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 ^5e.\.oyi3t\  fielotona  ���_,���_.  ^��tt\?zitffti*~>  msgf**  ���<*>���*  Victoria, B.C.  ^oSrbwsOvm)  VOL. XII.  NO. 7  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JANUARY I. 1920.-4 PAGES  ��� I.50 Pssr Annum  Non-voters Would Lose  Mr Franchise  [ Drastic Changes Proposed in  Election Laws   -  Premier Oliver ia responsible for  what would be practically a new  flection law for Britiah Columbia,  ao drastically would the preaent  I act be amended by new legislation  which he proposes to introduce  into  the Houae  at  the coming  Under the premier's proposed  bill it ia intended to cancel all existing voters' lists, to provide a  , number of special temporary registrars, to revise the list once a year'  instead of twice, with a revision  before eaeh election, to provide  an autograph check ayatem to  prevent impertone tion, to permit a  voter to vote in any part of the  province for hia home candidate,  and to automatically drop from the  list all persona who fail to exercise  their franchise.  "The firat thing after cancelling  the existing lists," stated Premier  Oliver, "will be to prepare a new  votera* list In an effort to enroll  all eligible votera we propose to  take authority to appoint a number  of persona to act aa deputy registrars to enroll voters. These men  and women will be stationed in  the streets or take other steps to  enroll votera.  |t is propoaed the keep the voters lists clean and up-to-date, by  having a yearly reviaion and a  special revision before an election  if there haa not been a regular  reviaion within six months of the  election, Aa a further means of  keeping the list clean and stimulating the use of the franchise, it ia  proposed to strike off the liat after  each election all thoae persons  who failed to use their vote. Voters  struck off for this cause will be  able to getback on the list if they  wish by registering again.  A new feature of the system,"  stated the premier, "will be the  signing of duplicate application  forms. One aet of these will be  bound.up in book form, and will  be in the custody of the officer in  charge of the polling subdivision.  Each person presenting himself or  herself for a vote will have to sign  an application form or a register.  Tha signature of the applicant will  be checked up with the signature  in the bound book of original applications. By thia means we expect to make the impersonation of  voters too dangerously difficult for  anyone to attentat.  Another reform will be 'the  creation of machinery to enable  personam rural constituencies to  vote in any part of their constituency and to enable any votera  who are away from home to cast  their ballots without lhe trouble  and expense of returning to their  homes- This will be a convenience  to the voter, and will also relieve  candidates from the expensive  task of bringing voters from outside constituencies home to vote.  By wiping out thekaeed for collecting campaign funds-1 on) hoping  to help elections to be freer from  corrupt practices."  Votes cast in outside parts of the  province, according to Premier  Oliver's plana, would be enclosed  in special envelopes on the back  of which would be an affidavit  signed by the voter. When received by the registrar in the home  constituency, a comparison would  be made ofthe signature with the  signature in the original application  book before it would be admitted  to count Thia procedure would  delay final announcement of the  returns and might keep the result  in some uncertainty, where the  home vote waa very close between  rival candidates.  . "The amendments have been  drawn," added the premier, "with  the idea that every man and woman poseaaing the right to vote is  entitled to register and cast his nr  her vote with aa little inconvenience as possible."  The annual general masting of  the Kelowna Women's Institute  will be held on Saturday, January  3re, in the Institute room, at 3 p.m.  Business: decision aa to the piano  for the veterans ��� reception of reports; election of officers.  The Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOMINATIONS  for  Mayor, Aldermen, Police Commissioners, and School  Trustees  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN io the Electors of the  Municipality of the Corporation of  the Gty of Kelowna, that I require  the presence of the ssid Electors  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., on the  Twelfth Day of Jaaury, 1920  at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose  of electing persons to represent  them in the Municipal Council as  Mayor and Aldermen, on the Board  of Commiaaioneis ot Police as  Police Commissioners, and on the  Board of School Trustees as School  Trustees.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be aa follows :���  Tke Candidates shall be nominated in writing; the writing shall  be subscribed bv two voters of the  municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the  Returning Officer at any time between the date of thia notice and  two p.m. of the day of the nomin-  on; the said writing may be in  the form numbered Five (5) in the  schedule of the Municipal Electiona  Act, and shall state the names,  residence and occupation or description of each person proposed,  in auch manner aa sufficiently to  identify auch candidate ; and in the  event of a poll being necessary,  such poll will be opened on the  Fifteenth Pay of January, 1920  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  Avenue, of which every person is  required to take notice and govern  nimself accordingly.  Qualifications for Mayor:  Tha persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Mayor are  such parsons as are British subjects of  tke full age of twenty-one, and ara  not disqualified under any law, and  have been for the aix months next preceding tha day of nomination the  regiatered ownera, in ths Land Registry Office, of land or real property in  tha City of Kelowna, of the assessed  value, on ths' last -revised assessment  roll for tha Gty of Kelowna, of One  Thousand Dollars or mora oyer and  above any registered judgment pr  charge, and who are otherwise -qualified as municipal voters.  