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 Ifatouma llccovh  VOL. XII.  NO. 6  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1919.���4 PAGES  $1,50 Per Annum  /alley Boards of Trade  Met Here Last Week  "repare   for   Convention  Boards at Vancouver  of  For the first time since 1914 the  sociated Boards of Trade of the  )kanagan met last Thursday after-  Inoon, delegates being present as  Follows : Kelowna, B. McDonald,  1 Hereron and D. W. Sutherland ;  /ernon, F. B. Cossitt and J. Val-  Jlance; Summerland, H. A. Solly  [and F. A. C. Wright; Penticton. H.  }B. Morley and J. F. Park.  The primary reason for calling  (the meeting, President Elliott explained on taking the chair, was to  .prepare resolutions to be submitted  [to the forthcoming convention of  FBoards of Trade at Vancouver. Mr.  lElliott was reappointed president  {with D. W. Sutherland as secretary,  ^succeeding N. D.'McTavish, who  (was tendered a vote of thanks for  | his past services.  ���<    Three resolutions were submitted  I by the Summerland delegates. The  } first dealt with the ferry question,  .asking as an.alternative to a free  [service that terries and charges be  I standardized throughout the pro-  i vince, and more frequent trips be  made locally.   Another asked  for  the more speedy provision of road  [ communication with the coast, and  the third contained a request that  a portion of the. provincial tax from  automobiles be given to municipalities for road upkeep.  The development of hydro-electric power in the valley, the oriental queation, the delay at Vernon in  making the north-bound journey,  Minimum Wage is  to be $14 per Week  Regulations "Apply to Female  Workers in Fruit Industry  After two conferences, one in  Kelowna and the other in Vancouver, the Minimum Wage Board of  British Columbia recommends that  the minimum Wage for every experienced female employee engaged in the fruit and vegetable  industry who is of the age of 16  years or over that age and employed on a time rate basis, shall be  paid the sum of $14 for a week of  forty-eight hours.  |t is further recommended that  every inexperienced female employes employed in the aame  industry who ia 18 years or over  shall be paid, on a time rate basis,  $10 a week for the first month's  occupation in the said industry,  $11 a week for the second month's  occupation and $ 12 a week for the  third month's occupation.   , 0  The Worren's Institute will hold  their annual meeting on Saturday,  January 3rd. A good attendance  is desired.  the provision of a highway on the  east side of Dog Lake, the need of  mail service between Midway and  Hope and the - urgency for rapid  construction of the C.N.R. branch  to Kelowna, weieall metiers covered by resolutions.  In the evening a banquet in honour of the visitors was held at the  Lakeview Hotel. A further meeting is to be called in August.  *fctJ%*A*-**ltr'si'Bh 'sa**s*s**sVA's"**i ^AAi*V."*r"V*"*ii.**bi''*ni'a''"*h''"*y''fciAAi^iA Ai*^'^* AsA'A'A^^'^i'Ara'h'A'in'il'iAis^  ^9'9'B*9i9'9'9tw'W 'trV<sS���W't*"9V'W&'tr!T't\^t\' safspaJPsav WW WWW OW <*���*** ��������- ���  lo ��ur sUmp Heat-era anb ftitntu  9 fciBfjt Mttxv  Ctjrirtma*  anti  ^Prosperous! Jteto ��ear  ftitS/^ttittlttlMlAstl ��i at'snV sfr ttttttt\Vtft\t\ttt\\ tt'tlsti til stl tfitb tClMl *W ����� *������"���*���*��� ttittlA'ttl a*r  I ���������ll**l.''L.**L>'****************'******X!C"' I-****..'"***. *W'a5,*pWw',0,C!'Ct�� CCCC'E-'C'C'F H'.*C.*B'��� "BC"?'?*  Attempt Assassination  of Viscount French  An attempt was made last Friday  to assassinate Field Marshal Viscount French, lord lieutenant of  Ireland. Several shots were fired  at the viscount in Phoenix Park  while he was motoring from Ash-  town station to the vice-regal lodge.  Although a number of bullets  struck the automobile Lord French  was not hit. Most of the accounts  agree that four or five shots were  fired, one of which narrowly missed the lord lietenant's chauffeur.  A cyclist policeman who formed  part of the escort was shot in the  foot, An automobile which was  following that containing Lord  French and bearing other members  of, the party, was shattered by the  firing and its driver was injured.  Rutland News  (From our own sr>l'rr>aIH>ndsllU.  The Athletic Club has decided  to hold another dance on Thursday, January 8th.  Ihe Methodist Sunday School  held its annual entertainment Tuesday evening, the programme consisting of songs and recitations by  the children���and, of course, a  visit from Santa Claus, who distributed gifts of candies and fruit.  The Y.P.S. elected its officers  Friday evening for the new year.  The president ia Elwood Fleming;  vice-pres., J. Bamling ; sec.-treas.,  Miss D. Turner. Discussion took  place as to the form of meetings  and it was decided that at (three  meetings out of four the usual hymn  and prayer be dispensed with and  patriotic songs substituted. It was  also decided to permit dancing at  the meetings of the society.  . The closing concert of the school  took place last Thursday afternoon  and was a very pleasant affair.  There was a large attendance of  parents and friends of the scholars.  