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Array Mtttoma  VOL. XII.  NO. 31  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JUNE 17   1920.���4 PAGES  II IIIIIIHPii       1  IMS HII III  $1 JO Par Annum  Kelowna District  League Games  Rutland was again victorious in  the Diatrict League game Tueaday  evening againat Glenmore, beating  tha latter by 13 to 5. A late start  waa made and the light was getting pretty bad towarda the end of  the sixth innings when the game  wa* called off, Rutland having far  outdistanced thair opponents.  Craft pitched a good game for  Rutland and kept down the runs,  most of which were due to errors.  O'Leary for Glenmore struck a  streak of bad luck in the fifth innings when Rutland acored six  runs, and a change was made to  Clark with no better result for another six waa speedily added. The  score by innings waa as follows:���  Rutland -01006 6-13  Glenmore-0 0 2 12 0���5  A summary of the game shows:  Struck out by Cratt 8, by O'Leary  6, by Clark I ; hits off Craft, 4 and  5 runa in 6 innings, off O'Leary, 9  and 7 runs in 5 inninga, Clark, $  and 6 rung in I innings; bases on  bahVCraft I; left on bases, Rutland 4, Glenmore 5.  A second game, Kelowna versus  Ellison was to hsve taken place  the same day, but Ellison found  they could not put a team in the  field and consequently the game  goes to Kelowna.  B��U ��� Whit* Wadding  The home of Mr. and Mrt. Wm.  White, Richter street, was the  scene of a very pretty wedding  last Wednesday, when th?ir daughter, Minnie Pearl, wa* married to  Mr. Donald Kellie Bell, of Van-  couver. The ceremony wa* performed by the Rev. R. G. Edwards,  only the relatives and a few intimate friends being present. The  bride was dressed in white satin,  with silk marquesette draping,  W . studded with pearl and Breton  net hand embroidered veil caught  up with oranga blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of bridal  roses. Her sister.Mis* Grace White,  acted a* bridesmaid while Mr. Jas.  Harvey was best man. The bride  was given away by her father.  After a buffet luncheon the'party  motored to Vernon, where the  young couple will reside, Mr. Bell  being with tha Soldier Settlement  Board there.  Twenty-eight thousand dollars  have just been paid by a dealer of  ,Yakima, Washington, for e shipment of ten carloads of potatoes  grown at Edmonton, Alberta.  There were approximately 7,000  bushel*, and the price paid was  $3.90 a bushel, which is believed  to be the highest on record for  such a large shipment. The potatoe* are to be (hipped to various  parts in the state of Montana.  ^���'^^*^^^���^,e'^.*^��������V��>������^���'�����������*��������'%���  Get Your Name on  the Voters' list  The provincial voters' list*  are now being prepared and  it is up to anyone wishing a  vote at the next' election to  get their application in immediately. The list* will close on  !uly 15 and anyone, male or  emale, who ha* reached the  age of 21 year*, and is a  British subject by bitth or  naturalization, has lived six  months in the province and  .one month in the constituency may register.  Under the new Elections  Act a person must vote in the  polling district where registered, which will probably  disfranchise a large! number  of railway employees and travellers who may be on the  road on election day.  Hav�� yeu refiitsretJ ? -  Remember that in order to  hava a vote on the prohibition referendum and at tha  next provincial election you  must personally attend to the  matter of registering. Don't  think because you ware on  the laat list you will be on  this one. This is an entirely  new voters' list. ', j  ^^^vsww^^*eAA^^A^Aftrt<,^  Death of C. F. Rush  of Glenmore  The death took place this after-  neon of C. F. Rush of the Wayside  Ranch, Glenmore. A sufferer for  a considerable time from tubercul  osis, his death wa* not altogether  unexpected. The news, however,  comes aa a shock,and a matter of  deep regret to his many friends in  Glenmore and throughout the diatrict, and the greatest sympathy is  felt for Mrs. Rush in her bereavement.  Mr. Rush, who was a civi! engin  eer by profession, and had been  in many parts ot the world, came  to Kelowna eight or nine vears  ago, to take up the orchard business. He has taken a keen interest  in all matters relating to the fruit  industry, having especially dona  much valuable service for the Kel  owna Glowers' Exchange and the  O.U.G, both of which concerns he  has served as a director.  The funeral is to take place to-  morrow (Friday) afternoon, at   .. 0.  Much Interest in  Henry Green Recital  Appreciation of the privilege  afforded music lovers by the Green  recital' to be given here on Tuesday evening next, is now evident  by the keen local interest displayed. With requests for reservations  coming in from points af far distant as Summerland and Walha-  chin, the event becomes one of  more than local moment. The enthusiastic support given by local  musician* and  teachers has had  Satifying results. It is apparent  at the attendance will be a  worthy tribute to so distinguished  an artist.  Not a little of Henry Green's  success with the public is because  of his realization of what is its  due. His progrsmme selections  are invariably satisfying to an audience. His playing, tor instance,  of Thalberg's air and Variations  on Home, Sweet Home, is unequalled.  Mothers' Pensions Will  Start Next Month  George F. Pyke who for the patt  two years has tilled the position of  secretary of the B. C. Returned  Soldier Commission and who was  recently appointed Assistant Superintendent of Neglected Children  and assigned the duty of organizing and bringing into force the  Mothers' Pensions Act passed at  the last session of the provincial  legislature, was in town a few days  ago in connection with his new  duties.  Mr. Pylce is positive in his assurance that allowances under the  Mothers' Pension Act will be paid  for the month of July although, on  account of the large number of  applications that he anticipates  will have to be dealt with when  the act first comes irto force on  July 1st, a certain amount of delay  will occur, and it may be well on  in the month before the cheques  fbr July are available.  