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 r ������ - ���-���. ���"������!���.'  n*  Motoma lUcurt,  ���*=  VOL XL   NO. 49  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1919.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Hearst Defeated in  Ontario Elections  Unusual interest has been taken  all over the Dominion in lhe Ontario elections, which took place  Monday, resulting in (ha defeat of  tha Hearst government and the  splitting up of the country's representatives into a number of parties,  none of whom have sufficient control to form a strong government.  Tha United Farmers have 45, Liberals 28. Conservatives 25, Labor  II, Soldier I, and Independent  Liberal I, a total of 111 seats The  situation thus created leave, much uncertainty a. to how th. new government will  bo formed, bul it ia possible that a *rong.  er majority will be created by the "fusion  of two or more of th. different sections.  In regard to th. referendum which wa.  being taken on th. Prohibition question,  the dry. have an ov rrwlielming majority  '.ggrega-ing over r. million on the iour  Interesting Local Wadding  An interesting wedding ceremony  took place Tuesday morning, at  the Baptist Church, when Elisha R.  Bailey was married to Miss Lena  E. Wilson. Both voung people are  well-known and popular locally,  the former being a son ot Postmaster E, R. Bailey, and only recently returned from service overseas, whilt the bride is a daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wilson, formerly of Rutland, but now residing  at Chilliwack. - -  The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. W. F. Price,  took place at 9.30 a.m., in the presence of a large congregation. The  church waa handsomely decorated  with flowers and foliage The bride  waa given away by her brother,  Eslie G. Wilson. Mr. Harman  Willits acted as best man and Miss  Beattica Wilson, sister of the bride,  as bridesmaid.  Immediately after th. ceremony the  iwly.married pail Ml by automobile for  settle and ChilKwnck. where the honey  moon will be ^ent. They were aeconv  panied a. far as Vaimon by a party of  relative, ud friend*,   t* ~  Navy League Tag-Day  The Nelaon Day campaign in.  ' augurated bv the Navy League of  Canada to raise $500,000 took in  Kelowna the form ot a "tag day"  Tuesday. The local chapter of the  Daughters of the Empire undertook  the collection, which resulted in a  sum of $96 being raised as Kelow  na's contribution to the total aum.  The money collected throughout  Canada will be devoted to the pay-  . ment of tha debt-of gratitude to the  Canadian seamen lost in the war;  to provide protection and home  comfort for teamen who' com" to  Canadian porta; to educate the  people to the need of a strong navy  and a strong mercantile marine and  to train native-born lads for tervice  in the navy and Canadian merchant  ships.  Modified Scheme Suggested for Memorial  The War Memorial Committee  met together last Thursday evening  in the council chamber, but aa  those attending were not aufficient  in number to form a quorum the  proceedings were limited to an informal discussion of futiue plans.  It was apparent that the rather  ambitious scheme decided upon at  a previous public meeting, would have to  be modified somewhat Sev.nl of the  country district, had decided not lo cooperate with Kelowna but hed adopted  ���cheme. of their own. Rutland had arranged for a monument aad Benvoulin a  Community Hell,  Col. Bebon, on behalf of tha War Vet-  arena, made a suggestion A��t the funds be  used for e three-fold purpose, namely: (I)  a permanent monument to thoae who had  fallen; (2) assistance to the G.W.V.A. ia  acquiring and furnishing their new club  house, end (3) a community hall or gymnasium which could be used as headquarter, for the Boy Scout, end similar organizationa He outlined the scheme which  the veteran, were at preaent endeavoring  to promote in order to provide themselves  with new quarters, as they were liable to  tone their present onea at any time.  It wns considered that thi. plan would  probably meet with general public approval and a committee was appointed to draw  up a definite sthenic which could be laid  before e public meeting on November 13.  Rutland News  (From one own oorrssDoDosntl.  Returned Man Dies in  Hospital j  Another military funeral <was  held yesterday when Walter H.  James, a returned soldier lately arrived from Vancouver was buried.  Jimes came up a few weeka ago  and aecured work amongst the  K.L.O. orchards. He was, however,  not in very good physical condition  abd still suffered front- the effects  of German gas, with which he had  been badly injured at Paachendale.  James aerved for some time with a  railway battalion in France. On  Friday last he wat admitted to' the  Kelowna Hoapital, but although he  waa given every possible care and  attention, he passed away Sunday.  So far as could be ascertained  Put Clocks Back Sunday  Th. Daylight Saving scheme which  hu been in effect through the rammer  change, at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. A  notice in the B.C. Gazette and advice,  to all railway employee, convey thia'  information.  deceased had no relativea in this  country except a sister in Manitoba,  and she was at once communicated  ,with. The funeral took place yesterday, being attended by a number of the war veterans. A service  conducted by the Rev. W. Price  was held in the Baptist Church at  1.30.  Mrs. Homuth Died at Gait  Word waa received this week of  the death on Oct. 2nd, at Gait, Ont.,  of Mrs. Homuth, wife of O. Homuth  of the Vernon road. Mrs. Homuth,  who had been Buffering from cancer for some time, went several  months ago to her old home at  Gait, where ahe was to undergo  hospital treatment. Mr. Homuth  has also been staying at Gait for  the past few weeks, and they were  expected to arrive back in Kelowna  a lew days ago. Instead came the  sad newa that Mrs. Homuth had  passed away, the funeral taking  place two days later. Mr. and Mrs.  Homuth came to Kelowna about  eight or nine years ago.  