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Array KELOWNA RECORD  CHRISTMAS  1913 KKLOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  KELOWNA RJRMTURE Ca  In purchasing goods there are  THREE essentials:  Quantity,  Quality, and  Price  We lead in all three.  In our two buildings we have a floor space  of 28,000 square feet, or two thirds of an acre,  devoted exclusively to the Furnituie business.  ln this immense area we have a $50,000.00  stock, assorted so as to meet the requirements of  every purchaser.  The following will give an idea cf the immense assortment we carry :  48 distinct styles in  Bedroom Suites  43 distinct styles in  Beds alone  27 distinct styles in  Dining Room Suites  In Carpets wo have Tapestry, Brussels, Vulveta. tVxmlnstor,  Wilton, Persian and Indian Squares, In en WHlless variety of  coloring and sizes,  When we use the torn. "Oak" it means Oak aud nothing  else. It dotN not mean grained Imltatlops, to whioh such  names as "Royal Oak," "Empire Oak1' and many othor mi*  loading names urn given.   Tha saino applies to mahogany*.  Tin. following quotations reprusoni anlj a fow Items in it  low of our manj lines,  Buffets, thirty-six Inoh pinto mirror   #1-1.40  Buffets, Oak. thirty-six inch bevel plate mirror   #HV40  Buffets, Oak, thirty-six Inoh bevel pinto mirror  $15.00  tluffots, ijr. Oak, thirty-four inoh twvel plato mirror #15.00  Buffets, (Jr. Oak. thirty-six Inoh bevel plato mirror ... #11.50  We havo many period designs, ranging In price from prions  given to #ioo.oo.  In ordering bv mail, name finish desired.  Dinner Wagons and Trays to matoh,  Extension Tables, eaoh   #N,50 and #10.00  Dak Extension Tablet     #16.00  Oak Pedestal Extension Tables     #15.00  Qr. Oak IVdestal Extension Tables, #11.50 to #85.00, accord'  ftijr to size, nnd quality, in any finish.  No. ItM.j  Kim Diners   ���    8tc.  Kim Diners, brace Arms   $1.00  Qr. Oak, set of six diners   #16.00  Qr. Oak, set of six diners, leather seats   #l��.KO  (Jr. (Ink. set of six diners, lenthor seats in n range  of pricos  from     #11.50  to #11.00  Finished lo match BnliVts und Tabloa.  BEDS  Iron Rutin l|  inoh post, brass trimmed     #S.O0  Iron Reds, t.>|> brass rail, V. in. high, a strong bed foe   #��.:I0  llrnss bods, 'i in. prist, an,\ tlnish   #15.00  llrass Hods, '! in. continuous ponl   #18.00  Kvorj  othor Una e,|iiull,\  lou  in price.    I'rico is sumr   lor  nil widths.  ^TTTTT  \lJD?M  frllllT  11  iWWr,  M   !  t; 11  I rtl'i��v(f*frfANfl:"EiyfiN��'[i  ,  'iM*ft  alt  Price $7.20  Mattress to Match  $2 to $4  Mattresses  Combination Foil   Mattresses, 4ft, tiin  #4.00  Alt Felt Maltross, In strong Art tioking, roll ,'d|io in  4ft,   tiin.  sizo,   A   special  prioe     #1.50  (Istornioro Mat I roan, lit. tiin. ���i/o   $15,00  Wr> have n very Iniyo lino of Pelt Mattresses, ranging tu  iirloo (nun n t'uuip ftr',1 Mattress in Folt nt ..SO to a Combination Hair nnd Foil Mattress at  #���,''.50  Ited Springs, M'"l(l quality, relnloroed, Price in 4lt,  Bin. sizo     #��.I5  Iron Rod, Spring and  MnttrosB, nn above full size ...    #0.15  Rrass Rods,  Foil  iMallroas nriri best quality Spring,  lull size, nil lor   $115.00  Camp llnda   fi.M  t'amp Ital Mattress, ull Felt   *%.M  Price in Solid  Fumed Oak  $17  Same, with  14 by 24  Mirror, in Golden  Oak  $12  Drcesors In Elm, l!l x 'J* bevel pinto mirror    #0.00  Drnssers in Surface Ouk  ���  #0.00  Dressers In plain mirror  ',   $0,00  Wash Stand to matoh   *���*���*���  Our stock is particularly Inrge In this lino, Inoludlng forty-  ,iulil nVsiifiis in OnU. Mahogany nnd Wnlnul. <>��'' Fumed  (ink Suites, win, (ink Reds to match, urn particularly attractive,    Price in qr.  Cut Oak  $10.80  Same in Lighter  Frame  $8.50  Ilenw Oak Morris Chairs, in Fumed nnd tJolden Oak  with No. 8. Leather Cushions, Felt filling   #10.00  A Comfortable Morris Chair, padded sent and back ... #0.00  Solid Mahogany Upholstered Parlor Chairs     #11.00  Couchos, in beat quality Tapestry nnd Oak Frames ...   #6.75  Heavy    Couches,    Solid Oak    Frames, covered with  No.   I,  lenthor       #10.00. #11.00 nnd #.16.00  Davenport Beds, Solid Oak Frame, Leather Upholstered Spring  Sent nnd Back opens up by ono motion, price includes  Sprimr nnd Felt  Mattress     #50.00  Child's High Chairs,  $1.00  Kitchen Cabinets,  $21.80  Kitchen Chairs      65o  Kltohon Tallies, 411, with Drawer     #��.80  Kitohon Cabinets  #6.00  Nurse Bookers  #1.85  Ann Rockers     #��.��0  Ann  Itockors, Qr, Oak     ��S.!JR  Office Tillors   #5 00, #1.5�� and #10.00  Window blinds        35e.  Scotch Linoleum  Nairn's Inlaid, por square yurd   Nairn's I'rintod.  No.  I. quality, per square yard  Nairn's Printed, N,,. % quality, per square ynrd .....  Nairn's I'rintod, No. II quality, per square yard    #1.00  .. 65c.  .. 55c.  ..   50c.  Carpets  i'apostry Snuares !�� x 9 leet     #8.00  Drussol Squares, 9 x 10-B      #11.50  Velvet Squares, 9 v 10 6     #30.00  Axmlnster Squares 9 m IO-��      #��5.!J0  Freight prepaid to all Points on the Lake  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Pend zi St. and Lawrence Ave. Kelotona o  ttvtb  VOL. VI.   NO. 4.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Council Asked to Stand  For Another Term I  PETITION    FROM    BUSINESS MEN  AND RATEPAYERS WANTS THE  MAYOR AND ALDERMEN  TO  REMAIN IN OFFICE  The city council is now approaohing  the ond of its term of oll'ico and tho  business of Lho regular Friday morning meeting is confined chiefly to  routine mutters and thu winding up of  the affairs of the your.  At the last week's meeting a deputation consisting of Messrs. 1). Leekie,  D. Lloyd-Jones and P. DuMoulin attended with u petttionf addressed to  .Mayor Jones und Aldermen Sutherland, Copeland; Taylor. Cosens,  Thompson and Calder, constituting the  present council asking them to accept  nominal ion .nr 1914, and pledging lho  support of ihe signatories, who includ-  !d some 5.. business men and rata*  payers.  Jn presenting tht* petition, Mr. Leokio  said it wus tin' general feeling around  the city that tho present oounoil had  been managing tho affairs of the eil\  vory well during a difficult financial  period and thai nny change now might  be detrimental to tho Interests of tho  cily. The mutter of a council for next  year hnd been discussed by some of  business men, und if nny of the present council wero unwilling to stand  for another term they would like to  know at once, so as to havo limn to  look around for some one tu take their  places. During the past year tho  council hnd begun some largo undertakings, and it was folt that it would  be unwise to interfere with them at  the present stage.  Mr. DuMoulin said thnt he believed  the. oitizons fully appreciated the groat  sacrifice the council were making, in  [riving up so much of thoir time to  oity work, and they did not want them  to make up their minds in too much  of a hurry. Things were at present nt  a crucial point financially. A groat  deal of money had been spent on tho  Sewerage nnd water systems and more  I  Presentation to Former  Exchange Manager  D1BECT0HS    OF   OLD   COMPANY  honob mk. it. Mcdonald  Hockey Boys' Concert  Draws Big Crowd  ARMENIAN WRESTLER ISSUES   A  CHALLENGE TO LOCAL  WRESTLERS  j   Tlie entertainment  organized by  tho  local hookey players for tlie purpose of  raising funds for expenses incident    to  the    game   during    the coming season  proved a grout success  financially   and  'otherwise,, and the boys will now havo  at least, means of making a start    us  boon as the weather clerk realizes lhat  it is winter.  1   The "star  turn" of tho concert was  uu exhibition wrestling matoh between ... .     ,,     ,  ,. ,   u   ,    .     . ,,. .... accompanied by a purse of gold, sub-  Hob Suthorland and Clarence Eklund, ��� \ f      r, ��� ,  . . ,,   ,,   , ,    ,,, scribed    by    the    old    members    and  but as turn: wus limited to ulteen nun-  . .     ,  I r lends.  The following was the text of the ad-  Iress presented:  Mr. B. McDonald, formerly manager  of the now extinct Kolowna Farmers-  Exchange, was made the subject of an  interesting presentation last Thursday  afternoon in the Board of Trade rooms  Those present included many of tho  former directors and meml>crs of tho  \change. The following address was  ead by Mr. W. A. Scott, at the conclusion of which a copy, handsomely  ngrossed was handed to Mr. McDonald  utes, and neither of tho contestants  st'cured a fall or even got into a tight  place, tho event furnished little excitement.  I An exhibition of gymnastic work on  the parallel burs wus given by Messrs.  I'nvie and Bouvette, and a boxing bout  of throe rounds, between E. Hoy  and Fred Koo, the latter also, along  with I'etrie gave an amusing . x.'-ibi-  tion of  blindfold boxing.  ; Tho Minioi'i brothers, two local Japs,  gave nn exhibitiou of their vigorous  nutionul sword play, and Mr. Frank  Dnvls an excellent rendering of lho  "Sailors'   Hornpipe."  [    The   musical     items   included   Scotch  Byron McDonald, Esq.  The winding up of the Kelowna  Farmers' Exchange with which you  have been connected practically since  its Inception, in order to make way  for the larger government supported  organisation marks the closing of a  chapter in the history of the Fruit and  Produce industry of the Kelowna district.  We, the directors of the Farmers'  ICxohango who have been associated  with you for many years in conjunction with a number of our shareholders and growers, many of whom    you  will    recognize    as being among     the  I���,;' ",^"il1 '.ou.dly uncorfl.i'nd ""^largos, shipper, of fruit and   produce  CAUGHT IN THE ACT!  Iiy Mr. Bott JobllBOl) unil Mr. Paul  j Pitner. Thu "Willing Doodle Hunil" und  j thu "Knz/.y-Wuzzy  Quartet" aud     lho  Puller   Quartette   contributed    weird  strains at Intervals.  j    Sonic   lit tin sensation   was     caused  through the exchange, wish to    take  opportunity of expressing to   you  .In  ind  over their duties to sonu-ono else. Ha oniption from taxation of nn.\  would like, however to sue ull thu mem for u period ol liftren years,  bers remain nt their posta if possible. And whereat lho suid Railway Coin.  Some ol tlie uhlerineu. however could puny liavo bought up large traols ol  not suo their way to full in wilh tho land within llie limits of thc city ol  suggestion. Ahleruian Sutherland ex- Armstrong and until such branoh rail-  pressed a wish to ivtire and Aldormen way ia completed they are unable to  Calder und lopolund, wore firm in dotormino whieh lands are roquirsd for  their deiormiuution not to stand, lho railway purposes, and oonsajuontliy lhe  would hnve lo be spent, and ha .mattor however was left to be discus- whole of the lands bought aTOOxempl-  thoughl  that, those who had brought asd later. [od Irom taxation, thoroby working   a  theso undertakings to their preaent Mrs. II. II. Millie appeared on be-1hardship on tho oity through loss ol  stage should bo lho ones lo oarry thorn :half of tho Benevolent Sooiety to aek rovenue, aud  through. tl1Bt ^ remaining hulf oi S'iOU grant-'   Wberoas tho said   Hallway Company  Mr.  H.   l.!oyil-.loncs  also spoke     in od by   the council    some time ago be are renting a large percentage of such  support of Ihe petition. paid over to the soeioty, as thoy wore lands for    vegetable growing,  thereby  Mayor .lonos in reply to the depute- in need of funds    to carry on    thoir getting an Immediate return for money  tion said no doubt the members ol the work this winter.    Mra. Millie gave no'so Invested,  council fully appreciated the good in-Recount of tho way in which the first' Be it therefore resolvod thut wo, thu  tentions of tho petitioners in asking ��100 had boen spout in relieving many'.Mayor and t'ouncil ol tho city of Arni-  them to serve for another term. There oases of roal distress, with the ap-'strong in open mooting assembled hum-  was no doubt that the city was nt a proaching winter there wore frosh calls lily petition the government that lie-  stage more or less critical unless their .upon thoin, and she did not think lore granting nny extension ol limo  debenture issues could bo sold. There any sooiety oould s|��nd tho money for completion of tho said branoh lino  wns n rrrent amount of responsibility or make it go as far as tho llenrvo-'that the Canadian Northern Paeilin  and worry attached to municipal work,lent society. Ituilway oompany be only exempt from  just now,    and the members of     the |   The olerk was authorized to pav over taxation for Ihe  Right-of-way ol   tho  OBITUARY  DEATH   UK   PHKD   LliVt'IS,  BRIEF JLLNKSS  AIT Kit  council would  doubi gladly  hand | tho monoy at  oneo.  m iff*  w  1  Wwk'  Ii  IBrojaPyi  Hi   H  B   If!   M  pi ;  Hb ^me*"^*'?^,!  :0Pjf*':  jj:.:..i :������''  *M> j. g ���  HtJksVS  ^"������^ .  said railway and nol for nny Othur  lands whioh thoy may own ndjaoont to  the said line of railway.  That u copy of thi* resolution lie  sent to Hon. Sir. fHohard Moll rid ^,  Premier, and the Hon. I'riee Kllisoi,  Minister of Finance."  The resolution waa referred io    the  Mr. I.. Duncan, lessee of tho Opera  Mouse applied for a reduced rato on  supply of electricity. Ho was, ho suid  the largest user of electricity in the  eity, Imh monthly bills uveraging over  $100. Ho folt ho was entitled Ln n  better rato than the small consumer.  In discussing the matter with thu.cih solicitor for report More ondors  council, it was staled that Mr. Duncan '��g 'twas entitled to a power rato on his1 Tho residents of Patterson avenue  electric sign and moving picture ma- nubmlited u petition for street lights  chine. Mr. Dunoon however pointed which waa referred i��> tho Mghl Com*  out  that to take advantage of     thin "dI tee.  would entail considerable expense for' Aldormnn Taylor mentioned that i  extra wiring, and ho thought in view|l��' *w>Wor on Mill Crook had boon fl'l-  of tho large amount of his bills ho tog up tho nl renin by dumping In sol  should bo given a lower rata on his "�� extend his banks and il wns loan I  wholo consumption. Tho request was this wW1* ,,,,���,, lo '*not*a w,,,'n *"' ]>  referred to the T.ight and Water Com- water enme in the spring. It WOS lo?l  mlttee, to the police lo see  thai tIn* obstru.i  Mr. P. It. K. DeHart waited on thoj,inM *����� "moved,  council  in  referonce  to  the  lirense for        .  irrigation water in lho city.   The council repeated their decision   of tho   pro- ,  vioiis woek to take all ntops lo MOUrtl ,l"1'' "' "'",' '" " '" "ml"' """"  tho licence nnd so prosorve tho record,"' dabonturat,  III tho usora    would  pay all m-roMary (   * di��cus���io��� res ting   ho dlfllMl v  if collecting too dog tai brougnl   tin  The funeral look place .Monday afternoon last of I'Yed K. Lewis, late manager of the I'.lite Barber Shop, who  died Saturday lust, after an illness of  less than two weeks. The funeral was  Carried out under thu uuspices of tho  Knights of Pythias nnd the Order of  Moose, both of which lodges deceased  was a prominent member. The funeral  service wus held in the Presbyterian  church by the.Kuv. A. Dunn, lhe large  concourse of friends gnd sympathisers  attesting to the wide popularity of tha  deceased. The procession which followed the remains to the cemetery was  u long one, and included o. er 125  members of the two lodges. Tho numerous floral tributes included wreaths  from the Knights of Pythias. the  Moose Lodge, and from the staff of  (he barber shoo. Mr. Lewis was horn  in Delibery. Minn., thirty one years  ngOi Imt has been resident of Kelowna  for tho past few years. A pathelio  circumstance connected with his death  is the fuel that he was married only  four moutliR ago.  our appreciation of your able management and ask you to accept thin  Hinnll token of good-will; and wo also  .wish to extend our appreciation to  during lho evening by the appearance Mrs m)omM who ,, no lo9S deam..  of ' Hanogou. an Armenian wrestler,  who recently arrived in town, and who  challenged both Sutherland and Eklund to a match in which ho offered  .to throw the two inside of one hour.  The   challenge     wus   accepted,    the  match  to lake plnce On Tuesday  next.  ! Particulars   will bo   found in another  column.  ing of our good-will for her assistance  by her self sacrifice that must of necessity have fallen to her lot through  thc long hours of service you have  willingly devoted to our business during lhe busy season, and by your  absence from home through travelling  you hove found it necessary to do in  the marketing of our products.  Your business associated and friends  extend to you every good wish for  health, lo yourself, Mrs. McDonald and  family."  Mr. McDonald, in replying said he  Mr. and Mrs. W. Sehel, and daughter |W|W (nkcn PompipU.jy by* surprise, and  Rutland News  (From our own <���<  ipondant.)  returned lust     Friday from Snskatcho-  could    onlv    briefly acknowledge     the  |wan.    Their many friends ho-*   that 'kilK]n03s vvhk.h hfld prompted the pr*  their fine orchnrd will prove loo     ***���'   sentation  I tractive to leave in the future.               |   Mr   McDonald  loaves this wmk foi  Vancouver,  where  he will  S|>end th*��  NU  I5XTKNSI0NS ASKED FOE  III. 115 anil Uii doaltng wit'i  wer Construction  were finalK   passtd  ul Hylnw 11" Introduced to oonsoll  jfees. Mr. DeHart asked the council  'lo leave lho matter open for a week  in order lhal he might prepare a petition from the users.  mooting to a close.  The Finance Com mil too recommend, tl  payment   of (he following  accounts:-  K,   Kakano, refund  road ta*   ...   W.-U)  K,  l.awley, refund road (nt       ll.Oil  1".  .. m.i't  MANOGOFK  The Armenian     Heavyweight   wrestler. 'nnd for the timo when  the same shall  who    will  attempt    to  throw  Hubert bo completed,  Sutherland and OlarenOO Kklund in ono j   And whereat, the government did also  hour at the Opera House Tuesday next  grant th*- snid Railway Company    ex-  O.N.B, Taxes.  The eity council of Armstrong asked [Dominion Express Co.  for lhe city's support by endorsing thn 0wt,�� QroW�� "troef work  following resolution dealing with    tha!*-   ^-  n'vvV.  sffeot   work      79.0D  C.N.H. taxes: George McPhi-e,    street  work   .      IH.'Hl  "Whereas the government of British *��� TT- P��WVi Hi"*cet work   M.no  Columbia by an act of the legislature ��� K, Mni-laren. slrei-l work    provided for thn building of a branoh  .1.   Wilkio.  street work  line of lho Canadian Northern Pacific w   u   Ct]em & ^       |(Wn|.)((  Railway   from   Kamloops   lo  Kelowna!,,    ���    ���    . ,                      ,  _ _��� .... .... i.. ,   .. H.   B.   Kartell, itreel   work     Knnis &  Mellonnell. strool  work  W. A. Gibson, street work  (1.VI  \. Ml  io.no  21.00  1M.O0  19.00  P,   SwaiiiBon.  slrcel  work       100,00  "No companies now building railway Mnrs iu this province uudur agree  incuts with thc government have yet  asked for u day's extension of lime,"  declared Sir Ulohai'd McBride the  other day, *\\c havo no reason to  expect either thnt any company will  approach us for nn extension. The  agreements nnd policies of tho government oovorlng railway mattors ,\t�� b��  Ing curried out pruetieully to the lot-  tor. I mav say that it is the intention of lho BXOOUtive to close up *\ll  (he points nfTecting iailwu\ matters by  thi' end of ihe year."  Row Mr. Vernier, of BHttson conducted the servioe last Sunday evening   at  the .Methodist church.  Mr. Nieol and Mr. Geo. Sohell Wt  on Tuesday morning for a visit to  (hoir friends south and oast, thev intend  travelling  in company as fur as  [winter,  returning  to  Kelowna in    the  spring.  Chicago.  ENI-AttQINQ LEGISLATIVE  BUILDING  Plans havo now- bceu completed   (or  the construction of the proposed   now  printing   office    und  tho new museum  Mrs.  Frank  Bird and daughter    are addition in connection with the legis-  visiting Mrs. Dan McDonald. lativo buildings  at   Victoria. Tho new    'museum addition is to run along   thu  The Children of the Methodist Sun- .Government street side of tho parlia-  doy School will give their Xmas on- niont block from the present museum  tertnininent nexl Tuesday evening the,wing, almost back to Superior a (rest.  38rd insl. Unfortunately the new It will cover the new 1100,000 healing  school bus not yet been handed over plant, which is within sight of oonple*  to the trustees, consequently is not lion on Government street behind the  j available on that date. The onter* present museum wing. Tho new museum  (toinmonl will be held in the church, addition, according to the plans, will  (The children have been practising for cost not less than 11,000,000, and will  Some time, and everybody who attends have room for many more government  will be delighted with the program.       offices.   O��� ���  Martin  J.   Button*, head of tin*     fa  Mr, D. Wrigglesworth returned lo the motis seed firm of Heading, Underwent  city lasl Salurday after spending the an operation in London this week nnd  |past month on the prairies al Cnlgary diod under the anaesthetic. He was  and   Kdmonlon. (iM years of age,  After an unbroken record of forty  years as a dividend payer, the Now  York, New Haven & Hartford Hallway  company hns been forced to suspend  further disbursements on its (107,000,*  0110 of slock.  27,00  II. !���'. Rees, half cost of fence  between his and lho city's  property     1I.IM)  K. Schmidt, polo line work      0.1*0  Polo 1'ine extension pay roll1 to  December 3rd    Canavan & Mitchell, work on  map of water system and supplying data for filing with  Comptroller of water rights...  Canavan & Mitchell, supervision  work     100.00  15  Bfi  Jfflerrp Cfrisitmasi m  Co ��11 ��ur aReabenl    lsl  -MrttS'f.'H''-  'Tis Christmss time when joy doth reign,  And old henrts glow with youth again ;  May all your (roubles turn lo mirth,  Around toe jovial Christmas hearth. K1CI.0WNA   RECORD  TlllIHSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 191:1  .#    ..    ��a    ��.    ..    ..    ��.    ..    IH,   .*    ##   #*  .�� *.  **    PROFESSIONAL AND    *��  �����       BUSINESS CARDS      **  tttt **  ����    ##   *��    tt*   tt��    tt*   tt*    tt*   tttt   tt*   **   **  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor!,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. it B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  | Architect  1 lewetson Block, Kelowna    -    'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. I Isrvey. B.A., Sc. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.I..S..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C,  I I one 147. P.O. Bo. 231  PIANOFORTE  Mil.  HAROLD  TOD   I10YD  Kiln', lionet Royal Colic**-   of   Muaic,   and lately  wiilt Kendrick  Pyne,  Mu>. Doc, Qrf��ni��l ol ll.e  Catlitciral. Msnchei.tr, En*..  RECEIVES  PUPILS  \\  llie  Sludio,   Trench   Blotk, Kcluwna.  Muiic   o(   every   deicripllon   iupplied.  P.O. Box 487  RICHARD II.  PARKINSON  BRIIiSII COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  Civil ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. 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(London)  tpsrlrr, correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 368, Kelowna.  Or apply  " Record '   Otfice.  E. T. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, und  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, WiMifs Bloch   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A. K.C.O.  (Associate Royal Cullr��e ���t OigsnisU  London, England)  Organist   of   St.  Michael   At   All  Angels'  Church, receives Pupils for  O.'flin, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory. &c.  at his own or pupils' residence,  Special attention to children  P.O. Bo* 641. Telephone 120  Address Abbott Street  J-6  Wood for sale  Good Dry Fir and Pine, delivered in town  R. de Pfyffer  Box 347, or phone 2206  Chiol umuuy the mauy proposals of  tbe special committee of the Viotoria  Buurd of Trado tu draw up suggestions fur the proposed municipal bill  i,i bo introduced at Lho coming session  of tho provincial legislature it. the  declaration of tlie committee's opinion  Lhat tho powers of the Provincial Government in connection ^i'l' munlolpall-  lies throughout the province can be  best administered by a department under the control of a permanent com  miBSlonor, who shall be free from poll  tical influence. Several other clauses  in tho report rotor to powers which  might bo given this commissioner.  Much of the report deals with safe  guarding tho public and all partida  concerned in tlie matter af loans for  local improvements and other public  works. It urges that every munici  pality shall be required annually to  prepare a financial statement in such  form us may be prescribed by thi  Provincial Government, and proposes  further thnt there sgall be an annual  government inspection of oil municipal accounts, and a report prepared  thereon, a copy published in the local  newspaper and a copy scut tn tilt  Provincial Govornmont, A proposal  for a statement uf the bonds issued  showing the smotinl of sinking funds  un hand and how they are invented  n,hall nho be prepared each year an.l  sent to tho government, is included in  litis portion of thu report.  An important suggestion regarding  the investment of sinking funds ii  contained in the clnuso which ^iropoaoi  thai sinking funds may be Invested in  tin1 bonds of tho issue to which the*)  are attached at a price not exceeding  the par value <if the bonds, subject tn  the consent of the government,  Un Public Works  The firat three claUSOS in the report  deal with public works. One propose?  thai before the municipality is per  mitted to begin   construction all    ar  rangomontfl shall have been made for  the permanent loan to Cover the cost  of the work. Another suggests thai  no loans shall be authorized either in  the first instance or by consolidation  of issues for a longer term than tl  life of the public work covered, aB  shown   in   the engineer's    certificate.  That lhe right of thc property owner-.  to petition against local impro\emeni  be made absolute Instead uf oondl  tlonali ni at present, is stroii^U  urged  The oommtttoo also suggesti thai  no loan shall he cuutracted without  lhe govornmont's certificate that ih/  law has been complied with. Other  clauses dealing with these iQbnB arc  for the most pari mere amplification  of the present  aet.  