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 A Proposal to Regulate  SANITARY   CONDITIONS   SHOULD  BE   IMPROVED���STREET  WATERING BY-LAW  Pacific Coast Pipe Co., having quoted  the lowest prioe for wood pipe.  A resolution was therefore pushed  authorising the committee to purohase  a car of pipe from the above company.  The city clerk was also authored  I to call for tenders for supplies for the  new electric lighting system.  That a by-law be passed imposing  some much needed sanitary regulations  upon the various Chinese laundries in  the oity was the request contained in  a letter which waB read before the  council at lost Friday morning's meeting from Mr. S. M. Gore, of the Kelowna Steam Laundry.  The letter ran as follows: e  Gentlemen,���  As the proprietors of n laundry, organized and conduoted by white citizens, conforming with your by-laws  and suggestions in so far as they exist as applied to laundries, we bog lo  make the following request, basing our  appeal upon the standpoint ol publio  health:��� That by-laws should be made  and strirtly enforced regarding the  sanitary conditions of laundries and  restaurants, and we would therefore  make some suggestions for laundry  regulations.  "That no laundries be allowed to accept bundles from houses where it is  known any infectious disease exists.  "That there bo a proper sterilization  of all white goods.  "That there be a proper separation  of unwashed from washed goods.  "That there be a proper separation  of very dirty goods (suoh as camp  laundry, frequently full of vermin)  from the reorular articles.  "That general cleanliness of entire  premises be insisted upon.  "That premises be inspected at least  one* a month.  "That laundry buildings must    1.  be used for sleeping or eating in."  We think our appeal is a fair one,  for besides the ground of public health  we think some regulations are due to  us for our mm protection. We are  in every sense , "white" laundry, employing white help and runn'nv a snni  Inry business.. Most ol the money  paid into the many Asiatic laundries  crosses the Pacific, while few of the  owners conform to the elightest degree of cleanliness, and this at 'east,  thev should be made to do."  We are gentlemen.  Yours respectfully,  Kelowna Steam Laundrv.  Per   S. M. GORE.  The suggestion was tamed over   to  the Hearth oommittee.  Street Watering  The by-law for levying a special rate  | for street watering waa finally passed.  The watering was to be continued during the months ol April to September  inclusive, and a rate of three cents  per foot was to be levied upon occupiers of all premises fronting on Bernard avenue from Abbott street to  Ellis street; a rale of two cents per  foot on the following:  Abbott street from Bernard avenue  to Eli avenue.  Water street from Bernard avenue  to Eli avenue.  Pendozi street from Bernard avenue  to the southern boundary of the municipality.  Ellis street from Bernard avenue to  Cawston avenue.  Richter street, from Bernard avenue  to Sutherland avenue.  Ethel street from Bernard avenue to  Harvey avenue.  Bernard avenue from Ellis Btreet to  the eastern boundary of the municipality.  Glenn avenue, from Richter street to  Ethel street.  Lawrence avenue from Abbott street  to Ellis street.  Harvey and Eli avenues from Wator  street to the eastern boundary of the I  municipality.  Park avenue from Abbott street to  Pendozi Btreet.  For the purposes of the special tax  only lots with buildings upon them  wero to bo assessed.  In the absence of Mayor Jones, who  is on a visit to the coast,     Alderman  ^"therland was appo'nted acting may-  ta. Home-. .  BH       o   Marketing Arrangements  Complete for Season  B. C. FRUIT FINOS FAVOR ON  PKAI1UES  Tlio    completion of marketing  rantfoments for tho season's shipments  of fruit and produce is announced from  the Okanagan United Growers,  J. E. Iteekie, preftidont of the (.'en-  ���tral, and J. Ii. Jiohertson, manager,  returned on Saturday from a fortnight's trip to the various distributing centres in the prairie provinces to  which the bulk of the Okanagan fruit  is sent. While away they closed ar-  'iingnments, which it is confidently believed, will give an even more satisfactory distribution than that obtained Inst yoar. \  An increasing interest in and satisfaction with British Columbia fruit on  the prairies is reported by Mr. Robertson. This, he says, is due to the  improved grade und pack of ull Okanagan Valley products, which mates*  British Columbia fruit mow Katnfio-  torv to the consumer on the prairies.  A  "eneral interest  in tho    Okanagan  and kindly inquiries as to the district  were met an all hands.  "We found    a  disposition on the part of the    trade  generally to give preference  to Okanu-  rnn nnd B.  C.  fruit over that offered  by our    competitors." said  Mr.  Rob*  ���rtson on his return.  "With, tho  liklihood   of greatly    increased  production   this year,    It    bo-  hoovflfi every gr0wer to use the greatest care possible in  the spraying,  the  thinning and general care of his fruit,  in order tnat we may be able to put  out    a    more satisfactory pack,   even  than that of last year.     Quality    is  what will  get  and hold  the  trade fqt  the district."  Annual Teachers' Convention  al Vancouver  RAILWAY ltUMOKS  Tennis Club Want Help to Finance  Tournament  An application waa reserved from ths  Kelowna 'Iannis Olub for a grant of  160 irom tha oity to help the club to  finance the Okanagan Lawn Tennis  tournament which is to bs bald in Kelowna this year.  "Ia order to ba in a position to  hold ths tournament," the letter point-  ' ed out, "the olub will have to build  three new courts and 488 feet ol fence,  which haa to be about 13 feet high.  The oost of putting in the new courts  will be about 1150, and the lumber for  the fence about $90. The aotual buu 1-  ing of the fence is being done volin-  tarily by members of the olub. This  tournament wilt attract at least 300  people from different parts of tbe vcl-  ley, many of whom hold prominent  positions in their respective localities,  und should be a good advertisement  for the city; but unless the club can  get some help from the oity, we are  afraid it will have to forego tha opportunity oi holding the tournament  in Kelowna and will have to request  Boms other town to take it over."  In discussing the matter somo doubt  was expressed aa to the wisdom of  (mating a precedent whioh might draw  down upon the oounoil many moro applications of a similar nature from  other clubs.  Alderman Taylor pointed out ttat  if the counoil required a precedent it  was to be found in the oase of the  Aquatio Association which received an  annual grant toward tha expenses of  the regatta.  It waa left to the finance committee  lo consider the request.  The Kelowna Hospital Society wrote  asking the city to remove a quantity  of brush which was thrown over into  the hospital grounds during the clearing of a new street last year.  Alderman Adams reported that the  Light and Water department had called ior tenders (or water supplies, the1  Assistant Chief Engines Sykes, of  the C.N.H. passed through on Friday  to Vernon. It is understood that his  visit to the valley, waB in connection  with final arrangements being made  for early commencement of the Canadian Northern Bailway branch into the  [Okanagan Valley.  Several railway contractors ore  awaiting orders at Kamloops and the  contract for the branch will be awarded about May let.  This intelligence is certainly welcome to residents of the Okanagan  Valley and we may therefore look for  some stir in railway matters within a  few weeks' time.���Armstrong Advertiser.   Q .  Hiss Florence Copeland, of New Sidney, N. S., is visiting at the home of  Hr. and Mrs. H. F. Itees.  The Elite Barber shop is now under  new management. Hr J. W. Sanders  ' having taken over the place. Hr. Geo.  Tuxford of Vernon arrived in the city  to attend to the business side of the  work.  Tho annual convention of the Provincial Teachers' Association was held in  Vanoouver on April 14, 15 and 16 with  an attendnneo of over eight hundred  public and high school teachers. A  number of interesting and valuable ud-  dresses were given by prominent educationalists, the most notable ueiug  by Dr..Alexander Uobinson, superintendent of education, Hon. Dr. Young,  Dr. Wcstbrook, of tho H. C. I'nivor-  sity, and Dr. Murray, of Saskatchewan I  I University. On the second evoning of  tho convention a most enjoyable dinner wus tendered to the visiting teachers, in tho King Edward High school,  by the school board and teachers of,  Vancouver, and attended by over four I  hundrod teachers, as well as the Min-'  istor of Education, the superintendent  of education and most ol tile stall of  inspectors.'  Resolutions were introduced to place  Domestic Science in n more prominent  plaee on the school ccurriculum and to  cooperate with other provinces in  celebrating the centennial of peace  between Canada aud the Vnlted States.  Revelstoke was selected as the nest  meeting place of the Association, at  Master, 1915, and the following executive was appointed: President) Dr.  Uobinson, superintendent of education.  First Vice President, Inspector Hills,  Revelstoke; Second Vice President, K.  C. Daniels, I'ernie; Third Vice President, A, R. Lord, Kelowna; Secretary.  II. J, Colpitis. Revelstoke; Treasurer,  Miss E. .1. Yuill, Penticton.  Telephone Co. Propose West  Side Extensions  WANT UOVKilNMEN'r AID IN    THE  BUILDING OF NEW LINE  Eklund Beats Sam Clapham  Methodist Mission Band  A pleasant  little  "At  Home"      was  given iu the Methodist church on Saturday afternoon by tho members of the  Mission  Hand, whose guests were the  ladies of the ohuroh.     In the course of  the   afternoon   Miss Marjorie Switzcr  read a paper on tho work of a . boy  who oould neither walk nor talk, but  who did a good missionary work und  Miss Marjorie    Bulman road one    on  "A day  in a  <Tapancse home."    Miss  Winnie Jones gave an instrumental se-  lection and joined her sister in ��� duet.  Miss  Annie  Knighr   rendered  a    solo,  Miss ltoxy McClure sang and the Bird  children    snng tt  chorus.    Mrs.   Millie  gave a "talk on the year's work of the  band and at the close of the program  refreshments were served.    A collection  was taken and about $20 was realized,   O   V/OMIiN'S M1HS10NAHY ALXILI-  .    ��� ABY  A splendid article of a column oh  Kelowna, by Mr. Beaver Jonrs appears  in the issue of the 8th inst., of the  Inverness Chronicle (Scotland) whioh  has a large circulation in the north of  Scotland.  Sabbath services in the Methodist  ehuroh will be in charge of the pastor.  The morning thomo is "The Church's, j  Birthday'* and the evening "James  the just."  Captain and Mrs, Hodaon, olTicewof  the Salvation Army at Vernon were  in the oity on Wednesday col looting for  the annual self-denial effort of the  Army.  Mr. Geo. K. Thompson will havo the  sympathy of his many friends in the  accident that befel hi* daughter, Sadie  last week end. Miss Thompson, who  has been staying with some friends at  Summerland was out driving when she  saw a runaway coming in her direction. She got out of tho rig to hold  her horse, but instead of going  1 straight ahead tho runaway turned in  and ran between her and the sidewalk, knocking her down and breaking  her nose and cutting her lip. Miss  Thompson was taken care of by her  friends, and came home this morning.  Mr, Thompson has been somewhat unfortunate the past few months, as  this is the second accident that has  occurred to members of his family in  a snort time.  Tho annual mooting of the ffnra-n's  Missionary Auxiliary of the Methodist  church was hold on Tuesday at the  heme of Mrs. ���). W. Jones. Most encouraging reports were given by the  secretary, Mrs. A'dams, and Treasurer  Mrs. Knight. After tho bu-incss had  been dispensed with an inten sting program entitled "A Vision of faster"  was gone through and was taken  part in by Mrs. Fuller j Mis. fTenning  and Mrs. Switzer. A reading, "Christ**  entry into Jerusalem was given by  Mrs. Adams and two beautiful solos  were rendered by Mrs, Brook and Mrs.  Oilworth., The Auxiliary have rn'ned  during the year 8l'2(>.tK)  Tho officers     elected for the ensuing  year were:  President.���Mrs. J. W. Jones.  Vice .President.���Mrs. 0. Faulkner.  Rec. Secretary'.���Mrnf P. I.rook.  Cor. Secretary.���Mrs.  !���!. I nngillo.  Treasurer.���Mrs. 0. Knight.  Mission Band Loader. -Mrs. Faulkner  Mrs. Millie    was appointed delegate  to the branch meeting to be held'   in  Chilliwaok on May fith. fith and 7th  At the close re'reshments were serv  ed and a social time spent.  tfam Clapham, tho Yorkshire wrest'  lor and iight-heavyweight champion or  England failed to make good his hoped  for victory over Clarence Eklund Inst  night ia tho Opera House. Although  of much more powerful build ho  apparently not the equal of Eklund in  wrestling technique, and tho latter in  spite of the fact that tho toe hold,  which is one of his great stand-Ins,  was bnrred, brought hs opponent's  shoulders to the mat several timss  without being really once in a danger-  ous position himself. The first full,  at the end of ?.l minutes was given to  Eklund, but disputed by Clapham, no  doubt with some justification, bu'  there was no doubt about the second,  and although Kklund offered to wres  tie another fall there was plainly uo  need.  Preceding the wrestling bout Ursus,  tho strong nian did somo interesting  feats of strength, Ursus, who is travelling in partnership with Clapham, in  ordinary clothes would not strike one  as a particularly strong man, but  ready for business on the stage he  shows wonderful physical dovo'opment.  A display of phy.-ical drill which pro-  faco.l his exhibit ion revealed thi Ice-  ret of his strength in his command  over muscles whieh in most people nre  inert and almost useless. His heavy  weight lifting and other fents were  leudly applauded, especially a sensational one of having a heavy anvil  laid across his body and a local  blacksmith bringing down a succession  of mighty blows on it with n heavy  stodge.  I hut the Okanagan    Telephone Co.,  are    endeavoring    to get the    assistance of the government  in a plan    to  extend their telephone service up    the  west side of the lake was the information convoyed in a    letter read    from  the manager, Mr, Dobie, at Tuesday's  mooting of tho Board of Trade.  Mr, Uobie, after making mention of  the crew which were at work in     Kelowna on    extensions to  the syst nn,  stuted that the company wore making  strong    endeavors    to get assistance  from the    government in tho building  of a line about two miles south     on  th�� Y.estlmn'; side of the lake    round  tho west shore to connect with    both  the Kolowna and Vernon systems, also u    lin?    across    tho     Common igc  f liroiif Ii      submarine    cablo      betwejn  Carr's   Landn^  and  Short's   point. If  tins oould be a-i'ompMshcd, suid    Mr. I  Doblo, an extensive local service nould  be given the people living on the west  side of the  lake.     This move on    the  part   of the  company  had  been    made  pr'n hally  from  the great   number    of  n |i,ir< ! and persistent appeals    from  the people on the west shore of     the  lake for u service and as there was not  sufficient busings     to justify   capital  foing all the way representation    had  been  mado for a  bonus sufficient      to  overcome what   the district was lack-  'ng in subscribers.     The writer     felt  that  in outlying districts of that  kind,  it was a    better    and  more economic;  policy for (he rovcrnment   to    assist  tho companv tlmn  to make tho entire  .nditiire th'n elves, and a'twward*  have tho    operation and  ma;nten-  Amendment to Oame Act  Hits Okanagan  NJ3W  PRIVILEGE   GIVEN   TO THE  INDIANS   WOULD   MEAN   EXTERMINATION Of DEEH  The line when constructed would be  littler a subscribers' or a toll line gnd  those who wished to havo telephones  installed would pay tne regular rent a'  for free exchange with their respective  towns. This would give tbo subscribers of both Kelowna and Vernon free  access to th' s ;')scribcrs on the west  side.  Mr. Dobie said that any encourage  ment the Boat4 could [end to the proposition would bo appreciated by the  company.  A  further item  of the correspondence  read at the me ting was a letter frot  Mr.   Hamilton   I .an jr.   road  superinten  dent for the district stating thnt   all|  the principal rouls of th? district h..4  been  graded  nnd  repaired,   and  truth  facilities greatly  improved.  