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Array Mrtmm lie tori  VOL, XI.   NO. 20  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. APRI    3, 1919.���4 PAGES  11.50 Per Annum  JBospiial Planning  Big Drive for Funds  $5000 Sought to Pay Debt and  Purchase Equipment  At a recent meeting of the boaid  of directors pf the local hospital it  was decided, following the presentation of a report from a Jcommit-  tee appointed at a previous meeting, to hold a drive for funda for  the immediate needs of the institution and also to secure annual  pledges so that a strong maintenance fund may be established. It  is confidently expected that the  movement will meet with ready  and hearty co-operation from the  public 'and it is planned to carry  on a systematic canvass of the entire district served by the hospital.  The date of the campaign will be  early in May.  At one time the Kelowna Hospital and its needs occupied a  large place in the thoughts of the  community. It formed the chief  outlet for the generosity and philanthropic activities of both town  and country���jumble sales, dances,  teas, concerts, etc, all brought  dollars to the hospital exchequer,  lhe war changed all this, and it  became necessary to direct benevolence into other channels. The  hospital board very wisely made  no appeals during the war, but the  time has now come when, if the  hospital ia to continue to serve the  growing needs of the community  additional support must be given  to it.  The objective of the "drive" will  be $5,000. It is planned to. wipe  out (he present mortgage of $2000,  to do much-needed renovation, to  provide a fund towards a nurses'  home, and to secure necessary  equipment, including an oxygen  tank, a spika stand, a plaster table,  bed side tables, and an. X rav  machine. In addition it is hoped  that annual pledges in cash or kind  will be secured in sufficient number to greatly reduce the operating  expenses of the hospital. Messrs.  P. B. Willits and J. Ball and the  Rev. E. D Braden are the committee to handle the campaign.  Rutland News  tWram oer own aonsseusassatt.  Mr. S. T. Elliott and fat lily have  removed to Kelowna.  Mr. S, Gray returned Monday  from Halcyon hot springs.  The Girls' Enterprise Club will  meet at the home of Mrs. W. Gay  on Tuesday evening April Sth.  Mr.* and Mis. H. E. Leigh and  son returned home on Mondsy  from Vancouver.  Miss Lucy Craig and Mrs. Wig-  glasworth returned from a visit to  the coast. They were accompanied by their brother, Pte. Charles  Craig, who has just received his  discharge from the Forestrv Corps.  A meeting is to be held on Friday April 11 at 8 p.m. in the Rutland school, for the purpose of reorganizing the Young People's  Society. All the young people of  the district should endeavor to be  present, as some, vety important  questions are to be settled at thia  meeting, in addition to the election  of officers.  At the meeting of* the Women's  Institute, on Thursday afternoon,  April I Oth, an article entitled "Why.  not can more meet?" will be read  by Mrs. W. H. Stonehouse. There  will be a discussion on "What can  we do to help the rising-generation  to become good citizens."  The Rutland Local U.F.B.C. will  hold an important session Monday  night next in the schoolhouse when  Mr, J. W. Jones will give an j address on the question of the forming of a municipality at Rutland.  Another burning question to be  discussed will be that of daylight  saving.  Last week we sold 127 Thrift  Stamps and 8 War Saving Stamps.  Fourteen pupils took out cards for  the first time.  The School Board of Banff. Al  berta, presented every pupil in the  schools with one Thrift Stamp on  a card.  The Thrift Magazine has a few  suggestions for boys and girla:  "There are many ways of earning;  the following are only  suggestive  (I) Shovelling snow; (2) Mowing  lawns; (3) Selling papers; (4) Running errands ; (5) Acting as messengers at the wharf; (6) Working  in stores on Saturdays and after  school; (7) Delivering parcels or  circulars ; (8) Raising bulbs and  young tomato or csbbage plants ;  (9) Washing dishes ; (10) Raising  chickens, calves, sheep snd pigs ;  (II) Cutting wood; (12) Carrying  cosl or sshes; (13) Milking cows ;  (14) Plsnting, csring for and selling produce (rom a garden; (15)  Picking fruit; (16) Hoeing and  weeding, and picking up potatoes:  (17) Minding a baby; (18) Mending clothes or darning socks.  Quiet Wedding  Solemnized Saturday  On Saturday morning last the  wedding took place of Frank Price,  of Nanton, Alta., to Mias Frances  E. Duggan, daughter of the late  T. Duggan of Kelowna. The ceremony, which waa a quiet one and  attended onlv by the immediate  relatives of the bride, was perform-  by the Rev. E. D. Braden, at the  Duggan home on Bernard avenue,  .The bride, who was attired in navy  blue travelling dress, with hat to  match, waa attended as bridesmaid  bv here sister Miss Bessie Duggan.  Mr. J. Evans acted as best man.  The bride was the recipient of  numerous handsome presents from  relatives and friends. Following  the ceremony a wedding breakfast  was served, and after receiving the  congratulations of their many  friends, the happy couple left by  the morning's northbound boat on  their way to Edmonton, where the  honey moon will be spent. They  will reside at Nanton, Alta.  Attendance report:���  ���fjsjBBwaBWaaBBVaVXaxaaiBaxasWaVwsvsWS   Number  Division       Enrolmsnl       Percentage     Present  I. 29 79.62 13  II. 27 92.00 16  III. 36 89.66 18  IV. 37 92.34 24  V. 39 90.18 19  VI. 37 83.78 19  VII. 36 84.42 10  VIII. 36 88.16 16  IX. 40 91.12 19  X. 37 80.40 14  XI. 33 65.90 2  Total enrolment, 367.    Number  present every session, 170. Average percentage of attendance,  85.23. (This is the lowest percentage in four years.)  The Nelson Shield is awarded  tb Div. 4 (Miss Hunter's class).  Benvoulin Notes  v (From our own correspondent).  Mrs. Ruhmor and Miss Ruhmor  have moved into their home jap  the Vernon road.  Mr. and Mrs. DeMara entertained a few friends at cards last Wednesday evening.  We are very pleased to see our  friends who had the "Flu" are get  ting well and will soon be with us  again.  Mrs. A. Reid gave a young peo  pies party on Friday night, and  from all accounts everyone had  good time.  Mrs. Bedford and her grandson  Horace Scott from Winnipeg who  have been visiting Mr and Mrs W.  A. Scott, left on Monday morning's  bost.  ' The Benvoulin U.F.B.C. met at  the school house on April I st, sub-  under discussion being suggestions  re prizes for the Pall Fair.  Mr.. A. Reid and family have  moved to their home at South  Okenagan, having rented their farm  at Benvoulin to the Hughes Bros,  We are indeed sorry to see them  leave but hope to see them in  Benvoulin quite often.  The Benvoulin United Farmer  Women met at the Manse last  Thuraday and had a very interesting meeting. An invitstion wss  extended to the United Farmera of  Benvoulin to attend their next  meeting on Thursdsy evening April 10th at 8 o'clock.  The Benvoulin U.F.W.B.C. will  hold a ssle of home cooking on  Saturday April 12th. A specialty  will be made of lemon pies, light  cakes, cookies, home made bread,  and buns. Tha place of sale will  be announced later.  ��� -���  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  (From our own ixwrsaDooosat,;  Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Chaplin and  Harry were visitors at Cotvale on  Sunday last.  Mr, and Mrs. A. Raymer have  moved on to the McLaughlin place,  having recently purchased the  origins) half section.  Pioneer Arthur Johnson is in  Vancouver obtaining his discharge,  Mrs. Johnson who accompanied  him on his return, is visiting Mn.  Fred Chaplin at Okanagan Mission,  Buttercups on ths hills and snow  More Overseas Boys  Arrive This Week  A number of Kelowna men have  returned during the past week. J.  