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 VOL VI;  Weekly Meeting of  ftejity Council  Milk By-Law it Given Third  Reading  The regular oounoil meeting was- held  laat Friday morning with a full attendance of the members.  A disputation from ths Aquatio As  sooiation waited on the council asking  for the* usual grant to the regatta,  and were informed that white provision had been made for the grant in  the estimates it was a little uncertain  when the money oould be paid ovor,  owing to the present shortage ol  funds.  Mr. U. C. Boss draw the counoil'*  attention to the proposed visit of lho  delegates to the Alberta and Eastern  British Columbia Press Association  early in September, and asked lho  council's assistance in receiving and  entertaining them. Iho council promised every assistance, but it was leit  with Mr. Rose to suggest to the Association's transportation committeo  a more convenient hour for th.-ir visit.  Mr. W. H.. Stevens, superintendent ol  The Dominion Telegraph servioe wrote  concerning an application whieh hi  had previously made to erect a polo  line on oertain streets, and also to  use some of the city's light poles. The  permission was granted.  An application was made by Police  Magistrate Weddell for an increase in  salary and on motion it was decided  to grant a raise from 9500 to $760 pot  annum.  Alderman Copeland spoke respecting  the proposed bridge over Mill Creek  on Sutherland avenue, for which it had  been decided to call for tenders. Since,  the last meeting he had consulted with  the'engineer who was of opinion that  as the job was only- a' small one it  could be done by the city foreman  with one assistant. It .was decided  to adopt this course.  The Milk Regulation By-law was giv-  ed its third reading.  Building Inspector J. A. .Bigger submitted his report for the six months  ending June 30th, during which time  building permits to the value of $60,-  310 were issued.  The following accounts were pass.nl  for payment: ^anB  PI O. Box rental    Premium     of Clerk's Fidelity  bond    ('has. Niool, park work    City Band, June grant     C.P.B., freight    46.01  A. K. Davy, street watering.     143.50  City of Vernon, maintenance of  prisoners  ., ,  Kolowna Land k Orchard Co.  Balance   due on   Blook 0,  Beg. Plan 1398    Messrs.   Digger At    McGregor,  Payment on    acct. cement  sidewalk   contract     C.P.R.,' freight    1). McMillan, cemetery caretaker*' fees    Palmer fc' Bogerson, park acct,  O. G. Dunn, petty Cash    .1. Plant, sewer work    S. D. Colqtlette, salary    F. B. Hurst, salary    K. Fowler, salary     F. Varvey, salary   F. Freeman,, salary   ',,  W. A. Newton, pole line work  B. M, Hill, salary    II. Sands, power house.work  A. H. Hayward, pole line work  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914.  Missing Local Man  Found Dead  Decomposed Body Found in  Hydraulic Canyon  'lho ghastly discovery of the partly  decomposed body of a man lit the  canyon of Hydraulic Creek about 12  miles out from town clears up in  Kelowna Achieves Remarkable  School Examination Successes  $1.50 Per Annum.  All Mitriculation and Entrance Pupils Pass-24 out  of 25 High School Candidates Successful-  Other Successes During Year  End of Lawn Tennis  Brilliant Play by R. J. Stone  of Kelowna  m  I 5.00  .   12.65  .    8.40  78.00  39.15  450.00  800.00  4.00  I  K.  O.  F.  W.  P.  %.  It.  W. Barrett, pole line work  Schmidt power house work  Hi Dunn, salary    V. Boyle, Salary    H. Bennie, salary    Dunn, salary   Sabine, salary    W. Thomas, salary    Albert Gibb, salary ,   .1.  A. Bigger, salary    A, B. Davy, salary    If. I. Johnston, rent, for polioe  quarters   Burne & Temple, salary    E. Weddell, salary    BIBTHS  .   10.00  106.30  .   21.88  3,70  160.00  110.01)  .110.00  85.01)  .85.00  31.30  100.00  1.35  39.21  32.50  4.S0  166.66  110.00  90.00  100.00  97.20  109.10  88.00  25.00  166.66  40.00  60.00  135.00  After a heavy spell -of drinkinj, anl  almost on tho Verge of delirium, Taj,'-  'gart had vanished, leaving his nw  worldly goods :n his room at 1 h -  hotel.  The horrifying news was brought into town Inst  Saturday hy a   -coupl  of Swedes who hnd )>cen fishing up I h  creek.    As Provincial Constable   Mic  donald hnd already beon summoned I.  investigate a stabbing affray at     on  of tho railway enmps, Coron'.r 10. Weddell, accompanied by Dr. Huycke, 3Ir.  Fran't Small and    n m-n    named W.  Dotterel! who had known tho docoas'd  went out to the scene of tho discovery.  They found the body which was    .it  oneo identified as th \t of Taggart by  his clothes and some papers in     tht  pockets, lying near the ere-k at      It  bottom of an almost inaccessible c ji-  yon, nnd from the advanced state   o  putrefaction    it was evident ho     h id  deen dead for somo considerable tine.  At that point the bank slopes ste p-  ly  to the water.   A few feot     above  the body was lound a moss lined '.mi 1  contrived betwo.n a. big    1 ou'der an I  an overhanging rock.    His boats an 1  hat were still thero, but no si^ns woe.!  found of any fife or food.    In     do.-t-  peration the man had evidently rushe 1  blindly out nnd taken refuge in    this  lonely spot.     How'he met his   dosth  is nol exactly known.     He nwy hnv  rolled    out of- his bed and into    the  wator when the creek was higher,   .cr  he may .have staggered down for     a  drink niid-probably weak and exhausted from his excesses and from lack of  food, been unable to climb liac'e     to  his bed.    No one oan, tell.  Bight there.where he died his grate  was dug, for the difficulty of access  to the place, -and the shocking stale  of disintegration of the remains nvi !.!  removal impossible.  Taggart was about 40 years ol I,  and had been around the district at  tmpper and laborer lor the Belgo-  Canadian Co., and others for abo it  three years. The only relative kno.'ii  of ia a brother in Fenrlon Falls, Onl.,  and he has bom communicuted with.  ��� :" --j nritish Columbia high sohool and  tragic manner the mystery of the dis -(|ligh gchooI entronM scholnrs scored a  appearance from Iho Boyal Hotel las'. njs|, |K,rMntnge in the Juno oxnmina-  April of a tropper ond laborer nitned tionilj th(j re^ukg 0, whica hnv0 ������,���  Alfred Taggart, of whom no trace -mKei by ,������ a���pal.tnlcnt ���( education  could be found' in suite of the diligen'.  ft^ Viotoria.  search  that was    mado at the timi.     jn ,]0th 0XBm.nations tho   Kelowna  srhcols mado a remarkably good showing. In the entranco oxnm'nvtions thi  whole of the 27 candidates passed,  while in the high school examination*  21 out of 25 candidate* were successful. This remaultable result added to  j the fact that in tho matriculation  cltia.-rtho wliol - of the seven who wrote  wero suecess.'ul, reflects the vory high-  'lost credit upon tho whole of the- tench-  I itijr stalF, and Mr. I.. V, lingers, principal of the high school, nnd Mr. A.K.  Lord, late prinoipal o'f tho publio  school* are osposinlly to be conrra'.ii-  lated. ,  Of the 21 5 high  school  candidate.  of  tho  whole province who took  tin  [papers, 1733 passed nnd of the    3124 .  j high school  entrance  examination- e in  ididatos 2063 were successful.  fit  the      preliminary    high     scho d 1  course, junior grade, Henry Cross,   of  the' Victoria high sohool, stands fits!. '  with n total of 860 marks o it of 1000. I  on the advanced course, jun'or  gr<id  Board of Trade  Momfily Meeting  Arrange to Entertain Delegate*  to Irrigation Convention  ^^^^^^^^^���������mmmmmmm..       .   Tho Board of Trade held its regular  The annual tournament of the Okan- monthly meeting Tuesday evening. The  ugnn  Lawn Tennis Association    oame ] att< ndance was small, however,     and  to a close last Friday evening,    after little business of importance was     on  one-of the most successful weeks sport the agenda.  Mr.  S. T.  Elliott prcsid-  procinoo is    I.    The following names  ore in order of merit;  Nellie Hereron, Harold Etter, I'hoe'ie    There waB a    mrgo orowd    present ���,,,,,.  Brown, Messie Thompson, Almn Magee, ���"!> Thursday afternoon and all day 'tion  ftladys n���wcr, Cordon Whitehead. "'''    over held in the valley  |cvents were played.  There was a    largo orowd  led, and Mr. N. D. McT��vish Bttciid.il  to the duties of secretary, having recently    been appointed to    that posi-  II1GII SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS  Advi.n.'cd class or second year high  school. Number of candidates II,  number pass.d II. Total marks 1000.  Annie McLennan 668, Dorothy LecVe  663, .lean Kincaid 646, Everett Faulkner till, Hazel Ritehic 638, Mury H jj  637, Kvoritt Fleming 621, Beatri-e  Campbell 606, Jessie McMillan 60,,  Marjor-e lvool-.ie 572, Alice.Porry 531.  Preliminary course or first year high  sohool. Number of candidates 14, "number passed  13.   Total marks 1000.       i  Ruby Raymer 704. Clifford Buck 791 '  Dorothy  Evans 758, Gladstone     I,  Friday when the finals in all tho  I The remarkable success of Mr. R. J.  Stone, of Kelowna, who reached tho  honor of champion of the valley     in  Amongst the correspondence whieh  waB' first read was a letter from Mr.  A. W. Despard of the Dominion Agricultural department.    Mr. Despard  all three events in whioh    men    were engaged in the work of collecting ma  eligible-  v.,     *tio ....*a,~��Jfi���  ......   I.    ���  >   -  eligible, was the outstanding feature  of tho tournament. Mr. Stone left  Saturday morning for Vancouver -ind  Victoria to take part in the tourna  mint there, and will no doubt give a  good account of himself.  In the ladies' singles Miss Seon and  Mrs. I-'.. R. Simpson met in the final,  the former proving the victor in a  hard-fought contest  Mr.- Stone,    won tho    men's singles was at present in Kelowna in  over Mr. (','. E. Seon, Jr., the   latt  ���ii    -.���   .1       .,   i..    j      -��     r.   ..'sharing the honors with Mr. Stone in  gile  118, Mary M. Sunder   IBS,    Cecil  ���       " ,    ,    ,,  n ioo   m    ���   ���   mi- ,, m.   t      'he men's doubles.  Dnwxon 728, Marjorie Elliott 702, Leo    ���.,      ,        .,..,,,.      .          -- - J no championship in the ladies doubles went to Mrs.  Burdokin and Miss  Abbay, and in the mixed doubles  Mr, Stone and Mrs. Seon,  Xewby 087, Dick Taylor 638, Ew8ll  Patterson 8119, Ralph Ritchie 57i| Dorothy Forrest 567, Jean Murray 531.  ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS  . Kclowna     Public  terial for an exhibit of bottled fruit  to be included in the Canadian exhibit at the Panama exposition next  year. The fruit has to go through a  chemical process in which it is preserved in its natural state. Mr. Dos-'  pard asked the .assistance of the  Board in securing the very finest specimens from the district.  ft was mentioned that Mr. Despard   ^^^^^^^^^^... _j     company with Mr.  Thornton, the    export  who conducted fruit preserving operations in Kelowna last year on behalf  of the provincial government.  In   discussing the matter it was   the  to general opinion that any    fruit     bot-  ,tled for   exhibition -   .���.   w.wwnuM.- purposes     should  In addition to the regular champion- marked with the name of the    placo  ship events, several handicap matches of its origin.    Most of the best speci-  s,h'-ol< 2" "'"".were played.       Of these Miss Higgin mens obtained by the goveroment  dates, all passed. . I won the ladies' singles,'Mr. H. A. Wil-"     '    -  ffcorge E. Fletcher 7/4, Thomas    II. ^ ,he   men,8 8ing.t8 and Mr   R   ���.  Margaret     CwtoJ*��, Slubbs and    Mrs. Burdekin the mixed  won me ladies' singles, Mr. H. A. Wil  Thomas    ��.  H��� the  ��� ��� ��� = ' I Btrlman    734,   Margaret     Clarke 721, c, bu,  tho candidato winning highest hoira-s   Frances M. Burkland 717, Frederick Q.lj    .,  ia Clifford A. Woodworth,    o'    Chilli-   wi,it-head 710   Blossom M   Buck 70> I    ,    .,'    .. '.' ' - -  *���    ��� '���  wack high school, who has made 798j St^EL "!XiTl.*      ���   -'H    ��<��id���� *�� "-"*"���'  ��l�������� ��'*  marks out of 1000 ^^^^^^  The high    school entrance exnmiua  lions was held on-June 22, 23 and *14  A large gasoline launch, belonging  to Mr. H. H. Hankinson caught fi'c  soon after midnight last Sunday antl  was considerably damaged before the  blaze could be extinguished. The boat  wns lying by tho side of the ferry  wharf, it having been rented for the  season by the proprietors of tho forty.  No cause is assigned for the fire, no  sign of whieh could bo seen only u  short time before when Mr. Campbell  left the wharf. There wns no insurance  carried.  luln, Edna Clarke 691, Sus-.n J. H���-  voy 681, Charity M. Wi'son 681, I,o-  naine Woolsry 679, Herbert B.     Haug   , -.  -.,   877, Marguerite L.   Budd:n'6"0,   Geo.  at 71  different centres throughout >ho   DBy 660, Percy Bnn'tin 660,     Donald  province.       s |.r, Whitham 65J, George E. CurtB 650,  Miss Dorothy Blakoy of the Jlonry .l/aWfence-.Marshall 654,' Marjory M.  Hudson sohool, Vancouver, who *-,t|urman, 640, Annie St. C. Reekie 630,  cured 930 marks out of a possible Ti|a jf Switzer, 630,, E,,rl B. Howard  1100, has tho honor ot securing first B2i;> lfeata j i,i,)v()..|(mw 620, Russell  PlttCe- ��� '(i, .Sutherland 611, Norah V.     Jones  One of tho ten bronze    modalswhieh m> (.hrigtiri8 A. jloMillan 593, I.aur���  are donated annually by His.    Boynl WiUoil 587   xormill) DeHart 581.  Highness); the Gpvornor-General,     an 1  distributed by the department amon       KE LOWNA DISTRICT SCHOOL  the head pupils of tho ten cities hai  ing the greatest number of entran I lilack Mou''t''in' . Number of candt-  passes to their oredit was won- .bjldateH '"������ P8a8od J'-*"8 M' M8XwuU  fieorge E. Fletcher of Kelowna, whcJ 651, William E. Fleming 571.  secured highest marks for the city. I F,li80"- Vumtor o( ""dates -l-  The following is �� 4��t of th- sue- Pa8Bod 2'~ H"roW S' Lm�� C01' Wil  cessful local pupils,    f ,'"" B' Her��ron ^  |   Kelowna North, Number of     cundi-  ' MATRICULATION, CLASS j dates 1; pawed l.-Haro!d F.     Atkin  Jn view of tho fact th'it tho     pass609-   ,     '  standard this venr was ra!sod from     I  ���<��'��N.��"'  Number of candidates   2;  to 50 per    cent, the passing     of tl^P898"1 2.-Sylvia M. Weeks 631,     L.  whole of the seven looal candidates t* Bcrvl f'""" W.  I-100 per cent is especially njteworthy | ;   ' Tho percentage of pass.*'for Iho whoi'K (Ooattnud on Pais t.1  ertions in the Various events, Mr.  StoD i acted as a most eVient secro  tary o' the tournament, and to h-ni  in many ways is due largely the success of the affair. >  The Hon. Martin Burrell and Hrs.  Burrell were present at the Friday  afternoon games,' the latter distribut  ing the cups and prizes at tbe eloie  of the tournament.  