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 VOL. VIII.   NO. 45.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1916.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  City Council Sits in  Regular Session  Will Offer Protest Against the  Release ot Aliens From  Internment Camps  Members of Dominions Royal  Commission Visit Kelowna  The regular meeting oi the oity  counoil   took   place   Friday morning  last   with   a lull attendance.     There  was little business however to trans'  aot.  The oorrespondenoe included u copy  of a resolution submitted by the oity  oounoil of Nanaimo protesting against  the release of alien enemies from internment camps and requesting the  Dominion and Provincial governments  to have all alien enemies throughout  Canada interned without delay. It  was requested that the Kelowna counoil consider these proposals, and if  approved by them, to so advise the  l'retniura of the Dominion and i'ro-  vinoial governments.  The counoil, after some disoussion,  decided to endorse the resolution.  Ur. J. T. Campbell submitted an  offer to supply one hundred cords of  four-foot wood at $4 per cord delivered at the Power House, payment to  be applied against his taxes.  It was decided to enter into a contract with Ur. Campbell for the wood  to be used when the supply previously  ordered was exhausted, Ur. Campbell  paying] interest on his taxes until the  wood was required.  Uias F. A., Pearson wrote, reminding  the oounoil of an application for water  she hod made during May laBt for her  house on Graham street, and asking  what was being done about it. The  clerk was instructed to reply that the  city had not safGoient pipe on handtvt*  present -with whioh to make the connection, but that the matter would  rocoivo further consideration at the  next meeting.  A resolution was proposed by Aid.  Sutherland, and seconded by Aid.  Copeland, and unanimously carried:  "That the oity oounoil extend its  hearty congratulations to his Worship  the Mayor upon his eleotion to tho  Provincial Legislature."  In replying, Uayor Jones sahl that  although the resolution was perhaps  a little premature, he highly appreciated the kind sentiments contained  therein. Although the light had been  close and keen, it had also been a  olean one, for whioh reason he believed the local member and adherents  of both parties would be the batter  able to work together for the good of  the Kelowna distriot.  Aid. Copeland applied, on behalf of  the Fall Fair for light and water servioe to the exhibition grounds, aud  also for permission to make use of  tho street sprinkler for three or four  days prior to the Fair.  The requests-were granted.  The following list ol accounts were  passed for payment.  C. P. R., freight . ,,      6.66  A. Nash, Fire Hall laundry. . . 2.00  C. H. Dunbar, registration fees S.15  Mrs.    U. Renshaw, oare of two ...  children for August      15.  Mrs. .Iob. Saucier, oare of  two  children for August       15.00  J. Tuoker,    to redeem lot from  tax sale      30.06  Messrs. Haggle & DeBeck, costs  of    aotion in Supreme Court,  C. N. P. B., vs. City D80.98  Registrar, Supreme Court, security for costs of appeal, C- N.  P. E. vs. the City 180.00  H. Maidment, work on sewerage.  system    94.00  ('.Ambrogio, payment on wood  contract .. .: 1164.18  R. Murphy, work on sewers . . 1.20  Dominion Express Co.,  express  on belting      1.00  Imperial Oil Co., oil for Power  . .:      7.30  Several members of the Dominions  Royal Commission -which haa been  holding sessions in Vernon motored  down to Kelowna to-day and spent a  short time visiting various points of  interest in the distriot. The party,  who were met at Vernon by Mayor  Jonos consisted- of Sir tieo. V.. Foster,  Federal Minister of Trade and Commerce, and chairman of the commission; Sir. ��� .1. W S. Langerman, representing South Africa; Hon. J. A. Sinclair, of New ZI aland; .1. Tatlow of  England, a director of tho North British Railways; ' Sir. E. Dowering of  Newfoundland, and B. J. Harding  secretary of the commission. They  were also accompanied by Mr. R., M.  Winslow of the Provincial Horticultural Branch.  Tho commission, it might be recalled  was appointed by Imperial Conference  inMi)l2 to inn at ignis the agricultural,  mineral, and other resources of the  Emp re with a view to adopting soma  large Imperial scheme for their better  utilization. The labors of the Ctfoi-  niission, which will thus extend over  the whole British ��� Dominion, were suspended for a time upon the outbreak  of war but have now been resumed.  The commission sits at various contro.1  points and takes ovidence under oath  from any availablo Bonrce.  The party lunched at the Palaco  Hotel upon their arrival from Vernon,  proceeding later around the paoking  house district, then across the lake on  their way to Penticton. They will  return north to tho main lino to-morrow (Friday.)  Kelowna Holds Its Twenty-First  Fall Fair and Exhibition  Some Interesting New Features���Falling Off in Entries-  Weathes Brings Larger Crowd on Second Day  -Fine  Results of the Two Days'  Racing and Sports  finally to drive along 50 fast of traok  the rails of whieh were only lour  inches wide. This latter difficult tfeat  was successfully accomplished by only  one of the four contestants, Ur. St.  TKe programme of races and sports'C,. P. Baldwin, though he had knocked  Kelowna's Annual Fall Fair attained its twenty-first birthday this yet>r,  having been held oonsecutivuly without interruption for that number of  During that long period,  to some twelve ���  years.  Uessrs.    Palmer & Rogerson oi    the  Richter Street Creenhouses ocoupied  small space with a handsome display  of    house plants, and other products  oi their greenhouses.     In a prominent  whioh dates back to some tWjposrition were Bovoral bundles of the  years before the incorporation of ��%*";, hot-hour*, grapes,for which they have  owna    as a city,   H  ^has undergone w__ areputat_on whioh now extends  Co.,  135.25  10.50  41.75  House ;   Canadian    Weetinghouse  Power House supplies   H. Plair, general work   A. R. Davy, general work . . .  A.  J.     Jones,, work for Power  House and Fire Dept., -. . ; . 9.10  S. M. Simpson, general work... 12.05  Burbank Motor Co., supplies for  Fire Dept !        39.36  nop Lee, Fire-Hall laundry . .      2.50  0. M. Windsor,    refund   of tax'  purchase money    229.51  Mrs. W. D. Hawthorne, of Vancouver  is visiting Kelowna this week, the  guest'of Mrs. Barrat of Glenn Ave.  New Agricultural Bulletins  "Poultry Rations and Their Practical Application." ia the title of ��ircu'.-  ar Bulletin, No. 19, which has just  been issued, by the Department c  Agriculture, Victoria. AU the rations  given in this interesting little,circular  have been,experimented with many  years ago, and have been used constantly and successfully by a great many  poultrymen in this Province. It is  with the idea that many poultry  raisers can better and cheapen their  methods of feeding their stock by (ol  lowing out the suggestions in thie  publication that it iB issued at the  present time.  A second edition of Bulletin \No. 48,  "Exhibiting Fruit and Vegetables,"  has just been issued, owing to the  enormous demand which jjjehausted the  supply of tho lirst edition very soon  after. it came off thepress. This bulletin deals with the standards of judgt  ing adopted by the I judges supplied by  the Department, and also with the  arrangement and .selection of exhibits.  Its pages are full,of many useful hints  that are of great value to those exhibiting fruit or vegetables in tho  Province.  Por copies'of either >of these publications write to the Publications- Branch  Department of Agriculture, Victoria,  and | give both the name and the: nam -  'ber of the bulletin or circular respired.  A Use of awards for the Bpecial  prizes has been held oven until uext  week as many of the awards have not  yet been made.  The band of the 158 Battalion' came  down on Tuesday's boat, by kind permission of Lieut-Colonel Milne, and  gave an excellent band concert in. the  Opera House Tuesday evening. The  band was also present at the sportB  on Wednesday afternoon and played  several selections. On Wednesday evening they furnished; the music for a  dance at the Aquatic Pavilion. ol   interesting    and instructive study  .   ���      .        .,...    ,     . .     . '"iff"1 n"ve been given to this display  A number ol the local business men alon0j flnd Mr> ^^ ^ *���  met Monday evening in the Board   ol throughout  the fair with emanation.  