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 MJOPer  City Council Give Sidewalk  By-Laws Final Reading  LONG LIST OF ACCOUNTS-PA83ED  ���      FOll PAYMENT  His Worship, the Mayor and Alder-,  men Adams,' Copeland, Duggan and  Rattenbury attended Friday morning'*  matting of t j oity council. There wa*  however, little except' orduar/ routine  business to transaot.  A reoent amendment to the Land  Begiitry Act had mad* necessary tha  resubmission of several subdivision  plana whioh had already received the  approval' ol th* oounoil and several notioe* of suoh wen read.  On behalf of the Polio* Commissioner tb* Mayor reported that R. Sutherland had resigned hi* position as chief  constable, that the resignation had  been aooepted and-that It. W. Thomas  had been appointed at a salary of $100  per month upon the understanding that,  should the commissioner be satisfied  with hi* service* at the expiration of  one month the (alary would be increased to $125 per month.  A letter waa read from the Board of  Trade urging the counoil to take drastic step* to moderate tht mosquito  nuisance. The clerk was instructed td  reply that tht Publio Worka Committee  would experiment with oil upon the  slough* in the park.  Aldermen Copeland and Duggan asked th* oounoil to decide the question  a* to whether the sidewalk on the  north side oi Lawson avenue, between  Riohter and Ethel streets was to be  plank or oement.  Mayor Jones pointed out that a  petition for the construction ol a  wooden sidewalk under the Local Improvement Aot had been presented to  the oounoil, and the signatures to thi*  petition were ��uffioient to allow the  oounoil to go ahead with the work.  Ms**n II. W. Raymer and Max Jeakina  however, had line* informed several  member* of the oounoil that they want-  ad a oement walk, and objected to the  eoutruotion ot a wooden walk. Mi.  Jenkins had sign*d th* petition for  wood, bat claimed lu had dona so. in  error. Mr. Jenkins ha* bec.i given cn  May 18th a form of petition' for a oement walk and lie hail promised to  have th* same signed and presented to  the oouncil oa the 15th, but nothing  further had been heard of it.  Alderman Duggan aaid if th* matter  wat not decided at tht present meeting  it would delay the construction of th*  oement walk* whioh had to ba put in.  The Board ol Works waa anxious to  hav* the specifications of the walk*  and a notice and form of tender prepared by the engineer at onoe.  Alderman Copeland (aid hs wa* opposed to any further demy. The council  had left the matter open for two weak*  ���heady to give those who preferred a  oement walk a chance to present a petition and they had not done so.  After the clerk had failed in an attempt to get. Mr. Jenkins on the tele-  phono it wa* decided to construct th*  walk of plank.  Bylaw* 156 and 157 relating to tht  construction oi wooden and oement  sidewalks wan reconsidered and finally  passed.  The mayor reported having been ap-  proaohed by Mown. Macdonald and  Bulman, representing the B. 0. Grow-  on, Ltd., for the purpose of obtaining  th* city's consent to the closing of the  lana between lots 25, 26, 27 and 2S in  registered plan 774 for th* reason that  it is impossible for a railway spur to  ba plaoed on the lane.   Mr. Macdonald  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A RABBIT  AND A GROUSE  At the provincial police court     on  Tuesday   morning Magistrate Weddell  had before him Louis Guidi of   Summerland who wa* charged with having     B��nfin>e burned    on many a hilltop  oarried firearm*   without first   having ^hr��ughout Ireland Monday night wl��n  obtained a license.   Game Warden 3ul- H    beo��n>o    known    that by a vottj  of 351 to ��74, a majority of 77; the  British House of Commons had pained  the Home Rule Bill. The rnd  of the hard fought struggl*  oame quite suddenly, the Unionists refusing to debate the bill without further information ao to the  government's intention* in regard to  the proposed amending measure, ill*  purpose ol whloh is, to paoify the Motion of the Irish nation who are to  bitterly opposed to Home Rule.   '  Premier Aaquith lifted a corner of  the veil, but though Mr. Andrew  Bonar Law, leader of the Opposition,  admitted that the premier's Word*  wen conciliatory, he hastened to add  that Mr. AsquHh had not told them  anything. To'discuss the third reading under the circumstance, would/  he said, be futile and ridioulous.  He added: "Let the curtain I ring;  down on this contemptible farce. ft  is only tht end ot an aot and not of  the play. The government can carry:  the bi'l t! r ��� -nt,    but the  concluding aot of the drama will be-in  the country, when an appeal to th*.  people will not end in a Inr e."  Mr. Law then remarked that when  the government was unable to obtain  a seat in parliament for a member  of the c abinet, meaning Rt. Hon. C.  F. C. Masterman, an -appeal to the  oountry evidently was not far off.  Moving Picture Films  tlade in Kelowna  NEW INDUSTRY   PROMISES   WIDE  PUBLICITY TO DISTRIOT  livan proved the offence whioh wa* admitted.  Mr. Bum*, who appeared for the defendant, explained that his client had  had s license but waa under the impression that it ran for a year from  the time ht obtained ii. Guidi was  fined.$25 and coat*.  Vincenzo Guidi was charged with a  similar offence and was also fined $25  and costs.  Louis Guidi was next charged with  being in possession of grous* out nf  season. Deputy Game Warden Leilur  said that On Sunday last he went to  the shaok of defendant and in a frying  pan on the stove he found some  grouse whioh was being cooked. H*  asked Guidi if ht had killed tht grouse  and he replied that it wa* rabbit, but  witness was sun it was grous*.  The remain* of the alleged grouse  wen produced in court and examined  by Mr. Weddell, Mr. Burne and other..  Defendant swore that th* bona) produced wen those of'a rabbit, but as  then seemed .to be quit a a difference of  opinion ** to whether thw were tho*.  of a rabbit or grouse, the magistrate  dismissed the can.  Another charge of having speared  fish in hia possessioo was next preferred against Loui* Guidi. In this  case Deputy Game Warden Leader aaid  he found 40 or 50 fish on defendant's  premises, four or fivw having epaar  marks on them.. H* told defendant  und the other* with him that they  wen not allowed to spear fith. fhey  did not *ay whether tb* lien had heen  ���peered or how they had caught them.  In reply to Mr. Bum*, witness said  all the Hah wan aot sptar mat'M- Be  did not find any spear, nor any signs  of them. An ordinary gaff might have  been used.. People did not generglly  leave these things lying around.  Mr. Burne naked for a dismissal ol  the oast on the ground that there was  no evidence that the fish had. been  ���peered,'  Defendant wa* called and claimed  that he had caught the fish with hook  and line and had used worms for bait.  Guidi'* brother corroborated thi*  evidence and the magistrate dismissed  the cast   O ���:  I.)  CITY POLICE COURT  Mr. 0. C. Weddell, polio* magistrate,  disposed of three east* of dninkenne**  at the city police court oa Tuesday,  Edward MoDougaH of Weatbank wa*  fined $20 and costs or 20 days hard  labor lor being drunk and disorderly  on Bernard avenue the night before.  Michael HoDougall, was fined $10 or  20 days for having lien drunk and  inoapable on Abbott street the same  evening, and Annie MoDougaH wa*  ordered to pay a fine of $20 or r��o to  jail for having been drunk and elisor  derly on Bernard avenue.6 A* ihe is  deaf and dunb the evidence wat given  bar by signs. Michael MoDougall was  alao interdicted. AH three prisoner*  an half-breeds from across the lake.   �� '  Dr.'and Mrs. Gaddeo ar* in town this  week. 'Dr. Gaddea is selling out, his  household furniture by auotion next  Tuesday, It being his intention to remain In San Diego. Cn'if., for some  tin* y*t.  Pay Visit This Week  Prof. Grisdale, superintendent and  Mr. Angus Maokay, inspeotor of th*  Dominion Government Experimental  Farm*, Ottawa stopped off at Kelowna lor a few days early this  week on their return from Summerland when they have been In connection with the laying out of th* experimental farm whieh the government  is establishing at that point.  Mr. Maokay I* an unci* oi Mr. F. R.  E. DeHart, and was the guest of the  latter during hi* stay in town. He has  many inlimala friend* in this district  who hav* known him baok on tht prairie, when he wa* considered to be tne  of tht mott useful men in western Canada. Ha wa* superintendent of tht  experimental farm at Indian Heed  from it* oommenotment up to lest  July whtn he was promoted to hi*  pretent position at Ottawa. He it  moat entertaining and inatruotiv* lecturer upon agricultural subjects, and  hi* influenoe in thi* direction haa been  ol marked value to tiie oountry It  was Mr. Maokay who Introduced into  Saskatchewan the *Marquis" whe:it,  which ha* proved suoh a great sue-  oess an aooount ol being several days  earlier than any other variety.  Prof. Grisdale and Mr. Maokay both  spoke very highly ol the Okanagan  and iUprospect* for "the future. They  were shown all over the Kelowna distriot, and wen ver������ 'leised with what  they ��aw. They left Wednesday by  automobile for Vernon.  they rose from their seats, cheer-  and waving their hat*. The   divi-  was then taken strictly on party  The    followers    ol   William  Men    abstained Irom   voting, Mr.  rien explaining their   views, "that  t premier's aotion was not straight  ling with   either England or   Ireland."  -.V  JUBILANT NATIONALISTS    ES-  a&       CORTBILL TO LORDS  The Home Rule bill was subsequent-  sent up to the House of Lords. It  accompanied  by  a group of jubi-  ,nt Nationalists, who escorted the of-  [1 bearer of the bill and sang "'God  ,ve Ireland."  The'House of Lords afterward formally read the bill a first time. The  real fight on the measure in that oham  tfer will begin in the middle of June,  after the Whitsuntide holidays.  Mr. John E. Redmond, the Irish  Nationalist leader, in a statement last  week, said the division in the lious?  of commons was equivalent to the passage of tho Home Rule bill into law  and expressed the hope that tht Ulster-  ties "who are genuinely nervous at to  their position, will abandon unreasonable demands and enter into a conciliatory discussion with their fellow countrymen with regard to .the points of  tht bill upon which they desire further  safeguards. Monday's developments,  Mr, Redmond pointed' out, marks tbe  death after an inglorious history of the  fended the government against tht  oharge of ignoring the rights of the  minority,, and explained that he waa  introducing an amending bill ant- because he thought that the Irish Home  Rule measure was bad or Imperfect,  but because he.aufs anxious for peace.  The vote waa..then taken, and the,  announcement of tbe Injures brought  out a gnat demonstration by tne Nationalists and the  Liberals.     As   one  'In  a brief apejeh Premier Asjuith de- 114   yean of the   union ol Pitt and  Castlereegh. Its plaoe ia to be taken  by a new union founded on mutual  respect anil goodwill between the two  islands."  'The Nationalist leader asserted that  only two eventualities, both of them  Impoajriblc, oou'd pnvent tht bill from  'becoming a statute within a few weeks  -the first that the parliamentary see.  (OMtlsaad oa ran It  Tetegra^ Service?  RUMOR;.    THAT     NEGOTIATI3NS  ARE IN PROGRESS    |  HENNING PRESENTED WITH A  GOLD WATCH ON LEAVING  Posters an out   announcing a big  day of   raoe* In   connection with the  opening of the new raoe traok pi the  Kelowna Sport* Association,  at    the  Will tne C.P.R. take over the looal  telegraph servioe; aad if so, will1 thty  lease the government line or that of  the Okanagan Telephone Co?  Then i* every reason to believe that  tha C.P.R.. have been negotiating with  one, or both, ot th* existing line* with  a view to a lease, and th* faot j 'hut  Agent Swerdfager ha* already motived  complete outfit of telegraphic forms  and other paraphernalia would: lend  oolor to th* supposition that negotiation* hav* bean so far advanced that  a definite statement ofl the part of th*  company may be expected at any moment.  At the present tint* telegram* from  Kelowna have to be sent to Vernon  over the government line, and at th*  latter city transferred to the C.P.R.  system. This result* not only in delay, but an extra oharge of 35 centa I*  added to an ordinary message.  Ths Board of Trade ha* repeatedly  brought pressure to bear on the C.P.R.  to extend their system to Kelowna a*  thi* would do away with muoh of tne  inconvenience experienced under tht  pretent method of working. A definrt*  amnunoement by th* oompany it being  awaited with interest  o-  WI1L BUN EXCURSION ON KINl'S  BIRTHDAY  The C.P.R. I* running a special  oursion on Wednesday, June 3rd (th*  King'* birthday) to take in the celebration at Vernon. The Aberdeen will  leave Penticton at 6 a.m., calling at  Naramata, Summerland, Peachland  and Kelowna (about 8.80) arriving at  tht landing at 11 o'olock. The return  journey will atari from tht Landing on  the arrival ol .the train from Vernon  about 8,80 p.m. The tare will bo  $2.16 return.   O   Canada'* water    power I* estimated,'  at 16,000,000 horsepower, equal to an  old polo grounds, to take plao* next annuel production of 36,700,000 tons  Wednesday, June 3rd (The King's ot ooal; only 1,016,591 horsepower has  birthday) at 2 p.m. been d*v*lop*l.  An unusually animated seen*  witnessed at the wharf Saturdr���  ing laat. Local baseball Ian* wen  gathered in full force to bid good-bye  and good luck to one of Kelowna'*  moat popular baseball playen, Mr. A.  Henning, who ha* been promoted by  Grant Smith & Co., to an important  position under the company at St,  P��u), Minn., when they are putting up  two million dollar building,  A few minutes before the Okanagan  oame alongside, Mayor Jones made  very pleasing, but' r ���' ��� ��� i h n whieh  congratulated Mr. Henning upon his  new appointment. At the *ame tiro*,  remarked Hia Worship, they much regretted hi* leaving Ktiowna. They all  wiahed him the belt ol good) luck in  hi* new aphere of labor. "In the nam*  ol local baatball tan* and other* I  hav* vary mush pleasure in presenting  you with thia gold watoh" said th*  mayor, "a* a token ol our high ' regard."  The presentation waa aeeompaniod by  tana hearty cheers end a ."tiger" anil  the singing of "For He's a jolly good  fellow"'��� Cheers wen again renewed aa  the steamer left the wharf.  As an instanoe of the popularity of  the recipient, it is Interesting to not*  that the cost of the watch, whioh was  handsomely engraved, wat subscribed  for within a lew hours.  .    ' -io   OKANAGAN METHODIST  PASTORATE  The following were the appointnunts  mado to the Okanagan distriot by th*  recent Methodist Stationing Conference  at Kamloops:  Enderby, Rev. J. W. HeuMey, B.A., B.  D.i Armstrong, Rev. Jas. Wood, lgte  ol Viotoria; Vernon, Rev. W. Vanoe, B.  A.; Kelowna, Rev. Jas. C. Switser, B.  A.; Rutland, Rev. Gordon Tanner, B.  A.; Peachland, Rev. A. Henderson,  Summerland, Rtv. R. W. Lei; Pentioton, Rev. R. M. Thompson; Keremcot,  Rev. Frank Stanton, B.A.  The new moving picture film making  enterprise, whioh hat been undertaken  by Mr. R. Dunoan promisee to become  quite an important local industry. Certain it is teat no batter advertising  for tht distriot could possible be devised than the recording in animated  photography oi eharactcristio  and interesting events, The "movie*"  have taken a gri i upon the publio favor suoh as nothing else ever did, and  in addition to it* wonderful educative  influence, it is a great means of publicity. A picture on th* screen becomes  stamped mon indelibly on-tbe minds  of the observers than page* ol reading  matter would.  The film* which hav* been turned out  so far have been of excellent quality,  and with greater experience in handling  the somewhat delicate processes involved, there is no doubt that a class  of film will be produced whioh will bear  comparison with that ahown anywhere.  Hr. Dunoan ia nothing if not tnter-  psising, and it is safa to say that few  events of any moment in the distriot  will be allowed to pa** without recording. So Isr pioture* have been shown  of the "B. C. Hone, leaving for camp"  The   Launching   ot   the   Sioamous"  The Children leaving echo-it" *,<1  several baatball pioture*. It ia the  intention to have il poasiUa Mm* looal  films every week at ihe opera house.  Next week we an promised a number  of scenes taken at th* Vernon camp  and a picture of the Rooky Mountain  Rangers/leaving Kelowna last Sunday  morning. ' i  As many incidents and views in the  distriot will also ba of general interest,  films which come up to the highest  standard will be sold to oompanies controlling general oircuita in America and  Europe and will thus be witnessed by  million* of people, just a*' aoenes in  th* Path* and Universal weekly an  now viewed by the people of every oity  town aad village in th* world.  