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Array NSJlBSMsli  ^oSe��wOw��*\  Qfjass*vti&&}  Xidtttom ftttfivb  ���**  VOL. IX.   NO. 50. '  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1917.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Antrum  Aquatic Association  Gets Grant From City  Underwriters Complain of Fire  Hazard in Packing District  Representing the Kelowna Aquatic Association a delegation consisting of the president, Mr. W.  Crawford and the secretary, Mr.  H. G. M. Wilson, waited upon the  council at Monday morning's meeting in respect to the financial  needs of that institution. In referring to the difficulty of carrying  on under the present abnormal  conditions a balance sheet was  submitted showing that there had  been a deficit on rhe present year's  operations. In order to assist in  keeping the Association going the  council was asked to make a grant  of $150.  There was some discussion on  the subject, and finally the council  decided to make a grant equal to  the amount of the city's monthly  rates, namely $111.46.  The feeling was also expressed  that as the council was being requested year after year to furnish  assistance, the premises of the Association should be made more  accessible to the general public.  Tha secretary of the Mainland  Fire Underwriters' Association of  British Columbia wrote advising  that their inspector had reported  the existence of a serious conflagration hazard in the warehouse  and fruit packing district of the  city, and suggested that the four  inch main running from the power  house north along Water Street  to Haynes Avenue be replaced  with six inch, and that a four-inch  main be laid on Haynes Avenue  connecting with the four-inch pipe  on Water Street and the four-inch  pipe on Ellis Street.  The council decided to make  the proposed changes if there waa  sufficient pipe on hind for the  purpose, but failing that to place a  new hydrant at the intersection of  Ellis Street and Haynea Avenue.  In connection with the death of  Aid. H. H. Millie, the council passed a resolution expressing their  appreciation of the valuable services rendered to the city by him  during his term of office, especially  for the interest he took in the  affairs of the Kelowna Fire Brigade. The council expressed their  sincere sympathy with the family  of the late alderman in their be  reavement.  The death of Aid. Millie necessarily left a vacancy in the ranks of  the council but it was decided that  the matter of electing a successor  be left in obeyance for the pre.  sent.  A letter from the Board of Trade  asking the council to have the  sidewalk near the CP.R. wharf  attended to was handed to the  Public Works Committee.  Must Not Send Packages  of Sugar to England  Friends and relatives of soldiers  who have been in the habit of  ���ending small packages of sugar to  England and France will be disappointed to learn that this practice  must now be discontinued, according to an order left by postmasters.  It reads as follows:  "From the latest information  received from the British postoffice  it is understood that the royal commission on sugar, which is the  licensing authority, are now refusing to entertain applications for  licenses in respect of small packages of sugar imported by or addressed to private pe'aons in the  United Kingdom. In the absence  of licenses authorizing importation,  packages received by post are  seized by the customs. In view of  this you are instructed to forward  no parcels of sugar for which license has not been granted."  Somebody is wanted is Toronto  on account of a big fire there,  Candles mounted on a wooden  base, piled around with shavings,  set in different floors and empty  coal oil cons, indicated incendiary  origin.   The damage is placed at  420.000,  Hon. Martin Burrill  Will Stand Unopposed  Joint Convention of Parties  Held at Penticton Wednesday  The forthcoming Dominion election, which, though it is for the  purpose of choosing a Union government, seems likely to greatly  disturb the political surface in  manv parts of Canada, may pass  off in this riding with the merest  ripple. According to the nominating conventions which took place  at Penticton last night there is to  be only one candidate in the field  and that the Hon. Martin Burrell.  It is not, of course, in any way  surprising that Mr. Burrell, who has  represented the constituency so  long and faithfully, and has achieved such distinction in the conntry's  service, should be the unanimous  choice of the Conservative delegates, especially since his choice  by Sir Robert Borden for the new  Union cabinet. It was plain, too,  that his candidature found favor  with a considerable section ot the  Liberal delegates, who were willing  to put aside party (or the time  being. Certain of the more aggressive Liberals were for putting  up a fight, several names being  suggested as likely candidates.  This lack of unanimity amongst  the Liberal delegates lengthened  out the session somewhat, so that  it was near four a.m. before committees from both camps in consultation came to the understanding that Mr. Burrell should not be  opposed.  The conventions of the two parties were held simultaneously at  Penticton last night mainly upon  the suggestion of the Liberal Association which earlier in the month  had decided to lay before the  Conservatives a plan to (hold a  joint convention and if possible to  select a "Win-the-war" candidate  who would be acceptable to both  parties thus avoiding a contest.  DISTRICT ORGANIZA TIONS  FORMED  On arrival of the delegates from  the north, which owing to the lateness of the boat happened about  9 p.m., the first business to be attended to was the organization of  a Conservative Association for the  Yale division. This was rendered  necessary by the recent redistribution of constituencies which had  subdivided the old Yale-Cariboo  riding, the Yale-Cariboo Association thus becoming obsolete. The  Liberal party had completed their  reorganization some months ago,  but as this was also their annual  meeting they went through the  ceremony of election of officers.  The two meetings were held in  different rooms in the Incola Aotel  which had been placed at the disposal of the visitors.  So far as the Conservatives were  concerned there were some eighty  delegates present, carrying in addition an equal number of proxies  and representing every section of  the riding, which embraces the  five provincial divisions of Grand  Forks, Greenwood, Similkameen,  North and South Okanagan. Mr.  