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 W^^Sf^W.  VOL VI NO. y  \  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLOMBIA. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914.  $1.50 Par  Pin Large Outlay oo  Council PaM Board of Worka Etti-  > of $16,000.  At ihown the urgent need ot - side,  walk facilities all over the oity, the  council had before them at Saturday  morning's meeting no fewer than fifteen different petitions for wooden  and cement walks. These are to be  constructed under the looal improvement act under whieh the city provides the funds - by the issue of debentures, charging the annual interest  and sinking (and aa a special tax  against the property fronting on the  sidewalk.  The sidewalks asked for in the petitions ue as follows:  Wooden Sidewalks.  On the south; aide of Fuller avenue,  from Hichter to Ethel street.  East side oi St. Paul street from  Lot 31, in Blook 37 to Lot 36, in  Block 87.     ���  North side of Patterson avenue from  Pendozi street to the Lake.  .   South side of Wardlaw avenue from  Pendozi street to the Lake.  North aide Strathoona avenue from  Pendozi street to the Lake.  South aide of Stockwell avenue from  Riohter street to Ethel street.  Eaet side of Richter street from Wilson avenue to Coronation avenue.  North side ���( Fuller avenue from  Richter street to Ethel street.  North side of Lawson avenue from  Richter street to Ethel street.  South side of Royal avenue from  Pendozi street to Long street.  South side of Lawson avenue from  Richter street to Ethel street.  Cement Sidewalks  On the south side at Wolseley avenue from Riohter street to Ethel street  North aide Bernard avenue from Pendozi street to Ellis street.  South ride of Sutherland avenue  rroa.Pcadori airaai to Hichter street.  North saoV���� Sutherland avenue  from Richter * street to a point 460  feet eaet.  Street Extensions  A petition waa also in for the extension of i Leon avenue through block  M, registered plan 963.  It waa decided to instruot the appointed engineer, Hr. HoNaughton to  prepare the necessary reports upon the  proposed work*. It waa also left to  tha city clerk to examine the various  petitions, and report a* to th* sufficiency of th* signatures.  Proposed Sale of Milk By-law  Alderman Copeland reported having  ' been informed that there were in the  Kelowna district a number of oowa infected with.tuberculosis, a oow Buffering from thi* disease having recently  bean destroyed by the government veterinary inspeotor. He thought the  council should look into the matter,  aad he suggested that a bylaw be  prepared to regulate the sale of milk  to the public.  After tome discussion the clerk was  instructed to communicate with the  Provincial Board of Health and request that their inspector examine all'  oowt belonging to dairymen who supply milk to th* city.  Polioe Report for March   .  Chief Sutherland submitted hit router monthly report. A total, of 13  cat** had bean brought before Magistrate WeddtU, including assault* 3,  theft 8, neglecting to support wife 1,  unlawful wounding, I, motor speeding  1, vagraney 1, drunk white interdicted  1, drank and incapable 3.'  Fine* and ooets amounting to 3393.  25 bad been handed in to the city  clerk together with trade licenses,  368.00; Theatre licence 340.00; Dog  Licenses, 370.00.  A1 letter was read from the Kelowna  Hospital Society asking that Ihe x>un-  oil pay over to them the amount*  granted during 1013 and 1914 in two  week* time if possible, at they were  in urgent need of funds to meet' the  oast of building operations whioh were  proceeding in connection with tbe new  maternity wing.;  . An application was received from  the Chapman Amusement Co., asking  for a special lieenoe to conduct a carnival, consisting of merry-go-round and  lioenoe for lets than 8100 a day.  Alderman Taylor reported having  visited Mr. Middleton's cow shed  whieh he found to be in very good  condition.  A Complaint Wat received concerning  the condition, of a lot on Richter St.  where a number of hones had beon  kept.  A special meeting of the council��. as  held Tuesday mornng at which the  subject of street work was again considered. The estimate submitted by  the Board of Works called for a total  expenditure of 816,000 and the point  was raited as to whether > the city  would be able to carry out thie extensive program without raising the  rates to a rather high figure.  The follow'nj are the details of the  expenditure proposed:  Sutherland Avenue         600.00  Royal Avenue         250.00  Royal Ave. (stumping)  ..../    105.00  Strathoona Avenue         520.00  Wardlaw Avenue    ...     150.00  -Ethel street      1200.00  Richter street    ... ���'. 1500.00  St. Paul street    .... ;v 800.00  Water street S. ....;   ...    500.00  DeHart Avenue    ...    250.00  Fuller Avenue   ...    400.00  Wilson Avenue        ....    200.00  Clement Avenue    ...     100.00  Lawrence Avenue   ....    350.00  ....    160.00  Gaston Avenue    ...    350.00  Harvey Avenue    ...     100.00  Long street    ...      i'0.00  ...   1000.00  Ellin street (S)    ....    300.00  Glenn Avenue      ...    300.00  Willow Avenue    ...     100.00  Beach avenue    ....     100.00  Doyle avenue    ....      50.00  Coronation avenue .....%..  ....  ���r'JKi.OO  Leon avenue    ...    300.00  Tress for streets    ....    600.00  Tree guards      .  ....    360.00  Operating roller    ...   1000.00  Sidewalk maintenance ....  ...    700.00  Cleaning streets    ...    400.00  Shale for street*    ...    500.00  316,010.00  .  .  "  B*|to  L&fc.  -��-:���j  lift  i  7  ..fXat .  GENERAL CARRANZA BEING GREETED BY GENERAL CHOA  Villa's spectacular fighting and the.ranks from whioh he rose, has made  him a very popular hero among hi* followers. General Carrnnza who is  less spectacular, but nevertheless on the job. also haa a strong following  who admire his more dignified form of warfare. Hia friends have great faith  in his integrity and reliability and his movements are watched and followed  with much interest. The' above photograph shows General Carrama upon  his arrival at Juarez, at which place he recently journeyed from Honors, lie  is here shown being greeted by Genjral Choa.  their intention to bring in a final report next Friday, and provision would  have to be made for interest and sinking fund on the necessary debentures  if the scheme should be proceeded  with.  Supplied Liquor to Indians  At the Provincial Polioe Court     on  Tuesday last Patrick Hutchinson   was  Alderman Copeland said he    under-. charged   with having supplied Intoxi-  stood   the   conclusion   of the   publio eating-liquor   to an Indian on    the  meeting to be that the council should iWettbank Indian Reserve.   During the  Kelowna Will Celebrate  On Victoria Day  Programme  of Race* Arranged  for May 24tb.  Arrangements, am already under way  for the annual' cde'jration of Viotoria  Day, and the celebration promises to  be one of the best ever held here on  the looal grounds.  As usual the A. k T. Association  will be in charge of the day's program and from a glance it will be  seen that no pains are being spared to  make the day one of interest to lovers  of good sport and eventB of various  kinds will be put on, so that each  person attending will have an opportunity to boost his favorite game or  sport.  The program includes the following  events.  Free for all trot or pace, 2 in 3 8100.  Three minute, trot or pace, 2 in 3  3100.  Oj.cn half mile run, 2 in 3 375.  Pony race, 14 J and under, half mile  2 in 3 350.  Hoy's .Slutmnd pony race, half mile,  310, and 35.  League baseball game between Kamloops and Kelowna.  Junior banAa'l game between City  schools and District schools.  Good list of athletic sports.  Motor and bicycle races.  Full particulars will be given later.  Watch for posters.  mem*  Proposed Golf Course at  Followers of the royal and ancient  game will be pleased to hear that the  Bankhead Orchard Co., are taking  decide upon the particular kind of!forenoon on Sunday last Hutchinton 'steps to lay out a nine hole, golf  pavement (To be laid down, and then .wat seen in the house of an old Indiuu course on their property this spring,  the lot owners would go ahead   with named John Dominic, who waB    half | Several attempts hive been made with  drunk. The old Indian said the liquor in recent limes to start a golf club  had been given to him by Hutchin,on, :n the vicinity of Kelowna but so  who was arrested    the following c'ay 'ar without success, mainly owing   to  Alderman Sutherland, who as chairman of the Finance Committee it  charged with the duty of preparing a  complete estimate of the cHy'a expenditures upon which the rate ,'of taxation will be fixed for the year, said  that already the many necessary increases would 'undoubtedly mean a  raise in the tax rate of several mills.  He waa not in a position to say definitely but based upon rough figuring  he thought tbe rate would.be at least  34 mills.  Mayor Jones said he would strongly  object to'having the rate go ' above  24 mills. He thought that was far  too high. He waa just as much a believer instreet work as anyone, but if  the estimate at submitted would not  allow them to oome within the 34  mill limit then the committee should  endeavor to reduce it.  Alderman Copeland urged strongly  for the pasting of the estimate as it  stood. He pointed out that the vari  out items had been passed by a committee of the whole council, and working on the assumption thnt it waa  satisfactory to the council, much of  the work had been done, lie had 31  teams at work at the present time,  If th* estimates were cut down now  it would place him in the awkward  position of having to leave nut  streets which were really more urgently in need of fixing than some  which were already done,  Alderman Bajtenbury was very emphatic against-the undue raising-    of  the taxes.  He    aald he would ra/.her  the street    estimates cut in two  than the rate* should go up. '���  The discussion continued far some  time, and Alderman Sutherland waa  appealed to at to whether the whale  appropriation " could be got within  the 34 mill rate. After some calculation he said he believed it could, and  with this assurance, ^resolution Was  finally passed authorising the expenditure.  The matter of the proposed permanent p.ivement on Bernard avenue was  about ten concessions.   The clerk ��at  brought Up by Alderman  Sutherland,  Instructed    to reply that th* ooaacil I who stated that th* Finance commit-  not M* tte way to graa*   tht to*   woaid   ated to know at It wm  the necessary petition  Alderman Sutherland said that for  his part he did not think that any  kind of concrete slab pavement would  be advisable on such a foundation as  Bernard avenue, and ho wou'd not be  in favor of it. If someth'n,' were  put in of a more. elastic nature .which  would not crack to' pieces he would  support it. He suggested that a good  macadam road could be put down for  one-third the cost of concrete and  would be satisfactory.  Alderman Rattenbury thought that  macadam roads in cities were out of  date, and would not stand under the  heavy traffic They ought to put in  some more permanent kind of road.,  Alderman Copeland next appealed to  said in his opinion they should have  a pavement which could he washed  over with a fire hose every morning.  He favored a pavement of bitulithic  nature for this reason.  Alderman Taylor said that except  for about three weeks in tho year the  present street was good enough.  Finally the aldermen agreed to make  the following recommendation to the  property owners. That tho counoil  recommends some pavement of a bitu-  lithio nature, to he laid at an approximate cost of 82.(10 per yard, evolutive  of grading and excavating, (he council  to bear one-third of the co t and the  remainder to be equally divided between the property owners on each  tide of tbe street.  In'order to go forward with  scheme it will now be necessary  the property owners affected to  ent a petition to the counc'I to  near Dominic's house.  Prisoner denied the (offence and claim  ed that while looking for work he v as  informed that Dominic wanted seme  fence put'up. He went to the house  and while there those present noticed  he had a bottle of liquor in his pocket. They all went after t, took it  away from him. Magistrate Weddell  however, could not swallow this story  and fined Hutchinson 850 and costs  with the alternative of three   months ' grasses.    The green* will be specially  the large amount ot capital required  to purchase suitable land. In the pie-  sent case intending members will not  be required to su! scribe capital the company proposes in tha first instance to  run it as a proprietary club. The  ground selected is halt a mile from  the city boundary and contains 60  acres all un lor irrigation, part of  which is old meadow ond the remain  der is being seeded down to suitable  in jail.    As the man did not     have . prepared and seeded to proper   grass-  the money he will serve the sentence.  Dominic was then charged with being drunk on    the reserve and '   wat  fined 820 and costs or 30 days.  the  for  prcs-  have  the work done -under the local improvement act. ���  Askfor Sidewalk in Front of Park  A deputation consisting <>'. Mesirs.  R. E. Denison, K, F. Oxley, A. N.  Harker, and W. Ludlow, woifod on the  council to prosent the following petition whioh was signed by 25 residents  of the Parkdale district:���  Gentlemen, -  "We the undersigned ratepayers and  property owners of that part of Kclowna, known as Parkd le, world  earnestly petition that a side walk be  erected on the park side of Abbott  street, from Mill Creek bridge lo the  point joining the Park promenado on  Lake shore.  We would respectfully submit that  (Ooatimwd oa Pag* Tea)  Death of Sir Wm. Whyte  The death is announced of Sir William Whyte, at one time first vioe  president of the C.P.R., which took  place in California on Tuesday evening. The flag on the Okanagan ia  being flown at half mast ia respect  to the memory of the deceased Knight.  Sir William had been in failing health  for some time, and went to California  for tho purpose of recruiting same.  The    province   of British Columbia  recently   presented    to Kew Gerdjus,  London, a flag-staff 330 test, high.  ....  Mrs. Noble and Mrs. Milne of Summerland spent the Easter holidays in.  the city.  ....  Th* Country Girl's Hospital Aid will  meet at Mr. Hewetson'a on Saturday,  April 18th at 3 o'clock.  ....  Services in the Methodist churoh on  Sunday will be conducted by the pat-  tor. The morning theme will be  "Why did Christ Ascend" and the evening "An Estimate of Judas Iscarlot.'  ....  J. Stevenson and family have gene  to the Fort George district, where  they wilt reside in future. Mr. Steven-  Water will be piped to all the  greens. Tho ground is admirably suited for a golf course, being undulating  and having several water hazards,  open ditches, and large sand bunkers.  Sheep will be run on the course to  keep it in a playable condition thro  ughout the open season, which is usually .about eight months.  It is to be hoped that the club will  receive the hearty support of Kelowna  and district as it will undoubtedly be  a great asset to the town and an attraction to visitors.  There will be a meeting at Bankhead  on Thursday the 33rd inst., at 2.30  p.m., to go ovor the ground and all  interested are invited to' be present.  Mayor .Jones left tbe city thie morning for Victoria on business.  ....  Mr. J. Itowley, of Summerland  wat  ��� visitor in the city yesterday on busi-  To Mr. A! L. Lance of tho,A. L. L.  Dairy belongs the honor of being the  first to start a motor delivery for  hulk in Kelowna.  ��   a   *   a  Among tho arrivals on yesterday's  boat from the north wat R. P. McKenzie, of Vanoouver and brother of  G. S. McKenzie. ' Mr. MoKentie hat  taken charge of the drug department  at Trench's store during the absence  of Mr. Trench on account of illness.  ���  ���   .  .  Messrs. S. T. Elliott,, fi. H. Millie,  R. F. Morrison and Alex MoQuarria  left Kelowna on Monday afternoon for  son having bought a ranch there). They. a four days' automobile trip to  ��*r>  are travelling   by road and have     a ritt, Hodlcy, Kamloops and to point*  long journey before them.  in the United Stitte*.  Clever  By Urchard Players  Crowded Home* Attend Opening  of ftovincUJ Tour  If the treratndou* mooes* which  marked the opening laat Monday nit'ht  of the Orchard Players' tow ot '3m  province is to be taken aa a r-ugury  of what it in store for them in other  places, ' then they will indeed have  reason to be proud of their venture.  For both Monday and Tuesday night's  shows all the available accommodation in the Opera Hon** waa booked  long in advance, and the crowd which  packed the hall were certainly not  disappointed in the quality of the entertainment provided for them. Much  has already been said concerning the  personnel of the company, and it vas  expected that with tuch a combination of really experienced and talented  actors the plays which had been selected for reproduction would be In n  died in a creditable manner, but tne  public were hardly prepared for the  brilliant display not only of clever  characterization, but of staging A  management generally.  Monday   night   was   given    up to  David Garrick," with tbe story of  which most play-goers are familiar  Ihe quaint old-world scenes, man-ier-  isnis, and costume* of the early ' ic-  torian period were reproduced in a  way which showed the closest *t::dy.  The genius of Mr. L. Race Dunrobin,  as "Simon Ingot," and of Mr. Vi.i.  Sauter aa "Garriok," were th* outstanding features, while as "Ada Ingot," Mrt. A. L, Soames managed  many difficult situations with an <aae  and skill whioh proclaimed not el ly  an inborn talent, bat the effect of a  long experience. Mr. Soames' "Squire  Chivy" was also exceedingK- well done.  As the lady guests at the famous  dinner, Mr*. Arthur Alwyn (Hra.  Ijegge-WiHie), Mist Mary Dyke*, and  Miss Olive TWrajll, a* tha maid,  each did good work, with th* able  support of Mr. tLegge-Willit, E. Tennyson Collins, and E. J. Gardner.  Preceding "'Garrick" waa a short  sketch by Mr. and Mrs. Legge-Wil'is,  "The Queen's Messenger."  On Tuesday night "The Troth" wa*  produced, and here again nothing but  praise can be bestoyed both upon the  acting and tbe scenery.  There is no doubt that the Orchard  Players will give a good account of  themselves wherever they may -nrmr.  and we expect to hear that their interesting undertaking ha* met with a  warm welcome from all aide*.  Rutland News'  Ohm **> ewa Oramrooafcat.)  Mrs. A. Crowcroft it leaving on Friday's boat for England.  The following officer* of the Methodist Bible Class were elected on Mon-  dayevening.  President.���Mr. Hartley.  Vice-President.���Mr. E. Mngford.  Teacher.���Rev. W. Vance.  Secretary.���Mr. J. Craig.  Treasurer.���Arthur Gray.  Mr. Harry EHridg* of Montana, V.  S.A., accompanied by hit wilt, are  visiting his brother, Mr. G. Eldridge.  Messrs. Brent and Hamilton of the  Kelowna Growers Exchange have been  securing signatures for the growers'  contract, and not only have suoottded  in obtaining the names of all last  years customers, but several new ones.  We hear thet Meter*. D. Barns* and  Frank Prater have told out their interest in.the Pool Room thia week.  The haeinass of th* Kelowna Grocery yesterday patted into tha nana*  of a looal company consisting of  Messrs. D. W. Crowley, F. M. Buck-  land, E. W. Wilkinson,,A. N. Harker.  D. 0. Foster, and Percy Bird, r'in  have purchased the slock rnd goodwill from Mr. F. S. Cottx.  ���      , O    The police last Saturday located the  camp of the New HateHan bank roV  t, two miles back in the woods,  their blanket* being found under a 1<��  alto valiase and fragments of bank  notes. The* ringleader it ttill at large.  bat his capture it very probable. The  rohotr* had Uv*d in Prince Rupert, =833=  Bmmimmm jwii'm. i      . i i m��;i  KELOWNA   RECORD  THBHSDAlk APRIL Ifl, 1914,,  I  .�����##* .�� *�� .* *�� ���* >*****���*  **   . **  '* PROFESSIONAL AND ��*  '*  BUSINESS CARDS "  ��t *��  ���� ���> >* ������ �� ���* ���� >�� ** to ** ..  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notariea Public,  Conveyancer*, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BAKUISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit's Block   ���   Kelottuia, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewet.on Block, Kelowna   -    'Phone 206  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc. C.E., D.L.S., R.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   I^tND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  KELOJBiNH RECORD  Published evwy Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor aud Proprietor  Subncription Bates:  per rear;    76c. six   moatbi.  United  $1.50  Slattit 60 centa additional  All subicriptions payable ta advance.  Advertising Rates:  LODGE NOTICES.   1'UOI KSSIONAI.   CARDS  ETC., 26 cents pit column inch iwr week.  UND AND 'JIMHISH  NOilUES-30 davit.  Sfi  60 davi. 17.  WATER NOTICES-IB lor live Inserttani.  USUAL A1)VKJ(T1S1NG-Kimt    insertion.     12  tent* per  line; each  subsequent insertion,  b  cents per line.  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISEMENTS^ cents p��  word lint insertion,  1 cent per word eb*  ���uliaeinuint inner tion.  DISPLAY    ADVERITSEMENTS-Two    liicnt  and under, 60 oents pur  iiu'h first insertion  over tiro inchee 40 cents per Inch lint In  ���ertion; 20 cents  per  inch    each subuGouem  Insertion.  All change* in contract adv. rtiriem ���ulu musi  be in the hand* ol the printur by Tueidm  evening to ensure publication in the neil  issue.  Subscribers at the regular rate can luwt  sxtra paper, mailed to friende at a distune  at HALF RATE. I.e.. 76 cent* per venr.  This special privilege is granted (or the  purpose oi advertising tho cltv and district.  PIANOFORTE  Hit.  HAROLD   T0U   BOYD  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al tl,. Studio, tfench Block. rUlqwra.  p.o. Box m  RICHARD il.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA l-AND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL KNC1NEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Gut Soc C. E.  Consulting ('.it'll anil lltjilraulic  Engineer  Hi.R. Land Suroeijor  Survey, and R.porta on Irrigation Worka  Applictiona for Water Licena..  KELOWNA. B.C.  H C ROWLEY F REYNOLDS  A.M. In��. C.E.. A.M. C.n. Soc. C.E.        B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cioil Engineers and Land Suroetiors  Water Supply. Irrigation, Subdivision., lie.  3, Crowley Block  P.O. Box 261  PI, .ue 131  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  IENTIST  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. b. o. Meyrick  givet lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  SrUD.i"*-Muri.soi.-Tlioni| son  Block  Although speaking comparatively1 we  in Kelowna are spared most of the  horrors of poverty und starvation  which are only too dreadfully familiar  to those who have lived in tho larger  cities, especially of tho old world, yet  we have at times our cases of distress. In the winter time when work  is scarce, and more especially in a  period of general quiet, such as we  have been experiencing for the past  few months, cases of genuine sickness  and distress arise which call for  liof. Usually in places like Kelowna  such cases aro left to the tender mercies of the neighbors, who probably  find it hard to bear the whole burden,  anil besides may havo troubles'of their  own. It is just hero where the value  of a society like tiie Kolowna Bonoyo-  lent society comes in. and during the  two or three years it has been in existence it would bo hard to estimate  the amount of good work which has  been done. Much of its kindly, work,  indeed, can never be reduced to cold  figures or statistics. One might pay,  as does a little report just handed to  uh, that thirty-six families were relieved, five sets of infant's clothes furnished, about Will pounds of clothing received und distributed, about one hundred visits made to the poor and sick  by members, and seven meetings leld  with an average attendance of 16, but  how little do these meagre (facta ccn-  vey of tho thousand and one little  acts of timely help nnd comfort for  which the energetic and unselfish little band of ladies who form the act-  ive membership have be' n responsible  during the year? , These ladies we  doing a work which otherwise would  full upon the city. On thit account  alone thev should have ready support  from the citizens.  As already stated the distress this  winter has been greater thnn usual,  and the somewhat limited funds nt  the disposal of the Benevolent Society  are proving very inadequate to deal  with even those who are most urgently in need of help. From October 1918  to the present time the total receipts  have been as follows: Grant from  provincial government, $300;  city   council,    $200;  Report of Easter  Exams, at High School  TOTAL MARKS 1000  MATRICULATION CLASS.  Nellie Hereron   Phoebe Brown    Harold   Utter     Bessie Thompson     Almn Mcflcc     ninth's Clower    Gordon Whitehead    ADVANCED CRADF.  Deatrice Campbell    Annie McLennan    715  .lean Kincald    785  Dorothv Leckie     727  Hazel Kitchie  "}'     603  Marjorie Leckie     t)fe'7  Mary Hay    0s6  Hac Montgomery     686  Evm-itt Faulkner     038  Jessie McMillan    020  Everltt Fleming   582  Alice Perry    572  PRELIMINARY CRADE.  Dorothy Evans     756  Gladstone Langille    733  Ruby Raymer     723  Clifford l'iuck    701  Madge Elliott    656  Ralph Ritchie     654  Leo Nowby      610  Cecil Dawson     630  Dick Taylor  i    600  Ewnrt Pattei-Bon    506  Mary Sunder    505  ���lean Murray    1.75  Dan McMillan     409   o   TRANSMUTATION* OF DISEASES  ���Mnie. Victor Henri, a bacteriologist,  has succeeding in creating ,, new species ot microbes, tiie action1 ol which  hits developed a new. form of tliscise.  She subjected the bacilli of antnras to  ultra-violet rays, which changed thorn  from rotl shape to spherical. Tho  transfortnod bacilli were injected into a  guinea pig, the result being a slowly  developing disease of a totally different character from that of anthrax.  Slit- deduces from her discovery the  possibility of evolution jn tin bacterial world as in the animal world nnd  ���xprt'ssttl Ihe opinion that tho multi-  lutles of existing species come from a  few .primitive forms, which have undergone transformation antler the aotion  of the light and have engendered the  varieties of ��� germs responsible for tho  diseases known 'to science.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUNDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  nil estimates given for public Build-  ings.Tov.'n and Country Residences  JO' IN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYEK,  D.V S.  VBTEMNAHY SUHGF.ON  (Cnulu.tr McCill Univaraity)  . Residence : GLENN AVENUE  MriiiRM   mmy   be   left  nt   lh*   office  of  Mesin. Rattenbury & Williams  Mr. W. H.PARKER, A. K.C.O.  (Aaaociat. RimoI Coll... nf Organlala  London, England)  0.-.;..liet   of  St. Michael   ot   All  Angela'  Church, receive. Pupil, for  Orii.i, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at hi. own or pupil.' re.idence.  Special attention to children  r.O. Bo. 641. Telephone 120  AtldreM Abbott Street  3-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chia.M Marchul. and Employment Office  Contract, of every Und vndartaken  5at,ia/aetory aw It .uaranter d  Order of Oddfellows, $30; Irom Orajigo  todge $74; dpnatlona from iincanvass-  ed parties, $39; membership feos aud  members' teas 815; ���. total of $659.  Thnt thc> money is beinjj carefully  expended there is no manner of doubt  hut Buch a Rtnail atim wi'l not In at  long and it is all spent. In a word  the society wants more money, and it  is to be sincerely hope 1 they will get  it. Despite tho bard times cry, few  can resist the call of want and sickness. A few crumbs given to a I��hb  fortunate brother or sister will make  what is loft taste all the sweeter.  In addition lo cash there in a ijfe.it  need of clothing and suoh don.ttions  will gladly be received ly tie f-refli-  fleiil, Mrs. Millie, who will soon find a  use for them.  The society, it might bo mentioned,  consists of 35 members, with Mrs. H.  IT. Millie as president and Mra. P. P.  .losselyn as treasurer, and an executive consisting of Mrs. Weddell, Mrs.  from the T^emon, Mrs. T). D. Campbell, Mrs,  from lndepend'nt Josselyn, Mrs. TCowclifTe, secretary.  HAM CLAPHAM   ,  Who will wrestle tho local favorito (Clarence Eklund) at the Opera House  on Wednesday evening of next week.  