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 *mmm  ^6��2.\iaryf>X  ^6XoatO��t*\  Uctovb  'Ti**��ft.  VOL XI   NO. 4  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1918.���6 PAGES  T  ��l.50PerAnnV  *#��  Harked Improvement  Id Civic Finances  Better Payment of Taxes Haa  | Enabled Several Old Scores  toj�� Wiped Off  Civic finance* have been on the  up-grade for tome time, and the  past year especially ha*' put a decidedly brighter aspect upon the  municipal balance sheet. At Monday evening'* council meeting the  collector presented a statement ol  tax payment* to the end of last  month. Receipt* of taxes thi* year  have been very much better, and  in all, including arreara and redemption* of tax sale property,  the city ha* received clear of all  expenses in .connection therewith  over $73,000. This is much brighter than for many yean past, and  a* the mayor-pointed out, it has  relieved the council of many tiresome obligation* some of which  have been long outstanding. For  instance, the bank loan ha* now  been all paid off and a very substantial amoynt from the private  loan*. In addition the city ha*  placed in the Sinking Fund the full  quota, or in other word* the full  Sinking Fund levy for the year, a  thing which ha* not been possible  foi several year*,  A report wa* received from Mr.  J. McMillan, chief engineer at the  power house, upon the tequire-  mehts of the provincial inapector  of electrical energy a* outlined in  hi* recent letter.  There wa* one portion of the report which caused considerable  discussion, viz., that portion dealing with the requirement of the inapector that greater clearance be  given between the city's electric  light wire* and the Okanagan Telephone Co.'* wire*, lhe clerk  wa* instructed to advise the inapector that the city is endeavoring  to cany out all the'recommendation* made by him with the exception of the one relating to the  distance between the wire*. The  council wa* of opinion that  the city should not be put to any  ebpence on this account a* the  Telephone Company erected their  wire* after the city'* system had  been installed, and if it is necessary  to make the proposed changea the  city i* of opinion that the Telephone  Company should bear the expense  of same.  The chief engineer alto submitted an estimate of the cost of extending the street lighting system  to tbe end of Patterson Avenue,  alto of extending the power circuit  to Messrs. Davy At Mill*' butcher  ���tore. He stated that in hi* opinion  the revenue to be derived from the  proposed service would not justify  the eity going to the expense of  making the connection. The council therefore decided that they could  not comply with the request* made.  The clerk reported Mr. S, T  Elliottt had intimated that he would  expect the city to pay the cost of  replacing the grates of the fumsce  in the building that was rented by  the city for the purpose of affordin g  accommodation to the local military  unit, his claim being that the grate*  had been burned out because the  ashe* had not been kept clear of  same, and he contended that the  city should replace same. ���  A letter from the Morrison-  Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd. was  read certifying to tha condition of  the grates and enclosing their 'bill,  amounting to $16.20 for replacing  aame. The matter wa* laid on  the table.  A letter wa* received from Mr.  R. B. Kerr advising the council that  he had been requested by Mr. J. H.  Trenwith to claim from the city the  sum of $38.25 for injury to hi*  motor car on October 3rd laat  caused by it'a running into an .ur*  guaided hole dug bv the city'*  employee* at the corner of Bernard  Avenue and Pendozi Street. He  advised that the sum asked tor only  covered the cost of repairing the  car, and if a suit should be necessary all damage arising from the  accident would be claimed.  The council, however, refuted  to acknowledge any liability In the  matter.  The major reported that Mr.  Macnabb, district superintendent  of the C. P. R., had met the council in committee and diacuosed the  question of the team track the  company proposed to inttal near  their car alip, and for which they  tought to lease a portion of the  foreshore belonging to tne city. It  had been suggested to Mi. Macnabb that the track be run south  towards the power house instead  of along the ahore to the north.  The superintendent had stated  that he could tee no reason why  thia suggestion could not be complied with, but before giving a  definite answer it would be necea-  ary for him.to have a report from  the company's engineers.  Aid. Mantle asked the eouncil  to confirm the action of the Board  of Works in tearing up the plank  tidewalk on the west side of Pendozi street between Lake and Park  Avenues and constructing a cinder walk in lieu thereof. He stated  that he had ordered thi* work to  be commenced before aame had  been sanctioned by the council for  the reason that a large quantity of  cinders were available and they  could be laid to better advantage  at the present time than would be  possible in the spring. The action  of the Public Work* Committee in  thi* connection wat approved bv  the council.  Alderman Duggan reported that  it would be necessary to arrange  fora further supply of fuel for the  power houae immediately aa the  fuel on hand would only run the  plant to the middle of January.  . During the discussion .aeveral  members of the council expressed  their opinion that it would be very  difficult to obtain an adequate tup-  ply of fuel and the Light and Water committee waa requested to go  fully into the matter.  Alderman Lloyd-Jones reported  that 17 new caae* of Spanish influenza had developed during the  last two or three day*. The schools  and picture theatre had been closed and the medical health officer  had recommended that all placet  of public assembly ahould also be  closed. He considered tame to  be necessary to protect the public  health.  TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF SPANISH INFLUENZA THE MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER ORDERS THAT  ALL SCHOOLS, THEATRES AND. POOL ROOMS BE  CLOSED) THAT CHURCH SERVICES AND LODGE MEET'  INOS BE SUSPENDED I AND THAT NO PUBLIC GATH~  BRINGS OF MORE THAN TEN BE ALLOWED.  0. W. SUTHERLAND,  Mayor.  njrjiiinji-nmnrin ���ir~ii*~ - -r - ----------- ��� -*---*----'  Increased During Week  Freeh Outbreak of " Flu" Necessitates Reimpoaing of Ban  . Against Meetings  " It it never safe to halloo till  you're out. of tha wood." ��� Thi*  little bit of ancient wisdom is still  good, Latt week Kelowna wat  congratulating itself on having conquered the influenza epidemic and  banished it for good. To-day there  are nearly twenty case* being treated, and thi prohibition againtt  meeting! and church tervicet are  in full force again, The school*,  too, are cloud until after the holiday. The emergency hospital in  the High achool ha* been fitted up  again in readiness, but hat not yet  been put to actual uae.  Died of Pneumonia  John William Major Watson, one  of the men engaged on tha building of the new dam on the Kelowna Irrigation Co.'* water ayatem,  died somewhat suddenly Thursday  latt of pneumonia, following an  influenza cold'.  Deceased, who wat 31 yeart of  age, came from Whonnock, B.C.,  about two yeart ago, seeking a  change for the benefit of hit health  For tome time he waa with Mr. J.  Bowes at the Suntet Ranch, and  lately haa been at the construction  camp connected with the new  dam. Though medical aid wat  tummoned at toon at'the seriousness of hit illness waa recognized,  hi* constitution waa not equal to  the task of grappling with the severe attack of pneumonia which  ���rt in.  The funeral wa* delayed until  Tuesday afternoon, pending the  arrival of hit father from Whonnock, The family consists of, besides the parents, six brothers,  three of whom are overseas, and  three sitters. Deceaaed was unmarried.  Minimum Wage for  Women Workers  A minimum wage of $12.75 per  week for women over 18 yeart of  age in mercantile houses, was set  by the Minimum Wage Board  meeting last Wedneaday at the  coast, following an all-day conference with representatives of the  employer*, emploveet and general  public. Mr. J. D. McNiven, deputy  minister of labor, and chairman of  the board, announced that an order  bringing the minimum wage into  effect, would be made without delay. The board wat authorized  nearly a year ago by the legislature,  which waa unanimous on the principle of the' Minimum Wage Bill,  of which Mrt. Ralph Smith, ML A.,  of Vancouver, wat the "mother." ���  Lt. Atkinton returned to Kelowna  thit week. He it expecting to obtain hia releaae from the army  ihortly.  Great Britain will demand ot  Germany ��8,000,000,000 for Great  Britain and her dominion! at reparation for the war, according to  the Daily Mail. Thia it what the  war cott Great Britain and her  dominiont, and Britith taxpayers  will be relieved of ��400.000,000  per annum by the German payment. France's bill, it it said, will  be larger.  A bad skating tragedy happened at Goose Lake, near Vernon  Tuesday night in which two young  men arid two young women lost  their live* by drowning. They  had formed a skating party in the  evening and had apparently dropped through the ice in a thin place  They were not misted until next  morning when their bodiet were  discovered after a search.  