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 ACOWO  ��� "'��������"�� a  VirturiM. B.0,  lielufama Ikcorfc  ���voXoasOW^  kCoow*  */   ;  VOL. XII.   NO. 23  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  "Sleeping Beauty"  Was Successful Affair  Crowded   Theatre   Delighted  with Clever Children's  Production  One ol the moat pleasing and  successful children"* entertainments  which haa ever taken place in Kelowna waa carried out Tueaday  evening in f he Empress Theatre,  when Mra. P. C. A. Anderson and  Mrs. Herga Ambler with their respective pupila presented a pantomime baaed upon the fairy atory  of "The Sleeping Beauty." The  theatre waa filled to capacity but  in apite of the ordeal it muat have  been to auch young children to  face ao large an audience, the  whole affair wenf off almoat without a hitch, an eloquent teatimony  to the akilful training through  which they had been put.  The plot or atory of the play  waa of minor importance, but it  aerved aa a vehicle for the diaplay  of an abundance of talent which  givea great promiae for the future  of theae youthful artiata.  There waa a King of Kelowna  {Frank Fumerton) with a Queen  Maud Kincaid), resplendent in  royal robea. Their daughter, Princess Cherry Blossom, about whom  waa all the fuas, waa well played  by SBesaie Hawea, while Muriel  Dillon appeared aa Prince Charming. Patay Anderson, whoae dancing and versatile acting waa the  chief attraction, made an excellent  Puck, King's Messenger and head  of the gnomes. Biddv, the washerwoman, and Mayor Butterbun  (Harold Brown and Hugh McKenzie) supplied the comedy. Donald  Poole was the Royal Nurse, Hazel  Purvis the Fairy Godmother, Margaret Fumerton, the Wicked Fairy,  Jack Barrett, her cat and Dorothy  Armstrong, her.lady help. Other  characters appearing in the varioUa  dancea were Dick and Jack Ben  more, Florence Barrett, Mary and  Alan Poole, Ada and Madeline  Poole, Gwelda Symonda, Winnie  Roberta, Francia Treadgold, Annie  Allan, Clara Roberta, Evelyn and  Gertrude McDonald, Grace McCarthy, Thelma Dillon, Miriam  Small, Dilly Neiah, Margaret Sutherland, Ola Anderaon and Jean  Rowcliffe.  Preceding the pantomime waa a  musical recital by the pupila of  Mrs, Ambler which fur.iiahed no  amall part of the evening's attraction. Mra. J. Trenwith led with a  finely-rendered aolo, Miaa Amy  Fleming, Mias Hazel Ritchie and  Mr. Bamling alao contributing vocal numbera. Piano aoloa were  given by Frances Treadgold, Jean  Morriaon, Margaret Fumerton and  Miaa V. Tutt, while Mra. DeMara  gave a clever monologue.  It waa evident at the cloae of the  evening that the audience were  fully appreciative of the efforts of  thos* who'had worked ao untiringly and skilfully to produce so enjoyable an affair. As a result of  the entertainment the hospital will  benefit to the extent of about $100.  Local Firm Wins Case  Id Court of Appeal  Upholds Contract for Sale of  Fruit from Vernon Orchaid  Foui Italian laborers were killed  and one fatally injured Friday  evening by a dynamite explosion  at Padgett's camp near Salmon  river, about 25 miles from Vernon.  The men were working at a rock  cut on the. construction of the  Kamloopa-Kelowna branch of the  C.N.R.  Mr. R. Whillis made a somewhat  belated return from overseas service last Monday, after an absence  of five and a half years. He saw  a good deal of the fighting, and  was severely wounded aeveral  timea. While away he has taken  to himself a wife and Mrs. Whillis  accompanies him on his return to  Kelowna.  A judgment waa recently hand,  ed dtSwn in the Court of Appeal  of conaiderable intereat to Okanagan fruit shippers and growera,  dealing with a contract for the sale  of the fruit crop of the Kidston  ranch at Vernon to Messrs. Stirling  and Pitcairn, Ltd., has now decided this long-standing dispute definitely in favor of the local shipping firm. The case was occasioned  by the plaintiff Kidston breaking  his contract to sell fruit to Messrs.  Stirling 8c Pitcairn, and in July of  last year the latter applied for and  obtained an injunction restraining  Mr, Kidston from selling his fruit  away until the matter could b^  tried before the Supreme Court,  At the trial in September the Court  dissolved the injunction on the  technical grounds that no contract  existed. Messrs. Stirling & Pitcairn  appealed and the injunction was  continued until the trial of this preaent month when the Court of  Appeal unanimoualy allowed the  appeal of Meaars. Stirling & Pitcairn with coats on the ground that  a contract mutually carried out for  five years must exist, and also that  the document as to terms, fitc, was  quite consistent and legal.  The marriage took place last  Monday at the Catholic church of  Mr. Duncan Tutt and Miss Nellie  Hereron, eldest daughter of Mr.  'Michael Hereron. 1 he bridesmaid  was Miss Helen Brunette while  Willie Hereron supported the  groom. Mr. and Mrs. Tutt are to  reside in the E|lison district.  =E  Do not forget  to file your  Income Tax Return  on or before the 30th of April, 1920.  f ominion of Canada  Department of Finance  A LL persons residing in Canada, employed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax  on income, as follows:���  1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,000 or more.  2. All-other Individuals who during the  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  more.  3. Every corporation and joint stock company  whose profits eiceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended In 1919.  Forms t0 be U8e<1 ln fllln*  returns on or before  the 30th of April, 1921.  ALL INDIVIDUALS other than  farmers and ranchers muat Hie  Form T 1.  FARMERS AND RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATIONS and joint  stock companies muat uaa Farm  T2.  Penalty  Ei-try perton required tt ntht a tOMra,' who  fall* to do to within tht Hom Malt, skati to  subject (o ��� penalty ��f Twtnty-8-rt ht ���obium  of tht amount ol tho t*i fayakU.  Any perton, whether taiaMe, or tthtnrtat.  who falls to make a rtturn er provide Information duly required Recording to the protltlon of  tho Act, thall be liable on summary conviction  to a penalty ol flH for each day during  which the default continues. Alto nay ptrton  making a faltt ttattment In any return or In  aay Information required by the Minister, skill  be liable, on tummsry conviction, to a penalty  aot etceedlnflSIV.OM.orto tli months'Imprisonment or to both line and Imprisonment.  General Instructions.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or  Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from  Postmasters.  