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 warn  ^���fitwOw*^  ijCcf^vtaw"  ICetotoma  JAN L * Jut       f  /  ������l{^>s��nJbjT rj/"*"  ,^\jo*yc\\  !CltfWa��iIS>s^[]  V0LX1L  NO. 8  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1920.-6 PAGES  ���1.50 Per Annum  Old CohiicU Winds Up  Must Obtain Approval tp  Amend City Light and  Power Rates  Whet waa practically the filial  meeting of the 1919 council was  held Monday evening. F. V. Bol-  mea, representing the Treneo Motor  Co., appeared to protest against  the regulation prohibiting them  from driving cara over the aide*  walk at ths entrance to their premises, and waa assured the council  ��\ would give consideration to the  matter.  Mrs. M., Windsor advised the  council thst ahe waa unable at preaent to give a lease of the property  used by the city aa a police atation  She expressed willingness to - accept a monthly rental of $35, and  aubmitted a proposal that the city  . purchase the property, for 75 per  cent, of its assessed value, the city  to have the option of paying foi it  at the rate of $30 per month. This  was referred to the incoming council of 1920.  The 'Public Utilities Commission  advised the council thst in future  it would be necessary to obtain  the approval of the commission to  any alteration in the schedule of  light and power ratea.  T. Barrett, power houae fireman,  applied for aix montha leave of  absence to enable him to take a  course of steam engineering offered to him by the government as a  returned soldier. He had arranged  for a substitute during his absence.  Thia arrangement was approved.  A. B. Kno*, of Vernon, aent a  bill for $73.95 for brokeh windowa  repaired by him in a house damaged while vacant. It waa left for  the city solicitor to state what was  the city's liability in the matter,  Mr.J.W. Weart. M.P.P., wrote  aaking the council's opinion as to  the. expediency ot removing the  15 per cent, penalty for the nonpayment of taxes. The council  unanimously decided that-such a  penalty wss necessary to enforce  prompt payment.  The financial statement and auditors' report were received and  adopted.  In reference to the better housing scheme, the Mayor reported  thet as yet no tenders bed been  received for erecting the buildings.  A letter of appreciation was  sent to the Kelowna Volunteer  Fire Brigade for their services during the pest year.  Rutland News  (trices oer ova ���cirrssrroBstsat).  - Mr. Mugford, from New Hampshire, arrived (New Years' Day on  a visit to his brother.,  Rutland people we/e not behind in celebrating the birth of  the new year and many enjoyable  parties were held.  Mr. end Mra. S. Gray moved  into town thia week, having disposed of their property at Rutland.  Arthur Gray is at present building  a barn on hia new place.  There hss been good skating at  Rutland for some time past and  the lakes- are very popular placea  with the young people juat now.  On New Year'a Day a team organized in Kelowna by .Mr, MacRae  came out and met the Rutland  boya. The viaitora, Who had undoubtedly the better team, wop  by 5 to 2. The game waa warmly  contested, however, and furnished  good sport. A'large number if  spectators were .out from Kelowna  to watch the game.  T. B. Tange, of Vernon, ia relieving at tha customs office here.  Hon. Martin Burrell  Now Head of Customs  Many Cabinet Changes are  Announced at Ottawa  ' Official announcement that Ma-  or-General Mewbuin, miniater at  militia, hsd-retired from the Union*  ist government and that there had  been some shifting of portfolios.  Wss made on New Yesr's Day.  With the changes made before  the departure of Sir Robert Borden  for the south, stable political conditions will be reatored for aome  months at leaat, and the government will remain aa it ia to-day  until Sir Robert's return.  ' The cabinet ahifta announced  piece Hon. Martin Burrell, secretary of state, at the head of the  customa department, which haa  b<-en without a minister since Hon,  A. L Sifton succeeded Hon. F. B.  Carvell aa miniater of public works.  Mr. Sifton assumes the post of  secretary of state in succession of  Mr. Burrell.  The acting minister of militia  will be Hon. J. A. Calder, miniater  of immigration and colonization,  while Hon. J. D. Reid, in addition  to being minister of railways, will  assume the responsibility for tbe  department of public works.  It is. also definitely announced  that Sir Geqrge Foater, minister of  trade and commerce, will be acting  p,ime miniater during the absence  of the premier.  There are now two cabinet vacancies. New Brunswick ia atill  without a minister, owing to the  retirement of Mr Carvell from public life some months ago, while  Maj.-Gen. Mewburn'a resignation  leavea a gap in Ontario's representation in the government.  Noted Lecturer to  Speak Here Next Week  The many friends of the late Lt.  Gordon Stirling, M.C. will be interested to hear that hia sister will be  visiting Kelowna next week wilh  her husband, Carveth Wells, the  well-known explorer of the* Malay  jungles. Laat Sunday Mr, Wells  was the principal apeaker in the  Anglican 'and Mthodist churches  at Salmon Arm. Next Sunday he  speaks in the Vernon Presbyterian  and Methodist churches. Mr.  Wells is to show his wonderful  jungle pictures in Kelowna next  Thursday and Friday. Both he  and Mra. Wells have been touring  with the Chautauqua viaiting over  300 towns in Canada'during 1919.  Mr. Wells is a brilliant entertainer and lecturer, while his wife  gracefully - demonstrates Malay  methods of dressing, exhibiting  msny gorgeous oriental costumes,  As explorer in the Malay peninsular Ifor the British government  he lived for six vears in the dense  jungles amongst the natives and  apeaking their language fluently  he. has secured a good deal Jof  first-hand information. He tells of  the wonders of the jungle, describes the natives, their industries,  customs, religions and superstitions.  Good Programmes  'at Empress Theatre  Another fine Rex Beach picture will  afford e particularly interesting attraction  to the patrona of the Empress on Friday  and Saturday. This is "Ths Girl' from  Outside," and ia considered by the reviews  nd critics ea a masterly blend of powerful  Irama, gripping pathos and irresistible  humor. It ia an Alaska atory full of thrills  snd is pronounced to be Beach'a beat production.  On Monday and Tuesday, along with  another spectacular episode of the serial,  a strikints Metro film, "After Her Own  Heart," will be shown. Hals Hamilton  takes the leading role in thia picture whiah  can be recommended with entire confidence.  On Wedneaday and Thuraday another  feature will ba the beat Doug-  laa Fairbanks pictures ever presented. In  "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo" this author  of surprising stunts eclipses all paat recorda  end for lavish production, clear diasction  and all round entertaining qualities ihia  remarkable picture stands in a class by  itself.  Chinamen Open New  Masonic  Grand Matter of all Canada  on Visit from Nova Scotia  Chinatown has been en fete this  week with the opening of the new  Chinese masonic hall in the regu-  lar Chinese way, with fireworks,  muaic ana feasting. A number of  delegatea were present from Vancouver, Victoria and Princetown,  and the lodge waa further honored  by the presence of Mah Yen Yuen  of Pictou, N.Si, the grand master  of the Chineae order in Canada,  The lodge haa been in existence  in Kelowna for aeveral years, but  hss only Istely reached a poaition  where it could own ita own premises, ami the membera are consequently very proud of their new  home.   .  The festivities began Saturday  with a great display of fireworks in  front of the hall, which was decorated with electric lights, streamers  and evergreena. Inside an orchestra with wierd and peculiar instruments, made muaic. Later in  the evening the officers for the  year were elected and installed  Oa Sunday a banquet was given  in the hall, to' which invitationa  had been extended to several Kelowna citizena. Hia Worship the  Mayor, several aldermen and local  business men to the number of  fourteen or fifteen were present  and can testify to the lavish hospitality extended to them,  The membership of the locsl  Chineae lodge is stated to be in  the neighborhood of a hundred.  Mayor Sutherland will  Accept Re-Nomination  It seems likely that after all very  little change will be made in the  composition of the council thia  year unless, of course, there are  some dark horses to be trotted out  on nomination day, which ia extremely unlikely, suitable ��� and  willing-candidates being apparently not very plentiful.  Several of the members had signified their desire to step out with  the end of the year, amongst them  being Mayor Sutherland. His departure would especially be a serious loss to the city in view of his  wide experience ot municipal matters. Hia aervice on the city council forma an almost unbroken record since the incorporation of the  city in 1905.  It wss in view of this that a committee of business men waited this  week on Mayor Sutherland, and  after much persuation induced  him to conaent to allowing his  name to again go before the  electora aa a candidate the chiel  office. The deputation alao waited  on the other membera of the council and obtained a aimilar promise  from each, the only exception  being Aid. Mantle, who is now out  of the city and unavailable..  