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 mm  ���m  VOL. VI.  NO. 44.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLOMBIA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1914.���8 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum �����'*  ���   - ,.���.���  YOUNt! BELGIAN HERO  Joesph L. Loyeson, a Belgian boy scout, who has just been decorated  with tho bronze medal lor merit lor the romurkablo assistance ho li.is len-  dored the Belgian army in the'fight airainst the Gormans. Young Leynsun  iB a native ol Antwerp and is a loiadoi- in the boy scout organization fat < hat  city.  Included in his achievements aro the captsre, sinula! handed, ol I  Gorman engineers, ono Uhlan and two priests, who turned out to be Geri  spies in disguise.  He has been in live actual rnarauemonts and has used moro than 500  cartridges in his automatic, niBtol. Hs has made six trips Irom Antwerp taa  Brussels on his bicyole, passing through territory infested bv Gormans, carrying important messages.  two  man  Replar Meeting of  City Council  The council met JL-u'-y Jieruing a  regular meeting, Acting-mayor Sutherland and Aldermen Copeland, Duggan, Rattenbury and Taylor being  present.  The principal matter dealt with waa  the proposal to put a storm drain  down the lane to the south ol Barnard avenue behind the stores to carry off rain water, which, during ' a  storm ran in large quantities from  the roots ot the buildings. Hooding the  lane and the' various warehouses.  Alderman Copeland report'/d having  obtained estimates ior the construe-  tion ol a drain Irom the Coaoiso  block to the rear ol tho Itoyal I lane.  Constructed ol 2-inch fir "lank and  with a clear inside space of eight in-  cliYs square, he was of opinion - that  it oould be completed ior Ji!5U.  It was decided to have the work  done, and a resolution was passed authorising tho Board of Works to proceed- <  Mr. C. Quinn waited on the counoil  to request the placing of two street  lights on Water street between Lake  and Willow avenues, whioh he Bald  were very badly needed. The request  was referred to the Light committee.  The clerk reported that the Bank oi  Montreal solioitor bad left with him  a form of guarantee covering advances  made by the bank under looal improve  ment by-laws, with a iequest that lbs  same be executed at the present mooting.  The proposal, however, did not marl  with the members' approval, as it appeared that in signing suoh a document they would become jointly and  severally responsible to the bank (or  the loans. It was decided therefore  aot to sign it.  By-law 168, extending the date ior  the one-sixth rebate on taxes to Ootober 13th was reconsidered and finally  passed.  The following accounts were passed  los payment:  R.    W.    Thomas,    prisoner's  transportation ".. ..   f 60.26  Board ol Trade, rant ol room  ior public meetings   Albert Gibb,-prisoner's transportation    A. H. Hayward, balance duo  for work during August ..  W. J. Marshall, West 10-ft, of  lot 2, Black 3,' map 186  (Pendozi widening acct.) ..  Imperial Oil Co., engine oil . .  City of Vernon, prisoners' keep  C. H. Yuill, balance due in connection with new equipment  at power house     214.40  Amongst the correspondence was a  letter irom Sir Richard MoBride stating that a large and rerjresentativr  delegation of Viotoria citizens had  waited upon him recently for the purpose pi Inducing the government to  take means to curtail throughout ths  province tho hours of the sale of Liquor, urging that this was especially  desirable at the preBent time on account ol the state of war whioh obtains. Nothing was said In the letter  about the aotual reduction of hours,  but bs requested that the sale ol in-  WAR CAUSES INVESTORS TO LOOK  TO CANADA  Mr. Raid, Agent General ior Alborta  in London, .makes the following statement:  "I don't know how to explain it  'but I have had more enquires 'rom  British investors during^llio'^past loo  days than in tho previous ten months  inquiries, not ior real estate, but for  solid investments in Alberta, it may  be a reaction from the depression, or  possibly the war itsolf is making Englishmen look to Canada for Bale investments."  It is also becoming steadily recognised here that war outers, ,ind the  stopping of European supplies to competitive market), must give' increasing  impetus to Canadian industries, especially ' obtton, woolen, iron and  itoel.  The pastor wil I bu in oharge of the  services in the MethodiBt church on  Sunday. The theme for discussion in  the morning is "National Insurance  against War" and the topic for the  evening, "Clod und the War."   O   Following the example of other Lake  points, a corps is beinc formed in Sum  merlnnd in order that all male citizens  mav have an opportunity ol acquiring  some knowlcdgo of military drill and  tactics. It is intended that all will  join tho ' rifle association, and so acquire a knowledge of the rifle and  how to use it.  6.00  5.30  16.12  106.00  ��1.17  7JS0  Ovor 7,000 men are now employed on  the building of the Pacifio Great Eastern Railway between Choakamus Canyon, B. Cand Fort George, B. C.  Truck laying is in progress beyond  Chouknmus where a number ol bridges  havo recently been completed. Practi-  callv all the grade has boen finished  between .Squnmish, B. C, the oooan  terminus of the lino, and Lillooet, B  C, a distance of 120 miles.  Canadian official estimates ,,ut lbs  wheat crop of the three nor; b west  provinces at 137,000,0011 bushels, as  against 209,000,000 bushels hui/osted  a year ago. Private experts figure  that the spring crop regioa in tin  United States will produce only 224,-  000,000 bUBhels, a falling a!t of C12,-  000,000 bushels compared with tho An-  gast government repoot.  toxicants in    Kelowna be kept     well  within the law.  As indicating the distress which is  being felt this year in some parts oi  the prairies, owing to tho poor orop  a pathetic appeal was read from 8  farmer in tho Manitou district of Alberta on the C.P.R., Locembe branch  Owing to the drought they hid no  wheat to sell and no potatoes oi  vegetables. Hs bad heard of ths  bountiful crop of Iruit in the Oksns  iran and asked il it were not possible  lo arrange, to have somo of the surplus shipped to his district, instead i  allowing it to go to waste.  A letter was road announcing thr  convention of lhe Union of B. C. Mu  nicidalities to be held in Kamloops or  Ootober 22nd and 23rd.  The meeting then adjourned until  Friday, October 2nd.  Weather Favors Kelowna's Annual  Fall Fair and Lowboy Snorts  Fair Is Marked By Great Increase in Number of Entries   -  Remarkable Advance In Poultry Section  .No littlo ciedit iB due to the dilvc- <    Between events, exhibitions ol fancy  an s ol   ino   Agricultural ABSuoi*t.ou  roping and trick riding were given by  Charlie Mill, A. D. Keen and libera,  uud some daring and   difficult o.|Ui-i*-  aor the great success oi tlio lull lull-,  avmon nas uieu neid tuis week, ana  anas, iu spite oi tue many undoubted  urawoacks and ud.orso couU.iions. iia-  steud ot tho entries tailing oil as some  predicted thero has been a general in-  jrouse ol no lesa man &i per cent, and  ai was Ireely admitted oy judges and  everyone olse that not only were uie  dairies numerically greuiur, out the  quality was supcr.or in a very marked  degree. in the poultry suction ' especially u tromonuous advance was evi  dent. The entrios numbered over odd  an increase of.neariy id per cunt, over  >ust year, aud tho judge, Mr. Wnuy,  ./us emphatic in the declaration tha.  no finer collection cou.d be scon uuy-  whore in the province  ihe fruit and vegetable sections  mado a mugnilicent disp.ay, and suu-  slant ini increases were also noted in  the dairy stook entries.  The list of prize winners will be  loand on another page.  Tho lair was opened Wednesday afternoon by tho Hon. Prioe EiUaon,  minister of agriculture, who expressed  the utmost satisfaction with the fair  generally. Though more than two-  thirds of tho fairs in the paovince had  been ubandoned, 'he wus glad that Kelowna had had tho courage to go  ahead, and he was delighted indeed to  note the magnificent collection of pro-  ilna-e which had been gathered together. He was especially ploased to see  tho evident revival of interest in live  stook, though he regretted that Borne  better accommodation was not provided lor it. In this connection he  made the gratifying announcement  that if the Kelowna farmers would  put up 11500 toward the erection ol  Uvo stock sheds ho Would undertake  that the government would contribute  a like sum. (Loud applause),  Prol. Wesbrook, principal of the now  University ol 11. C, and Prol. Klinclt.  of the faculty ol agriculture, who are  at present visiting the district, also  delivered addresses.  iu the matter of weathor conditions  wero ideal, and though the utteudunco  "���'ednesaruy was not quite 'bo large, on  Thursday the turnout exceeded all ex-  peststions.  DARING  rMltATj IN BUCKING  HORSE CONTEST  In the management ol the twe days'  "Round up," and Cowboy sports th  committee were fortunate this your  in huving the assistance of Mr. A, D.  Kenn, tho well-knewn cowboy, rough-  rider, and moving pioture artist, who  has figured in most of the famous  "round-ups" in the west for a nuinosr  of yeara, and recently had charge of  tho "Range Day" sports at the Vanoouver Exhibition. Uis prowess as a  rider ol bucking horses and .uiuy  roping is shown by tho numerous trophies he has won, the latest being a  magnificent oowboy outfit, of saddle,  bridle und chaps which hs captured nt  Vanoouver. It is hiB proud boast  that he nover yet was thrown from  any horse he attempted to ride. He  mode a quantity of film of this wcok's  sports, which wiU be shown all over  the world. Mr. Kean, bv ths way is  no stranger to this valley having jhi.  in several years aB cowboy with some  of tho old-time oattle ranchers lo lhe  seuth.  The country had boen Bcoursd during  the last woek or two lor bucking u -  aes, anal certainly, some ol tho toughest specimens whioh oould be sesn any  whore wero brought out to test     thy  Alex Mitrchnnd was the first to enter  riders' skill.  the field Wednesday afternoon, and ua  umuaing divoi-Bion wus croated by the  vioious brute which had been singled  out for him, after u vain attempt to  throw his ridor, making a bee-line for  the slpugh at tho lar side of the  track. Horse aad man went plunging  into the blaok slime together, and  whon Murchaml crawled out hiB gorgeous now yellow chaps (part of Mr.  Kean's Vanoouver prize) were a sight  lor the gods. The horse was pulled  out with difficulty, and will no Jouhi  remember his first lesson with a saddle.  doe Brent managed to stay on in  spite of the lurious fight his mount  put up, but was disqualified for "pull  ing leather" which Ib cowboy lor holding on to tho saddle.  Micky Dorriokson, one ol the best  riders of the bunch met his Waterloo  with a powerful black, which had the  reputation of never having beon ridden. Micky came off like a shot from  a catapult.  Milt Nelson, Oliver McDougall und  Billy Raincook were all thrown (all.  Mack Antoine managed to stay on a  furious buoker ia spile of the fact  that the rope halter oame off in his  hands, but he was disqualified lor  'pulling leather."  On the second day Charlie Still won  laurels bv conquering the hitherto \iu-  conquernble "Midnight" ond wns loudly applauded. Harvey Mol^llan ond.  George McKinley ware thrown.  triun stunts were performed.  RESULTS OF FIRST DAY'S  RACES  Free for all.���There wero throe entries,'Jack Cameron's "Looal Option"  "Bluck Jack", from Clareshoiin, Alta,  und "Mabel C" a promising mare he-  longing to T. E. Crowcll, of ronton.  "Mabel C" made first in ouch of Ihe  throe heats.  A fine race was the Churiot Race,  between Casorso lli-os.,' with a team  of blacks, and Archie .Johnson with u  team of bays, each hitchud to a box  on wheels which did duty for a char-  lot, Ancient Romo surely rfsvtr witnessed a more exc.ting event which was  won by a modern Roman in tho person of'Folix Casorso.  Tho Cowboy Relay Raoe, involving a  trip four times round the course witb  a change of saddle to fresh horses  each time, was a capital evont. It was  a two-day raccj the times for the f>st  day being, added to thoBe of the second. Tho winners were Ferd Brent,  first, McAllister, second, and W. Rain-  cock, third.  Pony ltuoo. 1st, yictor Bori's "Maud  .S", 2nd, Pyman's "Pinkie." i  Tandem Race.���1st, Archie Johnson.  2nd. It. Iliiwes, 3nd Felix Casorso. Al-  ister t'aunei-on kiso competed but lost  his leader.  Boy's Puny Raoo.���i 1st, Brush,  on /Polly", 2nd, Tom Davy on "Paddy."      ,  SECOND DAV  The same three horses con-.p. ted  again in ths Free-for-all but only I wo  heats were run, the race going lo  Crowell's "Mabel C."  Half,. Mile Open. First heat.-lst,  ' .Senator Warner" (Ireland), ind,  "Lord Rossington," (Viotor Bori' 3rd,  "Don K" (Fuller), Second heat, 1st,  Lord Rossington, Snd, Don E, i,nl,  .Senator Warner. Third host, In, Senator Warner, 2nd, Lord Rossington,  3rd, Don E.. "Senator Warner" which  thus won first money was fnrimly  owned by Casorso Bros.  Sbotland pony race���1st I. Weddell,  2nd, Leslie Mawhinney, 3rd, 'Pommy  Taylor.  Ladies' Relay Race. There wore tl.roe  entries for this race, Miss Jennie  Stephens, Miss Fadden and Miss Seen,  finishing in Ihe order named. Miss  Seon had a bad {all the lirst time  round, but was fortunately unhurt.  A Cowboy Pony Raoe was ruu witb  six entries, Brent 1st. MoDougull 2nd,  Davy, Allison, Still and MoDougal. A  dispute arose over the result on the  grounds that the winner should have  been barred as a race horse, from running with cewboy horses.  Felix Casorso and Archie Johaif-on  ran u match chariot race, the lotto*  winning after a Close race.  