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Array ^f, 'Se-YiaryBiV  \  ffctotorc* Mtmb  VOL. VIII   NO. 30.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JUNE 15. 1916���4 PACES  ���1.50 Per Annum  Daylight Saving Plan  Meets Opposition  Monthly Meeting of tl  Women's Institute  ^^^^^^^^^^^ The Kelowna Women's, Institute held  Decides to Take  Plebiscite on; their regular monthly meeting on Sat-  the Question lurday, June 10th, with an attendance  of thirty-eight  members and a number  oi    visitors.       After routine business  When the City Counoil' assembled for several ladies gave their favorite reci-  their regular meeting Friday morning, pes for summer dishes. A collection  they found that their apparently inno- is taken at each meeting to send food  cent action of the previous meeting in to a prisoner of war at Gieesen, Ger  falling i in with the deaireB of a deputa- many. Private Harry Chaine of Van-  tion from the Boardof Xrade.and ad- couvor, who went with the first con-  opting   the    "Daylight Saving" plan, tingent.  Beemed likely to bring a hornet's neet'   The J uly meeting will take the form  about their ears. ��' a picnic to be held in, the park on  Br. B. B. Kerr had taken np the tt* 6th prox. An ihvitation has  cause of the "Antis," and .appeared been extended to the Jutland Institute  before the oounoil to protest against to join in the picnic,  the scheme. It was hinted to him ' The Flowee Show on August :the 5th  that it would perhaps be more satis- "ill be held in the Aquatic Pavilion,  faotory and convincing if a deputation Prize lists have already been distribut-  of citizens opposed to the aoheme were ��d, but subsequent to these lists being  to express their views to the counoil. printed, Messrs Palmer & Rogerson  This, he declared, he could get togeth- kindly offered, to donate two prizes of  er in a few minutes, and departed for 83 and 82 respectively, which will be  the purpose. given for the best collection of house  After some little delay somo eight or plants (four varieties), and will take  nine citizens put in an appearanoe the place of prize no. 1 on yhe list. A  These included Messrs D. D. Campbell, book donated by theProvincialOovern-  H. F. Bees, Geo. Meikle, J. Ball, Gor- ment will be given to the winner .of  don Whitehead and Dr. Gaddes. Most .tta greatest number of prizes,  of these gentlemen expressed themselves Tea wi" be served by the Institute  on the matter, though it was curious for the benefit of the lied Cross funds,  to note that in every case except one! Ladies desiring to exhibit flowers  thoir opposition was based upon the "and plants, but who have not yet be-  fact that the scheme had not beon ad-1 come members of the Institute should  opted generally, and that it waa use-, make early application through any of  Prisoner In Germany  Writes Women's Inst.  Sends Thanks For Parcels Received From Kelowna  The following letter has just      been  Majority Vote Against  Daylight Saving  277 For and 305 Against  Shown on Polling Book  The  Kitchener's Successor  Announcement of Earl Kitchener's  successor probably wilt be made before  Parliament reassembles on .luno 20th.  Present indications point to Mr.  The view strongly held by the minis-  tions, as the new secretary for war.  ,'l'hc view strongly held by the mibis-  oting on the subjeot erf Day- ters it that lbe ������ Mel o( the war  be a civillian member of the  On tkMove /.(pin  Austrians Fail to Check Great  Offensive Movement  the.  received from Harry Chaine, the Can- light Saving rendered necessary by the 'Ofgco w;|  iidittn    soldier who  is at present held opposition to the action of the council  cnbrae^( Hflral  a prisoner of war at the German mili- j in   putting   forward   Ihe time of the |   jt Mr   j loy(1 George take8 tne posi.  tary   camp   of Gieasen, in reply to a ' city, has created no little interest, not tjon   y,ere  letter   sent    by    Mrs. H. Newby, the to say   amusement,    during the past I material   duties   affecting   both the  secretary of the Kelowna Women's In-. week.      Enthusiasts    both    for    and i   ��� offic(! and the min|8trv   of   mBni.  'stitute.      The Institute, it might be against the scheme have been endeavor tion9. It ;��� considered desirable that he  mentioned,  have undertaken the task | ing to get their supporters to the poll '8tiu    have 8ome connection witn  of   supplying   Chaine with parcels of and   although the "antis" have   herd great machine he has organized,  food    to supplement, what by all ao-, the lead all the time, yet the position |  | counts, is a very slim prison fare. i has always been close enough to be in-  Dear Mrs. Newby,��� teresting.  ! Your kind and welcome letter dated j Upon counting tho votes at noon to-  December 4th reached me a week ago, day tho ballot showed 227 for, and  owing no doubt, to a slight  error in 305 against.  the address, the letter was consider-1 Aid Millie presented another sheet of  ably delayed, bo I am taking this, the names collected by him during Satur-  tirst opportunity of writing, to thank j day afternoon and evening, which he  the Kelowna Women's Institute for the stated showed a majority of 69 against  | very ��Mcellont. parcels which have been  the scheme.  arriving regularly and in good condi- |   In connection with this sheet a poti- wm ^^ by ^^ underBlanding r^"  tion since December laBt.     They    are tton signed by 64 citizens was handed        ���   -im.-,   _-:���,,.   ���vjm    ���H  ItuBslans  greatly appreciated   and contain   just iu    worded    as   follows: "We protest gjj   m'htary   P��",tS   C��Vm��e    " tured    approximately 118,000  what we require.  I joined the first contingent in Vic  toria  the  medium  that    n paid city official has been influencing  voters against  the Daylight  The spectacular Russian advance! in  Galicia and Volhynia apparently have  not yet been checked, although few details of tbe campaign have been permitted to come to light. Vienna eon-  , ,  cedes    the    withdrawal    of Austrian  may be a rearrangement of ^    northwestwn    Vritm^i  where tbe advance of the -Russians has  brought them within 13 miles off the  capital, Czernowitz.  From   the   wooded region of southwest Russia to the Roumanian frontier the Russians are keeping up their  tremendous offensive against the Aua-  tro'Hungarians.    who have been reinforced on several sectors by Germans.  The advance of the 'Russians' is note-  able for the largo number of prisoners  tajten    and the enormous captures of  guns,  machine guns,  ammunition and  other    war stores.     In the week that  elapsed   since   they   first   thre^* their  attacks    against    the   Austrians, the  report      that    they    cap-  points   covering    all tured    approxmiaUiv 118,000    officers  and men and forced back the organiz-  Perfect Understanding Re  garding War  It is certain that the visit of Premier Briand, General Jo-Tre and General  Roques,   minister of war,   to London  and   do not know much about! Saving   scheme,   and we request that  The Temps, declaring that the exchange of views showed perfect agreement   between the French and British  rest af B. C. except through the the voting be declared null and void." <p .        ,,  un ofmagazine articles, etc., but! ; Aid.   Millie    betrayed his Hibernian,   .^ b �� ^ diplomat;c form.  ed Hnes of their antagonists from the  region of the Volhynian fortress triangle to Roumania, and large bodies  the directors or members,  berfihip fee for the year is  The mem-  cents.  to attempt to run old and  time together,  ...Mayor .Jones pointed out that when  the matter had come before the Board  of Trade and the Merchant's Association, the support had seemec' to be  unanimous, and tbe council had limply  fallen in with what had seemed to be  the general wish of the public.  Mr. Geo. Meikle, who had been one  of the deputation from the Board of  Trade on the subject, said amidst  some amusement, that the delegates  bad apparently been laboring under a  delusion-     He had been led to believe ...  