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 iveluttma  (Vw-  ,'^jp  1���  VOL. IX, NO. 47.  feELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER II, 1917.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Ellison Farmers Complete New Dam  a ���������������  Storage Capacity Will Be  Greatly Increased  The water users of Ellison district are congratulating themselves  upon the successful completion a  lew day. ago erf the new dam at  the headquarters of .Scolfy Creek,  which will greatly increase their  water supply. Taking a lesson from  the serious water shortage of the  preaent season, the users have  joined themselvrs together to face  the situation ond to increase their,  storage facility. The new dam will  raise lite amount of water held  back I" something like 500 acre  feet,. It lyis been put in at a cost  of $2,000, the fund having been  raised hy proportionate contribution from each ot the users. One  . thousand acres are covered by  the system, and each rancher will  be assessed at the rate of $2 per  acre.  The construction of the dam  has been very carefully carried out  under the direction of district engineer F. W. Groves. It is an earth  dam 220 feet in length, 40 feet  wide at the foundation and tapering to a width of 6 feet at the top.  It has a height of 9} feet. It is  fitted with a concrete outlet with  proper regulating valve.  Offers Prize For Rest Fail  Wheat  Hon.  John   Oliver,  minister of  agriculture, announced   at the annual fall fair of the Notth and South  Saanich . Agricultural  Association  on  Saturday,  lhat   the   provincial  government   would   give   a   gold  medal for the best resulis pn.tluced  from one hundred pounds of special fall wheal seed to be given free  by lhe department of agricultuie.  Delivery of a consignment   Irom  ithe   Frondeg   Farm "is   expected  I within a few days and. the minister  | stated that Just aa a .on ns he could  'get   the   assurance   from    fartne|��  'that thev would at least experiment  with   the   seed,   tlie   gcveinment  would present 100 pounds to each  foi that purpose.  Farmers who are desirr i a ol  taking the 100 pounds nf frer set d  for fall sowing and incident! ]!y n  chance at the gold m< dal, are le-  commenbVd to get in touch with  the minister at the earliest possible  moment.  CP.R. Telegrapher's Dispute  Settled  It is announced through the labor  department that the C.P.R. end its  telegraphers have agreed to accept  the award of the board of conciliation appointed under the Industrial  Disputes Act to investigate the  claim of the employees for an increase in wages.  Station agents and assistants,  operators, train despatches and  linemen, members of the Order of  Railroad Telegraphers, are affected  by the finding, which was as  follows:���  That an increase in pay for station agents, operators, relief agents  and linemen be not less than 12  per cent, upon their present monthly rates and the increase for train  despatchers be not less than 12  per cent, upon their present rate.  The board also found that other  requests of the employees be not  recommended at the present time  but that they be reserved for future  negotiations between the parties  concerned.  The employees asked for an increase of 25 per cent, in wages.  Over 3,000 are affected and full  compliance with their demands  would have meant increased compensation amounting to $500,000.  It is announced that the total  enlistments of the Australian forces  now aggregate 306,000 men.  Xanada's Greatest Airman and Fiance  America's 20,000 Airplanes  Under Construction  Twenty thousand airplanes for  America's fighting forces in France  authorized in the $640,000,000  aviation bill passed by Congress  last July are under actual construction.  The necessary motors also are  being manufactured, Secretary Baker announced, and the whole aircraft programme has been . so coordinated that when planes and  motors are completed, trained  aviators, as well as machine guns  and 'all other equipment, will be  waiting for them. "When this nation's army moves up to participate  in the fighting," the secretary said,  the eyes ot her army will be  ready. Within a reasonable time,  considering the period for preparation, this cbuntry will send its first  airplanes to Europe, This airplane  from the tip of its propeller to' the  engine, machine gun and camera,  will have been made in the United  States."  A high official of the admiralty  says that more Germanlsubmarines  have been sunk during the past  three months than during any similar period.  The Duke of Devonshire, at noon  last Thursday, on the advice ofthe  cabinet council, dissolved the  twelfth Parliament of Canada. The  writs for the election will be issued  and the date fixed later. It is not  expected, howeuer, that the election  will be held before January.  Poolville, Tex., has raised a  $ 1246.50 to be paid for the delivery  of the German Kaiser into the hands  of the American authorities.  Practically every male resident of  the town contributed to the fund.  Who are expected^to wed before his return to the'Jront.  Miss Margaret Burden is a Toronto girl.  Kelowna Lady Dies  at Vancouver  Musical Recital at  St. Michael's Church  The death took place Friday  last at Vancouver of Mrs. Mary  Wardlaw, widow of the late Thos.  Wardlaw, of Kelowna. Mrs. Ward-  law went down to the coast about  a month  ago  for the  purpose of  undergoing  a  serious   operation, .      ��� ,  following which she showed con-showed a  ctrefu lly-selected num-  Under the musical direction of  Mr. Laurence Blacknell, organist of  St. Michael's Church, who left for  the coast yesterday, a recital was  held last Thursday evening in the  church which was filled to capacity.  The programme, which follows,  siderable improvement. Complications, however, arose which  resulted in her death Friday.  The Wardlaws were well known  in the Kelowna district and were  a Scotch family coming here from  the old country about nine years  ago. Since her husband's death  about two years ago Mrs. Wardlaw  has continued to live at their ranch  up in the hills near McCullough  station. The district around there  is a favorite one for shooting and  many is the hunting party which  has profited by her hospitality.  Two sons, David and James,  both of Kelowna, are the only surviving members of the family.  