J. W. Jones, M.L.A., presided, and  plans were speedily laid down for  the formation of the new organization. The election of officers resulted as follows: Hon. Pres., Sir  R. L. Borden; President, J. A. Mo  Kelvie, Vernon; Vice-presidents,  H. L. McKenzie, Grand Forks;  Robt. Lee, Greenwood ; Dr. R. B.  White, Similkameen; R. F. Morrison, South 'Okanagan, and A. L.  Cochrane, North Okanagan. The  secretary was Mayor S. A. Shat-  ford, of Vernon, and treasurer,  E. C. Weddell, Kelowna, with an  executive consisting of R. G. Gardner, J. R. Jackson, W. E. Haskins,  E. R. Simpson and F. Hassard.  As soon as this reorganization  was complete, the Conservative  meeting proceeded to the consideration of the real business of the  convention. Confidence was first  expressed in Premier Borden, who  was congratulated upon the success which had attended his efforts  "in the formation of a union government for the purpose of vigorously prosecuting the war to a successful conclusion, and of keeping  our brave soldiers overseas constantly _ supplied with reinforcements." This object, they believed  could only be attained by the strict,  Why Canada Needs  More Money  JJP to date the war "has cost Canada about $700,000,000.  Canada has spent in Canada over $400,000,000 on her own account  Canada has spent in Canada on behalf of Great Britain over $300,000,000.  , What Canada spends for Great Britain is really loaned to Great Britain  and will be repaid or credited to Canada later on.  Great Britain needs so much ready  cash to finance her own expenditures at  home for herself and for our Allies that she  must buy on credit from Canada, and from  every other country where she can get  credit.  Of course Great Britain's credit is so  good that other countries, in order to get her  trade, are quite as willing to give her credit  as we are in Canada.  Canada wants to help Great Britain  not only because Canada wants Britain's  trade but because we are Canada and she is  Great Britain���both members of the same  great Empire, kin of our kin, our motherland.  For Canada it is both a filial and  patriotic dutjk to supply Great Britain's  war needsand remember, her heeds are our  needs. Also it is in Canada's self-interest  to supply those needs and thus keep open  a market for our products.  * ��� ��� I  Now, Britain needs our wheat, our  cheese, cattle, hogs, and many manufactured articles.  Canada also needs many of these things  ���between the two it amounts to more  than a million dollars a day in cash.  And the producers must be paid in  cash.  Neither Canada nor Great Britain  could go to a Canadian farmer and buy  his wheat or his cattle on credit.  The farmer and all other producers  might be ever so willing to give their  country credit1 but they could not do it  because they have to pay cash for wages.  for rent, materials, etc. They must be paid  in cash, or its equivalent.  So Canada says to Great Britain:���"I  will lend you the money so that you can  pay cash to Canada's producers for what  you want.  "I will borrow this money from our  own people just as you borrow money from  your people.  "I will also borrow from the' people of  Canada money to pay cash for all the products that Canada, as well as Great Britain,  needs in Canada."  That is Canada's practical, patriotic  part in helping to win the war.  Without this credit the Canadian producer could not sell to Great Britain, and  without these Canadian products the war  would be prolonged. ,  So it is necessary for Canada torgiv*  to Great Britain the credit in order that  Canada's own producers, who need a market,  will have one; and in order that Great  Britain which needs the products to win the  war, will get them.  Now how does Canada get the money  by which both Canada and Britain can pay  cash for Canada's products?  By borrowing it from the people of  Canada through the sale of Canada's  Victory Bonds to be offered in November.  That is why Canada's Victory Bonds  are offered to the people���to raise money  to help to finish the war.  "Canada must keep her shoulder to the  wheel even though it be a chariot of fire,"  and the way for Canada to keep her  shoulder to the wheel is by buying  Canada's Victory Bonds  Next week this space wiU tall why Canada raises money  hy scllint Canada's Victory Bonds  Issssvl by Ouarla's Vfctosy Loaa rssssmtttss  SB co-opacstisir with tbs Miniater ot Pfauvacs  .t the Dorarbakrn ot Canada.  M  impartial, and immediate enforcement of the Military Service Act.  A resolution was also passed expressing disapproval of the patronage system, and a hope that it  would soon be eliminated for ever.  The position of the Conservative  Association was stated in a final  resolution which extended congratulations to Hon. Martin Burrell upon his inclusion in the new  Union cabinet, and "pledging him  ita meat hearty support as Unionist  candidate for the riding, he having  expressed his willingness to accept  nomination as such."  _ At the Liberal meeting the election of officers resulted as follows:  Pres., F. B. Cossitt, Vernon ; Vice-  Pres., E. R. Clayton, Penticton>  Sec.-Treas., L. V. Rogers, Kelowna  The Conservative delegatea from  Kelowna were Messrs. J. W. Jones,  R. F. Morrison, G. Ritchie, H. Atkinson, E. Murdock, J. Cushing,  E. C. vVeddell, G. Monford, A. R.  Mulholland, W. Crawford, J. D.  Williams. Representing the Liberals were Messrs. L. V. Rogers, D.  Rattenbury, C. H. Jackson, J. Carney, McKiniey and F.' R. E. De-  Hart.  The high wind of last week-end  played havoc with the telephone  company's lines.  Chicago Observes  Wheatless Day  Wheatless day was observed  scrupulously in Chicago by hotels  and restaurants as a matter of  pledge to the food administration  *nd by house wives generally. The  chief novelty of the day was alfalfa  bread and alfalfa muflins. They  were dark brown on the exterior  and dark green inside. The taste  to some suggested bran and to  others hay. The ingredients of  alf.ilfa muffins are: One pound  .alfalfa meal, made from ground  ) alfalfa seeds; one-quarter pound  rice flour, one-quarter pound coin  flour, four ounces yeast.  A call for 100 fruit harvester*  was received by the Seattle Chamber of Commerce from Wenafcfree,  the chamber being notified that the  need was imperative for the reason  that not more than 40 per cent, ef  this year's apple crop wat yet liar-  vested, and that unless malt could  be obtained the diatrict waa in danger of losing $2,000,000 worth' of  apples,  Affr $ PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   tECOM  Thursday, Nov. 1st, 1917  *��    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  "       BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  li. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Itaa resumed  his teaching classes and will  receive   pupils   as   betore  irr  hia  aturlro-  French Block, Kelowna.  