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 Mtwth  VOL. VI.   NO. I.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913.  $1.50 Par Annum.  Want More Time to  Connect Witli Sewer  COUNCIL (.HANTS HKQIKST OF  tMCTI'J'IONlfiUS  At thu council meeting hold laat'  'Friday morning Messrs E, It. Dailey  and J. I.. Knowles appeared with a  [Mttition signed, by some eighteen owners of property fronting on to sowon*  usking lhat the time, allowed by tho  council's recent resolution for connecting with same l>o extended to th end  of April.  1914.  The request was granted.  Tim following Correspondence was  rend: ,  From tho government agent at Vancouver withdrawing mi. account he had  rendered for maintenance of a prisoner  in the provincial gaol.  From the chief forester of British  Columbia requesting that he he furnished wHh a list of all sawmill ami  wood working establishments iu the  Kelowna district. Tlie clerk was ordered to furnish  the information.  From the comptroller of water rights  nsking for complete plans and spocifi-.  cations of tho city's water system.  The Light and Water Committee was  requested to arrange wit h Mr. W. A.  Tucker to prepare the desired information.  From Mr. A. Bryan Williams, provincial game warden, stating that he  will make au elTort to secure a few  pheasants for the city park, and asking whothor the city is in a position  to keep aame in captivity until the  spring. The clerk was instructed to  inform Mr. Williams that the city had  made arrangements for the care of  the birds during (he winter.  From the Kelowna Oarage aud Machine Works, applying for a master  plumber's licence in accordance with  the by-law.  From Mayor Mutrie of Vernon, tin-  closing statistics of his city, and asking to be supplied with similar par-'  Hellion of Kelowna. Thi' dork was  instructed to furnish- this. iti(w;*mn' 'on  to Vernon and other adjacent muniei-  jmlities, and (o request other municipalities to  reciprocate.  From Mr. W. D'A-.th, offering to ve-  pair city wharf and keep same in repair, and also to pay a monthly mit-  al of S20 for thu use of tht* wharf for  a period of four months for the purpose of unloading wood from scows  and  delivering   aame  in   the  city.  The offer was accepted and arrangements made for the drawing up of a  lease covering the |>oriod.  Mr. R. M. Hill, was engaged as city  lineman at a salary of eight y-fivo  ($85.00) per month.  Alderman Copeland on behalf of the  Public Works C ommittee waa given  authority to make necessary repairs  to the streets, the cost not to exceed  8*200.  The Finance Committee recommended payment of the following accounts:  D. McMillan, work in cemetery fit.60  .1, fc,  Doyle, insurance      HUM)  Spite of Dull Times Kelowna |  Business Keeps Growing  ���   ���  ���   i  Bit! I.OCA1, CUSTOMS INCHHASB  Police Surprise Keeper  of Opium Joint  Preparations Are Made for  Winter Sports  The business of the local customs office continues to show a striking increase as the following figures, just  compiled  will  ahow.  From December, l.lll (whin tho office  was first opened) to October 191*4. the  total business amounted to $23,7-lfi. 10,  From December I .Hi! to October I01H  the business handled was 83--lfHfi0..r2,  an increase iu one year of SI 1,121,1...  nr very nonrly .50 per;cent.  Nothing, perhaps gives a better indication of the state of the commercial activity of a town than the to  turns of its customs, and it is a matter for congratulation thai while most  other towns wo complaining of dull'  times, Kelowna still continues to makn  headway.  BURBANK MOTOR GO.  Now  Local  Automobile  Firm  Organized  A new automobile company, known  as the Burbank Motor Co., has been  organized and are now busy fitting-up  premises In the new Morrison lUock on  Lawrence avenue, It is to be a partnership concern, those interested being  Mr. IL A. Hnrbank (formerly sales  manager with the Kelowna Qarage  Co.) Mr. R. H. Gibson from Danville.  Que., Mr. Chas, Gowen, and Mp. TLF.  Morrison. A complete machine shop  equipment is being installed, including every up-to-date nequiremont for  the repairing of automobiles, including  apparatus for the recharging of storage batteries. Mr. Burbank who will  bt. manager of the new concern is already well known in the district, and  hns a wTchi connection amongst automobile owners. The new firm hus secured the sole agencies for two of, tho  most .popular cars of the day, tho  "Fort!" and  "Overland,"  and  already  has severnt sales��� to its  ..lit.  W.   I.allaiitiiie,  power housework .58,  Emily I..'Kirch, west 10 feet of  lot' I, map 60.5     318  Dominion  K.x press Co       I.  Kelowna City Hand, giant ior  October and November   1,50.  .\.   It.  Davey, watering streets  in-October.  42.  A.   R.  Davey, general acct.  ..  Dr. W. .1, Knox, services  00,  Kelowna Garage and  Machine  Works.  Ltd., supplies   11.5  ��Ti French, W.W. construction ... J  F. Forsoll, W, W. construction ... 1  J. Plant, W; W. construction ... ft  Iff. Marshall, W. W. construction 7,  A. Andrews, W.W. construction II  Burne & Temple, legal fees ,,.... 812.  A. ft. Monseigny, sewer work ... .5,  M. F. CoBtertoti, sewer work  Mather, Yuill A. Co. refund, ad  vanced to D.M.  Hill-      82.  Municipal Construction Co, wj  terworks  supplies I OKI  Kelownn Sawmill Co.. lumber ... ft!  KJiaTKI) UHINJJ.81. SHARKS MAKING   FOU KKLOWNA  Some interesting facta coucorning the  ways of tho "heathen Chinese" came  | to light thia week when Chief Sutherland and Constable McKay made u  sudden descent upon an opium joint  iu Ihe room above the paint ia) man-  nion of Wo Yuen on Kli Avenue. I'he  place had bocn under the observation  of the police for aome time hut the  craft-- Chink knows from Jong experience llow to oover his tracks and avoid  detection, For once, however, he was  .iiuglit napping, and when llie police  made their entrance. Tuesday night  about  eleven     o'clock,   the  mysterious  process   by   whioh   the  drug-enslaved  Chink, forgets his troubles .for a brief  space, und we are told indulges in iux  urious dii'un.s of wealth and splendor, and incidentally swells the bank  account of the proprietor of the joint,  was in full swing. Two busy celestials were carefully toasting the sticky  opium preparation ovor a strange-  looking lamp and inserting it into  tho bowls of the curiously carved bamboo pipes hold by their customers who  reclined upon bunks round the room.  Four of them, including the proprietor  were arrested, and the opium pipes,  little ivory beam scales for weighing  the drug, lamps and other utensils  confiscated,  The .quartet were confined in the  gaol and brought up before -the beak  Wedneaday, The case was remanded,  however, until Friday to secure an interpreter, a Chinaman's English, cur-  iousjy enough always disappearing entirely in a police court. They wore  let  out on    bail of 9100 each.  There has been quite an influx lately of Chinamen of the questionable  type, due possibly to the fact that  Vernon, Armstrong, and othor towns  have been making it too hot I for them  No fewer than thirty-two got off thu  boat one mottling last week. It has  come to tne kpowlnlge of the polhv  that some of these immigrants had the  inlentum of starting an opium and  gambling house on a large scale.  That this opium business is profitable there can be no doubt. The owner of the den raided, it is said. Rent  off recently an express order to China  for 310,000, and thia in spite of tho  fact that ho is never known to do  work of any kind. Their charges for  Indulgence in the vice are high, twenty-five cents being the minimum, and  [securing only a very minute portion of  the Seductive drug, the seasoned smokers takirur many times this amount to  put  him into the desired stupor.  I CITV   HOCK1CV   LFAG..K  FOKMKD  A good crowd turned out to the  meeting ut Ualgl ish <v Harding a hardware store on Monday night, wnich  was called for the purpose of discussing ihe hockey prospects for the coming season, and which incidentally resulted in thc formation of the "(ity  League,", which in all probability will  be comprised of three teams.  It has lieon learnod that some 30 or  ,1/5 hockey players are now in tho city  i -   i   .  and several others of well-known abil-  ��� ity are expected to arrive any day to  roomi llie winter here. **  | At about S..1U Mr. F. F. Purdy was  elected to the chair and Mr. Gordon  , Kerr to the secretaryship.  The following officers were then elected:  Hon. ['resident.��� Mr. Thos. Mor.ison  President.���Mr. F. R. Purdy.  Vico-I'reaident.���W. G. Unjuhurt.  Secretary.��� G.  R. Kerr.  Treasurer.���Harvey Drown.  The Kxecutive of the league will consist of the President, Secretary. Treasurer and one representative from each  team to enter the league.  After tho election of officers some  heated discussions arose pertaining to  various matters to govern the league,  such ,as the signing and releasing of  players, limiting of teams to eight  or nine players, and the dividing up  of lho material at hand so that the  leagUO may present three or four good  and evenly balanced teams. Those mat-  tors were finally voted to be left to  the executive to draw up. a constitution  to govern  the league.  Anothor meeting will bo held early  next month to arrange for rink accommodations and draw up a schedule  for the season.  London has a restaurant where  every article on the bill of fare is  cooked by electricity. The only danger a patron incurs of getting a shock  is  when   Ihe waiter  presents the bill.  WILSON  SAYS  HCERTA MUST GO.  This photograph shows the man and instrument of war that will force the defiant Huerta from the dictatorship of Mexico. Inserted iB a photograph of Cumin/a, one of the rebel leaders, the battleship Michigan  whioh is the flagship of the fleet of American warships now stationed at Vera Cruz harbor; nnd, also American regulars  who have been ordered to the Mexican border.  According to present reports, president Wilson is to life the embargo and allow arms and ammunition to  be shipped to Carran/a, who IwlievoB he ean overthrow the .present regime and once more establish pence in  Mexico. At the same time, the United States, will block all Mexieao ports and V. H, soldiers will patrol tho  Mexican bordir, ,  Wife of Canada's Grand Old  Man Laid to Rest  Fl N'F.RAL OF LADY STRATHCONA  Great Britain, Canada, uud all the  Empire were represented at the simple  funeral at London, of Lady Struth-  cona, wife of Canada's High Commissioner, who diet! at an udvunced age  last week at St. Mark's North Audley  streeti Tho coffin was a huge mass  of flowers, and behind it was the chief  mourner, Cariada's grand old man,  Lord Strathcona, aged only in years,  bearing up bravely and stoically giving words of comfort to his daughter  Hon. Mrs. Howard, and acknowledging the sympathies which old friends  extended to him. It was an ordeal  that would have broken many a younger man to tears. The little chape)  was filled when the choral service began. The officiating clergy were Rev,  IL P, Cronshaw, vicar of St. Mark's,  and Rev. Dr. Fleming, representing tlie  Scottish Chnrch. Tho impressive English Church service was followed by  men and women, iu all walks of life,  for Lady Slruthoona had never forgotten her friends of former days.  A personal message from the Queen  ran as follow s-  "A sorrowing tribute to the memory  pf a beloved wife and comrade of (W  \earn, from   Alexandra."   O   "WATERLOO."  A special four-reel picture film of  unusual interest is to In) shown a* the  Opera House noxt Thursday, D.h\ Ith.  The subject is the "Battle of Waterloo." The film which is historically  correct, depicts tho famous battle and  scenes associated with it, taken on the  actual ���!">!, and must hnve cost an  enormous sum to produce. H,000 men,  BOO canon and 6,000 horaes were pressed into service, and gives as no  book ever could a wonderfully realistic  impression of tho coutest which ended  the power of the "litlie Corsioun."  The gay crowd at Ihe ball when tho  fateful alarm was given, the scenes .in  the old town, and tho dash of the  opposing armies mnko up a series that  should not be missed.  The Rev. A. Dunn will occupy the  pulpil at tho Methodist church Sunday  evening. Special music will consist of  a solo by Mr. H. Burloy, (Bass voc^  nliflt, St. George's church. Vancouver)  "Lead Kindly Light," (Barnard) and  anthoms by tho choir, ^Hearken unto  Me, .My People." (Sullivan) "Saviour,  thy Children Keep." (Sullivan.)  MAN   AND SHIP  FROM WHICH HE WHX   DIRECT PEACEFUL  BLOCKADE.  This picture ahowa n new view of the l\ S. Battleship Michigan, tho  flagship o�� the fleet now assembled at Vera Cruz.  Tho insert is a photograph of Rear Admiral Frank Friday Fletcher the  man who will be foremoat in the direction of the work ot a peaceful  blockade of Mexican porta, should the war department ao order. This  work will all be done from his quar-ters on board the flagship Michigrfh.  Since the presence of war vessels in Mexican waters, conditions in  Mexico have beon going through a procoBs of rapid evolution and devel-  opemcnl and now that matters have been givon an impetus, it would  appear that the state of activity will continue until there is a definite  outcome.  Rutland News  (From oor own Cornvpondtot.)  Miss Flossie Dilworth returned lust  Sunday from Calgary, after spending  a prolonged and pleasant holiday.  Lloyd McDonald who has been away  from iIn- district for nearly (wo years*  is visiting his parents this winter.  The next meeting ot the Methodist  Ladies' Aid is to be' held at the home  of  Mrs.  V.  Dilworth.  The meeting of the Literary Society  on Monday evening was not largely  attended, aud it was felt that as so  little interest had been shown, it  would bo inadvisable to make further  arrangements. A reading olub was  formed, and the first meeting will be  held at the home of Mr. Chas. Leathley, next Monday evening, when Mr.  Wm. Gay will road a paper on "Diak-  onl us an Author."  The "faithful fow" who answered the  appeal of the school trustees for volunteers to work on the school ground  last Monday were greatly cheered by  having the assistance of more residents on Tuesday and Wednesday and  altogether IT teams were at worK on  the last day. Tli" school trustees wish  to express their thanks for the voluntary services rendered by those who  put in an up|>earance,land they intend  to continue the improvement of the  grounds next year, so ns to form an  harmonious setting to tho splendid  new school.        .   0   Sir Donald Mann stated in 41. interview at Toronto that tho seven million dollars obtained by Sir William  Mackenzie on his lust trip to Fnghind  will all In- spent on Canadian Northern oxtonsions in the Canadian West.   0   The potato crop is about over at  Ashcroft and the euti.ro crop amounting to above U0 oars have been shipped under the most favorable weather  conditions. A largo quantity of this  has been stored in Vancouver where  they will await demand and a fairer  price than haa hitherto been received.  Ashcrofts are quoted today in Vancouver at ij27 per ton. ,   r>  A record number of murders Is recorded in the annual report of the  ILN.W.M.P., now in the press. There  aro no less than 'It cases standing for  trial, the accused in most cases Iwing  foreigners. A few of the prosecutions  are left over from last year, but tho  great majority aro new. Tho report  shows that the force is now up to  'strength following the splendid ro-  cruiting done hy Comptroller Fortes-  cue in Fngland thia summer.  Sliut Mountain Lion ,  White Hunting  LOCAL HUNTKR &ECJEIVES  BOUNTY ON COUGAR'S HEAD  Last Salurday Mr. James Kincaid  received a check (mm the government  authorities for $15 which amount is  placed, as bounty, on ,tho head of the t  huge cat-like and dangerous animal  be;. 1 ine; the name title of "mountain  lion," or "cougar." Mr. Kincaid  while hunting for deer in the vicinity  of Cedar Creek was tramping very  quietly through the timber, stopping  now and then to look and listen for  signs of a stalely hurl., when his eyes  detected a slight movement some HO  or 70 yards ahead behind an old log.  For an instant he watched the outline  against the darm background. Then  a shoulder appeared above the log.  Shifting his position slightly the made  sure that an animal of some sort was  resting there. He took careful aim  and fired at the shoulder above the  log, which immediately disappeared  from his view. Thinking he  had shot a deer he approached the log  only to find tho huge body ,of a cougar just making his last struggle. Th-  cougar had h��.en lying down, gnawing nt thc remains of a deer which twit!  been shot some time previously.  