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 ���MB  Itoori)  VOLVh  NO. 29.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JUNE II, 1914.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Weekly Meeting  Gity Counci)  All City Work to be Paid for  by the Hour  Impressive Funeral  at  Tht lack of a uniform schedule of  wages for labor employed by tht city  in connection with the construction of  the sidewalks and the grading and  gravelling of the ttreets and other city  work wat commented upon at the regular meeting ol the counoil last Friday morning.  It wai found on examining tho wugo  wen paid 33 1-3 oents per hour  while  hour for all ordinary ,abor..  othen received only 30 cents for the  same class ot work.  The statement was made that plenty  ol men could bo got at tho present  time for 25 cents per hour. Objection  was raised to this however, that the  city should not take advantage of the  present hard times to pay lower wages. The cost of living had gone up in  recent years, und it was not considered  advisable to go below 30 oents per  hour for all ordinary lgbor.  The payment ol teams was alio discussed. Aid. Taylor contended that  the city was paying a higher rate than  private individuals. Plenty oi ranoh-  . ei-s and others, he said, wore hiring  teams at 86 per day ol ten hours,  while the city was paying 36.50 per  day for nine hours, which Worked out  over $7.20 per day of ten houn. He  did not see why the city should pay  more than others!  Alderman Sutherland thought that  the most satisfactory way to pay for  teams and men too, was by -the hour,  and only lor the actual time they vera  on the job. He believed it wns the  custom tQ.jpharge for a certain amour,,  of time occupied by teams in getting  to and from the stables.  The'question of wages generally occupied tho attention of the council lor  some'time, tiie following resolution being eventually adopted. "That ill  Sbofi including teams''oe'paid for by:  the hour, the rate per hoar to be recommended to the council by the various oommitteee."  Mr. W. C. Puller waited upon the  council with a grievance respecting the  opening of Water ttreet from Lake avenue through to Willow avenue. He  wished to know why the oounoil' 'lad  failed to' carry out itt agreement to  agreement to grade th. ttreet I which  Late Mrs. Rembler Pau Laid  to Rest in Hillside Grave  "l should like to lilvo nnd'dle here  myacll."  This was u romnrk of one who attended the impressivo funeral of Mrs.  Uemblcr Paul Inst Sunday altcrpuii.  The speaker was reierring to tht natural beauty ol the surroundings nvur  Knox Mountain, where Mr,. Remb'er  Paul some time ngo built a family  vault on his property there, and which  would mark the last resting place on  earth of his long life companion) mid  himself. The patriarchal appearing!  of tho old man, with his flowing while  beard, heading the procession up the  steep hill from1 tho lake's side, will  long live in the memories of. tho-ie  present. It iB safe to say that never  before haB such nn exceedingly tii-'ch.-  ing spectacle beon witnessed 'II tins  district.  CONVEYED ON BARGE    ,  Silently and amid every manifestation of sorrow the moorings ol the  barge conveying the remains worecu-t  off from the wharf and the craft  slowly headed its way up the lake,  followed by a large number of mourners in launohes. In the brilliant sunshine of an early summer's afternoon  with scarce a ripple on the lake's  Burlace. the sight presented was indeed  remarkable one and will long; be  remembered by th<>85 present. In i o-  collection it recalled more than one  old legendary story. There was something infinitely touching and pathetic  ia the whole scene.  Au.ong-tfcoBo gathered on thewh-.it  were Hia Worship, the Mayor and Mav-  i  / H    it  (Continued on Page Ten)   A   C.P.R. Leases Telephone  Company's Line  We understand that arrangements  have been made between the C.I'.R.  and the Okanagan Telephone Co.,  whereby the former company lease a  line hom Vernon to Kelowna and  points down the lake. Operators  have aeen engaged today in fitting up  the connections at the C.P.R. office,  and it is expected that everything will  be ready lor transacting business with  in a couple of weeks time.  Thii arrangement, ns was pointed  out in tht "Rtcbrd" a tew weeks ago,  will obviate the relaying ol metiagoi at  Vernon, which at the present time colt  25 centi for each ordinary manage.  It it itated that the leaiing ol the  wire ia only a temporary arrangement  at the C.P.R. intend to build a new  lint later on along the shore,! ot tht  lake to Penticton.  The C.P.R. aro rebuilding the telegraph lint.between Sjoamous and the  Landing, and will instal a complete  east and west telegraph lyttem along  the Kettle Valley line.  Salving of Empress  Steamer is Probable  Operations an in progress to recover  the bodies imprisoned in tbe sunken  Empress ol Ireland.  According to' a Toronto dispatch, a  large financial houn, whloh it heavily  interested in Canadian Paoifio Railway  seciiritiet, are reported to have received advicotfrom an authoritative source  ip Montreal that the vessel' would be  railed. The report state, that a diver went down to the wreok and can-  fully examined the oxterior of the hull,  cut in her tide will not be a difficult  It ii itated that hia report is that th.  matter io repair, and that the ship ii  not so extensively damaged al might  be imagined.  (Continued on Page Ten)'  Tragic Death of  Wm. J. Curtis  Succumbs to Heart Seizure  Retail Merchants  Held Convention  Many Interesting Matters  Under Discussion  The Retail Merchants' Convention,  linltl at Vernon Tuesday and Wednesday proved an eminently successful  gathering, over one hundred members  being present, of whom fifteen were  from Kelowna.  Magnificent Offer  of Kelowna Resident  Scheme to Provide (or Aged  and Infirm  Perhaps very few people even in Kelowna know of the fine estate that Mrf  Rembler Paul has, close to Kelowna,  and which ho is propared to give to  tho city as an asylum  lor   the   aged  The   occasion   was   the visit of the Bn" infirm.  BRINGING DEAD TO QUEBEC  Scene atthe C.P.R. wharf at Quebec, showing the Lady Grey, wjth the sail  ore carrying the bodies of those whioh the Lady Grey pio' uH up in the icy  waters of the Gulf of St'. Lawrence after the EmpresB of Ireland had sunk  to the bottom. Tho Lady Grey steamed into Quebec with her freight ol dead  amid n funereal silence. Crowds of people, many of them anxious relatives  and friends of passengers on the lost steamer, nwaited her coining. After  the coffins wore carried onto tho wharf, which had been turnod into a temporary morgue, tho crowd filed by in silent review, with only a moan now  now and then from someone who had identified a loved one, to break toe  silence.  Fire Brigade Prove Efficient  in Handling Big Blaze   1   t v.  ' -.Prompt Measures Successful in Saving Large Number of  Valuable Horses When Livery Barn Burns  provincial officers of the B.C. Association, and assembled to meet them  were men engaged' in the retail trade  from Salmon Arm to l*enticton.  Amongst those attending the convention from "Kolowna were Messrs. Ki F.  Oxley (president ol the local bran:h),  A. M. I),ilt>l ���:.-!>. W> M. Parker, J.  Hall, M. A. Alsgard, Geo. S. McKenzie  F. Davie, (i. A. McKay! W. Haug, 1)  'D. Campbell, W. Ludlow, D. C. Foster  H. K. Dicks, ,1. B. KnowlBB, and C'.H.  ���Inckgon (.local ,-e let  The convention was hold in the Oddfellows' Hall, Mayor Smith ol Vernon  welcoming the visitors on behalf of  tho city.  Mr. 0. .). Wilson, president of the  Vernon branch of the Ketail Merchants  Association, extended a welcome from  the merchants of the city.  Vice-president .1. N. Harvey, in replying, spoke in eulogistic terms o!  the apparent air of prosperity which  seemed to permeate the whole of the  Okanogan, and which he thought was  most encouraging.  The most important address of the  convention was delivered by President  F. W. Welch, of Vancouver, who spoke  of the aims, objects, and benefits of  tho Retail Merchants' Ansociation of  B.C. He referred enthusiastically to  tho benefits accruing to the Hail  merchant from organization.     It was  A large circled friends will be | 'lined and grieved to hear of the very sudden death, owing to heart failure of  Mr. Wm. J. Curtis, which occurred on  Friday evening last at Peachland.  Deceased wai well-known in the valley  for the past twelve years and visited  Kelowna at regular intervals in ' the  course of his profession as organ aud  piano tuner. He was in the oity  so reoently al Thursday last and by a  strange coincidence romarkeit to his  intimate friend, Mr. W. S. Fuller, that  that visit would .be his last as he in*  tended settling on hit five acre chicken  ranch at Vancouver and taking life  little eaaier. The deceased who rl-  ways made a point ol staying at Mr.  Fuller's house when he was in Kelovna  talked enthusiastically on this subject  during his visit last week, and plied  Mrl Fuller with a hundred and one  questions on the management ol poultry.  The end oame with tragic swiftneti.  It appears that alter tuning n number oi instrumenti ho hnd supper with  Mr. Towne ol Peachland, aod n'ter-  wards proteeded with Mr. Soth David  ton to spond tho night nt tho latter1!  residence. Immediately upon reaching  the houso Mr. Curtis, without uttering  ��� tingle word collapsed, anil notwithstanding prompt medical aid expired.  The thook will come all the more to  hit many friends ns he always appeared to enjoy the best of health. On  hit last trip to Chilliwack a short  time ago, however, he was seized with  a tainting fit, and upon his return to  Vanoouver consulted a physician, but  was allured that his heart was all  right.  Mr, Curtis, who was in his sixty-  seventh year, leaves a widow and four  grown up daughter!, two ol whom are  married. , l  The remains have been removed to  Vanoouver whore the funeral will take  plaoe.   __o '  Mr. C. R. Goss announce! that he is  opening a fruit and vegetable market  on Ellis ttreet north, and in order  to Buit tho convenience ol many tesi-  dents, it is his intontion to make regular rounds ol the district. Mr. Goss  il prepared to make arrangement! with  growors to tell th?ir produce on corn-  million.  One of tho worst conflagrations that did much to mitigate the damage, as  hat ever visited Kolowna occurred on the first reel was on the spot within  Saturday last, when tho whole list a few minutes of his giving the alarm,  portion ol Max Jenkins & Co.'s 'ivory j Within as many more minutes the  establishment was gutted.    Owing   to i whole brigade were on the scene, and  tho iiifliimnlilo nature of much of tho ' assisted by a host of   willing   helpers,  contents, the fire in a few minutes  gained such a hold thut it was easily  that the whole building was in  imminent danger of being destroyed,  and it speaks well for our local brigade that their yeoman service was instrumental in saving tho west side of  the building and a very considerable  portion of tho stock, No lesB praise  is due to the company'* employees nnd  others who tit great personal risk liberated the frantic horses.  A MAD STAMPEDE  The who!,) thing occurred so suddenly thut actually before the fire alarm  waB sounded, dense volumes of smoke  and flames were pouring out of the  building. With heroic promptness nt  tendnnts cut loose the frnntic horses-  over thirty in number���nnd a ' mnd  Btnmiwdo to safoty ensued. The odds  of serious Injury in this operation were  great and it is gratifying to stnto  that only ono of the willing baud wns  hurt, nnd that, we umhrstnid, nut  sprioimly.  Buggies nnd harnnssos, anil other  paraphernalia were in the meantime  being shot out ol Ihe building .vit.li  lightning rapidity, and all the goods  stored on the ground floor "ere, by  tht prompt multures adopted, saved.  SEEN MILES AWAY  So great wat the blaze that Vr. D-  Lloyd-JoneB who was nt a remote  part ol Bear Creek at tho time returned in haste, feeling sure that it  mult be the timber yards that wore  on fin. His anxiety, however, was  relieved upon reaching the side of the  lake, but he waB not convinced thnt  the whole hotel blook was not on file  until a considerable way across tbo  lake.  FIRE DISCOVERED BY NEWBY  Claud Newby���who by flie way is a  member of the (ire brigade���happened  to be pasting the stables just after  noon, and noticed smoke issuing from  the rear end of the building. He immediately turned in an alarm from  the Lakeview Hotel, and afterwards  proceeded with   all 'speed to, the   fire  five streams of wutor were brought to  bear on tho'conflagration. The 'ire  was evidently most fierce in one of the  rear lofts immediately underneath ihe  roof, and concent rated efforts wero  brought to boar upon this spot. The  fin- spread so rapidly, however that  in the space ol ten minutes, it waa  apparent' thnt the whole underneath  portion of the roof wns ablaze. Notwithstanding the fact "lint t0ns of  water were lieing pumped into the lire  at ono time tho efforts of tho brigade  seemed to lie of no avail. lluge  tongues of flame, finding nn outlot  from the root shot up into tho air  with n terrible roar, scattering burn  ing embers in every direction.  SUCCESSFUL KFKOUTS  Noticing thnt the east ond ol the  roof nnd building were doomed, Mr.  Geo. IO. Ritchie mounted a ladder and  ave in hand cut n hole in tho west  end of the roof through which volumes  of wntor were poured. In this notion  he was followed hy others, nnd thii,  coupled with the efforts of tho brigade  inside hod tho result of preventing the  fire spreading to the Abbott street  entl of tho building.  Drenched to the skin the boys work-  od on and half nn hour after the outbreak waB reported it was noticeable  that the fire, slowly but surely was  being got under control, much to tho  roliol ol a number of people who vere  on the roof of the Lakeviow hotel and  who had- valiantly boon working in  deluging that building with water. It  was certainly a close call Ior the horses. Another three minutes delay,  aud they would all have perished.  1  COVERED BY INSURANCE  Tt is undisputed that if the building  had not been of concrete, and the toof  covered with s|)ooia1ly prepared material, which as it were held tho lire,  and which greatly assisted the efforts  of the brigade, that much damage to  adjoining property would have resulted.  The damage to the building and  stock (a estimated at about 16,000.  which is covered    by inBiirance.     Tho  (Continued on Page Nine)   O-   Express Co. Improve  Fruit Handling Methods  Reduction in Charges to  Prairie Points  hall.    Hit prompt action und\)ubted,ycauto ol the lire ii,unknown.  Considerable improvements are to be  elTocted in the handling ol Dominion  Express packages this season. In pie  vious years the custom haB been to  collect most of the express in the  morning, a little before boat time. 0,  account of greatly increased batlattt  this year the bulk of the packages  will bt collected in the afternoon tthich  will mean that an up-to-date receiving  room with the most modern ventilating appliances has been rendered necessary, and carpenters nre now busily  engaged in making the necessary alterations at the wharf.  , NEW TRUCKS ON ORDER  We are informed by the local agent.  Mr. Haclntyrc that fifty now trucks  have been ordered for various towns  on tho lake, of which Kelowna will  receive almost half. This will give  the company here 100 trucks altogether to deal with the traffic. The bonn-  fit of theso trucks is obvious, more especially in tlio case of soft fruits, as  there is only ono handling, the trucks  being placed direct on board the boat  and not unloaded until they are  wheeled alongside the train nt the  Landing.  REDUCTION IN CHARGES  This season there will be a   special  reduction    to a number of points     in  Alberta, the rate being reduced    (rom  83.25 to 82.10 per 100 pounds.   r>  Film Competition Result  There were many entrants iu tho  competition inaugurated by tho manager of the Opera House for tho most  appropriate title for the moving picture ' films 'which he is now manufne-  turiog. ��� The ol jeot, nn previously  stated, was to o-jvo tho films a "itit-  able name which would distinguish the  brand from anv other class on the market.  Several of the suiwostions bore the  hull-mark of 'originality, and it wur  only after verv careful consideration  that the honors wore equally divided  between Mr. J. E. Lloyd end Mr. Neil  Gregory. In neither case, howover,  was a thoroughly suitable name sug-  iind Mr. Duncan has himseli decided  that all reels dealing with local happenings shall he Issued as thnf'unadian  Animated Gazette.    