In a liat of students who obtained satisfactory standing at the recent University - of B.C exams.,  appear the following former pupils  of the High School: Dorothea  Buck, Ralph Bulman, Terence  Crowley, George Day, Gladstone  Lingille, Alva Geep, Godfrey  Groves, Louise Campbell, Marjorie  Bulman, Marjory Switzer, Everett  Faulkner, Margaret Clarke, Vivian  Jonea, Ethel Magee.  What ia claimed to be the highest priced car of applea ever shipped from British Columbia was  ioaded at Creaton for the holiday  trade at Winnipeg. It contained  840 boxea oi fruit which netted  the grower clear of all selling expenses $2507. These were of the  Delicious variety and constituted  two-fifths of the crop gathned  from a'four-acre tract of the R. J.  Long orchard. The total crop of  the four acrea was 2000 boxea,  which brought the growera $5250.  Women's Institute  Had Successful Year  Report Shows Large Membership and Satisfactory  Financial Condition  The Kelowna Women's Institue  held their annual meeting last  Saturday afternoon, when the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Cartridge; vice-pre.  aident, Mra. Swerdfager; director.  Mrs. Austin, and secretary, Mias I.  Reekie.  The institute haa just concluded  a most successful year, which haa  included a variety of undertakinga.  The financial statement ahowed a  total of receipts of $1028.20 wilh  disbursements of $538.83. Of the  balance, $475 haa been donated  during the past week to provide a  piano and gramophone for the  War Veterans.  The secretary's report in reviewing, the events of the year, mentions  the fact that the Institute has now  aecured a convenient and permanent place of meeting in the former  Red Cross building near Knox  Church.  The membership for the year  haa numbered 143, much of the  increase being the result of a competition held early in the year.  In addition to the regular meetings at which many interesting addresses were given, the Institute  held a successful annual flower  ahow, a sale of work, and recently  a Christmas bazaar, besides taking  charge of the women's work at the  Fall Fair. Mra. Ralph Smith. M.LA.  was a notable viaitor a short time  ago, and gave a most instructive  address. The Institute war work  had happily coma to an end, but  there waa atill the returned soldier,  who needed their, assistance in  reestabliahment in civil life. The  Institute had contributed a Victory  Bond towards the Wsr Memorial.  The next meeting waa to be held  February 7th in conjunction with  the Hospital Aid. A shower will  be held for the local hoapita).  Sugar Shortage  Again Next Year  # sa��a��s��syjs��ss��s,  . '���! .        hH  Has Important Bearing on Fruit  Industry���Shortage of Transportation Facilities    f  G. W. V. A. Notes  The GW.V.A. has decided not  to include "honorably rejected"  volunteers in the referendum to be  taken regarding associate membership.  The Women's Institute haa presented a piano and $125 towards  the coat of a gramophone to the  G.W.V.A. club.  Mr. L. Holman gave a very interesting address on tobacco growing to the members laat Saturday  at the conclusion of the regular  meeting. About ninety acres were  devoted to tobacco growing in this  district laat year.  It ia again requested that any  large landownera who are willing  to aell to the Land Settlement.  Board of B.C. or Soldiers'. Settlement Board, for the purpose  of  itablishing a community of small  holders send particulars to the  secretary ol the local G.W.V.A.  The Women's Auxiliary and  house committee have arranged  a mixed programme of singing,  music and dancing for Thursday  eyening, the 15th.  The W. A. have arranged to hold  the next dance at Morrison Hall  on Friday, the 23rd.  A man prominent in the construction of the Kamloopa-Kelowna  branch stated this week that without a question of a doubt the road  would be completed and in operation early in the fall of this year.���  Kamloops Sentinel.  A prisoner in the Vernon lockup made a murderous assault upon  the city constable Tuesday, beat-  ing him with an iron bar. The  prisoner failed, however, to make  I good hia escape, and will now have  a serious charge to face.  Mr, R. M. Winslow, aecretary. of  the B. C. Traffic and Credit Association, an organization of fruit  handlers and shippers, addressed  a meeting Saturday afternoon in  the Board of Trade room on the  various problems which are coif-  fronting (he fruit industy at the  preaent time, arid recounted some  of the conditions which made, the  work of disposing of the past season's heavy crop unusually hard.  ��� One of the causes which contributed very largely to the shippers' worries was the sugar shortage. The fruit markets were dependent to a large extent upon the  maintenance of an adequate > supply of sugar for preserving, canning, etc., and the scarcity of the  past few months had had a very  detrimental effect upon sales., Nor  waa the situation likely to be much  better this year. There would certainly be anoteer ahortage, which  might become acute about the  middle of August. Canada manufactured last year 350,000 tons of  sugar; this year it waa estimated  that 425,000 tons would ba required. The present ahortage was  due largely to scarcity of ships in  which to bring raw sugar, and also  to the heavy demanda mode by  the war-devastated countries of  Europe. One remedy seemed to  be to persuade consumers to buy  largely in the spring, thus equalizing the demand and enabling the  refineries to keep running at full  capacity.  . Mr. Winslow alao dealt with the  transportation problem, a matter  even more serious than the sugar  shortage. There waa a great lack  f rolling atock in Canada at the  present time, and especially of the  kind needed for the conveyance  of fruit. In all Canada there were  only about 4,000 refrigerator cars,  a number which almoat any single  American railroad could command. It waa necessary to get  after the railways still more energetically to increase their facilities  for handling the fruit crops.  The following reaolution was  paaaed:."Be it resolved that we  ask the British Columbia Fruit  Growera' Association to earnestly  press that immediate action be  taken to avoid. the repetition of  the vegetable losses of 1919  through sugar shortage and lack  of sufficient cara ' to move our  cropa during the proper period.".  Ten states were ahaken by the  earthquake which, Saturday night.  destroyed at least two villages and  cauaed many deatha in the State of  Vera Cruz. Theae states were  Mexico, Puebla, Vera Cruz, Oaxaca  Guellello, Morelos, Jalisco, Tlax-  eala, Hindalgo and Queretaro.  Local Couple Married  New Year's Day  A very pretty wedding took  place New Yeara Day when Charles Bain Calder, eldeat aon of Mr.  and Mrs. W. B. M. Calder, of KeU  owna, was married to Miss Merle  Winnifred Thompson, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson, of  Lawson Avenue. The ceremony  waa performed by the Rev E. D.  Brad -n at the home of the bride,  at 12.30 noon, in the presence of  a small gathering of the parenta  and immediate friends. The bride,  who waa attended by her sister  Ethel as bridesmaid, waa prettily  dressed in white aatin, with Georgette crepe trimming, and carried  a handsome bouquet. The groom's  brother Jim acted as best man.  Mra. V. Lemon played the "Wedding March." Following a luncheon the happy couple left by car  for Vernon. They are to reside  on Ellis street.  mm Killed in  I���':��� Fall From Wagon  Found Lying in Roadway With  Skull Fractured ''���':';.  Through a runaway accident  while hauling ice, Pooran Singh,  one of the beet-known local Hindoos, met his death Tuesday. He  was discovered lying, dead jri a  pool of bipod on the hill between  Bankheid' and the Five Bridges,  having,apparently fallen from hia  wagon amongst the1 horses'' feet.  His head was smashed in aa if  from a kick from an iron-shod  hoof." :,''���... . '���'-.' .-'  Pooran Singh, who had, been a  most valued farm helper for A. W.  Dalgleish of Rutland, for several  years, bad started in the morning  to fetch a load of ice from Bank-  head. Having got his load he had  taken a short cut through to the  main road. It is supposed that in  descending the hill near the Har-  riss ranch the team had taken  fright and he had been shaken  from hia seat. The team waa afterwards found tied up near Bar-  lee'a place. "*  Two men driving by firat saw  the body of the unfortunate man  and telephoned to the police' in  Kelowna who went at once .with a  doctor. The poor fellow waa quite  dead, however, and he was removed to town to await an inquest,  which' waa held yesterday. No  one actually saw the accident, but  from tbe circumstantial evidence a  verdict of accidental death (waa  given..  Pooran Singh was one' of the  beat ot the, local Hindoos and had  been working in the district for  many years. He.waa the only one  in the neighbourhood just now,  tho rest of his countrymen 'having  gone to the coaat for the. winter.  Hia only relative waa a couain,  Banta, who haa bean wired to for  instructiona regarding the funeral.  A man named John Bulko waa  killed this week at the C.N.R. construction camp at Long Lf ke. He  was leading a horse by a rope  which 'he had looped ever hia  wiist, when the horse ran : away  dragging him over the ground.  