tn addition to the programme of  recitations, drills and musics  itema given below, there was an  interesting exhibition of scholars'  work, including -manual training,  models, drawing and paper work  A collection was taken to provide  an emergency cot tor the school.  The programme was as follows  Rounds School  Recitation Franklin Stonehouse  Recitation Ethel Newman  Piano Solo Theodore Marr  Recitation   Helen Longstaff  Exercise : "Farmer Boys" s  Recitation John Stonehouse  Piano Solo Alma Mugford  Recitation Eleanor Harrison  Recitation  Dudley Fitzpatrick  Exercise... Connie Stafford & Robt. White  Chorus School  Reading... Vema Ford  Pianp Solo  Ernest Mugford  Recitation Greville Harrison  Dance Kathleen Newman  Playlet: How Jimmy Saved Pa  Duet Mias Bruce & Theodore Marr  Recitation ..........Gordon .Hall  Recitation George Mugford  Drill :...Pupila frorn Div. III.  Recitation '.��� Delpha Woolaley  Recitation George Turner  Piano Solo Evelyn Sproul  Recitation Herbert Stafford  Chorua Schr  Recitation Jessie Campbell  Recitation Donald Duggan  Piano Solo Vema Ford  Miss Mann, the school principal  left last week-end to spend the  holiday at her home in New West,  minster.  JAMES H. TRENWITH  AGENT  Tk* Electric Ihop, Kelowna  Restrictions On Liquor  Trade Off Next Week  With the coming of the New  Year, Canada returns practically  to a basis of peace. War-time restrictions imposed by order-in-  council under the War Measures  Act, will (with some exceptions)  be removed. And, in the case of  exceptions, the orders-in-councils  terminate at the end of the next  session of Parliament. The wartime restrictions which will cease  to be operative on Januaty 1st,  include those on race-track betting  and on importation, manufacture  and interprovincial trade in alcoholic liquors.  The orders-in-council remaining  in force include: Pulp and paper  control; coal and sugar control;  silver coinage; trading with the  enemy ; exportation of gold ; internment operations; greater production on Indian reserves; censorship.  Removal of the restrictions imposed by orders-in-council on the  liquor trade ends a phase of federal  action' which opened nearly two  yeara ago. Within a few weeka of  the union government coming into  power, the use of grain for distil-  ation' of liquors was forbidden.  From the last day of December,  1917, importation of liquor containing more than 21 per cent, proof  spirit was r leu. Three months  later there was a further order-in-  council passed prohibiting manufacture and interprovincial trade.  These orders-in-council are to  terminate with the close of the  present year.  Abrogation of the federal orders-  in-council does not, of course, affect  restrictions on sale imposed by the  various provincial legislatures. In  all the provinces, except Quebec,  prohibitory legislation is in force ;  and in Quebec the legislation per  mita merely the aale of light wines  and beer. There is further a federal statute in existenccwhich prohibits importation for sale of liquor  into provinces where sale in auch  province is prohibited. But, with  the close of the present year, there  will apparently be no restrictions  on importations for personal use.  Under enabling legislation passed  by "Ithe Dominion Parliament last  session, however, it will be within  the competence of a province to  have all importations into its territory prohibited.  The act of last session provides  that on the request of any provincial legislature, the Dominion Government can hold a provincial  referendum on the question as to  whether or not importations are to  be prohibited so far as that particular province is concerned. If  the referendum goes in the affirmative, the Dominion Government  will then issue a proclamation for  bidding importation.  ...501  ...480  ....454  ....436  ....424  ....404  High School Xmas Exam.  Following are the results o  f the  Christmas   examinations    of  the  High School:���  MATRICULATION CLASS  Total Marka, 1000  766  764  701  677.  6-14  604  ���>*)��  546  ..535  575  501  Florence Weeks..  49',  ADVANCED CLASS  Total Marks, 900  Ralph Ball   ..781  ..729  ..728  6R4  Isabelle Crawford   654  67,0  557  544  ..515  .,512  Angelina Mussatto  .  Kathleen Woods ....  Beth Davis   Stanley Whitehead..  George Mantle   Cicely Tutt.....  PRELIMINARY CLASS, Grade A  Total Marka, 900  Margaret O'Neill 662  Etta Murdock   614  Beatrice Harvey  ...583  Alberta Small 580  Grace McCarthy 575  Fred Aberdeen 556  Hugh McKenzie   526  Cambell Moodie 515  Arthur Packham     500  Eleanor Whitehead 484  Christine Ferguson 475  Harold Gilmore    457  Arthur Geen 454  PRELIMINARY   CLASS  (Science optional)  Total Marka. 900  Willie Birch    Howard Leathley   Harold Dore     Winnie Longley   Frank Latta          Ralph Bilton    HarryWard   Rosalie Wilson   Denis Gore.   Jean Black  Increase Assistance  To Kelowna Hospital  Government Allot $30,000 for  "Better Housing" in Kelowna  A deputation from the Kelowna  Hospital Society waited upon the  council at Monday's meeting, asking that the city grant $1000 to  cover the cost of installation of the  tranaformer for the new X-ray  machine, the light and water rates  for 1919, and a portion of the coat  of repairing the road, the balance  of the cost of the road to be repaid  by the hospital in four or five annual inatalments. Messrs. Ball,  Binger, McTavish and Ballard presented the claims of the hospital,  and after a good deal of discussion  it was decided that the previous  decision of the council in reference  to the transformer be rescinded,  and that the cost of same be charged to the electric light capital account, that no account be rendered  to the hospital for repairing the  road and sidewalk and that the  usual grant of the light and water  ratea for the month be made. The  deputation expressed their gratification at this generous treatment.  