Other special films  His sad bereavement was doubtless  the cause uf his making a  further reference to this matter  the other day. With the ev-  ception of one nnd a half acres for a  private burial eround, he :s willing to  deed over to the city 161 acres for the  purpose indicated above if the government will contribute nn equal an-oiint  to what Mr. Paul is rve-iared to donate���apart from .the actual gift of the  land���for clearing thi property and  for payment of taxes. His scheme is  to make provi -ion for people, who  owing to circumstances beyond their  control are in their old age in want,  the only condition being that thoy  must have resided within ten miles of  Kelowna���on either side of the lake���  for at least five vears. nnd are known  to be respectable.  SCHEME WELL UNDER WAY-  Although some time has elapsed  since Mr. Paul first mentioned his project, when scoffers impertinently remarked that there we" ��� rid people  in Kelowna. he b^as nevertheless been  working quietly aid unostentatiously  on his scheme and he has already don:  much in the way of bringing the property under cultivation. It is un  questionably one of the beauty spots  of the valley, with an uninterrupted  view of the lako and surrounding country. A house containing five bed rooms,  living room nnd kitchen has already  been built, and another containing ten  or twelve bed rooms is about to' bo  erected. *  It will therefore be seen that even  now���if tho scheme were put into operation���that considerable accommodation could be afforded.  Mr. Paul's contention is this, thnt  with the ultimate development of thu  districl there is bound, in time to bo  a number of old people who through  no fault of their own���ow:n^ to illness  disease. and other causes���arc left without a helping hand, and it is with  the object of making thoir thorny  Path easier that he is prepared tb aot  in such a mapianimous manner.  INTERESTING CAREER  The life history of Mr. Rembler 1'i.ul  reads like a romance. 65 years ago���  he is now in his 82nd year��� he was  in a humble way onnected with tho  old Kingston, Ont., "British Wig" in  Dr. Barker's time. After a year and  a half ho made up his mind that there  was not very much money in journalism���at least.on the Kingston publication���and, to use his words, quitted  ink slinging.  Coming wist, he evcnti'ia'ly settled in  Regina when that oity could only  boast of a fow tents. Hero fortune  smiled upon his commercial efforts,  and he was ono of tho fow who made  a large fortune out of the old BnnlF  coal mine.  Mr. Paul has travelled extensively  in later years in search of a land like  the ancient Phoenicians,w hero tut),  shino and health were beyond all doubt  and in this connection he is an un-  auuHfied booster lor Kclowna. 'This  valley" ho romnrkod to the writer thi  other day "it the California of Canada. There is no getting away from  it. I havo traveled far and wide, but  hero, right in Kelowna we have ono  of tho finest olimatos in the world.  The plaoe will be filled with people  coming from the north-weat seeking n  more genial dime, and front ihaonr.it  where it is so wet nnd damp, and Kelowna and the Okanagan some day  wilh be acknowledged as the Caliinrn'a  of tho Dominion.  Kamloops tnococded in beating Vernon yesterday at Vernon by 2-0  Mrs. D. .f. Wol.h wns a passenger to  Vernon this morning.  Mr. and Mn*. RriRUnin have gono   to  viBtt friends in Ontario.  ill bear the trade name "Okamigan  Films," and will be' known ns the pro-  duot ol the Okanagan Film Manufacturing Co., Kclowna, B.C.  A consolation prize of a free puss'  for n month was awarded lo Mrs. .1,  Saucier and Miss Beata Lloyd-Ion, ,i. mam  PAGE TWO,  KELOWNA  RECORD  H  H H H ,1  K 11  M  M  H ��  H  ���a �����  �� PROFESSIONAL AND    �����  *��� BUSINESS CARDS      *��  ���t ����  ���a aa ���� .a ��. a* *���������� .9 ta �����  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor!,,  Notariea Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  nELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor.  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GKIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willit's Bloclt   ���   Kelotona, B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetaon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc. C.E.. D.1-.S, B.C.L.S..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Organist and Choirmaster of Knox Church,  Kelowna,  will  Not  Receive   Pupils  until  hi. return from the Old Country in September.  a  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  .    BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENCINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cictl and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveya and Report, on Irritation Work,  Application, (or Water Licence.  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. G. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M. Inai C.E., A.M. Cn. Soc. CE.        B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  L'icil Enqinaers and Land Surceyors  Water Supply, Irrigation. 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DISPLAY ADVERTISBMENTS-Two InctiPi  and under. SO cenU per inch [.rut in**-nion  over two ioohee 40 canta per inch tint in  ���ertion; 20 cwnti per inch each ml *������..,inn.  ineartioa.  All chaacea in ooatraet ftdi-.-riis-m ���nir- rimai  ba in tba handi ol the printer bv Tue-nda\  evening    to   ensure   publication  in  the     next  Subscriber* at th* regular rate can hnve  extra paper, mailed to Iriends at a di-i.iote  at HALF HATE. i.e..  75 cent* per veai.  This special privilege is granted for the  purpose ol advertisins the citv and district.  ; llu  at  If anything were needed tu provt  offioionoy ol Kelowna's volunteer  brigade il was certainly afforded  Saturday's blaze. It was a Bpbfiu,  objt'cl lesson of promptitude anl  training, of daring and courage which  would have done credit to any nty.  Notwithstanding the Uerconess of tiie  outbreak, within thirty-live minutes of  the time that the call was turned in  the lire had been Rot under control.  Efficiency means much, and in the  rase of lire protection Cannot be over-  pstimutwd. In western .towns especially, whuru there are so many frame  buildings; any lacking in this rospr&t  would be fatal. It is therefore gratifying to find that our fire-brigade boys  have once more risen to the occasion;  they have added further lustre to their  excellent record, and have again demonstrated that thoy are thoroughly  competent.     Too  much  praise  cannot  doubtless be interested to learn what  that august body, easily the most  important and distinguished educational organization in the world, has to  say in connection with what is admitted to be a diffiouH and much debated problem.  The board referred to have beon repeatedly urged to allow the teaching  of sex hygiene in schools. Finally it  was petitioned to do so, and at a recent meeting the matter was debated.  The result was a practically unanimous  refusal, accompanied In the statement  that the council believod it would do  far more harm than good to accede to  the wish of- the petitioners.  That the decision arrived at will  meet with general approval, not. merely in the old* country but throughout  the Umpire is oertain, and will find  favor with the majority ot parents and  guardians, who have studied the question even superficinlly. As the London County counoil point out, while  it might be necessary in the case of  somo of the elder scholars to impart  certain information, this should be  done either in the home or privately  by the teachers, as a matter of discretion. To include it in the curriculum  would be forcing upon the attention of  many scholars a knowledge of matters  whioh parents- alone had the right to  discuss with them.  Not long ago the writers attention  was drawn to a certain pamphlet, a  sort of catechism, published in the interests of the few eratics- who are anxious to exploit a dangerous subject  under the guise of a purity crusade  and which to any sane parent or guardian was, to put it very mildly indeed1, exceedingly obnoxious and diametrically opposed' tp what the grout  majority of the parents would allow to  fall into the hands of children. The  decision of the London County council  is one which will commend itself we  feel sure to almost all school trustees.  THUBSDAY, JUNE 11, WU  -aW-01 iJyJBCtMWgg",il     HIM  whioh is not one merely based oa the  economic grounds; the grave and- vital  question is racial. Already we have  too many of Gurdit Singh's tribe her*).  Riglrt throughout this province we  have a plethora of Japs and Chinae.  Let us cry a halt while it is yet time  to say that Canadians shall inherit  "God's 0wn country." ,  THE DEAD THAT SLEEP  That Canadian sentiment is largely  if not unanimously in favor of Oriental exclusion goes without saying. But  j not until the Komugata Mara incident  has tlio    subject  caused  so  much   at-  I tentlon. The question is more ��cute  in British Columbia than in any other  1 part of the Dominion, because this we  aU know is the    only province which  Toll for the dead?    Nay,    mourn lor  those who weep  The loss of dear oneB who have gone  before;  llesting    awhile,   perhaps, in   ocean's  deep  Until thoy wake upon a brightor shore.  'Tis hard for us whose eyes are blind  with tears  To sec the mercy in this quick demise  Or recognize the wiBdom, beyond  fears,  Of Him who holds us 'neath His kindly eyes.  They   who have    gone, have   oltimes  prayed that He  Would take them   at His own    swaet  will to be  With    Him    in that place where    no  mourning is;  But life's full gladtaesB thro' eternity.  They live, they Hvef 'Tis we the living  dead  Who need the prayers    and sympathy  of all  Our loved one�� who for pity's ��� sake  will watch  And wait till we, at last, answer His  call.  Let us then help to ease the pain   ot  those  Whose hearts in this catastrophe   have  bled,-  Bring light to them that when   iheir  own days close  They may rejoice.    Toll for the living  dead.  SYDNEY H. OLD.  Kclowna, B. C, June 7, 1914.  Written by request in re the Iosb   of  the "Empress of Ireland."  has suuered from an Oriental invasion  be bestowed upon this earnest band of ' ��nd possibly the only province   whose  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUIIDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  inge.Tov/n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  workers, who, without thought of any  pecuniary gain, risk life antl limb iu  the protection of our city.  The efforts of the brigade were groat  ly assisted by the splendid water supply. A pressure of 115 to 120 poinds  was maintained throughout the conflagration.  The fact that Kelowna is now in a  position to deal so effectually with  outbreaks of fire should certainly help  to strengthen the argument which whs  raised at the last Board of Trade  meeting that the timo is now ripe for  seeking a reduction in our tire insurance rales. Muoh moray has been expended iu fixing hydrants all over the  city; we havo a plentiful supply of  water; a brigade second to nono in  the interior of British Columbia; and  our equipment, excellent though it is  will shortly bo supplemented hy a  motor truck. Surely all theso improvements are worthy of consilera-  ation, and should unquestionably bo  strongly urged by the city.  We print this week a dispatch from  the old country in which it will be  noted that tho London County coiincil  have turned down flat the question  of including sex hygicn* in the curriculum of public schools.  This matter has from time to time  been discussed  locally, and  muqy  will  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. MoGill UniveraNy)  Residence I GLENN AVENUE  Messages  may  be   left  at  the  office  of  Mauri. Rattenbury & Williams  Mr.W. H.PARKER, A. K.C.O.  (A��ociatf Rojra! Cplleie of Organ?**!  London, England)  Organist  of  St. Michael Ac  All Angela'  Church, receives Pupils lor  Organ. Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  ;Theonj, &c.  at his own oieropili' retidence.  Special  to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chinee* Mtichant* and Employment Office  Contract! of every Un-) andartaken  Satisfactory work guaranteed  Ba^^S^ weal  Near Abbott Streot Bride* ��� ��*  climatic conditions render it attractive  to the Oriental.  In a recent interview Sir Richard  McBride remarked:  "While we must, of course, recognize that these men are British subjects, fair uud full consideration must  be given to tho local and domestic  sides af the issue. Wo have tho right  lo determine who shall and who Hhall  not on ter this country���who shall become part of our household, as it were.  I do not believe that a crisis will be  precipitated in India if these immigrants are refused entry, as has been  suggested in somo quarters. The British government haB successfully governed India for many years and has built  up and developed a vast trade under  its jurisdiction.  "I know of no reason why the surplus population of India should seek  lo settle in this country against our  wish. We concede the right of the  Indian government to , refuse admission to Canadians if it so desired and  so we should be ablo to reserve the  same right."  Sentiment throughout Canada is  growing in the direction of tho policy  so strongly adhered to by one provincial legislature and backed up by  Ottawa. Hitherto tho subject has been  regarded as one of wages���of the dm  placement of white labor by the Oriental���but a wider conception is now being attracted    to    the    question    ami  Wedding Bells  MKTCALFE-HliBlE  A pretty wedding took place on  Thuraday last at the Anglican churoh,  when Min Catherine Hubie wat married to Mr. John Laird Metcalfe, of  Benvoulin. The Rev t. Greene performed the ooretnony. The bride wbb  attended, by the little Misses Margaret  Sutoliffe and .loan Kussel], as bridesmaids, and the best man was Mr.  Wm. ��� Metcalfe. The bride wat gowned  in white satin with tunic of white lace  and train trimmed with true lovers  knots and orange blossom, and was  given away by her cousin, Mr. Douglas Cameron.  The ohurch was tastefuly decorated,  and after the ceremony a reception was  held at the Guisicnan, over 100 gumts  being present. The honeymoon will  be spent in touring many parts of the  province. Upon thoir return they will  take up their residence at Benvoulin.  (IUEEN-OWENS  At tho Anglican church, Tuesday last  the marriage took plaoe between Mr.  H. Green and Miia Mary Elizabeth  Owens. The happy couple left by tkt  morning boat for Vernon. The Rev.  Ttws, Greene officiated.  HAPPY IS the woman who is never  unprepared; who can alway* lay a nice  appetiting meal or light luncheon- before any  guett���unexpected or not. Her friendi praite  her (or her houiewifely qualities and the (eell .  that delightful aatitlaction which can only come  (rom hospitality perfectly done.  "The secret lies in having  a well chosen selection of canned  goods and table dainties always at  hand. Look over our stock (the best of the kind in the  town) and make a selection to-day. Then put your fear  in the cupboard for you will be prepared (or any company���  come when it may.  Seme of our Specials:  Canned Tomatoes 8 for $1  Sardines in Pure Olive oil...,. 8 for $1  Snow Ball Salmon 15c tin  Peachland Canned Peaches 8 for $1  Okanagan Cherries .8 for $1  THESTOREOFi  Kelowna Growers'  Exchange  PRICE LIST  Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies 6k Seeds  TELEPHONE 29  FREE DELIVERY  F..01 'U.-i;oMn Hood or Purity both high grade, 49 lb. tack ... 11.80  KI.Ol It. Ilobin Hood or Purity both high grade 98 lb. aaok 83.50  FI.Ol!R.-Prairie Pride Patent A very good patent flour 49 lbt 81.60  PLOUR.-Prairie   Pride Patent a very good patent flour 98 lbt.   83.15  FLOU_R.-Graham, 24 lb. tack   ;,���.������! ������j..j0<>-  FLOUR^raham'49 lbriiok ..:..".   8150  F1.0UR.-\Vholo Wheat, 34 lb. sack N    8O0,  FLOUR.- VHioli wheat, 49 lb sack    11.50  CORN MEAL, par 10 lb. lack   40o.  OATMEAL per 10 lb. laok ..."   ��o.  OATMKAK.-por gunny of 10, 10 lb. sacks       88b5  ROLLED OATS.-Robin Hood 8 lb. tank    35c.  ROLLED OATS, per gunny ol 10 8 lb. sacki      ,Zm��M  ROLLED OATS ptr 90 lb. aaok   ...     70o.  ROLLED OATS per 40 lb. taok  11.36  WHEATLETS.-ptr 10 lb. tack     45o.  l!HAN.-por 100 lb. lack     11.35   Half or ton lots, per ton ...     135.00  ll.'.UI.ICY. per 101 lb. laok 81.50 Hall or_ton lots, per ton    $28.00  CORN.-Whole por lb    3lo. par lOfllb. aaok    19.40  CORN.-oraoked, per lb. ...  3|o.  ptr 100 lb. suck    12.55  CHOPH.-Barley, 100 lbt.   11.60 Half or ton lott, por-ton  130.00  CHOl'S.-W. & B. 100 lbt 11.60   Half or ton lota, tier ton   830.00  CUOPS.-O 4 B, 100 lbt   81.00 Half or too lota, par ton  830.00  HAY.-Timothy, per ton    118.00  MOLASSINE MEAL.-per 100 lb taok,   M.OO  0ATS.-2 C.W. reclvaned ptr 100 lb. took  81-60  OATK-flatted .   or 100 tb laok   *L65  ! Half or ton lott, por ton    W.OO  Oil, CAKE MEAL.- per 100 lb. sack .; ,  ,��.�� .'.   *9-00  Hall or ten lott, ptr ton .7.       188.00  SHOUTS, per 100 lb. aaok  !i    81.50  Hall or ton lots, per ton        198.00  WHUAT.