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 iCoWKaVHB^l  VOL. VIII.   NO. 33.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JULY 6, 1916.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Promotion Lists of  Public School  New Arrangement of Classes  for Next Term  'lhe names on this list ure urmngeil  alphabotioa}lyf not in order of merit.  DIVISION II.  I'Vnu Jr. IV. Header to Sr. IV Render  Willie Andrews, flora Hull, Carrie  Butt, Hugh Brunette, Gilbert Clarko,  Kathleen Crowley, Beth Davis, Robert  Downing, Pearl Downing, Bessie Duggan, Graham Evans, Leonard GaddcB,  Hazel Graham, Nellie Jonos, Dan McMillan, Jessie McMillan, Effie Neill,  Dick Parkinson, Willie Thomlinson,  Honry Tutt, Ralph Weddell, Lizzie Wilson, Hazel Williams.  DIVISION HI.  Sr. HI. Reader, A. to Jr. IV. B.  Erancer Anderson, Donald Balsille,  Jeannie Blaok, Charlea Copeland, Isabel Copeland, Violet Ddlon, Dorothy  Graham, Jaok Groves, Bessie Uuug,  Muodonald Knight, Ivy Luwb, Raymond Laws, Winnie Longloy, George  Mantle, Leslie Mawhinnoy, .Nelson Marshall, Terry North, George Aimer. Jack  Parkinson, Elossie 1'atterson, Earl  Raymer, Mary Ritchie, Claire Row-  cliH'e, Margaret Sanders, Erank Sink-  inson, Alberta Small, Myrtle Swerdfager, Bessie Thompson, Ronald Todd,  Cicely Tutt, HiB Webster, Stanley  Whitehead. ...  DIVISION IV.  Jc. lit. Reader A, to Jr. HI B.  Winnie Andrews, Ralph Bali1, Arthur  BruncUc, Robert Burtch, May Burtoh,  Alice Byrne, Ettic Clement, George  Clement, Faddy Crowley, Ralph Cox,  Minnie CurtB, Mabel Davis, William  Day, Hilda Duggan, Mabel FiBher,  Doris Hunstone, Ewan Hunter, John  Krimmer, Howard Leathley, Arthur  Ludlow, Hugh McKenzie, Eddie Pettigrew, Grace Robison, Willie Sanders,  Edward Small, William Stewart, Robert Stillingfleet, Mary Stuart, Bella  Teeter, Reggie Weddell, Earl Wilson,  Gordon Wilson, Rosalie Wilson.  DIVISION VI.  11. Reader to Jr. Ill A.  John Aitkin, Carl Brunette, Murtha  llurnside, Chirley Chambers, DorotUy  Cramp, Denis Gore, Teddy' Groves,  Wealthy Grigg, Audrey Knox, Katie  Krimmer, Charlie McMillan, Mary McKenzie, Wallaoe Meikle, Charlie Rioh-  ards, Ruth Rowclille, Jack Ryder,  Muriel Snashall, Jean Swerdluger,  Ronald Weeks, Reba Willits.  II. Reader to Jr. UI. B.  Bertie, Adams, Leonora Butler, Muriel Dillon, Winniired Dibb, Hector Duggan, Cecil Duggan, Victor Fowler,  Archie McLoughry, Jessie Paisley,  Cyril Weeks.  DIVISION VU  Sr. 11. Reader to Jr. HI. B.  Willie Akeroyd, Peroy Andrews, Cyril  Askew, Kathleen Campbell, Jim Cham,  Bruce Colquette, Lois Copeland, Mildred Cox, Mabel Graham, Jack Harrison, Lily Hoare, Harry Hubbard,  Maude Kincaide,. James Laidlaw, William Loftus, Harry Mantle, Kenneth  MoKinley, Alice Ryder, Merriam Small,  Patricia Stuart, Margaret. Sutherland,  Bertha Thompson, Elwin Williams, Wo  Leong Chow.  Jr. II. Reader to Sr. 11.  Bessie Anderson, Jack Butler, Robert  Croft, Louise Cunningham, Rebecca  Frost, Lily Hill, Vera Hill, Dorothy  Marty, Marguerite Millie, Alice Palmer,  George Sutherland, Ellis Todd, ���Winni-  fred Tutcher, Florence Webstor.  DIVISION VOL  Jr. II. Reader to Sr. 11.  Frances Ba'.lis, Janet Clarke, Helen  Faulkner, Rupert MoLonghry, Ada  Poole, Florence Ryder, FranoeB Tread-  gold.  I. Reader to II.  Leslie Adams, Eva Blackwood, Bern-  ice Blackwood. Alice Clement, Alex.  Corbett, Harold Cunningham, Annie  Curts, Una DeHart, Eddie Dillabough,  George Elder, George Ellis, Minnie  Ennis, Robert Ennis, Clifford,Graham,  Lydia Hawes, Mary Hill, Willie Longloy, Bertie Marshall, Helen Mawhinney,  Ralph Mawhinney, Frances Patterson,  Irene Parkinson, Mary Sanders, Flor  ence Snashall, James Sutherland, Dorothy Thomas, Lillian Webstor, Russell  Williams.  DIVISION IX.  I. Reader to II.  Irene   Cooper,    Roy Duggan, Harry  ���>   Gorman,,     Gordon    Haug,    Elfrirrlo  Knipple, Billy Knowles, Gordon Meikle  Jack    McKenzie,    Murray    McKenzie,  Jean    Rowcliffe.    AgneB    Thomlinson,  Frances Trench, John WilliamB.  H. Primer to I. Reader  John Baillie, Margaret Burtoh, -Rosie  Burnside, Hedley Craze, Winnie Craze,  Margaret Gore, Dan Hill, Etna Knip  pie,    Muriel Marshall, Fhillipa Oliver,  Amy   Powiok,   Robert   Ritchie, Mary  ���   Stitlingfloet, Doris Seeley, Erioe Seeley,  Emily   Tuoker,   Annie   Taylor,   Dora  Wilson ..  DIVISION X.  I. Primer to II Primer.  Alfred Alegard, Claire Brunette,  Kathleen Criohton, Eugene Colquette,  Harry Campbell, Alma Cooper, James  Dunn, Donald Duggan, Mured Gagnon,  S Provincial Elections  Fixed for Sept. 14 i  Thu dates of ihe forthcoming provincial elections havo  now beon dolinitoly fixed.  NominalioDs will-take place  on August 3rd, and tho  election will be held on  September Mth. The unusual length of time'ibotween  nomination and election  days is to allow for the  taking of the votes of the  soldiers on actxvo service.  Referendum votes will ulso  bo taken on tho questions  of Woman .Suffrage und Prohibition. The period for  voting on these two questions will, in the case of  the soldierH, be extended to  tho end of December.  Rutland News  (From our own Corro8Dond*ut.)  Mr. W. H. Fleming returned lust  week from his visit to tho prairies.  Mr. (Everett Fleming came hack Tuesday from his school at t'oulmont, ifor  the auinmer holidays. v  Private George Longstaffe returned  Monday to Vernon alter a few days  leave. Mrs. Longstaffe accompanied  him. thoy having rented a homo there  for tho present.  ' ���>   ��   ��   ��  The l'egular monthly meeting of the  Women's Institute will be held next  Thursday evoning at 7.30, on the lawn  at the home of Mrs. W. Gay. Labor-  saving Sunday dinners, summer ���drinks  and cool desserts will be demonstrated  by Mrs. Mugford and other members  of the Institute.  Last Thursday afternoon and ovening a strawberry nnd ico cream social  was held in the Presbyterian church  grounds. There was a good crowd  out and the afternoon was pleasantly  s|>ent in games and fun generally. In  the evening a short programme was  rendered. Refreshments with strawberries and ice cream wero served and  thoroughly enjoyed by all.  #   #   #   *  The Methodist Sunday Sohool ' held  its annual picnic yestorday afternoon  on the banks of Mission creek. Although stormy in the morning, ithe  weather cleared up in the afternoon,  nnd the youngsters had a good time���  and their olders too. A feature -of  the sports was a baseball game between tho married ladies and the married men, which caused no little amusement.  STRAWBERRY    AND   IOE    CREAM  SOCIAL TUESDAY NEXT  If you are fond of a good feed of  strawberries and ice cream and a geu-  eral good time, you should make a  special note of the date of Tuesday.  July the 11th. On the evening of  that day you are invited toattend a  grand strawberry and ice cream festi  val-und lawn social which will be held  on thi lawn of Mr. W. B. Pearson,  Ethel Stroet, north, beginning at (7.30  under the.auspices of the I. 0. G. T.  Two good prizes are being offered to  tho ones who guess closest to the  weight of a huge cake, and the number of beans in a jnr. Evory ton  cent purchase will entitle you to a  guess on each.  