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 t&\iayi*A  ^VoXow��  ifctotomt  OftlA  ;.^OR. *..*���>*  VOL XI. NO. 43  Girls' Rest Room  Opened This Week  Object is Welfare of Visiting  Women and Girls  The development of the canning and evaporating industry in  Kelowna, necessitating as it does,  ths presence in the city each yssr.  for two or three months, of large  numbers of women and girls from  the coast and other points, hss  created the need of some mesns of  providing for the welfare of the  visitors during their stay, and furnishing s comfortable centre which  will render their temporary absence  from home less irksome.  Last year the authorities of Knox  church opened what, was celled  the Girls' Rest Room and the experiment proved so successful thst  it is being repeated this yesr.  The former Methodist church  building on Pendozi street, now  known as Wesley Hall, was opened under that name Saturday.  Certain alterations have been made  and the premises modernized and  neatly and comfortably furnished  by the ladies of the congregation,  and the result is a very attractive  and comfortable room which is  already being made good uae of,  A piano is being provided for  those musically inclined and on  the tables are writing materials and  magazines of various kinds.  The room is open for free use at  all hours, no chsrge of any kind  being made, all the expenses connected with the undertaking being  paid by the church. All that is  required of visitors is that they  register their names in a book provided for the purpose. During the  afternoon visitors will be welcomed  by various ladiea of the congregation who have volunteered for this  service and to render any assistance required. For the evenings  Nurse Porte has been engaged to  devote her time regularly to the  work.  Visitors from the country, ss  well as any local ladies, sre also  cordially invited to _ make full use  of the facilities provided.  Benvoulin Notes  The regular monthly meeting of  the Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. was held on Wednesday  lsst at the home of Mrs. A Hsrdy.  Miss E. Mitchell, who has been  visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Fisher,  left last Friday to visit at different  points on the prairie before returning to her home in Boston.      ,  Mr. T. Murray and Miss J. Moray left last Friday for the coast,  where they intend visiting for ���  week or ten days.  Dr. and Mrs. Goosetree and family arrived by motor from Vancouver last week and are visiting  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott.  Miss D. Dsy left on Tuesday's  boat for a short visit to Penticton.  Mr. R. Munson's new ensilage  cutter arrived last week and is now  ready to use.  Real estate in Benvoulin seems  to be booming. This week the  Benvoulin Hotel property changed  hands.  Seeking Help for Apple  Picking  Colonel Bruce Poweley, in charge  of the government employment  office at Vancouver, is making an  appeal for women to pick fruit in  the Okanagan. He has received a  rush order for help, and is finding  difficulty in supplying the assistance. The ranchers it is stated  are paying 25 cents an hour, and  board runs from 75 cents to $1 a  day. Fruit pickers are allowed a  railway rate of one cent a "mile go.  ing to employment, and the Oknn  agan ranchers have decided to pay  $ 11 towards the return fare of each  picker. The government maintains  a woman inspector who looks after  the interests of tlie employees.'  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER II, 1$I9.~4 PAGES  $1 JO Per Annum  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  Mrs. H. V. Chaplin is in hospital  in Kalowna. Her many friends  are glad to hear that she is making  satisfactory progress towards recovery.  Mr.Culseth.ofthe K.LO.Benches, arrived by s.s. Sicamous on  Monday morning and visited Mr,  G. M. Reid foi* the day, calling at  Cotvale on his return, which was  by launch from that point in the  evening of the asme day.  ���  Mr. P. H. L. Seeley's orchard is  producing a surprising crop of  apples this season. ,  Messrs. Goodacre & Browse are  still shipping a considerable quantity of fine Olivets and other preserving cherries. Other fruits are  going to the peeking house���whenever the C.P.R. allows an opportunity for shipping same.  The showery weather we are  having at present will help all late  varieties of fruit.  Austria signed the Allies' peace  terms yesterday.  By a vote of, 4,478,000 against  77,000 the British Trades Union  Congress has declared in favor of  nationalization of coal mines.  The Board of Commerce has  been instructed to investigate profits on necessities of life. It will  ascertain the fair price, according  to locality, and fix a date after which  profits in excess of that price will  be deemed unfair under the act.  Tobacco growera of Essex and  Kent counties and the adjoining  ��� district are busily at work on the  harvesting of the biggest and best  tobscco crop they have ever raised.  They estimate that this year's yield  will total over _ sixteen million  pounds of all varieties and an aggregate value of over $4,150,000.  Next spring the Canadian National Railways will start to build a  number of mountain' hotels to be  open for accommodation next  season, was the announcement  made by Walter Pratt, manager of  that department. The first will be  at Jasper Psrk and work will be  continued until Vancouver is reached, in which city a fine hotel will  be erected at a future date.  New Greek Army Wears  Canadian Uniforms  The reorganized Greek army is  to be equipped with Canadian uniforms. About $2,000,000 worth of  surplus clothing, boots and leather  goods in the Canadian military  stores have been placed at the disposal of the Greek government,  and this amount will be augmented  by large quantities of surplus stores  from Canada, making the total sale  about $10,000,000.  Advises Senate to  Reject Peace Treaty  In the debate on the peace treaty  in the United States Senate, Senator Knox, formerly secretary of slate  advised the Senate that the only  safe'way to deal with peace treaty,  is to reject it sltogether. ' The Senate has already adopted so msny  amendments to it that, ahould it  Kas in its amended form, it would  nothing more, than the shadow  of itself.  Sir Robert Borden has been in  conference with Sir Alfred Smithers  chairman of the Grand Trunk, at d  Mr. Howard Kelly, the president,  in an attempt to come to agreement for the purchase of the road  by the government.  Dr. Cody's solution for the problem of better schools in Ontario  is consolidation. He has announced that in order to encourage consolidation the Ontario government  are going to give a grant of $800  to $1,200 toward the erection of a  secondary school in each district  that desires it, and also from ten  to forty per cent, of the cost of  conveying the. children to and from  such schools.  