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Array E*hrtwrc  '%}  ' 0-i  ��� ^ 1013 !������.  ih ! n  VOL V.  NO. 21.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.'^,  Meeting of  City  Financial Stringency  Continues  Council  Still  lhe City Council meeting last Friday  was attended by til* Mayor and Aid,  Colder, Copeland, Cos?na, Taylor,  Thompaoo, and Sutherland.  After the adoution of tho minute* of  the previous meeting, tbe following  correspondent)* was taken up.  From the Kelowna Board oi Trade,  drawing the attention ai ths Oounoil  to the tslephons pel* brace* at the  junction of Pendozi stunt anH Lake  avenue; also to the condition .'A Ulon-  wood avenue wast, oi itiahti'i- street.  These matters wer* referred to the  Hoard oi Work*. *  From the Montreal .Standard Pub-  lishing Co., asking tor an advertise-  ment of the distriot. Thi* wa* referred to the Board oi Trade.  From Messrs. Spitser, Korick, & Co.  of Toledo, Ubio, stating that they were  in a position to purobsss munioipal  bonds. The letter waa handed to the  Finance committee.  From the ohairman of lhe Board of  Investigation under th* Water Aot,  announcing the visit of the Board on  April 10th, and stating thai tb* linal  hearing of all claims to tb* water iu  the Kelowna distriot would be heard  at Kelowna on Hay 2nd, 11)13. The  Mayor stated that th* city wa* being  represented in the matter and the oity  solicitor had been requested to prepare  an application for a license to take  water irom th* lake for the waterworks system.  Th* next communication wa* from  ���tho Canadian Bank of Commercu applying for permission to have holes  mad* in tbe sidewalk in front oi their  proposed new building for the reception oi a coal ohute aad baaemant  window gratings. The olerk wa* law  struoted to notify lb* applicants that  remission would be given ior the  construction oi a trap-door in the side  walk ii tea* |lww l*i S*��J,j*����ai ttfy til  mi tied to andapprovedby tke buildings  inspector, and if ths work be guaranteed to ba don* to the satisfaction of  ihe Mayor and the inspector.  A letter irom the Studebevkar Bros.  Co., erf Portland, Ore., offering to send  their catalogues if the oounoil were interested in the name. Theelork wa*  aaked to write for oataloguas referring  to iftreet sprinklers, sanitary garbago  wagons, and dust-laying materials.  The Orolier Society of London, ICag.  requested th* council to furnish the  name of a reliable firm who wauld be  willing to aotustheirdelivory agents in  Kelowna.  The Kelowna Garage and Machine  Works Co. applied for a light to be  placed in front of their garage on  Lawrence avenue. It was decided,  however, that the vicinity is sufficiently well lighted fjr the need* ol the  general publio, and the suggestion was  mad* that the company install an  tleotric sign, such sign to be in uc-  eerdanoe with th* city'* bylaw*.  The same company also sought par-  mission to place a 339 gallon gasolino  sank two feet Mow the surface of  tbe street in front oi the garage, This  permission wa*  granted.  Mr. ('. K. Gowen stated in g letter  that ho had been requested by Mr.  H. 0, Collett to submit a price lor  ior the south strip of his lot ou Ellis  ���treet, but as ho did not wish to sell  a portion, he offered the whole lot for  ���4000. It was stated that in a subsequent conversation with th* Mayor,  Mr. Gowau had expressed his willingness to aooept $1000 {or 174 last of  the lot; the letter wus therefore lllsd  for future reference.  The Mayor next produced a letter  received by him from the Canadian  Publicity Bureau, Ltd., asking for hill  information about the oity, whioh the  olerk was desired to send.  Applications for water oouneotions  were received from anumbe ro residents on Stockwell avenu*. These  were referred to the Light and Water  committoo, with a recommendation  that they be granted.  The Mayor introduced Local Improvement Procedure By-law, No. 130,  whioh was given a first reading.  'A plan ol Clock 34, and the south  half of Blook 33, registered plan 303,  was submitted to be re-signed.  A plan of lots 8 and 9, block 64,  plan 363, was submitted by Mr. E. M.  Collett. The plan was approved (abject to th* condition that Leon avon.  b*  mad* M f**t wM*, ami that   the  plan be signed by the owners of lots  10 and 11, a* well ������ by th* applicant.  Aid. Calder reported that Mr. a. F.  Teal had applied for leave ol absence  for a week to enable htm id make n  business visit toEdmonton. This had  been granted.  Aid. Taylor reported a break iu the  sewer main on Water atreet, the  reason for whioh waa not vary apparent, but the engineers expected to  effect the repair in a few days.  Mr. T. Lawaon appeared on behalf nf  the School Trustees with regard to u  payment of ��8,U3!UMI due to Mr. A.  Ivey, on his school building controot;  ho stated that payment was in fact  overdue, and il was necessary for the  council to make arrangements lor its  payment forthwith.  Aid. Sutherland said that thu gruut  from thu Provinoinl Government hail  not been received yet, and he did not  see how the payment could be met until that was to hand.  The Mayor said he had been writiug  to the government about the grant,  inul lie thought it would be (Waived  in u few days. Tho question was thou  handed over to the Finance oommittee  with instructions to pay Mr. Ivey ns  soon ns possible.  Mr. Lawson nuked the council if they  were iii favor of the extension of Leon  avenue from Ellis street to the government rond. Me said the Sohnol  Trustees were not anxious to Ne the  on tension made as it would deprive  th,'in of 33 feet of tho High School  grounds, whioh were not too largo  uow.  Tho Mayor replied that the council  was naturally anxious to see the road  put through, as it would give a good  straight street from east to west ol  tho city.  The clerk reported that only one application   had    been received lor    the  ns!rue!ion nf sidewalks, and thit the  Tsf    lor receiving these applications expired on April ISth.   It   was  decided therefore to extead this time.,  Tho meeting then adjourned until tlie  following Friday.  JJs^^jW ��!*>����� ���Ssale*  In their work ol keeping the Province of British Columbia free Irom the  deadly Sun Jose scale, Fruit Inspector  Thos. Cunningham and his staff have  condemned no less than sixty-nne shipment* of nursery stock thus far in the  present season. The province of British Columbia is tha only place on the  Pacific Coast that ia Ires from this  terrible pest, that poisons the sap of  the trees and kills them, and the inspector ia determined to keep it so by  vigorous application ol the law.  "There are some nurseries in adjoining  states so infected with San Jose scale  and other pests as a result of lining  near to old and infected orchards,  that we have written to thorn to advise tliem that it will bo unwise lar  ilium to (ill orders from British Columbia, as their is no hope of their  shipments being passed," said Inspect.  or Cunningham, in discussing the ravages of tho scale which naa made San  Jose famous. But in spite oi thu  amount of tainted (took turned away,  aud the fact that there was n slump  in fruit prices last year, tho amount  nf new stock admitted thi* year already exceeds that admitted last year.  The stuck is principally apple, )>*ur,  peaoh, plum, and apriool tree*.  Recently a large number ol consignments of fin/i'ii oranges from California, injured in Ih* recent lillssards,  have been turned back.  "Why not destroy them too, like the  stock," the Inspector wss asked.  "No.it costs the people ol th* province less for us to ship them haok at  the growers' expeuso than to destroy  them here," he explained.  "It is a very unpleasant task wo  often luive to do in refusing to allow  fruit and stock to enter," he added,  "but tho prosperity of our own fruit  industry depends on tho fact that  British Columbia is building up a  great reputation for clean fruit, and  our growers will reap the benefit ol  this policy when tuny enter the markets of Suuth Africa and Australia.  with their fruits, as they will later on.  Messrs. Casorso Bros, have started operations on the foundations  of their new building, the plan*  for which ihow a fine three-storey  building with a handsome front,  When finished Messrs. Casorso  Bro*. will have one of the moat  complete and up-to-date butcher  ���tore* in the interior,  Kelowna Poultry  Association  Annuul Meeting���Election of  Officers for Ensuing Year  1 he annual meeting of the Kelowna Poultry Association was held  in tliri Sons of England lodge room  on Wednesday evening, April 16.  About twenty-five members were  pri sent.  1 he minutes of the la*l meeting  weie read nnd passed, and the  secretary read the balance sheet  nnd repot t of show.  