After skinning the animal he brought  lhe skin and head to tho city and  Saturday secured thc bounty offers J  by thi�� government.  Another party of hunters visited this  acction of tho country early this week  and accidentally ran onto a cougar,  probably the mate of the one slain  hy Mr, Kincaid, but in this Instance  the hunter forgot ho had a gun an I  broke the speed record for this part  of tho country getting back to camp  where his comrades found him whit?  and trembling a s-iQft timo later.  O  The A. & T. Association annual  meeting is called for Saturday afternoon in Raymer's small hall.  The health of the Duchess of Connaught again is causing concern about  the govwni nnt house. Il is stated  that the duchess ia threatened with a  return of the illnesa, which she suffered prior to her departure from Canada lait spring.   0   Sunday     funerals   were unanimously  condemned by the Winnipeg Ministerial  Association and a resolution to   that  effect  wat unanimously carried.  O"   ���  BIRTH  HARVEV.-To tho wjl* of Mr. Jas.  M. Harvey, on Wednesday. Nov. 2ft,  a daughter. <  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913  ���Bggeaass  *��       ����  MM*.** *.  ���*  M  M  **  *�� *��  ���*  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitow, >  Notarie* Public,  Conveyancer*, etc.  KELeWNA. B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,.  Notary Public,  KELOWNA. B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  ��� Architect  Hewetam Block, Kslowna   ���   'Phono 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harv.��. B.A.. St., C.E. D.L.S.. B.C.L.S.,  GHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phono 147. P.O. Boa 231  -��_.'���!���)!!  KBLOftNrt RECORD  Published every Thursday .at Kelowna,  Britiah Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Bate*:  Sl.50   par ysrvr;   76c. six   mooths     Unitr.l  tatss IO cat. additional  all subscriptions Mtvabl. in advaucs.  Subscrlb.,. al (bs rsirular rat. can hsve  ��tt* SiPtf, Marled tu Irieoda ai . diHtrvn.-.  at HALIf RATH, l..��� 7S otnU psr v..,,-.  This special privilM. U irri\nlo,l lor tire  puriMM ol advertising th, rrltv and djltrlul.  CANADIAN    INDIANS  INCREASING  IN NUMBERS  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  HOYD  V ,liib��tiiu���u Koysl Cllcs. ol Muaic, .od Islsly  will, Ktndri.W Vyiit. Mu.. Dae., Onanist .1 ih.  CaUtadral. Msasasstsi, Ens..  RECEIVES PUPILS  At th. Studio. Trsnch Block. K.lown..  Mu.ic   ol   ,,o,   o'.iciiphon   Mipolisd.  P.O. Box ��7  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITUH COLUMBIA I AND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  C.S. Ban ��s Tkons ������  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  live, le.sons in  PIANHl'OKTK, VIOLIN  and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise!  SrUDIf-Moiriaon-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR fc BUILDER  Plana and Specification* Prepared  and eitimate* given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residence*  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTBRINARY SURGEON  (Ciaaaals McGill Univ.,.li,)  Re*idence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages may be loft at the office o  Maun. Rattenbury tt Williams  Advertising Ratoo:  LUUUti NOI1UBS.  PHOKESHItlNAI.  CAULS  ETC., 21 osnts psr column inch wr woek.  LAND AMD T1KBBII NOTICE8-80 days. IS:  WATKRTrl0TlbB8-<W tor livs loMrllonr.  I.BUAL ADVaUTlSIMG-rirst    rn.erlum.    12  cats pat Har. seek subasuuoat loserlion, II  ClTsSlRW) ADVERTISKllliN'ltl-a osals wi  word Krsl laasxUaa. 1 oent psr word  lassrtloa.  IDVIRTIB  IIISPLAT AUVERTTIUBMKNTS-Twn In, I.,..  aad undsr.W una, PS. inca llrsl Irissrllnni  ov.t two ineaaa 40 Wi ear loch lira* in  swtioki.tO seats tier inch aarb inl.Miirjsril  lassrtloa.  All oaeatss ln matraot adv.rli.en.-nt, uiuhi  be la ta. hands ol tbs. printer bv . Tuesday  analog   to  Issus.  sosui.  publieatioa in  Ib.    neat  Miss PRANCES A. PEARSON  L.H.A.M. (London)  u.cl.M cured  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Boi 368, Kolowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��, Ultllit'a Kloch  Kelotona, B.C  CONCRETE  WORK  I bav�� �� complft* plant if power  iniier��� and all appliancaa for cpnerele  conatruction of avery kind, and am  devoting all mjr attention to this work,  in whioh I have had many yeara'  Aperienct.  All Kinds of ciircnt Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  R WITTER  The superintendent of Farmers' In-  Hliiuti'H, Btr. W. B. Scott, hus issued  a olrcular which stattw that the internal shown in various partu of thu  province in the subject of crop competition \%ah been the source of much  siitiafaction to thn Department of Agriculture. This pointB to the (net  that Kelowna-i is not to tho fore iu  thiB respect. Great keenness has, been  shown among members of Farmers' Institutes elsewhere, some places show*  ing indications of n large Increase in  contestants in the  IUI4  competitions.  The superintendent believes that as  the object of these interesting competitions become known they will become more nnd more popular. Thu  regulations governing the competitions  are changed each year According to tho  uvpeiience gained aod it is intended to  make the contests us attractive as  possible to Institute tponibers, A further circular is being printed and will  shortly be mailed to uach Institute  member. It is therefore extremely desirable that every member should show  appreciation of tho efforts made on th��  part of the Department of Agriculture  for the benefit of all farmers in the  province.  For the benefit of those who are  not members of the Farmern' Institute-  in this district it is well to point out  that the membership fee is BO cents  per annum ami this amount Is paid  now and will hold good until December .'.1st, 1914. The Hecretary is Mr.  B. G, Meyrick.  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday  of next woek tho local poultry show  will be held. The Poultry Association  have done what they could, or will  have by the time the show takes plntv  to make thu event a big success, and  it now remains with the poultry keepers of the district and the public  generally to do their part, the former  by swelling the entry list and the letter by attendance at  the show.  Kntries are coming fast,- tho secretary informs us, but still thoro ere  many people who will leave, tilings io  th.' last minute, For the benefit of  these tin. time limit for entries has  been'extended, to the end of the weeV,  and it is asked that they either see  the secretary, Mr. E. I.. War I, or  the president, Mr. Stockwell, or u.ait  their entries by Saturday. Lots of  people will hang up the officials with  unnecessary delay and then kick and  rritici/e if/things don't go ns smooth  ly'as they think they ought-to,  The show is to In' hold in tin old  exhibition building, and the committee  are determined to givo a show that  will make it well worth your while to  be present.' ,  Tho red men of Canada shows no  sign of following his American brother  to tho "happy hunting grounds" of  their forefathers. In othor words, the  Indians of Canada aro increasing and  are becoming industrious, intelligent,  moral, self-reliant and self respecting  citizens.  This is thc outstanding feature of tbe  report of.the department of Indian affairs just issued. Tho Indian population of Canada is given as 100,400 as  against 184,960 at the end of the fis-  eol year. There were decroatjes in some  of the tribes, but these wero mostly  Caused by the Indians moving from  ono province to another.  As has been experienced for many  years past, tuberculosis continues to  bo the most formidable of all maladies from which tho Indian race ha*  lo suffer. The department is doing  everything in its power to educate  them to importance of observing the  vital laws of hygiene, and by leaching them the value of good housing  conditions is doing much to reduce thu  number of tuberculosis oiises among  them.  A serious feature of the report is  thnt the death rate among llie various  tribes is extraordinarily heavy when  they live in close proximity to the  larger towns. One Tndian agent reports that the advent of the moving  pictures has had considerable to do  with Iatrcasing the mortality rate of  tha race.  He points out that Indians will  travel miles to the cilies in theeVen*  ing to see the "movies", often in inclement weather and recounts numerous deaths which ho traced to their  having roturned home late to damp  and Insanitary houses, where eondi-  mons were not conducive to health. The  death rale is greater and* the moral  standard lower when the tribe has easy  access to a city.  During tho year thero has. -iccordinsr  to the report been a marked imi.r.Vft-  ment in the mode of living aum.., th*  Indians generally.  Tho Indian is rapidly becoming better educated.  At present there are 240 tiny, W  boarding and 19 industrial Bchooh in  operation during the yoar. a total tf  H30 of all classes. The Indian, according to the report, is losing the love  for "fire wnter."  Poultry Notes  LONGER DAYS FOR HENS  How Electric  Light  Increases Output  Of EgRS.  Some interesting experiments as to  the effects of giving hens "longer days'  by means of eleotrio light havo been  in progress for some months at Orpington, Kent. These are now sufficiently advanced to allow some striking demonstrations being given at tho  Ideal Homo Exhibition at Olympla.  A dozen laying lions exhibited  by Mr. William II. Cook, who is' conducting tho experiments on his own  poultry farm, are to be divided by an  independent expert into two'batches of  six.  Ono batch will be treuted in the ordinary way and will be driven into a  darkened coop at f> o'clock, the normal sleeping time, at this season, while  the others will bo left to enjoy the  electric lights in the gallery at Olym  pia till the daily close of the exhibition at 10 p.m.  A census of:eggs is to be taken from  both coops, and tho results will be announced each day- Mr. Cook states  lhal his experiments load him to expect from two to threo extra eggs per  week from lhe birds which will live in  the electric light.  Nearly '200 yards of fowl-houses, con-  tainmg li.ilOll birds on Mr. Cook's poultry farm have been artificially lit during the dark mornings and early night  sine.; Christmas last and he states that  his totul increased output in eggs  during the dark months by this system hus been between 30 and 40 per  cent.  His fowl-houses are lit by .100 lamps  divided into 33, 16 and S candle power  lamps. These arc switched on at 6  o'clock in the evening. . At 9.30 tho  17 o.mdlo power lamps are employed,  and nt 10 o'clock the ,r. cindle power  lamps;are substituted for a quarter of  an hour before the hens are left in  darkness.  Mr. Cook explains thut it is necessary to give a rough imitation of the  setting sun, otherwise the hens would  go io sleep on the ground and become  a prey to parasites.  In the ense of young artificially incubated chickens tho electric light is  employed to make them teed longer,  and this, Mr. Cook, has found, accelerates their growth during tho winter  almost one-third.  TRANS-ATLANTIC   TELEPHONE A  FACT  The trans-Atlantic wireless telephone  is now an accomplished fact, according to a cable message to the London  Daily Mail from Sydney, C.B., whioh  says that Mr. Marconi had a three  minute.trans-Atlantic experimental con  venation between Clifdon. Cornwall,  and Glace Bay, (\B.  OFFICE:  CleimMit tt RiK"' olfit.  Raym��r Block  ���PHONE 104  RESIDENCE:  Wooliftry Av,  RfchtarStreal  ���PHONE 4?04 --.  W. C. AMEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOt.  Plan, and Estimates  KinLhinK WOfk a specialty  OCc* i No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Boa 511  DA I HYMEN  INDIGNANT  rxQunre into disasters on tiif,  GREAT LAKES  Tlio recent marine disasters on the  Great Lakes will likely bo made the  subject ol a thorough Inquiry by a  government committee, the duties of  which will not only consist in pcobltag  certain aspects ol the recent wreoltl  but to determine upon Home future line  of notion on lhe part of the government .to make iinvignlirm of the Greut,  Lukes iiinro nnlv.  City of Kelowna  COUNT    OF    UK VISION  Municipal Voters' List. 1914  Notioe is1 hereby given thut a Court  of Revision will be held on Wednesday,  December lOtb, 1913, at ten o'clock iu  the forenoon at the City Clerk's office  Bernard Avenue, for the purpose of  hearing and determining any application io strike out the name of any  perton which has been improperly  plaoed upon the Municipal Voters' list,  1914, or to place on suoh list the  name of any person improperly omitted from same, ^  Copies of the said list will, on    tho  Fifth da)' of December bo pbsted    on  Oic door of tlie Council ('hai)ibor and  in llio Poet Office, und remain so poat-  ihI until the sitting of the Court of  I.ovision.  (J. II. DUNN,  Kdownu, II, C. ('ity Clerk.  November  19th,  1913. 1-3  /  *****  W.M.Parker&Co.  HEADQUARTERS FOR   '  Exclusive Xmas Gifts  ****  -*Vit'*tvitiii  The intense indignation among tho  promineut dairymen of the lower  Mainland over the iuudc<|uulo reconi'  penje offered by the government for  cowii killed in conse-juence of an an-  neowHHnrJty exacting luborcuWn test,  has culminated in the Lower Nainlaad  Cnapi aad Milk Shippers' Association  challenginir the Hon. Price Ellison,  minister of' agriculture, and Duputv  Minister Scott to appear bofjM a  meeting of tho Mairy farmers at *]yv  Westminster to defend their stand  regarding the tuberculin tests ww enforced. It U common knowledge in  the dairying districts that many owners refused to kill the condemned animals. Th Richmonds two herds of over fifty were all condemned with the  exception of eight animals, although  apparently there is nothing wrong with  the cowe. The owners have refused to  kill thc cattle, but they are refraining  from disposing of the milk from these  condemnor] animals pending the remit.  of a protest against tho Hon. Price  Kllison's department. ' t  HOUKY IUKEN, OF PRINCETON, DOWNED  NEAR  HIS  GOAL LINK  IN YALE GAME  Tho great Hobey Baker was Princeton's fortress of strength when the  Bulldog "come back" and upBet the dope by tying and nearly vanquishing his traditional foee. Princeton's unexpectedly poor showing was  not in any way duo to Hobey��� his mighty and now famous ton wai  there with the wallop first and last.  i*V*ttii*  Xmas Gifts from Parkers  carry with them pleasantness & good cheer for all  THE splendid results of a careful, but  generous selection is shown in our  array of Gold, Silver and Art wares. The  grace and charm of the different designs,  their substantial weight and more than  ordinary moderateness in price have made  them unusually popular with Christmas  shoppers. It will give added pleasure to  your Christmas gift-buying if you solve  the problem of what to giv�� in our store.  We particularly Jcall Jyour attention to  our line of Wrist Watches. There is nothing more useful and yet ornamental.  Solid Gold Bracelet  Watoh.  17  , jewel, Lady Waltham. Gold Dial ,68.75  Solid Gold Bracelet Watch. 16  jewel. Elgiu. The sma'ioat watch  made in America. Perfect timekeeper   865.00  17 jewel Elgin Bracelot Watch   S30.IIO  Waltham Convertible Bracelet  Watoh   $20.00  Elgin   Bracelet   Watch.    Silvor  Dial   al8.60  Elgin   Bracelet    Watoh.   Silvor  Dial   918.00  Swing   Bracelet   Watch.     Gold  tilted       ��15.00  Swiss Bracelet Watoh. Silver ... $12.50  Leather strap wrist watches  $4.00 to  '$20.00  Exquisite little cameos, carved from the  prettiest of pink coral, when mounted in  Necklets, Pendants, Jabot Pins, Bar Pins  and Rings, form a suggestion for a most  pleasing Xmas gift.  We print a few suggestions which may  be of help in solving the gift problem:  LADIES  Wrlnt watohw, Lorgnette,  Chains, Fobs, Chatelaine  Ili'noi'hi'B, Rings, Brooch,  oa, Bracelets, Necklets,  Card Cases, Coin CaBes,  Hand Bags, Slippers in  Case, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Mesh Bags,  ���Tewel Cases, Loplmta,  Crossos, Pearl Opera  Glasses, Photo Frames,  La Tausoa Poarls, .Tabot  Pins, Wninl Sets, Silvor  ware, China, Cut . Gluss,  etc, etc.  GENTLEMEN  Bill Books, Tie JTolder,  .Can! Cases, Collar Bags,  Tobaooo Pouches, Cigar  I 'us���, Cigasotlo Camp,  < 'igar Cut tors, Penotls,  Key Kings, Hook Marks,  I'lioto Frames, Smoker  Sets, Canes, Pipqe, Cigar  Holders, Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Jars, Fountain Pens, Field Glaesos,  Tie Pine, Cuff Links,  Fobs, Chains, l.ookots,  HipgB, Watches, Military Brushes, etc. etc  Do your Xmas buying early. Make  your selection now and have us put anything away for you, and get it when convenient.  