Lord Charles Beresford  Died Saturday Last  Was Keen Advocate of British  Naval Supremacy  Admiral Baron Beresford, better  known as Lord Charles Beresford,  died on Ssturday night, while on a  visit to the Duke of Portland at  Langwell, Caithness, Scotland. His  death was due to apoplexy. Admiral Beresford wss crested a  baron by King George in the New  Year's honors announced December 31. 1915. He essumed the  title of Bsron Beresford cf Metem-  mes and Curraghmore.  He was in command of the gun  boat Condor when the Egyptian  crisis of 1882 occurred and he became a popular hero in England  in connection with the bombardment of Alexandria when he engaged the forts with conspicuous  gallantry. In recognition of his  service he was promoted to the  rank of captain and subsequently  took sn active part in the re-establishment of order in Alexandria.  He served in Egypt on Lord Wolseley's stall in 1884, when he rescued Sir C. Wilson and his party  who had been wrecked on returning; from Khartum. In 1885 he  Wea sgain returned to parliament,,  and in Lord Salisbury's ministry of  1886 he was appointed va lord of  the admiralty.  The press agitation for a stronger nsvy received his active support  and ao keen did the campaign rage  that he resigned his office on this  issue.  American Tourist  Traffic Increasing  American touring automobiles  are becoming more and more  frequent visitors to the district, almost every day seeing cats with  camping equipment carrying parties  of holiday makers. Figures given  out by the Canadian immigration  agent on the Pacific Highway shows  that this increase is general. The  popularity of the Pacific Highway  way is rapidly growing and the  motor traffic this year promises to  set. a new record. The figures  rvailable show that during the past  five months a total of 8925 motor  cars entered British Columbia from  the State of Washington., The  number of passengers totalled  34,264. The record by months  follows: April, 872 cars and 3056  passengers; May, 1559 and 5720;  June, 1370 and 4996; July, 2651  and 9966; August, 2473 and 10,-  506; total, 8925 and 34,264.  A special meeting of the Kelow-  Pack of Wolf Cubs is celled for  Friday evening, September 19, st  7.30, in the cub room. All cubs  should try to be present.  The British destroyer S-19 struck  a mine near Sietuskaer last Wednesday. Twenty-four of the officers  and crew were drowned.  The "silent policemen" installed  on the Vernon street corners hsve  hsd a good effect in directing automobile traffic into the proper  channels snd thus relieving to a  Urge extent the danger of accidents  and collisions at the crowded street  comers.  Hon. A. L. Sif ton. who, since en  tering the government in 1917 hss  been minister of commerce, was  sworn in last week ss minister of  public works. He succeeds Hon.  F. B. Carvell, recently appointed  to the chairmanship of the bosrd  of railway commissioners.  Beer cats may prove the salvation  of the 10,000 car apple crop ofthe  Wenatchee diatrict. The United  States railroad administration states  it will be " impossible to secure  sufficient refrigerator cars to move  th* crop promptly and the Wenatchee Valley Traffic Association  has asked the administration to  aend a few hundred of these cars  into the district. The request is  receiving favorable consideration.  War Veterans Will  Purchase ���lub House  Contemplate the Formation of  Limited Liability Company  At the meeting of the GW.V.A.  Saturday evening the executive  committee presented a report dealing with the propossl to provide  more convenient permanent quartets for the Association. They recommended the purchase of the  building on Ellis street nearly opposite the old telephone office. 1 his  building had been used previously  as a barracks for the 172nd and is  well suited for the purposes of a  clubhouse.  The scheme met with spprovsl,  and after some discussion it was  decided to endorse the report aud  to proceed with, the proposal as  outlined.  Invorder to put matters 'on a  businesslike footing it was decided  to form a limited liability company  for the purpose and to raiue capital to finance the purchase and certain necessary alterations amongst  the members of the Association.  Twelve hundred dollars was promised in subscription form by  those at the meeting. The Association itself is 'also investing $500  in the company which .will be  known as the "Kelowna Veterans  .Building Co., Ltd." The details of  organization are to be proceeded  wilh at once.  Telegrams protesting against the  government's decision not to hold  a conference with the Dominion  executive of the G.W V.A. on the  feasibility of further gratuities were  sent to the federal premier and to  the Hon. Martin Burrell. No demand, it was pointed out, has been  sent for a further bonus or gratuity  but merely a request for a confer  ence to consider whether such  grant is desirable or financially  poaaible.  Another resolution passed dealt  with the matter of employment for  returned men. It read ���' 'That in  the opinion of this Association  public or semi-public positions  should be held by veterans when  vacanciea occur, provided they are  eligible to fill such positions."  The following was also passed:  "That all widows and children of  soldiers killed in action or died of  wounds be given free medical treatment by lhe Soldiers' Civil Reestab  lishment Board, and that children  be eligible to receive such treatment up to the age of eighteen  years."  It was suggested that notices of  all businesses conducted by veterans in this city be posted in the  G W.V.A. rooms and that members  be requested to patronize those  businesses.  Twenty new members joined the  Association,  which  has   now  membership of nearly 250.  Condemns Expenditure  on Obsolete Navy  A protest couched in vigorous  language in .The Times by Lord  Fisher on naval- expenditure has  evoked interesting 'comments.  Lord Fisher declsimed against alleged incredible and ruinous wsste  in the navy which now costs ��410,-  000,000 annually, as compared  with ��34.000,000 in 1914, notwithstanding that the German fleet  does not exist. Lord fisher declares that half the navy is already  obsolete and should be scrapped  snd says that the other half will be  equally useless in a few years because of internal combustion engines and oil. Lord Fisher concludes : "If the nation don't sack  the spendthrifts, the day of crumb  ling is not far off."  Rutland News  Miss Jean McDonald has returned home from Vancouver. Her  health has greatly improved during  her long stay at the coast.  Mr. A. H. McRobbie of Vancouver arrived last Ssturdsy to-visit  his sister, st the home of Mr. G.  Schofield.  Mrs. Dsvies and her two children are visiting Mrs. T. Smith at  the Pymsn Ranch.  