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 t*t*i*'*~"���m,  VOL V.   NO. 20.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913.  $1,50 Per Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  Grant to Kelowna Benevolent  Society - Big Total of Building Permits  ���it tha Hassling oi Ua* city council  un the 4th inst. th* mayor presided  over a meat ing consisting ��< Alderman Calder, Copeland, Coaast, and  Taylor.  After tho reading of the niuuUis,  the Mayor culled upon Mrs. Millie,  who was present on behalf oi th* Kelowna Benevolent Society. Mrs. Millie  addressed the oounoil at considerable  length, and quoted the work oi the  Benevolent Society, oi whioh ahe was  president. The Society waa doing a  gnat and good work, and such as tne  Oity or any other body ol men would  find much not* difficulty in aceom-  'ptishing than a number of tin opposite  sex, and she suggested that ii their  work was discontinued, the eity would  find conditions oi poverty among the  families oi laborers increasing to an  alarming extant. In spite oi the  generosity oi the citizens, their funds,  needed substantial support, and ii this  was net forthcoming, it was obvious  that the city would have to assume a  grave rcajjonnibility hitherto born* by  the Benevolent Society.  In reply to a remark by the Mayor  that the caeca quoted by Mrs. Millie  had not been reported to the city,  Mrs. Millie said thet hitherto the  Society hah been able to handi* the  business successfully. Now, howeavr,  thay were forced to seek easistanoe  irom the city, and aaked for a grant  of $200.  AM. Calder supported Mrs. Millie aa  to the vain* oi the work carried an by  tbe Society.  Alderman Calder moved that alOU  be granted to th* Benevolent Society  at MM* aad another tlOS in '*%?>.J1L  This was supported by Aid. Copeland  and carried. ,       '  Mrs. Millie thanked the council onl  behalf oi tha Society and withdrew  after being complimented by th* council for the ready eloquence end lucidity   with   which she had pleaded herj  securing discounts on the water and  light accounts* owing to th* difficulty  experienced in . sending away aoooiintn  for payment.  This gave rise to a discussion as to  what parties would he ull'octod by  change In the regulation, and finally  the city olerk was authorised to ace  ept oheqties in payment of accounts  with discount deducted irom all parlies  living outside the eity provided suoh  cheques were shown to hav* been  mailed nnt later than the 15th of the  month.  In reference to the sum required by  Mi'mmi'i. I'rehaii, Mount At Co., for  auditing the city's books, that firm  notifiedthn city that they would ac-  <i'|il ������'���-'.'ill per annum for this service.  On the motion of Aid. Taylor it was  deoided to fixtho remuneration at thut  amount.  The following accounts were p��H��d  for payment, nnd the meeting adjourned.  W H Paisley, payment  in full for  scavenging work    125 00  G Markham,  cleaning  office   and  drehell for February and Mar..   24 00  Dom Express Co., express      3 40  C P R, freight on wood pipe  310 00  D McMillan, digging graves      15 00  G H Dunn, petty caah      18 10  G A Bowser, refund   of  cemetery  fees, grave not required     10 00  Sewer payroll , 112 50  F Swainson, work on atreeta    78 00  Power House payroll for March  672 50  G H Dunn, aalary March   150 00  FV Royle      ..        ,. 90 00  WH Rennie   ���        ��� 70 00  PTDunn      ���        ��� 100 00  Dr Keller, ofhce rent for March  15 00  G F Teal, March aalary  100 00  R Sutherland, March aalary    125 00  G MacKay, night con."a aalary    85 00  J A Bigger, building inspector's aal   15 00  A R Davy, March aalary  166 66  Bum* * Temple, city solicitors'  aalary for three months    60 00  Dt Boyce, police magistrate's salary  for three montha  125 00  E Irwin, unloading pipe      I 33  W Hillhouse, unloading pipe       I 33  P Coffey, work on water worka    57 33  Ok. ialasySaaaCo, Maroh aocoasp .15 85  R Sutherland, refund of prisoners'  board account     16 30  Dr Huyeke, professional service to  prisoners.... *,    42 00  Messrs. Josselyn & Cooper appeared  to request the oounoil to approve and  sign a plan oi Block* 4 and 17 ' of  registered plan .809; they wen represented by Mr. B. B. Kerr, who'  stated that the plans had been on the  table two or three times before, butj  notion had been deferred.  After considerable discussion an  opposition by residents in the vicinity  oi the ground in question, an agree  jaunt wss arrived at, and the pla  vjndorawl by the mayor and oounoil.  Mr. C. Clement appeared to ask foe'  an   exception   to be made in reiereoc*  to   the   laying of pipes, to enable hi  residence   to   be oonneoted with   th  city mains.  AM. Taylor tnought that too many)'  1 exceptions   had   been    made already  but his ob-odtions were overcome an  the matter was referral to the Wate  and Light Committee.  An account received from Dr  Huycke relating to services rendered  to Italians who ha1 engaged in ui'  knife affray, was passed. J  Tho report of the Ohiei of Polio* foe  the month was read and filed. j  A report was read from the Building Inspootor showing building permits.  It is reported that Mrs. Pank-  hurst, the suffragette leader, will  he released shortly (rom the three  years' imprisonment imposed upon  her last week.  Parcels Post Planned  A paroelj post planned on the 'zona* aspect.  system, similar to that in tho United]   States is proposed for Canada. Post*  master general Pelletier 1ms announced)  that he will introduce the ncoessary)  legislation into parliament soon.  Since the inauguration of the system  in tho United States the Canadian  post-office department has bundle)  great quantities of incoming parcel  post matter without receiving any bens  r'lit in return.  The officials here hnve watched ths  oporation of the system closely, ami  have asked the Washington post ofli  department for a report on tt. \s\  this means they hope to avoid, in the)  formulation of the Canadian, system1  any mistakes whioh the United Stales)  may have made.  Discovery of  Oil Deposits  at Kelowna  Great Local Excitement Over  Find ��� Rush to Stake Claims  Teat Hole to be Sunk  I In; giealcst excitement hns prevailed in town during the Inst lew  dnya over lhe leaking out of details of ,lhe astounding discovery  of what it is confidently hoped will  prove lo be lhe existence of vast  oil deposits within u ehoit distance  of Kelownn,  lhe discovery was actually made  some five or six weeks m;o l>y Mr.  Manly Byrns. On some low-lving  land near the Fivi? Bridges', which  is within half a mile of Kelowna,  he noticed n greasy scum floating  on the surface of lhe suif.ice water,  some of the land around there  brinrj of n wet, swampy nature,  especially at this time of the year.  Feeling confident thnt what he saw  wns nn indication nf the presence  of crude oil, Mr. Byrne took one or  two others into his ronficlenre and  inquiries were made as the result  of which claims 'were staked.  An effort, of course, was made  to keep the matter s��cret until a  proper analysis and examination  had been made, hut the news  somehow got abroad yesterday nnd  a rush was at once made to stake  claims. Some are said lo have  staved up all lost night nnrl jjol out  with the first streak of daylight ihis  morning, lhe result is that the  country for a considerable distance  around has been covered wilh  small square posts with mysterious  figures upon them,  A number of claim holders are  already getting together for the  p irpose-of hiriuK a drilling outfit  with which,a trial hole will be.  sunk, and determining what possible hidden wealth lies beneath  the surface.  A sample of the oleaginous deposit has been sent to Victoria for  verification, and if the suspicions  of all those inrerestedjn the discovery are well founded, the possibility arises of the inaguration of  an industry guaranteed lo revolutionize the whole existence of the  valley. This, will mean a large  influx of settlers and consequently  a general raise in the commeicial  Bob Sutherland Still  Unconquered  Beats Eklund in Monday's  Wrestling Match  The-abovc inattli took place on Monday  laat before an enthuiinitic audience wliich  occupied about tl.ree-qunrleri ofthe available apace in the Opera House and reeult-  ed in a victory for Sutherland in the lint  two throwi.  The only preliminary item wai a wrestle  between Meaara, J. McMillan and J. Clark,  which wbb won by the former in 8 minutes  and 30 seconds.  Then after n pause Clarence Eltlund took  his seat nn the stage amid a hearty welcome, while Sutherland received a right  royal ovation from his many supporters.  The usual format introduction then took  place and the competitors came to grips.  Lack of space forbids a minute description of the contest, but after an hour and  21 minutes of tense expectation, Sutherland forced his opponent into submission  by his powerful scissors-hold.  