We par.': everything in a neat box, and  deliver or mail parcels to any address.  [*l'*,f*f'i~f ft  ImuIW^I  .ly............ B  *^TvT\^al  stetetete' fl  W.M.Parker&Co.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block (Plione 270) Kelowna B.C.  JKHOJOioKXOMQi^^ *X)IOttK^��3M0IC^^ .#  THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27, i913  KELOWNA RECORD  ap  RICHMOHD'S  REORGANIZATION  g'jggjiiiaLiJinwnii >mm*Mt  December 1st to December 6th inclusive  Only Six more short days after this week, and this Great Sale will be over. It's success has been  phenomenal. Everybody who took advantage of our extraordinary Bargain Offerings was satisfied, and  people returned day after day for more bargains. And now, these Last Six Days of our Sale we have  decided to make Record-Breakers in Bargain Giving.   Profit Taking has been eliminated, and wholesale  costs have been disregarded  Two Hours Every Day we have Set Aside for Extra Specials  10 to 11 a.m. and 3 to 4 o'clock p.m.  '���  Your Satisfaction  is the most important thing  to Richmond's. So we emphasize again the chief rule  of this store���Bring back anything not entirely satisfactory  and get your money back  without question.  During these Two Hours Every Day Special Lines of  Goods will be almost Given Away  Read the prices and descriptions below and come in and examine the goods. We know what your decision  will be. Besides these On ? Hour Specials we lave bargains galore in every line of merchandise we carry,  too numerous to mention in these advertisements. Every article has been reduced in price for your  especial benefit.   Our losses are your gain.  Don't miss the last week of this Grand Money-Saving Opportunity.  Your Boat Fare Pfid  if you come by boat fiom  within 50 miles and buy $25  worth or more.  No one who lives fear  enough to make the trip i n |wo  days or less can afford to yias  this money-saving chance.  r  Here  Monday, Dec. 1st  are  some of the Offerings of these Last Six Double-Barrelled Bargain Days  Tuesday, Dec. 2nd  10 to 11 a.m. only  35 Ladies'  Underskirts  Silk   TaffotaB,    Paillettes,   Satins,  Moreens, aU sizes and oolors, 81.50  and 96.00 value*.  One Hour Big Bargain Speoial, eaoh  $1.98  50 ladies'  Underskirts  Ueatherblooms, Silk Tails, Sateens  etc, colors,   Blaok, Navy, Brown,  Rah, Fawn,   Koyal,   Values up   to  a2.Nl.  One Hour Dig Bnrgain Special', eaoli  98c.  3 to 4 p.m. only  Suitable ior Christmas Gifts.  250 Pairs Ladies' & Children's  House Slippers  t  All sizes, comprising tke following  styles:  Waoouta Moooasin Slippers, wool  lined.  Felt HomeOB, leather nolo and heel,  fur trimmed, asaortod colors. .  Blaok Dongola Kid Busklni,, with  KlttBtio instep, leather soles and  heel. 81.76 and 82.00 values.  One Hour Big Bargain Speoial  per pair  98c.  Ladies' and Children's Felt  House Slippers  Colore, Brown and Cherry, fine  quality folt, bather sole. All Hues.  81.28 values  line    tlour    Rig    Bargain    Siieoial  per pair  ")c.  65(  10 to 11 a.m. only  25 pairs Hudson's  Bay all-wool Blankets  Tlie genuine article. The quality  of these goods is so well known  that further comment is unnecessary. Colors: White, Red, Brown,  , Blue and Green. Weights. 8 pounds,  10 pounds and 12 pounds.  The regular price of these goods  ia 11.00 por pound.  One    Hour    Big    Bargain   Special  per pound  62*c.  3 to 4 p.m. only  75 Misses' and  Children's Coats  All now stock in a beautiful range  of modols and oolorB��� dividtxl for  thia special sale, into throo lots'  LOT I.-Children's Costs. Sizes 2  to 4 yoars. Values up In ?3.5fl  Ons    Hour    Big   Bargain    Special  98c.  LOT IL��� Chlldren'B Coats, SizeB. 3  to 8 years. Valuos up to 86.00  One    Hour    Big   Bargain   Speoial  $1.98  LOT III.���Misses    Coats.  Sizes up  to 14 years.  Values up to 18.60  Ono    Hour    Big J?argnin   Special  $3.89  Wednesday,Dec.3rd  10 to 11 a.m. only  750 pairs Ladies'  Boots  Of thn beat makers of Canada und  the United States, including the  latest models and( lusts. The assortment comprises Patent Leather,  Gun Metals, Vici Kid and Box  Calf, und for quick selling we hnve  divided them into three Iota as  follows:  LOT [.-All Ladies' Boot* up to  SI.00 per pair, all  sizes  One    Tlour    Big   Bargain    Speoial  per pair  $1.95  LOT IT���AU Ladies' Boots up to  #5.00 por pair, all sizes  One    Hour   Big   Bargain   Speoial  $2.88  LOT 111.���All Ladies' Hoots up  to  87.00 per pnir  One   Hour   Bin    Bargain   Speoial  par pair  $3.89  3 to a p.m. only  120 pairs Towels  120    pairs    all    Linon lluokubaok  Towols,    nemsiitdhmt, good large  towols, excellent values, worth, up  to 81.00 pair  One    Hour   Big    Bargain   Special  per pair  48c.  Thursday, Dec. 4th  10 to II a.m. only  200 pairs heavy  worsted wool Hose  For Boys and Girls. An extra warm  stocking for winter, Alt Bizes from  6 to 8).. Black, only. Worth from  40c. to SOc. per pair.  One    Hour   Big    Bargain    Special  per pair  23c.  Friday, Dec. 5th  Store Closes Thursday  12.30 p.m.  10 to II a.m. only  280 prs. Boys' Boots  Made for hard service. All solid  leather, in Tan and black. Sizes 81  to 18 and 1 to 6. Tor quiok selling we have divided thorn into 3  lots, a i follows:  LOT 1.-   All , Boys   Boots   up to  82.26 per pair, all..sizes.  One    Hour    Big    Bargain    Special  per pair  $1.39  LOT IL- All  Boys Boots up    tq  83.00 per pair, all sizes.  One   Hour   Big    Bargain   Special  per pair "-  $1.89  LOT  III.���All    Boys Boots up to  81.00 per pair, all sizes.  One    Hour   Big    Bargain    Special  per pair  $2.39  All Friday Afternoon Only  250 Boys' Suits  and Overcoats  In a fine , assortment of patterns  nnd styles. AU sizes 22 to 34. We  have arranged them for special self  into four lots each aB follows:  BOYS SUITS  All 84.00,    84.60 and 86.00    Suits  eaoh     ����.H��  All 86.60.   86.00,   86.60 and 17.00  Suits, eaoh     8S��8  All 87.60,   88.00   and 88.60   8uits  eaoh     |4.8I  All 80.00, 89.60, 810,00 and 811.08  Suits, eaoh     88.Tt  BOYS OVERCOATS  All 85.00,   $6.50, 86.76 and    86.00  Overcoats, eaoh     ti.1t  All 87.00, '87.50,   88.00 anil   88.80  OvorcoatB, eaoh     tt.tH  All 80.00, 810,00, and 810.50 OvorcoatB, each    .... #6.Til  All   811.00    and 812.60   Overcoats  each     tt.HH  Saturday, Dec. 6th  All Saturday Morning  25SuitsMen'8Qold  Fleece Underwear  Either Combinations or Shirts and  Drawers. All sizes, the finest pure  wool underwear   on   the   market,  regular ��7.50 per su.\  Saturday Morning Special, per i,it  $4.69  25 Suits Men'i celebrated  Woltey Underweajf  Either Combinations or Shirt, and  Drawers. AU sizes. Regular    86.80  and 87.00 per suit/.  Saturday Morning Speoial, per anil  $3.89  AU Saturday Afternoon and  Eoeninfl  AU Men's Suits and Overcoats will  be sold at the following prices'  Men's Suits  815.00    and    818.00   Men's   Suits  eaoh        �����.�����  890.OO    and    821.00    Man's     suits  oaoh  'ill    tl*.M  822.60, 826.00   and 827.00     Men's  Suits, eaoh     II1.M  827.60,  828,00, 830.00, 832.60   and  835.00 Suits    SI* B*  Men's Overcoats  *12.5��1. 813.00, 813.60 Men's Overcoats   ��i st  816.00, 817.00, 818.00 Men's Over-  ooal,        $t.M  8*1.00, 821.00, 822.00, 893.00, Men's  Overcoats  ���    $18.64)  824.00. 826.00, 897.60 Mens Overcoats  i.    8I6.M  823.50 and 830.00 Overcoats   811. M  RICHMOND'S SuccessorstoL^uimeBros Kelowna, B.C KJELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1013  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, lliree-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Dnlicijus  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  D'Anjou  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Du Cornice  Bing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock  has  Won   lis  Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICFaS:  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TAKE NOTICE  OWING to the  increasing demands of our  Made to Order department we find it  necessary  to go  out of  Ready-to-Wear  Clothing and Gents.' Furnishing.  We have a large and well-assorted stock of  Suits aud Overcoats in up-to-date styles, which  we are prepared to dispose of at the very lowest  clearing prices.  DAVIES & MATHIE  uilor Shop, PENDOZI STREET  One block from main street  <j    It will pay you to walk this block  DRESSMAKING  High-Class, by experienced Dressmaker;  3  years  with  Drysdales,  Vancouver.  Best Work    Moderate Prices  Mrs. GRIFFITHS  RICHTER ST., opposite Nurseries  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lesvei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30  p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 s.m., 4 p.m.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, B.C.  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And is now  reedy te tske orders   for  made-to-measure garments (or the Crown  Tailoring Co.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays 8. Saturdays  Ltavei Kelowna 11 s.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  NOTICF  Notice is hereby given that at thc  next stntutory meeting pf tl e Board  of Licensing Commissioners for thc  Oity of Kelowns, 1, Arthur Peabody,  intend to apply lor a renewal of ray  lioenoe to sell liquor by retail in thc  premises known as the l'alaoe Hotel,  situated on tbe north side of Bernard  Avenue, between Water atreet and Pendozi street, in the t'lty of Kelowna,  B. C. Bl-fl3  | TOWN AND COUNTRY  NOTES   ; .  Mxh.     li.   K.   ScOtt,     lirutiMijittkur      IS  moving on Saturday noxt to Pm-oWi  aUeei opposite Sutherland '.venue.  ��� tt     tt     N  Mr. V. li. Burgef.8. of the financial  houHe of Burgess & t'o.f Toronto, paid  a viwit to Kolowna Inst Saturday,  looking ovor the district, lie left Sunday for Penticton.  ��� ���   *   #  The Kov. .1, 0. Switzer, puntor uf lho  Mftthodlst churoh, is at presont in thc  hospital, where he will undergo a  slight u pern lion. Me expects to bo baolf  again in his pulpit next weak.  ��� *   ��   ���  Mm. J, IT. Davies, local agent lor  llie SpireUn I'orset, has arranged to  he at Mrs. Mathie's (over tailor shop  I't'iidozi Si loot) every Saturday afternoon from  1,80 to (i p.m.  If you wanl I" see yOtir hoy go into ei'stai'ies of dollghl take him round  to sec James iV Trenwit'h's nlf.ot.rin  working  models,  ��� ft      ��       ��  Mr. Leon Robison is liolding an auction sale of Ins household offoots flat*  ijrday and will leave next week     for  San  I'Yitneisco.  Calif  The Vernon .Todkey Cluh are negotiating for the purchase of the ground  in the centre of the rare traek to  convert it  into a polo ground.  Declaration! from owners of  property anxious to got on the voters'  list for the year must he filos with thu  city clerk not later than Monday next  l.ctonil.cr I. The Court of Revision  is called for Wednesday Dec. 10th at  II adtro.  The premises until recently occupied  hy KIHott iV Copoland (who have moved into the Willits Block) will he opened early noxt week as u barbershop.  Mr. R. Webb, is starting the establishment,  which will he known as the  Cluh Barber Shop", and will lio  quipped with throe chairs. Three bath  rooms aro also being fitted up in connection.  Mr. Drury I'rvce's services have been  secured hy tho Kolowna Mimical and  Dramatic Society to load and conduct  their orchestra for'the coming senson.  It is hoped that all instrumentalists  will come forward to render such aid  mid. assistance as possible.  ��� ���   ���   ��  Messrs. 1''. Armstrong ami I.. Hayman have leased Morrison's new hall  for the winter season and aro seeking  ngagements for dances or private parties.   They are ulso starting  a series  f weekly dances, tho first of which  takes place Tuesday week, December 9.'  The U0W hall has about 3000 square  feet of clear dancing space, and a pol-  hed  hardwood  floor.    Tt   has  beside  II convenience**, such as Indies' and  gentlotnen'i dressing rooms, lavatories,  and a kitrhen with all utensils. It is  well  heated, lighted and  ventilated.  ��� �����������'  You are not forgetting to watch  Knowles #1.00 window from day to  lay, are vou?  The third il. C. Horse ,dauot> tabes  place Thursday   'next.  Dancing     8.80  to 13,80.  ��� ���   ��   ��  The new building for Messrs. Ed-  wards & kPoah. is now nearly completed and it is expected that it will   be  ready for occupation next week.  ��� ���   *   ��  Mr. H. U. Craig and family Irom  Calgary has just moved to town. Mr.  Craig is a recent purchaser in Glenmore und will reside! in   Kelowna Ior  the winter.  ��� ���   *   ���  Mr. and Mrs. Parker and Bon left  on Tuesday morning for Kelowna,  where Mr. Parker believed he will find  more scope for work in his profession  as a music teacher. ���Salmon Arm  Observer.  ��� ��   ���   *  Tho Chancel Guild of St. Michael  and All Angels Church will hold a sale  of fancy articles, suitable for Christmas present on Saturday next. The  sale will open ut '���'��� o'clock in the  Churchman's club room, Keller Block,  There will also be thc usual attractions, afternoon tea, sweet stall and  I.ran pie for the children. The guild is  looking forward to a generous support. Providing the goods are not  all disposed of dining the afternoon,  tho sale will be continued at 7 o'clock.  BAPTIST Y0UNQ PEOPLE'S SOCIETY REESTABLISHED  The Oak Hull Co.. lin  brick addition to their  week.  added a new  trououw. this  The young people of the Baptist  churoh and their friends held n Bocinl  on Monday evening to set goiu.r the  Young People's Society for the winler. There was a good attendance, und  Uev. D. -1. Welsh presided. A capital  program hail boon prepared by a commit too appointed for that purpose and  the following were tho items rendered:  Violin Solo, Selected ... Mr. Blackabie  Mixed Quartet, Uound,���MisB Duggan,  Miss Wilson, Mr. Pedlar, Mr. Weeks  Heading, Selected   Mrs. Armstrong  Duet, Oo Pretty Rose,  Miss Duggan,  Mrs.   Pelton.  Male Quartet, Loves Old Sweet Song.  Messrs,  Pedlar, Pelton,  Weeks and  Blackabie.  Recitation   Mr.  Blackabie  During tho course of tho evening  the society was organized and the following officers wore appointed'  President.���Mr. Bluckaby.  First Vice.���Mr. .1. ft. Knowles,  Second   Vice.-Mr.   P,   Harding.  Convenor of  literary  Committee.���  Mr. A. Dalgleish.  Convenor  of  Musical   Commiitee.���I  Mr. A. S, Wade.  Convenor of Membership Committee.  ���Miss Lena Wilson.  Convenor of    Social    Committee.���  Mrs. A. Pelton.  The prospects for the winter's ..meetings are good, as an energetic     committee is    looking after    ihe arrange*  ��� meut.s.  Next     Monday    evening   Rev. T). J.  'Welsh is to give an illustrated lecture  Ion the HolyiLand.  j    At   Ihe oloie of the program refresh -  ; meiits  were served.   O   | Keep in mind Knowles' watch gueat-  Ing for December 13th, absolutely ffoo,  I no charge or purchase required.  BARON TRAINING FOR NATIONAL HORSE SHOW  Baron de Morion, one of the invading French officers, getting in trim  at Central Park, Now York, for tho National Horse Show at MadiBon  S(|uare fiarden. New York, the equine claeslc of America. There were  1.7A0 entries in this year's show, representing seven different nntlonaM-  tleS. Madison Square 0 anion was transformed into a Roman amphitheatre, to give thn effoct of an arena of Nero's time. As in former  years one of thc most striking features was the riding nnd jumping of  the foreign officers.  I  1  H  Sterling Silver Toilet Articles  are  always  in  demand  at  Xmas  time.    An article bearing the sterling or hall mark ia n most acceptable  gift  and   is  sure   to   please,,  however small.  Among the new articlea to arrive  recently are-  Sterling Pin Cushions 85c. - $ 4.00  ���      Cologne Bottles 75c. -    18.00  ���      Smelling Salt Bottles 75c. -    16.00  ���      Ink Bottles $2.25 upwards  ���      Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Nail Files,  Shoe Horns, Salve, Tooth and Powder Boxes,  and many oilier pretty and useful articles at prices lo auit all  KNOWLES, Xmas Present Specialist  "The  Mo'st'Admia-ed'M^mw  ,..  :_��� .       ..   '.._.._      _-       '���!'���-   if    !l..iL,|i;     '���   .i:l  j.   