Local Ladies Form Volunteer  Reserve  The Kelowna Ladies' Volunteer Reserve, which was organized a couple of  weeks ago, will meet for drill at 7.30  this evening. This interesting body  of recruits is at present going through  the regular drilling, and will, later  take up ambulance work. The officer  commanding 'is Capt. -lenny Stephens  tho other officers being Lieut. Mae 'Wilson and Sergt. Mabel French.  Interesting Local Wedding  A quiet and pretty wedding was aol-  omnizod at noon on Wednesday,  .July  ."ith,1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.  A. Hunter, Pendozi Street, when their  daughter, Ruby Margaret, was united  in the holy bonds of matrimony to  James M. Mrydon of Victoria, by the  Rev, .1. 0,  Switzer.  The'bride, who was given away by  her father, entered the prettily decorated drawing .room to tho strains of  the Bridal March from lrfmengrins,  played by Mrs. Leslie Dilworth. The  bride i looked charming in a gown of  white crepe-do-chene, trimmed with  shadow lace and with conventional veil  ind orange' blossoms, and carried a  boquet of white roses and fern. She  was attended by her twin sister, MisB  Annie Hunter, who made a lovely  bridesmaid, attired in a gown of  crepe-do-ohene, and carried pink roses.  The groom was supported by Private  Evans Hunter, of the 172nd Battalion  C.E.F.  After the ceremony a dainty breuk-  fast was served in the dining room,  the decorations being white shasta  lilies and ferns.  The happy couple left on the afternoon boat, tho brido wearing u smart  costume of saxe-blue garbadine, with  hat to match. After a tour of the  Wenatchec and Walla Walla Valleys in  Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Brydon will  make their home at Royal Oak, near  Victoria, B.C.  The groom's gift to the bride was a  pearl "and diamond brooch, to the  bridesmaid, a pearl and emerald pendant, and to the groomsman a pearl  stick-pin.  Tho out of town guests rtvero Miss J,  Brydon, of Victoria, sister of the  groom, Mr, and Mrs. Qlen Ives, of  Armstrong, and Private A. 0. Anderson, of tho 172nd.  The bride was the recipient oj many  pretty and useful gifts, testifying to  the esteem in which she is held.  Okanagan Ambulance  League Monthly Report  Kelowna Volunteer Reserve  At an adjourned meeting of the  Kelowna Volunteer Reserve held on  monday evoning lust after drill, it was  unanimously decided to allow the executive consisting of Mrasrs. Jones  Crawford and Dennison, to retire from  their positions for the present, or until greater interest is taken in the  movement, and turn the entire charge  of tho drill and management over to  Sergeant Chaplin.  Sergeant Chaplin, although recalled  to Kamloops, has made arrangements  to remain in Kelowna ns he expects to  obtain his disoharge from the militia  on'account of ill health. This will enable him to continue drilling anv men  who desire instruction.  Tho executive regret being obliged to  tako this, step, but feel that the movement which has done so much for thc  town in the past is no longer looked  on with favor by the people of Kelowna.  The lacrosse boys went up to Armstrong Saturday last to play the  toam thero, but were unfortunate  enough to get beaten by 7 to 5, making a win sofar for each team. Three  cars of the boys and their supporters  loft Kelowna at 5 a. m., returning tho  same'day, and tho thanks of the team  aro due to Messrs. T. Bulman, A. Day  and H. Renwick for theirpleasunt trip.  The next game will probably lie in  Kelowna during the Regatta.  The usual Churoh of England service  at East Kelowna on Sunday afternoon  next is postponed as Aroh-deacon  Greene is taking part in thc parade  sorvice and consecration of colors at  the Boy Scouts' camp at 3 o'clock.  Bessie Hawes, Constance Knox,' Alan  Lloyd-J ones,, Jean MorriBon, Eleanor  Palmer, Katherine Black, Margaret  Corbett, Joe Elder, David Marty,  Edith Taylor, Raymond Webster.  Receiving ClaBB to I. Primer  Martin Akeroyd, Betty Criohton, Or-  vel Curts, Ethel Duggan, Joan Gore,  Nioholas Krimmer, Leonard leathley,  Marion Meikle, iBabel Murray, Lillian  Oliver, Audrey Oliver, Walter Porter,  Walter Sinkiiison, Earl Swerdfager,  Georgina Stuart, Edney Tuoker,  Iwamataa Yamaoka, Kujomatsu Yam-  aoka.  ... t   2.80  .Misa Birdie Thompson    .80  Mr.. Bees    . ...     5.00  Mrs. McUarrity    ...      1.00  Sale of needle protectors ...   50  Krlimrm Women's InBtituto      25.65   50        1.00        6.05        1.00  ....     5.00  Jr. It. A. I'ense     i 15.00   00   40       6.00  JJrs. L.  E. Taylor          5.00        1.00  MrB. Mcl^nren    ...     3.00  Motor drivea to Mission ....      2.20  1'rot'ueds oi "Importance oi  Be-  94.05   ��173.75      84.25  Balance on hand from May  31.57  ....   120.07  | Disastrous Fire Sweeps  City of Ashcroft f  Fragmentary messages from ft  Ashcroft state that last  night a disastrous fire swept  the town, entirely destroying a large section, particularity on the east side,  which is said to have been  almost entirely burnt out.  Two hotels, the government  building, and a largo number of business and residential blocks are included in  the conflagration. Communication is at present cut  o&V  Municipal Accounts  The following articles have ,been sent  away during the month: 23 pyjamas,  100 manvtailed bandages, 240 small  pads, 3 helpless shirts, 80 "T" bandages, 90 nairs of sox, 30 knitted face  cloths, 15 personal property bags, 28  complete surgical kits, 5 pairs of operation stockings, 11 shirts, 10 pairs  of bed so. . 55 slings, 80 handkerchiefs,  ;S body binders, 7 nurses pockets. 10  bed pan covers.  We wish to thank Mrs. McLaren   for^' j' iw'jlay Balury        90.00  0 pairs of sox, and a Enend 3 pairs of'i  Un account of lack of space tho following accounts were loft < over from  last week.  S. D. Colquette, May salary ... 1135.00  E. Fowler, May aalary    100.00  J. L. Wilson, May salary        95.00  F. Varney, May salary       81.50  F. Freeman, May Salary      81.50  G. H. Dunn, May salary     150.00  F. V. Royle, May salary      100.00  sov,    and the Steam Laundry for all  the washing they so kindly do for us'A,  tree of charge. i j\  We also wish to thank Mr. and M  Soames and members of the company  in "The Importance a��_Being Earnest"  for the large sum of 8212.05 which has  been handed'Over to us from the performance of this piny in March and  the present month.  IG  W. Thomas, May Salary-   ...   105.00  E.'Naah, May salary       60.00  Swainson, May salary     80.00  Balsille, May salary      70.00  E, Weddell, May salary  .��� 57.50  W, Sa'bine, May salary    ..+    90.00  D.    Hookham, hauling sawduBt  for May      75.35  H. Maidment, goncral work       4.25  i\ Coffee, general work       8.00  A. R. Davy, scavenger's salary   125.00  Dr.    Keller, |office rent for May    15.00  F. M.    Buckland, police office  rent for May     25.00  Petty cash for May     24.31  C.   Ambrogio,    work at I'ower  House       1.50  F. W. Jutsam,   .   do    28.50  C. Ambrogio, payment on wood  Report for-the year ending July, 1916  Contributions  July, 1915  $   52.10  August  M    126.20  September  ,.     53.95  October     255.20  November      87.35  December   ...   217.90  Innuary, 1916     247-60  February     67.00  Murch     266.75  April   109.75 |   account  ��� 364.50  May      38-05  Mux Jenkins k Co.,     do.        ... 500.00  ,]une  ��� 175-05 jo. A   Westerby, refund of light  Total for 'year  $1697.60 '   and watw Sua���ntee deposit      8.50  Amount spent on mnterial   1571.53 Dominion     Kxpress Co, express  ��� !   