Qualifications for Aldermen:  Tha persona qualified to be nominated for and elected aa Aldermen are  auch persons aa ara British subjects of  the full age of twenty-one years, snd  ara not disqualified under any law,  and hava been for the aix months  next preceding tha day of nomination  tlie regiatered owners, in tha Land  Registry Office, of land or real property in the Gty of Kalowna, of ths assessed value, on the Isst raviaad assessment roll for the Gty of Kelowna,  of Five Hundred Dollars or more over  ' and above any registered judgment ot  charge, snd who ara otherwise quail-,  fisd ss municipal voters.  Qualifications for Police  Commissioners:  Tha persons qualified to ba nominated for and elected aa Police Commissioners aro auch. parsons as ara  British subjects of ths fall age of  twenty-one years, and ars not disqualified under any law.  Qualifications for School Trustees,  Ths persons qualified to bs nominated for and elected as School Trustees  ars aueh persona aa are Britiah subjacta  of the full aga of twenty-one yeara,  and are not disqualified under any  law, and hava been for tha six months  next preceding the day, of nomination  ths registered owners, in. the Land  . Registry Office, of land or real property in the Kelowna Gty School District  of ths assessed value, on the last revised assessment roll for the Kelowna  City School Diatrict, of Five Hundred  Dollars or mora over and above any  registered judgment or charge, and  who are otherwise qualified to vote at  an election of School Trustees for the  Kelowna Gty School Diatrict.  Given under my hand at Kelowna, B.C., this First day of January,  1920.  G. H. DUNN,  Returning Officer.  Mr. A. C. Kemp, arrived last  week-end from Manitoba and has  taken up reaidence at Rutland on  the Mclvor property, which he haa  purchased. Mr. Kemp has spent  the lest thirty yesra on the prairie  and after touring the valley for a  auitable homesite decided on Kel-  Linie Interest Yetin  Coming Civic Eiection  Several Aldermen Willing to  Retire if Substutes Can  Be Found  With nomination day for civic  elections only a little over a weak  away, it ia surprising how little is  heard of the local political situation, or of the possible composition if next year's council. Kelowna has never shown very keen  interest in the matter and with'the  exception of the contest for the  mayoralty three years ago, no real  contest has been provided for  four or five years past. Candidates  for civic honors are none too plentiful, and on several occasions  difficulty haa been experienced in  getting the requisite number of  aldermen together. V '���'���'���'  Just what the situation will be  thia year it is hard to say. Thoae  immediately concerned are reluctant tocommit themaelves to any  definite statement. At least four  of the present council have expressed a wish to be relieved of their  duties, so that any aspirant for civic  honora has an excellent chance of  realizing hia ambitions without  much difficulty.  Two members ot the school  board automatically retire this year,  G. A. McKay and G. Ritchie, and  neither have ao far given any clue  as to their intentions in regard to  standing again for reelection,  Boards of Trade Convention Next Month  Progress ia .being made in the,  arrangementa for  the , boards of,,  trade] convention to be held in'  Vancouver on February 4, 5,  6  and 7.  Already repliea received from  the various organizations indicate  that fully 90) per cent, of the organized boarda and chambers of  commerce of British Columbia,  represented by more than a hundred delegatea, will take part in  the convention.  Transportation problems will be  considered with a view to opening  new country and making the development of the settled areas  easier. Interprovincial freight rates  and improved mail facilities among  the coast islands will also occupy  the attention of the delegates.  Dr. B. F. Boyee, M.D. CM., will  recommence practice in Kelowna  at the beginning of the year.  Meningitia following measles  caused the death laat Wednesday  of Winnifred Mary Mohr, the II-  year-old daughter of J. Harwood  Mohr,inow of Revelstoke, but formerly a resident ol Kelowna. The  girl's mother died just a year ago.  Criminate in ten thousand separate thefts robbed the people of  New York of caah and goods to  the approximate value of twenty-  five million dollars during 1919.  John D. Rockefeller haa given  to mankind a Christmaa present  of $100.000,000���half to the general education board to raise salaries of college professors and half  to Rockefeller foundation to aid  in combatting diseases through  improvement of medical education  public health administration and  scientific research. It ia estimated  that Mr. Rockefeller's public gifts  now approximate $450,000,000.  Unexpected Opposition  to Road Rule Change  Opinion on Question Evidently  Far From Unanimous  . Unexpected opposition from  automobile circles to changing the  rule ofthe road in Britiah Columbia  to conform with the right-hand  drive in vogue in the adjoining  provinces and in the States may  prove an obstacle to carrying out  that reform, according to a statement made by attorney ��� general  Ferris.  ��� Last year the Legislature passed  a resolution in support of the proposal to change the rule of the  toad.     The House requested the  ?' overnment to bring in legislation  t the next session, and it ia said  that general understanding to that  effect was given by the government. But according to the attorney-general it is by np means certain that the change will be made  at the the coming session.  ; "Opposition from unexpected  quarters has developed. Even the  motorists of our own province are  apparently not. agreed upon the  question. The president of the  Vancouver Automobile Club has  interviewed members of the government in opposition to the proposal. Naturally the government  must be sure that there ia an over-  Whelming desire on the part of the  "users of the roada for a change in  the rule before'we can take the responsibility of changing it," added  plr. Farria.  C.N.R. Terminals  to be Electrified  D. B. Hanna, general manager  of the Canadian National Railwaya  made the statement on. Monday  that within a short time the terminals of all railways in Canada would  be electrified, owing to the ad van  tage of electricity over ateam in  the handling of trains and cars in  yarda.  Mr. Hanna advocated an advance in freight rates, because  suoh ratea in Canada are the cheap-  ear "in Christendom or any other  country. He also said it might be  a year- before the Grand Trunk  Railway comes into the handa of  the government, owing to the prolongation of the negotiations.  