P.O. boa 374  JOHN   CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ir;gs,Town and Country Resident e3  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveya and Reports on Irrinotion Works  Applications for Water Licensed  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BkRNARD  AVENUE,  KELOvViMA.  Highest Cash Prices Paid for All  Kinds of Cull Apples, Windfalls, &c  Rush in your Culls,  any quantity  TO  The Orchard City  Evaporating   Co.  Cawston   Ave.,   Kelowna  KELOidZNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelownt,  British Columbia  ���TOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  (1.50   par    vear:    76c.    six    months.   United  States 10 oents additional.  All ���abiortDtioni parable in advanoo  Subscribers at the regular ra*�� can have  ��itra papers mailed to friends at a distance  at HALF RATE. I.e.. 75 cents per rear.  This special nrlyileire is granted for the  uurpose of advertising the citv nnd district.  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.  ETC.. S;5 cents ner column inch oer wash.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-SO dars. IB-  60 davs 87.  WATER NOTICES���19 Ior five insertions.  LEGAL  ADVERTISING���Tint    ineertion.    12  cents  rjer  line:  each  subseauent  Ineertion.  *  cents   Der   line.  CLASSIFIED    ADVERTISEMENTS  -2 opt...  Der   word     first   Insertion.   1   oent   oer   wont  each subsequent insertion.  nmpT.AY    ADVERTISEMENTS- Two   inches  and  under.  80 cents wx inch firat  insertion  over  two inches 40 cents  ner  inch  lirst   in-  sartion;   20 cents  oer  inch  uacb  aubeequent  insertions  CANADA   j  Orders for  Local  Scouts  All rftangei In contract niivertisementn must  lie in the hands of the printer bv Tnesdav  ���veninn to ensure publication in tba next  <asue.  IIYE  "M PREPARED"      Kelowna  Troop  Troop First;   Self Last  CLEANS-DISINFECTS���USED FOR  SOFTENING WATER���FOR MAKING  HARD AND SOFT SOAP iFULL  DIRECTIONS WITH EACH CAN,  I  Isioyd George Speaks on  Irish Problems  Fast Apple Packing  Last week we published an item  stating that two Creston apple  packers had beaten their previous  record by packing I 76 boxes in a  day's work. This seemed like  swift packing, but there is evidently a young lady in the Okanagan  who can make this look like a  very moderate achievement.  It has long been recognised says  (he Summerland Review, lhat Summerland had several very speedy  apple packers, and for some time  there have been claims and counter claims by the staffs of ihe local  houses as to which had among their  number the speediest of them all.  These assertions finally culminated  in the putting up by the staff of  lhe Stewart Fruit Co. a stake of  .$25 for the young lady among the  Union packers who could surpass  Geo. Silk, the speediest packer on  .he Stewart start. Silk was ready  to give the young lady a handicap  of three boxes. The challenge was  accepted by Miss Ruth Blair, tha  staff of the Union having put up  another $25 for Silk if he should  prove to be the winner. The contest was pulled uff on Thursday afternoon, and the news of the teet,  which spread quickly among the  visitors at the exhibition, drew a  large number of onlookers to the  Union Packing house, where, one  on each side of the grader, the contestants strove to maintain the honors of their houses. It was a keenly exciting hour, and the excitement became extremely tense as  the time to stop approached with  but little advantage to either as  far as the onlookers could guess.  The stake money was held by one  of the fruit inspectors, of whom  there were a number here oh Thursday, and the contest waa conducted  under their supervision. Cheers  rang through the building, nnd  numerous congratulations were  poured on the popular young winner when it was announced that  Miss Blair had packed 29J boxes in  the sixty minutes, as against 2 74  b    her opponent.  i It is now up to the Kelowna  packers to beat this record it they  can.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mini tut risbte ��t tha Dominion la Imi  itoba.   UaskAtcbewan  aad   Alberta,   the   Vi...u  Territorv.   tha  Northwest  Territories,  ami     r  ortioD  ol  tha  Provinoe o<   Ihitish   (..v.'uni. ia.  lav ba teased lor a tam of twaotv-ona ve.tr*  ��  an   aao-ud  rental ol $1   aa  Mra. .Not  on  Hue 2.000 mtm will ba leased  to  one  kflDlicant.  Anplicatloa  {or tha leaae ������� ba  asads   bv  he apoltoant ia oersoa to the Affeat or bub-  emit ol tbit .distriot ia which ths riirats   ��i>  lied tor an situated.  Ia survived wtffltsn ths laad aswM. **   ascribed  bv  sections or lsffal sabdlyisioM    ol  . _ la aatsjuwjsd territory tae  rort applied tor shall bs staked oat bv the  onlieaat bwaealL  Each application nust be areomaanled bv a  fee of ��* waa* will bs rslaaasd il the ntrhts  pplisd lor are aot available, bat aot other-  im. A roraltv shall bs oald an th* msr-  hantaMe output ol tks alas at ths rats ol  vs seats .ner ton.  Ths psrsoa operatic* ths mine shall fornisb  ha agent with swori returns iroooiintini/ lor  bs full quantity ol merchantable eonl mined  ad    oar    ths rovaltv thereon.    11 ths    ooal  ininu   right!   are   aot   beinte   ooeratsd.    snob  eturnt    shall   bs famished nt least ones  ���mm  Ths lease will inelnne ths anal mlninir rights  nlv. bat ths lessee anv bs permitted to our-  kast whatsvor avaiktbls ������foes rights mav  coseidersti dscssswv lor ths wockbw ol  ba mine at ths rat* ol S10 aa aero.  For Ml taiolOMtioB awolioatlon, shonld be  Mas W tha sfearstavf of ths Deoartsasat ol  he   Interior. Ottawa, a*   to   ths Agent    or  ���b-Ageat af Bsadnlon Issnau  w. v. con. I  Dava.tr lanhnav al tk Iatarior  m.  tjqrataMa  .akw af f  Crates of B, G, apples are being  shipped to Calgary in cattle cars.  JJKaslo small boys are getting 25  cents apiece for cats these days.  Thev are shipped to Sandon to  keep down the mice in warehouses  and stores.  In the course of a speech in the  House of Commons, Premier  Lloyd George declared the government was aware that arrangements were being made again by  Count Bernstorf to land arms in  Ireland.  lhe Premier said that the government could not possibly forget  what had happened only eighteen  months ago. These speeches could  not be treated as excited speeches  delivered by persons of no consequence, which wotild result in  nothing.  " In order to save these poor  people who honestly believed they  were doing their best for their  country from being persuaded by  others," continued the Premier, " I  thought it essential that the government should take action, not  provocative action, but a firm action.  