Application forms are now in  the hands of-the printers and it is  expected that they will be delivered  about June 25th. Immediately on  receipt of these forms a supply wil)  be forwarded to the provincial  police office, Kelowna, where any  one who is entitled to benefit may  obtain a copy. It is absolutely  necessary that these forms shall be  completed snd forwarded to the  Superintendent of Neglected Children, Vancouver, before any case  can be considered. Those who  are entitled to allowances under  the act are widows, deserted wives,  wive* whose husbands are inmates  of a penal institution or asylum or  whose husbands ate totally incapacitated by accident or illness, provided that there are any children,  that the wife is a British subject  and that she hhs been resident  in British Columbia for 18 month*  previous to the date of applicationa  Chose Bad Time to  -  Change Rule of Road  Board of Trad* Will Suspend  Meetinga During the Summer Months  The Board of Trade held Tueaday evening what will probably  be the latt meeting until the fall,  unless in the meantime some im  portant business arises to claim its  attention. Matters for discussion  have been somewhat scarce of  late, and anyway during the hot  weather the attendance is often  very small.  The change in the "Rule of the  road" which is to take place on  July 15th, came in for a long discussion, The government was  strongly criticized for its action in  placing the date of the change at  such a time, practically the height  of the automobile season, when the  traffic on the roads would be verv  heavy. A wise plan, it was felt,  would have been to set the date  of changing in say the middle of  winter when car drivers would  have a chance to gradually accustom themselves to the new order  of things. The government had  also been very careless and neglectful in not properly advertising  the change, and a resolution was  passed urging the immediate necessity of having all the roads properly placarded.  The new tourist hotel scheme  furnished the text for a lengthy  debate, mention being made of the  action of the city in delaying'a  referendum until a by-law could  be prepared setting forth the conditions upon which a portion of  the park would be donated towards a hotel site. It was decided  to leave the matter in the hands of  the executive until the by-law had  been formulated so that they would  know exactly what was being submitted to the people, when a special meeting of the Board or a public meeting could be called to  discuss it.  Letters were read (rom both the  Hon. Martin Burrell and Senator  Bostock in answer tu inquiries respecting the C.N.R. branch line  into Kelowna. Mr. Burrell stated  that he had ascertained from president Hanna that the anxiety ol  the district to have the line finished in time foi this year's crop waa  fully appreciated, and that the organization was sparing no effort to  speed things up. 1 here ����aa still,  however, a large amount of heavy  work lo be done on the Kamloops  end which must be finished before  tracklaying could commence, and  the labor situation was so unreitein  that it was difficult to make even a  guess as to the probable date when  the line would be ready to handle  traffic.  The secretary of the Western  Canada Irrigation Association advised the Board that the fourteenth  annual convention would be held  ��t Lethbridge the last four days of  July. Mr. Grote Stirling was asked  to represent the Board at that convention.  Mr. C. H. Jackson drew attention to the appointment of Major  B. D. Hobbs to represent the Air  Board in western Canada and to  supervise the selection of sites for  air dromes. It waa decided to  point out the advantages of Kelowna as a stoppirg place in transprovincial flights.  Mr. Grote Stirling reported that  he had investigated the cate of  the "blind" road at the Mission,  but the residents did not seem  anxious to have it opened up, so  thst he did not think it wise tor  the Kelowna Board to press for  this improvement.  Mr. Stirling also informed the  Board that what is known aa the  gulch road.is now almost impassable on account of the heavy rains.  This road had been re-located by  Engineer Gwyer, but up to the present no work had been done on it.  A resolution supplementary to  the introduction of aa act to give  tha government power to regulate  the exportation of any commodity  produced or manufactured in Canada when citcumstances call for  such restrictions was introduced in  the -House of Commons by Sir  Robert Borden at the opening of  the dav's proceedings yesterday.  Public Healtb Campaign  Started Id Rutland  Mia* MacLachlan Speaks on  Organizing for Health in  Rural Districts  Tuetday, June 8 h, was an interesting day in Rutland. During the  morning and well into the after'  noon, Drs. Knoz and Bovce were  busy examining and vaccinating  the scholars, going from there to  the Methodist church to render  kindly service at the first part of  the dav's health programme, arranged by the Women'a Institute.  This took the form of a baby clinic at which 'eleven children were  examined, and Were pronounced  by those well versed in the subject  a great success both ss to arrangements and results.  The next item was a health exhibit in the school. Here were  exhibited along the'sides of the  assembly hall a fine series of illustrated panels, containing advice  for prevention of disease, with  special reference to tuberculosis,  the care and feeding of children,  &c, as well aa many cards printed  in large clear tvpe, calling attention  to facts and statistics relating to  public health���the whole collection being loaned by the Provincial Board of Health. On one  prettily decorated table were displayed nine well-balanced luncheons suitable for school children,  whilst on another was exhibited a  present day layette side by side  with some specimens of first baby  clothes in use sixty and one hundred yeara ago. The hand sewing  :'n the garments of long ago, made  before the advent of the sewing  machine, was exquisite.  In the evening, notwithstanding  the fact that  through an oversight  the water users had planned a  meeting for the same night, a good-  sized audience was present at the  public meeting called for the purpose of hearing Mrs. V. S. MacLachlan, of Victoria, secretary of  B.C. Women's Institutes, deliver an  address on "Organizing tor Health  in the Rural Districts."  Mr. J. W. Jones, M.L.A., occupied the chair and made an appropriate opening speech. Dr.  Bryce gave an interesting account  of the origin and progress of the  Board of Health, and Dr. Nelson  Shepherd gave an instructive talk  on dental hygiene.  Besides acting as doctors' secretary at the clinic, Mrs. MacLachlan  had spoken to mothers at the afternoon meeting, but was none the  leas able for the long speech which  rivetted the attention of all, and in  the course of which she literally  poured forth sufficient facts, statistics and information to arouse enthusiasm in the most phlegmatic  on the score of public health.  At the close of the meeting a  motion to toim a committee comprised ot one school trustee, two  members of the United Farmers,  and two members of the Women's  Institute, to consider the practicability of establishing a public health  curse in the district was carried.  