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Array UULUJ _!  HHHsasmms*pam  pwp  Hctarfc  V0LX1L  NO. 29  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA; THURSDAY. JUNE 3   1920.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Fatally Hurt ly  Flying Slump  Wilton Landing Resident Killed While Land Clearing  One of tha saddest happenings  in this district occurred on Friday  when E. Redsull, ol Wilson Landing, met lib death as the reault ol  an accident while blowing stumps.  He wM at the time engaged in  land clearing operations and when  he did not arrive at his usual hour  ior supper search was made Ior  him. when found by Mr. Browse  he waa able to aay that a root.had  struck him. He was given) what  aid waa possible but passed away  before his friends or a doctor  could reach him, both having been  summoned by phone the firat possible moment.  Coroner Weddell investigated  the case and decided that an inquest was unnecessary. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon by , the ven. Archdeacon  Greene at the Church of England  and interment took place at the  Kelowna cemetery.  Mr. Redsull who had been many  years in the district,-owned a beau-  ~ tiful place midway between Nahun  and Wilson Landing, whieh it was  his delight to keep in the pink oi  condition. He was a soldier who  ���had been through some heavy  fighting in the South African war,  ��� and he joined up in the great war  but waa prevented going overseas  by disablement sustained in the  former service. His loss will' be  much felt by his friends who appreciate his many good qualities.  The sympathy of the community  are extended to Mr. Redsull, snr.,  and his daughters Mrs. H. Lenev  and Mrs. J. Brixton.  McGibboa - McMillan Wedding  At noon on Tueaday, Knox  Church was the scene ol a very  pretty wedding, the contracting  parties being William McGibbon,  son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex McGibbon, and Anna Margaret McMillan,  third daughter oi Mr. and Mrs.  Dan McMillan. There waa a large'  attendance at the church, both  families being well known and  respected throughout the diatrict.  The bride was attended by her  sister, Miss Jessie McMillan, Mr. A.  McKay acting as groomsman. The  ceremony was performed by the  Rev. E. D. Braden. The Wedding  March was played by Mrs. Angus  McMillan, while Mrs. Braden sang  ("Because" during the signing ofthe  register. The bride was given awav  by her lather.  A reception and luncheon were'  held at the home of the bride's  parents on Richter street, the happy  couple leaving later on the boat Ior  Spokane, where they are to reside.  New Screen Comedy  Doris May, the pretty screen  actress who wss recently raised to  stardom by Thomas H. Ince, has  packed a record of achievement  into tbe seventeen years that she  has spent on this terrestrial ball.  At four she wss playing her own  compositions on the piano in public. She studied elocution at seven  and completely outstripped her  class, according to the professor at  Puget Sound University who taught  her. When Kubelik, the famous  violinist, made a public appearance  at San Francisco, nine-year-old  Doris was his accompanist. ��� At  the age ef twelve she drilled thousands of little people in follrvdancea  for the San Diego exposition. Two  years later ahe appeared at the  Ince studio and asked, the famous  producer for a chance to appear in  pictures. When he inquired what  she could do, ahe replied, "I can  do everything." And on that basis  she was given a job���and made  good. She was cast opposite Charles  Ray and the other stars ir. several  pictures, then Mr. Ince judged her  ripe for stellar honors in her own  name and formed the co-starring  team of Doris May and Douglas  McLean, which will make its initial  local appearance in "Twenty-three  and a Half Hours' Leave" at the  Empress Theatre on Wedneaday  and Thursday, June 9th and I Oth.  it is a screen version of a humorous  Mary Roberts Rinehart atory and  is said to be a thoroughly enjoyable  screen comedy.  Rutland News  IVrom oar own o..rr* ^^^^^^^^  Have you bought your hair yet ?  The Y.P.S. dance, which was to  have been held Friday haa been  postponed to June .1 Ith..  The firat gsme of the new local  baseball league takes place next  Tuesday when Rutland meets Ellison at Rutland at 6.30. A collection is to be taken. The team has  unfortunately lost its pitcher W.  Quigley, who has gone across the  lake on a survey party for a couple  of months.  The little storm over fixing up a  tennis court on the school grounds  has been happily stilled by Mr.  Gay kindly offering the uie of his  lawn for tennis games.  . Every third evening the Rustlers  are meeting at the school grounds  for sport, and all girls from their  teens up are invited to join in the  club's good times.  On May 27th, the Ruatlera met  at the home of Mias Earla McDonald. The -roll was answered by  "naming the chief faults of my left  hand neighbour." Then each member contributed two minutes towarda the programme.  A football match was played on  Thuraday alternoon between the  RA.C. and Glenmore. No acore  was made during the game ao extra time waa played and during  thia brief interval Rutland acored  twice.  A most successful dance was  held Friday night which netted the  Athletic Club $40, which, together  with other funds in hand, will be  sufficient to purchase the baseball  uniforms now on order. These  are dark green with white trimmings and the word Rutland in  white letters.  The last two meetinga ol the  Rustlers have been of a less serious nature. The one on Saturday  May 14th, took the form of a picnic to Mission Creek, which waa  so enjoyable that preparations are  being made for a two-week'a summer camp when achool is ended.  Will all girls who intend going  notify the secretary as aoon aa  poasible ?  An exhibition baaehall game, the  first of the season, waa played last  week. It waa pretty ragged, both  teams needing more practice. The  score by inninga waa:���  Ellison- 0 0 0 3 3  Rutland��� 4   0   0   6-  Rutland's battery consisted of  Cownie and Berard, with Croft and  Swordy for Ellison.  General regret is felt this week  at the departure from the district  of the Rev. T. Griffiths, for four  years the pastor of the Methodist  church, who left today for a similar poaition at Sydney", Vancouver  Island. Mr. Griffiths has fulfilled  his duties at Rutland with an earnestness which has commanded  the respect of all. His succeasor  is the Rev. Ebert C. Curry, who  will preach for the first time on  Sunday. Mr. Curry has lately returned from overseas.  There will be a Health Exhibit  in the school on Tuesday, June (I,  to be opened at 4 o'clock by Mrs.  V. S. MacLaohlan of Victoria. Thia  will be of apecial intereat to moth-  era. Mra. MacLachlan, who is intensely interested in the subject of  public health in the rural districts,  an able speaker, and in close touch  with the work of the government  Board of Health, will address a  public meeting in the evening,  commencing at 8 o'clock. She has  been largely instrumental in the  establishment of the health centre  at Saanich, the first to be organized  in the province, and as health ia a  subject of vital importance to both  men and women it is hoped there  will be a good attendance. The  chair will be taken by Mr. J. W.  