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 T5  Victoria, B.C.  ifetatotm Uctovb  liCrOVMa^v  MMX  =*=**  VOL. XII.  NO./,/!/  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY.  t a.a.11 i a j-kJ-Aoaaawv.  jWf*8t*Wif*'  1920.���4 PAGES  $1.30 Per Annum  Municipal Salary list  Revised by Council  Mayor to Take Up Local Mat-  ten at Victoria���School  Sanitation Discussed  j- Owing to the intended departure  |af Mayor Sutherland for the coast  Monday ��� the regular fortnightly  meeting of the city council waa  *ield last Friday.- Aid. j. a  Knowles, who had been absent  when the new council was sworn  in at the laat meeting, took the  customary oath of office, and resumed his aeat atthe table which  he is now occupying for the third  year in succession. The other  members preaent besidea the Mayer were Ald.Rattenbury.Shepherd,  'and Meikle.   .  lt was decided to take advantage  of Mayor Sutherland's trip to the  coast to have him pay a visit to  Victoria and there take up personally with membera of the government many matters of importance  to the city, more particularly proposed amendments to the Municipal Act, renewal of the foreshore  lease to the Kelowna Growers' Exchange, and the Better Housing  scheme.  Revision-of the salary list waa  one of the matter on the agenda,  and after some discussion the following schedule was agreed upon:  /Assessor end collector, $130 per  month, stenographer, $80, junior  clerk, $65, police magistrate, $75,  fire truck driver, $110, public  works and water works foreman,  $135, sewer foreman, $135, parks  and cemetery caretaker, $110.  The power house staff were to be  paid in accordance with the scale  fixed by their union.  Several applications had been  received tor the position of junior  clerk, but the salary having been  fixed as above, the appointment  was left with the city clerk. The  appointment of S lineman was left  with the Light and Water com.  mittee.  A notification was received from  the Bank of Montreal that tha city's  application for a credit of $65,000  against arrears end current taxes  |) had been granted, advances to  bear 6 per cent, interest.  Aid, Meikle leported  that the  Public Works committee was mak-  l.ig some necessary repairs to   the  , streets and aidewalks on the north  side of the city.  Aid. Knowlea mentioned that  the pruning of the city trees would  becommenced in a few days.  The sitting of the municipal  Court of Revision was fixed for  Monday, February 9th at-10 a.m.,  when complaints would be heard  against the assessment.  A letter from the local I.O.D.E.  was read in reference to the sanitary arrangements at the .public  school. Enclosed with the. letter  were a number of suggestions  made by Mr. J. Galbraith for the  improvement of existing conditions  and an estimate of. the probable  cost of same. Mr. Galbraith'a suggestion wss to instal underground  sSptic tanks, the effluent to be  pumped along a pipe to this city  sewersge system. The cost, it was  stated, would be about $2051. An  additional expenditure, of $1200  would be required to replace the  existing out-of-date water closets  whioh were of a type long ago  condemned.  The matter was laid aside for  further consideration.  Will Build 500 New  Refrigerator Cart  General gratification was .expressed by the members of the  Western Canada Fruit Jobbers'  Association at the announcement  by D. C. Coleman, vice-president  of western lines of the C.P.R., that  . the railroad was building 500 new  refrigerator cars at a coat of about  $1,500,000 to be used in removing  Britiah Columbia'* fruit crops next  season.  The Women's Auxiliary of St.  Michael's Church are holding a  musical and dramatic entertainment on Monday, February I Oth,  in the Morrison Hall.  Kelowna Woo Third of  Seed Fair Prize loney  Local Growers Gain Good  Name for District With  Fine Exhibit  The few-Kelowna citizens who  were able to attend tbe Provincial  Seed Fair at Kamloops report thst  it wss a great success and that it  will help to increase the interest in  British Columbia's youngest agricultural industry.  The Okanagan in general and  Kelowna in particular was to the  fore and quoting from the Kamloops Telegram: "The feature of  the exhibition was the district exhibit of seeds staged by Kelowna.  This was a wonderfully fine display, and demonstrated the possibilities of seed production in the  dry belt. The base of the exhibit  was corn from Bankhead Orchards,  where great progress has been'  made in seed culture."  Thst this diatrict gave a good  account of itself is shown by the  fact thst out of the total prize  money of $458 awarded, Kelowna  entries brough back $145.  Mr. W. R. Laws who took the  district exhibit to Kamloops and  staged it, is to be congratulated  upon the successful outcome, and  the material for the exhibit was  supplied in seeds, grains and potatoea by the following ranchers:  S. Coxworth, 10; A. E. Harrison,  2; W. Lanadown. 7; W. W. Crum-  mett, I; Frank Grummett, 2; C. E.  Weeks. 4; G. Monford, 4 ; G. D.  Cameron, 2 ; J, Laidlaw, I ; C. H.  Bond, 3; E. Farris,.l ; F. Royle. 3;  S. T. Elliott, I ; W. R. Craig, I i  Casorso Bros., I; A. Casorso, 2;  A. W. Cooke, 1 ; L. Dilworth, 2;  W.R. Laws, 2; Bankhead, 7; L.  E. Taylor, I; Kelowna Seed Growers, 2; W. Price, I; D. Gellatly &  Sons, 3: Mr. Austin's High School  class, sheaves of. grain,  Theae exhibits have been shipped back by freight to Kelowna,  and will be left with Mr. T. M.  Anderson (Horticultural Office)  fully labelled (or the owners to  call for them.  Fourth Session of Prov.  Legislature Opened  Important New Measures Are  Foreshadowed in Speech  From Throne  His Honor Lieut-Governor E.  Prior opened the fourth session of  the fourteenth legislature of B.C.  with due ceremony last Thursday  afternoon. The occasion was in  rather marked contrast to the  opening last yeer, when all forma  lilies were dispensed with owing  to the then recent death of thi  king's son, Prince John. tThere  was a guard of .honor furnished  by the Fifth Regiment, with which  Col. Prior was long associated.  The officers of the army and navy  located in the city were also preaent, while the chamber waa well  filled with ladies and prominent  citizens. The number of members  in their seats was rather less than  usual, owing to many of them having missed train connections on  the mainland.  The speech from the throne was  a lengthy document, foreshadowing a considerable programme of  legislation for the aesaion. It referred to the recent visits of the  Prince of Wales, the Governor-  General, Admiral Jellicoe, and the  United Statea Secretary for War.  