Read carefully all instructions on  Form before filling it in.  Prepay postage on letters and documents forwarded by mall to Inspectors of  Taxation.  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  Address INSPECTOR OF TAXATION.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  R. W. BREADNER,  ' Commissioner of Taxation.  Was at Dominion War  Veterans' Convention  Col. Edgett Givea Interesting  Report of Montreal Meeting  Rutland News  (From oar own nrirrMDonttsat).  On Monday last Col. Edgett, who  represented the Okanagan and  Similkameen at the Dominion Convention, addressed a large and  enthusiastic meeting at the club.  He first of all congratulated the  members on the splendid quarters  they have and the way thev were  furnished. The first thing that  impressed him at Montreal was  the earnest spirit in which th  delegates got down to work. The  work was a great physical strain,  so much so that aeveral delegates  had to go to hospital, ln meeting  representatives from all over Canada one's vision was broadened  and there was an evident desire  on the part ot everyone to see the  other fellow's view-point.'  The first resolution brought up  dealt with pensions. The principal changes recommended were $1  for every one p.er cent, of disability  thus giving a totally disabled man  a pension of $100 per month, and  a pension to a widow or dependent mother without children of  $75 per month. The Government  was also requested to pension the  dependents of men who may die  within the next ten years. It is  justly claimed that there are many  men who, while not pensioners,  have returned with much lower  vitality, and distrecs is already  occurring amongst those who have  lost their husbands since their discharge from the army.  The next subject was Re-establishment. . The Convention was  very united on the best means to  accomplish this, viz., by a cash  *onus bated op an additional $ I  per day for every man who saw  service on a belligerent front, and  a proportionate bonus to those  who saw service in Canada or  England. The committee appointed to interview the Government  pointed out that only a small per  centage had been able to avail  themselves of existing re-establishment measures. It was pointed  out that the ex-soldier could more  effectually re-establish himself by  this means and that it would be  more economical than setting up  government machinery to enquire  into the need of individual cases.  The committee pointed out that  the money could be obtained by  taxing war profits, and that in 1917  Sir Robert Borden had promised  to conscript wealth as well an men.  Sir Geo. Foster admitted that large  fortuner had been made during  the war, but the difficulty was to  get at them. He stated that the  matter would be finally dealt with  before the house prorogued.  At the convention man after man  stated the difficulties facing their  re-establishment. Debts and taxes  had accumulated, business rivals  had taken their clients, farms had  run down, the wage earner found  his family on his return often heavily in debt and it would take'a  long time for the average man who  went overseas to reach the position  of those who stayed at home. It  was farther pointed out that while  nearly everyone in Canada received increased wages the soldier's  remained at $1.10 per day. It is  estimated that it will cost two  hundred and thirty millions to  meet this request of $1 per day  extra, and that while individuals  who made money out of the soldier's sacrifice will be hit, yet that  on the whole the country will  benefit.  G.W.V.A. Notes  We have to thank the local Red  Cross Society through Mrs J. W.  Jones for the gift of a refrigerator,  which is much appreciated.  A whist and cribbage match with  the Sons of England will take place  next Saturday at the club.  The Dominion Convention adopted our resolution re the leasing  or ownership of landa by orientala.  Copies of the resolutions adopted  at Montreal will be sent to all  members in good standing. The  provincial convention at Fernie  has been postponed to June 5th  and 6th.  Clarence Duncan returned Monday from the prairie and expects,  to remain here for some time.  The Rev. E. D. Braden delivered  a very interesting lantern lecture  in the school last Fridav on Mission Work.  What is the matter with the  Young People's Society these days?  Perhaps the officers are not aware  that the "flu" ban has been lifted  yet!  Jas. Mclvor returned Monday  from his native land of Ireland.  During hia abaence he haa spent  much time in Belfast.and haa formed the opinion that Ireland is a  good place to atay away from juat  now.  The football game scheduled to  take place Saturday between Ellison and Rutland, had to be abandoned, the Ellison boys not being  able to place a team in the field,  A match with Kelowna is taking  place to-day in the school grounds.  Some mean thing was asking  during the week if the Rutland  Rustlers have ceased from rustling  and the weary (tongues) are at last  at rest. Surely, he Baid. this organization had not giggled themselves out of existence entirely.  Of course we treat such remarks  with the contempt they deserve.  Friends of Wilfred B Davenport  a former Rutland young man, will  regret to hear of his death last  Wednesday at the Tranquille Sanatorium, He came out from South-  port, England, about eight years  ago and spent most of his time at  Rutland, being employed as water  bailiff and also at the store. About  two years ago it was deemed advisable for him to enter the sanatorium at Kamloops in the hope of  overcoming the tubercular disease  which threatened him. He gradually grew worse, however, and  for some time no hope had been  entertained of his recovery. He  had nc relatives in this country.  The funeral took place at Kamloops, Mr. S. Wade who had- been  an intimate friend of the deceased,  attending. All inquiries regarding  the affairs of the deceased should  be made to Mr. Wade.  Athletic Schedules  for Present Season  Following are the schedules for  the three leagues organized by the  K.A.A.C. Besides these inter-city  games, it is expected a local league  will be arranged with the country  districts.  