The Provincial Board of Health  is willing to assist financially those  districts desiring to establish auch  an officer, but which are unable to  bear the whole expense, and Mr*.  MacLachlan, who is in close personal touch with the work, is most  emphatic as to the benefit resulting  in those neighborhoods where the  system is already in operation.  To Make Important  Pension Changes  The apecial committee on pensions and other features of soldier*'  re-establishment will preaent it*  report to the House in a few day*,  following further consideration  this weak. The report will ba  an extensive one and ita main  feature* will be as follows:���  There will be no further bonuses  or gratuities.  Second���There will be an increase, described as substantia], in  pension* baaed on condition* of  health and disability.  Third���Increased pay to dependents of disabled aoldiera.  Fourth���Pensions to both parent*  of fallen soldiers instead of to one  only.  Fifth���Increased consideration to  tubercular cases.  Sixth���A change in the regulation* whereby a woman'* pension  will not be diminished by reason  of her earnings from other sources.  Seventh���Increase in the salaries  of the pension commissioners from  five to six thousand dollars a year.  Mrs. Herga Ambler has discontinued her music teaching for the  summer months and will take it up  again in the fall.  Rev, Mr. Brown, of Summerland  was a visitor in town Sunday.  Want More Income Tax  Thirtv-five million dollars is the  amount of income tax collections  that is expected from Britich Columbia thia year, according to Mr.  C. H. Clendenning, the income tax  inspector for the province, who ha*  just returned from a visit to Ottawa  on departmental business. Last  year British Columbia collected  $20,000,000 in tsxes, and under  the new system adopted in the  province for thi* year, officials in  the inspector's office expect to  meet with little difficulty in realizing the larger amount.  "Stop at tbe garage sad till the crank cue with  Imperial Polarine Heavy. The Imperial Polarine  Chart of Recommendations specifies thit grade,  and we have found it to be the best lubricant for  these trucka. Fill the tank with Imperial Premier  Gasoline while you're there."  A Grade for Every Type of Motor  TMPERIAL Polarine provide* good lubrication for all types of  ���*��� motors and all motor parts. Extreme high engine heat does not  affect its body���exactly the right body to seal in compression, conserve power and get the most from fuel.   It burns clean.  Imperial Polarine coats and cushions each moving part and follows  through at every joint and rub. Reduces wear, makes each part  function smoothly and ensures long life and service to your motor.  When you stop for oil ask to see the Imperial Polarine Chart of  Recommendations, which shows the right lubricant for your car. It  la en display wherever Imperial Polarine is sold.  Gallon and tow-gallon sealed cans, steel kegs, half-barrels and barrels.  Buy by the barrel and half-barrel and save money. For sale by  dealers everywhere throughout Canada.  IMPERIAL P01JUUNE    IMPERIAL K)LARINF. HEAVY    IMPERIAL POLARINE A  (Litlrtsassfas.lK.4V) <***��*������ httiy Mr) (Eitt. hur. Mr)  st GRABS SFECSAU.Y SUiTKD TO YOUR MOTOR  JMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Ppyvei     H<_ at - i.i^Jit -  Lubrication  V; '   Ht ���>** (in hr s   riv.iil -L it ;Vs . A ������eataasaarSBt  IAQB TWO  KELOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, June 17,1920  Sour Milk  is a source ot annoyance  which can be avoided by buying (rom the City Dairy. We  supplv Fresh Milk guaranteed  not more than two hours old  when you receive it.  We make two deliveries  daily���morning's milk delivered the same morning and  evening's milk the aame evening. This is the only wav lo  ensure satisfaction.  City Dairy  Murdock i Shelder  Proprietors  Burne Avenue     -     Kelowna  PHONE 4709  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy  Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  G.W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267.    P.O. Box 351  High-class  Portraiture  Landscape Work  Amateur Finishing  Enlarging  Call and see us tn tur new studio  PICTURE FRAMING  McEw  an  Phottgraphtr  KELOiafNH RECORD  Published every Thursday tt Kelownt,  British Columbia  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  M'VEBTLSrNU  RATKs  MIDGE   N0T1CE8.   PROPKBSIONAL  OAUDH  ETC.   :.h  t'l'i'ti  Der   n>lumn lack Der  aPMk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICIS-SO dart. 15-  BO   tiav.   ST.  ���VATKR  NOTICES-t9 Ior Hm  liuertloM.  f.KCAl. ADVEKTIHINU-Flrit inwrtioB. 12  twnti ok Hat: Mtch tabMOawnt Insertion H  Ci-ntu  i��r  Km.  DISPLAY MiVKUTISF.MENTH - Two ioahea  nnd nnder. BO mnli per iMTt lint lusrtlon  nvur two tnchM -40' canta Der inoh Hrnl io  mrt inn; '.'') i'miiU tier iu''li each ���iinesMinent  inaertion.  ���'I.ASSIFIKD   ADVERTISEMENTS -S ttotl  Der  word    lint  InMrtlon,   1   wnt  wr  word  ���'������.I'll  iubi*.eatwnt inwrttoa.  All rhauiree in contraut advertiMmeDta roaet  !'<���   iii   the   liAtiiln   of   tha   nrintar    bv    TueiKlav  *ventmr   to    ensure    DUblioattoa   in    tbe   aeit  >Mue.  The Raising of Sheep  In introducing the estimates for  his department tu the Hou��e of  CommonB, the Hon. Dr. Tolmie,  Dominion Minister of Agriculture,  pointed to the fact that in Australia there are no fewer than 80,000-  000 sheep; in the U.S. 40.000,000;  in Great Britain 27.000,000, and  in Canada only 3,500,000. As  shown in the Agricultural Gazette  of Canada for May, efforts are being made in all the provinces lo  remedy this state of things. That  is to sav, encouragement is being  given to the raising of sheep in a  variety of ways ��� by pure-bred  rams being distributed oi sold on  easy terms, by the holding of competitions, at which generous prizes  are given for the best ewes and  the best flocks, by obtaining the  highest price for wool through tlie  departments, and through the Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers  Association, by organized sheep  sales, and, as in Ontario in particular, by placing flocks on a share  basis. Amended legislation has  also been passed for the protection  of sheep fiom dogs.  As a sample of the good work  that is being performed it might be  mentioned that in Saskatchewan in  the last four years the amount of  wool consigned to the co-operative  branch of the Provincial Department of Agriculture increased from  1 79 consignments, weighing 69,-  404 pounds, for which the average  price realized was 173c, to 916  consignments, weighing 394,068  pounds, at an average price of 61 Ac  per pound. The articles in The  Gazette would imply that what has  been done in Saskatchewan is also  being accomplished in the other  provinces of the Dominion.  