The show committee were commended for their efforts in making  the show such n success. Ihe  fluids of ihejiS'inciiition showed a  good balance in hand on the year's  work, and general satisfaction was  i-xpressed at the progress made by  llie Association.  Ihe following officers Were  elected for the coming year:  Mr. Stockwell expressed n wish  to retire but was unanimously reelected as president.  A. Notley, vice-president.  E. L. Ward, sec.-treaa.  Committee:    3.   J.   Weeks,   K.  Maclaran, A. Ashworth, W. F. Cm-  lightly, C. G. Buck, J. Birch, C. C.  Prowse, W.F.Schell, A. McLennan.  The next meeting was called for  Muy Ist in the same place, when n  paper will be read on White Leg.  horns by Mr. A, Ashwoith.  The meeting then adjourned.  Meeting of the  School Trustees  Central Selling Organization for Fruit  Growers  building caused by the trusters' in  tention to connect up to the sewerage system when such connection sliould be possible. The  alterations included placing lhe  basement down about one or two  feet instead of 7 feet ci was the  original intention.  The question was raised as to  who should be employed to undertake the supervision of the conatruction but the difficulty was  removed by lhe architect assuming  the responsibility himself.  The regular meeting on Tuesday I  was postponed.  In accordance with directions  received from Mr. W. E. Scott, the  Deputy Minister of Agriculture, a  meeting of all members the Farmers' Institute will be held in Raymer's small hall on Situiday, April  26th at 2 p.m. for the purpose of  discussing the establishing of a  Central Selling Organization.  This is a question of the utmost  Importance to all fruitgrowers and  every effort will be made to assist  fnrmers and ranchers to avoid such  difficulties in disposing of agricultural produce as were in evidence  last year.  , 1 lie departmental authorities are  endeavoring to assist all members  of the community in this matter  and are furnishing a lectin er in the  person of Mr. R. Robertson, to  address meetings at the various  Farmers' Institute centres on the  subject. Due rppreciation should  be shown by a full and punctual  attendance for Mr. Robertson is  making a tour of the district for  this purpose.  from  p.iu  hike  cap  The School Trustees held a special meeting last week for consultation wilh ihe architect, Mr. G. E.  Nobles of Lethbridge who arrived  on Thursday, the lOtli inst.  A large part of lhe time was  taken up in discussing the necessity ior alterm#-iJ.��.. plan*  of. nVr-f ����" leftS^^^^^G,  Mr. T. W. Stirling returnt  I'.ngland to-day.  The Hon. Price Ellison  visit to Kelowna to-day.  A drunk dived into the  Tuesday evening after his  which had blown off I  Mr. J. A. Bigger haa been laid  up with a severe attack of "grippe"  and rheumatism for a week.  The Oak Hall Clothing Co., are  making preparations for the installation of nn electric sigh above  their new windows.  Mr. Currulhers, who has been  occupying the position of manager  of the South Kelowna Land Co,'*  office, at 22, Cockspur Street, Lon-  Accidcnt lo City Lineman  Mr. E. Fowler, the lineman in the  employ of lhe cily was al woik on  the electric cnble on Fullt r avenue  this wer k, when he sustained a  severe shock through inadvcrlenlly  touching a live wire. He released  hii hold and fell 25 feet to the  ground. On lhe arrival of medical assistance he refused to be  driven home and insisted nn walking. The current he received was  al least 2000 volts, while it takes  only 1900 volts to electrocute the  average man. Mi. Fowler hus only  hi* abnormal strength to thank for  ���aving his life.  New Moose Lodge Room  Extensive alterations are heinr  carried out in lhe storey over McKenzie and Alsgard's stores. Th"  wl ole Hoor, which was niipinnlh  the store-room of the rtVlowni  Furniture Co., is bring transformed  into a lodge room, ante room, office  and big club room fir the use of  the Loyal Older of the Moose, recently organized in town, and  when completed will be the fines'  lodge accommodation in Kelownn  The entrance is between MrKen-  zie's and Morrison - Thompson's  store*.  On Tue��day, Wednesday and  Thursday next the Rex Vaudevillr  Co., which pleased local theatregoers to much when here last, will  make it* reappearance in the  Opera Houae. There will be n  change of programme each night  and feature film* will be shown in  connection. Advertisement appear* in another column.  by Mr*. Curruthers.  Capt. Harman, who own* extensive property in Glenmore arrived  in town Friday to look after his  interests here. He has purchased  an automobile from the Kelowna  Garage Co.  Messrs. Bellamy and J. Stirling  collided forcibly on Saturday while  playing football against a team  from Penticton and sustained injuries, the former on tht forehead  and the latter a lacerated upper  lip.  Members of the orchestra are  requested to take notice that there  are only five more weekly practice* before the date set for the  production of " San Toy," and  lhat punctuality and regularity are  indispensable. The music is tuneful and not difficult but need; careful preparation.  Meeting of  .Board of Trade  Risk From Forest Fires  The roi'ular monthly meeting oi the  llounl o. Trade was held Ittat Tuesday  evening, some thirty-six members attending. The chair was taken by the  president, Mr. A. W. Bowser. Several  important matters were discussed,  arising chiefly out of the correspondence whioh wob read over by the secretary.  The Deputy Minister of Agriculture,  Mr. W. E. Scott, wrote respecting the  proposed visit of Mr. H, Robertson to  hold a public meeting on the question  of the formation of a central selling  organization tor the fruit crop of the  Valloy. It was decided to leave all  arrangements for the meeting to tho  hand* of tho secrotgry of the Farmers'  hr'i it'll,-, the hope being expressed  that in view of the great importance  of tho meoting, as many members as  possible would attend.  The question of tho road irom the  Mission to Naramata oame up again  for discussion. A letter was read from  tho Board ol Trado of Penticton whioh  stated that owing to lack of funds,  that body would be unable to contribute towards tho cost of tho proposed  indopendeut survoy of the route. A  number of individuals interested, however, were ondonvoring to raise tho  money.  Mr. Dnfresne, of Vernon, the engineer  who was to undertake the survey, was  prosont at tho meeting, and spoke on  tho matter. Ho said he had been present at a meeting of tho Vernon Board  of Trade when the matter was discussed. The Vernon Board was also  very short ol funds, hut they had  passod n resolution that if the (iovern  ment would undertake to go ahead  with the road on a smaller estimate  being put in, they would contribute  towards the expense. Tho Vernon  Automobile Association hart promised  fifty dollars towards the expense of  such a* survey. Mr. Bowser said ^that  Mr. F. Billings had personally undertaken to be responsible tor the other  fifty, so that the matter Only waited  now for the assistance of those down  the lake.  Bearing upon the agitation of the  residents of the Mission for bettor  telephone and telegraphic service, a  letter was read from Mr. L. B. Palmer, stating that the Government  could now, sine* the Okanagan Telephone Co. operated the lin*, only accept prepaid messages at their Kolow-  na office, as they had no agent or  wire at the Mission. There wa* no  other way out of tha matter.  It was deoided to appoint a eom-  mittoo, consisting oi Messrs. Walker,  Thompson, and DuMoulin to further  investigate the matter.  The serious risk oi forest fire* on  tho hills near the new Kettle Valley  Railway line called forth a resolution  as follows: "That the attention ofthe  Hon.    Price Ellison be called to   the  FtB      ;T^*W  .  H    1  The Ventriloquist With tht Rex Vaudeville Co.,  al ihe Opera House Tuts., Wtd. and Thttrs.  possibility ol serious fires breaking  out along the Kettle Valley Railway,  destroying not only valuable timber,  but important watersheds, and that  he be requested to appoint extra fire  aniens (or thia distriot, to patrol  particularly th* railway line and the  vicinities oi construction camps and  the many trails leading to th* pamp*.  Mr. J. B. Knowles said he had been  up in the neighborhood of tbe camps  several time* lately and had been very  much impressed with the seriousness  of the danger, Tbe regulation* as to  the burning oi all brush cleared Irom  the right-of-way bad been complied  with, but there wer* a greet nnvy  trails where timber had been cut and  left lying. II over the fire got into  this the whole hillside would be swept  clear, and nothing 'could save it.  Mr. R. S. Hall made another appeal  for action to induce the Government  to take more effective measure* to a-  vert the threatened floods fromMission  Creek, and it was decided to send an  urgent telegram to the Hon. Thos.  