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 :  ^oXcroStOvm)  ***  '���otorj.  �����*ib,r  S-O.  KeUrttma Uerorfc  *������������  VOL. XII.   NO. 44  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1920.-4 PAGES  SI.50 Per Annum  J. A. McKelvie is Choice  of Liberal-Conservatives  Receives Unanimous Support  at Penticton Convention  J. A. 'McKelvie, editor of the  Vernon Newt, wat the unanimouo  choice of the Liberal-Conservative  National nominating convention  held at Penticton today. On motion of W. T. Shatford. of Penticton, seconded by Donald Graham,  of Vernon, Mr. McKelvie's name  was put before the meeting. No  other names were mentioned, Mr.  J. M. Robinson, of Naramata, who  had himself been spoken of aa a  poaaible candidate, proposing that  the nomination be made unanimous' which was done amidst much  enthusiasm.  Mr. McKelvie is considered to  be one of the strongest candidates  who could possibly have been put  forward. In close touch for many  years with the peculiar conditions  of the Okanagan district, his attitude on public questions has commanded respect and consideration  at all times. His address before  the convention was a brilliant one,  and impressed his hearers with the  wide extent of his knowledge of  local conditions and requirements,  as well as of broader national  problems.  It is expected that the election  will take piece somewhere about  November 1st, and the next few  weeks will be accordingly occupied  with campaign meetinga in various  parts of the riding. It is understood  that Premier Meighan himself will  ' be here during the campaign and  address gatherings at the principal  points.  At the convention the Yale  Central Liberal-Conservative National Party was organized, with  officers as follows: Hon. President,  The Premier; president, J. F. Burne  Kelowna; first vice-pres., Mrs.  Daly, Keremeos; second vice-pres.,  Frank Hassard.-Enderbv rsecretary  W. E, Haskins, Penticton; treesur-  G.W.V.A. Notes  The end of August was the close  of the first six months of our financial year. Since the organization  of the local branch 453 ex-service  men have joined. Forty-four new  members have joined in the laat  six months and the present membership is 300. Some veterans  living in the rural districts drop  out after a time because the  G.WV.A.does not appear to benefit  them, quite forgetting the advantages so many have derived from  having the headquarters of the  G.W.V.A. at Ottawa ready at all  times to deal with questions of  importance to veterans. When  reestablishment is complete there  will always be the need for the  G.W.V.A. to safeguard the ideals  tor which that great silent army of  our comrades laid down their lives  in France and Belgium.  The canteen statement showed  a very satisfactory return and in.  connection with this we hope to  serve meals very shortly.  We noticed at the Fair grounds  that strangers were reaping a harvest at games of chance. If this is  legitimate amusement how about a  Crown and Anchor board at the  next fair*1 No doubt this' time-  honoured army game could be  produced locally and the money  would be kept in Kelowna. We  think also that it the veterana were  asked they could deyise some  amusement for the youngsters,  which appeared to be missing.  Some further supplies of government army stores have arrived and  will not last long. .  Full details of the new Government Insurance Act for veterans  have been received, alao application  forms. The following are eligible:  Any returned soldier who served  in the CEF.; any returned soldier  who served in the Imperial or any  Allied Arm), who was a resident  er, T. H. Booth, Penticton ; executive, A. C. Cochrane, Vernon, J. F.  Layton, Bridesvillr, Dr. Andrew,  Summerland, A. Morrison, Keremeos, and'J. McKie, Grand Forks,  Japan Seeks Racial Equality  The question of racial equality  for the japaneae, over which the  Versailles peace conference nearly split, will be one of the most  important problems confronting  the general assembly of the League  of Nations when it meets on November 15 in Geneva in pursuance  to the call of President Wilson.  Having failed to get such recognition in the .treaty of Versailles,  owing largely to opposition of  American and British colonial  delegates to the peace conference,  Japan- now proposes to bring the  matter before the League assembly  for final settlement.  The belief is expressed in certain quarters that if Japan fails then  to win the racial recognition that  would give her emigrants equal  rights and privileges svith those of  any other country she will, withdraw from the league.  in Canada on August 4th, 1914;  the widow of a returned soldier  who died after discharge from the  army. The following examples of  the, low premiums charged are  given : At age 30 for $1000 policy  payable at death the monthly premium is $1.44, at age 40 $2.04, at  age 50 $3.10. If a policyholder  becomes disabled and unable to  earn a living, premiums at once  cease and one twentieth of the  policy ia payable in annual instalments for twenty years if the disability should continue so long,  There is no medical examination.  Further details will be given next  week. Full information is available  at the G.W.V.A. Th's appears to  be the best scheme the Government  has yet brought out for the benefit  of the returned men.  A convention of all branches  of the G.W.V.A. in the riding of  Yale hes been called for Friday  24th inat at Penticton, to consider  the selection of a veteran as a  candidate in the coming bye-  election. It will therefore be  neeessarv to hold a special meeting  on Saturday next at S.30 p.m. to  select delegates to attend.'  Music through a  Sapphire  Ball.  No Needles  Change.  THE Sapphire Ball holds  the secret of the Pathephone 'b perfect tone���Like  s drop of water H runs  freely, smoothly, without  scratching or cutting.  The Pathephonj plays all  makes- of records���has all  the advantages of other  gramophones���yet costs no  more than ordinary phonograph*  Psthephones are built in.  period model designs���exquisite pieces of furniture  to fittingly match up with  your most elaborate furnishings. '  The exterior beauty of the  Pathephone is but an outward indication of its per-  feot interior construction.  