A public meeting will be held  in the school on Monday, Sept. 15,  at 8 p.m. All interested in the  erection of the war memorial in  Rutland are urged to 'attend. The  list of subscribers will be read and  aeveral important matters will be  decided at this meeting.  Lieut. Howard Fitzpatrick, M.C.,  returned home last Saturday after  three years service overseas. He  went overseas aa a private in "C  Co., 172nd Bait., and drafted to  the 54th Batt. in December 1916.  He was wounded in a raid at Vimy  Ridge on March 1st, 1917 snd was'  sent to England, where he remained  for five months. He returned to  France in time to serve with the  54th at Paschendale. Early in  19)8 he writ to England to train  for a commission. In September  he joined the battalion as lieutenant  and took part in the attack on  Cambrai, where he won his Military  Cross. In this engagement he waa  wounded io both ankles, and waa  in hospital * for aeveral months.  Since his recovery he was employed on the staff at Rhyl Camp, until  it was broken up.  Lieat. Trim Pays  Kelowna Flying Visit  Commercial Man Makes Quick  Trip from Vernon  Lieut. G. K. Trim, the aviator  who entertained the public of  Kelowna during the regatta week,  and who haa since been in Vernon, Revelstoke snd other places,  appeared rather unexpectedly in  Kelowna Tuesday noon. No notice  had been received of the aviator's  intention to return at this time.  The familiar roar of his motor  was the first intimation of his presence until sharp eves'picked him  out sailing gracefully from the  north and making for hia old landing place at the polo grounds.  The purpose of Lieut. Trim's  visit wss the conveyance of a passenger from Vernon in the person  of H. T. Barnes, msnager and representative of H. P. Rithet & Co.,  a Victoria wholesale firm, who hsd  chosen this up-to-date method of  making the trip. As was pointed  out this is the first commercial passenger trip to take place in the  valley, though the near future may  see many more auch journeys. The  time taken for the trip was exactly  twenty-two minutes.  Since his visit to Kelowns, Lt.  Trim has been engaged in aerial  reconnaissnee woik on behalf of  the B.C, government. This decidedly new undertaking was carried out at the instance of Major  McDonald, superintendent of irrigation work for the provincial government, and now resident in this  city. Msjor McDonald accompanied the airman as observer and  photographer end secured several  photographs over the headwaters  of Harris Creek near Vernon. The  photographs constitute the first  reliable data ot the plateau in  question.  Car Mage Causing  Skippers Uneasiness  Fruit Beginning to Pile Up in  Warehouses  An alarming situation hss developed during the psst week,  which threatens to disorganize the  whole fruit shipping industry of the  district With every warehouse in  the Valley crowded with produce,  and the season only barely commencing, the old bug-bear of car  shortage hss arisen in a most  aggravated form. Today only a  small percentage of the cars ordered and needed immediately to  move stuff already packed and  awaiting shipment are available,  and urgent enquiries have failed to  get any assurance of relief.' Fruit  is now stacking up st sn alarming  rate.' Prunes, peaches, peers, craba  and other more or less perishable  goods as well ss the earlier apples,  are at their height,-and must be  quickly got out or great loss will  result Mcintosh, Jonathan and  other apples, representing the biggest crop in the history of the  valley, will in a verv few daya be-  coming down upon the packera  like an avalanche, making the prospect anything but cheering.  The shortage apparently ia not  confined to sny one kind of car.  all classes of equipment being  equally scarce. Sidings st the  Landing and other places where  reserves of rolling stock should be  held are practically bare of cars.  Tke shortage ia all the more surprising, as in addition to tbe experience of previous years, th*  railway company haa had full information and data as to the volume of traffic to be expected. Visiting officials of the company have  been very numerous this year, and  the fulles't^tatistics have been  gathered and made available for  the guidance of those who have  the traffic in charge.  During the past few weeks the  shippers' organizationa have been  greatly concerned over the sugar  shortage, which haa involved considerable delay and loas before it  could be satisfactorily straightened  out. It seems doubly unfortenate  that no sooner hss this first difficulty been overcome, than thia still  greater problem ahould arise to  menace the industry.  Needless to say every effort ia  being msde to bring the eompsny  to a realization of the situation, and  the wires are being kept busy ih  urgent endeavors to secure relief.  A meeting of the K.A.A.C. will  be held in the Club Rooms, back  of the Morrison Hsll, on Monday,  Sept.   15th.   Large attendance   is  requested.  M. A. Alsgard, Chief ef the Fire  Brigade, is leaving this week to attend the Pacific Coast Fire Chiefs  Convention at Portland, Oregon,  which takes place from the 15th  to the 18th of the present month.  Prompt action on the part of her  mother no doubt saved the life of  the six-year-old dsughter of George  J, Frssier, who lives on the Hill  ranch, on the east side of Osoyoos  Lalfe, close to the international  boundary. The child had opened  the screen door in the resr of the  house to step outside when a rattle  snake that was coiled up on the  doorstep, struck her. As the child  jumped back, the door swung shut  and the snake waa caught between  the door and the jamb and was  killed by members of the family.  Revelstoke Man Shot  Reginsld A. Upper, a Revelstoke  dairyman, waa accidentally killed  Sunday by the discharge of a shotgun. He had juat returned from a  shooting expedition, and whilst  taking the guns from en automobile, somehow got one of the triggers caught and received the full  charge in the right lung, dying a  couple of hours Ister in hospital.  He was formerly a C.P.R. constable at Field and Sicamous, a  provincial constable at Trout Lake  and a member of the Revelstoke  city police force for some years.  He lesves a wife and six children.  Miss E. Wilson is a visitor to  Vancouver this week.  Judge Swanson was down Tueaday this week and held a brief  session of the County Court.  W. Fletcher waa a passenger to  Vancouver yesterday.  Mrs. Dundas and two daughters  left today on a viait to Victoria.  Mrs. R. A. Copeland, who haa  been staying in Kelowna, went up  to Vernon thia morning.  Dr. and Mra. Elliott, of Brandon,  are visitors to Kelowna for a short  time. Dr. Elliott is a brother of  Mr. S. T. Elliott, who went up by  car to Vernon to meet them.  Capt. and Mrs. K. Maclaren arrived in Kelowna thia week. Capt. ���  Maclaren left Kelowns as one of  the officers with the 172nd, and  hss since been in charge of forestry work in England and Scotland. PAGE TWO  .   KBLOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, September 11,191*  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now   is  the lime to have  your Furniture overhauled.  re-covered or repaired.   I  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy se.t nnd make it  like new.  Mattresses PinnoB, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made .nd Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna   Furniture Co.  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  0.1.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission.  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  CANADA'S  BEST  BICYCLE  Bicycle Supplies  - Electric Wiring  snd Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner ol Park Ave.  Phone 347  The London Times  History of the War  20 VOLS.  Price, Terms and'Sample  Copy on application to  GEO. LANE  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  Phone 202 P.O. Box 489  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  1  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St.' Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOMNH RECORD  fakliasMd avaty TVwrsatar at Kertewna,  JOHN LEATHLKf  Better ond ^reprisUs  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  il.no   nr  nar:   7ao..  <bt  month.   United  Statss IO osnts syMHsnaat  SabtKrtbnn n! th* rscsrsv rate on bev.  .stra trapsrs mailed io friends ... . distant*  ���t HALF RATE. I.*.. Tl Mat. osr rw.  This soscial ectvttsf.   Is   (ranted   lot   ths  ooroosa ol advertising th. eits  sad district.  All snbsotlrjllons nrahls SB .dv.noe  For the purpose of making plana  and appointing a local committee  to manage the forthcoming "Red  Shield" campaign for. funds in connection with the Salvation Army,  a meeting has been called for Fri-  day evening at 8 o'clock in the  Women's Institute room at the  corner of Richter Street and Bernard Avenue. The funds to be  raised in this campaign are (or  home service work. The Army  was one of the most practical and  effective organizations during the  war, its military work having called  forth praise and appreciation from  national leaders everywhere. Ten  days after the invasion of Belgium  by the Germans the Salvation was  at work in the field administering  to the needs of the Allied troops,  and many returned men of all  shades of religious opinion cherish  the kindliest memories ol the unselfish care of its officers. The Army  spent over two million dollars in  its war work ; provided 65 motor  ambulances, operated by experienced workers, taking over 100,-  000 wounded men from the battle  field.  "You cannot get away from lhe  Salvation Army in France," said a  Tommy, "lt you are hungry, tliey  meet you wilh ham and eggs ; if  you're mopish, they cheer you up  with a song; it you are not doing,  lhe straight thing, they give yau a  rough time in iheir meetings, and  if you are put out of action by a  shell, they give you a ride in a  motor car; if you 'go Weat,' they  put up a slab to mark your resting  place."  The war over, the Army is now  turning its attention to its home-  service work and the task of reconstruction It needs the funds  and from past experience can be  depended upon to use them well.  "The effect of the Salvation  Army in aid of the national purpose," says Sir Robert Borden, "is  worthy ot the highest appreciation,  and I confidently hope that such  support will be given as is necessary to sustain your effort to the  end."  President Wilson commenting  on the work, says: "1 am very much  interested to hear of the campaign  the, Salvation Army has undertaken  for money to sustain its war activities and want to take the opportunity to express mv admiration for  the work that it has done, and mv  sincere hope that" it may be fullv  sustained "   o   A bill now before the House at  Ottawa proposes to estsblish November I Ith, "Armistice Day," as a  permanent holiday.  The Hon. Martin Burrell, secretary of stnte, has joined the royal  psrly at Winnipeg, and will accompany the Prince of Wales on his  tour through western Canada.  The Canadian Pacific Ocean  Service has a wailing list of 5000  persons for transportation to Canada. The Cunard company list  will not be cleared until the end of  November and it is said thst more  than 500 applicants call at the company's office daily.  The statue of Queen Victoria,  purchased by the British Columbia  Government before the war for  placing in front of the Government  Buildings at Victoria, was shipped  from London last week, and it is  hoped that it will arrive in time for  the Prince of Wales to unveil. The  statue haa been at the Royal Exchange.  THERE are tunic  blouses and tunic blouses Those  featured in  Pictorial  Review  show all the knowing  little style' touches  that give them that  "different" air .well-  dressed won en are  always looking fpr.  Many novelties not  to be found elsewhere  in  Pictorial Rev-lev;  Patterns  for October  JVoiu On S-la  At the store of Jermmi Hunt  Announcement  Sheet  Music  Full Assortment  POPULAR  SACRED  INSTRUMENTAL  Mail Orders Taken  'SMALL MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS  VIOLINS  GUITARS  BANJOS and  UKELELES  MANDOLINS and  BAND  INSTRUMENTS  MASON & RISCH, LTD., take pleasure in announcing to the many  patrons, friends and the general public of the Oksnagan Vallej  that following many requests we hsve opened up a complete modern  music store, installing several departments in addition to the famous  Mason & Risch line of Pianos  and Player Pianos  Complete Sheet Music and Small Instrument Department  where all descriptions ot musical instruments can now be secured, Sheet  Music and Music Books, Popular Songs, Secular and Sacred, as well as a  nice assortment of Instruction Books for beginners in Piano, Violin, Guitar,  Banjo, Mandolin, and many other Instruments.  VICTOR RECORDS  A complete Victrola Department, with the largest stock of Victor  Records in the Valley, and a complete line of Victrolas and Phonographa  in all finishes and styles.  MAIL ORDERS fe���ke a ��?*% ol #5&H  Send   your   Victor   Record   and   Sheet  Music orders to us, and they will receive prompt and careful attention.  We extend a cordial invitation to all music lovers and the general  public to visit the NEWEST and most UP-TO-DATE MUSIC STORE  in the interior of Britiah Columbia.  MUSIC   ROLLS  FOR ALL MAKES PLAYER PIANOS  Pianos  PLAYER PIANOS  in i  the famous old  MASON & RISCH  HARMONIC  HENRY HERBERT  and CLASSIC  Victrolas  Complete Stock in  All Finishes  Victor  Records  Thousands of the  Latest Records to  Select From  The Largest Piano Manufacturers and Dealers Under the British Flag.]  Twenty-eight Branch Stores in Western Canada���Factories: Toronto,0nh]  Mason & Risch. Limited  BERNARD   AVENUE  Next Door to the New Empress Theatre  KELOWNA, B.C.  