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 ���P"HB  i Ccr*stva3tK��ji��y)  Hs  Kctotrow  VOL. VII.   NO. 13.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915.���6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Board of Trade Does  KELOWNA DEBATING  Endorses Plan for Formation  of Road Districts  That the Kelowna Board of  Trade does not as a hotly la-Vui  the proposals which are to t-ouie  before the legislature shortly regarding the introduction of a  moratorium in the province was  evident front the tone of the discussion at Tuesday's meeting  and also from the subsequent  resolution which was passed.  The exemptions from pavnitul  of interest, taxes and priu'ipaJ  on mortgages was regarded as  altogether too sweeping, Mid  even the more modified form of  delaying paynia.ni utiiy ol principal was a dangerous stfep to  take. The following resolution  proposed by Mr. E. C. Weddck  and carried by a large majority  perhaps very nearly represented  the general feeling on this important matter:  "Resolved that the Board  view with disfavor any slighted moratorium legislation except in so far as such legiaiaiion  may give the judges of our  courts wider and discretionary,  powers in extending the traits  ior payment under mortgages  and agreements for sale in deserving cases."  An amendment of Mr. K. I"  Kerr's framed to give a way of  escape for those who had been  stung by the various land  booms into purchasing lots at  fictitious values, was lost. This  was worded as follows: "And  the Board holds that in cases  of iniquitous agreements ol sale  where the land is praclicallv  without value, the judges should  have power to cancel ths agreements at the request of the  purchaser after a certain proportion of the purchase price  had been paid."  Road Districts Proposed  Amongst the matters left over  from last meeting was a communication from the Fort  George Board of Trade, which  while recognizing that the government was doing mucti towards the construction ot main  trunk roads, contended tltat better communication with farms  and settlements was needed before the country could be properly developed. For this purpose they made the fo.1 lowing  recommendations:  The formation of road districts ten miles square on a requisition signed Uv a majority  of the residents. The distucts  to have the mapping out aud  making of settlers roads to  communicate with trunk loads.  Each district to have a road  master appointed annually. The  assessments to be paid either in  labor or cash. This' .was endorsed.  Acknowledgements of correspondence on the matter of the  irrigation problem, and ulso  on the proposal for a free ferrv  to Westbank. In the latter case  it was decided to try to interest  the settlers across the lake.  Thc C.P.R. wrote acknowledging their error in placing Ke ���  lowna in their tariffs as a flag  station and stating that the  correction had been made.  A request was received .;ot  exhibits from Kelowna for the  new kiosk at Sicamous, which  was now completed. Thy matter was left with the executive.  In accordance with a notice  of motion from last meeting  the question of reducing fees to  from |io to $.5 for town members and $3 for countrv members was discussed, and finally  an amendment that the fee be a  uniform one of S.s for all was  carried.  The following new ;ne.i "hers  were elected: Messrs. W. M. Edwards and Jas. I. Campbell.  School Estimates for Year  Placed Before City Council  Considerable Reduction Over Last Year's Figures ���  Salaries May-be Reduced  City  At the meeting held last Fii-  day, Mr. R. B. Kerr took the  chair.  The subject for the debate < n  this occasion was "That the  manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors should be prohibited throughout the_Dominion of  Canada."  Mr.,George Thompson who The school estimates for the to the council, as if anv cut was  was to have taken the aliirma-, year were submitted to the coun made it should be all rouud.  tive was unavoidably absent c'i at last Friday's meeting by | Mr. Bigger said they had had  and his place was taken ov Mi JMr. J. A. Bigger, chairman oi some correspondence with tithet  L,. V. Rogers, while the nega- trustees, who drew attention to | laces but did not know what  tive was taken bv Mr. Mac- the considerable reduction made was being done. They had noti-  rcad- The following members 0Ver last year. Last year the fied all the teachers that no in-  also spoke: Miss   McNautrhton  estimates  had   reached   nearly creases which were laid d,\> n in  Dr. Thayer, W. J. Clement, 1  E. Corbv, Mrs. Whitehead, R.  B. Kerr, Mrs. Kerr, Messrs.  Gribble, Groves akd Muirhead  Mr. Rogers replied and the motion was carried by 25 votes to  14.  The next meeting will be ou  Friday the 26th of February ait  8 o'clock at the old school. The  subiect for debate will be "Thot  the present provincial go vein  ment is unworthy of tht confidence of the neoule." The affirmative will be taken uy V. W.  