-No. 8. per 100 lb itok ! :. ...;  11.90  Half or ton lots, pet ton  ���������������  W8.00  flEKF SCRAPS, per lb  60. por 50 lb. laok    89.80  UOiNK.-'Grourid, ptr lb   5c. ptr 100 Ib taok    84.00  rOKN.-Kine cruo'trd, por lb So. per 100 lb taok    83.75  CHICK FEED, two kindt, lb 8)0 per 100 lb. aaok :li...   83.95  OYSTER SHELL, por lb . 9Jt. por ,100 lb took  $2.40  Fits Mr csat Ductus* sa alert priest kr tpst csifc, sicset sa bar  Prices subject to change without notice THURSDAY, JUNB 11, 1914  KELOWNA  RECORD  8YNOPB18 OF OOAL JOKING    ,  RWJTJjUTIONS  Gael auniag nghta of tkt Domialaa  in afinjtaU, Saikatohawao and Albtr-  te��� tat Yukon Tttritory, tht North-  wttfctsrritoriti.aBtl ia a portion al  the Frovintt ot Britith Coliunbia, may  ba Ittnd tor a tana oi twenty-oat  ytari at aa annual rental oi tl aa  son. Net. awn than 2,500 aom  Will bt ltattd to em, appHoant.  AnpUoatioa tor tha lean mott bt  mado by tat applicant in parton to  tht Agent or Sub-Agtnt 61 tht dittriot  in whloh tht rights applied lor are  Sttaatal  Ia lurrayad ttrritory tht land matt  be dtaoribtd by tactions, or legal tub-  diviiiont oi Motiont, and in nniurrey-  eti territory tht traot applied ior.  thai! bt ttaktd   oat by tht applicant  Eaoh application mutt bo  panM by a tit oi 85 whioh will bt  refunded if tht rights appKtd lor  are not available, but not othttwitt.  A royalty thall bt paid on the merchantable output oi tho mint St tht  rata of fivi omtt ptr ton.  Tht ptrton operating the mint thall  furnish tht agent with tworn retumi  accounting for tht full quantity of  merchantable eoal mined and pay tht  royalty-thereon. If the coal mining  righti an not bung operated, inch  return! ahould bt furniahed at bait  ���mot a year.  Tht lento will include tht ooal mining righti only, bat tht leaiee may  bt permitted to purchase whatever  available turface rights may bt oon-  lidered neoettary <Jor the working of  tho mint at the rate of f 10 an aore.  For full Information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  ff. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tht Interior.  K.B.��� Unauthorised   publication    of  thit advertisement will, not be     paid  NOTICE  In the Matter of the '.'Drainage, Dyking and Irrigation Aot, 1913," and  in the Matter ol the Okanagan Dittriot.  The following petition, signed by a  majority of tht owners in value oi  tht herein deaoribed property will,  on the 80th day ot June, 1914 be' presented to tat Lieutenant-Governor in  Council under section 9, of tho "Drainage, Dyking and Irrigation Aot, 1913."  PETITION  To the Lieutenant-Governor in Counoil  of tho Province of British Columbia:  Tht petition of the undersigned humbly ihoweth:���  1. That your petitioner! oonttitutt  a majority in valut of tht owntrt of  the following detcribed lands, that U  to lay: Eots numbered 43, 43, 44, 45,  46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 61, 53, 53, 65, 66,  67, 68, 69, of plan numbered 436; all  of plant numbered 495 aad 364; all of  whioh properties art situate in the  Oaoyooe Division of the Yale Dittriot  ia tht Province ol Britith Columbia  and contain approximately 1337 aorta.  3. That your petitioner! art detir-  out oi having the said lands reclaimed  and improved by drainage, by the execution of the following worka: tht  laying of a concrete tile drain from  sloughs situated on the lands described at plant numbered 435 and 364 in  tht Rutland Dittriot, in a westerly direction to Mill Creek.  3. That your petitioner! desire to  appoint al Commissioners for tho carrying out ol the laid work! tht following: Willit Frederick Schell, A. 0.  Lootemore and Earl Clever.  4. That your petitioners dotiro to  name tht laid dittriot "Rutland Drainage Dittriot."  And your pttitiontri,   al   in   duty  bound, thall ever pray, etc.  (ligned)  WILLIS FREDERICK SCHELL.  A. C. LOOSEMORE.  '  EARL CLEVER.  J5-99  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All klndi of Li|ht  Hiuliag. Prompt'  attention given to  -    all ordart    -  W.P.Meredith   ���   hey  Phono 63  or tall tt A. Cex'i Second-hand Store  A steady and increasing f'Jow_of gas  hat been atruok at Hall's Landing, B.  C, near Revelttoke.  A rich strike ' oi ore bearing free  gold and copper five miles louth-west  of Fort George has' started a big  ruth for claims'.  The contract for tbe interior storage  elevator at Calgary has been awarded  to Janso Bros. & Co.,, Calgary, for  8788,000. The elevator will be of 2.-  500,000 bushels capacity and will bo  ready for the next year's orop.  ,:  :  ���  Approximately 3000 gallons of til  gushed from the Diogman well in 18  minutes before a large delegation of  city officials and oil expert!. Five barrel! of this oif were sealed on the spot  and forwarded to Winnipeg, where Alderman Frast is proceeding to refute  the rumors that the well is a   fake.  Prof. Geo.,L. Parker of the uoology  department of Harvard Univeriity, one  of the three men appointed by the government to investigate the conditions  of the seal colony in the vicinity of  the Pribyloff Islands, has left for Seattle to sail on the Revenue CuUer  McCullough. He will remain in the  Behring Sea until August 18th.  A whole carload of live bees has  recently arrived at Clover Bar station,  twelve miles east of Edmonton on the  flrand Trunk Pacific railway, the shipment coining from Sear, Michigan. P.  H. Orth, of Clover Bar, who imported  the bees, is evidently going into the  industry of bee keeping on a large  scale and the vegetation of Albji-ta  gives every hope of success.  During the season of 1913, two million nine hundred and six thousand,  four hundred barrels of applet were  grown in the Dominion> according to  statistics compiled by the Department  of Trade and Commerce. Of this total  two million barrels were grown in the  province of Ontario, or over two-thirds  of all the apples produced in the country* ��3  ��� A naval courtmartial sentenced Vice-  Admiral Mateumoto to three years'  imprisonment for accepting 8200.000  from a British shipbuilder, the Viewers  company, which built the Japanese  battleship cruiser Kongo, costing  about 813,640,000. The oourt ordered  the confiscation of the sum whioh the  offioer illegally aooepted. Captain Saw-  asaki ii also sentenced to a year's  imprisonment.  : : :  The announcement has been ruvle  that Hon. L. P. Pellitier, postmasUr-  general hat entered into a new agreement with the Empire of Japan for  the direct exchan-n ol- .wools with  which the present rate of 20 oents a  pound will be reduced to 12 reo's a  pound, and the present limit of weight  of 7 poundi increased to 11 pounds.  Tho new agreement is to take "Soot  from September 1, 1914.  According to a Winnipeg dispatch,  Mr. George Bury, vice-president of the  Canadian Padflo left recently for Vancouver on hit first regular inspection  trip ol the company's lines this year.  He will pay particular attention to  the Okanagan and the Weyburn-Loth-  bridge Knot and will inspect the Kettle  Valley railway progress with a view  to rushing the lino to completion thit  summer or in the early autumn. .  British Columbia paid duty and inspection charge! amounting to more  than {86,000 on applet, pearl and  poaches during the yoar 1013, according to statistics compiled by Fruit  tnipector Clarke of Vanoouvor. The  apple duty inspection charges oame  to 849,000 last year; the charges for  peaohes waa 899,608.70 and (or pears  88.171.95.  A total ol 309,676 boxes ol applet  ere imported, 35,675 bows of peart.  41,375 boxes of plums, and 7,688  boxct of prunet, besides 38,180 boxes  of peaches and 31,158 boxes pf apricots. Vancouver alone consumed 99  carloads of peaches last season.  The department of labor's index number of wholesale prion stood at 136.8  for April, at compared with 186.7 for  Maroh and 136.2 in April 1913. Eggt  and butter declined steeply, grains  averaged lower, oattle and beef were  easier, hogs, potatoes, sugar and molasses declined, while tome metals wore  lower. Fodder, oanned salmon, onions,  flour, oatmeal, raw cotton, and horte-  hidel advanced, and raw furl averaged  higher. In retail print a general decline in eggs and butter was the rhlol  feature. Beef advanced in several lo-  calitin, but' veal, pork, lugtr and  ooal aad wood tended downward.  The official announcement of reorganization of the Britith Columbia Packers' Association hat just been anno raced. The British Columbia Fishing &  Packing Co. Ltd., with Dominion charter has been incorporated with a <.upi-  tal of 825,000,000. The latter company offer to exchange the shares of  the former on the basis of ono share  for two of the Dominion company to  all classes of shares of the Packers'  Association Company.  1  :   :  A bullotin issued from the poultry  branch at Ottawa by the Dominion  I.ivestook commissioner, thit week impresses on all poultry keepers tbe advisability .of getting rid of their male  birds now that the breeding season  is over. Infertile cgrn * ��� lon/eit  and fetch accordingly higher prices.  By selling now higher prices may be  obtained! for roostora than later on in  the summer. From now on these birds  are non-producers and feeding'them is  an unnecessary expense. i  A new Canadian government loan is  being underwritten in London, comprising 825,000.000 in 4 per cents at  98. The previous Dominion of panada  loan floated there was for 829.000,000  in December last when 17 per oent was  taken up by the public and 83 per,  cent left with the underwriters. The  October loan for 815.000.000 was subscribed by the'public to > the extant  of 43 per cent. Gilt edged stocks show  considerable weakness on news of this  latest issue.  In sixty-nine countries and colonics  two hundred thousand soldiers of the  Salvation Army spoke thirty-four different languages on Sunday last in the  memorial .services conducted the world  over in honor of those of the. Empress  dead who belonged to that organization It is estimated that about 2,-  700.000 people gathered in all the  citadels and buildings of the . Army  to mourn for the one hundred and thirty-eight of the army that went down  in the waters of tne St. Lawrence with  the Empress of Ireland.  That the governmrnt has no intention of relaxing in any way the regulations with regard to the entry of  Orientals into British Columbia, is  indicated by the fact that a new or-  dor-in-counoil has been passed making  still more rigid the present prohibitions. The present order-in-council  prohibiting the entry of all nrtiiatu  and laborers for six months has been  extended to include two new ports in  British Columbia, namely, Newport,  near Vancouver, and Alberni, on Vancouver island.  The minister of finance at St. Petersburg has informed the budget committee of the tnima that* Russia, within  the next five years must spend S3,"til,-  000,000 for the army and tiavy. The  budget for the current year for the  army and navy amounts to nearly  8500,000,000. Excluding the cost of  strategic railways the empire haB spent  82,580,000,000 in the last six years and  lately proposed enormous increases in  order to meet the German growth of  armaments.  How to deal with the growing menace of the militant suffragette agitation is becoming a problem of tre-  mendoUB import, not only for the government, 'but for the community at  large. All efforts ol their woll-witheri  to persuade tne militanti that they  were retarding instead of advancing  the cause havo been in vain; they aro  convinced thnt nothing but force will  achieve their aims, and they have been  applying themselves with renewed vigor to outrages.  Rosc-colorcd snow foil recently in the  Alpt, chiefly on the mountain! (11,887  ft) in the Canton of Glarua. On analysing the mow it wat found to be impregnated with minute particles of  ���and. It it thought that thii it tht  aftermath of the great storm above  the Sahara, which blew large quantities of und recently gcrott the tea  and the Italian Alps to the Swisi  mountains, descending on tho white  ilopet in "yellow snow". The "roso  now", however hai hung in the 'npor  air tcveral weeki before falling.  :   :   I  An invention which ii declared will  give Germany tho lead In aerial warfare il being/ thoroughly tolled by .miliary txrierti. The apparatus which is  the invention of an army officer, enables a machine gun to be mounted on  an aeroplane in (ront of the pilot, who  will thu. be able to control both the  gun and the machine. The gun can  bt turned in any direction, and can bo  used against an enemy-beneath. So  far, |t Ii itated tho oxperinnmtt have  beta mott luooeeaful.  In the supplementary estimates recently brought down by tho Dominion  legislature, appears two items of 817,-1  500 and 85,000 respectively. The form-1  er amount is for further telegraph and  telephone extensions in the' southern  Okanagan, and the latter amount ii  for improving a navigable ohannol in  the Okanagan river.  Triule reports for the Dominion generally are to the effect that there are  indications of a return to normal business conditions. The remarkably favorable agricultural conditions in western Canada are stimulating confidence  in all directions.' The outlook lor all  kinds of crops in the Paoifio Status  of the union are reported at never better. Dun'8 Review says of Amoi-iotin  trade conditions: "Low merchandise  stocks at distributing centres, cheep  money and the favorable crop outlook are the chief factors opera tins to  create a more cheerful sentiment regarding the future."  Practically nothing may be recovered by those who lost relatives or baggage in the Titanic disaster as a result of a decision of the Supreme  court. The court held that the liability of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company against the 113,000,000  in claims against it as owner of the  Titanic is limited in suits in the United States by the American Limited l.ia  bility law of 1851 to the value of the  salvage recovered and to the freight  and passage money received on the Ti-  tanic's voyage. That amounts in alt  to about 891,000. The decision in no  way effects suits against the owners in  other countries.  An editorial printed in the "El Impartial", the most influential and the  most widely read paper,in Spain, declares Colonel Roosevelt's approaching  visit is undesirable. The "El Impartial" editorial reads that Colonel Roosevelt fought as a volunteer against the  Spaniards, and declares that his actions were most unfriendly toward  Spain. The paper also reminds its  readers of the strong anti-Spanish sentiment whiih prevailed in tbe United  States at that-time, and says that in  a circus performance in New York a  trained monkey was exhibited, trampling on the Spanish flag, to the huge  delight of the audience.  Mrs. E. Parker, of Edmonton, Alta.,  has reason to believe that 23 is a  lucky number, no matter how strong a  hoodoo it may seem to others.' She  met her husband on the 23rd, became  engaged on the 23rd of the next month  was married on Friday, the 23rd,  bought a lot in Medicine Hat numbered 23 on whioh a house was built tbe  number of which ended with 23, left  Medicine Hat for Edmonton on the  23rd; when taking a trip to the Old  Country last month ihe chose the  Donaldson liner Cassandra because it  tailed from Montreal on May 23rd,  rather than the Empress of Ireland,  which was wrecked, and the Royal'Edward, which struck an iceberg.  Shamrock IV., Sir Thomas I.iptnu's  new challenger for the America's Cup  has just been for her first sail-stretching apin in the vicinity of SpiCiAid.  She was accompanied by Shamrock III  The wind wai light and fluky, and inadequate to teat tht capabilities of  tht challenger. Under her huge mainsail and her sloop foresail she manoeuvred handily, howovtr, and picked up  way quickly after tacking. Tht towering matt of the new yacht dwarfed  that of the oki Shamrock.  Sir Thomat Lipton wat on ' board  tho challenger, together with Charles  E. Nicholson, her designer, and William P. Burton, the amateur yaohti-  man. who it to command her in American water..  Muoh anxiety it being caused ia  French official and political circles by  the possibility of a new German military haw enacting a furrther increate of  military forces. The German War  Minister's denial ii considered as very]  alarming, . since it specifically deniet  the newt of a new law for the tprenit,  but not for the immediate future, it  wat announced. "The words of the  German minister of war contain ' so  many negative at well 'at poiitive ot-  sertiont that it is indeed very difficult  to strike a balance. M. .Inures, points  out that Germany oan, without in-  ereat'ng the term ol service in her  army, by using all her recruits, ensure a numerical superiority identical  with that whioh decided France to increase her military term of seavioe  from two to three yean. "We are in  exactly tho name position at we weft  in before the enactment of the Three  Yean Bill" ht dtdam.  wttmmmm\  Wmm%tgB0'  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hephra Flats*  A large acreage will be planted thie spring wit),  standard varieties  v.  