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 \WC  tt0th  VOL. V.   NO. 28.  |    KELOWNA. BR1TISM CQLilJvlBIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  Proposal to Extend Watering  of Streets - Motor Speeding  The Mayor and Aid. Gaidar, Copeland, Taylor, and Thompson attended  the meeting ol the oounoil on Friday  last. The following correspondence  was read:  A letter from Messrs, pennon. Den-  eon, ib Co., ot Vancouver, requesting  a copy of .the city's Trade License, Bylaw regulating the sale of goods direct  to customers by commercial travellers.  The olerk was requested to inform tho  applicant* that the city had no spare  copies of the by-law on hand.  The city solicitor of Salmon Aim  asked for information as to the rules  under whioh the oity supplied water  and electric light to residents outside  the oity.  The Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph  Co., of Seattle, wrote to inform the  council of the intended visit of tiioir  representative to Kelowna with a view  to famishing an estimate of the on.it  of installing a fire alarm system here.  Same correspondence was. also dealt  With relating to the sale nf the city's  debeOtura*.  An announcement was made that the  Conference of representatives of Canadian Municipalities would be held at  Saskatoon on July 15th, If n, and  , 17th next.  The authorities of - tha provincial  Board of Health informed the oity  that in future all water used for local  consumption would have to fa* analysed twice a year, and that tha last  examination was quit* satisfactory.  Ald.C opeland urged the nooesaity of  an extension oi' the street watering  limits, and proposed the introduction  of a by-law levying rates from tbe residents oi the streets oonoernod. He  suggested that the extansi-.ns shm-'d  include tb* following:  l'ark Avenue  Water Street, from tlie Farmers' Exchange to Causton Avenue  Pendozi Street to the city limits  southwgrd  Ethel and Hiohter Streets, from Bernard Avenue to the Creek  Ellis Street, from Harvey Avenue to  Cawston Avenue  Harvey and Eli Avonoae  Lawrenoe Avenue from wbbot t Street  to Pendozi Street.  It was contended that watering kept  the roads in good condition, though  the extra work would necessitate the  expenditure of J6O0 for an additional  sprinkler.  Aid. Copeland reminded th* eounoil  of the daogerous position of th* tight  pole at tbe comer of Bernard Avon.  and the government road. It was  decided to ask the engineer to make  a report on the best way of changing  the position of the pais without  causing the wires to overhang private  property.  Tne Mayor drew the council's attention to the excessive speed at whioh  motorists proceed withio the oity  especially along I'ondozi Street. Aid.  Calder supported the complaint, and  the Chief of Polio* was asked if ha  oould do anything to modify tha danger to tbe public. He replied that  the only way to secure eonviotlons  against tbe offenders was te time  them, and for thia he would require an  assistant. He was given full instructions to every legitimate means that  ho oould to roduoo th* evil.  The following accounts ware pusesd  for payment:���  The Macdonalda, Ltd, sub.to forth-  coining   publication,   " Along  the Imperial Highway"  23 75  C. Harvey,  tracinga   of   parte   of  Blocks 44 & 49. Map 462, for  registration  30 00  F Smith, work on water works  3 00  O.K. Lumber Co  13 47  EC Weddell, prosecutionjfees  20 00  D'ceckie, eupplies ���  47 46  The Crene Co, power house sup... 38 73  A Winslow  6 00  Buffalo Mater Co., meters  544 20  Vancouver " Province," advt  2 95  Colonial Printing & Pub. Co., advt ) li  Manitoba Free Press, advt  3 63  B.C. Gazette, 1913 bills  I 15  Mas Jenkins 8c Co '.. 12 50  McColl Broe. ot Co., cylinder oil ... 42 50  Garlock Packing Co, pulley cover 5 15  The McKenzie Co., Ld  I 00  Kelownn Record  98 87  Northern Elec. ot Mfg. Co  332 74  NEDay  7 50  Lakeview Livery  9 73  Farmers' Exchange Will  Sell to New Association  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Buy Premises and Plant  A combined meeting of the old share  holders of the Kelowna Farmers' Exchange and the prospective nrmbers  of the new looal association whioh is  to take its place was held last .Saturday in Raymer's small hall. A resolution was unanimously passed that  the Exchange should go into voluntary  liquidation, and that the real estate,  buildingB, and plant in Kelowna be  turned  over to  the new oonoern    for  1 ��28,000. Thin figure had limn arrived  at after considerable' disoussion, and  the aBBistanoe of independent arbitrators.     Before the meeting, took   up  'the question of the new association, a  hearty    vote    ot thanks, proposed by  | Dr. Wuusborough .loneB and seconded  by Mr. G, Si Smith, wob passed to  tlie board of direotors. In maving tho  resolution, Br. Jones said that tho  Kxchangc hud been going through trying times lately, but heiwas sure there  was no one present but believed that  the directors had' worked hard apd  done their best in the interest of the  .share-holders. Io replying the chairman, Mr. Ilobson, agreed that they  had had -pretty I strenuoua times of  late, and had put in a great deal of  time for, he was afraid, very little  thanks. Hs wished the new association every success.  The assembly then resolved itself into a meeting of the new organization,  but bey nnd deciding to adopt tho  name of '"The Kelowna Growers' Ex-  ;e" very little business was transacted owing to the Articles of Association having gone astray.  New Board of Trade Offices  Completed  The Kelowna Board of (tide can at  last boast the. possession of handsome  nnd convenient promises of tneir own  the new building whioh was made possible by the timely concession of a  site at; a nominal rental from the 0.  P.R., having been completed this week  by the contractor, Mr. Geo. K. Bowser  who deserves some credit for t(he speed  with whioh the work has been done.  . In spite of it* oomparatively low  coat, the offioes preaent a very neat  and substantial appearance. The  front ofiioe is tor tha use of ths aao-  retary and publicity commissioner,  while the large room at the rear will  be used for meetings of ths Board  or will be available for meeting* of  other bodies, and possibly small dances  and private parties,  Friday's Band Concert  Following is the programme of  the Band Concert to be given in  lhe City Paik on Friday evening at  8 o'clock :      .   .  1. March. Officer of the Day Hall  2. Overture...Golden Deye... Mekie-Beyer  3. MexicenSong La Paloma Yradier  4. Two Step....We'veHad a Lovely  Time, So.long, Good-bye...Edwards  5. Serenade--.Dreema of the Past....Fulton  6. Spanish Welti Nevite Hoschna  7. Schottiache....Driving in the Perk....Beyer  8. Selection The Burgomaeter Ludera  Ol Canada!  God Save the King  N. Bornholt, Conductor.  Distinguished Visitor  The Marquis of Exeter who has  been with a patty to his estate in  Cariboo was a visitor to Kelowna  last Friday having motored in from  Kamloops. He' was met at the  wharf by Mr. P. Edmund Corby,  who was for several years his Lordship's architect on hia estates in  Northamptonshire, England. After  a short stay the party crossed the  lake to Westbank and continued  the journey south. The Marquis,  who was through the valley last  year, expressed himself delighted  with Kelowna and considered it  by far the best place in the whole  Okanagan.  Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., belt  13 70  G F James, supplies ��� 3 15  H G Bleir, euppliee  2 00  Dalgleish St Harding, supplies  10 40  WR Trench, atationery  4 2S  P B Willite & Co., atetionery  4 20  Kel. Sawmill Co., lumber and hauling sawdust  296 85  Palace Hotel, prisoners' meets  3 15  Mikado Caf  13 00  Kelowna Carriage Worka, auppliea 3 00  Morrison-Thompson Co.. supplies- 20 13  P G Miller, work oa pole Un*  43 75  Royal Commission  on Agriculture  Holds Sessions in Kelowna  The Royal Commission on Agriculture which is a present touring  the province seeking information  and data concerning the condition  of and circumstances uffecting  farming, fruit growing and general  husbandry throughout B. C. held  sessions in Kelowna Mondav and  Tuesday of this week.  The personnel of the commission  has been well chosen and the result is a body of men, all practical  agriculturalists in aome branch or  oilier, and keen men of business  besides.  The chairman is W. H. Hayward  M.P.P. fnr Duncan and managing  director of the Cowichan Creamery  Co., Vancouver Island, a cooperative concern which ia doing n great  serviee to the dairy farmers and  poultry men of that district. The  rest are Mr. Alex Lucas, M.P.P.,  Vancouver; S. Shannon, Cloverdale; W. Duncan, Comox ; J. J.  Campbell, Nelsnii; J. Kidaton,  Vernon; and llio secretary, C. B.  CluisleRseii, Victoria.  The party arrived Monday noon  bv auto from Vernon and a session  wns commenced at 2 o'clock.  Mr. Lionel E. Taylor, manager  of the Bankhead Orchard Co. was  first one to give evidence. AH the  witnesses were duly sworn and  their evidence carefully noted by  the official stenographer for inclusion in the voluminous report  which the commission will present  to the government at the conclusion of their itinerary.  