Trade room for the purpose of mak- and descriptions whioh he was always  many vicissitudes. Usually it _  been possible to record as each show  came around that it had gone one  better than its predecessor, and that  it was the "best show ever held in  Kelowna." From very small beginnings the show has attained to a considerable importance, several years it  having aohieved the distinction fof  having one df the finest displays of  fruit to be seen in the province. It  is now housed too in a building ot  which   many    a large city might be  ^This year, however, to be perfeotly  candid, the show has not measured up  to its previous standard. There ay*  many reasons for this. Conditio*.,  of course, are somewhat against the  holding of successful fairB, and many  towns havo abandoned them altogether  for the present. Then there is tne  fact that owing to the late eeason anjl  shortness of help, farmers are so up  to their necks in work that they were  unable to find the time to do their  bit for the show. And added to all  these reasons was the lingering soreness regarding the arrears of prize  money. There are many loyal soufe,  no doubt, who are quite content to  know that the money they should  have received for prizes won has gone  to pay for the handsome new building, but there are others who do not  sec it that way, and the discontent  thus" produced no doubt accounts for  much of the shortage of entries. ^   ^ (  The fruit sections in particular, were  lamentably small, and probably caused the most comment. There was a  falling off, though all round in the  entire list. In spite of this, the Fair  waa not without its ^attractive features, for there were several new departures which were distinctly good.  One of those was a display from the  Dominion Experimental Farm at Sum-  mer)and,in charge of the superintendent, Mr. R. II. Helmer, and Mr. C.  H. Cordy. The display consisted of  a eollectioi. of models of farm buildings and appliances of great educational value... The models were miniatures built so soale. A modern eheep  barn in skeleton construction showing  plainly the method of building and interior arrangement; model sheep  hardies, sheep dipping tank, silo and  wool packing box; model irrigation  flumes and water measuring devices,  permanent and portable poultry^ houses  stalls ��for cattle, and various feeding  arrangements. An interesting exhibit  ���conveying a forcible lesson to farmers  showed', at a glance the loss in value  of manure through exposure to the  Weather and leakage of its liquid content.       '  A simple contrivanoe for protecting  cabbage and other plants {mm the  ravages of insect (WBts; by placing  small discs of tar paper around them  attracted much attention, and no  doubt many will' grVq, a trial next  year to this cheap and eaBy remedy.  A photograph accompanied this  model whioh afforded oonvinoing proof  of its efficiency.  Another eduoational exhibit, under  the charge of the Provincial Entomologist at Vernon, Mr. Max Hhuman,  was a collection of specimens showing  the various insect������ pests at various  of their development.     Hours  all over the west.  A fine display of honey and bee pro-  duotB was shown-by L. Harris & Sons  of Vernon. Mr. Harris is the provincial bee inspector lor the district,  and an expert ef many.years standing  both in the Old Country and Canada.  The display was very effectively built  up with comb honey in sections and  half depth frames and surmounted  by jars of fine extracted honey. .Slabs  of wax were also used to help out  the decorative effect. An interesting  part of the display was an observation hive, showing the bees at work,  which proved irresistible to youngsters. The whole of the display was  the product of Messrs. Harris & Sons'  own hives, and was undoubtedly of  excellent quality, and certainly the  ffnest display which has ever been  made in Kelowna.  In another part of the room, Mr.  Hohnan had a display of local grown  tobacco, from which he was^kept busy  manufacturing    cigars.  of mak'  ing a presentation to Mr. K. F.  Oxley who left Tuesday ittr Vancouver.;  Mr. Oxley has been in business in  Kelowna for some six years past and  has always been very popular amongst  his fellow merchants. A handsome  travelling bag, purchased by subscription, was handed to him by Mayor  Jones,and many speeches were delivered expressive of the general regret  felt at his departure. Mr. Ouley is  leaving to take up a position on the  sales stoff ol tho W. H. Malkin Co.,  the prominent wholesale grocers.  ready to give,  In tho north-east comer of 'the build-  |ing was an exhibit from the Manual  Training department of the Public  School, and the many clever examples  of wood work oxeeuted under the instruction of the teacher, Mr. Mitchell,  were objects of much interest and  favorable comment. Considering the  Bhort. time the. classes have been established, tho boys arc making wonderful  progress, and developing a degree of  accuracy and finish whicn is truly  remarkable.  These were  eagerly taken up1 as fast aB made, the  "recipients in return dropping a ten-  cent piece into a box for the benefit  of the Bed Cross. Mr. Holman haB  thia year grown a crop of some thirty  acres af the finest tobacco which has  ever been produced in the district, and  that is saying a good deal, for Kelowna can undoubtedly produce good  tobacco.  Mr. L. E. Taylor and the Bankhead  Orchard Co. were again to the lore,  with a magnificent, private display of  fruits and vegetables whioh was a  whole agricultural show in itBelf. Not  only were there splendid examples of  the commoner garden; vegetables, but  many curious and interesting plants  suoh as gourds, oalabash, etc., the  seed of which had been gathered from  all parts of the world. Mr. W. B.  Laws, who iB in charge of the horticultural work of the'company, is an  Old i Country gardener af the highest  tpiaHfications, and many new varieties  were shown which were the product of  his skill. The company is turning its  attention tn high-claBs seed production, and Kb fine display.'of several  varieties of field and table corn were  much admired. One specimen of corn  was shown which had attained the  remarkable height of Mi feet.  Rutland I hud the honor of being the  only district with energy enough to  enter the" District Display contest, and  were awarded the first prize of $25  given by Mayor Jones. Their exhibit  was a good one and occupied' two  sections, one devoted jto fruijt'and the  other to vegetable and field produce.  In the fruit section the background  was formed with some fine packed  boxes of apples, while plates oJ many  other varieties were arranged below,  even including some ripe Btrawlierries  and a strawberry plant in bloom. In  the adjoining section were field seeds,  grasses and roots of every kind with  a fat porker dressed whole occupying  the foreground. Altogether the Idisplay was a highly creditable one, and  gave (implv evidence of the productive  nature of the Rutland district.  The Fancy Work depatrment was in  charge of a-committee of the Women's  Institute consisting of Mrs. J. W.  Jones, Mrs. W.'D. Brent and MrB. F.  Small.  During tho afternoon of the second  day the Government Apple Packing  contest wias carried out under the supervision of Mr. J, Sewell, government  Fruit ��� Inspector, who also shared the  judging with Mr. P. E. French. The  tables for the contest wore lent by  the Kelowna Grower's; Exchange. Each'  competitor had to'paok three boxes of  apples. The prizes were awarded as  lows:���1st Mrs. Petman -(115); 2nd,  E. F. Neumeyer, (810); and 3rd, Mrs.  Russell, ($5.)  Outside the.building the Indies of the  Red Cross had two large tents where  refreshments ' could be obtained, nor  must the side show under the care of  Mr. J, Silcock be forgotten, where for  small   coin one could "do his bit"  this year had been confined to local  events, though it was hoped that thi  soldiers of the, Vernon Camp would be  down in considerable numbers to help  make things go. In this, however,  the directors were doomed to some  disappointment. A difficulty arose in  the first place with the C. P. B. whe  demanded at the last moment a, guarantee of -$500 Ur the two days excur-  tion instead of the $800 aB originally  understood. The directors rdiustd u  comply 'with thiB and consequently  there was no .exoursion. A few soldiers came down on the regular boats  and a few more by Cars. The weather  too, an the lirst day was unfavorable.  