One son, Tom, was drowned in a  boating accident on the lake some  six years ago,  Sunday Boat Service Stopped  After this week the boat service  up and down the lake on Sunday  will be discontinued, according ta  instructions which have been received today by the local C.P.R.  agent. *  ���' 0  j iiThere was an unprecedented attendance at the local Baptist church  last Sunday evening* on the occasion of \ Harvestii,Thankagiving,  and seats had to be improvised  with boards and driving rugs.  Scene from the wonderful " Birth of a Nation " to be shown in Kelowna next week  ber of items, which were rendered in excellent style by some of  the most proficient artistes in town,  the splendid lofty church lending  itself to the heavier organ music.  Mr. Drury Price handled his  bow with his usual effectiveness,  Mrs. J. Harvey contributing the  vocal items, whilst Mrs. J. Burne,  Mrs. L. Stocks and Miss Burne  were at the piano, Mr. Blacknell,  of course, presiding at the organ.  The evening, which was thoroughly appreciated by the audience  was given in aid of church funds,  which benefitted to the extent ot  about $76.  Organ Solo, Grand Ckoeur Hollins  Mr. Blacknell  Violin Solo, Ave Maria  Back-Gounod  Mr   Price   ^^^^^  Vocal Solo, Hold Thou my Hand...Briggs  Mrs. J. Harvey  Piano Duet and  Organ, Unfinished Symphony, 1st Movement  Schubert  Mra.-ana Mits Burne and Mr. Blacknell  Violin Solo, Sonata in G minor Tartini  Mr. Price  Organ Solo.- ^^^^^^^^^^  (a) Prelude in D minor Bach  (b) At Sunaet Catty-Sellart  Mr. Blacknell  Piano Duet  and  Organ, Unfinished Symphony, 2nd Movement  Schubert  Mrs. and Mias Burne and Mr. Blacknell  Violin Solo, Meditation trom "Thais"  Mr. Price [Marstnet  Vocal Solo, Let ut have peace Ball  Mrs. J. Harvey  Organ Solo, Imperial March Elgar  Mr. Blacknell  God Save the King  News of Near  Neighbours  The legal dispute between the  Okanagan United Growers and  Graham Company, of Belleville,  Ont., has been adjourned sine die,  and will be resumed about the end  of the month.  Owing to some bad slides which  have taken place lately on the  KVR about 25 miles east of  Hope, traffic has been seriously  interfered with duiing the past  week. The bridge at that point  was pnrtinlly destroyed and for  several days all traffic had to be  diverted.  The engagement is announced  in the Surnrnerland Review of Mr.  L. Race Dtiurobin, to Miss Clous-  ton. Mr. Dunrobin is well known  in Keiowna owing to his connection with local theatrical productions. The wedding is to take place  fit once when Mr. Dunrobin and  his bride will go to Calgary to fulfil an engagement with a theatrical  company.  First Glass of Recruits to  Be Galled Saturday  The first class of recruits under  the Military Service Act will be  called up 'on Saturday, October  13th, A proclamation will be  issued on that date notifying men  in Class I that within a specified  time they are either to report for  military duty or to file a claim for  exemption. Class I comprises  those who have attained the age  of 20 years, and were born not  earlier than the year 1883, are unmarried, or are widowers but have  no children.  With the proclamation calling up  the men will also be published the  regulations by which the tribunals  appointed to hear applications for  exemptions will be governed.  From the medical point of view'  men who have submitted themselvs  for examination are divided into  various categories. Only " A  men���those fit for general service  overseas���will actually be called to  the colors. All within class one  should, however, send in a report  for service or a claim for exemption. The certificate of the medical board is to be attached.  Rutland News  (From oar own enBvwooastsail.  The Rev. A. Evans will   oct npy  the pulpit at the Methodist chirch  on Sunday evening.  Mrs. W. Macdonald left for  Ontario on a visit to her old home  by lust Fiiday'a boat.  Word has Deen received fiom  France lira; I'te. Loosemoie Iras  transferred lr*nn tlie Labvf bait, to  the 47rlr batt., and is now in the  trenches.  What is believed to be the lirst  mowfall in the central west occurred in Michigan last Thursday.  A law suit is in progress between  the Okanagan United Growertrei d  the Graham Evaporator Company.  Suit is being brought by the Okan  agan United Growers for failure ol  the company to take delivery ol  vegetables contracted last yeai,  while the company has entered a  counter-claim for damage through  loss by frost. W. D. H. Ladner ia  acting for the Okanagan United  Growers, and H. DeBeck for the  Evaporator Company. The case  has been adjourned sine die.  Japan Suffers From Terrific  Typhoon and Tidal Wave  The official total of casualties in  last week's terrific typhooa and  flood in Japan was announced as  2174 dead and 770 injured. In  Tokyo alone 472 were killed or  injured.  Unofficial estimates put the, list  of desd in the Tokyo prefecture  at 500. Three thousand houses  were destroyed by the typhoon in  its devastating path and 150,000  more were submerged. Two hundred thousand people in all are  homeless. Several little villages  were completely wiped off the  earth. One small island off Uru-  yasu disappeared under the tidal  wave that accompanied the typhoon, three hundred people perishing.  Women Will Help  Food Conservation  Housewives to be Asked to  Sign Pledge Cards  The women of, Canada are being appealed to by Food Control-  Hanna to join in the work of  food conservation. An organization is being formed throughout  the Dominion with the aim of  pledging every household to lhe  saving of waste in foodstuffs and  voluntary co-operation with the  Food Controller.  Through the agency of women's  organizations everywhere pledge  ciiins are being issued to be signed  by housewives, and in order that  they may be brought to the attention of every housewife in Canada  great care is being taken in the  organizing nf local commi'tees to  undertake the work of distribution  and collection.  The pledge reads: "Realizing  the gravity of the food situation,  and knewing that Great Britain  and our Allies look to Canada to  help to shatter Germany's threat  of starvation, I pledge myself and  my household to carry out conscientiously the advice and directions of the Food Controller that  requisite foodstuffs may be released  for export to the Canadian divisions, the British forces and people, and the Allied armies and  nations."  