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, Dalance to suit purehsser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every let  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Agentt for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season's  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning and Preating Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Oppoaite Kalowna Furniture Co. KELOWNA  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESilOUl  Send/or Five Roses  Cook Book-*  COUPON  *e ,H�� mi mm* |Ual>.  aH hajt ��<ed>e Taa Cm,  MM.��ouua.  BBNO A MANUAL OF COOO WOtta , .  chwaa frlM ike caalrlaraeaa af mm tea tkaaaaf  eacMaaV aam ��f FrnBmmrmwmmgmmiCmmm  I. m. al ��f ���Wk h.~ mm mmm, mmm. aaa)  mmmmmrn,.  mmmmbmmtumwnmmmma.mn.Wmm'a}  W. R. GLENN A SON, Agents   -   Kelowna. B.G  Oven is a wonderful baker. That's because  the heat flues completely encircle it  M'ClaiyS  Kootenay  *ft&w%de a***86*8 the most eiSeting  *)��**��* cook on every point. Let the  McGlary dealer demonstrate the fact.      *  On Sale nt the Monrieon-Thompaon Hardware Co., L*d  il mmmmmmm.  PAGE FOLK  KELOWNA   RECORD  THUBSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (incorporated 1904)    ; Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in Mocks of 10 acrea  or more.      Plantrd   or  implanted.     Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  .   System.  Bottom Lands  Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Lots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particular, apply to  T!ie G^naral Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  BUcke-mitl. ing done.      Weighbridge.     Oats crushed.     Fence poBtc, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, &c, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  I lead Office :  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12;   1 to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  T^.K��raii:scOT*2  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  p|���c 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  10WN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. B. P. Little    paid  Vernon Saturday last.  a visit to The steam roller has been at work  during the past week' improving the  drives in the park.  ���    in ���  Mrs. F. M. Buokland will not receive again this season. ,  ...  Mr. Archibald ot Victoria, brother ol  Mrs. D. MacFnrlnno is paying a visit  to Kelowna this week.  ...  There will be a band- concert at the  park  tomorrow  (Friday) evening rim-  mencing at 8 o'clock.  ...  Mrs. l'elton went to visit friends at  I'enticton, travelling down the lake by  Tuesday ufternoon's boat.  ...  Church  ot  England  service will    be  hold nest Sunday at 3 o'clock at KaaJ  Kclowna school house.  ...  Mr.    M. Hereron   hat  just   dettrted  his old-time horso and buggy ami purchased n Ford automobile.  ...  Miss fuminings has gone to Armstrong on a visit to friends and relatives.  ...  Mr. C. Dunning, one of the tollers of  the Bank of Commerce has gone to  Sherbrooko, Que., on his holidays.  ...  ���  Mr. Kickloy, manager of the "Ford"  Co.'s branch at Vancouver was in Kclowna Monday.  ...  Mr. W. B. Harris, C.P.R. oar ser/ice  distribution agent was in Kelowna on  Monday making arrangements for (ho  coming season's operations.  a   a   .  Mr. Hector Mills Heyland, who has  ior some time past been with Capt.  Harmon on his ranch, returned_ to the  old country Wednesday.  ...  The usual monthly early morning uer-  ice    will bo   held at    St.   Andrew's  church, Okanagan Mission, next    Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.  ...  Mr.  and "Mrs. D. Williams of     Calgary were in town Tuesday.   Mr. Williams is connected   with    the Maclean  Publishing Company.  ...  The Country Girl's Hospital Aid will  meet at the home of Mrs. Seon, foot  of Cadder avenue on Saturday ^afternoon, dune 13th at 3 o'clock.  ...  Mr. Rembler Paul hesires to thank  nil friends for their kind sympathy  and ior the many floral tribirtes sent  on the occasion of his recent beroavo-  ment.  ...  In the Methodist ohuroh on Sunday  morning the pasto" will speak on "The  Third Cardinal Virtue" and in the  evening Mr. Alfred Crowcroft will deliver an addreBS.  ...  Mr. Angus McMillan, late of the Oak  Hall, wont to Vancouver on Friday  last. He has entered . into a partnership with Mr. Paul Pitner and they  will operate a moving picture business.  ...  Mr. T. N. Morrison left Kelowna on  Friday for Montreal on a business  trip. His wife will accompany him as  far as Wcyburn, Sask., where she will  spend the summer with relatives.  9    9    9  Mrs. Fred Nicholson, of Kamloops,  who has been staying -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnhn Dalglnish,  during her father's recent illness, returned to her home on Saturday. Mr.  Dalgleish is now able to be about.  9     9     9  Mr. E, C. Scott, who a few years  ago sold out hit hardware store <to  Messrs. Dalgleish & Harding wat ' in  town Monday. He ii traveling (or a  firm of ehina manafacturers aod visited Kelowna in connection with hit  business. ...  .   .   .  Mr. Thompson, ol the - Motrin &  Thompson Co., of Phoenix, distributors of the "Overland" oars for eastern  D. 0., was in town thii week. While  here the Burbank Motor Co., placed an  order (or two can, one ol whloh will  be here Monday. '  ....  Overheard at the recent Vernon manoeuvres : Sergeant (doubtful at to  whether he hat distributed rifles to all  the men)��� "You without arms 'old  up your 'audi!"  Quite a furore waa caused on Bernard avenue Tuesday morning by the  appearance of an Irish jaunting ear.  In recollection memories ol Killurney  were conjured, up in the minoV o'  many at thi smart little turnout rolled gaily along; but then- what it Kil-  larney compared tp our magnificent  Okanagan Lake?  j Mr. Frank Knapton is moving his  boot repairing business Irom the rear  of Tait's shoe store, and is opening a  separate workshop next door.  |  Much has beon added to the attraotive-  uess of the Palace Hotel during    the  past week by the new coat of    naint  which is being applied.  ...  The finishing touches to tbe new  steamer Sicamous are being rapidly  proceeded with, and the vessel will be  roady to lie put into commission in  the courso ol a few weeks. It is more  than probable that before actually being pi need on tho service that a uumi  ber of residents at tho principal points  up tho lake will be > invited to have a  run down to Penticton and back.  a   a   a  The Ladies' Hospital Aid will hold  their annual Talent Tea at the Aquatic Pavilion next Tuesday afternoon,  .Tunc Hit I. (rom 3.30 to 6 o'clock when  i(n will be served at the regular charge  of '25 cents, and ladies working lor the  Talent Fund will mako their returns.  In the evening there will be a dance  in aid of the Talent Fund. Admission  50 oents n couple. There is a heavy  demand upon, tho "Aid" for assistance  in furnishing the new wing at the hospital and the ladies ask for your pon-  emus patronage, afternoon and wen.  ing.  THANKS  We wish lo express our deep appreciation of all who assisted in any way  whatever at the severe fire on Saturday last. Wo realize that had it not  been far the willing hands bo Ireely extended to help in all ways that the  loss must have been total.  Our numerous friends who offered us  stable accommodation we wilh to  thank also, and lait but not least the  city fire brigade (The Smoke Eaters)  Thoy dih some wonderful fire fighting.  Examples nf grit and determination  were shown on every hand, and had it  not been for their effort! tome neighboring buildings would have been involved in the lire.-  MAX .IENKINS & CO.  LOCAL BOWLERS MEET IN  SPECIAL MATCH GAMES  Much excitement has beon cre.tted  during the past week by special match  games at the Dreamland bowling al  leys. On Friday night of last week  a special match was arranged between  Hockett and Mildenhalt. The cont 'Slants rolled five games, total pint to  count, and in this match Milclonhall  won over his apponnent by a margin  of 24 pins. His average fur tho five  games was 176 2-5.  Thirsting for revenge a return match  was played Tuesday night and strange  to say the tables wero roverset antl  Hockett wsb the winner by exactly ?������  pins, the Bame number by which he  was defeated last Friday,  As each of the men hnve now won  a series, no doubt a rubber will  be played in tho near future tn iloci.ln  who's who.  In last night's contest Hockett (Ot  away to a good start while Mildenhall  lost nearly 100 pins in tht first two  games in which he drew a number of  bad splits, but after thia ht preiaod  hard and picked up remarkably toward  the finish, but tht lead was too great  to overcome.  Following were the sooret lilt night:  Hockett, 183. 169, 146, 314, 179, total  890.  Mildenhall 132, 123, 174, 300, 387,  total 866.  School Children's Eyes  l&ppll  TMr  Defective eyes stunt the mind  Can you expect fair progrtis  in school or success in  business if so handicapped?  Examination of children for  glasses is a special feature of  our Optical Department  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Cherries and  Strawberries  Let us have your order for cherries and strawberries early. We have made arrangement*  with several growers and will receive daily supply  of sweet Eating and Preserving Cherries, and  also Strawberries and all other fruits in season  at prevailing market prices  Fruits  Fitah Strawberries, Sweet  Chtrritt, Gooaabeiriea, Rhubarb.  Vegetables  - Green Onions, New Turnipa,  Lettuce, Radiah, Cauliflower,  Cucumbera,  Ripe .Tomatoes,  Potatoea, ate,       ,  Phont ut your wante.  Imported Fruits  Juicy lemoai, ptr dot 40c  Swell orange. tie, 40c, 50c  California Crape Fruit. 10c ech  Florida �� ,, lie ech  Bano aa, Jumbo, dot 45e  Jelly Powder  Nabob JtUy Powden-3 for 25c  Sheriff! ��� 3 for 25c  Jtllo, any flavor.' 10c  MEAL  Black Tea  Specially blended black tea,  worth 50c Ib. Our price  3 Ib ��l  Coffee  Freah ground while you wail  3 lbt $1  Corn Meal, 10-Ib. tack 50c  Standard Oatmeal, 10-lb alt.50c  Granulated    ���      10-lb ik...50c  Fine Oatmeal, 10-lb tk 50c  Wheat Granuled, 6-lb 35c ,.  Cracked Wheat, 10-lb tk 65c j  ��� Cheeses  Try our Sunbeam Tea    SStrttrfc  ITS GOOD china.   Allgoed Still 50clb  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh!  Phone Three Oh!  Cash Special (or Saturday  Seeded R��itint...3 for 25c        Sultana Raisins...3 for 25c \  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  AllkindtolLiihl  Hauling. Prompt  attention firm Ie  -    all orditi    -  W. P. Meredith  ���  Phont 65  or tall at A. Cta't Seoond-hend Start  Prtp  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914  1 i'     ��� ���:"  KBtOWNA  EECORD  ���*A$*trviB';  Rules for Picking. Grading and Packing  Berries  ST1UWBEBEIES  . The Horticultural Branch ol the Department of Agrioulture hat inued  the following circular in conneotijn  with the picking, grading, and .hip-  ing of strawberries and raspberries,  which, as the season it just commenc-.  ' ing, will doubt,ess be read, .ith merest by growers.  1.���Make pioking at soon as the color of the berries indicates the proper  market maturity . w For long express  shipments should be made when I er-  riet show about one-third color, tbe  degree of color depending upon the  distance of the market.  2.���Make frequent plcbinga, going  over the vines on "alternate days. Immediately after a period of rain go  over the whole patch, cleaning up' all  the fruit and sending the fruit ^hat  is fit to the cannery.  3.���Pirk in the cool part of the iday  if possible and do not allow the Iruit  to stand in the sun or dust alter it  hat been picked, Carry the stands  to the packing shed at once after they  have been filled.  4.���Eaoh ploker should' be provided  . with standi holding six cups. l'e-  move the berries from the vine by  breaking the stein over the fore-linger  in giving the berry a little side motion. Do not injure the berry, in anyway, either by pressure or by tearing  it loose [rom the calyx or "hull*'.  . Pick the vines clean and place soft  berrios in separate cups for the oan-  nery, throwing the culls away.  5.���Pack the berries in a cool .shed  having plenty of light. Before pack"  ing remove the berries from the picking cups, placing thorn upon a cloth  ouatarod packing frame: Be sure tho  berries aro perfectly dry before packing. Forcing currents over the berries  while they aro upon the frames re-  ', movrs a'l moisture, brings out the  -lustre nn the fruit and leaves it in a  cool condition, ,  Df^ffse ejeperienceU lackers. For long  distance' shipments make at least three  grade's (A). Distance market grade, using only sound partially colored Iruit.  (B). Looal market, grade, using sound  and weH colored fruit. (0) Cannery  grade, which IncliioVs a good   quality  of ripe Iruit. AH'berries showing the  least indication of decay a* deterioration are culls and must be thrown  away. Suoh berries will'spoil thereat  of the crate. '    -:'  7.���To determine the proper oolor  that berries should have for long distance shipment by express- the bost  plan it to study the train schedules  and determine the amount ,of time it  will require the berries to arrive at  the destination; i'ick reveral oups of  berries at different stayre of maturity  and place them in a temperature of  65 degrees. At the end of tho given  time inspect the berries -and determine  which is in.the best shape For this  test tho cups should be wrapped up in  newspaper and the' time1 of the test  should be two or three days over tho  actual train time.  . 8.���When packing for market use  uniform sizes of berries, placing them  in clean, new cups. Have the top-layer of berries come slightly above the  outside edge of .'the cups and have the  rows faced evenly so as to give an attractive, appearance.  9.���As soon as packed place the oups  in the crate and keep in a cool place.  In nailing on covers u.se four nails to  the cleat. Do not nail superfluously  as it irritates the consumer and detracts from the packer's reputation.  10.���Cool the berries down to 60 degrees before shipping. This may be  dtfno by leaving the fruit in the night  air arid shipping in the morning.  BASPBERRIES (  Ir���Pick thi berries as soon as the  fruit will Blip off .the core without  orumbling or mashing. Every berry  that is red must come off the vino.  2.���Pickers must use small carriers  attached -to the waist so as to hold  the cups. Pick directly into the shipping cup unci never transfer from one  receptacle to another any raspberries  that are lo be shipped, have a separate cup for cannery berries, Throw  away any berries showing decay. Do  not put one over-ripe berry in the  shipping cup as it.will spoil *the rest  and [the market condition of the whole  crate will be ruined.  3.-jJ3crrics should not be picked  whilcta��ythe bushes nre damp, cither  fronf^dgw, rain, or fog,' except for cannery purposes,  4.���See that the cups'nre filled full,  tmvirri"nll the corners filled to the  top.:','  5.���Pickers must not pinch the berries, hoi* hold them in the hand to be  Benvoulin Notes  (From our own Oorre.Dono.nt.)      IM  An impressive memorial service, for  those who lost their lives-in the recent  terrible disaster, which overtook the  "Empress of Ireland", wai 'held in the  Presbyterian ohuroh, Benvoulin lait  Sunday evening.  The pulpit wos suitably draped and  a large Union .lack heavily oniwathod  in black was suspended on the wall  behind tho pulpit;  The churoh was filled to capacity  with a sympathetic and attentive audience. Tho hymns and scripture lea-  sons chosen wore in perfect hurmony  with the occasion, and led up to the  thought of the sermon, the text of  which wos taken from Jamei 4: '4.  "For what is your life? It is even a  vapour, that appeareth for a' little  time, and then vanishetl^away." .  .In hia discourse the Hev. W. T.  Beattie emphasized firat "'The precljus-  ness of life" drawing illustrations from  the recent lamentable tragedy of tho  "Empress". He repudiated the idea,  that this love of life is the result -oi  civilization or the product of wealth  and happiness. He affirmed that the  desire to. live is a divine instinct in  man, and thot Christ camo 'to give  life more abundantly.  He next dealt with the fact that  "Life is irrevocable." What is done is  done. We cannot do as the painter  who touches un his fault v picture  The preacher closed with the thought  of tho *Uocertaintv of' life" and again  drew illustration? from the "Empress"  disaster. He urged his audience lo'  accept the preferred "(lift of God",  eternal life in Jesus Christ.  m  crushed. The berry should be taken  firmly between the fore-finger and the  thumb, with a lateral twist removed  from the core and placed directly ij,  tho shipping cup. Pinching makes a  red discoloration after .the'berry has  been on the market a ^ew days, which  followed by i premature softening  and decay.  