Mr. Taylor gave n very lucid and  detailed account of the woik being done by the British government  for the benefit of agriculture iu the  Transvaal, where Mr. Taj lor held  in appointment for a number of  years. He compared the system  prevailing there with the methods  of the government of British Columbia, rather to the advantage of  the former. He considered that  in the Transvnal the government  were employing more highly salaried experts and consequently  were able to draw upon the best  men from the United Slatcc, Canada and other dountties. Heads  of departments in the Transvaal  were paid as much as $5000 per  year. The B. C. Government were  satisfied with young men fres1  from college with only a smattering  of knowledge and experience. He  thought the government here  should spend ten times as much as  they are doing on agriculture, and  not be content with the comparatively spasmodic efforts which they  were making to deal with the  farmers' problems.  Mr. W. R. Pooley was also  severe upon the inefficiency ofthe  present govermentagricultua! staff.  Farmers, he said, had no confidence in the inspectors sent aronnd  because the results they arrived at  were contradictory and often' ri-  diculuous. He instanced an experience of his own where he had  not sprayed because he thought it  unnecessary. A government inspector had been through the  orchard and had cettified that it  was absolutely clean, yet he had  reproved him for not spraying.  This seemed ridiculous. He did  not think the provincial staff was  well organized and there was considerable amount of overlaping.  He thought it would be a Rood  idea if registers were kept of all  orchards and records kept regarding inspections and general conditions, and the means taken to  control pests.  Mr. J. L. Pridham also addressed  the commissioners, complaining  amongst other matters of the assessment of farm lands adjacent to the  city for school taxes.  Tuesday's meetings were held  in the new Board of Trade building which, though not quite completed was in such shape that the  large room could be used.  An address of welcome was delivered bv the Mayor, J. W. Jones,  who commented upon the fact that  that was the first meeting of any  kind to be held in the new Board  of Trade offices, and he felt thnt  the city was to be congratulated  upon the possession of such handsome quarters. Referring to the  commissioners be seid he was glad  to hear that they were all practical  and experienced men, and' he was  sure that the result of their enquiries  would have an important .bearing  on the future of the farming industry in B. C. He hoped .they  would have time to make a short  tour of inspection around the district, and see for themselves something of the progress and development which was going on:  The chairman, in replying, said  this was his fourth trip through,  and he certainly agreed that there  was no sign of going backwards.  He was agreeably surprised to see  the great areas of land planted in  trees which were not there on his  last visit. Speaking of the object  of the commission, he said that the  province of British Columbia' was  at present importing over thirty  million dollars worth of (arm produce which should be raised at  home. It was so much money going out which ought to be retained  and constituted a very serious question. It was their endeavor as a  commission to find out something  of ihe conditions of agriculture in  the various districts, wilh a view,  if possible, to reduce this great  outflow of money by fostering agriculture at home.  Mr. Leopold Hayes, secretary of  the Western Canners, Ltd., gave an  account of the rapid growth of the  Kelowna Canning Co., which developed later into the Western  Canners, Ltd., with branches at  different points on the lake. In  1910 they had paid out in wages  $9,870. Last year the payroll had  amounted to $28,506, and $25,998  had been paid to farmers for fruits  and vegetables. Tomatoes formed  by far the principal product handled wilh peaches next. Small fruits  such as' strawberries, etc., were  comparatively scarce, the reason  for which being the difficulty of  obtaining labor for picking. The  labor question in fact was the chief  difficulty encountered both bv the  farmers and the cannery. Reference was made to the experiment  of bringing in girls from thc coast  to work in the cannery. Some  fifty or sixty had been obtained in  this way, many of whom had re-1  mained in the disttict, obtaining  situations as household helps or in  the tobacco factory. A boarding  house had been built for the accommodation of the girls, and a  charge of $15 per month made for  board. This had proved too small  a sum, however, and the company  had lost on the transaction.  Mr. R. T. Heselwood had prepared his evidence in manuscript  form, which he read before the  commissioners. He dealt with  several phases of the fruit industry  but principally with irrigation, suggesting that reform might be made  by the government in the direction  of: (I) Better classification of irrigable lands. (2) Better distribution  of water by irrigation companies.  (3) Better means of settling disputes  between companies and private  owners regarding the putting in of  ditches, arid compensation for  damage done.  Mr. J. E. Reekie gave evidence  of the working of the Central Selling Agency, of which he is president, and which, he said, should  have been formed at least two  months ago. He described in detail the aims and objects of the  Agency and the plans on which it  was to be conducted.  He referred to the recent meeting at which it was decided to  wind up the affairs of the Kelown r  Farmers' Exchange and to obtain  the co-operation of local fruit producers under the name of the Kelowna Growers Union, details of  which are given elsewhere. The  witness was asked how many companies were working in competition with the Central Selling  Agency, to which he replied: Four.  He contended, however, that the  Agency would be able to get  quicker returns to the growers for  their produce. It was anticipated  that the local association would  handle about 65 per cent, of the  output from the Kelowna district  this yer.  The commission then adjourned  for luncheon and the session was  resumed at 2 p.m., when Mr. W.  Adams appeared and gave evidence of the work carried on bv  the Central Okanngan Lands Co.  Mr. Adams described in detail the  work of the company together with  their plant, irrigation system, acreage, term of operation and prospects offered to settlers.  Bank of Commerce  Start Fine New Block  Building operations are to be own-  moncod immediately on the new premises of the Canadian Bank ol Commerce which are to be erected on the  main street next to the Pglaee Hotel.  The building superintendent lor the  Bank, Mr. A. D. HaoLean, is In town  making arrangements for th* work of  excavating nod the driving of tha piles  upon whioh the foundations ot the  building will rest. He is accompanied  by Mr., J. W. Grey, who will be tore-  man of construction.  The plans, which we have had the  pleasure of inspecting, show designs  for a handsome two-storey building,  having a frontage of thirty-six and a  half feet, and a depth of about forty  feet. The front elevation gives promise, of an imposing edifice which will  add considerably to the appearance of  the main street. The material I* to  be pressed brick with a generous ornamentation of stone. The main build  ing will stand back from th* sidewalk  with a projecting porch of neat design.  The interior arrangement provides  every up-to-date convenlenoe both for  tlie public and the staff. The interior  finish and the fittings will all be of  oak, the fittings being imported from  the east.  The upper floor is divided into bed  and Bitting rooms for the staff. Below  is a full basement with furnaee for  heating.  The dressed stone and steel to be  used in the oonstruoion are' already on  their way from Winnipeg, and It is  expected that the building will be  ready for occupation by ubout new  year.  The business of the Bank of Commerce has been steadily increasing in  Kelowna, and the provision of these  fine premises will no doubt give a still  further impetus to the extensive connection which is being established.  Three hold-up men, sentenoed to a  term of seven years in the pen made  a daring escape from the provincial  gaol at Kamloops last Monday. They  picked the look of the oanienter's shop  and forced their way throdgh the wall  whioh is qf wood. The alarm woe  given, Sod the police, assisted by the  B.C. Horse, scoured th* surrounding  count ry, the man being eventually , recaptured.  Messrs. F. R. E. DeHart, Henry  Birch, D. McLennan and S. T.  Elliott were members of the jury  in the Indian murder case at' Vernon this week.  Mrs. H. G. Bowser will receive  at the home of her mother Mrs.  J. B. Brown, Bernard avenue, Friday afternoon and evening June  13th.  In connection with thc Kelowna  Poultry Association a lecture on  Poultry will be given by Mr. H. D.  Reid, government lecturer in the  Sons of England room on Saturday,  June 7th, at 2 p.m. All interested  in poultry are cordially invited.  E. L. Ward, Secretary.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh will pre-  sent at the Young People's Society  of the Baptist church some eighty  views of the Grand Ligne mission  work in Quebec. A cordial invitation is given to all.  The Kelowna baseball team met  their firat defeat at Vernon last  Thursday with a score of 6-2.  Mr. Bulman was called upon to  give hia opinion on the chances of  success of the scheme of co-operation. He estimated that the Farmers'Exchange had handled about  60 per cent, of the local crop, being the output of about 95 per  cent, of the growers of the district.  Farmers, he said, seldom had a  proper amount of capital before  commencing to produce their commodities and therefore always  wanted prompt returns for their  work.  Discussing the taking over of the  water systems of the neighbourhood he maintained that a board  ought to be appointed to judge  water records and to value them  and by that means a fair price  might be placed upon the systems.  