These pledge cards are to be  signed in duplicate, one to keep  and the other to be filed away at  provincial headquarters. With  these pledges goes another card to  be placed in the window of the  home as an outward and visible  sign that this household has joined  in the national organization of tha  Food Controller.  The provincial committee OB  "pood Production, Conservation  and Control" is headed by Dr. F.  Westbrook as chairman and Prof,  feasor' Klinck as secretary. Women's Institutes and similar organizations throughout the province  have been requested to take the  woVk in hand.  Last Saturday at the meeting of  the Kelowna Women's Institute  arrangements were made ,b>r the  appointment of a permanent committee, and the following have  been asked to act���Mayor Sutherland, Mr. J. W. Jones, M.P.P., Revs.  E. D. Braden, A. Dunn, Arnold  Bennett, Father Verbeke, Messrs.  G. Chick, IM. D. McTavish, D.  Leckie, W. R. Trench, G. S. McKenzie, Principal Gordon of the  Public School, Mesdames Rogers,  Dundas, Knowles, Brent, Greene,  Ball, Rowcliffe, Murdock, C. Wilson, Willits, B. McDonald and  Miss Reekie.  The committee will meet in the  Board of Trade room on Wednesday, Oetober 17th, at 4 p.m.  The war office is now taking a  million pounds of Canadian fish  wet klyfor ihe British troops in English camps. The price paid is four-  pence per pound at Liverpool,  cleaned and dressed, and it ia  hoped now to extend the purchases  for British troops in France.  By an overwhelming majority  the citizens of Quebec Friday supported the petition for the enforcement of the Scott Act in the  plebiscite. The result was not  Itogether unexpected, in view of-j  ihe activities of the clergy of all  denominations, who played an  important role in the campaign  and to them ia largely due the  victory scored by the advocates of  temperance. ,  BIRTH  KINNEAR-On Tuesday, October  9th, at the Kelowna Hospital, to  the wife of  Norman Kinnear, a  ��� daughter.   Mr. Harold R. HuMuuhead in one  of his Dickens irnpciaon.tiona PAfJF TWO  - **m   KELOWNA   RECOWJ  Thursday, Oct. 11th, 1917  "    PROFRSSIONAL AND    ���*  "        BUSINESS CARDS      *���  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  6. C. Weddell.    ���    John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  haa reaumed hi. teaching classes and will  receive   pupils  as   before in  his  studio-  Trench  Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Giotl and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surrey! and Report! on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA, B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness. Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  J.  M.  CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BkRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  Having   gone  into the   dairy  business we want  your trade.  and are prepared to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  G.W.CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant*  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Japan Rice  AS an ideal food Rice can  ' not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  7 ry our newly-arrived,clean  liiglily-poiishod Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone 112   '  KELbWNH RECORD  Published .vsry Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Fditor and Proprietor  )��S>  SUBSCRIPTION   BATEa  11,50    per   vstu.    Tfto,,    sli    months.   Unit**.  StntM 80 cents  additional.  All BuhscriDtions Davabls In advance  SuhDcrlhen at tba rwolnr ra*�� can bav��  -.icira papers mailed to friends a* a distance  it  HALF BATE. i.e.. 75 cents oer vear.  This smrial privilege Is fronted loi th*  unroots of advertises tbe ri-v ind district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE  NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC., S.5 cents ner column inch oer weak.  I.4ND AND TfMBER NOTICES-S0 dava. ����:  60 davs *7.  WATP.B NOTICEB-M lor five tosertlona.  LEGAL   AnVEBTlSlNQ-First    Insertioa.    12  osnts per line; each subssonent insertion. *  oents  oer line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS ~t c*nt��  per word    first insertion.  1  wat psr worn  ea��h subgsauent Insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENT*- Two tatm  and under. 50 cents oer inoh first inssrtlon  over two inches 40 cents per iuoh Mrs* in  sertlon: 20 cents per inch eaeh subssattsnl  insertion.  All cbanma in contract ndverttssmentii most  im in ths hands of ths printer bv T'lesdav  ���venlnir to ensure publication ia tbs Mil  issue.  ttf    Orders for  Local  Scouts  New Regulations  Were Impracticable  The possibility of a serious car  shortage during the next few weeks  prompted the C. P. R. to take  somewhat drastic measures a few  days ago. creating not a little alatm  amongst lhe fruit shippers of lhe  valley. For some time the com  pany has been issuing circulars ad  vising all shippers to load cars tt  their full capacity, so as to get the  utmost out of the available rolling  stock. Recently new orders were  issued insisting that this be done,  and agents were instructed to re<  fuse cars in wiiich the space was  not fully made use of. The minimum weight per car was also  raised.  The shippers at once saw that  these new regulations, sprung up  nn them in the middle of the shipping season, if carried out strictly,  meant a serious disruption to their  business. The Okanagan United  Growers immediately got in touch  with the provincial minister of railways, the Hon. John Oliver, pointing out that lhe whole of the crop  nf the Okanagan had already been  suld, and that the sales had been  based upon the then existing tariffs  (or carload lots. A great many of  the orders to be rilled came under  the heading of minimum carload  lots. II all cara were to be loaded  to capacity as required by the new  order, some districts would be  greatly overloaded. This would  be particularly the case in small  towns where possibly the consignee had had difficulty in getting  orders for even a minimum car ol  fruit. To send him seven hundred  or more boxes when he had only  contracted for six hundred would  be a manifest imposition.  The Okanagan shippers succeeded in en lifting the assistance of lhe  Hon. Mr. Oliver, who took the  matter up with the company, advising the shippers also that it  would be good policy to lay the  circumstances before the Board of  Railway Commissioners as coming  under their jurisdiction.  