A brief interval followed and tlimv the  struggle recommenced. To and fro the  combatants reeled, from writhing and  squirming in the centre ofthe mat to har-  nsaing the spectators at the back' of the  stage and even verging on falling into the  auditorium.  Finally nfter a shorter Lout than the  first Sutherland again managed to apply  the scissor lock which squeezed the breath  out of his antagonist inch by inch until the  referee again gave the decisive slap in  favor of the Chief of Police.  During the first bout it was impossible  to foretell the issue, the great strength of  Sutherland's leg muscles being well matched by Eklund's almost cat-like agility.  I'he pdiceinan was on the offensive in  the first bout but Eklund's first fall made  him apparently nettled and he was more  aggressive in the second round.  At the conclusion of the match Pat  Connolly, who waa present, rose and announced that he had come up from Vancouver in order to challenge Sutherland  and also the winner of the present match;  he sttited that he had been vanquished |  previously by Sutherland when not in a  very good condition. The latter accepted  the challenge provided he could have time  to train, and a period of three weeks was  agreed upon for thia purpose. The date  fixed for the contest ii Monday. April 21st  Earl Beauchamp ie mentioned  as a possible successor to the Duke  of Connaught.J S  A German newspaper was recently suppressed for stating lhat  the Crown Prince, the future  Kaiser, is much too gay.  The president ol an eastern poultry  asBoet-ation predict a that   within    leu  is��ied for the flrrt three months" of ths)  yw H will be unlawful toj)ffer m*  year amounting to $lBft,490.iH). I  Thin    report    for three months wa  greater    than   the one submitted   for:  six months of 1012, and testified in   a'  striking way to the constant growth  of tho oity. I  A motion was then carried that the!  action of the Finance Committee in]  extending an option on $52,000 of the'  orty's debentures be approved.  A letter was road from Mr. E. Bug-.  land relative to the moving ol an'  eleetrio light pole on 1.01.1��� street a few  feet north to facilitate access to his  property, I  Alderman Calder stated that/ the1  residents on the north Bide oi the  property in question objected, whertr  upon the mayor suggested that the  Light Committee look into it.  An account waa received from Messrs  Palmer Ac Rogemou for wvrk dona in'  the park and on the streets.  A ' letter was read from the C.P.R,  protesting against the 15th of tha  month being set aa tho date limit ior.  for   sale    in    Canada     that are not  stamped.  The Hon. Thos. Taylor, minister of  public works, and the deputy minister  Mr. W. W. Foster, are to attend the  Congress of International Highways  Association at London, Eng-, in June,  as the representatives af this province.  Tho biggest blast in the construction  of the Grand Trunk Pacific was it  cently set off at Burns l.ukc. The  blast contained five tons of dynamite  and 55 tons of black powder.  A regiment of the Canadian militia  may be established in Nanaimo in the  near future, with un armory located in  tho city.  Jack MoGinniB was sentenced ofl)  Tuesday to three months imprinoiw  ment for supplying liquor to an inter*  diet. |  Robert Wilson received a sentence oi  three months for conveying intoxts  cants to Indians. |  MISS VERNA FELTON  Who will appear al the Opera House with The Allen Players next week  School Trustees  Regular Meeting  At the regular meeting of the  school trustee* Messrs. . Lawsuit  McKenzie, Bigger, Trench and  McTavish were present.  A discussion a* to the delay of  the architect's arrival took place,  considerable indignation being expressed at hia failure to keep hi*  appointment, A telegram was  despatched to him regarding the  matter.  It waa arranged that a single  service telephone should be installed for lhe use ofthe principal.  The report of the Inspector of  Schools was then read and showed  that very good work waa being  carried on, special mention being  made of that done by the principal  and Miss Caldwell respectively.  The inspector offered suggestion  as follows :���  1. That the double desks be re  placed by single ones as soon as  convenient.  2. That the walls of the brick  school be tinted at midsummer to  aid in the idea of proper sanitation and to improve their appearance.  3. That the repairs reuuired in  the walls of the frame building be  carried out and steps taken to prevent nails being driven into the  walls indiscriminately.  The following accounts were  passed:���  J. A. Morrison       75  Ok. Lumber Co        64  W. Haug    212*  R. Sutherland   10 00  Mor.-Thomp. Hardware Co  17 85  Visit of Masonic Grand  Lodge Officers  The St. George's Lodge No. 41,  G.R.R.C, was honored on Friday  last by the official visit of the Grand  Master, M. W. Bro. John M. Rudd,  G.M. He wis accompanied by  R. W. Bro. H. Lang, D.D.G.M. On  the completion of the regular work  for the evening the brethren rctir  ed to the banquet room where the  usual Masonic toasts were given  and , responded to���" King and  Craft;" " Grand Lodge of British  Columbia," responded to by MAV.  Bro. Rudd, G.M., and R. W. Bro.  H. Lang, D.D.G.M.j "Visiting  Brethren,"Broa. Bowser and Rogers  replying ; " Wor. Master and Officers of No. 41," Wor. Bro. Burtch  and the wardens-responding.  During the evening songs were  contributed by Bros. Wallace, Williams, Edwards and Lang.  Double Wedding  The arrival of the " Okanagan "  on Friday was eagerly anticipated  foi il enabled the interesting ceremony of a double wedding to take  place, the bride-grooms being Mr.  Joseph Finch and Mr. Robert Court  Hugh Malhie, who were united  respectively to Miss Mary Ann  Wrake of Maiden, Essex, England,  and Miss Sarah Agnes Rumball of  Dublin, lieland ; Mr. Ernest Lawley  acling in the capacity of " best  man." The brides were " given  away " by Mr. Davies under whose  escoit they crossed from the British  isles. The service, which was held  in the Anglican church by the Rev.  Thos. Greene, wa* attended by ���  large r.umber of friends, many of  whom observed the ancient custom of showering rice upon the  married couples as they emerged  from the church, rice being the  emblem of fertility.  The respective pairs will reside  in Kelowna.  The wedding took place at the  Presbyterian Manse, Vernon, of  Mr. John Brown and Miss Agnes  W. Collens, both of this city. The  Rev. C. O. Maine officiating.  Messrs. J. Kern and F. Heather  have placed an order for 70 cases  of stumping-powder witht he Giant  Powder Co. of Vancouver. This  powder is supplied to members of  lhe Farmers' Institute at a greatly  reduced freight rate by special arrangement of the Government with  the C. P. R.  Born.���To the wife of Mr. John  Alexander, on Wednesday, April  2nd, a son.  Rutland News  (From eur true* correspondent)  Rumours of oil-strikers are going  around. Oh, for tome indication*  in Rutland I  Mr. E. Davis ia in town this  week in connection with the aitting  of the Board of Investigation under the water act.  A re-organization of the Methodist Bible Class is to take place at  the parsonage on Monday. A  social evening is to be made of the  occasion.  The secretary of the diatrict  Sunday-school*, Mr. D. H. Riggs,  and J. W. Jonea, mayor of Kelowna, are to give addresses at the  Sunday-school anniversary to be  held on Sunday morning, April  20th.  Spraying is the order of the day  and a strong odour of sulphur  abounds. A lady visitor unaccustomed to spraying operation*, waking up one morning ,and whiffing  the perfume usually accredited to  the lower regions, thought the end  of the world had surely come I  The Kelowna Irrigation Co. have  a gang of.men busily engaged in  patching up the wooden flume*  under their control, but owing to  the amount of moisture still visible  the demand for irrigation water  will not be sudden or very pressing  just now.  Baseball as a science is not the  strong point with our local players,  and after two badly-beaten games  played with our friends of Ellison  (the one on Saturday last resulted  14 to 8 against Rutland) we would  suggest our local team trying their  luck with a 12-inch board in the  next game. Surely nothing of any  acoount could pass then.  A nasty accident occurred la?t  Sunday when Mrs, Geo. Barber,  of Salmon Arm was thrown out of  an auto, which -was turned too  ���harplr in approaching the long  hill close to the store. The auto  turned completely over, and although the other occupant* were  shaken up, Mra. Barber is nursing  a badly broken wrist.  Charles 6 imdcrson, a Swede, and  John Harris, were arraigned before the  magistrate this morning on oharges of  drunkenness. Ths former paid his  fin* and oi-sts amounting to K, whilo  tho latter reoeived a bard labor sen-  tonco, sad will be employed on the  streets.  A Pentiotou boy, tan years of agu,  lamed Leslie Bill, died in the Kelowun  Hospital as tlie result of an operation  for appeadioitis, combined with other  internal troubles.  