The Men*s  Store  will give you satisfaction in  everythieg ��� Quality,   Price  and Service  I am headquarters for  FIT-RITE  TAILORED CLOTHES  and thnt name standi for  Absolute Satisfaction and  Highest Quality materials.  Come in and look over the  new samples. It is wise to  order early, before the best  patterns are sold out.  Prices $20.00 to $50.00  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Cash Clothing Store  WILLITS' BLOCK      KELOWNA  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repaid  BERNARD AVENUE,  XELOWJIA.  Seeing is believing,  Do  not pass the  windows of this store without looking for the latest  grocery bargains.  Every week there is something new;  something you may need; offered  far below the usual price  Watch Our  Windows  THESTQREOFi  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  Houses  To Rent  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  Succeuor to H. Horrock.  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Bur Everything Used ia tho Home  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  &c. I  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W. B. PEASE. S. M. GORE,  Preaident Secretary  IN9UIRIES INVITED  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook   '  on Easy Terms, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount for Caih.  Parts for all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  About Bicycles  We have just bought   over  the  entire  Bicycle Stock & Repair Plant  from Mr. G. F. James, Pendozi Street, and to thia ye have  added a first-class and up-to-date stock-of  the best grades of  Machines 6c Supplies  A CALL OF INSPECTION  will pay you if you are thinking of pur.  chasing a bicycle  Mr. B. C. Call r  has now assumed management of the Repair Dept,  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights oi tht  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Altar-  ta, ths Yukon Territory, tha Nacth-  wast Territories, and in a potttoe al  tha Province of British Columbia, may  ba leased for a term oi tweaty-aae  years at an annual rental oi fl am  Not mors than 3,8M asses  will be leased to on* appUaant.  Application for tha lease must bt  mads by tht applicant in person to.  the Agent or Sub-Agent oi the distriot  in which ths rights applied lot an  situated.  In aunreyed territory tha land But  bt described, by aaotions, or legal Mb-  divisions ol sections, and la uatarsajr-  td territory tha timet appttsd he  11 bt staked   out by tha apattsaat  Eaoh application must bt  panisd by a' fat ot-16 wbiah will bt  rttundtd ii tht right. . appM for  art not available, but tu* ttawsrltt.  A royalty shall bt paid em tht aatr-  ohantabls output o! tha raise at tha  rata of llvt ssnta psr ton.  Tha person operating, tha bub* shall  furnish tht sgsut with sworn returns  aooounting lor.: tha lull quantity oi  merchantable eoal mined and pay tht  royalty thereon. II tht eoal mining  rights art. aot being operated, tush  returns should bt lumishsd at least  onos a year.  Tha lsass will include ths eoal mining rights only, bat tha lease, may  bt permittod to purchase whatever  available surlacs rights may bt considered necessary <for tht working oi  the mine at ths rate of $10 an aere.  For full information application  ahould be madt to tht stcrttary of  tht Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  ol Dominion lands,  W. W. OOBY.  Dsputy Miniatsr ol ths Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorised publication oi  thia advertleimtnt will not bt    paid  BARRED ROCK EGGS  Setting. lor'Sale from 1st Prist Laying  strain - -   $I.S0 for 13  D, MACfiARLAME. OWan Ave.  13-11* V^mmmmmmaamimm  mmmmwmmmmmm^  THiWlSDAT, APRIL It, Mil  pat*w*ammmMmmm&aBB*msm  wmmeaem  ��� ���  I> -  Here's a New Book  on /mfflw^i  Scientific Management  '��*%,���  '*<&>,  I  . /~\R, to be more specific,  a book dealing with that  important phase of Scientific'Man-.  agement which hat to do with the economy of floor space in the factory, store, warehouse,  garage, hotel or printing plant.  Tkit Book tells a story of how these failures might have  vital interest to every progres- been turned into successes,  sfve Duiinesi nun.   It points       If.it is the meant of help-  the way to increased profit, ing you solve some knotty  through greater efficiency. Il problem in your own bmi-  layi bare the causes of many ness, we will feel that it has  business failures and shows accomplished its object.  OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY  - iiMirto  60 BAY ST., TORONTO  Fill in and mail this  eourjontTO-DAY. Do  not put it olf until another time. Better tear  it off and mail NOW,  while the thought is fresh  in your mind. -  ^COUPON "N 61."  Please send me your Book.  ���    Name...   I    Address    I  If Its Made of Leather  '    WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our .lock of New and Second-Hand Harne...   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pads and Back Pads.       They can be washed.  WATER STREET  THOMLINSON  Harness Maker  Store adjoining the 25c .tore  KELOWNA  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent s Tailor  Agents for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season'*  Gooda  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Opposite Kelowna Furniture Co. KELOWNA  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS    IZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  .   104  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale od the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted' thia apring with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Eaay Term*: One-Fifth Caah, oalance to auit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The BeIgo-Cana��dian Fruitlands,  ear  A remarkably prosperous season last  year, an immense growth in membership and a fine prospect for future  operations were brought out at the  annual meeting of the Salmon Arm  Farmer's Exchange held last week, at  Salmon Ann.  The financial statement and balance sheet showed tbe handsome profit of *4,801.03 over and above all  expenses, and after having written off  more than 9650, for depreciation on  buildings and plant. This, added to  last year's balance, makes a net surplus of &5,4S9.01.  The association handled a total of  ��U8,470.4O worth of business during  the last year, of whioh fruit and produce shipped totaled $11,313.74. anl  supplies handled 067,166.67. The average cost of handling supplies was 0 1-3  per cent., and of handling fruit and  produce 3jj per ce'nt^  The Salmon Arm Farmers' K.v;rtana;o  has now four hundred and six shareholders, an inorease of two hundred  and twenty-two oyer the number on  the books at the close of USsiness  last year. The exchange was able to  make for its members very material  savings on such staple commodities as  bran, shorts, coal oil, flour, eto., and  handled a total of sixty-five carloads  of supplies during the year's operations. The profit on \he supplies department was $4,731.23.  Two main objects of the association  as set forth in the annual report of  the manager, George G. Barber, aro as  follows:  A.���To pack and market the produce  of our members in such a manner as  lo build up a reputation for Salmon  Arm produce, and thus obtain the  best possible prices.  B.���To carry on a central educational work amon? the shareholders to the  end that our fanners might be more  directly interested and acquainted with  the matter that pertains to the mercantile world, in'arder that the financial and social life of the community may bo enlarged and benefitted.  LIMITED  Salmon Arm  HaiProsi  LONDON'S CHANGES  A great London land deal was effected last week when a contract vas  signed whereby S. If. Derbyshire acquired the whole of Lord Howard de  Walden's 'Regent Pork estate for  something over ��2,500,000,  This is one of the largest transfers  of London property that has over ���taken place, at least within living memory, for the total extent of the estate  is 62J acres. It oontoins 750 houses,  divided among some twenty streets.  The streets stretch almost from Lord's  cricket ground to Primrose Hill, having 1,000 yards frontage on Regent's  Park ftnd partly overlooking thi Zoo  logical Gardens. A police station, St.  Stephen's church, four large schools  and eight public houses are within the  area.  Mr. Derbyshire is a director of several companies and senior partner of a  firm of chartered acoountants, but in  this purchase he is acting for himself  alone. Apparently his intention is to  demolish the old-fashioned buiMin.rs  and convert this part of London into  n now JTayfair,  Lumby Fanners will  take up Dairying  At a meeting of the ranchers of the  Lumby district, held laat week, a decision was reached to branch V>ut from  the exclusive raising of hay, and to  takcup diversified farming and dairying. Those present subscribed for  115 grade cows, which will be imported from Ontario this spring, and  by next season it is hoped to operate  tho Lumby dairy, which was profitably operated before the prioe of hay  went up, and induced the farmers to  soli., their cows, thereby decreasing the  milk supply until' the dairy had to  be closed,  W. Scott Allan and J. W. Hayward,  directors of the Vernon Fruit Union,  attended the meeting from Vernon and  made addresses on the inadvisability  of specialized farming, and urged mixed farming. The advantages 'of the  central selling agency and the. co-operative system of marketing were also  crone into. Some 20 Lumby growers  already sell through the Central, and  some of them told of their satisfactory  returns. A farmers' Institute was also formed at the meeting, with a charter membership of 28. W. Gibson was  chosen as secretary to apply for the  charter.  BABBITS RAVAGE FORESTS  At a recent conference of forestry  branch officials at Ottawa, the, inspectors of Dominion Forest Reserves unanimously agreed that thousands of  acres of young trees "in these reserves  have been destroyed by rabbits in the  last couple years. The bark of poplar, jack pine and spruce scorns to be  equallrvncccptable to these rodents and  in many places so completely havo the  trees been stripped of bark at the  base df the trunks that they have the  appearance of a. whitewashed forest.  Especially do tho rabbits like the  young tender treo.-seedlings in the forest reserve nurseries, and -in one instance some thousands of green ash  transplants were entirely consumed in  one night.  It is hnrd to realize the great lumbers of these rabbits in tbe west in  some seasons, yet-the rapidity with  which they increase seems, strangely,  to bo one of the reasons for thoir periodic decline in numbers for the western Indians state that the disease  which almost exterminates them every  seven years or so is- due primarily to  starvation through lack of sufficient  food.  . The Australians were put to the necessity, of building a wire fenco almost  across their continent to protect their  crops from the rabbit plague there.  The forestry branch has a similar pro-  b!om in protecting tne forest crops in  the west from devastation. It was  onne proposed to put a little "/ire  fence around each tree planted, but  forest is not on orchard, and some  more practicable preventive will have  to be found for the annual destruction  caused by rabbits on the thirty-six  thousand square miles contained in  Dominion forest reserves.  w  paamm  One hundred thousand dollars was  set aside by directors of the Panama-  Pacific exposition for the furtherance  of a world's polo tournament���tbe first  ever held,; it is said.  MAKING THE SAILS THAT ARE TO   DEFEND   SAILING   HONORS  'Three syndicates are now building yachts that will soon take part in  the elimination races, the winner of which will defend tho America Cup.  The designers are now busy in getting all the details of construction in  concrete form. One of the most :mportant features of a vessel of this type  is the aail end this picture shows the workmen busy making tha sails lor  tne cup defender "Defiance". These sails are being made by Wilson aud Sile-  by of Boston, which firm enjoys an international name as designers of sails  for .the fastest vessels afloat. They say these sails promise to get all that  ia to be had out ot tke available breeses.  J; A. MORRISON &CO.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompeesi Co.J  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Haetsag,  Ventilating Systems, Pump*, Ktc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office aod Shop:  Coatee, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C  High-Class White Rocks  A few .citing, from specially selected pea, headed by  Beat Male in American Class  at Kelowna Show, mated with ai* splendid pullets, including FIRST  PRIZE breeding pen, First and Second Pullet.  $5.00 per 15; Utility, $2.00 per 15  Apply Woodhatch Poulhy Farm  Rural Route No. I, Kelowna  Plain & Reinforced Concrete  Brick and Steel  Buildings and Structures  We are Engineers (or the design  and construction of such work,  and solicit your patronage.  Estimates   cheerfully   furnished  B. P. LITTLE CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.  Contracting Engineer!  Heweltou & Mantle Block PHONE 36  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE ALL. DAIRY  A. LANCE      -      Proprietor  CREAM, BUTTER. EGGS, &c  Special Cows for Infants  OUR STORE on Pendt zi Street (north of Kclowna Furniture store), is now  open snd well equipped for the eale of Dairy Produce. Orders left there will be  -~ promptly attended to  Two Deliver!,-. Daily Dairy Telephone, 27  TERMS CASH KELOWNA, B.C.  Auction  Sale  at Stockwell's Auction Rooms  Saturday, April 18  2 o'clock p.m.  All my stock of  Shade and Fruit Trees  without any reaerve whatever, consisting of the following varieties  Apple Trees  Mcintosh Red   Jonothan   Yellow Newtown   Delicious  Grimes Golden    Wealthy   Wagner   Spitzenberg  Spy    Hyslop Crab    Transcendent Crab  Pear Trees  Flemish Beauty    Bartlett    Sheldon    Clappe Favorite  Shade Trees  Carolina Poplar       Russian Poplar       Golden V illow  Ash Leaf Willow   Laburnum   Catalpa   Butternut  Norway Maple    Manitoba Maple   Acacia  Scotch Pine Black Walnut  Hedge Plants  Caragana       English Privet  TERMS: Omen af real estate caa hare six  J. C. STOCKWELL, Owner awl Auctioneer =3==  ^���F*  '"T^isr. ,'.