In reply to his representations to  the railway company, Mr. Oliver  was notified that the order was being subjected to considerable modification as far as it related to those  places where maximum loads  would nol applv.  At  the   matter  now   stands   it  seems  to   be   left   io   the  district  superintendent to decide to which  points less than capacity shipments  hould be accepted for.  An order-in-council has been  passed extending for a further  period of six months from October  1st, the order forbidding the entry  into British Columbia of artisans,  skilled and unskilled labor.  Announcement has been, made  by the Hon. W. J. Hanna, food  controller, that regulations recommended and approved by  order-in-council are now part of  the law of the country and as such  should be enforced by the regular  police authorities'.  Ford Car  FOR SALE  in first-class   repair   and  condition  Apply  F. R. E. DeHART  ���*�� prepared'      Kelowna Troop   . Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.   Oct. 9th, 1917  Orders by command for week  ending 20th October, 1917.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week, Eagles; next for duty, Otters.  PARADES: The combined  troop will parade at the clubroom  on Tuesday, the 16th, and Saturday, the 20th of October, at 7.15  p.m. and 2.30 p.m. respectively.  Uniform optional on Tuesday and  compulsory on Saturday.  Scouts will please notify all parents and others interested of the  annual meeting of the local Association to be held at the clubroom  on Thursday, the 18th of October,  at 8 p.m.  Commissioner Heneage has returned to Victoria from the east  and we have just received official  notification of the award of four  silver crosses to members of our  troop under the circumstances of  which you have all heard before  and we extend our most sincere  congratulations to the winners of  this honor. The official notification  dealing with these awards and the  others made for Canada at the  same time, is as follows:  " His Excellency the Duke of  Devonshire, as Chief Scout for  Canada, has been pleased to award  the following medals : Silver Crosses, Troop Leader P. A. DuMoulin,  Patiol Leader G. F. Groves, Second  L. DuMoulin, Scout J. D. Groves,  all of Kelowna. B.C., for rescuing  a boy who had broken through  the ice on Okanagan Lake on 2nd  of March, 1917. The rescue was  effected with imminent risk to all  four boys who showed remarkable  resource and intelligence.  Patrol Leader Frank B. John  stone, of Toronto, who rescued a  ydung lady from drowning in the  Scugog river near Lindsay, Ont.  Johnstone who is only IS years of  age, brought the young lady ashore  from weeds and after a struggle  Scout Ralph Browned, of Toronto  who assisted in rescuing a man  from Lake Muskoka,  In the latter two awards His Excellency the Chief Scout, personally made presentations at the  Provincial Rally last week at the  National Exhibition at Toronto.  Gilt medal of merit: Scout An.  drew Loster, of Balcarres, Sask.,  who on the 19th of March, 1917,  fought fire with exceptional coolness and judgment by shovelling  snow and passing buckets of  water."  Commissioner Heneage holds  the four silver crosses and has  asked to hear our wishes with re-  First-Class Attractions Visit  Kelowna Next Week  THE BIRTH OF A NATION  Twice hss the famous film " Birth  of a Nation" attempted to come  to Kelowna and each time has  been prevented by some unforseen  catastrophe. The first time the  freezing of the lake prevented its  appearance, and the second time  the Opera House burnt down a few  nights before it should have been  here. It is announced again for  Monday, October 15th, and this  time it is hoped that the fates will  be more kind.  ^Everybody interested in the war  finds in D. W. Griffith's spectacle  a thrilling association with the issues of today. Ihe great crisis of  1861-70 as pictured in the play  have their leasonsfor the Canadians  of today. The North and the South  in internecine struggle; the strategy  of the Petersburg campaign ancTof  Sherman's march to the sea; Lee's  surrender to Grant, and the aftermath of war in the reconstruction  period; all these form a series of  miutial and political eventa that  chain the spectator's interest. Out  of the terrible conflict a new nation, united by spiritual as well as  geographical ties, was born. The  fire of American patriotism never  burned brighter than it burns today,  and the play which shows the  evolution from the past to the pre.  sent will be gladly welcomed at its  first local presentation.  HOLLINSHEAD CONCERT CO.  Wonderful success of the first  joint tour of the Hollinshead Bros.  is recorded all along the line. The  two brothers are both stars and  capable of heading their own  Companies, but have united forces  to give the concert loving public  one of the strongest and best rounded programmes ever put before  them. Redferne Hollinshead's  nan.e has become a househald  word in Canada, for he stands  alone as a tenor, his marvellous  voice electrifying hia audience. To  hear the two brothers together in  duets is necessary before the term  " blend of tone" ia understood.  Harold Hollinshead is equally at  home in song or character impersonation. Prior to his season he  has been giving the entire programme himself as is generally  known in the east aa " a programme  in himself".  Gerald Moore has been specially  engaged to accompany them on  this tour, for he is not only one of  the moat gifted accompanists buf a  solo pianist of great brilliance, and  is fast getting to the top of the ladder.  No finer combination of artists  will be heard in Kelowna this season. Reserved seats may be secured at Crawford's.  -J11M1I  JUST ARRIVED  gard to their presentation. The  Chief Scout for Canada makes  these presentations himself where  possible, but he is not likely to be  in the west for a very long time,  so we are informed.  The thanks of the troop are extended to Mrs. Keller for the presentation of a splendid framed  picture to the troop entitled "Willing to Serve." The picture shows  a recruit being brought before a  Court of Honor by another scout,  and the contrast between the two  fatter is one which should have  the earnest study of every scout.  The picture is one of the best  scout pictures we have ever seen.  Out of a possible 22, the attendance at the parade on Saturday  evening last was only 12.   These  A large" consignment of  British Made China  .