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 tCdaUma  Mttfitb  VOL VI. NO. 18.  35BB=eSBB-BBB==!SB=====  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1914.  $1.50 Pe  Rutland News  (Tnm <  Mrs. Locke, after several months  stay in the States, arrived home on  Tuesday.  , Mm. Frank Harrison and family have  arrived in the district from England  on Monday. They will be staying  here for tiie summer. Mrs. Harris is a  sister-in-law of Mr. A. B. Harrison.  G. B. Wills li'ft Kelowna on Monday  for Vancouver Island after a brief unit to Mr. W. R. Reed. Mr. Villa und  Mr. Seed are old members of the Boyal North West Mounted Police and  were stationed in the Yukon together.  There wi'l be an Knglish churoh ser-  vioe in the old school house at 11 a.  m., next Sunday.  Mr. T. Pow, of Wolseley, Sask., is  on a visit to his son Frank, for a  few days.  Mr. Jas. Kinoaid left this morning  for a business visit to the coast.  .  ���  .  ���  W. E. Adams left for the coast    on  Friday last.  ��� ���  .  .  Ben Smith, a member of the McKenzie Co.'s staff, left on Tuesday for a  two week's holiday in Vancouver.  ...��  Mrs. C. H. Wallis and family    were  passengers on Monday's boat, having  concluded a visit to E. C. Mclntyre.  ....  Mrs. D. 0. Campbell is visiting Mr.  and Mrt. C. C. Chittenden at Pentioton.  ��� .  ���  ���  Mr. MoKay ot P. B. Willits k Co.,  returned to the city yesterday   after  a short visit to Haloyon Hot Springs.  t t  t  t  Godfrey Groves,     ton of Mr. F. W.  Groves arrived hr.m,- on Friday last,  after a trip to England. '  t t  t t  C. K. L. Pyman, who has bean visiting the old oountry was an   arrival  on yesterday's boat.  ....  The Ladies' Hospital  Aid will hold  their   next    regular    meeting in the  Board of Trade rooms Monday, March  30th at 3 p.m.  ....  An,epidemic of grippe in the Pontic-  ton schools has raised some discussion  at to whether   it would be - advisable  to close the institution for a week.  .  .  ��� ���  Mr. and Mrs. Harker of Glenmore  arrived home yesterday after an extended holiday tour abroad. They were  met by a number of their friends.  ��� ���  t  ���  Mr.   J. B. Silver   and family,    of  Glenmore were arrivals on Monday afternoon's boat after staying the winter with friends in Danville, Quebec,  ....  Rev. Thos. Greene left the oity on  Monday for a few days visit to Nelson, where a meeting of the synod is  to be held.  ....  Among the    passengers on Tuesday  morning's boat were Mr. and Mrs. J.  Booth, bound for Wawota, Saskatchewan, where they will reside in'future,  ....  Among the Kit ol directors of the  Kelowna Poultry Association should  have been included Messrs. J. C. Stock  well and D. Middleton.  . .  .  *  0. T. Moras  was a passenger    on  Monday's boat.   Hi has bean vitlting  Mr. and Mrs. Lund, ol Benvoulin,   lor  a few days.  . .  . t  There will be a meeting ol those interested in Cricket on Friday, March,  27th in tbe offices ol Kewetson k Mantle, Ltd., at 8 p.m. all interested are  requested to attend.  *  ���  .  ���  Albert Curtt, who had been on s  visit home tor the past few days, left  Monday morning to resume bis duties  near    Armstrong, where be and    his  lather own ranches adjoining,  tot*  Tha   Bev. J. O'Brien, who has, lor  ths part eighteen months, been pastor  of tha Benvoulin . Presbyterian church  will preach his farewell services there  on Sunday next.  . . ��� ���  Mr. J. Gibb, who has been engaged  in oonduotlng government packing  schools throughout the provinoe tor  the past lew months returned to tbe  oKy on Monday.  The Benvoulin Literary Sooiety will  meet at the home ol Mrs. Fisher  Friday night, the 27th.   Papest'will be  given, on the "higb cost jj>llvi'ug and  the remedy for same."  The   Bank of    Monti  hand* of the painters am  will soon assume a neater 'aJgeoriiWi'  than    it has    done    hitherto  briokwork is    to receive several cot  of paint.  .... /  Mr. Fred O'Neil, who has been confined to the hospital for the past six  weeks, suffering nn attack of typhoid  has sufficiently recovered to bo removed to his home. He expects to be out  in a' few days.  ....  The ladies of Knox church will hold  the first af a'Bories of Homo Cooking  sales on Saturday afternoon, March  28th, beginning at 3 o'clock in the  vacant store next to Mr. Croft's boot  store.  ....  Mr. A. L. Lance, proprietor of the  A.L.L. Dairy, is opening a retail storo  next Wednesday in tho store immediately north of tho Kelowna Furniture  Co. It is the intention to sell milk,  cream, butter, eggs, etc  ....  Efforts are being made to change  tho name of the new C.P.R., passenger  boat now in tho finishing stages of  construction at Okanagan Landing  from "Sicamoiis"- to "Summerland."  ....  An offer made by Mr. D. W. Crowley  to the park committeo to supply them  with two golden pheasants was accepted at a recent meeting. Mr. Crow  ley made the offer on condition that  the city would supply a pen to Bholter  the birds ia tho park  .  .  .   .  In the MethodiBt church on Sabbath  morning the pastor will discuss "Why  God Tempted Man" and in the evening  by request deliver a speoial addross  to tho ladies of tho congregation.  Special music will be rendered.  .... *  Considerable horror was felt, says  tho Summerland Review by the ladies  who, attended the Friday afternoon  poultry demonstration nt Peachland as  thoy were convinced in their own  minds that the chickens were plucked  while still alive.  ��� 00*  A nasty accident befel C. Adams  while working at the saw mill on Saturday last. He was piling up lumber wbonsomo of it fell nn his hand,  breaking a couple small bones. He  went immediately to the hospital  whore the injuries wsre attended to.  ....  An enjoyable party was hold on  Thursday evening Inst at the homo of  Mr. B. Johnstone. Wolseley avenue,  who entertained the staff of the McKenzie Co., of whieh h ia a member,  and other friends to celebrate tho occasion of hia marriage.  ....  The death of Mrs. Hobcrl Gray ot  Okanagan Mission on Thursday last  removes a popular resident from that  distriot. Mrs. Gray had been an invalid for some years, consoiuently was  unable to get about very inui-li. Ihe  funeral at Okanagan Mission, whieh  was largely attended, took place on  Saturday the Rev. Thos. Greene' eon-  ducting the service.  ��� t   t   o  For some time the members of (he  English church have been trying to  obtain permission of tho Bishop of  this diocese to ubs the old church building for secular purposes. The permission has been obtained on condition  that the chancel be removed. This  is now being done, and the building  will bo fitted up for meetings, etc.  ....  Mr. and Mrs. Fallis with their boy  arrived last week on a visit to Mr.  and Mrs. L. V. Horrors. Mr. Fallis has  recently concluded the exchange of bit  Vanoouver property with Mr. C. C.  Knight for a ranch on the Black Moun  tain road. He left a few days Inter  for Elbow, Sask,, leaving Mrs. fallis  and son in Kelowna where they will  stay for a short time.  ....  The basebaU fan* of the city will  no doubt regret to learn that Chester  Davidson, who it was hoped would remain here for tho summer and do the  catohing for the local dub has been  removed to North Bend, Ore,, where  the Grant Smith Co., have a contract  in connection with the Coos Bay  Branch of the Great Northern railway.  He left this morning tor Us new position.  Has Important Street  Lighting Scheme  MoMASTER-FITZHERBERT  AXBfrSUBMITTED OF EXPENDITURE   IN  PARKS���PLAN   TO  EXTEND WATER INTAKE.  A special .meeting of the council was  held last week to consider a report  from the Light and I Water, Committeo,  which contained somo important recommendations respecting tho lighting  of tho streets. The report suggests  that tho aro lamps whioh are now  scattered in various parts of the city  should be concentrated in the business  section, and that the residential districts be lighted by means of a series  of Tungsten lamps. The report is  given in full below:  To His Worship tho Mayor  and City Aldermen:  Gcntlemon:  The Water and Light Committee, after considering the tenders submitted  for supplies in their departments, bogs  to submit for your consideration the  following recommendations:  That the City purchase from the  Buffnlo Meter Company.  100, J" by 3" Bronze Wator Meters,  i��8s.-10, f.o.'b., Kelowna.  50, 3" Bronze Water Motors, ��  812.00, f.o.b., flielowna.  10, 1" Bronze Wator Meters, @  81G.80 f.o.b., Kelowna.  with 100 Dial Extensions und Curb  Boxes. This is the samo type nnd  grado of meter as those formerly ^ installed. We would like to see all services motored; but it would require an  additional 100 meters to do this, and  we trust these will be supplied as soon  as the money market assumes its normal condition..  You will note that in this recommendation there is a larger proportion of  %'* meters than in former orders. Wo  find, howover, that a f "'meter has a  capacity of 1200 gallons per hour Bnd  will furnish sufficient water for four  lawn sprinklers, and should fill the  requirements of 75 por cent., of our  services.  In reference to Electric J.ight ] Supplies wo aro at present using tho  Westinghouse Meter, and see no reaion  why the city should discontinue their  uso. 'Thoy can bo secured in Vancouver, nnd probably through Kelowna  dealers in small quantities, as required.  We would rccommond the purchase ol  10 Ludlow Hydrants, price $42.00, f.o.  b., Kelowna. This prioe it about 810  highor than tho No. 3 Eclipse, recently installed. Tho Ludlow is, however,  the standard hydrant in general use,  and in advising their purchase we  thought it might bo feasible to supply  tho business section of the city with  these, und transfer tho small hydrants  nt present in this section, to tho outlying districts.  The city should at once secure a  recording watt meter, to register the  output of current at tho power hous".  Wo ure particularly anxious that n  moro satisfactory system ofi si reel  lighting should he installed. At present there are 66 incandescent street  lamps burning continuously and consuming 11450.00 worth of ourrent per  annum. Tho committeo hna in view a  system of series-Tungsten lamps on  two circuits, controlled from the power house. Tho present aro lamps  might bo retained in the business section, and could be used on tho same  circuit as the Tungsten Lamps. .About  300 lamps would be required. These  with 'the brackets, .would cost approximately 98.50 each. Two regulators,  costing $500.00 each, would be required, provided Tungstens were,used on  the pretent aro circuit. Tho system  could bo installed by our looal staff,  and would cost approximately $4500,  exclusive of the eity lineman's time.  We would suggest that an electrical  engineer bo employed to lay out the  system. The Inmn reforrod to is moro  efficient and much more durable than  rhe ordinary Tungsten, the ratio bring  as follows:  Lighting Tungsten  Efficiency Duration  1.25 watts per C.P.   1000 hrs.  Seriea Tungsten  1.00 watt* por C.P.   4000 hrs.  We trust that the oity will take'  steps to improve the intake aorvico of  our pumping system.  Respectfully submitted,  W. E. ADAMS.  Chairman.  Alderman Sutherland said he had  discussed the improvements to tho  street lighting with Mr. Yuill of Mat-  he, Yuill & Co.,, and also with,a representative of the Canadian Westing-  house Co. Mr. Yuill had offered to  prepare plans for the system on a  2J per cent., basis.  Speaking of improvements which had  beon suggested to the water intakes,  Alderman Sutherland stated that at  present tho intakes were 600 feet in  length, the ends being about 50 feet  below tho surface of the lake. One  was of six inch and the other of ten  inch pipe. He was of opinion that  they should be extended at least another 400 feet.  A resolution was passed adopting  the report as above, and authorizing  the purchase of tho meters and hydrants mentioned. The Water and  Light Committee were also authorized  to secure the services of a consulting  engineer for the now lighting system.  Alderman Copeland asked that the  council would sanction the commencement of tho street work, contained in  his report at tho last meeting.  Alderman Sutherland reminded tbe  council that there were as yet no funds  available for the purpose, and that if  any work were done some arrangement  would have to bo mado to defer the  payments.  Alderman Copeland also asked the  counoil to fix the rate of pay to  teams, but this was referred to the  Board of Works. ;  At the regular meeting on Friday  morning considerable time wat taken  up by a discussion on a letter (rom  tho Board of School Trustees in fur  ther reference to the charge of hooli  gun conduct on tho part of some ol  the sohool children. The trustees wero  apparently, from the tone of the letter somewhat ruffled by tho general  charges made and asked the council  to substantiate them by giving names  anil all details.  