Thrift Stamps for  Your Small Savings  Start the Youngsters on Thia  New Scheme  War Savinga and Thrift stamp*  are now on sale at all post, office*.  Thi* plan hss been adopted by the  federal government in order to encourage Canadians to invest small  amount* at an exceptional rate of  interest, with the assets of the Dominion ss security, to be used to  help to finance the country through  the critical period of reconstruction which it now at hand.  War savings stamps are issued  in the denomination of five dollars  each. Each stamp costs the purchaser at the pretent time four  dollars. The government will pay  the holder five'dollars for each  stamp on January 1st, 1924. The  rate of interest paid to the holder  of the certificate exceed* four and  one-half per cent.  For convenience the government gives each purchaser a war  savinga certificate, which contains  spaces for ten war savings stamp!,  representing fifty dollars, when the  spaces for stamp* are all filled.  Should the holder desire to obtain cash for his war aavinga stampa  before maturity, their cash surrender valge will be paid him at any  money order post office, upon  ten days' notice.  The thrift stamp is similar to the  war saving* stamp, but it issued in  a denomination of twenty-five  cents, for the convenience of those  who wish to participate in the advantages offered, but to whom it  may not be convenient lo pay four  dollar* for a war savings stamp.  The purchaser of a war thrift  stamp is given a "thrift card"  which contain* (pace* for pasting  in sixteen thrift stamps, making  four dollars in all. When the thrift  card is filled in, the owner may  take it to a pott office, bank or  other authorized agency and exchange it for a war savinga stamp  and certificate blank, by paying a  few cent* to make up the difference between the four dollars  worth of thrift stamps anS the price  of the war tavingt stamp, for the  month in which the exchange it  made.  The thrift stamps do nail bear  interest, they make it easy for even  the children to aave in amall sums  and ultimately to get war savinga  ttampt which do bear interest. No  cosh can be realized on the thrift  ttampt until the- holder hat a sufficient number to obtain a war' savings stamp, which n ay be redeemed as explained above.  The scheme is one that promises not only to obtain in the  aggregate large turn* of money for  the federal treasury, but what it  probably even of greater moment,  it promises to prove a very ttrong  influence in promoting habits of  saving and of thrift among all  classes in the communities throughout Canada.  Rutland News  Dr. Nelson Shepherd, who left  hit dental practice in Kelowna to  join the dental cups for overseas,  ha* now volunteered ftr service  with the expedition to Siberia.  Friend* in Kamloops have received word from Lt. C. W. Dickson, of Kelowna, that he had been  called to Buckingham Palace,  where he was decorated with the  Military Medal by King George  personally. Lt. Dickson went  oversea* with the 172nd, transferred to the 72nd and wa* wounded  at Vimy Ridge. He naturally feels  very proud of hi* distinction and  hia many friend* in thi* locality will  be much pleased to learn of tha  aame.  ���Kamloops Standard  (from our own oorrssDondsnt),  Earl Hardie haa gone to the  coatt for an extended vitit.  While chopping wood latt week  the Rev, Griffiths wat unfortunate  enough to cut hit hand to severely  that surgical aid waa necessary.  Mr. and Mra. Coxworth left on  Monday's boat. They will tpend  a few weekt on the prairie, afterwards going to Victoria to reside  until spring.  Mrs. Gordon Caspell and her  ion from Calgary, Alta., are on a  vitit to her parents, Mr. and Mrt.  Clever.  The Girlt' Enterprise Club met  Tuesday at the home of Mrt. Clever to discuss plant for their winter  work.  At the meeting of the United  Farmert, held in the schoolhouse  latt week, the following resolution*  were adopted ��� Calling attention  to the urgent need of better road*,  also the building of the CN.R.  from Kamloops to Kelowna; and  the advisability of starting the  rock crusher during the winter.  The Women's Institute mrt at  the schoolhouse latt Wednetday  afternoon for the final meeting of  tbe year. Mrt. Campbell Brown,  of Oyama, gave an address on  The opportunities and obligation* of our new citizenship," which  wa* an inspiration to all the member*. Some excellent music wa*  rendered including two violin and  pianoforte duet* by Mis* Morrison  and Miss Bruce, and two vocal  solo* by Mi** Dalziel. The director* provided tea. A collection  for the Red Croat amounted to  #.75..   .  Earthquake Startles  Orchard Changes Hands  at Westbank  Mr. Scott Blackwood, of West-  bank, ha* just completed the tale  of hit ten acre orchard to Mr. John  Faulkner of the aame district. The  orchard it a seven-year-old one,  mostly planted in applea, and ia  atated to be in good condition, the  returns thit year amounting to approximately $2500. The price paid  wat $7500. Mr. Faulkner it an  old-timer in the diatrict. and knowt  a good buy when he sees it. Mr.  and Mrt. Blackwood, owing to a  recent bereavement, are teeking a  change for a time, but will probab-  returri in a couple of yeart.  Distinctly Felt in Many Placea  Some Damage Done  Residents of the coatt citiet and  Vancouver Island ware startled laat  Friday by an earthquake, which wat  quite distinctly felt, and in fact did  some amount of damage.  The big clock on the Vancouver  Block���Vancouver'* "Big Ben"���  waa (topped by the shock, a* were  other electrically controlled timepiece* in the business districts.  There wat one tremor, and thia  wat reported by residents in different parte of the city, lt lasted for  about a minute.  From the Dominion Government  Meteorological Bureau it wa* announced that the shock waa very  uniform, according to early report*  from Seattle, Victoria and other  pointa along the Coast.  The earthquake teemed however  to have been more distinctly felt on  the wett coaat of Vancouver Island,  where many pertont were thrown  from their bed*. At Ettevan Point  the beacon wat extinguished at the  lighthouse, and the gear slightly  disarranged.  Slight tremors had been felt in  the past, but not with the severity  of the quake of Friday, nor over  the same extended area.  Late Kaiser Attempts  to Commit Suicide  William Hohenzollern,, former  German Emperor, attempted to  commit auicide, following mental  depression, according to the Leipzig Tageblatt, quoted in a Copenhagen despatch to the Exchange  Telegraph Company. The newspaper says it received ita information from �� Carman staff officer,  who wa* wounded in frustrating  Wilhelm. The officer (aid the former Kaiser ha* been much depressed of late.  Great Britain will use all her influence to make the league of nations a powerful reality, but the can  not regard it aa a substitute for her  own navy in any measurable period  of time, Wintton Spencer Churchill, the minister of munition*, declares.  At the beginning of the war  Great Britain wa* using submarines which weighed between 300  to 500 tone; now she hat underwater ships of 4,000 tons, sheathed  in armour and carrying 6-inch  guns.  $5.?? for $4.w  GIVE  War-Savings  Stamps  As Christmas Gifts  BUY a War-Savings Stamp for $4.00 turd  affix it to space No. 1 of the Certificate  that -will be given you.   Fill in the  name of the one to whom you wish to moke this Christmas Gift���the most desirable of Gifts, for it may welt  mark the commencement of habits of Thrilt. tb*  stepping stone to Success.  The Certificate  In offering your gift you could say, "If you raves*  your savings regularly in War-Savings Stamps, you  will soon fill this certificate, which becomes Canada's  pledge to pay you $50 on the first day of 1914."  "With every 35 cents you save you cs-\ buy a THRIFT  Stamp, 16 of which on a Thrift Card will be exchanged  for a W.-S. 8."  "An excellent Investment for small  savings; and a strong inctntiM to  ���wry-day economy."  SIR THOMAS WHITE  Minister of Finance  FOR SALE AT  MorsST Order Port Oak���,BsmVs ��nd  WW^crtiaW.-tUlrip.l.llUelarrf.  1  ','������,'.' i"  i PAGE TWO  v   KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, December 12th, 1918  What shall 1  give him this  Christmas?  A Club Bag  would be most acceptable.  A new shipment has just  come to hand in Brown and  Black Fabricord, also Black  Solid Leather, sizes 16, 18 &  20-inch.    Pricee $6.50 to $20  A Suit Case  would also be much appreciated. A good assortment  of these goods has just come  to hand in Blacks & Browns.  They are tof waterproof Rubber Fabric, Mailing, Fabricoid  and Solid Leather. Sizes 18,  22, 24 and 26-inch.  Prices $2.50 to $15  KELOWNH RECORD  Published .vary Thursday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Other   useful   articles   i  good assortment such as Ties   |  Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Armbands, Garter?,  Sox, Gloves, 6tc, &c.  U.F.  