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 VOL VI.  NO. 33.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JULY 9. 1914.  $1.50 Per  Fell fifty Feet lo  loft io Canyon  Fouled Rope Throws Carpenter from High Trestle Bridge  Narrow Escape From  Burning Building  Japanese Occupants Asleep  When Alarm Turned In  SECEDINC MINERS DYNAMITE UNION HAU,  The Union Hull at Itutte, Montana,' the morning after it was dynamited  ���by miners who had seceded from the Western Federation of Miners. Charles  Mover, president of the Western Federation wus holding a meeting inside  the hall and miners who wero dissatisfied with tbe Federation wore holding  a reorganization meeting on the outside. In the midst of the excitement  someone fired shots' from the windows of the hall killing sevoral of the miners outside. They in turn opened fire on the hn'l and later dynamited il  despite the efforts of the leader, William "Muck" McDonald to prevent it.  McDonald iB ihe idol ot tho miners and has heen elected president of the seceding organisation which will be independent of the Western Federation  and ihe I. W. W.  Tax Rale Will Be Twenty-Four Mills  Council May Hold Tax Sale���Police Chief's Monthly  Report is Interesting Document  By.law 103, st. '-ing ilii-s-ate oi taxation for i<he oity at 34 mills received  its third reading at the meeting laat  Friday morning. The rate will be ap-  , portioned as follows: Debenture Interest and sinking fund, 11* mills; sohool  purpoees, 6 mills; general purposes, 7  mills. The total amount required for I  , debenture payments is 130,031.47, for  sohool purposes 117,035.50 (11,560.15  to be raised outside the city); and lor  general expenses 119,104.67.  Rebate for prompt payment will be  allowed on the general tax amounting  to one-sixth, if paid on or before the  fifteenth of September, or one-tenth  before iho first of November.  The   problem presented by the large  amount of taxes in arrears and     the  advisability of holding a iax sale was  tha subject of a good deal of discussion.   It warn decided that the     clerk  should consult the city solicitors    as  to the* necessary procedure to be   followed in holding a lax sale and   also  to obtain their opinion respecting tne  acceptance    of part payment of taxes  INTERESTING REPORT BY  CHIEF OF POLICE  Chief of Police Thomas submitted his  report for the month past as follows;  Crime  There was no    serious crime during  the month.  Traffic  Since assuming my duties 1 have noticed that a large number of people do  sot observe the most important .rules  of the road, surh ns keeping to the  left and pawing nn tne right hand  tide when overtaking other vehicles.  Also, when turning corners they fail  to keep olose in or make a wide sweep  as the ease may be. For instance, vehicles travelling east along Bernard  Avenue and then turning south into  Pendoii street should make a wide  ! sweep, whereas those travelling north  along Pendozi Btreet snd turning into  Bernard avenue hug the corner, keeping as close as possible.  '  I often moot yo.rg hoys on bicycles,  who, when meeting other traffic, seem  to have no idea which way to turn. If  only for their own safety these young  people should be instructed by their  parents as to the rules of the road  before being allowed on the streets.  Owing to the proximity o' Kelowna  to the failed States, and the large  number of people in the city who come  from the prairie provinces, whjre the  rule ol the road ia "keep to the right"  it might lie advisable at curtain  points to erect finger posts with  "Keep to the I.clt" in large letters.   |  Mill another life was added to the  toll1 which it se,ms must inevitably be  'exacted in the buld'n; of a railway,  especi.ili'y such a one as the - Kettle  j Valley, which abounds in difficult and  d njer0us work. A mm named Hen  iv Mnthicson, a Swid-, was preoiti-  tated Inst Suud; y morning from the  lop of n tro.it'o bridge whiih spans  the Canyon, and his menrled rennins  were i iolitd up fi.'ty feet below. I  Mail ioion and another man were :it  work, placing timber in the trestlo  work construction, when the rope  dangling from an overhead cable crane  hejuni." entangled w'th a heavy log '  near them, and without warning this  log swung round and struck the two  un ik Mathieson was at once knocked  off the bridge into space, but his companion though bruised badly maniged  to retain his hold.  Mathieson died with'n ,, few minutes  of being picked up, a pitiful muss of  crushed body and broken bones. Ue  was brought down to Kelowna anl  plaoad in Minn's undertaking parlors,  when nn enquiry was held Monday  morning in the course of which,  though the terrijle nature of the disaster was dieply deplored by all1 eon-  cerned it wns admitted that no blame  could be attached to anyone in particular.  The funeral lo:>k place Tuesday and  was attended by the looal  lodge nf Oddfellows, the unfortunite  man hj\in; apparently belonged to  that order from nn emblem which h"  was wearing ai the time. Beyond the  man's name very little was known of  him locally, and enquiries were nt  once -instituted by the police by wiring to addresses,given in some correspondence found In his pocket*. The  result of these has since elicited the  Information that Mnthicson was a  widower with two ohildren, living in  Seattle.    He was 54 years old.  New Business for Kelowna  Motor Cars  I have not observed any drivers exceeding the spued limit, but many neglect to sound their horns when    ap-  (Continued on Page Ta)  Judgment in Empress Inquiry  Saturday Next  The judgment of the commission  which enquired into tha wreck of th*  Empress of Ireland will ba delivered  next Saturday according lo advices received from Quebec. The collier Storstad, which rammed and sunk ths  Empress in the St. Lawrence River-on  May Sir; was sold Tuesday in the admiralty court for 1175,000. It is understood that the purchasers were the  original owners. The Storstad was  held as security for damages in a 93,-  000,000 action brought by the Canadian Pacific railway, owners of the  Empress against the collier. She will  be reteaaed as soon as the purchase  money is paid.  Bishop of Columbia Here Sunday  Dr. Roper, -bishop of Columbia will  [preach at both morning and evening  service* at St. Michael and All Angel's  churoh on Sunday next, tho 13th inst.  | The bishop hi on a visit to the Okau-  agan Deanery for the purpose of conducting a Retreat for tho clergy at  Okanagan Centra, Ho is om ol the  most learned and eloqurnt preachers of  the Anglican church in Canada.  ' 0   The beginning of next month     will  see another business enterprise launched in Kelowna in the shape of a new  dry goods and ladies ready-to-wear  store, which is to be started by Jer-  inan 4c Co. The person principally interested in the business is Mr. J*rman  Hunt, who is in a sense a local man,  having been resident for some months  in Glenmore, where he owns property,  Mr. Hunt comes originally from the  old country, but he has been i in Canada ' for some yeurs. He has had  many years experience in the dry  goods business, ho'h in Eigland nnd  in eastern points on this side, and is  thus familiar io an unusual degree  [with the best markets for ladies wear.  He has taken for his store tbe premises at present occupied by the J. A.  Morrison Co., plumbers and in tbe  hands of Mr, W. Easton, this will bo  remodelled and fitted up in a high  class style.  It is Mr. Hunt's intention to confine  [his business solely to ladies wear and  household dry goods, no men's goods  being carried, snd a comprehensive  and first-rate stock will be installed  as soon aa the shelves are ready. We  wish Mr, Hunt every success In his  venture.  To the |;ro.aptitude ol the night  man at the livery barn on I<eon live  nue in rousing the occupants of thc  ���Japan se store opposite with Ih ���  startl ng information that thoir place  was on fire, the proprietor. T. Wivuke  and his wi.e probably owe the'r lives.  As it Was, as soon as thy were mu'lc  to realize their danger they had lo  1 olt out ot bed and into the street  with thtir clothes under lh��:r urois,  to escape the rush nf fames v-lich  rapid y enveloped the whole rear af the  buildin.'.  It 'wus about 1.30 a.m. Saturday  morn ��� % that the niht man st; ruling  outside the door of th ��� barn noticed  a I.rid glare in th. wndiwa of the  Jap store opposite. At once realizing  that the plaoe wus on fire he ran over  to try and rouse the occupants who  weresleeping in the bedroom over the  store. He was unsuccessful at first,  and ran hack into the barn to give  the alarm to tho brigade, I'll n ho  returned and renewed his efforts to  v.a';e tho sleepers, which he finally  sucVc ded in d nf. My the time the  living room behind thc store and a  lean to kitchen at the rear were nil  ablaze, and the firo was making its  v.ay into tbe second storey.  Some efforts wero made to rescue  coins, of thc goods from the store, but  only two showcases were taken out,  and these were tadly damaged in the  process.  Tho brigade had a hard struggle  when they arrived. .  The buildin; was a frame structure j  and the fire had run up into the rafters where it was hard to get astreaia  ofwater into action, and very little ol  tho build nr was left whole when the  [lire was at length got under control.  No cause can be assigned lor the lire,  though it is surmised that some defect in the electric wiring may have  been r, s xmsljle.  'Ihe damage to the building and.ths  dock is estimated at about 12500,  none ol whieh unfortunately is covered  by insurance.  It is Mr. Miyuke's intention to patch  up the r.malns of the building for  temporary accommodation and tin i 1.1  rebuild at an early date.  IN REVOLUTION RIDDEN ALBANIA  The western hemisphere is not alone in the honor of nursing a rebellion  in her midst for Europe is tho scene of revolt as well. The new King of  Albania, Prince William of Wied is having a difficult time in remaining on  his throne. Almost from the time he landed at Dumz/o, the Albanian capital, strife and discord in the little kingdom hus been rampant. The photograph shows a oompany of Italian Bailors throwing up a temporary breastwork in front of tho Italian legation n l)urnzzo before the last attack  which the rebels made on the city. In ths Durazzo harbor ar* several foreign battleships which have landed murines and sailors in order to protect  foreicn property. At one time the n;w King fled to safety on board an  Itul'un cruiser.  Special MeefiiiajiMftHril of Trade  Report of Finance Committee���Appointment of  New Secretary  Great British Statesnao  . is laid to lest  Joseph Chamberlain Succumbs  to Long Illness  Owing to financial difficulties experienced by the clubs 0 tte B. 0. 1.  league the games lor this week were  not played and a meeting of the  league is being held today to discuss  I ol solution.  Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Carruthers and  children were amongst the arrivals by  Wednesday's boat, having just returned from the old oountry where Mr.  Carruthers represented local companies  They were accorded a hearty welcome  Irom numerous friends..   O���������  Mrs. Johnson of the government  telegraph office left this morning for a  visit to Taeosna. Mr. Millie' will meanwhile officiate ai the rei-te-tet. It  is expected by the way that Mrs.  Johnson's Son, Reid will shortly take  charge of the instrument at th* C.P.R.  offioe.  [Championship Competitors Must  Be Registered.   .  At the Kolowng Annual'Regatta to  be held iu Kelowna on Wednesday ind  'Ih'irsday, 13th and 13th of August no  [|orson will be eligible to com|>ete   for  the R. C. Championship events, % vis-  one mile swimming and diving competitions unless lie be a registered mem-  licr ol Some swimming Club affiliated  with the Canadian Amateur Swimming  Association-    As the   Kelowna Swimming Club in    the Okanagan Valley,  the secretary, Mr. H. Goodo wit)    be  pleased to furnish further information.  Fee, 11.50, including registered badge.  The directors of the Kelowna Aqua-  tie Association are busy making preparation for the anuual regatta whioh  will    take   plaoe    on Wednesday and  Thuraday 13th and 13th August, and  the'   programme   will    be a specially  good    one this    year, including two  championship events for II. I'.      One  mile swimming snd diving, and ninny  novel attraction*.  The body of Joseph Chamberlain,  the Unionist leader who for many  years occupied B prominent position iu  British politics, was buried Monday  iu Hockley cemetery in the constituency he long represented in the House  of Commons. His death took plaoe  last Thursday at the age ol 78 years,  after an illness extending over several  years.  A memorial service was attended by  the lord mayor of Minn ogham, the  members of the city counoil and other  oivic dignitaries, (  Mrs. Chamberlain, who never left liar  husband's aide since he was stricken  with paralysis seven years ago and his  son, Austen Chamberlain, were with  the ex-statesman when death occurred  at his London residence. The sad  I event has cast a gloom over the London season which was at its height.  Mr. Chatti'iorlain's last publio appearance was at a garden party in the  groundsjof h's Mirmiitgh'am house on  May 6th, when his wife and son received se.eral hundred constituents.  He Was wheeled out on the lawn in Ml  inva id's*.chair/, and appeared feeble  and amaciated, hut he acknowledged  feebly the salutes of his fr'inIs anl  mlghbor*. His onco brilliant brain  limine very weak toward tho last.  In the death of Mr. Chamberlain is  removed one ol the' last of those jU'-ut  personalities which dominated British  politics in the latter part of the last  [century. With the exception ol the  G. 0. M��� the late W. E. Gladstone, no  oue statesman during tho last Mly  years baa so dominated and impressed  Ipublic Kfe and policy ol Great Britain  so much aa Mr. Chamberlain.  A special meeting of the Board of  Trade was he'd Tuesday evening for  the purpose of making.some arrangements for the secretarial work of the  Board, a vacancy having been created  by the resignation of Mr. Beaver  Jones.  