BASEBALL  May  24  Vernon at Kelowna  May 24  Armstrong at Enderby  May  27   Enderby at Vernon  May  27  Kelowna at Armstrong  une  10  Armstrong at Vernon  une  10  Kelowna at Enderby  une 17  Kalowna at Vernon  une 17  Enderby at Armstrong  une 24  Armstrong at Kelowna  une 24  Vemon at Enderby  uly     8  Enderby at Kelowna  uly     8  Vemon at Armstrong  uly    15  Kelowna at Vernon  uly    15  Armstrong at Enderby  uly    22  Enderby at Vemon  uly   22  Kelowna at Armstrong  uly   29     Armstrong at Vernon  uly   29  Kelowna at Enderby  Aug. 12    Vernon at Kelowna  Aug. 12  Enderby at Armstrong  Aug. 19  Armstrong at Kelowna  Aug. 19  Vernon at Enderby  Aug. 26  Enderby at Kelowna  Aug. 26  Vemon at Armstrong  FOOTBALL  May 9  Kelowna at Lumby'  May 13  Lumby at Vernon   *������  May 24  Vernon at Kelowna  une     3  Kelowna at Vernon  une 10  Lumby at Kelowna  une 17  Vernon at Lumby  une 24  Vernon at Kelowna  uly      8  Kelowna at Lumby  uly 13  Lumby at Vernon  uly 22  Kelowna at Vernon  uly 29  Lumby at Kelowna  Aug. 12    Vemon at Lumby  LACROSSE  May 24  Vernon at Kelowna  une 3  Armstrong at Vernon  une 10  Kelownu at Armstrong  une 17  Armstrong at Kelowna  une 24  Kelowna at Vernon  uly      1   Vernon at Armgtrong  uly 8  Vernon at Kelowna  uly 15    Armstrong at Vemon  uly 22  Kalowna at Armstrong  uly 29  Armstrong at Kelowna  Aug. 5  Kelowna at Vemon  Aug. 12  Vernon at Armstrong   _o ���-  The people of East Kelowna are  now moving with the iden of forming a water municipality to take  control of their irrigation water  supply.  Board of Trade  Monthly Meeting  Small Prospect of NewlPost  Office Yet, writes Senator  Bostock  The Board of Trade meeting on  Tuesday evening was an unusually  brief affair, there being apparently  rather a scarcity of matter just at  present for discussion.  Mr. L. V. Rogers presided dealing first with the report of the executive council which had held a  meeting during the month and  dealt with various matters which  had arisen since the last meeting.  A suggestion had been received  from Mr. Denison .that a rule be  adopted fixing the time allowed for  the discussion of any aubject. This  was left with the chairman to deal  with according lo the spirit of the  suggestion.  It was also suggested that all  resolutions intended for the government be also sent to the local  Liberal Association and to the defeated Liberal candidate as well as  the local member, lt was agreed  that this be done.  Farther effort was being made  to secure a correspondent for the  Vancouver Province.  A letter from Senator Bostock  expressed the view that he did not  see the least chance of the government at present undertaking the  building of a new post office in  Kelowna as the need of financial  retrenchment was so urgent. It was  decided, however, not to drop the  matter es it was understood that  several other cities weie having  buildings erected. It was arranged  io send photographs of the present  building to Ottawa.  The matter of the much desired ,  tourist hotel came up, Mr. Ballard-  reporting that he had received a  letter from Mr. J. Crehan stating  that after consulting with fi ancial  houses in Vancouver he could state  lhat if support for the hotel project  to the eit^u-fr-SSO.OOO could be  obtained in. Kelowna, it would be-  quite feasible to raise an additional $150,000. A rough estimate  had been made that a 60 room  modern hotel would cost about  $135,000.  In discussing the prospects of the  C.N.R. operating their Kelowna  branch this year, Mr. Pitcairn mentioned that thc government railway  had sixty or seventy miles completed with steel laid near Sooke on  the Island, and that for over a year  no train had run there. We had  been repeatedly told here that  construction was held up for lack  of steel, and yet there was a large  mileage lying idle.  Mr. W. Price mentioned that at  a recent meeting of the farmers of  Wood's Lake, a desire had been  expressed to be linked up directly  by telephone with Kelowna. The  impression had seemed to prevail  that Kelowna had rather neglected  the people of that district. At  present they were joined, up with  Vernon and had to pay .long distance to speuk to Ellison, Rutland  and Kelowna, where most of their  business was done.  It was decided to arrange for a  committee to interview the tele-  yhone officials on the matter.  The dumping of cans and rubbish along the road sides was  again complained of and it was  arranged to notify the provincial  police of certain recent cases.  "Street Called Straight"  Unable to accept her'fiance's  offer and unwilling to marry him  under such great obligations to a  former suitor, Olivia finds'herself  facing a desperate alternative.  From this point the story sweeps  on to a remarkable ending in which  a surprising and highly dramatic  solution to the problem is presented. "The Street Called Straight"  appeared orig nallv in the Cosmopolitan Magazine, in which it was  followed eagerly by almost a  million readers. So great was its  popularity, that it was later published in book form by Grossett and  Dunlap, attaining a circulation of  over one million copies.  This great storv picturizrd by  Samuel Gold win and Rex Beach  may be seen at the Empress on  Friday and Saturday, April 23rd  and 24th.   . Ia.<�� TWO  KELOWNA   RECOttD  Thuraday, April 22,192C  COMMUNITY PLATE  PATRICIAN PATTERN  Set   your   table  with "Patrician"  Community.  li is plun yet moat artistic.  We also have in stock the Patrician Knives in stainless steel.  Standard Prices.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optometrist   Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  GJ. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Nexl  to the C.P.R. wharf,-  Kelowna  Ward I Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  SHOE SHINE  AT YOUR SERVICE  CLUB   BARBER   SHOP  KELOJbZNH record  Published every Thuraday ai Kelowna,  Britiah Colombia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  ADVERTISING  BATES  I.UIX3E   NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC.,   I.R   rniili Dei   column  inch oer week.  LAND AN!) TIMBER NOTICE8-90 dare. infill davs S7.  WATBR  NOTICES-SB (or live in-MrUou.  i.KQAL AnVERTISING-FInt Inwrttna. 13  osnU Der line: each ���obstaueiit lawrtton. It  ftintH  per  line,  ilSI'I.AY AIH'KUTISEMENTS- Iwo inchw  and under. BO rente Mr Inoti tirst iniertlnn  over two in.-l.t-i- 40 rente i<fr itirth (iri-t in-  "(���(-(inn:     20   funt*   ;mr   Mich   narh   eiihamment  inaertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVEUTISEMKNTS -S oet.t.  i��'i word firat inaertion. I mnt ner won*  "full   mbneuueiit ineertion.  All i-iinriKt'd in contract ailverUMDllBtl matt  ')t< hi tlin linndfl ol the printer bv T'loedAV  nviininir   to   enHure    oablieation   in   tbe    nail  lieue.  Items from Westbank  At the meeting of the* Westbank  Inigation Co. held this week, the  directors appointed Mr. Han nam  as Water Bailiff for ihe coming  Reason.  