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 VOL. IV.   NO. 49.  KEX.OWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1912.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Visit of Cossl  Business Men  Party  CI alls   Here in Tour of  Valley  I he parly of Vancouver business  men, who under the auspice1!* of  the coast cily Board of trade had  undertaken to make a tour ul the  Okanagan, arrived at'Kelowna  1 hui'sday morning las', by \\\e s.s,  Aberdeen " which had been set  aside for ihe use'of lhe party  timing their stay in llie valley.  I he object of the party was to  look into conditiotia generally  throughout lhe disirict, hut ���mainly  on account of the recent agitation  in the Press regarding die mntket-  ing of die friiit crop, to oonfei  Willi growers and shippers wilh a  view lo coming lo .i Lcilet understanding,  I he parly was made up of protni-  nenl business men, fruil cofotiiis-  sio;i iiien, and others lo whom Uie  relations between the fruitgrower  hnd the Vancouver wholesale  houses is of ihe greatest importance Most ol ihem, il might he  mentioned, were members .of the  Progress Club.  The boat pulled in to the wharf  about 10 a.in., and ns llie visitors  hied ashore they were met bv  Messrs. D. W. Sutherland, F. R. E,  DeHart, PTDuMou'tn and A. W.  Bowser, .who hod b en appnj I '  bv the Board of Tia'dc to we!   ,,,,  tllO -UrslS.  Among those in the parly were  Messrs. A. B. Ersltine, W. H. Malk-  in, A. K. Evans, F. A. Clelland.  W. J. Hog, j. F. Banfi V, f, N I n,  F. R, Stewart, C. L Lightfobt. W.  'Dalton, E. S. Rowe, I D. Cai 111,  Oscar Brown, W. J. Taafe ' . C.  O'Loughlin, J. Rankin, Stuart VV ide  F. C, Brown, Clarence Gross, Geo.  M. Madden, W. A. Blair. V', I I.  Leckie, W. Rolston, Harry Rolston,  T.Wilson, W. P. ' ��� by, and Pre-  -nidenl Duncan ."V,--New Wee*"  minster Board ol l*r��de.  1 he visitors were shown llie cily  and its industries nnd possibilities  aa well as the limited lime would  allow. The new cannery, the  Fanners' Exchange, Messrs. Stirling  & Pitcairn, and the Tobacco Co.'s  factory were each inspected in  turn. At the latter the fragrant  weed was handed round to afford  an opportunity for a practical  test of the quality of Kelowna's  product.  The parly were afterwards entertained to luncheon al the Lake-  view by the Board of Trade,  embai king about 1 o'clock to continue their trip down tlie lake.  Although the.two nnd a-half  hours spent in lhe cily was too  short to do more than take a  hasty glimpse of the principal  industiies, and rendered impossible any visit to the surrounding  orchard districts, yet lha visitors  were very fav-t.bly impressed  With what they saw and il is felt  that the effect produced will woik  distinctly to the district's advantage.  1 he following extract from the  lhe report of ^the newspaper men  who accompanied lhe Vancouver  parly will give an idea of lhe way  in wliich Kelowna struck tlien���:  "'On the lake entrance of one of  the largest of these valleys is Kelownn. 1 he people have .such a  progressive snap in their manner  and conversation that the Kelowna spiiil ought to become celebrated. I hey have a live town, also  one of the largest fruil canneries in  Canada, a packing-house that has  a real businefss organization behind  .it and a cigar factory that is finding  business 10 good thai it hires new  employees faster than they can  find room enough to sleep in the  town.  " On the day of lhe Vancouvei-  ites' visit apples and pumpkins  were being handled in lhe cannery. The tomato season is nearly  over after many weeks of " pulling down " seventy tons each day  for n market that extends from  Winnipeg to Perth, Australia.  " Labor for lhe cannery is scarce  in Kelowna and young women,  who are comfortably housed in a  big boarding-house on the premises, come up each year from Vancouver.  The ennnery pays 8 per cent, on  lhe investment and provides for  enlargement each year. The  owners are associated wilh large  landowners of the district lo whose  first Okanagan  * Show  Apj  we  TheJiTsl Okanngan Apple Show  at Vernon lasl week dre-v a large  crowd of people Irom nil pails ol  'Ik: valley and on all sides the  show SvaspronOUncod a t i;; slit.  cess. About 1,130 boxes and 60 I  plates were nn exhibition, inchid  ing about 100 boxes from Kelo v ia.  I'he dislfki exhibit of 75 bo-, r  was competed for by  (he Vernon  loard of i fade, Penticton, Enderby and ci ''.ith .Vernon, tlie latter  winning first prize, Penticton  s icoud,   and   Vernon    Board   of  li id.- I bird. $4,000 in all was  offered far prizes. T h ��� judges  wi re Mr. Gardner, of Oicgo���:, and  Mr, Kraus, of Washington'.  1 he show  was   opened   by the  premier, Sir Richard McBride, who  poke enthusiastically of the valley  ��� ni:\ ils possibilities. The Hon.  Price Ellison vvas also present.  ^mporlant  ^ice of Fruit Men  Fruit Marketing ol" Valley Will  He Reorganized  TI:  e High  Cos  of Living!  Women's Missionary  Convention  ������!!.-  '\ppie iii.n  -���iice' ,.1 fruji  loards of lr  wing  the opening  it Vernoi  cf   1  mil sliipp;  a  In the  silualli  usiry w  Of  had been  Consumption of Poles in  Casiada  f he'Forestry Branch of the Department of the interior has lali h  linished (lie compilation of statistics dealing with the poles purchased in Canada during 1911. TJje  total number of poles purchased  was 585,703, a decrease of 25 per  cent, from 1910. The lot,,I value  of those poles at poir t of purchase  was $1,056,277, ami the ayeragr  price of pole3 was !pl.80, great :  by 47c. than the piice per pole in  1910 Steam railways, telephone  and telegra'ph companies (fsecl al  most 90 pel cent, of lliese poles,  ib ��� remaining 10 per cent, being  used by eleclri��\rnifway, pom r ai d  light companies. Over ninety per  cent, ol the total consumption were  cedar poles; which'for t'icir co.-t  give better servite thin aiy other  wodd. At p isent practically none  ol these poles are (reeled, nr pre.  ! ! - any me'hi '��� 11 w hic.it  respect Canada is far behind lhe  Llniled Stales. The United Stales,  using in 1910 3,870,694 poles,  found thnt it paid them to use  preservative methods. During lhe  last four years lhe treatment of  poles ha3 advanced rapidly; in  1910 over 21 per cent, of the total  number were treated by the creosote and oilier methods. This is  an increase of some 45 per cent.  over the number treated in 1909.  At present the United Siales have  a large number of timber treating  plants, while Canadian pole-users  are only now beginning to treat  their poles. It is to be hoped that  this great inequality will soon be  done away with and that pole-users  in Canada may take up this cheap  and rational method of securing  greater service from the poles used  and thus lessening the drain on  the forest.  I all inlcresled  ie  valley,   wae  htl I, when  ib-  present  and future of the friiit no  thoroughly threshed out.    I wa  be pr, si ut at this meeting  and  make n basly lour of inspection-  the valley that the party  neas men from the coas!  .!<>l together,  llio conference was presided  ovi r by Mr. Scott Allan, president  ol lhe Vernon Board of Trad , an I  ���vas attended moreover, by mc i  representing wide ramificalioris ul  he fuiit ind is ry. Ali the promi .-  ml growers, p icket's and d 'aleis  .1 the yalley vine in attendance.  Vancouver's business community  was represented by about thiry  men, including Mr. F. li. Siewait,  tli ��� in tst impoitaiit fruit opera! n  province,jjnd Mr. R. R .',.  jobbers and  ssrs. Sla.le cypres-nt AI  Uu  rltnn niaiket :   " 1 lint whereas, the  praiiies, lhe big market for British  Columbia fruit, is being glutted by  American fruit  to such an extent  that British Columbia fiuil can not  be sold  at  a profit  at  all;   and  .  whereas lhe American duly against  ���mi li   t North Dakota, head of lhe I Canadian fruil is much higher than  biggest  liuit   organ zalion  in  th? the Canadian duly against Ai  In a slrmnj resolution   the   provincial  C'.iuseivalive  conventional  R velsloke I is: Friday called upon]  lhe Dominion government to np-  J point a royal commission lo invest-  j Igalo die high mist of living. I he  If solution was worded as follows:  where is tin r.- haa been for some!  i years a constant advanec in the  ��� cost ,.f living, owing largely to lhe  [steady :ise in lhe prifce of *! iple  1 irliclcs, parliculaily of food pro-  | ducts nnd fuel j and whereas the '  | conditions   demand   investigation;  wilh   a   view   of early relief being  afforded | and whereas the sources i  of supply, etc., are spread over the  whole   Domini.ni;   therefore be il j  resolved   thai this association urge |  lhe  Dominion  government  to appoint a royal commission to make  a thorough investigation of lhe cost  of the production   and   lhe   prices  In consumers of staple  articles  of  living and fuel, with a viewlorem-  edying the present inequalities." ���-,<;���  i, . i  .    i. i  ���         ,i          .���              "'�� Problems of  Our Home  !t also asked, m another motion,   vi-    ���, ,    ������          ,  ,               , ,,  ,1   ,  ,1     j  ,              ��        ���         ,    ,', IVUssions,   was taken up   by   Mrs  that  llie duly   on   American  fruit;,-   a   I?   I.           r i- i i  I   ,      :     I ���         |   .  ,                       .      Ci. A. Kobisan ol krlowna, show-  ue  raised in order to  protect   the I  home grown  product to the Can.-v !  The Filth Annual Convention of  the Women's Missionary Society  for lhe Okanagan District was held  iu the Methodist church, Summer-  land, on October 24th, the district  organizer, Mra. D. 11. Watson, pre  siding.  Twenty-five delegates were pre  sent from outside points, and many  visitors, aud a deep interest wa,  taken in both sessions. Reports  from the various Auxiliaries show  ed progress. 1 he Kelowna Aux  ihary leading in membership and  money raised.  Mias Williams of Naramata gave  an interesting paper, "A Plea for  Missions." Mrs. W. J. Robinson  of Summer land dealt wilh "The  Cliriitains Relation to Missions."  