WILD HORSE RACE  The wild horse race on the second  day waB tho most. thrilling event of  ���ihe whole program and the daring  riders had some narrow oscapeB in  their endeavors to Baddlu unbroken  horses and ride them around tho track  Billy Raincook came in first, but he  had somo exoiting times before he achieved the feat. Onoe he caused the  hearts of the spectators to come into  their mouths, by falling out of the  saddle and being dragged for a con.  sideroble distance by the log. Ho got  a nasty kick too, but you can't kill  Billy, lor he was up aggin alter 'shaking himself and triumphantly finished  the course. Milt Nelson also after  a long fight managed to get his unwilling steed around tho track. Slack  Antoine tackled a blaok horse that  fought like u tigor, and though he did  not fulfil the prescribed conditions in  bringing the horse round th- fuck,  ho certainly put up the best show of  tho three. After a long tussel the  bruto jumped the fence and turned a  comploto summersault, but Mack was  in it ho saddle when he got on his feet  again.  Altogether tho general consensus of  opinion was that tho (air and sports  had been a big success, and that tho  directors had done well in not yielding to pessimism and abandoning it.  ENGLISH HERO OF THE HOUR  General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrlen, al whom General Fuench, commander-  in-chief of the British expeditionary forces in tho present struggle, makes  special mention in his first detailed report of the allied armies' moveinhnta.  Generul French states that it was General Dorricn who by his valuable services saved the British left wing from annihilation. In his account General  French says:  "I cannot close the brief account of th s glorious - stand of the British  tronns without putting on rosord my deep appreciation of the valuable sis  vices renalered by Sir Horace Smith-Dorr'en, in saving the, lsft wing on the  morning of the 26th."  CANADIAN STEAMER SUNK IN  ST. LAWRENCE  �� Tho Canadian Government steamer  Montmagny waB sunk in the St, Lawrence river 26 miles Irom Quebec last  Friday morning in collision with tho  Dominion coal steamer Lingan in a  log, 12 ol her crew ol 20 being lost.  Tho Montmagny waa a steel twin-  screw vessel owned by tho Canadian  government and employed by Iho department of marine ml fiske'es. At  tho timo of the Titanic disaster she  was fitted out to search lor bodies of  the viotims, and sho recovered a number. The Lingan is a British steamer  of 2600 tons.  * o !   ENGLISH COMPAMY COMING  A brass manufaeturing pliant will bs  established at RedelifTe, Alberta, by a  Drominont American comnanv, and it  it expected that it will bo in operation this fall. The industry will give  employment to a considerable number  of hands.  Starting at midnight on Saturday,  Septembor 26 two transcontinental  trains each way will pass along the  main line ol the C.P.R., instead of  three as previously. Train No. ll  St. Paul to Seattle will be discontinued, as will also train No. 11 Irom  Seattle to St, Paul.  That Canada offers a vast und profitable field to English sompanies of  established reputation, has been evidenced bv the increasing numbers ol  London theatrical offerings ia this  country during the past year.  With tho exception of the "Versa-  tiles", theso companies have all offered us dramatic fare, ranging from  Shskespeare to modern. comedy.  Among the English companies one  finds a groater sincerity of purpose  than in the offerings from across tho  other sideaif the line. The ie* with  the majority of American shows ap  dears to be to jump over here and get  the money and hurry back.  It iB altogether different with tbt  English shows. They come hero with a  reputation whioh boars the stamp oi  London approval, and endeavor by.  conscientious work to estubl.Bii themselves -in the good graces of Canadian  theatregoers.  Last year F. Stuart-Whyte brought  out a' small musical comedy' and Pierrot show, whioh created such a favorable impression, that he felt justified  in putting all his profits back into  the same field and for this Beason he  has doubled his oompany and supplied  them with elaborate and expi>nsiv<  stage settings and costumes.  Their feature offorisg this season  is a now musical comedy ontitled,  "Scottie in Japan," which will be  ���riven at tho Opera House on Tuesday  and Wednesday, September 20th and  30th. Tho bill for Wednesday night  will be an entire change from the first  night.   o   Rutland News  ttnm oar owa CornaDonikni.1  Hr. Wm. Fleming is suffering (rom a  very painful accident which will necessitate his using crutches for several  weeks. He was unfortungte enough to  fall out of an apple tree owing to a  defective branch.  ��� ���  ���  Mrs. K. H. Loosemore and family arrived on Saturday last. Their new  home will be ready for occupancy very  soon.  ��� ���  *>  Churoh of England services will be  held in the old school house next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'elock.  *���'��������  Mr. A. Kldridge, of Rutland left this  morning for Salmon Arm. for n few  weeks holiday.  California's production of gold last  year, valued at 920,406,953. atcoidiag  to government figures, was 0c largest  In 31 years.  End of Ng Battle  Is Appreacblag  Germans are Flinching Under Frossers  01    Allied    Troops-Much Dspeads  On "Result of this Greatest  Battle in History  The terrific struggle betweea the ru-  trenched forces along the banks of the  R'.ver Aisne still oontinues, and although tho allies are making slow  progress thoy have not been able to  dislodge the Germans or to gain any  very decided advantage. It is believed, however, that the battle oan not  laat much longer as the enemy's right  wing has been pushed to a point where  a general retreat seems unavoidable.  Three British cruisers succumbed to  attacks by German submarines Tuesday, with heavy loss ol lite, though  two of the attacking submarines were  sunk bv the British ship "Creasy'' before she went down.  The fall of .larosliau, the Austrian  fortified position in Galicia. is ri-gard-  ed as the most decisive stroke announced from the continental luittle-  fields in the last twenty-four hours,   C>   Col. Sam Hughes, minister of militia, has authorized Col. Jim MacDon-  nell, of Vancouver to raise a nieuated  corps in British Columbia, lor ssavioo  at the front. It will take sotue days  to arrange details, but as boob bs  tliese are complete, recruiting wrill  begin. This corps will consist ol nothing but expert riders and crust,  shots, and will be largely recruited in  the interior ol B. C.  ������������O   Nelson, the drunken Swede who created the stir last Thursday afternoon  was brought up Saturday afternoon  nnd charged with shooting a* Alderman Copeland and lb. Dundus w.t'i  Intent to murder. Prisoner disclaimed  any knowledge of the affair, saying he  was too drunk at the time to know  what ho wus doing. He was sent up  for trial at the coming assizes.   , O   Fifty oi the best known English authors, among them men and woman el  the most divergent political and social  views, have siirned a declaration in  whioh they say all are agreed that  "Great Britaia oould, not, without  dishonor, have refused to take part  in the present war." The signers include Rudyard Kipling, M. Granville  Barker. Sir. J. M. Barrio, Arnold Bennett, Ilob?rt Bridges, G. K. Chesterton, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, .Sir H.  Rider Haggard, Thomas Hardy, Anthony Hope Hawkins, Jerome K. Jerome, Henry Arthur .loses, H. G.  Wells and Mrs. Humphaey Ward.  , o   BIRTHS  TEMPa.15.-On Sunday. Sept. 20th to  Capt. A, and Mas. Temnle, a son.  BOND.-On Wednesday. Sept. 83rd, to  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bond, all Rutland, a daughter.  DILWORTH.-On Thursjday,.Sent. 2��th  to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dilworth, a  son.  McMASTER.-On Sunday, Sept. 20th,  to ths wife ol Mr, :A. MeMastar, a  daughter.  m PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THUBfiDAY, SEPTEMBER M, JttH]  KELOiftiNH record  Published every Thursday at *4owm��,   British ggjttgfa   JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  United  Subscription Rates:  11.50   a* tw;    7*o.. six   aosthi  HUatm CO mu addition*!.  AU MbsoriptioH navablg la advauot.  Advertiung Rata:  laODtJB NOTICES. PBOPfSSlONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 81 OMto par aoLuma lack  Der  w��k.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-80 dtvi. 96:  ���0 ���**��. 17.  WATER NOTICES-IB Ior five inaertlona.  LEGAL ADVERTLS.NG-Firt*    inMrtion.     12  ewts ptr JUss; ��wh inbMQwnt inMrtion, 8  Mth   ���ullMUIMD'  CLASSIFIED ADVERTtSEHENTS-2 oeat* dm  word lirtt laieriioi. 1 ont i*r word em  cabMOVMBt  Uutriioai.  DISPLAY ADVEHTISEMENTS-Twt) tncfar��  snd undtr. >0 otata Per inch lint Insertion  over two immm 40 cmu per Im* lint Ib-  ���ertioe: SO  centa  par  Inch "    "**   iawrttas.  AU ehSBCM ts SOStraot advert win nt* mum  ba ia Ut* fcMda ol tha prints* by TuawU\  ��� \t*imr to ensure publiention ia tke netl  U-U*.  The new gume regulations prohibiting tho kiilinir of does is not working  out so well at* the authorities intended. Numbers of doi-a haw In-fit found  shot on the hills tuncu the season  opened. Apparently tho hunters responsible, having shot the does hy mistake, thought it safer to leave them  to the coyotes than to run the chunce  of a fine. One can scarcely blame  them, though the waste is to bo regretted. The question has been raised  as to whether it is possible strictly  to observe the law in regard to trus  killing of does. Ouu can easily understand that the very keenest eyesight  might fail to recognize the difference  between a buck and a doe supposing  the animal to be running through the  bruBh, Bay in the uncertain light of  daybreak or twilight. People huve  been known not far away from Kelowna to shoot calves, colts and eveu  full-grown horses and cattle in mistake for deer. Of course a wouid-be  hunter whose eyesight is so bud as  thut should stay at home, as he iB  not quite sufe with a gun anyway.  Hut if rumor iB to 1�� trusted some of  the does whirl, have been killed this  year havo fallen to thc guns of old  seasoned hunters, so that the novice  has a slim chance of escaping trouble.  We ahould be glad to hear the opinion  of some of the moro etperieoct-d hunters on this point.  list of Fall Fair  Prize Winners  Division  I.  Poultry and Pet  Stock-  Utility Pens  Barred llaioks. 1st, Maok Copeland.  Turkeys  Bronze. Young gobler, 1st, F. ft. E.  DeHart; Young hen, 1st F. It. K. Dollar!; Old gobler, 1st, and 2nd, It.  Munson, 3rd. F. K. K. DeHart; Old  hen, 1st, It. Munson, 2nd'. F. It. V..  DeHart.  Judges.���Mr.    Wnby, Enderby;  Notley, Kelowna.  All.  I  Geese  Asiatics  Light Brahmas: Cock���1st Maok Cope  land; Hon, 1st and 2nd, Mack Copeland; Cockerel, 2nd Muck Copeland,  Pullet, 1st and 2nd Mack Copeland.  Black Leghorns: Cockerel, 1st nud  2nd, Mrs. M. E. Cameron; I'ullct 1st  and 2nd, Mrs. M. E.  t'uiueron.  American  Burred Plymouth Rock! .���Cook, 1st,  E. L. Ward; 2nd, and 3rd, Mack Copeland; Hon, 1st, and 2nd, Maok Copeland; Cookcrel, 1st, Alwyn Wedaloll,  2nd, Muck Copolano*; 3rd, It. 8. Hull,  ���1th E. L, Ward; l'ullot, 1st, 2nd, and  3rd, Alwyn Woddell; 4th Mack Cope-  ,nnd. Pen young birds, 1st, Muck  Copeland.  White Plymaauth Hocks. Cock, 1st,  and 2nd, E. I,. Ward; Hon, 1st, and  2nd, E. I.. Ward.  White Wyandottes. Cock, 1st, Alwyn  Weddell; Hon, 1st and 2nd, Alwyn  Woddell; Cockerel, 1st D. 0, Middleton  2nd T. Barber, 3rd, J. ('. Brown;  Pullet, 1st. T. Barber, 2nd, .1. C.  Braawn; IVn young birds, 1st, ,). C.  Brown.  Columbian Wyandottes. Pullet, 1st,  1). 0. Middleton.  S. C. Uhaide Island Keds. Cook, 1st,  .1. 0, Stockwell; Hon, 1st, and 2nd,  S. .1. WcokB, 3rd, .1. C. Strckwcll;  Cockerel, 1st. D. 0. Middleton, 2ual,  S. WhilTin, 3rd S. .1. Weeks, 4th .I.M.  Harvey, 5th J. 0. Stockwell; Pullet,  1st, S. WhilTin, 2nd, S..I. Weeks, 3rd  nnd 4th, D. 0, Middleton,; Pen young  birds, 1st, S. J. Weeks, 2nd D. C. Mid-  alleton.  It. 0, Ithode Inland Hods. Ca.ck. list,  1). C. Middleton; Hen, 1st and 2nd, It.  .N. Clorke, Vornon; 3rd, D. C. Middle-  ton; Cockerel, 1st It. N. Clorko, 2nd,  ���I. C. Stockwell, 3rd  Ith, Mrs. I,. B. Andorson. Pullet, ist,  and 2nd, It. N. Clorko, 3rd, .1. M.  Harvey, 4th D. 0. Middleton; Poo  yaaung birals, 1st and 2nd It. N. Clorke,  3rd. A. D. Monsees.  CorrespoDdeoce  Editor Kolowna Becord,  Dear Sir.���The lata'st of the London  l-'ubiun series of trucls, published  Sept. 1st, "Tho War und lho IVorkors"  by Mr. Sidney Webb, lho practical  economist, contuins sono useful suggestions us regurds economic maStukoB  "Tho Threa1 llou'ts" am whioh .'ie lays  stress are npplicuble in our country,  us well as in Knglund.     Ho says:  I.���Don't leb your caimmilleo be mis-  leal by saame wull-meuning, 1,-t asonom-  icully ignorunt person who sngga-iU  thut the rutn of wages should l<0 law-  orod, "in order to enable more lu.nds  tai lae tuken on.'' 'This is huai a'eonom-  ics. Employers will be eager enough  taa   have  "cheap  Labor,"  2.���Don't sot benaivolent indies or  sclmol children to mako clothes Ior  the poor or necessuries lot the i.'oops.  This is very npt to increuse unemployment. All Buch work should be   done  Mediterranean  I  H.  Cock,    1st,  Cook,  1st,  1'. It. Bulman  Toulouse. Old gander, 1st, Ma-s. li,  A. Day, 2nd, li. Munson, 3rd, Hrs. E.  A. Bay, 4th, Will Blackwood; . Old  goose, 1st, Mrs. E. A. Day, 2nd, It.  Munson, 3rd, Mrs. E. A. Day: Youno  gander, 1st, and 2nd, Mrs. E. A. Dry,  3rd. W. C. Blackwood; Young goosaa,  1st, and 2nd, Mrs. E. A. Day, 3id,  W. C. Blackwood.  ���   i I    l P  -a   'i  Ducks  Pekins. Old drake, 1st, E. L. Ward,  2nd, S. WhilTin, 3rd, W. C. Blackwood,  4th, C. A. Barlee; Old duck, 1st, E.  L. Ward, 2nd, W. C. Blaokwood, 3rd,  C. A. Barlcc: Young drake, 1st G. G,  Lyster, 2nd, and 3rd, H. D. ltiggs, Ith  MrB. J. Fletcher; Young duck, 1st. H.  I). Riargs, 2nd, G. G. Lyster, 3rd,   U.  D. Hicgs, 4th, Hoy Haug: Pen old  birds, 1st, S. WhilTin, 2nd, Maok Cope-  lund, 3rd, 0. A. Barlee; Pen yaaung  birds, 1st II. D. ltiggs, 2nd and 3rd,  and 4th, E. L. Ward.  Houen. Old drake, 1st, C. A. Barlee,  Old duck, 1st, C. A. Borlee; Young  drake, 1st, T. Barber, 2nd S. .1. Weeks  Young duck   1st T. Barber.  Indian ltunner, Penciled. Drake, 1st,  11. 1). ltiggs; Duck, 1st, H. D. ltiggs;  Pon, 1st, and'2nd. Mrs. E. A. Day.  Indian Runner, Fawn and White. Old  drake, 1st, Mrs.'E. A. Day, 2nd. J.C.  