A measure dealing with the irrigation question, an amendment to  the Highway Act and to the Land  Settlement Act, an Act providing  for the establishment of a school  for sub-normal boys, amendments  to the Prohibition Act, the Land  Registry Act, the Game Act, and  the Motor Vehicles Act, are all to  be considered during the preaent  aession.  GW.V.A.Notes  A public meeting will be held  at the GW.V.A. club on Tuesday,  he I Oth instant at 8 p.m., and  everyone intereated in the co-operative movement ia specially invited  to attend. It is intended to proceed at once with the formation of  a co-operative store on the same  lines as those now successfully  being operated in other parts of  the valley. By-laws will be submitted and directors nominated.   .  At the close of our last meeting  Professor G. W. H. Reed, one of  our members, gave an exhibition  of hypnotism. Several members  volunteered as subjects and provided much entertainment. Pro.  feasor Reed was a member of the,  Maple Leaf Concert Patty in France  and Belgium, and holds numerous  testimonials. It is our intention to  engsge the theatre at at early date'  Kelowna audience.  member of the association.  All blankets ordered have now  arrived, and 100 more are being  ordered.  The term of office of all officer*,  oi the association expires at the  end of this month, snd nominations  for same must be posted not later  than the 21st instant.  A re-union of the boys of the  172nd was held this week at Kamloops, and about a dozen of the  local veterans went up to take  part.  The dance held last Friday at;  Ellison drew a' good crowd of  people and a sum of $54 waa realized towarda lighting- the schoolroom, &c  All paths lead to the Women's  Institute rooms on Saturday, to the  "shower" 1ft aid of the hospital.  Any gift will ba acceptable.  Death of Liberal Whip  Frank H. Mobley, Liberal member for Atlin and government whip  died Tueaday morning at Victoria  where he had gone to attend the  aession of the provincial House.  He. had been confined to his room  with influenza but other complications aet in causing his death.  Mr Mobley waa .50 years of age,  and had lived practically all hia  life on the western frontier, He  was in business at Atlin and Prince  Rupert. !  Out of respect for his memory  the Houae adjourned its aeaaion  on Tuesday afternoon.  A new Anglican church is to be  erected at Penticton.  The Salvation Army ia holding  a special service on Wednesday,  February I Ith, si 8 p.m., when  Staff-Captain Havkirk, of Vancouver, is to speak.  The members of the K. A. A. C  desire to heartily thank all who  helped to make their dance such  a success, especially the ladies who  helped so liberally with the refreshments. The attendance this  year wss not up to that of laat, but  nd introduce Professor Reed tea '" ?*ho "ended ,Pe,k ��* ,n ��  ceptionally pleasant evening.  Mr. R. E. Denison wss appoint.!, T.h�� ���?"���'"�� ����� ��.he,{"���"  ed honorary auditor to the ET.sk fc? Sftft- "IT  G.W.V.A. and elected an honorary1 f le"��n ,,h" ,,..w'11 fc ,,?,po,?U?  for the University to hold an Agri.  cultural Extension Course in Kelowna this year, as their work  already entails holding eleven  extension schools, but thst he will  be glad to place Kslowna near  the head of the list for next year.  , After failing at the regular municipal elections to find any candidates at all for municipal office,  Vernon has a new election arranged for Friday in which three candidates for mayor appear, seven for  aldermen, and three for police  commissioners. Messrs. S. A.  Shatford, F. B. Coasitt and Ray.  mond Fitzmuurice are the candidates for the mayoralty. .  ��- The funeral takes place today of  Mra. G. F. Coventry of Rutland,  Who passed away Sunday laat after  * long illness. Mr. and Mra. Coventry came here from the prairie about  six years ago. Deceased who waa  only forty years of age, leavea her  husband with a family of four  young children.  Local Hospital Has  Made Much Progress  Is Now One of Best Equipped  in Province���Finances  in Good Shape  The annual meeting of the Hospital Society, which was held on  Friday laat, showed that in spite  ef increased cost of operation due  to high sslsries and high pricea,  the finances of the Hospitsl were  in good shape showing a surplus  of nearly $100 in place of last  year's deficit of $208.  '��� President DuMoulin in hia report made aome interesting comparisons with last year'a business  and went fully into the causes of  the increased cost which had raised the per capita coat from $3 33  to $3.55. Notwithstanding this the  rates had not been raised.  A new kitchen range had been  installed with ventilating shaft, and  an ironer for the laundry. The  Ladies' Aid had also put in an  oxygen tank at a coat of $196.50,  and also a new sink, beaidea their  regular donations for 1919. He  wished to express alao the thanks  of the directors to Messrs. Braden,  Ball and Willita for their efforta  during the drive, which had enabled the hospital to install an X-ray  plant aecond to none in the province. The Ladiea' Aid had been  moat liberal in their donationa and  it was largely owing to them that  the hoapital waa in auch good  financial standing. The thanks of  the society were also due to the  auditors who had done their work  free ol charge, to Mr. Ballard for  allowing the uae of a room for  meetinga and to the staff for their  untiring and efficient services.  A vote of thanks waa also passed  to the president for the able manner in which he had fulfilled tbe  duties of his office during the yesr.  In accordance with the plan  arranged at last year'a meeting, the  fifteen directora are now elected  for a term of three years, five to  retire annually. To fill the vacancies created this year the following  were nominated: Mesdames Calder  and Cameron, and Messrs. R. E.  Denison, D. D. Campbell and P.  DuMoulin.  Referring to the recent drive for  funds, Mr. Ball pointed out that  nearly the whole amount had been  consumed by the X-ray plant. He  suggested that a special effort  might be made thia year to achieve  one of the other objectives, viz., a  nurses' home, of which there was  great need.  A new draft ef the by-laws  which had, been prepared was submitted to the meeting and passed.  It wss mentioned that during the  year the local hospitsl had joined  the B.C. Association of Hospitala  which had been established to secure greater uniformity and for  mutual assistance.  Compensation Issue  Is Dead  No new commission will be ap*  pointed by the provincial government to re-open the queation of  compensation to which former  licensees under the liquor laws of  1910 snd 1911 allege they are  entitled. This is the decision reached by the Oliver cabinet after careful consideration ,o( a lengthy  memorandum submitted to the  premier by the Attorney-General.