SYNOPSIS  OF  OOAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal ruli. . rlgete of the Dominion  tn Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion ot the Province ot Britiah Columbia may be leaa-  cil for a term of twanty-one yeara at  an annual rental of $1 an tore. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant ln perton to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which tho rights applied for are situated.  lOach application must be accompanied by a fee of 15. which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at tho rate of 'We  cents per ton.  In surveyed territorlea the ltnd must  be described by seottons or legal subdivisions of sections, and In uhsurveyed  territory the tract applied for thall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Thc person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tli6 full quantity of  itict-chuntablo coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rlghta are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  nt the rate of $10 an tore.  l'"or full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  llcpartment of the Interior," Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  w. w. cony.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for)  Professional Cards  BURNE ?��� .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   Jolin F. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  ' and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C,  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  flans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  inga.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  - M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. hand Surpegor  Surveys and Reports on Imantion Work*  Applications lor Water License,  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   tnd   Lawrence   Avenue  Rutland News  tVtom our own ���- in- ri..ndnnll.  The Young People's Society  held a most successful dance on  Wednesday. There was. a good  turnout of the young people of the  district.  The Ladies' Aid of the Rutland  Presbyterian Church are holding  an ice cream social and program  on Thursday June 24th at 8 p.m. on  the lawn, weather permitting.  Everybody welcome. Admission  free. We are anticipating a good  number from town so come and  join the crowd.  The Rustlets met last Friday  night at the home of Miss Monev.  Miss Etta McDonald gave the first  aid talk on "Shocks" and Miss  Turner read one of the "Penrod"  stories. The girls were much interested in a display of hand tewing over one hundred vears old,  exhibited by Mrs. Money. Refresh-  ments and cards brought the last  meeting before camp to a close.   o������   On the Richter estate at Keremeos, the Dominion dinner,, have  135 acres of tomatoes and 65 acres  ot sweet corn.  The most gigantic labor lockout  in the history of the world is confronting England within three  weeks as a result of demands by  workmen in engineering and kindred industries for still higher wages.  The men's ultimatum expires then  unless the demands are withdrawn  or employers close the factories.  A reward of $2500 is being offered by the Provincial Government  for information leading to the arrest  and conviction ' of the unknown  which, on June 1st, shot and inst  antly killed Provincial Constable  George Stanfield at Grand Forks!  The report of the coroner's inquest  shows that Stanfield had been  threatened by men believed to  have been bootleggers engaged  in running contraband liquor into  the United States. Provincial officers are on the ground investigating  the case and every effort is being  made to trace the murderer,  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Office Phone 443  Residence      313  Veterinary Surgeon  Vernon.  B.C,  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Buiinesi 164; Residence 91  P.O. Bo* 11  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming (or the New Year  Phone (or an appointment  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea Furnished for all classes  of work  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready for Anywhere tt Any Time  PHONE 5102  I guarantee prompt aervice  tnd satisfaction  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer. June 8th, 1920  ORDERS by command for week  ending June 24th, 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week, Owls next for duly Cougars.  There will be a Court of Honour  for leaders and seconds at the  Scoutmaster's office en Saturday,  June 19th, st 7.30 p.m. Full at-  tendance is requested as we have  to decide about the camp. Leaders mutt be able to state at this  meeting how many from their  patrols will be attending camp, and  the reasons given by those who  say they cannot attend. The time  of going to camp, the length, activities at camp, and the fee to be  charged, will all be decided at this  Court of Honour, which will be a  business session only.  We note from the Summerland  scout column that they are going  to camp this year at Miller's Point,  about seven miles north of Summer-  land. They are giving a dance at  Summerland on Fridav, the 25th of  thia month, to raise some money to  go towards their camp expenses.  As they are holding a camp of  their own it is unlikely that we  shall have any visitors from their  troop, but it may be possible to  arrange that too. We have extended an invitation to a couple of  scouts from the Vernon Troop to  come with us this year as well.  Mr. George Dunn of Kelowna is  very much interested in wireless  telegraphy, and he has obtained  the Government's permission to  instal an experimental station. Before the war it was quite a common thing to see these experimental stations of boys and other  amateurs in the cities, but once the  war commenced that became illegal  and it is still necessary to obtain  the Government's permission before working any station, and a  licence has to be obtained. We  should very much like to see some  of the senilis in our troop interesting themselves in this very important and interesting work, the result  of which might provide a possible  future occupation, and at any rate  a most interesting and educative  recreation in the meantime.  At present there are no experimental stations in the valley that  we know of, so it will be very  interesting to know whether the  station here will be able to pick up  messages from the sea coast. Mr.  Dunn will be very pleased to give  all the information he can to any  scouts who wish to ask him for the  same. In this connection we might  also say that there are some good  articles on wireless being published in the Canadian Boy. This is a  very good magazine for boys to  take, and is besides the official  organ of the bov scouts in Canada.  