charges on trunk of records...     2.32  Balance on hand  126.07 okanagan Telephone Co., May    j    rentals    and 1. d. tolls ' 21.25  The following articles have been sent G. H. Dunn, refund of disburse-  to headquarters during the past year:      ments at Vernon, re C. N. R.  1890  surgical dressings,  1631  surgical |    Suit  ...     37.55  pads,    2230 bandages, 790 manytailed  R. McDonald, legal fee, re 0, N.  bandnges, 232 "T" bandages, 845  towels, 934 pairs sox, 180 on oration  stockings, 77 pairs bed sox, 400 knitted face cloths, 16 pairs of m'itts, 3  pairs of cuffs, 4 pairs of knee caps, 21  scarves, 32 nurses' pockets, 60 body  binders, 1755 small artScloB {tray  cloths, pillow slips, etc.).     102 shirts, '  R. vb. City    210.00  A. Mepham, work at cemetery      4.00  W. Olegget, work on sewers       2.75  ���las Scott, inspector of electricity, fees for inspecting meters 109.00  C. P. R., freight      1.22  E. R. Bailey, postage stamps for  assossmtnt notices       35.00  Garden Fete at  Okanagan Mission  Large Gathering Attend Pretty  Event in Aid of Red Cross  New Egg Marks Act Is Now  In Operation  THE RED CROSS  The following vera, a were handed in  alone with n subscription to the local  Ited Cross Society.  Once    on a time,   exactly   when,   'tie  rather hard to Bay,  A   goodly   seed   by   love   was   sown,  which bagra rich fruit today.  Tho   little   aeed   became a   tree   with  branches far und wide  Dispensing   its   life-saving   fruits,  and  turning death aside.  'Twas Love that sowed the little seed,  'tis love that makes it (grow.  True love   begetB self-sacrifice, as   all  true lovers know.  And   this; tree    thrives    on sacrifice,  though none would call it loss,  Tho   tree is' known in every land, by  all, as the Red (tosh.  A    nickel here and two mote there, a  dime some other place,  "Two bits" from one and "four bits"  more, the dollars grow apace;  A pieco ol linen, cotton, wool,   some  thread and needles too,  Spare   moments   and   a skil ful hand,  what wonders thoy will do!  If    ever there was need of It,  there's  need of it to-day.  The good it has already done no one  can ever Bay.  Hut   listen to the imploring cry that  ...   each day grows more loud,  tree!    Oh   save   us   from   death's  "The   Red Cross tree! The Red Cross  shroud."  135 suits pyjamas, 30 sheets, 4 help- City Park Restaurant, meals for  less    shirts,    127    slings, 69 personal     prisoners      2.00  property   bagB, 77   hot bottle   covers G. Markham, cleaning ollice and  2 pairs    ward slippers, 3525 handker- [   police quarters    12.00  chiefs. Commercial Livery and Trans-  |   fer, teaming          1.00   O .1. L. Doyle, agent, premium on  on    insurance policy covering  cleotrical   Btore house     24.50  W. H. Cullin, King's Printer, I  volume Bills, 1916        1.45  C. C. Snowdon, fibre grease ...    10.00  Black Mountain Water Co., Ltd.  The Egg Marks Act is now In force,1   wood pipe for cemetery     71.50  and it  is  up  to poultry keepers  and  Okanagan Loan k Investment  others to observe ttl provisions. I* Co., chairs for Eire Hall       7.50  Under   this   Act, the receptacles in  D. Leckie, general supplies      69.17  which eggs are offered for sale   must  W.'R. Trench, stationery 75  be marked in letters four inches E. Bigger, supplies for park ... 1.80  high.      In the case of Canadian fs.'iI8 Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.,  the mark must give the province   vud \   packing     13.35  grade, as "B.C. Fresh," or "B.C. Cold W. R. Glenn, 1 trunk and rope ...6.25  Storage." In the case of foreign Kelowna Courier, stationery ���- 24.00  eggs, the country of origin must be S. M. Simpson, repairing saws .80  Bhown, as "U.S. Fresh."      The co����b Palmer k Rogeraon, plants for  of eggs sold in case lot.B n^ed not be'   park       12.00  marked,    but immediately the case is Morrison's fldwo., supplies      11.64  opened it becomes a receptacle in which Drp. Knox k Campbell, profess-  eggs are offerod for sale.     All preserv- '   ionat services       2.00  ed   eggs    must   be stamped with the h. 0. Blair, general work         2.75  word    "preserved" on eaoh individual  A most delight:ul entertainment in  the shape of a Garden Fete, in aid of  the Red Cross, took place on Friday  afeernoon laBt in tho grounds of Mr.  and Mrs. Walker, kindly tent by them  for the occasion.  'lhe main feature of the programme  given by the school children was a  series of old world and fairy dances,  for which the charming garden lent an  ideal setting. ...   ���  The stage "curtain" wae a novel  arrangement deserving special attention. It consisted of a row of fir  trees set in the lawn, and at a given  signal, nnd to the great amusement of  the audience, these walked stately to  the side of the stage, allowing the  performers to dance through, and  closed up ugain whem each particular  item wus ended.  An exceedingly pretty fantasy was  the "butterfly Flower Dance," where  the two little butterflies, in pale yellow dresses with) mauve and silver  gauze wings, flitted daintily among  the hidden flowers, waking them to  life and color us they did so. The  next treat was a dance by maidens in  (lowing Grecian robes, who moved in  gruceful postures,in and out with gar-  lunds und ropes of flowers, making a  charming picture.  The last and most elaborate of all  was a set of 18th century scenes in  costume, where the minuet played an  important part, and was dunced with  delightful stutelincsB and charm by  the little ones, lt'is unfortunate that  each of the twelve beautiful dresses  cunnot be separately mentioned, as  there was an elaborution of careful detail worthy of it. One in particular  wus especially noticeuble, tho coat und  breeches being in u soft shade of  eau-de-nil, with ruffles ot real Irish  point (specially lent for the occasion)  at' throat and wrists, und a waistcoat of handsome Indian embroidery  in heavy gold lace, a black'velvet hat  with sweeping white ostrich feather,  gold buckled shoes and silk stockings.  Another in delightful color harmony  with 'thia was m mauve with waistcoat of deep vieux rose satin, white  silver buttons, a mauve hat with plume  of deep purple, which was well .set off  by the white wig tied with black velvet ribbon. Tho ladies dress to cor:  respond was,in shell-pink satin, softly  draped with fine lace and with panniers  of delicate muslin in an old world  design.  The programme consisted of :  Flag drill and song. i  Sailors' Song and chorus.  Butterfly and Flower Dance.  Grecian Maidens' Dance.  Scenes from Olden Days.  The National Anthems of Belgium,  France.'Russia and Great Britain, the  two former being sung in French by  the pupils.  The visitors numbered about 250,  and among them were His. Worship,  the Mayor, and the Yen. Aroh-Deacon  Greene, who heartily congratulated and  thanked Miss Jardine and her pupils  for a most delightful entertainment.  The Mayor, in tho course of his address, laid great stress on the crying  need of a new school.  