Hereron, of the Forestry Corps,  came in Friday. On Saturday, Geo.  Royle who, though he actually enlisted from the coast, may be classed ss a Kelowna man, arrived on  a vitit to his brother. Alf. Bouvette  was also an arrival i n the same  day on a visit to his parents, he  having been discharged on the  prairie where he enlisted.  On Monday J. Brent, R. Booth  and Moore were welcomed. Thi  former two were 172nd men but  drafted overseas into the Canadian  Railway Troopa. They were discharged at Revelstoke as they passed through in accordance with the  new arrangement which avoids the  b ip to the cosst.  Lieut. C. C. Allen, who left Kelowna in charge of the 172nd from  here is expected shortly, having  landed in Canada.  Mr. and Mrs. Drysdale returned  Friday from Rochester.  Indian agent F. R. Brown ol  Summerland was in town Saturday,  Capt. Bailee came down from  Vernon yesterday. He is leaving  shortly for England, having been  called up for overseas service.  The Baptist Sunday-school will  meet at 2.30 as usual next Sunday,  It was closed last week by order  of the medical health officer.  G. Howe, a former Kelowna re,  sident and business' man who left  here some ten or twelve years ago,  is on a visit from the prairie with  his wife renewing old acquaintances.  Word haa been received by Mr.  L. E. Taylor, of the marriage, on  March 6th, at Chittagong, India, of  his brother, Capt. Claude H. Taylor, 2nd Dorset Regt, to Miss  Madge Simpkina.  D. Priestley hss just received a  cablegram announcing the death  of his father, J. vV. Priestley, of  Bradford, England, Deceased, who  had reached the age of 73 years,  was head of the great cloth manufacturing firm of  Prieatley'a Ltd.,  whose dress goods are known  over the world.  Expect Railroad Built  Within Twelve Months  Aa will be noticed from an. advertisement appearing in this issue,  the long and patient waiting of the  people of this district for direct  railroad communication is st Isat to  be rewarded by the immediate  building of the C. N. R. branch to  Kelowna, the initials, it should be  noted, standing no longer for Canadian Northern but for Canadian  National Railway.  Tenders ars called for 145 miles  of grading from Kamloops to Kelowna, Vernon to Lumby, nnd from  Vernon to the head of Okanagan  Lake. The total cost will be about  five million dollars. It is not yet  decided whether the laying of steel  will be done bv contract or by the  government railway's own men. It  is announced that the work is to  pushed forward in order lhat grading and steel may be completed  within a year.   -  Daylight Saving in B.C.  The controversy respecting daylight saving was settled in a rather  unexpected manner by an announcement from Victoria that the  government had adopted a meas-  placing it in operation throughout  the province, and that cloeks were  to be advanced Sunday morning.  The sudden announcement took  Kelowna a little by surprise, and  there was some confusion Monday  until the arrangement became  generally known and adopted.  Soldiers' Memorial  Some controversy srems likely  to arise regarding the soldiers'  Memorial, and the public meeting  to be held next Wednesday evening in the Methodist Church pro  mines to be an interesting one.  While some are in favor of an  erection of a purely monumental  character, others are just as strong  for a building which can be put to  use as a public hall.  The G.W.V.A. have, (or instance, given  $50 end a promise of $50 per month for  six months if a public memorial hall ia  decided upon. Mr. S. T. Elliott haa promised to increaae hia subscription of $15  by a further $150 on the aame conditions,  and an unknown writer haa promised the  treasurer $200 towarda a substantial public hall. .The following subscriptions are  acknowledged to date:  Previously acknowled.." $983.00  Browne, f. W. B      10.00  Dalgleish, R. L    10.00  Dunn,G.H    10.00  Elliott, S.T.     15 00  Great War Veterans'Assoc  ...    50.00  Haug,W.      25.00  Hayee,L          50.00  Lewie, P. A      5.00  Mathison, Dr. R     10.00  Reekie, Mrs. M. 1      5.00  Renfrew, W. C    25.00  Ruffell, T. S      5.00  Seon, Dr. C. E    10.00  Thomas, R W.    10.00  Correspondence  Readers srs reminded that opinions expressed  in letters inserted under this headiaa are aot aa*  r esssrilr endorsed by us. Later s should be as brief  ae possible sad to the point.  THE   WAR MEMORIAL  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Sir,���In regard to the proposed  Memorial and the idea of combining it with the needs of returned  soldiers and the welfare of the district, anyone who is scquainted  with the basket-ball practices carried on through the winter, several  nights a week, for young people  of both sexes, is aware that Scoutmaster Weddell struck a keynote  when he secured the consent of  the A. &. T. directors to the use of  that building and instituted these  attractive exercises for the dull  winter months. The building is far  away; there is no heat; iu bad  weather onlv the most ardent and  vigorous can get there and play���  but they did.  If a Memorial Building was erected, could we not develop along  these lines on the arena floor, some  afternoons and evenings, and give  all the young yeople a chance?  There is little to interest them now.  "Train up a child and away he  goes 1" What will bring him back ?  Must he not leave with happy  memories and a sense that an ideal  of some sort is being pursued  right here ?  It is said we are only a collection of individuals with the community spirit, yet undevelrpnH  like a keg of nails. This is a liuci,  for we have built a free horse  trough I Now is the time to expand this method before our youth  depart to roam out���perhaps settle  comfortably in Penobscot, N.J.. for  life. We cannot afford to have  them leave the province.  Thanking you for this generous  space,  W. J. MANTLE.  DAYLIGHT SAVING  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Sir,���Not knowing yet what steps  Kelowna is taking re Daylight Saving, may I urge that the achool  trustees use their utmost endeavors  to run schools on the right time ?  Daylight saving time means an absolutely unavoidable loss of an  hour's sleep every night in the hot  weather to every school child up  to twelve yeara old, and it ia most  vitally important now, with the  "flu" and many other diseases  around, that each child should  have every oui.ee of vitality avail  able to ward off disease.  Thanking vou, air, I am, yours,  STANLEY M. GORE.  $1,223.00  Ellison Old-timer Dead  in the hollows is typical of what  our weather has been this winter.  In some locations pussy-willows  have been with us the season  through,  Messrs,' Childers, Verity and  Featherstonehaugh, with their families are moving to the ranch at  Bear Creek, where they will utilize  its' well-watered flat for pursuits  agricultural.  We are glad to hear that Mr. J.  H. Kitson is recovering from his  recent illness. Accompanied by  Mrs. Kitson he has been staying in  Kelowna for medical attention, but  will shortly return to the ranch.  Mr. G. M. Reid is recovering  from his serious attack of illness of  some weeks ago. We hope to see  him much stronger as the spring  advances.  The Ellison district lost one of  its old-time residents Saturday in  the' death of Thomas Orchsrd. Deceased had been a farmer in the  neighborhood for thirty-five years,  being one of the earliest settlers.  He came to this country from Ontario, where he was born sixty-six  yeara ago. He waa unmarried, he  and hia sister, who survives him,  having kept house together. The  funeral took place Monday at the  Kelowna cemetery, service at the  house being sttended by many of  the old timera and frienda of the  neighborhood.  