The Kelowna Storage Ltd., wrote  stating their intention to erect a  storage warehouse near the Growera' Exchange and asked permission to have a loading platform  abutting or to Water street. This  was given.  Arrangements were made to receive nominations for mayor, aldermen and school trustees, on  Monday, January 12th, between  12 and 2 p.m., and the poll, if  necessary, on Thursday, Jan, 15th.  It was also decided to hold a  public ratepayers' meeting prior to  nomination day.  The auditors' salary was raised,  upon request, to $300 per year.  With reference to the salary ot  the city clerk, the Mayor (stated  that aa he held the most important  position in the city's service, it was  only right that he should be paid  the highest salary. As one employee was in receipt of $175 per  month and another would receive  $185 from January 1st, he suggested that the clerk*a salary be placed  at $2,250 per year. He said that  during the twelve years Mr. Dunn  had been in the city's employ he  (the mayor) had been on the council, and he waa fully conversant  with the efficient and conscien-  scious manner in which the duties  of the clerk's office had been discharged.  Several other aldermen corroborated the mayor's atatement aa to  the value of Mr. Dunn to the city,  and a resolution embodying the  suggestion was carried.  Particulara ot a provincial government scheme of "Better Housing," under which the city is loaned  sum of $30,000 to provide homes  for working men (preference being  given to returned soldiers), was  aid on the table and a committee  appointed to deal with it.  709  616  561  553  544  522  504  489  486  470  Clifford Cunningham 457  Edward Small  Percy Andrews   Bert Dalgleish   Frances Anderson  Jack Buckland    Nellie Patterson   Winnie Glaister  ...  .451  ..44  .421  ..415  Application has been made to  the marine department by the  Okanagan Lake boatmen for a  lighthouse at Trout Creek point,  and another at the north point of  Kelowna. They are also asking  for a more powerful light'on Squally  Point.  The United Church Sunday  School held ita annual Christmas  entertainment Tueaday evening.  The new Empreas theatre waa filled to the doors with parents and  friends of the children, who gave  a long and varied programme of  drills, recitations, songs and dialogues, in a most interesting way.  Dominion government Hydro-  Engineer Geoffrey Porter has been  viaittng Okanagan pointa personally invesligsting possibilities in  connection with the proposed  power plailt at Shuswap Falls. The  people of northern Okanagan want  the Dominion government to develop a hvdro-electric system from  Shuswap Falls, providing power  for all points between Salmon Arm  and Kelowna. Kamloops may slso  be included) and, if found feasible,  4101 the system would eventually be  336 extended south from Kelowna to  3241 cover tha southern Okanagan.  ��' P AGB TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, December 25.191*  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term ol twenty-one years at  an annual rental of fl an acre. Not  moro than 2,500 acreB will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease muat be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of tbe district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |6, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of th* mine at the rate of five  oents per ton.  In surveyad territories the land must  be desoribed by sections or legal subdivisions of seotlons, and In unsurveyod  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by tbe applicant himself.  Th* person operating the mine shall  furnish tha agent with aworn returns  accounting for t.it full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will inolude tbe 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 aore.  For full Information application  should be made te the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to tho Agent or .sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  BANKO  BERKSHIRES  Our foundation herd contain* the  beat procurable Hcgs imported from  U.S.A.  From Gossard Breeding Estates,  Chicago���Sow, aired by the famous  Epochal Boar, aold for $10,000.  From Winona Ranch, Oregon���  HOMEWOOD LEADER 3. lat  prize at Vancouver and New Westminster. 1919 and CHAMPION  BOAR, any age, at Vancouver. 1919.  RIVER BANKS LAUREL. 16. lat  prize at Vancouver and at New  Westminster, I9l9.and CHAMPION  SOW, any age, at Vancouver and at  New Westminster, 1919.  Service of HOMEWOOD LEAD.  ER 3. $5.  Boara and Gilts for sale.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the best  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E.Perkins  Will be in Kelowna in a few weeks  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now  is  the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired.   