There are three things the government ought to make clear in  the interests of Ireland. First, incitement to rebellion cannot be  permitted. 1 he Germans nearly  landed arris for that purpose eighteen months ago. We know that  arrangements are being made for  arms to be landed again and we  know that it is partly done by Von  Bernstoiff.  "Second, a thing no government  can permit is organization for rebellion."  After referring to the drilling  and inarching going on in Ireland  and the exhortations of de Valera,  the Premier declared that what  was going on in Ireland was a  deliberate attempt to enro[j and  drill thousands ol young men who  in England, would have been com-  pulsorily enlisted, in preparation  for rebellion."  The third point was that there  was a deal of talk in Ireland among  the Sinn Fein leaders which, said  the Premier, did not mean home  rule or self-government, but separation or secession. There was a  demand for the sovereign independence of Ireland, and, declared  the Premier:  "Vt/e had better say at once that  under no conditions will Great  Britain permit anything of the  kind."  Edited by Pioneer.    Oct. 31, 1917  Wenatchee City Men  Pick Apples  The stores and offices in Wenatchee were closed several days  last week to allow the business and  professional men to aid in harvesting the apple crop. All men women and the older children of  Wenatchee are picking apples Because of a shortage of labor. Ranchers, fearing a severe freeze-up  with but half of the apple crop yet  picked, appealed to the city for  help. The public schools have  been closed for three weeks while  the teachers and pupils picked  apples. It is estimated that that  the crop in the Wenatchee Valley  will run 7500 cars this season.  Orders by command for week  ending Nov. I Oth, 1917.  DUTIES-Orderly pafrol for week  Wolves ;   next for duty, Eagles.  PARADES-The combined trcop  will parade at the club room on  Tuesday, November 6th, at 7.15  p.m. All scouts having bicycles  will parade at the clubroom with  their bicycles for a paper chase on  Saturday, the I Oth of November,  at 2.30. The hares will be chosen  at Tuesday's parade. The attendance at the last two parades has  been very good, there were only  five absentees at the last one and  one of the absentees was out of  town. As far as the other four are  concerned though, we are afraid  that our troop membership is likely to be further decreased. Unexplained or inexcusable absence for  four consecutive meetings means  only one thing, which will be acted  upon at the next Court of Honor.  It is now announced in the papers that His Excellency the Duke  of Devonshire, who besides being  Governor-General, is our Chief  Scout for Canada, is coming to  B.C. towards the middle or end of  next month. We do not know yet  whether he will pass through the  Okanagan on his trip, but if he  does he will, of course, present  the silver crosses and also, if there  is time, all badges won since the  concert up to that time. It is very  essential, therefore, that every scout  in the troop should see that he  has a complete uniform, clean and  in good shape. There is no time  to be lost if you require any parts  of your uniform ; and with regard  to your scout hats, remember the  hat is supposed to have a stiff  brim, and not to be worn with a  bonnet effect. Try ironing the  brim with a damp cloth over it.  Scout A. Clarence passed his  Points of the Compass test on Saturday last and Second T. Taylar  part of his Cvclist's test; also P.-L.  D, Parkinsbn and Second R. Weddell passed some part of their  Pioneer test on Tuesday last before Mr. Mantle. Further tests for  different badges will be taken on  Saturday afternoon next. Keep  up the good work,  The good turns, a list of which  we recently published, were not  intended to be held out as high  examples to be admired and followed, as we are afraid some readers outside the troop received the  impression, but were the result of  what might be termed a surprise  attack on the scouts present at one  parade, when without warning they  we. e suddenly asked what their  good turn had been for that day.  The best good turns are very often  those of which we hear nothing.  Now that Christmas is coming  again, there is one good turn which  is easy of accomplishment (or all  of you, and that is to write a letter  to one or more (as many as you  can) of our soldiers at the front or  away from home. We do not think  there are any of you who have not  relatives or friends over there, and  then there are also the former members of this troop, Assistant Scoutmasters Jepson, Thomas and  Keown, and Patrol Leader Francis  Buck. A matter of fifteen minutes  or so on your part and you can  gladden the heart of some homesick soldier for very much longer  than that, for it is especially at  Chiistmas time, that their thoughts  turn back to home, and happy  memories of the past, and it is fine  to know then that you are not  forgotten. When you write vou  can say you are a scout and doing  your good turn for the day, and  probably you will then win a recruit for the brotherhood when the  davs of war are over.  To be shown at the Kelowna Theatre next Tuesday and Wednesday  A convention to form an independent Labor party for Saskatchewan will meet in Regina on  November 9.  A shipment of 100,000, dozen  fresh eggs recently reached New  Zealand from California in good  condition.  Job  Printing  Commercial Stationery  produced in a neat, clean  and up-to-date style.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letter and Billheads  Business Cards  Handbills  Circulars, Notices  Loose Leaf Supplies  R  Offi  eco  Phone 94  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS SHINGLES  Prices right.       Delivery Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES, Managing-Dirtctor.  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  ss)   i       inipljhS|n.inLinnii|a mnn.ini, i 11 Thursday, Nov. 1st, 1917  K8t*��WA   MCOM  PAGEjFOUR  u  Serve Your Country  and Yourself  i  Make your  own  clothes and release a pair of hands for other  work.   Study the hundreds of smart styles in  The Fashion Book for Winter  Then reproduce them exactly and economically by using Pictorial Review Patterns. They save you from one-half to a whole  yard of material on every dress.  Pictorial  Review  Patterns  are based on Pictorial  Review designs. They  guarantee style. They  guarantee fit. They  guarantee economy.  Consult the chic styles  r     ITJ "T  "'    ."���'�����_.'   ���   ���    i.i .... -~���i i^a  The Fashion Book  for Winter  November Fashions  Now on Sale  1/   UMtreo  .  