P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full supply of Hams  and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  ���bout loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and lurrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ii only one GLENMOKE. Don't mias the opportunity of selecting a few acre* of thin detirabl*  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all   your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aad coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and tn splendid cofsVditiott.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  \ THURSDAY, N0VKMB1CR 27, 1913  ke;ivOWna record  Instructive Toys  for the intelligent bey. ln buying your boy or girl a  Christmas present don't forget lhat their recreations  now lay the foundation of their characters Rnd careers  later on.  Electric  Working Models  will give  your  boy his first  insight  into  the  power  which will one day run the world.  Bring him to see our Display  of  Electric  Motors, Trains, Cranes,   Dynamos,   Post  Card Projectors, and a host of other novelties.  Nothing Better for the Boy's Christmas Box  STRUCTO  Toy and Model Building Material. Builds bridges, trucks, machinery, cranes and other engineering structures.  Electric Appliances make ideal Christmas Presents for the home  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC STORE  Entrance to Opera House Water Street  Heads You Win  Tails We Loose  The Oak Hall Clothing Co. intends  holding a  Christmas Draw  Competition  From December 1 st until Christmas  Eve a Coupon will be given with  every dollar's worth of goods purchased, entitling the holder to a  chance of winning the following  prizes:  The Drawing will take place on Xmas Eve at  10 o'clock.    The owner of the first ticket  drawn will  receive free a  $30.00 Suit or Overcoat  Second ticket drawn  $12.50 Suitcase  Third ticket drawn  $4.50 Hat  CONSOLATION PRIZE.  To  the  Person  collecting the  Greatest Nunber of  Coupons we will give a  Free Gift of a $25.00 Suit  Perhaps you may be one of the Lucky Winners.  You stand a good chance by buying freely and often.  5 per cent, discount on all cash purchases.  Coupons given only with cash purchases.  Oak Hall Clothing Co.  Manager of Selling  Agency on Business  of the Past Year  I'i'utiotoii, Nov. '20.���In ordw to  fuitinly the fruit growers of the returns  being received for shipments this year,  Mr. U. Koberleon, manager of the  Central Belling agency of the Okana-  gun, uduVtaStftxl a large meeting of  (tie shareholder!, of the local association. Mr. Robertson, in an aHHross  punctuated with figures and facts  arising out of this year's business  spoke for a couple of hours, giving  iuteroHting facts to the growers,  which thoy bad previously hcen 'inac-  ipiaintod with.- ,  The reason for the delay, said Mr.  Robertson, in receiving the returns  for apricot shipment b had been not  only on account of delay in cloning  up the pools, but because of the poor  carrying qualities of this year's fruit.  This yeara apricots ripened too quickly and consequently many wero in  poor condition when they reached the  markets. 'Phis was in spite of t-be  most rigid' inspection.  After giving an exposition of tin.  niauner in which Ihe Oentral agency  hnd operated this year in respect to  selling to wholesalers, etc., Mr. Robertson admitte.1, in reply to questions,  thai a contract had been made with  The Mutual) Brokerage Oompanyi on  the prairies, by whicli tho A.l'.O. Tvtd.  paid the brokerage company a commission on every car of fruit or produce shipped from the valley, whether  or not it was sold through the oompany in question, ''Wa had to do the  best this year with the means foi  marketing at our disposal," continued  Mr. Robertson, We must not antagonize the wholesaler, for if wo had this  vear \ am sure wo would not have had  half lho distribution   thai   we did  bo-  CUl'O.  Mr. Russell-���If we are still selling  lo the wholesale .man and besides pay  a commission to a brokerage firm, for  selling, what is the good1 of the soiling  agency? We could ship to the wholesaler ourselves. As for antagonizing  them, you will antagonize any man  when you take his business away from  him.  .After quoting a long list of the  pools of peaches, in which Mr. Robertson pointed out the average prioe  secured Ihis year had been about 7fi  cents which would bo greatly reduced however by rebate claims, the  subject of the internal comi>ctition  was broached, aud the manager of  tho Oentral Agency glutei! lhat this  wus the busic reason that the initial  year of organization had nol beon a  more successful ono.  "Thoro would bo *"5,U00 to SltlO.OlW  moro money in the Okanagan today as  the result of fruit sales," declared Mr.  Robertson, "if this competition had  been eliminated, in cases where wo  met competition, our competitors found  it fit to go one better to undersell us.  Growers who aro now shipping in :e-  pcndeutly will find that they must .sacrifice something, for their unfair methods lose money, not only for themselves, but for tin: members of thu  unions."  In concluding, Mr. Robertson cited  instances where the A.&.G, Ltd., had  maintained high prices with high-  claBs goods, in the face of strong competition, and anticipated even greater  success in another year. As for returns. The North Pacific Fruit Distributors, an organization which practically controlled tho output of the  four fruit states across tho line, were  faced with (ho same difficulty, in spite  of their older and moro perfoct  mechanism.���Sun.  SKiiU) SOWING  Nature sows practically all her seeds  in the fall rather than in the spring.  Thoy lie under the leaf-mold or under  the snow until tho warmth of May  starts them into growth. Il is rather  odd that wo should have entirely .substituted tho spring sow ing of seeds for  nature's way. ft ie in faot still a good  practice to sow certain kinds of seeds  in late autumn. The Bweet pea is a  moit conspicuous example of this  practice, and everywhere, except in  heavy wet land, fall sowing will be  found advantageous. Tho gonoral rule  is to jbow in autumn those kinda of  plants having large, hard, well-protected seeds, and those which germinate early. It will be remembered  that many kinds of garden plants habitually "self-sow" their seeds. Familiar examples are the bachelor's button, the four-o'clock, lhe wild cucumber oi Dutchman's brooches and the  morning glories. .  A good many kinds of herbaceous  perennials may be moro Bafely transplanted in autumn than in spring.  This ia especially true of. such varieties as start into growth very early,  suoh aB Oriental poppies, columbine*.  peonies gad irises.  Allegations of rubber atrocities exceeding the horrors revealed some  years ago in Putumayo aro made in  respect to the Aoro territory in Brazil.  CANADIAN NORTHERN WORrC  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  Might of tho nineteen stool bridges  on tho British Coluurhm section of the  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway  have been completed, and are , now  available for traffic. Of the remaining  eleven, three are nt present under construction, and anothor will' bo commenced in a few dayH. T-ho latter is  near .laokass Motmtniu, l-li miles east  of Port Mann, at tho present end of  steel.  Ono of the huge bridges is at T.yt-  i.iii where tho C.N.R,, line crosses the  Praam* River a mile below lho town.  It will be H70 feet loug, and will be  constructed with four plate girder  spans and three dock truss spans. Tho  foundations have l>eon completed and  the superstructure is  well  advanced.  A ISO foot viaduct is being constructed in the Blaok Canyon, 18fi  miles east of Port Mann. Thero will  be a 210-foot through truss span and  a deck plate girder in the bridge.  At Mite 81 on the section of tho 0.  N\, north of Kamloops, a 600 foot  bridge is being erected over the North  Thompson River at Birch Island. Tho  structure will have seven spans, and  late reporls from the engineers io  charge state that four of the spans  have already been placed. Traffic is  being handled over the river to Mile 90  the present end of steel, by means of  a temporary structure.  NEW STEICL BRIDGE OVRR KOOTENAY RIVER COMI'LMTED  Constructed entirely by Doukhobor  labor under the supervision of a Vancouver firm of consulting engineers, the  new steel and concrete suspension  bridge over the Kootenay River et  Brilliant, near Nelson, has been completed at a cost of 145,000. The government contributed 820,0..,) of this  amount, as the bridge, which servos  the Doukhobor community, Is on the  highway route betweon Nelson and  Trail. The main span is 88] fcefr in  length. Four concrete pillars IS feet  high support the span and cables.  PORTABLE LAWNS OF GRASS  CARPET  Living-grass carpets that can be  used as table covora, coats, or for  temporary or permanent luwns are now  manufactured iu England. Thet are  really living carpets; for tho grass  with which they are covered continues  to grow in whatever place or uso the  carpet is put, as shown by nn illustrations appearing in the October  "Popular Mechanics Magazine". To  make them, millions of grass seeds are  sown on a strip of carpet in a green  house and allowed to sprout and grow  When the grass has taken root the  arpet can he handled like a rug. If a  temporary lawn is desired, the ground  is rolled and the carpet is laid down  in strips, afterward H can be taken  up and used elsewhere. When it is allowed to remain in one place, it tokos  root and forms a beautiful lawn. An  entire lawn can be laid in a day and  two lengthB of carpet will make a  cricket pitch.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SOI EDMUND WALKER. C. V.O, LL.D.. D.C.L., PtwUaat  ALEXANDER LAIRD  Gcnar.l Manatfsa"  JOHN AIB��  CAPITAL, $15,000,000.        REST, $12,500,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits ef $1 and  upwards Careful attention if fiven to every account Small account*  are welec-   id.   Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accou t may be opened in the names of twa ��r more persons,  withdrawals to be made by anv one of them or by tbe survivor. %.,  KELOWNA BRANCH . . - H. G. PANCMAN, Manager  1       2       3       4       5      6      7  21  20  19  Meal Ticket  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns & Smith, Props.  LAWRENCE AVE., opposite Methodbt Cb.  9  10  II  18      17       16      15      14       13      12  MORRISON'S  Dance Hall  LAWRENCE AVENUE  We are open to accept engagements for Private  and Public Dances.  3,000 sq. feet of Highly-Polished  Hardwood Floor  All conveniences, including Dressing-Rooms  (or  Ladies  and Gentlemen, Lavatories, Kitchen and necessary utensils, &c, complete.   Well heated, lighted and ventilated.  Music and refreshments arranged for  Prices on application to  ARMSTRONG & HAYMAN  Be at the  B.C. Horse Regimental Dance  December 4  Weekly dances start Tuesday, December 9th.   Duncan's  orchestra in attendance  MAKE certain of complete success in your concrete work  by always using  CANADAPortiand cement  We are supplying Canadian humer. with the highest quality cf Portland Cement k at possible  (or human skill to make.  We have reduced the price of Canada Portland Cement until it is within your reach for practkaly  every purpoie.   It ia the only building material that it not increasing in cost  Be sure to ask for Canada  Cement, in bags.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  It nu have ml receiijtd a frit copy ef'' rTkal the farmer can de with Concrete,'' nuriu t*r lnfertsutien  Department and git tne.    Wi a amptett practkat' cencrtU entyclcptdia.  ���mm KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY,, NOVEMBER 27, 1913  Kelowna has  Many Opportunities  But none greater than the  One Offered to the Furniture Buyer  In buying there are THREE essentials-ASSORTMENT, QUALITY, PRICE  WE HAVE ALL THREE  A $50,003 stock to select from; representing every grade of quality from Solid  Mahogany to Walnut and Surface Oak. Our December prices show a still further  cut.   Anticipate your wants for 1914, and save money by purchasing now.  Morris Chairs, $6.00,  Velour cushions  ,,        ���     $10.80  A large roomy chair, in qr. oak solid s ock  Morris Chairs, $20.00  With leather cushions  ArmChairs, $15.00  Solid   mahogany   throughout   (no   imitation)  cushion seat  Couches, solid oak and leather cushions, cheap at $35 $22.50  ���      in best tapestry coverings   12.50  Brass Beds, 2-in. post, any width..$ 15.00  ��� 2-in. continuous post. 18.00  Felt Mattresses, No. I quality     7.50  3-piece parlour suite, in leather... 31.00  Solid oak Buffet   22.50  Solid qr. oak Buffet  27.50  Extension Tables     8.50  Solid Oak        16.50  Qr. oak Pedestal Tables  22.50  Dressers, with best bevel plate mirrors $9.00;   with plain mirrors $7.00  Wash Stands to match, $4.50.    The quality of these is even more surprising than the price  Dressers, with 16 by 30 bevel mirror.. $13.50; with 20 by 36 bevel mirror.  $21.60,  We have many new lines of Bedroom  Furniture  in   Fumed   Oak,  Mahogany, Walnut and Enamelled  Goods, at reduced prices  .*.#��#��.������*#.,.'  ,���.������������������,���N*t  Our Den and Library lines are large  new and varied  Kitchen Cabinets in maple. $6.75  Iron Beds, brass trimmed  3.00  Bed Springs  2.15  Combination Felt Mattress... 4.00  Kitchen Tables, with drawer.. 2.80  Diners  85c. and 1.00  Rockers    1.35  GrassChairs  4.00  Goods Suitable for  Xmas  Presents, such as Cut Glass, Pictures, &c, a  specialty.  We buy in large  quantities, having  unloaded  FIVE CARS of Fall  and  Christmas Goods in three weeks, and thereby secure special prices.  We are at a minimum of expense (no rent to pay).  Our Customers Get the Benefit of Both.  Kelowna Furniture  Company  C 0 M M U X I C A T I O N  Retail Department, Pesidoa.i Street. Wholesale warehouse, Lawrence Avenue  rmmmmmssmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKm^mmmmmmmm  PROTECTION OF WUJ) BIRDS.  Editor Record,���  Dear Sir.-��� T would like to make un  appeal to protect the wild l.irdi. of tho  Okanagan Valley. The killing of tlie  wild birds is costing the fruil growers  large sums 'of monoy oaeh year, The  slaughter ol birds in this country if  appalling and is resulting in tremend^  OUB ln��s to tho fruit growers nnd tho  farmer*. Scientists have determined  by thorough Investigation, study and  computation, tlmt farmers and fruit  growers of this country ure suffering a  direct loss of over half a million dollars a year by mason of the senseless  and reck loss destruction of bird life  during the past three yeara. That ib,  tho crop values of the country aro  thnt much less a year than thoy would  be if the birds were here in their former numbers to koop down the insect  pests.  For example the cotton growers of  Texas are Buffering a loss of from  J35.fl00.000 to $.0,000,000 a year by  reasons of Ihe ravages of tho Boll  Weevil, au Insect that bores into the  rool of the cotton stalk, and destroys  it. A ml why? Because tho quail  and prairie chicken, meadow larks and  other birds which wore formerly there  In millions have been swept away by  thoughtless and reckless men and boys.  Scientific men announce that there is  no way on earth by which these insects can Iw destroyed unless the people of Texas restock the country with  lliese birds. I speak from personal  knowledge when T say that there wore  countless millions of those lirds in  Canada twenty years ago where there  are thousands today. The fruit growers and farmers are paying the penal*  ty. We are all helping to pay it in  tho way of higher prices for fruit and  farm products than we would have to  pay if the birds were here to do their  share of the yeoman's work. Tt is  the most natural thing in the world  for a Canadian hoy, as soon as ho  gats to l>e eight or ton years old to  want a gun of some kind and want  to get out into the country to practice with it. But there are plenty of  ways of acquiring skill in the use of a  rifle or shotgun without killing the  useful hirds. A groat varivty of tar  gets are provided, both Pixed and mov  ing and practinng on these you can  become just nn good shots ��s you can  by shooting birds.  Almost half a million guns are lw-  ing sold in this country every year,  and more than half the number are  Bold for eight dollars or less. Over  800,000,000 cartridges are being sold  in this country every year. A few of  those lire used for trap shooting, but  it is conservative to say that 300,  000,000 of them arc shot away on live  birds. When you como to think of  this output and consumption of cartridges, and thc robbing and destroying of liirds nests by collectors and  small boys it docs not seem strange  that so few birds are left. On the  contrary the wondor iB that a single  bird is loft alive on the continent.  