Tbe many friends of Bart McClure  will b* sorry to bear of his serious  illness whioh incapacitated him but  week. His condition is, however,  causing satisfaction to Dr. Knox, who  is attending him,  Mra. J. Doyle returned last week  from tbe coast, her health greatly im  proved as a result of ber visit.  The Okanagan Jam Co., at Summerland, are desirous of securing  all the small fruits obtainable in  the valley. For detail* apply to  the secretary of the Farmer*'  Institute. Kelowna.  The death occurred on Tu s lay  of Ila Bateman, aged six jeers,  daughter of J. T. and Mra. Bateman. The funeral took place at  2.30 to-day at the cemetery. Mr.  Bateman comes from the prairie  and has only been in thia district  a few weeks. We wish to extend  to him our earnest sympathy in ha  disheartening introduction to this  neighbourhood.  The Kelowna Dramatic Society  returned from a tour of Enderby,  Armstrong and Vernon to-day,  where they have been producing  " Charley's Aunt." They were received by full houses at the two  latter places.  It is practically decided that the  scarlet tunic will entirely disappear  as the full-dress uniform of British  infantry of the line and Royal  Marine*.  It is rumoured that the Prince  of Wales will visit Canada next  vear, but no definite arrangements  have been made. KELOWNA RECORD  mLmm  Thursday, April 10  una, \m   '  THE ORCHARDCITYREC'ORD  Pukllthtsl entry Thursday at tht Offict,  Ktiuwna   B.C.  JOHS LE.4THLEY, Editor and Hroprtttor,  Subscription $1.50 ptr annum.  To United Statts $2.00 ptr annum.  AaSftrtistnef ratts upon application.  Boy Scout Movement  By "MAOISTLK"  Grouting !l<.t*! nut, uu Home people  titn-ta iu iliiuk. ui-vaiiarily mean sol-  tiivriiig und Hjjht iii>.;, iIh-i. ja tha foim  ul p��c�� jcouliug, wliich includes tliv  work, uud attributee uf pioneeri uf  olvlUzatloDi Tbuav uian wliu art*  wurklng in tbu lurihrtt rwruere of the  ifunli, i*-,aiming it for their ruut,  whethet its explurers, mllROllftrtU,  liuulcra. or police,- thena wen are the  ���tuuta uf i lie nation. To carry uiit  their vturk they have tu be rtrsourae-  ful uud ��elf reliant, tu be ublo tu vu-  dute dinuite, daugvr*, aud difficult!**  v% iIb cbe��ifulueas, tu ba helpful LO tmi'h  utbtr in addition to being -irli-  bslpfutj tu bit loyal lo thoir employers  oi govvronijmtj tu do their work, (ar  from ajijdauau or eewurd simply lu<  cauts it is their work; in u wordlthay  huve tu Iw FiiHii in (lie ln-sl sous' ol  lhe word, ihul ia uillfcuu* "i miiiraoUtr  if they ni-' going to <lu nny good)  There can \m no doubt that one grmi  need nf thu nation ia "charadei-  training/' The charm-trr ut a nation  i* that uf tbe Individuals who com-  puHt? it; every people thut ever roseto  bu a notion in history ilitt so by  force of arum, nml every nation tht*  omitted io ratals Its hardihood nml  inulutaln ita power of mil<!*r-n��*e on  nn utltMjiitite standardi fell under the  ntiitrk of a stoongar loe or from thu  usury of traitors wlthhij so that llie  "eharaoter" required for n nnt ion is  lhal oi enorgotta Industry nml Integri  ly, coupled with n strong nml pruct-  irtil patriotism.  Thf training of nny scout or front*  iersman is conducive io ultimate suo-  ocma, not only by muscle nr knowledge  of roadlng, writing, and arithmetic,  but by his own energy, intcllijoinci*,  unli-discipline, and practical help given  to hia country. WV quote an inntamv*  Snmuol Champlatn, Coor^o Wnflihlng-  toii, Abraham Lincoln, Tbeolon*  Koort'volt, Lord Strnthcona, nmoiif;  many othcrn. So il we waot to make  our    nation    ^rrnt, or wnnt  to  makt  our boys great, the process is thf  same���truin the future men in the  development  of  " character."  This)  h  an  important step iu e,luca  tion,  but  one which in schi.ol*.  ia  apt  tu   be    neglected    iu the hope thai  it.  will "euine iu time.1'  Thu old dog Cannot be 1uugh1 uuW  tricks: the chance of success lies iu  working wilh tho boy, not with th*  mau. "Save a man nnd you save oue  person: save a hoy and vou save a  whule mulliplication table." Kduuu-  lion of the present day is guoil, but a  kuuwledge uf the three It's, ami of  waving a tlag ou a public holiday ure  not all thut is needed. Buys of the  hf.iii.ui are full of entbusiusm and  spirit, nnd require only to have their  heiuls turned the right way to becaitft  gtiod useful citi/ens. Many are neg-  leotetf, nnd simply become "huollganSi1  The ivineily for this stute of uffnirs  must In- applied to lhe rising generation, ami tbe aim sliould be to instill  Into the future men n spirit of munly  self reliance and unselfishness*. I'he  Individual citizen helps in this as  shown by the work uf Roys' Brigades,  Y.V.lV.A.'s, ami other numerous sooi  elies ot the same kind, ami yet they  still only hold a portion o the field.  Thai lhe) do not Influence a greater  number of boys Is duo to want of  amalgamation of etTort umong the  different organisations, ditfirully in  getting young men to take up the  training uf boys, and dtlliouHy in attracting boys am) maintaining their  interest   alter they  have go I   them.  (hie remedy for this condition is  found iu Scouting, as bein- applicable  lo all  societies, classes, and cfeisls,  it  might, by common, adaption, form a  greal bond <>f union* By reason of its  prui-lical and sporting nature, it np  penis tn n witler Iteld of possible in  iitruetors, nml above all, by it* vtui  ety of attractions, it appeals directlv  to the boys themselves, men to tht  worst hooligans, The system of in  Rtruotlon is first, to gel the boy t  dcvclope   his     own re oiii'cefulne a and  self-itillanoe by means of Rcout*oraft, |  und then to pass ou lo tests in various qualifications such ns are likely to  be useful to him in the future. Thus  there are badges lo 1h�� won for electr-  loians, horsemen, furmerH, gardonfJTS,  musicians, nupenteiH, antl so on, in  addition to c In? actual scouts' budge*  ol first and second class rank, testifying to their ability in swimming,  pioneering, conking, woodamnnship,  boat management, and othir points of  manliness and hardinesR. Personal  responsibility for hiB own phyeioal de-  velopnu'iit und heullh is encouraged in  tbe boy, and especially we trust iu his  honor, and expect him to do a good  turn to someone every day. Further,  scouts are taught personal self-sacrifice  fur others in saving life, alao collective public duty to their country in  working I heir troopa as fire brigades,  forwt rangers, ambulance corps, police  signal corps, seamen, etc.  The training is non-military, even  the ordinary drill of boys' institutions  being reduced to u minimum, since  drill tends to destroy individuality.  In religion the Scouts are undenom  1 national, and do not assume or in  terfere with the prerogative of parents  ur pastors by giving religious inst rue  tion, but insist on the observance and  pruclice of whatever form oi religion  lhe boy professes, and the main duly  Impressed upon him is oontaiucd in  lhe three points of scout promise,  namely:     di   to be loyal  to God and  the King (2) to do a good turn daily  to other peop.c, and (3) to obey th.'  Scout Laws.  Watch   P.   Burns'   window   for  bargains.���Cash only.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  FORD  THE UNIVERSAL CAR  Now and here-not then  and there lies your opportunity. The Ford product  has been multiplied by  two-and-a-half, but the  demand has been multiplied by four. If you want  one for spring service you  must get it now. Don't  delay.  There aie more titan 220,000 Fords on the  world's highways���the best possible testimony to their unexcelled worth. Prices���  runabout $763���touring car $886���with all  equipment, f.o.b. Kelowna, B.C. Get particular from Kelowna Garage & Machine  Work* Co., Ltd.���or direct from Walker  villr, Cnt.   UN    HI        ���S  ���St*  'Phone 240  P.O Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  We RpDair   ^aw' ^" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  *" Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  F.nginfs,Motor Boats; Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  .  We StOCk   Cold  Rfl,led Sha,lin��> Bo,ta> Screw'' Nu">  and Engineer*' Supplies  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It will soon be needed i  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Prpprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KEL.OWNA, B.C  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. MGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimate! Furnished on all kinds of buildings.      Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and moat up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country, patronage solicited  "  1 . .   ���    I      .    . . . .   : 'If  ���mm   ' "������.  