Greetings were exlended by lhe  tVplist Mission Circle and also the  W. C. 1. u.  Further Prizes at \  Westminster  bie  thr  jrtnu  i, oiut of tl.r* big  lenlatives i i Mc  I h-!t' VVJSte ii!s )  M  :  France and Spain Agree on  Morocco Question  A complete agreement between  France and Spain has been reached on the subject of Morocco and  it only remains lo engross the  treaty which will be signed next  week by the two governi, ents.  This agreement, the negotiations  for which have extended over  eight months, regulates definitely  the position in Morocco ol the two  powers.  The treaty provides for all t|iies-  lions that might arise between  powers taking under control a vast  empire divided into two zones,  thi one French and the oilier  Spanish, bul which preserves by a  diplomatic fiction the territorial  inlegiity and nominal sovereignty  of lhe .Sultan.  Police Lieutenant Charles Becker was found guilty of murder in  lhe (irsl degree by lhe New York  jury wdiich has been trying him for  instigating the death of Herman  Rosenthal, the gambler.  interest  it  is  to   give   the   small  growers a good show.  In the happy estimation of Mr.  II. S. Rolston, of the Vancouver  exhibition, ihey (the business men  of Kelowna), were as fair a company of live boosters as the parly  met."  ���American    north-West,    am  Frank Waldron of  Saskatoon,  ( ai id; in repre tentative ; Mr, |, A. i  ymuigion,  representing   anelh-i  big firm in die n irtbweat; Mr.Say-  age of Messr, Punk' It  & Savaga,  of Calgary,  and   other  fruit  meal  hardly le s prominent.  Mr. F. R, Stewart presented tin  i a ; til the Vancouver wholi sal ir>  in a spe,., I, which w,ls listened t>  with lhe keenest interest. He ope i-  ly questioned the wisdom of such  Iremen lous planting of peach Ire i  by Ok magan growers. He eon-  c'u led by advisi g the growing,  .ol of apples thai nun! be sol I  once and consumed within a few  weeks, but of varieties lhat will  pai k well and keep all winler and  be capable of sale in any country  Until lhe following June or July.  You mm.! wajrh ihe competition you have to meet Irom California, Weiintchee and Yakima.  1 declare that lhe Vancouver  dealers would sooner handle your  product than that from lhe U u'ted  Slates if it i.i a business possibility  to do so. But get oil a business  basis. Pay attention to good la.ily  packing. Grow the late varieties  that you can sell all the year, nol  only in British Columbia and the  North-west bul in Great Brilain,  raace, Germany and Australia,  and youjvill gel lhe returns," collided Mr, Stewart amid cheers.  Mr, \V. C. Ricardo advocated  co-operation < f ih" growers to perfect an organization to handle  crops to the advantage of the  grower, and ihis was the keynote  of the speal.eis who followed, including the I Ion. Price Ellison, P.  Bulman, E, Foley-Bennett, J. Speer,  R. Robertson and Mr. Savage.  It is probable lhat ns a result of  this important conference a scheme  arise in the shape of a central  selling agency for lhe valley which  will cut out local competition, and  handle all the business of the  valley.  A system similar to lhe California  Fluit Exchange, which markets  sixty thousand carloads of oranges  a year. Large canneries may have  to be erected to handle lhe rush of  tfic peach crop, trebling if nee s-  saiy the present canning capacity  of the plants of the disirict. Il m  also planned to have pre-cooliirg  plants and warehouses from which  will be drawn shipments as orders  come in,  Come whal may the ball has  been set lolling and things will  not be allowed lo rest until lhe  whole industry is placed  firm and sound basis.  upc  Manager Duncan is introducing  an important innovation in C"n-  nectnn with his moving picture  theatre. Commencing with Monday ths films will bo inlei'speisi I  wilh high-class vaudeville, fresh  petfottners appearing every few  days, 'Ihis arrangement, while  coilly of course, will add considerably to the attractiveness < f Dreamland, and will no doubl be well  appreciated by the public.  against Aiueil-  c..n fruit, therefore, be it resolved,  thai this i onvenlion urge llie Do.  mi :. n Government to raise the  duty sufficiently to protect the Canadian fruit growers, and to cnfoice  the Fruit Marks Act."  ���, v Machine Shop to Open  An important  nwna's growing  addition to Kel-  indnstiies is announced ihis week. Messrs. Alex  McQuarrie, from Armstrong, and  George J. Brown fi'om Kamloops  have pun based the o!d canm ry  "lopi-rty .ui Abbott St., facing the  park, from Captain Brush, and will  convert die building into an up-to-  dale machine shop. This will be  filled up with the most up-to-date  machinery and appliances, including an electric welding machine,  and other modern tools.  A new fire-proof addition of  two stories 50 by 100 feel is to be  added. I he upper floor of this  will be rented to the Fire Brigade  gymnasium, who are at present using lhe old building.  Mr. McQuarrie, it might be mentioned, -vas until recently, the owner of the Glengarrick dairy farm  near Armstrong, perhaps lhe most  mod, in and best equipped dairy  plant in the interior of lhe province  and piior Io lhat had a wide experience in various branches of  mechanical engineering. He has  also purchased the fine residence  of Mr. lorn Morrison on Harvey  Avenue. 1 he real estate tiansac.  lions were put through by Messrs.  Elliott & Copeland,  Rutland News  (Ft on, our own coiraaponttanO  We  hear   dial  Mr.  Wiilcock is  busy fixing his collage, wdiich made  a sideslip into the cellar last week.  Mr. Geo. Yale has disposed of  his orchard on lhe bench lo Mr.  Leech, of Victoria, B.C., who will  lake up Ins residence during lhe  winter. I he purchase price was  $6,300.  The Methodist church held  I hnnlcsgiving services on Sunday,  the Rev. Win. Vance preached in  lhe morning and lhe Rev. A. G.  Dunn, of Kelowna, in the evening.  I he Rutlanders ol   all  denomina  ing the serious situation  churches of Canada are facing in  regard to immigration especially  thai of the west. It is of lhe greatest importance that Canada be  built up a Christian nation.  A Round Table Conference was  conducted by Mrs. Fallis, Penlic-  lon. Q lestions regarding different  departments of Auxiliary work  were discussed and proved most  interesting.  I wo   members    hiving    been  called home "   iliui.'ig   ilie  year,  a short memorial service was held.  Supper was seived in   lhe  church  and a facial lime spent.  lhe evening session wns pre-J  sided over by Rev. G. 0, Fallis.  In a lew words Mrs. Ilaidv w el  coined the delegates, and was ie  plied to by Mrs D. aver, of Vernon, in a suitable manner.  Anthems, solos and duels were  much enjoyed, also a recitation by  Miss Kathleen Brown. A motion  song was beautifully carried out by  the Mission Band.  A paper entitled, " Culled From  Addresses," which had been prepared by Mrs. F, B, Stacey of Vancouver, who was lhe fl. C. Branch  representative at the recent board  meeting held  We have at last been able to  secure a list of the pr ze winners  in the plate classes at the Westminster fair and giv* it *�� follow j..  The (xhibils were sent down under  lhe auspices of the A. 6i I. Association and in charge of Mtssra.  H. V. Chaplin and Ti G. Speer.  A. Mtl.annan, Krluwoa.  Apples :   2nd   (er   Macttito.li  Rail and  Golden Rusaelt.  H. C. M Gatdncr, Kelowna.  Apple. : lsl for tilenlieiio Orange, Hub-  bardtdott, Baldwin and Ontario.  Mr;-   CHmeion,  Kelowna.  Applci: 3rd for Sulton'a Beaulv.  C. Wet Le, Kelowna.  Apple. I   lal   /or   Alexander,   3rd   for  N. W. Greening and Ontario.  G. c., 1 hombaon, Kelownn.  Apples : I.I l���r Mclilo.ll Red, 2r d for  20-or. t ij pin, 3rd lot bleahciui Of'airgc,  Kamuuae, vVinier St. LaaVraiTeo and  Canada Baldwin, Pear.: I.t (ur Howell.  W, D. Ilarve,, k'elownn.  Apple.:   I hi  (or Dclidoua and Yellow  BcliHowera, 2nd (or N. W. Greening.  Feur. : 2nd lor Flemiali Beauty.  I*. DeHart, Krlowna.  Apple. : 1st r���r Jonathan, 2nd for Huh-  hnrdatoii and Delicioca. Crab Apple :  2nd for Tnoieendenl. Grape. : lal (it  Moore's Diamond and Monre'e Eailjr,  2nd for Concord and Niagara.  J. McLaugliton, Kelowna.  Apples :   Ist for Northern  Spy, Kifg  David and Slaik.   2nd for Spiizenbeig  ar.d Sfllonie.  H. V. Chaplin, Kelowna.  Apples : Ist for Yellow Newtown, Golden Rlluat, Collection oi Fall Apples  and Collection ,.f winter Apples, 2nd  for Maiden's Blush and Northern Spy,  3rd lor Cox's Orange and V eyner.  I'enrs : I.I for "inter Pear, Beurre da  Aujoii, Louise Ben de Jer.ny and Ai y  Varie'y V. inter, 2nd for Fall Pear and  Howell. Ciapts : I.t for Niagara and  for CollecMcn.  I. G. Speer, Kelowna.  Apple. : I.t for 5 boxes nf Gravenstein,  2nd for Gano, R. 1. Greening and crav.  enstein, 3rd (ol Noll ,ern S| y, HuM-m'd.  ston, Maiden's Blush and Hen Dnvia,  Pear. : 2nd. for Winler Nelli., 3rd for  Beurre Bjutasck. Grapi a: 2nd ior Mecrcs  Early.  C. H. Bond, Kelowna.  Apple. : 2nd lor Cox'. Orange.  L. E. Taylor, Kelownn.  Apples : Ist for Bi.marck and Plue  Pearmain.toilet Crimea Gohlen. Ben  Davis, Woll River, Winter St Lawi.rea  and Belle de BusUep. Paara : I.I lor  Flemish Beauty, Winler Nellis. Durha.s  de Ang. Box. Vicar of Wakefield slid  Hardy. 2nd f.-.r Idaho and Loi.is 15 da  Jersey, 3rd fo  --. Beune d'AnjSU.  Toronto, was read   O. A. Pease, Kelowna.  by Mrs. J. W. Jones. A number  of missionaries from China and  Japan who were on furlough, were  in attendance al ll.e Board meeting, and from their addresses a  splendid paper hod been prepared by Mrs. Siac, y. Our missionaries give all -"ihey die daily."  T lie address of the evening was  given by Rev. F. \V. Hardy, Inking for his subject, " 1 he Reflex Influence of Missions."  lhe offering amounted lo $16  which goes to the entertaining  auxiliary.  Mrs. Gray of Penticton was elected Disirict Organizer. An invitation to hold the next convention in  Vernon was accepted.  Opening of Men's Club  On Monday night a new social  prganizalion started on a career  whir II, it is hoped, will be useful  and profitable to lhe men belonging lo the congiegation of St.  Michael's   church.     