that everybody was in favor of the j about it* that if the oounoil did not  scheme, and that all he had to do was i change the time he would take the  to formally ask the council to make matter up with the department of  the change of time by altering the I Education to have the school time at  power house whistle. , The Board of I1***, changed back again.  Trade and everybody else had undoubt Some of the aldermen'-were in favor  edly taken too much for granted. "A ��f immediately reverting to the old  better canvass of the district should system, but others held the view that  have   been     made   before taking the ^though the council had in a   meas  of men have been taken since then  hope to pay Kelowna a visit after the origin by stoutly maintaining that he'  . *T\~ " ""* "*1T."'""' '"*".      Having    previously captured Lutsk,  ���      I presume the majority of the had not done any canvassing, and that* ^[^M^T^w^ tte Vh Bu8iian> baVe noW retaken Dubno*  The Government has introduced a  bill making a half holiday compulsory,  but it leaves the day on which the  half holiday is to be taken���whether  Wednesday or Saturday���to the voters  in Victoria, Vancouver and New Westminister. The vote will be taken on  Wednesday, June 14th in these places.  I war.    | ladies who form the Institute are he was not the only one to blame, as  I married and therefore it | will be quite others besides bim had been rounding  safe    for   a    lonely batchelor to pay j up votes.  j them a visit during Leap Year. We In view of the undisputed majority  are all figuring that the war will against the scheme shown in the offi-  come to an end this coming summer, [eial book held in the city office, the  j This camp is a very healthy one, and council considered themselves justified  I we had quite a jolly time at Christ-, in reverting to the standard time, and  [mas. The winter has been B.C. mild .ft was decided that the change should  , and we are all fit and well and in the take place to-night,  I best of spirits.  est importance for the  cution of the*war."  successful prose-  Forest Revenue Mounting Up  Codling Moth in the Cellar  matter before the city council. He  did not think the change made very  much difference to the merchants.,,  Mr. R. B. Kerr pointed out the inconvenience which was caused in connection with the sorting of the mail.  Business men used to be able to get  their mail before going home, whereas  now they had to come back in the  evenings. He said there was undoubtedly an overwhelming majority  against the scheme, and he asked the  council to give instructions to have  the city whistle put back to the old  time;  Aid, Millie was most vehement in his  condemnation of the new time. With  passionate eloquence he asked the mem-1  berB of the council to contemplate the  wreck which it had made in hia hitherto harmonious domestic arrangements. He, on account of his position in the Government telegraph office  had to keep to the old time, while his  children at school had changedto the  new. This had meant duplicating the  mid-day meal, and the consequent  estrangement of the partner of his  joys and sorrows���in short, as Mr.  Mioawber might have said), it meant  the very deuce.     He felt so strongly  Hon. DUNCAN MARSHALL  Minister of Agriculture, who will speak at  the Irrigation Convention,  to be held in  Kamloops neat month.  ure been stampeded into the thing,  that was no reason why they should  be stampeded out again. A suggestion to take a plebiscite of the people  on the question showed a way out of  the difficulty, and this plan was decided upon, thc ballot to remain open  from noon that day (Friday) to the  following Thursday noon, all persons  over 21 years of age whether in town  or country to be entitled to vote.  Thus having disposed of the matter  for the thirae being, the regular business \>i the council was taken up.  Aid. Harvey having reported that all  water connections had beon made at  the cemetery, the following resolution  was passed: "That a vote of thanks  be tendered to the Kelowna Irrigation  Co. for supplying water to the cemetery, and allowing the city to connect  to their pipe ��� system, and also to Mr.  F. E. U. Wollaston who had given  permission to carry the systemthrough  hia property."  Aid. Millie announced that the Fire  Brigade, had asked for four new hydrants to be installed in the following  places: Corners of Long street and  Cadder avenue, St. Paul street and  Clement avenue, Cawston avenue ,and  Richter street, and StookweH avenue  and Richter street.;  Mr. K, Iwashita appeared in connection with a garage which, he had  built to the rear of hia store. He  had erected it without any, permit from  the oity under the impression that tho  by-law was not now being enforced.  He had actually applied for a permit  but had been told by Mr. Bigger that  he was not now acting us building inspector.  Mr. Iwashita's explanation was accepted, but he was informed that AM.  Millie was now fulfilling the duties of  inspector under the by-law.  The by-laws fixing the new rates for  light and water were finally passed.  The police report was read recording  a total of 11 cases before the magistrate, 2 for riding bicycles on the sidewalk, 2 for being drunk and disorderly, and 7 for wilful damage to property.... 127.75 had l��eon collected in fines.  It was decided to assomble for a few  minutes at the close of the voting on  |the Daylight Saving scheme to give  effect to the wishes of the people as  expressed thereby.  One     of   the   recent   issues   of   the  "Illustrie Zeitung," a leading German  illustrated weekly, has a long article  about    ('anuria, the pictures are very  interesting, and one of Kelowna, B.C.  | on Lake Okanagan looked good to me.  j   We are given every opportunity   to  iss." z^rtt cir - a irajzr^rsr�� ���-to the number ��f * -"��� ���-*  farms during the ������, and the ���� "".ITST "fi.lv,Id the high <"'*" Micolin* the �����*-��*  time seem, to pass quickly enough. * �� ���*��"��'**J2* ^ ^ * th. log market;, stumpage on tfmb-  We have a very good Prisoners ol War , JSlS,. Uh, ,.,*, " Ba'es ������M*S to$10,567, and  military band,' also a vaudeville show' J-T'TT *5�� ��-&'^! *W*. �������� ������* totalKng ��37.00O for  the second of the fortresses in the  Volhynian triangle held by the Austrians, and are pressing the retreating  Austrians westward. In Galicia and  Bukowina, progress has also been  made by the Russians. The Austrians  admit the withdrawal of their forses  into northwestern Bukowina.  1 I   The    Austrians all along the battle  j The forest revenue for tbe month of front are putting up a stubborn re-  May has been very satisfactory, amount sistance, especially east of. Kolki, lying to $198,000, which is far larger ing to the north of Lutsk, where they  than for the same month last year, have forced back Russian advanced  and in excess of the figures for May, elements across the Styr river, and in  1914. the region of Torgovrtsy, on tne iStyr,  Noticeable items were those indicat- south   of   Lutsk, where a sanguinary  Several years ago an Iowa orchard-  ing ft large numbej. ^ restatements battle is in progress.  ist    was much   troubled with codling rf t|mber Uoenceg previousI    allowed  .  moth, although he sprayed ��*oroughly. to gQ [n ^^ hand loggera Hcen.  | The    damage   increased from year to  Franchise League lie-  so   taking things by the large we are  "^ T ^ 0^ on Vne furiaV'lo b��  about    aa happy as prisoners of war  have a right to be.  I should like to get a letter from any  motha wintering jn t.,a cellar came 01U  one   of   your members who can spare, in the apr5ng fa ftn oXajptijulilv  The   following     resolution has been  adopted by the Kelowna tiqual Fran-  the month _.���....._..._.._  Apart from revenue, the amount re-  disposed of during tne winter.      Tin-  ^    from   forest proteCtion colle0. chise League-  theory    advanced    that    the codling tiong WM near,y d(mb!e thftt of tfay I   "Whereas the British Columbia Leg-  |(,i - . islature   has passed a bill submitting  the  itime once in a while, they mean so  much to us all.  vigorous condition,   but somewhat   later |  tkan those which were not so fuvo!��b- J  Yours sincerely ,y    locftt^ fa ^ owhftld ^j othpr J  L.-C. HARRY CHAINE outdoor places.    