Stockwell: Old duck, 1, J. 0, Stock-  well, 2nd, Mrs. E. A. Duy; Young  drnke, 1st, J, C. Stockwell, 2nal, Mrs.  E. A. Day, 3rd, ,1. C. Stockwell:  Ya>uni> duok. 1st, .1. C. Stockwell, 2nd  Mrs. E. A. Dav. 3rd, J. 0. BtoskwuU,  Muscovy White. Old drake, 1st, C. A.  Burlee.  Bull Orpington. Drako, 1st, anal 2d'1  J. aWdridge; duck, 1st, and 2ml, ,1.  Aldridgo; Pen. 1st, .]. Aldridgc.  I   !   . 1 a *  Pigeons  Pnir Homers. 1st, Fred Fletcher.  Pair Fantuils. 1st, and 2nd,    Hoary  Crowloy, 3rd. .1. C. Stockwell.  Pair pouters. 1st, Henry Crowloy.  Pair Trumpeters. 1st, Honry Cruwluy  Rabbits  Belgian  lTnrcB.   1st,  2nd, Mack Conolnnd.  Filly or gelding, 1 year old.-1st  T. G. Spoer, 2nd, Mrs. M.E. Casaorou.  Foal of 1914.-lst L. Dilworth, 2nd  J. Bowes.  Roadsters  Mare with ioal at sido. - st A. Gordon, 2nd W. N. Todd.  .  Filly or gelding, 1 year old.���1st  K.L.6. Co.  Filly or gelding, 2' years old.���1st  T. E. Crowell, Vernon; 2nd C. A. Barlee.  Foal ol 1914.��� 1st A. Gordon, 2nd  W. M. Todd.  Single roadster, in harness.���1st  Claude Newby, 2nd, Glad Fuller.  Roadster, team in harness,���1st Geo.  Dillon. '  Carriage team, in harness, 16 hands  or over.���1st Max .Temkins Co.  Saddle Horses  Saddle Horse.���1st F,. Dart, 2nd, K.  L.0. Co.  Saddle nonv ridden by boy under 14  years.���1st R. Lambly, 2nd W. ^malley.  Saddle pony ridden by girl under  14 voors.���1st C. A. Barlee, 2nd, -3.K.  L. Co.  LsdieB' Saddle Pony.���1st Mrs. Pooley 2nd, n. Todd Boyd.  Shetland Pomes.  Shetland mare and Ioal of 19'4.���  1st F. A. Taylor.  Shetland nonv. driven in harness.���  1st Russell Sutherland 2nd Bankhead  Orchard Co.  A.  Division 3.   Cattle  Judge.   S. 11. Shannon.  Alwyn Weddell,  ?i.  oa>mmorcial lines, hy niop.-a-iy .-) u.l-  ifiod workors, und piiaal fair by vogeB.  3.���Don't give food or doles ot money until you aro faaa-e to fnco with actual wunt���and even then don't advertise it! Rather hire people to do  some work that you wunt done, without  unv assumption of giving relief.  Mr. Webb mentions that the sewing  oenlros of Queen Mary's Neanllework  Guild ore now rccaignized taa be u mis-  tnke. nnd tho Queen has hersa'lf ex-  a>reaBod regret, nnd greatly ma)difiod  her instructions Io them. Ths wnr of-  tlofl declared (August 28th) that thaars  are ample reserves of aU articles of  clothing at the base.  A READER  C.   Whito   Leghorns.  T. Barber.  S. 0, White Leghorns.  RusBoll Sutherland, 2nd, !  Hen, 1st, Russell .Sutherland, 2nd and  3rd, T. R. Bulman; Cookerol, 1st, E.  L. Ward, 2nd, Rov Haug, 3rd und  4th, E. L. Ward; Pullet, 1st and Snd,  Will Blaokwood, 3rd T. R. Bulman,  4th, ti. G. Lyster; Pen Young nirds,  1st, Hay Haug.  It. 0. Brown Leghorns, l'ullot, 1st,  E. L. Ward.  S. 0. Bull Leghorns. Cookerol, 2nd,  A. Motley.  Black Leghorns. Cockerel, 1st. J, M.  Harvey.  aS. 0, Black Minorcns. Cook, 1st, 11.  0. ltiggs; Hon, 1st, H. D. ltiggs; Pon  young birds. 1st II. D. Riggs.  English  Rod Caps. Cook, 1st R. F. 11. Barlee  lien, 1st and 2nd It. F. H. Burlee;  Cockerel, 1st R. F. U. Bailee.  Bull Orpingtons. Cock, 1st and 2nd,  II. D. ltiggs; Hon, 1st and 2nd, E.L.  Ward; Cookerol, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, J.  Aldridgc, Ith, It. S. Hull; Pullet, 1st,  2nd, and 3rd, .1. Aldridgo, 4th R. S.  Hull; Pen young birals, 1st .1. Aldridgo  Bluok OrpingUans. (nek, 1st M. Og-  don; Hen, 1st, M. Ogdon; Cockerel 1st,  M. Ogalen; Pullet, 1st, ,1. M. Haryoy,  2nd, M. Ogalen; Pon old birds, 1st,  M. Ogdon.  Whito Orpingtons. Cook, 1st A. Not-  ley, 2nd, E. L. Ward; Hen, 1st, 2nd,  und 3rd, A. Notley, 4th, Will Blaokwood; Cookerol, 1st .1. Aldridge, 2nd,  .1. 0. Stockwoll; Pullet, Ut and 2nd,  J. Aldridge, 3rd, J. C. Stockwell, 4th  und 5th, T. M. l'vull; Pen young birds  1st, .1. Aldridge, 2nd, .1. C. Slja:k-  well; Pen old birds, lat G. C. Pearson,  Duck Lake.  Blue Orpingtons. Cockerel, 1st and  2nd, .1. Aldridgo; Pullet, 1st snd 2nd  .1. Aldrialgo; Pon young birds, 1, J.  Aldridge.  Frenoh  lloudans. Cook, 1st T.  1st, T. Barber.  Polish  Guinos Pigfl  Old iinir. 1st, Mack Copeland; YYung  pair, 1st, Mack Copeland.  I  12 brown.-1st Mrs. .1. Fletcher, 2nd,  Dr. Pfyffer.  12 tinted.- 1st, Dr. Plyfter, 2nd, W.  C, Blaokwood.  12 whito.-lst, W. C. Bluokwood, 2nd  Dr. Plyffor.  Spoclnl Diplomas  In uddition to the regular nrizes tho  following wero dnemod by the judges  worthy of special diplomas:  Mrs. E. A. Duv, for best gander.  It. Munson. lor best torn turkey.  D. C. Middleton, for Rhode Island  Red, Cock.  Muck Copclnnd. for Brahma hen.  R. N. Clerko, Vornon, lor Rhajdo Island Red Cookerol.  J. Aldridge, lor White Orpington  pullet.  Russell Sutherland, for White Leghorn hen.  AIL Notley, for Silver Cumpine cookerol.  Will Blaokwood, lor White Leghorn  Den  S,  HoUteins  Cow.-lst T. W. S. Taylor.  Jerseys  Bull.-lst W. C. Blackwood.  Cow.���1st W. C. Blaokwood, 2nd Will  Blackwood.  Grade Cattle Ior Dairy Purposes  Cow.-lst A. MoQuarrie, 2nd D. 0.  Mialdleton.  Heiler, 2 vears old.���1st W. C. Blaokwood, 2nd Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  'Heiler, 1 vear old.���1st Will Blaok-  Wood, 2nd M. Hereron.  Grade Cattle for Beet Purpatsos  Cow.-lst R. Munson   2nd T: W. S.  Taylor.  Hoifer, 2 years old.��� 1st. E. A. Do-  Canteloupe,���1st T. Bulman, 2nd  McLennan.  Cauliflowor.-lst T. W. Stirling, 2nd  A. G. Bennett.  Celery, White Plume.- 1st <!. E.  Weeks, 2nd W. H. Fleming.  Citron.-lst W. M.Todd, 2nd it. A.  Pease.  Corn, table.���1st W. C. Blaokwood,  2nd R. A. Pease.  Cucumbers, grown under glass.���1st  1st, C. E. Weeks, 2nd S. Whiffin.  Cucumbers, grown in open air.���1st  T. Bulman, 2nd Geo. E. Swordy.  Cucumbers, lor pickling.���1st S, Whiffin, 2nd C. E. Weeks.  Melons, water.���1st A. D. Monsees,  2nd Earl Blaokwood.  Melons, musk.���1st W. C. Blaokwood,  2nd, F. W. Groves.  Melons, nutmeg.���1st T. W. Stirling.  Onions, Yellow Globe Danvars.���1st  T.W.S. Taylor, 2nd T. Bulman.  Onions, Flat Danvers.���1st Geo. E.  Swordy, 2nd W. C. Blackwood.  Onions, Large Bed Globe.���1st Geo.  E. Swordy.  Onions, Bermuda.���1st W. H. Fleming  Onions, White Globe.���1st Gee. ET  .Swordy, 2nd W. H. Fleming,  Onions. Improved Connecticut Yellow  Globe.-lst, Geo. E. Swordy.  Onions, White piokling.-lot C. E.  Weeks, 2nd J. M. Jermans.  Onions, Yellow Piokling.��� 1st Dr.  .Pfyffer, 2nd. C. E. Weeks.  Onions, collection correctly named,  ���1st Geo. E. Swordy.  Parsnips,���1st Geo. E. Swordy, 2nd  W. H. Fleming.  Peppers.-lst C. E. Weeks.  Potatoes, Rochester Rose.���1st Gus  Anderson, 2nd Geo. E. Swordy.  Potatoes, Netted Gem.���1st Gus Anderson.  Potatoes, largest 12.���1st A.L. Closs  Potatoes, new variety not before exhibited.���1st R. S. Hall, 2nd, Geo. E.  Swordy.  Potatoes, any other variety.���1st R.  S. Hall, 2nd R. J. Gray.  Pumpkins, lor table use.���1st T, Bulman, 2nd A. L. Cross.  Bquash, any variety.���1st E. C. Wool  soy, 2nd Glenmore Ranoh.  Squash, Hubbard.���1st E. C. Wool-  soy, 2nd H. D. Riggs.  Tomatoes, best 12.���1st, S. Whiffin,  2nd R. A. Pease.  Tomatoes, best collection.���1st S.  WhilTin.  Vegetable Marrow.-lst T. W, Stirling. 2nd, W. A. Hunter.  Rest collection ol garden vegetables.  ���1st Casorso Bros, 2nd E. C. Woolsey. '  iSMAGIL  =BARING POWOER  Five Twenty-ounoo Pippin.���1st  E. Thompson, 2nd R, Munson.  Five Wolf River .-1st R. A. Pease]  Five any other variety, Summer  FaU.-lst C. A. Barlee,   2nd,   A.  Division 4.   Pigs  Judge. S. H. Shannon.  Berkshirea  Boar, registersd.���1st Geo. Monford.  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Brood Sow, registered.���1st L. Pil  worth, 2nd Bankhead Orehard Co.  Pair, spring pigs.���1st L. Dilworth;  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Division 8.   Field Produce  Judges. W. H. Hayes, A. Treadgold  and Paul Kaippel.  Beat collection ol fall apples, five '  rieties, 5 of each.���1st R. A.    Peal  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.'  Winter Varieties  Five Akin Bed.-lst A. It. Drysdaj  Five Baldwin.���1st A. Chriohton, 1  R. A. Pease.  Five    Belle de Boskoop.���1st Banl  bead Orchard Go.  Five Hen Davis.���1st T. Bulman, 2ij  J. McLaughlin.  Five "Hue   Pearmain.���1st    J.  Laughlin, 2nd W. H. Fleming.  Five Canada Red.���1st S. A. Psas]  2nd, R. Munson.  Five DolioiouB.-lst, F.R.E. DeHai|  2nd, John Smith.  Five   Gaao.���1st, T. Barber,     2n|  John Smith.  Five Golden Busset.-lst R. A. Peal  fad, H.G.M. Gardner.  Five Hubbardston Nonsuch.���1st  R. E. DeHart, Snd J. McLaughlin  Five Lawyer.���1st F.R.E.     DoHar]  2nd, John Smith.  Five Rhode Island Greening.���1st  Bulman, 2nd, R. A. Pease.      > '  Five   Rome   Beauty.���1st,    J.   K|  Laughlin.  Five  Salome.���1st T. W. S.  Tayltj  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Five Stark.-lst J. L. Pridham, 2i|  R. A. Pease.  Five Sutton Beauty.���1st Earl Blaoj  wood.  Five Tolman    Sweet.-lst T. W.  Taylor, 2nd J. T. Campbell.  Five Winter Banana,���1st R,   Smit|  2nd, Mrs. Bright. ^^  Five    Winesap.��� 1st G. MoFarlanJ  2nd, C. S. Goen.  Five Yellow BeU!!ower.-lst H.G.I  Gardner, 2nd W. D. Harvey.  Five any other variety, Winter.���la|  K.L.0. Co., 2nd, A. D. Monsees.  Heaviest 12 apples, (different varl|  ties).���1st C. H. Goen.  Best  collection    ol winter apples.-'  1st K.L.0. Co., 2nd R. A. Poass.  0) ab Apples  Twelve Hyslop- 1st J. T. Campbell  2nd A. D. Monsees.  Twelve Transcendent.���  1st J.  Laughlin, 2nd R. A. Pease.  Twelve oi any other variety.��� 1st]  H. Hill.  Any Breed  Pair spring Pigs.���1st F. R. E.  Hart, 2nd Bankhead Orchard Co.  Do-  Division 5.   Sheep  Barber; Hen,  In time ol war prepare for ponce.  II we had to live life over again1 the  chancoa are we would make a different  kind of fool,of ourself.  Weldon B. Cooke, tho aviator    who  gave    the Hying    exhibition at     the  Kelowna regatta ,ust month was killed last week at Pueblo, Colorudai. i<  machino collapsing at li great ullituuc.  Tommy Shuttleworth, the cowboy  who was hurt during the relay race is  likely to be laid up for some time.  In dismounting his foot became tiwst-  ed in some way, causing a bad dislocation ol the ankle joint.  Special railway rat��� have been secured lor any de,egates desiring to  attend tne International Irrigation  Congress which takes plaoe at Calgary  Oct. 5th to Vthf This basis ol representation'is comprehensive enough to  enable anyone interested to be appointed delegate by one or ather of  the various bodies entitled to give  credentials. Ths C.P.R., is grauiing  s'n"le fare for the return trip to (Mo-  gules. Dr. Dickson would give all information to those intending roing.  Whiffin, for Pokin Duok.  E. L. Ward   for Pokin drako.  Judge. S. H. Shannon.  Any Breed  Pair mutton sheep.���1st and 2nd Mis  M. E. Cameron.  Pair spring lambs.���1st. Mrs. M. E.  Cameron, 2nd T. bulman.  Oxford Down, Ram.���1st, and 2nd,  T. Bulman. ��  Best collection oi roots for cattle���  1st Alex Reid.  Carrots, long white.-lst T. W. S.  Taylor, 2nd Bankhead Orchard Co.  Carroto, yellow.���1st Casorso Bros.  Field corn.-lst B. A. Faase, Snd Dr.  Dickson.  Mangold Wurtsels, globe.���1st Alex  Reid.  Mangold Wurtzels, long red. -1st W.  C. Blackwood, 2nd Will Blackwood.  Pumpkins, 2 heaviest.���1st A. G.  Bennett.  Sugar Beets, long.���1st Dr. Dickson,  2nd Bankhead Orchard Co,  Sauash, 2 largest.���1st Geo. Thompson, 2nd Bankhead Orchard Co.  Turnips, Swede lor cattle.���1st Bank-  head Orchard Co. 2nd J. E. 0. Rob-  inson.  Pears  Oil  Division 9.   Fruits  Judges:-  French.  - H. V. Chaplin,  and P. E.  Black W. 0. Hen, 1st II. D. Riggs.  Hamburgs ���  S. Spangled. Cook, 1st, Maok Copo  land; Hen, 1st Maok Copeland; Cock  erel; 1st, Maok Copeland; Pullet, 1st,  Maok Copeland; Pen old birds, 1st,  Mack Copeland.  Miscellaneous  Silver Campinos. Cockerel, .lot, nnd  2nd, A. Notlev: Pullet, 1st, 2nd and  3rd, A. Notley.  Buttercups. Pen young birds, l'st.  Will Blackwood. 6  Bantams  Old English Game. Cock, lat, Alwyn  Weddell: Hen, Alwyn Weddell; Cockerel  1st, 2nd and 3rd, G. G. Lyster.  Golden Seabright. Hen, 1st. and 2nd  Mack Copeland: Pullet, 1st, HaaV  Copeland.  Ruff Cochins. Cockf 1st, H. D. Riggs  2nd, Alwyn Weddell: Hen, 1st. H. D.  Rirga: Cockerel. I 1st. H. D. Itigga.  2nd Alwvn Weddell, 13rd, H. D. RiggS,  Pullet, 1st. H. D. Riggs, 2nd, Alwyn  Weddell. 3rd, H. D. Riggs; Pen 1st,  H. D. Riggs.  Division 2.   Horses  Judge.    Dr.  Henderson, Viotoria.  Peroheron Stallion.��� 1st Cusorso  bros.  Clydesdale Stallion.���1st .1. Bowes,  2nd It. Munson.  Thoroughbred Stallion.���lat R. I uin-  bly.  Standard bred Stallion.- 1st U. A.  Copeland, 2nd J. N. Cameron.  Clydesdales  Mare with Ioal at her side,���1st J,  Bowes, 2nd A. Cook.  Filly os gelding, 1 year old.���Ut J.  Bowes, 2nd J. Bowes.  Filly or Gelding, 2 years old.-llt  J. Fowea.  Foal ol l��14.-lst A. Cook, 2nd J.  Bowes.  Clydesdale Team, in harness, 1st J.  Bowes.  Heavy Draft  Team, in harness.���1st J. Bowta, -r.d  K.L.0. Co.  Brood mare with Ioal at side.���1st  J. Bowes, 2nd K.L.0. Co.  Filly oi gelding, 1 year old.��� 1st J.  Bowos, 2nd L. Dilworth.  Filly or gelding. 2 years old.��� 1st  A. Gordon, 2nd Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Foal of 1914.-lst E. A. Day, 2nd  L. Dilworth.  General Purpose  Teem, in harness, 1st Geo. lillcn,  2nd, Brian Stephens.  Mare with Ioal at aide.���1st Mis. M.  E. Cameron. 2nd 'J. Bowea.  Jlllv or areldinir. 1 year o,d. - 1st  J. L. Pridham, 2nd, Mrs. V. tt, Cam-  Division 6.   Dairy Produce  Judges.-  Cuinpbell.  K. F.   Oxley   and   D.  D.  Dairy butter, in prints.���1st W. A.  Scott, 2nd, K. L. 0.  Dairy butter,, tub or crook.���A. L.  Cross, 2nd Mrs. E. A. Day.  Harney in comb.���1st, 'li Barber, 2nd  P. T. Dunn.  Honey, extracted.- 1st T. Barber, 2nd  P. T. Dunn. ..  Observation nucleus.���lat P. T. Dunn  Collection ol jams and jsllios,���1st  Mrs. M. E. Cameron, 2nd A. D. Mom  Canned fruits.���1st Mrs. S. Gray,  2nd Mrs. H. G. M. Gardner.  Collection ol piokles.���1st Mrs. H.  Newby, 2nd Mrs. S. Gray,  Division 7.   Vegetables  Judges. W. H. Hayes, A. Treadgold  and Paul Knippel,  Beans, Scarlet Runner.���1st S. Gray,  2nd, Vi. B. Powell.  Beans, bush, in pod. ��� 1st, A. D.  Monsees, 2nd Geo. E, Swordy.  