President S.T. Elliott took the  chair and the following report of the  f'nunoe committee, at the head of  which is .Mr. W. Ii. Benson, was read:  On the .'tilth June, Mr. Beaver Jones  hurriedly culled u meeting of the ois-  ecutive to hand over the affairs of the  Kelowna Hoard of Trade, prior to his  departure from the town. As a quorum was nut present nt this meeting,  the finanoe committee were requested  to take charge until the next monthly  meeting of the board.  Mr. Beaver Jones left for Calgary cn  Wednesday morning 1st July.  We find that the financial affairs of  tha board are approximator)' a< follows;  Cash in bank     P.t.Tf!  Accounts to be collected      34 CO  I'npaid dues, considered good   502.50  M5S.33  There arc dues, of which the  the callection is doubtful  amounting to     160.00  Mr, C. W.    Hordes and   Mr.   L. B.  tfiiueou left this morning for England.  1718.33  Carried on the books there ia a further sum of 1680.00 lor dues unpaid,  and wgirh ths oommittee consider bad.  The total liabilities of the board as  diown by Mr.    Beaver Jones amount  to 1571.88.  Of   this   amount   there is  probably 1356, payment of which could  be deferred for some months if negotiations were immediately entered Into  [with     the   creditors, four in number.  The balance of the liabilities are various small amount and should be paid  without delay.  To pay these without delay it is necessary to have a'l the fees whioh we  j consider good, collected at once. ff  this were dona, il would leave on hand  a balanoe of over WOO to carry on  with until thc city council can give  us definite assurance of their grant  for the year. In order to havo all fees  poaeibli collected we would recommend  lhHt a secretary be appointed for a  term of three months at a salary of  #35 per month, and that every member in arrears be written to. asking  for payment or for his resignation.  Any resignations received would be  planed before the next Board meeting  for acceptance or rejection.  tl a member do not reply, further  action should be considered.  In the statement for laat year, there  is a large sum shown among tbe assets as "Subscriptions I'npaid." We  Inli-ve this misleading, and any accounts which cannot be collected  should be struck out, and a true statement arrived at. As far as we know,  the only immediate need of funds, except for current expenses and paying  off liabilities, is for new booklets, and  it is suggested that the oity might  assist in thfs matter, so that the new  booklets could be prepared and print-  id without further delay.  We are informed by Hr. Beaver Joaes  that there is    a    shipment of     preserved fruits in the C.P.R. warehouse,  delivery    of which    should be taken.  There are no charges against it.  W. G. BENSON.  W. E. ADAMS.  H. G. PANGMAN.  1 pon receipt o' this report, said  Mr. '  Elliott a meeting of the executive had  been held to consider it, and also Ihe  various applications, eight in num' er,  which had been received for the position of secretary.     As a result of this  Consid ration the executi.e had derided to recommend the appointment of  Mr. N. I). MoTavish for a period    of  three months, at a salary of 135 pur  month.     It was stated that Mr.    MoTavish was eminently    fitted   lor the  duties of secretary having been familiar with the work of the Board ior a  num'ier of years.  The appointment    was unanimously  indorsed.  Rutland News  '���mm ear en OorreeDoaaleal.i  The .old Rutland school and grounds  are to be purchased by the presbyter-  ians, who will remodel the interior for  use as a church.  Hutlandera are all busy this week  haymaking. Thee idea' weacher ior  this work make* the fanner smile. The  crop of early potatoes has exceed"! all  expectations and what is more important, good prioe* are being realize'!.  H ie Important that every ratepayer  should attend the annual me.iing of  the sohool 'district to be held on Saturday evening at 8 p.m., at the new  school. All who contribute to the  [expense* should feel interested enough  I to oome and hear now the taxes have  been expended, and show the trustees  that they havo the confidfnee of Ih.i  district. ���...-U'ltJ)"..  nejsjs^sarapassesi  PAGE TWO.  KELOWNH RECORD  Publi*h��d iwy Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Ratoi:  $1.50   per rmt;   7So.. iU   months    UniteJ  StaiM 10 onti additional.  AU rabtwriptioiu MvabU in advance.  Advartiaing Ratw:  LODUB NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  _ ETC., 25  centi per column Inch  per  wt*k.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTTCKS-SO days. $5;  60 dan. 17.  WATER N0T1UES-J9 (or live insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISINO-Firil inssrtion. 12  canta par Una; eaoh anbaaqtlent Insertion. 8  oanta par Um.  CLASSIFIED ADVEBTIBBMENTS-2 wnta par  word tint inaertioa, 1 oent par word etvl  anbaaanaat inaartion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEHENTS-Two Incliet  and under, 80 oanta per inoh firat inaertion  over two iaahaa 410 cent* par inoh firat in  aartloa; SO oanta per inch each subaeauant  inaertioa.  All oaaaiea In contract ndveriiHPm -nis must  ba in tha handa of tha printer bv Tuaadat  avanint    to    eneura   publication   in  the    next  taenia  Subacriban at tbe reuulur rata can have  astra paper, nailed to frienda nt a distant*  at HALF RATE, I.e., 75 oanta oar vcar.  Thia apodal privilege If .minted (or the  ptu-poaa of advartiainr tba citv and district.  New Officers at Baptist  Convention  Will Meet at Summerland  Next July  The following offioora were elected at  tho closing of the Baptist convention  Monday  night  at  Vancouver.  President, Rev, P, C. Parker,   B. A.;  first vice-president, Dr. Sawyer, M.  A.; Hocond vice-president, Mr. James  Heekie; secretary-treasurer. Rev. 1?.  W, Auvache. ���  Sunday School committee.���Kev. J,  W. Williamson, Charles BenthaU,  Mr. Carmichael, IJ. Witter, Mrs.  Ward Burpee.  Baptist Young People's Society.���  Rev. E. J. Chase, Rev. J. T. Marshall, Fraser MoDougaH, A. J. Passage.  Social service committee.���Bev. W.  Stevenson, Rev. B. -J. Woleh, Rev, D.  R. Hatt, Rev. C. W. King, Rev. O.K.  Kendall, Rev. C. W. Corry, Rev. A.  W. McLeod, C. W. Woodworth.  Program Commit tot;.��� Pastor of entertaining church, president of convcn-1  tion, president of women's convention, I  secretary-treasurer of convention, ���!. I  J. Wallace, A. B. McNeil, J. W. Litch. I  State of religion    committee.��� Row '  ('. W. King,   Dr.    Rolrert     Cameron.  Rev. K. Kendall.    Rev. I). G.  McDon-'  aid. x j  Ordination committee.��� Dr. Perry, I  Dr. A. P. McBiannid.  Obit uaify committee.��� Rev. Robert  l.cnnie, Rev. D. G. McDonald, Rev.  G. D. Blunden.  Al the afternoon session a resolution  was passed endorsing the policy of the  management of the Okanagan College  and calling on the Baptist congregations of the-province to clear off tho  indebtedness of thc institution, approximately |50,000, and to raise 9150-1  (iH0 for endowment purposes. ���  A   recommendation  was  brought     in  r I  asking  the  Dominion government     to.  appoint " royal commission to in itilro  into the ooal strike and  mining    conditions   on Vancouver Islam! and   tin-  othi-r reaffirming  the belief  that   total '  prohibition was Ihe only solution     of.  Ihe  liquor question,    but   nt   th'same  time favoring  local  option  for  Britisl.  Columbia as in  the best  interests    of  the province at  present.    Both resold-  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JXJI^Y 0, 1914  lions were concurred in, but an effort  was made to have the second cn-) al-1  tored. It was pointed out that if j  they ask for prohibition they might !  get local option, since it was not the '  habit of the government to grant aU  that  was asked for.  Another resp'ut'ou was iniorstd setting apart March 1.5 us a Sunday on  which* all the Raptfrt churches will  celebrate the 100 years of feice between the United States and Canada's  and one commendin-r the gbinr prominence to evangelical work in the Sunday schools and OIJB approv'tij of tho  duplex envelope system of giving towards all ehirch and mission  hinds.  The next convention ie lo lake place  in Summerlancj next Jul v.  GIL LETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  The llritish army will buy 1H biplanes from on" German maker and  the navy 12 hydroplanes from another. German war scares are good  for trade.  *tu"i icon c����.no -run eiMtnO* **��� ""j  ^G'LLETT~ANYUHlg  ^"G      TORriMTr. r\HT     HO"*^  TORONTO OUT.    HaqjjV  ������������������x��M��x��x��:��:~x..:..:..w..:.  *  ONE    .STROKE OK A B10I.1. *  IN' A THICK FOG DOES NOT .>  GIVE     ANY    LASTING   IM- ���>  PRUSSIAN    OF   ITS    L00A- ���:���  TION,    HUT   WHEN FOLLOW- ���:���  ED BY UEI'IOATED STROKES *  AT    REGULAR    INTERVALS *>  THE DENSEST FOG OR THE *  DARKEST NIGHT CAN    NOT ���>  I.ON'li CONCEAL ITS WHERE- ���:���  ABOUTS. LIKEWISE    A  SIN- ...  riLIC INSERTION OF AN  AD- ���>  .  VERTISEMENT-AS COMI'AR- a>  ED    WITH    REGULAR    AND *  .  SYSTEMATIC "ADVERTISING *  .   IS IN ITS EFFECT NOT UN- *  .  LIKE     A     SOUND     WHICH, *>  ���   HEARD  BUT FAINTLY ONCE e>  ���  IS   LOST   IN    SPACE    AND ���>  i   SOON FOHCOTTEN. t>  i ��>*��� ���*****�� *J* *t**t**J�� ���*��� ****** *J��*J**J**J******* ���>J��>��>J����>*a>***>��*��>  STUDY YOUR MOODS  People ruled by thc mood of pWm  attract to th m pi omy things. Tho  hopi ful. confident and cheerful attract  the elements of success. A man's  front or back yard will advertise that  man's ruling mood in (ho way it is  kept. A woman nt home shows h��r  state of mind ia bur dress. A slattern  advertises ihe ruling mood of hopelessness, carelessness end lack of system.  Uugs, tatters and dirt are always in  the mood before being on t ho body.  The thought that is most put out  bring its corresponding visible element lo crystallize about you as Hurt*  ly and literally as the visible bit of  copper in solution attracts to it the  Invisible copper in that solution. Every thought of, yours has a literal  value to you in evory possible way.  fn whatever mood you set your mind  does your spirit receive an unseen substance in correspondence with thot  mood.���Prentice Mulford.  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  Annual Summer  Clearance Sale  Commences Friday, July 10th, at 8 a.m., and Ends Saturday, July 25th  Sensational Price Reduction for Cash Only  A lot of men wait for our Sales as thev know our Reductions are genuine. We only have two sales a year���at the  end of the Winter and Summer Seasons. When we say there are heaps of Bargains to choose from, you can take  our word for it.   Most of the Summer Goods, all high-class merchandise, have been cut down to cos! and less.    All  odd lots at Half cost and less  In the best society the  luncheon goodies used  are the kinds we sell.  That means that when you wish  to give your family or friends a  treat you show wisdom in choosing from our extensive stock. Our luncheon  goodies add to your reputation as a hostess and  give increased delight to your family. A selec-  of all the best and most delicious is carried. You  can pick delicacies here to please all tastes.  Big Cash Special for Saturday  Pickles, sweet, sour, &c, &c, Reg. 40c and 45c  Saturday, 30c bottle  .Stfat  THE STWEOFPLENTMr  .a aa ������ ta ����� ������ at ��a ���* ������ ���� ����  tt tt  �� PROFESSIONAL AND ��  BUSINESS CARDS  ��  ���  READ THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS  Men's Two and Three-Piece Suits  Men's two and three-piece suits, made by the best  makers in Canada  Values to $12.50 Sale price, $ 6.50  ..    15.00       10.50  Men's  These are' all solid leath  Up-to-date lasts  Reg. $3.75 and $4.  ','.,  ���    4.50   ���     5  ,.    5.00   ���    6.50....  Shoes  er. Some are leather lined.   Sale price, $2.80  ���      ���   20.00  25 00        14.50  1850   r      ���     3.80       ���       ���     4.80  ��nnn  77".0  ���    7.00   ���     7.50       5.80 '  All This Seasons Men's Straw Hats at Half Price  Men's Soft Collars  20 doz. Stripes, Blues.  Nearly all sizes in stock  Reg. 25c.   Sale, each 5c  Mens Caps  Reg. value, 50c. .  Sale price        10c  Men's Linen Hats  Reg. 75c and $ I  Sale price       2uC  Stetson Hats  Reg. $4 and $4.50  Sale price     S2ao5  Men's Balbriggan Underwear, Reg. $1.25 and $1.50; Sale 95c Suit  S. C. ROWLEY ' F REYNOLDl  .M..n.l.C.E..A.M.C.n.Soc,C.E.        B.C.LSl  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers snd Und Suraenorij  Water Supply. Inifettea, Subdiviaiona, mi.  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. B.C  R. B. KERR  ��� Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. tl  B.C,  WEDDELL & 0RIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit'e Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  Men's Underwear  In Cream and Cream and Blue  Stripe Balbriggan. Shirts and  Drawers  Reg. 50c and 60c per garment  Sale     25C     ���  Men's Work Shirts  The famous H.B.K. brand  Reg. $1.00 Sale, 65c .  ���       1.50   $1.15  1.75 and $2     ���     1.35  Men's Pants  Tweed and Worsted Pants  Values to $2.50 Sale, $1.50  3.50     2.35  4,50     3.35  5.00     4.35  6.50     5.35  Panama Hats��� *���   One-third Off    I WhiteCanv'sShoes,rg.3.25-$1.50   1���^seaaereeaa���aaaaaaeaaa..���  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Htwetson Block, Kalowna   .   'Phons 206  P.O. Bos, 90?  J, Crowley Block  P.Q.Boi  0. Box ,26]  Phonofl'l  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd j  BltlTIST  P. 0. Boa MS  Corner Peneozi Street end  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  _|^^^|       mVtmm lessons in ^m  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN Md OROAlfl  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO- Morrlson.Thompsoa Block j  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * MJILDW  Plan* and Specifications Prepareit  and estimates given (or publicBuildl  ings,Town ana Country Residence.]  JOHN CURTS.        KELOWN/fl  PHONE No. 9)  C. Harrey. BA, 3c., CE, D.LS, B.C.L.S,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER end   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C  Plume 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD BOYD  Organist snd Choirmaster of Knoi Church  Kolowna, will Not Receive Pupils until  his return (rom tho Old Country in Sap.  limber.