The remit was Ihnf  , the eggs of these cellar wintered moths  | the question of woman suffrage to a  referendum of male voters; And whereas   boys   under twenty-one who have  Staff Officers Appointed forenli8tedandwho,iav<,livijd9i!cmo,,th!'  Death of William Shand  'were laid later than wul cip"<ted ond |  I therefore both their  firpt-  ;u<d  second,  Camp at Vernon  in British Columbia are to be given a  jvote to decide whether the franchise  j shall be extended to women who have    [passed their lives inBritish Columbia;  brooil? developed at a time when the 'jne maj0rity ot the appointments to And whereas such a proposal is an in-  orchard was not so well protected as tne 8taff of the Vernon Concentration suit to women, and tho women nf Brit-  it was against those whioh wintered Camp nave bevn ma(je ish Columbia would make themselves  outside. Consequently, they produced q^ ff K Gregory is to be the'com- contemptable if thev took any notice  ��� well known orchardisl. th. Iha'nd .the ����'*����"��� numbenof worms which ^.w, rj.pt. L. H. Major, of the of such a referendum,-  ihad been ill for some time, and expir- j" l"rf ha? an mhauVei ��PP��*un.ty 7lh Battalion, has been made orderly!   " I hereto���,    the    Equal    Franchise  'ed as    aresult of heart failure.     The tor, doing damag!L ..      ��� offioer-    CsPe- W- Turnbu11 of tho #* LcagUe   ��'   Kel��Wna    hweby rcaolvM  ��A thra theory, the cellar was n^gj^^    Gordon    Highlanders, Vic- ,Jh��t it   will have nothing to do with  Deceased, ���"T'    *xmsti to .PrevantJ *��� mluU  toria,    rtoeivei    the    appointment ofthe proposed referendum."  The death took place at the Mission  last Sunday evening of William Shand,  Kelowna   Aberdeonshire, Scotland,  widow and family to mourn his loss.  A daughter, Miss Mary Shand, oame  in from Vancouver to attend the funeral.  for doing damage,  'tu^al Jook'plMe Wednesday'morn'ing" I   *J��* ��A *h�� ^eory, the cellar was 5^^  at the Kelowna Cemetery.     Deceased, ��� '    '*  who   was   55 years    of ago, came to T from    T^v" 'Be j'"5' Assistant   Adjutant-General in charge  some eight years ago from.f,C8t vear *^ ^��� w"   ��^ T ot   adminitlration.       Lieut.    H.    A.  He leaves a age   was educed be fully 75 percent. ,.ampbe,I(  c,ac.(  b^o^ Otirumoe  This   may   be the trouble with other officer        Capt     E. N   Gilliatt, 16thwith  orchards where the damage seems myr,- Batta>ioll(    C.E.F.(    is the ohief ^.5 '  torious- ^  I officer.     Liout.-Col. K. Cartwright, C.  �� M.G., son of Sir Richard Cartwright,  Important negotiations are in   pro-' and   a   veteran   of the South African  Russian    torpedo    boat    destroyers  havo sunk 13 large Turkish ships laden  merchandise, off the Anatolian  coast.  Following   the example of England,  Italy and the Scandinavian countsics  gross regarding the Graham Kvapora- |warj haa 1^ appointed to the dutie.^ave adopted the daylight saving bill  J. W. Bengough, the noted Canadian  cartoonist, will visit Kelowna next  Thursday under the auspices of the  People's Prohibition movement. As is  well known, Mr. Bengough is touring  the province in connection with the  prohibition propaganda, and besides  being an interesting speaker of great  natural ability, he addB, to the attractiveness of his utterances by lightning  sketches.       ,*  tor plant, whioh it is understood   is o( musketry instructor,  being taken over by a local syndicate  consisting    of Messrs. Cross, Bulman,  and    McDonald.     It is expected that  arrangements will be completed during  advancing legal time by one hour.  The   new sohool of instruction    for  !i��Bas^asiaiiMiais>ass))))>..>sis)>i officers    and N. C. O.'s will be opened  tho next few days for the removal of   . w<Jrk Pointj VMC0Uver WanA on  tho    plant from the cannery building, K       19th     ���ajot F   A   Seely.Smith  and it* Section tft other premises. Opcr- '^   Q_s_a>    sUt)J8 ^ an rfort .g  aliens are to start much earlier this ^^ made to ������������ quarUOTf Buffioi.  year, and it is expected that the plant 1^ ,        and 0therwi8e ..tisfaotory,  will be working by August.  Put Your Clock Back One  Hour To-Night  As a result of the plebiscite taken this week regarding  the Daylight-Saving Scheme recently adopted, the Cily  Council has given instructions for the power house  whistle to blow at. 7 o'clock to-morrow morning by  Standard or C.P.R. time.  within the bounds of the banraoko,  An important amendment has been  received to the regulations under  ! which the school is to be operated.  It is provided' that all probationers  from C. E. F. units shall receive the  same pay while at the school as thay  get 'for servioe in their respective  battalions,  I Major Seely-Smith announces that  Major Versturme Bunbary, who has  been in charge of the Royal Sohool  of Infantry, will be at the head of  the new sohool, and that, among the  I members of thc instructional staff will  be Lieut. Compton, ��� Sergt .-Major In  'stractor Coffin, Sergt.-Major Instruct  or Youngrnan, and Sergt. Mitten, of  the 6th Regiment, D.C.O.'fi.  J. C. DOBSON  Chairman of Hydro-Electric Co., Kamloops  who will apeak at the Irrigation Convention to be held in Kamloops next month. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 1916  KELOWNA RECORD  FabHaM .wry TsmsAay ��i Kskwna,  Britisk CemmW.  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editer and Proprietor  SUBSCRIFT1QN  RATES  II.RO    iht    veor;    7F>C.    six    months.  StaUs 60 rants additional.  United  Canadian Patriotic Fund  Summary for the l'rovince from September, 1914 to March 31, 1916  In a report just issued by the Provincial  branch of thuL'aDa'LianPatriotio  Fund, the following summary is given  of thu receipts and disbursements, up  to (.thu end of March.     There aro now  eighty     organized  branches  and fifty-  four    correspondents at work in    the  All .ubacriotioa. oBvabU Id ��.dvMM        (province    on this great work.     Most  8ub-cribe��   at   tha reBulur rata   can have ] of the work is dono voluntarily, and  "'""  "       expense    of    administration only  five-eighths of one per cent,  MAGIC  ��EAD THE |  LBAKiNGLABEL  Rum POWDER  uxtra  in.iH'Lu  mailed  to  (heads at a diutanc*  at HALF HATE. !.��.. 78 cent* per Year.  Thia  apacial  privilege    la   granted   lor    the  burputie ol ndvertiainir the ritv nnd district.  ADVEHTIS1NG BATES  LOD0E NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. I.S ceota Der column inch Der week.  LAND AND TIMBER NnTlCES-30 (lav*. |5l  60 dava |7.  WATBR NOTICES-ID (or live insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISING���Klnt inaertion. 12  centa per line; each aubaequent insertion. 8  cents  per  line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 centa  per word firat inaertion. 1 cent per word  rm'ti niiliseuuent inaertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two Inches  and under. oU cents per inch (ir.��t inaertion  over two inctiea 4U cents per inch lirnt inaertion: 20 cents per inch each aubaequent  inaertion.  All chmitiea in coutrtict advertisements must  Iw ia Die Imiiil-t ol the printer by Tueadav  evening t.i ensiirtj publication in tbe next  ���aaue.  the  reaches  992 cents of every dollar subscribed  thus finding it's way to those for  whom it was intended.  Receipts (by contributions)  Provincial pointB, inclusive  of Victoria   $398,471.58  Vancouver   243,660.14  $642,131.73  More News From the Local  Boys at tne Front  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "U PREPARED*  The following letter has been received   from   Jack McMillan, now at the  front, and gives  some interesting news  of    the   Fire   Brigade boys, some of {  whom huvu received wounds during the '  pust few weeks. |  rttelgiuin, May 2Uth. I  Dear Mother,���  1 suppose you will have heard by  thin time about Colin, but you don't  need to worry us he is alright, lie,  Charlie Kirkby and Gardiner weree at-  ing  their  supper  together  when Fritz  Troop First!  