It's   tide   is:  lhe Chinch Men's Club of Si.  Michael and All Angel's Church,"  and its object is lo minister lo the  social, intellectual and spiritual  welfare of ita members.  At a meeting held a fortnight  ago lhe constitution of the club  was drawn up and lhe officers  elected, Mr. R. E. Denison is president, Mr. E. R. Bailey vice-president,  and  Mr. Royle arc.-lrras.  lions (four) turned  out  in  gqod Already tieally 30 members have  numbers and nfler listening lo the  two eloquent sermons, went home  feeling thai after all, and Iu spile  of low prices, things ni'glil be  worse, anil some of ihem decided  to take off the thuk glasses through  which they had been viewing the  future of the district. The church  was prettily decorated, the choir  rose to lhe occasion wilh two  appropriate anthems, and all wns  been enrolled, so that lhe club has  critainly received a good slart.  The club room is in the Keller  Block (late K.L.O. office) and will  he open lo members every week  night except Wednesday, which is  reserved for lhe Ladies' Club),  from 7 to 10 p.m., and on Sundays  after Evensong to 10 p.m.  lhe members of the B.C. Horse  arranging  lo  give  a series of  harmonious and sa isfnc orv  .,        n    , , . |   ,  ,   ���* "CP' inie arranging   lo   give  a  series ol  the collections, wdiich did nol re-it h .1 I    j .t l .l  ii        ' "    ,,"cn<-". monthly dnncrslhrough lhe winter  the goodly sum rea i/ed  lasl  vear ' TI II I     1   u ���    ,l  I      ���        * ,     ,    ,    ,   '     ,'  season.     I best- will be held m the  out   ns   we   remained    before���it  r\ ii ,\    r   .    r ,\  ���  ..I , .  ���v"     "  Opt ta I I,,use, llie fust r. I lhe series  might have In en worse i l  i I        mi       m i  , being iV Id on Monday, N< vein' cr  ��� I4lh.     A full no heslrn is lo b    ie  Mr. J. Bouch, on* time proprietor attendance  aiiil   dancing will  be  of a barber shop ih Kelowna, ia at j held from 8.30 to 12.   Tickets arc  preaent visiting lhe cily. : to be $1 |,er couple.  Apples : Ist for Kincr of Tompkins   an.I  Canada Baldwin, 3rd for Slark ai d la!-  ' man Sweat.  W. C. Blackwood, Kelowna.  Apples .-  Ist (or York Imperial, 2nc' /or  Wealthy.  Mrs. McKee, Kelowna.  Apples,': 2nd for Yellow Newtow i.  D. W. Crowley, Kelowna.  Apples : Ist lor Gano.  J. E. Lyltle, Kelowna.  Apples: I.t lor N.' W. Graenlnff, ?nd  (or Talman Sweet.   Crab Apple. : 2nd  for Fly.lop.  J. Conlin, Kelowna.  Apples : Ist for Belle de Boak.-op.  C. Martin, Kelownn.  Apple. : 2nd for Rome Beauty.  H. Hardy. Kelowna.  Apple. : Is: ha Salome.  R. Munson, Kelowna.  Apple. : ial for 20-or. Pippin.  W. A. Scott, Kelowna.  Apples | lsl for Ben Davia.  Smith Bros, Kelowna.  Apples : 3rd foi Jonathan.  D. E. Gelstly, Kelowna.  Apples : 3rd f.ir Bismarck.  H. Burtch, Kelowna.  Apples : 3rd for Spilzenberg.  Mrs. Laing, Peachland.  Apples :  Ist   lor   Roxbuty  Russel, 2nd  for  Kiim   David, Sutton.  Beauty  and  York Imperial, 3id lot Wealthy. Grapes:  2rd for Delaware and Moore's Diamond.  Mrs. R. Duncan was a visitor  Vernon this week.  to  Mrs.S. T.  week fiom i  Molilalia.  Elliott  returned   last  visit   lo   friends   in  Ed. Toler, lhe Vernon wresder  who is to meet Chief Sutherland  next week, bent Chas. Browr, ex-  champion of Nova Scotia, in n  match nt Vernon last week. Sutherland was in Vernon, acting as  referee.  Mr. E. L McArthur, of the Do- ���  minion Trust Co., and Capt. Hai-  man, n visitor from lhe Old Country, were in town ihis week, motoring down from Vernon Wednesday  and returning Thursday by the  same route.  A new nutr mobile garage is to  be opined by n new company, and  a building is being erected for lhe  purpose to the rear of Collet I'��  In, i Bam This will he fit ed  with all appliances of machine and  repair shop. The, Orchard Citi) Record  Thursday, October 30  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  P*hltshed every Thursday at Ihe Office,  Kelowna, B.C.  IOH.X LEATHLEY, EdHor and Proprietor.  Suhssttpllon $1.50 per annum.  To United Stales $2.00 pet annum.  Aavetltetng tales upon application.  The Burning Question  There has been a disposition in  the post lo complain of the lack of  publicity given by the coast and  other leading papers to Okanagan  matters, but for the past few days  ut least, this charge could hardly  be laid at their door.  Column alter column has been  printed surmounted by slating  headlines, all having for their theme  the situation in which bounteous  nature has. by reason of her lavish  generosity, placed lhe fruitgrower  a curious situation indeed. This  year's tremendous crop of fine  quality fruit has so far exceeded  expectations that the growers are,  for the firsr lime, face to face with  the real prn!-l<-r>i , f ft .,}'���,. an outlet and a prulitable one lor their  product.  Much of this publicity, it is to be  regretted, is not of a kind which  is calculated to advance the interests of the valley. Some of it is  written with a keen appreciation  of the needs and possibilities of  the fruit growing industry, but  much is based upon the extravagant and exaggerated accounts of  conditions here. " Carloads of  fruit rotting on the ground," &c,  look well enough as sensational  headlines, but they are apt to convey to the outside public misleading impressions which will lake a  long time to eradicate.  It is a good sign lhat one and ull  agree thai the Okanagan can produce an unlimited supply of fruil  which for quality takes a place  second to none in the world, and  the very fact lhat lhe production of  this fine fruit has so apidly . n I ao  completely outstripped shipping  and marketing facilities, should be  a source of encouragement rather  than otherwise. The Okanagan  to-day is in the position of the oil  prospector who after long and  patient endeavor has at length  struck a "gusher" which defies all  his puny efforts to control. Waste  under such circumstances is inevitable for a time. But he will control it, and so will the Okanagan  fruit grower. These things have  happened before ; indeed, nearly  all fast-growing districts have had  lo go through similar experiences.  It is well known that even  in lhe oldest and best organized  districts a glut of fruit Is not  unknown, but by long experience  they are not so easily taken unawares.  The present agitation, and lhe  visit of the party of Vancouver's  business leaders can not but have  a good effect. It will help on the  cause of expanding the market and  hasten the provision of better transportation facilities.  Men need to be urged even into acting in their own inteii sts, and  it is up to the grower now, and the  boards of trade and other bodies  in the valley to get together nnd  evolve an organization who h can  successfully secure and hold the  j ever-growing markets of the Canadian West, and reach out to the  fruit consumer lhe woild over.  ]" Profits for the fruit glower,"  i should be their slogan, for upon  'the prosperity of the individual  I growers depends the progress of  lhe whole valley.  Communications  Under thia houilinu eomiriiinkatLnin itlll  be rscalted upon smj subject nf Interest  Letters muat be attf'iod. oe brief, nculd  perec-nelirlea. The Kdtlor dope riot rise  flaaarllii endoreu opiiilona fllccn bcloir.  Wake Up Kelowna!  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record."  Dear Sir,���Would you kindly  allow me a space in your valuable  columns ?  Well, here we have a fast-growing city situated on one of the  nicest spots of B.C., nnd our population is over 2,000 persons, I  presume, and what have we in  this city of ours in the way of  summer attraction ? I am sorry to  say, very little indeed.  No.w, fellow citizens, wake up I  Cannol something be done ? Here  we have a splendid public park  ond an artistic bandstand but,  what's lhe use of lhe bandstand ?  All last summer it stood for ornn-  mentation only���was, I believe,  only once in use.  Now, I don't see why <vc can't  have a good band in our town.  When music is required in town il  has to be hired from another town.  Up and down the lake you find  smaller towns than ours with n  band lo their credit.  Just look back to last summer  and see what a lot of people  visited lhe park and lake shore  and what was there for ihem ?  Nothing but to walch the children  playing in the sand or something  less amusing. More than once I myself heard the remark : " Wouldn't  it be nice lo have n band in lhe  park these nights ? "  Now I am positively sure Kelowna could have what the people  desire -a band by next summer.  Now is the time lo gel to work and  have a good winter's practice.  Now, I hope this will come  under the eye of some nf lhe  business men in town, nnd I also  hope lo hear of steps being taken  in the near future lo organize a  band.  Very truly yours,  LOVER  OF MUSIC.  When you have a bad cold you wunt  llie best medicine obtainal ������ so as to cure  it with aa little delay as possible. Here is  a druggist's opinion : " I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for fifteen yeara,"  sayB Enos I-ollar, of Saratoga, Ind., "and  consider it lhe best on the market." For  sale by nil dealers.  He��ters Heaters Heaters  This  store  has   prepared   a  most  complete display.  You cannot help  but appreciate the opportunity that  is afforded you in choice  Hot Blast Heaters  Three sizes.    Brick lined, front and lop feed.  Just what you've looked for  Airtight Heaters   ah.  prices  Wood Heaters, Coal Heaters  Wood and Coal Heaters  A large stock to choose from.    No better value for  your money anywhere.  NATIONAL Stoves and Ranges are Guaranteed  Dalgleish & Harding  KELLER   BLOCK  TBI.  L^*W��,Wilw  :Np,32o4L  108 Cheques Will be  Distributed Among Canadian  Farmers. Will You Get One of Them ?  In addition to the twenty-seven first prizes of $50 each, there will  be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our  1912 PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS  This contest is alone the same lines as the  one which was so successful last year, except  that there are three times as many prizes, and  therefore three times as many chances for  each contestant to win. Every farmer in Canada who uses "Canada" Cement is eligible to  compete. The conditions are such that large  and small users of cement have equal opportunities to win a S50 prize.  