Jonea, M.L.A., and Drs. Bryce snd  Shepherd will also address "the  meeting. A baby clinic will be  held in the afternoon when a collection will be taken up in aid of  the Jewish Relief Fund. The In-  Inatitute will not hold ita regular  meeting this month.  A quiet wedding waa solemnized  yeaterday at 11 o'clock in St. Michael'a Church, by the venerable  Archdeacon Greene, when G. L.  Challoner waa married to Miaa  Muriel Hilary Edgcumbe, who arrived only a few daya ago from  Milton Abbot, Devonshire, Eng,  Hardware Store Has  Heavy Fire Damage  Fire and water did damage last  Friday morning to the extent of  $20,000 in the D Leckie hardware  store. It was in the early houra of  the morning that the brigade were  called out. Dense volumes of  smoke had by that time filled the  building end were pouring out of  the windows, and owing to this for  some time the firemen were unable  to locate the true situation of the  fire. Once its position was determined, namely amongst the shelving in the recess under the stairway  leading to the rooms above, it waa  quickly extinguished. Bv that time,  however, a large amount of damage  had been done to the valuable  atock, fixtures and alao to the building. The damage waa all confined  to the front atore, the rear warehouse being protected by a fire  proof wall which proved very  effective. Mr. Leckie eatimatea that  the atock carried in the front atore  at the time would amount to about  $30,000. The loss will be largely  covered by insurance.  'The occupants of the rooms upstairs suffered very little damage  with the exception of Dr. Bryee,  whoae two rooma at the rear were  flooded with water.  Keiowna City Band  to be Reorganized  It looks as though Kelowna were  to have a real band after all, and  certainly there, has long been a  great need of one to brighten up  with muaic our festive occasions.  A complete reorganization waa effected at a meeting last Thursday,  with Aid. Meikle president, Aid,  Knowles vice-president, and A.  McMillan 'secretary-treasurer, and  a determined effort ia to be made  to place the band on ��� better footing, fully realizing the great credit  due to those who have atood by'it  during yeara of difficult going.***!?  Mr, F V. Colon, an experienced band  leeder, hea been induced to take an interest, and ia starting a class for beginners  who can be taught tree and provided with  an instrument. A number of young men  have already signified their intention to  join and the public are to be naked to  subscribe generously towarda providing  the instruments. The council haa already  undertaken to contribute a fixed aum per  month towarda the general upkeep ol the  band, and it the public will do their share  at the start success ia assured.  New Local Baseball  League is Formed  A local baseball league which  will provide more frequent games  than the valley league was organized Monday at a meeting at which  the following officers were elected :  President, Dr. Wright; secretary,  J. D. Whitham ; executive, Kelowna, E. Hill, Rutland, A Gray, Ellison, H. Larg and Glenmore, R.  Watt. Gamea are to be played  each Tuesday evening at 6.30 p.m.,  the firat two being next Tuesday,  when Glenmore meeta Kelowna in  the park and Rutland plays Ellison  at Rutland.  A ailver cup has been generously  donated for competition by Mr. T.  N. Morrison of the Oak Hall Clothing Co.  A schedule haa been arranged,  the gamea not being carried beyond  August 3rd, as it was felt that  country players might become too  busy after that date.  Visit of Peachland  Checker Players  A party of seven Peachland  checker enthuaiaats came up to  Kelowna last week and challenged  the Kelowna players to a tournament. Kelowna has no regular  checker club as haa Peachland, but  nothing daunted, seven local men  got together and accepted the  challenge, and what ia more, handsomely beat the viaitora by I8J  pointa to 8J. Four games were  played by each pair of opponents.  PEACHLAND KELOWNA  Brinson 1 Leckie 3  Dr. Buchanan I Hill I  (and two draws)  Drydsn 0 Jaa. Harvey 4  Marsh 0 Aberdeen 4  Moon I Marshall I  (and two draws)  Miller I R. B. Kerr  (snd 2 draws)  McDougal I . W. Duggan 2  (and one draw)  Severe Penalty in  Chinese Liquor Case  The case of Quong Tape, proprietor of the City Park Restaurant  who was charged last week with  supplying liquor to Indians, came  up again Monday before Magistrate Weddell. The charge waa  baaed upon the evidence of the  Indiana themselves, who after, being found drunk, claimed that thev  had got the cider from Quong's  place. Evidence was alao given  that one of the Indiana had been  seen coming from the restaurant.  Quong Tape, who was defended  by Mr. Ladner, of Vernon, denied  all knowledge of the matter, as  alao did his employees. Defending  counsel urged the previous good  character of the accused. He maintained that a Siwaah would never  reveal the true source of supply  from the fear that it might be cut  off.-  Quong, however, was found^uil-  tv, and fined $200 and costs in  each of two charges. He declared  his intention of appealing againat  the decision.  Many Deaths From  Floods in England  At Louth. Lincolnsh're, England  fifty deaths have resulted so far, it  is estimated, from the sudden overflow of the small river running  through the town, which is attributed to a cloudburst in the wooda  nearby. The water spread so rapidly that houses in the low-lying part  of the town were immediately en-  fiulfed in a rush which carried  away bridges, fences, trees and  other obatacles. One terrace containing 15 houaea were entirely  swept away.  G.W.V.A. Notes  On account of the time involved  i n getting to Fernie it was finally  decided by 'he committee not to  aend a delegate to the provincial  convention.  The new luxury tax appears to  be a move in the right direction,  but it ahould have been imposed  during the war. The people who  made money out of the war are  atill untouched.  The Dominion president haa issued a call to all branchea to preaa  for a general election on the ground  that the preaent government have  failed to carry out promises made  during the war.  The Saturday evening concerts  have been discontinued until the  pierrot troupe have finished rehearsing.  According to repliea to questions bv Major Andrews, M.P., the  government are considering what  to do with over $300,000, being  canteen profits and regimental  funds of C.E.F. units. In addition  to this there will be the share of  the army canteens to come from  the British government. The government have promised to conault  returned soldier organizations as  to the disbursement of this money.  Several itema of expenditure authorized by the houae at Ottawa  are of interest to the Okanagan,  having first been recommended  by Dr. Tolmie, minister of agriculture. The sums voted include  $1,200,000 for experimental farms;  $150,000 for the eradication of  pests; $18,000 for entomology.  $140,000 was voted for the fruit  branch of the department of agriculture, and $1,500,000 for the  health of animals branch. $165,-  000 was voted for development  of dairying industry.  