Taylor, and the Hon. Prion Ellison,  asking for immediate government inspection of the Creak.  Mr. Ben)on placed before Uie Board  copy of the illustrated German  "Zeitung," containing anadvertisement  of Kelowna, and addressed ths Board  on the subject of tbe arrangements to  be made lor the entertainment of the  party of German business men who  would be here on July 33rd.  Mr. John Levthley reoommendtd that  the Civio Improvements committee  draw the attention of the city council  to the dirty condition of some oi the  back lanes of the city, and the need of  better facilities for the removal of  garbage. He advocated a regulation  enfarcing the provision of covered sanitary bins, to be emptied at regular  intervals.  Dr. Thayer spoke of the need ol tbe  inspeotikn ol meat and live cattle  coming in from Albert*;.  A number oi accounts amounting in  all to S'Jl.50 was read by the s;cre-  tury, and referred to the Finance corn-  it .tee for payment.  vIt .wan also stavUd that nagociations  were, being made towarfce tbe appoint  mean oi a publicity  applications had  these had been  three or four.  oner. 72  been received, and  narrowed down to  Monday's Wrestling Match  The greatest interest i* being  shown in the wrestling match which  takes place on Monday next at  the Opera House between Bob  Sutherland and Pat Connolly.  Thi* match i* in reality the culmination of all the matches which  have been held ao far, and, move-  over, the possession of the world'*  championship for the light heavyweight clan i* involved. Connolly  ia by far the moat serious opponent  Sutherland ha* yet met, and while  naturally the hope* of local sport*  are with the local man, yet the  result is extremely doubtful.  Both wrestler* are in excellent  condition and training hard for  the event. A big attendance is  expected.  The local order of Oddfellow*  are holding their anniversary service on Sunday, April 27th, rt the  Presbyterian Church at II a. m.  The brethren will meet in the  lodge room at 10.30 a.m. All visiting brother* are cordially invited.  Births  WATT.-On Sunday. April 13th, to lhe  wife of Mr. Alex, Watt, a daughter.  ROBISON.-On Friday, April I Ith, al lhe  Croavenor Nursing Home, lo the wife  of Mr. L. S. Robison, a daughter.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  In the matter of an application for duplicate Certificate of Title No. 10490a for  S.W. quarter of Section 14, N.W. quarter  and N.E. quarter of Section 11, Townahip  23, i ale District, Oeoyooe Division (except  Lot 122, Group I, and except travelled  atreeta, roads, etc.).  Notice ia hereby givea that it ia my intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of tha first publication  hereof to iaaue duplicate certificate of title  to aaid landa iaaued to JOHN CONROY,  unless in the meantime I ahall receive  valid objections thereto in writing.  C. H. DUNBAR.  District Registrar.  Dated this 31st day of March, 1913,  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C.  How can matches be made in  heaven if all the sulphur i* in the  other place } KELOWNA RECORD  ^Thursday, April 17  THE ORCHARD OITY RECORD  Punished every Thursday dl the Office,      I  Kkfourw. B.C.  IOHN LE.4THLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Sutscrtpthn St.50 per annum.  Te United Slates 12.00 *��� annum.  Advertising rotes upon application.  Communications  Under thia Seeding commurilcartona will  ta r.o.lcw apoa ana aubject al Into,.at  l.attera muak ba algaad.ba trial, aeotd '  psraonalltlaa.   Tha editor daaa not aaa '  saaarilaaadoraa oplulonn glean Mist*.  To the Editor of  "The Kelowna Record."  Dear Sir,���While looking foi  horte* on Friday 11 inst., I found  three dead coyotes about an average of a mile from a bait aet for  poisoning them. Alio four were  found a short distance from a bait  about half a mile from Black mountain. It would be advisable to  burn the remains of the baits, ns  cattle and horses will undoubtedly  die from eating the grass growing  where they are.  If whoever has laid the baits will  rail on me I will give up the acalps  on substantial evidence tha�� they  really laid the in.  Thanking you in advance foi  publishing thi* in vour valuable  paper, 1 remain,  Your* truly,  MICHAEL HERERON.  The German dirigible nirahip,  which was captured on French  territory, ha* been released.  I he outlook for peace in Earope  is again very poor, and diplomats  hold out little hope.  Canada has:  The largest nickel mines,  I he most extensive sea fisheries,  The largest buffalo herd-1000  head.  The largest grain conveying ays-.  tern,���Montreal Harbour,  The largest pulp-wood resources  The thickest coal seam,���47 feet,  Nova Scotia,  in the world.  Watch  P.   Burns'   window  bargain*.���Ca��h only.  lor  NAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  i\ow Open       ���  CITY PARK  RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY  Corns, Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  First-Class Meals, Chop Suez ftt  Noodle* (good cooking)  Meal Tickets,  $4.50:    Sr'nsle   Meala. 25c. up  Furnished Rooms to Rent  QUON TAPE   .    Proprietor  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD   AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea* and   Genta* Rubber  Heels  of the Beat Makes  D. A. CAMERON  Painter        Paperhanger  Apply  Above the " Record " Office  Hatching Eggs  White   Wyandotte*.   Rose-  Combed   Rhode Island Reds,  Barred  Rdck*,  White Orpingtons, Red Caps  I have mated up my breeding pens of  the above prize-winning birda and will  aell egga for sitting thia aeaaon  12 for 13 ;   SS for 50  J. C. STOCKWELL  Kelo  . B.C.  ^  j. m. cbqft;  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  the Mclaughlin  VIVR PA8SUNGBR  TOURING TVl'i,  I'Kii'ii {1,450  F.O.B. UlillAWA  MODEL 25 (pictured here) is a splendid car in every  respect. It has all th i smartness uf a well-appointed  limou-inc, the unfailing service that is a sured by a  Buiclc engine, and the freedom frum repaid and other annoyances which  is char.iCteriL.tic uf all McLaughlin cars.  A noiiceabte feature id its extreme ruominess.    The lear seat on top of  tu.Ltotu b iwem upboltfrriur measures 4S [near*. t��ry d-fail of the cons'ruction Is wtxkei  nnt in hi mon v. The appointor uti ��� ul fr i.lt lure been <.-bti.ru wilb an eye tu cumfuri lai  beauty ii.J we belief* th.ti it ��uu!4 be enreuie y di&u I u tut impossible lu fiu4 any siavilar  irked car wi b met)* cwu:.icle and u?lu-J*1c equipment  SfnJf rtalahgufu/vur- /yj; motlfh.  Mclaughlin carriage co., Limited, oshawa  KELOWNA   GARAGE ft MACHINE WORKS CO., LTD.  ii jii     i      nn  i       inn        Wi  iff m 'in  ���Phon��240 P. O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinist* and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  AJj/i' Rpnair   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory Machinery,  " Steam Engine*, Steam Fitting*, Boiler*, Gas  Engines.Motor Boat*, Elevator*, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobile*  We Stock   Cold  Rolled Shaf,inB'  Bo1"'. Screw>- Nuts,'  and Engineer*'Supplies  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It Will soon be needed  Kelowna Madiine Shops  A. McQUARRiE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET - - KELOWNA, B.C  j  Phone 154 P.O: Box li  /. A.:i  Contractor arid Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds mi buildings.       Residences and Modern  Bungalow* a Specialty. '  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  ! have a. full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most u{.  to-date wall hangings.     Okll and inspect ray atock of Wallpapers and get iri  ��� ���alaaalaaiaa.      ,,~      ���*��...*    ��n*.nn,   aka,ia.laahaa   ah��a*J      J��^a,ybl!rtH  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  j  tt��  mmsmstwmmmm  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  FRIDAY and SATURDAY  and Saturday Matinee, April 25th & 26th  The Famous  Juvenile  D  ��� TI  The only juvenile all girls organization in the world, in  Musical Comedy, Opera and  Operettes  I     ���.��� ���Ml    ��� i-       ���������!���. ���       I      II-������, IIIM an ��� ... Illl ���!. . ������ a���ia��� I.  Change of bill at every performance  Popular Prices.       Seat sale at Crawford's  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  LAST TWO liGHTSof  erna  -AND Till-  Felt  on  FRIDAY anct SATURDAY  and Saturday Matinee, at 3.15, April 18 & 19  Friday Night:  "MADAM X"  A Powerful Drama.    The feature bill of'the-weak.  Saturday Matinee:  "TheCounterfeiter "  A modern play.  Saturday Night:  "The Widow From Tokio"  A Farce Comedy.     The funniest bill of' the week.  