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Array ^tKwTO^��\  LCcfWffl  Ketouma  V  VOL XI.   NO. 40  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA/THURSDAY. AUGUST 21, 1919.���4 PAGES  T-  $1.50 Per Annum '  Danger of Allowing Burdock Weed  to Spread is Not Fully Realized  Board of Trade Seeks Assistance of Department of Agriculture  -   District Superintendent Replies to Criticisms of  Road Work in the Neighborhood  The regular meeting of the  Board of Trade waa held Tuesday  evening, but there was only a  a amall attendance, due no doubt*  to the hot weather.  One of the questions discussed  was concerning a request from the  Boaro that the Department of  Agriculture should take action to  prevent the spread of the burdock  weed, which showed signs of becoming a dangeroua pest in the  district.  A letter from the Minister of  Agriculture quoted a report from  Mr. Ben Hoy, who apparently did  not consider the weed at all  dangerous. "We. have it" he said  "in every vacant lot in Vernon, and  quite plentiful along the roadsides.  It is also in Kelowna, but hot to as  great an extent as in Vernon.  Though the weed has been in the  Valley a number ot years this is  the first time I have heard it mentioned as being dangerous, It  usuallv grows in waste places snd  in old pastures, but in fields that  are cultivated it is rarely seen. As  to becoming established on the  ranges 1 do not think it will ever  become so serious in this respect  as it is a plant that seems to thrive  best in moist locations and not  where it is so dry as the Okanagan  ranges." He was, however, instructing Mr. Anderson to watch specially for the weed during his orchard  inspection and to report on its  prevalence and distribution.  The Board did not think the Department realized the seriousness  of the situation, and it was decided  that the secretary should take steps  to see that the u/utter waa not  dropped. It waa arranged that a  specimen be procured for the Board  ao that those not familiar wilh it  should be able to detect it and  destroy any they might find growing  District road engineer W. K.  Gwyer wrote regarding criticisms  which had been levelled at hia department concerning the roads of  the district and the material being  used. He agreed that local shale  was not the best material for road  repairs and stated that it was his  intention to discontinue its use.  Good road material, he claimed,  was hard to obtain in the Kelowna  district within reasonable haul. He  was having a gravel pit tested out  at Rutland. Much as he disliked  putting on loose gravel in the dry  season it would have to be done  aa it was useless to expect, with  the limited funds available, anything but a gravel road.  He complained that the various  boards and associations did not  realize the problems local road  men are up against, and are apt to  criticize them for conditions over  which they have no control. For  instance, he pointed out, laat year's  average appropriation was $44 per  mile,"including supervision. This  year it was about $60. With a two-  mile haul at present wages it cost  about $750 to gravel one mile three  inches deep. He regretted that  it was inconvenient to meet lhe  Board at the time requested hut  hoped to do so at a later date.  It was decided to ask Mr. Gwyer  to appoint, a convenient date or to  attend one of the regular meetings  of the Board.  Mr. DeHart called attention to  reports that the Wilcox-Postil ranch  road would not be built thia year  and suggested that definite information be obtained.  An inquiry regarding a suitable  building for use as a home for retired members of the National  Editorial Association, was referred  to the real eatate agents.  The contract for painting the  Board of Trade building was let to  Mr. Seaman, the work to be delayed until the hot weather was over.  The secretary was requested to  write superintendent McNabb once  mote regarding the poating of the  time of arrival of the boat, which  was still unreliable. The secretary  was also asked to bring to the superintendent's notice the great inconvenience caused to both passengers and business men by the  unpunctusl arrival of the passenger  and mail boat.  It was also decided to inquire at  the local post office if registered  mail could be aent to Vancouver  via Penticton and if not, why not  The question of the delay in the  train between the Landing and  Vernon was also discussed, and  the secretary was asked to lay the  case before the Railway Commission with a view to obtaining continuous passage from lake points  to Vernon.  The executive waa instructed to  report on the advisability of revising the present arrangements regarding the renting of the building  to the Farmers' institute.  It waa alao decided to ask the  Fire Chief to require the installation  of spark arresters on the smoke  stacks in the city.  Owing to the difficulty of obtaining full meetinga during the summer it was decided to adjourn the  meeting aubject to the call of the  president.  Col. Belson is New  Veterans9 Secretary  The usual fortnightly meeting  of the GW.V.A. waa held on Saturday, the 16th inat. Eleven new  members were elected. Mr. T. M.  Anderson tendered his resignation  of the office of Secretary-Treasurer  on account of pressure of other  work. This was received with  regret, and a hearty vote of thanks  tendered him for his services to the  Association. Lt.-Col. Behon was  elected Secretary-Treaaurer for the  balance of the year.  A report dealing with tho employment of aliens in the local  factories waa brought before the  meeting, and it waa decided to invite the managera of the local  factories to a conference at the  club rooms on Saturday next at  8.30 p.m. to discuss this matter  and other matters of interest to  returned men. All members of  the GW.V.A. are invited to attend.  A report was also received re permanent club quarters. It has been  arranged thai a member of the  committee will be present at the  club rooma from 8 to 9 p.m. every  night.  Capt. F. Hinds, Canadian Armv  Dental Corps, is opening an office  in the Lake View Hotel on Monday next, and is prepared to make  appointments at once with all returned men requiring dental treatment.  Capt. Burrows of the Soldiers'  Land Settlement Board atates that  aince the Nth inst. the Board have  had power to take action against  any real estate agent or other party  receiving a commission for the  sale of land to a returned aoldier  when a Government loan is involved. The vendor now haa to sign  an affidavit that no commission  hat been paid to a third party.  Not Likely New Depot  Will Be on Main Street  Aid.  Rattenbury Presides 'at  Monday's Council Meeting  In the absence of Mayer Sutherland, Aid. D. H. Rattenbury presided at Monday'a meeting of the  city council. He stated that following a converaatior. with one of the  C.N.R., he waa of opinion that the  company waa not likely to adopt  the city'a suggestion that their depot be located on property adjoining Bernard Avenue, as the requirements for the public safety of  the Dominion Railway Board  would be very heavy, and the city  would have to defray half of the  expense.  There was a lengthy discussion  on the matter but it was decided  to take no further action for the  reason that it was considered that  the original site chosen for the depot south of the fair grounds would  probably he best.  