I  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos. Ate.  Re-made Polished  Cotey  Corners  Made and Upholstered      N  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  KELOUNH RECORD  PaMieaasl evsery Thoraslay at Kakrwoa,  Brills1. Cahuoaaa  JOHN LEATHLET  Bailor and rVopnsSW  Local Scouts Column  Edited by "Wolf." Dec. 23rd, 1919  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  (1.60   par   rear;   Tie.,   all   asoataa.  Units*  Stetss IO osats axkHtkwai.  Subscribers at tha rssmlar rats sen have  estra oapsrs mailed to Mends at a dtstaam  at HALF RATE. La.. 78 nets nsr sear.  This stwrlal urivllsn   la   mated   lor   Iks  unrooss ol advertising tea eitv aad distriot.  All saheeriotloae parable fas advenes  ADVBBT18INU  BATES  I DIXIE  NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. iS osnts oh column laek osr reask.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICK8-J0 dars. IB:  00 dars IT.  WATER NOTIOIS-19 lor Ure Insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISINQ-Flrst laaartioa. 12  osnts oar lies: seek sabesonsnt Irsasrsloa. 8  osnts osr lina.  ���H.si'l.AY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two iaeees  and under. 60 esats osr Inch lirst lasartloe  nvar two inohss 40 osnts per inoh lirst In*  sertioa: 20 cent, par Inob oaok sub.saa.nl  insertioa.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -1 osnt.  per word lirst insertion. 1 esat osr word  saoh .ubaMnsnt insertion.  All ohamres In contract advertisements must  bs in the hands ot ths printer bv Toseckr  evening,  to   ensure    publication   ia   the   aeat  Seek Experiences of  Settlers in Canada  In order that the department of  immigration and colonization may  have at ita command authentic accounts of the experiences of successful settlers in varipus parts of  Canada it has decided to offer cash  prizes for letters or articles not exceeding two thousand words written by settlers in each of the nine  Canadian provinces. The articles  will be judged by a committee to be  appointed by Hon. J. A. Calder,  minister of immigration and colonization, and should be mailed not  later than February Nth, 1920, to  the director of publicity for the department. Three cash prizes will  be given, one of $75, one of $50  and one of $25, in each ofthe nine  provinces.  It iB explained that the competition is not a literary contest, the  official announcement stating that:  "Literary style, correct spelling etc.,  will not be considered essential.  Tell your Btory in your own words."  It is believed that the procuring of  a number of graphic and truthful  atories of how success has been  won from the soil in all parts of the  Dominion will do much to contribute to a future movement to Canada of the right class of settlers.  Full details of the competition  are given on a poster hanging up  in every post office throughout  Canada.  The captain, first mate, fourth  engineer, wireless operator and  thirty-nine of the crew ol the Britiah steamer Manxman were drowned when their ship foundered in  mid-Atlantic on Thursday last.  Experiments conducted by Yakima fruit by-produce manufacturers  to determine the. value in their  business of the apples that suffered  from the recent freeze have led to  the interesting discovery that the  juice from frozen apples develops  a much higher content in alcohol,  acetic acid, and sugar than do unfrozen fruit, rendering such fruit  particularly valuable for the making  of vinegar. These experiments  showed that, after being bottled  only a short time, the juice of frozen  fruit contained three-tenths of one  per cent, of alcohol, where unfrozen fruit juice contained no  alcohol.���J. A. G. in Agricultural  Journal.  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, January 8th,  1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Cougars, and alao for week  following; next for duty, Beavers.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday, January 6th, 1920, at 7 15  p.m.  Colonel Belson and Inspector  Lord haye been kind enough to  offer to give a lecture to the troop  at any time convenient. The subject of Colonel Belson's lecture will  be "Feld Sketching" and we hope  this will take place shortly after the  new year, the exact time of which  we have not yet decided.  We take the opportunity through  thia column of wishing all officers,  former members of the troop and  scouts a very merry Christmas and  a happy and prosperous new year.  In connection with the all important subject, basket-ball, we  may say that owing to the kindness  of the directors of the A. & T. Association in giving us the use of  the exhibition hall and to the  energy of certain members of the  troop in cleaning out the hall generally, we shall be able to start  practising this week. The following scouts deserve great credit for  the work done by them in cleaning the hall and making the floor  and everything generally shipshape. We wish to state that if  there are to be any special basketball advantages, they will be the  ones to benefit by them. These  are their names: John Aitken,  Ralph Ball, B. McCarthy, C. Cun-  ningham, H. Mantle, E. Groves,  James Laidlaw and Ewen Hunter.  