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  OVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W- GROVES  . M. Can.Sec.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys aad Repasts on Imaaoon Worka  Applicelioo�� for Water Uceneee  KELOWNA. I.C.  S. W. THAYBR, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (CMosasMeCulUatrerefe)   .  Residence : GLENN AVENUE]  Messuee may ba left at tho otScv  Messrs. Rattenbury 61 Williams  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.o|  <A���^LMS^y>0,,M'���,,  Orgaaist of St. Michael & All Angalij  Church, receives Pupils for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing!  ���mm        Theory, &e.  at his owa or pupils' residence.  Special attention ta ckitirea  P.O. Box 641. TeUpht  Address Abbott Street  .121  CHINESE CONTRACTOR!  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chleeee Mafehaaas aad bevlermeat Oftce  ���WA^Slier ���1Wki THURSDAY, JTOY 9, M4  KELOWNA  RECOBJD  AUTO'S GLd&SY SIDE STOPS  BASEBALL GAME  When, after a long day's run across  the country io an automobile, 0. A.  Lemmon of Cleveland arrived in the  outskirts' ol Dubois, Pa., he.found a  champiol'Ship baseball game in lively  progress, ib  Mr. Lemmon and'the members of hie  patty voted unanimously on a stop  at the ball yard. They rolled into  the park and were assigned space uaai  the foul line baok of third base, and  settled down to await developments.  These developments oame thick and  fast. The Dubois catcher grabbed  blindly to his right for a third strike-  on an opposing faatiman; tbe ball passed on his left. The second man up  rolled a grounder toward the shortstop; the ball eluded his bands and  smote him on his manly chest.  The next batsman lifted a high foul.  Ths third baseman went after it in  a groping way, over-ran it and narrowly escaped death i when the ball hit  him a glancing blow on the head.  While first aid was being administer  ed, Hr. Lemon noted that the players  of both teams wen in animated cou  fercnoe and that they were frequently  pointing toward him and his oar.  The umpire later added his presence  to the conference. Then the entire :or  erie moved toward Hr. Lemmon's position. While he and his party looked  on in a puzzled way, the umpire tnJ  plavers moved about. the oar and pos  tured in various positions.  "That's what's doing it," declarer!  the arbitrator, and advanced toward  the puzzled party in the car.  "Sorry sir," he remarked to Hr.  Lemmon, "'but it you don't move that  car I'll have to call the game."  "Call it? What for?" replied the  astounded motorist.  "Why, on account of reflection, I  guess. The sunshine hits it in a dozen  plaoes trad reflects back into the players' eyes so they can't see the ball."  "Quite a compliment to the finish  of my car" said Hr. Lemmon, "but  I guess we can fix matters up."  They covered the entire side of th*  car with linen dusters and robes and  the game proceeded with the players  handling the ball as accurately as  their adherents had a right to expect.  MANN CUP REMAINS ON  COAST  After winning the Brat game of the  three-game series for the Hann cup by  a sipgie goal tbe Brampton, Ont-. dab  were defeated to the second and third  games by 6 to 2 hud 10 to 7 respectively, making the final total 30 to  14 in favor of the home boys.  The games were very fast throughout  and few penalties Were given out.  Hill and Gillanders of the local c'tb  took part in the last two games and  according to. the reports in coast ex  changes rendered valuable assistance  to their, old team mates. Hill adding  speed to the forward line while Oil-  landers added strength to the defence.  Hill and Gillanders returned to Kelowna yesterday and will appear in  their positions in the local lineup this  afternoon against Armstrong.  FAOITHSKst  ssasmmmsm ���,������  Amusements  FANTAHAS AT THE HASHED BALL  Patrons of the Opera House who  have viewed the previous numbers of  I the "Mysterious H n in Black" series  will certainly make an effort to be  present again on Friday to witness  the fourth production of 4he series.  "Fantomas at the .Masked Ball".is a  thrilling picture anh has many new  and interesting feature*, and of course  tho elusive Fantomas is still a . man  of mystery when the screen darkens.  Somo new looal pictures will be shown  on Saturday.  Read the Record of your town  MISPLACES SYMPATHY  Smypathetio Old Lady (On links):  Dear ma! What a pity lo see such a  respectably dressed young man breaking atones. He has, perhaps, seen better days, poor���"  Caddy: He ain't breaking stone*.  he's playin1 golfl  ROBIN HOOD  The management of the Opera House  have secured for exhibition here on  Friday, the 17th, "Robin Hood" , a  splendid three reel feoturefilm made  by the Thanhouser Co., whose productions are known all over tiie world  as works of art of the highest merit.  "Robin Hood" is undoubtedly a picture of great merit and should prove  intensely interesting to both old nnd  young. It will be shown here for one  day only at the usual prices.  1vV^V*tV3T!M*vJUr^Jt^)0W3fcWjUr^JJr^lJr^M  Public Lectures  Under the Auspices    ���        V_| ______        Kelowna Lodge  of tha IU   fWdOWna   TheoeophicalSocly  - Mr. DAVID S. M. UNGER -  ( (National Lecturer for the Society)  will give Two Lectures in  RAYMErYS SMALL HALL  MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS  JULY 13th AND 14th, AT 8 O'CLOCK  The Public are cordially invited to both lectures,    Monday's subject���  " The Hidden Side of Religions "  Tuesday's subject���  " The Coming Christ"  Lectures will be opened by Piano and Violin Selections by  Miss OATE3 aad Mr. DRURY PRYCE  A collection will be taken up to defray expenses  OF MEN'S WEAR  Sale will commence on Saturday,  i  July 11 th, when every article will  be reduced, but as the main object is to clean up the Summer  Stock there will be larger reductions on all seasonable lines and  also on all Clothing  You can best judge of the values by seeing  them so come and inspect the stock; its no  trouble to show goods  R F. HICKS  Willit's Block  Kelowna, B.C.  Keep Cool!  Here's an Opportunity to Save Money  Only Eight Days Left   Every One a Bargain Day  SATURDAY  SPECIAL  With every 12.00 purebsse of Cranite-  ware and Tinware we will give absolutely free  ONE BROWN EARTHEN TEAPOT  If you buy (4.00 worth you get   two  teipote and so on. You in ly exchange  tho extra ones for value in other articles   of    Ornnitewnre    or    Tinware.  'Ihesc  teapots     netd no introduction,  they make the best tea.  SPECIAL FOR .SATURDAY,  II LY II-  ONLY  Screens & Porch Shades  Why be bothered with flies when you  can keep them out at so small     'ost.  20  PER CENT. OFF REGULAR  PRICES  Ma' e your poich or veranda comfort*  able with Hamboo Shades,  they keep  out the sun.  HAMMOCKS....Only a few left, better  secure one whi'e they are s ling ohetp.  TKNTA FOR CAMPERS.-Wa want to  reduce this line and are nmkinr specially low prices. We have them in  Drill, 8-ciz and 10 os Duck.  Good Refrigerators  To keep food in a wholesome, sanitary  clean and sweet condition you should  have a "Kelowna" Refrigerator, the  provision chamber of which iB ?namel-  led in white. We are showing Refrigerators in our windows this week.  PRICES FROM 110.25 UP  A BIO STOCK  Ice Cream Fro/ere, all *>'>'*��� Folding  Tabl.-s, f ne for servinj ioe cream and  suitable fur use on your lawn, porch  or in your home, all on sale. Reclining Chairs-, Everyth'ng for comfort.  Furniture at Prices Lower  than Catalog Houses  can Quote  Keep baby  HEALTHY,  Linoleum*.   All New Stock  In this section we offer a oompleto  line of patterns, in Floor Cloth, Printed and Inlaid Linoleums. These go at  sale prioos, IS per cent off. -  Special Carpet 4k Rug Prices  You will ve Surprised at the values  offered here. Includes Wiltons, Axmln-  sters, Velvets, Brussels, Tapestries and  Jute. All import stock, splendid colorings.  YOU SAVE DOLLARS BY BUYINO0  NOW  Bedroom Furnishings  Dressers and Chiffoniers in quarter cut  Oak, polished ani Fumed finishes. Mahogany and Satin Walnut, Plain and  Surfaced Oak. The prioes are marked  . lower than they are likely to be again.  Iron Reds, Regular 15.00, Sale It 00.  Woven Wire Springs at 11.80 up. Mattresses from 83.00 up.  Bedroom Chairs, Satin Walnut Chair  and Rocker, por pair 911.00 now 18.75.  White Enamel, Hooker, cane sent, regular 15.00 now 11.00.  SALE ENDS-SATURDAY, JULY 18  ALL SALE PRICES ARE FOR CASH  ONLY  Kitchen Cabined  Eastern made. Maple with llasswoiKl  lop, two seotlons n Draw Din, wide  Drawer and Tray,    8,-londid for ainsll  kitchen  ,  W.WI  l.arg? size, two bins, 2 drawers     nni  tray, Hale prioe    .' ttf.211  Zinc Top, com :Vtr>, with storage Tins  and eanirsters. *  ....   120.00  Now is tho time to buy a Kitchen  Ranvu. We have a big* stock to setect  from. ��� . '- "  6-holc run.o with high closet ...138.50  I hole ntnjs with high Howl ... $.10.00  These are guaranteed goods, and inudu  in Canada.  .    GO-CARTS.  PRICES FROM ��M0 OP  Opm sad ctoss with oaa motion.    UpUletered, bead aad rubber tires.  These are the better trade go-carts  Hardware  Dalgleish & Harding  Furniture PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914  ���i ' ' ' ���      '    "i i in    i   aa  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acres  or more. Planted or implanted. Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Lota, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulara apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  BUcktmitliing done.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apple*, ficc, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office :  9 to 12;  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office:  9 to 12 ;   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  Phone 44 ^(^1*6   Co.,  Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Arc now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  ���sMa^MHaMeMMaTafaTatAMeTMa^nalMal^  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  '    LATH AND SHINGLES  1  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  The Weddells are moving this week  into Dr, Gaddes' old house at tho corner of Hichter and Bernard avenue.  *    e    ft  The Kelowna junior lacrosse team  lott this    afternoon for Vernon   where  thoy wild play this evening.  ��   ��   ��  Mr. William Kilchio sr., a woll known  Summerland resident died last Thursday, at tho ago of 84.  ��   e  ��  Mr. and Mrs. l'eroy Harding returned   Inst week from   their honeymoon  trip to the coast cities,  e   e   e ��  Mr. Lonoy roturned lo tho city on  Sunday afternoon alter enjoying n  couj lo weeks holiday at tho cousl.  j  Mr, ('nattier, of Vernon visited the  city on Monday nnd Tuesday on busi-  JJev.' W. T. Beattie,will take as- his  subject on Sunday next, "Someone at  the door."  ��   ��   *  Mr.  Jerman Hunt went up eo Vernon on business yesterday.  ��   ft   ��  I' Church of' England services will be  held at tho East Kolowna school'house  next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'oloek,  e   e   e  Mr. and Mis. l'eabody left this week  ! for    ft holiday trip to Nova Scotia.  ���   ���   e  Mr. and Mrs. A. McDougull and family af Itogina, relatives of Mrs. A. M.  Dalgleish left yesterday alter a     low  1 days visit.  The local laerosso club are this afternoon crossing Bticks with the     Armstrong club at the local grounds     in  Iloyco's field, Ellis street.  .   ��   ���  Local ang.ors report spl ndid catches  of tho beautiful brook trout along the  Mission Creek, neur the North Fork  and Three Forks. One party gathered  in over a hundred in on? day's fishing.  a   e   e  MisB Boyer who has been staying ior  some limo past with her brother, Mr.  A. E. Boyer, left today for Saskatchewan, whore she will Htay for a while  on her way h'ime to England.  a   ��   *  The Bev. 1). J. Welsh who 1ms been  attending  the  Baptist Convention    nt  Vancouver occupied the pulpit ut   the  Central Baptist  Church last      Sunday ,  morning nnd North Vancouver in   tho  evoning.  ��� ���   ��  Tomorrow (Eridny) night Put Connolly nnd Bob Sutherland, recently, of  Kelowna will wrestle in Hevelstoke on  their way east. Thev are touring tho  United States and Canada, exhibiting  their skill.  ��   .   ���  We regret to report that n painfull,  though not sorious accident beiel Mr.  Dan Gallagher last week cud, when his  saddle horse stumbled nnd fell into  a bad hole. Ho landed heavily oil Ins  right leg, which is severely twisted  at thc knee and ankle.  ��� e   ft  The birdB and animals whioh ^jiaye\  been installed in the city park; are  attracting a great deal of attention.  No doubt when tho hunting season  opens up and the hunters aro ooVoring  the country many valuable specunons  will lie available to add to the collection.  ��� ���   ���  Amongst tho indications of the approaching completion of tho' Kettle  Valley railway in the distriot is the  m'aduul dispersal of the various members of the engineering and contracting sIiiITb. Mr. 0. G. Buck, and Mr.  (1. C. Gladma'n loft Monday, tho former for Iowa, nnd tho latter for Fot-  erboro, Out. Thtro wore ninny friends  on the wharf to bid them fnrowoll.  a   e   a  Although deer hunters slaughtered a  great number of dour last fall, thero  appears lo be plenty Wt. Residents  in the vicinity of Fight Mile Crook are  experiencing groat difficulty in protecting their shrubbery and grass, tho  animals appear.ng in droves. One herd  last week containing 14 wns seen in  n small patch of grass belonging to  Billy Itueklo.  Mil and Mrs. Rompns, of  Sask., who have Ixwn visiting old  friends in Kelowna tho past few days  left Monday morning for Viotoria.  Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Bnmpus aro welt  known pioneers of Wolseley, and indeed wero amongst the first sottless in  in the province of Saskatchewan. They  aro d 'lighted with the Kolowna distriot and their return trip generally is  afford'ng them much pleasure.  e   e   e  Tho local Orungemon hnve arranged  to havo a "monster picnic" in the  park on the 13th, that is on Monday,  (the "Glorious Twelfth" happening to  fall this year on Sunday.) Visiting  brethren and friends aro all invited to  como along nnd bring their baskets.  