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Pedlar, formerly  of Kelowna, but now in Toronto,  announce the birth of a son on  January 18th.  The masquerade, ball on Valentine's eve promises to be the big  event of the season. The ladiea  who are arranging this are sparing  neither trouble nor. ezpenae to  make it a grand aucceas. and five  prizes are' being Affered. The)  will be on view in Willits' window.  The dance programme will be  rather unique. It is desired that  ill should come and enjoy themselves)' and also help the hoapital.  The Fprizes are : lor best' fancy  lady'a costume; best fancy gent 'a  costume ; best lady's comic costume; best gent.'s comic costume;  best couple, either in fancy or comic costume.  Fanners Enthusiastic  Over Organization  B.C. May Follow in Footsteps  of Ontario- Have Been Too  Long in Background  The various local branchea of  the United Farmers oi B.C., met  in convention yesterday in the  Board of Trade room for the pur-  pose of forming a diatrict local.  There waa a large attendance, visitors being present from every district and aa far north as Woods  Lake.  The principal speakers were R.  A. Copeland, head ot the provincial United Farmers organization,  and president Howe of the Vernon  local.  Mr. Howe was the first to address the meeting. He was very  enthusiastic over the need of farmers organizing. Ihe farmer had  been too long left in the background  He had been content to plod  along in his own businesa and  leave the management of affairs to  others, and they had certainty  picked hia bones clean. Now that  he was coming to the front, people were aaking what was the matter with him, why didn't he atay  quiet)  Politicians, said Mr. Howe, had  been in the habit of making all  kinds of promises of good roads  and other things to the farmer,  but had seldom fulfilled them. He  had been taxed hard enough, but  no one knew where the money  had. gone to.  The agricultural implement makers, the big packers and other large  corporations had got the farmer  by the throat and could do as they  liked with him.  The farmer had been looked upon  more or less as a "hayseed" without ability to enter into national  affairs, but they Were now going  to do tliisigs. Too many people  had been taking big profits for  handling the farmers' produce, and  it was time .that they got together  in order to aee that they received  what was coming to them. If the  farmera did not ho one else would.  Mr. Copeland was suffering from  a severe cold, and had aome difficulty of utterance, but managed to  deliver an addreas which waa much  appreciated. He was firm in his  stand that the farmera ahould organize in their own intereet and  independent of all political affiliations. Also if any aid was forthcoming from the provincial government it ahould be entirely free from  strings. The United Farmera of  B.C., although a young body, had  already achieved.much, but there  were atill many grievancea and injustices to be fought. He did not  blame the governments for they  were only what the people made  them.  The directora of the United Farmers had never so far, he aaid, dis.  cussed politics, but, he added, they  might be forced into it if they  could not get what they were after.  He complimented the local farmers on their efforts to. raise the  price of tomatoes. Too long, he  aaid, farmers had been content to  hand their produce to men who  amoked fat cigars snd rode around  in automobiles.  The interest taken in the United  Farmers Movement was beyond  all conception. Laat vear only 500  were numbered amongst its members, now there were over' 4,000.  He himself had aasisted during (he  past few monts in the organisation  of over 40 locals. The farmera,  he contended, ahould all be united under one head, although  there were certain organizationa  auch aa the Fruitgrowers' Association, the Dairymen and Stockbreeders, who were doing valuable  specialized work. They could atill  retain their identity while belonging to to the one big body of farmers, which could apeak with one  voice on matters pertaining to their  own affairs.  He told of a visit he had made  recently to a farmers' convention  at Calgary, where he had been  deeplv impressed with the enthusiasm shown and the ability of msny  of the speakers.  It waa later unanimoualy decided  to organize a district local on the  lines suggested, embracing all the  locale of the South Okanagan riding.    W. Price waa elected   pr��si  Agricultural Assn. Will  Appoint Manager  To Devote Whole T me For  Few Months to Making Fall  Fair Successful  The Agricultural Association's .  annual meeting waa held laat Saturday afternoon, and "apparently  held out very little attraction for  the general public, for it was with  difficulty thst a quorum waa secured to do business. Finally, however, this was achieved, and the  meeting called to order bv the  faithful and energetic preaident,  Mr. E. R. Bailey.  In his opening address Mr. Bailey deeply regretted that not more  general interest waa taken in a  society which waa of the greatest  importance 'to the welfare of the  diatrict. The financial result had  been very satisfactory, as the statement showed, a little having been  added to the aurplus as well as to  the value of the prizes. It was in  respect of entries that the chief  cause for disaatisfaction arose, the  farmera pleading that they had  not time to bring ezhibita in. It  aeemed as though the only way to  get entries and to make the fair  the auCceaa it should be in a district like this was to go after them  personally, and it has been sug-  gestecUtbat a manager should be  engaged for two or three months  before the show to work i- up.  This matter would be open for  discussion.  The auditors' report and financial  statement showed the finances to  be in a very satisfactory state and  steadily improving each year. A  question arose, however, rs to the  title to ownership in the buildings,  the leaae of the site which was the  property of the city having expired.  It was decided to appoint a committee ot directors to investigate  the matter. .  In" discussing the proposal to  employ a manager it waa found to  meet with general approval. Indeed  it was recognized as really, the  only way to get a aatisfactory exhibit together, and to have a fair  which would adequately represent  such a great farming diatrict. It  waa pointed out that auch a manager could also aecure membera,  the list of which should be much  larger.  By a unanimous vote the directors were authorized to aecure a  manager in time to make all arrangements for the coming fair.  