1 am entirely conservative and accurate in saying that many thousand!  of mother birds have been killed in the  past ten yeara by market hunters in  order that lovely woman may decorate thoir headgear. As a resmit ol  this slaughter of hundreds of ihous  unds of young birds have been loft  in thoir oust to starve to death.  A civil cnginuer of the s��uth told  me a few years ago that ho had how  literally thousands of young aigrettue  lying dead, in and around their nests,  lho mother bird having been murdered  by the market hunters, and their  plumes used to decorate hats of so  called  Christian women.  The government has ucooutplishud a  groat deal in the way of good gam**  laws. It is now waging a campaign  prohibiting tbe uso of automatic and  pump guns. The people in the eastern provinces are thoroughly aroused  on aooount of this slaughter of birds  and the publio sentiment everywb  is that these slaughtering machines  be put out of business.' While sportsmen in some provinoes have already  secured the enactment uf laws prohibiting the shooting of having In por  R'ssion any part of any wild bird tor  decorative purposes. Why should not  the people of British Columbia Join  in this good work and protect both  tho beautiful and useful birds that ar*  left in this provinoe.  A BIRD PROTECTOR.   .���o���   HINDUS ON STRIKE IN SOUTH  AFRICA  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern  and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.    Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and thc best  the market affords  A Musical Evening it Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rates apply to  H. VINCE   -   Manager  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Phone 257 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop : IfCinWNA    RP  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage NbLUWlNA, D.L.  FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED  HOUSES TO RENT  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH     -     Proprietor  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   .   104  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelown  B.C.  >  Thero ib a great strike ol Hindu,  in Natal, South Africa, where them,  poopln are employed nn the sugar  plantations. Tbe cause of the strike,  it appears, is the refusal of the government to allow more Hindus to enter the oonntry. II is, the time ofthe  sugar harvest snd pome of the plantations havo been destroyed by the  striken. It is reported that in   India  tho nativeB are very nngry l�����  of  thc action of the Eutnj authorities.  'f SHIP YOUR FURS TO  SHUBERT  do Yutm run hcsincss Mum' win the i��l�� ���"!������� 'n'�� "���*>��  dealing exclusively In MIEKICM RAW HIRS  Get "Mora Money" for your FURS  SHIP YOUB l'UKS TO "NIIUBBBT"  .iri.H:rl)l',-rnip���n��ltlo-!,afe���I'lirllrrrirrowltli un unbleinlalredrep-  |UU��tkmer.istlliK fur "ni'irr, Hunt u'|U rtlerof aoormirv," rrloriKBU,--  cessiulret-itnlof tenilliiK I'm .S]i1ihnj.i:j-i>iiii>i-SATISFACTORY  ANU PUOIMTAIIl.lt rr-lutns. Wrilo for St. ��Hiuli���t a.WoK,,"  tlie only reliable, lu-mldle mt'.rket .r|H��rl ar.d prli-o list published.  Writ, lor :i-NOV.-tl,�� I'HKK  An   CUI inl'OT   F������   |MT WEST AUSTIN AVE.  . U. tiMUCtaK I , ITC, !)���.. Jio rlHCAI-.O,U.S.A. TTHTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  "fiJJ.'ll"!'."llW  IT'S A REAL  and many are going to profit by this exceptional offer.  Your Cash Purchases for one day refunded if your  receipt bears the date of the sealed ballot which wdl  be exposed at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 24th  Our entire stock Is at your service: Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Cutlery, Sleighs,  Skates, &c, Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Mats,  Pictures, &c.  DAY REMOVAL  BEGINNING  Saturday,Nov.22  AND ENDING  Wednesday, Dec. 24  At 8 p.m., when the distribution of cash  wil| take place  Christmas Gifts  i���  Fine Pictures  Always appreciated  Bedroom Chairs  Dressing Chairs  Dressing Tables  Easy Chairs & Rockers  At all pricea  Fancy Tables and  Jardiniere Stands  Pedestals  Rugs  In beautiful designs and finest quality  A consignment of Xmas Furniture (or Boys and Girls due to  arrive shortly  CONDITIONS OF SALE  Representing the 28 business days, we placed  with three prominent citizens 28 ballots each dated  consecutively from November 22nd, and each  ballot in a sealed envelope. The gentlemen have  deposited one envelope containing a Date in a safety  vault; the other 27 envelopes have been burned  intact.  NO person knows the Date.  All cash paid for purchases on this Date will be  refunded after 8 p.m., on the last day of the sale.  A receipt will be given for all Cash Purchases  during the sale.  This sale applies to our entire stock of Hardware and House Furnishings.  Be sure you keep all your receipts, some of  them may bear the Refund Date.  If you make a purchase every day you cannot miss  All goods will be sold at the regular prices less  the usual cash discount.  At 8 p.m., Wednesday, December 24th, the  Refund Date will be exposed in our window.  Christmas Gifts  'Tanada" Ranses  Lamps  Fancy Cut Glass  Community Silver  Cutlery of all kinds  Carving Sets  Hockey Spates  Hand Sleighs  Many other Xmas Novelties in  transit and just what the boys and  girls want  Remember, the total of one day's CASH SALES will be refunded on Wednesday, December 24th, after 8 p.m.  Keep your receipts Jfatch our windows  Hardware  DALGLEISH & HARDING C=E KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913  20 te 25%  OFF SPOT CASH PRICES  on Men's Suits  and Overcoats  This ia an  exceptional opportunity  to get your new Fall Clothing  at  a  Great Saving.  Suits  Regular    -     $8.50 to  Sale Price -   $6.50 to  $30.00  $24.00  Overcoats  Reg. $14.   Sale Price  Re8.    15. Sale Price  Reg.   25, Sale Price  $10.00  11.50  20.00  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  in  First-Class Style  at reasonable price*  I H. F. I Men's  ������ill I���  Clothing  & Furnishings  Willits Block  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIM.  KKGULATIONS  Loul luiuiny ii^liii. of ihe lluiuiwou  iu Manitoba, Saskuiuhuwan uud Alber-  U, tho Yukon Territory, the North*  went 'lurntontv., and in a portion ol  the 1'rovinou of Britiah Columbia, may  be leaned fur u term of twenty-one  yearn ut un aiuiuul' it'iiial uf $1 an  iici-u. Not more thuu 'J.50U aurea  will be leaded to una applicant.  Application for tha leaae 11..1..1 ba  uiade by the applicant iu peraon to  the Agvul ur BubvAgODt uf tht, dititriot  in which tbe rtyrhtu ttppUed for are  aituated.  in surveyed territory tha laud must  be deeeribed by section.), ur logul sub*  divisions of aectiona, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the true! applied lor  shall be atak��d out by llie applicant  hixnaelf.  I'.acIl upplicaliou must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not o'.-i-ufvise.  A royalty ahall be paid on tha merchantable output of the mine at tha  rate of five cents per ton.  The portion operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full ijuuutity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are. not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will includo the coal mining rights only, but thu leasee may  be permitted lo purchase whatever  a.ailable NirfftCU rights muy lm considered necessary for the working of  tho mini, ut Lhfl rule of $10 an acre,  For full information (application  should be mtul.' to the secretary of  thi* Ik-rmrlmeiit of the Interior, Ot  fii.vn. or to any Agent or Suit Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBY,  Peputv   Minister of thu Interior,  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  lliii nilvertif*.-m.'nt will tutt bo paid  for.  Black Mountain School  District  RUTLAND  The trustees are calling for tenders,  for tha erection of a driving shed on  tbe school groundc, IS x Ut feet. The  plans and Kpenifi ration* fun be Heen  at the Rutland utore.  - AI.S0 -  Tenders for ���.!. cords of 4-foot wood  (fir or pine). It cords to be delivered  by .fun. I, 1914 and IS cords by  Nov. I, 1914. Wood to be stacked  for measuring. Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be  Kent to S. Oray, secretary, not later  than Dec. 1. 1913. 51-2  W. C. A1TKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Eatimate s  Finishing work a specialty  Office I No, 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Bos 511  SAVING GIRDLED TURKS  Thousands of fruit trees nro girdled  every year by mica and rabbit,.. Some  nn1 damaged ;to such an extent that  there is no chance of recovery, while  other* ure not Injured to un appreciable entent. But for those trees  which are not completely ruined, what  means can be used to save them?  Prof. .0. C. Vincent of the Idaho agri  cultural college, says that by resorting to any of the following methods  the trees muy bo saved:  First, if the injury extends only  around D portion of tlie tree and ie  neur the base, it will heal over In one  or two seasons by banking up the soil  over it. This shuuM lw done before  thu wood l)ee(iines dry. The soil should  l�� piled about a foot high and presatd  firmly around the base of (he tree.fln  case tht. wound cannot lv covered with  soil, it should be covered with boM  grafting wax aud wrapped with three  or four layers of burlap. New bark  should soon form under thu cover ifi  the o\|x>sad surface has not become  ton dry. Trees completely girdled have  been suv.-d in this way.  Girdled trees can also lw saved by  -..���.win,: "ft l-elow the injury and cleft  grafting stub. If th.- stub is over  an inch in diameter, two soions should  Im1 Inserted which will hasten the healing uf the wound. At thc close ol the  first season the weaker one la relinked. From the scion inserted tt  Btrong tree will bo developed in two  of threo years. Trees that have been  saved in this way will come into  hearim- about us soon as other* not  girdled, set  ut  the same time.  Another way to save trees, if the  injury extends completely around the  tree, is by bridge grafting. By this  Hystein( scions which hav��been nit to  a wedge at each end us tor cleft grafting, ure Inserted in the live hark  1I1 rt iu;-h o|>enings cut above and be  low the wound. These seiuns will carry  over the Nap until the wound Is covered. The scions should be about, two  inches apart. After setting the wions,  the parts are waxed and then everything is covered with burlap. 'Ibis  o|>crution should be performed before  the buds have started to swell.  A good wax to use for this ! ind of  work is made af the following in^re-  dlontl. Resin, one pound; tallow, one  ounce; alcohol, eight ounces. To make  thu alcoholic wa\ melt the resin and  tallow together. Then remove from  thu fire aud add the alcohol after allowing the liquid to cool eomewluit-  Stir until n thick paste is formed. In  order to keep the wax in paste form  it will be necessary to place in closed  receptacles.  MUSIC I.Y-TEU'.l'HOVTC  Hy connecting a player piano to the  country telephone system a piano  company in Indiana is in u position to  supply music to thu homes of all tbe  telephone subscribers, and at thc same  time advertise their business in un effective manner. At first the scheme  attracted only a curious crowd. but  Inter thu Company begun to receive  hundreds of telephone culls from persons anxious to hear their favorite  songs. The Hue is of good tone, und  where party lines are in operation us  many as twelve families frequently  heur the concert at one time. Tbe connection of the player piano with the  telephone  system   is a  simple    matter,  nnd consists only of u pyramidal hou��-  ing at the back of the instrument,  which focuses the sound to an ordinary telephone transmit.er.  The llevetstoke city council, it is ru-  poctcd, is re, oiling iu books to tin  ravel a shortage mystery. They have  only discovered t. defiolenoy up to date  of tft.000.  Thc date of thc opening seuslon of  parliament will soon be determined by  tho government. ,January 15 has been  considered us the most likely time, but-  it is now said to be quite likely that  it will be earlier. Custom dictates that  the hou.se open on a Thursday, owing  to the official and social fixtures at  tendunt OQ the occasion and it will  not Ik.' surprising if it is summoned  for .January 8.  A verdict of guilty wus returned by  a jury in the assizes in the oase of  Mr. Spencer Itobinson, of Houth Vancouver, who for the third time had  been charged with forgery and uttor*  ing, in connection with a 4300 cheque  which was over-iBsued in September,  1911, to Messrs. Broom & Pattinson,  contractors, on a warrant issued by  thc accused.  What threatened to Income on open  rupture between the Canadian Pacific  railway nnd its maintcnance-of-way  men has simmered down, the parties  having agreed to the appointment of  ao arbitration board. Approximately  22,000 men are affected, consisting of  about 5,000 engaged on the eastern  linos, aind 17,000 in the west. The men  have demanded an Increase averaging  15 per cent, which in some cases run  as high as 35 per cent/.  DISTRIBUTION    OF > SEED   GEAIN  AND POTATOES PEOM BX-  PERIaTRNTAL FARMS  Hy iutttrucliuns of tlie Eon. Minister  of Agriculture a distribution ol superior bortu of grain and potatoes will  bu made during tlie coming winter  and spring to Cuuudian farmers. Tha  samples fur general distribution ��� will  consist of spring wheat (B Ibe), white  outs (4 lbs.), barley (5 lbs.) and field  |M'as (6* lbs.). These will bo sent . ut  Irom Ottawa. A distribution of potatoes in {'.\ lb. Samples} wilt be curried on from several1 of the t.xpuTi'nmi'  tul farms, the Central farm at Ottawa supplying only the provinces ol  Ontario and Quebec. All samples will  bo sent free, by mail.  Applicants must give particulars in  regard to tbe soil on their farms, and  some account of their experience with  such kinds of grain (or potatoes) as  they bave grown, so (hat u promising  scat for their conditions may be selected.  Kuch application must be separate  and must bo signed by tho applicant.  Only one sample of grain and one ol  potatoes can be sent to each farm.  Applications 011 any kind of printed  form cannot be accepted. If (wo or  more samples are asked for in thn  same lot tor only one will  be. sent.  As th>> supply of sued is limited, farmers are advised to apply early; but  the aonlloations will nut necessarily be  filled in the exact order in which they  are received. Preference will always  be given to the most thorough and ov-  plicit requests, Applications received  after the end of January will probably be too late.  All applications for grain (and applications from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the Dominion Cereal  ist. Central Rxpsrlmontal Farm, Ottawa. Such applications require no  [lostage. If otherwise addressed delay  and disappointment   may occur,  Applications for potatoes, from farmers in other provinces should bo addressed (postage prepaid) to the superintendent of the nearest branch Y.\-  porlmoijtal farm in that province,  .1, H. GBISDALB,  Director of Dominion Experimental  Farms.  TUK|DAIUY TYPE  The form which goud dairy cattle  possess results from the milk-produc-  ng function which they develop. Their  four main centres of activity��� the  digestive system, the milk secreting  system, or udder, thu circulatory system, und the nervous system. To'produce large quantities of milk is iB necessary that a cow (or a bull, if he becomes the sire I of cows capable of producing u large quantity of milk) have  these systems well developed. Good  producing cows and good dairy sires  invariably have good dairy form: because, it is the high degree of development of these parts known us the digestive, secretive, circulatory and nervous systems which give the dairy  animal the .dairy   form.  A cow that has a good dairy form  has a Ivan appearance over-every part  of thu body, which Indicates a nervous  temperament, and lhat she utilizes a  large proportion of tlm feed consumed  for the making of milk. She has a  wedge shaped appearance, viewml  from above, in front and from the  sides, The wedge shaped nppoarni.es  from ubove results from the narrow  projecting wethers which form tho  upex of the wedge, and the large bur-  rel, below the base ol Ihe wedge. The  wedge viewed from in front Is made  by llie narrowness of the cow )u front  compared wilh the width nt the  widest part nf the barrel or through  the region of (he hips. The wedge-  shaped uppeurunee from the side  comes from the dairy cow having lees  depth in the region of the shoulders  than in tho region of the barrel and  udder. The more mnrked these  wedges, the more closely an animal  conforms to the dairy typo,  MAW AKiltl'.TTKS AUK ONLY  IMITATIONS  Most of tbe plumage seized by the  customs inspectors at New York as  aigrettes, which aro prohibited from  the States, proved to he imitations  made of horsehair, customs officials  announced after completing their appraisal of the confiscated  ornaments.  