Other attractions of the Fete consisted ot stalls which were artistically  decorated in a scheme of pink and  white, and picturesquely Bituated in  various parts of the grounds, and a  very popular spot was the tent of  "Mme. Chiero," the colebrated palmist  and clairvoyants, who laid bare the  mysteries of the future beforo an appreciative clientele.,  The financial success of tho .afternoon  was in great measure due to the generosity and kindness of the merchants*  and all thanks are due to them, and  to all kind friends who holped in various ways to make the fete the success  it was.  Gross receipts-  $134.15  Exponses       17.65  Balance  116.50  The balance was handed to the  Mission branch of the Red Cross.  egg, and this applies equally to the  eggs put down by the ranchers in  water glass and the eggi from China.  " Let me see, now," said tho minister at the christening, dipping his pen  into the ink to record the event, "is  not this tho twenty-seventh? " I  should say not," replied the indignant  mother; "fo is only the ninth."   O ���  "Flubdub'B home seemi had'y neglected."  "Well, his wife iB interested in j.tison  reform, better roads, pure [imJiUo* ond  clean playe."  Max .lenkins k Co., teaming for  olectric light department      38.00  Max    Jenkins k Co., payment  on wood contract     126.00  Max Jenkins & Co., payment  on wood contract  '.    483.00  0. K. Lumber Co., Lumber land  hauling    sawdust     36.75  Cnnadina Consolidated Rubber  Co.,    supplies for fire dept,...     4.04  Imperial    Oil Co., power house  supplies      16.83  Kelowna    Sawmill  Co., lumber  and hire of team  ,���....*   74.35  Everything comes to the man who  advertises while he is watting.  One inch of rain coming down on a  single Acre of land would fill more than  600 barrels of 45 gallons capacity each.  In some of the', small streams in the  interior of Honduras there is a peculiar small fish whose eyes protrude  above the surface of the water, serving probably as an insect hunting  periscope.  I. S. ChamberKn, general work 3.75  T. Lawson, flags   29.00  Harry Dillon, watering streets  and Vrces during May     117.7fi  Garlock Packing Co., packing... 17.64  Kelowna Carriage Co., repairs  to water wagon  2.00  W. Haug, power house supplies 1.90  Dominion of Canada Guarantee  & Accident Insurance Co.,  10.00  Canadian   Municipal    Journal,  subscription     6.15  -l-  --- PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  THUBSDAY, JULY 6, 1916  KELOJtiNH RECORD  Poblrjfe��d ,vwy ThurooWy at K��Wwn��,  Mil* Cohabit  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  w&*  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  par    year;    76c.    iii    inonthi.  11.5(1    iter    year;    76c,.    iii    months.   United  State* SO c��uta additional.  AH ���ubioriDtiona payable in advanoe  Subscribe" nt the retrular into can havo  Mini paoern mailed to Iriendi at a dlatanc*  at HALF RATE. i.o.. 76 centi per vear,  ThiM Hiwcial priyitoK* ii granted for the  purpuue n( nil ver tin inn tt:e ��*ilv  -.ml district,  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC., '..6 cents Der column Inch nor week.  LAND AND TIMBEIt NOT1CES-30 dav��. $*'  tit)  dave  17.  WATHIt  NOTICES- 19 for five insertions.  LEUAL ADVEHTIKING-Firit insertion. 12  rents tier line; each subsequent iottertion. 4  centu   per  line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  Der word firat insertion. 1 cent per word  each siibaeuuent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inohei  and under. 60 cents per inch first insertion  over two inches 40 cents per inoh first Insertion: 20 cents uer inch each subsequent  insertion.  All chanues in contract wIvertisemeutR mux  be in the hands of the printer bv Tuoaduv  evening  to   ensure    publication   in   the   next  Clover and Alfalfa Seed  The following letter from Mr. 11. 0.  English, tin) chief soil and crop instructor Under tho provincial Department of Agrioulture, has just been received by the secretary of the; Kelowna  Farmers' Institute, and is sufficiently  self-exnhumtory. Should any farmer  lie desirous of taking advantage of  the otlcr, and harvesting a crop of  clover or alfalfa seed, (hoy should  communicate at once with Mr. II. L.  Dalglish, the secretary, in order that  an early reply can be sent to the  Department.  Dear Sir:���  In view of the ever increasing demand for clover and alfalfa seed in all  pacts of tlie province, the scarcity of  first-class seed of these crops, and |Lhe  consequent high prices prevailing, we  are considering the advisability of  purchasing a clover and alfalfa thresher and huller this summer. This machine to ho shipped about tho nr'"  ince at the expense of.the Department  and operated in any districts where  fields of * clover or alfalfa have been  saved for, seed, a nominal rnte per  bushel being charged to)defray operating expenses.  Usually the second crop of alfalfa or  clover is saved for seed purposes.  Hence there is yet time this year for  any farmers of Jour district who wisr*;  to keep a part of their orop for seed/  to do so.  Would you kindly make a few enquiries and ascertain lhe approximate  acreage of    the above   crops in your  NO ALUM  Weather Report for Jone  Mux.  Min.  Itmnfiill  ' III1U  Temp.  Tumi)  in inc  1 ....    43    ���    68 ...  >)  3  ���17      (17 ..  4 ....    47      61 ..   06  5 ....    43      61 ..  Ii ....    48      66 ..  7 ....    3D      74 ...  8 ...    46      72 ..  9 ....    53      66 ...  10 ....    4H     04  11 ...    38  ...    41    ...    72 ...  12 ....  7(1    76 ...  13 ....    43,   11 ....  16 ....    51      85 ...    89 ..  in ....    54    17    88 ...  18 ....    74 ..  Ill ....    ;);>       65 ..  �� ���-  ,  52      63 ...   .-)��     7(1 ..  00    54      73 ..  ���2.1 ....    71 ...  24 ....    53      74 ..   ill  25 ....    53      (ill ..   08  2fi ....    5fi      55      66 ..    74 ...   60  27    ...:..44    (il ...   11  2!) ...    46       15    .... 66 ...  :io ....    67 ...  Sums  Moans  1467  48.0  4122  70.73  1.84  A t'aliforniun is the inventor of a  tough glass hood for automobiles that  permits     a    man  to watch  Ins engine  hile his car is running.  district which would be saved for seed  this year in the event of our purchasing such a machine. Advise us as  mon as possible re this matter, and  state in your reply whether or not the  farmers of your district would appreciate a move of this mature.  Yours very truly,  H. 0. ENGLISH,  Chief Soil and  Crop Instructor.  Whiffs of Manhattan  Breezes  By Our Special Camp Correspondent  Wonder what Cliff wants spark  coils for ?  Grandpa Ferrier is down as our  chaperon.  J. B. K. moved down after dark  ���wonder what's wrong ?  Miss McLaughlin and Miss Corbett are visitors at Mrs. Rowcliffe's.  Master Davis scalded his leg  badly, necessitating the doctor.  Harry says he prefers his wife's  fist in his eve to the hammer  handle.  Mi3.Dclli.rt and Madame Rogers  paid a friendly visit to the camp  Tuesday evening.  Say, Billy Lloyd Jones, you  should have seen your lent taking  a trial flight by itself.  Mrs. Meikle was a visitor at the  correspondent's camp, and longs  to be back at dear old Manhattan.  An organized search party is  to look for worthy J. W.'s stove  pipe. He insists the wind blows  from the south.  