You'll be proud to possess  one in your home;  * Hear Them at Your Local Dealer's.  PATHE DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED  WINNIPEQ  No Gasoline for  Kelowna Motorists  Cars Must Lay Up or Run  on Coal Oil  Kelowna automobile owners who  have hitherto read with amused  indifference of the straits to which  motorists have been put in other  places for want of gasoline, have  been experiencing the same thing  this week. Supplies of the now  very vitahfluid have been gradually diminishing for aome time until  to-day latere is not a drop to be  had irr town. Most motorists now  adays, are in the habit of filling  their tanks as required from the  different stations and do not keep  any supply on hand so that the  effect of the sho'tage has been immediately felt. Some makes of  cara can run on coal oil after being  started with gasoline, but many  have had to lay up altogether, and  the" poor unfortunate owner been  reduced to the terrible affliction of  walking I  The gas famine has its serious  side, however, for more than e*ver  this year the fruit hauling is being  done by motor truck, and great inconvenience would be caused by  a stoppage now.  It appears that the same difficulty has been experienced all through  the Okanagan, making attempts  to borrow supplies from Vernon  and Penticton useless. Penticton  is still entirely "dry," while Vernon  has got in a small shipment after a  prolonged fast. A tank* car is  expected in Kelowna Saturday.  Surrey Favorable for  Kelowna-Nararata Road  The preliminary survey of the  proposed Kelowna-Naramata road  is proceeding very satisfactorily  according to reports. The worst  part of the road is aoutll of Squally  point, and this haa been completed, a very favorable grade having  been secured. From McClure**  place north to join the road from  Kelowna is all that remains to be  done, and this is comparatively  easy going.' According to rumors  which have beeep handed around  lately there seems every possibility  thnt the. construction of the road  will be undertaken in the very  near future. The departmeht fullv  realizes its vast importance to the  whole Okanagan valley, and the  difficulties thought tc. be in the  way have proved to be much  smaller than was supposed.  The scenic beauty of the road  would make it a great attraction  for tourist?, and il is believed that  automobile traffic through Kelowna  would be doubled and trebled if it  were possible to come direct from  the south without the nuis nee of  the lake crossing.  JAMES H. TRENWITH  "The Electric Shop," Kolowna, B.C.  The contract has been let for  Penticton's new school building at  a price ot $102,234.  The Board of Railway Commissioners is to sit in Vernon on the  I Ith of October.  , R. C. Abbott, for some years  Markets Commissioner in Vancouver, has left the government service and entered into business on  his own account. ,  The price of 23 shillings and  sixpence for a 40 Ib. box of British  Columbia apples will be' fixed by  the British Ministry of Food, and  to operate after November 15, will  be attractive to the Okanagan fruit  growera: It is estimated 300 cara  of applea will be shipped to the  United Kingdom irom thc valley  this fall.  Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., is  so much in love with B.C. lhat he  will build himself a cottage here,  according to a letter whirli the  "millionaire reporter" wrote to Mr.  H. W. Brodie, general passenger  agent of the C.P.R. When Mr.  Validerbilt and his bride visited  Vancouver a few werks ago Mr,  Brodie planned a tour for them lo  Vancouver Island. The couple  liked Sproat Lake so much that  thev purchased an island of four  acrea to be all their own.  Special Prize Winners J  at the Fall Fair  Best collection ol Fruit and Vegetable a,  preserved canned, pickled, dried. Ace, not  ewer then 15 end not more then 20 jeri  tn exhibit. Firat prize $15; eecond $10.  1, Miis Dora Day; 2, Mre. S. Gray.  . To the exhibitor winning the largeat  number of first prizea in Div. VII, one  year's subscription to Farm and Home.  W. R. Lawee. ,    j  To the- exhibitor winning the largest  number of second prizes in Div. VII, one  year's subscription to Farm ana 'Home.  T. W. Stirling end C. E. Weeks equal.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of first prizes in Qiv. X��� one year  subscription to Farm and Home. H  Lysons.  To the eznibitor winning the largest  number of second prises in Div. X, one  year's subscription to Farm end Home.  Mrs. R. W.Thomas.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of first prizes in Div. XII, one  year's subscription to Farm and Home.  Mrs. S. Gray.  Best Herd of Dairy Cattle, female, not  leas than five animals. First prize $25 ;  second $10 ; given by Kelowna Creamery  I.J. Spell; 2, AW Cooke.  Organize Local Branch ���  of Liberal-Conservatives  Well-Attended  Meeting Start  New Political Party  Best Displey of Garden Produce, including flowers, not less than 12 varieties.  First prize $10, given by Palmer & Roger-  son ; second goods to the value of $5,  given hy J. B. Knowles. I, F. " v vil;  2, Col. Belson.  Beet Egg Type Pen, heavy Dreed. One  pound of tee end one pound of coffee,  givLm by the McKenzie Co., Ltd. W. M.  Todd.  Best Egg Type Pen, light breed. One  pound of tea end one pound of coffee,  given by the McKenzie Co., Ltd. H. J.  Day.  Highest Scoring Egg Typ Pullet* One  pound of tea and one pound of coffee,  given by the McKenzie Co., Ltd. H. J.  Day. ���*  Best Dairy Butter, made by exhibitor,  not less than* three pounds in prints.  Goods to the value of $3, given by W. M  Parker & Co.   Axel Eutin.,���?   -  To the exhibitor winning the lergest  number of first prizes- in Div. X, floral,  goods to the velue of $5, given by W. M.  Parker & Co.   H. Lysons.  Best Pen White Wyendottes, $3, given  by Richerd Smith.     Miss Gage-Brown.  Best Pen Rhode Island Rede, $2.50  value, given by Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  A. Notley.  Best pair Dressed Chickens, 1920 hatch*  $5, given by Casorso Bros.   D. Ennis.  Best Collection of Vegetables, grown  from Rennie'e Seeds. First prize $5 in  goods; second $3 in goods, given by Wm.  Rennie Co., Ltd., through their egents,  Kelowna Growers' Exchenge.   C. Tucker.  