To the directors was also left a  suggestion made by Mrs. Cartridge  that the board instead of handing  over the ladies' departments to the  Women's Institute, ahould appoint  a general advisory board of local  ladies to handle that branch of the  exhibition.  The great assistance rendered  by the ladies in past yeara �� aa recognized by a hearty vote of thanks  as also waa the help given in the  fruit section by Mr. H. V. Chaplin.  A popular suggestion, carried  with great enthusiasm, waa that  the president, Mr. Bailey, be made  life member, in recognition of  his many years of faithful service.  The new directors appointed  were Messrs. Bailey, Bowes, Dilworth, Pridham, Week's, Cushing,  R. Smith, P. Casorso, Elliott, Buck-  land, Hereron,. Martv, Spall and  General Herman.  as vice president, and T. Maxwell  secretary-treasurer. The directorate it was agreed would consist of  a representative from each local  included in this district organization.  Mr. W. Pryce was also elected a  director to the central convention  to be held shortly at the const.  Capt Mutrie, of tke Okanagan United  Growera, of Vernon, who waa shortly to  be present at a convention at Ottawa,  called to fix standard gradee for onions  and potatoes, took advantage of the meeting to get an expression of opinion from  the growers regarding this matter for hie  guidance. He spoke at aome length pointing out the advantages to be gained from  a proper system of grading both for the  grower and ahipper.  Mr. Mutrie'e suggestion wee that a two-  inch onion waa about the right size lo fix  aa e minimnm for No. 1. In discussion, -  however, many speaker* thought thie waa  too large for thia district, and would involve too much waste). Finally a resolution wea paaaed that one and a half inches .be recommended. The mzeofpotatoee  preeented more difficulty, and although  two inchea wee finally fixed upon sen  minimum,  it  wae  felt  that quality had  more to do witl. the grading  ot  potatoes  dent, with Mr, Coe of Wooda Lake | than siie. 1aGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECOBB  Thttfst-lisy, February 5. J92Q  Crook's Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When lunchlnc makes seeing  painful yon will find great  comfoit by wearing n pail* of  hI..khcs ground from Sir William Crook's patented ������l.t:!'..  The shade ift so light that the  vision is little impaired yet  they are most restful to the  eyes.  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowiitt,  British Cohimbu.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist       Kelowna  (liSIWuD  JOHN  T.tfATHLEY  HVHtor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  RATKm  ll.f.0    per    vmr,    7fto.,    tit    month*    tlniUd  ^���UiU- HO MDt* Additional.  ^itliHi'riberi at the rerular ra*e ou have  extra DAiKM-g mailed to friends at n diataBc*  -I   mil-   RATE,  i.e.. 7ft cents per vear.  This   H[N>cin)   iiriviloae    is    sranted   lot    tbe  rtUTIHiM ol  ad vert iilntr *he ritv  <uid district.  All eubecrlDtiou MrsbU In advance  ADVERTISING   RATES  LODUB  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC.. ..ft  rente mi  column inoh Der week.  i.AM) AND TIMRER NOTICES-SO davs. IA*  fill  tlnve IT.  tVATBR  NOTICES�����  (cr  live  itwertioiu.  UEGA1. ADVEUTISINO-First Insertlun. W  ���viiiH uer line; earh sabseauent lusertlon K  oents ner line.  ilSi'l.AY MWKRTISEMBNTS- Iwo inches  and under. (IO ceots ner Inoh lirst inner Hon  over two Ini'bnH 40 cente imr inch (iret U>-  Urtlon; 20 enntts mr inch "ni-h lubeemient  Inssrtlon.  'I.ASSIKIKIl ADVERTISEMENTS -% OSOtl  iter word Ilret ineertion. 1 eent Der word  BOOh nubs-eiiuent ineertion.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  ���THE���  Veteran Meat Market  Have a fine display of Local Lamb this  week and   t'.e   quality   is   undeniable.  My special prices are as follows:  FRIDAY &  SATURDAY  Leg Lamb     - -    35c  Loin Lamb    - -    30c  Fore quarter Lamb-  Ste  20c  Sausages and   Tripe  a specialty.  Oilier meats as usual.  Phone 163  Cash and carry  Word & Baldock  CON I'RAC fORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by''Wolf/'   Feb. 3rd, 1920  ORDERS by Command for week  ending Februaiy 12ih, 1920.  DU 11ES: Orderly patrol for week  Eagles, and also for the week following; next for duty, the Otters.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade,at the club room on  Tuesday February lOih at 7.15  p ui and the bugle band at the fire  hall on Thursday, February 12th  at 7.30 p.m. Basket-ball practices  will be at the exhibition building  on Friday the 6th at 7.15 for two's  and three's and at 8.15 for one's,  and on Wednesday the I Ith for  two's und three's.  There is a disposition al lhe pie-  sent time to accept as a truism the  oft-repeated statement that mil of  the turmoil and upheaval ot the  war has arisen a new national  spirit��� an awakened national consciousness and a new sense of  individual responsibility ���in short,  the beginning of a new era. Whether this is so or not, time alone  will show. j here has undoubted'  ly been a shake up in many of our  old institutions, which have been  stimulated into new activity. Not  the least of these ore the churches  of almost all denominations, und  the new Forward Movement with  its ambitious spiritual and financial objectives is an expression of  lhe desire of the churches to measure up to new standards and to  guide the evident social unrest  int > right channels.  Though a simultaneous effort is  b*Mng made by the Anglican, Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and  Congregational churches, each denomination has its own particular  purposes and is conducting an individual campaign. Each contemplates not only a revival of interest  and increase of efficiency in established centres, but a great expansion of activity in the home mission  work and also in the foreign field,  In addition to its spiii'ual aims the  movement has also a financial  purpose, money being necessarily  needed to carry out the planned  extensions. From the 9th lo the  14th of this month is the "financial week," nnd a careful canvass  will be made then to secure the  amounts needed.  Rutland News  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.     P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Polislun; & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey   Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  1 he R A.C. concert arranged for  Thursday, February I9lh, has.been  postponed to Wednesday February  25th.  Members of lhe Women's Institute are asked to remember the  monthly meeting on Thursday,  February 12th, commencing at 3  o'clock. 