We should like to see the magazine  in the home of every scout. Up to  the present we do not believe there  has been one single subscription  sent in. The magazine is getting  better all the time and we shall be  pleased to show sample copies to  any who like to ask for the same.  G.W.V.A. Notes  Veterans are again reminded to  register and get their women folk  to register under the new Elections  Act. Mr. S. Gray is at the "Record"  office with the necessary forms.  The next regular meeting on  Saturday, the 19th inst. at 8.30 p.m  will be followed by amokei at 9  p.m. Last Saturday's smoker drew  an attendance of about 80 members, and a good programme was  kept going to a late hour. We  were glad to see a large attendance  from the Mission and other outside  points. Mr. Pashley sang a pirate  song with appropriate costume  and weapons, which brought down  the house, and Messrs. Muller, Edwards, Dick, Dodd, Martin, Surtees  and other contributed to our entertainment. There is a vacancy for  one more member in the Pierrot  troupe which Mr. Pashley is very  anxious to fill.  As regards the provincial convention held at Fernie, the provincial secretary-treasurer's statement  shows 93 branches of the G.W.V.A.  in BC. with a membership of over  20,000, as against 46 branches a  year ago.  We are adding two more bedroom to the club, making five in  all, and they are all rented by the  month. In addition we are -building a larger platform at the back  for convenience in handling canteen  supplies. We are turning down  applications for rooms nearly every  day and it would appear there was  a good opening for a white restaurant close to the club.  (gmpAma  FRIDAY  AND SATURDAY  "Lord and Lady Algy*'  With  TOM MOORE  Prom the pity by R. C. Carton, starring Wm. Faversham tnd Mexine Elliott  Here is the story of a wife who left her husband bectute the loved him to  much.   The moat amazing comedy romance you ever taw.  Also "The World's Famous Bridget" tnd a Briggs comedy "Housetleening."  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee tt 5.30, lOe tnd 25c  MONDAY  AND TUESDAY  MITCHELL LEWIS  ta  "The Last of His People"  lit scenes, laid in the forests of the Northwest, htve been photographed in  in t ltnd of big trees, mountains tnd rivers, making a wonderful background  for the role of an Indian, which Michael Lewis essays.  Also the 13th chapter of "A Million Dollars Reward."  Admission 20c and 35c  Evening, 7.30 and 9  WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY  WALLACE REID  "The Valley of the Giants"  Peter B. Kyne'a famous atory which ran in the "Red Book."  A thrilling drama of the California redwoods, wirh Wllltce  Reid in a role  of remarkable atrengtb.  Alto tn Emett Truex comedy, "A Night of ths Dub."  Evening, 7.30 and 9  Admission 20c and 35c  CREAM PRICES  from June 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 ���  65c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 63c       ��� ,,  KELOWNA. CREAMERY, LTD.  Universal IE FILLER  It is not a liquid. v  It is a rescilient cushi' >, having all [the riding qualities of a  pneumatic tire.  It does away with Blowouts, Punctures, Spare Tire ot Tube*.  It is not affected by heat or cold.  It can be changed (rom one tire to another.  It adds miles to tire wear.  Thousands of satisfied users in Canada and U.S.A.  Will be installed by a factory eipert.  GUARANTEED   100,000   MILES  Veteran Vulcanizing Works  AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION  G. LANE, etcluaive tgent.     Corner Ellis Street tt Bernard Av., Kelownt  If yen htve Rubber to repair, send ft to at.  CHEVROLET  You will be turpritad hew little it costs to operate the Chevrolet ear. Twenty  fivt to thirty miles on t gallon of gasolene it not tn unusual rooord. Ths  care-free, regultr performance ia the Chevrolet rule.  Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Ctr it t htndtome, roomy, comforttblt car  ���t ctr you can be proud to own.  490 Touring, (995 f.o.b. Othtwt, Ont.  M. A. ALSGARD  Ntw Show Roomt tnd  Service Station  LOCAL "DEALER  Lawrence Avenue Thurtday, June 17,1920  KSUMTtTA tBCOtfi  PAGE THREE  I/ -��� Jmrtto    PHONE   361  KELOWNA  OWING to the backwardness of the season  and in order to assist our customers in  meeting the high cost of living, and to  help prices hack to a more normal level,  we are offering many staple lines in Dry Goods  and Clothing at reduced prices.    Make a special  effort to purchase all you can at these reductions.  Poplin Dresses at $18.95  Many styles and  colors in Poplin  Dresses for women in this season's lateat models. Colorings  are Navy, Saxe,  Champagne  Helto & Brown.  These are excellent values  and regularly  sold up to $27.  See these now  on sale at 18.95  Casement  aolh~~  $1.15 yard  AN Excellent  value in English  Casement Cloth  comes 50 inches  wide, in colours  of Green, Brown  Rose, Biscuit &  Cream.  Reduced   price  $1.15 yard.  Silks at Reduced Prices  Good quality European crepe-de-chene, in colors of  Maize, Pink, Pale  Blue,  Apricot, Paddy, Grey, Navy,  Helio, Black and Ivory.   38 to 40 inches wide.  Regular prices up to $3.75, reduced price $2.50 yd.  While Jap Habutai Silk, a perfect washing material, 36  inches wide. Thia is a good quality silk and well worth  today $2,25 yard.   Reduced price $1.50 yard  Silk Hose at $2.25 & 3.75  Fine quality Silk Stockings that regularly sell at  $2.75 and $4.50 will be sold during the time of  reduction at this low price. These come' in colors  . of Brown, Grey, Navy, White and Black.  Pure Silk, with hemmed lisle top: $2.25  All pure thread Silk and silk ribbed top $3.75  Shoes less 15 p.c.  All our women's and children's Leather Shoes, Oxfords and PumpS will have  15 per cent, taken off during this week. This represents an extensive saving  inasmuch as a great many  more styles will be exempt  from the tax.  25 per cent* oft  Millinery  The balance of our Summer Millinery we are offering at a reduction of 25  per cent. This will show  a remarkable saving to  tha economical buyers at  this early season of tha year  Striped Flannelette.  About six pieces only  34 inches wide at the  price of......30c yard  Hemstitched Huckaback Towels. An  extra fine linen quality, at...... $1.50 pair  Special Values in the Staple Dept.  Fine Longcloth, in a pure quality, 300 yards only, 36  inches wide , 40c yard  Unequalled value in White Cotton, 100 yards only, 36  inohes wide    25c yard  Blue Striped and plain butcher blue Chambrays, regular  35c yard, for  25c yard  Plaid Ginghams in a wide range of fancy colorings, a  fine woven cloth, comes 38 inches wide........55c yard  Green, Blue and Brown Serge,  very suitable for small  children's dresses and skirts 50c yard  REMNANTS ON SALE TUESDAY  At 2.30 on Tuetdty afternoon we will hive �� sale t grett  mtny remnants, accumulated during tht put ftw -montht.  