Mr. Gore made his first shipment  o| pie plant thia week, which ar ems  raiher early considering the cold  apring which seems to be keeping  things backward.  There is a move in the water  question, a committee having been  formed lo put the matter in shap-  aa soon as possible, it looks as  if Westbank was going to have a  water municipality at last.  The Boys and Girls Club is now  in full swing again wilh ten competing members und two hoimrarv  members. They have chosen 3.C.  Whi'e LBghons this year nnd Mr.  H cks of Lnngfoid Station is supplying the egga. Miss Muiiel Mcintosh ia president and Miss M. D  Haonam, secretary.  Mr. D. Gellatly, sr., expects to  start on hia new wharf this week  or early ncx*\ and he states that he  is going to lay down a double  track for a car-slip at lhe same  time. He has had a new Clrlrac  this week, believed to be the first  in the district.  Major Smith and Mr. Hubbard,  officials of the Okanagan Telephone Co., spent Friday night last  ai Westbank interviewing the re-  aid iila as to having telephone  communication establisht-d here.  Mr. Hubbard gave a lengthy  speech on the benefits to be drnv  ed by having lhe phone in your  own home. Major Smith coriob-  orating, the n went on to state his  own mission, which it appears is  in sell lock in lhe Okanagan  Telephone Co., the Company wishing lo extend lis operations and  would like patrons to take uu  shares. Afier aome discussion on  the subject of the phone, about  twenty residents agreed to have  the plump put in, which is certainly  a move in the light direction for  Westbank, as il has been off the  map long enough.  Frorh north, south, east and  west ihey came, i cars, wagons,  buggies, etc., to the great masquer  ade ball held in the B C. Packing  House, over a hundred of them in  fancy and comic costumes. It w*s  a very pretty sight to see, whilst  lhe music was supplied by the  Summerland orchestra. Mrs. Fetherstonhaugh won the first prize for  (he ladies' costume and Mr. Read  of Summerland took first for gentlemen, bring dressed as a Spanish  bull fighter* Harry Brown of West-  bank being the next as an old  Irish gentleman. Mra. J. Nicholls  as Knight Commander of the Bath  was aclose second. Messrs.Thac-  ker and Gore were the judges.  "The ladiea who provided refresh  ments and the untiring efforta of  Mr. Jones, H. Alpin Moffat and  George Brown made a very pleasant and long evening.  Auction  At the retidence of  W. H. Rennie  Willow Avenue off Abbott Street  Friday, May 7th  Morris Chair, Gate Leg Table, combined  Deek and Diesser, oak Rocker, book Cate,  Circaeian walnut Table, 3 oak Chairs, oak  Buffet, coal Heater, open grate Heater, 2  camp Beds, Wardrobe, iron Bed, Springs  and Mattress, child's iron Cot, 2 white  Chairs, white bedtide Table, Dresser,  Screen, 3 small Rurb, Rug 7 J x 9, medicine  Ciieet, electric reading Lamp, Mirror, new  1,.1-nl Sewing Machine, wicker Chair, baby's  high Chair, baby's low Chair, baby's  Sleigh, lawn Mower, 55 feet garden I lose,  garden Tools, steel clothes Line and Reels,  3 kitchen Tables, 2 kitchen Chairs, Meat  Safe, carpet Sweeper, Aluminum Ware,  Pota and Pans, Crockery, dataware, Sealers, Wash Tuba and Board, Hair Broom.  TERMS CASH Sale at 2 p.m.  Local Boy Scouts  Edited   by   Pioneer.     April   20th.  Stock-well's, Ltd., Auctioneers  Prof  essiona  1 Cards  BURNE S- .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tV BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  ���ind estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOI IN CURTS, KELOWNA  Wearing  Overalls  may save \ ou money on  your tailor's bill, but it will  make no difference in the  cost of your footwear. To  economize correctly overalls should be purchased at  the time Shoes are bought  from Dark, you will then  pay the Minimum price for  your clotheH.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoemsn  P. W. GROVES -  M. C��n. Soc. C.E..  Consulting CitSil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on Inigstior, Works  Applications for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA, B. C  Dr.  J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Peridot*   Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence       313  Vernon.  B.C.  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson 6c Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  Phone 320  HERGA AMBLER ����?  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones; Business 164; Residence91  P. O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming for the New Year  Phone for an appointment  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  ORDERS by command for week  ending April 29th. 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week, Beavers, and also for 'the  week following ; next for duty, the  Wolves.  NOTICE: Friday, the 23rd inat.  is St. George's Day and St. George  is our Patron Saint. All scouts will  renew their promise on this day.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Friday the 23rd and Tuesday the  27th inst. at 7.15 p.m. and the  bugle band will parade at the fire,  hull nn Thuraday the 29ih inat. at  7.15 p.m. lor practice. An extra  practice for the paralLI bar squad  will be held, ol which noiice will  be uiven.  We are very fortunate in securing the services for the parallel  bur squad of Lieut. Andrews, who  aaw considerable service overseas,  latterlv with the 27thCity of Winnipeg Butt., C.E.F. He is kindly  giving all the time we need to train  this squad a id so they should provide a most acceptable item for.  the concert, particularly as the last  time we gave an exhibition of parallel bar work was in 1916. Mr.  Thomson and Miss Winnie Jones  have commenced the rehearsals  for the songs and that ensures the  success of that part of the programme. Mrs. Calder is also again  kindly taking the rehearsals for the  play, and the bugle band is atill in  the capable hands of Mr. Fred  Gore.  The local csaociation met on  Thuraday evening last and two  important appointments were made  to the cubs and scouts respectively.  As previously reported Mr. Bartholomew, who has been acting as  cubmaster since Mr. Gordon's,  resignation, has had to resign,  although his services may be available again in the fall of the year,  so we are very glad that we have  been able to enlist in his place  Lieut. W?dge, late of the R A. F,  who also saw considerable service  overseas. He was appointed act  ing cubmaster by the local association and we wish him and the pack  the beat of luck. It waa alao decided that Mr. Bartholomew ahould  be awarded a Thanka Badge in  appreciation of hia aervicea, and  which we' might add he well  deserves.  