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Array ....��������� '4.i...i.".   ��� .,    k mummm^m^mme^e^^mmmmmmWm  s^s^M^M  X^oXcwKOwtt^  iCciViVSKIMU^)  tfclatww  VOL. VII.   NO. 45,  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915.-10 PAGES  City Council Holds  Regular Session  A meeting ol the city counoil waa  held in the oounoil ohamber on Friday  morning, His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Adams, Copeland, Duggan,  Rattenbury and Sutherland being, pie  sent.  Mrs. J. B. Whitehead waited on ths  council and requested that a reduction  in tne Horace lor pool rooms be grant-  ed.      ' ,  His Worship stated that such a request had been made at an earlier  date, but too late for any benefit to  be derived this year. He promised  that consideration would be given thia  matter beiore the expiration of the  present licence term,  Alter thanking the council, Mrs.  Whitehead withdrew.  Miss M. E. Dykes, tin secretary ol the  Ked Cross Society -waited on tho council requesting that permission be given the society to run automobiles for  hire on the days of the fair, Miss  Dykes stated that several owners promised the loan of their cars and that  the proceeds wodld be used in connection with the Red CrosB wont.  His Worship and the Aldermen expressed their sympathy with the proposals but suggested that the Red;  Cross society take the matter up with  Magistrate Weddell who wculd be able  to inform them if their action in so  doing would be conflicting witb the  Motor Regulation Aet.  Misa Dykes also requested that Free  light be granted the society to their  quarters opposite the Presbyterian  church.  His Worship advised her to place th*  neoessary application lor the light  service and informed her that ths  charges lor such service would be refunded in the nature ol a grant to  tbe sooiety.  A letter waa reoeived Irom Gus Hansen of Peachland relative to th* coming tax sale and after discussion tke  olerk waa instructed to inform Mr.  Hansen that the council could no* ats  their way clear to postpone the tax  aale, and that it was only property  which is in arrears for the. years 1911  and prior whioh is affected by such  sale. The redemption period was  governed by the Munioipal Act and  was in no way controlled by the oity.  His Worship stated that he had t��  oeived a communication from tbe seoretary ol the A. and T.'Association,  requesting that a Civio holiday be proclaimed on Tuesday next. He informed the oounoil that he had taken tho  matter up with most of the business  men ol the oity and was ol the opinion that il such action was taken it  would not meet with general approval.  No further action was thoretoro taken.  Alderman Copeland informed the  counoil that the A. and T. Association had arranged for the special policing of the fair grounds during the  days of the annual fall fair and asked  il tho oounoil had taken any action  He stated he would be satisfied il  such arrangements were left in the  hands of tho Police Commissioners,  ���whieh met with general approval.  $1.50 Per Annum  Opened by Lieutenant-Governor of B.C.���District Exhibits Are Successful Feature of This  Year's Show-Military Sports Are Attended by Large Crowds  successful    and    satisfactory  Fortune favors the brave it  to several of the local merchants, who  put up some attractive displays which  added much to the appearance ol the  exhibition.  The "Magnet" Cream Separator Co.  had sevoral of their niaehines on show  under the care of Mr. Harry Elder,  who has accepted the local agency.  One old timer was shown bearing the  notice, "This separator has been in  uso for thirteen years by Hr. W. 0.  Blaokwood." and it wr.s still in good  running order.  Messrs.  Dalgleish k  Harding had a  handsome exhibit ol furniture ind carpets, and next to them was a display  corner near the north entrance,     and' ��f <*'��<*trical    good". by Mr. TreBwith  was fully representative af the   fertUe ��! th�� "Eleotrio ''hop." Mr. Trenwith  bottom    lands of that district.     The <"ls�� Aawed '"'"P9 and Kfamaphones.  egetables, dairy and Near tnB mBi door th> MoKetwie. Co.,  arranged show of gro-  WOMEN'S INSTITUTE FLOWER  SHOW  Despite what seemed at   lirst    this the  association, the Mayor and Ci'.y  year to be almost insurmountable ob- Counoil, the President of the board of  ataoles the Kelowna Agricultural and Trade, Mr. Price Ellison,   Mr. G. A.  Horticultural Society's annual fair has Henderson, manager of the dank    ol exhibit ol fruit,  once more beon earned out in a most Montreal,   Vcrn0n,    Col.  Duff  btJart,  household products "was arranged onu>d �� neatly  manner. Col.    Kirkpatrick    and other off wars corner pyramid,    and the spaee    was ' ��er-v specialties,  .p.   ���   . . "    sau. from Vernon. roofed in with oorn stalks,   giving   ��'  There >s no denying that courage and     After a very pleasant function whieh very pretty    effect.    Thc back-ground'  plenty of it was needed to undertake | included a brief toast list tho visiting was covered with bundles of     clover I  a fall fair this year under the present guests were then conducted to the alfalfa and grains, and hops. There' Thc Women's Institute has not been  depressed condition of things, and per-' Opera House wn re a concert had bten was a very comprehensive array ol organized very long, but they certain  haps the general public will not real- arranged, The Hall was paoked to bottled fruits, pickles, and seeds of nil '? deserve fT"*'4 P������ for their ener-  ize just how difficult it was.    But the   tho doors long before tne arrival     ol kinds. , g.V in attempting this first flower show  direotors turned in with a will and the Lieutenant-Covernor's party and The Glenmore Vallev, whioh is as it ttnd although the season is a little  made up lor lack ol publio enthusiasm the interval was filled by a series of wero only just getting into its stride '��*�� tor tloW8rs. 5*et thev gathered toby a super-abundance of their own. j selections by the splendid band of the in an. agricultural way, alao put up Kether a *<"* creditable entry. It is  lhe result was seen in one of tho most 47th Battalion. which also contribut- a line exhibit, and from the quality of their ��"��ntion to institute on annual  successful lairs ever held. | ��] several fine selections during     ths the produce it is hoped that the farm-  "owcr show to be held earlier iu   tiie  Every credit is due this year to the, course of the evcn'n<. 'Ihe��� program In-   ersin (hot district will soon be     able -^ar' "I-'* '8 *�� bo "Ped that they  eluded violin selections by Mr. Drury to givc the rest of tho country a good *''" meet w'*n mery he'p and otioour-  Pryce, .pianoforte solo by Miss Allison run in point of quality. The variety ��g��mi!nt in tneir efforts t0 .-.waken  Hogarth, songs by Miss Frances I'pir-'ol the fruits and    vegetables on dis-  raore interest in floriculture.    Tho   en-  ike War Fronts  British and French in West  Make Striking Advances-  Pressing Germans Hard  have  suc-  have  Ger-  efforta of the offioers of the Association. The President, R. A. Copeland,  the    Vioe-Prosident,    M. Hereron as.'  Messrs. W.B.M. Calder,  and H. W. Raymer  SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY DAY  Sunday Sohool Rally Day was ��*���  served in the Methodist church on Sun  day last with a children's servioe in  the morning in which the orchestra  took part, a number ol girls gaves  motion song and the pastor, by the  use of objects got tho closest atten  tion of adults as woll as children.  At tho afternoon session of the Sunday school both the Homo Department  and Cradle Roll were largely repre  seated. A splendid program waa fur  nished in whloh tho orchestra took a  prominent part. The solos ol Me*  dames Dilworth and Armstrong and  Hr. Seeley were also gri i.tly appreoiat  ed. '  Two motion songs were rendered by  tho children. The attendance was very  large.  In the evening the pastor spoke to  the young people on "The Glory of  Manhood" and prefaced his address  with a touching reference to the young  men now absent, ('her at the front  or on the way who were in the oity  a year ngo. The sermon was an appeal to build up strong personality,  The opinion was freely expressed that  the servioes were the most successful  rally servloss ever held In the church.  unsparingly for the fair, as have ths  other directors, Messrs. J. Bowes, A.  Cooke, C. C. Prowse, W. A. Soott, H..  S. Hall, J, Casorso, A. McQuarrie asrt  L. Dilworth, and the secretary, Mr,  W. M. Edwards, who had to take the  work in hand at short notico.  It is true there was a reduotion in  the number of entries in some of the  classes, but there was quit,, enough to  open the eyes of sumo of the strangers from the coaBt who have never  before had an opportunity of seeing  what the Kelowna district will produce- -And the smalltr entry was amply made up by the introduction of  ssveral new features such as the district and individual exhibits.  The weather on both days ol the  lair was ideal, the bright, warm sunshine eempting people out ol doors,  having a pleasant effect on the gate  receipts, which were in c'onasquonosj  nearly double that of last year.  The committees were also fortunate  in securing the presence of the Lieutenant-Governor of th. provinos, the'  Hon. F. Barnard, who in response to  an invitation made a special journo  Irom. Viotoria to be pr. s nt.  His Honor arrived on the afternoon  boat Tuesday and was met by the  President of the Association. Mr. B.A.  Copeland, and other members of th  directorate. After the usual greetings  the party motored down to the exhibition, whore the sports were in pro-  gross, and took up a position to lhe  front ol the grand stand. President  Copeland introduced the distinguished  visitor, who in a brief address expressed his pleasure in revisiting Kelowna,  During the oourse ol a very pleasant  trip up Irom Victoria, he said, his]  memory had gono baok to the former  years when hs used to visit this part  of British Columbia, and when ths  journey Irom the coast would take  him often eight or ten days to aocoirr|  plish. When he was told that h  could make the return journey in under 72 hours he felt a great desire  to visit this section ol the oountry  again and renew old aoquarntaaoes. It]  was thirteen years sinoe he was In ths  valley and he could not tail to ba  struck with the many changes whioh  had taken place. Tho agricultural development of tho country bad been re-]  markable*, and this district seemed  particularly well adapted for it. H  was looking forward with pleasure to  an inspection of the exhibits tn the  large hall. M^~^^  His Honor then withdrew to the hall  amid the cheering of the crowd an  the singing of the National Anthem.  The party which included Mr. Prios  Ellison and Col. Duff Stuart, nooom-  panied by the mayor and president of  the Association, spent some little time  in viewing the oghibita in tho hall,  the quality of the Iruit and vegetables  calling forth mnnv expressions of pleasure.  J. L. Pridham! son, Mrs.    .1. M. Harvoy, Mrs. A. L.  have all worked] Soames and    G. S. MoKenzie, reoita-  pl��y was somewhat of a   surprise   to tri"9 on tMs ��cc��8i<��> "a** kept sep-  mony    who have not followed tho de- *Taie hom tho   rost ��' thc 'tt,r-    the  tion by Miss .lanet Hogarth, and    a'velopmont of    the district lately    In  Institute making its own arrangements  cornet solo by a member of ths   J ith addition to a wealth of garden     and  rcg<"dlnK P�����s-   . Th" foBowmg is a  band.    Tho accompaniments were    in ' orchard    products    thero was a good ,,Rt *>' tl,e Prite ""nors:  the hands af Mr. Harold Tod Boyd.     display    of seed grains    and grasses, I Plant Seotion.  Beforo leaving the next day ior tho while in the    oemtre a dr'sscd porker  coast His Honor the LieuUnsnt-Ojv-' reared his head in a challenging    at-  C��'   ,,'011,��* hoU8e P''**lt*  1H'   *"'  ernor had an interview with the mom-  titude. "���  Lloyd-Jones,  bers, of the Patriotic Fund Commutes     Tno judging of the district exhibits   hmgle Geranium, 1st, Mrs   S. D. Co*  discussing arrangements lor lhe iron was done by Mr. W. E. Scott, Deputy1 0 I*���"' *"-' M'9' J>. D. I olquett*  looallv,  and  afterwards took  a     run [Minister of Agriculture, and Mr. F. D., .Wed Geranium, 1st, Mre.  Nicholson.     Mr. Scott had some very I    wh'tehead.  complimentary remarks to make upon \ j^*0���8' Ut' M.*8' W' M' *'al'ker'  tho exhibits, which he hoped would be  still further developed in future years.  Tho following table will show the basia  of iuo*ging. and the points scored by  each '^district:  over tbe benches hy automobile.  DISTRICT EXHIBITS  One of the most attractive features  of the fair was, of coins,, the district  exhibits in which Rutland, Glenraorsf]  Ellison and Benvoulin entered. Efforts  have been made before to ,rot tlioso  competitions started but this is the  first year in which tho various districts have thrown thamsslvos heartily  into the scheme, the result being highly creditable to all concerned, li, is  safe to say that this' friendly .rivalry  between neighboring farming communities will become one ol tho best departments of future fairs.  Tho Ellison people must* certainly  have hilt proud ot thoir attractive and  comprehensive display, whioh won a  well-deserved first prize ol $15 offered  by Mayor .tones. The .'xhib't covered  a wide range of agricultural activity,  J.    B.  , I Fern, any variety, 1st, Mrs. S. D. Cot-  |    quette, 2nd, Mrs. W. D. Brent.  Plant of any'other kind, ltrt, Mrs. H.  Newby.  if a   s  11 1  a. si w  3  "3  3  p  0  >  g  3  Display .    .    .  150   130  100  115  120  Fruit  .    .  .    ,  150    42  106  27  12  Vegetables   .   .  ISO   120  75  100  50  NTo. of kinds  150  120  110  50  50  Other products  400   300  350  140  150  Dug  1st,  :   C.  ���Mi-  Totals  1000   712   641   432  382  INDIVIDUAL RANCH DISPLAYS  In tho south-east corner of the buil-  and spoko volumes Ior tho possibilities ding were two very striking and inter-  ol thot section. Apparently there had j e8nnK displays Irom the ranches of  been    no. laok of material lo choosojthe Bankhead Orohard Co., and "Clo-  BANQUET AND CONCEBT  His Honor then left lor the residence  ol Alderman    R. A. Copeland, whose  from in putting up the exhibit, lhe  plan comprised a central pyramid, a  veritable mountain o' high-grade pro-  ducts (rom the field, garden, und orchard, dressed poultry, geese, rabbits,  a sucking pig, and even nuts. The  women too, contributed thoir share  in beautifully iced cakes, I.rend, butter  jams, pickles, bottled fruits, and honey. In the foreground picked out in  erab apples was tho name "Ellison."  And perhaps what tho boys considered  tho most attractive item of all should  not be forgotten, n well-built, full-sil-  od biplane glider, suspended ovor the  oxhibit, the work we understand of  Ralph Bulman and Ihe Silke boys.  The nmateui- aviators have had lots  of fun with their machine which will  carry them to tho height ol twenty  feet or more.  The Rutland exhibit whieh occupied  th* north-east corner of the building  also gave evidence ol the enthusiasm  and energy wjiioh Rutland generally  manages to put into ils undertakings,  Tho main feature of the display was  a background of rosy-red Gano apples,  with tier on tier of fruits and vegetables, honey in pot nnd comb, pickles, jams and jellies, while the floor  and lower tier was given up to larger  vegetable, big squash; seed whoat and  oats. Round tho walls whioh wero al  so handsomely decorated with colored  paper, were sheaves of grasses nnd  grains, and on oaoh side giant stalks  of oorn. An archway of colored paper formed the front of tho space, while  a frieze of the same material tini.hed  the baok ground. Packed boxes ol  fine apples nnd more vegetables!} had  overflowed the space alloted and were  guest he was    to be (or the evening, J arranged to one side.   The displ \y was  returning at 6.M to a b.nquet which awarded second prise, 110.   given   by  had been prepared in Raymer's lfoll. Mr. L. F,. Taylor.  The gnosis Included tho dirsetors    ell   The Benvoulin exhibit occupied   tbe  vordale," Mr. Thos. Bulman's place at  Ellison, and suggested a department  which mignt bo developed with advantage to future fairs, providing keen  competition between individual growers. There were no prises offered this  year and the two collections were pure  ly exhibition displays.  The Bankhead Orchard Co.'s display  was probably tho most interesting,  from a horticultural point ol view, in  the whole fair, and certainly did very  great credit to the gardener at the  ranch, Mr. W. Lewes. Of special note  were soms magnificent specimens ol  Egg plant of wh!cn tho ranoh has  shipped a considerable quantity. Soros  of those weighed up to three pounds.  