The contest ii divided into three cliu.eri, and there  are lint, second, third and fourth prizes (>50, $25,  $15 and $10) in each clats.  CLASS "A"��� Prlzta Jo b< awarded to lha lour farmer. In eacb vrarlnc.  who ua. moil "Canada" Cement on tlielr turn. In 1912.  CLASS "II"    I'll/e, to be .warded ro t]:r lour falmer* In each  province who aend pbomrrapbi ol the best concrete  Work done wlra   "Canada"   Cement   on their   (arm.  In 1911.  i aia "  CLASS  Send  me  particulars  of your  Prize Contest  C''���Ptlwi to be ���warded to tha (ou Ftrmtn  ln tub pror.DC* wbo tend tbe bcrt titscrip-  tion, telllni bow any piece of concrete work  wu done with "Canada." Cement. (Knirle.  for ihiiprl/j muit bo Kcomptnltd by photo-  - tnpbioftbework.)  In addition to thus being: divided into  classes, so as to five small users of cement an  equal chance with those who use more, the  Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one  for each province. So you see you need only  to compete with the other farmers of your own  province, and not with those all over Canada.  Don't think that because you have never  used cement, you cannot win a prize. Many  of lut year'-, prize winneri had  never med cement before they  entered the Contest. We will lend  you a free book, "What the  riinim Can Do With Concrete,"  that will not only help you in Uie  Contest, but will tell you every-  thing you could want to know about  the uie of cement on the (arm.  Don't delay, but acrid ui jour  naoie and addreia to-day and fet  Ibll free book and full paninilan  of the Price Conte*t rifbt iw��r.  Uie a Utter, poetal of coupon  ��i?-\  rA>��  Address Publicity M.aagar  Canada Cement Company  UnltaWf  501 Herald Bide.   -  Montreal  tree book,  .  'What the farmer  can do with (bncrete"  will be sent to all  who request details  of the Prize Contest.  Don't be  Tempted  Into the belief that you can buy better or cheaper from  anyone else than you can from me. Opportunities come  and go, but -what is the good if one doesn't grasp them  when they come ? The secret of success is to be able  to see and take hold of a good thing when it comes along.  Now is Your Opportunity  For a Safe and Sound Investment  one that will give you ample returns for your outlay.  Come and see me and I can give you ample proof of what  others have done, and what they have done you can do ;  so hurry up while you have the opportunity.  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and 1 will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  P.O. Box 495.   'PHone 194.  :    Crowley  Block  Office open every evening after supper.  BUSINESS IS GOOD  The Volume of business that has come our way this fall is  nearly double that which we had   any   year   previously.  There  R  is a rveason  Superior Goods       Low Prices       Prompt Deliveries  McVitiefic Price's Famous  Old Country  Biscuit  Over 20 varieties    .        .        50c II,.  Ridgway's  Old   Country  Tea per lb.       -     50c.  5 O'clock Tea       -      60c.  Crosse &  Blackwell's  Products  Pickles,  Inn s,   Jellies,   Marninliulrs  and fur tire same pi ice yon pay for  inferior goods.  Heinze's Products.  Including, their Famous Pork and  Beans, a very appetizing tlisli these  cold evenings.    15c nnd 25c per tin.  Ajax Hams and Bacon  finest in the land  -       ���       28c Ib.  Hollybrook Eggs  Every Egg Guaranteed Fresh 60c doz  Case Eggs  Splendid for cooking      ���   45c doz,  New  Zealand   Creamery  Butter, per lb.   -     45c  Shamrock Butter,   40c lb.  Domestic Sardines  A shipment just arrived, regular 10c  per lin' this week 5c,   Try 'em  Good Salmon, 2 tins 25c.  This is good buying  with   meat  at  the price it is.  Currants,  2 lbs. 25c.  Choice Seeded Raisins.  3 pkgs. for 25c.  White Swan Soap  6 bars for 25c.  Sunlight Soap, 5 bars 25c.  Cranberries for the  Thanksgiving Dinner  Cape Cod Cranberries are extra good  thia year and ours are the beat obtainable. 2 Iba. 35c.  Celery, Lettuce i.nd Sweet  Potatoes  And all other varieties of vegetables  constantly on hand.  Prompt Delive.ies  We try to get our ordera delivered  withathe greatest possible dispatch,  and very rarely have our customers  cause for complaint on thia score,  but we would auggeat that in view  of the approach of fall with ita dark  nighta and wretched roada, it would  be a favor to order early in the  morning which will make it easier  on both man and beast in delivering  the goods.  Fish    .  New Foundland cod in 2 Ib. bricks  fre'h in finnan Haddie, Smoked  Halibut, Choice Kipperi. We will  endeavor to keep a ��upply of the  above linei constantly in stock.  'Phone 22.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 Thursday, October 30  The Orchard Gity Record  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry the beat line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and genu').    Alj kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and  nee  our ^tock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is lhe lime to give your order.  rvCp&inng is our special feature  Buggies,  Feed  Wagons,  Hay,  Oats,  Democrats,  &c.  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  To suit all purchasers  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dcale:  Farm and Orchard  Implements . '  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150  �����%,  -" - - .*^��&'-^a^5Sa��S  ��� is  jwujaim fate jjk  mb&. hometoveb:-  now ti the^time tofetthe houu  beady job ��aU and winter., we  have oub new <Uobe fydl oj $eau~  tMutthinft that wMl make youb  home bmUe. you tove a SeauUjul  home^ don't you^ bo why not bfend  borne oj youb afifyfe and tomato  money to make youb home hapjyy f  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Hornet Happy."  British Columbia Win*'  Honors at Lethbridge  British Columbia was awarded  the trophy for the best exhibit of  fruit at the recent Dry Farming  degress at Lethbridge, and had  the province not been debarred  from competition on account of  its exhibit not being entirely a dry-  fanning one, there is no doubt but  lhat it would have taken the first  tMace, as it was generally conceded  to be the bent on view. The fir t  prize for early potatoes*��asawarded to lhe province, and lhe first  and second prize was also secured  for late potatoes, together with the  sweepstake prize for the best pot-  atos on earth, the winning exhibit  being sent from Armstrong.  These priz s were won in competition with a large number ol  exhibits, which, the congress being  an international one, came from-f ir  afield, there being large exhibits  from California, Colorado, Oklahoma, Idaho, Washington a-irl  other pliir.es, There was "carcelv  anything in competition from Brit  ish Columbia but what secured a  prize.  New  Kettle  Valley  Bridge  Work on lhe steel bridge pvrr  the Okanagan River Is being pushed ahead rapidly, all the piledi'iv-  ing and false work being finished.  Mr. W. H. Norval, representing  Messrs. Carlson & Chiniiahl, is in  charge o(,tlic work. The bridg  is being constructed by lhe Butter-  field & Armstrong Co. of Seattle  It will have a swing span of 100  feet, to enable boats to go up and  down the river, and will be 50 feet  from the abutments to the central  pier. A six-inch centrifugal pump  is at work pumping out water from  the coffer dams to prepare for the  concrete, and a concrete mixer is  already on lhe ground.  ���Penticton Herald.  UTS FOR WES  The Hon. A. D. Monk, Minister  of Public Works, in the Dominion  cabinet has resigned his portfolio,  A box car fell from the C. P. R.  slip into the lake at Summerland  last week.  Evidences multiply, says an ex-  hange, that  the span   of life   is  lengthening. The tireless cooker  ins postponed indefinitely the age  nt which chicken becomes a fowl.  Over 80 important resolutions  were passed at the convention of  the union of B. C. Municipalities  held at Revelstoke last week. Next  year's convention is to be held in  Vancouver.  The dead body of an unknown  man was found near the railroad  grade nt West Summerland lasl  Thursday. From the clothing and  appearance of deceased, it is surmised he was a Swede working on  the K. V. R. who has been missing  for six weeks. Beside the body  was a bottle containing carbolic  acid. The case is supposed to be  one of suicide.  JUST RECEIVED  Fresh .lock ofU.CC. (English) Sapins      -       - 40c. lb.  Buchanan's High Cla���� Bon Bons, all flavors - 50c. Ib.  Fielders' Vienna Bon Bons, peanut and  butter  centres, really delicious. -' - - - 50c. lb.  Buchanan's, Moir's and Ganong's chocolates, in  Almond paste, fruit, nut and cream centres 60c. lb.  THEY ALL DO IT  Have their Afternoon Tea and meet their fnends at  -ALSGARD'S fitttt Kelowna, B. C.  OPERA HOUSE  MONDAY &  TUESDAY  4th and 5th Nov.  Herndon Sisters  A refined Singing and Musical Act  Lew Harris  The Popular Hebrew Comedian.  THURSDAY, FRIDAY  and SATURDAY      ,  7th. 8th and 9th Nov.  Ed. and  Theresa Young  Comedy, Singing and Dancing Act. ,  Marie Campbell  English Comedienne  AND  Motion Pictures  Changed Every Night  Adults 20c.     Children 10c.  Sick headache ia caused by a disordered  stomach. Take Chamberlain'a Tablets and  correct thai and the headaches will disappear.   For aale by all dealers.  Some Injustices Thejr Have Suffered  in tbe Past, hut Which the        '  Ssfrsge tea   tVont   Allow    t  In future.  "Woman Is more moral, more  virtuous, more temperate Mian man.  It has been said that It Is sufficient  for a woman to be beuutiful and a  mother. This lu perfumed nonsense.  A woman hus us much right to fie  complete development of her faculties  as a man has." Thus the Infante  Eu'laMa of Bpsln, King Arlfonso'a aunt.  