Sutherland and the negative bv  J. W. Jones.  SATURDAY'S FIRE  The   fire   brigade   were summoned about midnight last Sal  Si8,ooo (although onlv 11 little the Board's salary schedule  over $16,000 had beensperit'. would be made this vear. but  while this year the estimates they were hardly in a position  were for ordinary expenditure of to say that any reductions  $13,100 only. Against this would be made,  there was the unexnended bel- Mayor Jones calculated that  ancc of $1,814.76, leaving lhe the present estimates would be  amount necessary to be raisr covered by a tax of 4 mills or  bv taxation at 511,28.5.24. Thj 2 mills less than last vear. litis  extraordinary expenditure on was making provision for a pos-  grounds, furniture and heat' sible reduction of 10 per ent in  plant was offset aeainst a ual- the assessment,  ance due   from the council     of'   Alderman Sutherland said   he  S'liT.n  In detail the estimates  as follows:  Ordinary Expenditure  Teachers' salaries $1,5,000  Less Govt, grant      6,760  '  Janitors' salaries  Rw*i*flt*fli*v s S'll'irv  urday to an outbreak of fire m!stati and ���eB  the warehouse   of the OaK Hair  Clothing Co., on   Water street.  for school  Fuel  The fire had gained a good hold, Janitora, suppijes' " ." "    ' T ���  and it was due to the piompt-  ness of the boys that, lhe wh le  block was not destroyed, as il  was a large stock of overalls.  rubbers and winter clothing of  all kinds was completely ruined.  the damage reaching the neighborhood of ft* 00. nartlv eovi-r-  er by insurance. The ad j'lining  tailor shop of Mr. G. H. 'latt,  although not reached by the fire  was flooded with water and considerable damage done.  Building repairs, etc  1 Delegates expenses   1 Library grant   Light    Water   Scavenging   Medical inspection ...  Manual Training and domestic school  Improvement to  grounds  . , .   .  Victoria is forging School furniture    .  is now in thc   right Improvement to the  I thought thc school board   were  were to be congratulated on their estimates as compared with some  other    places.   He noticed that  Vernon's expenditure amounted  to nearlv $30,000.  I   The    estimates   were laid on  ���$8,2.)o the table, and the following ac-  1 410 counts passed for payment:  500 Reiicf Work payroll  Cutting wood,   Jan 23  to 29    Sio;* 75  Hauling wood, Jan. 2,5  to 30      123.75  Work in park,   Jan. 25 \  to 30       106.80  Work in    park, Feb. 1  to 6    107.37  ^Cutting wood, Jan. *,o  to Feb. 5   '35.25  Hauling wood, Feb.    I  I      to 5      *,g.2,5  ijC.P.R., freight        1.30  " *    ' " '������ " 7.50  '518  100  400  ISO  a,0  50j  60  200  18.5  400  IJ  Sundries       2oo|0xjford Grill, meals   ,D. Ennis, log drag    $13,100 okanagan  Telephone Co  Extraordinary Expenditure  heating plant  $200  . 100  50  '35"  $13 4.50  Mr. A. W. Cooke's pen of Bud  Orpingtons   in the   egg laying  contest at  ahead and  place.  The farmers' conference is   lo  be held in Raymer's hall at 3.30  on   Saturday, Feb. 27th.   Prof.  McDonald, Mr. P. H. Moore and Total of ordinary ex-  Mr. H.   Cuthbert   will address |       penditure $13,10000  the meeting.   II is hoped a large Less expended balance  number of tau .       ...I be pre,s-|      from 1914     1,814.76  ent. j    The annual meeting of'the Kc- Totttl to be assessed -KiM-V  lowna Conservative Association!  has been fixed for next Tuesday! .,Mr- BlKKer ^formed the couu-  aiternoon, Feb. 23rd in Rav- ��}_. ,as, *J the arrangements  mer's hall, when the officers for ! which had been made for ttian-  the year will be elected, ani ttual training and domestic sci-  other business of importance ence. Mr. Bigger said the De-  discussed, ipartment of Education, through  'its representative had made   an  The services at the Presbyter- |0ffer to-put in all equipment for  ian church next Sunday will be these subjects and furnish a  of a special character. The Mod- teacher free of charge for one  erator of the General Asseni.;! | veaT| commencing in August.  the Rev. Dr. Herridge, of Otta- Jhe only cost to the Board  wa will preach both inornui would be for janitor's semens,  and evening. The choir will fuel and light. At the eud of  render special music. the vear the Board was to have  ,   _ ,. I the option of taking over all the  IResidsnts of Benvoulin are equipment at one-fourth us co.st  looking forward with pleasure' -y not satisficd tnat sUcl,  to the lecture on Leo Tolstoy s' teachilJJf was advisaWe 10 have  life, views and work to be given it a,. taken out The prol)abIe  in the church on the evening of cost to take over the equipment  Tuesday, I-eb. 23rd at 80 clock wou^ be about Uoo Tue o(k.r  by the Rev. J. C. Switzer. It said Mr Bi ,|ad secmed too  is hoped that a large number ROod to be refused and ihe  will take the opportunity of Board had accepted it.  hearing-Mr Switzer lecture on, Asked wnether the Board had  the interesting personality of' tcmplatedi in view .A colwi.  