Originally valued by the Inspectors  at $3,000 to 81,000, the value of the  so-called aigrettes has dwindled down  to $400 and they probably will be returned to the women who wore forced  to surrender ��them.  Appraisers snid the imitations were  clover and had been sold to Amorican  women in European shops at prices  oqual to those of tho genuino plumage.  Only ten per [cent, of the seizure proved to be what their owners declared  they wore in placing values upon them  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church/  Holy Communion, Brit aad  third Sundaya in the  month ft- fl a.m.; aecond and fourth Sundays, after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the firat and third Sundayi.  Minnim. Prayar ,'t II  o'clock;   Eveninc Prayer at  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  Firat and third Sunday in month. Holy Communion  alfla.m,   Matina and Litany,  II a.m.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evenaonif 7:3U  REV. THOS. GREENE. D, A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Aaaiat.nt Prie.t.  PRESBYTERIAN  Km... Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Mornini Service! at II a.m.;cv��niniaarviceaat 7:30  P.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayar Meatinn on Wedneadaya at I p.m,  Rev. A. DUNN. D.D.. Paator.  BENVOULIN PBBSBYTKRIAN  CHUBCH  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.       Sunday School  2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Service II a.m.       Sunday School 10 a,m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.45 p.m.       Sunday S-hool 3 p.m.  Rrv. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Paator  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbat). Sondes ut 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wednsula. at B p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Lll.ce St.  Sabbath Servicea at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m  Sabbat!. School at 2.30 p.m.      All welcome  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  DON'T FORGET  to     arrange   in-  time for the  PHOTOGRAPH  you intend sending to the  OLD COUNTRY  for  CHRISTMAS  GRAY'S  STUDIO  is open (or sittings  EVERY DAY  From 10 to 3.  Rowcliffe Bl.ck, near Posl Office  SKAl.lil) TENU14BI- uddiwawl lo th.  umlMmyiiwI, mid ouiloisul "'Teudor for  Immigration IMoiition Uoaiiilul Building, VuuuouvBt, H. ���'.." will lw ro-  rui\��l nl tliin office UUlil 1.00 p.m,, ou  Monday, l*>��Mnb��r !W, l*.��i:i, lor th��  iiraoUou ol tlm ubove named building.  rlmm, 8|��uiliciiliou 'uud form o! oon-  Uiiul win bu ninm und form, of uindor  obluiiiml ul Ibis ikiparliuuiil, at the  office of W. Uenderson, I'.w|., btarident  Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on application to Mr. A. .1. Cbiabolm, cure-  takci1, 1'ubllo Building. Vancouver, B.  C.  Turnout, tendering are notified that  tenders will not bo oonsldeted uiilem,  made on tbe printed foiint, supplied,  uud signed with their aetunl nigna-  liirim, stating their oooupatfbni and  places of resioVnce. In the can�� of  firms, the aotual signature, the nature  of the occupation and place of residence of eacb tnenibor of tbe firm must  be given.  Kuch tender must 1�� accnmpunied by  an n rccpted obetp.e on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  WorkB, equal to ten per cent (10 p.o.)  of tho amount of the tender, whioh,  will be forfeited if the iwrson tendering  docline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do ho, or fnil to complete the work contractu! for. IT the  tender be not accepted th. ohequawill  be roturned. ���  By order.  R.  C. DF���SROr.HF,BR,  Secretary.  Department  of Public Work*.  Ottawa, November Id, 1(113.  Newspapers will' not bo paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from tho department.       1-2  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W. HAUG  The  66  40m\)\ icitssr*  '" "��� 'ajw-L    ��L�����  ���'���%dt:  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative is now in London, Eng.   Send in your  list snd get in touch  with English  buyers  m&        ':,".*.v.v...\:",.\;  The broiler door is so roomy  and well arranged that a rich  juicy steak or toast can be  done to turn without the  usual tiring, stooping necessary with common ranges.  This and many other exclusive convenient features . increase the pleasure of kitchen  work and should be insisted  upon in the range you buy.  #'$?$��&  l  ���:-.',    -.  TORONTO   MONTREAL  \V!N*'l"'n   Y��IVCOl'y!-'R  HAMILTON, CALCiAkY 8AfJKATOOM   ITAIONTON   ^/li!  Sold in Kelowna by Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  LONDON  UT. J.'JIir THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 191S  KELOWNA aBCOllD  CAR LOAD ,OF  Cutters & Sleighs  Sleighs in 2in. 2i and 3 in. runners.  Cutters in many different styles.  ALSO   !  Rubber Lined Rugs  Horse Blankets,    Fur Robes,  Wool Rugs,  Water Proof Blankets.  The Management  of Turkeys  BY J. R. THKRY, CHIEF 1'OUI.TRY  l^STlUXTOR [iW'IlKR TCB  ].. ('. HOVKltNilUNT  We Always Carry a Splendid Slock of  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES      CLUJ3 BAGS     TEL.ESCOF-ES  Baled Hay and Feed of all Kinds  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealen in  . I  Farm and Orchard   Implements  Pendozi treat & Uw^.i-  Avenue      -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  Advertise and thn world stands witli you. Quit, and you stand alone.  . In a recently issued circular, Mr. -I.  K. Terry, the provincial poultry man,  <|iseusHcs in an interesting way the  difficult though profitable ml of miring turkeys.  Although generally somewhat more  difficult, to rear than common poultry,  la. says turkey-mining, under favorable  ciiiumstanees, haw proved to be a very  remunerative occupation, especially in  those parts of thc province where considerable insect life abound.., climatic  conditions are suitable, and.plenty of  acreage i.. available.  Breeds  Of the several breeds���Bronze, White,  Buff, Varragansett, etc.���the first two  are thn most popular and profitable  varieties. They also are the largest.  The standard weights of Bronze are:  For torn, 33 poundn; hen, 20 pounds,  young torn, 25 pounds,; pullet, 10  pounds. This, however, is an nonor-  nial weight, atid such specimens are  lichi-rnlly too large for liteeding purposes.  I  Location  and   Equipment  I  I Although turkeys have been and are  1 being profitably reared in moist eli-  : mates, yet localities where the rain-  I fall is slight, such as the Okanagan  I valley, Similkameen, East and , West  Kootenay, northern British Columbia,  along the Skeena River, Nechaeko. ths  I'.ulkley Valley, and the Boundary, are  more favourable sites for successful  turkey-raising, and naturally provide a  great deal of the turkey's sustenance.  Very little equipment is needed by  those engaging in this branch of 1 oul-  try work. Coops for setting hens, ami  later to act as shelters for the young  ponIts, ��� are needed. When turkeys  roost in trees or on buildings, in locations where no vermin, such as coon,  lynv or large owls, are present, it is  a good plan to encourage this course,  except in except ioually severe weather.  A wire corral placed around outdoor  roosting places is excellent protection  from coyotes.  Wat ing ami Breeding,  Quite a  number of successful breedu  ers mnte young fonis lo fully matured  ���mP  young females, but it, is much safer  (br beginners to mate young tonus or  touts lo two-year-old females. The  auniher of females to mate depends on.  ���the male bird. From five to ten females may be places with neighbor's  male for a few days during the breed-'  ing season. This practice should noi  he encouraged, however, on account of  If if en tion by the scourgi' "black-head."  Vearliug hens will lay more eggs  than older hens, but the latter eggs  hatch stronger and more vigorous  poults. Ileus, gent-rally are profitable  up to four yeara of ago. Toms of this  age, generally, are cross and Uj,'-.-r-  ous to children. Jjens from 18 to 20  pounds, lay more fertile eggs and make  better 1 mothers than larger ones. See  that  breading stock aro not too fat.  Breeding pens sliould l)e allowed as  much range aB possible and free access  to pasturage, or, where this is not  available, green-food should lie provided regularly. Medium-sized flocks, nut  exceeding 1 fifty birds, seem to be most  profitable.  The females Bhoukl lie watched when  .out on range, so as to discover thdir  nests. Unless it is desired that the  turkey-hen be allowed to hatch eggs,  it is advisable to remove all eggs from  the nest regularly, care being taken,  however, to leave a nest-egg. Where  there is danger from vermin eating  the ��Lrgs, the hens should be encouraged to nest near their shelter, or in  lomo protected spot near by. When  eggs are given to a common \jroody  hen to hatch���a plan which has its  advantages, inasmuch as the turkey-  hen will generally lay a second clutch  of eggs���not more than from si.x to  eight eggs should be given; the number  01",course, depending on the size ofthe  hen. Turkey-hens will cover nn many  as seventeen or eighteen eggs. Especial  care1- should be taken to see that the  setter, whether turkey or common hen,  be properly dusted with insect powder  to kill off all insects before hatching  of eggs. Turkey-eggs take from 28 to  HO days to hatch, and may be successfully hatched in an incubator. The operation is. however, less successful than  the natural method. When run tn an  incubator, the thermometer needs to  be lifted so as to be at least level  with th<j top of eggs, and the temperature not to exceed 101. degrees. Applications of moisture by means of a  dump cloth dipped in warn water and  then spread over the eggs for a few  minuter after being wrung fairly dry  will prove helpful.  When     hatched,     (he young  turkeys  should 1ms together with hen, placed  out un clean, sweet, short sod, and  confined to a small., run' in front ofthe  coop for a few days. Do not teed till  poults are twenty-four hours old. All  food given should be placed on flat  boards, which should be cleaned regularly. Tlie "first feed may consist of a  masii mixed crumbly, consisting of  hard boiled egg, shell included, bread  crumbs, onion tops, dandelion leaves,  or lawn clippings���tho whole being  ground fine in a mincer. This may be  fed twice daily, alternated'with a feed  of bread squeezed dry after being well  soaked iu mill., or a mash of shorts  and oatmeal mixed crumbly with sweet  skim or buttermilk. Cracked wheat,  corn, and pin-head granulated oatmeal may be given as a change feed  after a few days. One advantage of a  common hen as a mother is that ihe  ih less. liable to tire the turkey chicks  than a parent hen. The latter ex-  pecially on range where,the vegetation  is high, will sometimes range so far  that' the weakest of the chick* will  become exhausted and die.  The hen may be allowed to roam  with the young after they are about  a week or ten days old, depending, of  course, upen the weather. After this  wheve free range is provided, three  meals a day are sufficient till tbe birds  are about three months old. After  that, twice or even once a day may  prove sufficient. The feeds at this  time may consist of one of hard grain  at night���wheat and corn or oats���and  corn or oats���and, if needed, a mash  in the morning of shortB and skim  milk. The mash should always be fed  on a board for fear of contamination.  The young stock should b* encouraged to roam as much as possible, and  never allowed near the quarters of  common fowl of ducks. Their feeding  places should always be as far away  from the hen-yards as possible. Fail-  Ore to observe this, very frequently  ends in' disaster, as the common fowl  prove excellent hosts for the most fatal of all turkey diseases��� "blackhead."  It is dangerous to let them out during wet weather, when only a few days  old. A large, roomy coop is necessary  so thyt they may not suffer during da-  tention.  The period known aa "shooting the  red" is one of the most critical for  young turkeys. Providing, however,  they are properly attended to, *nd are  from good vigorous stock, they should  emerge through   (nil trying time suc-  cessfull{. Draught proof and clean  shelter must be provided.  Turkeys should not be ov��rcrowd#d  or confined. Not more than ten or  fifteen ahould be run to the acre.  Where the young stook are fed regularly in the evening, it should not be  difficult to get them to roost in their  proper quarters, or in ��� trees, where  no vermin abottttd  Before marketing surplus stock, they  should be penned up in a small, clean  run, and (ed on toft feed for at leajrt  1 wo woek s. The fattening mash may  consist of equal parts ground oats,  shorts, white middlings, and corn-meal  mixed quite sloppy with skim or butter milk. 'This should be fed twice  daily, and all remains removed ten  minuted after feeding. They whould be  fed only half rations for'the first three  or four days, to promote an appetite.  Oive milk or water to drink.  When killing or marketing, the mistake is often made of selling tlie largest and finest tarkeys. A sufficient  number of the very best should always  be kept for stock purposes. The former proceeding soon tends to make the  rearing more difficult, and, of course,  lees profitable. The largest, if abnormally so, need not be retained. Sufficient strong, sturdy, medium sized  toms should be retained, and well conditioned, medium to large females.  "Black-head/' tuberculosis, cholera,  enteritis, and roup are among the very  worst enemies the turkey breeder has  to contend with. He cannot be too  careful in selecting and purchasing his  breeding stock. If possible, all stock  should be bought on approval, a  month being none too long. The first  mentioned disease is found among  turkeys in practically all parts of the  world, and, owing to its inBioHouaness,  is almost impossible to contend with  successfully. L  ifAKIXG WEDDING FILMS  Making picture films of weddings is  the latest departure of a cinematograph company at Paris, France. The  company is sending out the following  circulars to couplet, whose engagements  are announced in the newspapers.  "Nuptial Kinema. To engaged persons: Do you wish to preserve a vivid,  living recollection of tfte happiest day  of your life? Have a film taken of  the ceremony of your wedding and in  after yean you will be able to st>*  yourself on the BCreen���young, loving,  full of hope in the future. Prospectus  on demand."  550 DOLLARS IN PRIZES  IN OUR BIG VOTING CONTEST  NOW GOING ON  To increase our fall business we have decided to add Four More Prizes to our Piano Voting Contest. These prizes  are all of the highest quality and are guaranteed by the makers. You are not too late to enter the contest even at   '- this late date and secure one of these valuable prizes  List of Prizes to be Given Away FREE in our  Voting Contest on December 31st  1.     )-.                                 ���','    -i'l  P  i  !  -  jv  I                                 '    >il>ll>,i-  aa  ,���'���'*  .      . .  .' -1*                                                               ������  :-������'������.'  j                                           1   (  ; ;,v ��                                                                  |  i  Ik                 .UL                    sJ'  ���fl -,-';  jz  ft  1st Prize  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  ����  >��  >>  Upton Upright Grand Piano.  McClary's Kootenay Range.  Sunset Sewing Machine.  Stephenson Washing Machine.  I Set Sheffield Carvers.  Morrison - Thompson Hardware Company, Ltd. AftLOWNA RECOKD  THURSDAY, NOVKMBER 27, 1913  DOW FORGET  to    arrange   in  lime for the  PHOTOGRAPH  -  you intend sending to the  OLD COUNTRY  for  CHRISTMAS  GRAY'S  STUDIO  is open for sittings  EVERY DAY  From 10 lo 3.  Rowcliffe Bl.ck, u.nr Pott Office  Second Hand  Harness  If you   have any to aril or if  you  want lo buy, tee  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  for the cold weather  If you want your h.rnes. properly and quickly REPAIRED.  