A storm of chilly wind and'rain came  up about noon and no doubt kept  many people home who would otherwise havo been there.  On the socond day, things went on  a good deal better. The weather was  fine uud bright and quite a respecta'oh  crowd filled the grand stand and enclosure. J The entries into the rac��s  too were better, and in a great  measure the second day mode up for  the deficiencies of the first.  Tho results of the various events  wer�� as follows:  FIRST DAY  100 yards foot race for Soldiers.���  1st, Pte. Russell Sutherland; 2nd/  Sergt. C, Hereron.  Victoria Cross Race. In this dummies had to be picked up irom the  saddle and carried, several times the  length of the course.���1st, W. H. 0.  Fleming; 2nd, H. DeHart.  Half-Mile Pony Race.���1st, Felix Casorso; 2nd, .J. Stirling.  Hurdle Race (on foot)-lst, Pte. R.  Sutherland; 2nd, Sergt. Hereron.  Turn Stake horse race.���This was  run in three heats. In the first, Pte.  Walter Haines beat H. DeHart and  J.: Stirling, and in the second, Felix  Casorso beat W. H- C. Fleming. FeKx  Casorso eventually winning the final.  Fancy Motor Drive.���This was a  somewhat novel event and created considerable interest. It was really a  contest in steering, the drivers of the  cars having to make a cirouitous  course to avoid certain obstacles and  by throwing at the heads of Kaiser  Bill, Little Willie, Von Tirpitz, and  other celebrities. ���  The following is a list of the various  prize winners:���  .1 udge  Division I  Poultry and Eggs  .-H. E. Wffby and A. Notley.  Tho B. C. Provincial Poultry Association ('hampionship Ribbons were  awarded as follows:���  Best male and female in the ronriu-  ^ntal class.���Alf. Notley. ^Silver Calamines.)  Best malo and female in the Asiatic  class.���M. Copeland.   (Light Brahmas.)  Best male and female in the American  class.���M. Copeland.   (Barred Rooks..  Beet dozen eggs.��� Alf. Notley.  (Silver Campines.)  Light Brahmas.���1st cock; 1st, 2nd  and 3rd hen; 2nd cockerel; and 1st  pul'let, M. Copeland.  Plymouth Rock, Burred.���1st cook,  M. Copeland; 2nd, G. S. McKenzie;  1st hen; 1st and 2nd cockerel, M.  Copeland; 1st and 2nd pullet, G. S.  McKenzie; 3rd, M. Copeland.  Plymouth Rock, Partridge.���1st and  2nd pullets, Kathleen McKenzie.  White Wyandottes.���1st pullet, R.  Johnstone; 2nd ami 3rd, G. S. McKenzie.  Rhode Island Reds, Single Comb.���1st  cock, 1st Hen, 1st and 2nd pullets, J.  i M. Harvey.  Rhode Island Reds, Rose Comb.���1st  hen, J, M. Harvey; 1st cockerel, Mrs.  D. W. Sutherland; 2nd, J. M. Harvey  3rd Mrs. D. W. Sutherland; 1st and  2nd pullets J. M. Harvey; 3rd aj__J4th  Mrs. D. W. Sutherland; 1st pen, -T. M.  Harvey; 2nd and 3rd, A. D. Monsees.  White Leghorn, S. C���1st end 2nd  cockerel, St. G. P. Baldwin; 1st and  2nd pullet, St. G. P. Baldwin.  Buff Orpingtons.���1st and 2nd pullet,  R. -TohnTtone. t  Silver Campines.���1st Cock, Alf.  Notley; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd hen, Alf.  Notley; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd cockerel,  Alf.    Notley;    1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th  (OoaUMri o> Fu> fcft  down several of the obstacles.  Boy Scout's relay race.���In this the  "Wolves," Jack Parkinson, R. Dykes,  L. DuMoulin, and G. Groves, beat! the  "Wood-Pigeons," Bob StiUmgfleet, -J.  Groves, F. Whitehead and J. Calder.  In a mulch horse race between Mr.  Archie Johnson and FeHx Casorso,  the latter won out.  There were two entries for the Shetland pony race. Master Duggan on  Taylor's hijack Shetland and Tommy  Taylor on a fat little pinto. The  former won easily.  In the Scout's Bicycle Relay race,  three teams were entered, the "Woken"  G. Groves, L. DuMoulin, R, Dykes and  J.  Parkinson coming first.  In the Slow Horse race the" prize  went to Ritchie's white charger ridden  by    Stanley    Whitehead,  Catching the Gret By Pig was ih*.  last event ��f the day, but before thrs  contestents could be properly lined up  the pig had 1 rot ted perversely to the  other side of the exhibition building,  and when it appeared again it hod a  juvenile following of probably a hundred.     Perhaps it is still going.  SECOND DAY  Half-Mile i Foot race for SeMiers���  1st, lHe. Sutherland; 2nd, Sergeant C  Hereron. *    ...  Half Mile Horse race (townsmen).���  1st, Jack Davy; 2nd, Quesnel.  In the relay horse race Felix OaSorso  oame in first after a good race.  100 yards foot race for boys.���1st,  Godfrey Groves; 2nd, .look Parkinson.  The slow bicycle ra^e proved a ^fery  difficult feat on the rough track ^nd  'Tommy Snashall was the only cme  who finished,  winning  first prize.  Half-Mile Bicycle race.���1st, Godfrey  Graves, 2nd, Jim Calder.  The Farmer's Driving race in buggies  was a new turn and might have been  a good miti had the entries been  better. Harold DeHart was awarded  first prize.  The soldier's three-leaged race ��� was  won by Ptes. McKie and Wailey.  The mile race for soldiers was won  by Russell Sutherland.  A small i company of soldiers under  the pjjfsical intructor from the Veraoif  Camp gave an interesting exhibition  of the methods of physicial drill at  present being used t.o make and keep  the boys/it. The company had thoir  work down fine, ond were heartily  applauded.  Thc quarter-mile dash was won hy  If. DeHart on his roan, with Whitt-  ingham second.  The cow-boy race which drew thrie  entries ended in a dead heat between  Felix Casorso and .1. Stirling.  A similar result ended the Chart nt  race which wrs between two teams  driven by Felix Casorso and J. Seir-  ling, they crossing the wire together  after a capital race.   O ���  Peg o' My Heart Coming  The attraction at the Opera House  on Tuesday, October 3rd will be an  ongagement of, .1. Hartley* Manner's  exquisite comedy of youth, "Peg 0'  My Heart." The action of the play  takes place in Scarborough, England,  and has a central figure of a wild  mischevious girl, who has been rear.d  amidst poverty in New York, ��^d who  nevertheless has preserved a flowsrlike  fragrance of nature born to the wild-  wood.. Loyalty to her Father and  mother's country, Ireland, (and the  memory of an aristocratic mother are  the watchwords of her aristocratic  nature. The play has an abundance  of humorous situations and hour!  terest. Tho United Producing Co.,  who are presenting the production, '  given it a Bplindid setting and supplied an excellent cast. Vise Dorothy  Laverne will be seen in the role of  Peg, while others in the cast ,wi.l be  Mr. William Sauter of i Summerland, as  Jerry, William Phelps as Alaric, H.  Nelson Dickson as,Mr. Hawkes, Miss  Katherine Sheldon at My. Chichester,  Miss Mable, Baring as Ethel'and Jfow-  arrl Walsh as Brent.   *   Mourning is, absolutely prohibited in  Germany; no wounded of crippled sol- "  dier is allowed to walk in the streets  of the capital and of important towns,  and can only show themselves i when  they are able to wear their uniforms  in quite a military way and with all  decency* PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 191  KELOJJliNH RECORD  Published evsry Thursday at Kelowna,  Briti* Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  11,60    per   yew:    76c.    six    months.   Uml*d  states SO oents additional.  All subscriptions payable In ndvi>noo  Subscribers    at   the renular rate   can have  extra tmnera mailed to friends at a distance  at HALF RATE. i.e.. 75 cente per year.  This  apodal   privileirt    is    sranted   Ior    the  purpose ot advertUliiB the oitv Mid district.  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. ��.B oentB ner column inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-80 dava. |5i  60 davs 17.  ffATBR NOTICES-H9 (or live insertions.  LEGAL   ADVERTISING-First    insertion.    19  oents ner line: each subsequent insertion.  1  cents  per  line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  per  word    first insertion.   I   cent per  woiri  (���(it'll subsequent insertion.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS-Two  Inches  and under. 60 centB per inch (iret inaertion  over  two inchen 40 cents per inch tirnt   Insertion:    '20 cents  per  inch each  subsequent  inner tion.  All chances in coiitrnct .ulvettisenieots 0H��l  be iu the hands of tlie printer bv TtlMMav  eveniiii; to ensure publication :a the next  lusue.  KELOWNA'S TWENTY-FIRST  ANNUAL FALL FAIR  IConlrnutid from fae. I.)  puttet, AH. Notley, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd  pen, Alf. Notley.  