Murderous Assault  WELL-KNOWN AVIATOR WILL  FLY AT THE    KELOWNA  BfcCATTA  Lady Badly Hurt When Rig  Overturns  Mrs. Wiokens, wife of F. Wlokens,  foreman with the South Kolowna' Irrigation Co., is in the hospital with a  broken arm and other serious '.njiiri.vt  the result of an accidont- with a 'eain  ��� ���ishe was driving Tuesday raornin.'. .Mr.  "*- and Mrs. Wic'uns had driven dowa  town, and whilo Mr. '���VWions was- ft-  tending    to   business    in i-n'e of the  Death of Mrs. Ct. Chittenden  I'llRVES.-On    Saturday,  July lllh,  to Mrs. Purees, a son.  KNOX.- To Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Knox,  on Sunday, July 19th, a son.  MOON.-On Tuesday, July 21st, to the  wile of Augustus Moon, a son.  A' son was bom last Tuesday to  u  Chine** woman, the wife of Quan *��!'"  v���.ora   Bul,  Nol.   the little Chink and It* mother ������  dartvlval, etc  are doing will. ' aa sa .. ae ee .��  Capt. Woldon    B. Cooko, the  famous Culifonra av'a'or has  " accepted an engagement to appear at tho Kolowna Regatta  with his hydro-aeroplane, the  versatile maohine which    com-  "   bines flying machine and motor  boat. , It    oan   bo   made to  skim along on the surface of the  water at enormous speeds, and  at will to rise into the air for  a flight.    Capt. Cooke has had  a most successful career as    i.n  aviator.     He it was who first  starter! the aeroplane ferry from  Oakland to San Francisco, and  ho has made   hundreds of sue'-  cessful  flights in Various parts   '  of the continent. He will matte   '  two (lights on the second iiy  of the regatta.    Other attrao-   '  tions will include B. C, oham-  '  pionshlps for    swlmm'ng    and  '  diving,    drawing     competitors  '  from nil over tho province; do-   '  unrated   auto parade;    confetti   '  The death took place on Monday  morning lust.of Mrs. C. 0, Chittenden,  formerly Miss Kathleen Morrison, It  the home of her mother, Mrs. J. Morrison, Ethel street. The deceased lady  never very strong had been more or  less HTiously ill for lho past year and .  for some lime it h is been known that, y  thero was no hot:e of rrco\ery.     lliii  Two Chinamen, Wong Bing and -lo.i  Sing were arrested this week at om  of the railway camps near the summit, charged with a murderous assault  upon a white man, cook at the camp.  It appears that the "bull-cook" es  the assistant chef is called went into  the cook shack for some bread whm  Wong Ring for some reason made u  stab at him with n knife he was using  for peel'n; potatoes, inflicting a nisly  wound in the arm. On his attempting  to defend himself a second Chln.i-  man, Joe Sing joined in the fray annul with an axe. They were eventually separateel, and the polioe and a  doctor telephoned for. Dr. Campbell  uti I the provincial constable went out  to the camp. Wong Bing had Bed,  but he wus'captured hiding in a hoxl  ear about a mile down the track.  The pair were brought into town and  on being formally charged, were remanded until Saturday.  far had come from the Kelowna district and if it could be arranged that  suoh fruit bear a label indicating its  origin Kelowna would get much valuable publicity.  Notification was received" of the  meeting at Summerland of the Associnl  ted Boards of Trade of the Okanagan  postponed (rom the 24th to the 27th  of the present month.  ENTEBTA1N VISITORS TO THE  CONVENTION  Considerable discussion took place  [upon a proposal to have the delegates returning from the Irrigation  Convention, which is to be held at  Penticton, August 17th, 18th and 19th  leave the boat at Kelowna and complete the journey to Vernon by auto-  ���  (Continued on Pag* T*n)   o   Little flirt's Scalp Ton Oft  Hair Gets Entangled in Engir e  of Motor Launch  . ���      ,���. , , Vi���..-    .���-.,��� ,.���,��� ���,  rrcoeerv.      ihoi  stores. Mrs. Wickons nnd a lady Mewl iyitl oanie peacefully en,ugh B the]  Miss Holt went 'on, s|,e���t ,l,|,0 up 'early hours of Monday morning ��nd  Bernard avonuo. Tli'ty h J re eh, il, brought to a close a long struggle  Ethol street and proeeidod Mm little against sickness and pain whioh had  distance north wh'n they decided tobwn borne with infinite courage end  return.    In turning round ono of  -iho  patience and sweet noes  The Penticton baseball olub played  an exhibition game at Vernon vaster  day and were de'eated by a soora of  9 to 2.     Davis pitched for Penticton  and Mclvor for Vernon. The. Vornon  club secured all their runs in thc lnst  three innings, live in the seventh, and  two in tho eighth and ninth.  front wheels of tho vehicle, which was About three years ago she was mar-  la heavy demoornt, bocnmi) looked and | rie-el to Mr. C. C. Chittenden, who  the rig upset, scaring tho team s > though now in business as a druggist  that thoy ran away. Miss Holt man- nnd stationer at Pentioton wns foraged to jump dear, but Mrs. Wiokens' merry of the staff of Willits at Co., of  dress caught in some way and Lhe Kelowna, and is well known and high-  unfortunate lady was drugged for a ly respected in both towns. Thiv  considerable distance before the ' ia have one child, a girl about two  terial gave way and released her. She years old.  was pioked up in an almust unron*-i- Thfl iumval t0))k pI(|C0 TuMI|llVi thl,  oue condition. Dr. Iltiyoko   was   stt'.i- Nervico,    which    was hold'al th.o r.wi-  [mbned   and she was removed to   l��..i (|,,nro h,,^ Btl(nd*d bv a largo uum-  residence of Mr. I). Lloyd-Jen*, where .���,,. ���, HVmpathi..ers and friends of the  she wus found ta hive sustsined    ��e- u,,,.,.;^ (am(|y,  vers injuries about the head, in nddi-    . r  tion to a broken    ifrm, and     seri-)ts|    ��� - -'-'       Q   cuts and bruises.   After lirst aid hadi  been  rendered sho wns takon lo     th;,   '||���, marriage took pl,,ce Wednesday  [hospital where she now lies in, a rath- evenffW last at the Presbyterian manse  er oritioali condition. Miss Holt lor- Kelownj; of William. Maok and Mary"  tutulely c(onp��d wilh a bid jhiMur. jmH) Fruser, loth of Rutland. Th> "  The team was stopjied lurlher dmii ceremony wos performed by the Rev. "  tn* road by Mr. W. D. Harvey. A. Dunn. **  i.   s. ..  ..   s.   as   ..   ss   ..   a.  ������ .,  HON.   MARTIN    BURRELL  PAYS   A   VISIT   TO  KELOWNA  The lion. Martin Burrell, i  . member of tho Dominion cabinet nnd member for tbo  trict spent last Fti lay and Sat  _ urday in town, on an' informal  visit. He waB present Friday  afternoon at tho closing games  of the Tennis Tournament it  which Mrs. Burrell distributed  the prizes. Before leavU ' on  ���Saturday for the ,ooast, Mr.  Burrell visited many point* ol  interest in tha city and dis  trict. It is expected that the  Hon. Gentleman will bain Kolowna agn'u next weok on his  return to his homo in Grand  Forks.  ee es es s. ee ��. ee aa ae ae aa e.  ..I  A  particularly painful  and distressing    accident    happened last  Sunday  evening    to Eileen,    the little eight-  year-old daughter of Mr. Fred     Armstrong, of the Morrison-Thompson Co.  her scalp being almost completely torn  I off  as the result of her hair catching  the flywheel    of the engine   of a  launch in whieh the unfortunate little  girl with her lather and somo friends  was out for a spin on the lake.    The  mild    was wearing a   wrist     watch,  and    wns bending over to look at it  when tho ends of her hair touched thu  engine. She hid been bathing in    eh]  lake earlier in the afternoon and lie  [hair was hanging loose to dry.    I i .o  a Hash the revolving wheel caught thj  ends   of the hair and drew her   h ad  .. 'down to the engine,    lhe quickness of  Mr. Armstrong, who happened to   be  close by, ia making * sudden grab fof  the    hair close   to   the engine    aid  wrenching it loose with a tremendous  pull, undoubtedly saved his little girl's  lifo as she must inevitable have   le n  [drawn in and crushed to death.     As  it was the poor little girl'* scalp wis  torn completely from her head,     except about half an inch of akin     by  which  it    remained    adhered to      h>  [back of her head.  Tho force of    ������hi  father's pull aa  he tore the hair fr-w  [from the engine can be imagined whm  '-��-*********m Waen  right  dis-   "it is' stated that a grease cup  a,,.   >. ... :- .1 ���  was in the way was wrenched     --��������-  'out of its socket, stripping the throad  '���! which held it fast. v '���  '* The boat wa* immediately iu-It d  '* .ashore, at the Aquatic pavilion and a  " doctor telephoned for. No time was  ������ lost In getting the child to the h>s��-  " tat, where the scalp was stitched buck  "into it* place, an operation which re  *' quired nearly 900 stitches to socom-  ���' plish.  *' | Later reports"from thc hospital state  " thnt the child is progressing favorable  "and that there is some hope thai the  " -scalp may be mad* to adhere nil  ���* grow baok into it* place again. PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA RECORD  KELOWNK RECORD  Published *r*qr Thanday at Kelowna,  British Oahima**  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscriptien lata:  I1.H   *sr raw:   71a..  States M ante aeVSUoael.  All aasaarlslKiaa parabU ta adraaoe.  , Ii*   awatks.    Bailed  Advertialnf Bat**:  LODOB N0T1UB8,  FROF1SSIONAL  CARDS.  LAND "AND YiHbII fllrffite!3ol,!fev7.M|5:  M ears. 17.  WATKB NOT1CEB-M fcur live insertions.  LEGAL ADVlRTISUtO-rits*   Insertion.    1}  i pec Haas aaaa sabeequ.nl Insertion. I  ���������awiasaaeal I        ���        -  Household Soicnoe at Oohunbia    College.  The following is a tabulated list of  the entrance and high sohool examinations lor the whole provinoe, which  serves to emphasizo the high position  which Kelowna has attained this year:  ENTBANCE EXAMINATIONS  ato  ���sate      CLASSiniD ADVIBTI8KmtNTS-2 ceo.es par  word Ufa* leeertioa, 1 osnl per word red  sabeeQUoat iaearlioa.  DISPLAY ADVKBTISBMENTS-Two .nob*,  ud owkf, M 0M��l Mr .nek tint insertion  mrt two immm 40 emit \m \m* tint l��  MrtioK: 10 MBti DM incb iach ���uhMuotn.  iaMrttoft.  AU otUWM In wattMt iH.v.ni-.t'm nts uuil  ba io Ut XmrnSUm ol iim printer by TtwwU)  tVwJoi to ensure publltetlon la th* m*  lettw.  KELOWNA'S REMARKABLE  EXAMINATION SUCCESSES  (Contiutd Iron Fan I.)  OTHER KKLOWNA SUCCESSES  DURTNd THE YEAH  Rae Ritchie, paHSos third year Arts,  McUill University.  Jack Kincaid, second year Arts,  Queen's University, Kingston. ���  Clarence .Tones, firisi year Arts, Toronto University.  Olive SwiUer, first year Arts, Manitoba University.  Bruoe Fletcher, Marguerite Ileid md  .lames Carney, Normal School certificates.  Fred Bay, Junior Matriculation (at  Columbia College.)  Lizzie Munson, modal for music and,  Candi  No.  dates pasaeil  Abbottsford        32  10  Agas��i7.        15  3  11     98  2(1  Albert Buy     .-.-..    5  1  Arrowncnd         ��  1  5  Athalmer            4  I  0  Belmont      36  >!  '7  Ml     62  l:,  Clovorelnle      22  7  Cortes Island         5  1  Cronbrook ".       25  15      18  3  Cumberland        43  ���19  Duncan        57  24  Endorbv        20  13  Esquimalt    .........  27  16  Essington         4  0      18  13  Fort George         3  0  Golden       19  0  Grand Forks        28  21  Greenwood             20  it;  Hazolton         4  2  Hedloy        1��  3      54 -  23  Nakusp  .  Nanaimo    Nelson    New Denver  ,  New Westminster ....  North Bend    Oak Bay    Parksville    Peachland    Penticton      Point Grey    Port' Coquitlam     Powell Eiver    Prince .Eupert    Quatsino    Quesnel    Bevelstoko    Bossland    Salmon Arm    Sidney    Simpson    Sooke    Stowart    Summerland    Tolmio    Trail    Vuneouvor    Vancouver North ...  Vancouver  South  ...  Vernon    Victoria    Total     7  .. !M  .. 74  .. i3  .'. ll��  .. 8  .. 18  .. 6  .. 14  .. 29  ..' 57  ,'. 19  .. 5  .. 20  , 3  .. 6  ,. 45  .. 24  .. 34  , 28  . 2  . 4  . 1  . 20  . 25  . 18  80fi  . 7(1  .173  . 49  .392  ���2  !W  50  2  u:  3  )0  2  9  20  50  11  1  7  2  9  37  20  ltf  0  2  1  0  8  5  10  647  54  145  19  299  3124    2063  KELOWNA antl district..  Kitsumgalltini    I.adner    l.ndysmith      Muplo Bielge  '   Massett    Mutsqui   Merritt    Mission   38  3  35  31  28  8  10  15  HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS  Abbotsford      7 3  Agassiz     12 9  Armstrong     43 36  Belmont    14 12  Bridgeport   '   211 19  ChUliwnck     63 61  Clovordalo     11 8  Cranbrook       18 11  Creston     II 10  Cumberland     17 II  Duncan     20 10  Enderby     17 17  Feruio  '   13 10  Golden      5 2  Grand  Forks      21 16  Hedley  ,     4 4  Kamloops     49 31  16  Kolownn        25  21  Lndner      ,14  12  15  3  Maplo Bidgo         6  3  20  12  Merritt         9  7  Mission       21  19  Nanaimo       53  45  Nelson  '.      55  36  New Westminster   .... 140  105  Peachland     5  2  16  12  Point Grey       28  26  Princo Rupert        15  12  tjuesnol         6  4  Bovelstoke   22  20      91  7  TieBSlttY, JULY 38, WM.  '*��� I '.'.ML  Salmon Arm    Sidney    Summerland    Trail    Vancouver    Vancouver North ..  Vancouver  South  Vornon    Victoria    Total    .... 11  .... 5  .... 14  .... 14  :... 802  .... 46  .... 101  .... 25  ...I 327  4  11  11  646  32  101  16  267  2195    1734  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  Annual Summer  Clearance Sale  From Friday. July 10th, until Saturday, July 25th  Sensational Price Reduction for Cash Only  A lot of men wait (or our Salea at thev know our Reductions are genuine. We only have two aalea a year���at the  end of lhe Winter and Summer Season*. When we say there are heaps of Bargains to choose from, you can take  out word for it.   Most of the Summer Goods, all high-class merchandise, have been cut down to cost and less.   All  odd lots at Half cost and leu  In the best society the  luncheon goodies used  the kinds we sell.  are  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.  Big Cash Special for Saturday  Pickles, sweet, sour, 6tc., ike, Reg. 40c and 43c  Saturday, 30c bottle  THESTOREOFi  READ THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS  Men's Two anil Three-Piece Suits  Men's two and.three-piece suits, made by the best  makers in Canada  Values to $12.50 Sale price, $ 6.50  ,.      ���   15.00      10.50  ���      ���   20.00      14.50  ���      ���   25.00      18.50  ..      ���   30.00      22.50  Men's Shoes  These are all solid leather. Some are leather lined.  Up-to-date lasts  Reg. $3.75 and $4 Sale price, $2.80  ���    4.50   ���     5       ���    3.80  ..    5.00   ���    6.50     4.80  ���    7.00   ���    7.50     5.80  All This Season's Men's Straw Hats at Half Price  Men's Soft Collars  20 doz. Stripes, Blues.  Nearly all sizes in stock  Reg. 25c.   Sale, each 5C  Men's Caps  Reg. value, 50c.  Sale price        10c  Men's Linen Hats  Reg. 75c and $1  Sale price       25c  Stetson Hats  Reg. $4 and $4.50  Sale price    $2*85  Men's Balbriggan Underwear, Reg. $4.25 and $1.50; Salt* 96c Suit  Men's, Underwear  In Cream and Cream and Blue  Stripe Balbriggan. Shirts and  Drawers  Reg. 50c and 60c per garment  Sale       25C       .,  Men's Work Skirts  The famous H.B.K. brand  Reg. $1.00 Sale, 65c  ..      