He thought the companies would  be willing enough to sell out  The commission then adjourned  and left for Penticton on the boat  shortly after. ,  Rutland News  (from our own correependent)  Mr. H. D. Riggs will take charge  of the Presbyterian service next  Sunday morning.  A meeting was held, fast Thursday by the parishioners of the Anglican church. The Rev. Thomas  Greene and Mr. L. Taylor attended. A report waa received from  Mr. Johnson and arrangements  were made for future services.  The school trustees would like  to remind the ratepayers that  school taxes are subject to a discount of 10 per cent, if paid before  end of this month. The receipt  of a good-sized amount would  greatly assist them financially in  closing up the school year.  Black Mountain School Honor  Roll  Following are given the names  of pupils who have gained marks  worthy of mention during May.  The figures relate to Studies, Regularity and Punctuality, and Conduct, in the order named;  Division I.  Lillian Sproul 91 100 79  Consuelo Woolsey 95 100 73  Earla McDonald 90 100 79  Merriam Woolsey 90 95 78  Amy Fleming 80 100 81  Mildred Ford 92 95 72  .belle Latta 65 96 76  Margery Lansdown 90 87 79  Rita Maxwell 87 9  Blanche Ford 85 100 71  Gertie Renfrew 95 92 68  Dora Pease 65 82 77  78  Division  Jeanie Warden  Leslie Richards  Hazel Besett  Ruth Woolsey  Verna Ford  Evelyn Sproul  Netta Monford  Olive White  Jean McDonald  Carson Dalgleish  Elva Fleming  Marjorie Johnson  Elsie Brown  Mary Pease  Nora White  11.  84 100 87  85 100 85  80 100 64  78 100 83  70 100 83  81 97 78  .77 100 75  80 90 78  80 95 72  78 85 83  83 85 80  78 .88 78  73 90 78  79 85 76  75 9d 75  Commends New Marketing  Scheme  Mr. W. H. Hayward, M.P.P.. of  Duncan, managing director of the  now well-known Cowichan Creamery Co., was in town this week as  chairman of the Agricultural Commission, and in the course of a few  minutes' conversation he spoke in  an interesting way of the work of  that institution. The creamery had  turned out during the past year  148,000 pounds of butter, 154,000  dozen eggs, and 40,000 pounds of  dressed poultry. They had,moreover, brought into the district over  $70,000 worth of grain and other  feed for poultrymen and farmers.  The creamery was purely a cooperative institution.  Speaking of his trip through the  valley, he aaid he would advise  the farmers to go in more for mixed farming, and referred to the  above figures as showing what  'could be accomplished in that  direction-  Judging from his observations in  travelling through the district he  considered that there was every  reason to be optimistic about the  future of the valley. " I have," he  said, "not seen anything better  than what you have here in Kelowna. What is wanted is co-operation to produce the best results."  Will not the Central Selling  Agency scheme solve many of the  difficulties we are under at present ?  Mr. Hayward was asked.  " I most certainly think it will,"  he replied. " It will tend to regulate the distribution of the fruit,  which, of course, is the fundamental principle of organization."  Births  KNIPPEL-On Saturday, May 24,  at the Grosvenor nursing home,  to the wife of Mr. Paul Knippel,  a daughter.  LUPTON-On Saturday, May  24,  to the wife of Mr. T. Lupton,  a  son.  McAULAY���On Sundav, June 1st  tnlh.    ��� '      ' "      "   *      ..     '  Cadder Avenue, a son. KELOWNA IECOUD  Thursday, June S  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  PWinaiW tHety Thursday ell lhe Office,  Keltuna. B.C.  IOHS LEATHLEY, EdHor and Proprietor.  Stslscehptton SI.50 per annum.  Te Unted Stales SI. 00 pes annum.  Aelterlttrnl iotas lawn application.  Law for Automobile Owners  In consideration of the number  of people who are this year learn  ing to drive motor vehicles in this  city the following extracts from the  Motor Vehicle Act are given, in  hopes that more regard may be  paid to the rules and regulations  that have been drawn up to pto-  tect the motorist aa well as the  pedestrain and he who still employs the horse.  Motor Traffic Regulation  Every person having control ot  charge of a motor shall, whenever  upon any highway or approaching  any vehicle drawn by horae or  horses, or any horse upon which  any person is riding, operate, manage and control such motor in such  manner as to exercise every reasonable precaution to prevent the  frightening of anv such horse or  horses, anil to inati'e- ih�� safety and  protection ul any pcison tiding or  driving the same ; and���  Meeting or Passing Horses and Vehicles  1. Shall not approach such  vehicle, horse or horses, within one  hundred yards ut a greater speed  than ten miles per hour, or pass  the same going in the opposite direction at a greater speed than ten  miles per hour; and  2. If going in the aame direction  shall signal his desire to pass, and  give the rider or driver an opportunity to turn out so that he may  be passed with safety ; and  3. If signalled by any driver to  stop, or if any horse which a motor  is approaching or passing appears  frightened or unruly, shall stop  such motor, including the engine,  and shall remain stationery ao long  as may be necessary to allow such  rider or driver to pass or until directed by such rider or driver to  proceed.  Stop on Meeting Funeral Procession  The driver of a motor upon any  highway outside the  limits  of a  city shall, upon meeting  or over  taking a funeral procession, stop  his motor, and where practicable  shall turn out into any intersecting  atreet, road or lane until the funeral procession has passed.  Procedure in Case of Accident  In case an accident occurs to any  person, whether on foot or horseback or in a vehicle, or to any  horse or vehicle in charge of any  person in proximity to any motor  or owing to the presence of any  motor on any highway, the person  in charge of such motor shall return to the scene of the accident  and give in writing to any one sustaining loss or injury his name and  address, and also the name and  address of the owner of such  motor, anc the number of the licence of the said motor; and from  and after the happening of such  accident, if in a city municipality,  shall, within six hours furnish to  the chief of police or other officer  of police of such citv, and if in a  district municipality shall within  twenty-four hours furnish to the  clerk or to some police officer of  the municipality, and if in an unincorporated locality shall within  twenty-four hours furnish to some  Provincial police officer or constable, a written report of such  accident, setting forth with particularity all material facts.  Motor-owner Responsible  The owner of a motor for which  a license is issued under this Act  shall be held responsible for any  violation of this Act, or of any  regulations provided by Order of  the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, \>y any person entrusted wilh  the possession of such motor.  Rata of Speed  In addition to the obligation to  comply with the provisions of the  the foregoing sections of this Act,  every person having charge or  control of a motor shall be governed by the provisions of this section.  No motor shall be run or driven  upon any highway within any city  town or village at a greater rate of  speed than ten miles per hour, or  upon any highway outside of any  city, town or village at a greater  speed than twentv-five miles per  hour in open country and twelve  miles per hour in wooded country:  Provided that the council of any  municipality may by by-law set  apart any portion of any highway  within the limits ofthe municipality  on which motors may be driven at  any higher rate of speed than hereinbefore limited for the purpose of  testing motors, and may pass bylaws for regulating and governing  the use of any such portions of  highwayfor the purposes aforesaid.  Rat* of Speed at Crosswaye  Upon approaching a crossing or  inersection of highways, and also  in traversing the crossing or intersection, and in crossing a bridge,  every person in control of a motor  shall run it at a rate of speed less  than that above specified, and not  greater than is reasonable and  proper, having regard to the trafiic  and use of the intersecting ways or  bridge.  Road Rule.  Every person having charge or  control of a motor on any highway  shall comply with the following  rules of the road:  1. Drive always on the left-hand  side of the road,  2. On meeting a vehicle, keep  to the left.  3. On overtaking and passing  a vehicle, pass on the right.  IIWESTMENTS  One good investment is worth years of labour.  No man can by manual labour alone ever attain  prosperity.  Invest the product of your labour and you have a  double chance of prosperity.  Work and make your capital, then let your capital  work and make you.  Before investing consult Evander McLeod. He conducts an up-to-date business and can offer you extremely  good investments.  SNAPS  Corner Lot in the heart of the city  $2,650 on terms  Lot at West end of Sutherland Avenue  $580 on terms  EVANDER McLEOD  P.O. Box 631  Phone 274  Room 7, Crowley Block  W. F. RAVENOR, Local Manager  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  Don Zombro is a bay stallion, 15.3  hands,   sired   by   Zombro,   dam  Rambler  Maid,   by   Rodgirl,   by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started laat year ip the  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vernon, winning both races, malting a  mark at Vemon ol 2.33.  Some of hie colte are atapping in better  than 2.30 before they are two yeara old,  notably Zombronum, which promiaea to  be in the 2.10 liet in 1914.  