That instead of publishing the  whole of the authorization bylaw, aa  at present, the municipal council,  shall publish in the newspapers a  concise statement of certain prescribed  GBBontlal facts in connection with by<  laws to make a loan, is another important suggestion of tho committed]  which also asks that these facts shall  bo sen! in circular form to every rat*  payor, Tn case of loans for a [Mrlod  longer than len years, the committee  proposes lhat the government hold au  enquiry, if requested by oni-tonth o'  the number of the ratepayers affected  or one-tenth of the property va.na  tions, and lhat lhe enmiry covert lin  benefit   tn  be  derived   from   Ihe  work,  llio Oost 1  whether    Ihe municipal  ity is in a position in iindoi'lnt-Ollie  financial obllgal loan. Tin' report  should bo [mhllshod and. if favorable  Lho bylaw be submit led to thc rate  payers; if unfavorable, no bylaw be  submitted unless rt resolution lie car  ried by thruo*quarters of the mem  bets ,,f lhe  in-il.  To., n-plannini*   Laws  l'n..ii planning    legislation     Is    tiia-  cusiod  in  the latter part  of the report  wlii-li recommends   that   the     municipalities shall be given power    to     up  prove    of     and    make      compulsory  ichomes    for   governing  the    daveiup-  nont     of  defined     areas     within      the  municipality.    Such schemes, lhe com-  nit lee   suggests,   may    bo    approve I  upon the application ��>f a majority ui  nl   less  than   ihrcci|Uarlers     nf     thn  wnel'ri of piupeil\  within the areas to  libit  tin- scheme is  to apply.     That  these schemes  may  roiriilnto the   poai  lion of roads and sidewalks, characttM  and  value   of buildings,    preservation  if trees, etc., is also proposed.  Tho conduct  of   an en iu;r\  by   th  ;qmmissioner at  Lhe   instance   nf   lh��  '...eminent   into the objections   raised  it  an\   timo by '-���"> per cent.,    "f   tho  iwners of property    affectod by     any  liuildinu Inlaw  is also suggesled in lho  SECOND HAND  = STORE =  A. E, COX  Successor to 11. nor roc], a  Water Street, near Opera House  P.O. Box 67 i Pho..u65  We Buy Everything Used in the 1 ImiBe  Call nnd inspect our stock (���[  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on K-isy Terms, $3 per  montli,  Libernl Discount for Cash.  Paits for all kinds ol Machines  Supplied,  SPECIAL:  1 Incubator,     1   White  Sewing  Machine, as i/nod ns new,  I 30 U.S. Rifle, 2 Slock Saddles.  2 Kitchen Cabinets,  Stand.     Carpenter 8 Fouls  Ol'FICIAI.H III' AliltUTl.TniAl.  DEPARTMENT OPTIMISTIC  Olflclnls of    tlm aiirii'uluiiirl (lopai't-  " 'oli��y��    thut-ovonluiillj n liiora-     | Solid Oak, Hand Carved Hall  business with ihe farmers' associations I  the prairies may be worked up by  the fruil growers of this province, particularly In tho sale of apples. It is:  (I ihil during the past season On-  ;.. apple growers sold over 30,1)00  barrels of tipples to fanners' associations on the prairies. No British Co-  unibia apples were disposed of to  theso nssocialions, being confined principal!, to lhe cities and towns and  Bold in boxes, It is boliovetl thai within ihe nexl year nf two tho fruil grow  ere of this province will male-* an effort  however, Ln [rof into touch with the  farmers' mutual benefit organization1.  a nt I compute with the Ontario apple  orchards.  It is also die intention of the fruil  growers here to take up the question  of tenditr; soft frails to the prairies in  express carload lots wilh special rates  from thc uxpress companies, such as  are   now   enjoyed   by   large   shippers   in  Ontario, British Columbia growers at  preset!) ship fruit onl> by express  packages or b>   frolglit   in speoial fruit  \uu  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  ISBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  1  *HH"h*  WINTKH I.KITI I.I S KOI;  t'\KMKI.S  J'lans for tho formation of winter  classes in connection with the farmers'  institutes throughout the province are ,  now being considered by Livestock  Commissioner, W. T. McDonald and  t'rovinoial IForticulluralisl, It. M. Win-  slow.  li is planned to havo lecturers go  ih rough the fruil and general furtn-  ine; districts of the province during  Lho winter months addressing the  members of llio Institutes on subjects  of interest io fanners. They will deal  with orchard work, dairy farming,  poultry   raising,   mixed   farming,    and  The growing of grain, roots, vegetable-, and fodder crops. A good deal  uf work along ihis lino is done each  year by the agricultural department���  but it is hoped to extend considerably  thu sphere of educational ontloavor of  this nature between now and noxt  spring. Most of tho I.'during is to bo  done bj lhe depart mental experts  stationed at   Victoria,  C.IMt, Si: \snvs TKI.KfJUAlMI UON  S'l'ltl CTI0N  Dressmaking  Mrs. G. A. Scoti  MOVING  ' After Novembc, 29ih. lo  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Stttlierland Av.  CONCRETE  WORK  1   have   a   complete    plant    . f   power  mixers aid all appliances for concrete  construction   of   every   kind,   and   am  devoting all my attention to thin   work,  in   which   I   have   hud   many   years  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clcrrrrnl t, !!.������' office, Wooll.ltJ Av.  Rayin-I ni���, l RldllOl Sired  I'HONE Hl-I 'I'llDNE-tKM  Gaddes-McTavish  FOR RENT  I,  ii. IU nl wlro nml   n-w        On. iini.ll Uim at$15pei month  lint's hnvi' Ihiii cninitMictocl by lho t'.     Our 7.rouinrd liou.o (ur reul .,i till  I'.II. li'U'Kin|ili du|inrl m iliis no.mon, ! I"'1 lll"Ll  ncconlinn In i'ii_',,,-.-- jlvon out  Uii* wool) i Also J large now I ��" ��nlr nil  il  |,j  ,1, MoMUlnn, goiioml ouporlntondonl i om conv��ni��nr.e��,  r,f ivoatorn linr-s. Theoo mnl.c up n tn I  lal ol fl.KH rnllon ol oop|wr wlro, 1,1'Jtl |'Plione 217     ���     Leckie Block  or|ulpnirnl    ��illi    "in   toloplmno 'lis  I,,lt,-Iist. _   olrculti,    175 inllna nl   teln , , ������,  yr-iipli ivlro nlonu tho railway and lli  ?\ii'iisirrii worh    ^till in progross   will  roproai nl   n total ol ."r.^'Jl miles of wirn  M.VXIMH run Mll.l.lu\Alltl;s  Late  C abbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Tin- aim of the millionalru should lm  in dio poor und thus avoid (JlBgraoo,  The hitfhoHl uso of ifroat fortunoD is  iu  publio work  und Borvlce for     limn  kind.    This  Ifl   ihi'  tt'UQ untidotc     lo      Kelowna. Grc^nliouar.  linot|U(\l diHtribution, and     would pnvp  tho waj  for lho communist Ldoal    in  LhHrlroonV8woIUhirBurPiu. trust Clifton Boarding House  lunrlH im hold for ll"'   community and (ll.KN'N AVRNUR  tllO   1)01*1    lin'lllis   r,f  (litrlrilllllinll   is       by ,s\,e.  Klvlnu. Iroo Hbt'iirlos, parks, works   ol     Open December 1st, 1913  arl^and publio Institutions ol various m^, (,,_.sf, |1(|Ujn  llio  rich   mnn nmy oxporlono.   Ih,. WRIJ- PUBN1SIII5D UOOMfl  stimulus ,,f 1,,'iin! iii ili'l.i In mili.'i.ml itA'I'KS H0DKHATK  inLf   i Min' iii works foi' On'   ganoral .   Kood and avoiding nil lorins ol    ov  trnvagnnco and   ostentation.    Andrew jHormi on Application  farnoglo in "Hvoryono's," Box W0, Kolowna, It. 0.  . �� kmi    ,#r*5si  I vmwMn  Richiy Cut Glass for Xmas  Cut Glass ma'.es a lovely Xmas Gift, but  be sure that it is good cut glass and to be  good it must have Gundy Clapperton's  clover leaf stamped on it, Look for the  clover leaf stamp.  Silverware for Xmas  We have the largest stock of high-grade  silverware ever shown in Kelowna. It is  a most useful and beautiful Xmas gift for  the home.  Leather Goods for Xmas  A beautiful line of Hand Bags, Card cases,  Collar Bags, he. Very useful as Xmas  Gifts.  Gift Suggestions which may be of   value  to you :  LADIES GENTLEMEN  Wrl I watches, [.orgnolte, Dill   Hooks,  Tic  lloldir,  I'hnins, Wis, ChatolalM Hard Oases, t'ollnr Bags,  Hrooohos, Rings, Brooch- Tobacco Pouohes,   flgnr  os,   Bracoli'ls,   Necklets, i Cases,   Cigarette   Oases,  I'tiril Cases, t'niii Cases, Cigar    Cullers,   Ppnoiln,  11 inul Bags, Slippers   in 't  Koy Rings, Honk Murks,  Case Tnilot Sols, Muni- i  Photo   Frames,   Smokor  r'ure    Sets,    Mogli IlaiaB, Sets, Cnnr-a, l'ip,'B, Cigar  Jowol 1'nnes, l.nokelw,  IVosses, I'cnrl 0|iora  tllassos, 1*1,01 o FriiinoB,  I.it TailSOa 1'i'iirlB, .labot  1'inn, Waial Si'ts, Silvor  ware, China, Cul Cl-,gaf  I'll', otc.  Holders, Cigarette Hold-  fin, Tobaooo .InrB, Fountain Pens, Kiolrl OlnssBB,  'li"      I'illB,     Cnir    LiDkB,  Fobs, Chains, l.ocketB,  Itinu's, Wiili'hos, Mili-  Inry Hrushes, oto. etc.  Wa pick everything in a neat,attractive case,  and deliver or mail to any address.  *****  *****  W.M.Parker&Co.fi  HEADQUARTERS l-OR \\  11 Exclusive Xmas Gifts 1  We Heartily Wish You  a Merry Christmas  and cordially invite you to come and inspect our nicely-assoited line of Xmas  Gifts. We have splendid facilities for giving you quick service in this busy last  week, and a new clean up-to-date stock  to choose frcm.  mm?,  ��/;,'  W.M.Parker&Co.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block (Phone 270) Kelowna B.C.  ^inirininifM^*vrt"*T-'yytf t^Yn^YnntTWininintoinMninifiifiti m m u %$ THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 18, [913  KELOWNA  RECORD  GOOD THINGS  For the Christmas Feasting  Christmas  is  the  time  for  feasting and merriment,  and poor, indeed, is he who cannot  have  his  table  filled with good things for the inner man  Casorso Bros.  Meat Market  have the biggest display this Christmas of  Meat, Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,  Chickens, Fish,  And home-made dainties  ever seen in Kelownn, and all of the highest quality  We have over a carload of  Live Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and  Chickens  and these will be killed and delivered fresh on short notice  Prime Christmas Beef, Mutton  Veal, Pork and Lamfc)  of the very best  Fresh Fish  Halibut, Salmon, Cod, Soles, Smelts, Perch ;   also Herrings and Smoked Fish of  all kinds  Choice   Oysters   ghippecl direct to us from the Eastern beds  Kelowna Made Products  Sausages,  Hams,  Bacon,  Polonies, Weeners,  Scotch  Puddings, Fran^furts, Brawn and Turkey Stuffiing  Our expert who makes these goods has had a wide experience,  and has won gold medal* for his manufactures in London, Eng.  Come and look around our store and see the fine display and floral decorations  CASORSO BROS.  Meat Market  Asiatic Question Subject  , of Interesting Debate  y,   ''Itesolvod Unit Ihu oxclumon or Ori-  Lj eiitul.s from British Columbia would bo  |(j beneficial to the province," was    tbo  p subject of a successful debate al     the  u Baptist   Young People's   .Society    on  a Monday /voning last.   Tho .subject   in  J3 one t lift t is* bosoming acute in Lho pro*  Lj vlnco, anil an interested crowd assent*  0 bled tu hoar boih Bides of the question.  Rev,   1).   ���!.   Welsh   presided  over  gathering, nnd acted with Mr.   1,  thn  n.  Mos.  the  und  af  I  I  LCnowlus, us Judge of the debate.  ars Uluokaby and I larding weru  trusted wiih the task of proving  affirmative, while Messrs, Pedlar  Wade defended the Orientals,  Mr.   I.lncknby,  as leader uf lho  fir tii.iti\���.'     side, was the first   speaker.  He look exclusion to mean thi'     total  y   exclusion   Uie BtoppagO at once of any  L  further immigration of Orientals    and  I   further, the expulsion of those already  b   here    end he    asked thut   they he ex-  t   eluded upon ihe following grounds: (1)  [j   1.acini,  Moral and  Religious., and    (,2|  jj   Social and Industrial',    lie thought lift  a could sny without fear of contradiction  u   that  the Chinese -\B a race ate steeped  K   in  the deepest    depths of superstition  1*1 end  idolatry.     In order,  therefore,    to  adapt  the    Chinaman   to our Institutions wo should be obliged lo begin by  eradicating his religion,I anguuge, superstitions, t radii ions, ideals and customs, all of whioh had been so welded  to his mind after   1,000 years    of   inheritance as  to become almost      part  of himself.     This wide difference     ho  tween the Chinese and tho resi of   our  ia Canadian     population    made difficult,  if not quite   impossible,   lho appreciation   by the   Chinese of our religion,  3 social,    political and    national  ideals  \   and  the assimilation    of the Oriental  into our national body,    Ono*nlnth of  lhe whole population of British Columbia was    Oriental    and ho    contended  j    that it would   be ruinous for   a young  and growing nation at a  timo    when  awry    newcomer    should  bo  throwing  himself, wholehearted into the development of and working for the welfare of  this country to permit of such bodies  as those formed by the Orientals who  ure utterly out of sympathy with our  ideals    and always will be and     this  I would be forever a source of weakness  .Instead of strength and a weak link iu  the chain of national great news.     Returned missionaries and others     from  China told us that thc Chinese     who  Oomo to II. C.j were not at all 'typical  of    the    average    Chinaman and that  what  we got here was nothing but tho  rilT-l'ttff of  the  seaports of  the  Chinese  coast   whose forefathers long ago fortn-  ,od the much dreaded cut-throat pirates  I With regard to the Japanese and Hindoos    whose    national    ideals  are so  much bound up in their religious    superstitions, he thought    they     should  fairly be classed with tho Chinese. Mr.  Blaokaby went on to claim that    the  .Chinese wore industrially unfit   to    be  in the province on account  of     their  socret  societies,  their dealings  in    tho  white    slave    traffic,    their  gambling  dens and other forms of vice.  Tn regard to the. Hindoo the speaker  claimed that he is thc boss agitator,  intriguer and trouble maker of all the  (Irientals who come to these shores  ��� and that thin race Is not one whit  (better in morals than the Japftliem or  | Chinese.  | In India the Hindoo was crafty, un-  j scrupulous and underhanded in his  dealings With his own people and only  fear of the whites would keep him  'straight in his relations with them.  Tho speaker claimed lastly that industrially the Orientals were not a  benefit to tho province and produced  statistics to prove that they underbid  the white man in labor with the result  that thousands woro out of employment .  Mr. Pedlar, who led for the negative  asked if nil thi- outcry against the  Orientals was a belter race antagonism  which resented the efforts of tho underdog tu rise or was it a clash between  two kindreds uplooking social forces,  both strong in elhicul motive, tho  struggle ot Lhe Oriental to get ou, to  climb to higher atundurda, ttud tho  Struggle of the white mun tu keep from  being pulled down by a striving but  laggard peoplo? Jic thought tho  average, intelligent thinker would ut  once challenge tho wisdom of the   cry  ^'Exclude the Oriental" un thu grouudn  that it wus unjust, unnecessary and  unpoUtioj unjust, because it meant dia-  orimination between aliens of diilcrent  races in tho province, unnecessary, because there wus no real menace calling  for drastic   legislation; and impolitic,  I because it was likely to raise questions  between tho different countries which  it wus advisable to avoid. Mr. Pedlar  claimed that the averuge Chinaman  and -Jap brought moro monoy per head  'than any but tho English or German;  they had less illiteracy than Lhe immi-  'grants of Southern Europe, they were  j nearly all of vigorous age and in good  health, thoy did nut become dependents  'nor provide many criminals, thoy weru  'intelligent,    energetic    uud   self-reliant  'and well able to take cure of themselves, ii white immigrants were of  equal quality they would be welcomed  enthusiastically by us. For white people to be in favor of the cry "Exclude  the Oriental" wus unfair. He claimed  thut these Orientals made good workers on farms and that there was room  for all in the province. We scut missionaries to China, India und     Japan  ,to teach these people that all were  free, and yet when they came to Canada wo said    "Exclude the Oriental."  jit surely was the hollowest form of  hypoericy.  | Mr. Harding und Mr. Wade followed  for the affirmative and negative respectively,    and    after      a recess.  Mr.  ; Welsh announced that the judges had  decided in favor of the affirmative by  a very small margin. ,\u interesting  discussion followed and quite a numbor  [took part.  |   Before the recess Mrs. L. Nelson and  j Miss Patterson rendered a duet which  Was much appreciated.  J   The next  meeting of the soeietv will  be held on January 5th, when  will be read on ''Music."  EXTENSION OF TIME  Notice is hereby given that tht; time  for the reception of tenders for tho  construction of wharfs at Viotoria  Harbor, B.C., iB extended to Thursday  January 8, 1914.  By Order,  R. C. DESROOHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa.  December !��,  1918, *  Auction Sale  Of the Household effects uf fieorgc A.  Robison will take place on Glenn Avenue at '2 o'clock  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 20th,  The  following  articles  will  be    sold  to the highest  bidder:  One Wheeler k Wilson sewing machine  one circular oak dining table, one  writing desk, one wood heater, oue  rosewood rocking chair, one wicker  j two upholstered rocking chairs, one  'oak hall seat, three oak dining chairs,  rocker, two oak reading tables, one  carpet sweeper, two iron bedsteads, ono  j Renown liange with pipe, one "Triumph" refrigerator, two dressers, bevel  .ed plale mirror, wash stands, two iron  jbods, springs and mattress, cheat with  three drawers. ona book cam:, oak  wash stand ami other articles too numerous to mention.  This sale will  take place on  SATURDAY.  DECEMBER 20th,  TERMS      ....       CASH  ,l. c. STOCKWKU., Auctioneer  \ sensation was caused in the Australian senate lust week when Senator  I.argie, a representative of the Labor party, asked the minister of naval  affairs to abolish the naval hoard and  11 the fleet in order to put a stop  to expenditures for maintenance    and  extension.  Firewood  $2.25 c. o. d.  Per Rick, by the L<��acl  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  paper  MORMON MOVING  PICTURES  With the object of winning converts  to their faith the Mormon authorities  -f Alberta, who make (heir headrruar-  tors at Cnrdston. south of this eity,  will conduct an educational moving  picture campaign all over the Dominion of Canada. The object is using  the pictures to show in a vivid way  the various stages through wliich  Mormonism has pnsspd.  WOULD SKI.I. THE FLEET  NOTICE  He Ceo. A. Bowser Assignment for the  Benefit   of  Creditors  Copy of resolution passed at meeting  of creditors of George -\. Bowser, of  Kelowna, British Columbia, held on  Friday, 5th day of December, 1913.  Moved by W. Lloyd Jones, seconded  by Dr. S. W. Thayer, as follows;  Be It resolved that Mr. A. Temple be  the assignee in place of Mr. It. E. Seo-  ley nnd that Mr. Seeley transfer to  Mr. A. Temple the bstate of the assign  or. Carried.  Purchase    your    Xmas     gifts  Knowles,  the jeweller.  from  TO LATE TO CLASSIFY  WANTED��� Young man to   work     on  ranch    during     winter    months    for  board. Address ''P.M.", Wilson Landing. 1  WANTED���To trade a nice little driving horse, weighing about 1000 lbs.  and sixty dollars ensh for farm horse  12111) M.s or over. Apply A. H. Johnston,  Rut bind. 1-6.  Sale ill Walter's Millinery  Hats up to $7.50 for$2.35 to clear.  LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.  ������VILLA", FORMER PANDIT, HAS RISEN  TO FAME AM) POWER  General Francisco Villa* rebel leader, and his stall' resting during tlicit  march toward Mexico City. Villa, whon few months ago was unknown, except as n dangerous bandit, has now become one of tho most powerful men  in Mexico, lie has risen in the rebel ranks with startling suddenness, and  lias led tho Constitutionalist forces to victory after victory. Among hU  most brilliamt feats wus the capture and defence of JauroZ. custom port  and port of on try and one of tho most important cities of Northern Mexico.  Practically all of the northern states are now in the hands of the rebels,  and iu the south the latter ure meeting with success almost every day  This photograph was taken after the federals had been routed south of  ��� Inure/. Whih' Villa and his staff obtained a brief respite from the forced  marching. Federal artillery, battling with the main body of Villa's army,  dropped au ooassiouul shell nouv tho encampiiiout of the rebel general, KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Tcleplinne. 91  On call  day  nnd  night  Phone  154  P.O. Box  19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Kumished on all kinds of buildings,        Result-uct-H and Mudeiu  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  D-aCDrr.ting by Contract  I have a full line of inlet ior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up*  to-dat= wall hangings.      Call and inspect my stock uf Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  CUT FLOWERS gS��BBU,n'  POT    PLANTS for Christmas Gifts  A FEW BUI ,I!S LEFT  Phone 88        PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O. B,>x  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A  large  acreage will   be   planted   this  spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.    Domestic supply piped lo every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In wlik'li Jiuimv i' Us of lieluwtm Itapponlnga  io ih. Sidney lliu.pt.r, ul Vancouver, U. C.  Dour Sid.���Until the receipt ot your  letter 1 hud thought that the day ol  miraolod hnd puH.��d, but from henceforth even for evermore, I tun u firm  believer in the supernatural.  What oame over the spirit ol your;  dreams to cauae you to break the silence of ages. From whore 1 sit it  looks like you hud been crossed iu low  once more, or you would never have  taken your harp from/the weeping willow tree, und busted forth into Hong  ugttiu, Uowovor, we are thanktul you  did and from the bottom of my crush-  ed and bleeding heart 1 thank you.  In sjulf of iu\ pleasure ut receiving  your letter I must take exception to  some of your statements. Where do  you gel thai stuiT about our not hav*  ing any Bkatiug in Kelowna. und fur*  thcrmore I seem lo gather from your  feeble remarks that you aro trying to  draw comparison., betwoon Kelownn,  the gem  of ihe Okanagan,  mui    thai  |animatcd frog pond you aro living in.  Don't try anything like thai Sid. ks  well might you compare a Bhnpelesa  lump of mud with the pricclssfl Koh-i-  noor.    About   tho hooket   and skating.  | You certainly goi oil' on tho wrong  fool   I hum.    Wo ivrla'wil)   have skating  ��� here and wo also have some hockey  team. Tho plans for tho coming winter  are lo havo au inter-oily hockey leaguo  and from the various loams pick a  team to ropresenl tho town. When that  (earn is ehosoft, w'u'vo got reid money.  lhal says they can whip thoir weight  in wild cuts, iu spite of what nny web-  fooled son of misery says to the contrary.  Another thing���where do you gel any  liconco lo climb on the rail fence and  crow about    this    "Ivunhoe" picture.  'Do   you    think    wo are nsluep at  thc  'switch down hen.? Wo have bad "Iv-  anhoo" booked for lhe Inst month. It  will be bore thc first of -January. Now,  Smurty, will you bo t. good dog. And  furthermore we nro nol only going to  luivo "Ivanhot*" bul n bunch of othor  features thai are just  us good,  ! I was deeplv pained al what vou  said about Vernon being a suburb of  I of Kelowna. Whnt have I ovor done  to deserve this, at your hands? Thank  goodness Ihoutfh. It's nol true. Tho  lieporl musl have been spread by some  'malicious YernonUo who was jealous of  j Kelowna and wished to do us the  ' greatest injury in his power. T will  let light into your Egyptian darkness,  I Vernon is nol a suburb <>. Kelowna.  but u small village about 40 miles  'north of bore and goodness knows  that's near enough.  Wo are having an epidemic of bone*  fits at tho Opera House thoso days-  one on Tuesday night for the above  mentioned hockey league, and thc other on Friday, -riven by the school children in aid of their school library���  certainly a most worthy object. Anyone so mean and low-down that they  would not help the children if they  arc able should be given an hour to  leave town nnd if they refused to comply should be sentenced In spend tho  rest of their natural life in Penticton, !fcj  Before closing 1 want to thank you  again for writing. Let tho good work  go on;    don't   closo up again liko    n  clam at low lido. IV a good sport,  and     wrttO     often,   even   is   I did     find  fault   with your loltor  IV n good boy  and  take care  of  yourself. Remember tho old saying.  early lo bed and early to rise, and  you'll meet darned few prominent peo-.  pie, Yours,  JIMMY.  'Phone 240  P, C Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  ^^6 Repair   ^aw '"''" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  Sleam Engines, Steam Fillings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We StOck    C"'t'   Ro"ed   Shafting,   Bolt..,   Screws,   Nuls,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  also for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK   we   have   engaged   the  services  of  an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-class  shops.    We  are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Second Hand  Harness  If   yon   have nny tu sell nr if  you  want to buy, see  1 homlinson  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  for lhe cold weather  If yon want your liarnesi properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or I lean,.,!, Thomlinson is  your man.    I le specialises irr  Harness  Repairing  Bnd pills train! lowing into all work  done,  First store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.C.  Excavating,   Well    Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and  Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.       P.O.  Box 541  To My Friends and Patrons,  The People of Kelowna and District ���  Kelowna, B. C.  L.adies and Gentlemen.  hi wishing yo'i lhe Compliments of the Season, 1 desire to take this opportunity of  thanking you all in ut sincerely for your patronage during the past year. All around  progress and improvem jut has marked the Amusement Enterprises during the past year  and particular!} is this so in regard to the Moving Picture Industry which has made most  remarkable strides in its great triumphal march towards ultimate perfection. Motion  Pictures, or the " Movies," as they are now familiarly termed, was considered only a craze  until recently, hut now this is recognized all over the \v��...ld as the most popular form of  amusement, giving a maximum of pleasure at a minimum of cost, and is also a great  educational factor, beneficial alike to both old and young.  