Mention was made of the forthcoming visit of the Prince of Wales  Aid. Mantle atating that at the request of the Mayor, he had acknowledged receipt of the official  communication. No definite dale  had yet been fixed for the Prince'a  arrival, but as it aeemed likely he  would arrive on the first day of  the ,'Fall Fair the suggestion had  been made that he be aaked to  open the Fair. Aid. Mantle consented to interview the directors of  the A. & T. Association with a  view to arranging this and also to  consider the expediency of a luncheon or other form of entertainment for His Royal Highness.  Mrs H. C. Sedden wrote offering  to pay for all material needed to  connect her reaidence with the  water service if the city would provide the labor. Aid. Duggan slated  that the connection had been made  under this arrangement.  Mr. J. H. Trenwith wrote requesting that aa the city had objected to  cara crossing the sidewalk from hia  new garage, the lane on the north  aide of the building be put into  good ahape for traffic so that the  back entrance could be used.  Offers from R. P. Hughes of $15  for the fruit on the trees on Lot 3,  plan 578, and from R. Lock, of  $7.50 for the fruit on the lots behind his reaidence was referred to  Aid. Duggan, with power to act.  Aid. Duggan reported that W.  A. Newton had reaigned from the  power-house staff. A number of  applications had been received,  and the chief engineer had recommended the appointment of T.  Barrett. This appointment waa accordingly confirmed, the salary  b-ing placed at $100 per month.  . Hundreds of guests were turned  away at the Penticton Incola hotel  during the paat aummer and in consequence a big addition to the  hotel will be erected next year.  A serious bush fire which has  raged for aeveral daya in the vicinity of Narainata involved one of  the storage dams and was fought  by about fifty men undet fire warden Wilton. The fire, which was  well back from the railway, amidst  heavy brush and fallen timber is  supposed to have been started by  lightning.  The Senate paaaed the bill repealing the Davlight Saving Law  over the President's veto by a  vote of 57 to 19. Ihe repeal bill  is now law, the house paaaing it  over the veto Tuesday.  Henry Ford'a million-dollar libel  action against the Chicago Tribune  ended laat Thursday when the jury,  which had been liatening to  evidence and argument for almost  fourteen weeka, returned a verdict  of six centa for the manufacturer.  Armstrong Stock  Sale Next Month  At a meeting of the interior directors of the B.C. Stockbreeders'  Association, held in Kamloops on  July 25th, it was decided to hold a  pure bred stock sale on the 26th  of September, at Armstrong, B.C.  This is the day following the Armstrong Fair and it is expected that  many of the animala exhibited will  be entered for the aale. While all  classes of pure bred atock will be  included in the sale, yet sheep and  hogs will be featured.  The committee in charge of the  sale ia as follows; Messrs. Mat  Hassen, C. H. Hardy and J. Mc-  Callum, of Armstrong, with G. C  Hay as aecretary. The tale will be  conducted under the auapices of  the B.C. Stockbreeders' Association, the same aa the Kamloops  bull sale laat apring.   -  Prince Will Travel  Over 8,800 Miles  Special Train Will Be Home  for Two Months  Aa. far as can be definitely announced, the Prince Wales will  arrive in Kelowna on Tuesday,  September 30th, He is to reacb  Vancouver on the 22nd, a special  CP.R. steamer carrying Hia Royal  Highness to Victoria on the 23rd.  Visits will be made to a number of  points on Vancouver Island, The  Prince will open the New Westminster Exhibition on the 29th and  will then take the Kettle Valley  route through southern British Columbia, reaching Penticton September 30, and making a steamer trip  up the Okanagan Lake to Kelowna  the aame day, proceeding bv automobile to Vernon, and back by  steamer to Penticton. Nelson and  the Kootenays will then be visited  the route afterwards being through  the Crows Neat Pass back to the  prairiea. The total length of the  seventy-journey Irom Quebec to  the Pacific coaat and back to Ottawa, ia over 8,800 miles.  The Prince of Wales during hia  visit to Canada will live on a train  more or lass for two months. There  will of course be frequent social  eventa when His Royal Highness  will be absent from that train, but  because hia viait will be principally  an educational one, undertaken  that hr may acquire a first-hand  knowledge of all parte of the  Dominion, most of his time will  be spent in travelling, ao that for  practical purposes a train will be  hia permanent headquarters.  This special train has been assembled at the Angus <hops by the  Canadian Pacific Railway, to whom,  has fallen the honor ol providing  the rolling atock to carry His Royal  Highness from the Atlantic Ocean  to the Pacific and back again. In  deference to the implied wish of  the King that there ahould be no  undue elaborateness or ostentation  during any part of the trip, this  rolling stock, with the exception of  two cara, will conaiat of ordinary  Canadian Pacific cara.  Many Local People Experience  Thrills ~ oi Flight In Aeroplane  Lieut. Trim Makes Daily Ascents During Past Week   -   Will  Start in Few Days for Long Transcontinental Flight  From Halifax to Vancouver  After a full week's stay in Kelowna with his aeroplane, Lieut.  G. K. Trim left thia morning at  10.30 by the air route for Vernon,  where he will atay for a few daya  prior to returning to the coaat. The  past week has been a busy one for  the aviator for in order to satisfy  the desire of so many local people  to experience the thrills and sensations of a flight through the air, he  haa been making ascents every  day.  By this time every man, woman  and child in the district must be  perfectly familiar with the appearance of an aeroplane and could  recognize the peculiar roar of its  engine almost immediately.  Among those making the trip in  the machine were Miss Rankine,  who has the honor to be the firat  passenger in Kelowna, E. Hill, M.  Faaciaux, Miss Denison, Mr. and  Mra. Knowles and Billy, R. Stevens,  Joe and August . Casorso, Roy  Swenev, senior and junior, D. K.  Gordon, D. Pfyffer, Miss Simpson,  W. Harvey and Mr. Urquhart. On  Saturday Mr. M. Hereron persuaded Lieut. Trim to fly to the Simpson Ranch and alight there, Mike  and his aon Willie each making  a trip. On Tueaday Eric Dart accompanied Lieut. Trim on a flight  to Vernon and back, aome valuable  freight being carried on the return  journey.  Lieut. Trim haa proved himself  a clever and careful flyer and haa  made many frienda during his stay  here, He hopes to be able to return in the near future. He had  conaiderable experience in flying  in France, having transferred to the  Flying Corps from the I Oth Batt.  Canadian Infantry with which he  originally enlisted. On one occasion he was shot down by the  enemy guns fortunately falling into  the Allies' lines. His determination to undertake the long and  hazardous flight across continent  from Halifax to Vancouver has already been announced. Immediately on his arrival at the coast he  wiil leave by train for New York  to make final arrangements for the  flight. The start will be made from  Halifax, the machine to be uaed  being a 400 h.p. DeHavilnnd 4.  He expects to make the whole  journey in under 40 houra, with  about aix stops on the way. Manv  valuable prizes have been offered  from various quariers for the successful accomplishment of the  great journey and in addition,  ahould he reach Vancouver according to conditiona he will receive the- machine as hia own. Lt.  Welah ia to accompany him  navigator.  