Refreshment booths are a.so to be  provided, and for bathers, the Aquatlo  Association can supply towels, cos-  tum's itnd aU necessaries. There will  be games and sports of all kinds, and  Hpeeobos by the Mayor, Rov. J. C.  Switzer, D. J   Welsh and others.  Mr. J. A. Morrison is this week  moving his plumbing business to one  of the stores in tho Morrison block on  l.nwronco avenue.  *   ��   a  Mr. Geo. Gutes arrived in Kelowna  yesterday frcm Saskatchewan, having  purehas?d a farm on the north ond  of GL nmoro. Mr. Gates .was accompanied by his wife and three children.  ��   ���   #  .  Mr. and Mrs. BompaB, of Wolseley,  known pioneers of Wolseley, and in-  are delighted with the Kolowna dis-  llefreshmont booths   are   also   to   bo  a   *   ��  Mr. .1. W. Stewart', managing director of the Monarch Life Assurance Co.  with his wife and daughter are staying in town this week, tho guests of  Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Armstrong.  ��   ��   ��  The paBtor of tho Methodist Churoh  will conduct both services on Sunday,  speaking on the "Sixth Cardinal Virtue" in the morning and in the evening on "The Church of today and tho  Social Life."  SEALED TENDERS addressed lo  the undersign d, and endorsed "Tender  for Publio Building, Ashcroft, B.C.,"  will bo received at this office until 4  p.m., on Tuesday, August 4th, 1014,  for tho construction of a Public Building at Ashcroft, B.C.  Plans, specification, and form of contract can bo seen and forms of tender  obtained at tho office of Mr. Wm. Hen  derson, resident architect, Victoria, B-  0., at the Post Offico, Ashcroft, B.C.,  and at this department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not bo considered unloss  made on tho printed forms supplied,  nnd signed with thoir actual signatures, stating their occupations and  plucos of residence. In tho case of  firms, the aotual signature, tho nature  of the occupation and plaoe of residence of each member of the firm must  be given.  Each tender must bo accompanied by  an accepted cho.pie on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Hon  amble tho Minister of Public Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.o.) of the  amount of tho tender, which will be  forfeited if the |)crson tendering decline  lo ontor into a contract when called  upon to do so or'fail to oompleto the  work contracted for. If tho tender bo  oot accepted, tho choipie will bo returned.  Tho Department does not bind itself  lo accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. 0, DESROOHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 2, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Deportment.���621B3  '   33-4    ' \  False Economy of  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight is too precious to trifle with.  When buying spectacles buy a good  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more than the  commoner kinds, but the difference  in comfort is worth many times thi  difference in price.  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER fit OPTICIAN  WE FIX OLD WATCHES AND  THINGS, AND SELL NEW ONES  IF YOU WANT YOUR WATCH TO KEEP REGULAR TIME  IT SHOULD BE REGULARLY INSPECTED BY AN EXPERT  WATCHMAKER. THEN IT NOT ONLY KEEPS ACCURATE  TIME, ALL THE TIME, BUT YOU INSURE IT DOING SO FOR  A LIFETIME. LET US REGULATE QR REPAIR YOUR WATCH  OR CLOCK. WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE  PRICE.  WE CAN-SELL YOU A NEW WATCH, TOO, OR A CLOCK,  OR ANYTHING YOU NEED IN THE JEWELRY LINE. RELIABLE GOODS, PRICED RIGHT.  WM. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  MflflQklrHaifyfikMtl^  Your Attention  PLEASE I We want to  show you that it is economy to use lots of Ham  and Bacon during this hot  weather. They do not "go  bad oh you." They are  easily prepared and cooked. They are wholesome  and appetizing. We have  the best brands obtainable. Just come���let us  show you���and the price,  that's what will interest  you :���  Swift's Premium  Bacon  Sliced to suit, per Ib 35c  Burn's Shamrock  Hams or Bacon  r*Bi,Cor*4i? Grain fattened, per lb...35c  Dominion Hams and Bacon  Sugar cured, per lb, sliced 30c By the piece or half piece 28c  Pure Lard  Swift Silver Leaf, 3-lb pail 60c   5-lb   ���       95c   10-lb  ���     $1.90  Burn's Carnation Lard  10-lb pail $1.50  Hot Weather Drinks  Rose's Lime Juice, plain or aweet  made   from  West  India   limes,  pure and refreshing 60c  Wat-staff's Crape Juice or Raspberry Vinegar 35c  Nabob Lemonade per tin 25c  B.C. Cane Sugar  Granulated sugar.   5-lb package,  clssn and sanitary ,35c  Kellogg's Wheat Biscuit  Something nsw in breakfaat food  Kellogg'a toasted wheat biscuit,  Per package 15c  Nabob Tea  in I-lb. lead pkgi, only.,50c  Nabob Coffee  ia a good coffee, in I-lb  Una, whole roast or freshly  ground while you wait,  erlb 50c  Civs dies* two lines a fair iris!  and you will be pleased with ths  result.  D. D. Campbell  Phon* Three Oh!  Phone Three Oh!  Saturday Cash Special  2-lb. Brick Codfish 20c  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light  Hauling.   Prompt  attention given to  all orders    -  W.P.Meredith  Prop  Phone 65  or call at A. Corn's Second-hand Store  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office. THUESDAY, JULY 9,  1914  Monthly Weather Report  e  for April  Compiled  by   G. B. Binger,   Gove**  nient Observer.  TEMPEBATUBF,  Dal*.  Max  Min.  - 7fi  45  "    2 ..  81  48  66  55  "    4 ..  73  47  "������1:  74  60  51  45  "    6 ..  65  38  "    7 ..     77  .   44  "    8 ..  ,���    70  51  "    9 ..  ,��� ;   75  52  "   10 ..    ,.',   76  52  "   tl..   ,-   77  51  "  12 ..  83  51  "   13 ..   ,     '77  56  "   14 ..     80  48  "   15 ..     85  60  "   16 ..  81  50  "   17 ..  90  52  "  18 ..  87  51  "   19 ...     83  45  ���' -30 ...  74  55  "  21 ...  75  51  "  22 ���'..  74  50  "  23 ..  74  50  "  24 ...  68  35  "  25 ...  82  47  "  26 ...  70  56  "  27 ...  81  45  "  28 ...  81-  45  "   29 ...  79  45  "  30 ...  RAINFALL  (79  46  Inohes  "    2 ..  .05  "    3 ..     .   .28  "    5 ...  .20  "    6 ...  .04  "   13 ....  .IR  "25 ...  \  .25  ."  27 ...  .06  *'  28  .01  Total precipitation   1.07  THE FRUIT SEASON  KELOWNA  RECORD  PaGBWVE  The teacher was telling them a bout  the seasons.   He asked:  "Now, one of you boys tell me whioh  is the proper time to gather fruit."  Johnnie replied instantly, "When  tho dog's chained up, teacher."   O        *,  "I noticed one thing coming across"  remarked' the baseball fan who had  just landed; "when the ship began to  pitch tile passengers were all anxious  to make a home run."  When the Bees Swarm  Although amateur 'bee-keepers are  likely to get .excited when a colony  swarms, they no longer think of beating tin pans and shouting in order to  make tbe flying creatures seek a resting place. Swarming is not now the  wonderfully mysterious act of other  days, and the bee-keeper knows just  what to do in order to capture rnd  hive the swarm.  If the bees settle where they nan be  reached, they should be immediately  sprinkled���but not drenched-^with water. This will serve to prevent ihcir  taking flight again at once. The  swarm usually settles on some object  near at hand when it first issues from  the hive and then wings its way to a  spot favorably reported on by the  soouts as adapted to horn.; making.  The bee-keeper should capture the insects before they start on tho second  or long flight.  There should always be au empty  hive at hand, ready for emergencies.  This may be quickly filled with drawn  comb or starters and plao;,d on tho  ground under the bees. The next act  is to spread a cloth on the ground in  front of the hive and to shake tha  bees if possible, or brush them if nwi-  esssry, from thoir temporary abiding  place. The insects-will fall upon tl.u  cloth, and if gently urged with smoke  will almost always run into the hive.  When they are all in, a few puffs of  smoke may be blown , into - the entrance and the hive then left until  night, when it may bo moved to Its  permanent stand.  If the bees settle on a limb far above  the g round they cannot be readily  sprinkled, of course, and the bee-keeper  should work r|iiickly. There are bee-  catchers mounted on long poles into  which.tho swarm may he jarred from  below. Dealers in bee supplies carry  this apparatus, but a hoop around tho  mouth of a bag nnd attached to a  pole answers about as well.  Handling boss at swarming ?ime is  accompanied by but little danger of  stings, even though the work is .lone  with bare hands. Rehire 'they leave  the hive, the insre's ."ir-e thonirwlves  with honey, so that they aro not ablo  to easily curve their bodies sufficiently  to sting. Moreover, they seem to be  particularlv pood natural at this  time���as though taking a rare holiday  and disposed to be nt peace with all  the world. This may be a bit senti-  mrntnl, but at all events a swarm of  bees is not nearly so dangerous as it  appears.  If there are a number of colonies. in  the yard, it may be difficult to determine which one has swarmed. Dr. H.  A. Surface, Pennsylvania's zoologist;  and an expert bee-keeper recommends  tho following plan to settle this matter: Put some of tho bees from the  cluster into a vessel and swing it in  a circle several times, then throw the  bees into the air. This treatment  seems to bewilder tho insects and they  will fly directly to the hive which  thoy occupied be'ore th y fame forth  with the swarm.  If, by ehaneo, a sting Bhould be re  clived, thi bird should immediately be  brushod from the wound: otherwise, it  will uontinie injecting poison. Th.rn  smoke should be puffed ovor tho spot,  for smoV.e s?onis to comval the odor  of tho poison. If other be3s detect  this odor, they boeome oxeited nnd  mny sting too.     E. I. Fnrringtdii. ���  NKW,POHTAGK STAMPS  About Iho 15th nf duly there will  be placod nn sale throughout Canada,  another sot ot superb 'stamps to celebrate tho centenary of Sir Georjre ��!  (.'artier, well known as the Father of  Canadian Federation.  Somo very beautiful stamps,aro ex  peeled, aH they are line engraved and  printed by tho American Rank Note  Co., which in itself is a guarantee ot  the finest of work.  It is understood the stamps in shape  and perforation will bo similar i >  those issued in 1903 to celebrate the  founding of the City of Quebec, 'Ihe  lc stamp will bear a portrait of the  King and Queen. Tho 2c stamp will  portray the monument to Cartier. The  Be stamp shows the house in which  Curlier was born. The 7o stamp has  a portrait of the Princo of Wales;  this is the second time the Print's  portrait has' appeared on postage  stamps, the other occasion being on  the 3c. of Newfoundland. The 10c  shows tho famous Victoria Bridge inaugurated hy Cartier in 1880. Tho 20c  stamp shows one of the magnificent  trains of the't'anad'an Pacific Railway  with the inscription "all aboard for  the west." The 50o stamp shows thc  coat of arms of Cartier, with the  motto "Franc et sans do!," and the  imoriptien, "0 Canada, men pays mes.  amours."  tWSs  Own These  Haying  Helpers  This Year  Deckle that you'll  no longer labor under a  handicap at haying time. Secure  the services of theseFROST & WOOD  HAYMAKERS, "GIANT NO. 8 MOWER  and TIGER SELF DUMP RAKE": Por twenty years and more these machines have  saved time, money, labor aad horse flesh for thousands of progressive tanners. They  are worthy representatives of our line of  CX)CKSHUTT IMPLEMENTS  Frost & Wood Mowsrs an not merer/ fair weatber  machines. They're rhjht there with the power and catting ability when other mowers are apt to fall down.  Put a Frost ft Wood mower to work in a heavy or  tangled crop aad watch how easily it handles the job.  You can start it anywhere in the field and the knives  will begin cutting the instant the horses move forward.  "Flying Starts" are not necessary. The Giant No. 8  has great driving power because of the simple and compact arrangement of the gears. Smooth running and  light draft are assured by a plentiful supply of large  Roller Bearings. It will give you the kind of satisfaction yon are looking for.  The Tiger Sab* Dump Rake is the best Self Dump  Rake made. It has given satisfaction for many hay-  *ng seasons. The teeth are made of a special grade  of steel, that has proven by test, the best adaped to  withstand heavy work and hard usage, They are  carefully shaped to do the most efficient work.  The "TIGER" is strongly constructed throughout,  frame, wheels and braces are all made of Ugh quality  steel, so there is nothing about it to get out of order  An investment in a Frost & Wood Rake is profitable.  With ordinary care it will last a great many years  and will pay you large dividends of satisfaction each  year at Haying Time, We will be glad to let you  have further information about this or any other line  of Farm Implements and Equipment  Kelowna Implement Company, Limited  Milk From Healthy Cows  Oar cows have all been tested during tiie past week by  Dr. Haley, government v;terinary inspector, and have  baen certified FREE FROM BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  THE A. L. L DAIRY A. Lance   -   Prop.  Our Dairy and Afternoon Tea Room ia now open  on Pendozi Street, for aale of Teas, small fruits and  cream  Two Deliveries Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendozi Street, Phone 2?  Ranch Phone* 3307  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all filled with bath rooms,  W.C, hot water, aw.  P.O. Bos IBS  RICHMOND'S  Midsummer  Clearance  SALE  Commences Saturday, July 11th  With Most Wonderful Bargains in Every Department  We cannot give you a list of prices this week-  Bargains for Everybody. Bargains  greater than those offered in any previous sale will give an idea of the price cuts we  are making.    We have decided to give our customers the advantage of Sale prices right  now on Seasonable Merchandise when they need them  Summer Underwear, Summer Hats, Summer Boots and Shoes, and  everything to ��eep you cool    Come and bring the whole family, and  tell your neighbours about the wonderful values we are giving  Ml HH Ml HI ���  Men's Clothing, Furnishing, Boot & Shoes, Staple & Fancy Dry Goods  W. B. M. CALDER  Manager at Richmond's PAGE SIX  KELOWNA  RECORD  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and (endorsed '"Tenders for  Drill, Hall, Kamloops, B. C," will be  received at this office until 4.00 p.m.,  on Friday, July 24, 1914, for the construction of the aforesaid building.  