PRICES:   $1.00, 75c. and 50c;  Children, 25c.  Matinee Prices: Adults 50c, Children, 25c  NOTE.���Thia engagement will positively close Saturday. Thursday, April 17  KELOWNA EECORD  We're Ready  With the Spring Lines in Men'* Suitings. There are  nearly 500 patterns to choose from, many of them exclu-  ��ive in design, and cannot be obtained elsewhere. Come  in and have a good look even if you don't buy. Its great  to see all these different cloth* to pick your spring suit  from. We won't coax you to buy. Just come and have  a look in the meantime.  Prices start at $20, and go up to $40  FIT REFORM TAILORING  Come and investigate our  ���   Special 'Orfler Department  Wo  keep our own   tailor  on   the  premiaea and can guarantee you  satisfaction.  Spring Leaders  ' ���--.  Fan Tan  New Blue  Dixie Gray  .These are some of the new  color tones for Spring Suitings.  They come in the worsteds  and tweed effects. Some are  twills.in fine and coarse weaves  This is what the stylish dressers in large cities are wearing.  We're showing a large variety  of these popular weaves. Made  to measure by The House of  Hobberlin, Limited. -We return every dollar if not satisfactory.  COME IN AND HAVE A LOOK  The Oak Hall Clothing Co,,  LIMITED  Boy Scout Notes  By "MAGISTER/  This movement has aa ita patron  King George, the highest active official being the chief eoout* Sir Robert  Baden-Powell. Thereafter the order of  precedence is ae follows:��� *   "    '������ '���  Chief Scout for Canada-(theOuvern-  or-G��neral);  Dominion ('ouncil.  Commiaeioneri,  Provincial Council (composed of  leading ruprw*entativ�� men in each  Province).  Lih',,1 Associations (oomfioaed of  local representative men and of Scoutmaster*, their duties being to administer and develope the movement loo-  ally), with Local Secretary to \n��p a  Register, and report to the Provincial  Comminsionor,  Troops (under Scoutmasters), containing two or more patrols.  Patrols (under boy loaders), containing from six to eight scouts.  Scouts, including "Silver Wolf,"  King's Scouts. All-round Soouta, 1st  ClaBS, 2nd Clast, and Tenderfoots.  In England the supreme authority ia  the Head-quarters Council and Commit too.  As already stated His Majesty tho  King in patron of the Association.  I'mlor tho Royal-Charter granted in  January, 11*12, to the "Boy Scouts  Association," a council was appointed to govern the Association. A committee, of whom one-third retire each  year, is elected by the Council.  Tho Chief Scout is chairman both of  the council and tho committee. Members of the Headquarters Council rank  aB commiHsioners; tho oflices are at  116, Viotorm Street, London.  A Proviuoiul Council is appointed in  each province. The duties of these  eouneils are advisory aud not executive. Their purpose is lo arrange for  harmonious eo-oi>eration with ull existing organizations for boys, without  interfering with the independence and  initiative of the local Associations/ami  their troops.  The Local Association consists of a  President, Moo-president, Hon. Secn*-  tary, and lion. Treasurer, who are  elected annually in October. Scoutmasters are members ex officio.  Assistant Seoul maulers and ladies nnd  gontlemen interested in the movement  are eligible for election,  The duties of the local HHnooiation  are:  1. To HUfwviac and encourage the  movement within Hs area, with tho  least possible amount of interference  with.tho inth)pendenco of the troops.  2'. To nominate suitable persons to  act as ollicers and recommend them to  t ho District Commissioner for the  Chief Scout's warrant.  3. To register, refuse to register, or  suspend any ollioer, troop, patrol, or  scout in its urea. No officer, troop,  patrol, or scout, is recognised unlets  registered.  4. To appoint bahge rommitteee  from independent ladies and gentlemen  to examine candidates for I'rofioicncy  Radges, and to be responsible for the  granting of all scout badges and a-  wardB to troops under its jurisdiction.  fi. To encourage the formation of  troop eonimitlo.es for finance, trustee-  ohip for troop property, etc.  A warrant giving the local association authority over its area is issued  or withdrawn by Headquarters on the  recommendation of the Commissioner.  The chairman of a local association  may not be a Scoutmaster unless by  special authority. Assistant Scoutmasters may not vote at meetings unless representing their Scoutmaster in  his absence.  Troops consist of two or more  Patrols. Each must have a Scoutmaster, with at least one assistant  Scoutmaster to ensure continuity of  instruction.  Patrols consist of six to eight  Scouts, including a Patrol Leader and  a second, and is the unit in all competitions and exercises. Eaoh patrol  elects its own leader, who, in turn,  appoints his "second" or afwifltait.  The Boy Scout scheme is for boys of  every denomination and creed, and in  order to enlist the sympathy of persons of all shades of opinion, the  Association should be one which re-  pnttionUall parties and denominations.  With regard to finance, the spirit of  the movement is that \n the part of  the boys themselves minoy should be  earned and not asked for.  Local associations are not required  to contribute inwards tho Headquarters fund, bu tt they must bo self-sup  porting, tho small sums necessary for  working expends and for obtaining  camps, and equipment Iwing raised by  the work of the boys and by local  subscriptions, Theso subscriptions  should be paid in to the treasurer of  the local asaooiatian.  All Scoutmasters receive warrants  signed by the Chief Scout, for which  they have to Ik; reoommemled by the  local association and the Commissioner  after a probationary period of throe  months' service.  Issue of Badges. ���Tenderfoot, 2nd  Class, and Cyclist badge! are granted  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angel*' Church.  Holy Communion. fir,t and third Sunduri in th*  monlhatttta.nl.; MCOnd and fourth  Sundaya, after  Morning* Prayer,  Litany on the firat and third Sundays.  Morning Prayar at 11   o'clock;   Evening Prayer al  7.30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  I'iist and third Sunday in month, Holy Communion  atS a.m.   Mwins and Litany, 11 a.m.  Evensong 7;30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. A.si.i.nt Prieat.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna,  Morning Sarvieea al II a.m,;evenin|.��rvioeaat7:30  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesday! at ��� p.m,  Bsnvoulin Presbyterian Churoh.  Afternoon service al 3 p.m. Sunday Sahoot at 2 p.m.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Churoh.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wedneaday al 6 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. M.A., B.D.. Paato  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Lllice St.  Sabbath Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m.      All welcome.  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone: No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parts of the Lake  NOTICE is hereby given that  meetings  of the Procincial Labour Commiision will  be held in the following plsces :���  Enderby-Monday, April 28th, 8 p.m.  Armstrong-Tueiday, April 29th, 2 p.m.  Vernon-Wednesday, April 30th, 2 p.m.  Kelowna-Friday, May 2nd, 8 p.m.  Summerland-Monday, May 5th, 10,30 a.m.  Penticton-Tuesday, May 6th, 10 s.m.  Other meetings will be announced later.  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting labour conditions in  the Province. All persons interested sre  invited to be present.  H.G. PARSON,   .  Chairman.  F. R. McNAMARA,  Secretary. 18.3  Grimes Golden  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  can aupply the following  Apple Tree.:  Transcendent Crab  Yellow Newtown  Delicious  Wagner  Northern Spy  Spitzenberg  Mcintosh Red  Wealthy  Hyslop Crab  Jonathan  Also Rose*, Lilac, Hydrangeas,  Red and Pink Honeysuckle,  Carolina Poplar*, Russian Poplars, Manitoba Maples, Golden  Willow*. Also a few Pears.Small  Fruits and Hedge Plants.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  KELOWNA. B.C.  by tin' association on the wommtiid  atinn of tho Hcoutmastar, but tests  for nil other badges must be passed  before two qualified and if possible in-  iepondent examiners, approved by the  association. Badges may be withdrawn from tne holder if ho fails to  rimiiiln.ii his efficiency, half the oost  being refunded.  Reports are sent in by tho local  secretary on Novenilwr 1st, showing  progress In numbers and work up to  September 80th.  Tho use of titles denoting military  or naval rank, such as Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, or Captain, is not  allowed.  