as  Overseas Club Doing  Great Service in  Cause of Empire  Repatriation of the ,  Canadian Forces  Disestablishment of the Canadian  fotcea in Britain is proceeding rapidly. Repatriation aailings for the  first half of Auguat reached approximately 8,500 all ranks and 5,500  women and children. A consequent reduction of administrative  staffs allows the immediate release  of twelve buildinga in the London  area alone, and the sale of stores  following on these arrangements  continue to bring former good  prices.  This week saw the transference  of the overseas miniatry offices to  headquarters at Argyll House, and  the next few weeks will complete  the centralization of the Canadian  military organization, with the exception of the post office, in that  building.  Negotiations are proceeding for  the disposal of Orpington Hospital  but Ontario officials are experiencing aome difficulty in effecting a  sale owing to ita size, representing  a capital expenditure of $ 1,250,000  Mr. A. G. Williams, representing  the Brodeur Canning Co., of New  Westminster, is in the city and will  sing at both services in the Knox  church on Sunday.  A apecial meeting of business  men ia called for 10 a.m., on Wed.,  Auguat 27th, in the Board of Trade  room, to enlist support for the  furtherance of the seed industry  in the Okanagan valley. A business proposition will be put by Mr.  A. McMeans, Dominion Seed Production apecialiat, and Mr. W. T.  Hunter, aecretary of the United  Seed Growers, Ltd.'  Fighting Between  Germans and Poles  Martiel law has been declared  in Upper Sileaia, aa a result of the  claah between the German and  Polish forces. German government representativea have minim-  ied the aeriousness of the situation,  declaring that to far only fifteen  Germans have been killed. Chancellor Bauer told the. Assembly at  Weimai that the Polish government was not implicated in the  Sileaian attacks, saying that the  soldiers invading German territory  were not regulars. He added that  the German commander was mar  ter of the situation.  In the Aquatic Association's  grandatand laat Friday evening a  conaiderable   number   of   people  Rathered to hear an address from  Ir. Francia R. Jones, F.R.G.S,  special commissioner for Canada  for the Overseas Club. Mr. Jones  is at present touring the Dominion  and other parts of the Empire for  the purpose of stimulating trade  between different aectiona of the  British Empire and the Motherland  and also of fostering a patriotic  sentiment and loyalty amongst all  Britiah subjects.  Mr. Jones is a forceful speaker  and full of enthusiaam, and hia  hearera could scarcely help being  stirred to a greater pride in the  greatneaa of the Empire and a firmer determination to maintain the  principles of freedom and justice  for which it atanda.  The necessity for closer trade  relations between various parts of  the Empire had been one of the  outstanding lessons of the war and  towards this object the Overseas  Club waa devoting much energy  and thought. Trading with foreign  countries, even friendly countries,  thould be reduced to a minimum  and traffic with Germany and her  alliea, who though beaten for the  preaent were still the tame crafty  enemies, mutt be eliminated altogether. He appealed to all British  people to retolve never, under any  circumstances, to purchase goods  of German or Austrian origin. By  doing ao they would only be placing power in the hands of the  enemy who would use it again at  the first opportunity.  Speaking of the activities of the  Overseaa Club, which had a membership of nearly 200,000. he said  the sole object waa to render individual- service to the Empire, to  maintain its supremacy on land  and sea, and to draw all British  peoples together in a bond of comradeship and loyalty. During the  war the Club  had  accomplished  Evangelist to Hold  Evening Meetings  in Grandstand  Services are to be Conducted in  the Aquatic Grandstand during  next week each evening from Sunday 24th to 31 at bv R. Elliott McAllister. Mr- McAllister haa been  conducting aimilar services for the  past ten vears on the Pacific Coast  from Washington and Oregon to  the Alaskan boundary. His work  is purely evangelical and not concerned with any denomination.  They are to commence each evening at 8 p.m. Mr. McAllister  travels in a specially fitted automobile.  Hospital to Install  X-ray Machine  The hotpital authorities acknowledge,  with thanks, the following donations: doz,  eggs, Mrs. W. Newton ; cherries, Henry  Burtch ; box cherries, Mra. Atkinson ; 3  boxes cherries, H. Chaplin; 2 doz. eggs, 3  boxes apples, Watson Bros.; box cherries,  Mrs. Hoare; box cherries, Mr. Renfrew; 2  baskets cherries, Mrs.G. Elliott; icecream,  Mrs. Whitham ; 2 doz. eggs, Mrs. Benson;  oxygen tank and $200 cash, Ladies* Hospital Aid ; $2635, collection Masonic service; $10, P. B. WHUts.  Cash receipts���Patienti $396.50 ; dona-  tions $236.55 government grant, 3 months,  $613.84; rent of pasture, $10.  The committee appointed to purchase  an X-ray machine met the manager of  Meears. Chandlet fit Fisher, Vancouver,  and after going into the matter thoroughly  with him decided to purchase the Universal, which, with all necessary accessories,  will cost aeout $2,600 installed in the  hospital. The directors hope to have it in  operation about October Isr.  much. It had presented 172 aircraft to the British government and  16 to the Canadian government ;  raised a tobacco fund of over two  millions, and other war funds or  five millions, besides opening up  club rooms which had been of  tremendous service to the soldiers  overseas.  Archie   Edwards  returned this  week from aervice overseas.  High School Students to Send In  Applications At Once  THE SCHOOL BOARD DEQUES TS ALL STUDENTS WISHING  TO ATTEND THE HIGH SCHOOL NEXT TERM TO SEND THEIR  NAMES (PHONE OR MAIL) TO THE PRINCIPAL, MR. LESIIE V.  ROGERS. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, August 21,191 j  SYNOPSIS OF  OOAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  west  ��� th  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  iu Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Albtv-  tu. tlie Yukon Territory) the NorthW"  Territories, und In portion of llio r  vine; ot British Columbia may be le:  ��d tiv a term of twenty-one years  .in annual rental ol $1 an acre. I  more than 1!,50U acres Will lie loused  one applicant  Applications tor the leu.se must  made by the ain��lli**nii In luison lo  Avant or Sub-agent of the illntiict ..  whirh ihe rights applied for ave situated.  Bach application must he accompanied by a fee of |r,. which win be refunded If the rights applied for are not  avnllablo, but not otherwise. A royal'  ty shall be paid on the mer.chantabh  output of the mine ui the rate or fivt  cents per ton.  lu surveyed tecrltOfles thc hunt miisl  tie desoribed by sections or leva) tub*  divisions or section;-, and in unsurveyeti  territory the tract applied for shall In  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with swom returni  accounting for the full quantity ot  hierohantaole ooal mined and pay the  royalty   thereon.      If   the   coal   mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  u year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may lie  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary tor tho working of the mine  iit  the  rate  ot |10 an  acre.  For full inform,! Hon application  should he mnde to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  hands.  Ws Wi Cory,  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.H.��� Unauthorized   publication   ot  this adverttssment will not be paid tor).