The    pros]  Lrram of road  work  for  1914  was stij  under advisem n', said Mr. Lang,    bid  he cou'd  assure  the  board that      \\4  items urged by     then, would be giv  preference in the yiar'g schedule.  (Colllitill'tl    nil    1'llL'P    2.)   o   Officers of Local Corps Now  in Training  Thai there is us good IihIi in the  lake as ever came out ol it ia evident  from the success which in being mot  with by local anglers. Mr. .T. Harvey  this morning marched proudly up thu  street with a monster trout whieh  tipped tho bourn at over twelve unci a  half pounds. He took over half an  hour to land nnd required some skilful .manoeuvrinrr at that as the line  was hardly intended (or such hauls.  Next July trains will ho running be*  tweon Oroville and Wen'itehee.  Last year 77,(H)0,(KK) pounds ol copper were produced in Canada,  Samuel Ituihcrford Crockett, the  novelist, died last Monday, lie was  born in 1860. Mr. Crockett entered  the Free Church of Scotland in 1886.  He waB a voluminous writer, "The  Stickit Minister" being amongst the  best known of his works.  Tho local rugby football club will  again moot the Vermin toam at .ho  oity park on Saturday afternoon at  3.30 sharp, and will line up as follows:  H. fl. Creese, Whillis, Power, Hell,  V, jpkins, Manifold, Ferdnam, Thomson  Cameron, Anderson, Anderson, Standing, Martindale and Cameron.  Tho auction sale of the effects of tho  British North American Tobacco Co.,  at thoir Mission ltanch yesterday attracted a big crowd of farmere aud  others interested. The bidding , on  somo of tho articles put under the  hammer was keon and fairly good  pripes wero realized for many of them.  Mr. ,T. C. Stookwell was tho auctioneer and overything was Bold without  reserve.  i'lje oflicer's and non-commissioned officers of tbe local company ol tho  Itocky Mountain Hangers arc at pre*  cut undergoing a special courso of  instruction to qualify them for iheir  dilferent ranks. Kvery night thoy are  hard at work under the instruction of  Quartermaster Sorgt. Youn^man ottho  Instructional Cadre, Victoria, who is  well pleased with the work that is  being accomplished. Indoor and outdoor instructions in drill and tactics  is being given and at the closo of the  six weeks training examinations wilt  be held. It is expected that the local  company will go into camp next  month, but tho time nnd placo hive  not been decided upon. Lieut. Cox of  Winnipeg was in tho city for three dnys  last week giving instructions, but  went to Enderby on Monday, leaving  tho Quartermaster Sergt., to carry on  the work.  "If the new amendment to the provincial game aet whereby Indians are  allowed to shoot deer up to the first  of April is allowed to go on the statute book, there will soon be no doer  in tho Okanagan."  This was the remark of Mr. S. T.  Elliolt, president of the Kolonna  Board of Trade at the monthly mooting of the Hoard Tuesday evening.  The Kelowna Board of Trade linve  been actively interested for sometime  past in the prevention of the slaughter of game, und it waB only recently  that they passed a strong resolution  that the provincial government enforce  a close season on does for two yew,  and that they prohibit tho sale of  onison at any time throughout ll"  Okanagan Valley in consequents1 of ths  wholesale slaughter that hud hen ���  going on- This the provincial1 secretary, Ur. H. K. Young, intimated he  would bring to the attention of the  government. '    -   '  It would appear, however, that an  amendment had been made or was suggested to the game aot permitting Indians to shoot buck deer up to the  first of April.  "This was a serious matter" said  Mr. Elliott, "and required immediate  attention. Such an amendment would  at onco nullify the excellent work that  Deputy Game Warden Sullivan had  been carrying out in this district in  protecting game. Several Indians bad  been found recently with venison in  their poiression, but Mr. Sullivan was  quite helpless in the matter as it v.as  impossible to say whether it was buck  or doe meat so that practically tbe  ���aw waa a dead letter. It waa a well  known fact, which could be supported  on the best authority, that Indiana  had in tho past shot does ior the purpose of then; laws. This waa a specially favorite dish of the Indians. If  ihis sort of thing were allowed." concluded Mr. Elliott, "there would soon  bo no deer in the valley,"  It was unanimously resolved that a  special committee be appointed to  draft a resolution for presentation to  the government.  Mr. Allan Brooks, a well known '  Okanagan sportsman and taxidermist,  who was in Kelowna on Wednesday, in  tho course of an interview stated he  entirely agreed with the stand that  the Kclowna Board of Trade bad taken in endeavoring to, have ths amendment repealed. Special emphasis, he  aaid, ought to be made in connection  with the prohibition of the sale of all  game, and the game act, in the main,  left as it had been during the past  two or three years. The system of  having the open season for game birds  declared by an order in council a  short time previous to the said open  season was detrimental' to tho intcr-  sta of game protection as there should  bo one specified season known somo  considerable time beforehand.  Mr. Brooks stated that magpies aad  crows had recently increased considerably in the Okanagan. They were the ,  chief enemies of game birds in the  spring and destroyed at least three-  fourths of the nests of all game birds  and water fowl in the well-settled sections of the distriot. He strongly advocated that the government grant a  small bounty for destroying these pests  and their eggs. It might be stated  that Mr. Brooks has the finest collection of birds' skins in Western Canada. ^B  ���o-  BIG SAWMILL F11IE  Fiio, which started in tho conveyor  to tho boiler room early Saturday  morning, completely destroyed the  plant of the Alberta Lumber Company  Iho south shore of False Creek,  Vancouver, anil binned ��� largo amount  ol lumber stored in the yards. 'ihe  damage is estimated at $150,000. Insurance covers half of tho losa.  About 11)0,000 feet of lumber vaa  burned in the yard,, while ovor lo.tiOO  feet waB stored in the mill.  Nearly half a million boxes, squill  to something like 26,500,000 pound.,  of British Columbia apples v/ert ;nar-  keted last season, according to figures  compiled by R. O. L. Clark, chief inspector in British Columbia for ihi  Dominion fruit inspection department.  The Okanagan Distriot W.C.T.U. will  meet ia convention at Summarland  April 30 and M,av 1st. Summerland is  prepared to receive a large delegation  from Kelowna union. All members are  eligible to attend.  An important conferonos of superin '  tendents of InBiirnnco of the four Western provinces will probably bo hel I  in Calgary on May 13. Insurance a-  fain in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia will he  discussed, in the bono that uniformity  in insurance law and in regard to ths  I requirements may bs finally attained. KELOWNA  RECORD  ss ** ���� ������ ��s ���� ���� ����� ��e a* ����� *��  **  �����  professional and  *���    Business cards    �����  at <  ��t at ����� tt e* ��tt **��****��*��  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  lURHlSTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   ���   Keloiona, B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  HeweLon Block, Kelowna   .   'Phone 206  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S.. B.C.L.S  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone U7. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Exhibition*^ Hoyal College   of   Music,   and lately  ���nti KenHnck Pyn*, Mm. Doc., On*niM ol the  Cathedral, Manchester, F.nf.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, K.-lowna.  Music   nf   every   description   supplied.  P.O. Boy JI17  RICHARD II.  PARKINSON  BlllliSII COLUMBIA LAND  SJRVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Survey, and Report, on Iniiation Worka  Application, for Water Licen.ee  KELOWNA. B.C.  H G ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M. Inal C.E , A.M Can. Soc. C.E. J.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cicil Engineers and Land Surceuora  Water Sjpply, Irritation. Subdivi.iona, 6x.  3, Crowley Block  P.O. Box 261  Phqne 131  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  l ENT 1ST  p. 0. Bog me  Tbone 50  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives Uascni in  I'lANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  ���bo  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise'  STUDIO��� Morriion-llioiTpirn Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plant and Specific nlions Prepared  and estim ites given (or public Build  ingl/i own ana Country Keaidrncea  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PI IONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SIIUCKON  (Gradual. McCill Univ.rally)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Meeeaeee  may  be   left  el   tiie   office  of  Maura. Raltenbury At William.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (Aeeociate Ro.al Coll... nf Onjaniata  London, England)  Orj.nial  of St. Michael &  All Angel.'  Church, receive. Pupila for  Organ, PianoJorte. Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at hi. own or pupila' reiidence.  to children  P.O. Bos 641. Telephone 120  Addre,. Abbott Street  3-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNC CO.  Chineee Merchant, and Etaploxm.nl Office  Contracte of every kind undertaken  Sefiefectory work a-jaranter d  ELI AVFIHUe  Be'ween ' bbottoi WeterStrcete  Nut Abbott Street Bridt.  Telephone 14  P.O. Boa 26  KELOWNH RECORD  Publiahed every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rata:  11.60   par rear:   76... ill   month.    Dni  State. M oeata additioaal.  Ail nbeeriptloaa pavabl. In advance.  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Wo aro in receipt this woulc of it lot-  tor lor publication from a resident of  l''.nst Kelowna, bearing upon tho employment of Orientals. Wo nro obliged  to withhold this, however for tllo  present, as no name is given and ilis  strictly agninst our rules to publi. h  anonymous corroaponden *o.  Apropos ol the plan suggested ol  laying out Bernard avenue with central boulevards, it may be interesting  lo note what was said on this method  by a member ol the Vanoouver Parks  Board who strongly advocated this  laying out  Burrard strcvl. 1I�� says:  "The centre boulevard is the mo it  modern type ol street improvement,  The cities ol tho west, sueh as Uegini,  Calgary and Winnipeg, have nll adopted it <m their wide thoroughfares, niivl  anyone who sees ono is Inrmodiatoly  converted."  Th 're aro two blocks on Burr.ird  street fin'shcel with the centre lio'lle-  vard, from Hastings lo Dunsmiiir  street, and those who have seen it cc.n-  fees to having been won over to advocating   it for the whole street.  Board of Trade Meeting  (Continued from Pago One.)  Penticton Wants Broukwator.  Two resolutions wero forwarded froc  the Penticton Board of Trade lor en  dorsation. The first referred to lb  need ol a breakwater at tho south en  ol the lako, and ran as follows:  "Whereas the town of Penticton ia  situuted nt tho southern extremity o  Oknnagan Lako, and is subject lo th  lull sweep oi tho north winds; and  Whereas in the past, launclus and Bail  ing boats have froquontly been woshe  ashore and badly damaged, or sun  at their moorings through lack o  shelter; and Whereas, it is deairabl  that some place of shelter should be  provided for sailing -boats and other  small eralt coming from the different  points on the lake, where th.-y can  remain in saloty and land their passengers or cargo; Therefore bo it resolved that wc, the Penticton Boinl  ol Trade do earnestly petition tho nonunion "ovornment lo construct a  breakwater and landinr plooo til some  convenient point, for the purpoao of  lnnd'nj and mooring small craft.'1  This was endorsed by the mooting,  but the second resolution which ashed  the government to provide a larj.vr  dredt'o for use in the operations being  concluded on the Okanigan river,  south Irom Penlielon. was lelt ovor  lor the present in ordor that the secretary might secure further information roirnrding il.  Weekly Local Market Scheme  Tho project of a weekly market for  Kclowna was broached again, but  want of information on tho subject  prevented any real discussion. Hr. Lionel V��� Taylor expressed himself as in  favor of the scheme.  He said that at present farmers  bringing produce from the country had  to go round hawking it to tho stores  nnd probably find that the stores wero  ull full up and could not buy any  more. If wo had a weokly market ihe  people could some and buy theur supplies direct from the farmer, lie  thought the stores would support Iho  idea, as they really would rather not  be bothered with farmers' produce. Ho  pouted out too, that farmers would  be able to fix the market price n  stead of taking what the stores liked  to give  Hr, Casorso thought tho town ta*  not lurge enough to support such an  institution.  Eventually it was decided that thi  secretary shou'd endeavor lo socure information Irom towns of similar sire  whioh had markets as to the mothods  Peculiarities of the Trees  Breathe,    Eat,   Sleep,   And   are IU-  Nevor Die ol Old Ag��  Trees literally breathe, inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbonic acid gad,  Tho leaves are the lungs ol the tree.  On the lower Rtirface of the luaf Me  vast multitudes of minute mouths or  npenin/H 1100.000 to the square inch.  it is estimated) which admit tho air  and expel the carbon.  There are other openings, called It 11-  tloels, in Oie dark dots and lines whloh  can be easily seen on the twigs ami  smooth branches, which help the leavoa  just as the pores of the akin help tiie  lungs. The perspiration of plants is  teehnleally known ns transpiration.  The exhalation of water from the  leaves is very groat. That from a largo  oak is estimated at 160 gallons a day  (luring the summer. The evaporation  of water from the forests is fully us  important as that from tho ocean, if  not more so. Tho ocean alone could  not produce rain enough to sustain  vegetation.  The tip ends of the tree roots absorb moisture from the ground, oven  in zero weather, but the passage ofi water from the roots up the trunk is ie  tnrded until winter relaxes its hold.  The largest roots anchor the tree to  the soil and do but little else. Hie  slender rootlets and the tips of the  large roots collect t,ll that part of the  t roe's food which comes from tho  ground.  Trees eat and drink through the  leavea and tho rootlets. While thoy  breathe alt the time, day and night  rain or shine, as steadily as we do,  they feed only part of the time. 1'liey  sleep in the night, during rainy weather and throughout the winter. Tho  growing season is very short, ending  by midsummer. The summer droughts  out oft or diminish tho supply of water. Tho leaves are battered and eaten by insects.  A long period of rest is essential  that twigs may harden and the wood  ripen, Careful preparation for winter  takes the place of further thickening of  the trunk or lengthening of the limits.  'Ihe twigs and stems and roots must  be stocked with food. Tho trees  strive to take in all the, nutritious  pints of each leaf before it casts it  off. When winter comes it generally  finds the tree ready. The lenticols are  sealed during the winter to prevent the  breathing away of the tree's moisture.  Each leaf i�� a laboratory, whore  minerals and gases, water and sunshine are made into nourishment for  the living issue, from which comes  wood, cork, flower, fruit and a large  number of gums, o:U, e^seneos aud  perfumes which have become indispensable in art, manufacture and medicine.  The leaves take oharge of the no-ir-  ishment of the tree as soon as they  open- They prepare food only in the  daytime and in the presence of tho  sunlight; the mor? warmth the more  work. They make 0 complex substance  known as starch, containing oxrygen,  carbon and hydrogen. The tree find*  its growing season inaugurated when  it is supplied with foliage. Eaoh leaf  is a builder. A large sugar maple is  estimated to haw 482,000 leaves, pre  srnting to the sunlight an nre�� of half  un acre,  Tho wood of the tree is n:��t alive  n ither is the bark. Burt between the  bark, and tho wood is n peculiar colli)  lur substance known ns cambium  which is the living pari of th<* tree,  from which new tissues are developed.  