Aliens Leaving Vernon for  Deportation to Europe  Two carloads of aliens, seventy-  eight in all, who have been interned at Vernon, left yesterday for the  eaat for deportation to their hornet  in Europe. They were joined at  Sicamous bv a caiload of mentally  afflicted persons from the Essondale  aaylum, who will also be deported  to their European homes. The  majority of the aliens who are being deported are Germans, the remainder Austrians. They will be  sent to Halifax or Montreal for  shipment to England and from  thence to Germany. They are proceeding over the C. P. R. under  heavy guard.  Return of Kelowna Officers  Capt. C. W. Dickson, M.C, was  an arrival on Monday's boat. He  left Kelowna in 1915 as lieutenant  with tha 172nd but waa later transferred  to the "KiMes."  Oa Wedneedey afternoon Major P.  Brooke was welcomed. He was one of  tha tint to enlist from Kelowna, being one  of a number of the old B.C Hone to go  with the 2nd CM.R.'s. After service for  about eighteen month, in Fiance a. quar-  t.rmaster, he returned to England and wa.  given charge of a section of the B.C. reserve fore...  Major F. A. Robertson, D.S.O., of  the Returned Soldiers' Commission  for B.C., waajn town kit Friday.  He stated that a sum of $250,000  had been aet aside, by the government to meet cases of hardship and  distress amongst returned soldiers  or their dependents. Several local  cases were brought to his attention  and ha undertook to see that assistance was given. Major Robertson^ has  Men most distinguished aervice in the war  having raftered the Iom of a leg. an eye  end two finger..  The bank statement for August  supplies encouraging evidence of  the promising manner in which  Canada it tackling her problem of  economic adjustment. It shows  that deposits in savings banks have  gone up $161,921,066 compared  with August last year, and this notwithstanding the fact that a considerable portion of tha $600,000,-  000 raited by tha Victory Loan last  year represented savings deposit..  Mrs. Maxwell ia a delegate from  the Rutland Women's Institute to  the convention which it to be held  at Salmon Arm thit weekend. She  it leaving today by the boat.  On Monday evening in the tchool  Mr. Treherne delivered to a large  and appreciative audience of Rutland and Benvoulin farmers, an  interesting report of his investigations in connection with the onion  maggot and cutworm The subject  of tomato growing was alao discussed and it was decided to bold an.  other meeting in connection with  thit on Monday, November 3rd.  P. Carney, of Cleveland, is at  Eresent visiting at the hone of hit  rother, John Carney.  Miss W. Homuth left this morning for Vancouver to visit her sister.  Mitt Lois Homuth, who it attending University there.  The aecond dance of the season  was held last Friday by the Athletic  Club, and the boys ate congratulating themselves on the success ot  the event. There waa a large attendance, and everything went off  in a moat enjoyable manner. Incidentally the fundt of the club  were enriched by about $100. Another dance it in contemplation.  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clever and  daughter left thia week for Chilliwack, which is to be their home  for the future. For some years  past the family has taken its part  in the life of thit community, and  they are leaving many good friends  behind. At the Presbyterian Church  Friday, a little farewell supper waa  given;  The football game Saturday be  tween teamt representing the Atlv  letic Club and the Young People's  Society resulted in a win for the  latter by four goals to three. Both  teama were short-handed, aa some  of the players picked were too busy  to attend. The Athletic Club boys,  it might be mentioned, were resplendent in the new uniforms of  green and white.  The Athletic Club held a meeting Monday, when there was a  little reshuffle of officers, made  necessary by the resignation of the  secretary, Geo. Tratk, who is going  up to hia ranch in Joe Rich district.  Arthur Gray took over the secretary's work, having to resign his  position aa vice-president in order  to do to. The latter office waa  filled by Elwood Fleming. Arrangements were made for another football match for Saturday next.  A former Rutland baby was the  first prize winner at Penticton baby  ahow. Dennis Reid, the Si month  old baby boy, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Reid, formerly of Rutland,  beat all comers for this coveted  distinction, scoring 98 points. Mr.  Reid is the engineer at the Domin  ion Canners, Penticton.  The large fireproof warehouse  on Water Street to the rear of  Lawson's store is being remodelled  this week. Mr. S. T. Elliott having  leased it for purposes of an implement store.  I  When Edward, Prince of Wales���eager, bright  eyed, smiling and sincere���arrived in Canada In  August, and when he voiced his great admiration of  the wonderful achievements Of Canadians, on ths  fields of battle and at home, once again -we were  thrilled with joyous pride.  He asked concerning Canada's reconstruction pro-  frajrvme, and when he was told of the Victory Loan  919, he graciously consented to the use of his Coat  of Arms on a flag, which is to be the prize of honour  for districts achieving their quota in the loan.  In dedicating "The Prince's Flag" at Ottawa on  Labor Day, His Royal Highness said in part.���  "It is a great joy to me to be associated with tha  loan, which is the bridge between war and peace, and  which is finishing off the job."  "I hope every dty and district will win my flag."  Striking, and beautiful in design, this flag will form  not only an unique memento of Victory Year, but a  lasting and outstanding souvenir of the visit of His  Royal Highness���a visit which will remain as one of  tba most memorable events in Canada's history.  The reproduction above shows the design of the  flag. The body is white, the edge red; in the upper  left hand corner is the Union Jack, and In the lower  right hand corner the Prince of Wales' Coat of Arms.  The flag is made in two sizes, 4 feet 6 inches by  9 feet for small cities, towns and villages, and 7 feet  by 13 feet 6* Inches for cities of over 10,000 population.  