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at the offioe of Mr. Wm. Henderson, ReBidttnt Architect, Victoria, B.  G., on application to the Caretaker of  Public Building, Kamloops, 11.C, and  at this department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on thc printed forms supplied,  ai.d sign:d with their actual signatures  stating their (occupation and place of  residence of Pach member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  hank, payable to the order of the  Honorable the Minister of Publio  Works, equal to ton per cent (10 p.o.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering  decline to enter Into*a contract when  called upon to do sa or fail to complete the work contracted [for. If the  tendrr bo not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHfcRS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 27, 1<>14.  Newspapers will not ho paid for this  advertisement if they inserf it without  authority from the Department.     32-3  398C6)6Cef3mr*<e^^  ��   News From Far and Near   o  "TBEBSDA-Y, JULY ��,. MM  tmmm^mmemmummammm  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of ths Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tha Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  ths Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-ons  years at an annual rental of II an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe distriot  in which ths rights applied for an  Situated.  In surveyed territory the land moat  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unswayed territory the tract applied foe  ���hall be staked out by tbe applicant  himself.  Each application must be accom-  ipanied by a fee of K whieh will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on tha. merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  Ths person operating the mins shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are. not being operated, suoh  returns should be furnished at least  Pnce a year.  The lease will include ths eoal min-  ' Ing rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary 'for the working ol  the mine at the rate of S10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Dsputy Minister of the Interior.  N.D.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be    paM  Rolled oats have gone up. Nine  thousand Scotchmen came to Canada  last year.  ' e   e   e  The British Columbia Gazette contains confirmation of the appointment  of Mr. W. A. Lang, of Peachland, as  Provincial Exhibition Commissioner.  e   e    e  'iho man who cannot afford to    ad-  ortiso    cannot altonl    to be in business.    Ut should lie out in tbo w. odu  cutting green timber.  e    .    a  For the first time probably In the  history of tho history of tho fruit industry in thc northwest, a solid train  load of strnwborrliM went out recently  from Hood River, Oregon'; to bo distributed amongst the wholesale houses  Mike Donovan,  ning    a   livery  who has boon run-  11 Rowland,, received  word lust weok that an unole had  died in Ireland, leaving him 160,000.  Mike immediately threw up his business, and is now on his way to the  Emerald isle to claim the legacy.  . t .  Tho question ot securing government  assistance for orchardists, whoso orchards havo been damaged by fire  blight, which wus recently broaohod by  thc Penticton board of trade, ia being  taken up with tho provincial authorities, and something definite in this  regard is expeoted to be announced.  a   *   *  Following a visit to Vornon by Bev.  T. R. Heneage, of Victoria, assistant  provincial commission of 'the Boy  Scouts, a Boy Scout association has  been formed in Vernon and sovoral  troops will be organized at once.  e   9   ���  T. Robertson, D. A. McBride and  George Woods have purchased from  Mayor. W. H. Smith, of Vornon, tho  big grocery business which tbo mayor  has operated for eight years. Tho  mayor will continue to be a resident  of Vernon whore he has large property holdings.  e   e   .  Women detectives arc now employed on spocial occasions at tho house  of commons. One or two of thorn  are employed by Scotland Yard lo  sit in the ladies' gallery when thoro  are big debates tn-deal immediately  with any suffragette intruder. They  are so fashionably attired as to be  quite indistinguishable.  e   .   s  It is announced that the Armstrong  nhit worth Company has decided to  develop the invention of a working  miner named Glendenning, who he-  liovos he has solved the secret of safe  navigation of the air. Glendenning  has speot years in studying aeronautics as a member of tho Bulloon Society of Creat, Britain, and declares  that an air craft built from his do-  signs, although weighing more than  13 tons, will sail around the world  without danger of calamity, and will  remain aloft five days without requiring a renewal of supplies.  ��  .  .  Ths dried loganberry is becoming a  popular product on the murkot. There  is an attempt to fin a standard grade  and pack. Thc grading can bost be  dono at picking time. The 50 pound  boxes aro used in packs, also isome a  to 5 pound carton i for the parcel post  trade. The dried fruit ships well to  any part of tho world. From 10 to 30  cents per pound has been paid tho  grower. From 12 to 16 hours is required for drying the fruit in a good  evaporator.  a   e   e  Archbishop Spratt told the womon in  St. Mary's cathedral, Kingston, Ont.,  nt morning mass that ho would prefer that all those who wore low-nook  dresses would not present themselves  for communion, that he considered it  most disrespectful for them to approach the altar in garments that exposed them beyond the limits of do-  oenoy. His grace has on various occasions expressed himself against low-  neck drosses nnd slit skirls. A number  of women who had intended taking  communion did not do so as a result  of the archbishop's admonitions.  e   e   e  A decrease of 53 por cent., below tho  figures for tho corresponding months  last year is shown in the immigration  statistics for the month of April and  May of the present year. The total  immigration from all countries was  68.513 ns against 146,423 for tbe corresponding monlhniof 1913, The greatest falling off is in British arrivals, the  number for May and June of this year  being 20,375 as against 66.040 last  year. From the United States there  wero 20,217 ns against 33,507 last  year. From the various European  countries there were 27,065 as against  65,076 last yanr.  Out of oil  minion    land  $120,000.  leases the Calgary   Do-  office has gathered i n  The board of supervisors of San  Francisco by a vote of 10 to 7 have  declared in favor of allowing prizefight ing to continue in that city.  .  .  .  The city council of (hilliwuck has  sent in un order for a oar of road oil,  which they intend' using in that city  hn, the roads instead of wator. Tho  cur will contain 5,000 gallons and will  cost ��225.  e   e   e  Ono cow  was killed and  two others  unit lated at Vornon by a woman who  had liecomo angered at the    constant  tinkling of tho bells on lior neighbor's  cows.  .  .  .  'J'lu Rov. ('. A. Saogar, principal of  St. Mark's Hull, Vuncouvor, nnd former rector at Vornon, B.C. has had  tho degree of U.D., conferred on him  by Trinity College, Toronto.  e   e   e  Ulster volunteers huve been notified  according to tho belief of Tho Echo,  that the time has arrived when, on  order f.om tho commanding olficers.  the men ���may carry arms openly, and  that any attempt to ssizo thc arms, or  the volunteers who may be carrying  theai in accordance with this     order,  is to bo resisted.  a   a' - a  Onco Alberta was slaked into town  lots and fed to suckers far and near.  .Vow it is blanketed with oil louses  while tho world holds its .oxygen ani  looks on with annzemen'. After tho  frenzy is over some sane individual is  liable to drive a band of oattle into*  tho province and turn tho country into n grass ranch .���I'.owery's Ledge.  see  Thc arrest and possible execution ol  a British subject on Constitutionalist  territory has complicated the Mexican  situation somewhat, .lames Caldwell,  the British Consular age-lit ut Zucato-  cas, reported that George St. Clair  Douglas, a Scotchman, was under -arrest nnd about to be subjected to a  court martini at Zacateras on uncharge  of having assisted thc Federals during tho recent fighting, incident to the  Capture of tho city   by V ilia's troops.  see  Manchuria and eleven of. tho eighteen  provinces forming China prqpor, are  declared to bo free of opium, and the  British government, satisfied that this  declaration is correct, his agreed that  according to a previous arrangement  ao Indian opium hereafter shall lip  permitted to enter these problucos.  The Chinese government has sont instructions to tho govtrnors of tho ro-  mainin r provinces in the republic to  put down tho uso of opium and pro-  libit thc cultivation of tho poppy he-  lore tho chd of the year. The success  of the anti-opium campaign in- China  is conspioiousi considering the government's inability or lack of serious effort to terminate brigandage and other  evils.  next general election is hold the polls  will not olose at 5 o'clock, but will  remain open until 7 or 8 o'clock in  tho evening. The conimittoe of tho  Houso, which hist session considered  amendments to the Electoral Act took  up this question as woli us the proposal that oloction day should be a holiday. There are some objections to  tho latter proposal because it is feared  that it would lead towards disturbances. The possibilities are that tho  proposal to mako oloction day a holiday will nol lie adopted, but that tho  hours for voting will he oxtendod. This  will give an opportunity to the employed of fuclolios and offices to  voto after working hours if thsy aro  not given an opportunity to do so  earlier in tho dny.  e   a   e  'ihe Canadian Pacific cajlwny will  probably have another 61 miles of  double, tracked line ready for service  on its main line through British Columbia early in the autumn. With  the portions of paralleled track al.  -ready in operation this will give the  company double track facilities . on  142 miles of lino, nearly one-third of  the total distance on the main line  of the British Columbia division. Two  of the sections of double track on I tho  main line of tho Canadian , Pactfin  railway through British Columbia have  beon completed. Ballasting is now pro  feeding on the 24-mile stretch of dou-  ble track east of Kamloops nnd on a  nine-mile section west of Kamloops.  With the exception of a two-mile  stretch grading has been finished on  the double'tracking section west of  Revelstoke to Tnft, 28 miles. It is  expiated that the ontiro portion will  be ready for tho rails at an early  d,te.  <   Closing of all retail stores by     six  o'clock has beon made compulsory by  a by-law of the Vancouver city council  a   .   ��� |  Fire losses and the cost of tire prevention cost tho United States more '  each year than the total value of  its  production of gold, silver, oopper  and  petroleum.  . .  .  A mixed train has, this month been  out on between ( Oroville and Wo-  natchee. Tho d stance is 121 miles,  and it will be made in oight hours.  see  An nutomo'ile was built in eleven  minutes' and put on the road in nine-  ti en at a test c inducted at a factory  n Manchester, Kn;land. This beats by  six minutes the time made at a similar kst ut Detroit.  e   e   e  A disastrous fire swept out tho bufci-  ti. ss promises and content!, in Mann-  lilln. Alta.. lasl weok aggregating in  .nine in the vicinity of $40,000.  see  Hon. W. .1. Bowser, attorney-general  md Hon. W. R. ' Ross, minister of  lands, will tour the province this fall  for the purpoie of studying the noods  of the people of tho different districts.  e    ��    a  According to present arrangements  vir R. L. Borden will start on his  tour of the west during the first week  of August. He will spend most of  Inly in Halifax.  e   9    .  On recommendation of the finance  committeo the Nelson-oity council has  deeded to increase tho sulary of ihe  city clerk anil treasurer from $175 to  8200 j or month, and tho salary o' the  chief of police from $125 to *150.  e    e    ���  A ind way man fo-.'nd a snail walking along a rail, and measuring its  ir r ad for a oertain distance, found  that it travelled one foot in four minutes, or at a rate of ono mi'e In*14  2-3 days.  ��    e    e  Wh-en.the Prince of Wales next y?ar  attains to his twenty-first birthday he  wii enter into personal control of the  revenues of the Uuchy of Cornwall,  now being administered for him by the  Kine, and the accumulations of which  will represent a nest egg of over .tl.-  000,000 sterling.  .  .  .  While not offic'ally made public, it  s stated on reliable authority that  tho miners of Vancouver Island, on  strike for over a year, have voted by  majority of 1,2"0 to continue the  industrial struggle.  Secretary Bryan announsed tout the  inishing touches had been given to the  new peace commission treaty between  the United States and France and ihat  it would be s:gned and transmitted to  the Sonata at the same time with ths  proposed British-American peaoe treaty.  Col. Lord Brooke may bo the    next  Inspector-General for the Canadian militia.    Tho position is now vacant.   It  It is not improbable that when tho ha" hf1. by G<meral CoUon UP *" ��"  eime of his death  and before that  General Otter.  by  The provincial board of health  again draws attention to the benefits  to bo derived from protection against  typhoid fever. Typhoid prophylatio  will bo supplied freo of churgo upon  application to the acting secretary of  tho provincial board at Victoria.  see  Lonrn to swim." This is tho advice of Dr. Grant, lato chief surgeon of the Empress of Ireland Bnd a  hero of the disaster. He says: "Whan  I got in the water 1 knew I wns-saved, for I am an excellent swimmer."  It is Dr. Grant's intention to impress  it upon the publio authorities, that it  is their duly to make.tho leaching of  tWimming compulsory.  