KELOWNA  TROOP  Self Lastl  Deficit   made up by central  fund ut Ottawa    45,783.98  $687,915.70  Disbursements  Provincial    points inclusive  of    Victoria  $346,346.15  Vancouver      341,569.55  started     shelling   their    billet   pretty  heavily. It seems that they heard the Club Room at 2.30. Route march  tho shell coming, and had just time to to the mouth ofMission Creek; eaoh  jump back from the table when it hit ^��ul to carry his haversack contain-  Jt went through four layers tog "grub" for his tea, and bathing  Colin had sll't* The Troop will leave the Club  marter to three, and   re-  " Daylight Saving," ao far as Kelowna is concerned, seems at the  moment of writing doomed to end  a brief existence of two weeks,  lhe vote which has been taken  during the week in the city office  will decide that  It is a curious fact that although  the vote  against   the   continuance coss ol receipts.  $687,951.70  March returns or disbursements from  Provincial points not being complete,  the total given, while approximate, is  very nearly the correct amount; the  Province, including Vancouver, showing   disbursements of $46,783.98 in ex-  QBDEKS UY COMMAND F0U WEEK  ENDING JUNK 24th, 1916.  Duties: Orderly l'Rtrol for tbe week,  Otters; next for duty, Curlews.  There will be no parade on Tuesday  the 20th of June, as a Court of Honor  lor Scout Masters and Patrol Leaders  will be held on that day at 7 p.m. as  'there are several important matters  to be decided in connection with the  approaching camp, etc.  On Saturday a full dress parade at  of the scheme shows at the present  moment a large majority, >el it is  difficult to find anyone who is  really   definitely   opposed   to   it.  W,hile Vancouver city has disbursed  $97,909.41 in excess of collections, Provincial points and Victoria city combined    have    returned $52,115.43 more  Even the worthy alderman who J than their disbursements. This am-  has aroused the ire of enthusiastic "it then really goes to assist the  " Daylight Savers" by his activity [Vancouver Branoh, which is as it  in beating up voters against the should be, because Vancouver, with a  scheme, has declared several time? population of barely one third that of  that if the system was general he the province, should not be expected  would be strongly in favor of it. j to bear the burden of more than one-  Only one or two real arguments half of tho amount required for thc  have been heard against the new ' dependants of tho Province ^vho hap-  scheme. The most frequently pen to reside in that city. This clear-  heard, perhaps, is that concerning ly shows the necessity for a national  the children, who it is claimed lose organization to deal with a purely  an   hour   from  their rest owing to ' national cause.  their inability to go to sleep in the I In March, 1916, thc Vancouver  daylight. There is a good deal in | branch paid allowances to 2,192 fam-  th.8, of course, though it is doubt- ilies wtih 3,298 children, at a total  less exaggerated somewhat. cost   of $45,142,23, or an average   of  The only other really definite regular monthly payments of $20.49  objection has to do with the far-! per dependent family, and there was  mors who claim that it is useless to ' also $235.45 paid for retroactive; alio w-  get up an hour earlier, as no work uncus. The dependants we*re made up  can be done until the dew is off j ,IS follows: 2,099 Canadian Overseas,  the grass.    If   we  were to assume | t Canadian Naval Volunteers, 68 Brit-  that all a farmer's work is done  amongst the grass, this, too, might  be allowed to stand as a legitimate  objection.  As before remarked, however,'  those who really oppose (he principle   of  the  scheme  on these or  ish Army Iteservists, 12 British Naval  Reservists, 5 French Reservists, 2 Belgian, 1 Italian and 1 Australian.  The Provincial branch disbursement  returns are only complete to February  29th, 1916, and during February the  branch,     including    Victoria, rendered  any other definite grounds are very'assistance to 1,766 families and 3,104  few in number. The great mass I children. The total disbursements  of objection arose from the fact;were over 838,000, and the average  that the change is only partial, and monthly allowance was $20.51; $,742  consequently causes confusion and being for retroactive and compassion-  inconvenience.     The   C.P.R. time, ate allowances.  for instance, remaining unchanged, | Dependents are a8 follows for the  causes an awdward situation in re- month of February: Canadian Over-  gard to the mail. Rarely is the mail j seaB i>o83; British Reservists, 32; Belg-  completely sorted when the six | an> 3. French, 16; Italian, 2; Canad-  o'clock whistle blows, and supper jan yaval Volunteers, 30.  calls the laborer home. This means | New Westminister is not included in  cither an irritating wait down abovC) which would add about 150  town or  another trip down after fomiKea   and  outside,  of bugle and got them all  his watch smashed all to pieces which  probably    savod   his life.     He had a  few pieces of shrapnel in him and Iris  hand was cut a, bit, but he was able to  walk around and help the other boys.  ll<; has gone to thc hospital but expects  to bo back s^ou, and have another go  at them, {j  Poor Charlie Kirkby didn't get oil  so light. He got cut around the head  some, and some pieces of shrapnel got  in his thigh, lie hud ten pieces altogether in him, but he isn't very bad  either. We carried him to the dressing staoion where he was lixed up, und  then sent totho hospital 1 guess he  will be there for some time.  Gardiner had his leg' cut, aail had to  be carried to the hospital, and 1 guess  he will be there for some time too.  Geo. Kennedy is not back yet, but we  expect him in a day or so. All the  other boys are line.  With love to all,  JACK.  Colin McMillan himself wrote a few  days ago a brief note in answer to  his mother's anxious enquiry, in which  he Buid: "The Germans got me that  time, alright, but only bad enough to  make (Jne real mad, and anxious to get  back at thorn again."   O  An interesting fact has just .come to  light as to the (ierman Admiralty's  intentions in connection with the big  naval battle of May 31. A largd number of very. fast commerce destroyers  wore convoyed by the German fleet on  the night preceding the battle, the  intention being to evade! the British  Grand Fleet during the fighting, which  was probably not intended to amount  to a general engagement.  The Germans wished to give the  the commerce raiders an opportunity  to repeat the exploits of the Emden  and Moewe. In this there is every  reason to believe they failed utterly  and that few, if any, of the ships  destined for that purpose escaped  destruction.  Room at  turn about 6.30 p.m.  There will be no parades during the  week following the 24th,on nccount of  school closing and esaminations, so w��  trust there will be a full turn out for  this parade.  Patrol Leaders are to report at the  Court of Honour definitely as to   the .  number of Scouts in their patrolB who '  are  ard City," and now Mr. Mantle has  offered to run his launoh daily to  camp,from town for the full ten days,  and also to help us get there. We  appreciate these kind offers of assistance very much indeed.  Scout Masters and Patrol Leaders  will cycle and ride down to Cedar  Creek on Sunday afternoon next, the  18th nisi, for the purpose of looking  over the proposed ,camp site at Cedar  Creek. They will take their haversacks and tea with them and return  about  6.30 p.m.  Every Scout who proposes to attend  camp must see that hjs uniform and  equipment are complete at as early a  date us possible, because if you put  anything off to tho Inst minute you  are almost certain to be disappointed.  We have had so many enquiries as  to the amount realized by us for our  concert that we give a statement here  of our proceeds and disbursements  showing net profits to date of writing  amounting to $139.45. There are still  some returns to come in which wo believe will raise our profits to about  $165.00/ This will be about $75.00  more than we made last year, with  the expenses slightly higher.  Receipts  Total receipts to date from ad-  Summer  Drinks  mission  tickets  at   door and sale of  3217.50  supper, neither of wliiclr are calcu  ! rtetl to influence the sufferer in  Javor of the new time.  