Twenty-three bigamy chargea  appeared on the calendar of the  autumn assizes at Manchrstet,  England.  KELOWNA FARMERS' INSTITUTE  The Annual Meeting will ht held in the  Board of Trade room on Saturday, Janu.  uary I Oth, at -1 p.ni.(immedielcly (allowing  the meeting of the B.C.F.G.A. local).  Business Election of officers; election of  delegate to attend the Diatrict Conference  at Vernon; to receive resolutions for the  District Conference; lo discuss end peaa  upon the question of the consolidation of  all agricultural interests in the form of a  general association.  R. L. DALGLISH, Secretary.  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the  undersigned snd endorsed "Tender for  Horse Stable, Experimental Farm, Summer-  land, B.C.," will be received until 12 o'clock  noon, Thuraday, January IS, 1920,. for the  construction of a horae stable at the Experimental Farm, Summerland, B.C.  Plana and Specifications can -be aeen  and forma of tender obtained at the offices  of the Chief Architect, Department of  Public Works, Ottawa, thu Superintendent  of Experimental Farm, Summerland, B.C.,  the Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C , and  the Superintendent of Maintenance, Department of. Public Works, Vancouver, B.C.  Tendera will pot be considered unleaa  made on the forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with the conditions set forth therein.      T r  Each tender must be accompanied hy  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the ordae of the Miniater of  Public Works, equal to 10 p.c. of the  amount of the tender War Loan Bonds  of the Dominion will also be accepted ea  security, or war bonde and cheques if required to make up an odd amount.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, December 20.1919. a rMJK TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, January 6,1920'  UfNOPSiB OF OOAL MINING  iUrXJULATiONB  Coal mining rights at taa Dominion  la alanlfetxa. Saskatchewan and Alberta, tha Yukon Territory, tha Northwest  Territories, aad In portion ot tha Pro-  vines or British Columbia may be leaser! (er a term' of twenty-one yeara at  an annual rsntal ot 11 an sora. Not  mora than MOv auras will ha leased to  ona applioant.  Apylluatlone tor tha laaaa muat ba  made by the applicant In pereon le the  Agent er Sub-agent e( tha distriot In  wnlsh tha rights applied ter are situates.  gaoh application mast ba aeaomnanl*  aa by a taa st If, whioh will ba refunded It the rights stilled (or are not  available, but set otherwise. A royalty shell ba paid as tha merchantable  output et the atne al lha rats ot five  osnts par ten.  ttt surveyed territories tha land must  ts daaorlhad by aestlona or legal subdivisions ���( sasllens, and In unaurvaycd  territory tha treat applied tor shall ba  riiajped out by the uppllouni himself.  Tna parson operating tha mine ahall  tur-Dtah the ageat with sworn ralurua  ���eusuntlna far tue lull quantity ot  rtienltanrsiBlo essrl raised and pay tha  royalty tbsrten. It ths ooal mining  I'lghB are aot being eparatad. auah re*  atwll bs furnished al least saoe  . will laaluda the seal sain-  onVr, bat tha laaaae may be  ta trtrabaae whatever avail-  .aa rlehta may ba eensldsrsd  far tna working o( tbe mine  rote ef lis an sore.  'O0I    Information    application  _ a�� Suds (a lha SaaraUry of the  ttriieat st Mis laterlor, Ottawa, or  Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  w. w. cost.  Usputy Miniater of ths Interior  (N.U.��� Uneuthorlaarl  publication  of  Mils sdvartlssmant will not bt paid tor)  Ward I Baldock  QONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  BANKO  BERKSHIRES  Our foundation herd conteina lhe  beet procurable Hcgaimported from  US. A.  From Costard Breading Estates.  Chicago��� Sow, aired by the famous  ���boehel Boer, sold for 110,000.  From Winona Ranch, Oregon���  HOMEWOOD LEADER 3. lat  prise at Vancouver end New Westminster, 1919 and CHAMPION  BOAR, any age, at Vancouver. 1911.  RIVER BANKS LAUREL. II. Itt  prise et Vancouver end et New  Westminster, 1919. snd CHAMPION  SOW, any age, et Vencouver and at  New Wetlmintter. 1919.  Service al HOMEWOOD LEAD.  BR J. SS.  Boers sad Gilts for aala.  Butted Orchard Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputation aad  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the beat  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will bs ip Kalowna ia a law weeks  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  & CHAPMAN  Phone 217.    P.O. Boa IS I  Upholstering  Poliihinf & Furniture Repairs  Now ia tha time to beve  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy east and malts it  like asw.  Mattresses  Re-mode  Pianos, Ate.  Polished  Cotwy Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lata with Kelowna Furniture Co.  KELOWNH RECORD  PeUitM every Tberasley et Ketowu,  .ion* LKATHJei  Nttes and FYopriaSe*  ranler rets   eaa have  sis  8DB8OBIPTI0II  sUTat)  I1.SO   set   teat:   TSt..   sU  Slates 10 aaa  Satxorlbam  at the  .sirs Doners called lo  at HAL? BATE. La.. Ti'  This spatial nrivUaaa   la   crests*   lot   tk  ouruoas ol advsctislae tht sttv east dararlss.  IU i.tisrtellias smtabls la Mtvaaas  anvaanswa satis  loixis Monon. PBontssioxAL casdh  ETC.. Sit centa osi eolaasa task aat weak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTIOBS-SS aan. ISr  10 davs II.  IVATM11 MOT1CES-SI las Sva  I.KUAL ADVEBTISlMO-Hrst Isesrtlna. IS  seats ess Saai sees, stlliisaiat lassrtioa. S  osats oar Has.  'IIBPLAT AWEBTISEHIMTS - Two laskss  aad aadar. SO saeta nst leek lint lasartloe  ores two lasses 40 esats psr Inah Best a>  ssrlloa: SO seats osr lock seek aabsanaaal  Insertion.  IIUSHViaO ADVKHTI8��alENTS -1 esats  oar word first laaartioa. 1 seat osr word  saura sabsaaaaat Isasrtlna  Annual Provincial  Seed Fair This Month  On January 27th and 28th the  Provincial Seed Fair will be held  at Kamloops. Last year it will be  remembered that it waa held at  Kelowna, bv r��ason ol Kelowna  guaranteeing tha greatest number  of entries and aa .Kamloops had  been a good runner up it was decided lhat tha 1920 aeed (air  should ba held there. At the last  two fairs Kelowna lifted the majority of the pr>zea and il ia up to the  district to show that it can still  lead by sending a big entry and  returning wilh a big poition of the  $744 offered in prizes, lhe Department of Agriculture will pay  all transportation chaagea on seed  shipped to the lair and there ia no  entry fee.  The fifty classes on the list include grains, beana, peas, grass  seeds, flower and vegetable seeds,  potatoea and collections, and prize  jists and entry forma can be obtained from the secretary, Geo. C.  Hay, Kamloops, or fiom R. L.  Dalglish or T. M. Anderson, Kelowna.  In connection with the Seed  Fair will be held a aeries of meetings to be addressed by various  experts on the different phase? of  seed-growing and marketing. The  B.C. Seedgrowers', the B.C. Stockbreeders', and the B.C. Wool Grow-  era' Associations will also hold their  annual meetings.  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. Alex Reid returned home*  on Monday afttr a thort holiday  at Regina.  Mrs. A Hardy returned from tha  eoast on Tueadav afternoon.  Mr. and Mrs. Rob Munson of  Olds, Alta., have been visiting their  many friends in Benvoulin and  diatrict.  The annual mealing of ths Ladiea  Aid of Bethel Presbyterian Church  will be held at the home of Mra. J.  B. Fiahar on Wednesday neat,  January 14th at 3 o'clock. All  members ara requested to attend  Mr. and Mra. Lanlevt, who have  been viaiting Mr. and Mrs. Rawlins  for the paat week, left on Tsiesday  for Vancouver.  Surpriae partiea aeem to be the  fashion theae days. During the  past week there hsve been two,  one visiting the home of Mr. and  Mra. Chamberlain and another at  Mias Dav'a. Dancing was the order  of the evening and everyone teemed to have a good time.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  Wa Repair  Any .TIRE or TUBE  that ia repairable  Our guarantee ie good.   Try us.  G. LANE  A 35-year veteran  O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave., Kelowne  Correspondence  Readers sre reminded that opinions espresssd  in letter, inssrted undsr this hsedias are not ae*  c.s.srily .nuor.cd ky II.. letters should be ssbri.f  as possible and te ths point.  The Editor,  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir: Having heatd in various quartera the auggeation that  the Indian reserves ahould be taken  or purchased from the Indiana, in  order that the returned aoldiert be  established upon them, I venture  to write a protest and auggett an  alternative.  The Indians owned Canada, at  we all know, long before our ancestors, who came here, knew that  there waa auch a country and the  latter simply came along and took  it, and the Indiana were assigned a  porrion of their own land.  1 have read that a few yeara ago  tha Indians were excluded from  fishing in their own rivera. They  are not allowed to aell part of their  land, to fish without a licenae, or  to cut their own timber and aell it  to any lumber factory. People  have complained that the Indians  let their land lie idle, and that it is  needed for production. Westbank  haa been cited aa an example and  aeveral have expressed a wilh to  live there.  