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  ���  ���  ONE NIGHT ONLY  SATURDAY, APRIL 12th  Special Matinee at 3.15  Night show commencing at 7 o'clock sharp  Engagement Extraordinary  of the most popular of moving pictures  The 1912 Pendleton  Round-Up  Brought back from the coast cities at enormous expense  but the admission price is the same as usual:  Adults, 25 cents Children, 10 cents  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  1     ' "���" '���' "||" **********,**M***Mi**M*a^^^**liM*wa*ia***MM*��Bm3MlB*tM*m*Mme*mos*^m**** n      ..s-aTasSMfca��� , i ... ,n  ONE WEEK, commencing  MONDAY, APRIL 7th  Verna Felton  AND THE  Returing after a tiiumphal tour of the prairie  cities where the company met with an un-  ��� paralleled series of successes    .   ���  A high-claas company of 20 talented artists, including  The Royal Hungarian String Quartette  Opening bill on Monday night  "THAT GIRL FROM TEXAS"  A Comedy of Youth  Change of programme nightly  Seat sale at Crawford's store. Popular Prices  & Thursday, April 10  KELOWNA EBCOSD  We're Ready  With the Spring Lines in Men's Suitings. There are  nearly 500 patterns to choose from, many of them exclusive in design, and cannot be obtained elsewhere. Come  in and have a good look even if you don't buy. Its great  to see all these different cloths to pick your spring suit  from. We won't coax you to buy. Just come and have  a look in the meantime.  Prices start at $20, and go up to $40  FIT REFORM TAILORING  Coma and investigate our ,'  Special Order Department  We keep our own tailor on the premises and can guarantee you  satisfaction.  Spring Leaders  Fan Tan  New Blue  Dixie Gray  These are some of the new  color tones for Spring Suitings.  They come in the worsteds  and tweed effects. Some are  twills.in fine and coarse weaves  This is what the stylish dressers in large cities are wearing.  We're showing a large variety  of these popular weaves. Made  to measure by The House of  Hobberlin, Limited. We return every dollar if not satisfactory.  a  COME IN AND HAVE A LOOK  The Oak Hall Clothing Co.  LIMITED  tnmore  Notes  Mr*. Geo.' Melville is convalescent after a short illness.  Mr. Kerr is erecting a new and  commodious barn on his lot.  Mi. Needham who has been ill  for some time has quite recovered.  Mr. Gordon Kerr spent Sunday  with his father, Mr. Geo. H. Kerr.  Mr. Cunningham has rented his  ranch for the summer and will  work at his trade in town.  Mr. Reginald Hunt has purchased a new horse and will move back  on his ranch in a few weeks.  Mr. R A. Scott in back in the  valley after spending the winter at  his home in Teeawater, Ont.  Mr. W. J. Rankin is assisting Mr.  H. S. Wake in clearing his lot. Mr.  Wake intends putting in an orchard  this apring.  Mr.,Ernest King who ha* spent  the winter on his ranch at Armstrong paid a flying visit to the  valley last week.  Mr. Jas. Lome of Fort William,  Ont., spent a day with Mr. C. E.  Atkin, before leaving to spend the  summer on his ranch at Woods  Lake.  Mr. Benson and his sister Mrs.  Barclay arrived last week from  Brandon add will spend the summer on the ranch of Mr. Paul Earle  of Montreal.  Mr. D. Mills and his two sons  have moved out to their ranch after  spending the winter in Kelowna.  Mr. Mills has purchased a fine team  of horses and intends to woik them  on his two lots this season.  Mrs. Belliveau of Ottawa, who  has been the guest of Mrs. Rich-rd  Andrews for the past week, met  with a painful accident while walking along the irrigation ditch she  slipped and fell, spraining her  ankle quite badly.  The many friends of Mr. A. Leslie who spent last summer with  his friend Mr. MacDougal will be  glad to hear that he hopes to return to Glenmore in June. Mr.  Leslie has been in Buenos Ayres  all winter and will return to Scotland before sailing for Canada.  NOTICE is hereby (Iran thai meetinge  of tha Procincial Labour Commission will  be held in the following places :���  Enderby-Monday, April 26th, 8 p.m.  Armstrong-Tuesday, April 29th, 2 p.m.  Vernon-Wedneaday, April 30th, 2 p.m.  Kelowna-Friday, May 2nd, 6 p.m.  Summerland-Monday, May 3th, 10,30 a.m.  Penticton-Tueaday. May 6th, 10 a.m.  Other meetings will be announced later  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting  labour  conditiona in  the Province.   All peraons interested are  invited to ba preaent.  H. G. PARSON.  Chairman.  F. R. McNAMARA,  Secretary. 18-3  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and AU Angela' Churoh.  Hair Conununjan, first and third Sundays ia lha  month al S a.m.; ascand and fourth Sunday,,, altar  Momins Prayer.  Utany ea lha riraC and third Sundays.  Moraine Prayer at 11 o'clock I  Evanina Prayar al  St. Andrew'a, Okanagan Mission.  First and third Sunday ia month. Holy Communion  alOa.m.   Matins and Ulany, 11 a.m.  Cveneoas 7:30  Sscoad Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evansona 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B, A.. Raetor.  Rev. C H. MEYRICK. AaaiH.nt Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knew Prasbytarian Churoh, Kelowna.  Momins Servioea al 11 a.m.; evaidaa eanrisaaal 7:30  Dja.   Sunday School al 2r30 p.m.  Waakly Prayar MaaSna an Wedneadaya al * p.m.  Benvoulin Presbyterian Churoh.  Afterneea service at 3 p.m. Sunday Mesial 1p.m.  e\ow Open ��*- i  ������'  CITY PARK  RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY  Comar Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  First-Class Meal*, Chop Suez &  Noodles (good cooking)  Maal Tickets, $4.30:   Sinale Maals, lie. up  Furnished Rooms lo Rent  QUON TAPE   -   Proprietor  *m mm mm mm  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  can supply the following  Apple Treea:  Transcendent Crab  Yellow Newtown  Delicious  Wagner  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Grimes Golden  Northern Spy  i  Mcintosh Red  Hyslop Crab  Jonathan  Also Roses, Lilac, Hydrangeas,  Red and Pink Honeysuckle,  Carolina Poplars, Russian Poplars, Manitoba Maples, Golden  Willow*. AlaoafewPears,Small  Fruits and Hedge Plants.  J. C. STOCKWELL -  Mangr.  KELOWNA, B.C.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Chureh.  Sabbath Service al 11 a.m. aad 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2,30 p.m.  Midweek service Wedneaday at 8 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. M.A., B.D., Pastor  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Kllice St.  Sabbath Sarvkee at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School al 2.30 p.m.     All welcome.  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Weleh. Paator  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone: No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kind* of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam  and  Gasoline Boats,  and alao Scow*  EXCURSION  PARTIES  CtUnd for  To AU Parti of tho Lake  We Are Busy  But Not Too Busy  to give you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you and  all your printing  requirements  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company and  Legal Forms  'PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department  Model No. E. If 7 .  3-butlon English Sack). Long soft-roll,  peaked lapel; with udl-roundcj fronts.  Slightly hois-fitting���and gives the Wearer  a semi-militatj) appearance. Made in plain  tans, brovnt, greys, etc  "Out-of-the-Ordinary"  TF you haven't found  complete satisfaction in  past experiences with ready-to-  wear clothing, it's not the"ready-  to-wear" idea that should be blamed  ���it's more likely to be the brand*  you've tried.  Ever try the " Fit-rite" brand ?  Try it, this Spring.  At least come and look over the splendid new  models we're showing in this better-class line st  moderate prices.  There's a modish appearance about these new  Soring suits that reveals the touch of the master designer.  They represent clothes perfection lo Ihe last detail.  Drop in to-day and permit  ui to ihow you these re-  Eresentatives of Fashion's  tteat decrees.  THOS, LAWSON, KeJovra. KELOWNA RFXORD  Thuradatj, April 10  ���mi..��� i '.��iJwiiw"*i  =  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  Nursery Stock  For Sale  WEALTHY  COX'S OKANGK PIPPIN  SIoINTOSH BED  .VORTHERN BPY  WINKSAI'  JONATHAN  SPITZENBERG  ry.Va.N13B  TRANUICNDANT CRABS  FLEMISH BEAUTY  BARTLKTT  BOUSSOQK  COMICK  D'ANJOU  CALL OK WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  Town and Country  L  WHEN you plant your  garden, good, tools help you both  in enjoyment and the success of the  work. Come in here to-day and have a look  around this store���we have all the latest  garden tools at the right pricea.  Here are * few:  Garden Barrows Potato Planters  ���     Hoes Planet Jr. Goods  ���     Rakes Shovels & Spades  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO,, Ltd.  wP  PRODUCTIVE LAND  If you are seeking  Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Friiit Acreage  apply to  R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  Telephone    ���    L I  Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  Mr. arid Mr*. A. Eutio arrived on  the boat on Tuesday laat.  Mr. F. M. Buckland relumed to  town on Wednesday from the  State*.  The Kelowna Tennis Club at a  meeting held laat Saturday decided  to open the courta on May Ist.  