Column for Boy Scouts  We are all very pleased to hear  a short time ago of P.L. Tommy  Taylor's success in passing his examinations for entrance, to the  Royal Naval College of Canada,  yet at the same time wn are sorry  that his success should necessitate  his departure from Kelowna and  from our troop. On Monday last  he left for Esquimault, carrying  with him the troop's best wishes  for a successful course at the college to which he is going. Tommy  is one of the oldest members of  our troop, having joined in April  of 1914. He has always been one  of the keenest scouts and the hardest working as may be seen from  the fact that he waa before he left  one of the. few King's Scouts that  the troop has possessed, Again  we send him our best wishes and  wish him the best of luck.  ��� .  A recent visitor to town has been  a Scoutmaster trom Victoria, Mr.  Hughes. The troop that Mr.  Hughes is in charge of is that of the  Victoria Preparatory School.  .      ���  In a letter from the Commissioner  to the Scoutmaster the former states  in connection with the Prince of  Wales' visit: "General Leckie and  Colonel Henderson will both be  with'him and will both have their  eves open for Scouts. The latter  is our Dominion Treasurer,"  ��� .  .  Another member has successfully  passed his swimmer's badge, this  time it is Scout Latta, who on Saturday last gained this badge, Mr.  Foote kindly acting aa examiner.  .      .  With regard to the proposition  for the purchasing of Cedar .Creek  camp site, six friends of the troop  have promised us $900 towards  this end, and we would be pleased  to hear from anyone else who  would like to help along in this  way.  .  The combined troop will parade  St the clubroom on Wednesday,  September 17th, at 7.15 p.m., with  full uniform. Please note the latter  'part of this order as we wish to find  out exactly how much of the Scouts'  equipment is left, or lacking, as the  case may be.  A continuation of the winning  acout diary:  "Sunday,  July  6th.,  1919���Re-  Profeasionat Cards  Phon  NURSE M. BENT  ,  P.O. Box 396  i Mrs. Windsor*, residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna.  BURNE * .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.C.  R. B.-KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, it  B.C.  I0HN CURTS  CONTRACTOR Jr BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. C..i. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Gioll snd Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeijor  .Surveys sad Reports on ImnSosi Work.  Application, for Wster License.  KELOWNA, B.C -  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence  A'enue  D.V.Sc  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S.  Veterinary Surgeon  sasrss     v��"��*"b*c*  Call, left with Dr. ]. E. Wright, Dentist.  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  veille was. blown at 7.30 and we  aired our bedding and washed.  We got dressed and fell in to hoist  the flag and have prayers. Breakfast soon followed and then came  tent inspection- This was won by  the Beavers. Inspection oyer, we  fell in for physical training, Then  came a rehearsal of the maroh-past.  After this we spread out in a long  line and systematically searched  for rubbish. Then came a good  dinner at which the Cougars were  kitchen orderlies. After dinner  came,diary writing. The afternoon  had baen set apart for visitors.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phone.: Business 164;Residence91  P.O. Box 22  J. A. BIGGER)  BUILDER AND CONTRACTC  Estimates Furnished (or all eb  of work  The KELOWNA THEAT1  Friday & Saturday���Dorothy Dalton in  a thrilling   drama;  "Vive la France I" and 2-act comedy, "A Battle Royal."  Monday & Tuesday���Chapter 13 of "A Fight for Millions; |  and 5-act Vitagraph feature.  Wednesday & Thursday���"Go West Young Man, featuring  popular Tom Moore.  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Satvdiy at 3 pi  TAKE A TIRE REPAIR KIT  with. you. You may not need it at all. But if you  should it will be worth many times its cost. Our tire  kits contain everything requisite to repairing ordinary  accidents. With the aid of its contents you can drive  your car to a garage where more permanent repairs  can be made.   Takes but little room and but little cash  GOODYEAR Tires service station  Coal Oil Gat Lubricating Oils  Corner of  Pendozi tt  Lawranea  THE OIL SHOP  ]. W. B.  BROWNE. Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT        t+*b��  SERVICE n&  isivmn  Day 287  Night 76  I  :  J Thursday, September 11,1919  KKLOWNA  REC08D  PAGE THHBM  NEW COATS,  DRESSES AND HATS  THE most attractive styles in Coat* and Dresses for  fall are now in stock.   The collection consists of  the newest materials made up in fashion's latest  designs.   Sea the display in our windows of the new  Fall styles.  NEW MILLINERY  The latest and most up-to-date designs in headwear  are now being shown in our Millinery section. A large  Variety of styles nre .being shown this season and those  looking for a new Hat would do well to inspect our  large selection.  4#^tV^"  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  Apples Wanted  We ara prepared to buy Windfalls  and Cull Apples in any quantity and  will pay $20 to $25 per ton if in  reasonable condition for Canning or  Drying  Boxes Supplied  Tore ALL Your Apples into Money.  Dominion Canners B. C  -LIMITED-  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 60c per lb. butter fat  ���' No.2- 58c      ���       .  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  ^VOOQCI*3.rt  | Premises on Lawrence Ao.  Manufacturing Co. n-m  I     .������!��� i     ���     ���������*.������������..      .      if I ���������>������.���-. till    i"s.S      n     .    HI        II       i'HW-il<aassl   For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. '? Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second Hand snd Antique Furniture and Gooda of all kinds  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.     -  ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. Carney wss a passenger to  Kamloops Monday.  A. H. Hord, of Wolseley. Sask.,  is in town this week.  Miss E. Harvey left Monday on  a visit to Csmnore, Alta.  Mrs. Cather returned to Vancouver Tuesday.  Mrs. Jack Harris was a passenger to Okanagsn Centre Tuesday.  Miss Arbuthnot teturned this  week from' her holiday and business trip east.  Miss Webster arrived a few days  ago from Victoria to take a position in Fumerton's store.  Mr, and Mrs. Bennett and Mr.'  and Mrs. Kelly were a party of  visitors from Field, Tuesday.  The Vernon paper contains a  notice of the birth on Auguat 31 st,  of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ben  Hoy. .  The new road foreman W. Watson, formerly of Summerland, is  this week taking up his residence  in Kelowna.  W. A. Harris, R. Harris and J.  Patterson, came down from Kamloops last Thursday on a visit to  the district.  