Beets, long,���1st A. McLennan, 2nd  R. S. Hall.  Beets. Globe.-lst Dr. Pfyffsr, 2nd  R. J. Gray.  Carrots, ahort horn,���1st A, McLennan, 2nd S. Whiffin.  Carrots, Intermediate.���1st Geo. E.  Swordy, 2nd Jas .Tarvoy Sr.  Carrots, long red.���1st C. A. Uarloe,  2nd Jas. Harvey sr.  Cabbage, best Summer.���1st, Mis. C.  G. Buck, 2nd A. G. Bennett.  Cabbage, best Winter.-lst T, W.  Stirling. 2nd, A. McLennan.  Cabbage, bast red.���1st Dr. Dickson,  2nd T. W. Stirling.  I      Apples  Apples ior'Home and Commercial  Planting  Five Wealthy .-1st H. Bill, 2nd Geo.  E. Thompson, 3rd J. McLaughlin,  Peachland.  Five Molntosb.-lst Geo. E. Thompson, 2nd, Bankhead Orehard Co, 3rd,  S. Gray.  Five Wagoner.���1st J. McLaughlin,  2nd, C H. Geon, 3rd, H.G.M. Gardusr.  Five Jonathan.���1st K.L.0. Co., 2nd  J. McLaughlin, 3rd S. Gray.  Fivs Northern Spy.���1st Bankhead  Orchard Co., Ond J. MoLaughlin, 3rd  R. A. Pease.  Five Grimes Goldan.-lst T. Bulman,  2nd, J. L. Pridham, '3rd, J.ih.i **.ri>n.  Fivs Spitssnbsrg.-lst R. A. Peaae,  2nd W. C. Blackwood, 3rd John Leit-  head.  Five Yellow Newtown Pippin.���lat  Bankhead Orehard Co., 2nd C. H. Geen  3rd, J. L. Pridham.  Five Cox's Orange Pippin.��� 1st,  Bankhead Orehard Co., 2nd W. 0,  Blackwood, 3rd. A. R. Dr/sdale.  Best collection ol cominoronl i\ ".Ics,  S varieties, B ol eaoh.���1st, Banknoud  Orchard Co., 2nd J. L. Pridham, 3rd  K.L.0. Co.  FaU Varieties  Five Aloxander.-lst C. H, Geen, 2nd  J. T. Campbell.  Five Blenheim Orange.-lst, T.W.S.  Taylor, 2nd, H. G. M. Gardner.  Five Canada Baldwin.���1st T. Bulman, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Five Duchess of Oldenburg.���1st K.A,  Peass.  Five Fall St. Lawrenoo.-lst A. Patterson, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Five Grnvanatein��� lit R.lA. Peass,  2nd, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Five King.���1st A. Crichton, 2nd, II.  A. Psass.  Five Ontario.���1st, H.G.M. Gardner,  2nd Earl Blaokwood.  Five Ribston Pippin.��� 1st 3. T.  Campbell, 2nd J. L. Pridham.  Five Snow.���1st R. A. Psass, 2nd,  A. Patterson. ,  Five Bartlett.���1st    Bankhead  chard Co., 2nd H. Hill.  Five Beurre d'Anjou.���1st Uankhci  Orchard Co., 2nd H.G.M. Gardner.  Five Beurre   Boussock. ��� 1st, K. A|  Pease. 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Five Beurre Hardy.��� 1st, Bankliou<|  Orchard Co.  Five Bosk.-lst,    Bankhead Orcha  Co.  Five Clairgeau.���1st Bankhead     0r|  chard Co., 2nd, It. A. Peass.  Fivs Duchess d'Angouleme.���1st J us J  Harvev sr., 2nd Bankhead Orchard CoJ  Five Flemish Beauty .-1st F.   it.   E]  DeHart, 2nd H. G. M. Gardner.  Five Howell.-lst Bankhead Urofaa  Co.. 2nd Alex McLennan.  Five Idaho.-lst A. Patterson,   2ndJ  H. Hill.  Fivs Louise Bonne de Jersey.��� 1st]  F. R. E. DeHart, 2nd, R. Munson.  Fivs Linoom-lst F. It. E. DeHartfl  2nd, John Smith. ^^^^^^~~  Five Seokel.-lBt F. R. E. DsHartfl  2nd John Smith.  Five Vioar ol Wakelield.-lst BankJ  head Prchard Co. ^^^^^^~_  Five Winter Nelis.-lst Bankhead Orfl  chard Co., 2nd, Gus. Anderson.  Five ol any other variety.���1st UankH  head Orchard Co., 2nd F.R.E. DoUartL  Collection ol pears, live varieties, m  ol each.��� 1st, Bankhead Orehard Co|^  2nd Gus. Anderson.  Plums  Twelve Bradshaw.-lst Bankhead OrfJ  chard Co.,   2nd K.L.0. Co.  Twelve Columbia.-lst Bankhead Or|  chain Co. I  Twelve Cos's Golden Drop.-lst   KJ  L. O. Co., 2nd Bankhead Orchard CoJ  Twelve Grand Duke.- Ut K. ],. 0|  Co., 2nd W. D. Harvey.  Pond's Seedling.-lat     T.     Barber]  2nd K.L.0. Co. ���  Rivers' Black Diamond.-1st Banlfl  head Orchard Co., 2nd T. Barber.  Yellow 'Egg.-lst John Smith,   2nd,  F.R.E. DeHart.  Any other variety.���let A. D. MonJ  sees, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Cousotion ol three varistiss.-lst K|  L.0. Co., 2nd John McLaughlin.  Prunes  Sugar Prunes.-lst F. R. fl. DeHsrt|  2nd. John Smith.  German Prunes.���1st B. A. Day,  Italian Prunest-lsl B. A. Peass, lua]  S. Gray.  Any othsr variety.��� 1st, Hankheai!  Orchard Co., 2nd F. B. E. DeHart.  Nootarines  Anv variety.��� 1st J. T. Campbell]  2nd, W. D. Harvey.  Peaches  Late Crawford.���lot E. D.   HarvcyJJ  2nd, Alex McLennan.  Elberta.-let 8. Gray, 2nd E. Bj  Powell. ^T^  Grapss  Coneord.-lst F. B. E. DeHart.  Stark's Star.- 1st, F. B. E. DoHarB  (OeaMaaes sa Faas T.��  ��Trrm ..THtJRBDAY, SEPTEMBER, 34, 1914  KELOWNA  KECOtU)  PAMTHBM  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  i���.*"*    ���     ���  *���   ������"���������' ���   ��� ���    ���  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  42  Moth Proof Cedar Chiffoniers  Size, 4-ft. wide, 5 drawers, $7.75  ��� 38-ins. ���  3      ���      $6.00  These goods were purchased at 50c on the dollar and are sold  at half price  201  Discount on Baby   Carriages, Go-Carts,  Grass Chairs, Upholstered Goods, Musical Instruments, &c.  Restmore Felt Mattresses  $7.50  Guaranteed (or 10 year*, full size, reduced (rom $10  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows.  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limit��*!  Phone 3302 Bos 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  R. W. BUTLER  BUILBER a CONTRACTOR  Eeeimatea furniahed on sll Jascriptiona  ol woodwork  Plans aad Specification* prepared for  Iowa and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C., hot water, Sic.  P.O. Boa 165  No Moratorium  at Present for B.C.  Interviewed oa the queetioa' oi  moratorium Ior B. 0., Sir Richard MoBride stated that the matter had been  under advisement lor some uime,  the result ol representations irom  Ottawa and from local interests. It  was, however, a very serious question  from many points of view, and the  government hesitated to take any action whioh mught accentuate a situa-  t'on which it was advisable to minimize, namely that ol  creating alarm  The situation created by the war was  calculated to, and in many parts of  the world actually did, upset credit  nnd render monies' paaple panicky. I  Canada as a whole, and in British Columbia as well, fortunately there has  been no serious disturbance of business, and one of the aims of the government was to maintain stable conditions.  A moratorium, Sir Richard said  could, not be declared without authority of the legislature, and to do that  at an early date it would be necessary  to call a special session. The government of the Dominion, although it  took authority at the last\ sa'ssion of  parliament, had not yet seen any occasion to. nroclaim a moratorium and  is not likely to do so from rresent  aimearances.  Tho whole matter, however, f j far  as the province is concerned, j* under  consideration and if any true emergency arose the government would  take the earliest opDontupity to deal  with it. At such a time as this in le-  spect of mortgages, 'agreements of  sale and other similar Hab:litics. Sir  Riohard' stated that tbo utmost leniency should be exercised by creditors  and if by any efforts of extortion the  government were forced to resort to  the authority of the legislature It  would be all the worse for those responsible for suoh a situation.  WHERE IS VALCARTIER?  A fow weeks ago unheard of in Canada outside of the narrow radius oi  its oountry limits, the name of Val-  eartier has resounded throughout all  Canada as ihe spot solected by the  militia department ior a mobilization camp in connection with the Dominion's expeditionary force to thu  scene of the greatest and most tcr-  rible war in tho world's history.  Valcartier is 16.5 miles north ol  the citv of Quebec. It is reaohed only  by the Cnnadian Northern railway,  and this company, guided at once by  patriotism and enterprise, has inaugurated a direct daily, oxoept Sunday,  nassenger service between Toronto, Ottawa, Hawkcsbury, .loliette, Shaw-  inigan Falls. Grand Mere, Qu^Wo City  and the camp.  PRICE OF SUGAR  The heavy increase in tho rota-.ii price  of crranulated sugar in certain localities is under strict investigation by  tho department of trade and commerce  In some of the large central ciiies  the oharge has gone up to as much as  nine and even eleven oents pjr paiund.  "Suoh Drices as these," laid Sir  George Foster, minister of trade and  commerce recently, "are simply extortionate, and to the credit -if our lo-  tailers it oan be said that tw instances of the. like have come lo our  notioe."  Lake Baikall, in Central Asia, and  Lake Tanganyika, in Central Africa,  furnish similar problems lor scientists, as both are tresh water, removed Irom oceans, yet both contain deep  sea fish. >  Cecil Lubbock, director of the Bank  of England, and of the Northern Assurance company, and managing director of Whitbread's Brewery com-,  puny, has been appointed a director  of the Hudson's Bay Company,,filling  the vacancy created by tho appointment of Sir Thomas Skinner to tho  governorship, vice Lord Strathoona.  Definite word has been reoeived from  Ottawa that the Dominion government  intends to renew tbo order-in-oouncil  prohibiting the entry of Chinese immigrants into Canada. September 30  Sees the expiration of the order-in-  counoil passed six months ago laaning  all Chinese immigrants except merchants and students. The order, it is  understood, will be extended for a  similar period of six months.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re wast hall ol section 23 and lot  33A, township 33, Osoyoos divisi.in,  Yale distriot.  NOTIOE is hereby given that I shall  at the sxpiration of one month (rom  the date of the lirst publication rero-  of issue a oertifioate of indefeasible  title to the above mentioned lands  in ths name ol the Central Okanagan  Lands, Limited unless in the meantime  valid objection is made to me in wilting.  Tne holder ol an indenture dated tbe  19th day of June, 19*3 between the  Globe Savings ill Loan Company, rnd  Kgerton Winnett Day and Thomas  Henry Kilgors liquidators ol tho aaid  Company Assignors of the lirst part  and the Coloalal Investment and L-mn  Company "Assignees': of ths second  part whereby the parties of the (i'at  part.assigned and set over unto tbe  uareiea of the second part inter elia  abovs property is required to deliver  th? same to ma lor th with.  Dated at the Land Hcgintry Oflice at  ths City ol Kamloops, British Columbia, this 16th day ol September, 1014.  C. H. DUNBAR,  U-8 ,    District lisjisirsr  "'���" ���*���  tot  ouarea  Lover  of the Weed  If you have a weakness  (or tobacco and are a  bit particular in regard  to it, you ought to get  your smoking supplies  here.  We are particular and  try to carry just the  Cigars, Pipes, Cigar-  ettes and Tobaccos  that will give the greatest pleasure and satisfaction.  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka -      -      ���   $2.75 per rick  5 ricks or upwards- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick    ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $11 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights oi ths Dominion  Manitoba, Saskatchewan aad Alberta, ths Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and ia a portion oi  the Province ol British Columbia, may  bs lsaasd for a term of twenty-oBs  years at an annual rental of tl an  aore. Not more than 3,600 acres  will be.leased to one applicant.  Applications lor ths lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  ths Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied ior ars  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  bs described by sections, or legal sub  divisions ol sections, and in unsurvsy-  sd territory the tract applied Ior  shall ba staked out  by  tbe applicant  Each application must bit accompanied by a fee ol io which will be  refunded if the rights applied ior  an not availabls, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall bs paid oa ths merchantable output ol the mine at tits  rats of.fivs osnts psr ton.  Ths person operating ths mins shall  furnish ths agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tits ooal mining  rights ars not being operated, Mich  returns shall bs furniahed at least  once a year.  Tba leans will include ths eoal mining rights only, but tba leases amy  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaoe rights may ba oon-  sidsred necessary (or ths working ol  ths nuns at ths rate of $10 an aore.  For hill information application  should ba mads to ths secretary ol  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister ol the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorised publication oi  this advsrtissmsnt will not bs paid lor.  P.O. Box 12  E ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and   Estimates  Furniahed  In the best society the  luncheon goodies used  are the  kinds we sell.  That means that when you wish  to give your family or friends a  treat you show wisdom in choosing from our extensive stock. Our luncheon  goodies add to your reputation as a hostess and  give increased delight to your family. A selec-  of all the best and most delicious is carried. You  can pick delicacies here to please all tastes.  THE STORE OFPLEN:  7EOFPLENEL/  We are Ready to Buy-  AND  Pay Best Prices  FOR  Prime Local  Beef, Cattle &  Sheep  If you have good stuff communicate with ua at once.  W. LUDLOW & CO.  Prompt Deliveriea Phone 123  WATER STREET (Behind Bank oi Montreal)    .  DON'T BORROW THE OTHER FELLOW'a GVN.  IF YOK BREAK IT YOU MUST BUY HIM A NEW ONE.  AND HE WILL HAVE THE NEW ONE AND YOU HIS  OLD ONE. BESIDES. YOU WILL FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE USING YOUR OWN GUN.  OUR AMMUNITION IS RELIABLY LOADED-YOU  CAN DEPEND UPON THE PROPER AMOUNTS OF  POWDER AND SHOT BEING USE&  RELIABLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY MADE OUR  AMMUNITION BUSINESS BIG BUT HAS MADE OUR  STORE GROW IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  DALGLEISH & HARDING:  HARDWARE PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER H, M14  JXyrd  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Elfeclive August  lat,  1914, to Auguat  lei,  1915, and  guaranteed   againat  any   reduction during that time.  