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 fmmmmW  llmtmm.       .  \lUUmU.M.C.  Uttmb  VOL. VU.  NO. 4.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1914.���8 PAGES  $ 1.50 Per Annum  Tomeis en Yorkshire Coast  Scarborough, Hartlepool, Kedcnr, and Whiiby Shelled - Much  j Damage Done and Lives I oat  ttmmWm%m%WM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  COLD WEATHER ON THE FIRING LINE  Tht last (tw weeks have witnessed piercing oold weather along the firing  line in Belgium and northern Franoe. The suffering among tbe soldiers bas  been intense, etpeoially among the Indian and Turcos troops. The hardy  Belgians, however, merely wrap themselves up in their army blankets as  ahown in tha pioturt and maron along aa usual.  Petllion Against Reducing Hotel Licences  Temperance Bodies Wait on  Council ~ No Money Left  tor Relief Work  iha knowledge that local hotelt,wtre  agitating lor a nsiucuin oi liuauaea  in ooatmiiianim ol tne last toey were  tuuerug Bom tne general atvreeuou,  ana wat toe oouutu welt suwutwi to  havt vm matter unoer oonaiOeratton,  hat orougui lortn tne not unexueoiati  oppotiuon ol ine looal tamperaueu  bottiet, ana at last irwlay miirinng t  meeunn oi tne eity oounou, Oaepui*-  tiont were pretent irom tnt looal  lodge ol Viood lamidara and alto irom  tne aaioWna uranoa oi tne W.o.l.u.,  who tuanuoutiy opiJosea any nuuu-  tian oamg anowtd,  ine IjooO lempiart, who were represented by Jtetaus. Ueo. Hi. ibompton  and W. a. tuner auunutted the following petition, signed oy tome 41  oiuotrt and mempeft ol lhe lodge:  "Hour northip and Geaiiemen,  "Wt, tht undertigneu petitioners,  having noted that letter*, have been  reoeived by your oounoil irom tha pro-  pritiort ol two oi the boteit in the  oity, asking that tht amount payable  (or lioenoe to tall intoxioatina. liquors  bt rtduotd, rttpeotfully beg to rtqueit  that you. will not aooade to tuoh application.  "Wt art fully oonvinotd that wa are  voicing the.jtntiment ol a vary great  majority oi tax payert ol tha oity  inoluding thoae who may ia i ���different  to tht tetnperauoe oaute, whan we  ttatt that tha lioenoe chargea for telling intoxicating liquors are certainty  not too high, particularly when it it  considered what very high profita have  bttn made in the laat lew yean in  thit bututtt amongst thit community  and tnat an enormous peroentage of  profit it ttill made from tha aotual  salt of intoxicants.  "II owing to tht pretent tcaroity ol  money, felt to atriouBiy throughout  tht province, the liquor ttUtrt art  finding it neoetsary to rtoonttruot  their businesses, ourtailing all wattt-  ful expenditure, and finding difficulty  in making tha butinttt pay, thty are  only sharing tha experience whieh it  uclortunatelv common to almoat every  other business houtt in tht oity, an  experience whioh wt alto know, us far  aa retrenchment is oonotrned it even  shared bv the citv oounoil.  "Wt let! confident that all ditinter-  etted partita in thit oity will feel  ttrongly that should it be necessary  for the corporation to make any further laoriKoea by reducing any taxee,  or lioenies payable bv anv Particular  elats of tht community, tha olaat Itatt  requiring, and least entitled to tuoh  eacrilloe it that holding licenoet to  tell intoxicating liquors."  Both Hr. Thompson tad Mr. Fuller  moke in favor' of tht petition, while  the viewt of the W.C.T.U., ware voiced by Nn. Swordfager an I Mrs. Fletcher. The Revs. A. Dunn and J. 0.  Bwitier were also present and spoke  briefly.  Tht mavor informed tht delegation  that aa ret no notion to introduce tht  hv-laws whioh would be neoeatary before anv reduction nf hotel licenoet  eonld be made had been taken bv the  oounoil. He nromited that la the  event of anv tuoh stuns being taken  tht arrrumente whloh had been advenr-  m\ Wef mm mmagmms w9QM wmsym. roll  consideration upon whioh assurance tke  delegation witndrew.  ihe secretary ol the Kalowna Fire  Brigade wrote asamg that the council  wouid, il possioie tee to it that tht  sound ol the tire siren wat increased,  it having been on several occasions  lately ao laint aa to be scarcely heard.  A further communication waa also  read irom the Hire Briaraae reooiu-  mending the appointment of .lames  1'aiierson as driver of the new auto  truck and caretaker of tht Fin Hail  at a monthly saiary oi sixty-five dollar!. A resolution wat passed eon-  urmJIg the appointment.  Alderman Copeland reported that  Mr. A. in MoMaughton had lanes a  survey oi the proposed drain lor the  atought in the north -ward, and had  found that it would cost oontidaraote  monty to do thit work wnieh had been  suggeeted at a means ot providing relict employment, aa it would bt neoessary to lue the lull .engih oi the drain.  Ja'or thu reason tha oommittee had decided not to have thit work done at  pretest.  Alderman Duggan said the Parks  oommittee had provided a oertain  amount of relief work by having the  mouth of Mill Creek cleared oi land.  Tha foreman bad estimated that this  work would bt completed in a weak or  ten dayB.  Alderman Copeland asked what atep.<  had Been taken to provide further relief work, and thit raised a general  disoutsion at to how the situation  oould be met,  Alderman Sutherland warned the  oounoil that tbe only possible meant  of continuing the work was by publio  subscription, as the oounoil had absolutely no money to pav for it.  Alderman Adams reported that tho  machinery comprising the new unit  for the power house had arrived, and  that work had been commenced on the  unloading of the car. Arrangements  had been made whereby a few of the  strongest man who were working on  Mill Creek would be given a job unloading thit machinery. Owing to the  work being a little more hazardous  than ordinary labor, the Light and  Water oommittee had decided to pa'  twenty oentt an hour for tame. Any  tkilltd labor necessary during the installation of the 'machinery would be  paid for at tbe rate of thirty oentt  per hour.  The following accounts were patted  for navment:  A.   R.  Webster, offioe repairs  .   $1.98  Oxford Grill, prisoners' meals .      .75  Geo. Cox. eleotrio work         8.90  K. Schmidt, eleotrio work      1.50  W. A. Newton, eleotrio work ���    9.40  J. Simonds, eleotrio work      4.90  W. Tindley. eleotrio work      1.50  D. MoMillan. cemetery work . .   11.90  D. MoMillan, dialing gravel ...   15.00  G. Balsillie. dlgirin? crave      8.00  G, H. Dunn, petty cash    34.35  C.P.R.. freieht      4.80  G. Bakiltio, park work      8.10  For the first time in modern history, English towns have suffered from  the attack of a foreign enemy. A German Bquadron, the size of which it not  known, crept upon the northeatt coast  of England yesterday during the darkness of a misty night. When the iv ���  cleared between 7 and 9 o'olock, the  vessels of this squadron opened lire  on the towns of Scarborough. Whitby  and Hartlepool. Britith flotilla! are  engaging thete invaders of British  waters, and the fortreat at West Hartlepool, off tbe mouth of tne River  Tops, fired upon the enemy.  The official reports do not set forth  the number of thc attaokine foreet,  nor do they sa.V whether the seaooast  towns wore fired unon simultaneously  or' one after another.  Scarborough is wholly unfortified,  except lor a small battery whioh it  nouularlv believed to be obsolete.  Whitbv is also un oa-tafied. and Hart c-  pool has on y ' a small fort at the  mouth of the river Tees, but it it a  largo shinuing centre and therefore  tempting to an invading fleet.        i  The ruined castle on the oliff 500  feet above the sea, together with the  crand hotel and the tower of the munioipal amusement hall, make Soar-  aval-ouch an eaflv target. One report  says the old oattle was shelled.  A despatch from Soarborouarh, missed by the London censors, .says that  eighteen people were killed at Soar-  borough by the bombardment of the  German warships. In one house four  persons wero killed outright and in  another house three were killed by  hunting shells.  Forty-seven persons are reported to  have been killed nt Hartleoool and  k number injured. The bombardment  of Hartlepool lasted for twenty-five  minutes. The several vessels which  took part in the operation are estimated at from two to six but never  were they clearly -visible from the  shore.  . The outpouring civilians from Scarborough as the bombardment arot under wav. arave that port temporarily  the pnncaran.ee of some BoUuan. town.  Tho streets were crowded with hurrying thra n -s. cri'J <lo arad with vehicle.  ��,l all descriptions movin" out of the  dancer za n?. The bluest crowd went  to the rai way Btation. and tho first  train cair anl a a��ra*at otimber of women and children without ba'-^a^e. As  the residents of the east ooast o[  Enplnnd have been keenly alive, ever  since thc war beamn. to dana-cr of a  raid, many of them nut into operation plans formed lotg in advance for  their personal safety in case of a German attack.  At loast one person was Villed and  several wounded in the bombardment  of Whitby. A number of houpea were  demolished and the historic abbey  whioh stands on the sito ol the Abbe,  of St. Hilda wee partly destroyed.  Kesssttecmcecf  Help the Children to Have a Happy Christmas  Benevolent Society Arranging to Distribute Good Cheer  ^m      to Distressed Families  Laat Christmas the people of Kelowna responded in suoh a area-  erout way, in aiding the benevolont Society to give tho poor ohildren ol our oity something ita the way of dainties to brighten this  feativt time, that we an now mukini? another appeal. This year  the number of ohildren dependent ,; such kindness it much ~'--t<r  and the need it ol a atore aubstunual nature. Donations of fruit, '  fowl, meat, puddinga, nip. cako. candy and other Xmas dainties will  be gratefully reoeived. It was not considered advisable to sucgest  tovs, but should anv one wish to contribute in that way we will be  glad to distribute them. As the Society has arranged to pack the  hampers on Wednesday December 23rd wo would a.k that contributions bt left at Mra. Rowoliffe's not later than Tuesday, Dec. 22nd.  WwWC8C*jCWjbow?I'05wC6I9^  BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S  SOCIETY  SHORT SESSION OF LEGISLATURE  That boys ol eight and ten years of  age had been seen drinking ihe dregs  j of whiskey bottles in the park was tho  . statement made at the meeting of tlio  Baptist   Young People't Sooiety    on  j Monday night, It was temperance  evan.ng, and the meeting was in charge  i oi Mn. Swerdfager. Misa Ports read  a most interesting and instructive paper on hor experiences at a nurte in  connections with the evils oi intemperance, and gave her hearers an insit'ht  into the tad toenet witnessed in hospital wards, by nurses who had to deal  with all kinds of horrible diseases  whioh are aggravated bv indulgence in  drink to any extent. Mr. S. Weeks  tang "Have Courage to Sav No," and  Louie Evans gave a reading, "The  Echo." An interesting disoutsion  took plaoe on temperanoe mat/ten during the course of whioh it wat etated  the men left whiskey bottiet lyinp  around in the park anl boys drunk  the dregs of them. The gentleman  who made thit statement said he hnd  oolleoted the bottiet and put thorn  where boys could not get them. On  Monday,    December, 18th, Mr. Evans  ' will givo an addresB on hit experiences  as a missionary in Spain.  A strike at the Sydney dockyards  delayed the departure of Sir tj'rnpst  Shackelton'a Antarctic shin Aurora.  It it likely the will not leave till  next year. Shaokelton, with a section  of the expedition, left Buenos Ayres  on October 38.  A store det otive, who taw a four-  vear-old boy drop a tov horse and  tin wagon from under hit coat at ht  toddled out of a South Chicago department store, followed the child to  an abandoned barn, captured two  boyt, one IS and" tha other 14 vtan  of ace. and recovered mora t*1" tlOOO  worth of coodt    stolen fram    South  lis a, - * "  \mmmmo rtaatawt.  