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 d i?m. ri)  VOL IV.   NO. 41  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,  SEPT. 5, 1912.  Meeting of  City Council  Estimates for the Year���Rate  Fixed at 20 mills, on Land Only  The council met Tuesday thia  week, the Mayor and Aid. Sutherland, Copeland, Raymer and Blackwood attending.     ���  Th.e following accounts were  passed :  R. H. Parkinson,   establishing  St.  Paul street grade  R. Campbell, work at power houae  C. Manler.raising electric light poles  W. Ryan, work on water and light  extensions       ....  P. Poffey do. ^^^^  C. Lancaster, work on water main  extension .... 96.97  K. Smith do. -   33.03  G. F. Teal, August aalary ., -10000  Power House salaries, August -563.12  G. H. Dunn, city clerk's aalary -130.00  P. T. Dunn, clerk'e assistant. . 63.00  W. H. Paisley, August scavenging- 166.66  R. Sutherland, chief constable's sal- 90.00  , Geo. McKay, night constable's sal - 70.00  Dr. Keller, rent of office - ��� 13.00  Geo. Markham, work in park and  cleaning office .... 6.00  Canadian Pipe Co., pipe for sewers 593.82  J. Trewhitt, sewer con. time check   24.00  $1.50 For Annum.  11.50  6.05  3.00  38.10  103.58  A. Sorroa  J. McConigle  W. Aehworth  N.Savage  G. Miller  J. Lambert  J. Ferguaon  G. Bloonquest  P. Doyle  C. Miller  N. Savage  J. Cully  H. Pennon  A. Vernor  J. M. Davie  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  36.00  15.67  27.67  6.35  6.33  30.33  31.00  30.33  25.67  3.00  3.00  21.35  21.33  34.00  33.67  W. L. Carter, clerical woi*V in office 120.00  1. S. Chamberlin, repairs to plow - .50  G. Jamea. supplies for June fv July- 36.90  G. Hunjford, cutting weede streets- 22.00  E. Blackwood, 7} daya' teaming - 45.00  G. Dillon do. -   45.00  C. Nichol, 7J days' work on streets 22.50  Palace Hotel, meals for prisoners . 14.70  C.P.R., freight on carbons    ' ��� 4.01  Canavan fit Mitchell, payment on  account of commission on sewer  ,;\ m construction .... 800.00  STj. Weeks, work in park - . 81.00  G. Dillon, watering atreeta - - 109.50  Can. Fairbanka Co., sup. for engine 3,63  Imperial Oil Co., gasoline ��� - 55.24  Sewer Construction Payaheet for 16  days ending Auguet 31 at.       1,836.92  Mr. J. C. Curtis happened  to be  in the council chamber as the meeting commenced and opened- a vig.  (ire on the members of the coun  cil for their " want of business  methods," their " ahilly-ahallyniK  ways," and general unreasonableness. It appeared lhat i plo-v liad  been borrowed from Mr. Curtis foi  use in loosening up the gravel  when the men were hauling Irom  the pit for street work. The foreman had promised to get some remuneration from the council for  the owner. Mr. Curtis had accordingly sent in a bill to the city for  $24.25 at the rate of 25c. per day  for the use of the plow. He had  made repeated applications, he  said, but the bill had not-been paid.  Mr. Curtis was ..evere in his  critciam of the Council's conduct���  so murh so that His Worship, recovering at length from the suddenness of the altack, ..reminded  him that he was appearing before  the Council of the City of Kelowna,  and must conduct himself in a manner befitting the occasion. If he  had a good caae against the council and would present it in a plain  straight forward way he could be  sure of a hearing. The matter it  seemed had been brought before  the council for the first time at its  last meeting and referred to Aid.  Copeland.  Aid. Copeland said the Board of  Works had not come to any decision about it. They certainly did  not feel like paying $24 for the use  of a plow that could be bought  new for $22, especially as before  they had been able to use it at all  they had had to fit it with a new  share and sole. He promised to  look into the case ut once.  A letter was read announcing  the visit on the following day ol  th? Municipal Commission under  the "Public Enquiries, Act." It was  decided if possible lo arrange a  meeting wilh the council in the  evening.  A telegram was read definitely  announcing that the Duke of Con-  naught's party would be in Kelowna on Saturday, October 5th from  2.15 to 3.45 p.m.  A petition was received from the  residents of Fuller avenue for the  extension of the electric light along  (.that atreet.  A petition was also received for  a sewer on the first alley south of  Leon avenue from Ellis Si. to the  end.  Mr. T. E. Cooper, the city assessor presented a report to the effect  that the total assessment on land  in the city, as revised bv the Court  of Revision waa $2,454,525.  Aid. Sutherland, in the absence  of Aid. Taylor, chairman of the  Finance Committee laid before the  council the following estimate of  revenue and expense for the year:  Fell From Building  An unfortunate accident, which  might have have had more serious  consequences, happened last Satur  day moruiiiR, on ihe new houae  which Mr. Cuita is erecting for Mi.  W. T. Ashbridge, ou Glenn Ave.  Wm. Enston, a carpenter, waa  working on (he second atory, when  he unwittingly stepped backward  into a hole left for the chimney,  and fell through into the basement  a distance of about twenty feet. He  was picked up almost unconscious  and carried across to Mr. Hall's  house, Dra. McNaughton and Knox  being summoned.- He was afterwards removed to Mr. Curls' place  where hia injuriea were examined.  He waa found to be Buffering from  a broken rib, and waa badly bruised and shaken. Sunday he was  removed to the hospital, and reports state that he is progressing  favorably.  'Visit of Municipal  Commission  Inquire Into  Working of the  Municipal Clauses Act  Interesting Double Wedding  A double wedding which will be  of considerable interest to Kelowna  people, all the parties concerned  having lived here until recently,  wus celebrated last Wednesday,  August 28th at Pilot Mound, Sask.  Miss Nettie Tait was married to  Mr. O. B. Hidden, and Miss Minnie  Tait to Mr. Chas. ��. Dick. Mr.  and. Mrs. Holden aluved off al Kelowna last Saturday, llie guests of  Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker, on  their way to Peachland, where they  will take up (heir residence. Mr.  and Mrs. Dick went eaat for a short  honeymoon, after which they will  return to Calgary, where Mr. Dick  is in the real estate business.  Nurses Will Organize  A mass meeting of the graduate  nurses ol the province will be hejd  in the Christ Church school rooms,  Vancouver, Tuesday, September  20th at 3 p.m.  Hie object nf this meeting is to  organize a British Columbia Graduate Nurses' Asaociation for the  purpoae of obtaining regiatration  for the nurses of the province. Il  ia hoped lhat all who can possibly  attend will be present.  At the Opera House  Estimated  Revenue  1912  ..  Taxes  Electric Light  Water Works  Trade Licenses  Fire Protection  Sundries  Justice  City Offices  Streets, Sdwks., &c  Parks  Donations  Debentures  Contingent  School  $44,906  15,095  6,014  2,300  2,237  Increase  over  kit year  $21,704  2,461  1.847  150  1.000  District Tax  Estimated  Expend.  1912  $ 8,000  3,500  1.000  3,400  3,200  3,500  13,750  2,000  3.000  17,426  2,000  10,776  Increase  over  laat year  $1,690  1,086  523  1,612  1.125  5,931  130  1.805  2,352  Debenture  Expenditure  6,68802  37611  2,463'I4  3.35226  4,524       2,419.40  Several items had been left out  of the report aaid Aid. Sutherland,  such as scavenging, street watering,  &c, but they were provided for by  special rates which paid for them.  The amount of $44,906 to be  raiaed-by taxes would necessitate  a rate for general expenses of 8.7  mills, for interest and sinking fund  on debentures of 7.1, and for  school purposes, 4 mills, a total of  19.8. There would be a rebate of  one-sixth off the general rate but  not off the other two.  It was proposed to strike the rate  in the by-law aa follows to be levied on land only:  General  Debenture  School  9 mills  ���   7   ���  4   ���  20  Last year's rate it was mentioned  was23J mills on land and improvements.  By-law 116 fixing the rate at 20  mills was read a first and second  time, a special meeting being arranged for the following morning  to further advance it.  