**~r-r~  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, APBIL 16, Wl^.  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for .  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh    Delict jus    Spitzenberg    Wealthy  Jonathan     King David    Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlett Du Cornice  PLUMS  Brads!.aw       Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Our  S'.ock  his  Won   Its  Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  We have what you want���  O-Cedar Mops and Polish  Carpet Sweepers and  Vacuum Cleaners  Curtain Stretchers  Liquid Veneer  In fact, everything to make housecleaning easy  Morrison-Thompson  44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  Phone'  ����  ENGRAVING-.  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK -  MANurACrrmtD in western Canada  AOEBITS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  ; School Children's Eyes  , supply  : Their  Intellect ���  \  Defective eyes stunt the mind  | Can you expect fair progress  ] in school or success in  , business if so handicapped?  Examination of children for  glasses is a special feature of  our Optical Department  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinda of Light  Hauling.   Prompt  I    attention given to  all ordera    -  W.P.Meredith   ���   Prop  Phone 65  or call at A.Coi'a Second-hand Store  Excavating and  Well Driving  SCEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  DRAINS  by day or contraot  C. LANCASTER  Cawaton Ave. P.O. Boi Ml  OWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. L. Elliott is paying a  ^irfit to  Enderby.  ��   ���  ���   *  Lisle Coatea was ft passenger to Pentioton on Saturday.  * ���   ���   ���  Mr. anil Mrs.  Kerr went down     to  Penticton on Friday.  ��   t  ��� '��  Hov. J. C. Switzcr is visiting Neai-  les, Arrow Lake, for a few days.  ��   ���   ���>   ��  N. 1). MoTavish is visiting Victoria  for a few days.  * ���   ���   ���  Rev. J. Knos Wright, secretary     of  the B. C. Auxiliary    of the Canadian  Bible society     is in tho city in cunnoc-  tion with the work of his Bociety.  ��  *   ��  ���  L. V. Kogei-H, principal of the high  school left Kelowna on Monday lo  attend tho school teacherB convention  at Vancouver, whieh started on Tuesday.  ��   *   ft   ��  Wo aro glad to see that Frank Knip-  ton, who it wan feared was in for a  serious illness is about again, though  not quite recovered.  * *   *   ��  Mr. B. T. ('ail, who recently opened  a cycle repair shop on Bernard avenue has joined tho firm of .Tames &  Trunwith, and wilt have charge of the  bicycle repair department.  * ���   ���  ���  Ladies working for tho talent fund  of the Ladies' Hospital Aid are asked  to remember that the annual talent  tea will be held in June, particulars  will ho given at' a later date.  * ��   ���   ��  The Raster services in the English  church on Sunday morning were unusually well attended, and the present  seating accommodation was taxed to  the   limit.       So great was the crush  that improvised seats had to be used,  * ��   *   *  A number of tho city streets are  being planted with trees under the  supervision of Messrs. Palmer & Rog-  orson of the Richter street greenhouses  The streets affected are Glenn avenue  (Norway Maple) Richter street north,  (Carolina Poplar) Paul street (Carolina poplar) Abbott street and Park  avenue (Norway Maple). Over 1250  trees in all aro being put in. They  aro of n superior quality and were  grown by Messrs. Stewart Bios., of  Glenmore.  * *   ��   ���  Dr. Spencer, well known in temperance and moral reform work in Canada will give a lecture on "Shall thero  be a Banish the Bar Crusade in British Columbia?" on Tuesday evening,  May nth, in the Methodist church. The  meeting will bo hold under the auspices of the W. C. T. V., and Unity  Lodge, No. 08 of" the International  Order of Good Templars will attend in  a body, giving up their meeting for  that night. I>r. Spencer will be supported by the ministers of the ofier-  ent churches in the city.  Mr. G.   Slater was a passenger   on  yesterday's boat bound for England.  ��  *  ���  ���  D. A. Cameron and family have gone  to Penticton    whore thoy will   reside  in future.  ���   ���   ���   ���  Mr. and Mrs. J. Thibault and fam:  ily have moved to Edmonton,  thoy expect to locate.  where  Dr. W. II. GaddeB, who has been in  tho city a week returned to San Diego  Calif., on Monday.  ��� ���  ���   ���  Mrs. and Miss Purvis havo1 gone to  Okanagan Centre where they intend  to spond the summer on Mr. Purvis*  fruit ranch.  ��� t  ���  ���  Mr. T. H. Andrews, of Calgary, who  has been visiting his daughter, Mrs.  J. BiiM, returned home on Tuesday.  ��� ��  ��   ��  A. E. Stevens, assistant general superintendent of tho C.P.R., with offices  at Vancouver, passed through the city  on Saturday on a tour of inspection.  ��� ���  ���  ���  The Women's Auxiliary of St. Michael's church aro requested to meet at  Mrs. Crawford's house on Saturday  afternoon next 18th inst., and to  bring in their Lenten Offering. Tea  will be served during tho afternoon for  the benefit of the church fund.  ��  *   ft   ���  The Political lyjuality League meets  on Thursday evening, April 25th next  week, at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. G()re, near the steam laundry. Tho subject, "Militancy" will bo  treated historically by Mrs. Macready.  An interesting discussion is expected.  Visitors welcomed as well as mombors.  ��� ���  *   ���  At the City Polioe court yesterday  Lumlock, a well known Chinese resident, Robt McKay, Noel Ellison and  Waiter Sorsby were fined the costs of  the court and ordored to pay the dog  license fee of $5.00 for neglecting to  pay the license. We are requested to  state that any person owning ~ J dog  muBt pay the license fee of $5.00 at  once and that unl ss this is done  Chief Sutherland will take proceedings  against parties infringing tho law.  ��  *   ��   ���  A casual visitor to the greenhouse of  II. D. and B. Lysons. Ethel street,  would be impressed with the large  number of small tomato plants that  occupy ��� considerable space there. Mr.  Lysons started three years ago vith  planting 75,000 of these plants, bat  this year he has 300,000 whioh will  be sold to farmers in the district. In  addition to tomatoes Mr. Lysons has  gone in for cabbages, and there are  about 50,000 scattered about the  greenhouse. Cucumbers, too, form a  part of hia stock in trade, and* 33,000  were shipped out last year. Later on  in the season a considerable number  of flowering plants will be potted for  local lovers of the beautiful.  HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW PARASOL  lame Fashion is as industrious as ever in changing styles over night  and making the change bo absolute that the slave to fashion must  either "dig" again or sink into the realm of disqualification. Having mad*  raclioal reverses in dress fashions, and changing the hat from straw end  every other usual material to patent leather, the parasol has now received  its redressing. It made its first appearance at the southern resort and  when the city heat has driven the fashionables to the seashore, it will add  oolor and uniqueness to the other attractions, This picture, taken alt Nice  France, shows the latest styles to be worn and one of the young ladies is  carrying one of the new parasols, vhioh are now in vogue. Note how you  can adjust the parasol to meet the rays ol the sun without having to tire  your arm by holding it on a slant, ,.,...  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  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now  completely equipped to supply all   your  lumL:r needs.  i '��� ���,*���������-���'; "V  V'e have now a lurjfc stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  liiuli  tirade  qiinlllv anil in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  E.tiinataa Furniahed on all kinda oi building a.      Reaidancaa and Modem  Bungalow, a Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I hava a iull Una oi interior daeoratione, correlating oi tha lateet and moat up*  to.daaa wait henginga.    Call and inapect my etock oi Wallpapera and get nay  eetimate on your apring painting and decorating.  Qty and country patronage aolicited  COAL  COAL  Famous. Taber Smokeless Lump nnd  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W.HAUG  'Phone ��� 66 mm  THURSDAY, APBI1Y 16, 1914.  ���&''   J  l'l''    "        - ', ||  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian and new Engliah Ckurchea)  CUT FLOWERSc,m $3?.if���  POT PLANTS  CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Phone 88 PALMER  &   ROGERSON P.O.Box II7  - THE -  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doora north of Bank oi Montreal)  English Cooking.  Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, Sic.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  WonrJ I Dry Pine and Fir'' 6"in<  �� V   mmW%ew \a�� ��� Guaranteed drv wood ready ior burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks.. .$2.75 rick   Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town ' TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders msy be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  '    (Phone 98)  \W/ ///rf Jiii jha  Granaries  That Increase Profits  sre tke ones that are right on your own farm.  IDs? ye tbe kind that enable you to hold your  gnu, 'without storage charges or watte from ran or  other rodents, until you can obtain th* best prices. They  tre (he kind that need ao repair, and last a lifetime.  Thaw m the kind that  Ara Built af Concrete  Csncrcte attar wears out It's the farmer"! bett grain  Msuranee agsmrt lost fnm fire, rodeatt or any other,  cause.  "y^trnx mM Fsnasr can do with Concrete" is the tide  af a bss book that shows how you can build  better (wiUings on ths farm with concrete, and  ave moiiey by the operation. Write for it today.  Pamer*. lali,Mlt|��� !�����,    ,  fsssdsffsatCss^tsyllaliW  * IM mamU NMI�� VmaXmm     YVfS  GILLETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  Amusements  ANOTHER BIO PROGRAM  la inturla'amcnl will bo g'r.en by  the Kclowna troop ol Boy Knouts in  lire Opera HnuHs on Thjrsday, Ap:-il  30th, ut 8.30 p.m., sharp. Tha program will' consist of song, sketch and  gymnastic, display, with an illustration of on-} of the teats for membership, etc. and the whole will' be sus-  lainvd entirely by tho boys.  The members of -the troop, whore  motto is "Be Prepared" havo been  practising their various "turns" for  many weeks and tho result will undoubtedly be a first class entertainment. Seats may be booked at Crawford's store at the usual prices $1.00  75 and 50 oents.  MARKETING OF EGGS  A carload of eggs was recently shipped from Alberta to the eastern provinces and tho incident is boing cited  as proof of what Alberta can do in  mixed farming. As a matter of fact  it is known that eggs have been shipped from Saskatchewan to Ontario;  brought back again and sold to Saskatchewan purchasers.  A farmer in the Lloydrninster district having a number of eggs to sell  thought he would mark one of them  in order to enable it to bo traced. He  did so, writing in pencil the name  "Lloyduiinsler" and tho date. The egg  travelled to a commission house in  London, Ont., wbere it was packed  and in the course of time, found its  way back to Saskatchewan retail store  not more than 100 miles from Lloyd-  minster where some person happened  to note the pencilling. Manifestly  there is something wrong with our  marketing methods.���Moose Jaw News  MILITIA EXPENDITURE  At the opening of the house yesterday the minister of militia gave F.  Pardee, chief Liberal whip, a statement of the total militia expenditures,  excluding pensions for each . ear since  18110. In 1806-7 the amount was 32,  478,179.. In 1901 it rose to Sr3,'l 8,-  717. In 1004-5 thore was an increase  of about one million dollars, and vin  1907-8 the militia expenditures totalled 88,871,307. The last three years  the amounts wore: 1910-11, $7,009,822:  1911-12, $7,724,948'; 1912-13 $13,272,759  Manager Din?an has secured "L'r-  sus", the Hercules of Canada to give  van exhibition of feats of, strength as  an extra attraction at the-'show on  Tuesday next. Mr. Duncan has witnessed the performance of Ursus and  can personally vouch that the feats  are all genuine and not mere* ' stage  tricka. He is n remarkably well developed young man and his work is  clever and entertaining. He claims to  be tho strongest man in America today.  Tho program of pictures is a    long-  ono and one of    unusual  merit,     including "Checkers" the faiirpus xt\v\x\  drama, produced    by the "All Star |  cornponv and played by lead nr Rroa&J  way atars.     The book has, be-n r&4  by ihoiiHunds and the stage play   h  had a number of successful long season runs, and haB also been regarded  as one of the best drawing cards  of  the legitimate atugo.   The film version  goss into much more of thi story than  the stage production,  and  the     paddock scene, which was taken at a I rrge  race track at Havre De Groce, Maryland, is said to bo exceptionally good.  Thia  big special  program  also     includes two vory amusing comedies.  CLARENCE EKLUND  Who will meet Sam Clapham at   the  Opera House, Wednesday, April 22nd.  POST OFFICE ORDER SUSPENDED  COCOANUTS OF CI3YL0N  The natives of Ceylon eat one and a  half million cocbanuts a day. Thoro  are sixty million cocqanut trees on this  inland, and tho surplus production of  nuts is chiefly used to make oopa, tho  dried "meat" of tho nut, which is n  valuable source of vegetable oils. It is  estimated that thero are produced  yearly 600,000 to 700,000 tons of copra, valued at siuty-five million dollars, quarter of the world's production  comes from the Philippine Islands.  It is the intention of the Hospital  directors to lay out the ground immediately in front of the hospital to  lawn and flower beds, and donations  of plants for this purpose would be  gladly received. Any such donatious  may be left at 1*. Iitirns it Co.'s store  for delivery at the hospital. To be  of service these donations should be  mado as soon as possible after the  Stat of this month.  