An order has been granted permitting the Central Okanagan Land  Co., Ltd., to spend $17,000 on its  irrigation system this season.  A novelty in the way of entertainment waa given Monday evening in the variety concert under  the auspices of the Eaat Kelowna  Red X. Songs were given by Mesdames Soames and P. C. Anderson  Messrs. Atkinson and J. C. Anderson, duet by Mr. and Mrs. Somes,  recitation by Mr. Eric Dart, and a  sketch by Misses Maitland and E,  Anderson. Children's dances arranged bv Mi's. P. C. Anderson  were a pretty feature and well  executed. A number of clever  tableaux were presented, picturing  the work of well-known artists.  '    THS  WAR MEMORIAL  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���A public meeting is  shortly to be held for the purpose  ot deciding the nature of the proposed memorial to our Fallen in  this war, and the subscriptions  already in have ensured the pos-  sibilily of our erecting such s  memorisl. At the same time I am  quite sure lhat many subscriptions  are being with-held pending some  definite decision as to the nature of  our memorial, and also that if the  final decision, when made, is satisfactory, many subscriptions already  given will be increaaed. I believe  that many would lik* to see the  idea ot a memorial carried further  and represent in aome degree, too,  our appreciation to those who went  and faced the foe with al! the at'  tendant hardship and risk of life  and limb, and were spared to return to us. Surely we can combine, aome scheme with the Memorial to the Fallen that will meet  this purpose.  A building of which lhe memorial, either by way of granite tablets  a clock-tower, or both, would be a  part, at onCe suggests itself. Then  comes the question what sort of a  building and for what purpose is it  to be used ?  Could it not be a building with a  big assembly hall, which could also  be fitted and used as a gymnasium,  a building with aeparate quartera  for the returned soldiers, a smoking-  room, a reading-room, a billiard  and pool room, boy's quarters,  shower baths and a swimming tank,  &c? Returned aoldiera to be life  members and all others to pay an  annual member-ship fee, which  would go towarda paying strained  man to be kept in charge. The  hall could be used aa a convention  and banquet hall, when required,  and during the winter regular gymnasium classes could be held for  old and young. "Young men will  go out at nights, they will congregate together and they will play  pool," as a recent lecturer here  said, aad therefore it is up to ua to  see that the proper and a healthy  environmdnt is provided tor theae  purposes. The crying need of  such a place in Kelowna is too  self-evident to need enlarging  upon.  Some might aay that many returned aoldiera would never use such a  place &c, and therefore how would  it benefit them ? It is true that it  might not benefit some 'directly,  but it, at least, would be giving a  little practical demonstration of  our good faith at home in backing  up the same principle for which  our men fought, namely to make  the world a better and a possible  place in which to live. Any plan  which helps to raise the standard  of our citizenship now and for the  future helps along this great principle, and if the world is not now  going to be a better world then it  is certainly true that the terrible  sacrifices of the last few years have  been made in vain, that is for those  left behind and to come.  Yours trulv,  E. C. WEDDELL.  GIRLS   AND A   GYMNASIUM  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���Will you allow me a  small space in your'valued paper  to express an opinion in regard to  the soldiers' memorial which is to  be erected in Kelowna? I have been  hoping each week since the invitation waa giver, for the free and full  expression of views through the  columns of your paper, that many  would offer suggestions, but perhaps, as the time of the public  meeting draws nearer, some interest may be awakened.  In my opinion a Memorial Hall  containing'a gymnasium and other  suitable rooms for the use and  comfort of the returned men would  more fittingly commemorate lhe  lives of those who will not return  than a statue, tower or fountain,  however handaome or prominent  it may appear, because we would  be in a position to make or mould  men to take the placea of those  lost to ua. We know that the government . insisted upon the best  specimens of manhood physically  when recruiting, and 1 wonder if  there is any belter way to develop  one physically than gymnastics.  I think all parents will agree that  if you would keep the growing  boy (or girl) out of mischief, keep  him or her, as the case may be,  busy. This doea not necessarily  mean that they must be kept at  work, but that they be provided  with some mesns to work off superfluous energy. A gymnasium,  centrally located, where basketball  or other indoor games or drills  Could be indulged in would be the  finest thing possible for the girls  and boys, young women and young  men of our town and surrounding  districts, more particularly aa we  in this valley are cut off from so  msny attractiona which may be enjoyed in towna situated on the  main lines of railroads or at the  coast. And just here I think I am  safe in saying that the returned  men themselves find the town dull  and crave aome activity, for though  we have boating, aquatic and other  aporta in summer, we have nothing  in the fall and winter but dances,  which are usually prolonged ao  that the young man who haa to be  at work the following morning, is  not fit physically to serve his employer. Then, also, msny men do  not dance.  With a gym. in full awing, young  men and women could indulge  their love of companionship and a  good time without losing their  night's rest. To my mind auch a  "Memorial Hall" would be a living  monument, not a atone cold dead  one.  If I do not trespass on your val-  (Cootlnosd oa ran J.)  ������       ' a) I  Mr. Gus Hansen, formerly of.  Kelowna and now residing at  Peachland, waa a visitor in town  last week-end with his wife, with  whom he returned from England  a couple of weeka ago. Gua. left  for overseas two years ago and  surprised his many friends by returning quietly���with his bride. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday. April 3,19  SYNOPSIS  OF   COAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal minint; rights uf the Dominion  iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province et British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2.G0O acres will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the appllcunt in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |5, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of th* mine at the rate of five  cents par ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  he described by sections or legal subdivisions of sections, and lu unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked  out by the  applicant  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  *. year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, hut the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever avail-  xble surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  i\t the  rate of $10 an  acre.  For full Information application  should be made to thc Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  Wi W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tlie Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  Uils advertisement will not be paid for).  The " Club "  Barber Shop  R. H. Burns, Prop.  Have Just added the services  of a first-class assistant, and  can gioe you heller attention  than. eoer.  Our Motto���  " CLEANLINESS,  CIVILITY,  SERVICE"  i.1. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOIA/NA.  Bees For Sale  Pure   Italians of  Dr.  C C Miller's  strain, in ten-frame   standard Lang-  atroth Hives.  Guaranteed free from disease.  $15   for  colony, f. o. b. Kelowna.  d. e. Mcdonald  Rutland. B.C.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J.ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Published ��wy Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  ���K)HN LEATHLEY  Editor nnd Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATK8  months.  United  fl.fiO   psr   rear;   71a..   ili  Staton 10 eonu eukJitlaMi.  Subscriber! at ihe retrnUr r��*# oao bav*  extra Daptn tnallod io frisnda ai a dUtaac*  it HALF RATE.  I.e.. 78  MBii mr rear.  Thin   ���Dsrlal   lu-iyiles*    ts   franlad   tor    tha  outdom ot advcrtialosT (ha irliv noil dUtrtet.  AH ���obserlptloiu oavabla la advaaoa  ADVERTISING RATES  MIDGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC..  '..F> centa mi  .-olumi. inch mr weah.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTlCES-80 -lavs. Sit-  in i  dava S7.  WATER NOTICES-SB for (iv.  Imartloua.  LUQAl. ADVERTIHINQ-Fim inatrtlob. 13  centa par lino: each inbsMouent InMftlon. 1  cents  mr  Una.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-Two InohM  and under, 50 osnts mr Inch liral iaaartlou  nv.tr two inohea 40 centa per inoh firnt In'  iertion: 20 oenta mr Inch each aubeeanent  Insertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -t epnti  mr  word    Drat  Insertion.   1   aent ner  word  each BTibaetmont Inaertion.  Al) chantrea in contract advertlaeneatn must  in, in the^hnnda of tha printer bv T'leadar  evening to tninire publication ia tha nail  tune.  CORRESPONDENCE  (Continued (rom Paea 1.1  ued space 1 might proceed and  urge that should such a building  as1 have suggested be erected, lhe  gitb both of the town and country  districts be allowed the use ol the  gym. say, one afternoon or evening  each week. Now, I hope no one  will accuse me of putting in one  word for the soldiers and other  boys, and two for the girls. Such  was not my intention, but l have  warmed to my subject and I think  our girls are deserving of such consideration. The town girls are  criticized for walking lhe streets,  bul, honestly, is there much else  for them to do ? School lessons,  music practice and other little  ���luties may take a good part of  their time, but if we want healthy,  happy women, girls must not be  kept indoors all the tinne. After  school there is not time for a climb  nn the mountain, so its just a walk  down town before the evening  meal, in itself quite an innocent  p.-istime, but with a gymnasium  centrally located the walk would  more often lead to it, if available,  than to the wharf, and I think that  the majority will agree with mc  that the influence would be for the  better. The girls from the surrounding districts would enjoy the games  and gymnastics quite as fully, and  by mingling in this way a closer  friendship must result.  Then, if some good sensible woman who is not too old in spirit to  play, one who loves girls and understands their problems and aspirations and can get their view  point; in other words, one who is  a good sport, will give a little of  her time and become the leader of  the Girl Guides in Kelowna, it will  be a long step in the right direction of helping our girls to become  fine women. We all know what  the Boy Scout movement has done  and is doing for boys- the world  over, and the Girl Guides movement aims to cover the same  ground with girls. Given the Girl  Guides, the Boy Scouts and a gymnasium, Kelowna's future men and  women will be citizens to be proud  of. Thanking you, I remain,  Very sincerelv,  S. M. CALDER.  AFTER SICKNESS  THEY GAVE  HER VINOL  And   She  Soon  Got   Back  Her Strength  New Castle, Ind.���"The measles  left me run down, no appetite, could  not rest at night, and I took a severe  cold which settled on my lungs, so I  was unable to keep about my housework. My doctor advised me to take  Vinol, and six bottles restored my  health so I do all my housework, including washing. Vinol is the best  medicine I ever used."���Alice Record,  437 So. nth St., New Castle, Ind.  We guarantee this wonderful cod  liver and iron tonic, Vinol, {or all  weak, run-down, nervous conditions.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.      Kelowna  lea-drinking community looking on  the whole, less healthy than a cider,  wine or beer-drinking one. Candy,  also, while useful in strict moderation, when indulged in intemperate-  ly iB most unwholesome, being lhe  cause of r-iany a pasty complexion  and lost appetite. Yet surely it  would he too arbitrary to prohibit  the use of tea, candy, and many  other indulgences that will doubtless suggest themselves to the minds  of your readers, and thereby to deprive those who have the sense to  use them in moderation of legitimate pleasure and benefit.  Granted the effects of alcoholic  excess are worse than those of  some other forms of intemperance,  and that the young person, or older  person, of unformed character and  weak will-power must be protected  against himself, that is provided for  in the temperance legislature proposed by the Moderation League,  and endorsed by the signatures of  one thousand Kelowna voters-  many mothers among these.  One more point: if 1 am not being too wordy, the W.C.T.U., it  their name is not mis-leading,  should support temperance mea.  sures, or call themselves the W.C.-  P.U. Prohibilion is not temperance.  Thanking you for the use of your  valuable paper,  PHYLLIS H. M. GORE.  THE   WAR  MEMORIAL  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���1 have read with interest the letters in the press of the  past few weeks regarding the Wat  Memorial for the Kelowna district.  Aside from suggestions as to the  specific form which the memorial  should take the question seems to  be, shall we erect something which  is utilitarian or something which is  purely commemorative.  Probably two of the moat important lessons of the war are that race  hatred and class distinctions inevitably lead to inteinational strife, and  also that by united effort it ia possible to overcome seemingly insuperable obstacles. This should  suggest that future progress is dependent upon the development of  a strong community spirit which is  LIQUOR AND MODERATIONISTS  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Sir,���I notice that one of your  correspondents of last week de-"  plores the fact that some mothers  are in favor of the temperance  legislation proposed by the Moderation League, and goes on to ask  whether these mothers would like  to see their boys grow up  drunkards.  That they are supporting temp-  eiance legislation should be a  sufficient answer to his question,  lt is surely better to educate our  boys and girls to ' understand lhe  nature of the temptations to wliich  they may be exposed, and to endeavor to strengthen their characters that they may have the will and  the power to resist temptation, than  to attempt to remove from their  reach all or any of the manv things  in this world, which, good and useful in themselves, become a source  of evil when misused  "Be .temperate in all things" is a  precept that might, with profit, be  observed in other directions besides  the use of alcoholic beverages.  For instance, while good in itself,  tea, as uaed three or four times  daily in this country, is responsible  for many cases of "nerves" and  dyspepsia, thus seriously interfering  with the peace of the home,   A  the only true basis of a virile  citizenship. .  