The first matches of the season  we hope to have on boxing day, if  circumstances of the day before  will allow. On that day we intend  to have about three matches, commencing with the beginners at 2  o'clock, the matches to last half an  hour each. This will give us an  opportunity of trying out any new  playe. a and adjusting teams for  regular practice. On Monday, the  29th of the month, the beginners  will again turn out at 7.1-5 p.m.  and the "number two'a" at 8.15  p.m. On Friday practice will be  held for the "number two's" at  7.15 p.m. and for the seniors at  8.15 p.m.  If of course the weather permits,  we may have skating on boxing  day instead of basket-ball.  We are pleased to notice the  faces of two old membera of the  troop in town in the persons of  Charles and Leonard Gaddes, who  are spending their Christmaa vacation here.  -THE--  Veteran Meat Market  have  a  fine  display   of  good  Heifer   and   Steer.  Beef this Xmas, all stall  fed, from Barlee'a  Turkeys, Geese  and Ducks  at the lowest pricea  All  rBMtt delivered Xmii week  Phone 163 Cash and carry  ICE ICE  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUfc SHED  Now is the time to lay in your  supply (or next season  $1.20 perton  At Coeen'a Pond  Extra charge for delivery  Special rate for large quantity  Apply  ERNEST SNOWSELL  P.O. Box 53  or at the Pond  5-8p  Boxing Day  D  ance  AT THE  MORRISON   HALL  Friday, Dec. 26th  Mr. Barrett tt the Piano  New Decorations   Good music  Dancing 9.30 to 3 a.m.       Cents.   75c  Refreshment* extra. Ladiea 50c  Wishing all our Friends  and Patrons  Jl Happy Christmas  and a  Prosperous New Year  KNOWLES  THE IEWELER  Professional Cards  BURNE S- .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Work.  Applications for Wster Lie.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence      313  Vemon. B.C  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson oc Mantle Block     -     Kelowna  Phone 327  HERGA AMBLER $���$��*  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  HOW ABOUT SOMETHI1  FOR THE CAR?  Father, Brother, that Friend who's  taken you so many pleasant runs  thit past summer.  THEY WILL APPRECIATE  SOMETHING USEFUL FOR  THE CAR FOR XMAS  Maybe we can suggest tome small  accessory���        /  A PUMP  A TOOL BOX  A SPOT-LIGHT  Call in and aee our atock  We have something to suit all purses  VULCANISING,   GASOLINE,  0115  GOODYEAR TIRES   AND  TUBES  ��� ������������ ��������������--���'"  THE OIL SHOP'  J. W. B. Brown, Proprietor Day and Night Sarviea  To One and Jill we extend our heartiest  greetings for the Feittve Season and  but wishes for a Prosperous  and Happy New Year  OAK HALL CLOTHING CO..  LIMITED  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Fyrniuhed for all cla  of work  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Buaineaa 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Claaaea Forming for the New Year  Phone Ior an appointment  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winters  supply of  COAL COAL  i  Harness and Harness Repairs,  That is our business and  we can give you good aervice.   Call ���  and see our new atock of Work Harness.   It ia good value.  Bring Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time savos good money  to tha wiaa farmer. <  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE  REPAIRING.    We have just added a Shoe Repairing Department, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to us.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  Flour Expected to go Higher  Lay in your supply of PURITY or ROBIN HOOD  at $5.50 per 98 lbs.  Car of high-grade Feed Flour just in.   Try this  mixed with bran or shorts for stock  or hogs, it makes weight.  Strictly No. I Timothy Hay, per ton $45.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  Free City Deliver* kursday, December 25,1919  KELOWNA  KBCOKO  PAGB THBEK  1/ ��������� tiMirtxo     II  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND  CUSTOMERS  MOST CORDIAL  CHRISTMAS  GREETINGS   AND    KINDEST  WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR  MSSfiS  S^a) Qn<--^L(rcal Sp fcoLg-j-a) G5[gpD G^cS-a  g) [gig] ' ksgaSi***] ���"^gBto'H'g'^^M  Wishing all our patrons and  friends a Merry  Christmas  THANKING YOU FOR YOUR  PATRONAGE DURING THE  YEAR   THAT   HAS   PASSED  Trench's Drug Store  The Independent Meat Market  Messrs. Powick & Newman have a very fine show of  choice quality  Beef, Mutton, Lamb & Pork  and all kinds of Poultry  LOCAL TURKEY AND GEESE A SPECIALTY  The Prices are right  Our motto: "Weight, Quality, Civility and Good Sarviea.'  Phone 268  Ellis Street  J. F. Burne waa a visitor to Vernon last weekend.  F. W. Groves went down last  week to the coast, on a business  trip.  Tom Duggan and Floyd Faulkner  went down laat week to Vancouver.  E. L. Cross was a visitor to the  coaat last weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Andrews  left laat Thursday (or Springfield,  Mass.  Mra. R. J. Sproule went down  laat week to Vancouver where her  husband is seriously ill.  Manager H. Slater of tha Growers' Exchange left Monday for Los  Angeles, Cal., to join Mrs. Slater  who went a few weeks ago.  Mrs. J. H. Harris went up to  Sicamous Saturday to meet her  mother and sister who have just  arrived from England.  