Phone 361  Kelowna  lata  I '  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J, C, Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  FOR  Souvenirs  Come and select from our  new lines of  Curios, Silks and  Fancy Chinas, &c.  The Japanese Store  Kelowna  Phone  112  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  aU  your lumber needs.'  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND F1NISH1NGLUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday (November 3rd)���"Sporting Blood," starring Dorothy  Bernard; Hank Mann in " His Ticklish Job."  Tuesday and Wednesday (Two Nights) Special Feature���"A  Tale of Two Cities." Prices including tax: Children 25c;  Adults 50c.   First show 7.30 p.m.  Thursday���"The Voice on the Wire"  other good pictures.  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9.  Admission, 25c & 10c  YOU will find the Record's "Want Ad." column a most  effective medium for the disposal of all kinds of  second-hand goods. Don't keep things around for which  you have no further use.   Turn them into cash.  ���in ��� ���        nilMllipiil I **********************  Have you found your gate yet ?  Mrs. Barlee left this morning for  the coast.  Mrs. W. S. Cameron left Friday  last on a visit to Seattle.  Mr. McKenzie, lately of the  Royal Bank staff here, was a visitor  in town last week-end.  Mr. W. B. Pease and family left  yesterday for the coast where they  will spend the winter.  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reid were  passengers for Victoria Saturday  last.  Mr. J. W. Eastham, government  plant pathologist, was in town last  week-end.  Mr. B. McDonald, of the B.C.  Growers, is in Vancouver this  week on business.  Lieut. - Commander Baldwin,  accompanied by his mother, came  in last week on a visit to his brother at the Mission, leaving yesterday morning for Montreal.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Kelowna Women's Institute  will be held in Morrison's Hall on  Saturday, November 3rd. Mrs.  Haug will give a demonstration on  layer cake making.  Mr. and Mrs. McCulloch, who  have been staying for a short time  with Mr, and Mrs. Alex. McKay,  returned Friday to their home in  Winnipeg.  The young ladies of the Baptist  church gathered at the residence  of the Misses Wilson on Tuesday  evening and made up parcels of  dainties to be sent to the boys who  were once attendants at the church  but are now overseas.  Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Gardiner left  by Monday's boat for their ranch  in the Cariboo, after spending the  summer in Kelowna Usually the  trip has been made by road but  this year Mr. Gardiner has sold  his light team in Kelowna and  tends to purchase a heavier one at  the other end of the journey.  Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Benson re  turned last week-end from an interesting trip to the coast. Scorning the usual modern methods of  transportation they made the journey on horseback, travelling each  way a distance of about 260 miles.  Their " long long trail" took them  via Princeton, Hope and Chilliwack to Vancouver. The journey  waa made by easy stages the longest and most difficult stretch being  over the mountains from Princeton  to Hope, a distance of about 65  miles. This was the only point  where it was necessary to camp  out oyer night.  A dance is being arranged for  Friday, November 16th, in the  Morrison Hall, in aid of the funds  of the Red Cross.  Mrs. Swerdfager left yesterday  morning on a visit to her sister in  Alberta.  The Kelowna opera house and  Lawson block ,vas destroyed by  fire a year ago last Sunday in the  early hours of the morning.  Mrs. Millie and family desire to  express theii sincere thanks for  the kindness and sympathy shown  them in their bereavement.  OIL SHOP  COAL OIL  32c per gal.  GASOLINE  LUBRICATING  OILS  IN BULK  TIRES  AND  ACCESSORIES  CAR FOR HIRE  REAR OF OAK HALL  ON WATER STREET  P.O. Box      Proprietor Phone  2��4  J. W. B. BROWNE   287  Did you catch the boy >  Miss Rose Childers left Friday  last on a visit to Boston, Mass.  Mr. H. Lysons and family returned last week-end after a motor  trip through to the coast.  Mrs. Bullock, who has been  visiting her daughter Miss Bullock,  of the school staff, returned to her  home at Winnipeg, Monday.  Mr. J. Galbraith is down at Summerland this week carrying out a  contract he has for the plumbing  work of the new Bank of Montreal.  Messrs. H. B. Burtch, A. Crichton, E. M. Carruthers, H. F. Hicks  and Mayor Sutherland returned  from Vernon last week-end after  serving on juries at the assizes  there.  The Ladies' Hospital Aid have  arranged to hold their annual  meeting next Monday, November  5th, at 3.30 in the Board of Trade  room. As the election of officers  is to take place and other important business to be transacted, it is  desired that all members attend.  In the Baptist church next Sunday morning the Rev. W. Arnold  Bennett will preach on "The  Treasury of Happiness." At the  evening service his subject will be  " The eyes of a young man opened." The sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be administered after  the morning service..  Mrs. J. Jardine left for the coast  yesterday where she will join her  husband who returned from overseas early in September.  ThelRev. A. Reekie left Monday for Bolivia after spending a  furlough in Canada. He represents the Baptist Foreign Missionary Board and has labored fori  many years as a missionao in this  sphere. He spoke a few words of  farewell to the Baptist congregation last Sunday evening.  The gangs of youthful Hallowe'en mischief makers seemed to be  unusually busy last night. Probably the fine moonlight night had  something to do with encouraging  their activities.  Mr. H. F. Rees returned yesterday from the coast.  Miss Paton left for Vancouver  this morning.  The carload of apples which is  being assembled locally in the  name of the Red Cross for the  boys at the front is now practically  completed and it is hoped to be  able to dispatch the car early next  week. In order to do this it is  necessary that growers should deliver all the fruit promised by the  end of this week.  Mr. T. Snashall came up from  the coast yesterday in order to  assist in the moving of the family  and effects to that point. They  are to leave in a tew days. Tommy  is very much taken with the attractions of Vancouver.  The Kelowna Creamery is anxious to draw the attention of farmers again to the importance of  keeping their cows away from the  onions. Just now onions are pretty  plentiful around the fields and  heaps of culls and small onions  seem to have a great attraction for  cows. The effect on the flavor of  the milk is disastrous. Any shipper  of cream for butter making should  be especially careful as it is easy  to spoil a whole batch of cream if  any tainted shipment gets through.  