Our aim in erecting a War Memorial is to express the gratitude of  the present generation to those who  have served and sacrificed in the  recent international crisis and to  remind succeeding generations that  good citizenship demands the willingness and readiness to serve in  the common cause.  With this in view it would seem  that the proper form of memorial  would be a structure which would  enter into the daily life of each  and every citizen of the whole Kelowna district; a something which  would enter into the work and  play of the whole community. What  district, more than our own, needs  something of the kind? Where have  we any suitable place that either  young or old or both can meet for  business or pleasure ? Where is our  public library ) public rest-room?  convention hall, with committee  rooms ? permanent Veterans' headquarters ? meeting place for various  agricultural and otber associations ?  court house? Where may the young  people of town aid district meet  for wholesome and instructive exercise and entertainment ? We  must have a gymnasium in the immediate future.  All the-above and more could be  provided in a large building, constructed of permanent materials, a  people's Forum, towards the erection of which everyone has contributed and in the maintenance .of  which everyone will share through  the various activities centered in  this building.  1 am writing this letter, of my  own accord, on behalf of the Kelowna Amateur Athletic Club to  suggest the need that this club in  particular has for a building in  which to carry on. At our meetings we have discussed the advisability of launching a $10,000 campaign lo erect our own building.  We are only waiting to co-operate  with the whole district in providing  a community building which will  commemorate past sacrifices and  stand os a beacon to future service.  lYours,  LESLIE V. ROGERS,  President K.A.A.C.  THE   WAR MEMORIAL   '  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���We live in a utilitarian  age and probably most of us will  agree with "Veteran" in his letter  of March 20th, when he says "Why  not put the clock tower on top of  School of  Needlecraft  Opening in Keller Block  Classes commencing April lit  For fuller information apply  Mrs.   Francis  E. Small  Phone 259  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mrs. Windsor's residence, Hsrvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  C. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR Is BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build -  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Csn. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Surveyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA, B. C  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sicltnew, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,  Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured *  Bicycle Repairs  Also repairs to Baby Carriages,  Gramaphonet,  and    Electrical  Appliances of all kinds.  Wc have a Very Complete Equipment  for general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  for Brass, Aluminum, Cast iron  and Steel. Save broken castings  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  Assnt for "Msssey'1 Bicycles  Abboll Street, corner of  Park Ave.  Phone 347  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the lime to hsve  your Furniture overhauled,  re.covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Coiey Corners  Made and Upholstered  AH Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kalowna furniture Co.  Residence corner of Pendozi & Lake Ave.  a memorial hall which will be of  use to this* and succeeding generations (ar many purposes."  The absence of a public hall  owned by the people has left Kel-  ov.na in the class of a village. We  liRve got accustomed to this slate  f affairs; but it it rather a jar when  visitors ask for our convention hall,  to own that we havn't had enough  community spirit to erect one. Several of our country districts are  better placed than we in Kelowna,  as they are able to use their large  schools for community meetings.  Speaking from the farming point  of view, I should immensely like  that the war memorial should take  the form of a laige hall that could  at times be used for farmers' meetings and conventions, which would  probably be much better attended  if a proper building were available.  I know that there afe many other  sections of the community who  have more need of a public hall,  as they would use it more than the  busy farmer, but the busy farmer of  British Columbia ia getting all the  time more united and he ia going  to find quite a lot of use for that  hall by the time that it is erected,  which I hope will be before  winter.  Yours faithfully,  R. L. DALGL  THE   WAR MEMORIAL  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Sir,���We desire to accept  kind invitation to use your colt  to express the views of the CW  in regard to the proposed r  orial.  At a full meeting held last ��  dav the Veterana were unanin  ly in favor of the folio  proposal: A'public hall eui  for conventions, dances, com  lectures, political meetings,  nasium���in fact, an open flooi  the aecond storey, club rooms  the use of the various pat  organisations; and above, a  faced clock, visible to all the  roads.  We think auch a building w  meet the many and varied n  of the whole community.  Thanking you for the use of  columns,     on     behalf    of  G.W.V.A., youra very truly,  T. M. ANDERSON, Sec-T  (Owing to the large number of lettara received we hive been compelled to leave tome J  over until next week.-Ed.)  Moderation  League  ^ Information and pamphlets  on the aims and objects of the Moderation  League can be obtained (rom the secretary,  Mr. Ellis Murdoch, or any member of the  Committee, who will be glad to see all  those wishing to join the League.' The  Committee is composed of the following:  E. M. CARRUTHERS      J. F. BURNE  R. B. KERR .  Mrs. GORE  Mrs. VERITY  St. G. P, BALDWIN  D. R. BUTT  E. DART  JAS. INGLIS  R. F. MORRISON  W. A. PITCAIRN  E. MURDOCH. Sec.  fl The  Petition can' be signed at the following places:  Office of Hewetson ot Mantle, Ltd.  Messrs. Casorso Bros.' Store,  Messrs. Stirling or. PitcairW Town Office,  Mr. D. R. Butt's Store.  CREAM PRICES  from Jan. 1st, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. Butter fat  No. 2 - 58c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  TIRE SERVICE  VULCANIZING  Casings Tubes        Rubbers        Hot Water Bottles    '  Tubes done while you wait  GASOLINE  Lubricating Oils  Coal Oil  The OIL SHOP  Proprietor  J. W. B. BROWNE  iSSS0*    DAY *nd NIGHT    ^."fflT  Lawrence SERVICE Night  67  CHEVROLET  SHOWROOMS  CARS  TRUCKS  Accessories for All Cars  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  We specialize on Service' ffM  Thursday. April 3,1919  KBLOWNA  RECORD  PAGE TJTREB  Exceptional Values in New  Undermuslins  SUCH a large variety  of Underwear is  now on display.  The values are very attractive and the assortments more interesting  than has been shown  previously. Nightgowns  of Muslin and Nainsook,  Petticoats, Drawers, Envelope Combinations  and Corset Covers, all  moderately priced.  Ribbed Cotton and Lisle  Underwear  Attention is now directed to Knitted Underwear for the  warmer weather. We have excellent values in Peerless  and Oxford Knit brands that are  made in Vests, Drawers and combinations.  Make selection from the large assortment while the showing is at its best.  Hot Bed Covering  Excellent value is here in unbleached  Cotton, for Hot Bed Covering. Five  pieces now in stock.  A^^k<ji^ &��z*i*U:  I) PHONE   361  KELOWNA  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday���A Goldwin picture���"Money Mad." Mae Marsh is  a girl who lives and loves in a house of lies.  