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Array VOL V.   NO. 29.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  nquire into coat of Fire Alarm  System  Tho oity oounoil met aa uaual in the  oiinoil chamber laat Friday morning.  Dr. Gaddes appeared before the council with a sub-division plan of Lot* 31  36, and 37,    Block 12.'Map 303.  {Thia wae paaeed.  A plan from Ur. J. Harvey, jr., ol  J.Lot 15, Block 64, was also passed.  Ur. Armstrong next appeared witn  In request that the road which is a con  gtinuation of Abbott street, couth of  |Cadder avenue might have a few loads  of gravel deposited on it aa he was  building a house and cauld not get  his building materials hauled near  Enough by reason of the marshy 1111-  Iture of the road in question. Deterred  |to the Board of Works.  Ur. P. B. Willita requested the conn-  til to have tha tree immediately in  front of his new Btore removed. The  council promised to have the matter  seen to and later the 1'nrks eominiUtee  was instructed to out down the few  trees in front of the stores.  Aid. Thompson reported that   some  (hose was required for use in the  park. He nluo pointed out that the  young trees planted on the atreet required watering.  Aid. Copeland said he had been asked to put a price on the old street  sprinkler. The oounoil however decided  to retain the sprinkler for watering  trees along the streets.  The Uaybr read a report of the chief  I of police, for the month and commented on the satisfactory decrease in the  number of oases, due probably lo the  increase in fines paid.  The report of the flnaaoe wmmitteo  | recommending payment of the follow,  ing accounts was read and adopted:  | Dominion Express Co., express  on castings . ...    ...    9 19.20  ^Canadian Pacific Railway Cu.    ���  Freight on Transformers       9.66  I A. E. Boyer, collector of eust-  toms, duty on eastings      17.69  , 0. H. Dunn, petty cash for May  as per vouchers      16.30  Power House pay roll for the  month    of    Uay    .635.00  G. H. Dunn, City Clerk's Hay  salary  :.. 156.00  F. V. Royle, Clerk's May salary   90.00  W. H. Rennie. Clerk's Uay salary      70.00  P. T. Dunn, assessor and   collector's Hay aalary   100.00  Robert Sutherland, Chief Con-   r  stable's May salary  Js , MB.00  6. Uaekay, night constable's  May salary     85.00  J. -A. Bigger, building inspector's May salary      18.00  A. B. Davy, scavenger's Hny  salary      166.66  Dr. H.L.A.  Keller, office rent  for Hay (2 rooms)       65.00  F. Swainson, work on streets  for Hey   1      .    81.00  G. HoPhee, work on streets  for Hay      19.50  Duncan Hcl'hw, work on streets  for Hay     8H.00  0. F. 'leal,    work on waterworks  ','.,      100.00  A. Hardment. work on     waterworks   ,      12.33  A. Vole, work on waterworks .     3.00  0, I.ancastet, work on waterworks      42.16  A. Ueohim.    work on waterworks         3-66  J, Brodie work on waterworks    60.00  P. Coffey, work on waterworks    18.38  E. Bonjean, work on    waterworks  '.     96.60  The mayor reported that the agent  of the Gamewell Fire Alarm Company  had waited on the oity and htw explained the working of his company's  system and the appliaDOee in oonooe-  tion with it,  The system/seemed to be very satisfactory. The price quoted was $5000  for installing 20 boxes, whioh a tour  of inspection hah shown to be the  minimum required in view of tho widely spread nature of the oity area, extending, as it did from Knox Mountain to the end of Pendozi street. In  reference to this matter, Alderman  Sutherland thought it would be well  if money were raised for a fire-  alarm system, to pass a by-law lor  the raising of $10,000 to include tbs  purchase of oombined chemical and motor hose wagon, because many residences which win built ol an iaflam-  able material were at such a distiiuee  from the fire station that it would |  be impossible to reach them in 'time to  be of any use.  Aid. Co��~ ������ ��� 'oited this suggestion. He stated also that the old  fire engine had been removed to the  garage and it was estimated' that it  rould be put in repair for about 115  Aid. Calder reported that about 30  applications had been rereived for the  position o f engineer, at the power  house. Aftor carefully c nsiduring  them the Committee had seleoted Ur.  W. - Ballantyne af Victoria as second  engineer, and Ur. F.B. Hirst, of Vancouver as third engineer.  A resolution was passed by the council ratifying tho appointments, the  ormer at a salary of $125X0 per  month and the latter at $110.00 per  month.  The salary of Ur. W.H. Rennie was  increased from $70 to $80 per month,  whilo employed as assistant in the  oity office,  As a result of the city engineer's inspection it was decided to have the  pole at thc corner of Bernard avenue  and the Government road out of the  way of traffic.  The question was they broached  about including Woodlawn in the city  limits, li was contended that there  were many nice houBes being erected  thore whose owners worked in-' the  city. Tho mayor said the residents  ought to apply to bo included in the  oity limfts and thoy could therm, receive the electric and water prjnleges  in due course. **��� '  It was atated in discussion that  should they not with to take this  step the only condition upon whioh the  light and water systems would be extended waB that the total cost of the  extension be paid by the usera. The  light and water would be measured by  one meter at the oity limits and the  account for the total consumption  would be sent to one person to whom  the council could look for payment.  The council should also reserve the  right to discontinue the service at any  time.  By-law 134, levying rates for street  watering waa given a first reading.   .  By-laws 136 and 136 to fix the  charges for eleotrio current and water were also introduced.  In reference to 'the   latter     by  Aid.  Sutherland suggested that  present rates for eleotrio current  water, aa fixed by resolution   of  council'be inserted in the by-laws with  the possible   exception of     the meter  and transformer   rental. He suggested  the council consider the advisability of  bolislling   the   meter and transformer  rent and    substituting a fixed charge  per horse power of the motor, quoting  Vernon as an instance' where a   charge  was $1.00 per h.p.       Ho further pointed out that' under   the present    arrangement   a   power   consumer could  give the   oity   considerable inconvenience and expense, by installing a motor  with greater capacity than   that   actually required for.luVwor|r.   ���  I1WS  the  and  the  Three Killed and Six Injured  A dreadful accident occurred at tho  Railway works near Naramata yesterday afternoon in which three Italians  wore killed and six others badly injured. The cause of the disaster was  the premature explosion of four boxes  ol dynamite. The throe victims were  blown literally to pieces, whilo the injured ones are lying in hospital in a  more or less critical condition.  BIRTHS.  FISHER-On Saturday, June 7th,   to  tho wife of J. B. Fisher, a daughter.  DUNDAS���On Friday, June 6th, io ths  wife of C. P. Dundas, a son.  What I lawn social? Yes. When?  Next Tuesday evening, the 17th,  weather permitting. Where} At  R. F. Morrison's, Harvey avenue.  Lots of strawberries, ice cream  and cake, and plenty of good  muiic. Good I When we are passing in the auto, we shall slop and  refresh ourselves.  A moving picture theatre ia being  installed in Buokingham Palaoe for tho  benefit of the younger member) of the  Royal family and their friend). The  King and Queen regard cinematograph  [entertaimnenta as of educational value.  Stock in New Growers'  Exchange Readily Taken  Meeting Appoints Board of  Directors  Kelowna linn set the pace to the  whole of the Okanagan in sucoegsfully  launching thu local Grower..' Excbango  which in to deal with the recently es-  tabliahud central Belling agency for the  valley.  The work of organizing the new concern, which is to be known as the  Kelowna Growers' Exchange, has been  difficult and tedious, and has involved  considerab.o .sacrifice of 'time . and  energy on tlie part of a few of the  leading movers in the scheme, but the  efforts of these gentlemen have been  crowned with a very gratifying measure of success, so much so that at a  meeting of the shareholder;, yesterday  it was stated that sufficient stock ia  the undertakiqg had already jbeen sold  to warrant the company applying to  ���the provincial government for the 80  per cent, loan which they were prepared to advance provided the requisite  stock was subscribed. Over 500 shares  had been sold, and it was expected  that another hundred would be added  this   number before  Monday.  The directors appointed to control  thc affairs ol the new local company  for'the present year were Messrs. -T.E.  Reekie, G. Allen, A. W. Bowser, J. W.  Woolsey, Dr. W- W. .Tones, 0.8. Smith,  and G. K. Salvage.  A committee was also appointed' to  confer with the Farmers' Exchange ip  the matter of taking over that company's buildings and stock.  Kelowna to be Headquarters  Exhibition Fruit Bottling  The Department of Agriculture  tends this year making Kelowna its  centre for the bottling of fruits for exhibition purposee.  Publicity Commissioner Beaver Jones  has been notified by Deputy Minister  Scott that he believes that Kelowna,  being most centrally located in the  Okanagan, is the beet situation for  such an establishment, and Mr. O, I.  Thornton,,-the government bottling expert is shortly leaving to take up-his  quarters in Kelowna.  As- these exhibits are sent to all parts  of the world, and afford one of the  best advertisements possible for the  Okanagan, the publicity commissioner  bespeaks forM r. Thornton the hearty  support of all fruit growers. .-It is  propoiwd that tin' specimens'shall consist : of cherries, , poaohes, apricots,  plums ,apples, and pears.  Good central rooms are required,ono  about 12 by 15, and another s'ightly  smaller which could be easily darkened.  T-he publicity commissioner in the  meantime would be pleased to look at  suitable premiBeB.  