The camera and complete film making outfit was bought from the New  York firm of Schneider Jr. Co., some  months ago by Mr. G. H. IL Hudson,  and reoently passed into th* possession ol Mr. Dunoan. ' *  A room over the stag* itreaaing  room* in the opera houss ha* been  fitted np with every neosssary convenience for developing and finishing tb*  film* rapidly and efficiently. Those familiar with ordinary photography  will realize the difficulties attendant  upon handling film* several hundred  feet in length. The moot up-to-date  ���enntifio apparatus ha* been provided  however, and it will bt pouibte in  emergencies io finish a fihn in the  court* of a few hours. The printing,  machine which work* with a special  ���lectrio lamp is an interesting part  of th* outfit. Th* no-.ntive and positive film* pass in contact b*for* a  ���mall opening Die oxaot tin ol one  pictun. Two pioture* a second is tho  rata ol output.  In tbe work of operating and devel  oping Mr. Duncan haa th* able sssist  am* of Mr. Bert LeQuesnt.  In order to diriinguiih th* brand* ol  film* which ani being manufactured an  appropriate name is required, and to  Main thi* Mr. Duncan had adopted  tke expedient of offering a prise lor  th* beet suggestion.    Partioutan    ol  thi* ooutest will ba found advertised in  anotherpage. We understand that nlready a large number ol   suggestion*  have been received.  ResaJts of bees art  Sports oo Victoria Day  AFTERNOON'S PROGRAM SUCCESSFULLY CARRIED OUT  Tht weather man did not uaU* vary .  graciously upon th* holiday laat Monday and the somewhat threatening **���  pect of tba sky most of th* day, and  to* chilly wind which blew- daring th*  afternoon wa* respoatib!* hs torn* degree for the smaljnee* of the attendance at the sport, provided by th*  Agricultural and Trade* Association al  the exhibition grounds. Thar* will, ���  however, be some surplus ot expen .at.  On th* whol* th* rro-rram of snort*  provided by the committee wa* very  ���uootesful, and things went off smoothly and with very little waiting.  Perhaps the most in'.ereat oen:ersd  upon tht ball games (noticed in another column) and the crowd ws* lar joly  ���welled hy mpTorte-s of th* visiting  team from Kamloops.  Tli* following an the results of tbo  various events'  HORSE RACES  Trot or paOo, 2.30 class, fint heat.���  1st Richardson's "Beauty Silk" 2nd  orowe's "Mabel C",. 3rd Fleet's "Briton".  Second heat.-lst "Beauty Silk", 2nd  'Briton", Mable C dropped out.  Third heat.��� let "Beauty Silk" ?>.d  "Briton."  PONY RACE  14.2 Hands and unde-.���1st Vict >r  Borgie't "Maus tt" (Angus MoDougsl1  up), 2nd A. E. Davy's "Paddy".  (Jaoky Davy up).  POLO PONY RACK  1st. Lambly's "Colonel". 2nd Park- .  inson's "Maud".  RUNNING RACE  Half mile    open.��� lit Mrs. Ward's  "Fairy", 2nd G. Fuller'* "Dan a".  ATHLETIC EVENTS  Following are the prise winners in  the athletic eventis;  100 yard*. Boy Scout*.��� lit H.  Crowley; 2nd 3. Parkinson.  100 yards, Boys uiuter 15.���1st Ralph  Ritchie; Snd Tea* Daggett.  100 yard*. 12 yean and iinder.-lst  C. Jossalyn; 2nd J. Dillato-gh.        (  50 yard*. Girls.-lst babel Copebad:  2nd Evelyn Fletcher.  100 yards open.-lst Russell Sutherland; 2nd Hill.  One-half mile open.���1st Hill.  Broad jump.���1st Ray Patten, 17 ft.  8} In.; 2nd F. Powless, 17 ft. 8, in.  Hop, step and jump.��� (Boy* -under  18).-lat Ralph Ritchie: 2nd Ewart  Patterson.  Boy* quarter-mile faievcte rae*.���1st  Tom Duggan; 2nd Ewart Patterson.  MOTOR CYCLE RACE  The motor cycle raoe, whioh wa* run  during lb* ball gam* wat won by G.  M. Dyke*.of Vernon, who covered the  five mile court* in the unusually good  time of a little under seven mlniati-  Thi* on a flat track and nons too  smooth at that, is pret'v good going.  He finished hilly a lap and a tall  ahead of tha second man, F. MoN'ory,  alao of Vernon.  LOCAL COMPANY R.M.R. LEFT FOR  CAMP ON SUNDAY     The looal oompany ot the Kooky  Mountain Rangtre went into camp at  Vernon on Sunday. The men assembled at the old publio school ut a  quarter to eight and half an hour later marched down Bernard avenue to  the wharf. They presented a smart  appoaranoo a* they mad* their way  down the street. When opposite the  pott offioe a moving pioture w.t* taken ol them. Thty embarked on board  the "York" whloh tailed shortly alter  Bin* o'clock. Than wen 38 men ol all  rank*. The offlcere were Capt. Roas.  in command, with Lltut. Moon and  Lieut. Harvey. The non- oommiis  ed offioers were Sergeant* Finch and  Allen, Corporals Moon, Taylor, How-  ley and McMillan.  Disastms Fire os  Hock Mail M  A disastrou* tin brnk* out laat Saturday morning on th* fan* ot sir.  Renfrew, Bhwk Mountsin Road, resulting in th* total destruction of a  large barn and other out-building*. tS*  damage reaching several thousand dolian. Th* barn itself wa* * Is: <*  modem bailding about 40 x 75 tart.  Adjoining it waa a domestio water  plant wttlr pumri- ��� "w and'  tower, supporting a 6008 gallon teak,  whioh fell with a tremendous crash  when the flame* reached the tower. Th*  origin ol th* fire is unknown but It  was discovered soon after 11 o'clock.  Mr. Renfrew was away from home at  the time, bat willing neighbors flowed  Irom all quarters to render what assistance thay could. Th* fin spread  ���o rapidly however, that their effort*  wen direct sd mostly to the protect ion  of the house, whioh was in danger lor  some time, owing to the strong wind  whioh waa blowing in that direction,  Fortunately there waa no live (took in  th* barn at the time and only a small  amount of hay. A considerable quantity of household furniture and vara-  ���Mm wen stored in the barn, however  and thai* wen all destroyed.  Th* Km* Is only partly covered by  Insurance. Mr. Renfrew it making pre-  parathM* to rebuild ai on��. KELOWtfA  RECOKJD  '. "I i  ...   i ' rtpiit....  hi     ; ii        ii  THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1014 .  mmmmmmammmmmagmmmmm  ���* aa ���� aa ����� ���� a* ** ** ������ ��* ��*  ����� .    '**  ������    PROFESSIONAL AND   *��  ������       BUSINESS CARDS      **  ������ ������ ������ .a ���� ����� a* i  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor*,  Notarie* Public,  Conveyancer*, etc,  MELOWNA. n B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C,  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   -   Kelotsna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., So.. C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C,  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organ.it and Choirmaster of Knox Church,  Kelowna. will Not Receive  Pupila until  hia return from the OM Country in September.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  QVIL ENCINEEK  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday ait Ktiowna,  British Columbia ' *  MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL'  (Continued from Paw 1.)  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  I  Subscript ion Bat**:  11.(0   car rear:   75o.. ail   montha     United  Stataa 10 oeme additional.  AU aubacriptiuna naveble in advance-  Advertising Bat**:  LUPUK NOTlUHSi.  i'UUI'EMSIONAL  CAIIIIS.  ETC.. 25 oenU par column Inch tier w.-ek.  L��,\l) AND TlilllKll KuiIUES-��u Java. 10:  (0 mm, 17.  WATEH NUTICES-M tot live insertion,,.  LEGAL ADVKIlTI.SIMI-KiraJ    Inaertion.    II  Mil par Una; eaoh eubaequeue iaeurtiun, 8  canta par Una.  CLASSIFIED APVEBTI8EMENTS-2o��latfn  word lint  Inaertion.   1  oent  par word  un  ButMeuueot  Inaertion.  UlSI'LAY    ADVEHTl.SEllENTS-Twn    liiilin.  aad under, 80 oenta per inoh lirat inaarii'tn  over two lack*. 40 eeala par Inch lint ia  aertlon; 20 wat. par inoh    eaoh .ubM..uem  Inaartioa.  All change, la contract aik���rttiw>rn.,nla mum  ba lo tba hand, ol tba prlatar bv Tu��-aiia\  evening- to enema publication la tha n".t  iMua.  Subacrihara at tba wrular rata can Imve  eltra DSPflr. moiled tn trienda at a dleliinoa  al HALF BATH. I.... 78 canta par year.  Thi. apeclal privilan la treated lor th.  purpoaa ol advertlalns tba cltv and di.lri I.  1 a  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceyor  Survaya and Report, on Irrieation Worka  Applications for Water Liceneea  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. C. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M. Inet. CE . A.M. Can. Soc. CE. B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cioil Engineers and Land Surceyors  Water 9 ippl>. Irrigation. Subdivision., 6cc  3, Crawler Block  P.O. Bos 261  Phone 131  Dr. J, Mil. Nelson Shepherd  ,l ENTIST  P. 0. Boa l��* 'Phone SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  m i  itt,  ' il>.u  .I-...,,  ��� ���   '.    !  ������.:���:���  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives leaaorn in  riANOPORTB, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alao  French Lessons  Converaalional or otherwiat  '   STUDIO���Msrriaon-Thompaon Block  ��� '     i.."  i       , , ^'   itei��> ;;jpm cims  CONTRACTOR k BUILDER  , Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ,       inga,Towrl and Country Residence*  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  . i) i ��� ������: '���  8. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VRTBRINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill Univereily)  i Residence : GLENN AVENUE  ���',������,'.  ���*%>  tM  m*y  ba  left at  the office of  Mesara. Rattenbury k Williams      '  Mr.W. H.PARKER, A. K.C.O.  (Aaeocialr Royal Collesa nl Orsaniet.  London, England)  Orianist ol St. Michael k  All Angela'  Church, receive. Pupila for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  al hi* own or pupil.' re.idence.  Special aaenoion lo children  P.O, Baa Ml, Telephone 120  Addraa* Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUW& CO.  CU ttmifUuUtmmttrmmlOAc  "taissrSssS"  ���%ilmmr---ym  HOME RULE BILL  PASSES THE COMMONS  (Continued (rom Pas. 1.1  bum should oome lu nn abrupt end���  the s.coml thnt the House of Commi.ns  should suddenly u ��� und unl doo!do  not to submit the bill for royal tin.-, nt  ���both ns absurd cnntin,rciioii>B ub lite  suggestion that the King would withhold his asBent.  Mr. Redmond continued: "I say on  behalf ot the Nationalists of livl.iad  (hat we desire the'.r co operation a id  friendship und 1 appeal to thorn to j in  hands with us in making thu Ho ic  Kulo settlement ono to insure the pr. s-  perity and freedom of all classes in tlio  country. The great thing for us ��� to  remember iB that, amending bill or no  amtn'ling bi 1, Home Kulo is now practically an act of parliament."  LUOVISI'ONH OF THE BILL  The bill contains the following j ro-  viaions for the government of Ireland*  A senate of forty members, a ho ae  of commons of one hundred and sixty-.  four members.  The Irish parliament cannot legislate on peace or wat', navy, army or  any naval or military force, foreign relations, trade outside of Ireland, ct in-  age or legal' tender.  It cannot make any law, either direct  ly or iridirect'y, to establish or .endow  any religion, or prohibit the fro* pvor-  cise thereof, or give preference, privi-.  lege or advantngo, or impose any disability or disadvantage on account of  religious belief of religious or ecclesiastical statute;,or make unv religious  belief or rolig'o'.is ceremony a condition,  of the validity of any marriage.  Temporary ns!fictions arc placed on  legislation on land purchase, old age  pensions, national insurance, labor ex-  changis, Royal Irish conntnbulnry, p��Bt  office and other savings banks and  friendly societies The executive remains vested in theSn u''i;n or in his'  representatives.' .  Forty-two meiribers atill will lie sent  from Ireland to the House of Co:n:  mons,  ���The Judicial Committr-p of the "Privy  Council to give tht' final dncifrion as to  the constitutional- stabtKty of liriv net  passed by the Irish parliament..  The Irish exchequer it to defray the  rest of the Irish,, administration; exe pt  for ( reserved servioea mentioned in tbo  above. The Imperial exchequer to  pay an annual aura to the Irish exchequer, starting at 12,50(1,(101). nnd  ovcntually after six years becoming a  permanent payment of ��1,000,000 annually.  stated that in the event of the city  consenting to this lane being closed hia  principals would purchase all of the  land now used as a lane.and open another spur tnrough the property. Subject to the approval oi the city solicitor, the council decided, not to oppose  the proposed alteration*. -  Tlio clerk was instructed to consult  the city solicitor'wilh a view to having tho extensions of Leon avenue from  Riohter to - Ethel streot, for which ' a  petition, had already been received,  made as early as possible.  Alderman Copeland said that during  his absence Irom Kolowna ho had prepared n report upon hi* visit to several cities for the purpose of examining various street pavements. Ho  would prosent it at the next meeting. (  Tho following accounts were passed  for payment:  Canadian Fairbanks Horse Co  power house supplies     I 9.61  Canadian General Electric Co.  power house supplies     391.94  Canadian Westinghouse Co  Power house supplies     439.60  Chapman    k Walker,     power  house supplies        2.39  Fleok Bros. P.H. supplies      23.18  Imperial    Oil Company,    Ltd.  power house supplies       30.15  International Engineering Wks.  Ltd.  power house supplies.      2.50  Miiyainitli k Lowe Ltd. power   ��  house supplies       10.15  McColl    Bros,    k Co.    power  house supplies ... t    101.80  Perfection Supply k Mfg.   Co.  powor house supplies       153,50  .las.    L. Robertson    k    Son.  power house supplies       39.75  (\ C. Snowdon,   power house  applies     52.50  B. C. On/otto, advt       2.50  "        0.50  II. C. Gazette, copies of   provincial statutes -.       0.50  11. C. Gazetto, advt       5.00  Buffalo Motw Co. supplies .... 1711.80  Eloctric llluo Print k Map Co.  maps ot water k    sowerage  works        0.95  Gutta I'erohn k    Rubbor Ltd.  dozen respirntors       "4.00  Hamilton    Stamp    k  Stencil  Works, 225 dog tags        0.65  Vernon Htlwe Co.  powder     ,28.10  White.&  llindon,    stationery...     19.25  Enderby Press, Advt        1.75  Ritchie Contracting k  Supply  sprinkler, less freight    The following accounts are all lor  work on streets' . ���' n  Arthur Andrews    133.83  Frank Avondcr      29.07  .l.Batt  .:  v     53.30  .1. Rrodio  i  160.16  Earl Blackwood a    57.19  bS Donvotte ...... --467.05  P. Brook    228.80  II.-B. Ibu-tch ...;..' i'115.00  3. Copeland ..'.,.. ' 138.94  A. R. Davy      569.61  Georgo Dillon    289.25  D.  Rnnia il R. McDonnell     458.25  J.'Porguaon  266.99  LowIb Gerrlt ..:.,.    - 49.50  W. A. Gibson ..,  .... 317.78  W. II. GJenn k Son  j 117.00  Wen Gregg : ...241.80  W. H. Halliday "   3-00  H. Harnaon ....... ......    136.50  Max Jonkina & Co. ;   ... .650.00  16.50  K Lyon J.     16.60  H. Maidment ...  :   :.. i 153.33  fl': MePhoe ...;..���....;.,...,:....'.....'> 34,|B.  C. MoPhee ::.;.      ���:... i 238.55.  R. L. MoGe*    157.30  D. McMUIan  .". ,128.70  A. Mitchell       108.3.3  W. H. Paisley    ,   J10.91  (i. E. Thompson       270.40  .L .Stewart' '.,....     200.30  George Weir    141.00  .T. Wilkin        66.00  Allan Wilson     52.00  OILLETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  YOU LOSE IF B. C. T1MBEE BURNS  Forest fires mean suffering to hundreds of people, labor turned away  empty handed, tourists kept out of the  provinoe and taxable property destroyed.  Common sense dictates, good citizenship roquircs and the law demands the  observance of tlio following:  Never burn slashings in dry season  without, a permit from your local  forest guard.  Never leave a enmpfire until it is  out.  Don't toss away burning matches and  tobacco.  Don't inake a campfiro in' leaves, rotten wood or against a log.  If you find a fire put it out, if you  can, if you cannot, notify your local  forest guard, rangers, or distriot forester, Vernon. '  The following are forost guards:  F. B. Edwards, Vernon; F. Warner,  ShuBwap Falls; F. Sutherland, Pentioton; W. L. V,. Lowe, Keremeos; A.O.  Holmes, Niiliun; .1. M. 'Baillie, Kelowi  no; W. I). Ilaynca, Fairview; G. M. Allison, Princeton; .1. P. Nash,,. Aspen  Grove; H. f. Hogg, Peachland; R.  Hazelhurst, Nicola; C. A. W. . Loth-  bridge, Hope.  M. V. Allen of Vernon is the Head  Ranger; H. H. Thomas, Prlnoeton,  ranger.  Caro wfth small fires moans few  large ones.  L. R. ANDREWS  Distriot Forester, Vernon, B,C.  ,:..x..m..:..x��:��x~x~W'<-:��v->'K^  persistency Jri  Publicity  ���'���'' *  ���> ���  ���> �����  ���:��� ONE STROKE OK A BELL .