Pumping operations are being  carried on in Water St. owing to  break in one of the aewer pipes,  Harry Blair, lately employed in  J. Cameron'* blacksmith, shop, bs*  opened a new forge on Lawrence  Avenue.  A " Ford " touring car has been  purchased from the Kelowna Garage & Machine shops by Messrs.  Duggan & Davies.  Laat week a Creek named Walter  Tauric waa killed at the railway  works.  The usual Church of England  service will be held in the East  Kelowna schoolhouse Sunday next  at 3 p.m.  Mr. F. M. Logan of Vancouver  spent part of this week in town  for the purpose of visiting the surrounding neighborhood.  The residence of Mr. DuMoulin  is in the hands of the builders who  are effecting an extension on the  south-west corner.  Tenders are being aolicited for  flooring the new English Church  on Richter Street, and when this  work is completed the church will  be ready for occupation.  The monthly meeting of the  Country Girla' Hospital Aid will  be held at the home of Mrs. Cameron, " Guiaachan," on Saturday,  April 12th.  An.extension is being made at  the back of the Royal Hotel, and  will consist of two storeys, the upper one containing bed-rooms and  the lower an elaborate lavatory,  and a store room for liquors, etc.  Messrs. Glenn At Son have commenced operations on an enlarge  ment of their premises. The building will have concrete walls and a  brick front, the floor demenaions  being 30 x 100 feet.  Messrs. Crehan, Mouat & Co.,  of Vancouver, auditora for the city  and aeveral local firms, have opened a permanent office in the Hew-  etson 6t Mantle Block.  The " White" Restaurant will  open on Saturday, April 12th, on  Water St. next to Casorso's store.  The White Restaurant is to-called  because it ia owned and managed  by white men.  The annual meeting of the Kelowna Poultry Aaabciation will be  held next Wednesday evening,  April 14 at 7.30 in the Sons of England room, Keller Block, All  members are requested to attend.  On Thursday, April 17th the  Political Equality League meets at  the house of Mr. snd Mrs. Kerr,  Lake Ave., at S p.m. The subject  of discussion will be " True Democracy,"   All friends welcomed.  In the last tliree'"montlis the  Ladies Hospital Aid has tiled the  operating room at a cost of nearly  $500 ; furnished the dresser for a  private ward and haa aupplied the  hospital with 34 aheets, 13 towels,  40 pillow cases, li dozen bath  towels, 27 typhoid jackets and 8  operation jackets  The Rev. A. Dunn will address  lhe Brotherhood Sunday on India,  Friends are asked,to make special  note of |hi* a* it will be the last  meeting this season. Ladiea are  specially invited to, attend and a  collection will be taken up to  defray lhe petty expenses connect  ed with the work.  Watch P. Burns' window foi  bargains. ���Cash only.  =  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue      - -      Kelowna, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B. C  P. EDMUND Cd.lt  Architect  Heweteon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phon* 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. H*rv*y. B.A.. Sc, C.E., D.L.S,, B.C.L3.,  .   and B.C.LS.  CflARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C.  Phon* 147. P.O. Boa 2)1  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD TOD  BOYD  Kshitiitioner Royal Callage of Muaic, and lately  with Keitdriek Pyne.  Mas. Doc. Oraaaiet of tho  Cathedral, Meaeheetoi. Ena-.  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al Ilia Sludio, Treacb, Block. Kelowna.  Mu.ic  of event description  supplied.  P.O. o>4>7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Boa IS* Thane S  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  Reeaivae Pupils al hie Sludio in the MORRISON  BLOCK lor Lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  I yeare* pravioue aaeerience   Wilt play lor daocee  Addraae Boa 237, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specificationa Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residence*  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Associate ol lha Royal Collect of Ot*asists, Load.)  Gives lessons .in the above subjects.  Qualified   by  examination.    Many  PIANOFORTE  euccaaaee   at local  examinations  (Trinity  College, London)  15 yeara* successful teaching eaperience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Assoc. Mesa. Caa. Sac, C. E       Graduate Teroato  Uaivarittv  Wav-ve.tyW S^S^JW,. ***  KELOWNA.      "'?: B.C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Ciaduele McGill University)  Residence :   LAWRENCE AVE.  MesMgea may be lefl al the office of  Measre. Rellenbury tt Williams  Misa FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M.(London)  laachaa correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366. Kelowna.  Or apply "Record" Office,  Madame J. E. BELLI VEAU  will take pupila for  PIANOFORTB AND SINGING  Special attention given lo beginnera  Apply co. Mra. R. S. HALL, Clenn Aye.  = 150,000 ���  Tomato Plants  .   FOR 5ALE besides,  Beddipg & Cabbage Plants  ���Sic.  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 13S  *st^*^rt>*S**i*'*t*s*^*^*m*fmt*lm'*st>e*^st*Ssf*^^rl���*^^  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within on* half mil* of town, and being  about loo feet above lha lake, it commands a beautiful view of lhe town, ahe and aurroundin* country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. ���        Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa lhe op.  port unity of selecting a few acrea of thi* dasireble  property.  If you wiah a ahaap building lot or an acre of land call oa.ua and w* will  ahow you our sub.division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Juat four bloaka from th* caniro of th* town.    Pricea lew.   Terms *aay,  monthly payments if ao desired.  I  Fire Insurance  W* ropresent only lhe beat baud eompaniee.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted thia spring  with  standard varieties  Lflts from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  U*M***mS%WmmMi*1si********Mw*MBm~m*m~**.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  'I' . if .l\ m i ill, lir III I  I Ir'l afcJaaagaTaSaeMSBBSa  Are now completely equipped to supply aH your  lumber needs.  We have now a large stock of loeal aad coast  ROUGH ANDFINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and tn  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  lath mo -smwm Thuradaij, April 10  KELOWNA 1BCOBO  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you like Is here  :.    Ask lo See our No. 257    :.  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  JBNU  At  iijiahd fatah. cm Memdt  AautM urUhaM  cttd ihmaJ.  Xjho.Xs.jl  m%. toitUh:~  home id vtfabe fyu pet you\ eo#t~  j(M and kafiftinete and Wftoq the  hutibUi^\ha\dwhk. fu\nibh  , it unmake ti fit to Iwe in and  emoy. a lov&lii home make^ a  lihlonf itHJheteion on the inincU  oi vou\ ehUdhen. eonte toub. \w  Witt five uou ki<fh ^adetfubnitube  fa the tort jttiee.  KsELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " Wt Make Horn** Happu."  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and ne v English Churches)  CCCI^C   Carter's (England), 10 cents a package  Valuable, prizes  Simmer's (Toronto) 5  a prises will be aivao at the Fall fair lor collection, ol Ve. etiJbles and Flower.  Irom seed! endplaete suMrad by us.    Particulars en price list later.  Tomato, Cabbage & Bedding Plant*  Cutflowers, Ferns and Easter Flowers,  English Rose Trees nnd Climbers,  PhoMM PALMER A ROGJ5RSON      p.o.Bo��H7  The Kelowna Benevolent  Society:  Its Origin and Objects  The Kelowna Benevolent Society  was originally formed in October  of 1909. It owes its origin to the  efforts of a number of ladies to  raise funds to relieve a particularly  bad case of sickness and distress.  As a result of thia it transpired  that there might be other cases of  a similar nature, and auch proved  upon inquiry to be the case. Discoveries of distress and direct  need were made showing urgent  necessity of forming a band of  workers to cope with all such  cases.  A meeting waa held in Dr. Knox's  office and a aociety formed with  president, secretary and treasurer.  The Hon. Price Ellison was approached and a handsome grant  of $865 was received through him  from the government, a further  ���������tun of $490 being collected local  ly, in addition to donationa of  clothing and bed linen. With this  capital the; energetic members  were enabled to pay doctors' fees  and grocery bills and to employ  four nurses. A hoapital bill of  $170 waa paid and during the  winter of 1909-10 eight persons,  members of six different families,  were assisted.  In the following winter relief  waa carried to five families; two  nurses were employed and in addition quantitiea of clothing were  sent to outlying cases of distress;  doctors' and druggists' accounts  were paid to the extent of $82.25.  This amount was subscribed by  the members only no extraneous  support being received.  Again, in the winter of 1912 and  1913 aix families were relieved,  five different consignments of clothing were sent to outlying places,  two nurses were employed, an  account foi drugs was paid and a  doctor's expenses were guaranteed.  