Egg and Prepotency Class  Birds   judged solely on their reproductive abilities.  In this Class Mr, A. W. Cooke had  IB birds entered, unci opportunity wus  taken for rt demonstration by Mr. Alf.  Notley of the'system of scoiing for  egg production and propotenqy, ftfnownj  as tire "Hogan System.' Mr. A. W.  Cooke's birds showed >:ome high scores  for egg .production ranging from ISO  to 235 in the year, four of them .running over 201). The nverngo of the  henB was 186.  Turkeys,   Ducks, Geese and Eggs  Turkey, Bronze.���1st old turkey loin,  F. B. E. DeHart; 2nd, G, Day; 2nd  old fyen, F. H. F.. DeHurt; 1st young  turkey torn, 1st young turkey hen, F,  R. E. DeHart.  Geese, Toulouse.���1st old goose, 1st  old gander, 1st young goose, 1st  young gander, G. Day.  Ducks, Indian Runner.���1st drake and  1st duck, 0. Day.  Ducks, Muscovy White.���1st drake  and 1st duck, Bob. Burtch.  Hen's Eggs, Twelve Tinted,���1st,  Mrs. S. Gray.  Hen's FggB, Twelve White.���1st and  2nd, Alf. Notley.  Division 2  Horses  Judge:    S. II. Hopkins  Hackney Stallion, any age,���1st,  Erie Dart.  Heavy Draft Brood Mare with Foal  at side.���1st,.G. Day; 2nd, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Heavy Draft Foal of 1916.-lst, G.  Day; 2nd, Bankhead Orchard C!o.  General Purpose Foal of 1916.���1st,  Kric Dart. ��� 6  Roadsters, Mare, with Foal at -ide.���  1st, H. DeHart.  Roadster Foal ol 1916,-lst, JJ. De-  Hart.  Single Roadster- in Harness.���1st I,  It. J, Stirling.  Saddle Horse.-lwt and 2nd, .1. R. J,  Stirling.  Saddle Pony ridden by boy under 14  years of age.���1st, W. H. Fleming, 2nd  Dankheatl Orchard Co.  Division 3  Cattle  Judge:   S, II. Hopkins  Durham Heifer, under 2 yrs.��� 1st, 0,  Spall.  Grade Cow for Dairy Purposes.���  1st, T. W. S. Taylor; 2nd, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Grade Dairy Heifer, 2 years.��� 1st,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Grade Cow for Beef.���1st and 2nd,  Alan Wilson.  Division 6  Dairy Produce  Judge; T. F. A. Wianoko  Dairy Butter, not less than three  pounds in prints made by exhibitor.���  1st, Miss Zella Monford; 2nd, Miss M.  Anderson.  Dairy Butter, not less than five  pounds, in tub, made by exhibitor.���  1st, Miss Zella Monford; 2nd, Mrs. A.  I,. Cross.  Collection of Jams and JelHes.���1st  Mrs. R. W. Laws.  Canned Fruits, 6 jars.���1st, Mrs. S.  Gray.  Collection of Picklee, six jars.���1st'.  Mrs. A. L. Cross.  '���QrWrn. Of  ..ilEwWkl  \witt-Rt2tH6RE FLIES THAN  l\:$8"WrjRTH OF ANY /  ^STlCr^'r'LY CATCHER/^  Clean to handle. Sold hy all Druggists, Grocers ;.nd General Stores.  Division 7  Vegetables  Judges:    P. K.    French and  II.   V.  Chaplin  Beans, Bush, in pod.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Beets, Globe, six.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2nd, Casorso Bros.  Carrots, Short Horn.���1st, A. D.  Monsees.  Carrots, Intermediate.���1st, Bank-  head Orchard Co.; 2nd, Casorso Bros.  Garrots, l.ong lied.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Cabbage, 2 liest Summer.���1st, Bank-  head Orchard Co.  Cabbage, Red.���1st, T. W. Stirling.  CanteloupB.���Hankhead Orchard Co.  CauUfli war.���1st, T. W.  Stirling.  Celery, White Plume.���1st, Palmer &  Rogerson] 2nd, ('. K. Weeks.  Celery, Winter.���1st, 0,  E. Weeks.  Citron.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Corn, Table.���1st, Bankhead Orohnrd  Co.  Cucumbers, Irost braoa, grown under  glass.���1st, C. E. Weeks.  Cucumbers, best brace, grown in the  open air.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  2nd, C. E. Weeks.  Cucumbers, best tlish for pickling.���  1st, C. K. Weeks; 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Water Melons���1st, A. D. MonBees;  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Musk Melons.���1st Bankhead Orchard  Co.; 2nd, Palmer *.-  Itogerson.  Onions, Yellow Globe Danvers.���1st,  IS, C. Wqplsey; 2nd, Casorso Bros.  Onions, Flat Danvers���1st, W. II.  Fleming.  Onions, Prize Taker.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Onions, Large Red Globe.���let, W.1I.  Fleming.  Onions, While Globe.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Onions, White Pickling���1st, C. 15.  Weeks, 2nd, hankhead Orchard Co.  Onions, Collection correctly named.���  1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Par-snips.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Peppers���1st, 0,   10. Weeks.  Potatoes, Netted Gem.���1st, Ban'c-  head Orchard Co.  Potatoes, 12 Largest.��� Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Potatoes, ��� new variety not before  exhibited���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  jFoiatoss, any other .-variety named-  1st, F. A. Taylor; 2nd, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Pumpkins, for table use.���1st, Casorso Bros.  Salsify.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Squash, any variety, table use.���1st,  Casorso Bros.; 2nd, Mrs. W. C. Came-  ton.  Squash, Hubbard.���1st, A. L. Cross,  2nd, E. C, Woolsey.  Tomatoos.���lift, C. F. Weeks; 2nd,  Mrs. W. C. Cameron.  Tomutoes, best correction, six of  each, correctly named.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.; 2nd, Palmer & Rogerson.  ��� Vegetable Marrow.���1st, R. F. Keller  2nd, Mrs. W. 0, Cameron.  Division 8  Field Produce  Judges: P. E.    French  H. V. Chaplin  and  Carrots, Long White.���1st, Mrs. W.  C.  Cameron.  Cabbage, 2 heuvicst heads.���1st,  Casorso Bros.  ' Field Corn.���1st, F. A. Taylor, 2nd  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Mangold Wurtzels, long red.���1st,  Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2nd, Mrs. W.  0. Cameron.  Pumpkins, 2 heaviest.���1st, Bank-  head Orchard Co.  Sqash, 2 lorgest.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2nd, Casorso Bros.  Tobacco, six best Spanish (Kom-  stock) plants, cured in shed.���1st, T.  W. S. Taylor.  Division 9  Fruits  Judges:     P. E. French   and  H. V. Chaplin  ApplteB for home ubb and commercial  planting.  Wealthy .-1st, R. Smith; 2nd, Bank-  head Orchard Co  Mclntosh.-lst, Mrs. S. Gray; 2nd,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Wagner.���1st, A. D. Monsees; 2nd  Bankhead Orchard Co,  Jonathan.���1st, R. Smith, 2nd Mrs.  S. Gray.  Northern Spy.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.: lnd, T. W. S. Taylor.  Grime's Golden.���1st, John Nicol,:  2nd. J. L.  1'ridham.  Spitrenberg��� 1st, R. Smith, 2nd,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Yellow Newtown Pippin.���1st, J. L.  Pridham��� 2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Cox's Orange Pippin...,1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.; 2nd, F. A. Taylor.  Best Collection of Commercial Apples,  5 varieties.���1st, Bankhead Orchard  Co.  APPLES-FALL VAHIETII'.S  Alexander.���1st, C. E. Weeks.  Blenheim Orange.���1st, T. W, S. Taylor; 2nd, Mrs. W. C. Cnmerou.  Full St. Lawrence.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Gravenstein.���1st, Harrklumd Orchard  Co.; 2nd, T. W. S. Taylor.  King.���1st, John Nir-ol; 2nd, J. L.  Pridham.  Ontario.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  2nd, .1. I.. Pridham,  Snow.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Wolf River.���1st, Itnnkhond Orchard  Co.  Any other,variety, Summer- or Fall.  ���1st, A. D. Monsees; ,2ml, J. Pridham.  Best collection of Fall Apples.���1st  Bankhead Orchard Co.  APPLES-WINTER VARIETIES  Belle de Boskoop��� 1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Ben Davis.���Bankhead Orchard Co.  Sutton Beauty.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2nd, W. 11. Fleming.  Canada Red.���1st, Roy Swenoy.  Gano.���1st, John Nicol.  Golden Russet.���1st, Roy Sweny; 2nd  T. W. S. Taylor.  Ifubbardston Nonsuch.���1st', Banlt-  heud Orchard! Co.  Rhode Island Greening.���1st, T. W.  S. Taylor.  Salome.���1st, -I.  I.. Prirlham.  Sutton Beauty.���1st. Funkhend Orchard Co.; 2nd, Mrs. W. C. Cameron.  Tolman   Sweet.���1st, T. W. Taylor'.  Winter Banana.���1st, R. Smith.  Winesap.���1st, A. I). Monsees.  Any othor winter variety.���1st, J.L.  Pridham; 2nd, T. W. S. Taylor.  Best collection of winter Apples, .r>  varieties.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  CRAB APPLES.  Hyslop.���1st, A. D. Monsees; 2nd,  Bankhead Orchard Co,  Transcendent....l.sf, R. Smith; 2nd,  Roy Sweney.  PEARS.  Barllett��� 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co;  2nd, Mrs. W. C. Cameron.  Beurre d'Anjou��� 1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Beurre Boussock.