Freddy Welsh May Box Here  Chief Sutherland has just reooivsd a"  letter from J. Polloak, manager for  Kreddy Welsh, the famous champion  lightweight boxer of Great Britain,  expressing his desire to arrange lor a  match in Kelowna, Such a ftatoh* if  a suitable opponent could bo found,  would no doubt prove a great o.f.nt,  as Welsh is way up tn ''he boxing  world. He is shortly to light Ha,ley  at the coast, and the winner of thut  event ib to meet Ritchie for tho cl-ain-  pionship of the world. Some effort is  to be made to get' Pulton irom the  coast to meet Welsh here.  Band Concert in thc Park  Following is the programme ol  the band concert to be given in  the park to-morrow night: ���  1. March Kelowna Bornholdt  2. Medlet Overt Railto Aicher  Synopsis: Cheer Up Mary, Where  tit* Jessamine is Blooming, Evrryone  is in Slumbsnand, Where the Golden  Rod it Waving, Molly Denr. When  You are Old and Grey, Gee hut this  ia a Lonesome Town, On the Pier at  Dreamland, If the Man in the Moon  Were* Coon. Finale: All$et, Let'erGo.  3. Romance...Dear One Far Away.Caiey  4. Cornet Duet Solo...Jennie Polka...Bever  N. Bornholdl, W. Pettigrew  5. March Uucle Reuben Brooks  6. Waltz Beautiful Days Fulton  7 Spring Song Mendelssohn  8. March Tenth Regiment Holl  OI Caanada  Cod Save tha King  New English Church to  j be Opened Next  Sunday  Dedication Services by Bishop  A. U. de Pencier  The new church of St. Michael  and Ail Angels on Richter Street  will be opened on Sunday next  and will be dedicated by the bishop  of ihe diocese, the Rt. Rev. A. U.  de Pencier, D.D. The bishop, accompanied by Mis.. de Pencier,  willarrive from Penticton on Saturday morning. The morning and  afternoon will be spent in motoring through Glenmore, Rutland,  K.L.O. orchards and the S.K.L.  Co.'s lands. The ladies have arranged a garden party in honor of  the jlishop and Mrs. de Pencier,  to be held in Mr. DuMoulin's  groUnds, kindly lent for the occasion; The reception will be from  4 lo 6 o'clock.  The services on Sunday will be :  nt 8 o'clock a celebration of Holy  Communion ; after Matins at 11  o'clock the bishop will dedicate  the church and be celebrant at the  Holy Euchari t following ; at 7.30  shpr( Evensong followed bv confirmation service at which sixteen  candidates will be presented for  the holy rite.  The bishop and Mrs. de Pencier  will leave by Monday morning's  'ioat for points on the Kootenay  lakes.  Last Sunday was the last occasion of holding regular public service in the old church of S Michael  and All Angels; the rector therefore took advantage of the opportunity to give a brief resume of the  work carried on during the past  eighteen or, nineteen years. He  recalled in his sermon that in December of 1894 a meeting had been  held in a private house to discuss  the possibility of erecting n church.  The church was opened on October 5th, 1895, an J within three  months the debt Was paid off.  Since those days when there  only eighty adherents or the church  in all, many changes have been  made and many progressive steps  taken, the most important of these  being a large increase of communicants. There are over 500 parishioners besides 120 or more at  Okanagan Mission.  Next sunday will see the opening of the new church by Bishop  de Pencier and the great possibilities of a phase of life would lie  before the parish as a whole. They  were about to occupy, what he believed would eventually be tha  finest church in the Diocese of  Kootenay excepting the coast cities  and it was hoped that the debt  necrssarily incurred for its construction would be paid off in a  comparatively short time.  A larger field of work lay ahead  and it was the duty of one and all  to do his or her share.  The old church was*crowded at  both services at which appropriate  hymns were sung, the concluding  one in the evening being, "Lead,  Kindly Light."  A wedding involving much local  interest took place yesterday at  the residence of the Rev. D. J.  Welsh, Mr. Alexander Purves, of  Kelowna was married to Miss  Elizabeth Mary Thrussell of Berkshire, England. After the ceremony the happy pair were driven  to Okanagan Centre by Mr. Chas.  Gowen, who acted as best man,  (rom which point they took the  boat on their honeymoon tiip.  The war canoe team have started practising and were out on  Monday for the first time. The  club will meet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  A meeting of the Kelowna Poultry Association was held on June  5th, in the Sons of England room.  A good number of members were  present. The fixing of the date for  lhe winter show was left to the  president and a committee, An  interesting demonstration in ca-  ponizing was given by Mr. Middleton. On Saturday nfternoon a  lecture on Poultry was delivered  by Mr. H. D. Reid who laid special  emphasis on the necessity of keeping houses clean this time of year  nnd the need of feeding carefully  and culling out weak birds.  Local Brick-Making  Industry Progressing  Since the days when ths Children of  Israel made bricks for the Egyptians-  under somewhat unfortunate labor con.  ditions, if we remember rightly���and  probably long before that, brioks hnve  been regarded as ths most useful and  adaptable of all building materials.  Out here in the West wood may hold  its own for a time in the hurry of  a city's first period of growth and development, but onoe that city begins  to put on an air of permanently and  solidity, brick is the material which  begins to dominate in its business and  residential buildings.  The increasing use of briok for resid-m  ees lias been particularly noticeable in  Kelowna during the past year, and  many handsome dwellings of this kind  have been erected or are in proofs of  erection.  Kelowna is fortunate in possessing a  brickyard of her own, which, under the  management of tho present proprietors  Messrs. Clement-Biggs, Ltd., is gradually being brought to a high state of  efficiency, both as. to the quantity and  quality of its output. Between three  and four thaus&nd dollars have been  spent this year in new plant and equipment, and this is only part of a programme of reorganization which is to  be carried out. Messrs. Clement-  Riggs anticipate a big demand for  brick in the near future, and it is their  intention to be in a position to turn  out a first-rate article in quantities  which will satisfy any demand.  A "Record" representative paid a  visit to the Kelowna briokyard Uie  other day in company with Ur. C.  Clement, and was agreeably surprised  to notice the many signs of improvement which had been made, and the  businesslike activity of the staff at  work.  A considerable force wae busy digging out tho clay from, the lill-'ido,  passing it through' the grinding, mixing and moulding machines, and convoying the soft brioks to ths drying  sheds.  ''Wo have material enough in that  hill," said Ur. Clement, "to last a  hundred years, at double the present  output."  Not only are there veins of iriok-  making clay of various grade*, some  of ths very finest quality, but moulding sand the beat kind is to bo had from  the same pit. This sand is taken to  a big drying oven where all the moisture is dried out of it before using.  As the clay is dug from tbe hill it is  taken by trucks on a miniature, tramway to an elevated platform, through  which it drops to tbe grinding and  mixing maohine. In the process ol  mixing water is sprayed upon it until  it assumes the proper consistency.  The class ol briok being made at Use  moment was what is known as the  stook sand-mould brick. For tan,  wooden moulds are provided, cash  holding six brioks. The moulds are  first passed through ihe sanding machine, whioh gives them a covering of  fine sand to prevent tho bricks from  sticking. The sanded moulds are thsn  plaoed successively under the great  moulding press, which forces the plastic material under heavy pressure into  the correct shape. A revolving turntable with men stationed to perform  the various operation of emptying  the moulds and replacing the boards  on whioh the brioks are trucked to the  drying sheds, makes ths process continuous, proceeding without interruption at the rate of 30 brioks per minute, or an output of fifteen or sixteen  thousand per day from the one maohine. Another maohine of a different  type makes "wire-cut" brioks and all  kinds of draining tiles. Various sizes  of hollow bricks are also manufactured  for use in interior walls.  Ths drying racks, roofed in from the  weather, are all new, having been put  up this spring at a cost of some $2800.  Three kilns are in operation at the  present timo, and the prooess of burning or firing is the moat important  and difficult of the whole manufacture.  The greatest oare has to be taken in  the piling of the brioks and tiles i it bin  the kiln, so that the heat is evenly  distributed. A single kiln will hold  about 360,000 brioks. 1  Last year the output whb about one  and a holf million, but this will be increased this year by about halt a  million.  After the season's work is ended in  Rutland News  (From our own corrMpondent)  The Presbyterian aenrice on  Sunday morning will be condveted  by Mr. A. Evans, of Kelowna.  A strawberry social ii to be held  on Tuesday, June 24th, at Mra.  Bob Sp.oul'a home. A good programme has been arranged. No  admission ii to he charged, but refreshments will be served at reasonable prices.  The largest deal in real estate  this apring has been made in Rutland. The orchard owned by  H. E. J. Amyot, locally known as  " Sam Sprout's Orchard," has been  purchased by Mr. J. R. Beale, of  London, Eng., who takes possession to-morrow. The price is understood to be $12,000 cash. Thia  sale was put through by the firm  of E. W. Wilkinson & Co., of  Kelowna.  Local Amateurs will Produce  San Toy Next Week  The production of " San Toy *  by the local amateur society will  take place on Wednesday, June  18th, with repetition performances  on Thursday, the 19th and Saturday the 21st. The curtain will  rise in each case at 8.15 sharp.  This charming musical comedy  promises to exceed any of the  work hitherto undertaken by the  society. The expenses however  are so great that, wi'h gieat reluctance, the management have been  obliged to make a slight increase  in the prices of admission. The  newly installed opera chairs, numbering 100, will be $1.50, and $1  for the front rush seats. Children  half-price as usual.  In response to a telegram Dr.  