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kind* ��f P'"n F'sn '**  season and Shell Fish  1 Phone 243 Delivery  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  to  the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Times History of  the War  The   most authentic   and   complete history   of   lhe  great war.  Agent: GEO. LANE  (Army and Navy veteran)  Alao agent  lor Sovereign Life Aimii-  anceCo.and Merchants* Catualty Co.  Bernard Avenue, east  of  Etliel  Street,  Kelowna. P.O. Box 489  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan & Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  I liis experience has covered  auction of every description  bul more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Karm, Implements and Household Furniture. I am alao prepared to  make on offer of purchase on  all movables such as Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan 6t  Davies.  G. H. K1?RR  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  ���is  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  <"t. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Published avory Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  <UNKj**��)rtUi..  HUnaCRIPTlON   RATRH  (I.M>    psr    rear:    711c.,    itx    months.   Utiitod  -.i������..,.* 10 osnts addltloML  -Mil.Hrril>tsr* at ths rsffular rate can hav��  extra pnuers mailsd to Irienil-. at n dlitanos  nt   HALF  RATE,  1.8..  78  wnti dm  fear.  Hu--   ������ij.'-'h.I  oriyilsss    ii    granted   lor    ths  tmriKMM   af  advsrtisinir ths  city   mhI dintrtot.  All ���nbsoriDtlons Mrable In advnnoe  -     ADVERTISING  RAT&U  LODOB NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL t'Alil'H  BTO..  - fi  fanU osr  t-olumn inoh nsr wsek.  LAND AND TIMBER  NOTICES-80 davs. ItV  ltu  davs  17.  WATBR  NOTICES-SB tor livs inMrtions.  UfiQAL   ADVERTISINa-Plrst    insertioa.    13  centi  par  line:  sar-h  tabssaiiPnt  inssrtlon.  S  osntl  ner  lins.  iilSIM.AY    ADVERTISEMENTS- 'I mi   iaohss  tnd  undsr.  SO esnts  iwr tnck  tirst  insertion  ovor  two inches  40 cents  wr  inch  firnt   in-  tKirtim,:    20   cent--   osr   inch   ua-ita   ���uliMimit-nt  Inssrtlon.  ���H.AHNIKIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oents  nor  word    lirst  Insertion.   1   oent  Der  word  ������('������It subgequeut inssrtlon.  ��� All chaiiires in contraot advertisements ramt  bs  in  the   linntls  o(  the  nrloter   br   Tuesdav  Hvt-ninif   to   nnsurs   publication   in    ths   nsst  Issue.  Rutland News  fFrom osr own eorresootstlsair  Mra. Johnson of Vernon is spending a few daya at Mrs. Wiggles-  worth's.  I lie Rutland store observed the  general holiday last Thursday and  cloaed up for the Regatta and I'eace  Celebration.  Mrs. Hopkins arrived Irom Peace  River Diatrict last week i n a visit  to her brothers, Will and Matt  Leitch.  On Tuesday evening Mr. and  Mrs. Money gave a whist parly at  tlreir home. I he gentlemen were  the winners by a few poinls.  The visit of the aeroplane to lhe  Simpson Ranch a few davs ago  crtiited much excitement in the  d.strict, and made Rutland feel  quit ��� modern and up-to-the-minute.  Mrs. D. E. Macdonald hail to go  into hospital last Friday to undergo a very serious operation, which  we are pleased to learn waa successful.  Surveys are being made at present by the government with a  view to enlarging the irrigation  system of the Rutland Estate Irrigation Co., thus taking aome of the  burden off the other systems.  The Keiowna Irrigation Co has  just completed bunk-houses at their  Mill Creek dam. and will start a  gang of men almost immediately  putting the dam into shape for the  next storage season.  The newly formed Athletic Club  is to meet Monday evening at 8  o'clock to consider plans for the  future. Many new members nre  required and everyone should  attend.  "Mac" Boyd who has been stay  in Rutland for some time past, is  leaving shortly to "seek fresh fields  and pastures new." He intends  visiting the Fort George district in  the lookout for land whereon to  settle.  A very pleasant evenin'g waa enjoyed Friday evening last by the  Young People's Society when Mr,  Geo. I rank gave an entertaining  account of his experiences overseas  in Egypt, Gallipoli, and Palestine  Mr. Trask served with an Imperial  corps, and has many stories to re.  late of life in the east, some of  which are apt to lessen one's reverence for places famous in Bible  history. Most of them, in fact, al.  though full of romance, are also  full of Hit's, and lack sanitation,  and consequently���er���smell I But  even these unpleasant features can  not rob the East of its accumulated  interest of thousands of years, and  Mr. I rusk's description of places  he had passed through were closely followed.  The���total cost of British assistance to Russia, naval, military and  otherwise, from the signing of the  armistice until August 13, 1919, is  20,000,000 pounds.  The war cost forty billion pounds,  Premier Lloyd George declared in  his speech in the House of Commons on the financial and industrial situation. Most of this sum was  spent for purposes of destruction.  He asserted that the change from  war to peace conditions would take  just as long as the change from  peace to war. Th* first outstanding fact of the present situation  was the alarming adverse trade  balance, he said. The "'national  debt, he declared, had grown from  ��641,000,000 to ��7,800,000,000.  J| When using x  .=-*. WILSON'S  fLYRADS  ~W READ  DIRECTIONS  gk    CAREFULLY AND,  gu-Vs  FOLLOW THEM/  *"JjtS)    EXACTLY/  Far more effective than Sticky Fly  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  Druggists and Grocers everywhere-  Orders for  Local  Scouts  ���*�� prepared*       Kelowna Troop.  Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by "Wolf."    Aug. 19, 1919  A letter has been received from  Commissioner Heneage in which  he states definitely lhat H.R.H. the  Prince of Wales will pass through  Kelowna on a trip up the valley  probably about the end of/ next  month. This of course means that  the Troop and the Wolf Cubs will  parade, as H.R.H. the Prince has  expressed a desire to see the acouta  wherever he goea. It will thete-  fore be necessary for every scout  to have his uniform complete ; so  see to it now that nothing is lacking  from your outfiTs. This reference  is made particularly to some of the  scout hats which while they are not  missing are in a very dilapidated  state and need pressing badly.  Before it had been published that  the Prince was to visit Kelowna,  Mr. Sweney very kindly offered to  take a carload of scouts down to  Penticton to parade there with the  other scouts ol the valley. We wish  to thank Mr. Sweney very much  for his offer but of course there will  be no need to go to Penticton aince  the Prince is coming here.  At the apecial meeting which  waa held a short time ago concerning the buying ol Cedar Creek  camp site, certain friends of the  scouta expressed their appreciation  of the idea, as has been reported  before. To date a total sum of  $800 has been promised towards  this end. We should be glad to  hear from anyone else who is in  favor of the proposition.  We wish to take this opportunity  to thank a certain friend who was  not able to be at our concert, for a  donation of $2, which was given  towards ow\ concert funds. We  also wish to thank Mr6. Moubray  for a gift of books which will be a  great asset to our Scout Library.  