Canada has been divided into canvassing districts  by the Victory Loan Organization. Each dty forms  one district Other districts have been determined  according to population.  Bach of these canvassing districts has been allotted  a certain amount in Victory Bonds to sell. To win  the Prince's Flag, therefore, a district has to sell its  allotment.   That Is the one and simple condition.  .Anticipating that many districts will buy far  beyond tneir allotment, the organization decided that  cur each twenty-five per cent, excess of the quota one  Prince of Wales' Crest be awarded. Thus the workers  in a district doubling its quota will be the proud winners of four small crests for their Honour Flag. These  crests wiHbs sewn to the flag.   The Prince's Crest���  ���"�������� w*~��v��. Bra.  tbe three ostrich plumes���is shown at the top of the  coat of arms.  To every organization with fifty or more employees,  where seventy-five per cent, of the enrollment invests  a total of ten per cent, of the annual payroll in Victory  Bonds, a supplementary Prince of Wales Flag in  smaller form���48 inches by 34 inches���will be  awarded.  The allotment for each district has been carefully  considered, and is based on a conservative estimate  cf tbe purchasing power of the district.  .  Your district can sell ita allotment and thus win the  Brince's Flag, provided each person does his or her  share.  You will gladly do your part and encourage your  neighbour to do his.  Remember YOUR purchase may be the one that  deddes whether or aot your district it to be the proud  possessor of the Prince's Flag.  The Prince's Motto is "I Serve"  WiU You also Serve?  Victory Loan 1919  Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee  in cooperation with the Minister of Finance  -        of the Dominion of Canada.  ���U PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, October 23.  SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coat mining: rights ot the Dominion  In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, tha Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of |1 an aore. Not  more .than 2,600 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Euch application must he accompanied by a fee of }6, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  availably but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must.  be described by sections or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked  out by  the applicant  himself.  The porson operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tac full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tho  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the  rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  tandsf.  W. Ws COHY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all Jfe/ni/j of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  ��� Phone 243  Delivery  0. W.CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Meir.lu.nt  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next lo the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  I  Brickwork and  Concrete  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE.  KELOWNA.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267.     P.O. Box 351  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  ' P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNK RECORD  l-ublinhad ovary Thursday at Ketewna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHXE?  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES  ll.SO   psr    y��ar;    7ao���    six   months.   Ooltsd  Statu IO esnts additional.  Subscribers at tbs rwalar rat. can havs  nxtra parrsrs mailed to frisnd. at a dlstaara  st  HALF RATE. I.... Tt pent, nsr r-ar.  This   nirecl.1  osiyllsf.   Is   granted    lor    tks  mimosa ol .dvsrtisltnr the eitr ..nti distriflt.  All sobMriptlons ner.br. I. .dvaaes  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC.. "..o cent, ner  column insh nsr week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICE8-80 data. Mr  110 dars ST.  WATRR N0TICE8-t�� lor live lassrtioa.  I.KQA1,  ADVlBtTISINa-Flrst   insertion.    12  osnts nsr line: esch sabsscrrrent Inssrtloa. a  cents osr line.  IISI'I.AV    ADVERTISEMENTS-'Ion  incites  and  miller.  SO cent, nsr inch lirst  ineertion  over two inohss 40 cents (H>r  inoh tirst   insertion:   20  cent,  oer  Inch  each  sul.ssna.nt  insertion.  I1I.A8SIFIBD   ADVERTISEMENTS -1 oents  osr word    tint  Insertion.   1   oent  osr  word  each subfisauent insertion.  All eoane-ss in contract ndvertissmsot. roast  be in the hands ol the printer br Toesonr  evening to ensure nnblieation is ths next  Issus.  The Victory Loan  Most heartening reports as lo  the success of the 1919 Victory  Loan Drive are coming in from  every disttict of the province. Organization of district and local  committees is practically perfect in  every community. There- is a marked favorable atlitude to the Loan  everywhere, nnd*when the actual  bond-selling is on nexl week, there  is every assurance of a rt cold  result.  Manager J. D. Kearns of the pre  vincial organization, was in Kelowna laat week on a tour of inspection of several sections of the interior and his reports from each  point visited show the activity and  enthusiasm which the people of  the province are displaying. In  every town, citv and rural community, local commit'ees are making energetic canvass of the fiela.  When the subscriptions are asked  for by selling forces of the Victory  Loan Drive, there is no doubt of  the anawei. The interior districts  are going to exceed their quota  easily.  