Then for the troop came well  earned promotions to two of our  remaining three "old originals" of  1912 in the persons of T.L Richard  Parkinson and P.L. Leonard DuMoulin, both of whom Were ap.  pointed acting assistant scoutmasters. Under the rules of our organization all warrant officers must  act under their appointments for  three months before having them  confirmed. These additional officers should assist the working of the  troop very much and if we can  now have the energetic support of  every leader, second and scout in  the troop, great progress should  be in atore for ua.  Theae promotions left vacancies  in the troop and ao at the Court of  Honour on Saturday last honourable and lengthy service in the  troop was again recognized in the  appointment of the other "old  original" of 1912, P.L. John Groves,  to the poaition of Troop Leader,  which office he will hold together  wilh that of Patrol Leader of the  Wolves. Seconds Ball, Butler,  Hunter and Small were promoted  to be Patrol Leaders of the Otters,  Owls, Beavers and Cougars respectively, and Scouts Clarence, Latta,  H. Mantle and Neish were promoted to be seconds of the Otters,  B avers, Wolves and Eagles respectively.  Recruit D. Balsillie passed his  tenderfoot tests on Friday th. 17th  inst. and waa poated to the Owl  Patrol, und P.L. Carl McKenzie  and* Scout J. Aitken being out of  tow , were given leave of abaence,  Thia leavea four of our aix patrols  under their full strength of aeven  and we have therefore now room  for seven recruits. It is not likely  that after the firat of next month  wa shall take on any more recruits  until after camp, so if there are any  local boya who would like to join  the troop their applicationa should  be made immediately.  The purchase of Cedar Creek  camp site is going ahead and we  are now going to enlist the services  of a surveyor to find out' the acreage our promised money will buy.  The more money we have the  better site we can have so if there  are any more of our frienda who  would like to do a big good turn  to the growing boyhood of Kelowna for all time, and at the aame  time aecure a beautiful camp site  for   themeelves   during   their life  CHEVROLET  The Chevrolet Truck is made in a big way���big enough to haul  all kinds of goods to capacity���do it efficiently, do it conaistently  day in and day out, and do it as economically as it can be done.  Electric Lights and Starter Pneumatic Cord Tires  M. A. ALSGARD  LOCAL DEALER  New Show Rooms and  Service Station  Lawrence Avenue  Chevrolet Truck Chassis, $1915 f.o.b. Kelowna  AUCTION SALE  Being instructed 1 will sell at hia ranch, Glenmore, near the Glenmore school.  the movables and household effects of  ' P. A, SCOTT  On Tuesday, May 4th, at 1.30 p.m.  Pair   black   Horses, 4   yeara   old,  weighing 2800 lbs.  Heavy Horae, good worker, 1400 Ib  18   pure bred  Rhode  Island  Red  chickens  Ford Car in   good  condition, with  new tirea  Pair Lumber Sleda Cutter  Two-horae Dray-Wagon  Large quantity Carpenter Tools  2 Logging Chain* Fruit Rack  5 sets Whippletrees  Lawn Mower and Roller  Forks, Shovels, Sec.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  2 fine Leather Chairs  guarter cut oak Morris Chair  xtension Couch  Flemish oak Parlor Table  6 quarto*1  cut  oak  dining Chairs,  leather seated Writing Desk  Black walnut Dining Table  Large Sideboard  Portieres and brass rods  Drop head Sewing Machine, nearly  new Child's High Chair  Aladdin Hanging Lamp  Mantel Clock      Large 6-day Clock I  3 iron Beds, Springe and Matt re ssc  2 Dressera and Stands  Child's enamel Crib  Carpet Square, 10 x 12  Rubber Folding Bath  Ice Cream Freezer  Baby'a Folding Cot  Suantity Rick wood Tuba  aisy Chum Boiler  2 Toilet Sets  Large quantity Kitchen Utensils  4 large Crocks      Wire Hammock  Barrel Vinegar      Empty Barrels  Lot of Crockery and Glassware  Cider And other articles  Everything must go as the ranch is sold and Mr. Scott is leaving tha place  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden  And have bitter Vegetables & Flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hardy Perennials  We shall have on sale shortly a fine assortment of th* celebrated  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117  Milk & Cream  Milk, per quart - - - lie  Table Cream, per pint ���*? - 25c  Whipping Cream, per pint   -   40c  A deposit of  10c per bottle ia required, whieh will he  refunded on return of empty bottle.  The above prices art announced by the  Kelowna Creamery, limited  for Milk and Cream obtained fresh every day and  retailed on a cash and carry system at the Creamery  on Water Street.  Bring your own container and avoid the deposit  of 10c per bottle.  time, now i* the moment. They  ahould get in touch with any of the  acout officers or either Mr, Mantle  or Mr. Rowcliffe of the specie  committee who have the matter ii  hand,  a*aa Thursday, April 22.1920  KSLOWNA IJtCOlfi  PAGE THREE  If ��� ix*tirto. ���  PHONE   361 KBLOWNA  New Voiles  Fancy Voiles have  been delivered during the  week. The, colourings are  exceptionally good and  materials of the finest  weave.  ���Price* fiom 85c to $1.95  PICTORIAL  REVIEW  PATTERNS  See them at our  Pattern Counter  NEW MILLINERY  of Exceptional Merit  Many model Hats are now being shown in  our Millinery section.  These Hats are distinctive in style and are  the latest productions from the eastern markets  which Miss Pughe managed to purchase while  on a trip to the coast last week.  SI  mm*  fi-Tnll -i-tin* tt-w.u't) t  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Mares and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  oi at tha office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  WM. HAUG    -    Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  J. E. Britton was an Armstrong  visitor this week. -  Major Dyce accompanied by hit  son and Mrs. Dyce, snr., left Friday  last for England.  Mrs. j. W. B. Browne went down  to Vancouver last weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Welsh and  family left last Friday for Lacombe,  Alta., where they will stay for  aome time.'  W. A. Hunter relumed Monday  to his ranch at 100 Mile Houae on  the Cariboo road.  Mr. J. W. Jones, M.P.P. tor the  district, returned yesterday after a  long and busy session of the legislature at Victoria,  The quarterly communion service will be observed at the United  Church on Sunday morning nest.  A number of new member will be  received at this service.  