The marriage took place Tuesday evening at the reaidence of  the Rev. E. D. Braden, of Frederick William Simmons, to Mrs. Caroline Sarah Millie.  A meeting of the Rutland Women's Ihr'itute is to be held on the  afternoon of Thursday, January 7,  when the programme for the coming year will be discussed  G. H. Kerr returned this week  from Alberta with two cars of  Percheron mares and geldings  which he purchased there. They  .are to be placed on aale immediately and later an auction sale ia to  be held. '"  Mr. and Mra. John Campbell and  family were arrivals last week from  Bristol, England, and will settle in  the district. Mrs. Campbell is a  daughter of Mr. A. Homewood.  At the commencement of their  train journey they were in the disastrous railway smash at Browne-  ville, Maine, in which ao many  livea were lost. They escaped  without peisonal injury but lost  much of their baggage. Mr. Campbell is an ex-soldier having seen  several years service in France.  The Corporation of the City of Kelowna  A MEETING of the ratopavere will be held in Wealey Hall.  Kelowna, B.C., on Friday, January 9th, 1920, at 8 p.m., to enable  ths members of the Municipal Council to review the year'a  work and candidates for the coming year to expreaa their views on  Municipal affaire.  D. W. SUTHERLAND,  Kalowna, B.C, Mayor.  30th December, 1920.  G. W. V. A. Notes  A billiard table has been installed upstairs and a tournament will  ahortly be started. Entries for this  close on January 5th.  Farmers and othera wishing to  aell land to returned aoldiera are  invited to list their lend with the  G.W.V.A. secretary.  Presents of a deer head and picture have been received for the  club from Messrs. G. M. White  and V. G. Jones.  A committee appointed to con-  aider the matter haa recommended  -that veterans of former wars, men  honourably rejected for service in  this war,, and men who served in  Canada onlv, be eligible for associate membership and have the  aocial' privileges of the club. A  referendum of the members will  be taken to decide the matter.  A.representative of the S.C.R.,  from Vancouver, haa had the new  industries plan explained to him.  The small holding scheme for pensioners, and a cigar factory specially interested him, and it was  stated that men could be trained  for poultry and bee keeping, raising small fruits, and cigar making.  A suitable location for a small  holding colony is now being sought  and will be submitted to the Land  Settlement Board as soon as possible. Mr. Holman l - kindly consented to addreaa Lie G.W.V.A. on.  tha subject of tobacco growing at  8.45 p.m. on Saturday, January 3.  The following reaolution proposed by Lt.-Col. Belson, seconded  by Mr. Holl, was carried unanimously at the laat meeting. Copies  Have been sent to the acting prime  minister, minister of militia, and  B.C. Veterana Weekly:  "Resolved, that in view of the  present re-organization of the militia, that the Dominion Government pass an act to embody in  the re-organization a aystem of  universsl training for all male  British Canadian born and minors  of the foreign born who are naturalized Canadians, from the ages  of 18 to 21, and that the period of  yearly training be determined on  the advice of the military authorities; and be it further resolved that  the units composing the militia  after being officered by those detailed by the military authorities in  the first instance, ahall subsequently furnish all applicants for commissioned rank unless vacancy ia  filled from reserve of officers. No  application for commissioned rank  to be considered unless the applicant has served in the ranks from  the age of 18 to 2 I. The applicant upon acceptance ahall qualify  by competitive examination upon  completiorf of the courae ot training laid down by the military authorities at varioua schools of  instruction."  Will Discuss Problems  of Transportation  Fruit growera and all those interested in the fruit industiy are  requested to attend a public meeting to be held in the Kelowna  Board of Trade room on Saturday,  January 3rd, 1920, at 2.30 p.m. to  discuss with Mr. R. M. Winslow,  secretary and manager of the Brit-  Columbia Traffic and Credit Association, the queation of the sugar  shortage* as affecting the mixed  fresh fruit market of 1919 and the  probable more acute ahortage during the season of 1920, the car  ahortage and other transportation  problems as affecting the apple  market.  It would be well that every grower attenda aa it ia in his future in.  terests to know facta and be able  to intelligently aupport the B.C.  Traffic and Credit Association and  the British Columbia Fruit Growers'  Association in their endeavor to.  bring about better conditions and  probable, remedies.  East Kelowna growera will please  take notice that a similar meeting  will be held in the East Kelowna  school on Friday, January 2nd at  2.30 p.m.  Amalgamation of Rural  Schools Discussed  Would Mean Greater Educa-  ��� tional Efficiency in Country  Districts  A joint meeting of the Okanagan  and Mission Creek School districts  waa held recently to consider the  feasibility of consolidation with  a view to providing better educational facilities for the country districts. The matter has been frequently discussed and it has been  long felt that the smaller country  schools were quite unable to provide the equipment and facilitiea  necessary tp a modern achool  course. The difficulty .of securing  teachers, too, for such schools haa  greatly increaaed during the past  few yeara and thia has made all  the more urgent a satisfactory solution of the problem.  Mr. J. W. Jonea, M.P.P., and  school inspector A. R. Lord were  both present and spoke on the  great advantages which would  come of auch an amalgamation  making an up-to-date graded  school possible instead of as et  present a number ol scattered  amall ones. The two schools mentioned onlv had representatives  present but the suggestion was  made that Eaat Kelowna and Glenmore be included in any joint institution.  Mr. C. E. Weeka presented the  caae from the trustees' point of  view and mentioned what had  been done in correspondence  with tne minister of education.  An alternative plan was for the  country districts to throw in their  lot with the city school authorities  arranging aome means of transportation for the scholars to and  from achool. For the purpose of  obtaining fuller information aa to  this latter suggestion a committee  consisting of Messrs.