The Prince of Wales' flag, which  is to be offered as the honor trophy  this year, is attracting great attention. A red-bordered field of white  bunting with the Union Jack in the  upper left hand corner, with the  crest of H.R.H. in colors on the  white field, makes a striking combination, lt is possibly the most  attractive-looking of all official  British ensigns, "I hope every town  and city will win my flag," said the  gallant young prince who won  every heart in the west on his recent tour, it is possible for every  unit to win, for the flag is awarded  on percentage basis. Every city or  town reaching the quota of bonds  set to be sold will be awarded the  flag. For every additional 25 per  cent. Bold above the set quota, an  additional crest is to be sewn on  the white field of the flag. The  size for towns under 10,000 population is 4ft. 6in. by 9ft. For towns  and ci'ies over 10,000 population,  the size is 7ft. by 13ft. 6in. An  Industrial Banner, embodying the  features of the flag is to be awarded to companies or organizations  with 50 employees or over. An  Employees Honor Emblem, of the  same design, on heavy Bristol card  is to be awarded to institutions  with less than fifty employees. In  each case 75 per cent, of the staff  are to be subscribers to the 1919  Victory Loan.  > !   In connection with the publicity  for the Victory Loan the provincial  organization is arranging to send  an aeroplane through the Okanagan.  Vancouver automobile owners  report 275 accidents each month  on an average, according to figures  being compiled by the police. The  majority of these are minor collisions resulting in damaged fenders,  mudguards and windshields. Personal injury results in only about  10 per cent, of the accidents.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  VOTERS' LIST 1920  All "Householders" who have paid their  Road Tax and all "License Holders" who  desire to qualify as Voters at the Municipal  Election to be held in January, 1920, may  obtain the necessary forms for that purpose  at the office ofthe City Clerk who i. author,  ized to tale the necessary declaration in  that behalf. Declaration, mu.t be delivered to the Undersigned within 46 hour, after  being nude, but no such declaration will  be accepted unless delivered before 5  o'clock pirn, on the 31st day of October,  1919.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  22nd October, 1919. 49-50  Column for Boy Scouts  Edited by "Wolf."   Oct. 20,   1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, October 30.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week, Wolves; next for duty, the  Eagles.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday, October 28st, at 7.15  p.m.  lt will be noticed from the above  that weekly orders have been  changed to the week ending on  Thursday instead of on Saturday,  as has been the custom so far. This  is to give scouts the opportunity of  reading the orders for the Saturday  following immediately, instead of  the Saturday one week ahead, and  it is hoped that this will save a lot  of confusion.  . s  We have been some tinfe in trying to decide what the name of the  new patrol was to be, but at last  the Wild Goose Patrol has been  chosen as the most appropriate  name. This makes the seventh  patrol in tho troop at present, so  we are a big organization, and this  fact oy ;ht to help to make the next  year's concert an even gieater success than usual. At the same time  it means that every scout will have  to comply with the orders which  were issued a short time ago in  connection with the passing of  tests and badges. Speaking of the  coming concert reminds us of the  fact that as yet no play has been  found which would be of any use  to us. This has always been one  of the difficulties of the past concerts, as an appropriate play could  seldom be found, and so we were  obliged on one occasion at least to  put on a play which had already  appeared at one of our concerts.  In view of these facts we should  be glad to receive any short play  or sketch, not only from members  of the troop, but from any reader  of the column.  .  There was not a very large turnout at the meeting on Tuesday last,  but all who were there joined in a  night game, the object of which  was to catch two so-called "escaped smokers" in the half hour allotted to the game. The smokers had  an electric flash light which they  had to turn on every minute and  were given a three minutes' start,  but in spite of this, they were easily  caught by Scout Percy Geen ot the  Otter Patrol. We understand that  capture of the fugitives waa effected by the pursuer falling in a ditch  on top of them accidentally. However, this is not authentic.  .      .  ���  Certain members of the troop  made good use of themselves on  Saturday last by distributing Victory  Loan posters all over the eity.  a        ���  .  The following article appeared  in a recent issue of the Scotsrrian,  and gives an idea of the spirit that  the scout movement has infused  into some boys:���  "The following detaila relative  to the splendid behaviour of Greek  Boy Scouts at Aiden, in the Province of Smyrna, haa made a deep  impression at Athens (says a  "Times" message). Turkish irregulars recently occupied Aiden  for two days, and hastened to  arreatabout forty native Boy Scouts,  being determined to wreak vengeance for the services the boys  had rendered to the Greek troops.  They marched them out, and then  asked one of them to insult Greece  and M. Venizeloa. The brave boy  made a playful grimace, whereupon  he waa murdered. The same request was made to a second with  the same result. Then the whole  batch were asked to denounce  their own country, but the boys,  after a brief and tragic silence, replied by singing the Greek national anthem, and were promptly  murdered."  THE  CUBS      .  The Cubs are asked to meet on Saturday afternoon, October 25, at the cub room  when the Pack will go (or the laat hike  this ssason, Cubs are not to attend if it is  wet, otherwise they must bring supper.  As the clocks go back Monday lack of  daylight will prevent more hikes, so get  out on Saturday at 4 o'clock.  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  Auction  1 have been instructed to sell by  Public Auction the following property of CLARENCE DUNCAN'S,  Atthe  Old Woolsey Ranch  Quarter mile north of Rutland store  At 1.30 p.m. on  Thursday, Oct. 30th  5 passenger McLaughlin Car, in good condition,  Ford Car, almost new, with $150 worth of  extras.  