>  <. IN A THICK FOG DOES NOT ���>  <. GIVE ANY LASTING IM-. ���>  .;. PRESSION.. OF ITS LOCA- ��>  *>  TION,   BUT   WHEN F0LL0Wt *  * 1CD BY REPEATED .STROKES"*  ���> AT HEGULAR INTERVALS ���>  .> THE DENSEST FOG OR THE *.  <��� DARKEST.NIGHT CAN NOT *  .>  LONG CONCEAL ITS WHERE-  <>  * ABOUTS. LIKEWISE   A SIN.  ��>  * CLE INSERTION OF AN AD- <���  <��. VERTISEMENT-AS QOMPAR- *  <��� J3D WITH ilEGULAB AND *  4> SYSTEMATIC. ADVERTISING *  <��� IS IN ITS EFFECT N0TtIN-.��>  <. LIKE A SOUND WHICH, ��)  <i HEARD BUT FAINTLY. ONCE <���  <. IS LOST IN SPACE AND <t>  t> SOON FORGOTTEN. t>  <���                                                     ���  I ill  mm  T  HAPPY IS the woman who is Dever  unprepared ; who can always lay a nica  appetising meal or light luncheon before any .  guest���unexpected or nol. Her friends praise  her for her housewifely qualities and she feels  that delightful aatiafaction which can only come  from hospitality perfectly done.  he secret lies in having  a well chosen selection of canned  goods and table dainties always at  hand. Look over our stock: (the best of the kind in the  town) and make a selection to-day. Then put your fear  in the cupboard for you will be prepared for any company-  come when it may.  Seme of our Specials:  Canned Tomatoes i       .8 for $ I  Sardines in Pure Olive oil ..8 for $1  Snow Ball Salmon 15c tin  Peachland Canned Peaches ...,6 for $1  Okanagan Cherries  8 for $1  THESTQREOFi  NOTICE '  In tha Hatter of the '.'Drainage, Dyke  ing and Irrigation Aot, 1913," and  in the Matter of the Okanagan DU-  triot..  The, following petition, tigned by a  majority of tht owner* in vain* oi  the herein desoribed property will,  on the 30th day pf June, 1914 be presented to tho Lieutenant-Governor in  Counoil under seotion 9, of tht "Drainage! Dyking-and Irrigation Aot, 1918."  PETITION  To the Lieutenant-Governor in Counoil  of the Provinot-ot British Columbia:  Th* petition of tha undersigned humbly thoweth:-  1. Tlu>t your petitioner* constitute  a majority in value of th* owner* of  tht following dctoribed land*, that is  to say: Lot* numbered 12, 43, 44, 45,  46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 65, 66,  67, 68, 69, of plan numbered 426; all  of plant numbered 425 and'264;'all oi  which properties ar* situate'.la tat  Osoyoos Division oi tht Yale Dittriot  in the Province of British Columbia  and eontain approximately 1837 aorta.  2. That your petitiontr* are desjr-  ou* oi having tha said lands reclaimed  and improved by drainage,' by tht execution ol the following work*:.,th*  laying of a ooncret* til* drain bom  ���lough* tituated on the land* described a* plan* numbered 425 and 264 in  th* Rutland Dittriot, in a westerly direction to Mill Creek.   .  3. That your petitioners desir* - to  appoint a* Commissioner* lor tho carrying out ot th* *aid work* th* following: Willi* Frederick Schell. A. 0.  Loosemore and Earl Clever.  4. That your petitioners desire to  nam. the said district "Rutland Drainage Dittriot."  And .'your petitioners,   at   in   duty  bound, shall ever pray, etc.:  (signed)  WILLIS FREDERICK SCHELL.  . A.��. LOOSEMORE.  EAEL CLEVER.  J5-29  SYNOPSIS Of OOAL JOKING  8EQHLATI0N8  Coal mining right* ai tha  in Manitoba, Saatotahnraa aad Alksc-  ta, tin Yukon Territory, th* North-  wed, Tanitoria*. aad in a portion al  th. Previa** oi Btitiab OolaaUa, any  b* laaaad tat a tana oi twaaty-sas  y*ar* at aa aaaoal natal of tl aa  acre. Not mor* than 2^00 ' am  will b* ImsmI to on* applkaaa.  Application lor tba Isass arast bs  mad* by th* ipplioaat la pnoa ta  ths Agent or Sub-Agant of tht diatitat  In which tb* rights applied for are  aUuatad.  Ia ��urv*y��d territory th* land must  bs dworibsd by Motion*, or legal *ab-  dlvision* ot Motion*, aad la sassi ia/  ���d tsrritoiy tb* traot applud let  shaU b* staked   oat by th* appusaat  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DEUVERY  All kinds of Light  Hauling.   Prompt  attention given to  ,   -     all order*    -  W. P. Meredith   -Prop  Phone 63  or call atA.Cox'.Sacond-hand Stora  Eaoh applioatioa must b* as***  paniadbya f*�� of K whloh will be  r*fund*d if th* right* apphsd Isr  ar* not available, bat aot ethwwin.  A royalty tbaU be paid oa tb* mar-  sbaatobU output ol tb* rains at ths  rats ol Bv* oant* par ton.  Tbs^aanjoa operating th* min* shall  rarnlah th* agaat with iwora ntaras  ���Mounting lot tb* lull quantity ef  mtnhaatabl* eoal mlaed aad pay tke  royalty jumaoa. If th* ooal mlalag  righto am aot bafaaj opsraUd. suoh  rstan* should bs hralahsd at least  oan a year.  tb* I**** will iaolud* th* eoal mating right* only, bat ths l**e*t may  bt ptrmitUd to purehaa* whatefsr  tvailabl* surfsos right* may b* oaa-  tldtrad a*cs***ry Jor th* working el  the mint at the rat* of $10 aa acre.  For rail information application  should be mad* to tb* ���serstary of  tha Department ol tb* Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Snb-Agaat  of Dominion land*.  W. W. COBY.  Deputy Minlitt* of tb* Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorised   publication   af  tht* advertisement will not bs    paid  W. C AITKEN  BUILDER & <X)NTRACTOR  Plan, and Eetlmate.  Finishing work ��� specialty  Office i No. 6, Crowley Blook, Kelowaa  P.O. Bex 911  ��� ��� THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1M4  ���MgaaeaaaaBiWiiti i,i in  ;  ThWoMwIdwrJ,  Pait and Present  PAPER BEAD BETOBE POLITICAL  EQCALITY LEAGUE  Tha following ia a paptr read before  the last meeting of the political equal  ity league last Thursday evening, May  21*t by- Mr*. H. M. Gores  Opinion* have differed in all ages as  to what bonttltutc* the ideal woman,  yet, if wit try to dlsoovw from contemporary writings what wa* the  ideal held by our anoattort, wa ' oan  hardly fail to b* struck by, their practical unanimity ol opinion on th**ub-  jeot. Qualities of a negative, of weak  nature teem to have bean those most  admired���obedience, submission, gentleness, timidity, resignation and the like.  The idea* of St. Paul regarding perfection in woman ar* very restricted;  apparently he require* nothing from  her but obedienoe to her hutband,  whom aha it to regard "a* "lord" a retiring disposition with no inclination  for publio ���peaking, and" a oertain disregard for personal adornment.     Thit  i itjifi.;ji;tHWii;..rj||jj-|WjE;rpii  MM*"' - women did ' "offer war" and  |-''stek for rule" in spit* of pubUa opin  ion.  The heroines of Chas. Diokens show  even mote clearly that weeks***, toft  nets and obedienoe war* recognized as  qualitie* of all good women. Batsy  Trotwood ia f*r from weak, but then  sho is hardly held up aa an ideal. Flo-  renoe Dombty show* the quality of  oubrahwion to a degree���of ooura* her  retignation receives its reward of recognition and attention at last, but that  ia alwayt ao���in the hook*, I feel inclined to date the connection of obedienoe to a man, whether husband or  lather, with perfection ib woman, from  th* day Of St. Paul, ior if we go to  the Old Testament *f th* Gospel* we  find s different ideal. The virtuous  women pictured in tht proverb* ol  Solomon tht wise does not show inuih  weakness���she is a wit* counsellor and  an industrious and thoro lgh organizer.  If our Ideal* ol womanhood have  fallen���and women, trying to iv ill :e  and live up to the ideal put before  thtm by men, have in the peat deliberately repressed and killed in themselves  tho** qualitie* nat admired in them  mane courage,   strength, agression  KBWWNA  RECOM  ideal woman haa been herd up to our t ambition and intellect���still the   .true  admiration for   many centuries     and ideals, the   greatest,   has never really  suoh j* th* force of habit and suggestion that many, indeed almost all of  th* writers coming alter him have considered obedienoe to bs the most Important characteristic of the perfect  woman.  She must be gentle, loving���but not  inconveniently ao, self-effacing and  tweet tempered. Shakespeare's heroines  almost (11 possess these trait* to a  great degree���many ol them preferring  quiet and uncomplaining suffering to  any form of retaliation or effort to obtain justice���until chance, or the intervention of tome benevolunt man.'  brought it their way, and if soma  of Ut heroines���Portia, Rosalind and  Beatrioe, for instance���to say nothing  of Katharine tht Shrew, show qualitie*  - of strength, originality and even a tendency to rebellion that would hav*  made thtm txctUent suffragettes, wa  mutt remember that their creator lived in tht age of Elizabeth of England  and Isabella of Spain, and with suoh  example* of ability and enterprise before him waa ablt mora eerily to got  away from the old tradition*. Yet  even he put* into the mouth of Katharine���certainly at one time a tvpicni  suffragette��� the moat slavish wort's ot  submission evtr spoken, though, bom  the closing words of her orati.in it  would appear that even in thoie days  died. Long repression ha* resulted i  a weakened race ol women, and few  will deny that a great woman it rarer  than a great man, yet tame have risen to inspire us and- show ut what  women oan be and do-  Look at Isabella, the friend of Col-  Itimbus, who sold her' jewels to obtain  his ships, and upheld his sinking  spirits till those last momenta when  she stood upon the shore to bid him  God-speed in hi. hazardous enterprise.  The name* oi Elizabeth i Fry and Flor  ence Nightingale are household words  wherever English is spoken. Nor were  their public ministries limited to their  native land. 'Elizabeth Fry visited  French, Swiss, Danish and German  prisons, and before her death ah* suw  the adoption ol many 'reform*.  America gives us Helen Keller, deaf,  dumb and blind from infancy but now  the possessor of a B.A. degree.  Many more could be mentioned ���  Queen Viotoria, at whose death a Japanese gentleman complained of lonub'-  netB in the columns of a Kioto newspaper���though it seems hard to fay  exaotly in what way he oan have felt  a sense of companionship with her.  Harriet Beeoher Stowe, Joan of Arc,  Isabella Viotoria, Mrs. Fry, Annie Be-  ssnt, Florence Nightint nlo, Mrs, Pankhurst,   Elizabeth���what have these   in  common that riiake* thtm great. Mo-\  thing but their womanhood and thair  publio spirit. ^^  We hear much in these day* oi "Universal Brotherhood" but where 1* th*  "Un.iver.al BUterT It she bom yet?  We believe she is, and that another  generation, if not this 0n3, may see  the realization pf a nobler, greater  "woman ideal" than th* old worn-out  picture ol helplessness and submissive  resignation. A woman taking an' oqual  share with her brother! in both tht  responsibilities and the privileges of  woman in the organization of her coun-  wnman in the organisation ot her oouo-  try a* she ha* alway* taken it in that  ol the horn*. A woman of tru* public  spirit, and I think woman now have at  must at least of that'spirit a* men,  though they art sadly handicapped by  the laok of mean* for thawing it. Not  wholly engrotted in the welfare of her  immediate family oirolo, but able to as*  farther than her sisters in the pait  have seen, and to use her capacity, for  lovinjt, sympathetic car* for th* helpless, o,b well as her faculty for organization, thrift and economy, for tht  welfare ol the atate. tht benefit of tbe  great human family.  I think it it hardy the "ideal man"  ���temporate, strong, prudent and just,  who fears the consequcnx* of removing  all handicaps from his sister's way���  that she may not only recognize, but  realize herself as member of the commonwealth and servant of tha state.  PHYLLIS H. M. GORE.'  (International Irrigation  Congress  WILL  BE HELD   IN CALGARY   IN |  OCTOBER    '  AN APPLE TO CLEAN THE MOUTH  Dr. Sims Wallace, late djntal surgeon  to tho London hospital, states hi* belief that there are in England some  21,0110,000 teeth in a state of ruin  through eating sweets, and goes on to  urge the adoption of a diet containing  farinaceous food in a form whioh will  stumulate mastication ���e.g., brown  bread, and the eating of fresh fruit at  the conclusion Of a msal. By means  of the fruit the teeth are cleaned. Ths  best fruit for this purpose is probably  the apple, whioh if eaten at the end of  a meal, leave* -the mouth delightfully  fresh and physiologically olean.  From an educational standpoint out  of the most notable conventions in the  history of the International Irrigation  Congress will be the 21*t meeting to  be held in Calgary,' October 5 to 9.  Expert irrigationists will attend from  all parts of the United States and  Canada, and the Donvnion government  ha* been requested to invite foreign  delegates from countries where irrigation is practised.  This fact alono presages for the coming Congress one of the moat notable  meetings sinoe it was organ'zed in Salt  Lake City, Utah, in 1891. Valuable information on the various method* of  irrigation in different countries .will be  available at this congress, and this  be studied to mutual advantage by  all who attend. Canadiana may be  able to learn muoh Irom the methods  used in the various parts of the United States and foreign countries.  J. S. Dennis, assistant to tht president of the Canadian Pacific Railway,  whose capibilitiee are so well known  throughout Canada, ia chairman of  the Calgary board of control, which  has been organised at Calgary. The  work in general is in charge of a  hoard of governors constating of Geo.  A. Snow, Salt Lake City, chairman;  .Major Richard W. Young, president of  the Congress, Salt Lake City; J. S.  Dennis, oi Calgary. Alta.; Douglas  White, Los Angeles; Lou D. Sweet, of  Denver: If. Newman. Great Falls and  Arthur Hooker, secretary of the congress, of Spokane.  Delegates will be shown over ths  great irrigation project which begins  practically at the city limits and extends 150 miles to the east. This is  the greatest project of its kind on the  American continent, and will attract  the attention of thousands of visitors  and delegates.  TAKING NO CHANCES  What kind of meat have you   thia  J^^^���^^���������������������mmmmmmmm. .morning?" asked the husband, ol the  The most high''- r��W  saaper man butcher.  in Ike world, Arthur Brisbane,   whose   "The beat steak we have ever   had,  sir," replied the butcher. '"Here you  aro, sir; aa smooth a* velvet nnd as  tender ea a woman's heart."  The husband    looked up nnd    aaid:  "I'll take sausage.  genius is everywhere recognized, says:  "The local newspaper i|i proportion toi  its circulation is, in my opinion, infinitely the most valuable advertising  locdinm wc hove."  Send/or Five Roses  Cook Book���  BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPE* carefaf r  choan Iran mm coMnbtstHM of over two Amum *  successful MM* ��f Five Roots now ttrotaghcsst C^**ak  AW Useful Notts tw the various cU*s of fOoJAkajt  io ��at aO ol **l*kh havs beo* carefully checked twrj  t*Utgf>WWD��ltlU��CaiMTBlW^  W. R. GLENN & SON, Agent*    .    Kelowna. B.C.  Wrfc.fk.rl! "^ Pinean^ Fir. 16-in.  V  T   ^aW^mr \Ju\ ��� Cutrtnteed drv wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One fo four ricks.. .$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  A carload of Refrigerators, Screen Doors, Screen  Windows, Step Ladders, ex., arrived last week, completing one of the best stocks of Summer Requirements carried in the valley. A big saving in freight  is effected in shipments of this kind. .Yours is the gain.  The "Kelowna"   Refrigerator  case is made of thoroughly seasoned kiln-dried hardwood, finished golden oak; 5 walla insulated with  cerite paper, the best non-conducting paper known;  eleanable flues, provision chamber steel lined while  enamel, removable shelves,  Kalowna No. Il-25j  larratarefe  he whole hoa^e  Mb d**pi ��>-in hi|h-$l2.l5  l-in    ���      42.1a   ���   -$13.80  ,...    .,      20-ln    .      45-in   ���   -$17.10  7-24-in wide. 19 M.in . M-in high (**tra)$22.ft0  9-26i-in wide; 19 l-4-rad..p; M-inhigh ��� $25.20  Other bigh-grtda number, at $32 JO tad $60.73  ll-BJ-inwid.; 17-il  22-28j.in ��� I9.se  44���311-in    ���     20-ii  Unloaded Car New Furniture Last Week  Too-H-AT  OEDlCB^CDy)!  THBir Come  iOtM^ATOlTR  Combination Step ladder Chair $4.25  Splendid thing to have around the home  Step Ladders of all kinds $1 up  Screen doors, frames, kiln-dried..$1.50, $1.75, $2 to $3.25  Window Screens, adjustable 30c, 35c and 40c each  Meat Safes, Plate Covers, Ice boxes, Tongs. Picks, &c*  "New Perfection" Blue Flame Oil Stoves, I, 2 and 3  burners.   The bast oil stove on the market  AH the summer necessities for the home.   Many little  housework short cuts.  Tents, Flies, Wagon Covers, etc   A full range. --  Garden Hose  Try our new plain moulded, guaranteed to stand up.  Lawn Mowers  The mower with blades of Sheffield steel.   