Several of thc school teaching  staff left Saturday for their various  homes to spend Christmas. Miss  Wood and Mis* Bell went to New  Westminster, Miss Page to Mission,  Miss Daviea to Dewdney, and Miss  Caldwell to Greenwood.  Mra. Annie Reekie was the recipient of an agreeable surprise on  the occasion of her 84th birthday  last Friday, when the Women's  Mission Circle bf the Baptist church  presented her with a certificate of  life membership in that society, as  a mark of their esteem. A bouquet  of flowers accqmpanied the gift.  About twenty ladies were present,  with the pastor, Rev. W. F. Price,  and a pleasant hour waa spent in  muaic and conversation.  Donations to the Kelowna Hospital for November are ai follows:  A. L. Cross, 2 sacks potatoes, sack  beets, sack carrots; Ladies Aid, 6  jars jam and fruit; W. H. Fleming,  2 sacks potatoes; Mr, Cross, ��j,  cases tomatoes, 100 lbs. sugar; Mrs.  C. A. V. Butler, chicken; Hector  Johns $6, J. Hubbard $2, Geo.  Whelan $25, Kelowna Sawmill  $50, G. Evans $5.  G.  M.  Stanley  !5, Alex Berard $2.50, G. H. Cross  5, J. Rowcliffe $15, Geo. Rowcliffe  25, A. E. Hill $10, C. E. Weeks  6, G. Moubray $4, St. George's  Lodge $25, J. N. Cushing $5.  Miss Dorothy Graham was a  passenger Saturday to Princeton.  Dr. Stevenson was a passenger  to Vancouver Monday.  Miss Hunter left Monday for  Calgary.  It is stated a big tourist hotel  will be built at Coquahalla on the  K.V.R.  Miss McNaughton anal Miss Una  DeHart went last Saturday to spend  a few days at Eatonville, Wash.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor and  family left Saturday for Vancouver  where they will apend a few weeka.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh and son  were visitors from Enderby over  last week-end.  Service will be held in the Baptist church at 11 o'clock Christmas  morning.  Miss Margaret Clarke is spending her Christmas vacation with  her parents, arriving from the coast  Saturday.  Fifteen carloads of applea are to  be shipped from the Okanagan to  Glasgow.  A petition has been circulated  during the week to have the present ferry wharf rebuilt at a aafer  distance from the C.P.R. landing.  The annual Sunday School tea  and entertainment is to be held in  the Baptist church on Friday evening, January 2nd. A programme  of unusual interest is being prepared for the amusement of the young  people.  Special Christmas service will be  held next Sunday evening at the  United church, when music will  be rendered appropriate to the  occasion. Solos will be rendered  by Mrs, E. D. Braden and Mr.  Drury Pryce.  The mild weather which has  succeeded the cold snap is very  acceptable and has been of great  assistance to Christmas shopping.  The stores have been more liku  the old-fashioned Christmas this  year than for many years past and  business has been unusually brisk.  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. R. J. Snowden from Calgary  arrived a short time ago and is  visiting his sister, Mrs. Rawlina.  Mr. Alex Reid left on Saturday  for Regina where he intends spending his Christmas with relations.  Mrs. A. Hardy left on Monday  for Vancouver for a ahort holiday.  Miss N. Grummett and her sister  arrived last week from the prairies  and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grummett.  Mr. Challoner who has bought  the Seon property, moved in a  short time ago.  Remember  your    Wife    or  Sweetheart likes  Chocolates  as wall as you do a cigar.  Gat her a box of them from  Alsgard's  A suitable Gift for the Gen-  tlemen is a  Box of  Cigars  Wa hava theoi in boxes eon.  10,25 or JO  They are sure to please  For Christmas Confectionery, Oranges,  Nuts, Bananas and  Grape Fruit, Xmas.  Stockings & Crackers, etc  Our Tea Parlor  is where you meet  your friends and enjoy a hot cup of Tea,  Coffee, Chocolate or  Cocoa. Make it  your headquarters  Wa are hat* to please  "SERVICE FIRST"  Winter ft Chapin  Stamp your personality  with  Chocolates  from Alsgards  It is a sign of  Good Taste  Our  Chocolate  Department  is complete with (ha  belt makes  Neilson's, Lownay's, Moir's,  Ganong's. Paterson's and  Newport  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that R. A. Bartholomew  whose address is Okanagan Mission, will  apply for a licence to take and use one  quarter cubic feet per second of water out  of White Pebble Spring, which flows North  West and drains into the ground on District  Lot 358, Osoyoos Division. Tha water will  be diverted from the stream at a point  near the North West corner of District  Lot 580A, and will be used for irrigation  purpose upon the land described as the  West 22 acres of Sub. Lot 5, District Lot  356, Osoyoos Division. This notice was  posted on the ground on the 26th day of  November, 1919. A copy of this notice  and an application pursuant thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  oflice of the Water Recorder at Vemon,  Objections to the application may be filed  with the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Watar Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, EC., within fifty days  after the first appearance of this notice in  a local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice is November 26.  