9-year-old Brood Mare, 1.500 lbs., foal at  foot, 2 Fr it Racks  11-year-old Brood Mare, 1,3- J lbs., foal at  foot Pair Horse Clippers  2 Colts, rising 2 years old,  3-yeai old Filly (heavy), V  5-year-old Gelding, 1,400 lbs.,  5-year-old Mare, foal at foot,  Weber Wagon, 4-inch,  Adams Wagon, 3 J-inch,  2 Sets 4-ton Springs,  2 Sets Drag Harrows,  2 two-horse Cultivators,  2 Planet Jnr. Seeders,  4 Walking Plows,  Side Hill Plough,  Tobacco Planter,  Spring Tooth Harrow,  Disc Harrow,  10- oot Hay Rake,  Kimball Cultivator,  Complete Outfit Fork, Pulleys and Cable,  2 Sets Heavy Team Harness,  Democrat Harness,  Set Driving Harness,  Stock Saddle,  Pruning Outfit, Orchard Ladders,  4 Picking Sacks,  Several tons of Alfalfa and1 Oat Hay,  60 rods 26-inch Hog Wire,  40 rods 42-inch Fence Wire,  Coal Heater, 2 oil stoves,  Miscellaneous assortment of Shovels, Hoes  Spades, Rakes, Forks, Chains, Crowbars  Other articles not mentioned.  No reserve as ranch   is  sold.   Terms will  be given on  car on furnishing approved  joint note.  G. W. Cunningham. Auctioneer  Professional Cards  BURNE * WEDDELL  Banister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA  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-  irigs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS.        I KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  .       M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Imitation Works  Applications for Water Lice  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, Y.S., D.V.Sc  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence     313  Vemon, B.C.  Call* left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to,  H. H. B. ABBOTT  (Late 29th Bam)  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson fie M.r.tl. Block    ���    Kalowna  Moving in in October. Address meanwhile  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Coloratura  rant  HEN. AMBLERS  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR    I  Estimates r umished for .11 classes     j  ��f work S  Q We have been fortunate in obtaining the  services of Mr. WALTER THOMPSON, olj  Vancouver, late of the Willard Battery House.  <J Expert Battery Service is now assured tha  motorists of the district.  <I   Brin   in your Batteries and have Mr. Thompson diagnose your troubles.   His opinion costs]  you notriin .  fl   Automobile Ignition work a specialty.  GAS. OILS  AND AIR  TIRES,  ACCESSORIES  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  Corner of DAY   and   NIGHT TofepW  Pendozi   ol CE-DXM/-T- Day 21  Lawrence StKVlLC. Night  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Strc  Has a line showing- this week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal j  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.   One trial is  we ask and can guarantee to suit the most fastidioui  AND   THE PRICES  ARE RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN  i  Phone 2  rt  The Jenkins Co,, Ltc  Service Day or Night  Phone  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Truck*  OVERLAND CAR]  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Positively the Last Ca  For Entries to the Summerland Fall Apple Show ud Peace F  Wednesday &  Thursday,  October  29th and 30th  Let the district be on. of those  represented at tha Summerland  Fall Fair. Other district, will be  represented - WILL YOURS t  Send your entries in e.rly.  See prize list  or  write for  full particulars.  Entries CI  Tuesdaj  Morning  October 2  F. A. WILLIAMS, Secretary,   Box   138,  Summerland, B.  tttm  THE crop in the valley this year has  been  bumper, but there are too many culls.   T  reason for this is there has not been sumcier  spraying done. Figure your loss with present prict  and you will realize how very near the cost of  sprayer it has been.  We have just received a shipment of the be  machines on the market, made by Spramotor Co.,  London, Ont. These people have made a special  of the line and offer you the benefit' of their twent;  five years' experience.  Come qut on Saturday and see our demor  stration across the street from our store.  D. LECKIE, Hantaan Thursday, October 23,1919  KBLOWNA  KBCOKD  PAOKTHHSffl  /jtsi^t^v^o^^Zi^r  1/ r���- u*eirtxo .  PHONE  361  KELOWNA  Underwear from Great Britain  V 'i -  VJT/E are fortunate tot have received an excellent as-  " sort of Ladies' and Children's Underwear of English  r. inufacture. The  rr- "rials are of excellent texture and  All Garments are  neatly trimmed &.  well finished. The  prices are wot at all  unreasonable.  Among the assortment are ladies'  Nightgowns, Skirts,  Corset Covers and  Drawers; Childrens  Skirts and Drawers  Small Childrens Dresses  English-made Infant Long Dresses and Short Dresses  for 6 months to 4 years have also been received and  are on display this week. We shall be glad if you would  look over these imported articles.  Corsets of Value  There.ia now in stock a great variety of styles and  sizes in Corsets that are cheaper to-day than they will be  (or aome time to come. It you are in need of new corsets  you should look over our excellent assortment.  Apples Wanted  We are prepared to buy Windfalls  and Cull Apples in any quantity and  will pay $20 to $25 per ton if in  reasonable condition for Can' ng or  Drying  . Boxes Supplied  Turn ALL Your Apples into Money.  Dominion Canners B. C  'LIMITED'  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 19,19 _  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  The Victory Loan Drive starts  Monday next.  DILLON-On Wednesday, the  22nd instant, to Mr. and Mrs. H.  Dillon, a aon.  Mrs. Shoultz, with her little girl,  arrived thia week from Vancouver  on a visit to her aiater, Mrs. Dore.  The hour of service at the Rutland, Benvoulin. and Glenmore  Presbyterian churches will go back  to the old time on Sunday, Nov. 2,  Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Comer, of  Vancouver, with their daughter  Miaa Edyth Corner, came up Tuesday from the coaat. They are stay  ing with their daughter, Mrs. Geo.  Banal.  Service in the Baptist Church  next Sunday evening will be of a  ���pecial character. The pastor, Rev  W. F. Price, will preach on "At  Glimpse of Glory." The goapel in  song and speech.