Our palatial residences are being  installed with electric light, and a  telephone pay station is to be provided. We'll provide our own  water I  Prince, our beach mascot, took  possession of Mr. Renfrew's auto.,  and the chink respetJid his teeth  so much, he couldn't summon  enough courage to put the tarpaulin  on.  We are not without the khaki, as  we have an AI sample wilh our  friend W. B. M. from ldlelown  camp���pants fit like the boots our  soldiers used to get.  Geoige R. is a good sport. He  pulled Bob out of the rvud. It  seems he must be Irish judging  from his capacity for buttermilk.  The creamery is doing a large business in buttermilk for the folk al  Shamrock Villa are imbibing.  Detu1 Editor:   Will you kindly tt>ll tne  the present six best sellers.?  Tlie present six best sellers are  clothes for women, booze, clothes ior  j women, bread, tobacco, nnd then more  I clothes for women.  Special Prices  on Summerwear  at Richmond's Cash Store  Ladies' Strap Slippers, in     Prints and Ginghams,  at  odd sizes-pair        - -       $1 (per yard)   ....    12��c  Ladies' & Children's Stock-  -   Great Reductions  ings at  A few Tents left, in small  Men's Working Boots, in  large sizes, at     - - ���       $1.95  sizes. This week    - One-Third Off     Men's Running Boots, in  Sandals for Boys and Girls  Reg. $1.75 and $2.  -     $1.25  Black or Tan.   Reg. price  is  $1.50 pair.  Our price is - - -   $1  Sizes  up   to   size 2.  Special Cash Price  Extra Specials in Misses'  Boots and Slippers  Reg. $2.50.    Special Cash Price -    $1.75  Reg. $2.   Special Cash Price       -   $1.50  It's a good  time  to buy  Boots for the Whole Family  With advance in the cost of leather our  Special Prices enable you to buy at less  than wholesale prices���while our present  stock lasts.  Visit the Cash Store and Save from 25c to 50c on the Dollar  Richmond & Co. Cash Bargain Store  KELOWNA  J  Orders for  Local  Scouts  -m phcparcd-        KELOWNA  TROOP  Troop First:    Self Last!  The wook ending July 15th will be  Hjwut in camp. The general events of  which were announced in last week's  column. The Scout Flag arrived from  tho const this woek, so we are now  able to state dolinitely that a service  for tho consecration of our Colours  will be hold at the camp on Sunday,  July i)th. at 3 o'clock.  Wo hope thut by the time we go to  camp, nature will have Jinished her  weeping, and we think that there will  hardly be any moisture left in the  clouds by then. A Vancouver officer  now in the camp at Vernon, remarked  the other day, that while it mtight  "rain" there (at Vancouver) soma-  times, they had to come up hero to  Had where it "Hooded." Do not forget  your bathing suits though, in caso we  have to rely upon them us our constant uniform, and each scout would  also bo wise to bring some rending  material with him.  Tim daily routine orders show that  nearly an hour each morning is set  apart as "free to patrols, in bounds/'  and Patrol Leaders and Seconds are  expected to take every advantage ol  this time for some definite work .with  their own patrols. Plan out your  work beforehand. There are thirty-  one Tenderfoots in the troop who  should be Second Class ScoutB, so  there is lone Held of work. Let us see  what initiative our leaders have.  ...A prize of the value of $2 has, been  offered by the Troop for the best ten  out of' twelve photographs of the  camp to lie taken by any scout, and  we expect strenuous, JRnpetition. The  films will all be developed by Scout  Master Keown, and the pictures are to  become the property of the troop.  Scout Master i Thomas was unfortunate enough to burst a blood vessel a  short time ago which has necessitated  his going down to Vancouver for an  operation. We wish him a quick and  safe recovery, and are very sorry that  his misfortune may prevent him from  being with us at camp.  Remember that all parcels for camp  may be left at Mr. Mantle's office,  whose launch will leave town for camrp  daily, except possibly Sunday and  Thursday, at about 4 o'clock in the  afternoon, Also that all mail posted  in acare of the Scout Camp will1 lie  plated in Mr. Mantle's box and thence  taken to Cedar Creek.  Some scouts in practically every  troop in Canada have either won or  are planning to win the special "War  | KBLOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows :  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���   Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY"  Leaoes Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaoes Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone 108 or Phone 100  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, order  the  BEST;  the cost  is just the same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  holdorr at Vernon.  IN THE MATTER o! the Estate  oi  James Moiklo Ritchie, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all creditors and others* having claims  against the estate of the said James  Moiklo Ritchie, deoeased, an required,  on or before the 16th day ol.luly,  1916, to send by post or deliver to  Catherine Nialson Ritchie, oi Glenmore,  Kelowna, B. C, Administratrix oi tho  estate, their full names, addresses add  descriptions, with full particulars ol  their claims, statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them. AND  FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after  such above mentioned date, the said  Administratrix will proceed to distribute the estate of tho' deoeaaed among  Ithe parties entitled thereto, having  regard only to the claims oi whioh  she shall then have notioe, and that  she will not be liable (or the said  assets or any part thereof to any person or persons of whose claims notioe  shall not have beon received by her at  the time of such distribution.  Dated at Kelowna, B. C��� this 16th  day of June, 1916.  CATHERINE NEILSON RITCHIE.  Administratrix for the said Estata. i  80-M , |  The Bombs Thrown From  Some interesting particulars concerning the size and power and general  character of the bombs dropped during the Zeppelin raids are zuppliod by  the "Scotsman." The incendiary  bombs are comparatively light missies.  They are torpedo shaped, have & east  iron casing and their total weight is  about 15 lbs., while the radius of the  danger area on explosion in the open  is about 100 yards. Two kinds have  been found. One containing a magnesium star mixture is two feet long  with a width tapering from five inches  The other containing some phosphorous, but chiefly filled with, thermit and  star composition, iB only fifteen inches  long with a width tapering from ten  inches, and having at the narrow end  a calico streamer. This latter type  is raoro vicious,in i,ls action than the  other.  There are also two kinds of high explosive bombs, and they vary in  weight from 100 to 140 pounds, or  from slightly under to considerably  over a owt.. each. The commoner or  hoavier of tho two is spherical in form  and over a foot in diameter. In the  open the radiuB.of the danger area is  600 yards. The casing is either cast  iron or cast steel, and it contains about 50 lbs. of trotyl, The dimensions  of the lighter high explosive 'bomb  are approximately two feet in length  by one foot, tapering to about three  inches, with a thin steel case, and gun-  metal, vanes on the fqse. It probably  contains about 60 lbs. of trotyl, and  in the open the radius of the danger  area has been estimated at about 400  yards.  