Make t point ot attending thit sale of remnants ot oddments  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  /                                          i  Ben Clarke was a Penticton visitor this week.  Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Landers are  visitors for Calgary thia week.  C. G. Cline waa a visitor from  Kamloops yesterday.  Mrs, F. W, A. Wood was a paasenger to New Westminster Friday  last.  Mr. and Mrs. C B. Coate and  arrived yesterday from Rossian,  Out., on a visit to the district.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Morrow and  Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jamas Were  amongst the Kamloops visitors  Tuesday.  Mr  child and Mr. J. C. Reid were  arrivals Monday from Cord ale,  Man.  Clarence Jones, son of Mr. J. W.  Jones, M.P.P., took his B.A. degree  last week with honors at Toronto  University,  Principal L. V. Rogers of the  High School left today for the  coast, where he [is to conduct ex.  animations.  W. Scholl is taking a position aa  'accountant with the Morrison  Thompson Co.  Mrs. Cooper of Summerland is  spending a few days with her  daughter, Mrs. Benson.  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Knowles left  Monday morning for a motor trip  to Nelson and the boundary country, Mr. Knowles will also Visit  the Masonic Grand Lodge at Nelson this week.  An excellent programme has  been arranged (or the tea to be  held on Friday afternoon, June  25th, from 3 to 6, by the Jack McMillan Chapter, I.O.D.E, at the  home of Mrs. Byron McDonald,  Richter St.  The donations to lhe Kelowna  Hospital for the month of May  were as follows: R. S. Steyens $ 10,  H. J. Hewetson $10, Rev. E. D.  Braden $ 10,' A. E. Cox $ 10, Miss Z  Brown $5, Miss L Patterson $3,  W. H. Rennie $2, T. Bulman $25,  W. J. Mantle $5, United Church  $12, T. R. Bennett $5. J. Sutherland  $5, H. Waldron $5, P. B. Willits  cream and eggs, Mrs. Gay 6 qts.  canned fruit, Ladies' Aid pickles  and fruit  *Sr"3tMSJrJCe7MM%>a9GtQQjC^  Benvoulin Notes  We welcome to our community  the new bride, Mrs. E. Stoffard.  Mra. Spears has gone to the coast  for a short time for her health.  The Ladies' Aid of Bethel Church  met at Mrs. A. Hardy's on Wednesday afternoon.  Don't forget the Rutland Ladies'  Aid Social on Thursday evening,  June 24th at the Presbyterian  Church, Rutland.  The Benvoulin United Farm Women will meet at the home of Mra.  J. B Fisher on Thursday afternoon  une 24th.  Mr. and Mrs. Grummett and son  Frank left on Tuesday morning  for the east where thay intend to  live. Mr. and Mrs. Grummett are  old timers of this district and it is  wilh regret we hear of them leav  ing us.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your ctr htt beta all tuned up  retdy for the road. How tbout  your Storage Battery } It it in top  notch condition���full tf pep tnd  retdy for sction ) We will test il  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it tt reasonable rtttt.  In cate it needs replacement we art  the official station for tht  famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at ttl timet like t coiled  sprint to spin your engine, light  your lights tnd blow your horn.  Drive in today tad become tt-  quainted with our Fret Service Dtp.  Service on All Butteries  Don't, take it to "Gsortc" 1st Bsrner do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile Electrician  ThsSitnofltSsPyrsssid  Ltwrence Avt.    Et��t of Pendori St.  W. E.Adams returned yesterday  from a visit to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Menzies were  Vancouver visitors last week.  Mrs. Ford was a passenger Monday to Armstrong.  The Baptist Sunday school pic  nie is arranged for July 1st.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Downing and  family from Kamloops came in  last Friday on a ahort visit.  Mrs. Conis, with her son W. C.  Conis, arrived last week from Lim  erich, Sask.  G. A. Share, of Vancouver, with  Mrs. Share and family, came up  laat weekend for a short stay,  Mr. J. H. and Mrs. Lawson were  passengers yesterdsy to Huntsville  Ont.  Mrs. C. Jackson left yesterday  on a visit to friends at Pincher  Creek, Alta.  A, S. Johnstone of Togo, Sask.,  was a visitor this week.  Miss Mabel Young waa a passenger today for Moosejaw.  Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Scott of  lngersol, Ont., arrived Saturday on  a visit.  Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Groves and  their daughter, from Courtetoay,  B.G., spent a few days in town last  week.  Church of England service will  be held next Sunday at 3 o'clock  at East Kelowna.  Mrs. S. E. Wilkins and Miss  Winifred Wilkins, of Montreal,  have just returned from Pasadena,  Cal., and are spending the summer  in Kelowna.  Mr. and Mra. G. H. Graham arrived this week from Telegraph  Creek, B.C., to make their home  here. They have property in the  Rutland diatrict.  Mr. and Mrs, A. Stayer and son,  Mrs. J. Bennie and W. Simpson  were a party of Wallachin people  touring through Kelowne Sunday.  Mr. H. H. McDougal has just received the sad newa from Scotland  of the death of his father. Mr. McDougal'* two sisters only recently  arrived here on a visit.  Messrs. D. W. Sutherland, P. B.  Willits, D. D. Campbell. W. R.  Trench and P. T. Dunn are amongst  the delegates to the Masonic Grand  Lodge at Nelson this week.  Mr. and Mra. Robt. Nelson of  Regina arrived here last week to  spend the summer with Mr. W. H.  Sehell of Rutland. Mr. Nelson is  recovering from the effect of  wounds overseas.  Manager Simmons of the Empress Theatre, is away this week  on a holiday tour ir. company with  Mrs. Simmons. They are to motor  through to Vancouver by way of  Washington.  Mr. and Mrs. Grummet and1 family, who have been residents for  several years in the Benvoulin district, Jeft Tuesday morning for  Hagerayille, Ont.  The Rev. Lennox Fraser, of  Vernon, took the services last Sunday at the United church. In the  morning the local Freemasons to  lhe number of sixty or seventy, attended the aervice, which waa of  a apecial character. The Rev. E.  D. Braden took Mr. Fraser's place  in Vernon.  HAVE YOU HAD A LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 Gray Dort Models  MTl Don't neglect to drop into our show  ' yQJ.\ room and see the most snappy and  JJ attractive little car in town ��� lower  in price than most of the cars in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see for yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We also "have some good buys  in Second-Hand Cars.       '  W. R. GLENN Sc SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  !sM(W*8K8��aaTife^^  Vulcanizing  Geo. Laat, Prop.  