* C..E. Weeks  and R. S. Hall Were appointed to  interview the Keiowna Board and  to obtain financial and other data.  The report of thia committee  will be given at the annual meeting of the United Farmera at Mission Creek on Tuesday, January 6.  Visiting Lady Dies  in Kelowna Hospital  The death took place last Friday  ev -ning in the Kelowna Hoapital,  of Mrs. J. C. McHardy, who had  contracted peritonitis following an  operation' performed aome weeka  ago. Mrs. McHardy who was 68  yeara of age, came to Kelowna  about a yea. ago, from Huntingdon, Que., on a viait to her sister,  Mrs. G. W. Cunningham.  On Sunday afternoon a funeral  service waa held at the home of  Mrs. Cunningham, the remains  being shipped the following morning for interment at her home in  Quebec. She waa a widow and  leaves'a family of three grown-up  sons, one working the home farm  in Quebec, another in Connecticut and a third who had been in  Kelowna for a few weeks prior to  his mother's death, in Saakatche-  The Vancouver Board of Trade  I is planning an excuraion to China  ' and Japan.  Parliament to. Open  Early in February  Preparations are being made for  the opening of tho federal parliament about the middle of Februarv.  There ia a general desire amongst  lhe members���indeed it has been  expressed in a round'robin to the  government ��� that the session  should open as early as possible,  with a view to prorogation not  later than May.  So (ar as present indication go,  the sessional program ia not likely  to be very heavy. Lord Jellicoe  has intimated to the government  that his report on the proposed  Canadian naval policy will probably be ready by next week. It is,  hov. ever, unlikely, especially with  the prime minister absent, that any  ambitioua scheme will be laid before the Houae. PxVQB TWO  Ikelomnr record  i at Katun na.  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Btanltaba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, taa Tukeo Territory, tha Northwest  Territories and In portion ot the Pro-  rinse at British Columbia may bs leaa-  a<l ter a tarm at twenty-one yeara at  an aanaal rental ot II an aore. Mot  mora than S.600 asrea will be leased to  ens applioant.  AppllMtlona (sr tha lease must be  made by the applioant In parson to the  Au-��nt or Sup-scent ol tha dlatrlot In  which the rights applied Ior are situated.  Saeh applioation muat ba accompanied by a tee of H, wbioh will ba rerund-  ed lt the rights applied (or are not  available, but not otnorwlae. A royalty ahall be paid ea tba merchantable  output ot the alas at the rate of five  oants per ton.  Ih sarveyed terrttorlaa tha land muat  ba deaerlbed by seetlona or legal subdivisions of sasllans, and In unaurveyed  territory the traot applied for shall ba  staged out by the applicant hlmaalt.  This person operating tha mine ahall  furnish, tbs aasat with aworn raturna  aoMSntlox for tlie fall Quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rllrais ars pot being operated, suoh rails stall be furnished at least once  ae will Inolud. the ooal mln-  snty, Sat ths lessee may be  te pur��n����. whatever avail'  nflanta why ba considered  r On working ot tba mine  .1 as acre.  notation applioation  *. Made it th. SeereUry of tha.  ttlant af tlie Interior, Ottawa, sr  Afceiit er eHb-AgsM of Dominion  w. w. eoHTi  BsMtr Minister of tbe Interior  (N.B.��� CnauHsorlaad publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  Ward I Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  BANKO BERKSHIRES  Our foundation nerd contains the  West procurable Hoga imported from  U.8.A.  From Coaaard Breeding Estates,  Chicago���5ow. sired by the famous  Epochal Boar, aold for ��l 0,000.  From Winona Ranch, Oregon���  HOMEWOOD LEADER 3. lat  tjsrise et Vancouver and New Weet-  wester. 1��I9 and CHAMPION  tlOAR, any age, at Vancouver, 1919.  RIVER BANKS LAUREL, Is. 1st  nrrte at Vancouver and et New  Westminster, I? I*. and CHAMPION  SOW, any age, et Vancouver and at  New Weatmiaater, 1919.  Service of HOMEWOOD LEADER J. $5.  Basra aad Gilts for aale.  Baakhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  KEL6WNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by the beat authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Akin E. Perkins  WiU be in Kalowna in a fsw weeka  wnp  JOHN LEATHLKT  Miter aad Prsprietei  BOBSCBIPTION   BATES  (1.60   psc   raar:   TSe..   sur   aseatks.  OaHad  Slates 10 osats slMsHiiael  Snbaorthors   at  tka nnai rale  sitra pauses aaalM te hisads at e  at HALF RATI. La.. TS aasAs Der  eaa have  dlalaasa  rear.  Thls STJsdal  raivlUn   la   Reals*  oorooss ol advsrtlauaT she sitv aad  ���er   tks  cUsVict.  AU sabwrtstloae HnM, lo ads  aaes  KBLOWNA  RBCOM  mswsamm  Local Scouts1 Column  Edited by "Wolf." Dec. 30th, 1919  LOOM NOTICE*}. PnontSSIOMAL OABDB  ETC.. al osats net eohesa Isak asr wssk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTIOE8-SO dava. SS:  SO dava IT.  SATBR NOTIOIS-S* Ioe Bve  LEUAI. ADVEBTlelMO-rtrat Insortloa. IS  osnts oat treat, sack isbsissist laaartioa. S  wots nsr UnsT  DISPLAY ADVEHTISKHaWTB - Tvo laaksa  and aadsc. SO esata nr task tint laaarUoe  ovsr two lashes 40 osnts ear tosh first bv  ssrtioa:   20 seals eec laek seek sabaeaaaat  Insertioa.  KLASsinio ADvnmsmaim -�� osnts  nsr word    Stat laaartioa. I asart psr word  sank sabesoeaet laser Una.  Al) caesuras lo contract  i�� la tbs bands ol tk*  svsslas  t  nasi  hs Toesiav  ta   tka   aasl  Rutland News  (���torn our own ai>rn<-n<inrlentl.  Owing to the fact that there ia to  be a dance in Kelowna on the  9th, it haa been decided to postpone the R.A.C. dance, announced  iast weak, until Wednesday, January 14th. The aame orchestra  is being engaged for this dance  as the laat one. Mr. Barrett will  be at tlie piano aa aoon as possible  after the picturea are over. The  club is aaking the ladiea of the diatrict to assist them with the supper  by providing cakes and sandwiches.  There will be a meeting of the  R.A.C. on Monday next at 6 p.m.  at the home of Mr. C. Wherry.  The Young Peoplc'a Society are  holding their first meeting of the  new year on Friday, January 2nd,  in the Rutland achool. There will  be an addreas by the Rev. Mr.  Campbell.  We are pleaaed to learn that a  troop of boy scouts is in process of  being established in the district.  