The recently issued order by tho  post office department that all letters  containg coin which were transmittal through tho mails were to be sent  to the dead letter office unless registered, has been suspended.    The   new  filiation caused much adverse Jriti-  eism throughout tbe country, and a  day or two ago tho Deputy Minister  stated that amodnts up to $1 would  bo accepted unregistered. An order  has now boon given out thnt lottors  containing coin are to Ire forwarded in  the regular mails. At the post office  a large number of letters which infring  ed the rule wero sent to the dead  letter office and eventually returned to  their senders. Tho amended regulation will be in force Indefinitely.  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  Notioe iB hcrdby given that tho first  sitting of the Annual Court of Revision of the Municipality of the City of  Kelowna, will be held in the Council  Chamber, Bernard avenue, Kelowna, B.  C, on Monday, the Eleventh day of  May, 1914, at ten o'olock in the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing ooin-  plaints against the assessment as  made by tho Assessor, and for rovising  and correcting the assessment roll.  Q. H. DUNN,  City Clerk's office City Clerk.  Kelowna, B.C.  April 4th, 1914. 40-24  OH, LADY OF TUB TELEPHONE  1 hoard it froiu tho telephone: "the  line is busy now!" It seemed a vory  haughty tone. A frown was on my  brow. I pictured a disdainful lass  engaged in chewing gum and hating  voices as they passed ' ncath her  mighty thumb. I saw her fluffing her  back hair' and powdering her nose.  While I was pranoing in despair she  took hor sweet repose. The vision  roused my anger so, I hurried down  to find this obdurate and sneering foe,  resolved to speak my mind. I found  hor, and that awful scone a memory  strange awakes. She seemed, amid  those ropes of green, a lady charming  snakes. Sho tossed a plug into the  air and made it hit the spot. Hor  marksmanship would bring despair to  anv rifle-shot, \As twenty pooplo buzzed and stormed she answered their  demands. She seemed to have, as she  performed, at least a dozen hands. I've  soon men hold the wondrous sway that  chocks the howling mob. I'vo followed  Paderewski'a play and hoard the grand  stand sob. The lightning calculators  skill has mystified my brain, and higglers' tricks have brought a .thrill  whioh I cannot explain. But there  is one who oould be known as boss  of all the crew. Oh, Lady of the Telephone, my hat it off to you I  The Falling off in Egg Yield  will Begin Soon  And the Price Goes Up  Special Poultry Grit at the special price of 2 I-4c. per lb.-$2 sack  Fifty pound bag of Charcoal.   Special at $2  Fifty pound bag of Alfalfa Meal.   Special at $2  KEEP YOUR HENS BUSY  KELOWNA GROWERS'EXCHANGE  Phone 29  Visit���  CAMPBELL'S  CORNER GROCERY  this week.   We want to supply you  with everything that's good to eat and  save you money  SUNBEAM TEA  THE TEA  The Tea that satisfies.   If you have not tried it, insist  on having a trial package this week.    ITS GOOD!  I -lb. pkt, 50c     3-lb. tin, $ 1.45     5-lb. tin, |2.40  SPECIALS FOK THE WEEK  Model Flour, the best of all High-Grade Floura...49-lb, sack, $ 1.65  Evaporated Fruit.   All lines have taken a sha.p advance.  We quote especially good quality Prunes 2-lba. 25c  Dried Peaches. Extra choice California Dried Peaches.2-lbe. 25c  Carnation Lard Substitute 10-lb. pail, $1.50  Baking Powdsr.   Extra quality White Star Baking Powder.  12-oz. tin 20c      21-Ib.tin 50c      5-lb. tin 93c  Kipper Herring.    Large tins Kipper Herring.   Each 15c  Wsgstaff's Pure Jams���Strawberry, Black Currant, Plum. Extra  Special 75c. each  Robertson's Pure Raspberry Jam 5Jb. pail, 75c  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Ok 1  Phone Throe Ok!  * nrsaTTi'i niii.iiiiii���  |   ' ' ���"���'     '    ��� -1  KELOWNA   RECORD  THUBBDAY, APBIL 16, 19)4.  i   t   '.".ill' Hi'    i' .  AUSTRALIA  REVOLTS AGAINST  MILITARY SERVICE  AuHiruli.i i.s in revolt aga!n3t thu  forsL'd military survico which Lord  Roberts und his friends aro so ��nx-  iou�� to Introduce in England. The  Strength of thu movement against  compulsory training in tho Commonwealth can be judged by tho extraordinary figures whieh John W. Harry,  of the Australian Freedom League has  just received h\\ cable from Melbourne.  There nre 122,000 under training and  the prosecutions to date under tho Aus-  truliun Defence Act have reached the  enormous total of 21,300���o or 17 per  ctnt.���while 8400 persons havo been  went to "military detention" in fortress, etc.. These figures are official,  und were issued by the Commonwealth  Defense department] They show how  the Introduction of a form of conscription is rcgardnd by a British raco and  afford an indication of the foelin? that  would be aroused In Great Britain if  the militarists wcra successful in starling compulsory service there.  FIRST PRINTER'S DEVIL  In tho early days of printing this  art was much of a mystery and ignorant people thought the printer evoked  the aid of the-power of evil. Aldus  Manutius, the famous Italian printer  of tho sixteenth century, went to  Africa on nn exploring expedition ond  brought back with him a very black  negro ��� boy. Negroes were a rarity  then. The report Immediately gained circulation th.it the printer had  been employing the Black Art in the  work and that the pickaninny was in  reality an imp of Satan, lie was call-  (d the "Little ttlnck Devil." The  charge became so serious that the  printer was forced to exhibit.the no-  trro in public. In his announcement  he said:  "Be it known ,to Venice that 1,  .Mdus Manutius, printer to the lloly  Church nnd to the Doge, have this day  made public exposure of the Printer's  Devil. All those who think hois not  flush and blood come and pinch him."  And that is how the term "Printer's  devil" had it origin.���New York* -Sun.  REVISION OF PRAYER BOOK  The Archbishops and Bishops of the  Church of England in Canada, with  the lesser dignitaries and leading laymen who constitute the general prayer  book, revision committee, will assemble  In Toronto, newt week to receive the  report of the select commit to j appointed to revise the book of common prayer which concluded it-* sittings at St.  Catherines,some months since. Tho  deliberations wild be held in camera,  and a final draft of the n-vised prayer bogk will be passed upon for presentation to the general synod to be  held in Vancouver, next September. It  is understood that the revision proposals are by no means drastic.  SMOKING HURTS ARTERIES  . Dr. .1. John, of Dortmund, Germany  has been making u special study o-  the Influence of tobacco smoking on  tho circulation of the rblcod.  The Journal of tho American Medical Association sums up his conclusions by saying his measurements indicate that the smoking of two "medium" cigars causes characteristic alterations in arterial pressure. "Tho  essential feature in the nicotine effect  on the vasomotor apparatus consist:!  in a constrictor stimulus to the vessels which results in increases tonus.  The behavior of the pulse-rate is  variable. Eight or ten Russian cigarettes give a ivasomotor result corn-  Payable with two medium cigars.  These experiments confirm the widely current impressions that nicotine  can produce changes in tho coats .)f  the arteries. Therefore any ono with  a tendency to hardening of the arteries ought to be extremely moderate in  his use of tobacco.  Harry Harowitz, Louis Rosenberg,  Frank GiroHoi and Frank Seidenshei-  mcr, the quartette of gunmen, convicted for the death of Herman Rosenthal, died in *tho,electric chair nt the  Sing Sing prison nt daybreak on Monday. None of the mon confessed to  guilt, nnd none mentioned tho name  of Charles Becker, the former police  lieutenant, found guilty of instigating  the murder, whose life was .saved by  the reversal of his sentence nt tho  Court,-of Appeals.  BOTTOMLESS LAKE >  DISCOVERED IN ROCKIES  BY FORESTER  In the heart of the snow-clad Rockies, hundreds of miles west of Edmonton, lies a lake whose waters are always troubled, into which a large river flows but out of which there iB no  visible exit. The leader of a forest  survey party Bent out by the Dominion Forestry Brnneh to examine ths  forests in this wild region states that  tho Indians shun this lake as the  abode of evil spirits, and, Ho give credence to this superstition, from time  to time deep rumblings may bo heard  where far below the surface the water  swirls through tho hidden outlet. The  river that enters tho lake rushes from  a subterranean cave many miles down  the valley, the portal of which no man  has ever passed.  This summer the Dominion Forestry  Branch sent eight survey parties ir.to  the forests of the far west, and ihe  story of them' experiences reads 'iko  fiction. One party spent tho summer  in the wild region of northern Manitoba; three parties were in the hill  Country of Saskatchewan, north of  Prince Albert: one party waB in the  Rockies all summer; another was cut  off from civilization for several months  in the low-lying muskeg region of northern Alberta near Lesser Slave Lake,  and two parties explored the remote  upland plateaus of the Railway Belt  of B.C. As ono of the party chiefs  writes; "A forester needs.to be*here,  besides all other professional titles,  a real bushmnn, an axe-man and a  jumper."  Tho total area examined last summer was 11,000,000 af.res^ vet this is  but one branch of the Dominion Forestry Branch's work of segregating nnd  securing, for the proper uso of the  present generation and posterity, the  vast areas of mature timber, young  reproduction anrJ fire-senrred brule, lying between the prairies nnd the barren lands in the great north west.  ���  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans ond Estimates  Finishing woik a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  WRESTLING  BsacaGai  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  Wednesday, April 22nd  arence  Eklund  Middleweight champion cf Cenada  Versus  Sam Clapham  Light Heavyweight champion of England  Terms: Finish match at catch weights.   Best two falls.  ,   Toe hold barred  Extra athletic attraction as preliminary  URSUS: The Canadian Hercules  will  give an exhibition of muscular development and perform a number of his  marvellous feats of strength   '  a  Popular Prices, 50c, 7 5c, $ I. Ringside, $1.50  Reserved seats at Crawford's store  7,000 Gallons of BAPCO products supplied in one order  to New Vancouver Hotel  BAPCO Pure Paint  Made in B.C. Covers 25 per cent, more  surface than ordinary cheaper paints  and Outwears them by years.  BAP-LAC  The Latest Art Color*. Finest Floor  and Fjrniture Finish.  Lawn Mowers  " Salt Sharpening" blades of genuine  Sheffield Steel���the beat and toughest  steel known,  Screens  Screen Doors and Windows.,  Fishing Tackle  This line cannot fail to interest  and please you. AH brand new  stock; and a complete range.  Tents  All size*. Gamp cots, reclining chairs,  &c.   Complete camper's outfits.  Builders' Hardware  Our stock of Builders' Hardware is large,  and contains new designs, new finishes.  You ahould look at t.'nis line if you are  building.  Hardware:  YOU have a cheerful hefiroom TCO.  HIGH-GRADE OFFICE FURNITURE  Roll Top  Desks  Sanitary Desks. Quartered oak writing bed  1 J-inB. thick, 5 ply.  All corners mitred,  showing figure d wood  r ?ht to the corner.  Very high class finish  $48  Flat Top  Desks  Sanitary Desk. Quartered oak writihg bed  IJ ins. thick, 5-ply.  Three-ply quartered  oak panels all around.  In sizes, $30 and $35  Typewriter  Desk  to match above, $37  Office  Furniture  Arm Chairs nnd office  Tillers in quartered  oak, $12   tp   $16.50  Office RuffS   A splendid line of the moat suitable floor covering* to select from  Our stock of Rugs is new and complete The latest shades & pattern designs  Hammocks (special) $*2.     Good colors and atrongly made.  Bamboo Porch and Verandah Shades 6,8, lOand 12 ft. width*  GRASS CHAIRS, &c, direct from Hong Kong. Roomy and comfortable  Home-Dwellers:  If you want to be a happy, cheerful family, have  CHEERFUL bedrooms. Have your bedroom furniture  and rugs new and attractive, your beds pretty and comfortable. People feel better and work better in the day  time if they have restful, pleasant bedrooms. If you  come to us, we can furnish you a bedroom in perfect  taste and comfort, and our PRICES will be reasonable  enough not to disturb your slumbers.  Dalgleish & Harding  Furniture THURSDAY, APBIL 16, 1914.  KEUWN A  RECORD  em-  Our List of  POULTRY FOOD  mjnirr ��w.,ai tnumr am p,r<^a��-ai  I lb. or 100 lbs.  WHOLE WHEAT  CRUSHED WHEAT  WHOLE CORN  CRUSHED CORN v  BONE MEAL  CRUSHED BONE  OYSTER SHELL  BEEF SCRAPS  POULTRY TONIC  CHICK FOOD  Specially for young chicks  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Fire Proof construction Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The kind that guarantee* your success  Timothy and Clover Seed for sale      '  We are agent* for the '  " De Laval" Cream Separators  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  NEW GOODS THIS WEEK  ',.       .  j ��m    i t.  Baby  Carriages  New Carpets  We have just received a large new shipment comprising some  beautiful example* of the weaver'* art.   Call in and see them  Kelowna Furniture Co.  BASEBALL  KELOWNA WINS OPENING EXHIBITION FROM SUMMERLAND  The baseball season opened in Kelowna on Friday last, when the Okan-  agnn College aggregation made their  appearance hero and were treated to  a 6 to 5 defeat at the hands of tho  locals.  The game was called at 4 o'olock  and at the very start Kelowna began  score and tne tarst inning netted them  three run,; while the visitors rait  out in the one-two-three order.  In opening the second inning a 'ty  ball hit to right field was missed and  then someone shouted "look at the  airship" and during the remainder of  that inning the locals seemed to bo  unable to get their opties focused low  enough to see the ball and all took a  hand in either missing the ball or  throwing it away. However the inning  finally came to a close with the score  5 to 3 in favor of the Collegians.  After this the game became more  sternly contested and each team miss-  no opportunity to take advantage of  any mistake the opposition made.  Kclowna tied the score in the seventh and held th? visitors in safe  quarters.  