Supplies of groceries were gratefully received and meat was donated by P. Burna & Co. Further,  various store* and the Kelowna  Sawmill Co., handed in accounts  for gratuitous merchandise, vegetables and eggs were received and  a quantity of invalids' dietary was  made by members of the society.  Clothing was sent to Vancouver,  WinnipegJCalgary, Enderby, West-  bank and other places outside. A  further grant was receivnd from  the government of $75, the city  council donated $200, and $510  have been collected locally. From  this amount various accounts have  been paid amounting to $172 up  to the present.  From the foregoing statistics it is  obvious that the Benevolent Society  have for several yeara been carrying on a splendid work amongst us  in a quiet unassuming way and deserves to be liberally encouraged  and aupported. The members  unite in gratitude to the Provincial  Government, city council, and all  who have so generously contributed in every way to such a meritorious cause.  If there are any who desire to  support such a fine institution with  uch noble aims as this society,  various ways are open to them;  either by gifts of clothes or provisions, or by giving information aa  to deserving cases of need in the  vicinity, or by joining the society as  an active member. All communications should be sent to either the  President, Mrs. H. H. Millie, the  Secretary, Mrs. (Capt.) Knight, or  to the treasurer, Mrs. C. Josselyn.  %MM  ^r-fc  C  omox  Tht SIX THOUSAND acre* we  own in thit deal district in ltrgt  and tmtll acreage*, cttartd and un-  cleared, tea and river frontage*  [town Iota], ii tht pick of the land  with tht beit of transportation  facilitiet aeeurad very ihortly.  WE ARE NOW BUSY  running around with new arrival*.  Tht $500 reward we ottered to  tnyont proving that there wai a  barter apot on Vancouver liland for  the farmer or manufacturer hai not  been claimed or diiputed.  British Columbia  Investments, Ltd.  Farm Land Specialists  Conrtenay, V.I., B.C.  Ste our agtnt  Mr. W. D. STOKER  KELOWNA  (or further information  D. A. CAMERON  Painter       Paper-hanger  Apply  Above the "Record" Office  British Columbia Water Act  and Amending  Act��, before  the Board of Investigation  Notice of the Submission of  Evidence  to  Public  Inspection  In tht matter of the determination of  the relative righta to the uae of the water*  of certain itreama lying ia the Osoyoos  Water District in the neighbourhood of  Kelowna, B. C.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all  of the claims, testimony and proofs taken  heretofore in the said proceedings together  with the maps prepared under the direction of the Board, will be open to public  inspection at the timet and placet stated  below :-  Kelowna, from 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the 10th day of April, 1913, until  noon on the 14th day of April, 1913.  All persons interested in tht relative  rights of the various claimant! to the watert  above indicated art entitled either personally or through an agent to examine  the evidence submitted and to file statements, objections or contests.  All such objections or notices of contest  must be filed with the Board on or before  five o'clock in the afternoon of the 12th  day of April, 1913.  IT IS NOT NECESSARY FOR CLAIMANTS TO BE PRESENT at this inspection to protect their rights but claimants  are given this opportunity of seeing what  other persons are claiming and of filing  an objection or contest if they think fit,  and they are strongly urged to lay before  the Board any facts within their knowledge relating to the wrongful claims of  others.  A final opportunity to file claima by  record holdera who have heretofore failed  to make claim under their recorda will be  given at the commencement of thit inspection, afterwards a special procedure and  special consent of the Board will be required for the filing of any claim.  A FINAL HEARING of all the claims  to the said waters will be held at Kelowna  on the 2nd day of May, I?I3. You will  be duly notified if any objections are filed  against your claim.  Respectfully*  For the Board ot Investigation.  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  Chairman.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., the  27th  day  of  March, 1913.  KELOWNA TENNIS CLUB  At a meeting of the Committee of the  Kelowna Tennis Club, on Saturday 5th  March, 1913, it was decided that the courts  should be declared open on Thursday, Ist  May.  All members please note that in accordance with the Rules of the Club, subscriptions are due on or before this date, and  that thty art not allowed to use the Courts  until after subscriptions are paid.  O. St. P. AITKENS.  Secretary.  April 7th, 1913. 20-22  TENDERS WANTED  For flooring new Church of England,  Material to be three or four inch edge  grained coast fir. Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to,  R. E. DENNISON,  20 Secy. Building Committee.  Watch  P.   Burns'   window  for  bargains.���Cash only.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  in store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -  $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWN, B.C.  relaatusaa  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Eta  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limits.!  From *. Factory  to the Man  Thit sounds good and 'tis true but  don't take  my  word for it.   Tho  price tells the story  Just received, a full range of  Men's Work Pants $1.75-$ 3.50  ���   Fine Pants    4    ���   6  ���   Suits 7.50- 23  Made to Measure  Suite made to fit both body  and pocket book  Investigation is invited and I  won't be anftry il you don't  buy  i  c  K  S  Water Street  (lal Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  Hatching Eggs  White Wyandotte*,  Rose-  Combed  Rhode Island Reds,  Barred  Rocks, White Orpingtons, Red Caps  I have mated up my breeding pena of  the above prize-winning birde and will  eel! egga for sitting thia season  12 for 13;   ��5 for SO  J. C. STOCKWELL  fCelo  B.C.  City of Kelowna  NEW SIDEWALKS  NOTICE is hereby given lhat applica.  lions for the conatruction of sidewalks  under the Local Improvement By-Law  muat be received by. the undersigned on  or before April 15th, otherwise it will be  impossible for the Council to consider  tame thia year.  G. H. DUNN.  City Clerk.  Kelowna, B.C..  March 17th. 1913. 17-0  CONCRETE  WORK  Thia is to announce that I have purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement-Riggs and shall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's experience. 1  have a full equipment of power mixers.  etc., and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement ft Kissi" lute office,    WooUelw Av.  "iterStreat  Water S  Richter Street  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Jk  This label has  no "second grade"  THERE'S only one quality of Canada Cement It is the  highest quality that can possibly be made with modem  equipment, scientific methods and rigid inspection by expert chemists.  '   The Canada Cement you buy  for a garden walk is the Mine  cement lhat is sold by the trainload lor great dame, elevator, and bridge.. Tb*  engineers in charge of theae great worka have ample fecilitiee for teeting the quality of  cement.  Canada Cement  comes up to their most rigid requirements.  The farmer has not these facilities for teeting tht quality of cement. Ha mutt bur  a product upon which he can depend for a gradt that ia atwayt of hifhost quality, and  that therefore does not n*nd to he tested.  You can place absolute reliance upon tht quality ol Canada Cement.  It's always the tame and always the best. The large output���which enabltt us to  favp the prtca down, enables us also to maintain the factory equipment and organisation  that kvtps th ��� qual.ty up.  A Canada Cement label nppeara on every bag aad barrel of genuim Canada  Cement.   Sec that it's on the bags and barrels of cement that you buy.  WRITE (or our fro. book  " Wfcatthe Farmar Can Do With Coaente."   khaatolda  "   Canadian farmers ol tha money��a*ins and profit-nuklrvf fpoaaiVdMM of  JUaVaaa FanaatV lafonuatioa Pipailasaal  Canada Cement Company Limited, a Montreal  Then il a Canada Omant doalar in your neighbourhood. KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, April .0  CONTINUANCE OF SALE  WITH BARGAINS BIGGER AND BETTER  Goods are going fast at such cut prices that cannot last  Groceries  are going fast.  You need to hurry as we are  Clearing Out the  Entire Department  Root and Branch  Hundreds who could  not get waited on during the first few days  will still have an  opportunity of buying  Slaughter Prices  as the sale continues until  the stock is  cleared  anai  Come again if you were not able to get waited on during the  rush of the past few days.     Our sales staff has been increased  and will thus make buying easy.  