Il was dooided, however, that as the  mailer had been brought to the atton  tion of tho council that body had fulfilled its duty by placing it before  the schoul trustees.  A petition was read from residents  on l''uller and Wilson avenues complaining of certain persons who were  keeping live stock around in such a  way as to be a danger to tho health  of Ihe neighborhood. The matter was  referred to tho Health Committee but  il was stated that the nuisance was  already being removed.  A number of petitions were before the  counoil lor plan't an 1 e-.un nt, sidewalks  Mayor Jones said thero wero a juin-  lier ol others yet to come in nnd he  suggested that tho council advertise  in Ihe paper, sotting April 10th as the  limit of timo in whieh such petitions  could bo received for the present year.  Tho council could then deal with the  whole of them at onee. It was decided to take this course,  Tho following accounts wero .los'ed  fur payment:  K. Irwin, work on    sewerage  system     si   1.50  A. Aekroyd, work on sewerage  system        1.60  John   Poller,     reimbursement  for repairs to window brok-  en by a oity employee        1.00  O. K. Lumber Co.,    lumber ...    45.25  Okanagan  Telephone  Co      19.90  Messrs Hume k Temple, lees ...   125.00  Kelowna Reoord   221.00  R. II. Korr      30.CC  R. B. Kerr     30.00  Dalgleish k  Harding, attendance with auto at  fires      20.00  Kelowna    (jarago k Machine  �� orks, attendance with auto  St fires      1(1.00  ('.  P. R.,    freight        0.04  I). McMillan, digging grave ...      MOO  A. Gagnon, work in park        4.50  C. A. Washburn,   refund     ro  wire connecting skating rink 22.00  Power house pay   roll, Feb....   660.00  G. If. Dunn, salary     166.6S  G. II. Dunn, balance of January tnlary     16.96  F. V. Royle, salary  !   110.00  balance of Jas'tary salary ...    20.00  W. H. Bonnie, salary      90.00  balance ol January salary...    10.00  On Saturday, March 21st Mr. Thos.  A. McMaster, second son of the late  Hugh McMaster of India was married  to Miss Lilian Maud Fitzllerbert, eldest daughter of the late Gorad Horno  Fitzllerbert, Hampshire, England. The  Bev. Thos. Greene officiated.  Mr. Chris Feggaras went up,to Vernon this morning on business.  ...��  The death took place on Monday  morning at the hospital of Mr. James  Campbell of Harvey avenue. Mr.  Campbell, who had but recently attained the age of 80 years, had resided in Kelowna for the past seven  years. Prior to coming to this part  of the country he had lived near Brandon where he had a homestead and to  which city he emigrated from Scotland over 20 years ago. The funeral  took place    on Tuesday, the services  being conducted by the Rev. A. Dunn.  ....  As the result of a runaway at Ben  voulin last Saturday afternoon, Mr.  A. W. Cooke, who resides in .the district was badly shaken and bruised,  but luckily escaped serious injury. Ue  was out driving near his' home, when  ono of the horses shied at a passing  automobile, and jumping suddenly side  ways, got its log over one of tho tugs.  This scared the animal, and it began  to kick, getting further entangled.  Finally the horses started to run  aud Mr. Cooke was pitched out, fall  ing on his head and shoulders. He was  Carried into the nearest house, which  happened to be Lund's, whore his injuries were iattended to by Mrs. Lund,  The team waa stopped by Mr. Moran,  who was visiting at Mr. and Mrs.  Lund's ut the time.  Fire Visits  P. I). Dunn, salary    100.00  It. Sutherland, salary    125.00  Albert Gibb, salary      85.00  A. B. Davy, salary    166.66  Dr. Keller, office rent      27.50  H. I. Johnston, rent of police  office  :     40.00  Fred Swainton, street work ...    96.00  W. Sabine, sewerage work      90.23  G. F. Teal,   work on waterworks and si reels   ...   100.00  J. A. Bigger, salary      25.00  P. Coffey, W. W. work      12.02  Alderman Duggan, chairman of the  Parks Committee submitted an estimate of the proposed expenditure this  year as follows:  Supervision of work     125.00  Care of park    500.00  Three drinking fountains     150.00  Extra man for general work      75.00  Two sprays with hose  ,   100.00  Two pheasant pens      50.00  Trees and shrubs     100.0"  Repairs to band stand      50.00  Grovel walk extrusion    500.00  Sundries     350.00  This reaches a tolal of 92,000 which  was the same as the amount of the  grant last year.  It was mentioned that the park commissioners wore anxious to have the  city water extended as far as the  now recreation ground. This had been  seeded down and the grass was coming up nicely but would mod water  vory soon. It was also mentioned  that the uoinmissioners had discussed  tho advisability of asking for the use  of the government dredge, to clear  away tho mouth of Mill Creek. This  however would entail considerable expense and it was thought that possibly a man with a team and soraper  could do moot of the work.  Alderman Battonbury handed in a  list of supplies needed for the Fire  Hall and a resolution was passed authorizing their purchase.  Alderman Copeland BubmiWod prices  whioh he had obtained on a wheel  soraper whioh he said was very neoes  sary for the street work and a resolution was passed authorizing the purchase of a scraper with a oapaoity of  15 cubic feet from the Kelowna Implement co., for 965.  Alderman Adams statod tho Water  k Light Committee had engaged an  engineer lo take levels for another  five hundred font out Irom the power house with a view to extending the intnke pipo for the water  work*. The bench sloped very gradually at this point nnd it had been  necessary to go out 500 foot to get  another 100 feet of depth. He handed  in a contour plan, whioh ��� was turned  over to the committee who would report at the next meeting at to the  east ol the extension.  Owing to a fire which broke out1 in  tho upper story of the "Reoord" offioe  building at about 1.30 this morning  the present issue has been printed  somewhat under difficulties. The Origin  of the fire is not quite clear but it  evidently started in one ol the upper  rooms. 'Though the damage by lire  was confined to the upper-Boor where  a quantity of tents and camp equipment was stored, the water'completely flooded the Record offioe doing a  large amount of damage to, paper  stock and machinery. Although the  actual loss, which has not yet been  estimated, is covered by insurance considerable inconvenience has been caused.  It is entirely due to the splendid  promptness of the fire brigade, who  wero summoned by Mr. Claude Newby,  along with the assistance of Mr. McLean with the private hose from the  new Hank of Commerce, that the building and contents were not entirely  destroyed.  The fire put the plant temporarily  out of business, but some of the staff  were on hand as soon as the firemen  shut off the water and by working all  night we had the wheels going round  again by noon today, so that wo can  put out the "Record" as usual.  A stabbing affray took, place las'  Wednesday evening among somo Hal  ians in the Boarding House on Bernard Avenue, in which one man wa-i  badly wounded with a knife in th:  back by his brother. The offende-  was fined $100 and oosts and anoth-  ���nan who joined in the quarrel 925  ind costs.  O  A meeting of the Kelowna Rowing  club will be held April 2nd in the  Board of Trade rooms at 4 o'olock.  ANNUAL MEETING OF WOMEN'S  AUXILIARY OF ST. MICHAELS  The Women's Auxiliary ot St. Vioh-  aels church held their 10th annual  meeting on March 20th.  Holy Communion was celebrated at  10.30 a.m., with address by Bev. Mr.  Greene.  A large meeting of 45 members as-  lembled for the transaction of business  at 2.30 p.m., in the Kellar block.  Tho Society's work has been one of  .'������cat zeal and usefulness to the church  during the year. The following officers were elected for 1914:  President.���Mrs. DuMoulin.  First Vice-Pros.���Mrs. Binger.  Second Vioe-Pres.���Mrs. Shepherd.  Secy.-Treas.���Mrs. D. Crowley.  Cor.-Secy.���Mrs. W. C. Cameron.  Leaflet Seoy.���Mrs, Gardiner.  Dorcas Secy.���Mrs. James.  FOOTBALL GAME, KELOWNA  VS VERNON ON SATURDAY  Tho Kelowna rugby football club  will play Vernon at the Cityi Park on  Saturday next, March 28th. Kick off  at 4 o'clock sharp. It is to be hoped  '.hat a large crowd will turn out and  give their support to the club, '.'lie  natch should be g very good one and  very keen. Mr. Owen, ol Vernon has  vory kindly presented a cup lor competition between Kelowna and Vernon  and this match is the first of 'he seres to be played to decide lor bo trophy, Kelowna play at .Vernon on  April 4th and Vernon will appear here  again on Good Friday, April 10th.  Kelowna at Vernon on Easter Monday  April 13.  Nevit season it is hoped to form a  Rugby Football league throughout the  valley and if tba same is successfully  formed Mr., Henderson of Vernon has  promised a cup to be competed for  annually by valley teams.  The .team lor next Saturday it a  fairly good one but inclined to be  rather weak forward, owing to the absence of Pyman, ,A. Taylor and Hey-  land. |  The team will be composed ol the  following playen: W.. Hoy-land, Wilton,  Whillis, Favoil,. BeU, Hopkins, Manifold, Lloyd, Matbiat, Fordham, Ait-  kens, Anderson, J. Thomson, Standing, P. Cameron.  Mr. C. MoDougall, el Summerland  collage spent a few hoars in tbe city  on Wednesday renewing old acquaintances. "Mao" worked behind the bat  lor Kelowna the second game of last  season and acquitted himself creditably  He aayt he will probably spend tbe  uner in this vicinity. .Zfe.'.'.'.-.  ,r��� ������   ,:- u " -1 ��� !.��� ;'-.'-'��������� iin.i  KKtOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAy, MARCH 26, 1914  IS  ��w  ��� a o  a * S S fj-d  Bf-   9   5   h   8   tf  8 I 3 I 5.5TC.B 2 ���< a W  i��P'llKlisia.|  "- sr��s a a i i:ri.8  "8"'  .r  ii!  S-'SS'tl:'  t��*|  Hianiifti  ���fp  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full supply of Hams  and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  ��^%*\/V>*^V^r*^WV^i^N*'\inrf M  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  ���bout loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, later and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miss th* opportunity of selecting a few acres of this deairable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Arc now  compkU'lv equipped to supply all   your  lumV r iimls.  V r have now a !.n "c stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  or   liifli   cmde   qimlifv ami in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds ol buildings.      Resident*, aad Modern  Bungalows ��� Specialty.  Inferior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have .a full line ol inferior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up.  to-date wall hangings. Call and inaptct my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  p*H||ij.||VllMi   Our List of  POULTRY FOOD  I lb. or 100 lbs.  WHOLE WHEAT  CRUSHED WHEAT  WHOLE CORN  CRUSHED CORN  BONE MEAL  CRUSHED BONE    ,  OYSTER SHELL  BEEF SCRAPS  POULTRY TONIC  CHICK FOOD  Specially for young chicks  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Fire Proof construction Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The |cind that guarantees your success  Timothy and Clover Seed for sale  We are agents for the  "De Laval" Cream Separators  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street fie Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  NEW GOODS THIS WEEK  New Carpets  We have just received a large new shipment comprising tome  beautiful examples of the weaver's art.   Call in and see them  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Door*, Window*.  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limitsd  s*V\/\/V%^VV'W'��^SriS/��^VVSr,V\r��VNr'\/V>^^  bar$  intliewj  Seeing is believing.  Do  not pass the  windows of this store without looking for the latest  grocery bargains.  Every week there is something new;  something you may need; offered  far below the usual price  Watch Our Windows  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWET80N and MANTLE, Ltd.  Some of the Big Bargains offered for Saturday  Best Ginger Snaps...2 lb. 25c  Brooms, good quality, 50c ech  Canned Blueberries, 2 for 25c  DONT MISS THESE SPECIAL'S  Handy Ammonia 15c pk  For Housacleaning  B.C. Milk, large aize 2 for 25c  Sw.ft.s Shoulder Hams, 20c lb  THESWREOFi  ��� . v  SPRAY  AND  FIELD SEEDS  Call, or Phone 29, for  PRICES AND TERMS  KELOWNA GROWERS' EXCHANGE  mm  We have what you want���  O-Cedar Mops and Polish  Carpet Sweepers and'  Vacuum Cleaners  Curtain Stretchers  Liquid Veneer  In fact, everything to make housecleaning easy  Morrison-Thompson  p������.44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  ummm .TnUBSDAT, MABCfl 46, 1914  9MWSamm)gmmmm*sss=BBassm  KELOWXA RECORD  ���ass~.i"'."i '.     _=���  CENSUS OF THE EMPIRE  Lime-Sulphur Spray  No Sludge  No Salt  No Impurities  23 CENTS PER GALLON  F.o.b. Factory  Guaranteed 30�� Beaume Reading  NO CHARGE FOR BARREL  Order at once.   Our output is nearly  sold, and-time is short  Okanagan Spray Factory  Phone 249  MOON BROS.  Ellis St., Kelowna  Spring Planting  Shade Trees  Fruit Trees  Small Fruits  Hedge Plants, Flowering Shrubs, Rose Bushes  Hardy Climbing Roses, Hardy Early Sweet Grape  Vines, Gladiola, Cana and Dahlia Bulbs  PLEASE GIVE ME YOUR ORDERS EARLY  17-0  J. C. Stockwell, NvMrsau        Kelowna  Il Wood!   Wood!  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-inch  Or any length eat lo order  Cuaranteed dry wood ready (or burning  Try our special Furnace Length.   You will be pleased  Spatial Tanas (or Urge quantities  Cash Prices  (Delivered anywhere in town)  One to four, ricks $2.30 per rick  Five to nine ricks $2.25  ���   ��� ,  Ten ricks or over $2.15   ���   ���  |     TELEPHONE '������ ���    183     |  Madaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanugan Loan fit Investment Co.  Tho British Empire now has a population of 419,000,000 of .whom 57,000,-  600 live in ths United Kingdom, Oi the  382,000,000 who live'outsids the British isles, the great majority is com-  'posed of tho population of India, lie  have compiled from comparative fig;  ures recently published some statistics  of the population of the Empire i ut-  side United Kingdom showing the total  ���for race and color fo: the 362,000,000  'people involved:  Brown     306,614,000  Black      23.819,600  Yeliow      14,516,200  White      14,081,800  Malay        1,620.000  Mixed  .-       1,013,600  I'ol/nojian   217,200  Kod   108,600  IVol  362,000,000  Tha {,'overnunje of tlio members of so  many race's and colors, so numerically  strong and possessed of such diverse  problems, is a task of an unprecedented character. Tho olaim of a common  citizenship, whatever power it may  have had-in empires of Ihe past, is  not a Iron! ol imperial unity in the  Ilritish domain. Australia has set  her face steadily towards tha dream  of keeping her country for the white  people only, and she is substantially  realizing her desire, for only come 117  out of each 10,000 of h-jr population  are of a different color. In Can-id i  the population is practically the same.  New Zealand, with her Maori population, has a Rmallor proportion of the  whites, although thov number approximately 94 per cent of the total population. In South Africa, whore thj  co'or problem is most acute, there aro  1,250,000 Africanders and Europeans  living side by side with colored races,  who eompri-o 78 per cent of the total  population of tho country. The European eloment in India, were it not  for the armed forces there, is almost  negligil h, for. including ihe whole  body of oTicials. inerJi-n's, women  and children, tho proportion of whiles  to natives is only 6 per 10.000.  The problem of how to nssimilate,  not the people, but tho principles of  liberty and justice in thoir appeal to  flo manv different shnrhs of o' inion, is  one that r.-^oars destined to grow  harder with the vcare.  BAPTIST YJUNG FfcOPLES'  SOCIETY  Aa interesting and instructive paper  en the rise and development of music  ; was read at tho meeting of the Bap-  : tist Youuj People's Society 'on Mon  day evening by Mr. A. F. l'elton on  behalf of Mrs. Pelton. The writer  said that as far back as could be  - traced prehistoric man had hie miuio.  Primitive I lutes made from reindeer  horn had been found in a cave which  was inhabited in the stone age, and  many pre historic metal horns had  been unearthed anion; the relics of the  bronze nge. From two or three notes  the musical scale grew in various and  widely different forms among the undents, the five toned scale being used  by the Chinos as many as 4000 y are  ago. The paper went on to trace tho  riso of musio through the Greek and  Roman periods on to the early Christian period, in which it became a great  power. The ovolution continued with  varying success on through the ages.  Composition, oratoria anl opera work  wero dealt with in an interesting wav  and tho lives and contributions to  music of such well knov.n lights in  the musical world as Pursell. Bach.  Ilnndol, Von Cluck, Hadyn, Mo;ut,  Beethoven, Von Webber, Sohub*rti  Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Rossini, Gounod  and Wagner were desoribed. The subject was illustrated with selections o!  music of some of the great masters.  Those who contributed to this, inter-  estipr/ part of the evening's entertainment being Mis��;s. M. Dufgan end  f*na Wilson (duet) Meiws. K. Pedlar (so'o); S. Weeks nnl Harold Et-  ter, the last of whom accompan:ed on  the organ and abo played a soleotion.  WHY LIVING IS HIGH  ARTIFICIAL MILK  The London Times says that ihere  has been brought to perfection in a  London laboratory, a process- of synthetically manufacturing pure, wholesome and highly nutritive milk, minus  the dangers of the original article  from the cow. Tho discovery originated years ago when a Chinaman  thought that the soya bean, prepared  with native nuts, might be a possible  substitute for milk.  A German chemist improved on this  by suggesting a composite fluid, including correctly proportioned ingredients of cow's milk. The manufactured  milk is based on rasin obtained (rom  the soya bean with acids, sugars and  salts added. Bacili will be introduced  to manufacture cheese and butter. It  is asserted, the "milk" will be manufactured cheaper than the ordinary  Bilk can be supplied to the consumer.  The story of tho adventures of a  head of cabbage in New York is (old  by the Now York Press. It casts illumination upon the much discussed  high cost of living. The cabbage is  raised by a farmer in Connecticut. The  comparatively snisll farmer will s:nd  1800 to 2000 heads of cabbage to New  York. For oue head he receives a  cent and a half. Thon the head goes  to the commissi, n merchant. He lives  on Riverside Drive and pays 12,000 a  year for his apartment, and keeps an  automobile. He spends $7,000 a year  to live. Next the cabbage is sent to  the wholesaler. He lives on Wist Knd  Avenue. He pays $1,8110 for his  apartments and keeps an automobile  His living expenses nre $6,000 a year  no sends tbe cabbage to the jobber,  who lives in an apartment whieh costs  him $1,500 a year���on Broadway, he  keeps an automobile and spends $5,000  a year. From him the cabbage gnjf  to the rotailer, who lives in a $700  apartment on a side street, has a corner store for which ho pays $125 a  month rant, keeps two delivery wag  one nt a cost of $140 a mon'.h, and  spends 8:1,500 a year on his living  Finally Ihe cabbage gets to ths on  sumer. He livos in an apartment for  wlii Ii lie pays $10 a month. lie'rides  in tho trolley car or the subway, he  spends nil . he can make or a Utile  morn to live, and he pays 13 cents for  that head of cabbage.  ENGLISH ADMIRAL GUEST OF HONOR AT REVIEW AT SAN HOUSTON  This pioture shows a party af notables inspecting ths new portable ma-  chine gun Bow in use by the 11. S. cavalry. Two enlisted men of the third  rnvalry, U.S.A., are showing the workings of ths gun to Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock, in commend of tho British fleet in Meslcan waters. The  admiral is banding over tho gun. Standing back of him is Lieut. Cavendish, H.M.S., Essex. At the rear o' tho group is Adjutant General Henry  llnlchine of tin Texas National Guard; beside him in the slouch hat is Gon-  oral Tnsker H. Bliss, commanding tlioSoulhern Department .U.S.A., at Fort  Ban Houston, Texss, whore this picture was made.  Complexions  Preserved  Chapping, roughening,  freckling, ax, are su�� to  result from, exposure to  March winr'e unless the  skin is carefully protected  Our stock of  Cold Creams  Vanishing Creams  Toilet Creams  is very complete. Any of  them will afford 'u'l protection. No lady's toilet  is complete without a j.ir  or bottle of some one of  these creams.  P. B. Wilfits & Co.  Kelowna.     B.C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  Firewood  $2.25 c. o. d.  Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kdowu  Clifton Boarding House  GLENN AVENUE  Open December 1st. 1913  FIRST CLASS BOARD  WELL FURNISHED ROOMS  RATES MODERATE  arms on Application  Bos WO, Kelowna, B. C.  Caiuef Much Disease  Advice about Stesaacfc TroeMee  mi how to relieve than.  Don't neglect indifsetioa, for it  may teed to all sorts of ills snd oora-  ailliiatiansi Aa eminent peyettaso  ones said thu ninety-fire ptr csat ol  all ill. have their origin In a die-  On experience with Retail Dyspepsia Tablets leads us to believe  them to be one ot the moet dependable  remedies known for indigestion aad  chraeie dyspepsia. Their hun-edi-  ents ere soothing to the Inflamed  membranes of the stanch. Rich  In fenjb aad ftuw.ua>, two af ths  mriloiac, tta roM  very prompt,   Usedf  disorders.  relief they afford is  . , jaunt,   Used peraiiteotly sad  reejuubr tor a short time, they toad  Rani  insure  pains caused by stomaeb  Tablets  beta  its, aid  "  heelttjyTSpJut  gad promote i  tion, and promote nutrition. Aa  evidsase of our faith In thero, we sMt  you to try them et our risk. Ifthey  do DM give entire estisfMUon, we  will return the money you paid us  wltheat namMan or formality. Three  sues, U ess*. 60 ceot.. ted II.0J7  You sea haw JUial) Dyspepsia TsMHl  fa shls eesnSUlranly at oar store,  P. B. WRJJTS 8. CO.     Bernard Are  Small Brora In _  SrVniud But,  Hjtim i�� �� l_-  i- ordinary hll__ _ _  I to. vbeinitlgsr a  idea.  IkS Itmsa Stone era Asewtes'S  Dreg stores  Easter Gifts  in Cut Glass and Mrenrare  These goods, really to*  examples of the eeaeew'e  newt-.t patterns etdeebjjM,  telln moatconvincingstory  CntGIss* Berry Bawl., $3.25 -I18.ee  Nappies lo Mitch - 2m- 3.M  Cat Glaii VW ��� 3so- 12.es  Silver Fern Dishes . Zee- 6.59  Saver Friit Baskets- 4.50- 12.ee  We cordially invite you in  (o examine our Urge flock  ol   Rich   Cut Glua and  Silverware  W.M. Parker *Co.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block. K' lowre, D.<~.  Telephone 270  Afternoon Teas  miner     in    i       ii  Served with dainty cakes,  Crumpets & Cream PufTe.  15c.  Ice Cream  For PuLttc   or   Private   Func'iona  MADE TO YOUR ORDER  Oiders muit be received   not  later  titan one  d.ty previous to day o  delivery  For the Beat go to  Alsgard's  High Class Confectionery  ARlUN'ISTliATOR'S SALE  TIIE LeFEVHE ESTATE  For Sale by Tender:  In order to wind up the estate this  valuable properly will be sold, anil  tenders are invited for the purchase ot  same, up to March 20th, 1914.  Estate consists of 143 acres, mostly  under cultivation, with its own irrigation system, for f irther particulars  apply In Box 197, Kclowna. 12tl  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIXING  REGULATIONS.  Coal raining rights of tha Detninian  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, aad in a portion 'I  the Province, of British Columbia, mnv  be leased for a term of tweaty��u.  years nt an annuel rental of $1 a-e  'tcre. Not more than 2,500 acr.-.  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must I"  made by the applicant in person In  ihe Agent or Siili-Apnnl of the disti i  in which the rights applied for am  ���ituat��d.  In surveyed territory the land �������'  '���e described by sections, or loyal rah  divisions ol sections, and ia lneanev-  ��d territory the tract applied IW  ���ball be staked nut by the appllram  himself.  Knrh    application must Ire    aerr"  ani"<l by a   tec of 15 which will   h��  Wended if lite rights applied Kr  are not available bet not a'hetw:*.  K roynlly shall he psld on the ti��-  ���hanlablo output of the mine at thi-  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating- the mine shi"  I'uraish tho scent with sworn return.  accounting for the full quantity '���'  merchantable coal mined and pay II  i��yally thereon. If fh�� coal mlnir;  righte nre not being operated, surli  returns should bs tarnished sths't  nnos a Jfar.  The lease will innlude the eoal ml;  ng rights only, bat the leasee nci>  be permitted to purchase whal-xei  available snrlnce riirhts may be riw  sWered neosssary (Ior the working id  the mine at the rate of 110 an acr��.  Por lull information applioat'"-  should be made to the secretary ''  the Department of tha Interior, Oi  tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Arenl  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COKT.  