Corner Ellis St. and Bernar Av  Slippers  For the Ladies  Many ladies have inquired  for these lately. The popular seller is a plain leather  house shoe, fastened with  one strap. For the younger  ladiea I have footwear that  ia beat described as "Dark's  dainty duds for dimpled  damsels." Call as vou pass  Chas. Dark  Tna Fait Shoeman  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE  Accessories and Tires  COAL OIL  Lubricating Oils  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR  VULCANIZING  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Ltwrence Ave. and Pendozi  Stree  Dty phone 267  Night phone 67  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We  have clients for  5   to  20 Alto tt  acres Improved Farms VICTORIA  and Orchards,  listings of every description solicited.  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  tnd MISSION  A. B. BARRAT,  NetrCP.R. Whtrf.  Bernard Avenue.  Kelownt, B.C.  RICE BRAN  Onion Worms  SPRAYS  FERTILIZERS  SEEDS  Try our No. 1 Chop  Bettor than Bran or Shorts for Stock, Hogs or Poultry.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones:  Feed Store 29 ; Office 37 Free City Delivery  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  ���upply of  COAL COAL  Wedding Bells Mean  WEDDING GIFTS  Gifts that last���that combine beauty  and utility���are* most suitable and appreciated.  These points are found in our line of  Gifts that last.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS   .  W. W. PETTIGREW        -        - MANAGER  J PAGE FOUR  KELOWNS   KBCOU  Thuraday, Jun* 17,1920  YOU WILL ENJOY  THE  GREEN  RECITAL  PROGRAMME  I. S. Bach Ctvotte tnd Muaette (Btg-pipe).  (1685-1750)  C F. Httndel Verittions on the air, "The Htrmoniout  (1685 1759) Blacksmith."  L van Beethoven. Sonata quasi Fantasia, op. 27, No. 2, "Ths  (1770-1827) AJafla sesrsnukr (Moonlight. **  AttttttU.   Prttl. of title  F. Mendelssohn .   Andante and Rondo ctpricciotd.  (1809-1847)  R. Schuminn Novelette���  (1810-1856) Wj,,   |    fromlhoF.n,..v.piKM  F. Chopin Ballade in A flit.  f 1809 1849) Nocturne.  Welti.  Funertl March tnd Fintle, from the B Hat  minor Sonntt, op, 35.  C Debussy Toccata.  (1862-1918)  H. Grtan "Thinking."   Valse.fentnsie.  S. Thtlberg Air and vtriationa, "Home, Sweet Home."  (1812-1871)  F. Liazt Hungarian Rhapsody (No. 12).  (1811  1886)        (Piano by Mason fit Risch, Ltd.)  Tuesday, June 22nd, at 8.15 p.m.  EMPRESS  THEATRE  Tickets at Mason & Risch, Ltd.  Prices:   $1.65  $1.10 80c (including war tax)  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 ��� Bos 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FOR SALE  43 acres on Vernon Road  adjoining School tnd Church.  5.roomed house, large barn,  chicken houte, hog pen, two  wells dote to houae, root cellar  and wagon shed.  Three acres in Potatoes, fivt in  Tomatoes, ten acrea in Alfalfa,  tcrt in carrots, 3 teres Timothy  tnd Clover, five tcrta in Macintosh Rede tnd two tcret in  ptature.  Alto 10} tcret rented for 865  per tcrt, which ia now in  Oniona.  Estimated crop thia year, $5,300  If aold before June lat crop to  go to the purchaser.  Price $16,000 cash.  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116]  Easy Way to Wash  THE Time Saver not onlv washes  your clothes but wrings them,  too, and wrings them (ar better  than you can do it by hand. It cuts  out the drudgery of wash day and  pays (or itself in the labor it saves,  and it costs less than three cents to  do an ordinary wash.  W. TV. LOANE  Oppoaite Sawmill Office  Pho  349  Stewart Brothers Nursery  GLENMORE   VALLEY  Growers of Fruit and Shade Trees, Roses, &c  APPLES  Delicious  Mcintosh  Stayman Winesap  Yellow Newtown  Re me Beauty  Wealthy  Jonathan  Wegener  Grimes Golden  Yellow Transparent  PEARS  Bartlett  Beurre de Anjou  Flemish Beauty  Winter Nelis  CRABS  Hytlop  Transcendent  The tbove selected nursery atock, guaranteed true to name, is offered  for  tilt.    All in excellent condition tnd one yetr old on three yetr  French roota.   Inapection invited.   Place your ordera now for fall or  apring planting.  CHERRIES-Bing, English Morello  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Maret and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 yean. Weight 1200 to* 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  Ol Si tht office of Harvey, Duggan tnd Davis.  $125  PER ACRE  Good ORCHARD LAND  under a good irrigation lyttem  Also orchards in full bearing  Eaiy Terms  THOS.  BULMAN  Phone 3206 Kelowna  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. \  can re-upholiter 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.  PIANO TUNING  with a reputation and on merit  ALVIN E. PERKINS  has been delayed several  months owing to a long illness but will be in.Kelowna  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired 6c Chtrgsd  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Crop Report from  Saskatchewan Good  What is believed to be the most  favourable crop report ever issued  by the Saskatchewan department  of agriculture was given ont Wednesday, lt comprises repoits from  5 7 points, representing the whole  province, and every reporting  point testifies io the healthy state  of the crop and the abundance of  moisture. Wheat seeding is finished and oats are also ���"���radically all  in, while seeding of barley and  flax is either completed or almost  completed.  In spite of the numerous rumors  as to the prevalency of grasshoppers, the crop reports do not show  that their piesence is common.  Want Ads.  TAKE NOTICE thtt I, W. J. Stevens,  Liquidator of the Western Oktntgan Dr.  rhirdl Co., Ltd., will offer the undermentioned articles for tele by public auction  tt Lot 50), Westbank B.C.. about 2J miles  from tht ferry wharf tad 4} miles from  Westbank Townsite, on  Saturday, the 26th day of June  tt 10 o'clock in the forenoon.  TERMS CASH  4-in. Heavy Wagon  2-in. Farm Wagon Cutter  Heavy Set of Sleighs  Stump Puller with winch and cable  5-foot Cross-cut Saw  Heavy set of Truck Bunks  Set of Disc Harrows   Emery stone  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the houte of G. E.  Seon, Htrvev Avenue, Kelownt. Apply  Messrs. Mantle ot Wilton or other agents  or owner. 29tf  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy tttic. House 32 x 28. Chicken  houte and workshop.    Apply P.O. Box  ��� 25. 2ltf  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Dty Phone 116 Night Phone 3502  J.  GRANT  FOR SALE, two  second-hand   Automo.  bilet, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE, Stddle Horse, cheap. Apply  Seon Jnr., Kelownt.  25tf  FOR SALE, Team, Harneaa and Wtgon.  Apply John Sutherltnd. 26tf  FOR SALE, Houses, Betring Orchards,  Cattle Ranchea, City Property. Pern-  berton & Son, Bernard Ave. 27tt  1OUNG PIGS for sale.    