Easy running,  .good cutters, seldom dulls,  Fishing Tackle  Rods, $1 up, Flies, Leaders, Spoon���everything you need  to land them. .  Dining Chairs  Golden oak or early English. Splendid value��� I arm,  5 chairs, per set , , $15.75  Extension Tables  .   Strongly built, Early English     ......!.$1465  Buffets  In all finiahes from 1 $19  Kitchen Cabinets and Cupboards  Bedroom Furniture  Satin Walnut Dreaaers, Chiffoniers, Stands snd Somnoes.  In medium-priced lines this lead*. It ia splendid in appearance and Jasts better then some of the more eip-n-  ���ive lines.  Folding Card Tables  Round and square.    Plain wood top or felt covered.  Guaranteed for 10 years  The new steel wire Coil Bed Spring. A spring thai ia  entirely made . up to spring perfection. Guaranteed  against breakage or twisting. Your monry refunded or  a new spring.  Camp Cots, Reclining Chairs, Stools, Hammocks, Ate. Campers outfitted.   Porch and verandah ahades, all size*.  Hardware  Dalgleish & Harding  Furniture mmwwi  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914  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 wilh Separate Domestic Water  System,  Bottom Lands  Suitable for dairy and general faimir.g.  City Property  Lots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For paiticulara apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  Black.milhinc done.     Weighbridge.     Oala crushed.     Fence po.ti, Milk,  Potatoes, Apple., etc., for Sale.  Apply lo the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ',  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:      ���  Hand Office :  9 to 12 I  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12;   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, doling at 12 noon.  Morrison-Thompson  ph���.44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensjlvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Arc in p\v  colliiili'U-lV ctiuipred to supply all   your  lum'.  .- ninls.  V c Imvp n>iw ,i I.ii" ��i!tiek of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  tf Jih.'h  irrmlc* tn,i!:i\ ,m! in splendid condition.  A roumlife line of  DOORS  AND   WINDOWS ���  LATH AND SHINGLES  1  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  "  1  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Mr. H. Tod Boyd left   on Saturday j  for a three months visit to England.  * *   *  C. G, Barber left for Salmon Arm ��� n  Friday morning laat.  * *   *.  Mrs. -). C. Switzer will receive on  Friday, May 29th for the last time  this. season.  ��   ���  ��  Mrs. C. A. Washburn left on Saturday morning to join her husband     at  Berlin, Ont.  * ��   *  Miss B. Birch, dressmaker, announces  that she can now be communicated  with by tolcphone.  * ���  ���  Mrs. Capt. Knight will receive on  Monday, Juno 1st for the last time  this season. *  ��   *   ��  The ltev. J. G, Switzer and Mr. J.  A. Bigger returned home on Thursday  after attending the Methodist conference held at Kamloops.  * *   ��  Mr. Paul l'itner, who has for Rome  time been with Manager Duncan at the  Opera House has gone to the coast on  business and may remain permanently.  ��   *   ��   .  Plans have been prepared and work  will commence at once on the additional packing house, etc., for Stirling &  Pitcairn Ltd., adjoining the C. P. R.  tracks. Mr. P. Edmund Corby is tha  ���irchitect.  * *   ��  This evening in the Methodist church  there will be a meeting to discuss tho  )uestion of Sabbath observance. A  [.umber of local laymen will address  the meeting on various plfasos of this  question,  ��  ��  t  On Sunday morning next the Rev.  D. J. Welsh will preach on "The fc'ur-  rewtored Life". In the evening he will  speak on the life of Rev. Adoniram  liulson. the pioneer missionary to  Burmoh. the centennial of whose birth  is being celebrated this year.  Mr. Dan Dalgleish, who has been vis-  ting his brother, -lohn Dalgloish, who  has been seriously ill for some lime  'eft foi his home in Kamloops on Sat-  arday morning. We report with pleasure that Mr. John Dalgloish is improving.  * r   ���  A meeting of pnddlers and oil interested in the Kclowna Fire Brigade war  canoe will bo held in the fire hall on  Tuesday evening, June 2nd, at 6  o'clock for the purpo.se of electing officers    and transaction of other busi-  The pastor of the Methodist church  Sunday begins two series of sermons that ought to bo of interest and  profit to the congregation. The topic  of the morning series. "Tho Cardinal  Virtues,' and the evening "The Social  Life." Next Sabbath morning's special  theme is "Tho first Cardinal Virtue1  nnd the evening "The Prophets and The  Social Life."  ��� ���   ���  During the past few weeks the Burbank Motor Co., have been doing  splendid business in the sale of auto-  nobiles, having delivered three ma-  mines recently. Two of the sales were  Ford cars, one going to Capt. Harmon  and another to John McClure, while  one of the latest models of the McLaughlin, a 1914���Six waB delivered to  Mr. W. C. Renfrew. Tho latter oar  is the last word in automobile construction and leaves little room for improvement. It is equipped with every  conceivable device, both for comfort,  durability and safety anil presents  beautiful appearance, being built on  the greyhound lines.  ��� *   ���  * Malcolm 0. McCauloy, of Kolownn  paid Keremeos and vicinity a visit dur  ing the week combining business with  pleasure. Mac linn had a good deal of  work done on his ranch during the last  two yean. It it now surveyed and  application made for certificate of improvements. Mr. McCauley had suffered n good deal annoyance and lots  of both time and money during the  last twelve months, on account of being charged with the very serioim matter of stealing a two year old steer  from the vicinity. We believe this can  should not have gone nnv further than  the preliminary at Keremeos and now  it has ended in being dismissed. Mho's  many friends in the valley are glad  to know that he* did not steal that  steer.���Hedley Gazette.  ��� ������   ���  The kick from a horse which ho wan  shoeing, has relieved Joe Brooks, a  blacksmith of Hickory township from  a deformity from which ho was aWlict-  ed. Several years ago hn slipped on  nn icy walk and his left knee was dislocated. When the horse kicked him  the bones snapped baok into place nnd  the knee, formerly misshapen* i" normal again.  T. W. Stirling arrived home yester  day from the old country.  ��   ��   *  Band concert Friday night as usual  in the park at 8 p.m.  Miss Edna Baker of Penticton spent  last week-end in the c;ty, the ^uest  of Miss Anna Knight.  The young people of the Baptist  church nre bringing their winter'.* session to a close next Monday with a  uncial.  G. C. Renfrew wishes to express his  sincere thanks.to all those who assisted in eontroling tho fire which took  place on his ranch (Black Mountain  Road) on Saturday morning last.  ��   ��   ��  The twenty-fifth annual convention of  the grand lodge of tho Knights of Pythias of British Columbia is being held  in Kamloops, commencing yesterday.  Mr. H. W. Raymer is attending the  convention representing Kelowna.  Tho Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  church desire to express their hearty  thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Hunter who  threw open their cosy new -home to  thorn for thoir "Novel" social last  Thursday evening and a'Bo to tbe gentlemen who so .kindly loaned their au-  tos for tho ride. Ma'nv took advantage of the ride and spent a vorv pleasant evening.    Tho Bum of $23.50 was  realized by the society.  * #   *  Mr. A. L. Lance of the "A.L.L"  Dairy has been encouraged sufficiently  by the success of the small retail dairy  which he opened on Pendozi street to  make a .larger venture and on the first  of June ho will open the large store  next door for the purpose of supplying  afternoon teas, and small fruits and  cream during the summer. The room  will be fitted up in an attractive manner.  * ��   ��  Tho shipping season iB drawing near  and tho fruit and produce shipping  companies are making their plans for  handling tho crop. Rome additional  buildings are to lie constructed, pack'  ing materials nro being assembled and  help is being engaged to carry on tho  work. There is a good opportunity  now for experienced men in the community who are in need of positions  to engage for servico with the shipping  companies when tho season opons,  Much of this help heretofore has been  brought in from other points and no  doubt our people would be given preference over outsiders by the companies.  THEE BY MY SIDE  Sunset aglow and gold-red on the hills  And benediction oa the evening breeze;  Cool is the evening, mild the vitul ihht  blows  Gently from off the' lake and through  the trees.  Thee by my side and glad peace in our  hearts,  And happy love astream from out your  eyes  Hand clasped in hand, with fingers in  tertwined  In sweet still joy; waiting the moon to  rise.  What witching spell is this that binds  a man  And weaves   a net of love around   a  maid  l\o that they thiuk as one? 'Tis   only  this���  Nature   is God's    own law,    HiB will  obeyed.  S. H. OLD.  Kelowna, May 22, 1914.  (The above words were written ox  presBly for Harold Tod Boyd, who will  set them to music.)  School Children's Eyes  Sjpplj  Their  Intellectr  Defective eyes stunt the mind  Can you expect fair progress  in school or success in  business if so handicapped?  Examination of children for  glasses is a special feature of  our Optical Department  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  WHEN YOUR WEDDING  PRESENT COMES FROM US  THEY KNOW "IT IS FINE"  WHEN YOU MAKE AN ANNIVERSARY GIFT, BE IT FOR  A BIRTHDAY, A WEDDING OR ANY KIND OF AN EVENT,  GIVE AN EXQUISITE PIECE OF JEWELRY. THIS WILL  ENDURE AND BE CHERISHED FOR ALL TIME I AND EACH  TIME THE [RECIPIENT SEES IT, IT WILL RECALL THE  HAPPY OCCASION OF WHICH IT WAS A MOMENTO.  WHEN A GIFT COMES FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT, THE  GIRL WHO GETS IT KNOWS THE QUALITY IS SUPERB.  WM. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  l.  When Serving Hot  or cold meats you want Catsup, Chili Sauce or'some  other relish. We have them all, made of good vegetables, and free from all harmful ingredients. Come  and see our goods and prices.   We want your trade  reAKfdst-food ?  Eat Oatmeal for breakfast  every morning and you will  live four score years and ten.  Buy it at our corner Grocery  and know it is always fresh,  pure, and of highest grade.  Heinz Tomato catsup  Pint bot, ready to serve...35c  BI ue Label 'catsup  Pea-bot .'.v .....35c  H.P. Sauce  A combination   of  Oriental  Fruit., Vegetablea and pure  vinegar ;...25c  Durker'a Salad Dressing  The beat.    Per bot 45c  Browning for Gravies  Per bot 20c  Crosse & BlackwellV���  Picklea,  Heine   Pickles,  all  varieties 35c  Dominion Roller] Shoulder  Boneless 20c Ib.  Summer Drinks  Rose's Lime Juice, prepared  'from West Indian times,  entirely free from alcohol  Delicioua, wholeeome fad  refreshing. Quart bottles,  sweet or unsweetened 60c  Kai-Ora (good health)  The concentrated juice of 24  to 30 hmone.   Blood purifying  and   thirst   quenching.  Large bottles $1  Grape Juice  Welch's' 40c and 75c  -WagstaffY 35c  Raapberry Vinegar 35c  Ask for Sunbeam Tea.   Its Good 50c per pound  Saturday Cash Special  Swift's sugar cured Picnic Hams 15c lb.  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh 1  Phone Three Oh!  Special Evangelistic  Meetings  Held nightly, except Saturday, in TENT,  corner Glenn Ave. and Ethel Street  By WM. GRIERSON  of Belfast, Ireland  Sunday, 3.50 p.m. and 7.50 p.m.  Week Nights, 8 p.m.  All are welcome.  Psalm Ixvi. 66  VwrV>AAAAAr\ArV\A/VVAAA/W^VVVVl>rVi  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  etteUSnYt  ill THURSDAY, MAY 28, ��14  KELOWNA   RECORD  To Our Friends and Neighbors  We hoasstty beliavo wa have the  best bowel remedy ever made���the  most pleasant-to-take, most permanently beneficial laxative for relief  from the miseries and dangers arising  from constipation.  We wouldn't say thia If we didn't  believe it to be true. We wouldn't  risk our reputation by making such  statements did we not feel sun you  would find them true.  Our faith is built both on the  knowledge of what Rexall Orderlies  are made of and on observation of  very many severs cases in whieh they  have proven their merit,  Try them at Our Risk  If they do aot abundantly prove  their merit with you also ���if you  are not entirely satisfied with them ���  we will refund your money ��� snd ws  will do that on your mere say-so.  We don't aak you to risk a penny.  Isn't that fair?  Just let the bowels fail in properly  doing their work���Just let their  aotion be delayed and inoomplete -  and the entire system and every  other organ suffers.   Wastes that  . should havs been dispelled  to poison ths system.  Headaches, biliousness, nervousness and other tormenting aad serious IBs an common when ue bowels  fail to set dally as nature intended.  All thfs may lbs avoided, if you will  aooapt our adviea.  taste just like candy., They an  soothing and easy in action. Thay  do not cause griping, nausea, purging or excessive looseness. Thsy  tend to tons sad strengthen intestinal  nerves and muscles. They promptly  relieve constipation, and help to permanently overcome it  Rexall Orderlies promote better  spirit, and batter health. In all of  these things they an vastly superior  to old-fashioned, harsh salts aad  other purgatives, which an aot oaljr  unpleasant to take but whieh usually  Isave the bowels In worn condition  than before. Ws particularly reoommend Retail Orderlies for ohildren,  aged aad delicate persons.  Rexall Orderlies oome in vest-  pocket tin boxes. U tablets, 10c;  Sotablsts, Ito; SO tablets, SOc.  CAUTION: Please bear In mind that Rexall Orderlie. an not sold by all drat  ���bits.  You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexall Stores.  You oan buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our store:  P. B. WILLITS & CO.      Corner Per.dcziSi. snd Bernard Ave.  The HfefJtote Stort  Than Ia a RstsD Store in nearly every, tows and oitr in the TJnHed StsaavOaneoaaal  Gnat Britain. Than ia a different Beiall Remedy lor nearly ever* ordinary Tinman ���-���  ea^aap��3i^derifnedfortlwparU(nUarilltorwUohHbnooaimen(ied  TO* Rexall Stores an America's greatest Drug Stores  Kamloops Defeat  Local Ball Team  HEVELSTOKE WINS FROM VERNON  BY SCORE OF. 6 TO 0  The most important    event of Monday's program was the league baseball  >g��me whioh was called prompt 'y at 1  o'olock, immediately following the ath-  letio events and the horse racing.  |   The Kamloops olub made their first  appearanoe   ol the   year on the local  field and worked out very nicely before  the   large  crowd that were on hand,  to witness the contest.  I   Later the Kelowna team took     the  field and indulged in a brie! workout  after which the game was oalled.  I   Owing to a slight strain of one of  hiis shoulder cords Molvor was unable  to fill his position in the box, making  it necessary to switch the line-up considerably.   Purdy    went to the   slab,  Henning to short and Mclvor to right  t field, also    owing to   Manager Kelly  still being unable to get into the game  | MoDougaH, oi Summerland worked behind the plate.  Peters and MoCarter was the battery  for Kamloops.  The opening inning gave cause for a  good deal of anxiety t0 the local fans  Irwin, r.f. .......300100  Hewitt, p 310131  85 7 7 3014 5  Summary.- Stolen, bases, Powless 2,  MoCarter, Irwin; Two base hits, Molvor; Three base hits, Baird: Home  runs. Baird 2; Double plays, Williams,  Mohler to Zilka: A. Patten to Pierce;  Purdy to R. Patten. Struck out by  Mclvor 12, by Hewitt 15; Left on bases  Kelowna 9. Kamloops 1. Time of  game 2.20.   Umpire, Munn.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  OR EDMUND WALKM,C.V.O..LL.D, D.&L, PreaMeot  ���UJDUUIDKR LAWD, General Manager JOHN AUD. Aaat General Menage*  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 "IJSERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FARMERS' BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every  facility for the transaction of their banking business, including  the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes  are supplied free of charge on application. sis  KELOWNA BBAXCH H. O. PANGMAN, Mgr  nrafsD  Th�� Natural Way to Health  EXPERIENCE proves that Health by Caaxing ie better  than Health by Farting.   A Mild Remedy la always  superior to a Hasardous Force.  Eno'a "Fruit Salt" prevent, aad reb'evee hy Natural Abases  all functional derangement, of ihe Liver. Temporary Congestion arising from the uie of alcoholic bever.  