The trimmer and the swimming  season are now almost ovel and  yet not one scout has made any  attempt whatsoever to try arid pass  either his Swimmer's or Rescuer's  badge. This seems almost incredible when we realize how many of  them are nble to swim sufficiently  well to pass at least one of these  two badges. We hope that scouts  will take the hint from this and get  busy on these badges before the  season is completely over.  Following is a continuation of  the winning Scout Diarv:���  Wednesday, July 2nd���Reveille  woke ua at 7 o'clock, we aired our  bedding and fell in for washing  parade. Then we got into uniform  and fell in to hoist the flag and  have prayers. The first meal call  went and then we had breakfast.  Following this came tent inspection  in which the Otters won, thereby  being entitled to the scout flag.  Physical training and drill with  staves was our next item. This  over the troop assembled at Cedar  Creek bridge ready to pass the  'mile at scout's pace. The Otters  came off top in this too. Then  cams free in bounds, followed by  dinner. During this period we prepared for a tenderfoot test competition. In thiB the Otters came  off victorious. Having finished  this ordeal we fell in for bathing  parade and enjoyed a splendid  swim. By the time we were dressed free in bounds had started. At  6.30 o'clock the daily Court of  Honor was held and all patrol  leaders were present. The first  call for supper was blown, followed by the second. Supper over  we went down to the camp-fiire  and listened to some music. In  the middle of the camp-fire, Mr.  and Mrs. Groves drove into camp.  Previously in the afternoon Mr.  Harvev and party drove in, bringing mail and kindly taking lettera  into town  for  us.    vVhen  it  was  Benvoulin Notes  Miss Elsie Mitchell, from Boston,  is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B.  Fisher.  Mr. and Mrs. Burland, of Rapid  City, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.  Manly Byrna last Wednesday and-  Thursday.  Mr. W. S. Young and daughter  Mary from Selkirk, Manitoba, are  visiting at the home of Mrs. J. B.  Fisher,  Mr.and Mrs. Fulkerson of Penticton arrived on Wednesday morning's boat and are spending a day  or two visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A.  Day.  Messrs. Chaplin and Winters  from Vancouver spent Wedneaday  visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.  Clarence Burtch.  Miss A. Thomas, who has been  visiting Mrs. Burtch for the past  few weeks, left on Monday afternoon's boat for Naramata.  Dr. Wilson of Vancouver preached at Bethel Presbyterian Church  on Sunday afternoon He took as  his subject "The Forward Movement."  The Benvoulin United Faun  Women will meet at the Manae on  Thursday, August 28th at three  o'clock. All ladies of the community are cordially invited.  Mrs. McClure and family have  moved into their new home) in  Kelowna, Mrs. McClure having  sold her place in Benvoulin to Mr.  Munson. lienvouliniles will miss  them very much.  Professional Cards  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mrs. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE **��� .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CON1 1ACTOR ����� BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys snd Report, on Irritation Work.  Application* for Wster Dcense.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   A��enue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  >Veterinary  Surgeon  Vernon, B.C.  Office Phone 443  Retidence      313  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164; Residence 91  P. 0.feox22  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  '< of work  '  sufficiently dark enough we fell in  ready to play the game of Will <>'  the Wisp. By a process of elimination Mr. Weddell determined the  two scouts to carry the light to be  P. L. George Mantle and Scout  Murray Taylor. The pair went  east ar.d then up the bed of Cedar  Creek.. When we were out after  them we heard the bugle which  waa by Troop Leader Dick Parkinson out in the canoe. Hearing this  summons we all headed for camp.  We turned in immediately and were  soon asleep. The camp orderlies  were the Wolves, alto the guards.  Motor Car Owner  Now is the time to get your car overhauled readji  the fine weather. "A stitch in time saves nine,"'  a small adjustment  may save you a bin; bill later!  The SMITH & McCUBBII  GARAGE  All kinds of Accessories Agents  Dodge Bros. Touring anc  Business Cars  The best car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Cat  With the "Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tractd  For all hauling and farm work  Agents for COODYEAR  TIRES tl  LAWRENCE AV-E.   Phone232. Nlghtphont\  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2-   58c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Premises on Lawrence Ao.  Woodcraft  Manufacturing Co. Ph...  2671  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and]  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.]  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kindi |  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  9  Just Arrived���a carload of  Agricultural Lime  Try sortie on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  DRIVE YOUR CAR HERE  and secure what it needs in the way of supplies. Oils  and oilers, storage batteries, spark plugs, fire extinguishers, tools or anything else. Our auto supplies are the  practical kind, the sort that expert autoists use from  preference induced by experience. Make this your  supply depot and insure yourself satisfactory aervice.  GOODYEAR Tires service station  Coal Oil Gas Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi Ac  Lawrence  J.  W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 76 I Thursday, August 21,1919  KELOWNA  RECORD  PAGE THKJBS  MONARCH-FLOSS  MONARCH-DOWN  A Large   assortment of  Wools  have been delivered      this  week.  These   come  in the shades  that are moat  required.  Look    these  over   in   our  Stripe   Dept,  1/   UHtirtxo. ���,���,  PHONE   361 KELOWNA  g][ Now is your chance to brighten  ���*"  up your home.   For the next  two weeks I will sell  UNOLEUM  At $1.50 square yard  FELTOL  At 85c square yard  Twelve different designs to choose (rom  10 per cent, off all Lunch Baskets & Aluminumware  A. E. COX, Water Street  Sole agent for Columbia Grafonolas. All the latest Jazz records  The Only Way  to Reduce the cost pf living is to keep up the  production and to eliminate waste.  Last year many tons of Tomatoes were lost  by the Growers and the Canners through lack  of women help. Will the local girls and women  and members of farmers' institutions and others  help us during the rush season ?  Regiite your nam* at oar office right away.  Occidental Fruit Company, Ltd., eiiu street  'THE CANTEEN'  Every man in' Kelowna and district should  know that "The Canteen" is now open in the  old bowling alley on Water Street. We have  Soft Drinks (ice cold), Fresh Tobacco and  Cigars, and the  BEST OF BILLIARD TABLES  Give us a trial one of these hot daya and you will not regret it  Bernard H. Raymer and Ian MacRae  Props.  TOWN, AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mra. Cather came in from the  coast Tuesday on a short visit.  Major and Mrs. Cosgrave of Vancouver we,re visitors Saturday.  A. R. Wimenny of Princeton,  was a visitor Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Abrams of  Vancouver, were arrivals Friday  last.  Chas. Dark left for the coast  Thursday last on a visit, combined  with business interests.  W. H. Stevens, superintendent  of government telegraphs, was a  visitor in town yesterday together  with Mrs. Stevens from Kamloops.