For Best Loef of Bread, made with  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour, The  McKenzie Co., Ltd., will give e 49-lb. sack  of flour. Mrs. G. Sutherland (award protested).     *  For Beet Dozen Baking Powder Bie-  cuita made with Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour and Dr. Price's Cream Baking  Powder, The MeKenzie Co., Ltd., will  give * 49-lb. sack of flour. Mrs. J. Fletcher (award protested).  For Best Loef of B*-*pwn Bread made  with Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour  and Graham or whole wheat flour, the  McKenzie Co., Ltd.. wilT give a 49-lb.  sack of flour. Mrs. j. Fletcher (award  protested).  For Best Deep Apple Pie (crust above  end below) made with Ogilvie's Royal  Household Flour, The McKenzie Co., Ltd.  will give e 49-lb. sack dt flour. (Duplicate  of prize winner to ojt property of the donor).1 Mrs. Keevil.  Donated by the Robin Hood Mills, Ltd.  through the Kelowne Growers' Exchange,  their Kelowne distributors, for the best  loaf of breed, baked by non-professional,  from Robin Hood Aour. First prize 98-lb.  Robin Hood ; second 49-lb. Robin Hood.  Dealer's sales slips showing purchase of  not less than one 49 of Robin Hood Flour  within two, weeks ��� of date of contest,  must accompany each exhibit, gl, Mrs. G.  Hervev; 2, Mrs. H. V. Chaplin.  To the competitor winning the largest  number of first prizes in Div. XI, the  Western Cenada Flour Mills, through  their local distributor, The Kelowne  Growera' Exchenge, will donate one 98-lb.  sack of Purity Flour. I, Mise F. Cartridge;  2, Mesdames- Vidler and Cartridge equal.  To the competitor winning the lergest  number of giecond prizes in Div. XI, the  Western Canada Flour Mills, through  their local distributor, The Kelowne  Growers' Exchange, will dona eone 49-lb.  sack of Purity Flout.   Mrs. Cartridge.  To the competitor winning the largest  number of first prizes in Div. XV, goods  to velue of $5, given by Jerman Hunt.  Mrs. Ennia and Mildred Lloyd-Jones equal.  Best Leghorn Cock, $2.50, given by W.  Haug.   J. Aldridge.  The Taylor Milling Co., Alberte,  through the Kelowne Poultry Assn., Ltd.  offer a cup for the best display in heavy  breeds, display to consist of eight birds,  of one variety,'including one cock, one  hen, one cockerel, one pullet and four oth-  era, old orfyoung. Cup to be perpetual  and to be held by the winner for one year  A. Notley.  The Kelowna Po iltry Association. Ltd,,  offer a cup for the Best Display in Light  Breeds, display to consist of eight birds of  one variety, including one cock, one hen,  one cockerel, one pullet and four others,  old or young. Cup to be perpetual and to  be held by >he winner for one year. D.  Ennis.  Best Pen White Leghorns. Three pounds  of tea, given by D. D, Campbell. H. J.  Day.  Second Beat Pen White Leghorns. Two  pounds of tna, given by D. D' Campbell.  H. J. Day>  Best Pair Geese.   $2.  given by Palace  An organization meeting of what  it virtually a new political party,  the Libera I-Conservative National  party, supporters of Union government and of Premier Arthur  Meighan, was held Friday evening  last in the Morrison Hall. The  meeting waa in line with similar  gatherings in various parts of the  Yale riding, in view of the forthcoming bye-election to fill the  vacancy caused bv the retirement  ofthe Hon. Martin Burrell.  The meeting waa well attended  by representatives from all over  the Kelowna district. Mr. J. F.  Burne occupied the chair, while  Mr. J. W. Jones, M.L.A., spoke  briefly on the aims and objects of  the new party. The effect of the  war had been to bring about a  great change in the complexion of  the political parties of Canada, and  indeed many of the old party lines  of demarcation had disappeared  entirely, in the united action made  necessary to organize 'the country  to combat the common foe. In the  west especially it was now a question of men and their attitude towarda the questions of the day,  than of party affiliations. In the  formation of the Union government  no attention had been given to  party politics, and in consequence  they had accomplished more than  any party, government could possibly have done. The heavy tasks  and responsibilities ot office during  that trying period had broken down  the health of Sir Robert Borden,  making it necessary that he should  retire for the present. In the Hon.  Anhvr Meighen there was no  doubt Canada had a man of outstanding ability, and one who could  be trusted to carry opt the good  work.  The flection of officers resulted  as follows: Hon. Pres., Premier  Meighaji; president, J. F. Burne;  first, vice-pres., R. F Morrison;  second vice-pres., Mrs. J. W Jones;  secretary, E. W. Wi.kinson ; trees.,  D. Gordon.  Delegates were appointed as  follows to attend the nominating  convention at Penticton which takes  'place today : W. D. Walker, Okanagan Mission; H..S.Atkinson,East  Kelowna; R. S. Hall, Benvoulin ;  C H. Bond and E. M. Carruthers,  Rutland ; H. F. Benson, Glenmore;  G.'A. McKay, Dr. Dickson, .G A.  Chick, R. F. Morrison and T. Bul.  man, Kelowna.  Hotel.   F. J. Day.  39. Best Male Bird i'n Show. Whip  value $2.50, given by W. R. Glenn fit Son.  A. Notley.  Best tintop of Semi-Ripe Tomatoea,  open to any competitor. Case of Canned  Tomatoes, given by Occidental Fruit Co.,  Ltd.   L. E. Taylor.  To the Exhibitor winning largest number of points in Eggs. Half case mixed  canned goods, velue $4, given by the Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.   D. Ennis.  Best Pair New Zealand Red Rabbits,  Half case mixed canned goods, value $4.  given by Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd. J.  Aldridge.  For the largest number of points (counting 3 for a first, 2 for a second, and I for  a third), acored by individual exhibitor  for plates of apples, $5, given by G. C.  Rose.   Richerd Smith. m  Judging Dairy Cow. Competition open  to boya and girls under 18. First prize $10;  second $5 ; given by W. T. E. Price. I,  Billy Price; 2, Miss W. Harvey.  Best Exhibition Female in Show, $2.50.  given by Dominion Canners. Ltd., per  E. L. Cross.    H J. Dey.  Best Egg Type Pen in Light Breeds,  S2.S0, given by Dominion Canners, Ltd.,  per E. L. Cross.    