New Storage Building  to be Started Monday  A start is to be made Monday  on the new building of the Kelowna Storage Company, which ia to  be erected on th; site adjoining  the Kelowna Growers' warehouse  on Water street at a cost of about  $35,000. The building is to of  brick, three stoiies in height, and  thoroughly frost-proof, the walls  being constructed with a central  air space, and all doors, windows,  and other openings thoroughly insulated. Mr. J. Harris has been !  engaged as general supervisor of  construction, and will also take  care ofthe woodwork. The contract for excavating, concrete, and  brick work haa been let to Messrs.  Ward and Baldock.  The building, whioh is to be  leased to the Kelowna Growers' <  Exchange, of which parent concern  the Storage Company ia a subsidiary, will be equipped with all  modern packing appliances, grading machines, inclined box conveyors, electric elevator, etc. The  packing ia to be done on the second floor in order to avoid interference with atorage operationa,  and the loading and unloading of  cars. Excellent platforms and car  loading facilities are to be provided.  When completed the building  will give the Kelowna Growera'  Exchange the largeat and best  equipped frost-proof building on  the lake, and the aecond largeat in  B.C. It will enable the Exchange  to atore if necessary in the neighborhood of 200 cars of packed  fruit.  Messrs. D. B. Johnstone of Kamloops, J. W. Jones, M.L.A., of Kelowna, and W. J. Pendray >of Victoria have been added to the list of  Britiah Columbia directors on the  board of the Northwest Tourist  Association. Thia province now  haa thirteen directors on the board.  **Yes, I'll make it. Tha truck runs smoothly and dependably  because I use nothing but Imperial Polarine for lubrication and  Imperial Premier Gasoline tor fuel. That's tbe unbeatable  anailrlnstirsri which keeps the mail oa time."  Accurate Thorough Lubrication  TMPERIAL Polarine gives thorough lubrication und er every operat-  -*- ing condition. Cars and trucks give longer,- cheaper service when  lubricated with Imperial Polarine.  Imperial Polarine will not break up or run thin under continued  operation. It reduces friction to a minimum by maintaining a coating  of oil on every wearing surface. It seals all the power behind the  piston by establishing a perfect piston-to-cylinder seal. *  Learn which of the three grades described below is best suited for your  car from the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommendations, which is  on display wherever Imperial Polarine is sold.  Sold in one-gallon and four-gallon sealed cans, half-barrels and barrels,  alao in 12H-gallon steel kegs, by dealers everywhere.  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Box 3JI'        ' '  Portraiture  7Un / mi lvrtma tstsn  Landscape Work  Amateur Finishing  Enlarging  snsdH.  Call and see us In turnew studio  PICTURE FRAMING  McEwan  Pholtgraphtr  ���TOHN LEATW.BT  Baiter and Proprietor  Anji_Ti*uw raws  I onus NOTIOKS. PBOFltSgiONAl. CABDS  ETC.. 25 rants nsr rolumn task nsr sassk.  I,AMI AND TIHRER N��TlCE8-��0 4sts, IS-  on dars. IT.    ,  WATKIt NOTICE-e-ss lot livs inasrtlaea.  '.WAI. AllVEttTiBINO-nrsl lassriloa. IS  ���SMU nsr Uaa:  sard  sabssouoat  lassrlioe. ��  osnu nsr Ita*. ��� .  IIISI'I.AY ADVERTISEMENTS-To.. Inehsa  and unilsr. 60 cents nsr lass lirst iruostloa  nvsr two Inches 40 cants psr inoh first Inssrtloa: 20 otnts nsr Inch saoh snbeeatMat  Irvwrtion-  fmmmhm9tm mtmii '      '  All oliAiim in -wstrwri RdrwUMtTHmtt nut  I*  In  the hi  tvflnioff  Ih  '"Wi" in -n��mn wnruNiBDaii nut  ueiuoi  ��;mnl>ui'i*l di'ilffllUHl    .'  CIDER1  For 3ale  In Large or Small Quantities  DOMINION CANNERS B.C.  UMST*_* V+,  Oppose Building of  New Naramata Road  ��� ������  That opposition is likely to develop from the towns on the west  side of the lake against the proposed Kelowna - Naramata road ia  evident from a report in the Summerland Review of last week's  Board of Trade meeting. That of  course has been expected. The  diversion of tV.e 'automobile traffic  through the Okanagan to the eaat  side of the lake* would seem  first sight to be a move whic  would very adversely affect the  places situated on the old route,  It is a case, however, where it is  very dangeroua to jump to hasty  conclusions, for after all it is very  questionable whether much harm  would be done except in one or  two isolated instances.  In the firat place Westbank and  Peachland do not, nor are they  ever likely to derive much of their  revenue from.tourist traffic. Weie  the whole traffic down the lake  shore road to cease completely,  which is not expected even if the  new road were built, probably the  onlv thing theae two places would  lose would be aome of the dust  which is thrown up into the atmosphere by th? passing cars, which  rarely stop at either place.  Summerland would perhapt* be  deprived of aome of their growing  revenue from automobile repaira  occasioned by smashes and collisions due,to the dangerous curves  in the road at that point, and from  travellers held up by the Irequent  mud slides which make the toad  impassable for days together. It is  evident to anyone who paaaea over  the road that only the expenditure  of big suma of money can make it  safe and satisfactory for tourist  traffic. But even Summerland'  would lose little for it ia not in any  sense a tourist centre,-but devoted  ���entirely to fruit growing which  would not be affected 4a the least  ly the new road.  One ot the arguments advanced  was that while the new road would  shorten the distance between Kalowna and Penticton it would not  serve any new territoty. It should  be pointed out in answer to this  that the propooed road is not,a  new road strictly speaking but only  the building oi a ahort link of a  few milea to complete a road which  has been in use (or years. The  fact that the road is already built  close up to each side of tho difficult spot amply demonetratea its  practical heed apart from the overwhelming demand for it, aa, a  through trunk road.  The interest on such an investment, said another speaker,1 Would  maintain   a   free   ferry.   Thia   ia  the money  on  a, ferry >    Would  nbttHe'road be"muctfoefterV     "  That the Summerland board wai  in earnest waa ahown by the fact  at a committee was appointed lo  draft   n   resolution   opposing the  expenditure and to-pobcit the support of Westbank and* Peachland.  lt is rather  curious and significant that the issue oi-the Summerly)   Keview fwhklv teporte the  Jr^(oJ-,oft:Tradea':afl#n   should  contain  in   the very next column  * letiei of protest (ronv^A Frequent  User" of the Summefhmd-Peach-  land   road  against ita dangeroua  aa aH^7*?ndi'*^'r^ing:4hrlwer7v  w rWucrWri'of an' alternative roadjor,  trarfic goThrfe dne direction, and  Thai  -es.-ilM-aui  ���une  3.192  m*  SVNOI'SIS OF OOAL MINING  ItlXiULATIONU  mat  m  id (or  fl  ORDERS by command for week  endinjrlunel0tj^*9j'fl��,,   ,,_,  i: Orderly patrol for the  Coal mining- rlgata of the Dominion  Territories, aad ly. Portion or Ue Pro-       PAftAPE-5 i   Thf"'* wl11 K" "  eoWor a terin of twenty,pne years 4, further Darades trntil just before the  on*|[ upjlAntnl.        ��"���"��"' : Wi   lrffcHMTh��*WfelfeH* Mft" ,whom we  Applications  for  tho  leaae  must  be  <UBkoN&  Kiich Application must be accompanied by a fee ol |B. which will be refund-  u.i   If   tbe   rlBht.  applied  flor   axe   aot,  output o! tto mine al tts |��t�� at.five,  " 'I'l.'riurvcyijil'territories ���ths laad must  tie ilnaorlbod l>y ssoti  divisions or section* And in  t'Snolftd"  'wlA-sw.  torrltory the tract'appl  .aked out b^.theudng  The peraon operating  '?M&-VHi  Ifad out by.Ui  Mro peraon opei  fornlah the agent  isai.  t hlniBelf.  mine'shall  fornlah the agent   with sworn mUrns,  ^m\W^r^^S^uM  royalty i thornon.    II ;tb*icoal; mining  .ih MmirbettflXd^aV  rights i  Mara  n year.  The leaae will include the coal mln-  r-lglrtu only, bnt the l<ftl��   ��  it  Ing rights only, bnt the Icftano may be  iieruiltted to jiUrohsne whatever available, surface rights may bs considered  necessary tor the working'of the mine  should be made to tbe Secretary of the  Department of the Interior Ottawa, or  to The Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  who purpose, seeing''euf entbitaitw  ment nbt 'toe waif until 'the;'second  performance on the Satui day after- I  noon, for the reason that there are]    vho^njtince amd <hivaS��>.l  always a certain number who will  do that anyway, and possibly they  might- not 'be able try get a'aeat oft;  that day,    That is, v hat! ha pjpeh!  laat year, although there! wis ii.  muoh room left even ��� at lhe fir'trf  performance.   The pre&idni theatre  i   ,  W.W COBV.    '  (N.B.��� Unauthorlted   publication   of  this advertisement vlll not be paid for).   I   Mil) I    Wil   Mil.Ill        =       r  ,  Prof essionaj "Qarda  BURNER WEDDELL  Barriater,  Solicitor*'aril  Notaries Public  fl  (|i glflJOfl KERR  Barrister  a,nd,Sfllicitor,  Notary PuWff  KELOWNA, ::  iiln��i Ii  rif>d I  "���."Btr^rie.  teiiiii  B. C.  JOHN GliRTS,  CONTRACTOR.ai BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS,     h   KELQWNA  '      VrlWf!     '  holds over a��Ve*��ilhilrtdi<e^4%ir*|e, i gnineve biiil.' /lavS .'  truet that we'shell'not ha re! .to .turn  anyone away thia time. tisrl] moJ  We belirve we have a [ood.Rrpr,  gram and it in certainly tl e longest  Wei have evet had.'' Wei annot let  this occueion go by withoi t'espre^l'  ing our very sincere gratitude' to  our friends who l have made thi?  year's programme poasil le. Miss  Winnie Jones who is pit ying1 the  accompanimenta forlhe m but items  has been an objecl'lesbctti to every  scout in the troop 'in 'th i faithful  manner in which ahfc haa attended  every single regular rehe arsal, nof  oi which.  __ ifeiwwtall  ended as well thefe would  IccUjionftb worry about the  of our show.    She has  earned  our  lasting  t'   -l-   r-.ril.,     ''���'"���    '-  P. W. ORO-VBG A ! ������  M. Can.Soc.CE. ' !1  Coimiiltiiifl Oioll and Ht|draullc  Engineer ii��r1 i  B.G. "jsnll Buioeyofr  ,-, ���  Survey* snd Reports on Uriastios Works  :  AppUcslions for Wster Licenses  "       KffiOWNA,B.C     '  :.,..i      r-l   raussH -.,  ~  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST , .... nnil.    oinoijiia  f\ lolb'sJsa  Pendozi Street," ��nd   Lawrence  R. c. dvth%,v.s��� D.y.St%  .    , Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence  313  Vernon, B.  ti  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willita Blo��k,-will be promptly att_lrU<i<Li)  lapA mum  ilonttor,  &&*$  Lciaoiii in Voice, Piano, Monologuci  I  HIGHEST REFB^ENCE��  W. G.  Plumber and  '    Jobbing and .  Phones  Business 164  P.O.Box  Beeidfw, <��,���,!  , MniP. C. A. ANDERSON  < TEA CHER OF 1 iANCING  Claasea Forming for  be New Year  i Phone for sn ap -ointment  nsm|  paira  <*"  also for use in the winter  the lower road is impassable!  As already stated, some little  opposition to the undertaking is to  be expected (rom interested partiea,  but the need of a through highway  uninterrupted by the nuisance of a  ferry, and ao vastly superior in  every reapect, is ao important and  pressing that such opposition becomes trivial in comparison. The  Okanagan will aee ao vast an in-  their practicing and we ahould have  each' pattdl  W ,MHi��  r.n  il  Pri'dlr^'/tf.^.'-t'S',^  11. *m>l. ot birni'-Ueoq  irliiX 'nubiesM mikfwksmkWillits, (  ���uriKa Isrrl ---il 1  w^j^wywls'alffl  ���Wjreiiiiwmvtlliit  ���jAJl| returns .tFlflrni i <tj(ji!   sale of  ,<jppq��t tickets matiben^b^ Mon,-,   rj)  mmhrtmhW'han   93BJ     8M.TlW��*rill��OIIHIBsninsqcl,,H   Jw,bba�� edi W enO  lu8 sLAUm-iliaalesri ^hIii.J] n^WO'Wf-*flB(^1ff*t,Brotliacti����  Wc  i.!..>..l.!.a*!cM^bA{Mi^i   M.d t��^"j'ivS^'0.8 JnibJ nott''y t^ehofl .3 nftl  ��� "ksiBhie tiafid Vr^'ao^oglkissp^W ih.Mnny-^ulbi.it^bwuHHl womai  !>ilw bus enoiialaqo gntTfcsIn bnaf  11 IHfS  the  tainly  and so has Mr. Andrews  who1 has taken the most paips-tajc-  ing  effort* i with   the ��� pal allel   bar  and pyramid squads,'and who: has  made his time our  time  hearaals.    We are lure  our friends will agree w tl  this respect  after they (ee  two items on the program.        lo  Mr. Jack Thayer,'one 6 our old  boya, is also ahowing thaf he has  atill a soft spot for 'tire tt sop and  has put.in some faithful work in  training the club^sWinging squad.  Nor1 cah we forget two of our old-  time helpers in Mr, Thompson and  Mrs, Calder,, who have be)en assisting with the singing and >lay respectively. Inemtrrteni nia  s^jXs&kA ^w  *wwwmwi mtms mr the  training of Cub-maetera Bartholo-  mew and Wedge and also with the  help of M'sb Dorothy1 Le$|r.ie, who  '1 'Wfling dje.ro, WwWi'i* 3n��- S��  to all of theae our helpers may we.  y in theexpresiLve buuii :lionarv-  4fWflolr4'MW.��f��rl W jbw.  ou. have   cestainly   treated   us  k**.V9U5*>��J .,  e        a -'M -w..w'  .,...���,   ;���*,.( /-,      iDiitsilr  .isirftJffl^WW^ivWfWW* h***"*  Mm^^Vt^mffth �����*-* *�����  cannot iM.flratje^sfiihbiii i at the  fpn.S'r't.'W.Xf'^^'Wl weiiiieweiT  sorry he canqot too, bepaue��' we  Irefievetha^-l^ny^eteyfct-wiorya  pt^Ronqe;rjt��Jjedoiee.'��'itb,nifc*��holej. i  ter   Hir.'.l -H  ,nb\i��f>  i   ol   sis   aarrlJU   ^DuW   ��dw  d 'LKiC-o^Wefcidie1.'  ?J6wira brarich����.... v.  fiy-try,'lfladl^'iWen'fei to, pre-  sent our badges to ua 'thlsr rear and  the presentation of iKeaev ill ,tBke  place on the;Friday. OniatuXday  in place of ihis event fhebhgle  bind will blow a coiiple of inarches  and with our frienda whom we  have mentioned above w,e do nbt  foVget Mr: Fr^d'Corelvrho HW  given trie" band such' alb "of' his  time and with so triu'dh'r hHngih  and raw material.' Wesli all lob  for something more from the bsrid  money at  jj if we make lots of  he concert that ia'h'^w'  .ate shall probably spend fq>ne,'of  Wiii.  Blsaiandtnfi    njlrnl::  I.ri.  .'<���>' ihi-" tyi&nh'A  ui .  ilflill  II  , un    J,  "''       '    labnsltH Irons   e   si  '  There will I^a fiktslUrai/sl Mil     /���'>'  na4e)  =>d lliw  3ress rehearsal of the whple pro-    1 .,,(1 boa ..A.J.tvl ,  ram   on   Fridiiy  afternoo n,i i com- .  mencing at 2 6**clodk:atth�� theatre.  sWWStWr   ���**-  SATURDAY  M*J1��H tbttl  nmenl  Eveniwgi WO'anld 9  ias Till rr*-. Iiuri3 sinn->t  W  ������A\to-kK��itittmlQbte9���&��\<frr>t*iH&tn��W' ���-  lol -sbsin   aew   d^g2n._i?JSit  eawoiS .iM vd h  u.il nun I turn tigs ul ��l  *B*  dtBtsatiliU-Yv MtM-k vitfttl *fift_��9_lr;**,vi�� ��BW, �����".  -"d-lou-tJa  simaa rinii.-7t lol nwaUS,aw8. b'5Se*_3_*uP e'diMoqaaw hia  ffrfflsf^snfvMTfnvfTniil nV-si bluoo  oib�� ir\l Js giiilrwm *ib  -soq )ar3,lsdl entnlq yd banommoa  ehis   Un   bna ,li'Mr|***��J f  T     1#__      .1n*Hom aldir  ot b'jtiviii bib      t, il��"'tWliwtf*|!����WS ,9noK>3  esinii bo-.jj e'dul i|-oi   cm   lint, bsbiosb bna oasa sdl  t0'  ; m%Wrft��UftM���� ���lA.WllttooMlw.lW-ai'W.-Nnr  �� Evetnihf)i7r;30raTiTd9>'f   -  ...'tt:  .mmalgoiiq r-di ��b.�� 4***;it'5'j��.1  iwu ftiirvu l"r!ii.'.| A  io WEDNESDAY  Altti  .aiomrnlO  hnfi OjA,n  'j "ill ���_��� rrr tufc  n bsv.irln   Biiw^oniil  bun -JAM   ioJ.riu  sd) ili q-,f>jl al^rlg'li*''  Mfew.Robe ^,^r<eh^^i^p^^f^Cow|t|^(s^0..,.  WsfV*   "nV   #'"'>1'    iinoiw f'lstl^idl   it^sd   bndw  v.  .ilssiD  iM ot aw  ol tb  gnfsd  d35c  ���I.-;..".  B l.-'iiwr/^aiiisib sill in men  iindeH nnsv/lnd vawhirn finUi luTM  THURSDAY.,,-.,!��,.,i.l nosliW bdR  bfljnsveiq saw lud  unlaiJB   JnAm^ldaaib   yd  *$mMMfamy  ul��s9-".ons laani A     s��3��i*>  nSifiiAuHai" yrjpii'l blad  'dl.  LWuglaB  ]   ,ThiiiaarcemsoV>anf~* hat nifMH'thirfrol* IfHta leal 'A'erMttdy con.  " orouml am ur^nr/ trainji aycesap. arsd Jree1 ni relation; rtty���aW�� all.   Tha  *:   :-...:., a. ���  ,_^._    .     ...      t. r "��� 51X3 inn  sbffwwg.the big  Admission 20c and 35c  i ^wHi^iuM^/TiriHl - ooddiDsM  II     .aiu'i il Bir.^T  no)    COMlNO^-6. W. Gr StW-V<-t' ��ias����ibiec��|."TiV(ilA>l fAncer."  v WflB'TJWif'SrfHlf JRa" "..WttejUftabefl   iM ol bnbnoix  LflMJ "bfi^MiW *Wolr^*^l*^*l|BW **!  metropolis before the intror uelion of the auto, upj^ tjije frasea)  ll|,v,!niP��('.7i?Sl"n,+'9fJ  lo   snsss sill aaw" dalud'J  ~~��  llll    .ILIIUIIII  jdrlicfalvl  mailliW   ^inad eaitiBq  .,.-1 -,�� ivilv; q.iii-,-. i^m   .(J,0-)M   xalA .��iM Iriin .-i*V* lo noa  p��   yi��t9i3")��   ��  ��il|   vlilon  Hi  Jq 9F.VI ,r|r>8r.  1 yllmq ��rivi li��.B-..-iw  .<l -nr.ri gnib   TFOHl  ��� saw Bgninni yd siods  0   0   fj'   . nosill3.  0   0 KelowHB pnees  ���j   viaitlad  s'bnnliuM  lliw ,lnoi99 bna eifiwoO  ,nosill3 'ini ybiowS  lis)  ib  BitV*.   bnn  .if/   io   l-ildgusb  budl  liiiisib t/U tiioduiiuidl bolssqaoi  lli*_te'"fat":T9'20"1":   "  M/irlf.rjeHilviaTv'l  risBuTan'M .1*>,"l��  *stliU0UWwwt?wo��iftB*woV ���*sv>e^''Sfty��i4o<i**4^ds<?i  ���/ aill   lo  loH" sdl BTf.sy  ^,hil/i  M^ ^n  nmt  arIT .ii����iB((ioois e�� grtil'jB Vb^IdM  :<tiov\ - 65cp��*/butt��-rfat  jjuibbsW oitL .nsbalS .Q .3 .vaM  ..iJMU.2 b-i 63d i,-v/iw( uw iloiaM  gnaa itobaid .siM alidw .nslliMaM  is* "arfkwW_>^!^rv  IsS lsuTyd  yahti) It'll orlw .rloitiiln  .yatJDyC Jb W)7fIs"o"  .1 ^'Tf'ljl    ���'���* yUsj''''1  itiw linJluM )B|-illlib eirf  io3 ��nd|d-'*iwliJEnlB��n  3   .3   119(13   ysM arlllfi-J",  :;fl, AAAcb���%  rl!   n   ad lliw arad F  ad ol  wtMmfts<��t>ts*J^.  amnrl   ailt   1��   hlad  iol mod ad) no lstal gniveal 9lquoo  WOP  $$$pc W9n  *>���<Amlsbmnw,tm\ ^n*_a  son   .  ������ -I   II   . '-'.ni  fl ni hnuaiolni ylimal  ~n*H  cret)��e in touriat;traffic in thei n,e*t  few y^jtai that even if it were to  cost a million dollars the road must  be put through.  noon in lime fbr this  .i'i '���> 'IIM4 n:,t:3 vr.1 b:  achool in tho  for thiri!";"  .  cinA��n/..-ii  (or Anywhere at Any  N&m.  Time  -IB on'  moil o  >1hs*JaMMN prompt service  �����"���  and satisfaction  niTiu^aTJaqitsTnnrTT  Ili  ill  )Ol0> o  di lo  r  .rltl  '���"41  H in yiiion  099138   yl)9iq   sdl   .yalCQAskl OIL  loa  yfrnKiDiala  'i-Uaetof U pSigj^il" Stre.  ofni  d  IjA    .  one  lad) ninay  na9)n9r{as sjfl  .Had   luiltastial   eijf  'nwo'lod  giiiyr-lq  '���>' Vr^Y<'>if4^r^4rTvs|(  iLi'iisJiii Inijaqu io ad ,,r        ,  lf^Tytt|^.4^.fyr r^eMCvjtty ffiVSt^MMUfUMMSffVt^^  ' ,     . l" i . ���,   navaa l�� tiuiluao.a baiblila ode    .ail  lad   baqqiilstini  beibi/ls i  ylslalqinoa  bnn  ���H*P  lilljiiBl.mlw yiiaiairinU bnuoK l.aanH  -tWll>AB'''|il<'ftw ;,'P .'".lih ���!"  i.IWii t% %r'^s#alsa_JtiJ .Jr  10013 o rt in juiKmainiuvv     . ��� I        ,        ���     n  ^       ,u.j:    i      ^1 ,*    J,lA,    .tsiiiaqnioaaa.sid, a��W   biioU,  U. td thirtt milek-tthla (rallpn of, gaso*pnr,,, m.^mm.fjim  rs  :e  sJarht-frrasi, rafcular perfolmon  ^.wiw^o'um^Yo  i-iiotiint Ihliv Iti rastr1"  ,ns  bnsllB boos   i��   9d IM  naila  89llo[,  ba   nalis   lliw   bladqftd?.  la   vdad   A    .gnilaam  dw nnoma.  qu flsj  bllll,  I.l  a Hi  I90lQ  i..  ,,.'^-Teforiiail'k^i fl��.b!>6sbtlwlJl  baitiBdi   now   is^iUedD.euoiqrnudiL'  dmuagbS yialil-ljs^l^fcfia^  eyub   v��9l   h   ylno bavii | ��__ieWLt'  iirf^w.����(^��itW����a*tl**i'V.  Sarviea Station  Wi�� ffifr  wenty  Tho  writ <Ear ba��bend|omo^l��oinvliciomtarrtable ear  emmir.)   ail)   l.ijlen bna oibuls ssiil  ni in ii|i|n m|   i mail i II III* Il ml  ijffj^jgrryrTpii, .,,i inriw  .waiuirni  a.iriil bna  saioa u ai il  ojl yisM  <i mil 6 ��6 ol bins si  yhafqaSrftMjaAvenuo mmm  ���.���"-*.  OS*?!,  ���rTT  tjMoy&i awwojaa  ! ^ Ttarittihw 3,1920     xM ^ i^M ���l��-w  fc-rjirfj 1-ioH i>t *ioob ttsM  l\\u   .(flooulleij   ,i>  >|al -laiA ni jnsm*! _  "10 & xlito ,nr Mob  1    ��fa ot sliud  Who  FtlUmil  Kilti  :lf'.t.''.'i  1;  .*>]  J .WOJAOtfUH  ]n*im*�� .niaborn  lyjl*-.1  djiw ,9iu  .pnnm **ni �� -*���, r.1  Erf  Y3HOTe.OWT * ^/^"f"   ��  Ibaof) .insmae-d miw imooi d ,f)oI syiol  h0U8,U    ni  VOJAOMUR  P-bli -ftou-*- boo;  \at\o  io a*i*)/i fl��y rtiiw ,  .���rn-fsl (io 00?, fI viii*^  |cBm oi 8-,eeuoH oni-ar. Y3flOT2-OW V  ",nia >om  yflul  .in-jm-jMd  tromi  w p-gjiias s��HlO(l  ti/'ii   bio!  0    XW.U      ������lol   owl   jjnibiii'n  n��*j   noi��tfMnoq  ���iflilt:  ���jinni  .lishoiti   uHmi .WOJAO  fbn)   saioib lo 913* t*no, ino'ii  [.am M no OM.fl   *t9*ni liml  bftjfvSoow ,30A I 1 0:>  .���mist no 00^,(1   .oa  i   6 ,,muoH  smsiH Ys  do   lo   -in*   ano .���anibli  .���mltl no  ���uol-i  afeojd  tn-sm-w Y.'  a*Hieilna .yiinaq bna n��i  [0?\lf��    .-tld*-te    .ohietifO II  riJj   iuci   ���jjiiili-il-r*.   ,i'iii'.��>*r  fl******  >'l|i->   OW)     ���ibiimI    IUOi    bloil    aldfllB  ,ni! il tiint -gnnA-d   9 ,(isq  siq .���eatmrl  v��rf Uf .U.jlAi   .JD0.-4   .a.iui.Jla  *���>!  qo t.j ���, IrJtri (MUCf  Ibm  I 331  UU,  Im  '    h**-**-e*rPiHt^^ Clolfitilahd^^ovvels,  Dratn  (eSia?!  'A��}ftR-#8N)eAWiiderai  _felV^2'6ner",;  SHEETS for Single Bedi  T33rjOw,i ,  W��I'T& Sheeting in fine]  Per yard, from ��,.  JOjP1*- b,  in Sheets, Sheet-  *^d^Prirf>^  i .a h  size 76 x 90.   A most satiate. Note trjf price...$4.95 pr.A  n-ettetjA  ...... $6.95 pair  , with no filling  size 72 z 90  even weave,  -ivtitf1, __hj  rnm J. W . W  ^-^.^$��vTrW'  K4inci  liiii-iiiii ������.-*���������' n  *  . _.t|| _   .m.q �� J^       .  nd Pillow Cottons, in a large  ajjuH qoT       i-slluJ aiaM umvcKl  en-Muni I siww'nCI iIh1**?. "1  itviiplendid desJlgiisi and' WI ��-"���'?  ii-loj  I Vi.M  I noil  .alfwoHr' ,eiW! ihrrji yuM  .sthitls i-rrllrr sirorrev hnA  I  <��9 tlqaA   , -qorlsiljow bnr. isuori  il Mrs. Esplen left yesterday for  Vancouver.  ii^Mi^'llilteKeit'aBS'left laitFriJay  Sr Concord, N.H.   -������"�����   ' ��  ."Mral..TilO��Sneer'ik a1 VieitoV this  ���}re*l^aW��t!otSvelt.���'���,''  ,vA|taiiA  eatt!ni��wtei  .���Fw. ���fe't ,.