Tolstoy. An admission of �� t{ �� ��� ��� any r��d,,otions in  cents for adults and 10 cents for , f t^^ei,. Mr.  children will be chaxg*.    The    . th        course  hftd  ladies will   serve   refreshments L  M* ,   ...  as usual.   The proceeds will be  in aid   of the   Manse Building  fund.  -��J- ,3  17.00  7oo  418.00  3.30  Mr. Teal has resigned his position as citv foreman if tbe  waterworks, and intends leaving early in March for Coiborne,  Out., where he haa a farm,  The Women's Christian Temperance Union are holding a par  lor meeting at the home ol Mrs.  Fuller, Lakeview avenue, 1 i.urs-  day, Feb. 25th at 3 cm. There  will be music and addresses on  "The care of infants and child  welfare." A special invitation is  elven to mothers of voung children to be present. Refreshments will be served. A jood attendance is hoped for.  jbeen decided upon, and anv such  action would depend largely on  what was done by other towns  of a similar size. They did not  intend to allow good teachers to  be taken away by the offer of  higher pav elsewhere". If other  places reduced their scale of sal ���  aries they might reduce hele,  but not unless, as thev did not  think it good business to allow  teachers to leave. Teachers'  contracts, he said expired on  June 3oth.  The matterof reducing salaries  said the mayor, was of Interest  Poultry Association  Executive Meeting  Good Work Being Dor.e  In  Improving Stock  A meeting of the executive oi  the Poultry Association was  held at the residence of Mr. Knnis, Ellis street on Tuesday last  at 8 p.m. Mr. C. C. Prowse occupied the chair. Those present  were J. M. Harvey, 0. Middle-  ton, A. D. Weddell, M. Copeland  ,. .       .111 iand D- Ennis.  or otherwise close their land it was decided to hold the unto the public, and ^- Ivanfc'' nual meeting on Tuesday, March  asked the council for infoitua- 2nd_ when omcers wiu be elect.  Hon as to what adiustmeut of ed for ttte coming season. a  the matter could be made or to the preSent the Kelowna Poul  what   provision   for a right of try   Association   has   aot had'  with a view to amending their  policies but as the old . policy  had expired, the brigade did not  wish to leave the members uncovered by insurance.  Right of Way to Ferry  A communication was received from Mr. Hamilton Laug,  stating that a letter had been  received by him from Messrs.  Burne &. Temple, solicitors for  certain parties claiming to bu  owners of land over which it  was necessary to pass in order  to reach the government ierry  wharf. These persons had given  notice of their intention to icnr.eland'rj  j-,^-^  Feb. rentals, Jan, toils  G. Markham, cleaning ..  W. P. Meredith, teaming  G. A. Fisher, premium of  volunteer fire brigade s  accident   and   sickness  policy ;  Kelowna   Growers'   Exchange, wheal   Crawford & Co      1 4s  Kelowna Record, printing  stationery and ads. ..     38.15  Kelowna Courier,   printing,  stationery, ads. .. 356.25  S. D. Colquett, salary .    1,50.00  F. B. Hirst, salurv    110.00  E. Fowler .salary  110.00  F. Varney, salary      S5.00  F. Freeman, salurv      S5.00  B. M. Hill, salary . .   ..   1 >o.oa  G. H. Dunn, salary   166.6(1  F. V. Royle, salary     110.00  P. T. Dunn, salary     100.00  R. W. Thomas, salary  .. 11500  Albert Gibb, salary     85.00  J. A. Bigger, salary .. ..     ,5.00  A. R. Daw, salary  16(1,61  James Paterson       f.i.oT  K. Weddell, salary       62.5'>  G. F. Teal, salary    85.00  E. Bonjean. wateTworkl,   ��<S 8c  F. Swainson, Jan. work   ����5 00  W. Sabine, Jan, work   .   Q8.00  Dr. Keller, rent     77 Ho  H. I. Johnston, rent . ..   4.1,00  Alderman Kavmer reported  upon the matter of insurance f r  the members of thc fire brigade  for accident and sicktt si. Tenders had been received as billows: a  ��� H. J. Williams    jlnno no  A. R. Mulholland .. .     400.00  G. A. Fisher      418.00  E. W. Wilkinson .. .     j'8.45  Harvey, Duggan & Da-  .vies     48001:  Hewetson &, Mantle 451 00  In reference to thc abivc Alderman Raymer said he had  conversed with thc secretary of  the fire brigade who had inform  eif him that through tin oversight the brigade had formed  the opinion that they had been  instructed by the council lo  place the insurance. The rMifl'l  given for awarding the busiuesr,  to Mr. Fisher, although his #as  not the lowest tender, was that  the cheaper policies were not to  satisfactory. Some of the other agents had offered to communicate with their head jflices  way elsewhere  Although it was pointed out  that the closing of the entraua:e  was to be only of a temporary  nature in order to retain legal  possession, the question was  raised as to the right ot the  owners to do this, and it was  suggested that the government  might be able to establish a  claim to a road through to the  wharf.  In conversation with the u.ay-  or, Mr. Hamilton Lang had expressed the view that it was up  to the city to provide a load  to the wharf, and had referred  them to some old agreement,  whereby the city had been pledg  ed to contiuie Bernard avenue  to the wharf. No one present,  however, had any recollection  of any such agreement.  