Rev. TV Griffiths and Mr. E. Money,  we understand, are the organizers,  and we certainly wish them every  success in their enterprise.  The Mount View Methodist  Church held their special Christmas services on Sunday evening  last. There waa special music by  the choir, including solos by Messrs.  Harry and Jack Hall.  Owing to the lack of snow and  akating this season it haa been  difficult to realize that it is really  Christmas tide and not Easter, as  the atate of the weather would  lead on<- to think.  The United Farmers will hold  their annual meeting in the school  house on Monday, January 5th at  8 p.m. sharp, for the purpose of  electing officers for the ensuing  year. All new comera to the* diatrict are cordially invited   to join.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  ��. CHAPMAN  PKeae 267.    P.O. Bos 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  New ie the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired.. I  eaa re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat aad male it  like new.  Mattresses  Re-made  Pianos, Ice.  Polished  Cosey Comers  Mad* aad Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Labs with Kelowne  Furniture Co.  Berry Growers Plan  For Big Business  Amongst the new companiea  granted incorporation is the Pacific Berry Growers, Ltd., of New  Westminster, with a capital of  9100,000.  The company consists of about  100 producera and it ia their in  tention to erect a cold atorage  plant at Haney with a capacity of  300 tona. This will aerve aa a concentrating point for the fruit of the  district before marketing. It is  estimated that the value of the  berry product of the Haney dis  trict in a normal vear is between  $500,000 and $600,000.  The Dominion Government ia to  put four boats on the run from  Vancouve   to New Zealand.  Hon. S. F. Tolmie, miniater ef  agriculture, is suffering from diphtheria ot hia home in Victoria. Mr.  Tolmie only left Ottawa a week or  so ago. and waa taken ill on the  train.  Fifty-one are dead and twenty-  three seriously ill in various eaatern  citiea in the Statea from drinking  whisky containing wood alcohol.  Of these, thirty of the dead and  seventeen of the ill were victims  of a quantity of ppisoned whisky  alleged to have been shipped into  New England for Christmaa trade.  Other victims are distributed between New York and Chicago.  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thuraday, January 8th,  1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Cougars, and also for week  following j next for duty, Beavers.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tueaday, January 6th, 1920,at 7 IS  p.m.  *        e  The following ia the Chriatmas  message of the Chief Scout for  Canada to all Canadian acouta :���  "The queation is often asked,  what will be the future of Canada?  and the immediate reply ia to  point out the wonderful national  assets of the country, and the end-  leas opportunities which it provides,  but by far the greatest of all assets  is lhe character of her citizena.  The hiatory of Canada in peace  and war ia a record of continuous  success, and it ia for ua in our  generation to see that that record  ia worthily maintained.  One of our surest hopea lies in  the Canadian boy of to-day. He  inherita a great tradition, he haa  the instincts and qualitiea which  have made Britiah and Canadian  citizenahip what it is, and aa a boy  scout he haa the opportunity of  training himaelf to make the best  use of them.  The year now drawing to a close  has been eventful but we can look  forward with ever increasing confidence and aa Chief Scout I am  glad to have the privelege of wishing every acout a happy Christmas  and a moat prosperous new year.  Signed. DEVONSHIRE."  Therefore now that another new  year begina let ua as members of  the Kelowna first, put into more  active practice that for which the  three fingers in our salute stand ;  in othet words let us put aome  "ginger" in to our scouting. Let  us go out to look for the good turns  and not wait for the opportunity to  come to ua or to resignedly compose ourselves to let anothe acout  or somebody else do the good turn  whieh we might do ourselves.  Speaking of good turns, Seconds  Small, Ball, Wilson and Scout Morden did the troop a good one when  on Saturday morning last they  scrubbed the basket-hall floor; may  their ahooting eye never grow diml  We ahall probably play basket  ball on new year'a day and there  will be the uaual Friday and Monday practicea during the week.  Speaking of our 1920 entertainment we ahould welcome anv  auggestiona or requests from any  of our frienda to repeat any item  which'took their fancy at any of  lhe last six annual entertainments.  Are you reading the column?  To satisfy ourselves on thia point  we offer-a prize of one year'a subscription to the Canadian Boy  Magazine to the patrol all of whose  members first individually report  to either the scoutmaster or troop  aecretary that they have read thia  week'a column.  We are glad indeed to note that  we are likely to have a troop of  two patrola of scouts at Rutland.  We have long felt that the abaence  of acouta waa one thing which thia  energetic community lacked and  we wish them every success now.  The Rev. Mr. Griffiths, who waa  formerly associated with the Lady-  smith troop,' ia kindly taking the  organization in hand.  Thursday, January 1,1920  !_ JrJLUUtSSI-.   >.lll ���!   HI ������ ���  Provincial Librarian  Dies at Victoria  E. O. S. Scholefield, provincial  librarian of British Columbia for  the past twenty years, died at hia  home in Victoria on Chriatmas  Day, after an illness of about a  year.  He was born in the Isle of Wight  forty-four yeara ago, and was  brought to this province aa a child  by hia father. He waa a Fellow of  the Royal Geographical Society,  a Fellow of the Royal Colonial  Institute, president of the British  Columbia Libraty Aaaociation, a  member of the council of the American Library Association and  honorary president of the B.C. Soldiers and Sailora Help Society.  He waa aomething of an authority  on the hiatory of thia province and  collaborated with His Honor Judge  Howay on a History of Britiah  Columbia which waa publiahed  aome years ago.  Priaon Chaplain ��� "Remember,  mv man, atone walla are not barriers, nor iron bara a cage."  Convict���"That'a right air, but  they're derh good substitutes."  