Chief Thomas returned Tuesday  from a trip to the coast, having  gone down to Oakalla prison with  the man Soames, who was sent up  for trial on a bigamy charge.  Miss Caldwell, for some time on  the staff of the Public School has  been transferred to the High School  to fill the vacancy created by the  increase of pupils preaenting themselves this term.  Mr. D. H. Rattenbury moved  over this week to his new offices  nut to the Royal Bank. A quantity ot the fixtures and: equipment  for the new ice cream and- candy  atore which is to be opened in the  same building has , also arrived,  and this will shortly be open for  business.  A meeting of the Conservative  Association will be held in the  Morrison Hall, on Wednesday  evening, September 17th, at 7.30,  for the purpose' of selecting dele,  gates to attend the provincial convention at Vancouver on'September 29 and 30.   X  An event without precedent in  the Okanagan occurred lest week,  when the residence of Thomas R,  French, about two miles out of  Vernon on the Coldstream Road,  Was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. Only a smal  portion ot the furniture and contents was saved.  Mr. A. L. McNaughton, Of Kamloops, who hss been engaged in  survey work in the Kelowna district returned home with his family  last week. It is expected by Mr.  McNaughton that his duties will  render it necessary for him to remove to Kelowna.  ���Kamloopt Standard-Sentinel,  *W>^WN/S/VN^VN^*WW*/V\/S^/W.^*V^V  Help Wanted  Men, Women, Girls and  Boys, at the Orchard City  Evaporating Co., corner of  Ellis Street and Cawston  Avenue.  APPLY AT THE PLANT  One man bought  Three Pairs*  of boot, laat weak at ths ..me  time���wa. taking my word about  tha rise ia price. Another wanted to know if my "GOOD" boots  ware aold at my low price. Just  what ha meant by good boot. I  < don't know Me.pt, tha batter  grades. ALL MY BOOTS,  WORKING OR OTHERWISE  ARE THE BEST THAT CAN  BE BOUGHT.  Chas. Dark  Mr. F. M. Buckland returned  this week from a visit to the coast.  H. Francia and hit sister left on  Tuesday for the old country.  Mist Edith Lock, from Vancouver, it visiting this week at Fumerton's.  Mr. and Mrt. Riddell, of New  Westminster, were visitors to Kelowns thit week.' Mr. Riddell it  secretary of the Okanagan Telephone Co., and is on s tour of inspection of the company's lines.  Mr. G. H. Dobie wat down from  Vernon to meet him.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist Church the Rev. W. F.  Price, the new pastor, will preach  on "The Glory of Christ in Creation." In the evening his topic will  be "The Gospel for To-day."  The firm of Mason 6t Risch,  through their local manager, Mr.  Dayton Williams, have been busy  duiing the paat .week remodelling  their store next to the new Empress  Theatre, and are announcing the  opening of a complete music store.  Many new lines have been added  in- addition to their well-known  pianos, for which Kelowna haa  been for a long time headquarters  for the Okanagsn Valley.  F. Powick, lately with Casorso  Bros, meat market, in partnership  with F. Newman, a newcomer from  the prairies, have purchased the  Independent Meat Market, Ellis  Street, from A. R. Davy. The premise! are well equipped with refrigerator room, amoke houte, and  sausage and other machinery, and  bv carrying a good line of meat  products, the new firm hope to  win the support of the public.  Mrt. Ambler, who recently  returned from a holiday trip  to the coatt citiet announces the  reopening of her studio for Sept.  15th, in Room 2, Leckie Block.  While in Seattle Mrf. Ambler had  the pleasure of meeting a former  musical acquaintance in Godowtky  and listening to one of hit lectures  on mutie. She alto met Dichmont  in Vancouver, the famout composer whote works are being sung  by me greatest artists of the day.  Through the overturning of hit  car Sunday evening, Dr. Gilet and  party of Glenmore were involved  in an accident which might easily  have had more teriout remits. In  turning out to avoid another vehicle  near General Harman't place, Dr,  Giles' car approached too near the  loose edge of a ttecp bank, down  whioh it flipped, rolling over and  pinning the occupant! underneath.  Fortunately beyond a few bruises  arid a bad shaking no one waa  much worse, and even the car wat  but slightly damaged.  Alagard's ice cream and confectionery business changed hands  last week, haying been purchased  by Messrs. Winter & Chapin, lately  of Vancouver, who took, charge  Friday morning. Though the  ownership it, thus changed, the  business will* still bear the old  name of Altgard't, which hat become too familiar to the public to  be readily changed. Mr. Alsgard  will in future devote hit whole attention to the sale of automobiles  and truckt, in which he hat done  contiderable busines during the  past year or two.  -"WN^^N*V\^^N/^^^\/WS^.^S^^WW\A*^W  Ward I Baldock  Kelowna Dairy to.  N. E. DAY GEO. BROWN  PHONES 146 AND 151  The people who are in a  position, to supply your  every want, winter or summer, in pure milkot cream.  We ara alao agent, for the celebrated  Empire Milker.  ,.       Separator.  ',.       Csoline Engine, (with  a guarantee)  Papeo Ensilage Cutters, Sec.  Having returned-frorn her extensive  tour of the larger eastern cities  Miss C. Arbuthnot  Will hold a Special  Millinery  Opening  at her store on Water Street, next  to the Creamery, o��  September 19th and 20th,  and following day., when .hs will  display all  The Latest Fall Styles  herga jumsr*  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologue.  HIGHEST REFERENCES  The Best Quality  of Meat  at the Lowest Possible  Prices  Thu ia what we aim to give the people  of Kelowna, and   increasing   business  ���how. that we are doing it.  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. James   -   Prop.  Phone 103 Bernard Avenue  ,Cuh and Carry  Travelling Requisites  We have a very comprehensive stock of  Travelling Trunks, Suit Cases, &c.  At all prices .  RUGS for travelling, automobile, or driving  Light and Heavy Harness  We carry a large stock and can also make any  part we do not happen to have  HARNESS REPAIRS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street , Phone 150  'THE CANTEEN'  Every man in Kelowna and district should  know that "The Canteen" is now open in the  old bowling alley on Water Street. We have  Soft Drinks (ice cold), Fresh Tobacco and  Cigars, and the  BEST OF BILLIARD TABLES  Give u. . trial one of theae hot daya and you will not regret it  Bernard H. Raymer and Ian MacRae  Props.  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto* Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Cull Apples  Wanted for Evaporating  {| Highest Cash Prices paid for all  Culls and Sound Windfalls.  