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Newman and  child were visitors in Kelowna  Tuesday.  Mrs. A. R. McEachern and Miss  F. McNeil of Salmon Arm, were  here on a business trip Monday.  E. H. Beecroft, of Auckland, New  Zealand, was here this week on  business connected with the ftuit  industry.  Mr. and Mrs. Austin returned  last week from their vacation and  have taken a camp for the present  on Manhattan Beach.  A motpr party consisting of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Kendall and family  and Mr. and Mra. H. W. Howard,  came in from Kamloops Sunday,  making a short atay.  Mr. H. D. Riggs will be leaving  Kelowna some time next week for  Abbotsford, where he has accepted  a position as principal of the public  school.  Mrs. Main of Armstrong and  Miss Pound of Vernon have been  visiting during the past week with  Mrs. McEwan, On Sunday Mr.  and Mrs. Pound and Mr. and Mrs.  Edwards of Vernon motored down  for a short visit.  Messrs. H. A. Plow and F. W.  Stirling, C.P.R. freight agents for  Nelson and Vancouver respectively, were in town this week in connection with the arrangements for  the fruit traffic.  Mrs. Taylor and Miss Dixon,  sisters of Capt. Dixon, who was to  have accompanied Capt. Hoy to  Kelowna for the flying demonstration, and who have been staying  here for a few days, left this morning for the coast.  Walter Charman, who left Kelowna for overseas soon after the  war broke out, has errived in Canada with his wife and child and  will be heie in a few days. He has  aeen much heavy service in some  of the hardest fighting of the war,  and has been wounded several  times.  Lieut. W. E. W. Mitchell came  in Monday from England. He left  early in the wai for overseas and  has seen considerable service with  the artillery, being badly wounded  in the neck with shrapnel, from  the effects of which he is not yet  fully recovered. Mr. and Mrs.  Mitchell and family are leaving  shortly on their return to the old  country.  To the many friends of Mr.  Arthur F. Gellatly, 4th son of D. E.  Gellatly of Gellatly, B.C, it will be  a pleasant surprise to learn of hia  marriage to Miss Muriel Colborne,  second daughter of Mrs. Caroline  Colborne of Callingwood, N.S. Tbe  wedding waa quietly solemnized in  Lethbridge on Wednesday, Auguat  6th at 5 o'clock by Rev. Dr.  Denoom. The young couple arrived home on Monday afternoon,  where they were given a warm reception. The supper which followed was well attended by relatives  and friends who expressed their  most hearty wishes for s most prosperous and happy future.  Away Just for  a Few Days  During my brief visit to the  coast I shall make it my special  mission to get a glimpse of what  the future holds in the way of  price surprises. The price of  beef has dropped, but the profiteers must hare put an "unearned increment" on the hides by  the look of things. However, in  spite of that, my pledge remains  ���to help the wage-earner.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Mrs. Cameron returned Friday  from a visit t-> the coast. ���      <  Dr. and Mrs. Mathison were  visitors to Penticton last week-end.  Mrs. J. A. Bigger left for Winnipeg Monday.  Mrs. and Miss Moubray are  leaving tomorrow for Eggland.  J. Morrison was a passenger to  Penticton this week.  Miss H C. Cochrane leaves this  afternoon for a trip to the old  country.  Miss Pughe of Hunt's store, and  Mrs. Li V. Rogers left for Vernon  this afternoon.  The new Rutland Athletic Club  is holding a dance tomorrow  (Friday) in the achdolhouse.  Messrs. Jas. Black and D.C. Mc-  Donald, CP.R. claims agents, are  in town thia week.  , A large number of girls came in  from the coast Monday and Tuesday to assist at the canneries.  ! Pete, Jake, Bill, Bus, and Jack of  ' Kumaginn Camp" wish to thank  all who visited the camp and aided  in keeping the pantry stocked.  The C.P.R. has had to increase  its staff at the local freight office  for the season by three. The new  members are Miss Ross, Mr. Webb  and J. C. Rowell.  George Curts, with his wife and  young son, returned from overseas  Saturday. George left three years  ago with the I 72nd.  Mr. and Mrs. Drury Price came  down from Vernon Saturday by  car, on their trip from the old  country, and needless to say were  given an enthusiastic welcome.  Mrs. (Re*) D. J. Welsh was a  visitor in town over the week-end,  having spent a few days at each  of the lake points, in company  with her son. Her many friends  made her very welcome.  Rev. W. M. Armstrong, who has  been supplying tenporarily at the  Baptist Church, leaves early next  week for Hedley, where he haa  accepted a position as principal of  the school.  The wedding took place Monday morning of Douglas Mitchell  who lately returned to Salmon Arm  from service overseas, to Miss  Frances H. Railton. The ceremony,  which waa performed by the Rev.  E. D. Braden, took' plac at the  home of the bride's sister, Mrs. E.  Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell left  on the morning boat for the east.  Secretary J. W. Hays and vice-  president W. W. Barrett, of the  International Typographical Union  passed through on the boat Monday morning, being met by a delegation composed of the printers  from the Kelowna offices. The  itinerary of the above gentlemen  covers most of western Canada  and is being made with the idea of  consolidating the position of unionism in the west, strengthening the  fraternal spirit and defeating the  one big union movement.  On   Sunday,    August   17th,    a  double memorial  tablet waa  unveiled in St. Michael & All Angela'  Church, by the ven. Archdeacon  Greene, to the eldest and youngest  sons of Mrs. Moubray.   It reads :  In Memoriam  A. R. St. I. Moubray  Major. R.G.A. ��c M.C. -  Died of wounds  France  July 2nd, 1918  Age 27  In Memoriam  C. L. Moubray  2nd Lieut. RE. & M.C.  Killed in action  France  October 9th, 1918  Age 24  The tablet was by J. B. Knowlea  Kelowna Dairy Co.  N. E. DAY       .      GEO. BROWN  PHONES 146 AND 151  The people who are in a  position to supply your  every want, winter or sum-,  mer.in pure milk & cream.  We are also agenta for the celebrated  Empire Milkers  '���        Separators  ���        Gasoline Engines (with  a guarantee)  Papec Ensilage Cutters, ox.  Auction  Having received instructions I will aell the  Household Effects of  . M. Black, Glenn Avenue  Kalowna, at his residence, Glenn Ave., on  Saturday, Aug. 30,  comprising  Mason 6t Rise.. Piano, Louis XV design,  walnut finish, cost $550  Fumed quarter cut o��k Dining Room Suite  composed of Buffet, round Extension  Table, 5 Chairs, including Arm Chair  (full leather slip seats) ���  Fumed oak Library Table  Combination oak Sideboard and China  Cabinet  Combination oak Bookcase and Writing  Desk  Oak cabinet Sewing Machine  Oak Centre Table  Leather Couch  Morris Chair, Mission oak  3 Dining Room Chairs  Wicker Rocking Chair  Plsin Rocking Chair        *  2 oak Dressers, Washstand At Chiffonier  Brass Bed with Springs  2 Enamel Beds with Springs  Couch or Folding Bed with Mattress  Toilet Set  Wilton Rug, 9 x 12  Linoleum Square 1! x 12  JvlcClary Kootenay Range  3 Kitchen Tables and 6 Chairs  New Electric Stove  .22 Savage Rifle  Oliver Typewriter, No 5, in first-class con-  ' dition 5-gal. Churn  High Chair Oil Stove Oven  Washing Machine and Wringer  2 Zinc*Tuba Copper Boiler  Rayo Lamp Baby's Cart  Child's Express Wagon      *        Hens  Number ot good Gramaphone Records  Quantity ot Glassware, Crockery At Cooking Utensils  -   Special attention is called to this sale as  everything is in fifst-clasa condition and  practically new.  