-��,���*  consisting of the following patterns  White and Gold China and Semi-Porcelain  Mott Willow ��� ,, ���  Pompadour Rote ,, ���  These goods are open stock and  sold in any quantity  BUTTER CROCKS.   4 gallon, with cover.  $1.50; 5 gallon, $1.75; 6 gallon, $2  -Shelf Hardware and a variety of Smallware  always in stock. Come in and look around, you  will be sure to find something useful.  ALBERT E COX B  Under the management of Western  Canada Concert Bureau  Hollingshead  Concert  Co.  Redferne Hollingshead  Canada's Greatest  Tenor  HaroU R. Holliagstiesd  Eminent Baritone and  Character Delineator  Assisted by  Gerald Moore  Remarkable English Pianist  Wednesday, Oct 17  Reserved Seats, $1.10  Rush: Adults, SOc; Children, 55c  These prices include amusement tax   "'.  ���\'WrfNAAr\ArVUSArNi'  I  'Y//1  9  12 were asked what their good  turn had been for that day and  three of them had not at that time  any such good turn to their credit.  The other nine were as follows:  Showed a man suffering with boils  to the doctor's office; Split some  wood for his grandmother (a big  pile); Rescued a boy's lunch which  was being stolen by another boy ;  Helped a man throw a load of  boxes off a rig; Helped a man fix  up his lights in a car; Gave people  lift in a car; Want down to the  Exhibition Building for Prisoners  of War sign j Washed dishes for  his mother; Posted letters for a  man.  Kelowna Opera House  15 Mon., Oct 15  With special Matinee at 3.30  By special arrangement with Wm. Cranston Ths  United Producing Company, Ltd., Presents  T. W. Griffith's Great Spectacle  Ten times bigger and better than any circus. The full  musical score will be played by the company's musicians  10,000 people     -     3,000 horses    -     5,000 scenes  $500,000 cast  SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES  NIGHT, all seats, SOc, including tax  Special Children's MATINEE at 3.30 p.m.   Prices:  Children 25c;  Adults SOc  Book your seats at Crawford's Store EARLY  U-WaasJU..  ; Thursday, Oct. J Ith, 1917  ��    'mi ��� i.ii-.i'       .hum',  emewxA i��c��s  PACE FIVE  a*  T"  i inn  Velvet Hats, $3.50  A large selection of assorted shapes in Black  Velvet on sale this week at this remarkable  price. Many styles to choose from. Make  selection early; tf��0  Cf\  Silk Dresses specially priced  . -   -   -   tplZ.yJ   -   -  This offering presents a desirable opportunity .  to select dresses of deserving styles at an  exceptionally low price. These consist of  r Messaline Silk and Taffeta, and come in colours of Green, Brown, Saxe, Navy, and  Maroon.    Note the price. "    C/9 Ol'  New Shipment  Walk  Over  Shoa  We have just received a new shipment of "Walk-  Over Shoes." These shoes are the best money can  buy, and are made for wear and comtort, being design-  to protect the natural shape of the foot. See these  new styles in Black and Tan.  ��/   t-iM,rco    .  Phone 361  Kelowna  CREASE AND OILS PRE3T-0-UTE Exdavas*  ���CHAS. E. SMITH ��������.  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  FREE AIR SERVICE �����* **  Phones: Office 252: House 236  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.'  We have a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHINGLUMBER  of high-grade quality snd in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday (Oct. 13th)-Wm. S. Hut in " The Square Deal Man;"  " Innocent Sinners."  Tuesday���"Tillie Wakes Up," with Marie Dressier and Johnnie  s        Hines.   ,  Thursday���"The Voice on the Wire " and other pictures.  1 ��� ^  .   1  TOWN AKD COUNTRY NOTES  '                   r.  Mr. L. V. Rogers was a visitor to  Penticton Saturday.  Mr. R. N. Dundas has had the  misfortune this week to badly  sprain his foot.  Mr. R.M. Winslow, of the Mul  tual Brokers, formerly provincial  horticulturist, was in town Tuesday, v  Mr. Ben Hoy returned Friday  from a visit to the coast, where he  has been engaged as judge at some  of the fall fairs.  Miss Mae Turnbull, of Vernon,  was down last week-end over the  holiday, visiting her father and  sister.  Serg. C. Quinn, who was wounded in the hand some time ago, is  expected, home in Kelowna again  soon.  Miss Fanny Duggan'and Miss  Louie Evans returned Thursday  from a long holiday spent at  Nelson.  Miss Helena Winkelmann of the  hospital staff, returned to her home  at Nanaimo yesterday. She was  met by her mother at Nelson.  Miss E. Smith, who is visiting at  Mrs. F. M. Buckland's, has decided  to stay in Kelowna for the winter,  Miss McLaughlin came up from  Penticton to spend the week-end  with her sister, Mrs. Rowcliffe.  Miss Thompson and Miss Page  of the school staff went down to  Penticton to spend the Thanksgiving holiday.  Mr. J. B. Knowles has added  further to his laurels as a hunter  by getting his second deer this  season.- In order to prevent his  unduly bragging about the matter  Mrs. Knowles also shot one.  Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison, of  Rutland, went down to Vancouver this week, where Mr. Morrison  is consulting a specialist in regard  to his eves which have been giving  him trouble lately. They were  accompanied by Mr. and Mrs'. T.  Morrison.  The marriage took place on  Tuesday last, October 2nd, at  Seattle, of Sarah Isabel McMillan,  daughter of Mr. and Mra. D. McMillan, of Kelowna, to Samuel E.  Burks, of Seattle.  The Rev. W. Arnold Bennett  will preach in the Baptist church  next Sunday morning on the aub-  {'ect, "God's Covenant People."  n the evening he will take for his  topic, " Pride abased."  Mrs. (Dr.) Mathison, who has  been confined to the hospital-for  some weeks past with a severe  attack of bronchitis, was able to  return to her home Monday.  The United Farmers of B.C. Benvoulin Local will resume their  regular meetings in Mission Road  school on Wednesday, October  17th, at 8 p.m.  C. Winslow, a Kelowna boy who  has spent a great deal of time in  English hospitals following a bad  wound in the knee, has arrived in  Vancouver, and will no doubt be  in Kelowna soon on a visit to his  sister Mrs. Petman.  Mr. F. R. E. DeHart, who has  now entered upon his duties on  the Land Settlement Board, left  last week-end on a trip through  the valley in company with Mr.  Maxwell Smith, chairman of the  board. He was back in Kelowna  for a couple of days this week,  leaving again yesterday for the  south.  Tws Shews, IM & f.  Scftltt  Srs. Knowles, snr., went down  a coast Friday.  Mrs. G. E. Seon, jnr., left Tuesday for India.  