We Are Busy  But Not Too Busy  to give you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you arid  all your printing  requirements  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company and  Legal Forms  ���PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department  //.  The p:pjlar short English  tvalk'ng overcoat. Note width  of skill���giving free action to  the limits; belted hack, giving  warmth and protection to  loins; cusi/ji accessible outside  patch pockets. Made in both  fl\)-front and "button-through"  stDles. with either 2 or 3  buttons.  Like  No Other  Make  IN "Fit-rite," we offer you  a range of really distinctive  ready-to-wear models.  The business Suits and Overcoats  we show this   Spring  will be  quickly recognized as'inimitably modeled���  they are sure to win the instant appreciation  of men who dress smartly and who yet believe in paying moderate prices for their clothes.  We'll gladly derate a half-  hour tb showing you our  very complete range of  THOS. LAWSON, u��� KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, April' 17  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  have for sale the following  Nursery Stock  Appl  Cr  es  Cox's Orange  Gravestein  Spitzenburg  Northern Spy  Wagner  Winesap  Wealthy  King David  abs  Pears  Bartlett  Boussock  D'Anjou  Flemish Beauty  Doyen DuComice  Cherries  Hyslop  Florence  Black Tartarian  Republican  English Morrello  SPECIAL PRICES will be quoted on orders of  100 trees and over and 1,000 trees and over.  THIS STOCK is grown on the finest imported  French seedlings and is guaranteed by us.  PRICES are f. o. b. nursery, and  TERMS are strictly c. o. d.  RANCH OFFICE:  P.O. Box 209 Kelowna.   Phone H2  HEAD OFFICE:  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  Town and Country  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  Mr. and Mr*. C. A. McLeay arrived from the eaat on Tuesday.  Mr. Norman Lefevfe left by  Wednesday'* boat for the coast.  Geo. Mappin returned last weekend from a visit to tbe old country.  D. C. Foster is clearing out tbe  balance of his china and glassware  by auction on Saturday.  Mr. B. Pick was an arrival in  town last week-end, hailing from  Barkby, Leicestershire.  Mr. R. A. Johnson left Wednesday morning for Halcyon, where  be has accepted a position.  The twenty-dollar tea set offered  by Mr. D. C. Foster laat week wa*  won by Nurse Collingwood.  The annual meeting of the Polo  Club will be held in Mr. D. G. Benson's office at 7.30 on Saturday,  April 19th.  Mr. A. K. Mitchell, engineer for  the sewerage work*, arrived in  town Friday last. He has only  just recovered from n serious illness which kept him in Victoria.  The Oak Hall Clothing Co. commenced thia week an alteration to  the front of their store which will  give it a more modern and up-to-  date appearance. The whole of  the present window is to come out  and new metal and plate glass  show windows substituted, with a  deep entrance and show case, giving probably four times the display  space- at present available.  w  HEN  you  plant your  garden, good tools help you both  in enjoyment and the success of the  work. Come in here to-day and have a look  around this store���we have all the latest  garden tools at the right prices.  Here are a few:  Garden Barrows Potato Planters  ���   ��� Hoes Planet Jr. Goods  ���      Rakes Shovels & Spades  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  PRODUCTIVE LAND  If you are seeking  Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage  apply to  R. L. DALGLlSH, Okanagan Mission  Telephone   -   LI  Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  Wedding Bells  WILLIS-HUDSON  At the English church the wedding took place yesterday morning  nf Mr. Harold Arthur Willis nnd  Miss Grace Madeleine Hudson, at  8.30. The bride, attired in a dark  blue costume, with a large white  hat, was given away by her brother,  Mr. G. H. E. Hudson. The wedding took place from the residence  of Dr. Shepherd.  The duties of best man were  efficiently canied out by Mr. O.  St. P. Aitken.  The officiant waa the Rev. Tlios.  Greene, who addressed the happy  couple at the conclusion of the  ceremony wilh a few well-chosen  words.  Photographs were taken of the  bridal party on emerging from the  church and the wedded pair drove  away in a powerful automobile to  Okanagan Centre.  Among those present "��ere Dr.  and Mrs. Boyce, Mrs. Shepherd,  Dr. Knox, Misses Dickson, Packer,  Kidner, E. Thompson, Mr*. Mathison, and Messrs. James, Brooke,  Boyd, 6tc.  CURRIE-HARVEY  The marriage of Mr. Samuel J.  Currie and Mil* Jean Harvey took  place at 7.30 on Tuesday morning,  the the ceremony being performed  by the Rev. A. Dunn. The bride  is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Harvey and member of a family prominent in the city, while Mr.  Currie at one time held an important position on the staff of Messrs.  Lequime Bros, fit Co., leaving there  some two years ago for New Westminster. The couple left on the  boat shortly afterward* f, an ex  tended trip in the Westei State*  and will ultimately reside in New  Westminster.  Hot weather i* here and *o are  Alsgard's with the ice cream and  fancy sundae* which gained auch  a great reputation laat season. Five  hundred dollar*' worth of new and  ���anitary machinery for ice cream  and water ice making have been  added to our plant, ao we can now  aaaure our esteemed patrons that  they will be aerved with nothing  but the purest and beat.  " For the beat go to Alsgard's,  High-class confectioner*.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue      - .      Kelowne. B.C  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancer*, etc.  KELOWNA, ii B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  t      and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  P, EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna    -   'Phone 206  P.O. Boa, 509  C. Harvey, B.A.. Sc., C.E.. D.LS, B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.     ��� ,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Fuliihitioner Royal Collate  of  Muaic, and lately  Iriclt ryna, Mus. Doc., prfi  Cathedral,  Mnn chaster,  trig.  with Kendriol  , Doc, Organist of tha  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At lha Studio, Trench Block, Kelown..  Muaic   of   avasy   description   supplied.  .0.     417.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Ho* IS* 'Phono ss  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN  and ORGAN  [ alio  French Lessons  Conversation** or otherwise  STUDIO���Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR at BUILDER  Plan* and Specification* Prepared  and eitimate* given for publicBuild-  ings.Tov.-ii and Country Residence*  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, &c  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  {A ssuc iale of tlie Royal College of Oiganists, I .ond.)  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  Gives lessons in the above subjects.  by examination.  PIANOFORTE  successes at local  examinations (Trinity  College, London)  15  years' successful  teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENClNEER  Assoc. Mam. Cap. Soc. C. E        Gradual* Toronto  Unixirsily  WaUrwotka aad 5ewarage Systems, Pumping aad  Lighting Planta. Concrata Construction, ate.  KELOWNA, B. C  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S..  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. McCill Univaraily)  Residence |    LAWRENCE   AVE.  Measages may  ba  left at the office of  Messrs. Rattenbury Si Williams  Miaa FRANCES A. PEARSON  I..H.A.M. {London)  laachaa corract  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 368, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  Madame J. E. BELLIVEAU  will take pupils for  PIANOFORTE AND SINGIN0  Special attention given lo buginners  Apply co. Mre. R. S. HALL, Glenn Ave  E. C WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC    -  Onr.r Koijal liniili   -   Keloions, B.C-  W.C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  i  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 take, it commands a beautiful view of the town*  ike and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE.   Don't misa the opportunity  qf  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.     Pricea low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beet bout) companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. a��.C.  First-class Fruit lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to aupply al yoar  1 inn ber 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, April 17  KELOWNA 1EC0KD  IV  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  i Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you like is here  .\    Ask lo See our No. 257    .'  