Apply Caaorao  Broa.'Office, Kelownt. 28-1  FOR SALE, Studebtker 20, in good condition.   Apply G. H. Kerr, Glenmore.  29-2P  FOR SALE, 6-roomed Houte tnd Urge  lot, Lawson Avenue, $2,500. Apply J.  A. James, Lawson Avenue. 31 tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Office tnd Houte. Cletning,  tnd other odd jobl wtnted. Arthur  Gtrdintr, Box 482. Phone 404 titer 6.  Auction Sale  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Organist, lady  or  gentlemen  for St. Michttl tnd All Angela' Church'  Kelownt. Knowledge of Anglican church  muaic necessary.    Apply to Archdeacon  Greene, Kelownt. 30-2  WANTED, Clerk for municipal office.  Duties to include keeping cash receipt  book, light tnd watar ledger tnd compiling monthly light tnd wtter bills.  Apply with copies of testimonials, stating salary required, to G. H. Dunn, Gty  Clerk, Box 167, Kelownt. B.C.       ,31  WANTED, capable Help. One who un-  dertttnda good pltin cooking. Good  wages. Apply P.O. Box 285 or telephone  to 3113. 3l.2p  VERNON JUBILEE HOSPITAL, Vernon,  B.C., requires for Training School probationers with entrance educational  standing.   Apply Matron. 31  TOBaWT  FOR RENT, two rooms, furnished, bath  and light, Richter Street. North. Mrt.  W. Clement. 30-lp  TO RENT, Furnished Cottage, fully mod.  era. Lawson Avenue. Apply Box 44,  phone 75.  3III  FOR RENT, Furnished Rooma, on Pen.  dosi street, close to town. Mra. R.  Cameron. 31 ��3p  MISCELLANEOUS  VACUUM  CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompton, phone 342. '    lotf  WANTED, good Mtre. tbout 1,300 lba.,  to work tingle.   Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.C.S.  courte yet > Free booklet on request  to Internttiontl Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie   Block, Kelow  * nt. 25tf  NOTICE.  All persons trt wtmtd tgtintt  Eurchtsing the property tt Benvoulin  nown tt the Lytic place (north 20  acres), on which it t canning factory,  from 'anyone save the undersigned, who  it in possession of the I  Turntr.  H. J  28tf  FOUND, t Bicycle.   Apply City Police  Office. 3lp  LOST, Bay Mtre, heavy in foal, tbout  1250 lbs., with halter tnd rope, white  stripe on face, nfcar Gen. Herman's.  Reward for information to G. H. Kerr,  Glenmore. 30-2p  TENDERS will be accepted for the tup-  r ply of Druga, Groceries, Meat, Bread  and Milk to tht Kelownt Hoapital irom  July Itt to December 3Itt. Tendera to  be in tht I  26th.  htnda of the aecretary by June  31-2  TENDERS  WANTED  Tendert will be received hy the School  Board up to July 3rd, 1920, for hiuling  and spreading 70 yards of gravel snd 0  yarda of thtle, more or lata, on North  Kalowna achool grounda,Glenmore. Work  muat he completed within thirty dtyt of  tllotment of tender. Addrett to Geo. G  Hume, ttcrttary, R.R. No. I, Kelownt.  31-3  Mitt Dillon will be pletted to meet  lediea requiring Spirilla Centra tt Room  5, Oik Hill Block.on Saturdays, from 130  to 5.   Phont 115 for special tpaiintmint  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car hu been all tuned up  reedy for the road. How about  your Storage Battery } Ii it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action > We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable ratea.  In caae it needa replacement we are  the official atation for the famoua  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  ���That marvellous little box of nervea  ready at all timea like a coiled  apring to apin your engine, light  yourlighta and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dap.  Service on All Batteriea  Don't take il to "George," let Barney do it I  Alfred A. N-swstrand  Automobile  Electrician  The Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    Eaat of Pendozi St.  E W. Wilkinson & Co.  E*ablished 1893  Real Estate tnd Insurants  Phone 254 Next door to PostOffict  BUNGALOW, 5 roomt, bathroom, fully  modern, ctmint btsemect, ia first-cleat  condition, large lot, close in, only $3,000  on termt. Couldn't ba balk lo day for  the money.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, with two  large lets, 6 rooms wuh basement. Close  in.   $3,800 oa terma.       v  BUNGALOW, 5 roomt, good outbuild,  ings, with one acre of choice laad. A  snip, only $3,500 on termt.  TWO-STOREY Fnmi House. 8 roomt.  lime cement basement, tally modern,  stable hold four horse., garage, wood-  shod, including two lots. $5,000 on  ttrmt. Immediate potsesiion taa ba  given.  LARGE BUNGALOW, full; modern, 7  room, btthroom, Ono avert of choice ltnd  12 bearing fruit tries.   $5,500 sa terms.  FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, woodshed ind  chickenhouae.   $1,400 oa tamne.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houti, 6 roomt,  good outbuildings, on. ten ol choice  toil.   $3,000 oa terms.  TWO-STOREY cement block Houte, 6  roomt, kitchen sad pantry, talTtnct ball  cement cellar outside. Stable. $4,750  on terma.  HOUSE, 3 roomt, including four lots,  stable hold four horses, two chicken  houaea, pig pin, 9 betring fruit trees,  amall fruits. $2,000. Half Hash balance  to arrange.  We hive ��� largt selection of dty property  for nle. Call ind to* ot. Prices tnd  termt to suit.  Office hourt, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdaay 9 to  10 n.m.  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, ftc  Ready for Anywhtri it Aay Time  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt aervice  tact satisfaction  Millinery  Sale  AU Trimmed tnd Untrimmed Hits,  including Panamas, selling it  A Big Reduction  Miss Arbuthnot  Water Street  Kelownt  31-2  Kelowna Board of School Trustees  NOTICE TO PARENTS  Perents tre requeated to hind in before  the 23rd intt., to tho Principal of tht Public School or to the undersigned, the names  of ill children who will tttend the receiving cltatet for the firat timo it the re-opening of tchool in September next  N. D. McTAVlSH,  30-1 Secretary.  THE VETERAN  AUTO TRUCK  SERVICE  DISTANCE NO OBJECT  PHONE  1702  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  j. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Kryptok Lenses  Mak* Comf artabl* Reading  When you are obligtd to look  upward from your reading distent objects in cletr tnd distinct,  thus eliminating the removal of  glasses from lima to time.  Ut your next glasses be  KRYPTOKS  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Tranif er Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DIITRIBUT1NG  t  Touring Cara always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 ptattngere.    Specitl rates.  Contracts taken (or Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Truckt tra all now and up-to-dite  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIOMT

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