6.���As soon aB pioked place the cups  in the crate which should be kept in  a cool place. Never allow berries to  stand in the sun or dust after iieing  pic':ed. For express , shipments cool  the berries to 60 degrees by fanning  with night air and ship the following  morning, ��� ���  Own These  Haying  Helpers  This Year  Decide that you'll  no longer labor under a  handicap at haying time. Secure  the services of these FROST & WOOD  HAYMAKERS, "GIANT NO. 8 MOWER  and TIGER SELF DUMP RAKE" For twenty years and more these machines hare  saved time, money, labor and horse flesh for thousands of progressive farmers. They  are worthy representatives of our line of  COCKSHUTT IMPLEMENTS  Frott ft Wood Mowert are not merely fair weather  machines. They're right there with the power and cutting ability when other mowert are apt to fall down.  Put a Frost ft Wood mower to work in a heavy or  tangled crop and watch how eaiily it handles the job.  You can start it anywhere in the field and the kniret  will begin cutting the instant the horses move forward.  "Flying Starts" are not necessary. The Giant No. 8  hat great driving power because of the simple and compact arrangement of the gean. Smooth running and  light draft are assured by a plentiful supply of large  Roller Bearings. It will give you the kind of satisfaction you are looking for.       . -  The Tiger Self Dump Rake It the but Self Da*  Rake made. It hat given tatiafaction for many baying teaton*. The teeth are made of a tpecial grade  of tteel, that baa proven by test, tbe belt adaped to  withstand heavy work and hard usage. They are  carefully shaped to do the mott efficient work.  The "TIGER" it ttrongly constructed throughout,  frame, wheels and braces are all made of high quality  tteel, to there it nothing about it to get out of order  An investment in a Pratt ft Wood Rake it profitable.  With ordinary care it will but a great many yetrt  aad will pay yon large dividendi of satisfaction each  year at Haying Time. We will be glad to let you  have further information about thit or any other line  of Farm Implements and Equipment  w  Kelowna Implement Company, Limited  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. L L. DAIRY  A. LANCE      -      Proprietor  CREAM, BUTTER, EGGS, &c.  Special Cowt for Infantt  Oa Monday, Junrf I at. we are opening up the -large atore next our dairy on  Pendozi Str, aa an Afternoon Tea Room and for sale of .mall fruit and  cream  Two Dtlivoritt Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendozi Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  R. W.BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimate, furniahed on all description.  of woodwork  Plana and Specificationa prepared, for  town and country retideacet  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, til fitted wilh bath rooms,  W.C.. hot water, tie.  P.O. Boa 185  I i.  Kelowna  Refrigerators  A carload of Refrigerators, Screen Doort, Screen  Windowa, Stop Ladders, &c, arrived latt week, completing one of the bett atockt o'f Summer Requirement! carried in the valley. _ A big saving in freight  it effected in shipments of thii kind. Youn is the gain.  The "Kelowna"   Refrigerator  caie ia made of thoroughly seasoned kiln-dried hardwood, finiihed golden oak ; 5 wallt insulated with  cerite paper, the beet non-conducling paper known;  cleanable flues, provision chamber tteel lined white  enamel, removable shelves.  Ktiowna No. Ii-23|-in wide; I7.in deep; 40-in high-$l2.l5  ��� ��� 22-28j-in ��� 19-ln ��� 42-in ��� -JI3.80  ��� ',. 44-311-in l��� 20-in ��� 45:in ��� -$17.10  ��� ��� 7-24-in wide: 19 l-4-in ��� 30-in high (��tra)$22.n0  ��� ��� 9���26|-in wide; 19 l-4-in deep; 54-in high ��� $25.20  Other high-grade numbora it $32.30 tnd $60.75  arnitcire  he whole hoa^e  Unloaded Car New Furniture Last Week  TOO-H AT  loox^^jp Our  .Nice, N&vr  tSVWITARy  Ont.,?.  Combination Step ladder Chair  $4.25  Splendid thing lo have around the home  Step Ladder* of all kinds $1 up  Screen doors, frames, kiln-dried..$1.50, $1.75, $2 to$3.25  -Window Screens, adjustable 30c, 35c and 40c each  Meat Safes, Plate Covers, Ice boxes, Tongs, Picks, &c.  "New Perfection "Blue Flame Oil Stoves, 1, 2 and 3  burners.   The best oil stove on the market  All the summer necessities for the home.   Many little  housework short cuts.  Tants, Flies, Wagon Covers, &c.   A full range.  Garden Hose  Try our new plain moulded, guaranteed to stand up.  Lawn Mowers  The mower with bladet of Sheffield tteel.   Eaav tunning,  good cuttert, teldom dulls.  Fishing Tackle  Rodt, $1  up, Fliet, Leaders, Spoon-reverything you need  to land, them.  Dining Chairs  Golden oak or early English. Splendid value��� I arm,  5 chain, per tet  '. $15.75  Extension Tables  '   Strongly built, Early English      $14.65  Buffets  In all finishes from $19  Kitchen Cabinets and Cupboards  Bedroom Furniture  Satin Walnut Dressers, Chiffoniers, Stands and Somnoes.  In medium-priced lines this leads. It is splendid in appearance and lasts better than some of the mure eiprn-  live lines.  Folding Card Tables  Round and square.    Plain wood top or felt covered.  Guaranteed for 10 years  The new tteel wire Coil Bed Spring. A spring 'that is  ���entirely made up to spring perfection. Guaranteed  againtt breakage or twitting. Your money refunded or  a new spring.  Camp Colt, Reclining Chairs, Stools, Hammocks, &c. Cam-  pert outfitted.   Porch and verandah shades, all sizes.  Hardware  Dalgleish & Harding  Furniture'  BSE  immmmu\ii\-' ' ��� I,i,i;,yi,il.  FAQE SIX  KEUOWNA   RECORD  tarn  Cool  Underwear  ia a necessity during the  summer months if you  would be contented and  happy; and is also condu-  sive to health. Have you  ever thought of thit? If  not, try it.  Here are a few suggestions:  Men's Uaibriggan Shirts and  Drawers ..85c a d $1 suit  Men's Balbriygan Union Suits $1  Mtt.(> B.V.D. Shirts and  Drawers $1.50 suit  \Wt BVV.D. Union Suits..$1.50 suit  Men's   Fine   Cashmere   Shirts  and  Drawers    $2 suit  Made-to-Measure  Underclothing  is u special feature that will  be appreciated by tht se  who like good fitting undergarment*. I can take  your measure just in the  Maine* way as fur a suit of  r.l .thei and you can choose  your own cloth. Call and  bsk the  rifge of samples  H. F. HICKS  Pi>>neer Cash Clothing Store  WILLI rS' BLOCK       KELOWNA  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  IJBPARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  demoting all my attention to this work,  ii which I hav* had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  ������R wTTTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Wool.eley A*.  Richter Street  Clem.nl ft Rigva' office,  Raymer Block  PHONE 104  'PHONE 4304  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  Houses  To Rent  ���Phone 217  Leckie Block  ce*C6��a����9SK#fc*����^^ Notice '-of Sale;fay "Sheriff  News of Local Sport  Vernon Wins From  Kelowna 9 to 4  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W; B. PEASE. S. M. GORE  Piasident Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  The baaeball game at tho Agricultural Association grounds between the  local club and Vernon easily proved  l hut Kelowna, in her present eri|y ul  condition and without a /Haher ate  not able to clash with the ot'.er clubj  the B, C. I, league with a��v puo-  ), and the game went to Vernon  hy a score of 9 to 4.  Tht) local club was switched around  considerably, hoping to strengthen the  leiVi.se as far as possible, but playing  out of their regular position the boys  best efforts were weak against the  timely hitting of the visitors.  Davis started the game for Kelowna  and pitched bix innings when no retired with the score standing I to 2 in  favor of Vernon. I'urdy.finished the  game on the mound and the V*rn �����*  tos hit the ball at will, sooring five  uns off his delivery in tho last tl.ijo  nnings. Pierce worked behind the  bat, thus it was necessary to bring  Henning in to Becond base and Po-v-  less to short.  Only a fair crowd was present (o  pee the contest, owing, no doubt to  Ihe previous day being a holiday and  the stores remaining open during hie  afternoon of the game.  The game was    called at 5   o'clock  with Treadgold behind   the plate   aud  Mclvor on the     bases and their deci-  ions mot with the approval of    o.Mh  t?ams and the spectators.  Following is    the    score by inmurs  Vernon #. 2 I 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 -*>  Kolowna ...'.100200100-1  The game at Revelstoke  last Friday  niralnst Kamloons resulted in  a 3 to 2  victory for the home tearc  '.  Following   ,is     the  standin  g  of   the  clubsj  P  W  L   Pet.  Kamloops    7  7  3-.T35  Kclowna .........  7  3  4-.421)  3  4-.421I  2  5-.2S3  HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATS ELLISON  WHILE PUBLIC SCHOOL WINS  AT ItUTLAND ��  The High Sohool again defeated tho  Ellison club at the park on Satiiriuy  afternoon by a score of 20 to 7. Quit"  a' crowd had gathered to see what  was expected to he a hard game, but  which proved   to be rather one-sided.  During the past month the Ellison  club have been coming strong and it  was thought that the High School  club were in for another defeat, but  Kincaid, who has been off for a week  or so wab himself again and the F.lli-  son boys had little chance' .'���<,'{.inst  him. Patterson worked in spli-r.did  form "behind the plate.  Carney pitched for Ellison and. was  hit hard1 and often, but the ragged  support behind was responsible, to a  large extent for a total of 20 runs  scored by the home club.  The game between the Public School  and Rutland at Rutland waB also won  by the city club, the score being   1  to 6.  Only two weeks more remain to finish tho schedule of the Schools League  and at present it looks as though the  High School will carry off the pcnniuit  hs only a miracle will give Rutland a  victory over them next Saturday. However should Rutland turn the 1 rick and  the Public school defeat Ellison the  two city teams would be tie. Tli  tenuis meet in the last game of the  season nnd should the Publio School  defeat the High School a tie will result in whioh case another game would  have to be played to decide the winner of tho pennant.  Next Saturday Rutland will meet  Ihe High School at the park at 2.30  and Ellison will clash with tht Public  School at 3.4a.  Following    is  league to date:  the   standing of tho  High School ...  Publio School  Ellison   Rutland    P  10  JO  . 10  10  w  8  7  5  0  L Pot.  2���,R0O  3-.700  5-.B00  10���,000  . . -O        "  '    '  LOCAL WRESTLER LEAVES  SEEK MATCHES  TO  Kelowna Cricketers  Win From Vernon  The first cricket match of the seaion  was played at tho oity park on. Saturday lttBt. when the Vernon team wero  defeated by the local club. Kelo*nu  won the toss and started to bat. Tho  play was very steady for a timo and  at lunch time the soore was only 29  for two wiokets. This however was  partially due to the fire at tho livery  burn which attracted so many of the  players that tho game had to 'wait  till somo of them returned. After  lunch tho scoring was muoh quicker,  the total soon reaohing 86. Groenstm!  wns top scorer with 21.  On Vernon going to bat they found  the bowling of Packer and Rowley too  difficult for them to make more than  60. This score would have been considerably smaller but for a good  stand for tho last wickot, which put  nearly 20 runs. The oatoh by  which Mitchell dismissed Moore was a  particularly good ono, except for this  the fielding waB rather scrappy, l'his  will'no doubt be cured bv practice.  In the Becond innings Kelowna made  79 runs for 7 wiokets.'  The team wants a good deal of practice, but when it haB had this it  should be able to defeat any team in  the valley.  FIRST INNINGS  KELOWNA  A. H. Crichton b. Temple      2  G. Parker, b. Temple     1*  Pursuant to the "Execution Act". In  the Supremo Court of British Columbia, between: .   '  F. M. McliEOD, Plaintiff, (Judgjhent  Creditor)  ���nd  OKANAGAN CANNERS, LHhTED,  Defendant (Judgment Debtora)  Pursuant to tho order of ihe Honorable Mr. Justice Morrison, Hated  Tuesday the twenty-first day of April,  1914.  Notice is hereby given that I shall,  sell by public auction at the door of  the Provincial Court House, Kelowna,  B. C��� at the hour of 11 o'clock in the  forenoon, Tuenlav f ���> '. id, day of  June, 1914. All and Singular, Lot 1,  Blook a, on a registered map or plan.  Numbered 362, commencing at the  North-west corner of Block five (o),  thenoe running due urilh two hundred  (200) fivlr, thenoe due east one hundred  1100) feet; thenoe due north to tfhe  shoro of Oknnagan Lake two hundred  and thirty-three (233) fcot; thence following the shore of the Lake to ihe  point of oommenoemeBlt.  Charges appearing on the regiiter  against the said lands are al follow!:  1st.���A judgment in favor of the  Fruit' Magazine Publishing Company  Limited, for five hundred and eighty-  five dollars (UBSTi.OO! Registered 24th  January, 1913.'  2nd.���A judgment in favor of F. M  McLeod for one hundred and aixty-  four 'dollars and 35 cents (8164.35),  Registered on' 8th, July, 1914.  WENTWORTH F. WOOD.  Sheriff.  Dated at Kni-ln-i ?, '.'   I'., t'e 18th  day of May, 1914. 23-30  THUBSDA*, JUNE 11, 1M4  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  mmmmm      i  tli nnHaUi  ���n UMunD  &���m��  FARMERS' BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of CrtnmeK* 'extends to Ptohtafs '^ferjf 1  facility for the transaction of their banking business, Including ]  the discount antl collection of sales notes.   Blank sales notes  are supplied free of chain ton application s��  KBIjOWNA BRANCH  H. Q. PANOMAk, Mr]  at ���   intmr  ���~  *���"*"  Canadian Industrial Exhilnlion  WINNIPEG JULY 10-18, 1914  "The Muling Ground and Market Place  Between Eaat and VPeit"  What thia year "a mehon will .a*���  A great Life Stock Exposition the Wonderful i^ony Show  Scientific Gat Engine Demonstration        " The Siege of Delhi"  Dominion Experimental Farm Exhibit The Water Carnival  Wett'l Biggett Race Program   Working model of Panama Canal  Beachey, world-famous aviator, Looping the Loop and  Flying Uptide Down  $75,000 for Premiurtt, Pdrset and Attraction!  Entriea cloie June 22nd Prize Li.l on application  Get reldy and come; you'll be intereited every minute  FRED. J. C. COX, President A. W. BELL, Secretary and Manager  ���-"��� ���*������ ma   ��� M4>*  C. S. Deprez, l.w.b., b. 1'lummcr  W. Clroensted b.  Remnant'    W.  E. Mitchell c. It b. I'kimmer  11.  11. (iribblo b. Plummer    H. CI. Ro��ley b. Remnant' ,i ..  H. 0. Harnett b. Remnant'    E,  Farris, not out        8  C, yuinn b. Remnant' ...;     0  II. K. Todd h. Remnant        2  Byes      9  h. b      1  86  VERNON  Swift, run out  2  Mooro c. Mitchell b. Rowley   5  Temple b. Rowley    11  Remnant' c. Mitchell b. Rowley ... 7  N. Monorief l.b.w., b. Packer   2  Tnit, b. Rowley   0  Plummer o.f Greensted b. Packer ... 0  Braizier b. Paoker ...;  8  A. Moncrief c. Packer b. Rowley ...' 1  Loveday, not out ..'  5  Smith b. Quinn   Byes    1. B  3  n. n.' ���. i  59  SECOND INNINfiS  KELOWNA  A. U. Crichton b. Remnanti    W. H. Greensted c. Smith b. Swift  C. S. Desprez b. Remnant    G. Packer c. Moore b. Remnant :'.;  W. 15. Mitchell b. Hemnant    16  12  1  1  5  II. B. dribble c & b. Remnant     3  H. G. Rowley, not out      7  H. G. Garnett b. Remnant     11  E. Farris, not out      3  ByeB  ��...���      6  Wide  -     2  N. B   10  Inninga declared at 6 o'olock.   O   WAR CANOE  W. f, AITKEN  BUILDER ft CONTRACTCut  Plans and Estimate!  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O.Boi5ll  ���***m'*m**m*^m**rVSm*m*m*m***^^Sr*m*m*m*\Si'**m*m*>m*m~.  ENGLAND  CONTRACTOR  Estimata'  !  At a meoting held in the fire hall on  Tuesday evening the following offioera  were elected for the tenon of 1914:  President and acting manager.-'-Geo,  8. MoKenzje.  Vice President.���Frank Huckland!  Captain.���Max Jenkins.  Vioe Captain.���Claude .Newby.  Seoretary and Assistant Manager.���  R. 15. Denison.  Trainers.���H. h. Willitt, E. Bailey  and A. Cail.  Executive Commiteej. ��� l*e offiona  with L. Watt and A. S. Wade.  It wai decided to place the War  Canoe crew and the Sowing ertw nader  ono management.  Practice nights for the canoe will  be the same at last season, Monday,  Wednesday and Friday.  Special Shoe Prices  attafcat���i���      aaaaataan      tmmmmmmmmm  for Coming Week at Richmond's  Wc have just received a large shipment of English Boots  and Shoes suitable for summer, wear and at prices that  please every one.   Here are a few price examples  Clarence Eklund, the looal wVstler,  accompanied by Mrs. Eklund, herself  no mean exponent of the wrestling  game left last, week for an- extended trip through the boundary country  and the prairies. He may alio go  south into the l'nitnl Htntm looking  for a match with Nika Yoktll the  Salt Lake City wrestle!'