1 he secretary, will be in  attendance before the meeting  opens to receive the membership  fees of these .vho wish the privilege  of voting on any subject that may  arise. Mrs. MacLachlan, the pro  vincial secretary of Women's Insti  tutes is expected shortly from  Victoria to address the Institute,  but it is.not certain whether she  will arrive in lime for the regular  meeting.  in connection with the Women's  Institute and Rutland Rustlers a  a new enterprise has been started  in the form of a needlework and  dress-making class. It meets in  one of the school class rooms on  Wednesday afternoons at 3.30  o'clock and, all members of either  organizations will be . welcomed  Particulars may be obt.lined from  Mrs. Logan or Miss Bruce.  The United Farmers held their  regulai meeting on Mondav, February 2nd The secretary of the  R.A.C. laid before the meeting the  proposed plan of building a public  hall and gymnasium, and it was  decided to appoint a committee to  act with therin on the Bcherne. A  delegation from Ellison was present to reopen the question of  formi.ng a joint municipality and  a commiltee was formed to gather  data.  Mr. and Mrs. M^nev enteitained  a party of about thirty young people a few evenings ago at their  home. Esch of the guests came  dressed to represent the title of a  book, and much amusement was  derived from the attempts to guess  what tiiIt: was intended, a.prize  being given for the most solutions.  Several other novel nnd amusing  games and musical items added  to the evening's enjoyment, ���  On Tuesday last at our regular  meeting we were given a lecture  upon the subject of field sketching  and map reading by Colonel Belson.  We are very grateful to Colonel  Belson for his kindness to the troop  in this connection Bnd it is wilh  the greatest of pleasure that, we  learn that he has suggested giving  us lectures at different meetings  upon this interesting subject. With  Colonel Belsou's kind assistance in  this way, scouts ought to have no  trouble in passing that part of the  first class badge which includes  this subject.  a e'  ��  With regard to sport, and basketball in particular, as we mentioned  in our last column, we wrote Summerland giving them the earliest  date on which we could play and  suggesting they bring up a hockey  team to contend with us. The  following article appears in their  column in this regard :���  "Last Fridav night there was a  very substantial turnout in the  Parish Hall. After the roll had  beon called and fees collected, a  letter was read from the Kelowna  Troop re basket-ball. The first  chance the Kelowna boya wjll have  of giving us a game is February  27th, so that date has been fixed  on  Another suggestion was made  that we send up a hockey team  some Saturday morning and play  a game in Kelowna, as both troops  are quite interested in that sport  as well as basket-ball. No doubt  this can be arranged, but it will  need to be soon, for fear of the  warm weather coming.  We do not think there is much  doubt but that there will be another  cold spell before we bid the winter  adieu, so that chances seem strongly in favor of our suggestion being  carried out.  a .  ��  At the eprliest date convenient  to the ��coutmo8ler on his return to  town, a Court of Honour will be  held for the purpose of finding  what scouts have failed to come  up to the necessary "requirements  and their reasons for not doing so.  The iroop will be given full notice  of this in the column next week  and at our meeting next Tuesday.  Correspondence  Reader, srs reminded thst opinions expressed  in letter, inserted under this heeding sre not ne*  ce.Htily endorsed by us. Letters should be sebnef  a. possible snd to the point.  The Editor,  Kelowna Recotd.  Sir: May 1 make use of your  columns to call attention to a matter  affecting the convenience of the  public���the necessity lor providing a public lavatoiy in Kelowna?  At present the only available  accommodation of the kind is that  afforded by the hotels, which ia,  however, unfair to the proprietor..,  it being clearly the duty of the  Coiporation lo make due provision.  The initial cost and maintenance  should not be a heavy item and I  trust our city fathers will take the  matter up and see that something  is done in this direction.  Yours etc.,  W. H. BEWLAY  must be bigger and better than list  year. We can only do thii by  going at the thing whole-heartedly  as individuals and as a troop. The  theatre this year will also be more  than twice as big as last year, having a seating capacity somewhere  in the neighborhood of 750. Wo  understood the scoutmaster is  choosing a number of .songs (rom  which the ones to be Jurig at the  concert will be chosen. We wil1,  however, have something definite  to report on the return of the scoutmaster.  s  E  R  y  I  c  E  THE  OIL  CALL AROUND   ACCESSORIES  Vulcanizing  Goodyear Tires  Battery Service  Gasoline & Oils  S  E  R  V  I  C  E  Buy "Made in Canada" goods  Professional Cards  BURNE J*- sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries' Public,  C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne,  KELOWNA  B.C.   R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  FREE AIR DAY ot NIGHT  SERVICE  Comer Tel .  Lawrence Arena.       J.   W.  B.  BROWNE. Prep. Div *7  Pendozi Street Night 47  ^>^/s^VN^s^v.^/^>^>i��^^sys*^vvw.,w��....��.*vv,��^%*sT^eiw^^  KELOWNA,  B.C.  In connection with our annual  concert and entertainment, during  the last few ' weeks .oui regular  meetings have included exercises  in tumbling and upon the parallel  bars. Beyond this we have done  nothing in the way of rehearsal.  With the coming of spring or the  ending of the winter, we have been  accustomed to commence rehearsal in a general way. We have  number of sketches before us, but  have not yet definitely decided  which one to put before the public.  We shall have to decide thiB and  commence practices in the near  future. Our concert'this year if it  is to be the success we hope it w  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��c BUILDER;  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Oui.Sce.-CE,  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surneyor  Surveys snd Report, on Irrigation Work.  