Sale to commence 2 o'clock sharp.  G. H. KERR   -   Auctioneer  A meeting of the Kamloops  Presbytery was held here this week,  some twenty-five lay and ministerial  delegates being present from all  parts of the district. At a congregational meeting held in the Knox  Church last night the question the  "Cooperative Forward Movement"  was discussed.  ���RJ.D6 ~ Mft3S��Y"  'CANADA'S  BEST  BICYCLE  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wiring  and Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of  Park Ave.  Phone 347  MARTY'S  Ice Cream Parlor  NOW OPEN *"  Lawrence Ave.  (Near Methodist church. Formerly  tha Green Tea Room)  A nice cool, clean spot for '  Ice Cream and  Afternoon Tea  Meals provided  Soft Drinks Candies  Ggars and Cigarettes  E. MARTY    -  PROP.  mmjm&mw&c^^  Travelling Requisites  We have a very comprehensive stock of  Travelling Trunks, Suit Cases, &c.  At all prices  RUGS for travelling, automobile, or driving  Light and Heavy Harness  We carry a large stock and can also make any  part we do not happen to have  HARNESS REPAIRS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone ISO  ��*08i-K8*8-8'fl>^^  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped for all kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and will give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT ;AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harness on hand  At rock bottom prices  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna PAUH KOCH  QtTST Zffi,  NA    lii-.COir'D  Thursday, August 21.1919  i  ���  riling D��,  ichir  'jl'i.r.  my  :  monl ,.  ���'i>   CAI-  ���  -.'  1-~  -;       '���  bite 1  i  tS   A- vohue "      r  Aug-,  26, at 2 p.rr.  :             ' Oat . 1  ���  2 Rod  Curtain 1  >; iji       i iftfc Chai  '     l.j.I'm,,I'M                            |j  i   '��� '  .   ' lesvei      ..  I'l.Nt Irons             \{  * Sa) N ��� i  v l'ipp-1    2 Coal Heal  .,.'".,.  ��� .                                  1   1 ���/. SpuIv  lattteai    i   .let  i I.hiii|''  .  ress ���     Quaiitit'  10 Pi mouth ftocl*. toons  .  i ro i tut ie. n. "���  ���  Want Ads.  Random Remarks  '    By ik'o Cl.i.1  ! I IK  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  The Best Quality  of Meat  at the I owest Possible  *      Prices  what we aim to givalhjftpe<*p!t*  nr kclow ,a,   and   Increasing Trtlsiin aa  /shows that we are doing it.  Veteran Meat Market  J. E, JasieR    -   l*iop.  ��� i(Jl Bernard Avenu<  ;. and Carry  We (-.simile Real Estate exclusively,  Rates al cr-in mission as l.ill.r.vn:  5 pel cent,   up  tu $5,000, ond  2*  per cent, over that nlhount.  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  several ten-acre bl h ' in the Ellison  Diatrict,* at a very reasonable price.  I'tirer ni these lots are in bearing or-  chord, tlie balance being iu truck.  I'-'rinaover ten years. Small eaih payment wilt handle.  1 liitf   propo/ty   is good for one week only  at present piice.  1 nil parttculais at tins office  Garden  pro kes*::  ��� 'i-.|.- t- i : ���  Auctit  IN THE MA ITER of the estate   of  .   Hereron,   late   of   Kelowna,  . deceased,  And   in   the   matter   of   tlie eatate of  i astasia I Eererun, late of Kelov. no-, |  B.C., deceased.  i liereby given that all credii-  i   ui oiiier persons   having .-Ay plaim or  leiunnd   -gainst   '-iilit-1   of   the   t-siate;-of  .  ���   ���    .���:      Ille  ed,   who   respi'  Mrs, H:  i,A\J  Sal*  .    j irv -y Ave  ay,        ;ust 28th  ���  Sel i i  .  .  .'.UNNSNGHAM  .    .     .  ���  (Ml,-ah  ��� -  . ���       anions >  .    .    . ���  V 00   i  I  ..  I     ��'  ���  ���  TERMS CASH  Auctioneer  rmted Butter  rappers  Vou can be supplied  with   neatly- prinJ cl'  ppers   for   your-  butter at the Kelo vvna  ! lecord Office*, for the  > wing prices:  iuir'^���rG$i.50.  '  ii  ���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ���  :  i i l;k "  ���    ���  I  ��� ������  ���,.  ��� ���  ������  .  ���  "��� .  '   ���  ���  ,  "  be    miked  ��� " *    ���,<>'���  duct.  200  . 500  i 000  2.00  5 15  4.50  / heie prices include Both lhe  Paper, which is lhe best obtainable  for thi purpose, and tht: I'rinling  oj sainn.    Please note this.  K  elowna r\ecor  R<  i.v.-lv  ii     on active Service with thr Can-  ��� ipedidonary Knees  on or  ah nt  pi    \' v. inber,  1918, and at  ns aforesaid   on   or   about   the (*lh  May, 1902, and Letters "f Adnitn  i i whose   estatt -.   were   grnnk-tl to  Michael Hereron,  of  K��lown*��i  aforesaid  nn ih.- .HI.  day   of   Apnlf! 1919,   are ie-  o send in their rlutna   toTthe said  IT     f 1 I lereron   oi   to the Undersigned,  .ii Kelowns, B.C., on   or   before   the  25th  ��� hi'  ol August, 1919, .-liter which -date thi  ill   be   dealt with having re-  uly to the claim's and demands tin it  ���    .  Dated   hi  Kelowna,  B.C., this 24th day  BURNE & WEDDELL,  . > dicitors fur the Administrator.  LAND REGISTRY AC I  .    bei il j  givi n that I shall   at  ne month from tin da  if   tic*   first publii atiort  keVedf it. uc  ������ tie I itlt-to the  ll   "he* noma   of   John  . . -io,   B.C.,   un!t'ns   iu  the meant inn ibjection i��  made   to  uie in wi i  lit.- hi I l<    .1 tl e  fplli wing docutaehts  celajing to said land', uamel) .  li 18, Wm.  u to Johl   Bassette, of West half of  ��� j ' ���. Pawnship 26 ;  ure dali d 4th June, i'*;.' I, between  \\'. M   !. Drnlir am| Robert Edwin Jack-  the fir J i parti tt. E. Jackson and H.  U.   Halnickcn of  the   second   part,  and  Manitoba Mortgage. cV Investment Co, Ltd.  i thti i i'i't,  whereby   the   parlies  of  the hint and aecond parts.COOVC)   to  part.'  of the third part inter alia above m.-it gages ;  peed   dated   17th   A igust,   I '-'n, John  - Daniel Rabbitt of West half of  Sfchitii 35, Township lb\  Assignment pi transfei dated 13th Aug-  **J    W     Hu j.   Wood   and   Chrin-  i  phi     -'. ood (h)   ittorney J. W. H. Wood,  >if Attorney 96c) to Canada Pernian<  enl I oan fit Savings Co of ab ive M.wtgagc  ���|iij Rele  i h dated 2nd July,  IH/*. Daniel  to   Canada  Permanfnt   Loan   *N'  i   . panj Limited, of West halt or  1 i.^vuhhiLJ 26, and Kc-lease ;  I of inter alia West half of Section  -  .   hip % dated  7th   March,   1903,  Ltl !.. John Mi Rutland!  i iti i alia  West half ol Section  lip ���'., dated  1st April    I  J.rhii M i-tutland to Samue! L.  Long,  H��r-  ttllingfleet, Siinui. ['. Mli-it, Rolj-  ni Morrison, nnd Daniel W. Sutherland,  [Aired   lo duliver  tha^'saiue   lb   tne  Forthwith.  Dated at tlit- Land Registry Oflicr, Kam-  . B.C.; this 4th day of August, 1919,  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar,  Miss M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  Terms moderate  THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSI TE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 . Rux 116  BURROUGHS  ADDING   MACHINES  Ailrl, Subtract, Multiply  it Divide  402, I'enrUr Street, Vancouver  Automobile  For Hire  II. B. BURTCH   -   Pl.oue 180  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 26? P.O. Bo. 351  FOK   SALR-  FOR SALE, Rood milk Cowi Frtsh. Phone  W (U.iiR Bros.). Ktitlond.      ."   36tf  FOR SALE, Mptor Cycle, H h.p. Bat. Jap.  twin, twO'Bpeed and free engine, chain  drive, specially adapted Ior side car ;  very little used and engine neverabusHa.  