S^��MSs^^,<MWAA^a*l*^**VW*^^^^ts^s^^s  ICE ICE  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUR SHED  Now ia the time to lay in your  supply (or next season  $1.20 perton  At Cosen's Pond  Extra charge lor delivery  Special rate for large quantity  Applr  ERNEST SNOWSELL  P.O. Box 5} or at tha Pond  3-ep  Professional Cards  BURNE Sr tVEDDELL  Banister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    -   John f. Berne.  KELOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country ReaidenceS  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc C. E.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. band Suroeyor  Survey, si d Reports oa Irrigation Works  Applications for Watsr licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. j. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  snd   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Reaidence     313  Vemon. B.C.  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willita Block, will be promptly attondod to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C Land Surveyor  Hewetton St Mentis Block     ���     Kelowns  Phonp 327  HERGA AMBLER Sepraes*  Lessons in Vows, Pisno, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for al) t  >     of work  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Raprtirs -  Phones: Business 1641 Residence91  P.O. Box22  t**t>>t��*%^i+&iittt**ttfi^t^t^t^>^t^t^^t^tajt^t^i+tar*f^*.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  TO CAR OWNERS  Vulcanizing, Re~Treading\  Tire and Tube Repairs  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  TAYLOR & ANDERSON    -   -     Kelowna Garage'  Lasrenee Atenut  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  ���"���'''������������'������������'���'W'Si*>/N��'V^*"\^^-"V^rt^\rf>*^  Harness and Harness Repairs  That ia our buaineaa and we can give you good service.   Call  and see our new stock of Work Harness.   It is good value.  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time saves good money  to ths wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES. WHIPS. AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE REPAIRING.    We hsve just added a Shoe Repairing Depart,  ment, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to us.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  nour Expected to go Higher  Lay in your supply of PURITY or ROBIN HOOD  at $5.50 per 98 lbe.  Car of high-grade Feed Flour just in.   Try thia  .   mixed with bran or shorts for atock  or hogs, it makes weight  Strictly No. I Timothy Hay, per ton $45. .'���  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  Free Gty Delivery  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all termers  who toll butter either  te the etrres-or private--  ly, ate required to have  ���it properly covered in  a wrapper en which  MUST appear in prominent letters the'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fast is also em-  phasixed thet all butter  in such packages must  bs ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of asms s  tins ef from $10 to 130  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when raised with  dairy batter aad dairy  butter retains ita label  though it ho mixed  with the creamery pro.  duct,  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100wSctJSrNO$1.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices Include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Plase ml thtt.  Kelowna Record  tVXSSXSM bursday, January 1,1920  KELOWKA  EBCOM  PAGE TH8EK  [Vffl��B^BB��BSm  Casorso Brothers  Desire (o extend the  Seasons Greetings  to one and all  May tht New Year be one of still  greater Progress and Prosperit  Job  Printing  We are well equipped  for the production of every  variety of Job Printing.  Let us help you at any  tithe in the production of.  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letter and Billheads  Business Cards  Handbills  Circulars, Notices  Loose Leaf Supplies  The Reco  Phone 94  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  C. Urquhart left this week on a  trip to the coast.  E. W. Wilkinson returned thia  week (rom a viait to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. DeMara and aon  left laat Saturday on a viait to  Calgary.  Mr. W. J. Austin ia away thia  week on a viait to Victoria.  Misa Pearl White was down  (rom Vernon over the weekend  steying with her psrents.  Misa Christina McMillan left  Monday (or Spokane.  G. R. S. Blacksbv waa a viaitor  Christmas Day.  Cliff Scott was a passenger Tueaday (or Vancouver,  Miss Ruth Layton is a visitor  from Penticton.  The Rev. W. F. Price waa the  recipient of a Chriatmas presentation at the Baptist church.  Robert McKay decided last week  to try a (ew montha of the sunny  south and left Wednesday for Los  Angeles.  According to a coast paper the  Rev. W. A. Bennett, who recently  left Kelowna for a south Vancouver church, was presented with a  check for $100 from the membera  of his congregation.  The annual ratepayers meeting  is to be held Friday week in tbe  Wesley Hall at 8 p.m., when the  council will present their uaual  little apiela on the year'a work.  The Wolf Cuba will parade at  the cub room on Friday evening,  January 9th, at 7.15. There wili  be placea (or three recruits in the  new year and boya wishing to join  must aee the cubmaater personally aa aoon as possible.  Manager Thomaa of the creamery returned thia week after a few  weeks spent at the coast. Besides  carrying off the best of the prizes  at the butter competition Mr,  Thomaa haa gathered much information and data which will be  useful to the creamery later on.  A special general meeting of the  Women's Auxiliary to the G.W.V.A  will be held on Saturday., January  3rd at 2.30 p.m., to appoint committees for Burn's dance to be  held on January 23rd.  Mr. and Mia. C. L Lynch left  yeaterday for Penticton where they  will reside, Mr. Lynch having lately purchased the business of- the  Penticton Hardware Co.  The old-fashioned Christmas  day with snow and frost, and blazing fires, waa entirely absent this  year. For the paat week the weather haa been mild and bright  enough for picnica. What little  frost there waa in the ground is  practically all out again, and plowing haa been reaumed again in  places.  In a apecial Christmas number  of the "Garden" magazine (New  York) there appears a fine picture  of Mr. R. W. Thomas's garden, on  Ethel street, taken when the daffodils were in bloom. Thia beauty  spot is well know locally and bears  testimony to the comparatively  mild climate the Okanagan is noled  for.  