Mathison left for Winnipeg by  Wednesday's boat on a visit to his  brother who lies seriously ill.  The result of the voting on the  by-laws tor raising' money for the  extension of the light and water  works goes to show that the public  have every confidence that money  spent in these works is a profitable  investment. The vote was unanimous, thirty-three being for in each  case, and no opposition vote.  A sensational suffragette outrage occurred during the running  of the Derby last week. While  King George's horae Anmer was  rounding Tattenham corner the  woman rushed on the course and  utched the reins of the horse,  which fell and trampled her. Jones,  the jockey, who was riding Anmer,  was unable to disengage himself  from the stirrups and fell to the  ground. He was badly injured  and had to be attended by a surgeon. The woman has since died  as a result of injuries received.   ��  Stiff Fine for Window  Smashers  Ur. and Mrs. Pethick Lewrenoe, Mra.  E. Fankhurst, and Mrs. Mabel Tuke,  representing the Women's Sooial and  Political Union, were this week condemned by the King's bench oourt to  pay SI,840 damages in a suit brought  by a number of West End London  shop-keepers for damages done tn tho  smashing of windows during suffragette  raids.  The British Government haa decided  to lay down three battleships of the  present year's naval programme immediately, instead of next March, air  originally intended.  This measure is being taken in consequence of the rejection by the Canadian Senate of the Naval Aid Bill to  appropriate 8.15,000,000 for the construction of three Dreadnaughta for  the British Navy.  Ur. Winston Churchill, first lord of  the admiralty, announced the government's decision in the House ot Commons last Thursday,     v  down the old buildings, and replacing  them with, more convenient and up-to-  date briok structures. Negotiations  are also being made with a view (o  installing machinery for the manufacture of pressed briok for facing.  The future of this important Ircnl  industry seems very promising, and  given fair shipping rates by the C.P.R.  there is no reason why a large busi  ness    should     UOt   be  r!   ne   w        o ^  ths tall, the company intend    taking (points in the valley. KELOWNA EECORD  Thursday, June 12  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  PuUishU swmt/ Thursday ml tht Offie*.  Ksbwn*. B.C.  fQHX LE.4TNLEY. EdHor ond Prvpri.hr.  StAsortplkfi $1.50 psr annum.  ?'��� UnMsJ Statu $2.00 ptr annum.  Aslssriittng .tf.fi tspsm application.  The Navy Question  After months of ac rim 011.0113 otwtruc-  tioa by th* Liberal minority in thi,  Canadian Howe of Common... the Bor-  bea navy bill wm finally earned in  that houae and lent up to the Senate.  It wa> perfectly natural that the opposition in the Houtfe of Commoai. ltd  by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, ahould oppose  a bill so contrary to tlie policy outlined by them when In office, but having dons their duty as His Majesty's  loyal oppasition. it seems passing  strange that they ,shou!d use their undoubted influence to secure the detent  of that bill in the Senate.  Constituted as it is, it difficult ior  the Senate, when oppotttd (o the government, to see that its power is really advisory. Being only an appointed  body and in the prouent caee a body  appointed by a government since rejected by the peop.e, it is in Lhe k:m-  iliating position of representing a discredited  minority.  When we say the Senate i* ivally  advisory, wo mean that its function,*  are limited in all important legislation. It cannot amend a money bill  and it cannot cause the defeat of a  government by an advtorio vote, consequently when it presumes to dictate  to the government that it shill appeal to the people on the navy i,uifl*  tion it is assuming to itself powerB  lhat it does not possess but when it  makes this demand in the num.' of the  people it is simply making u ridi^il-jun  exhibition of pnrtizauship under the  guiuo of serving the public intewt.  ln the first place it may be etated  without any fear of intelligent controversy that there is absolutely no  .sentiment againet tho Donlen naval  policy except among profosriior.al politicians. Further it seems to ua that  all parties , at all events among tlie  Knglish speaking population of Onnada  tire nt on�� on the main (jueetion of  contribution in some form, to i i e  ilofenso of tho empire. Now since only  ���me form whioh that contribution  should take it. in question, is it not  a moat mischievous thing that the  whole country should be divided ou a  minor question, that ia lo say n question which, while it remains outside  of active polities, is on miner importance, but which as soon as it becomes  a political issue is apt to degenerate  into mutual recriminations and charges  and counter charges ol disloyalty. We  are glad to note that Mr. Borden has  wisely decided to ignore tho hypocritical demanded of tbe senate for a reference of this question to tbe people  and is determined that the bill will  at a later date bs submitted to tbe  house, when it is hoped wise counsels  will obtain in the senate and the will  of the people aa expressed by their  accredited representative* will ovaa-  tually prevail.   a-   The True Spirit of Sport  Tne season of sports ������ -uil uuner  way. Hack enthusiast after his kind  is "boosting" his particular team as a  winner, be it in football, baseball for  lacrosse. Far be it from us to decry  the. ambitious efforts of thorn; who, to  win the laurels of victory, endure tho  discomforts of hard training, aad the  strain and trials incident to the contest. All honour to those young men  who for no other reward than the wal-  isfaotion of bringing fame to their  town and perhaos incidentally to them-  solves, give up so much nf thoir time  In perfecting themselves in their  sports. But, aro we not often in our  desire for glory, forgetting the true  end mid aim of sport? As we tako  it, sport to be beneficial to a conn  try should Im universal. Tho purpose  of all such nthletio games should bo  to develop (ho muscles in strength, eu-  durnnco and quickness of response to  the will and to train the mind to decide instantly and decisively lo do tho  proper thing at the proper time. Thege  are qualities which, when developed,  are of the greatest advaittngo to the  youth when brought up against tho  real facts of life, and thin is what  Wellington meant when-ho said that,  the battle of Waterloo 'wat won on  Ihe fields of Eton.  Our contention, however, is that  Kporf is becoming commercialized. Instead of enjoying the rigours of tho  game ourselves, we seem to prefer to  watch thu contests of athletes in whom,  We may have little personal int-'-'s:  except in so tor as they represent, for  a season the particular olub in which  we aro interested.  We are prone to take our exercise by  proxy, and we are thus not only losing the benefits of the game, but Are  lowering its standards. This latter ie  too evident at many exhibition pettte  played in the valley.    A good play ie  cheered���if made by one team���but is  greeted with silence or worse If made  by their opponents. We entirely deprecate this spirit, and call upon all  true lovers of sport to endeavor to  revive the sporting spirit that w4H  generously acknowledge tbe skill of our  opponents, and instead of minimizing,  strive rather to emulate their achieve-  mente.  Communications  Undur tills holding coownaksHoBB will '  \y r����it��d upon sss mibinct ol interest.  Lsltsrs must b. elgastl.e* brisl, ���cold  pcrsesslltlcs.  Tit* Editor docs sot ooc-  ���MSfftsj eederee opinion* gloss feetete. ,  KELOWNA'S LACK OF LOYALTY.  Editor Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���With your permission 1  would like to refute the statement  made by "Canadian" in your laet issue that we lack the outward- expression of loyalty, though no one doubts  the inward feeling.  Those who attended the Durbar pictures will remember the wild enthusiasm shown by the audience not only  at the pictures of tho King and Queen  but also at the appearance of tlie  King's soldiers.  I seldom attend tho "Movies" but  when the monotony of the constant  stream of Yankee pictures is broken by  the appearance of the King, tlie applause is deafening. On Empire Day  the audience at the moving picture  show was composed most likely, of  talismans and Dagoes who would not  know the King if they saw him. Nearly all tho British residents showed  thoir good judgment by attending  "Charlie's Aunt" or tho excellent  Hand concert. When I say Britiah I  include of course Canadians.  Iu conclusion, the writer was present  at    the reception to tho Royal party,  and    cannot    remember    any lack of  cheering or enthusiasm.  Yours truly,  UNITED EMPIRE LOYALIST.  With the B.C. Horse in Camp  Military Camp, Vernon, dune loth���  The military camp to the south ofVer-  non prosents a moat attractive eight.  The temporary home of 1000 men and  oHieers in located on the hill between  Long Lake and Vernon, and is most  suitable for the training grounds of  cavalry troopa.  The following units are in camp :���  30th Regiment B.C. Horse, commanded by Col. Bolt and Majora Mutrie,  Allan, and Clarke (of Kelowna); 31st  Regiment, commanded by Col. Flick,  and Majors Pragnell and Wilson; the  18th Field Ambulance, of Vancouver,  uuder Major McTavish; the 19th Army  Service Corps, commanded Major Montague Moore, of Vancouver: thelODnd  Rocky Mountain Rifles, under Co!.  Vicars, of Kamloops; the 2nd Section  Corps of Guides, under Major Bryan,  of Victoria ; and detachments from  the permanent forces at Victoria; No.  3 Company Royal Canadian Engineers^  No. & Company Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery; Permanent Army Medical Corps, and Canadian Ordinance  Corps. Lieut.-Col. McDonnell of the  Strathcona Horse, Winnipeg, is Camp  Commandant.  Th'e troops settled down to the work  on Tuesday, June 3rd, and actual instruction has heen in practice since,  consisting of advance guard work,  skirmishing and rifle practice.  The ceromonial review took place on  Saturday, Juno 7th, and the Commandant complimented -the commanding  officers on the smart work and efficient  drill of the men under their command.  The Kelowna squadron was considered  by onlookers to present a most creditable appearance.  