It was decided to suggest to  the government that mey expropriate a right of way.  A request was received from  Mr. J..L- Eljiott, of Peachland  for permission to hire a 5 horse  power gasoline engine from the  city., The clerk, however, was  instructed to state that the city  did not wish to hire out on engine, but would be willing to  sell it if desired.  Police and License  Commissioners  Notification was received fn-ni  Victoria of the aouointtuent of  Alderman R. A. Copeland and  Mr. W. G. Benson as Licence  Commissioners for the year and  of Alderman W. C. Duggan and  Mr. K. Buck land as Police Commissioners.  Police Report  Chief Thomas submitted his  report for the month of January. The number of cases to  come up before the magistrate  had beeta eight, and the lines  collected $210.  On January 2nd an Austrian  named Dragics Petcowies was  arrested and charged with supplying an Indian with liquor.  He was found guilty and fined  $50 and costs.  On January 6th Ahe Chief aud  Constable Gibb had raided the  premises of a Chinaman uamed  Liang Koi. who with ainother  man were charged with keeping  nn'opiuiu joint. Liang Koi was  fined $100 and costs, the other  man getting off free.  The report stated that although storekeepers and others  had been repeatedly warned  about securing their premises  after business hours, the doors  of one of the banks had been  found unfastened at 2.30 a.m ,  on the 23rd. Sneak thieves were  also still at work and several  parcels had bcien stolen troni  rigs in thc streets, and a pair  of boots from outside a store.  Irrigation Water  A notice was received from  the Comptroller of Water  Rights in reference to the water  supplied within the citv from a  record on Brant's Creek, mid  asking for payment of fee of  $16.  In discussing the matter it  was felt that it was up to tht  few users of the water ieft to  keep the reco.rd going if thev  wanted it. It was also recalled that last year portions of the  flume had been condemned, and  notice given that it must be repaired   before   it could be used  (OoaUaaai aa Pan 6.1  nearly the membership whiett it  should be able to get in Kelowna and district. A speciil appeal is made to every farmer  poultry fancier or anv one interested in poultrv to come to the  annual meeting and join the association and make it bigger  and better.  One of the chief objects of lhe  association is to be able to bug  feed in car load lots ait m't-i-  mum prices. This in of vital  interest and will be goae into  at next meeting.  The association is doing good  work. It has been instrument tl  in the betterment of pure bred  poultry and it arouses enthusiasm and creates a friendly rivalry among its members whii.-h  means advancement in utility  and fancy poultry.  Many of the members who ,i  few years ago bred ordinary  stock in a hap-hazard wav today are going after the best  they can get. Mr. J. M Harvev has iust received t\ui extra  fine Rhode Island Red pallets  from one of the best breeders in  the United States. Mr. A. D.  Weddell has received the silver  medal which he won on his pen  of Barred Rocks. ' The breeding  and keeping of such H��ds M  these is one of the benefits that  the Poultrv Association has accomplished. It is also necessary  that all poultrv breeders co-operate to better their marl: >t  conditions.  Do not forget the_date oi the  annual meeting and lie sure  attend. Notice will be given  later as to the hour and place  of meeting.  B. McDonald was a passenger  for Calgary Tuesday morning.  Mrs. Finch is back in Kdowna this week after a st.iv in  Kamloops, where her nusband  is stationed with the R.R1.R.  Mrs. Wardlaw left this mmn-  in<' for Vancouver.  A meeting in connection with  the Farmers' Institute was held  at Rutland on Friday last at  8 p.m. Mr. L. E. Tavlor occupied the chair. Messrs. Winslow  J. Forsythe Smith, Hopkins,  Readev and Wiancko addressed  thc meeting which closed tit tl  p.m. An interesting time was  spent.  A meeting was held at ihe  Rutland school on Thursday  last at 8 p.m., to discuss the  question of terms for working  under crop payment plan.7 The  meeting was not able to come  lo terms, some being in lavor of  thc one-half share and others  for the two-thirds, a final meci  ing will be held on Friday, February 19th.  Thc attendance at the Sat rl  Courses in agricultrrc which  closed on Friday ��a.>'. wus well  maintained. At the close t-f 11.e.  session, Mr. R. M, VVinsl aw,  provincial horticulturist said he  was ven* pleased with tho attendance, also the interest that  had been taken in the lectures.  He expressed his thanks to Mr.  L, E. Taylor, the president of  the institute, saving i-. was  through his request to the Hon.  Price Ellison that the >.lass had  been held. Which by the way  was thc first ever held in the  province. It is hoped lo hold a  school next year for one month.  