Now thit detire for the Indian  reterves reminds one of Naboth't  vineyard:" Ahab tpake unto Naboth  laying, 'Give me thy vineyard, that  I may have it for a garden of herbs  became it ii near unto my houie .   and 1 will give thee the worth  of it in money.' And Naboth said  to Ahab, 'The Lord forbid it me,  that 1 should give the inheritance ot  my fathers unto thee'," I Kings,  XXI.. The result of Ahab'a obtaining possession of it ii given in the  same chapter.  In order to improve land it taket  capital. What could the poorer  Indian! do dumped down on a  piece of land without it, and with  their meana of obtaining a living  denied them? Centuriea ago the  Indiana roamed fearlessly over the  prairies and through the forests,  monarchs of all they surveyed. To  day they appear cowed aa do alao  their dogs. To one who haa studied human nature it ia a pitiful  sight.  For yeara our tradera have robbed the Indiana of their fur bearing  animala. Ia it any wonder that  their witt are aharpened in order  to make a living? At a man remarked to me the other day : "The  Indiana cheat us." 1 aak you who  taught them that? Was it not our  tradera of by-gone yeara who offered them baublea for their valuable  furs, and are we not reaping what  haa been town?  One of the chief reatona of our  going to war waa to "protect the  rightt of amall and weak nations.  It strikea me that the Indiana are  in that position in the pretent day  and yet during thia tame war, they  helped ua to the extent of 3,500  men who enliated.  lt thia the way to repay the  Indiana for what they have done  for ut? Remember aome of them  are returned aoldiera. Now we  are not hard up for land in thit  big Canada of oura. There are  numeroua white men who hold  whole, half and quarter aectiont.  Many of them have not even walked once over all their land; but  have only cultivated a amall portion of it. Why ahould not they  be atked to tell part of it to the  government for out returned men,  or better still, *hy not get them to  allot a given number of ecres free  'to all returned men who wish to  go in for farming.  Reward the Indians, who have  fought for us, by removing all restrictions which epply to white  men re licenses snd fishing, etc.  Remember we ara the interlopers.  I sm, youra faithfully, ���  (Miss) E. C. METGE.  Lytton hss been quarantined on  account of smallpox. The provincial police are rounding up all  Indians and placing them in quarantine until the few caaea of smallpox, now under charge, are beyond  the ttage of contagion.  ICE ICE  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUR SHED  Now if Um time to lay in your  ���upply for next Mtion  $1.20 perton  At Coeen'a Pond  Extra charge ior delivery  Special rate for large quantity  Aaply  ERNEST SNOWSELL  Local Scouts' Column  Edited by "Wolf."   Jan. 6th, 1920  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thuraday, January 15th,  1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Cougars; next for duty, the  Beavers.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday the 13th inst. at 7.15 p.m.  The bugle band will parade for  practice at the fire-hall on Thuraday the 15th intt. at 7.30 p.m.  There will be basket-ball practice  on Friday the 9th intt. for number  2't at 7.15 p.m. and for number I'a  at 6 p.m., and there will be basketball practice on Wedneaday the  Uth inst. for number 3'a, at 7.15  p.m, and for number 2's at 8.15  p.m.  Iks following is ths order in which ths  troop haa been divided for bstltet-bell  practices :���  Number I'a: Davis, Hunter, A. Caen,  J. Groves, G. Mantle, Butler, Parkinson,  MeKeniie, DuMoulin, Calder and Day.  Number 2't: Walter, Todd,Latta,Small  G Cunningham, Clarence, Whitehead,  Rowcliffe, Neish, Ball, P. Geen, Wilson.  Aitken, Cooper and E. Groves,  Number 3 a: H. Mantle,Dore, Hubbard.  Morden, L. Cunningham, Taylor,. Harvey,  McCarthy, H. Cunningham, Sutherland,  Brown, Laidlaw, Akeroyd and Williams  Theae three divisions will eech select a  captain and vice-captain from amongst  themselves, and if there ere any scouts  who may find it impossible to attend these  basket-ball practicea they will plssse let  their patrol lesdera know at once.  We hope to make anangement to have  Summerland up here again and have another three matches so wt thtll be glad to  know what scouls can billet visiting acouta  and how many as toon ss possible. The  K.A.A.C. are going to practice basket-ball  in the Exhibition building on Mondey and  Thursday evenings and the Ladies' Club  on Tuesday eveninga and Saturday after-  We have made no definite arrangements  ss yet with regard to our annual Christmas  bun-feed but nope to have something to  ennounce very shortly. Sometimes we  hear the blase youth of Kelowns exclaiming at to the "slowness" of thit town, but  ea far as we ere concerned there esema to  be much more to do end strange for than  the seven dsyt a week and. twenty-four  houra a day will allow.  Professional Cards  BURNE V tVEDDELL  Barriater,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne,  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR or BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Csn.Sac.C.fe.  Coneultlng Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Surveyor  Survsjs end Reports en lldsareoe Works  ApaJkalieas (os Wster Licensee  KELOWNA. B.C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendosi Street  and   Lawrence  Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, Vi., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 i/_.����  nr  Reaidence     3IJ     V*""*' BC-  Calls loft with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Black, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetaon dt Mantle Block Kelowna  Phone 327  HENjA AHBlERf*"-  .Sosraas  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  ^*S****t*<+t+4*+t^***ttl**t*t+^+*ttlt'^*+ft*^^tsj  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for ell classes  of work  rvsyyNtWMMS^vvywrJiVeies^v^As^  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER Or DANCING  Classes Forming for ths New Yssr  Phons for sn appointment  s  E  R  V  I  C  E  THE  OIL  SHOP  CALL AROUND   We are alwaya glad to  lest your, battery for  you end provide dis  tilled weter for your  use FREE.  We also RECHARGE snd  REPAIR your BATTERY  s  E  R  V  I  C  E  FREE AIR DAY & NIGHT  SERVICE   '  Corner Telephones  Lawrence Avenue      ]. W. B. BROWNE, Prop. Day 2S7  Pendosi Street ,   Night 67  Harness and Harness Repairs  Thst is our businett and  we can give you good aervice.   Call'  and aee our new atock of Work'Harneat.   It is good value.,  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time savss good money  to ths wise former.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS 1  SHOE REPAIRING.    We have just added a Shoe Repairing Department, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to ua.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  BritishColumbiaCrownSeeds;  Buy your  Root, Vegetable, and Flower Seeds  Direct fro in tlte  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  A Cooperative Orgatuntwa ef Seed Growers.  Our Specialities :���  North Western Dent end Quebec 28 Corn  Yellow Globe Danvers Onion       Mangel and Turnip Seed  Alfalfa and Sweet Clover        Vegetablea���all varieties  Writs st ones lor Catalogue and Price Liat to the Head Office and Cleaning  Plant, 38, MAIN STTEET. PENTICTON. B.C.  "QUALITY SEEDS GROWN NORTH OP THE 491k PARALLEL"  McEtOan, the Photographer  sffTT "*eB* '�� announce tnat ** nM taken over from  '���LI I Mr. Willie the studio end business of Hudson,  Stocks fit Co., snd the premises ere now being  renoveted and refitted. When this is done the whole  business will be transferred from the Rowcliffe Block  to the new studio. With the larger facilities. thus  afforded Mr. McEwan will be in ��� poaition to give  first-rate photographic tervice. Hia many yeara  experience in professional work with same of the  .best old country end Canadian firms ia a guarantee  of good work.  PORTRAITS  ENLARGING     PICTURE FRAMING  LANDSCAPE AMATEUR FINISHING  1 Thursday, January 8,1920  KaUOWNA  HECORD  PA04 THRBS  1 he  1  eiowna  REGISTERED OFFICE  Storage, Li  orage, omice  KELOWNA, B.C.  V- >������'.  CAPITAL   -   35,000.00  Divided into 3,500 Shares of $10.00 each  EIGHT PER CENT. PER ANNUM GUARANTEED SHAffiS  Crop Losses, 1919  Need for Storage  The 1919 (ruit season has very forcibly shown the necessity (or  storage for the Fruit and Vegetable Crop of the Kelowna District, in  the great loss sustained by the Growers mainly through insufficient  storage to protect the crop (rom (rost and ether conditions.  Storage Building Capacity  The Kelowna Storage, Limited, has received the preliminary  plana of a Frost-Proof Storage Building 86 (eet by 130 (eet, three  stories high, with a capacity of 150 cars of apples.  Eight per cent. Guaranteed  Fruits and Vegetables are perishable commodities which need  protection against frost, delays in transportation and glutted markets.  Occasions arise when these commodities require to be held until the  markets are able -to absorb them, otherwise prices suffer and disaster  follows.  