1.50  $1.15  ���      1.75 and'$2     ���    1.35  Men's Pants  Tweed and Worsted Pants  Values to $2.50 Sale, $1 JO  3.50     2.35  4.50     3.35  5j00.     4.35  6J50     5.35  Panama Hats -  Ohfrthird Off    | WhiteCanv'sShoea^rg. 3.25-$ 1.50  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  PROFESSIONAL AND   ��  BTJSIffBSS CARDS     *���  BURNS & TEMPLE  oolmtora,  Notaries Public  Conveyancers, etc  . REYN  H.C.ROWLEY F. ._...._Y  A.M.In.t.C.E.,A.M.Cel..Soc.C.E.        B.C.I  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Lead Surceuort  Water Supply, IrriaUioo. Subdivisions, fee  3, Crowley block  P.O. Box 2611  Phon. I3l|  MELOWNA,  B.C  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KCLOWNA  B.C,  WEDDELL & QR1BBLE  BARMSTBR, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  ���, Wllllt'e Block  ���   Xstotroa, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect'  Htwetaon Block. Kalowna   .   'Phon. 206  P.O. Boa. 309  C. Hat*** IA. So.. CE, D.L9- B.C.LS..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  QVIL ENGINEER and  LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowaa,   B.G  �������. PO. Bac 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOP BOYD  Otfuattaad Chokmeeter of Knes.Causal.  Kalowna, will Not Retake Pupila uatil  Me retain horn tin Old Country la Seat.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  MMH COUJMM LAND  ���       HJrWlYOfc  CMLINCBtna  P.O. BOX 137     - KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  MCwi.Sae.CE.  j Clell and Hydraulic  'SnalfleWf  B.C. Land Sumner  KEL0WNA,S.C.  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  BKITIBT  f. O. Beat IM   m 'fkaMSSl  Comer Peneori Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  gives lattons in fl^^^ata  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN sad ORGAN]  ���bo  French Lessons  Convereetionel or  STUDIO-MotTiwn.Tlio��peoii Block  JOHN CURTS  COKTRACTOR k BUILMK  Plans and Specifications Prepared,  and estimates fiven for public Build|  ktgSsTown and Country Residen  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA]  PHONE Na.99  8. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Grae.rt.MrfaiUas.wMu)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE]  Mmsan bmw ke left st the oAce  Meeera. R��neabuiy h WiUUh.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.0J  (Aesaciel. Heeal Castsp. W Oteaniat.  Lsaisa.Taefcsti  Orgsaiet ol St. Michael & AU Aniel.1  Charch, receive* Paplle (or  Orqsn, Plsnoforte, Violin, Sinning!  Theoru, lie.  ���I hie own or pupils' reeidence. -  toeaiUsea  P.O. Baa 641. TeUphoae 12  Addre*. Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR:  MCE WAH LUNG CO.  CUaUM MsMksMto MS* Eipltflll Ostci  mmmmumwimTr mmm ���HtHHai  '^rmmTmXXT       ^1  nH tmmwmwmmmm mtmr* THURS��A��,'rttT23, ml  KELOWNA  RECORD  ,  !  !  ���^^������^tm.msmm---r*  Sale that Rings True to It's Principles.  Merchandise, and It's Values  THIS SALE is bringing to clearance many thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise maiked at wonderfully low  prices.   Every shelf and every corner is being depleted of oddments and broken lots, reinforced with lines of  seasonable merchandise, all being given a short shift to quick clearance with prices seldom or never as low for  goods of equally fine quality.   As we have remarked before, low prices are not everything unless quality goes With  them.   On this score, it is well to know, then, that this is a sale that rings true as a bell.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S PRINCIPLES���serving it's customers wilh finest merchandise at prices that are only of  half-yearly occurence here or elsewhere.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S MERCHANDISE -in that only goods of finest qualities are concerned here. 'Sale Goods,'  as the trade knows the term, gain no entrance to these fine stocks.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S VALUES���in cases where comparative pricea are quoted, values are not merely as good as  they are represented to be, but often pleasantly surprising in being even better. And lhe teim ' Sale Special' mark,  in every instance equally attractive savings.  Thia Mdutn nsr Sile is presenting these days a wide variety of worthy offerings as distinquished for quality as  for remarkable price concessions.   Be sure you make the mcst of them as they are passing.  Gents' Furnishings  va.vg*E  MEN'S PANAMAS  $6.60 lor  i  |4.75  $7.60 for   $5.50  $8.50 for  I5.US  t��.00 for   $6.;5  tlO.OO for   S7.no  112.00 for       $8.05  $15.00 for  U0:��5  $20.00 for ,.-    $12.00  MEN'S BOATER STRAW BATS  $2.76 for  .:.   $1.05  $3.00 lor  $2.25  $3.50 for  :..-. .a...  $2.60  $4.00 for        $2.95  MEN'S ODD PANTS  Light Color,   Summer Weight Tweeds.  $3.00 .to $4.00 for ......     $1.95  MEN'S SILK SHIRTS, PONGEE,  WHITE AND STRIPE  $3.25 for     $2.85  $3v75 for  .". lit,'] ... $2.75  $4.25 for  ,��.*��  $4.76 for       *  ...'#3.30  $5.00 tor  ' $3.76  Men's Summer Un*  derwear (Special)  Dark Grey, Elastic rib, Light Weight.  Regular 50c. garment. Sale Price   25c.  Men's .fancy   and   Embroidered I.'nle  Sox. Regular 50o to 85c, 3 pair $1.00  Men's Silk Pyjamas and Night Shirts.  Regular $5.00 for   $3.''5  Regular $6.00 for   ... ��.50  ,   a  Men's' Fancy Cotton Sox. Regular 35c.  3 pairs for   '.. 'Mo.  o0oooopooo0  Men's Cloth    Summer   Hats,    75c. to  $1.60 for  '.  50c  Men's Odd Straw Hats    up to    $1.75  for:; ; 25c.  Men's Odd Straw   Hats up to   ��I.IK)  for .7    $1.00  Men's Felt Tennis Hats, $1.00 for 50c.  Men's White Felt Fedora $2.75 for $1.00  Men's Brown Working Straws   5c.  Bo|s Odd Ljnen Coats $2.0(1 for $l"*W  Hoy's Khaki- two-piece suits $2.75  for     $1.50  Ready-to-Wear  PANAMA HATS  Ladies' Panama    Hals, Latest  1914  I T  Men'* Two-Piece  Summer Suits  $12.00 for  ���.  $ 8.50  $16.60 for    I  $11.05  $18.00 for  ... ���  $13.50  S20.P0 for     $14.95  $22.50 for   $16.50  Min's Cream Flannel Pants.  $4.00 for      KtyuUr  ..'. $2.95  Men's Summer Underwear. Fino Mash,  Short- Sleeves and Knee Length. Odd  ���ires. Regular 05p for  �� Mo.  Mot's Lustra  for    $8.76 for ,   Coats.  Regular $l.i5    91.00      $2.46  8 nown jion'a ��� "Slip EBsy" Braces.  Assorted colors and' weights. Bagul.r  50o. for .,:... ...'..     ����� *�����  i~ ��� , ���    ��� ��� '-f ��� '/���  -"i. I*       "  10 down Men's Belts, s^zes 30 to 38  to clear at  ......... ..".��,... 5o, eaoh  Matty, other apeciaUi will appear on,  our cpmttsr. through the sale.',  :  '',i'ii   r-'-    :"���*  "���  **  styles. Very special values in hat scarfs  $2;00    and     $1.00   values   to   snuff  at $1.25 ��nd 66c  $12.00 values, duly Sale  $9.00  $10.00 values, duly Sale  0$7.50  88.50 values.-.lujy Sale- $6.51)  $7.50 values. Mujy Sale  $5.75  $6.00 values. July Sale     ... $4.50  Come aad  See our  Remnant  Table  Half offall Mines and  Children's Colored  Dresses  24 DOZEN DRESSED TO BK KNIFED  288 CHILDREN MADE HAPPV  Theso arc all new, crisp goods, all  colors and assortments of combination  colors, nges (rom Wee Tot li years to  . Juniors 13, 15, and 17 years. All must  ' go while they last at one-half the original prioe.  EVERY DRESS AND SUIT IN THE  ,.     LADIES' DEPARTMENT MUST  CLEAR AT HALF PRICE  They are incomplete In aises, but the  good, olasoy    styles of sally summer  are still here. The spaoe thay now occupy is becoming needed for fall goods,  now arriving.  'I hone are all new spring  and summer goods, fresh and dainty.  Mualins, Crepe, Ratine, Gingham, Pi  que,. Serge Huitaf Knit summer suits,  in stripes.   Tweeds,    Gabardines, eto.  These will ba slashed to one-half their  former good value.  sa��aa,eaa��a��a������aaaaa��aass��s��s��eae��������ass����es��aasss��  Woaun's and Misses' Linen and Lustre  Motor Coats $6.50   >o $12.00 value*  tor .- ;....  $3.50 each  We , won't .have    these in   stock long  surely. -  ,    i ii i.iseei   I I    ii      is. us   i m  CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS HATS  $2.00 values, July Sale  $l.W  $1.60 Haines, July Sale   $1.30  $1.26 rallies, July Sale   $1.00  $1.00 values, July Sale     75c.  85c. values, July Sale     65c.  75c. values, July Sale,  5.V.  50c. values, July Sale   40c.  Kiddie* Bonnets, all Muslin, Allover  and Lace Bonnets up to $1.50 for 35c.  eaoh.  Boys' With finite  Hoys' White Man of War, short    and  long    trousers.    Trimmed    Navy and  Royal $2.25.  July Sale  $1.70  Galetea Buster Salt* real good    nnd  staple fast colors. Regular $1.25     to  $2.25, July Sal*  ,.'.;... 75c.  Hoys good style odd Blouse* 75c.    to  $1.25 go at .��� _..,.. ���ii.. ate.  ���      i.j." ���     ..'  i  I'\  SEE oVfi BLOUSE TABLES  You will miss something if you don't  see our special Blouse Tables.  $2.50 to #1.50 values, July Sale $1.00  $3.50 to $5.60 vamns, July Sale $2.'*>  Every other Blouse in proportion  Remnants! lUmnants!  As is usual at. the end; of a season's  business there is alway* some odds  and ends whioh must go to- this department. Ginghams, Prints, Cham-  brays, MusKns, Ratines, Crept*, Curtain Materials, GaMeaa, Ducka, To*-  clings, Embroideries, Laces sad hundreds of other*.  WUftr Wot tfal kMs  HtftMfV M  ���sat  : +  Wl'      '    . 1-    '^Ctl-      '      '    ^ ���      1:. v'''^JUi*ss ��u4 C hlldren'ii. Brpwij Canva*  Boot and Shoe Specials '^2&m$s*Sm  Marathon Shoes   for Children   MW.!;  and $2.00 all go at   $1.50  Women's'Wh'.tc Puck Butt Clas-io. Regular $6.60 to dear at  $3.15  Women's Tan Butt Oxfords,   Empress ���  and Bells, $4.50, $5.00 and $5.60 line*  must go at   $2.75  r \i.  Very many seimonabla lint* of canvas goods   and   light Oxford line* which  are n.jw broken in size* will be tabled at ridiculous prices.    Inoluded will lie  "all broken lines of Empire, Claseio T b T. Bells,   Children's Classic,   Sure  Foot,  Buckskins,   Kmbckay's  Canvas, Mule Solo    and many more will   be  knifed foe. good fast selling:'  Women's Tan Bluchers, Summor PaluoeShoa, Roguliir $1.50 t�� clear at   $2.50  and Get Under  '���'���Hsms ol our Sunshade*, the line now  *"**�� 'souowiiat broken, but what ar*  ^iejt>r^'*pcsJ,   slightly dudes.     Any  colored shade in stock, regardless    n!  coat to bs cleared at  ... $1.00 eaoh  H you need one "COME EARLY."  WOMEN'S ODD' UNDERSKIRTS  Regular values $1.00 to $3.75.     Will  they go at one price?   50o etoh  , PBrtlCBSS SLIPS  $6.00 values, July Sal*   $4.00 values, July Sale    $$.50 values, My Sale  $3.00 values, July Sale  $2.50 values, July Sale  $2.00 values, J��|y Sale   i   hi   if ait a ���    $3 35  ...... $3.66  ..���. W.S5  ...... ���$.�����  ...... $1*5  ......'$*36  COMBINATIONS-DBAWERS AND  COKSs**��lVwt8  $6.0$ values, Jaly Sal*  $S.S6  ��.��0_��ala*s, July -8ale   $2.35  M.W values, July Sulo  12.00  $2.10 vaVass, July Sals  $1.65  $2.rJ0 yaHm. '*sV-,SaW'  ��!.$��,  $1.00 V**^;i>|y084i,' '   Ifc,  85o, value*, .Taly Sal*. ...v  66c.  75c. value* Jaly Sals j*.  Mo.  An assortment of oaM'���*����(**, Open  and Closed. Sisss 83 to'����� waists,  from 50c. to $1.50 to, clear at .. 15*.  I ���  : -. ii^q <):  -���      L-  ���^k.j.^r PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1214.  ' ;���'*  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acres  or more. Planted or implanted. Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  Suitable (or dairy and general (arming.  City Property  Lois, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulars apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at tbe Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274 PHONE J  "���~ THE RANCH  Blackemithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oata cruahed.    Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apple*, 6tc, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.      Phone 5; 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 Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn .^prayers and Sprinklers  Lawp Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  pho��. 44   Hardware Co., Ltd,  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  O.K. 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  i -  ��� ���"���'"���'      '   i ii   . i  Si ' , .    \    '    >���"������   t ���  of high-grade quality and in splend *J condition,    i  A'cemokte line of  ti/JB  |   -DOORS AND WINDOWS  I      LATH AND SHINGLES  >w.) i"  a**j  1  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  1                       ���  Mr. W. Burnside left  Tuesday.  for Pentioton  Mrs. A. W. Lee of    Vanoouver     is  visiting her sister, Mrs. W. D. Brent.  e   ���   e  Mrs. Morrison und family desire to  thank their many frionds lor thoir kind  sympathy in their recent Kereavomcnl.  .   .   .  Chief Fraser, of the district provincial notice came down to Kelowna tnis  week on a visit of inspection,  see'  lhe usual t'liuroh ol England service  will 1m held at the old Rutland sohool  house next Sunday at 3 o'olock.  see  Mis. Goo. P. Mathieson of Winnipeg  is nt  present  visiting Dr. and     Mis.  MathieBon.  .   ���   .  Mr. anil Mrs. A. !���'. Rock of Vancouver left on Monday after a snort \'-.M  here with Dr. and Mrs. Mathieson.  ���   *   e  The city band will give the usual  Concert in thc park tomorrow evening,  N. Bornholdt, conducting.  e    ��   * ���-*  Mrs. .1. II. Ferguson received the svl  news ol thc death of her mother. Mm,  Mrs. Warmoth aad daughter of California arrived in the oity thi* meek  on a visit to her brother, Mr. W. II.  Rice, whom she has not seen for. '.'A  years.   They expect to stay a couple  ot months.  ���   a   e  Will the students who have (lasted  the high school entrance examinations  and who intend coming to high school  this year (or the first time, kindly  send their names to Mr. Leslie V.  lingers, principal of high school before  August 1st, in order that a   sufficient:  number ol books may be ordered?  .   .   .  Mr. Thornton, the government fruit  bottling expert who conducted operations in Stockwoll's auction rooms  last year has been in town during  the last few days leaving Wednesday  morning, lie wi.s accompanied on a  trip around the district by Mr. A. \V.  Dospard who is arranging an exhibit  for tho Panama exposition next year.  a   e   e  A lawn social will be held at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Keid ou  Thursday evening, July 30th by tit  young people of Benvoulin. Admission  Adults, 25 cents, Children 10 Cuats.  Tea and sandwiches served free.     Jeo-  It. 11. Conquest, of Palmorston, Ont. cream, lemonade etc., extra. A hv.M.1-  Mrs. Conquest passed awav on Sunday,���1 rr��gr��"> will be rendered oegin-  July    12 and   her sudden death wns ��ing ��t 8 o'olock. Proceeds in aid    ol  caused from heart failure.  e   e   e  Capt. Knight left by Tuesday morning's boat for Winnipeg to visit l.s  son also to attend thc supreme. convention of the K. of P.'s of Canada  and the United States whieh meets  there next month.     .  