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held in the Board of Trade room  on Monday afternoon, Oct. 27th at  3.30. Aa thia ia the annual meeting and election oi officers, a full  attendance is requested.  Returned soldiers requiring dental treatment and who are entitled  to same are requeated to put their  case before the local representative  of the S. C. R., E. **'. Wilkinaon,  Kelowna, b> Saturday, 25th inst  At the United Church on Sunday  evening next a trioOcoinposed of  Messrs. Kincaid, Davies and Wil-  liama will sing "The Song of tha  Soldier." By special request, Mr.  A. G. Williams, who is returning  shortly to the coast, will aing "Rock  ed in the Cradle of the Deep."  The undertaking department i of  the Kelowna Furniture Co. is to  be in future in charge of R. N.  Ballantyne, who arrived this week  from Listowell, Ont. Mr. Ballantyne haa had many yeara' experience in the furniture and under-  taking business.  Mr. Geo. C. Harvey, who is at  present visiting at Indian Head,  where he still holds, considerable  property, took with him some  specimens of Kelowna applea which  had won prizea at the Fall Fair.  According to a paragraph in the  Indian Head paper, these appl-s  have been greatly admired down  there, and given rise to many en.  quiriea concerning the Kelowna  diatrict.  Mr. J. B. Knowles has donated a  special prize for the Summerland  Fair to be won by the exhibitor  scoring the greatest number of  points in the fruit section, first prizes  counting three points and seeonds  two points.  Mr. Walter Thompson, lately of  Vancouver, has this week joined  the force at the Oil Shop. Mr.  Thompson was lately in the service  of the Willard battery houae, and  ia an expert on all matters relating  to atorage battery and ignition  work.  Cull Apples wanted for Evaporating  Highest Cash Prices .paid for all Culls  and Sound Windfalls. The apples can be  delivered in sacks or boxes which will be  returned without delay. For particulars  phone 131 or write  Orchard City Evaporating Co., Cawston Ave.  DOMINION LANDS.  INCREASE IN RATE OF INTEREST  PUBLIC NOTICE it hereby given that  k accordance with the provisions of sn Act  to .mend tho Dominion Lands Act, passed  ��t the last Session of Parli.tnorit, .nd commencing from the 7th July, 1919, whera  interest i. chargeable, tha rata of auch  interest on all ne a- transactions in connection with Dominion Landa ahall be six  per contain par annum -, alao that from tha  1st of September, 1919, tha rata an all  overdue instahnanta in connection with  both part and future transactions will be  incr.aced to seven per centum par annum.  By order,  LPEREIRA,      %  Secretary.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa, August 2d, 1919. 48.51  Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Richards are  visitors this week from Saskatoon.  R. P. Brown of Penticton cane  up yesterday for a ahort visit.  E. S. Johnson was an Okanagan  Centre visitor laat Thursday.  Miss Fuengeldt, chief operator at  the local telephone office, left tkis  week for a visit to Armstrong.  Mr. and Mra. George were passengers to Vancouver Monday-  Mr. and Mrs. ("slogan, of East  Kalowna, left Tuesday on a visit to  Montreal.  R. G. L. Clarke, chief Dominion  fruit inspector for the district, was  in town this week for a short time.  Church of England service wjll  be held at Rutland on Sunday next  at 3* p.m.  E. A. Cleveland, chief of 'the  Water Rights Branch of the Department of Lands, was in town Sunday.  Miss Smith-was a Vernon visitor  last Friday.  / M. L. Donaldson of Okanagan  Landing was down on a visit Sunday last.  L. D. Graham, B. C. manager of  the Barber-Ellis Paper Co., was in  town Tuesday in the course of a  trip through the valley.  A social evening is to be held in  the Baptist Church next Tuesday  night for the purpose of inaugurating a Yoimy People's Society. The  young, people-especially are heart'  ily invited to attend.  Cold Feet and  Stomachache  These go hand-in-hand  Why have- either )���  Best have neither I  When you get your paper  next weak, dash it open  and take a long, hard and  -searching look at "Dark's  Remedy."  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoemsa  LAND REGISTRY ACT  8, Osoyoos  r District.  Ra Lot I, Map>508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale-  NOUCE ia hereby given that I shall at  th. expiration of one month from the date  of tha first publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned landa in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following document,  relating to aaid land., namely :���  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Pe.se of 26.2  acre, of District Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial'Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Ruit and Land Company  Limited, ef 26.2 acre, of District  Lot 219,  is required to deliver the same to me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C. this 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR.  49-3 Diatrict Registrar of Titles.  AVEnrMHWnucn  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THB is an ideal Tractor for the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish  as muds as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmhtaion���three speeds, I and one'half, 2 and oue-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in 101-foot radius.  Total length 135 inches; wheel bass 78 inches; weight  2,600. pounds.  Anyon. interested easy have ��� dsmoneitanon.  W. R. G^LENN S- SON  Pendozi Street Phone  130  mmnmmmm  wmmmmmm  Quality and Service  THIS is our motto,'and we are proud of it. Bet did you  ever atop to think just what Caeorao Set viae means >  One of the largest and best equipped stores in British  Columbia, carrying a full and complete stock, is et your command at all times���and anxious to please you.  The Finest Quality of  Home-Fed Meats  Produced largely on our own ranches. No expense is spared  to improve the quality of our herds, which are amongst the  finest in the interior. There u ne need to ok. if ws htrtt It. We  always have the best of Beef, Mutton, Pork, 4cc, to suit all requirements. Just order what vou want and it will be delivered  promptly when you want it.  