WILLITS BLK. KELOWNA  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2i yean' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implement! and Household  Furniture; and thii experience ib  at your disposal. It means better  result! from your auction tales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale ahould see   or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelown., B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie   Block,   is  acting   as  agent  in   Kelowna, and will make at  arrangementa for conducting of sales  Phone 217  We   are   specializing    in  Fami  Our prices are reasonable and our methods  sanitary.  Realizing the great importance of sanitation in  our business, we are mak-  ing SANITION our  watchword. ~-  Kelowna Steam  Laundry  S. M. GORE. Proprietor  Phone 5704  DAILY COLLECTIONS  IN CITY  Out of   tOwtv  customers may leave  bundle*  at  A,  E.  Cox's   Second*  Hand Store  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinda of Repairs  BERNARD AVBRlUlS,  KELOWM.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATRB  |1.80   psr   year;    76e..    six    months.   United  Rtatas 10 esats additional.  Mubscribera at tba regular ra<�� can hava  sitnt Daiwrt mailed to frisnds at a distant*  at  HALF RATE. 1.*.. 76 cents twr raar.  This sMcial privita* ia trrnatsd lor tho  ���niniiirtf ot advsrtiaine; '���;-. Pit*  ind dJatrict.  All aubsoriotions oavabla io advanoa  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE   NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.  ETC..  i.5  rents Dei  column inch oar arsak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-SO davs. |5t  60 davs  17.  WATER N0TICES-J9 lor hv* insertions.  LEGAL   ADVEIITISING-Firat    Inaertion.    12  oenta  nsr Jinn  cents   per  linu.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 tvnt-  oer word llrat inaertion, 1 oent per word  ��Ai'b subaeauent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inches  and under. 60 oents Der inch flrHl iasertlon  iivoi- two inches 40 rents not inch first insertion: 20 rents oer .hob ttach aubaaouent  insertion.  oenta  per  line: each  aubaaquent  insertion.  It  fii  All chanirea in contract Advertisement* must  be in the hnndu of tbe printer bv T'letdav  Hvenitiir to ftnsure Dublicntion in tbs aest  Issue.  Some alarm has been caused  during the past week by the outbreak of a number of fresh cases  of influenza which have been sufficiently numerous to warrant the  placing in force again of the closing restrictions with regard to  schools, church services, and meet-  i igs. It is, no doubt, an infernal  nuisance to be placed under such  i ban, especially so close to Christmas, but we have only to read of  the terrible ravages of the disease  in some other less favored cities,  to become reconciled to almost  any precautions to prevent the  spread of it here.  So far thee* restrictions have  been received with the utmost  cheerfulness and even hearty cooperation. It is reasonable to suppose that if people refrain from  gathering in large crowds the  spread of the epidemic will soon  be checked. Very little'feoocr will  be achieved unless each individual  makes it h>s business to see that  he does not exptse himself to unnecessary risks, and also that he  takes proper measures in case of  suspicious symplonsshowing themselves. The cold winds we have  been having this week are the  greatest chill producers of the  year, and to stand around in exposed places as many will do, is  simply inviting trouble.  When a cold does develope get  after it quickly and avoid all unnecessary contact with other people until it is known for certain  whether you have influenza or not.  Don't let half a dozen other people  catch it from you while you are  trying to make up your mind  whether you have the "flu** or not.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "*l prepared'      Kelowna Troop  Troop Firat;   Self Laat  The Red Cross chive -so fai as  the public appeal is concerned���  has been postponed until the third  week in the New Year. This was  the decision arrived at at a meeting  of the provincial campaign committee. It had been realized states  Mr. Kearns, the campaign manager,  that the Red Cross drive coming  so close on the heels o( the Victory  Loan drive and right in the midst  of the Christmas shopping season,  was making too heavy demands  on the generosity of the mercantile  fraternity who were the backbone  ol the organization to canvass and  collect funds.  The Red Cross drive had originally been planned to take place  earlier in the fall, but had suffered  postponement by reason of the  ' flu" epidemic and the Victory  Loan drive, and the committee took  the view that it would be in the  best interests of the Red Cross  Society that the drive be postponed  till after the New year.  Edited by Pioneer. Dee. 10, 1918.  Owing to lhe fresh outbreak of  the "flu" there will be no regular  parades of the troop until furlher  notice. We hope that the ban will  be lifted in time for us to have our  nnnual Christmas bun-feed, at  which time we also purpose having the Investiture Ceremony when  nil recruits who have passed their  Tenderfoot tests will make their  scout promise and become members of the great Brotherhood.  As there are only ten players in  a match and as the Exhibition  Building is such a large airy place,  we can still go on and play all the  basket-ball we can. Some' good  games were played last Friday and  we are anxious now to get Summerland up here whenever they  can come. For the purpose of  practises the scouts have been divided into three groups. No. I  group consists of C. Gaddes, Parkinson, Day, Davis, Mantle, Calder  J. Groves, L. Gaddes, G. Groves,  Buck, and R. Weddell. No. 2  group consists of Hunter, Taylor,  McKenzie, C. Cunningham, Whitehead, Sinkinson, Rowcliffe, Hew-  elson, Small, Duncan, Neish and  Ball. No. 3 group consists of Wil-  st>n, Clarence, Walker, E. Groves,  Fowler, L. Cunningham, McCarthy,  Ailken, Cooper, Patmore, Dore and  Morden. The first named of each  group is to be the convener for his  group, and the practises will be  held as follows; No. I'son Fridays  at 8.30; No. 2's on Fridays at 7.30,  and No. 3's on Monday* at 7.30.  Other practises and matches will  be specially arranged from time to  time. ,  A business session of the Court  of Honour for leaders was held on  Wednesday last after which the  leaders were re-examined in the  second-class ambulance and sig-  na ling tests. T. L. Parkinson  secured the requisite 85 per cent,  in both and P. L. Calder in the  ambulance.  Recruits Morden, Dore and Pat-  more were posted to the Otter,  Eagle and Wolf patrols respectively.  To the first scout or cub who  can correctly answer this riddle  we shall be pleased to award a  1918 photograph of the troop:  "What is that which is bought by  lhe vard and worn by the foot ? "  Competition closes on the 21st  nst, and the answer must be ori-  TWO  KINDS  Bobby's mother had let him stay  home from from school in the afternoon because he complained of  having a fever.  After he had looked as sick as  he could all afternoon, he asked  her after supper if he could go  out and play basket-ball.  "No, Bobby," she replied, "not  if you have a fever."  "But, ma," exclaimed Bobby, "ita  the basket-ball-fever I've git."  (From the Scout, in part)  Nomination Day in  England Reveals  Great Surprises  Wednesday last was nomination  day for candidates for parliament  in the coming British general election and among the surprises was  the appearance of an opponent for  Premier Lloyd George, at Carnarvon. He is Austin Harrison, editor  of the English Review, and son of  Frederick Harrison, the famous  positivist philosopher. Mr. Harrison is standing on the plank of  "A League of Nations" and the  abolition of conscription.  Another striking feature of the  nomination was the large number  of unopposed returns. Out of 707  members to be elected to the new  parliament, 104 already have been  returned unopposed ��� forty-one  Coalition Unionists, twentv-eight  Coalition Liberals, eleven Laborites  twenty-two Sinn Feiners, one Nationalist and one Independent.  Among those elected were A. J.  Balfour, William Brace, parliamentary under-secretary to the home  department; John Robert Clynes,  former food controller; J. Austen  Chamberlin ; James William Low-  ther, Speaker of the House of Commons, and William Crooks, Labor-  ite. Sinn Feiners elected include  Prof, Edward De Valera for East  Clare ; Count Plunkett for North  Roscommon,and William Cosgrave  for Kilkenny.  The success of the Sinn Feiners  in securing twenty-two returns out  of a total of 105 Irish seats was  another of the day's surprises.  They had only six seats in the last  parliament.  Among the candidates nominated were four women. 1 hey include Miss Christabel Pankhurst,  daughter of Mrs. Emmaline Pankhurst, the suffrage leader; Mrs.  Frederick Pethick Lawrence, joint  editor of Votes for Women ; Miss  Mary McArthur, secretary of the  British Women's Trades' Union,  and Countess Georgina Markie-  vicz, of Dublin, the Sinn Fein  Leader  Bible is Widely-Read Book  Since August, 1914, the British  and Foreign Bible Society on ita  war service alone, has sent out an  average of more than 7000 volumes  every working day, for the use of  the fighting men, the sick and the  wounded, prisoners of war, exiles  and refugees, and the members of  various labor contingents. This  means more than four copies of  the Scriptures have been distributed every minute, day and night,  since the war began. The books  consist of New Testaments, Gospels  or Psalms, and have gone out in  seventy-five different languages.  