e   e   s  For lists of fruit shippers and shipping dates for the current season, a*  compiled by the Horticultural Branch  of the Department af Agriculture, apply to tho secretary of the Farmers'  Institute.  Manse    Building  welcome.  Fund.      Everybody  Mrs.  ,1.  ing   for i  11.  Knowles left this morn-  isit of two, months to  friends in Washington. Mrs, Knowles'  mother, Mrs. McKinley, from Hants-  port, N.S., arrived Tuosday and will  stay here during Mrs. Knowles' absence.  a   a   a  Chief Clarke, of the Vernon pa.!*  waa in Kelowna this week returning  ���Wednesday with a man named Love-  day in charge, who had been arrested  in Kelowna for decamping from Vornon without paying his board bill.  Iho arrest was made by Provincial  Constable MncDonald.  a   a   a  Last Thursday afternoon Miss Iron.:  Huntley, who came up from Penticton  with the Sunday school picnic swam  across the lake from Westbank to  Kelowna. This is the firat time iho  feat has been accomplished by a woman.  a   a   a      .  -S , .r  A useful publication which has just  been issued is ihe "Canadian Farm  Year Book" for 1914, which forms a  oompleto reference library and hand  book for tho farmer and stookmun. A  copy has been received by the secretary of tho Farmers' Institute, and  may be consulted by any ono Interested. :  :  \ I  A Summer School in tho interesta of  Epworth League and Sunday schooU  of the Methodist church is being held  In the park. From that school spvuk-  itr will deliver addresses in the Methodist church on Sabbath, Rev. W. V,  West man, woatern secretary of Sunday  schools and Epworth League speaking  in the morning and ltev. Hugh Uobson  western secretary of Social Serv;co  speaking in the evening.  ���   ���  ���  Jas. Kent, manager of the C.P.R  tolegraphs, Montreal, <). HcMi'lan,  general superintendent, Winnipeg anl  J. F. Richardson, general superintend*  ant at Vancouver were down this weok  on a tour of inspection of the new  telebraph line down the lake. ' They  called in at Kelowna and expressed  themselves as hignly pleated with the  business hand at the new office hero.  False Economy of  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight is too precious to trifle with.  When buying spectacles buy a good  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more than the  commoner kinds, but the difference  in comfort is worth many times the  difference in price.  &��-��..  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  MAY BE CHOSEN AS MEKBEB OF DAVIS GUP TEAM  R. Norris Williams, the crack tennis player, whose chief attribute, some  on* has remarked, is thnt ho does not come from California, in action on  th* courts at Seabright, N. J., 'where the candidates for th* American team  to defend th* Davis cup are Umbering up. Williams is on* of the best  players in th* singles in the Statu and was a member of last year's team.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  WTimV*Skl*\&t\mOfi2ti/t&ftmGtmYXXm&M0t3mQfSmim  SVfVtV.tVf.vfVfWfW*V*VSV!eV* *  Good Things to Eat  at Money-Saoing Prices at Campbell's  ��wceffer)/ ^\       days, its. good for you.  ^^^^\   I *���* An* **"*������  ��- - L I J      Yellow Transparent Apples���  kV   7 ^y Good eater* 6t cookers  8'lbs.sfof ! 25c  English   cooking   Cherries���  Morellos 4 lba 25c  V    TTV      Y\ \f Sweet juicy Peaches.,8 lba 25e  5L*(l/\R.J�� ^/ Luaciou*ripeApricola81bs25c  Smooth   ripe   red   tomatoes  4 lbs 25e  Vegetable Marrows,  each I0cto25c  Cool Cucumbers, each  5 c  Green Com, per doz 20c  New Potatoes, 10 Ib* 25c  Freah Cabbage, freah Lettuce, Onions (dry or, green), Carrots,  Beet Root, ex.  PURE CANE SUGAR  is tt necessary ingredient in all preserved fruits or jam*.   We  carry only the beat grade.    Extra standard granulated���  ItJO-lb sack..... 16.50     20.1b sack tMO  Leas Fit* par cant, lor caah  5-lb carton Granufade Sugar.    A aafe sanitary package 35c  Ice Sugar, Bar Sugar, Loaf Sugar.....,,..., 2 lbs 25c  Improved Gem Economy Sealers  Pintall.25   Quarteal.50   ��.|ele��l.75     Pinle$l.40   Quarts* 1.65   i-f*U��2.IS  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh!  Phone Three Oh!  TRY SUNBEAM TEA ITS GOOD,    I  I '    ' I ' II. Is     llll I 't  ��������� '   ���> ;''  ',#{**'*������ *���'.���'.    'i* '    y '  VV%��%*^*��^a*^^^**NAa*V,S**WN*^^������^'  Avenue.  >B3S*  ���3 All our cow* have been  tested by Dr. Ilsley, gov-  erament veterinary inspector, and certified free from  bovine tuberculosis.      .,  -|_iyVTlf*ij"a"H*-* * *���"��� ��*1����'"'-"*'"* ��� THUB8DAY, JULY 28, ��U.  KELOWNA  RECORD  Mttfltl  MB  RICHMOND  MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE  NOW ON. BARGAINS for EVERYBODY  A GENERAL CLEAN-UP OF ALL SUMMER GOODS  Many line of Sea onable Merchandi e at Half Price and Le s.    Don't let this opportunity pass you.   Buy your Clothing.  Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at Most Senational Price Cutting  Read a Few Price Examples  And Come Early  Some Men's Furnishings  Men'* Heather Mined Son.   Reg. 35c and   40c pair  Sale price 25c  Men'* black or tan, good quality cotton, 3 pairs 25c  Men'* Silk Wool, Reg. 75c and $1 50c  Men'a Fine Lisle, Reg. 35c and 50c 25c  Men V Good Working Shirts  Regit.  Reg."  Reg.  Reg. 11.50.  ~ g. $2.00.  75c  11.15  M.50  Men's Odd Pants  Reg.$3  Sale price 11.95  Reg. $4   $2.95  Reg. $5   $3.95  In English Tweeds aad Wonted*, Reg. $6      $4.50  Men's Clothing  /  Reg. $15 and $16 suits in English Tweeds $9.95  Reg. $20 Suits, in well tailored Tweeds & Worsteds $ 12.50  Reg. $22.50 and $25  $15.00  Reg. $30 Suite          $19.50  All of the above suit* are well tailored and perfect filter*  Boots and Shoes   .  Men'* leather lined boots, Reg. $3.50 and $4...Sale $2.75  Men'* 'Walk-Over' boots, in all the best lasts, Reg.  $6.50   Sale$4.95  Reg. $7 $5.50  Ladies' Footwear  Ladies' Slipper*, Boot* and Shoe* in great variety at big  reductions  Sandals and Slippers  for lbs little one* st one-third off.  Wonderful Values in Cotton  Dress Materials  700 yard* Cotton Dress Goods, including Dimities,  Organdies, Gingham*, Fancy Vesting*, Cotton Crepe*.  Reg. 20c. 25c, 30c value* Sale price 6 yds $1  No Goods Sent on Approval  We sell for CASH only-and we sell for Us*.  Come  >>  to a  Real  Cut Price  Straw & Summer  Hats, all at  Half-Price  Read a Few Price Examples  And Come Early  25 pe. cent or one-quarter off all  Woollen Dress Goods and Silks  5 doz. Children's Rompers  Made of Galatea Grass Linen, Drill, &c.    Reg. 65c and  75c Sale 45c  Wash Dresses  33 and one-third p.c. off all Ladies, Misses'and Children's Cotton and Linen Dresses.  25 per cent, off Ladies' Blouses  Reg. $3.25   Reg. $2.75 .  Reg. $2.25  Reg. $1.35.  .Sale price $2.45   $2.10   $1.70   $1.00  20 per cent, off all Sheetings, &c.  20 p.c. off all Sheeting*, Pillow Cottons, Table Linen*.  Napkin*, Towel*, Towelling, &c., <te.  Now if you want a Good Bargain  in Skirts���  115 Ladies' Dies* Skirt*. Take your choice al Half-Price  Boys' Wash Suits  Made of English Drill*, Galatea*, Duck*, he.    Regularly  ���old at $1.50......  Sale price 95c  SPECIAL  Two doz. Ladlss' Satin Skirta.   All colors.   Reg. $3.50.  For quick sale Only $1.75  25 per cent. Off all���  Lace*. Embroideries and Ribbon*.  20 per cent. Off all���  Ladjea' Whit* Cotton Underwear.  Hundreds of articles on sale  not mentioned in this advertisement  at remarkably low price* ta clear quickly.  ssssssBsssaBaa  m  .Richmond's Cash Store for Big   ^  Kelowna  -  B.C.    lues '.VGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  Annual  Summer Sale  of Mens Wear  Hick'i tales are genuine  there*! no doubt about  that���but its something  more than a strictly sum-  mer sale, too. Although  the main object ii to clear  seasonable lines, in order  to make the sale a success some reduction it  made on every article  possible    in   the    store  Here are a few prices,  for instance, on  Man's Suits  Reg,$12.50; Sale price? 8.50  ���    1300          ��� 9.50  ���    18.50          ��� 13.50  ���   20.00          ,, 14.50  M   23.00          ,, 15.00  ���   25.00         ��� 20.00  ���    30.00         ,, 24.00  You can reduce your'  clothing   expenses   by  Luyii g NOW  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Cash Clothing Store  WILLITS' BLOCK       KELOWNA  Wilson  Avenue  Dairy  D. MIDDLETON  Proprietor  <J All our cows have been  tested by Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and certified free from  bovine tuberculosis-        35  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furniahed on all inscriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooma,  W.C., hot water, 8tc.  P.O. Box 185  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  First-Class Seivice.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 tickets for $1.  V. Leo. Manager.   J. N.Sandera, Prop.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricke -       -       -   $2.75 per rick  5 ricks or upwards- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slab* (cut stove length)  Per rick     ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $11 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.       Phone 307  Houses to Rent  7-roomed house on St. Paul street, all  modern ooavsniencea. Bent $30.00  per month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter street,  eleotrio light and oity water. Rent  120.00 per month.  t roomed koase, "Woodlawn, good ger  den. R4B��1Mr.��0 per month.  4-roomed house, good location. Bent  ���19.00 per month.  Oka  nlc Investment  ANGLICAN  St Michael and All Angel*' Church.  Holy Communion, lirst and third Sunday* ia tha  month at 8 a.m.; second and fourth Sunday*, ailai  Morning Prayar. # '  Litany on the Brat and third Sunday*.  Morning Prayci at II   o'clock;   Evening Pfa>��f al  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mlaaion.  First and third Sunday in month, Matini and Litany  at 11 a.m. *  Second Sunday, Holy Communion at S a.m.  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A,. Raotor.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Morning Service* at II a.m.; evening servioMat 7:30  p.m.   Sunday Sohool at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at I p.m  Rev. A. DUNN. B.D.. Paitor  BENVODUN PRESBYTERIAN  BETHEL" CHURCH!  Service 7.30 p.m.   Sunday School 2 30p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W. T. BEATTIE, Paitor  METHODIST  Kalowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m,  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday at 8 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, LHis St.  Sabbath Services at tl a.m. and 7.30 P.m.  abbath School at 9.30 n,tn.      All welcome  Wed. 7.30. p.m." Rev. D. J.Welsh, Pastor.  ����  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY-THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PROCESS KNOWN To THE WORLD  THE "ACn BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK -  MANUFAClURtD IN WEStERf CANADA  By THtClEtAHD-DlBrUtiMeC6!''  lflpFLOOB WORLD  IUDC.'  WAMCOWVW'1A:*t5*%'       .-  aOBNTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD \  H*\*mf?  ^smmmmmmsmfm^^esm^s^^  In Hot Weather  ICE CREAM  makes an ideal dessert  with your dinner. We  can sell you a  Small brick, enough for 8.,40c  ,.     pail,       ���       ���   4..25c  Large brick ,, ,, 16..80c  ���     pail        ���       ,, 10.50c  Pint pails 35c  Quart pails 70c  just give us a phone  call, about 20 or 30  minutes before you  want it, and we will  ' have it delivered (or  you, or drop in on your  way home for a pail  or a brick.  For the best go to  Alsgard's  PHONE 110  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves WestbasJt 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone No. 108  G. H. E. HUDSON  r" m  Landscape and  Portrait-  Photographer  Largest Studifte In tha Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowaa  ' mtm^mm*m4amtfaMm+u*mamma*Mm^ajsa^  News From Far and Near  The largest almond shelling pant  ini the United States is planned     lor  Sacramento. Calif.  ��� ���' ���  Nearlt 1000 varieties of rice have  been* identified in the Philippines by  Government scientists.  Ah entirely new and apparently ni'ii  fill ' field     has been    discovered     in  Ii  Bunm.ili.  ��   ���- ���  A revolving plow has been patented  In which a gasoline motor drives llw  cut tin r, wheel.  ��� ���  ���  Chief of Police    Roche of Penticton  has  tendered  Ins  resignation  to     *>�����'  council to take effect on August 15th.  ���   ���  ���  A French aviator has placed a  noumutic buffer in front of the seat  of his aeroplane to lessen the shook  k mid he strike the ground heavily.  ��� ��  *  The amalgamation is announced    oi  two    historic    British   banking  firms,  fbutts & Company, founded in   1602,  and    Kobarls Lubbock    & Com pa .y,  oundrd in 1770.  ��  ���  ���  The United States House of JJepro-  .<mtaiives has refused to make a  Jiatit  of ��25,000. to he    used lo Mile-  ���Jjritinr the century of peace betwe.'.i  Britain and the United States*  ��   ���   ��  A n>w contract has just been awarded to lhe Peter T.yall Construction Co.  of-Montreal for Ottawa's new customs  hbuae for $1,713,000, and the work will  be. gone ahead with at once.  ��� ���  ���  M. Marconi has stated that before  he end of this year he expects to lo  alle to telephone from Carnarvon io  New York. He also expects to n-  crease the speed of the wireless telegraph to 300 words per minute.  ��� ��   ���  A daring robbery was committed at  Walhachin last week when jewels to  tho value of 95000 were stolen, tho  burglars making off with their booty  in broad day light.  ��� ���   *  A militant suffragette slashed with  a .butchers' cleaver the portrait of  'Ihomas Carlyle, the Scottish historian  painted by Sir. ThomaB Millais and  hanging in the National Portrait gallery.  ��� ���   ���  British battleships of a new type  .ill be armed chiefly with rapid .ire  ens that can be used against aircraft and will have less draft than  usual to present a"s small a target  as possible for submarines.  ��� *   *  Prince Arthur of Connaught last  Friday laid the foundation stone of  he magnificent offices of the agent-  generul for the province of British Civ  liinbia,  which are to be erected     in  ] ondon.  ��� ��   ���  Leaving Ottawa, July 23rd on a  leisurely progress west the Duke of  Conn aught' and his entourage will  make a long stay at Banff, and arrive at Vancouver August 17th, and  Victoria, the   extreme    point of    his  tour, August 20th.  ��� ��   ���  Fire wiped out Hirst, Ont., at ' the  . I unction of the AlgoW Central with  the Transcontinental and between 400  und 500 people were rendered home-  l>ss. The only buildings left standing  were ihe Transcontinental roundhouse  and the two stores.  ��� ���   ���  Fifty men aro now at w0rk on the  ompletion of the automobile road  to the summit of Mount lievelstoko  in the national park. The work is  starting at the upper end of the completed portion of the road and ten  miles will be completed this -auminor at  an estimated cost of 927,000.  ���  ��  ���  There are many mothers who do uai  realize that unripe apples and pears  are poisonous. Little children ale allowed to gather these in their .yw.i  gardens of in those around vacant  houses, and it is small wonder if the  consequences are sometimes fatal.  ��� ���    ft *m  A. H. Mack, Dominion Fruit Inspector, who has been in Vancouver lor  the last sixteen months, and who was  formerly manager of the Penticton  fruit union, has accepted lhe appointment a* chief inspector' of the three  prairie provinces, with headquarters  ai Winnipeg.  ��� * ���  Celebration of the hundred years of  peace was the feature of the meeting  last Thursday of the Grand Lodge of  Canada A.F. k A.M., at Niagara FuUs  and the seating capacity of the vera-,  which horde over 1,900 was taxed to  its limit. The Grand Master, W. W.  Mcpherson, referred to the importance  of tbe occasion and the pleasure everyone'felt ia ��<  TfiURSfilY, JULY 33, 1��U.  f.Hierul Huerta and his former War.  M'ni-ter banquet, with their famiiits  and a n mber of servants have, arrived at Puerto, Mexico, ami na\e  taken shelter aboard the British iruU  er Bristol which will probably . iuVo  them to Europe shortly. His suc-  ctssor in office, Honor Carbajal will  remain in office until the arrival of  fioncral Caranza.  ��� ���  ���  Struck by lightning, laid away and  covered up as dead until the storm  should end so burial could be made,  Oscar Koscnquist, a boy, member of  a camping party, the guests of Mrs.  I��� C. Kngle, near Martha Lake, Wash.  gave the party a second shock by  creeping around to their tent 'Jwenty  .minutes after the electrical storm  broke. It is .believed the severe  drenching revived him.  �� �� ���  The matrimonial differences of the  Duke and Duchess of Westminster, con-'  ocming which all sorts of strange rumors have been floating around for  tunny months have culminated  in      \  ilegal arrangement. Negotiations had  bean proceeding for a considerable  time towards the end, with the assistance of several of the most eminent  English lawyers. The result is a 'Iced  of separation whereby the parties  agree permanently to live apart.    .  ...  I The United States ia ullowjng its Indian population to lay aside ��� tribal  rule and to become citizens. In 11HH  citizenship waa conferred upon the  memljere of what were known as "'the  live tribes" and when Okanagan was  admitted to tho union in 1907 ;li3E.i  Indians took a priminent part in organizing the state. Another tribe, the  Cherokees has now been added1 to tills  I list, (he affairs of the tribe having  .been wound up a few weeks ago, preparatory to the members taking upon  themselves the right of citizenship.  ��� a   *  Proposed legislation affecting the on-.  I try of Hindoos mto the United States  is before the House committee on immigration for consideration. Efforts  have been made several times recently  for a meeting of the committee without success because of % lack of a quo-  . rum. Among the bills before, the committee is one by 'Representative Church  of California to exclude Hindoos .ind  others. - It is designated ns a compromise to meet western opposition to  I tbe influx of Japanese, Chinese, Hindoos and other Asiatics.  That the Canadian Pacific Railway  has set aside the eum of 810,000 for  the furthering of education im western  Canada, and particularly in the irrigation blook under its control is the  announcement made from the department of natural resources. Thia mowy  is being advanced to lhe different rural districts through the company ir  rigation tract, that are finding trouble  in supporting their schools. ' In many  of tne districts, where it ia absolutely  necessary to have schools, tbe oountry  is so sparsely populated that it becomes necessary to get outside aid.  The company, in doing this, will lend  the money in communities where it ������  badly needed.  a   a   a  Tho trust deed providing' for lhe  guarantee of tbe bonds of the Canadian Northern to the extent bi Ho,-  000,000 was ratified by the cabinet  last Thursday evening and signed by  the government. The National T rust  Company of Toronto and Use Brici  Umpire Trust Company of London,  l'n,'luml, were appointed trustees. In  addition, the agreement between ihj  Canadian Northern Railway Company  and the cubeidiary companies with tho  government were signed, and forty  million dollars of the stock, which  comprises two-fifths of the Capitalization under the new arrangement, *v,ig  assigned the government and low  rest, in the treasury of the Dominion  of Canada.  a   a   a  George Carpentier, tbe young French  champion and tbe only pugilist of  premier rank France has ever contributed to the game, was awarded the  decision over Gunboat Smith, ihe  American fighter, on a foul in the 0th  round o' the fattest heavyweight fight  Londoner* have wen in many yjan.  The match, between the two heavyweights was fought at Olympia nn.i  wai scheduled to go twenty rounds.  To Smith and his supporters the fin-  ' ish was a tragedy, because the blow  ;for which the American was disquat^  fied, was neither studied nor intentional. It was launohed in the liejt  of the whirlwind fighting when the  Frenchman bad slipped to bis Unees  and tbe spectators law the gaunt sr.il-  or reel and attempt -to draw wk  almost at his arm Hew out.  A decided economy in fuel consumption t��  effected by using nickeded stee! in  tfOaryS  %n$e  oven. It attracts and holds the  heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer.. u  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED  Next door to Tait's  Shoe  Store   -  . Bernard Avenue  11/ _ _ J | Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  W   w    ^mW^ml^mm ��� Guaranteed drv wood ready (or 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 the Okanagan Loan 8r Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  ({  Milk From Healthy Cows  O ir cows have all been tested daring the past week by  Dr. Haley, government veterinary inspector, and have  ben certified FREE FROM BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  THE A.LL DAIRY A. Lance   -   Prop.  Our Dairy and Afternoon Tea Room it now open  on Pendoii Street, (or tale o( Teas, email fruits ana cream  Two Deliveries Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendoii Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, M07  Phone 297  P.O. Box 191  j. A. MORRISON & CO.  PLUMBERS  REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES  at the rear of Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  (Entrance through the store)  COUPON "N-M."  Please tend me your Book.  Name. ,   ����r>  ^  FiUa  ssdM.il  (kit Coupon  NOW. Don't  pot it off usual  Are YOU Gotting a Profit From  Every Square Inch of Floor Ipace?  T-HIS Book will tall you boa far th* Ntallsr. wksls-  *���  bow you con desMs ssls ���nkini mi mm\im  your  availabl* floor  sssss mm.   h assy sssvs worth  without addirif to your pis- IwodraaWttlsnts YOU.  ���nt btjiUing.   It will thaw h it fatwM W   -���r-'--  you  how  to   mak*   svsry for tk* <vid*awak* bwiMM  tows isch of floor spsss sssa whs earns to JMsssM  pay a pros*.   It roan-ait * - kit .Oiiwy.   Wtll (U��Lr  ' wsahh ol vakuMr kfsnw mml it frs* fcasft-rstsMat  OTIS-TCNSOM   CLCVATOR OOMPANY  00 ���*�� *r��� tmwnto "*���  I  :j THUBSOAT, JULY 23, 19M.  KELOWNA   ItliCOfiJ)  PAOB SBVEtf  Agents for        - ���  McGormick and Deering  Rakes  Mowers &  Hay Tedders  AU the different sizes in slock  Feed  Baled Hay  Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  r 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-ina. ..  3      ���      $6.00  These goods were purchased st 50c on the dollar and are told  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 years,.full size, reduced from $10  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Lost Trade Secrets  Numerous are tbe trade secrets  handed down generation by generation  from father to son, and vast is the  capital made out of some of them  in the commercial world. (  Particularly, perhaps, is this the  case among the numerous manufacturers of piquant sauces and the countless vendors of patent medicines.  But there is also, it must be remembered, another side to the cast;.  Many, alas! are the priceless trade  secrets buried far down below the  moldering dust of tiie misty past and  lost to the world, perchance novyr  again to be recovered.  To cite the first example that uc-  curs to thc mind of the writer, says  Answer**, for instance, what would a  Boyal Academician of the present  duy give to be possessed of the aacrot.  held by tho old masters��� Kapha-'*,  Rubens, ('orregio, Van Dyke, and  their compeers��� for mixing their Colors ho as to render them imperishable  to the ravages of timel*  The red colors, especially, of these  artists of a bygone epoch are every  whit as bright now as they wero  three long centuries a^o. On he  contrary, ' the colors of pictures  painted only 100 years ago have Iwl  their lustre,  Again, in the.world of music, the  iiifacturers of ���violins old masters, as one may justifiably term them  inother branch of art���treasured a  r. ceipe for a varnish that sank into  the wood of their incomparable in;  struments and mellowed it as well as  preserved it.  Nat her more than one hundred-  ears ago there lived in a tjuaint old  world village in Wales', a working  blacksmith, who had managed, by  some means or other, to bring the  welding of steel to such a pitch of  perfection that the joint was absolutely invisable, and the temper of the  steel as fine as on the day it left the  tester's hands." By his process he  was able to join the very finest of  sword blades, and after he had finished with them they were absolutely  as good and as sound as when thoy  had left the factory.  The blacksmith's fame spread far  and wide and naturally enough, hi-  attained a great reputation, but he  made it a point of invariably working  in solitude. He was offered large and  tempting sums to divulge his secret,  but he kept it obstinately to himself  and when his span of life had run iU  course he took it with him to another world.  The ancient Greeks had ft substance  which we call Greek fire and which  they used in naval warfare.  Their methods of employing it was  simply this��� to throw the substance  upon the surface of the water,  where it flamed up and set fire to  the ships of thc en��my. What was  it? The only known substance of tha  present day that would do thie is the  metal potassium; but to set fire to a  ship in the manner described would  necessitate the use of at least half a  ton of this metal. Where did the  Greeks obtain this substance which  they used with such effect? ��� Or (low  did they make it? If Greek fire waa  potassium, the secret of the process  is another that must be numbered  with the lost.  The man who could disinter tha  buried recipe for Roman mortar  would be bowed down to and worshipped by the builders of the prcs-  ���nt day. How they made it is a   pro-  New Fruit Inspection  Regulations  New regulations empowering the  provincial inspectors to seize aU Infected fruit no matter where ii is on  display, even though it baa previously  been passed by the inspectors, ba'e  been midc by the provincial board of  horticulture. This is the most drastic  step yet taken in the campaign of the  board against the importation of fruit  Buffering from any form of plant or  insect disease. Cases have been imported wh?re evidence of infection were  not apparent at the time of inspection, hut the shipments, on being <���,>-  ened up on the fruit stands a few  days later showed that infection had  ripentd. Tins; shipments will no!on;-  er be protected by the inspector's certificate, and will be open for inspe.-  tion and ne'/iire as if they had never  i een j r.'viously inspected  and pas^ud.  O  SUFFRAGETTE ATTACK ON  SECRETARY FOR SCOTLAND  Only the intervention of his butler  recently saved the Bt. Hon. Thomas  McKinnon Wood, secretary of statu  f0r Scotland, from a horsewhipping  at thi' hands of two suffragettes. Just  as he was leaving his residence a woman rusli ���(! up, horsewhip in hand,  exclaiming: "You Scottish pig, if  you don't stop the forcible feeding of  women, we shall smash you." The  militant lashed him across the cheat  but before she could deliver a seioud  cut thc butler seized her and threw  her to the ground, leaving him iky,  to tackle a second woman, who was  shouting: "Let me at the Scottish  pig." She made a rush with her  whip at the secretary and was still  struggling in the butler's grip when  the police arrived and arrested Uer.  On one of them was found a 'decomposed egg, labelled "refreshing fruit.''  The women gave their names as -loan-  t e Wallace and Bertha Watson. They  were fined twenty shillings each, but  refus d to pay and were sent to jail  for fourteen davs.  Jn America it is estimated that the  number of rats is nearly equal to ihe  'population, but they are not nearly as  dangerous and destructive as the rats  found in many of the foreign Court-  . tried and are more easily exterminated. It is estimated by Professor Elliott that there are 40,000,000 rats In  the British Isles. India's population  Ib outnumbered by- rats to the extent  of four rats to each human being.  The British Home Rule secretary's  scheme of bringing actions for conspiracy and damages against subscribers to militancy has already had tin-  effect of sending many people to  Lloyd's to insure against the legal liability for damages done by their  militant wpmen.folk. One of the militants made a curious and impudent  application for a policy to recompense  her for injury due to her own hungor  striking. No business resulted. iSotu��  half dozen policies are for sums of  about 925,000, and the premiums charged are $100 a year. One well know,  man has insured to the extent of $100-  000. Ordinary insurance against damage inflicted by the militants is     lie  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Moulding!, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  '* �������������  | M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BBRHARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  ��� as.Valiiis aa is, "  found secret  an'.!  bide-  lair   to  remain  HO.  J The mortar ia as firm as it waa  2IKK) years ago. It has calmly 3i.off,,d  ut the ravages of time and weather.  General Francisco Villa,; the Mexican rebel commander, walking through  ihe streets ol Torreon, Mexico, with ilia secretary Pablo Boblea, ��ft*r hia  conference with the. ('arrant* committee at which it wa* decided that Car-  ranu remain at the head 61 the Constitutional movement with Villa in  charge .oi all military activities. '   ":  Furnished Cottage to Rent  Fully Modern.   Within two minutes of the lake.  