Many different varieties of squash'were  shown, and also such out-of-the-way  products ns gnrliek and .Inpanesc Bot-  tlo Calabash. There was also an un-  usuallv good showing of ['eld corn, including some vory lino oars, musk melon, Spanish onions, and p ppers. Mr.  I.awes also showed a now variety oi  tomato* which he has developed�����  yollow pear-shaped variety to whloh  he has given the name of "King Ai-  phonso."  Tho exhibit from Mr. T. Bulman's  "Cloverdale" ranch also made a fine  showing both in arrangement and quality of the goods. The space was enclosed ia a fence built of musk melon  Cut Flower Section  Best arranged mixed bouquet, 1st, Mrs  Chick, 2nd, Mrs. Duggan.  ' B uquet ol Sweet Peas, 1st, Mrs.     C.  O'Neil, 2nd, Miss Mary Ferrier.  Collection of annuals, 1st, Mrs.  gan, 2nd, Mrs. S. .1. Weeks.  Six Asters    ol    assorted    colors,  Miss Marion Prowse, 2nd, Mrs.  Harvey.  Six  Chrysanthemums of nssortei  ors, 2nd, Mrs, Hewetson  Six  Dahlias of assorted colors,    "'1st  Miss Marion Prowse, 2nd, Mrs. W.B  M. Calder.  Four Sweet Peas of    assorted colors,]  1st,    Mrs.     S. J, Weeks, 2nd, Mrs.  Chink.  Four Stocks (double; of assorted col  ors, 1st, Mrs. Hewetson, Snd,     Mrs.  Weeks.  Four Zinnias, of assorted colors, 1st,  Mrs.    Howetson,   2nd,    Mrs.    S. J.  Weeks.  The war, news this week has taken  on a different tone and although despatches are scarce and brief, there is  sufficient ��� to indicate that'a'new offensive of a gigantic character, is developing on the western front, and that  the British and French armies  already met with some striking  cesses. Considerable advances  been made and many miles ol  man trenches captured; The enanuo's  losses too have been enormous, confirmed despatches placing them at over 120,000.  Whatever may be the final issue of  events now in hand along the western  front, it can, at least.be said that  the Germans are hard pressed. Every  available man in Belgium is being  flung into the defence. Troops newly  arrived are being rush-id to the posts  without an hour's rest, while villages  and frontier posts are being denuded  of their guards in an endeavor to  meet tho allies' onslaught.  The German losses are described as  frightful. The roar of cannon oan hs  heard ceaselessly at places well inside  tbe Zeeland frontier, and an endless  procession 'of Germnn wounded is pouring into towns and villages behind  the German lines in Belgium.  Decrease in Volume  of First Class Mail  High School Team Wins  Baseball Tournament  One of the most attractive features  ol tho sports program at the fair was  the baseball tournament, in which the  Ellison, Rutland and Kelowna High  Sohool took part.  Owing to the heavy card ot other  sports arranged for the fair the baU  games were played in the mornn;  and good crowds turned out to witness the contests.  On Tuesday morning the local high  school crossed bats with the Rutland  team, the former winning by a score  ol 11 to 4.  The final game, on Wednesday morning between the high sohool and Ellison also tell to the lot ol the high  school in one al the closest and most  stubbornly contested games that has  ever been witnessed between teams d!  this oalibre, tho high school finally  winning 5 to 4.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p Mr. W. R. Trench, acted as umpire  and pumpkin, and on tho tiers behind ������ both contests, and while H was  wore arranged field produoo of all] Mr. Trenoh's first attempt at handling  kinds, seeds and nursery stook. Ths the indicator he gavo completo satls-  name "Cloverdale" and "Okanagan' (action to all cpnoerned and managed  Development and Orchard Co." 'was. to pull through without a single kiok  ingeniously marked out on a dirk being registered against his decisions,  back-ground with carrots and   siring, ��� (eat seldom seen in baseball and one  ol whioh Mr. Trench must feel justly  proud.  The members   of the winning team  each reoeived a baseball glove as    a  reward lor their work.  beans.  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS  A portion ol the north side ol   the  hall was divided in spaces snd alloted  The volume of 'Canada's first-class  nail, according to the "Ottawa Citizen" has decreased, since the outbreak  of tho war, 30 per cent.  In a recent issue* the "Citisen" sayst  Since the imposition of the war  tax on letters and postcards, the volume ol mail matter, posted in Canada,  has decreased about 30 per cent. The  war tax was expected to add a little  over fifty per cent, to the post offioe  revenue, but, in consequence of the  economy nractiscd by tho public in the  'matter of saving on letters, etc., the  increased revenue has been considerably less than anticipated. Tn the  first four months of the operation of  tho war tax, the department's revenue  has increased by 11,100,000 or about  30 per oent. as compared with the  corresponding period of last year. A  largo part ol this increase, however,  due to the sale ol stamps for  cheques, money orders, etc. The minister of finanoe estimated last-session  that the war tax would bring ht an  additional revenue ol from twenty to  twenty-live million i dollars. Present  indications are that the speoial taxes  will not aggregate more than hall tho  amount!' Tho net results can not bs  exactly determined in view ol the fact  that thore is no means of ascertaining  what the drop in revenue- would have  been had no extra tariff or stanp  taxes been imposed."  PRINCETON MINISTER ArTKMITS  TO COMMIT SUICIDE  Rev. J. A. Gillam, a supposed religious maniac made* an unsuccessful  attempt to commit suicide Inst week  near ths railway construction oamp at  Ladner Creek, Coquihan'* Pass, by  slashing 'his throat with a raaor. Mr.  Gillam was a Presbyterian minister ol  Princeton and disappeared very mysteriously from ths*t plaos on tho morning ol Sunday, Sept. 5th. lis unfortunate man was removed to CMH*-  waok, where his trienis hope he will  soon recover in mind and body.  Miss Abercombie left Monday morning for her old home in Ontario.  Mr. D. It. Surtees left this week lor  New Zealand. .,  Amongst the officers visiting- from  Vernon thia week w*-e Brig.-Col. Dsst  Stuart, Lieut.-Col. Kirkpatrick; Llent.-  C01. Winsby, Major Perry, Major Hope  Capt, Callaghan, Capt. MacDonell,  Lieut. Martyr,, Lieut. WhitewWe, Lieut.  MeSpadden, Lieut. McDonald and other* Wrrjjr  PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   &ECOU)  KELOliUNH RECORD  PaWiahsd sv*ry Thursday at Kelowna,  British CelumhU  JOHN LEATHLBT  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  ���1.50   per   jser;   7Bo.,   .1*   months. United  State. Stt outs additional.  AU subMriptlons Derabl. la advene.  Subscriber, at the regular ret. cen havs  extra paper, mailed to (rianda at a distance  et HALF BATE. i.e.. 7" cant, ner vsor.  Thi. sDsoiel trrivllse. i. .Tantwl Inr th.  purptras of adverti.ini; tt. citv and disUict.  ADVSRTISINO RATES  LO00E NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC.. 1,8 cants oer column Inch i��r ��s��k.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 days. IS-  (10 der. 17.  WATER NOTICES--*!) lor live lea.rll.ma.  I.KC.AL  ADVERTISINU-Kir.t   lasKtioo.    12  cent, oer  line: .nrh  aub.SQU.lit Insertion.  S  rsnU Mr Ha*.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 c.nl.  car word    lint inaartion.  1 cant ner wool  eatift eubaeauent iruertlou.  UlsrLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inolip.  end under. 60 cats Der inch first icrtfon  ��\-ar two inch.. 40 Mot. Mr inch first in-  sertioa: 20 cut. Mr laefa each subMgu.nt  iaserties.  All chene*. in contract advertisements must  be I a tbe heeds of th. printer bv Tuesday  evening to   ensure   publication   la   the   rj.it  List oi Prize Winners  at the Fall Fair  Division  Poultry and Pet  Stock  (Judges:  E. A.Orr, All, Notley)  Bruhmas, Light.���Cock, 1st and 2nd,  Mack Copelund; Hen, 1st, -'nd and  3rd, Mack Copeland; Cockerel, 1st  and '2nd, Mack Copeland; Pullet, 1st  and 2nd, Mack Copeland; Pen old  birds, 1st, Mack Copeland; Pen of  young birds, 1st, Mack Copeland.  Plymouth Hock, Barred.���Cook, 1st, A.  D. Weddell, 2nd, 1).,Knnis; Hen, 1st  A. D. Weddell, 2nd, Maok Copeland,  .'Ini, A. 1). Weddell; Pullet, 1st and  2nd, A. D. Weddell; Cockcrei, 1st and  2nd, Mack Copeland; Pen old birds,  1st, Maok Copeland; Pen young  birds,, 1st, A. I). Weddell.  Wyandottes, White.���Hen, 1st, A. B.  Weddell; .Pullet, Ist, A. 1). Weddell.  Khode Island Hods, S.C.-Cock, 1st,  J. M. Harvey; Hen, 1st and 2nd, 3.  M. Harvey; Cockerel, 1st and 2nd,  .). M. Harvey; Pullet, 1st and 2nd,  .1. M. Harvev; Pen young birds, 1st  and 2nd, J. M. Harvey.  Bid English .Game.���Pullet, 1st and  2nd, Rembler Paul; Cockerel, 1st,  Rambler Paul.  Bark Cornish Game.���Cock, 1st. Rem  bier Paul; Hen, Ist, Rembler Paul;  Pullet, 1st and 2nd, Rembler Paul.  Black    Hinoroas, S.C.���Hrn, 1st    and.  2nd, Mrs. H. IL Riggs; Cockerel, 1st  2nd, 3rd, Ith. and 5th, Mrs.   H. D.  Riggs; Pullet, 1st. 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Mrs. H. I). Riggs.  White J-eghoim, S.C.-Cock, 1st. B.  Knnis; Hen, Ist and 2nd, B, Knnis:  Cockerel, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, B. Bonis, 4th, Mrs. C. ('. Prowse; Pullet,  1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1). Urmia, 4th, Mrs.  C. C. I'rowsc, 5th, 1). Ennis; Pen  young birds, 1st. I). Ennis, 2nd, Mrs  C. 0. Prowse, 3rd, B. Ennis.  White Orpingtons.-Hen, 1st. AH.,Notley; Coo'icrel, 1st and 2nd, ,VH. Notley; Pullet, 1st, Mrs. Oi C. Prowse;  Pen young birds, l��l, Mrs. C. C.  Prowse; I'tility |>cn, 1st, Mack Copeland, 2nd, .1. M. Harvoy,  llinck Polish, W.C.���Hon, 1st, Mrs. n.  II- Riggs-  Hamburgs.  Silver Spangled.���Hen, 1st  V. R. E. DeHart.  Silver Chmplnou.���Pen ; nJ n ��� liinli, Ist  .1. Biroh.  BANTAMS  Old l*'ng English (lame.���Cock, 1st,  Hugh McKenzie; Hen, Ist and 2nd,  Hugh MoKenzie, 3rd, II. T. Crowley;  Cockerel, 1st, II. T. Crowloy; J'ullol,  1st and 2nd, Hugh McKenzie.  Bull Cochins.-Cock, 1st, Mrs. H. B.  Riggs; jHen, 1st and 2nd. Mrs. H. D.  Riggs.      .  TURKEYS  Bronze.���Tom, old, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart  2nd, W. Blackwood; Hon, old, F.R.E,  DeHart, 2nd, W. B'ackwood; Tom,  young, 1st, F.R.E. Bnllart; Hen.  young, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  GEESE  Toulouse.���Oooso, old,  1st, Geo. Bay,  2nd, Mrs.    E. M. Barber, 3rd, W.  Blackwood; Candor,    old,, 1st, Geo.  Bay, 2nd, Mrs. E. M. Barber, 3rd,  W. Blackwood; Goose, young, 1st,  Geo. Day; Gander, young, 1st. Geo.  Day.  DICKS  Pokin���Drake, 1st, Mrs. E. Fleteher;  Duck, 1st, Mrs. F. Fletcher.  Indian Runner.���Brake, old, 1st, F.R.  K. DeHart, 2nd, Geo. Bay; Buok,  old, 1st. F.R.E. BoHart, 2nd, Geo.  Day; Brake, yoing, Ist. Br. Boyce,  2nd, Mrs. F. Fletcher, 3rd, Geo. Bay;  Duck, young, 1st, Coo. Day, 2nd, Dr.  Boyce, 3rd, Mrs. F. Fletcher.  While Muscovy.���Pen. 1st, .1. A. Morrison.  EGGS  Twelve White.���Ist I). Ennis, 2nd, .1.  A. Morrison, 3rd, S. .1. Weeks.  Twelve Tinted.���1st, Mrs. E. Mackenzie, 2nd, S.  J. Weeks. ���     I  Divi-ian 2.    Horses  (Judge; S. II, Shannon)  STALLIONS  Clydesdale Stallion��� 1st,  li. Munson.  Hackney Slallion.���1st, Erie Bart.  Thorough! rod Stallion.���1st H. humbly  Standnrdbnrd     Stallion. ��� 1st .lames  Richardson.  HEAVY DRAFT HORSES  Team in harness.���1st, .1. Bowes, 2nd,  Geo. Thompson.  Filly or Gelding, 2 years old.���1st, L.  Dilworth, 2nd, Mrs. M. 15. Camiron.  Foal of 1915.���1st, Geo. Day, 2nd,  MetcaH and Stroll.  GENERAL PURPOSE HOUSES  Team in Harness.���1st, Geo. Billon,  2nd, W. H. H. McDougall.  Mare with foal.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Filly or gelding, 2 years old���Ist. J,  L. Pridham, 2nd, A, Mcl'unrric.  Foul ol 1915.���lat L. Dilworth, 2nd,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  ROADSTERS  Filly or gelding, 1 year old.���1st. J.  N. Cnmeron.  Filly or gelding, 2 years old.���lstKrla  Dnrt,  Foal of 1U15.-1.1, Dr. Boyce, 2nd, W.  11.  Fleming.  Single Roadster in Harness.���1st Casorso Bros, 2nd, J, S. Mackenzie.  SADDLE HORSES  Saddle Horse.���1st, A. 15. Sixnec'-, 2nd  It. Munson.  Saddle pony, ridchn by boy undi r 14.  -1st    W.  11.  Fleminj, 2nd, Casorso  Bros.  Saddle pony, ridden by girt undor 14.  ���1st, .1. S. Mackenzie.  SHETLAND PONIES  Shetland Marc and Foal ol HIlG.-lst  Rambler Paul, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Shetland Team in harness.���1st J.  Nicol.  Division 3.   Cattle  (Judge: S. H. Shannon)  Durhams.���Cow, 3 years or over,���1st,  Dr. Boyce; Heifer calf, under 1 year,  1st, Br. Boyce.  Red Polled.���Bull, any ago, 1st, L  Dilworth; Cow, 3 years or over, Is'  and 2nd, L. Dilworth.  Holsteins.���Bull, any ago, 1st, Mrs  Barlee; Cow, 3 years or over, 1st,  Jas. Couptand, 2no\ Alan Wilson:  Heifer calf, under 2 years, 1st. J.  Conlin, 2nd, Mrs. Bailer.; Heifer call,  under 1 year, Ist, Mrs. Barlee, 2nd,  Jas. Coupland.  Jerseys.���Bull, any age, Ist, W. Blackwood; Cow, 3 years or over, 1st. .1.  Conlin; ('aw, undor 3 years, 1st W.  Blackwood; Heiler calf, undir 21  years old, 1st W. Blaokwood; Heifer  calf, under I year, 1st, W. Blaokwood. ��� |  Ayrslrires. ��� Bull,    any ago,   Isl,  Dr.  ' Boyce; Cow, under 3-years, Isl and  2nd, Dr. Boyce; Heifer call, under 2  yi-nrs, Isl, Br. Boyce: Heiler calf under 1 year, Ist Br. Boyae;' Bull call,  Ist, Br. Boyce.  Grade cattle for dairy purpoS s.���Cow,  1st. A. MoQunrrio, 2nd, W. Blaokwood; Heller, 2 yoars, Ist. Bankhead  Orchard Co.. 2nd, W. II. Fleming-,  Heifer, 1 year. 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co., 2nd. Ceo. Bay.  Grade cattle for boof.���Cow, 1st and  2nd, R. Munson: Heifer, 2 years, let  and 2m), It. Munson; Heifer. 1 year,  1st, W. II. Fleming.  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights oi the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion ot  the Provinoe oi British Columbia, may  ba leased lor a term ol twenty-one  years at an annual rental ol $1 an  acres. Not more than 2,500 cures  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications lor the lease must be  made by ths applioant in parson to  ths Agent ol Sub-Agent ol the district  in which the rights applied lor ars  situated.  In surveyed territory ths land must  bs described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory ths traot applied lor  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh application must be aoootn-  panied by a iee ol 15 whieh will ba  refunded il ths rights applied lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable output oi the mine at the  rate oi live cents par ton.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish ths agent with.sworn returns  accounting lor the roll quantity oi  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. II the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, auch  returns shall be furnished at least  onos a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but ths losses may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary lor the working oi  the mine at ths rate ot f 10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary , ol  the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands. v  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister ol the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not be paid for.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  (Continued on Pivt 8.,  LuTtt Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on   *  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kclowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  0*mfSll*OI*m*Smtm*m+m*+m'Sm*m*Stt*m*SltSu***t*^^  THUHSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1016  I       .L.I '  I,. I II        ,1   ,1      ..      1  The Careful  Housewife  is never so careful about anything as about  the groceries she buys (or the family table.  And rightly so. The largest portion of the  wee'-.ly income goes in supplying the wants  of the family, in the eating line.  You can save money  by buying the best  The best is the cheapest in the long  run as every good cook knows. Price is  not by any means the only standard to use  in judging value of article of food supply.  We take a pride in the  Quality of our good*  and by careful buying can guarantee you  satisfaction with your purchases.  The best of service from  THESTOREOFi  PHONE 35 PHWiE 35  WE STILL BUY LOCAL BUTTER AND PAY 35c PER POUND  We have what you wan* in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.    Dolivery prompt. <   Satisfaction guaranrssd.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, United  D. LLOYD.JONES MenssiM-Dirscto  The End of  the big Sale  of Furniture  SATURDAY  October 20  for 3 Grand Prizes  will take place  Sat, at 8,...  $45 Gramaphone  $15 Morris Chair  $7.50"Grase Chair  , will ba. Given Away  Your last chance to buy  at these phenomenally.  low prices  ���  $1.25 Door Mats   ^  ������a*sn^-sii.