see  Rov. S. Everton, who has boon assistant principal of Okanagan Baptist f'ollego at Summerland, has beon  appointed to tho priooipnlship upon  the retirement of Dr. Evorett Sawyer,  who has had lo resign on aocount of  eye trouble. D r. Sawyer, however will  still he connected with Ihe collego in  tho position of Forward Movement secretary. Dr. Sawyer was tho first fiin-  oipal of the college and came from  Nova Scotia to lako charge of. ths  work. Ho has built up an institution  whirh has made ttn enviable reputation  in educat'onil annuls in B.C. Rev.  Mr. Everton who assumes the prinol-.  palship waB for BonV time pasfpr of  Mount Pleasant Buptisl Church, prior  to whioh ho enent s-.voral jlears In  Manitoba. Ho has boon connected with  tho oollogo for tho past two yoars nnd  is particularly wel, fitted to lake  charge of the work which is being carried on there.  mTord  If you deal in values, you'll appreciate the Ford. Itt simplicity,  its economy, and its dependability  give it a value that cannot be measured by its price. -The Ford is  the one car that has " made good "  in world-wide service.  Six hundred dollars is the price of the Fold  runabout; the touring car is six fifty ; ihe town  car nine hundred���f. o. b. Ford, Ont., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA. B.C  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preibyterian Bnd new English Churches)  Plants  in great variety  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A fresh supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived  CUfFLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phone 88  PALMER & ROGERSON      P.O.Box 117  ��� THE   "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking. Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, &c.  BREMCFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New and Second-Hand Harness.   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pads and Back Pads.       They.can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harneaa Maker  Store adjoining the 2}c stora  KELOWNA  Phone 257  P.O. Ba* 191  J  . A. MORRISON & GO.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Bot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Btc.  Pipe Fittings of aU kinds.  Office and Shop:  Coatei, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, EC.  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  Guaranteed dry wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks.. .$2.75 rick   Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE IU  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  -THE  Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.  PRACTICAL AND SANITARY PLUMBERS  Baths, Toilet, Basins aad Sinks, fitted on ths mast approved principle  Before having that bath room fitted up get in.on our figures.  We have a special rata for these hard times.   Inspection invited  Warehouse and Wotkshop,  IU AVENUE  Between Water and Peadoxi Street  Phone, 335 TUUBSDAY, JULY 9, 1914  Hay Teaaers  All the different sizes in slock  Feed  Baled Hay  Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  25 p.c. Reduction on Grass Chairs  for the month of June only  This Rocker only $6 This Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna Furniture Co.  B.C. Baptfttx&nrtfh  Growing  The membership of tha Baptist  churches in British Columbia at 'the  present time is 4992. This was given  out at the convention which was held  last week end at Vancouver by the  convention secretary, Bev. Mr. Auvache  of Hammond. This is a net gain  of 390 over the membership of laat  year. The total number joining the  denomination numbered 889, but this  was reduced when the number) .of those  who had severed their church connection had been deducted. This membership does not take into account the  families of members.  The churches of the province during the year have raised through various channels 1118,946.32. This was  raised as follows: Sunday schools,  19,115.1)7; B.y.l'.U., $l,0f��1.87; mission  ary societies, 12,394.15; mission bands  137.50; ladies' aids, (3,159.82; other  sources 1698.11. The churches themselves raised $102,630.34.  Forty-three churches contributed  to this amount. The total amount  raised per member is (27.11 for  church work, and for missions, 13,87  per member.  There was raised for missions during the year the sum of (16,887.55,.  This waB raised as follows: Donations  from churohes, ��12,466.12; B.V.P.U..  1458,45; circles, 12,196.43; mission band  137.50 and through other sources II,-  720.45.  The missionary report, which  showed that expenditures had amounted to $12,195.19 and receipts 112,777,-  13 was adopted. Reports of all the  missions in tho provinces were read  and showed that splendid progress had  been made iu moot cases. The report  added that the board has eo mark  time to a certain extent owing to 'the  lack of funds due to thc financial stria  gency. During the year the board  held seventeen meetings and tho executive twenty-three.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Aatjele' Church.  Mania* Prans.  Littny on the firei aad taieeVSuadare.  Vtornin, Prefer el 11  "'elgek:  Erealea Preset a!  St Andrew's, Obeaagan Mission.  Firs! and third SunderIr. moeai,'Malsaa aad Ulanr  at 11 a.ai.  Second SunJ.y, Holy Cormau.iion at 8 a.m.  REV. THOS. CREENIVB. A., Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Morniaa Services al 11 a.m.: oeaeiaieorvicocet 7:30  ��� p.m.   Sunday School al J: JO p.m.  W ��Uy Prayer Medina on WedneeHeye al S p.m  Rev. A. DUNN. B.D..  Oven is a wonderful baker. Thafs because  tic heat flu^-corivtotcfy uncirde Ft  %n$e  satisfies the  most eXaBfing  cook on every point. Let the  McGlary dealer demonstrate Ihe fact.       v  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson H��*dware Co.. Ltd  IMPORTANT ADDITIONS TO  COLD STORAGE ACT  BENVOULIN PRESBYTEBIAN  BETHEL CHURCH!  Service 7.�� p.m.  Sunday School 2 30p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m,       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W.T. BEATTIE, Pastor  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service et 11 a.m; and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wedneeday al 6 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Lllie St.  Sabbalh Servicee at 11 a.m. end 7.30 p.m.  ���febeth School el 9.30 a.m.      All welcome  Wed. 7.30. p.m. Rev. D. J. Weleh. Paatoi  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBHNABD AVBHUE,  KELOWNA.  Phone 3302 Bos 493  Ward&BaMock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  Art order-in-counoil has been passed  adding several important new sections  to the Dominion Cold Storage Aot. It  is provided that the owners and managers oi cold storage warehouses,  First, shall give the publio the preference in the use ol the refrigerated  spaoe in such warehouses. It shall ba  deemed to ba a violation of tho .regulations if the owner of tbe warehouse  refuses to receive,goods from the pub-  lie at the approved rate tor storage  on the ground of lack ol space whon  any part of the spaoe is occupied by  goods which are the property of the  warehouses. m  Second, shall not contract or agre  lo give all the refrigerated spaoe to  one or more firms to the exclusion oi  the general public.  Owners or managers oi cold storage  warehouses with" whom contracts have  been entered into ior the payment ol  subsidies under the cold storage set  and who receive lish for storage, shall  accept herring at th* usual rate, and  f delivered in tha usual manner, irrespective as to whether the herring  are to be used tor food or ior bait.  Every person who violates any of  these regulations shall ior every such  offence inour a penalty not oxoeadina;  110. The nsw regulations go into  foroe 0t ones.  OURQji  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND 'HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PROCESS KNOWN TO the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   UTERALLY TALK   manufactured in western Canada  rCltlArlD Distill [Hu.C��I  Furnished Cottage to Rent  Fully Modern.   Within two minutes of the lake.  Rent $25 per month  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Vi/Q*>lC   IHMC.  AGENTS  THE KBtOWNA RECORD  COW TESTING IN BUIT1SH  , COLUMBIA  Approximately 1000 cows have been  under test in the two circuits of testing associations established by the  British Columbia Dairy Branch last  year.  While the compilation ol results has  not been completed, such results nave  been gathered from approximately 600  cows as lo show a wide variability of  productive power.  The best twenty oows produced 9.7  times as great returns as the twenty  poorest, while the average returns ol  the 600 cows was 172.00.  Ii took 85 oi the poorest cows to  equal the twenty best, and 7 of tha  bast equalled 96 the poorest. Surely  nothing plainer is needed to show the  possibility and value oi keeping the  best cows. The general standard of  the dairy cattle is high on the lower  mainland ol British Columbia and in  districts Hot so favorably situated and  so highly specialized greater dilForonccs  would have been shown.    .  h Hot Weather  rCE CREAM  makes an ideal dessert  with yourdinner. We  can sell-you >a  Small briolt, enough (or 8.,40c  ���    pail,      ���      H  4,25c  Largebrick ��� ��� 16.80c  ���    pail        ���       ��� 10. 50c  Pint-pairl 35c  Quart pails... 70c  Juet give ns a phone  call about 20 or 30  miautae before you  want it, and wa will  have it deliverrd for  you, or drop in on your  way home for a pail'  or a brick.  For the best go to  Alsgard's  PHONE no  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile oi town, and bang  about loo fast above the lake, it commands a Beaut).  hit view of tha town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one CLENMOHE. Don't miss the op-  portunily of selecting a few acne of thu desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  P.O. Boa 12  LENGLAND  BUILDER k C8NTOACT0R  r<lan��.  Specifications   and   t��timaia��  Famished  ^s**^As*^ia^>^'WS^Saa<VV*Vt>��a>,'eF'^^i'^^I^>^e*^*^*>>>^srV  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  ���������BsMMMHi  Laarsi Kelowu 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Lmtw Weetkuk 9.30 ���.���.,4p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  UiTts Kelewn 1] a.*..  Leave. WtstWak 11.39 s.a.  TUMSCA9H  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  ���phone No. f 0B  CUE. HUDSON  ���    i  =====  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Urgent lajiiiee ia tha Unrest  Portraits by appointment  Psafcsi Stmt,   ���   KsUwh  Pages   6   and   7   Are   of  Interest to Wholesalers  WHERE it the logical place for the Receiving Room  in a Wholesale Warehouse) This book tells you.  and backs up its statements with sound, logical reasons why.  This one point alone has convinced many a business man  of the value of ��� modern Freight Elevator in stopping  business leaks and increasing profits through added efficiency  in handling goods and filling orders.  Live merchants and manufacturers instantly recognize  ths importance of keeping abreast of  tht limes.   To such this Book will  prove a revelation.    It points the  way to greater profits through ef-  .ficient man enlist and the intelli-  gsnt disposition of  Bate   and   labor.  Sent free upon re-  OTIS-FCNSOM  ELEVATOR  OOMPANY  LIMIttO  ���o nv st.  TOSrONTO  Smi us this coupon  to-day hr year copy  of our nsw best, "The  Elevator." Dent put  it of and forget nil  aim* it���just tear off,  fill is sad mail NOW.  COUPON "N-.l "  Please sand me your Book.  I    Name   I     Address  1  Phone 154  P.O.  If  /: A. BIGGER  Contractor ani Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Eattwats* Furnishsd oa aU haxda ef  bualeVjsea.  ��� SfMCaatty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Deco-ratiiig fcy<3ontract  mmmmml^kmm^mm^.  tnystocWWafli.ee, sr. anal fM say  ���(������sCflPsf sjaMHsVinng.  I have a full Itm ae aaaasiar daoasi  " hangings.    Can and  isslsssas aa your apeia* atsii  to.elaea wall hang  Gty and country pstwiaaga eokcieed a-JV-s-JWWI  '^^mm  m*m  mmmmm  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1014  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESILOI  The World's Best  Send for Five Roses  COUPON  Don't (oigsi ta (iwlow Ten (  in .tampe  Cook Book���  BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully  chosen from the conlributions of over two thousand  successful users of Five Roses Flour throughout Canada.  Also Useful Notes on the various classes'of good things  to eat. all of which have been, carefully checked and.  re-cheeked by competent authority.  Matin m tlrrelw to UK Of THE WOODS MILLIHG CO. lIMITcP, jjjjjjjjHg  W. R GLENN & SON, Agents    ���    Kelowna, B.C.  name or rjui.ru ���  I THE WORLD'S FINEST  POST OFFICE  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  C. R. GOSS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET, NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce he is now opening a  Fruit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  Delivery to all parts of City  I "A pa'laee in pink" is tha description  which hos boon applied lo the new post  office al Now York which has just boon  completed at a cost of ��1,200,0111). It  ib clftimod for this post office, which  is built mainly of pink granite, lhat  it is the finest and most perfectly  oimipped building of its kind in the  world, aud it would, indeed, be diffi ,  cult to poiut to its erpml. ]  I Heforo Ihe entrance to the building.  wh'.ch is five storios high, is a col-  nnuade of twenty giant pillars of pink  granite Mfi fuel high and 5 feet thick,  thu whole surmounted with the motto,1  ".Neither snow, nor rain nor heat, nor  git oni r.f nijiht Btays theso couriers  from the swift completion of their  appointed rounds."  ; tan 1(>!>,000 cubic foot o! grmiile,  18,H00 Ions of steel, 7,0011,0110 bricks,  and 200,000 stjiitiro foet of trluss haw  been used in tho constr irli.n of this  buttling, A remarkable feature ol tho  building is that it has no foundation,  but rests on steel beams held up ovoi  the railwoy tracks by pillars. The  beams arc about 12 foot deep and 4  feet across, anil enclosed in obnereto.  