Hs ie a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind ana gentle ia  disposition.  Don Zombro will stand for service at Max  Jenkins St Co.'a atable during tha day and  at Mr. Copaland'a home alter 6 p.m  TERMS:   *1S for single leap;   $20 for  aoaaon ; $25 to insure,  payable whan mare proves to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND. Owner  'Phone 240  P.O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  V^e ReDair   ^*w ^" Mac'"nery. r?ac,ory Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevstors, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We StOck   Cold  Rolled Snaftin��*'  Bolt6' Screws, Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the apring  It will soon be needed  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRlE, Proprietor.  ABBOT r STREET - ��� KELOWNA, B.C.  Lyson's Lake Shore Lots  ONLY SIX LEFT  Price $400 each  Buy Before They are All Gone  H. LYSONS     -     Kelowna  or any agent  W.C.AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6. Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Bos 511  CONCRETE  WORK  Thia ia to announce that 1 havs purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement-Riggs and ahall devote  all attention to concrete work, ia wliich  I have had many year's eiperience. 1  havo a full equipment ol power misers,  Ace, ana will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  or RiasV lata oeSca.   WooiaaleT A..  WatvStreet Richter Street  ftRajSr late o  falsi Street  Concrete  is the cheapest  building  material  WHETHER for a silo, a tnilk-  house, or a million bushel grain  elevator, concrete is lhe most  ocotwcoicel building material in uie today.  Concrete sever requires repair., sad  the saving in repair-expense alone  makes the greater economy oi using  concrete mote apparent every day,  The cost of other building materials is  constantly increasing.  Ths cost of concrete ie being reduced.  Canada Cement  which Canadian farmers use, with their own sand, stone sad paval to Disks  concrete, is the only ingredient yon have to buy.  We have, by reason of our Urge output snd scientific methods, been able la  bring the price ol "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach el  everyone.  An increase in demand results in s greater economy oi production, snd when  conditions hsve warranted it. we hsve, from lime to  time, shared this saving with the consumer by reducing the price oi Canada Cement.   This demand will  continue to increase���u fast as farmers learn oi concrete's superiority over other materials.  When you buy cement, see that you get "Canada"  Cement; by so doing you wi assure the complete  ���access oi all your concrete work.  Send s post card (or our book "What the Farmer  Can do With Concrete."   It is tree.  Tkers U a Caaasa Cssaaa. dealer h year aeittterseed.  Canada Cement Company Limited       ���       Montreal  If thia label la note  every bag it ia nol  Canada Car Thursday, June 5  KEtOWNA WECOlta  CALORIC  FlRELESS  COOKSTOVE  A TRULY REMARKABLE INVENTION  (THE ONLY PERFECT MODEL)  No Heat  No Attention  Unfailing Satisfaction  Greatest Labour Saver  Essential in Every Home  INFALLIBLE in Its Work  Simplicity  J   TNQUESTIONABLY and undeniably the greatly     est  boon  to the busy housewife.   The fact  that over 150,000 "CALORICS" are in daily  use proves this assertion.  Instead ef the usual cooking drudgery the housewife confines her attention to matters more congenial.  You cannot realise the great saving of labour in using  this truly remarkable cookstove. The saving of fuel  alone pays for the " CALORIC " in a short time.  We do not hesitate in stating that Once Used the  " CALORIC" is never cast aside. Its advantages  over the hot gas stove or range are manifold. Remember there is NO HEAT, NO ATTENTION  after the food is placed in the receptacle, and no dirt.  We claim all these points of vantage and our  salesman will gladly send a "CALORIC to your  home for free trial. You are under no obligation  whatsoever to purchase. We are desirous, that you  prove to yourself what we claim.  The new " CALORIC " has made a great stride  forward in the evolution of Fireless Cooking, which  has literally perfected this art, not alone in the Boiling,  Steaming and Stewing features, but it has rendered  absolutely possible BAKING and ROASTING as well.  One of a number of guaranteed bona-fide letters of appreciation  Washington, D.C.  Gentlemen,���  " We  have  used  a  ' CALORIC' COOKSTOVE  for  one year, and it is used  daily.    I would not part with the 'CALORIC for triple its price.    We show it to all  our friends and recommend it to do all that a gas range or coal range will do."  (Signed)       A. S. R.  The radiators supplying the necessary heat for "CALORIC " cooking are heated for a few minutes over  a flame (same as a flat iron), then placed in the coo':-  stove. The aluminum utensils containing the foods  are placed on top of the radiators ; close and latch the  cover, the " CALORIC " will do the rest. SIMPLE,   isn't it?     But true. ������  Prices are Reasonable:  $15, $17.50, $24, $28, $32.50  COMPLETE  f.o.b Victoria.  Our salesman (address below) will explain practically and explicitly everything you  desire to know.   We request you do not hesitate to communicate with him.  R. HARRIS fie CO., Ltd.,  1127, Langley St���  Victoria, B.C.  S. RIDEN,  Lakeview Hotel,  KELOWNA.  Communications  Under tale beadlag eommaalaaltooe roll! '  ba reteioed upoa aaf subject ol ialereet '  Lestere meet be atoned, be brief, acold  pereonalitlee.   Tbe Editor doee not neo \  eeearila eadorae oplaldaa gteea beloio.  Kelowna's Lack of Loyalty  To the Editor of  The " Kelowna Record."  Dear Sir:���  Allow me to enter a public protest against the two-faced profession of loyalty made by.feome  members of the British Empire who  decorate the city with large flags,  etc., on a public holiday like May  24th (Victoria Day), and yet who  cannot so much as raise a note of  applause when a portrait of the  King appears before a public gathering on the occasion of His Majesty's birthday. A large portrait of  the King was thrown upon the  screen at Dreamland before a large  audience on the day observed as  the King's birthday and the National Anthem was played, but the  audience was unmoved and re  mained seated without any exhibition of approbation whatever, or  evidence that the tune was French  Russian, German, Turk, Chinese  or British National Anthem.  People are ready enough to  squeal out " The Maple Leaf For  Ever," when driven to it, but when  " God Save the King" is played  at the end of a theatrical performance the main object of the audience is to hurry away as quickly  as possible.  It would appear that there is no  respect for the King in this country  & " Rule Britannia " is almost unheard of. Is not Britannia largely  responsible for European peace at  this moment?  Why should Americans surpass  us Canadians in outward display  of patriotism. One is quite willing  to accept Canadian professions of  loyalty but would like to see some  outward manifestations besides flag  waving.  Such matters as standing erect  and doffing one's hat may seem  small but thev act as valuable reminders as well as a proof of that  patriotism which we all profess to  possess.  I may quote iu conclusion the  disgraceful want of enthusiasm  shown when the Duke of Connaught visited this city in spite of  press reminders urging our nation  to wake up and cheer as if we  meant it. The cold welcome displayed must have been one oi the  many things which made H. R. H.  ao glad to leave for England despite his proposed return.  I have ascertained that in cinematograph theatres in England,  the King is never shown in a moving picture without receiving hearty  applause.  Yours truly,  CANADIAN.  Danger of Impure Ice  Leon Ave., June 4, '13  Editor Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���With the arrival of  the hot weather comes the increased consumption of ice, and seeing  that most epidemics of typhoid  during the summer are traceable to  impure ice, considerable caution  is necessary in the use of the commodity. It is a well-known fact  that much of the ice in use in Kelowna is taken from the sloughs  and stagnant pools adjoining the  Lake, which are the repository of  all kinds of decaying rubbish, dead  dogs, and putrid matters.  It is time that the medical authot-  ities supervised the sale of ice  taken from such polluted sources,  and insisted upon only pure ice  being used in hotels, cafes, etc., as  the public are too careless to enquire the source of the ice they  use.  Yours truly,  WILFRED FRANCIS.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Public Building, Greenwood, B.C.," will  be received at this office until 4 p.m., on  Monday, June 16, 1913, for the conatruction of a Public Building at Greenwood,  B.C.  Plana, epecificelioiie and form of con.  tract can be eeen and forms of tender obtained at the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson,  Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., at lhe  Post Office, Greenwood, B.C., and at this  Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made on  the printed forms supplisd, end signed  with their actual aignatures. elating their  occupations and places of residence. In  the caae of firms, the actual signature, the  nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must ba accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bans,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the peraon  tendering decline to enter into a contract  when celled upon to do ao, or feil to complete tha work contracted for.   