.  ono bout being definitely scheduled to  take plaoe at Vanguard, Saat, late  in July. He will also try t�� obtain  bouts with Geo. Walker and Waiter  Miller while on the prairie..  In some of the citios visited Mr. and  Mr.. Eklund will give exhibition! of  wrestling and bag punching and" si  both are very clever artiste the OkatJ  ngan valley, and Kelowna in partita  lar, will get muoh valuable publtetty,  Aocompanyinh Mr. and Mrs. Eklund  is Mr. Hairy Small, well known to  looal   people,    who   will do. advance  No definito itinerary of the tour  known as l,e will go wherever he oan I work for tho'ooupie',' MhfjdujW^toiX  Men's Canvas Boots  Brown canvat, with leather Irimmingt,  and good ����lirji teles,  Reg. $2:5fr Special $1.95  Men's Dongola awl Kkt  Men's Dongola and Vici Kid Boots  in all sizes.  Reg. $4100: Special $2.95  AH Styles, Men's  Men'r high quality boots in all styles  and makes.  Re* $6.50. Specisl$5.50  Children's Slipper's  Children't Englith Strap Slippers, in  Black- nd Tan.   Sizes 7 to 10.  Re�� $1.50 Special 95c   1  Misses' Strap Slippers  Mitiet' English Strap'Slipperi.   Sizes  II lo I, in Black and Tan.  Reg. $2.00 Special $1.25  Ladies' Strap Slippers  Ladiet' Strap Slippers in Black and  Tan:  Reg. $2.00 and'$2.50 Speciif$l.35  We are offering many Specials this week in Man's Furnishing as we  have just received a larga shipment of Summer Underweer and Shirts  Summer Hats at special Cash Prices  mm.  Come to the Cash Store of Big Values  Richmond^ Store - Kelowna  secure matches with good ���p  THURSDAY, JUUE 11, 1914  KELOWNA   RECORD-  JPAOB 8��VE��  Agents for  McCormick and Deering  St.* . .','���        ''.,-"  Rakes  Mowers &  Hay Tedders  AU the different sizes in s i  Feed  Baled jHcty,  Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  25 p.c. Reduction on Grass Chairs  for the month of June only  *v <- ������   i      ;  This Rocker only $5 Thit Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna Furniture Co.  tm*mr\a'mt\amm<*UT+m*)rmm*mmr*>***rm*<m**'*m*m*m^  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited!  -THE  Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.  PRACTICAL AND SANITARY PLUMBERS  Buhl, Toilet, Btaina and Sink., fitted on tht mott approved principle  Before having that bath room fitted up get in on our figures.  We have a special rate for these herd timet.   Inspection invited  Rtaidanca Eli Avenut  Buwttn Water ind P.ndoti Striata  mat  Phone 335  Development  Scheme for  Peace River  The plans ol the Pacific, Peace Blver  and Athabasca Railway, in whioh Mr.  D. A. Thomas, the Welsh coal owner,  is interested, have now been made  public. The capital' of the new railway is stated to be f 16,000,000, with  a bonding privilege of $60,000 a mile.  The Peace River Tramway nnd Navigation Company, an allied oonoern, is  capitalized at 1,000,000 with a bonding privilege of $36,000 a mile. The  proposed route of the railway ii from  the mouth ol the Naas River, in northern Britith Columbia, across the  watershed of the Naas- and Skena rivers, along tho Skena and Bear rivers,  to Bear Lake. It will them cross the  divide to the Driftwood river, proceed  through Hogem Pass to the Omineca  river, thence to the Finley branch ol  the Peace river and along the main  channel of the Peace to Vermilion' rapids. Thence it will proceed to Port  MoHurray nnd Prince Albert, Sask.  The development of the ooal and oil  lands is a prominent feature in the  company's plans. The first seotion of  the line from the Pacifio end will tap  the anthracite deposits in the Ground  Hog distriot. When complete, from  Prince Albert to the Pacifio, the new  railway will provide the most northerly east and west route across the  western portion of the Dominion.  World's Best Dairy Cow  The Guernsey cow May Rilma has  given in 3GS days 19,639 pounds of  milk, which contained 1059 pounds of  butter fat. This cow is owned by the  famous Cheeterbrook Farm the home  of Captain E. B. Cassatt, at Berwyn,  Pa. She whs, says "Farm Life" bred  and raised at the farm, and her year's  work has been carefully supervised under the regulations for ihe advanced  register of Guernsey cottle oonducted  by the American Guernsey Cattle Club.  While officially supervised by the representatives o' the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, her work  has also been checked by six similar  institntions in other states, and by a  representative of the Dairy Division of  the United States Department of Agriculture. This record surpasses that of  any cow ol all the dairy breeds in  the world. May Rilma it producing  more butter fat in her thirteenth  month than in her first, thus widening  the distance beyond her nearest competitor and more firmly establishing  herself as "Queen of tho Dairy World."  Newfoundland  to Ireland in  Twenty Hours  Mr. Gustavo Haniel intends to make  an attempt to.fly across the Atlantio  thit summer in a Martynside monoplane. The flight will probably be  made from Newfoundland, and as the  distance from there to Galway��� measured from the Straits of Relie lilt to  Clifden��� is 1600 milet, it ia calculated  that the trip would occupy about 90  hours. The Martynside now under construction will be oapabla of a .peed  of from 80 to 85 miles an hour, in  ���till air, and will fly for 35 hours if  necessary.  Accompanying Mr. Hamel will bt an  experienced navigator���an offioer of one  of the great steamship lines who has  made many voyagei aorott the Atlantio���and Mr. Hamel, thus piloted, will  fly in tho track of the Tram-Atlantic  linen. The airmen therefore are not  likely to be out of eight of tome ship  for more ti)an a short Interval.  Tht machine is not a seaplane, and  and has no Notts; but if the aviators  should be compelled to dosoend the  huge wings of tjifl maohine would kttp  it afloat for a sufficient time to enable  thtm to bt resoued. Additional buoyantly will bt obtained from the' huge  tank, whiith at the start will contain  350 gallons of petroh, while there it  also a watertight .compartment having  floatations! capacity of nearly twice  the full load of the maohine. Rookiti  and a telejnopio signal mast will be  carried in oaet of emergency. The engine will be 315 hone powtr  cation  With Mars  "Lilt ol Mart" wai tht subject ol an  interest]'ig lecture delivered recently  before thi momberi ���f the Oooult Club  by Prolettor A. Bickerton, president ol  the London Asironoroionl Society.  Profeiior Blokorton taid. that the  tnowt ol the mountain! on   Mart an  being used to provide' water lor the  canals and for irrigation purpose! in  the desert portions of the planet. Life  there is so advanced that there il a  perfect. state of commumim, there being no sections or sects, but all people  working on a one-family basis. In  their endeavors to> spread their psyohio  powers, the Martians are trying to  communicate with the.people o\ this  oarth by means of enormous dynamic  forces, which produoe great Hashes of  light. He expressed the opinion that  the development of the psychic powers  will make human superhuman, with  six or seven senses. He predicted that  in the future not too remote, earth  mon will be in communication with  Mars.  Smuggling Up-to-Date  Smuggling valuable! by meant of  fait motor oan, armored tor the purpose,- has beoome very prevalent in  France. The customs authorities lately observed two oars, evidently, engaged in smuggling, traversing the Belgian frontier at Blanc Mission on a  dark night. As they did not obey  the summons to stop, officers immediately started in pursuit on bioyolos  and in another car. Arriving at Mar-  coing the smugglers put up their vehicles in the stables of a house belonging to a man named Touohard,  who lived at Cambrai. The revenue  men soon surrounded the building, but  were seen by one of the gang, who  had been watohing while his companions  were sleeping. The man at once cranked up ono of their oan and launched  it at full speed against the officers on  the other side of an iron paling wliich  it broke through. While contusion  reigned amongst the besiegers, the  smugglers made good' their escape by  the back door and across the countryside, leaving both oars in the hands  of the customs officers. Up to the present there js no due to these audacious  fly-by-nights.  ��� I IlliiilitSiii  Increase in C.P.R.  Fire Fighting Staff  The Forestry Branch of the Canadian  Pacific Railway has assigned three  men to handle fire inspection work for  the company on its lines in British  Columbia, and three additional men on  its eastern lines, in Ontario, Quebec,  Maine and New Bruniwiok. These men  not only make investigations for the  purpose of collecting information to be  used in fire claim oates; what is mire  important they alto help to preyont  the occurrence and the spread of lire  by personally meeting aeotionmen and  other. employees of the company and  thus ensuring that the men are fully  informed regarding the very strict instruction! issued by the General Manager relative to the reporting and extinguishing, by railway employees, ol  fires occurring along righti ol way.  These inspectors alto assist the Operating department in securing efficient action in connection with the requirements of the Railway Commission  relative to. the maintenance of special  patrols in forest sections, and the  removal of inflamable debris from the  company's right of way. Under this  method of organijnt'on, it iB expected  that muoh better results will be t,<-  tained than formerly.  We have Further Funds to Invest in  *  FIRST MORTGAGE  HE WETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  VVV%fV>^VV\<VSir\A^rVVSAA*VVV\��VHAlVS^^  WU1 Not Teach  Sex Hygiene fit  Elementary Schools  Tht education committee of the London county oounoil hat decided 'hat  under no oiroumttanoet thall tax hygiene be introduced into clan ttaohing  in the elementary schools. Thai derision wai reached alter a long invctti-  gation and the anamination ol a-large  number ol tht teaohers.  Tht evidence wai almost wholly  against tbe proposition. Dealing with  the objection to inoludt suoh a ' iub-  ject in- the Curriculum, the report 7of  the oommittee mentions, in the lint  place, that tho knowledge of tuch  mutter. among ohildren depends veiy  largely upon the type ol home Irom  whioh they have been drawn.  It would bt a talk ol the groatett  difficulty to teach the subject satisfactorily in ohass, linoe, while to soma  ohildren the tacts are already known,  then an others to whom the knowledge might come as a shook. Then a  method ol treatment ol this aubjact  which might benefit ono child might  harm another! In the second plaoe  speaking of theso subjeoti in dais  juust tend to break down the children'! natural modesty and reaitrve.  Nevertheless, the report agree* that  some such instruction might be given  to ohildren over 14 in the higher  schools and evening institutes, and it  ii suggested that pamphlet. dealing  with till subject should be given to  girls leaving tht elemeetary   ichooli.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ont half milt of town, and being  about loo bat then tha lake, il command, a baauti-  ful view of iht town, lilt and aurroundinf ewwtry.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  Theft it only on. CLENMOHE. Don't min th. op-  portunity ol .electing  t law acrea of thit daairabk.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  . KELOWNA, B.C.  <���  Jjj3fOUtieSwJWV*)tV*w*5'��CTW*>M?a3JJCTejl^  *     Something you WANT is what you should buy.  An article you DONT WANT is costly  If you want to buy a useful article, go to  COX'S  Second-Hand Store  If you have anything to Sell go to CX'S  If you want to Exchange something,  go to   OX'S, at the i  Corner of Water Street and Lawrence  Ave, opposite Opera House ;  We will endeavour to aupply your wantt  A  Line of New Crockery alwayt   in   ttock  Singer Sewing Machines  SPECIAL  Two light Democrats for tale.    One large  Peninsular  Range.   One oak Extension Table.   Mahogany Dresser  and Commode.   One oak Buffet.  l'X&CkXtoL2&��trm0Nm4ttmCfmVtXmlt��MCe(mTrYmYfm<i^mYfm0rt  Phone 1S4 P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE,  Eatiinataa Furniahed on all kind, of building..    . Ratidtncet tad Mldira  Bungalow! a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have t lull Un. of interior deeoraliona, eenahtug of tht lata* aad mat* up-  to-date wall hanfinga.    Call ind inapect my Mock ot Wallpaper, tad gtt aqr  tatimate on your spring painting and dacorating.  City tad country patronage solicited  en  Now Op  Morgans  Ice Cream Parlors  Opposite Board of Trade offices  We Make our own Ice Cream  entirely of the Purett Cream Obtainable, and our  parlors are cool, clean and comfortable.  Ice Cream in Bulk  supplied in any quantity for partiei, &C.  Pure Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes aad Tobacco  FRANK W. MORGAN     )  ���     PROPRIETOR mmm^^mmmmmm.  aeajaaajBMaajap^aap  PAGE EinHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  TBUBBDAT, JUNE 11, MM  1'. 'il .'ii i"   ������������Jb-b-���gg=a  j%)rd  It's the most talked of car in the  world. Sterling merit has sold it  to over 530,000 people of every  nation the world over. Ford service and guarantee are both included in the price. This means a let  to any auto buyer.  Six hundred dollar, i. lhn price ol the Fold  runabout; the touring car is six fifty ; the town  car nine hundred���f. o. b. Turd, Ont., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particular, from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. - KELOWNA, B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Plants  in great variety  Perennials? Annuals and Vegetables  A fresh supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived  CUITLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phone f  PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O. Box 117  THE -  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking.   Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  IS cents  Orders taken  for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, &c.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New and Second-Hand   Harness.   Special  Sanitary   Sweat  Pads and Back Pads.        They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harneu Maker KELOWNA  Store adjoining the 25c atore  Piione 257  P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  ..   ISuceeaaor. to the Moiri.on-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of aU kinds.  Office and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage  KELOWNA. B.C.  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  Guaranteed dry wood ready lor burning  CASH PRICES  One to (our ricks.. .$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan 6t Investment Co.  (Phone 96)    '  -THE-  Standard Plumbing & Heating Ct.  PRACTICAL AND SANITARY PLUMBERS  Baths, Toilet, Baaina and Sinka, fitted on the moat approved principle  Retidence Eli Avenue  Between Wator and Pjtndoji Slrtet.  26tf ���   '    -   Phone 335  Frost Damage in  Niagara District  EASTERN PEACH CROP INJURED  The reports, as published in '' he  Canadian Horticulturist and elsewh*rs  that the pouch cr0p ol the Niagara distriot had been seriously injured by the  cold weather lust winter led Dominion  Fruit Commissioner D. Johnson to  send a representative to the Niagara  district to investigate conditions. It  was found that throughout the Niajra-  ra district the situation is a serious  oue. It is safo to predict that tho  crop of commercial peaches will lie tho  lightest that has been harvested in  twenty-iivo years.  Following mikl weather during Ho-  comber and tho earlier part ol 'anu-  gry, the temperature dropped on lun-  uary I'lth and 14th to between nine  nnd eighteen degrees below zero, de-  pending on tho .location, and wus follow eil ono month later by a similar  cold period. Tho January frost was  the cause of most of the injury, since  n number of the buds had swollen daring the previous six weeks. The rold  spoil in February also did demise.  Throughout tho Niagura peninsula the  peach buds were greatly .injured.  In some orohards not a live bud  could be seen, and where there vcro  any live buds they wore on trees of no  commercial value, or trees which hiul  been protected to somo extent from  frost by proximity to water. Along the  hores of Lake Ontario, between Winona and Jordan, there was a scattor-  ng of buds on Triumphs and i.onjr-  hursts. At Queonston on the Niug ira  Itivcr, a few buds were found on Kn-  <rlo's Mammoth and Triumph. In sev  mil orchards live buds of white flesh  sorts were found', usually on the upper branches, and never more than a  dozen on a tree. There is no section  in which the injury was not great.  