The Bowling Alley has been  opened MP again by Mr.Jose Rossi.  Mr. D Maguire wss in town for  a faw days this week.  The name of W. T. DeHart appears in the casualty lists this week  as "seriously ill."  Mrs. Pickering returned to her  home at Penticton Monday after  undergoing a serious operation in  the Kelowna hospital.  Mrs. and Mias Gowen were passengers to Penticton Tuesday,  accompanying Mr. E. Gowen who  is returning to Fort Restitution  after a visit here.  Mr. R. C. Treherne, Dominion  entomolostisi, is on a visit to Kelowna this week.  On Sunday next at St. Andrew's,  Okanagan Mission, the Harvest  Thanksgiving service will be held  at 11 a.m.  Mr. A. W. Cooke completed the  filling of his silo Friday with his  prize-winning corn. The yield of  the acre is estimated to have  reached the unusual figure of 40  tons.  City clerk G. H. Dunn left Sun  day last for Duncans, B. C, where  he will attend the convention of  the Union of B. C. Municipalities.  He is also delegate to the Good  Roads Association convention.  The spell of exceptionally fine  weather which we have been enjoying lately has meant much for  the farmer, and especially for thi  tomatoe grower, who haa had the,  picking season thus unexpectedly  lengthened out.  Ther,e has been a noticeable filling up of vacant houses in town  during the past few weeks, and  several house hunters have lately  complained of the difficulty of finding a suitable house to rent. Most  if the new-comers are from the  prairies.  Mr. Blacknell, who has held'for  a brief time the offices of organist  of St. Michael's Church snd secretary of the Kelowna Hospital, left  yesterday with Mrs Blacknell for  Vancouver. Aa already stated,  Mr. Blacknell will become organist  pi Wesley Church there.  Owing to the unexpected withdrawal of Mr. L Blacknell, the  Hospital Society again found itself  without a secretary. Mr. G. R.  Binger has kindly undertsken to  step into the breach, snd is resigning his position as vice-president  of the board to take up the secretarial duties. Mr. Binger has for  many years taken the liveliest interest in the work of the Hospital,  and has done an enormous amount  of gratuitous work for it. His offer  therefore was readily accepted by  the board at its meeting Tuesday.  Could not the council do something to improve the drinking  fountain and watering trough on  main street? Since October first  the demands upon this public convenience have increased enormously, There seems to be something about the drawn blinds and  closed doors of the Pslace which  excites thirst, snd the natural thing  under the circumstances is to turn  to the bubbling stream at the edge  of the sidewalk. More often than  not,'however, the water is squirting  up awkwardly, and generally half,  if not all of it, is missing the trough  and turning the street into a muddy puddle.   Wanted  APPLES  For Evaporating  All kinds of Culled Apples, Fallen, Braised,  Scabby or otherwise. We  pay all freight charges  and return sacks or boxes.  Shipments received on or  after September 12.  For particular, write or phone  The Orchard City  Evaporating Co.  KELQWNA, EC.  SHAVING  Difficulties  "THERE are difficulties in shaving  *��� yourself, unless you havo a  good Razor, a good Strop aad Soap  that won't irritate your lace.  Coma m and let us talk Shaving  Supplies with you. We can show  you how to tave time, labor and  Razors $1 to $3.50  Safety Razors $2.50 to $5  P.B.WillitstCo.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19       Kelowna. B.C.  ���asj-  -���������  "WYANDOTTE"  Sanitary Cleaner & Cleanser  Suitable for all Washing, Cleansing and Purifying  Purposes and Specially Adapted for Dairy btensils.  Put up in Five Pound Sacks to sell at 50c  II you an not satisfied that it it the belt and moat unitary cleaner you  htva ever used we will give you your money back  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  BANK OF MONTREAL  ���srtABUsna to* yea*s (ism-isit)  Capital PaMsm      .      *18,000,000  Rest      .... 16,000,000  Total Assets (April 1917) 386,806,887  "Saying for Victory"  is facilitated by the  Bank of Montreal, which  will recede your deposits at  Interest snd convert diem,  as they accumulate, into  Dominion Government War  Savings Certificates.  HCAO OFFICE.MONTRCAX.  D. R. CLARKE, P. DsMeaha,   iMsaaier,  Kslewaa Braads.  Supt. British Columbia'Branches. '; BRANCHES III OtUN.UK DISTRICT  VANCOUVER.  Anaafrog,  Estbrsr,  P.aliclon,  Function.  SuatssrUtaL  Varssa.  We want you to  Clearly Understand  That apart altogether from your loyalty  v- to your town, and your suppprt of local  firms, practically nothing can be gained  by sending your money away to mailorder houses.    Our prices on  Furniture, Carpets, Bedding,  Wallpaper, etc.  will compare favorably with any eastern  prices, and often, quality considered, we  can save you something. ���  Kelowna Furniture Company  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  Did You See   Elliott & Morrison's  Car of Wagons  They are here but they won't stop  long for they are selling at the right  price. Call quick an(t inspect for yourself near Kelowna Implement Co.  Or phone S. T. Elliott. 3108  X�� PAGE SIX  KBLOWNA   RECOBD  Thursday. Oct. 1 Ith, 1917  H  ose  Ladies' and Children's Fleecy-lined Cashmere and  Wool Hose, in full range of sizes, from 25c pair  up to our best Cashmere at $1.25 pair  Boys' Heavy-ribbed full weight Cotton Hose, at 25c,  30c, and 35c pair  Misses' Half-ribbed do., tucked knee, 45c pair  Ladies' Fall Weight  Gloves  Heavy Driving Gloves, $1.75 pair  Washable Heavy Driving Cape Gloves, at $2.50 pair  Washable White Chamois Gloves, at $1.50 pair  Washable White Kid Gloves, at $2.25 pair  Washable White Chamois Lisle Gloves, at $1.00 pair  Black or white Cashmere Gloves  Wool Gloves in assorted colors  Ri'bb  ons  In great range of shades in Silks and Satins  Five-inch Fancy Striped ftibbons, also Dresden effects  at 35c yard  Wash Sibbons in  plain and figured, assorted widths,  2 yards for 5c up to 8c per yard  Hair Ribbons in all the wanted shades and widths, 15c  per yard up to 35c  Laces  Vandyke Edgings, 15c up to 25c yard  12 yard ends of Val. Laces, in assorted widths, 25c ea.  Torchon Laces, assorted widths, 8c per yd to 15c .  