At .the special meeting on Wednesday the tax by-law was read s  third time, which waa the main  purpoae for which the meeting had  been called.  Several mattera, however, were  discussed. Mayor Jones mentioned that there had' been several  slight accidents to the workmen in  the construction of the sewerege,  and attention had been drawn to  the fact that there was a danger  that the city might become liable  for some heavy damages if anything  serious happened during the course  of construction. It was decided to  enquire as to the rate for a general  blanket insurance policy to cover  such accidents.  Aid Sutherland proposed that the  clerk be instructed to write to Mr.  J. M. Robinson, of Naramata thanking him for the use of his houseboat during the Irrigation Convention.  Everybody who has visited the  theatres during recent years remembers the Pollard Juvenile Opera  Company which enjoyed auch a  wide vogue throughout thia continent. Well, the youngsters are  coming back after three years in  other lands. They are coming  back wilh their wits sharpened,  their ideas broadened and their  careers assured. Every one of the  young folks who compoae thia latest company ia tried and true and  haa a training which would entitle  him or her to a poaition in the front  ranks of the grown up professional  companies. The repertoire this  season is delightfully complete and  contains operas and musical comedies for the most psrt new in this  vicinity. There are some thirty-five  or forty of the Pollards this season  and the scenic productions ate  even more complete than here-to-  fore. Opera House manager Duncan has arranged for two appearances of these talented youngsters  during the Fall Fair.  Patrick Doyle pleaded guilty ihis  morning before Magistrate Raymer  to stealing a gold watch, the properly of y Japanese woman. Doyle  had absti acted the watch from a  trunk at the Japanese restaurant,  but Chief Sutherland got on hia  Patrack and brought him to book.  He was sent up to Kamloops to  await trial.  Mrs. Chittenden and baby, of  Penticton, are visiting in town this  week.  A resolution was passed lhat the  request of Mr. I. B. Whitehead for  a reduction of his trade license on  the pool room be not granted.  Aid. Copeland iienlioned Mr.  Curtis'plow and stated that the  committee had decided to pay for  a new share.  The meeting then adjourned.  The special commission appointed under the " Public Enquiries "  Act, to inquire into the present  system of municipal government  throughout the province held a  session in Kelownayeaterday evening in the council chamber. I'he  commission appointed bv the  Lieut.-Governor consists of Messrs.  Wm. H. Keary, of New Westminster, who presided, Hugh A. Mac-  Lean, K.C., of Victoria, and Alfred  E. Bull, barrister of Vancouver.  Although the meeting was open  to all interested in municipal matters ihe only persons present were  the mayor and aldermen and city  clerk.  The aession waa conducted with  all the formality of a court of law,  a proclamation being firat read  declaring the authority ol the commission and indicating its objects,  viz., to inquire into the operation  of the Municipal Clauaea Acl in the  province.  Mayor Jones, Aid. Sutherland,  Aid. Raymer, Aid. Copeland and  Mr. G. H. Dunn, cily clerk, were  each sworn in turn, and mude many  suggestions which were carefully  noted bv the? commissioners.  It is the aim of the commission  by consulting in this way with those  who are practically concerned wilh  the application of the Act to city  government, to amass a fund of information which will be a valuable  guide in any future amendments.  A large number of questions  were directed toward seeking a  solution for the present difficulty  experienced by cities and municipalities in the preparation of the  voters' list. Owing to a clause in  the act which reatricts the Iranchiae  ao far aa property owners are concerned, to holders of registered  deeds, excluding thereby all owners  under agreements of sale, not only  ia a great injustice done to many  people who are really and truly  the tax payers, but an unlooked-for  task is placed upon the council of  ascertaining the registered owners  of each lot in the city, a task which  frequently entails a special search  in the land registry office at Kamloops.  The former method, adopted by  nearly all councils, of making up  the voters' list from the assessment  roll, is no longer admissible as  famous decision in Victoria  showed.  As Mayor Jones pointed out.  person might be the owner of  thousands of dollars worth of property in the city, but because he  had no registered deed he was nol  entitled le vote. He strongly  advocated compiling the voters'  list from the asseaament roll. The  names on the uasessment roll were  those of the city's real ratepayera  who ahould be the voters.  Commissioner MacLean was  plainly of opinion that this was the  solution of the whole difficulty..  The roll, he said was not made up  for any political or partizan purpose, and should contain the persons really entitled to vote. Perhaps a few cases might arise where  a peraon would get a vote who  ahould not, but the system would  be more certain and involve intin-  ately leas labor than chasing up the  holders of registered deeds.  A suggestion brought forward  by Mayor Jones and assented to  by each of the other witneaaes was  that the council should be elected  for a longer term. Two years, he  thought, would be sufficient with  half retiring each year. By this  means greater continuity in the  work of the council would be  secured. As it waa, in caaea where  all the aldermen retired, it was  often several months before the  new men became sufficiently conversant with the work, nnd valuable  time was thus wasted. '  Government by commission was  diacuaaed at some length. Mayor  Jones said that although he favored  the principle, he did not think it  wise for a place like Kelowna  which could not afford to pay high  salaried officials.  The opinions of the witnesses  were sought upon the adoption of  a uniform system of auditing  city  accounts and the appointment of a  government inspector of accounts  who could also give expert advice  as to the interpretation of the Act;  on the chanting of election day  from Thursday to Saturday, so as  to allow a longer period between  nomination and election.  Mayor Jones pointed out the  difficulty in not being able to borrow money lo improve the public  park. Kelowna had a beautiful  site for a park but could only make  slow progress with its development  as the sums they were able to take  from the general fund for the purpoae annually were so small. What  was wanted wns the power to borrow say $10,000 or $12,000 to put  the park into such shape that they  could enjov it now, but this power  the Act did not give.  Commissioner MacLean aaid he  thought the aite for Kelowna's park  was one of the most beautiful he  had ever seen and .reflected great  credit upon those who had had  the foresight to secure it. The  city would be foolish if it ever  parted with one foot of it.  Mr. A. E. Bull and the chairman  were both inclined to think the  city had power to borrow money  for such a purpose, and instanced  New Westminster and Burnaby as  having done exactly the same  thing.  Aid. Sutherland disagreed with  the restriction imposed by the Act  lhat the discount allowed by the  city from taxea paid promptly  should be only on the general tax.  He thought the discount should be  extended equally to the debenture  and the school taxes, believing that  the extra inducement offered would  result in much more prompt payments. Through a misunderstanding Kelowna had been doing this  in the past and had found it work  exceedingly well.  Aid. Sutherland also advocated  abolishing the necessity for gelling  a petition from the rate-payers before a money by-law could be presented. The by-law nad to be  voted upon by the electors any way  and a petition simply meant appealing to them twice. The difficulty was not evident here,  but  Opera House Under  New Management  A change in management it announced this week in connection  with the Opera House, Mr. Raymer having leased it to Mr. R.  