���1st, Bankhead Orchard i Co.  Beurre Hardy.���1st, Bankhead OrOh-  ard Co.  Bosk.���Bankhead Orchurd Co.  Clairgeau.���1st, Bankhead Orohord  Co.; 2nd, G. Spall.  Duchessu d'Angoulemc���1st, Bank-  head Orchard Co.  Flemish Beauty.���1st, Bankhead Orohord Co.; 2nd, Mrs. S. Gray.  Howell���Bankhead Orchard Co.  Louise Bonnie de Jersey.���Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Seckel.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Sheldon.���1st, Bankhead Orchard Co.  Vicar of Wakefield.���1st, Bankhead  Orchard Co.  Wintor Nelis.���1st, Bankhead Orchard  Co.  Any other variety.���1st, Bankhead  Orchord Co.  Best Collection of Pears, five varia.  ties.���1st, Bankhead Orohard Co.  PLUMS.  Bradshaw���1st, Banknead Orchard Co  Burbank.���1st, A. D. Monsees.  Grand Duke.-lst, H. V. Chaplin.  Pond's Seedling.-lst, A. D. Monseoa\  2nd, Bankhead Orchard Co.  River's Blaok Diamond.���1st, Bank-  head Orchard Co.  Yellow Egg��� 1st, Mrs. S. Gray.  Collection of three varieties, individual.���1st, Bunkhead Orchurd Co.  PRUNES.  Italian Prunes.���1st, Mrs. S. Gray;  2nd, A. D. Monsees.  '*~I��i<&S��   PEACHES.  Early Crawford.���1st, H. V. Chaplin.  Late Crawford.���1st, iH. V. Chaplin.  Elberta.���1st, H. V. Chaplin; 2nd,  Miss R. Raymer.  Yellow St. John.-lst, H.V. Chaplin.  Fitzgerald.���1st, H. V. Chaplin.  Any other variety correctly named.���  1st, H. V. Chaplin.  GRAPES.  Best collection of outdoor grapes.���  Ut, Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2nd, A.  D. Monseeti.  Division 10  Floral  Judges: W.  J. Palmer and S. J. Weeks  Begonias, single or double.���1st, Mrs.  Willits; 2nd, Mrs. John Fletoher.  Collection Sweet Peas.���1st, 3. L.  Pridham.  Collection Stocks.���1st, Mrs.   L.   E.  Taylor.        6  Collection Dianthus.���1st, Mrs. L. F.  Taylor.  Collection   Phlox   Drummondi.���'  J. L. Pridham; 2nd, MrB. L.E. Taylor.  Collection     Verbenas.���1st,    J.    L.  Pridham. t    ,  Collection Annuals.���1st, Mrs. W. C.  Duggan.  Bouquet of Flowers.���1st, Mrs. W. C.  Duggan; 2nd, F. A. Taylor.  Collection    of   Dahlias, three varieties.���1st, A. D. Monsees.  Collection of Glndnli.���1st, Mrs.    P.  B. Willits.  Collection    of Asters.���1st,    J.     L.  Pridham; 2nd, Mrs. I.. E. Taylor.  Roses, pink.���1st, Mrs. L. E. Taylor.  Best Collection of Cut Flowers.���1st  Mrs. W. C. Duggan.  Division 11  Fancy Work  Judges:    Mrs. R. L. Lipsett, Mrs.    G.  Angwin and Mrs. M. L. Rowcliffe  Lace ('rochet.���2nd, Mrs. F. Hill.  EMBROIDERY  Cross Stitch.���2nd, Mrs. J.W. Jones.  Eyelet, Tea or Tray Cloth.���2nd,  Mrs. F. Hill.  Mount Melliok.���2nd, Mrs. If. Hill.  Tea or Tray Cloth.���2nd, Mrs. J. W.  Jones.  Tea Cosy in White.-2nd, Mrs. J. W.  Jones.  Ilea Cosy in Colors.���2nd, Mrs. J. W.  Jones.  Initials    or    Monogram on Linen.  2nd, Mrs. F.'-Hill.  Division 12  Crochet and Knitting  Infant's 'Hood,   crocheted or knitt-  od.���2nd, Mrs. K. Maclaron.  ...Shawl or  Scarf, crocheted or knitted.���2nd,, Mrs. J. \V. Jones.  Crocheted Doilies.���2nd, Mrs. John  Fletcher.  Knitted Sox, in wool.���1st, Mrs. S.  Gray; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. .tones.  Knitted Mitts in wool.���2nd, Mrs. K.  Maolaren.  Bedroom Slippers, knitted or crocheted.���2nd, Mrs. W. ('. Duggan,  Best six Button Holes' on Linen.���  2nd, Mrs. W. C. Duggan.  Mat, hand made.���2nd, Mrs. A. L.  Cross.  Division 13  Work done by girls under 16 yrs. of  age.  Fancy Apron.���2nd, Miss Kathleen  McKenzie.  Button holes on ! linen.���2nd, Miss  Evelyn Fletcher.  Tray Cloth, embroidery.���2nd, Mis-  Evelyn Fletcher.  Outline   Work.��� 2nd,  MisB    Evel;  Fletcher.  Croohot Work in cotton���2nd, Miss  Evelyn Fletcher.  Crochet Work in wool.���2nd, Miss  Kathleen McKenzie.  Hemstitching ��� 2nd, Miss Kathleen  McKenzie.  Centrepiece, embroidery.���2nd, Kiss  Evelyn Fletoher.  Initial or Monogram embroidered on  handkerchief.���2nd, Miss Evelyn Fletcher.  Division 14  Miscellaneous  Best Novelty of any kind.���1st, R.F.  Keller; 2nd, Mrs. W. D. Brent.  Best 12 photos, including portrait,  interior, landscape, and moving object.���2nd, Miss M. Anderson.  Water Color Painting, original work,  fruit, flowers or landscape.���2nd, R.  Smith.  China painting:- best decorated vase,  plaque or other article.���1st, Mrs. W.  D. Bront; 2nd, Mrs. W.'D. Brent.  Division  15  Schools  Open    to all   children from 12 to 16  years of ago.  Best Map of British Columbia.���2nd,  Agnes Conroy.  Best Handwriting.���1st, Miss" Phylli-i  Teaguo; 2nd, Eunice Teather.  Best Composition on "The Advant  ages   of Living in  the Okanagan Val-  ley."-2nd, Miss. Phyllis Tcague.  Division 16  Domestic Science and Household  Atts for Girls 16 years and under  Bread, home made, white.���1st, Miss  Evelyn Fletoher; 2nd, Miss Kathleen  McKenzie.  Bread, home made, brown.���1st, Miss  Uvelyn Fletoher.  Plain   Cake, home made.���1st, Miss  Kathleen McKenzie; 2nd, Miss Eveiy  Fletoher.  Cookies, half dozen.���1st, MIsb Kathleen McKenzie; 2nd, Miss Evelyn  Fletoher.  Gingerbread.���1st and 2nd Miss  Evelyn Fletoher.  Baking Powder biscuit.���1st, Mits  Evelyn Fletoher.  Piokles, Mixed.,���2nd, Miss Evelyn  Flstcbsr.  ^OSTERMOOR.. ��<0��> OSTERMOORj  Say OSTERMOOR  ���and STICK TO TT!  TF you called Henry Smith on the telephone, and  *  the operator said "line's busy," you   surely  wouldn't say, "Give me any other Smith who has  a telephone 1"  It's the same with Mattresses���there's only one  OSTERMOOR.   Ask for it and look for the name  in the binding.   You pay only once foi  -^       THE FAMOUS  i^^  OSTERMOOR  MATTRESS  $18 for 50 Years of Restful Sleep  The OSTERMOOR will not mat, become lumpy, or I  Layer upon layer of the finest cotton felt is built into a  and it Btays that way for a lifetime.  <(Ask your dealer for it, or write us for the name of  agent.  The Alaska Bedding Co. limited  Makers of Bedsteads and Bedding   49W  WINNIPEG: Rcgina: Calgary-. VANCOUVER  "ALASKA on so srttols mesas W$k Crssta Evmy ftarsfcrV'  ^>>osr;^^^mM^jiiii^fiiii  Si:  Kelowna Furniture Co., Agents   -   Kelowl  XMAS PRESENTATION APPLES!  FOR THE OLD COUNTRY  We will deliver to any part of England, Scotland or Wales, a box of FANCY.  EXPORT APPLES for $3.50. Orders must be received by us not later thar>  October 6th, and accompanied with Express Money Orders or marked cheque;  with exchange added.    WRITE THE ADDRESS PLAINLY so as to avoid  mistakes.  OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS LIMITED       Vernon, B.C.  Ranchers, Attention!  The manager of the Apple Evaporator is now ready to  buy all good culled apples, (alien, bruised, scabby or  otherwise.  This is an industry which means money found for the  rancher, and as every industry ia an asset to the city, it  is up to you Mr. Rancher to say whether these home'.  industries shall thrive or have to close up for' lack of  material;    Rush in your culls���any quantity.  The Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Corner Ellis Street and Cawston Avenue.  Kelowna Opera House  Tuesday, Oct. 3rd  The United Producing Company offers  Dorothy LaVern, William Sauter  and Capable Cast  in the success of successes  Pego'  Heart  The delightful Comedy of Youth  The play that appeals to every class of theatre-goer  SPECIAL SCENERY & EFFECTS  Prices $1, 75c.  Children, 25c  Seats on sale at Crawford's store THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1916  KELOWNA   ftfiCOM  PAGE THREE  77he early fall  ^millinery modes  are departures  from, siyfe precedent  INTERESTING  ' ASSORTMENTS  are nou) ready in great  variety. Black and colored "Velvets and Felts  both trimmed and untrim-  med.  1/   tiMireo    .  Phone 361  Kelowna  A Bargain in Crockery  YV/E have secured a Bankrupt Stock consignment of  v" Dishes in Blue and Gold band pattern. These  will be offered for a short time only, in sets of 110  pieces, at $12.75 per set. Call early as we have only a  'few sets at this low price. Following is detailed a  Sample Set:  1 doz. 6-inch plates    $130        .90       1.10       1.35       1.50       1,00   60  2  Flat Dishes, 12 z 14-inch              1.25  2 Bakers                   55   55   20   50  1 Kckle    50   30        .90        .40  Kelowna Furniture Company  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.       