This ministry, by tho leaves, is what  lengthens the branches and roots rnl  adds to |hfl tree's diameter. Tho up  ward mornting of the sap remains ono  of the unexplored mvsterles of plant  lifo. Tf a tree iB inrdled it usually  dies because the des?ending sou cannot reach the roots, whieh Boon perish  of starvation from lack of the food  sent thorn by tho leavoa.  A tree does not din of old ago. It  noaufflufatei infirmities with the years  and has many diseases. Tt may starve  ���ir die of thirst'; oaliTpillars may eat  lis folliage, scale bugs suck its juices,  brotles tunnel under the bark, scab,  runt, moulds, rot, blight, -may prey upon il. The wind is alco an enemy.  of conducting thorn and thoir suojuss  or otherwise.  Il was decided to forward resolutions to tho government urging the  early construction of tho new post  office and the proposed armory and  drill hull, and also to nress upon the  provincial government tho need of a  new courthouse to takr the place of  tho present disreputable shack, which  has to do duty for one. Much amusement was created during a discussion  on this subject by a suggestion that  tho "courthouse" bo shipped down to  the coast to let the government tetf  what it was like. A compromise is  to be made, however, by sending a  photograph,  It was stated that in Connection  with Mission Crook the government  had expended about $1700 in uddition  to the 81000 eon'ributed In labor by  the fanners.  SECOND HAND  = STORE =  A. E. COX      .  Succrasor ter II. Morruclt.  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model. Rotary Hook  on Enay Terms, $3 per  monlli.  Liberal Discount (or Cash.  Parts (or all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  'I'gtmSDAY. APRIL S3, MM  IMP  ���*mmmma  ***>  W. f. A1TKEN  BUILDER Ac CONTRACTOR  Plana nnd ksliu ates  finishing  woik a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds ol Light  I Ittulini;.     Prompt.  attention  given to  all orders  W. P. Meredith   -    Prop  Phone 65  or call at A. Cox'a Second-hand Store  Store of Plenty  This is the season of the  year that your preserves  are running low.  Why not have a change and  try some pure jam ? We handle  only the best at very moderate  prices  Kootenay Jams, made in B.C. - 40c tin  Chiver's pure jams, in pails   - $1 pail  WagstafFs pure jams, in pails - $ 1 pail  Duerr's pure jams, in glass   - 45cbot  If you do not care (or Jam try some of  Malkins Best Canned Fruits  Guaranteed the finest on the market  Once tried, Always used  For Satisfaction, try  m* S 0  THEST0RE0FPLEN1  Opera House  Ap. 29  Oliver Eckhardt  Company  in WILLIAM A. BRADY'S  greatest play  Bought  and  Paid  Georgia  Mi'IioIh, ns "FANNY"  " The. author has never written a. better story than "Boug it  and Paid For.' Nor has a more capable cast ever presented  any of his plays, than this present company. It is a well-  known (act that " Bought and Paid For " is one of the greatest  successes ever scored by a dramatic play in this country."  For  By GEORGE BR0ADHURST  Read the Book, See the Play  An absolutely true picture of everyday life  the most romantic plot ever conceived; a  new story ; grandly pure and truthful in  development.  Prices: $1, 75c, 50c. ���.,....      i.j, ,     ill i  iiaea<B.^aa>SBnaaap]  THBBSBAf. APBa 33, 1914.  KELOWNA RECORD  ���������  ^ ROYAL t  YEAST  MAKES PERFECT BREAD  Municipal Borrowing  on Basis of  Population  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English-Churches)  Plants  in great variety  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A fresh supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived  CUTFLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phon. *       PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O. Box 117  _ jur    "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doora north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking. Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, &c.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  Sea our stock of Now and Second.Hand Harneaa.   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pad* and Back Pacta,       They can ba washed.  WATER STREET  THOMLINSON  Harneaa Maker  Store adjoining the 25c .lore  KELOWNA  Phon. 257  P.O.Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  (Sucseseore to the' Morrison-Thompson Co.] v  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.     .  ,      Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop: ..-,, ^..,v, .   r�� o  Costes, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  The baseball Benson ia rapidly drawing near and although Kalowna is a  little bohind the other citiea of the  league in forming their olub, owing to  the tardiness of the people themselves  in coming forward to support the enterprise, the local promoters are indeed working hard and energetically  but thoy must have the hearty co-operation ol the people themselves to  succeed. Many good players are wait  in;; the word to report but owing, to  the apparent lack of interest amo.ig  he pcjplo Ihe promoters have been  compelled to go easy. Now as tho  weather warms the fan) begin to clamor lor baseball and there is ltttlc  doubt thai when the season  of the II. C. I, League opens, two  weeks h'.me a team that is able to  hold its own with any team in the  league will be placed' in tho field.  The Vernon olub have be recruited  oa the count in tho vicinit; f Seattle  while tho Kamloops olub Save also  been selected from semi-pro and pro.  players from the Sound cities, and, if  wo may be permitted to make comment on the 'outlook it certainly looks  as if tho .team that defeated Kamloops  would win tho pennant, however Vernon may be looked upon as a possible  contender. Ab to Revels* oke, ��� there  is little information to hand, as thay  appear to be in readiness although  little is known of'their strength. Kelowna have already signed up several  first class men from the coast, among  them being catcher and manager King  Kelly, of Seattle, who has played with  both the Seattle and Victoria clubs in  tho Northweste n league. Pitohers  Boatman of Washington State University and Viotoria; T.. Swindoll from  Brandon, Manitoba. Mr. Swindell is  a son-in-law of Mr. It. A. Copeland of  this oity. Mr. A. Kenning the old  stand by is 'still' with us. Outfielders  Powerless and Estloy, brought up from  Califf, by Seattle have beon secured,  the infield will be made up of one  new inliolclor, together with Fred Banning and A. Patten of last year's club  and R. Patten will fill in at the initial corner.  According to   information    to hand  the players who are expected to    arrive very shortly are good men    and  it is safe to say that the club    will  present as strong a defence and a far  stronger offence    that the last year's  olub.   While   tha    team    lust season  played splendid ball in the field, holding the opposing teams to lower runs  than any or the other clubs, the hitting was lamentably weak,- and thero  is little doubt    that   this department  will Tjo considerably strengthened    hy  the acquisition of tho new material. ,  The local olub opens the Reason    in  Vernon on Wednesday, May 6th    nnd  in Kelowna the following day,   when  arrangements are practically  completed for a    splendid opening   program.  A parade will   be   formed and   led  by the oity band to the baseball park  before the game,   in which will be the  members ef the oity oounoil and every  available automobile In the oity. Every  one   should     turn   out and join the  crowd and support the team, for thoy  are truly deserving of support.  TO  PROMOTE CONSTRUCTION OF  GEORGIAN BAY OANAL  High-Class White Rocks   r  A4ow setting, from specially selected pen, headed by  Beat Male in American Class  at Kelowna Shew, mated with til splendid\pullets, including FIRST  PRIZE breeding pan, First and Second Pullet.  $5.00 p*r 15; Utility, $2.00 per 15  Apply Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  Rutal Route No. I, Kalowna  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. LL DAIRY  A. LANCE . Proprietor  CREAM, BUTTER,, EGGS, flee.  Spatial Cows for Infants  OUR 3?ORE on Pendui Street (north of Kelowna Furniture atore), ia now  open and well equipped for the aale of Dairy Produce. Orders left there will be  promptly attended, to ^^enoanMamfJ  Two Derhrarlee Daily Dairy-   ...a���aaawajjonna ^^  TERMS CASH  Telephone, 27  PWNA. B.C.  The formation of a permanent organisation, whose purpose will be to  promote tha construction of the Georgian Bay oanal and furnish all necessary information for the recently appointed government commission on tho  projeol; and the prosentation to the  governments in favor of tho immediate  start of construction of the great waterway, were the net results accomplished by a delegation of l.OOOwhich  went to Ottawa recently. Of .hose  700 were from Montreal alon <, and the  voice of Canada's metropolis in favor  of the early dndcrtaking of the big project was loud'in the'representations  made to the government in this les-  paot..  OPENING DATE OFC.P.1..  H0TEI..-5  Following are the dates on which ths  Canadian Paoifio Railway will open  the undermentioned hotola for the season ot 1914: Olaoier House, Glacier,  B.C., Hay 1; Banff Springs Hotel,  Banff, Alta., Hay It; Kootenay Lake  Hotel, Balfour, II. C, Juno 1; Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Alta.,  June. Id; Algonquin Hotel, St. Andrews, N)B��� June 15; The Inn, St.  Andrews; N.B., June 15; Emerald Lake  Chalet, Field, B.C., Jobs 15.  other relevant considerations.  A ROMAN FARM FOUND  Many interesting relics have been discovered at Rookbourne, Down, Dorset,  England, where, aa the result ot ex  oavations, the remains ot a small Ko  man farm inside a low earthen enclosure have been unearthed. Tha extent  ot the farm was 96 aores, and the  buildings were onolosed with a ditch,  whioh surrounded a quadrangle 150  feet by 80 feet. There ate a dwelling  house, a bakehouse, snd a granary,  with hypocaust, and the remains cf a  good deal of corn. Quantities of bones  of the horse nnd, or, a large number ot  fragments of New Forest, Saurian and  other ware, including a perfect jug,  pots, purbeok marble vessels, splncllo-  wheels, knife blades and coins from  GallOnius to Constantino were turned  up during the excavation. Inside the  ditch is a barrow belonging to the  Bronte Age, and here also has been  found'an urn, with its eyst and arrow  head.  Official returns ot land saloa by Ihe  Hudson's Bay Company for the peat  twelve months show a serious falling  off. Tbe tales of farm lands deolined  .by t675,000 or nearly 50 per oent and  town lots decreased by 11,336,000, or  more than 90 per cent. The total receipts for the past twelve months were  W.290,00 as against $3,533,000 in the  preceding period.  A movement of some importance in  tbe    matter of municipal borrowings  appear to be foreshadowed in. an arti-  BASEBALL ��� ��� j cle upon    this subject which recently  appeared in the columns of the London Financial News. The article included a table giving the aggregate  and the per, capita borrowings or cities throughout the empire. The por  capita indebtedness of British cities  is uniformly muoh lower than that ol  tho cities of the overseas dominions  Stoke-on-Trent being the lowest with  a debt of 15b lid per head. The list  as applied to Canadian oities is as  follows: '  Hamilton   CilSfl.DOO,  population M>,-  000; per capita bedt ��7,14s id.'  South  Vancouver  ��310,233,   population 311,001); per crtp'ta dtftt ��7,16s,8d,  Fort    William  ��11)8,400, popu'atlon,  22,000, per cupilo debt ��!),7s,0d.  Medieino    Hat ��102,900,   population  16,000, por capita debt  ��10,3s,7d.  Toronto ��5,486,343, population 500,-  000, per capita debt ��10,19s,5d.  Moose Jaw ��418,000, population 28,-  000, per capita debt ��16.  Viotoria ��1,106,599, population   65,-  000, per capita debt ��17 0s.5d.  Montreal ��10,714,976, population  550,000, per oapita debt ��19,9s,7d.  Prince Albert ��302,701), population,  15,000, por capita debt ��20,3s,7d.  Queboo ��1,617,174, population 78,-  190, por capita debt ��20,13s,7d.  Regina ��1,080,100, population -1-V  000, por capita debt ��24.  New Weatminsler    ��478,200, population 18,000, per capita debt ��26,lls,4d  Calgary ��2,044,700, population   75,-  000, per capita debt ��27,5s,3d. /   -  North Vancouver,  ��268,600, population 8,000, per capita debt ��32,ls,0cl.  Winnipeg ��6,222,500, population 190-  000. per capita debt ��32,15s!  Saskatoon, ��1,038,326, population,  30,000, per capita debt ,��34,12s,2d.  Vancouver ��4,621,200, population  122,100, per capita debt ��37,16s,ld.  Point Grey ��622,970, population ,16,-  000, per capita debt ��38,18s,8d.  Port Arthur ��639,900, population  15,654, per capita debt ��40,14s,lld.  Edmonton ��3,776,000, population  70,000 por oapita debt ��53,l!)s,ld.  St. John ��108,400, population 53,-  000, per oapita debt ��2, Hid.  Ottawa ��442,600, population 87,1.63,  per capita debt ��5,ls,8d.  Tho artiolo rotors to the fact '-hat  any analysis of the above table should  make duo allowance for local condi-  ions as for instance the fact that one  ity may have followed nn-entorprl ilng  policy in matters of publio works, thus  leoessitating extensive borrowing,  A'hire another city may have held down  its bonded indebtedness at tho expense of littlo or no progress in social  achievement.  The comparative figures for Ketowna  would be as follows:  Bonded debt ��82,300, population 3,-  000, per oapita debt ��27,8s,8d.  The object in preparing these tables  of comparative figures was to throw  Borne light on the question as to how  far population may be accepted as a  basis on which to judge the soundness  of munioipal borrowings and whether  it would be possible to reduce tho  whole problem of munioipal borrowing  to a scientific basis by means of comparative statistics in which the per-  eapita indebtedness should bo taken  as the deciding, feature, duo allowance  being made for local conditions   and  ASK FOR  The  m  W&  Send for Five Roses  Cook Book-  COUPON  Wrter Nop mi Mka��  |Uah.  Dmc Im# la aKhet Taa CM,  BEING A MANUAL Of COOO RECIPES taaah*.  cHoeaa from tho conttibutiona of vm Iw. teiafe*  ouccaerol turn el Fioo Ram Heat thiaagfcooi f aaais,  AIM UeaM Note, on the varioua cUem ol food tttaj.  to W. al ol wMca In boweaoef.lt> tWM aoa)  to<keckod 01 competent authority.  Hummlmmm*m*TmmmmVM1laWmmm  W. R. GLENN ft SON, Agents   -   Kelowna, B.C.  PER LB.      PER SACK  Oyster Shell -       -   2*c   $2.40  Ground Bone       -       -     5c   $4.00  Beef Scraps - 6c lb., 50-lb. $2.50  Chick Feed, mixed-       -    3c   $2,75  GroatletS or Pinhead Oatmeal -     3*C     $3.00  Cracked Wheat    -       -   2*c   $2.25  Cracked Corn, Fine or Coarse     2^C     $2.55  KELOWNA GROWERS' EXCHANGE  Phone 29  A Store Full of Good  Things to eat at Money-  Saving Prices, at  CAMPBELL'S  CORNER GROCERY  Quality our Aim  Price Economy our System  A few Cash Specials for the Week:  Lobster Special  4-lb cine lobater, put up in aolder-  leaa cana, which are unitary and  eafe.    35c values, our price...25c  Fresh Lobster  I-lb tine freah lobater in sold enamelled lined can. Special for  tha weak at 50c  Wax Beans   ���  Golden waa beana. 2-lb. line,  beat quality 15c aellera, thia week  at 4 for 25c  French Peas  Petit  pAia.  2 tins   Tea Special  With 5 lb of our EliM English  Breakfast Tea, at 5 Ib. far 12.40,  wa will GIVE FREE est Brown  Betty Taa Pat, worth 30c.   Any  "Moyena" apecial   25c  Champignona Choix  French muahroome. Extra choice  Per tin 25c  Can Salmon  Weetem bread can salmon, 2-lb  tin 13c i 2 for 25c  Nabob ealmon, finest red eockeye  perlin 20c  Sovereign    brand    salmon,  tha  choicest obtainable 25c  Powdered Bon Ami. The newest  and beat cleaning preparation  Perpkg ISc  Oatmeal Toilet Soap and Lanolins  Toilet Soap. Beat for tha completion and akin 6 bare, 25c  Real Snaps  A barrel of ginger snapK freah  from tha oven.   2-lb.. 25c  Rice  Finest Siam Rica. 4-lb. 2ic  Peachland Peaches  2-lb tin. ., ISc  Choice yellow peaches in heavy  syrup, put up by the Aylater  Canning Co., Ontario.. .per tin, 20c  Oranges  Oranges have been good this  aaaaon but tha beat will soon be  ���at. We an still offaruag bast  California Navel*, swaat and Juicy  Fresh Rhubarb  ia aheapar.   Sand us yonr wants  Freeh supply of Lettuce, Spinach,  Asparagus, Radish and all othar  Vegetables always oa banal.  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh!  Phone Three Ohl  sn^Manantaan. KELOWNA  RECORD
TWBjSDAY. APRIL 1», 1»H
Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.