Tuesday���"His Own People," starring Harry Morey and Gladys  Leslie. An Irish play in which an Irish smile brings a man  back to "his own people."  Thursday���"Cupid's Round-up." They didn't want to marrj  but they did.  Evening, 7.30 ft 9.  Matinte Saturday at 3 p.m.  We Urge You to Buy  Campbell quality of Tomato Plants  Not because we grow them, that is only a  bread and butter argument, but because  they are better producers of profit than  Other brands  '* i  P. E. CAMPBELL  -   Plantsman  P.O. Box 538, Greenhouse & Frames Harvey Avenue East  THE NEW  CHEVROLET  "A wonderful car."   That is what evervone says who  has seen the new F.B. "BABY GRAND CHEVROLET" just received.  Wonderful LOW Price $1670  F.o.b. Kelowns  Wonderful Power Wonderful Appearance  And just as wonderful as The Baby Grand Touring is  the CHEVROLET TON TRUCK, also just arrived.  Very  strong  and   heavily  built  and  very  powerful.  Price $1695  F.o.b. Kalowna  See them at my showroom at "The Oil Shop," Pendozi St.  M. A. ALSGARD  AGENT  KELOWNA  '10WN AND COUNTRY NOTES  D. Leckie left Tuesday on a visit  to the coast,  Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, of Vernon,  were visitors in town last Thursday.  Mr. T. S. Cornell left Tuesday  for Vancouver where he will stay  for a few weeks.  Mra. G. A. Melville and little son  left yesterday on a visit to the  coast.  Mr. and Mra. J. W. McKay and  family moved up to Okanagan  Centre yesterday.  Mrs. Frank Bouvette left yesterday on a visit to Bowden, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barrat returned Friday laat after a few months  stay in California.  Mr. E. Davis chief engineer under  the Water Rights Branch, is in  town this week.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barker of  Vernon are visiting in town for a  couple of weeks.  The "committee of enquiry and  research" of the Federal Soldiers'  Settlement Board has signified its  intention to visit Kelowna in the  course of a couple of weeks. The  purpose of the visit is. to enquire  into the suitability of any landa  which may be available in the district for soldier settlement.  Mr. and Mrs. John Silver and  family left Monday morning for  their former home at Danville, Que.  For the past few years Mr. Silver  has been managing a farm in Glenmore for a syndicate of ov/ners  residing in the eaat. He still retained posession of his farm back  home, and now desires to put in  some time on it again.'  The death took place at Victoria  cm the 18th of last month of Mrs,  Middleton, wife of Jas. H. Middle-  ton, and sister-in-law of Mrs. Geo,  Patterson. The cause of death was  complications following an attack  of influenza*. Mr. and Mrs. Middle-  ton were well-known residents of  Kelowna up to six vears ago, resid-  on Ellis street next the Baptist  church. There are many friends  in the district who will sympathize  with the bereaved husband, who is  left with the care of a family of six  your.g children.  You hear someone aay: "My  glasses are good enough." Good  enough was all right once upon a  time, but today we want the best  there is. If glasses can be pro  cured that will give you better and  more comfortable vision than your  old ones, we believe you want  them. It is for this reason that we  recommend Toric, Kryptok, and  Punctal lenses. They cost more,  but they are worth more. Old  things are passing away. Old  styles of glasses are passing away,  and it shall ever be my ambition  to give the people of Kelowna the  newest and best there is in optics.  [Knowles* weekly talk on the eyes and  their care]  "The Saturday Evening Post" for  ess than five cents a copy, $2.50 a  year; "The Country Gentleman"  for less than four cents a copy,  $1.75 a year; including postage.  A. R. Dorais, authorized agent, 632  Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C.  The very Latest Ideas in  Spring Millinery  are on display at the store of  Miss C. R.  Arbuthnot  next door to the Creamery,  Water Street North  The latest Paris and New York  styles are hare, and customers will  be given every attention.  W. T. Ashbridge came in .last  Friday from Toronto for hii usual  annual visit to Kelowna.  Mr. C. Dart, brother of Mr. Eric  Dart, with bis wife was a visitor in  town for a few daya last week.  Contributions to the Canadian  Patriotic Fund, exclusive of arrears,  ceased on April I st. Disbursements  from the fund, however, will continue from the balance in hand and  the arrears yet to be paid in. lt ia  understood that the government  will vote money to be distributed  through the present channels,  ahould the balance becoms exhausted.  The sale ia announced this week  of the beautiful lake shore property of T. Thompson at Okanagan  Mission. Mr. Edward H. M. Wil-  lan ia the purchaser, the price named being $12,000. Mr. Milan ia  the owner of a large atock ranch in  Chilcoten country, and haa just returned with his wife from a visit to  the old country. He intends to  make his residence here, and the  place he has purchased is beautifully situated for that purpose. It  comprises about fourteen acrea of  land on the lakesnore, with a fine  house commanding a splendid view  of the lake, with wharf and boat-  house. Mr. Thompson, the former  owner, is at present in the old  country. The sale was made  through Mr. D. H. Rattenbury.  give a  ANNOUNCEMENTS  1 he Kelowna Women's Institute  will meet Saturday at 3 p.m. in the  Domestic  Science Kitchen  when  Miss   A.   Macfarlane  will  demonstration.  There will be a special meeting  of the G.W.V.A. at the rooms on  Saturday the 5th inst. at 8 p.m. All  members are asked to make  special effort to be present.  The East Kelowna Red Cross  purpose holding a spring sale in  Kelowna on Saturday, April 26,  The regular monthly meeting of  thel.O.D.E. will be held at the  home of Mra. D. D. Campbell on  Monday, April 7th, at 3 p.m  Remember the Athletic Club  dance which is to be held Easter  Monday.  The postponed social of ihi  Ladies; Aid of the United Church  is to be held Monday evening next  in Wesley Hall.  In the absence of the Rev. W. A  Bennett, due to sickness, Mr. H. D.  Riggs, B.A., will conduct service in  the Baptist church Sunday, In the  morning his aubject will be " The  Power of God," and at the evening  aervice he will speak on "God'i  Way of Peace. Anthem : " The  Radiant Morn ;" quartette: "Son of  My Soul." Mr. Riggs is signed up  overseas Y.M.C.A. work and may  be leaving in the near future.  J. A. PIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate* Furnished for all classes  of work  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164:Residence91  P.O. Box 22  If you HAVE to pay $7.50  for $5 Shoes  YOU  ARE  Bolsh  evize  d!  DONT BE BOLSHEVIZED  I am this week selling Solid Leather WORK  BOOTS for $5.50 which you can NOT buy  anywhere else for less than $7.50. See window  CHARLIE DARK  Common-tenM Slioeman  vaewxw^^  Farm Implements  PLANET JUNIOR SEEDERS- CLL TWA TORS  Wagons. One and Two Horse  Democrats: One and Two Horse  Buggies: Open and with Top  Spring Tooth Harrows       Lever Harrows  - Diamond Harrows        Disc Harrows, 8, 10, 12-plate  We have these goods in atock and can make delivery at any time  We are still selling DeLAVAL  SEPARATORS  W.R, GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street  AGENTS  Phone 150  ���UfflffiaraB-fiO'ntt^^  Just Arrived���a carload of  'Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Can be obtained at the RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  In 10c and 15c sealed packets or in bulk  Also Vegetable and Flower Plants in all Varieties  at reasonable prices  PALMER  &  ROGERSON  Phone I  Box 117  GOOD FARMING  Tha aort that builds up a prod ictive homestead and puts money  in tha bank for you, cannot be done with poor implements.  They watte time jutt when it it needed moat.  