We must clear the present stock at once to make room for  RICHMOND'S  Big Ready-to-wear & Dry Goods House  Richmond's will be known as the store  From the Factory to the People  saving you all middlemen's profits.  SALE  to clear out present stock  This sale will be of direct interest to every family in the valley  THE  Gigantic Bargains  in  Every Department  will give you an  opportunity of saving money  Men's & Boys' Clothing  Boots and Shoes  Ladies' Ready to Wear  Notions & Dry Goods  Fancy Goods & Staples  Deep Cut Prices  are our marching order  Tell your friends, tell your neighbors, of this gigantic slaughter of reliable merchandize  oots and Shoes  Working Boots, mule akin, reg. $2.50 $1.25  Good   Working  Boots, reg. $2.75  and   $3,  Box Calf, Vici kid boot.    Cood material and  workmanship, reg. $3.50 and  $4,  sale  price              $2.75  Box Kip, blu., reg. $4.50 and $5, sale price $3.75  Gun   Metal   Bin.,   reg.    $5   and    $5.50,  Walkover   Boots,   rrg.   $6   and   $6.50,  Grocery Section  20 lb sack            do.                        $1.25  51b pail Wagstaff Jam, Raspberry or Strawberry. 75c  Tea.   Any 50c Ib. line, including Ridgway's  Blue Ribbon, Nabob, Goldsworlli. Chal-  Gents' Furnishing  A fine line of Overall.                $|  Hat., reg. $2 to $2.50, your choice $1  Hats, reg. $3 and $3.50, your choice   ...                    $2  Shirts, hundred, to choose from, $1.25, $1.50  and $1.75, sale price $1 and $1.25  Odd and broken lines at your own price.  Men's Collar, to clear at         10c each  Clothing  The 20th Century Brand and W. R. Johnson'.  The clothing with a guarantee.  Walkover   Boot*,   rrg.   $7   and   $7.50,  ���ale price                          $6  Cheaper Brand* in proportion  Coffee.     Braid's    Pure,   Empress,   Nabob,  Ridgway's, in 31b tins...              $|  The thrifty housewife saves dollars  by buying now:  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour, 501b tack,  Boys' and Girls' School Shoes  $2 boot, for $1.50  $3 boots for $2.25  $12 and $15 auit. $ 7.50  $15 to $17.50  10.00  $20 to $22.50 15.00  Boy.' Clothing and Knicker pant..    Men's  Odd Pants, fine and heavy.  Ladies' House Slippers.  Good and comfortable, reg. $1.75 and  $2, .ale $1.25  Robertson'. Old Country Jam, 51b pail, reg.  85c                     60c  Ladies Wear  Ladies Coats                    Ladies Hose  ���     House Dresses           ���     Glove.  ..     Skirt.                          ���     Waists  ���     White Wear            ���    Fancy Collars  Corsets                    ���    Belts  All the above line, will be .old regardless of cost  Ladies' Strap Slippers  Fine Kid, reg. $2 to $2.50 $1.50  Sardines, Cros.e & Black well.' 3 (or 2 5c  Worcester Sauce, Rowat's    2 bottle. 25c  Ladies' Oxfords  New Prints       New Ginghams      New Muslins  "   Zephyr.       ���   Galatea*            ���   Sheeting  ���   Flannelette. ���   Lace*                ���   Ribbon.  Black or Tan, Button or Laced, reg. $4  SEEDS ALSO ON SALE  ���   Linen.        ";,   Underwear        ���   Towels  New Embroideries  BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT  aaaaaTaaaaaaaaaa*aaaaaaaaaaaaaa*aaaa^  Many other lines in stock not mentioned in this bill  At RICHMOND'S Ready-to-Wear and Dry Goods House.   From the Factory to the People  Successors to  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Bernard Avenue, KELOWNA, B.C.  BM  HMHMMHMMH| Thuradatj, April 10  KELOWNA RECORD  f  V  tomizers  When a thing is best  ;   it cannot be improved  Our  Atomizers   are  actually the best we  can buy.  '' They are made of the  best material and  with the most exacting workmanship,  and they, therefore,  give the very best service and longest wear.  We guarantee them  ) perfect in every way,  ,  and if you need a new  one come and examine our stock.  Let   us   show   you  superquality at lowest prices.  SYNOPSIS OF 60Mj MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining righta of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unaurveyed territory the  tract applied for ahall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five centa per ton.  The peraon operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B. Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid fer.  . | Wits I CO.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Amusements  Misa Verna Felton and the  Allen Players  Few plays of late years have' aroused the interest ereated by the  drama " Madam X," from the pen  of Alexandre Biason, which will be  one of the feature bills of the engagement of the Allen Players. It  represents in a most pronounced  degree the French passion of real-  ism and startling effects in their  drama.  Most of the so-called problem'  play* begin with the story of a  woman's moral fall and end with  her repentance. In " Madam X "  the woman in the case has repent-1  ed before the play begins, and she  is found pleading for her husband's  forgiveners, the protec'ion of her  home and the care of her young  son. After a highly dramatic  scene the wife is turned from her  home and cast adrift in the world.  Twenty years later the extent of  her downfall i* depicted. A victim nf the drug habit and a moral  outcast, she know, but two feelings  hatred of her husband, and love  for her son, whom she hnd not  seen during all those years, and  who believes her dead. To pre-  vent'him discovering her existence  the takes a human life. The Inst  act discloses the courtroom, with  the mysterious " Madame X " on  trial and her own son unwittingly  fighting for his mother.  As " Madame X " Miss Felton  will be seen in the most ambitious  and exacting role she has ever attempted.  Thia ever popular actress, Miss  Verna Felton, supported bv a powerful cnate of twenty artists nnd  the Royal Hungarian String Quartette will be at the Opera House all  next week. The companv is the  strongest that ever visited Kelowna  and comes on this town from  most successful series of unprecedented and unparalleled receptions  in the prairie cities, in many cases  the company being required to  extend their engagements. The  opening bill on Monday night will  be " The Girl From Texas."  G. H. | HUDSON  Landscape and  " ' Portrait  Photographer  Largoat Studioa in tha Interior  Portraita by appointment  Pndoii Street,   -   Kslowna  e-*S*S*SS*Sf*S*^*^  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  The Pendleton Round-Up  The management of the Opera  House, by dint of hard persevering effort has been successful in  persuading the owner of the "1912  Pentlretan Round-Up " pictures to  send them to Kelowna for one  night. Mr. Duncan haa brought  the.e pictures back from the Coast  cities, where they have been viewed by large audiences, for a special  showing in Kelowna and at an  enormous expense. It is to be  hoped that the public generally  will .how their appreciation of  this enterprise by a very liberal  patronage on Saturday afternoon  and night. While regretting the  disappointment in regnrd to the  non-appearance of these pictures  a short time ago, Mr. Duncan is  confident that everything will be  O. K. on this occasion, in fact we  know that he has made strenuous  effort* to make certain in this case  and bring* the pictures here just  to show ua hi* heart is in the right  place and make some atonement  for the late di.appointment.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  THE WHITE  RESTAURANT  WATER STREET, N.,  will open on .  SATURDAY, APRIL 12  AT NOON  CONCRETE  WORK  Thia ia to announce that 1 have purchased tha contracting plant and business of Clement-Rigga and shall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's experience. 1  hsve a full equipment of power mixers,  flee., and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE'.  Clement 61 Rials' late office,  Water Stmt  RESIDENCE:  Wooleeley Av.  Richter Stre.1  "Phone 4801  P.O, Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana,   Specifications    and    Estimates  Furniehed  Building of every description  undertaken in Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  ManlyByrns  Auctioneer  Kelowna, B.C.     'Phone Al  iCELOWNA-W EST ANKl  STEAM FERRY  Leave* Kelown 9. a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leave. Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL.  'Phone No. 108  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open  THURSDAY. FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  REA & MALLET  CONTRACTORS  for all kinds of  Plastering, Rough Casting,  Fireplace & Chimney Building,  Cement ana Concrete  Having bought out the business of Joseph Rossi,  we are prepared to do all kind, of  General Ma.on Work  MODERATE  PRICES  RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP  Call and see us  PAINTS'. VARNISHES,  OILS.BRUSHES, &c.  PUT IT ON TO LAST,  BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOUSE. WHAT'S THE USE  OF  LIVING   UNLESS YOU ENJOY  LIFE?  " B A P C O" PURE PAINT WILL KEEP YOUR HOUSE  FROM ROTTING. " IT IS AN INVESTMENT, AS WELL  AS A  LUXURY.  