Altered or Clr.ocl. Thorolinaon is  your man.    H. speci.li.es in  Harness Repairing  .nd puts hand sewing into all Work  done.  First store bcy.nd Bank'of Montreal, WATEI ST., KELOWNA  Excavating,   Weil   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.       P.O. Box 541  Gaddes-McTavish  Unfed  FOR RENT  1 iun.ll new Im-urc at $15   prr   inonlli.  Alto 2 large new houses wild all modern convenience!.  'Phone 217      -      Leckie Block  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  Successor to II. Horrocks ,  Water Street, near Opera House  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call and inspect our atock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  fcc.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Easy Terms, $3 per  month.  Liberal Discount for Cash.  Parts for all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  SPECIAL:  A large assortment of Silesia China.  1 Show Case,   -   2 Washing  Machines  2 Stock Saddles.   2 Tenia With Frames  Field Glasses and Stoves of Every  description.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELO-VNA.  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Houses on Wilson   Avenue.  Containing three Bedrooms, Dining and  Living rooms, Kitchen and Bath rooms  Electric Light and City Water. Finished  in Mission, Ceilings Beamed, Plate rail. etc.  Abo one containing two Bedrooms, Living  room, Kitchen and Bath room. Summer  Kitchen and Basement, electric light and  city water. Fir finishing througout.  Both have large lots.  For terms Ac prices of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilson Ave.  or  P. O. Box 12, Kelowna.  NOTICE  Owing to unavoidable cixcum-UanoM,  ihe proprietor.? of the White Restaurant have decided to discontinue business.  The Okanagan Loan & Investment  Company Ltd., has been asked to  handle all the accounts.  Any person huving an aoeount  agaiist ur will please -mil in particulars to the Okanagan Loan & Invest  ment Company Ltd., on or before the  30th, November, 1913.  AH accounts owing to us should be  paid to the same company who will  grant full discharge.  November lot. 1913.  THE WHITE RESTAURANT  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  "���( �� '   ,  m ii i  G. H. I HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Laffeet Studio* ia the Interior  Portrait* by appointment  PcatWxi Street,   -   Kafewia  Whitehead & Co.  Office : Leon Ave. Phonr 307  DEALERS IN  Wood, Coal & Coke  Pine,   Fir,   Cottonwood  and Slabs  |n I or 2 rick lots at $2.75  per rick.  In Wagon load lots at  $2.50  per riclc.  SEALED TENDERS addreas��d io the  j undersigned, und endorsed "Tender* fur  Drill Hall. Victoria, B.C.," will be ro-  'ueived until 4.00 p.m., on Thursday.  'December 11, 1913, for tho construction  'of a Drill Hall at Victoria, B.C.  I Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms ol tender  obtained on application to the office  [of Win. Henderson, resident architect,  j Viotoria, B. C, and al this Department,  Persons tendering are notified thut  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, statiug their occupations and  places of residence. In tin; case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  wf the aooupation. and place of residence of each member of the firm must  be given,  l.iaoh lender must be accompanied by  nn accepted cheque on a chiirt.tfe.1  bank, payable to tlie Order of thn  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal lo ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of Ihi> amount of llie tender, which  will bo forfeited if tlie person tendering  decline lo enter into a contract wheu  called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  lender be not accepted lhe cheque will  be returned.  The department does not bind itsBelf  to accept  the lowest  or any  tender.  By order,  I!. ('. DESR0OH1.ES,  Secretary.  Depart m  of Public Works,  Ottawa, November II. 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department      52-01  1\ THE COUNTY 00BRT OF YALK  HOLDEN AT VERNON  In the Matter of the Estate of Walter  Zovich, Deceased and In tho Mutter of the ''Administration Act."  All persona having claims against the  estate of the above named decetastfd  are required to send the same ���witli  all particulars thereof duly verified to  lhe undersign.*! on or hefooe the l&th  day of December, 1913, and all persons  Indebted to the said deceased are re-  uuired to pay the amount' of such indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.  Dated 'this 15th day of November,  1918.  ARTHUR 0. COCHRANE  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT Y.'ERXON  In the Matter of the Estate of Pistil  (���uitfCppe. Deceased and in the,Matter of the '"Administration   Act."  .^��/^���VV^^'��^^,,^Vl^vV���WN'V,N*,^���^.-,^���^'���w���^,^^^���'^*%^  All persui.B having claims 'against  the estate of the above named deceased are required to send the same with  all paHioulers thereof duly vurVled to  the undersigned on or before tlie 15th  day of Din-ember, l.l|... and all |��er-  HOns indebted to the said decease.I aiv  rofulred  lu pay the amount  of    suoli  Indebtedness to tlie  leftrigned  forth  with.  Dated this IRtll day "f Nofnitl-.r-r.  1918,  Ut'l'lU'U 0. COCUIHNE  Official administrator, Okanngan  Elwloral   District,   Vernon.   |��.(\    52-01  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER \ CONTltACTOR  i Estimates furnished on dll descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and  Spe*tftcaboijwt piepared for  town and country icaidences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, .11 lilted ���will, bath luom,,  W.C, hoi vr.ler. tte.  P.O. ?h* 185  Clifton Boarding House  GLENN AVENUE  Open December 1st, 1913  EIRST CUSS BOAJtlJ  WELL .FURNISHED ROOMS'  RATES MODERATE  Terms on Appiicattoni  Hoi CM, Kelowna, R. 0.  K. C. BUNRETT, Prop.'.  GOVERNMENT  ASSISTANCE TO  TIMOTHY (..ROWERS  A  striking example of the necessity  uf improvements in the methods of  cleaning Timothy seed oan be seen in  (he following figures which are published by the Dominion Seed Laboratory,  Calgary, where u number of samples  were tested for farmers nnd merchants.  The samples in almost every case  were of exceptionally fine quality, and  had they been properly cleaned would  rank amongst the first  on the market.  The Buitabi.it*- of many, parts of  Alberta and British Columbia far the  growing of timothy for seed is unques-  I tollable, and it is the intention of  the government, through the Sied  ..ranch, to ussist farmers in then  methods of handling anil marketing  their seed.  Last year the Dominion seed laboratory at GaJgary. nxamined 317 sampler* of Timothy, of which 155 were  received from farmers, 136 of these  came from Alberta, 'I from British  Columbia, 8 from Manitoba and 1  from  the  United  States.  Of the .117 samples received 2T8 weru  foe    weed seeds and graded  aXamlned  is follows:  Extra  No  Ifejecled   Samples containing more than 8(1  noxious weed seeds or a total of '100  of all kinds of weed seeds per ounce  ure rejected and are prohibited from  sale under section 9, of the "Seed  Control Act."  Lambs quarters is by far the most  prevalent weed seed found in Western  grown timothy, occurring in 204 of the  samples. Rough cinquefoil iB next, being found in 138 Samples. Other common weed seeds are worm-seed mus-  lurd, gentian, yarrow, blue-eyed grass,  pepper grass, tower mustard, evening  primrose, western false flax, ball mustard, curled dock and catch Hy, Many  of these weed seeds could be easily removed from timothy by an ordinary  funning mill, fitted with ,the proper  sieves.  Farmers having timothy seed are  invited to send samples to the Seed  laboratory, Calgary for grading^ or to  receive information as to the proper  sieves to be usod for cleaning thoir  particular si'ed.  Sample bags tn which seed may be  sent, ns well as further particulars in  regard to taking and sending samples,  may be had by sending a request to  the above address.  Twenty-five samples of seed will 1��  lasted free of charge for nny one par-  lv. after that 25 cent* n sample is  charged.   O   H.H.II. Prince Arthur of Connaught  will lay the foundation stone of the  New British Columbia offices, which  are to be erected on thc site of the  old Continental Hotel, Kos. 1 and 3  Regent  street, Ottawa.   o   The Ottawa Free Press Bays' "There  will be a government bill this season  to restrict the capitalization of stook  companies. The practice of watering  stock, has been carried on in Canada  during the past decade in such a way  that many Canadian industries have  been irrigated to the point of saturation."  NOTICE UK ASSli-iNMltuNT  fcolioe is hereby given that George  Arthur Dowser, of the City of rielowna  in the County of Vale, Duilder and  Contractor, has by deed of Assiga-  mudu in pursuenoe of the "Creditors'  Trust Deeds Aot" and Amending Aet*,  fluted the 21st day of November, A.D.  11.13, assigned all his personal property, ruul csh.lt.., credits! uud effects,  which may bu seized and sold under  execution, to Reginald Kdwanl Seeley,  of ihe City of Kelowna, Accountant,  for thu general benefit of his creditors.  A meeting of the creditors will bs  h.ld at Coates, Edwards 6l Gowen  Block, in the City of Kelowna, at  eleven (11) o'clock in the forenoon, on  Mae Fifth day of December, A.D., 1913,  for tbe giving of 'directions with reference to the disposal of the estate.  \n*i notice is hereby further givso  that all creditors and others having  claims against the estate are njquirod  In file the same with the Assignee on  or before the Fourth day of Deoenrber,  A.D., 101.., with full particulars of  their claims duly verified, and the nature of the securities, if any, held by  them. All parties indelvteil to the said  estate * ure requested to pay tbe  amounts of their indebtedness forthwith to the Assignee.  And notice is hereby further given  that alter the 5th day of December,  A.D., 1013, the Assignee will proceed  to distribute the assets amongst the  creditors of whose debts or claims he  shall then have had notice, and he  wilt not be responsible for the assets  or any part thereof so distributed to  any creditors of whose debt or claim  he shall not than have received notice.  Dated at Kelowna, B. C, this 2*nd  .fey of November. A.D., 11)13.  REGINALD EDWARD SEELEY  1 Assignee.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and  night  Phone 154  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  CUT FLOWERS0  POT PLANTS  Carnations  (or Christmas Gifts  A FEW BULBS LEFT  Phon.88 PALMER & ROGERSON       p.o.Box ii  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A  large  acreage will  be  planted  this  spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, Dalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely   pure water.    Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  'Phon,- 240  P,C Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinist* and Engineers  We Repair  (Garage in connection)  Saw Mill Machinery, Factory   Machinery,  Steam Engines, Steam Fillings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock   CoM  Rollcd  Sl,aftln&  Bolu' Screws,   Nuls,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agenls for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  also for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR  ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK   we   have   engaged  the  services  of an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-class  shops.    We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  .      . KELOWNA. B  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnitihecl on all kinds of buildings.    , Residences and Modern  . Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  1 have a lull line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited THTRBDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913  KELOWNA   RECORD  Stationery  Specidl  There is nothing whatever the matter with  this writing paper. It is  simply that we were  able: to purchase a quantity at a special price,  and to clear it out quickly will sell  A pound of Paper and  1912 LUMBER PRODUCTION  Marked Decrease from Out ol 1911.  Enough Envelopes  to Match for  65c.  Stationery is always  needed and this is an  opportunity to secure  a supply of good quality  at wholesale price.  See the display in our window.  P. B. Wits t Co:  Kelowna.     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  The total cut of lumber in Canada  in 1912 was l,:M,723,000 liitf. hoard  measure, valued al JS<i8,-17o,7ftl, which  which production represents a decrease  of ten per cent from that of 1911.  There was a greater or has decreise  in each province except Saskatchewan,  where during 1912 the out increased hy  If, per cent.,, 19 pe�� cent., of the lumber there produced wing spruce. Ontario still leads tho province), hi lumber productiorf, cutting 31.6 rier oent..  of the" total: British Columbia makes  a close second, and. as its percentage  production is increasing, while thut of  Ontario is falling off, the position of  these two provinces may possible b.  reversed in the report for 1913.  Twenty-eight different kinds r.f rood  were reported ns being sawn Into lumber in 1912, the leading species rjeing  spruoe, wnile pine, Douglas fir and  hemlock. The cut of these Bpecies is  increasing every year, with the exception of whito pine, which had remained practically stationary since !H)9  and which Irom present indications,  will soon take third or even fourth  place.  There wero also cut in Cannda dining (his period 1 ,.r>78,34fl,flfl0 sbbgles  valued at ?3,17S,319: 899,910,000 lath,  valued at 13.064,692. and 65,90(1 tons'  of square timber, valued at $1,82.1,151.  The increase of 89.9 per cent., in the  cut of square timber is noteworthy,  for this is the first increase since 1877i  Detailed statistics regarding the production of lumber, lath, square timber  and shingles for 1912 can bo obtained  from thc Director of Forestry, Ottawa.  MORE RAILWAY BELT MAPS  OF B. C. ISSUED AT OTTAWA  BIG  REVENUE FROM GAME  LICENSES  Attorney General, Hon. W. .1. Bowser, states with five months' returns  yet to go of the game license year,  the license fees have already amounted  to 183.000 in lho province. The estimate made at the time thc new licence fee regulations went into effect  this year was only !t!6,00u. The fee  for non-resident big game hunters  alone have totaled $6,440. It is the  intention of the government to 'put aa  large an amount as possible of this  total of 183,000 back into the work of  building up tho province as a sportsman's paradise  The Port Moody and Yale, and Donald sheels of the series of four maps  covering the Dominion railway bell in  ihe provinoe of British Columbia ate  now available for distribuliun from  Ihe Railway Lands Brunch of the Department of the Interior, af'Ottawa.  This sel of maps, the Kamloops and  Lvtton and Sicamous sheets of whioh  wero, issued a short time ago, shows  in a graphic way the land situation  to a very reoont date and the standing of each quarter section according  lo the records of the Department at  that date.  The sheets have been published on a  large scale, namely three miles l_o the  inch, and this, combined wiih the 9010"  paratively simple system of colouring  which has been adhered lo in the preparation of the map, makes it a very  interesting publication.  In addition to the information with  respect to disposition of land, etc. the  location of boundaries of all Dominion  Forest Reserved, Timber Berths, Indian Reserves and Grazing Leases are  clearly shown, together with Post  Office nnd railway, information.  Copies Free ot Charge  Copies of the Port Moody and Yale  or Ihe Donald sheet may now be obtained free of charge upon application  to F.C.C. Lynch, Superintendent of  Railway Lands, Department of the  Interior, Ottawa.  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to Hit Pal  In which Jimmy toll, ot Kalowo. happenioa.  U�� Mr. Sidutiv Jlarpw. et Vanoouvsr, B. 0.  POST OFFICES NOT BIG ENOUGH  FOR PARCEL POST  In connection with the arrangements  being mado for the establishment of  the system of parcels post, one of Ihe  principal difficulties to be encountered  is the lack of accommodation In many  of the oity postolfices. In aW of the  large cities either new buildings are  being built or the present ones enlarged, but at the outset at least, the  service seems likely to be somewhat  handicapped owing to the want of  space.  