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in -  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street ot Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone  150  mm  At  _  h(mM'irn42iA'dCL4^  irijiand ter taki cm. Mrndt  fvmmvriAoM  otdL thinta*.  iu\. toUe\:~  home ti> \&he\e uou get uou\ eom~  flobt and kajfyjyinete and eviou the  fruiU oj uou\ ha\d vto\k. luhnibh  it uh~make U jit to 6we in and  enjou. a loveCu home makeb a  lUetonf intj)UA<tion on the mincU  of uou\ ehMben. Gome to ub. vw  \Mtlflive uou hiyh fiade juUUtube  jo\ the Urt ftUee.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Home. Happy."  ���      THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churche.)  CUETiQ   Carter's (England), 10 cents a package  DEjuLrD   Simmer's (Toronto)  5  Vsluabl* priiei will be given st ths Fall Fair for collections- of Vcntsblss snd Flowers  from seeds and planta supplied by ut,     Particulars on price list later.  Tomato, Cabbage & Bedding Plants  Cutflowen, Fern* and Easter Flower*.  English Rote Tree* and Climber*.  Phon* m PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b��ii7  Rutland News  (From our own corretpondent)  Draining of tha Lakes and Road  Matters Discussed  At a mooting held on Monday evening several important matters were  1 hoioughly discussed, about 40 of ths  residents being present. Mayor Jones  of Kelowna, wbb voted to the chair,  S. Oray acting uu secretary.  Mr. D. E. McDonald nxpluined that  the chief matter for iliHcusa'on was tbe  draining of the lakes at thu north end  of thc district, the Rutland road being  at present almost impassable. Mr.  Elder Bpoke of drawing the attention  ol the road foreman to it, but it was  pointed out lhat the latter had no  authority to undertako the work, und  Mr. John Muck urged that the Government be asked to proceed with the  draining.  Mr. Jones suggested that a resolution be drawn up and sent to Victoria  Mr. W. 1. Adams, of the Central  Okanagan Lands Co. said that the  Company would instruct its engineer  to take levels and' draw a plan with a  rough estimate of the cost of the undertaking.  On the motion of Mr. J. tf. Woolsey  seconded by H. Elder, Messrs. J. W.  Jones, C. H. Leathley, and A. Crowcroft were instructed to draw up the  following resolution : "That this  meeting represented by 40 residents  ind property owners oi Rutland district, being milted together for the  purposo of taking up the question of  the serious -rise of the water in throe  lakes in the diBtriot, thereby covering  four main i-oadB and much private  property, respectfully urge and petition the tlovcrnmonl to take immediate steps to drain the said taken into  Mill Creak, according to plan und  cBtimote attached."  Tho resolution, on being put to the  voto, was oarried unanimously.  The following important petition  was nlriti discussed, and on the motion  of Mr. A. Crowcroft, secondod by Mr.  John WoolBey, waa carried:  II. Lung, Esq., Superintendent of  1'ublio Works, Vernon, B.C.  We, the undersigned residents and  property owners of the Rutland district, herewith petition your Department to take immediate steps in out-  ting tho side-hill road noar the storo  by making the Black Minimum Road  ' -night. What might have been very  nerious acoidontB have been narrowly  averted, and wo would request you to  take action before one occurs. ",  This petition was signed by some 11  property owners. Messrs. Dalgleish,  Croworoft, Elder, and Loosemore were  also appointed a committee to continue the agitation for good roads in  the district. Several suggestive and  interesting speeches were mad* by the  various persons present, fully demonstrating the intelligence of the "Bunch  of Farmers" at Rutland.  All interested in the disposal of  produce are urged to make an effort  to attend th* meeting ut Kelowna to  be addressed by Mr. R. Robertson ou  Saturday, April 2(ith.  Sr. Knox, the medioal inspector,  visited the Black Mountain School on  Monday morning.  Mr. B. C. Warden, the nohool principal, ha* bean confined to hi* room  for three or four days, but wa* able  to continue his duties Wednesday.  Gordon Cololeugh is visiting hi* sister Mr*. Vanos, at the parsonage.  The following are the new officers of  the Mount View Methodist Bible  Class:  President:   Mr. A. Croworoft  Vice-president:   Mr. Ford  Sooretary:   Mr. Joel Craig  Treasurer'   Mr. Arthur W. Gray  Teooher:   Rev. W. Venoe  ��� Mr.    W.   Quigley, the retiring president, is taking a class in the Sunday  school.  Glenmore Notes  Miss Rush arrived from Englaod  last week to spend tha summer with  her brother Mr. Charles Bosh, at his  bungalow on the Crescent.  Mrs. Belleveau left last week for a  short visit to Victoria. She will then  proceed to her home in Ottawa.  Capt. Harman arrived a few days  ago from England. He owns an extensive ranch at the lower end oi the  valley, whioh was ploughed last fall  by the Central Okanagan Lands Co.,  and is to be planted shortly by  them.  Mr. Trotter, who has been spending  the winter with his father, Lieut.  Trotter, of Glasgow, Hoot., arrived in  the valley 'last week for a few day*  visit, after which he left to spend the  summer in Vancouver.  Mr. Lewis E. Marshall was the guest  of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rankin on  Sunday.  Miss M. E. Railton spent Sunday  with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkin.  Mr. Gordon Kerr spent Sunday in  the valley.  Goal!   Coal!!  Real Pensyivania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In s jre and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWN, B.C.    -    TJtf���  Juvenile Bastonians  One of the best comic opera*  seen jn Lethbridge waa " Prince**  Chic" at  the   Morris theatre  last  evening.   It abounds with beautiful music, costumes bewitching and  combined with some of the  latest  songa, round* out one of the finest  musical comedies that have  been  seen in the western provinces. The  Bosnians handled it most capably  and are  one  grand  organization.  Their   cleverness    is  astounding,  their dancing most dainty, and the  rendering of the  latest  song  hits  excellent, many of them being  entirely new.   That they made a decided hit with the large audience  present was made evident  by  the  round of  applauae  that  followed  every offering.   Appreciation and  satisfaction goes a long  way,  and  when the  vast  audience  left  the  Morria theatre, one  could  tell  by  the smiling face* that the   Boston-  inns had   pleased  to  the  utmost  satisfaction.     The   many   catchy  songs offered took with the audience, and the half  of  Lethbridge  will be humming or whistling the  many  tune*  that  the  Roatonian*  offered last evening.   The offering  to-night  is  that  tuneful  operette,  " Olivette," one of the  best offerings that   the  juveniles   have   in  their repertoire   and   a   capacity  house should greet them again this  evening.   The play abounds with  pretty   dancing,   catchy   musical  numbers and will be just as   good  and probably better than the offering   last  evening.  ���Lethbridge Press.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  REA & MALLET  CONTRACTORS  for all kinds of  Plastering, Rough Casting,  Fireplace & Chimney Building,  Cement and Concrete  Having bought out the business of Joseph Rossi,  we are prepared to do all kind* of  General Maaon Work  Watch P.   Burn*'   window  for  bargain*.���Cash only.  = 150,000 =  Tomato Plants  FOR SALE besides,  Bedding ft Cabbage Plants  etc.  H. LYSONS  Kelo  Greenhouse.  Comox  The SIX THOUSAND acres we  own in this ideal district in large  and .mall acreage., cleared and uncleared, sea and river frontage,  (town lotaj, i. the pick of the land  with the beat of transportation  facilities assured very .hortlv.  WE ARE NOW BUSY  running around with new arrivati.  Tha $300 reward we offered to  anyone proving that there wai a  better ipot on Vancouver Island for  the farmer or manufacturer haa i.ot  been claimed or diiputed.  British Columbia  Investments, Ltd.  ~ Farm Land Specialists  CourtenayLV.l.,B.C.  See our agent  Mr. W. D. STOKER  KELOWNA  for further information  CONSISTENT  PRICES  Don't be a fieh and jump at a  bait; you may get caught.  The wiae man buy* where all  pricea era baaed on a fair standard,  and he knowa that he gate a aquare  deal. That ii the policy of thia  atore.  Just received, a full range of  Msa'iWsrkPsaU $1.75-$ 3.50  ���   FiasPsaU   4    ���   6  ���   Suits 7.50- 23  Made to Measure  Suits made to fit both body  and pocket book  Investigation is invited and I  won't be angry if you don't  buy  H.F.  IfJ  Water Street  (1st Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  �����  Why You Should Buy  A Gurney-Oxford Range  Because thc Gurney Economizer saves 1 ton  of coal in every 6 burned in, other ranges.  Because the Economizer gives you absolute  control of your stove and the fuel consumption.  