��4^��.j��a��WsisW4*^e^��^.^-iB^.1(^^  Up to $2.50 Musk Rolls  Your choice 39c  25c and 30c Wide Curtain Net.   Now   12��c  $2.75  Wool Blankets.  . Pexpair   -      $1.9fr'  ~mmmm~m   I  30c Brass Curtain Poles  |,  Sale, price is   -      15t  i��si ii ���  $20.00 Baby Carriages.  Extra special   -      $7  The final windup of Kelowna's great Furniture Sale. Positively your last chance  to save from one-fourth to one-half on Furniture, Carpets, Curtain Goods, Blankets,  Rugs, &c. Hundreds of people have taken advantage of our low sale prices. You  have just one more chance. Sale will end Saturday, October 2nd. The Special  Prices will be discontinued after this sale. . Hurry up now, get busy I  The height of folly to  wait and pay more when  you can buy now at  these prices  Brass Se^Ciut*ain Rods  Saleprice    2 fOf &C  LINOLEUM  ud Flosr Oildstks  25 percent.  LESS  than the catalogue  prices, delivered  I     in Kclowna  $4.75 Iron Beda. Full  aize   -        -   $3.10  $20 Braas Beds, specially priced, at    $12  $16 Steel Bed Couch  Willi .Felt   Mattreaa..  Now priced $12.50  A $12  Upholstered  Couch (or      $&7S  Big Reduction  in Prices. Wonderful Money-  Saving Opportunities in High-  Grade Furniture, Dining Room  Suites, Bedroom Suites, Bullets,  Dressing Tables, Chairs, Chiffoniers, Pianos, Ate,  $12 Hardwood Dressers, now  ���   $7.75  $5.30 Felt top Mat-  (reaaes. Special $3.95  $9 All Felt Mat.  tresses, fine sateen  tick covered. Sale  price is '���   $6.50  Oar Sals Priest art  Much Lower  than Mail-  orderHouses  ,and you sav* the  freight; Bring in  your catalogue &  make comparisons  $6 Oil  Gilt Frames  in  n  2 Prize Coupons  with every dollarpu/chase  $10 Tapestry Carpet,  7.6x9ft. Special   $g  To to $12 Carpets, now  reduced to only      $7  $24   Brussels   Carpet  9x9ft. Special    $f5  Double Coupons  Two coupons Jot drawing  with every dollar purchase THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 30, 1915  KELOWNA  IECOAD  PAGE THUXB  If You Are a  i  Lover of the  Weed  If you have a weakness for  Tobacco, and are a bit particular in regard to it, you ahould  get your auppliea here.  We are particular, also, and  strive to carry juat the  Cit.r,, Ci,.^,,  Tobaccos, Pipes; &c.  thai will give the greateat plea-  aure and satisfaction  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  It Pays to Wait for the Best  Alvin E. Perkins  Expert Piano Toner  and the best recommended  man in Canada will be in  Kelowna some time during  October, and will call upon  his many customers.  Orders may be left with  Mr. D. W. SUTHERLAND  LIST OF FAIR PRIZE WINNERS  (Continued Irom Page Two)  .Try a Record Want. Ad-  Division 4. Pigs  Hereron, Snd, Bankhead Orohard Co.  Pair spring pigs, 6 months or under,  pure bred, 1st, Bankhead Orohard  Co.  Any Breed.���-Pair bacon pigs, any age,  1st, F.R.E. DeHart, 2nd, Bankhead  Orohard Co.; Pair spring pigs under  6 months, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart, 2nd,  Bankhead Orohard Co.  Chester White.���Sow, 1st and 2nd, F.  R. E. DeHart.  Division 5.   Sheep  Shropshire.���Ram, registered, 1st, Tan  Bankhead Orohard Co.  Any' Breed.���Pair mutton sheep, 1st,  Bankhead Orohard Co.; Pair spring  lambs, 1st, Dr. Boyos, 2nd, "Bank-  head Orchard Co.  Division 6.   Dairy Produce  Dairy Butter, not less than 3 pound.  in prints made' by exhibitor, 1st Mrs.  W. Newton, Oyama, 2nd W. J. Rankin.  Dairy Butter, not less than 5 pounds  in tub or crook made by exhibitor,  1st, Mrs. W. D. Harvey, Snd, Mrs. A  L. Cross.  Honey in Comb, 1st, W. J. Rankin,  2nd, Thos. Barber.  Honey, extracted, 1st, W. .1. Rankin,  Snd, Thos. Barber.  Observation Nucleus, 1st, W. J. Rankin, 2nd, Thos. Barber.  Collection ol Jams and Jellies.���1st  Mrs. A. D. Monsees, 2nd, Mrs. Hewetson.  Canned fruits, six Jars.���1st, Mrs. H.  G. M. Gardner, 2nd Mrs. S. Gray.  Collection of Pickles, 6 jars.���1st Mrs,  A. L. Cross, 2nd, Mrs. H. Newby.  Division 7.   Vegetables  (Judges:   W. S. . Middleton and  H. V. Chaplin)  Beans.���Scarlet   Runner, in pud, best  dish, 1st, Mrs. S. Gray, 2nd, W. F.  Bouvette.  Beans, bush, in    pod, 1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co., 2nd, A. D. Monsees.  Beets, Globe,   1st,   Bankhead Orchard  Co., Snd, A. C. Anderson.  Carrots.-Short Horn, 1st, W. H. Fleming, 2nd, W. Blackwood.  Carrots.���Intermediate, 1st, Land   and  Agricultural Co., ol Canada,    2nd,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Carrots.���Long    Red,    1st, H. G. M.  Gardner, Snd, W. F. Bouvette.  Cabbage.��� Two best summer. 1st, W.  Berkshires.���Boar,    any   age,  let, M.  H. Fleming.  Cai*age.-Two best winter, let 0. B,  WeekH, Snd, Bulkhead Orchard Co.  Cabbage.���Two beat red. 1st, W. Gay.  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Cantaloupes, two, 1st, A. D. Monsees.  Cauliflower, two heads, 1st Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Calery.-White Plums, 1st C. E.-Weeks.  Celery.���Winter, 1st, T. G. Speer. -  Citron, 1st, Bankhead Orohard Co.,  2nd, T. Bulman.  Corn, table, 1st, Bankhead Orohard  Co., 2nd, A. D. Monsees.  Cucumbers, best brace, green,    grown  under glass, 1st, C. E. Weeks.  Cucumbers, best brace, green, grown in  open air, 1st, Land and Agricultural  Co., of Canada, 2nd, Bankhead Orohard Co.  Cucumbers, best dish for pickling, 1st,  C. E. Weeks.  Melons, Water, (si, Bankhead Orohard  Co., 2nd, W. Blaokwood.  Melons, Musk, 1st, Land and Agricultural C0., of Canada, 2nd, C. E.  Weeks.  Onions, Yellow Globe Danvers, 1st, W.  H. Fleming, Snd, H.G.M. Gardner.  Onions, Flat Danvers, 1st W. H. Fleming.  Onions, Prize Taker, 1st, Bankhead Orohard Co.  Onions, Red WethersfieM, 1st, Bank-  head Orohard Co.  Onions, White Globe, 1st, W. H. Fleming.  Onions, Improved Connecticut Yellow  Globe. 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Onions, White Pickling, 1st, C. tt  Weeks.  Onions, Yellow Pickling, 1st C. B.  Weeks.  Onions, Collection correctly named, 1st,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Parsnips, 1st, Mrs. M. E. Cameron,  Snd, H.G.M. Gardner.  Peppers, 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.,  Snd, W. Gay.  Potatoes, Early Rose, 1st, H. G. M.  Gardner, Snd, Land a-il Agricultural  Co., ol Canada.  Potatoes, Satisfaction, 1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Potatoes, Netted Gem, 1st Newton  Bros., Oyama, Snd, Ban'theajd Orohard Co.  Potatoes, largest, 1st Bankhead Or  nhard Co.  Potatoes, new variety not before exhibited, 1st, F. A. Taylor, Snd, C.  E. Weeks.  Potatoes, any other variety, named,  1st, Mrs. Hewetson, 2nd, C. A. V.  Butler.  Potatoes, best collection, 12 of each,  correctly named, 1st E. B. Powell.  Pumpkins, for table use,  1st,    Bank-  head Orohard Co;  Squash, best two, any variety, table  I use, 1st Hrs. M. E. Cameron, Snd,  ' Bankhead Orchard Co.  | Squash, best two, Hubbard, let Bank-  | head Orchard Co., 2nd, A. L. Cross.  Tomatoes, 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co..  Snd, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Tomatoes, bent collection, 6 oi   eaoh,  correctly named,    1st, Bankhead Orchard Co. 2nd, T. Bulman.  Vegetable   Marrow,   1st,.   Mrs. M. E.  Cameron, Snd, C. A. V. Butler.  Best   collection oi   garden vegetables,  1st. W. Gay.  Division 8.   Field Produce  (-Judges:   W. S. Middleton and  H. C. Chaplin)  Carrots, 6 long, white, 1st, Mrs. M.E.  Cameron, 2nd, Dr. Boyos.  Cabbage, 2 heaviest heads, 1st, C. E.  Weeks.  Field Com, 12 ears, 1st, F. A. Taylor,  Snd, R.E. Hurries, (per E. Marvin).  Mangold Wurtucls,   5 globe, 1st,     T.  Bulman, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Mangold    Wurtzels, 5   long red, 1st,  Bankhead    Orchard Co., 2nd,    Joe.  -Harvey si.  Pumpkins, 2 haviest,    1st, Bankhead  Orohard Co., 2nd, W. D. Harvey.  Sugar Beets, 5 long, 1st, Land & Agricultural Co., ol Canada, Snd.   W.  Blackwood.  Squash, 2 largest,    1st; Geo. Thompson.  Division 9.   Fruits  APPLES  For Home and Commercial Planting  Wealthy, 1st, H. G. M. Gardner, Snd,  Geo. Thompson.  Mcintosh, 1st, J. McLaughlin, Peaohland, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Wegener, 1st, H. G. M. Gardner, Snd,  A. D. Monsees.  Jonathan, 1st, H. H. MacLeay, 2nd,  J. S. Mackenzie.  Northern Spy, 1st, H. G. M. Gardner.  Snd, A. H. Crichton.  Grimes' Golden, 1st, .1. N'icol, 2nd. J.  McLaughlin.  Spitzenberg, 1st, .1. Conlin, 2nd, Kelowna Land k Orchard Co.  Yellow Newtown Pippin, 1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co., '"n ', Ke'owna Land k  Orchard Co  Cox Orange Pippin, 1st, H.G.M. Gardner, 2nd, Kelowni I.- nd k Orchard  Co.  Best collection of Commercial Apples,  5 varieties, 5 of each, 1st, Kelowna  Land k Orohard Co., 2nd, H. G. M.  Gardner.  FALL VARIBTlBS'  Alexander, 1st, C. E. Weeks, 2nd, Geo.  Thompson.  Blenheim Orange, 1st. H.G.M. Oardnfr,  2nd, Geo. Thompson.  Canada Baldw'n, la', Geo. Thompson.  Fall St. Lawrence, 1st, Banldwod Orchard Co., Snd H. G. M. Gardner.  Gravenstein,   1st, T.   G. Speer, Snd,  Mrs. D. W. Crowley.  King, 1st, J. McLaughlin, 2nd, A. H.  Crichton.  Ontario, 1st, II. G.M. Gardner,    Snd,  J. McLaughlin.  Ribston Pippin,    1st, R. E. Harries,  (per E. Marvin).  Snow, 1st, T. Barber, Snd, II. G. M  Gardner.  Twenty-ounce Pippin, 1st, R. Munson,  2nd, Geo. Thompson.  Any other variety, summer or loll, 1st  J. L. Pridham, Snd, A. H. Crichton.  Best collection of Fall Apples, 1st,. J.  McLaughlin, Snd, Bankhead Orchard  Co.  WINTER VARIETIES  Baldwin, 1st, A. II. Crichton, Snd, J,  McLaUglin.  Belle de Boskoop, 1st, Bankhead Or  chord Co., 2nd, J. Conlin.  Ben Davis, 1st, T. Bulman, 2nd, H.G.  M. Gardner.  Blue Pearmain,    1st,   J. McLaughlin,  2nd, W. H. Fleming.  Canada Bed, 1st, R. Munson, Snd, R.  E. Harriss (per E. Marvin).  Delicious, 1st, H. H. MacLeay,    Snd,  F.R.E. DeHart.  Gano, 1st, T. Barber, 2nd, R. Munson.  Golden Russett,    1st, J. L. Pridham,  2nd H.G.M. Gardner.  Hubbardston Nonsuch,   1st, F. R. E.  DeHart, Snd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Lawyer, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart, Snd,    A.  L. Cross.  Rhode Island Greening,  1st,  R.  Munson, 2nd, T. W. Si Taylor.  Rome Beauty, 1st, J. McLaughlin, Snd  Newton Bros., Oyama.  Salome, 1st, J. Conlin.  Seek-No-Further,  Ist, .1.-Conlin, Sal,  F.R.E. DeHart.  Stark, 1st, J. McLaughlin, Snd, J.L.  Pridham.  Sutton Beauty, 1st, Mrs. M. E. Cameron, 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Tolman Sweet, 1st, ('. E. Weeks, Snd,  T. W. S. Taylor.  Winter Banana, 1st, T. G. Speer, 2nd,  A. D. Monsees.  Winessp, 1st,    H. H. MacLeay,  'Snd,  Newton Bros, Oyama.  Yellow BeUflower, 1st,    H.G.M. Gardner, Snd, Dr. Boyce.  Any other variety,    Winter, 1st, Kelowna Load k Orchard Co., 2nd,   H.  G. X. Gardner. ',  Wiemer Dessert, 1st, T. 0. Spear, Snd*  T. Barber.  Best collection ol Winter Apples,   1st,  Kelowna Land It Orchard Co.,  Sod,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  CRAB APPLES  Floreooe, 1st, F.R.E.. DeHart.  Hyslop, 1st, J. McLaughlin, Snd, T.  Barber.  Transcrnlent, 1st, .1. McLaugUb.  PEASS  Bartlett, 1st.     H. H. MacLeay, Sad,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Beurre d'Anjou, 2nd, Kdowna Land tk  Orchard Co.  Beurre Boussock, 1st, A. C. Anderson*,  Snd, F.R.E. DeHart.  Beurre Hardy, 1st, Bankhead Orchard  Co.  Bosk, 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Clairgeau, 1st, X. C. Anderson,    Snd,  Bankhead Orchard Ca. <  Duchssse d'Angouleme,   1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co., Snd, Jas. Harvey, sr.  Flemish Beauty, 1st, A. C. Anderson,  2nd, Bankhead Orehard Co.  Howell,  1st,   Bankhead Orehard Co.,  Snd, A. C. Anderson.  Idaho, 1st, Bankhead Orchard Go.  Louise Bonne de Jersey, 1st Bankhead  Orohard Co., Snd F.R.E. DeHart.  Lincoln, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  Seckel, 1st, R. Munson, Snd, F. li. B.  DeHart.  Vicar ol Wakefield, 1st, Bankhead Orohard Co.  Winter Nells,    1st, Bankhead Orchard  Co., Snd, A. C. Anderson.  Any other variety, 1st F.R.E. DeHart,  Snd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Collection of pears, five varieties, five  ol each, 1st, A. C. Anderson,    Snd,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  PLUMS  Bradshaw, 1st, J. McLaughlin.  Burbank, 1st,    Kelowna   Land     and  Orohard Co.  Columbia, 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Coe's    Golden    Drops,    1st, Kelowna  Land k Orchard Co., Snd, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Green Gage, 1st, C. F. Rush.  Grand Duke, 1st, Kelowna Land   and  Orohard Co.  Lombard, 1st, T. Barber.  Maynard, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  Pond's Seedling, 1st, Kelowna   Land  is Orchard Co., 2nd, A. D. Monsees.  Rivers' Black Diamond, 1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co., 2nd, Kelowna Land   its  Orchard Co.  (Continued on Page Eight)  Everybody is Taking Advantage of the Gigantic  PRICE CUTTWG AT RAFS  5SS55S5SSE5S55S35S-~  This week will reach the clim.ax for Bargains in FALL and WINTER Goods  The stock is going but fast.    Bring in the whole family this week and get  them outfitted for the winter at about half the price you will have to pay when this store is closed.  We may receive  word any day  to close down  the store and remove the stock  to some larger  town so we give  you fair warning to stock up  now on all goods  we have at the  present cut price  Mens Heavy  Wool Sweaters  Reg. $6.50 and $7        *A Cf)  Now Going at   0T.JC  Large lot Men's  Sweaters, now  95t  Mens Underwear  at cut prices. $J per suit and up.  Heavy Winter Shirts  for Men at at little over HALF  their regular value  // will pay you  to visit the store  daily as you  may see many  things you will  need for the  coming winter.  Boots and Shoes  for the whole family at prices you  will never see again in Kelowna.  Men's Boots from   $1.25 Up  Boys School Boot-   $1,50 Up  Girls Boots from    $1.25 Up  Mens Overcoats  for Winter Wear  Now on Sale  Ladies' & Misses  Winter Coafe  Now oh Sale  You will find astonishing values  in seasonable  goods in every  department and  now by thc way business is humming we  don't expect the stock  will last long so take  quick action and  stock up now for  future needs  as  all merchandise is  advancing hist on the  wholesale markets.  RAE CLEARING OUT THE RICHMOND STOCK  .-..in   ' ��ii PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 19161  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (incorporaieiJ~i954)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  Feed Your Cows  on Alfalfa  When the calf  is three weeks old  ta��e it to lhe K.L.O.  Ranch and get for  it a ton of Prime  Alfalfa Hay.  Other Animals  ta^en in trade for  Hay.  Builders* & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Financial Agents       Rents Collected  Properties Managed  Accident, Fire, Life,  Marine and Employers'  Liability Insurance  JERMAN HUNT  LIMITED  New   Wool Sweater  Coatsof Special Value  stVl   Just received, a large assortment of New Sweater  jj    Coats in the newest shades and weaves.    Your  closest inspection is cordially invited to these moct  remarkable values:  One atyle comes with Storm Collar in Cardinal, Grey, Maroon,  Havana, Copenhagen, Cadet and Fawn ofms. #0  Wool Sweater Coat, with Belted Back and V Neck, in Copenhagen, Old Rose, Scarlet and Cadet; fancy weave'...$4.95  Rhone 361  Kelo  >wna  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Sergt. Tom Allen, of the iBwl Hut  tulion is    amongst the visitors    from!  Vernon this week.  * #   *  Private lun MacKae, a runner ''hief  uf police in KeliiWrifl was anion.: the  soldiers visiting foi1 the (all i-iir.  * *    *  Corp. C V. Moubray of llie 17th  Battalion nnfl  l.ance Corp.  I.. Walker  of ih�� ti-nil HaHalion were down from  Vernon  for  tho     week-end  with Mrs.  Muiibray at <>lt nnmre, returning Tuesday  morning.  * '#    #  The local chapel of tho Typographical Union have this week learned of  tho death of Mr*. Wm. Skinner iuiH  infant son on Sunday lust at Vurnou  and wish to extend thoir heartfelt  sympathy to Mr. Skinner in his Imj-  roavement.  * #   ft  The members o: thn I,adits' Hospital  Aid aro requested to make sin-cia! note  of the change in date of the annual  meeting which has been advertised hr  Saturday, Oetobei: 2nd. This date haB  been changed to Monday, Ootober 4th  nt W p.m., and tho mc tin-* is to tako  place in the Hoard of Trade rooms,  * tt    *  The Annual Harvest Thanksgiving  service will be hold at St. Michael aad  All Angels church on Sunday next,  October 3rd. There will bo a celobra*  tion of Holy Communion at 8 o'clock,  Matins and Holy Commun:on at 11  o'clock, Evensong at 7.311. Tho special Harvest Service appointed by the*  Synod will be used.  ��   ��   *  The members of the Epworth League  of the Methodist church regret that  the attendance at the'meeting  Monday night, September 27th was not  as large as was hoped for, as tho sub*  jeet for study was of great importance. Mr. Rog ������ ������ -i most interesting talk on th; "Economic" phase  of Prohibition. All who were present  thoroughly en'oyfcd it. rnd those who  wore     nut     there    missed     something  worth while. Como next Monday.  * *   *  Harvest Thanksgiving services will  bo held at Rutland ani Kliison Methodist churches . n October 10  Special programs of music will bo rendered and the rhurch<'s wn'l be decor  atcd with flowers. ve��ol-n'-l s en I fruit  suitable for the occasion, which will  afterwards be di nated lo th ��� Kolowna  Hospital and BrmVoleH Fundi Services will 1 ��� ��� "al hours and  sjwcial address �� will ! delivered by  Rev. Gordon "' u*   .  PROHIBITIONISTS HObi)   F.NTULS  %        1AST1C MKETINCI  A meeting was held last Thursday  evening in tho Hoard of Trade room  for the purpose of organizing a committee to tako charge of the Prohibition movement in the district. Thero  was a good attendance and the en  thusias.ni displayed have evory pro  mise that there will be no lack of  oncrgy displayed in advancing the  propaganda in Kelowna.  Mayor Jones and Mr. L, V. Rogers  finjt gave a brief outl*n> of the pro-  ceedingsof the convention at Vancouver to which thev were delegates from  Kelowna after which the following of  ficere were elected.  President.���J", A. Rigger.  Vice.-Pres.���Princii al flordon of the  Public School.  Sec.-Trens.���H, 0, .Tonkins.  And in addition on executive oommittee consisting of tho Rev. J, Ball,  Messrs, M. j. Curts, H. P. Riggs, J.  M. Brydone, C. S. McKomrie, D. TiOckie  E. C. Weddell, Geo. Thompson, L. V.  Rogers,, .7. W. .rones, R, A. Copeland, A. Oi McGregor and Dr. Oaddcs.  The following even'ng this oommittee met again and sub-committees for  finance, meetings, and publicity were  arrstoged. It is expect d thai very  shortly the provincial organizer, Dr.  McGuire, of Vancouver wiH be in  Kelowna to address a meeting.  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is dn-l  plex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  The Hon. Price Ellison was amongst  the visitors to the lair this week.  ��� #   ���  Mr. IV. H. Stevens, the dietriot sup-  erintondent ol government linue, il  motoring up from Pentioton today in  oompany with his brother(i H. 0.  Stevens, M.P.I".  ��� #   #  A number of the soldiers from Vermin huve been grun'ed extension of  leave until tomorrow morning, the  Cl'.It. granting    the noooinary exten  lion ol time on the excursion tickets.  ��� ���   ���  The l.ndii's' 11 oapital Aid who conducted tho "Tag Da.v" Tuesday on  Mini ��� of tho looal hospital report that  the mun ol 8171.00 was realized for  which us it is badly needed thoy    dc-  siro to express their i ''    >^ d .  ��� ��   ���  Judging Irom the remarks whioh  have boen heard frequently in the  streets during the last few days, our  soldier visitors have thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Kelowna this week  ��� ��   ���  The local order of llebocoas are holding a gala day today in honor oi the  President of the British Columbia Rebeccas, Mrs. Buttorworth,. ol Victoria,  who arrived on tho morning's boat  from Penticton. Hrs. Johnson, who  represents the president in tho Kelow  na Lodge accompanies her.  ��   ��   *  The man employed by Mr. Scott lo  drive the Kelowna-Vernon stage has  mysteriously disappeared. ITe was  last seen Sunday night in Vernon, but  although a search has, been mad.' for  him no trace as yet has been lour.d.  In the meantime, S. Munson has taken  on the job as driver, a posittoa ke  filled some years ago.  ��   ���   ��  Mr. J. S. Mackenzie' a! filonaiore  has reason to be proud ol hia success  in carrying off the handsome silver  cup offered by Mr. .). I,. Pridham lor  the threo best dairy cows in thc shuv  That is not the only honor Gleninorr'  has got this year for Mr. U. H. Mac  l-��ay has carried off quite a number  of first prize's for fruit and flowers.  ��� ��   ���  The monthly meeting ol the Kelowna  Women's Institute will be hexl in the  Board of Trade room on Saturday,  October, 2nd, at 3 p.nv. The report  Irom the annual conference held at  Salmon Arm, and a demonstration ol  poultry dressing und carving by Mrs.  P. A. 1-ewis, Clenmoi'e wil! 15e given  Any Indies wishing to join may do  so for the sum of fifty cents, thie be-  ingtho sum from October 1st to December .11, 191 (i.   O   FUEL NEEDED FOR THE LOCAL  ' 'HOSPITAL  The Hospital Board at the lasl  meeting took up it ho matter ol fuel  and as there is a large supply required for the winter months the board  are ol the opinion that if the matter  is brought to the notice ol the publio  there nre a number who have a aup  ply of wood that thoy woild be pleas  ed to donate to the hospital. The  board have out every expense ta the  very lowest and thereby have been  abki to koep the hospital open during the summer months, but ".hey M  thnt thero will have to be a genera,  effort put forth to koep the hoapit.il1  open during the winter months on aa  count of the extra cost on account ol  fuel. Any ol the board or the seers  tary would lie pleased to kno* ol "By  body who will donate wood, and mention bo made also of the faot that  there will be a lair amount of fruit  and vegetables required during tbt  next lew months. The board reJog  nlzes donations in kind, and givo credit lor them, the same as cash.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Tranefer /Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  5|ii!l"*lllJJI*!l*i!l5ii!l*i!li!!^^  Choicest Seasonable Groceries at  Attractive Caah Prices  Choice Alberta Creamery Butter.  Friday and S.turuy Extra  Special, 31b. for $ I  Choice SalmoD,' Ib, tins.,4 lor 25c  Western Brand Salmon  lib. tins 2 for 25c  Aeglo.Sawn toilet paper, Roll 5c  Premium Boiled Ham,  Sliced to lasts .par lb. 35c  THESE PRICES ARE  BAKING POWDER SPECIALS  Your choice ol eitho "Eggo" or  White Star, both guaranteed  2Jlb. tins 45c. 51b. tin. 75c.  Kiinkle Corn Flake. 3 ior 25c  Herniary fe Palmers and McVitie  fe Price biscuits in hall Ib. packets  anv variety per Ib. 30c  FOR SPOT CASH  Lots more Bargains at the Cook Grocery      Come in anil See  CAMPBELL A PRICE  Kelowna's Cath Grocery Phone 3D  m  wmiw  1?an/f(? will take extra large pieces ofi  *\��**y3r  wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McGlary dealer to show yon. I  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  1  Prices of DeLaval  Cream Separators  No.        Gala, per hour  Price  4      -      135      -  $40.00  5      -      200     v-  $50.00  10      -      335      -  $65.00  12      -      450      -  $75.00  15      -      675      -  $90.00  v     17      -      900      -  $110.00  We can arrange verv liberal terma or give good Diacount  for Caah  We also carry in stock  Cream Cans 5 and 8 gallon  Milk Bottles Qu��" ��nd p������  Bottle Caps  Rubber Rings  Separator OH.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Phone 150  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave.  Kelowaa  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leather���including Harneaa, Boots  and Shoea, Gripe, Leggings, Bella, tic.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone -347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Neat door to 25o Store"  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped, to supply alii  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND HMSHlMGLUMiR  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES s^sHs^fj^ajjsjBSjaajBajBajj    'i''isiSMWS>SMia��rMiaisjs��sls��is��ais��>aan^^  THE CORPORATION OK THE CITY OF KELOWNA  AX   SALE  A^^ll l^t^^m^iS^^^I^^ "Municipal Act" ^amendments thereto, and of a ^solution of the Municipal Council of the City of Kelowna  WY^^tm i /)T^\^^^^V^T^^^lm^' at the *^"M trade Buildin*. Bernard Avenue, Kdowna, B.C.. sell at Publ caZ2  Assessed C*4rner  tdami, Charlea ,.'���.. ..      ..- .  dame, Charlea ,  Adams, Charles   * Adams, Charlea .. .. i. ..      ..  Adams, Charles ���..",.'  Adams, Charlea   Adams, Charles   Akeroyd, JOsa Kate   Allbrighton O.E., Clementa, J.H.  floe, fl; 0.,. Hodgaon, John.  Ogden, M., Scales, John .-....  Allbrighton O.B., Clementa, J.H.  Dei, H. 6., Hodgaon, John.  Ogden, N., Sealea, John .. .< /..  Allbrighton Q.E., Clementa, J.H.  De��, H. G��� Hodgaon, John.  '   Ogden, M., Scales, John .'. . ..  Allbrighton G.K, Clementa; J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, John.  Ogden, H. Sealea, John   Allbrighton G.E., Clementa, J.H.  flee. M. G���   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, II. Sealea, John.    �� ..  Allbrighton G.B., Clementa. J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgaon, John .  Ogden, M. Sealea, John ..:.. .  Allbrighton G.B., Clementa. J.H.  ,     Dee, H. G.,   Hodgaon, John .  Ogam, Jf Soales, John .. .,..  ,  Allbrighton G.lta, Clementa, J.H.  i  Dee. H. G���   Hodgspn, John .  " ^gflan. Mf B^eWphn .. ... ..  AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, Jonn .  Ogden, M. Soales, John .... ..  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H.G.,   Hodgson, John .  , Ogden, M. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G���   Hodgson, John ..  Ogden, H. Sealea, John   AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee. H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  .Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John   AilbrightonG.B., Clements.'J.H.  Dee, H. G���   Hodgson, John .  Ogden. M. Soales, John .. .. ��  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J .H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Sealea, John .. ..  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Das, H. G.,  Hodgson. John .  Ogden, M. Soalss, John   AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G���   Hodgson. John '.  Ogden, H. Soales, John .. ..,��*  AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H,  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Sealea, John .. .....  AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G��� -Hodgson, John .  Ogdin, M. Soales, John .. .....  AUbrigBtonG.B., ClemenU, JJ1.  Dee, H.aC   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soafcs, John ..'.. ���  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G���   Hodgson' John .  Ogden, H., Soales, John. ...  Allbrighton G'.B..*ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G��� . Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soalei, John .. ....  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  rSMG,8��StekJ0hil-  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, j.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson,. John .  , M. Soales, John .. .. ..  ghtonG.B.,ClemfiiU,j:H.  i G.,  Hodgaon,' John".  bi^htWGJ.., Cle^a&ji, J.H.  5      1     1446       6.97       9.35  6      1     1448      6.97       2.36  10  15  16  13  13  14  17  19  33  H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  M., Soales, John   hton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  G.,   Hodgson,' John .  H., Soales, John ..  hton G.R., CleinenU, J.H.  ��ton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  G���   Hodgson, John .  H. Soales, John   ;hton Q.B., ClemenU, J.H.  G.,   Hodgson, John .  H. Soales, John .. .. -  lonG.B., CletnenU, J.H.  .. G��� . Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .. ....        90  AUbriahtonOU., Clements, J.H."  Dae, 3. G���   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soalee, John ..'    Allbrigntoh O.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. Q.,  Hodgson,, John .  Ogden, M. Soalss, John   Allbrighton G.B., CtanasU,' J.H.  Dee,  H. Q., Hodgson. John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John         93  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.     ,  Dee, fi. 0>,  Hodgson, John'.  Ogden, M. Soales,' John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. 0.,  Hodgson, John .  Ifehfon CU^C^to', J.H.  Dee.  H. G., HodgSon7johi .'  Ogden, H. Sealea, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H-  Dee,  H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Allbrighton G*R., CTemehU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,. Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Scatta, John   Allbrighton G.R., OemeaU, J.H.  Das, H. 0.,  Hoftgao". John ���  Ogdon, st, Soalss, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Das,   H. 0.,  Hodgson, John .  Ogden, K. Soales, John   AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee',  H. G.,  Hodgson, John .  96  80  Ogden, H. Seal*, "Jblto .. .. ...  AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  De*, H..0., Hodgson, John .  Ogden, X. Sealea, John   1     1448'     6.97  3.36  I  ���9.45  9.33  9.33  9.32  9.32  U.76  31.73  14.19  9.32  9.32  8      1      1448  .   6.97       2.35  1   * 1448       6.97       3.35  '.32  1     1448     '6.97       9.36      "J  U      1     1448  697       9.36  13     .1     1448      6.97  3.36  13      1     1448       6.97     .3.36  1*      1     1448  - fi.91      9.36  9.32  1.32  9.32  1448  6.97       9.35  1     1448      6.97.      2.35  W.     1     1448       9.30       3.46  1448  "v  6.97       2.35  1448      6.97  1448      6.97  9.36  2.36  1448      6.97      9.36  1.32  9*32  9.32  U.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  1448       9.30       9.46       U.76  1448       6.97  3.35  3     1448      6.97       3.36  10      3     1448       6.97       3.35  U      2     1448       6.97       3.85  1448       0.97       3.35  1448       6.97       3.36  1448  6.97  3.35  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  15      2     1448       6.97       3.35        9.32  16      3     1448       6.97       9.36  1448       6.97  18  ;  2     1448       6.97  1448       6.97  9.35  9.88  ��  9.36  1448       6.97       3.35  91     3     1448      9.30  2.46  9.32  9.32  9.82  U.76  1448  9.80       2.46       U.76  3.    1448       6.97       9.85  34      2     1448      6.97  9.35  96      2     1448      6.97       9.35  1448      6.97       9.36  37      2     1448       6.97  3.36  98      3     1448       6.97       9.36  9     1448      6*7  1448      6.97      9.85  31      9     1448       6.97       3.85  9.82  9.32  9.32  9.39  9.83  9.32  9.89  9.89  9.89  .*��     i     1441       6.97       9J6 ��J9  Assessed Owner  y i  Allbrighton G.B., Clementa, J.H.  Dee,   H. G,,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soales, Jonn   AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.K., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden,. M. Scales, John .. ..  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,   Hodgson, John ���  Ogden; H. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John   AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.Hi  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H.i Scales, John   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John   Allbrighton'G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H, .Scales,- John   AllbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John .". .'.  AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogdeni.H., Soales, John ....  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Sealea, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Stales, John .. ..  Allbrighton G.l.., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G., .Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John .. ., ..  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,   H' C.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M, Scales, John    -AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, .John .  Ogden, M., Soales, John . . .  Allbrighton G.B., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M., Soales, John . . .  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H..  Dee,   H. G., Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John-   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,  Hodgson,   John . '  Ogden, H. Scales, John   AllbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson,. John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John .* '  AilbrightonG.B., Clements, J'.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .. .. .r  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John   AilbrightonG.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson*. John .  Ogden, H. Soales, "John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,.  John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clementa, J .H.  Dee. H. G.��� HocIgso'rV John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John  ��  33      9     1448  '���;������ i   ��� I .1 ��� i  v  6.97    ��� 2.36  1448.      