Mrs. McKay, lately of Moose  Jaw, has taken a position in the  dry goods department of Lawsons,  Ltd., in place of Miss Watt, who  left a few days ago to join her  relatives at Vancouver.  "WYANDOTTE*  Sanitary Cleaner & Cleanser,  Suitable for all Washing, Cleansing and Purifying  Purposes and Specially Adapted for Dairy Utensils.  Put up in Five Pound Sacks to sell at 50c  II you arc not satisfied thai it ia the beat and moat aanitary cleaner you  have ever uaed we will give you your money back  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Co0Ky��WCHl>��H��8^  BANKOFMQNTREAL  tOO YEAKS (1817-lBin  Capital Palis*      .      $18,000,000  Rest      .    .    .    . 16,000,000  Tot.! Assets (April 1917) 386,806,887  "Saving for Victory"  is facilitated by the  Bank of Montreal, which  will receive your deposits at  Interest and convert them,  as they accumulate, into'  Dominion Government War  Saving! Certificates.  HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL.  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt.. British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  F.   DuMoulin,    Manager,    Kelowna   Brand.  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  AmutroBf,      ���      Pentldos,      -      Sar  Enderby,  Princeton,  Vernon.  MAKE your Christmas  Greeting a Personal  one an appreciated one    '  Send your Portrait���  make the appointment to-day  Your ftisnis can buy anything you can  gift th.m���except jeur Photograph.  McEwan  The Photographer  Rowcliffe Blook Phone 251  What is the Use?  Of getting a phonograph that plays only One kind  of records.  ��� Or of getting one  that  for each record.  requires a new  needle  ��� Or of getting one with a . sharp-pointed needle  that scratches and destroys the record as well  as your nerves.  When You Might Have  A Pathe Phonograph that plays  All the different  kinds of disc re-  c.'.ords on the market. The t'athe is  maiAy machines in  one; its round and  pointed saphire  needle <I��e�� not  scratch, cjoes not  destroy the .records  and needs no replacing. It not only reproduces all re>c��rc's  but reproduces them with a faithfulness and beauty in t��ne  not found in other makes.  Two saphire needles, one diamond needle and two reproducers  furnished without extra charge  SOLD BY  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  'Vivaudon'  Toilet Goods  We are now carrying thit line of  goods in stock, and would recommend the same to all discriminating  people who appreciate high-class  toilet articles.  These goods are now made in  New York and combine the bett in  American manufacture with the  exquisite daintiness of the French  packages.  PERFUMES  TOILET WATERS  TOILET POWDERS  all at moderate prices.  P.B.WiIlitsSCo.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19        Kelowna. B.C.  I PACE FODB  krlowha ucom  Thursday, Nov. 1st, 1917  BOYS' SUITS  "Wearbetter"  BRAND  ANOTHER SHIPMENT of these splendid wearing, good fitting, fine appearing Suits, in Alton,  Clinton, Russell and Kent styles. Prices range from  $10 up ta $14.50, in sizes 26 up lo 36. Some have  two pairs of Bloomer Pants and Belt.  Also a good range of Boys' Suits from $3.50 in  small sizes up to $9.50 in larger sizes.  Sweater Coats for boys in a splendid range of real  values, in pull over or button styles.. 75c to $3.25  Boys' Shirts in Flannel, Oxford Shirting and Heavy  Drill  75c up to $1.50  Boys' Windsor Ties, in plain colors, also in Plaids,  nice quality silk  35c each  Boys' Lined Gloves and Mitts, saranac and chrome  tan 45c to $1 pr.  Boys' Underwear in separate garments or combinations, Fleece-Lined, Natural or Union, at our  usual close prices.  Reduced Prices on���  Ladies' Ready - to - Wear   Hats,   Neckwear,   Ostrich  Ruffs, Waists, to clear out  the  balance of our early  fall shipment  $7.50 Velvet covered Hats.    Clearing Price $J.7J  ��6.50      ���      ��� ���      ���   $5.35  $5.75 ��� ��� ��� ���     $4.60  $3.75 ��� ��� ��� ���    $2.85  Ladies' Ostrich Feather Neck Ruffs  Reg. $3.50, clearing at   $2.75  Colors White, Brown  and  Black, and black and  I.  /hite :  Ladies' Assorted Waists  White  and  assorted   colors.    All  this  season's  goods.    Good range < f sizes.  Reg. $1.50, clearing at   85c  Ladies' Collars  In a nice assortment of good styles.  $1 collars for 50c. 75c collars for 35c  Ladies' Black Silk Underskirts  with deep flounce, accordion plaited. Special...$1  Groceries  THAT ARE SURE TO PLEASE  Griffin's  New Seedless Raisins, in 16-oz. pkgs. ...15c  California Lemon and Orange Peel (new)  40c lb.  Olympic and Buckwheat Flour for Pancakes.  Olde Tyme Pure Maple Syrup, per bottle 35c  Cape Cod Cranberries. Fresh Celery.   ���  Kippered Herring.       Black Cod.       Finnan Haddie  Crockery  Assorted   Pitchers in Plain White, Clover Leaf  and colors, all sizes, at     25c, 35c, 45c to 75c  Glass Table Sets, four pieces, at...$l, $1.25 and $1.50  Hot Water Glass Pitchers, with cover, at   $1  Separate Fruit Dishes in Glass or Porcelain, at 35c to65c  Lemon Reamers in Glass, each 15c  J. F. FUMERTON il CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  ' Morning-9.30 and 11       Aftnrnoon-3 and 5  News of Near  Neighbours  Mr. G. L. Allen has been appointed military representative on  the Exemption Board at Penticton.  Nicholas Lacey, an old timer of  the lower Smiilkamecn, passed  away at Penticton last week.  R. McCurdy, n Krremeous returned soldier, has taken a position  in the Vernon customs office.  McCurdy lost an eve at tl.e front.  South Okanagan, from Oknna-  gan Centre sou'h to Summerland  and Naramata, will this year have  a crop totalling in value 2A to 3  million dollars, nearer the latter  figure, as compared with $100,000  ten years ago, said Mr. J. W. Jones  M.L.A., in opening the Summer-  land Fair last week.  Messrs. L. E. Taylor and Dr.  Mathison were amongst the successful exhibitors at the Summer-  land Fair last week. Westbank  was represented amongst the  prize-winners bv Messrs. A. W.  Jnslyn, J. Faulkner, E. Smith, A.  Nicol, S. Blackmore, A. H. Strib-  ling and Miss M. Clarke.  Another flagpole has been raised  and another Union Jack now  floats at Osoyoos, because Osoyoos  now boasts a public school. The  old building known for half a century or so as the jail, and round  which centres many tales of stirring events of the days when  Osoyoos was better known as a  point of entry, has undergone  some change. The inner walls of  lhe log sells, the huge doors and  the heavily-barred windows have  disappeared and given place to a  good-sized room with walls and  .