While improvements have piled up one after another in rapid succession, I have  made it my business and constant endeavour to keep abreast of the times and to-day  I can assure yntt that I am using a picture projection equipment equal to the best in use  anywhere, ^ our steadily increasing patronage assures me that you appreciate my  endeavours to supply good clean entertainment, and I can assure you that during 1914  will be untiring in my efforts lo procure not only the best pictures made but also ihe bes  shows and other attractions obtainable,  Again thanking you for all past favours and soliciting a continuance of your  patronage, 1 wish you a very bright Xmas, and a Happy and Prosperous New "Year.  Yours sincerely,  ROBERT DUNCAN,  Manager, Opera House and Dreamland Theatre.  '���   \���:'.---- WPMwMm*If W/mm//M\ 1  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  Special Pictures  for the Holiday Season  The Greatest Aggregation of Pictures de Luxe ever  presented anywhere  Saturday, December 20th  " Campaigning with Custer " (Bison).    A thrilling historical drama.  Monday. December 22nd  " T he Wall of Money " (Rex).    A powerful drama.  " Oh You Scotch Lassie."    An amusing comedy.  Tuesday. December 23 rd  The  Signal :   or Grandmother's  Lamp."   A three-reel European  feature picture.   A sensational story of love and war.  Wednesday, December 24th  " Jacques the Wolf " (Eclair). A fine story of the Canadian northwest  Love, pathos and beautiful scenery.    A worth while picture.  Thursday, December 25th  Christmas Day Special  The Blood Red Tape of Charity," with   that  talented   actor  Edwin  August in leading role.  Universal Weekly.   World's most interesting events in pictures.  Friday, December 26th  Don't miss this one ���" Robespierre " (Imp). Vividly portrays a great  historical period in French history.  Prices Remain as Usual:  Adults, 20c.  Children, 10c. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  2^ 3- SS LtLClOTcS] [Clgp] E5aS��c2j &2S<))JZ%\  g���^s7j [ss] p^Ss>iP] [csslip] p^^jp] p-asagfGg^  San/a  Ureathos thoro u man among ua, witu  .soul ao -..-.ml that hu does not alien,  when tho 1 uie-title Benson comes I'ountl  recall with boyish delight tho gooit  o��i clays, when Ho lirntiy believed iu a  real bantu Unus, and best of aU iu  reindoor aud slodgo piled high with Jie  hulging paca.  uhat pictures of childhood more delighted us than those o- tlie lat, I'oBy-  ctu.ci.cd old gentleman, nuiti.cd and fur  coaled. bonovolonOQ radiating from  every portion oi hia anatomy'. liut  oven more indicating than tlie lan,  ii possible, was tlio wonderful reindeer,  with hia branching fantastic antlers,  lua long warm-looking coat, that oould  well withstand the bitter cold ol that  polar country which waa supposed to  bo tho home oi" tho dour old Saint.  How sleek and dainty was lho reindeer's uose, and how bright and ��pir-  lied his eyes! lUit most Buggostivo oi  all tho many wonderful things about  this wonderiul horse, was the cloud  ot steam that jetted irom his nostrils  suggesting  tlie very  cold  weather,  llow much to the childiah mind depended upon the reindeer! Would ho bu  able to haul Lho heavy sledge with its  bulging packs through Lho deep drifts?  Was thoro any possibility that ,hey  might become stullud in a bad storm,  and  thus  the wonderiul day be lost?  '1 hose and a dozen other childish impressions come back to mo as { write,  and 1 am sure that my own childhood  would haVO been robbed of a lot of  its indescribable charm, ita fancy and  its wonder pictures, had 1 boon told  that there was no Santa Claus and  no reindeer.  Christmas without Santa I'laus for  tin1 young people, lhe real mythical  Snntu Claus, wilh reindeer and sledge,  is very commonplace und tame  indeed.  I'ut while our critical realists havo  boon able partly to destroy lho rotund  old gentleiuun, his reindeer still remains more widely used and of more  commercial importance today than ever  before, and il is to lhat splendid remnant of Santa Claus, his Horned Horso  that 1 invite your attention.  It will probably surprise my readers  considerably to learn that thero are  twenty-five or thirty thousand deer, iu  their domesticated stale, right here in  North America. All but a few do/on  of them, which are owned by that  splendid philanthropist. Doctor Grenfell, of Labrador, arc found in I.nolo  Sam's dominion of Alaska, to which  rugged country tho first small hord  was imported from Siberia in 1891 by  tho missionary. Dr. Sheldon Jackson,  Congress having authorized the purchase of a few head.  Aa for the wild reindeer, or caribou,  in North America, why, he is nearly  as countless us lhe stars. A few years  ago that splendid naturalist, Mr.  Thompson Set on, went away tip beyond the Athabasca oouutry into (ho  Canadian barren-ground country away  beyond the timber line. In this desolate band, whioh seems to be the home  of the caribou iu America, lie found  Ihem in suoh numbers that he thought  they wero as numerous as the buffalo  on tins continent had ever boon. One  herd that ho discovered he estimated  as  containing   millions   of  head.  Extending   clear    around    tho earth  their use in the hands ofi tho ingenious  although  the  caribou   is  always  wan-  and juat abovo tho timber-line is    tho  Lapp. 'during,    hu bauds together in     herds  barren-ground country, tho home ol j The milk of this useful deer is very'of hundreds of thousands, and rushes  tho barren-ground caribou. This is a'thick like oroam, but rather aromatic 'across the barrens like a mighty tidal  cheerless wastu, where only tho email- in taste. It has to bo diluted two or Lave. At such timoB he is perfectly  est willows aud alders grow, und whore ' three times before it is suitable to fearless of man, and entirely Insensible  tho summer is of tho shortest.. lho'drink. It is coagulated, and cheese is1  Woodland caribou, whioh is consider- made from it, while tho whey is drunk  ably larger than its barron-ground 'greedily by tho Lapp. Tho milk is  kinsman, ranges muoh further south'also fermented and a liquor, similar  than docs tho barron-ground, having'to the drink mado by the Tartars from  been known to stray down into Nor* 'mare's milk, produced,  them Maine, although ita usual range j In color the reindeer or caribou is  is much larihur north. far removed from tho sleek, rich, red-  The home ot tho domesticated Euro- dish brown creatures that wc see ;tiP-  peau roindoor, where it runs iu a wild (resented in the Santa Claus pictures.  wild  and  state as wed as domesticated, is in  Norway and Sweden, aud in tho is  lands of -Nova Zembla and SpiUber  gun.  Ihu subduing genius of the roindoor,  tho people who havo done the moat  with him, and gotten the most out of  him, aro tho Lapps, a primitive people  living in a rugged country known as  Lapland, which really means land's  end. So tho name Lapp is indiscriminately applied to many of the people  in that desolate land fringing the  Arctic Sea in Northern Europe and  Asia.  I he caribou or reindeer in his  stale weighs from ono hundred  thirty to ono hundred and filly pounds  to three hundred for the woodland  species, but iu captivity, by careful  breeding some larger specimens have  been obtained. -Not much of a horae  for si/u, you may think. Granted, but  he makes up in endurance and in  strength for his size, win t ho lacks hi  actual weight, for he will draw more  than his own weight over the snow at  a pace that would leave a good horse  far behind in a long race, and keep  it up for a day or two if required. All  writers agree tluvt the roindoor is practically a sleed that novor tires, while  aome of lhe records of his endurance  seem unbelievable.  To lhe Lapp he is not only a fine  horse, when hitched to a sledge, but  alao a beast of*burden, being used aa  a pack animal, and also sometimes  ridden in the saddle, although ho is  rather small tor that purpose,  The wealth of tho Lapp is computed  by the number of reindeer iu hia herd.  There are a very few rich mon among  them owning herds containing several  thouaand head, but most own a few  hundred, while the poorer Lappa only  possess a fow head.  Not only is tho reindeer the Lapp's  faithful steed, but he is also food and  raiment as well, while the tender reindeer    tongue,    which is considered  curious, being cylindrical al  tho base, |Mji||y nf (h)1 j,^ .vMcl, ,    fintl  but branching both backward and. QOmi . lnttlworthv authorities I  town. Only one side ot the set, how- L, ^ l(J bu| {\ u m.t..ln t,m,  ever, put out brow antlers. The length In   ir()())|   ^j^   W())lM   m   t|.n,n     w  iU prevailing color is gray, very  slightly tinged with brown, but so  slightly colored as to look almost  white at   a little distance.  The  mark-  ngs are a white ring around tho tip  ot the uose, and a corresponding ring  about each ankle just above",tho hoof.  U hen the coat ia first shed the color  ia much darker, but us soon aa the  new hair comes in it grows gray again.  The hair is not shed at the root aa in  other animals of the kind, but breaks  oil' close to the root. The fawn is  reddish brown when born but after  v or eight  months puts on the adult  gray.  I'he horns of the reindeer are   most I  lo firearms,  With rattling antlers, and cracking  ankle joints, and hoofs snapping .iko  castanets, with si earn pouring from  thoir nostrils, and a cloud of vapor  rising from the mighty hord, thoy  sweep over tho barren north lands, the  mighty phalanx of Santa Claus' horned horse.  Sometimes, when they have gone for  months wilhout finding auy suitable  supply of salt, they become ...coed and  frenzied with the smell of salt water  from Hudson Hay, which they scent  many leagues away. Thon tho migration, which is usually rather lesiurely,  becomes a mad rush for. the salt shore  ���a stampede in whioh all things are  swept before it. and many sometimes  perish  is a ravine or  muskeg.  Of the endurance of the reindeer wheu  driven, all writers agree.  Two army  officers in the seventeenth  century,   while   making   a rapid trip  northward for the government of Swo*  hove a  reindeer for several hours  the rate of eighteen miles au houi  % KtiwttttiBwfiaS*  Hark! the merry chimes are warning'  us that title is Christmas morn-  lug,  And It's lime lhat WB were    rising,  though ihe hour Isn't late.  Still, the kldl.   h will he flocking, each  to  overhaul   his  slocking,  Aud  there's   heads  of  things  we've  got to do lhai really cannot wait.  Yet, before wo kick the clothes off (quite detormlni 1 nol to doze off),  Let's Indulge In dreamy musing on this joyous ChristmaBtlde;  Let us, while the bells are pealing, get up some reid Christmas feeling,  Fill ourselves with sweet emotions that are not quite cul and dried.  True, the minutes fast are gilding, but, con Bar li 'i m, lei "em glide.  of the brow antlers is nearly that of  the head, while the other branches  writh and twist about, giving this  remarkable deer's head a vory fantastic appearance.  The more    primitive   harness is     a '  simple collar with a single tug passing i  between tho animal's legs to the front1  end of the slodgo,  while the steed    is I  driven by a single rein which is passed  from side to side as the driver wishes  tlie animal  fo go  to  the right or left. I  The rein is secured to the antlers. This I  mode of driving is quite similar to Ihe  gee line with which a siv-iniile team is  sometimes driven.  The horns of the buck are shed in  February or March as in the case of  most other deer. The starbuck does)  not shed her horns until April, provid  eil she is with young, but if nho i.  barren they fall in September. Thi.  enables tho herdsman to know wbloli  starbuck to kill for meat, and winch  not,  Of all the deer family, the     reindeer  v7,���,-r  er to a fellow  breathe again.  four  horses   in a   relay  race,      running  against   them  all and  slill  bo  fresh.  The most extravagant account of all  concerning tho speed of this remark*  this remarkable horned horse is found  in Scandinavian history. At a certain  lime of revolution mid unrest in the  kingdom a plot to overthrow tho govornmont was discovered by au oftlcor,  who, at lhe lime was eight hundred  miles from his king ana the capital.  If he could reach the capital iu just  two  days  the  government   might      be  saved. His only hope of reaching his  king in time, lay in the fleetest ami  most wonderful reindeer in Norway.  Upon Ihis slight hope and with the  destiny of the nation in his hands, lhe  (Ticer set out. Pol" forlv-eighl hours  without slopping for a moment the  noble deer carried the frantic officer,  and came lo (he king with the life and  death news of treason. But when the  terrible race was over the ���inilhfiil reindeer fell dead. A wonderful picture of  the  reindeer  still   hangs   in   the  palace  or caribou is tho most   oatlj-js     iivl'ui Drontheim.  given  to fitful  migrations.  Several  .�� I   , L,;V(. y0U ,(l(, 8torv tt��� [g0- j, f,,)in  the  North  American  Indian lumos for ;lh��� page8 of history.   Man. when great  -���-.        _. him mean the Wanderer, and who has omergonov nii[s hjm, nm) [jf,. nnd donth  jgreat luxury iu Europe, givos the pri* named the wild creatures as fittingly |mnfffl itl tlle balanco, ran make such  (mitivo Lapp an export trado that)"* ��"�� ���mlmtl- ���*<'���' B0 '��� -8 wilu ->��' superhuman effort, and pay for it  makes him a citizen of tho world. : restless caribou. with  his  life, but   lhat   an  animal.      a  j   The reindeer skin,  which  is soft AOld      Like a    gray shadow he blends with  mere brute wilhout   understanding the  ��� pliable, is covered    with a thick heir the  landscape,     being   nearly  invisible 'mighty   thing    at     stake, could mnke  I from one and a half to three inches in against  the new snow, and also blend*  .length,    so it make!* the warmest kind |ing nicely in the gray colorless barren  ground above the timber-line, and between  that and Ihe snow-lino.  Today ho pulls tho fantastic roiii'  deer moss from trees nr rocks, or paws  and roots for it benealh the snow, in  one parallel of north latitude, audio-  .morrow he may be  of robes. Clothing, blankets, and everything that more civilized people use  oloth for, aro hero supplied by the  reindeer's useful skin. His antler* are  made Into spoons, kadles ami lisillul  utensils too many even to mention.  His sinews, which are vory strong",  form the stoutest kiwi of cord, while  his  hoofs and  many  other parts  find  such a sacrifice, argues a nobility of  wonderful t|uallty. It also suggests a  faith in the hand of the master that  drove it so cruelly, that puts lo shame  our own faith in the power abovo us.  After all, there is u spark of nobility in a fine horse, a reindeer, or a  faithful dog, that makes man, who is  f his own     un-  niiles away.  When upon these autumn i  feeding  a   hundred   their God* ashamed  worthiness.-    Clarence Hawk  "Out  gratlonii Dumb Animals  Think of these long weeks of waitlug, all the glud anticipating  Of the gay and festive seuson that at lost, al last is here;  Never resting, never stopping In our mad career of shopping,  Searching over the ideal, not too cheap ami not too dear;  Crushed and elbowed In the reeking crowds, that like ourselves are seeking  .fust the very thing of all things that their loved ones most desired.  Limp and draggled then emerging from the pushing, .- r.i=.;!Ihg, surging  Mob, with parcels overladen, reaching home al last, dog tired.  Those experiences may be best described as "most all-fired."  Yet no antiquated stoic showed endurance more heroic  Than we've manifested through tho  weary ordeal of that time;  We have stood the stress of barter with  | the courage of a martyr;  Now  we  find  sweet    compensation  llst'ning to the Christmas chime,  Whose clear cadence, soft and mellow, seems to '  That the worst Is nearly over, that we soon  Soon may find surcease of sorrow, and that, maybe by tomorrow  Or the next day, may be lifted something of this mental strain,  ! That a blessed sense of rest may soothe the tissues (   eur brain.  j We have done with haste and flurry, no occasion now io worry,  Lest some sensitive relation may have been quite overlooked.  All the lists of names are checked and all the walls with green are decked, and  Now within a few short hours the Christmas dinner will he conked.  ��� Hall to Christmas! happy season!   There Is somo substantial reason  To be gleeful at thy advent���the beginning of the end.  j As thou comest wreathed with holly, we can certainly bp jolly,  i Welcome thee with feast and wassail, and in general unbend,  For we know that we have spent for thee the last cent wc can spend!  I O I iJHfc   dQstt��*m&\ tne Pc��pl�� who were bringing  I       le ���L^'-^BJafe ('BJ^cKAffr*.       An end-ops string of packages from  We no longer will be running to conceal th';= Q things with CU tilling,  And  we'll  lose  our wonted  air  of  having something up our sleeve.  There will   k.   a deuced  litter, when  the   gewgaws   gleam   and   glitter,  Of waste paper, string and cotton, from the kitchen to the hall;  gut, with consciences elastic, we will grow entluisinstle  And "wonder how they guessed," as on the doners' necks we fall,  Looking blissful over dewdads (hat we didn't want at all.  Ah, this blessed thing of giving!     It ts half the joy of living  To watch the looks of gratitude and pleasure and surprise  That, at least to outward seeming, are upon loved laces beaming���  As the loved one opens his parcel and digs out his gaudy ties.  And the gentle wife and mother her emotion tries to smother  When conducted by her husband, to some secret corccr, where,  ,Ab a proof of fond affection, he has hid from her detection,  His gift to her, a cozy, costly, well-upholstered chair  (Of whose comforts, In tho future, you muy bet he'll got his share).  Now this Christmas spirit moves ua to  sense that It behoves us  To keep Poverty's bare platter and  fill Destitution's cup.  Bring turk and  pie and  gladness to  tho homes of empty sadness!  To help out sweet Christmas charity who would not loosen up?      ^^.c������"  But  it'B   highly   aggravating   not   to say exasperating,  When  we've given moat nobly and without thought of stint.  To find out, as we expected, that the modest are neglected  And our princely benefaction hasn't found Its way to print.  (Certainly wo didn't ask It, but a man might take a hint).  But away with sad reflection!     This is no time for dejection.  Merry Christmas, happy Christmas, as we said, has come at last!  All the many tribulations, all the trials and vexations  That havo crowded thick upon us for the last *i\ weeks, are past,  Not a protest shall be uttered, though the house with toys Is cluttered  And the kuU are all parading to the sound of bom and drum,  ,Lusty lung and larynx voicing the extent of their rejoicing.  We will have to stand the racket now that Christmas day is come.  (Later tone our nervous system at some sanitarium i.  Thank the diver if we're able to Bit  'round   a   well-spread  table.  Where  the   plump    white bosomed  turkey sheds its Bavor through  th�� room,  And pudding comeB on Binoking, and  there's no end to the joking,  And no heart thnt harbors  malice  and no mind oercast with gloom,  Let us be profoundly grateful that we have at leaat a plateful,  Grateful for the pepsin tablets that correct our Christmas cheer;  Hold it as among our mercies if there's coin left in our purses,  Be thankful for those dear to us and those who hold ub dear,  (And most  supremely  thankful  Christmas  comes  but once a  yean.  (Ooprdfilii, lull, Wfitcni Ndwipmii.tr Union)  IW^-  CHRISTMAS  IS  A  PROPHECY  It  Forecasts ths  Perfect Social  Conditions Which Will Fulfill the  Promises of Christ.  Christmas Is not only a fnci com-  meliorating the ono sacred fcsilvnl  ln Ihe world's calendar, but lho glorious prophecy of a coming day. surpassing all lho brightest social dreama  that have ever visited Dip most advanced human mind. Me sprang, on  His human nature side, from kings  and peasants, from saints and sinners.  He Is yet to lift every poannnl to llie  ktngllest throne of character and trans  form the chief of sinners Into the  holiest of Milntir He allied Himself  with poverty and the common people.  He In yet ti few'"1' poverty with ull  Its Ills, from the world, and to give  to common humanity their rightful  sovereignty. He worked with Ills  hands for His dally bread. He Is yet  to dignify and glorify In lhe thought  of mankind ail honest toll. He honored woman with His sympathetic and.  appreciative regard. He ts yet to relieve her from every form of serfdom  created hy the past anes*" He took  little children In Hie arms and blessed  them, He Is yet to nuke blessed lhe  child life ln every welcoming home.  He gave His peace to Hit distracted  disciples. He Is yet to make wars  reaBe unto the end of the earth. He  united His brethren with Himself and  His Father in one unbroken oneness.  He Is yet to make every mau a brother to his fellow-man and at one with  bit Father ln Heaven.  WAITING -"OH THE SIGNAL Sf)H THE St.'lUMHAGE KELOWNA RECORD
THURSDAY, DEOEMBES 18, 1913
Central Selling Agency'.
Season's Business
JiKI.KIIOl'S STATISTICS
out   iii good prioos.    Floronco   oraba SOME CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS
should nut bo shipped another season; 	
thoro was u  good  domnnd  for  Trans- T|„, christmns Ireo eomes lo us   iii- Census (iguroa nf tho strength ot co-
jcendents and HysU.j.s. ,,,.,|v [mm tho Germans. In that conn- lininus organizations   in   tho Dominion
MANAGER  KOHKltTSIIN   I'HI'.SF.NTS     "Owing lu tho shortage in tho mar- (rv  ||1C children  nil  liolinvo  in    Snntn  liavo re illy boon published.    For th'
HIS ANNUAL  REPORT              |llot' wo httV0 ^''I'l1'"1 '"" " '-n'"1 M"v"y I lans and  lhe Christmas tree has     n purpose of comparison and in ordor to
.■ins ol cooking apples nl prices rune;- |,romjnm|    place in   every homo.     In show  how   tho increase ill tho popiila-
Tho following report of tho season's ing from 55c to §1.16 per box. On thn Vunvny and Sweden tho sonson  is one lion hns benefited  the strength ot   llio
work of the Okanagan Growers'  Ltd., good  standard  varieties prioos "ill be ,,; <,oot|  0heer  and  early  preparations ilillVreiil   ohiirches  figures  for  tho past
was prosented by tho managor, Mr.lt. satisfactory; on what  might  be lormud ,,,,, ,n.M\,,  (0 i,,.,,,,, happiness  to     all lliirty years are quoted  by  periods ol
UobortBOn ul a   mooting of tho diroo- "oil varieties" of apples, prices will not. c'nssos,    prior and rich nlikc,    In   in> decades.    The following tabic   will be
tors recently held iu Ycninn:                  be satisfactory—this  again  owing    lo nlhl,r country probably aro the    birds found  interesting ns showing tho rola-
"J. li. Rookio, Esq.,                                 the competition from tho othor side ol nnc|    |Vnimn]s    Bo    woll     remembered. |jVo growth    and relntivo standing of
Chairman, Hoard of Directors,            "'"' grade stook. Sheaves of grain  are fastened  to tlie lho   principal denominations     in   lb'
Okanngan United Growers, Ltd,         "I  am strongly   ol lhe opinion  thai (0pa ,,|  i„|l  poles and  ronowod ovary eounlry in  C-si  ..,,„i   p.m,  ii„.     -,,.,,,-
Vornon, 1). 0.                                (or another season a lisl oiilie apples <;.,y  |,„. „ „,.,,],,  .„„|  lnnn.   „,.,     ti„, t]ln |,., ronsus Wllg |ft|Imii
Doar Sir.—"I beg to hand you hero-  sl Id    I"' gone   over   very onro'iilly, |,|nia  t|,tt|   |mr|D|ie of  lho feast.    The rgj,             iuji
with siiiii'ini'iil    showing  total     ship- lho    liesi   vnriotins decided  on,   which ,,,„;  IUM|  |u,|'sch share  In  the general |{0llmn Cntholirs      I 71)1 1I8°   •' 831) 041
monl   up In November 3Uth, also    tho  would    !»■   graded \".  I- and 2s;   oli |mpp|ness In   having n doulilo    ration pnisbvlorinns               (17(11(18   I 115321
statomonl ol expenses nnd oslimato of variclies graded;  straigl 'chard  run „„  c'liristmns day.     In oertnin  south- Mrlliodisls                   7.121)81    I 0711 8112
surplus over and above lho expenses to wilh culls only taken out.   Tho    mar ,,.,, rniintrics wlierc Spanish is spoken, .nrrllcnns                    57"'ll I   I 11-13 017
same dato,   Vou  will   noto  II"'     lotnl  kol   for apples,  ivu think  should     he "Vule-tido"   is   rolobmled   without   tho Hnptistn ...              ■"M'i.Wi     '.WdOO
siiipineiii.s of fruil were B30 ears, i ye-   Por lho IjcbI grades ol So.  I, the Inrg. ,.Vergreen tree,    ITero thore i i a rpiain! |,U||lcranB                      ||| 350     -jj., gn,|
lllblos 361 ears anil hay 51   ears.          or oltios and for uxporl   Irndoj for lhe Kiiperstitinn.     li    is thoiighl   that  the .•■„„„.  i,|,M    ,,;  n„. ,v|',ti,,, stroBirth
Il  is almost  impossible to give     nu strnighl   run orolmrd pack,   Sorthwost ,in|innl« have -!>•<• Ir on I'hrislmns riiy. „,■ ,1,,, diiTuronl  doll inntions in    ,,70
acourato astlmato of ihe quantity   ol 1 ry points. „m| „„ „i„„ ,i„, ,„,k. ,,,,»  „,„|   tn„  ,Mil| |n ||u, ,      |n,|on ,.,„', ,„, galn.
fruil ami produoo, especially tho latter     "I'eurs;   lhe   r Ipl   "i  th.' assooin hulls  roar anil  11<• ■ sheen bloat,    Ihey ,.,| |„   ,1,,. „!,,,„]„    ,\]t. perconlago pro-
sirll to be shipped.    As nearly us     I   lions    woro    light.    Good  prices wore ,,,., pmoliiliiiinu tin. glad lidinjs nf ihe nnrllnn of each  lo the population    In
ran figure, however, there should     be obtained. Nativity   linn  Chrisl   is born in Uolli- \$$\ lltlfj |i||| ... f0]|owa.
between 200 and 250 ears of fruil and                          Vegetables lihein.    Main   a child  listens ami Hies |S^I        |ij||
logotables lo move before May 1,   anil     "Knrly potatoes    started   out    very  ,,, mrl|v (   t|,;s wonderful  ennvorsn- Roman Catholics               II 13     30 31
ihu less limn 100 ears of bay.                high.   The oxlrr    Rhnrtago nf money ,;,,„ nuiong the beasts ,,„•! birds when I'vesbvlerinns                  .   16.01      15.1-
"Voir would note tlint   ihe estimated ami a desire lo purtiolpulo in lire high cliHatmns m,,ri,in., ilnwns. Mrlliodisls                          17 18      I-I*t90
Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.
irpllis ill   S'ovombor 30 is ?*21,821.10. er   prices   bl'oughl aboul    a eondili
above outlined  which     proved    very    unsatisfactory
li tho shipments are us a,,,.,,  uu..,..-.       r	
il     would appear thai   wc  would   have Ship s were   mado .lull   should nev    Nu"  '" lhe rosy heart ll s domain,
llnl   less  than  S2II.IIIHI.III1  tu   refund     1,1 er  have gone  mil;  Ihei   wire    sln,uin_   '•'
llie local associations, or approximate- shrinkage in   Is hours or by  the lime
I,   one-half    1! Ir r ,.s  ■■ ,• h-ve    re- Ihey    reached  Calgary.    This  re-auted
lulled In eover operating expenses,  lu on our sales, ami when llie shipments
addition to this, there is at  U„. credit should    have   gono   .ml  bj   roason of  ' '"' "s '" childhood miee B..min.