In her volume of essays recenOly  published ln France ��� n book which  created a storm In a tea-cup at tbe  Spanish Court. Curiously enough,  almost simultaneously with the publication of this book, In which the  Royal lady expresses her canddd  views on divorce, nmrrlage, Court life,  and a variety of other subjects, comes  the report of an announcement made  by Mr. Max EHstman, Professor of  Philosophy at Columbia University,  and his wife, "Miss Ida Rauh," who  were married recently. The professor  Insists that his wife shall be treated  exactly like himself, and shall enjoy  that freedom and Individuality hitherto regarded as the sole prerogative  of man.  Perfect Humes aud Perfect Marriages  "1 gat Quite cross," he says, "when  people call my wife Mrs Eastman. She  la still Miss Ida iiuiiii, for my desire  Is that she sliould be entirely Independent of me la every way. Aa  free, In fact, as before we were married."  Miss Ituuh Is secretary to the Women's Trade Union League, and her  husband, like herself, is In favour of  votes fur women. When aaked If his  wife's attention to outside matters did  not interfere with home life, Professor Boatman exclaimed: ���  "Certainly uot. 'Men carry on their  work without neglecting their homes,  so why sliould not women? They  also should be economically Independent, and then we should have perfect  homes iindp erfoet murrioges."  .Selfish 'linn.  "What Is wanted," interrupted Miss  Ituuh, "la for tbe women to have  liberty to choose. If (lie wife Is domestic uud Wants to stay at home,  then she should bit Tree to do that.  If she takes cure of :.he homo aud  rears children, she Is selt-iuptforilntt  Just aa much us If she worlied outside for u salary. A wife who wants  to work ut something else, and who  hus u talent tor something outside tlie  home, should be free to do us she  likes. Wonivu were not born with  puns tied .iruiind their necks aa a  sign that It wus Lhelr destiny to wash  them." \  "Woman," said u champion of  female suffrage to the writer the  other day, "hus rrom time Immemorial  been utterly submerged by man. He  controls her life and affairs Just as  he thinks fit."  J.e#ul Klgliis  And, Judging by Mr. Ernest J.  Schuster's book, "The Wife in Ancient  and Modern Times", It would seem  that there Is a great deal of truth  in the latter remark. He points out,  for Instance, that In the case of tho  ancient Hebrews the wives were expected to be good housekeepers, and  have no other views than their husbands'. The legal position of the  early Greek wife was not much better.  She was condemned to close confinement in Ihe house,-expected to appear  ln public as little as possible, and  never allowed to show herself when  her husband received guests. In ancient Germany the wife was completely under the authority of her  husband, and had no legal power  without the co-operation, and even today marriage Is still a legal transaction between bridegroom and bride's  father, or guurdlan.  And it is not so long ago slnco in  England the entire personal property of the wife, and all she acquired  by her own effoWft passed to her  tiusbnnd. She roulil dispose of nothing  und enter upon no obligations wltli-  out his consent, und even with hie  consent she could make no will. Mr.  Schuster mentions lhat the popular  saying that ti man may beut Ills wife  so long as the stick Is nut too thick  to go through the wedding-ring ia  still current among the luwer elassee.  Hopeful of the Future  The arrived Wunn'ii's Property Act,  however gave the wife complete Independent rights of property, und the  English wife uf to-duy would occupy  a better pusltlon, as Tar as the rules  of law ure concerned, than In any  other country, were it not thnt the  (���"million:; ul furmer daya ana recalled  by an Inequitable und Irrational law  of divorce. It might be mentioned  that the Kri'iri'li wife, both as to herself ami tier proporty, Is delivered  bound bund and loot to the caprice  of tier husbund.  Hut Mr.. Schuster Is hopeful of the  future.  "Signs are uot wanting," he writes,  "that a path Is being opened up which  will lead the wuy lo a worthier scope  for  the  powers  of  women,  a  wider  j field  for  their  activity, and  a  cor-  ! responding)}' higher position In their  i rclutlons with Uie men ot the world."  | Latest Sbin.llillng liodgc.  i     The up-to-date wuman thief makes  ! use  of  two  or  more  strong  elastic  gurfers on her leg In order to safely  I carry   off  her   spoils.    She   usually  l works lu (lie following manner when  'lining" small goods.   By an apparent  accident she knocks down an article  or tray of articles on her aide of the  counter and, waiting her opportunity,  stoops down as if to adjust her shoelace.   This act gives her tfra chance  to secrete beneath .one of the farters  any article she has been successful  in purloining. s��  Professional Beggar (to Haidup's  office): "I've been out of won* for  over a year, mister, and alnt got th'  price of n sight's iodgln'. Coo y��  do anything to help me outf  Ha'rtlup (sardonically): "I'd like to,  l,ul I I'fi'ii.'ncd my foot 00 A  ...Lei'd.iy."  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  rrrrriiPingiriiffi    ni imm  Lews* Reiowaa 9 a.m., 3.M p.m.  Leavei Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Serviee on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei We.tbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE, FRIDAYS  Leave* Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Creelc 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  An ad. in the ''Record"  ie the hall-mark of a progrreiaive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  V**mSa*t****a**ltr*S**!*r**a****<^^  C. H. E. HUDSON  .... ii. |i I HP    '  Landscapea��d  Portrait  Phtttqqrqrlrar  Large*! Studios in tha Interior  Portraita by appointment  Pendozi Street.   ���   Kelowna  Sutton's Seeds  ORDER* TAKEN MOW FOR  Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrymnthtsnunis  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Craen house.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   -   $75,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Call in and see ovr splendid new display of  CHINA  CROCKERY &  GUSSWARE  Select your purchases (rom a large assortment of the choicest modern designs  Lamp Shades,  Electric Table Lamps,  & Electric Light Fittings  We have an exceptionally fine range of these goods  Marine and Stationary Engines,  Bicycles and Repairs, Launch Fittings  GEO. F. JAMES  i: KELOWNA, B.C.  Telephone 54  PENDOZI STREET  P. O. Box 90  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Betwean Presbyterian Ar new Enaliah cliurcam.)  Cut Flower*  Carnations, 10c. each.  Chrysanthemum!, 10c. a ipray.  Bulbs  Narcissus, Tulips, 35c. a doc. Crocus,  Anemone, Iris, Lily ol tha Valla)', 25c.  a doz. Hyacinths, French, Roman, 10c.  each; Early white, $1 a dot; Dutch  named varieties, 15c. each.  Pol Plants and Forced Bulbs  PALMER & R0GERS0N ��� tfox 117  Telephone   -   S��  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds oP Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  We Guarantee  The "Record" will rfcoord a record in your busiasss  records if you will try it.   How)   Why just advertise The. Orchard Citu Record  Thursday October 30  The Keloicna Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED,  FOR SHLE-SPLENDID  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTIMG ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  This block cannot be excelled {"orsub-dioisiou purposes  In a aub-dioision of thia block eoery lot would be ti  FISST-CMSS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City tcater aoailable oiu Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate mill find it toorth their while to call at  our office and mahe inquiry into this offer.  CALL, OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Ca'8 OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  'e'Z $ 'aC'ir-ratrtaf *���*_���*��� <W beaaie __  We have just opened our Fall stock of  Heating Stoves  and  Ranges  It will pay you  to see this large assortment before purchasing  Town and Country  Mayor Junes returned Saturday  from Revelstoke.  Mr. Noel Ellison returned from  Vancouver Monday last.  Mr. Geo. Royle left Monday to  Ity hia fortune at llie coasl.  Mr. and Mis. J. N. Cameron and  baby liave gone to llie coast for a  few days.  Mr. B. McDonald went lo tlie  coast last weekend for a few days  visit.  Mrs. Ciipl. Knight will receive  on Monday, November 4lli from  4 lo 6 p.m.  Mr. G. Guesl, of " Wildermere "  on llie Vemon road, gathered a  cup of ripe raspberries on his place  lasl Sunday,  The   Benevolent   Sociely     will  inert at the home of Mrs. G. Row-  fflnTe   on   Saturday   afternoon    al  4 p.m.  Mr. G. H. Dunn returned Thursday last from Revelsloke, where  he has been a delegate to the  municipal convenlion.  Mr. Thomas Cunningham, provincial fruit inspector, passed  through Monday on his way down  the lake to Summerland.  Mr. D. Lister who has had temporary charge of the Presbyterian  church at Benvoulin, left Friday  for Lumby. He is lo be succeeded by lhe Rev. Mr. O'Brien  from Alberta, who will have charge  of the Benvoulin, Rutland and  Glenmore circuit.  Posters are out announcing the  great wrestling match which is to  take place on Wednesday evening  November 6th, between Chief Sutherland ol Kelowna and-Ed. Toler  of Vernon. The match will be  held iu lhe Opera House, and the  arrangements are in lhe hands of  the Fire Brigade.  lhe Brotherhood meetings which  attracted so many young men lust  winler aie to be continued this  year on Sunday afternoons An the  Bsplist church, and next Sunday  after noon the Rev. G. A. Dunn, of  lhe Presbyterian church will give  the opening address. The meeting  will commence at 3.45; wilh lhe  Rev. D. J. Welsh in the chair, and  will be of a non-sectarian nature.  A very hearty invitation is extended to young men of all or any  denominations  Aid. H. H. Millie and family  were amongst the arrivals by Monday's boat, after an absence of  some four months spent in visiting the "ould sod," for it was from  the emerald Isle that Harry came  some twenty-five years ago. The  yarns he has to tell about the  great times he has had during his  visit lo lhe scene of his boyhood  days, and the big cities of Europe,  would fill a book. The welcome  he received on the wharf, and indeed at every point fiom Sicamous  d wn, showed lhe friendly regard  iu which he Is held.  . PROFESSIONAL AND  j      BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C,  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Sqlicilor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Bleck  Kelowna  P.O. IW, 09  I larvey, BA, Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES  CIVIL  ENGINEER   and  SURVEYOR.  HARVEY,  LAND  Kelowna,  I'lione 147.  B.C.  P.O. Boa 231  ���    PIANOFORTE  MH.  HAHOLD   TOD   BOYD  .   _,_   -.      and lately  nr,   Mui.  Doc,  Olenitis! of the  I  .InljiliiHirr Rnynl College   ol   Music,  wilh Kendrick ryne,   Mu��   Doc, Org  Catlisilial.   Mint lirslci,   Eng.  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At lite Studio, Tt.nclt  III... I. Kelowna.  Minn   of   every   deacriptior,   .upplied.  PO o.��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W, Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. O. Itox liifl Tliorr. BA  Corner Peneozi Sheet and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. (1. MEYRICK  Recalvaa PupUa al Ida Sludio in ihe MORRISON  BLOCK lor 1 eaaon. in  I'lAiMOKOHTE, VIOLIN, OKOAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  1 v'bm' previoui eiperience    Will pUy (or dnnrea  Addicts Box 257, Kelowna. B.C.   Phone 67  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard - $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump) - $10.00 per ton  Wellington     - v-   $13.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA, B.C.  Telephone  Lust Wednesday evening n nieel-  iiiK was lielil in llie office of Messrs.  Harvey cV Duggan, for the purpose  of n-oigiiniziiig llie Chess Club for  the winler months. Arrangements  were made for the renting of a  room in the Keller brock, and there  lhe members will meet every evening. To defray the expenses of  rent, light and heat a charge of  75 rents each per month will be  made. Mr. R. C. H. Mathie undertook lo act as secretary. An  invitation is extended to all inter,  ested in " ye ancient game " to become member*, Those even who  can nol play, but would like lo,  will be sure to find someone willing lo initiate them into lhe mysteries of lhe art. Tournaments  and matches will be arranged from  time lo time.  Contributions of fruit, vegetables  poultry, butter, eggs, etc., would be  gladly welcomed by the Hospital  Society and may be left at tli  Hospital. 47.0.  .     COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 8. BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  irigs.Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 9J  Pianoforte, Orqun, Voice. Production  :'iiii|iiijl, HarilHmij.Oouilterpolilt:, &c.  BT4NLKY  HODKINSON  A.K.C.O.  (Asam intf of tlie RoyalCollcfqol Otfanbta, Land.)  Gives lemona  in   lha  nl>ovi>   subjects,  Qualified   by   examination,     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes   at local   examinations  (Trinity  College, London)  15   yeara' successful   leaching  experience  Studio   -    Raymer Block  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Amuc. Mam. Can. Soc. C. E        Gr��duata Toronto  University  Wataiwotka and Sawarags Syalama, Humping and  I .jylitiiiK Pianta, Concraia Con-  atrtiLtion. ate.  KELOWNA, ,:: B.C  J. W. Copeland. of Dayton, Ohio, pur-  chased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy for his boy who had a cold, and  before the bottle was nil used llic-i-flV's  cold waa gone Is that not better than to  i����� > v a five dollar, doctor's bill ? For aale by  all dealera,  Just Abojut Now is the Right Time  to call in and renew your subscription to the " Record."  INVISIBLE EYE GLASSES  Are Our Spacialty  In order to achieve the  very best results we use the  improved TORIE Lenses  and KEYPTOK Lenses,  the latest invention of the  optical science.  , J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler Sr Optiei.r,   .   Kelowna, B.C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINAHY SURGEOI.  (Gtadu.tr McGill Univerarty)  Residence I    LAWRENCE   AVE.  Messages   may  be   left   at   tbe   office   of  Messrs, Rattenbury fie Williams  Miss FRANCES A.PEARSON  LR.A.M. (London)  leaclte. corract  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  . Dox 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plant aid Estimates  Furnished  Residence,   10  Lawrence Av*.  PHONE 9J  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and, Bacon  "Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being.  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, kite and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. '       Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  ^ There is only one GLENMORE. Don't mias the op*  portunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable  property. ���-���'  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and we will  show you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms aaay,  monthly payment* if to desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  GO   TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you wanf a  BARGAIN  IN  REAL ESTATE   ,..  They have the best values in the  City and District.,  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and  see  us   and   get   our  prices before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Real Estate and Inaurance Brokers  ���Phona 25     - KELOWNA, B.C.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to -  supply all your lumber   needs *��  We have now a large stock of  local and coast.  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  , splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, October 30  Orchard City Record  VLBS  If you expect to have  bloom for Christmas you  will need to get them  planted at once. Our  stock is going rapidly and  at present comprises:���  tulips (assorted)  faffodils  (Single and Qouble)  taper White Narcissus  \heasant's Eye  Narcissus  \oman Hyacinths  tutch Hyacinths  (Assorted)  taster Lillies  UCES.  )c. per doz.  65c. per doz.  I B. Wits & Co.  IUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  40NE 19  iteamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kslowas, B.C.  Residence 'Phone: No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  ! am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  ike Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION  PARTIES  Calri.fl lor  To All Parta of lha Laka  Amusements  Manager Dun, an lias been lor-  tunale in securing tlie Miller Bros.  101 Ranch and Wild West Show  in moving pictures. Thi" set of  pictures is now being shown for  the first time in Canada and will  be exhibited at lhe Opera House'  on Saturday, November 2nd. A  very important and interesting innovation will be a thorough explanation of the main features in  the pictures by a competent lecturer. Goldie St. Clair and other  champions shown in these pictures  took part in lhe recent Calgary  Stampede. The clever work of the  dashing cowgirls, duplicating the  smart work of the cowboys, will  make you sit up and take notice.  And then thete is the friendly contests between the Cossacks and the  cowboys, the big football match  on horseback between Indians and  Mexicans, lhe fancy shooting with  shotgun, rifle and pistol, the bucking bronchos ��� so wild that they  make the kind you have seen look  like hobby horses���in fact it is a  wonh while show. You'll be sorry  if you miss it ���but why miss it ?  If you have young children you hav,i  perhapa noticed that diaordera of the  Htnirmcli are their moat common ailment.  To correct thia you will find Chamberlain'a  Stomach and Liver Tableta excellent. They  are eaay and pleasant to take, and mild  and gentle in effect. For aale by all  dealera.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sunday, in llie  monlh .t 8..1H.; Mcondand fourth  -Sunday,, all.t  Morning Prayer.  Litany on Ilia In,i and third Sunday..  Mornina Pray.r at 11 o'clock j   Kvonini Tray.r .1  7i30.  St. Andrew'., Okanagan Misaion.  Firat Sunday in month. Holy Communion atS..m  Matina and Litany, II am  Even.one 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion .t 11  Eveneoni 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. RKtor.  R.v. C H. MEYRICK. Aaaiatant I'rie.r.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Muming Servira. .I II a.m.: .vanina ..rvio at 7:30  p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  W..kly Pray.r M..iim on w��dn*ad��y. ��t ��� p.m.  Benvoulin Preabvterian Church.  Afl.rnoon aeivice al 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m'  *      METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 ���.m, and 7:50 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday ��l 0 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. .A., B.D., ('..tor  BAPTIST  Kelowna Bapiiat Church. Ellice St.  Sabbath Service! at 11 a.m. end 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.  Wad . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welah, Paalor.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  OPERA HOUSE  Saturday, November 2  MILLER BROS.  101 RANCH  And Wild West Show in Motion Pictures  All fully explained by a competent lecturer  Talk about Bucking Horses���you never saw anything  like these.   See Goldie St. Clair and other champions  who rode in the Calgary Stampede  Buffalo Hunt   -   500 Real Indians  attttmmttmmtmMttmmmmmtmmmmpmmmt^tmmmmxiimmmBmwMwmmmmm******  Prices: Adults,, 25c, Children, 10c.  Matinee at 3.15 p.m.  Continuous Show at night beginning at 7.15  Use of Fertilizers  on the Increase  Ranchers and fruit growers in the  Kootenays and Okanagan are each  season becopiing more alive to lhe  advantages to be gained Irom the  application of fertilizers in the lale  summer and fall. 1 lila especially  applies to strawbeniea and other  small fruits that have but a short  period between llie appearance of  the blossoms and the ripening of  the fruit.  