Then there   is a  feeling abroad  over $3,000 in amount  paid out. lb      tm  At the end of March there were well  over    4,100 families and 7000 children  .... .   .       receiving    assistance   in this Province  that the general public  are  being fmm the Patriotic Fun(1.  coerced into this thing, and the | It is estimated that over $10,000,000  outspoken ones declare that they h,u,. ,lcon ,ubMrAedh Canada for the  object to change their clock bp (.  Order of the Board of Trade." That  latter unfortunate phrase, placed  most likely by accident and not by  current    year.      (If   this amount, the  cities of   Montreal and Toronto   have  | contributed ubout $6,000,000, which is  .,       j  a   magnificent showing.    British Col-  design  on announcements (issued nmWa   has   Hubscribed over $50,000;  by the way, from the Merchants'  Association and not the Board of  Trade), has caused not a little irri-1  la8'1,.h?re,are1.*0m?J,y'demonstrates the loyalty and patriot-  et little feelings like'  tation. And,  people who  that govern their actions instead of  sober judgment.  There is no doubt the scheme  was launched prematurely and  without giving people sufficient  chance to , turn the thing over in  their minds.  The matter was recommended  to the Board of Trade in a letter,  and a comparatively small meeting  favored the scheme sufficiently to  decide to appoint a committee to  wait on the council to ask their  consideration. In the meantime  the Merchants' Association passed  a resolution favoring the proposal.  A few enthusiastic optimists (or  optimistic enthusiasts, whichever  you .like), jumped to the conclusion  that the farming community and  citizens.generally were solidly in  Uvor, and so the city council was  given to understand. Therefore,  without much discussion, they gave  instructions to-change the time of  the whistle at the power house.  Thus a scheme which undoubtedly has many advantages, and  which by more careful handling and  thorough propaganda might eaailv  nmny^pointe, as \yll ho seen, load Canada on a per capita basis, several running from $10 to 822.50.    All of whioh  sm of the country.  have won the support of an overwhelming majority has been killed  by the very ease with which it was  put through.  The general summing up of most  people seems to be that if the  government, either of the Province  or of the Dominion, would adopt  Daylight Saving legislation that  would embrace everyone, they  would willingly vote for it.  Expenditure  Kent of Opera    House  $ 25.00  Rope    for bridge building   0.10  Max .Jenkins & Co., hauling of  piano to and from club room 5.00  going to attend camp.     The camp fosters and programmes   10.75  will be held at Cedar Creek, although Tickets   4.25  the site has not vet been definitely de-   Advertising  .-. 4.50  cided    upon    as vet, from from either ;?��P and outside assistance   1.95  the    5th or 6th of Julv to Saturday, Complimentary photos to ladies  the 15th of July, and a charge of $2  a head will be made to each officer  and Scout attending camp, for the ten  days. We trust that all parents  employers will give the scouts every  assistance towards attending the camp  this year, as it is the chief scouting  event of tho year, and we hope to  make the camp "this year a success  from every point of view. Our prob-  ems arc being settled in a very happy  manner for us. Mr. Lloyd .lones last  week kindly offered to take us to thc  site and bring us back, in the "Orch-  ussisting  "with concert       2.50  Total   $ 60.05  ad [Net proceeds to date  Balance   or profit  8217.60  $157.45  IN THE COUNTY OOURT of YALE,  holden at Vernon.  IN THE MATTER of the Estate of  James Meikle Ritchie, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all creditors and others having claims  against the estate of 1me said .lames  Meikle Ritchie, deceased, are required,  on or before thc 16th day of July,  1916, to send by post, or deliver to  Catherine Nielson Ritchie, of Glenmore,  Kelowna, B. C, Administratrix of the  estate, their full names, addresses and  descriptions, with full particulars of  their claims, statement of their ac  counts, and tho nature of the securities, if any, held by them. AND  FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that sHtft  such above mentioned date, the said  Administratrix will i proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among  tho parties entitled thereto, having  regard only to the claims of whioh  she shall then have notice, and that  sho will not be liable (or tho said  assetB or any part thereof to any person or persons of whose claims notice  shall not have been received by her atf  the time of such distribution.  Dated at Kelowna, B. C, this 15th  day of June, 1916.  CATHERINE NEI7.S0X RITCHIE  Administratrix for the ssdd Estate. |   N. B. ���Unauthorized publication of  30-34 this advertisement will not be paid for.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  C0al miniag rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applicant,  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory, the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unaurvey  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be1 staked out by the applica��t  himself.  Each application must be acoom  panied by a fee of $5 which will be  refunded if the right applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accQunting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh  returns shall be furnished at leant onoe  a year.  The lease will include the ooal mining rights only, but the lessee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at thc rat0 of $>0 an aOre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to thc Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C,  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willit'a Blocti   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  receive pupils as before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  P. W. GROVES  M. Con. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Work.  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA, B.C.  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  ' ENTIST  P. 0. Box Ke Prions 06  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  You will enjoy the refreshing  influence of our Grape Juice  and Lime Juice���  Welch's Grape Juice  Pints 35c;   Quarts 65c  Montterrat Lime Juice  Pints 50c ;   Quarts 85c  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��. BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  BENGOUGH IS COMING!  (Under the auspices of the People's Prohibition Movement)  The celebrated Cartoonist will Entertain at the Opera House on  Thursday, June 22nd, at 8 p.m.  Admission���Adults: Reserved seats 50c; Rush seats 25c.   High and Public School Pupils: Reserved 25c j Rush 10c  NEW  MADE  Furniture  REPAIRED OLD  Have  your Furniture made to  your own design.   Call and  talk it over  Awnings, Screen Doors  and Windows  I am making a Screen Door that will  neither sag or warp, and is made to  last, priced at $1.90 up.  1 have a few doora of a cheaper line  equal to the best factory doors, at from  $1.50 up.  Manufacturer of Sash Doors, Furniture  Fruit Ladders, Arc.  REPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  One door south of Firenall.   Phone 312  We Buy Chickens;  and Ducks  BEST PRICES PAID  The City Park Restaurant!  Abbott Street     -    Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnisher! for all classes  of work  JAPAN RICE  6c per 4b. (the superior quality)  RICE BRAN  IJc  per lb. (an economical food for  the chickens)  The J&p&nese Store  Lton Ave., Kelowna  NOTICE  Clydesdale Stallion  'ACME KING'  will stand (or service each  Thursday, Friday, and until  Saturday Noon, at  Leslie Dilworth's  Vernon Road  Terms: $20, to insure  J. BOWES  Owner  _�����_^ THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 1916  KELOWNA   RECOIB  PAOETHBKJS  Occidental Fruit Co., Limited  Fruit and Vegetable Shippers  Consult this Company regarding your 1916 crop of Fruits and  Vegetables. Our selling agencies are the most economical and  reliable. WE ARE CASH BUYERS  No. 1 Feed Oats, $1.70 per 100.   