The Apples can be delivered in  sacks or boxes which will be re  turned without delay. For particulars phone 131 or write  * ���  Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Cawston Avenue  Kelowna, B.C.  am  s^sutad page rom  KBLOWNA   HECOBB  Thursday, September 11,1919  BUY OUR  Underwear  an  dH  ose  LOOK over your last Fall and Winter's supply  and if they are not pretty nearly "gone." Then  come to us and let us fix you up���you will  save mcney by coming to our store���we sell at the  low down CASH PRICE all the year around. We  have just received a large shipment direct from the  factory and we are going to pass it on to you' at  very close prices.  Ladies' Heavy Cotton Vests  Long or short sleeves, for early fall wear, priced  at 65c, 75c and 85c  Ladies' Hygeian Union Suits  In V or round shape neck, at $2.25  Ladies' Vests and Drawers  Cotton and wool mixed, separate Vests   and  Drawers, at $1, $1.25 and $1.75  Fleece lined Vests and Drawers in all sizes.  All wool separate Garments and combinations.  Splendid range of children's Underwear in separate  garments and combinations. Also in fleece lined.  MEN & BOYS'DEPT  Men's cotton and wool mixed, separate garments, in  medium weight, at  $1.25 each  Men's union combination Suits at $3, $3.50 and $4  Men's  high grade  natural wool Shirts and Drawers,  guaranteed unshrinkable, at, per garment.. .$2.50  Men's heavy wool union suits, at   $3  Stanfleld's Red and Blue Label all-wool Underwear.  Men's heavy fleece-lined combinations.  Boys' Union Suits or separate garments in wool or  ,       cotton mixtures, also in fleece lined.  Fall & Winter Hosiery  For the Whole Family  Cotton fleeced Ho- iery for children in i-ribbed, sizes  from 5 up to 10, from   35c up to 75c  Little Daisy all-wool Hosiery, sized from 4 to 8}.  Boys' heavy ribbed Hose, from 50c up to 75c  Buster Brown Hose, all sizes, 50c up to 75c (according  to size).  Men's Sox, in heavy cotton and wool mixed, priced  at     35c, 45c and 50c  Men's fine Cashmere Sox. ' 75c to $1.25 pair  Men's soft spun lisle sox, easy on the feet, at 60c pair  Mens double tight knit Sox, wear guaranteed.,40c pr-  Men's worsted Sox, double heels and toes, at  95c  Buy Your GROCERY Needs  from US��� we please  New season's jams and Marmalades, now in.  Best Seville Orange marmalade, in l-lb. glasses ...30c  ��� ��� ���      in 4-lb. tins $1  Finest B.C. Jam, in 4-lb. tins and I -lb. glasses.  Pure Maple Syrup, in pint and quart tins.  Oxo in cubes 15c and 25c sizes  Bovril and Johnston's fluid beef. All sizes up to 16-oz.  J. F. FUMERTON 1II  THE CASH STORE "ItParsto PayCadi."  Dry Goods phone 58;  Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  '   Mori.ing-9.30 and 11        Afternoon-3 and 5  Auction  At the residence of      '  W. E. W. MITCHELL  Christ leton Street (next street pest hospital)  Thursday, Sept. 18th  Sale to commence 1.30 p.m.  1 Axmintter Rug, II x 12  2 .. ..    3 x 10  2 ��� ���   12 x 14  3 ��� ,.3x6  1 .. ���    9 x 10  Roll Top Desk Fla| Top Desk  2 Mahogany Centre Table.  2 small Fancy Round Table.  2 Book Shelve. ' Folding Card Table  Oak Cabinet Muaic Rack Oak Stand  Oak Rocker Deck Chair .  3 Door Mat. Oak Sideboard  Oak Dining Table 4 Dining Chaira  Nursery Fireguard Morris Chair  Singer Sewing Machine  3 large Set. Drawer.  Medicine Cupboard Electric Fan  Shaving Mirror         Bedside Table  English Brass and black Bed, complete  4 Single Beds, complete Child's Cot  Large Linen Cupboard  Cedar Storage Box          Work Box  Baby'a Shakespeare Cot  Valuable Violin and caae    Square Trunk  Set Silver Salt Cellar. Automatic .22 Rifle  Child'. Table and Chair         Box Tools  Vacuum Cleaner           Sleigh Bella  2 set. Bedroom Crockery  2 Children'. Baths       Bamboo Table  Oak Bedroom Set���Dresser, Table, Cfiairs  and Wardrobe, Jcc.       3 Deal Table.  Large Refrigerator Electric Stove  Blue edge China Dinner Set  Large Kitchen Dresser Electric Iron  Small Cookstove 5 Kitchen Chair.  Electric Tea Pot      Lot Aluminum ware  Lot Enamel, Tin, Iron and Crockery ware  2 Carpet Sweeper.        2 Lawn Mowera  Garden Tool., Wheelbarrow  Stone Lawn Roller Cutlery ware  Sealera Ideal Steam Cooker  Many other article.  TERMS CASH  J. C. Stockwell   -  Auctioneer  Auction  At residence of  Mrs. CADY, Water Street  (Near Fuller'.)  - li  Thursday, Sept. 25th  Commencing at 2 p.m.  3-piece Upholstered Walnut Parlor Set,  Walnut and Plush Davenport, 2 Walnut  Rockers. Oak Rocker, 3 Wicker Chaira.  Oak Centre Table, Rug 12 x 16, Rug 14 x  14, 7 small Rugs, Pictures, round oak  Extension Dining Table, 6 oak Dining  Chairs, oak Buffet, Side Table, Sewing  Machine, Square Tray, oak Book Cases,  J-Bed, Mattress and Springs, Brass Bed  Mattress and Springs, oak Dresser and  Washstand, 2 Bedroom Rugs, PoVch Bed  and Mattresi, Single Brass Bed, springs  and Mattress, Mirror, Coal and Wood  Heater and pires, "Lighter Day" high oven  Range. 2 Deer Heads, China. Dinner set,  Glass Water aet, Cretonne Curtains, Kitchen Inlaid Lino, Kitchen Cabinet, Refri  gerator,- 3 Kitchen Chairs, Kitchen Utensils, Blinds, Copper Boiler, 2 Wash Tubs  and Board, 50 (eet Rubber Hose, Lawn  Mower, Hoe, shovel, Rake, Axe, Lady's  Bicycle, House Plants. Silence Cloth, Curtain Poles, Books, Clocks, 2 Door Mats,  Carpet Sweeper, O'Cedar Mop,  ALL LIKE NEW  TERMS CASH  J. C. Stockwell  - Auctioneer  KELOWNA FALL FAIR  October 1st and 2nd, 1919  Applications for hall space (or displaying individual and district exhibits will be  received By G. R. Binger, chairman of the  Hall Committee, up to September 15th.  41-3  KELOWNA FALL FAIR  October 1st and 2nd, 1919  TENDERS  are invited for five concessions for selling  refreshments on tha Pair Qreunds.   High  est bidders to have choice of sites. Ten  dera to be in not later than September  20th.  41-4 H. G. M. WILSON, Secretary.  Automobilt  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  NOTICE  The .tore of Wing Chong, on Eli Avenue, ha. been purchased for the use of th*  Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Free Mason.)  ���nd i. being refitted as a .meeting hall.'  ��-6p  Car Fof Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT"  Want Ads.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  We handle Real Eatate exclusively. Ratr.s of commission as follows:  5 per cent, up to $5,000, and 2J  per cent over that amount  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  several ten-acre blocks in the Ellison  District at a very reasonable price.  Three of theae lot. are in bearing orchard, the balance being in truck.  Terma over ten yeara. Small caah payment will handle.  Thia property i. good for one weak only  at present price.  Full particulars at thi. office  Mi.. M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  Term, moderate  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box 116  Stockwell's  LIMITED  KELLER   BLOCK  KELOWNA  All New Stock-Make your  Cash Count  Come  in and aee our  FOR  SALE  FOR SALE, Steinway Vertegrand Piano ;  alao Victor Victrola and about 50 record..  