In the ninth inning, after Summer-  land 'had failed to score the Kelowna  team filled the bases and scored the  winning run with the bases full ani  no one down, so it is .quite likely that  thev would have scored, more had they  needed to,do so.  The return match with Summerland  is taking place this afternoon at ihe  southern city. .       ^  SCHOOLS LEAGUE GAMES  Tho first appearance, of the country  teams in the Schools League in the  city took place on Saturday afternoon  last when the visiting teams met defeat in both cases at the hands of the  cityschool boys.  The first game wa* called promptly  at 2 o'clock and was between tho  High School and Ellison, the former  winning by a score of 23 to 5.  The contest w��s a very good exhibition and the large crowd that was  on hand and stayed throughout the  afternoon were well"pleased with the  way the boys handled themselves.   \  The second game between V.uliand  and the Publio School was called nt  3.45, immediately at the finish of the  first game and was in many respects  an interesting contest. The Rutland  aggregation were very weak behind the  bat, and this weakness was responsible, for a number of the runs scored by  the home team, whereas the battery  work of the home team was gilt edged  The work of DeHart behind 'ho bat  was a bright, feature of the afternoon.  There are many promising players  in the ranks of the looal' sohool. teams  and with proper care and coaching  Kelowna in the course of a Iew years  will be able to put a team of looal  boys into the field that should hold  their own with any team in the interior.  The score of the second game was  Public School 22, Rutland 3,,  The country teams show the leek  oi proper coaching and many of the  runs scored against them were because  of the players failing to play their positions, and during the entire contest  hits that should have fallen into tho  gloves of the fielders went for safe  hits on this account.  The fixtures in tho league schedule  for Saturday are!  Rutland at High Sohool, 3.30.  Public School at Ellison, 3.30.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  .  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWETON and MANTLE, Ltd.  WRESTLING  a ��  * .  Those old rivals, Sam Clapham and  Clarence Eklund will meet in the local  opera house next Wednesday and endeavor to finally settle the question as  to which is the better wrestler. Clapham has been doing good work since  his last appearance in the Okanagan  ani now, in company with Ursus,  the "Canadian Hercules" is making a  tour of British Columbia. "The  big Englishman seems to be in great  condition and iH supremely confil.mt  that he will this time emerge the victor. His only stipulation is that  lln toe hold must be barred, for he  considers that the famous, or Infam-  ius grip patented by Frank Gotih,  bhould be used only for sell defrnce, in  common with other Japanese bone-  crushers. ~ '  Eklund is rather [ond of the toe  hold as he has been thcrehv enabled to  defeat good men, including Clapham  in days gone by. But it is only one  of the weapons in his armory, and he  has a large stock of other weird combinations figured out if any one application fails. The local wrestler has  been as busy as the proverbial bee of  late, living a strenuous life on his  farm at Westbank. But he always  finds time for a daily session on the  mat and soys that he was never in  better all round condition. From now  until the night of the match he will  train for speed only and promise, to  uncork quite a number of original  locks which can be depended upon to  subdue Mr. Clapham.  The match should be a most Interesting one, and there will be some  good preliminaries, in one of which  Ursus, the strong man will figure.  Popular prices will .prevail and no one  should miss this Carnival Athletique.  CHICKS THRIVE ON ELECTRICITY  Raising, fowls on electricity has proved a profitable experiment with T.  Thome Baker, an Englishman. Under  electrical treatment he declares that  chickens can be grown at twice tho  usual rate with hall the usual loo-i.  On the farm where tlu experimcr u  were conducted an intensive poultry  house was electrified. The current  was applied for 10 minutes every hour  during the day. Six ohiokens only out  of a total ot 400 died, showing ��� mortality of only 1.5 per cent during the  summer months. The ohiokens were  ready for market in five weeks as  against the usual three months.  The vitality ol the treated chickens  was remarkable. Instead ol running  away when one approached the screen  they would peck vigorously at an extended hand, every peck giving a distinct snock to the owner ol the hand,  but Apparently the electricity was not  felt by the chickens. Sparks Hew from  their beaks, but this caused them no  concern.   o-  IRISH POPULATION NEARLY  HALVED IN SEVENTY YEARS  After some two hours'  consultation  The reB'i,!trar-general lor Ireland, Hr  William 'Ihompson, delivered a very  interep'.inp lecture at a meeting I of the  Irish National Literary Society in  Dublin last week. The lecture dealt  with 031'tain figures of the Irish census. It appears that about the year  1672 a cenms was taken by Sir William Petty, when the population ol  Ireland was estimated at 1,000,000, the  calculation having apparently been  made on the number of hearths,  "smontts" and chimneys. The first  census of Ireland, to give satisfactory  results, however, was token in 1821,  when the population was returned at  6,881,827. In 1831 the population waB  7,767,401, risinj In 1841  to 8,176,124,  last Thursday, the jurv found John jthe ni?'host Point reached at any oen-  Krafchenko guilty ol tho murder ol."�� enumeration in Ireland. In 1911  H. M. Arnold, manager of the   Bank  th? population hid {alien to 4,390,219.   O���������  Trail, forty mites   west of    Nelson,  experienced an earthquake shock     at  of Montreal branch at Plum Coulee, on  December 3rd, last. Chief Justice Mathers immediately pronounced r-cn-  ���tence on the prisoner, the execution to ,5 o'clock last Monday afternoon,  fake plnoe on July 9. Tho hearing cording to reports. Other places  of the oase has occupied twenty days.   "1B district also felt the tremor.  Sealed tenders uliaTwrf to th. undersigned, and endowed "Tender lor  Drill Hall, Kamloopi, B.C.," wiH be  received at this offioe until 4.00 p.u).,  on Thursday, May 7, 1914, for the construction ol the aforesaid building.  Plans, specification and form 61. contract can be seen m)A forms ol tender  obtained at the office ot Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria,  B.C.; on application to the caretaker  of Publio Building, Kamloops, B. C,  and at this department.  Persons tendering are notified tnnt  tenders will not be considered ijless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  stating their occupations and place* ol  residence. In the ease oi firms, the  actual signatures, stating their occupation and place ol residence ol each  member of the firm must be   given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order ol the Hon  orable the Minister ol Publio Works,  equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.) ol the  amount of the tender, whioh will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when  called upon to d0 so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If thi  tender bo not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The department does got bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Publio Works.  Ottawa, April 8, 1914 .  Newspapers will, not be paid for thu  advertisement if they insert ,it without  authority from tho department.   21-22  It is understood that radical change i  are projected regarding Salvation Ar  my administration, by which wester.  Canada will be erected into practical';,  a separate organization from theses'  or with separate executive autonomy f t  least, and that for this purpose Un  Western headquarters at Winni:"'T  would be considerably strengthened in  personnel. At present all Canada ii  administered from Toronto.  FOOTBALL  The local team travelled to Vernon  on Good Friday lor another contest  with the olub of that place and very  successfully maintained their reputation by defeating the home olub by  four tries., winning the Owen cup.  A big holiday crowd turned out to  witness the game, which was called  shortly before 5 o'clock.  Kelowna won the toss and the play  began and immediately settled into a  hard and fast struggle. Time after  time the Kelowna three-quarters obtained possession and roced towards  the line, but so good was Vernon's,  tackling that when hall time arrived  the score was nil.  During the second hall four tries  were scored by Kelowna. The' game in  this hall was what might be termed  a forward game and tho forwards truly gave a splendid account ol themselves.  Alter the game Mr. Owen presented  the trophy to the visitors. The cup  is a fine one and an engraving on it  shows two players running, one with  the baH, being closely followed by an  opponent.  The final game ol the season will  be played her. on Saturday next.  Assignee's Sale of  54 Large Residential Lots in  West Vancouver  (N.W. Charter-1103)  Overlooking English Bay and First Narrows  ROAD  e  -  ��  M  . *  IS  ���  ��-  1  at  *>  tt  *-  <e  ���a  *  n  ��  -  ROAD  ���  ���a  =  tt  n  *  ��  *  a��  m  or  siacfaja^tttt-  ROAD  ���        ���aWM*****   3__   *J��r.(t��l*ntta  I  ROAD  1 will receive application for any of  the lots in this plan until Thursday  April 30th, 1914. Each lot ha* a 66-ft.  frontage and about 120-ft. to a lane.  The sacrifice price will be $500 for  inside lots and $550 for corner*. Terms,  $100 Cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24  month* at 6 per cent. We eannot guarantee delivery of the lot* until after  May 12th a* the assignee has decided  not to sell any unlet* the whole allotment be taken up. But we feel rare  every lot' will be mapped up quickly  at *uch a sacrifice price, a* the adjoining  properly is on the market at $700 per  lot.  When you consider the beautiful district they are situated in,  with its southern exposure, overlooking the bay iu the most charming home district of Canada's  coming greatest city.  And you will' not overloc' the fact  that another'* loss i* your gain. You  would not have thi* opportunity now  only we wi*h to liquidate thi* ettkte in  the quickeit poxible manner. We are  not too optimistic in laying that wilh  general coune of development these  will *ell for Five time* the price aikcd  in a few year*.  If you wish to secure any of  this property you can make application to the  Assignee at Richmonds  Store - Kelowna, B.C.  until April 30th, 1914} *wv^j.Hm\l,-MifP'-vr*hr'  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 19U.  i he High Cost of Living  MSCUSSED Al* HAPTI8T YOUNG  PEOPLE'S SOCIETY N  'the subject ol ll"> high cost of living wub discussed at iru weekly mating of tha Baptist Young People's Ho*  ciety on Monday, whtn an addrois  was given by Hcv. U. J. Welsh.  Mr. Welsh Baiil tha subject was one  that was attracting a groat deal" of  attention at the prosentti timo, not on  ly in Canuda and the United Stairs,  1ml also in lha older countries of  Europe. In the United States, uud  Canada commissions had bom appoint  rd to Investigate this subject, but only  partial reports had, up to the present  been prestnted. So far hh the,Dominion of Canada wafl concerned tho cojn-  mission would not report finally until  tho tall, but the investigation* were  pn icecd 1 n i, a nd thoy eHpeutod t o  learn just what were tho onuses contributing to the high Cost of living  The question of the cost oi living  Had an historical side which must be  carefully eonudce'l. Whtn they looked back into tho past and tried to  examine the conditions of life so far  ns history revealed th'in they discovered the tendencies that were at V ork  in' our own time and fount that those  tend noles were deeply rooted in the  lif* and history,of the people of the.  past. Wr had not got so far away  from ihe past that wo could afford  to ignore what our ancestors nad accomplished. Th\v found that the  conditions of today had grown oat  of Iho condition-*'o: the past, and in any  eTTortithoy might make to improve tho  present conditions that must look tnlo  the past to discover the causes nnd  reach the conclusion as to what tha  remedy wus. If thoy went baok to the  past thev found the life of people was  very primitive indeed. In Central t.u-  rope at on" time the chief wants of  the tribes were instruments of war���  swords, stnvcrt, srears, and bows and  arrows, with sutVie'tnt to eat rnd vory  little protection. But wi'h tho gradual development of life lh<>y. found  there was n n>d for more thin rn.  There was n t'lue in the history of  livl'ind v.h'ii the people worn- quite  satisfied with potatoes nnd salt nnd  some buttermilk to drink and maagre  protection from tin weather in tho  shape of crude homes but as the proof civilization went on    there  cume a timo when those men and ��*o* |  men began to want other things and  want them in the truest sense ot the  term because they were indispensable  to their higher individual welfare.  The tendency of civilization *wa* to  increase the wants of human native  and the'highest progress und development of the race depended upon the  legitimate increase of the wants of the  individual.  I Sir, WeUh spoke of tho present so  eittl system as contributing to the  high cost of living, and said that by  reason of the wrong distribution of  monoy through monopolies, formation  of trusts and gigantic corporations  that had got control of tho produce of  ihe lanh, thero were multitudes of  people who had not enough to cut  or BuSioient to wear, and thero were  tens of thousands on this continent today who had nothing of thi  comforts that they wanted' every  day. They could not, however, ny  definitely that the average cost of  such things- they bought today was  much higher than it waa 20 years  ago, when peoplo lived n.orfrirugally  than we do today. Mr. Welsh condemned unnecessary luxuries, that at  the present time, add to the high cost  of living* and said there were o. great  many people who could not afford  those luxuries of life but did not try  to avoid them.  