An amendment to the Weekly  Half-holiday Act eliminates the  King's Birthday from the list of  public holidsyss Power is also  given to prosecute a merchant who  does not give the half-holidav as  required by law.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  The Young Gills' Club of the  United Sunday-school are holding  a tea on Saturday in the Wesley  HalUo provide funds for the extension of the rooms of the Sunday  school.  An exhibition of historical pictures is to be held under the auspices of the Jack McMillan chapter  I.O.D.E., in the Wesley Hall on  May lat, 4th, 5th and 6th. The  exhibition will be opened on Sat  urday the 1st, at 3 p.m. by Mrs.  J. W. Jones and tea will be served,  An admission of 10c for the exhi-  bition will be charged.  High School Notes  lhe programme for sports on  May 24th is now determined on  It includes a dash, a mile relay  race and some jumping for the  boys; also an egg and spoon race  and some other running for the  girls.   This means practice.  The High School Literary Soc  iety will meet next Saturday even,  ing, April 24th, at 7.30 shsrp. A  varied programme will be rendered, and refreshments served.  The pupils were delighted Isst  week by the reappearance of our  esteemed inspector, Mr. DeLong.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING. 1920  Your car has been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery > Is it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rates.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official station for the famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times Un a colled  spring to spin your engine, light  your Tights and blow your hom.  Drive in today and become' acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't uke rt to "Geonrs." lat Bams? do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile Electrician  ThsSiinodh.PxrsjBid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendosi St.  Misa Gertrude Perry left last  weekend for a trip to England.  R. Haldane left Monday ior  Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Patterson left  Tuesday to tske up their residence  at Enderby.  Mias Dsvies of the school staff  was a passenger yesterday for  Yatmouth, N.S.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Alcock left  yesterday for Victoris.  T. A. Woods is a visitor to the  cosst this week.  D. McGuire, who had been  viaiting in town for a few days,  left this morning for Regina.  J. Starr of Kamloops wss a viaitor in town today.  J. T. Mutrie and C. L. Love, pre-  ent and manager of the O.U.G.,  were down from Vernon Monday.  Mr, and Mrs. Carrol Aitkins were  up yeaterday from Naramata.  The regular meeting of the Ladiea' Hospital Aid will be held on  Monday next at 3.30 in the Board  of Trade room.  The ven. Archdeacon Greene  was a visitor to Penticton Monday.  Engliah church service will be  held at Rutland on Sunday next  at 3 p.m.  Mrs. P. T. Butchsrt of Edmonton, and Mrs. G. N. Butchsrt, of  Hibbing, Min., are the guests ot  Mrs. Fumerton for a while on their  return from California, where they  have been spending the winter.  Mr. Bert Fenton, ol Penticton,  was a visitor in town Wednesday  taking a look over the place. He  had a lot of pleasant things to say  about Kelowna and its'immediate  future.  The fire brigade were called out  soon after midnight Tueaday to a  fire at the brick yard. ������ Mr. E. Hill  happened to be returning home  late in that direction and noticed  the fire, whieh had apparently  started around the ssnd dryer. He  turned in the alarm and then went  to work with a hose pipe, and  succeeded in keeping the fire back  from the boiler and engine room,  until the brigade arrived to extinguish it. Very little damage was  done, and this was repaired the  following day. The brigade had  a strenuous time with the truck,  which got mired in a slough, snd  put in some hard work to get it  out again.  ��********-*S**t"*S*'8*^^  WEBBER WAGONS  We have just placed a carload of these  famous  wsgons  in   stock.    All  sizes.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators     One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  AGENTS FOR DeLAVAL SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   Ellis  Street  WORKS  and Bernard  Avenue  AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE  Monday and Tuesday, April  26th & 27th  IN  AID   OF   THE   FUNDS  OF   THB  KELOWNA   HOSPITAL  KELOWNA THEATRICAL SOCIETY presents  THE MIKADO  Good Caate, good Chorus and splendid scenery by the late E. J. McKie.      Doora open st 6 p.m.  Reserved seats on sale at Willits' Drug Store -80c to $1.65 (war tax included)  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing operation  Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cute  From $3  Tread Cute, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  Prom fl.35  Casing Repair, new section, (rom $2  Bicycle Tin, from 50c  For quick end correct repairs  snip your tires to us  Reinforcements Vukanixed  3-inch Tine fl.50  34-inch Tine  $2.00  4-inch Tires  f2.S0  4i-inch Tires J3.00  5-inch Tires f3.S0  5J-inch Tires $4.00  Reliners from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cut off above cemented���  your option  Service end Satisfaction  Tube Repairs while you wait:  Smell Puncture  20c  Blowout, 2-inch  30c  Blowout, 4-inch  '...-.  40c  Blowout, 8-ineh  SOc  Valve Seats .....'  50c  Valve Inside.   IOc  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane - Prop.  ExR.S.M.  Wa carry e complete range of Tire and  Tube Repair Outfits including amall Vul-  eanlssre for car owners.  New Tires and Tubas obtained to order  CTWtwtrOTMwrawi^^  Phone 40  P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We have clience for 5 to 20        Also, at  acrea Improved Farms VICTORIA  and Orchards.  Listings of every description solicited.  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  snd MISSION  A a BARRAT.  Near CP.R. Wharf.  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C  HARNESS REPAIRS  SWEAT PADS WHIPS  Shoe Repairs  GLOVES  Try TENAX SOLES the mott satisfactory tole made.   A fibre composition, combining the qualities for Leather and Rubber. We have them.  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building .   ��� Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  sn*^s*%^l^^sl''''lt*'^s*'*'��^s��*'s��*'*tsi<ats*>isa\sT'>  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING. CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special ratea.