To obtain the best results from  these fruits it is important to have  the plmits and bushes attain their  full growth, and to be well matured  between lhe close of the fruiting  season and the end of the growing  period. It is at this time that the  fruit bearing crowns or buds are  formed, and their belter development should be encouraged now  by lhe application of organic fertilizers at the rale of 500 lbs. to  800 lbs. per acre.  It has been found by experience  ihul the use nf liberal dressings of  readily soluble or organic fertilizers  in lhe spring has a tendency to  encourage a rank growth of the  plant, rather than lo throw it into  fruit beating. If the (ruitbeaiing  crowns or strawberries and the  buds of bush fruits, and fruil trees  of all kinds, are well developed al  the end of summer they are in  much belter shape to produce  earlirr and heavier crops next  season. II the growth is prolonged  by the injudicious applications of  either fertilizers or moisture, the  wood will not mature properly  before winter, and lhe buds suffer  in consequence.  For vegetable crops, it is good  practice to apply in the late Fall  about 300 lbs. per acre sown  broadcast on the land intended for  lliese crops, and the remainder at  lhe lime of planting. In this way  the snow and early spring rains  tend In make the plant foods contained in the fertilizra more readily  available.  Any brand of fertilizer showing  less than 8 per cent, phosphoric  acid, or 6 per cent, potash should  not be used. The higher grades  are much belter value, and in some  instanced do not cost nny more per  ton than the low grade manure.,  and give more satisfactory results.  Generally speaking, no mistake  can be made by applying a fertilizer which is high in phosphoric  acid, say 10 to 12 per cent, derived from bone, and potash from 8  to 12 per cent. As these elements are not likely to leak through  the soil, there is little danger of  loss in this respect.  Some may be suited wilh a onesided fertilizer that for the time being supplies one element, usudly  phosphoric acid, and in the meantime exhausts the other plant food  from the soil. The gypsum in acid  phosphate also helps to exliau t  the potash even faster. The common farm crops take from the soil  from two to four times as much  potash a. phosphoric seid. The  longer acid phosphate has been  used, the greater the present need  of potash.  In studying the analysis of organic fertilizers, it is important to consider the way in which the phosphoric acid is stated, as it is so  easy for the farmer or fruit grower  lo be deceived by misleading figures.  Robert Barr, the Scottish novelist and editor of lhe Idler, died last  week of heart failure at his residence at Woldingham, Surrey. He  had deen ill (or a month.  Britiah Columbia and Alberta are  the two provinces, according to  statistics, where men stand the  largest chance of batchelorhood.  In t'leae two provinces ihere are  two males to every one female.  The figures for British Columbia  are, males 251,619, females III),  861 ; Alberta, males 223.989, and  females 150,674. In the other  provinces the sexes are evenly  matched.  Geo.   Thomlinson  HARNESS  and Repairs  Get   ready   for  the  cold   weather by  purchasing a good  Horse Blanket  New .lock ju.i in  WATER STREET  Next to Dreamland  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true lo  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C  J. C. STOCKWELL  -   Mangr.  Phon." 194  P. O Boxl 1  Office Crowlay Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating o\ General Homo Repairs  General Houae Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Cell  nt  office  if  in   town, 'phone  or  write if at home.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and  Gsnta' Rubbar  Heal,  of tha Be* Make.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MIMING REGULATIONS  Coal mining righti of the Dominion in  Manitoba, .Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Teiritor*  iea, and in a portion of the Province of  Britiah Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one yeara at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acrea will  be leaied to one applicant.  Application for the leaae muat be made  by the applicant in peraon to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the diatrictin which the  righta applied for are aituated.  In surveyed lerritory the land muat be  described by aectiona, or legal aubdiviaioni  of aectiona, and in unaurveyed territory the  tract applied for ahall be ataked out by the  applicant himself.  bad. applicalion must be accompanied  by a tee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five centa per ton.  1 he peraon operating the mine ahall fur.  niah the Agent with aworn retuma accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, auch returns ahould be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the leaaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  righta may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application ahould  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion 1 ends.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication ot this  advertisement will not be paid fer.  Try a " Want" in the Record  WATCHES THAT  KEEP TIME  The value of a watch it in ita ability  to keep time, and when it fails to do  this is really of no use to the owner.  -Realizing this, we have endeavored  at all times to keep only watches that  we can recommend as being accurate.  We do not claim that our watches  are all perfect time-keepers, but do  claim that they are equal to any and  superior to the average.  Each watch is sold under our own  personal guarantee, and with fight years  of experience in Kelowna we have a  good knowledge of the class of watch  most suited to a dry climate such as  ours.  If you are interested in watches at all  come in and let us show you our extensive stock, for out of our large assortment you will undoubtedly see something that will be of interest to you.  J. B. KNOWLES  JEWELER A: OPIICIAN       -       KELOWNA. B.C.  The Gurney-Oxford  Enthusiast  The housewife who owns a Gurney-Oxford���who  has daily experience with it���who knowa tha way  it works���the economy and efficiency el it���is a  Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast  The Gurney-Oxford Range is the sum total of 70  yean experience in stove construction. It is a big,  up-standing, handsome stove, that works constantly  and unfailingly fcr its owner** satisfaction. It stands  guard over her interests, conserving her time and  energy, effecting a daily saving in coal, adding to the  household economy and increasing the pleasure which  comes from a smooth-running and well-ordered  household.  That's why the enthusiastically recommends the  Gurney-Oxford whenever the question comes up.  . t  V  She wants her friends to learn, what she knows  to be a fact, that a Gurney-Oxford Range is a good  housewife's most valuable and cherished possession.  D. Leckie, Kelowna  J The Orchard Oitu Record  Thursdaii. October  ��� i1 iisisw iiiiiiHiiiniiiiii���inmii niiwiii'iiii 11 nn iii'iii  Sp  ecia:; Dargams  We cordially invite you lo call and  compare thegualijjfof our goods with  Others, We are certain we ran convince llie most discriminating buyer  thai tho best place lo secure the  Finest Goods is at  " The Store of Plenty "  Ar'TED! ��  " (>'.���>��� per wortT, Tn I insertion nnd  1 Cnnt '-t word each subsequent  i .   ii-i '.. ���,   ninimum 26 :���;���!���..  It;,; SALE  nny, 1 iirnRss nnd ('art.    Pemy is quiet  ido or drive.    C'.-iri and hnrness nr*- in  ml  runnirg order.   Price  nml   further  p irticulnra apply Box 84, Kelowna^      37if  WANTED  Female Help t<> work in the cannery.  Good !'��� fird ond room, furnished, Excellent  I uaranlecd. Tlie Krlownn Canning  Specials:  Fresh Comb Honey - per sq. 30c.  Jersey Milk (hotel size) reg. 30c.for 25c.  Choice Ginger Snaps     -     2- lbs. 25c.  Biscuits (McFarlane & Lang) half-lb. pkg. 20c.  Pure C~:':'!c Soap - reg. 30c. bar 25c.  Choice Eggs      -       -      45c. per doz.  Co., Ltd,  ���lOil  WAiNTED  Plain seivintr, children's flnilif. nr r;e  rr��l ilrerimnltillg,    Apply Hox <Mn.  ������������������}��������� ->v:fs i^jSBsia  ���'^^"���i ��<!*$!$�� w���r'*8��  s's&e) {Mess�� ���issSsW  :     200   Hi  Cult.  Expe  We expect a shipment of Genuine  Wiltshire   Bacon   firat  of  the  week.  Phone your order  Get the Habit���go to  FOR SALE ,  ,    "UN,'I. " Typewriter, perfect  cn��ditl"n.  < I \pply "Record" Office, x  LOST  ;    Dropped in Pnai Office pad f \<  ��� fitriit films rihI prints addrenaed ;" LeRn-i  Dol en. Findei plcate leturn t" "Record  Office i:  WANTED  Chicken.!     Appl)   St.   Lnnli  WAITRESS WANTED  i iiiced.    Apply St. 1 ouis Cafe,  FOR SALE  !    Wlrippv polo Saddle, ��25 : Lnrge 1 leotor  (liox), 37 ina. long! $10;   ilcavy loaning  ��� on, $00.   Childers, Box 21-1.       47r(  FOR  S \1 !���'.  -.1 ndid |f��am of  matched hay Mares i  quid : ���<��� ���-' I, 2,550 I'-:.   AI��o good   mil.  row.    Alex  Cowan, Benvoulin. 4H-0  TO RENT  Two-stall Stable, on Pnrk avenue.    Al  '      ���  rroclca, .Strom! Hand Store.       4B|f  11'. uMSTER WANTS WORK  !    Uafil   lo  fliivinfi   four.horae   team   on  tnirie.     Neorly   life - Ions   temperance.  E.ilj  ti-  t     Addresa " Prairie," Kelowna  Ret I Office. 48.0  FURNISHED BEDROOMS  with breakfast on.I .upper.   Apply  P. O.  Br �� 155 or Record Office. 49-50  COOK FOR BACHELOR  or three or four meh, (Englishman).    C  make bread.   Bos M, Record Office,   ���(' ll  Von know, il is funny lo  hear people talk about the  harm coffee rjoea lo you,  Vou Ii ive al ;o heard  lhat Tea will ruin your  nerves; that cocoa plays  havoc with your kidneys :  S ["RAYED  quarter Jersey heiferi branded PP  rijht hip, lip of left ear slit.   $5 offered to       fliat milk  make:-,  you  bnyone returning liei to W. B. Pease, Bli  Mow lai    i 1 a i.  SI RAVED  i    nn I     co s camp, Glenrostt, Weatbn  white Bi lj   Farrier female, Irfi eye   Im  Rewar .'    tv n I..,- applying Jis. J. I)..\ii,  Rn�� -110. K, hnvnn. -I'M)  Prompt Deliveries  i iwisusMMiHiii'iiiimia 1'iir  :  .  