It is claimed for the building that it  is tho lightest in the city, thero bning  windows everywhere.  At the back of the publio entranco  is tho expansive work room, said to be  the largest in the country, 20(1 toll  long and 100 foot wide, with not a  column to break ihe space, except  around tho edge. Three spans each  comprising two prion. Erinl.-rs, enclosed  in plaster, cross the room from north  to south. Theso spans, however, are  far more than thoy appear to the  naked eyo. For yenrs the governmiut  hus found it necessary to havo an inspection system to safeguard its business against dishonest, employees. The  wide spans that arch ovor tho big  workroom wero designed to.iiormit inspectors to move about in them in i  forlably.  Through shutters in tho side of  each span which look like vonts, and  through poop,holes in tho floor of tho  galleries, the postal inspectors can  easily look down upon nil employees  in the place, as woll as on thc public,  remaining themselves unseen tho  while.  COMPLETION OF NATIONAL TRANS  CONTINENTAL LINE  The retirement of Major Loonard  from tho commissioncrship of the National Transcontinental railway marks  tho practical completion of the line,  save for some extra ballast in the  filling and tho construction of a fow  stations to bo completed by October  1st. It is understood that then the  Grand Trunk will be called on to ei-  orciso its option of acquiring tho lino  by lease. As was intimated by the  company in the negotiations for \he  completion of tho mountain section, it  is intended to lako over tho line, .but  tin arbitration will likely bo asked to  determine the total cost, in respeet of  which tho rental of interest will b?  paid at thc rate of thrco per cent, for  fifty years.  Bsk"  ECONOMICAL LEMON I'll',  Build Concrete  Crib Floors and Supports  npHEY keep the rats, squirrels and "other  rodents from carrying away your profits.  Millions of dollars are lost to farmers each  year through the ravages of rodents in  cribs and granaries. Part of this loss is  paid by every farmer whose crib floor  isn't built of concrete.  Concrete crib floors and supports stop the wist* because  They Protect Your Grain  Concrete ii strong, durable and dean. It never wean  out and needs practically ao repairs. It ii the cheapest of all materials for cribs and granaries.  Write for this free book "What the Farmer can do  with Concrete." It tells all about the uses of concrete and will help every farmer to hsve better  buildings and lave money.  Farmer's Info��� lUn hms  Canada Court Caapaar LiMtt��  ........   ma. a. .  Boll together ono and one-half cup-  fnls uf wator, tho strainod juicv of ono  lomon and one cupful of sugar. Add  two hi.tli'n|).joiifiilH of cornstarch tlin-  nol\tM. in a littlo cold wator, mid cook  Rtlring coimlantly until it boils nnd  lliirkonn. Itoinovo from fire, hont in  \nlkn of two 0|Ljyn and pour al once*  into n piu plalo, I.ihkI wilh pm*to.  HmKo in it hot ovon until Iho onmt  in ooolfod. Mako a meringue of tlio  whiten of tho tyi/a with HUgar. Hnko  mil il deliontoly brown.      *"  FIU.KD COOKIES  Cn am together ono cupful of sugar  and two-thirds oupful of butter; add  one egg, two-thirds tminpoonful of  cream uf .tartar, one-third toaspoonful  bo In;    four    toaspoonfuls    of      sweet  j mi 111 J one ti-tispoonful vanilla, and  flour to ninkn stiff. Chill, roll very  thin, put filling on one of tho cookies  and lay another over it; Bake in a  (jiiiok oven. For the date filling, stew  one-half pound of dates and one-half  cupful of milk and wator togothor with  one half    cupful of sugar and one-half  {cupful of shredded ooooanut until the  dates are soft.    Cool before using.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library;  inquire,  Secretary, Bos- 382  W. B. PEASE, ' ��� *   S. M. CORE  ��� President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  Bathing  It   is  just   ns  important to  linvo u stylish  Bathing Cap  ns a correct street list. We  li.-ivc tiie latest B ithiiic]"Caps  in a variety of colors and  shapes at prices ranging  trnm  25c. to $1.00  ,  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka -       -       -   $2.75 per rick  5 ricks or upwards- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick    ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts    - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $ 11 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  First-Class Service.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 tickets for $1.  V. Lee, Manager.   J. N.Sanders, Prop.  Houses to Rent  7-roomcd house on St. Paul street, all  modern conveniences. Bant $30.00  por month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter streot,  eleotrio light and oity water. Rent  $20.00 per month.  6-roomcd house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rent $20.00 per month.  4-roomod houso, good location. Rent  $12.00 por month.  Okanagan Loan & Investment  Co., Lid.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  DON ZOMBRO IS A BAY STALLION  15.3   hands,   aired by   Zonbro, dam  Rambler Maid, by Rodgirl, by    Marquis, by Burbon Wilkss.  Don Zombro'started 2 years ngo In tba  three-minute trot or pace at Kelowna  and Vernon, wanning both races, making n mark at Vernon ol 2.33.    i  Some ol his colts are stepping in  better than 2.30 beforo thsy are two,  years old, notably Zombronum, whieh  promises to bs In the 2.10 Hat in 1014  Ha is a beautiful darv mahogany  hay, a great produeer, and kind ind  gentle in disposition.  Don Zombro will stand for service  at Max Jenkins & Co.'s stable  TERMS: $15 for single leap; $20  for season;  $25 to insure  (Payable whan mars provea (o be in (oal)  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  MR EDMUND WALKBB,CV.O,LL.D,D.CX.,I,reaidaa��  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, Aaa't General  R. A. COPELAND   -   Owner  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 HfflVE FUND, $13,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in-!  a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in everyJ  country in the world in denominations of  $10, 920, 860, S100,  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque.   They are economical, absolutely safe, self-  identifying and easily negotiated, 8J!  KELOWNA BRANCH .      ....     H. 0. PANOMAN, Mgr.  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED  Next door to Tait's   Shoe  Store    -    Bernard Avenue  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  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Agents for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season'*  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Opposite Kelowna Furniture Co.  KELOWNA  Now Open  Morgan's  Ice Cream Parlors  Opposite Board of Trade offices  We Make our own Ice Cream  entirely of the Purest Cream Obtainable, and our  parlors are cool, clean and comfortable.  Ice Cream in Bulk  supplied in any quantity for parties, &c.  Pure Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco  FRANK W, MORGAN     .-     PROPRIETOR THURSDAY, JUL? ?, IW4  KELOWKA  RECORD  PAOINDIE  Tke Chrysanthemum  Tho chrysanthemum has been cultivated in China for more than 2,000  years, and there is evidetioe of its being cherished in ^gypt 1000 year* be-,  fore its" mention in China. Whether |  jt oame from Egypt to China or vioe  versa, it. is impossible now to.determine, but the Chinese are prone toro-  ���mmmm  mm  Sealed tenders, addressed tb the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  I'ublio Building, Merritt, B. C." will  be rooeived at this office until 4.00 p.  m., on Tuesday, July 28, 1914 for the  construction of'a Public Building at  Merritt, B. C.  Plans, specification and form of oon-  traot oan be seen and form of tender  obtained at ihe offioe of Mr. W. Henderson, Resident     Architect, Viotoria,  B. C, at the Post Offioe,. Merritt, B.  C, and at this Department, i.  Persons tendering are notified   that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and 'signed with thtir aotual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of resilience. In the case of  firms, tne aotual signature, the nature  of'the occupation and plaoe of residence of each member of tho firm must  be given.  Eaoh tender must be accompanied by  an aooepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  oqual to ten' pBr cent (10 p.o.) of the  amountof the tender, which will be  forfeited if tho person tendering 'le-  olino tp enter into a contract when  called upon to do so or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not aooepted the cheque will  be returnad. .  The Department does nol bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,       ���       ��  H. C." DES110CHER8,  Secretary  Department of Publio Works.  Ottawa, June 29. 1914.  N<vw.,papers will not be paid for this  advertisement if thet insert it without  authority from the Department,  gard it as a product of the far east.  Confucius, ths celebrated sage of China  makes mention of the chrysanthemum  600 B.C., under the name of liki'. From  China it came to Japan, writes Dr. J.  Ingram Bryan, where it reached its  highest form of development, and is  still reverenced as the imperial emblem  and one of the highest orders in the  imperial gift is the order of Chrysanthemum. On the Imperial sword the  flower is engraved, and it figures prominently on warships, and everything  belonging to the orown. The feast ��� of  the chrysanthemum is celebrated in  Japan in November each year, when  the blossoms are at their best; and  the 'Emperor (rives a magnificent garden party, to whioh are invited all  the great personages of the empire, including tho foreign diplomatic corps  and a few foreign residents > hording  positions under the imperial government. This festival of tha chrysanthemum     dates baok    to the lleian era,  when the great ones of the empire used  to call at the imperial palace, and  drink from sake cups in which floated  petals of the beautiful flower. ���  . We know, of course, that flowers  have played an important part in the  art history of all great nations, . and  have had a great deal *o do with patriotism as wall. What the lotus was  to Egypt, the pine cone to Assyria and  India, the flour de lys to France and  the Tudor rose to England the chrysanthemum has been to Japan where  it is known as kiku.  In Japan the chrysanthemum !�� ' essentially a cultivated flower, and .here-  foro, a true triumph of floriculture  Like Japan herself, it arose from  something very small and insignlflxint  the dais}'. Tho corn marigold and tho  ox-eyed daisy aro natural ohrysaiifJin-  mums on a small scale. But its wonderful cultivation on Japnneae ro'lhas  been achieved not at the expense of  beauty.  Never has art been so indebted to  the florist as for the development of  this wonderful flower. It is only in  Inter times that this beautiful child  of nature has become known to the  popple of the west. It was introd.ioed  into England 125 years a-o and was  then known as the "golden flower."  of "chrysanthemum." In England today its popularity ranks second to  none, except, nerhaPB, *ho rose, as a  universal favorite. Its exquisite f.irin  and wide range of color onuses it to  be a�� much a favorite for decorniii'e  purposes as it is in Japan.  In Japan the chrysanthemum tins  reached its greatest variety and its  most exquisite beauty of form, as well  as its most wonderful obedience to artificial manipulation. At the i.nut'rinl  chrysanthemum party given by his W.i  iesty, the Emperor ol Japan, In November every year one sees the most  marvellous blossoms known to the  floriculturist.  Q��mm mm. mmm.����^J  >A*^  urMJ��-oW,H,t  QA   S  *  *      "V'et���i  Men of Powerful Personality'  Recognize the Value of Health  IT ii not from what a man swallows, but from what he digests,  * that blood is made. Pure blood meant perfect health.  Imperfect digestion and assimilation causes impure blood,  bodily weakness and mental apathy. Unsuitable food is a  frequent contributary cause of indigestion and consequent  stomach and intestinal disorders. Errors of diet can be quickly  and safely corrected by the prompt use of  ENO'S "FRUIT SALT"  the natural remedy for preventing and relieving all functional disorders of the body's filter���the liver, enabling it to separate from the blood those carbonaceous matters which are dangerous to the health.  '* "K���^ ?a't" conta*lw the valuable constituents of ripe fruit in a portable, agreeable, and simple  form, and is in every respect as harmless as the juices of the fruits from which it is obtained.  - For sale in all tbe principal towns and cities of Canada.  Order a bottle TO-DAY from your dealer.  Prepared only i>    -  J. ���. ENO., Limited; "Fruit Salt" Works, London, England  Agent* for Canada: Harold P. Ritchi. * Co, Limited, 10 McCaul St, Toronto  mmm��s��aTa��^��|ii  11.10  18.15  tea.  $1.50  80b.  ���MO  40s.  40e.  *���,���twlW'*W *}Mmm     Vff# " V* VI fit       m*mfm^m^mmfs^SMS^g^mm%f  PRICE LIST  Flour, Ted, Poultry Supplies and Se*d��  TELEPHONE 29 FREE DELIVER*  F..OL lt.-lio' in Hood or Purity both high grade, 40 lb. sack ...  Fi 01 U.-Bobin Hood or Purity both high grade OS lb. aaok  KI.(HJU.-Prairie   Prida Patant A very good patent Sour 4* lba  KI.Ol'R.-Prairia   Prida Patent a vary good patent flour 98 lbs.  I'J.Ol'R.-Ornham, 24 lb. aaok ,     n.OUi.-Craham 40 lb. sack ,.�� 1   FI.OI K.-Uholo Wheat, 24 lb. aaok    FLOUR.- Whole wheat, 49 lb sack   COIt.V MEAL, per 10 lb. aaok   OATMEAL per 10 lb. seek '      OATMKAI..���pur gunny ol 10, 10 lb. sacks    ROLLED OATS.-Robin Hood 8 lb. sack   ROLLED OATS, per gunny of 10 8 lb. sacks   ROLLED OATS per 20 lb. sack    ROLLED 0AT8 per 40 lb. sank   IVHEATLETS.-per 10 lb. aaok     BRAN.-per 100 lb. sack   11.46 Half or ton lots, per ton   HiRLEY. ptr 10 lib. aaok $1.50 Half or ton lots, per ton   CORN.-Whole per lb Jllo. per 100 lb. suck    CORN.-cracked, per lb. ...  3jc.  per 100 lb. sack    CHOPS.-Barley, 100 lbs.   11.60 Half or ton lots, psr ton   CH0P8.-W. tz B. 100 lbs $1.60 Half or ton lots, per ton    CHOPS.-O b B, 100 lbs   $1.60 Half or ton lots, per ton    HAY.-Timothy, per ton  ��   M01.ASSINE MEAL.