The cures for the higher cost of living were two. One Was to be found in  a finer kind of education which wouM  produce character (if tho highest anl  best type; that was to say the'boys  and girls of today must be laugh'  1 hut thi�� best things in life must bs  life itself. It was n��t a question n\  to how much wo could get out ot)ifa  as to what we could put into it. The  knowledge of wants for those outside ourselves wus perfectly legitimate,  and he was in favor o; every * effort  that undertook to make a higher typ,<  of manhood and Womanhood. Vhen  ho thought there should lie a certain  amount of legislative enactment whieh  would make it illegal for a great  many of the commercial schemes of  today to exist. There were m-.inv  things thai were radically wrong in  the world, and there should bo legislation that would control tho propr*  distribution of produce, PO thnt tin  right relation should be sustained between I he producer nnd consumer.  A discussion followed the irldresi  und u vdta of thanks was accorded  Mr. Welsh for his address.  Lecture on the  Panama Canal  In introducing his lantern lecture'on  the Panama Canal at the Baptist  church on Thursday evening, the ttev.-  1). .1. Welsh quoted an opinion to tho  effect that the making of the aanal  would make the west the Europe of  America, for tho time was coming  whin the people would populate this  portion of North America as densely  as Knropo was populated.  Proceeding, he said it was the greatest engineering feat that had ever been  undertaken, and the canal had been  named the eighth wontjer of the world.  The lecturer described previous attempts to construct tho canal i nil  spoke of De l.ossep's gigantic efforts  and ultimate failure, the res.ilt of  wholesale mismanagement on the part  of those ho employed. The wond-rful  change of the canar /one from a fever  infested spot where .laborers died in  thousands while working for Do l.es-  seps and others to una whore veil  laid out towns now existed was Plus-  trated by pictures which showed haw  careful the United States f!overnme.it  had been to ensuro the comfort of  their employees. The- tastefully enl  well furnished homos of the workmen  wore also shown. But perhaps Iho  most interesting views wero those of  the great locks and dams and Oatun  bake, whieh gavo the nudim?e an Idea  of the immense amount of labor that  hus been put on the canal which is to  be opened in duly of nwit yea)'. There  were 82 views in all, and although the  pictures were not so largo as is usually/ tho case they were very char.  "The Standard'*.London, Kng. rays  "W? are able to announce that  Ine government has definitely decided  in favor of the dissolution of parliament in June, probably towards the  end of that month. Thn general election will take place in .filly."  A dollar spent at home reacts in  its benefits with unceasing general  profit. Sent out oi town its life is  ended. Kept with the homo merchants it is a messmger of continuous  1 benefit. Business men should awako  jto the importance of keeping this dollar at home, and make a hid for it  J by judicious, advertising. .  A NEW AND DEADLY DRINK  Prom a report made to the provincial secretary by Mr. F. S. DeGrey  chief hospital and sanitary inspeotor  who returned the other day from Fort  George, it appears that certain mercenary persons, realizing that at moat  of the camps, owing to the strict enforcement of the liquor laws, it has  been extremely difficult to get intoxicating liquors, have been distributing  a deadly beverage known as "Hoffman  Drops." This is sold in vials of an  eight of a pint, and is retailed at 60  cents. It is a colorless liquid, and on  analysis is found to T58 composed of  equal parts of ether and alcohol. It  is most deadly. The contents of a  single bottle are sufficient io  cause death, but taken in small doses  a stupefying intoxication ensues.  While at Fort George, Mr. DeGrey  was waited upon by a deputation representative of all tho railway contractors in tho vicinity, and.a petition waB  presented praying that he take such  steps as would stop tho terrible tral-.!  fie. Ho at once promised to do so;  and on his arrival at Victoria no time  was k>st in putting this intention into  effect.  On the matter being reported to Hon  Dr. Young, the latter at once consulted with tho Attorney-General, Hon.  W. J. Bowser, and as a result of this  conference instructions were issued to  tho superintendent of provincial police  to prohibit its sale and use, and to  prosecute any offended under the Patent Medicine Act of Canada.  The petition presented by Mr. DeGrey recited that something ought to  be done to "stop this new, yet fast-  growing evil which bids tair to result  in tin flooding of our jails and mental hospitals, inflicting a serious burden upon the taxpaying citizens of  British Columbia.  Tho "movie" has appeared, ina new  role; that of competitor with tho  saloons. In Now York city within the  last five years 530 saloons have closed.  The moving picture theatres are  blamed, or rather credited, with tav-  in? caused thoir olosing in nearly  every case. .It has been found that  many men and youths go to the saloons for companionship only, not because they ,ike drinking, and that the  "movies" havo taken the place of saloons for thorn.  You Know Us  We an lu burin*** rlivht hew whm yon live. Ym aia m  acquaintance, neighbor or �� Mend of oan. This annoy Writ-  L'-not-satlsHed offer should prove the flneerlty of oar daha*.  ^****mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^~ OH* to  When we say we believe we have  t'.ie belt laxative and back ��i> our  rtateucnt with our unqualified prom-  its to return without question or  formality tho money pain ua (or It,  if it dues not prove entirely satisfactory to you. we believe we ere en-  ti'.l.d to your confidence.  Cur busincM success and prestigo  <1',. nd upon your confidence in us.  Wo know we must secure and- hold  your confidence in order to fat and  xe:p your patronage. Therefore, we  viMild not dare make this offer if wo  v. ore not positively certain that wc  can prove our claims for  Our experience with them and tha  rr.nny report* we have received from  those who have used them prove  that they ere really the most pleating  and satisfactory bowel remedy we  know of.  Rexall Orderlies tasto like candy.  They are soothing aad easy in action.  Orderlies seem to aot as * tonio-  strengthener upon tbe nerves tad  muscles of the bowel*. They prompt  ly relieve oonatipetioo.   ���  overcome the cauee of OK   They tend to eliminate the oawe  of sick headache, biliousness, mi  breath, nervousness ind other HI*  attendant upon inactive bowel*.  Make Us Prove This  We want you to com* to our store  and set a package of Rexall Orderlies. Use a few or use up th* entire  box. Then, if you are not entirely  satisfied, oome back and tell us and  we will promptly return th* mosey  you paid us for them.  Yon promise nothing ���you sign  , nothing ���you obligate yourself to  us in no way whatever. W* accept  your mere word.  Don't you now believe that Rexall  Orderlies are worthy of * trial!  Oould any offer be more fair?  Try Them at Our Risk  We particularly reoommend Rexall  Orderlies for children, aged penooj  and for delicate people.  Rexall Orderlies come In vest-  pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, lOe;  ��6 tablet*, 28o; 80 tablets, Me.  Usual does on* tablet.  CAUTION: Please bear In mind that Rexall Orderlies are not Mid b/ aU dn*>  itosTYou MnWR��& Orderlies only at the RoaB Store*.        *,      ���  ^u0VTbuyRe^Ordarlieiu.tluiconuniiiutyojilyat  P. B. WILLITS & CO.      Corner Pendozi St. and Bernard Ave.  The  Store  There Is a Km.11 Store In nearly every town and dty In the Colled Males, Oaaada aad  Great Britain. Tbora la a different Rexall Remedy tor nearly every ordutary hrnaraa a��  eaoh especially designed for tbe particular ill tor which It r. raoommendod  Tbe Rexall Storc3 are America's Qrcnteat Drug Store*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  OR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O-LL.D..D.C.I-,  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, AeVt General  CAPITAL, (15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FARMERS' BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Fanners every  facility for the transaction of their banking business, including  the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes  are supplied free of charge on application. sis  KELOWNA BRANCH  H. 0. PANGMAN. Up  Assignees" Sale Continues  at RICHMOND'S  EVERYBODY in the valley seems to be taking advantage  of this great Money-Saving event, and there will be n��  let up on price cutting until the shelves are cleared bot ���  in warehouse and store.   We are also placing all New Lines  of Merchandise, just received, on the sale counters.  We could not attempt to give you a detailed list of  goods on sale this week as the crowds that have been  attending the sale have certainly kept us jumping to  give them half the attention we would like.  My last instructions are to keep slashing the prices and make a  speedy clearance.   Come while the assortment is large.   Over  $30,000 stock of Dry Goods, Men's Clothing and Furnishing*  Boots and Shoes, yet to choose from.  W. Be M. CALDER, Receiver at RichmoncTs, Kelowna THURSDAY, APRIL 1ft 1914.  KELOWNA   RECOBJ)  For  'Bow Wow'  You will never have-a  * more faithful friend  than your dog. Treat  him like a friend. If  he ia attacked by disease ��ee that he ha* the  bed possiblechar.ee of  recovering. If the trouble' ia serious get a  veterinary surgeon at  once, if not we have  ' a large number of remedies for the less  ���erious ailments.  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelo  a.B.C  Firewood  Pine, Fir, Poplar  Under 5 ricks, $2.75 rick  5 ricks & over, $2.50 rick  Merritt Coal, $11  Fence Post*, 20c.  Bee Supplies  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lnm Kelowaa 9 *.���., 3.30 p.n  Lorn* Wertbaik 0.30 a.M.,4p.��.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leave* Kelowna 11 a.m.  Urns Wertbaik 11.30 a.m.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  KELOWNA. B.C.  Elk* Street  Evening Gown* a Specialty  Spring Suit* and Coat*  Aael is now ready to take orders  for  made-to-measure garments for the Crown  Tailoring Co.  *^^^^��^^*VN/^^V^W  P.O. Boa 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR  Plana,  Specification*   and   Estimates  Furnished  After  You Ride  the Goat  COME/TO US FOR  YOUR EMBLEM  A nice line  of Rebekah Pin*  juat in.   We've got them.   .  Quality Superb.       Price* right.  W. M. Parker i Co.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block Kelowna, Q.C.  Telephone 270  Easter Eggs  Beautifully decorated, and  plain, in all abet and prices  Up to $2.00  Be sure to make your selections early as our stock  of them is not very large  The dee-Cream  Season  is here again, and the quality of our Ice-Cream is just  as good as ever, of our Own  make, and a 100 per cent,  pure  Always remember, for the Best of  Confectionery and Sweets, Ice, go to  Alsgard's  High Class Confectionery  Grocery Specials  SATURDAY ONLY  Butter, No. I NewZeal'd..35c  4 lbs. Beans Ki)ii^.25c  Prunes and Figs 10c lb.  4 tins Sardines for 25c  Waldron's  Grocery Store  Elli* Street  Kelowna  I6-I9p  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Studios in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendoxi Street,   ���   Xelown*  N>^Ma^>^��^'^^af^Aa��^r^r^at*Wa>a^B*V\j  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER a CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all description.  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C., hot water, arc.  P.O. Box 185  CONCRETE  WORK  I hare a complete plant cf power  miser, and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all mr attention to this work,  in which I have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE. RESIDENCE:  Clam.nl & Rlna'oSka, WoolaalayAv.  Rarmar Block Richter Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  VERNON'S TAXES  The tax levy for the city o! Vornon  this year will be 27 mills, an advance  of one mill over last(yeftr's rate of26(  mills, according to the decision reached at last Monday's meeting of ihe  oity council, when the levy by-law, fto.  309, was given three readings. . Improvements will be taxed at 30 percent., of their valuation.  , The levy, as provided by the by-law  will bo divided as follows) S mills for  general revenue; 12 mills for interest  and sinking fund charges; 6 mills for  tho school district, and 1 mill for the  Board of Health. ..  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  liegisteied Number 48301  DON ZOMBRO IS A BAY STALLION  15.3 hands, sired by Zonbro, dam  Gambler Maid, by Bodgirl, by Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started last year in the  throe-minute' trot or paoe at Kelowna  and Vernon, winning both races, making a mark at Vernon of 2.33.    /  Some of his colts are stepping in  bettor than 2.30 before they are two  years old, notably Zombronum, which  promises to be in the 2.10 list in 1914  He is a beautiful darv mahogany  bav, a great producer, and kind t.nd  gentle in disposition.  Don Zombro will stand for service  at Max Jenkins & Co.'s (table  TERMS:  $1 for single leap;  $20  for season;   $25 to insure  (Payable when mare proves to be in foal)  R. A. COPELAND   -   Owner  Auction Sale  AN AUCTION  SAL1! will bo hold on  Wednesday, April 22,  1014, at the  MISSION RANCH, Kelowna, B.C.,  commencingat 10 a.m., of tho STOCK  AND IMPLEMENTS of the B. N. A.  Tobnoco Co. Ltd., in liquidation.  10 Teams Horses.  2 Yearling Colts.  2 Saddle Horses.  Rumely Oil Pull Tractor with Plough  dises and oil tank.  Manure Spreader, Windmill and I Tank,  Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators7 Discs,  Wagons, Tabacco and Tomato planters. Bob sleighs. Drag Saws, Harness  and Tools.  Quantity of Cheese Cloth and Burlap.  Engine and Pump, Rango and Tank,  Cream Separator, , Laundry Tubs  Garden Roller, etc., etc  TERMS       -       -       - CASH  Amounts over $100.00 can be     arranged on approved joint note.  J. C. STOCKWELL,  Auctioneer.  W. G. BENSON,  Provisional Liquidator  Luncheon will be served.  