H. J. Da>*  White Wyandottes, one cockerel end  two pullets. First prize, camera ; eecond  book ; given by P. B. Willits fit Co. Competition open to children only. I, Alfred  Ennis; 2, Harry Mantle.  White Leghorns, one cockerel and 2  pullets. First prize $3 ; second $1 ; given  by J. M. Harvey. Competition open to  children only. I, Edwin Harvey; 2, Lilies  Keevil.  Best display White Leghorns. Box of  apples given by B.C. Growers.    D. Ennis  Best display White Wyandottes. Box  apples, given by B.C. Growers. Mise  Gage-Brown.  Best display Barred Rocks. Box apples,  given by B.C. Growers.    E. Worsley.  Best display American Breeds. Box  apples, given by Axel Eutin.   A. Notley.  BIRTH  RENNIE~On August 17th, 1920,  at Auckland, N.Z., to the wife of  ,   W. H. Rennie,, a son. J  PAQB TWO  KBLOWNA  RBCOW)  Thursday, September 16,1920  is a source of annoyance  which can be avoided by buying (rom lhe City Dairy. We  supply Frtlh Milk guaranteed  not more than two houra old  when you receive it.  We make two deliveries  daily���morning's milk deliv-  ered the same morning and  evening's milk the same evening. This is the only wav to  ensure satisfaction.  City Dairy  Murdock I Sbelder  Proprietors  Burne Avenue     ���     Kelowna  PHONE 4709  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orohard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  0.W, CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward 1 Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, ftc  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 5102  I guarantee prornpt  service  and satisfaction  Six Girls Wanted  to Pick Apples   on the  K.L.O. Bench, commencing September 13th.  Apply to Mrs. Crowley  Phone 41  Fall Millinery  Sept 13 & 14  and following days  C. Arbuthnot  Water Street, Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  PoMsaJsesl srory Tamsssty at Kelowna,  JOHN I.KATHLOT  Editor aad Pnpritrtor  Weld & Maclaren  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 374  ADV-CSTISINO  RAT18  LODGE   NOTICES.   PB0FR8SI0NAL  0ABD6  ETC.. 28  o*nU oer cotnnn ir** mr wmk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-BO tten. SS*  60 d-.vTa ST.  WATER NOTICES-SB lor Hr. luertloM.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-tlri. .mm-*,,o��. IS  oanU DW 11m: each iibMawnt laMTtloB. 8  oonti Mr line.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS) - Two lm*m  Mul un der. BO MnU oer l-tott tint iBMrtloa  nv��r two InohM 40 otati rar inoh fir** !�����  ���ertion: 20 ntnte par Inch rmok nNum*  nidertton.  (CLASSIFIED   ADVBUTIHKMKNTB -S  twit*  oer word    llrnt laMriioa.  1  ��mI ver  word  each Biil)(n*auent lnatrtio*.  All ohADff-M lo oontTMt Adv-KtiMaaeBtfl BiMt  l*i�� In the bnndt of tb* nrlBter   br   Tntadav  AVeijiDff  to    f-riMur*    Doblfttfttton   Ib   ibm   mt%\  limn.  Correspondence  Listings solicited���  FARMS  ORCHARDS  CITY PROPERTY  OFFICES  Bernard Avenue   -    -     Kelowna  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  Correspondents sre requested to make their letters brief and to the point. The views expressed  are not necessarily en.or.ed by thi. publication.  MR. EDWARDS PRODUCES SOME  FIGURES  To the Editor, Kelowna Record,  Does it not seem rather odd to  be talking of Vermont in 1852  when we should be up to date  and recognize the wisdom ol the  Eighteenth Amendment ? Still, we  must not forget Maine's being well  satisfied with Prohibition after its  long trial, and Kansas as a great  booster for Prohibition because of  the sobriety and prosperity that  has resulted.  In basing a sweeping assertion  as to longevity upon only one  factor out of many, your correspondent of last week invalidates  his own argument. Diet is one  factor, but even at that modern  facts are with the Prohibitionist.  The New International Encyclopaedia has this statement about alcohol : "It ia entirely or in part responsible far many human ills as  cirrhosis of the liver, nephritis,  diabetes, gout, hardening of the  arteries, gastritis, insanity. Alcoholics are verv susceptible to infectious diseases in general, especially  pneumonia and tuberculosis. Alcohol, when habitually used by  parents.has undoubtedly untoward  effects on the progeny, aa is shown  by a vaat amount of statistical  data. The statistics gathered in  Paris in the service of Bourneville  showed that of 3271 children of  impaiied mental condition, 1156  had alcoholic fathers, 100 alcoholic  mothers, 53 had both alcoholic  fathers and mothers; in 538 cases  no data were obtainable."  A long insane life* is certainlv  not to be desired, but statistics aie  against its being long. The records  of the United. Kingdom Temperance and Provident Institution for  the period 1866 1905, ahow that  mortality .among total abstainers  amounts to 71.54 per cent, of the  calculated probabilities, as Compared with 94 percent, for the moderate drinkers  Statistics were published in 1910  giving the experience of the Leipzig Ortskrankenkasse with respect  to about 1,125,000 insured in the  period 1887-1905. Of these there  were 4847 alcoholics, and the  mortality of the alcoholics was  about three times the average for  the aame age groups.  The Harveian Society in 1883,  after analyzing the data for 10,000  deaths, estimated that the total  deaths annually in England and  Wales from alcohol would be nearly 40,000.  By what sliange flight of fancy  dees your correspondent persuade  himself that the United States has  been dry? He asks, "What hai the  United States to show for its dryness ?" in face of the fact that in  one year, for example the year  1910,they consumed 1,984,860,940  gallons of booze. Some dryness I  I wish your correspondent had  given us some figures instead of  an opinion about "multitudes"  being in jail for making speeches  and writing to the papers. Per  haps a sentence of ten years is too  stiff, but surely any community  should afford some protection to  the long-suffering editors.  Yours truly,  (Rev.) R. G. EDWARDS  Prof  essiona  1 Card:  s  BURNE * .VEDDELrL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  G. G. Weddell.    -   John t. Burns  KELOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR or BUILDER  Clans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cicll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrirt.tion Work.  