Mitt K. E. Watson, of the school  staff recently handed her reai-n.ition  to the tohool trustees.  Sohool doses tomorrow for the two  weeks Christmas vacation, the cloBin *  oxereites takinc place tomorrow morning. The sohoole will reopon on .Ian  uary 4th. ,  The marriage took place Tuesday at  St. Michael's churoh of Mr. J. Charl-  : ton ol Rutland, to Miss Ada Cox, late  i lv    ol   Birmingham.    The   ceremony  whioh was performed by the Rev.  , Thos. Creena was attended bv a larce  number of friends. The happy oounle  , left the following morning for Jaok'B  ,old homo in Toronto, where 'hey will  spend the winter.  Mrs. D. D. Campbell was the lucl-  winner of the 17-iewel Recint watoh  whioh wat offered bv Mr. J. B. Know-  les in hit annual gurasinc ccntcst.  the watoh actually rait 31 hours, 10  minutes and 4 seconds. Mrs. Oamn-  hell's iniess waa nearest 31 hours. 10  minutes. 10 seconds. John It. Roiwln  Suit misted the nriee hv 10 seconds,  hit cuesa beinc 34 houn. 10 minutes.  The entrVet for the oonteat were the  kVmmfm,  In an interview with tho premier  an intimation was made that the  forthcoming- session of the legislature, which opens on January 21, will  be a short one. The expectation  that a period of three weeks will  suffice in which to transact the necessary publio business and that then  will be an absence of contentious legislation.  '"lho crisis due to the war," said  Sir Richard, "Obviously makee it  impossible for the various governments, federal and provincial, at  thia time to do much more than mark  time until tbe task to which the  British empire has Bet itself��� that of  ilefeating the enemy��� has been accomplished. Every effort is to  directed towards the main object  view.  "The lituation being entirely  precedentod and abnormal, it would  be futile to attempt at thia time to  plaoe upon the statute books of the  province legislative measures which  could onlv receive proper consideration during a period free from the  turmoil of war. The covcrnmont nro-  cram for the session will, therefore be  very light. I anticipate that the  house will not require to sit for mon  than three weeks. Beyond the measure providing for authority for a  moratorium and the redistribution  bill, there will be little legislation  which should long occu,,y the time  of the members."  HOW THE BRITISH FIGHT IN THE TRENCHES  A typical British firing line. 'This picture was taken in Belgium when the  British fora:es und the Belgians were defending themselves against the attacks of the Germans. The two men nearest the camera are operating one  of the tnachino guns which have proved to be so successful in close fighting.  Will Endeavor to  Lift Heavy Debt  Agricultural Assn. Discuss Finances at Annual Meeting  be  xi n-  DOMINION TRUST CO.'S AFFAIRS  After a month devoted to an exam*  .nation of the affairs of the Dominion  Trust Company. Mr. C. R. Drayton,  nrflvinoia, liquidator has ��������*���-. - preliminary report, whioh has been filed  in the supreme court registry. This  interesting document is the first official statement of the affairs of the  company since liquidation waa forced  following the traffic death of t.io menacing director, Mr. W. H, Arnold, on  last Thanksgiving dav.  Tho report discloses the story of the  moat remarkable financial crash in the  history of the Dominion of    Canada.  The liquidator estimates that the  liabilities stand at about three millions. To nav these there may be.  with careful mnnatrement, a bare mil-  linn dollars available, in"l.u,in<- the  ���niarter million dollar bonds donntuted  with the provincial **ovemm<>nt, which  however, can not be colleH*-d rithnut  tedious lawsuits    against the bond'n  J hut a vigorous uud united effort be  tnaue Oy tbe director! auU uiuinuurt) oi  mo AKnouiiuiui utiauuiuuun io reuuuu  ine iii:uvy lmuucim oiutu-n wmch now  pix-stttti upon una o-uuuuuuuu was  tna u.tt-.nuii. 'ion I'l'ir..-** nt, iKr t!  present at Uiu annua, uuueiul inuutiitt-  wnii.li wus henl lust jUonuay a-ieLnuon  in Kayiuer a hail, una uiiuii^cin. iiis  were uiuile lor u cum.miyn to boucii  tbe aid of all tbe farmers of tbe dis  triei. it was felt that n each' one  could be prevaUed upon to do a little  to help an association in which tbe  interests of tbe agricultural community were particularly buund up, the  outstanding liabilities oi about $3,000  resulting Ironi tbe erection of thu new  building, and loss upon the recent fall  fair, could easily be wiped ou and the  whole concern once more placed upon  its leet to offrry un tuo good work.  Tbe reading of tbe hnaneial statement which is reproduced in lull on  another pugc, revealed tno unp.eusuni,  faot, thut the lull lair, although sue*  cet>dtul in evory other wuy had resulted in a loss of t$o5tf.u'8. This was  uceounted for in the first place bv the  drop in tbo gate receipt*, which were  $7tit> less than in 1013, a ditleronco not  altogether due to smaller attendance,  but to a reduction in the charge for  admission to the grand stund. Tbe  attendance, indeed especially on the  second day of the sports, had probably been higher than any previous  year. Tbo Bale of members' tickets,  bad brought in 9170 less thun last  year* and in addition there had been  some substantial increases made in the  prizes offered for live stock, 'this bail  boen done witb a desiro to encourage  that class of exhibits, and it wu.i  pointed out that as a result of this]  policy Kelowna's stook parade had ad- j  vanced to a leading place in the vul-'  ley.  The president, Mr. P. It. K. DeHart,  said that although owing to present  conditions tha fair had come out a  little behind financially yet ho did not  think there was anyone who would  regret its being held. It hud been, I  generally spenkint*. very sucoussful,!  and had demonstrated to outsiders;  that we in Kelowna could koep our  fair going in spite of adverse condi-l  tions. It had been the second largest]  in the province thia year and, ode of'  the few which had been hold, lie believed if it had only been for the sake  of having the President and Dean of  British Columbia's now university pre-'  sent, ami showing to them what tin.  Kelowna district could nroduce in the  wav of fruit and vegetables it had  been worth while. The advertisinirj  value of holding a successful fair under,  such conditions had been added to  not a littlo by tho fact that not lessj  than 1000 feet of moving nicturo film  had been taken of the fair and scenes  in the district and thia had been exhibited in Vancouver and was now  on the regular circuit and would be  Bhown all over the world.  Coming back to tho financial aspect  of the fair, Mr. DeHart said that had  th.' ;?mvc receipts came un to those of  last vear thoro would have been a profit of about *2M or oven as thev were  if they had not hnd the hcavv navment to malo* on the new buildin"  they would still have been aboui $140  ahead.  ine various detain) of the statement  were discussed at some lengtn, criticism being levelled irom some quarters  uuaiUaL tne amount e-vpeuued in prizes  ior tne "ituunu-up' sports. This ex-  peuUHuru, however* was stoutly Ue-  leuuud uy Air. Ueilart who compared  tbo interior sports und poor aUeud-  uucu ol previous years with the m-  Liiusiasm wuicn hau oeon aroused on  tne U.6L two occasions,  the most serious problem caused by  the deiicit in tbe linunoes was the fact  tnat u large amount of the prize  money rumumed still unpaid, and it  was to overcome this diuiouity that  ways und means were discussed of  making a strong appeai ior support.  Otitmul oi tbe prize linnets, it., was  stated hud already generously offered  to donate the amount to the association towards the reduction of tne deui  and during the meeting several spontaneous oners of this kind, some of  considerable amounts, were made. It  was decided to leave it to the directorate to npnoint a committee to undertake a caxelul personal canvass of  iho distriot for support, and a committee was also charged with tbe duty  of preparing a circular letter to be  mailed to all intere-itod in tbe welfare  of tbo association.  A suggestion was made by Mr. J.L.  Pridham that tbe city counoil be ap-  proucbed to deed over the grounds to  tho Association. Ue said that a few  vears ago tho council bad rescued the  association from debt by taking o.'er  the grounds. tSince then they had  spent considerable sums in improvements and had gone ahead with tho  erection of a new building and were  consequently back again in the same  position.  Tlio nomination for the new directors  for the year and a subsequent ballot  resulted in the following being appointed: Messrs. II. W. Kaymor, L.  Dilworth, J. 1.. Pridham, A. MoQuar-  rie, M. Hereron, 0, 0. lYovso, ft. A.  Copeland, J. Howes, R. S. Hall, W.E.  Scott, S, Lambly, C. C, Josselyn, A.  Cook und W. H. M. Calder.  Votex uf thanks were proposed to  the retiring directors, and also to the  retiring president, Mr. F. R. E. De-  Hart.  Mr. G, A. FisheB was anointed auditor for the members for another  year.  At a subsequent nuvi'n > of the directors, Mr. R. A. Copeland was unanimously elected president for the  ooming year with Mr. M. Hereron as  vice-pivsidont.  Mr. T. K. Cooper who was heartily  th an!* ed for the energetic and efficient  manner in which he had looked after  the business of the association durn ���  lhe past year. was. i.n.mimouslv urged  to n *sin accept the position of secretary, ne was unable to pive  a definite reolv, t>ut promised how-  over to act in the meant imc, and tne  n"t<ointmcnt was laid over to be dealt  with by a subsequent meetinc- of the  ilirwtors. Mr. R. E. Denison was appointed auditor for the directors,  Mr. C. F. Rush, of Glenmore had  the misfortune Inst Mondav evenin<** to  meet with a serious accident while  riding home along the Glenmore road.  Tho Rlipnery nature of the road caused his horse to fall suddenly. Mr. Rush  was thrown to the ground find sustained a fractured thigh. There waa  no one about at the tbno ind the  LnjuVsd man lav in the road for nearly three hours before he wan discovered by Mrs. Rush who came to Bret  him. Ho waB quickly removed to the  hospital where ho lies at present. fet-l-a-ilim II  PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA   RECORD  THTJBSDAY, DECKMBEK 17, 19  KELOIbZNH RECORD  Published every Thuraday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  'u$��j  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  (0    per   your;    7fic,.    nix    months.   United  tun 50 ivr.i.- additional.  All ..uuHtTipUons payable in ailvunco  ADVERTISING  RATES  l.i (DOE  NOTICES.   l-ROKESSl.ONAL  CARPS.  ETC.. 25 cents mi   culuinn ttieli ixv week.  LAND ANU TIMBER NOTIOBS-80 duve. *5-  00 days 87.  WATER NOTICES���8U tor live insertion!.  LEGAL ADVEBTlSlNG-Fiwt   insertion,   12  cents per line; eaoh  xubsequent  insertion, H  Oeatl per line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cent*  per word    first  insertion,   1   cent  per word  end. tiubBOquent insertion.    *  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS-Two   inches  and under, 50 cents Ret inch first insertion  over two indies 40 cents per inch first   in  si-rtion:   20 cents  per  inch each nubt.eqi.eul  inaertion.  AU cbamci-s in contruct advertisements must  bo iu tho bunds of tbo printer by Tuesduv  evening  to   onsure    publication   iu    the   niuct  German's Supreme  Effort Has Past  Writing a Bhort time ugo Col. H. N.  Uaude, C. B.f gave somo oucour.iging  statistics to tho pessimists who feared  a (iorraan invasion of Knglund, or who  believed tho wild tales about (..irmany  having a great number nf poked  Hoops in reserve for the purpose of a  final and successful ussuult upon tho  Allies' lines in Flanders. Ilo showed  conclusively that already Germany had  put hor best fighting men into the  hat tie line, and that by no possibility could tho lines of the  Allies bo subjected to such fierce attacks in future as they successfully repulsed in October. In other words  Germany has shot her bolt; sho has  mado hor extreme effort and unless we  are to assume that her enemies have  been correspondingly weakened in their  powers of resistance there is not tho  slightest ground for any feeling of  uneasiness. In fact, thoro is reason to  believe that the crisis has been pr.ssed,  and thai however desperate and  bloody may be lho fighting before the  end of tho war is roached, the tide has  blready turned, nnd nothing but a  miracle can save tho German armies  from utter destruction or unconditional surrender.  