Duncan, proprietor of "Dreamland"  who is taking it up with an energy  which augurs well for its future.  Mr. Duncan has already demonstrated hia ability in this line by the  manner in which he haa conducted his moving picture theatre,  which he has raised to a high standard, and which haa become a  popular item in the city's amusements.  He is more than a mere showman, he is an enthusiast in hia business, and realizes to the full the  great educative possibilities in moving pictures, and by adhering strictly to his determination to keep his  show free from the elements which  tend to debase it in some cities, he  has been rewarded with a patronage which is ample testimony to  the public's appreciation.  Mr. Duncan takes over the Opera  House with the same desire to provide only the best obtainable, and  will limit bookings aa far aa possible to companies of established reputation, and who can make good  their promises.  Postal Statistics  must be very great in larger cities.  Aid. Raymer was questioned as  to the remuneration of the council.  He said the practice had never  been followed here, but he believed that where a business man sacrificed his time to devote it to the  city's affairs, he was entitled to  some pay for it  Another important matter upon  which opinions were asked was  the loaning of the city's sinking  fund. It was evident from the remarks of the commissioners that  the practice was fraught with some  danger in other places, and the  greatest caution was advised. An  instance was givin of one small  city which had loaned $35,000 in  one sum on one security, a risky  proceeding.  The city clerk, Mr. G. H. Dunn,  pointed out several little anomalies  in the Act which he had discovered tn his endeavours to comply  with its provisions. A certain  clause, for instance, required the  Court of Revision to be advertised  in a newspaper on four consecutive days, an impossibility where  there was no daily paper. He  also pointed out the inconvenience  which arose from the inability of  the clerk of a city to take declarations in connection wilh the voters'  list. The curious part of it was  that the clerk of a district municipality was empowed to take'such  declarations. The commissioners  agreed that there was no reason  why a city clerk should not have  the same power.  At the conclusion of what was a  most interesting session, the chairman thanked (he council for their  evidence and ihe use of the room.  To-day, Thursday, the commissioners are visiting Summerland, and  the next stop in their itinerary being Penticton.  During the afternoon prior to  the local meeting and on the following morning the visitors were  driven around the district and  shown over the city.  According to statistics prepared  by the postal union relating to the  circulation of poat cards, in the various countries of the world, Germany heads the list with 1,500,000,-  000 per annum. Japan comes  next with not much more than half  this amount, namely, 894.000.000  Great Britain being a good third  with 845,000,000.  As regards other countries, Austria sends out 432,000.000. Russia  290.000.000. Italy 137.000.000 and  Hungary 113,000,000.  It will probably come as a grn-  eial surprise that France sends out  only 30,000,000 post cards, but this  is probably due to the fact that a  post card containing more than  five words costs the relatively high  amount of ten centimes.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own corrsspondent)  "The wharf which for some time  has been in a precarious condition  has been repaired.  Mrs. P. H. L. Seeley and her little  daughter are expected home from  Kelowna this week  We are sorry tp learn that Mrs  Stocks who for a short time has  been visiting her sons, is obliged  on account of sudden illness al  home, to leave again for the Old  Country almost immediately.  Mr. G. M Reid was amongst the  visitors here on Wednesday lasl.  He will shortly be busy again getting off his next lot of fruit.  On Sunday last a party of people met at Somerset ranch to attend  a service conducted by Mr. L.  Stocks. Some amusement being  caused by the arrival of the organ  on horse-back I Later in the afternoon Mrs. Somerset entertained a  number of friends. Tea, and the  beautiful selections given by Miss  Somerset on her violin being much  enjoyed by all.  A parcels post system is to be  inaugurated by the United States  Post Office department in January,  1913.  The Bishop of the Diocese is to  visit Kelowna on Friday 13th of  this month, and will hold confirmation services at St. Michael's church.  Accompanying the Bishop on his  tour of the diocese is Rev. Canon  Perkins, of Westminster Abbey.  Superintendent J. E. McCrea of.  the Society for the Prevention of  Cruelty to Animals, was in town  thia week, investigating sevcnl  cases of cruelty.   One flagrant in-  The extent of the damage done  by-fire and water, last Thursday at  Mr. Harker'a house is estimated at ��� .. ....*..,.   v���� unginm w  $1,000. Helpers were plentiful stance was brought before the msj-  and all the furniture was removed istrale, and a teamster fined sums  from the house but some of it was amounting [to $ 19 for driving a  damaged by water. Mr. Harker I team with sores on shoulders and  wishes to expresa hia thanks to the neck. The hope was expressed  Brigade and to the numerous help- that others would take the hint,  ers for their energy in saving his and that a repitition of such of-  property. | fences would be prevented. The Orchard Citu Record  Thursday, September 0  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published euery Thursday ai ihe Office,  Kelowna. B.C.  jQH.X LEATHLEY. Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To Untied States $2,00 per annum.  Advertising tales upon application,  Beiy)oulin Notes  (Frum our own miitspondsjiit)  Friday evening was the scene of  a very merry gathering nt the home  of Mr. and Mrs. Reicl, the guest of  honor being Mr. D. C. Herron  who left on Monday's boat for  Glasgow, Scotland, where he goes  to complete his studies. After  varied programme Mrs. D. Ross  Squair was called upon to read the  following address :���  To D. C. Herron, E��q., M.A.,  Sir, -We, the Ladies of Benvoulin,  deiire to expreu our appreciation of the  great work you have done ���inungit ui  We feci that in your leaving us that we  are losing a real friend - a friend thai  hat coma up to the standard ot the  definition that you gave us some time  ago : "A friend is one who, when they  come to our house, will enjoy such  things aa we have and show that (hey  enjoy them.'' Such, indeed, sir, has  heen our association with yourself.  You have movejjfc abcut anionics! us  for the r*"t f>v mftM^i and 1 think we  can iiK's.'., ���>���') liiui cvciy one of us  were glad when Mr. Herron stayed unci  supped with us. Cuud fellowship seemed to have surrounded you ; your pretence chased away the gloom Hnd  brought sunshine instead - -why even the  little ones were always glad to see Mr.  Herron coming. Yes, we can sing with  all our hearts that " He s a Jolly Good  Fellow " and we believe this has been  the secret of your success. When the  people like their minister fust as a man  it ia more easy to lilce him as a preacher  even if lie does hit the sore spots,  First then, sir, we appreciate you as a  man. Second, we appreciate you as a  faithful minister of Jesus Christ. We  feel assured that if we are not better  men and women the fault is our own  for your messages have always been full,  straight and clear cut. "Die wayfaring  men though fools shall not err (herein."  You can leave us with a clear conscience that you have preached " the  whole council of Cod" not only in Benvoulin but in Rutland, Gleninorc and  among the homeless hoys in various  camps. We shall remember your messages for many years to come ; in fact  there is not a day but some part of  your sermons comes back to us, and we  believe that should we never meet again  on earth you will see in that great day  when small and great shall stand before  God the results of these five months'  work.  