A flea and a fly had the "flu;"  They neither were sure what to do.  Let ua fly, aaid the flea; let us flee,  aaid the fly.  So they Sew through a flaw in a flue.  The Wolff Agencyiiublishea the  abdication of Crown Prince Fried-  erich Wilhelm, dated at Wieren-  gen, December 1st. It says : "I  formally and definitely renounce  the imperial crown, which might  come to me through abdication of  the kaiser and king, or other legitimate rights."  Lord Robert Cecil, former assistant secretary of state for foreign  affairs, has been asked by the government to take charge of the  British section of the peace con-  congress which is to deal with the  question of the league of nations.  Lord Robert haa made announcement that he cordially accepts the  invitation.  Between 300.000 and 350,000  deaths from influenza and pneumonia have occurred among the  civilian population of the United  States since September 15, according to estimates of the public  health service. These calculations  are based on reports from cities  and states keeping accurate record  and public health officials believe  ihey are conservative. The epidemic persists, but deaths are  much less numerous.  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  6. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ����� BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ir;gs,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Clot! and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survaya and Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.O;  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 816  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  K. L. 0.  Red Cross Society  SALE OF WORK & JUMBLE SALE  To be held in TRENCH'S OLD STORE, Urge  assortment of Children's Clothes, Dolls, and many  other articles suitable for Xmas gifts, Lady's Dress,  Socs hr your soldier friends, Boys' Socks, Home  cooking, old Books, Bran Tub, he.  SOc tickets for $50 Victory Bond are obtainable ai  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson's office  Saturday, December 21st, at 1.30  Leaden of the   *������*.   *   **��   vr-riv"*   "ote Prices:  W    ���    J\      Y    I _H compUteYrithahade  $12.00  without ���hide  $10.00  world in Monde oil lighting      MANTLE OIL LAMP  THE  IDEAL   LAMP  FOR  THE HOME  Iu beauty and its utility will appeal to you.   It ia 23 inchea high over all, and  the mantle is 12 inchea above the  table.   Reservoir  holda  about one and a  half quart* of oil.   It  gives  a  pure, white light, with no noise, no odor, no  smoke, and is simple to operate.  BURNS   COAL   OIL.      NO  PUMPING   OF   AIR  CAN'T   EXPLODE.      SAFE.  No expensive parts to replace, and mantles should last sue months or longer  with ordinary care.   We guarantee you entire satisfaction.  Send for the lamp  -t<>-day, enclosing purchase price.     Use it in your own home.   If you are not  entirely sttisiisd, return the lamp within ten days and we will promptly refund your money without question.  Our money back guarantee gives you full protection  You run no risks whttsosver. Send in your order to-day aa prices m*y advance  JAMES INGLIS, two doors south of Creamery. Water Street  Distributor fot B.C. and ths Yukon. Phono 116 P.O. Bon 116, Kelowna  LOCAL AGENTS���The Oil Shop, Water Street;   Hardie'..Store, Rutland  COAL OIL!   COAL OIL!  Case or Bulk       Quicker Service       Cheaper Price  GASOLINE      LUBRICATING   OILS      GREASES  ' TIRES ACCESSORIES TUBES  VULCANISING of Casings, Tubes, Rubber Boots  Carefully and Quickly executed  CAR FOR HIRE FREE AIR  THE OIL SHOP  Water Street, rear of Oak Hall  Phone 267   P.O. Box 294  Christmas Gifts at the  Japanese  Store  Nothing could be more suitable fer Xmas Presents  than the novel and artistic productions of Japan���  China, Silks, Toys,  Art  Cu ios,  Dressing. Gowns, Fancy Ware, &c.  AU genuine productions of the clever artists of the  flowery land.   Gifts which will be treasured and appreciated.   Everything at Moderate Prices  CALL   AND   INSPECT   THEN  THE JAPANESE STORE  LEON A VE. Next street beyond Fire Hall  Christmas Dinner at Palace Hotel  Dinner will be served Xmas Day from 12.30 to 2 p.m.,  and from 6 to 8 p.m.  PLEASE  MAKE   YOUR  RESERVATIONS EARLY  Adults $1.25 Children under 15, 7Sc Thursday, December 12th, 1918  ��HM>w��a mcottD  PAGE TTTEEE  Wi  85  SANTA CLAUS  HAS ARRIVED AT  CRAWFORD'S  TOYIAND  m  with a carload of toys  for the chil  dren, also  nice gifts  for the old  folks.  Call in and inspect this tine  stock of new-  goods.  k��  Air Ships, Trains, Mechanical  Toys, Whizzing Boats, Animals  and Dolls in Many Varieties.  '.������"��� 1    a.',.'   J    '..'rr.     ...        .       .     I"    "I," lit"        ffil'sr'Hii    /I'l'.i'.i'l. I   |     ���",    ism   -T  Presents for older  folk include Brass  Goods, Brush-comb  Sets, Manicure Sets,  Books & Stationery  Travelling Cases, Pipes, &c., &c.  BMBMpaaBMfcsai  Crawford's Joyland  m  KELLER BLOCK  SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH  KBLOWNA  B  Fish Meal as a Live  Stock Food  In these day* anything that will  increase the available quantities of  cattle (ood without decreasing  the  quality is of immense value.   Experiment! have proven  that thia  is possible with fish meal,  a  food  stuff that ai yet ia little known in  thia country but which is uaed extensively   in   Europe.   Fish meal  should   not be confounded  with  ' fish scrap," "guano," or "pomace  or other forma of fish by-producta  uaed aa fertilizers.   The fish meal  used is more carefully treated and  includes, or should  include, only  fresh sound fish, or fish offal.  The  value of fish meal as a cattle  food  ia explicitly aet forth in a 4-paged  pamphlet No. 17, issued by the Department  of Agriculture, Ottawa,  and which can be had free on application     to    the.     Publications  Branch.   Results   of  experiments  made at the Central Experimental  Farm show that fish  meal, where  available, ia a auitable concentrate  for cattle, sheep and  for   hogs;  that fish meal contains 55 per cent,  to 60 per cent, of protein, and over  15 per cent, phosphate of lime that  if of good quality and properly fed  with other meals and with rough-  ages, it  ia palatable, |wholesome,  and a good feed  lor young grow-  ing stock and alao for milk production; and that if given a fair trial  and used in proper  proportions it  should become one of the most  popular   and   profitable    protein  supplements for swine leeding.  Hindenburg Has Land  Settlement Scheme  The Berlin Tages Zeitung says  that Field Marshal Hindenburg addressed the following proclamation  to his troops:  "Preliminary work for a land  settlement on a big scale i* in progress, and will be pushed forward  as rapidly as the shortage of coal  and building materials will permit.  The returning warriors will first  receive the thanks of the country  lor more than lour years' work in  a thousand battles in which they  were unbeaten.  Hundreds of thousanda of buildings will be erected on cheaply acquired land with public money  loaned at low rates to farmera gardeners and country artisans. Houses  will be built for workers, emyloyees  and officials belonging toaedentary  occupations and transferred to them  on payment of a moderate portion  of the actual costs.  Only have t.alienee for a little  while. Help the wounded fatherland through its hardest time. Save  it again by Get-ran manly diacip'-  line and order and thua make your  own future and your own happi-  Price Fixed on Apples  For Export  An order issued by the Fruit  Trade Commissioner in Liverpool  filled the maximum price on applea  in Nova Scotia and Ontario exported to England. Primary distributors in Nova Scotia are to be governed bv a barrel price of fiftv-einht  shillings and four pence, while in  Ontario the barrel figure is sixty-  seven shillings and eight pence,  snd in boxes nineteen shillings and  nine pence.  Wholesalers' profits are fixed at  six shillings per barrel and two  shillings per box. The maximum  retail price is nine pence per pound.  It is further stated that no import  licenae will be necessary to enable  shippers to deal with tbe English  market.  The record for seven daya of the  great cow Lakeview Dutchlsnd  Aitis, Canadian champion is 34.415  lb. fat, equivalent to 43.05 lb. but-  ter 80 per cent. fat'. Her milk was  6S4.5 lb. Her beat daya milk waa  100.4 lb. yielding 5.526 lb. fat.  A vocationist just returned relates having overheard this bit of  bucolic dickering.  "Hiram, when are you going to  pay me them eight dollars for pasturing your heifer. I've had her  now for about ten weeks."  'Why, Sam, the critter isn't worth  more than ten dollars."  'Well, suppose 1 keep her for  what you owe me?"  ''Not by a jugful I Tall vou what  I'll do though���keep her two weeks  more and you can have her."  Do your Xmas shopping es  early as possible.  Every effort has been made to lighten the burden of  the Xmas shopper, and in pur store you will find a  splendid array of goods suitable for Christmas ^Presents  T\C\rX[( Q kt the children ��sd  D\jyjl\.0 the gro^.upg, too.  