That the Allies have not boen correspondingly weakened is plain enough.  Leaving nut of account the Belgian  army, which is growing smaller   oaoh  oa>, uut is each day uccoui.ug more  dangerous un uccouut oi tho lessons  that the war has taught, Ine laot  mains thut up to tho present timo  France bus uul put more than hull oi  her trained men ui the lipid. Ltuioicui  ly as tho lirttish contingent is figr-ving  tno truth js ihut u is out an uttvunos  guard, in lour mouths thoro will in  another million trained British sol  diers at lho front, and uoothur mil  Hon wiil bu training, lhe reserves ot  the Allios have hardly Uoen called upon, and as lar as Kussia is concerned  her resources in men ut'u practically  unlinulod. li thu war should lutsl ior  ton years, at tho end ot that time thu  British, i'luuch and iCussmns would  have under arms lur more uiuu thuu  thoy have at present. As wo all know  the German military calculations wero  bused on a short war. Already she  has lost mote men limn any other nation ever lost in lho longest war. livery day that passes soes hor lurlhor  irom hor goal.  As ('ol. ..Uaude says, linrnian statistics aro not secret. The total population of Licrmany iu round uuuihcrs is  ua.OUU.UUO, of which almost exactly  half are males. Of the 84,000^000 male  inhabitants 17,UDU,UU0 aro either leas  than 18 years old or moro than 7U,  leaving 17,0uu,U0O of ago to boar arms.  From this number again must bo deducted the criminals, tho muined, the  blind, tho insane and others who are  negligible as combatants. At tho outbreak of tho war tho most sanguine  estimate of fighting men between the  agos of 20 and 4fi trained to boar arms  by service with the colors was 4,800,-  000. Thero remained a similar number of trained men above tho age of  ���15. At least 1,000,000 of tho immediately available fighting force would  bo needed to work tho railways, tho  arsenals, the dockyards, the equip*  ment factories and other industries  that are as important tp tho empire  | as soldiers of the line.  It is estimated, therefore, that    tho  i number that went to the front as fast  ' as trains would carry them was 2,600*  ! 000, of which four-fifths wont to Bel-  glum  and   Franco, only 500,000 < << n  ' to oppose the   Russian advance, for at  l that  time a good deal of reliance was  I placed upon Austria.    This would leave  j about   1,000,000 trained men less than  i 15 years old in Germany about the end  of the first month of war.    This   mil-  1 lion would be formed into units to replace lhe wastage of war and into the  ��� new     reserve  for   the  eastern  frontier,  and when it  wns absorbed Germany's  resources    of trained    men under    45  would   be   exhausted.    That   it   was  exhausted  some time in  September    is  clear from  lhe  fact   that before October the    l.andslurm formation    began  to   appear in Belgium,    composed of  men under 20 nnd over  15.     To   suppose tnat  Germany would    send these  untrained,    overtrained     or immature  troops to the front if she had belter  material is absurd.   An official British  dispatch  (ells  of  the bravery    nf    the  Gorman   lads who     faced tho British.  ,,  NO B *  rJ ALUMS O  BAKIH&POWDER  but thoy wore mowed down in heaps  and cannot be e.vpected to have the  fighting powers of grown men.  War's wastage is not to be calculated so precisely, but Colonel Maude  says that he docs not believe that in  killed, wounded and prisoners, Germany cotil d havo lost fewer than i,-  500,000 men up to tho beginning of  -November. Since then there has boen  much desperate and costly fight ir-  but if wo assume that oven up to the  present timo the German losses on  both frontiers havo boen no more than  ho estimates at the beginning of November, and if wo recognize tho fact  which he lays emphasis upon, that  battlefield losses aro the least in BUC-h  campaigns as wo havo boon witnessing  and the s'lcknoss and exhaustion sup-  nly an equal number, four of the remaining five millions of Germany's  available men havo been sent to the  front, or will shortly bo sent there.  This leaves a bare 1,000,000 in reserve  in addition t<> the 3,000,000 men which  it is estimated are fight in? on both  frontiers. Kour-fiftbs of Germany's  resources in mon havo already boon  squandered. France holds one-half of  her strength in reserve. Neither Britain nor Russia has put more than one-  tenth of her available men on lhe firing line. Wind end can there be but  one: nnd how is it possible to believe  thnt the war will last for another  voar?���'Mail and [Umpire.  Auction Sale  At Stockwell's Auction Rooms  Saturday, Dec, 19  At 2 o'clock p.m.  I Brass Bed, springs; Uestniore mattress, Pillows, I pair Wool Blankets,  '.\ Cushions. Mahogany Dresser, Singer  Sewing Machine. Oak Hooker, china  Cabinet, Morris Chair, Ladies' Mahog-  ony Work and Card Table, Baby Bui--  "V. I glass top Baking Table, Glassware, chimt. Books, Cooking Utensils  Tools. Piotures, Bugs. Brass Curtain  Rin---\ Wash Boiler. Tubs and Clothes  Wringer, and many other articles.  One  I-year-old    cow, now    mill h  three-quarter Jersey.  One pair horses, youncr and ��-ood  ones, weiirhing about 2000, one set  work harness, work wagon.  Giving Up  Business  ]V/[Y-compI<;te stock, consisting  1V'1 of Millinery, Hat��,T"iim-  miiiRS, Feathers, Flowers, Fancy  Work, Ribbons, etc., tlic latstt  creationsand confections of New  York and Paris, valued at $4000  wiil be sacrificed for Cash regardless of cost.  This is a Genuine Sale, at I  mn GIVING UP BUSINESS, and  lhe slock must be told.  The following it a tample of  (lie Bargain Piicesr  UNTRIMMED SHAPES, $2.50  lo$3.00reduc<d to 50c  TRIMMED    HATS,   $5.00  to  $7.50. reduced to $2.50  $8 to $10, reduced to $4.50  $12 to $15, reduced to $8.50  Mrs. D. H. Rattenbury  (nee Miss Hartin)  MAIL       CONTRACT  TERMS CASH  .1.  ('.   STI'CKWKl.T,  Auctioneer  Sealed 'lenders, addressed to ths  l'ostmuster General, will bo received  at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the  15th alanuary, 1915, for the conveyance ot His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract (or four years, three  liniaw per week ovor praanawd Kelowna  Hural Route No. 1 from the Postmaster General's plenBuro.  Printed malices containing further information ai la, oondKions of nrnnnsed  oontraot may bo seen nnd blank lorms  atf tondet mav bo obtained nt iho Post  Offices aaf Kelowna and at the ofBoe ol  lho l\>-*t nflia'aa Insiieotor.  JOHN II. GREENFIELD  Post Office Inspector.  Post OITico Inspector's Office  Vancouver, B. C.  4th December, 1914. 3-6  Are You Taking Advantage of the  Cash Discount  at OXLEY'S?  IF NOT,-WHY NOT?  Just take a look at these pricesthenact  quickly by 'phoning us your orders!  Cash Special Prices for December  Choice Seeded Raisins, 16-oz....  4 for 45c. nett  Choice Currants, 16-oz  4 fof 54c. nett  New Mixed Peel  2 lbs. for 45c. nett  Best Creamery Butter 36c. lb. nettl  icing Sugar 4 lbs. for 45c. nett  These are only a few of the prices, and remember j  We Give 10 per ct. Cash Discount]  on everything except Sugar and Flour.  Phone us your orders  THE STQREOFPLENp/  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  5 per cent. Discount on Monthly Accounts  Special Stock-Reducing Sale for Cash Only  Gifts for the Young Pople  Fathers and mothers: before going further  look over this list of Christmas Gifts. The boys  and girls want lots of things and we have the kind  they like���good, strong sensible Toys, and useful  Presents, too.  Dolls  Go-Cartt  Shoo Fliet  Rocking Hone  Chairs and Rockers  Decorations  Roily-Polys  Creeping Thingt  Topt  Whittle!  Toy Watchet  Iron Fire Enginet  Iron Hook and Ladder  Iron Carta  Iron Automobiles  Mechanical Coon Jiggers  Climbing Monkey  Zig-Zag  Trick Dogt  Birds-wing Flapping  Toy Stoves  Toy Sad Irons  Iron Banks  Hand Sleighs  Express Wagons  Pocket Knives  Skates (hockey)  Hockey Sticks  Set ol Tools  And many other articles  of equal interest to the  Young People.  Here is the main  feature :   All  these goods are displayed on our Bargain Counters  priced away down. You will be surprised how far  your Xmas money will go at this sale. Come early.  make your selections, and we will make delivery  whenever you say.  Interesting  Window Specials  Solid oak Rocker, imt. Spanish leather  Regular value, $11.50 Sale price $7.75  Mahogany Rockers; fancy, silk covered seats  Regular value, $9.50 Sale price <tA QQ  Solid oak Rocker, roll seat, very comfortable  Regular valve, $7.75 Sale price *5 00  Folding card Tables, clearing at <fe.d 5 0  Mahogany jardiniere Stands  Regular value $3,00 Sale price $2.00  Oak Jardiniere Stands  Regular value, $3.75 Sale price <k9 75  Mahogany Centre Table  Regular value, $3.25 Sale price {��9 ?5  7 x 10-6 Brussels Square special  Regular value, $11.50 Sale price $7 50  Ladie's Secretary.    Fumed oak and side lights  Regular value, $30.00 Sale price... $2 | .00  Carpet sweeper, cheap at <fc2 00  The store will remain open every night next week  until 8 o'clock  Suitable Gifts for the Home  Here are a few suggestions.:  Table Cutlery  Community   Silver  and  1847  Rodgert, nicely  arranged in fancy cate  Carvert,   per   tet   from  $1.75 up  Safety Razors  Lather Brushes  Electric Iront  Bistellt Carpet Sweepers  O'Cedar Mops 6t Polish  Vates  Fancy Lamps  Embroidery Sett  Manicure Sets  Nut Crack and Picks  Fiuit Sets  Something for everybody  suitable and useful.  ���e  f  'tm  O&il  rS  Special Delivery will be made on Christmas Eve.    Buy Now and tLeave it to US  DALGLEISH & HARDING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGSfOT  KELOWNAg tgCLUSIVE  SHOE STORE  Shoes for the Whole Family  We are showing an exceptionally good selection of  FELT SLIPPERS  this week.    Warm, comfortable and attractive, and  make a useful and acceptable Christmas Present  10 per cent. Discount on all Purchases  during month of December  W.F. Muirhead & Co.  SAND FOR SALE  50 per cent. Discount  From now until Christinas will be given on all Dolls and Toys,  Several linet of Chrittmat Crackert  and  Stockingi.     We  are  potitively not going to carry any  of thete linet  over till   next  Chrittmat, so now it your chance of making your  Dollars and Cents go Twice as Far  at they otherwite would,  1 hit Stock it Limited and it will pay you to look it over at toon  at you can.  Free  Free  WITH EVERY 2Sc.  PURCHASE  You get a Free Chance on  The Giant 5ft. Christmas Stocking  and other prizes that we are giving away.  To Save Money and to make the Kiddies Happy  GO TO  Alsgard's  The Confectionery  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE   .   104  BIG DISCOUNT  SALE  of Xmas Stockings. Novelties  Dolls, Toys & Bon-Bons.Etc.  I  Approves of tie  Creamery Project  Editor Kelowna Becord.  Dear Kir,���1 read witb interest in the  laat issue of your paper 'that there is  a liketihood ot a oreamery oeosg established at Helowna. Ho step 1 believe  could be taken-by the farmors ot the  distriot which would contribute mora;  to thoir continued success and prosperity than this.  Ao matter whero you are, mixed  farin,n�� is the only Bate and sane method to follow. The wheat grower on  the prairie has found thit out and is  now aroveining himBelf accordingly, and  in every fanning community, no matter whut the specialty at pretent muv  be, the tame course will have to be  adopted sooner or later, and the sooner the better, if lusting prosperity is  to be assured.  