Service Badge," and wo therefore give  particulars of what is required to obtain it. The badge will be granted on  the1 recommendation of the Soout Master, approved by the commissioner, to  all scouts and scout officers who havo  performed or shall perform before thu  end of the war, 28 days Special Voluntary Service, for the Naval, Military  Police and other Publio Authorities,  and private societies and individuals  of at least three hoars per day  An allowance, for rations, not c*  cneding 40c. per day, does not disqualify.  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by  up-to-date  machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  ���f �����������������������������������>.l��H��..��..��..t.,<..t..>�����������.>..��..��-.��M<|..��^J>  **    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  *��       BUSINESS CAUDS      **  ���#�������������� ���mmi.>�����.jtjni!>!������������� qui ��mi tyitn������n��i  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.O  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  E. G. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willit'8 Block-   -   Kelowna, B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed hia teaching classes and will  receive pupils as before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  F. W. GROVES  M. Con. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Report, on Irrigation Work.  Application, for Water Liccn.e.  KELOWNA, B.C.  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  1 ENTIST  P. 0. Bole IM 'Phoaa on  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��< BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  iiigs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Crepe Tissue  Toilet Paper  We have just received a  large shipment of this i pa-  ppr, which is of a very fine  quality. The price in rolls  or flats is  TEN CENTS  and is a good buy as the market price is advancing rapidly  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna, B.C:  NEW  MADE  Furniture  REPAIRED , OLD  Hive  your Furniture made to  your own design.   Call and  talk it over  Awnings, Screen Doors  and Windows  1 am making a Screen Door that will  neither sag or warp, and ia made to  last, priced at $ 1.90 up.  I have a few doora of a cheaper line  equal to the best factory doors, at from  $1.50 up.  Manufacturer of Sash Doors, Furniture  Fruit Ladders, tke.  REPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  One dooriouth of Firehall.   Phone 312  We Buy Chickens;  and Ducks  BEST PRICES PAID  The City Park Restaurant  Abbott Street    ���    Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  Ail kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eitirniteo Furnished for all clauea  of work  JAPAN RICE  6c per lb. (the superior quality)  RICE BRAN  l^e per lb. Tan economical food for  the chickena)  The Japanese Store  Leon Ave., Kelowna   \  NOTICE  Clydesdale Stallion  'ACME KING'  will atand (or aervice each  Thursday, Friday, and until  Saturday Noon, at  Leslie Dilworth's  Vernon Rosrl  Terms: $20, to insure  J. BOWES Owner THURSDAY, JTO/Y6, 1916  KELOWNA   RSCOID  PAQ15 THBEE  Summer Dresses Speci-  ally Priced -  $5.75  "VY/^ direct  your  attention  ' to the remarkable val  ues in Summer Dresses offered  this week at this special price.  These consist of the newest  designs in voiles, and come in  the latest styles      -      $5.75  New P. C Model  Corsets   -   $1.95  '"THIS model will be appreciated  for its value and style. A shor'  corset, with elastic gussets in front,  made of white coutil and has four  suspenders        - -        ���    $1.95  if   limi reo    ~  Phone 361  Kelowna  Ensure the Quality of Your Preserves  By Buying Your Berries Direct  From the Grower  I am offering to supply the following if  booked before the 5th  of June, for cash on delivery���  Strawberries, in 5-lb. boxes 10c par lb.  Raspberries, per crate (crate to be returned) $2  Black Currants  10c per lb.  Delivery in town at door within a few hours of  being picked,  as soon as preserving  season  starts.   Berries can also be supplied earlier in the season at market prices  L. E. TAYLOR     - ���      Bankhead  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  PRINTED BUTTER  WRAPPERS  There have been heavy demands for these lately. Our  Special prices, which include Parchment Paper and Printing with Ink. which will not wn, remain the same.  Wanted  Buggies, Democrats  Single Work Wagons, Double Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  ���  Miss Mcintosh came in yesterday from Armstrong.  Mrs. Newby left this week to  visit her son in Alberta;  The Women's Institute are holding a picnic in the park this afternoon.  Mrs. H. T. Mcugens and baby  went down to Vancouver Friday  on a visit.  Pte. Geo. Royle was in town  last weekend on a visit to his brother.  Miss Birdie Thompson leaves today for a visit to Iriends in Vancouver.  Miss Katie Lloyd-Jones and Miss  Conlin were visitors to Summer-  land Wednesday.  Lance-Corp. Raymer was in over  the week-end, together with many  other boys of the I 72nd.  Miss Mabel French left Monday morning on a holiday at Olds,  Alberta.  Mrs. H. C. Jenkins returned on  Saturday from a visit to her par-  ents'at Mara.  Mr. J. E. F. Wanless and family,  of Fort William, Ont., are visiting  their farm at Rutland. Mrs. Wan-  less is a sister of Mrs. J. W. Jones.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Merchants' Association is this  month taking the form of a dinner  to be held to-day at 1 o'clock in  the Palace Hotel.  Miss Herkins, of the Rutland  school, and Miss Borden, a visitor  frim Grand Forks, left Saturday  for Halifax, N.S.  The annual church parade of  the local Lodge of Freemasons  takes place on Sunday morning.  Service will be held in the Presbyterian church, conducted by-the  Rev. A. Dunn.  Mr. Whiffin is al present engag-  ed in ptttting the finishing touches  on and tuning the handsome rrrgnn  erected in the English church, and  expects to have it ready by theend  of the month.  There was the usual general  exodus of the teaching staff Saturday. Miss Caldwell left for Kingston, Ont., Miss Jenkins for Yarmouth, N.S., and Miss Wentzel,  Miss Gilchrist and Miss Thompson,  for Vancouver.  The members of the localOrange  Lodge have arranged to hold their  annual church parade next Sunday  and will attend the Methodist  church. Visiting brethren and all  members and asked to meet at the  Lodge room at 6.30, from which  the parade will start.  The name of Serg. H. C. Stilling-  fleet appeared amongst the lists  last Wednesday as having died of  wounds. Serg. Stillingfleet was at  one time a well-known figure ih  Kelowna and many of the older  residents will hear of his death  with genuine regret.  The Boy Scouts left this morning  on the " Orchard City " lor their  camping ground at Cedar Creek.  They looked very smart and well  ordered as they passed the office  on their way to the wharf. During  their stay in camp Mr. Mantle's  launch will make a trip each day  to carry mail, &c.  The thanks of the Baptist Sunday school teachers and scholars  are tendered to Mr. and Mrs. J. E.  Reekie for their kindly hospitality  shown to the achoofon Saturday,  when the annual picnic was held.  