Ton lots $32.����.  No  I Wheat, $1.75 per 100.   Ton lots $34.����.  No. I Flour, $3 per 98 lbs.  Ensure the Quality of Your Preserves  By Buying Your Berries Direct  From the Grower v  I am offering to supply the following if booked before lhe 5th  of June, for cash on delivery���  Strawberries, in 5-lb. boxes 10c per lb.  Raspberries, per crate (crate to be returned) .*....$2  Black Currants  10c per lb.  Delivery in town at door within a few   hours of  being picked,  as soon as preserving season  starts.    Berries can also be supplied earlier in the season at market prices  L. E. TAYLOR     - -      Bankhead  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.     Delivery prompt.     Satisfaction guaranteed,  Kelow.a Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES . - - Managing-Director  Wanted  Buggies, Democrats  Single Work Wagons, Double Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer  Mrs. Mabee from the west side  is lhe guest of Mrs. J. B. Knowles.  The Baptist Sunday School picnic has been fixed for July 1st.  Mr, J, Levitt was a passenger to  Vernon Wednesday.  Dr. llsley, government veterinary  surgeon, is in town this week.  Pte. F. Davis left Monday morning for Sicamous, where he is  stationed.  Revelstoke has the promise of  $3,470 of the needed $4,000 to  start its new creamery.  Pte. "Bill" Halliday, of the  R.M.R.'a is in town on furlough  this week.  Mr. Jack Smith   is   leaving this  week-end for the coast where he  i ntends enlisting in the 231st.  Mr. B. Budden went up to Vernon Wednesday, where he will be  placed on the strength of C company, of the 172.  Pte. Andrew Berrard ofthe I 72d  came in last week-end on leave,  having just recovered from an attack of the measles.  Up to the present there have  been upwards of sixty applications  for the vacancies on the school  staff, and they are still coming in.  The pastor of the Methodist  church will take as his subject next  Sunday morning " Church Union "  and in the evening there will be a  Memorial Service for Lord Kitchener.  The monthly meetings of the  Country Girls' Hospital Aid Soc.  are postponed during the summer  months but will be resumed on the  second Saturday in September at  an address to be announced later.  A dance is to be given by the  Fire Brigade on Monday, June 19,  in the Aquatic Pavilion, at which  all friends of the boys will be welcome. A charge is to be made of  50c per couple and 25c for each  additional lady.  The annual strawberry and ice  cream social of the Young People's  Tennis Club will be held on Monday, June 19th, on Rev. J. C. Switzer's lawn. A good programme  is being arranged and everybody  is welcome.  An auction sale of household  effects is to be held on Tuesday,  June 27th at the residence of Mrs.  Capt. Knight, Glenn Avenue, who  is leaving shortly for the coast. As  will be seen by the list in the present issue, there is a large quantity of high-class furniture to be  disposed of.  Kelowna is to be honored this  month with a visit from Mr. W. S. R.  Murch, of Kingston, Ont., Grand  First Principal of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Canada, who is at present on a tour of  the western provinces. Mr. Murch  will arrive from Penticton by boat  on Wednesday, the 28th, leaving  the following morning for Sicamous  Charming Sample Waists to  Sell at $275  NEW and smart Waists made of Muslin,  Organdie, Voile and Silk, are being  offered this week at a great reduction in  price. An opportunity to buy a dainty Waist  at a reasonable figure and one that will give  satisfaction. Many styles are here. Waists  usually sold up to $4.95, this week -   $2.75  Special Display of Summer Wash Goods  Numerous designs in Ginghams, Crepes, Muslins, Romper Cloths and Voiles at interesting  prices. Gingham from I2\c. Crepes from 15c per yard.  jf/  L-c^i^T  LIWTEO.  Phone 361  Kelo  wna  Mr. F. R. E. DeHart went down  to the coast Saturday on a visit.  Mrs. J. N. Can.eron left Saturday  for a trip east.  Mrs. T. Carney was a passenger  for Ottawa Monday on a short  visit.   "  Capt. (Dr.) Campbell went up to  Vernon yesterday to join his regiment after a stay in town,  Mrs. Anderson, sr., who has been  visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs.  Gu8. Anderson, left Monday or  her home in Summerland.  Mrs. Johnston, of Penticton, passed through Kelowna Saturday on  her way to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Thomas  and family were passengers to the  coast Monday.  Pte. and Mrs E. England were  passengers to Vernon Saturday.  Mrs. England will reside there for  the summer,  Mr. Purdie, who was the guest  of Mr. W. E. Mitchell for a few  days last week, returned to the  coast Saturday.    *  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harriss  registered in Kelowna Monday  night returning by car to Penticton  Tuesday morning from their honeymoon trip.  Pte. Harry Webb, an old Kel-  owna boy, who enlisted in The  Duke of Connaught's Own (now  at Vernon), was in town Tuesday  renewing old acquaintances.  Mrs. Childer's sister, Mrs. Verety,  of Salmon Arm, is staying with her  at Bear Creek. We regret to learn  of Mr. Childer's recent accident  and trust to see him out and a-  round at an early date.  Some improvements are being  made this week to the wharf warehouse of the Kelowna Growers'  Exchange. The front is being renovated and new windows put in,  and the appearance of the building  generally improved.  Claude Newby, E. Bailey, August  Casorso, S. Wade and Harman  man Willits, after a few days' leave  spent in town, left Tuesday morning for the coast. They have lately ttansferred from the B. C. Horse  at Vernon, to the 68tb Canadian  Artillery which will train at the  coast.  Messrs. L. V. Rogers and A. W.  Hamilton left Tuesday morning to  attend the annual session of the  Grand Lodge of the Independent  Order of Oddfellows held in Vancouver this week. The former is  Grand Chaplin while the latter is  the special representative of Orchard City Lodge.  The Women's Auxiliary of St.  Michael's church, assisted by the  Junior Branch, propose holding the  first strawberry and ice cream  social of the season on Saturday  afternoon, June 24th, in Mr. Hol-  man's field on Burne Avenue, A  large crowd is hoped for. Come  early and bring your friends.  The annual meeting of the  W.C.T.U. was held on Thursday  afternoon at the home of Mrs.  Glenn when the following officers  were elected for the coming year:  Hon. President, Mrs. J. Harvey, sr.;  President: Mrs. H. H. Millie ; Vice-  President, Mrs. H. W. Swerdfager;  Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. C. A.  Wilson ; Recording Secretary ..Mrs.  L. V. Rogers; Treasurer, Mrs. J.  Symonds.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 yeara* experience in the Auctioneering  busineM, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implements and Household Furniture ; and thia experience ia  at your disposal, It meant  better results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should see or  write to  G. Ha KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195,  Kelowna. B.C.  Rssidance at  GLENMORE  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by using nickeiled steel in  WClar/s  Kootenay  materials. See the McClary dealer. ���  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  McCormick and Deering  Machines give Satisfaction  McCormick Mowers, 4J - 5-ft. cut  Deering Mowers, 4J - 5-ft. cut  One Horse Mowers, 3J-ft. cut  McCormick Rakes, 8-9-10-ft. cut  Deering Rakes. 8 - 9 -  10-ft. cut  Hay Tedders, 6 - 8-ft. fork  Knife Grinders  Machine Oil  We have the goods in stock  and can make immediate delivery  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Printed Butter Wrappers  According to the regulations recently inaugurated  in connection with Dairy Buttar it is now compulsory  to have Printed Butter Wrappers showing that the  butter offered for sale is Dairy Butter and by whom  it is made. Call at the Record Office for samples  _and prices.   We print with a Special Ink.  THE LAKEVIEW HOTEL  UNDER NEW FIRST CLASS MANAGEMENT  REASONABLE RATES TO BOARDERS  Mra. E. J. NEWSON ' .. .. ',��� Propristrea.  �����  ���ih. ������ PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JUNE 16tfc, 1916  1 WANTED!) Auction  FOR  SALE  FOB SALE.-The prettiest home iti  Kelowna will be sold very ohtap and  on easy terms. Apply Box "E" He-  cord. 26tt  FOR SALE���If you want to start in the  stock businesi. here is your chance -60  acres meadow land, close in, and 160  acrei range where there is unlimited  paiture, A miles apart. Any reasonable  jffer considered. Apply Box A, Record  Office. 27-0  FOR SALE, Piano and Rowing Boat. Ap.  ply P.-o. box 257. 29tf  TO KENT  COTTAGE TO RENT on Abbott Street  facing lake. Commodious, three bedrooms.    Apply Mantle & Wilson.     25tf  TO REN T-The Carth, lurnished or unfurnished. Eight rooms and bathroom.  Apply P.-o. box 257. 29tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WOMAN WANTED   ONE-HALF   DAY  a week for washing.    Apply   Record  Office. x  GIRL WAN TED, to assist with housework  and care of children. Apply T, Record  Office. 27tf  JANITOR WANTED, for Kelowna Hospital, duties to commence June 21st, Apply,  stating particulars and salary required,  to   the  Hospital   Secretary,    Kelowna.  28-0  SITUATIONS WANTED  Being instructed by Mrs. T. H.  ALLAN, I will sell at her resicf  ence, 537, Bernard Avenue, on  SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, the  following household goods:  Mission China Cabinet (nearly new), set  ot oak Dining Chairs, oak Dining TabU  Gramophone and 35 records, 3 small Tables, Rocking Chairs, Singer Sewing Machine (7 drawers, nearly new), square  Brussells Carpet, a large bevelled glass  Dresser and Stand to match, 3 Bedroom  Sets, Wash Stand, Double Iron Bed, 2  i Iron Beds, 2 Single Iron Beds, Mattresses  and Springs, large Wardrobe, 5 Bedroom  Linoleums, Kitchen Linoleum, 4 Toilet  Sets, Stair Linoleum, Trunks, Lamps, 2  pair Feather Pillows, Window Shades  Arch Curtain Pole, oak Kitchen Cabinet'  Kootenay Kitchen Range, Gasoline Stove,  2 Heaters, Coal oil Cook Stove, Carpet  Sweeper, Curtains and Poles, Sealers and  Jars, 5-gal. Butter Crock, Clothes Wringer,  Wash Tubs and Boards, Crockery and  Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, Garden Hoes1  5-foot Step Ladder, Meat Grinder, Carving  Set, Cross-cut Saw and a lot of sundries,  Everything must be sold as the family  are leaving town.   Sale at 1.30 p.m.  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  WANTED, garden or other work. Sev.  era! day, weekly in town. Apply box  M, Record Office. i  MISCELLANEOUS  FOR HIRE. -LARGE KOOMY, FIVE  passenger automobile at current rate.  Apply H. B. Burtch, 'phono 180.  22tf.  WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 aore  of land in Saskatchewan. Property  fenced, running water, good transportation, part plowed, fair build  ings, for small fruit farm. What of  fers.    Apply Box 254 Kelowna,    4otl  FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE.-BUILD-  ing lot situated in the most desir  able residential section of Point  Gre), Vancouver. Will sell cheap  for cash, or exchange for stock or  farm property ia Kelowna. Apply  P.O. Box 448, Kelowna. x  FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.-160  acres at South Okanagan. Have a  clear title, free from all encumbrance,  taxes paid up. Would sell cheap for  cash or exchange for cattle. Apply  P. 0. Box 251. 1-tf.  TO LET.���10 acres orchard, 10 yearB  old, in good Condition with houso,  roothouse, abd outbuildings. Also 5-  roomed house to rent on Pendozi St.  with stable. Apply H. H. Millie,  uovernment telegraph office.       19tf.  Ladies   Wishing   to   Order  SP1RELLA   CORSETS  can meet  MRS. J. H. OAVIES  in Room No. 1. Oak Hall Mock, be-  tween the hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  on Saturday    of each week, or    another day by appointment. 7tf  Auction  at the residence of Mrs. KNIGHT  Glenn Avenue, on TUESDAY,  JUNE 27th, at 2 p.m., when the  following will be sold :���  Parlor Velvet Rug, 15 x 15, Quartered oak  Bookcase, 2 Parlor Chairs, Oval oak Centre Table, small oak Table, Quartered oak  Leather Couch, Quartered oak Library  Table, Large Mirror, Music Cabinet, Library Carpet Square, 12 x 16, Library Table  Lamp, Quartered oak Extension Table, 4  x 12, Quarter cut oak Buffet, china cabinet attached, Set oak Dining Chairs, leather  covered, Set oak and leather Library  Chairs (very fine), Set Turkish Dining  Room Rugs, Mars Heater, Hall and Dining  room Linoleum, Hall Rack and Mirror,  Birdseye Maple Dresser and Wash Stand  4 iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses complete. Large mahogany Dresser and Mirror  (old), cherry Side Table, 2 Bedroom Rugs,  small Box Stove and Pipes, Lot of Curtains, Lot of Silverware and Chinaware,  Lot of Glasses, Kitchenware, Sealers, Jelly  Glasses, Kitchen Table and Chairs, Rock'  ing and Easy Chairs, 6-holed Kitchen  range, Tent, 12 x 14, Wash Tub, 8-day  Clock, and many other articles.  Goods on view any day prior to Sale.  Rutland News  TERMS CASH  J. C. STOCKWELL -   Auctioneer  NOTICE  Having fenced my range property between Mill Creek and Scotty Creek, owners  of stock are warned not in interfere with  the fences or to allow stock to trespass.  Shooting is strictly prohibited. Any person wishing to ride the range should apply to the ranch buildings and avoid prosecution for trespass. 28-1  T. BULMAN  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, order  the  BEST;  the cost  is just the same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  A Photograph of  Yourself or oj the  Children would be  a pleasant surprise  for the old folk  Your friends can buy anything  you can give them-except your  photograph  McEWAN  'Professional "Photographer  Studio RowclifTe Block, next door  to Pott Office  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by  up-to-date   machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  ' When using x  WILSONS   Is  FLY PADS  te*   READ   DIRECTIONS  ^      CAREFULLY AND  Ofej  ^    FOLLOW THEM/  '      sffl    EXACTLY/  Far more effective than 8ticky Fly  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  Druggists and Grocers everywhere.  (From our own Corroinondont.)  Haying has already started in  Rutland, some very fair crops of  alfalfa having been cut.  Private Geo. Munford who has  been on leave for the past week  returned Monday to Kamloops.  The Epworth League meets next  Monday when Mr. J. W.Jones will  give an address on the patriotic  aspect of the present war.  A party of young people held a  picnic up Black Mountain last Saturday, lunching at Munson's shack  and going on to the top' of the hill.  It proved a very enjoyable outing.  Mr. I. E. Clever happened an  accident last week which threatened to have rather serious consequences. He was out fishing at  Mission Creek when he slipped  over some stones and fell, cutting  his shin badly. The worst trouble  came, however.when blood poisoning set in, and he has been under  the doctor's care ever since. He  is getting along all right now according to reports.  The Rev. Gordon Tanner is  leaving this week for Rossland  where he is now to be stationed.  Last week the iadies of the Methodist church took affectionate farewell of Mrs. Tanner and presented  her with a parting gift of $10 in  gold as a token of their appreciation. Last Thursday an evening  parly was held in honor of Master  Dallas Tanner.  At the meeting of the Rutland  Women's Institute last Thursday,  a demonstration of " tireless cooking " was given by Mrs. C. H. Bond  which proved very interesting and  nslructive. At this meeting, too.  the results of the essay contest  which has been in progress some  time was announced. The subject  dealt with was "The Present War,"  the first prize going to Miss Amy  Fleming and the second to Miss  Abbie Wilson. The Rev. D. Lister  acted as judge.  In consequence of the visit to  Kelowna of Mr. Bengough, the  prohibition cartoonist, on Thursday the 22nd, the strawberry social  that was to have been held at the  Rutland Presbyterian church on  that date has been postponed to  the 29th. The Rutland strawberry  socials are popular wilh the Kelowna people and it was feared the  attendance at the social might suffer as a result of the visit of the  famous cartoonist on the same  evening to Kelowna. The social  will commence in the afternoon  and continue until dark. All come.  