Because the range is air tight and consequently does not waste the heat  Because its new Special Grate is another  fuel saver and the stove is shaken with one  operation.  Because its Divided Flue makes every hole  a cooking hole.  Because of its sanitary artistic design.  Because of its Broiler equipment.  Because of its polished top which requires  no stove polish.  Because of its roomy over-size oven which  results in perfect baking of any article of food.  The Gurney-Oxford range will do everything  that a stove is intended to do ���and infinitely  more in that it has four scientific fuel-and-labor-  saving devices that are exclusive ��� tbe Economizer, the Divided Flue, the Special Grate, and  the Broiler.  A Gurney-Oxford will prove of inestimable  worth in your kitchen. It will save your time,  it will never aggravate your temper, it will  end your trials.  D. LECKIE, Kelowna  ���*=��  <&  <&  <& KELOWNA RECORD  ���TEA���  Just in, reg. 60c���  3 lbs $1  10 lbs $3  Reg. 50c, 4 lbs $1  Tartan Borax 5c pkg  Fancy Biscuits, quite  fresh 3 lbs'50c  Raisins:  Nabob fancy.... 1 Oc pkg  Columbia 3 for 25c  CANNED  GOODS  Blueberries  15c  Tomatoes 2 for 25c  Corn 2 for 25c  Peas 2 for 25c  Pumpkin 1 Oc  Beans 2 for 25c  It is not good  business to sell  below cost, but  We want Room  The space taken up by the groceries is  too valuable to us. We want to put in  other goods Men's Wear, Ladies' Wear  and other departments are being planned  Note our prices in the marginal columns  Richmond's Dry Goods Co.  "From the Factory to the; People"  ODDS1ENDS  IN*  CROCKERY  Call and see them  ^ ,,...._.      ���, ��������� -������-������"���"��� ������������ '������'������  Blue Funnel  Tomato Catsup 20c  JAMS  Wagstaff's.    Its a shame to  sell them for the price,  but we want room:  5 lb pail 75c  Olivers'. Imported direct  only last month, now  going at 75c  FLOUR  "Puro."   25c pkg for...15c  Edwardsburg Table  Syrup, 20 lb pail, $1.30  Boots and Shoes  NOW  is  your chance  to get  " Walk-overs," the best shoe on  the American continent  Reg $6 to $6.50 lines   - $5.00  ���    7      7.50   ���      -  6.00  Men's Working Shoes  Reg. $2.75 and $3 lines $2.00  Boxcalf and Vici Kid  Reg. $3.50 and $4 lines-$2.75  Box Kip Blucher  Reg. $4.50 and $5 lines-$3.75  Gun Metal Blucher  Reg. $5 and $5.50 lines- $4.00  Ladies' Oxfords  Black or Tan, Button or  Laced-Reg. $4   -       - $3  Dry Gqods Department  We are rapidly clearing our  lines of Ready-to-Wear. Never  have such bargains been offered  in this city.     All our stock ��f  Plain and Fancy Wahts  in both Lingerie and Silk, to be  cleared regardless of cost  Waists to Suit All Purposes  at prices from 75c. up  Ladies' Suits  The celebrated Pullan Garments  Navy Serge Suits, reg. 25.00,  Sale Price    -    18.00  Biscuit Whipcord Suit, reg. 32.50  Sale Price   -   25.00  Gents' Furnishings  Men's Hard Hats     ,  Reg. to 2.50      ��� 25c. each  Soft Hats from 1.00 to $2.00  Working Shirts, in colors  of Karki, Tan, Black  and Navy, made in a  good heavy cloth  Reg. 1.50, sale price     -    j.OO  Splendid line of Negligee  Shirts in sizes from  14* to 17,reg.to2.'25    95c.  Greater bargains than ever in our Men's  Clothing Department.  Njothipg Reserved  The famous 20th Century Brand of Clothing  at prices unheard of in this line of goods  SALE CONTINUES DURING APRIL  ��� l��j*  11   ���! aj    ����� i ,, ,���  )>..,   ���     ��,,,������..  at RICHMOND'S, successors to  LEQUIME  I q        W  n  "��".'���"  "."WPaftSjaa^Saaai Thursday, April 1?  KBVJWNA RECORD  Atomizers  When a thing is best  it cannot be improved  Our Atomizers are  actually the best we  can buy.  They are made of the  best material and  with the most exacting workmanship,  and they, therefore,  give the very best service and longest wear.  We guarantee them  perfect in every way,  and if you need a new  one-come and examine our stock.  Let   us   show   you  superquality at lowest prices.  Amusements  SYNOPSIS OF COJLL MINING  RMULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Tenitory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province ol  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one yean at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acre* 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 unaurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  bach 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 ehall 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  coat 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 fer.'  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  P. B. Wits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  W\^VTw*V^V\^*\/N/WV^^N^��W^  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largait Studio, in th* Interior  .   Poitr.it. by appointment  Pendozi Street,   ���   Kelowna  ���l "%a*^|.^N/N*N,^N��^^*.  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  The Allen Players  During the preaent week, Mias Verna  Felton and the Men Player* ate appearing at the Opera Houae witn *���  different bill each night. On Monday  night the play presented was a ooinerjy  "That Girl from Texas," which waa  performed before u numerous and  highly appreciative audience. Mias  Verna Felton took the part of May  Percy, the homeless orphan found in  an almshouse by the Texas rancher,  Undo Peter, and given a home with  him, eventually turning out to beLady  May Percy, owner of Kenwood Manor  and of a large estate in Ireland. Mias  Felton gave a thoroughly delightful  rendering of her,part, being oqually at  homo in tho pure comedy part aa in  tho occasional emotional touches. It  was a real treat to observe her acting  The whole caste was capably sustained, but special mention may be made  of Mr. Geo. Zucco's characterization  of the Texan rancher. Uncle Peter and  of Mr. Biron Eagen, as tho dandified  Frenchman, Count de Chambray. One  of thc finest pieces of acting during  the evening was that of Mr. Melvin  Mayo, as the impulsive and passionate  Irishman, Shane McCrea: he threw  himself into his part with ardour, especially ���- in thos cent, when he confronted Lord j Kenwood, and attempted*  to revenge his mother's death from  starvation and shock by shooting the  noble owner of. the estate. Mr. Maya  manifested great dramatic power. Mr.  ���lames Mitchell aoted the part of Lord  Kenwood himself with easd aivddlgnily  and Mr. (���. Conners proved tx sufli-  cicntly realistic; stage villain aa the  schoming lawyer,C orson. Mr. Arthur  Krnrk. as Hans, the Teutonic ally aud  .protege of May Percy, and Mr. 0,  C'lapp, us ItuhhlcH, the saturnine footman imparted comic relief. Mrs. P.R.  Allen mude a stately Lady Kunwood,  and Miss Heleim Slupman ably sustained the part of Elsie Farloigh, in  Hcnrch of blue blood or a title, eventually being undeceived by the French  ('mint'-' mercenary methods. Miss  Ella Hudars played well in the small  part of Mrs. Farleigh.  Tho lluugurian String L>u.iriol, in  nutiona) costume, brightened tho intervals with some tine music, especially  noteworthy being their rendering (if  tho National Anthems of various  countries.  The favorable impression ol Monday  night waa deepened by tho perform-  once of "The Girl in the Taxi," on  Tuesday. This comedy from t he  French, with ite rather soimistioated  humor, proved popular.  Wednesday evening Miss Felton was  seon in one of her most interesting  emotional roles, that of I,aura Mur-  dock in the tense drama, "The Kasiest  Way." Another popular comedy will  be given tonight, when the suffragette  question mil bo aired in a highly  humorous manner. The feature bill  of the repertoire will bo given Friday,  whoa that much-discussed drama from  the French, "Madame X," will tost  Miss Folton's powers as an interpreter  ot realistic emotional roles. Judging  from PresH notices she has received  throughout Canada, "Madame X"  should be the dramatic, event of the  season,  An interesting comedy, '''I'he Counterfeiter,1' will be given for tho Saturday matinee. The farewell performance will be "Tho Widow from Tokio"  telling of the escapades of a rather  lively actress in a well-regulated  family.  The musical features of the performances are of groat interest. Miss  Ella Hudars has a way of singing the  well-known ballads that never fails to  arouse enthusiasm, while the Royal  Hungarian Quartet are iu themselvos  a great attraction.  Watch P. Burns'   window   for  bargains.���Cash only.  THE WHITE  RESTAURANT  WATER STREET, N.,  White Cook,  Good Cooking, and  The Best of Service.  Notice  Ail grower, of Tobscco, or thos. who  think they hsve suitable lands and would  like to experiment in thi. branch or Agri-  culture, are invited to meet our Mr. A. W.  BOWSER and discuH the .ubject and  plans proposed for the season of 1913.  