.'  ihe reserve    fund  812,7011.63 which being he ' matured, we found  ii .li:-'
l.ei  voices
Thai   ivroi
rhdit,
in.in il„. nlghi
g,   and   rlghl   slill
hiulicans 1:1.35     11.17
Raplisls     0.80       5.111
I.illln rans      1(17        3,19
IV,nn tin- (ongoing ii will lie soon
that ihe Anglican ami Lutheran
churches have made the greatest pro
portinnnto trains, though lliese gains
are iii all probability due !nr.:ftt> to
Immigration.  The  most   notable    gain
ICE
Send your ornera in enrly fm ice to be delivered  and   packed
in your ice-house.
Farmers in tne eounlry mny obtain ice ready cu' on   llie pord.
Il will cost you ten times more   to   liave   ice   delivered   in   the
summei wo if you hnve not already got   an   ice-house  consider
if it would not be an economy to build one.
FIRE WOOD
Dij fire-wood for sale in six rick lots, $2.50 per tick, Cash only.
BACON AND HAM
Nexl monlli we can supply home cured,  home  smoked   bacon
nnd hams fiom grain fed pigs of our own growing.
APPLES
Yellow Newlon and Spilzenberg culls nt $1,25 per box.
GRINDING
Oals, wheal and rye ground while you   w.ait.     Get   this  done
nnd save 25 per cent, on your feed bill.
WINTER FEED
Wo slill have room foi a few head of horses.
Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.
     ._        _  „   lUiiiiiLf'ai inn.    lilt'
■ n have dopoB.ted   lompcirarily  in thn fioiik to multo aalos owing to prm-ious "    ■    ,,  .      ,        ...
"Koviewing the situation of the ship-     "With .he exception ol one,,,,,, eov- I"« ucng uibbng,   to « xtent.        o( ^ ^ ^   ^.^
1 inL' season up lo dale, ii  might     lm ering potatoes, fairly satisfactorily rn-       ll"'ts. turnips, cnuats and parsnips   ,K| n( ^   noiiulntlon in   II'OI   to  1 -n
briefly  outlined   as  follows:     fhcrries. subs  were obtained.    In  il»' early (all have been proving slow  all  fall. Ther- "
eared   that   we  wnilil  be  a' 1 e lo i«     apparenlli     a   considoralllo   Blirplll
unoditii
apricots and early poaches did not oar-  il  appei
I I.     The    lews   i„   |Ss|   COIIStitutOll
"t't'i of ihe population, whereas in lull
n.r, ..oi, „„,, van, ,,.-., u,.» ,„„„,„ ,„r-i>  ..,. ■"     '     ,,.,.,.:„    f.h ,,     ,.,• •""« ol tho population, whereas In 11)1
Tirol,    In our experience Ihis    was get about  SI8.00    for   our lull    .too.  hictu f these commodities. ,1,,,   i,.„i :„,.,'        ,     ,„,    ,    •
1 , . "ii,1   ....    v.... ...Ill       , 1 i- n,i\   lien  inerr-ises  to   l.'ll    .1 n    IlClcas
o the oxcossivo rn.nsW in many cases, forcing the price down, we wor u- I'    - "I «"      a  1 ear,     o, ^   ^   |(	
,.    Dh  n,^    ,„.;,,..    I...-,, 1    rt..o....|..n   oi.   ,.i     lo   lo   on    I.,     sonic   cvlinl.      a- SllCkS.    Illrle   ale   slill      tu,,   or       till-,:,.	
ing
I'li'erc are st'lM   "i"v"' T"",r ."' Ihl't,c,,'"lc   111(11-11)11   Inoludod   thc  I
out. Prices will'U'ven sai" lmvi"" 'n' ,vli^°""    Rnmn* ('""'0«<».
,,   this  produei.   Th,/   lasl OT'44,<   •■wlloaiu..  3ni,n23;   I'roshyter
to   shipments   going   forward   ovorri|» polled to follow   lo    some oxtcnt,    a
wilh a view of trying lo save lhe crop; though     very    slowly,  nil    sah s   were ears l,
apricots; excessive    moisture   followed made as low as $15.0(1,   owing In our isdiotn
I.,    extreme    heal, wliieb seemed     lo being  ininbln  lo secure anything    like two ears  wo have  sold  at   815.1(1 |
have the eli'cet of causing lhe apricots tin adequate ultimata oi ihe quantities ton f.o.b.. shipping point, ami    have
in ripen abnormally    fast;  the   early available.
pea.'lies   did   nol   s n   lo   develop   wilii ("a!,bugO   Sold   Welt
the same amount  of matured body in     "Cabbage has  moved out  ut    sitis
■es    on  ihe nvornge,     The1   "Celery:    l.e'.uins    on    the    average
,   ih„  have    been  siitistaetoi'v,  mid wo  shall     I'apor cannon me  mnnufaotiirod    In
rlso el.'.i I   up   l»o ears   of  small   No.
is al   S25.IIII  per  Ion.
Celen   ffetiirns rin.,,1
I.ssL': Methodists, 1(13,(1051 r,u-
tliernns, 1117,310; Ore N Church, 72,877
Rapiisis. 51,5(11; .lews. 58,103; Motmon-
iii-.   I'.'.-I I   and   Mormons  II.1R0.
lhe peneh as usual, and the Block that factory  "r
appeared to be in goorl Condition even total sbi| 'nts are 52 cars  ll|
for   shipping by (roight,    undor tests end of November.   Por ihe first  lime, bo able lo clonr up llio lotnl crop ai  the Kmpp works, floriiiuny, for infnn
made   in   the  Vernon  warehouses    were we   bund   some   loe il     e en-elilors    ill   good  nr s. try   USO  in  rough  country.  They  ar.
found
hours
PHONE 8
WWTI
'   in   the  Vernon  warehouses    were  wo   found   some   locil    rinu'clilors    in   U'lmu  mites. liy  uso m  rouu'li  country.   Ihey are so
1   lo be until   10  ship  within      21   Calgnrj   from   lhe   High   Kin"'  district I    '"raking  llie sr.is.m IlltOgilho:-, pilccs liglll   thai   a   soldier  ean   easily    earn j
s when held iii a cool place. 'during lho early tall.   This enhbn<re la realized,  I   Urn...  will  be looked  upon one and yet   lhe  rosistnnco is greatct j
t'.arly Apples Sold Well Ijeing grown b;    'anaiis'. we    nndor-.«» I'pituj: fnirli   snlisbietory  when    we ihan that  of a metal field-pi f i|„. '
larly apples, crab apples „H movod'stnnd.     We are also advised  that   the arc able In irol  ihe final returns out." same calibre.
SWsSTKWSW
We can cut out the annoyance and worry of that day
for you, and it won't cost you
any more than done at home.
BETTER WORK TOO
Rough-dry done at 35c. per doz.
For full particulars apply to or Phone  159
Fruits and
Vegetables
,iup  Oranges,   Rvery  box  inspect*
cil.    Per bo\     "")(•.
Choice   Naval  (IriuiL't's,    Ripe    and
juicy. IVr do/.  I5cj and 66c
Malaga Orapiw. I.il' and Sweet. IVr
pound     2flo,
Turkish    Figg.    <*hoi<v   sim-k.   Per
pound     30e.
I'ivnl Unta. tor detwort, IVr Ih,  16c.
Table  ttuisins.   Cliuico new Stuck.
|wr ll>  36o.  inc. Rile.
in U'pound  boxw     I1.0U
Drapo Fruil. Big mid full of Juice,
two (or     25c.
Hweel    Potatoes.   Largo nml good.
.-pounds for     25o<
Spanish     Onions.    The  boil    kind
H pounds for     26c,
(•ranborries.    Large nml Bound    J
pounds for     3Bo.
Kelownn  Celery.   Frcsli  every     day
"2 pounds     35o.
Hood Spuds.  Large, dry und <<ound
IVr sm-k    S1,3(t
Lettuce.   BrUHBol   .Sprouts,  etc.,  die.
Hy   Mvpress Tuesdny.
Nuts, Candy, &c.
Choice Mixed Null,, nuiirunlerdnew
Block. IVr Ib    38c
Ilnlian    ('heal >.    Tbe Kind     i"
rOttHl,   per   lb     -.V.
I'opping Corn, (lood fm- ibe Xma.
troc. '-> lbs    'J5e.
Confectionery
Molr'i Choeolalw. Tbe l»wl kind
por lb     llOe,
Assorted  I'ruil candy, per lb.    511c.
Kllri 's ami    Melblusli  TolTeon, per
lb      I»e.
I''lllic\ Iiiims ot I'lliieiilales. Tire
besi i|iiallv al |iriees from |U0.
In      ... *I.(KI eneli.
Xmas, 1913
Let us make it the Best Ever
Our ambition is io do our pnrt. We have llie choicest
goods at very moderate pi ices.   Just look  over our
nd\l, and ilien Icl us hnve your orders
Pickles—Olives
THE STORE OFPLEi
C. .in.I P.. Swcol  Mived. Somothing
new and good,   Per boiile   l.v.
I'in   Monoy.   Melon   Miuil'o.   Known
as    iha    highost  quality.     Per
holtle     115,..
H'-iii* Imlin  Holisb.   \ lusi.i  picklo.
Per Inn il,.     350-
I'iel.l.'d   l!,.,.|s,    Rsim  i; |      pM
boi tie    or,,.
Cheese, &c.
PHONK 35
Xmas Crackers and
Stockings
Thi' besi   assiii'linenl   and llie loWOKl
prlooi in town.
Biscuits,  Cakes, &c
H.   utirl   I'.   I''nlllnus   llisi'iiils.   I'l'esh
slock.  All    I imls.  por  package
•-'lie.   und      'J.'ie.
Chrl.llos    f'nkcii.,    Pound   Sultunu
Pl'llil      in   sealed   litis    l.'ie.   and
'.llie. eaeh
f, and I'.. I'lum Pu.l.liiiL'. A     l,.crl>
Class arlii-li' and  a  l"t   of Iron
hie saved,    Rack     l.v.
Simla   Mhoil Crai'li.'ls for lhe t'llll
ill'ell,   Per paeluiL'ri    2oo.
Extra Special
I'lmiee Canadian per Ib    2"h\
Mel.ai'i'i'n's  Crr'arn,  per  Jar     20c.
| llfto. (16a. and   81.38
IMiini  Choose  Eaoh     si .(Hi
Uu fori.    I loud   tor all.      hiked
by sriine.   per Ib    (lOe.
Ilninz and ICeknrCu IJi n and Stuffed Olives, All si/, s.  All  Prices.
liipo Olives,  I',,,   [hose who do .
like ilivi'ii
Canned   Vegetables
rrom Saturday lo I hursday
With every C..»h  Purchnse  ..(   $J.50   we   v..II  give
One Pound oi CI,ni,r Candy FREE.
I )ull'l llllas tllis
I'Yeneh  Miishiooins. |„>r tin ... 36c,
Pelits  Pols.  Small and swoot, Per
lin    260,
s. por boi i li>   III,-.        i,  11   ii       ,                   i,   . ,,
'"'Id   liar   Asparagus.   Pel Ira- than
fresh,   por   till     II.V.
|   Snider'i Kntsup. fiuarnntood   pure,
I'or  I...Ille ;ir,0     j   '•I»..|i,,,.r>t,.-' Spinni'h. -lusl  liko the
fresh  ploked  stoel,.  per tin   80o,
To the Ladies
l.verv   Lady   dial   visits   our  slore  on  1 uesday and
wedneaday, December 23rd ami 24th. will he presented wilh a pip, e of holly
No purchase neceifniy
Xmas Crockery
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elsewhere.    Our   slock   is   new,   exclusive,  and   oui
pi ices lhe Lowest in Town
Liquids
Welch Crape .libra. Tho after-dinner
drink, por lioltlc 88o,   and 70c.
n. T.   ih,. i„'u drink, per bottlo 16c
II.'in/ Table Vlnouar, W. Wine. Cider
and   Mull.   I'.t bottlo     l6o.
ilie   kind ihul    is strong   but
mil   fall   nt  aeirl.
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wo teams (ruin li iw unlil Chriatmal
For the Pies
llein/  Mineeliieat.   Holler lllaii liver.
Per lb.  ufir.
Pi'eserved lllueberrie.s. Prom Nm II
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Kalslns,     The     srwlless   lllnd, Per
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Lnsl bul dot leasl
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50c, per Ib. Ground 1'iesh, 50c. per lb. THURSDAY; DiXCUMBER 18, 1913  KKLOWNA RECORD  Instructive Toys  for tne intetligent boy. In buying your boy or %\r\ a  Christmas present don't forget that their recreations  now lay the foundation of their characters and careers  later on.  Electric j  Working Models  will give your boy his first insight into the power  which will one day run the world.  Bring him to see our Display  of Electric Motors. Trains, Cranes, Dynamos, Pest  Card PiojcLtois, and a lust of oilier novelties.  Nothing Better  for  the  Boy's Christmas Box  STRUCTO  Toy and Model Building Material. Z^uilds bridges, trucks, machinery, cranes and other engineering structures.  Electiic Appliances make ideal Christmas Presents lor the hun  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC STORE  Entrance to Opera House Waler Street  vaasiasstwmsvv&BBSKWmmstxmeMswriw-immsmwxmtwrxii;  Heads You Win  Tails We Loose  The Oak Hall Clothing Co. intends  holding a  Christmas Draw  Competition  From December I st until Christmas  Eve a Coupon will be given with  every dollar's worth of goods purchased, entitling the holder to a  chance of winning the following  prizes:  The Drawing wil take place on Xmas Eve at  10 o'clock. 1 he owner of the (irst ticket drawn will  receive free a  $30.00 Suit or Overcoat  Second ticket drawn  $12.50 Suitcase  Third ticket drawn  $4.50 Hat  CONSOLATION PRIZE.  To  the  Person  collecting the Greatest Nunber of  Coupons we will give a  Free Gift of a $25.00 Suit  Perhaps you may be one of the Lucky Winners.  You stand a good chance by buying freely and often.  5 per cent, discount on all cash purchases.  Coupons given only with cash purchases.  Oak Hall Clothing Co.  A W1JSU1) SEA STORY  S  A. thrilling and intensely weird story  uf the sea, recalling in many details  Clark Russel'a "The Frozen Pirate".  has been received trom New Zealand  respecting the muling ship Marlborough  of  Glasgow.  Twenty-three years    ago lhe     Marl*-  j boruiigh Bailed   from    l.yttlolon,   S'ow  1 Zealand, with a oargo of frozen  mutton  and  wool    and a erow  of  thirty-  I throe,   under  the command  uf  Captain  Hird.  limit in   1878, she was in     the  speoial mirvo)  class on  Lloyd's  l.rgia  ter.      Her    dimensions     wore 22S foot  1 lung, with ,i Ho tool  beam nnd '27 feet  ! draught,  It was in the early days of -luuuai'y  18.HI that, she Hi.f out <>n ber long  voyage in Lhe Loeth of winter gales  of tho south I'ueific to round Capu  Horn and get ou the last "grout log/'  of 7.UUU miloH or uioiu uf iior vuyagu  tu tho Clyde. Sho wan sighted in mid-  ocean onwards toward .Magellan, und  after lhat uutliin^ further was heard  of hor. In April ol thut year she wat.  ported as missing. .W ihu end ul l">-H>  sho was given up as lust m the storms  around "iltu mariner's grave" oil the  ruekbuuud coast of South I'atayonia.  -V government oruisor was despatched  to muUe investigation, to pick up hor  wreckage, auu lo gtctiu nny kuuwlodgo  uf lhe missing ship. Not u spar was  found, and lho Marlborough, it was  believed, hud gone io ihe bottom ol  thu Pacific in a winler hurricane.  Recently ihe tragic truth was lsurn-  ed by u Urilish vessel bound for Lyt  tloton, New Zealand, which hud rounded Cui>e Horn. Jn tho words of hor  captain:  "We woro oil the rucks coves near  i'antu Arenus, keeping near the land  fur sholter. T lie coves are deep and  silent, tho sailing difficult and danger*  uus. It was a weird.**, wild evening,  with the red orb oi the sun .selling  on the horizon. The stillness wus un  canny. There wus a shining green  light reflected on the judged rootcs du  our right. v  "We rounded a point into u deep  cleft cove. Before us, u mile ui* more  across the water, stood a sailing vessel, with tho barest shreds uf canvas  fluttering to the breeze. We signalled  and hove tu.- No answer came. We  searched with our glasses, Not a soul  cuuld we sec, not a movement of tiny  sort. Masts and yards wi re picked out  In green��� the green of decay.  "Thc vessel lay as if in u cradle, it  recalled "The Frozen Pirate", a novel  that I read years ago. I conjured up  the vessel of tho .novel with her rakish  masts and the outline ol Iter six small  cannons traced with snow.  "At last we cane up. 'I here was no  sign of life on hoard. After au interval  our first male, wilh amombor of tho  crew boarded her, Tlio sign, that met  their gaze was thrill'iug. Below the  wheel lay lho skeleton of a man.  Treading warily on the rotten deck,  which erucked and broke in places as  they walked, they encountered three  skeletons in the hatchway, In the moss  room wore tho remains ot Ion bodies,  and six were found, ono alone, possibly tlmt oi the captain, on the bridge  There was an unoann** stillness around  and a dank smell of mould which mado  the flesh creep. A few remnants of  books were discovered in Ihe captain's  cabin, and a rusty cutlass. Nothing  more weird  in the hislo"    ���-  the sea  KEN WANTED CHICKS  AND FOUGHT THE CAT  Gtraco Pete Will, of Rising Sun tolls  just how perverse a setting hen can  he, and related an unusual story.  The lion was the properly of J. A.  Will, of Rising Sun, and tho narrator  was herself a witness of the incident.  There was au orange box in tho  chicken 1"t. 11 was IIl<e all orange  boxes, having two compartments. A  cut, with n new family of kittens, decided lu take possession of one of thu  orange box apart nts, and   a setting  hen, wliich had no eggs to sit on,  took ihe other. I hrough one night  the cal, kittens, ami hen oreiipied tlm  two apartments amicably.  In tho morning lhe mother oat wns  .-ailed io breakfast, and ihe hen  peeped over llie partition and saw  tlie kittens, all curled up. She hopped  over into her neighbor's flat aad took  possession, silting on tho kittens, And  lhe kittens seemed lo enjoy it. for  they mado no complain..  Finally the mother cat came back-  She was in a fury and made an attack on the hen. The hen, too, was  in a fury, and seemed unreasonably  lo believe that the eat was trespass*  Ing. The hen arose from the nest,  spread her wings and sallied towards  the eat. The eat retreated. Time nnd  again this performance was repeat- j  ed. At last (he Oat, realizing that it  was no match for an angry would-be  mother hen, retired to a far- corner  and moaned and groaned about it.  Human hands intervener! and tho  hen was taken away and tied up, so  she could not gel back to tho kittens,  Then���happy though I! Why ...nol  photograph the hen fighting a mother j  cat for possession of tllO'itlttons? The  camera was brought, the hen was released and llie cat wns frnnsforrod  from the nost. Rill Mini hen just,  wouldn't   Fight  any  :nor\  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.    Order NOW.  W HAUG  Phi  66  r  Tl.l'r. EDUCATION  Thai  man,  I   think, has had a liberal |  ethical ion who has beon so trained that  his body is the ready servant of   his  will,  and  does  with  ease  and  pleasure  all  the work  that  as a  mechanism    il  is capable of; whose intellect is a clear j  cold, logic engine, with  all   its    parts i  of equal strength, and in smooth working  order;   ready,  like   a   steam-engine, ,  to bo turned to any kind of work, anil .  spin  the gossamers    as well as   forge!  (he anchors  of  the mind;  whose mind j  is stored     with a     knowledge of    thej  great  and  fundamental  fruits of     na- j  lure and of thc laws of her operation; j  one who, no stunted ascetic, is full of j  life and fire, but whose passions      are  trained  to come to heel by a vigorous  will, the servant  of a tonder conscience  who has learned    to love all beauty.  whether of nature or of art, to have  all vilenoss, and  lo respect  others    as  himself.  Such a man anil no other, I consider  has had u liberal education. -Thomas  Huxley, in "Lay Sermons."  ' :tffS  "THERE is big money in chicken  *    raising if you want to g.   into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raiiie them lor your own table or lo sell tliem  to your neighbours. You can liave a chicken dinner every  day for' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and sec our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative ts now in London, Ens.   Send in your  list and get in touch with English buyeis  can     ovor have been seen.   The     first j  male examined the still faint letters on !  the bows, and afler much trouble read  "Marlborough, ' ilnspo.v."  MORRISON'S  Dance Hall  IfiXECUTIOaN OF TUBES! RBBBL OFFICERS MY   FEDERAL   SQUAD  ssst  Federal firing squad executing three rebel ol.ieet's, which under Moxie.au  law they are allowed to do. All ulTioers in the robel army ftDOVO tho rank  of captain are held lo bo traitors, and are miminurily oxocuted when captured. The officer at the right had jiiHt raised his sword, and pronounced the  words, "Take Aim", when tho photograph was taken. At the extreme left  may be Hoen the priest who but a moment before had given tho condemned  men thn last riles of the Catholic church, Two of the prisoners declined  the privilege ol being blindfoUled. The man in tho centro, with lelfl nerve  than his two follow rebels, naked to have his eyes covered so that he might  not be compelled lo look down the barrels of thc guns lhat were to end  his life.  LAWRENCE AVENUE  f^e are open  to accept engagements   for  Private  and Public Dances.  3,000 sq. feet of Highly-Polished  Hardwood Floor  All c   lvenienccs, including  Dri isil'g-R. onu>   lor  Ladies  ami  Gentlemen, Lavatories, Kitchen and mcessaiy ulir-  sils, &c, complete,    Well  heated, lujited  mid   ventilated.  Music and refreshments arranged for  Ciices on application to  ARMSTRONG & HAYMAN  Be al lhe  B.C. Morse Dance  lluiisday, December 18th  Viiuip, People's Social Hop ever)   I uesdav evening  |P^gilR[FUKS TO  ,'R HIISINrsS ���,,.,. I Willi lite I II It ; hoiiw In Ibe World]  dealing end mivci / in AMiRir.iiRrw runs  G 8. "More Monoy" for your FURS|  uuip your puns to "suubbht"  a fell Wo  resnonatble Bafa~ftir}lottsewlthaniinblomiahod'rei>*|  iilatln'iexUtlni ��� ��� l!ii'ini|iir.rtfri'lrti,i,nliii-v." jr lonirHtir-  cwsdil il irfsendltiq Pur NiiiiiaTHnrniiiiu���satisfactory  ami I'KOFiTABI B returns,  write for  Sin MsbRl������wet/l  Itiicoiiiy reliable, Accurato marl it report nr.d tirii-c li.,t published  Writ. ,..a It-MOW-ll'n l'HKK  A    It   '���.Ml tnrPT   In.   25.27 WKST AUSTIN AVF..I  V I ' " ^^^^^^^i^^MJCACOjU^.A.! KRLOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  The Cratchit's Christmas  D  inner  From " A Christmas Carol "  llv CHARLES DICKENS  Pin  ('In  ���ni  .ii  and thu (ilio.t  i'ii.  la il  ni ('Illinium  sin ots     Ui  (whom   tor   Hi  fl  it li, 1' was suvuro) iIn' people iiiiulu n  mli mill brisli    ami mil  im|i1onsniil  nl ul music,  in scraping lho    snow  in the |iiin'ini'iii  in truiit ot   thoir  riwullingi,, anil  front llii1 tops o! Ilip.ir  iniii.-is. ulu: iiv  it  was mail dolight  in  ilti- boy. In mm it conto plunging down  illlu   tllO   I'Olltl   Ili'liill'.   anil   splitting   ill-  Ill ,n liiirial III ill- sihiu   slinlns.  Tin' ImllHP fr.inti liuilii-it lltuo't inmt��li  nl   tin  llio  111,,   I  upon  Inul  ni  NQruLV^Z-  7,  lllll'l-.  anil  Thu^Qun^^^r'-ChiTEiTii:^  \v?^'rAcrdlss;'the winter snow. '  m^  in  Thaf  They.  "are'the<-little I6otfrints aiI ^)*-\l/-y\i  a^my^-the^gfthj from tHJ^jwrehyard wall?\  _r^==v;&  iqje^gfithe child  by/the/.phris.tn.a  m  _r   ��� .    ,.,_      .. as bells,'-and.-'light:  I *   N*a^ I \T .   '.\      ^Nc*a . |  'sweetly, cnime^l^-Soft, soft, ;riy-.\rhymcs! VJ>  '   '      e^njdet the snow. ~ ; i^p^w^  be" ^^M^\ v.  Villi  hieir beds are'  nf \    -#  Mlty' Noel!   NotlI\\\  Carols each ChrisWia  ���.Where the winter frost  ML  ^  They arc soulless elves, whoTfain would j^ejftV j^*  Within, and laugh at our Christmas cheer':')'    xv  .Ring fleetly, chimes!    Swift/swift^my'rhymes!  They are made of the. mocking mist  >Noe!/   Noel!        -$5? Hk ^  Cease, cease, each Christmas b-.ll!  Under the holly bough,        ^^d.  s, blacker, contrasting  i white sheet of snow  nml with the dirti ��r  {runnel: wliich Inst do-  ploughed iip 'm deep  ��� h. tho henv*, whee's of carts  igons; furrows ilmi crossed nnd  i'ii each other hundred,, of times  tho grant streets branched nil;  ide intriouto channels, hard to  in thi* lhick yellow mud and iny  Tho sky was gloomy, und tho  i ��trouts wero choked up with  .��� mist, halt thawed, hull frozen,  hen\ lot' particle.) descended in n  shower of soot*, atoms, as if the eh tin*  ueys in (.rent Britain hnd, by one  oon <ent, caught fife, nnd wore bin--ing  aw ay lo I heir dear In irts1 content.  Thero wus nothing very cheerful in tho  oKmale or the town, and yol wns  there an air ul cheerfulness abroad  iliai ih-- clearest summer air and the  brightest summer sun might havo on*  deavout'ed to diffuse in vain.  For  the people who  were  shoveling  away on    tho house-tops    wero jovial  and full of glee, calling out to one another from the parapets, and now anil  than exchanging n facotiotts snowball,  ���betler-natnit'd  missils far than many  o   wordy  jest,���laughing heart ily  if ii  went right, and noi  less lion rt ily if it  went    wrong.    Tho poulterers'    shops  were -ii!l half open, nud the fruitorers'  wero radiant In thoir glory. Thero wore  great.   round,     pot-bellied  basket*   of  chestnuts, shaped  tike the   waist con ta  ni Jolly old gentlemen, lolling at   the  doors,     and     tumbling    out   into  the  thoir    apoplectic   opulouco,  There were ruddy, brown-faced, broad-  girthed Spanish onions, .shining in the j  fatness of their growth  like   Span!  friars, ami winking from their shelve..-. !or  in wanton slyness al tho girls as thoy  wenl  by, and glanced demurely at  lhe  mistletoe.   Thero wore    pears  lea,     elusd red   high high in I  g pyramids; there wore! bundles i  os, made,    in the shopkeepers' :  iic     in dangle from conspicu* i  iks, th u people's months might '  liter trratis as they passed; there wore  It..-, (.f    filberts,  mossy and  calMne   i.'   their    frngrnnco,  unlt-s descending on tho counter made I  n merry Bound, or that tho twine and  roller   parted  company   so  briskly,    or  that  lhe I't.nisteia were rutiled up and \  down like juggling irioks. or even that  the blended    seouts of tea and   colTo.