Applications for Wster License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST     ���  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer. Sept. 14th, 1920  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Mr 18     v�����B-c  Calls left with- Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164; Resilience 91  '   P.O. Boi22  $125  PER ACRE  Good ORCHARD LAND  under a good irrigation system  Also orchards in full bearing  Easy Terms  THOS. BULMAN  Phone 3206 Kelowna  This evening the recruits are  meeting before the troop's warrant  officers and as they have all been  notified only thoae will be attached  who attend, except where through  no fault of theirs it has been impossible.  At an early date after this meeting of recruits the patrol leaders  will meet and the annual rcorgan-  ization .will take place. As far aa  quarters are concerned, like Mr.  Micawber, we are still waiting for  something to turn up, but in the  meantime we are going ahead just  aa though we had a little club room  all our own.  * .  c,  Two former members of the  troop who have been absent for  several months past have returned  in the persons of Charles Richards  and John Aitken. The former will  be welcomed by the bugle band,  whoae practices will be resumed  immediately. P.L. Ball who is  secretary of the band will notify all  ita members accordingly.  ��� .  .  The recent great Scout Jamboree  in London had representatives of  26 different nations present and  ended in a wonderful spontaneous  tribute to the Chief Scout, who waa  acclaimed Chief Scout not only of  the British Scouts, but of all the  world, it is early yet to be able to  appreciate the results of thia great  est gathering of boys the world has  ever known, but the great id  which seemed to impress itself  upon all the notables who attended  was as the Chief said, "If the scout  movement was not going to put the  spirit of the League of Nations into  the life of the world, I do not know  what will."  Lord Robert Cecil said, "There  is a great connection between the  Boy Scout movement and the  League of Nations. The principles  of the two ideas are the same,  Candour, self-control, friendship  and co-operation, these are the  watchwords of both the scouts and  the League. After all they are  young. The future liea with them.  We of the older generation have  got the world into a terrible mess,  a welter of slaughter and famine.  There is only one hope that stands  above the flood���that after all the  terrible destruction we see around  us this is to be the dawn of a new  era. That is our one hope, and  that is our one chance. We have  begun the task, and it ia for the  younger generation to carry through  that to which we' have aet our  hands,"  As far as Canada watveoncerned  the sad part of it all was that we  were not officially represented.  The Chief Scout was very dis-  appointed over this and so was  our former Chief Scout, H.R.H.  The Duke of Connaught. At the  private opening which took the  form of a full dress rehearsal, preceding the public opening, he said  "Where is Canada? 1 don't see  Canada." They were able to col  lect three or four Canadian boys,  however, who were acouta and who  happened to be in London then,  and to them fell the honour of  carrying the Canadian flag in the  parade of all the nations. Australia  was only represented by a contin  gent of 8, but they had to travel  16,000 milea to get there. The  Union of South Africa sent the  argeat British contingent, consisting  of I6S from the Cape Province,  Orange Free State, Natal and the  Transvaal. A wonderful feature  of this contingent was that it included a large proportion of what  we used to call Boers a few years  ago, and who were our enemies  until they became our brothers.  The Chief Scout discovered no  fewer than three whose fathers  were fighting against himself at  Mafeking  A "KILTIE" STORY  "A Highland soldier, on entering an  underground train at Paddington found  hinualf in the centre of a group of small  boys returning from the Jamboree at  Olympia. . There wa. no vacant seat, but  a tiny 'wolf-cub' got up snd aaid, 'Take my  seat, miaa.' The Highlander blushed,  smiled, and replied in kindly tones, 'Thank  ye, me lad, but A'm no a Girl Guide yet!"  ���Daily Mail.  NOTICE  J. C. Stockwell will hold a  Sale of Household Furniture  Stoves, Beds, Guns and other  effects, at the residence of  Mrt. H. L. A. Keller  on Saturday, October 2nd. 1920  Particulars nest week  ANNOUNCEMENT  The Jack McMillan Chapter  I.O.D.E. will give an exhibition of  historical pictures in the Morrison  Hall on Saturday afternoon next,  commencing at 2 o'clock. Admission 10c.   Afternoon tea, 25c.  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Dey Phone 116 ' Night Phone 5302  J.  GRANT  (giTtpAeat  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  Thomaa H, Ince presents  ENID BENNETT  in  "The Woman in the Suitcase"  A Paramount-Artcraft picture  With tense, drawn face, ahe watched. In thst other room her own  father���the man who to her had stood for all that was noble���turned by a  woman to common clay. But thia sweet-faced girl���what was she doing in  a place like thia r    Come and ks.  Paramount Scenic and Pollard-Snub comedy.  Evening, 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3.30, 10s and 25c  MONDAY   AND  TUESDAY  Betzwood Film Company presents  LOUIS BENNISON  ��� in ���  "The Road Called Straight"  A drama of stout hearts and fighting fiats  Added Attractions: the last of the Cheater Outings, and  Christie Comedies-  Evening 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  WEDNESDAY  AND  THURSDAY  Jesse L. Lasky presents  Cecil B. DeMille's Production  Why Change your Wile?  By Cecil B DeMille  There*, one time when real married life ia absorbingly entertaining���its  when Cicil B. DeMille put. it in a picture.  Also Pathe Special Comedy and Topica of the Day  Evening, one show, at 8.15.   Prices 25c and 55c  WHY WALK TO VERNON  WHEN THE  OVERLAND STAGE  LEAVES KELOWNA DAILY AT 12 A.M., RETURNING LEAVES  VERNON 8 A.M. SINGLE S3 i   RETURN $3.  Phone 40  P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  FOK SALE: INSURANCEi  Farm. Automobile  Orchards Ufa  Houses Fire  U.tings Solicited ,  ALSO AT  VANOOUVER VICTORIA CHILUWACK.  