ease. Errors in Diet, Biliousness, Sick  Headache, etc   It acts according to the  quantity taken, either aa  a  relieving  agent or ae a cooling and refreshing  beverage, and gently simulate, without  any weakening after-effects.  Prepares'only ay  41 & BO, I*, "M SdT W��la, Ue+a,  earless1  SeUsuntaeiafedfellewaeenddlieaef Canada  Asaefcfer Ceaaiai lassU ��. urnit) e>  Cs�� lasaei M ftCaal at. TOIOHTO  Owing to a couple of scratch hits  coupled with errors on the port of  the Kelowna team the Kamloops boys  ran up a scoro.of three runs. The read  thus gained it was appnr iu> - impossible to recover, although after this  inning a better brand .of baseball has  seldom been seen in thia part of the  Interior. Kelowna in particular, although meeting defeat played brilliant  ball and out off" many runs bv beautiful bits of fielding and throwing at  critical moments, and the fans are not  worrying ovor the loss ol the game as  they are aware that with the full team  going properly they have nothing to  fear. Even in their present crippled  condition they are qfivin r the opposing  teams the battle of their lives.  The boys have another week of rest  ahead of them and it is safe to say  that when they meet Vernon on Wednesday next the team will again be up  to its full strength. ^  Following is the score by innings and  box score, givin* full details of ths  play:  Kamloops    .    .   300000 0-1 0-4  Kelowna  ....00000000 0-0  B. C. I. LEAGUE STANDING  P W  Kamloops         ...   5 4  Kelowna     5 3  Bevelstoke    5 2  Vernon     5 \  L I'ct.  1-.800  2-.600  3-.400  4-.200  HIGH SCHOOL-RUTLAND COMBINA-  TION MEET DEFEAT BY 14-8  Mohler 2b.  Zilka lb .  MoCarter. c.  Wells cf. . .  Baird 3b. . .  Williams s.s  Mace l.f. . .  Hewitt, r.f.  Peters, p. ..  KAMLOOPS  AB R H PO A E  ...      .511222  110  1  7  The baseball game between the picked teams of Ellison and Public school  versus Rutland and High school, which  was called at about 1 o'clock resulted  in a win for the former by a score of  14 to 8.  Kincaid started in the box for the  Rutland-High school combination but  received such a warm reception by the  Ellison-High school sluggers that he  retired in favor of McMillan at the end  of the first inning, after the Rutland-  Public school combination had piled  up seven runs off his delivery. This  inning proved the undoing of the former team, the lead was too great to  overcome, although McMillan pitched a  good game. After the first inning both  teams played well and many very pretty fielding features were pulled off at  critical times which helped to keep  the' scoring down.  Sutherland pitched a splendid game  for the winning team and kept the hits  well scattered and the work of DeHart  behind the plate gained the applause  of the crowd on many occasions.  The winning club was composed pniv  oipally ol the EIHson olub with the  Public school battery, while the Ellison  battery worked at lirst base and short-  Btop for the winners.  CITY SCHOOL TEAMS STILL LEADING IN SCHOOLS LEAGUE  #,*  We have Further Funds to Invest in  FIRST MORTGAGE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  37  KELOWNA  4  427 0  B  Powless cf. . .  Kelly, l.f. . 1 . .  Pieroe. 2b.  Molvor. r.f. . . .  R. Patten, lb.  Purdy, p. . . .  MoDougaH, 0. .  A.Patten. 3.b. .  Henning, s.s. .  AB R H PO A E  110  1 0  010  0 0  0  2  34 0 6 2710 2  Summary:���Base on balls off Peters  3, off Purdy 2. Three base hits, Wil  llama. Double plays, Williams to Mohler io Zilka: Zilka unassisted; Struck  out by Peters 6, by Purdy 8, Passed  Dells, MoDougaH 2. Time of game 2  hrs. Umpires Treadgold and Castner.  The game at Revelstoke between Rev-  Jstoke and Vernon was an easy victory ior the home club by a score ol  6 to 0. .  Following  .is   the   standing of the  leagde at present:  The baseball games in the schools  league last Saturday afternoon resulted in victories for both home teams,  High school defeating Rutland 8���2,  while the Publio school triumphed over  Ellison by a score of 8 to 1.  Both contests were exciting, especially so was the game between the Public  school and Ellison, who are fighting  hard for second place. Both clubs  were on even terms and the viotory  on Saturday was decisive enough to  give the Public sohool the undisputed  right to the second plaoe in the standing.  The High school won easily over  Rutland and bids fair to carry off the  pennant in the league.  Following is the league standing:  SCHOOLS LEAGUE STANDING  V  W  L Pot.  High Sohool    . ...   8  7  1-.875  Publio School ... .   8  5  3-.600  8  4  4-.B00  , ...  8  0  S-.000  Auction Sale  Having received instructions from  Dr. Gaddes, Bernard Avenue, Kelowna,  who ia removing to California, I will tell, unreaervedly, all hit Houee.  hold Effects, including ��� Nordheimer Piano, on  Tuesday, June 2, 1.30 p.m.  All the Furniture waa bought new very lately, and it in fine order.  SEE SALE POSTERS  J. C. STOCKWELL,  Auctioneer  THE GAME AT KAMLOOPS  Th* following box soore will give in  [full thi details of the game at Kamloops on Wednesday of last week which  we were forced ta leave over, owing to  laok of space:  KELOWNA  Powless. o .  ^^^^^^  Kelly, cf. 8 2  Pieroe 3b 5  1  R. Patten, lb ... .  50  Purdy, s. 5 0  A. Patten, Sb. I . . .  3  1  0  Henning, l.f 4 0 0  Mclvor p 5 0  1  Kincaid, r.l. 4 0  0  ABRHPOAB  2 3 2 9  3 0  1 1  2 3  314  0  WAR CANOR TEAMS ORGANIZING  The war canoe paddlers and ex-peddlers met on Tuesday evening in the  fire hall, under the chairmanship ol  Mr. Geo. S. MoKenrie. It waa decided  to recognise this year, and judging by  the good attendance and enthusiasm  displayed. It looks as ii the coming  season will be better than ever before.  Reports were reoeived from Peachland  and Penticton to the effect that thay  would be forming crews thia year. Tha  latter place last year had only - a  scratch orew, but thia year a good  one will be in the running,  A meeting for the election of offioers  will be held In the fire hall on Tuesday. June 3nd. The personnel ot the  crew'for this season will be praotioaUy  the same as that of 1913.  0 0  4 0  0 1  1  3 1  15 0  0 0 0  0 1 1  1 0 0  Mohlfr, 3b. . .  Zilka. lb 4  MoCarter, o 4  WeUa. e.l 4  Williams, a.s 4  Baird, 3b. ... f 4  M ��� 8 3916  3  KAMLOOPS  ABRHPOAE  5  10 3 5   1  Mace, 1.1.  1 8  315  0 0  0 3  3 0  WORKMAN CRUSHED TO DEATH  A laborer named T. H. Barker was  crushed to death at Penticton last  week while digging a trench across the  Kettle Valley right-of-way preparatory  to the laying ol irrigation pipe. The  trench caved in, trapping him, end  crushing his riot in such a manner  that one lung was pierced with the  broken ends, causing an internal hemorrhage, which resulted in death. The  deceased leaves a wife and three ohildren to mourn hit death.  Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring  with  standard varieties  ots from Five Acres and Up.:  Easy Term*: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domeatic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Agenta for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season's  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Opposite Kelowna Furniture Co. KELOWNA  The late Lord Btrathcona by a codicil    to hia   will left 125,000 to John  3  11 Burnt to provide a home lor lepers in  4 0  10 0 01 the United Kingdom.  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by using nickelled steel in  lrfdaiys  Kootenay  *)g**y     heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer. ��  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.. Ltd. KELOWNA   RECORD  The l,e.t dollar ahirt in  the trade. Double Cuffa  and Soft Collar.. They  come in Bluea, Creama,  and atripea. Will aland  the laundry and look  equal to many   that   are  ���old at $1.25.  You  will need  one  for  the holidays.  OTHER LINES  compiiird of Zephyrs,  Prints, Cambrics up to  the fine Wool, Silk and  woul, and Silk fabrics.  Prices $1.00 to $4.50  2-Piece Suits  Linht Brown Home Spun  Coal (itiilined). Pnnts wii I.  cuff bottoms $11  Grey stripe Flannel  ��Jilt.�� $15  H. F. HICKS  Pi nicer Cash Clothing Store  WILLI IS" BLOCK       KELOWNA  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  KKKNARD AVENUE,  liEL'&WM.  THE TRICKS OF UP-TO-DATE  PICKPOCKETS  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant I f power  miaera a id all appliance, for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  i i which I have had many yeara'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE! RESIDENCE.  Clem-nt or Riff.' office, Wotl.eley Av.  Raymer Rlo'k Richter Street  IUCNE 104 'PHONE .304  lione 3302  Box 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  On tho east side of New York oity  there are a number of men who .make  their living by buying and selling old  clothes. One of them will start out  each morning wilh 310 or $20 in his  pocket and un empty bag slung ovor  his shoulder prepared to do business.  The pickpockets of thuienst sido huve  recently invented a new way of robbing these men.  Tho old clothi's man walks along the  Btreet uttering a familiar cry. A  woman looks out from a window on  tho fourth or fifth floor of one of th:  tenement houses und beckons to him.  He climbs up the four or five flights  of stairs, enters the woman's npurt  ment and asks her what sho has to  Sell. She turns on him and suys:  "Oh, 1 haven't anything to sell, but  my Httlo boy has been very naughty  All day and I told him I would call  you up and have you tako him away  in your big bag."  The old clothes man becomes angry  und expostulates with the woman. Sin  pacifies him by promising to have a  fine supply of old clothes for him on  tho following duy. He departs.  On the atuireuse, whieh is usually  narrow and dark, ho encounters two  or three men. They jostle him. When  he reaches the street his wallet is  (rone. He cries out, gets a policeman  and runs up to the woman's flat. She  disclaims all knowledge of the theft,  tho men are gone, the money is lost  and no one can be held.  From 5 to (i p.m. every day thero is  a constant si ream of people returning  from their day's work go'iij eastward  of DcDanpy street. Tho pickpocket  are wont at this tinift to employ two  ���\omen pushing baby carriage?. Th��  women walk toward each other and  just where the crowd is thickest their  Carriages collide.  Tho women begin to quarrel. Thi  homegoing crowd stops for u moment's  fun. With amused faces they stawl  listening to thi women, nnd some of  the younger people spur the two combatants on. The women keep up their  dialogue, and when the argument has  reached its highest pitch nnd everybody is intensely interested tho work  of plotting pookotfl beirins. 'Iho pnnj  rvnps a harvest, especially if it happens to be pay day.  Tho women on the east sido when  they go in the morning to do thoir  day's shopping among the pushcarts  D��ver put on hats or coats. They  usually throw a shawl of some kind  over their shoulders, nnd baskets on  their arm go from cart to cart making their purchases. If the pushcart  venders see a woman with a hat coming toward them they are impressed.  She must 1�� one of those who havo  risen from their ranks to nn uptown  Bronx estate, but who clings to her  n'd pushcart habits, tiny argue. The  venders are quite sure she will pay  them woll and will not bargain.  Tho woman approaches on�� cart,  buys about 50 cents worth of fruit or  fish    and then begins to look    about  A LOON MIGRATION  The opportunity to see an immense  army of loons marshal itself for the  northward migration to the nesting  grounds is not often granted to human observers. Last >.a ! Tight was  started from- San Diego harbor. For  weeks the loons collected in tho harbor. Thoy came from all points, until tho water waB fairly covered with  thorn. By the middle of March it was  clear that the birds were preparing for  some great event. Thoy had hitherto  been silent, now they became vociferous; their weird, demoniac laughter  was heard day -and night.  About uino o'clock <,ni morning they  began to collect into companies, each  under a leader, who swam about i.nd  inspected his rnnks with ,, critical tye,  chased stragglers into line, changed  formations, and issued shrill1 orders  with tho air of a fioM captain, (lit)  old patriarch soomed to be the gonyr,,.-  in-chief. He swum sedately about  from group to group, consulted with  his sunordinates, and seemed to point  out faults in the formation, which the  leaders hastened to correct.  There was great chaining of plu:os  in the ranks; sometimes entire companies would unite to form a battalion, and these battalions join into a  regiment. It was interesting to see  that when several companies had unit-  Mi, most of the leaders joined tho  ranks and left a single bird in command.  About upon the ranks were' ull lorm-  ed, and the birds extended across the  harbor in a long black line, faciug  north. The general, with his stall  about him, swam a few paces in ud-  vtanoe. When all was ready, he gave  n loud call, and sprang into the ail,  followed by tho entire army. In two  minutes not a loon was left in San  Diego harbor.���Youth's Companion.   o   .Martin Luther's Bible, bearing the  autograph ot the great reformer on the  title page, wns sold at auction last  week for 91570, A rare edition of the  writings of Frederick tho Groat also  brought 9190 at tho same salo. A  manuscript  was bou�� >>   hy 'he Dresden  usoum for $200.  for her purse. Sho doesn't find it.  Sho turns to the pcdler,und Bays*  "I have left my purse home. In it  I have a 810 bill. Send one of your  children with me with $9.50 chango  nnd I will give him the 910 bill,  'The pedler immediately summons  one of his numerous family, who are  playing about, giv.s him the $9.50  wrapped in a paper and sends him  with 'the customer. Thoy arrive at her  house. She says to the child:  "(live me tho change. 1 will throw  the bill down to yd i .trough my window."  Ladies with hats on must be obeyed.  The urchin gives up his money. Tho  lady ascends the step of the house to  tho roof and goes down m-riii through  another house to the street. The pedlar hus lost $10.  Gaddes-McTavish  Houses  To Rent  P!i��ne2l7     -      Leckie Block  VERA CRUZ DEAD HONORED BY NATION  Tin! closing ceremonies of thu public funeral at the Brooklyn Navy Yard  for the enlisted men who fell in the siting of Vera Cruz were conducted under circumstances inmost favorable to the effect of military obsequies and in,  harmony with ths occasion. The Bland from which President Wilson delivered his address was backed against the dingy walls of the marine barracks  and facing the parade grounds. Nearby were the great docks and workshops  of the navy department. It was from this spot that the seventeen heroes  departed a few weeks ago to meet what fate had in store tor them. As the  caissons bearing tho caskets entered the galea President Wilson and his  party stationed themselves on the stand which can be seen in this picture at  tho extremi right. Alt. nding tho president were Secretary Daniels, Asslst-  and Secretary Roosevelt, .Gov. filynn of New York, Mayor Mitchell ol New:  York City, numerous naval offloers and aides nnd city eWolals and committeemen. Secretary Daniels in handing the president the names of the heroes  sard, "Thoy gave not only aW they Wsro, but all they hoped to be. "Fheiri  average age was but a little over twenty-throe. They wero young and suddenly beheld life's more decline."  THBS8B*r.sUT!��,��H  �����i'li'i'>iW'IM'ta��||ii��i,' nuns   i*mm*mgs*mmmmm.  f  Come  to  the  Store  that  Sells  for  Less  We are preparing daily to meet your  needs better than ever before. In Dry  Goods, Clothing and Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, we believe there are few  stores in B. C. that sell reliable merchandise at such close prices. But owing  to the fact we sell for CASH AND  CASH ONLY, we are in a position to  sell at a much closer margin of profit.  As we have no losses by bad debts  our customers get full value for their  money. Every department in the store  is being well stocked with new arid seasonable goods at prices to suit everyone.  CASH STORE - KELOWNA  FOR A  As indicated in an announcement contained in  this issue Manager Duncan, of the Opera Home,  has entered   the field   as  a  manufacturer of  Moving Picture Films  having installed a complete modern plant for  this purpose  A Suitable Name is Essential  to distinguish the particular brand of film and to  ensure its  immediate  success and  popularity  We Want You to Help Us  to select a name, and we offer a prize of $5f00 ,  for the beat suggestion.  The name must be brief and of local or national  character, or a combination of both.  Write plainly, giving your full name and address.  Suggestions may be mailed or handed in at the  Opera House, addressed to the Manager, up to  Monday, June 1st.  $5  $5  iaMae* II..IH JIIJ.ll    11 l:,l 11)11   IP"  ���������������PBWIIP  mm  THURSDAY, MAY 38, 1914  KELOWNA   RECORD  Our List of  POULTRY FOOD  I lb. or 100 lba.  WHOLE WHEAT  CRUSHED WHEAT  WHOLE CORN  CRUSHED CORN  BONE MEAL  CRUSHED BONE  OYSTER SHELL  BEEF SCRAPS  POULTRY TONIC  CHICK FOOD  Specially for young chicks  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Fire Proof construction Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The kind that guara-tees your success  i  Timothy and Clover Seed for sale  We> are agenta (or the -  " De Laval" Cream Separators  Si  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers la  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 $5 This Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna Furniture Co.  1  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  ;  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. L L DAIRY  A. LANCE     .   ' Proprietor  CREAM. BUTTER, EGGS, etc.  Special Cows far Infants  ������������������������   |  ��� Oa Monday, June let, era ale opening up tke large store neat our dairy oa  Pendoii Sir, aa an Afternoon Tee Room aad lot aale of small Iruit aad cream  A Deserted  Items from Ellison  (Jrroaa oar on CorrMooaafcart.)  Two Delireries Dsily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendosi Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  Metlaoatla,   Once    Thriving;  Indian .  Town, Now Depopulated  Less than a hundred years ago the  Indians up around the Arctio Circle  were killing eaoh other lor food.- Ve  have occasional glimpses ol thia ceremony today on the films oi ihe moving picture marines. The weird, ungainly danoea, the more weird noises,  the war whoops and gaudy ornaments.'  then the sombre feasts around a great  crackling fire, says Margaret Bell in  an eastern exchange.  Into this scene of barbarism came  a young man of simple habits and  sindly disposition. Father Dunoan they  learned to call him. Father Duncan  had great faith In an all-pervading  Omnipotence, and went about showing  that faith. He learned to apeak their  tongue, he watched them at their bow  and arrow praotioe. And soon they  oeaaed to kill their fellows and roast  them over the camp fire*.  Father Duncan was becoming established. He lived in a small log hut,  and tilled a bit oi land at the back  of it. And the great, hulking fellows would come silently along, and  and watch the white iaoed man working under the Arotio skies.  Small wonder that they learned to  look upon him as a sort of god. Hia  principles were not warlike, be was  just in all his dealings, as the great  god of all the Indians was supposed  to be.    ��� ^  And soon they began to forget any  god but the one he represented; And  they thrived under the new dispensation, their workings in leather found a  market in the oountry to the south ol  them.  They even worshipped in the hut of  Father Duncan, who had no creed but  the creed of honesty nnd conscientious  work.  But he was not popular with the  authorities of the orthodox church.  They did not agree with his practical  views ol religion. Their religion had  a creed, a theory, which placed their  Diety on high and regarded Him from  alar.  And so they banded together and decided that Father Duncan must leave.  He was not ol their faith, and he was  influencing the Indians to believe in  his faith. True, they had never succeeded in changing the faith of tbe  Indians, but they were determined that  no one else should.  The good Father heard ol the bicker- |  ings and felt the spirit ol unrest which  swept over the people. So he moved  away from the little hut'and bit of  land, away across the boundary into  British Columbia.  At Hetlaeatla he established what  is known today as the Holy City.  It stands on the seashore, just across  from Prince Bupert, the western terminus ol the Grand Trunk Pacific.  His followers went with him to tne  new oountry and prepared to establish  for themselves a new home more comfortable than they had ever known.  They built a pretty little church,  built it with their own hard, brown.  hands. They cut down the fragrant  cedar trees, trimmed them, and built  their church from the native wood.  There was a great oelebration when  it was finished, and never was white  man prouder of any achievement than  these uncouth red men ol their first  ohuroh.  The Hetlacatala Indiana beoame  known for their industry, and their  painstaking earnestness in furthering  their industries. And more, the tribes  who used to live on each other became the least warlike.  Bat ill-luck seemed to shadow ths  kind father. The beautiful church of  which he was so proud, was burned to  tbe ground through jealousy.  For there were constant bickerings  amongst the white-laosd people.. Bickerings aa to the religion established by  thia stranger, bickeringa about tha industry he had established among the  Indians.  The Good Father was blind and deal  to tne bickerings lor a while. Ha rebuilt his ohuroh and went quietly about  hi* work. At laat, however, he became tired of th* controversies ol  opinion. He longed Ior a quiet spot  wher* he oould live as he wished. So  ha decided to leave tha Holy CHy be  had established. He went baok to establish his religion and bom* in the  Alaska whioh had driven him out before. Of th* twelve hundred followers  hs had in Metlaoatla, over eight hundred went with him.  But thay left many reminders. Wonderful carving* out in great cedar  tree*. These an th* family totems.  They took large trees, anywhere Irom  ten to-lilty (set hivh, ��� n I carved upon  them grotesque bird*, bears, fishes and'  animal* of all sorts. Eaoh oarved figure represented something���part of  their faith in nature, of a tribute to  their deity. The whit* man cannot appreciate th* totem* of.the Indians. ,  111* moat remarkable one stands on  the eeashore, where a neglected road  now (leads up from the landing to the  village of Hetlaeatla. This is made of  granite.   One might call It a  On Monday the 35th, a meeting of  the executive of th* Ellison branch of  the B. C, Fruit Growers Association  waa held in the school room to discuss  with the comptroller of water rights,  (Mr. W. ' Young) the question of supplying this distriot with water from  Scotty Creek. .After �� long discussion  it was decided to draft a petition to  the government requesting them to  survey the watershed of Mill Creek, to  asoertnin the amount of water which  could be stored, in order to supply the  Rutland and Glemaore district* and  including those district* with Ellison  in one irrigation system.  The matter was left in the hands of  the president to secure the neosssary  information and date after which meetings in connection with this scheme  will be held in each distriot at an  early date, and all who are at present  supplied from these creeks, or who own  lands which at present are without  water, are cordially invited to attend.  old-  Edits  w  FORD CAPTUBES AUTO THIEVES  The romantic and dramatic things in  life have changed their complexion,  thanks to the automobile, and historians and fictionists must write accordingly. No longer will Btories and pictures ol wild west events, of hold-ups,  pursuits and Crimea smack of the truth  unless the motor oar is as prominent  as the automatic revolver; and as for  the modern ye-'r. j i,   . ttV< thiol,  and the present day Sherlock Holmes-,  all these worthies must be equipped  with gasoline as well as powder, or  ehe be regarded as hopelessly  fashioned.  Just to emphasize this point  monton recently had sieged fo  benefit a pursuit of criminals as thrilling as anything ever offered in the  moving picture drama. Two thieves  one beautiful Sunday evening, piled  into a stolen car of high price and'  "beat it" for the suburbs. Two detectives were soon in hot pursuit in a  Ford in the service of the polios department. Fortunately for the dramatic effect the big car with the two  thieves had a mile the start ol the  little Ford.  Both cars opened up and a mad  chase began, hundreds ol pedestrians  and pleasure seekers in vehicles watching the pursuit with interest and many  escaping death by inohes as the cars  rushed recklessly on their way. The  big oar held its advantage pretty well  until a'long hill waa reached about  eight miles out. Then it slowed down  preceptibly while the little Ford began  to crawl steadily on. The hill was too  much for the big oar and soon the  Ford was abreast of it. Ono of the  detectives in the Ford drew his gun  ond ordered the thieves to stop, but  the cars were now striking the down  grade over the crest of the hill and  tke thieves continued to hold their  oours*.  Then it was that the detective pulled  his most spectacular stunt. While the  cars were running, some say as high  as 60 mile* an hour. '������ raped Into  the big car and soon brought it to a  stop. It was certainly a thrilling  event, but it is pretty hard luok no  moving picture man was on the job.  BAILWAY   COMMISSIONERS ON  WESTERN" TOUB  The Board of Railway Commissioners  an at present on their western itinerary, holding sittings'at Winnipeg on  Tuesday. May 36; Saskatoon, Thursday  May 38; Edmonton, Friday May 3D;  Viotoria, Monday, June 8; Vancouver,  Wednesday June 10; Pentioton Tuesday  ���Tun* 56; Revelstoke Thuraday, Jan*  18; Calgary Monday, Jon* 33; Ragina,  Wednesday, June 36; Port Arthur, Friday, June 38.  Tha chief commissioner state* that  persons having an application or complaint, which thay desire to be Jjford  by ths board should at one* forward  it to th* secretary at Ottawa, sending  at the same time, by registered letter  a oopy of the application or complaint  to the railway oompany or parties at-  footed.  Th* Vernon assise* hav* been adjourned until Tuesday, Jan* 3.  It represent* ��� mother holding  her ohiM in her lap. Rising from tbe  head of the figure like a high hat, th*  monument extends some six lest, terminating in a square top, sia or sight  inches in diameter.  At the bottom 1* inscribed some  strange epitaph, no one knows what.  But th* Indians know the meaning of  it. They say that' the monument wa*  erected In memory ol a white woman  who dwelt, among them aad died' in  their midst.  Metlaoatla today is a lonely spot.  Gnat, stolid men sit on empty boxes  in the shops, smoking their long pipes  mows- and talking of th* day* that wan;  I 'i <II!I,i.|IiTii  GROCERIES AT CUT PRICES  ���t ���������',. ',,������,:��������:. ' ���:.ii      . , '  , (>iffi iin i.i, j.:-  WAY, 1914  White SugaUOO-lbet. $6  Lyle'a Syrup 2-lb 20c  Swift*Bacon ,25c& 27c lb.  NewZeaJa*.Bolter(N..135c  ��� Saturday Special  Lard.....3-lb 55c; 5-lb85c  Maimalade Olivets'5-lb 55c  Matches...2 doz. boxes 20c  Coffee  .....per lb 35c  Is unaurpaased  Waldron's Grocery Stores  Ellis Street - Kelowna, B.C.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within on* hall mile of town, aad being  about loo fast above ihe lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, late and .unwinding country.  Ideal Fruit SoiL Abundance of Water.  Clo��e to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMOKE.   Don't miss th* op-'  poitunity of selecting a few acre* of thia desirable  ' property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, i.C.  ��.9!6Q6*HC$l8Qvl3*vl6eoHwt8CBI$  Something you WANT is what you should buy.  An article you DONT WANT ia costly  at any price.  If you want to buy a useful article, go to  COX'S  Second - Hand Store  If you have anything to Sell go to COX'S  If you want to Exchange something,  go to COX'S, at the  Corner of Water Street and Lawrence  Ave, opposite Opera House  We will endeavour to supply your want*  A Line, of New Crockery alway*  in  Hock  Singer Sewing Machines  SPECIAL  Two light Democrat* for aale.    One large Peninsular  Range.   One oak Extemion Table.   Mahogany Diriser  and Commode.   One oak Buffet.  Phone 154 P.O. Box 19  /. A BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished oa all kind, ol buildings.      Residence* aad Modem  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I hay* a full line ol interior decorations, consisting of the latest and mast up-  to-date wall hangings.    Call and inspect m> stock of Wallpapers and get ssy  estimate on year .print painting and decorating.  Chy and country patronage solicited  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  LmtmK*Iowm ����.��., 3.30 ���������  Lmtm We*tWak 9.31 a*., 4 p.u.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelewaa 11 aja.  Leave. Wtttkaak 11.* ���.��.  TERMS ..ASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phon* No. 108  P.O. Boa 12  EENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Pisa.,  Specification,   and   Estimate..  Furnished  MONEY to LOAN  on business aad Reraaue producirg  property.   FIRST MORTGAGE.  G. A. FISHER, Box 192  or OCce, Crowley Block.  ^V,AM^AAeM^MV,^^M/^M^AAArtAA  G. H. L HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  otographer KELOWNA   REC01}D  ItBURSDAY, KAY 98, 1��H  mVbrd  i  If you had a " mint of money''  you couldn't buy a better car.  Ford merit has made it the standard car of all nalicns. It's light,  Strang, comfortable and dependable  And its cost is well within your  income.   Get your's to-day.  Six hundred dollar, ia the piice of the Ford  runabout; the touring car i. >ix fifty ; the town  car nine hundred���f. o. b. Ford, Out., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particular, from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA, B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Plants  in great variety  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A fresli supply of CARTER'S SEEDS lias just at rived  CUITLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phone 88  PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O. Boa 117  - THK -  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors ncilli of Bank uf Montreal)  English Cooking.  Tasty, dai'iiily-servetl meats at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken  for Criimpele, Home-made Cukes, otc.  B!tE\KFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our .lock of New and Second-Hand   Harnni.   Special  Sanitary  Sweat  Pada and Back Pada They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harneaa Maker  Store adjoining the 25c atore  KELOWNA  Phone 257 P.O. Boa 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucseaaora to tha Mormon-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aad Rot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinda.  Office and Shop : l��pi Xnjiti     pi r.  Coatee, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  High-Class White Rocks  A few aettinga from specially selected pen, headed by  Best Male in American Class  at Kelowna Show, m.ted  with  six .plendid pullet., including FIRST  PRIZE breeding pen, Firat and Second Pullet.  $5.00 per 15 ;  Utility, $2.00 per 15  Apply Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  Rural Route No. I, Kelowna  MILK!    MILK!!  .MILK!!!  THE ALL. DAIRY  A. LANCE Proprietor  CREAM, BUTTER, EGGS, &c.  Special Cows for Infants  On Monday, June l.t, we are opening up the large .tore next our dairy on  Pendosi Sir, (a aa Afternoon Tea Room and for sola ef small fruit and cream  Two Deliveries Daily  TERMS CASH  R. tail Daily, Pendozi Stieet, Phone 27  Rsnch Phone, 3J07  Olive Culture in  Southern California  BIRDS AND BEES AVOID OLIVE  ORCHARDS  Acres of blossoming orchards without  a sign of a bird, with never e> butter  fly or a honey bee sipping at its store  ol sap is a sight that it is said cannot  be seen in America outside of Calilor-  nia. Thero it can be observed only in  the olive orchards, whioh dot a consid.  orable section of the lower half of  state. .So incredibly bitter is the olive  even when ripe, that no bird or bei  visits the orchard at any timo.  What is said to be the largest olive  orchard in tho world is located twen  ty unlet north ol Los Angeles. Two  thousnud acres ore set to trees, and  ol these 120,000 nre full bearing. In  California thero are more than 2,000  000 trees, ami the industry is ono ol  the largest ��� and most profitable in  that land ol varied Iruit.  Tradition has it that in some places  olive trees that aro 1000 years old are  still bearing. The olive mado its first  appearance in Californ'a along with  tho first nettle��� and the orange. It  waB M0 years ago that these pioneers  caused to he planted about the walls  01 their abode these two plants, but  it wan not until a century later that  any ona discovered tho commercial vnl-  ue of olive culture.  The first commercial orchard wns set  out by Klwood Cooper at Santa I'-ui'-  bara in 1874, and it is today one of  tho most famous orchards in tho west.  