aita* KB  PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, February 18, 191  KELOl&CNH RECORD  Published iwy ThurtcUy at Kalowna,  BritiA Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  11.50    per   year;    76c,    nix    months.   Urnled  Stutei 60 oenti additional.  All ���uljaoripltoiu payable In ndvnoce  Suhsttnlturri itt the remilar rate tftu have  tltCft paptrti mulled to Irieudu at a diHluMCQ  at  HALF HATE, i.e.. 7/1  Mntl per year.  Thia ipeciul tirivileire ia ifruntt'd tor thu  uurpoae ot advai'liainii the citv uud district.  ADVERTIS1NU RATES  LOME NOTICES.  PBOPBSSIONAj. CARDS.  ETC.. 1!5 conn DU lohimu inch per week.  LAND  AND TIMI1EH NOTIOBS-80 daya. $.V  00   daya  |7.  WATER NOTICE8-40  tor live  iuaertlona.  LEGAL  ADVERTISINQ-Flrat    inaertion.    12  centa  per  lino; rat It  nubttequent  insertion, 8  Mail par  line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 ceati  dot  word    lirat  inaertion,   1  cent  per  wunl  rnch ���uuB��yuei.t insertion.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS-Two   im-hea  and  under. 60 centa per inch firat Inaertion  over  two inchea 40 centa per inch lirat   in  ���onion;   20 centa  por  inch  each  aubaequent  insertion.  All chansea In contract mlvfni.soiueiita cnuai  be in the handa ot the printer by Tueidav  evening to unt-ure publication in the next  iiaue.  Switzerland's Narrow Escape  Writing in the Paris ''.Journal" thc Geneva barrister, II  Paul Balmer, who has just returned from a lonj; trip iit the  interior of Germany, slates  that he was told bv a VVurtein-  berjj officer it was onlv a majoi-  itv of two votes that the general staff decided to cross thu Belgian frontier rather than invade  Switzerland.  Manv niilitarv experts were  of the opinion that the Switzerland route was much tne bitter  of the two, as thev feared that  France has prepared her defence  for an invasion through Belgium, on account of revelation  made bv military critics like  von Berrihardi, von der Goltz,  Treitscltke, and others.  It was onlv on account ol ilia'  great difiicultv of entirely Jiang  ing mobilization plans at the  last moment that Switzerland  was saved.  Editor Kelowna Record:  Dear Sir,���In a recent debate  on liquor prohibition which interested many, important facts  and figures were quoted by ba'lh  aliirmative and negative speakers, but the two main liquor  problems wercjinprobed ansl on:  of them unstated.  1.���The social drinker, whether temperate or not, has his  needs supplied at the bar, li^hl  warmth, companionship, a  choice of mild or strong .ttiuni-  lants, and thc amenities of mutual "treating"; but the presence of gentle companions and  of all reforming influences is  barred in the bar; the way is  open to repeatedly "setting 11  the drinks", while temperate  conviviality is made very tlilli-  cult. Prohibitionists say we  must cleat" all this away; but  thev do not explain what is to  be "the poor man's club" instead of the bar, nor face the  problems of secret driiiKing  clubs which follow on prohibition.  The philosophers of temperance as the antithesis of coercive abstinence should be ready  on the other hand witb proposals how to change the present system. It is etear Uiat  individual owners of bars are  nol to blame for faults in 1 na-  tienal system resting both an  law and custom.  2.���Apart from the question  of drinkers who are sometimes,  or often excessive, is the problem of drunkards, periodic or  habitual, and this is usually ignored. While these inebriates  arc probablv less than one per  cent., of the adult population  they impress the public mind  and arc actually disposed to be  typical of all who are not ta'C-  totallers! And moreover ii Is a  common kind of careless tnlk,  confusing the signs of different.  kinds of weakness, to fasten the  reputation of being drunken on  a person who docs not even use  alcohol.  The truth is. we have no right  lo condemn and despise the inebriate while wc refuse to ,'ttldv  the causes of his disease and its  treatment. He is often, opci-  haps usually, conspicuous in  powers of work and of friendship, and is well worth helping.  The meshes of state prohibition  however well intended, wi'l U"t  save him.  A useful classification is pirtn  in a paper printed from the British Journal of Inebriety, April  mi', based on Hare's division  of alcoholics into chronic and  periodic. Genuine dipsoinanie.es  form a large class of periodic al-  cholics; their troubles need skilled medical attention and need  relief from mental worry, eyestrain, and so on.  Men arc continually "convict  cd and imprisoned for drunkenness who could no more have  helped this outbreak than thev  could have avoided a migraine  headache, an attack of .ist'mia.  or anv other form of epileptic  equivalent,"  The writer above aiuolcd  makes a plea for anti-alcoholic  dispensaries, the financial expense of whichwould be trliiUig:  and no doubt if these were established in large cities we  should soon be able to draw upon a fund of knowledge with  whieh to help anv alcoholic  friend or neighbor.  