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    i    B.C.  *,^UCTfc<?r^.'w��g^;-i.r,y.Jr.i.Taij^-,..^'a.i^r.:J^  Fowiie's  Gloves  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  1 leadcjuarleis for the Economical Buyer  Hosiery  Prepare for the Cool Weather  Here is Warm Bedding  BLANKETS of evel>' Ascription  ��� Hudson  Bays in all  colors. Light and Dark Grey Wool in  all weights. White in all weights and  qualities.  Pillows, &c.  COMFORTERS h��� the Very  1    ���         .     cheapest Cotton lo the Finest Eiderdown.  SHEETS  Flannelette    Sheets   in  ��� Grey and While.  ious; ami l'u il wall ris lull  ul p lisonous germs, -If  ihis is so and a pi i s n is  temperate, they must of  necessity-die for want of  something io drink, or  lake chances on some one  of ihem.  You Take  No Ounces  if you use our fresh ground  Java and Mocha at 50c,  per pound. Some ask for  chicory lo he put in il,  others like just lhe straight  coffee. We recomment it  ns it is.   There is no-helter,  Women's Fall and Winter Hosiery  Women's Flannelette Wear"  Our slock of Ladicn' Wear was never more complete.  Underwear in all the fine wools, hoth Two Piece and Combinations,    Full line of Fall and winter hosiery.  Ladies'  Coats,  Suits,  Evening Gowns,  Dresses,  Blouses,  in facl anything you ask for.  ti  lere is no purer, anc  Furs  Our stock of Furs is very complete and if you want a  sett come early and get nri-t choice.    We have some  beautifu r-t   i   i  Mink, Black Mink and Mink Marmot  Come iu and inspect our slock.  No   trouble   to  show   goods.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones :       Dry Goods, 314;     Office, 143.  It Won't  Hurt You  The McKenzie   Limited   GREW SUBGEHT  Hon  h'ml  ('liiinilli'i  ���;i| |j    till'   t'tlllfti'l n   1 -'I I  i  Untied  i!...  laVcsnl  Aladt  Wife.  T.o.sl    !I  Ie it postilblo to live a dual lifa wlth-  out knowing It? 'i'he answer "So"  would tin linWy h- ncceptcd by o tio  people oul oi '.cm (nil I'ot Dr. 'Alilton  G. Sturgis mill nr, ... i rgi 3m Ill hava  rofi'iiiiv treated -i cuti at Seattle,  Wiistiini'.u.ii. '.\! i;, -! i I'jriiiolio.i one  moiT pronl ilia1, fan In stranger than  fiction. Ill tlie ctisc In question the  patient, S, ilhaiullei' Kodgorfl, alter  being violnntl; ,��� uaulted ami receiving son re In lurli Lhe lu'nd, rosin*  ed the i.ir.it for fourteen years uudor  the name of Knii.v. Then ho suddenly beeume n I I, md aw.oke to  flnil lit.1 was rii'.i.v use yearn of age  and married. Vt.i he know nothing  of hi^ life from the il:.;.- lie w:ls seveii-  leeai, and morel) thouglit Unit he had  been Hi for a fev, flnj b  'I'liruiui Into tin' llud.ion  The tragod) ol Bodgsr'B life occurred ou hia uevontoonth blrlthduy.  According lo his own slory, ho waa  huvln: , . fl I'ii i on thai day, M;iy  let, I8U Uu thet; lived In .New York,  aud k.i i walking down Thirty-Second  (Street, i i ;t men with two co;a-  poaloue aaked him for n match.  Jocularl) yoniii Kodgora repllM, "I'm  no mulch factory." I'hla led to a quarrel, ;  Ur ti),. , .  ..,;.  irhngged and  thrown Into the Hudson River, lie  was reacuod, troated at Hoosevelt  ii". r I, an I tin it uMmippenred, Ho  came to hia real bi i fourteen yeara  later, In line Pn r'laolai Hospital at  SeatMo.  In thi mcantli he had ��aj��d��red  aboul u     imdi r tho name nf  Oeorge Kr lly, He had Borved In lhe  Navy, aa Ihe discharge papers round  .upon In in  . loarl)   Hhpwcd,  and  ultl-  mstoJj    foun I   .   ip ent   la   the  lumber cami i tie, where he I  w�� I n iwu ��� : work-ran    . th  ., record for .     . noan Ind Bobrli ly, I  In Auch./   '     .     n,ri      Ml ,s Agnos i  ���'> li li und the)  lived very happily  togi thei ror ., ith One day Kelly  disappeared A fi .. days later ire  Wilb 'on i ��� :-' reel In n sum  of Insanity, rue doctors nl the I'ro-  ������"' ��� I !'��� i ' ded lo .M. i.ue ou  Mm foi   I i���,. 0p, ���;.  Uou   ..  .i ���:,. ,,, ���   mi,  |,mi  |0  their-u in Binenl      Kelly . n    o  10 ci i i. In   i,   k .,;. :.  trom  ' io '   ���    he id iila  Identlt)    ii      iki I and n  I" '" H and lis ��i    r, whom  he   I... I   lof|      ||  Mi).:.      ii, 1 |n  ino |���iiS.  pi tail for flvr ��� ...    ,,,,,.  "'������      ��� i fin       "  ���"olio* i.,'    lumber  led to     o him ui tin  lioa-  i'11" i  hul    . ed  thi  .  .. lire!)  ns sir.    [i i.  Hiiln'l  Knott  Ills Wife  "I ni ver ..n.  you  . tjij snltl  to them, time  r  i    ���   and when  "le  ''"��� i ���  to si ,- only  stared al  hi.. . ��� . .,.  ,v,us  a " ��� ii li   i ...i un,  "1 dldn'i :,,,. . r��� ,:, :l ,|,PV  ���aid I *'us lu Bi ill he i.; b, "and  waa brought hero u i Uoorgo Kelly.  I   looked   In   lire   mil r. ,'       v   my  face  > .    .ii. , .[���   ,, | -I,   ,(,,,;,  broken, lun I wae Bure the) were  whole, i'ii,., I1..,! mi uie the i. ithea  1 liuil on; I could not believe I wore  Llleln."  riilin. tely, hi '.'. for, Kally was  convinced I bal he w�� I nol being  hoaxed. Prool I liowlng-that when  lie wa.i assaulti . ti Ni w York Hie  blows iniit.1 hnvi .i nTfeoted hia head  thai he unconsi oi. I) changed iiia  Identity, wore I ro -.-u |��� (ore lilm  every day, and ultimately ho decided  to take up n life again from the  time be enti h. the Provl iclaj lioa-  plial, and end. nvour to maji i the woman he I.,i,i , t , h .; ;. . ,..,. aa l,p  said, naively, "��i��ioug��i I cannot sav  I line her now, i don'i dl like her."  Such la the Irani bi i of s.  Chiuidlor Rod ; , wl a i 8, in Uie  opinion of ti,e many omlnonl pliy-  Bloian under \ ho ������ ui uce n lias been  brought, Is one or lhe mofll nilracuioiu  In aurgery.  BERMl FORTUNES  Sum of tlaftt 'flOO Is Ihe Top figure  uud llie Jir m |17,0(iu,0W, liniii  1'mbi   .il by  tVoiueo  ui Un lur   .  The essential mailer of a recently  Buppressed   1'ruaalan  "your  hook" ia  lall) ���,  io llglll nml n eon-  spectus  m'  ii, illieiuiire  olaaa  of  lo, a million-  i ie in Dial i' .ii ol the world, Is lhe  i of a million marks -- ;^riii,-  tlilu. and ni thll class, according  lo Mi" author of Mio compilation, there  in-,' 8,300.  ' n   fortunes   In  ll'lw I     $47,.HOO,000  'i lie iwo named are  I ,' women - the  ughter of Krupp,.  Uie latter by n daughter of the Vienna  '.'��� Iiilds |li>tween them come a  number ol nobleinen whose wealth is  principally In poal and zinc, a fact  itrongly corrolu rntlve of tho clnlnia  to minora] wealftr I itely pul forward  by Oormany. Immetllftloily behind the  fragmeiil of Ihe Itnlhsflilld fortune  follows a Berlin hanker. Aftor him  comes n Duke In tho mining und  manufacturing district of Weetphalla  wilh |)B, ,000  Canadians will wonder nt lhe prn-  i'I.Ioii v ith v. li-', li lin I'm .i.ui flioal  luMicrltirii nseorlnln and lux them.  The init iiriii', n is based upon neeess-  ments.for "Income and capital taxes,"  and an Ingenious Teutonic   >si (  chocks und cotinti t Chadta leaves no  i' eni li r iiieli'gllily lo osoajie pa] Ing  hia Juai dm i    \ pdhlloatlon equally  ,  ive, di  ,ni    tmei dres,   would  have i ��� in! - t hul eannol bio looked  for  ii once.  "KolBin8 '. ' the matter with  your I'..Hi ir'i       ���       i    there, Jerry?"  ���I : linn i notl lie's been coughing ror thin ' ' BM, nnd he can  cough louder un�� lliau ovor."  A Photograph  of  the Children'  will bo a plena urn now aiio  a delight lo yon in y��ara to  come. Your oljaenl friends,  too, will Appreciate such n  plcturot  Bring llie little onoi ilnwu to  GRAVSSTUDIO  rowci iri'i' mock  Jl specially if made of child studies  Open I lines., I'lidhv & Saltirday,,  From 10 Ull 5   ������__.  Our Fall Stock  -il J." ' ��� li. . ���! rived and  ��� an show you i!i > irj it  ". i . is-.*" Inn i.f I tockeia  lv.'i .slni'.vn in Kelowna,  We arc more limn ante cf  the quality and the price is  just a little lower ilian nny  yon ever looked nl before.  ! Iie.it* arc one of the  many li ' : which ��'e just  openetl up. Look over our  slock any Hay now and you  will eay lltere is going to be  " something doing."  ���:'  W. M. PARKER & CQ.ft��ftate .  Crowley Block - Box 316 - Bernard Ave, ] <  i i  All repairs ahsolulely guaranteed \ ,  i'ii.-   Rrcoti -i  Pr   ��� n    p ������  nn*1 117,000,000.  i > .i   po  former  In   ".<  NOTICE  PUBLIC NOIICE  ii   hereby 8iven tl.Bt |  tlie   Cntindinn   Pacific   Railway Company  |  Jitl deposit in thfl Land Registry Oifice in j  (lie City of Knmloops, Province of   Biitisli  '  i Columbia, on the 29th August, 1912, under '  I No. I.OBH, Plan. Profile and Book of Refer-  j  cuce,   of   proposed   spur Irock (o l)e con-  ��� ulnicted I>y the saiil  Cotnpnny in the City  . of   Kelowna,   in   the   Province of   British  I Columbia, said spur truck being shown aa  ! crossing | Inynts AvenUd   ami   Blocks  25  I  j and 29 (to tlie pfemUei of  Geoige Row-  fclilTe), nnd lhat thirty .dm* after this not-  i ice or as soon tliercafitM" uu the application  ���  can be ht>ard, lhe Canadian Pacific Railway  Company intends lo apply to the- Board of  i Railway   Commissioncis   for   Canada   for  i authority   to   construct   and   operate   the  nlorcsaid spur.  (     Dated   at   Vancouver   9th   September  i 1912.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,      i  E. W. BA1EMAN,  Local Right ol Way and Lease Agent,  43 -4f> Vancouver, B.C,  Gymnasium Time Table  Mondays.   -7.30 to 10.00 (men).  Tu-sdays.    3.00 to 5.00 (girls).  7.30lo 10.00 (ladies)  Wednesdays.   3.30 to 6.00 (boys).  7.00 to 10.00 (men).  Thursdays.-   3,00 to 5.00 (ladies).  7.30 to 10.00.  Wrestling nml lioxiriK (special).  Fridoys.-7.30 to 10.00 (men).  Saturdays ���10.^0   a.m.   to    12.00  noon (boys).  3.00 io 5.00 (girls).  7.30 to 10.00.  Open to  men tor practice,  no instruction.  FEES   l:OR   SEASON:  Men, $6 each ;  Ladies, $3 each ; t  Girls, $2 each ;   Boys, $3 each.  Conibiurd ticket: wrestling, box-  ina .md gymnastics, $8.  .1 ickets can he obtained at the  gymnasium  or from lhe secretary,  Mr.W. McCubbin.'  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING

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