In a trip this fall through the great  stretch of agricultural Oountry lying  between the mouth of the Fraser .River and Chilliwaek. I wat muoh surprised to find to what an extent the  dairying industry had taken hold  there. In the Chilliwaok dittriot es-1  peoially, the whole country apoears to'  be cut up into small farms, generally  from 20 to 30 acres in size, although  of course some are larger, and every,  man appears to keep as many - oows  as he possibly can. Many in faot keep j  more than they can feed, and find it  necessary to rent tome land adjaoent  to their own if possible, to provide for  winter feed.  Milk cans are seen everywhere, at  every station, on all the roads and at  every farm house. A farmer there considers his dairy herd to be hit prinoi-  "il asset and sure revenue producer,  and generally, an evidence of nrosper-  ity is apparent in   all thete dairyin  districts.  On some of the larger farms big  orops of potatoes and oatt are also  grown, and small orchards are scattered all over the country, the Older trets  of which are usually very badly in  need of pruning. In tome of the better orchards, good clean looking frui  was seen on the trees, but at there is  ut present no selling organization of  any kind in the Fraser Valley, formers  say that fruit growing does not pay,  aB the expenses of packing, shipping  and commission leaves little or nothing for tho produoer. A grower of  good fruit at Langley taid that his  prunes, which were first class quality,  and well packed, only netted him 7  cents a crate in Vanoouver.  On a large ranoh near Ladner ia  Delta municipality, a fine crop of  pears wus being pulled and snipped j  out in boxes branded with the name  of a well known Kelowna packing  house, j  If farmers in tiie Fraser Valley find  that dairying pays, as I believe they  do, I see no reasan why, if there is  a sufficient number of cows available,  that Kolowna farmers will not also  havo equal, if not better results at the  price of dairy products at the coast  Ib I think lower than in the Okanagan,  rood milk, pasteurized and bottled be-  inar dolivered here retail at 10 oents a  quart.  New Zealand butter is also va-ryi  much in evidence, and apparently thero  will be a good market lor tbe homemade produot in B. C, for many years  to come.  Wishing the proposed Kelowna  creamery overv success, I am.  Yours truly, ,  T. JIENWIOK.  Kerrisdale, Vancouver.   >  Christmas Day will come on the  25th, and that's next Friday! Consult our ad. columns; the stores are  making a worthy effort for you.  Kelowna Agricultural and Horticultural Association  Statement-of Assets and Liabilities as at December 10, 1914  ASSETS  Sundry debtors for 1914  $   06.65  Sundry debtors for 1913  106.10  Insurance unexpired, reserve,  36.67  Buildings and Improvements, as per certificate of appraiser, W. 11.  Raymer   9400.00  Cash on hand ... .. 41.60  $9,671.02  LIABILITIES  Members' fees for 1915 retained  $ 195.00  Royal Bank of Canada, loan .'  1,250.00  Sundry Creditors accounts of 1913 ; 379.58  Sundry Creditors accounts of 1914  495.03  Unpaid prizes of 1913  129.30  Unpaid prizes of 1914  882.90  Overdraft, Boyal Bank after allowing for outstanding cheques .. .. 28.22  Surplus, or Capital Account  6,310.90  $9,671.02  Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for year onding December 10, 1914.  RECEIPTS  Cash forward from 1913  $   67.20  Ualanoe forward from Bank of Montreal, 1913 account  .43  1913 New Westminster prize cheques cashed '  91.75  Loans from Boyal Bank     2090.00  Overdraft with Boyal Bank, after allowing for outstanding ohetques 28.22  Gate receipts May 34th, raoes  399.00  Grand Stand, receipts, Mavi24th  78.00  Subscriptions, May 24th  211.25  Entrance foes to races, May 24th  65.00  Advertising accounts of 1913, paid  27.00  Government grant  700.00  Fall Fair, gat* receipts  610.85  Fall Fair, grand stand receipts  214.25  Entrance feet to raoes  105.50  Exhibits, entrance feet .. a      12.75  General subscriptions  45.00  Rental of exhibition building as   rink  144.00  Receipts from envelope advertisements  15.00  1914 Prize lists, advertisements    62.50  Membership tiokets sold   193.36  Members ticket   for 1915 paid in advance  2.50  $5,163.55  DISBUBSEMENTS  Advertising and printing   Interest f   Auditing, 1913    Police on grounds   Speoial prize, 1913, omitted in 1913 ttntoment  Paid on Bunk Loan   Sundry small accounts   May 24th, prizes   Exhibition sports, prizes   Work on grounds   Feed for exhibits, stock   Band    Insurance on buildings, $1600,00   .fudges expenses    Paid on buildings   Entry fee for Bports, cheque unpaid   Secretary's salary   Members feet, cheques unpaid   Paid for 1911 prizes   Cheque for booth privileges, 1913 unpaid   Balanoe of oash on hend    I   92.85  133.75  25.00  15.00  5.00  840.00  43.70  415.00  617.10  173.05  32.35  50.00  45.00  21.10  2,062.80  7.50  300.00  5.00  206.75  28.00  41.60  $5.163.5.'  Profit and Loss Statement for vear ending Decomber 10, 1914.  DR.  Rxponse accounts of 1913 not rendered before laBt statement  $   38.50  Expense account, 1914  1,04,7.50  Interest  133.75  Sports, prizet and expontes  939.10  Insuranos  18.33  Exhibit prizes   1,356.50  Bad debts, written off  49.00  $3,582.69  (JR.  Subscriptions  $ 313.85  Advertising in prize lists and envelopes   85.70  Government grant  700.00  Booth privileges  45.00  Gate reosipts  1.294.60  Rent of hall for rink purposes  180.00  Membership tees   404.85  Loss on 1914, oa/rltd to capital .Mount  558.68  $3,589.68  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  D  oors  Wind  ows  Shingl  es  Prices right       Delivery prompt  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We hav-j a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Soldby all  druggists iu  50c. * fi tiros.  Barb* rs give  Wc. atfiicalimns  .f Admit  ADONIS HED-RUB  ���is a most delightful hair dressing. Adonis will render the  hair soft and lustrous. It is an invigorating hair tonic for  men and women ; cooling and refreshing, and contains no  sediment or grease.  Muahdara. af tk SOVEUIGN PEtrUMES LUHTID. Tanae* Oat ie  I Want to Say  f that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goodt, we mean  EVERYTHING made of  Leather -including Harnett, Boots  '    and Shoes, Gripa, Leggingt, Beltt, ice.     ,  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  WATER STREET N ., ,     .  ���  ._ m. ���**  kelowna "txt door to "c s"e       Phone - 347  "I nil afrflaiHilar''���- i._.'^A. PtVQXSIX  KBI.OWNA   RECORD  THTJBSDAY, DECEMBEB 17, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (latcorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blaclc.mitlaing done.      Weighbridge.     Oata crushed.     Fence po.ts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, 6ac, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office:  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 ;   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Beigo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  A Few Reminders for  CHRISTMAS  Safety Razors Carpet Sweepers  Pen & Pocket Knives       Vac Sweepers  Scissors in Sets        Electric Irons  Skates Electric Toasters  Hockey Sticks Coffee Percolator  Rifles Self Basting Roast Pans  Flashlights O'Cedar Mops  Carving Sets Child's Sets, Etc.  \ a  A Full Line of Community Silver  Knives, Fork1-, Spoons, Berry Spoons,  Bouilleau Spoons, Gravy Ladles, Pie  Servers,   Meat   Forks,   Etc.,   Etc.  Phone 44  Phone 44  Ludlow's Meat Market  Moved to New Premises  We beg to announce that we have   moved  from Water Street into  Bernard   Avenue,  Oppoaite  /he Pott Office, having rented the Weal half of the  Kelowna Grocery Co.'s Store  The Grocery Butineit it ttill being continued by Mr.  W. J. Edwards in the East Half of the atom which it  large  enough  at  prethnt  for  both dur  needt.  See Our Windows this Week  Tailoring  R. Mathie, Pendozi Street,  has a choice selection of Gents'  Suits and Overcoats in latest styles  Sole agent for Semi-Ready Limited.  Stock offered at Special Sale Pricet for December.  Deride* the lowett cut prices a good fit it  guaranteed.  Oil and intpect.  (Stora opposite the Kelowna Furniturt Co., Pendoii Strett.)  Morrison-Thompson Hdwe. Co.,Ltd.  1  ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  1  Mr.   J.    Levin    lvturaed   t'uia week  from tbe coast.  ...  Mrs. A. Edwards will be at home on  Saturday afternoon   und every    third  Saturday.  ...  The local Baptist churoh is hew  thoroughly cleaned and kalBomined  this week.  ...  Mr. Harry Small a local member o!  tho li.M.It., who is stationod at Glacier is homo this    week of a leave of  absence.  ...  Mr. 1.1. D. Hire* spent last week onal  on �� huntine trip down the lako, returning Monday morning with a   line  deer.  ...  Tho Baptist choir members are asked to mako a note of the faot that the  usual Friday night praotice will be  hold at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mo-  Uregor, cornor Wolseley avenue and  Ethel streot at 7.45 sharp.  During the past weok skating has  been the favorite pastime of the young  people of the city. Large crowds find  thoir way both aitornoon and evenina,  to the various places where the ice  is good.  Services in tho Methodist church on  Sunday will be conducted by tho pastor. The morning theme will be:  "Star ond Missions" and the evening.  "Closing Life's Account.''  ...  W. Crawford & Co., are oontinuiii-  this week and until Christmas their  spooial discount sale on all iJiiristmas  presents and fanoy goods with lhe  exception of phonographs and records.  ...  A hockey gamo is in progress    this  afternoon at    Whitup's pond between  a    couple    teams    of players selected  from the   best material   ia the oity.  One of tne teams will represent     tho  Fire Brigade.  ...  The local customs office has reoeived  notification that during tht war personal gifts from members of tho Canadian overseas expeditionary fora'c to  relative! or friends in Canada may bo  entered freo of duty.  Following their usual custom the  Baptist choir will render lhe special  Christmas music on the .Sunday nearest Christmas day, December 2ith. All  members of tho choir aro requested to  make a note of tho special praotice on  I uesduy, Dec. 22 at 7.45 p.m.  ...  The local bonks will be closed all  day Saturday following Christmas  Day und also tho Saturday fallowing  >,ew Vears in compliance with an or-  der-in-counoil which hus deolured these  duys general public holidays.  ...  The death took place last Sunday at  Now Wostminster hospital at tbo ago  of 45, of Mrs. Louisa Mario Stiff, the  wife of C. E. Stiff 'of .Naramata. Mr.  and Mrs. Stiff were at one time residents of Kelowna, and the foiuer's  sad bereavement will be regretted by  many friends.  Mr. Frank Knupum hut this week  installed some interesting new machinery for boot repairing, which will enable him to handle his business in a  muoh more expeditious manner. The  machine is really a series of machines  driven by an electric motor, und provides the very latest appliances for  quickly performing all the finishing  operations necessary in soling or heeling boots.  ELLISON  SCHOOL BEPORT    FOB  NOVEMBEU  Pupils enrolled     a 28  Average attendance   24.1*2  Fourth 'louder.���Elizabeth ��� Conroy,  Lois iiomuth and F'rances Hereron,  equal, n'innifrod Lang.  Third Header.��� Annie Conroy and  Eunice Toother, equal, Ernost Homath.  Second Header.��� Agnes Conroy, Itar-  oy Goen, Lily Geen.  First Header.-Kobort Mclnnes.  First Primer.���Alike Booth, Stanley  'leather.  A MEUHY XMAS- (}UABA��1T1*KD  F. Stuart Wbylo's all ttar English  "Vertatilea" will be tut Chrittmat offering at the Kolowna Opera House  for both the afternoon and evening  performances. a.  On Chrittmat matinee they will repeat their former tuooett "Soottie in  .Tapan," while in the evening thoy will  offer an entire new program, never  bofore given here, oalled "Pierrot and  Pierrette."  