All cars folly equipped f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  Runabout   -  Touring Car   -  Town Car  (In liar Doi  aa of C.nad. only)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyers of new Ford can from August Ut,  1914, to August 1st, 1915, will share in the profits of  the company to the extent of $40 to $60 per rar, on  each car they buy, PROVIDED: we sell and deliver  30,000 new Ford cars during that period.  Ask for particulars  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA. LIMITED.  BURBANK MOTOR CO.    -   -    KELOWNA, B.C.  \A/noA I Dry pine anc*Fir'' 6"in*  T  T    ^^^^\*�� ��� Guaranteed drv wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks.. $2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with thc Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of   Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Slian-s, Grips, Leggings, Bells, ox.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  WAkS^NAET Next door to 25c Store Phone   -  347  The Fragrant Orchid  ���breathes again in this delightful Orchid line  of Perfume, Toilet Water, Talcum and Cream.  Think of itl The redolence of this daintiest and  rarest of flowers, skillfully extracted and retained  for you in the purest of  all Toilet Accessories.  Hns Is indeed a molt  churning odor.  (jprsoris  (Perfumes &��]oiletRequisites  Aik your drufilit for a  datatr 10c. sample  Notice of Removal  Mr. W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  Begs to announce that he lias  Removed his workshop lixm  Bernard Avenue, to  Lawrence Avenue  Opposite Burbank Motor Garage  / General Jobbing     Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting   Picture Framing  What the British  Have Done in France  Eurl Kitchener, secretary of aitato  for war, in the House of Lords, Thurs*  day took tho country into his confidence us to what the British army  already had done to assist their  French allies, and spokaa of what would  be done in the futuro of the war, which  he said probabl" would be a long ons.  "Thero are already in France," said  Karl Kitchener, "rather more than six  divisions of our expeditionary force."  The latest advices from Sir ,)a>hn  Frenrh he said did not materially  change the situation from tho published statements. Tho troons were  in (rood hoart, ready to movai forward  "when tho moment arrived."  In addition to the six divisions ol  troops, ho said, thore wore two (li-  visions of cavalry in Franco, which  wero Iwinir maintained at thoir full  stroncth whilo further regular divisions and additional cavalry wero organized from units drawn from overseas garrisons.  A division of territorials had already  left for Ki'vnt. ho said, a brigado for  Malta and a garrison for Gibraltar.  As to tho two now armies, new divisions wore now assembling, at training quarters anal n third army wos being formed on tho new camping  ground. A fourth army waB being  created and Indian divisions ware on  their way.  Another South Pole  Expedition Starts  Sir Ernest Shaokleton and members  of his trans-Antarctic expedition left  London Friday in two sections for the  south polar region. One party, headed bv Sir Ernest Shnckelton, departed  for South America; the other hill ol  the expedition left for 'loss Sen, on  tho New Zealand side of the Antorotio,  bv way of Tasmania.       a  Sir Ernest hopes to meet the Uosb  Son contingont in April oi next yesr,  or, failing in that, by Maroh ol 1916.  The Shackleton section will have seventy dogs and also motor sledges. Tho  oilier party will havo twenty-Bix dogs.  One groat difficulty that confronted  tho expedition was the lack ol scion-  titio instruments. These had been ordered in Germany, but had now "been  delivered because of the war and it  avus necessary to replace them in Fug-  la nal.  Tho Ross Sea party will board tho  exploration ship Aurora nt Hobarts-  town, Tasmania. Sir Ernest hopes to  leave Buenos Ayres, Oot. 18, by the  ship Endurance, which is now en routo  lo South Amoriqn.   O   "All my troops and resources" is  Iho latest offer of the Gaekwar ol 11a-  roda to tho British government. Near-  Iv all the Indian potentates have ojs-  nressed a desire for personal service in  the field, and many have offered the  Hritish government "All I possess."  The German Battle of the Baltic  Press despatch: "H is reported that two German fleets meeting  in a foe in the Baltic Sea, shelled one another for some time with  disastrous results before discovering their mistake."  Secure within the waters of Kiel Day,  Flying their pennants Kay,  With all their floating castles in array,  The Gorman navy lay.  Calmly they wait to meet the dreaded foe,  They are���full woll they know  By fortress guns above, by mines below,  Secured from any blow.  Hut lo!   a mossengor comes o'er tho bay  Von Tirpitz thus doih Hay  "Steam  forth our mighty power to display���  "But don't go far away."  "In two divisions, with courageous keart  Let now the fleet depart  And please catch something, ships���or fish. Now start!  Speed like a flying dart."  He also added���" 'Tis tho Lord's behest  "Slay!  Spare not! in your quest  Put all your victims to tho sword���then reat  Faithful, contented, blest."  Tho (loot sailed forth, one north���one east, away  And combed the seas all   day.  They saw not e'en a porpoise leap in play  .Nor fisherman to slay.  At night a mist arises from the waves  Watch! now, you German knaves,  This is the weather that tho   Briton craves  To send you to your graves.  Oh! keonlv watched thev through the murky night;  And ev'ry flushing light  Brings fearsome to"fv phantasies in Bight  Their shattered nerves to blight.  Sudden they hear a throbbing o'er the sea  And fear that it may be  Some lurking    submarine or 1'. II. D.  Now! will they fight or flee?  Thu searchlight beams but murkily display,  Not very far away  An unknown cruiser in her war array,  They can do naught but stay.  Sudden tho mighty cannon's raging roar  Echoes from shore to shore.  And streams of shot and shell in torrents pour  And flaming rockets soar.  Each ship keeps up a constant cannonade,  And some few hits are made,  And shells explode and lighting men .dismayed,  In scalding steam are flayed.  Long roars   the eonflict till the rising sun  Shows them a sight to stun  Shows their own flag, to tv'ry masthead run,        ,  But enemy, thore's none.  Then their big cannon promptly cease to roar;  Thev see and they doploro,  Their torn and shattai'od t'eka besprinkled o'er  With fratricidal gore.  The terrors of the murky, misty night,  Had brought them to this plight;  Their shattered norves, their fear distorted sight  Had caused this woeful fight,  I wonder if the Kaiser will condemn  Or merely say "Ahem!  How wonderfully Cod supported them"  Blitzen!    potstauaendl DEUNMI  PABK1NS0N.  ~���  Th* Kelowna Machine Shops (Abbott Street), announce  that they have just secured the services of Mr. W. J.  GIBBON, of Vancouver, to take entire charge of their  automobile repairing department. Mr. Gibbon haa had  " many years factory and workshop experience both in the  old country and on this aide. Being a thorouhhly trainee].  Automobile engineer we are in a position to guarantee  that any work placed with him will be handled in a  satisfactory manner  Kelowna Machine Shops  PHONE 240  Abbott Street (facing park)  Grates are extra durable. Goal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  JfOaiyS  Kootenay  *itand<* wiU take extra large pieces ��*  * v!*'\J��    wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Frank Knapton  Boot & Shoe Repairer  NEXT TO TAIT'S  SHOE STORE, ON  BERNARD AVNE.  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY  GRAY'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  h open on  Thursday  Friday &  Saturday  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  New mountings havs arrived���and  mil plats, you  Rowcliffe Block (ftEfttti,  Millinery  You will need a New  Fall Hat  We have a very large  selection to choose  from in the lateststyles  at very moderate prices  Just   Delivered.      Some  more  Ready-to-Wear  Tweed Hats  From 41.50 to $3.75 each  'Kremlaine'  A beautiful material in  different Stripe effects,  for Waists, &c. Warranted   Unshrinkable  27 ins. wide - 50c yd.  Jerman Hunt  OPPOSITE THE CASORSO BLOCK  Ths Vetsatilss at ths Opera House, T THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 19i*  KELOWNA  B-ECOfiJ)  <W  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HAIFTONB  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   manufactured in western Canada  BYTHfClEl'AN0Dl8Blf[��(oL"  I"  t   I  OOP   WORLD   BLOC  AOEHTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  The   British' ��overnment has forbid-1   ffin Zeith, a Vienna newspaper, ' d  den Welsh exporters to ship coal   to   clares that the holy synod, at Eetro-  Turkish ports. . taxing the financial resources    of the  ���  ���  * j against Germany and Asstm.  Despatches from Berlin say that the ' ...  German public haa been* without   ao- I    The German fleet is reported to have  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  bares Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.n  Leant Weitbank 9.30 i.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leans. WetttMifk 11.30 a.m.  tual news of the situation in the western area ol the war ior two weslts.  a   .   ���  Six Austrian torpedo boats have  bombarded Antivari, a fortified port  on Montenegro. They mode a special  but fruitless ' effort to destroy the  French wireless station. No damage  was inflicted on the town.  .   a   ��  Lieut.-Col. H. 0. Lowther, D.S.O.,  oi the Scots Guards, is among the  wounded, according 'to a recent list.  Col. Lowther was secretary to the  Duke ol Connaught, whom he accompanied on his visit to Kelowaa.  ���   a   a . >  That St. John, N.B., is to be very  strongly fortified is the report current  in that city. This is said to be the  reaBon oi the'recent inspection oi the  city and its surrounding districts by  H.R.H., the Duke oi Connaught, tho  vi)it of offioers Irom Haliiax and    a  British naval expert.  . . .  The purchasing of horses for the  British army which has been conducted from Ottawa for some time, has  Htopped. It ib understood the reason  for purchasing no more at tho present  time is due to laok oi room at Montreal.  ...  A foroe composed of 250 Germans,  together with three maxim guns attacked the British post at Nakaib,  south of Nancy last week. The garrison consisted of seven policemen, who  fought until their ammunition wsb  exhausted. Those who had not been  nett, Robert Bridges,    G. K. Chester-  had a disaster in the Baltic, firing nn  each others' vessels by m'stake whilst  fearing they were British naval raiders  .  .  .  The government of Madras w ill sup-  nlv a fully equiDoed hosoitnl xhip of  300 beds, for use of the Indian expeditionary force.  a   a   a  The British admiralty announces the  loss of submarine AK-1 belonging to  the Australian fleet. No details are  arivon in the cable from the Australian  government reporting the Iors.  Calculations  turns Sept. 16,  Britain of 43  from August 1,  based on official re-  show the cost to Great  days oi war, oounting  when disbursement be-  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power'  raixera and all appliances lor concrete  construction oi every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  ia which I havs had many years  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE. RESIDENCE  dement St Rise.' ofi,  Raymer Black  PHONE 104  Woelseler Av.  Richter Street  PHONE 4304  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds oi Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in rive rick lots  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  ��.<^�����\.'\*^^*v'v*��*^���^/\���^���^���^/^./^/^���v^*^./^rf^rf��^���^���^/^���^^  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  An order-in-coanoir was passed at  Ottawa prohibiting airships from flying within ten miles of any chief Canadian cities or fortified points, unless  by special government permit, anr,  prohibiting any air.oraft carrying passengers to cross the international  killed were taken prisoners.  tions.  ....  The newspapers tell the story of an  air duel between a Faench' aviator and  German aviator at an unnamanl  place during a battle. After long  manoeuvering the Frenohmen succeeded in getting above the German. Both  men used revolvers. The German was  seriously wounded and his machine  turned over and fell among British  troops. He was dead when picked up.  . a .  Advices received at Geneva from  Germany state that Emperor William,  who is still in Luxemburg with his  staff, reprimanded Crown Prince Frederick William for needlessly exposing  himself and his staff to the artillery  firs of the enemy in his eagerness tu  watch operations closely. Several of  hia stall    were   wounded by shrapnel  lire.  a   .   .  Adeline Patti arrived in Paris, ufter  being kept several weeks, together with  her husband, a prisoner oi war at  Carlsbad, where she was finally obliged to leave all her male domestics as  hostages to gain her own liberty. This  was obtained only alter laborious negotiations and in the meantime the  count and countess were subjected to  insults .by the people besieging tha  hotel in which they were kept under  guard.  .  .   ���  A Geneva despatsh discloses the tact  that beforo the war actually opened  the Kaiser's military advisers had not  onlv planned to violate the neutrality  ot Belgium and little Luxemburg, bat  had schemes also prepared to borrow  ctyiss territory as a -convenient entrance into France, so as to turn the  great lortresB of Belfort. An extraordinarily rapid mobilization of 200,000  Swiss troops on the frontier alone  spared Switzerland the late of Bel-  glum.  ...  President Wilson has received an appeal Irom women ol all nations that  he lead a movement to end the European war. It was carried to the  White House bv Mrs. Rosalia Schwinv  mor of Hungary, Becitttary oi the International Woman S<uffrage Alliance.  President Wilson also was requested by  a delegation representing tho General  Conferenoe oi Friends to initiate plans  ior the calling of a meeting of tho nations lor the formo.tion ot a world-  parliament lor settlement ol ths war.  .    9     .  Although the extreme m��asur.<s  which were adopteil during the lirst  weeks alter the war began have Leon  relaxed, Switzerland is Still under the  pressure of mobilisation. This is  boundary except under special oondi-  government, as it is now Bpendisg  1,400,000 francs 1380,000'; dn.il.- on tha  army. It ia said that Switzerland intends to ask ior an indemnity at the  end of the war owing to the Btonpiige  of manufactures and industries.  Eye witnesses and surgeons testily  to the paradox on the modern battlefield of the recurring frequency of hand  to hand fighting which so many military men have predicted would benoine  a thing ol the past. Bayonet ui.d revolver wounds, and other evidence,  however, show that many soldiers hnve  been olosely engaged and resorted to  side arms and in some cases to their  hands. Another (act which stands  out among the varipus accounts oi  hostilities is the utter prodigality witb  which the Germans throw forward  their men in olose formation in an attempt to carry position. The tremendous losses thev have- sustained do rot  seam to hav* changed^ thsss tootles-  gan' has boen about S16A.500.000.  .  .  .  The London Daily News announces  it is in a position to state that a  determined move ior peace is being  made in the United States, and it is  officially inspired irom the highest  German quarters.  .  .  .  At General Jonre's suggestion the  government has decided to conler tbe  grand cross of the Legion oi llcnair  on .Generals Maueory and Dubai], and  tho cross of the grand officer on Sir  ���John French.  '.  a  .  Tho French and German governments  are arranging through Washington for  the exchange of prisoners oi war. It  'ir understood that James W. Gerard,  the American ambassador ,to Germany  haB cabled Germany's adhesion to ths  olah.  . . .  Thero are rumors that Servia and  AuBtria-Hungarv will conclude a separate peace treaty, but a semi-official  note Bays that Servia will not conclude peaoe alone, and will not separate from the powers in the Triple Entente.  ...  ...The Princo of Wales was verv anxious to go to the front, according to  ai statemont issued by the official nress  bureau, and tried to get Lord Kitohe-  ner's consent to do no. But he had  not completed his military training,  ind Lord Kitchener submitted it to  the Kintr "thnt for the present it  undesirable that hia royal highness  Bhould nroceed on active Bervice."  ���   .   ���  The Union Bank of Canada which  opened a branch at Valcartier Military  camp three weeks ago and which has  been transferring remittances to und  from this branch and any of their  other offices without exchange, have  now.moved into a permanent building  located next to the staff quarters.  ...  The Canadian Masonic lodge in London makes, an appeal to every Free  Mason in Canada to contribute at  least one dollar to assist in raising  thirty thonsund pounds ior the Queen s  Canadian Military hospital, presented  to the British government under tbe  auspices ol the Canadian War Contingent Association.  .   a   e  A despatch irom Antwerp to the  Central News Bays that an a-misck't  proposal made some days ago by Germany to Belgium, provided that civil  government in all the towns ahiiuld be  immediately resumed by Belgium, and  the German occupation oi their towns  be discontinued on condition that communication with the Germ-ins in  Orance be not interierred with, Belgium refused to agree, saving to do  so would be disloyal to the allies.  a   a   a  Knox Magee, editor of the Winnipeg  Saturday Post, a weekly oublioation,  was taken into custody bv the orders  of the Militia Department and confined  in Fort Osborne barracks to: publishing in the ourrent issue of 'ho PoBt  an articlo criticising Hon. Sam  Hughes and the 'arrangements at Valcartier for the despatch of Cnnadian  expeditionary forces. Guards havs  beon placed at the offices ol ths publication to prevent any further distribution ol the issue.  ...  At ths camp at Valcartier the members oi tho B. C. Horso, under that  name were disbanded. - From letter  advices received from that place it appears that out of 350 men, only 82  passed the examination lor horseman-  shin, and oi these 14 were from the  Salmon Arm troop. As only 28 ware  accepted at Kamloops, a 50 per avnt.  pass lor horsomanBhip was away  above the average. Those who failed  to pass in this particular are being  drafted into infantry regiments. G.  Stirling ol Salmon Arm, who was a  member of the 30th B. C. Horse at  Kelowna, has also been drafted into  the Strathoona Horse.���Salmon Arm  Observer.  Microbes In You; Scalp  Authorities aay that a tafcrasfc  causes baldnsu. If yoa an Isatas  Hair try our rsmady at oar risk..  Professor Unnn, of Germany, aad  Dr. Sahouraud, the ajaaitteaoh  Dermatologist, claim that a microbe causes baldness, antl ��*r*r  theory has been verified by eminent  ftf- This microbe destroys  the hair follicles, ia time causing tha  fcolp pores to close snd thesosTp to  become .tuny. Than, it is beUevM  nothing will revive the growth. If  treated before this occurs, nslnnsss  may be overcome.  .We know of nothing that has  Svea such universal satisfaction in  ..'"tuns the scalp and hair ss Rexall  "M" Hair Tonfo. i/hS beintS  stood after Iom study to overcome  PAOBMTl  ��Ma*��Hs*-  THE  Million Dollar  Mystery  OPERA HOUSE  EVERY SATURDAY  we believe it will do mora than anything else can to remove daadrufl aad  stop falling hsir; and if any human  Meney can promote a new growth  of nair it will do that, too.  We want you to tasks ns provs 11  We will pgy fM | montBia treatment  ��*.,�� ��* M you will uae it according to directions, snd ars not  UMrpughly satisfied. When we will  do this, you surely should not hesitate  to at least try it  Start the treatment today.   Yous  P��,"Quest will get your money  and liff W"t       T"�� "** **  You can buy Rexall "08" Hair Tonio  in this oommunity only at our store;  P. B. WILLITS & CO,   Bernard Avs.  Tha JaaggJ Stora  Thero ta a Rexall Store in nearly every town  rnd oity in tbo United States, Cszaada and  Great Britain. There Is a different Rexall  Remedy for nearly evory ordinary litaman ill���  each especially designee for tbe particular 111  for whloh it is recomtnended. ���  Tba Rexall Stcres era America's Orssiast  Draft stores  "MY VALET"  ^f Suits made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  J. E. THRUSSELL  P.O. Best621  Opposite Board of Trada Offica  TWO NIGHTS: Tuesday & Wednesday  Sept. 29 & 30  Here they are again  The Musical Show of the Season  F. Stuart Whyte's  'Versailles'  TheVersatiles  are giving 20  per cent, of the  season's takings to the  War Fund  TUESDAY  "Scottie in Japan"  A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY  WEDNESDAY  "Who Goes There?"  A SURE FINE HIT  War Time  Prices  25c  50c  75c  $100  Book at Crawford's  Beautiful Costumes and Elaborate  Scenery  OA   New Song Nunv oi  W bers in each bill *ft  All the Old Favorites and Several New One* ���mm  ���������sas���  PAGE SIX  KEXOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBBB 24, l��H  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Black.mithitig done.     Weighbridge.     Oats crushed.     Fence poat., Milk,  Potatoes, Applea, flac, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 i  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office : 9 to 12;  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office : 9 to 12:  I to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  Our Fall Stock of  Coal and Wood Heaters  is now complete  CALL AND INSPECT THEM BEFORE PURCHASING  Prices from $2.00 to $50.00  Morrison-Thompson  phone 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  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   . .   TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES     Mian Hilda Oakes iormerly u resident of Kolowna, but now of Enderby  spent lost week end with friends here.  a  a  a  Mr. Iliumim Willits, a member of the  local H.M.U. has severed his connection w.th that organization and returned home on Saturday.  ��� "a   .  Mr. Thos. Allon, a membor of the  local troop. It.MR., spent last Meek  end with his family in tho oity.  .   .   a  Mr. A. 0, Mclntyre, barrister, of  Kamloops paid a visit to tho city  Inst week-end on business.  ...  Tho Harvest Thanksgiving servico iu  connection with St. Michaol's church  will be held next Sunday. Sora/ices at  8 and 11 a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m.  ...  Next Sunday is "Bally Day" in connection with tho Presbyterian Sunday  School. There will be a speoial servico for tho scholars and their parents  at 2.30. An offering will be taken up  in behalf of needy Sunday schools.  ...  A special children's Bcrvice will bo  held in the Benvoulin church ,n Sunday evoning, September 27th at 7.30.  The children will recite portions of  scripture and sing special hymns. Kev.  W. T. Beattie will give an address to  the little folks. Parents are uigcel  to attend and to hriug their children  with them.  ...  Tho Political Equality League Suffrage Society meets Tuesday evening,  September 2Uth at the house of Mr.  and Mrs. Kerr, Lake avenue at 8  o'clock. All members ond intending  members are requested to attend, to  arrange annual business, including the  election of officers, and to outline a  course oi discussions on "Fundamental  Politics."  .   a   .  An army which will compare favorably with the vast numbers of the  Hussion troops is mobilizing in the  district and probably throughout ('un-  ada and when mobilization is complete this huge army will invade the  United States and puBh their way on  to tho south where they will camp  for tho winter. The mobilization is  that of tho robins and blackbirds pre  paring for their long march to a  warmer dime.  ��� .   a  A modern Dreadnaught landed in Kelowna this week and is now resting  at her moorings in tho window of tho  Leckie Hardware Co. The battleship  is certainly one of the latest type as  she carries moro guns than any ol tno  older type and no doubt she will do  valuable service in protecting the  liannes of tho local inhabitants should  the occasion arise.  ...  The man 'Thompson' for whom tho  provincial police mado an unsuccessful  search last week turned up early this  week. Ho has lost his way in the  woods on the west' side of the lake  and had wandered ovor the summit  toward thc Nicola vallev. By keeping  travelling down grade for three doyB,  during which time he was without food  or even a match to light a fire to  warm himself he finally reached Her-  rit, from where he returned io Kelowna by train. '  ...  Tho annual general business meeting  of tho International Typographical  Union, under the jurisdiction oi the  Vornon branch was held in Kelowna  this week and proved ono of the best  nnd most successful meetings of it  itB kind ovor hold by the organize  tion. Delegates were present to the  number of fourteen, coming from various places throughout the valley. The  delegates, many oi whom wero visiting;  Kelowna Ior the first time, were shown  around the city by local members oi  the craft. After the meeting adjourned the gathering dined at tho Palace  Hotel.  ��� .   a  After a ministry covering nearly live  yean the ltev. I). .1. Wolsh, M.A., B.D.,  will preach his farewell sermons to  Kelowna next Sunday, taking nt hi..  subject in tho morning "Christ in the  Heart," and in the evoning "What  Wo Aro and What We Shall Ue." A  crowdod church is expected in the  ovening especially, and members nro  requested to be in thoir places well in  advance of the usual hour ol service  to enablo tho ushers to accommodate  tho visitors. The choir haa arranged a  program ol music whioh includes  Gounod's "Praise Ye the Father," the  grand triumphal ononis adapted from  "Marchc Romaine", duet by Mrs. PI  F. Hardin? and Mr. Sid Weeks. "Saviour Breathe an Evening Blnsing" end  Stainor'a notable anthem "What 7aro  These? Choir members are requested  eo attend practise tomorrow fFridny)  ovening at 7.4B.  Mrs. P. Bird returned laBt week irom  a month's holiday trip to the coast.  ...  A large number of Vernonites oame  down this week to attend the fair,  .a   a  Tho dato of the fall assizes at Vernon has been set for October 13th.  ...  A number of the local B. C. Horse  members arrived home yesterday on  a two weeks leave of absence.  ...  Messrs. F. Smith and C. Hadden, ol  Kamloops are   in    the eity attending  the fair.  ...  Dr. Zellar Clarke, a returned missionary from India will be in Kelowna  on Scptembor 28th and 29th and will  give an address in the Baptist ohuroh  on Tuesday ovoning, Sept. 29th at 8  o'olock. Tho public are cordially incited to attond.   A collection will bo  taken.  a   a   a  H. Lefevre, a .nember of the looal  squadron, B. C. Horse, who volunteered for service at the front and went  to Valcartier for' training, waB taken  sick while thero, and owing to the  fact that there were too many men  on hand he wos given his discharge.  Ho returned to the city yesterday.  ...  Tho store windows ol the oily present a verv attractive appearance, filled with well-designed displays of their  wares. Special mention might be  made of D. D. Campbell's disp,ay of  fruit and vegetables, which certainly  speak for themselves ol the wonderful  fertility of soil and climatio conditions  of the Okanagan valley.  BOWLING  Last Friday night a large and enthusiastic gathering assembled in Raymer s small ior the purpose o! discussing the formation oi a bowling ,cague  ior the winter. It waB thought that  six or eight teams coutd easily bo  formed and. from the present outlook  eight teams will comprise the league,  which will be known as the Dreamland  League.  A man was selected to act aB cap-  taiia ior each team, these captains will  iorm the executive or governing body  of the league. They met this we.ek and  from a long list of names selected their  players, dividing them aa evenly as  possible so that eaoh team may be  about equal in strength.  A schedule is being drawn up nnd  games will start the lirst week 'n October.  All persons desiring ta enter tno  league are requested to leave their  names at the alley, where any information concerning the league may be  obtained.  