9.30  2.46  1448       6.97       2.35  3       3     1448       6.97       2.35  3     1448  6.97  1448       6.97  10  12  13  14  16  19  20  21  22  24  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John,   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,. John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John .... ..  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,   Jonn .  Otjden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton g!k., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,  Hodgson,  John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.B., CleinenU, J.H.  Dee,   II. G.,; Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, It. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Des,  H. G.��� Hodgson,  John .  Ogden, M.' Scales, John .. .. ..  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   H. G.,  Hodgson,  John .  Ogden, H. Soales, 9ohn   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,. Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,  II. G., Hodgson^ John .  Ogden, H. Scales, Jonn   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. G.,, Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Das, fi. G., Hodgson,  John .  Ogden, H. Sealea, John   Allbrighton O.B., Clements, J.H.  Des, H. G.,. Hodgson,  John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John        -36  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU> J.H. J  Des, H. G., Hodgson,  John .  Ogden,' H. Scales, John ������ ������'������ t  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. G-,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  *  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee.  B. G.,  Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soales, Jonn  s  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. G., Hodgson, John .  OgdNt, M. Seales, John .. ������ . *  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Des,   H. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, .fohn  5  Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Des, H. G., Hodgson, .John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John   AUbrjghton G.B., Clements, J.H,  Dee.  H. G., Hodgson,  John .  Ogdon, M. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee, H. O., Hodgaon,  John .  Ogden, M. Soalss, John   Allbrighton a:B.,-ClemenU, J.H  Dee, H. G., . Hodgson, John .  Og&e, M. Bade, John   29  30  31  32  33  34  36  1448  6.97  3     1448       6.97  8      3     1448   - 6.97  1448       6.97  1448  6.97  3     1448       6.97  1448  6.97  1448    ���   6.97  1448       6.97  15   ,  3      1448  6.97  1418       6.97  1448  18      3      1448  9.30  1446  1448       6.97  1448  1448  1448  27      '3      1448       6.97  3      1448       6.97  3      1448       6.97  1448  1448  1448  1448      6.97  4     1448      6.97  4     1448      6.97  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  2.35  9.30     .2.46  2.35  6.97       2.35  6.97       2.35  33       3      1448       6.97       2.35  6.97       2.36  25      3      1448       6.97       2,35  26      3,    1448       6.97       2.36  2.35  28       3      1448       6.97       2.36  2.35  1448       6.97       2.35  8     1448       6.97       2.36  6.97       2.35  3     1448      6.97       2.35  3     1448      6.97       2.35  3     1448      9.30       9.46  6.97       2.85  2.35  ���2.36'  ���   * 4     1448      6.97      3.35  4     1448      fl.97       2.86  4     1448      6.97      2.86  I  9.32  11.76  1.32  1.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32,  ).32  ).32  Assessed Owner  I l il  I  %  10  11  6.97       2.35      ��9.32  2.46        1U76  11.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32,  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  14  17  18  19  51  52  15  16  6  7  8  32  33  39  1  2,  12  25  26  7  11  49  5  6v  17  30  12  17  1.32  11.76  2.46       U.76  9      4     144S    .6.97       2.85  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.89  9.89  Allbrighton Q.B., ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson,-John .  Ogden, ,M. Soales, John   Allbrighton (T.U., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. 'G., . Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H-     -  Dee,  'H. Li.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M.,' Soales, John - ... 12  Allbrighton G.B.���Clemente( J .p.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M., Soales, John    Allbrighton G.B., Clementa, J.H.  Dee,   H. ii.,   Hodgson, John -.  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.B., ClemenU, j.H.  Dee,   H. G., - Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   ..  Allbrighton G.B./ ClemenU, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John .. .. ..  Allbrighton, G.B., Dee, H.G...  Andrews, J. E '.. ..    Andrews, J. li   Anson, Arthur, H.B   Clement, K L. & IV. J ���  Arnold, W. It., estate   Bailey, William   Bailey, William    .  Bailey, William ..   Bailey, William   Baillie, James H '.. ,  Baker, Mrs. Sarah A   Baker* Hrs. Sarah, A. ..' .. ...  Baron,   John   F. B.,   Leggett  Geo. T. �� ..   Bartlett, Samuel .. ..   Bartlett, Samuel   Barton, Frank   Bater, Kenneth 0 '  Bater, Kenneth C   -Bentley, J. L. B.   Bentley, J. L. B   Bird, Frank   Bird, Hrs. P. 0    .. \   Birkett, Harold �� 47.6'  Bishop, Azariah *     5  Bishop, Azariah r     6  Bishop, Azariah     7  Bishop, Azariah     8  Blaokwood, Caldwell   Blackwood, Caldwell .. .. ���.. ..  Blackwood, Mrs. Caldwell .. .  Blackwood, Mrs. Caldwell .. .  Blackwood, Mrs. Caldwell .. .  Blackwood, Mrs. Caldwell .. .  British North America Tobacco Company, Ltd ... .'.  Brown, Harland ..   Brown, Harvey *   Brown, Harvev '���      Brown, James ri  ..   . .    -  Brown, T. H * .. ..  Brush, G. H. .; ..   .. ���   Brush, G. H. S     Brush, G. H   Brush, G. H   Brush, G. H..   Brush, G. H r   Brush, G. H ���   Brush, G. H   Brush, G. H ,. ..  Bryant, F. M    ..    .   .. 11    18  Bryant, F. M    ..   .   .. 19    18  Budden, Geo. F  3      3  Butler, C. A. V   Campbell, John T   Campbell, John T. t   Campbell, John T   Campbell, John T   Canak, Luke   Carlilo, Frank ..       ..   ..asm  Caswell, Charles         16     14  Cavanah, J. H  94  'Chapman, David   Chapman, David   Checkland, Sydney T. .. .. .,'  Checkland, Sydney T.       41  Christian, G. H., Frost, J. F. |H|  Stolzenburg F, Wheedon L..        33  Christian, G..H., Frost, J. F.  Stolzenburg F, Wheedon L. .        34  Clement Biggs, Ltd .. . 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S   ....  Fleming, W. H   Coates, F. S., Edwards, A. ft  Gowen, 0. B - ..  . .  Cookett, L      Coffey, Mrs. Elizabeth   Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B. A., Elliott, S.T..  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.X., Elliott, S.T. ..  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. ,  Copsland, E.A., EUiott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copsland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A. Elliott, S.T. .  .Copeland, B.A., Elliott,-S.T. .  Copoland, R.A., EUiott, S.T. .  Copsland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. .  AJopelend, B.A., ElUott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August . .  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August ..  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August) ..  Daigle, Frank, Noel,. 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Davies, David H       DeHart, F.B.E NKOttfO Wpar'42  DeHart, F.B.E N5Wt7 Wnart43  WhiU, G     1  DeHart, F.B.E., Lawson, T. ..   10  10  16  38  36  54  14  15  16  38  31  35  86  37  88  39  40  41  42  43  44  45  46  47  51  53  9  9  3  4  6  11 *.  12 ,  13 ���  32  19  16  1232  ' 202  578  462  462  633  462  .13T7  1240  1037  1346  1348  1346  1346  1346.  1346��  1346  1246  1946  1946  1346  1948  1946  1246  1946  1346  1946  1246  1346  1246  1246  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  1346  1306  * 463  469  1134  999  6.97  74.38  13.96  116.29  139.52  96.90  116.39  U.61  6.97  13.95  16.26  13.96  13.95  16.96  13.95  13.95  13.95  18.95  13.95  16.36  16.26  13.95  18.95  13.95  18.95  13.95  13.96  13.95  18.96  47.28  16.36  13.96  13.96  13.96  13.96  13.95  18.95  13.96  13.95  18.95  18.96  16.36  9.30  47.88  -16.50  97.90  98.93  3.35  6.72  2.70  7.8V  8.97  3.31  7.81  2.58  9:86  8.70-  3.81  3.70  3.70  3.81  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.81  3.81  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  4.36  3.81  3.70  3.70  3.70  9.70  ,a.70  9.70  9.70  9.70  9.70  3.70  3.81  2.46  4.3S  2.89  8.30  S.1B  9.39  a.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  U.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  U.76  .656.30  11.76  U.76  11.76  U.76   .  161.19   -  14.19    .  11.7*  67.94  U.76  U.76  U.76  11.76  11.76  U.76  U.76  19.07  19.07  31.30  14119  14.19  14.19  14.19  133.36  209.10  63.04  63.04  133.83  133.36  106.77  11.76  88.97  26.38  9.32  U.76  30 43  21.54  ,21.54  '01.63  61.53  23.06  23.06 ���-  23.06  23.06  21.54  19.07  130.36  105.77  .168.40  113.75  36.46  30.46  19.07  14,19  U.76  720.12  36.38   '  31.54  9.32  9.32  U.76  9.32  80.10    1  16.66  134.10  148.49  39.51  124.10  14.19  9.32  16.65  19.07  16.65  16.65  19.07  16.65  16.65  16.66  16.66  16.65  v 19.07  19.07  16.65  16.65  16.65  16.65  16.65  16.65.  16.65 V  16.65  51.64  19.07  16.66  ' 16.66    '  16.65  16.65  16.65  18.65  16.06  16.66  16.66  16.65  19.07  U.76  52.27  19.82  31JI  96.38  siasesai  =5  szs&mmmmm  PAGE SIX  KE10WNA   RECOBD  U.  Assessed Owner  i j   i      * A J   s  DeHart, F.R.E., Lawson, T. .. 11  ���DeHart, F.R.E.,  I.utz <k Potts 62  Buddi.n, Geo. F  4      6  Budden, Geo. F  5      5  Copeland, K.A., EUiott, S.T, . * 49  -    Dsvereuie, W. II  54  Dick, Mrs. Mark  16  Duceoinmun, Y  15      4  Dunster, Mrs. L. E  17     13  Woolsey, Mrs. .1. W  7  Knglund, Ernest  7  Kngland, Ernest -.  8  England, James  43  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 48  Flack, Walter, B  26  -  Fuller, J.R. 4 W.A  34  Fung Yee    ..   .. N25ft 3      4  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 12  Gill Mrs. liosa  32  Gill, Mrs. Rosa  33  Goddard, Alfred  19  Urand 1'aciiic Land Co. Ltd . 5     14  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd . 15     14  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd . 19     14  Grand Paoific Land Co. Ltd . 21     14  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd .. 10     15  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd .. 13     15  Grand Pacilio Land Co. Ltd. . 16     15  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 23     15  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 21     15  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 3    16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 4     16  Grand Paoilic Land Co. Ltd .. 5    16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 6     16  ' Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 7     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 8    16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 9    16  Grand Paoilic Land Co. Ltd .. 10    16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 11     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. 12     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 18     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 19     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 20     16  Grand Paoilic Land Co. Ltd. . 21     1G  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 22     16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 23     16  Grand Pacific Lnnd Co. Ltd .. 24     16  Grand Pacific Land-Co. Ltd. .. 25     16  Grand Paoific Land Co. Ltd .. 26    16  Grand Pacific Land Cn. Ltd. .. 2     18  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 6     18  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 9     18  G/and Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 18     18  Grand Paoific Land Co. Ltd... 19    18  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .. M     18  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .  - 1     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 2     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 3     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 4     19  Grand Pacific Land Co.-Ltd. , 5     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 6     19  Grand Pacific, Land Co. Ltd. . 7     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 8    19  Grand Pacific Land Co., Ltd. . 9     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 10    19  Grand Paoilic Lnnd Co. Ltd. , 11     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 12    19  Grand Paoific Land Co. Ltd. . 13     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . . 14     19  Grand Pacific Land C0. Ltd. . 15    19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 16     19  Grand Paoilic Land Co. Ltd. . 17     19  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 18     19  Grand Pacilio Land Co. Ltd. . 1    23  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. . 2     23  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd. . 3 23  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . part 4 23  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. . part 5 23  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. S.W.corO    23  Gray, John P    16 17  Grove,  Charles  7  Grove, Charles  8  Hall, J. E  13     (8  Hankiiison, E. E    Si 5  Hansen, Guatavus  0,0  Hehncr, 0  2  Hicks, H. B  10  Hill, Geo. Wilson, Allan  10      0  Hill, Geo., Wilson, A41an .... - 11      0  Holes, Harry    14 17  Holman, L      1 44t5    7  Holman, L     2 4&5    7  Holman, L     3 4&5     7  Holman, L *     4 4&5    7  Holman, L     5 44:6    7  Holman, L "...    6 4&5   -7  Holman, L     7 44:5    7  Holman, L     8 4&6    7  Holman, L  5  Hookham, David        .13 17 '  Hudson, H. G. E 18ft. U&12   8  Hudson, G. H. E  40  Hunljord, GUIis .7 ..  :.....-.    1 Wpart42  Hunljord, GiUis    .. ..'     2Wpart42  Hunljord, Gillia     3 Wpart42  Hunljord, GiUis     5Wpart42  Hunljord, GUlia  S23.5U 6 Wpart42  Hunfjord, GUlia S22.5H 7 Wpart42  Hunljord, GiUis     8Wpart42  Hunljord, GHUs     9Wpart42  Hunfjord, Gillis    10Wpart42  Hunljord, GilUs    11 Wpart42  Hunfjord, Gillis ..' 13Wpert42  Hunljord, Gillis    14Wpart42  Hunljord, Gill's    15Wpart42  Hunfjord, Gillis    16 Wpart42  Hunljord, Gillis  29  Hunfjord, GiUis .. 51  Hunljord, Gillis  53  Johns, W. H  57  Copeland, B.A. ElUott S.T. . 7  Johnston, H.I., SuUvan, B.D.. 4     12  Johnston, H.I., Sulivan, B.D. . 5    12  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. ..    3 17  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..4 17  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..    9 17*  Joaaelyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ���   10 17  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ..  11 17  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..   18 17  i,Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..   19 17  Josselyn,' CC, Cooper, T.E. ..30 17  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ..  31 17  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. ..22 17  Josselyn, CO., Coopor, T.E. ..  93 17  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ..  94 17  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..  96 17  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  96 17  Josaelyn, CC.f Cooper, T.E. .  97 17  Jos-otyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. .  98 17  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  29 17  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. .30 .17  .Toaielytt, C C, Cooper, T.E. .81 17  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  33 17  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. . 83 17  Jossolyn; CO., Cooper, T.E. .  34 17  Josselyn, CO., Oooper, T.E. . 35 17  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. . 36 .      17  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. . 37 17  Jossolyn, C.C, Coops*", T,F.. .88 17  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.B. .  39 ��  Joeaalyn, CC, Cooper, T.K. ..  40 17  Josaelyn, CO., Cooper, T.8. .  ��t 17  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.B. .  4�� 17  Josaelyn, CO., Cooper, T.B. . * "  Joaaelyn, CC, Cooper, TJfc .44 17  Il9  922  262-  4U2  462  1246  1210  885  1418  462  1303  622  622  1039  1246  1232  ���1S3  462  1246  1232  1232  1240  1300  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1300  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1366  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  202  694  694  1306  590  462  622  432  462  462  202  315  316  316  315  316  315  315  316  636  202  HI  *3    0    H  Pccij  23.22  627.96  111.61  110.11  16.26  6.97  9.30  6.97  628.03  34.87  26.20  20.20  11.61  16.26  6.97  .   