On Sunday the troops attended the  Church parade, which was hold in Vernon city park. Captain Thompenn,  Chaplain 4o the 3lsl Itegiinent, act.-d  ns Brigade Chaplain, and took the service, taking his text from lhe instruction of Moses to Ihe Children of Israel  "To    go   forward." The    ChaplaiD  preached a most appropriate s 'i mon,  and drew many practical and useful  lessons from the subject.  Kelowna was well to the front at  tho Military .Sports on Monday, as  Trooper Cordon Stirling easily won  the mile race, and repeated another  win in tho relay race. The mile race  was one of the most, exciting events  of tho,day's sports, and Trooper Stirling was most enthusiastically cheered  as he passed the judges' stand. Major  Clarke, of Kelawna, has ho far the  highest number of marks in the rifle  shooting, ho that the officers and  Clarke, af Kelowna, has so far the  themselves and adding more laurels to  tho "Orchard City."  CREHAN, Military Correspond.  ��� '  During 1012 over 9000 miles of railway was under construction in British  Columbia, involving an expenditute of  $15,000,000. The government itself  spent over 15,000,000 on 1500 miles,of  roads and trails.  Jtyrd  Put the rest in the bank. You'll  find yourself in the best of company���your purse heavier���if you  buy a Ford���and join the happy  throng of those who know car  comfort plus service   satisfaction.  Mon than 275,000 Fords now In service-con.  vincini evidence ol their wonderful marit.  Primal Runabout $788; Touring Cst $863���  f.o.b. Kelowna with all equipment Gat inter-  sating " Foid Times " from Wake prills Factory  tr from tha Kelowna Garage and Machine  Worka Co., Ltd., Kelowna.  H. & K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  ICE CREAM  PURE   tt     H     PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.   FLEET,  'Phone 24 Headquarters:  Brooke's Livery  'Phone 240  P. O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  We jReDair   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory Machinery,  Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock   Cold  Rolled SnaW��sT.  Bolts, Screws, Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  1 ����������a���aaaaaaaaa i  S  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It will soon be needed  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA. B..  Lyson's take Shore Lots  ONLY SIX LEFT  Price $400 each  Buy Before They are All Gone  H. LYSONS  Kel  owna  or any agent  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  Don Zombro is a bay stallion, 15.3  hands,   sired   by   Zombro,   dam  Rambler Maid,  by   Rodgirl,  by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro aliened laat year in the  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vemon, winning both racee, making a  mark at Vernon of 2.33.  Some of hia colla are stepping in batter  than 2.30 before they are two yeara old,  notably Zombronum, which promiaea to  be in tha 2.10 list in 1914. "  He ia a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind and gentle in  disposition.  Don Zombro will stand for service al Mai  Jenkina & Co.'a etablc during lhe day and  at Mr. Copeland'a home after 6 p.m.  TERMS:   SIS for single leap;   f20 for  season; $25 to insure,  payable when mare provee to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND, Owner  NOTICE  Notice ia hereby given that at the neat  statutory meeting of thc Board of Licencing  Commissioners for the Gty of Kelowna, I.  Aithur Peabody, intend to apply for a renewal of my, licence to sell liquor by retail  in ths premieaa known aa the Palace Hotel  situated on the north aide of Bernard Avenue, between Water Street and Pendozi  Street, in the Cily of Kelowna, B. C. -  Dated lhe 15th day of May. 1913.  .Scottish Liberals are beginning! to  Agitate for Home Rule for Scotland,  and are introduoing a bill into the  British parliament with thut end In  view.  Miaa Emily Davison, the militant euffre.  gette who waa injured in her attempt te  check the king'a horae in the Derby, haa  died aa the reault of a fractured akull. The  aiilfragettee are of the opinion lhat thia  "martyrdom" is all that waa needed to  secure the vote for women.  ���SSsasssssai  Kelowna Opera House  THREE NIGHTS  Wednesday, Thursday, &  Saturday,  June 18th, 19th & 21st  "SAN TOY"  Commencing 8 p.m. sharp  SPECIAL SCENERY and COSTUMES  Admission: $1.50, $1, 75c.; Children, $50c.  m Thursdaii, Jttne 12  KELOWNA WBCOMI  Caloric  $15, $17.50, $24, $28, $32.50  SAVE 3 HOURS KITCHEN DRUDGERY DAILY  (OVER 150.000 USED)  NO HEAT,  NO ATTENTION,  ALL LABOUR SAVED  The "CALORIC" Cookstove is the Only FireleM Cook-  * stove with a Patented Vent Valve, insuring dry heat when  baking Cakes, Bread, Roasting Meats, &c  . The Radiators supplying the necessary heat for the " CALORIC " are heated for a few minutes over any ordinary  . flame (same as a flat iron), then placed  in the oven.   The  aluminum utensils containing the food are placed on top  of the radiators; close and latch the cover, the" CALORIC "  will do the rest.    '  Simple, Isn't It ?  Our traveller will send a "CALORIC'' to your home for trial.     Convince yourself  thoroughly of its advantages over the gas range or stove.  Write to Mr. RIDEN (address below) for full particulars and pamphlet.  ASK YOUR HARDWARE DEALER  ^AYOID CONTAGEOUsS-DISEASESl*  Red Cross Chemical  Closets  With Patented Airtight Trapdoor  A modern sanitary convenience constructed particularly for  families who live in dwellings where it is impossible to have  a waterworks and sewerage system. A Sanitary Closet that  can be placed in any convenient part of your house, cottage,  store or hotel, of in schools. A closet that is perfectly Sanitary  and Odourless, and requires but little attention. Is made  right, works right, and is right at all times. The Red Cross  Closet is fitted with Patented Trap Door which ma'ces it  air-tight when not in use. The Trap-Door is patented, the  the patent being our property exclusively in British Columbia.  OUR CUSTOMERS INCLUDE  The Provincial Government,  Canadian Northern Railway Co.,  B.C. Electric Railway Co.,  ���    .,,, Victoria Arena Cot, Ltd.,  Fo midable On r- .  Recommendations Sanitary Inspectors,  Medical Authorities, &c.  The chemical Used is placed in the tank of closet every thirty  days, and, being a Germicide as well as a Solvent, acts on  the excreta, Killing all Germs, thereby making it impossible  to contract contageous diseases of any kind.  Prices: $22.50, $25.00, $37.00, f.o.b. Kelowna  Ask your local hardware dealer but insist on RED CROSS TRAP-DOOR CLOSET  Formidable  Recommendations  ���PARTICULARS OF  R. HARRIS & CO., Ltd,  1127, Langley St.,  Victoria, B.C  S. RIDEN,  Lakeview Hotel,  KELOWNA.  a  enmore  Notes  (From our own coiT.apond.nt)  Mr. and Mrs. Batt and family of  Sherbroove, Que., arrived ia the valley  to live on their ranoh and are at present visiting Mr. Geo. Kerr.  ...  Mr. L. Marshall, brother of Mr. Lewis E. Marshall, is in the valley convalescing after an illness of pneumonia  and fever.  ....  Mibs Marian Prouse spent a week  visiting at Mr. Horaulh's, in Rutland.  ���   *  ���  ��� Mr. C. E. Prouse has purohased a  cow.  ...  Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Rankin entertained a number oi friends on Satur  Hay ovening.  ...  Mr. John Arnold who came west two  years ago was in the valley last week  and left for Wood's Lake where hs intends to build.   ���   Saving Our Forests  "Constant progress in forest ooftser-  vation,"   is the   keynote of Uu four  centli annual report of the Cumdiiui  Forestry Association whioh has just  been issued from the office of the sec.  rotary, Mr. James Lawler, Canadian  lluililing, Ottawa. The report, which  contains all the addresses made by  the prominent forestry experts, legislators and oflioials at thc convention  held in Victoria, B.C., is replete with  the latest views of the most advanced  minds in this line of national public  activity. The great strides forward of  the fedferal aod provincial governments  two of whom paseed far-reaching legislation within the year, unusual progress of the soienoe of forest, protection  lining lumbermen, and the numerous  changes in the Canadian Forestry As.  so'oiation itself, all indicate most dearly that the country is rapidly taking  up the issue and making for more adequate proteotiob of the great forest  heritage. Copies of the Canadian  Forestry Association report are to be  had free, from Mr. Lawler, on    appli-  ation.  Imported Hogs  Many people in the neighborhood ai'o  awaiting the result of omiuiries whioh  are being made in connection with the  importation of hogs by the provincial  government. After a long delay the  following communication has been received by the secretary of tne  Farmers Institute from tha live  Stock Commission at Victoria:���  Dear Sir/���I have just return >1 -o  the offioe prior to leaving for .the oa*st.  We have been able to locate a sufficient number of animals for your insii-  tute, but I wish to make a personal  inspection of them before accepting  them. Tho Berkshires I have inmiml  are somewhat high in price, vis;- $60  per head. While the animals are probably of such a standard as to justify  thin price, I doubt if your members  would care to pay so much for them.  I am hoping to be able to do considerably better at a personal interview.  Before making the deal wa shall wire  you.  W. T.'MoDONALD,  Live Stock Commissioner.  Mission Work Amongst the  Foreigners  The presence of so many foreigners,  employees of the (settle Valley railway  contractors, in town ha* created many  problems, and the W.C.T.U., recognising the need Lt some kind of missionary work, has been notive lately in  their effort amongst these men. The  following account of the work done has  lieeu handed' in by the superintendents  of this department, Mrs. T. Bsnwiok,  and,Mrs. Allan Wilson.  Twice parcels of magasinos and temperance    lid'.-iture    in    Swedish    and  Italian, have bean sent to five of the  Kettle Valley Camps.  Calls have been made in town    on  nmates of the bunk houses and litera-  ure distributed amongst them. Copies  f the Gospel in Greek have been bandit   amongst   tho   men,   who   seemed  lad to gat them.  