Boys' Own, Girls' Own, Chums. Scout,  Chatterbox, and other annuals. Children's Christmas Story Books, Painting  Books, and Linen Books for the tiny tots.  New books of Fiction for the elders ���  Diaries ��� Desk Pads ��� Calendars, ���Sec-  Toys ��� Dolls' carriages ��� Games. &c.  Willard's Fork-dipped Chocolates  In Fancy Boxes. No better Chocolates made.  Christinas Cards in all the newest designs  Private Greeting Cards New Year Cards  Perfumes and Atomizers  Fancy Goods and Toilet Requisites of all kinds  Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Cigars,  Cigarettes, Tobaccos,  fitc,  for the menfolk  COME   IN  AND   LOOK   AROUND  Trench's Drug Store  CREAM PRICES  from Nov. 1st, 1918  Kelowna prices: No. 1 >  52c per lb. butter fat  No. 2- 50c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulation! ell farmer*  ' who tell butter either  to the store* or privately, ere required to have  it properly covered in  e wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The (act ii aUo em-  pheaind that all butter  in such packagea muat  be ofthe full net weight j  of sixteen ounce*, and  in default of tame a  (ine tii from $10 to $30  for each offence i�� imposed. Whey butter  muat be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy buttor ���and/dairy  buttor retain* itn label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product*  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter atthe Kelowna  RecordOfhce, for the  following prices:  I 00pap,:h tx PWN���G *  <kl so  INCLUDED ��P I .JU  200  ,,    ���     2.00  soo ,,  ���   3.15"  1000   ,,    ���     4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which haa gone up over .100.per cent) we -  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all thia paper waa previously manufactured in Belgium, nnd needless to aay thia supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there ia no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more'than liltely.  Kelowna Recojfd PAGE FOUR  taa  KELOWNA  RECORD  BANK0FMQNTREA1.  ESTABLISHED OVER IM  Canada's War  Chest  "Canada's War Chest"  is the Savings Accounts  of her men and women.  The Bank of Montreal  accepts deposits of $1.  and upwards.  MCAD' OFFICE, MONTREAL.  D. R. CLARKE, P.   DuMoulin,    Manager,    Kelowna   Branch.  Supt., Brtllah Columbia Branchea. BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  VANCOUVER. Araitrani,      -      Pinlklon,      -      SummerUnd,  Arunironi,  Endtrbr.  PintklOD,  Prlncelon,  Vfrnoi  WI  VICTORY  VICTORY  CHRISTMAS, 1918  WILL BE THE   MERRIEST   AND  MOST   JOYFUL EVER  We have made special effort to secure the best obtainable of Chocolates in Fancy Boxes and Baskets,  Christmas Crackers, Stockings and all  kinds of Christmas Candies  of the purest and best  Games Greeting Cards Toys  For the Best go to  ALSGARD'S  nm  For the Home.  Every week in the year something is needed for  the home, something to eat or to drink, some new  furniture or new clothes. The list is endless and  the worry of the housewife is almost as endless,  unless she uses intelligence and system in her  purchases.  The advertising columns are intended for such  harassed housekeepers.. Ihey contain real news  that will help to ease her burden and settle her  uncertainties. Certainly the advertisers expect  to make money. Are they not entitled to it if they  make life more comfortaUe for thousands?  Read the advertisements, with discrimination  and intelligence. They will solve many a vexed  question.  mnrBffnrWt^l  hyed rai. M,!:tf")B  ;,---  ���MUM  ncr-E 5  i-. .itiiJi-i.i ���-  PURCHASE YOUR FEED  Where your needs are looked  after the year round  Present Prices for Cash  Per ton Per cwt.  Whole Barley    $6-1.00 $3.10  BarleyChop       63.00 3.15  Mixed Chop           63.00 3.15  Feed Oats    65.00, 3.35  Potatoes  1./5  Yellow Turnips   2.00  Onions, No, 1    1.75  Onions, No. 2                 1.50  No. One Timothy Hay      40.00 .  CAR OF YELLOW  TEED CORN JUST  ARRIVED  A full line of Poultry and Stock Supplies  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store phone 29; Office phone 37. Free city delirtry.  IN THE SCIENTIFIC WORLD  OOOOOOCKX)CKXXX>C��OCXXXXX��00  THE SOUND OF OUR VOICE  experiments -Support Contention That  Everyone Hears His Own Voice  Different!* From Others.  Thnt n mini does not hear his own  -. oici- ns al! the rent of Uie world  hears it is shown hy an Interesting  experiment ileKcrihed hy Dr. L. Laloy  lu -La Nature (Paris). Says this  v. rlter:  "If a pprson records on a phono-  ;.niph .a few sentettoefl pronounced by  himself, together with others by his  frlr ui'-, "lid causes the machine to re-  produeo these tu the end of a brief  ported, It generally happens that he  i:.sily recognizes hia friends' voices,  hut nol his own. On the other hand.  the frlen Is. recognize his voice per-  : -< 11; Thia singular (aot proves thut  , ir ry one hears his own voice ditfer-  ,i'y  from  others.  "As is remarked by Professor Ex-  :!c-r,tlie difference must lie In the  quality of tone. It must be remem-  eo'rod tlir:t one hears his own voice  not only through tho air, as do his  auditors, but across the solid parts  t Itnated between the organs of speech  ::nd those Of hearing. The sound thus  ��� reduced lias a different timbre frotn  ''mi1, conducted to tlie ear by air alone  "Wc   nrny   show   this   as   follows  i.l;e the end of u wooden rod be-  I ween the teeth and pronounce a  rowel continuously. Let the other  end lie alternately taken between the  tr i !'i end released by another person,  who nt the snnie time stops his oars.  Tin- hitler will find lhat every time  lie seizes the rod In hlB leoth the  Bound becomes stronger than when il  reaches his ear through air alone, anrl  Ims a different quality. The expert-  tuenl may bo varied by applying a  wooden rod to the larynx of the person observed and touching It, from  time to time, to the observer's own  larynx. As in the preceding case, it  will be found that Its passage thro'irfh  n solid body augments the itnensKy  et' the sound nnd modifies its quality."  SOUND IN THE UNIVERSE.  We live und move at the bottom  Df an ocean of air, the earth's atmosphere. Oae consequence of tills la  that every mechanical disturbance  starts waves of compression and rarefaction, which radiate out from the  source, and, striking the drum of our  ear, may (if of the right strength nnd  quality) cause In us tlie sensation of  'sound." Among such sensations some  affect us merely as "noises"; In  others we recognize a more or less  well-defined "musical pitch," and  "tone quality." Physically the "noise"  liffers from the "musical note" In  that the forrier Is an irregular disturbance, while the latter Is periodic  and of definite frequency. Not thai  there Is any hard and fast. Hne ot  demiirkation; a rapid succession oi  impulses, which separately would br  mere noises, may impress the ear with  a detinlte Bonse of pitch. Thus ths  teeth of a saw, cutting in rapid sequence through a wooden board, pro  iluce a sound of definite pitch, thougl  lacking perhaps in musical quality  Or, again, a sharp noise of briel  luralion, proceeding Trom a point Ir  the neighbourhood of a series of equidistant obstacles, Biich as a line ol  fence-rails, or a flight of stone steps  produces upon tlie observer a sensation in which a w'orj or less woll-  defined pitch can I t recognized. The  explanation of this t tenomona Is that  ihe sound Is reflected back from each  Fence-rail In turn, and since it takes  time to travel, each echo reaclis the  observer a trifle luter than that from  the neighbouring rail.  To Mate Light in a licit'le.  A safe light for going uuout at night  or where there are inflammable  materials, as Into a store-room, may  be made as follows: Take a long glass  bottle and put into il a piece of phosphorus the size of a pea; upon this  pour pure olh'e oil healed to the  boiling point until this bottle Is about  one-third full and cork tightly. When  light is needed take tlie cork out aud  allow the air to enter, subsequently  reoorklng. The empty space In the  bottle will then become luminous and  give quite un effective light, it It be-'  comes dim lt can easily bo revived  by uncorking the bottle Tor a few  seconds. One bottle will Inst a wliule  winter. Small bottles mny alio be prepared In this v.cy und carried in the  ; oc-ket.  Smalt but Slicing.  Tho Katydid, which is closely allied  to tho grasshopper funiily, Is something of a hauler lor its avoirdupois.  Recently, an averago--l(ioking specimen wus haruesBed lo a kind of sledge  made by folding a piece of ordinary  nolepaper, aud then loaded the slcdgs  with various articles. The Insect  proved able to draw, in addition to the  original paper, twelvo paper Bheets  eaoh three by four and a half inches,  a large screw, two steel pens, a iiloue  weighing two ounces, and throe and  a half lead pencils. When the weight  became too heavy to draw otherwise  the katydid got its fore feet over tha  edge of the'tabic for a tetter hold,  and on addition of another weight It  Increased tho ndhe'.i;r power of Its  feet bv moiBtenlng them in Its mouth.  