At  you   leave   us to complete your  studies and enter on your life work we  feel that we would like you to have  something from us that will keep us in  your remembrance and we think we  might use the word of Scripture without  irreverence : " There is here a lad with  five barley loaves.'* Ihis token is only  the barley loaves, but our esteem is not  there, it ia in the great wealth of fragments that remains to be gathered ip  in the affectionate regard of the people  of Benvoulin for yourself.  We hope, sir, that God will in Hi  good pleasure sp-ue you many years lo  labor for Him in tin* sunie faithful manner that you have done in this district  and when you go back to your own  country, New Zealand, we would ask  you to remember us, and we, I am sure,  will always remember these five short  months.  Wfl are, sir,  your sincere fi lends,  (signed for the I adiet' Aid)  MRS. D. ROSS SQUAIR,  President.  Mrs. Dan McLean presented him  with the token which took the  form of n fob and Canadian gold  coin with inscription.  Mr. Herron replied to the ad-  dress in a few well-chosen words  Mr. W. A. Scolt started singing  " Blest Be the Tie That Binds " and  the whole company joined in n  very hear'y manner. The evening  was brought to a close by lunch  being served and the singing of  " Auld Lang Syne," and " He's a  Jolly Good Frllow," everyone joining hands.  Mr. Herron preached his fare  well termon on Sunday" night, t  sermon that will be remembered  by all who heard it, from the good  old gospel text " Marvel not that  1 said unto you ye must be born  again," John iii. 7. His eloquenc  and earnestness brought the tears  lo many eyes.  A good number of his friends  were at the boat on Monday morning to wish him Godspeed.  If you knew of the real value of Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back, soreness  of the muscles, sprains and rheumatic pains  you would never wish to he without it.  For sale by all dealers.  City of Kelowna  NOTICE TO MERCHANTS  NOTICE is hereby given that from this  date the Corporation of the City of Kelowna, wilt not be respontibte for goods ordered or purchased in its name unless  same are supplied upon a written requisition signed by the City Clerk. Merchants  j are requested to supply goods only upon  receipt of said wiitten requisition.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk.  Kelowna. B.C., j  Augutt 30th, 1912.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MIN1NC REGULATIONS  Coal mining righta of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Satkatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one yeart at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee 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 cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights 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 Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication ot this  advertisement will not be paid for.  You've forgotten something���  Paste those Fall Fair dates il your  hat.    Septembet 25, 26 and 27.  Few, if any, medecines have met with  the uniform success that has attended the  use of Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and  'Diarrhoea Remedy, llie rumarkable cures  of colic and diarrhcea which it haa effected  in almost every neighborhood have given  it a wide reputation. For sale by all dealers.  Short term exclusive listings wanted.    Prices must be right ��o that  the other fellow can make good  H. G. HILLARD  REAL ESTATE  Agreements  (or sale  Purchased  MORTGAGES  V  Representative for Kelowna and District  The Manufacturers Life  Insurance   Co.   of   Canada  INSURANCE  Houses (or Sale  and Rent.  Residential Lota in  all parts of the city  SNAPS  For Sale, one of the best buys in the Okanagan to-day  sMi Acres of Bearing Orchard (good varieties)  good House on property  Crops this year should net $3,000.       Price it $12,600.  Terms:   Half cash, balance $1,000 per year.  5 Acres close in with I House (valued at $6,000)  Barns, &c, also Two Cottages on Property rented for $36  per month. This property will sub-divide to good advantage  For further particulars inquire.  New House in course of construction on Paul st.  Modern and every convenience.     Price $3,500.    Terms.  80 Acres, about 44 miles from town,  with Buildings.    Best of water records " free at that."  The Price is $250 per acre.  Here is an opportunity for ihe buyer to double his money within two years  Good terms.  ROYAL  BANK  CHAMBERS  KELOWNA, B.C. ; i P. 0. BOX 304  INGRED1ENTS-  A Client,  The Homeseekers' Friend,  A Small Amount of Capital,  A Little Caution,  A Daah of Confidence, >  A Lot or Two in Kelowna,  The Right Opportunity.  Levitt's  Recipe  for  Making Dollars  But the point is this���you must seize the opportunity when it  is presented to you as you will never be able to get property  cheaper or as che p again, as Kelowna is advancing so rapidly  that prices are bound,to rise so seize the opportunity while it  presents itself.    For example:  2 Lots on Richter Street (N) one a corner lot, $250 each  House and Lot on Richter Street (S), $1,675  1   Acre On DeHart Ave., $1,850.     All on very reasonable.terms.  Lab VI1 19 The Homeseeker's Friend  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and I will try to meet your requirements either by rinding 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.  WALK ABOUT  in WALK-OVER SHOES  and you will always travel FIRST-CLASS  AGAIN we must remind you of the  ^* approach of the fall. Boxes and bales  of FALL AND WINTER GOODS tumble in  on us every day. Amongst the most recent  arrivals in our Fall and Autumn stock are  'Walk-Over' Boots  For Men and Women  This brand of boots requires no introduction to the people who wear boots. There are  No Better Shoes Made  in America  It's a |pleasure for us to tell them a* we  know the purchaser will be satisfied and   .  will be a {walking advertisement for us as  long as the boots wear.   Come in and see  them;   it's no trouble to show goods.  Remember you are under no  obligation to buy  $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00  We invite comparison.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 Thursday, September 6  Tlie -Orctiurd City Record  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavjtor Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry the best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and geniV).   All kinds of  'Whips, Bits. Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks.  Valises, at right prices.  Come and  see pur  stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order.  Iv6pa,inng is our special feature  Buggies,  Feed  Wagons,  Hay,  Oats,  Democrats,  &c.  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  To suit all purchasers  i           ���            Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  AouM-maictli  tub. moneih-baveh:*-  if uou vtibh a hua fob thut hoom  uou eon find It hifht now.    we  ^nuirkingbUrehateiitM  on the huobwe have that theu ahe  bailing hiaht out of ouh btobe.  let a Seautiful hug bail hifht  into uoub home and bhhead Ubelf  out on thatflooh.   thewholefam^  ilu eon enjoy a niee new hug.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  "Wt Make Homes Happy."  Phori." 194 P. O Boxl 2  Office Crowley Block  E'ENGLAND  BUILDER  D.corating A General House Repairs  General House Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call at office if in town, 'phone  or  writ, if at home.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Armstrong Wins Lacrosse  League  The Armstrong lacrurse team  has kept things humming for other  valley lacrosse teams this year and  have captured all the ��ilverware  consisting of the Kelou nu Tobacco  Company's cup, the Lawson cup,  and the " Vernon News " cup.  These cups have to be won three  years in succession by any team  before they become the absolute  property of the team. Kelowna  ind Vernon have each held the  cups for a season and Armstrong  takes her lurn now to exhibit the  bullion and with the line-up the  local boys have had the past season thrylshould be able easily lo  hold it for two years more when  it would be their property.  .  ���" Armstrong Advertiser.'  Funeral of General Booth  The body of the founder of the  Salvation Army, General William  Booth, was buried beside that of  his wife last Thursday in the old  cemetery of Abney Park, in the  heart of the east end of London,  where the great evangelist begnn  the work that spread all over the  entire world. No such gathering  of^jjie populace in funeral procession haa been witnessed there  except those at the time of the  death of Queen Victoria and King  Edward. The multitude in and  about the cemetery numbered not  less than 50,000. The new commander, Bramwell Booth, himself  pronounced a long eulogy and  read the committal service when  his father's body was lowered into  the grave. "*  Homestead Entries  During the first six months of  1912 homestead entries for the  four western provinces recorded  by the officials of the interior department numbered 19,591 as  against 18,509 for the same period  in 1911, an increase of 1,082. For  Manitoba the entries totalled 1,710  ns against 1,459 in 1911 and for  British Columbia ihey increased  from 124 to 138. Both Saskatchewan and Alberta show decreases.  The entries for Saskatchewan for  the six months stood at 9,340 as  against 10.409 for the first half ol  I9IJ.  Stop one minute���and paste the  Fall Fair dates in your hat.  A new jail has been opened at  Summerland and received its first  occupant last week.  Continuous rains Tn England  have badly damaged the crops, the  total precipitation totaling nearly  four million tons.  Their Royal Highnesses, the  Duke and Duchess of Connaught  and Princess Patricia departed  from Toronto Wednesday last on  their tour of the west which will  require five and o half weeks lo  complete.  Further massarres of the Christ-  ains by Turkish troops on llie Albanian frontier continue to be reported, but the Montenegrin gov-  ernmeht is striving its utmost to  give effect to peaceful counsels to  representatives of European powers. "^  Led by a motor van loaded with  two tons of Bibles, a procession of  twenty-two automobiles containing  members of ihe Vancouver District  Bible Class Federation, made a  triumphal tour of the city, prior to  the distribution of 5000 Bibles to  the various hotels throughout the  city.  A commission is examining the  records of Capt. Roald Amundsen  on the south pole expedition and  soon will publish its report. It is  stated there is possibly a slight  error in the Captain's calculations  but that there is no doubt he got  within a quarter of a mile of the  pole.      _ ���  The Great Northern Railway is  calling for tenders for the construction of 40 miles of line in British  Columbia to cost $1,500,000. This  section is from Coalmont to Coqu-  ahalla Summit on the short line between Vancouver and Kootenay.  West of Coquahalia, from that  place to Hope there is room in the  valley for only one track and a  joint line will be used by llie C. P.  P. and G.N.R.  An article that has real merit should in  time become popular. That auch ia the  case with Chamberlain's Couth Remedy  haa been attested by many dealers. Here  is one of them. H. W. Hendrickson, Ohio  Falls, ll.d., writes: " Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy ia th. best for coughs, colds and  croup, and ia my best seller. For sale by  all dealera.  \s*%*  n$18  DEPARTMENT OF WORKS  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS ��up��r��criUd "Ten.  den for School-lioute, North Kelowna,"  will be received by the Honourable, the  Minuter of Public Worka up to noon on  Wednesday, the I Ith day of September,  1912, for tlie erection and completion of a  large, one-room frame achool houae on  concrete foundation and detached toilet*.  Plana, specification!, contract and forme  of tender may be seen on and after the  22nd day of August, 1912, at the offices of  the Government Agent, Vernon; the Sec*  rotary of the School Board, J. S. MecKen-  zie, Kelowna, nnd the Department of Public Works, Parliament Building*, Victoria,  B.C.  Each propusal muat be accompanied by  an accepted bank cheque or certificate of  deposit on a chartered bank of Canada  made payable to the Honourable, tha Minister of Public works, for the sum of $200  which shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when  called upon to do so, or if he fait to complete the work contracted for, The  cheques or certificate* of deposit of unsuccessful tenderer* will be returned to then.  upon the execution of the contract.  Tefidera will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature uf the tenderer  and enclosed in the envelope* fumiahed.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH.     .  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, 19th August, 1912.  40-1  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and   Gents' Rubber  Heels  ' of the Best Makes  When  you bring your watch or  clock to ua to be repaired  you can reat aasured that  it will receive the beat of  care and altention.    We  want your confidence and  are daily striving  to deserve it by conscientious  workmanahip.   We can  make any, piece of Jewelry to your own deign  and  guarantee the price  to be aa low aa the loweat  Expert Watch, Clock  and Jewelry Repairing ia our apecialty.  Try ua.  W.M. PARKER & CC^TJate  Crowley Block ��� Boi 316 - Bernard Ave.  All repairs absolutely guaranteed  A Photograph  of the Children  will be a pleaaure now and  a delight to you in yeara to  come. Your abaent frienda,  too, will appreciate auch a  picture.  Bring the little ones down to  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCLIFFE  BLOCK  y? specialty Is made of child studies  Open Thura., Friday & Saturday,  From 10 till 5  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavst Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leavei Weitbink 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Lmtm Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE.  FRIDAYS  Leaves Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES 1. CAMPBELL  'Phon. No. 106  �����V����/*^\^.a^��'Ny^*kV��.*VNB'VNs��V��aS^s'>s.��^Bf��s����^,^^,VNa��>se'  An ad. in the "Record"  is tke hall-mark of a progressive  business.    Insist   upon  people  knowing you're there  Pendozi Stmt,  G. H. t HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in th. Interior  Portraits by appointment  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flowers  -" Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   .   S75.0O0  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased ;  FIRE,  LIFE.  AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Call in and see our splendid new display of  CHINA  CROCKERY &  GLASSWARE  Select your purchases from 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  PENDOZI STREET KELOWNA. B.C.  P. O. Box 90  Telephone 54  y  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Between Presbyterian & new Eneluh churches)  Perennials (in variety)  Cut Flowers  On ssie slso si Mr. Knowles* Jewelry Store  Pot Plants  Ferns,   Begonias,  Colons,   Lantanaa,  Cyclamen, fltc.    -    15-25 cant*.  Orders taken lor bulba (or (.11 flowering  PALMER & ROGERSON - Box 117  Telephone    -    M _  J. M. CftOFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  We Guarantee  The "Record" will record a record in your business  records if you will try it.   How?   Why just advertise. The. Orchard Citij Record.  \  Thursday, September 6  The Kelotonu Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLENDID  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FKONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisbloch cannot beexcelled forsub-dioision purposes  In a sub-dioision of this block eoery lot icould be a  PIRST-CLISS BUILDING SITE  No grading or Pilling required. No sloughs.  City toater aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate trill find it roorth their tchile to call at  our office and mahe inquiry into this offer.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Keller Block ��� Kelotcna, B.C.  