Rent $25 per month  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile oi town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commanda a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miee tha opportunity of selecting a few acrea of due desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  75  Per Cent, of your Summer  Cooking can be done with  Electric Household Appliances just as well as with a Kitchen  Range and with much Greater Comfort and Convenience  Electric Household Appliance! are ready lor operation, day or nigbt,  on an instant's attention to connecting the cord with the household socket.  They can do everything in the line of light cooking, preparing tea or  coffee, making toaat, preparing eggs, frying chops, &c. You don't want  heavy meals during the hot weather, and the appliances just meet this demand  and make it unnecessary to have a hot fire going.  Electric Household Appliances cost only a lew centa per hoar of continuous operation.   To prepare an ordinary meal takes but a fraction of an  - hiur.   They are guaranteed by the manufacturers-  SEE OUR FULL LINE OF ELECTRICAL HOUSEHOLD  APPLIANCES  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA. B.C  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  It Pays to Get  the Best in Insurance  A id to (et it from G. A. FUW, Ajcat, Crowley Black. City  Kelowna, B.C. June 26th. tf 14.  " Mr. G. A. Fiaher, Cily.  A sent Coinmercial Union Aasurance Co.,  Daar S.r. ��� 'V i te'e i, vled/e receipt of payment of loss at our recent  fire in the enrn of $625.00, with thanks.  Considering that the proof of lose claim wee ee** ia only ten daya ago  to the insurance company thie eerly aetlletuetit ie eery gratifying ami your  company ia the firat to make payment. '  '    \ �� Youre *ery truly,  MAX JENKINS 8c CO.  (eigned) per Maa Jenkins  COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO.. LTD.  t Veacaneet. June 29th. 1914.  'G.'A. Fisher,'Esq., Kelowna, B.C.  Dear Sir.���Replying to your letter of the 2fch iewt. re toea Jenkins <\  Co.   .   .   .   for rear information I might eeata that all loeoee we here are  paid for juot ae prosaptly ea thia one ee we nneieW dais tret clees nd.rr.  tiaing, end we hen ao reason for keeping tba Matey from die ensured  ' after the lose ia adjusted. .  Youre truly.  A. T. Voa ETUNQER. Branch Manager.  '. if PAGE EIGUT  KELOWNA  RECORD  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New and Second.Hand   Harness.    Special  Sanitary   Sweat  Pads and Back Pads. They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  VTER STREET T���I��.l._��. oai Store adjoinina  KELOWNA telephone - 347 the 25c store  Now Open  Morgan's  Ice Cream Parlors  Opposite Board of Trade offices  We Make our own Ice Cream  entirely of the Purest Cream Obtainable, and our  parlors nre cool, clean and comfortable.  Ice Cream in Bulk  supplied in any quantity for parties, &c.  Pure Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco  FRANK W. MORGAN     -   .'    PROPRIETOR  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESHOUR  The World's Best  Send for Five Roses  COUPON  ��'���"��    NtRVf   ...d    A.n.M*    plainly  LWi forpi H cihIom Ton Cents  in ilamp*  Cook Book���  BEING A MANUAL OF COOD RECIPES c��cMy  chosen ftom ijjr contribution* o[ over two tKoutuiJ  ���uccetiful user* o( Five Rom* Flour throughout Canada,  Alto Useful Note* on the varioui cUssrt ol good thing*  to f-at. all of which have been carefully checked and  tc-chccked by competent ���'.'thotity.  tjjmmjgmm to uw v tk woeos taunt co. uara, wwstj  C W. R. GLENN & SON, Agents   ���    Kelowna. B.C.  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  C. R. GOSS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET, NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce he is now opening a  Fruit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the��ale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices,  for CASH.  Increase in Miners'      C.P.R. Sues for  THUKSDAY, JULY 16, 1914   j  '   =em  Licenses is Urge  Two Millions  Dfclivery to all parts of City  ISir Kichui'd McBride, premier and  minirsU'r of mines, states, that reports  just received are to the effect that  there haa been a very considerable Increase���169, to be exact��� in the number of free miners' certificates issued  this year, over last year. All free  miners! certificates expire on May 3l,  and the promptitude with which they  arc renewed and new ones issued furnishes the most accurate evidenco of  thc faith of the prospector in thc potential mineral wealth of the province.  "Am minister of minus nothing could  he more satisfactory to me than the  report of the increase of free minors'  certificates," said Sir lticlmnl. "It  means much more to tho country limn  uppers on the face of it. It means  that the pros|n>etoc has more luith  than ever before in thu mineral wealth  of l.ritish Columbia; and it means,  further, that there is no truth in what  has often been alleged���that the prospector is hd'ominu extinct.  VIRGIN FIELDS ACCtiSSlllU':  "Personally I am not at all surprised to be informed that there has  been a big increase in the number of  free miners' certificates. I have long  held the opinion that with the opening up of the country with new lines  of railway, territory would be made  accessible which would excite the curiosity of the prospectors and well repay his investigation.  "But it seems timely to say a word  :n appreciation of the prospector as a  type of citizen ���we can never forget,  that we should, indeed never forget ���  he it was who laid thc foundation of  a11 the progress and development  which have taken pluce in this marvelous province. With his pack on  his buck, and with little other assets  than his strung right arm and an un-  conquerable faith in the country, he  wen', into the wilderness ��n'l diselo-ed  latent wealth and InVad the trail for  the thousands who cuinc after him to  reap the rowatfd which on'y too often,  iilas was denied him.  TIIE PJONEEH l'ROSI'KCTOR  "It has always l)een a matter of re-  giel to me to feel that in too many  eases these fine pioneers failed to  achieve that success it. life whieh  Oiniild be the reward of faithful effort  along thu most laborious linos, it is  of course, true that, with old age  most of the pioneer prospectors of  the country has vanished from 'lie  scenes of tneir former labors, but it  is most gratifying to learn thut their  places are not to he left vacant, that  the young men of tho present day are  also manifesting a faith in the mineral  wealth of the country.  "On this latter jH>int. I may say  that private reports which have  reached me res|>ecting the mineral  wealth of those sections of tbo country which lie closely adjacent to the  new lines of railway are of the most  encouraginb nature. I fel that intelligent prospecting will surely bring  ich rewards to tho men who will today go out into tho country and seriously apply themselves to the task  of locating mineral deposits."  FRUIT GROWERS AND THE  PANAMA CANAL  A big saving in freight charges and  tho possibility ot putting apples into  the markets of Europe at attractive  prices is assurtd to growers in British  Columbia by the opening ot thc Panama ('mini, aod the rates now being  tubulated by lhe companies which in-  | tend lo operate tho Panama route  steamers from the west coast of North  America to Europe. t  No rates lr0m British Columbia  |>oints to Euro|�� have a* yet Iwen announced, but rate* Irom .Seattle and  j Portland to Europe on dried IruilB  J nnd canned goods will be 37} cents  por 100 pounds. Apple* and dried  fruits usually gn at the same rate,  nnd il 37) cent* per pound is fixed  for boxed apple*, even with tho extra  refrigerator charge*, Washington growers will save from 1180 l0 1200 a ear-  load on shipments to England and  Uem'mrg. B. C. growers may espoct  rates .similarly advantageous when the  trafflo begins by way 61 y��> Canal  Irom Vanoouver.  -h  The amount ol'money In,cash pitim-  itiins (hat will be awarded for '.ive  'stock exhibit* at the Panama-Pacilic  "Ta era .'iional Exposition has reached  the sum of ��J162,UB0. This amount has  been attained by the 15,000 just altered by the American Jersey Cattle  Club. In purees lor harneaa races af-:  most > 230.000 additional will' IxS  awarded. j .a  In the two million dollar suit of tne  C.P.H., against the Storstad for damages in connection with the sinking ot  the Empress of Ireland the plaintiff  filed the statement ol claim with the  Admiralty Court last Friday. Most  of the allegations made are:  That a bad lookout was kept on  the Storstad.  'I hat the helm of the Storstad was  improperly ported.  That the Storstad improperly lail-  od to keep her course and pass tho  Kmpress of Ireland starboard to star-  hoard.  'I hut the Storstad wus navigated ut  nn improper and immoderate rate of  speed.  That those in charge of the Storstad  (ailed to reduce speed and sound tho  whistle before the vessel ran into     he  io)r.  Thut thc engines wero not slowed  et rcrorsed ia tlma.  That no competent officers were On  i!uty on the Storstad, those in charge  neglecting to comply with the article*  of the rule of tho road in force in  '.'anndiun wuters.  BRITISH MAGAZINE RATE  MAY BE RAISED  Tho penuy-u-pound postage rate upon British periodicals expire* at the  end of the present month, and ih-j.'c  are no advices at tho post office department as to its proboble renewal.  The subject hai been negotiated upon,  but without result so far, and whether the rate in force since 1907 .will be  continued or the rate of 8 cents a  pound roverlt'd to remains to be determined.  The Canadian Post Offioe Department, while desiring to facilitate the  cirrulntion of British periodicals, fe.'U  that it is getting decidedly the short  end of the bnrgain, inasmuch as all  of the penny rute now goes to tho  British post office for currying such  matter to Liverpool. Canada takes  the bugs there, brings -them across the  Atlantio nnd delivers the contents anywhere without getting any remuneration whatever. The weight increased  Irom 2,328,000 pounds in 1908 to 5,-  758,000 in 1912 and the rate enabled  British publications to competo with  Americans, who pay I cents per pound  coining into Canada.  'The post office department hero suggested an even division of tho penny  rate, but so far without avail. It is  just possible that the 8 cent rate may  be reverted to, but more likely that a  new arrangement will be effected, very  slightly increasing the rate and giving  Canada a   slice ol   it.  HOT WEATHER HINTS  Don't drink ice water when overheated,  Don't over exorcise in the hot sun.  Don't eat when tired or exhausted.  Don't go bathing for at least two  hours after eating.  Don't stay in the wator too long.  Don't Bit in front of an electric fan  when overheated.  Don't forget to inspect your l.'-  frigerator daily. Keep it free from  sour milk, mouldy or stale food.  Don't eat fruit that is over ripe or  that has been exposed to flies or the  duet or dirt ol the street*.  Don't buy provisions ot any kind  from a place where Hie* abound.  Avoid tho home of the fly��� he is the  living sign ol dirty floors, dirty walls  dirtv garbage cans, unclean employies  and general unsanitary premises��� he  is the true emblem of filth and disease.  Don't allow children to expose  themselves to the sun's rays or ex-  ceaaive heat.  Don't drink intoxicating liquors.  Don't eat meat, pastry, or other  Bweetstufls in large quantities.  'Ino above list ot 12 hot weather  "���loot's" was proparM by Health  Commissioner . Dattou for distribution  among citiiens of Minneapolis together with government pamphlet s on  th* "Care ol the Baby in the Siun-  iaer month*."  About 10,000 ol the circulars will  be distribute by ihe health , dejurt-  nmU in the.neat two weeks. This  is another slop in Or. Button's campaign lor a cleaner and healthier  city.-,    \   '��� v<!  The latest official returns Irom Tokio  state   that the total   slumber oi .lap-  aasa* abroad today is 331,362, an increase   ol 28,63V   over the prooedinj i  year.    The United State* ha�� 165,1 AS '  I of the above number. j  rnTord  What counts isn't what you pay,  but what you get for what .you  pay. The Ford buyer gets the  most value for his money in the  car and the best service af lei wards.  Big production, skilled workmen  and best materials make Ford quality high and Ford prices low.  Six hundred dollars ia the price of the Ford  runabout; the touring car is six fifty ; the town  car nine hundred���f.o.b. Ford, Ont., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particulara from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA. B.C.  THE-  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking.  Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, Ace.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full  supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA, B.C.  Phone 135 THURSDAY, JULY aft, l��H.  Palm-Olive  i  The manufacturers are going  to give you the benefit of their  advertising,  instead   of   lhe  magazines  With every purchaae of  Palm-Olioe Cream or  Palm-Oltve Shampoo,  at 50c �� package, we will  Giv* you���  Three large cake* Palm-Olive  Soap, with- the manufacturers'  compliments.   This soap sells  regularly at 15c a cake  KBWWK^ltECoW)  GRAY'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC   "  STUDIO  j-     It open on  Thursday  Friday &  Saturday  10 am. to5 p.m.  New mounting a hav* arrived���and  will pleaae you  RoWdiffe Block   ��ti7mmH  ACCOUNT OF DELUGE ON  ANCIENT TABLET  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelowna, B.C.  Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Publio Building, Merritt, B. C." will  be received at this office until 4.00 p,  m., on Tuesday, July 28, 1914 lor the  construction of a Public Building at  Merritt, B. C.  Plans, specification and form ot eon-  tract can be seen and form of tender  obtained at the office of Mr. W. Henderson, Resident     Architect, Victoria,  B. C, at the Post Office, Merritt, B.  C, and at Ibis Department.  Persons tendering are notified   that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual,signature, the nature  of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the firm must  be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order ol the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the  amountof the tender, which will - be  forfeited if the perion tendering 'Incline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so or fail to complete tha work contracted lor. If the  Under be not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The Department doe* not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  B. C. DESUOCHKBS.  Secretary.  Department of Publio Works.  Ottawa, June 29. 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if thet insert it without  authority from the Department.