-.riling of neat and modern finish.  Though school sessions have been  held regularly since September 4th  with Miss D. Evans, of Kelowna,  in charge, the finishing touches to  the building,the raising of the flagpole, and the cleaning of the yard  was the result of a bee arranged  for Thanksgiving afternoon, after  which a greater bee (everybody)  gathered and with malice aforethought demolished to the most  critical satisfaction of the ladi-s a  turkey supper provided by them.  Thus was celebrated the first public social event to take place at  Osoyoos in the memory "of present  residents.-Penticton Herald.  Rutland News  Mr. Leon Fitzpatrick met with  an accident Tuesday whilst on his  way to town with a load of onions.  When dismounting his foot slipped  beneath the heavy wagon, three of  his toes getting crushed.  Mrs. Ford and her daughter  Blanche left this morning for Alberta. Blanche will stay awhile  with her mother, then travel further east.  The Women's Institute will meet  on the 8th, at 3 p.m., for Red  Cross work. Afternoon tea will  be served by Mrs. Stonehouse.  Ladies are reminded of the mince  pie competition ; please bring your  pie with you I The roll call-Xmas  recipes. A full attendance is asked  for.  Mr. Elmer Woolsey went up to  Vernon Monday to meet his bro  ther J. W. Woolsey, from Calgary.  Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Sehell, and  Edith Gay went up to Vernon  Tuesday with Miss Bell, who has  been their guest.  Dan McDonald brought home a  fine deer Tuesday on his return  from the hills.  The Kelowna Growers' packing  shed at Rutland has closed for the  season. No less than 16,000 orchard boxes of fruit have passed  through it this year.  A number of juniors from the  Ellison faction visited Rutland on  Hallowe'en bent on revelry -whilst  the Rutland youths were all at  home studying or indulging in nice  quiet parlor games I  The Hallowe'en social arranged  by the Methodist Ladies' Aid was  a great success financially, the sum  of $35 being raised, though rather  disappointing in the attendance,  no doubt owing to the fact that  many had to keep vigil over their  goods and chattels on account of  the ..bewitching night chosen for  the affair. For those who did attend, however, there was nothing  but enjoyment, en innovation  which appealed to all being the  buffet supper, where you put down  a nickle and took your choice.  A peanut race resulted in Mr. W.  Sehell taking first in the gentlemen  and Miss Amy Fleming first in the  ladies. A short programme was  rendered at intervals and bran tubs  provided for the young people.  Feeding and. Housing  of Swine  On account of the high value of  concentrated foods suitable for  swine feeding, it is important that  the foods that are used be so com-  dined as to produce the maximum  of results. The question of housing also enters largely into the  profitable production of pork. To  encourage farmers to raise as  many hogs as possible, and to  make the most money therefrom,  the Department of Agriculture at  Ottawa, has issued Pamphlet No.  22 on the "Feeding and Housing  of Swine". This pamphlet which  may be obtained free at the Publications Branch, Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa, deals also  with the questions of breeding and  care of the animals at different ages  and at different seasons of the  yerr. This pamphlet is prepared  by Professor G. E. Day, in charge  of the Bacon Production Campaign,  Dominion Department of Agriculture, Mr. E. S. Archibald, Dominion  Animal Husbandman and his Assis  tant, Mr. G. B. Rotoweil.  Mr. Archibald, after much experimental work, lays down the principal that an extensive piggery is  unnecessary. Brood sows may be  kept under moat circumstances,  even in the winter season in a  single board hog cabin. This  pamphlet gives specifications and  plans not only of a large piggery,  but of a cheap and portable cabin.  Sir William James Herschell,  discoverer and developer of the  system of identification by finger  prints, died last week.  Thirty-eight .German agents,  working as mechanics, have been  arrested at New York for putting  wooden rivets instead of steel into  plates used in repairing United  States troopships.  The Corporation cf The City  of Kelowna  MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST, 1918  NOTICE is hereby given that the Voters'List for the 1918 Municipal Election  is now being prepared and the following  classes of voters must furnish the following information to the Cily Clerk before  placed on the Voters' List:���  PROPERTY OWNERS ��� When the  assessed owner of land or real property is  the holder of the last Agreement to Purchase said land or real property, or the  last Assignee of such Agreement, such  assessed owner, before having his name  entered on the Voters' List must file with  the Clerk or Assessor before five o'clock  in the afternoon of the 30th November,  1917, a declaration proving that he or ahe  is the holder of the last Agreement to  Purchase, or the last Assignee thereof, by  tha terms of which such holder or as*  signee is liable to pay the taxes, and that  there are no taxes delinquent for more  than one year with respect to Such land or  real property.  CORPORA r/OATS-Corporations who  are entitled to have their names placed on  the Voters' List can only vote by a duly  authorized agent, whose authority must  be filed with the Clerk on or before the  30th November, 1917, such agent ahall be  a resident in the Province and a British  subject of the full age of twenty-one  years.  Declaration forma may be obtained  from the City Clerk, who is authorized to  take the necessary declarations.  G. H. DUNN,'  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  October 22nd, 1917. 49-0  ( WANTED! )   /  FOR SALE-1 Clyde colt, 3 yean, heller  broken ; I aged mare, grade Clyde ; 2  pure bredgCIyde foals, colt and filly,  A. W. Cooke, Kelowna Field, Box 663,  Kelowna. 49tf  Mr. E. W. Mutch Will Carry  Liberal Banner in Bye-  Election  At a convention of Liberals of  the Similkameen electoral district  Edwin W. Mutch, a Penticton farmer and connected with several  local public bodies, was chosen as  candidate in the approaching by-  election. There were forty-six  delegates present, representing  every part of the riding.  Mr. Mutch was selected on the  first ballot by an over whelming  majority and his nomination was  made unanimous. Mr. Mutch was  formerly a director of the B. C.  Fruit Growers' Association.  Chancellor of the Exchequer  Bonar Law is asking the House of  Commons for a vote of credit for  $2,000,000,000 to finance the war  until December, at which time an  additional credit will he asked.  