How Deserts arc Formed  There Is a popular Idea that deserts  Ilk... the Sahara are the bottoms of  nncle.it seas which have been lifted  above '.heir original elevation by geological forces. This notion Is an  erroneous one. It Is absolutely certain, high authorities contend, that  the sands of all the great deserts have  been formed on the spot by the dlsla,,  tegratlon of the solid rocks on which  they rest. Desert Bands correspond  in all respects, so far as their mode ot  origin Is concerned, to the dust and  sand that accumulates on our high  roads In summer, All deserts are  situated where the winds, from the  ocean, before reaching them, are exhausted of their moisture by passing  over mountains or across extensive  tracts of land.  Fruit Union  Building Collapses  at Summerland  The upper floor of the Fruit  Union building at Summerland  collapsed early last week. Tht  lower floor waa filled up with unpacked boxes of apples, and a large  quantity had been stored on the  upper floor. It was, without doubt,  the load which had been put on  the upper floor that caused the  collapse, but that the building was  not capable of currying even a  greater load was not suspected.  The cause of the collapse was  the puncturing of the lower floor  by a number of the 12x12 square  pillars which support the floor  above and which were not set  squarely over the posts underneath. The middle of the upper  floor dropped several feet, and  but for the fact that the lower floor  was filled to the height of perhaps  eight feet with apples, the whole  load on the floor above would  have been precipitated on to the  main floor.-  The building is owned by the  C.P.R., by whom it ia leased lo  the Fruit Union. It ia thought that  there will not be any great damage to the fruit beyond a few boxes on the main floor, crushed by  the ceiling above. At the time of  the accident there were about  25,000 boxes of apples in thi  building.  ATM SICKNESS  THEY GAVE  HER VINOL  And  She  Soon  Got   Back  Her Strength  New Castle, Ind.���"The measles  left me run down, no appetite, could  not rest at night, and I took a severe  cold which settled on my lungs, so I  was unable to keep about my housework. My doctor advised me to take  Vinol, and six bottles restored my  health so I do all my housework, Including washing. Vinol is the best  medicine I ever used."���Alice Record,  437 So. nth St., New Castle, Ind.  We guarantee thia wonderful cod  liver and iron tonic, Vinol, for all  weak, run-down, nervous conditions.  Notice to Onion  Seed Growers  We are well equipped to  thrash your Onion Seed itt  once. We have the rubbing  process and our charges  are reasonable.  Apply or phone 3001  J. I. CAMPBELL  VERNON ROAD  The IDEAL  RANGE  For Coal or Wood  Easy on Fuel Good Baksr  All our Ranges have Polished  Steel Tops  COME IN AND SEE  OUR  RANGES an  HEATERS  We csn tske your old ons in put payment  Stockwell's Limited  EDISON  FOR  CHRISTMAS  will  be your safest decision.  No finer or better gift,  and its enjoyment will  extend throughout  many yeara  Diamond Amberola  NUMBER 30  Finished in Golden Oak  or Mahogany. One of the  most popular styles.  No  needles to change.  You'll not know how easy  it is to own an Edison until you have learned of our  Easy Payment Plan  Particulars and Price Lists Free  The best place to buy your  Edison unwearable Records  4,000 to choose (rom  The Hood  Stationery Co.  Local Distributors of Edison  Diamond Disc and Amberolaa  VERNON, aC.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Grand Display for Christmas  Geese, Turkeys and Chickens  All of the Very Best  Home Cured Hams and Bacon, Sausages, Bologna and  other meat products, Fresh Fish  Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb  Raised in the district by local farmers.   See our windows.  ANNUAL GUESSING CONTEST  Try your skill  at guessing the weight of the magnificent beef hanging in our store, and stand  a chance of winning a turkey for Xmas  THE SANITARY MEAT MARKET  Canada Food Board Licence No. 9-4743 [Thursday, December 12th, 1916  KBUmHA RBCOKD  PACE FIVE  Large Selection of Silk and  Crepe-de-chene Underwear  Exceptional values in the above are now in stock and  well worthy of special attention.  Corset Covers Envelope Chemises  From $1.35 to $3.95 From $2.75 to $4.75  Silk Bloomers from $2.95  Also many new crepe Dressing Gowns, which come  neatly embroidered in such useful colors as Rose, Saxe,  Mauve andPihk. At Gifts these are very useful  Fancy Linens  as Xmas Gifts  Large assortment of fancy  Linens which include Table cloths, Cushion covers,  Tray cloths, Doylies and  Runners, await inspection  Hosiery as  Christmas Gifts  A large selection of Silk  and silk fibre Hosiery is  now in stock in colors of  Black, White, champagne,  Blue, Pink and Purple.  Prices from $1.25 to $1.95  Handkerchiefs are useful presents  There is nothing that is quite such a useful and acceptable gift as a Handkerchief or two. We have hundreds  of different designs from which to choose. They come  in Organdie, Swiss Lawn and Irish Linen Hand Embroidered. Prices from IOc to 95c each  CHOOSE YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS EARLY  1/   iir+trco   .  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  THE  STORE-KEEPERS UNANIMOUSLY REQUEST  THAT THEIR PATRONS WILL DO THEIR  THEIR   CHRISTMAS   SHOPPING         EARLY      ���  CUT GLASS  Glass decorating, one of tbe most  ancient arts, haa kept pace with modern  progress. This ia exemplified in the  "Clover Leaf" brand, made by Canadian artists.  Probably no other commercial art  shows the artistic skill of the workman  to better advantage than in glass cutting.  The anglis, mitris and polish muat be  perfect so that the design looks like  nothing so much as brilliant sparkling  streaks of silver. Without this skill, it  may be cut glass, truly, but more worthless than pressed glass.  Our cut glass is beyond criticism.  No table or buffet is complete without  several pieces of cut glass, This gift  season choose cut glass for some one of  your friends.  W.M PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  Casorso Bleck .    Phene 170  \  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Shop early and avoid the rush.  Mr. W. Morris, of Revelstoke,  auditor for the district under the  Workmen's Compensation Board,  was in town thia week.  Mr. G. A. Mc Williams of Vernon  waa a viaitor in Kelowna Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Pease came down  this week from their ranch at Kil-  liney,  Mr. E. A. B Try of Vernon was  a visitor in town Tuesdav.  Mr. W. B. Pearson, lately of the  local freight office, and now of  Vernon, was a viaitor in town Friday.  Mr. R. M- Claughton of Penticton  was an arrival on Monday's boat  from the south.  Mr. and Mrs. Levey and child of  Vancouver were visitors in Kelow-  na over the weekend.  Mr. A. Bracht of Portland, Ore.,  waa a viaitor in the city Saturday.  Mr. Mills of Davy fit Mill's meat  market, is a visitor this week at  the coast.  Ploughing is still going on actively in the district in spite of the  fact that we are only two weeks  from Christmas day.  Mrs. McGibbon and family returned last week from the prairie,  where she has been for the past  few months.  Aid. W. C. Duggan left yesterday afternoon on a visit to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Cozworth were  passengers yesterday for the coast.  The closing of the schools has  enabled the school ssaff to get  away earlier than usual for their  Christmas vacation, and there was  a general exodus yesterday afternoon. Miss McNaughton went to  Slocan City, Misa Bullock to Brandon, Miaa Wood to Vancouver,  Miss Davis to Dewdney, and Miss  Page to Mission City.  Knowles' 13th annual watch  guessing Contest will be held on  Saturday, December 14th. No  charge.  MAY-FORD  At All Saints Palish Church,  Vernon, B. C, on December 3rd,  Katherine, Dorothy, eldest daughter of the late Rev. E. W. Ford,  Carlisle, England, and Mra. Ford,  Kelowna, B.C., to Arthur May-  youngest son of the late Arthur  May, Liakeard, Cornwall, England  The Rev. Edward P. Laycock  officiated.  Mr. R. H. Wayne was a passenger to Vancouver Friday last.  Rae Ritchie went down to the  coast last Friday.  \  Mr. E. L. Cross paid a visit last  week-end to Grand Forks,  Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cushing left  yesterday for Los Angeles where  they will spend the winter.  Dr. and Mra. Gaddes and the  two younger children left yesterday for San Diego, Cal.  J. M. Collin, representing the  Canadian Freight Aasociation, was  in town this week, auditing the  CP.R. records.  Lieut. H. J. Hewetson came in  last Thursday on his arrival from  overseas, but had to leave again  Friday morning for Vancouver.  There will be no services in the  English church on Sunday, in accordance with the restrictions  being observed to combat the "flu."  Mr. P. A. Scott, left this n.orning  for Toronto and his old home in  Bruce country for a long visit. He  hopes to be back aome time next  year.  The Sale of Work advertised by  the ladies of the W. A. and Chancel Guild to take place on Saturday, has been postponed owing to  the epidemic of influenza.  The rule against the running of  cheap excursions introduced as a  war measure, still holds good, and  in consequence there will be no  Christmas excursion this year.  