D. F. KKRR  Judge.���Are von ffuilty or .tot guilty!  Pat.��� Arrab, now, vour itonor   how  can I toll till I hear the ividonco?  PAMOTISM^PRODUCTKJN  The Empire's Call to Farmers  "Approximately twenty million men have been mobilized in Europe. A large proportion of these have been withdrawn from the (arms of the countries at war. Even In  neutral countries large numbers of food producers bave been called from the-Und to be  ready for emergencies. It is difficult for us to realize what will be the effect on food production through the withdrawal of several million men bom all the great agricultural  countries of Europe. These millions cease to be producers, they have become consumers,  ���worse still, they have become destroyers of food."  HON. MARTI., BURRELL, tUnuter ot Agriculture.  Britain must have food���food this year,  and food next year. Britain is looking to  Canada to supply most of that food. We  are tending our surplus now, but we must  prepare for a larger surplus  this year and next year.  Patriotism and Production  must go hand in hand  Because of this need of  the Empire for more food, and  the call to Canada In that  need, the, Canadian Department   of   Agriculture   has  arranged for a   series of Conferences  throughout the Dominion with the object  of giving suggestions as to the best ways of  Increasing production of the particular  ATTEND  YOUR  CONFERENCE  products needed at this time. At these conferences agricultural specialists, who have  studied agricultural conditions and production throughout the world, and the best  means of increasing agricultural production in Canada,  will give valuable information  and suggestions to the farmers, live-stock men, dairymen,  poultrymen, vegetable  growers, and other producers  of this country. The Canadian Department of Agriculture  urges you to attend as many of these Conferences as possible, also to watch for other  information on the subject that will be given  in other announcements in this newspaper.  Put Energy into Production of Staple Foods  The Government does not ask  farmers to work harder, so  much as it urges them to make  their work more productive, and  to produce those staple foods  that the Empire most needs and  that can be most easily stored  and transported.  Europe, and particularly  Britain, will need the following  staple foods irom Canada more  than ever before:���  Wheat, oata, com, beau, peaa.  Beef, mutton, bacon aad ham.  Cheese and batter.  Canadian  Department of  Agriculture,  Ottawa, Canada  Poultry and eggs.  Vegetables, such as potatoes,  onione, and turnipa.  The' larger the yield of these  staple food products, the greater  the service to tho Empire.  Germany in the last ten years  has doubled the average yield  of the majority of ber field  crops largely through better  seed, thorough cultivation and  use of fertilizer. And while  the Empire's armies are busy  putting down German Militarism, let us at home appropriate  the best of Germany's agricul  tural methods for the Empire's  advantage.  The Government urges  farmen, stockmen, dairymen  and other producers to make a  wider use of the Free Bulletins  Issued by the Canadian Department of Agriculture. Clip out,  fill in and mail the coupon I Mow  and get a list of these bulletins.  Then select the bulletins that  will be of value to you. Mall  your coupon right now. Do not  put a stamp on the envelope.  Your coupon will be "On Hie  Majesty's Service."  Baptist Young People's  Society  There was a large attendance  at the weekly meeting of the  Baptist Young People's Society  on Monday when Mr. A. F.  Pelton presented some beautiful  lantern views on "Rambles oni  the East Coast." In the course  of trips taken to various parts  of Nova Scotia Mr. Pelton liad  snapped a'number of picturesque  spots on that beautiful i.-Uind  and the results were thrown on  the sheet with great uleasure to  those present. The views were  very clear and gave a good idea  of the beauties of Nova Seotia.  A number of views of thc co.tst  around Boston were also sh'uvn  and at the close of the pictures  candv was handed around. Mr.  Pelton was heartily thanked lor  the pleasant evening he had given as was Mrs. Pelton for the  candies.   a   With grim humor, the soldit.rs  call the official urinted postcard  served out to them to send laconic and stereotyped messages  to their relatives, thc "I'm not.  dead" cards.  