F VEN if you think  you have all you  ne^d for that hunting expedition or outing, come in here and look around.  You may find something that will increase your  comfort or pleasure.    W. have th.m .11.  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard  Nicola Coal (Lump)  Wellington  $17,150 per ton  $10.00 per ton  $13.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA, B.C.  Telephone  66  Just About Now is the Right Time  lo call in and renew your aubacription to the " Record."  Town and Country  Kelowna Fall Fair, September  25th, 26th and 27th.  The regular monthly Anglican  church service at the K.L.O. Bench  will he held in the school house oiT  September 8th at 3 o'clock.  Miss L. McLean left on Tuesday's  boat to attend the Columbian  College where she will undergo a  course of training. Mrs. McLean  and baby Jean accompanied her  as far as theLanding.  The next big stampede will be  lo llie Ellison school house on Friday, September 21st to attend the  big ball In aid of the Kelowna  Hospital  The monthly meeting ol the  Ladies' Hospital Aid will be held  al Mrs. Shayler's on Saturday next  at 3 p.m. All members are earnestly requested to attend as arrange  ments must be made foi the yearly  lag day.  Mr. and Mrs. D. McMillan and  Family wish to (hank their many  friends for their great assistance  and kindness during their recent  bereavement. Mr. Neil McMillan  also desires to extend his appreciation for the many kindnesses shown  him personally.  The Misses Reeves who have  been staying for the past three  weeks with Miss Anna Knight, left  Friday morning for Winnipeg.  Mrs. Johnson of Vernon came  down by Sunday's boat to pay a  visit to her son Reid, returning  Tuesday morning.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh's subject  for Sunday evening next is Chas.  Wesley.  The strong wind last Monday  morning drove the s.s. "Okanagan"  on to the wharf piles as she docked  smashing three as though they were  matchwood.  Beginning with Sunday next the  Methodist Sunday school will  change back to the afternoon as  the hot weather seems now to have  practically passed. It has been noticed, alas, that a far greater number ol scholars are able to attend  in the afternoon than in the morning. This will also affect the Bible  Class and members are asked to  please note the change.  Copies of the printed prize list  of the Kelowna Fall Fair can be  obtained upon application at the  secretary's office, T. E. Cooper  (Josselyn & Cooper).  1 he youngsters belonging to the  Methodist Church Mission Band  held their picnic yesterday afternoon at ihe home of Mr. J. Curls.  A jovial time was spent and refreshments were served after which automobiles took them for a short tour  of llie district.  H. C. Pangman, manager of the  Bank of Commerce is spending a  few days in Kamloops.  The September meeting of the  W.CT.U. will be held next Tues,  day, September 10th, in the Baptist  chuich nt 3.30. Interesting features  of this meeting will be the report  of the Provincial Convention by  the delegate, Miss Sinclair and  solos by Mrs. Dolsen and Mrs.  Ball. It is hoped to see all members and many visitors at this meeting.  Mrs. D. Lloyd-Jones has been  staying for the past week at the  home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Gartrel of Summerland.  Mr. H. J. Hewetson left last week  for the Old Country where he will  spend the winter months.  Mrs. Geo. Robison and children  returned last week from their visit  to Washington.  Mr. R. Stevens returned to his  duties in the sawmill office Monday after an enjoyable six weeks  holiday east.  Running up and down siaira. sweeping  and bending over making beds will not  make a woman healthy or beautiful. She  must get out of doors, walk a mile or two  every day and take Chamberlain's Tableta  to improve her digeslion and regulate her  bowels.    For sale by all dealers.  Our New Goods are coming in  daily. Among the latest to arrive  are :���  Hat Pins from 50c. upward  Dutch Collar PiosSoc. to 11.5o  Waist Pins from 25c. to2.5o pr  Black and Pearl Beads  From 5oc. to $10  J. B. KNOWLES  >r      -   .      KELOWNA, B.C.  km  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  i Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  c:. Harvey, B.A, Sc, C.E., D.L$.. B.C.L.S..  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL   ENClNEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  ft 6. Boa Its 'Phone ss  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Receive* Pupil* nt In:. Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for L*Mon�� in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 years' previous experience    Will play for dances  Address Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on commission.     Dray meets  all  C.P.R.  boats,  work.  All kinds  of   heavy  team  'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACrOR th BUIIJ5ER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Assoc. M.in. Ci.ii. Soc. C. E       Graduate Toronto  University  Waterworks and Sewerage Systems, Pumplnf and  Lighting Plants, Concrete Construction, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B: C.  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royul College   of   Muiic,  sand lately  with Kendrick ryne.  Mm. Doc, OrganUt of the  Cathedral, Manchester, Eng.f  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, -Kelowna.  Music  ol every  description  supplied.  P.O. .0x437.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill University)  Residence :    GLENN    AVENUE  (East  of  Ethel  Street)  Messages   may   be   left   at   the   office   of  Messrs. Ratten bury fit Williama  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plans and Eitinutei  Furnished  Residence,   10 Lawrence Ave.  PHONE ��  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kekwu, B.C.  Residence 'Phone ; No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared lo undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  with  Steam   and  Gasoline  Boats,  and alao Scowa  EXCURSIONv PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parts of the Lake  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 commanda ��� beautiful view of the town, Uke and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one* GLENMOKE. Don't mias the op-  portunity of ���electing a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and wa will  show you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms omsry,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. EC.  ..   THE  Royal Bank of Canada  Statement to the Dominion Government  Showing Condition of the Royal Bank of Canada on July 31, 1912  LIABILITIES  Capital Paid Up  $ 7,953,650.00  Reserve Fund ~~  8,929,015.00  Undivided Profits  401,480.56  Notes in Circulation  7.270,702.44  Deposits (... 93,28M��3.53  Due lo Other Banks  6.547,570.99  $124,388,222.52  ASSETS  Cash on Hand and in Banks    $22,175,807.62  Government and Municipal Securities  2.042,688.62  Railway and other Bonds, Debentures and Slocks 10.513,620.43  Call Loana in Canada  3,201.611.09  Call Loans Elsewhere than in Canada  15,773,668.17  Deposit with Dominion Government for Security a  ot Note Circulation  374J05.39  ���56.0fl2.10U2  Loana and Discounts    $65,403,230.17  Bank Premises       2,902,891.03  $124,388,222.52  H. F. REES, Manager of Kelowna Branch  |\)|/^I\J17 V   Everyone wanta to make it.   Here are a few bargains  1VIv/llaUs I that cannot be equalled���sure money-makera.  1,045 acres, 14 miles from Penticton.  600 acrea of it easy to cultivate. First-class hay or fruit Und. Free  water. Price $25 per acre.  1,000 acres, 10 miles from Kelowna.  500 acres under cultivation. First-class lead now growing fruit and.  hay. Thia property would easily produce 1,000 tone of hay per  year.   About 400 tona on it thia year. Price $70 per acre.  . 12 acres, 5 miles from Kelowna.  All in fruit, With good House and Outbuildings. Will be sold as a  going concern, including crop thia year. Price $9,500,  32 acres, half-mile from City Limits.  Five acres bearing orchard, balance in meadow. Good House and  Outbuildings. All for $18,000.  