��w Si����4*  uesday tOi,yjis)torj*nrlo'. ^IqqA  Vaitei  oft  in pricefrOTi,,*Wc,toil2,,75l,pr,, I  PDHlHKIMfll IT  GJOH3BUOH  iT  sl.1.1   iml.lM 'Mllll   llll-ll 'lllllll'l  ,.-..niM brtrtliiblsilB       wniM ���������i"..l  I jlllliM lure iisniir|'j .InislsliliH  JmCI nniliiW ���  I..I  .<m.\h  l.-T -1 J.1  ,-.iilna.l ^ini jafanjjoj  rE  IV  brrom^hfl .Tinribl''^ y'riw  ' 'eo'.) ioio?! I I-  Mrtlrr  i3��iM bealB  OB'  "Btlfww pwi ro mtrrf  *tBiBi|w*r;  .j<UP��-l loli-fl       ,   imIoo J ins  \RLYqfoH ^swlr winterb:- c  f plyait>H vlHnaup aiajasfi i(lha��i  ���Ad -   ;  H8AD  ��Mfl31        ���   dsdb  ��� anvjois^.  TOWN AND COUNTRY -MEfi&lO  ���llo lo-nosliV/ >1 -illriLW unit!  bldl  UoD   liiotUlli*     .l)US.r,*.r  fViMjRrenticlwn-iitiai or  K Mra. C. Roaa waa an arfivaTM.  rilauA ,.bjJ Vjlajgjjaolg  I 93nsbrs9|  Livery an  iisva?. srniT  i-itssl 3  . is/Laa.W  nljsw inl rawt nW o! uvittoJ  .   ^Ii.i nemow  -;��;;^  DIl'f'rtfBUTlNG  V,0? islliW  i��J jlaO  s'noiblliip i  ..��'.-,'I Mat!  Si J l.ll)|ir|U SllliW  BlsMUMl hrrliorrF    l-,t|jj" rr  now aad up-tosdaMI bum J li  sJsM'mMibsfl ( D^,V*i!N*MHiT.^.  iw.il! ita .rablr.O    jjrrM inirilriyrio'J V X 0  Bimiili1. wn iwiiiimi ino um ii unii'n1.1  sislvl niooibttl '       SI x 9 .suH qa|  l��M q��[ ft--'      iiii.il) Imiiiiiu rli'l" t  ejhng bna saaHleM ,1'uU nun aliilw |  <ni xi,H"  qucrt 3^^f  PAGETHR E  H. Sean  *,'S8t'  PTi.M   vlqi'iA  utile'.  dffy,tfronj Indian Head. I  ",'1 saYjliaotM. Jli)��� rt'LLbrrr-H   :.l  ri, Mr. and Mra. P. Bnirwere  couver viaitora Monday.  ajitofl'isiid i\(r*Jtis*wi!Preato*  turned Thuraday laat afteryvtitt  I!  0&.*?!f a hW$> WW-r.��(*3 .'"  police  cqurt, yesterday i tharg i  with being druhk and disorder  to He pleaded, g^iltyr .and was  fine  $5 and coatt.  On Friday' last Silveo Vican  who  haa a place near the  Fi i  v ap' rmagtstrate with alldwmg two con  and a calf to1 rUrt at large in 11  city.   He waa fined $5 and costs:  the ��0*Sti . ���. U b5g�� ,s->lorrr   .UMi  .rlije'l   ebolH, bn��   nbrP bMinqorr  iMr, arid Mrs. Ball and - faMly _.  Winnipeg were'vtSitera iii ICe'ttwna  ^o^ptr*1^ (���> ?.MA3T C  tiat church will meet at 10 a.m. <  ^!?^-?yn,n^Mll.,Ml**'fe*^.^3P5P'.*ii  -ThjI^JiSBif foiMtok'n  Cnaph.  r.O.D.E.,  will  meet on  Tuesday.  ,^tfWl.'.ii!-,i.��ii-,n.(ii.ii'..').i'i  Mrt. E. W. Keenleyaide, B. (  manager of the North Amelia  Life Atait-rahcrf-Gti., WiU-'a  visitk ���  iTriT    .b-jlnaw' sdoj    bbo   ��Hl..   bill  The Ladiet Hospital Aid desires  to thank all thote who to kind y  donated' foodttufft and help en  May 24th. The total proceediV  frohi-the iale of drfriWi, ice c'rea n  A number of people have be.  summoned before the magistral  during the past week for allowii.  their hones or cattle to be tethen  "[along the public streets. As the  were the first cases for the seas.  o.dj .tuSt  The  Kelowna  Volunteer Ti e  Department withet to thank tl  business menrof'the city for thei  kind contributions which suppl  trophy .and prizet for the Hire  Bade,   competitioris.     The   loc  brigade will make every effort  hold ,��hiait��or>hy and'evdritliall;  Iftfm it a. their oWii 't>rbp'*rl'  Mrt. A. Tempio tetntned Satur  rH��SC  I  by, MitsEdt-cwnbcwho yeMotde \  Watne MimG.L. Ghalloner anil  Min Wallace, who ia to take u| i  retidencelat'Sairtttterlarid.' 3VAH  supot no leMood  n^vl   1 l��n a^iugj  ^��'��^'B��r^c^JM*M'Miflaay  frb*ni Meftcitfe- flat ^Wilh'theipten-  tion of joining the baseb "  ihere. "hai bnf6rtbricle!v;'bel��'h,laid  s.������ ^tl''tenS'n5ator'  ?�� whieh/wsill neeestkat. i  A vwit'to'thev hot- sr>rinsi8l' Eaiil ii.  tf nephew of Mr.'Ali'dftw PWter  Bonr ~  ta�� I.MIlavi ->l�� "irosll.q 11/'  ilindlayiiW iWinmpe��. who recHnt  [y (graduated at the'rriedical ebllegr  IrVlth high honors, besides Winning  a gold medal.   She hat been atay  ine  with  her bidther arid  *gflii9*iiifilEsi  Rtoher  (Maret a  Age 4 to 8 yean.  leaofi ,i  For further it I i  . 01 u  flnWOl"*)!       J99lf2 fi/B1  ���i m ti ��m��w oi mm*, uuumi  mm  snaS In... iln'l siiarlD nerlalijl  ��lx.)l suifl bnarHliallu'J qel nnsriiii-i lis'  ���   .1.  . A MM ���-. ..~BJ.|(11'  nwa.  *s*l^aMe^lo'~"��W~'~",~^^n^hi.   USA:') aiJWTl   snty Teams df  a43t>noil3i'A ,.bkl .g'llswjlsoi'  Class    Geldhtgaja--;-' >ioi -jHiawaT  e3r!rJOH   10  Weight 1201716^400 lba. ,  ......Mi/i   ...�� micin   ii-aiLm, -I 'iLLU-Li"i''i'  iiruoHs-naS aril isbnu aaa;  flnohsp{>i'>9qB bna una!  Jisvol BflT ��� .JibD uliD Sfii io oarfio e  ,HHUG .H .0  .efflWIVko vliD .0.0 .aowoh  & . ,0��QI .a-tdS yat/i  -aifr&b.  ni .i.rTTTi  Mrt. P, C. Parsons wat a visit  Monday fr'orfa Mag% Bay.  .,WWt.jy^^L,^^,feftiJ��etdi  on a visit to Ashland, Wis.  "msto&1&\iHwt*KmBM*n arrty 1  from Vancouverthis week.  f An  elowi i  strong was.en arrival in  K.  Motiday. emit evil .leVOD bna  nr  -:-,i...  owl  bna sbsft Hsolrrl  A. McMeans, of  the 'Okanagf  Seed GroworiV .Penticton, waa  town last weekend.-  nO  '���ofthejjem  1ll!3pejflSil|t  ited Sunday-ichrj  tii'ei holding  their - annual   picrui  Taking*  iBIidly   '  th4ay,)the,Wni  le .then  this afternoon1 af Berivoulih,  The new  golf course  wbb ot  cially opened: Ihst Thursday aftlt  ^efe^iw,aa,vfl' -���������"����-*  Plfllt;  noon  aome  turnout  . aJPi^iHti'f  honor of declaring the course opeji  while Dr. Campbell drove the fn  bal1-   n'-a^kWatfr)  .   Local  sportsmen are reminded  that alt garrie licences expired on  st, and that the new licence  .'Rk'now liere.and 'Way-i P'  d from Magistrate We'd'del  om Constable Graham.   It r  .noted that all licence!  will  future daje f_>mIJxnj|Ut.To|e  (er has  for yeart been wont to adorn  hat or, watch, fob.   Only the rece p  will belttttaedi,"'iiii"i"''l .uov  I   .beiiaqOl 10 beiarVoo-oi ���  ...iij.,'.,!.,', umP.l.jii m in..  Benvouliii Notes  l>">risil<jcl  Rrllltr'.IV.  ��llftl��-*W  m mm t'*-%.** r �� ia'  jii'tit sm ��� -  UIMti>  ��ri��  rutr  __T THE NEW  I92^axtoiiy^  ���   n *  Qoji't neglect t&V  show  our  room and see the**most snappy and  Ju attractive little car in town-p- lowerii/  in price than mont'e-Ft'he cars in their ��lfl2*"'  EJ3S$ .c'W^etWf-W^i.l^WX^fys^lass seMbe  ua '.     i'SW!r"v*1Kj5ff)ffiV*Vii^A,r*^"j0 CT***~  l| cisrh; come anJ aee.for .yourself .and we  will gua^HtW-t^TrirMW wffl Wits  own battles.    We also have some good .buys ,i  3}nfiW.5^��AF^_����.9D9iM-ow 1   ?-voa  s'W:��':^e^^'_*on  Pendozi Street Phone 150  ^  THE KELOWNA BQoY SCOUTS'  7tli inil Eiittiniii t  ^"wgmfix&NA .a o  intob  rrttr  ea-di  a ���*.*n'r*' fa_a  Q|jte BE    HELD   IN    EMPRESS   THEATiRE.,iK*ELOWNi*  Jj-t'.W   )t$   30  n ��� ��� i      r--    '   ���    0//08  ��y Wning, June  4th, at 0.15 p.m  OJ.S't OiOU IlIlK i'^.IS  ,02,1$.. ���-','��-���, V��BMJ  Programme inclndei troop songs: "The Lids of the Old  ==^: Old Briptai^^f��*ler** _rf '^Uija NUtVH-yir--  labs,  I  everyone, 33c, with 252  Reserved  "..!.��� ,    ��� 1 Seats on tale at Willita Drug Store, for 80c. >. H t)  Admission Saturday fdt Adulft, 55c; !Cht|iJire_>. 3^c (no reterve))  -. " 11   1 inviist     ibIii^-)>I  I        ' " �����������>>      ������'  Mrs.,��il��yorth left last week  Brandon, Man.    :       It/  The" BenvoUlin    United    Farm  Women will meet at Mrt. Day's on  boat  for Old.:  few weeks. ������  gSNBf  ���TTidi'!  