t"'  I       Publications Branch, Canadian Department of Agriculture, I  -                                                Ottawa. _  ���       Please send list of Publications Available, for Distribution "  ft    Name a  |  I    P.O. Address  |  LCounty Prov ,,,.., ���  -��������iinHe!iaa��J  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  BEGULATIONS  Coal minim; rights oi 'lie Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Kill til'  west Territories, and in a oortion oi  the Province of British t'olmnbU, may  be leased ior a term oi .weitv-one  vears at an annual rental aii $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,5110 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications for tbe lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent oi tbe district  in which the rights applied ior are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described bv sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied lor  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S3 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of live centa per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full atutintity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. Ii the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall. be furnished al least  once a vear.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but' the leasee may  be permitted to purchaae whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information annlioation  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication oi  this advertisement will not be paid [or.  WATER NOTIOE  (Diversion and Use.)  Take notice that Colin Campbell Fuller, whose address is Kelowna, B. 0,,  will apply ior a licence to take mid  use three-tenths of a cabic foot (U.3)  of water out of a spring riBing on lots  S and 6, Registered plan No. 177, 30  chains west of the north-east corner of  lot 5, which flows west and drains into Okanagan Lake, through lots 5 and  6, registered plan No. 477, about 90  chains south of the north-west coiner  of Seotion 85, Township 38.  The water will be diverted irom the  stream at a point about the spring  30 ohains west of the north-east corner of lot 5, registered plan No. 177,  and will be need (or irrigation purposes upon the land desoribed aa the  west seven acres of lot 6, and i he west  seven aorea of lot 6, both in registered  plan No. 477.  This notioe was posted on the ground  On the ISth dav of January, I'.'lo. A  copy of this notice and ��n application  pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Aot, 1914," will be filed in tbe offioe  of the Water Recorder at Vernon, D.  C. Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  B. C, within thirty days after tbe  first enr>earance of this notice in a local newH���er. The date of the first  publication of this notioe is January  21st, 1918.  COLIN CAMPBELL FULLER  Applioant.  By. F. W. Groves, Agent.  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tueaday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the re.idenceofS. M. Gore, Patterson Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE,  Preaident  S.M. CORE, Sec.  P.O. Boa 382  The Store of Plenty i  Don't Fail to take advantage of our  CROCKERY  SALE  which is now going on  We are giving 20 per cent. Discount  on all Crockery for One Week  CASH GROCERY SPECIALS  Choice Butter, in.tubs.    -    lb. 35c  Corn Flakes - - pkg. 1 Oc  Sodas      - - -    tin 25c  Canned Pumpkin, lge. tins 2 for 25c  Strawbry. &Raspbry.Jam-    tin 35c  Best quality  Evaporated Prunes - lb. 1 Oc  New stock  To make your money go the limit, buy from  THE STORE 0FPLEN\  ?E0FPLENp/  PHONE 35  PHONE 35  Five per cent. Discount on Monthly Accounts  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfactio    guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing.Directo:  FOR SALE  OR TRADE FOR POTATOES OR ONIONS  33 Head of  Choice Dairy Cows  Comprised ot  Ayrshire, Holstein, Jersey, Shorthorn  All in Calf by Pure-bred Bulb  Cow and Price to Suit Every Customer  The above stock can be seen at the Lake View  Stables, Kelowna. For further particulars apply  THOS. DUGGAN  Phone 4503  Kelowna, B.C ��Vl..^V>Mty'!!W^iW&*ws9**Wl  ssaawpaBSB  ���BI  Thiirsday, February 18, 1915  KEIlOWNA   RECORD  PAOITBUM  r?  <rWlMa��a��J|^  Store Quits  No let-up on price cutting. Clear out  the stock as quickly as possible, are eur  marching orders. Enough said! Corre  and see for yourself many lines selling for  LESS THAN WHOLESALE; PRICES  Time means  money. The  deeper we  cut, thefaster we sell.  Store for rent,  also Fixtures  for sale  Men's Walk-Over Boots and Shoes.  Reg. $6.50, clearing at .'$3 -  LADIES'SKIRTS'  Re*$3.OOfor...$L50  Men's Giim Boots.   Reg. $3.50 and  $4, for ..$1.75  Half Reg$350for $1.75  ilCUI      Reg. $4.00 for...$2.00  PlriCe   Re*$5'GOfor   $2.50  Reg. $6.00 for...$3.00  Men's Overshoes.   Reg. $2.50, now  going at     ..���.,..��?1  /> .  '_  Men's good Working Boots at Less  Iran Half Price ......$1.25  Ladies'Mantles at   *  Half Price  Men's Slippers, up to $2, for 95c  Every article in the store  is reduced, so come and  buy goods at your own  prices.  The goods must be sold at once or  moved out of Kelowna so make the  best of your last opportunity. ��  We have only given a few  price examples here; Don't  lose time and money going  elsewhere if we have anything  =^=���*=~you want=���--���  m^mZ^^^SZm^^^^^mm^^mi^mmm^^Zi^^^mT^!