A number of C.P.R. officials,  including C. F. Armiatenu, of Vancouver, travelling freight agent,  Fred Stirling, general freight agent,  Nelaon, and J. S. Carter, district  passenger agent, Nelaon, were in  tov/n this week on business.  A Court of Revision of the Municipal voters' liat sat Tuesday  morning for two hours. They were  undisturbed, however, by any visitors, the citizens apparently being  fully satisfied that all who should  vote were on the list, and all who  should not had been left off,  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that Gilbert Mcintosh.  whose address is Westbank, B.C., will  apply for a licence to take and uaa 300  gallons psr day oi water out of Spring  situated on Lot 23, Registered Plan 486,  Oaoyooa Division, which flows Easterly and  drains into Smith Creek about one half  mils from mouth of sraek. Ths water  will be diverted from ths stream at a  point about Spring on Lot, Plan 761, and  will be uaed for Domestic purpose upon  ths Und described as Lot 6, Registered  Plan 761. This notice was posted on ths  ground on ths 16th day oi November,  1916. A copy of this notice and an application purauant thereto and to ths "Water  Act, 1914," will ba tiled in ths office of the  Watar Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objec  tiona to ths application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with ths  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within thirty  days after the first appearance of this no.  tree in a local newspaper. The date of  the firat publication of thia notice is Thursday November 21. ftlS.  G. MclNTOSH,  1.3 Applicant  Where shall we put  our Feet ?--  Swhsn at tha Christmas party, aak  tha bashful young men, who aro  anticipr'mg invitations from their  Eleanor Lucy Mauds. What feet  some ef them have got, too IJ But  S1 think I can help the boys out  with a line of .smart footwear I  If have just stocked in Black or  Brown. Now theae are not for  hunting in, nndJthoy'ro^notY'sis.  ale," but sensible, well-mads and  neat. Ask Charlie Dark to explain WHY they an so cheap.  DARK, the Shoeman  Quick Repaira, Good Work  Opposite Royal Bank  ANNOUNCEMENTS  - Don't fail to guess on Knowles'  gold watch Saturday. December  14th.   Free to all.  The ladies of the l.O.D.E. have  been obliged to postpone their  dance, but wish to notify the returned soldiers who received tickets  to retain them, as they hope to  hold the affair aa aaon as the ban  is removed again.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Butt,  whose address is Westbank, will pply for  a licence to take and uss 300 gallons par  day of water sut of a spring rising on Lot  23, Registered PUn 486, Oaoyooa Division,  which flows Easterly and drains into Smith  Creek, about ono half mile from mouth of  creek The water will ba diverted at  ths Spring and will bs used for Domestic  purposes upon tha Und described as Lot  11. Registered PUn No. 486, Osoyoos Division. This notice wss posted on the  ground on the 27th day of November, 1918  A copy of this notice and sn application  pursusnt thereto and to ths "Water Act,  1914," will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon Objections  to the application may bs filed with the  said Water Recorder or with ths Comp-  trailer of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C, within thirty day after  the first appearance of thia notice in a  local newapaper. Tha date of the firat  publication of thia notice ia November 28,  1918.  CHARLES BUTT.  2-6p Applicant.  Ij. W. CUNNINOH AM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second ��� Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Alwaya  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna -  End All Your =   Hauling Troubles  By buying a strong, reliable wagon such as Is found in an  Adams or Webber Wagon  Also Grey Campbell Carriages  Heavy and Light Harness  Whips     Sweat Pads      Robes      Horse Blankets  And a select line of  Automobile Rug8 and Wraps  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street AGENTS Phone 150  FURNITURE HOSPITAL!  Upholstering, Polishing  and Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have your furniture overhauled,  recovered and repaired.   Automobile and  Buggy  Seats re-upholstered equal to new.  Mattresses Remade ,    Pianos Repolished  A. HOMEWOOD  (Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.)  is securing premises in town and is open  to take  orders for the above.   Workmanship of the very best.  PRICES REASONABLE  Leave orders at store on Lawrence Ave., beneath dance hall  *>��^i^^^>i^*��^^��f^^^^.'^^^i|>^^^*<^s>^sl*��l>*isi<V^s1<>^r^*^i**al<s(si1>>^i^^li��^ir^^s'sty  Tbe Souih Okanagan District POULTRY SHOW  TO  BE HELD  AT  PENTICTON.  DECEMBER   17-20  Get busy, Kelowna, snd let ths southern and of ths lake ass your birds  Judge, J. HADEN, ol Calgary. Hon. Sec, A. S. FEWTRELL. Penticton  "THE GIFT SUPREME"  Tones Hitherto Lost, now brought out in  Rich Clarity by ihe Brunswick Method  of Reproduction, including the "LUtona,"  the new invention that by the mere turn of a hand plays  perfectly both lateral and vertical cut records  The Brunswick all-wood throat and sound chamber  (built like a violin) with the " Ultona" combine to* set up  new standards of tone, giving to each record played a  purity, power & faithfulness beyond all prior attainment  JUST  TOV  HEAR  THE  BRUNSWICK  JAMES H. TRENWITH  "THE   ELECTRIC  SHOP"  .������������������������������������lesllsRPlPRIIapp  KELOWNA, B.C. PACE SIX  KBLOWNA   EECOKD  Thursday, December 12th, 1918  ( WANTED! )  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE. Coal-oil Heater and Belle Oak  Heater. Apply Mrs. Boyer, Glen Avenue,  alter 6 o'clock, 46t(  1,235 acrea of land, including 44 acres of  bearing orchard, for sale very cheap.  Good buildings. Fine lake (rentage.  Apply to R. B. Kerr, Kelowna, B.C.  1.2.4  FOR SALE, Second-hand Piano, good  condition. Cheap for cash. Box P,  Record Office. 3-4p  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Girl for General Housework.  Good wages. Apply. Mra. Telford, Her.  vey Ave. 4tf  TO RENT  FOR RENT, five-roomed Cottage, partly  furnished, Manhattan Beach, for three  .months. Apply A. Raymer. Phone  Bear Creek. 4-6p  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, second-hand typewriter, cheap  Box XYZ, Record Office. x  WANTED, to buy. Milk Cow and 20 to  25 chickens. Apply R. Magee, P.O. Box  31,0. 3-5p  STRAYED-Yearling Heifer, black, brand-  ed 11 both shoulders. Yearling red  Heifer with same brand on right  shoulder. Bull catf, red, with the same  brand on right shoulder. Please notify  Axel Eutin, Rutland, B.C. 3-4p  WANTED, One or two lots close in. Cheap  for cash. State full particulars first  letter.   Box 116, Kelowna. 4-5p  WOOD WANTED  400 ricks of 24-inch, and 100 ricks of  16-inch pine and fir mixed, to be delivered  at the plant. For further particulars apply  Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Corner Cawston   Avenue and Ellis Street  2 tf  Auction  Of Value to All  Business Men  At Last  a  Real  Directory of  British Columbia  Mr. Frank H Horn, secretary of  the new Wrigley's Directory, is in  town this week in connection wilh  the interests of lhat publication.  The work, which has occupier!  a staff of over 20 persons for the  Inst ten months, is a remarkable  compendium ol classified informti-  tipn in regard to the province.  The first 60 out of the 1,000  pages in the bonk give a list of the  officials of the various government  departments both at Victoria and  ihroughout the province, wilh an  historical review and short articles  by the various provincial ministers  outlir.ing the jurisdiction of their  departments, and indicating the  great resources of the province.  In the gazetteer portion of the  work a lotal of 2,010 cities, towns,  villages and settlements are listed,  in addition to 4,193 geographical  points, enabling the reader to at  once,obtain the location and description of any town, village, lake  or mountain.  A classified business directory,  with all the business men of the  province classified under 1,035  different classifications, is given,  forming a valuable business mailing list of the province At the  end of the directory is a novel section comprising o directory of  trade names, brands, and trademarks, so that the merchant or  householder who knows only the  Ir rde name enn immediately find  on reference lhe manufacturer or  ayent in British Columbia who  makes or handles the required line  of goods.  The book is a valuable possession in any business office.  Beans Wanted!  The    Western    Canners,  Ltd., are open to purchase  BEANS by the ton.  Of Farm Implements, Live Stock,  and Household Furniture, to be  held at the BEN PETCH Ranch  north-east of  Rutland Store, on  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19.  Wagon, Democrat, Buggy, new, Disc  Harrow, Harrow*,, 3 sections, new, Plow,  Fruit Raolc, Set 7,000.lb. Springi, new,  Pet 5,000-lb. Springi, new, Cultivator,  Hand Cultivator! and Seeder*, Team of  Work Horse*, 4 and 8 yeara old, Driving  Pony, 8 yeara old, Jeraey Cow, 4 yeara  old, 2 Pipe, five montha old, 24 Hens,  Coal Heating Stove, Kitchen Range, Stove  Pipea, Kitchen Table, Davenport, oak and  leather, Cream Separator, Child'a Cot,  Child'., High Chair, Set Heavy Team Har-  neaa, 2 aota Light Harness, Grind Stone,  Set Plow Harneia, Wheel Barrow, 2 Log.  ging Chaina, Forks, Shovels and Garden  Tools, Hog Caldron, 5 tone Hay, Alfalfa  and Clover, Lamp*, - Window Screens.  