ENO'  "FRUIT  SALT  ^  mmmqggpm  LOYALTY  is one of the highest attributes  of British citizenship. This  principle applies as well to  business as to civic and national matters. Kelowna business  men can do much to their  mutual good by remaining  loyal to one another. When  you want anything in the  Printing line, do not forget  your home enterprises. Good  printing, at right prices, may  be obtained from the office of  The Kelowna Record  We can Give You  Good Seirvice  Our plant is complete and  up-to-date, and we can, moreover, give you' the benefit of  a long experience in laying  out and handling printing of  all kinds. Bring your next  order to the office of  The  Kelowna Record  Phone 94 and our representative will call *mJmm!mfmmmmmmmmm  KELOWNA  RECORD  I WANTED! )  Prepaid Rates: 2 oents par word  first inaertion and 1 cent pec word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less thaa 21 centa.  AU classified advertisements mart be  paid ior in advance owing to the oost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received lor theae ada  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR  SALE  City Council Meeting  (Continued Irom Pn�� 1.1   ..  FOR SALE Two lots, corner Richter  street and Clement avenue, each 40 rr  110.    Apply lrn Law, Kolowna. 20-3  FOR SALE. - 20 Barred Plymouth  liock hens a nil Rooster. Good laying  strain.   A. ABhwortn, Bay ave. 2o-3p  FOR KALE���Black Orpington eggs $2  setting. Winners of 10 firsts and 3  seconds at last Kelowna and Summerland showB. Inspection invited.  Ogilon, cornet Fuller and Ether St.  to  Tho  North.  20-22|>  FOR SALE.-R.C lihode Island Rod  eggs for hatching. $2 the setting. HO  for 100. Apply Cecil II. Bond, Kill  land - ' 19-2V-  TEAM FOR SALE.-Weight 2050. Also  wagon, harness, sleighs, wood riv.lt,  two new horss blankets, etc., $050.  Apply Mission Ranch. 17tf.  FOR SALE CIIEAI'.-I.ot. 30, block  27, Coronation nvenue, by owner,  Address "V c.o. Record. 18-21  FOK SALE.���Player piano, upright  grand, mahogany case by Newconiliv  Toronto, only 6 months in uso, cott  11,000. Will sell for USO with 22  rolls. TerniH arranged, exceptional  chaaos. W. H. May, late handma-'lor  Kelowna. 19-21p  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  and lot, HI250, dots in. Apply Bom  140 Krlowna. Milt.  FOR RENT.���Potato planter.  Meredith, City Transfer.  W. P.  10th  this work is very necessary. In thi  first place there is it very strong objection on the part of the ladies  using the present sidewalk,  stench from the Chinese quarters Is at  times most disgusting and offensive,  and many, on account of this are compelled to make a circular detour lion*  Lake avenue and Pendozi. street to  come to town. A^ain there is a natural antipathy on tho part of many  radios in passing so close to theso  Chinese quarters, on apathy "which is  perhaps well founded.  "Another point, and one whioh we  feel will appeal lo you is that tho  present sidewalk is a most danjero is  ono to the public in general, owing  to tho risk of life and limb in passing  tho entrance of the Kelowna Machine  Shops and Max Jenkins k Co.'s us  tablishmont, as very considerable tent-  He is constantly crossing tho sidewal'..  at theso points. This Ib especially dim  gorous in the case of children.  ���"The undersigned petitioners ournyti-  ly pray that tho council carry o it  this much-needed work at an eat ly  date."  Tho mayor promised that the countvl  would givo every consideration to tit  requeBt. Any sidewalk going down  alongside the park should bo t'om, n'  if possible, but us the city would hnvo  to boar the whole cost ho hardly  know whoro the money was to ��� com?  from. There would lie Approximately  lots) feet of walk antl oven a plnn't  Bidowalk would font from $800 tu  SI,000.  The deputation however, withdrew  with the assurance that thoir request  would be gone into oareltt'ly by thu  committee,  A letter was read from Messrs l)n  ('unto, Dutchcr k Co., in further reference to the- proposed Mission Creek  hydro-electric srhemo, stat:n? that they  had submitted certain proposal to the  Belgo-Canadian Lands Co.  A tender from Messrs. Etter k Simpson for supplying guards for the trees  newly planted on the streets was road  Tho price quoted was $37.00 per 100  or for an ordor ol over 000 135.00 per  Bushels of Satisfaction I  So far all our  Carpet, Curtain & Blanket  customers have been more than pleased.  We can please you, too  Carpets cleaned by a cold water process  removing all dirt and not running colore.  Curtains come back straight and square  and will keep their lines well. Blankets  soft and fluffy as new  Kelowna Steam Laundry  THURSDAY, AF*11' w�� lvl<  *P  Phone 159  FOR SALE.���Furniture, all new, ens  sanitary roll top desk solid oak with  two sections of book ease to match.  J.  J. Dnlcy, Abbot St 19--'lp  FOR SAI.E.-Black Miaorca eggs for  hatching, 12.00 per setting. Frizo  winners at fall and winter fairs. Apply H. D. Riggs. lOtf.  FOR SALE OR TRADE.-l.ight demo  crat, also quantity two inch plank,  and plasterer's trestles. W. P. Mero  dith. City Transfer. 19tf.  FOR SALE OR KKNT.-New modern  Bungalow, corner Glenn Ave, and  Ethel St. Apply P.O. Box 219   20-3  FOR SALE.���) h.p. Fairbanks gasoline engine and centrifugal pump, in  splendid condition. Apply S. C.  Coscns.   ... 21-3p  FOK SALE.���Baby chickB, Brown I eg-  hovn. 20 ccntB each. Apply M. I.  lteokio, cor Water and Eli Sts.    2lp  FOR SALE .-SEED TOTATOES. A  limited quantity. "Notted Cora" ond  "Mortgage Lifters". $30.00 |vr ton  delivered. Ar:ply F. A. Levis, Vernon road. Phono 8308 01  WANTED  SITUATION WANTED.- On ranch by  young man with several yours ov-  |icrience in far.ming and irrigation.  Rest references. Apply Box "A" Record office. 20- lp  SITUATION  WANTED-Young     man  seeks situation on ranch, capable  with cows or horses. Apply Box 'G'  Record Office. 20-2  WANTED.���Position on Iruit rnash by  married man. Experienced. Box 30  Okanagan Mission. 20-.)p  TEAM WANTED.-Would trade Iwo  good lots in Woodlawn with shack  barn and chicken house, taking good  wonk team in part payment. W. P  Meredith, City Transfer. l'.ltf.  HOUSES, ETC. TO KENT  TO RENT.���Ten acres in the oity, un-  tier cultivation, three acres orchard  at a rental or on shares. Apply II.  0. Dee, Kelowna Machine Shops 1711.  J'O RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent HS.so per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kolowna. 1411  FOR BENT.���Modern furnished house,  a rooms with basement, bath antl  all plumbing. Close in. Apply P. 0.  Box 458. Dltf,  FOUND  FOl'ND.-Hetter on Water street, Cwn  ir can have same by proving prop-  11 ly and paying for this ad. ,Rcconl  Office. X  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED.-to premises of J.R. White  Rutland Kd., one sorrel colt about  2 years old, four white feet, white  face, no visible brand. Owner oan  have same by proving property and  paying expenses 18-21  100.     The painting  if required  would  be $10.00 per-100 extra  It was considered essential that the  young trees should be proteeted or  the money spent in planting them  would bo wasted. Authority was  given to order 1000 of the guards.  Alderman Rattenbury, for the street  committee pointed out the need of  posts to hold the street name signs  which they had decided to place at tho  street corners. Ho suggested posts 4  x 4 inches, painted white and tarred  where they entered tho ground.  A resolution was passed giving authority to   make the purchase.  Tho usual by-law for levying tho  special rato for street watering was  given its preliminary readings. There  will bo two sprinklers in use this year  and it is proposed to largely extend  the area watered,, it having been  found that such sprinkling, not only  kept down the dust, but ahto hud a  'ory beneficial effect on tho road surfaces, making them wear considerably  longer.  Aldermnn Sutherland announced that  a committee of tho whole council had  decided to grant Messrs. Casorso Bros,  a special rate for the large amojnt  of power thoy needed, and the following resolution was passed:  "That Casorso Bros., be granted a  rate of 4 cents per kilowatt for electric current used in connection with  their refrigerating plant, tho conditions to lie as follows: that their 20  horsopower motor be operated between the hours of 11 p.m., nnd 11  a.m., consumption to be not loss than  200 kilowats prr dav."  The Water and Light committee submitted a map of    the proposed     new  SPIRELLA. CORSETS  Mr. J. II. Davies will bo at Mrs.  Mathie's (ovor tailor shop. Pendozi  street) between the hours of l.'IO and  6 p.m., Saturday of each week to meet  ladies wishing lo order corsets. P. O.  Box 026, Kolowna. 20tf.  STENOGRAPHER  Young lady experienced in bank and  office work desires situation in Kelow  na.   Apply P. 0. Box 191. 16tf.  ICE  Delivered to any part of tho oity in  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  -���    H   n   fjtjRXCH  Bankhead  Phone 180 21tf.  street lighting system, whieh showed  the present arc lights removed and  concentrated upon the main business  pari of the city, and a comprehenuve  system of incandescent lights installed  covering the residential' districts, and  all operated on circuits controlled from  the power house.  Tho Plant was Approved  , It had been the intention of the  council to take up the consideration of  tho petitionfor sidewalks, but it was  found that many of the petitions did  not enrry sufficient signatures and the  whole matter had consequently to be  held ovor for another meeting. Mayor  .lories also mentioned that in some  cases, whoro wooden sidewalks had  boon asked for there was opposition  from people who wanted cement walks  and refused to have wood.  The council then adjourned until Friday, Alderman Copeland being given  at his request, leavo of absence for  ten days, it being his intention to  visit the prairies.  'or  Breakfast,  or  Mr. Bert Pick, who has been engaged in teaming in this district left for  Fort George today. He is making the  trip by- road.  A meeting was held at Kelowna on  March 26, to consider the matter of  erecting n Presbyterian Church. A.  B. Knox made a liberal offer of two  lots and a Bum of money. A committee was formed to. find out how much  money could bo raised.���Vernon News  20 years ago.  You know those nice Preserved Figs you get on the  C.P.R. dining cars) Well, a lady was greatly surprised the other day when she found we stocked  them, and we thought more people might, be glad to  know they were to be procured in the city  The skin is removed, the syrup is  nice and rich; the purity is guaranteed; the quality, perfect, Intact,  Carpenters Imperial  Skinless Figs %    __  bottled in Houston, Texas, are tha  last word in Preserved Figs. Thev  are more delicious than any other  cooked figs, and more tasty than  fresh figs, and they have a reputation on the dining cars of Canada  and the United States which is unexcelled. You will miss it if you  don't try them  Small bottles, just nice for two 25c  Medium bottles, a nice family size.. 50c  Large bottles, for special occasions 85c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd*  ...... ., 5 per cent. Discount for Caah  Quality ft Semes our motto. MoDlUy ^^ ^  Saturday Cash Special  Lcard's Chicken Soup.   2-lb. tins, reg. 30c,  20c .each, or 3 for 50c  Duck Eggs For Sale  Fawn & White Indian Runner.   Per 12���  Pen No. I, $3;  No. 2, $2  Mrs. E. A. DAY \U  White Wyandotte  Eggs for sitting, $1.50 per doz  Good utility strain. 1st and 2nd prize  cockerel; 1st pullet, 2nd utility pen; Fell  Fair, 1913.  S. GRAY  Rowcliffe Block, end at Rutland.  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  Hia HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  This school offers a thorough, modem  education, with  careful  training sad  refined home life.   Terms moderate.  For prospectus, ore, apply  Miss LeGALLAIS   -    Principal  SPRING HAS COME^wl��Sarmer  You can accomplish more in one hour atLawson's than  you can all day at some stores.    Selection is abundant  in everything needed: Women's & Children's coats, Dresses, Blouses, Panama Hals  Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear, Rouchings, Sunshades. Everything for those who care  BROCADE RATINE  BROCADE RATINE. A suitable summer fabric for novelty suits. Shown in  Tango, Labrador, Blue, Cerise and Tan. 43 in. wide. 8So. to $1.30 per yd.  BEDFORD SUITINGS  ��� BEDFORD SUITINGS. These weaves will be greatly in evidence for late  spring and early summer wear. Shown in n great variety ot plain and fanny  cords, a good assortment in all the newest shades. Width of goods 48 in.  11.26 to $3.80 per yard.  EUROPEAN DYED SHANTUNG SILK  A real serviceable material, fast in oolor, a muoh smoother surface |than is  usual with ordinary colored Pongees We have these in every shade: PALE  BLUE, COPENHAGEN, TAN, PINK, BROWN, CBEAM, AZTEC, GBBY,  NAVY, and othew.   Width 97 in.      '. Special    Mfo.  CREAM AND STRIPED SERGES    ,  CREAM SERGES and stripped Serges, very olaasy and correct (or odd  skirts.   Width 50 to 54 in. 11.35 to 13.00 per yard  TOOTALS FRENCH PIQUE  A splendid material for summer gowns and odd skirts, This material . is  not at all simi,ar to the old fashioned pique. We hsve these in three colors.  COPENHAGEN, WHITE AND NEW TAN.   Width 40 ins 88*. per yard  Many New Dresses  came by Yesterday's Express  Those features and many marked  changes in style, material and lines,  and comprises every approved new  style .note, of the season.        ,  115.00 a lovely Silk Crepe overdraped  with blue Satin girdle and trimmings.  .Shadow lace sleeve and yoke ���115.00  $10.00���A dainty Mauve and White  stripe, three flounce Mauve Satin* girdle Raglan Sleeve   110.00  $9.00 ���A pretty (lowered Crepe Vestoe  effect of marquesetto, long sleeve with  cuff of same.    Very latest     $9.00  $6.50���A new model of taotalls Pique  with flowered Tunic. Neck and Sleeves  trimmed with pleated net      .J6.50'  Lingerie Blouses  of Much Style and Beauty  This is the season of sheer white  Blouses. The wisest women are buying blouses now, when (hey are beautifully fresh (rom the machines.  Dainty Voiles at $3.00 to .'  ,. 15.00  Lovely Muslins at $1.00 to   $1.50  I'lttorpan Silks at special   $3.75  New Lawns with long point laoe trimmings $3.50 to ,.'     18.80  Raw Silk Skirt $3.60 to ..'...  $3.00  Nutty Voiles trimmed with Whit* Ratine and (anoy buttons at. ...$2.25  Silk Crepe with Raglan Sleeves. Neck  and sleeves, trimmed with laoe  frilling, at     $6.00

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