LIMITED
(One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year
roots)
Nursery Stock for
Spring Planting
imported French
roots)
APPLES
Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin
Mcintosh     Delict jus     Spitzenberg     Wealthy
Jonathan     King David     Grimes Golden
And other varieties
CRAB APPLES
PEARS
Flemish Beauty Bartlett Du Cornice
PLUMS
Bradshaw       Italian Prunes
CHERRIES
Olivette       English Morello
Our  Stock   haa   Won   Its  Own   Reputation
Price List on Application
OFFICES:
Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5
P.O. Box 274
in Spokane.
\ party of gentlemen, motored ovor
We have what you want—
O-Cedar' Mops and Polish
Carpet Sweepers and
Vacuum Cleaners
Curtain Stretchers
Liquid Veneer
In fact, everything to make housecleaning easy
Morrison-Thompson
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Phone 44
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ENGRAVING-
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ARE NOW BEING MADE IN
WESTERN CANADA BY- THE
MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-
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THE KELOWNA RECORD
City Transfer
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY
All kind, of Light
Hauling. Prompt
attention given >°
-    all orders    -
W. P. Meredith   -
Prop
fjhone 65
orcall at A. Coa'aSacond-haad Store
School Children
Supply
Their
Intellectr
Defective eyes stunt the mind
Can you expect fair progress
In school or success in
business if so handicapped?
Examination of children for
glasses is a special feature of
our Optical Department
J. B. Knowles
JEWELER & OPTICIAN
Excavating and
Well Driving
SCEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED
DRAINS
by day or contract
C. LANCASTER
Cnwston Ave.
P.O. Boi Ml
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TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES
T. Ludlow left on Monday for a visit
to Guelph, Ont.
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Alderman Copeland left on    Friday
for 'a visit to (Irenfill, Sask.
Hr. Lund, of
to Vancouver
visit.
Benvoulin. went down
this week for   a   brief
Mr. Jack Kincaid returned on Monday from the east where he haa be in
attending Queen's University.,
sees
Mr. N. Bornholdt, who had charge pf
tho city band last year, has roturned
to act in the same capacity for     the
coming season.
....
Miss Stark, who has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weddell left
on Monday morning on her return to
England.
Mrs. W. Pearson roturned home on
Tuesday after a visit ol Beveral week
to her parents at Kamloops.
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The first dance of the season in connection with the Aquatio Association
will be held on Thursday, April 30th.
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There will be the usual Church    of
England service   held     in the sohool
house at East Kolowna next Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
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The annual meeting of the Aquatic
Association was held on Tuesday in
the Board ol Trade rooms, the president, Mr. D. W. Crowley in tho
chair. Messrs Crowley, Knowles and
Krrington wero elected directors.
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Mrs. P. B. Willits and Mrs. Fred
Armstrong will give a tea in aid of the
Ladies Hospital Aid next Wednesday,
April'-SOth, nt Mrs. Armstrong's home
on Caddor avenue.   Everybody will be
Miss Eva Patterson, who is attending   school    at     Summerland College  welcomed
spent laBt week end in the city visiting
friends. At the Methodist churoh on Sunday
• •   •   • next, tho evening service will be of   a"
The regular     meeting of the Ladies' specially musical character. The ohair
Hospital Aid will lie hold on Monday| will render "Festal Song" by.Edmund
next, April 27th at 3 o'olock in thi Turner, as lately given by the oonv
Board of Trade rooms. bined Anglican church choirs at Von-
• •   *   e couver.
Mrs. James Copeland returned to the
city on Friday morning laat alter j There will be no servico at the Bap-
spending several   weeks with relatives   list church on    Sunday in order    to
allow tho members to attend the Oddfellows servico at the Presbyterian
•hurch, where the Rev. D. J. Wehh,
Irom Kamloops and spent Sunday in the pastor is officiatincj, along with
the city. Among them wero Messrs. G. Rev. A. Dunn.
H. Albrighton, Leo. L^nwin, Pete Herod
and Stuart Harper.'
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Tho Kelowna Bugby Football Club
has lost, but only lor a time, it is
hoped, the services ol Mr. J. E. Lloyd
of the Bank of Montreal, one of its
most popular and energetic members.
Mr. Lloyd has been transferred temporarily to Kamloops and left on
Saturday morning.
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At the city police court on   Friday,
On Tuesday, May 5th, Rev Dr. Spencer is to give an address on "Shall
there bo a Banish the Bar crusade in
B. C." in the Methodist church. Dr,
Spencer, who is well known as e
temperance worker throughout Canada
will be supported by the local ministers and temperance workers.
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Mr. J. E. Keekie, president ol the
Okanagan United Growers, Ltd., arrived    home     on Saturday afternoon
before Magistrate Weddell, Cal. Black- \ '«><•> a two weeks trip to the prairies
wood was charged with having oreeted in company with Mr. R. Robertson,
a disturbance on tho night of ths 14th manager. While away these gentlemen
last., by being drunk, on Lawrence I visited Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon
avenue. Cal. denied the oharge, but' Moose Jaw, Regina, Weyburn and Win-
the magistrate, after hearing evidence, <»P«g and made satisfactory arrange-
imposed a fine of $20 and costs    una
interdicted Blackwood indefinitely.
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The annual district meetings of the
Methodist church for tho Okanagan
will be held in Kelowna on May 6th,
when ministers and representatives of
tho various churches from Enderby to
Keremeos will assemble to discuss the
business prior to the provincial conference at Kamloops. The meetings
will be held in tne Methodist church.
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Mr. G. Baker, formerly manager of
the Vernon Fruit Co., with warehouse
here was in tho oity for a few days
last week and returned to' Vernon on
Monday. Whilo here Mr. Baker closed
up the affairs of the company's local
business, the office and warehouse having been taken over by Stirling k Pit-
cairn. ■
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Encouraging progress is reported in
the formation of a local cricket club,
and practice will start soon. An outfit of practice note and other necessaries have been sent for, and should be
here in the course of a few clays. The
bats are already to hand. Anyone
wishing to join the club sho.ild rand
in his name at onco to Mr. H. B.
dribble, room 9 Willits blook.
ments   for   the wider distribution
fruit and produce of the growers
those points.
Orchard City Lodge Nc
ordialTy   in ito    visitin
No. 89, I.O.tLF.
cordially in ito visiting members ol
the order to join them at the lodge
room, at 10.30 a.m., Sunday, April
301 h' and parade with them to Knox
Presbyterian ohuroh where divine
Semites, to commemorate the 95th an-
tiivorsary of the order will be conducted by Rev. Bro. A. Dunn, and Rev.
Bro. D. J. Welsh at the hour of U
a.m.
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Mr. D. D. Campbell' has just taken
forward step in the purchase of a
motor delivery car, the growth of his
business having rendered necessary
rome quicker mean, of conveyance.
The oar is a "Ford" purchased from
the Burbank Motor Co., the usual
touring body being replaced with a
handsome van body, resplendent in
brilliant red with the name In gold.
letters. The car ia extremely light
and handy, and should prove ranch
more efficient than horses.
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Trench's drug atore have arranged to
havo 8. L. Taube, the well known aye
sight specialist of Vanoouver, be . at
thoir atore on Saturday, May 2nd. If
von have anything wrong with your
eyes make it a point to see Mr. Taube
Make all arrangements with Mr. W.R.
Trench. 33-8
A decided and long needed improvement has been made in the opera house
the floor of whioh has been raised
about three feet and sloped towards
the stage. This will enable all in the
body of the house to have an equal
chance oi seeing all that goes on.
Manager Duncan has ordered up-to-
date opera seats to accommodate all
in the body ot the hall, thus adding
another convenience for his many patrons.
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The Boy Scouts of Kelowna are in
for making their concert on the 30th
u success, and to this end have been
employing devices' of their own, to
draw the attention of the publio to it.
On Saturday they commandeered the
balcony of the Palace hotel and by
means of large sized letters held hy
members of the troops did some effective advertising, whioh attracted considerable attention from the busy shoppers.
The old Dreamland Theatre ia undergoing a transformation-and wilt in
two weeks timo, be used aa a bowling
alley, Under the supervision of Mr.
H. H. Arnold, of tb* Brunswick Balke
Callenclar Co., a gang ol carpenters
are busily engaged in installing three
alleys of tournament length which are
the best that oan ba produced. Every
effort is being mado to bring this new
place of amusement up to date so
to cater to the needs ot tha many
lovers of bowling in the oity. The alleys will be. under the same management as the Opera House.
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If your eyea are troubling you ot
your present glasses are not satisfactory make it s point to see Mr. Taube
the well known optical specialist who
will be at Trench's drug atore, on Saturday, May Snd. Make all appointments with Mr. Trench. 32-3
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BIRTHS
GIBSON.-At Kelowna on April 17th,
to Mr. and Mrs R. H. Gibson, a son.
KBEN.-At Kelowna on April 21st, to
' Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Keen, „ daughter.
...
DAVJ.ES> At Rutland, on Easter Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs.- T, Davies, a
daughter.
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HINKS.-At Kelowna on April    17th
to Mr. and Mrs. Hinks, „ daughter, j
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P.
& Co., Ltd*
Wholesale and Retail
MEAT MERCHANTS
Fresh Meat Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
W. LUDLOW, Manager
KELOWNA -
Phone 135
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OK LUMBER CO..Ltd.
Are now  completely etiiiipped to supply all   yotv
hunlcr needs.
We have now a larce stuck of local aad coast
ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER
ot   liiirli   crade  qualilv nti.l in splendid condition.
A complete line of
DOORS AND WINDOWS
LATH AND SHINGLES
Phone 154
P.O. Bos 19
/. A BIGGER
Contractor and Builder
LAWRENCE AVENUE
Estimate. Furni.hed an all lands of building..      Residences sad Modem'
Bungalows a Specialty.
Interior Finishing, House Painting. &
7~    Decorating by Contract
1 have a full lias of interior decorations, consisting of tha latest aad ssaat my.
to.data wall hangings.    Call and inspect raj stock of Wallpapers aad urn ssy
estimate oa jour spring painting and decorating. '
City aad country patronage solicited
'COAL
COAL
Famous Tiber Smokeless Lump and
Pensvjvania Hatd
in Nut, Stove Und Egg sizes
W.HAUG
'Phone -66
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   U— j ..ti.'U i^.iya^aasasssaaaasjWSIaSW  THtB60AT. APB1X 48, 191*  sfeSBrJBSMiefSSSSHSlSJlr^^  ���MBJ  ass  GIVE HER  Something for the  Dressing Table  A woman's dressing table  is never full to overflowing  with hat pirn or beautiful  toilet article., if men only  realized how a lovely new  hand mirror, brush and  comb, would delight their  wivesl  A complete setting; of Cut Glass  would be a source of pride to  you when company comes.  We have exquisite pieces and  sets, and we would like to have  you come in and look at them  W.M.Parker��C  -THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  Crowley Block:    _, Kelowna, B.C.  Telephone 270  tf.  m  KBLOWNA  For Hah-Health  B Rsasll ��M�� Htir Toast dsss  mt. Issarsvs tin fcsstth of yoor  ���etto ind Mr, we will pa/for  what you ass imam tut UUt,  We could not so strongly endorse  BexaU "ss" Hair Tonio and continue  ���tVH^tf " ?V* "ftp".? �� d^  ���"' <S> aiS!cl��i& PwM it not  ."*# otitis", ��?_��������  Where Styles Never  ���nS-wtruld loss faith in us, we  would lose weir patronage, aad our  buslaess would suner. 7  B your hair la fslUng out or you  ^^'^SSt^Ae  Jo wdteate the dandruff, give health  iotbs scalp, itimulate new hair  srowth aod prevent premature bald.  ' "J* then any other human agency.  aaV��� **"* irou *�� ">���*��� us provo  this.   Weasky��itorlskndinone<  Fashion  Plates   Unknown  Parts of Europe  $��&":   Buy a bottle of    "W".Hair TouTe, uss it according to  direetlons for thirty days; thm if  I  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  DON 20MBH0 IS A BAY STALLION  15.3 hands, aired by Zon';ro, dam  Rambler staid, by Bodgirl, by- Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro stasted 2 years ago in tha  three-minute trot or pace at Kelowna  and Vernon, winning both races, "making s' mark at Vernon of 2,33.    .'  Some of'his colts are stepping    in  , better than 2.30 before they are   two  years old. notably Zombronum, whioh  promises to be in the 2.10 list in 1914  He is a beautiful darv mahogany  bay, a great producer, and kind ind  gentle in disposition.  Dan Zombro will stand for service  at Mas Jenkins & Co.'s stable  TERMS: $ 15 for single leap; $20  for season; $25 to insure  (Payable whan mare proves to be in foal)  R.A.COPELAN6  -   Owner  KS-S?** tttirslysatisfied, oome  KM?* *od "* "��� WfPP'f hand  back the mousy you paid usfor It.  We won't ask you to sign any-  thbu, nor am to bring ths bottle  Back. We won't obligate you In  mrjnrA  Ws wOl take your mere  cSud  ourbeUet^.  aad our honesty of purpose in reecm-  maading it to your  KmU'WHair Tonio is as pleasant to use as spring water ai!iFha.  bute faint, pteuing odor. It comes  m two sues of bottles, SOo and 11.00.  You eaa buy Kesall "S3" Hair Tools  in this eommunity only at our store: ^^  P. B. WILLITS 4 "CO.   Bernard Avo.  As   ��p&\* srter s^EaVsa  tort Irttata.^Tter. ��To3fcS!tR.Sil  H^y fox rwlyevmorcltoary human 111-  **" ***" M*Dn��8tete?  1 predominant. obaraoterietjos;  '! men's costume, and the one  particular attention is paid, is the coil  | or cap.   Every town and village has a  style distinctly its own whereby    the  Some initiated can tell at a glanoe whether  I the girl comes from Goes or    Volen-    dam, Marken or Zealand.  There are hundreds of thousands of Many of the caps are of the most  women in Europe today who have exquisite laoe, some plain, others or-  never seen a fashion book. There are namented with wingiike decorations  young girls to whom Easter has never' ol precious metal. The Dutch wo-  meant new hats or spring. styles, but men love the glitter and tinkle ol  just the time to leave off two winter gold, and gold ornaments hang from  petticoats and the heavy woollen sooks.' their dress and hair   and   caps   with  Thero are rosy-cheeked maids     who   more recklessness than reason,  make their   dresses-after   the   models      The   love of ornaments,   sometimes tumes��� the dresses worn by the peas-  Tha: rari#ii�� of fashion do not seam  to mtmim- peasant now; they note  with iiafifssranoe the changes of costume and cling mainly to the dress  whioh has descended through generations,    .-  The Norwegian fete dress consists of  dirigible  laoe laoket and leather girdle set takcn apart, ^ . ^ *^wnlhm  with silver, and indispensable are the KOndola cpaM, of being xasUy traae-  many   rows   of chains holding a gilt | port^ by raU or road, has natlKgoas  silver pendant.   