Hams  FRESH FISH  Bacon       Cooled Meats       Sausages  Prepared in the moat skilful manner.  BUTTER  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market  Wholesale & Retail Meat & Fish Merchants    Phones 178 ft 179  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY  OF KELOWNA  Penalty for  Non-payment of Taxes  Taxpayers are reminded that the  31st day of October is the last  day on which Taxes for the current  year can be paid to avoid the 15  per cent, penalty.  The city will accept tit par a limited number of  Fully Paid Up Victory Bonds in payment of Taxes.  Kelowna, B.C.,  22nd October, 1919.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk. 'AGE IOUB  KBLOWNA   KJBCOSD  Thursday, October 23, 1919  Random Remarks \  L  Br the Chiel  'A chtel'g  prent them.'  Beautiful ptaCM Of furniture mld�� UP In period dOllstHI  to match your other (urnlihls|0.  Tho PttlwphOM tlve* you tho ' actual muito luelf  tbroush tho medium ot a round pollah*s*S, parnwntilt  uppblre boil���no neeaiet to change���no wwr on tho  record. Thia now and scientific method of recording  utod exclusively on the Pathephone produce! a record  auperlor tn tone, quality and volume over any other  Phonograph record���rich, broad, natural .and Indooorih-  aoly eweot.  Hear Them at Your Local Deslsrs  11 Pathe Distributors, Limited j  Alsgard's  SPECIALIZING  HOT DRINKS &  LIGHT LUNCHES  THESE   CHILLY   DAYS  Drop in before going home or after the show  ICE   CREAM    ALWAYS   ON   HAND  Fresh shipment of Moir's, Paterson's and Ganong's  Chocolates Just arrived.  WINTER & CHAPIN  Vhone 110  MaryTMckford in  "Tho"7 Hoodlum"  Malinee Saturday, 3 p.m.,20c 6c 35c  Evenings, 6.15 only, 25c and 50<  FOR SALE, 5'paMenger Car, in good  condition, three new tires, two iparei,  five inner tube*, spare front apring and  tool net, four relinera and other accea-  aoriea.    Apply H. Burtch. 43tf   ye talun* noteo and foth, he'll  Burne.  Should auld acquaintance be forgot*  And never brought to min}  Should nuld acquaintance be forgot.  And daya o' Ung ayne ?  In a letter recently received from a lifelong friend in the old country, I waa charged "turning old" and with mon than a  aaggeation of approaching eenility, be.  cauae foraooth,. I had written him in reminiscent tone oi old time*. Of courae,  my friend waa in a mildly bantering mood,  but the letter aet me thinking all the aame.  I confeea to a fondneaa for the thing* of a  bye-gone day; mem onea of old plaaiurei,  old friend*, aye, old folliea if you like, if  entertained in a proper aplri*, have a distinct value I always think, don't you ?  Mind you, in apite of the above remark,  I am not unmindful of tha counsel re th*  "forgetting the things that are behind and  reaching forward to the thlnga which ara  before.'    Crying over ipilt milk will never  get us anywhere,  still  1 cannot get away  from the  idea expressed in the following  lines :���  That men may rise on slapping stones  Ol their dead selves to higher things.  So I like to cherish memories of old Irienda  faces, aye, and   follies, and think  I  profit  thereby.  I suppose everybody has his or her pet  likes and dislikes, and being a mere-man,  I have to admit this failing in common  with my fellows, and one of my pet aver  ions is the genua bore. There is the kind  lhat laughs immoderately at ita own jokes,  usually poor ones, too. There is the confirmed pessimist, aye, and the ridtculpus  so-called optimist, but the most obnoxious  of all is the person who is eonstar'ly asserting his honesty, his plainness, blunt-  ness, fitc. "Joseph Bagstoek, sir, is blunt.  Rough and tough (old Joey B, air, and  devilish sly." This kind of person is a  public nuisance.  FOR SALE, Chevrolet Car (Four-ninety)  only used 2-J months, excellent running  order, with spare rim and tyre complete,  $1000 cash. Write or phone Commander Lillingston, Box 614. Phone 2201.  46tf  COURT OF REVISION  In Ihe matter of tha Scotty Cr. ik Development District.  A Court of Revision will be held at the  Ellison Schoolhouse, Vernon Road, Kel.  own., on Thursday, the 6th November  next, at 10 a.m. - 47tf  HAY FOR SALE.   Baled No, 2 Timothy,  $30 per ton in 5-tons lot.;  baled No,  Alfalfa. $35 per ton, in 2-ton lot*.   Also  No. 1 Timothy  Baled,  any  quantity at  market price. Apply S. T. Elliott,"j>hone  252 or 5 or 310  48tf  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Roots. Plant  For price apply Lanadown, Rut  land.  48tf  The New Victory Loan is  Now Open for Subscription  4TT Your applications will have ex-  ^j| pert attention in this office and  further your present holdings of  previous Bonds can be cashed here  at market prices and the proceeds  diverted to this equally good investment, which Canada so urgently  needs.  Okanagan Loan & Investment Trust  Company      Capital, $406,500.   Reserve, $86,000  Chairman: Commander T. W. Stirling, O.B.E  Manager: W. G. Ben.on. Secretary: O. St. P. Aitken, M.C.  ���<-  FOR SALE, Bungalow, 7 rooms, wide  verandah, lawn and .hade trees, close  in. $1,000 cash, balance arranged. Owner, box A, Record Office. 46-1 p  L'W. Wilkinson &  EM.bli.hed 1693  Real Estate Snd Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Post (  DeHART AVENUE- Bungalow, 5 root!  lol 50 x 150. A snap. Don't nsftj  thisopportunity of buying a nice host f  ETHEL STREET-5  oration, seeded down  Clover.   $5,000, on terms.  FOUR LOTS, corner ot Sutherland  Ethel Street, 100 x 150, with  Ideal building die.   $800.  CAWSTON AVENUE - Bungalow,  rooma.   A snap for caah. $850. Ch.{]  ar to buy than pay rant  Wo have somo exceptionally good  gain, in House, and City Property.  Call and aaa our listing.   Pikeai  terma to mil all buyer*.  Lilting, wanted of Farm ot City |  all  tp Timothy ���  Auctioi  At the Keller Block  Every Saturda]  Commencing Sat., October I  At 2 o'clock  We have  listed  quite ��� lot  Household Furniture, several got!  Horses, Harness and Wagons, at,  also  a first-class Jersey Cow, dfl  October 23rd.  Liat with us aa early aa poaaible  thing you wian to sell.  