If tha ten-  wmm  THAT'S IT  Shoes for the whole family and every pair guaranteed  It will pay you to see our  Splendid Stock of Shoes  before buying.    We can save you money.  Our Showing of Children's Shoes  will open your eyes.  Special pains taken in fitting the little ones.  Mail orders carefully & promptly filled  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  'Phone 256 p.o. Box 233  AVOID TYPHOID I  Red Cross Chemical  Closet  The only closet with Patented Trap Door Device  ensuring  perfect sanitation.   Constructed for use INSIDE the house.  Perfectly odourless.  $22.50 - $25 - $37 - f.o.b. Kelowna  R. HARRIS & CO., Ltd., S.   RIDEN,  H27.Ungl.ySt, Lakeview Hotel.  Kelowna  Victoria, B.C.  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187  Pendozi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish & Hardings'.)  Gaddes-McTavish  Limi.*d  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  der  be  not  accepted the cheque will be  returned. .  The Department does not bind itself to  accept the lowest or any tender.  By Order,  R. C DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department ol Public Worka,  Ottawa, May 16,1913.  Newspapers  will not be peid  for this  advertisement  if  they   insert  it  without  authority from the Department.  FRUIT. HAY AND MIXED  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.    Any aired acreages.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terms: Quarter cash down, balance I, 2,  3 yeara at 7 par cent, intereat.   Soil, black  mellow loam.  Also 2,000 ecres en block, very choicest of  land. Reasonable pricea and terme. Best  large investment in B.C. Pricea one.helf  leaa than what other Okanagan companies  sell for. As for quality of soil we invite  personal inspection and comparison with  other high-priced lands in this valley.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange  Choice Alberta improved ferms and city  lota exchanged for Kelowna and Okanagan  fruit, hay and residential lota. Alberta  property rising in value rapidly.  I Panhard Levasson Automobile  45 h..p. Cost 16,000 new. Will eell for  $600 caah, or will exchange for lota, horaes  or cattle.  HITCHNER BROTHERS  Weetbenk, B.C KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, June 6  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priest s Orchard  Have (or sale  ORCHARD  LANDS  Planted and Unplanted  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bench  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  CI.  ose in on  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  OFFICES i  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O.Box 174  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimatei Furnished on all kinds of buildings.       Residences mm) Modern  Bungalows ��� Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior decorationa, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inapact my stock of Wallpapers and get my  eatimete on your apring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited  We are carrying a complete line of  Automobile Tires and Tubes,  ,, ,, ���      Patches  ,, Electric Horns  ��� N.P. Bumpers  ��� Accessories of all kinds  Dinjo Cylinder Oils and Greases  Town and Country  Mr. R. Duncan is visiting the  coast this week.  Miss McNair returned from the  coast Saturday last.  Mrs. H. J. Williams will be at  home Friday next, June 6th and  not again until October.  Mr. K. MacKenzie returned to  town this week and will take up a  position with the Belgo Company.  Mr. H. D. Riggs will conduct a  Presbyterian service at Rutland on  Sunday morning next at 11  a.m.  Mr. J. F. Burne returned Saturday last from the Old Country  where he has been spending the  past few months.  Richmond's ready-to-wear store  proposes to clear out the balance  of the Lequime Bros, stock this  month as their store is to undergo  many alterations.  School opened again Monday  after an interval rf two weeks  caused by a troublesome epidemic  of measles. Tuesday, however,  was a holiday for the King's birthday.  Keep Tuesday evening, June 17  free for the garden party and  strawberry festival to be held by  the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid at the  home of Mrs. R. F. Morrison on  Harvey Ave.  The Tuesday holiday for the  King's Birthday was not generally  observed in town, the stores remained open but there was very  little doing and the main street hnd  a deserted holiday air about it.  Perhaps this wns due to the large  crowd which made the trip to Vernon to see the baseball match.  The W.C.T.U. will hold a meet-  ing at the home of Mrs. Allan  Wilson on Tuesday, June I Oth. A  missionary program will be rendered by the members. The offering will be in aid of the World  Missionary Fund, and n large attendance is requested. Friends are  always welcome.  The opening of the new church  of St. Michael and All Angel's hns  been fixed for Sunday, June 15th.  It was announced last Sunday that  in all probability next week's service would be the last in the old  church. Bishop de Pencier will  perform the opening ceremony  and also hold a confirmation  service.  At the Opera House on Friday  a two-reel drama called " The  Modern Prodigal," will be shown.  The usual adjectives hardly describe this picture. It is one of surpassing interest to the average  mortal. It is one that runs the whole  gnmut of human emotions, showing  the triump of goodness and the  final return of a lost soul to the  paths of righteousness. On Satur-  d nyltve full reels will be shown  instead of lhe usual four.  The " Moosomin World-Spectator " has the following announcement : " It ia with deep regret her  many friends will learn of the death  of Sarah Maria, beloved wife of  W. N. Wallace, of this town, which  sad event occurred at the home of  her daughter, Mrs. McAra, of Regina, on Monday, May 19th, at the  age of 72 years." Mr. and Mrs.  Wallace spent the winter in Kelowna with Mr. and Mrs. Munro,  who occupied Mr. Harvey's house.  Mr. and Mrs. DuMoulin entertsin-  ed a large party of friends at their  home last Wedneaday night, dancing commencing at 8.30. The  guests included many from Okanngan Mission, K.L.O. Bench and  the surrounding district. An excellent supper waa served at midnight and dancing was continued  until 2.30 when the party dispersed by daylight. A slight diversion  wns caused hy the failure of the  electric light for a few moments  although it in no way interfered  with lhe proceedings.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -    'Phone 206  P.O. Bos, 509  C. Harvey. B.A.. Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Horal College   of   Muaic,   and Intoly  with Kendrick ryne,  Mui. Doc., Qrga.nUt of the  Cathedral, Manchester,  Etig.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At th* Studio, Ticnrh Block, Kelown*.  Muiic   of   evrry   demriptioti   supplied.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  V. 0. Boa IIS 'Phone SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives Icaeone in  I'lAlMOFOKTE, VIOLIN  and ORGAN  alto  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plana and Specification! Prepared  and eatimatei given (or publicBuild  ings.Town ana Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (AnocUte of th* Royal College of Organists, Lond.)  Gives leuoni in the above subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ���ucceaaei  at local  examination* (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' successful  teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  ((..���diiate McGill University)  Residence :   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Meaaagea   may   be   left  at   the   office  of  Maura. Rattenbury At Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  I,.It.A.M. (London)  leache. correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINOINO  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ocer l(iii|iil lliuili   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernerd Avenue       - .       Kelowna. B.C,  'Phone 4801 P.O. Boi 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER k CONTRACTOR  Plena,   Specifications   and    Estimates  Furnished  Building of every description   undertaken in Town or country.  None bul the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of Iowa, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town,  ��ke and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa the opportunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable  property.  If you with b cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and we will  ahow you our aub-diviaion  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Juat four blocka from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if ao deeired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this apring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply al yomr  lumber  We have now a larga stock of local aal coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and In splendid  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  M Thursday June 5  KELOWNA 1BCOU  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you like is here  Ast\ to See our No. 257    .'.  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street fit Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  THE  High Cost * Living  Is due to Reckless Buying  Q During March three of our citizens  purchased White Sewing Machines in  Vancouver at $65 each. We deliver the  identical same machine in their houses  for $45.  *3    The Singer Sewing Machine Co., of  Vancouver, sent us for collection six con- ,  tracts with Kelowna people for machines  purchased in Vancouver at $65.   