The kerchief  and I  cap are covered with silver, tin   and  brass plates,   buttons and   ringa   being used ad libitum.  The costume ol the loeland belle   ia  almost like some of the Austrian cos-  their great grandmothers wore.     And  of chains and trinkets, oftener of mas-  Mrs. M. E, Farrell  '.   FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, B.C.  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Spring Suits and Coats  And is now ready to take orders for  made-to-measure garments for the Crown  -Tailoring Co.  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER 4 CONTRACTOR  | Plant,   Specification,   and  Furnished  Estimates  there is �� great charm in the simpli- sive jewelry, and with large red or  city of the gayly colored oostume, as green stones, is oommon to the warm-  one sees it oa a happy young girl' blooded women of the south. There  singing at sunrise in the fields ' or color runs riot in .costumes, and  bringing home the baskets of fish st' Spain particularly they have united in  sunset. j an admirable   fashion,    the   practical  In Brittany the wooden shoes cr with the .picturesque,  ���abots, so long - considered a distin- The women wear a voluminous ukirt  gujshed feature ol Holland, are urii- of lino cloth, extending below the  versally worn���perhaps more so than knees and trimmed about the bottom  in Holland. For there is a growing' with bands of blaek velvet, and over  tendency to discard tha old custom, this a joyously colored apron edged  But in Brittany the people aire super- with gold laoe and passemeterie. The  stitious to an intense degree and seem close fitting jacket reaching the hips,  to regard it as a religious duty that the seams are outlined in gold lace end  they Bhall wear the costumes of their j the sleeves slashed open from the el-  ancestors and continue'the trades .and bow to the waist, to reveal white un-  daily duties that made up the life of a derstoeves belonging to the chemisette,  hundred years ago.     ~ An immensely Ion?; coral chain     in  In the Spreewald, that Holland of wound countless limns about the  Germany, where the streets are streams ' throat "and dandling from it the sac-  and the'people pole up and down the  red-medallions   and   variously   sized  ants in Tyrol and in Bavaria.  Some of the Tyrolean mountaineers  costumes an simple, just a full gathered skirt in a flowered pattern, an  apron, i heavily embroidered in roses  and edelweiss, a Httle black bodice  worn over a fine white chemise, and  then a handkeroh'ef crossed over the  ends tucked under the belt.  It is only among the very old in  Wales and Ireland that the old costumes are worn. Of imperishable memory is the red Oonnemara ooleen cloak  shallow, winding canals, tbe inhabitants cling to the old costume, and in  thoir little colony, although there are  differences in , headdress and the number ol petticoats, the anoient custom is  followed exactly. ,  The most important thing is ' the  petticoats. There is one on top of  another, layer after layer, and the  more petticoats the richer and finer  the maid. Over the top skirt comes  nn elaborate apron gaily embroidered  in many Colors, and this, like the cap  changes with the occasion���now plain  for the week day and work, now elaborate and trimmed with lace for Sundays and fete days. The women, for'  the most part, go bare foot when they  work in the damp fields and pole down  the shallow streams in thoir flat-  bottomed punts; and Sunday is the  onlv dav they piTtTon stockings���whito  thick ones, and the stiffly starched  caps with broad white wings and Ion;  lace streamers.  crosses, the whole forming a plastron  which reaches to the waist.  The hail' is plaited, tied with black  elastic and allowed to hang down behind.  But in stern contrast to this freedom of dress Ib the stifling, clumsy  dress of the black hooded women, still  to be seen in Mostar, in the Balkan  States. This costume is an evidence  of fanaticism even more extreme than  has ever been known in. Turkey itself. Closely veiled in a woolen hood  and. cape of blaok, they are forced, in  addition to this, to wear two veils  over the faci. No matter how hot  the day or how murky the weather,  they aro not permitted to lift even  a corner of the cape for air.  In Iceland and Norway the costumes are much the same, for it is  generally believed that the fir t settlers, way back 'in the days of the  Vikings, went to Iceland from the  Scendinavian peninsula, nnd took the  In the rural districts ol Ho'land the costumes and customs with them.  successful tests try the French ftovera-  ment, and will bs used ss ��� aodut  cruiser in ths aerial navy ol that oountry. It is equipped with a boriioa-  tal propeller by whieh it may bs lowered within reach of the Undrnr; craw  without the ass- of guide ropes. Vertical descents have been mads from as  greet a height as 1,000 feet by thi*  means and the number of awn required to operate the oar is thus reduced considerably. Two vertical propellers besides the horonmtal one an  provided, and two 90 lone power engines drive the dirigible at a speed of  about 40 miles an hour. When taken  apart the dirigible is loaded upon  two trucks, each hauled by a tractor.  Later models' wOl bs so constructed  so it is said,   that the gondola   will  old   women  quaint "stovepipes."  and the native Welsh Jress is not less  take the plana   of one tractor.     The  dear to tht lovers of the picturesque,   g��� bag has a Sapaeity of about 230,-  with ila high rotnted hat worn above  000 cubic feet,  a frilled lawn cap, the worsted shawl,  the short petticoat, ths white apron,  the   trim   shoes.   Only the extremely ATLANTIC MAIL SUBSIDIES LAPSE  in Wales   still wear the ___  The Atlantis mail subsidy contract,  expire at the ead of the present momh  and their renewal is receiving lbs intention of ths Postmaster-General. I'-ii  With an eye to th. .hipping of grain ' ^P" '��t^fk'7U~iVd *���    ���  by the Pacific   from Albert.! a tVads  Z��^^ ** 'ft**���*  Allan, Whits Star, and Canadian Jvor-  whe�� th. Panama Canal is opened, the '�� ZliloT"^ *��* ��***}*>**  government ha. called for tender, fo. '����2?^ ^T T"?f ���fT***  a government   owned interior storage' T^ **??***��� 7* isatoed ���  .l.v��t���r .�� n.i     t..j f  I ��' ""a" ""dy wsafcends, and    the  service worked satisfactorily. With cer-  SELECT SITE AT COAST  elevator at Calgary.  be in by June 1.  The nw elevator will have a capacity of 2,500,000 bushels, and will-rost  over }1,000,000.  The site for the terminal elevator  to be built at the ooast, it is expected, will be selected very shortly,  and it is hoped to get the elevator  under way this summer.  ���  At a depth of 2000 feet the largest  gas well in the world has been struck  at Oil Springs, Ontario. If they keep  on drilling in that section a vast lake  of petroleum may be discovered at a  great depth.  tain possible readjustments it is   e��  peoted ths eontraota will bs renewed.  ' EXPENSIVE CHERRIES  An eleven pound bos of California  cherries was sold recently in Phuadtl-  phia, for $58, aooottfang to reports le-  ceived here. It was ths first box of  cherries told la Philadelphia this yea:  The regular prioe lor cherries during  the summer season is approximatelv  12.50 a box.  The sale of a box ol cherries in Canada for |30 was reported by sao.her  California shipping firm.  toother Big Qoud-Burst  $1 buys  as much as $2  at other timet  Men's Clothing  and! Furnishing.  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps,  from all the best  makers at'  Half Price  .f Bargains.. Richmond's  Assignee's Sale  Friday, Saturday, and coming week will reach  the climax for Money-Saving Opportunities. Every  article in the store has been priced away down  for a sp>eedy clearance. And we especially urge  you to iuy enough merchandise NOW to do you  Sj  for months to come, as we may receive instructions any day from the assignee to close the store  Dry Goods  Buy your Dry  Goods now and  save  This opportunity cannot last  long  Cut down the high cost  of living by buying enough merchandise now to do you for a year  at thit Sale  W. B. M. CALDER, Receiver  at Richmond's Store  Nothing Reserved  Everything Goes  - * ���'��� - mm  KELOWNA  RECORD  TJHDBSDAY. APRIL W, MM  $13 Men's  Blue Suits  Guaranteed to give  satisfaction. Fast dye  good quality material  well cut and tailored  A large seine-lion of oilier  pieces at $15, $18, $22, $23  and $25. The quality is r glit,  the cut is right, and the prices  are right. I know, but you  should see and judge for  yourself  FIT-RITE  MADE-TO-MEASURE  CLOTHES  $20 to $50  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caih Clothing Store  WILLITS' BLOCK      KELOWNA  J.  M.  CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds oF Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant <f power  mixeri and all appliance! for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  ��� levoting all my attention to this work,  ii which I have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  ML WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE  Clemen! & Rif .*' office,  Raymer Block  PHONE 104  WooI.eley'Av.  Richter Street  'PHONE .304  Gaddes-McTavish  Houses  To Rent  'Phone 217     -     Leckie Block  Cause for Alarm  Lost of appetite or distress site  eetlng���a symptom that should  not bs disregarded.  It ii not what you eat but what you  digest and assimilate that docs you  nood. Some of the strongest, healthiest persons aro moderate eaters.  Nothing will cause more trouble than .  a disordered stomach, and many  people contract serious maladies  through disregard or abuse of the  stomach.  We urge all who suffer from indigestion, or dyspepsia, to try Rexall  Dyspepsia Tablets, with tbe understanding that wo will refund the  money paid us without question or  formality, if after use you are not  perfectly satisfied with results.  We recommend Rexall Dyspepsia,  Tablets to customers every day, and  have yet to hear of one who has not  been benefited. We believe them to  be without equal. They give prompt  relief, aiding to neutralise acidity,  stimulate flow of gastric juice.  strengthen the digestive organs, and  thus promote perfect nutrition and  correct unhealthy symptoms. Three  eiios, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00.  You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets  in this community only at our store:  P. U. WILLITS & CO.   Bernard Ave  Tkw flbUfttt Stan  There la a Rexall Store in nearly every town  (.ml city in the United States, Canada and  (.rent Britain. Thero Is a different Rexall  Kcinody for nearly every ordinary human ill ���  each especially designed for the particular ill  for which it Is recommended. f  Ths Rexall Stores are America's Orslrissr  Drugstores  Will be Banner Year  for Agriculture  HEAVY FRUIT   YIELD PREDICTED  FOR VALLEY  Reports obtained by experts Bent  out by the provincial government are  to thy effect that 11U4 will be one of  the best, if not actually the banner  year 6f tho province from an agricultural point of view. It is claimed that)  the fruit yield of the Okanagan  Kootenuy and other orchard sections  will surpass the best production of  previous seasons, while grain and root  'crops of the interior, lower mainland  ' and island also give promise of splen  'did returns for the farmers.  There has been no slackening up it  |the energy with which the farmers  nnd ranchers of the province have  prepared for the work of the year  their farms, and according to the  statements of the instructors and inspectors of tho agricultural depart  ment under charge of Hon. Price Ellison, this "spring there ha% been a  steady pushing back of the line of  clearing all over the province.  There has been this year a *vMi  spread interest in live stock farming  und the department is said to bo looking forward to the establishment of -a  mixed farming system on a large  'scale. Dairying throughout tho vnlloy  lands of the province also promise  good returns this year, and the dairy  farmers are in a sanguine- mood.  Particular interest has boon shown  in tho cultivation of 'corn and alfalfa,  and in the silo. Already the agricultural department has distributed 2000  bushels of registered seed oats, anl  almost a ton of Grimm's No. 1 alfalfa  together with over half n ton of seed  corn. This seed is given free to the  farmers of the province through the  agency of tlio various Farmers' Institutes.  Recently the department inaugurated  competitions throughout the province  for boys nnd n-irls in the raising of  farm and garden crop**. Prizes nre  to be awarded in tho various districts  for the bait crops raised by the children. Tn this way it is. hoped to  stimulate Interest among the children  in agricultural work. The Farmers1  Institutes are n nning tho competitions and have reported to Victoria  that the youthful farmers aro taking  great interest in tho contest.  The provincial government |bos  leased four aore plots at a number of  points in British Columbia for investigation purposes. These are located  ot Chilliwack, KanVrocps, Armstrong,  Edgewood, Grand Forks and Rock  Creek. On tho plots farmers in * tbe  employ of the government, and work-  ng with tho Co-operaticn of the institutes, grow various rrons for demonstration purposes in order to show the  n>if��hhorhood farmers the latest methods of up-to-date crop raising. Fodder  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C., hot wster, ex.  P.O. Box 185  Grocery Specials  SATURDAY ONLY  Butter, No. I New Zea.'d..35c  4 lbs. Beans 25c  Prunes and Figs I Oc lb.  4 tins Sardines for 25c  Waldron's  Grocery Store  Ellis Street  Kelowna  Itl9p  ENO'S "FRUIT SALT  Etrsfsaf Dist  essfcylcHrsaOsMr, '  ��rc?rJ.r'&irsss  th. sstaral  I tammy m  . ssi nlMaf  J eJl fiMttoial dlM'Smsl  ItkslMSy  Amusements  sa  ANOTHER BIG SATURDAY SHOW  PatronB who have been so well en-  tertiuncci by the excellent program at  the Opera House on recent Saturdays  will be delighted to learn that. Manager Duncan has secured another big  feature for the show on Saturday  next.  It is a Gaumont pioture ol tha "Fan-  lomas ol Man in Blook" series on-  titled "The Mysterious Finger Print."  This story Is in fivo parts and it is  not nercBBary to havo seen the previous "Fanlomns" picture to (ully understand this ono, as each set ol reels  is a complete ��tory in itself, although  theru is no doubt but what oil those  who saw the last "FantonW pioture  will take care to sco this ono if possible. This big sporinl Saturday program also includes o rip-roaring rib-  splitting comedy entitled, "Oalino discovers a wator fountain." I  A special threo piece orchestra will  supply suitable muBic.  SEQUF.L TO CHELSEA 7760  Next Wednesday tho Opera House  management offora another "Fomous  Player" feature, entitled "An hour  before Dawn," which iB a sequel to  "'UhelBea 7750". Daniel Frohman presents Laura Sawyer and House Fetors  in this production which is desoribed  as a startling scientilio detective play,  based on a groat sciontific discovery.  The story is in three parts and is full  nf thrilling action from the first flash  ol the picture till the screen darkens  at tho olose ol reel three.  DISRAELI ON SUFFRAGE  Ab early as 1848 Mr. Disraeli said in  the EngliBh House of Commons:  In a country (roverned by a woman  - -where you allow women to form port'  ol tho other estate of the realm���peeresses in their own right for example���  whero you allow women not only to  hold land, but to be ladies of the manor and hold lecral courts���whore a woman by law may be a churoh warden  and overseer of the poor���I do not see  where she hos so much t'o do with the  state and ohuroh, on what reasons, if  you oome to right, she lms not o right  to vote.  By mere waste, cause! by coins nibbing ono against another the civilized  world, it is said, loses ono and ono-  c|Uarler tons ol gold and eighty-eight  tons of silver annually.  crops principally, in a system of rotation, nre grown on these investigation  plots.  