a   .   ��� ���  Among the friendly games rolled  since our last isbuo was one on Thurs1  day night in which a team captained  bv Max Jenkins defeated a team from  the Royal Hotel. The scores follow:  JENKINS*  McCubbin  113 134  220-467  Davenport  140 144   179���463  A. Johnson  124 128   130���388  Jenkins  116 132   130-378  Totals'  493  638   661-1696  BOYAL HOTEL  MoLeod      79   108 140-327  H. Johnson ...      107    99 139-345  A. Dengis ....   J.   140   167 130-437  Mann    106   121 122-349  Total*    432  496   631-146S  .   .  .  Another game played between two  teams of selected players met on Monday and resulted in a win by the narrow margin ol 4 pins ior the (earn  under the captaincy ol C. Griffin. Fol  lowing are the scores:  Griffin     139   161   179-469  Shiodle    106>  116   158-T.9  Patterson    179   158   17H���512  I'rett .. ,f f ..   107   133   156-396  Simmons    145   171   153--469  Totals  675 129 821-3326  O'Neil  170   168 153-490  Rossi  105  178 137-120  Panton ',, .. 113   135 158-406  Treadgold .. I. .. . 137   164 133-424  Purdy,  131   169 181-481  THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY  The two-reel episode ol this baffling  mystery story continues to grow in interest and intensity. This picture  drama ia undoubtedly clever and has  given the utmost satisfaction, and has  not only come up to but has exceeded  our expectations Irom the advance advertising. All who have seen the first  two episodes will certainly make an  effort to see "The Leap in the Dark,"  the third instalment ol the tale, in  which every scene throbs with human  emotion and intensely dramatic situations, The noting ol Florence La  Babie in this episode provides some  exceptional examples ol the motion  pioture art.  Any patron of the Kelowna Opera  House has an opportunity to earn $10-  000 lor the best 100 word solution of  this remarkable mystery.  Totals  (656  804  761-2321  False Economy of  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight b too preciow to tittle with.  When buying spectacles I my a food  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more thi n the  commoner kinds, but the < lifferene*  in comfort is worth man*' times tbl  difference in price.  sfcarii.s.iw*^-.  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER fc OPTICIAN  PRICE OUR  UNIQUE  ORNAMENTS  FOR  {PARTY WEAR  ^  iS?  &  Hi  '/fi  [Q��aMP.��  TO BE IHE BELLE OF THE BALL BE ADORNED WITH  ONE OF OUR LOVELY NECKLETS. ONE'S NATURAL CHARMS  ARE ENHANCED BY APPROPRIATE ORNAMENTATION.  WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF JET, PEARL,  CORAL AND SHELL NECKLETS, THE LATEST AND MOST  POPULAR NOVELTY, DIRECT FROM PARIS. SEE OUR  WINDOW DISPLA Y.  WM. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  Pure Maple Syrup  This syrup was made  in the renowned maple  forest  of  the  eastern j*��� +  townships in Quebec; ^im  shipped direct to us in /\- ^X^<^  the original packages.  The quality is unsurpassed. Put up in large  tins which retail at.$1.25 /   X  ~\JS .  Only  a   limited   quantity in  atock. Send us your order early.  For pancakes or toasted  (jP V       \|  muffins nothing tastes  If   v-vjjS)**-^      "���  so good as Maple Syrup  \v��  or Fresh Honey.  They  are both healthful and  wholesome for all the  family. '9Mk**  Large squares of Honey���home product 30c  Freshly extracted Honey, 12-oa 25c  ..      pints 65c  ���       5-lb. tint $1.25  Try Sunbeam Tea, its Good. 50c lb.  Self Rising Buckwheat Flour  lot pancake..   Always ready, easily prepared.   34b. package 3Je  Vinegar for Pickles  Hainz proof malt, psr gallon. 7Je      Heini Whits Wine, per gallon Tie  Heins Cider Vinegar, per gel......*!     Qm�� bottle Canadian Vlnegar...20c  Quart bottle Old English Vinegar 30c  Two New Lines  TANGO TEA.   A dance in every cup.   Oae pound $0e  QUAKER COFFEE-the beet yet.  Per pound tin JOo  Wanted, Strictly Fresh Eggs at 40c  D.D.Campbell  Phon.Three Oh! PnoneThree OW  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 J .    I  I  II ,  ^^^^^^^^^^mummmimmm  ^P  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBES 24, t��U  a���a���as��^-=i=;     '     '"'as  PROFESSIONAL AND  BTJSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GR1BBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  .���NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit'e Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C,  sac  KELOWNA  RECORD  LIST OF FALL FAIR PRIZE  WINNERS  {Contained iroa> Bain    )  Iindley.��� let Bankhead Orchard  Co.  Banner.-lst, F. R. E. DeHni"..  Niagara���let P. B. E. DeHart, 2nd,  John Smith.  Diamond.���1st Mra. M. E. Cameron,  2nd. F. B. ���E. DeHart.  Black Hamburg.���Ut, Palmer & Ho(j-  eraon, 2nd F. B. E. DeHr.rt.  Any other variety.���lit Palmer &  Bok-erson, 2nd A. D. Monseee.  Sweetwater.-lst F..E. E. DeHart.  Quinces  Anv variety.���let A,  W. B. Trench.  ���Jsichton,   2nd,  COMMERCIAL EXHIBIT.'  Apples (One llox)  -let H. Hill, 2nd,     J.  L.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Heweiaon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harvey. BA, Sc, CE, D.LS, B.C.L.S,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C  Phone 147. P.O. Boa 2JI  PIANOFORTE  HR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organiat and Choirmaster of Knox'Church  Kelowna, will Not Receive Pupila until  hia return (rom the Old Country in Sep  temper.  Pridham, 2nd,  Wealthy.  Pridham.  Mcintosh.���1st  J.   I.  S. Gray.  Wegener.���let J. McLaughlin, 2nd T.  Bulman.  Jonathan.-let S. Gray,   2nd, W. C.  Blaokwood.  Northern Spy.-lst H. Hill, 2nd, J.  L. Pridham.  Grimes Golden���1st T. Bulman.  Spitzenberg.���1st J. MoLuui'a.li.n, '-'nd  J. L. Pridham.  Gravenetein.���1st H. Hill.  Delicious.���1st   W. D. Harvey,   2nd,  W. C. Duggan.  Pears (Ono Box)'  Flemish Beauty.���1st G. MacFarlane,  2nd, Earl Blackwood.  Professional Paok  Apples (Three Boxee)  Jonathans,���1st J. L. Pridham.  Cox's Orange Pippin.���1st J. L. Pridham.  Mcintosh.���let J. L. Pridham.  Wealthy.-lst J. L. Pridham.  Drawn Work  Drawn tea cloth.���1st Mrs. L. Schsrf  2nd Mrs. W. .H. Meyers.  Drawn tray or Bideboard cloth.���Ht  Mrs. W. H. Meyers.  Hemstitchinar 'three pieces.��� 1st, E.  D. Harvey. *  Special Prize List  Division 12.   Crochet and  Knitting  .fudges.���MrB.  win.  Hayes and Hrs. Aug-  Miss  ooper,  D. Harvey,  D. Harvey,  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENCINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Cara. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Survey, and Report, on Irris.taon Work.  Application, (or Water License.  KELOWNA, B.C.  F. REYNOLDS  B.C.LS.  A.M.'lnl?. C.E., A.M. Can. Soc. CE.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Suroeaors  Water Supply. Irritation. Subdivisions, etc.  P.O. Bex 261  Phone 131  S, Crowley Block  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  f. 0. Boa! Ill  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ta BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  ���nd estimates given (or publicB-iild-  ioge.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 91  Division 10.   Floral  Judges. W. H. Hayes and A. Treadgold.  Fuchsias, in bloom.���1st Mrs. H.W.  Ling.  Collection Sweet Peas.���1st H. 0..  Riggs, 2nd II. A. Pease.  Collection Zinnias.���1st H. D. ltiggs.  Collection Phlox Drummondi.���Ut H.  D. ltiggs, 2nd W. Gay.  Collection Annuals.���1st 11. 1). ltiggs.  Six Koses.-lst F.K.E. DeHart.  Bouquet of flowers.���1st W. C. Blackwood, 2nd H. D. ltiggs.  Collection oi Dahlias.-lst K. It. E.  DeHart.  Collection oi Gladioli- 1st. F. H. E  DeHart.  Collection of Asters.���let Mrs. H.  Newby, 2nd W. Gay.  Hoses, white.-lst F.lt.K. DeHart.  Hoses, red.���1st F.R.I'. DeHart.  Roses, pink.���1st A. N. Harker, 2nd  F.R.E. DeHart.  Best collection of cut flowers.���lat  H. D. Riggs.  Professionals Only  Group greenhouse plants.���Is* Palmer & Rogerson.  Collection Begonias���1st Palmer &  Rogerson.  Bouquet.���1st Palmer & Rogerson.  Gentleman's Buttonholes.��� Ut G.  Balsillie, 2nd Palmer & Rogerson.  Infant'B    jacket.���1st  2nd Miss Hubbard.  Infant's   hood.���1st    E.  2nd, MiBs Coopor.  Infant's bootees.���1st E.  2nd Miss Cooper.  Shawl or scarf.���1st Mrs. JaB. Harvey sr.,-2nd Mrs. A. D. Monsees.  Set crocheted dinner mats.���IstE.D.  Harvey, 2nd Mre. J. M. Harvoy.  Crocheted doiliea.���1st R. 1). Harvey  2nd, Mrs. .fas Harvoy sr  Knitted sox.���1st Mrs. A. G. Viddler  2nd Mrs. Whiffin.  Bedroom slippers.���1st Mrs. I,. Soharf  2nd Mrs. F. E. Small.  Sewing, Darning, Etc.  Button holes on linen.���1st Mrs. W.  0. Duggan, 2nd Miss F. E. Perry.  Apron, hand made.���1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd Edith Haug.  Ladies' cotton underwear.���1st Mrs.  W. C. Duggan and Miss Cooparf  Cotton shirt.���1st Mrs. W.C. Duggan  Da'"ing pair stockings.���1st Mrs.  Geo. Howcliffo. 2nd MrB. D. W. Sutherland.  Mat.���1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd allra. A.  T,. .Cross.  Beat bed sproad.���1st Mrsf L. Seharf  2nd Mrs. G. W. Cunningham.  Collections  Best collection of drawn avork.���1st  ��� 2nd Mrs. nenshall.  Best collection of embroiderv work���  1st Mrs. I,. B. Andorson, 2nd Mrs. I���  Seharf.  Division  13.   Work done by  girls under 16 years of age  ���Judges.���Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Ang-  win.  Division 11.   Fancy Work  .ludges.-  win.  -Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Aug-  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Ct.Ju.UHUCiMUoiv.tJty)   '  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages may be left at the office ol  Messrs. Ratteasmiy St Williams  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.G.0.  (Asaociat., Royal Catjaeaal OtaaniM.  Orgwist of St. Michael et All Angels'  Church, receives Pupils ior  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theoru, sc.  at his own or pupils' residence.  Special attention lo ctaalenn  ,P.O. Bos 641. Telephone 12  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chtn.se Msrcnanl. anal Etncleyment OaV.��  Contract, of every kind undertaken  Satisfactory work cueraatenl  Telephone Ml  P.O. Boa 2*3  hraaite  ELI AVENUE  ot W.ter Street.  Brida.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Lace  Croohot��� 1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd Mrs.  Henshall.  Point or lloniton.���1st E. 1). Harvey  2nd Mrs. I.. Sehari.  Irish Crochet.���1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd  Mrs. J. Harvey, sr.  I   Knitted Lace.-lst E. D. Harvey, 2nd  Misa F. E. Perry.  Tatlingf���1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd,  Mrs. .:as. Harvey sr.  Netting.���1st E. D. Harvey, 2nd Mrs  Henshall.  Embroidery  Cross Stitch embroidery.���let Mrs.  1��� Schnrl, 2nd"Mra. Henshall.  Embroiderv Eyelet, tea or way cloth  ���1st Miaa Storey, 2nd MrB. I.. 11. Anderson.  Sideboard Scar! in Eyelet.���1st Mrs.  Henshall, 2nd Miss Storoy.  Embroidered towels.���lat MrB. S. D,  Colquette, 2nd Mrs. I,. Seharf.  Embroidery Russian.���1st Miss Storey,  Embroidery    Mount Molliok.���1st E.  D. Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. F. I,. Pease.  Embroidery Linen Sola cushion.���1st  E. D. Harvey. 2nd, Mrs. F. E. Small.  Embroidery sola   cushion, Bilk     or  satin���1st Mrs. Geo Rowcliffe, 2nd  Mre. Willis.  Embroiderv Hardanger.- lit Miss  Cooper, 2nd Mrs. I,. B. Aml.'iva m.  Embroiderv Ribbon Work.--l*. Mrs.  Willis, 2nd Mrs. M. S. Gather.  Embroidery Centre Pieoe In vlite.���  1st E, D. Harvey. 2nd Misa St..ley.  Embroidery center uieoe *n tclots.-  1st Mrs. Geo. Rowcliffe, 2nd Mis Henshall.  Embroidery tea or tray oloth.~lst  Mra. I,. Seharf, 2nd Miss uloyd-lntaa.  Embroidery pillow oases.���st V. II.  Connant, 2nd, Mrs. 8. D. Colq.ietlr.  Embroidered Shirt Wnint <���v kind)  ���1st Miss Storey, 2nd MrB. la. -^ W.  Embroiderv Tea Coav (in white'/ .���  lit, Miss Storey, 2nd Hrs. J. M. Harvey.  Embroiderv Tea Co��v (in colors!.���  2nd Mrs. L. Soharl.  Embroidered Initials or Monogram  on linen.���1st, Mrs. Goo. RoweSiffe,  2nd K. D, Hmrvey.  Cotton pinafore, trimmed.���1st' Phyllis Teague.  Fancy Apron.��� let and 2nd "hvllis  Teague.  Button Holes on Linen.���1st,. Phyllis  Teao-ue.  Outline work.��� 1st, Hilda Duggan  2nd, Phyllis Teague.  Croohet work in cotton.���1st Dorothy Leckie.  Table doilies.���1st Dorothy Leckie.  Hemstitching.���1st Phyllis Teague.  Centrepiece (Embroidery).���1st Miss  Budden.  Dressed Doll.���1st Doris Toague.  Doll's BaBsinetto (Furnished).��� 1st  Doris Teague, 2nd Hilda Duggan.  Initial, or monogram, embroidered  on handkerchief.���1st Misa. L. M. Mo-  Keown.  Division 14.   Miscellaneous  Best firncy pin cushion. ���1st, E. D.  Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. F. E. Small.  Best lancy handkerchief case.��� 1st  E. D. Harvey, 2nd Mrs. Geo. Rowaiiiffe  BoBt lancv hand bag.���1st E. D. Har-  vev, 2nd Mrs. L. Seharf.  Best novelty ol any kind.���1st MrB.  Henshall, 2nd, Mrs. A. G. Vidler.  Beet pyrographv on wood or leather  -1st Mrs. A. R. Drysdale.  Stcnoiling.���1st and 2nd Mrs. Hon-  shall.  Basketry.���1st Mrs. K. Kaclaren, 2nd  Mrs. F. E. Small.  Hand Painting in Water Colors  And Oils  Water oolor original work; fruit,  flowor or landscape.���1st Mrs. D. A.  McKie, 2nd Miss Gather.  Oils; fruit, flowers or landscape.���  1st and 2nd Miss Gather.  China paintin-.��� 1st, Mrs. C. A.  Whitham.  _o���  Division 15.   Schools  Judges: ltev. D.  Dunn.  J. Welsh, ltev.    A.  Bust map ol British Columbia, including Rivers, mountains, lakes, cities, oto.���lst, It. Keller, 2nd, ('. A.  Barlee.  Best hand writing.���1st Phyllis Tin-  true, 2nd, C. A. Barlee.  Beet composition; Biibieet: "Tho advantages of living in the Okanagan  Valley."���1st John Conroy, 2nd Phyllis Teague.  Division 16. Domestic Science,  Household Arts  For Girls 16 .rears and Under  aludge. Mrs. P. B. Willits.  Bread,'homo made, white.���1st Kathleen MoKenzie, Snd, Evelyn Fletoher.  Bread, home made, brown, 1st Evelyn Fletcher.  Plain eake. home made���IbI, Evelyn  Fletcher, 2nd Kathleen McKenzie.  Cookies home made. -Ut Evely i Fletcher.  