9.30  71.25  16.26  6.97  6.97  , 6.97  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  11.61  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  20.89  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  9.30  20.89  13.95  13.95  13.95  9.30  6.97  2.33  U.61  6.97  6.97  16.26  17.72  73.16  28.55  49.51,  58.70  68.70  U.61  29.33  33.85  36.76  36.76  36.76  45.09  43.48  27.90  31.86  U.61  463    104.13  483     90.22  462  462  462  462  462  462  462  462  463  463  463  462  463  462  1014  1014  1014  1340  1246  40.12  40.13  40.13  40.13  20.53  5.73  11.74  11.74  11.74  11.74  11.74  9.41  11.74  15.97  9.41  30.06  30.06  6.97  16.36  462 443.16  463 1954.14  303     13.75  303  309  203  202  309  303  203  302  202  903  902  909  909  903  203  202  203  202  902  203  203  303  203  309  202  13.95  U.61  U.61  U.61  13.96  18.96  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61 '  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  U.61  13.95  U.61  U.61  U.61  11.61 '  U.61  203.    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Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  45  46  17  48  49  50  61  52  63  51  55  .56  '57  58  61  62  63  til  65  66  67  70  71  72  37  17  18  7  8  18  \k-2  4  18  28  35  4  75  5  4  95  96  14  IB  12  13  16  14  8  22  7  1  2  14  16  16  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  Jossolyn, CC, Cooper, T.E  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  Jossolyn, CC, Cooper, TrE. .  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T,C .  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E...  Josielyn, C.C, Cooper, TJS. .  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.% ,  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper,*T.E. .  Josselyn, C.C, Coopor, T.Ki .  JoBsolyn, C.C, Coojwr, T.E. .  Jossolyn. C.C, Coopor, T.E. .  ���Josaelyn, C.C, Coopor, T.E. .  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ,  Jossolyn, CO., Cooper, T:E. .  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. .  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, C.C, Coopor, T.E.  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  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Canadian Northern Pacifio Railway Company   Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company .. ..' .. .. ,.W 785IU5&46  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company   Canadian Northern Pacific Bail  way Company   Canadian Northern Pacifio Rail  18  29  30  47  49  wav Company ,-��� ������ ������ ������ ,���  ladian NorthernTacrfio Bait-  .203  203  202  202  202  202  202  203  202  .   902  202  203  202  203  203  203  202  202  202  203  202  202  202  202  .202  203  202  203  1240  1102  1102  462  462  1246  462  462  462  1326  483  1306  1109  363  578  1240  1240  1303  1319  363  1232  1232  549  1246  1240  1306  1306  1306  202  1232  1232  1232  1232  202  202  462  462  50  Cam  way Company 1.34 acres 48  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company ,  1 -  Canadian Northern Pucifio Railway Company .. .. ..     .. . 2  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company  3  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company     "     7     .  Canadian Northern Pucifio Railway Company '.. '., 8  Canadian Northern PaoHio Bail-  way Company        '  9  Canadian Northern Pacifio Railway Company   10  Canadian Northern PaoHio Bail-  way Company  ... U"  Canadian Northern Pacifio Bail-  way Company         19  Canadian Northern Paoifio Bail-  way Company   9  MoVallun, John B         86  Nixon k Rutherford .. ,       * 97      16  Nixon k Rutherford  38     16  O'Connor, Mathow   8     14  Paisley, W. H         41  Paisley, W. H         43  Papworth, E. Clarenoa  11     14  Copoland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .        13  Perdu, L. Boy    17 17  Plost, E. B         31  Ploat, E. B         93  PIosl, E. B '..        33-  Ponlret, V. B         88  Powers, J. E. T         33     18  Powers, J. E. F         33     18  Prceoe, Joseph  6  Preece, Joseph .',        51  quinn, Charles S OOlt 25      5  Quinn, Charles         49  Quinn, Charles  41  Quinn, Charles         44  Bae, Mrs. C J         22    58  Richards, W. Austin'  8  Boss, S. S  8    19  Ryder, Samuel         14  Scroggin, Charlea    18Wpart48  Simpson, A. H         38  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 10  Sterling Security Co. Ltd. ... 11  Sterling Security Co. Ltd.... .. 19  Strachen, William         5*        v  Strauss, B. F. ..'   Strauss, B. F   Ttipp, Misa Ethel   Ttipp, Hiss Ethel   Copsland, B.A., Elliott, S.T  Tyler, Mrs. Maud   Valle, B '   Valle, B    ..   ..  Van Praagh, Fred   Wheeler, T. A.- .. .. '..  .. ..  Willis, H. A.  462  ���660  1021  1021  1021  1021  1021  1021  1021  Wood, Erneat   Woodward, W. J   Wright, Stanley.    ..      Wright, Stanley   Wright, Stanley ,.    Wright, Stanley ������     Yates, George. ,. .. .  Ayera, Mra. Lr K. .. ..  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UO 1179  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . Ill 1179  Copeland, B.A.. ElUott, S.T. . 119 1179  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 118 - 1179  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. . 114 1179  Canadian Northern Paoilio Bail-  way Company 10 acrea 14 909  DeHart, F.B.E. .31 acres    DL     136  DeHart, F,R.E 10 aerea    DL     186  Easton, W  ai 700  Easton, W. .     .         36 700  Jennings, S. B  77 -M-79  Kerns, Jesse     77 700  Kerr, G. H  8 , 700  Kerr, G. H  14 700  Lequime, Bernard  1      .      1178  Lowers, Russell ,.***  9 1179  Paisley, W. H. .. .,    .98 .TOO  Renshaw, Mrs. C  19 **T0O  Renshaw, Mrs. C ..     90   . TOO  Bensnaw, Mrs. 0  91 TOO  Renahaw, Martin  99 TOO  Renshaw, Martin  98 TOO  Renshaw, Martin  94 700  Schmidt, K.  10 1179  Small, H. K  89 - 700'  1.08  9.08  1.88  9.08  1.68  9.08  1.63  9.08  11m  9.08  9.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.08   .  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  9.08  1.68  9.08  1.63  3.08  1.63  9.08  9.��  3.10  2.17  2.10  1.88  3.08  1.68  2M  1.63  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  348  1.63  9.08  1.68  3.08 -  1.63  3.08  1.69  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.06  1.68  9.08  1.63  9.08  1.68  9.08  1.89  3.08-  1.68  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  2.08  1.63  3.08  1.68  3.06  1.03  3.08  1.63  2.08  1.63  2.08  1.63  2.08  1.63  2.08  1.63  2.08  1.68  3,08  it.  .   2.08  -  3.08  i.��a  3.08**  1.63  ax��  1.68  3.08  1.63  3.08  1.63  3.08  1.63  3.08  *  1.63  3.08  3.17  3.10  1.63  ~8.08  1.63  3.06  1.68  3.08  1.63  3M  1.63  3.06  1.68  8.08  1.63  3.08  1.63  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.63  2.08  1.63  1.08  1.69  3.08  1.68  3.08  1.68  1.68  1.68  1.68  1.89  1.68  1.63  1.63  1.63  1.63  1.63  1.63  1.68  1.68  1.68  1.66  1.68  1.66  1.68  1.68  1.68  1.68  1.66  3.17  18.13  66.65  31.87  1.90  '1.90  9.1T  2.T4  1.90  1.90  9.1T  1.88  8.37  3".T4  3.74  9.T4  1.90  1.90  1.90  1.68  ^-1.90  3.08  9.08  uM  3.08  9.08  9.08  9.08  9.08  9.08  9.08  2.08  9.08  2.08  3.08  ���9.08_  9.08"  2.06  9.08  - 9.08  2.08  9.08  3.08  3.08  3.10  2.66  5.38  3.09  2.09  9.09  9.10  9.13  9.09  9.09  9.10  9.0$  9.16  9.18  3.*  9.69  9.09  2.09  2.08'  3.00  S.T1  8.71-  8.71  8.71  8.71  3.TI  3.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  8.71  8.71  4.97  4.97  8.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3:71  '  8.71  3.71  3.71  3,71  3.7-1  3,71  3.71  8.71  3.71  8.71  3.71 ,  8.71 ;  3.71  3.71  3.71  8.71  3.71  -3.71  3.71  .3.71  3.71  4.97  8.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71"  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  7.71  3 71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  3.71  8.T1  3.T1  3.71  3.71  3.T1  3.T1  3.71  -' 3.T1  3.T1  , 3.T1  3.71  3.T1  3.71  3.T1  3.T1 .  3.T1  3.T1  3.71  8.71  8.71  1.97  16.78  70.93  94.96  -8.99  8.99  4.97  4.87  8.99  6.99  4.97  3.71  5.43  . 4.87  4.87  4.87  8.99  80*9  8.99  8.71  3.99  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., thii 3Ut day of Auguat, 1915.  P. t. DUNN,  / Collector,  Corporation of the City of Kelowna.  WASTE NOT, WANT NOT  Wanted, for the Evaporator  We are now preparing to contract for all good Fallen  and culled Applet (bruiaed or otherwiae). Here'a an :  opportunity to get good money for that which haa  hitherto rotted on the ground, Sack up all Applea of  thia kind until about October 10th, when we expect  to be in a position to handle any quantity  W. B. M. CALDER & CO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 33, 1916  KELOWNA  fcflCOttl)  PAGE SEVEN  Goodbye People, France is Going!  Cuts and Slashes Prices Deeper Than Before for the Grand Finish  Saturday night at 1030 your golden opportunity to buy clothes at such rtdiculously  low prices wdl be over. There is still time to lay in your winter's supply for a small  fraction of its regular price.    Get busy during the next two days and save big money.  Sale positively Ends Saturday Night at 10.30  '���������������������"������^���������������"'^������-^���������������������������������������������M*****^*^,w^''-*���*"^M*--*^'*���*w-"MMM���'*,M*'    "���������  ass���aa��a������..i ...Miii.   sis i    ...    SMI   ��� ���. . .-i     ������      ,i    n   ���      . j ,������.���BSS353   11-!.    BBSSB5CB ������'      Sss^BSBBBBBBaBBBE  Everything will be marked at its regular price on Monday and the greatest bargain feast will be over.  Dont wait and regret not taking advantage of the biggest bargains you have ever known.  $20 OVERCOATS  I  lot of Men's Overcoats, wool mixtures  Values to $20 Saturday only for  $6.95  $2 DRESS SHIRTS  Special lot of Men's Dress Shirts.   Values  to $2 Saturday only for  25c  M. W. FRANCE  The Champion Price Wrecker  $30 MEN'S SUITS  Special lot of Men's Suits, Fit Reform and  others.   Values to $30 Saturday  $12.45  $2.50 MEN   CAP  I  lot of Men's Fur Lined Tweed Caps.  Values to $2.50 Saturday only  45c  Look People at France's Goodbye Prices!  $18 Dressing Gowns  I lot of pure Wool Dressing  Gown*  Values to $18, Saturday special only  $7.95  $3.50 Hard Hats  All Hard Hats, King's make.  Values to $4, Saturday special only  $1.45  $3.30 Flannel Shirts  I lot of extra quality English  Flannel Shirts, good patterns.  Values to $3.-50, Saturday  $1.45  35c Lisle Hose  Men's regular 35c Lisle Hose,  linen heel   and   toe,   special  for Saturday at  15c  75c Neck Ties  Any Silk Necktie in the store.  Values up to 75c, special on  Saturday at  20c  $6.50 Men's Shoes  Special lot of  Men's Shoes,  mosdy Slater makes. Values  to $630, Saturday special  $2.95  73C Wool Hose  Mot of Wolseley pure wool  fine rib Hose.   Values to 75c,  special on Saturday  45c  20c Linen Collars  I lot of Men's Arrow, Tooke  and imported Linen  Collars.  Values to 20c, Saturday  lc  $1.50 Work Skirts  I lot of Men's Cotton and Flannelette Work Shirts.   Values  to $1.50 special on Saturday  45c  $3.50 Underwear  Shepherd   brand  two - piece  wool Underwear.   Values to  $3.50, special on Saturday  $1.65  Sale Ends  Saturday  at  10.30 p.m.  HURRY I DON'T WAIT! RUSH I RUN I BE HERE AT THE FINISH!  Oak Hall Clothing Co.  Limited.      France Adjustment Company in Charge  Sale Ends  Saturday  at  10.30 p.m. PACK EIGHT  KELOWNA   RBCOfcD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1016  LIST 0? FAIR PRIZE WINNERS  ((.'ontrnued Irom Page Three)  Wickson, 1st, .1. McLaughlin, 2nd,   F.  It. K. DoHart.  Yellow Kifi;. Ut, Kr'.owna Land     nnd  Orchard Co., Snd, Mra. S. Gray.  Any other variety, 1st, A. 1). Bfonioos,  Collection ol -1 variotieH,    I'J nf   each,  li[   Kelowna    I.ami k Orchnrd Co.,  2od, Bnokhend Orchard Co.  PRUNES  Sugar Prunes,  Int. I'.l'.K.  Dellnrt.  Italian Prunes,  1st,    II.  II.  MacLeay,  2nd, (lunkhead Orohard Co.  Any other variety, l��t,  I. McLaughlin,  2nd, I'.It.l". Dellart.  NECTARINES  Any  variety, lat, Mrs. M. 1C.    Cam-  cran, 2nd, IV. 1). Harvey. >  PEACHES  l.nti, Crawford, 14, Mrs. M. E, Cameron.  Glbrrla.  1st, T.  Rarbor, ind,     W. F.  Bouvette.  Any other    variety, corn oily  n ime.I,  1st, T. limber.  CHAPES  Concord,   Ist, V. R. !���-.    DeHart, 2nd,  Mrs.  II.  W.  Itnymor  Brighton, 1st, VMM. DeHart.  Virginia, 1st, F.U.I*. DeHart.  I.indley,  1st, K.R.K, Dellnrt.  Banner. 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  Niagara, 1st, Mrs. M. E, Cameron, 2nd  IMi.l*. DeHart.  Diamond,  1st, VMM. DeHart.  Black Hamburg, 1st, I'.ll.l*. DeHart.  Swoetwnter, 1st, I'.ll.l'.. DeHart.  QUINCES  Anv variety,  1st, W. K. Trench,   2nd,  A. II. Davy.  COMMERCIAL   I'XHIBIT-APPI.ES  AiND PEARS  APPLES  Wealthy, lat, Eric Dart, 2nd, T. Bulman.  Mcintosh, 1st, Erie Dart, 2nd, J, McLaughlin.  Wegener, 1st, .1. McLaughlin, 2nd,  Eric Dart.  .lonnthan. Isl, Newton Bros., Oyama,  2nd, Mrs. S. dray.  Northern Spy, Ist, Eric Dnrt.  til-imp.' (ioldt-n, Ut, .1. McLaughlin,  2nd, T. Bulman.  Spitzenberg, 1st, .1. Mcl.aughl'n. 2nd,  Eric Dart.  Yellow Newtown Pippin, lat, Erio  Dart.  Oravenstein,   1st, Erio Dart.  Delicious, 1st, Eric Dart, 2nd, W. D.  Harvey.  .U*PI.ES-( Professional  Pack)  Wealthy, (it boxes), Ist, T. Bulman.  Division 10.   Floral  (Judge:   W. .1. Palmer)  For Amateurs Only  Collection Sweet  Pons, 1st,  Mrs.  11.1).  Rigga, 2nd, Mrs. S. Gray, 3rd, Mrs.  V. B. Willits.  Collection Stocks, 1st, II. 11. MncLoay  2nd, Mrs. II. II. Biggs.  Collection    I'nnsies, 1st, S. ,1. Weeks,  2nd, Mra. II. D. Riggs.  Collection  Zinnias,   1st,  Mrs.      II.    I).  ltiggs.  Diiinlliiis,  1st, Min. II.  I).  Riggs.  Collection Phlox Druminondi, 1st, Mrs  II. D. Riggs.  Collection  Marigolds,   Isl.  II.  II. MncLoay, 2nd, Mrs. II. I). Riggs.  Collection Hardy Perennials, 1st, Mrs,  II. I). Riggs.  Collection Verbenas, 1st, II. II.    MacLeay. 2nd. Mrs. II. D.  Riggs.  Collection   Annuals,     Ist   Mrs.   II.    I).  ltiggs, 2nd, II. II. MncLeav.  Roses, Isl, F.R.E. DeHart.  Bouqliol nf Rowers, 1st, and 2nd,    II.  II. MacLeay, Brd, Mis   II. II. Riggs.  Collection ol Dahlias, lat, F.R.E. Do  Hart, 2nd, Mrs. II. II. Riggs.  Collection Roses, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart,  Collection Gladioli, 1st, Mrs.     P.   B.  Willits.  Collection Asters, 1st, ,1. L. Pridham  2nd, 11. H. MacLeay.  Roses, White, Ist, F.H.K. DeHart.  Rosea, Red, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  Rosea, Pink, 1st, F.R.E. DeHart.  Best collection    cut flowers, <i2 varieties,  arranged  in vass lor display,  2nd, Mrs. II. II. Riggs.  Professional Only  Best  Bouquet, lat, Mrs. Dugga'.  Gentleman's Buttonholes, 1st,    S.    J,  Weeks, 2nd, Mrs. Duggan.  Division 11.   Fancy Work  (Amateurs)  LACE  Irish  Crochet,    2nd, Miss  K.    Lloyd-  .lones.  Knitted Laoe, 1st, Miss E. Haug, 2nd,  Mrs. ,1. Fletcher.  Tatting,   1st,  Miss  Went/el,  2nd,  Mis*  Rose Cndy.  EMBROIDERY  Cross Stitch,  Ist, Miss F.  El,     Copeland.  Eyelet   Tea  or Tray  Cloth,    1st, Mis.  H. Thompson.  Sideboard  Scarf    in Eyelet,  1st, Mis*  S.  A. Storey.  Towels,   Ist,  Mrs.   I..  A.   Seharf,    2nd.  Miss E. Haug.        .  Linen     Sofa    Cushion,     1st,  Miss K.  Haug.  Ifiirdnnger, Isl, Miss M. Cooper,  2nd.  Mrs. W. W. Flem'nr.  Ribbon Work, 1st, Mrs. W. W. Fli-min-  Centre Piece in white, 1st, Mra. W.W.  Fleming.  Centre piece In colors, Isl, Miss F. -E.  Copoland,  Tea     or Tray Cloth,    Ist, Miss Rose  Cudy, 2nd, Mrs. I). L'oyd-.lones.  Pillow Cases, 1st, Miss S.  A. Storoy.  2nd, Mrs. A.  F.dwnrds.  Initials*or Monogram 0n Linen,   2nd,  Mrs. D. I,lovd--lones.  DRAWN WORK  Ten Cloth,  Ist, Mrs. W. D.     Harvoy,  2nd, Miss M. Coopor.  Tray or Sideboard Cloth, 1st, Mrs. W.  I). Harvoy.  Hemstitching (three pieoos),,'1st, Miss  M. ITarvey.  Division 12.    Crochet and  Knitting  Infant's -tucket, crocheted or knitted,  Isl, Miss M. Cooper,  Infant's  Hood, crocheted or    knittil,  1st, Mrs. W. R. Lawes.  Infant's Bootees, crochotod or knitt'd,  Ist, Mrs. Duggm, 2nd, Mra. W.    It.  Law���.  Crocheted Doilies, 2nd, Misa E. Haug.  Knitted Sox, in woo', lat. Mrs.    .Jas.  Ilarvoy, sr., 2nd, Mra. W. II. Fleni  ing.  Knitted Mitts in wool, 1st, Miss    M.  Cooper.  Bedroom Slip|iers, knitted or crochets!  1st, Miss M. Cooper, 2nd, Mrs. L.A.  Seharf.  SEWING, DARNING, ETC  Button Holes on I'nen (bost 6),    1st,  Mrs. D.  Lloyd-.lones, 2nd Mrs. D.W  Sutherland.  Apron,    hand    mi d , 1st, Mrs. S.   I.  Weeks.  Ladies'  Cotton    Underwear, 3 pianos'  hnnd made, 1st, Mrs. Duggan.  Dnrning     Pai   r  Stockings,   Itt, Mra  Duggan, 2nd, Mra. D, W. Sutherland  COLLECTIONS  Rest  collodion  l,nc> work, 2nd, Miss  K. Lloyd-Jones.  Division 13.  Work dono by girls under 10 years.  Cotton  Pinalore,    trimmed,   1st, Mis*  Hilda Duggan.  Fancy Apron, 1st, Miss Phyllis Teague,  2nd, Miss K. McKen'.ie.  