CANDIDATES PREPARE FOR DEFENSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CUP  This photograph shows the first practice ol the poloists who are to defend the international cup against. Lord Ashby St. Ledger's English invaders next June, at Lakewood, N. J. Mora than twenty-five well known  polo players took tho field ond tried out the strength ol the ponies. Harry  Payne Whitney, who last .year captained ths Big Four whioh successfully retained the oup, led the practice. Although Captain Whitney Is not a oandidate for the team this year, he is actively interested in the contests and  will lend his aid in practice os well as in the supplying ol some of tho best  ponies in the oountry. The. other members of lost .ear's team including  the new captain, .I.M. Woterbury and his brother Lorry Woterbury and De-  vereaux Hilburh who is acknowledged os the greatest book in the oountry,  were out for practice. Other wellknown poloists on the field were Fox-  hall Keene, Rene La Montague, J. 8. Phipps, H. C. Phipps and a host of  other lesser known players. During tho two and a half hours of praotioe It  was soon that .tho players were in the belt ol condition, although tho ponies showed the results from a winter ofi inactivity. However, it Ib expected  thot Trainer Fitzpotrick who has charge of tho American ponies this year  will round the mounts into snaps within 0 week or two.. Early in May  the players and ponies will more to Meadowbrook, Long Island, for the  final polishing before the big games in_June.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepbarn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spiring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  HJMTTED  Plain & Reinforced Concrete  Brick and Steel  Buildings and Structures  We are Engineers (oi the design  and construction of such work,  and solicit your patronsge.  Estimates   cheerfully   furnished  B. P. LITTLE CONSTRUCTION CO.. LTD.  Contracting Engineers  Hewstson & Mantle Block ' PHONE 36  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES ii.   ^ .   SAND FOR SALT ^  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   .   104  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor ���  Agents for  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season's  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning snd Pressing Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Oppo.it. Kelowna Furniture Co. KELOWNA   ���������  ssessss  Bicycles  NEW AND  .      SECOND-HAND  We cordially invite you to call and inspect them  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA. EC.  NOTICE,: Snbwribe for tke Keknm fernd  '������'���'      --��� immMt. irate as, im   mmm'  I lb. or 100 IU  WHOLEWHEAT  CRUSHED WHEAT  WHOLE CORN -  CRUSHED CORN  BONEMEAL  CRUSHED BONE  OYSTER. SHELL  BEEF SCRAPS  POULTRY.TONIC  CHICK FOOD  Specially for young chicks  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Fire Proof construction  Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The kind that guarantees your success  We are agents for the  " De Laval" Cream Separators  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  NEW GOODS THIS WEEK  New Carpets  We have just received a large new shipment comprising some  beautiful examples of the weaver's art.  Call in and see them  Kelowna Furniture Co.  ��Sr*mf>a*imf>*^m'Sa*>r9m^^>^m*<mr^a^  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, SWing, Doors, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Miff Company, Limited  ^^^^^^^^e^Ae*W^^^^^A^/'��^r*^^<��^^^t��|^>i^^t��^ta^^^e^v^^^^^^^^^^^^v^^v,^s  Changes in Department  of Agriculture.  The staff of the department of Agrioulture is' to be considerably augmented this summer to enable it to  cope with the ever-increasing work  whioh the settlement ot districts entails and to facilitate the production  o! vegetables and fruit and their marketing in the older communities. ���  Mr. W. E. Scott announced this week  that three additional members an to  be added to the staff on the first of  June. These will include an assistant  livestock commissioner, as lieutenant  to Mr, W. T. MoDonald, and, in the  horticultural branch, an assistant horticulturist to second Mr. B. M. (tin-  slow, and an expert in vegetable culture.  The assistant livestock ooinnriseioner-  ship will be filled by Mr. S. H. Hopkins, son of tile well known breeder of  horses in the Nicola country, who has  had extensive experience of agricultural work in this province. He has  taken a course at the Ontario Agriouli-  tur'al College, and has been plaoed in  charge of the entire class, graduating  in agricultural options. He has won  the Governor-General's medal' for gen-'  eral proficiency for all-round agriculture, but has a special bent towards  livestock work.  Mr. Ii. L. Bnmsay, who will assist  Mr. H. Walkea- in supervising end  study of agricultural conditions in the  country between Hazelton and fort  George, is a native of Ontario and has  a practical knowledge of farming, l<oth  in that province and Saskatchewan.  He is a graduate of Guelph and was  selected by the college as district representative for five months of last year  Mr. W. H. Hayes, the new assistant  horticulturist, was born in New Brunswick, and has oarried on horticultural  work, both in that province and also  in. British Columbia, where he helped  to plant demonstration orchards in the  Kootenay four years ago. He is taking a special course in horticulture at  the, Ontario Agricultural Collego.  Mr. T. Sanderson, who will make the)  improvement of vegetable culture his  especial care has also had a Guelph  training, besides considerable' experience in commercial vegetable production in. Ontario. His headquarters will  be in Victoria.  Other temporary officials added to  the staff for the summer months will  be Mr. H. M. Howitt, as assistant horticulturist to aid Mr. H. Tomlinson at  Prince Rupert. Mr Howitt graduated  at Guelph in 1912, has worked at the  Ontario experimental station at Jordan Harbor in the Niagara district,  and for a summer acted as assistant  to Professor Hutt, at Guelph. II is  sphere of work will include the Fort  George distriot. �� ���r  Mr. J. French, assistant horticulturist at Salmon Arm, will be given Mr.  G. S. Perron, of Kelowna, as his co-  adjutator tor the summer. Mr. Perren  has taken a three year*' course at  Guelph, and has a wide acquaintance  with the conditions of hrotioulture in  ths province.  Mr. H. M. Scott becomes temporary  assistant to Mr. M. S. Middloton, assistant horticulturist at Nelson. He is  a native of Ontario, has been through  the Ontario Agricultural College, and  will devote himself to fruit culture and  its problems.  Mmvm  BEGINNING OF PAPER AND  PRINTING  UP.tothe^b,i��MlW^^fc��t^a.(   j        j^aM^-koUm of the record!  century book, were written by hand,       ^.^^^^ 8nr|l(|k|'  and tin. nntae them very corfly. Theyld   ��J- .j^ ^^ ^ ^  were  wntfcn on r*rob*K��t, on waxed ^ jj^jgg .^ wh-l m ^  his eighftso Siberian Wolves into the  city of Nome at three minutes after 6  o'olock last Thursday night, having  covered tie 113 mile, over the, show  trail irom Nome to Candle and return  in 81 hours and 3 minutes. A. A.  {Scotty) Allan, driver of the Allan-  Darling team of eighteen malamutes,  was second, and Fred Ayor, with his  team of fourteen fox hounds, third.  Johnson's time wa�� 7 hour, dower  than the reoord est by himself in 1S10,  when he drove the Siberian, over the  course in 74 hours and 14 minutes. The  racers were handicapped this year by  stormy weather, bliszards and below-  zero weather, making the going slow  most of the way. -  The Siberian Wolves, driven by  Johnson, are considered by experts the  greatest racing dogs in the world.  They are a cross between the "Husky"  the Alaska working dog, and the Siberian wolf. They have the agility  and endurance of the wolf, and the  faithful intelligence of the Alaskan  dog. They are .light in oolor, either  white or grey, with a shaggy coal  tables, or on papyrus. At last a German discovered how to make paper out  of linen rags. If you hold paper sheets  to the light, writes S. Baring Gould,  you will see that there are peculiar  marks on them, called water marks;  these were originally the badges of the  makers. The very earliest of these  marks is a circle with a cross in it,  and was adopted by the first inventor  in 1301. Many of the water marks  are the badges of noble families, whose  tenants made the paper. Other symbols are the fleur-de-lys, the unicorn  and the anchor. Fools' cap paper is  so called because paper of that size  was originally marked with a Jester's  cap and bells, and port paper take,  its name from a bugle which was in  use as a water mark on paper of this  size by the manufacturers from 1370.  It sometimes appears on a shield, and  in the seventeenth century is surmount  ed by a ducal coronet, in which form  it is still used on ordinary writing  paper. The first paper factories In  Germany were between Cologne and  Mainz, about the year 1390. In Nuremberg a factory worked by water  power was established in 1390 whioh  was quite a novelty.  Printing was discovered by John  Gutenberg in 143B. Already wood-cut  pictures, and even written sentences,  hod been printed, but no one had  thought of making moveable letters.  At first the paper was pressed down  on the engraved block and printed on  one side. The outlines only of figures  were printed, and then they were paint  ed in by hand. At last John Grons-  fleisch, of Sulgeloch, known as Gutenberg, which was the maiden name of  his mother, saw how much better it  would be to have movable types. As  he was a  poor man he went to arioh  OOB TELEPHONE VOICE  In this age of the telephone we have  come to value more highly the soft  modulated tone in habitual speaking.  When we merer/ wrote or telegraphed  to our friends we took little notice ol  voice tons, in the messages, says a  writer in the "Baptist Standard."  Nowadays- we frequently converse with  persons whom we never saw and whom  we may never see. One liberal user  of the telephone says that she often  communicates with an unknown per-  goldsmith, John Fust, of Mains, nnd son at ths other end of the line whose  to Peter Schoffer, a professional copy-1 voice has caused her to wish to know  ist, of Gernsheim, to get help, Schoffer, the talker better. There has been  drew and wrote beautifully, and he {something about the manner, pitch and  was to design the letters, ��� and Fust. Inflection that, indicated a fine nnd  was to find the money for the casting, sympathetic nature behind the voice,  of them. Thev also invented printers' | We wonder how many of us who nre  ink and in 1457 issued the first printed. usinr the kurohone dailv are crivin-'  book, the Latin psalter, and five ����t that imrmwion to the one st-the  years later, the first printed bible.       ' other end of the wire.  Sealed Modes silfrissnt to ths .se-  dersigned, aad sudor**. "Taadsr Is*  Drill HaH, KatmloofS, tW wffl hs  received at this oatoo aatil tM sua., '  on Thursday, May 7, ISM, far ths eos-  struction of ths aforesaid btdhSag,  Plans, specification and form of eoa-  traot oan be Sssa aad form, ol tamlat  obtained at ths otto of Mr. Wak He*-  derson, Resident Architect, Viotoria,  B.C.; on application to ths earstslusr  of Publio Building, Kamloops, B. C.,  and at this dtpartnwnt.  Persons tendering are notified ' tnat  tender, will oaths oonsidered sjless  made on the printed forms .applied,  and signed with their actual signatures  stating their esospatsoas aad pUeseof  residence. In the case of firms, ths  actual signatures, stating task- occupation and place of residence of sash  member of the firm must bs -givm.  Each tender must bs aeoompeoisd by  sn aooepted cheque oa a chartered  bank, payable to the ordsr of ths Hon  orable tbe Minister of Publio forks,  squal to tw per cent. (10 p.e.) of the  amount of ths tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tendering do-  aline to enter into a contract wh��n  called upon to do so, or fail to complete tho work contracted for. If ths  tender be not aooepted the cheque will  be returned.  The department doe. not bind itself  to accept the lowest or my tender.  By order,  B. C. DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Publio Works.  Ottawa, April 8, I��I4 .  Newspaper, will not be paid far thi.  advertisement if they inssrt,.t without  authority from the department.  31-33  The proposed segregation of the  Orientals in the publio school, of Vnn>  couver has raised a storm of protest  from both the Chinese and Japanese  resident., particularly the latter.  The problem on the average farm, is  how to get larger yields, without increasing the coat, aad the answer i.  more live stock intelligently managed.  Assignee's Sale of  54 Large Residential Lots in  West Vancouver  (N.W. Quarter 1103)  Overlooking English Bay and First Narrows  STOBY OF KILKENNY CATS  During the rebellion whioh occurred  in Ireland in 1797 Kilkenny was garrisoned by a regiment of Hessian soldier., whose ouatom it was to tie together ta one of their barrack rooms  two oats by their respective tails and  then throw them fees to faoe aoroM  generally   used   for-drying  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWETON and MANTLE, Ltd.  HI I.   .    IJ| n.,1   n     is       . .ii '    ii ii  1 '   clothe.. Ths eat. naturally  infuriated, sad tore and scratched  uatil death ensued to one or both of  them. The offloers wen mode acquainted with the barbarous sots of  erushy, sal resolved to speedily put  en ead to them. For this purpose an  officer was ordered to inspect each  barrack room, daily aad report its  state. The soldier., determined not to  lose ths daily torture of the cats, generally employed one of their comrade.  to wstoh ths approach of tho offioer.  On oue oosssion he neglected his duty,  and the offioer ���maa beard ascending the  Stairs while cats were undergoing their  customary torture. One of ths trooper. Hired a sword from the arm raok,  ani with a single blow, divided the  tails ol the oat.. The oate esi*.ped  through the open windows of the  room, which was entered instantly  afterwards hy the officers who inquired what was the cauae of the two  breeding oats' tails beinr suspended on  the line, nd was told in reply that  "Two eats had been fighting in the  room, that it was found Impossible  to separate them, and they fought so  desperately that they had devoured  eaoh other up, with the exception of  their two Wis.''  BO AD  ��2SS'*,��av����e��  MH.MMMMMMM  ���  ��r.<Sa>^H��<-  KOAD  S2S9SSSSS  SVtstfMtMrl-  BOAD  eSMmM..M*.M��a  I  BOAD  I will receive application for any oi  the lots in this plan until Thursday  April 30th. 1914. Eachlothaaaofj-ft.  frontage and about 120-ft. to ��� lane.  The sacrifice price will be $800 for  inside lots and $850 for corners. Terms,  $100 Cash, balance 6.12.18 aad 24  months at 6 par cant We eannot guarantee delivery of tba Iota until after  May 12th as the assignee has decided  not to sell any unless the whole allotment be taken up. But we feel sure  every lot will be snapped up quickly  at such a sacrifice price, as the adjoining  property is on tha market at $700 per  lot.  When you consider th* beautiful district they are situated in,  with it* southern exposure), overlooking the bay in the most charming home district of Canada's  coming greatest city.  And you will not overlook the fact  that another's lees is your gain. Yost  would not have this opportunity now  only we wish to liquidate this eetaje in  the quickest possible manner. We are  not too optimistic in saying thai ��ith  general course of development these  will sell for Five antes tke price asked  in a few years.  If you wish to secure any of  this property you can make application to the       .  Ai��igiaMAtiRkhmoncU  Store - Kolowna, RG  until April 90th. 1914 KELOWNA  RECORD  THTOSDAY. APBTX, ffl, ��H  .lew Presbyterian  Minister at Benvoulin  80,000PersonalRecord$|���^  Tho ltev. W. T. Uenttie, laU of Lyle-  ton, Man., has taken up the Piwby-  turittia church work at Benvoulin Mission Iftld, 8ucc*jeding ftev. J. B, O'Brien. Mr. Beattie is a graduate . ot the  Prtkibyterian College, Montreal ami  during part of hits courie of study  thsjr* Was assist tint to ltev. C. He:na  of Chalmer'k, church.  