Facilities must be provided for storage, and the enterprise of the  Kelowna Storage, Limited, should commend itself to all persons who  are financially interested in the prosperity of the Kelowna Pistrict,  whether directly interested in the Fruit Business or not.  A lease (or this building has been entered into between the Stor  age Company and the Kelowna Growers' Exchange, whereby the  latter has agreed to lease the Storage Building (or a period of twenty  years, paying therefor, a rental which guarantees eight'per cent, per  annum on the par value of the shares of The Kelowna Storage, Limited,  according to the prospectus).  Canada War Bonds at par  Arrangements have been made whereby intending subscribers  for shares may pay for them in Canada War Bonds. Such bonds will  be accepted at their par value.  PROSPECTUS  THE KELOWNA STORAGE, LIMITED  REGISTERED OFFICE, KELOWNA, B.C.  Incorporated under the "Companies Act," being Chapter 39 of the Revised Statutes of  British Columbia, 1911, and Amending Acts.  ^5- CAPITAL #35,000.06  Divided into 3300 sharea of $10.00 each  All of the above Shares are ordinary shares and the balance of 2,004 shares are now  offered for public subscription, payable as follows:���  10 per cent, upon application and**the balance upon allotment.  1466 shares, equal to $14,980.00, have already been allotted.  -        THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY ARE:  .EDWARD MAURICE CARRUTHERS,     of Kelowna, B.C.  GEORGE ALEXANDER BARRAT, of Kelowna, B.C.  CHARLES FRANCIS RUSH, of Glenfnore, Kelowna, B.C.  GROTE STIRLING, of Kelowna, RC.  JOHN COUSSMAKER ANDERSON, of Kelowna, B.C  The Bankers of the Company are The Royal Bank of Canada, of Kelowna, B.G.  The Auditor of the Company is Mr. C.-H. Jackson, of Kelowna, B.C., Notary Public.  The Solicitors of the Company are Messrs. Burne & Weddell, of Kelowna, B.C.  '   The Secretary of the Company is Mr. J. L. Macready, of Kelowna, B.C. (occupation,  Secretary of the Kelowna Growers' Exchnge).  Copy hereof filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies as required by Sub-section 4 of Section 89 of the  .  .   ' Companies Act. R. S. B. C. 1911, Chapter 39.  Land Company Manager  Fruit Grower  Fruit Grower  Civil Engineer  Rancher  The growth of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has rendered necessary the acquisition of further warehouse and storage space, which is essential to the economical working  of its business. The public, and particularly the shareholders of the Kelowna Growers'  Exchange, are invited to assist in the progress and up-building of its business with security  for their capital and the assurance of an annual return of eight per cent, thereon.  This Company has purchased Lots 19, 20 and 21, save and' except the North  Fourteen (14) inches of Lot Twenty-one (21),. Registered Plan 744, situate in Kelowna,  B. C, on Water Street, having a frontage of 172 feet thereon, 150 feet frontage on Haynes  Avenue, and 172 feet of railway trackage, including also a warehouse with 7,250 sq. feet  of floor space. With its long trackage and frontage on two streets this is probably  the most valuable warehouse site in Kelowna and affords ample room for the construction  of new buildings.  The Kelowna Growers' Exchange has agreed to lease the property from the Company  for a term of twenty years at an annual rental sufficient to pay a return of 8% on the  Company's subscribed capital, and has agreed in addition to pay all taxes, insurance, maintenance and other expenses connected with the property, also to pay a reasonable sum  annually to the Company to cover depreciation of the buildings on the property.'  Further issues of shares may be made from time to time to provide monies for the  erection of new buildings or improvements to the'property, and if and when this should be  done tlie Kelowna Growers' Exchange has agreed to enter into a new lease to cover the  increased value of the property, upon the eame terms and conditions as are set forth  above.  It is proposed that at a future date the shareholders of the Company will sell their  shares at par for cash to the Kelowna Growers' Exchange as soon as it has the necessary  funds for such purchase, and for this purpose to secure the agreement of all applicants for  shares to sell'their shares, at the time of their application.  The Company has been promoted under the auspices of the Directors of the  Kelowna Growers' Exchange who take pleasure in being able to urge its shareholders and the  public to support  them and  finance the requirements of its business in this sound and  S-ofitabte undertaking.   The Directors of the Company are all Directors of the Kelowna  rowers' Exchange as well.  A copy of the Company's memorandum of Association, with the names, descriptions  and addresses of the signatories thereto and the number of shares subscribed for by them  respectively, is printed at the foot of this prospectus and forms part of it.  The Articles of Association provide that the qualification of a Director is to be the  holding of at least one share in the Company, and that the future remuneration of the  Directors and their remuneration for service performed previously to the First General Meeting shall be determined by the Company in General Meeting. Also that the Company may in  General Meeting from time to time alter the remuneration, qualification and number of the  Directors. The Articles further provide that the Directors may from time to time appoint  one or more of their body to be managing director or managing directors of the Company  at a remuneration to be fixed from-time to time by the Directors, which may be by way  of salary or commission, or participation in profits, or by any or all of these methods.  The Articles of Association also provide that if the Company shall offer any of its  shares to the public for subscription: , .', .'..   ..,-  (a) The Directors shall not make any allotment thereof unless and until at least one  per cent, of the shares so offered shall have been subscribed, and the sums payable on  ���application shall have been paid to and received by the Company, but this provision  is no longer to apply -after the first allotment of shares offered to the public for sub- :  scription has been made. ���*���-..        ' *'  (b) The amount payable on application on each share so offered shall not be,less  than five per cent, of the nominal amount of the share. Also that if the Company  shall not offer any of its shares to the public for subscription the Directors' shall not  proceed to allotment until five shares have been subscribed for and fifty per cent,  has been paid up on each share.  -The names and addresses of the Vendors of Lots 19, 20 and 21, save and except the  North Fourteen (14) inches of libt Twenty-one (21>, Registered Plan 744, KeleTt/na, B.C.,  which the Company has purchased for $10,000, are Benjamin de Furlong Boyee, of Kelowna,  B.C., Physician, and Palmer Brooks Willits, of Kelowna, B.C., Druggist, and the-Kelowna  Growers' Exchange, an incorporated Company having its registered office at Kelowna, B.C.'  The property as mentioned above was held by the Kelowna Growers'. Exchange under  Agreement for Sale from the said Benjamin de Furlong Boyee and Palmer Brooks, Willits,  and for its interest in the property the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has received 200 shares  of the Company, equal to $2,000, and the said Boyee and Willits are to receive $8,000 cash  under the terms ofthe said Agreement, jvith interest, thereon on the unpaid balance at the  rate of 8% per annum from the 1st day of May, 1919.  The amount of preliminary expenses of the Company was $261.23.  The Directors of the Company were interested in the said property purchased, by the  Company as Shareholders of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange. The sharesihelrj by the Directors in the Kelowna Growers'Exchange are as follows:��� -'��� '.    )        1    ,'���  Edward Maurice Carruthers,  George Alexander Barrat,  Russell Fordharn,  Grote Stirling,  John Coussmaker Anderson,  one-share,  one share,  one share,    . ���  one share, '  four shares.  Copies of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company can be  inspected at the registered office of the Company at any time during business hours or at the  office of C. H. Jackson and H. W. Farmer, joint selling agents, Kelowna, B.C., and copies of  this Prospectus and Forms of Application for shares can also be obtained at the-registered  office of the* Company.    Form of application for shares also accompanies the prospectus.  Applications for shares shouid be made upon the Application Forms so obtained and  sent to the registered office of the Company, or to C. H. Jackson and H. W. Fartaieri jojnt  selling agents, Kelowna, B.C.,. together with a remittance of Lhe amount of the deposit!    E  'Where no allotment is made the deposit, will be returned in full,'and whe^e tjhe  number of shares allotted is less than the number applied for the balance of the deposit will  be applied towards the remaining payments.  Failure to pay any future instalments of shares allotted when due, will render previous payments liable to forfeiture.  This Prospectus has been duly filed with the Registrar of Joint. Stock Companies at  Victoria, B.C. .        . ���  Dated this 2nd day of January, 1920.  .  Signatures:  EDWARD M. CARRUTHERS  GEORGE A. BARRAT  (per J. L. Macready)  CHAS. F. RUSH  GROTE STIRLING  J. C. ANDERSON  Witness to the above,   ' .        "  J. L. MACREADY,  Accountant,.  Kelowna, B.C.  Shares may be obtained at the Office of The Kelowna Growers' Exchange, or from C. H. JACKSON and H. W. FARMER, joint selling agents, office Bernard Avenue  (next to Royal Bank)  SUBSCRIPTION LIST NOW OPEN KBLOWNA   1BC01D  Thuraday, J-nraary 8/1928'  DISPERSION SALE of  PURE-BRED  Holstein Cattle  ���nd a number of HORSES  Wednesday, January 14th, at 1 p.m.  AT  THE GLENMORE RANCH  BULLS  29891���Sir Woodcrest Clyde (born March  21, 1912): air*, Astasia Goldan Butler  Kmjidera.Woor'cre.iTehs.Clyd,. His  dim made a record al thraa jraara old  without goinf dry at all. Tha sirs waa  from a 19.1b. dam and by tha notad sirs.  Tka King of Buttsr Kings, whoaa aira  waa a 110,000 bull and whosa Jam wat  tha 31.1b. M��W Porrtiec Rag Appla;  not a week spot in hia padigraa.  420**J-Edgehill Sir Wayne Da Kol (born  Dee. 29. 191*0; tira. Sheriden Prince of  Wayne; dam. Lady JalmarGem Da Kol.  Hit aira waa a great ahow bull, winning  many first prizes and a ailver cup for  Graad Champion. Hit dam, a' finely  brad granddaughter of Gem Piatarje Da  Kol, who had 19 A.R.O. daughters.  COWS  71926���Edgahill Pauliat Pontiac (bora  Nov.6, Ivl2):aira,SagiaPonliacPietertje;  dam, Rigtje Aurora Pauline. Her aire ia  a finely bred aaa of King Segia Pontiac,  oaa of the greatest tranemitting sires of  tha bread whose owner, refused $10,000  for him.  71927-EdgehiUSegie DeKol (born Dec.  12, 1912); aira, Sagia Ponliaa Pietertje.  dam, Lady Jalmar Gam De Kol.  71234���Edgehill Johanna Queen (born  April 4, 1914); aira, Captain Walker  Burke; dam, Johanna Quoaa.  31063 -EdgthiH Clothilda Quean (born  Dae. 16, 1913); aire, Lakeview Dutch-  land Hengerveld ; dam, Clothilda Quean.  72082-Edgehill Lily Wayna (born Nov.  30, 1913); aira, Sheridan Prince of  Wayna; dam, Lady JalmarGem De Kol  71720-Edgahill Paulina Wayne (bora  Nov. 24. 1913); sire. Sharidan Prince of  Wayna; dan,, Rigtje Aurora Pauline.  72017-Edgahill Poly Wayna (born March  12, 1914); tire, Sheridan Prince of  Wayne; dam, Hardytton Poly.  8435-Hellen De Kol Beauty (born March  18, 1907): aire. Sylvan Queen'a De Kol  Boy; dam, Loio'a Beauty.  72016-Edoshill Alberte Wayna (born Dec.  2,1914); eire, Sheridan Prince of Weyne;  dam, Rigijs Aurora Pauline.  71336-Edgehill HaHan D* Kol (born July  5,1911); eire, Sheridan Prince of Wayne;  dam, Hallen Da Kol Beauty.  72080-Edgahill Quaan Johanna (born  Nov. 24, 1916); aire, Sharidan Prince of  Wayna; dam, Johanna Queen.  71323���Edgehill Countess Pauline (born  AorilS. 1915); aira. Sir Woodcreat Clyde;  dam, Countess Castlne.  72013-Edgahill Clothilda Clyde (born  Feb. 4,1917); sire,SirWoodcrestClyde;  dam, Edgehill Clothilda Queen.  72014���Edgahill Queen Clothilda (born  April 1. 1916); aire, Sharidan Prince of  Wayna ; dam, Clothilda Queen.  72011���Edgahill Johanna Pat (born Aug.  14, 1917); aira, Sharidan Prince of  Wayna; dam, Johanna Quaan 2nd.  72081��� Edgehill Princess Poly (born Dec  14, 1916) ; aira, Sheridan Prince of  Wayna; dam, Hardytton Poly.  HEIFERS���10 head from 14 months old  to three yaara old; soma in calf.  CALVES���Five heifers and two built.  STEERS���Seven head from 14 months to  three years old.  NOTE���Alao a number of horses.  The Foundation Stock of this Herd  were selected from heavy producing atock and liave been  bred* to imported belli, wlioae dnm�� were heavy producer*,  go you cannot go wrong in aecuring. aome to atart your  future herd with.  Dairymen and others who wiah   to  get pure-bred  Holsteins  at your own price, now is your chance 1  Aa the leaae on the ranch has eipired tht atock will  have to be sold.  G. H. KERR,  i  Auctioneer *  The Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOMINATIONS  Ior  ���Mayor, Aldermen, Police Commissioners, and School  Trustees  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN to the Electors of the  Municipality of the Corporation of  the City of Kelowna, that I require  the presence of the said Electors  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., on the  Tw.lf.h D.y of J��nu��ry, 1920  at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose  of electing persons to represent  them in" the Municipal Council as  Mayor and Aldermen, on the Board  of Commisaionets ol Police as  Police Commissioners, and on the  Board of School Trustee* as School  Trustees.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:���  Tke Candidatea ahall be nominated in writing; the writing ahall  be aubscribed bv two votera of the  municipality as proposer and seconder, and ahall be delivered to the  Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and  two p.m. of the day of the nomination ; the said writing may be in  the form numbered Five (5) in the  schedule of the Municipal Elections  Act, and ahall state the names,  residence and occupation or description of each person proposed,  in such manner as sufficiently to  identify such candidate; and in the  event of a poH being necessary,  such poll will be opened on the  Fifteenth Day of January, 1920  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  Avenue, of which every perton is  required to take notice and govern  nimself accordingly. ,  Qualifications for Mayor:  Tha persons qualified ta ba nominated for and elected as Mayor are  auch persons as are British subjects of  the full age of twenty-one, and are  not disqualified under any law, and  have been for the six montht neat preceding the day of nomination tha  registered owners, in the Land Regie.  try Office, of land or real property in  the City of Kelowna, of the assessed  value, on tha latt raviaad assessment  roll for the City of Kelowna, of One'  Thousand Dollars or more over and  above any regiatered judgment or  charge, and who ere "otherwise quell.  Sad aa munioipal votera.  Qualifications for Aldermen :  Tha persona qualified to be nomin.  oted for and elected aa Aldermen are  auch persons aa are Britiah aubjecta of  the full age of twenty-one yeara, and  are not disqualified under any law,  and hava been for the aix montht  next preceding the-day of nomination  the regiatered ownera, in the Land  Registry Oflice. of land or real property in the City of Kelowna, of the at-  eeeaed value, on the laat raviaed assessment roll for tha Gty of Kelowna,  % of Five Hundred Dollars or more over  and above any registered judgment or  charge, and who ara otherwise) qualified aa municipal voters.  Qualifications for Police  Commiaaioners:  Tha persons qualified to ba nominated for and elected at Police Commissioners are suoh persons as are  Britiah aubjecta of tha full age of  twenty-one years, and are not diequsli.  tied under any law  Qualifications for School Trustees.  Tha persons qualified to be nomin.  ated for and elected a* School Trustees  are auch persons as are British aubjecta  of tha full age of twenty-one yeart,  and are not disqualified under any  law, and have been for the six months  next preceding tha day of nomination  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.           r  i ���  STOCK-TAKING SALE  In conaection with our Annual Stock-taking we  shall have some real Bargains to oiler you in each  department.  Be on the watch ior next -week's ad..  JSafe to -start JANUARY 16th, and continue for  TEN DAYS.  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  Weather Report for  December  Compiled by C. R. Binger, Observer  December  Max.  1     .. 22    3    4     23   5      22    6      23    7      23    8        18   ��      11    10      5   II    12        6  -  13      10    |4     15-    22   16     29   17      36   19    20    2|        22    24     46    25      41    26     -45    27     43   28    29   30 ..:     40 *  31  .-.     30    26.57  Min  16  3  9  5  5  5  6  4  0  -3  10  -10  5  10  5  21  28  33  33  32  37  35  34  34  30  37  36  37  .30  16  16.19  the regiatered ownera, in the Land  Regiatry Office, of land or real property in the Kelowna Gty School District  of the assessed value, on the laat revised assessment roll for the Kelowne  City School Diatrict, of Five Hundred  Dollars or more over and above any  registered judgment or charge, and  who are otherwise qualified to vote at  an election of School Trustees for the  Kalowna City School District.  Given under my hand at Kelowna, B.C., this First day of January,  1920.  G. H. DUNN,  Returning Officer.  Great War Veterans' Assn.  (Women's Auxiliary)  BALL  Jan, ���23rd, 1920  BURNS'S NIGHT  In the Morrison Hall  Tickets $1, including refreshments  Dancing at 6.50  Job  Printing  We ave well equipped  for the production of evejry  variety of Job Printing.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  The Record  Phone 94  ,  and Wonderful Costumes  WESLEY HALL, KELOWNA  Thursday and Friday Nights  January 15th and 16th, at 8.15 pun.  TWO HOURS SPLENDID SHOW BY  CARVETH WELLS  isf  Well-known Lyceum and Chautauqua Entertainer  Now on his way back to the Jungle where he KverJ for fix years  Exploring for the British Government  Pirates, Peacocks, Huge Snakes, Apes, Tfym,  CrocoMts, Jungle Dwarfs, md Elephant Catching  BRING YOUR CHILDREN  Front Seats are specially Reserved ior them.  