Apply W. E. Mitchell. P.O. Box 499,  phone 5701; 41-3p  FOR SALE, three aecond-hand Ford Cara  in good condition. Apply box S, Record  Office. x  FOR SALE, pure-bred Shorthorn Bull. II  month, old.   A. E. Harrison, Rutland.  43  FOR SALE. Good milk Cow. very gen-  tie and picket broke. Apply Independent Meat Market, Ellis Street. Phone  268. 43-4p  FOR SALE, 5-paawnger Car, in good  condition, three new tire., two spares,  five inner tubes, spare'front apring and  tool aet, four reliner. and other accessories.   Apply H. Burtch. 43tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Help to work in kitchen dur.  ing meal hours.   Apply Palace "Hotel.  34tf  WANTED,   at  once,, two   experienced  Waitresses.   Apply Palace Hotel.    41 tl  WANTED, a Stenographer for Kelowna  Grower.' Exchange.   Apply at office.  43  WANTED, a young lady Clerk in our  Dry Good. Dept.   Apply to J. F. Fumer-  '   ton & Co. 43tf  LOST  LOST, Jaeger woollen Scarf, fawn color,  on K.L.O. road. Reward for return to  ' Record Office or phono 180. 43p  MISCELLANEOUS  HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for old  gold.   J. B. Knowles. 41-4  STRAYED, from vacant lot in town, Dark  Bay Marc, 4 yeara old. No brand, shod  alt round, clipped mane and foretop.  Weight about 950 to 1000 lba. Reward  for information leading to recovery.  Anyone unlawfully detaining aame will  be prosecuted. W. H. Fleming, Vemon  Road. 42tf  STRAYED, on to my property, one' two-  year-old Holstein steer.'no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. M. A. Alsgard in announcing the  disposal of his confectionery and ice cream  busiaesa to Messrs. Winter cc Chapin, begs  to thank the public of Kelowna and district  tor their kind patronage during the past  eight years, and hopes that the same will  be extended to hia successors. 43  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287  P.O. Box 351  Tractor  Work  ���s  We are prepared to contract (or Ploughing, Diicing  oc Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  New self-sealing, wide mouth  Sealers  All sizes' Stone Jars for Jam  and Egg preserving  Mixing Bowls, Milk Bowls  Bean Pots, Flower Pots  Jam Kettles, Double Boilers  Sauce Pans  Alarm Clocks  Dust Mops and Polish  Floor Brushes and Brooms  New stock Ranges  Paints, Varnishes, Oils  Turpentine, Stains  Paint Brushes  . Scrubbing Brushes  Wall Papers  Fruit Strainers V  Fruit Presses ,  Garden Tools  Household Safes  Screen Doors  Mosquito Netting  Poultry Netting  Axes, Hammers, Saws  Fry Pans (double bakers)  Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets  Congoleum Rugs ,  Washing Machines  Wringers  Electric Stoves  Electric Irons  Curtain Extension Rods  Nickel Towel Racks  Sewing Machines fit Needles  Horse, Harness and Buggy  for sale  We will make it worth your  while to buy from us  We still conduct auction sales  Stockwell's, Ld., Kelowna  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Est.bli.hed 1693  Real Eatate and Inturanc.  Phone 254 Dext door to Post Office  HOUSE, 4 rooms, pastry, chicken house,  woodshed, roothouse, and 13 bearing  pear treea, 6-year-old. One acre of land  near CN.R. railway.   $2,200 on terms.  CAWSTON AVENUE. Bungalow, five  rooma. A snap for caah, ���850. Clear  title.  ST. PAUL STREET.. Two-storey house,  fully modern, cloaa in.  $2,900 on terms.  HARVEY AVENUE. Bungalow, 5 roomt,  one acre bearing orchard.   $3,600.  HARVEY AVENUE. Two-tforey house.  half acra ot Und, $3,000. Half caah,  balance in five yeara at 7 per cent  GLENN AVENUE. Boarding house, a  map for caah..  BERNARD AVENUE. Two-atony house,  6 rooma, 2 Iota.   $4,000 on terms.  We have aome exceptionally good lata  near C.N.R., from $200 up, on reasonable  terma   Call and Ne our listings.  Listing, wanted of Form 6t Gty properties  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that Robert Story.Hall,'  whoae addreaa ia Kelowna, B.C, will ap.  ply for a license to take and use one cubit  foot per second of waste water flowing  down public road from Eaat Kelowns to  Mission Creek, which Bowa westerly near  the N.W. comer Sac. 9, Tp. 26, and drain. '  into Mission Creek. The water will be  diverted from the atream at a point about  the centre of the north line of Sec. 9, Tp.'  26, and**will be uaed for irrigation purpose  upon the land described a. part Sub-lot t,  Map 187, part aee. 16, Tp. 26. This notice  wns posted on the ground on the Irt day  of September, 1919. A copy of this  notice and an application purauant there,  to and to the "Water Act, 1914," will be  filed in the office of the Water Recorder  at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the .aid Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildinga, Vic  oria, B. C. within fifty daya after the '  first appearance of thia notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publication of thi. notice i. September 4th, 1919.  42-6   ��� R. S. HALL, Applicant.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District  NOTICE ia hereby given that 1 ahall at  tha expiration ol one month from the date  of the firat publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned land, in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime valid objection ia made to me  in writing.  .  The holder of the following document,  relating to .aid land., namely:���  Deed dated 15th November 1604, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  .       Limited, to R. Aldam Peaae of 26.2  acre, of District Lot 219  (Lot 7.  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acrea of District  Lot 210,  is required to deliver the aame to me  forthwith.  Dated at tha Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, thia 6th day of September,  1919.  C H. DUNBAR,  43-7 Diatrict Registrar of Titles.  NO SHOOTING  Notice is hereby given that  Shooting and Hunting is strictly forbidden on Dr. Boyce's  property.  ' 42-5  A NY woman who haa supervision of  " home likes to have a modern  bathroom���tie kind her guests admire.  We have the triad that please  and are a delight,to the family.  Call in when passing and hsve'  us show you how to get your  bathroom properly furnished.  J. Galbraith  Heating, Ventilating and  Sanitary Engineer  Phonea: ���  Store 100 P.O. Box SI  Residence 5705  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY (or your winter's  supply of  GOAL COAL  *\s*wr-SS-t^sS'tar>s'->^>ilf��v-W%si-N,^  CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP  Messrs. F. POWICK (late with Casorso Bros.)  and F. NEWMAN  beg to announce that they have purchased the Butchering business known as the  Independent Meat Market  >���      -ELLIS STREET  A full line of the Best Quality Meats will be carried at  prices which will enable you to Save Money.  In turning over the businee. Mr. Davy beg. to thank his numerous customers  for their patronage, snd hopes tha a.m. will ba extended to hia successors.


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