1919.  R. A. BARTHOLOMEW, Applicant.  2-6p  VETERAN  vulcanizing  Works  We Repair *  Any TIRE or TUBE  that is repairable  Our guarantee is good.   Try us.  G.  LANE  A 35-year veteran  O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave,, Kelowna  To one and all  A Jolly, Merry  Christmas  DARK, The Shoeman  iKttto, Lite mi Lei Live  Real Xmas Goods  A USEFUL 'Present Is always the most acceptable  Fur or Wool.Robes & Rugs  Leather Cuffs, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks     Suitcases     Club Bags  We have an excellent range of theae gooda at all prices  /"*    s. 1   Ql    *    1        Ba ready to enjoy the snow  Uutters and oleigns .���,, ,un) ��� ,��� good .ccoum  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone ISO  Have You S  Our Store ?  It ia really   weli  worth  your  while to step in  and take a look around.   Some  of  the finest  Beef, Mutton, Veal,  Pork and Lamb  ezer  shown in Kelowna is on display for the  festive   season.     Also a great display of   fine  Turkeys, Geese,  Chickens, &c.  We still have a large supply on hand of theae  and can guarantee the quality.  HAMS and BACON, FRESH FISH.  ��� SAUSAGES. POLONY, &c.  Call and have a guess at the weight of the big  Christmas beet and perhaps win the turkey.  Casorso Bros.  Phone 178  The Sanitary Meat  Market  ��ur <@oofa IK&fjes;  for a real  olMme  Jfflerrp Cftriatma*  W. iK. Parker & Co  1 PAGE FOCI  KXEOWSS.   atECOM  Thursday, December 25,1919  ��  1  I  1  a  $$8ESi  The Season's Compliments  to all our friends  We thank you for your patronage  extended to us during the past  yeara and promise you our  best endeavors to serve  you in the future.  D. D. CAMPBELL  New Year's Dinner at Palace Hotel  Dinner will be served on New Year's Day from  12.30 to 2 p.m., and from 6 to 8 p.m.  PLEASE MAKE   YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY  Adults $1.25 Children under 15, 75c  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  SPECIAL HOUDAY BOOKING  CHRISTMAS DAY  "Three Men and a Girl"  Presenting Marguerite Clark  See why these three men  first hated  women and then  hated themselves.  And a first category comedy : "Skidding Through."  One Show Only at 8.15 Admission 20c and 35c  Friday and Saturday, 26th & 27th  The great Anita Stewart  ���    in    ���  "Mind the Paint Girl"  Here's your chance  to  see the  stage  girls  behind the  scenes, on the stage, and climbing to fame and fortune.  Two fine comediea are also included in this fine bill.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee Saturday at 3.30, 10c and 25c  '      (All children attending  this  matinee  will receive a FREE  TICKET to the Special Matinee Monday, December 29th)  Monday & Tueaday, Dec. 29 & 30  Rose Mary Thaby  in the dominant aerial  "The Mystery of 13"  Full of thrills, novelties, electrical  effects, underseas photography.   A atartling new baffling mystery  "The Home Town Girl"  A feature comedy in five parts showing  many absurd positions a girl can find herself  Evening 7.30 and 9 ��� Admission 15c and 25c  Special Matinee Monday only af 3.30  Wednesday and Thursday  Grand Show for the New Year *>  Charles Ray in  "The Sheriffs Son"  Supported |by  a fine cast  taken on the great plains of the  west.   Also a startling comedy: "Scared Stiff"  No advance in price for this new year ahow. -See it.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admiaaion 15c and 25c  COMING:  "The Red Lantern" and "Back to  God's Country."  Book ahead for theae two specials  -  THE  -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  23 acrea, 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  wrlls on property. Located on  Vernon road, opposite Ellison  school houae. Price $8,500 cash.  Indefeasible title. For further particulara apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commission on the aale of Gty Property.  Slam Girl fights  Roughs of District  Anita Stewart ia shown in practically two characters in "Mind the  Paint Girl," a Firat National feature which will be shown at the  Empress Theatre on Friday and  Saturday.  First she appears as the little  slum girl, who sweeps out her  father's shop and runs errands and  does anv handy work to help  make ends meet for her parents,  who are very poor. As the shop  girl, she is shown in more or less  ragged calico dreases, with her  hair hanging down her back and  hats of impossible styles. Ignorant  and untutored, yet ahe has a strong  heart and battles her wav among  the roughs of the neighbourhood  who are very much in love with  her pretty face, and try to steal  kisses as chance presents itself.  Full of ambition to get out of  the sordid neighbourhood and to  . i the better things of life, she  takes the opportunity of her father's death to move. Then ahe  applies for a place on the stage.  After much discouragement ahe  linally gets a place in the chorus.  Then through the accidental spilling of a bucket  of  paint she gets  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  CANARIES, good Rollers and Yorkshires  for aale. Singers, or selected paira. Mra.  Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Ave.       4tf  FOR SALE, $13,000, the houae of CE.