If yon are bothered with headaches,  squint or cross-eye or if the glasses  you now have are unsuitable, oonsult  the Specialist in thc Lakeview Hotel,  Friday and Saturday, December 28th  and 29th. 52-1  STOP! LISTEN!!  Only 23 more shopping days before Christmas  Make our store Your store  Santa Claus' Headquarters  TOYS, TOYS and TOYS  Dtiac Sid,��� Your remittance is at  li/md, for which 1 thank you very  much; you certainly saved my life.  The wolf wns clawing at the door so  Htrong that 1 thought he wai fio'iug  to break in any minute. Honest, Sid.  I was so Bhort, that when my Herat  hurt, 1 couldn't tell whether ii wiih  a tooth ache or not. If money ..lined  1 certainly would have been using the  deaf and dumb  alphabet.  T met ooe of the Kelowna hand  boys the other day and he told me  that the band liked their new lender  fine and dandy, he said it was a pleasure flaying under a man who knew  Ins business and that the band was  showing very marked improvement. If  this be true (and may heaven grant  that it is) we will have a band next  summer that will be a credit to our  fair city, ond not one that every time  they play makes you feel like grabbing  up an axe and murdering some aged  man or woman.  While I am Bpeaking of murte I  want to remark that our little Opera  House orcberrtr,. m certainly f?oln(f  Home. Theu are Hure the hit of the  season, and the best part of it Is tney  are getting better every time they appear. You have got to Rhow me. I  don't believe there is u town tho size  of Kelowna anywhere under the blue  canopy that has any better music  than we have right here at the Opera  House.  Since we started using our new  screen our matinees have proven decidedly popular. There are so many  people who, being unable to attend  the show at night, find the matinees  quite convenient1.  Next Thursday we have "The Battle  of Waterloo". This picture is in four  reels and is as near as possible an  historically correct reproduction of  that moBt famous battle. No story  runs through the picture. It is simply a vivid and life-like portrayal of  varying scenes from the battle, taken  at the very spot on which they occurred. This picture ia due to draw a  banner house.  As we draw nearer Christmas time,  Sid, it seems to be the fashion to  wish people pleasant things. ,Now the  most pleasant thing T can imagine is  Living in Kelowna, so 1 will close by  wishing that you may spend the rest  of your checkered career on the shores  of the Okanagan, breathing the life-  giving ozone and basking in the never  failing sun of this favored land.  Vnry truly yours,  J1MWY.  INTERESTING   AMUSEMENTS  AT  PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION  AND TREE ORNAMENTS  Nothing Over 25 cents  Look over our display for suggestions  in economical Xmas Gifts  You must Shop Early to get the Best Variety  Watch for old Saint Nick!     He will make our store his headquarters  .  and make his tour around the city  Something in Santas Bag for the Children  Among the interesting amusement  concessions to be presented on the  "midwgy" at1 the Panama-Pacific Exposition, will be "Toylaad Grown Up/  a walled city in whioh the buildings  will be enlarged reproductions of children's toys. The concession wiH be  presented by Frederick Thompson, the  famous creator of Luna Park at Coney Island. Toy 1 und grown up will be  almost an exposition in itself, covering twelve acres, costing more than  ��1,000,000. It will require more than  1,000,000 feet' of lumber and its street*  and canals if stretched in a row will  be five miles long. The walled city  will be entered by three mammoth  gates; the first gate will be the Gate  of Pun; tho second gate will be the  Gate of Fairyland, the gate of l>ouuty;  the third gate is the entrance to tha  City of the 'Wicked King, where is held  captive the doll princess; this is tbe  Gate of Thrills, Among other features of Toyland will be Mother nub-  bard's Cupboard, sixty feet high; the  Great Shoe, as large as a six-story  building, in part, in the form of a  side-wheel steamer, siuw it will have  huge wheel* by moans of which the  sight seer will be raitwd aloft. In  Toyland, too, there will Iw the CHy  of Peter Pan, ,the town that never  grew up.  5C to 25<^ STORE  PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION     -  UAILWAY NEAHLY COMPLETED  The Paniudu-Pucific International Exposition haa nearly ootnplotod tha installation of its own standard gauge  railway system for use in the expeditious delivery of material and exhibits  before the exposition opens and their  removal upon Uie close of the exposition on December 4, 1915. By means  of this r railway, in connect ion with the  exposition freight ferry slip, exhibitors  may have the cars loaded at |iolnt  of shipment and delivered in tho exhibit polacos at San Francisco. This  will be the first of the great Amerlcnn  expositions to be held lat a sea port  and the largest and heaviest foreign  exhibits will be unloaded on the exposition grounds from ooeau-going  steamers. Many of tho exhibits will  cost 1250,000 to $350,000 and upward.  "V'Ufr >,  Picture Framing  - ��� ��� -   "' -'"  I can guarantee the very best clau of work in thia line, tha raauk al  ten year.' experience.   Picture, cleaned, r.mountcd nail framed.   A  I        good seleclionof mouldings. r    11/        '      '.    '  i .j ��,, r  Cabinet Maying & Fumitaft Repairs  As a practical Cabinet Matter I ean aMuro yon thai every job entrusted to me will be neatly and carefully exeemed. Have your  broken furniture repaired before it ia too lata.  General Household Jobbing  It ia often difficult to find someone who can do the little odd yaks of  repairing and fixing around a houee. Send a postcard and I wilt be  on hand promptly.  W. EASTON  Bernard Avenue (opposite new Bank of Commerce)  (Formerly Josselyn'. Warehouse)  COMING!  Representing  Dr. KILBURGER  Eyesight Specialit*  The Toric Optical Company  %**..**&  Eye Examiner* and  Makers of Quality Glass  l3l.HaatingaSt.Weat  Vancouver, B.C.  WILL BE IN  LAKEVIEW HOTEL. KELOWNA  Friday and Saturday, December 28129  and will be pleased to have persons with defective eyesight  call and consult him.  Eyeglasses, Spectacles and Artificial Eyea fitted at a r.uonable charge  Siti'.action guaranteed absolutely on all work done  JQrd  Everything comes to him who  waits���except success. Fords art  chosen by men who " get there "���  by men who demand a dependable  car that's always "on the job.** They  choose the Ford because of its splendid record for consistent service  $713 is the new price of the Ford runabout i tha  touring car is $763, f. o. b. Kelowna. complete  with equipment. Cot catalogue and particular,  from Burkank Motor Company,  Kelowna, B. C  Kelowna Growers' Exchange Feed Department  West side of Abbott Street, adjoining Gty Park  TELEPHONES:  Feed Store 29;  Office and Warebouee, 37  Flour and Feed, Seeds. Poultry Feed, Spitzetiberg, Spyjf  and Yellow Newtown Apples and Produce  FLOUR.-  Hobin Hood or Five Roses  tt Ib. sack   I.Tt  S8 Ib.  sack   1 41  l'rairie Pride Patent  Id lb. saok   I.��t  ��8 Ib. saek   S.M  Graham, 4�� lb. sack   I ��|  ROLLED 0AT8.-  Hobin Flood Brand, 8 fbe       .(5  Robin Hood Brand 2* lbs        .���  liobin Hood Brand M lbs. Ml  BRAN 10* lbs  IM  BARLEY, IM lha     I.M  Feed in ton and half-ton lot., $2  We give 5 per cent. Discount for  CH0P8.-  Barlev,   IM Ibe   Oats and Barley, IS* lbs.  Oats, IM lbs   Wheat and Barley, let) Ik..  CORN. IM Ib. saek    CORN, Cracked IM. lbs ...  IVY, Timothy IM lbs. ...  H0LASSIN HEAL, IM lbs.  OATS, Standard, It* be ...  OATS, Crusher! IM fa ...  Oil, CAKE MEAL, IM K��.  SHORTS, IM lb*   WHEAT FALI..-  Cood (Jr.de, Me lbs   IM  l.i  Ml  S.M  S.M  IM  ::  IM  3  per ton lee. than above sessaa..  spot caah on all feed psmUass. aBLOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, KOVEMB(5R 27, 1��13  { WANTED! )  Prepaid Hates: 2 oenta per word  Hrat inaertion and 1 oent per word for  each anbeequ���t inaertion. No ad., inserted for less than 26 centa.  All classified ndverti-WmenU moat be  paid for in advance owing to the oost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy nmy be received for these ftds  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB SALE.-Stack of grain hay, mixed wheat aad oats, about 17 tona,  near K.L.U. bridge. This iu good  dean feed put up without rata and  will be sold cheup for cash. IL S,  Hall, Kelownn. 51-2  DOG FOR SALK  oranian.   Apply  ���Thoroughbred Pptn*  P,0.  Rox :11T     53-1  FOR SALB-Creiun Separator (Capital.) New, ('heap for cash. W. II.  May, Pendozi stive.. 1-3  PROPERTY FOR BALE  [���OU SALK- 20 acre* fine fruit and  hay land, six mile* from Kelowna on  Vernon road; also 7-roomed house  and two fine building lots onWilaon  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lake-  view hotel. 23tf.  FOR SALE.���Bioyob (Loa Francos, Co-  VOfttry) almost nt'w. Three ape.*!  [four, fee.' wheel, Brooks saddle, Lucas, lamp, two breaks, Duiilnp tiro*,  tools and all aooessortos, In parfoot  condition. A bargain. Apply box "A"  Record 1  FOR RENT��� Furnished room, Central !  .\pply  Box   "('"  Record. f>2tf.  NOTICE  Fence  posts for sale on tha ground  HOUSE   FOR   RHNT.-fi   rooms,    city or delivered. Apply  light   and    water about  2(��0     yards | ^    STIRLING   or tha '  OKANAGAN  LOAN  k INVEST-  Uf MENT CO. LTD.  north of Presbyterian church on Rich  ter street. $20 a month. Apply G.A.  Fisher,  Crowley ...lock ltf  TO LKT.���Two comfortable bed rooms.  Partial board if desired. Apply box  "Al"  Ruoord. I  FOR UKNT -Good ..-roomed thuok,  one-half acre, fenced, jrrusfi, chicken  houses, ate, < 'hickcnH optional. Cor.  Puller and  ISthol street, N. 1-2  LOST  SITUATIONS WANTED  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid farm property close to Kelowna, comprising 21 acres (���"> acres in  ���.it-hard, pear*, plums ami prunes, hal  saijoe in meadow). Finest soil, free ir  in.ja.ieja. Splendid location, ^ootl house  viiL good well1. Team, implements,  and household effect)., with quantity of  ivd can also lie included in sale. The  i ritu spread over three years. Further info, (nation can he given at tte  i'**rd  office X  ���ssaesBt  1ARRIED MAN SFEKS SITUATION  on farm, thoroughly experienced,  OApabto of taking charge. Apply ho*  "A" Record. 51-01  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE - Alfalfa. Timothy and  ''Ur#r, >and eeeond cut Clover. Delivered or ia stack. Apply Central  Okaaagaa Land*.- 0*., or Glenmore  Raaeh. 44 tf.  HAT FOR BALE - $18.00 per ton  ia the staek. O. A. Pears.-, Creek-  title. 4M(.  FOR SALE��� Second hand LadieB* side  saddle. Alee stoek saddle in perfect  eoadtftioa.       Thomlinson'*     Harnean  ftw mi  HOUSEWORK WANTED -by    young  Italian woman.   Regular situation if  possible, Apply P.O. box 600.    52-01  WANTED. Servant, experiences, wishes situation. Scotchi Apply box '"It"  Record. 52-03  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  HOUSE TO RENT -Six rooms, bath.  etc. City water and light, with stable and one acre garden. Apply P.O.  Box 235. 50-2  COTTAGE    FOR SALK OU Rl.NT.-  Apply box "K" Record 52-1  LOST��� Brindled deer-hound puppy.  Reward if brought to Mrs. Pitcairn.  Pendozi  street. 52-2  LOST - Brown mare about BOO lbs, 5  years old, half Belgian half Shetland, Almost black in winter, Likely  lo bt) in vicinity of Duck Lake. Finder suitably rewarded. Dr. Knox,  Kelowna. 52-1  POUND  Ol ND  -adr  fl a small  sail boat  Own  er  ���un  hav  e  same  In  proving  prop-  ert;  nnd  laying exp  ���uses.     R  ux,"S  M"  Record  51tf.  TEAOHER WANTED  Qualified Protestant teacher for  Glenroan School1. Duties to commence  as soon as possible. Salary $61 par  month.     Female  preferred.   Apply      to  THOS.  II. HOCKEY, Secy.  Gleurosa P.O., Westbank, B.C.        liltf.  ��20 RKWARD for return of brown  horse* 5 years old, white spot on  forehead. I black feet, branded J^on  left shoulder. Bert Robinson. Weet-  bsnk. 49-53  SPIRE LI. A CORSETS  Including waists for children from  I to 11 years. Mrs. >), H. Daviea will  be at Mrs. Mutlne's (over tailor ishop,  IVmlozi street, between the .hours of  1.30 and (( p.m.. Saturdays of each  week. ('Phone I.H..) to meet ladim  wishing to order corsets. P. 0. Box  020. 48-5  FOUND.���On Bernard avenue last  week a fur necklet. Owner enquire at  [.ocord office, x  MISCELLANEOUS  EXPERT PRUNING.- Reference,. Appl,. I'attoQ Bros. Lakeview Hotel or  Phone  112. 1-2  TO   RENT-    Furnished  room,     with  use of    bath.    Heated.    Apply ���). A.  Rigger. 52tf,  I10U8K WANTED- Heavy draft horse  -Musi be sound and voting. Apply  Kelowna  Growers   Exchange. I  HAY FOR SALE-About 30 tons timothy and Clover in stack at Rutland.  Apply  A.  H.   Johnston,  Rutland 52-1  FOR SALE���Ladies Pet driving mare.  I years old, sound, gentle and thoroughly broken for lady or child to  handle. New Buggy, harness, robes,  ste,    C. E. Woodman. '   52-1  HOUSE FOR BENT.- Sutherland ave-  nue, just off Pend-vi street. 0 rooms  electric light and city water. Very  convenient. 122 a month. Apply 0.  A.  FisheT. Crowley  Block. ltf  HOUSK FOR RENT. - on Pendozi  struct. 8 rooms, furnace, electric light  and water. Very convenient and  warm. Has one acre land and stables, shed aud ice house. Apply G.A.  Fisher, Crowley Block. ltf.  I WORK WANTED-by day or hour, by  competent woman. Apply Box "W"  Record office. I  HORSES TAKEN AND FKD HAY for  I    the winter.  Shed  for shelter. Central  Okanagan  Lands. Glenmore Ranch. 3  Dressmaking  Mrs. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  coon PAaTlIBK  fllJOll    |��ila|lllll  ',. I      V   - r'U'l     HuD'.'tl.  throe miles from town.   S. K. !,., Co.  Apply lo II.  S.   MALI. f.tl.  Auction Sale  At residence of  L. S. ROBISON  (.diner Harvey Avenue and Richter Street  Saturday, November 29th  At 2 p.m.  Nearly new hourchold outfit to be sold by  suction only  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  Do You Want  to Save Some Money?  We have a scheme  by which you can save  some Real Cash Money  The cannery have a few caaes of Tomatoes in three  pound tins, which are an off size, as all future tomatoes they can are going to be in 21 pound tins.  They also have several cases of Peaches in two  pound tins in heavy syrup and they want lo dispose  of them.    Now,  Here is where  Our Scheme comes in  By presenting a paid slip of goods bought at Mc-  KENZIE CO.'S STORE to the amount of at least $1,  the Cannery will sell you for $4.75 Cash one case of  24 cans of three pound Tomatoes, and one case of  24 cans of two pound Heavy Syrup Peaches. In  other words they will give you 48 cans for $4.75  cash, if you present a paid slip of THE McKENZIE  CO., Ltd., for $1. We think this is a good proposition. We have you coming to the store; the Cannery dispose of their goods; and you get good  canned Peaches at   far less than  wholesale prices.  The  Cannery will open and let you sample a can before you buy them if you so wish.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Pale Pink Paillette Silk '  Overdress of   ninon-de-soi and  tunic of   gold  beaded net.   Very delicate f 50  Black Paillette  with draped ninon of net embroidery, in black  ���nd white, caught up at side with heavy buckle  overdrape of beaded fringe $40  Corn Color Mica Satin  with overdrape of pale yellow net Embroidery,  gold beaded drop under, with heavy brocaded  silk.   Exceptionally   mart   $45  Grey Satin, with Overdress  of Net, prettily embroidered in self Velvet and  caught up with buckles of Cerise Satin $27.50  Quite inexpensive.  IN every city there exists a class of  women who require the latest and  correct styles, made up in Snappy,  distinctive models at reasonable prices,  commensurate with correct design, manufacture and finish.  This class patronize our store.  Our styles are conspicuous for  It's their varied effects and a cer-  the tain touch of distinction���a  Snap touch that classes them aa  that    unusual.  does   People requiring merchandise  it        out-of-the-ordinary in conception and treatment will find an  inspection interesting.  THOMAS LAWSON, Ld.  The perfect fitting of your gown depends upon the corset* you  wear, and since this yesr's modes border upon the extreme, to be  properly corseted is more important than ever. You will get a  really up-to-date model���one tlpat suits your figure perfectly��� by  asking for  a Grace Corsets  They   give   yon perfect ease and comfort without   sacrificing  style


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