The Reekie home is an ideal spot  for such an event, and what the  elder folk missed by not descending into the beauty spots of the  ravine, they made up in hearty  aughter at the programme of  sports, the most notable event of  which was the foot race for " senior  ladies." Altogether a most pleasant  day was spent by all.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  Mrs. Knight and her son Mack  left Saturday morning for the coast.  Mrs. L. Richmond and family  arrived this week from the coast.  Mr. John Hill left Monday on a  a business visit to the prairie.  Pte. Harry Williams was here  lor a few days' leave last weekend.  A large number of Kelowna and  Okanagan Mission residents made  the trip to Vernon Saturday to  see the play put on by Mr. and  Mrs. A. L. Soames.  Mr. J. F. Beckett, of Regina, who  owns property in Glenmore, is  spending a vacation in the valley,  visiting at the home of Mr. J. M.  Vint.  Mr. Hunt, of Winnipeg, brother  of Mr. R. E. J. Hunt, of Glenmore,  spent Thursday and Friday of last  week in the valley.  The Rev. E. D. Braden, who  succeeds the Rev. J. C. Switzer as  pastor of the Methodist church,  will arrive with his family in Kelowna Friday.  There was an unusually large  crowd of people on the wharf this  morning to bid farewell to the Rev.  and Mrs. Switzer and Mr. and Mrs.  H. D. Riggs, the latter going to  Winnipeg.  There has been the customary  migration of Kelownaites this week  to their summer resorts on Manhattan beach. As might be supposed, many amusing incidences  occurred during transit and these  are likely to be added to as the  camp continues. Amongst those  at present under canvas are: Messrs. Renfrew, Millie, Calder, Davis,  R. Morrison, Ferrier, J. W. Jones,  J. Rowcliffe, W. Lloyd Jones, and  Knowles, together with their respective families.  The Dominion Day attractions  at Armstrong and Penticton drew ���  many Kelowna people to the latter  place in particular. A special ex-  curt-ion was run from Kelowna  south via the s.s. Sican ous, ana  though the weather was not so,  fine as usual quite a iaige number  took in the excursion. Picnic parties could also be seen in most of  the popular spots.  Amongst the passengers by  Monday morning's boat were Miss  Fullerton, late of the public school,  who is returning to her home in  Amhurst, N.S., Miss McNaughton  of the high school, who is on a  holiday tour east, and Miss Honeywell, who is returning to her home  in Boston. The party will travel  through the States and visit several  of the points of interest.  The local Baptist church loses  two valued and greatly-esteemed  members this week, by removal, in  the persons of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.  Riggs. Mr. Riggs came to Kelowna from Vernon some four years  ago, and was for some time interested in the Kelowna brickyard in  company with Mr. Clement, afterward going into the dairy business.  From the first Mr. Riggs associated  himself with the Baptist church  and from time to time occupied  the pulpit, also conducting services in the surrounding districts. On  Monday evening a large surprise  party visited his home and bid  farewell to the couple whose warm  heartedness and kindly dispositions have gained a large circle of  friends.  AUCTIONEER  1 have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering  business, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implement! and Household'Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal. It means  better results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should see or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195,  Kelowna, B.C.  Residence at  GLENMORE  THE LAKEVIEW HOTEL  UNDER NEW FIRST CLASS MANAGEMENT  REASONABLE RATES TO BOARDERS  Mra. E. J, NEWSON �� ������ -- Proprietress  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type,  WQa&ls  *jf?&n(f@ will take extra large pieces of  *y&r~S�� wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  McCormick and Deering  Machines give Satisfaction  McCormick Mowers, 41 ~ 5-ft. cut  Deering Mowers, 4t -  5-ft. cut  One Horse Mowers, 3��-ft. cut  McCormick Rakes, 8 - 9 -  10-ft. cut  Deering Rakes. 8 - 9 -  10-ft. cut  Hay Tedders, 6 - 8-ft. fork  Knife Grinders  Machine Oil  We have the goods in stock  and can make immediate delivery  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock of local  and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES : I'AGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECOBD  THURSDAY. JTJLY 6, 1916  WANTED! )  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE, Piano and Rowing Boat. Apply P.-o. box 257. 29t(  TO BENT  GOTTAGE TO RENT or> Abbott Strict  facing lake. Commodious, three bedrooms.   Apply \1 **t.tl<r & Wilson.    25tf  TO RENT, one of Kelowna's beat homes,  furnished, on Bemaul Ave., fur $20 pei  month. Also 5.roomed house on Wilson  Ave., for $10 per month. Apply W. H.  Fleming. 31 tf  SITUA1 IONS VACANT  GlftL WAN TED, to assist with houseworl  mid cure of children, Apply 1, Record  Office. 27if  COOK WANTED for cottage near lake,  or Young Girl to make herself generally  useful. Apply Record Office (or address.  32-3p  COOK WANTED [or Canadian Club.  Apply for particulars giving refer-  oneeK and stating wages required to  the Secretary. I1. 0. Box 576.       33  CAUETAKRR.��� Applications nre invited for tin' position of caretaker  at tho Aquatic Pavilion until September I "ttli. Applications, stating  qualifications will be received up to  Jujy 12th by the BecrXary. II. (1. M  Wilson, ollico ivr\(  door to the Post  oaice. 33  SITUATIONS WANTED  WAN TED, garden or other work. Several days weekly in town. Apply box  M, Record Office. x  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO EXCHANGE} 160 acre  of land in Saskatchewan. Property  fenced, running water, good tram-  portfttion, part plowed, fair build  iogs, for small fruit farm. What of  tars,   Apply Box 264 Kelowna,    46tf  FOR HIRE.-LARGE ROOMY, FIVE  passongiT automobile nt current late.  Apply II. B. Burtch, 'phono 180.  22tf.  FOR SALIC OR I3XCHANGE.-160  acres at South Okanagan. Have  clear title, free from nil encumbrance,  taxes paid up. Would sell cheap for  cash or exchange for Battle. Apply  P. 0. Box 251. l-tl  TO LET.���10 acres orchard, 10 years  old, in good Condition with house,  cool house, afod outbuildings. Also 5-  roomed houso to rent on Pendozi St.  with stable Apply H. H. Millie.  uovernment telegraph omc.fi.       19tf.  WANTED, small acreage for garden land.  Must be cheap, easy terms. M. McCun-  nin, General Delivery, Calgary.       32-6p  EXCHANGE. Ten-acre, 12-year-old orchard in beauty spot of Summerland  house and buildings. Will exchange  for similar proposition in Kelowna district. I need a change -so do you. Ap.  ply Record Office, Kelowna.        32-4p  POTATO DIGGER-Now. Owner will  accept low price and easy terms,  Apply Pox P., Record. 33-5  Ladies    Wishing   to   Order  SP1RELLA   CORSETS  can meet  MRS. J. H. 'DAVIES  in  Room  No.   1.  Oak Hall Work, between the hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  on Saturday    of each week, or    a��y  EAST   KELOWNA POUND DISTRICT  Government House,  Viotoria, 30th May, 1916  Present; His Honour, the Lieutenant-  Governor in Counoil.  