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Measre. Mantle It Wilson or other agenta  or owner. ' 6tf  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mere, alao one-year-old bay  horae colt, white atrip on face, white  feet. Both branded with email D on  left front foot Rewerd for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANING-Work wanted office  and houae cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483      Sp  MISCELLANEOUS  TO RENT, new 5 roomed Bungalow, fully  modern, atable and ' chicken house,  Apply Okanagan Loan and Investment  Trust Co. 2tf  WANTED to buy, good Orchard, will pay  caah. Give all particulara in firat letter.  Box C, Record Office. 5.6  NOTICE���Any pereon found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the proper  tiea of the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. The Central Okanagan  Landa, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4-11  USED CARS : Ford, with electric start.  er, $625: Overland, $600; Chevrolet  $775; Chevrolet, $450. All guaranteed  good order. Caah or terms. M. A  Alsgard.  Car F6r Hire  ��� (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  The Standard Oil Company is to  spend $8,000,000 on extending  and improving its plant at Richmond, Cal.  With the view to building a box  factory to take care of all the requirements of the district [in that  line the Summerland Lumber Co.  recently purchased a site near the  K.V.R. station to which a railway  spur will be extended. Tha company has not yet decided just when  they will begin the work of building the new factory.  an inspiration, and suggests the  song "Mind the Paint" to a composer. She ia given the opportunity to sing it and makes the hit of  the season.  Then as the famous music hall  girl and the world at her feet, ahe  is presented in beautiful gowna of  every description, gowns that  every woman will want to study  to aee the lateat in styles and the  perfection of their artistry.  The Corporation of the City  of   Kelowna  TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned for the erection of six or more  dwelling houses to be constructed under  the "Better Housing Act." Plans and  specifications may be aeen at the Council  Chamber. Tendera to ba In before I p.m.  on .Thursday, January 8th, 1920. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted .  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  December 22nd, 1919. 6-7  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  TO   ONE  AND   ALL   WE   EXTEND  A   HEARTY  CHRISTMAS  GREETING  AND  BEST   WISHE5  TOR  THE  NEW   YEAR  *  P.  B.  WILLITS ��t CO.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door, to Poet Office  MANHATTAN BEACH-4-room Bungalow and lot, only $1,200. Indefeasible  title.  LAWSON AVENUE-Two-atomy House.  5 rooms, electric light and water laid on  pantry and. store room, garage, hold 3  cara, good Iroat-proof cellar, 5 bearing  fruit treea, lot 50 x 150.  BERNARD AVENUE- -Two-storey house  fully modern, 8 rooms, collar, henhousea  bearing fruit treea, grape vines, lot 68-ft  frontago, nine-tenths or an acre, $7,000,  half caah balance to arrange.  RICHTER AND WOOLSEY (corner)-tot  65x150.   $800, on terma.  HARVEY AND RICHTER (corncr)-3  Iota, I55.7J x 140. $1,800, half caah,  balance to arrange.  LAKE AVENUE-Two-atorey Houae, 8  rooms, with full basement, furnace  heated, open fireplace in dining room,  half-acre lot, $5,500. Cash $2,000. bal.  ance to arrange.  BERNARD AVENUE-Two-atorey house,  8 rooms, with atore cellar at rear, built  above ground. Six bearing fruit treea  and fruit bushes, ox.   $2,750.  BURNE AVENUE Woodlawn Subdivision. House, 2 rooms, woodshed, chicken house, concrete foundation, 24 x 26.  3-ft. Wall, 8 inchea thick, i bearing cherry treea, quite a lot of small fruit. No  city taxes. Indefeasible title. $1,500, half  cash, balance to arrange.  STRATHCONA AVENUE 8c Lakeshore  Two-atorey house, 5 rooms, kitchen,  bath and pantry, fully modern, open '  fireplace in living room. $3,800, $2,000  cash. An ideal home, beautifully situated.  Listings wanted of farms and city property.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  It is announced that the Canadian National Railway ia planning  a tranacontinental flyer over the  government railwaya which v. ill  aurpaas anything on the continent.  G.W.CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Gooda  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna,  ��<"w'S>S^\��-'��/^^<^^^\*N<'\<^'\J"i.^%rfN/%^��,^^/V\^V  CAMPBELL'S  BICYCLE and ELECTRIC SHOP  Electric Goods  make the most useful gifts,  and we have a very large assortment to show you.  Electric Toasters  Electric Irons  Electric Reading Lamps  Electric Warming Pads  Electric Immersion Heat'rs  Electric Stoves  Electric Washers  Electric Sewing Machines  Sewing Machine Motors  Electric Floor Heaters  (dovble and single)  Electric Flash Lights  A New Stock of Lamp Shades in latest designs and tints  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS in*u'����� <���* ?tor��*,hou��* ���** D��lco  j . lighting plants  Japanese Wicker Shades & Fancy Flower Baskets  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).  :-^=���~::  ���" ���������>��������< "'"''��� -*" -

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