Applications foi Wstsi Licsnsss  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 Vcrnoi)i B c<  Residence       i IJ  Calls left with Dr. ]. E. Wright, Dentiat,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block     -     Kelowna  Phone 327  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining'-rights of the Dominion  :.i Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leas-  e<3 for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $J an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acreB 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 diu'rlct In  which the rights applied for are .situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |5, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, 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 muat  be described by sections or legal subdivisions ol sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked  out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  Furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tli& full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh 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 -Cull Information applioation  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department; of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  w. w. ooav.  HERGA AMBLER soVr��r  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira -  Phones i Business 164; Reaidence 91  P.O. Bbx 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes Forming (or the New Yeer  Phone for an appointment  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna price*: No. 1 - 70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 68c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  SEEDS!    SEEDS!  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed thii year  Direct (rom Producer*  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvert.  Finest quality atock  CORN-rNorth Western Dent  , Our superb silage variety  ^^*wmwss^ws.^i  Write (or our complete Catalogue and  Price Liat of FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our price* will intereit you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd,  58, MAIN STREET. PENTICTON. B.C. .,  High-class Portmttum  - ���*���,...  Landscape Work Amatenr Finishing  Enlarging  Coll and ut us to our new studio  PICTURE FRAMING  McEwan,  the Photographer iThuraday, February 5,1920  KELOWNA  EECOM  P.\GE THREE  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  Leather Cuffs, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks    Suitcases    Club Bags  We have an excellent range of theae goods at all pricea  Cutters and Sleighs tnrtatl!,�� "'100!*��e3  W. R, GLENN & SON  Pendoii Street Phone 150  Printed Butter Wrappers  Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run," can be obtained  at this office at the following price*:  '   tOO, f I SO t 200, $2: SOO, $350;  1000, $5.25  The Kelowna Record Phone 94  ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  =                                           '  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's ,  supply of  COAL COAL  Mr, and Mrt. McEachem were  pattcngert to Vancouver yeaterday,  Mra. Emaley left Tueaday on a  viait to Enderby.  W. E. Adams ia a viaitor to the  coast this week.  T. G. Speer waa a paasenger thia  morning for Halcyon, where he  will apend a few weeka. _  Mits Ruth White went up to  Vernon thit morning.  Mn. Flower it * vititor to Victoria thi* week.  Mr. and Mrt. L Hayea returned  Thursday latt from a holiday spent  in California.  Mist Locke, who hat been atay  ing for tome time with her aunt,  Mrt. Fumerton, left Monday for  her home at Vancouver.  Mayor Sutherland wat a patten,  ger Monday to the coatt.  Mr. and Mrt. A. R. Lord went  down to Vancouver yetteiday for  a thort vitit.-  Manager H. F. Reet of the Royal  Bank waa amongtt the delegatet  leaving Tuetday to attend the  Board of Trade convention in  Vancouver.  There will be a meeting in the  Board of Trade rooma Monday  evening February 9th at 8 p.sn. to  form a Bee-keepers' Attociation  for Kelowna and diitrict. All  interetted are urged to attend.  Charlie Edwarda, an Indian and  ��� returned soldier from the head  of the lake, got into the handa of  the law laat Saturday. Charlie, not-  withatanding hit patriotic services,  hat the reputation of being a bad  actor, and he generally doet his  bett to live up to it. He hat frequently been in trouble. He wat  down at Westbank laat week, and  fopthreatening some of the peaceful inhabitants of the reterve with  a gun he wat arretted and haled  before Magistrate Weddell. Taking into account hia previous bad  conduct he waa fined (50 and  cottt or three montht, and left for  Oakalla yetterday.  Mra. G. W. Cunningham waa a  passenger lo Vancouver last weekend. She was accompanied by  her ton and daughter.  The regular meeting of the Kelowna Women's Inttitute will be  held ir the Inttitute roomt on Saturday, February 7th at 3 p.m. and  will be followed by the thower for  the hotpital. Tea will be aerved  by the Ladiet' Hotpital Aid Society.  The wedding took place Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the  retidence of the officiating minister,  the Rev. E. D. Braden, of Alfred  Bouvette, ton of F. Bouvette of  Kelowna, to Mitt Blanche Ford of  Rutland.  . The aecretary of the Kelowna  Automobile and Good Roads Ai  sociation has received a letter from  Mr. W. K. Gwyer, district engineer,  stating that the balance of the roads  appropriation, a little over $1300,  will be all spent before the end. of  the year, March 31st. He alao  stated that the balance allocated  to this district under B.C. loan act  would be fully expended in completing work already started on  trunk roada.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  I.O.D.E, will meet on Thuraday,  February. I Oth at the home of Mra.  Byron MacDonald, at 3 p.m. The  business includes the election of  officers and a full attendance ia  requeated.  The Rutland Athletic Club it  holding a dance in the Rutland  tchoolhouae on Wednetday February I Ith, dancing to commence  at 9 p.m. Admission $ I including  tupper.  Mo'.or-truck will leave Archie  Johnton't barn at 8.30 p.m. Book  seats early, 75c. return.  THE INTER-CHURCH  FORWARD  MOVEMENT  >    ���,**  OF CANADA  A Dominion-wide movement having for its object the  better equipping of the Church, both spiritually and  financially, for the carrying on of the work of the  Kingdom of God in Canada and in the Mission Fields.  Closely co-operating in the campaign are the Anglican,  Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and Congregational  ��� '      Churches ���  The Financial Campaigri week is Feb. 9 to 14 inclusive  The Financial Objective of all the churches for Canada is $12,000,000.00  LOCAL OBJECTIVES are:  Anglican Church, $5,000  United Church, $4,000  Baptist Church (Objective and campaign to be arranged later.)  Rutland and Ellison Methodist, $800  Rutland and Benvoulin Presbyterian, $350  A canvasser from the church with which you are connected  will call on you.  Will YOU cam YOUR share ofthe burden?  Benvoulin Notes  Mits Enid Johnston of Vernon  it visiting Mr. and Mrs.DeMara.  Mr. Delbert Speera returned from  Vancouver last week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. DeMara motor  ed to Vernon on Saturday, return'  ing Monday.        *  Mrs. Johnston of Vernon who  has been visiting Mrs. D. McEachem for the past few weeks, retured  to her home on Thuraday last.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Benvoulin Auxiliary of tne  W.M.S. met at the home of Mrs. A.  Hardy on Wednesday.  Benvoulinites be sure to remember the social at the ranch of Mr,  E. A. 'Day on Thuraday evening,  February 12th. A hearty invitation  is extended to you to come and  have a good time.  At a special meeting of the Benvoulin United Farm Women held  at Mrs. L. Dilworth't on Tuetday,  the Rev, P. Connal gave a thort  address on "The Batic Principalt  of Co-operation."  Le*t you forget I���  GEO. LANE say*,  Let us -^   Overhaul your Tires and  Tubes.  We buy and tell  uaed ti rea  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave,, Kelowna  Already Talking  of Spring  and soon you will be making  preparations for it by discarding  yeur heavy footwear. Heavy or  tight, Dark has got a stock that  will leave you lots of room for  choice, and will suit both your  taste and your pocket. 1 shall  again specialize-in footwear for  the well-dressed young man.  Chas. Dark  TU Footwtar Wuard  DELGO  ��� * I  Lighting Plants  We have a plant to fit your job  f K.W. 32 volt*, 80 ampere battery  $635  i K.W". 32 volt*, 160 ampere battery $735  UP TO  3 K.W. I lOvolt, 160 ampere battery, equal to 8 h.p. $2275  Willard Service Station  Batteries for Sale        Battery Repairs  When you buy your new car, if equipped  with Williard, be sure and register here at  once and get the good of the 90 day absolute guarantee. If it is the battery's fault  it will happen within the 90 day*.  W. R. THOMSON  Phone 342  Lawrence Ave.     .   Between Pendozi and Ellis Streets  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Maret and Celdingt)  Age 4 to 8 year*. Weight 1200 to 1400 lb*.  For further information apply  '    G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or *t the office of Harvey, Duggan and Oavii.  Harness and Harness Repairs  That it our business and   we can  give you good aervice.   Call   '  and aee our new stock  of  Work Harnett.   It  it good value, i  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a atitch in time saves good money  to the wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS! AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE   REPAIRING.    We have jutt added a Shoe Repairing Depart.  ment, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to ui.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  WRIST WATCHES  ��� : T    "Tr  Are here to stay. The}) are useful and  ornamental.  Ihe lines wc carry are reliable, the Waltham and Elgin.  Our price is low, we incite catalogue comparison.  These high-class wrist Watches are convertible, they can be used with a gold bracelet,  reith the silk bracelet in different colors, or  with a leather strap.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW  MANAGER PA'JK TOOT  KBEOimX   iECOM  Thuraday, February 5,1920  SAY!!  Do you want a good time ?      If go, come to the  RUTLAND SCHOOLHOUSE  On Friday, February 20th, at 8 p.m.  nnd join in the  United Farmers'  Annual At Home and Dance  Tickets 50c  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  SATURDAY. FEBRUARY ,7  ROBERT WARWICK  in  "An Accidental  Honeymoon"  A young man atrikea bard luck and lots of ii, He is forced down in  the world until he almost despairs of ever being more than a tramp. One  day a beautiful girl stops her auto right in sight of him, and he receives  the most astonishing proposal imaginable. One must see thia picture to  appreciate the wonderful talent that goes towards the making of it.  Also a Chester Ouling and a Christie comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee 3.15 p.m., 10c and 25c  MONDAY AND TUESDAY  ���M  "5,000 an Hour  A Metro Super Production  Also Episode 8 of the Mystery  More mystic than ever this popular aerial promises to be.  Evening, 7.30 and 9  Admission 15c and 25c  WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY  WM. S. HART  "The Money Corral"  One of the best productions Hart has put out. It is a change from  the ordinary, although it carries the punch and the thrills that have made  a Hart production famous. In seeing this you will have no regrets. Also  a Lyona-Moran comedy entitled "Wives I Wives I" and Universal Screen  Magazine.  Evening, 7.30 and 9- Admission 20c and 35c  COMING EVENTS  "A D iy'-* Pleasure-";  Chntles Chaplin's  lalrst   milli* n   dollar  pi* tur'*, "B ick t*> G >cl's Cniiniry" ; "Aucl'Otl <>f Souls";  Prince's    'i.-il lo Canada.  Empress Theatre  Friday, one night only. February 6,1920  F. Ray Cometock and Morris Gest present  The Eminent English Actor  PERCY  HUTCHISON  I  And his entire London, Eng., Queen's Theat e Compy  The First All-English Company to visit Canada aince 1914, in  "The Luck of  the Navy"  By Clifford Mills  Exactly aa Played by Mr. Hutchison (or two yeara in London  And aa presented at a command performance before Her Majesty, Queen  Mary, and the Royal Family, for the British Naval Fund  ALL SEATS RESERVED  Dn S��lr at P. B. WILLITS & CO. ONLY-80c lo $2.20  Doors open at 8.    Curtain 8.30 prompt i  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116  Box 116  Opposite the C.P.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE  Willow Avenue 4-roomed Cottage  with half an acre of land, three  chicken houses, wood shed,  summer house, 4tc, artesian we  asparagus and rhubaib beds,  strawberries, other small fruits,  flower and rose bushes. I'ii  $2,500.  GLENN AVENUE - House, ten  rooms, steam heated, cement ce  lar, fully modern, garage, stable,  chicken house, wood shed, one  acre of land and twenty bearing  fruit trees.    Price $9,700, terms.  We also have a few good buys on  the K.LO. Bench  Full particulars at this office  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  6tl  or owner.  USED CARS. Ford with starter, $625.  Overland, $600. 1917 McLaughlin Six,  $1,080. All in good running order. On  terma.   M. A. Alsgard.  HAY FOR SALE.    Six or seven tons, in  stack.    $30 per ton.   E. Batt, Kelowna,  12-3P  FOR SALE, 12 thoroughbred White  Wyandotte Pullets and 5 Cockerels.  Apply Mrs. R. J. Sproule, Rutland.    12c  SITUATIONS WANTED  GET YOUR WINDOWS CLEANED bv  Arthur Gardiner, Box 483, Kelowna.  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. ��� Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, also one.year-old bay  horse colt, white strip nn face, while  fret.    Both   hi'tn-l.--l   with   small D nr  If.ft front foot,   Reward for infbrmatior  nf name to A. W, DalgldUh, Rutland.  3t[  LOST between llni>tiHi  church and resid.  