Lace Edgings, with insertion and frill attached, at 15c  and 25c yard  Chamois Lace for corset covers, in nice fine quality, at  50c per yard  Wool Caps, Toques, and Scarfs  in separate pieces or Sets  Wool Scarfs at 35c up to $ 150     Wool Caps 35c up to $ 1.25  Wool Toques 35c to 75c        Sets Toque and Scarf at $2.00  Children's Wool Suits, $3.00 up  Crockery Specials  See our bitf assortment of Fancy Cups and Saucers at I 5c and  25c. GREAT VALUE anrl splendid range of patterns.  A good time to choose and lay aside for Cliitstmas.  Open stock patterns of EnglUli Ironstone China, consisting of  Cups and Saucers, Plates of all siz-h, Platters, Vegetable  D'shes, and everything to in-.kn a complete set.  Good Groceries  SPECIAL ��� Libby's   Chow   or Sweet Mixed Prckles, regular  35c for 25c  Libbv's Calves Feet or Lemon Jelly, in I  Ib. Glasses, regular  30c for 20c  1 lb. tins Assorted Soups, 15c tin  2 lb. tins iVUnilla Golden Drips choice table syrup, 20c  J. F. FUMERTON il CO.  THE  CASH  STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry. Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Moruing-9.30 and  11       Afternoon-3 and 5  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Sections 36 and 134)  Re Appttcatien No. I3036F  Wt. have furnishing goods for every member of  your household, from stockings for baby's little fat  " tootsies M to Gloves for grandma. Try our Underwear^ and Hosiery, it will fit well, feel well and stand  the wear. Price is also a great persuader when you  come into our store; we sell an away up quality for  an away down price.  TAKE NOriCE that application h��  been made to reciter Prudential Trust  Company, Limited, as owner in fee under  a Tax Sale Deed from Percy T. Dunn,  Collector of Taxes for the City of Kelowna  bearing date tbe 9th day of November,  1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying, and bring in the Municipality of the City of Kelowna, more particularly known and described aa Block  Twenty-foui (24), Map Two Hundred and  two (202).  You are required to contest the claim  of the tax purchaser within thirty  days from the dale or the service of  this notice, and your attenticn is called to  section 36 of the " Land Registry Act"'  with amendments, and to the following  extract therefrom: "and in default of a  caveat or certificate of lis pendens being  Bled before the registration as owner of  the person entitled under such tax sale,  all persons si> served with notice , , ,  ���"mi those claiming through or under them  and all persons chiming any interest in  the land by virtue of any unregistered instrument, and all persona claiming any  interest in tbe land by descent whose title  is not registered under the provisions of  this Act, shall be for ever estopped and  debarred from setting up any claim to or  in respect of tbe land so sold for taxes,  and the Registrar shall register the person  entitled under such tax sale as owner of  the land so si Id for taxes."  AND WHEREAS application has been  made for a Certificate of Indefeasible Title  to the above-mentioned lands, in tbe name  of Prudential Trust Company, Limited ;  AND WHEREAS on investigating the  title it appears that prior to the 12th day  of October, 1915 (the date on which the  said lands were sold for overdue taxes),  you were the owner of an apparent interest therein  FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at the  same time I shall elfect resist rati on in pursuance of auch application and issue a  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said  lands in the name of Prudential TruBt  Company, Limited, unless you take and  prosecute the proper proceedings to establish your claim, if any, to the said lands,  or to prevent such proposed Action on my  part.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Knm-  Japanese Win Coveted  Honors in France  Altogether 185 Japanese from  British Columbia enlisted in the  various overseas units and of these  only fifty-two remain on duty today on the Bring line. Of tlie  others eighty-one have been  wounded, thirty-seven have died  of wounds or been killed in action,  lour are missing, eight are suffering  frdin illness and three have returned to Canada. Two of these Japanese have been awarded the Military  Medal, and a third, Pte. Sato of  Vancouver, secured the coveted  Victoria Cross, but he waa afterwards killed in action.  According to an Italian authority  eggs can be krpt Iresh for a year  hy coating them with initialled lard  and storing them in a cool well-  venlilatnd place.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  HOLSTEIN  BULL  Dewdney Raq Apple Canary  (25379)  Sire ���Colony Canary  Rag-  Apple 2nd (16955)  Dam ��� Jacoba   Rooker   of  Sunnycroft (22386)  This  registered    Holstein    Bull  from   the celebrated prize winning  herd belonging  to Mr. Gardom, oi  Dewdney, B.C., stands  for  service  at F. E. R. Wollaston's ranch, Vernon road.    For  term,  apply   to   I.  Spall. R.R. No I.  loops,   B.C., this  31 at  day   of  July, A.D.  1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar of Titles.  To J. H. Cavanagh.  To William J. Cavanagh. 43-7  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS -      SHINGLES  Prices right.       Delivery Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed,  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES, Managing-Director.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Ihe tact is also emphasized that all butter  in such packagea mutt  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of aame a  fine of from (10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains it-, label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  ioopApfNRctupDrD���c$i.50  200  500  1000  >>    >>  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there is no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are-more than likely.  Kelowna Record  WATER 'NOTICE...  (USE AND STORAGE)  TAKE NOTICE that W. T. Ashbridge,  whose address is 195, Silver Birch Ave.,  Toronto, Ont., will apply for a licence to  take and use Twenty inches and to store  1200 cubic feet ot water out of unnamed  ���pringa on Lot 53, Map 425, which flow*  North-West and drains into Mill Creek  about Cross* Farm. The storage-dam will  be located at Lot 53, Map 425. The capacity of the reservoir to he created is about  12,000 cubit feet, and it will Hood about  4,000 square feet of land. The water will  be diverted from the stream at a point  about at the springs, and will be used for  irrigation purpose upon the land described  as Lots 53 and 54, Map 425. This notic  was posted on the ground on the 10th day  of September, 1917. A copy of this notice  and an applicated pursuant thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1914," will he filed in the  office of ihe Water Recorder at Vernon,  B.C. 