Steal Studded tire on back. $50 wurth  of spares, including one inner tube, unused, one tire, one steel studded tire  cbver, two driving chains, I plug, t\  springs, valve tappet, nuts, bolts, fttc.  P. ice $200 for cash. A. W. Cooke, Box  126, Kelowna, B.C. 36tf  I*' U .SALE, 5-passeitger Car in perfect  mechanical condition. All tires ��ood  Several spare parts,    Snap.    Phone 152,  38-Op  FOR SALE, good General Purpose Horse,  also Hackney Saddle and Driving Horse,  4 years.    Jenner, Bernard Avenue.    40|>  TO KENT  BRICK HOUSE T'OR SALE OR -RENT,  fully modern, 13 rooms, hot water heat  ing; i-acre corner lot. Apply H. D.  Riggs. . 39tf  "A I'liiel'n .tiiMUK ���*' lulim' nutai ��ik! teth, hell  |i"'1il  t!;r-,,,." II,|i r-  No, 1 did not go up. One deterrent in  inycase was lhe cost.' One dollar per  minute iar a ride in an airplane was too  much like buying thc machine, besides,  although I wouldn't like it generally knqwn  I had not fifteen dollars lo spare for that  purpose.  While on the subject of airplanes it is  curious to notice some of the uvea of those  contraptions to-day, as^for instance, seeking out the lair of the deadly mosquito,  cheeking forest fires by detecting them at  the stait, d.ihvi i in), mail, herding sheep,  ���V' , not lo speak uf the facilities offered  fpr spending money quickly, daily demonstrations of u'lm li have been made here  since the regatta.  Well, the regatta has come and gone  for another years and all appearances  went to show thorough enjoyment on  tlie part of the public. Certainly the children weie made happy and the speeches  in the park were well delivered and well  received���but oh I that 50c admission I  The imposition of this charge suggests the  question ; Who owns the park ?  When the war canoe capsized last Thursday quite a number of spectators seemed  to think it was meant for an amusing  stunt, and showed their appreciation by a  laugh. This mood changed, however,  when it was realized that the men were in  real difficulties* ��  Aren't thoHe preps men desperate' fellows ) [ saw them popping here and  there, rushing in where angels fear to  Iread, so to speak. No, that is wrong, the  angels weie treading there -all right, but  in-tcad of having their wingi on they were  dressed in vcij pretly and varied bathing  siiita in deference to the. amphibious na  ture of the. entertainment doubtless. I  wonder who prompted that Armstrong  visitor to say during the diving competi  tion: "Don't splash the water son I"  i No, no I the B.C. paper stating that  kelowna needs more rooming and board  ing houses is all wrong. Kelowna's most  urgent need in the way of public conven-  itMicea is more dance halls and spaces ���  wli.tt r1 a friviloui remark ? Well, maybe  it is.  :>im\:l.)NS  VACANT  WANTED, Help to work in   kitchen during meal hours.    Apply Palace Hotel.  34tf  WANTED, immediately, Marker and  Sorter. Previous experience not essential. Apply cveniiigB, Kelowna Steam  Laundry. 39-0  SITUATIONS WANTED  WAN 1 LD, by single man of good character, steady employment as chore man on  mixed farm or poultry ranch. Moderate  wage. AddressR.W.B.,peneralDelivery  Lumby, B.C 39-Op  POSH ION ON RANCH.' Ex-soldier  wants position as manager or foreman  of ranch. Life experience on big general and fruit farm. Good references.  Address Bex V, Record Office.        40-2p  MISCELLANEOUS  SMALL CANNING PLANT for sale ; also  set 2-ton Wagon-Springs.    Can be seen  on premises.    Apply F. R. E. DeHart.  39-Op  LOST, on Regetta Day, green and gold  bar pin set with peails. Return to. Mrs.  H. Snowsell and receive reward.       40p  ANY i   m tn < I,, has supervision of  ������ li'uni   l lr< . La iirive .-: modern  .'���. .;, hlr i.,,..t in i ,'..'������.���,:. .'tJur:r. .  Ouri nrr the kind that charm, and  every time we inttall one we know how  it deliKhti tlie wife, nnd we know her  liut-hftnd who n��yg for it, hat made an  investment that adds valu�� to their  property.  J. Galbraith  - * HeutingrVentilating and  Sanitary Engineer ���  Phones:  Store 100 P.O. Box 81  Residence 5705  iiiiiji(iijiiiiii;itii:]|iiii!iiii[|ii;i;riiiii:i!i  E. W. Wilkinson 11 C  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance*  Ph��ne'254 Dext door lo Post Qff>  LEON AVENUE,    two-storey  Hour.  rooms,'bath   room, hot and cold   wa  lot 50 x 120, two bi'tf verandahs.   $3,'  on terms.  PENDOZI STREET.' Bungalow. 5 roo'  lot 75 x 385, chicken house, wood sh  14x20.   $2,000.  BORNE AVENUE.   Two-storey hous  rooms,  fully   modern,   furnace heai  Rented   for  $22,50 per  month.   $3,  on terms.  SUTHERLAND   AVENUE.     House,  rooms and pantry, outbuildings, eleej  light and city water, 8-ft. verandah,  60 x 191.   $1,500 on terms.  CORONATION AVE.   Hause, 2 roo1  12 x 14, summer kitchen. 10 x 12, vet  dah round front and aide of house,  33 x 120, fenced all round, good gan  clear title.   $$00 on terms.  Large house on  Bernard Avenue to  from September 1st, -  Listings wanted of Farm fit City prope  a  DAIRY. COWi  The Kelowna Creamery, Ltd., has by  informed that a herd of extra good reg  tered HOLSTEIN CATTLE can be p$  chased. The prices run from'$l25 to $^l  per head, plus cost of transportation fivw  the coast, with two cows over $1,000 eaoi  Single animals can be sold and termsfl  payment arranged, if necessary.  For full particulars apply to      /.&  Kelowna Creamery; Limited  * Mr. S. H. Shannon, of Cloverdale,  has been appointed a member of  the qualijisatibn board of the Fetl-  eral Land Settlement RoarJ. The  position- is made vacant by the  retirement of F. 13. Sfflcey, M P.  IN 11 IE MATTER of the Estate of  II. L. A. Keller, late of Kelowna, B.C.  deceased.  NO I ICE IS IIERERY GIVEN that all  persons having any claim or demand  inst the estate of the above-named  deceased, who died at Toronto, Ontario,  on or about (he 25th day of June, 1918,  and probate of whose estate was granted  to Ada Elizabeth Keller, of Kelowna,  nfuiesaid, on the 28th day of January,  1919, arc required to send in their claims  to the said Ada Elizabeth Keller, or to the  undersigned, at Kelowna, B.C., on or before the 6th day of September, 1919, after  which date the said estate will be dealt  with, having regard only to the claims and  demands then received.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this 7th day of  August. 1919.  BURNE & WEDDELE.  38 2 . Solicitors for the Executrix,  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Dny_Phone 116 Night PiWe-5502  J.   GRANT  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract (or Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  1 ractor.  Power Belt work up to  ^0 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Go.Ld.  KELOWNA   .  Ward & Boldock!  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and   *  Concrete  Telephone     -    -    4804  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.^  Woodlawn Private {  School  WILL RE-OPEN ON  Tuesday, Sept. 2nd j  1919  Mits E. Batchelor - Principal  'ffl ||W :���"���-""??���������',   -~  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to havo  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholstar your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like'new.  Mattresses Pianos. Ace.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  .Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday- Ethel Clayton in "A Woman's Weapons."  Tue*day���"A  Fight  for  Millions,"   chapter   10���The   Secret  Tunnel.    Also 5-act Vitagraph feature.  Thursday���To be announced.  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.

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