- I  veil- so grateful to the nose, or evon ]  hat  tho raisins were so plentiful'  nn:l j  are.  the almonds so extremely whilo.  the sticks of cinnamon so long     and i  straight, the other splooa so delicious, |  the candied  fruits so caked  and  spot- j  ted with molten sugar as to make the  coldest  lookers-on fool faint, nnd sub   [  oqucutly bilious. S'or was it that the j  fi-^s were molsl and pulpy, or that  I'Vench plums blushed iu modest  t'iriness from thi ir highly decorate.1  boxes, or that everything was good  ind in its Christmas dress;  but the customers were nil so hurtled  nml so eager    in tho hopiful  promise  I the day. Mint tllU>' tumbled up  against each other nt the door, crash-  their wicker baskets wildly, and  left their purchases upon the counter  and came running baok to fetch thorn,  and  committed  hundreds   of   the     tike |  lakes, in the best humor possible;  while the grocer and his people wer..  So frank and fresh   thai tho polished  ni Is   with   which   they   fastened   their  aprons behind might  have ben    their  worn outside for general inapeo*  and for Christmas daws to peck  nl, il   thev  chose.  Hut   soon  tho steeples  called     good  people all to church ami chapel,   and  they oame. Hocking through tho  in  their best clothes, nnd with  their gayest   faces.    Anil  at   the   same \  VIEW OF KELOWNJ  n the only day on which they can bo Ghost of Christmas Present blesses bis  itl to    dine at    all," said Scrooge, four-roomed house.  Then up rose Mrs, Cratohit, Cratchit's wile, dressed out but poorly in a  twice-turned gown, but brave in ribbons, which are cheap and made n  goodly show for sixpence; and she luid  '1 seek!" exclaimed the spirit. ,,���, (.jolhi assi,tcd by iviindn Cratch-  'Forgive me if I am wrong. 'It   has  "1!"  cried the  spirit.  "Von seek to close these places     on  the seventh day," said  Scrooge,  it comes to the same thing,"  "ami  been done in your name, or nt    least  said Scrooge.  it, second of her daughters, also bravo  in ribbons; while Master Peter Crutch-  time there omurged from scores of by- '  streets,   lanes,  ami    nameless  turnings I  innumerable people, carrying their dinners   to   tho  bakers'   shops.    The   sight  of these pom- revellers appeared to inst   the   spirit  very  much, for    ho  stood,  with  Scrooge beside him.  in  a  baker's doorway, nnd,  taking off   the  is  as  their bearers  passed,  sprinkled incense on their dinners from     his ��n thai of your family." said seroogo. -(   piunurtHj  ft    foru ^to the saucepan  torch.    And ii wns a very uncommon'   "There arc some upon this earth of of   potatoes,   nnd gottilig the corners  kind of torch, for auco or twice   when yours,*'  returned the spirit, "who lay ���f i,;s    monstrous    shirt-collar (Bob's  there wire angry words between some claim  to know us, nnd who do    their pr|vate property, conferred upon     his  dinner-carriers  who  hud   jostled    each deeds of passion, pride, Ul-wlH, hatred, son ,lI1(i heir in honor of tho day) toother,  he  shed a  few  drops of    water envy* bigotry    and selfishness in    our (() his moUth, rejoicing to find himself  Bh jon them from it, and their good hum- aome, who are as strange to us,   and s0 jjaHnntly attired,  and yearned    to  was    restored  directly.    I'or  ihey all our kith nud kin,  as if they   had gnow    his    |mon    in  ^    faahionabW>  hamo to ipiarrol upon aevor    lived.     Romembor    thai,    and pftrkBi _\n(i now two smaller Cratohlts,  t  was!    Cod charge their doings on themselves, not |)ov nm| l/.v\i Cftmfl toaring in, Bcroam-  *�����" ing lhat  outside tho bnkor's they had  Scrooge promised that he would; and ,,,nelt the gooso, und known it foi- their  they wenl  on, invisible, as they     hnd mwi.    ,im|   (  basldtlg      in      luxurious  been before, into the suburbs   ol    the thoughts    of sage and onions,     these  town,     it   was a   remarkable    quality young     Cratchits    danced    about  thn  of the Ghost   {which  Scrooge had   nb- [nh\,.t ftm*  OXHltod  Muster  Peter Crnt-  sorvod  at   the  baker's)   that,   notwith- chil   to tho skies, while he (not  proud  standing    his gigantic   si/e, ho   could although his collar nearly choked him)  accommodate    himself    to   any    place blew the fire, until the slow potatoes,  said, it was a shuini  Christmas day. And  love  it,   so   it   was!  lu time the bells ceased, nnd the bakers were shut up! und yet there was  n genial shadowing forth of all these  Turners, and the progress of their  cooking, in tho thawed blotch of wol  above each  baker's oven,  where     thn  brown, lavement smoked ns if its stoneswnr.i  ancient poking too,  ankle deep through withered |y��"  spnnklo froi  jge.  The Pudding.��� The popular Christ- \ ( hrislmns tree ,,f solid gold, Iwo  mas pudding is, comparatively speak- feel high, and plentifully supplied with  Lng, quite new. It is simply the sue-'branches, is not Mn ordinary siglit or  cessor, improved out ol knowledge by fashion. Such Is the description o. n  many extra iggrodicntB of "plum duff," "tree" tdven by an Irish gold miner  which n nailorman made from dough to Ihe Into Pope n Uiw years ago. Tlie  and raisins, on Christmas day on man had made n fortune in tho Ivlon  hoard jhip, ne an experfmenl in cook* dyke, and spent a laW;o slice of it on  ory. the L'ift  mentioned.  ids, and pleasant j  shulll  leaves:    there     were    Norfolk   biffins,  Bquab and swarthy, in the grent coni-  juicy persons, urgent*  teehing lo be car-  bags and    eaten  y gold nnd silver  u*\ forth among tho'e choice fruits  bowl, though members of a   dull  liit-nnnt-blooded race, appeared to  t  there was something   going  I. i  .here  a  peculiar   flavor   in   what W��h  ease;  and   thnt   he  stood   beneath   bubbling     up,  knocked    loudly  nt  thi  torch?"   asked |    low roof ipiite as gracefully, and like  a supernatural,creature, as it was pos-  "There is. My own." siblfl he could have done in any lofty  "Would it apply to any kind of din- bell*  ���r on this day?" asked Scrooge. |   And perhaps it  was the pleasure the  "To    any    kindly given. To a poor P0()<1 spirit  hnd    in showing off    this  on- most."  "Why   to  n  poor on  Scrooge.  "Because it  needs it  most."  "Spirit."  said  Scrooge,    aft  power of his, or else it  was his    own  t?"  asked ^ind, generous, hearty nature, nnd his  sympathy with all poor men, that led  .him straight   to Seroogo's clerk's; for  unio-Mhoro he went, and took Scrooge with  two young Cratchits, "Hurrah! Then  saucepan lid to be lot  out   and pooled,  "What has ever Lr"t your proeioua  father, then?" said Mrs. Crutehit.  "And your brother, Tiny Tim? And  Martha warn't as Into last Christmas  Day by half an hour!"  "Mere's Martha, mother." said a girl  appearing as she spoke.  "Here's  Martha,  mother!"  cried  the  nenl's thought, "I wonder you, of nil'him, holding to his  robe;  and on  lhe  id  ueh  a  goose, Martini!"  n fish, went gasping round Itiin beings in thc many worlds   about threshold ol the door the spirit  smil-     "Why. bless    your heart    alivo,    my  their  little world  in    iloW US,  should  desire to cramp these peo* ,��!. and stopped to bV'ss Bob Cratoh-   dear, how    late you     are!" said Mrs.  iteinent,  ami passion!  The groeors!, oh the  closed, with [lerhnps t ..*>  or ono. but through tl  gli*upses!    It   was uot  jple's   opportunities of   innocent  enjoy  racers! nearly  ment."  shutters down     "I!" cried the spirit,  no gaps    suoh      "You  would  deprive  them  of  one that    the I means of dining every seventh da  t's dwelling with the sprinklings of his Crntehit, kissing her a dozen times,  I torch. Think of thai! Rob had hid I nml taking off her shawl and bonno.  [fifteen  "bob"  a  week himself;  he pi uk-   for her  with  officious /enl.  their eted on   Saturdays but  fifteen .'opus     "We'd n deal of work i<�� finish   up  \ of-  of  his    Christuin  name;  nnd  yet      the   last  night,"   replied lhe girlj  '"und had  Wk >r*��  Copyright,  photo  by  C.H.T!. Hudson,        Kelownn, B.C.  B1RDSEYE VIEW OF KELOV,! THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1913  KEI/OWNA RECORD  ���   -     -"������ j' i     VStf-Ip  1 ;'     V*OT  Go J /?es/ yba Mem/  Gentlemen  Old English Carol  God rest you merry, gentlemen.  I    Lot nothing you dismay.  For Jesus Christ, our  Saviour,  |   Wus born upon this day,  To save us alt from Satan's power.  When we wero gone astray.  In Bethlehem, in Jewry,  |   This blessed babe wns born.  And laid within n manger  I   Cpoii ihis blessed morn;  The which his mother, Mary,  Nothing did take in scorn.  From God, our Heavenly Father.  j   A blessed angel came,  And unto certain shopherds  I   Brought  tidings of the same,  How that  in Bethlehem was born  The Son of God by name.  "Fear not," then said the angel.  I   "Let nothing you affright,  This day is born a Saviour  I   Of virtue, power, and might;  So frequently to vanquish nil  j   The friends of Satan quite/*  Tho shepherds ut these tidings  Rejoiced much in mind,  Ami left their flocks n-fecding  In tempest, storm, and wind,  fend went  to Bt'thlohem straightway.  This blessed bnbe to find.  But  when to Bethlehem they came.  Whereas (his infant lay,  They found him in a manger.  Where o\en fed on hay,  His mother,  Mnry, kneeling.  Into the Lord did pray.  Now to the Lord sing praiso.  All you within this place,  And with truo love nnd brotherhood,  Rnoh other now embrace:  'his holy tide of Christmas  All  others doth deface,  0 tidings of comfort  and joy!  For Jesus  Christ  our  Saviour  Was born on Christmas Day.  TRIAL DISTRICT  to clear gwuy this morning mother."  "Well! Never mind so long as you  are come," suid Mrs. Cratchit. "Sit  ye down before the fire, my dear, and  have a  warm,   Lord  bless ye."  No, no! There's father coming," cried  the two young Cratchits, who worn  everywhere at once. "Hide, .Martha,  hide!"  So .Martha hid herself, and In oame  little Bob, the father, with at least  threo feet of comforter, exclusive of  the fringe, hanging down before liinw;  nnd his threadbare clothes darned up  nnd brushed, to look seasonable; and  Tiny Tim upon his shoulder. Alas for  Tiny Tim, lie bore a little crutch, and  hud his limbs supported by nn iron  frame!  "Why, whore's our Martha?" cried  Bob Cratchit, looking round.  "Not  coming," said Mrs. Cratchit.  "Not coining!" said Bob, with a sudden declension iu his high spirits; fur  he had been Tim's blood horse nil tho  way from the church, and hnd come  home rampant. *Xot coining upon  Christmas Day!"  Martha didn't like to see him disappointed, if it were only a joke; so she  camo out prematurely from behind the  closet door, nnd ran into ins arms,  while the two young Cratchits hustled  Tiny Tim, nnd bore him off into the  wash house thnt he might hear the  pudding singing in thn copper.  "And how did little Tim behavo***'  asked Mrs. Crnlehit. when she had  rallied |!ob on Ins credulity, and Bob  had hugged Ins daughter to his heart's  content.  "As good aB gold." snid Bob, "and  better. Somehow he gets thoughtful,  silling by himself so much, and thinks  the strangest things you ever heard.  He told mo, coming home, that ho  hoped the people saw him lu the  church, because he wns a cripple, nnd  il   might  be pleasant   l" thfin  to    to  member, upon Oiristmus Bay, who,  made lame beggars walk and blind  men see."  Bob's voice was tremulous when he  told Ihem this, and trembled more.  when he said that Tiny Tlm was growing strong and hearty,  His active littlo crutch wns hoard  upon the floor, nnd baok came Tiny  Tim before another word was spoken,  escorted by his brother and sis*ter to  his stool beside the fire; and while-  Bob. turning up his cuffs,��� as if,  poor fellow, ihey were capable of being  made more shabby,���compounded some j  hot mixture in u jug with gin aud lemons, and stirred it round nnd round,  and put it on the hob to simmer,  Master Peter and the two ubiquitous  young Cratchits went to fetch the  goose, with which the> soon returned  in high procession.  Such a bustle ensued that you might  have thought n goose the rarest of  nil birds; a feathered phenomenon, to  which a black swan was a mutter of  course���and in truth il was something  like it in thnt house. Mrs. Cratchit  mude the gravy (ready beforehand in a  little saucepan) hissing hot; Muster  Peter mushed the potatoes with Incredible vigor;   Miss Belinda sweetened up  the apple Bailee; Martha dusted the hot  plates; Bob took Tiny Tim beside him  in a tiny corner at the table; the two  young Cratchits set chairs for everybody, not forgetting themselves, and  mounting guards upon their posts,  crammed spoons i nto their mouths,  Jest they should shriek for goose before their turn came to be served. At  last the dishes were set on, and grace  .was said. It was succeeded by tx  breathless pause as Mrs. Cratchit  looking slowly all along the carving  knife, prepared to plunge it in tho  breast; bul when she did nnd when  the long expected gush of stuffing issued  forth,  one    murmur of     delight  arose all around the board, and even  Tiny Tim, excited by tbe two young  Cratchits, bent on the table with the  handle of his knife, und loubly cried.  "Hurrah!"  There never was such a goose. Hob  said he didn't believe there ever was  such a goose cooked. Us tenderness  and flavor, sizo and cheapness, were  the themes of universal admiration,  Ekod oul by apple sauce and mashed  potatoes, it was a sufficient dinner  for the whole family; indeed, as Mrs.  Cratchit said with great delight (surveying one small utom of the bone  upon the dishi, thoy hadn't ate it all  at last i Vet every one had had  enough, and the youngest Cratchits in  particular were steeped in sago end  onions to the eyebrows! But now, the  plates being changed by Miss Belinda  Mrs. Cratchit left the room alone���too  nervous to boar witnesses���to take the  pudding up, and bring it   in.  Suppose it should not be done  enough! Suppose it should break in  turning out! Suppose somebody should  have got over the wall of the back  yard aud stolen it, while they wero  merry with the goose,���a supposition  at which the two young Cratchits became livid! All sorts of horrors wero  supposed.  Ilallol A great deal of steum! The  pudding wns out of the copper. A  smell like a washing day! That was  the cloth. A smell like nn eating house  nnd a pastry cook's next door to each  other, with a laundress's next door to  that! That wns the pudding! Tn half  n minute Mrs. Cratchit entered��� flushed, but smiling proudly with the pudding, liko q ipeokled cannon ball, so  hard and firm, blu/ing in half of naif  n quartern of Ignited brandy, and be-  (light with Christmas holly stuck into  tho top.  Oh, n wonderful pudding! Bob ���Cratchit said, nnd calmly, too, thut he regarded B ns the greatest success achieved by Mrs. f'rntchet since their  marriage. M's. Cratchit aaid that,  now the weight was off her mind, she  would confess she had her doubts  about the quantity of flour. Everybody hud something to say about it,  but nobody said or thought it wns nt  all a small pudding for u Inrge family.    It WOtlld hnve boon flat  heresy to  Jatfrfjolasi  ii no.   Any Cratchit would have blush  eil to hint ut auch u thing.  At lust the dinner wits all Hone, the  loth  waa cleared,  lhe hearth    Hwept,  ml  the fire niatle up. The compound  n lhe jug being tasted, und considered  erfed,   apples  and  ornnges  wore put  pon the table, and a shovelful of tho  liostnuts    on    the fire.    Then all tho  Yatchit family drew round the  hearth  n what   Hub Cratchit called a   circle.  [loaning half a one; and at Hob (Vat-  hit's elbow  stood  tho  family  display  I glass,���two tumblcra and a custard  up without a handle.  These held  the hot stuff from     the '  ug,  however,  as well as golden gob- i  eta would have done; and Mob served |  it out with beaming looka, while tho  heatuuts on the firo sputtered and  racked noisily. Then Hob proposed:���  "A Merry Christmas to us all. my  tears, God brVss us!"  Which all tho family reechood.  "Cod bless every one!" said Tiny  itit. Ihe lasl of ull.  THE CHRISTMAS SI'lKIT  Hokus���"Do you expect   lo  spend   a  lousant   Christmas?"  I'okus���"I   ought   to.   That's   about  II 1^ have left to spend."  AKI.OPI.ANE CHICKENS  When I order poultry from you  again," said the man who quarrelled  with his provision dealer. "I don't  want you to send me any of those  aeroplane chickens."  "What kind do you mean?"  "The sort that are all wings nnd  machinery, and no meat."   0   HE KNEW THEM  The president of a small college ,was  visiting, during Ihe Christmas vacation  (he little town that had been his lor*  mer home, uud hud bien asked to address an audience of his Former neigh'  |bors. lu order lo assure thnni that  hia career had nol caused him to put  ou airs, he began his address thus:  "My dear friends,���T won't call you  Indies ami gentlemen���1 know you   to,,  well lo sav that!"  'Twus  the   night   before  Christmas,   when   all  through thc house  Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;  The stockings were hung by the chimney with care  In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;  The children were nestled all snug in their beds  While visions of sugar plums danced in their heads  And mamma in her kerchief, and I in my cap,  Had just settled our brains for a long winter nap  When out on the lawn there rose such a clatter,  I sprung from my bed to see what was the matter  Awav to the window I flew like a flash,  Tore open the window and threw up the sash.  The moon, on the crest of the new fallen snow,  Gave a lustre af middav to objects below;  When what to my wondering eyes should appear  But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer  With a little old driver, so lively and quick  I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick.  More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,  And he whistled,   and shouted, and called them  bv name:  "Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now, Prancer   and  Vixen,  On, Comet! on, Cupid! on, Dundcr and Blixen!���  To thc top of the porch, to thc top of the wall!  Now, dash awav. dash awav, dash away all!"  As drv leaves before thc wild hurricane fly,'  When thev meet with an obstacle mount to the  skv.  So up to the housetop the coursers thev flew,  With the sleigh full of tovs���and St. Nicholas too  And then in a twinkling I heard on the roof  Thc prancing and pawing of each little hoof.  As I drew in mv head and was turning around,  Down  the   chimney   St. Nicholas came with   a  bound.  He was dressed all in fur from his head to his foot  And his   clothes   were all tarnished with    ashes  and soot  A bundle of tovs he had flung on his back,  Asd lie looked like a peddler just opening his pack  His eves, how thev twinkle! His dimples,    how  merry!  His checks were like roses, his nose like a cherry;  His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,  And   the   beard   on his chin was as white as the  snow.  The stump of a pipe he held ticht in his teeth.  And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath  lie had a broad face with a little round belly  That shook when he   laughed like a bowl full   of  iellv.  He was chubby and plump���a right jollv old elf;  And I laughed when I saw him in spite of myself,  A wink of his eve, and a twist of his head,  Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread.  He spoke not    a word, but went straight to his  work,  And filled all the stockings, then turned with    a  jerk,  And laving i,.s finger aside of his nose,  And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose.  He   sprang    to   his   sleigh,   to his team gave a  whistle,  And awav thev all flew like the down of a thistle  But I heard    him exclaim,   ere he drove out   of  sight.  "Hapnv Christmas to all and to all good-night!"  ���Clement C. Moore.  ��� k'-i. +4y.  .,*,��:..���,.�����.,  3 DISTRICT *  KKLOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER \% 19i:i  AGRICULTURE IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  TO LIVE A HUNDRED YEARS      |AMATEUR IVIRELESS OPERATORS  The   London   Post   makes   llie   an-  I   The trouble is lhat   il  involves glv ' nounoement that  the polico and otliei  The lust of the census bulletins deal-   .     up ^u^ an(j ,,������,, orosomopoople'oftioiuis .���.,. keeping obsorvuUon upo  ing with agricultural statistics of the1 ....  western  provinces,  gathered  in  coiinec  tion with the census of   .Line 1,   1911, |���an u���,0,13l.i���,mbll. timi- ..-dying". But I"  ���. B00ma lhttl win,u,,��� ....ihusinsls iu  perhaps the colioo clause in tho Inpo- ' ,)���, ,,|,| , ,irv  H.v considerably     on  neso recipe for living a contury .;, not   l|lf,  increnso,  and  now  numbor nearly  one of lhe most  important. The   iii si    1,5011,   ||���, post oilier- havo no wish lo  Ings of 50 aores and   under Increased Lrjential of this eastern specific     for   |11,,vt.���, ,|���. mMm ���| ���s 'imonts,; ro  wns  issued    recently.    It   denla     wit!  British Columbia,  The bullotin  shows  that  farm hold  irom 2,088 in 1901   to   11,000 in  1911.  longevity is to get married, lice, too,  Tho number of the holdings over fin \ ]]m ^ ^o,,^,.,,,^) 0]j bacholors who  acres were 1,053 in 1901 ns ngainsl l|.| Man, ,,,���, b|v1v ,.,,.���,, 0[ si���g|���  7,40,  in  l��U.   The dovolopi I oftho  blM8odno88fl ig ,���,,,,.,. ������,.tl, wni|0 than  fruit industry is nu doubt responsible  for the rapid increase in the iiumbei  oi  sue. II   holdings.  Land iu field crops increased from  171,421 ..c.vs in mon |��� 239,820 uores  it. 1911. Tho number of uores uniliT  c,,ps iu 1910 w.n 214.069, being nn  incrcas* in  Ihe urea  under field crops  a   cycle of wedded   bliss.  pi  viiled ll.e>   ar ado without interler  ing    with   "���' purposely     tapping l,.e  wi'rolcss servlcos ol lho country.    The  Oapcrimi' ' is |iloilgod    lo rlivulge  any iiiformiition lluil uoinos hia way.  Itui thoy aro in lho minority und ! Roforonoo to ihis is iniidii in tho spec-  may bo set oil against lho confirmed inl licenses issued hj Ihr I'oslmnster.  apinslers who, forgetting tho ex.....pies fionornl siiicu 1901 lo parsons wishing  set thoin by thoir mothorB, viow nil lo run their own wireless tologrnphy  men with nvorslon. Ilnpp} marriod systems for ox|wrimcnlnl purposes on-  lifo makes for ptaoldit) ami repose, ly, Enr this liconso which wus design  ,������] ||,eae are things,  which  in    turn,   oil  for  wireless  iippaniliifl  lllletl  to n  ... ten years of 12,640 acres,   lhe land       ...       ,.,.,, ,       .    .    . t      ;        ,,..;,.   ,      '   ,     . . ,   make for long lifu.      I hen you    must    pnvnlo Iiuubo   ii  I if mm guinea    a  i.iuIit   orchard   and     nursery   liiereaseil , . 1    1   1 ���      1 1  - .���. ,,���.,',       .,.,��������   seep nl   least   seven  hours  ill  a    dark    your  H  charged.  I rum   i\50l    acres     in    190    lo    33,000 ' ,   ,, .   , ,   1     1   ���, I     ,,    ���       ,.,,,���, hu      hnu  ,,,,,    ,     , . , ,, room und  the windows must be kept1    During the pnsl   n us,    now  acres in 1011,;  land In vegetables   ,������  ,,  (|f     ;     ���, ,���,,   ������.,.  ������.,.,. ,,������ ,���,, OBiUmiMo do  crease,! from 2,810 acres lo 9 21d acres I ^     ^       ,00   ^        ,.,,,���,���,,���.��� ,��� , |wmbaj0���  I .no  in   viuevards  increased from     Is    ...... .'        ,.   ,       1        ,    ,    ,., ,       ,     ,i;.,i.,,���.,. r..r��,>,  ��� should  be lho rising.    I'.nsl  nnd wcsl    1., in up nppnrnliis .it 11 distance I10111  Kcres  1.1,1.1 aeres. wjs(1(|m  o( llw, ol(] : ^ hompa  ^  wWo|,   ||l>v  ,.������  ,,���,,  Ihe total valuo of the    field    crops.     �����_ l( | ,;,,,,,. in ,,���,.,;���. ������|   i|���.ir ,v  ,419,281    as   against    83,503,72]    in  I'arlv lo bi'il mill oiuii   10 'ise pciiiir'nls.    As ..  license issued  tor   a  ..ul      1      ��� ,      ,,. , I.Ull,      lUIIIIIilli'i'.'.i'      ' I "  1 no, boing nu average per holding i<"'   ... ,    ,,, ,,. .      ���   1 ���       1  ...1 .1 ,,,,,.1,1  11, /ornnoc 1   Makos   11   man   healthy,   wonlthy and   wireless uppariiliis is a legul (looumcnl  .lie  lasl.  census  of vOjll.HS  us  collipill'eil  j 1 ��� II  ,,   (,.���,-,    ... . wise. I such  iis is not   usuull  lilltl  eVrJI.,.1    ...     llie    previous     0111  i urge acreage    represented b y    no  bearing fruit   ten a. i-'i -i.-s 1  .nl   ...   lhe  I'he .Ijip.i.iese favor iiiotleraliun     us   pocket,   the posl office is now issuing  t_|wnrinlj  us did Aristotle of   old    who   n liiiinl>   little iiulliorilj   eiu-d fm-   iisi  lot   virtue in  ihe  mean  botween     iix-|witli   ill" portable apparatus,   By   WI  1 ng out of new orchards and, noi be- ! ,,.,      , . . ,  . .   , ., I   . ,. ...        .     ,,���, ,,.,,; ,,,,1 ,.���,.,.,;���  . Ireii.es.   I hoy bid us si...nl. from     .ill   1,1  I'nrliiiiuonl lho poii.c unn leiiuin  in: producing, lhe consequence is thai :               ,    '    .        .                     ,,,1,1-1,   .    1  1    m ; 1 1   ,    ,, ,, .,��� ,,-liiel, llmv  ,                      ,       ,   .     - excess of passion;  from  anger    winch   postal ulnc.ils lum   o��wei  wine, tnoj  I ,   ,  isuines    and biltornoss    thai     cor-   arc fro.|iionl   exercising "I iletcrinining  lies;    Iron,    joy  and    sorrow B11V0 in   whether .1 person   using  a  wireless  up-  average valuo of the farm products  p r holding is kept down.  , ,!,."  "'v. ',',!��� m- 'iV'T-'.'U'- *"'''   ���'"   �����-�� rcstrainl 'as  makes  lhe     person I paralus bus ,1," rerpiire, ll.ority.  V^M,f,^-,''         -          " '" who experiences    the...  thoir    muster. J    If an amalour wireless op.rah.r     is  cease of n_.._.,, 0.1. ,������ nno per   cent.. ,|V omolions    slll)���|,| ,������  i���, niiowoil   fuiiml  I., be without   a  licimco     whon  over the   iguros of ton years ago. llie ^.^ ,hmmWm ;��� ,,,��� ,,,,,,        0|),���,ui���g at Ida home, or of an airth-  vnitto uf the nrnmela    sljuii_riit*'rt*<I    on ' ;     ���, i     i    ,,. n:���,r  .,   ,���.,t  -h, farm  rose from 8207,���    in liKll  to W  -*��>W   "*  ����*   l���� mw*'   "��r . 'T                         IA      1   T  sM,/(l, in IM1 think too much.      Kntin�� should     he   able uppnrnlus.  of diviilsr.  u.��   m^  The value of    the duirv     products,   \nfa\*d \n   moderalion, especially   in   ��g-    ho ��n��y   p.ek up. he amj     le  which wns reported at  81,159 fl��3     in   ho1   wealhor'     Tho J;,',;ul,'se ar0    US \m?nwf !"f ?""     !    , ll i    .  1901, increased to 99(630,|ffi in   1911.   Cftrne8t bolimw- in *W'm in ^ "*** \*nmtm\'     ''    '    ,?,"  Thh was an increase in  the value of   ����� W ^    r'��W �����"������    ����'     ** I1"01? ���*** "^   'f !     '' n"   I of HH.I7II. and of  ��� 8601 o-tl.   qwml  biilMng in mother of their pet   �������! -tnlump a d m i ,�� h^oml hv.  bolters.    Thoy beliovo in the Inking <>( :-"' Ion mdos of their homes.   o  | baths twice n    day, or evon more fro-  piently. Tint   first and last   Out eonn  A I.ATTLM IN THE ALPS  li vory often happens thai tho chamois of the Swiss Alps havo to defend  thoir yoimg ivgaiust tho firece attacks  of oaglos, Generally Lho little moun*  tain goat, after a brave struggle sue-  oumbs ' o tho cruel beak and Bharp  elaws of thoir enemy. A contribution  to tho "TagUchon Ituudsschauj*, uf  Zurich, loll ol one of these battles  Lhal   roBultod    moro happllj   for    tho  uinois.  The obsorvor,   u    Swiss     mountain  udo, was rolurniiii* linmo unu evening  iwn a stoop mountain puss, when he  se.u abovo him on the rockH two olm-  k wiili iIh ir >nun ;. Hvi r lliou a  lingo, ful. gum ii eagle win circling  rim chamois evidently hoped to find  safety in flight, for thoy oamo bound*  ing down lho rooliB towards the n|.ot  wlloro lin   guidij hnd hidden himself.  lioforo they oould escape, however,  lho ragle oamo swooping after them  end soized ono ui tho young ohamoie  Lhal  had  lagged  behind.  Immedinlol*, Lho two old ohamola  tinned and uttuokod Lho bird so fieree  1\ thut he hud to drop the littlo animal ho had aoi/.cd in his eluws. The  momontary nd vantage that the chamois had gained did nol lasl long, however, for tlif eaglo began rending and  (raring them wilh cruol strokes of his  long talons. Vow thai Lho fight hud  actually begun, the chamois would not  ni real but bravely stood their ground.  The young trembling with feur, and  bleating piteously     crouched    against  When you attend rigtit strictly to jBeI tho w'v-v nf matrimony as tho way  business and control your temper you 'nf ������('i>111'-" Tt is "' K��otI fol' man  ilnn't  hnve any  time to  )ir\   into    any  ���O-  A novel uso hns beon found for the  wnsto liquor from sulphite pulp mills,  as a binder for cinders and similar  materials useh in the const ruction <>f  tennis courts.  to be  alone"���no  nor  woman  either.     I  �������� ���        l  One hundred laying hens can bo kopl  h  acre of a full grown orchard  thoui   interfering  with   the    regular  | operations.    Four hundred laying kens  be l.epl   on onen acre of a newl*i  Legumes are the    only    agricultural sol   orelmrd.   The u\-erage oxpcrienciKl  plant   known  which  have  the     power poultryman can make from ono lo two  of taking nitrogen    from the   air and dollars    nol    per vear per hen, while  converting  it   into   combinations that ttomo may increase this income muter-  other plants ean use. itilly.  With  the  Season's  Greetings  ii9-Tjll,,.-T>;-,r���7>;',  &&&  .VV.a'feaS.fea'.  Do you want a suggestion for  An Acceptable Christmas Gift?  Here it is  Felt Slippers  For Ladies or Gentlemen, from 5"c. up  Satin or Velvet Slippers  in dainty stylcfi, from $3 up  For the Children  Just come and see  ASK FOR A COPY OF OUR 1914 CALENDAR  W. E. TAIT & COMPANY  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT  Die most modern   nnd   up-to-date  hotel  in  the  Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.    Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the;  beat  the market affords  A Musical Evening is Entertained Every Saturday  Eur weekly rates apply in  II. VINCE    -    Manager  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings,  Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  thai  parents  Hoir dote  mui  iijily hamper*  on   11  rising  ime Ihe eaylo swuopetl down  roup Lhe two ohler chamois  thoic hind logs offered .heir  horns. '! hu long deep suratoliea und  the dripping hlood ilmt appeared aftor  Biich uttaclt Bliowed that tho battle  was telling on thorn, although with  ouch swoop, too, a eloud o( leathoi's  and ili��' eugle's ruueous erius Bliowed  Lhal i In- ehninois' tittle harns woro  ulso tiniliii'j their mark, Aftor oaeh  uttuelf (ho eagle would return to a  unn'liy rock, whoro ho sat gazing with  his beady oyes ai lho group bolow.  Thru he would swoop uguln.  Soon the Horee uiicountur began tu  exhaust llie chamois. The little ones  wero blenting moro and moro anxiously, ami ilm animals woro all pressing  morn elosoly together. Tho older onos  wore olonrly Iosb alort.  I;ii,all\. after lho eagle hnd taken a  particular!*, long resl, li��' eamo swooping down ngain, Tho mother goat  struggled to gel upon hor hind legs,  but was too week to raise herself. As  the eagle came on, however, the chamois buck rose to meet it. There waB  a flash of clawing talons. Then, with  a sudden visions thrust, tho chamois  dug his horns into the breast of tho  great bird. With a wild beating of its  wings. iln< eaglo freed itself und tried  lo fly away. But lho wound was too  deep. Ilu thrashed helplessly on the  ground, and Lho chamois, ipiiek to follow up their advantage, gored and  tramples it. with their horns and hoof-  When their enemy was quite dead  the littlo family, limpin- and musing  .heir wounds, mude off beyond n pro*  jeuliug cliff.  Phone 257 P.O.Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  (Successors to tire Morrison-'l lioinpsrm Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Ktc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Olhce inul Simp :  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  WANTED  Furnisher! House, with four bedrooms, for  three or four months, from March Ist, 1914.  Careful tenants.  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  TIIK U1.AU1EES OF ALASKA  Alaska glaciers were probably first  known as the rusult of Captain Cook's  expeditions in 1778 nnd 1794, some of  thc imips of the early voyages showing that ceil a in of the buy.1, uud fiords  wera ouded by vurticnl walla of ico,  irom which blocks full into thu sua.  In more recent yearn discussiouB of  those huge glaoten have been glvon iu  the reports of Dal). Gilbert* Tarr,  Uinol.s, Grant) Uondenltall, Martin and  others of thu tnitod States geological  lurvoj and in thu publications of such  organization! as the National (ieogru-  phio Society and the llnrrinmn Alaska  expedition.  Much   valuable date  anil     important  moafuroraenta of glnciors in tho United  Stnlch. Alaska and elsowhore have  been brought together from time to  time, nnd it Is probably the genoral  impression that since (lm vast ico  sheet which covered the northom part  of North \iiiiriea bei'fui its retreat  tho glacier., of "lie continent have been  Continually shrinking. Il \h therefore interesting to note that some of  the^e Alaskan glnciors are progressing  anil crowing larger rather than retrogressing, many huge forests being  upturned und devastated b\ the irresistible advance of lhe ice. In other glaciers, tho retreat wilhin q period of  ten vents  has been  mnn   than  a  mile.  The great magnitude of lome of these  glaciers is seen in tho descriptions,  Slowly moving down the mountain  valleys, some of ihem steeply pitched  which indicate tho height of the tldnl  ico cliffs that form the termini of the  glaciers as being from R00 tn MM) foet.  nnd others relatively flat, those stupendous areas gradually rench tho haso  leaving nothing Hut n path of desolate ice fields to mark theis descent.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  ALL  ORDERS  'Phone 65, ot call nt A L. Cnx's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH     -     Proprietor  Wli I lAVIi ON IIAND A SPLENDID STOCK Ol  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS   SI/.LS  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   -    104  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  t.argent SlutliiiH in tllfl Inlrlio  PnTlrnlls Ijy nppointrnrnl  Pendozi Street,   ���   Kelowna  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions ]  of woodwork I  I'Lu,- nnd  Specifications  prepared for I  town nnd country residence*  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE,'  OR RENT, nil filled witli bath rooms,  W.C.'., Iiol waler. &c.  P.O. Ro. 185 THUBSDAY, DJSOJSMBEE 18, 19KI  KELOWNA   RECORD  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported  French seedlings, three year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delici jus  Spitzenbeig  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  ���   CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  D Anjou  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Du Cornice  Bir  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our   Slock   has   Won   Its   Own   Reputation  Price  List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TAKE NOTICE  OWING to the  increasing demands of our  Made to  Order  department   we  find it  nectssary  to go  out  of  Ready-to-Wear  Clothing and Gents.' Furnishing.  We have a large and well-assorted stock of  Suits aud Overcoats in up-to-date styles, which  we are prepared to dispose of at the very lowest  clearing prices.  DAVIES & MATHIE  jailor Shop, PENDOZI STREET  One block from main street  <J    It will pay you to walk this block  DRESSMAKING  High-Class, by experienced Dressmaker ; 3  years   will,   Drysdalep,  Vancouver.  Best Work     Moderate Prices  Mra. GRIFFITHS  RICHTER ST., opposite Nurseries  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30  p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  tllis Street KELOWNA, B.C.  Evening Gowns a .Specialty'  Fall Suits and Coats  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  Anil   is   now   ready   lo   take   orders   lor  mnde-to.measure unrmenls for llie Crown  Tailoring Co.  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Plione No. 108  P.O.Box 12  E.ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and    kith nates  Furnished  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA     :     B.C.  Uev, Robert \V. Loe ol Summerland  will preach in the Methodist I 'lunch  next Sabbath morning and evenings  Mr. dim Savers lofl Monday morning  for Vancouver.  Mr. Darret Wade returned to Kamloops on Tuesday, after ..pending tho  past  week  here.  Mr. McLeod, bookkeeper with IV  Hums A; Co., lefl yesterday for n few  weeks' holiday in  tho oust.  Mrs. A. L. Soames lofl thia week for  lho Old Country. She lately received  the snd tidings of lhe death of her  mother thero.  Mr. and Mrs. K. Kolenberger left  on Tuesday morning's boat for Pnsa-  donn, Calif., whore thoy will spond the  winter.  Miss li, Birch, dressmaker is moving  this week from the Morrison block to  i irahani street, ol. Bernard avenue,  oaF��t of Mthel street. Ladies ploaso note.  Mr. If. I-', liecs, manager of the  lioytil Hunk left this work for a six-  week's holiday in Nova Scotia. ..lis.  l.ees accompanied him. His plane will  he filled temporarily hy Mr. A. W.  Ileiler.  ���   ��    *    ���  The \,rustling match arranged between Clarence Kit] und und Sam Clap  ham, th.' English light-hcuvywoight  champion, takes place tomorrow night  in \ crnon.  The [lenovoleut Soeioty ask that  those who wish to send donations for  the Ninas baskets, would leave Same  at Mrs. Rowelilte's on or before Tuesday,  December 23rd  al   noon.  At a general meeting ofthe Kolowna  Merchant's Association lust Wednesday  the following officers were elected for  tho vear 11)1 I: President, K, V. Oxley; Vice ('resident, fl, A. McKay; Soo-  retnrv. ('. II. Jackson; Directors, Mis  srs. A. M. Dalgleish. -I. Rail, Joseph  Casorso. fl, S. McKenzie nnd li. I".  Morrison.  "Wid" Thompson is laid up with a  brokon leg ami other less serious in  juries sustained while working a slump  puller on Mr. Thompson's land recently purchased from Martin l.unshaw on  the Muck Mountain toad. The accident occurred last Thursday, thc lover  of the Capstan to which a team was  attached slipped bnek suddenly stiik-  inu Wid across the logfl with terrific  force. We are irhid to learn that he is  making satisfactory progress.  Knowles engrosses  articles with  letter fi  of elmme.  Don't forget tin; School Concert tomorrow night in the Opera House,  i Mr. A. (). Bullon, brother-in-law of  ! Mrs. Lewis, widow of the late F. K.  1 Lewis, arrived yesterday from Red  Door, Alberta.  Mr. Geo, Roholl left on Tuesday to  spend the winter among friends und  | relatives in the vicinity of Syracuse,  ]N. Y. lie will alio spend some time  i in   New   York   City.  j An object of unusual interest to the  boys this week hus been u life-size  wooden horse which the Kelownn Implement Co,, have placed in the window of their new store for purposes of  'harness display,  ���  ��  ���  ���  The deputation appointed lo interview I'remier MeDride and the Minister  of Public Works on the question of  Mission t'reek, consisting of Mayor  Jones, and Messrs. W. A. Scott, John  Casorso and M. Hereron loft Tuesday  morning for Victoria.  The twenty five dollar gold wuteh,  the prize in Mr. J. H. Knowles' annual  watch -guessing contest was won this  year by Joe Bouvet t e, win >se figures  wero Uf. hours, ..(' minutes and 25 Bee-  unds.  I  i    A   spray  of  roses  picked   from      tho  Central Okanagan Land Co.'s ranch  in Clenmore was brought into the office this week.    This, however is    not  uncommon, us owing to the unusually  mild weather this year, ruses and  other summer flowers too may be seen  blooming merrily ia various parts of  the town und disirict.  Under the proprietorship of Messrs.  [Anderson ami Pegarres tho new roller  skating rink opened its doors last  ovoning to a merry throng of enthusiasts. The gateway onto the floot  swung open at 7.31) and to the strains  of music from the electric bund organ  in the balcony, a Iui'ltu crowd passed  onto the lloor for the firs. time. The  new rink is well lighted and prettily  .decorated, In one corner is it 'urge  skate room, where ulso ample aocottV  I modations are made for tho ..hooking  of wraps.      Merriment   prevailed J'oin  |7.30 until 1" o'clock when the boll  .called the skaters to a halt, aud all  Iwondod thoir way homeward h; ppy,  ,biil many found the ambling hard on  account of successive arguments with  the skates, in which the skates usuull.'  won   the fall.  i   Km- high  i AUl'iiivI's.     class confections go     t<  S-4  BIRTH  BOK.V���  Sunday  December  7th  to  thc  '   wife of I'. Chapman, a daughter.  f.KI.I'.l. Aim   \D\ \Nc|\i; TOWARD CAPITAL OF MEXICO  General Francisco ("Pnncho,") . ilia, rebel chieftain who has led tho Con*  slitiitionulist troops to many victories over the Federals, snapped as he  was a bout to depart at the head ��� i a column lo lake possession of Chihuahua, evacuated b\ the Federals as HOOD as they heard of the rebel advance.  Villa and Carran/a are concent rat ing their armies at Chihuahua for on iul-  vutuv on Mexico Cily, where  Villa  -ays lie will oat   his Christmas  dinner.  AoCordlug lo Villa, who is a very business-like person, (he used to be a  bamlid before he became a "Const il ulioiialist". The rebel army will total  30,000 men when tile start for Mexi o City takes place. If Villa's prediction  proves correct, the biggest battle since the Profiirhi Diaz adbiealed, is duo to  lake place shoilK Villn says lhal besides lhe men lie will take tn Mexico  City, rebels from lhe nouth will join him outside ihe capital, greatly  ntrongthonlng lhe Constitutionalist arm,*/' H is possible that I'rosldente Co  nstitutiomil Don VictOl'lftno llueita will nol wait for a battle lo take  place if he observes that the \'illn-Carri.n/u army actually totals 20,000 aud  that thc southern rebels are about loally themselves with lhe two northern  leaders,     Me mu,  ronclmdo to absent himself from Mexico,    li  would be very  dangornus f.,r Mr,  H 'In  lo fall  intothn hands of f'arraii/a nr Villa, for he  prolmhb   would be executed as a  traitor.  1     Xmas Suggestions  For the Hurried Purchaser  ���i  .-I  if  "v  k  We would suggest  STRAP WATCHES  CAMEO Rings  ,, Brooches  ��� Earrings  INDIAN IVORY Brushes, Combs and Manicure Sets  We engrave Initials or Monograms on lliese articles in  Blue, Red or Black Enamel  BRACELETS, in Silver, Gold Filled and Solid Gold  BABY Mugs, Rings and Bracelets  JEWEL CASES, in  Leather, Silver and Blue  Plush  STERLING SILVER Pencils, Cologne Bottles, Cigarette Cases, Match  Safes, and Variety Boxes  Engraving clone at shortest notice  |  J. B. KNOWLES, Jeweler and Optician  The Most Admired of Timeip: iece^%  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  ���Situated .vilmn one half mile of town, and being  about loi feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lasc and surrounding country.  Ideal  Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  llicic is only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the op-  portnuiiy of selecting a few acres of this desirable  properly.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now   completely equipped   to supply nil   your  Ikmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality  and  In   splendid  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND   WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES KKLOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER Ifi, 1913  . T.Tj around the season of  ������ the Coming of Love aB  a Utile Child there have  . I.rung legends and be-,  liefa, like blossoms In  a gracloiih (.lime, which testify with  ���ubtlety to the depth of the appeal of  the birth of Christ. Here divinely j  ���plritual symbolism and there sweet  human tenderness and pathos appear,  and, blended, they evidence the world's!  belief that this was both Son of Man  and Son of Cod.  An Irish legend tells that, on Christ-!  mas eve, tho Chrisi-Chlid wanders out'  ln the darkness and cold, and the  peasants still put lighted candles In  their windows to guide the sacred little feet, that they may not stumble on  their way to their homes. And In  Hungary the people go yet further ln  their tenderness for the Child, they  spread feasts and leave their doors  open that Ho may enter at Ills will,  while throughout Christendom there is  ft belief that no evil can touch any  child who is born on Christmas eve.  The legend which tells how the very  hay which lined the manger In which  the Holy Babe was laid put forth living red blossoms at midwinter at the  touch of the Babe's body could only  have arisen from belief In the renewal  of life Lhrous.li the Lord of Life.  WHolg Thorn.  ' T is not so many centuries  ago since there was thnt holy  thorn at Glastonbury wliich  blossomed every Christmas, and, so  ran the legend, had done ever since  St. Joseph of Arlmathea, having come  as apostle to Britain, and. binding at  Glastonbury, had stuck his staff of dry  hawthorn Into the soil, commanding it  to put forth loivos aiid blossoms. This  the staff straightway did, and thereby  was the king converted to the Christian faith, the faith which preached  life from death.  The holy thorn of Glastonbury flourished during the centuries until the  civil wars. 1 luring those It was uprooted; but several persons had hnd  trees growing from cuttings from tlie  original tree, and those continued to  bloom at the Christ-season, just as  their parent, which had grown from  St. Joseph's staff, l.ad bloomed. And  about the middle of ihe 18th century  It was recorded in the Gentleman's  Magazine how Hie famous holy thorn  would not deign to recognize the new  style cab ;idar, which had then come  into force but would persist In blossoming as of old on old Christmas  day!  In those days the anniversary of the.  advent of the Babe had certainly  meant more to the common people  than merely a time for feasting and  revelry, for giving and receiving; It  had been also a season for holy observances, for they refused to go to  church on New Christmas day, the  holy thorn not being then in blossom.  So serloUB became the trouble that, tlie  clergy found it prudent to announce  that Old Christmas day should also  be kept sacred as before. Only another story of men's weak, superstitious minds? True, perhaps; but the"  are better who evidence some spiritual  weakness than thofe who wallow In  the wholly material, and when we;  cease to be careful of tl e cup and the  platter, we become not over careful of1  their contents.  obEr&srtiristmas Rose.  NOTHER of those spiritual  parables is the legend of  the Christmas rose, and It  tells how good things, fit for giving.  Spring up ready to the hand which  earnestly desires to give to the Child.  It Is said that a certain maiden of  Bethlehem was so poor that she had  nothing to give to the Habe lo Whom  kings brought wealth from afar, and,  as she stood, longing and mourning,  and angel appeared to her, saying:  "Look at thy feet, beneath the snow,"  nnd lo! on obeying the maiden found  that a new flower had miraculously  sprung up and blossomed nt her needs.  Every sine** then, runs this story, this  exquisite flower, with its snowy petals  just touched by suggestions of pinkish  bloom, is to be found at this season;  and, indeed, its half-opened cups are  like chalices of love, and lis fully*  upread petals are like a happy Innocence, fit symbols for the gifts for tho  Babe of spotless Innocence, whose  heart was the vessel of love.  nas Eve Legends.  