After only a (ew daya' reaidence  in Kelowna, John Tonks, a newcomer from Quebec, passed away  recently. Mr. Tanks who waa  eighty years ot age, snd a retired  farmer, came the previoua week  with hia son-in-law and daughter,  Mr. and Mra. F. tWilkins, to settle  in Kelowna, they having purchased J. Nicoi's place on Bernard  avenue. The remaine have been  shipped to Richmond, Que., for  interment.  J. C. Johnston was a paasenger  Tuesday for Montreal.  Mr. and Mra. John Sutherland  aie visitors this week to Victoria.  Miss Chippendale left Friday  (or Ganges, B.C., where.ahe has s  nursing engagement.  Miss Aitkin was a passenger to  Vancouver laat week.  Miss McDonald waa a passenger  to Vancouver laat week.  Mr. and Mra. Trenwith left Friday on a visit to the coaat.  Jas. Black left Saturday last for  Calgary.  S. Gray returned this week from  Halcyon where he has been undergoing a course of treatment.  Mrs. W. J. Docking left Tuesday  for Cypress River.  Mr, and Mra. Ballantyne left  Tuesday, the former for a trip to  Nelson and the latter to visit friends  at Salmon Arm.  Penticton tax rate for 1920 will  probably be 45 mills, and advance  of 10 mills tn the 1919 rate, ac  cording to the Penticton Herald.  Summerland ia to rebuild their  hospital destroyed by fire a week  or two ago. It haa been decided  to make it a memorial hospital.  A Happy  New Year  This ia my Hearty wish- to all-  sod so far aa my shoe business  is concerned, I'm going to help  the men of Keiowna lo realise it.  Fancy wishing a fellow man a  prosperous new year and watch  him buy a pair of "boots" with  brown paper soles I Men, nothing like thst happens in thia  store, and yet 1 can aell cheaper  on account of the large business  dona and tha FAIR profit.  .  Chas. Dark  Tk* Footwsar Wisard  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. A. H. DeMara and son  Charles left on Saturday for a short  holiday at Calgary.  The annual meeting of the Kelowna local U.F B.C. wiil be held  on Tuesday next, June 6th.  t  The   Benvoulin   United    Farm  Women*will meet at the home of  Mra. Day  on  Thursday, January  8th.  Mr. Clifford Scott who has been  visiting Mr. and Mra. G. Scott for  the past week, left on Tuesday for  Vancouver. His friend, Mr. A.  Pentland, alao left on Tueaday for  Summerland.  In connection with the W.M.S.  Dominion wide women'a day of  prayer, the Benvoulin auxiliary of  the W.M-S. will meet at the church  on Friday, January 9th at 3 o'clock.  AU ladiea are cordially invited.  Holiday Attractions  at the Empress  The holiday attraction at the  Empreaa Theatre ia well worthy of  the season being a Paramount pic-  turization that will be presented on  New Year'a Day. In thia handsomely-staged picture, entided  "The Sheriff's Son," Charles Ray  has made a decided hit.  On Friday and Saturday Constance Talmadge ia featured in "A  Virtuous Vamp." Thia vampirous  comedy ia adapted from Clyde  Filch'a play, "The Bachelor," and  has received all aorta of enthusiastic praise from the reviewers and  critica.  On Monday and Tuesday a fine  Paramount feature "Greased Lightning," will fill out the bill along  with that mystery of mysteries, the  third episode, entitled "Submarine  Gardens," snd on Wednesday and  Thuraday of next week Rex Beach's  famoua story "The Crimson Gardenia" a fine adventure story, full  of thrills and exciting aituations, in  which Owen Moore takes the principal part, ind ia well supported  by an all-star cast.  All theae bills are filled in {with  first-rate comedies of the highest  order and when shown in all the  clear brilliance of which the new  Empress ia capable, should play to  capacity .houses all through the re  mainder of tbe festive season.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  We Repair  Any TIRE or TUBE  that ir repairable  Our guarantee 1a good.   Try us.  G.  LANE  A 35-yoor veteran  O.K. Lumber Co.'Office  Bernard Ave., Kelowna  DELCO  Lighting Plants  Modern Utilities, Ltd., Vancouver  wish to announce that WALTER R.  THOMSON, Lawrence Avenue (east of  Pendozi St.) has taken over our agencies  for ���the district, and will be pleased to give  a demonstration of a Delco Light Plant  and Water System in operation at any  time. For your canvenience 'phone 342  and make an appointment.  Willard Battery  Service  STATION  Willard Batteries for Sale Battery Repairs  Automobile Electrician  General Electrical Contracting  W. R. THOMSON  Lawrence Avenue  Between Pendozi Street and Ellis Street  WE WISH YOU A HAPPY  AND PROSPEROUS  NEW YEAR  ���J We thank you for the many  courtesies extended to us during  I919, and in ���return we will try  harder still in 1920, by further  concentration on good service, tb  deserve your good wishes and  sincere interest.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  s JEWELLERS KEM)WNA   RBC010  Thursday, January 1,1920  ���'������ '  '���'-���-- ��� -.-.��� - ,,  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  NEW YEAR SPECIAL BOOKING  Charles Ray in  "The Sheriff's Son"  A fine st^ry of the west.    And a Comedy for young and old  "Scared Stiff"  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  Special Matinee at 330. IOc and 20c  Friday & Saturday, Jan. 2 and 3  '     Constance Talmadge in  "A-Virtuous Vamp"  By John Emerson and Anita Loos  You will like   this  vampirous  comedy immensely, and you  will ale* learn that there is such a thing as a virtuous vamp.  And then there   is a beautiful Chester Outing entitled  "Haitian Night's Tale"  ���     and "HER SLUMBERING HERO."  a real good Christie Comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9 ' Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee Saturday at 3.30, 10c and 25c  Monday & Tuesday, Jan. 5 and 6  The Great Mystery 13  Episode No. 3, entitled :  "Submarine Gardens"  "Greased Lightning" *  With  Charles   Ray,  everybody's   favourite, in   a  humorous  character comedy.    Alao  "HIS   WICKED   EYES," a real live comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  Wednesday & Thursday, 7 and 8  Rax Beach's famous story  "The Crimson Gardenia'1  Full of adventure add   romance.    Thia story is a fascinating  mystery full  of every human emotion.    