Depaty Minister of the Interior.  NM!.��� Cnanthorlred publication ��'  this adrsrtlsement will not bs    paid ^==*=  ���ease*  sawi/ rf... ii 'i  mmm  I       KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914  Hurry Up for the  Clothing Club  I  There are nearly sufficient  �� members lo start the drawings  Remember that you lose  nothing and have 11 chances out of 25 to win something���it may be a $25  suit (or $3.  There is no reserve on your  choice of goods to ihe full  value of $25, whether you  win or not.  Payments-$3 first week,  and $2 a week for 11 weeks,  making $25 in all.    ���  If you want a Suit you  cannot beat a FIT-RITE.  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caeh Store  WILLITS* BLOCK      KELOWNA  Excavating and  Well Driving  8MSPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  DRAINS  by day or contract  C. LANCASTER  Cnwtfttm Ave.  P.O. Ho* bu  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  AU kiruh of Light  I l.tuling.    Prompt  attention giv n to  all orders  W. P. Meredith   -    Prop  Phone 65  ���raall at A.Cox'a Second-hand Store  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER At CONTRACTOR  Hatimatea furnished oja all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specification a prepared lor  town and country residencea  THREE MOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, ell filled with ball, roome,  W.C., hot water, cVc.  P.O. Bo* 185  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Dressmaking  '  Mrt. G.'A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29ih, lo  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  Houses  To Rent  mmmmmmmm-mmvm* mmmmMlmmmwmt**uwmmmaaamtw> ���  ���Ph.jr.e2l7     -     Leckie Blotl  Microbes in Your Scalp  Authorities say that a mlciobe  causes baldness. II you are losing  hair try our remedy at our risk, t,  ��� Professor Unne, ol Germany, and  Dr. Sabouraud, the great Frenoh  DermatologUt, claim that a n*  crobe causes baldness, and their  theory has been verified by eminent  scientists. This microbe destroys  the hair follicles, in time causing ths  scalp pores to close and the scalp to  become shiny. Then, it is believed  nothing will revive the growth. If  treated before this occurs, baldness  may be overcome  We know of nothing that has  given such universal satisfaction la  treating the scalp and hair as KexaU  "93" Hair Tonic. .It has been designed after long study to overcome  tho cause of falling hair as discovered  by Prof. Unna, Dr. Sabouraud end  other scalp and hair specialists, and  we believe it will do moro than say*  thing else can to remove dandruff and  stop falling hair; and If any human  agency can promote a new growth  '   of hair it will do that, too.  We want you to make us prove ii  We will pay for a month's treatment  of Roiall "93" Hair Tonio used during a trial, if you will me it according to directions, and are net  thoroughly satisfied. When we will  do this, you surely ahould not hesitate  to at least try it  Start the treatment today. Test  sure request will git year melsy  Wat H yea want Ik   Twe riaaa, NS  Sum  Tea see bur Ren* "��3B Hair Teals  ia m* soasneelty only at our step*  P. B. WILLITS ct CO.     Bernard Ave  J��e JeJSB ���!*"��  i.........  ,...��....�����  CORRESPONDENCE  SPRAYING IN THE DRY BELT  Editor Kelowna Record.  Dear Sir.   As thero haa been miBUn-  Ther. I. a Romll Store in nearly mo Iowa  rid oity Is the United, State* Canada and  Great BHula. Thare Is u differ.nl Built  ltemedy for nearly every ordinary human Hided! araeeially dralmed for the partleulu 01  for whloh it is recommended.  Tke Resell Stares are America's Oraetest  Drug States  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Mrs. M. E. Farreli  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, B.C  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Spring Suits an 1 Coats  And ia now ready to take orders tor  made-to-measure garments for the Crown  Tailoring Ce.  SECOND HAND  = STORE =  A. E. COX  Successor to H. Horrocts  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in tht House  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES. BEDS, TABLES,  etc.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Easy Terms, $3 per month.  Liberal Diacount for Cash.  Parts (or all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  ANYONE  CAM  ��� THlllt CLOTHES  WITH  DYOU  hTbe Dye that  i ANY KINO.  of Cloth Perfectly, with the  ���AMIOYL  deratanding ot the recommendations I  have mado, from time to time, aa to  the spraying of Iruit trees in the Dry  Belt sections, I desiro to put before  your readers a brief statement, which  I hope will serve not on'y to correct  wrong impressions, l5ut as a guide in  some measure to more efficient anl  more economical pest control.  At a meeting in Summerland a y.nr  igo, I pointed out that much unpro-  itable spraying had bees done because  itten there waa little or nothing    to  ipray for.     At that time, I had    re-  wrnoe to   the   uce of winter tpraya,  larticularly on apple trees.    In     ad-  Ireseing the   Summer   meeting ot ths  B. C. Entomological Sooioty at    Ver-  oon last duly, I gave an address   on  'The Economic side of Pest Control."  linos published by the society' copies  [if which   can be had from thia offioe  On both   occasion!, I pointed   out,  '.nd I    wish to    emphasize it further:  That the problem of   successful fruit  mature  is strictly    un economic one.  Print nittat be produced and so'd at a  nice that provides a margin of profit  to    tho r/rower.   Marketing    orgnniza  ion has been provided for the purpose  if scouring as high a price as possible,  ind ut the lowest coat lor packing and  and marketing; and the perfection   of  narketing   organization    should     ensure the highest selling price combined  with low costs for packing and aell'ng.  Gevei'tlulesB, I am convinced from tho  many    observations    in thit province  and elsewhere, which I have had con'  iderublo opportunity of making, that  he grower himself must strive lo   f'e  luce the costs of production.    Amour*  Ihe principal elements in the coat   ol  traduction is the cost of spraying.  My idea of Bprayin^ ia this:     ?ruil  ���rowing is not profitable unlose evory-  lrng is done both cheaply and   well,  ���vory unnecessary  expense in growing  ind marketing should be avoided but.  <n Iho other hand, nothing should be  minded that will increase ihe pro'its.  Ittr co't of producing a box of fruit  s high, nnd compared with our c-om-  . ctitors it is too high.     Why it is po  ���igh is quite    a long story": Wo   pay  <ur laborers well for one thing;     all  he 'materials nnd equipmrn'. we    use  ire expensive: and living is high;     1  telieve we have been doing a     little  00 much clean cultivation; and <eiuch  it our pruning has been so severe ns  'o prevent the trees from bearing what  hey should; the cost of marketing is a  arge item, which could perhaps bo re-"  duccd. I have studied many of these  luestions as thoroughly aa I could and  nay have some recommendations to  take, but with regard to the control  if peats, the question we should ask  lureelves is: "Can it bt done any  heaper and stilt be dono well?" Some  miaunder.il nnding arose because I said  1 believed it could be done both cheaper and better.  Many growers have to'd me, when  iskod, that thoy did not know what  hey wore spraying for. . They ahould  now. I'ntil a grower doea know the  icsts which affect Mb orchard or are  'able to affcot it, he cannot fight  hem either cheaply or well.  Comparing the Okanagan and the  littriet of Wenatchae, which are com-  larablt, except that Weaatchee has  -an Jose scale and the Okanntran h is  not. I found that in 1913 Wrni'.ohm  ised for winter spraying one - barrel ol  ima sulphur for every 25 acrea of orchard, and the Okanagan used one barrel for 20 acnes; yet, the Okanagan  t rem > a", on the average, muoh young-  ir and smeller than ihe Wcnalchee  trees and there ia no San Jote scale  lo control either, and moreover We-  natehea produces very clean Iruit. It  '��, esttrrmoly rare to find teals on the  'rait In their oreharda: certainly hardly ever in oreharda that are given  average care. In Wrnntcfaeo, Inapec-  <or Darlington listed to me that only  t'o I 10 per rent ot the bearing or-  him!" got lime sulphur every yean  'mi'i.'it aro wlnter-tprayed once in two  ������ (.Tires' years; non-bearing orchard <  . c .,'r.iytd evrn lets.  The groat majority of the apple or-  ttuiils of tho Okanngan, in my opin-  ii require a very limited amount ol  ���praying nt present. If ftphit it pret-  ��� ii', tlio Pluck Leaf-40 tpraya, applied  according to the department's author  r'ld (pray calendar, which will be it-  el shortly, should be entirely effective nnd additional sprayings may be  made if mcanary. If chewing insects  affect til?. Vn-vs or fruit, tiny en bo  controlled with arsenate of lead���2 lot.  to 40 gallons of water, applied as toon  at the injury is noticed. Appl.r tcab  It not a normal thing in the drv belt,  though tome wat pretent latt year due  to the very, heavv precipitation in May  and June. It would not pay to sprav  for appV tcab. except in low-lying and  vory sheltered orchards whose air olr-  oulatlon It very poor; and there are  ���erv few suoh orchard.,  It it conclusively demonstrated that  lime sulphur at any possible strength  does not destroy   all the aphit eggs,  nor is it noticeably a tonic to the  tree. Because lime sulphur haa ��uoh a  limited use, the total consumption  throughout the dry belt districts of  tho northwesterniBtates and B. Oi, is  decreasing rapidly. It is only fair  to say that in tho non-irrigated sections, more is being used each year.  Teach orchards should bo sprayed  with lime sulphur each year (!ust be  foro tha torminal buds burst; this  spi'ay, nt | ordinary winter strength,  thoroughly npplied, will control ii to  98 por cent of loaf curl and poach  worm without further application, nr.il  ordinarily this is all the spraying Hip  peach trees njed.  Tear trees ordinarily require very  littlo spray'n^. The pear leaf plug  n n be controlled with arsenate of  I. ad���2 pounds to 40 gallons of water,  or even weaker, applied any timo eltei  the leaves are fully out. Tho tnrno  spray controls the cherry loaf slug  and may usually be applied on ohorr)  trees after tho crop It removed.  When blight of the pear and applj  is prevalent or feared, tho sprayt (or  both lucking and. biting insectt should  hi used at required. In Okanagan  papers ol recent date, 1 tee a apra>  calendar purporting to be issued by a  member of the horticultural branch,  which recommends spraying the bios-  roms of trees with arsenate of lead to  kill the bees and other insects to pre  vent lh-?m carrying blight. ThiB would  be a questionable practice and advisable only in the most extreme cases.  'I hero are no records to show that it  haa e.or been triad in practice either  in America or elsewhere, so that its  value is theoretical. I might Bay that  tho spray calendar mentioned was nol  published by any member of tho horti  cultural branch of this department."  In preparing this letter lor publication in the dry belt sections i)t has  en my object to asaitt in forming  nublio opinion in favor of tho rational  uro 'of spraying. Tho recommendation  of needless spraying ia bound to create  n ru-aotion against the prnctico. Many  7rowers will po lo the opposite extreme and fail to do Ihe necessary  upray'ng, to Ihe injury of themselves  and to all their neighbors.  1'roncr sprnyintr with the right materials, at tlo right timo nnd properly  dono is en approved and efficient  method of controlling certain pests. It  to romc extent an insurance but it  manv cases tho premium hns bo"n too  hieh for Ihe protection secured.  Tt is mv hone that llm may orovo  f value iu enabling the growors to  determine what is best for, their own  nlacea. For practical information on  spraying, Iho cm'rol of pests generally, etc. the department has n series  of circulars and a spray calendar all  ol whVh will bo glad!}' sent on re  quest. Yonra very truly.  R. M. WINSLOW.  Horticulturalist.  TO EXTRACT A SPLINTER  None of the small accidents to which  everyone is liable is more annoying  than to have a sliver of wood stuck  into the hand. Moreover, it is very  painful if not promptly removed. If  the wood of the splinter it soft itt removal is not easy if attempted with a  needle or othor sharp instrument.  