We sell  the same machine at $40.  fl A few days ago a Kelowna resident  purchased an old second-hand Gerhard  Heintzman Piano for the exact price that  we charge for a new and up-to-date  instrument.  We sell and haoe sold for years  Singer Sewing Machines -     -   $40.00  White     ��� ,, $45.00  Heintzman & Gourlay Pianos ~ $375.00  All other goods in proportion  Kelowna Furniture Company  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new Engliah Churchea)  QPprvQ   Carters (England), 10 cents a package  OCd��d*%JO   Simmer's (Toronto)   5      ��� ���  Valuable prizes will be five n st ths Fall Fair (or collections of Vegetables and Flowers  from seeds and plants itipplled by us.     Particulars on price list later.  Tomato, Cabbage & Bedding Plants  Cutflowers, Ferns and Easter Flowers.  English Rose Trees and Climbers.  Phone 8*  PALMER & ROGERON      po a* 117  Boy Scout Notes  By "MAGISTKE."  4. A Scout is a friend to all aad a  brother to every other Scoot, no mat-  Ur to what soeial olass ihiothfX may  belong.  If a Scout mail, anothc��� Scout,." en  though a stnva to l.im, he must  speak to him umi li.'p him ia sny  way possible, eithsr to oirry out. I hi  duty he may be doing, or l.y givi.j  him food or as far as possible auythiiH  he may be in want of. A ir-uc Scout  must never he j, s-iob. A snob is ore  who looks down upon another Iwcsuse  he is poor or unetfioi'nJ, or who is  poor and resents another liecni.at ho is  rioh. A Scout SOOlptS the other man  jnst as he 6nds him, and irmi.es the  best of him. "Kim," thn boy scout  frequently quoted in the linnd-book,  was called by thi Indians, "!;t)e  friend of all tht world," and that is  the name ewry boy should earn for  himself.  5. A Scout is oourteous, that is, he  is polite to all, but especially to  women and children and old people,  invalids, eripplee, etc Ho must not  take any reward for being helpful or  courteous.  6. A Scout is a friend to animals:  he should save them as far as possible  from pain, and should not kill any  animal unneci ssarily, for it ia one of  God's creatures. Killing for food is  allowable, or killing harmful prats such  as flies, eto.  7. A Scout obeys orders���of his  parents, patrol-leader, or Soout-mae-  ter without hesitation or question.  Even if to gets an order hi* doesn't  like, he must do as soldii.ru and sailors do, ho must oarry it out all the  same because it is hisduty, and nfter  ho has done it he oan come and state  his reasons against it���but he must  oarry out the order at onoe. That is  discipline, which ia so lacking in our  midst.  8. A Scout smiles' and whistles  under all adverse oircumstaiices, and  when ho gets an order ho should obey  it cheerfully and readily not in a xluw  discontented sort of way. .Scouts  never grouse at hardships nor whine  at each other, nor swear when vexed  When he just misses tbe mail, or arrives just after the store has closed,  lie should force himself to smile at  once or whistle a tune, and he will be  all right. (Since this'rule first appeared, many scouts, old snd young,  have written their appreciation of it to  the Chief Scout.) '  A Scout goes about with a smile on  his face or whistling because it cheers  himself and other people, especially in  times of danger, for be keeps it up  then just the .same.  The punishment for swearing or any  bad language is for each offence a mug  of cold water poured down the offender's uplifted sleeve. It was ths punishment adopted by the old British  Scout Captain John Smith, three hundred years ago.  9. A Scout is thrifty, that ts, he  saves every cent he oan, aod puts it  in the Bank so that (ie may have money when out of work, and thut not  make himself a burden to others; or  that he may have money to give to  others when they need it.  The foregoing are the nine original  scout laws on which tho wholo movement is based, but it waB found neo-  imsary to add another which speaks  for itself, namely:  10. A Scout is pure is thought,  word, and dead.  With regard to this Inst, scout-  matters have no hesitation in speaking absolutely frankly to their boys on  tho subject, for prudish so-called modesty is as contrary to thc Scouring  principles as stealing or lying.  The qualifications for a tenderfoot  inolude betides a knowledge of the  Scout Laws, the signs or salute, tho  composition of tho Union .luok, tho  right w uv to fly it, and , the following  knots: reef, sheet-bend, clove-hitch,  bow-lino, fisherman's, and sharp-shank.  To describo these knott would involve  technicalities whioh are superfluous in  our limited ipaoe, but a few words on  thc Union Jack may lie welcome.  Thit flag it the national flag of the  British Empire, and ia made up as  follows: First we have tho ling of St.  George, the patron saint of England,  whose light with the dragon is depicted on the British coinage. In IfiM  King .lames I addod to it tha banner  of Scotland, which was a blue flag,  with a white 8t. Andrew's oross superposed; the addition of the banner nl  St. Patriok of Ireland gave a white  Hag with a red diagonal cross, ,sn thai  tho "Union" Jaok to-day stands for  the old-time union of England, Scotland, and Ireland. This flag was  called "Jaok" either from ".laoquos,"  tho French for "James" I, who first  started it, or mora probably from tho  jaok" or jacket whioh the knighin  used to wear over their armour to  show which nation they belonged to;  the English knights snd Crusaders  wore a whjte jaok with the red orosn  of St. George upon It; this was also  their flag.  Stop Killing of Calves  Swift & Co., acting, it is said, for  all the packers, have issued a  pamphlet calling upon the people  to stop eating beef snd turn to  mutton.   Here is the warning:  Eat more iamb and mutton and  less beef.  Raise more cattle on the terms.  Stop the useless and wholly in.  defensible slaughter of calves.  The United States, says the  pamphlet, is the greatest veal consuming country in the world. The  number of calves slaughtered for  food lms increased 100 per cent,  in the last ten years. The statement is made that unless some  nalion-wide laws are passed ���laws  similar to those now in force in  South America ��� forbidding the  slaughter of calves, the price of  beef is going to be still higher.  The more calves that are killed  the fewer cows there will be by  and by. This is one of the principal reasons for the constantly increasing cost of all leather. The  farmers have been killing or selling  their calves rather than keeping  them to increase their herds.  Hot weather I Oh yes, but just  what the Presbyterian laaies want  to ripen the strawberries for their  lawn social on Tuesday 1 7th, at  home of Mrs. R.F. Morrison, Glenn  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and Illionois  in 1910 as a three-year-old, principally  over half-mile track*. That campaign was  one of th* hardest ever given a three-  year-old, and enly a great colt could h-we  stood it. He started in 16 races that year  and took a mark of 13},  I {ia breeding is as follows:  Sired hy Leland Onward, 2-4$; first  dam, Ollie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a son of Nutwood;   second dam,  Trilby  Wilks, by Nutwood  Wilks.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25  when  mare proves to be in foal  Stands at stable of owner,  J. N. CAMERON  NOTICE  NOTICE it hereby given that meetings  of the Provincial Agricultural Commission  will be held at the following places:���  Salmon Arm, *-ay 27th, 10 a.m.  Enderby, May   6th, 11.30 a.m.  Armstrong,    ay 29th, 10 a.m.  Vernon, May 30th and 31st, 10 a.m.  Kelowna, June 2nd and 3rd, 10a.m.  Summerland, June 4th, 10 a.m.  Penticton, June 5th, 10 a.m.  Keremeos, June 6th, II a.m.  Rock Creek, June 7th, 9.30 a.m.  Midway, June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Forks, June 9th, 2.30t}p.m.  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting agricultural conditions  in the province. All persona interested  are invited to be present,  W. H. HAYWARD, M.L.A.  Chairman.  C. B. CHRISTENSEN,  Secretary, 26-8  FEEL HOT?  Don't blame the weather���put your  heavy underwear on one side and  get a weight that conforms with the  temperature.  MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT  UNDERWEAR  Balbriggan Shirts & Drawers  in natural Pink or Blue- 90c. rr.  Spring Needle Balbriggan  Sliirta   and   Drawera,   natural  shade .       . $1.35 auit  Fine Summer Weight Wool  Shirts and Drawera - $2.75 auit  Mesh Shirts and Drawers  Half Sleeves and Knee Length  $1.10 auit  The Celebrated B.V.D.  In   both   two-piece   and   combinations.  People smile when they pay here���  Cash Prices Mean Pleasant Prices.  H.F. I  -Hr  I  c  K  S  Water Street  (1st Block North)  Nesr Bank of Montreal  H-M-M-I-M-M-l-H-M-M^^  il PRODUCTIVE LAND;;  '��� s,  If you are seeking ��� '  ::Good Hay Land, ::  Established Orchards, \\  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage ���;  ' apply to !'  | R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission j ���  ,, Telephone   -LI , ,  ' ��� Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  ��� ���  List of properties (or sale on application ��� ���  ���H-W-l-I-M-H"M-I"I-M-l-H��H-l-' ���!��� .-M-M-M-."."."M . I M-������������������������.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA B.C.    -    T''tf"  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  &  >&  ��  First Principles  A kitchen range was originally thought of for  cooking purposes. The fuel was placed in the  fire pot and lighted. Drafts were turned on and  the fire burned up. Drafts were checked as soon  as the fire was well under way.  