CLOVERDALE. MISSION, PENTICTON, exc  A B. BARRAT.  Manager.  Bernard'Ave., Kelowna, B.C.  GET READY  to exhibit or attend the  Great Agricultural Fair  ARMSTRONG  on Wednesday and Thursday  September 22nd and 23rd, 1920  BIG SPECIAL PRIZE LIST  See Your Local Agent'for Special Ratea Get Prize List at Record Office  Mat HaiMB, Secretary Armstrong, B.C, Thursday, September 16,1920  XKLOWKA  RECOID  PAGE THREE  //^^*c^sO(?t^Ur  m/   tiMtrmo  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  FALL COATS  FOR  UTILITY  WEAR  ALTHOUGH designed to  be extremely serviceable,  these coats possess smart  lines and retain every desirable style feature. Their  huge collars and large cuffs  give them a suggestion of  "wrappiness."  Tweed Coats aa low as...$2275  Velour Coats aa low as ..$34.75  Trimmed & Un-  trimmed Hats for  Present Wear  This showing of trimmed and untrimmed  Hats include every popular shape and style for  fall. Large hats and  small hats; shapes that  require only a hint of  trimming, and shapes  which permit the most  elaborate adornment.  See thia new millinery  on display  No wonder Blouses are  so beautiful, they had to  do justice to these Skirts  Some will want plaid, so plaid  are here in fine variety.   Some  may prefer checked patterns, so  checked patterns are  generously shown. And  there are striped effects  and lots of plain shades  for those who want  something more subdued. The materials  are fine soft woollens  and silks, many of them all the more attractive  because pleats are so effectively employed.  COMPLETE SHOWING OF COATS, SUITS, DRESSES,  SKIRTS AND  WAISTS  FOR FALL   WEAR  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special ratea  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Truck, are all new and up-to-date  PHONE 30 DAY OR NIGHT  CREAM PRICES  from August 2nd. 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 68c      ���        ���"  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  W. Chamberlain and daughter  left Tuesday for New Westminster.  Mrs. A. Evans was a paasenger  to Vancouver Tueaday.  Mrs. J. W. Thompson left last  Thursday on a visit to the coast.  Albert Homewood, jr., left Saturday for Jamestown, N.Y.  Miss McDougall was a passenger  Thursday last for Vancouver.  Harman Willita left last weekend on a visit to Calgary.  Mrs. Baldwin is a viaitor for a  ahort time to Toronto.  The new storage building is now  approaching completion, in fact,  several cara of fruit are already  stored on the first floor.  School children will find the exhibition of hiatorical pictures at the  Morrison Hall on Saturday of great  interest and should make an effort  to attend.  The Armstrong Fall Fair is to be  held next week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thuraday, and a few  of the prize lists haye been forwarded to the Record for the benefit of those who might wish to send  exhibits from Kelowna. Our Armstrong friends hope to be able to  have the candidatea for the Yale  parliamentary vacancy deliver ad-,  dresses at the opening of the fair.  They heartily invite Kelowna people either aa visitors or exhibitors.'  The Court of Revision of the  new voters' list took place Monday  in the court houae. Owing to the  fact that the new list had been so  recently compiled, the old one  having been discarded entirely,  and only peraonal application considered, there was little in the way  of revision to do. There were,  however, some additions made,  fourteen in all, chiefly of persons  who ead completed the requisite  period of six months residence in  B.C.  Dr. Campbell left Wednesday  on a shooting trip to the Cariboo.  Col. Moodie left forCranbiook  yeaterday afternoon.  Mra. Dave Crawford and Miss  Johnston left today for Seattle for  a holiday.  Mrs. L. McArthur and- Miss  Christensen left Tueaday for Swift  Current.  D'Arcy W. Hinckaon is back in  Kelowna thia week on a visit from  Barbadora.  Thanksgiving will this year be  celebrated on Monday, October  the 18th.  A milling company is being  orgarized in Vernon to be known  aa the Okanagan Farmers' Milling  Co., for the purpose of Okanagan  grain. It ia claimed in the prospectus that on flour and feed a  saving of $ 11,60 a ton can be made  on freight alone. A "Midget" flour  mill ia to be purchased and installed v/ithout delay.  Wednesday, October 20th, is the  date of the prohibition plebiscite  in British Columbia. Thia date  was decided on Friday afternoon  laat by the provincial government.  "Any ' previous statements suggesting dates were made without  authority from any member of the  government," said Premier Oliver  in making the announcement.  "There have not even been any  dates suggested. A clause in the  act covering this passed at the last  session of the legislature says lhat  the prohibition plebiscite Bhall not  be sooner than August 15th. In  deciding on October 20th we have  overrun the time act in the act  by two months and five days."  All voters on the new provincial  votera' liat completed recently will  have the right to vote on this question.  Why Change Your Wife?  Standing ahoulders high above  the mass of motion picture directors are the few men who repreaent  the maatera of the profession  Among them, Cecil B. DeMille  ranks with the highest.  A pioneer in the photoplay in  dustry, Mr. DeMille brought to his  task of picture producing the ideala  of a true artist.  Perhaps the secret of Mr. De-  Mille's success is the fact that he is  a rare combination of imaginative  artist and realist. He is a dieamer  who seta about making Vis dreams  come true in a perfectly natural  manner. If, aa in "Male and  Female," a tropical island were  necessary as a background, Mi  DeMille set to work constructing  one. When completed, it could  not be told from the genuine  article. Beauty is the keynote of  every DeMille production. To  secure this, no expense of time,  money, or effort is spared.  In this latest picture, "Why  Change Your Wife?" scheduled  for the Empress Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 22nd  and 23rd, Mr. DeMille has taken  for hia theme a strikingly dramatic  phase of young married life.  