32 acres, 3 miles from City.        i  Firat-claaa  meadow  or  vegetable  lands.    Good  buildings.  Price $20,000.  Lots on Ellis Street, 50 feet by 140 ft, $1,000.  10 acres in Gty Limits.  Price $1,000 per acre. ,  192 acres on Lake, 5 miles from Kelowna.  Three-quarters of a mile lake front. Houae on property. Price $3,000.  ELLIOTT & COPELAND  "Phone 25  Real Estate and Insurance Brokers  KELOWNA, B.C. Thursday, September 5  Orel a d Gitu Record  ind Grh  If you will look in our  window you will see the  swellest line of  zribblers &  Ixercise Books  ever shown in Kelowna.  These are not all. Our  whole stock of  )chool opening supplies  is the best procurable in  Canada and is much better and more complete  than any we have ever  handled.  Sure to See Them  before you make your purchases for next term.  IB. Willits & Co.  Druggists and stationers  Kelowna,     B. C.  'HONE 19  0>\anagan Centre  From our own correspondent  Among those leaving our district to attend the " stampede " at  Calgary were Mr. J. Goldie and  Mr. S. Edwards.  The services of Miss Wentworth  have again been secured as teacher  for the Okanagan Centre school  and of Miss Smith, of Peachland,  for the Woods Lake school.  Mr. A. McLain spent a few days  visiting Mr. Dan Clark, leaving for  the east on Saturday's boat. Mr.  McLain was teacher in the school  which Mr. Clark attended as a boy  in hia old home in Ontario.  Dr. McNaughton, of Kelowna,  came up on Tuesday's boat to  inspect the children attending Okanagan Centre school according to  the provincial laws in respect of  same. The doctor had been up  the previous week to the Woods  Lake school.  Mr. W. Petrie had the misfortune  to lost one of his team last Sunday.  While running around outside il  became entangled in some barbed  wire and in its efforts to free itself  did such serious injury to one of  its legs that the animal had to be  shot.  Mr. S. Edwards has disposed of  his range property lying between  Woods and Okanagan lakes, to  Mr. Fleetwood Wilson, of Carr's  Landing. This property consists  of some 400 acres, the sale price  being in the neighbourhood of $10  an acre.  Sir Edward Ward and a party  of friends are visitors at the ranch  of E. S. Ward, son of Sir Edward,  at Carr's Landing. Sir Edward  Ward comes from London, England, <vhere he holds an important  position in the War Office. He  figured prominently at the siege ol  Ladysmith during the Boer war.  Mr. P. V. Fosberry has sold his  160-acre ranch on Okanagan lake,  three miles south of town, to Mr.  Rembler Paul, of Kelowna. Mr.  Fosberry left on Wednesday for  London, England, sailing by the  s.s. " Teutonic." Mrs. Fosberrx an<^  family expect to accompany him  on his return to this valley.  Large quantities of tomatoes are  now being hauled to the Okanagan  cannery by the own-is of fruit lots  throughout the district. The energetic secretary, Mr. H. Gleed, reports the work as progressing very  satisfactory adequate help having  been obtained to handle the season's output. TomatoeB are being  canned at the rate of six tons per  day, a material increase over the  output of last year.  The continued fine sunny spell  of weather of the past two weeks  has given way lo n wet spell, and  a decided drop in the temperature  reminds us that summer is now  over and that warmer clothes will  soon be needed. This haa been  a very pleasant summer, and taking it all round a good one for the  farmer and fruit grower. There  has been little excessive heat and  a more than usual quantity of rain  which has kept the creeks well  supplied with water and saved a  good deal of heart-burning over  water rights. The first falls of snow  on the high mountains are now  visible from the valley.  Items from Ellison  (From our own correspondent)  Miss C. Taylor, of Victoria, arrived last week nnd has taken over  her new duties as teacher of the  school in our district, We can  congratulate the trustees in having  secured so competent a teacher aa  Miss Taylor, and we have no  hesitancy insnying that the children  will fare well under her tuition.  Mrs. C. II. Geen and Mis* Bertha  Geen left on Tin-aday's motor stage  for Vernon en route for Seattle,  Wash. They expect to visit Victoria and Vancouver before their  return which will be towards the  end of the present month. We  wish for them a safe trip and a  pleasant holiday, and aa they have  chosen one of the best months of  all the year for travelling their trip  has all the promise of being a  most enjoyable one.  Say I    Don't forget the Fall Fair.  NOTICE  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that  the Canadian Pacific Railway Company  did deposit in the Land Registry Office in  the Gty ot Kamloops, Province of British  Columbia, on 27th day of July, 1912, under  No. 1,084, Plan. Profile and Book of Re-  farei.ee, oi proposed spur tracks to be con*  atructed by tha said Company in the City  of Kelowna, in the Province of British  Columbia, said spui tracks being shown  aa croaJng Water Street, Haynes Avenue,  Cawiton Avenue, and blocks 24, 25, 28,29  and 48. and that thirty days after this notice or so soon thereafter as the application  j can ba heard tha Canadian Pacific Railway  . Company inlands to apply to the Board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada  for  ! authority   to   construct  and operate   the  ! aforesaid spurs.  Dated at Vancouver this 28th day of  August, 1912.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  E. W. BA1EMAN,  Local Right of Way and Lease Agent.  41-44 Vancouver, B.C.  Tlir implicit confidence that many people  have in Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience in the use of that remedy and  their knowledge of the many remarkable  cures of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that  it has effected.   For aale by all dealers.  AUCTION SALE  At residence of MRS. B. J ARVIS,  ELLIS STREET (near Baptist church)  On WEDNESDAY, Sept. I III-.  At 2 o'clock p.m.  2 Bureaus and Stools ; 3 Iron Beds ;  1 Wooden Bed ; Mattresses and Pillows i I Wool Bad; Cook Stove i  Lounge ;   9  Chairs, I Rocking   Chair ;  2 Table, ; Dishes, Pans. Kettles, Pails,  and many other articles.    Terms Caah.  J. C. STOCKWELL. Auction���..    .  Private Sab of  Household Furniture  ai the residence oi  E. C. SCOTT. BERNARD AVE  (third house from Knox shurch)  Everything Mint be Sold  Sale  from September   16th   to  20th,   from   10 a.m.   lo  6 pin.  41-2  -  CPARKLING WATER, cool and  sweet, refreshes the farmer who  builds a  Concrete Well or Tank  PHE FARMER, above all others, appreciates good water.    He drinks  more water than the city man.    The city-dweller is dependent upon  the public water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can  have his own private source of water, and thus be sure that it is pure  and healthful.  A/TAN hasn't found a better drink than cool water, properly collected and stored.    But in order to keep  * water fresh and pure, a tank or well caring that will keep out every possible impurity must be used.  CONCRETE IS THE IDEAL MATERIAL FOR TANKS AND WELL-CASINGS.  1  IIKRKarcscurcsofuiheruscsfuriniKreteuli>uurfarin~unever)farm.  If  * you would like to know of them, write fur our hook, "What the farmer Can  IT is absolutely vaicr-ti|;hi, prc'ectlng your water frum seepage uf ull  * kinds. It cammt rot ur eruilbe. It is easily cleaned inside. Time  an.l waler, in ead of ouhIiiu, it tu decay, actually make it stronger.  (~\UII h'urrncr.' herniation D��.  SOT Intent w,ll help you lo ttveide  tlow lo build anythtni, from u porch-  .'Icplo titiilo. The service in free���  volCituil't even fluff lu promise lo  buttd. VShcn i:i doubt tu.lt the Inform.  alien bapartment.  I)u Wilh Concrete."  Address Publicity Manager  Tlie hook it absolutely free.  Canada  Cement  Company  Limited  506 II' RALD r.LDG., MONTREAL  li/'HEN yoa go to buy c-jwif/.f  " bfoare that this lubet in en  every bag and barrel, Then  you know yau are getting the  cemtnt that t h m farmers ../  Cunuitu hm'* /until/ to bu ;/,,���  bit I.  J*m jpf C,--"I;::?.#-111   WW  pMW/, M  'm fpwil itiiii  iiuiWiimuw.  