-per 100 lb sack    OATS.���2 e.w. recleaned, per 100 lbs, $1.60. Half or ton Jots, ton  OATS, flatted, per 100 lbs. $1.65 Half or ton lots, per Ion    OIL CAKE MEAT..- per 100 lb. sack   ���SHORTS.per 100 lb, sack   $1.55  Half or ton lots, per ton   WHEAT.-No. 3. per 100 lbs. $1.95.   Half or ton lots, per ton  BEEF SCRAPS, per lb to. per 50 rb. sack      BONE.-Ground, per lb  5o. psr 100 lb sack    t O ii\._Fme rraokpd, per lb So. r��r 1*" ���� tank    CHICK WEED per 100 lb. saek   OYSTER SHELL, per lb . 2Je. per 100 lb aaok    Fir* per cant. Discount an abort prices for spot cud, except  Prices subject to change without notice  3fts.  $��.��  �����c  IN VARIOUS., SIZES  ���^-^aPT���"������"e-  SAND FOR SALE  Electric Fittings  We have jutt received* ahipment of sew  English made Electric Fittings. The designs' are the finett we have ever teen  Up-to-Date Chandeliers  and Wall Brackets  add much to the attractivenest of your  houae  Silk Lamp Shades, Fancy  Globes, &c.  in an endleas variety  Use Electricity in Hot Weather  It it cheaper than keeping a fire going,  and healthy and comfortable  Electric Ironi, Toaateri, Teamalcere, Ranges  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C  It Pays to Get  the Best in Insurance  Am. to get It froa G. A. Fisker, Afeat, Growler Black, Ckj  Kelowna. B.C. June 26th, 1914.  " Mr. C. A. Fisher. City.  Agent Commercial Union Assurance Co.,  Dear Sir,���We acknowledge receipt of payment of loss st our recant  Era in the sum of $625.00. with thanka.  Considering that the proof of lose claim was seat in only ten days ago  to the insurance company this early eetllemeat is easy gratifying and your  company ia the lirat to make payment."  Yours vary truly,  MAX JENKINS & CO.  (signed) per Mai Jenkins  COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., LTD.  VaaoouTW, Juae 29th, 1914.  G. A. Fisher, Esq., Kelowna, B.C.  Dear Sir���Replying to your letter of tba 26th inst., re lass Jenkins It  Co. . . . for your information I might state that all leasee we has* an  paid for just as promptly as this one as we consider this firet-cLaee advertising, and we have no reason for keeping tha money from the assured  after the loss is adjusted.  Yours truly,  A. T. Von ETUNGER. Branch Manager.  . 44o.  ���96.00  $28.00  tl.40  ��3.8S  $30.00  $30.00  $30.00  $18.00  $3.00  $30.00  $31.00  ...  $3.00  .  $29.00  $37.00  .. $a.so  ... $4.00  ... $8.75  .. $3.75  .... $3.40  oakajr  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE ���  104  e^a��"eeaee��.a�������aa.���..����a��~ss����.a��..��-^.Bse��.��.��s.eeeaea.aaeaeea.���e^eeasea^essaee.   ���  ��mmmmmmm,  mldlm. PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914  ( WANTED! )  Prepaid Bates: 2 oentB per word  first insertion and 1 oent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., Inserted for less than 26 centa.  AU classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to tha cost  attending ths booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for then ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE Oil REST.- Six roomed  house on Wilson Avenue. Pricu  S2.00U. TermB arranged. Apply E.  Knglsnd. 2?lf  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  nail lot, $1250, close in. Apply Bom  149 Kelowna. 19tf.  FOR SALE.- Arsenate of Lead, 1, 5,  and 25 pound sizes. Kelownu Growers Exchange. 23tf  TEAMS FOR SALE.���Heavy draft and  gunertil purpose. Ai��i 1-. J. Morrison  K. R. I. Phone 3410. 28tf.  FOR SALE.��� Pure Bred young Berkshire pigs. Also two seated surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Oil-  worth. 30tf.  FOR SALE. ��� Young Berkshire pigs.  Apply J.H. Golightly, Okanijjan  Mission. 30-33p  FOR SALE.- Splendid horse, saddle  and bridle. ?55. Apply Resold office, x  FOR SALE.���South Vancouver property. Good revenue producing blook  on Frnsir street, nn SO ft. thoroughfare from oity to Woodward's Landing. Roynl Bunk on opposite corner. Apply .Ins. B. Martin, I.nkeview  Hotel, or 1842 ('harlos Btreet, Vancouver. 33  TO RENT  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent .418.50 per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tl  FOR SALE OR RKNT.-5-roomed cot-  tngo with bath. Stoekwell avanue.  Apply P.O. Box 201, Kelowna.   27tf  TO RENT.���5-roomed house on Richter  Street. Furnished. Apply P. 0.  Box 125. 32-3  SITUATION VACANT  WANTED���Probationer Nurse for the  Kolowna Hospital. Apply G. A.  Fisher,  Becretery. 3UI.  WANTED.��� Girl, or Jttp or Chinoso  boy to assist in housework. Apply  A. H. Johnson,-Rutland. 32-3  WANTED.��� A eompetont bookkeeper.  Stato excierionco and salary required  lo    P. O. Box 644, Kelowna.       33  SITUATIONS WANTED  WASHING AND HOUSEWORK-Want-  eil by hour or day. Apply Miss Berg  or Miss Nelson, Ellis St. x  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hereron will  pay the highest market prioe lor  heifer or bull calves of any ago. 31tf  STRAYEn.-Rdl bull call, strayed to  my yard on thc night of July 2nd.  Ownur can have same on identifying  and paying expenses. Hawtrcy,  South Kelowna. 33-6  LOST.���Whito'grey  pony  on  Monday,  lith, strayed  toward Okanngan Mission from    Kelowna.    Owner,    Dick  Jennens, B. C. Growers. Howard $ o  33-4  Private Sale of  Household Furniture  Practically new  Apply at once, Mrt. Raid, Glenn Ave  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thia school offers a thorough, modern  education, with careful training and  refined home life.   Terma moderate.  For prospectus, &c, apply  Milt LeGALLAIS   -   Principal  i m  KELOWNA RACE HORSE SHOWS  WELL AT PENTICTON  ( Tho Penticton Herald thus refers to  the performance of Jack Cameron's  horse at the Dominion Day races:  Local Option, tho fast Kelowna  horse, broke the track record in the  first heat of the Froe-for-AU, and then  apparently not satisfied broko its own  reoord again in tho Becond heat by  making n mark oi 2. iu and 1-5 for the  mile. Tho time for the first boat was  2.22and 1-5.  H.M.C., waB tho second horse in <hm  event, giving the Kelowna horse, a very  eloso run for the money.  TAX RATE WILL BE  TWENTY-FCUR MILLS  (Continued Irom Pane  1.)  Freddie Wolflli in now Lint new light-  weight box Ins champion uf the world  having boon awarded the decision ovor  Willie Ritchie, at (ho ond of a fast  Iwonty round battle in which tho  Welshman's superior Bpood, olever-  nt'Hs and boxing anility wns demon-  stratod nil through,  SOUTH KELOWNA UND COMPANY  LIMITED  Tenders are Invited for I lie clearing  of certain areas <>f land on tho above  property.  Particulars mny ho obtained tit the  Company's offices, Bernard Avenue.  Kelowna.  Tenders must reach tho Company by  Saturday! eighteenth day (18th) July,  1914.  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND CO.  LIMITED.  HUBERT T. MEUGENS  32-34. Secy.-Treas.  proaohing orossinis and others haw  traveled after d:(rk without tuil light*.  In a city like Kelowna where the aron  is so great in proportion to the flizo  [of its population ttnd police force, and  with an ever increasing volume of traffic, it is of tho utmost importance, if  serious accidents are to bo avoided,  that all motorists and others strictlv  conform  to the traffic regulations.  Fire Hobs Duttmgud  Dunn* thc rcc'tit firo al the- Max  Jenkins' Livery Stable stums persons.  at pi'ieSenl un'nown, drove a motor  tar over the fire hose, breaking and  damaging same to tho extent of Stt.  Such a ll.ought'.ess aol might lead  t(, serious results in rendering lhahoa,1  unfit for s rvibe, thoroby depriving thu  fireman of their only means of extinguish ag a  fiti'.  L;noocupiod Houses  Thi i'o are now maity bad characters  moving about in tins district. Citi-  ittns going away for holidays, oi<\. and  leaving Iho'r hoimes unoccupied should  notify tho police before leaving Iho  oity. Their pr mis s wi'l th'ti receive  special attention.  Arrest of American Citizens  On (he 20lh instant, acting i-poi.  telegraphic instructions received from  Malcolm It. J. Bold, superintendent of  Immigration al Vancouver. I arrested  two American citizens named Ppte'Bob-  ovitch .-md Joseph Meier, Thoy wen*  detained here until 21th, Juno,   when  Magnetic Healing  Those interested inquire  Box 633 - - Kelowna  33-4p  As the Cannery contemplates a very  heavy run tins season, we are desirous  of employing all the women and girls  we can obtain locally.  A kindergarten will be maintained  where small children of women desiring employment will receive good care  during the day freo of charge. Kindly  send in your names lor registration.  WESTERN  CANNERS  LTD.  Launch for Hire  e  for Picnics, &c.  Apply Cather, Harvey Avenue  Phone 250  ICE  Delivered Lo any part of the city in  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  H. B. BtJBTCH  Bankhead  Phone 180 21tf.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  rnixere and all appliancea for concrete  conatruction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I have had many yeara'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement & Riaa.' office. Wooleeley Av.  Reenter Block Richter Streel  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  SPIREIXA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr.  Mathie'a (over tailor shop, I'cndo/i  street) between the hours ef 1.30 and  8 p.m., Saturday of each weak to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. 1'. O,  llox 626, Kelowna. 20tf.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plani and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office t No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  they were handed over to Inspector  Christie of the immigration department who took them to Vanoouver,  where they were charged with unlawful  entry into Canada.  .  Sanitary Matters  The promenade along the beach ia  tlio city park often presents a very  untidy appearance, being littered with  paper bags and pieces of newspaper  thrown away by people who havo been  partaking of , refreshments. In under-  utund that receptacles for this rubbish  are to bo provided in the near future,  when this matter will be remedied.  Cases Brought, Before iB. Weddell  Police Magistrate  Drunk  and  disorderly        1  Drunk  and ineapable      7  Resisting  arret*.    1  Indian drunk  \     1  Interdict drunk     1  Indian in possession of liquor    1  [Supplying  Im.'nii wilh liquor     9  1 areeny from dwelling house     1  I Larceny from stow     1  j l ndesiruble  females expelled from  the city      3  Fires   ..;   '   2  Stray  dogs   destroyed  ,���\d)      4  I'rlsousrs meals     85  Fines collected   >and handed over  lo 0.  H. Dunn, city elerk' ...   172.50  Trade licence money collected and -  handed over to G. rf. Ph nn ...25.01*  Dog license   money   collected   and  handed overlto 0. H. Dunn . 10.00  I have the honor to be, sirs,  Your qbedient servant,  It. W. THOMAS.  Chief Constable.  HAVE YOU TRIED OUR  WET WASH?  Saves you all wosh day Worries for 75c  Wc give you a roomy box ;  you  fill it full, and we  return it next dny washed  and nearly  dry  for  75c  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Off Pendozi Street South  Phone 159  On  Thousand  Dollars  $1,000 is a lot of money these days and naturally nnyene  would hesitate before making an offer fo give away lh��t  much money. However, we know of one firm who nre so  certain of the purity of llieir gcods that lliey offer $l,CC0 for  any residue injuries to health foui:d in food os a lertilt of  pr.'p.iring same, with their product, which it:���  Egg-0 Baking Powder  1 lefts is .mother statement they ma If*:  " N > ii>id will be as light and digestible, entirely  free from tartaric acid, alum. Rochclle anltr, lime  or ammonia, aa when made with  Egg-0 Baking Powder  We believe the contention of the manufacturers  Lo be right and to prove that we believe it, we  suggest that you buy a can from us, give it trial  llireetinirs, nnd ifyouarenot then fully satisfied wilh  Egg-0 Baking Powder  we will refund double the purchase money. In  other*words: You pay ua 25c for a pound can, try  it three timea, and if not satisfied return what is left  in the can with a written objection signed by yourself and we will, give you 50c, being double the  price you paid for it.  Egg-0 Baking Powder  - 16-ounce tins (one full pound) 25c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality & Service our motto.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly accounts nett  Saturday Cash Special  Signal Brand Sirdines, reg. 2 for 25c 3 for 25c  Kool Underwear  For Ladies and Children  UNDERWEAR  You will find just the   [  line   you   require   and  prices Bre below com-  petition.  Fine white ribbed Cotton Vests,  plain and trimmed, sleeveless and  ahort aleevea, aizee 32 lo 40 15c  Porus Knit Vest, sleeveless and  short    35c and 50c  Lisle  Thread  Vests, sleeveless  and ahort 25c  Swiss    Ribbed    Vests,    hand- .  crochet voice, 50c, 75c, 65c  Kiddies Vests and Drawers  Size. 20 to 30. Short aleevea oi  half 15c each  Babys' Woollen Things���Vests ���  banda, Reuben, and Slip Waiit,  Ladies Combinations  Ladies' Combinations, in vegetable  Silk. Very elastic and delightfully cool.  Maltese Hand Crochet Yokes,  Sleeves and Cuffs $2 each  Sleeveless Lisle Combinations, all sizes  and qualities..50c, 75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50  Nazareth Combinations for Children  If you don't know these you should  ask to see them. Quite a new thing  and very handy for summer wear 85c  Hosiery That Wears  Boys' Buster Brown. Black only, 6 to 10,  all one price 35c; 3 pairs for $  Buster's Sister. A fine line, highly  mercerized. Just right to wear with  light summery dresses. Black, sky, white,  pink and tan.    All sizes. ..35c; 3 for $ I  Splendid assortment of Silk Hose. Tan,  Black, White, Navy and Light Shades,  in open work lisle...75c, $l,$l.25, $ 1.50  Radium Finer Lisle. Made double sole  heel and toe.   Black only 75c  Women's Cotton Hose. A nice soft  cotton, fast Hemsdorf dye 35c pair  SPECIAL TABLE OF SOCKS'  Sizes 4 to 7 only. Plain colors, aaiorted colored  tops, end tome of Dr. Jaeger's wools. All one  price a> 15c  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED


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