The "Vtrsatilet" are on their way  to the coast after a highly successful  tour of wettorn Canada, Ontario and  a portion of tho north western atatet,  and although they had the entire valley to ohoott their Chrittmat date  from, Kelowna wat their favored oity.  Editor Kelowna Reoord,  Understanding that there it a number of people In the oity requiring fin  wood, who at thit time are unable to  nay for tame, wa with to state that  thore ia a considerable quantity of  fallen timber on our property in the  north end of Oltnmore, and upon application at our office we would gladly grant permission lor thtm 'o obtain a tupply.  CENTRAL OKANAOAN LA/JDS  W. 1. ABUTS, DUuiihiW-'  A big Christmas Party ia being ar-  a-unged for at the Methodist churoh  on the evening of Christmas Day. Music, games and refreshments will be  provided. Particularly intended to  give a happy evening to any strangers  or lonesome ones who may be in our  city on that day, but all ore welcome. Don't wait to be nersonuily invited, just go right in. "We sln��ll be  buppy if we make yo so." 7.i>0 p. m..  Christmas Day.  A very quiet wedding took plaoe last  Saturday in St. Michael and All  Angels Churoh when Mr. Chat. Thomas Jlubbard wus married to Mils ituth  Bedding, late of London, Rag. The  ceremony wus performed by the Rev.  ihos. Creone ond took plaoe in the  presence ol a few personal friends. Mr.  Ihaas. 1'itt aoted as best mini, also  giving the bride away. The oouple  left on Monday morning's boat for  Salmon Arm, where Mr. Hubbard will  take up a position with his old firm  I be Okanagan Telephone Co.  ...  Bankhead pond haB for many vears  been a favorite skating dIuco, but li -  fuct that in previous years it wat usually nobody's business to look after  tho ice, which consequently soon got  cut up and spoiled, detracted somewhat from its popularity. Thit year  Mr. L. E. Taylor hat taken the matter in hand and hat devised a plan  whereby not only will the ice be kept  in good condition and illuminated at  night, but those who can afford to  pay far a little pleasure will be contributing to help those who are in distressed circumstances. The idea it that  a charge of 25 cents it to be made for  adults using the pond (10 cents for  children,) half of the money so reoeived going, to swell the funds oi the  Benevolent Sooiety, and the other half  being retained to defray expenses.  Rutland News  (From oar on Oorrsapoadsni.)  Mr. M. Bird returned from the coast  last week.  * .  Kev. Dr. Sonford, of Columbian Col  lege, New Westminster, preached in the  Methodist church last Sunday evening.  * .  Skating is in full swing on the Rutland lakes, and a rink iB beino- made  on the school grounds to the lovers of  this outdoor pastime will be well supplied this winter.  .     .  A surprise party consisting of tome  two dozen young people visit*] ine  home of Miss Lillian Sproul last week  and were welcomed and entertained by  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sproul.  a        ��  The two pruning classes consulting  of twelve pupils in each and conducted  by Mr. Ben Hoy, have been in operation the last few dayB. The members  speak very highly of hit ability lo impart information. They are all thoroughly satisfied, and g:ad to have had  the opportunity of receiving instructions in this important branch, ir  fact, as one member expressed himself, "It hos been the best dollar's  worth since coming to the Okanagan.  BLACK   MOUNTAIN SCHOOL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER  Division I.  Senior IV.���Merriam Woolsey, Lillian  Sproul, Enrla MoDonald.  Junior IV.���Earl Hardie, Amv Fleming, Billy Plowman.  Senior III.���Leslie Richards, Annie  Wilson, Alma Mugford.  Junion III. ���Evelyn Sproul, Mans  Ruth Woolsey, Elmer Riot.  Division II.  Elva  Second Reader��� Olive White,  Fleming, Notta Monford.  First Reader.���Ceorgo Mugford, Hat  el Bessett, Elsie Brown.  Second Primer.���Alan Dalgleiah, Ian  MoMillan, Dudley Fitipatriok  Firat Primer.��� Doris White,    Joule  Plowman, Frank Bessett.  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  atatween the Preabyleriaa aadEtasli.hchurch.a  Cut Flowers for  Christmas  Ctrnttiont, Chrysanthemum., $1  doz.  Violtta, 25c t dot.     Slevia, 50c a dot.  Pot Plants  for Christmas Gifts  Primula,   Cyclamen,    Farm,  Arum Lilitt  Palms,  Flowerilf Bait* Hyacinths, Daffodila  be.  Age nta for Coldatrotm & B.C. Nurttriat  Oralara taken for ahrube and tiata  Palmer ft Roierson  PkoneaM Box 117  MAKE  CHRISTMAS  MERRY  WE'VE GOT THE GIFTS  WE WANT YOUR XMAS BUSINESS. WE HA VE A NICELY  ASSORTED, UP-TO-THE-MINUTE STOCK OF XMAS GIFTS.  WE ARE PREPARED TO HANDLE A BIG RUSH, AND AS  A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT FOR YOU TO BUY HERE, ARE  OFFERING A  TEN PER CENT.  CASH DISCOUNT  IV. Ma PARKER &COa  XMAS GIFT SPECIALISTS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  ���Ja*r*ttiriy|t*A?i<tfa  "*"3t***"CAt'^M*��'V-aRM*aJ<"^  Choicest Christmas  Goods  From Many Lands. Because the British fleet hat solidly  maintained the supremacy of the seas, we are in a position to supply as usual with our customary Food Dainties  from all parts of the globe to grace the Cfristmas Tables  Don't forget to SHOP EARLY at CunpbtD's Corner Grocery  Navel Oranges, California!!,  per doz, ,,, .35c  3 doz. $1  Navel Oranges, per doz. ..50c  Jap Oranges from Japan, both  tweet and juicy, boz ...75c  Lemons, per doz 40c  Bananaa, per doz 50c  Cocoanutt, each 20c  Malaga Grapes  Spanish Onions  Sultana Raisins and Figs from  Turkey, qua'ity never better. Same old price ..15clb  Currants from Greece, recleaned   and   wholesome.  Nabob brand, lb 15c  Columbia,,    2 lbt. 25c  NUTS - Almondt, Walnuts,  Filberts, horn France and  California.  " Nigger Toes "  from Brazil, per Ib. ... 25c  Mixed  nuts,   including  Peanuts, per lb 20c  CANDIED  PEELS - From  England.   Lemon, Orange  ana Citron, mixed lb.   20c  RAISINS, seeded.....2 lb. 25c  CRANBERRIES from Cape  Cod, ptr lb 20c  2 lbs 35c  Chrittmat Crackers and sugar  Candies of all sorts.  Cigart, Cigarettes, Tobaccos  MINCEMEAT.     Heinz't   at  per lb.   25c  Heinz't sweet cucumber and  mized pickles, pint 25c  DILL PICKLES, Heinz't, per  doz. 20c  CHOCOLATE, Lowney't, til  mtde  in   Canada.     Any  variety, one lb 50c  Lowney't Bon-Bont, in one-  quarter and one-half and  l-lb. pkg,from 25c to $1,50  The earlier utu come, (Ae ketttr  tht stroke.  D. D. Campbell  Phona Threa Oh 1  Phont Thrat Oh  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914  KELOWNA  RECOHJ)  PAOITBXXB  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  TRUNKS  suit Cases  club bags  Large stock to select from  i AH Repair parts for same  Thit department it in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient tervice  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  ,VJ^W3��WJW^0Ur^I��*KV)ir*,C*Tf  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W, R. Glenn & Son  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  Iron Bedt, bratt trimmed, heavy pottt tnd  filling  $3.25  Bed Springt, extra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattrets    $4.00  $975  Bratt Bedt, 2-in. pott    $15.00  Beit quality tpring ' $3.50  All Felt Maltreat, with belt quality art ticking...   $7.25  $25.75  Droning Tablet, with Britith bevel plate mirror   $8.75  Wash Stand to match    $4.00  $12.75  Don't forget our  5-drawer, drop head, Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our v  97-piece Chinn tet, at only $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  mSord  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Efteciivt August Itt, 1914, to Auguat Itt, 1915, and  guaranteed against any reduction during that timt.  All cart fully equipped f.o.b. Ford, Oat  Runabout ��� - ' -�� $540  Touring Car - - $590  Town Car ...   $840  (l��� ah. Dominion of C.naaia oaalr)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buytre oi new Ford cara from Auguat Itt,  1914, to Auguat Itt, 1915, will altera in tha profila of  tht oompany to tht tatent at $40 to $60 par car, on  each car they buy, PROVIDED) wt tell tnd delirar  50,000 naw Ford car. during that period.  Aah (or particular.  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA, LIMITED.  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   .   .   KELOWNA, B.C.  A Canadian banker ttatet that Canadian banks secured 190,000,000 oi the  British war loan.  ...  Cunningham Morris, formerly oi  Revelstoke, who held a conmitsion  as Lieutenant in the Naval Beservs  has been transferred to tbe Boyal  Naval Flying Corpt.  .   .  .  Negotiations for the purohaea of 30,-  000 horses and 12,000 mules whioh, it  is said, are to be tent to Germany  are under way in Texas.  ...  A Britith cruiser landed 190 German  prisoners who had bean brought from  the Britith Islands oi St. Lucie and  transferred them to tha detention  camp.  ...  The Henlev regatta, tha blue ribbon  event in Knglish rowing circles, will  not be held next year, Tht ttweards  decided unanimously to abandon it in  view of the conditions brought about  by the war ,  ...  1'ussia is twenty times larger than  France and Germany put together  (8,400,000 square miles) and her population is supposed to number 106,  000,000, that is 100,000,000 more than  that of Germany.  News has been reoeived at Copenhagen, that the great Gottrop Bar-  rocks, near Kiel, have been destroyed  by fire, the origin of which it kept  secret. The Gottrop Barracks are  ubout twenty-five mile northwest of  Kiel on an island whicn lies between  the Sahiel and Burgees. The old ducal  tichloss Gottrop is the main building  of these barracks.  ...  The body of General Christian Beyers, the rebel leader, who was drowned recently while attempting to escape  from government troops, hat been  found at Vliege Kratl, not far from  the spot where General Beyers was  u to sink. The official announcement says that there is no doubt with  regard to the identification.  ...  James Kamsay MoDonald, member of  tht British Parliament, and chairman  of the Labor party, has gone to the  front with an ambulance corps, according to Leicestershire Post. Mr.  MoDonald for a time was bitterly opposed to the war. He accused Sir  tidward Grey, the Britith foreign secretary of being responsible for England's participation in the war.'  ...  Bela Singh, Babu Singh, Dr. Ragan-  atb Singh and friends have wired the  minister of militia offerimr to raise a  company of Hindus in British Columbia for service at the front. Dr. Rag-  anath Singh is an ex-warrant officer,  while Bela and Babu have both served  in the Indian army. Bela was for five  vears a signalman and wat in China  with the British forces at the time of  the last Boxer rebellion.  ...  Submarine B-ll, in oharge of Lieutenant Cammander Norman B. Hol-  brook of the royal navy, entered the  Dardanelles last week and in spite oi  the difficult current, dived under five  rows of mines and torpedoed the Turkish battleship Messudieh, which was  guarding the mine fields. Although  pursued by arun fire and torpedo boats  the B-ll returned safely after being  submerged, on one occasion for nine  houn.  ...  An order-in-oouncil has been passed  forbidding the export from Canada  to any foreign country other than  part of the Britith empire of rubber  and graphite. Thia aotion hat been  taken to prevent supplies of theee  commodities from naohing German  Canada imports about $4,000,000  worth of crude rubber vTarly and ex  ports about (800,000. About $120,000  worth of graphite is exported, principally to the United States, and the  nroduction in Canada amounts to  about $100,000 worth per vear. It is  nroduoed at Buckingham, Quebec, Ca-  labogie and Port Elmslie. Ont.  . . .  There are at pretent 13,563 bov  Bcouts io Canada; of these 6979 nre in  Ontario; 1818 in Manitoba, 1433 in  Quebec, 1380 in Alberta, 933 in British Columbia, 400 in Satkatchewan  333 in Now Brunswiok, 300 in Nova  Scotia and 100 in Prince Edward Island.  ...  