From the time the first kitchen range was  ���made until the Gurney Economizer was invented  a tremendous amount of heat was wasted, and  absolutely wasted. This heat should be retained  in the stove for the purpose for which it was created  ���to cook with.  The Gurney range absolutely retains the heat  with the minimum amount of waste.  The Economizer enables you to produce in a  few minutes an extreme or moderate heat in thc  oven whenever and as often as you desire it What  this means every woman knows.  You are not fair to yourself or your purse if  you do not investigate the Economizer in buying a  new range.  At the same time you will appreciate the exceptional value of the other exclusive features of the  range'���the Divided Flue, the Special Grate and  the Broiler attachment.  The Gurney-Oxford is well able to speak for  itself.  ^   D. LECKIE, Kelowna  ��@ KELOWNA aECORD  Thursday, June 6  Gaxvjw&tufl  ON FRIDAY, JUNE m ftra  -  We start one of the Greatest Clean Sweep  ever heard of in B.C, as all the Lequime stock must be  CLEARED OUT BEFORE JULY 1  When the Store will be remodelled to make room for our large  stock of Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear, and Boots and Shoes  \Y/E wish to impress upon you that  this Sale will be your last opportunity to buy such High-Class Seasonable  merchandise at so low a price.  Every Department in the Store will be Thrown  Open to you and we feel confident that by sheer force  of Cut Prices this will be the greatest Money-Saving  Event you EVER A TTFNDED*  Richmon'ds Cash Store  READY-TO-WEAR, DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES  \ Thursday, June 6  KKtOWNA MCWD  Medicine  The early bird gets the worm  nd that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  :Jf you don't get him first he  will get your crop.  Soger's Paris Green  Arsenate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  \ny of the above ingredients  A/ill get him if properly used  and in time.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Cos! mining rights oi tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan end  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, ths  North-west Territories, snd in ���  portion of the Provinoe oi British Columbia, msjr be leased lor a term oi  io |1 sa an*. Not smws thsn 8,660  acres will bs leased to one appliuu...  Application ior ths lesss must be  made by ths Applioant in psMOn to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol ths distriot in whioh ths rights applied ior  sre situated.  In surveyed territory ths land must  bs described by eeotlons, or legal sub  divisions oi sections, and in unsurvey-  sd territory the trset applied tor  shall bs staked out by the applicant  Umssli.  Kaeh application moat be aaoom-  pardsd by a bs oi IS which will be  refunded if ths rights applied lor are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall bs paid on ths sssr-  ehantable output ol the ssino at the  rate oi five cents per ton.  Tha person operating ths mine shall  furnish ths Agent with sworn returns  accounting ior ths lull quantity of  merchantable ooal toinsd and pay the  royalty thoreon. Ii ths ooal mining  rights are not being operated, sush  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will inoluds ths ooal mining rights .only, but ths Issms may  bs permirtcd to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be son-  sidsrad necessary lor the working of  the mine at the rata oi 110 an acre.  For lull informatioa application  should bs mads to the assretary is  the Department oi the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Ajrent  oi Dominion lands.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minister oi the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication oi  this  advertisement  will  not  be paid  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to Hit Pal  In which Jimmy telle of Kelowna happening*, to Mr. i  Sidney Huper, of Vwcourer. B.C.  P. I Wits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,    B. C.  PHONE 19  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  |work.  G. H. L HUDSON  ���*, i.i ���-��  Landaoape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio* in tha Intorier  Portrait! by sppoinlmsnt  Pandoici Stmt,   -   .Mown  Dear Sid,���  "l our epistle of the Ut inst. to hand and  contents noted. What you aay about  Myrtle don't surprise me in the leaat. I  hare long suspected that the faithless  hussy wat false to me but now I am positive oi it. Ah I well, I'll try and bear up  under the crushing blow, but I guess 1  will have to carry this sorrow with me to  the grave. Heavens, how I loved that  woman I  Changing to a happier subject Sid, the  weather man is uncorking a brand of  weather in Kelowna right now that you  simply couldn't beat anywhere. Talk  about your southern California and Italy,  why this place has got them lashed to the  mast in a stormy sea. With the lake, trees  ���nd mountains, my boy, its a regular poet's  dream.    We've also got some pippin of a  fiark here along the lake shore, and be-  ieve me when I say " Its a park what is a  park." Right along the beach runs the  esplanade, whatever that is, and scattered  in careless profusion along this (what I  said before) are numerous benches which  you find very handy in case you are out  with so'ne sweet young thing and are  looking for some spot where you can pour  out your soul in adoration at her feet���  I know what you thinking now : Shall we  kill him or let him suffer. Earnest Sid, I  think its the climate uncovering this streak  of romance in me, I didn't have these  spasms at the coast.  The boss left a couple of days ago to  take a trip down your way, said he was  going down to look around, and see if he  could get any new ideas for the Opera  House (if there's any new scheme leave  it to htm, he'll land them). We're still  knocking out home runs at the Opera  House and people are beginning to coma  out of their trance and realize what good  stuff we are putting on. We've got a  pianist who can certainly tackle the  ivories, he plays music that suits the pictures. You know how it is in some shows,  a picture of a wedding comes on the  screen and the pianist plays a funeral  march. I've known some cases in real life  where this would do but it sounds very  burn at the pictures.  i ou remember I told you in my last  letter that victory waa perching on our  banner, well she fell off yesterday with a  dull and sickening thud. The boys went  up to Vernon on Tuesday, and some of  them must have gotten their feet crossed  for we lost 6-2. Well, never mind, we  can't always expect to wear the chaplet of  victory on our classic brow, and this defeat will but spur us on to renewed effort,  With all due apologies to the poet,  "Kelowna crushed to earth, will rise  again."  Now Sid get busy with your little  Waterman and answer this right away,  and when you have saved up $16.85 leave  that city of gloom and come and bask ii  the life-giving sun of Kelowna.  Yours as ever,  JIMMY.  P.S.���On later information we find we  ware not playing Vernon on Tuesday but  Seattle.  Rich Cut Glass  For June Brides  Out Cut Glass is of that beautiful clear variety that reflects  myriad scintillating rainbow hues when placed upon the table.  Each piece is cut and polished by hand, special attention being  given to deep faceting, a quality so much lacking in the inferior  grades of cut glass.   Call in to-day. $2 to $40  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QIMUTY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C  'Phone 270  ANCUCAN  St Michael and All Angela* Church,  Heir Communion, first end third Sundays in  month at f a.m.; aecond and fourth  Sundayi, after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on ths first and third Sundaya.  Moraini Prayer at 11   o'clock;;   Evening Prayar at  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  First and third Sunday in month, HolyCommunirn  at 8 a.m.   Matins and Litany, II a.m.  Evensons 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina ana Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rer. C. H. MEYRICK, Assistant Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Praabylarian Churoh, Kelowna.  Morning Senriooa at tl a.m.; evening sen-icetat 7:30  .    JP'm'   SunfV-r School at 2.30 p.m.  Weakly Prayer Meeluii on Wedneedaye st ��� p.m.  R.v. A. DUNN. B.D., Pastor.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91 - - ��� ��� On call day and night  BENVOULIN PRESBYTERIAN  0HUBGH  BETHEL CHURCW  Sarvica 7.30 p.m.      Sunday Schaol 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Sanica II a.m.      Sunday School 10 a.m.  CLENMORE  Sarvica 3.43 p.m.      Sunday School 3 p.m.  iVr. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Paator  METHODIST  K.lowna Mathodiat Church.  Sabbath S.nHe�� at 11 a.m. and 7r JO p.m.  Sunday School at 3,30 p.m.  Mldwaak aarvica Wadaaaday at 6 p.m.  RIV. J. W. DAVIDSON. MA,. B.D.. Paator  BAPTIST  Kelowna Daptiat Church, fcjlioe St.  Sabbath Sanloaa at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School al 2.30 p.m.      All walooma.  Wad. 7.30. Re.. D. J. Walah. P.ato  BEDDING  PLANTS  NOW READY  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  It hat been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  " The photographer in your town "  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lesrei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Les.es Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 s.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 s.