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININO  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right* of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-ona  years at an annual renin! of fl an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applicant. >  Applications for the lease must he  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which the rights applied for , are  situated. *  In surveyed territory tho land must,  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by tbe applicant  himself.        ,    -  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 15 which will be  refunded if the rights applied, for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of thc mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tho mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for thc full quantity of  merchantable coul mined and,pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights arc not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for tho working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to tbe secretary of  the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to ally Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  '  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication    of  this advertisement will not be paid for  /��� n ancient Sumerian tablet has been  unearthed in the ruins of Nippur, and j  on it is inscribed an account -  of   tha  deluge, and among other things it is i  maintained    that Noah was    the per-  who was unfortunate enough to offend j  thj Deity.    ThiB is very likely to give!  rise to a great deal of discussion and  to   lead to a    fresh debate   over the  Genesis nurrAtii'e.   The discovery bears  out the suggestion that the expulsion  from Eden and the story of the flood  arc on'y variants of tbe same legend  and that both relate to a catastropne  n the history of mankind, that    has  ben almost   universally   remembered.  Ecclesiastical authorities   are  not   by  any means as certain as they appear  to be of some of the things they teach  and among the things, in regard    to  vliiih all  but the very ignorant     or  ho very conservative admit they   an*  ncoitain is the historical value of th"  look of Genesis.    Indeed, it may    bo  aid that, il    occlesiastlcal    authority  lid not feel obliged to insist upon the  iterulness of this book, in order    to  ustain a theological theory, it would  robably be regarded as deeply inter-  sting but not authoritative.    In view  f the many 'discoveries of ancient   re>.  ords, many of them long antedating  he suggested ' authorship of Genesis,  it iB incumbent upon tho church to .*e-  onslder the viowpouit from which it J  tvill regard all records purporting   to  iven an account of the early days of  nankind.  The tablet    in question is Sumori.in  ud was   found in tho ruins of    Nip-  iur. Sumerian is the term applied  lu  le   oldest    known civilization.     The  Smneriuns  were    a   people  whose    re-  ords    antedate those of Xinevnh an I  lahylon'and aro   consequently    much  nore ancient than the records of ttto  lews. Apparently    thoy may bo     aligned to a period fully 10,000   years  L.o.    Nippur seems to be the most anient city of   which anything ut all i��  nown definitely.  Tho Talmud   identifies it with   Calncd, one   of tho cities  whieh N'imrod,   a groat grandson    of  Noah is said in    (ienesie (Chap. XV,  10), to   have included in his kingdom.  \'o less than 30,000 commercial     and  itorury tablets have been    found     in  Nippur,    tt    wai a sacred city,     and  here waB the great temple of   Bel,   lo  ..vhich pil^riniB     resorted   leng   years  fter Ninevnh Hnd Babylon   hnd    derived it of its political     and     commercial  supremacy.      In    view    of she  fact that the Book of flonesis.   in its  present form does not probably antedate    the    return of tho .lews     from  captivity in Babylon    the hearing   uf  these Sumerinn records upon tho sub*  jtot dealt wilh    therein    will   be soon  to bo of groat Importance,  CONCRETE  WORK  I hav* a compLat* plant cf power  snixare aad all appliaace* for concrete  eoasWctisa of *very kind, aad am  ���lavotaM all my attention to thia work,  la  which I hav*  had   many  years'  VOUH BODY A MATCH FACT.IBY  AH Kind* of Cement Work,  .  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE,  Qemaat k Km.' oak*. WcyJealevAv.  RasaaerVecfc Rirtsi.glras  PHONE 194 'PHONE 4J04  P.O. Bos 12  EENGLAND  BUILDEI * CONTRACTOR  Plan*.  *ptritijrtfcmi   and   Estimate*  FanfaM  J. A. BIGGER  BUtUJW AND CONTRACTOR  Eesimatee Furaiabad for all class**  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed '"Tender  for Publio Building, Ashoroit, B.C.,"  will be received at this office until 4  p.m., on Tuesday, August 4th, 1914,  for th* construction of a Public Building at Ashcroft, B.C.  Plans, specification, and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  Obtained at the office ol Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Viotoria, B.  G, at the Post Offioe, Ashcroft, B.C.,  and at this department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on ths printed forms supplied,  and sighed with their aotual signatures, stating their occupations and  place* of residence. In the case of  firms, tha actual signature, tile nature  of tn* occupation and plans of residence of each member of the firm must  [bs given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  a accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Hon  orable the Minister ol Public Works,  equal to tea per oent (10 p.c.) of the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline  to enter into a contract when called  upon to do so or'tail to complete the  work contracted for. If the tender be  oot accepted, ths cheque will be returned.  Tbe Department does not bind .tself  to accept th* lowest or any tender.  ^^^^^R^By order,  S. C. DESROCHEBS,  $���', Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 2, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this i  advertiMBsent if they insert it without  I authority from trVDepartmsut.-^K.153  I  9U    '..     .  A Chicago chenvst, bynrVcnt an  alysls, found that every human body  contains more 'than two pounds id  phosphorus. This would be sufficient,  could it be extracted to make 5,000  packag?s ol friction mulches. This  phosphorus, it is claimed by r realists  is an essential to health and vigor.  Were It not for phosphorus our bout*  would be more liable to break. It is  also believed by some authorities in  be a valuable stimulant for the nerve  cells.  Besides the phosphorus every body  holds a'number of ounces of sodium,  and nearly three-fourths of an ounce  of potassium���enough for the laboia-  tory work of a good many university  classes In experimental chemistry.    ���  And the'.few grains of magnesium  found In every human body would be  enough to make a beautiful display of the kind of fireworks known  as "silver rain."  QnNwr  Talcum Powder  ���-i* the most  refreshing;  and pleasant of all tales  n* shelf* ftacraaaa, eaol-  am aaS ������liseptico.iul**.  I it fereasost  feirafee of assay ueata.  natM^Mltlyafibe ulc-il. mm.  ���fa of sjetar. aa. th. rmlH.aiis  mm HBwas that��|���, H lie tray  mtaan eetaaualCa ia my oui  mnyaamamy.  AU Drugptu, jSc. Una.  ��-"r a  SSVSeeaj* raannas lusiraa, roau.ro  HEART SURGERY  Probably the most daring inapt.-*, in  modern surgery is that which treats  of operation!, on the heart. "The road  to the heart is on'y two or three  inches long, but ban taken mirgery al'  most 2,600 years to traverse it." wan  one writer's striHng remark. Many  shrewd observers in the court*) of tillages had nottd that all heart wounds  did not result in instantaneous death.  But it was not until 10 or 15 yean  ago that surgeons began to act upon  this knowledge. In exceptional cases  death did not result immediately from  a heart wound; there were intervals ol  a few nvnutes, a few days, or a few  weeks. Why n-.f utilize this interval  n an attempt to sew. up the wound?  Med'oal history of late years reports  many successful operations of this  kind.  An especially noteworthy one, performed upon un Alabama negro K.y  I in 1902,. illustrates the resources >f  nodern hcai'l surgery. This boy had  been the victim of an especially natiy  stab wound. Thc knife had . peiii-  trated tbe apex of the heart and p-i-is  cd in'o thc left ventricle, making a  wound nearly half an inch long. When  the boy' wus placed on the operating  table in the little negro cabin thu  f-igna of death had already appcitrel.  HiB feet were cold, and his face x*hvv  plainly showed signs of the utmost  distress.  The surgeons made a little windowlike opening just above the heart.  Through this they could readily p*e  the injured organ, thc blood spurting  from the wound ut each pulsaii in,  One surgedn put iu his hind, pull.nl  the heart upward and held it while  another sewed the wound with a '=at.-  git. The operation���performed with  out an anaesthetic���lasted 55 minute.it  ���rn lhe sixteenth day the boy was'sitting up; in a short time his liMft  wns tut good  as  now.  mmmmmmrmm  CHEESESOmzmtHBREADjNew Electric fewtr  tArtJftttft  One cupful of bread crumbs, on*  cupful and a half of milk, half a tea-  j spoonful of sort, pinch of cayenne pop  per, three egg*, beaten separately, one-  fourth pound of grated cheese. Pout  thc milk over the bread crumbs and  let- Bland for ten- minutes, then ' odd  the yolks well beaten,- then fold in  the whites beaten stiff, and lastly add  I the cheese. Sprinkle the top with  grated crumbs and bake in a buttered  pan until the egg sets, or about twenty minutes.  CootfJioajrfar VaJby  The Okanagan Valley Bleefrle    and  Power Company, an organisation   of  capitalists,    who   are    understood to  have    tome very    strong connections  with the financial powers on the other  'side of the Atlantic, completed     the  'purchaae .of the Orovitle Eleotrio light  plant from    the Similkameen     Power  .Company on Wednesday laat.  |   It ie   stated from a    reliable soutco  that the .company intends to develop-'  the power at the Similkameen    Kail'  Ito the fullest extent, with the     purpose in view of operating an electric  lir*. the northern llrjl'uis ol     t.hi-1,  I will be Penticton.  /n Kniilish lodge of the order of  Free and Aooepted Masons was recently established in Paris.  Provide Yourself With  Good Luck.  That was Napoleon's formula (or success, and  it merely meant foresight and knowledge.  If you would provide yourself with good luck  in your daily life, read the advertisements, and  take adavantage of the information live merchants give you in regard to their merchandise,  You will find valuable and many saving points  in the advertising columns.  J  COFVRIOMTEO 1  DOLLAR DAY  m������AGAIN���   Saturday Next, July 25th  This was a successful feature of last  week's business. Our offerings for  this week  are even  better.   See our  windows  Furniture Reductions that  mean   big  savinga to the  purchaser  Hardware  ���sspB^psBSJaaaaasMM  & Harding  Furniture  ���j��*>  '���mmtP*  ittri:^".- mmmmmmn  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  THUB8DAY, JULY ffl, 1M4.  1 WANTED! 1  Prepaid Rat**: 3 eaaU psr word  first insertion and 1 oent psr worst for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., In-  aertad fox less than M ssata.  All classilisd advertia���lata mast ha  paid tor in advene* oaring to ths sost  attending th* booking and charging ol  small items.  Copy nay bs reoaiv*d for than ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR SALE  FOR SALE.- .Second-hand bicycle ��15.  Apply Box "U" Record. S4-5  Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for  Public Building, Ashcroft, B. C." will  be received at this office until 4.00 p.  to., on Tuesday, August 4, 1914, for  the construction of a Public Building  at Ashcroft, B. G.  Plans, specifications and form of eon  HAY. FOR SALE. -Allalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ranch. Mtf  FOR SALE OR RENT.��� Six roomed  house on Wilson Avenue. Price  1-2,000. Terms arranged. Apply E.  England. 2?tl  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  aad lot, 11250, clos* ia. Apply Bon  149 Kelowna. 19tf.  places .of residence.    In _^oase^ of  "ji^y ^^s'a're^ontr'ibutory. Among  causes are poor farming  still more fundamental the fid  .that "too small a proportion of the  price paid by the    ultimate purchawr  TEAMS FOR SALE.-Heovy draft and  general purpose. Apply .1. Morrison  R. R. I. Phone 3410. 28tl,  FOR SALE- Pure Bred young Berk  shire pigs. Alio two seated surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Oil  worth. 30tf.  FOR SALE.���Pedigreed Persian Kittens. Mrs. .1. S. Mackenzie, Glenmore. 35-7p  TO RENT  FOR RENT���Furnished rooms for light  housekeeping, on lake, shore, Abbott  street. Apply Box "P" Record office. 34-6p  strms, the actual signature, the nature -  1  .    ., ,,1, i      ���   .economic  of   the occupation and   place of rest- I     ,  denoe of each member ol lho firm must  be given. "���  Each tender must be accompanied by ,���� t0"tho~farmer." The author urg.  X    accepted    cheque on a   chartered   ^ ailo|)Uon o[ ^^ and ^.^  0| tho vMle>-  tank, payable   to the order ot     tho   method(1> tur^aXky co-operation. |   Tho city council had already promis-  Donourable    tho    Minister    ol Pubhc .    ,��� ,h(, chaptM on Bocia, ^^    ���,  w| to help in the entertaining o�� the  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 px.) '^^ ^ wri|er 9how() an    ^M visitors, and it wns hoped that own-  I knowledge of actual conditions. Tne crs of automobiles would pltice their  , following extracts give a fair idee of ears at. tin disposal of the visitors  the book as a whole: l��r a run around the distriot.   In all  |    "Thc conditions of toil are ot,       .i- probability the visitors would number  ��� necessarily    hard.    Labor saving'   dj- 'rom 150 to 200.  vices     in the     home ere    sometimes PUBLIC COLD STORAGE  scantily provided, while those for tlio  I barn and field arc ample. Evil is Mr. Joe Casorso asked lor the assis-  wroiight by want of thoutht ns well ""�� ot �������� B<>llI'd in secu��ng a.gov-  1 as want of heart, Let us glance at ernmcnt 8ubsid.v to enable them to  a single illustration -the supply ol u"n �� Portion of thoir cold storage  water in the house.     The agricultural I'  survey of 1910 found that in Prince lic ��*��� storage warehouse.  Edward Island ninety-seven per cen\  of the farm houses obtain water from  wells outside the house. All carry thi  water by hand. In Nova Scotia onlv  two( per cent., of the farm houses  huve wator piped to the hous'. Tn  Now Brunswick ninety-five   per   cent  of the amount of thc tender, which  |erill be forfeited if the person tender-  decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do bo, or fail to  Somplete the work contracted for. If  lhe tender be not accepted the,cheque  pvill be returned.  The department docs not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public WorkB,  Ottawa, July 2, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert" it    without authority    from    the Department.  