Steam may,^however, be employed  without inconvenience of pain, and it  very elective,  A wide-mouthed bottle, such at a  milk bottle, should bo filled full ot  water as hot ns tho glass will stand  and the injured part placed over the  mouth of tho bottle, pressing down  slightly and preventing any steam  from escaping. Thia will cause the  flesh to be drawn down ind in - mim  ute or so the steam will estraot th.  splinter, at the tame time relieving all  inflnmntinn.  This is n simiile bit nf information,  but well worth having.���"Populoi  Science."  THir.KE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it (or profit. But (here is also a lot of m< nry in it if  you'rlesire to raise them for your own table or to sell thVm  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard apace to a large  tract.   Call and see our list and let us alto -.  give you soma Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative it now in London, Eng.   Send in your  list   nd Ret in  touch .with English-buyers  Wheat, Oats, Bran, Short?, Flat Oats  Middlings, Barley Chop  Crushed Shell, &c.  y  PANTRY QUEEN FLOUR  Sold under a " money back'* guarantee.  Agent lor  WISCONSIN  INCUBATORS  130 Egg Incubator  130 Chick Brooder  BOTH FOR  $13.90  Sold under a guarantee to pleaae you  GOODS DELIVERED FREE ANYWHERE IN THE CITY  C. STOCKWELL  KELOWNA. B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian and new English Charcb.ee)  CUT FLOWERS ��-&5!r *"  POT PLANTS  ���      CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Pho�� ss ���     PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.Bo.i.7  SCENE FROM "DAVID QABRIGK" TO BE PLATED BY THE  OUCHABD PLAYEBS, MONDATf, APRIL ia THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1M1  KEM)WNA   RECORD  TffByS  Iritish Films for Canada  ���Htish     Firms''   Awakening     tp  the  Importance of the Dominion  Market  Am  musementf  Automobile  Dealers Will  Read This  Book With  Profit  DO you wirt to bow  how hum of die moil  successful automobile dealers  fa Canada have reduced  their expensive ground floor  ana in congested districts, '  and cut down their overhead  expense?  This Book will tell you.  Write for it to-day. Don't  put it pff and forget all  about it. You'll find on  pages 12 snd 13 information which may mean all the  difference between success  snd fsilure. Tear off the  coupon snd msil NOW,  before you have time to  forget.  OTIS-FENSOM  ELEVATOR COMPANY  ��� MIMITEO  SO BAY ST., TORONTO'  Fill.  COUPON "N-61."  Plesse send me your Book.   .  Name   "  Address   >^f<--r-.",-  .jf.-iV'-i-  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New end Second-Hand  Harness.   Special  Sanitary  Sweat  Pads end Back Pads,        They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET .   Hemes* Maker _ KELOWNA  Store,adjoining the 25c store  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Agents for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season's  Good*  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pressing Promptly.Attended to  Pendozi Street  Oppoiite Kelowna Furniture Co.  SAND FOR SALE  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  KELOWNA  Several correspondents writing L'Oia  v'anada to the Daily Mail complain of  Ihe lack of patriotic energy on1 tne  part of British film producers whicp  allows the Dominion to be floodml'  with moving picLur.s On American.tub-'  jocts. One correspondent expresses tht  hope that the British army film, which  shows completely the life of Tommy  Atlrins will also be exhibited in the  dominion. He concUdcs his letter by  'ieelarin���' that it would certaVy cause  i nioro martial spirit in Canada a*  ivoM as be u strong S'n.oarial link.  The army film wilt shortly be * tent  on a tour across Canada, and will al  o vinit. Australia.    Ths four will bt  nder the auspices of the British Wat  office, but ' the cost is being guaranteed privately. Regarding the flood of  Amerioan films in Canada,'and the  crowding from the- market of UrUrsh  films, several London purchasers explained that they originally sold ih.ni  entire rights to New York exchanges.  and these rights included Canada.  But now the Dominion has become  uch a large field that none of >heso  "ontructs are being renewed without  a revision which retains for the Brit*  ��� h" company alone the rights to exhib  it in Canada,  Several London produc'nj com*  c aires' have lately be^n preparing  special films for the Domin'on. On  '.he taking of ths Plains of Abraham  and Quebec is described as an accur  ite historic account of the British  conquest of Cumuli. Several others  taken in the Rocky Mountains,'With  nn English company, will be released'  in about a month.  "Even apart from patriotic motives  we look upon Canada" as a lucrative  field and another year should see a  score of English producers with Oa*  nadian agencies," declared om hading  British director whose name is a -big  one in the mo "ing picture world.  Mr. Duncan of the Kelowna Open*  House it might be mentioned, state  that English made films arc coming  to hand more frequently now than eve  before. This ha attributes partly to  the^fact that thaj*e has recently beon  a great improvement in British pro  du'etion, which has enabled them :o  force the:r way to the front. Ab a  matter of fact naxt week's list contains sevoral English films'. One is  "The Dramatic Story of tha Vote,'  made by the Clarendon Company o  London, England, being a historical  outline of "ffomms Suffrage" cam*  paign, working up to on i-naginir  future climax where John Bull settles  tho djflfi-o'iltv in a humorous nnd some  what, surprising manner. Soymon  Hicks dancing film on Tue3day- is another   one. '       '��� ,    ~,    K ''../"-  MOKfl EDUCATIONAL PICTURES  "From Hail-Splitter to PreBidont" a  two-reel photo play mode by the.yni-;  .vernal "Co'd Heal" Company; will he  (tie most interesting feature pf an  excellent program at the Opera ilousu  on ^Monday nest. -,    , ..      ,        ���  "Mr. Ford has long been famous as  (he imiersonator of Abe Linepln. ... He  has made an exhaustive ;st\idy pf Tin-  coin's life, personality and character-,  istics���he lias Bought out, percocmHy,  od vttcri ni, acquaintances of Lin  coin's and questioned them .with ran  eyri to acquiring that which- would allow h'm to po.travvevery min.ito detail pf tha former ['resident's attributes end oddities. In euoh plays as.  '*�� hcridan's Bide" ho achieved, wondor-  ful succasi in the ro'j of president. Bui  the' time came when Mr. Ford believed  'that two ree's devoted to ,tfie . -(root  statesman's life, from his rail-Bpl tting  days to his death���his love affair with  Ann IJutlcdgn and deep sorrow in contemplating the terrible costs of war.  would not be amiss. ,. .  The results of.-sta'elforts,. bqokad l:y  the Universal and their artists, *re le-  ydnd adapiate description. Cold typo  can never imtill the ^ense attitude of  expectancy, tha big heart Lhro1���. ths  flusfi and tingle of flaming patriotism  that tlvs masterful drama creates, And  such'a climax to this great life of foc-  rifice. It has ncerJbo'n dein a.ted by-  pen with the samo rrai:sro, vigor,, find  impressivrncrs that marks the ons to  be to-md in this "Cold,Seal'*. It is a  beautiful eVniav, sadvand memorable.  Lincoln is first seen as a rail-splHttcr  irr-the country, and evn thn he is tt  peacemaker. His I'fa, as a store-  Wotrpr, and his meet'ng with-An** i}*iit*  I-cdge follow. ITe proT?ose-T to her, and  his suit is unsuccessful. She dies and  Lincb'n is seen in. his first grave sor*  rowi mourn'n^ over her .grave,: -.  Abe is seen debiting with DqugUs.  and after a lapse pf time, he  is seen in the presidential chair. Hip  Federal army under Burnside. is retreating towards Wash'n;ton. L'noiln  visits McClellan, and i�� cheered by Afa  weary soldiers. Grant is-placed in  command of thr Federal army. T Up  Confederates are driven back. Many,  big battle seems are shown. L��e ciir  renders and with the retvrn of Mm ilo-  eimated Federal a**mv TJn*oln's Mi*n 1  rocs to thB liattb Held nnd the army  of d^ad.  The story md* when close friends or  the 'martyred siptosman read, of his  death and the country is thrown into  mounrn:*.  TOp OF OSIRIS FOUND AT'  1   ' ABYDOS  >E HAVE ON HAND A SfLEl-JblD STOCK OF  Brick; Hollow, Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES ,  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  .   104  Professor K. Navillo, in a loiter, pub-  liahed in The Times, on excavations of  the Egyptian exploration found at  Abydos expresses the .belie! that they  ave found "what Greek authors called the tomb of Osiris, where the head  of the god ia supposed to be preserved."  The t'xcavutions began at the door  which ProfosBOr Petrie discovered two  year, ago.; Thedoorwsy, Professor  Navilie thinks, was the entrance to a  paslagc leading to a subtorjancan  chapel under Iho temple of 6eti 1.  "We should never have expceteil  what wo found,'' hs continued. "Between the doorway And, ths temple is  a complete sanctuary, evidently of the  time of pyramids, very much ruined,  but built with huge niatoriala.  "It is rectangular. The cnMoaure  wall is twelve feet I hick and consists  of two different oanin^s, tho outer one  of rough limestone anl the inner one  of larg,v blocks of hard rod sandstone  Tho length of the inside IS ' thirty'  metres. Tlio enclosed spaco Is divided  :n'o threo naves,' parallel to the Ion,?  side. Tho division is made by huge  pillars of Amman grnnit-."  Tho middle nn-e. Prof sror Navllle  says, led to the erlil of tho wall' and  hero waa found a small door closed hy  btoeks of stone. .   - ' .  Part of Roof Intact.  "When wo had removed them." Pro  feasor Navillo saya, "we crept in'o a  largo hall, very similar to that at the  entrant, havimr the snmo width as*  tho' ' temple, twenty nrtrcs, and a  length of abo'tt fi/e metre. ItH slanting roofa was made, o' larjo blocks. 01  this half Was in pe-foet state ol  preservation. .On one, side antl ' on  part ol the ceiling aro engraved or  painted funerary scenes of tho timo ot  Soli I. ,It,ia quite ..empty.  "\Vhat shows that it was the burial  place of Osiris are the texts rip the  walls.' It ia not Imroisible that We  may still find some concealed chamber  or fcoirte hidden rn^'aco leadiiwto a  well, though this ia not very probable."  KING BAGGOT  BRSAl  ll[ .'I'll   House Saturday in     "King o!  Iho Detectives."  WILD ANIMALS KNOW IP .TRAINER  HAS BAD HABITS  of wild animals, says: "In some curious, incomprehensible, way, wild animals know instinctively whether nun  are ahdictcd to bad habits. It is ooj  of the airny prolil-.ms thnt are beyond  humnn i ndnnlen "������ For thow who  nre in tno least Inclined to drink, or  live a loose IK the wild animal his  neither fiar nor r.sixet. Ho deapisee  them with nil'tho conlompt of his nature and recognizes neither thjir authority not .th dr suptr'ority^ If a  man ha* beqrun to take put a little, oi  has deviated sotnowhat frbm th.-  straight road.the nuimals will discover it long boforo his fi How mt'iv  Abiolute porsoij .1 jit*ftrily seems to  bo thy first re-misitn for tho man who  would get tho confidend and control  of anlmala. The -inul'iv :n, tlfc train  ei- whu.li dominates:'the .''animal nature  within ia proctBflv the nunMty which  dominates the animal ho trains. " n9  yields to tho brute within him,.,joo,  matter Itbw little, his perf(*!i poise and  self-mastery are prone, and the keen  instincts ol the wild beast r,>co-nize"  this instantly. ��� Ponsls scorn to vndlj-  stand man's degradation to thoip level  nnd his lie i�� in dojrror every rnomisjit  he is in their cage."���Our Dumb Animals.  �����SBB  *******  ���semsmmm  ���^aW"*  Phone 25/  ���rjL%4mV��-  j. a;vmorrison & co.  ���    .   [Succor, to the Morriaon-Thompion Co.]  Pl��U)birjf:, Steam and Hot Water Heatiag,'  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  1'ipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage  KELOWNA. B.C  High-Class White Rocks  A few setting, from specially selected pen,headed by  ' Best Male in American Class  at Kelowna Show, mated with* six splrmdid pullt.ta, including FIRST  PRIZE breeding pen, Fin! and Second Pullet.  $5.00 per 15 ;  Utility, $2.00 per 15  Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  Rural Route No. 1, Kelownfi  CONCRETE PIPE  Now is the time of year to forestall the  trouolcs from leaky-"flumes, washed out  ditches and other old- fashioned irriga-  ' tion melhods, and lo dtriide what lo  do about them.  CONCRETE PII"E IS THE, ONE PERMANENT.CURE  and we will be only too glad to help you to wiSi.t is required. We make  pioe in all tizea and for all prtasurfs, at very moderate prices, and we  will determine the size you need aid quote on it !aid in place if you with.  B. P. LITTLE CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.  