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  ���Phono No. 109  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' snd Genta' Rubber Haeb  of ths Beat Malcea  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  R.EAL ESTATE  .LOANS  INSURANCE  Phone 217  Leckie Block  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender to  Complete Jetty at Steveston, B.C.,'' will be  received at this office until 4.00 p.m., on  Tuesday, June 17, 1913. ior the completion  of the Jetty at Steveston, at the mouth of  the Fraeer River, New Westminster B.C.  Plans, specifications and form of contract  can be seen and forma of tender obtained  at this Department and at the offices of  C. C. Worefield, Esq., District Engineer,  New Westminster, B.C.; F.W. Alymer, Esq,  District Engineer, Chnee, B.C.; and on ap-  glication to tha   Postmaster  at  Steveston,  . C.  Wmm$M  IN THE  Summer  time.  *s��-  IN THE GOOD OLD SUMNER TIME YOV WILL ADD  MUCH TO YOUR JOYS IF YOU EQUIP YOURSELF WITH  A SUPPLY OF OUR SPORTING GOODS. WE KEEP THE  BEST.  IF YOU ARE GOING TO "CAMP OUT." COME IN AND  LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH A HUNDRED THINGS YOU  HAVEN-T YET THOUGHT OF. YOU GO FOR FUN. WHY  NOT HAVE IT?  KEEP YOUR FOOD FRESH IN A "KELOWNA" RE-  FRIGERATQR.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucaeaaora to the Morriaon-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Office snd Shop: /mytxI A   D f  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, RC  TO  RENT  Thre very desirable Dwelling Houses  in town.    Furnished or unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  r,     o  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.G  Dr. ORNER-  SIGHT SPECIALIST <u* *i K.miooP.)  hss now permanently located in Kelowna in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real Estate,  Raymer Block  -     28 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE     -  A Perfect and Scientific Examination Free  Accuracy and satisfsction guaranteed KELOWNA 1ECORD  Thursday, June 6  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9to 12 a.m.; 2 to5 p,m-  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2��, 4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand.  Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May 1st, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE   "  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS.Ld.  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. & K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  PURE  ICE CREAM  ICE  PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.   FLEET,  'Phone 24 Headquarters :   Brooke's Livery  It has been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  "The photographer in your town "  ir  SEALED TENDERS addressed to (he  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender to  Complete Jetty at Steveston, B.C./' will be  received at this office until 4.00 p.m., on  Tuesday, June 17, 1913, for the completion  of the Jetty at Steveston, at the mouth of  the Fraser River, New Westminster B.C.  Plans, specifications and form of contract  can be seen and forms of tender obtained  at this Department and at the offices of  C. C. Worsfield, Esq., District Engineer,  New Westminster, B.C.; F.W. Alymer, Esq,  District Engineer, Chase, B.C.; and on application to the Postmaster at Steveston,  B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders wilt not be considered unless made on  the printed forms supplied, and signed  j with their actual signatures, otntii.g their  occupations and places of residence. In  the case of firms, the actual signature, the  nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  ��� Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the peraon  tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to tin so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque will be  returned.  The Department does not bind itself to  accept the lowest or any tender.  By Order.  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 16, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at the next  statutory meeting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna, I,  Atthur Peabody, intend to apply for a re  it<-whI of my licence to sell liquor by retai  in the premises known as the Palace Hote  situated on the north side of Bernard Avenue, between Water Street and Pendozi  Street, in the City of Kelown?, B. C.  Dated the 15th day of May, 1913.  25-28  The Wise Housewife  will have her blankets washed at the Kelowna Steam  Laundry before putting them  away. Those who have  already   tried   say our work  Is Just Lovely  'Phone 159  FOR THE  CHICKENS  Ground Bone 25 lb. sks. .7 5  ,, 501b. ��� $1.25  ���    1001b. ,,   $2.50  ��      �����  Beef Scraps    50 lb.  ,,   $2.50  100 lb.  ,,   $4.75  �����      it  Clam Shell     1001b.  ,,   $3.00  Crystal Grit   1001b.  ���   $3.00  Chick Food   1001b.  ���   $5.00  B1BBY3 CREAM  EQUIVALENT  FOR THE CALVES  Per   50 lb. sack  ���    100 lb.    ���  $2.75  $5.25  WANTED! )  2 Conta per word, firat inaertioii and  1 Cant per word each aubaequent  inaertion. minimum 25 enta.  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE  Fir.   Apply Cather.   'Phone B4.     22tl  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holatein Bull, at Harriaa'  Hawkeadale  Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Horae, buggy, and harneaa.   Price $175.  Apply P.O. Box 12. IStf  FOR RENT  10  acrea  improved land with water, at  Rutland.    Apply Robert Hughea, Box 62,  Kerrisdele, Vancouver, B.C.  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian  Fruit  Landa Co.  Ltd., having completed conatruction work  have (or aala a number of teame and   ain-  gle horaea of all gradee, at very reaaonable  E rices.   Alao aeveral acta  of  good  work  arneaa.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  FOR SALE  Cheap, one   bay   pony mare.   May be  ridden or driven.   Apply Box 152.    2ltf  FOR SALE  Young Piga ; regiatered Berkshire firat-  claaa breeding atock ; alao Egg, for hatch.  ing-Barred Rocks, Buff- Orpingtone, r.-c.  Rhode laland Reda, r.-c. Brown Leghorna.  Apply J. Bateman. Vernon Road, Kelowna. 22tf  FOR SALE  20 acrea line fruit and hay land, aix  milea from Kelowna on Vernon road ; alio  7-roomed houae and two fine building lota  on Wilaon avenue. All at very attractive  figurea. Inquire F, S. Coatea, Lakeview  Hotel. 23tf  FOR SALE  Thia ia for a bargain-hunter. 20 acrea,  all under cultivation. 700 two.year-old  treea, houae, good water, otc. Price $375  per acre. Wilt take lota or city property  aa part payment for quick aale. ror particulara write to Box D," Kelowna Record."  24tf  TENDERS WANTED  To put up 60 tona hay.   Could  arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling.   O,  A. Peaaa, Creekaide, Kelowna. 2Jtf  WANTED  Apprentice for aewing. Apply Mra. Far-  rell. Ellia St. S. 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball bearing  bicvele wheel,, and aingle aet driving liar-  , neia in first-class condition.   Engliah  sad-  dle and bridle. Apply P.O. Box 251.   25lf  WANTED  Cheap horae, auitable  for farm  work,  Addreaa Box I, Wilaon Landing.  FOR SALE  Good brooder, cheap.    C. H. Leathley,  Rutland. x  FOR SALE  Canadian   Swenaon   etump-puller,   full  .equipment, cheap   for  caah ;    alao  good  work horae, 1,500 lba.    Heavy team   harneaa.    Norman Day, Kelowna. 27-9  FURNISHED BEDROOM  for one or two gentlemen. Good locality.  Telephone. Apply Box J, Kelowna Record  FOR SALE  Yearling barred rock hena. Good laying  atrain.   Apply C. H. Leathley, Rutland,   x  PIANO TO RENT  with careful family.   Box 222, Kelowna.  27-8  FOR SALE  Well drilling machine, capable of boring  6-inch holea, complete with  all  too la, in  good working order.   Box 573, Kelowna.    27-8  POSITION WANTED  Care  of  children, plain aewing or light  houaework.   M. M., Box 222, Kelowna.    27-8  WANTED  Good houae-parlourmaid.   No waahing.  Wagea $25 per month. Mra.Hutton, Bred-  on Hill, Weat Summerland. 27-8  WELL BORING  Wanted contracta  for  boring wells for  water.   Box 573, Kelowna. 27-8  PASTURE  A limited number of horaea or cows  taken at T. C. Kerr's ranch.    Good   feed  and water.   A. Lance. 28.0  SITUATION REQUIRED  -  aa home help ; experienced.   State aalary.   Apply S., box 257, Kelowna.        28  FOR SALE  Driving horae, buggy and harneaa.   All  in perfect condition.   Box 448 x  WANTED  Furniahed   House,   for  two   or  three  months.   Apply at Richmond'a Store.  28-31  FOR SALE  Good team and aet of  double harneaa,  cheap.   Apply Richmond'a Store.      28-!  FOR SALE  Springer Spaniel dog.   Regiatered pedigree applied  for.    Well  trained ;   good  worker.   Box 279. 28  FOR SALE  Cheap, Horae, four years old.  Box 473.  28  FOR SALE  Mahogany  dining-room furniture and  mission   living-room furniture,   at   once.  Box 473. 28  LOST  Lady's brown   rain coat, between the  new English church and the south end of  Ethel atreet,     Apply Mra. Cameron, Gui-  aachan. 28  IN POUND  Bay work team. One has two white  feet, white atrip on face, branded R on  right hip. Other branded We on 7  right ahoulder, white star M on forehead, three white lege. Both geldings.  Cal. Blackwood, Poundkeeper. 28-9  IN POUND  Bay mare, two-year.old, three white  feet, white atar on forehead, no brand,  wire cut on neck, left aide. If not claimed  within 15 daya will be aold. Cal. Black,  wood, Poundkeeper. 28  ICE  Wholesale or retail delivered to any p it  of the city  at the same old pricea.  Apply to H, B. BURTCH  or 'phone 3304

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