ASK YOUR GOOD WIFE IF SHE DOESN'T WANT THE  HOUSE NEWLY PAINTED. YOU OWE SOMETHING TO  ,   HER, REALLY, DON'T YOU ?  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE - SHINGLE STAINS.  ENAMELS. VARNISH AND OIL STAINS FOR INTERIOR  USE. FLOOR PAINTS, DRYERS, SHELLACS-EVERY-  TH1NG YOU NEED  IN  A  PERFECTLY FINISHED JOB.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TO RENT  One large office,  in new and up-to-  date building  APPLY  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  PLANET JUNIOR  IMPLEMENTS  FOR THE FARM AND ORCHARD  Combination Drill and Cultivator  One and Two-Horse Cultivators  A full line of Parts and Accessories  See our special line of  HARNESS  FOR  LOGGING, TEAMING, &  GENERAL FARM WORKf  and complete assortment of  Single and Double Driving Harness,  Saddles and Accessories  Carload has just arrived of  McLaughlin Carriages or, Democrats  Stylish and exclusive designs  One grade only and that the best  SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY  Coates, Edwards & Gowen  BERNARD AVENUE  "Phone 17 KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, April 10  'Phone No. 260 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2k. 4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand. Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May Ist, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS,Ld.  Office in Kay met Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  PRINTING ?  Yes, we do all kinds of it.  It's no idle boast when we say  our up-to-date machines are  continuously running off jobs  both neat in design and  -   -    excellent in finish    -    -  Silverware will surely  please the bride  Soini'tliini! that will last nml lie useful and beautiful for years  to corae���that's the right kind of a weJJing gift.  Nothing /ills the.se requirements so well us good silverware ���  the silverware we guarantee.  We are showing some truly beautiful designs which we would  like you to see.  Will:  all  you call in some day boon  da  W. M. PARKER & CO., Jewelers  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Eatimatea  Finishing work a apacialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box ill  E. C. WEDDELL  HAKMSTEH, SOLICITOR, aud  NOTARY PUBLIC  (leer Rotjal Bank   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217      -      Leckie Block  Try a " Record " Want Ad.  Notice  All growers of Tobacco, nr lliose wlrn  tliink tliey have auitable lands and would  like to experiment in this branch of Agriculture, are invited to meet our Mr. A. W.  BOWSER and discuss the subject and  plans proposed for the season of 1913.  Call at Manager'a Office, new Factory  Building, Ellis Street. Keluwna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and   Genta' Rubber  Heels  of the Beat Makes  A good front is the best baching a man can  liaoe. Good clothes help a man to succeed. Besides, it is worth a whole lot to one's self to liaue  that comfortable, well-dressed feeling. You owe  it to ijoursclf to appear well.  To be sure that you haoe the proper clothes  come to the store that has made it's good name  bt| always selling reliable clothes for men. Vou  cannot buy poor clothes for eny price from us,  eoen our $5.00 suits are reliable.  It's the BOYS  Our Boys' Clothing  We have selected our fashions to meet  the requirements in cuteness, nattiness,  durability and swagger; designing to conform with the " cute " age, the " rough-  house age, and the " sit-up-and-take-notice "  age.  Our " Lion " Brand  Suits for Boys  this season are better than ever and combine  all the essentials and reinforcements necessary for the boy who is hard on clothes. A  boy wears his coat out first at the elbow.  Lion brand has double elbows of cloth there  and it lasts longer. A boy wears knickers  out at the at the seat and knees. Lion brand  have an extra piece of cloth right where they  wear out first, and the seams are stitched  twice and the linings are the best we have  ever seen in boys suits. This makes a good  reason why you should ask for this make ;  and the price is no higher��� that's anotl er  good thing about it.  A suit at $5, $6 and $7.50 is fully guaranteed  and cut in the very newest style  AGAIN  Men's Pyjamas in Every  Wanted Fabric  Try Lawton'i lo give you what you wilt like  beil in pyjainei end fit your pune as well. A finer  atock waa never collected before by thia store. You  can have :  Neat Striped Flannelette at - $1.50  Plain Outing Flannel at - $2.00  Fancy Striped Outing Flannel  with silk braiding at $2.50 & $22.75  Colored Cambric Pyjamas in  self shades of white, fawn,  helio, grey, &c -       -       ���   $2.75  White Sateen Pyjamas at      -   $3.00  Plain White Silk and Plain  Pongee Silk, with military  silk braiding, at-       -       -   $4.75  Fancy Spun Silk Pyjamas at $5, $8.75  Men's Nightshirts  These extra good number* in rum's nightshirts  have juat walked onto tha floor:  Neat Striped Flannelette at  I75e., II .00 and $1.25  White Twill Nightshirts wilh collars at  $1.00 and $1.25  White Twill  Nightshirts  with  fancy  stitching and no collar at        -   $1.25  White Lawn Nightshirts  of superior  quality ���   - - -   $2.00  THOMAS LAWSON, Limited  TRY  Q  UF  AL  KO  EU  RR  o  o  D  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  ( WANTED! 1  2 Cents par. word, nrat insertion and  1 Cant par word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  LOST  Mooly heifer, 2 year, all  dark brindle, no  white, faint brand J A right hip.  $5 reward  Record Office or  C. H. Leathley. Rutland.  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoroughly dry pine, $2.50 rick, deliver,  ed i   alao fir fence posts.    Apply Cather,  'phona 1)4. Itltf  FOR SALE fl  lady a bicycle, second-hand, firat-claaa  condition. Apply at Mr.. Reekie', corner  water and Ell atreet.. |9.o  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holatein Bull, at I lauisa  Hawkeedale  Ranch.   Apply  E.   Marvin,  Manager. I Hi I  FOR SALE  Horae, buggy, and harness.  Apply P.O. Box 12/  Price $175  IStf  FOR SALE  Standard bred stallion, one of the fastest  brad horaea in B.C. Good looker and aura  foal gattar, and kind lo handle. For further  garticula i apply to J. Phillips, Armst' mg,  .C. 15.22  WANTED  Firat.claaa Painter, one who understands  reaper-hanging   preferred.   Apply   J.   A  Bigger.  I6tf  FOR SALE  Team   of  aorrel  geldings, weight  2650  Iba., quiet in all kinda of work, single or  double.    Boi 380 or W. H. Paisley. Royal  Hotel. 17.0  FOR RENT  10 acres  improved land wilh water, at  Rutland.     Apply Robert Hughes. Boi 82.  Kerriadale, Vancouver, B.C.  FOR SALE  Fresh  milk cowa.   Apply Cather, Kel-  owna.   'Phone B4. IStf  FOR SALE  Saddle   horae,   in   aplendid   condition,  weight 1,000 lba.   Price $150 ; or will ex.  change for driver of same weight.   Apply  Boi R, " Record " Office, or 'phone C4.  IStf  FOR SALE  3 polo ponies.   Apply R. S. Hall, Manager, Miaeion Ranch. |9tf  ECGS FOR SALE  Barred Rocks and White Leghome.   $1  ailting.   Apply Box 474. 19.0  FOR SALE  Bicycle in good condition. Apply Harold  DeHart, McKanzie'a Store. I9tf  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian Fruit Landa Co.,  Ltd., having completed construction work  have for aale a number of teams and sin-  gle horaea of all grades, at very reasonable  prices. Alao aeveral eats of good work i  harneaa.   Apply at tht Office. 20tf  $10 REWARD  Will be given for information aa to the  party who took two bald-faced, bay, two.  year-old coke branded �� on left shoulder,  mare and horse, fiom Knox Mountain  langa.    Oakar Tress, Kelowna. 20-21  ��� FOR SALE  Heavy double wagon, nearly new. Jas.  Houaton, Rutland. 20-21  .BEES FOR SALE  One hundred colonies Italian snd Cor-  niolons. Alao two acres bearing orchard  at Rutland.   D. E. McDonald. 20-23  INCUBATOR FOR SALE  I'eerless, 130 egg, in good condition, alao  brooder.   Apply, J. Campbell, Rutland,  x  FOR SALE  Pheeton, nearly new, or will axchsnge  for buggy.   D. E. McDonald. Rutland.  20  WANTED  Young Cirl for light  work  in ateain  laundry.   Apply at once Kelowna Steam  Laundry.   20tf  WANTED  Boy over 16, to  help  on  email  ranch.  Apply,  ataling  wages. Millar tt  Bryaon,  East Kef  elowna.  20  FOR RENT  Five-room cottage on Bernard Avenue,  cloae in.    Apply H. J. William.. Crowley  Block. 20  POSITION WANTED  aa  housekeeper by  middle-aged lady  Ranch preferred.    Box F, " Record Office.  FOR SALE  Four general purpoae horses ; will be  sold separately or in paint. Apply J. R.  Silver, Clenmere. 20.2  EGGS FOR SALE  from  S.-c. Black Minorca*, White Wyandotte*, Buff Leghorns, Buff Orpington* and Pekin Duck*; alto  chequered Homer Pigeon*.  Apply H. D. RIGGS  POSITION WANTED  on  ranch  by  Engli.h  Couple, wile aa  plain cook. Box M, " Record " Office   0-1  Brown Leghorns  Egg for Hatching  $1.50 per setting, special term* for  quantities.  Also a few good cockerels for tale  Apply  W. A. SCOTT, Benvoulin.

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