Delivery prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES - ��� - Managing-Director  Occidental Fruit Co., Limited  KELOWNA OKANAGAN CENTRE PENTICTON  CANNERS AND SHIPPERS  Apples  Onions  Bought for Cash  ��>      >>  ��>  ����  Canning Tomatoes    ���  This is the way to sell  Occidental Fruit Co., Limited  ELLIS STREET  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. Steuart, of Summerland, is  the guest of Mrs. A. Peabody.  Jim Harvey was a visitor in  town Sunday, ftom Vernon.  Mr. John Dilworth, of Victoria,  is a visitor in Kelowna this week.  Mr. R. H. Helmer, of Summer-  land, was a visitor in town this  week.  Miss Mary McCullough, of North  Bruce, Ont., is visiting with Mrs.  H. H. Millie, whom we are glad to  say ia tast recovering from her recent illness.  Scholars of ihe Baptist Sunday  school are requested to note the  change in hours. School no longer  meets in the morning but at 2,30  sharp in the afternoon.  On Sunday next the Bishop of  Kootenay ia visiting the parish  and will, conduct service in the  English church at 11 a.m. In the  evening at 7.30 there is to be a  confirmation service,  Master Ivor Thomas, a nephew  of Chief Thomas, arrived last Sunday from Darien (Dalney), Manchuria, He will probably reside  here for a year or two in order to  attend school.  The girls of the Volunteer Reserve got together Tuesday night  and game a dance in honor of the  visiting soldiers, in the Morrison  Hall. The boys expressed their  pleasure at such a pleasant and  unexpected entertainment.  The members of the senior  lodge l.O.G.T. spent an interesting  evening on Tuesday, when Mr. K.  lawasihita, of the Japanese store,  read a paper on " The Regeneration of Japan," afterwards reciting  two selections from classical Japanese literature.  The cannery.is suffering from  want of help to peel tomatoes.  Wages being earned average from  $10 to $19 per week. Anyone living far from the cannery will be  transported by motor car free both  morning and night for the next  two weeks.  The United Young Peoples'  League will hold it's regular weekly meeting in the Methodist Church  on Monday, at 8 p.m. The speaker will be the? Rev. Mr. Braden,  and the subject: "After Prohibition : What > "   Come.  As a reault of the efforts of six  young lady collectors on the first  day of the fair $80 was collected  for the purpose of sending hampers to Canadian prisoners of war.  Of this sum $2 was paid for advertising, and $15 handed over to  the Women's Institute, for providing and sending parcels to their  adopted prisoner Harry Chaine.  The balance of the money was  forwarded the Daily Graphic Fund  for providing hampers for friendless prisoners of the Canadian  forces. The names of the young  ladies who collected follow: Miss  M. Barlee, Miss R. Butler, Miss D.  Forrest, Miss W. Jones, Miss A.  de Phyfferand Miss U Whitehead.  nf Gordon Stirling  on Active Service  The sad news has come to hand  this week, that still another Kelowna  hero' has lost his life in the great  conflict. Lieut. Gordon Stirling,  M.C., has already been mentioned  in these columns as having won  honor and distinction by hia brave  and gallant conduct on the field,  having been awarded the coveted  honor of the Military Croas. He  is now reported to have made the  supreme sacrifice of his life though  details of the circums'ancea are  not yet available. Lieut. Stirling,  who waa a nephew of Mr. T. W.  Stirling, was well-known in Kelowna, having resided here for some  years. He was one of the first to  voluntees for service overaeas, and  his memory will long live in the  district as one of the finest type of  young Englishmen who are showing that the gallant traditions of the  race are not forgotten. Foremost  as he was here in Kelowna in all  manly athletic sports, it is safe to  say that no more brave and courageous officer has ever fought in  the service of his country.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  Mr. Simpson, of Benvoulin, is  leaving this week for Grand Forks.  A large bunch of boj-s from the  ".Kelowna company "of the 1 72nd  ���re in town this week.  The Fire Brigade bo s are holding a dance in the Morrison Hall  on Thursday, October 12th.  Mrs. Currell. who has been staying in Kelowna for aome time  past, left for Winnipeg Tuesday  morning.  Beginning next Sunday morning  the services at the Catholic church  will commence at 10.30 instead of  10 o'clock as heretofore.  Mons. Leterm, Vicar-General of  the Victoria diocese haa been visiting in Kelowna during the past  week, being the guest of the Rev.  Father Verbeke.  A special Harvest Thnnksgiving  service is to be held in the English  church to-night at 7.30. The Rev.  H. Solly, of Summerland, will be  the speaker.  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fummerton  and family arrived in town this  week from Albcrla. Mr. Fummerton is busy at present fixing up his  new department store in the Crow-  ley Block.  {[Mrs. Mackness, who has been  staying with her daughter Mrs.  Jerman Hunt, lor several months  past, left for England Tuesday,  motoring as far as Vernon accompanied by Mr. and Mra. Hunt.  Mr, Wm. Sauter, so well known  to Kelowna audiences, is appearing  again in the local opera house  next Tuesday evening with the  United Producing Co.'s attraction-  " Pi g o' My Heart."  Residents of the extensive poultry farming district of Woodlawn  have been greatly troubled of late  with the odoriferous, omnivorous  and pestiferous skunks. Who .vas  the fellow that went into the yard  Tuesday morning to shoot one of  the animals with a rifle loaded  with the shells wrong way round I  Mrs. G. W. A. Potter, of Saskatoon, Sask., arrived in town last  week and is the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. M. A. Berard, of Benvoulin.  She is on her way back to the  prairies after a lengthy vacation,  visiting friends and relatives in  Vietoria, Vancouver and other  coast cities.  Pretty Local Wedding  GLADMAN -LLOYD-JONES  A pretty wedding was solemnized on Saturday, the 23rd inst.,  at St. Michael and All Angels'  Church, the bride being Mary  Helena Kathrene, eldest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Lloyd-Jones  of this city, and the bridegroom  Mr. Gordon Goodwin Gladman,  C.E, and inspector of munitions,  son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Glad-  man, of Peterboro, Ont. The bride  was given away by her father, her  sister Miss Lottie being bridesmaid.  Mr. Alan. K. M. Roberts, of the  local branch of the Bank of Commerce acted as best man. The  officiating clergyman was the Ven.  Archdeacon Greene, recter of the  parish. Only the members of the  family and several friends were  present at the church and at the  breakfast at the home of the bride's  parents. The bride, who ia a general favorite, was the recipient of  many valuable and beautiful presents. Early in the afternoon the  happy couple left by car for Vernon where they took the train for  Peterboro, Ont, their future home.  AUCTIONEER  i have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering  business, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implement* And Household Furniture; and thia experience ia  ut your disposal. It meana  better reault* from your auction aale*.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should aee or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195, Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. G. W. CUNNINGHAM  Pendozi Street, is acting  as agent in  Kelowna and will make   all   arrangements for the conducting ot aales  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is tbe most modern type.  M'Qaiys  M$QI2$G w^ ta^e extra 'ar^e P"*ce8 ��*  * v��*~jio    wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  ���xwxicxmxaaa^^  W. R. GLENN <5c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Implement Department  Potato Diggers Feed Cutters     "   Root Pulpers  Stock Racks        Buggies        Democrats  Webber Wagons  John Deere Plows     Delaval Cream Separators  Harness Department  Heavy and Light Harness Blankets 1  Whips        Riding Bridles  Trunks Suit Cases Club Bags  ugs  vximmamKXK^^  0& LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely  equipped  to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock  of  local  and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND   WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  \%J        a      I    Buggies, Democrats  W anteCl   Single  Work  Wa-  ________________�����������________���   gons, Double Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer  I PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  { WANTED! )  FOR   SALE  BICYCLE FOR SALE���Three Speed  Coaster Huh. Cost 865. Ai good  iiH new, will sell {or $45. Also  Ensign l'ost Card size folding cam-  mi.     