Admission : Adults, 50c, Children, 25c  Special Entertainment for Children Thursday afternoon, Admission, 15c  WHAT SALMON ARM THOUGHT OF THE SHOW-"Tbe moat interesting and  ; taining .dust baa ever viaiied the city."���Salmon Arm Observer. tiursday, January 8,1920  KBtOWJJA RBC01D  PAGE FIVE  1/ "*-���  u*ti no   ������  PHONE   361  KBLOWNA  OUR ANNUAL WINTER "  CLEARANCE SALE  COMMENCES SA TURDA Y  Make your selection now of winter apparel.   This will be  useful to you for remaining months of cold weather to come  Remarkable Values in  Ladies' and Children's Coats  .Seasonable winter Coats will be offered during the sale at a drastic reduction.   Tweed  and velour coats, in good materials, half lined at   $17.75  . Better velour coats in plain colors, in the season's latest styles $21.75 and $35.75  Children's Coats in plain-coloured materials, suitable for about ages 8 to 14.   Some  come with small fur collars...$15.75 each.   Tweed Coats, jn 10-year size...$11.75 each  Silk Dresses, $10.75  Unusual values in Silk Dreaaes are offered  to effect a speedy clearance. 'Prices up  to $23.75 for $10.75  Corsets at $1.25  Coraets that usually sell  at $1.75 and $2  will be placed on sale at $1.25  Many odd sizes and stylet at Half Price  Values in the Dress Goods Department  A large variety of Checks, Carbadines,  Tweeds and Plain cloths at $1 yd.  A more extensive assortment of Serges  ���nd Plain materials, prices up to $2.95  for   i... $1.95 yd.  All-wool Serges, Velours & Plain cloths,  reg. up t��� $6.75, for $4.95 yd.  50-inch Casement cloths in fine-weave  repp. Shades of Old Rose, Brown,  Blue, Green and Fawn, regular $1.50,  sale price $1.15 yd.  In the Millinery Section we shall mark all Mats at HALF PRICE.    This will be an  ideal time to purchase a nets hat to finish the season with.  Reduced Prices in Staples  All Linen Damask for table cloths, reg.  $2.75 yard, sale price  $2.25 yd.  An assortment of colored Cretonnes in  good designs, reg. up to 75c, at 45c yd.  Fancy colored Marquesette, 38-inches  wide 45c yd.  White Longcloth in 36-in. wide.   A fine,  even weave with no filling 40c yd.  Whiter cotton at the special price of 25c yd.  Good quality Pillows, specially priced  for sale at $2.25 pr.  52-inch wide curtain Velours, in colors  of saxe blue, green, rose and brown.  Special for this sale $2.95 yd.  Women's  Wove  Sweaters   all   Reduced  Waists on Sale at $1.95  Many new and dainty Waists of Voile, Muslin, Organdie & Silk.    Reg. to $3.50, $1.95  Excellent valuea in Waists of Crepe-'de-chene, Habatai Silk and Swiss Embroidered  Voile, in useful styles and good materials,   Prices up to $6.75 for sale at  $4.95  Children's All-Wool  Sweaters  With caps to match.   Sizes 26 to 32  $5.50 aet  Misses' All-Wool  Sweaters  With sailor collars, gashes & caps to'match  Reg. $8.95, for $7.75 set  In Our Shoe Department  Brown shoes with fawn suede tops, cuban heels, reg. $8.75, for  $6.75  Black Patent Shoes with cuban heel and kid tops, reg. $6.50, for    $5.25  Ladies' Felt Slippers all reduced.  Ladies' and  Children's  Combinations,  Vests and Drawers, all marked at  clearing prices.  Tweed, Serge and Silk Skirts  all reduced  Gloves at Special Prices  Brown, Grey, Chamois and White cape Gloves, priced up to $2.95. for ...  $2.25  Black Kid Gloves for $2.25     ' All Wool Gloves at sale prices.  REMNANTS   AND  ODDMENTS  ON  SALE   WEDNESDAY   AFTERNOON,  JANUARY   14,  AT   2.30.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mra. Ford waa a paasenger to  Vancouver Monday.  S. Coaena waa a passenger to the  coaat laat week.  Dr. Gaddea left laat Friday, with  his two aona, for their home at  Klamath Falls, Oregon.  Mias Ida Reekie left Mondav  morning on a viait to Enderby.  J. A. Foster, of the Bank of. Commerce, ia away on a vitit thit week  to Toronto.  Mr. and Mra. H. C. Ataxic and  baby are viaitora thia week from  Moosejaw. ,  Joe Caaorao came in Monday  from the Peace River country full  of enthusiasm for the future possibilities of that diatrict.  The Jack McMillan Chapter of  trie IO.D.E., are holding their  monthly meeting next Tueaday, at  3 p.m., at the home of Mra. Meikle.  Get your costume ready for the  big masquerade dance to be held  in aid of the hotpital on Valentine's eve.  In connection with the church  "Forward Movement," the Women'a Mission Society of the United church haa arranged an interdenominational prayer meeting for  Friday afternoon at 3.30, in th  Knox Hall. All are cordially invited to attend.  Taking advantage of a specially  favourable excuraion to California  a number of local people left thia  week for the coaat on the firat part  of the journey. Amongst thoae to  vitit the aunny south are Aid. W.  J. Mantle, D. K. Gordon, Sandy  Gordon, Pete Casorso and Mr. and  Mrs. L. Hayea. ���  C. Fulliard, a returned soldier,  haa atarted in the chicken buaineaa  in the north end of the town and  expecta to have quite a poultry  farm in the near future. He ia  aoon leaving for'the coaat to take  further studies in poultry farming  under the government.  The annual business meeting of  the Baptist church it to be held on  Monday evening next, when supper will be aerved at 6 p.m. by the  ladiea. It ia deaired to have aa  many Baptist people attend at can  be accommodated and all frienda  who reside in the countty are urged to attend.  Christmas and New Year holidays are over for another year but  the memory of them atill remains.  Not the leaat pleaaant memory in  the minda of aome of the children  ia the party given laat Saturday in  Morrison Hall by Metdamea Ambler and- Anderaon to between 40  and forty-five children among  whom were many of the hostesses'  reapective pupils. Numbers of the  children were in fancv drest and a  rollicking good time wat had. All  kinds of games were played with  great gusto and the excellent tes  snd. ice cream bore testimony to  the trouble the ladiea had been to  to enaure the children having a  really feative alternoon, that they  would long remember.  Donations to the hotpital for  December included: chicken, Mrs.  C. V. Butler. 2 sacka potatoes, Mr.  Jensen, box applea, C. C. Johnaton,  2 turkeys, Mr. de Stoutz, chicken, a  friend, 2 turkeyt, Caaorao Bros., I  doz. jara fruit, Ellison tchool children, 2 qts. msrmalade, Mrs. Drys-  dale, Country Girla'Aid. $60.81.  Mra. Grogan, $5, Father Verbeke,  $5, Mr. de Stoutz, $4, E. J. Hunt,  $5, G. C. Hume, $5, E. Evans, $5.  A meeting of the British Columbia Fruit Growers' Aaaociation will  be held in the Board of Trade  room on Satturday, the 10th, at 2  p.m., tor the purpose of electing  directors for the coming year and  delegates to the annual meeting.  L. E Taylor, Director.  Mr, Geo. Ritchie returned from  the coast yetterday.  C. W. Falconer, of Kamloopt,  wat a visitor during the week.  Miss Nettie Harvey left Saturday to returne her school at Cam-  rote, Aha.  W. Fuller left Saturday for Calgary, where he haa taken a position as assistant school principal.  Mr. and Mra. B. A. Moorehoute  paaaed through Saturday on their  way to the old country. .  Owing to the fact that several  cases of small pox have developed  in the Kamloopt diitrict, the municipal health officer ordered that  all children had to be vaccinated  before returning to achool.  E. W. Faulkner waa a passenger  to the coast Monday.  ��� Mr. Kelly went down to Vancouver last Thursday Ina ahort viait.  Mr. and Mis. W. Perry are viaitora at the coatt this week.  M. A, Altgard and F. de Stoutz  left this morning (or a vitit to the  Halcyon hot springs.  W- Ludlow, for aeveral veara in  the meat business in Kelowna, is  up on a visit from the coatt thit  week.  Mr. and Mrs. G. Coventry and  family left Monday on a .viait to  the coast.  .,  The Baptist Sunday school children entertained their parents and  frienda on Friday with a mott interesting programme of aonga, recitation! and dialogues, which wat  much appreciated. Thia waa followed by the appearance of Father Christmas who distributed the  presents from a large tree, which  provided good fun for the young.  sters.  *��**i'"*��*8*8*��8^^  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  .  Leather Cuffs, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks     Suitcases     Club Bags  We have ah excellent range of these goods at all pricea  Cutters and Sleighs  Be ready' to enjoy the  snow  and tum it   to good account  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone  150  weBf-mem-i^^  DELCO  Lighting Plants  Modern Utilities, Ltd., Vancouver  wish to announce that WALTER R.  THOMSON, Lawrence Avenue (east or'  Pendozi St.) has taken over our agencies  (or the district, and will be pleased to give  a demonstration of a Oelco Light Plant  and Water System in operation at any  time. For your canyenience'phone 342  and make an appointment.  Willard Battery Service  ' ,    STATION  Willard Batteries (or Sale Battery Repairs  Automobile Electrician  General Electrical Contracting  W. R. THOMSON  Lawrence Avenue  .  Between Pendozi Street and Ellis Street  Reduction  (Note the word)  In the price of  Rubbers  In consideration of my promiie  to assict the men of Kelowna in  the new year, I aro starting off  with a cut in rubber pricea  Thie mean* that I have a  New Stock at tke OLD  Prices  Chas Dark  The Fair Shosman  Community Plate  sj    We  carry a complete line  of  this famoua  plate in the delightful "Adam Pattern."  ���J    We can now aupply in aingle piecea ao that  you can collect a complete <et with a verv email  expenditure on each purchase.  ��I    *rVhy not start to-day ?  Tea Spoona at 59c each  .   or $3.50 per half doz.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELLERS  W. W. PETTIGREW  MANAGER FACE SIX  KELOWNA   1ECOUB  Thursday, January 8,1920  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  Friday and Saturday  SPECIAL FEATURE  REX BEACH'S  Latest and gteateat picture of lhe North,  "The Girl from Outside"  In "The Crimaon Gardenia" you aee a myateiy atory ol the South. "The  Girl from Outside" ia etaged in Nome, Alaska, the country that haa made  hie name a household word. Never before haa thia brilliant author inverted a atory with auch magnificent a blend o( powerful drama, heart-  throbbing pathoa, and irresistible humor. Set against a background ol1 a  bleak northern country, with its primitive men and customs, the picture  tails the atory of a girl, a frail, pathetic little figure, who alone and friendless ia aaal into a provincial Alaskan town to work out her destiny among  half civilized who know but one kind of woman. It's a Rex Beach gilt-  edged guarantee). Don't mias it. Alao Cheeter Outing and Christie comedy  Matinee. 3.30, IOc nnd 20c    Evening. 7.30 & 9, 20c and 35c  Monday and Tuesday  "After His Own Heart"  HALE HAMILTON  Amazing dilemma of a young man who fonnd himself in the clutches of a  dootor who sought lo remove hia heart and tranafer it to an old man. It ia  unique and absorbing. And  aTHE MYSTERY OF 13"  A vary thrilling and mystifying aplaods in this dominant ear's*.  Evening, 7.30 and 9, ISc and 25c  Wedneaday and Thursday  DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS  in  "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo"  A fast-moving story with lots of interesting stunts.    Also "FUN   IN   A  FLAT," a special comady. and the "SCREEN MAGAZINE."  Evening, 7.30 and 9, 20c and 35c  CREAM PRICES  from November 19th, 1919  > Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  65c per lb. butter (at  No. 2- 63c      ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Flour Expected to go Higher  ���tm.twwswnppwsisiii  n i.    m mmmsmm -��        J  iu i        n , ���,' .'   ,  ,, ,  Lay in your supply of PURITY or ROBIN HOOD  at $5.50 per 98 lbs.  Car of high-grade Feed Flour just in.   Try this  mixed with bran or shorts for stock  or hogs, it makes weight.  Strictly No. I Timothy Hay, per ton $45.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Fasd Store Phone 29  Free City Delivery  ��� ���������*'�� *-s**ir ~ir,T-i~ifti\.r\ ��� s**-s��-MMl<*MW^Ml*lsOs<aitM  : Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TBACHSR OF DANCING  Classes Forming for the New Year  Phone for an appointment  WM. HAUG  a  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phono 116 Boa 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR   SALE,  exclusively  PENDOZI STREET-Two acres  and seven-roomed house, modern, bath room, hot and cold  water, electric light, open fireplace, good atable, buggy ahed,  hay shed, chicken houae. Thia  property extendi from Pendozi  to the lake. Frame already erected on lake ahore (or aummer  use. Price $5,500, and terma to  auit purchaser.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only chares TWO per cent, commia.  aion on tho aale of City Property.  Want Ads.  fOB  SALS  CANARIES, good Roller, and Yorkshires  (or aale. Singers, or selected paira. Mrs.  Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Ave. -   4t(  FOR SALE, $13,000. the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvav Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle fit Wilson or other agants  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE. Black Minorca cockerels, blue  ribbon strain, $3 each. W. Fulliard  Coronation ave. 6-11 p  Crook's Lenses  for Senaitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  painful you will find (real  comfort in a pair of glassss  ground   from    Sir    William  Crook's patented glass.  The shade ia to ight that th.  vision ia no impaired r yet  they are moa restful to the  eyes.  J.'B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist        Kelowna  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164;Residence91  P.O. Box 22  S*t**tr*i^t*>l*^^>* -^N^��-w%^%rt^v*r^-W%^^\'N'\^\^S/>^^"  G.W.CUNHTNQHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  EW. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 189}  Real Estate and insurance  Phone 254 Dan door te Post Office  ABBOTT STREET-Two store, house,  eight rooma, bath aad kitchen, fully  modem, beautifully situated overlooking lata. ��,300, half caah, balance to ba  arranged at 7 par eaat .  CADDER AVENUE-Tra storey house.  7 rooms, verandah back and front, bath  room, clothes closets in three bedrooms,  cellar and entrance hall  Stable. $3300,  tl ,500 cash, balance to arrange. Owner  will consider caah offer.  RICHTER STREET-Bungalow. one aan  land, 153 feet frontage on Richter street,  buildings and fruit treea on one side,  eaeiry divided.   MOOD on terms.  SUTHERLAND AVENUE - Bungalow,  four rooms, pantry, outbuildtngt, 8 ft  verandah on* front ol hoots, lot 60 lay  191. A snap. Only $1,700, $500 cash,  balance to arrange.  PATTERSON AVENUE-BungoW. four  rooms, kitchen and pantry, bathroom.  Fully modern. Front verandah 12 by 7,  side verandah, 7 by 17. Stable ud  chickanhouse. Lot 100 by 100. 200 yda  from lake.  Only $2.500 on Urns.  If you ars looking for business opportunities, call in and asa as.  Listings wanted of farms and city property  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 ts  10 p.m.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU Hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  USED CARS. Ford with alerter, $625  Overland. $600. 1917 McLaughlin Sis.  $1,060. All in good running order. On  terma.   M. A. Alsgard.  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mere, alao one-year-old bay  hone colt, white atrip on face, white  feet Both branded with small D on  left front foot Reward for information  of asms to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  STRAYED Two year old Heifer, black  and white, right ear half off, with two  small nicks in it Last seen at Ellison.  Reward for information of same to Mra.  A.' Wilson, Kelowna.' 8p  LOST Walking Stick with carved horn  crook handle, left probably in aome  atore in town. If found please notify  W. H. H. McDougall. 8p  LOST Crey Lamb Fur Muff, in front of  Mr. C. Rowcliffa'a residence. Finder  Kindly leave et Willits' Drug store.    8c  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANING-Work wanted office  and house cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483      7p  MIDDLE AGED WIDOW requires position aa housekeeper in refined widower  or bachelor's homo. Good cook snd  manager. No washing. Bos W, Record  Office. 8p  MISCELLANEOUS  BLACKSMITH wanted soon es possible.  Apply Casorso Bros., Kelowna,       8-11  NOTICE���Any person found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the proper,  ties of Ihe Central Okanagan Landa,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. Tke Central Okanagan  Landa, Ltd., Kelowns. B.C. 4.11  Gar For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 3502  J.  GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  p.o. Box no  St Paul Street    Kelowna  Marked Down Prices  DURING STOCK-TAKING  From our always low prices we have made prices lower still  to clear out many lines.   Look a' the change you will get.  Children's Kahki Wash Dresses, made with kilted  skirts, brass button trimming, ages 2 to 6 years,  values to $2.15, marked down to $ 1.75  Girls' White Lawn and Muslin Dresses, up to 10 year  sizes, all marked down to clear  Girls' Skating Sets, of scarf and cap, regular $1.25, marked down price, 75c  Ladies' Skating Sets, regular $2, marked down to $1.25  Children's White Duck Middy Suits, trimmed with check gingham, sixes 2 to  6 years, values to $1.35, marked down price, 95c  Children's Check Gingham Rompers, values to $1.75 for 95c  Corded Velveteens, in most all staple shades, splendid  $ 1.25-values, marked down to 95c per yard  French Suitings, in assorted stripes and plaids, regular  65c value.   Marked down price 50c yard.  Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Skirts, marked Special, $7.50  Ladies' Poplin Skirts, in black, grey, rose and brown, regular $6.95 value, at  marked down price of $7.95.  Ladies' all-wool Serge Dresses in navy ot burgundy shades, 10 per cent, discount  New assortments of Ladies' Barretts, side combs, fancy hair pins, bone hair  pins, &c, at very moderate prices.  Men's Plain Knit Underwear, winter weight, Penman's  special, at $4.75 per suit.  Boys'Mackinaw Reefers in values to $14, marked  down price is $9.75.  Boys' Expressman Rubber and Overshoe combination  with solid rubber heel, heavy rubber sole, warm  fleecy lining, in sizes 1 to 5, reg. $3, marked $2.35  Come Early while the Picking is Good  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  THE CASH STORE  _

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