Owing to the B. C. Horse go's?  into oamp next to the pens ���>! the  fourth internatianal eve laving contest now being held at Victoria ('less  1 laid five dozen (ewer eggt durin"  the last week    oi the period   covered   a���������  CRIMINAL WASTE  American distilleries last year turned into poison 84,039,377 bushels ot  grain. Thit amount would have made  1,768,897,898 loevee ol bread-enough  to aupply two loaves a day for six  months to five million families. In addition, the brewories destroyed grain  that would have made 3,336,168,1*06  loaves oi bread.���California Voice.  Sweden has nearly 100,000 soldiers  mobilized and is ready to act on the  instant oi possible aggression bv Russia, according to a report brought to  New York by a passenger from Glasgow.  The dismissal of Gen Von Moltke as  chief of stall', and the anointment in  his place of General von Falkunhayn.  was gazetted without a single word of  eulogy for the former, whose disgrace  has therefore become a matter of official record.  ...  It is announced ut the headquarters  of the Belgian general staff that the  Belgian army in the field is composed  of 126,000 men, and not 35,000 aa the  Germans assert. The spirit of the Belgian soldiers ia better than ever, at  the Germans who sustained considerable losses on the laser well know.  ...  The Vatican authoritiet have made  public a document letting forth  the efforts of the Pope to obtain a  truoe in the European war during the  Christmas season. The effect of the  pontiff unfortunately failed, according  io the Vatican announcement, "owing  to the opposition of a certain power."  It is stated by persons in close touoh  with the Vatican that the Turkish and  Russian governments declined to agree  to a Christmas truce.  The war offioe hat asked the militia  department to send ao additional seventy-five trained Inurses to England as  soon as possible. All the nurses sent  over with the first contingent are busy  and more sr0 required. As the denart-  ment has received no less than 2000  applications from nurses desirous of  accompanying the second contingent.  no difficulty will be experienced in'  complying with the request of the1  war office. The extra .batch of 75 will  not wait for the second contingent,  however, but will go forward at an  early date.  ...  Moro thon half of the stook of the  Canadian e-ift of flour received to date'  has been distributed, according to a I  statement made by an official of th')'  irovei-nnii-nt board, which has the  flour iu oharge. A good nart has  been nlaced at the disposal of the  war office and the admiralty, as "aiblicj  distress is not abnormal, and there-'  fore no pressing need for its wide-'  spread distribution to the Door. In  those cases, where the flour is bein -I  used for relief purposes the loaves'  baked from it are issued with a pap-'  er band, on which is inscribed the  words. "This loaf is mado from flour  sent by the people of Canada."  Christmas Day  Opera House  Hie  Versatiles  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorlett  when in  ute  Sanitary at  all timet  Call and  intpect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  ����  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURED IN UESI..RN CANADA  AGENTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  GRAYS  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  is now open  EVERYDAY  (except Monday)  Call and arrange a tilting for your  Christmas Portraits  Hoars from 10 to 3  RoWcltffe NearPoatOfSc.  Block  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavei Kelowna 9 s.m., 3.30 p.m  Leave* Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Ltaret Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate. Furniahed ior all cltaaea  oi work  XMAS SHOPPING  at the Great Benevolent Sale  Ten Per Cent, of all Takings to be Donated to Local Relief  Below are a few suggestions in seasonable  articles at exceedingly low prices:  Collar Caaet, Necktie Caaet, Silk Mufflert, Silk Lined  Fur Lined, Wool Lined Glovet, " Real Irish " Linen  Handkerchief!, initialed, half-dozen to the box, Silk  Hoae in fancy box, Silk Necktiea and Hose to match,  in box, and everything you could find for Xmaa in  an up-to-the-minute Men't Store.  TEN  PER CENT.  FOR  Local  Relief  If you have a Father, Husband, Brother or Sweetheart that you wish  to 'remcmbrir by a gift this Christmas, visit the OAK HALL as  you will never again have the opportunity of securing your Xmas  Presents at such a saying to your bank account, and remember, 10 per  cent, ot every dollar you spend goes to the Benevolent Society to help  them in their work of Local Relief.  TEN  PER CENT.  FOR  Local  Relief  Nifty  patternt  in  Dressing Gowns  in  Cheeks and  Stripea.    Reg $20, now  $14  Reg $15, now $8.45  Smoking Jackett in Velvet and All-Wool, in very  tatty and beautiful shades at 35 per cent. off.  Soft coty Home Slippers.     Reg $1.75 pr., now...95c  Reg $2.75, now $1.60  Alto a great number of Fancy Boxea in odd linet of  Xmaa Goods which we are going to clear at Half  Price,   including Silk  Suapendera,  Hose,   Garten,  Neckwear, &c, all done up in neat boxea.  Do not fail to see our half-price table.  The Oak Hall Clothing Co., Limited  ������ PAOB FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914  LAST HU  for CoU Weather Needs  SALE  Bring the whole family in this week while you can buy at such prices.    You will fiind We have  almost anything you need in Clothing. Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. Overshoes. Rubbers, &c.  R. Donoghue's Last Week of Price Cutting to Satisfy  the Creditors as the Stock has been Sold to Mr. Rae, of Hastings Street, Vancouver  Don't Lose Time and  Money Looking  Elsewhere  If we have any merchandise you  want from now until December  25th, come here and save money.  The stock is still large to choose  from as assignee is turning over  the store to Mr. Rae, of 139,  Hastings Street West, Vancouver,  at New Years.  We will make this a week  of merchandising to be  remembered in Kelowna  We received a shipment of  Ladies', Misses'aid Children's  Fashionable Winter Coats  to be sold at HALF-PRICE. This is a lot of  travellers' samples we have been asked to clear out  Ladies' Coats $5.00 to $12  Misses'Coats $1.50 to $ 7  Men's Xmas Presents  Gloves and Handkerchiefs, and  hundreds of other Handsome  Xmas Gifts at about Half Price  Boot & Shoe Department  Now for Prices on Footwear that will make you  sit up and take notice  MEN'S BELLOWS TONGUE COWHIDE WOKK BOOTS.  Remilar 83.00.    Sale Prioe    S1.45  MEN'S BOX CALF WATERPROOF SOLES.  Regular 86.60 and 87.00 for  ,...  14.95  MEN'S DONQOLA AND VICI KID BOOTS, fine boot to wear  rubber on.   Regular 83.50 and 84.00 ior  81.99  MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS.  lii'.rular 85.00 and 86.60. Sale Price   83.46  RTpular 86.50,. Sale Price  ,  83.95  Re-ular 67.00. Sale Prioe   84.95  Regular 88.00 and 89.00. Sale Prioe   86.95  MEN'S WALKOVERS.  Rear.ilar 86.50 for    82.95  Regular 87.00 for    83.95  MEN'S BOX CALF in large and small sizes. Regular  86.50 nnd 87.00. Sale Priot    13.60  MEN'S ONE AND TWO BUCKLE OVERSHOES  Reeular 82.50 and 83.00. Sale Prioe    81.85  MEN'S BLIZZARD RUBBERS, CLOTH TOPS.  Rc-ilar 81.65. Sale Prict   81.16  MEN'S HIP GUM BOOTS.    Small aizes only.  Regular SS.00. Sale Prioe  ,    84.95  MEN'S GUM BOOTS,   High and low   for   wearing big   tox  with.    Regular 84.08 for    82.95  Regular 83.60 for  .-.    82.50  MEN'S RUBBERS. In larire sizes only  60o.  MEN'S BEST QUALITY RUBBERS  Regular 81.25 and 81.36. Sale Prioe 96c  BOY'S BOOTS AND RUBBERS. AU at Sale Prioet.   Every  nair goet.  BOY'S 83.00 and 83.50. Salt Prioe  ,         81.95  Footwear for Ladies  LADIES' LOW SHOES in Walkovers. Regular 86.00. Salt  Prioe   81.96  LADIES' BOX CALF OR VICI KID BOOTS  Regular 86.50 and 86.00. Sale Prioe    88.65  LADIES' STORM RUBBERS Regular 81.00 for  76e.  LADIES' BLIZZARD RITiBERS, CLOTH TOPS  Rearular 81.50 lor   99o.  XMAS SLIPPERS IN GREAT VARIETY OF 8TYLES, lor  men, women and children at Sale Prioet, 26c, 46c, 75c,  95c, 81.26 and .81.50 ner pair.  We have still hundreds of pairs of best  quality Boots for Men and Ladies to clear  out at Sale Prices.   Come while they last.  Men's & Boys' Clothing  HALF PRICE  MEN'S 830.00 Overcoatt   |16.00  "     828.00 Overcoats  ,  814.00  "     826.00 Overcoatt     818.00  "     824.00 Overooatt :  812.00  "     820.00 ���Overooatt  ...'............ $10.00  You will find among our Men's Overooatt tome of Hie finest  imported Motor Coats at HALF PRICE. "  Men's Tweed Suits at Half Price  lWailar 812.00. Sale Priee    % 6.00  Regular 814.00. Sale Prioe        7.00  Regular 815.00. Sale Price ,       7.60  Re-alar 818.00. Sale Prioe        9.00  Regular 820.00. Sale Prioe      10.00  Regular 825.00. Sale Prioe      12.50  Regular 830.00. Sale Price     15.00  All the above are fine fitting suitt, from tht bett    makers,  tuoh at "20 Century" and "L System" American make.'  Look at these Prices on Boys' Suits  BOY'S 83.00 Suits  _  $1.60  "      84.00 Suitt .'. :.  9.00  "      85.00 Suitt   2.50  "      86.00 Suitt  ���  8.00  "      87.00 Suitt  SJtO  "       810.00 Suitt  ��.���.. 6.00  Men's Furnishings at Terrific  Price Cuts  You will find Every Line represented.    We cannot give you ��� full list; here are just a few:  MEN'S 15c Handktrchith     74.0.  MEN'S 12)o., Canvas Glovet      Bo.  MEN'S Sox Regular 15o ,      So.  MEN'S Sox, regular 95o. tor  18o.  MEN'S Sox. regular 36c, for . ...; 25c  ���MEN'S Sox, remilar 60c, for    ,   36c  MEN'S Sox, regular 66o., for     46o.  MEN'S SHIRTS in many stylet at HALF PRICE and  leu.  HEN'S UNDERWEAR, in winter weighta: Penmans, Turn-  bulls. Watton'a and Stanfield'i ht clearing prioes. No halfway cuts, everything goet between now and Xmat.  ffidimnds Store  R. DONOGHUE  Assignee for the Estate mfmrnm  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1814  ���    it,       ��� a=  KBtOWNA  RECOUD  FAoinmtN  ��H|M����II��MHHH  ��� tt  niOWKSSIONAL AND   ���*  BUSINESS CARDS     -  M  M M HH H �� �� W �� �� ��  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solidtott,  .     .    Notaries Public,  Conveynncert, etc.  HELOWNA, B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, B.C,  WEDDELL & ORIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  .NOTARIBS PUBLIC  9, Willit's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member af Uaa B.C. Saelatr of Arckilarta  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Box, 509  ARTHUR P. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. bos 531 Phone 4602  Kelowna, B.C.  C. Harvey, BA, Sc, C.E., D.L.S.. B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C  Phont 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOVD  haa resumed hit teaching eltaaat and will  ���active pupila a. before in hit ttudio-  Trench Block, Kalowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H., PARKINSON  SRITlSH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. VI. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surveyor  Sairvay. and Report, on Itnaation Worka  Applicationa for Walar Lkanaaa  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. C. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M.Iaua.C.E..A.M.Can.SocC.E       B.C.LS.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Suroeuors  Water Supply, Inigatiora, Subdivision., ox.  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. O, Set IU 'Pteae II  1 . Comer Peneoii Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ingt.Tov.'n ana Country Retidencet  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Stocking Fillers  For Big Folks  Hat it hit you that there  are no more acceptable  "or reatonably . priced  gifts than bookt) They  are the ideal Stocking  Fillers  Our selection it better  than ever thit year, and  you  can   get   almost  anything you want  Gift Book*  Leather Bond Books  Books on Special Subjects  Children's Books  Fiction, Biography, History,  Science, etc., etc.  Come in���look���tpend in  hour among them and make  thia a  "Book" Chriatmaa  Jlgcnts for Eotryman's Library  P. B. Willits & Co.  