Call at Manager's Office, new Factory  Building, Elli. Street, Kelowna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd.  KELOWNA TENNIS CLUB  At a meeting of the Committee of the  Kelowna Tennia Club, on Saturday 5th  March, 1913, it waa decided that the court,  should b* declared open on Thursday, lit  May.  AU member, please note that in accordance with the Rules of the Club, subscription, are due on or'before thi. date, and  that they are not allowed to use the Court,  until after subscriptions are paid.  O. St. P. AITKENS,  Secretary.  April 7th, I9IJ. 20-22  'Phone 4801  P.O. Box 12  EENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana,   Specifications   and    Estimate.  Furnished  Building of every description   undertaken in Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  6c Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All wotk given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  ManlyByrns  Auctioneer  Kelowna, B.C.     'Phone Al  KELOWN A-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  Gray's Studio  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open  THURSDAY, FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  CONCRETE  WORK  This is to (Announce that I, have purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement-Riggs and ahall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's experience. 1  have a full equipment of power mixers,  6cc, and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  JFF1CE:  nt& Rifga' 1  Water Str*  OFFICE: RESIDENCE!  Clement & RicaV Ute office,    Woolaeley Av,  Richter Street  FOR THC DOORS  AND WINDOWS'  BUILDERS  HAMWME.  WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN BUILDERS'  HARDWARE, FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT  DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KNOB ON THE KITCHEN  DOOR.  YOVR HOUSE OR BUILDING, IF PROPERLY "HARD-  WARED," WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN IF  YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF "TRIMMINGS"  YOU USE.  WHEN IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. WE HAVE IT.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TO RENT  One large office,  in new and up-to-  date building  APPLY  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  PLANET JUNIOR  IMPLEMENTS  FOR THE FARM AND ORCHARD  Combination Drill and Cultivator  One and Two-Horse Cultivators  A full line of Parts and Accessories  See our special line of  HARNESS  FOR  LOGGING, TEAMING, &  GENERAL FARM WORK  and complete assortment of  Single and Double Driving Harness,  Saddles and Accessories  Carload has just arrived of  McLaughlin Carriages & Democrats  Stylish and exclusive designa  One grade only and that the best  SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY  Coates, Edwards & Gowen  BERNARD AVENUE  'Phone 17 KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, April id  'Phone No. 260 Office I lours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2h,4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand.  Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May 1st, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  The CLEMENT-RIGGS, Li  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  Beautiful  new  designs in  Silverware  This week we are showing some new designs in  silverware. They are very handsome examples of the  silversmith s art.    We would like to show them to you.  Even though you have no intention of buying we  are sure it would  be worth your  while to see them.  Call in to-day.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  The Quality Jewelers  Crowley Block - . . Kelown*, B.C.  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSEI  TUES., WED., and THURS.  April 22, 23 and 24  Gigantic Programme of  Feature Pictures  and the popular  Rex Vaudeville Co.  Singing, Dancing, Musical,  Ventriloquist, &c.  A monster programme at popular prices, with  Change of Programme Nightly  A high-class show.    Nothing cheap but the price.  Admission 50c. & 25c. Children 10c.  emwcrai  YOUNG MEN  When you go to talk to a pretty girl, eoen " ooer the  garden wall," remember that you should be well dressed.  Good, new clotnes make a man feel better eoen in the  dark. Good clothes are absolutely necessary to help uou  to succeed. You owe it to your employer and to yours-Mf  to dress well. We'oe got the good clothes. Come rld  make our clothes your clothes. The style, quality an price  will be right.  Hats  In this line we have all the very latest styles and  colors in the celebrated John B. Stetson. Also a  full range of Panamas from      -        -        $5 to $35  All the latest things in  Ties, Shirts, Collars, Hosiery, Armlets,  Suspenders, &c.  In fact anything a man wants to wear we can supply him with  Shoes ^ Well Dressed      Men      We are showing all the latest styles in Tana and  Blacks in both Oxfords and Bala. In fact, if you  want a shoe from the very finest to the heaviest,  come to Lawson's and they can certainly suit you.  THOMAS LAWSON, Limited  TRY  UF  AL  KO  EU  RR  i  T  S  G  0  0  D  !  The McKenzie Co., Ld.j  ( WANTED! 1  2 Coma per word, firat insertion and  1 Cont par word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoroughly dry pine, $2.50 rick, delivered ;   alao fir fence post..    Apply Cather,  'phon. B4. lOtf  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holitein Dull, at Harriia'  Hawkeadale  Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Horee. buggy, and harness.  Apply P.O. Box 12.  Price $1 75.  IStf  FOR SALE  Standard bred stallion, one of the fastest  bred horaea in B.C. Good looker and sure  foal getter, and kind to handle. For further  particular, apply to J. Phillip., Armetrong,  B.C. 15.22  INCUBATOR EOR SALE   ,  Peerless, 130 egg, in good condition]  brooder.   Apply, J. Campbell, Rutlan  WANTED  Young   Girl for light  work in  -.  laundry.   Apply at once Kelowna Sj  Laundry. 2fj  FOR SALE  Four general purpose hoi.e. ;   wi)  sold aeparately or in pair..    Apply  Silver, Glenmore.  LOST  Plain gold locket and chain, on BerJ  avenue. Finder please addreaa P. O.I  257.  WANTED  Firat.claM Painter, one who underalanda  paper-hanging   preferred.   Apply  J.   A.  Bigger. I6tf  FOR RENT  10 acre,  improved land with water, at  Rutland.    Apply Robert Hughe., Boi 82,  Kerriadale, Vancouver, B.C.  FOR SALE  Fre.h  milk cowa.   Apply Cather, Kelowna.   'Phone B4. IStf  FOR SALE  3 polo poniaa.   Apply R. S. Hall, Man,  ager, Mission Ranch. I9tf  FOR SALE  Bicycle in good condition. Apply Harold  DeHart, McKenzie'. Store. I9lf  POSITION WANTED  on  ranch  by English  Couple, wife aa  plain cook. Box M, " Record " Office   0-1  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian  Fruit  Landa  Co.  Ltd , having completed conatruction work  have for aale a number of team, an.'  ein-  gle horae. of all grade., at vary rea icnable  firicea.   Alao aeveral aeta of good  work  larnaaa.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  $10 REWARD  Will be given for information aa to the  perty who took two bald-faced, bay, two-  year-old colt, branded f on left ahouldar,  mare and horae, from Knox Mountain  lange.   Oakar Treee, Kelowna. 20-21  FOR SALE  Heavy double wagon, nearly new.  jas.  Houelon, Rutland. 20-21  BEES FOR SALE  One hundred colonies Italian and Cor-  niolona.   Alao two acree bearing orchard  at Rutland.   D. E. McDonald. 20.23  STRAYED  on to tlieae premises about February!  one bay gelding^hree-year-old, brail  IV on left ahouldar, one blue roan cay J  branded JB on right .lioulder. If I  claimed in 30 day. aold to pay axpeil  R. Mtinaon 2lf  Tost  between   Bankhead   and   Preabyte  church,  on   Sunday, a   graen   Burbl  Overcoat.   Finder pleaee return lo CeJ  office and claim reward.  VIRITE  Moat effective and economical atumjj  frowder on the market. No poison!  umea. No headache, from handling.!  freezing. High safety. Apply at magu  neer S.K.L. Co.*. survey camp.       21i  FOR, SALE '  Cheap, one  bay  pony mare.   May  ridden or driven.   Apply Box 152.    2  FOFi SALE  Stock .addle and eel work team ham  Both in good condition. Thomlinaon, f  nee. Maker, Kelowna. 2  FOR SALE 4  Two tents, I2x 14, complete wilh frai  W. H. H. McDougall. Glenmore.      21  ICE  Wholeaale or retail delivered to any  of the city  at the same old pricea.  Apply to H. B. BURTC  or 'phone 3304  EGGS FOR SALE  1 from  S.-c. Black Minorcaa, White Wy;  dottea,  Buff   Leghorns,  Buff   (  ptngtons  and  Peltin Ducks; nli  chequered Homer Pigeons. 1  Apply H. D. RIGGS  Brown Leghorns  Egg (or Hatching  $1.50 per setting, special terms irj  quantities.  Also a few good cockerels for aa]  Apply  W. A. SCOTT, Benvoulin.


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