Contracting En^ineeia  I iewetion & Mantle Block ��� 2 PHONE 36  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE ALL DAIRY  / A. LANCE      .      Proprietor  ,     CREAM, BUTTER, EGGS, &c  Special Cows for Infanta  WE ARE OPENING A STORE APRIL, lat .for ihe aale of Dairy Produce  on Pendozi Street, north cf kclowna Fiiir.iture .lore. Order, left there will be  I '_" *���   promptl/ attended lo  Two Deliveries Daily Telephone  TERMS CASH KELOWUA���B.C.  T  ifetr  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  .   PensyKania Hard  lh Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  Grocery Specials  3 Its. pure Lard  50c  3 tins Sardines for 20c  4 lbs. Beans...    25c  Magic Baking Powder.. .20c  Waldron's  ' Groceiy Store  Ellis Street  Kclownn  I6-I9p  Eggs for Hatching  From four P��ns RHODE INLAND  REDS.   Up to May 15 $2 for 15,  aflir lliat date hnlf price.  ^Al��u few aittiiiR, of  INDIAN RUNNER DUJCK EGGS  the kind that beat out the I eft�� in laj-irg.  WW*  ENGRAVING-  ��� ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO.  CESS KNOWN TO TOE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  HAKES YOUR HtllSTRATlONS  -^LITERALLY TALK   MAKUftCTUatD IN wurtKN CWtSk  RvTHf Cltl AND-DlSBU E��cC��t  AQMTS     -  THE KELOWNA RECORD  J. C. Stockwell, ttelowat  170  BARRED ROCK EGGS  Seqinie ior Sale from tat Prise Layinf  strain .""'.'       .   ��l.50forl3  D. MACFARLANE, Ckas Ave..  I5-2IP  fe^M  mmm^mm  1 ���-    '!���.  mm***.  KFAOtfXA  RECORD  TUUftSJUY, KABCtt  lion. Price  Ellison  Ad locates Co-operation  AT    ASWWAL   MEETING   OF ARM  STKO,\'G fiROWEBS' ASSOCIATION  "1 hope to stn the co-operative or-  gnuizittioa Imiitiiin;- 90 per cent ol tht*  bus'ness of the valley* ani hope that  evtaiuaUy the co-operative movement  Ytill spread o.er tin length ani  breadth of the province," declared the  H..a. Price Ellison, Minuter of Finance  ml Af/iKulture, at a ban met given  ut Aimstron^ last Thursday evcn'jig  by tlw Armstrong (!rowers' Association, follow! nr thut- annual ivhurehotd-  sid mesting.  The hunqust which was bald at the  Armstrong opera lums!, was utt.nded  by more than "J".ti p��i*.��oni, and was  iti.iinn.vuly successful. Cmimniif'iif at  S o'ulouk, llis fJii.n.T and programme  ltMled until midnight, toasts and ��nm-  rroue speuchet inteiipersed with vocal  ana kutninuntal selections. A six  piece orchestra fuin'sliod music during  in terra!a.  mir. Ellison, in liis address, made a  stirring pica for the support of the  co-operative movement, and outlined  some of the me.sures the government  lu�� in con!emulation, for farther aid  to those mjajjed in affHeuUure.  "I.ant year, 1913, was regarded by  the superBt'tious as an unlucky vear,"  he said, ''and in ninny districts it was  an unlucky season. Let me assure  you tonight that had you no', had a  working co-operative o'V nidation to  market your produce last season, the  length and breadth of the valley would  have been con -'need thai 1913 was an  unlucky year.  ''0o-operative market in,j wiK be the  financial salvation of the farmer. It  is no| sound business for every nrn of  hundreds of growers in each district  to be trying to make his own price.  There were disappointments last year,  and rrobebly will lie this yea)*. I  ���ayseH was d'sappo'ntcd on tha re-  lrirn�� 1 rooaived from ��� "nrs ship-  i ed th-ourh the association, but I  ��� hall market nt*-* nrun' crop in the  fame manner this sfason."  Mr. Fllison, comment *nt on the fact  lh*it the Arm-t:- ����� '" ���**'*n^ Institute  h*is the largest membership of any  rirailar organization in the province,  fxpreevd t*i--u-i��R (hat Armstrong has  ro Wnmrni' Instif-'��� *��� -i urged that  one be formed at on?e.  "Tho organization will coat you nothing, ' he poin cd o <s dues are  merely nominal, and tha speakers gent  out by ilw government cost thousands  |of dollars, and are al experts, cot-  ( erinjf such varied topics as dairying,  san.tai n, n J ran 7, d ���Jis ma'ting ani  I'care of ch klren."  The Minister of Aericultute then  spoUe of the immense new markets the  O.N.R., will open up to the producers  in the valley and declared that the  prairie market belongs by right to the  people of British Columb'a,  "We did not get all of that market  last year," he said, "but we got our  share of it, and shall got our share  this .year under the present manage  ment,  "Lot me impress upon you the value  of a pood name and brartd. In certain Washington districts apples are  bouL'ht by tho carload without inspection, merely because the buyer knows  that a box bearing a certain brand  is an absolute guarantee of the quality of the contents We must realize  that more roepect is due to the con-  turner."  Mr. Ellison ur��vd upon the growers  the wUdom of muling provisions fc  holding part of the apple crop for the  late 'winter an 1 early spring markets,  ���ind said that today Washington grown  apples are retailing at Victoria for  4*2.65 per box.  "I" am delighted to find you ai enthusiastic as regards co operation.  Your success will* depend largely on  your local organization. Be sure you  do not have two men doing one man's  vork, and ayo;d such mismanagemen1  aa has arisen nt one local where one  ���nan's overtime pay has totalled more  lmn his regular monthly wage.  "You will never succeed in the large  neasure until you surrender yourself  vith stock, for stock is the basis of  mccessful agriculture. The povem-  ���nent in directlv responsible for the organization of the co-operative movement in this valley, and I have no  hesitant' in spying that in this . particular the government has done well."  Mr. Kllison, in discussing the government's continued efforts to help  the farmers of the province, said that  the charge of paternalism had been  made. "My be'ief iB," he snih. "that  the basis of the prosperity of all great  countries is the agricultural industry,  ff the government acts on the report  recently submitted by the Royal Com-  missirn on Agrioulture. the conditions  of every farmer will be bettered.  "That commission has recommended  that the government loan cash individ  ually, ai low interest, and with long  torms of payment. New Zealand tried  'the p'an, and loaned $013,000,000 to  farmers. The result h.��s been that  great prosperity has come to New  Znaland, and already $23,000,00.0 of the  money has be~n repaid.  "There is no wiser policy possible  than to loan money to our farmers in  order that our production may be  increased.  "At present, with about 500,000 people, we send out of the country annually $20,000,000 for foodstuffs. Our  increase of population is not large  enough to keep pace with tho increase  in consumption, due to the growth of  the population. Think what it will be  when we have 3,000,000 people in the  province as we shall have before  many years. British Columbia farmers  will always have an inexhaustible  be taking no risk when it loans money  to these farmers in order that they  may increase the production of the  province."  W. N. Towmend, president of the Association, presided at the banquet, and  W. W, Rogers acted as toast master.  Mayor Wright of Arnistroog made a  short welcoming address, end was fol-  'owed by D. Mathieson, Reeve of tho  municipality of Spallumcheen, who expressed the conviction that the city  and municipality 'woul 1 work together  n the future as in the past.. Mr.  Mathieson also expressed the conviction that it had been of 'incalcuable  value to the Okanagan to have Hon.  Mr. Ellison' in the provincial cabinet  and thrn paid a pratcful appreciation  to the work done for the district by  Mr. Ellison's deputy, W. E. Scott, who  would hive been at the meeting, had  ho not been called to a conference at  Ottawa.  Mr. Town-rnd responded to th"  toast "The Armstrong fl rowers Asso  ciation," recalled that the association  had not been formed until April 26,  1913. More than $105,000 worth of  business had been handled last year,  he said, and taken as a whole, he felt  the year had been*successful, and that  the foundation for future Buccesseehad  been well laid,  A. Fowler, one of the directors,  apoke next, and pointed out that notwithstanding the difficulties of th��  past season, the criticism and abuse  two of last years directors had been  re-elected, a fact which he felt was  ample recompense for all tbe work  entai'ed.  K. B. Cossitt. resnondinr to tin toast  "Ths Vernon Fruit Union." told of  the struggles of the che?ee manufactur  ers in Ontario, who, until they had  organized a co-operative marketing  plan, received only seven and eight  l��mts   a por.nl for   cheese. Now they  'get    fourteen and   fifteen c nts     per  'pound.  I "There have been mrmy unfounded  rumors as to the activities of the Central" said Mr. Cossitt, "and you mutt  fH that the Central belongB to the  locals,���is, in fact your orgnni.aiion.  Without loyalty from the locals the  Central could not exist. Every local  except one has a surplus to show aB a  result of last yenrs operation*. In  Veinon, for instance, after making a  refund to the ^rowers, we have a surplus of $2,000."  To the toast, "Our Tagger Solves,  The Okanagan United Growers," J. E.  Reekie, of Kelowni, the prosid n\, res-  ponded by compliment:ng -the Armstrong ladies, and tho r hiI-Lh they  achitvtd at the bun met. Every speak  ���r, in faot, availed themselves of the  opportunity of "-iving the Indict thoir  due credit and praise.  "During the coming season, vith  shorter pools there should be. a greater  measure of satisfaction," said Mr. Reekie. "We have worked hard and we  have made mistakes, but they have  been made with the beat of intentions.  "In a large nvasure our success last  aeasan was due to the.untiring efforts  ->< oir manager. Mr. Bobertson. There  have been many street rumors, many  charcpfl made against Mr. Robertson  all of which I brand as entirely un  founded. I have found him a man o'  -are rmnry ftnd sterling integrity. The  marges of extravagance made against  he Central are unfounded as is shown  by our balance sheet, which show?  hat all onorntions were conducted at  \ cost of loss than 5 per cent.  "The problem of marketing our crop  his season will afford room for differ  ���nces of opinion, but I myself think il  .vould be unwise to break with the  brokers, who last year gave our pro  duce such excellent distribution. M,i  council is that if we can link up with  them on satisfactory terms we should  be'glad to do so. II not, we can mar  'tct our produce in anothtff way, buf  1 hope we ahaH not have to do it.  "Co-operation is going to win," de  olared Mr. Robertson, forcef illy at the  commencement of his address. "Slowly  positively, surely, the co-operative  movement is po:n<r to transform the  conditions of life for the farmer in the  west.  "I am not surprised that progress  haB not been more rapid. What we  have done in this valley in less   vhan  one year haB been wonderful, for we  have made tremendous strides. Think  wnnt it means to unify more than  1500 individuals, oach with different  interests and verifying opln'oni*  "Tire Okenagan will show Canada  some real lessons in co-operation, for  the Okanagan geographically, and be  'cause of the climatic conditions and  the character of the people resident in  the valley, will nurture the movement.  Nothing can stop a people determined to achieve success, if they will  stand shouldor to shoulder. Loyalty  muat be our watchword, for if we  are not loyal to our union we cannot  succeed. Any man who does not intend to be loyal should have his name  taken from the books. We do not  want It there. /'  ��_  "We may make for you more dollars  than you could make under the old  scheme of selling, but that will not Le  the greatest achievement of the organization, for mere dollars might lead to  selfishness. The greatest thing which  the co-operative movement does is to  develop all consideration for men and  women next door. Co-operation means  to conserve the interests of all for  all,"  The shareholders meeting in the afternoon was well attended, more than  150 members being in attendance at  Ihe bin* warehouse where the gathering  took place.  " In spite of many individual cases  of dissatisfaction, and considerable  criticism of the operations of the local  'ast year, the almost unanimous expression of opinion offered at the afternoon meet:nj was that a strong  cemen'ing spirit would in future make  for a larger measure of success for the  'oeal association.  Because of carta:n provisions in the  now amendments to the agricultural  Association Act, the meeting was not  legal, but all present bound themselves  to ratify what was done at a future  meeting, to be held on April 4.  A letter from W. K. Scott, deputy  minister of agriculture, was bsardwith  appreciation, and ordered spread upon  the minutes. Mr. Scott regretted) his  unavoidable absence, and offered unqualified encouragement and every assurance of future success. '.  