Bowling  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS *  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTER1NARY SURGEON  (tee*Mta MaCUl Uataarakt)  Retidence :  GLENN AVENUE  may bt Ith tt tht office of  >n. Rattenbury tk Wilhama  Mltsttts  Mat  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.B.C.O.  Organiat of St. Michael tk All Angela'  Church, racaira Pupils for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at hit own or pupils' raaidenoa.  Satelal ataraoon to caiklrea  P.O. Boa 641. Telephone 120  Addrtat Abbott Street  P.O. Box 12  ENGLAND  jamiumwm.  Plana,  Specification,   tnd   Eetimaue  Faraiehtd  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka -      -      ���   $2.75 ptr rick  5 rickt or upwtrda- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick '- $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone307  With only one more week io go to  complete the schedule of tb* Dream-  rand Bowling League tht Beavers are  leudhur'by a good margin and have  first plaoe' cinched. The real contest  is between the three following teams,  who are fighting; hard lor second  place, the Starlights and Dreamlands  being tied and the Bean if thay succeed in taking the series from the Pastimes tonight will alto oome into the  tie, leaving only'the garnet next week  to decide the second third and fourth  positions in the standing. The Pastimes, Pelioans and Royals are also  having an interesting time fighting  for choice positions in the aeoond division and the exact standing of the  league will remain in doubt until the  final contest is played nest Thuraday  night.  Tbe beautiful medals being presented  to the teams finithing firtt, second  nnd third in the league raw bv Mr,  Robt. Duncan are now on exhibition  in the window of W.M. Parker It Co.  nnd are certainly well worth the keen  interest that hat been takes in eon-  testing for them. The medals art of  gold, silver and bronze and were designed and made in Kelowna and will  sneak for themselves of the ability  arad workmanship of the maker.  Following are. the scores of the oast  week's garnet:  On Thuraday night the Starlights  took two from the Bean, after losing  the opening contest in the roll off of  a tie. Following are the scores.  STARLIGHTS  Healey 189  186  154-629  B. Treadgold .... 166  195  146-607  Kincaid 114  106  187-367  Pettigrew 144   168   131-433  Rossi 134   170 200���504  SYNOPSIS OF COAL HIKING  REGULATIONS  Ooal ruining rightt of the dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht A'oilii-  wttt Territories, and in a portion oi  tha Province of Britith Columbia, may  bt Itated for a term of iweity-ont  yean at an annual rental of $1 an  ton. Not more than 2,51*0 acres  will be Itated to ont applioant.  Applioationi for tho ltate mutt be  made by the applicant in perton to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the dittriot  in which tht rightt applied for are  tituated.  In lurveytd territory the land mutt  bt detoribtd by teotions, or legal tub  diviaioni of aeotione, and in linturvey-  ed territory the tract appl'-l for  thall bt staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh application muat bt accompanied by a ft* of $6 which will be  refunded if the rightt applied for  art not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty thall be paid on the merchantable output of the mint at the  rate of five oentt per ton.       ,  Tht peraon operating tht mine thall  furnish tht agent with sworn returns  accounting for tha full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined arid pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  righti an not being operated, tuch  returnt thall bt furniahed at ltatt  onoe a'vear.  Tht ltatt will include tht ooal mining rightt only, but tht ltatt* may  ba permitted to purohato whatever  available aurfaoe rightt may bt too-  tidtrtd ntotwary lor tht working ot  tht mine at tht rate of f 10 an sen.  For full information apnlieation  ahould bt made to tht aecretary ol  tht Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Ageut  of Dominion landt.  W. V7. CORY.  Deputy Minuter of the Interior.  N. ".-Unauthorized pubrioation ol  thit advertittmtnt will not be paid for.  Totals 747 816 768-2830  BEARS  Soreeby 166 147 139���442  Patten 164.146 146-456  Hallauer 145 153 175-473  Dowsley 142 160 143-435  McCubbin 140 143 132���415  Totals 747   739  735-2221  ���        ...  The Starlights took three from tt*  tail enders on Friday night, as follows:  STARLIGHTS  Healev 182   133 134-399  B. Treadgold .... 134   145 118-397  .Shiedel 129   140 166-425  Pottigrew 129   180 171-480  Rossi .. 181   146 137-463  Totals 705 748 716-2164  MISSION  Stubbs 154 171 115-440  Thomson 126 93 118-336  Rowley 144 107 106-857  Mallam 103 141 133-377  llnrncbv  124 118 89-331  J. M. CROFT.  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOVv'NA.  Totalt 660   630   561-1841  ...  Tht Pattimet dropped two games  to tha Starlights on Monday alter  winning the first game. The final  game waa lost by a single pin. Following an the scores:  PASTIMES  Swordfager 175 120 146-441  Gibb 133 191 162-416  Anderson 166 135 142-413  Willite   153 173 140-466  Purdy 189 233 161-603  Totals 816  782 771-2369  STARLIGHTS  Shiedel .. .. .. .. .. 167 148 137-452  Healey  163 143 149-445  B. Tregdgold .... 120 180 126-428  Pettigrew  181 154 173-508  Rossi  144 202 186-531  '    Totalt ...... 766 827  772-2364  ...  Tht Dreamlands made a olean sweep  on Tuesday with the Royals, who rolled in poor form:  DREAMLANDS  Parker  127 137 136-402  Drown  116 137 108-361  A. Johnson  143 ITO 140-463  Hedges  176 176 192-644  H. Treadgold .... 133 234 171-638  Totalt 695 864 749-2298  ROYALS  R. Johnson 133 142 104-879  Marquet 172 178 176-621  Patterson 122 141 149-412  Lonty     95 146 128-371  Coat** 119 106 149-367  Totalt 641  710 699-2050  ...  Latt night    the Beaven played the  Million team,���"Nut saidl  BEAVERS  Ehret 168 176 166-524  Went  103 117 134-364  Batt 131 139 160-123  Kerr 182 169 174-478  O'Neil 187 160 166���452  Total 691 to? 618-9289  MISSION  Stubbs   161   113 196-402  Thornton 143  190 120-3ai  Mallam 129  181 110-370  Renfrew :. 108  117 106-326  Bnrnehv 124  164 101-379  Totalt . 660 636 664-1669  .     .     .  LEAGUE STANDING  The   following   InolrjtN    sll.pastes  THE  General Relief  Sale  wilt  be  extended  over the  holidays  affording you an opportunity to purchase your  Xmas Presents  at a lower coat than haa been possible  at this jeaaon in previoua years.  Space  only admits uf a few auggettiona :  .Suspenders 25 to   .85  Tiet 25 to   .75  Handkerchiefs���  (i-doz. fane lineia      1      d��|  CA  in fancy box) f     iPl'-'U  Glovet (wool) ...    .35 to   .65  ��� (Mocha lined)   .75 to    $2  Sweater Coata ...    .95 to    $5  Collar Boxet 75 and $1  Knit Muffler! 25 lo   .75  WoolMuffler*...$l.25and$2  The reduced prices will make shopping  easy  H. F. HICKS  PIONEER CASH CLOTHING STORE  *fc>tW*f*iWWW>tv Si/W\lf-W*l*y W*lir,����^^^.l'*W W*r��r-WWW^  ���**rt**KM*TOW?*roCCTOkWK-**^  Our New  Shoe-Repairing  Machinery  has just arrived, and is  now in operation, Tliia-  new equipment makes  it possible to turn out  your work  Promptly & Properly  Give us a call.  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimate* furnished on all descriptions J  of woodwork  Plaits and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  all fitted with Bath Rooms,  W.C., hot water, tic.  P.O. Box 185  Mali-Glass Tailoring  Now is the time to think  about your Fall and Winter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with high-class old country  Bond Street experience, and  can satisfy the most fastidious.  Suits to your own measure  at little more than "ready-  made" cost. NEW PATTERNS JUST IN.  DYEING, CLEANING, PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  * MY VALET"  J. E. THRUSSELL. Prop.  OppOMtt Board of Trade Office, Kelowna  W. EASTON  Picture Fraincr tnd Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repair!  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppo.it. lhe Burbank Motor Garaae  The Cost of Living Reduced  By purchasing your Meats, &c, from'  ���  P. BURNS & CO.  LIMITED  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  Don't forget���Money Saved is Money Gained,  and it behooves the public of Kelowna to take  advantage of our SPECIAL LOW PRICES during  these hard times  PHONE 135 AND GET OUR. PRICES  atWWa*fik*i*ftii*y* Mfli*iQMflBk Mt*ti|*Mdf'<>k/ftk4flQifl^ .  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meeting, every Tueaday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the re.idence of S.M. Gol a.Patttr.on Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE. S. M. GORE, Sec.  Preaident P.O. Box 382  uliavaatl up to the ond ol last wtwk:  P     W t   Vet  Beavert 38     23 10-.700  StarliBhte 36      31 16���.675  Dreamland! 36     20 16-.860  Beart 36      20 16-.550  l'ntlimet    88      17 16���.620  Pelicans 36     18 18-.500  Rovnlt 36      18 18-.800  Miesion 86       4 32-.110  ...  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Den. 21.-Dreamlands ve Beart.  Deo. 22.���fflnlon va Pelioarit.  Deo. 98.���Pattimet ve Rovalt.  Dee. ��.���Starlighta va. rVerwe.  Christmas Gifts  You will soon have to buy your Xmas Presents  unless you have already done so. Come early  to get the best selections.  Pretty Styles in Neckwear  Moderately  priced.   Fine   Mutlin   RoH   Collars,  with  Embroidered   Corners, also the new Lipton  collars, from  ?30c to 85c  White Pique Collar and Cuff Set 30c  Handkerchiefs  Thete come in Fancy Boxes at 15c, 20c, 25c. 95c  $1 and $1.75 box  Plain Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs,  10c. 15c, 20c and 25c each  Waists Make Useful Gifts  We have a large range to choose from in Organdie,  Embroidered Linen, Flannelet'e, Silk and Crepe  de Chene, from 75c to $9.50 each  We can fix you up with LARGE SIZES  A pretty Crepe  de Chene Waist with fine white  Organdie Collar, in all sizet and colort,at $3.75 each  Fancy Linens  Tray Clothe, in Damask  Linen, with  hemstitched  edget ...35c, 40c, 45c and 50c each  Afternoon Tea Cloths, hemstitched  and  embroidered, at 75c each  Large Afternoon   Tea   Cloths,   with   Battenburg  lace edget, 54-ins. round $3.50 each  Also 36-in. Battenburg $1.50 each  Pretty Silk Dresses for Children  At $2, $2.50 and $2.75  White  Party  Frocka for Children, the latest and  smartest designs $ I, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25 and $3.25  Towels  Scolloped Linen Guest Towels, at 80c pair  Hemstitched  Linen Guett Towelt, with space for  initial 85c pair  Guett Towelling, 16-in. wide 35c and 40c yard  Christmas Cards  Jutt t��vo pricet, which are extra value���5 cards in  a box with envelopes, 25c box. 6 cards in envelope, I Oc  Jerman Hunt  Dry Goodt Store  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 17.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W HAUG  P.O. Box  166  RECORD OFFICE  THE PRINTERS IN YOUR TOWN Be** mm  KELOWNA   RECORD  TEUBStLUT, BBOTMate 1,7, lj��U  99*��  Big  Reward  For the correct answer to the question of  Perplexed Xmas shoppers  Question:' How am Ito get them  all presents for this Christmas,  times are SO hard?'  Answer: ' Why, that's easy;  just shop at the 5 to 25 cent  Store.'  Now you ask: " Where does the reward  come in?"   It's your big saving and the  amount of elastic you actually find in the  25c piece  Besides toys, our Fancy Goods are  so appropriate���Fancy chinaware,  Antimony ware, souvenir Leather  goods. Fancy Handkerchiefs, souvenir stationery, Tree Ornaments,  Books, Games, Pictures, Necklets,  and Jewelry of all sorts  DO IT NOW  5to25c STORE  (Economy and Satisfaction)  esse  WANTED!  J  Prepaid Bates: 2 oents per word  firat insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for lens than 25 oentt.  AM classified advertisements must bt  paid for in advance owing to tha coBt  attending the booking and oharging ol  small items.  