Un graduating Mr. Beattie received a  (.'alt from the l.yMt.n, Man., congregation, where he remained for 3 yearn.  Owing ta reasons of huaUh he was  mlvia.d to come wwt to British Col-  unibia. For the pas, three months ho|  has ministered to the Knox Cungroj-i-  tional church, Vancouver,  Mr. Beattie comes well recommended  uni it is hoped that his work in the  Benvoulin He'd may result in the up-  huild'n? of the cause there.   o  NO MOUI<: LIQUOR FOK UNCLK  SAM'S AttMY   6  After .July 1st next no alcoholic li  cjuors will be served on any warship  of the United States nor can it be obtained in any naval station ashore.  Secretary Daniels, of the navy depart-  ment, has made public the order to  Imn'sh alcoholic drink from .the United  States navy.  This order was issued uptn 'the recommendation of Surgeon Genital  Braisted.    Its    cimi-lmlinj woids   are:  "Commanding officers will bo held  directly responsible 'or the en'oriv*  nunt of this order."  C.P.R. Has Woodtrful System of Card-  Indexing its Army of Kinployow  Ihe staff record office of the C.P.K  is Valhalla and registration office ro 1  ed into   one.     In this office there arj      Lion is more    efficient    end  economical, while at the same time, -l>y  the promptness with whieh the records  can be traced, it makes for more efficient working. In thu pension department ono comes across the fatal statement attached to a form: "Not eligible for pension." This pension registration is conducted with scrupulous care.  Kvery man on the list knows that h ���  ��v. ��.,���          here arj] *'JVC,.r  M,��- ���   -  'over 80,000 personal records, sufficient IwiH ��ot 0TO��tlV what is coming to him  in each case, to furnish details for   ftW*** the termB of hi* PeD3i(,n    W'  biography.    Every dead employee who'With lhut ��MuraB,J1 h�� works all   th,  passed  through  the service is therein his written record; his birth     an.l  length of service and nature of ' h  employment and death, together wi.h  copies of his testimonials���all pree*.ir.'-  ed since the first man got a ,ob on  the CP.lt. The living, loo,in separnt"  classification, arc represented by tin  written testimony \vhi<Ji covers n'.l  needful particulars of the individual  Each man has his card, which is p:t  into a box. Kadi box holding hu'.i  dreds of cards. Of these boxes the -o  are some 3o0,,each in its own pUi*Ti  eaoh familiar to the clerks under Yi\  A. Rondeau, tho head of the depart  ment. There is also tho pin.ion i>>.  cords���a distinct work, interesting tml  onerous.  The total production of petroleum in  Canada last year was 223,080 barrels,  valued at S40S,4'.9.  -o-  The thriving town of Telk'wa. on the  line of the Grand Trunk Pacific, was  visited by a disastrous fire lust Thurs-.  day morn'ug. The loss is placed at  880,000. Most of the buildings were  of frame and the tusk ofi controlling  the flames was a difficult one.  Memorials marking the centennial  peace between thu United St .it ex and  '.rent Britain in PJ15 at un a"irrrgate  cost of $1,000,000 were tentatively approved recently by a sub-committee of  the American Cent* nary organization, was  meeting in New York. "  liecord of Service.  If any man, dismissed at any  tfhw  should try   to bluff the company     by  pretending that this was his first   application, or by using a wrong naive,  the original  record would be brought  forward and would be silently    shown  him, with the result that confusion of  face would seize upon bin.  Kach   employee is there in a record of service���  what he has done in the past, what In  doing now, whoro he was born, who  were his parents, his age, and so oi.  If he leaves the employment that     is  noted.    His testimonials���that is, cop  icis of them, are kept in separate    department.   If n particular department  wnnts to     know about any employee  anywhere on the system, all that     is  noce'sary is to ring up Mr. Ttondoau.  The alphabetical li*d will bo produced.  Thu right book will bo drawn out and  the history   of   the   case will be laid  bare.  Original Testimonial..  Thero are Bcores of thousands of  copies of original testimonials, whioh  would make strange readmcr. This ele-  pai'tment wn% set up in 1901r it had  small beginnings. At first the work  donj by  [better and more zealously. It is oalcu-  1 lattd by th; executive ot the C.P.U.,  that the amount invoked for the pen  ���Ion fund to which the employees contribute nothing, has bocn received back  by thd company in tha increased value  of tho service rendered by the employ,  ees���koyid up to '/ail and vigor,.by the  knowledge that in their old ngo I hey  would be taken care of. The system  of classification is -absolutely exact.  It takes sixteen in.n, hard at work  to keep up with the work connected  with tho department. '\h*v lundle huti-  drills and even thoiisnnds of application forms every day of the week.  These have to be compared; and th*n  thoro are tostimon'als to be put to  get her and notes made of them, oni  the documents themselves put away  for reference.  FISH OARBIES VOUNG  The Kangaroo has always seemed to  have the monopoly of that convenient  way of carrying its babies in a pouch  but it has been discovered that a fish  has the same useful receptacle, which  it uses for the same purpose. The pipe  fish, as it is called from the length of  its jaws, has a pocket on the under  Bide of its body nearly half its length  It is found in the male species only  and is the only part of its body which  is unprotected by large flat plates,  which take tho place of scales in its  protective armor.  If a pipe fish is taken from tho water and its little ones shaken out of  the pouch baok into the water they  always seem unable or disinclined to  ran away. But if tho father is placed  in the water again all the sma'l fish  Immediately swim back Into the pouch,  'I hese curious little cro.it tiros havo pro���  honsllo tails, which thoy use to hold on  lo tfia seaweed Co invent thorns-Ives  being Carried away by the tide. 'Ihe  pipefish is similar to tho small eel, born,' about a foot in length and an  ���nch in thickness. But unlike the eel,  it has a vory long jaw and the peculiar defensive armor already mentioned.  'Ok  Stocatr  ^  Thi. Book  I. for YOUI  Pension Fi nd  There are at present 005 men on tho  ponsiou fund of the C.P.K. Under   00  years oi ngo there are 73; between   60  and 70 years of age 2.M; over 70 years  of ago 233.     The payment   allowance  for last year emtio to $169,320,     Tho  fund was Bet up in 1003.   Tho terms'of  it were so attractive that tho     great  army of employees Was delighto:l v ith  it.   Tho men pay nothing. The fund is  a free gift to the employees by direction of the management.   No pension  can bo less than 820 per month.   _ All  are liable to come under tho terms of  the pension regulation.     There are, as  a matter of fact, men high up in'  tho  Bervioe of the CoiupnnA', who in    the  vernacular, ought, legally speaking   to  have got the axe.   Such men. nro virtually  Indispensable.    Thoy are     few,  and can he counted on the fin^rs   ol  ono hand.    The timo limit does     not  bother them.   Others who are not   so  highly priced, but who do good work  dread the moment.  BIUftBF IN CANADA  A gontloman ol somo ingenuity has  suggested tho introduction nl Icelandic  nnd Siberian sheep into the wilds   ol  northern Ontario. Thero is plenty    ol  room in most ol tho    olher provinces  lor this variety of nhe,>|>, which breed  proliliciilly, forego lor themselves end  yield excellent mutton and   wool.    It  is n notable Hiic/ircstion and the introduction of such sheep would undoubtedly decrease the   cost ol   living���for  the wolves, and increase tho   plumpness of many of our   fur-bearing animals.    Where such a suggestion could-1  be adopted with profit would be     by  dowering the Indian settlements in the  north with such sheep.     But oven   in  them the starving doers would present  a problem   in   conservation   by     no  , means easy of solution.     Iceland   and  Siberia hove   people in thiun to protect the sheep.   Northern Onnada   has  not. ���   It may have In tims.  YOUR copy it all ready  for msiling to your  office. All that a wanting  is your name snd sddresi,  end this you csn givs ui on  the attached coupon if you  will. ,. '      ..-.  You need thu Book in  your business. It may provs  worth hundreds of dollsrs to  you. It costs1 you nothrsg.  Perhaps it may contain ths  solution of your most vsnaf  problem.  If you srs wrestling w*h  the dsfauam prsserrtsd by  an increasing businsM, which  it suffering from "growing  paint," sod finding its promt qusrtert too crsmpsd to  permit   of   expansion,   this  Book will tursly hslp you.  If you wonder why you  srs staring an mcrsssiac pay  roll ia ths eye svsry wssk  ���with  a  conesponding  shrinkage in profits���  you will  fad ths  sntwsr ia thit  pook.  I  OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY ^pj/'     ,  60 BAY ST., TORONTO        '"   'flf^Jf /  Fill in, tear off and mail tWtc���r-  ���ow-toJ��y-THIS MINUTEr-  before you turn thit page.  wm  It is reported  th'it  an electric rail-  ordinary bookkeeping, way w-illi bo b.iilt   bjtween    Ashcroft  Tho present system ol rcrrislrntion and   and Clinton.  Mary had a lot ol cash,  'Twas loft hor by hor fawthor,  And perhaps sho didn't cut a dash���  Oh, say, vou know���woll, rawthorl  \Vnnr1 I ^ry ^ine an(* ^ir*' ^"in'  ��� V   \^\a*'\A ��� Guaranteed dry wood ready (or burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick "|  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co,  (Phone 96)  7,000 Gallons of BAPCO products supplied in one order  to New Vancouver Hotel  BAPCO Pure Paint  Made in B.C. Covers 25 per cent.'more  surface than ordinary cheaper paints  and Outwears them by years.  BAP-LAC  The Latest Art Colors. Finest Floor  and Furniture Finish.  Lawn Mowers  "Self Sharpening" blades of genuine  Sheffield Steel���the best arid toughest  steel known,  Screens  Screen Doors and Windows.  HIGH-GRADE OFFICE FURNITURE  Fishing Tackle  This line cannot fail to interest  and please you. All brand new  stock and a complete range.  Tents  All sizes.   Gsmp cots, reclining chairs,  &c.   Complete csmper's outfils.  Builders' Hardware  c  Our stock of Builders' Hardware is large,  and contains new design., new finishes.  You should look at this line if you are  building.  Roll Top  Desks  Ssnitsry Desks. Quartered oak writing bed  IJ-ins. thick, 5 ply.  All corners mitred,  showing figured wood  right to the corner.  Very high class finish  $48  Flat Top  Desks  Sanitary Desk. Quartered oak writihg bed  U-ins. thick, 5-ply.  Three - ply quartered  oak panels all around.  In sizes, $30 and $35  Typewriter  Desk  to match above, $37  Office  Furniture  Arm Chairs nnd office  Tillers in quartered  oak, $12  to  $16.50  YOU have a cheerfvu Le&rooa TCD.  Home-Dwellers:  If you want to be a happy, cheerful family, have  CHEERFUL bedrooms. Have your bedroom furniture  and rugs new and attractive, your beds pretty and comfortable. People feel better and work better in the day  time if they have /restful, pleasant bedrooms. If you  come to us, we can furnish you a bedroom in perfect  taste and comfort, and our PRICES will be reasonable  enough not to disturb your slumbers.  Office RllffS   A splendid line of the most suitable floor coverings to select from  Our stock of Rugs i�� new and complete The latest shades 6t pattern designs  Hammocks (special) $2.     Good color* and strongly made.  Bamboo Porch and Verandah Shades. 6,e,i0and 12 ft.widths  GRASS CHAIRS. &c, direct from Hong Kong. Roomy and comfortable  Hardware  Dalgleish & Harding L^P THUfiSBAY. APBIL 28, 1914  KELOWNA  RECOllD  For  'Bow Wow'  You will never have a  more faithful friend  .. than your dog. Treat  him like a friend. If  he is attacked by disease see that he has the  best passible chai.ce of  recovering. If the trouble is ; serious gel a  veterinary surgeon at  once, if not we have  a large number of remedies for the less  serious ailments.  P. B. Willits* Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  Firewood  Pine, Fir, Poplar  Under 5 ricks, $2.75 rick  5 ricks & over, $2.50 rick  Merritt Coal, $11  Fence Posts, 20c,  Bee Supplies  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Psoas 307  VVw^k��,v^^r>rV^^/^VVVVVV\^Ar\rVVV  Elite Barber Shop  I Under New Management  First-class Service  Baths and Masssge  J.W.SANDERS - Prop.  Houses to Rent  7-roomed houas on St. Paul street, sll  modern eonvenienees. Bent (30.00  per month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter street.  electric light and city water. Kent  130.00 per month.  0-roomcd house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rent 890.00 per month.  4-rooRit'd house, good location. Bent  912.00 per month.  Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., Ltd.  YEAR OF THE TIGERS IN  JAPAN  The tiger is at present occupying   a  particular place in the regard of   the  Japanese.   In Japan, 1U14, is greeted  as the year of the    tiger, and every-1  tiling associated with this creature in '  very much, in request.  Pictures intro- j  ducine "stripes" in fantastic    fashion  arc very much in evidence, and the new .  year cards almost universally .showed  a tiger bringing greetings. Trade   las  been greatly influenced by this special,  veneration of the tiger.   Pictures    of  the tiger are being imported in   large'  numbers, and it is safe to say     that  every   household in   Japan   has now.  some tiger picture conspicuously    displayed.   In  I Ii.' wealthier houses     the ���  beautiful silk or velvet screens adorned  with wonderful tiger designs have iwen  brought out of Ihe treasure houses nnd  given places ol honor, while ornaments '  which harmonize with these wero taken j  from thoir places ol seclusion and utilized to give the special end artistic ef-;  feet desired lor the year ol the tiger.    I  This year is regarded ns favorable  for the coronation of the Kmporor, a  ceremony which takes place in November, the month ol Ihe rabbit. The .  Japanese have reckoned the years in a  cycle of 12 from timo immeinorin1. Tho  yoars are named in the following order, Rut, ox. tiger, rabbit, dragon,  snake, horse, sheep, donkey, fowl, clog  nnd boar. The months are also given  the same names. Japan celebrates the  mw year muoh more thoroughly'(tun  any other country, even surpassing  Scotland in this respect. In .Tup-m  threo days arc ncedod lo honor adequately the now year, nnd (lie rejoicings are in manv places continued for  a week at lonst.  SYNOPSIS OV GOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominies  Ib Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, ths North-  it Territories, and in a portion oi  ths Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at en annual rental ef tl est  acre. Not more than 2,800 acres  will bs leased to one applicant.  Application far the Usee must bs  made by the applicant in penes to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of ths dbtrist  in which the rights applied for    ass  la surveyed  be described  divisions of sections, and In  sd  -territory   the   tract applied    1st  ���hall be staked    oat by the applicant  In the Supreme Court of  British Columbia  IN THE MATTIiK   of an a��U��n bo  tween  THOMAS  STEVENSON, MAUY   J  -MCINTOSH und  HAltltY MCINTOSH  Plaintiffs.  and  DANIEL CALLAGHElt,    Defend int  Pursuant to an order of the Honourable Mr. Justice Oregory made herein  Iho 2nd day of March, I0M, there vill  be! sold by publio auction at tho cilice  of llvwotson cV. Mantle, Ltd., in the  City of Kolowna, on Saturday, the  Iiith dny ol May, lull, at II o'clock'  in Ihe forenoon, tho following lands:  The north-east quarter of section six.  The soutli-onst quarter of hoc. mi' en.  The south-east quurtor 'of so. ci^ht,  unci (he south-west quarter of wc.  eight, all in Township 27 in the Osoy-  oos division of Yale district.  