The election of directors resulted in  the choice of the followin? men for the  year 1914:���W. N. Townscnd, H. S.  taaw, William McNair, A. Fowler and  W. F. Brett. The election of officers  will take place after April 4. Mr.  Townsend and Mr. Fowler were directors last year.  The operatin-r expenses totaled $13,  u  Aidtbr Fwit Mm  Joint United Crtwers  TAPPAN FARBKB8 EXGHajNGE AFFILIATED  WITH  OKANAGAN UNIONS  A ninth looal fruit union ass become affiliated with tha Okanagan Vni-  ���ted Growers, Ltd., and will, this year,  have its prodnos markatsd by the Central. Tha nsw member of ths big cooperative association ia ths, Farmers'  Exchange Assaoiation of Tappan, B.C,  the first station west of Balaton Aria  on ths C.P.B., main line.  The Tappan looal, formed an Monday, March V, has be:n formally admitted to momberahlp in tha Central,  and C. Mobley of Tappan is the sharer  holder for the new looal, ind the Tap-  pan representative on the board ol  direotom of the Central. Tba looal  has a capital s'ook of XX) shaiss at  ISO. eaoh, and begins operations with  40 shareholders,  The following are the officers and  dircolora of the new Tappan un:on:  II. Calhoun, president; J. A. Carlin,  T. Riley, C. Mobley, J. MoKanzie, E.  Dearing and T. C. Sweeten, secretary.  The produce shipped bom Tappan  last season consisted principally at  hay and vegetables, with some fruit.  ii      n      n   _jt"  I GIL LETT Si  .1      CI.EANS-niSIINFF.rTS  442.30:  profit 11,083.34, and tha asset  now totaled (46,713.66.  These who took part in the musical  program at tha ban-iuet in the evening, in addition to ihe six members of  the orchestra, were. Mrs. Amnott end  W. A. Cuthbert, both of whom sang  two songB, with F. K. Willis as ao-  compan:st; Miss Barnett, who favored  the assemblage with a piano solo and  Mr. Turner, who entertainad the guests  with - whistling solo to his own piano accompaniment.  ���  6!  Springtime Brings its list of  Dust-Grabbing  Requirements  O-Cedar Mop. Jn"h��'?����h'���  w   vvwaa    araw|#a    |,een wantlng.    |t g  the " Easier-Q licker-Belter" way. Gathers  all the dust from everywhere and holds it.  Makes it easy to clean those hard-to-get-at  places.  O-Cedar cuts Housework in Half I  Use Absorene [.? cleaningF Wal1 Paper- Make8 il look  www  m��"wi vuv i,^ new    Easy to use.  Floor Brushes and Brooms, Dusters and Polishers.  J��:kiDn's real English Floor Wax; Linoles for Floors and Wood  work.   A splendid wax.  The best Furniture Polishes.  A Good Carpet Sweeperl'ZX'^  vim-shed box with four wheels and a brush.  1 'is issell is a km wn and tried machine, honestly mrJa an J guaranteed to satisfy.   Get one.  D A Drn Touch up paints and stains  Lr./fl.V.V. with .A.P.C.O. products, put  up in all the artistic colours and in dainty tins for  household use.  See our Line of Fishing Tackl*  Garden Tools are Ready For You  We have a very complete stock at right prices  House Building  and House Cleaning  Demand New Furniture Always  Let Us Furnish the Home to fee���'  If you are ready, we are.   A store full of fine Furniture, and more arriving daily.  A big line to choose from in  Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums  Spring cleaning may help you to decide on some new piece of Furniture, possibly for the  Dining Room. You will do well to look over our stock of Buffets, all finishes, Extension  Tables, and Chairs.  Now is the time to put on thosa Bamboo Porch and Verandah Blinds.   Stock in widths  6-fu8-ft., 10-ft., 12-ft.  (%t\ sTjaTrfra A ���hipment just received.   Good values.   Have New Tires put on that  VlU'V^al U�� Go-Cart.   We have just recently put in a machine to re-tire Go-Cart  and Carriage wheels.    Done while you wait.  Dalgleish & Harding :"v'Wf$li  THURSDAY, MABCH 26* WH  KELOWNA  RECORD  FEBBY-OKANAGAN LAKE AT  KELOWNA  In accordance with chapter 85, U.S.  [B.C. 1911, "Ferries Aot" the government of British Columbia invite ap-  j plications for a,charter .for a ferry to  (ply between Kelowna and a point on  I the opposite side of Okanagan Lake,  | known as Westbanlt Ferry Slip.  Applications, endorsed "Tender for  Ferry, Okanagan Lake, at Kelowna,"  will be received by the Hon. Minister  of Publio Works up to 12 o'clock, uoon  on Tuesday, the 31st day 61 March,  > 1914.  The charter will cover a period expiring on the 31st March, 1915.    -  The terry shall.make two trips each  way every day, weather permitting.  The time of departure from and arrival at Kelowna shall be arranged so  that connection can be made with tho  Canadian Pacific Railway Company's  steamers.  Applicant shall' give a description of  ths vessel or vessels it is proposed to  use, which must conform in aU res  pects to the requirements of "The  Canada Shipping Act, 1906," and  amending Act.  All children who are travelling to  and from school shall be carried free  of roharge.  Applicants shall state the tolls it is  proposed to ask for���  Eaoh adult passenger.  Each child (not in arms) under 13  years.  Each head of cattle, horse, mule, or  donkey, etc.  ��� Each calf, sheep, goat, or swine, etc.  Eaoh vehicle with one horse and  driver.  Eaoh cart or wagon with one horse  and driver, loaded.  Each vehicle with two horses and  driver, unloaded.  Each vehicle with two horses and  driver,  loaded.  Each paroel of 25 pounds and under.  Freight, per 100 lb. and under, non-  perishable goods.  Freight, per 100 lb. and under perishable goods.  To the successful applicant the Government of British Columbia will pay  at the expiration of every three  months ol satisfaotoey service the sum  of 1250.  Tha Government of British Columbia  is not necessarily bound,to accept the  "FRUIT SALT"^  is very effective in tha beat.  ment of Colds. By helping  tha organ, of excretion to  eliminate the noxious substance, from the blood, Eno'a  "Fruit Salt" aniat. Nature to  bring about a speedy cure.  It is most refreshing as a cool.  ing beverage and i. unsurpassed for quenching thirst,  pitta a batik TO-DAY  from your dealer.  Prapartdonlyby  J.C.INO,Ud.,"Fnd|  Silt-'Werb,  Itafca, Eailsal  Ap.li hr Cu.J.1  BmUr.IkcU.au.  City of Kelowna  TENDERS FOR WATERWORKS'"  SU1TLI1CS  Tenders   will   be received by tho undersigned up to 5.00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 8th, 1914, for supplying tiie  following:  4" Wood Pipe, 100 foot head.  6" Wood Pipe, 400 foot had.  ���14" Wood Pipes, 100 foot head .  4" Tees and Crosses for wood pipo.  6" Tees and Crosses for wood pipo.  4"Gato Valves for wood pipo.  6" Gate Valves for wood pipof  Complete specifications must be furnished with tender.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B. C. City Clerk  March 25th, 1014. 13-19  City of Kelowna  NEW SIDEWALKS  NoticeiB- heroby given that applications for the oonstruction of sidewalks  as works of Local Improvement, must  be filed with the City Clerk boforo  April 10th, 1914. Local Improvement  Petition Forms can be obtained from  tho undersigned.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B. C. City Clerk  March 25th, 1914. 18-19  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant c{ power  mixer, and all appliances for concrete  comtruction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thi. work,  in which I have had many yean'  experience.  AU Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE, RESIDENCE!  Clement Ac Riraa' office, '   Wootaeley Av.  Raymer Block Richter Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  L'sves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  **i*m>**\4***^**\+*t**v^***m<'*m~>mmm��\*\***r+mt*��m<***^*^0**m~*m*lSym~  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan.,   Specification,   and    Estimate.  lowest or anv application accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH.  Deputy Minister k Public   Works Engineer.  Department of Publio Works,  Victoria, B.C., 12th March, 1914.  . i ,    I 17-18  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W.B. PEASE, S.M.GORE,  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  Kelowna Opera House  BIG DAYS  OF SPECIAL FEATURE PICTURES  You can't afford to miss any of them.   Unique and distinctive film productions.  Saturday, March 28th  "King the Detective." The first of King Baggot's great detective series.  "The Dramatic Story of the Vote." An English (Clarendon) story of  "The Joy Riders^"   Joker comedy.     ' [woman's suffrage.  Monday, March 30th  " From Railsplitter to President" (Gold Seal).    The Life of Lincoln.  "Jewels of Sacrifice " (Rex).    A story of intense human interest.  " Teaahing Dad a Lesson " (Nestor).   A good clean comedy.  Tuesday, March 31st  SEYMOUR HICKS' DANCING FILM.   Celebrated English pictures  "The Governor's Veto " (Eclair).   A splendid drama in two parts.  " Jimmie's Deception " (Nestor).   An amusing comedy.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st  Daniel Frogman presents Mary Pickford in "In the  Bishop's Carriage."   (In four parts.)  AW Th* Universal Weekly/' showing recent eventn of interest [from all parts  of the world.  Prices remain as usual:   Children, 10c;   Adults. 20c.  Afternoons at 3,15    > Nights at 7.15 and 8.45  ���S ����.-** ��* .. �������������***��*����� ������  *�� ��.  **    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  *?       BUSINESS CARDS  ss  ���� ss ����� >�� ��. ��* ,  ������ ss ss ����� ������  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KBLOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS,, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  HeweUon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. Harvey. B.A.. Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.CJLS.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  "SURVEYOR.        %  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  ibhionei Royal Colle.e   of   Muaic  and \fkjk  I KendnoV ryne, Mua. Dec, Organtat ol It.  Cathedral. Mancheiter, En...  RECEIVES PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muaic  of  every  decription   aupplied.  P.O: Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  ' BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENC4NEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  C. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Survey, and Report, on' Imitation Work.  Application, for Water Licenaca  KELOWNA, B.C.  H C. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M. !n.l C.E, A.M. C.n. Soc. C.E.        B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cioil Engineers ond Land Surceqors  Water Supply, Irrigation, Subdivision., etc.  3, Crowley Block  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  l ENf-lST  Corner Peneozi Street and'  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  give. leHon. in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alao  French' Lessons'  Convenationel or otherwiae  STUDIO-Mom.on-Thornp.br. Block  JGHHI CURTS  CONTRACTOR'& BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given forpublicBuild-  irigs,Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KEtOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, p:V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON .  (Gr.du.le McCill Univenky)  Residence i GLENN AVENUE  Mcaeege. may be left at the office of  Meier.. Rettenbury ot William.  ������J        I   aJ^ap  *ms*mmmm  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (Aaaocialt Roy.l Collet, of Orfaniata  London. England)  Orf.ni.t of St. Michael At All Angela'  Church, receive. Pupil, for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at hi. own or pupil, residence.  Special .Mention to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Addr.i. Abbott Street  3-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO-  Chin... Merchant! wd Employment Office  Contract, of every kind undertaken  Sattatnctory work fuarantefd  mmm  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh    Delicijus    Spitzenberg    Wealthy  Jonathan     King David    Grimes Golden  And other Varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlett Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw       Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Oar S:oclc has Won  Its  O.v-n  Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Come and visit our  Grocery Store  It will pay you to take advantage of some ol the  exceptional bargains we are offering in good  things to eat. Our advertising pays the concum-  er, and we deliver the goods���on time.  Campbell's "Elite"   English Breakfast Tea.  The tea that i. different. Good  60c value 50c  Campbell's Indo - Ceylon  Tea.  