Copy may be reoeived for these ada  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB  SALE  HAY, FOB SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Bench. Ii4tf  FOB SALE.���Suoking pigs $2.U0 ciach.  (pure Berkshire and Berkshire-*!orfc  shire) also midsummer pigs. Would  exenange for voung cattle. Central  Okauagan Lands Ltd. Glenmore  Bunch. ulti  FOB SALE.��� rifle, |32-special) nearly  new, soma shells and oase, also 22-  calibre rifle, both Winchesters and  in good order. Apply Becord oflco x  FOB SALE.-Violin and oase. Splendid  tono. A--' ��� Wm. Gay, Rutland, idi-  phone 3509.  NOT1CI  Notiea it hereby siven that at the  next etatutory meeting ol the Board  of Licensing Commissioners for th  Citv ot Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody.  intend to anply for a renewal of my  licence to sell liquor hv retail in the  premises known as the Palace Hotel,  situated on the north side ot Bernard Avenue, between Water street  and Pendori ttrett in the City of Kelowna, B. C. 82-04  DRESSMAKING  Mrt' M. E. Bouch, Bernard Avenue,  eatt ol  Ethel   ttreet.   Telephone   115.  l-4p  SALE OB TRADE  If you havt anything ior sol.' o  goods that you will trade. L'at thtm  with  W. P. MEREDITH  (City Transfer)  P.O. Box 465.  REAL ESTATE  I will sail my 5-aores, at Naramata  B. C, with 4-room house, also chicken  houses, and quite a number of o'h'r  buildings which can be used as i tables  etc., also root house, water laid, in  the house and on the prrvoerty. Ten  minutes walk from Kettle Valley rail  wat, twenty minutes walk from C.P.B,  wharf, this is a beautiful location "  neighbors living all rni'nd in fine  houses. I will tn*re 82500 for ever������-  thine. 8500 cash, balance Jan be nr-  ranr/ed, or will exchange for central  Kelowna property. There are no taxes  on this pronertv and is a goa-ad v*- - ���-  sition and cheap lor 'lie man wh > likes  farm life. Applv Box 155, Ko.. >viia,  B. C. 2-5  TOE SALE.-00 ricks of pino    (dr  at 82.00 cash.    Special otters on IU  rick lots, also ior east of Five Bridges.   D. M. Morrison, liutland.    Hi.  FOR SALE. Lefevre estate. Now  vour chance for a good improved  ranch, tho besj. buy in the Okanagan  One hundred and forty-three acres,  aU fenced, a fine creek runs through  the property, best of land, with its  own irrigation system, in the heart  of tho Orchard district, on the main  ronal. on'v three miles from Kelowna  mail delivered at door every div  Must be sold to wind up estate. Ad  dress P.O. Box 157, Kelowna, B.C.  TO BENT  TO BENT.��� Soven room bouse on  Wilson avenue. Rent 812.00 per mo  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tf  MISCELLANEOUS  Must You Be Bald?  What have vou done to stop your  hair from falling? Have you tried  Rexall "93" HalrTonlc? It not. we  want you to try It at our risk.  If you have dandruff; if your hair  is failing out and your scalp is not  glazed and shiny, if you use Rexall  "113" Hair Tonio according to directions for thirty days, and at the end  of that time you are not thoroughly  satisfied with the results and will tell  us so, we will immediately hand back  your money. We won't ask you to  promise anything. We won't even  question you. We will take your  more word and return your money.  Doesn't it stand to reason that  Itcxall "93" Hair Tonio must be a  mighty good remedy and have given  great satisfaction to our customers if  wc endorse it like this?i We know of  no similar remedy that is as good. It  is because of what Rexall "03" Hair  Tonio has done for others that wt  back it with our own money.  Why suffer scalp and hair trouble  or be bald, when Rexall "03" Hair  Tonio will removo dandruff, makt  your scalp comfortable and healthy,  promote hair.growth and tend to  prevent baldness ��� when we will  pay for the treatment should it fail  to please you?  We don't obligate you to anything. You simply buy the treatment: use it, and if not pleased,  come back to us empty-handed���and  wo will hand back what you paid ue.  Two sixes, 50o and $1.00 a bottle.  You oan buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonit  |n this community only at our store:  P. B. WILLITS & CO.   Bernard Avt,  fit  Tbere l. a Raisll Store In nearly every <_..-  arad oity ia the United Statee, Canada and  Great Britain. There la a dfflerent Ratal  Remedy lor naarly every ordinary ho"*'}'1, JT  eaoh a-npeoially deajgraed for tha paiuoular II  for whioh it it recommended. '  The Rexall Steraa are America's Orestes*  Drug Stores  DRAINAGE AND DYKING ACT  Rutland Drainage Distriot.  Notit? is hereby o-iveC that a. Cn"r'  of Revision will be held at the Rut-  'nraH ranblic school. Rutland T*. C. at  the hour of 1 n.m., on tho 18th day  of December, 1914. for the Revision of  tho Rutland Drainage District Assess  ment Roll.  (Sgd.)   Allan C. Loosemore.  Ira E. Clever  Willis T. Sohell.  Commissioners.  14th November, 1914 ���        52-5  The first throuo-h oassenger train  over the new Kootenay Central division of the C.P.R., arrived in (iolden  last Friday.  HORSES TAKEN FOR PASTURE  and fed hay during winter. Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glen-  mort Ranch. 43tf  I THIS CHRISTMAS A HAPPY ONE  To Make the Women Happy  Gandng'a Chocolates, " The fineet in the land," Hard or  Soft, twenty different varietiee to chooee from, alb...$ .60  Cowan's Chocolates, " The supreme quality milk chocolates." Maple Buds,,Lunch Bars, Medallions, Chrye-  talized Ginger, and Chocolate ginger, alb 60  Clarnico allsortt, -a  lovely  attortment with  Nuta  and  Raisins on top of Milk Chocolates,  a Ib 60  Cadbury's Chocolates, attorted, wrapped and packed for  ut in England, 2 lb. box $2.   lib. box $1.   Jib. box   .50  Chocolate Fantasia, a nice pound box, decorated  with  /tlpine Scenery, put up by Pascall't, London    1.25  Scotch Heather Chocolate! in pound  boxes,  each   box  has a bunch of heather and a Scotch tcenr 4   1.00  Numerout other varieliet of Chocolates in boxes and by the Ib.  To Make the Men Happy  Pipet in catet, from $ I. for an ordinary pipe $5.50 for a Briar-  Calabashes at prices from $1.00 to $3.50  Meerschaumee at pricet from  4.50 to   7.50  Combination sett up lo     $12.50  Cigars from a little domestic af<75c. for a box oi  25,  to the  beat imported article.  Pouchee, cigarettes, tobaccot, pipe cleanrra, etc.  ��� V.   i   -i       .   .  Te Make the Children H��>;py  ChristiiMs Siaicki".|.'aa.���Little dinkey ones I i ���> uukr.) each,  Larger sizes at I0c��� 15c, 25c, 35c. 50c, 65c, and 75c  Gre.it big whoppers for one dollar etch.  Mixed Candy.���A little of everything in thit mixture, 25c a lb.  Package Goodt, including nut bare, cream bars, chocolate  bundlet, chocolate circus wagons, chocolate Noah'a arkt,  chewing gum, toffee, butter scutch, jutt the thing for lhe  atocking   at  ._  5c. each  Corn for popping, 10c. a Ib. on th,* coh Shelled, 2 lbs. tor 25c  To Make the Whole Family Happy  Mixed Nuts, all kinds, 25c. a lb. Malaga Grapes, very nice onea, 25c. t lb.  Cluster Raisins, Excelsior, 35c. a lb. Cluster Raiains, 3 lb. boxes, 75c 6t$l.  .Christmaa Crackers, juat lovely for decorating tbe tree, for the dinner table,  for the boya, for for the girla, for the old folks, from boxea of 1 dee. ttch  at 15c. to big dandies at   ��� $2 for box of 6  Jap r>rongee, each wrapped aeparately 75c per box  Navel Oranges, Lemon., Figs, Datea, Bananas, Cocoanuta, Comb Honey,  Celery, Sweet Potatoes, and everything else Decenary in tht earing lint Ie  make thia a happy Chriatmts.  We have quoted our regular prices all through, but remember our Cath  Special Sale appliea on theae goude, for inalance,'  Nuts, 5 lbs. for $1. Jap Orangea, 65c. per box.  Mixed Candy, 5 pounda for $1. etc.  THE McKENZIE CO., LTD.  Our Motto ��� ��� "Quality and Service"  SPIBELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr,  Mathie'e (over tailor shop, Pendozi!  street between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday ol eaoh week to meet  ladies wishing to order eoreett. P. 0. i  Box 826. Kelowna. 20tl.  Christmas Day  Opera House  The  Versatiles  Edward's Cash Grocery  Opposite the Post Office  Your Xmas Chocolates Free at Edward's  With every $2.00 Caah Purchate you make next week  we will give one Box of Cadbury's Chocolates, worth  40c, FREE. Furthermore, our pricea are Lower all  round than you can purchate for elsewhere. Figure  it out for yourself.  Cranberries, per Ib 15c  Jap Oranges, box  75c  Navel Oranges, doz ^0c  Choice Lemons, doz /o5c  Cocoanutt, each 15c  Sweet Spuds, 5 lbt.... 25c  Fresh Crystalized Ginger, 25c  Turkish Delight...3 boxee 25c  Fancy Table Raisins, Ib. ..30c  Shelled Almonds, per lb. 55c  Shelled Walnuts, per Ib. 60c  New Table Figt (pklt.) at  .     5c, 10c and 2 for 25c  Bulk, per lb 25c  Malaga Grapea, per ib. ...25c  Xmas Candles, 3-doz box, 10c  Mix Null, per Ib 25c  Peanuts, per lb. 20c  Datet, lb. pkg   15c.  Raiting & Currants, 2 for ..25c  Our prices trt right, and don't forget to get t Box of Candy FREE.    We  ctnnot givt it on Flour and Sugar purchase.  W. M. EDWARDS  The Reliable Grocer  ^rJfeT.MX^  <f   ���>  to' Buy  RI5TMAS Thing  A"f* u\*f> s*e"t��     A  STFMt  l&VTHE  'FO&&-  Christmaa things? Of course, you luce many to  buy. Then come to our store before the holiday  rush and crush, while toe haoe more time to wait  on you. Furthermore, just the thing you may wish may be gone. Christmas  gioing gladdens the heart of the gioer. Your friends toill be pleased toith  gifts that come from our establishment. We are making lore prices on our  Christmas Goods right noto, instead of after Christmas.  For the Boy  BOYS SWEATER COATS  HOChEY BOOTS        FINE SHIRTS  WOOl. SCARVES AND HOCKEY CAPS  FANCY TIES.-Reatonablv Priood  WOOL UNDERWEAR     HOUSE SLIPPERS  PYJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES  0001" WARM GLOVES-Wool and Mooha.  Complete assortment of SUITS AND OVERCOATS  HOYS BATS AND WINTER CAPS-Fur Lined  BOYS I'GOU"  SHIRTS, PANTS, STOCKINGS AND FOOTS  BOYS REEFERS, lor tohool.    Many othtr linet of   Good*  SERVICEABLE SCHOOL BOOTS  For tke Man  FELT SLIPPERS. ".Ticker"  fanoy checks and wool lined.  TRAVELING BAGS AND SUIT CASES.  NEW FALL HATS     *  LOUNGING ROBES AND SMOKING JACKETS  PURE WOOL STEAMER RUGS  FANCY WOOL AND SILK HOSE  FANCY WOOL VESTS, for real warmth and aervice,  FOWNE'S GLOVES.-In fine Kid, and Mooha, Wool or Fur-  lined. alt-< a fine line of PURE WOOL GLOVES in Heather  Mixture and manv different shades.  OUR NECKWKAR STOCK is complete, showing all the latest  oolor combinations and newest designs at most reasonable  prioes.  Some Suggestions for Women  Blouses  In all materials tuoh at Silk, Crapes,  Paillettes, Dolainot, Voiles, in the newest stylet with tet-in aad raglan  sleeves. Prioes $3.50. 13.00, $3.50,  $4.00, $5.00, $6.60. $7.50 and $10.00.  Neckwear  The newett thine in Ladiet Collart in  Tailored and Modioi effeolt, madt up  in Sheer Organdies, Laces tnd 1'iuueo,  ranging in prioe from 25o., to $3.00.  The New Tango Belts and Girdles  oome in .different widths and in very  pretty shades. Prioet from 76o��� up  to $3.50.  Fancy Combs  Hair Pins and Bandeaux  Hand grilled, in Blaok, Amber, Pearl,  Shell. Prices 50c. 75o., $1.00, $1.(0,  $3.50, $3.50 and $6.00.  ' Hand Bags  In all stylet. Seal, Suedt, Gun Metal,  and Bead.   Prices from 11.60 to 113.00  Linens  Gloves  In aU kinds and Bizet in Kid, Suede,  ml Dog Skin, lined with fur, fleece  and silk. Alao a larga variety ol  Wash Fabric Gloves in White, Cham-  oir and Gray. Prioet 50c., $1.00, $1.71!  $2.60, $4.00 and $5.60.  Wa have a very larut variety of Madeira Linent in Centra Pieoet, Runnart  e"d Five-O'olook Tea Seta o! thirteen  plows. Large Centre Pieot 94-inch and  six taoh 10 x (-inch at $6.60. ' Then  we oonsidor exceptional valut. We alto havt oolored Linen Contra Pieoet,  Table Runners and Cushion Tops at  various prioet, ran-ine from 66e. '-  $6.60.  to  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED


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