Westbank News  (from our own ComiDoodaDi.1  Scott Blackwood was a visitor to  Kelowna Tuesday.  J. Campbell and his son Russell  were visitors to Kelowna Saturday,  crossing by the ferry.  Mrs. J. Dobbin and Miss Sinclair  were among the Westbankers who  visited Kelowna Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs, of Penticton  spent a few days here last week  visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Basham  Mr. Bughman, of Penticton, has  been in Westbank for several days  seeing to the irrigation of his fruit  ranch.  Mr. and Mrs. Davidson and Mr.  and Mrs. Hays, of Peachland, were  in Westbank Sunday, the guests of  Mr. and Mrs. S. Blackwood.  Dr. Buchanan, of Peachland,  who is the medical examiner for  the school* in this district, paid a  visit to the Westbank school on  Monday.  Mr. Turnbull, a former resident,  who recently moved to Kelowna,  is spending a few days here with  friends.  Mr. Chesbri, of Kelowna, who  has charge of the Government  spraying operations in the district,  was here last week preparing for  the second spraying which will  commence within a few days.  Benvoulin Notes  (From oar an CotraiDondaat.l  A strawberry and ice cream  social >vill be held at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Day, on Tuesday, June 20th, at 8 p.m, under  the auspices of the Benvoulin  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society.  Strawberries, ice cream, tea, cake,  candies, tke, will be on sale. All  welcome.  EAST   KELOWNA POUND DISTRICT  Government House,  Viotoria, 30th May, 1916  Prcsont; His Honour, the Lieutenant-  Governor in Counoil.  Whereas by an Aot respecting pound  districts it is enacted that the Lieutenant-Governor in Counoil may by  Order-in-Council made public in the  British Columbia Gazette, constitute  Jny part of the Province of British  Columbia not within the limits of a  municipirlity into a pound district:  And whereas under the provisions ot  this Act application has been made to  constitute the following portion of  Township 26, of Osoyoos Division of  Pale District, viz., the west half ot  Section 11, Seotion 10, east half of  (Section fl, east half ol Section 16, that  Jart of Sertion 15, lying south of  Mission Creek, and that part ofSec-  ion 14, lying west of Mission Creek,  It pound distriot: �� '  And whereas notice of intention to  constitute such distriot a pound district was given in accordance with the  requirements of the Act, and following  such notice objection was made by  certain proprietors within the pfopos-  d pound pistrict:  And whereas a further notice was  published requiring a majority of the  roprietors within the proposed pound  Ithstrict to forward a petition request-  fcg that the proposed pound district  he constituted:  And' whereas in response to the latter notice, forty-seven (47) persons of  the total number of sixty-seven (67)  persons qualified to sign the petition  llave signified their approval of the  application:  And whereas the Act provides that if  he petition of the majority of the  proprietors be forwarded to the Hon.  The Minister of Finance and Agriculture, then in such case thc proposed  pound district may be constituted:  On the recomendation of the,Hon.  'he Minister of Finance and Agriculture, and under the provisions of the  'Pound District Act."  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor  of British Columbia, by and with the  advice of his Executive Council, has  been pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the above district  East Kelowna) be constituted a  pound district.  THOMAS TAYLOR,  Clerk: Executive Council.  30-34  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  hoi do ii at Vernon.  In the matter of tha Estate oi  Thomas Melville, Junior, Deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all creditors and others having olaims  against the estate of the said Thomas  Melville, deceased, are required on or  before the 2nd day of July, 1916, to  send by post or deliver to George  Archibald Melville, ot Glenmore, Kelowna, B.C., Administrator of the  estate, their full names, addresses, and  descriptions, with full particulars of  their olaims, statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after suoh  above-mentioned date, the said Administrator will prooeed to distribute  the estate of the deceased among the  persons entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of whioh he shall  then have notice, and that he will not  be liable for the said assets or any  part thereof to any person or persons  of whose claims notice shall not have  been received by him at the time of  such distribution.  DATED at Kelowna, B.C., this 1st  day of June, 1916.  GEORGE ARCHIBALD MELVILLE,  Administrator of the said Estate.  27-31  KELOWM-WEST BANK |  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows:  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���   Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE OKI  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  Leaces Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaoes Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone 108 or Phone 100  Tho government is taking an inventory of all the foodstuffs in the United  Kingdom. Farmers are receiving a  request for a report to the Board of  Agriculture on their stooks of wheat,  corn nnd barley, the extent of their  growing crops, and the amount of  their live stock. No farmer is to be  permitted to sell hay or straw except  at army rates, which are considerably  lower than private dealers are offering.  Chocolates of Quality  For Social  Occasions  the wise hostess knows  there is nothing that  can take the place of  Ganotig's Chocolates  for afternoon teas and  all social functions.  Our stock of Ganong's  is always fresh and  gives a splendid variety  to choose from.  We have them-  Ga  noiig s  the finest in the land  We have just received  a fresh shipment of these  chocolates. Here they  are���  Fancy -i-lb. Boxes  Fancy 1-lb. Boxes  and a nice assortment  to choose from in bulk.  Watch our windows  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Phone 214  Our motto: " Quality and Service "  Something Worthy Remembering  The Record goes into [practically every home in Kelowna  and district. If vou wish to sell something, insert a Liner  Ad. in the " Wanted " Column. The chances are a hundred  to one if there is any demand you will get into contact  with a perspective customer. If there is no demand, nothing  will sell your article.    We haoe Ihe eye of the public.  .is net g nun nu itiyht  Though a Little Behind Schedule  Brighten your home to conform to external conditions  You will require:  New Wallpaper  New Linoleum  New Draperies  New Rugs  WE HAVE THEM  The quality, the variety and our prices will please you  Kelowna Furniture Company  You Can Knot This        '  Garden Hose  But You Can't Kink It!  Weather, wear and water soon disintegrate cheaply  constructed hose. But Goodyear experts now give the  world a crowning triumph that defies all those destructive forces. The cover and lining are made of an extra tough compound that-will not "bake" or crumble.  The plies are made so they will not separate. So this  hose stands high pressures.  Goodyear Nero  This is the hose that cannot  kinkand so won't springaleak.  Large users pronounce ityears  aheadofcommonhose. That's  why we selected it after close  comparison. It comes with  either smooth or corrugated  cover. In any length up to  SOO feet.  Let us give you our low pricei  hose. It ends all old-time griefs  Goodyear Reliable  By actual test the most durable wrapped-fabric construction. The reason is this: The  fabric is stitched together at  thc edges, not just stuck. And  this hose Is mad* by the same  expert men and methods as  Nero Hose. Comes in 50-foot  lengths.  i���Jet us show you this new-day  saves temper, lima and money.  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  l\


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