Button Holes on  Linen,   1st,  Miss E.  Fletcher.  Tray     Cloth (embroidery),    1st, Mist  Phyllis Teague.  Outline Work, lat, Miss Phyllis Tengiv>  Crochet Work in Wool, 1st, Miss DorrJ  Teague.  Table    Doilies    (three),  Ist, Miss    E.  Fletcher.  Hemstitching.   1st,  Miss   K.   MoKon/ie.  2nd, Miss Doris Tongue.  Centerpiece     (embroidery),   1st,    Miss  Phyllis  league, 2nd, Misa Doris Teague  Dressed Doll, 1st, M'ss Doris Teague.  Doll's Basslnoile (furnished), lat, Miss  Phyllis Toaguc.  Initials or Monogram, I'.mbroidcrod on  Handkerchief, 1st, Misa E. Fletcher.  Division 14.    Miscellaneous  Beat Fancy Pin Cushion, 1st, Mrs. 1).  Lloyd-J ones.  Best   Fancy' Handkorchh I Cnse,     1st,  Miss E. Harvev. 2nd Mrs. .1. Toynbee  Bast Fancy Hand Hag, 1st, Miss Rose  Cady, 2nd, Mrs, D,  Lloyd-.lonos.  Best   Novelty of ���nv kind,   1st, R.F-  Keller, 2nd, Mrs. W. D.  Harvey.  "MADE IN CANADA"  We have been appointed General Dealers  for the Ford Car in the Okanagan and have  arranged for local representatives in the  following towns:  Salmon Arm  Enderby  Armstrong  Vernon  Kelouna  Summerland  Penticton  W. F. Buchan  Mack and Mann  R. J. Fletcher  - Megaw Motor Co.  Burbank Motor Co., Ld.  & L. Hatfield  Chas. Greer  A sufficient stock of Ford Parts will be carried by the above  dealers in their respective territories, and we are pleased to  announce that your wants as Ford owners will be looked after  in a businesslike and satisfactory manner.  Burbank Motor Go., Ltd.  Boot Pyrography on Wood or Leather,  1st, Mias Efno Bouvette.  Stencilling, 1st, Mrs. L. A. Seharf.  Photogrnphy, 12 photoB, inolu'ling  portrait, interior, landscape and mov  ing object, 1st, M. H. Chosbro.  HAND PAINTING-IN WATER  "   COLORS AND OILS  Wator Colors, original work, fruit,  flowors or landscape, 1st, Miss Peggy Harvey, 2nd, Mias E. Anderson.  Oils,. Iruit, IlowerB or landscape, 1st,  Mrs. L. A. Sohnrf, 2nd, Mrs. D; A.  Smith.  China Painting, Ircst deooratod vnes,  plaque or other article, 1st, Mrs.  Sproule.  Division 15.   Schools  (Judges! Re,. Thos. Greene and  Rev. A.  Duna)  .  Specimen af penmanship, Business letter, 75 words, certiliod as having  been dono to dictation at the rate  ol 15 words por minute, Snd, "vaa  Amy Fleming.  Best Map ol British Columbia, including rivers, mountains, lakes, cities,  etc., Ut, R. Keller, 2nd, Miss Amy  Fleming.  Pest Hand Writing, 1st, Mus Phyllis  Teague, 2nd, Miss Amy Fleming.  Best Composition: Subject: ''lho advantages of living in the Okanagan  Valley," 1st, Mias li. Conroy, 2nd,  Miaa Phyllis Teague.  Division 16  Domestic Science���Household 'ArtB  For girls 16 years and Under  Bread, home made, white, one loaf  with entiro crust, 1st, Misb K. Kc-  Kenzie, 2nd, M'si Violet Small.  Bread, home made, Brown, one loaf  with entire crust, 1st, Miss U. Whitehead, 2nd, Misa K. McKenzie.  Plain Cake, home made, 1st, Miss Doris Tongue, 2nd, Miss .1. McQuaXrio.  Cookies, half dozen, 1st, Misa K. McKenzie, 2nd, Miss Isabel Copeland.  Mixed Candies, homo made, 1st, Misa  Isabol Copoland, 2nd, Miss E. Fletcher.  Gingerbread. Ist, Miss Isabel Copoland  2nd, Miss K. McQuarrie.  Baking Powder Biscuits, 1st, Miss E.  Fletchor, 2nd, Miss K McKenzie.  Tickles, mixi-d, let, Mias U. Whitehead.  List of the Special  Prize Winners  by H. W. Raymer, 1st Mrs. P. B,  Willits, 2nd, lira. M, E.     White-,  >oad- j  7.���To the exhibitor making highest  number ol points in fanoy work.  Prize Royal Doulton Fern Dish,  value 15.00, donated by W. M.  PerW It Oo,  8.���Best collection ot Wild   Flowers  and   Grasses. Prize,   $2.50 cash,  donated by R. B. Kerr, 1st, Miss  Janet Riddell, 2nd,   Mrs.    J.   0,  Richards.  9.���The highest percentage ot butter  lat, lat prize, 85, donated by E.R.  Bailey; Second prize 12.50, donated by lho Association, lat, Mrs.  Sproule, 2nd, Mrs.D. W. Crowloy.  10.���Beat pair ol Registered Spring  Piga, Pair Boots, valued at 15.00,  donated by W. F. Muirhead, 1st,  F.R.E. DeHart.  II.���Best collection ol Roses, (four of  each variety and not less than  six varieties). Prize 15.00, donated by .1. B. Knnvl's, let, Mrs.  Boyor, 2nd, F.R.E. DeHart, 3rd,  Mrs. D. W. Crowley.  12.���Best pen   Utility    Stook. Prize,  goods valued   SJ-LOO, donated   by  D. W. Sutherland, 1st,, Maok Copeland.  13.���Beat 6 oara ol Feed Corn. Prize  ono yoar subscription to Farmers  Magazine, donated by McLean  Publishing Co., Toronto.  *���,.,.,,, mini  '���    PROFESSIONAL AND   ������  "       BUSINESS CARDS      *���  �����iS iSiiS"S  S  S  S  S  S  .iiSi S  Si Si .US' S  S  S  S Si  (Continued on Page Nine)  1.���Best collection of Kindergarten  work. Prize, Brownie Kodak, donated by ff. Crawford k Co.  2.���Beat piece ol Hand Embroidery.  Prize, goods valued at' $5,00, donated by Jcrnnin Hunt Co. Ltd,  1st, Mrs. Kate Watken.  3. Beat Dozen Buna baked by girl under 16 years of age. First prize,  Box Chocolates, valued |3.00; Second prize, Box Chocolates, valued  S2.00, donated by M. A. Alsgard,  Ist, Misa E. Fletcher, 2nd, Misa  K. McKenzie.  4.���Beat 3 loaves ol bread made Irom  Purity Flour. First prize, 49-lb.  sack Purity Flour; Second prize,  24-lb. Back Purity Flour, donated  by K. F. Oxley, 1st, Mra. C. O'Neil, 2nd, Mrs. A. L. Cross.  5,-Best S-lbs. Dairy Butter. First  prize, 2-lbs. Oxley's special blend  tea; Second prize, l-lb. Oxley's  special blend tea, donated by K.  F. Oxley, 1st Mrs. A. L, Cross, 2nd  T. Barber.  6.���Best collection House Plants (Amateurs only). Prize, 15.00, donated  When  the Other  Fellow Steps  Over Your Head  It jars to have some other fellow step over your head and take  possession of the job you've had  your eyes on for some time.  A little thinking brings you face  to face with the undeniable fact  that training is responsible for it.  To advance you must have the  practical training that makes you  an expert at the occupation of  your own choice.  Without any cost to you whatever, the I. C. S. will tell you how  YOU can get in line for promotion. Simply mark the attached  coupon opposite the occupation  you like best, and mail it today.  Every month upward of 400  students voluntarily report salaries increased and promotion  secured wholly through I, C. S.  training.  Mail the Coupon HOW.  iMtrMtlmi ctrretHMnte Scums  , Bo. SSS, SCRAMTOM, PA.  Pltaia explain, without farther obllgatlna i  tint, huff I caa qualllv lor the pofltloa, trades  ei.loa beiore which ih.v.markedX.  Iho.  Salesmanship  Afrieultur.  Automobile Running  Poultry Farming  Bookkeeper  Stenographer  Advertising Han  Show-ConTWrlllng  Window Trimming  Cornc'l illustrating  Industrial Dsslgnlog  Arch'l Draftsman  Chemist  ClrU Serrlcs  Electrical Wtrtman  Electrical Engineer  Mechanical Drafts.  Mechanical Eng.  Telephone Expert  Stationary Engineer  Textile Hanufsct'g  Civil EoglD.��r  Building Contractor  Architect  Concrete Const'ct'n  Ptum.,St����m Fltfg  Mine ft   Min. 8uparlnt.nd't  i Jr.cVA',..  , City���   -  KENDALL, Local Agent  Box 598, Kelowna  5c Per Day  5c Per Day  A Telephone Will  Save  Your  Time  AND TIME IS MONEY  Do you realize tke convenience of having  a Telephone in your houae ? Have you  thought of the acorea of unnecessary journeys down town it would aave you ? For  the small amount of 5c per day you can  have a Telephone in your reaidence which  will give you aervice night and day with Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Elliaon.Rutland  and other outlying districts.  We are convinced that II you sign up for a 12  months' service and allow u. to malie the installation  you will be come a permanent subscriber.  This rata applies to a lock-out party line installed  within a mile of ths Kelowna Exchange.  For lull rates and particulars apply  Okanagan Telephone Company  St. Paul Street, Kelowns  5c Per Day  ,5c Per Day  ��� Hi#iHia>.s��-��a.s>.��.,aili��.#e.��w��in  ���������������� tmn in i����  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. ;: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister *  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  E. G. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Wllllfe Block   -   Kelowns, B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD BOYD  haa resumed his teaching classes and will  icceive pupils as beiore in his srudlo-  Tronch Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  P. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Lsnd Suroeuor  Surveys and Report, on Irrintion Work.  Application foe Water Lkenae.  KELOWNA. B.C 1  H. C. ROWLEY / ��� F. REYNOLDS  A.M. Inet C.E. A.M. Can. Soc. C.E. B.C.LS  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers snd Lsnd Suroeuors  Water Supply, Irrlsation, Subdivision., etc  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  3, Crowley Block  Dr. J. W. NelBon Shepherd  l'BNTIST  ft O. Boa Its Tho��. II  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for publicBuild-  inga.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univeraitv)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages may be left at the ollice ol  Messrs. Rattenbury ec Williams  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR v  Ettimatea Furnished for all claHei  o! work  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  For Sale  On K.LO. Bench, 20 acres  Bearing Orchard. Would  consider City House aa part  payment.  Apply Box K, Kelowna Record THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 90, WIS  KBLOWMA kBCOM*  PAGE NINE  at Morrison-Thompson Hardware Company  ITS IHE FNSH  of Kelowna s greatest Price Wrecking Hardware Sale. Saturday night, at 10.30 the. Cheap Prices that have startled  the entire country will be no more. If you haven't supplied  your every need in this line don't wait another minute.  Regular Prices After Saturday  Everything in our store will be put back to the regular  prices, and positively nothing will be sold at sale prices after  Saturday. Decide now whether you will buy at these  ridiculously low prices or pay the regular price next week.  THC FINAL CUT |  Sale Closes Saturday  Sale Closes Saturday  Folks!���It's Now or Never  1.85  JDeaUe Bit Axes  Robert Mann snd' Sager  Double Bit Axes; Reg.  price* $1.85  85c  I Lock Sets  Brass and Antique Finish  Lock Sets, complete, knobs,  locks, plates, tVc, 2 keys  45c  1.25  Manure Forks  Reg. $ 1.24. Manure Forks,  extra strong. While they  last at  45c  3.50Lawa Gates  Strong durable wire gates  with steel frames. Reg.  $3.50.   While a few laat at  $1.45  $5 Caninf Sib  3.pie���� Carving Sets, boot.  stag sod sTOsr beadles.  Values to $5 for  $1.45  $1.10  Berry Vamkh  Berry Bros. $1.10 Liquid  Floor Granite for floors  and interior finishing.  45c  $19 Tents  10* 14 Wall Tents. IOhw.  duck. Reg. $19 value.  Saturday Special only  $11.90  19  McClary Range  Reg. $19 McClary Ranges,  14-in. oven, 4 holes, burns  wood or coal.   Special  65c Berry Stains  The best scain for floor*  and all inaide wood work.  . Reg. 65c sise. Extra special  25c  $2.50 09 Mops  $1.50 Liquid Veneer Mop  and $1 bottle of Liquid  Veneer, now  90c  Contest Closes at 8.30  Be in store at 8.30 Saturday night when Contest Ends and  see who wins the prixei.  Volunteers wanted to count nails and act as Judges. Leave  your name at lhe otlice.  Guesses Accepted Until 8 p.m. Saturday  18.50  Vacuum Cleaner  Reg. $18 Vacuum Clean-  era, for floors and wall*.  Extra special  $14 Coal Heater  Nickle trimmed, large size,  coal Heaters. Reg. $14  valuea, new-only  $5.95  $18 Tool Seta  25 . different Keen Kutter  fools in a strong wooden  case, Reg. $18 value, now  $9.85   '  $87.50  McClary Range  You all know thia famous  make. Complete with oven  and reservoir. Nickle trim'd  IF  YOU WANT THESE YOU MUST SHOW SOME SPEED  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  LIST OF FAIR PRIZE WINNERS  (���Continued from Page Eight) .  R-Best Hog (any breed). Prise, book  on Hog Raising, donated by Lip-  pmoott Publishing   Co., Philadel"  pliitt, 1st, H. Hereron.  18.���Best Quart .Strained Honey. First  prise 2-lbs. MoKenzie Co. Ltd.,  Blue Tea; Second prise l-lb. MoKenzie Co. Ltd., Blue Tea, donated by McKenzie Co. Ltd., lat, S.  J. Weeks, 2nd, Hrs. E. M. Barber.  lA.-Best Grade Milk Cow. Prise groceries valued $6.00, donated by  MoKenzie Co. Ltd., 1st, A. Mo-  Quarrie.  17.���Best 3 loaves Bread made Irom  Koyal Household Flour. First  prize, lil-lb sack Royal Htniaehold  Flour; Second prize, 24-lb. sack  Koyal Household Flour, donated  by MoKenzie Co. Lid, lat, Mrs.  8. Gray, 2nd, Mrs. L. Dilworth.  18.���Best Dozen Buns made Irom Koyal  Household Flour. First prise 44Mb,  saok Royal Household Flour; Second prize, 24-lb. saok Royal House  hold Flour, donated by McKen/ae  Co. Ltd., 1st, Mrs. D. Lloyd-Jones  2nd, Mrs. J. Fletcher.  19.���Best Pen ol Buttercups, 3 pullets  and 1 cockerel. Prize Pair SI aters  Boots, valued $6.50, donated by  T. Morrison, Oak Hall' Co. Ltd.  1st, i.J. A. Morrison.  -Best Heiler Call bred this year,  (any*breed). Prize, Feeding Farm  Annual, donated by Lippincott  Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1st  Jas. Coupland.  91.���Best Amateur Exhibit ol photos  (not less than one dozen). Prize  Portrait setting and hall dozen  photos, donated by G. H. E.  Hudson, 1st, Misa Jan t Riddell.  28.-DISTRICT EXHIBITS.-A compe  titjon to be held lor the best District Exhibits ol Agricultural add  Horticultural products. Three districts to compete or no prize, will  be given. First prize, f 15.00, given by Mayor Jones; Second prize,  110.00 given by L. E.' Taylor. Diploma with lirst prire, 1st, EUi-  soii * 712 points, Kutland, 641  points.  23.���Best Single Driving Turnout owned by exhibitor. Prize, Rug, valued $5.00, donated by W. R. Glenn  li Son, 1st, R. Mun on.  24���Best Map ol Europe (showing the  war zone) open to tho pupils ol  Kelowna distriot schools. Firat  prize, $9.00 oash, donated bv G.  Rowcliffe; Second print, 82.00 oaah  donated by G. Rowcliffe. Map to  be signed by teacher ol pupil, 1st  If. Keller, 2nd, Mias II. Lloyd-  Jones.  25.-l"est Packed Box Winter Apples,  any variety, (amateurs only).  Prize 15.00, donated by W. Haug.  Apples to become the property of  donor,' 1st, Mrs. S. Gray, 2nd, T  Bulman.  26.���The Best Registered Dairy Cow,  (any breed). First prize, Gold  Watch, donated by Petrie Menu;  laoturing Co. Ltd., 1st, Jas. Coup  land.  27.���Best 3 Cows ior dairy purposes,  (any breed), live yeara old or under. Prize, Silver Cup, donated  by Mr. J. L. Pridham, 1st, J. 8.  Mackenzie.  '2g.-Best Hall Dozen Quarts oi Fruit.  First prise, 5-lbs. Sunbeam Tea;  Second prise 3-lbs. Sunbeam Tea,  donated by Campbell & Prioe, la  Mrs. S. Gray, 2nd, Mrs. H.G.M  Gardner.  29.���Beat 3 loaves ol Brown Bread.  Prize, 6 sacks ol Gold Coin Potatoes, donated by Harvoy, Duggan  St Davies, let, Mrs. W. D. Harvey.  30.���For the Cockerel securing ths  highest number ol points. Prise  A man's sweater coat, valued at  $5.00,   donated   by H. F.   Hicks,  af*  m  WHEN BUVlNfiYEASTI  INSIST ON HAVING [  THIS PACKAGE  '*ys#  1st, AM. Notley."  31.-Not less than 12 Photos ol Kelowna and dittriot to'be taken,  developed and finished this year  by children not over 15 years ol  age. First prize, Developing tank  valued at $5.00; Second prise,  Photographio Material, valued at  $3.00, donated by P. B. WilUts  <k Co., 1st, Wm. MoGibbon.  32.-B.et Pair ol Initialled Towels.  Prise, HaU Dozen Cabinet Photos,  valued $4.00, donated by 8. Gray.  S3.���Beat collection ol Cut Flowers, 6  varietiea, in vases. First prise.  Bulbs, valued at 15.00; Second  prise, Bulb*, valued at $8.00;  Third prize, Bulbs, valued $1.60,  donated by Messrs. Palmer sc  Rogerson.  34.-Bett collection of' Potatoes. Erin  Rug, valued $5.00, Donated by  Kelowaa Implement Co. Ltd., la  C. E. Weeks.  3D.���Bett three loaves ol bread made  Irom Robin Hood Flour. Firat  prise 98 pound saok Robin Hood  Flour; Second prise 49 pound saok  Robin Hood Flour, donated by  Kelowna Growers Exchange, lat  Mrs. C. O'Neil, 2nd, Mitt ZeHa  Monford.  88.-Bett essay oa "The Fair aad  What I taw there." Open to boys  and girls ol public sohool only.  Judges, Rev. Thos. Greene and  Rev. A. Dunn. Firat prize $2.00;  .second prize $1.00.  Donated by Mr. Veil Gregory.  Results of the Racing  i n.; whole credit lor a . most suc-  ceaaful program ol sports on both  days must be given unreserved to Captain Callaghan, Major Hope, md the  soldiers from the camp of 'whom several hundred took advantage of tho  excursions. Th.' so'dier boys threw  themselves heartily into the sports and  everything went with a swing Irom  start to finish,  On the inside oi tho raoe track a  special stand had been erected for tho  boxing contests whi.'h look place at  intervals durinj bo!b afternoons. The  lighters were nearly all members of  one or other of the camps at Vornon,  the fortunes ol war���or rather the preparations for war���havinj thrown together quite a number of front run1.  athletes from all parts of the country.  . TUESDAY  2.30 Trot or Faoo.-In this Ike Cham-  berlin's "Cora Brown" waa matched  against J. Richardson's "Don Zombro." "Cora Brown" finished lirst  in each ol three heats, winning the  raoe.  Pony Race.���Ist, Victor Borre's "Mdud  S." 2nd, A. II. Davy's "Paddy,"  3rd, J. F. Munaon'a "Kitty.';  Military Race.���lat, Lieut, Maodonoll'n  "Minoru," 2nd, Trooper T. J. Turner's "Nigger," 3rd, Ma'or l'errv's  "Bella."  Half-mile Foot liaoc.���lat, Roberts ol  the 47th; 2nd, ('. Furr of the 17th;  3rd, T. Ryan, ol thc I Ith, C.M.K.  100-Yards Foot Koce.-Iat. McBryan,  11th C.M.R., 2nd, Roberts, 47th, lird.  Adams, 47th.  Tandem Race���1st Archie Johnson, 2nd  Felix Casorso.  Hall-Mile Open.-lst I.ieut. MacdonMl'a  "Minoru," 2nd, Nelson I'atise '"Hunk  Well," 3rd, Victor Horre's "Maud S.'  Three Mile Foot Raoe.���1st Farr. 17th,'  2nd, Cumtning8, 54th, 3rd, Cose,  54th.  WEDNESDAY  Free For All.���There were only two  horses entered for this race. Local  Option (Jack Cameron.) and Cora  Brown (Ike Cfaamberlin). Local Option won three heats in suooeasion.  Quarter Mile Relay Race. ��� Thru)  teams' of four men '.-noli taken Ircm  the Uth C.M.K., 62nd, and 17th  Battalions competed in a (food race.  The 47th men won with tho 62nd in  second plaoe. ', ���  Ladies Raoe.���Two entries, "Minoru"  ridden by Miss .1. Kidaton ol Vernon and "Babe" riddrn by Miss  Jenny Stephens. Miss Stephens'  horse was too obviously out-classed  Irom the first and the race went easily to Miss Kidston.  Chariot Race.���First, Felix CaSorto,  2nd, A. Johnson.  Quarter Mile Match Raoe.���"Kitty"  Kelowna, boat "Nigger'.' ol Vernon.  Tug of War.���This waa arranged for  four teams, the first pulls to be tr*  llthCM.lt., against the 62ml, ami  the 47th against Kelowna. The Kolowna loam, however failed to "how  up and the 47th waa matched in the  final pull against the C.M.R. men  and won after a stiff fight.  Half Mile Daah.-lst, "Rossington"  (Dunoan Tutt), with .lack Davy up,  2nd, "Minoru", 3rd, "Hunksweil."  One Mile Foot Raoe.- 1st, Roberta*,  47th, 2nd, Farr, 47th, 3rd, Ryan,  Uth C.M.R.  Five-eighths Dash.���1st "Minoru", 2ndL.  "Rossington," 3rd, "Hunksweil.:'  Relay Race.���Felix Casorso won ovor  Archie Johnson.. In the second lap  of this thc riders had to mount  backward in the saddle.  High Jump���1st, MbBryan, llth'C.M.  R��� 5 feet; 2nd, Masse)', 62nd; 3rd,  ti0 between Lindsay and Box.  Hurdle    Raoe.-lst MoRryan of     the  Uth, C.M.R.  Band Raoe.���This was an amue'.ag  event between ehe band members ol  tho 47th and 62nd. Each contestant carried his own instrument and  continued playing it over the course  or was disqualified. The result  was, 1st, Bate, 2nd, Inglis, 3rd, la-  son.  During the afternoon a, band contest  was held between    the rival military  bands. Eaoh band hail to play   over  two selected pieces. The award, olthe  judges (Messrs. II. T. Boyd nnd Drury  Pryoe; went to tne ��7ttv  a**. ���II'"  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1916  WANTED!  1  J  FOR   SALE  11 AY, btled or loose, delivered in Kelowna, $15 per ton. Thos. Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22tl  FOR SALE.���The prettiest home in  Kelowns will be Bold vory oneap and  on easy terms. Apply Box "E" lie  cord. 2l'.tl.  WOOD FOR SALK OR T1UDF..-Very  choice fir, 16-inch. For cosh or will  trade for stock saddle, shot gun or  rifle.    Particulars at Reoord.    36tl.  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED.���Woman, middle aged preferred for store work and housework.  Reference required. Apply in peraon  ol phone 2102, East Kelowna. W.L.  Chapman. 43tf.  MISCELLANEOUS  EXCHANGE.���We hsve inquiriea from  Vancouver and Prairie Provinces for  fruit Und. If you wish to sell or exchange your propei ty we shall be ple.s-  ed to receive particulars. Bulman oc  Croaa, Willits Block.   Phone 306     22if  WANTED.���Woman wants work by dny  week or month, sleep in or out. Apply Box "D" Record. 42tl  LADIES HAIR DRESSING ��nd out  ting, singeing nnd shampooing, at  moderate charges by Mrs. J. Wilkie,  Woodlawn, Kelowna.  EOR RENT.���Seven-room bungalow,  furnished or unfurnished. Three bed'  rooms, hot water heating, all conveniences. Terms mod rote. Apply to  G. A. Fisher, Hos 129, Kolowna, ur  Phone 21. 45tf  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr  Mathie'a (over tailor shop, Pendoz  street between the hours >l 2 30 and  5.30 p.m. Saturday of ench .visit to moot  ladies wishing: tn order corsets. P. 0.  Rot 626. K.lnwnr, 20tf,  Items from Ellison  Two new silos have been ereoted in  this distriot during the past few days.  A largo one 13 x 2t) feet, has been  built on the Cloverdale ranoh by T.  Itulmtiii and has been filled by Mr. L.  E. Taylor, of the BanUhood ranch. The  other silo has bcrn erected by Mr. J.  Conroy, tho dimensions being 12 x 28  feet. This silo has been filled! by Mr.  Taylor's machine which is bcin? run  by Mr. Martin Conroy lor Mr. Taylor  A  mooting      is   to   be held in   tho  school room on lho Uth ol Octoqor,  to elect a trustee for the ensuing year  A good attendance of ratepayers  requested.  MOVING BY PARCEL POST  Miss Matlie Williams o! Contralia.  Wash., in forwarding 400 pounds ol  household goods to a romoto port ol  Island County, by panel post nearly  swamped the post office at that place.  Miss Williams waa leaving lo leucS  school and owin^ to o n^ossory irem  ler of the goods thought parcel posti  was cheaper than the freight.  WARNING  Sportsmen are hereby warned that  Shooting is Not Allowed  on the Eatates of the KELOWNA  LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY,  LID, and the SOUTH KELOWNA   LAND   COMPANY,  LTD  Tre-passers will be prosecuted.  SILO  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, or-  order the BEST; the cost  is just the same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  Superior Band Iron (or Sale,  j Enquire of Okanagan Loan &  Investment Trust Company.  ��-5  Dr. MATHISON  Dentiat  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Furniture Values at this store are Undoubtedly Attracive  An all-new stock, priced within reach  of all pocket books. Qualities and designs as found in all up-to-date stores  It's n3 trouble to shove you. Dj.i't buy elsewhere before  visiting our display. We are prepared to furnish your  home from top to bottom, and guarantee you satisfaction  and money saved.  Just a Sample:  I -4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  Reg. $26.25 ;   Now $17.50  1-4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  Reg. $19.75 ;   Now $13.50  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Diners (set of six)  Reg. $29.50 ;   Now $20.00  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Buffet  Reg. $28.00;   Now $18.75  Heaters, Ranges, Cookstoves  Here is a display that pleases. The time has come when you  hnve to figure on how to be comfortable for the winter. DO IT  NOW. We can supply ranges at almost any price you want  to pay.   Heaters for coal or wood, or both from      $2,20 up  Hardware Bargains in every section  B^��3SijSiJsaMr*B��fS'-J    ��� .'. .1 ���.-"-���. ���. ���������ssssssswsJJpssMM^styssssssssa^^WWWHffW|^^^MM *  Cash Counts Here���the Motto of this Store  J Dalgleish & Harding  farewell Tendered to  Rev. and Mrs. Beattie  The Ladies' Cluild ol St. Andrew's  ohureh, Kutland gave a farewell bon-j  quet in the church on Friday evening  September 25th in honor oi tho retir ,  ing pastor and his wile, Kev. and Mrs.'  W. T. Beattie. j  At 7 o'clock the guests sat .down to  a sumptous repast in which roast'  fowl and seasonable fruits were eon-,  spicuoux. 'lho tables were tastefully  spread with linen and decorated with  beautiful flowers. Aftor ample justice  hnd beon done to the good things so  bountifully provided, the ohair wns  taken by Mr. A. J, Clover, and the  following attractive program was rendered:  Address.���Kev. Gordon Tanner.  Song.���Miss Magee.  Toast to   Uov. W. T. Beattie  Mrs.    Beattie,    proposed   by  Fleming and responded to by  A. W. Dalgleish.  Kooitation���Mrs. .J. Charlton.  Hong.���Bev. W. T. Beattie.  Toast.���Church Union, proposed  Rov. Mr. Tanner, responded to by  Kev. Mr. Beattio.  Song.���Mr. .1. Brown.  Speech.���Mr. Brown, of Glenmore.  Reading.���Mrs. A. H. .lohnston.  At this juncture Miss May Fitzput-  rick came forward and rend the   foi-  NOTICE TO CONTBACTOBS  Poplar Grove Sohool  and  Mr  Mr  by  lowing address to Rev. nnd Mrs. W.T.  Beattie:  "We, tho members of St. Andrews'  I'resbyterinn church leain with regret  ol your decision to resign your pastorate here. You have, during your  ministry among us, been a liging inspiration to the individual and tho  community. Your untiring efforts to  create a more friendly feeling and bet-'  ter acquaintance among the three,  branches of this field, have not been  unobserved. The frequent and cheerful  visits, made by your estimable wife  and .yourself to our homes, havo been  an important factor in developing a  spirit of enthusiasm in the church services. Our church undtr your guidance nnd direction has enjoyed a per  iod of unusual prosperity. " Through  your ability to rally our forces around  you, it has been possible to aoquiro  the present building as n permanent '  place ol Worship for this congregation  Wo had hoped to enjoy tho benefits  of your pastorate for a number of  years, in order that you might coi.-  tinue the work in your usual rnergetio  manner, but wo feel th-it our loss is  another's gain. We trust that during  your stay in tho sunn- Oknnagnn, you  have both experienced an improvement  in health and strength, and are thus  bettor equipped for further duty.  In bidding you farewell allow us to  extend to Mrs. Boat t ie and yourself, j  in n tangible form, this sin,J! gift  as an expression of our deep appreciation ol your services."  The gift consisting of a lunch bag  and thermos bottle wns presented by  Miss Z. Montord.  Mr. Beattie very h-artily thanked,  the congregation for th. kind r.mem-  branco, and in a fi-w well ehosin words  expressed his deep rgr. t at severing  his connect inn with tho many warm  frionds at Rutland.  Che banquet closed with the singing ol ono verse ol the hymn, "God  be with you till we miet again."  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders lor Poplar Grove Sohool,"  will be received by the Honorable the  Minister ol Publio Works up to 13  o'clock noon on,Tuesday, the &th day  of October, 1015, for the erection and  completion ol a small one-room! sohool  houso at Poplar Grove, in the Municipality ol l'onticton and the Okanagan  Klectoral Distriot.  I'Inns, specifications, contract, and  form-' of tender may bo seen on and  after tho 20th day ot September, 1915  at tho ollioe ol 1.. Norris, Government  Agent, Vernon; W. A. McKenzie, Secretary ol School Board, Box 215, Penticton; and the Department ol Publio  Works. Victoria.  By applioation .to the undersigned,  contractors can obtain a copy ol the  plans and specifications for the sum  of ten dollars (10.) or a certified  cheque, which will be Refunded on their  return in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered blank ol  Canada, mado payable to the Honorable the Minister of Publio Works, lor  a stun equal to 20 I'll- cent, of tender,  whioh shall bo forfeited if the party  tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or  if he fail to complete tho work contracted far. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the  execution of the contract.  .Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed w'th tho aotual signature of the  tenderer, and enclosed in tha envelopes  furnished.  Tho lowest or any tinder not necessarily accepted.  .1. E. GRIFFITH.  Deputy    Minister    nnd Publio Works  Engineer.  Public Works Department.  Victoria, B.C., September 11th, 1915.  44-5.  Try a Record Want. Ad.  Just a Year Ago  We mentioned in our advertisement 4 new Recipes,  Pear Marmalade, Peach Conserve, Ripe Cucumber  Pickle and Mother's Pickles, and many people made  use of these recipes, too. We have been asked  several times tb give the recipe for the first two, so  are printing them again.  Three lemons cut very line;  Five pounds ripe pears cut  line;  Five pounds granulated sugar;  Three ounces ol crystalized  ginger. /  Boil lemosjs in water lor hall  an hour, add pears, sugar  and ginger, and cook well.  Three oranges snd two lemons  cut very fine;  rive pounds peaches cut fine;  Five pounds ol granulated  sugar:  One pound .ultariai.  Boil oranges and lemons in  water for hall an hour.  Add peaches, -sugar and  sultanas, and cook well.  When you preserve your Citrons and Pears, try  some with Lemons; sliced; try some with Root  Ginger and try some with juicy Raisins.  The McKenzie Coy., Ltd.  "Quality and Service' our Motto  Phone 214  Great Sacrifice in  Real Estate  We have the excluse sale of all the property in Kelowna owned  by the late Mr. Lum Lock, containing 23 Lots, size 33 ft. x 140 ft.  and 4 Lots 50 ft. x 145 ft. We are offering this property for  sale for the next two weeks on terms at pricea Less Than One-  Third of the Assessed Value.    Clear title and taxes paid.  For further particulars apply  Harvey, Duggan & Davies  Canadian Apples at Spokane  British Columbia apple districts will  have the biggest representation in  their history at the eighth national  apple show at .Spokane, Wash., November 15th to 20th, according to W.  P. Romans, superintendent of exhibits.  "We are assured by Canadian growers that they will enter throe timea  as much Iruit as last year," states  Mr, Kotnana. "lip across the line thoy  are raising wonderfully line apples,  and their entries at last year's show  captured several lirst prize awards.  They will be especially strong In the  Winter Banana, Delioious and Spltsen-  burg competitions."  1'he polioy ol the apple show hat  boen changed this yoar with respect to  tho ownership ol the exhibits.  Entries at the laat two shows wen  made upon the condition that the  prise winning fruit become the property ol tho National Applo Show to fas  used (or advertising purposes. This  year all Iruit wilr remain the property  ol the exhibitor. This means that exhibitors in the various classes will not  only be able to win largo cash prises  but will add value to the Iruit ineelf  by reason ol the prestige gained.  A feature ol this year's show wttl  be a contest among n"w varieties ol  apples. This will be limited to varieties not exhibited at previous National Apple Shows. Each entry ol one  box is to be accompanied by a detailed description ol thc origin ol the  variety and reasons why it holds promise ol becoming commercially important.  Most ol the plate exhibits Irom the  the Fair are being shipped at the request ol the government to the Canadian Building at the San Francisco  Exhlbitloa.  WOOL GOODS ARE NOW IN  Ladies' Coat  Sweaters  V  Cap to Match  Color-Cerise  ,.   Camel  ���   Sage  ,.   Red  ���   Grey  ���   TerraCotta  Ladies'Separ-  ate Sweaters  Shawl Collars  Color- Camel     ���  ���    Saxe        $6 &  ���    Corral      }V je  ���    Whit, f ����,/.?  ii    Peach      ���JJL  GREAT DEMAND  We have just put a Fine  New and Attractive range  in stock. Inspection invited   1      m%  Linens Advancing  Recent reports from  linen centres state that  further advances are being announced by manufacturers of linen goods  ' Flax, from which the  linen is made, comes almost entirely Irom Belgium snd Russia, and it  is now exceedinly difficult for manufacturers  to obtain supplies from  either country. Prices of  raw flax have advanced  100 per cent. ,  In spite of these conditions, we are still offering a large stock of all  kinds of linen goods at  very low prices, including bleached and cream  Tahlings, Damask Cloth  and Napkins, Crashes,  Glsss Towelings, Drawing Linens, Hemmed  and hemstitched Towels  White snd Striped Turkish Towels, &c.  Misses' and  Girls' Coats  High Collar, very  special  Colors-Plain Brown  ���      ���    Navy  ���      ���    Ok. Red  ���       ���     Dk.Ssxe  ���      ���     Ok. Tan  .,      .,    White  $2.00  Little Boys'.* Girls  Kilted Dresses sad  Suits ,  Colors-Red. Tan. Saxe  White. Brown, Navy.  $2.50 Suits  $2.75 Kilted Suits  We are also showing  the latest novelties in  Corner Embroidered���  to retail at from five  cents to two dollars esch  -also Plsin Hemstitched  and Fancy Embroidered  Handkerchiefs put up  in fancy boxes, to retail  from fifteen cents lo ���  dollar snd a half each.  There is a big demsnd  for these goods. Buy  early before our stocks  are broken.  Newer Coats  Tha coat shows the tendency  to longer lengths and. to fulness rather than ripples. The  coat is cut loose, lull, p.l.tot  lashion, with a decided flare.  The cloths are varied in tn-  , ture and shades-Browns, Tan,  Blues, Greys (c Tweed Mix.  '����" $16.50 to $27.50  Thos. Lawson, Limited


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