Olive trees planted a century ago ale  still vigorous. Tho olive is a curious  tree. Crowing in barren soil* upon  which wheat finds nn oncouragoment,  it requires no irrigation,'and it live.  to an unknown age, apparently growing stronger and larger nnd more prolific a�� timo passes. California's only  olive rivals in thi northern hemisphere  are Arizona and Moxico. In "hili  there are many productive orchards,  but Peru hus tried the culture with but  indifferent success. Tho olive is vro"  pagnted by suckers, unci for the first  lew years it requires very watchful  core. Alter that it gets along and  thrives even when neglected. The bcHt  horticulturists, however, fertilize with  tho pomace left after tli<- <.,-,n iivj out  of tho oil. The trees begin to bear  when Irom seven to nine years old.  and th'i crops somo years am tremendous, with the fruit in dusters as thick  as plums.  An acre will accommodate 100 trees ]  These often reach a height of 40 feet,  but more frequently look like ~innt  sage brushes, so close to the ground  do they grow. The loaf is lance-like  in shape. Both the pit and the pulp  contain oil, the former less than 2 per  cent, but the latter running aB high  as 68 per cent. Most of the crop is  gathered before the olive attains ripe-  noss. CrowerB Bay that because it is  blue.', thn t-rnnln do nit buy it in so  large quantities.  Fruit is picked in canvass buckets to  prevent bruising or canvas sheets are  spread upon the ground and the trees  shaken. Tho olives are lirst graded  for size and ripeness and then    taken  to drying chambers where ths leaves  and twigs are lirst' fanned put. They  are then out into shallow trays, whloh  are frequently shaken and turned and  left to dry for from five to fifteen  days. Then they go to a cutting ma  chin i, an automatic arrangement whioh  brings knives together in such a way  that the pit is extracted and tossed  aside. This is part ol the oil making  process. A shallow granite basin in  which a stone roller operates is geoer  ally used us a crusher.  The pomace is enclosed in sacks and  put in a hydraulio press, with perforated discs between layers. The lirst  oil extracted is that known on the  market aa "virgin oil" and is the  bost. Usually three or lour raokings  are sullicient to extract all of tha oil,  and the pomace Ib then utilized as fertilizer. Tho oil is put in settling tanks,  until it becomes of prime marketable  condition. An acre will average in  good years 2000 gallons ol olives,  which make some 250 gallons of oil.  usually sold at ?'-' n i i n. giving  about *">00 an acre as a return.  Olives for pickles are gathered alter  fruit has attained full growth, just  before it begins to exchange its green  shade lor tho darker color and bolore  it grows soft.  An . unpleasant ucid wh'ch gives the  olive its bitter tasto is first removed,  either by a bath in water frequently  renewed for ten days, or in potash  lye for some twelve hours. Tho lye solution is in favor because it tends to  soften the skin and mnkos n more olfr  dent solvent ol undosirnble matter  that ftiny attach. Tho potash flavor  is then removed hy frequent and pro.  longed baths in dear wator. The next  step in tho process is immersion in  brine, which.iB made stronger at each  change until the proper flavor has  been obtained,  (Hives aro of different shapes and  hues. Somo varieties aro violet and  othors white. Some are bottled in  brine, others are pickled in vats and  then bottled. Most of thin work is  done, by associations, which is the favorite way Onliforn'ani hive of caring  for and marketing their fruit. A  great many growers Bell their ;rops  immediately after picking-to an asso  ciation or to a company that has fa-  ciliticB for oil making and pickling.  The wild oHvo is raro in California  It is a bush rather than a true, and  its fruit is intensely bitter,  The olivo ob a relish has been known  for centuries, and it onoe ranked high  as a desert. The demand for olive  tree products in America has increased by leaps and bounds in the last  15 yenrs, though much ol it is due to  tho uso ol olive oil.  Geo Miller, an Okanagan old-timer  was seriously injured at Penticton last  Thursday as the result of being struck  by an automobile.  Two men, Daniel Johnson and C. E.  Miller, who wero arrested and brou,'.it  buck Irom Keremeos on susoinin oi  being concerned in the Pentioton post  office robbery were found on examination to be innocent prospectors and  woro accordingly roloased.  AMERICANS VLJ5? FROM TAMPICO  Photograph showing Americans and other foreign residents 0f Tampico,  crowding into boats in their flight to foreign battleships in the harbor during the anti-American demonstmtlana. The ships in the harbor inoluded  United States transports, German, Dutch aad British cruisers, as well as several oommereial liners. At the sa'jw time the Mexioan rebels were shel'lng  the city Irom the hills in the suburbs. The captain of the Ward liner, Gua-  lanamo, which Was lying in the harbor ran his vessel up to the river raked  by the fire of the Federals and rebels on either side and took oil the party  of Americans. Four hundred bullet holes were found in the superstructure of  the vessel when she again roturned to the harbor outside. Most ol the  American residents of this oity have left.  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  KELOftNA  Phone 135  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  .   104  The Handsomest Iron  You Ever Saw  ���but iti far more than that. Wa are ready to prove to you that tht  Hotpoint  Eltdric Irsa  IsthsktStaTSB  It heat, quicker  -it uses lee. car-  rant-it will de  ANY work-hen.  die alwaye eold--  paint always hot  -attached stand  sareeallUftiai-  guaraoteod . lor ���  TEN years.  We want to show you all about it, and the many other  kinds of domestic labor-savers which we carry. Come in.  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C.  4^J THURSDAY, HAT 38, m*  KB1V0WNA KBCOKO  Outdoor Days  nre doubly pleasant when you  KODAK  Anybody can make good pic-  turet the Kodak way.  No dark-room for any pail of  tho work.  Kodaks, $7 to $60  Brownies, $ I to $12  P.B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelowna, B.C.  Firewood  Pine, Fir, Poplar  Under 5 ricka, $2.75 rick  5 ricka & over, $2.50 rick  Merritt Coal, $11  Fence Posts, 20c.  Bee Supplies  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave. Pkeae307  ANGLICAN-  3*. Michael and AB Angela' Church.  MalrCataauaJsieCnt aod third Sudan la m.  awaAufaa..! mat mgtvHlh SoaJan. alta,  Ukrar ak aV. Sir* sad tUfd Sanaa,  MeralagPrararai II "'<kgki Enaaaa  St Andrew'., Okanaian Mission.  FkWerd&WWkrtamo.UVMuJne.adUl.ny  at 11 a.ra.  SaaeaalSaaaar,' HoljCea.taanlrmal6a.ai.  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A., Reek*.  tWa ������  PRESBYTERIAN  Kaon Pnebjrterlan Church, Kelowna.  M.lara* lanlsss at 11 a��.i i naalaa aawtwraat 7ijW  *.*���. Seeder SaaaelatWJa.ai.  Waaahr Pram Meet** aa Wadawilw. at turn.  rUr. A. DUNN. B.D., Pastor  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New MaaataiaaM New Stair  Firet-Clssa Seiefce.  BATHS  35c. aingle.   4 tickets for $1,  V. Lee, Maaaaar.   J. N.Sanders, Prop.  Houses to Rent  7-roomed aoutt oa St. Paul street, all  roodsra eoavanleaeea. Beat POM  par moath.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter strast,  alactrio light and oity water. Bait  190.00 par month.  6-roomed house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rant W0.00 per month.  4-roomed home, good location. Beat  ���13.00 per month,  Okanagan Loan ft Investment  Co), Ltd.  Registered Standard Bead Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Nutabar 48391  DON ZOMBBO IB A BAY BTALLIOH  15.S   handa,   sired by   Zoabro, dam  Rambler laid, by Bodgirl, by   Marquis, by Burboa Wllkaa,  Dob Zombro staiiad3ymnagain the  three-minute trot or pace at KeJownn  aad Varaon, winning both raoss, tiujfc.  , bag a Barb at Vernon of 9.88.   I  Some of hi* aolta are stepping In  batter than 9.80 before thay are two  yean old, notably Zombronum, whloh  promisee to ba in tha 9.10 lift In 1014  Ha ii a beautiful derr mahogany  bay, a grant producer, and kind ind  gentle m disposition.  Don Zombro *ill stand for service  at Mas Jenkins & Co.'s stable  TERMS: $15 for single leap; $20  for season; $25 to insure  (Payable whan mare prow to ba in foal)  R.A.COPELAND  -  Owner  BENVOULIN PRESBYTERIAN  BETHa CHURCH  Sanriaa7.S0a.ai. Saader School 2 SOpai.  RUTLAND   '  III a.ra.        SrjarWSckoot 10a.a.  GLENMORE  Sank. 3.W p.m.  Rn. W. T. BEATT1E. Pasta..  METHODIST  Kalowna Methodist Churoh.  Saeejsh SenfSS al 11 am. and 7iJ0 p.m.  Saadar School M 2:30 p.m.  MldWeek aanrlc WacVaaarW al a p.m.  ���BAPTIST  Kelowaa Baptist Church, Ellis St.  Sabbath Santo, et II a.m. and 7.J0 p.m.  Sabbath School .12)0 p.m.     All w.lcom.  Wad. 7.30. p.m. Rev. O. J. Weleh, Peetor,  t��  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW- BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO.  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUfACTU.tO IN VIIKSN CANADA  BvTHtCaUND-DlRBllfNcC'l  J.0E1TS  THB KELOWNA RECORD  JUST RECEIVED  aahipmeatof  Hot Weather  Drinks  such aa  Rose's Lime juice Cordial.  Ross's Lime juice.  Ross's Belfast Ginger Ale.  Rasa's Cheiiy Wine.  Raas'e Giager Wine.  Kop. Stout (non-alcoholic.)  Kop. Ale. (non-alcoholic.)  Kope Raepbany Liquor.  Kope Cherry Liquor.  Kope Peppermint Liquor.  Kope Ginger Uqoor.  Welch Crape juke.  All these driaka are j��et tha thing  for the home and plsalcs ,  Aad Don't Forget mat'  Our Ice Cream is the Best  Our own make.   100 par oent purs.  For tha beat go to  BAILIFFS  Auction Sale  Uudar instruction* from the landlord I will sell by Public Auction on  Saturday May 30  at 2 p.m. at  Stoekweil's Auction Rooms  (Removed for convenience of aale.)  Household Furniture and Effects,  Garden tools, Small Farm Tools,  ���nd many other articles. Also new  pair Adams Double work Sleds.  TERMS CASH  Burne ot Temple,   J. C Stockwell,  Solicitors. Auctioneer.  Dated May Nth, 1914.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  ���   "KELOWNALODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Bos 382  W. a PEASE. S.M.CORE  Seentaiy  MQUNOINViTEO  Tbe Allen Playen  and Their fiiys  The return of the Allen Players to  our city met with favor on every hand  and the "full house" .711100 greeted the j  players on Monday night when they  opened their week's engeygement with  "The Woman" gave ample evjdeooe of  their popularity In Kelowna.  The company are too wall known to  local theatre goers to need comment,  suffice to say that they oome to us  year after year in new and up-to-date  bills snd players that are capable of  handling them.  Miss Felton haa long been a favorite  here and her supporting oompany are  always capable of aiding lair in her  splendid work,  In the bill on Monday evening "The  Woman" Misa Felton portrayed th*  part ol a humble telephone girl, working at tbe switchboard of a large  hotel, in whioh place war* housed . a  number of politicians. These politicians were using' tha telephone lines a  great deal for business purposes, much  of which was overheard by "Wanda  Kelly" the operator, who in trying to  shield a woman who Waa being drag*  ged into the campaign, refused to give  them proper connections at a critical  moment and upset their plana. In this  bill Miss LilHam Fischer'in the roll  of "The Woman" portrayed the part  in a fashion seldom seen in this section, and the entire east supported her  in a way that pleased everyone.' Eaoh  one, in laot played splendidly, and to  criticise or compare would be unfair  to say the least.  On Tuesday night the company presented "All of a Sudden Peggy," and  delighted a good audience with the dry  wit and comedy in whieh "Peggy" was  constantly getting into hot water over  some, careless, thoughtless scheme she  had worked up,, and bringing others  into the limelight in such a way that  was indeed amusing.  Mrs. P. B. Allen as "Mrs. O'Mara"  and Miss Fischer as "Lady Craoken-  thorpe" caused many a hearty laugh,  as did also the numerous male members ol the oompany.  Laat night the bill entitled "Trilby"  was presented and proved another very  pleasing play. .Miss Felton in the  title roll was splendid and she was admirably supported by the entire cast.  Throughout the play runs a story  so impressive that it will remain  engraved on the minds ol all who witnessed it, and while many do not care  to witness soettes of sadness all agree  that this play is a lesson never to  be forgotten.  Tonight the bill will be "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary", one of the  best comedies of the present day and  one In whieh Mrs. P. H. Allen will appear as "Aunt Mary." The part if  admirably suited to Mr*. Allan aad all  who have seen her in oomedy know  that a hearty laugh ia in store for  them. The part taken by Mrs. Allen  ia that of an old lady and ia very fun'  ny and pathetic, Whan a role combines  the two in large measure the result  il something to make an audienoe sit  up and take notios. "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary" is a dietinot dramatic novel In that tha whole play  centres about this sort of an old lady.  Aunt Mary ia just tht type wa find  in almost every \i ii i aivero appearing old spinster who alternately  browbeats and spoils those who are  dependent upon her charity, who haa  the strictest, though somewhat vague,  notions about right conduct and who  regarda tht city as a well ol iniquity,  All who are familiar with Mrs. Allen's absolutely natural and spontaneous manner of acting will be anxious  to see her in a play which gives her  unlimited opportunity for effeotive  work.  Tomorrow night (Friday) the oompany will pretent "A Butterfly on the  Wheal". This foil is undoubtedly tha  best bill ia the repertoire at present,  it is on a par with "Madam* X" aad  Mies Felton will be eatn in one of her  heavy emotional rolls for whioh aha  ia so well known and in whioh the people of Kalowna delight in seeing bar,  On.Saturday a matinee will be played at which the bUl will be "Cinderella" aud ia the evening th* company  will preaant "The Man from Mexico"  at their fareweH performance.  O    KELOWNA JUNIOR LACROSSE  At a meeting of the above club, held  last night, the following officers were  elected for the year:  Preeident.-His Worship Mayor J. W.  Joaet.  Vioe^preeideut.���R. F. Morriton.  Honorary Viot-preaidents.-F. K. E.  De-Hart, E. A. Day, A. K. Boyer.  Seet.-TrtM.-C. Shayler.  Manager.���E. 0. Melntyre.  Captaln.-A. D. Weddell. ��  Tb* club oolor* chosen were purple  and while. The secretary has .written  to the Vernon Celebration committee  arranging for a gam* on June 3rd.  fudging Irom tht enthusiasm shown  by the boys R looks as though it will  not be necessary to depend on -outside  players lor th* senior team in the near  future.  CLOTHES STROM SEAWEED  PAYS. TO BE A WORLD-  RENOWNED SINGER  A suit of clothes mad* from seaweed  There is a grand income always seems unique to nay the least. Yet this  awaiting the one who gets to the top has been done, and the chance* ire  of the list in any line of business, that it will prove quit* a profitable  They certainly have laborious work business. The seaweed that has been  getting there, but singers who "get found the moat valuable for the man-  there" have no reason to complain ol ufacture of doth comes from off the  the emoluments awaiting those rrho ooast of Australia, and ia dredged  attain premier position. , from the bottom of rather deep water.  The great and robust tenor, Signor, It is believed thia weed grows from  Caruso, who haa just signed a oun- the soil left by a submerged foreet, as  tract with the Metropolitan Opera it is particularly strong and its fibre  House in New York for tb* 1016 sea- {is of such.quality aa to,malt* it venison at a salary of 13,000 a night, is , able in cloth making. At first it waa  erroneously stated to be receiving believed this fibre wa* altogether too  under this contract tho highest ut-' coarse for clothing making but when  ary ever given in the history of opera. (the fibre wat properly prepared it waa  Signor Caruso will have to double found it cam* apart into a surprising-  his salary before he it on a level vjth ly soft material of B light brown color  th* highest sum paid to an opera singer, tbe recipient ol th* |g,000 lor a  night's performs nee being Mm*. Melba.  She received this amount for appearing one night in New .Orleans in the  'eighties  110,000 A DAY  "Caruso, ix artbelass, it gradually  mounting higher in his feet" taid a  west-end manager to a newspaper  representative. "In 1007 he wat engaged by the Metropolitan Opera  House at New York to sing eighty  timet in twelve months for a salary of  1200,000 per annum. This contract  lasted for four years, and it is possible that he may yet live to be the  highest paid singer who ever went on  a stage."  