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucka are all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT  CREAM PRICES  from April 1st, 1920-  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  75c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 73c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Eiglo ft Waltham High Grade Watches  fl   The logical piece to buy one of these two well-  known   makes, is tha  store  which   handles them  exclusively.  q  THIS IS THE STORE.  *J   We do not try and sell you e Swiss Watch and  bring out a Waltham or Elgin on request   .  .    *]   We try and eell you an Elgin or Waltham because we know you will get one hundred centa  watch value to the dollar.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTtCREW        .               .       MANAGER PACE FOUR  KELOWNA IEC01B  Thursday, April 22,1920  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  \J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street     Kelowna  APPLE  TREES  FOR SALE  Stockwell's, Ltd.  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  ����  FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY  Samuel Goldwyn  and Rex Bench present Baiil King's famous story  "The Street Called  Straight  Fenluring  NAOMI CHILDERS and  MILTON SILLS  A matter author's work, allowing   the blind, reckless struggle to keep up  appearances.     A dramatic entertainment which pulses with   the   passions  of life.    A vivid cross section of life in which   the   sunshine of love routs  the sin.    Also  THEV WENT   TO   SEE   IN   A   RICKSHAW, Chester Outing  and a Chiistie   Comedy.  Evening, 7 30 nnd 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3.30, 10c and* 25c  MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY  THE MIKADO  Doors open 8 p.m.  Book your seats at Willits  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  The Love Burglar  Featuring  WALLACE REID  A charming romance of the underworld based   on Chas. Lait's stage play,  "One of Us."    Anna G. Niilson ably assists Mr. Reid in this amusing story  ,of enthu iasttr. adventure.    Also  THE  DIVERS LAST   KISS  one of those big special   comedies  with a laugh and a thrill every second.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3.30, IOc and 20c  COMING EVENTS :   The University Players in   "Green Stockings:"  "The Brat;'* "The River's End;" "Every Woman." t  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE  Accessories and Tires  COAL OILII  Lubricating Oils  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR  VULCANIZING  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Lawrence Ave. and Pendozi   Stree  Day phone 267  Night phone 67  Spray  Materials  REX    LIME    SULPHUR  ARSENATE   OF   LE4D  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  WHALE   OIL  SOAP  QUASSIA   CHIPS  BLUESTONE  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  "    DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  Garden,  Field,   Clovers,  Grasses  and  Grains  Quality the Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bag*  "LACE YOUR ORDERS WITH  US  NOW  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones :  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. tvhart  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plans and Price Lists of tlie  sub-division of th^  DICKSON RANCH  may be seen at this office.  ORIENTALS   OR   ENEMY  ALIENS  NEED   NOT   APPLY  1 ermR : One-quarter rash, balmce  1, 2 and 3 years  Immediate possession  Tbe Okanagan Brokerage  James Inglis, Proprietor ,  We only charge TWO  per  cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Automobile  For Hire  H  B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 180  Auction  The property of  J. L. Newman  At tlie W. Pearce ranch, corner of Vernon  and Rutland Roads, on  Thursday, April 29  Commencing at 2 p.m.  Overland Car, model 90  Mahogany 5 piece Parlor Suite  Extension Dining Table, fumed oak, new  6 Dining Chairs, fumed oak  Buffet, fumed oak  Hall Mirror 24 x 60 inches  Parlor Table Cane Rocker  Carpet square 12 x 12  15 yards Woolen Carpet  2 iron Beds, Springs and Mattress  Camp Cot  McClarf Range with water attachment  Small Cook Stove  3 wood Heaters Scuttle  Quantity Stove Pipes  5 gal. Oil Can  DeLaval Separator, No. 10  Churn and Butler Worker  Lawn Mower 25 feet Hose  Washing Machine Wash Boiler  Wringer    Tubs     3 Pails    5 doz. Sealers  2 sets Single Driving Harness  60 feet I inch Rope Post Hole Digger  15 Leghorn Hens  Many small articles not mentioned  NO Reserve. TERMS CASH  G.W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  Auction  At tho reaidence of  W. Kirkby, Paul St.  Near Bernard Avenue, on  Thurs., May 6th  Extension Dining Table, oak  6 oak Chaira 2 oak Rockers  2 Parlor Tables, oak Morris Chair  Upholsteied Couch  Writing Desk and Bookcase combined  2 cases Indian Curios (very valuable)  Carpet Square, 9x10  Carpet Square, 8 x 9 Child's Crib  Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress  2 iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses  2 Dressers and stands, oak  2 Bedroom Chairs, oak       Camp Bed  Window Shades, Curtrins and Rods  Curtain Stretcher  McClary Range, 4 hole  2 coal Heaters  Kitchen Table and Chairs  Kitchen Cupboard  Rotary Washer new  Wringer Wash Tubs Boiler  Electric Iron        Electric Coffee Percolator  Electric Grill  6 doz. Economy Sealers  All Cooking Utensils, Dishes  and  Glass,  ware Quantity Carpenters' Tools  Forks Rakes Shovels Hoes  Many small articles not mentioned  No reserve as Mr. Kirkby intends leaving  the valley.  TERMS CASH Sale at 2 p.m.  G. W.Cunningham, Auctioneer  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  Want Ads.  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000. the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE-One Planet Jr. Horse Culti.  vator. No. 8, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. 17if  FOR SALE. White Pekin Duck Eggs, for  setting. $1.50 per setting.' Apply Mrs.  E. Lock. Rutland. 20.3p  $2,200. Well . built Cottage, Manhattan  Reach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 2ltf  FOR SALE, few good Jersey Cows. A.  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 2ltf  FOR SALE, Shed. 18 x 14, all wood.  Can be moved bodily. Apply P.O. Box  52. 22-3P  FOR SALE, Piano by Collard. G. E. Seon,  Harvey Ave.    Phone 207. 22tf  FOR SALE, Ford car, converted into delivery truck, in good condition, Apply  J. F. Fumerton & Co. 22-5  FOR SALE, two   good   Jersey cows, our  best.   T. Barber, Rutland. 23-5c  FOR SALE, high-grade Ayrshire Cows,  fresh ; thoroughbred Holstein Bulls.  B. F. Boyee. '       23tf  FOR SALE,  two  second-hand   Automo.  