Whereas by an Act respecting pound  listricts it is enacted that the Lieu-  enant-Governor in Council may by  Order-iu-Council made publio in the  British Columbia Gazette, constitute  ��ny part of the Province of British  Columbia not within the limits of a  municipality into a pound district:  And whereat under the provisions of  this Act application haB been made to  constitute the following portion of  Township 26. of OsoyooB Division of  Vale District, viz., the west half of  Section 11, Section 10, east half of  section !'��� east half of Section 10, that  art of Sertion 15, lying south of  Mission Creek, and that part ofSeo-  ion   14, lying west of Mission Creek,  pound district:  And whereas notice of intention to  constitute such district a pound district was given in accordance with the  requirements of the Act, and following  such notice objection was made by  certain proprietors within the propos-  d pound pistrict:  And whereas a further notice was  published requiring a majority ol the  roprietors within the proposed pound  listrict to forward a petition request-  ng that the proposed pound district  be constituted:  And whereas in response to the latter notice, forty-seven (47) persons of  the total number of sixty-seven (67)'  persons qualified to sign .the petition  avo signified their approval of the  application:  And whereas the Act provides that if  he petition of the majority of the  proprietors be forwarded to the Hon.  .The Minister of Finance and Agriculture, then in such case the proposed  pound district may bo constituted:  On the recomendation of the Hon.  'he Minister of Finance and Agriculture, and under the provisions of the  'Pound District Act."  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor  pi British Columbia, by and with the  advice of his Executive Council, haB  K'cn pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the above district  East    Kelowna)    be     constituted  a  The Corporation of  The City of Kelowna  .NOTICE is hereby given that the  lirst sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision . for the purpose of hearing  complaints against the assessment for  the year I'.Mil as made by the assessor^  and for revising, equalizing and correcting the Assessment Roll of tho  City of Kelowna and Kelowna City  School District, will be held in the  Council Chamber, Kelowna, on Friday  August 11th, 1916, at ten o'clock in  the forenoon.  All anneals, stating grounds for  same, must be made in writing and  delivered to the Assessor at least'ten  clear days before tho first sitting ol  the Court of Revision.  Dated at Kelowna, B. 0., this 23rd  davf of dune, 1916.  G. II. DUNX,  33-38 City Clerk.  A Photograph of  Yourself or of the  Children would be  a pleasant surprise  for the old foll^.  Your friends can buy anything  you can give them-except your  photograph  McEWAN  'Professional 'Photographer  Studio  Rowcliffe Block, next door  to Post Office  Dressmaking  Mrs! McEWAN  Pendozi Street      -       Kelowna  . HA . i  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right, of tbe Dominion  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewaa and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion o!  the Province ol British Columbia, may  be leased for a term ol twenty-one  years at an annual rental ol $1 an  aore. Not moro than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which tho rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory, the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub-  divisions of sections, and, in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be' staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be aco0m  panied by a fee of 85 which will be  refunded if the right applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh  returns shall be furnished at least once  n year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  N. B. ��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not bn paid for.  ound district.  THOMAS TAYLOR,  Clerk: Executive Council.  30-34  Preserving  Strawberries  10c    per   pound Delivered  Drop a post card to  L. E. TAYLOR, Bankhead  Furniture Prices are Advancing Week by Week  and when our present stock is exhausted you will have to  pay for your furniture needs at a very much highter rate  WE SHALL SELL AT THE OLD PRICES  until replacement of stock compels us to impose new prices  We are Selling Linoleum  at Less than Present  Wholesale Prices  and this represents only one instance. Buy Now, and get the  advantage.  Kelowna Furniture Company  < When using n  WILSONS  ^  FLY PADS  --     READ   DIRECTIONS  Jfc     CAREFULLY AND  ��1 '-���;   FOLLOW THEM/  f  "\0    EXACTLY/  Far more effective than Sticky Fly  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  Druggists and Grocers everywhere.  Here is a woven hose���called Nero���that can't  kink���and so can't crack inside and soon spring leaks  from water pressure. The cover and lining are made  by a secret compound discovered by Goodyear experts.  It is extra-tough and best repels attacks from water,  wear and weather. Fierce forces that make average hose  "bake" and crumble, have little effect on Nero hose.  Good|Sear  u MADfcW CANADA  INero        Reliable  Goodyear Reliable Garden Hose is made by  wrapped-fabric construction and excels all other  hose of this type.     One reason is this���the  fabric edges are stitched together���not just  stuck.  The cover and lining, like Nero, outlast all ordinary hose.  ftfr,     Yet the pricesarelow���due to quantity production.   You can pay less, but you'll have  to pay oftener.    You can pay more, but you  can't get more.  Call or telephone for prices. Then say  goodbye to grief that's caused by lesser  hose.  IS  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna     \  Tommy���"Mamma, have go .mar-en ies  legs?"  Mom   "of course not, Toon.iv.'*  Tommy���"Then I've swallowed a caterpillar."  *i>  BISCUITS!  Christie's  Canadian  Biscuits  We have them in at last, and  you want them.    -  1�� They are on display in our window, showing some of the many  varieties.  ^ Christie's Biscuits are the Best  Canadian Biscuits.  *& 30 cents Per Pound.  The McKenzie Co., Lcl.  Phone 214 Our motto: " Quality and Service'  3  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.     Delivery prompt.     Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES /- - - Managing-Director  ''Wtun- father rode old Dobbin, he sat  upon hia load.  And frowned on every ohaulfeur, who  wanted half the road;  When father got his auto, hia feelings  seemed to switch,  He glared at every horde he mot, unless it took the ditch!"  A strange woman entering the  church had gone to the wrong pow.  Nervously the young usher approached  her..  " Marden me, padam, but you are  ocoupewing the wrong pie. Allow me  to sow you to another sheet."  -  m  F^^^mwt^tS  ���J5'������"    <H^  By   dSl\    Vay  WI      y\jJT    \    Chic Indeed!  ���  ��� U/ttS  <!  i          1      Are the new model C/C  \         1     a la Grace Coreeta.  \ \       1     "Natural" waist line and  *->       1    higher butt are  the  1   vague.  *         |   Come in and  ��ee the  1    new model*.  I    Our expert oonatiere  m     will fit you.  ISiM'  I  i  /    Thos. Lawson,  \    M       Limited   : jt


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