Both Mme. Patti and Mme. Melba  were paid frequently more than 13,000  for one night's performanoe. Mr. Ham-  merstein in New York paid Mme. Mel  and capable oi taking aU torts of dye.  Several mill* in Yorkshire, England,  are importing thia seaweed and using  it in the manufacture of cloth. Thit  ���loth is quite at toft and pliable at  woollen cloth, and whit* not quit* a*  warm as wool, makes a strong fabric  that ia extremely serviceable as wril  aa attractive. Of course, one .if the  great advantage* of seaweed cloth is  that it it to extremely aheap, being  salable at leas than half the prioe of  pure woollen cloth. The supply of  this seaweed teems almost inexhaustible, and the collection of this weed  by dredging it furnishing many Australians with a paying employment.���  Canadian Journal of Commerce.  CROP AREA Of WHEAT  One more million, acre* oi land will  be under cultivation tail year', than  laat year and in consequence, judging  by present conditions, the crop , of  Western Canada trill be large* by fif-  tv million puthris, according to (V F.  Tilt, of Winnipeg, who wat interviewed in Montreal recently.  'There have been a great number  of settlers of the right kind" , taid  Mr. Tilt to a correspondent, "which  it a good thing for the weet. One party, composed of German - noblemen  and their follower*, hav* acquired  90,000 acres of th* irrigated land.: of  the Canadian Pacific near the town  of Hussar, ten miles north of Batumi. The leader of the party it  Count Garnstoff, while one of those interested aod who expects to join''' Iho  new colony later j* Prince RaJinill, a  blood relation of Emperor TiOiam.  This colony ha* strong financial, Wk-  ing and In a month 300 more Jefiian.  will arrive."  Mr. Tilt, who ie the Winnipeg, .manager of tbe irrnin exnortinjz branch of  .lames Carruther* * Co., is very optimistic regarding this yeir's crop.  "At a meeting ol the board ol governors of the    University of Satkatohe-  ba^OOO .night'for sonTe Time, Ind w*n �� j^^jjl ^"J"   "  she received tho same salary frequently ��� """  at Covent Garden.   She was also paid .  16,000 on several occasion by tbe late ��PProveA  Mr. Henry E. Abbey. On one occasion  tht famous Catalini received f 1,000 for  new residence    building which  completed,   will     cost 125,000  when  were  singing   "God Save   the King"   and  "Rule Britannia" at a   London   eon-  Running wild at the head of a (tack  cert, and at one provincial festival of coyotes, a shepherd dog has been  she received the sum of 110,000. In leading the pack into the very c'oor  lets than six month* in 1809 .ns rnd yards of the settlers of Stigo, Color-  received 160,000 in salary from Covent ado the past winter, and while won-  Garden theatre. Farinellla salary for during at tlio boldness of the coyotes  a year was $25,000 but thia seem* quite not until recently wat it learned that  modest as compared with some of, the their leader was a dog and not a  salaries now made in opera. One ol the coyote.  largest salaries given at the time was      given to   Caffarelli'in 1740 at Venice,'  who received $3,600 for three month's* days were Sims Roves, Mario, Rubini  services, but in 1796 Faustina received and Jean de Retake. The letter's top  110,000 for singing under Handel's figure of $36,100 was paid by Sir  management in London. Augustus Harris   for sixteen perform-  Among highly paid singers ol   later an;os at Covent Garden, London.  MUTILATED BANK NOTES  It bat been notioed that a large  number of notes have been presented  to banks with one ol the comers torn  off the bill, generally a five or ten.  This is an indication of a revival ol a  well known method of fraud. The  process is a simple ons. but is often  cleverly and neatly done. A corner  with the iigure 10 or 6 it torn off a  $10 or $5 bill and pasted over the  I "one" on the earner of a United  States $1 bill. The change is a deceptive one and unless the person is  on the lookout it would be easy to  him to aeeept one of these doctored  bills even though only the corner ��as  tampered with.  An Important delegation waited on  Hon. T. W. Crother*. minister of labor, urging the establishment throughout Canada of free labor bureaus,  whieh would perform more economically the work that is now done, in  some oases with abuses, by private  agencies. The deputation, which numbered about 90, included representatives ol various labor organisations  and others who are interested in the  question.  Kelowna Opera House  TO-NIGHT  Miss Verna Felton and  ers  PRESENTING  "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Maiy"  With Mrs. P. R. Alien as " Aunt Maty  Friday  "A Butterfly on the Wheel"  . Feature production.    A companion play to " Madame X"  Saturday Matinee  " Cinderella"  Spectacular Production.   Special costumes and effects  Saturday Evening  "The Man From Mexico  Positively the funniest comedy produced in years!  " We always leave them laughing when we sa/ goodbye."  >!  Prices: 50c, 7 5c. and $ 1.   Matinee Prices: 25c and 50c.  Seats now selling at Crawford's for all performances.   ��� Curtain 8.45 sharp KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 38, 1914  WANTED!  Prepaid Kales: 2 cents per word  first insertion and 1 oent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less than io centa.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE OR RENT.- Six roomed  house u" Wilson Avenue. Prico  SH.OUtl. Term, nrrunged. Apply E.  h'nglnnd. ll?tf  TEAM FOR SALE.-Weight 2950. Also  wagon, harness, sleighs, wood rack,  two new horsit blanket*, etc., $650.  Apply Mission Ranch. 17tf.  FOK SALE VERY CHEAP.- nouse  and lot, $1250, oloi* in. Apply Hoi  140 Kilowna. l'Jtl.  FOK RENT.-Po'.ato planter.     W. P.  Meredith, City Transfer. 19tf.  FOR SAtE.-Blaok Minoica eggs lor  hatching, S2.00 per setting. Prize  winnrrs at full nnd winter lairs. Apply II. D. Rlggs, ltftf.  FOK SALE.- Arsenate of Lead, 1,  5,  and 'J5 pound sizes.   Kelowntt Crow-  ......   !.'....(  nt,,.  ers Itaehange.  23tf  FOR SALE.���-Second hand sido-suddle  in excellent condition (by Parkor of  London*. Bargain lor quiok sule. Apply Thpinlihson, linrness maker, Ke-  lowna. 27  FOU SALE. ��� Two light demoornt  wagons. Apply A. B, Cox, second-  Imnd store. 27tf.  WANTED  TEAM WANTRIJ.-Woiild trade two  good lots in Woodlawn with shack  barn ii nil chicken house, I akin; noid  work team in pnrt payment. W. P  Mir.'tlilh, Oity Transfer, liltf.  TWO YOlXli  ENGLISH WOMEN will  do washing or cleaning by the day.  Apply    Mis.    Harrison.    Sutherland  nvenue, or P. 0. Box 381. Kelo.vnii.  27-8p  WANTED.-Second hand stock saddle.  Medium ii 'a, must lie in (rood condition. ThoniMnson, h :irno h nmki r. Ko-  lowtis. 27  WANTED.���Houtewor't by rl i������ or hour  Ikon; 144, between 7 and 8.    27-8p  SITUATION WANTED  YOlNf! OIRL. ���wishing to live in  I own would help with housework in  exchange for board. Apply llox "A"  Record! , X  :   TO RENT  10 MAT,��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent 118.80 por mo.  Apply W. II. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tf  IOR SALE OR RENT.-5-roomod cottage with bath. Stockwell awnue.  Apply P.O. Box 201, Kelowna.    27tl  FOR SALE  Tho Trustees ol ths Black Mountain  School District, are desirous ol receiv-  , ing o'Ti rrt for the old school house and  ens a'i'e 61 land, situated west ol the  Butlaud store. Tenders to be sent to  Mr. S. Gray, secretary,, by .Juno let.  Any tender not necessarily accepted.',  ���. j lui ���' '    ���������" -��  BARRON STRAIN  1 have '.imported a pen o! Bull Qr-  piniti.ii i from Tom Barron, Lancashire  FnrlunJ, and also one ol White Wyan-  dottes from Will Barron, Lancashire,  England. They ��� are from'their best  winter laying strain. Ejus from these  two pens; $2.50 per setting of 15.  Terms cash with order.  SEED POTATOES lor sale, Mort  gage l.ilturs, good clean seed.  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin-  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna.   ��� iU-31  SPJRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. -H. Davie* will bs at Mr.  Mathie'* (over tailor shop, Pendozi  atrett) between th* hours ol 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday of each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. O.  Dor 636, Kelowna. 20tf.  SHORTHAND  Parsgon System  Two month*' course insures speed  of 100 word* a minute  la'.nding pupil, mud join firat week in June  $4) fee tor complete courss, including  typewriting.   Writ* Box B, Record Office.  Mr. G. A. Fishc-, secretary of the  Ktiowna Hospital Society acknowledges with thanks th? following donations during tho month of Auril:  Cream and ina. lj ar,;, M s. Willits;  one dozen quarts ol fruit, Mrs. Ball;  sack rhubarb, Mr. F. R. E. DeHart;  bo.'i rhubarb, C. 15. Weeks; two sacks  potatoes, M. Hereron; linn, E. C. Mo-  Int.vro; small hand towels, Mr. Richmond.  Donations in cash.��� Union Sunday  school service, $20,110; Kclowna Club  #100.00.  o  Prospects in the Rutland district  loo't vory bright Ior a bountiful  oro.i. The farmers are busy irrigating and as there is a mor.i  plentiful supply of water then ever  before on both systems of irrigation,  The Central Oknnngnn Lands nnd tiie  Rutland ditch, tho result should he  proportionate. LaHt winter considerable work was put iu on the Uittjand  ditch, n steel llunic 250 lost lonR beintr  laid on tho bnn'is ol Mission Creek,  at a cost of $250.00, wi h the .esul  that tho fanners are getting 25 per  cent more water thnn they have had  hitherto.  "N'ow, Freddie, once for all,   will you  wash your fnco and hands?"  "Sure thing, if it's once for alll"  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot "A" Map 070   Obojoos Division, Yale District  Notice is hereby ri.ni that I shall  ut the expiration ol one month irom  the date of the first publication hereof issue a certificate of Indefeasible  Title to the above mentioned Lot in  the name of George Parker Dolsen unless in the meantime valid objection is  mode to me in writing, the holder of  the following documents relating to  the above lands; viz;���  1, Grant from tho Crown to Francis Ortolan, dated August 1st, 1883  of Lot 128, Gr. 1. Osoyoos Division,  Yale District.  2." Con.'eynn *e in fee, I'ra'ieis Ortolan, to Charles Levnssucr, dated August (ith, 1884:  3. Conveyance in fe. t hn'is l.ovas-  suer to Joseph Christian, dated, April 15th, 1887:  4. Mortgftpc in fee, .Joseph Christian to Frank Richter, dated \prll  19th, 1887.  is    requested   to- deliver tho same   to  me forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Olli-'c,  Kamloops this -1th day ol May, A. D.  1914.  C. n,; DUNBAR  25-29 District Registrar.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby gi,en, that at the  next statutory meeting ol the Board of  Licensing Commissioners for the City  of Kolowna, I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply for a renowal of my licence to sell liquor by retail In fihe  premises known as the Palace Hotot,  situated on the north tide of Bernard  av?iiue, between .Water street and Pen-  doiti street, in the City of Kelowna,  B. C.  Dated the 21st day o- May, 1914.  26-30  R. W.BUTLER  BUILDER ei CONTRACTOR  Estimates furniahed on all descriptions  ol woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  lawn and country residencea  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted wilh bsth rooms,  W.Choi water, &c.  P.O. Box 185  Hot  Weather  Did You  Say?  Warm weather, cold  weather, any kind-of  weather��� Campbell's  Tomato Soup goes  "right to the spot".  Here is the place to  buy it. And now do  these good things  strike you?  WOUNDED TELL HOW MATES DIED  Tho above shows the removal of n sailor Irom tho Solace on a stretcher.  A number of stories of actual fighting were told by tho wounded men who  wero brought homo on the hospital ship from Vera Cruz.  We are open to Public  Inspection during all Working Hours  *J It is highly important that you should know that  the place where your personal clothing is washed is clean and sanitary all over and in evsry  lespect. When next you wish to take a pleasant  walk, call in and see our laundry and note our  , sanitary methods.  Kelowna Steam Laundry  OS Pendozi Street South  Phone 159  Campbell's Ox Tail Scup  Campbell's Vegatable Soup  Campbell's Chicken Soup  Campbell's Clam Chouder  Campbell's Asparagus Soup  Campbell's Chicken Gumbo Soup  Campbell's Pea Soup  Campbell's Consomme Soup  Canvpbell's Mulligatawny Soup  Campbell's Vermicelli-tomato  Soup  They just take a few minutes tb prepare  ���and betides, " They are all good."  Any kind of Campbell's Soups  15c per tin  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality & Service oar psotlo.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly accounta nett  Saturday Cash Special  Quaker Corn Flakes   5c per pkg.  Wo more than two packagea to each customer  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON. B.C.  Thi. school offers * thorough, modern  ���duration, with tatahil training ind  ������* moderate.  refined  home UI*.   Tjrm.  For prrMp*ranit,'*c* apply  Mitt Lt5GALLA13   -   Principsl  ������������������*m���  SCHOOLBOY  WANTED  FOR slendy, summer, part-  time, ens> woik. Must  be bright, neatly dressed, and  under fourteen year* ol age".  Give references and mention  day and hour when parent  will come with boy for interview. Gond pay. Splendid  training. Write to Crawford  & Co., Bernard Ave., Kelowna  ICE  Delivered to any part ol th* city in  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on applieation to  H.B. BCBTCH  Bankhead  Phone 180 2HI.  Summer Underwear for Men  PRACTICALLY EVERY KNOWN STYLE & MAKE REPRESENTED  We have given over a large section of  the Men's Furnishings Department to the  display of dozens of different kinds assembled for discriminating men tp choose from  At 50c. a garment two ply balbi'ig-  gun in natural color that is oxception-  gl value and popular with a great  many.  ... STOUT MEN'S UNDERWEAR  In natural color and white,    extra  roomy  and strong.    Sizes   to   48 in.  At ....,  50 and 75c.  At 5(lc. a Cellular porous-knit underwear whioh is available either with or  without sleeves. Knee or ankle length  in both white and cream.  Boy's Balbriggan, leu; sleeve, ankle  length, or ihort sleeve, kn?e length in  nice fine Egyptian oloth. Sizes 23 to  32.    Special  35c.  B. V. D. at   ...75c. and 90u.  Combinations  .11.50 and 11.75  Thit line it mott popular for athletic  wear, lovely, soft texture and durablt.  At $1.50 per suit, fine quality bel-  briggan, natural or whit*, long thttret  ankle length, with extra overlap crotch  Pun Silk combinations, long sleeve  and ankle length. Clo**d crotch,  At'    $10. par tuit  Silk and I.inen. Stanlield't combinations, real   durablt at th* v*ry olott  prioe .....'. 13.00 each  Two pleoe at ���������M each  Collars  If you want the very newest in Collars���we  git them at they come out HOT  Outing Shirts With Style and Class  We could give you TWO DOZEN reasons why you should  look over our lines, and then: well I   It's Up To Us whether  ���    you buy or not  TRADE  MARK  French Batiata  outing shirts $2.50  Biuck  and White  Pipe Stripe $1.50 to $2.50  W.G.&fR. White Self-Striped Veiling ..$1.25to$2  Men'a Simla -Pongee Silk, Jap Tatfotta Negligee,  Crepe., Ctiambrye, Flannel., French Ginghams.  Dr. Jaeger's Wool TaSetta Outing Shirts at...$4.50  Zephyr       $3.25  All the new colors��� Blues, New Greys, Fawns.   All these good  line* made  with ���  good wide yoke back, Double Cuff, and collars detachable if wanted.  Thomas Lawson, Limited  Men's Neckwear  Did You Ever See Such an Array >  We Never Did?  Thi* season you mult wear m bright,  spirited tie-vivid in oolor���loud.  Th* smartest idaat art mpittttd in  th* brocaded and embroidered effect*���  a combinationr such as ths knot in ltd  and the flowing ends in B contrasting  color, are quite tha thing.  Then it no end of variety h*r�����  from th* modest affairs at 95 east* to  tha ttability silks at     ��50  Have you teen the new bow tie* and  th* 'new Windowtttt in fine strip**?  Tl* them yourself; loose ends ia un-  ronunon stripe efftcti and rich plain  colon. Baautilul effeott. Very smart.  Prioed at    fiOe.  Th* new Tubular Foiu>in-Hand lie*  in plain shades an vary effective in  rich bluet, brown*, reds, greon and  greys. Priced at       75o.  Embroidered Fanoy Silk Tiea an  quite the tiring In the mott effective  colorings. Grey, blue, brown and nd,  Prioed at  11.50 aad $1.78  Vary nifty*an the heavy brocaded  fanoy silks in wide flowing end effejti.  In no end of ooVon, Priced at ... 11.00

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