HERB nre several exceedingly touching legends concerning bells, which are heard  ringing from burled cities and villages  ;ftt this season. One belongs to a village near Raleigh, In Nottingham*  ���hire, and the story runs that once,  where there Is now but a valley, thero  was a village which, with every trace  of life and habltalion. had been swallowed by an earthquake; hut ever  alnfe, at Christmas, the bells of tho  burled church are heard to ring as of  old.  A similar legend Is told of Preston.  In Lancashire, and yet.   another   nnd  moro moving one comes    from    the  Netherlands.    It Is aaid that the city  of Been  was  notorious for its black  and  shameless   sins,   as   well  as   renowned   for  its   beauty  and  mngnlfl-  cence.    To tho Sodom of the middle  ages  came  our  Savior on  one anniversary of his birth, and  went as a  beggar from door to door, but not ono  ;ln  all   that   Christmas   keeping   city  'gave the Master of the abundance, Sin  h|HI rampant on every side, but uot  a trace of Christmas bounty and got '1  will, and he called to the sut. which,  as of old. obeyed his voice, and Been,  the city of sin, was buried deep, clean  out of sight, beneath the waves, Hut  ever at Christmas up from beneath tho  covering waters comes the sweet calling of church hells buried In Hern It  Is s legend which appears to tell in  parable that nothing which ever belonged to tho Christ, and was dodl  cated to his service, is ever wholly lost  from him and alienated from service;  that over ami again something of their  inherent beauty and compelling sweetness rises rrom the depths through all  seeming ruin.  f$% sSfae^angef.  RADITION declares that  within the stone manger  there was another one  of wood, and that the stone cradle In  the Chapel of the Nativity is, indeed,  the ouler tnatiger Splendid Is that  humble stone trough now with whito  marble, softly rich with costly draperies, and radiant with a silver star,  which Is surrounded by 16 lamps, ever  a-llt. But yet more glorious is tho  wooden manger at Rome, held to be  the veritable manger in which the  Christ-child lay, It was removed to  Rome in the seventh century, during  the Mohammedan invasion of the Holy  Land, and there It Is preserved In a  strong brazen chest, from which it Ib  brought forth on Christmas days,  when it Is placed on the Grand Altar.  It is mounted upon a stand of sliver,  which Is inlaid with gold and gems,  and the shrine In which it rests Is of  purest rock crystal. In tht days in  whfch this was accomplished men,  whatsoever may have been their  shortcomings in other directions, gave  magnificently to the Church Visible.  *fr���fflistmas Bells.  RADITION Bays that tho  hour of the Babe's birth  was the hour of midnight,  and legend adds that from then until  'dawn cocks crow. In Ireland It is  held that whoso looks into a mirror on  this eve will see the devil or Judas  Iscariot looking over his shoulder.  6urely thought sufficient to drive tho  hardiest soul to a thought of the innocent Babe.  Another legend tells that, on Christmas eve. Judas Iscariot Is released  from that hell- "his own place"���and  is allowed to return to earth that he  may cool himself tn ley waters.  Wild and Improbable although such  and such legends appear on their  .faces, they bear study and repay it,  for we then see that they are full of  isubtle spiritual expression, as It were;  'that they are parables of certain spiritual facts, and It will be ill for us  ;should tbe Christmas day ever dawn  on which such (lowers of tender faith  and wonder shall appear to us no  more than dry curious specimens from  the dead roots of superstition.  UIDat Christmas meat:..  Christmas means hope and  its realization. The uiild  grows eagerly expectant as  the time approaches for the  visit of Swta Claus. While  this fiction remains unquestioned, the Imagination  opens new and wider worlds,  and ideals become so much  a part of the mind that the prosaic  snd commonplace can never crush  them. Until Hie youth reaches manhood and independence) Christmas is  the happiest day of the year. Its gifts  and hearty good cheer impress family  affection, parental thotlghtfulness and  brotherly love. The dullest and most  [irresponsive of fathers and mothers  are uplifted to a vision of higher lifo  by the Interchanges of souvenirs and  the merry meeting with children and  grandchildren at Ihe table and fireside. Few can escape and all enjoy  tho meaning of the festival, the lesions it conveys and the Inspiration  jit gives, and we enter upon a brighter  ifuture and a fuller appreciation of the  | beneficence of the practice of faith,  [hope and charity. The loved ones  [who have crossed to the other side,  [the loved near and far who are still  Iwlth us, the old homestead witli Its  [precious memories, the old church  :wbose sacred associations tie together childhood, maturity and age, love,  jmarrlage nnd death; the schoolhouso  jwhere the beginnings of education  "were so painful, and tho ever-Increasing pleasures of the pursuit of learning through the high school, academy  and college are recalled and recited.  and there is exquisite delight In these  oft-told tales, and new experiences enliven this blessed anniversary.���Leslie's Weekly.  Tim GMittm ONtrwuict.  Christmas gets Its name  from tbo mass celebrated  ln the early days of the  Christian ohurch In honor  of the birth of Christ, lis  first solomnleatlor, having  been ordered by Pope  Tolesphorus. This waB In  or before the year 188, for  ln that year Pope Teles-  phorut died.  At Drat Clirlstmai was what It  [known as a movable feast, Just aa Banner la now, and owing to misunderstandings was celebrated as late na  [April or May. In tho fourth century  lan oooleslastlcat Investigation was or-  jdersd, and upon the authority of the  tables of the censors ln the Roman  [archives December 26 was ngreed upon aB the date of the Savior's nativity. Tradition died the hour of birth  at about midnight, and this led to the  -celebration of a midnight mass In all  Ike, ohurches, a seoond at dawn and a  third in th* later momins  Christmas  By ALFRED TENNYSON  Uing out, wild bolls, lo the wild sky,  Ring oul  tho want, tho euro, the sin,  :   Tho Hying clouils,  tho frosty  light:      Tho faithless coldness of iIn- limes;  Thu year is living in tho niglil Uing  out,    ring   oul    my    mournful  liing out, wild  bolls, and lol   him dio, rhyinos,  Hut  rin�� i!��.' tiillor minstrel in.  lliuir rmi  tho old, ring in tho now  king, happy  bulls, ncross tho snow;  The yenr is going, lei  him go;  |{iiiLr rrni  llio falsa, ring in llie Irtio.  Uing oul  tlrr grid Ihul hujih thu mind,  l'r.i- ihosu tluil li. re wu sn  more:  King oul lire fund of rich and poor.  King in redress tor nil innnkln I.  Uing mil  ii slmvlj  dying i.iusn,  Wid nneieiil  form, ,,f parly strifu  Uing in Ihu mild r Hindus uf life,  With wccler inn t, purer laws.  Uing oul  falso prido in plnuo of hlood,  Tho eivic slnnder nnd thr' spile;  Uing in tho lovo of truth nml right,  Uing in i!"��� common lovo of good.  King mil  old shapes of tnnl disonso,  Kin - oul tin' narrowing lual for gold,  King out  (hu thousand wars of old.  |)!v     ill  lho Ihoiisnnd  wars nf  peace.  King  in   Ihu  l-nllnnl   man  mill  free,  Thu larger huiirl, tl"' kindlier hand:  llimr oul   the darkness ol lhe land,-  King in Ihu Chris!   Ihul  is lo bo.  ^Wt i  I.AYIXf!   kl'.t'.l. nl'  M-'.W IIH1TISII  I'llAI.I.KNCKU  Since ii wns officiall; docided thai thoro should ho another international yachl race, thoro has boon considoralilu nativity on both Bides of tho ,Vt  lautic preparatory to tho hie; race.  Sir Thomas l.ipton, the popular Knglisli sporlsmnn, who f"r several  yours past has In en contending for another chnnco al Ihe cap, was especially dolighlud with tho dociiilon of tho Sow York Ynohl rial, lo allow  the clip 'o bo coulostod for anil     no ono has lieen    moro aollvo thai  ho in  llio ulTorl   lo   proline,,  a boat    lhal   will do crodil   111   I'lijland.  This picture shows tho laying of llio kesl of lho British rlmlleiigor fur  lho inloriialiiiniil yachting cup now held by llio Now York Ynclil Club, Sir  Thomas is Been pouring lho iirsl ladle fall of motal.  the spint of ghristrm  There   is    hardly    a  festival   In   the  calendar which hns such a  hold on the hearts of  old and young alike as  Christmas   Day.   The  rin^ of the  car  bells  nnd the   voices   upon  the streets    seem    to  ore cheery tone, and tho  time seems to throw a  ' places and things which  ordinarily ave devoid of all beauty.  As It is with places, so it is with  people They, too, not only seem to  change, bul the transformation does  take place In millions of hearts to a  greater or loss decree. Tho spirit of  Christmas even affects people who for  the rest of the year are devoid of  sentiment and of feeling for their fellows. The most interesting stories  of Ohrtstmastlde are those which will  never appear In print���true stories of  men and women whose thoughts havo  been only of their own selfish alniB  and pleasures, but have been awakened, If only for a day or two, from  iheir usual self-complacency, moved  by some force of which thoy are only  half-cnnscioiis to do some act of kindness lo make the day happier for  someone less fortunate than themselves In a worldly way.���The Christian Herald.  The Christmas Spirit.  But don't you see that there Is a  Banta Claus! He Isn't a man in a fur  ooat, and a reindeer sleigh and all  Uiat, hut he Is the Spirit of Christmas,  Isn't he? They've personified that  and mado a saint of him and invented  legends about hi in���for the children,  but when we're no longer children and  don't believe In him, we still have  that Christ mas spirit- and it's that  that gives presents and makes us feel  toward one another, and makes Christ*  mas what it is.���Harvey J. O'Hlgglns.  (Jbrisfitiw gq$toiH$��  *��*" trace   the   uri-Jn   or  festival    cu: touts     to  those   conin (.ted   with  Druldicul superstitions  of classic observnni es,  and    li    will    surprise  many   t<>   learn   that  prosenl'day sports v ry  closely rescn bio lhe celehntlons observed of old lu honor of Snturn or  Bacchus,  The Human Saturn.. 11 a, which occurred In tbo winter solstice, wore a  season of grenl le.ihii.. und rejoicing,  honored hy many privileges nnd exemptions, The .spirit ni gnlety had  free charier, and even quarrels were  suspend'd. to be resumed after the  holidays.  As a manifestation of the gratitude  felt at the renewed prospects of tho  returning march of the sun, gifts were  exchanged and special hymns were  sung. These latter weir really thc  Roman representatives of the modern  carol.  At the Bu urnalla the [toman feasted, Bang and danced, as wo do at  Christmas. A ruler or king was ap-  pointed, who enjoyed cortaln prerogn*  .tives. He presided over the Bports of  the season. Probably he Is tho ancestor of tho lord of misrule, who exercised B similar power In more recent times.  Merriment was a matler of general  concern, and the Joyous spirit of en-  ittre districts is now narrowed to family parUea.  Tt is the touch that makes the  whole world kin. and It In n pleasant  reminder Hint, nfter all, history re*  ���peata itself.  Not Blessed.  The presents you forget to give to  others who don't forget to give to you  are not so blessed-  Buy Your  Xmas Candies  wiiere you can get tho Freshest, Nicest and Best  grades obtainable. We have a very nice and  large assortment of Rowntree's and Clarnico  Almond Paste :nul Marzipan, High-Class Dessert  Bon Bons, at 75c. per lb., or $2.40 for a box of  4 lbs.  A Real Beautiful, well-assorled nnd prrpeily-  filled  Box of Chocolates  in tlie shape of a  Work  Basket,   Glove  Box, Handkerchief Box, &c.  is n beautiful Christmas Gilt in itself and our  stock of ihem is un surpassing and wortli seeing  before buying elsewhere.  Stocki  ings  and Crackers  Our Stock cif Christmas 1 ree Chocolate Animals  Father Christmas on Donkey, Candy-Filled Toy is  Lucky Tubs, &C, are absolutely the best in the  city, at prices from 5c. lo $2.50.  Pipes  an  d To!  ooaccos  We also have a verv fine assortment of Meerschaum and Briar Pipes in cases, Cigar and  Cigarette 1 ubes,Tobacco Pouches, Tobacco Jars,  Smokers' Trays nnd Cigars in Fancy Chihlmps  Packages.  Dolls  25 per cent. Discount  We have a few Dolls and Toys lo be cleared.  Xmas Candy Mixture  1 his Special Christmas Candy Mixture at 20c. per  lb., is worth getting.  Free  Free  With evrv 25c. purchase made we  will give a numbered ticket, entitling  the purchaser to a free chance on  the following  Three Prizes  I'irst ticket drawn wins the Giant Xmas Stocking worth $12.    (Thia stocking stands 5-ft.  high).  Sa:or\d ticket drawn  wins   a   large  Sleeping  Doll, worth $5.  1 hird ticket drawn wins  large Father Xmas  Cracker, worth $2.  Drawing for llie above Free Prizes  will take place al our store  Tuesday, Dec. 23rd, 12 o'clock  noon.    See window for the results.  N.I).    When making purchases be sure to get  your  ticket or tickets.  HOMEMADE CANDIES, Always Fresh  For tlie  BEST   (the  Best Cost  No  More), go  to  Alsgard's  The Confectioner TIIUBsSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  KKI.OWXA   RECORD  Our Store is Brimful of Opportunities  for the Economical Buyer  If You Want a  Bargain  AND ESPECIALLY  An Overcoat Bargain  such im you oft i'ii read about hut seldom ia��l- yuu shoultl oomo to this  ���tors where ons dollar rloes tho work  of two���and where prim's have almost  fifty per cent of saving in them. Our  stook of Ovcn'Oiils is full of good  things���iind wo are soiling thorn.  MEN'S OVHROOATS  *il(iiio ami .'.'��,.511 values   nv.o.ou  WJH, VaK.tMi. *J. (Ml values #i��..-,o  *'!:i��i) *rinn. Motto values jiii.so  #18.00, *non, *ir,.oo values >m<i..->i>  918.50, Iflla.��0 vnluoB   I|I8.50  AU Sizes  jj JERE is a crowded newsy page of Big Honest Values  in Christmas Gifts we are able to offer because we  sell for Spot Cash, and lose nothing through bad debts.  We are showing gifts appropriate for every member of the  family���father, mother, brother, sistei, relatives, friends and  sweethearts���and with the selection as varied and attractive  and the prices as small and economical, Christmas Shopping  and Gift Selecting at this store should not only be a pleasure  to yourself, but a joy everlasting to your Purse.  GreatValueGiving  in Dressy Christmas  Clothes for Boys  There are two parties to be -suited���  Ihe Boy himself, and hig parents, Our  experience in catering to the little  fellows haa taught un how to meet the  demands of this trade���at a saving  that   no prudent parent oan overlook.  Boys Suits up to $.1.00   9*.Ifi  Boys Suits up to $1.00   $4.IS  Hoys Suite up to $8.50   $6.95  Boys SuitB up to $11.00   $T*50  All Sizes  Suit Cases and Trunks  For Christmas Gifts  They are a niost suitable Christmas Present���especially for  those who fire going awuy on the holiday excursions. We  have them in nil sizes, and styles, and can auit not only  your particular taste- but also your pocket book-  Prices from $3.50 to $20  Dents Furlined Gloves for Men  Dent's furlined Gloves for men, Automobile duffs.   Regit*  SI..">u values.    Holiday Special  (.50  $3.  Holiday Linens  Nicely Boxed if you wish, and Low Priced  No housekeeper over had too many linens awl there is  nothing a woman will' prize moro.��� We have prepared ttbar*  ally for the great holiday demand for these goods, and are  showing some extra good values. Our assortment oomprisoH  tho following tines: Centre Pieces, Tray Cloths, DresserSoarfs  Pillow Shams. Lace Doylies, Five O'clock Tea Cloths, Side  board Drapes, Embroidered Pillow Cases. Towels, Table Cloths  nnd Napkins. Cushion Covers, Laundry Bags. See the handsome designs in our windows, and the prices speak for  themselves.  Ladies' Dainty Neckwear  For Christmas Gifts  Fascinating little bite of dainties���how can we describe  ihem?���In exi'uisitu variety too���and customers haven't been  n bit backward in telling us that our selection is not only  In far the largest���bul our prices are decidedly the lowest  hereabouts, Yor must see the goods in order to appreciate  tho prices. To simply tell you'that the prices range from 25c.  in 92.00 without showing you the goods would not do the  line  justice.  A Rain or Shine Umbrella  is just the thing for a Christmas  i-ift.    We havo them in great variety.  And all through the store similarly low prices prevail on the many different lines of goods  suitable for Christmas Gifts  No Fancy  Profits have  entered here  into  the calculation of  Prices on Holiday Goods  ������I a  A Silk Waist  (price sacrificed) makes a Handsome Christmas  Gift  0u  offering presents practically every handsome stylo  brought out this season. Some of these tve rocoivod just  recently���not more than a week ago- . They comprise mam  different varieties of Silk Weaves in beautiful up-to-date color  intrs. The original prices of those Waists, ranged from $4.B0  to $SIi(i each. For quick holiday selling wc have them reduced in price���each one of them ho that you can buy them  now from  $3.50 to $6.50  Men's Pure Silk Shirts, all sizes, from  $3.50 to $4.50  Christmas Handkerchiefs  For Less  Dainty Lawn and Cambrio���as well aB Pure Linen Handkerchief in plain Hemstitched edges, or embroidered edge  nnd corners, or fancy Lace edges and coiners, etc., etc. Reallv  the gathering comprises most surprising values���and Holiday  buyers will choose quickly'���that's a certainty.  Prices 10c. to 65c.  Mens Pure Silk Handkerchiefs, in a large variety of patterns  Prices 50c, 65c, 75c.  Men's  Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, each  Each 25c.  Ladies' Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, each  Each 25c.  Dolls, Dolls, Dolls  Such a lot ot thein���pretty, elegant, inexpensive Herman  Dolls direct from the fatherland, can't, speak a word of  Lnu'lish���but oh���they are pretty, especially to the eyes of  your little ones, and they are so low priced too. Every little  girl can afford to have one for Christmas.  25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25  Christmas Ribbons in all their Glory  onl\   thev are down in price. Five-inch ribbons    for   26   cents  and  narrower widths  proportionately  cheaper.  Gift Gloves  are very acceptable for  Christmas  Stylish well-made gloves���in the various colorings that tho season has  brought forth���ready to givo the finish-  i ng tonch to the cost time���at prices  that are reasonable indeed���and each  pair put up in a fancy Christmas box  if you ask for it.���Isn't that an attractive combination?  KID GLOVES AND SUEDES  91.2ft and 9150 values at   #1,00  92.50 Pur-lined gloves   91.7ft  92.50 Ladies' Suede Gauntlets   91,?ft  All Sizes  Eider Down Bed  Comforters  \ handsome Chrislmai Prsson! and  one desired by most anj house wife. -  The\ are made of pure llorliitetl I'.idor  DowDj dried by cold air and covered  either wilh silk, Satin or first quality  Art  Sateen,  in   beautiful  designs   and  colorings i  Si/e 70 \ 12 Inches,  9T.A0 Down Comforters   9ft 1ft  910.00 Down  Comforters    $T.T5  9IK.H0 Down Comforters   99,2ft  Women's Belts  for  Christmas Gifts  \ prottj bell Is the last touch that  gives the finishing neatness lo thn figure���and we have a showing to delight  the eyes of the wearers of them. They  cuine at very little cost and yet���perhaps no other item of the dross will  ftdd so much effectiveness to the costume.  Prions 15c. Nftc. and 91.00.  House Slippers  for  the Family  The lime of thoir appreciation is at  hand- wo have a splendid assortment,  and  the prices speak  for themselves.  Ladies' and Misses: Waeouta Moccasin Slippers. Wool lined, regular 92.00  values    $1,50  Ladies' Felt RotnoOB, fur trimmed.  91.15 values   91.25  Ladies' anil Children's Comfy Felt  Slippers, 9I.2S values   Oft,  Make Yourself a  Christmas Gift  of the best Suit of Clothes  in our store for $19.50  We have set aside for this special  occasion some :to suits ranging in  price from 921,50 to 935.00 and offer each one of them at a special  holiday bargain at  $19.50  per suit  l'he\   are  the \*<vy   bt��st   euits  money  can bin   and como in a   fine range of  newest  patterns and colorings.  RICHMOND'S  Successors to Lequime Bros.  Kel  owna  ,B.C KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, DECEMBUK 18, 1913  Kelowna Opera House  Tuesday, Dec. 23rd  WRESTLING  MANOGOFF  Poultry Notes  (.'HATE   KATTKNlNi:  OK   I'llUU'llY  (Armenian Heavyweight)  [VS.  "BOB" SUTHERLAND  AND  CLARENCE EKLUND  (c  uiiaui.,ii iWluc  levveight Champion)  Terms of Match:  ManogofF to throw both Sutherland 6k  Eklund in one hour.  This wil be the Fastest and Most Sensational Match  yet staged in Kelowna.  GOOD PRELIMINARIES  PRICES: Ring Side, $2.50  Reserved Seats, $1.50 and $1.00  Plan and Seat Sale at Crawford's Stoie.  Practical experience hns shown that  crate feeding is nut only a very satisfactory but also economical method ol  fattening poultry. The saving in the  amount of feed required to produce ono  pound of gain is quite marked and lhe  feeder is enabled to observe to greater  advantage the progress being made by  individual birds, lie can also, if necessary*  curtail   Lhe duration  of  the feed"  ��� ing period in the case of birds wliich  havo attained their maximum weight  and are ready lo be placed in the fin  ' ishing crate.  ! Crate fattening cannot with success  bo carried on in a haphazard way. The  feeder requires lo understand Lho principle* of what he is al and to [five the  necessary attention to the details of his  work. 'In order to tench the proper  .methods of feeding poultry in crates  the live stock commission at Ottawa  ; has had prepared a suasonnblo illns-  ; t rated pamphlet on the silbji ot which  e\ plains clearly the oonstrttotion of a  .fattening crate,   the constituents    nnd  ��� preparation of proper rat ions, the  mot hods of feeding, killing nnd dressing birds   and   information   regarding  ; paoking for mnrkol. The work which  |is designated in pnmphH So. - ofthe  ILive Stuck Branch is available to all  who imply for it while the edition lasts  llii the Publication Branch of the Department  of Agriculture at Ottawa.  coi.oi. i\ i:i;r;s  A professor al Liverpool has beon  ihrrying out some tests in regard to  | nutriment value of while and brown  i eggs. A number of eggs were selected  which had been laid in one day oa  [a mixed poultry farm. They were  [graded according to color, and then  the eggs wore carefully analysed in  the laboratory, \ine-tenl hs of tho  contents of every egg is pure water  and so of no food value whatever, hut  in the remaining port on is packed  away >onie of the most nutritious  food known. This was carefully analysed into its constituents, and the  anion at of fa |. which is the really  nutrient element, was estimated or  woighed,  Some remarkable results were His-  covered. The darkest egg, one laid  by    a Ruff Orpington, was found     to  contain ten per cent more fat that the  lightest colored egg. Moreover, tho  amount of fat wus found to increase  with the deepening iu color of tho  shell. A vory big whito egg might  contain as much nutrition aa a small  brown one, bul, weight, for weight the  darker egg was always tho best.  The professor who has been currying out ihe experiments seemed genuinely concerned about the chickens.  "This fat is all the embryo hus to  live on/' he said, "and it appears as  if some of tho ehickons stand a much  better chance of avoiding scraggincsg  than others. They get a better start  in life. But we shall probably find  when we consult practical men that  lhe dark eggs are laid by the bigger  breeds of birds, and thus tho chickens  which had most nourishment in the  egg gi'ows up to be the biggeal  lowl."  l'l.OVlU'lAI.  POULTRY   CONVENTION  he Provincial Poultry Association  its convention at Grand Porks sell Vernon for the noxt Provincial  .. The officers for next year arc 0.  ���slend, Nelson, president; il. JLCeid,  vice-president; executive, E,  ('ale. Central Park; J. Mc Mullen,  t Ilaney; W. .Moore, Vernon, and  llaggs, Vancouver Island. The oon-  tion was tho best attended over  1 in the province. Large audiences  e present   at   all  poultry lecture*.  CAR LOAD OF  KING   WINS  PBIZB FOB CATTLE.  His Majesty (he King has again been  most successful as an exhibitor at the  Smithfield cat tie show, sweeping tho  board in the Devon cattle classes and  taking tho silver cup for the best Her-  ford. The King paid a brief visit to  the show before going to (huts-  worth with  the Queen.  Cutters & Sleighs  Sleighs in 2in. 2j and 3 in. runners.  Cutters in many different styles  ALSO  Rubber Lined Rugs  Horse Blankets,    Fur Robes,  Wool Rugs,  Water Proof Blankets.  We Always Carry a Splendid Slock of  TRUNK'S      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  Baled Hay and Feed of all Kinds  First Hobo.���Have you travelled very  much?  Second 'Hobo.���Yob, extensively I  First I folio.���How do you liko Turkey?  Second Hobo.���With cranberry saucej   o   Enthusiast (at Christmas party) "Wo  shall hear more of this young man."  Sufferer: "Not  tonight, T hope!"  Knowles'   stock  of  strap  watches  ery  complete.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard   Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue     -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  Advertise and  the world stands' witli you, t}uit, nnd you stand alone.  XMAS BARGAINS ^^Ss"-  From now until Christmas Eve we will Give 1000 Votes on  every dollar's worth of  Cash Purchases made in our Store  We have a Large and Beautiful Stock of Christmas Goods  consisting of Cutlery of all kinds, Skates, Hand Sleighs, etc.  at the Lowest Possible Price, and giving extra Piano Contest  Votes.      Don't Miss this Chance.  We will also give 1000 Votes on every Dollar Paid  on Account from   now  until the  End of the  Year  t'm*e**mmeesr*sssssmmseee**em*i^^mtme^esewmmxm^.m**r^3*mm*mtiswssBssmm.^mmmmms^  We have decided to add still more prizes to the present list, so get in and  win  one  of them.  5ee new prize list in our window Monday, December 22nd.  I  j THUBSDAY, D1.0EMBICK 18, 19ia  KELOWNA RECORD  Christmas  Worry  is a; hand. All want to  give. It is what to give  that worries. Let us  do the worrying for you.  Our stock affords gifts  for every member of  the family.  ;  Christmas  Foly  lies in delaying purchases until the assortments are broken ; in  finally buying in haste  at thelast moment.  Christmas  goes with the suitable,  well-chosen gift. We  have an excellent assortment of articles that  are sure to please���the  kind with art, beauty,  and utility in them.  P. B. Wis & Co.  Kelowna,     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coul mining eights of tire Dominion  in Miuiitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, llio Yukon Territory, tho Northwest Territories, und in u portion ol  the l'rovince oi British Columbia, may  bo leased for a term of twenty-one  years ul an annual1 rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acreB  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be  mude by the applioant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in whieli the righls applied tor are  situated.  ln surveyed territory tho land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory ihe traot applied lor  ehall bo staked out by llie upplicant  himself.  F.ncli application must be accompanied by a fee of Sfj which will bo  refunded if the rights applied Ior  are not available, but not othoiwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol tho miuo at tha  rate of fivo cents per ton.  The person operating tho mine shall  furnish tho agent witli sworn returns  accounting for the lull quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tho  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  lights are not being operated, bucIi  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include tho cool mining rights only, but tho leasee may  be permitted lo purchase whatever  available surface rights muy bo considered necessary for the working of  the mine at lhe rate of S10 an acre.  For full informal ion application  should bo made to the secretary of  tho Department of lhe lnlorior, Ot.  town, or lr> nny Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. VV. CORY.  Dopuly  Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  Ihis advertisement will nol he paid  for.  W. f. AITKEN  BUILDER  & CONTRACTS.  Plans and Estimates  Finishing  work a specialty  Office: No. 6. Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O.Box 511  Christmas will Soon  be Here  and tlie children, family and friends, will be looking forward to the usual season's remembrances  of love and goodwill. Don't make lhe mistake of  leaving your purchases too late. Buy now while  you have time to look around  We have a large stock of  Dolls and Toys  25 per cent, off to clear  Presents to Suit Everyone  are to he seen in out store  Fancy Brass Goods  in neat and artistic dftsigni  Ebony Dressing Sets,  Brushes, Mirrors, &c.  Sec oui elegant slock ol the new  Ivory Ware  which comprises �� large assortment ol useful articles, such as  Dressing  Sets, separate   Hair   Brushes, Combs, Clothes   and  Mat Brushes, Soap Boxes, Pill Trays, ox.  New   Papeteries,   Christmas   Cards,  Decorations, Candies, Perfumes,  Smokers' Supplies  TOBACCOS AND CIGARS  W. R. TRENCH  DRUGS AND STATIONERY  1 WANTED! 1  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  first insertion nnd 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less than 25 centB.  MOW MUCH 1)0 YOU  KNOW ABOUT CANADA  All classified advertisements must bt.  [mid for in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for thote ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOU SALE  FOK SALE��� 20 acres fine fruit aud  hay land, h.\ miles from Kelowna on  Voruon road; ...-���n 7 ia nr.e.1 house  uud two fine building lotB ouWilson  avenue. All at vot'J altnictivc figures. Inquire V. S. Coates, Lake-  view hotel. 23tt,  KAItM  FOU  SALK  sl  l0IK  id farm  nope  ���ly  UIOB  to   Ke-  low till.   (  omprising 21  S   (fl  aei'cs In  orcli  nrd,  pears,   |  luuis  tine  prunes, bal  unco  in  meadow)  Fin  st  soil,  free   ir  rlga  ion  Splendid lorn  io,  . good house  with  K<  otl    well  Team,  Imp  lenient.?,  and  household offoots, will  quantity of  feed  ean  also be  included  in a  do. The  terms  s|  irearl  over  thr  00  'oars  .      Fur-  ther  infc  imalton  ean  1  0 U  IVOll  at    Ke-  eo r.i  o tTlce.  X  GOODS  FOR  SALK  FOU SALK - Alfalfa, Timothy and  (���lover, and second cut Clover. Delivered or in stack. Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranoh. -U tf.  HAY FOR SALK��� 818.00 per ton  in lhe stack. 0. A. Pear.se, Creek-  side. 46tf.  FOR SALE���Groam Separator (Capital.) New, Cheap for cash. W. II.  May,  Pendozi steeot. 1-3  FOK SALK���Good roomy cutter.    Apply,  C.   II.   Leathley,  Rutland.        x  POULTRY FOU SALK. - American  Fawn and While Indian Runner  ducks. 95.00 per pale, Some very fine  White Wyandotte Cockerels, Regal  strain, -.sl to &"> eaoh. Apply Mra.  15. A. Day. 2-5  Canadians, as a rule, know too little of their own country. To know  Canada, even in a general way, from  coast to coast and from the boundary  to the northern limits of settlement,  is a big order, but it,la one to which  every eiti/en of this country should  apply himself. The study of the Dominion is not only interesting; it is  deoidedly profit ah.'.. It increases the  pride of tho reader in his own land,  and it reveals to him possibilities of  whieh he has novor di'oamed, but  which he may himself realize��� if he  will.  These remarks are sinrgesled by thu  eceipt    of   a volumn   entitled. "Tho  'Western Provinces of Canada," whieh  tout a ins  ns   much   solid      information  I concerning the great territory in  which me included. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta nud British Columbia, as ean be crowded into 112  pUgOS of closely printed but very  readable  mat lei-.      The book    conlnin-  , <let ailed information concerning the  provinces   mentioned,   covering    such  I points ai area, climate,  precipitation.  [products, de.    Thioro mv tables show-  ; ing lhe grain product ion every year  since   H)01,  and  the average prices of  j wheal,  oats,  burl'\   nnd   fln\     for  thi'  1 last   B'lX   years.     The   plnn   of     Western  land survey  is    explained;  tho    homo*  toad regulations are included, and    n  ast    amount   of information concern  ng the raising of live-stock   and other  branches of     diversified    farming)    A  full explanation is also given of     the  Canadian  Pacific   Railway's   policy    of  selling    lands     to  actual  farmers     On  weiily-ycnr terms, and   assisting with  ci loan for improvements to    the   ex*  lenl   of 32,000.  The book, which is illustrated   with  wenty photographs nnd n 15 X 30 map  of the western  provinces,     has     just  been  issued     in    n  second  annual edition of  100,000, of which 200,111)1)   have  Ken    shipped  to    Great   Britain,   and  notlier  100,000 will     bo     distributed  hrough  the C.P.R.    Montreal office,  This book  will be went  free, postage  (aid, to any reader of lids paper who  v ill     write    for it      to     the   Publicity  Brunch,  department   of  natural  rosOur*  er. Canadian  Pacific Hallway, Calvary, Alta.     If vou have friends in other  ountries whom you would like to interest   in  Canada,  copies  will  be sen I  to them free upon rtffpiest to tho above  address.  FOR SALK- At J. 0. Stoekwcll's  auction rooms.���1 single horse wagon, 1 buggy, 1 set wagon springs, I  horse blanket. 1 loe chain, 1 set  work harness, 2 sets single work  harness, 7 sections poultry fence,  1 one-horse plow, 1 one-horse culti-  vator, 1 Planet-Junior seeder and  attachments,  1 22-calibro rifle.       x  FURNITURE  AND HOUSEHOLD  EF-  fects for sale. Minns, next lo last  house south on Abbot street. Also  Wheel  810.00 1  FOK SALE.���Dry cord wood, pine and  fir, guaranteed dry, $2.50 por riek  delivered. P. 0. Box 110. 'Phone  2200. 3U.  FOU SALK.��� Violin good tone, with  ease, also Buffet pearly .new. Apply  Box.   "V"   Record office. 3-4  FOR SALK,��� Saddle pony, cheap, fan  also be driven single or double. Apply  P.  (L   Box   KM a  SITUATIONS WANTED  MECHANIC and handyman will do  any work for board or living wage.  Address Barret,   Kelowna  P.O.        x  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  1101 SI! FOR RENT - On Pernio/!  street s rooms, furnace, elec trie Ugh I  and .Valor. Very convenient and  warm. Mas one acre land and stables, shed and ice house. Apply G.A.  Fisher, Crowlcv   Block. Uf  BOARD AND ROOMS  TO LET. ��� Furnished or unfurnished  rooms for house keeping. Apply opposite Telephone exchange, nfter 5  p.m. 3-5  TO KENT two furnished bed-rooms,  use of bath, hot and cold water. P.  0. box 841, phone 130, 8-4  MISCELLANEOUS  EXPERT PRUNING,- References. Apply Patton Bros. Lakeview Hotel or  Phone 112. 1-1  CHRISTMAS TREES supplied.- All  si/os. Apply C. Marty. Box. 333, Kelowna. 2-1  WANTED.���Iinglish riding saddle, also  one buggy, harness, both must be  in*good condition and reasonable in  price. Thomlinson, Harness maker. 3tf.  GOOD PASTURE  Good past urn v ������ ' "1 s .un Ranch,  threo miles from town. S. K. I... Co,  Apply to U. S.  HALL 1211.  NOTICE  Fence  posts for sale  on  the  ground  delivered, Apply  A.  STIRLING, or the  OKANAGAN  LOAN  & INVEST-  ltf MENT CO. LTD.  TEACHER WANTED  Qualified     Protestant     teacher     (or  (lionrOBa School.    Duties to commence  a- "Boon  as possible,    Salary |05   per  Dionth.     Female preferred.   Apply     to  THOS.  H.  HOCKEY, Seoy.  enrosn P.O., Westbank, B.C.       AIM.  S P nt R 1,1, A CO R S KTS  Including waists for children from  1 to 11 years. Mrs. J, 11. Davies will  be at Mrs. Mafhio's (over tailor shop.  IVndo/.i street) between the hours of  1.30 and fi p.m.. Saturdays of each  week. ('Phone 196.) to meet lni-irs  wishing to order corsets. P. 0. Box  020. 48-R  FOUND  0UND���adrift a small sail liont. Own  or can have snme hy proving property and paying expenses. Boxr"S  M" Record. 5ltf.  SHORTHAND  Simplified I'iiiiuin Coureo ul Instruo.  linn loci'lliir with lossons iii Touoli  Typewriting will be ijivon lour limos  a week, in Kolowna *by lho Iftto ��� prinot'  pnl nf tho Int'eost Private Soliool of  shorthand in Virions, B.O., known ns  "TllO ttoyftl Shorthand Sohool" Mon  tlily pnymonts. Course commolncaa on  Innunry  lilli.   For  further   pnrliciilais  Ibqitlre "The Kolowna Record," or  write H<ioni 3. Dickson Blook, Vrrnon.  3-0  Picture Framing  I can guarantee the very best class of work in this line, lhe result of  ten years' experience.    Pictures cleaned, remounted and framed.    A  good selection of mouldings.  Cabinet Maying & Furniture Repairs  As a practical Cabinet Maker 1 can assure you that every job entrusted to me will he neatly and carefully executed. Have your  broken furniture repaired before it is too late.  General Household Jobbing  It is often difficult to find someone who can do the little odd jobs of  repairing and fixing around a house. Send a postcard and I will be  on hand promptly.  W. EASTON  Bernard Avenue (opposite new Bank of Commerce)  (Formerly Josselyn's Warehouse)  THE UNIVERSAL CAR  It s the prince of cars, and car of  princes. Two grand dukes and  nineteen princes drive Fords in  Russia. And the sturdy car is as  popular with botli classes and masses the world over. Its unequalled  merit has won it world-wide recognition.  Six hundred dollars is ilir. new price ol tlie Ford  runabout; the touring car is six fifty : the town  car nine hundred���all f.o.b. Ford, Ontario (lor-  nierly Walkerville post office), complete with  equipment. Get catalog and particulars from  BURBANK MOTOR CO.. KELOWNA, B.C.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange Feed Department  West side of Abbott Street, adjoining City Park  TELEPHONES i  Feed Store 2S;   Office and Warehouse, 57  PRICE LIST  8 .06  Reel   Scrap,  por  lb   Heel Scrap, per 100 lbs     o.Oil  Ground  Bono,  per lb 05  Ground Bono, per 100 lbs ...    4.0C  Barley, per 100 Ibe     1.55  llran, prr 1110 lbs       1.88  (hop (Barley),    por 100 lbs    1.50  Chop,  (Wheat and   Barley)  per 11)0 lbs     1.80  ( Imp.    (Outs   nnd   Barl.y)  por  100 lbs       1.60  Porn (Wholo) per lb 08  Corn, por 100 lbs      9.50  Porn,  (Craoked),  por lb OS  Porn, (Craoked) por 100 lbs.    9.65  Ground  Shell, por lb 9.  Ground SholV, per 100 lbs..,.    ..95  Molassinc Monl, por 100 lbs.    3.00  Ton and half-ton lots at $2.00 per ton less than above prices  We RO'e 5  per cent. Discount lor spot cash on all flour and feed purchases.  Outs (Standard  Heavy) jier  100 lbs   Outs (Flatted) por inn lbs...  Oil Monl Cuke, por 100 lbs.  .  Rolled   Oats   (Robin Hood  in 8s    in 90s    in    Ills       Shorts  ill.  i:  K.l  por 100...  Wheat, por 100 lbs 81,70 and 81.81  Flour��� Five Hoses.���  l!i  lb.  suck     !IS lb. sack     Kobin Hood,   10 Ib.  suck  Robin llortil, 1)8 lb. sack  Prairie Pride Patont,  19 lb.  sack        1,05  98 lb. sack      3.90  Graham.  10 Ib. suck      1,66  1,50  1,00  2,nu  .?n  1.85  1.60  1.75  8.45  1.75  3.15  Xmas Gifts  For Men  H��lf.do��. handkerchief. $2  Suspenders - -60c. to $1.25  Arm Bands   -   -   35c. lo B5c.  Tie. 75c.  Above are put up in neat,  fancy boxes.  Gloves, Fancy Vests,  Mulllers, Jewelry Sets  Etc., Etc., Etc.  50 Special  Prizes  Consisting of Guff Luiki. Stick  Pins, and otlier articles of  jewUry, to be drawn for at  10 p.m. Christmas Eve,  Every $1.00 Purchase  Entitles You to I Chance.  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Cmli Store  WILLI TS BLOCK  DON'T FORGET  to    arrange   in  time (or the  PHOTOGRAPH  you intend sending to the  OLD COUNTRY  for  CHRISTMAS  GRAY'S  STUDIO  is open for sittings  EVERY DAY  From 10 lo 3.  Rowcliffe Bltck, near Post Office KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913  It Pays to Deal with McKenzie!  We never say a thing unless we mean it and  Never make a statement unless we can prove it  We want you to look at these two lists and see if we are not anxious to save you money on your Christmas purchases  Group No. 1  Group No. 2  .-.nil Ml CAN ONTARIO WHITE CLOVER UllMiV ...  #l.,5  1   BOTTLE ONTARIO HONEY, WHITE CLOVER ,5  ���> PACKAGES SEEDED RAISINS (IB lull o/. ouch) ...      ..S  ���l PACKAGES CLEANED V0ST1SSA CURRANTS ...      ���'..*>  1 POUND MIXED PEEL, CITRON, ORANGE, LEMON       .'.(��  ���> PACKAGES HALLOW DATES  30  I PACKAGE HAI.LOWI DATES  IK  1 POi M) SMYRNA FIGS  .0  ���i POINDS SMYRNA TABLE FIGS  40  ���J CANS  LEARD'S CHICKEN SOIT  ��0  1 QUARTER POIND TIN DE.IONG'S COCOA  110  1 TIN LEARD'S CHICKEN SOUP  SO  1 BOTTLE QUEEN OLIVES (16 ounco)  ������"���  1 POIND FRESH GROUND COFFEE  SO  1  pot Nl) BUCHANAN'S MIXED DROPS  .">  $575  All the above items we will (five you frum now until Christ*  1  BOTTLE QUEEN OLIVES, (10 ounce)  40  1 TIN ONTARIO PUMPKIN, (8 pounds)  15  $2.85  .Ml the ubovo Horns wo will give you Irom now till    Christ-       I  mas in a group for the sum of  maa in a group for  $5.00 in Cash  $2.50  In other words   #5.00 cusli monoy   will pay tor tlie    above  In Other words $tt.(V0 cash   money will pav    for the    above  I|IS. 15 list of goods  X-...H!.   list  of goods.  Yon may have either Group No. I for $5 or Group No. 2 for $2.50 on a moment's notice as we will have them all ready put up and ready to hand to you  as  soon   as  you  hand us the money.      We will save lime and you will save time and money  The McKenzie Company, Limited  " Quality and Service," our motto  Santa Claus is happy, because he is making  others happy toith Christmas Gifts. You can be  happy as Santa Claus if you are a cheerful gioer at  Christmas time. We haoe at our store beautiful  and pleasing articles for Christmas presents for  you to select from. Our stock is exceptionally full  to meet the demands of the holiday season. You  U7ill find our prices so loin that you can afford to  buy all the presents you wish to gioe away.  CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR ALL  WOMEN'S Evening Shoes, Kosy Slippers* Satin Kimonas, Cushion Covers.  Fan''}' Linens, Fancy Ribbons, Furs,  Hand Bags, Gun Metal Mesh Bags.  Sachets, Hair Ornaments, Lovely Collars, Jabots, Sashes, Belts, Motor  Scarfs, Evening Wrapps of every conceivable disoriptlon. Silk Underskirts,  Parasols, Rugs,   Strap pocket  books.  FANCY HANDKFUrillKFS.-This department is certainly well supplied, we  nover before had such a variety of  Linen, Lawn nnd Silks, hand embroidered, Vou mayneed something in a  hurry. Wo have them all ready for  mailing! We will be pleased to put in  fancy boxes, anything purchased until  Xmas.  MEN'S Smoking and Lounging Robes,  Just right    ior sitting    around in the  cool    eveningB    $5.50 to ���Mtt.rio  Bedroom Slippers, Gloves, Neokwenr,  Fancy Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Plain  nnd Initial linen and silk, Studs, Classy Umbrellas $1.AO, Vost Button sets,  Military Brushes, Mufflers, Wool, Jaeger, Siik, Pocket Books, Wallets, Travelling Ciiwh, Steamer Rugs, Sweaters,  Steamer Trunks, Suit Cases, Fitted  Club Bags*  THOMAS LAWSON, Limited  The Topic of the Hour  CHRISTMAS SHOPPING  The holiday spirit is in the air���  here, there, everywhere. This  store is all alive with good, sensible,  practical gifts. If you have little or  much to spend you will find many  happy-price surprises here until  after the holiday season  Women's Silk Hose  for Gift Giving  Womi'n'n Pure Silk TIom, with deep Lisle Garter tops, also  1'nli' heel nnd soli.. In blaok, tnn,,pink, blue, ohampngne anil  creon, sizes 8J  to 10, Per pair |1.bo  ���Voiron's Pure all Silk Hole. Extra large. lisle gaiter tops  llllo feet nnd real comfortable, suitable for gifts in fanny holly boxes, Sizes 8J to 10.   Per pair   |1.35  Kid Gloves. Nothing enn bo moro appreciated thnn a pair  of nico gloves. Wo have a lovely rnngo of these goods, with  k'izoh still unbroken. We are featuring a Tan nnd Grey Kid  wilh Mesh Silk lining that is .splendid for arriving or plens-  ure glove, not too heavy. We also hnve Evening Glovos in  Silk, 12-button, 16-button and 21-buttoB, in blaok, white,  cream, pale blue and pink.  h'ur lined "gauntlet! J2.26 to   Kj,00  Mochn tight wrist $1.00 to 12.25, those oome wool-lined, silk  lined or fur lined.    All prices, all colors, all' sizes. THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  *)KOTCWOIC*aOl?K^^  !  <>  i       i  Crawford's Toy Land  Pic�� out your Christmas Toys at once  and don't get caught in the rush. We  will carefully put away anything you may  wish to select.  Early  Shopping always Pays  PIPES  A large assortment of choice Case Pipes  also Calabash and Meerschaum.  Makes a well appreciated present for  the  men folk  Search the world over, and you will find  no joy like the Christmas joy of the little  child. Joyous anticipation is filling the  hearts of young and old.  Musical Instruments of all kinds  INDIAN CURIOS  Burnt leather goods and basket wor^, suitable for Old Country presents  FANCY CHOCOLATES  Everything on the go  Airships, Flying Machines, Trains, Whizzing Boats, Whirling Toys  Performing Animals, etc.  7  a-.r'7^  ' '-; .     .�����. '.  *rcm^yri*?\  "���  --^'WA  *%' ? w*  �� (dOmllJml  Fancy G00J5, Toys, Dolls, Games, Booty, Novelties,  Boy's Soldier Suits, Galloping Horses, Doll Carriages,  Toy  Pianos,   Sleighs,  Decorations, Hockey  Sticks.  Christmas & New Year  GREETING CARDS  and Calendars  Crawfords  te4:+JH0Kil0M0^^  -1--J- -t- -H-H -*--K-t- -i- -1- -I- -.- -t- -t- -J- -���- -I--*- -H--+--1-H���l--Ki*K-��- -l--H-.--t--l- -!- ->- -t- -(- -.- -*--*--*-itr -|--l-j-*}--���--4- -(- -���--V -I- -I- H-^+--H-���--���--���- -+--*--*- H���H-*- -I--I- -*--���--���- -I--t--J--t--��- -f--*- -��-.��..+. .4. .^.+. ^> .4. .4. .��.���  Mason & Risch Pianos,   Edison Phonographs,  Fancy China  Victor   and   Columbia   Gramaphones  Kodaks,   Waterman  Fountain Pens, Gillette's Safety Razors  ���H:*+.Hr*.+.-H--H"HH"r-^  M0&^  \  MMJ~m  mmmK\ ���  y-*m+,*+++^++'+++++*+4-'i-^+^^  h *  -i?  Boys & Girls,  Ladies & Gentlemen  will do well to loo/? over this store's  accumulation  of XMAS GIFTS.    It  may be that you will find just what you want.    A shipment of fun-making  Jfst  For Boys and Girls :  Baby Walker  $4.75  Chairs    15c. and 40c.  Rockers  80c.  Tables   80c.  Blackboard and Desk $3.75  Dolls' Carriages 85c. and    1.65  Wheelbarrows 40c.  Toy Furniture  Dolls' Beds     80c, $1.65 and $2.25  Whistles  10c.  Rolly-Polies    10c. and 20c.  Trickey Duck 80c.  Merry-Whirl   45c.  Roaming Toys  'Oc.  Climbing Monkey 40c.  Coon Jigger 80c.  Air Ships   20c.  Flying Boy  1 5c.  Tops  10c. and 15c.  Banks   20c.  Toy Ranges 80c.  Iron Toys of all kinds.  Skates, Sleds, Hockey Sticks, Pucks, &c.  iron toys for boys and girls just arrived  For Ladies and Gentlemen  Scissor Sets     $2.00 up  Manicure Sets     3.25  Safety Razors, from      1.00 up  Carpet Sweepers     3.25 up,  Carving Sets     2.00 up  Fruit Sets  Butter Knives at all prices  Cake Servers and Pie Servers  Sugar Shells  Nut Crack Sets  Community Silver in sets  Tea Spoons in Fancy cases  Cut Glass���assortment  Fern Dishes���Brass  Vases       Fancy Lamps  Smoking sets  Bedroom chairs and Magazine stands  Den Chairs       Tables       Rugs  China Cabinets  Dressing Tables  Pictures, &c., and  many other numerous articles.  All appropriate and useful gifts.  Xmas buying was never better than at the present  time.     Come Early.  Community Silver  Remember:  The Refund Date will be  exposed at this store on  December 24th, at 8 p.m.  Your purchases may be returned. See if your receipt  bears the date.  ���* V  We Wish You all  A Very  Happy Xmas  DALGLEISH & HARDING  Hard  ware  Furniture  m  W<i  * Vi  .5 ^

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