Thomas Meighan and Gloria Swanaon are the leading playera, though  the cast is practically all-star and  includes such favorites as Bebe  Daniels and Theodore Kosloff, the  Russian dancer.  Rutland News  it  i omr owi aorreKPowhvti.  SPECIAL SALE  Boys' School  Boots  SOLID   LEATHER .  $4.95  $4.45  Misses' and Growing Girls'  Solid Leather School Shoe*  See Window  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  C. W. Irons from England is  a visitor at Mr. Ceo. Schofield's  ranch.  Mr. Jas. Duncan and family of  Enderby are visiting at the Wallace  homestead for a few weeks.  On Tuesday evening the Prohi-  bitioniats are to meet in the school  for organization purposes in preparation for October 20. All intereated are asked to attend.  Misa Evaleen Harrison arrived  home on Wednesday's boat after a  aix months' course in domestic  science at Vernon. Evaleen is  now qualified to cook to suit  dvspeptics.  An important meeting is called  for Wednesday next, the 22nd, at  the schoolhouse when the matter  of Church Union will be discussed.  This does not relate to Presbyterians and Methodists . only, but to  all Protestant bodiea, and a large  gathering of Rutlandera is expected at 8 p.m.  Just Received  New shipment of  Time Saver  Electric  Washers  Make   your    purchase   this  month as prices will advance  September lat.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite the Kslowna Sawmill  I     Co,'t Office  1 Webber Farm jagg  We have the following in stock :  3i-in. axle, 4-in tire  3i-in. axle, 4-in. tire  3-in. axle, 2i-in. tire  One Horse Wagon* complete with shafts.  Iron Wheel Trucka for orchard work.  Ask the man who uses a Webber���there's lots of them.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Lower Prices for Cash  ".Extra No. I Feed Oata $3.65 per cwt.  Flatted Oata   3.75  Fine Oat Chop  3.75  Oat Feed  3.10  Whole Barley    3.45  Chop Barley  3.55  Bran  2.75  No. I Timothy Hay  44.00 per ton  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones: Feed Store 29 ;  Warehouse 117;  Office 37  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your ord��r in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  Barflains in Used Cars  1919 Baby Grand Chev.  Leas than a year old.    A real snap.  1920 Chev. 4-90  Run less than 400 miles.    Spare tire and licence  paid.  1920 Briscoe, 5-passenger  . Used only as demonstrator, 250 miles.   Last of  the line.   Will make bargain price on this.  1912 Overland  in.running order.   This is a snap at the price.  Also see the New  "OVERLAND UGHT 4"  THE Light Car of the year  ���SHOWROOMS:  THE OIL SHOP  SALESMAN i   J. W. B. BROWN*.  PHONE 287  .  "MERCHANDIZE THAT   LASTS"  Our showing of  the ADAM PATTERN  in  Community   Plate  it very complete.   Let  ua  show you fhis beautiful  design in silver.  You can start with one piece and add to it, finally  acquiring a complete wt  The price ia aet by the makers and gives the best  value poaaible for the monev expended.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW         ���        -        -        MANAGER  J PAGE FOUR  KEEOTTN*   IECOM  Thursday, September 16,1920  ft *���H  Lies tjou can nave  Vucli a phonograph  LET us show you the Certificate of Authenticity  which Marion Evelyn Cox has signed. This is  the outstanding fact which comes to you out of  the memorable tone-test recital given Monday, September 6th, in the Empress Theatre. A new era jn  music is here. Mr. Edison has lifted the phonograph  to the dignity of a new art.  You can no longer be satisfied with a phonograph  that imitates. Now, you want a phonograph that equals  the human voice. ,  You know there is such a phonograph. Mr. Edison  made an astounding test wilh the Official Laboratory Model  of the New Edison to prove it. Kelowna heard the New  Edison RE-CREATE Miss Cox's voice in direct comparison  with Miss Cox's living voice. So realistic was the New  Edison's performance that no one in the entire audience  could distinguish it from this artist's living voice.  Tk NEW EDISON  " THE   PHONOGRAPH   WITH A   SOUL"  You yourself can have auch a phonograph. Let us  show you exact duplicates of the Official Laboratory Model  which triumphed in the tone test. Let us show you the Certificate of Authenticity, which Miss Cox has signed, after  inspecting these instruments, and in which she declares that  these instruments are the equals in every respect of the  instrument used in the tone test.  YOU CAN BUY YOUR NEW EDISON  ON A BUDGET PLAN WHICH SO DISTRIBUTES THE PAYMENTS' THAT  YOU'LL HARDLY FEEL   THEM.  %HE  MORRISON-THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., LTD.  PHONE 298  BOX V>I  D. CHAPMAN  MOTOR HAULAGE CONTRACTOR  Motor Trucks for every  kind of hauling.  Speedy, comfortable Pneumatic  Truck for Picnics, &c.  Furniture and Pianos  Moved with care.  CHALMERS CAR FOR HIRE  DAY  OR  NIGHT  LIVERY AND FEED  STABLES  AT THE  Johnson Barn, Lawrence Avenue  Weather Report for August  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Aug. Max.  1     80  2    84  3 ..,./.., 82  4    81  5     81  6     83  7    82  8    82  9    81  10    85  11     79  12    81  13    83  14    85  15    84,  16    84  17    64  18    71  19     74  20     77  21     75  72     78  23    78  24    76  25     64  26    73  27    64  28    65  29     65  30    67  31     66  76.58  Min.  53  ���' 53  60  52  51  55  55  55  57  61  ' 55  55  55  58  57  51  53  54  44  'SO  48  48  52  55  55  55  55  50  45  45  41  52.67  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE  STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired & Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can m-up holster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  , like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &<*.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna   Furniture Co.  Phone 366  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. KOSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street     Kelowna  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue. Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 29tf  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. I louse 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Appty P.O. Box  25. 