Implements and Wagons  We have just received the famous COCKSHUTT lmplerr rsnts  and ADAMS Wagons.   None better made.  See them at oners.  Sulky Plows, Gang Plows and Walking Plows,  Cultivators, Spring Tooth Harrows, Drag Har-  rows, Disc Harrows,   Mowers,   Binders,   fitc.  All these gooda will be on display at Johnson's Livery Barn.  S. T. ELLIOTT  Phone 3108  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery   ;  Auto Truckt  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Premises on Lawrence Ao.  Woodcraft  Manufacturing Co. n*  267  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Gooda of all kinds  bought or .old on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises. v vr.fi FODB  KELOWNA   RECORD  IIIIIIMIIMIUIHI Illllllll U(U  Thursday, April 3,1919    {  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE Jl*  Take notice that Edward A. Barn eby,  whose address ia Okanagan Mission, B.C.,  will apply for a licence to take and use  one cubit foot of water per second out of  Sawmill Creek, which flows in a northerly  direction and drains into Okanagan Lake,  about 200 yarda north of the north-west  corner of Sec. 25, Tp. 28. The water is to  be diverted from the stream at the same  point as Licence No. 101, and will be used  for Irrigation purposes upon the land described as N.W. quarter, Sec. 19. Tp. 29.  This notice was posted on the ground on  the 19th day of March, 1919. A copy of this  notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will be  filed in th-s office of the Writer Recorder  at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the appli  cation may be filed with the aaid Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Vic-  oria, B. C, within thirty daya after the  firat appearance of thia notice in a local  newapaper. The date of the firat publication of thia notice ia March 20th. 1919.  EDWARD A. BARNEBY,  18-22 Applicant.  Boy Scout Column  Duties; Orderly Patrol for week. Owls;  next for duty. Beavers.  Parades : The combined Troop will parade at the Clubroom on Wednesday the  9th inst., at 7.15 p.m. A rehearsal for the  songs, signalling, and physical training will  be held at this parade. There will probably be some further rehearaala for different items of the concert of which special  notice will be given.  On Saturday of thia week all Tenderfoot* who wish to pais their aecond class  test of laying and lighting a fire in the  open, using not more than two matches,  and cooking a quarter pound of meat and  two potatoes, using the regulation billy,  will meet at the Clubroom at 2 o'clock.  They will bring sufficient grub for theii  ���upper, and a hike will be taken some  distance off. This parade will be in uni  flint., and those attending will bring an  extm sweater or coat, as the return will  probably be made after  sundown.  Teats passed during this were : Carpenter, by George Mantle, before Mr. Mitchell,  manual training instructor, aud the second  claas test of a mile at Scout a pace, by  Scouts Dore, H. Mantle, Cooper, Palmer,  Morden. Wilson, McCarthy, and Ball.  Canadian   National  Railways.  Western Lines  PACIFIC DISTRICT  Sealed Tendera addressed to the under-  aigned and endorsed 'Tender for Grading,  Bridging and Culverts," for the construction of a line from Kamloops to Kelownn,  B.C., including branch Vernon to Lumby,  will be received at this office until 12 noon  Tuesday, 15th April. Plans, profiles,  specifications and form of contract may be  seen and form of tender obtained at the  office of Mr. T. H. White, Chief Engineer,  Metropolitan Building, Vancouver, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on the form supplied by the Railway  Company and accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank equal to 2  per cent, of the value of the work payable  to the Order of the Treasurer, Canadian  National Railways. The lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  H. H. MacLEOD,  No. 1, Toronto Street,        Vice-President.  Toronto. 20-1  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that G. E. Thompson, whose  address is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a  licence to take and use 30 acre feet of wa  ter out of a spring which flows Westerley  and drains into Mill Creek at the Southwest corner of Lot 41, reg. plan 415, D.L.  137. The water will be diverted from the  stream at the point where it flows into  Mill Creek, and will be used for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described as the  ten acres adjoining and south of Mill  Creek, immediately west of the Southwest corner of said lot 41. Thia notice was  posted-on the ground on the 1st day of  April, 1919. A copy of thia notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in th  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C, within thirty days  after the first appearance of thia notice in  a local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice ia Thursday,  April 3rd, 1919.  GEO. E. THOMPSON,  20 4p Applicant.  Fagged Out Women  Vinol is What You Need  If all the tired, overworked, run-down women in  this community could realize how our delicious  Vinol, which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates supplies the vital elements necessary  to enrich the blood and create working strength,  we wouldn't be able to supply the demand.  Buid*tt,N.Y.  Dukedom, Term.  "I liva on a firm and keep house  for nix in my family. I got into a  nervous, run-down condition so it  seemed as though I would die. A  friend advised m* to try Vinol. I  have been greatly improved by itt  oso and am better and stronger in  trongei  every way."���Mrs. H. H. Goodwin.  "I keep house for my family of  three, and raise chickens. I had a  nervous breakdown, so I was unable  to work. The doctor did not seem to  help me, and a cousin asked me to  try Vinol. It built me up���I now  have a good appetite and am well and  strong. .���Mrs. Loyal Palmer.  ���Ter all ron-dem, n.rroua, anaamlo conditions, weak women, ovanrorka* man.  feeble old people >M dllorsf ohlldrm, there Is no remedy like Vinol.  VitlOl Creates Strength  P. B. WILLITS & CO., KELOWNA  Big Auction Sale  At residence, on Glenn Avenue, Kelowna, of  GEO. E. RITCHIE  Thursday, April 17th, 1919  . Commencing I  o'clock sharp (new time)  Newcombe Piano  School Globe  Side Table  Extension Dining Table  Lounge  China  Set Leather seated oak Chairs  Glassware  Grata Chair  Easy Chair  Mirrors  Iron Beds  Pictures  Books  Blankets, Choirs  Range (Oxford)  Kitchen Cabinet  Clothes Basket  Two Cream Freezers  White Sewing Machine  Tables, Dishes.  Washing Machine  Garden Tool*,  Parlour  Parlour Table  Pictures  Leather Seated Rocker  Dining Room  China Cabinet  Ruga  Sectional Bookcase  ' Roll Top Desk  Pictures  Hall  Edison Amberola & f  Hat Rack  Rocker  Three Bedrooms  Bureaux  Rockers  Dressers  Pillows  Kitchen  Linoleum  Pots, Pans, Glassware  Bread Mixer  Lawn Mower  Chairs  Clothes Rack  Vacuum Cleaner  25 Barred Rock Hens  5.piece Parlor Suite  Music Rack  Rug and Mala  Buffet  Silverware.  Side Table  Linoleum, Clock  Books  1 Records Ruga  Stair Carpet  Linoleum  Wash Stands  'Linoleum  Bedding  Mirrors  Clock  Boots and Skates  Rifle  Electric Torch  Fruit Jora  Electric Iron  Lamp  Many other articles  No goods et thia sale (or other people, as we have all we can handle. It you have  anything for aele list with as for our regular Saturday sales. This will be a first-class  opportunity lo get useful and good Furniture. TERMS   CASH  StockwellV Ltd,  Auctioneers  Want Ads.  Weather Report for  February  THE   OKANAGAN   BROKERAGE  ELLISON  We have the exclusive sale of Mr.  Guest's ten-acre orchard. Price $9,000,  $2,000 crop guaranteed thii year.   Terms.  DAIRY I  Benvoulin. 