Apply to Record Ollice.  MANGELS FOR SALE - About 2n  tone, to be ready for delivery about  the l">th of October. What offers.  P.O. Box 448. Kelowna.  FOR SALE -Ford car, $300.    Everything  in    good    running    order.      Apply    D.  Leckie  -1-1(1  FOR SALE��� Jersey    heifer,   six   months  old, from a good one.    Pitt, Rutland.  44-6P  FOR   SALE���Heavy   team,   wagon   and  harness, $250.    Phone 183. 45-6  PRIVATE  SALE OF FURNITURE at  Mrs. Oxley's, Beach Avenue, from 10 to  12 daily.  . x  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, ranch livestock man (mairieil)  Must be a good milker and thoroughly  experienced in care ot cows and pigs  Apply, giving references aud experience,  to Box A, Record. 34tf  WANTED, middle-aged Woman for general housework. Small family. Apt ly  Mrs. J. Mormon, R. R. No. I, Kelowna.  44tf  WAN I ED, at once, a capable Girl to do  housework. Apply tu Mrs. McLoughry,  Bernard Avenue. 44-5p  WANTED, Teamster lor ranch woik nt'ai  Kelowna. Wages $40 per month and  board.    Apply   P.-o. Bjx 274, Kelowna.  45  TO KENT  FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, about  3 miles from Kelowna.    Owner  serving  in army. Apply P.-o. Box 274, Kelowna.  4J  MISCELLANEOUS  SEALED TENDEBS, superscribed  'Tender Ior South Okanagan School,"  will ho received by the Honourable,  the Minister of 1'ublic Works up lo  13 o'clock noon of Friday, the 18th  day of October, 1916, tor lire erection  and completion of a two-room school-  house nnil wrroil shul ut South-Oknn-  rig���, in the Okanagan Electoral Wat-  riot .  Plana, ipeolnoatlonB, oontraot, ond  forms of tender may be seen on nnil  after the 26th duy of September, 1916,;  ���t the offioes of I.. Norris, Government Agent, Vernom J. Muhony, Government Agent, Court-House, Vancouver; C 0, Fuller, Secretary of School  Hoard, Okanagan Mission, .nd the  Department ol: Public .Works, Victoria.  By application to tho undersigned,  contractors cun obtain n copy of tho  rrlrrns and specifications for thc sum  of ten dollars (��10>. which will be ro-  (iimled on their return In good order.  |5noh proposal must bo accompanied  by an accepted bank cho pie, made pay  able to the Honourable the Minister  .rf Public Works, tor a sum equal   to  twenty     '     cent,    ol    tender,  which  shall be forfeited if tho party tender-  in:; rler-Hne to enter into contract  when calleVl upon to do so, or if he  fail to complete the work contracted  for. Tho cheques of unsuccessful len-  ilcrrrs will be returned to them upon  lire execution of the contrnr-t.  Tenders will not .be considered unless  mud I on tIn- forms supplied,,signed by tho actual signatures ofthe ten-  direr, and enclosed in lhe envelopes  furnished,  The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted.  .1. V.. GRIFFITH,  Deputy Minister of Publio  Works Engineer,  Departmentoi Publio Works.  Victoria B.C., September 23rd, 1910.  43-7.  WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 acre  ot land in Saskatchewan. Property  fenced, running writer, good iranB  portation, part plowed, fair build  ings, for small fruit farm. What of  fers.    Apply Box 251 Kelowna,    4(itf  FOR SALE OR EXCUANGE.-160  acres at South Okanagan. Have a  clear title, free from all encumbrance,  taxes paid up. Would sell cheap for  caah or exchange for cattle. Apply  P. 0. Box 2M. l-tl.  LOS r���Between Kelowna and Ellison,  via cemetery and dry valley, a Bro  Light Waterproof Overcoat. $3 reward  for return to G. Whelan or Record  Office. 43  TENDEKS ARE 1NVI I El) for a supply  of Wood of 100 ricks, lor tire Kelowna  Creamery, Lt<L, to be delivered and  paid for monthly. Cottonwood not ac  cepted. Tenders to be in by lire 1st  October, 1916. 44.5  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.-Take  notice that I am net responsible for any  debt contracted by any member of rr.y  family or any other person, unless so  ordered by lire.    M. A. Berard.    45-8p  WANTED, one dozen Kosecomb Brown  Leghorn Hens. Must he good. Write  E. S. Gardiner, Kelowna. 45p  FOR SALE  or Exchange for House & Lot in town  20-Acie Ranch  at Gleurosa, near  Westbank  Aboul 8 acre! in apples, five ami six years  planted; an Eight-roomed house; live-  stall cow house ; Stable ; Pig Houtie ; Fowl  House. The whole twenty acres are fenced. Gocd water. Cut about ten tons of  hay yearly. litis could be extended to  thirty tons. Most suitable for Dairy Farming.  No reasonable offer refused  Apply 534, Harvey Avenue,  Kelo  45 P  r  KEL0WNA-WEST  BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows :  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3,30 p.m.  ���    Westbank 9.30 a.m. 4 p.m.  EXTKA SERVIOE ON  WEDNESDAY 8c SATURDAY  Leaces Keloicna II a.m.  Leaoes Wcstbanh 11.30 a.m.  TERMS  CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone 108 or Phone 100  NOTICE TO C0NTBA0T0BS  SOUTH OKANAGAN SCHOOL  MARES PERFECT BREAD  Envelop  es  You will be wise to anticipate your want a of (Envelopes for at least Iwrlve  months. 1 he prices have  advanced greatly and are  still going up.  We have just received' a  lurge shipm.tit and for one  week will sell th( in at  75c a box.  P. B. Willits & Co.  -  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "BB PREPARED"  KELOWNA  TROOP  Troop First:    Sell Last!  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1916  S ! 1ELL ���On Tuesday, Srptemhn  26tli, to Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Gil  mom Stiell, a daughter.  Glenview Dairy  When ordering  MiLK, order   the   BEST;   the  cost  is just tlie same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  l..tM4f^^4f^..��..tt..f..t,.%:f,..%..B"%..9ll%"W*4  '���     PROFESSIONAL AND *���  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitois,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, ii B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C  E. C. WEDDELL  8AKKISTEH, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willits Block   ���   Keloicna, U.C  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  had resumed  his teaching classes and will  receive   prrpils   as   before  in   Iris   studio  trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  P. W. GROVES  M. C.ir. Soc. C.E.  Consulting CiDil and HijiIihuIIc  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report, on Irrisation Works  Applications for Wstrr I  KELOWNA. B.C,  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  V. 0. Box mfl 'Phone An  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR t, BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.H.W.  Gives lessons in  Voice Production & Singing  100, Graham Street, N��� Kelowna  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Auction Sale  At the Commercial Livery Stable,  Kelowna, on Saturday, September 30th, nt 2 p.m., when tlie  following articles will he Bold :  4 Livery Horses, I Surrey, I Single lop  ^"Kgy. I two-horse Dfay, 2 sets Democrat  Harness, I set of Driving Harness, 2 sets  Single Harness, 3 Saddles, I Writing Ursk  and a Lot of Small   I ools.  Terms 60 DayB   on   Furnishing Approved  Bankable Noics  J. C STOCKWELL -  Auctioneer  Orders by command for the week  ending October 7th, 1916.  Duties: Orderly Patrol for tho Nteek  Otters, noxt for duty, Curlews.  Parades: Four Patrols will [ -u'rule  at the Club Rooms on TuejUv, On*  3rd at 7 p. m. sharp; tha oil er three  Patrols will parade at tho Club  Room on Wednesday, Oct. -tth, at 7  p.m. sharp. Tho names of tho  Patrols will lie given to the leaders  some time beforo the parade*.  Tho'Troop will parade at the Club  Room Saturday, October 7th, at iJ.3Q  p. in. sharp. All of .hose phrndea  will be full dress uniform witli s'.avi-s  You will note the orders nre that tho  parades will bo held at a certain timo  harp. This.is the last time we Hope  lo havo to use this word in connection with a parade. !f a time is  given for a parade i' is understood  that   it   is to be sharp at that time.  There js not much wrong with tho  troop that is punctual, and you can  be unpunetual by being too early as  well as too late, although it is much  bet/tei* to err on the early Bide than on  the late.  Wo havo a new system for marking  now, inasmuch as at each pnrado wo  arc giving marks for conduct und neat  ness, as well aa for attendance. Tho  maximum marks for each <>f tneso at  a parade will bo three, so that a  scout iu his neat full ir-jai uniform,  present on time, nnd whose conduct is  satisfactory will obtain nine marks at  a parade, apart from anything special  on for that particular parade.  