biles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, three Carpenters at once. Apply Okanagan Building oc Trading Co.  Ellis street. I7tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Office and House Cleaning  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthui  Gardiner, Box 482. p  WANTED. Young woman, English, de  sires Housework. Good cook, city pre-  ferred.    P.O. box 489, Kelowna.    23p  SYNOPSIS   OF   OOAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining; rlgfets of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North weat  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of |1 an aci'e. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  a������-���.!(��� t or Sub-agent of the distriot In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Euch application must be accompanied by a fee of |E>, which will be refund*  ed If the rights applied for are not  nvallablo, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of live  cents per ton.  In -surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unaurveyed  territory tho tract applied for -shall be  staked out by the applioant himself.  The person operating; the mine shall  turnlBh the agent with sworn returns  accounting for t'.ic, full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rights, are not being; operated, suoh returns shall bo furnished at least onoe  a year.  The lease will Include the ooal mining rlghtB only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necosBary for the working* of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. GOBY.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for)  MlSCETXAN'KmTS  VACUUM  CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.        18tf  PARTNER WANTED in established butchering business.    Returned   man   preferred.    Apply P.O. Box 69, Kelowna.  21-3c  WANTED, good   Mare,  about 1,500 lbs.,  to work single.    Apply hJbrris, Ellison.  22tf  YOUR JOB will look for you if you are  I.CS. trained. Apply R. F. Haig, representative International Correspondence Schools, Kelowna. 22tf  MISSING from vacant lot next Keller  Block and probably taken in mistake  with other goods, combination Spring  Tooth and Straight Tooth Harrow, specially made for orchard cultivation. Please  return to J. C Richards, care of Stockwell's Ltd., Auctioneers. 23c  WANTED to rent at once, four or five  roomed fairly modern house, near the  lake preferred. References supplied.  Phone 4607. 23  The Corporation of   the City  of   Kelowna  LOTS FOR  SALE  The City having obtained certificates of  indefeasible Title to a number of parcels  of Tax Sale property now offers this property for sale. For further information  apply to any local Real Estate Agent or  the City Clerk.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., Citv Clerk.  April 20th, 1920. 23-4  HAULING   CONTRACTS  Sealed Tenders will be received by the  undersigned up to Saturday, April 24th,  for the hauling of Fruit loose and packed,  also Box Shook and other material to and  from our East Kelowna Packing House  and our Kelowna Warehouse.  Canadian  Freight  Association   weights  on packed fruit, C.P.R. billing weights on  shook to govern.  Kelowna Growers* Exchange, Phone 37  WANTED  Tenders (or excavating and  backfilling 6,800 lineal (eet  of trench, or approximately  1,600 cuSic yarda.  Apply to vV. R. Reed, R.R.  No. I, Vernon Road, phone  3404, or to Diatrict Engineer's  office, Kelowna,  Ths Street Cslled Strsiftht" iv Basil KinJ '  Sj, BrointM AlJllw.f IVpJuclion ��,.,*]( I��vU��/yb.  At the Empress, Friday and Saturday.  Notice is hereby given that the  Dominion Canners B.C.,  LIMITED  are open lo receive tenders (or the  Hauling and Disposing  of Refuse  from their two plants during the  coming season. Said tenders must  be in before Friday, the 30th April.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Neat door to Post Office  CORONATION AVENUE. 5-room Bun.  galow, lath and plastered. A snap, only  $1,000. half cash.  W�� have some desirable Trackage Lota  for sale.  CORONATION AVENUE 2-room houae  12x18.   $400 cash.  WOODLA WN. Cottage, 4 rooms, domes.  tic water, lot 50 x 122, woodshed 15 x  12.   tl .400 cash.  PATERSON AVENUE.    4-room House  and lot, electric light and water, lot 100  x   100.   11,200, half cash, balance to  arrange.  ST. PAUL STREET. Bungalow. 6 rooma.  fully modern, close in. $3,000, half cash  balance to arrange.  WOODLA WN. Two-storey frame house  6 rooms, large sleeping porch, stable, 4  stalls, chicken houae, implement shed,  $3,500, half cash, balance to arrange,  including 3 lots.   A snap.  WATER STREET. Bungalow, 5 rooms,  bathroom, fully modern, fireplace. in  living room. $2,400, half cash, balance  to arrange. .  We have some choice Lake Shore Property for sale situated at Okanagan  Mission.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdaya 9 to  10 p.m.  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acres in trees, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 years  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present used for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Clover dale  Ranch  Vernon Road       Phone 3206  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 3102  1 guarantee prompt service  and satisfaction  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, 6cc.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  Prime Baby Beef  '  Stall fed and of AI quality  Veal. Mutton and Pork  Some of the finest meat  to be had in the country  ia on view thia week.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Come and give ua a trial  Veteran Meat Market  Phone  163 Bernard Avenue  We deliver three times daily.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired or Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  For Flume Work  TAR   PITCH  ELAST1GUM  ln any size packages and barrels  Building Papers and Roofing  Any quantity.   See me before  purchasing,   K pricea appeal to  you at all I can do business.  With a Time-Saver  Electric Washer  you oan easily get all the washing done in your  own home. It saves three whole houra on wash  day and makes the day an easy one. Both washer  and wringer are driven by electric power and coat  but a triBe per  hour.    It  is  moderate in price.    It  Eaya back its cost in a year in the saving of laundry  ilia or washer women's wages. We have a machine in the atore for you, Let us demonstrate it in  your home.   Phone tfr call.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kalowna Sawmill Office  Phone 349  wmsmsc


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