25 acres, good house and  .ther buildings, Chevrolet car, buggy,  house furniture, 25 cows, 5 horses. A  going concern. Price $16,000, immediate  possession.    Terms.  RUTLAND  20 acres, ten   in orchard, on main road.  good   houae,   barn,   &c.      Price   $4,000;  $1,500 cash and the balance   over 5 years.  lull pa-ticulaia at this office.  THE OKANAGAN BROKERACE  "Opposite the wharf" Phone 116  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE. Alfalfa Hay in Stack.   W. R.  Craig, Rutland.   Phone 3506. 17-0  FOR SALE, aeven Hotbed Sash, size 3 x  6 feet, $5 each ; also Young Piga and  Sows in pig. Apply W. Pryce, Vemon  Road. I8lf  FOR SALE, Bay Horse.  1300 lbs., ten  years old.   C. Ward. Glenmore.    19-Op  FOR SALE, General Purpose Team, mare  and gelding, five and six yeara old.  Gentle and quiet.   W.R.Glenn.     20-1  FOR SALE, one Pig, some 12. months old.  Applv Box 98, Kelowna. 20p  SITUATIONS WANTED  YOUNG LADY, experienced with horses  and machinery, would like spring work  on ranch.    Apply Box 636, Kelowna.  20-lp  BOOKKEEPER wants employment. Permanent or by day. Apply J. E. Bellia.  P.O. Box 675. 20.1 p  LOST  LOST, from automobile, somewhere in  town, plaid wool Rug, with name tag  on corner "T. B. Mathieson." Reward  on return to Record office. 19-0  MISCELLANEOUS  MEALS, with or without room.   Reasonable  rate.    About  five  minutes  walk  from post office.    Apply Record Office.  18 Op  PURE-BRED LANGSHAN EGGS from  hens tested for egg capacity 175 to 225.  $2 setting of 13. G. A. Fisher, Box 129,  City. 18tf  STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Kellogg's  Prize and Magic Gem, $10 per 1,000;  Everbearing, Progressive and Superb,  $2.50 dozen, $4 per 100. Bankhead Orchard Company, Ltd. 201F  A MEETING for those interested in  Seed Growing will be held in the Board  of Trade room on Saturday, April 5th.���  L. S. Taylor. 20  Wanted  Fifteen Men  $3.50 per day of nine hours  Applv N. D. McTavish or  F, W. Groves, District Engineer.  20-1  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan & Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  This experience has covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm, Implements and Houtehold Furniture. I am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on ~*>  all movables such aa Farm  Stock, Implements-and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan At  Davies.  G. H. KERR  Tomato Plants  For Sale  Orders may be left at the offices  of the Okanagan Loan & Investment Trust Co., or at Mr. Stirling's  Greenhouses, Pendozi Street.    l8-��  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We nil all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Observer  Feb.  Min.  Max.  1  20  30  2  18  35  3  18  27  4  25  34  5  28  34  6  25  34  7  19  32  8  19  35  9  34  42  10  29  40  II  31  43  !2  31  38  13  30  40  14  29  35  15  31  43  16  35  44  17  30  40  18  23  35  19  30  36  20  30  35  21  30  38  22  30  37  23  15  31  24  6  22  25  18  25  26  18  30  27  15  32  28  12  25  .   Means  23.53  34.71  can   spare   a   few   Settings  Eggs from my bred to lav  Barred Rocks  White Wyandottes  Rosecomb White Leghorns  at $1.50 per setting of 15.  J. C. Stockwell  Eggs For Setting  Settings of Eggs of best, carefully-graded laying strain S.-C. White Leghorn and  Buff Orpington. Also a few Brood Hens  for sale.   Apply  AXEL EUTIN, Rutland.  15-0  Stock for sale and always on hand, both  utility and exhibition.    Baby Chicks  and Eggs in season  E. A. ORR  Breeder of Single Comb White and  Brown Leghorns, Rhode Island  Reds and .White Wyandottes  P.O. Box 242 Chilliwack, B.C.  (Alf. Notley, Kelowna, Agent)  MATING LIST  White Leghorn Eggs, $3 and $5 per setting, $10 per 100.  White Leghorn Baby Chicki, ��25 per 100.  Brown and Buff Leghorn  Eggs, $3 and $5  per setting, $12 per 100.  Brown and Buff Leghorn Baby Chicles, $30  per 100.  Rose and Single Comb  Red Egga, $3 and  $5 per netting, $12 per 100.  Rose and Single Comb Red Baby Chicks,  $30 per 100.  White and  Partridge Wyandotte Eggs, $3  and $5 per setting.  White   and   Partridge   Wyandotte   Baby  Chicks, $30 per 100.  Spring Auctions  We will continue our Weekly Sales every  Saturday Afternoon,  Commencing Saturday, April 5  during the spring months.  If you have anything  to tail list with ua  at early as possible.  Sales at Keller Block, Kelowna.  Stockwcll's, Ltd.   -    Auctioneers  Auction  Thursday, April I Oth, at 2 p.m  At the residence of  John Plowman, Rutland,  Directly opposite the School Building  Horse, Cow, all the Household Furniture  Jersey Cow, 4 years old, Jersey Shorthorn Heifer, 2 Calves, 2 Sections Spring  Harrow, Drummond Harrow, Cultivator,  Potato Cultivator, Single Plow, Scraper,  Levelling board, Work Sleighs, Stoneboat,  Single work wagon,' 3,000-lb. Springs,  buggy. Democrat, 2 sets Single work Harness. Driving Harness, Planet Jr. Seeder,  Little Giant Seeder, Spray Pump, J pound  Spray, 4 Tethering Chains, Cross-cut Saw,  Axes. Shovels, Hammers, Whipple Trees,  Half ton Potatoes,'Lot Lumber, 55 bags,  Aladdin Lamp, 12 chains, brass Lamp,  coal oil stove, Ice cream Frsezer, boiler,  Washboard, 6 Milk Pails, Dishes, and a  ot of other articles.  TERMS CASH  Look for the Rennie Seed Display  15,000 dealers throughout Canada are ready  to supply you with theae tested seedi.  It's time to think about planting your baok*  yard garden.   Make your selections now.  Sow RENNIE'S Seeds  The wide variety of the Rennie line assures you  of obtaining just what you want in either flowers  or vegetables.  All Rennie's Seeds are tested for germination and  their quality proven. Should your dealer be unable to supply all the seeds you require, write  us direct.  THE      nr\TMirC0MPANY  WILLIAM  RENNIE  LIMITED  072   GRANVILLE ST.       VANCOUVER    aC.  ALSO AT WINNIPEG TORONTO MONTREAL.  RENNIESSEEDS  BANKOFMQNTRE  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  COLLECTIONS  The Bank of Montreal���  with its Branches touching  all parts oi Canada, and with  Correspondents throughout  the commercial world���  assures efficient and economical aervice in making  Collections.  hcao ornet,  0. R. CLARKE,  Supt, British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  P.  DaHoalia,   Maaaftr,   Kelowaa  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Fsatktsa,     .  Friatstsa,     ���  .Urastms,  sarUrrki,  BANKO SEEDS  Pedigreed North West Dent Corn, germination 96 per cent...      .15 per lb,  Quebec 28 Seed Corn    , 15 ,,   ,  Banko Tomato (improved Earliana), germination 99 per cent. $6.00      ��� \  Bonny Best Tomato ,      6.00      ���  Bean, Canadian Wonder, germination 92 per cent' 14      *���  Carrot, Ozheart      2.00 i  Garden Beet, Detroit .'.      1.50 "���  Onion, Yellow Giobe Danvers (special selection), germ. 91 p.c.    6.1)0       ,,  Melon, Hoodoo (special selection) , *,.     2.50       ,,  Radish, Scarlet Turnip, White Tipped, germination 99 p.c...     1.50      ���  10-cent packets of the above can be obtained at the '  McKenzie Company store.  BANKHEAD ORCHARD  CO., LTD., Kelowna  Motor Car Owners!  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready for  the fine weather. "A stitch in time saves nine," and  a small adjustment may save you a big bill later on.  The SMITH &McCUBBIN  GARAGE  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneer*  All kinds of Accessories Agents for  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars  The best car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Car  With the "Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tractors  For all hauling and (arm work  Agents for COODYEAR  TIRES  LA IVRENCE A VE,   Phone 232. Night phont 144


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