Auction  at the residence of the late Lieut  A. H. BELL, Okanagan Mission  on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5  at 1.30 p.m.  i have received instructions from  Lhe executors of tho estate tu sell at  Public Auction on the above-mention*  ed day the following list ol articles  und hope the public will patronize the  sale.  r*layer Piano and Records, ooai  *bUU; Uurney-Uxiuru six-hole Kan--  witn copper reservoir; Uxiortf OPtfU  lire neater, lor wood or coal, Double  uarieUed bliot Ouu by Lancaster^ Cum  $1110; Ittifrigeiulur; Pair Uuuulo Horn  Harness; aiugiu Driving Harness; '*  now Doors; Saddle; Ladies baOCUti  Oramaphune and .Records; Oak v .ii;.  uuicr; Oak Dresser and I uinuiodo,  irin lied, spring und iiiuLUesses; .  Cot Beds and M.altressm; 2 hiug.e  Multresses; i'uldiug Curd 'table; itoii  lop Desk; Child's Crib; Clocks; Pour  1'isluug liodfl; Elevator Clothes liae��,  2 Cunip Chairs; Aneroid; ii 'tennis  Racquets; Wood Heater uud Pipe*,  UniUonier; Chamber bet; Washstaud,  Lamps; \el\et Pile Carpet; Lurgi  Wardrobe; Clothes Basket; Cream ( an,  Stone Churn; Stone Crock; Meat  Cutter; ,Cdaus dealers; Ice Creum  (freezer; Kitchen Tin and Iron Ware,  Kitchen Table and Chuirs; 3 Wicker  Chairs; Morris Chair; Dining Chairs;  Lot of Hooks; ��et Pire Irons; Portable  Bath; 2 Small Baths; Lot Brica-brae  2 Hand Grips; Bed Pan; Coal liod;  Ice Tonga; Saddle Bags; Oil lleater;  Cartridge Bag; Basket Trunk; Opera  Glasses; Trunk; Childs Hummock; .Rug;  Boots' and Leggings; Plate Camera;  Linoleum; Cabinet Sewing Machine;  Hand Sewing Machine; Lawn Mower  Shoe Repairing Outfit; Shovels; Hakes';  Hoes; 200-lb. Steel Yards; Neck Yoke  and Single Trees; Chicken Wire; Lumber; Old Buggy; Grindstone; Wood  Kegs; Vioe; Churn; 3 Cow Chains;  Fence Wire :Hay Pork, Cable and  Carriage; Logging Chains, Nose Bags;  Cross-cut Saw; Logging Tongs; Wire  Cable; Tent; Foot Warmer; Dynamite  Tent Frames.  TERMS:-|t0 and under Cash. Over  that amount, three months credit on  furnisjhing joint approved notes at 7  per cent, interest.  J. C STOCKWELL - Auctioneer  The hares, Patrol bttutei? Cloves  and Uu Moulin, at tho ^Bijyelu Paper  Chase on Saturday, ltd a voi'v 1 ng  and exciting chase; in 'ait '.hi bounds  thought they were being led down to  Penticton. The hares werti easily In  ahead oi thu hounds us the latter had!  been obliging enough to follow up  every false trail which had been laid  This hares will be awarded ten marks,  each, and the following hout'dg, who  took part, 5 marks each: Second DuMoulin, und Scouts Dykes, Marshall,  and Ferguson.  The Wolves, Eagles and Wood-Pigeons wore the only patrols who wore  uhlo to furnish teams for the relay  bicycle and running races at the Fall  Fair sports on. Tuesday, although 'the  latter patrol in tho bicycle race only  had two members of their own patrol,  and to each scout who took part in  these races will be awarded 25 marks,  You will note wo are giving tho "also-  rans" tho same marks as the winners,  because it was not their fuult that  they did not win; thoy did their best.  We congratulate the Wolves on winning both relays, and this puts th. a  off on u flying start for the competition for tho shield, because you will  note that they also obtained twenty  marks at tho paper chase on Saturday. The holder of the shield is also  to be Color Patrol of the 'Troop,  which is the most honorable position  a Patrol can attain. We hope to announce the holder of the shield for the  season of'1916, very shortly.  Tho Scouts who obtained the marks  at tho races are, Patrol Leader Groves  50,( Second DuMoulin 50, Scout Dykes  50, Scout J, Parkinson 50, Acting  Patrol Leader Snashall 50, Second  Duggan 50, Scout Gaddes 50, Scout  Small 50, Patrol Leader Caldor 50,  Scout Whitehead 15, Scout Stilling-  fleet 25, Scout Reggie Weddell 25,  Second 8, Groves 25, and Second L.  Gaddes 25.  Badges     won during tho week hi  beon the "Rescuer" by Scout T. Taylor  of the    Curlews, and Scout F. lVliili  head of the Wood-Pigeons, before M  ���I.    P.   Burno as examiner.     As    the  requirement     for     the    Second  Class,  Badge that a scout must have $1    i  the bank has now been abolished, t'  following   scouts   are entitled to   this  Badge,   as thoy   have paBsed   all   the  other    tests:       Scouts    Krimmer and  Mantle of the Kangaroos.  Wo shall take tests for the Marksman's Badge if any wish to try, on  Saturday o! this week, and all' candidates, must Kand us their names \>y  Friday as instructions will have to b<  given with regard to the targets.  In accordance with the orders jrivpn  last week, all Patrol Leaders and Seconds are to meet at tho Club Room  on Friday of this week. Wo hope that  every officer of the Troop will be  preeeot.  At Breakfast Time, at Lunch Time  at Dinner Time, at Supper  Time or at Bed Time  There is not a thing you can think of that is more  appetizing, more nourishing or more wholesome  for the whole family, from grandmother right down  to tiny tots, than Pure Okanagan Honey. As a food,  as a dessert, a relish, or a medicine, you can t beat it.  PURE OKANAGAN  HONEY  Comb, in regular equates.  25c  12-ounce Glass Jars   20c  16-ounce Glass Jars  25c  Pint Glass Jars  50c  Quart Glass Jars   90c  2_-pound Tin Pails  60c  5-pound Tin Pails  $1.10  Ask for PURE OKANAGAN HONEY  Remember, last call for Preserving Peaches this week  The McKenzie Co., Lcl.  Phone 214  Our motto: " Quality and Service '  Aeroplanes  aro manufactured from British  Columbia. Spruce, because it is  light and strong. I am using il  for the same reason  in  making  Fruit Ladders  All sizes from 8 to I 4 feet, made  fr  m an improved design which  is giving   great   satisfaction  Furniture, Awnings, Screen  Doors and Windows, Sash  and Doors  HEPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  One cloorsouth of Firehall,   Phone 312  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Cuftl miuimg righti of the Doin.aion  iu Manitoba, Saahatchewaa und Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-  west Territories, and in a portion ol  tlie Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rentul of 91 a��  acre. Not more than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applioamt.  Applications for the lease must h%  made by tho applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which the rights applied for art  situated.  In surveyed territory, the laid must  be described by sections, or legal eub-  riivnions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be' staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application muBt be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will he  refunded if the right applied for ar*  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rats of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine itWl  furnish the agent with sworn ret oral  acc0unting for the full quantity o!  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal miniag  rights are not being operated, si  returns Bhall be furnished at least onflg  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre,  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of thp Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B. ���Unauthorized publication: ol  this advflrtisflment will nnl be paid for.  Only one per centt of the male ipopu-  lation of Australia were born m Gep-  marny or Austria, and at regards females, scarcely more than half of one  per cent, are of German of Austrian  birth.  J. M. CROFT |  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  JAPAN RICE  6c per Ib. (the superior quality)  RICE BRAN  IJjC   per   lb. (an economical  food  for  the chickens)  The Japanese Store  Leon Ave., Kelowna  ,/  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate! Furnished for all classes  Qf work  Private Sale  Dining Table, 6 Leather Upholstered Chairs, Bed, Mattress,, '3res-  ser, 100 feet of hose, Oil Heater,  2-hole Oil Stove (Perfection No. 2)  with oven, and other articles.  H. A. BURBANK  Woolsey Ave., opposite new school  <  Ladies   Wishing   to   Order  SP1KELLA   C.OB8ETS  oan meet  MBS. J. H. DAVIKS  in Boom No. 1. Oak Hall ltlnr*, between the hours ol 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  oa Saturday    ol Meh week, or   t/ty


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