apend  The Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  -W^oMFnrrMr^-^rflri5^^  arternobn wag spent  Friday last at "Bloatcmlea" Farm  tithe* (Mrs.. 1 DeMara, entertained  aeveral friends from town and  country in honor of her mother Mrs.  Findlay of Vancouver and  Mrs.  RuthCrandeilof Saak.   Mra. Find-  Gordon Scott, and,Mrt. ryvie exV  prct*���tb'l'ea'ke1 shortly for the : east  iter having spent several > months  in Kelowna where the hat made  numerous friends. "Mrt. Braden,1  Mrt. Scott and Mra. Blair each con-;  irib^ed_h*t_dje..ifulejnQaa't enjoyment with tongt and Mrt. E. A.  Dav presided at the tea table.  '".iVrir  Phone 40  P.O. Box 6y  We   have clients for  acret Impi  and  listings of every  m��l  A. B. BARRAT,  Near C.PJR. WIM*  s**rUsJ SurA��\jA'rA ��A^sier>V<�� lesaAaT^  IVER  ERDALE  'BMILLIWACK  ��T and MISSION  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C.  required, we will recharge, repair  0* overhenlitiW'reasonable NUM.  Incawulneodarepiacanlent We iM  tho offiaiiii staiinb for lhe "fsnribUri  '������ l"-"^t��jitoi,iill:3:i  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvX^litflo tox'of nerves  ready at flr'tlWs" Inft a coiled  'spring to spin your en- ine, light  yourpghta and blow^gur^hpja.  Lawrence Ave.    Eaat of Pandon St.  05  ulcanizing  Geo. liane. Prop.  CdrWe'r Elli^St. and'Bernit Av.  SPRAYS  FERrTtTZERS  ii .^J'  BRet bfel^^r'Cwai  B.tt./t'n.'n'br'.n'o'r'sH,,  lorta for  Stocl  SEEDS  isJIem dH  i> b-n "vTffyi up bevsilai  :k, Hogs or Poultry.  j^jtmn.i v. iwimi"M,Hiiir w- iniiu i  Your Boy  The Boya are ��veiyonea* favor-  itea, and vftltfiut i_bub\ V^115  M^packoafcn.F^Way  when thev .put their ahow on.  But they re&dtfU.- lor boot.! No  material hue ever been found  ' that will mike boota to stand up  against a boy'* foot, but 1 have  the boat yet���aolid leather. A  ���lywif tj will be krtke wi.ndoif��~sw  in the end coata leu���and atill  in the end  coata leaa���an  leaa if bd-gh*, at'Ctta* DnrkV  10*  The Fair Shosman  n"-l 'C��t  Ini3j lol .rhiifi jjnil  ITiloiw  uoy   ySEiv 'fcfll  ffi"R>D  ^9mi ffi*��rrfrteM��)^*vfl<S��?e.<^,i.-i^ Snfff.esfii^y Delirw  ���ni, T.r.ilic,���,,.4.,rU'r -iriilri',!-!^   IllinumTlO  bfflB������II������������_  VkavWRk?. (\V\t-  ^KQ\y\H  i"tibt\>>2i .tC\ )ssA\ uUA) !>t\\ sic i\i-\ V-m A\\\ 'AWv3\  r0l\D\\l)!il\O^ SUt\sUi'10\'jl0\2 1UU \u -}A Wvil \t3dlf.S W\.  GotttkKn^'WliterrrjWh ��*-W ���   Self filling Fe-untaiR-Pen��  .(AJ    'A'A'.i'V   T'A  .uox aivv.i av.  AVV1U  islqa tjdl ^ffifci^'W^jH^^^iftiodo 8f,ri |l  suit every pocket���  83Drfs lo :-bo'B sni*1*^-^00^   .aldisuss snl  io  Sg< bi  FROAT THREJE DOLLARS  UP    ,  .aaols ni \r uj  0 ���S'* *ftdWSht^ I v  �����>     **���     nr-nnnrm tlAMlrrD  W. PEIT1GREW  o itcci o> mno, i\  MANAGER PAGE FOUR  KELOWNS   1BGOKB  Thursday, June 3.1920  SUIT SPECIALS  Special Prices on Men s &  Boys'Suits.  Men's Tweed Suits  Prices at $19.95, $22.50, $24.75, $27.95, $28.50  and $29. These are good values at $10 per suit  more than our Marked "Down price.  Boys' Two-Piece Suits, long Pants  At Marked Down prices. $11.75, $11.95, $12.75  $14.75 and* $15.25.  We can also save you money on  That New Hat you Need  We put the short price on them so as to sell them fast.  Good- quality Canadian Felt Hat  at $2.50, $3,50 and $5  G. B. Borsalino Hats  in Black, Navy, Green and Grey, at the very low  price of $6.50  New styles in Bow & Bat Wing Ties  at 50c, 75c and 85c  Smart designs in Flowing End Ties  at $1.50, $1.75 and up to $2.50  J. F. FUMERTON 5 CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to Pay Caah."  Dry Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Morning-9.30 anrl  I I        Afternoon-3 and 5  Watch Xwrfestf  'DCScholl  Afflsim tvlbm&hrBrtglborhrtM  Don't go on suffering from  FOOT TROUBLES  I No matter what your Foot Trouble may be, it can be  I relieved quickly and corrected permanently.  For tired feet, weak ankles or falling arch, for tender,  painful heel, for callouses that burn, for bunions, cramped toes and pesky corns that make you wretched, for  tender, perspiring feet, for every foot ailment, there is  immediate and permanent scientific relief awaiting you.  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  JUNE I Ith and 12th are the dates thai Dr. Scholl's  foot expert will be at our store to give free consultation  on treatment and care of the feet  BRING YOUR FOOT TROUBLES  AND   GET FREE ADVICE AS TO WHAT WILL RELIEVE AND CURE YOU.  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the C.P.R. wharf  FOR SALE  43 acres on Vernon Road  adjoining School and Church.  5-roomed houae, targe barn,  chicken houae, hog pen, two  welli cloae to houae, root cellar  and wagon ahed.  Three acrea in Potatoea, Ave in  Tomatoea, ten acrea in Alfalfa,  acre in carrota, 3 acrea Timothy  and Clover, five acrea in Macintosh Rede and two acre* in  pasture.        "  Alao I0q acre* rented for $65  per acre, which ja now in  Oniona.  Estimated crop thia vear, $5,300  If aold before June lat crop to  go to the purcnaaer.  Price $16,000 cash.  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116]  I  He has chosen OUR store on account of the splendid  range of the sensible, good-fitting stock of shots we  cany in stock.  / F. Fumerton & Co.  The Cash Store  "It pays to pa}) cash"  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000. the houae of C. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Measrs. Mantle fit Wilboii or other agenta  or owner. 29tl '  Orchard for Sale  53 ecrea. 26 acrea in treea, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 yeara  old. Balance of 27 acrea ia good  orchard land, at present uaed for  paature. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good ayatem  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, Sec.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  PIANO TUNING  with a reputation and on merit  ALVIN E. PERKINS  haa been delayed aeveral  montha owing to a long all���  nets but will be in Kelowna  aoon,  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  (or the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteriea Sold, Repaired & Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  ���2.200. Well-built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 i 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Boa  25. KH 2!t*>  FOR SALE, high-grade Ayrshire Cowa.  fresh; thoroughbred Holstein Bulls.  B. F. Boyee. 23t(  FOR SALE, two second-hand   Automobiles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.*  23tf  FOR SALE, Seed Beana, 8c to 10c pound  Apply W. T. Barber, Rutland.        24tf  FOR SALE, Saddle Horae. cheap. Applj  Seon Jnr.. Kelowna,.  w  FOR SALE. Team, Harness and Wagon.  Apply John Sutherland. 26tf  FOR SALE, good Hone, rider or driver,  Apply Mra. H. C. M. Wilson. Royal  Avenue. 27tf  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 3302  J.  GRANT  FOR SALE, Houses. Bearing Orchard,,  Cattle Ranches, Gty Property. Pern-  berton 6t Son, Bernard Ave. 27tl  Weather Report for May  May  I  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  II  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  Compiled by G.  