34-5  FOR RENT.-8-roomed house with all  modern conveniences on Bernard avenue, juBt eaBt ot Presbyterian church.  Rent very reasonable. Apply H. i'\  Williams, or P.O. Box 5IJB. 34tf.  TO  RENT. ���Furnished rooms on Lake  shore.   Apply P.O. Box 185.        Mtf.  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rant 118.60 per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tl  FOR RENT. - Five r0omed cottage with bath. Stockwell avmue.  Apply P.O. Box 201, Kelowna.   27tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  WASHING AND HOUSEWORK-Want  cd by hour or day. Apply Miss Berg  or Miss Nelson, Ellis St.  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hereron will  pay the highest mar', et prioe tor  heifer or bull calves of any age. 31tf  STRAYED.-Red bull calf, strayed to  my yard on the night of July 2nd,  Owner can have same on identifying  and paying expenses. Hawtrey,  South Kelowna. 33-6  WANTED��� Second hand cycle. State  prioe. P.O. Box 631. 35-6  WANTED.��� Milk cows, fresh or com  ing in soon. Apply, giving particulars P.O. Box 319. 35p  I.OST.-Oold locket, Masonic emblem  on one side and initials "R.A.C." on  other. Photographs inside. Reward  on return to R. A. Copeland.  KELOWNA AQUATIC ASSOCIATION  Tenders wanted for refreshment  booths in the park during regatta days  Full particulars from H. G. M. Wilson, secretary. 35-7  Private Sale of  Household Furniture  Practically new  Apply at mm, Mrs. Raid, Glesa At*  TO EXCHANGE  Old oountry small grass farm, (13  acre*) borders of Devon and Cornwall.  Good house, gardens, and orchard for  ranch in Okanagan, preferably near  Kelowna and on lake shore. Photographs and foil particulars from C, C.  Fuller, box *9��, Kelowna. 35-<Sp,  The first income of the United  States I leaser) from th* Panama  Tn^l wu recently received amounting  to fTSM. This oosaHJtuts* the lirst  entry on th* cwdit *id* of th* nation's  ladgcr ia this imOMB** -projest.  Rural Life iu Canada *EGULAR "gff JJ *M,  "  VSMSS.1SS*    i MARD   Qp   yjj^pg  Since Roosevelt's oountry life   commission reported     there have been issued in the United States a    number  jof books on tbe   oountry problem In  | Canada we have thought we had   no  rural problem.    But    the. census  1911   gave aB a rude awaken'ng  we find that     in some respects  , . .    ���     .conditions aro   loss satisfactory    even  treat can be seen and forms ol tender '^ ^ ^ ^ UnHrf ^^  obtomedattheofficeofMr^Wm.Hen-,   Nqw   & r^afcvterhvn   minister   has  dorson, resident architect, Victoria, i>. I , ,        ,   .     . . ,  ,7     .  .l ��    ��s       .a.     ,.   nn   ,como forward to deal with our   rural  C.   et the post office, Ashcroft, B.C., m_ ^   John-MacDo     ,,,  and ,t this department. |     Sponcerville, Ontario,   in a volume  Persons tendering aro notified    chat jof m ^^ ^ who,o    {W  tenders will    not b? considered unless from ���,������������,;���, to creation,  made on the    printed forms supplied, j   Hp        .^ qM t). ^ ���.������<,,.:������ 'convention    secretary to see if  and signed    with their   actual sign*-1  , ^ tgM p0   lation hag :,���,�� could not be done,  lures, stating their occupations    and 'fa ^ ^.^ durine ^    ^^       ���  ���>-- -�����*�����  mobile, after spending a short    time  looking over the district.    A committee waB n3CesBary to make aU arrange-  0f menta regarding loan of eutomo'oihs,  and ets., and the president, with    Messrs.  0iir  Renson and Pooley and Wilkinson weru  appointed for this purpose.  An alternative suggestion of Mr.  Elliott's to endeavor to Induce the  C.P.R., to keep the northbound boat  nt Kelowna for a couple of hours,  while tho delegates were driven about  the district found some favor, and it  was decided to communicate with the  this  Mr. G. 0. Rose drew attention to  the coming convention in the vail ry of  the Alberta and Eastern British Coi-  uni) ia Press Association on September  2nd, 3rd and 4th. It was the'' inten-  tion that the delegates should spend  n few hours in Kelowna on their tour  TENDERS WANTED  Sealed tenders, addressed to Chairman of ihe Executive for hasjling box  shook to and packed fruit from three  district packing houses. Springs .��n  wagons and telephone ctnneotion at  residence or place of business of tenderer required. Tenders to be opened  at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 29th. Obtain particulars and tender blanks at  office. The lowest or any tender lot  necessarily accepted.  KELOWNA GROWERS' EXCHANGE  35  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND COMPANY  LIMITED  Tenders are invited for tho clearing  of certain areas of land on thc above  property.  Particulars may be obtained at tbe  Company's offices, Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna.  Tenders must reach the Company by  Saturday, eighteenth day (19th) July,  1914.  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND CO.  LIMITED.  HUBERT T. MEUGENS  82-34. Secy.-Treas.  Magnetic Healing  A sure cure (or pain. Give it a trial  For treatments inquire  Box 633        - -        Kelowna  ii-bo  As the Cannery contemplates a very  heavy run this season, we are desirous  of employing all the women and girls  we can obtain locally.  A kindergarten will bs maintained  where small ohildren of women desiring, employment will receive good eare  during the day free of charge. Kindly  send in your names lor registration.  WESTERN  CANKERS LTD.  Launch for Hire  for Picnics, &c.  Apply Cather, Harvey Avenue  Phone 250  ICE  Delivered to any part of th* oity In  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  H. B. BUBTCH  Phons 180  am.  8PIRELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davis* will fas at Mr.  afathi*'* (ov*r tailor atop, Postal  Itrsst) between th* hours et 1.80 and  ��� p.m., Ssturd,v el sash w��*k to mast  Miss wishing to ordsr corsets. F. 0.  I ��*, Xiloirae. ����.  .nut in the Casorso block into a pub  ^^^^^^^^ He   said  they had already made an appeal to  th> government in accordance with thu  Act, and an inspector had been down  to look over the plant but so far nothing had been done. It seemed as  though it needed the weight of some  such body as    the Board added     tn  de-  obtain water from wells and   springs thrfr ��wn rw.uc8t to Produce th*  lu English-speaking     Quebec, ninity- ��ired reBu{i'  two per cent.,  carry wator    by hand.  These conditions    are    general.    This  lack  is due  perhaps     chiefly  to     tlio  fact that the equipment introduced si  liberally out of doors is   not regarded  as labor-saving by   the man who his  no   dread    of toil, but rather    as   a  means of adding to the efficiency     of  his  labor and  thus  multiplying     li  output. But the    wife suffers     nevertheless, and the daughters leave.   The  household science courses offered by the  agricultural college point the way to' GQVERNMENT   NOT UNDER-  a solution.    With wider knowledge of  tho       possibilities       of    achievement  through fuller equipment the    d^u/h  tors of tho farm will  vie  with     thoir'    A  (eftture R, thc c N R    9ett,lom,nt,  brothers in advance. whieh VM fj^jjy aigned ,m(, week i,  Conditions of toil in-the fields also |liat roveIWnt and undertakings havo  aro unnecessarily hard. The modern ^ ^ from sir ffm. MoKen.lo  crusade against    occuptional    disease and sir p^,,, ���ann ^^^^     by  Mr. Casorso said that they had built  'heir present plant with this end .n  view, and had Borne thirteen .or fourteen rooms, with a total capacity ol  about 25,000 cubic feet. Of this then-  own firm were only using a small  port'on and the rest would be available for public use if tin govnci wt  would give its assistance, as provided  for in the "Cold Storage Act.'*  TAKING C.N.R. LIABILITIES  I  must deliver the farmer from rheuma-  which they jointly and severalty cove-  liBoi and many other affliction by nant that an outstanding temporary  recalling him from thc fields in rain loan> by the C.N.R., and its constitu-  anrl giving him.more mastery over all CTt and subsidiary companies secured  the circumstances ol his toil. Thi by deport 0( pledged securities should  modern world can easily afford such ^ paili out 0f the proceeds of suoh  relief through a fairer distribution of (fepojjt or pledged securities,  tho profits of labor. |   w)le8     tho debate on the   bill   Was  Tho problem of the farm laborer is ;n p,,,,,���,, the liberals asked that  an unsolved one in Canada'aa yot, ](tt(,iien!iic a���d Mann be held respon-  nor will it bo solved until greater ^ ,or tne8e ae\w,. It was es-  offieiency is demanded, higher wages piajnej that it was impossible to em-  paid, ond a home for the farm labor- boav tni, in tbe bill. However, this  er and his household pro-ided. A some- covenant makes the railway magnates  what common custom at present is to reaponaiblo, so that the main argu-  pay a certain monthly wage-the aver- ^ta of thc liberals fall to the ground  age for eastern Canada is 132.66 per.  month for a season of some seven or. ���  oight months���together with board at  tho farmer's table and a room in the  farmer's house, and also stabling and  keep for the hired man's horso. I recently asked one of our leading farmers regarding the effect upon the efficiency and general character of the  men of this custom of maintaining a  driving horse. "They are out driving  unlit midnight," was the reply; "tho  effect upon both morals and efficiency  is bad. But" he added "you. can secure them on no other terms." The  cottage for a home would benefit  employer and employee alike.     Whit  Hr. A. II. P. Errington was successful in winning a gold medal for  diving at ths recent Nelson "Chako  Mikii" against competitors Irom Portland, Vanoouver, and other oaast cities, Mr. Errington attended the Nelson celebration on behalf of the Aquatic Association.  A publio meeting to consider the  question of establishing a creamery  for the district;'has been oaHed for  Friday, August 14th, when Mr, II.  Rive, chief dairy    instructor tor   the  modern industry has discovered, nod-' province will deliver' an address.     It  ern agriculture must learn,     namely, is also Expected that Mr. Hayward of  that the best paid and care tor ln'.or the Cowichan creamery will speak,  is the most profitable. I       ��� "  Th. boarding of the hired man    is '   Tho ,ir,t   f��� ��l "��   Postseason  often a hardship to    the    housewife.  ]ll"0M "*! '" " *"?*"- tW!   f  The custom m.y have national eom-  tcrnoon ��l the E)**'t���� .���>��* l*  pensations.    When a   man of foreign ,tw6en A"B>tron��' and KdOT,TO' ,  nationality is hired, nothing else    so __������������������������^~  effectively shapes him into a Canadian1 whieh gives us nation-builders,  citizen. But it haa personal penalties.'   The result af condition* ot labor On  If   several    men are   employed     the  tbe farm is that there is little of that  strain upon the Tome life'  ia severe.  Joy and pride in one's work which Is  I hove already instanced in    another essential to all true living."  connection a young Spencorville farm-' ; ���   er whose father by the purohase    ol q, mm      ..        .  several    farms    had    re, heed thirty-  KlDC   TafUlt   At  eight persons    by eight. Recently thia  mm II       D   ���  young man told me of the decision tn KCleSOIM.D1C   I I1CCS  rent the farm, giving as the chief reu-'  son lhat bis mother and sister wero1  practically attendants upon th* hired  men. The home which had everything  desirable that country life could afford  maintained, but the barns and  fields are in the ���bonds of renters; and  the city claims another of that type  STIRLING At PITCAIRN. Ltd.,  in the course of packing often  have tree ��� ripened Peach**,  Plume end Apricot* too ripe lo  ���hip out, but in splendid shape  for preserving.  Caah Sole*       Do not deliver  What About Your  Milk Supply?  ��  SOMETIMES it is very inconvenient to get a supply of good .  pure freth milk, and when such  is the case of course we have to  resort to the next best thing. Really  it is not such a great hardship after  all, for as" Necessity is the mother  of invention " such a necessity as  we have mentioned has resulted in  St. Charles Milk & Reindeer  Condensed Milk  St. Charles brand Unsweetened  Evaporated Milk is prepared from  only pure, rich, unsweetened, unskimmed cows' milk, and is produced and handled under rigidly  enforced sanitary regulations.  St. Charles Milk can be diluted  with water and used as ordinary  milk, or it can be used for whipped  cream���it whips simply beautifully  St. Charles Milk it also used  for the baby and is a splendid  Children's Food  Many, however, prefer to use the  Sweetened Milk for children. Reindeer or Eagle are the best for this  purpose  St. Charles Milk��� 12-oz. cans, 10c;  20-oz. cans, 2 for  25c; Large cans, 25c  Reindeer or Eagle��� 3 cans (or 50c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd. .  Quality A Service oar mott*.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly accounts nstt  Still Room for a few More Customers  FOR OUR INCREASINGLY POPULAR  WET WASH  Costs much Una than any form of washing at horn., and incidentally th*  goods ar* better and mora correctly  waahed, snd will wear longer.  Twelve more boxes to give out before w. close these lists.   Rough dry  lists already closed for now customers  75c -   PER BOX  -  75c  KELOWNA STEAM LAUNDRY  Of Pendoii Street South  Phone 159  ENO'S���? ^  v-  1 Are You Billions ?  WHEN subject to biliousness, ths liver is  employed in letting rid of excessive  quantities of certain ingredienU, and whea  unable to do so. aick headache is produced by  the retention of bile in the blood. Eno'a "Fruit  Salt" eiercieee a simple but definite actio* oa  th* liver, by which th* secretion of bile is  regulated. It rids the'body of th* excess bit*  ���nd carriee off all the impurities, cleansing and  purifying th. system. Eno'a may be safely tahsa  at any time by young or old.  '    Order a bottle TODAY from your dealer.  Praparat aaty by  I. C. fNO, Its'., "M. hit" Wsrls, Us**, hejejl  THEOSOPH1CAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library i inquire,  . Secretary. Boi 382  W.B.PEASE, S.M.CORE  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  Boarding and Pay  School for Ladies  Hia HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  This asheel ofhrs ��� thorough, modem  adueatloo, with cartful training aad  lod.rat*.  r*n~n*dI herns life.   T*rms ...  For proenectu*. de, apply  MissLaGALLAlS  -   Prtwtyal  W. f. AITKEN  BUILDER <t CONTRACTOR  Plana sad Estlmatw  Finishing work a ���pscudsy  Oftca: No.6.CrowUyBlock.K.lown*  P.O. Ba* 511  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ii   B.C  S^a^S^y>^*��^|,t��^S^^^a^a��^tS��^(����j>��^>����a��*j>*��jae>aw>^^^^^^i  m

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