rnce,    ntt-i linn    hilvrr    Him ch,    let   w ith  pearls*.   Finder pl?as* return tn Mrt. A,  Wilton. I2p  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, Men's Shirts and Collars to  Launder. We are now doing these  ourselves and the work is top notch,  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  WANTED, applications from single men,  for position of Steward at the Kelowna  CI b. Applications,stating qualifications  and salary expected, will be received  up to 15th February by thc Secretary,  H. G. M. Wilson, who will give particulara aa to dutiea, ficc. 11-2  WANTED, to purchase, a four or five-  roomed House. Write particulars to  Box H, Record. 11 -2p  Car For Hire  (McAughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  Percheron Stallion  Imported Percheron Stallion (or  Sale.   Apply  Coldstream Estate Co., Ltd  VERNON. B.C. Mil  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Limited  Seed  Our "Banlto" brand North  West Dent, Cantaloupe and  Tomato Seed>, are now all  diatributed by the  UNITED SEED   GROWERS  Limited  PENTICTON  WATER  NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  Take notice 'hat W. J. Stevens, whose  address is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a  licence to take and use 1687.5 acre-feet  and to store 1,500 acre-feet of water out  of Bear Creek, which flows Easterly and  drains into Okanagan Lake at the S.-E.  corner of D. L. 539. lhe storage dam  will be located at the east end of meadows  east of small lal*e on the Weat Fork of the  North Fork of Bear Creek. The capacity  of the reservoir to be created ia about  1,500 acre-feet and it will flood about 40  acres of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point near the N.-E  corner of D. L. 3,859, and will be used  Irrigation purpose upon the lands  described as D.L's. 507, 506 W. h of L  505, 15 acres in the S.W. corner of theEJ  of L. 505, Lot 3461. This notice was posted on the ground on the 4th day of February, 1920. A copy of this notice and an  application purauant thereto and to the  "Water Act. 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the said Water Recorder or wilh the  Comptroller of Water Righta, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within fifty days  after the first appearance of this notice in  a local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice is Thursday,  February 5th, 1920.  W.  J. STEVENS,  12-6 Applicant.  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By the Old'Silver Wolf  The bun-feed in on Saturday. Perhaps  it is right and fair that 1 ahould take thia  opportunity of warning the public in general of this important fact, especially thoae  people who live near the cub hall, io that  when they hear the Pack give ita cry they  will not be phoning Chief Thomaa for  assistance. Any friends who have never  seen the famous disappearing trick dona  are invited to attend for a few minutes  and watch the cake disappear.  I must ask the mothers not to make the  cakes too rich, please, as a Cub generally  seems to be on his dignity on these occasions, with the reault that if the next boy  eats ten pieces of cake to the other's nine,  confusion reigns, besides which even nine  pieces are apt to produce symptoms which  are generally allied with bun-feeds.  We hope that all boya who were once  Cubs but who have now pasted into the  ranks of our brother*, the Scouts, will accept the invitation to join in the bun-feed.  It makes ua happy to see the old faces  again. Every boy will remember to hunt  up some joke to tell the Pack, whilst all  one-star Cubs will ask a riddle, and all  two-star Cubs are to tell a story.  We regret that Scoutmaster Weddell  will not be able to attend aa he is at the  coast, but Mr. Gordon has promised to  bring a mug and apoon and rake a aeat  with us.   Perhaps he will tell us a yarn.  Don't forget your uniforms (I know you  won't forget the cakea). The Sixers will  meet the Cubmaster at 2 o'clock to get  the hall ready and each will bring one  small-log for the fire, excepting the boy  who ia bringing the big kettle.  Four boys have passed their 1st Star  Test this week���Leonard Leathley, Norman Cass, Henry Murdoch and Robbie  Ennis���and two have gained Collector'!  Badges. I'm sure they have helped the  Pack along by their efforts.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  ���f  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  ��. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Eatablishod 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door la Poet Office  ELLIS STREET���Two Bungalowe, fire  rooms. A snap, only $1,150 each, on  terms.  PARK AVENUE. Bungalow, 5 rooms,  bath room, hot and cold watar, fully  modern, open fireplace in sitting room,  Woodshed, One of tho nicest in the  city.   Only $4,000, on terma.  ST. PAUL STREET. Bungalow, 6 noma,  fully modern, cloaa in, $3,000. On  terma.  WOLSEY AVENUE. Two-storey frame  houae, 6 rooms, bathroom, kitchen,  woodahed, chickenhouee, stable, cement  basement. Only $2,200 cash. Thia ia  a snap at the price.   Don't miaa it.  RICHTER STREET���Bungalow. 3 noma,  with cement foundation, one sen of  lend, 153-ft frontage on Richter, easily,  divided into two Iota, buildinga end fruit  treea on one aide.   $4,000, on terma,  Two-atorey Houae, 5 rooma, kitchen, bath  loom, open fireplace in sitting room,  fully modern, garden end lawn, out.  houae.   $3,750 on terma.  houae   6  bearing fruit treea, aeveral walnut tree,,  currant bushes, &c.   $2,750, on terms,  If you ara looking for a home, call in  and aee our listings. We have a fine selec-  ti'n to choose from. Pricee and terma to  suit all.  Listings wanted of farms and eity pro.  pertiea.  Office houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturday* ' to  10 p.m. tt  BERNARD AVENUE-Two-storey h  8 rooms, atone cellar at rear of hou  Buy "Made in Canada" goods.  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second -'Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  a  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 160  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU funds oft Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Co-operation  A PUBLIC iMEETING  WILL BE HELD IN THE  G.W.V.A. Club Room  AT 8 O'CLOCK ON  Tuesday, February 10th  when everyone interested in the Co-operative  Movement is invited to attend.  The intention is to form a Co-operative  Society, such as already exists in other  parts of the Okanagan Valley.  By-Laws will be submitted, nominations of directors  asked for, and a complete statement will be made of  the aims and objects of the movement  %.  Everybody welcome.  Remember the time, place, date.


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