Thomas A. Edison, the veteran  inventor, has spent the last ten  weeks on the highaeas, striving to  pesfect some means of defeating  the submarine, his laboratories  announced today. He is now  back with the result of his studies  and experiments.  Ford Car  FOR SALE  In first-class   repair   end  condition  Apply  F. R. E. DeHART  MM  GREASE AND OILS  PRE5T-O.UTE Exchange  ���eCHAS. E. SMITH <arage  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  FREE AIR SERVICE TIRES te  Phones: Office 232;  House 236  *mf^*****mjm*****mmm��  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that William Robert  Trench, whose address is Kelowna, B.C  will apply for a licence to take and use  twenty-five (25) inches of water out of  Schram Creek, alao known as tributary of  Joe Rich Creek, which flows easterly and  drains into Joe Rich Craek, about a mile  and a half above mouth of Joe Rich creek.  The water will Le diverted from the  stream at a point about 600 yards South  uf South-West corner of Lot 4182, and  wil] be used for irrigation purpose upon  the land described as Lot 4162, Group I,  O.D.Y.D. This notice was posted on the  ground on the I Ith day of October, 1917.  A copy of this notioe and an application  pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act,  1914," will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build-  ings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  publication ot this notice is Thursday,  October Uth, 1917.  W. R. TRENCH, Applicant,  47.1        WILLIAM PRESTON, Agent.  FOE  SAXE  FOR SALE, five-passenger Automobile  in good repair. Cost $1950, will sell for  $500 or exchange for atock. Apply  Box A, Record Office. 50-1  FOR SALE, team matched Clyde Geldings, rising 5 and 6 years, weight 2700  Manager Hanthorpe Ranch, Alvaston  Post Office. ��� 50p  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Any person, male or  female, wishing for work, should apply  at the office of the B.C. Evaporators,  Ltd., Cawaton Avenue. 34tf  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership here to fore subsisting between S. T.  Elliott and T, Morrison, trading as Elliott  and Morrison, was dissolved by mutual  consent on October I st. 1917. All accounts  owing to that date must be sent in not later  than October 31st, and will be paid by the  above firm. In future the business will be  carried on solely by Mr. T. Morrison.  48-1  Ladies Wishing to Order  SPIRELLA CORSETS  can meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  Room No. 1, Oak Hall 'Hook  bs>  wcen ths hourt of 5.30 and 2.30 B.m.  n Saturday of eaeh weak, or at anv  ther time by appointment.  Auction  At the residence of E. B. GAY,  old Vernon Road, near Woods  Lake School House, 3 miles  east of O.K. Centre, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. at I  o'clock p.m.  Jersey Cow, tested, Red Cow, tested,  Grade Holstein Heifer, Horse, saddler and  Driver, Buggy, Single Harness, Single  Harrow, Small Plow, Single Cultivator,  Double Cultivator, Democrat, New Single  Sleigh, Stock Saddle, small Cream Separator, 2 Sanitary Hand Coppere, Good  Grindstone, pair Horse Blankets, Water  power Washing Machine, Wire Extension  Cot, Drop Head Sewing Machine, 2 Rugs  9 x 9, 9 x 12, oak Dining Table, oak  Chiffonier, large wood Heater, office  Desk and Chair, Aladdin Lamp, All the  Household Furniture, Kitchenware and  Dishes, Axes, Shovels, Forks, Saws, small  tools, Boy's Coaster, Bov's Express Wagon  Baby Cart, 3 doz. Rhode Island Hens and  Pullets, and many other articles.  WANTED,' Girl for light housework and  to i.aaaial in cooking. Apply Box 644,  Kelowna. 48tf  WANTED, Janitor for Kelowna hospital.  Apply C. R. Binger, Secretary.      48tf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, fur or fur-lined Overcoat.  Must be good, not less than 30-inch  cheat.   Apply Box B, Record Office.  50-1  HOUSE for rent.   Has three bedrooms.  Desirable locality.   Good garden plot.  Apply G. A. Fisher,Box 129, Kelowna.  45tf  TENDERS WANTED, for cutting 500  cords of four.foot wood. Thos. Bulman,  Phone 3206. 50-1-2  IN   POUND  Four red Shorthorn steers and one  Shorthorn heifer, three with white markings. All yearlings. Impounded at East  kelowna, October 23rd, 1917. Apply of  the Poundkeeper, J. C. Anderson, East  Kelowna. 49-52  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  TERMS CASH.   This is the first public  auction in Okanagan Centre Diatrict.  COME EARLY  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  City Park Restaurant  WANTED TO BUY  Chickens        Ducks        Eggs  QUON  TAPE  P.O. Box 13 Phone 60  Corner Abbott Street end Eli Avenue  27tf  The Corporation of the Ci  of Kelowna  TAXES FOR 1917  I  Notice is hereby given that Friday, 30th  November, it the lait day upon which  taxes for the current year can be paid less  the one-eighth abatement.  All tax notices have been mailed to the  assessed owners.    Any taxpayer who hat  not received hit notice may obtain a copy  by applying to the Collector for tame.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B. C, City Clerk.  October 3ltt, 1917. 50-1-2  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2) years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Houtehold  Furniture; and thit experience ia  at your disposal. It meant better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone within g to arrange for an  Auction Sale should tee  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie Block, it acting aa  agent  in  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of aalea  Phone 217  Auction  I have received inatructiom to  ���ell ior F. A. LEWIS and othera,  Vernon Road, 6 miles northeast J Kelowna, THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 8th, sharp at 12  noon (lunch will be served at  11.30), the following:  14 one and two-year-old Heifers, 10  Yearling Steers, 4 Steer Calves, 6 Heifer  Calves, 5 Milk Cows, Team Percheron  Mares, 2700 lba., 7 and 8 years old, 3  Brood Mares, 10 and 12 yeara old, 2 two-  year-old Colts, 3 Clyde Fillies, Boy's Pony  aged Saddle Horse, Yearling Colt, Ladie'a  Driving Horse, 2 three-year-old Colts, 21  Fat Pigs, Sow with 12 Pigs, 36 Plymouth  Rock Pullets, 2 heavy team Wagons, 2  set* heavy teem Harness, Disc Harrow,  Spring Tooth Harrow, Dreg Harrow, As-  pinwall Potato Planter, Hand Spray Pump  and Truck, Scoop Scraper, 4 Planet Junior Drills complete, 2 aets Wagon Springs,  Deering Mower, and all sorts of email  tools. ,  TERMS CASH, or otherwise arranged en  day ol sale.  ). C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer


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