More good buds were seen at Queens-  ton than at any othor point in the  peninsula, and even thero the number  was so small that the amount of fruit  produced    will    necessarily    be    ' ert  There are certain features that are  worthy of consideration, inasmuch as  they are the only on?s upon which to  base the probability that there will be  few peaches. The most important  one is the development ol retarded  fruit buds. A comparatively large  number of very small buds were found  ut several points throughout the district. These, on account of their sizo.  were not so greatly affected by the extreme fluctuations in temperature. At  the time of inspection they were still  small, but there is some.likelihood that  n percentage ol them will later develop and blossom, in that they do not  show the dark centre which is characteristic of the larger and' frozen buds.  In the second place, there are many  orchards which are within a very  short distance of either Lake Ontario  r the Niagara River, and on account  of tho protectian which they received  from frost through more equable temperature, were found to bear a scattering of live buds. Only a few of  these orchards were examined, and the  conditions found in1 them must apply  to other orchards in which conditions  may be as good or even better than  in those inspected.  Thirdly, it was rioted that in cases  where any buds had survived tho win-  Before having that bath room fitted up get in on our figures.  We have a special rate for these hard timea,   Inspection invited  ter, they were more often located in  tiie upper branches of the tie* than  in the lower limbs. The tendency ol  frost is-to settle, and in tome eases a  difference ol from three to live degree  in temperature is noted between the  ground level and a point fifteen teet  higher. It is possible, then, that  many growers, making a hurried inspection ol their onhards, would overlook the upper branches and presume  from an inspection of only the lower  ones that the orop was an entire failure.  OTHER DISTRICTS  The injury to Lambton county '.us  not been So great as in the Niagara  district, although here, too, the crop  has been much reduced by frost. The  white flesh varieties and Si un'.ks havo  a luir percentage ol live buds. Commercial varieties have not such a good  showing, but the feature noted���that  buds on lower branches were more severely injured than upper ones���was  particularly noticeable hare. The crop  in Iminhton county has never been a  large one��� comparatively��� and this  year wiM be materially lessened. The  fact that the injury was not so serious  as in the Niagara peninsula may be  credited to the fact that the county  escaped the severity ol the January  frost and was only affected to any serious extent by the later one in February. Consequently, many ol the hardier buds escaped injury, and on the  varieties mentioned the indications are  that a fair orop will be harvested and  that even on the more commercial  sorts the crup will not be a complete  failure.  In the Essex peninsula the prospects  aro that a full crop nf all varieties  will be produced. In some instances  the fruit will have to be thinned. The  entire southwestern portion of Ontario  seems to have escaped the worst of the  cold weather, and the lowest tempara-  DISEASES OF POTATOES  As a means ol diminishing the number ol diseased potatoes to be planted  in Canada this year, the botanical  branch, Dominion department oi Agrioulture, has recently issued a splendidly illustrated {older, Farmers' Ciroular  No. 4. entitled "Potato Diseases transmitted by the use ol unsound tubers.'  The folder contains 12 illustrations  showing, in natural colors, representations of specimens ol diseased potatoes  Diseases and other blemishes represented are potato canker, powdery scab,  hollow potato, internal brown streak,  little potato disease, dry rot, wet rot,  common potato scab, and stem end  rot. Specific reference is made to the  two dreaded diseases, potato candor  and powdery scab, the latter ol which  occurs already in Canada, and should  be carefully avoided.  The folder points out that, under ihe  Destructive' Insect and Pest Act of  Canada, any person using for seed  potatoes infected by potato canker or  powdery scab is liable to prosecution.  Potato growers who suspect the fres-  ence of either of the latter diseases are  requested to send specimens to the  Dominion Botanist, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. This foldei,  prepared by Dr. H. T. Oussow, Dominion Botanist, will be sent to those  who apply tor it to tho Publieation  Branch ol the Department ol Agriculture at Ottawa.  REBEL OENERAL WATCHES NURSES CARE fOB WOUNDED  A youthful rebel1, being treated by White Cross nurses at Tampico, with  General Pable Gonzales in the background looking on. While the Federals  suffered a heavier loss in the Battle ol Tampico than did the rebels, a  large number ot rebels, some ol them mere boys in their teens, were wounded. The whits cross nurses at Tampico have been attending these wounded  rebels as well as the wounded Federals who were left behind. The hospital  work has been under the supervision of .General Goniales, who has shown  more consideration lor the wounded men then the Federal officer* hay*  shown their disabled soldiers,  1  th* Manufatanr't  ProbUm Solved!  THE solution wiV bs found m  peg* 4 of "Ths Elmtsr."  anew book just of th* arses. Ws  want to place a copy of this Book ia ths hands ef syery  progressive manufacturer in ths country.  manufacturer owes much of  ha McetM to ths intelligent  arrangement ef hit plant sad  ths elimination of assaflm  sfort aad wasted energy.  Thii Book points ths way to  bifgsr profit, aad greater  saMsasy. Writs to-day for  YOUR *e��y.  OTIS-FENSOM  ELEVATOR COMPAQ  00 MY ST., TORONTO/  Tear out, fill ia sad nail this  Coupon now.  It may prove to bs worth  hundreds of dollars to YOU.  In its pages appear many il-  luilratioas and suggestions  for manufacturer., retailers,  jobbers snd wholesalers, any  one of .which may be lbs  solution of  problem.  four mdhridual  successful  COUPON "N tt"  I    Pleue send me your Book.  |    Name ........  !     Address   P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS   n  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick. Building Blocks.  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   ���   104  The Handsomest Iron  You Ever Saw  ���but its far mora than that. We are ready to prove to you that the  Hotpoint  EbcMc IfM  UtW best irsa  It heal* quicker  -it uses less current-it will do  ANYwork-han-  die al wave cold-  point alway* hot  ���ares all lifting-  fuaraataed for  TEN rear*.  We want to thow you all about it, and tho many other  kinds of domestic labor-savers which we cany. Com* in.  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C.  V*V��� THURSDAY, JUNE, U, JW4  -  KEtOWNA  RECORD  ,   ���;(j[?iif,,i"'ltf  Amusements  "JUST KIDS"  'S^WS*'  It is just as important to,  i have a stylish  Bathing Cap  as a correct street hat. We  have the latest Bathing Caps  ip a variety of colors and  shapes at prices ranging  Irom  25c. to $1.00  P.B.Willib&Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  ��� ANGLICAN  St. Michael aad All Angela' Church,  HalrComeaaajea, irat and third Sunday, in Ik.  m.MhalSa.m.; eecoadand faurlh Sllndwa, anal  Morain* Prayer.  Litaar on the Aral and third Suada re.  Morning Prayer at 11  o'clock!  Evcnins Frnyer .1  Si, Andrew's, Okanagan Miauon.  Firat and third Sender in month, Matin, and Utany  al 11 a.m.  Secoad Sunday, Holy Communion at S a.m.  REV. THOS. GREENE, & A.. Ractor.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knos Pfsabylerian Church,. Kelowna.  MombisSar.ica.al II a.m.l��aninsaerrl.a.tf 7tM  p.m.  Sunday School at 2i30 p.m.  Wokly Pray., Manias on W.dn��daye al * p.m  Rn. A. DUNN. B.D.. Paator  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  Firewood  Ppe, Fir, Poplar  Under 5 ricks, $2.75 rick  5 ricks & over, $2.50 rick  Merritt Coal, $11  Fence Posts, 20c..  Bee Supplies  Whitehead & Co.  Office t Leon Ave.  Phone 307  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  First-Class Service.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 rickets for :  V. L**, Manager.   J. N.Sanders, Prop.  Houses to Rent  7-rooinad house on St. Paul street, all  modem conveniences. Beat J30.00  per month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter street,  eleotrio light and oity water. Rent  120.00 per month.  6-roomed house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rent 120.00 per month,  4-roomed house, good location. Rest  119.00 per month.  Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., Ltd.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombrp  Beghlsrsd Number 48391  DON ZOMBRO IS A BAY STALLION  15.8   hands,   sited bv   Zoabro, dam  Rsmblsr Maid, by Rodgirl, hy   Har-  qals, by Burboa Wilke*.  Dob Zombro started 2 year* ago In the  three-minut* trot or paoe at Kelowna  aad Vernon, winning both raoe*, making a' fark at Vernon of 3.83.   i  Soma ot hi* oolts ere stepping In  better than 2.30 before they are. two  you* old, notably Zombronum, whish  promises to be in th* 2.10 li*tj����14  Hs is a beautiful darv maSogaay  bay, s great produoer, and Und lad  gentle ia disposition.  Don Zombro will aland for service  at Max Jenkins & Co.'s stable  TERMS: $15 for single leap i $20  for season; $25 to insure  (Payable whtn mare prove, to ba in loal)  R. A. COPELAND  -  Owner  BENVOOLIN PKK.WYTEBIAN  BETHEL CHURCH!  Sarrica 7.30p.m.   Sunday Sehool 2 30p.m.  RUTLAND..  Sarrica 11 a.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Sarrica 3.30 p.m.  Ro..W.T.BEATTIE,Pa*>,  METHODIST  Kalowna Methodist Church.  Sabbalh Servico al 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  . Sunday Sohool at 2:30 p.m.  .  Midweek eerrice Wodneeday at 6 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Bapti.t Church, tlli. St.  Sabbalh Sarrica. .1 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 9.30 a.m.     All welcome  Wed. 7.30. p.m. Rev. D. J. Welah, Paaloi  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACIUREO in WESTERN CANADA  By THr CLttAND DlliBlE Fhc(��1  V"' FLOOR   WORLD   RIOC.  A0ENTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  In Hot Weather  ICE CREAM  makei an ideal dessert  with your dinner. We  can eell you a  Small brick, enough for 8..40c  ���    pail.      H      .. >4..25c  Large brick ,, ��� 16.80c  ,,    pail       ,,      ��� 10..50c  Pint pails v. 35c  Quart pailtl. 70c  Juit five ut a phone  call about 20 or 30  minutes before you  want it, aud we will  have it delivered for  you. or drop in on your  way home for a pail  or a brick.  For the beet go to  Alsgard's  PHONE 110  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaws Kelowaa 9;!.���., 3.30 p.n  Lmtm Wctibaak 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Laws Kflowaa 11 ua.  Lte.ni Weetbuk 11.30 a.m.  RETAIL MERCHANTS MEET  IN CONVENTION  (Cootluued Irom Paas 1.)  ��*^^%.��Na��.T^*/as.��.����^\*w%^��Aty^��N^%^/a^v*/s/N/v>^'.  G. H. L HUDSON  1   -  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Larsaat Studios la tha Interior  Portrait, by appointmanl  Psofari Stmt,   ���  blown  only in this way that favorable logia-  lation oould lie obtained. Tha elorts  oi merchants in previous years ,to secure legislation ior the redress ol their  grievances had merely been made by  individuals and had produced but lttle  effect. By combining as ans association they were enabled more Manually to draw the attention of 'he government to many palpably inequitublo  laws alfecting the retail merchants ol  the province.  A large percentage ol the taxes, he  said, were paid by retail merchants,  and he claimed they were entitled to  more consideration. It was estimated  that tbe one hundrid thousand iner-  chants engaged in the retail trade in'  Canada curried no less than five hundred million dollars worth ol .took.  By tho co-operation ol this numerical  strength and wealth ol capital il wns  ao wonder that the government were  beginning to take cognizanoe ol their  claims.  Mr. C. B. Hume, oi Revolstoke, who  was the next Bpeaker, told oi the work  ol the Association in his oity. llr.'Y  Foreman, of Armstrong, odvoouted the  plan of doing business on a cash ba.is  mentioning that he had recently adopting method in his own business with  great success.  Mr. Goo. S. McKenzie aiolie o! the  work of the branch in Kclowna whioh  he said, was in a flourishing condition  and was ol great benefit to the merchants. Credit ratings, uipnreall/,  wero now being handled more inteili  gently and effectually than ever before.  Mr. Tyler, of Salmon Arm, raised  the question as to the right of a government-aided co-operativo organization to compete with looal merchants  in the retail trade. In Salmon Arm,  he remarked, the fruit exchange had  reoently formed a subsidiary company  known as the S.A.F.E. Co., Limited,  in which fifty per oent. ol the stock  was held by the IruU exchange. This  company had developed into a general  retail merchandizing, business, selling  groceries, hardware, clothing, etc.,and  in a circular which had recently been  sent to all the residents in the distriot  it was stated that the company intended including drugs and various  othor goods, in fact they intended to  sell anything and everything they  could handle. The merchants of Salmon Arm, said Mr. Tyler, had no objection to anyone going into business  in competition with them, but they  had a strong objection to suoh competitors as the company referred to,  which was running its business on  funds borrowed from the government  at 4 per cent.  Mr. Tyler's views were endorsed by  many other merchants present, and it  was stated that a deputation would  proceed to Victoria to place the matter before the Attorney-Gonsral.  '  On Tuesday evening the visitors  wore entertained by the Vernon Merchants' Association to a banquet in  the Royal Hotel, and on Wednesday an  automoaile trip to Kolowna wa�� arranged f0r the benefit of the visitors  from the coast.  Rutland News  (from ooi- em OiwMPoaaeai.)  The Methodist Ladies' Aid are holding a strawberry and ioe cream Social  at the parsonage on Friday the 26th.  The Bev. W. T. Beattie will occupy  the Presbyterian pulpit at Rutland on  Sunday next and take as his subject  lor discussion, "The Rmsonablenessol  Prayer." A hearty invitation is extended to all.  The school trustees would like lo remind rate payers that their taxes are  subject to a Id per cent discount up  to the end of this month. By paying  them promptly they will not only save  money for themselves, but also a good  deal ol financial worry tor tha trustee  board.  The Rutland Presbyterian Ladies'  Aid will hold an ice-cream and strawberry social at the home ol Mrs. il,.l.  Sproule an Thursday evening, June 18  commencing at 7 p.m. A charge of So  cents for adults and 10 cent* lor chil  dren will be made at the gate. Cake  sandwiches nnd tea will be served tree.  A musical program will be given. All  welcome.  As Mr. anil Mrs. S. Cray und Arthur  were driving home last night alter a  visit to friends, their horse unexpectedly slueil at something in the road  and swerving round suddenly upset the  buggy. Tn tho mix-up Mrs. Cray'was  badly bruised and cut about the' laoe,  though happily not seriously injured,  while Mr. Cray received n most severe  shaking.  Rov. Cordon Tanner, B.A., the now  pastor of the Mothodist church at Hut  land received from his congregation at  South Kitsilano, Vanrouver, "an address ' and purse on tho eve of his departure from the city. Mr. Tanner is  a splendid speaker and the presentation shows his popularity on his Into  charge. Through the indisposition ut  his son Mr. Tannor will not be on  hand on Sabbath, but instead liev. J.  C. Switzer of Kelowna will preach  at Kllison in tho afternoon and at  Rutland in the evening.  It was only a dream ittory in pictures, acted entirely by (children "Just  Kids" but a story to grip and, hold  your interest through two reels ol tbe  finest "kid" pioture ever produced.  This clever novelty film will be shown  in the special program on Saturday  at the Opera House. The program also includes some new local pict'ires  nnd a feature reel giving an exhibition  of modern ball room dances.  "HOW TO TANGO"  . .lust how to dance the Tango, Man-  ixe, Hesitation Waltz,, Turkey Trot  and other modern dances correctly will  be illustrated in an interesting film  to be shown at the Opera House on  Saturday night. Alien & Rebastion,  the lamous New York ball room dancing experts, performed before the cam  era lor the benefit of movie patrons  desirous ol learning "Just how to do  'it." This film positively can not  be held over and will be shown only  on Saturday afternoon and evening.  THE FARMER AND ADVERTISING  BUMPER  FBTJIT   CROP  OKANAGAN  IN   THE  Many farmers are losing many dollars every year because of a lack of  judicious advertising.  Much fine stock that could be used  for breeding purposes is sold on tne  market because there is no looal demand and the owner makes no effort  to find a buyer, who would be glad  to give'bim dollars more than he receives.  