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctionecj  Kelowna   Aquatic  Assn.  Hall  owe en  Masquerade  Dance  In the Morrison Hall  On the evening of  Friday, October the 31st  Prizes for Best Ladies' and Gents.'  Fancy and Comic Costumes.  SPECIAL MUSIC  Proceed, in aid of Building Fund  Ticket, on .ale at Crawford's where  costumes can also be procured.  Wellington's ten million pounds  Victory Loan is under subscribed  and compulsion will be resorted to  by the New Zealand government  to secure the balance.  Kelowna Theatre - One Night - Two Shows  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th  F  Th<  amous  Troupe  In their latest success of  MUSIC, MIRTH and MAGIC  A classy act featuring  The Boy Violinist The Boy Magician  " He makes the violin talk."  "A miracle of magic'  Commencing 7.30 and 9 p.m.  Popular Prices: 55c and 80c, including tax  All Good Talent  FOR SALE, Bay Mare, coming 4 year, old,  weight about 1100 lba.   Apply J. Butler.  FOR SALE, McLaughlin Six Special, aa  good aa new. Will be aold cheap. Apply S. T. Elliott, Kelowna Carage.   47tf  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, on to my property, one two-  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  WANTED TO RENT. Fruit or Dairy  Ranch, close in, by capable and energetic man, with experience. Apply Box  M, Record Office. 47tf  PART FARE to Montreal for Companion  to an elderly lady, travelling November  8th.   Apply Box L, Record Office. 48-9  SECOND HAND CARS: 1915 Ford in  good running order, $400 i 490 Chevrolet,  good condition, good tires, $475; 1912  Overland, juat overhauled, goad tires,  $750,   All these cara ara bargain..   M.  Of cou.se, there are the likeable thlnga  and people and thank goodness they are  more plentiful than the other kind, and I  would like to say juat in passing, lhat  nothing which ia not human ia more likable than a dog, even an average dog, and  aome day if I am permitted I mav tell you  of some doga 1 have known.  1 wonder if you have ever experienced  forebodings or evil, presentiment, and the  like } Some people are prone to thia kind  of thing and I suppose moat people have  it more or lea. I think the common term  lor thi. condition or mood is the "blues."  In confidence now, I have had an attack  myself at times and I know it ia foolish to  put up with it, for it ie .till true that if wa  resist thi. devil he will flee from us But  what I would like to aay anant tha indul-  Senee of thia mood is, that if one allow,  ie aame mental bogey to scare him twice  then like the man who waa bitten by tha  aame dog twice, to quota Mark Twain,  "He ahould be ashamed of himself."  By tha way, did you see tha Governor-  General and party when thay visited Kelowna ? And what ware your impression, r  I heard aame quaint remarks paaaed when  they arrived, auch as: "Why, the duka  look, just like an ordinary man I" Juat  ao. Tha aame or .imil.r remarks were  made when ths prince was here. I wonder what theae folk expected. I'll tall you,  though, the duchess gave an impression  of queenly grace ana easy dignity which  wa. altogether pleasing.  I gather that tha Rutland Athletic Club  i. a decidedly live wire, judging from ths  account of their msny activities. Long  may their energy be sustained and direct  ed aa it ia at present.  Pleaae bear with ma as I make one little  peraonal reference. I aomatimea presume  to ba critical in thaaa inconsequential  notes. Will you kindly bear in mind st  those timaa I nave my own fault, and fail,  inga clearly in view aa I criticise.  A. Alsgard.  49tf  LOST, Pearl Brooch, on main arrest, Wad  neaday evening. Reward for return to  Record Office. 49p  Upholstering  Polishing ti Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy scat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, See.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corner*  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  D.y Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5502  GRANT  Announcement  Mr. Jamea Inglis of the Okanagan Bro.  kerage, announce, that in future tne-com.  mission on the sale of Gty Property (im.  proved or unimproved), will only be 2 psr  cent instead of 5 par cent aa heretofore.  The reason given ter thia change ia that  thia firm feeu that five per cant commie  sion on City Property ia exhorbitant and  tenda to drive away intending settlers.  On Farm Property, however, the ratea  already established by Mr. Inglis will remain at 5 par cant, up to $5,000 and 21  par eent over that amount Thia is necessary on ascount of the incidental expenaea entailed in ahowing outside pro-  petty. Qty properties already listed srs  being reduced in pricea accordingly.  Campbell's  Bicycle Shop  Well-equipped workshop for  Cycle snd other repaira  Agent for  Massey - Harris  Bicycles  A Dependable Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies and   Repairs  Electric Wiring and Installation..  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's Bicycle Shop  Pendoxi Street.   : Next door to Club  Automobile*  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 18,  Piano Tunini  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by the beat authoritia.  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin KPerkin  wiii is iv.  Kalowna in a few week/  LIMITED  KELLER  BLOCK  KELOWNA  ThU it As Sssssa fsr  Ranges  Coal and wood Heaters  Coal Hods     Stove Pipes  Buck Saws Axes  Cross-cut Saws  Hand Saws, &c.  Cider Presses  Washing Machines ard  Wringers  Wash Tubs  Wash Boards  Dairy Pails       Butter Prints  Creamery Cans  Preserving Kettles  'Paints, Varnishes, Oils  Turpentine, Stains  Shingle Stain  Wall Paper       Kalaomine  Alabastine Brooms  Mops      Cedar Oil  itDust Mops      Flower Pots  Hanging Baskets  Crocks        Jugs Lamps  Chimneys Lanterns  Lantern Globes  Congoleum Rugs  Door Mats      Coco Rugs  Jelly Jars  Enamelled Sinks  New Williams and Dominion  Sewing Machines  Sharpies Suction Feed Separators  Household Fireproof Sales  /  We can and will make you  a saving  CASH COUNTS HERE  I  -J


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