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  this notice in a local newspaper. The date  of the first publication of this notice ia  September 13th. 1917.  W. T. ASHBRIDGE; Applicant.  By GEORGE HARDIE, Ag<mt.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  ��� ' t  TAKE NOTICE that William Robert  Trench, whose address is Kelowna, B.C.,  will apply for a licence to take and use  twenty-five (25) inches of water out of  Schram Creek, also known as tributary of  Joe Rich Creek, which flows easterly and  drains into Joe Rich Creek, about a mile  and a half above mouth of Joe Rich creek.  The water will be diverted from the  stream at a point about 600 yards South  of South-West corner of Lot 4182, and  will be used for irrigation purpose upon  the land described as Lot 4182, Group I,  O.D.Y.D. This notice was posted on the  ground on thc I Ith day of October, 1917.  A copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act,  1914," will be filed in* the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed wilh  the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Waver Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of thiB notice in a  local newspaper. Tjie date of the fiwt  publication ot this notice is Thursday,  October II lb. 1917.  W. R. TRENCH, Applicant.  47-1        WILLIAM PRESTON, Agent.  IN THE MATTER of the Estate of  WILLIAM SHAND, late of Okanagan  Mission, in the Province of British Columbia, deceased,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all  Creditors or other persona having any  claim or demand against the Estate of the  above deceased, who died on the Eleventh  day of June, 1916, and Letters of Administration to whose Estate was granted to  Mrs. Jane Shand, of Okanagan Mission, in  the Psovince of British Columbia, on the  12th day of April, 1917, are required to  send in their claims to Mrs. Jane Shand,  of Okanagan Mission, B.C., on or before  the thirtieth day of November, after which  date the Estate will be dealt with having  regard only to the claims and demands  then received.  Dated this Twentieth day of Septembers  A.D. 1917.  BURNE fit W.EDDELL,  Solicitors for the Administratrix.  44-8  Lndiea Wisbbe to Order  SPIRELLA CORSETS  oan meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVKS  Room No. 1, Qak Hall nlook between tha houri ol 11.30 nnd 2.30 p.m.  n Saturday of eaeh weak, nr at anv  ther time by appointment.  WANTED  BY THE  Okanagan  Market  The best varieties of Fall and  Winter Apples, Flemish Beauty Pears, Ponds Seedling  Plums, Pumpkins, Squash,  Citrons, &c.  Our prices are the best. Phone  208 or call at our packing houae on  the track near Ellis Street. '  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  ( WANTED!)  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin ur, thoroughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.   Apply Jones' Boathouse.  2ltf  CALF FOR SALE. Seven.montn.-old  Heifer calf. Apply E. Newby, Glenn  Avenue. 46tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Any person, male or  female, wishing for work, -should apply  at the office of the B.C. Evaporators,  Ltd., Cawston Avenue. 34tf  WANTED, Housekeeper for farm 3* miles  from town. Apply staling wages, ole,  to A. W. Cooke, Box 663, Kelowna.  46.7  MISCELLANEOUS  TO- LET���-House on Stockwell avenue, 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantry.  Good shed and garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  HOUSE for rent.   Has  three  bedrooms.  Desirable  locality.   Good garden  plot.  Apply G. /#fisher.Box 129, Kelowna.  45lf  STORAGE-The   A.-&   T.  Exhibition  Building can be leased far storage purposes. For information apply secretary.  '47  LOS 1, between Fumerton's residence and  Knowles' store, on Friday night, Sept.  28th, gold bracelet watch, Finder please  return tu E. A. Haug. 47p  WANTED, Houae to rent for winter  montha; modern bungalow, centrally  located, furnished: Apply J. S. McKenzie, Box 454, Kelowna. 47p  City Park Restaurant  WANTED TO BUY  Chickens       Ducks       Eggs  QUON  TAPE  P.O. Box 13 .\       Phono 60  Corner Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  27tf  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2i yean' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  'Farm Implements and Household  Furniture; and this experience is  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should see  or write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie Block, is acting aa  agent  in  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangement, for conducting of sales  Phone 217  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  BEQULATIONS  Coal raining rights ol ib. Dominiou ta Uan-  rtoba. Haakatohaffen aatl Alij.ru,. las Vuko  Territory,  the Northwest fstrrltorls., sari    a  onion ol th. Ptrovusr. ol Ibititb Columbia.  wr be loaaad lor a tsrst ol iwsatvoa. vsuia  i aa aaauat rsntal ot Si  aa tMTs.        Not  or. isua 2.100 aersa will ha t  aooboul.  to one  ADplteatloa lor th. ltu. aauat bs atede bv  hs applicant la porsoo to th. .mat or Hulk-ant ol the diatrict ia wbioh lira riirbu ap<  lierl lor are situated.  It) surysvnl tatrritete th. laad eaaat ba Ascribed br sections or l4.nl subtliviHj..r. oi  Mtloa.. aad la assssnesd tsnHast ��h>  raot anpltsd lor shall be staked oat b? tha  nnlicaat blasa.ll.  . Eaeh application annst bs areompnnfed bv a  lo. ol IS whisk will bs rsfaasM 11 tbs rt.hu  pirlrorl lor are not available, but aot other.  Iss. A royalty shall bs nnld on tbs ruar-  hantebla output, ol tks atta. at las rats ol  ve cants osr toe.  Ths person operation tbs mias shall laraiah  hs .treat wltb sworn returns recounting lor  as lull uuontllT ol ssMcbaateblt twel mltMl  nd nay tha royalty therms. II th. ooal  tiring- rights at. sot being ooerntsd. such  .turns    shall   bs tarnished nt) least oaes   a  Tbs lews will inchtds tbs easi tnlniac rights  elv. but ths saaaat lJ^^,"M,' *��� "���  bass whatever aw  ,   ���mans'  h�� min.  For  toil  coaslttsrsd DSMsarr ior th. wotkne    ol  at las rat. ol tlO aa acts.  ��b tataa Ssors'tiry ofts? Dsssaisjsat   ol  w. m. aon.  ���n  Dsssrtr HaMss si tke lnttstor.

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