Also  "THE EXPERT   LOAFER"  a regular fun film, and SCREEN   MAGAZINE  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Friday and Saturday, 9th & 10th  "The Girl from Outside"  A Yukon drama told only as Rex Beach can do it  DISPERSION SALE 0/  .    PURE-BRED  Holstein Cattle  and a number of HORSES  Wednesday, January 14th, at I p.m.  AT  THE GLENMORE  RANCH  Dairymen and others who wish  to  get pure-bred Holsteins  at your own price, now is your chance I  As the lease on the ranch has expired the stock will  have_to be aold.  FULL  PARTICULARS  IN   NEXT  WEEK'S   ISSUE  G. H. KERR   -, Auctioneer  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get. your order in EARLY for your Winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  23 acres, all under cultivation,  silo, two large barns, 5-roomed  house, root cellar, chicken house,  and other outbuildings. Ten acres  rented for $65 per acre. Free  water for irrigation and two good  wells on property. Located on  Vernon road, opposite Ellison  achool house. Price $8,500 cash,  indefeasible title. For further particulars apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only chares TWO per cant, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB SALE  CANARIES, good Rolleri and Yorkihirei  for talat. Singers, or selected pain. Mn,  Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Ave.       4tf  FOR SALE, $13,000. the houte of[G. E.  Seon, Harvey Arenue, Kelowna. Apply  Meaarc. Mantle Ac Wilson or other agenta  or owner. 6tf  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colta  Mare, alio one-year-ojd bay  Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, alao one-year-ojd bay  hone colt, white atrip on face, white  feet. Both branded with email D on  left front foot Reward for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleiih, Rutland.'  3tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLE ANING-Work wanted office  aad houae cleaning aad other odd jobi,  Apply Arthur Gardiner. Bo* 463      7p  MISCELLANEOUS  TENDERS WANTED for building gar.  age, porch, and verandah. Apply W.  T. Berber, Rutland, for particulara.    7p  NOTICE���Any pereon found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the properties ot the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. The Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4-11  USED CARS : Ford, with electric start-  er, $625; Overland, $600; Chevrolet  $775; Chevrolet, $450. All guaranteed  good order. Cash or terms. M. A.  Alsgard.  Gar For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 3302  GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  fctl  Crook s Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  painful you will find groat  comfort in a pair of glasses  ground from Sir William  Crook's patented glaas.  The shade is so light that the  vision is no impaired yet  they are mos restful to the  eyes.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist Kalown  INDEPENDENT  Meat   Market  ELLIS   STREET  To our many  customers and others  we wish  A Bright and  Prosperous  New Year  Powick k Newman  Ellis Street "  E. W. Wilkinson & Co  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 234 - Dut door to Post Office J  PENDOZI STREET���2-atorey house, near!  hospital, 8 rooms, bath, hot end cold]  weter, electric light, thoroughly modem,!  lot 100 x 120.   Bam  for 4 horses and!  carriage shed, woodshed.   Price $4300, |  helf cash, balance to be arranged.  FIVE ACRES in city, suitable for sue-ij  division for growing track.   Excellent!  land.   Free   irrigation.     Price  $5,000.]  terms to be arranged.  HARVEY AVENUE-Bungelow, 3 i  end pantry, wtwdshsd, stable, lot 50  xl  120.   Price $2,500. 41,000 cash, balance]  to be arranged.  CADDER AVENUE-Housc 7 reoL.  bath, bask and boat reruidak, sell.  and entraace hall.  Price $3,000 cash r  $3,300 on terms.  CORONATION AVENUE-Cottage of 4|  rooms,  chicken  houses  with   scratch 8  house, etc.   Price $1,200, hall caah, bal-f  ence to arrange.  SUTHERLAND AVENUE- House, foarJ  rooms snd pantry, front verandah, large ]  lot. 60 x 191.   $1,700, easy terms.  Listings wanted of farms sad sity property J  OSse hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Isiaraays 9 te J  1$ p.m.  British Columbia Grown Seeds  Buy your  Root, Vegetable, and Flower Seeds  Direct from the  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  A Cooperative Organisation ef Seed Growers.  Our Specialitiee i���  North Western Dent and Quebec 28 Corn  Yellow Globe Danvers Onion       Mangel and Turnip Seed  Alfalfa and Sweet Clover        Vegetablea���all varietiea  Writs st once for Catalogue and Price List to the Heed Ofice and Cleeniag  Plant. 38, MAIN STTEET. PENTICTON, B.C.  "QUALITY SEEDS  GROWN NORTH Of THE 49th PARALLEL"  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes Forming for the New Yeer  Phone for an appointment  .The Corporation of the City  ii of Kelowne  TENDERS will be received by tka]  undersigned for the erection of six or mors j  dwelling houses to ba cocetractae* under J  the "Better Housing Act" Plane end]  specifications may be seen ai tha Cou  Chamber. Tenders ta ba in before I p.m, j  on Thursday, Jan.ruy Sth, 1920. Tk*"]  lowest or aay leader aet a ease tartly  cepted.  C. H. DUNN.  Kelowna. B.C, City dsck J  December 22sd. 1919. ��.7  lUOWMjAI  AUCTIONEER  sad  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Nest to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  BICYCLE and ELECTRIC SHOP  Automobile  For Hire  H.B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phonea i Buaineaa 164i Residence 91  .    P.O. Box 22  J*7I      .   e       ���"���*��        J     Electric Toasters Electric Washers  llileCtriC    \JOOuS   Electric Irons Electric Sewing Machines  Electric Reading Lamps Sewing Machine Motors  make the most useful   gifta,     Electric Warming Pade Electric Floor Heaters  and we have a very large ...      Electrk Imme,,*on Heat'rs (dovble and single)  sortment to ahow you.  Electric Stoves  Electric Flash Lights  A New Stock of Lamp Shades in latest designs and tints  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS in ����� ���*���* ,.** ���**���*>���*�������� ��d Wco  lighting plants  Japanese Wicker Shades & Fancy Flower Baskets  0  A nice assortment of these attractive goods  ��� *  MASSEY BICYCLES  Accessories of all kinds���Lamps, Bells, Pumps, etc.  CAMPBELL'S BICYCLE SHOP  Pendozi Street (next door to Club).  '  vl*,*����*JairM

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