Specially blended, and of rare  cup value. Bettei than moat 50c  package tea.,   Our price 40c  Try our pure Coffee.  Ground while you wait, with or  without chicory, per lb 40c  Extra epecial, 3 lb. (or tl  Best Canadian Vinegar.  Malt or white wine, bottle 20c  Oatmeal Toilet Soap  6 bar. 25c  Lanoline Complexion Soap  6 lease ban,. 25c  Local Cabbage  per lb 5c  California Cabbage  per lb 6c  Fresh-Lettuce & Radish  Fresh Potatoes  per uck   ..$1.25  Swift's Picnic Hams  Sugar eurad and .moked  m]y 25c per lb  Swift't Premium Bacon  The hot of .11 bacon..   Sliced  to your taata J5e  Swift's Empire Bacon  of nice medium weight.    By the  piece, per lb 27e  Swift's Hams  by tha ham or half ham, Mild  and Sweet, per lb 27c  Choicest local Eggs  Every egg perfect   Par dot... 30c  This is the time to put  down your season's supply  of Eggs in water glass  We quote you egg. in 10-doi. lot.  st 27ie  Carnation Lard compound  Equally a. good and mora eerily  rligeeted than pun lard.  10.1b. pail..$l.50 204b. pail.42.75  Oranges  Ne��en|We batter or ao cheap a.  wis year 25c to 50c dw  Jumbo Bananas  Per dm 45  Grape Fruit  ��for   ..25c  Obey that impulse 1   call up phone 3 oh I for your Grocery wants.   We want your business and will treat you  RIGHT  D. D. Campbell  Phons Three Oh!  Phone Thro* OM aK^SJSsS^":.'*  sow  =  KELOWNA RECORD  TBTJBSDAY, MARCH 36, 1914  { WANTED!)  Prepaid Ratee: 2 eente psr word  lint inaertion snd 1 cent pet word lor  ���sab mbesqusnt insertion. No ad., inserted Ior less than 35 cents.  All olassiliad advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to the sost  attending the booking and charging ol  small Items.  Copy may bs received for these ad.  up ts 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR   SALE  FOB SALS- 20 acres fins Iruit and  hay land, aix mile, (rom Kclowna on  Vernon road; also 7-roomed house  and two line building lots onWilaon  avoaue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Coatee, Laks-  riew hotel. 2Stf.  FCBN1TUBM FOR SALE.-Furniture  ol fiv. room, to .ell privately, all  sew. Apply J, .1. Daly, Campbell  Cottage, Abbott Street 16-18  FOR 8ALE.-I.nrge tent with two  stove.. 130. A bargain, Apply Box  642, Kolowan. 18  FOR SAtE.-A few pure bred White  Orpington Cockerels, cheap. Apply  Mr.. S. T.   FJ'iott. Tendo/l St. 16tl.  FOR 8AI.1C���White Orpington nettings  11.5(1 and 83.00. Stock won 4 firsts  and 3 second. at Inst Kelowna show.  T. Ryall, P.O. Bon 100 16-lSp  FOR SALE.���Young henvy team, also  several light horses, suitable for  riding and driving, Apply Guiaachan  Farm. Phone 4701. 1(1-18p  FOR SALK.-Oas bull call and live  young pigs. A���-'-- (5. Whitaker, R.R.  No. 1. Ellison district, Kelowna.     x  FOR SALE.���Dry cord wood, pine and  fir. guaranteed dry, 82.50 per rick  delivered. P. 0. Box 449. 'Phone  aSOTi. 3tl.  FwK SALE.-Fifty tons of Oat and  wheat hay, lirst class. Also lew tons  seeand cut hay. Apply R. J. Lund,  Jkaveulin. 13tf.  TEAM FOR SAl.E.-Weight 29.50. Also  wagon, harness, slcighB, wood rack,  two n.w horse blankets, etc., 1650.  Apply Mission Ranch. 17tl.  FOR SALE.-Pure bred Buff Orpington  ���(ft. 82 for fifteen. A. H. Johnston,  Rutland. 17.18  FOR SALE CHEAP.-I.ot, 30, block  27, Coronation avenue, by owner,'  Address "T" c.o. Record. 18-21  FOR S.VLE.-60 head work horses, all  broke, and have been worked all winter- and in very good condition for  immediate work. Weighing Irom  1000 to 1600 lbs. S50. to 8250 per  head at Jim Bowes Sunsent Ranch,  Kelowna, B. C, Enquire J. Bowes or  Phone 2002. 58-19  FOR SALE.-Pure bled White Leghorn eggs. 81.00 per setting. Apply  Mrs. J. Conlin. 18-19p.  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  FOR SALK���Team ol good general  purpose horses. Two seated demooriit  double and single sets of light driving harvess. Two saddles, br'ulks, etc  Cream separator never used 830.00.  To view same apply Box 629, lie  lonna. 17-19p  TO BENT.���Ten acres in the oily, under cultivation, three acreB orchard  at a rental or on shares. Apply II.  G. Dee, Kelowna Machine Shops 171 f.  TO SENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avasus. Rent IIS.IO per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. nt!  HEVlUfllilRK      II O I! 9 Ii  Eli Avenue  Between Water 81: and Pendozi St,  Room with or without board  I minutes from Past Office  14-16  SITUATIONS VACANT  GARDENER WANTF.D.-with experience under irrigated conditions. Apr-  ply sr 'phone Glenmore Ranch  17-18  WANTED  WAXTEB.���frasition en ranch, by married matt. Experienced. Apply box  St, Okanagan Mission 11-lSp  RELIABLE MARRIED MAN would  like to Vent or take charge ol 'ranch.  Apply Box "C" Record. 18tl  STENOGRAPHER  Taung lady sxpsrienced in bant and  office work desires situation in Kelbw-  aa.   Apply P. 0. Box 191. l��tf.  CAPABLE WOMAN WANTS   DAILY  work. Box "F" Record. ��� 18  WANTED���Steady job by young married' math experienced orchard and  reach.    Apply Box "V" Keeord ol-  WANTED.��� An American, scientific  gardener, with years of practical experience in gardens and greenhouses,  desires work ol any kind. Apply  Waldron's Grocery store, or Box  490, Kelowna. 18-19  MISCELLANEOUS  810 REWARD.-Lost, March 20th buok-  ekin mare pony about 13 H. 6 years,  one lore and one white hind foot.  Finder please return to C. C. Fuller,  Richter street. ...   18-19p.  STBAYED.-4o premises ol J.R. White  Rutland Rd��� one sorrel colt about  2 years old, four white feet, white  face, no visible brand. Ownor can  have same by proving property aud  paying expenses 18-21  SEED POTATOES  Just received car ol earlj seed potatoes. (Dakota Red) These are a splendid early sort. Parties placing oiders  may delay payment until new orop  is marketed if desired. Phone 45. Geo  Rowcliffe. 18  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that the part  nership heretofore subsisting between  the undersigned, doing business under  the name of the Kelowna Foundry aud  Machine Shops at Kelowna, B. C. has  been this da.- dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to the said part'  nership are to be paid to Neil He  Quarrie at his office, Abbott street  and all partnership debts to be paid  by him,  JOSEPH J. DALEY  NEIL McQUARRIE.  Kelowna, March 6th, 1914. 17-20  NOTICE  Notioe is hervly givon that the partnership heretofore subsisting between  tho undersigned, under the firm same  of the Kelowna Foundry and Maohlne  Shops at Kelowna, B. ('., has thia day  been dissolved ��� by mutual consent. The  business hererifter will be carried on  by .Veil McQuarrie, by whom all debts  of the old firm will be paid and to  whom all outstanding accounts due  the old firm are to be paid.  JOSEPH J. DALEY  NEIT. McQUARRIE.  Kelowna, March 6th, 1914. 17-20  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD. VERNON, B.C.  This school offer, a thorough, modern  education,  with  careful  training and  refined home-life.    Term, moderate.  For pro.pectu., etc.. apply  Miss LeGALLAJS  Principal  154  South Kelowna Land Co  Limited  MISSION RANCH  Horses   taken in for   winter  feed at $4 per month.  Reduction for  large numbers.  R. S. HALL  Telephone, Mgr. of Run dies  House 75.  Ranch 2305. 7tf.  Mrs. F. A. MARTIN  DRESSMAKER  From lAegant Street, London, f*n..  Coronation Avenue,  P.O. Box 'j49 Richter Streel  17.0  Dock Eggs For Sale  Fawn 4t White Indian Runner.    Par 12���  Pen No. I, $3; No. 2, $2  Mrs. E. A. DAY IM  White Wyandotte  Eggs for sitting, $1.50 per doz  Good utility .train, lit and 2nd prite  cockerel; l.t pullet, 2nd utility pen; Fall  Fair, 1913.  S. GRAY  Rowcliffe Block, and at Rutland. s  CURTAINS!   CURTAINS!  WE KNOW HOW iO DO THEM UP SO THEY LOOK FINE  Blankets washed soft and fluffy  Carpets cleaned by best methods, involving no wear  on carpet  Kelowna Steam Laundry  LOOK AT THIS  Just to give you an idea of how prices run in our  VARIETY STORE  Hair Nets, good quality 5c each, or 6 for 25c  Buster Belts, all colors 25c each  Finishing Braids, all kinds, 4 yards to bolt...from lOcto 15c bolt  Pipes all kinds 25c  Souvenir of Kelowna Watch Fobs 25c each  'Marvel' Glassware, assorted pieces.on cut class designs.. 25c ���  School Scribblers, ruled or plain 3 for 10c  Children's & Ladies' Bracelets, gold or silver finish 25c each  Ladies'Enamel Bar Pins  25c each  Esitsr Chicks, Easter Candy Novslliw, Easter Post Cards  Easter Efg Dyes and Easier En Transfer Pictures now arrived  5c. T0 25c. STORE  "ECONOMY AND SATISFACTION"  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT  RICHMOND'S STORE  will open Wednes. Apr. 1 st  Having received instructions Irom the assignee of the above estate  to throw the entire stock of Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Men's  Clothing and Furnishing, Boots and Shoes, on the market for what it  will bring, " open the greatest Sale ever held in B.C,, on  Wednesd,,   April 1st, 9a.m.  W. B. M. CALDER, Receiver.  There is a time for everything and the  present is the time for Dried Fruits.  If they are carefully prepared there is   ,  nothing more healthful to  eat, and  especially at this season of the year  AX/hif"P Flffa California White Figs when steamed aro  W llllC 1 igs ai g00J B apring medicine as vou can  find.   2 lbs. 25c; per box of 25 lbs. $2.75  Rqjoii-ic No nicer dessert than raisin pie.   In Eng.  IVtloiua ]an(j tne consumption per head of raisins  is almost five times the amount per head  in Canada. 2 pits, seeded, full pounds, 25c  Nectarines 3fh��Z...^...^...^!...^...fe'  Pnlna. The most popular of all dried fruits. Large  r runes      oneti 2 ib,. fsc; per box of 25 ib��..$2.75  A few 25-lb. boxes of lasl year's small  sizes, per 25-lb. box $1.50  AnnLa Ontario evaporated, per lib 15c  MppieS 25-lb. boxes $3.25  Ai-.vis.nfo      Californian product, per Ib 50c  /\priCOIS      25-lb. boxes .��� $4.75  D..,.. Clean, bright and fresh.    3 lbs. for.....50c  rears        pM 25.ib.box.. $3.75  Poor>kae        These are not aulphur bleached. 2-lbs., 25c  reacnes    perbox $2.75  Raic.nc Loose muscatels.  rvaisms      3 lbi 25c  DateS I-lb. packages, each 15c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Qtulitv ft Service our * 5 ^y^Za'ul���  Saturday Cash Special  3 packages Quaker Corn Flakes for 25c  Single Comb R. L Reds  EGGS FOR SALE  From winners of Two-Thirds of Priiss  for Singh? Combs at fall and winter  shows, 1912-1913.  $2.50 per sitting  S. WEEKS  WOODLAWN  Il6.|9p  **ym  The Fabrics that Will Go Into  the Smart Gowns and Suits  and Coats  rHEY ate all, here���all the famous fabrica brought out by the  great rmtmfacturera for the coming season. The fabrics  you have read about in your favorite fashion journals.  Njver dij another season place so much stress on color, and in  this department one may study the work of the two great schools  that have bsen at work on the spring textiles. The one which gathered inspiration from the delicately lovely blossoms of the sweet  pen; the others that borrowed vividness and daring from the  Futurists. To the former belong the delicate mauve, blues and  fawns; lovely pnle rose tints, ranging into vivid corals. Jone,  plilnx, digitalis, petunia, fox gloves, are other lovely new shades  with names tint bespeak their flower-like qualities.  To the other school belong the various tango shades, ihe chartreuse greens, yellows, the Sultan reds, all vivid and Orientally  brilliant.  New Corsets are Essential to the Beauty  saaamamsss , =^^=:        i Bssaas  of Your Spring Gowns  rHE new frocks and suits are originals or copies from the reigning coutouries whose  mandate has gone forth���that while the figure is to be corseted, the' medium' is  not to be revealed. Nothing is less attractive in this day of tbe ' natural' figure  than a "Woman stiffy encased in the corsets of even six months ago.  This means that the satisfactory .election of your new corsets assumes s greater importance to-day than  during any previous eoason,  Erety figure need, the kindly influence of the corset���the slender figure as well as tha stouter ones���  in tha former esse lines in softened, grace enhanced ; in the latter, tha straight lines of youth sen be obtain*  ad that do so much toward effecting a etender appearance.  Tha vogue for natural linee has eliminated heavy fabrics, heavy or many bones in tha new cors***'  Suppleness ia a feature of even the most raoderately-priced models���they are low of bust, natural waiated  and youthfully straight over back and hips. If there's aver so slight a curve in thia new and charming  silhouette, ite at tha front.  Tba now medals are now in, and ws are unusually wall equipped to supply corsets pre-eminently  designed to suit individual preferences and requirements.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED

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