Toilet Dishea, Dresser, Wash Stand,, while  enamel,   Washing Machtoe^Qt.L.Tqpki,  3 Empty Kege, Churn, Kitchen Stove  (Gold Nugget), with hot water pipe* and  two grates (wood and coal),4 Dining Stove  (Park Oak), Small Pantry Table (2 leaves)  4 Kitchen Chairs, Solid oak Cupboard,  large square Matting, Medium sized square  Matting, large square Congolium, Bedroom  Dresser and Waeh Stand, Axe, 2 Buckets,  Lantern, 2 Hand Lamps.  Sale will commence at I p.m.  Don't   forget   the    place���BEN    PETCH  ranch, north.eaat of Rutland Store  Everything must be aold without re  aerve. TERMS CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM, Auctioneer  4-5  Skates Sharpened  with special equipment  SKATE STRAPS  Hone Blankets Repaired  Straps, Surcingles, &c,  replaced  BOOT REPAIRS  HARNESS REPAIRS  " If its made of lestkar we can fix it"  "The Saddlers"  (Geo.   Tl omlir.ion)  Opposite C.P.R. wharf       Kelowna  _ President Wilson it ia announced, will pay an official visit to the  Pope on December 23rd.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that I, G. C. Browse a.  ngent, whose address ia Wilson Landings  B.C., will apply for a licence to take and  use 25 acre feet of water out of spring  riling in Wilsons Gulch, which flow*  Easterly nnd drains into Okanagan Lake  nt Wilson Landing. The water will be  diverted from the apring at the apring  about 100 yards West of the West boundary of District Lot 3745, and will be uaed  for irrigation purpose upon the land described ns District Lot 2186 Osoyoos Division, Yale District. Thia notice was posted  on tlie ground on the 28th day of November, 1918. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Ohjections to the application may be filed  with the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya  after the first appearance of thia notice in  a locnl newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice is Dec. 5th, 1918.  GOODACRE & BROWSE,  Applicant.  By G. C. BROWSE,  3-7 Agent.  The Corporation of the  City of Kelowna  VOTERS' LIST FOR 1919  Notice is hereby given that a Court of  Revision will be held on Tuesday, December 10th, 1918, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna, B.C., for the purpose of hearing and  determining any application to strike out  the name of any person which has been  improperly placed "upon the Municipal  Voter's Liat for the year 1919, or to place  on such list the name of any person improperly omitted from aame.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C, City Clerk.  November 20th, 1918. 1-3  NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND  CREDITORS  Evaporator  Needs Women  Help for Trimming Vegetables  $2 per day  CVARANTEED  and 10 cents per box  over twenty boxes  DO  YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING  AS  EARLY AS  POSSIBLE  The Name  Alvin E. Perkins  with 30 years of valuable factory and  other experience, stands for positively  the bast in the profession of  Tuning and Repairing  of Pianos  'Honesty   of  Purpose   and   Conscientious  Workmanship, and strongly   endorsed by  the best authority in Canada, piano innnu-  facturers  who  are   positively   particular  where they put their signature, as follows:  Heintzman & Co.  Morris & Karn Co.  Gourlay Piano Co.  Dominion Piano Co.  Nawcombe Piano Co..  Fletcher Bros.  Gerhard Heintzman House, Vancouver  Prof. J. D. A. Tripp, Vancouver  Mason & Riich Co.  An independent tuner. Work done for  piono firms���piece work only.  ATTENTION  Mr. Perkins is isolated owing to illness  in his home but will be in Kelowna in a  lew weeks. 48tt  in the matter of the es-  tate of katherin luv1a  McCullough, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that all persons  having claims upon the estate ol Katherin  Luvia McCullough, late ol Kelowna, in the  Province of British Columbia, who died on  the 19th day ol August, 1915, are requir.  edto file with Messrs. Conybenre,Church,  McArthur & DavidsonJBarristers, Cony-  beare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, by the  10th day of January, A.D. 1919, a full  statement, duly verified, of their claims,  and ol any securities held by them, and  that after that date the Administrator  will distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto,  having regard only to the claims of which  notice has been so filed, or which have  been brought to their knowledge.  Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, thia 23rd  dsy of November, A.D. 1918.  CONYBEARE, CHURCH,  McARTHUR & DAVIDSON,  Solicitors for the Administrator.  Lethbridge, Alberta. 3  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING  IUCUULAT10NS  l,o*l stasias rlaktt 1 tks Dominion la Uaa  itoba.   Maskatcasweu   aad   AlWrlit.   tks Kuto  ���rriionr. Iks Nortkwsst fstritorlas. aasl a  ortloa ol tks IWiset oi iliitisk Columbia  rnv bs tsassd tor a tana ot iweolv-oae vein,  t aa sauusj rsntal oj f t aa asm. Mot  ore taaa il.<W�� aaras will bs kaaej ta ot*  utrUersas.  AopUoatioa tor tka Isaaa sssst ka aa* t��  as anoUout la .usrsoa to. tks anat ss Bsb-  ���rsat ol tks sSstriet ia arklek  Irsd lor an sllsatsd.  Kaek application Bast bs sossmMBJsol br a  ha ol H srktsk wili bt r.tsnlrrl it tka niktt  Dglksd loc an aot arailabls, bat aot otkst-  Iss. A roraltr skaii ks oeld am tks ssar-  kantable outsat ai tks Bias at tks rata ol  vs esats tm stmt.  in survsrsd wsrsitswa Ita Uasl sua. ka eV  cribsct br sestloaa or Mai sabiivisioaa of  sen.*.. *>4 ia IISSSSISS I trnillrw tk.  rrurt spolitsl lor akall bs staksd Ml k* tils  nnlioaat hLsas.ll.  lbs psrsoa opsrsliss tka mias skall Isral.lr  hn arrest witk swora rsturn. sooonrrtliiir Ior  bs  lull   umanlllr  tl  swrliksatabls aoal  mined  tka roraltr tksrsom.  >. ktlas   s  -_>r��tsa5.   ..  hs luraisbsd  nt  least ,oaws  inirif  riirkls an sot kslas  sosrattsl   such  ���turns    skall  Ita lean will lusts* tks seal minis* rishts  sir. bat tks lasses mete ba osrasHtsito Mr-  kkaa wkatsvsr arailabls ssriass stnSts star  rosr.is.na asossaarr lav Its irsrklser ot  ks atlas at tks nts ol IM aa  for   tall  antra  ���ads to tks Sssntsn el tks  bs   tatatH  ub-Arrest  ostloa akosat   bs  ol  jsi   laisttsc. Ottawa, ss   to  eta Aasat   or  treat ei ��swu��loa hsssbr.  Car for Hire  Gibson's Garage  Phone 212  238  f. w. own.  (M. B.-rji  i-atf-J^sa-p-a-.��.*.  Your Christmas  k Dinner 5  We are   making  a  line  display   of   good   tilings  in readineaa for the  big event ^  COME AND SEE US  Boiling Beef    18c lb.  Pol Roast   20c 14.  Home Made Sausages   25c lb.  Veal, Roast Leg..-  29c  Veal, Roast Loin.  29c  Veal, Roast Shoulder  25c  Veal, Stew     22c  Veal Chops, Rib  29c  Veal Chops, Shoulder  25c  Beef, Roast .'. 22c  Rump Roast  22��  Round Steak  23c  Loin Steak   30c  Beef Suet   18c  Corned  Pork   30c  Dry Salt Pork    38c  Pork Chop   30c  Pork Steak   29c  Pork, Roast  30c  Side Pork  30c  Leg Pork i��� 30c  Fish   25c  Canada Food Board License No. 221  Davy & Mills  INDEPENDENT MARKET _  Ellis Street      Phone 268  (Next to Weldron's Grocery)  of all makes and descriptions  Cleaned, Repaired, Overhauled  If your machine is giving you  trouble or works in an erratic  manner, or if you need aome  repair for it, drop ua a card.  ALL OUR 'WORK  GUARANTEED  F.E.S., P.O. Box 314, Kelowna    3-  Bicycle Repairs  Alio repaira to Baby Carriage!,  Gramaphonei,  and    Electrical  Appliancei of all kinds.  We have a Very Complete Equipment  for general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  for Brais, Aluminum, Cast Iron  and Steel. Save broken casting!  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  Agent for "Mssser1 Bicycles  Abbott Street, corner ol P��rk Ave.  Phone 347  TOYLAND  75 NOW IN FULL SWING  Present* and Toys in Endless Profusion  Fancy chinaware (English and Japanese) Casseroles  Cups and Saucers Berry Sets Sandwich Sets  Leather Goods (burnt or painted) Express Wagons  Sleighs Velocipedes Automobiles Skooters  Dolls Doll Furniture Doll Bedsteads Gaines  Tea Sets       Blocks      Pianos      Bicycle Accessories  Everything on wheels for the boys and a  Wonderful collection of playthings  for Ihe girls and babies  Two Large Bran Tubs, 10c and 25c  With every 30c purchase get a coupon (or (ood priias to ba drawn (or on  Christmas Eve.   First, Dressed Doll, worth $13.30; Second, Aladdin  Table Lamp, worth $9;  Third. Express Wagon, worth $6.73  James H. Trenwith  SEE   OUR   WINDOWS  " "Che Electric Shop" Kelowna  WM.  HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  WE TRY TO MAKE  CHRISTMAS  DINNER  AN EVENT OF PLEASURE  This requires GOOD CHINA as well as a GOOD TURKEY  Our large stock of DINNER-  WARE in best makes of china  and semi-porcelain is atyourcom-  mand to supply this requirement  CHINA TEA SETS  and CUT GLASS  Make very acceptable Christmas presents.  We have everything in this line.  Kelowna Furniture Co.  OUR REASONABLE PRICES WILL ADD  TO THE  PLEASURE   OF   YOUR   CHRISTMAS   OFFERING


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