The aid and cooperation of the resi*  |tj.mt ministers of the various churches  was solicited with the resdlt that reli-  Unis services have been held amongst  he men from time to time.  The work is full of difficulty, and tho  superintendents would gladly welcome  Sny ideas as to the best way of help  fog the foreigners within our gates.  Gifts of magazines or money to buy  oreign literature will also be welcome  Snd should be sect to the superintendents above mentioned,  The total quantity of apples markat-  d in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta for the season of 1019 was m>-  proximately 465,000 barrels, of wrsjh  Ontario supplied 238,000, British Columbia 78,000, Nova Scotia 18,000 and  bt United Statu 164,000.  f,*. I. �������*���*���������*���������  Your Whole Family  Father and Mother, Sons and Daughters,  and the little ones too, have each their  own special needs in the matter of footwear. What you want in shoe buying is  a stock large enough and varied enough to  enable you to exactly suit your own taste  We Are Shoe Specialists  We devote our whole time to the Shoe  business and our aim is Service to the Public  We Stock  The Best in Quality,  The Smartest in Style,  ���  The Cheapest in Price  Our experience and the large scale on  which we do our buying enables us to  combine these advantages.  You can depend upon Good Value  for Your Money  MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  ���Phone 256 P.O. Box 233  AVOID TYPHOID I  Red Cross Chemical  Closet  The only closet with Patented Trap Door Device  ensuring  perfect sanitation.   Constructed for use INSIDE the house.  Perfectly odourless.  $22.50 - $25 - $37 - f.o.b. Kelowna  R HARRIS ��c CO.. Ltd., O.   KlL'tiiNi  1127, Langley St., Lakeview Hotel,  Victoria, B.c. Kelowna  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  Thone.87  W. EASTON  Pendozi Street. N.        P.O. Box 552  .���   , , -,     .     lames' Electrical Store (behind  Workshop over Claude .' "   '     ,,     ,.  Dalgleish 6.  Harding*'.)  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan, and Estimate.  Finishing work a .pecislty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Ke'jowne  P.O. Bom 5. i  Pj. rm lands  s ny aiied acreages.  Irrigated,    *.    ��� qq  Prices: f 12*. 'fc.ufc.,.2.  Terms: Quarter t��*/k ,t# Soil, black  3 years at 7 pet cent. hrfeYts.  mertow JoM?.. Koiceat of  Alto 2,000 acre*- en bloc*, f��ty e. Beit  land.   Reasonable prices ant. feffflt,      L,ajf  large investment in B.C.     Price"* tintt,*      ,  lew than what other Okanagnn companltx  sell  for.     As for quality of soil wtf rtttUts  personal  inspection.and comparison' wfcft  other high-priced lands in this Galley.  Alberta Farm Landa for Exchange.  Choice Albert* improved farms and cily  lota exchanged for Kelowna and Okanagan  fruit, hay and residential lots. Alberta  property rising in value rapidly.  I Panhard Levaason Automobile  45 h.-p. Cost $6,000 new. Will sell for  $800 cash, or will exchange for lots, horses  or cattle.    H1TCHNER BROTHERS  Weatbank, B.C KELOWNA EECOBJ)  Thursday, June 12.  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priest's Orchard  Have for sale  ORCHARD  L-i.fAl \| i-/lk!)   Planted and Unplanted  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bench  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  Close in on  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.    Phone 5  P.O.Box 174  We are carrying a complete line of  Automobile Tires and Tubes,  ��� ��� ���     Patches  ��� Electric Horns  N.P. Bumpers  ��� Accessories of all kinds  Dinjo Cylinder Oils and Greases  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Phone 1S4  P.O. Box 19  /. A, BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.      Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to.data wall hangings.    Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited  Town and Country  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  Rev. R. J. Douglas preached in  the Methodist church on Sunday  last, June 8th.  Mr. Geo. Fletcher has been ordained and inducted aa an elder  of the Presbyteiian church.  Mr. R. Duncan has installed folding opera-chairs in the Opera  House.  Dr. McNaughton was at Vernon  to give  medical evidence at  the  agnizes. ���  Mr. R. Johnson has arrived from  Vancouver to take a position with  the McKenzie Co. Ltd. Mr. Johnson hails from Dumphries in Scotland and acquired hia business experience in Edinburgh.  A party consisting of Mrs. Moon  Miss Gardner, Miss Gladish, and  the two Miss Coodes arrived in  Kelowna early last week. Mrs.  Moon is joining her sons, C. and G.  Moon of the Spray Factory.  Mr. J. J. Dougan, secretary of the  B. C. School Trustees' Association,  was in town thia week, conferring  with the different school boards of  the district. Mr. Dougan is also  making arrangements for an exhibit  of school work which will be one  of the interesting features of lhe  forthcoming Vancouver Fair.  On Tuesday, June 24th, the  Country Girl's Hospital Aid are  holding a sale ot work in aid of  the hospital at the Aquatic Pavilion  at 3 o'clock. The sale will consist  chiefly of children's clothes, many  of which have been sent from England. Also a few fancy novelties  and saleable articles for batchelors.  Tea and strawberries wilt be  served.  Mr. S. Riden, a representative of  R. Harris & Co. of Victoria, is at  present in town. His object is to  bring more closely to tho notice of  the public that firm's well known  sanitary specialties and also their  " FirelesB Cooker," an apparatus  which by conserving heat on the  same principle as the " Thermos "  bottle, will cook a whole dinner  without any fire or flame of any  kind.  Mr. A. W. Barber last week disposed of his grocery business to a  newly constituted firm under the  style of the Kelowna Grocery Co,  The management will be in the  hands of Mr. Geo. Robison, who  has had considerable experience  in this line before coming to Kelowna. Mr. Barber ia returning to  Summerbery, Sask., to look after  his interests there.  The Kelowna Study. Club held  their annual picnic laat Thursday  at Mrs. Frederic Armstrong's on the  lake shore. Bathing, launch riding  and games was the order of the  afternoon, after which a fine picnic  lunch was served. The happy  party motored home in the early  hours of the evening, to meet again  on the firat Thursday evening in  September.  An Interesting ceremony took  place laat Monday, June 2nd at  All Saints Church, Vernon, when  Miss Constance Rose Pennell took  the style and title of Mrs. Ernest  England, of Kelowna. Mias Pennell  had arrived in Vernon the aame  day from Rayleigh, Essex, in company with Mra, Moon and party.  After the ceremony the happy pair  took the boat for Naramata where  the honeymoon was spent.  Mr. H. Griffiths, lately manager  of the men's furni.hing department  of the Hudson Bay Co, at Vernon,  and for some years previously connected with the same company's  branch in Vancouver, has taken an  interest in the Oak Hall Clothing  Co., and has taken the position of  secretary - treasurer and director.  He will have the management of  the buying and selling end of the  business, leaving Mi. Tom Morrison to superintend the accounting  nnd office work generally.  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor!!,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B. C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetaon Block, Kelowna    -    'Phon* 206  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harrsv. B.A.. Sc., C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.LS���  and U.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY.  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phon. 147. P.O. Bos 231  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue       - -       Kelown^.  B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  libitioncr Royal Collage   of   Muiic,   aad Uto.y  I. Kendrick Pync,   Mm. Doc., Onanist of the  Cathedral, Manchester, F-ng.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al tha Studio. Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muiic  of  avnqr   description  supplied.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box 19.6 'Pbona SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alao  French Lessons  ConverMlional or otnerwiae  STUDIO -Morri.on.Thompaon Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Tov/n and Country Residence!  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Sec.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (AHociate of the Royal College of Organists, Lond.)  Civet leaaona in the above subiecta.  Qualified   by  examination.    Many  PIANOFORTE  ���ucceaaea  at local  examinationa (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' successful  teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON -  (Gradual. McCill Unit araity)  Residence :    LAWRENCE  AVE.  Meiaagei  may  be   left  at  the  office  of  Maun. Rattenbury At William..  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  I..II.A.M. (London)  taachea correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366. Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  ISA'tlilSTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ocer Royal Bank   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Late Prlnclpaland Solo VlollnlatCru-  atal Palace Orchestral Society, and  City ol London Orchestral Society  Particulars and Terms on application to  P.O. BOX 262. KELOWNA, B.C.  BEDDING  PLANTS  NOW READY  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  V  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily .  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  Phone 135  KELOWNA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo loot above the lake, it commands a beautiful new of the town, *ke and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE.   Don't miee the opportunity  of  selecting a few acres of this desirable  .   property.  If you with ��� cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and we will  , ahow you our sub-division  ���   WOODLAWN   ���  J int four blocks from th* centre of the town.     Prices low.   Tonus **sy,  monthly payments if ao deaired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. KC.     .....  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted thia spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK LUMBER CO..Ltd  Are now completely equipped to supply ag your  lumber  We have now a large stock of local rat coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  Inch-grade quality and In  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, June 18  KELOWNA aBCOBS  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you like ia here  :.    Ask to See our No. 257    >'���  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  THE  High Cost *��� Living  Is due to Reckless Buying  <J Daring March three of our citizens  purchased White SeVving Machines in  Vancouver at $65 each. We deliver the  identical same machine in their houses  .     for $45.  <J The Singer Sewing Machine Co., of  Vancouver, sent us for collection six- contracts with Kelowna people for machines  purchased in Vancouver at $65. We sell  the same machine at $40.  1} A few daya ago .a Kelowna resident  purchased an old second-hand Gerhard  Heintzman Piano for the exact price that  we charge for a new and up-to-date  instrument.  We sell and have sold for yean  Singer Sewing Machines -     -   $40.00  While    ,, ,, $45.00  Heintzman & Gourlay Pianos - $375.00  AH other goods in proportion  Kelowna Furniture Company  ���  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian and new Engliah Churches)  CPprxC   Carter's (England), IO cents a package  OCjEjLS'D   Simmer's (Toronto)  5      ��� ���  Valuable prize* will be given at the Fill Fair (or collection! of Vegetables and Floweri  from seeds and plwitt supplied by us,    Particulara on price list later.  Tomato. Cabbage & Bedding Plants  Cutflowers, Ferns and Easter Flowers.  English Rose Trees and Climbers.  Phon*. 8S  PALMER & ROGERON      po. b�� iii  Cooperative Fruit Selling in jNova Scotia  The cooperative) bundling of the fruit  crop is prqbably further developed iu  the provinoe of Nova Scotia than , In  any other provinoe in Canada.  Probably two-thirds of ihis year's  orop will be handled through the local 'barrels,  associations and their oentral organi- bought and distributed among the IWJU  zations. The cooperative movement members. This cooperative buying  haa boon making wonderful strides in was oonduoted' by many of ths small  the fruit growing sections of Nova companies, but the oentral now buys  Scotia during the past few years. The 'for    all    and  so    gets    rookbottoin  All companies agree to give the oentral complete control of their fruit.  iteturns are pooled, the same as was  formerly done in the small companion.  The oentral now controls over thirty  warehouses, with a storage capacity  ol over four hundred thousand barrels.  The company does not eoufine     its  attention merely to the shipping     of  applet*.   Large    supplies   of   fertilizer,  pulp heads, nails, etc.,    are  fruit growers of the Annapolis valley  can produce prime fruit and believe  that they should receive their fair  share of the price. The result has Men  the development of the cooperative  movement. '  Until a few years ago the entire export crop was handled by Kuropaau  commission houses who hod looal  agents throughout tho valley. The  commission oharges incidental to this  system are exceedingly large; the total  charges ior freight, oommission, inuur-  anoe, etc., amounting to as high as  one dollar and fifty oenta to one dollar and sixty oenta a barrel, in some  oases when the shippers received their  sales accounts they found that thair  fruit had sold for less than the oommission men's oharges and were called  upon to make up the diUerenoe.  The fruit growers naturally chafed  under these conditions, and aa early  as 1UU2 an attempt was made to foi m  some kind of a cooperative society.  The first successful attempt, however,  did not materialize until five years  later. The growers in the neighborhood of Berwick organized under the  name of the Berwick Fruit Company,  with an authorized oapital of $10,000.  The company built a largo warehouse  to whioh the fruit of the different members was brought and packed by ex-  'ports. This assured a uniform paok  and naturally a higher price waB obtained. The first year the company  handled nearly two thousand barrels  of apples. The next year this number  was doubled and the third year it  was trebled���ample evidence of the success of the movement.  Hovement Spreads  As a result of the success that attended the formation of this first company, other companion were formed until now the number is ubout thirty.  The members agree to pool their apples and receive the average price according to grade and variety. Thus the  'better a member's fruit is, the larger  I will be the proportion of No. 1 pack  and the better will be the price. The  provincial government passed au act  especially designed for the formation  of such societies.  The growers, realised, howevor that  they were not getting the maximum  results that the cooperative system  oould offer, if the various separate  companies were centralized they could  do still better. Delegates from tho  different companies got togither and  decided to give ths oentrulizatiou idea  a year's trial. This was in It'll  The different, companies did not bind  themselves by any set rules. The central organization would make sales  for the different companies and also  buy supplies for them. Messrs. S. C.  Parker, John Donaldson and J. N.  Chute were chosen from among the  delegates to aot as au executive. S.  II. Chute, one of the well-known fruit  growers of the Annapolis Valley, was  employed as general manager.  A small percentage was charged on  all apples shipped through the central  organization. Eaoh of the companies  that entered the organization, over  twenty in number, paid a fee of five  dollars. Nor did tho payment of this  fee compel the companies lo Sell their  fruit through the central. They could  still act as freo agents.  That year tho oontrol sold over one  hundred thousand barrels for ths companies. An agent was sent through  the west, and over ton thousand barrels of Qravensteiiia were sold. The  was really tho advent ol Nova Scotia  fruit on the western market. Inst.  year eighty-five Ihouoanh barrels went  to the same market.  In 1911, Nova Hoolia produced tho  largest crop of apples in its history.  The steamship lines were unable to  handle the unusually large export traffic. Right here is where the association proved its 'worth. Additional  steamers were chnrtm-.-d and the congestion was relieved.  On A Permanent Ilnniii  The Buncoes attending this trial of a  oentral association was ao pronounosd  lhat steps wore at. once taken to make  it permanent. Last year the company  was incorporated with an authorized  oapital of fivo thousand dollars, nearly all of which Is subscribed. At the  time of organisation twenty-two i.iiti-  panies became affiliated in the oentral  assooiation, whioh was termed "Tho  United Fruit Companies of Nova Scotia, Limited." Baoh company subscribed twmty per cent., of its oapital  stook. Since then, several more companies have oome in, making the number about thirty.  prices. Un account of the large  amount. ef business handled, insurance  is procured ul most favorable rates.  Several evaporators havs bean erected  for thu utilization of the culls.  New Markets Developed  The association is developing bruad  |er markets. A Kuropoun agent has  been appointed and the merits of Nova  Scotia fruits are being made known  to the European consumer. The South  African market is being developed also.  The association is kept in touch with  the market conditions throughout the  world, and complete statistics are always kept an hand.  The purpose of the association is  ot confined alone to the immediate  requirements of the apple industry. It  is aiming high. The operating of refrigerator oars, the manufacture oi  barrels and boxes, and the purchasing  of all the commodities required by the  members are among the developments  that it has in view.���Canadian Horti-  eulturulist.   r>   The Virtues of the Dandelion  The herbalist knows the virtue of  the dandelion, and turns them to goo  account. In the old days, more so  than now, the gathering of the dandelion was quite common, and if tho  egetable was not used herbally, it  as boiled and sweetened, the liquor  eing used as a beverage. In former  times, dandelion beer was a popular  country thirst quencher and an a hot  day there oan be nothing more refreshing. II we are apt to ignore the  vegetable, the Continentals know better. There is such a demand for dandelion abroad that the supply is hardly adequate. It is said the inhabitants of Hinoroa, when their harvest  had been destroyed by locusts, lived  for a whole year on "lion'B teeth" a  fanciful name applied* to tbe loaves.  Nature of her own free will supplied  the best of vegetables, but we do not  always realise the fact. Some people  hold the view that all Unit mankind  needs in this line oan be obtained in  tho fields, without troubling to cultivate other sorts in the garden.���"An  Observer-', in the "Millgate Monthly.'  ���. 4   In British Columbia last year the  total output in natural products was  $100,000,000, and in manufaotuted pre  ducts, S20,00(),000 (sat.). This means  a proddotioni per head for overy man,  woman, and) child in the provinoe, of  over, {300.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  "Naramata School Extension'.  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for Naramata School Extension," will be received by the Honourable tho Minister of Public Works up to  noon of Monday, the 23rd day of June  1913, for the erection and oompuatiou  of a two-room addition to the sehool-  house at Naramata, in the Okanairan  Electoral distriot.  Work to be commenced immediately  on aooeptanoe of tender and comploti.l  on or before the 26th August. 1913.  Plans, specifications, contract ami  forms of tender may be seen on and,'  after the 7th day ol June, 1018 at thit  ofiioe of Mr. L. Norrio, Government  Agent, Vernon, B.C.: Mr. J.O. Williams, Secretary to the school board,  Naramata, B.C.; and tho Department  of Public Works.  Intending; tenderers can, for the sum  of ten dollars (810.) obtain one oopy  of the plans and specifications  by up-  lying to the undersigned.  