Pure bred poultry goes to the huckster when a dollar's worth of advertising in the local paper would make  you flO and the person who purchased Irom you would be saved an equal  amount, as the big breeder must be  paid for reputation.  Thousands of bushels ol seed corn  are shipped and IexL_ while poorer  quality, in some section, goes into the  ground. Your nearest neighbor may  not know you have something to sell  unless you advertise the tact.���Optimist, l.athrop, Mo.  "The fruit crop for British Columbia  for the year 1914 is now practically  certain to exceed in quantity that of  1913 by about 25 per oent. Fruit  crops generally will be heavy," declares Mr. R. M. Winelow at Vancouver the other day. Mr. Winslow's  statement is baaed on confidential reports from, officials throughout the various fruit district of the province.  Last year's fruit crop in the province weighed 27,760,000 pounds, and  brought the growers a sum of ili.fXW,-  000. This year's crop should iiican  that the fruit growers of the Okanagan  particularly will have at least 9,'iii).-  000 more to divide up than they did  last year without in any way increasing tho cost of the fruit to tha ion-  sumer. Better marketing facilities to  prevent wastage and dumping, and  the recent ordsr of the Dominion railway board in its western freight riles  decision are expected this year to bring  benefits both to the grower and the  consuming publio.  NO  Magi'"'  baking  PliWIifP  Auction Sale  la ths matter ol CEO. A. BOWSER, la.  solvent, the following will bs ssU by  Auction al  J. C. Stockwsll'. Aactkm Rmm  Kelowna, BX./on  Saturday, June 20th.  at 10 a.m.  One pair Chestnut Geldings,  well matched, weighing about  2700 lbs.  One Six-year-old Gelding, with  light main and tail, weighing  about 1300 Its.  These horses are in fins condition anl  ready for work.  A. TEMPLE.       J. C. STOCKWELL,  Curator Auctioneer  ROYALTY IN AWKWARD FIX  There was an awkward moment one  day last week during? ' he visit ol King  George, Queen Mary t ni Prinoeas tfary  to former King Manuel at Twickenham.  It is customary at dinner and lunch  at Twickenham for some member oi  Manuel's household to propose a toast  to the speedy restoration of the dethroned monarch. Wh-n the toast was  proposed at ,unch, the king's equerry  explained that neither King George  nor any member of the royal family  could drink the toast nor associate  themselves with the wish expressed.  The toast was then drunk by everyone standing, except the Buckinghim  palace party.   -O .  Some 40 bcIiooihth were wrecked and  90 or more fishermen lost their lives,  in a storm that swept the coast ol  northern New Brunswick and Chaleura  Bay Friday night. Nearly all the  boats wore blown ashore on Miscou  and Shippegan islands, remote points  on the ooast. All were French-Canadian and Arcadian fishermen.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Be Lot "A" Map 970  Osoyoos Division, Yale District  Notice is hereby niton tnat I shall  at the expiration of one month irom  the date oi the first publication hereof issue a certificate of Indefeasible  Title to the above mentioned Lot in  the name oi George Parker Dolsen unless in the meantime valid objection is  made to me in writing. The holder oi  the following documents relating to  the above lands; viz;���  1. Grant Irom the Crown to Francis Ortelan, dated August 1st, 1883  oi Lot 128, Gr. 1. Osoyoos Division,  Yale District.  2. Conveyance in fee, Francis Ortelan, to Charles Levassuer, dated August 6th, 1884:  3. Conveyance in fee, Charles Lavas*  suer to Joseph Christian, dated, April ISth, 1887:  4. Mortgage in fee, Joseph Christian to Frank Richter, dated April  19th, 1887.  ia   requested   to deliver the same  to  me forthwith.  Dated at tho Land Reqidry Office,  Kamloops this 4th day of May, A. D.  1914.  C. H. DUNBAR  25-29 District Registrar.  ^m**+*m*m~m*m***m**m*m*m**m*m*mmm'*mr*m'*m*am,^Var*m**r^^  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA  ::  B.C.  SJNa'ta^N^^^^^^aSStss^eStj.tJ.^^^^a,^,^^,,?^^^  V��*#^��aAa����*��^^^*����^l��^.)��%1^��ii��^^��irtAii,N^^^^��a��N^��^  ONE BRIDGE MEXICANS WILL NOT BLOW UP  Thia ia the railway bridge at La Trejnr, a lew miles outside ol Vera  t tuz, and considered ons ol the most stratogic points in the vicinity of the  Muxican port. At La Trsjor'is situated the Water plant which supplies the  city with drinking water. Also at this point the railway runs directly into  ths high hills, Ths bridge is across a rather deep gorge and its destruction would mean a considerable delay for the American army in ease a  marsh was ordered on Mexico City. For this reason General Funston has  plaoed a hoavy guard at the bridge and a olose watch is kept over the  actions of Mexicans in the neighborhood, .since ths blowing up oi ths San  I'ranoisoo bridge 28 miles from Vera Cruc, all traffic over the Intorooeanio  ranwny, the narrow gauge road, Into Mexico City has been out oB. The  bridge pictured above ia on ths broad gauge Una, whloh also runs to Mexico  P. O. Bo* 336  Phone 337  GR.  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET. NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce h�� ia now opening a  Fruit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  Delivery to all parts of City  assess .-.-Z__- 3=  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JUNE IL 1914  f WANTED!")  ^B " TT "ii as "asassassaasasassasasanasy  Prepaid Rates: 2 oents per word  first insertion and 1 oent per word ior  each subsequent insertion. No ad., Inserted lor less than 25 cents.  All classified advertisements must bs  paid for in advenes owing to the eost  attending ths booking and charging of  small items.     .  Copy may bs received lor these eds  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  .1  FOR  SALE  FOIt SALE OR RENT.- Six roomed  house on Wilson Avenue. Price  12,000. Terms arranged. Apply E,  England. ��tl  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  nnd lot, $12fi0, oloss in. Apply Bos  149 Kelowna. 19tf.  FOR SAI.E.-lMack Minorca eggs lor  hatching, 82.00 per setting. Prize  winners at fall and winter fairs. Apply II. D. Riggs. 19tf.  FOR SALIC- Arsenate of Lead, 1,   5,  and 25 pound sizes.   Kelowna Grow-  irs Exchange.  23tl  TEAMS FOR SALE.-Hcnvy drall and  general purpose. u I -I. Morrison  R. R. I. I'hone 3410. 28tf.  FOR SALE CHEAP.��� trustworthy  saddle ho.se. Driting horse. I.ndy  can manage, tint, afraid of motors.  Telephone 2202. 2R.9p  FOR SALE���flood Massey-Harris bicycle, cost -"60. almost new, iirioo?27,.'i0  Apply Rain ('aider, at Richmond's  store. 20  FOB SALE���Churn, two-wheeled cart,  democrat, Magnet cream separator,  set of harness. Apply Gather, 52ft,  Harvey avenue. 20-1  FOR SALE���Driving or saddle pony,  harness anil buggy, *I00. Apply  Cather, 520, Harvey nvonuo.   '_ 29-1  FORiSALE���Fence posts for city   lots,  0 feet long.     Apply Cnthor, 526, Harvey avenue.  ���9-1  TO RENT  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent lis.so per mo.  Apply \V. H. Fleming, Kolowna. Ht!  FOK SALE OR RKNT.-K-roomcd cottage with bath. Stockwell avenue.  Apply P.O. llox 201, Kolownn.   27tf  NOTICE  Notice is hereby gl.en, that at the  next statutory meeting of the Poord of  Licensing Commissioners for the City  of Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply for n renewal of my li-  eonce to sell liquor by retail In t'.he  premises known as the Palace Hotob,  situated on the north side ()f Rernard  av?nue, Iwlween Water street and Pendozi street,  in  the City of  Kelowna,  n. C.  Dated the 21st day of May, 1914.  20-30  RARRON STRAIN  1 have imported a pen of Ruff Orpin,'! on, from Tom Barron, Lancashire  England, and also ono of Whito Wyandotte, from Will Barron, Lancashire,  England. They are from their best,  winter laying strain, tfggi from these  two pens 82.50 por sotting of 15.  Terms cash with order.  SUED POTATOES for sale, Mortgage Lifters, good cloan seed.  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin  P.O. IJox OKI, Kelowna. 24-31  SPIBELLA COBSETS  Mrs. J. H. Dsvies will bs at Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday, ol each week to meat  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. O.  Box 626, Kelowna. 20tl.  As tho Cannery contemplates a very  heavy run this season, we are desirous  of employing all the women and girls  we can obtain locally.  A kindergarten will be maintained  where small children of women desiring employment will receive good care  during the day Ires ol charge. Kindly  send in your names lor registration.  WESTERN  CANNERS LTD.  TENDERS WANTED  Further tenders wanted lor the construction oi a Frame Peeking Houso  at East Kelowna, near Ridley's cornel.  Revised specifications may be Been at  the cfliiv ol the Architect, Mr. A. F.  Pelton.  Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  KELOWNA flBOWEBS'  20 ���    EXCHANGE  WEEKLY MEETING OF  CITY COUNCIL  (Continued Irom PaO 1,1  had been made a year and a had  ago. Mr. Fuller stated indignantly  | that the (act that this grading had  not been done had prevented him irom  [ selling any of his property, and had  'meant considerable financial inconvenience to him.  The records of the matter were looked up, the city clerk reading the minutes of a meeting held in December,  1912 at which Mr. Fuller and Mr. C.  tjuinn, who owned adjoining property  had attended.  It appenred that Mr. Fuller and Mr.  Quinn in subdividing their property  had each promised to give 33 feet for  the street, but owing to a bend in  the street Mr. Fuller hud to give a  little more land than Mr. Quinn. In  consideration of this Mr. Quinn had  ngreed to pay the whole cost amo ,nt  ing to 8200 of the filling of a slouch  which the council required before the  street could be opened. It was pointed out that this filling had not been  done and also that Mr. Fuller had not  by any registered plan or deed given  the city possession of his hnlf of the  street.  Mayor Jotiss assured Mr. Fuller that  as soon as ho bad had' the necessary  subdivision plan passed showing the  portion handoil over to the city for  tbe street and the 8200 had been paid  the council would take the work in  hand.  It was decided to gran'* the application of Mr. W. llaug to purchase 1000  feet of tiie city's -1-inch sewer pipe, a  resolution being passed fixing tho price  to be charged at  M cents per foot.  The   following   accounts  were      thon  passed for payment:  S. D. Colquette, first engineer's  salary    ... .8160.00  F, R. Hirst, second engineer's  salary         110.00  E. Fowler,    third    engineer's  salary       110.00  F. Varney, fireman's salary .... -^5.00  F. Freeman, fireman's salary S5.00  R. M. Ml', lineman's salary ... 100.00  A. II. Hayward,    electric lino tl 15  .1. Symo-nds. electric lino  -15.60  K. Schmidt, eleotrio line  27.90  Hf Sands, electric line   52.05  F. Swainson, street work      .104.00  D. EnniB    &    R.    McDonnell  streot work   71.50  W. H. Paisley, street work ... 71.50  A. R. Davy, street work   35,06  ���T. Copeland. street work   71.50  .T. Ferguson, street work   32.50  W. A. Cihson, street work   39.00  H. Harrison, street work   33.00  L. Cerrie, street work   3.00  ���T. Rrodie, street work   15.00  H. Maidmcnt, street work   18.00  A. Andrew, streot work   15.17  J. Todd, street work   01.25  C. Wright, streot work   45.00  C. F. Teal, waterworks   115.00  P. Strand, waterworks   41.33  .1.  BaUldoy, waterworks   'J7.57  K,  Schmidt, Raterworks ...... 16.16  Frank A vender,   waterworks 1.67  E. Ron.ionn, waterworks   21.35  .1. Bergcr, waterworks   22.f!8  G. H. Dunn, salary       . 166.66  F. V. Roylo, salary    .���10.00  W. H. Ronnioo.salary  90.00  P. T. Dunn, salary   300.00  R. W. Thomas, salary   41.93  A. Cibb, salary  S500  ���I. A. Bigger, salary   25.00  A. H. Davy, salary    166.66  W. Sabine, salary   107.25  Dr.  H.I..A.  Kollor, rent   27.50  II. I. Johnston et al, rent ... 40.00  A. R. Davy, watering streets 149.50  Paoific ('oast Pipe Co. pipe and  specials,   less freight   873.20  White k Rindon , stationery 29.50  Kelowna Implement Co.    Ltd.  payment    nn ncct,    steam  roller   500.00  Palmer k Rogerson, park aoct 170.25  IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL  AT KELOWNA  (Ooatinatd Irom Pace 1.)  orcss, Mr. and Mxb. D. Lookie. .Vr.  and Mrs. ���fun. Harvey Sr.. Mr. Chas.  Harvey, Mia. F. R. E. DeHart. ill r.  D. Lloyd-.Jones, Mr. and Mri. W.  Lloyd-Jones, Mrs. Wm. Haug, lir.  Huyeke and a large number of other  representative citizens. The pall bearers were Aldermen 1). W. Sutherland,  and Messrs. V. It. ft. DeHart. Geo. E.  Ritchie. Wm. llnujr, John Fletcher and  D. Lloyd-Jones.  The greater portion of (hose on tho  wharf followed in the specially chartered launches to the private burial  ground, where the Rev. Thos, Greeae  officiated.  A U.VK WITH THE PAST  , The deceased was born in the town  of Little York, now tho city of Toronto, in November 1831. She was therefore in her 83rd year, and had shi*  lived until the twenty-eighth of next  month would hnve been married 61  years. For several years past the jut*  Mrs. Rembler Paul had been in failing  health; indeed ever since Mr. Paul  came to Kelowna, nine years ago sho  hud been practically an invalid and  for the greater portion of the timo  more or less bed ridden.  Tho tomb, whioh is of concrete With  a marble base is built into the aide of  a hill. No madding noise pervades tht*  ntilliiesfj: tho twitter of the birds, the  r-ighin'? of the leaves of the trees an*  ihe only compnn:onV of this hill-aido  trravn. a fitting place to commune with  on  Another serious automobile mishap  ocourred on the Vernon Road Sunday  afternoon. It appears that as Dr.  Van Kleek and a party Irom Armstrong were proceeding home, ai a  dangerous turn ol the road near Oyama the oar collided with another car  coming to Kelowna and driven by Hr,  1). R. Johnstone of Kamloops. The  Intter's brakes were applied so sudden-  jlv thnt Mrs. Johnstone, who was In  the front seat, was shot ten feet into  tho air and sustained considerable Internal injuries. The doctor was alao  thrown out and practioally wedged  between the two cars. He was not,  however, sevorely injured. Tho other  occupants, with tho exception ol Mrs.  Johnstone escaped with a severe shaking" Tho auti  ably damaged.  Mr. H. (!. Bennett, otlioial photo  graphor for the C.P.R., who haa beon  hero taking views ol the Kelowna district, loft hy this morning's boat.  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD. VERNON, B.C.  1'hi. school offers a thorough, modem  education, with careful training and  refined home life.   Terms moderate.  For prospectus, etc., apply  Miie LeCALLAIS   ���   Principal   200  MONEY to LOAN  on buain.se and Revenue producing  properly.   FIRST MORTGAGE.  G. A. FISHER,  Box 192  or Office, Crawley Block.  ICE  Delivered to any part of the oity in  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  H. B. DUBTCH  Bankhead  Phone 180   ' 21tf.  nature and nature's    fiod.  Here tmlv  the weary are at rest.  Mr. Renjbler Paul desires to express  his thanks to \xw many friends for  their expressions of condolence in his  bereavement, anc) for the many beautl  ful wreaths. He also wishes to thank  thoso who attended the funeral.  ?  Have you seen what we do ?  Here are tome things we DON'T DO  1 We DON'T use our laundry *��� a  . dwelling.  2 We  DON'T  sleep  on  the dirty  linen.  3 We DON'T wash the linen with  our hands.     ��,  4 We DON'T rub. Which means we  don't wear out the clothes.  5 We DON'T use any bleach except  on obdurate stains.  6 We DON'T wring or twist the  clothes���we extract the water  by centrifugal force.  7 We DON'T iron everything and  sprinkle  by  hand, we  do all  possible ironing by machinery.  8 We DON'T carry your clean linen  home on our backs, even though  they ARE clean.  9 We DONT charge for our work  at unreasonable rates.  10 We  DONT  send   our -money  across the Pacific.  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Off Pendozi Street South  Phone 159  ���W  FLEISGHMANN'S  YEAST  UNIFORMLY RELIABLE  ElEISCHMANN'S Yeast has no  equal, is in a class by itself, and'P  the easiest yeast to use, the quickest  yeast to act, and the most economical  to buy.  It comes in small cakes. We'get it  in fresh twice a week and ..you need  only take one cake as we give out  tickets for tke other, selling the cake  and the ticket, or two cakes, for 5c  You should try Fleisch-  ,    mann's  Yeast   Cakes ���  Two for   --   Five Cents  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality ft Service ear motto.  5 per cent. Diecount lor Cash  Monthly accounts nett  Saturday Cash Special  100 pounds English Biscuits, in half-pound packets,  regularly 20c per packet or 40c lb Saturday, 25c lb.  mmm  " Grace, ease and comfort become  second nature to wearers of  C/C a la Grace Corsets.'*  Thomas Lawson, Limited


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