21 tf  FOR SALE. Houses. Bearing Orchards,  Cattle Ranches, City Property. Pom.  berton Ar Son, Bernard Ave. 27tl  FOR SALE, fifty tons third crop Alfalfa.  Phone I7.-I or 179, Casorso Bros., Ltd.  4ltf  FOR SALE, a few good Indian Runner  .Ducks, and fowls. What offers ? P. M.  Wilson Landing. x  FOR SALE, .8 Dairy Cows, Grade Jersey,  Holstein Grade, Shorthorn and registered Holstein. J. Birch, Pendozi St., Kelowna. 43-4p  FOR   SALE,  about  300  assorted Game  Traps, Nos. I to 50,' mostly No. 4 and  I ft. alao other trappers' outfits.   To be  shown at G. w! Cunningham's, City.  43.6p  LOST, between the B.C. Growers and  post office, Tan Gauntlet Glove for right  hand, also Starting Crank Case for  McLaughlin car. Reward for return to  the B.C. Growers' office. 44c  FOR SALE, one Thoroughbred Clydes  dale, 1400 lbs., Cream Separator, 8 gallon Barrel Churn, never used. Phone  3210. 44-6p  FOOD MILK COW for sale.  Campbell.  Apply J. J.  44tf  FOR SALE. 6-roomed Bungalow, $2,450.  Terms. Close in. Owner, Box L, Record. 44-6p  FORD  CAR  FOR  SALE, 1918  model.  Three new tires.   Cash  or terms.   No  reasonable offer refused. In good shape.  Apply Colman, above Mason-Risch Store  44.5p  -i-  LOST AND FOUND  FOUND���Heavy  iron  Jack.  Record Office.  Apply   at  44  MISCELLANEOUS  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.CS.  course yet ? Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelow.  na. 25tf  UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER (not a liquid).  Miracle Motor Gas.   Veteran Vulcanising Works, Kelowna, G. Lane, Prop.  40tf  NOTICE. All persons are warned against  purchasing the property at Benvoulin  known aa the Lytic place (north 20  acrea), on which is a ' canning factory,  from anyone save the undersigned, who  is in possession of the aame. H. J.  Turner. 28tr  Misa Dillon will be pleased to meet  ladies requiring Spirella Cornets at Room  5. Oak Hall Block, on Saturdays, from 2.30  to 5.    Phone 115 for special appointment.  Waltham and Elgin  WRIST   WATCHES  Watches that will keep accurate  time���Watches that ara aure to  , please.  STANDARD PRICES  J. B. Knowles  KELOWNA  Okanagan Telephone Co.  THIS COMPANY operating in your own  town and surrounding district are doing  everything possible to give you better service  from month to month. The inability to secure  material and additional capital during the past  five years has been a great handicap in our  efforts to give improved service and to extend  our system. Watch our announcements as to  how we propose to give better service and to  take care of increased business.  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO.  A. B. GODFREY, Manager. VERNON, B.C.  Stockwell's. Ltd.  KELOWNA  Is the Place to buy,   ,  Wide Mouth Sealers and  i Jelly Jars  MasonUrs  Seal .Air!   Ua'irvA A *  cbano niyzBr������  s*N��s*mnco-ror5  SAM   OIIOO ��� ,916       **���  We have a few SCREEN DOORS to  clear at a discount  Many new linea in ALUMINUM WARE  and GRANITE WARE  See our nice BED ROOM RUGS  Our GEM WASHING MACHINE is  the best yet  A fine lot of RANGES and HEATERS  Stockwell's, Ltd.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co,  Established 1893  Rea) Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poat Office  BUNGALOW, 4 rooms, bath and kitchen,  with one acra of land and aome fruit  treea, cloae in. Price $4000, on terms to  be arranged.  5-ROOM BUNGALOW, with pantrv ud  bathroom, three Iota. Price $4,000, half  cash, balance to be arranged.  2-STOREY BRICK HOUSE of 7 rooma  and full baaement, fully modem and  furnace heated. Garage, chicken house.  Price $4,500, Terma can be arranged.  2-STOREY HOUSE of 6 rooma. bath and  purrtry. Stible and woodsheh. Price  $3,200. $1,500 cash, balance can be arranged.  We have a Urge selection of city property  for aale. Call and see ua. Prices and  terma to suit.  Oflice houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdaay 9 to  10 D.m.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH -   Phone 180  MEN WANTED  Ten Men Wanted (or Concrete  Construction, work. Wanes $5  (or 9 hour day, board $ 1.20 day.  Apply W. E. ADAMS, Kelowna  or Phone 3804  Come, Get Your New  FALL & WINTER  9  OUTFIT from US  Until you have seen and tried on our new Fall  and Winter Gaiments you cannot appreciate  how handsome they are and what BIG VALUE  we give you. Come in and let us show you our  garments. You will admire the quality, style  and workmanship. When you learn our prices  you will buy your outfit (rom us.  Special Bargain in  MISSES' SHOES  ��� .in sizes 11 to 2k  These are lines we have got a full range ol sizes in but  you will find all sizes in the lot.    Values as high as $7  Sale Price $3.50  Splendid new range oi- Ladies' Tweed, Serge, Jersey  and Poplin Skirts, just come to hand, priced  at $6, $7.50, $8.50 and up to $20  Also another shipment of Ladies' Misses' and  Children's Fall and Winter Coats, some have  Plush and Fur Collars, beautifully made up in the  latest fall styles and priced most reasonably.  Ladies' Shawl Sweater Coats and  Wraps, with or  without Tarns to match, in all wool, many designs  to choose from.  ' Children.s all wool Jersey Suits, Sweaters, Bloomers  and Toque in Saxe, Brown and Cardinal, at...$4,  $4.25 and $4.50 per suit  Men's and Boys' New Fall Caps in a splendid assortment of new materials.Jwith or without pull down,  some have the Unbreakable Peaks, pricea  from i $1 up to $4.50  Men's and Boys' New Fall  Work Shirts in heavy  cotton or woj  materials, sizes .from  12 to 18.  .   You will  have to  see this  splendid ��� range  to  appreciate the values we are offering.  Men's and Boys' Work Gloves, in lined or unlined  Boys' lined Chrome Tanned Horse - hide Gauntlet  Gloves at $1.75 pair  Boys' unlined Tan Dogskin Gauntlet Gloves with star  at '.. ,.$1.^5 pair  Men's heavy mule unlined Gloves, outside seams,  i  at $1 pairv  Men's heavy horse-hide unlined Gloves, outside seams  at $2.75 pair  Men's heavy horse-hide gauntlet Gloves, outside  seam.--, at..  $3 pair  Saturday Grocery Specials  Fancy Mixed Biscuits and Ginger Snaps, fresh stock,  on sale at 20c per lb.  45c bottles of Marsh's or Welch's Grape Juice, 3 for $1  J. F. FUMERTON 1 CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to P.y Caah,"  I

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