Mixed candies.��� home made.���1st  Evolvn Fletcher.  Hal ing powder bisouita���1 st Evelyn  Iletcher, Sad Kathleen McKenzie.  Best collection of cut iloweis. PrizaM  8.500, $3.00 and ��2.00. Donated by W.  o. I'ahner.���1st Goo. Balsillie, 2nd F.  It. E. DeHart.  Three besl, loaves of bread, made  from any kind of flour. 1st prize,  Universal Bread Mixer (large size),  2nd prize, Universal bread mixer,  (small size;. Donated by the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.���1st Mrs.  H. Newby, 2nd, W. A. Hunter.  Best collection of potatoes. Prize:  Goods to the value of ��10. Donated  by the Kelowna Implement Co.���1st  Gus. Anderson.  Best pair initialled towels. Prize, one  crystal Towel Bar, 30 in., by 1 in.  Donated by ,1. A. MorriBon ii Co.-  lst Mrs. Geo. Rowoliffe.  Best worked centre piece. Prize:  large folt hut. Donated by Miss M.  Hartia.���lst MrB. L. 1). Anderson.  Tho five heaviest apples, of any variety. Prize) 85.00. Daanuted by Win-  Haug.   -1st ('. H, Goen.  Best collection of Cut Flowers. 1st  prize; 810.UU. Donated by E, it. Dai-  ley, 2nd prize S5.00.-lst B. it. E. De-  Hart, 2nd, H, D. Riggs.  Best jar of apricots., Prize: one dozen Economy jars. Donated by K, F,  Ontey.���1st S. Gray.  Best Buff Orpington Cock and Hen.  Prize; BO pound sack of ground hone.  Donated by K. F. Oxley.���1st, J. Aldridge,  Best collection of loses. Prize 4o.l)0.  Donated by J. B. Knowles.���Ut F. K,  E. DeHart. '  Twelve photos, taken and developed  by children not over 15. 1st prize;  Developing tank, value 16.00, 2nd prize  photographic material valued ut $3.00  Donated ,by P, B. Willits & Co.-ltt,  Miss M. McKeown, 2nd, W. McGibbon,  Best Single Turnout. Prize. One rug.  Donated by W. R. Glenn & Son.- 1st,  R. A. Copeland.  The heaviest apple. Prize $5.00. Donated by G. C. Rose.- 1st, Casorso  Bros.  Best collection house plants. l';-ize:  $5.00. Donated n- II. W. Raymer. 1st,  Ursula Whitehead.  Best five pounds t>f butter in prints.  Prize: floods to she value of $3JI0.  Donated by tho Kelowna Grocery Co.  Butter to go to tho Benevolent Society for distribution.���1st Mrs. ii. W.  Cunningham.  The best layer cake, made by a f.irl  sixteen or under. Prize *2.30. Dam.il-  cd by Mrs. 13. C. Mclntyre.���1st Miss  Ursula Whitehead.  Best three loaves of bred, made by a  girl of sixteen or under. Prize $5,00  Donated by E, W. Wilkinson & Co.-  lst, Kathleen McKenzie.  Best loaf of bread made from Royal  Household flour. 1st prize: 4'J-pound  Back RoyW Household fltiur; 2nd prize  21-posnd sack Royal Household flonr.  Donated by the McKenzie Co. Ltd.--  lst Mrs. G. W. Cunningham, 2nd, Mrs.  A. L. Cross.  Best lout of bread made from Qu-'t-  er flotjr, 1st prize, 49-pound Back ol  ('anker Hour; 2nd prize, 21-pound sack  Quaker flour. Donated by tbe Mc-  Konzio Co. Ltd.���lat Mrs. H. D. Riggs,  2nd, Mrs. A. L. Cross.  Beet dozen, buns mado from Royal  Household flour. 1st prize 49-pound  sack Royal Household flour; 2nd raize  24-pound saok Royal Household flout  Donated by the MoKenzie Co. Ltd.���  1st Mrs. G. Wf .Cunningham, 2nd Mrs,  H. Newby.  Best anple pie, made from Quaker  flour. 1st prize, 49-pouno) sack Quaker  flour; 2nd prize 24-pound saok Quaker  flour. Donated by the McKenzie Co.  Ltd.���1st Mrs. A. L. Cross, 2nd Miss  Hose Weddell.  Best 2-pounds Dairy Butter. lat prize  two pounds McKenzie's. Blue Tea, 2nd  prize, 1 pound McKenzie's Blue Tea.  Donated by the MoKenzie Co. I.th.���  1st, Mrs. Middleton, 2nd, R. Munson.  Best quart jar strained ntinev. 1st  prize. Box oi chooolatos, slue ��2.0u,  2nd prize, Box, of chocolates, vulue  $1.00. Donated by the McKenzie 'Co.  Ltd.-lst T. Barber.  Best grade milk cow. 1st prize, cro-  cories to value of $5.00; 3ud prize,  groceries to value of $2.50. Donated  by the McKenzie Co. Ltd.���lsl Will  ninckwood.  BcBt Local Option Sprinr oolt.���$10.  Donated by J. N. Cameron.���Ut. A.  Gordon, 2nd Cats Anderetin.  Best yearling heiler lor dairy purpose. Silvor medal. Donated By the  Citnailian Bank of Commerce.���Ut Will  Blackwood.  Bost Gent's Single Turnout. 1st prize  (ie nin, value $5.00. Dtin.it.ed by \V.  M. Parker li Co. 2nd prize, box ril  Dora cigars, value $3.00.���1st, It. A.  Cooelnnq, 2nd, Claude Newby.  Mure or gelding. 5 years or over  weight between 1150 and 1400. ei.'.OO  Donated by J. L. Pridham.���let I!  Smith.  Boat 1914 foal complying with iiJfs  a'aivtrning this competition. 1st rri t:  $'0 and silver medal, E. A. Day. 2nl,  nrize $20 and silver manlal, .las. Botvn  Snl prize and silvor medal, I . Dilworth. Medals donated by Canadian  Bank of Commerce.  PAGE SEVEN  mmmmJSaBmmmm  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESJFLOUR  World's Best  Send/or Five Roses  Cook Book-  COUPON  Don't forest to enclose T��n C  in sump*  MAUF. OF DULU _  BEING A MANUAL CF GOOD RECIPES cWyfe  cho��en from the contributions of over two iho-jMnt)  ���uccewful weii of Five Rotes Flour throughout Canada.  Alto Useful Note* on (he various closes of good things  lo eat ill of which have bten carefully checked and  re-checked by competent authority.  (Iters. rWfastett UK! Of IK WOOM MIWK CO. IITO  W. R. GLENN & SON, Agents   ���    Kelowna, B.C.  MY SHOEMAKER  EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING  On Sale���Two Special Lines in Men's Shoes  Men's Strong Men's Fine  work shoe 3.25       s->����   3.75  Reg. $4 Reg. $4.50  THESE ARE EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS  For Repairing. Shoes as New  C. DARK  Try Us  BERNARD AVENUE  SHOEMAN  Opposite Board ef Trade  Good Health.  The governments of both Canada and the  United States have stringent regulations regarding food adulterations. Makers are now forbidden to label an article "pure" that is not just as  represented.  It wjas the HONEST manufacturer that worked to have these laws passed.  When a manufacturer of food products advertises his goods as "pure," under the present Canadian laws, they are really pure; you can depend  upon that. It will pay you tb insist upon the  advertised brands. If you accept substitutes you  CANNOT be. sure.  111 ��� rftfffltfffhlWffiWiffl''^Ti II  SOME OF THE VEB8ATILES, AT THE OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ���m  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA  RECORD  THTJBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914  r  v.  WANTED! )  .Prepaid Bates: 2 centa per word  firat inaertion and 1 oent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., Inserted for less than 25 cents.  FOR   SALE  HAY. FOR SALE. ���Alfalfa, Timothy  und Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ifanch. Mtf  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  aid lot, 11260, close ia. Apply 'Boh  149 Kelowna. I'Jtl.  FOR SALE- Pure Bred young Berk-  shirs pigs. Alio two seated surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Dilworth. 301.1.  BEES FOR SALE.���Three hivt-H complete.   ,1. lliit'h, I'.aix  102,   Kolownn.  ���11-1  FOR SALE.��� Good motor car, five  liasHonaror. Price $250, Apply Box  ".I" Record. 41tt.  PIGS FOK SALE.���All sorts and sizes.  Apolv John ConVoy, Woodsldo Farm  ���12-5p  FOR SALE.-Well brod Heifer, fivsh at  Xinus,  also splenilitl mare t-ttlt,  ris-  .   inu 2-year-old.   Choap,    A. L,  Hay,  Kolowna. -12-7p  TO RENT  'OR RENT.���8-roomud haiuse with all  modern convenienea-s on Bernard avenue, just east of l'resbytia-ian ohurch.  Kent very reasonable. Apply H. ��'.  Williams, or P.O. Box 516. Mtf.  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent 312.00 per mo  Apply W. H. Flemintr, Kelowna. 1 ttf  THE  Million Dollar  Mystery  OPERA HOUSE  EVERY SATURDAY  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hereron will  pay the highest market prioe for  heifer or bull calves of anv age. 31tl  HOUSES    TAKEN   FOR   PASTURE  and fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch.        ��� 43tf  Launch for Hire  for Picnics, &c.  Apply to  Kelowna Machine Shops.  33tf  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mra. J. H. Davies   will be st   Mr.  Hathie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours sf 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday ol each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. O.  llox 620, Kelowna. 20tf.  TO   RENT.���Brick   house,    all  modern  conveniences,   or would  exchange for  fruit land.   Apply I1. 0, llox 04, Kelowna. ''P   O   WANTED.���Active rolinblo man as local agent, New Sterling devico ia.r  Ford Automobiles. Guaranteed. Sells  lust. Hood money for right man.  Ford Equalizer Co., 525 Burrard  sterol, Vancouver. 44p   O   FOR SALE.���1 milch cow, 12 pigs, und  a quantity    of BUgar inunglos.     G.  Whltakor, R. B,  1., Kclowna 44-7   o   FOR SALE. ���Cooal cow.  Cash only.  Apply, 540 Clement avenue. 41-5  TENDERS FOIl WOOD  Tenders arc asked for the supply of  10 cords of drv fir, pine, birch or poplar wood in 4-foot lengths, delivered  to thc Kelowna Bchool. Apply S. D.  McTavish, secretary Board of School  Trustees.  W. C. AITKpN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  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  Xmas Presentation Apples for the Old Country  <J We will deliver to any part of Ireland,  Wales, Scotland or England, a box of Fancy  Export Apples for $1.25. Orders must  be received by us not later than October  28th, and accompanied by Express Money  Order or marked cheque. Write the Address plainly so as to avoid mistakes.  Okanagan  United   Growers,   Ltd.  VERNON   B.C.  ���r-��*a*0*Ct*r^^  P. Burns & Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA FAMILY BUTCHERS  We are receiving a fine assortment of Local  Fresh Killed Meats  Watch our window display  for Bargains & Choice Cuts  H. R. Maundrell, Mngr.  SHOP PHONE, 135  RESIDENCE. 204  ^90w8C8l8C6wC"34w  4 New Recipes 4  Each one is a good one.    They are all easy to make  and are all inexpensive.   You will not be disappointed  -��� if you try them. '  Pear Marmalade  3 Lemons cut fine.  5 pounds of Ripe Pears  cut fine.  5 pounds Granulated Sugar  3 ounceh Crystalized  Ginger.  Boil lemons in water (or  half an hour, then add  Pears, Sugar and Crystalized Ginger and cook  well and you have a  delicious marmalade.  Ripe Cucumber Pickles  Pare Ripe Cucumbers,  remove seeds, grate and  drain in a collinder.  To one pint of pulp add  one half pint of Heinz  Cider Vincgur, one quaiter  teaspoon of Cayenne pepper, one teaspoon of Salt  And two henping table  spoons of grated .horseradish. Bottle and seal  and it is ready for use.  Peach Conserve  3 Oaanges cut small.  2 Lemons cut small.  5 lba. Peaches cut small.  5 lbs. Granulated Sugar.  I lb. Sultanas.  Cook well and  the  result  will tempt  the  appetite  of everyone.  Mother's Pickles  Cook beets and when  cold chop and add to one  qnnrt of chopped bectc.  One quart of chopped red  or white cabbage.  One   cup   Grated   Horse  Radish.  Two cups of Granulated  Sugar.  Cover   with   Heinz   Malt  Vinegar and it is ready  to serve.  (Some like to add spices)  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality k Service our mott*.  5 per cent. Discount lor Caah  Monthly accounta nett  Fall Coats of Excellent Appearance  $15.00=  TO  =$25.00  They have style and appearance out of all proportion to the price, and every woman who proposes buying a Coat  this fall should see them. A very practical and smart Coat at these prices is made of honeycomb cloaking in NAVY  BLUE and DELF BLUE. It has a raglan sleeve, fancy pointed velvet collar, and be'ted back, trimmed with novelty  buttons.    Another nice coat is our Chinchilla, in all the new shades, Tango, Blue Checks; semi-sport style, pleated  back, and very " nobby."  Note these exceptional Coats at $10  Balmaccan Style with Belted Back  No such Coats were ever offered here for this  money. Many women who formally paid much  more for a coat are finding these just what is most  needed for stylish practical service. In good weight  BLUE, BLACK and TAN.  Chinchilla Coats are Very Good  We have these in Sports Style of all lengths,  Raglan Sleeves, Patch Pockets, fastened with self  loops, in striking shades of PADDY, MAHOGANY  COPENHAGEN, SCARLET and BLACK. Also  in Black and White Chec':s and Stripes.  $20.00  to  $27.50  Men's Sweater Coats and  Sweaters  Never before has the Sweater Jackf t and check Mackinaw Coata been shown in so many cloths and with such good  tailored lines. We have the real heavy SHAKER KNIT,  with Klondyke collar, any color, at $8.50 and $10. These  two prices cannot be duplicated. We also have the famous  HARVEY SWEATER in all Weight., Style, and Colors, at  from Boys' at $2.50 to Men's at $6.50. Our Dr. Jaeger wool  Jersey for boys and girls are certainly neat and inexpensive.  From , $1.00 to $1.50  A Special Feature This Season  ia the Girls' Kilted Knit Suit  with Bloomer,   to  match, in  Navy, Saxe, Red, Tan and Cope $2.75  Boys' Suits���Jersey, Knickers and Cap, in Navy, Sky, Cope  and Brown $2.25  Thomas Lawson, Ltd.  A Superb Array of Women's Boots For Fall  at $4.50 and $5.00 Pair  Nevar ware style, ao delightful���never have we ahown a  variety ao fascinating at these prices, $4.90 and $3. In  these lines ie repraaented everything that'e new���tha aolt  gunmetal call and beautiful ahiny leather, in kid and  patent colt. In tha matter ol ahapea, the new plain French  toe, with concave leather heels, ie strongly featured, and  the long and medium pointed toea are atrong.   But atyle  (perfection I. not all that await, you in theaa $4.50 and $J  ines���lor these ahoea wiK make you look better and feel  better. Come in aad Me. Try on. or tw* ol the modele���  then walk I Such comfort ahoea can not be bought else,  where at thtae price..   P.r pair $4.50 aad IS  4ir�� Boots for Men are  jS^ British Manufacture  You can Depend Upon Them  Thev are soundly built, ol good, reliable leather, and they possess a remarkable capacity lo  hard wear We hava alwaye apeaialited in English-made boots that can ba depended upon, and  this aeason finds our stock more complete than aver. We give you th. fit your feet need, and  exceptional value withal.   Price. ..'. .'. $6.50 and $7.50

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