The said quarter sections will be mid  separately without leserve.  Terms of sale:���2Ti per conl at the  time ol sale, and the balance in three  equal annual instalments, payable on  the .tilth day of April in each of thu  yoarB 1!H5, 11116 and 1917, with interest at the rate of 7 por cent per annum, nil payments to be paid into  court to the credit of this action.  Further particulars as to the prop^  erfy, state ot Ihe title nnd conditions  ol sale may be obtained from .Tohn  ".. P, Ritchie, corner Vance street and  Barnard avenue. Vernon, B', C, solicitor for the above named, plaintiffs-, or  from Hewelson & Mantle, Kelowna, B.  0.  Dated at Vernon. B. ("., this M.llh  dny of April. 1014. 22-5  I.Al���flHTKIt AND TKAIfS IV  "BOUGHT AND PAID FOR?  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  Notice is herdby given that the first  sitting of tne Annual Court of Revision of the Municipality ol the City of  Kelowna, will be held in the Council  Chamber, Bernard avenue, Kclowna, B.  C, on Monday, ths Eleventh day ol  May, 1914, at ten o'olock in tho forenoon, for the purposo of hearing complaints against the assessment ns  mode by the Assessor, and tor revising  and correcting the assessment roll.  O. H. DUNN,  City Cleric's office Oity Clerk.  Kelowna, B. C.  AprU 4th, 1914. 20-24  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending LibrsTy;. inquire,  Secretary, Bos 302  W.0. PEASE. S.M.CORE,  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  d territory the land  must  by sections, or legal sub-  Each application must be accompanied by a fee ef IS which will be  refunded if tbe rights applied for  srs sot svaHabte, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at th*  rat* oi five oents per ton.  Th* person operating the min* shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tb*  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  right* ar*. aot being operated, suoh  return* ahould ba tarnished at least  ono* a year,  Th* lease will include ths coal mining rights only, bat the leasts may  b* permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary Ior the working of  the mine at the rate of flO an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of ths Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister oi th* Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  thi* advertisement  will not bs     paid  After witnessing "'Bought nnd Paid  Por." thai is booked at Ihe Opera  House for next Wednesday, one does  not know which he 1ms been doing  most���laughing or crying. He does  know, however, that n "lionth.'.id"  with ���n "idea" is a pretty human proposition alter nil and thai is evidently just what Geprgo Broadhjirsl meant  lo do���draw a pioture qui of life ihut  nearly everybody, high or low, lias  seen or hoard about.  Whether they be natural or other*  vise, one always see* the mistakes ol  othoi-s. but the idea ol finding n  principle and fighting for il on set  lines is a rarity that refreshes and  inspires.  Brondhurs! could nol write cny  thing without Including Ihnl brqH<  vein of comedy he mines mil of life.  Therefore, one knows before seeing one  of his plays that there will be plcnly  of laughs. But in "Bought nnd Paid  For," he has struck doeper and from,  the earth of his mine hnd broughf  forth the gem of a w-omnn's love.  MAJiVKI.S OK PLASTIC  SUBOEHV  Members of the International Surgery Association listened last week, to  the details of marvelous reparaiivo  processes effected in human patients  who have been maimed und mutilated  by accidents and disease and the  world's foromost exponents of plaHic  surgery were the speakers. When ihey  told of how they had supplied now  nerves, blood vessels, bones and even  new faces to men and women', whom  they had practically reconstructed, anil  thus reclaimed from states of menial  despair and physical uselessncss, : hoy  wore greeted with applause by their  fellow scientists.  The practitioners ot plastic surgery  should not bo ckwignated perhaps as  'beauty doctors" the phrase applied lo  thorn in a spirit of fun 'by some of  thoir confreres, because thoir achievements air of an enduring quality and  are perhaps more represent at ivc ot  present day luogi-ess in surgery limn  anything else.  LOYALTY  is one of the highest attributes  of British citizenship. This  principle applies as well to  business as to civic and national matters. Kelowna business  men can do much to their  mutual good by remaining  loyal to one another. When  you want anything in the  Printing line, do not forget  your home enterprises. Good  printing, at right prices, may  be obtained from the office of  The Kelowna Record  We can Give You  Good Service  Our plant is complete and  up-to-date, and we can, moreover, give you the benefit of  a long experience in laying  out and handling printing of  all kinds. Bring your next  order to the office of  The  Kelowna Record  Phone 94 and our representative will call  Scone from "Bought and Paid for." at tb* Opera House   next Wednesday KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY. APBIL 23, 1��H  1 WANTED! )  \i  Prepaid Ratos: 2 oents per word  first insertion and 1 cent psr word lor  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less than 26 centa.  All classified advertisements must bs  paid for in advance owing to th* cost  attending the booking and oharging ol  ���mall items.  Copy may bs received (or these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  VOU  SALE  FOR SALE.���Iron wire suitable lor  cement work. Apply Okunagan Tele-  phono Co. 39-34  SEED'POTATOES TOK SALK.-Mort-  gag. Lifters. Good clean seed. A. \V.  Cooler, Benvoulin, P.O. Box (1133 33-8  PIANO Hilt SALE.���Pint clus* Mason  k Hisih, heantifsl niuliognny case.  Cheap for initiiediats sale. Apply  Record office. x  l'Olt SALE CFlHAP.���18-foot gasoline  launch, 2J horsepower Detroit engine, first class condition. Apply I.  Smith, l>. 0. Box 82, 32|)  FOR SALE.���Fresh milch cow, uloa  cluck eggs lor setting, 10 lor $1.1)0.  Phone 2204. .1. Cather. 22tf.  FOB SALE.���Sot work harnaas, now  stock saddle, light wagon, and kitchen cabin-t. Apply Wm. Kinnear. Bon  voulln. 2'2p  FOI1 SALR.-821 acres, part ol lots  21 and 22, township 23. As Mr,  Adams, manager of ths Central  Okanagan Co., has informed lh.  undersigned on April llth last that  his company did not wish to purchase any land other than reservoii  situ and right ol way lor ditches wo  will sell lots to suit purchasers. .1.  13,  Bower,  Kulowni.  B.C.        22,3p  K0H SALE  Two It  is,  cornel-  Riohter  street ami Clemen  a vi nue  each 40 v  no.  Appi  v  Ira  1  aw  Kiel  ,wna. 20-3  i-'ti it sale  2(i  Barred  l'l  ymoittli  liuck hens  ami  Ito  osl  ��r. n  101  laying  strain.   A.  Ashwo  til,  Hay  BV  .. J3-3p  FOR SALE���Black Orpington eggs j>:  setting. Winners ol 10 firsts nnd 3  l.een l�� at last kclowna and Suin-  Msrlnnd shows, [nspaotion Invited,  Ogilen, corner Puller and Ether St.  North. 20-.!2p  FOR SAI.K.-U.C Ithode Island lied  eggs for hatching. 12 the selling. 8>10  lor 100. Apply Cecil II. Bond, Hut  lanil - l'J'ilp.  TEAM FOR SALE.���Welghl 2:i50. Also  v agon, heroes*, slsighs, wood rack,  (wo new hers, blankets, etc., SfiaO.  Apply Mission Ranch. 17tl.  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP- Houss  aud lot, SI230. clos* in. Apply ll��u  Its K.Uwaa. lilif.  FOR  RENT.-Potato planter.     W. P.  Meredith, City Transfer. lOtf.  FOR SALE.-BlsOK Hiaoica egg.   for  hatching,    S2.00  per  est ting.      Pl'iz.  winsera at isll and winter lair*.  A]  ply U. D. Rigg.. lfltf.  FOR SALE OR TIUDE.-I.ight d.nio  crat, also quantity two-inch plank,  snl plasterer's trestles. W. P. Mere  diih, City Triunlir. liltl.  FOR SALE OR lil'.ST.-Ncw modern  P.ungntow, soraer Qlenn Ave, arte1  I'lli.l  St. Apply  P.O. Rox 219    20-3  FOR SALE.���4 h.p. Fairliank. gaso  I'm rngine and centrifugal pump, in  s, I ndid cotidition. Apply S. 0,  Cos.ns.   ... 21-3p  WANTED  WANTKD.���A nian or woman ior night  work. Apply Box, "'0 M" Record. 22  SITCATION WAHTED-Young man  seek, situation on ranoh, capable  with cows or horses. Apply Box '0'  Pecord Omcc. 20-2  WANTED.���Position on frull   run*by  murriod man.    Experienced.    Box 311  . f.knnngnn Mission.     ' 20-.)p  TEAM WANTED.-Wonld trade two  g��od lot. in Woodlawn with shack  1 am nnd chicken house, taking go-id  work team in part payment. W. 1  Jbr.dith, City Tran-lor. liltl.  HOUSES, ETC. TO RENT  TO RENT.���Ten acres in the city, under cultivation, three acres orch.ird  at a rental or on shares. Apply II.  (I. Dss, Kelowna Machine Shops I7K.  If) RENT.��� Seven room houso on  rTttSos nvrnue. Hunt Sis."0 per mo.  Apply W.  H. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tl  TO LET. Houso In filcnmore. Six  looms, kitchrn and bathroom. Apply  W. IF. Bt McDougal, P.O. Box 211  22-3p.  Rutland News     '  (From our own Coirwponosalil  Mr. Vance is pleased tu bo able to  report that the little boy, Gordon ia  considered us having passed the danger point.  A meeting ol the utmost importance  to many residents oi the distriot     is  to be held on Thursday ovening April  30th, at 7.45 p.m. in    the     assembly  hall at tho new school.   The meeting  is called to discuss the draining ol the  lakes and Mr. Loosemore has received |  information regarding the working   ol  the dykes und drtohes act, which will j  enable the ratepayers    to fully und. r  stand tho benefits to bo derived from  tuking advantage of it, also tho rein-1  tivo cost ol    the work,  and how     it  will bs apportioned.  Mr. and Mrs I.cithoud arrived    lasl i  eek   from    Alberta   and hnvo docid d |  to take up their residence permanent ly  with Mr. Loithead's brother.  Mrs. W. It. Fleming returned honi ���  on Saturday alter her visit to the  proiri*.  a  enmore  Notes  Mrs. Mowbray and family bavomov-  ���tl tin their ranch.  Mr, \V. Mills, who enjoyod the win  lor in Montreal ia burk in the valloy.  Mr. MauDuugiill has returned after  spending the,winter at lii* home in  Scotland.  Mr, T. Itenson lias returned lo (lion  more, after spending the winter iu ihe  east. lie was a^'t'onipnniec. by Mi'.  Malay, of Brandon, who will sptnul the  sumint'i' with him.  Mr. Maws, of Itejflna has settled on  his ranch where his family will join  him shortly.  STRAYED  STHA V Kl).���From Glenmore, Pony.  Mole brown color, recently dipped.  Hitch, P.O. Box 480. -Jilp.  FOUND  FOUND.���Halter on Water street, Cwn  ec oan have same by proving property nnd paying for this ad. .Record  Ollice. X  DEVONSHIRK      HOUSE  I'.li Avenue  Between Water St. nni I'endo/.i St.  Room with or without board.  ."> minutes from post  olltce.  02-f23  .SI'IHKLLA CORSKTS  Mrs. J. II. Daviea will be at Mr.  Mathie'r- (over tailor shop, Pendozi  iti'eot) between the hours ot l.'tt) and  6 p.m., Sttturdnv of eaoh week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box G90, Kolowna. Ml  ICE  Delivered to any part ol the city in  wholesale or retail quantities Prices  on application to  H. U. BUBTCH  Bankhead  I'hone   1811 -'HI.  Duck Eggs For Sale  Fawn & White Indian Rutinc.    Per  12-  Pen No. I. $3;  No. 2, $2  Mrs. F. A. DAY  17.4  White Wyandotte  Eggs for sitting, $1.50 per doz  Ccod utility strain. I.t and 2nd prize  cockerel; 1.1 pullet, 2nd utility pen ; Tall  F.ir, 1913.  S. GRAY  Rowcliffe Block, and at Rutland. 1  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thi. achool offer, a thorough, modem  education, with  careful  training  and  refined  homo life.   Term, moderate.  For pro.pectut, tec, apply  Mis. LeGALLAIS   -    Principal  20il   Bushels of Satisfaction!  So far all our  Carpet, Curtain & Blanket  customers have been mote than pleased.  We can please you, too  Carpets cleaned by a cold water process  removing all dirt and not running colors.  Curtains come back straight and square  and will keep their lines well. Blankets  soft and fluffy as new  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Phone 159  SHEET MUSIC  15c per copy  Latest popular music; vocal and instrumental  Thread, all numbers, 3 spools 10c  Lace Collars, Cuffs & Jabots..25c each  Torchon Lece i>c per yard  Hair Pads 25c each  Children's Straw I lals (just the thing  (or the sun) 25c each  5�� 25CENT STORE  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  WOULD YOU  MAKE YOUR  WIFE HAPPY?  Ihe housewife who can produce a fins light bread is one of  th: happiest mortals on earth I Why >���listen while we tell  you. Good wheat makes good flour; good flour makes  good bread ; good bread makes a good-natured husband ;  a happy husband means a happy wife; a happy wife makes  a happy household  LISTEN AGAIN :-  No. I Northern Wheat is used to make  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour; Ogil-  vie's Royal Household Flour makes  good bread ; and finally, after going  again through the above argument, we  find the happy househo'd, and the housewife at the head of a happy household  is the happiest woman in the world  Moral: Buy Ogilvie's Royal Household and all be happy  49-lb. sk. Ogilvie's Royal Household) $1.75  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality & Service our motto.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly accounts nett  Saturday Cash Special  Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas   25c  SPRING HAS COME  Newest Fabrics for Summer  Suits and Gowns  You can accomplish more in one hour at i wson's than  you can all day at some stores.    Selection is abundant  in everything needed: Women's & Children's coats, Dresses, Blouses, Panama Hats  Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear, Rouchings, Sunshades. Everything for those who care  BROCADE RATINE  BROCADE RATINE. A auitabl* *umm��r fabric {or novelty suit*. Shown in  Tango, Labrador, Blue, Cerise and Tan. 43 In. win*. 85c. to $1.60 par yd.  BEDFORD SUITINGS  BEDFORD SUITINGS. These weave* will be greatly in evidence for late  spring and early summer wear. Shown in B great variety of plain and fancy  cords, a good assortment in all the newest shades. Width of good* 48 in.  $1.26 to 13.60 per yard.  EUROPEAN DYED SHANTUNG SILK  A real serviceable material, fast in oolor, a muoh smoother surface than is  usual with ordinary colored Pongee* We have these in every shade: PALE  BLUE, COPENHAGEN, TAN, PINK, BROWN, CREAM, AZTEC, GREY,  NAVY, und other*.   Width 27 in Special    Wlo.  CREAM AND STRIPED SERGES  CREAM SERGES and stripped Serges, very classy and correct for odd  Bkirlis.   Width 60 to 64 in. $1.28 to $2.00 per yanl  TOOTALS FRENCH PIQUE  A splendid material for summer gowns and odd skirts,    This material     is  oj, at all Birai.ur to the old fashioned pique.   We have those in three colors.  I>ENIIAGEN, WHITE AND NEW TAN.   Width 40 ins  8Bo. per yard  not a  COPE  Many  New Dresses  came by Yesterday's Express  These features and maby marked  changes in Btyle, material nnd linos,  ami comprises every approved now  style jioto oj tho season.  $15.1)11 a lovely Silk Crcpo ovordrnped  wilh blue Satin girdle and trimmings.  Sliudow lace sloeve anil yoke ���$15.00  $10.0��-A dainty Mauve and White  stripe, three flounce Mauve Satin girdle Raglan Sleevo   $10.00  ���  $11.0(1 ���A pretty dowered Crepe Vcstoe  effort of marqneseltc, long sleevo wilh  cuff ol same.    Vory laleBt      $0.00  $e:50-A niw model ol taolalls Piquo  wilh llowcred Tunic. Neck and Sleeves  trimmed  with pleated nat      ,18.50  Lingerie Blouses  of Much Style and Beauty  This is the season of sheer white  Blouses. The wisest women are buying blouses now, when thoy are beautifully fresh from tho machine*.  Dainty Voiles at $2.00 to   $8.00  Lovely Muslins at $1.00 to   $1.60  I'btorpan Silks at special  $2.76  New T.awns with long point laee trimmings $2.50 to      $3.60  Raw Silk Skirt $2.50 lo .....'. ..! *3.00  Natty Voiles trimmed with Whit* Iia-  tine and fanoy button* at ...$2.26  Silk Crepe with Raglan Sloeve*. Neck  and sleeves trimmed with laoe  frilling, at   '.,.���     $6.00

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