This sum will be refunded when the  plans are returned in mod order.  Eaoh proposal must bs acoompaniod  by an accepted bank oheque or oerti-  fioate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canada, made payablo to the Honourable, the Minister of Public Works,  for a sum equal bo 10 percent, of tender  whioh shall be forfeited if the party  tendering decline to enter into contract  when called upon, to do so, or if ha  fail to complete tho work contracted  for. The ohequa or oortifioates of deposit of unsucoessfnl tenderers will be  returned to Ihem upon the excoution  of tho contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on tbe forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of tne  tendered, and enolo<sed in the envelopes  furnished.  Tho lowest or ��ny tender not necos-  sarily accepted.  J. B. GRIFFITH.  Publio Wast* i^ngineor. Department  ol Publio Works. Victoria, B. C, June  nth, 1913. 29-30  PRODUCTIVE LAND!  If you are seeking  f Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage ;|  apply to ���'.  I R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission jj  |. Telephone   -LI f (  ��� ��� Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna ' ���  List of properties (or sale on application  .���M"M"M"M-M-M-M"M  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     - . $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    ���    KE OWN A .B..    -    T-lt��"  ���^ei*S**i,t*\e**re*t*'\*~*l''^^y*'^f^S^V*,f^*^S*r\S*^s^^lt'*^  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  NOTICE  NOTICE ia hereby given that meeting!  of the Provincial Agricultural Commitaion  will be held at the following placea:���  Salmon Arm, '-ay 27th, 10 a.m.  Enderby, May   6th, 11.30 a.m.  Armstrong,    ay 29th, 10 a.m.  Vernon, May 30th and 31 it, 10 a.m.  Kelowna, June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a.m.  Summerland, June 4th, 10 a.m.  Penticton, June 5th, 10 a.m.  Keremeos, June 6th, 11 a.m.  Rock Creek, June 7th, 9.30 a.m.  Midway, June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Forks, June 9th, 2.30 p.m.  The Commitaion will hear evidence on  all matters affecting agricultural conditions  in the province. All persons interested  are fnviled to be present,  W. H. HAYWARD, M.L.A.  Chairman.  C. B. CHRiSTENSEN.  Secretary. 26-8  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  FREE GIFTS  TILL JUNE 21st  ON CLOTHING  With every -cola*ed suit  excepting Blue fcurge,  1 will give all pucob**-  rmtheii choice of good*  to the following valuta;  Men's Suits  From $ 7,50 to $13, gets $2  ���    15.60 ���  20   ���   $3  Over $20.00 gets $4  Those who know the  extremely low price  the clothing atock is  sold at will appreciate  this special offer. There  is no reserve. You  .have the whole stock  to choose from  H.P.  H  I  c  K  s  Water Street  (lal Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  'Phon* 4801  P.O. Boi 12  EENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant,   Specification,   and    Estimates  Furnished  Building of every description   under,  taken in Town or country.  None but thc BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   a,nd   satisfaction  guaranteed  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA. HBMHMMHi  KELOWNA K6C0K0  Thursday, June 12  Odd lines of the Lequime Stock are being cleared at prices that speak  for themselves.    In the Mens Department the following specials are  being offered:  Soft  Felt  Hats  Best English  Makes  Suitable for Summer Wear  Regular, $3.00 & $3.50  Sale Price,  $1.95  200 Men's Suits, Hand Tailored  and Finished, Quarter off.  Interesting to the Ladies  A  special  line, just arrived, of  new  WAISTS cXs at $1.35 up  Also Ladies'  Neckwear,  Jabots, and Collars,  in the new Bulgarian effect  Ladies', Misses' & Children's Bathing Suits.  A large selection.   RUBBER CAPS in all colors.  Silk Shirts  Ten Doz. Finest Silk Shirts  Values up to $5.00  Sale Price $3.00  Tunic Shirts  Twenty Doz. Tunic Shirts  Regular $1.50 & $1.75  Sale Price, $1.00  turns  Last Call For Groceries  We purpose mating SATURDAY the Closing-Out Day of this Department, when  Mr. W. Kirkby will be on hand to hand out Bargains in the following lines of Groceries  Canned Fruits, Jams, Vegetables, Tea, Coffee,  and numerous other articles that will interest. Be On The Spot *  Richmon'ds Cash Store  READY-TO-WEAR, DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES lytmtsintjj June 2  KKtOWNA EECMtD  Cut Worm  Medicine  The early bird gets the'worm  nd that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  ���  if you dan't get him first he  wt our crop.  3er�� r's ParisGreen  A jenate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  .ny of the above ingredients  tri\\ get him if properly used  and in time. '      !,  P. I Hits I Co.  j  JRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  ' Kelowna,    B. C.  ��HONE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In which Jimmy tells of Kelown*. happening* to Mr. \  Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B.C.  Dear Sid.���  Coal mining' rights of tha Dominion p..��� . j l _��_ .��� �� ^ .1 .. .  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan andAlber- /������� ��d ���>������>����� gr���t.ng. from the Ud  ta, the Yukon Territory^ the North- "owing with milk snd honey i lhe honey  west Territories, grid in a portion of put of that might be ell right, but the milk  the Provinoe of Britiah Columbia, may ,we get here ia bum j must be raised on  be  leawd   for a   tern of tyealy-one ^   tion   0uMt   ,   fc    R , .  years at an annual rental of fl     an  acre. Not more than 8,860 aorts *~nu! �� ���r"��oIe gem set in the tarnished  will be leased to oner applicant. gold of the rest of B.C.  Application tor the lease muit bs Cot a letter from the boss the other day.  made by the applicant in WCSOn Jo You know , ,0,d h(J . Vancouver  the Aj;ent or \3ub-Aeent of the distriot .      '  in whioh the rifrhts applied for are" **"?��� He says to me, Jimmy, you  situated. couldn't run fast enough to give ma a  Is surveyed territory tha land must house and lot in Vancouver if 1 had to live  be described by sections, or legal sub- ���,���.   | ,hink n,tUr. worked so hardjnak-  divisions of sections, and in unsurvey- . ,      ,...,.., ..      .  r ,     ���  ed territory the tract applied for in�� ou' b-autiful climate there in Kelowna  ahall be staked out by the applicant that whan she got to the coast the supply  himself. ��� had about run out. and  the  result is  Eaoh    application   muat be   aoootn- tenible."  Sunt.1* 8 ^'ri^atlilf  & ���** *- " *�� ���* o*��. of a  are not available, but not othsrwiser reconcilation.   She has trampled upon my  A   royalty shall be paid   on ths met- bruised and bleeding heart for the last time,  chantable output ofthe mine at    tbe Tell her I am finding solace for my troubl.  ra-rt ��' HZl 0BlU P�� *<%i     .. ...,, ed spirit in the smiles of the lovely daugh.  Tha peraon oporatiiu, tha mine shall .   ~��� . '      ���  furnish tne Agent with sworn returns IfP��rielowna.   .  accounting    for the full quantity     of      You remember me telling you about  merchantable ooal mined and pay the "Charlie's Aunt,"  given  at  the  Opera  royalty thereon.     If   the coal, raining House on May 24th J WeU. the same bunch  rights are not being operated,    euon .      . .' "��� .  returns should   be furnished at   least �� going to give a light opera called  "San  onoe a year. * Toy," next week, and 1 am right here to  The lease will include the coal min- say if it's  anywhere   near  as  good  as  ing rights only, but the leases may ������ Charlie's Aunt " it will be a hum-dinger  be permitted to    purcbare     whatever .  avalS surface rights may be   con- ����������'��'�����   All the scenery U being painted  sidered   necessary   for the workim. of by a fellow here in town, and take it from  the mine at the rate of 810 an acre, me he's some bear-cat of a painter.   They  For full information application got a real actor-man who is staging the  should   be   made to the secretary  oi        ... ,, l.ili.l  the Department of the Interior,     Ot- production, and from what I hear of  th,  Jawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent ravishing strains which float from the win.  of Dominion Lands. dowa where the company is rehearsing, it's  _   J       .....        ,*;     i V   .    ' going to he a pippin of a show.  affiaS^iJS& of  N1* -* "!��rB"^  thiB advertisement will not be paid gave a concert in the park, which as 1 told  lot. , you before, borders on the lake, and dur  ing said conoert I was floating in a skiff on  the peaceful bosom of the Okanagan, and  as 1 gazed into its placid depths, while my  soul was thrilled by the dulcet harmonies  which rippled like wavea from the bandstand, I felt as if I had strayed into some  corner of the long lost Garden of Eden.  (Forgive me this time Sid, and I promise  never to have another fit like that, but  you know that stuff is like the measles, it  will break out.)  Well, Sid, old-timer, remember me to  all the gang. Take good care of yourself  and hurry to this favored land, where  nature has strewn her gifts with a lavish  hand, and opportunity has no limit but  the smiling sky above. (I I I I I)  Yours as ever,  '  JIMMY.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lsarci (.clowns 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leavei Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  ���Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Lesvei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phon. No. 108  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and  Gents' Rubber  Heels  of the Best Makes  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for tha  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendosi Stmt,   ���   KsIowbs  Rich Brilliant Cut Glass  '"THERE is an infinite, pleasure in buying Cut Glass  when you are absolutely certain that the quality is  right. We sell only the best productions of the most  reliable factories, and cater to the people's demand for  quality.   See our fine display.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.  ���Phone 270  ANGUCAN  St Michael and All Angels' Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sunday, in thi  month at 8 a.m.; Mcond and fourth Sundaya, afar  Mommi Prayar.  Litany on tha firat and third Sunday..  Morning Prayar at II  o'clock:   Evening Prayar at  MO.  St. Andrew'., Okanagan Mission.  Firat and third Sunday in month. Holy Communion  at 0 a.m.   Matina and Li��ai\y. 11 a.m.  ...       EaaOMSf 7:10  Sacond Sunday. Matin, and Holy Communion al 11  Evanaons 7:50  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Raotor.  R... C. H. MEYRICK. A~iaM>t Pric.t.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Pre.lrt.rian Churoh, Kelowna.  Momins SarftMa at 11 a.avi avasaaf Mrvicat 7rJ0  p.m.  SanaoW Sakeol al 2.50 p.m.  Waakly Pmyar Maaiin. on Wadn.��iay. at S p.m  R.v. A. DUNN. B.D.. Putor.  BBNVOPLIN PMC8BYTERI/VN  CHUBCH  BETHEL CHURCH;  Samca 7.30 p.m.     Sund.y Sch.ol 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Same. 11 a.m.      Sunday School 10 a.m.  ���    , CLENMORE  Sarvic 3.45 p.m.      Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. P.atcr.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Churah.  Sabbath Sardc. al 11 a.m. and 7iM p.m.  Sunday School at 2i50 p.m.  Mid.,..* amvwa Wadn.aday al S p.r��.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON, M.A.. B.D.. Pa.io,  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  {Undertakers and Embalmers  {H "������   I.  fttVSKBS   ��� ��� ���      '     '  ELLIS 5TREET, KELOWNA  Telephone,'91 ���'.      - ��� - ���'    '    On call day and' night  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Elliea St.  Sabbath Sarriot. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m.      All walcoola.  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D.J. Welsh. Pastor.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE  .   REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  AAAaAMrAaaN  CONCRETE  WORK  Thii U to announce that I have purchased the contracting plant and buii-  neaa of Clement-Riggt and ahall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year'* experience. I  have a full equipment of power mixers,  &c, and will give good work.  AH Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings.  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  ���    OFFICE:  Clement tn Km I etc  Water Street  RESIDENCE:  Bee,    WooaK.e* Ar.  Richter Street  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and lllioaoi.  in 1910 as a three-year-old, principally  over half-mile tracks. That campaign was  one of the hardest ever given a three-  year-old, and enly . great colt could have  stood it. He started in 16 races that year  and took a mark of I3{.  His breeding is as follows:  Sired by Lei and Onward, 2-4 J; first  dam, Ollie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a aon of Nutwood; second dam,  Trilby Will���, by Nutwood Willca.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25 when  mare proves to be in foal  Stands at stahle of owner,  J. N. CAMERON  K  has been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  "Tht photographer in your town "  ICE CREAjV\  ��**�����  DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN YOV WERE LITTLE?  DID YOV EVER GET ENOUGH ICE CREAM THEN 7  BUY AN ICE CREAM FREEZER AND YOVR CHILDREN WILL LOVE YOV MORE AND BE LESS TOVBLE  TO THEIR MOTHER.  ICE CREAM IS HEALTHFUL. BUY A FREEZER  FROM US AND HAVE PLENTY OF IT.  WHEN YOU WANT HARDWARE, REMEMBER WE  HAVE IT.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:  Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Successors to the Morriaon-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Office and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  TO RENT  Thre very desirable Dwelling Houses  in town.    Furnished or unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.G  Dr. ORNER-  SIGHT SPECIALIST <u*. of k-m  has now permanently located in Kelowna in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real Estate,  Raymer Block  ~     28 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE    -  A Perfect and Scientific Examination Free   '  Accuracy and satisfaction guaranteed  m KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, June la      i  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m-  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2��, 4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand. Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May Ist, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS.Ld.  1  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. & K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  ICE CREAM  PURE    If     H     PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.  FLEET,  'Phone 24 Headquarters :   Brooke's Livery  m..** Wall'    MMg laagMgaWMaBMS  The Record  Has a Fully Equipped  JOB  PRINTING  DEPARTMENT  and we are prepared  to giveevery attention to  your needs in this line  be they large or small  'Phone No. 94,  or call in the office of  THE  KELOWNA  RECORD  BERNARD JVENUE  FOR THE  CHICKENS  Ground Bone   25 lb. sks.     .7 5  501b.  ,,   $1.25  1001b. ,,   $2.50  ��j      ����  ��>      >���  COME SEE THEM  PRICES ARE RIGHT  Ladies Suits  For the next two weeks we will  offer the balance of our Ladies'  Suits at  Cost Price  Now is your chance to procure a Good Suit CHEAP  Our stock is not very large but  we have a very nice selection to  choose from ytt; so don't delay  if you are  in  need of   a Suit  1  1  1!  Wm  THOMAS LAWSON, Umited  Beef Scraps    501b.  ,,   $2.50  1001b. ���   $4.75  >���      ����  Clam Shell     1001b.  ���   $3.00  Crystal Grit   1001b.  ,,   $3.00  Chick Food    1001b.  ,,   $5.00  B1BBYS CREAM  EQUIVALENT  FOR THE CALVES  Per   501b. sack  .,   1001b.   ���  $2.75  $5.25  The McKenzie Co., LdL  (WANTED! )  2 Genu per word, first insertion and  1 Cant par word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ants.  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE  .   Apply Cather.   'Phone 134.  22tl  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holstein Bull, at Harries*  Hawkesdale Ranch.   Apply  E.  Marvin,  Manager. , lOtf  FOR SALE  Horse, buggy, and harness.   Price $175.  Apply P.O. Bo. 12. IStf  ��.        FOR RENT  10 acres improved land with water, at  Rutland.    Apply Robert Hughes. Box 82,  Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C.  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian Fruit Lands Co.  Ltd., having completed construction work  have for sale a number of teams and single horses of all grades, at very reasonable  prices. Also aeveral sets of good work  harness.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  FOR SALE  Cheap, one   bay   pony mare.   May be  ridden or driven.   Apply Box 132.    2ltf  FOR SALE  Young Piga ; registered Berkshire first,  claaa breeding stock ; alao Eggs for hatching-Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, r.-c.  Rhode Island Reds, r.-c. Brown Leghorns.  Apply J. Bateman, Vernon Road, Kelow-  ns. 22tf  FOR SALE  20 seres fine fruit and hay land, six  miles from Kelowna on Vernon road ; alto  7.roomed house and two fine building lots  on Wilson avenue. All at very attractive  figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lakeview  Hotel. 23il  FOR SALE  This is for a bargain-hunter. 20 acres,  all under cultivation. 700 two.year-old  trees, house, good water, 6ic. Price $375  per acre. Will take lots or city property  as pait payment for quick sale. For particulars write to Box D," Kelowna Record."  _    24if  TENDERS WANTED  To put up 60 tons hay. Could arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling. O.  A. Pease, Creekaide, Kelowna. 25tf  WANTED  Aporentice for sewing. Apply Mra, Far-  mil, Ellis St. S. 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball bearing  bicvele wheels, and single aet driving harness in first.clasa condition.   English  saddle and bridle. Apply P.O. Box 251.   25tf  WANTED  Cheap horse, suitable for farm work.  Address Box I, Wilson Landing.  FOR SALE  Good brooder, cheap.    C. H. Leathley,  Rutland. x  FOR SALE  Canadian   Swenson   stump-puller,   full  equipment, cheap   for  cash ;    also  good  work horse, 1,500 lbs.    Heavy team harness.    Norman Day, Kelowna. 27-9  FURNISHED BEDROOM  for one or two gentlemen. Good locality.  Telephone. Apply Box J, Kelowna Record  FOR SALE  Yearling barred rock hens. Good laying  strain.   Apply C. H. Leathley, Rutland,   x  /PASTURE  A limited number of  horses  or  cows  taken at T. C. Kerr's ranch.    Good  feed  and water.   A. Lance. 28-0  FOR SALE  Driving horae, buggy and harness.   All  in perfect condition.   Box 448 x  WANTED  Furnished   House,   for   two   or   three  months.   Apply at Richmond's Store.   .__ 28-31  FOR SALE  Good team and set  of  double harness,  cheep.   Apply Richmond's Store.       28-1  IN POUND  Bay mare, two-year-old, three while  feet, whit* Star on forehead, no brand,  wire cut oa neck, left side. If not claimed  within 15 days will tn sold. Cal. Blackwood, Poundkeeper. 28  FOR SALE  Driving outfit; bay mare, good fast driver, about 900 lbs, top buggv and harness.  In first-class condition.   Apply H. E. J.  Amyot, Rutland. 29-0  KOOMS.TO LET  Furnished bedrooms, close in.   Apply  Ceo. McCurdy, Eli Avenue. 29tf  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE  at Mission Ranch.   Apply R. S. Hall.  29tf  WANTED  A housekeeper for two men.    Must be  good plain cook.  P.O. Box 435, Kelowna.  29-1  FOR RENT  Two very desirable single rooms down  Crowley Block  down.   Apply H. J. Williams, Room 8,  :k. 29  STENOGRAPHY AND BOOKKF��PliN.G  Advertiser is prepared to attend at busi ���  ness or other houses when required.   Address Timbers, Box T. Kelowna Record.  29  SPRING PIGS FOR SALE  Apply M. Hereron, Kelowna, B.C.  29tf  WOULD EXCHANGE  One acre in  North Vancouver, worth  $2,000,  for Kelowna acreage, close  in.  Apply Box S. Kelowna Record. 29  The Wise Housewife  will have her blanket* waah.  ed at lhe Kelowna Steam  Laundry hefore putting them  away. Those who have  already   tried   lay our work  Is Just Lovely  'Phone 159  ICE  Wholesale or retail delivered to any part  of the city  at the aame old pricea.  Apply to H. B. BURTCH  or 'phone 33C4

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