Mai.    56    39    60    64    64    63    73    65    64    62    64    67    67    63    68    62    64    60    63    61    35  ......... 62    60    61    64    62  ,  63    56    ��� 60    61    64  R. Binger  62.54  Total rainfall .20 inches  Min.  40  32  36  35  40  36  . 39  45  41  43  50  40  43  40  40  42  30  44  40  34  46  31  43  3a  34  39  44  34  32  32  35  39J5  L W. Wiiuuon & Col  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Peat Office I  BUNGALOW, 5 noma, bathroom, fullyl  YOUNG PICS for aale.  Broa.' Office, Kelowna.  Apply Caaorao  28-1  TEAM, mores, aged 12 and 10, registered  imported Clyde and grade Percheron.  $450. A W. Cooke, Kelowna Field.  Box 126, Kelowna. 29-0  TWO TEAMS of good work horses-and  harneaa for aale. Apply T. Morrison,  R.R. No. I. or phone 3410. 29-Oc  FOR SALE, Studebaker 20, in good condition.   Apply G. H. Kerr, Glenmore.   2_2p  FOR SALE, Milk Cow, freah. Seed Pota.  jfjtoee, white, Cabbage Planta. Apply-  ||M. Gellatly. Cell.tly. B.C 29.0p  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Oflice and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. p  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Wanted, capable man  (married  preferred),   for   ranch work.  3] Must ba good milker and able to handle  dairy herd and live stock. Apply Dr.  C. W. Dickson, Vernon Road, phone  3203. 28-9  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  the money.  TWO-STOREY Freme-HoMee. with two  large Iota, 6 rooma with haaamant, Qoae  in.   $3,800 oa terma  BUNGALOW. 5 rooms, good outbuild-'  inga, with one acre of choice land. A,  snap, only $3300 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, 8 noma,  large cement basement, fully modern,  stable bold four horaaa. garage, woodshed, including two. Iota. $3,000 on  terma. Immediate possession can be  given.  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern, 7  room, bathroom, one acre of choice land  12 bearing fruit treea.   $5,500 ea terma.  FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE.-oodehed aad  chickenhouae.   $1,400 ea terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae, 6 noma,  good outbuildings, one acre ef choice  soil.   $3,000 ea terms.  TWO-STOP��Y cement block House, 6  rooms, kitchen and pantry, entrance nail  cement cellar outside. Stable. $4,750  on terma.  HOUSE,) rooma, Including four Iota,  stable bold four horse*, two chicken  houses, pig pen, 9 bearing fruit treea,  small fruits. $2,000. Half aaeh balance  to arrange.    ,  Wa have a largo selection of city property j  for sale. Call and see ua. Price* and ,  ternu to suit.  Office houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Seturdaey 9 to |  10 p.m.  Auction  Saturday, June 5th  ot tho residence of  W. W. Grummett  Harvey Av., opposite Palmer's greenhouse  at 2 p.m. '  TO RBNT  FOR RENT, two rooms, furnished, bath  and light, Richter Street North. Mra.  W. Clement. , 29.0p  TO LET, large furnished front room, close  in. Apply Box L, Record Office.   29.0p  M1SOBLLANBOUS  VACUUM  CLEANER for rent.  W. R. Thompton, phone 342.  Apply  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,300 lba.,  to work aingle.    Apply Norris, Ellison.    22lf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.CS.  courae yet > Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelowna;  25tf  FOUND, young Colt, black. Owner apply  Campbell, near Brick Yard. 26-9c  LOST OR STRAYED, Grey Persian Cat.  Reward for return to W. W. Pettigrew,  Stockwell avenue. 29  NOTICE. All persons are warned againat  purchasing the property at Benvoulin  known aa the Lytle place (north 20  acrea), on which ia a canning factory,  from anyone aave the undersigned, who  is in possession of the tame. H. I.  Turner. 28tf  Mitt Dillon will be pleated to meet  ladiea requiring Spirella Certeta at Room  5, Oak Hall Block, on Saturdays, from 2.30  to 5.   Phone 115 for special appointment.  Kryptok Lenses  Make Comfortable Reading  When you are obliged to look  upward from your reading distant objects are clear and distinct,  thua eliminating the removal of  glasses from time to time.  Let your next glasses be  KRYPTOKS  Driving Mare Cutter      Top Buggy  2 tela Single Driving Harnett  Stock Saddle and Bridle        2-horse Plow  I-horae Plow    Cultivator    Wheelbarrow  Set Moulding Planea, Stanley Mills  Set iron Bench Planea      2-inch Augur  Lot of Carpenter's Toole Buggy Jack  Hay Fork and Pulley Crowbar  Iron Pump and Piping complete  Hay Knife Forks, Shovels, Chaina  And various other articles.  HOUSEHOLD  FURNISHINGS  Dining room Table Kitchen Table  Large Mirror      Stretcher .and Mattreaa  Bedstead, Springe and Mattress  Sideboard Writing Desk  Oak Centre Table Rattan Rocker  Lounges, one Leather       Cook Stove  Sewing Machine, Raymond  Wood Heater        ' Coal Heater  Washing Machine and Wringer  Copper Boiler      Watbtuband Board  Stone Churn Broad Mixer  Cream Separator, one or two cow site  Steam Cooker Parlor Lamp  Hanging Lamp Angle Lamp  Diahet and Glassware 4 Lamps  Quantity Sealara Quantity Books  Set Practical  Reference  Libra��� in six  volumea  Clock 3 Toilet Sett  Many other articlea  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  Auction  i  At the re side, nee of  S. W. RICE  Water Street and Willow Avenue  Thursday, June 10th  Commencing at 2 p.m.  Oak Centre Table 2 tea grass Chaira  2 Children'a Rockers Oak Hall Mirror  9 x 12 Persian Carpet 4 Round Hall Mate  Willie Upright Grand Piano  Oak extension Dining Table  Set oak Dining Chain 3 Bedroom Mate  6x9 Congoleum Rug Golden oak Dret  White irom Bed, Mattreee and Springe  Jap Rug, 9x12      3 Bedroom Matt  3 white enamel Chaira  1 white iron Bed, Mattress and  Fumed oak Dresser  4 Kitchen Chain,      Pott and Pant  Pair crimson rep Curtains and Brats Rode  Crockery Glassware Sealere  Lawn Mower       50 ft Rubber Hoao  Garden Toolt          Many other trticlei  TERMS CASH  9x9 lop Mat  is aad Spring  Kitchen Table  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  The Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  TENDERS  FOR ERECTION  OF HOUSES  Tenders will be received by the under  signed up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday,  June 7th, for the erection of a number of  Houses under the Better Housing Scheme.  Plana and specifications mey be aeen at  the office of tho City Clerk. The lowest,  or aay, tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  May 26th, 1920. 2S-9  This Washer  Pays for Itself  In One Year  The Time Saver Electric Wither  lava enough money to pay (or  itself the hitt  yeu.  It saves tha  washer woman's wages; it laves  laundry bills; it saves the clothes,  for they last (our lime* at long  when washed in thit machine, fi  saves doctor's  bills, for it  cuts out back-  break i ng ���  drudgery.  Time Saver-  Electric  Wuhir1  Cceh lea to mn than the washer  woman tats. It operates for 2c tn  hour, and ii cuier to rim than a  lewing machine,  lt is moderate in  price. We have  a Time Saver  ready to show"  you. Lit m |  demonstrtte it in  your own hone.  rPtloss ef cal  tl ear Start.  W. W. LOANE  Phone  Opposite Sawmill Office  mlHC  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna


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