li  The Range is the Soul of the Kitchen  The modern housewife knows the important  part the range plays in the household economy. She  knows how vitally important it is to eliminate from  the kitchen all possible work, worry and waste.  And the range is the soul of the kitchen. Its  influence is felt every day and all day by the entire  family.  The Gurney-Oxford Range is a strong advocate  of modern household economy. Not only does it  cook and bake without disappointment or failure,  but it is a positive influence for economy. It burns  less coal���it requires less attention���it conserves  time.  Modern woman demands in her work modern  time and labor saving ideas, and modern woman is  right. The Gurney-Oxford Range is the fruit of  constant effort, research and experiment to make  and keep abreast of modern ideas of efficiency. The  Gurney-Economizer (which ii licensed for use only  on the Gurney-Oxford range) for regulating the  drafts by one action: the Gurney method of dis-  l-ibuting heat to all sides and corners of the oven:  I'.ne improved Gurney grates, combine to make the  Gurney-Oxford range the standard of efficiency and  the foremost exponent of modern household  economy.  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  D. LECKIE   -   Kelowna  w  GEO. TH0MLINS0N  HARNESS MAKER  KELOWNA  the man with 30 years' constant  practical experience in harness  making and repairing  Invites Your Close Inspection  of his work when finished  Water Street, Kelqwna  Next to Dreamland Picture Theatre  Other People will NEVER know  that your store is full of first-class goods if you  don't advertise and tell them.   That's logical.  Think it oves, then come in and see us. The Orchard Citu Record  Thursday, September fl  rya���-  Vou remember the old  * saying:" The proof of the pudding is the eating of it." It is  so  with our groceries and service.  Unless you try both you cannot know that they are  the best you can get in this town -bought and  planned to secure and keep your trade.  We know that a satisfied customer is the best adver  tisemrr* vc rn"*", Try us a week. Send or come  with   your  order  or  call for it.  ph  one  and  a  messenger  wi  II  I  Here are some of the things that will make  you a pleased patron of this store:  New Laid Eggs  -e50c. dz.  Direct from the Farm  Swift's Premium Bacon  The Best In the World - 33c. Ib.  Our Fresh Ground Coffee  The Best Ever - 50c. lb.  "Red Rose" Tea-50c. lb.  Is Good Tea  Telephone  ( WANTED! 1  2 Cents per word, .lust insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents,.  FOR SALE  Puny, Harneti and Cart.     Pony is quirt  to ride or drive. Cart and harness are in  good running ortler, Price and further  particulars apply Box 84, Kelowna.        37lf  ICE FOR SALE  Delivered  to any part  of  city.   Apply  H. li. Burtch, 38-41  POSH ION AS. HOUSEKEEPER  Wanted by Lady to widower or a couple  nf batohelora. Apply 211 J 5th Street West,  Calgary, Alta. 38-42  FOK SALE  Sat double demount I larness, hrat-s  trim tried, in firat-elms condition. Also set  each Buggy and Team Harness. Cheap to  Immediate purchaser. Apply Thomlinton,  HaMOM Maker, next Dreamland, Kelowna." 39if  $25 DOLLARS REWARD  to anyone giving information leading i"  Conviction nf person or persons seriously  dniiiBKit!,: my flume hy Mocking it up and  partly wieckiitK a 50 ft. trestle. Henry C,  Chil.ler.?, BeHr Creek, Kelowna.        40-3  NOTICE  Trespassers   on   mv   properly   at    Bear  Creek will he prosecuted.      No  fishing or  shooting     allowed     without    permission.  Henry  C Childers, Bear  Creek, Kelowna.  41-3  SM WsM $sS��  WANTED  Female Help to woik in the cannery.  Good board and room furnished. Excellent  wanes t'tiarunteed.   The Kelownn Canning  Co., Ltd. 40tf  FURNISHED ROOMS  to rent. Mfght be used for light houie-  Itaeping, Moderate rout. Apply Mrs.  Fuller, Lake Avenue (three blocks from  main sheet). 40-1  LADY WISHES TO VISIT HOMES  town or country, for needlework, children's drrnMinaking, Trained teacher of  plain needlework and mending. Neat,  quick work.     Apply Miss Gnze, Kelowna.  PIANO FOR SALE  Less than half price  For particulars apply to  MRS.  G. PURVIS,   Kalcden,  B.C.  We liked tlie Regalia,  but oh you Fall Fair!  Sepleniber 25, 26 and 27.  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for tbe Economical Buyer  Hot Weather Prices Prevail  /<  and our slock of  Summer Clothing  on hand Is est ill moat complete  /  /  SHIRTS  Wool Taffeta   -  U. G. R. Regatta      -  Silk Stripe Flute  Raw Silk Negligee   -  Jap. Taffeta, pure white  $4 and $5 values for $3.25  $1.25 to $3.00, very special  $1.75 values for $1.25  $3.75    ���     ���   $3.00  $3.25    ���     ���   $2.75  1 lave you seen  our special  Haw Pongee  Night  Gowns  and  Pyjamas  Trousers  Cream Scrue  $5.50 lo. $4.40  (ream Srrtie, Hl.uk  Sltipe,  $5.50 for $4.5(1  Cream Flannel  $4.00 lor $1.25  Gtey Flannel  $3.75 lor $300  While Dock  $2.00, $1.75, $1.25  An   exlra   special   in  Men's  Hose  that  won't   last   long  35c. to   75c. values  for  3 for $1.00  NOTICE.���The McKenzie Co., Ltd., have purchased the Grocery Pepartment of our  business, but they have not taken over our Grocery Book Debts. All  accounts up to July 31st are payable to us at the old stand.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones :��     Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  TEA  For a time we have  had to disappoint customers when they  asked for Lawson's  Tea, put up in one  pound blue packets.  We have had another  shipment;  this time  it is put in the same  style but is called  McKenzie's  Tea  We always recommend this tea and so  does everyone who  uses it. If the tea you  are now using does  not satisfy you ask for  McKenzie's  Special  or in any event get a  sample and try it.  A lot of tea drinkers  ilike it; the quality is  good, the price is  moderate, and one  (pound goes farther  than most teas.  McKenzie's  Tea  50c. per pound  The McKenzie Co.   Limited   12 Acresxin heart of Rutland  District, for sale at $275.     Easy terms.  2 Lake Frontage Lots  for $500 each.  4 Lots with Bearing Trees  Good assortment of fruit.   $350 each, terms.  Remember  LAKESIDE  is the best buying in Kelowna  F. R. L DeHART  Sole Agent   ���   KELOWNA  WE HAtfE NOW  E\ERY FACILITY  FOR DOING  HIGH CLASS JOB PRINTING  Anything  in the  Printing  Line  gtrtlJCtt''  There are few jobs that  can not be done, and done  well, on the RECORD  preaaes, which are especially adapted for the production of all classes of  commercial printing and  illustrated advertiaing matter. *  If you have a job we  can not do we will tell you  so and perhaps be able to  advise you to your advantage.  \  Call and aee ua.  SUMMER JEWELRY  Our New Good, are coming in  daily. Among the lateat to arrive  are :���  Hit Piit from SOc. upward  Dutch Collar PimSoc. to 1 1.5o  Waiit Pins from 25c. to 2.5* pr  Black and Pearl Beads  From Soc. to $10  J. B. KNOWLES  KELOWNA, B.C  "Record"  Job  Print  Department  KELOWNA  MILLINERY  OPENING  AN INNOVATION  For several seasons paat considerable dissatisfaction haa been expressed by our customers with  the datea of the Millinery Opening., aome thinking they were  held too early, others thinking  they were held too late. In order  to show our appreciation of the  requirement, of our many client.  we have decided to hold our fall  opening in Kelowna for TWO  WEEKS (not two daya) com- '  mencing Monday, September 16  and continuing to September 30,  during which time we will make  a di.play of Pari., Naw York,  Chicago, Toronto and South Pattern Hals.  We hope by thi. new arrangement lo  give each and every one of our  many cuttomera the attention  they deaerve which ia impoauble  when they nil come in on one-  day openingi.  Thanking you  for the many kind  favor,  in the paat, and looking  forward to the pleasure ol aeelng  you during our 15.day opening,  Youra faithfully,  MAUD HARTIN  Our alock of Art Needlework  it very complete.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.

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