^^SZm7mT^S^^S^^SS^^SmmmmmSmmmSSmBSZ  Store for rent, Fixtures for Sale.   Apply  to James Rae, 137, Hastings Street West, Vancouver  Selling out the Richmond Stock  Effect of the MoeoDo  Growth and Vegefation  By Mrs. P. H. M. Gore, Graduate Llewellyn College  Of Astrology  Brief Items of  War News  It is not unusual to hear experienced farmers and oilier*' remark that things sown or planted with the moon 'on the wane'  will never prosper, while on the  * contrary, the last quarter is the  best time for the cutting of  hair, destruction of weeds, etc.  It is very.easy for those"who  have made no study of the .matter to class such statements as  "superstition" and. say there is1  "nothing in their." but expeii-  ence gives proof of the contrary.  The Chinese and Jariaueiie-, so  successful in gardening operations, are said to be always  careful to observe the Zodiacal  constellations occupied by the  moon, as well as its phases, at  the time of planting. To work  according to rule in this matter  is one thing, to attempt anv explanation of the moon's effect  on vegetation is another, and  one rarely undertaken by the  most faithful adherents to the  rule.  The effect of the moon, sun  and even the major-planets <-n  gravitation, tides and weather  is generally admitted by all:  astro-meteorology is an -established science and tides are calculated for a vear in advance,  according to the relative positions of the moon -and sun.  The treatment of disease cy  means of sun rays, "X" rays  and "N" ravs is becoming common, and the effect of the -sun  and moon on vegetation comes  under the same class of phenomena; that is to sav, it is a case  of electric vibration and magnetic polarity���it is not the  visible "liiht" of the nijon that  affects growth, but the magnetic conditions prevailing according to its relative Position to  the sun and other planets and  constellations at the time of  Planting.  The writer is in 'possession ,)f  ���/reports of experiments along  these lines, which <ro to prove  the truth and usefulness of the  astrological rules for plantiiur.  these will be furnished on request, with names and address  The subject has been but barely touched upon here, a rrjallv'  adequate "explanation" of it  woijld be bevond the scope of a  short article. ���  For the benefit of anv who  would- like to experiment l>  planting according to the moon  "signs" as well as phases, a  table giving the most favorable  days for the ensuing week, is  added:  The whole of this week from  the . 24th to the 27th of the  .month, is favorable forsowing  all -plants except roots from  11 a.m., to 12 noon is the most  favorable time. Thursday. 25th  is also good. Flowerinc plants  as well as lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, etc., sown on these  days, will ircrminate better and  grow more quickly, than those  sown on anv other dav in this  wejek.  * The old general rule ii; to  plant in the first and second  quarters of the moon such articles as grow- above the gtound.  during the third quarter, roots,  etc., and during the lust quarter  destroy weeds, turn sod, -etc.  Onions are not classed as root s,  and should be sown in the first  quarter or new moon.  RUSSIA'S AEROPLANES  A great deal has been heard  concerning ihe British \iid German aeroplanes but the great  Sikorsky biplanes used bv the  troops of the Czar have been  rather overlooked. These machines named Sikorsky, arc by far  the biggest aeroplanes in the  world. They stand sixteen feet  high, and are about 100 feet in  width. The Sikorsky can carry  almost as many passengers as  an airship, and has a large passenger cabin which is construct  ed of metal and contains numerous windows.  In, this machine three engines  are fitted, which give a total ot  nearly' 1,000 horse power.  The weight of the machine has  necessitated an elaborate binding chassis, composed of numerous springs and pneumatic  tubes, so that the huge biplane  can alight safely on rough or  hard ground at a speed ofsixtv  miles an hour.  King George has conferred the  Grand Cross of the Order of .the  Bath on Admiral John Jellicoe,  commander of the British hia'rie  fleet.  . '. ..  Prince Albert, son of King  George, who was operated , on  for appendicitis last September,  has been passed by .the meJical  board and has rejoined his'ship.  . . '���  King George' is setting an. example of economy in war time  M. Cedard, the head chef at  Buckingham Palace, has agreed  to accept a .so per cent., reduction in " his salary during the  war.   His salary was S6,2so   a  year.  ...  Ten thousand of the 2*i,ooo  cases of. salmon presented V  British Columbia to the Imperial government upon the request'  of the war office, have been  placed   at    the   disposal of the  forces.  ...  At a meeting held in Amsterdam recently of leaders of women's organizations in neutral  and belligerent states, it was  decided to call an international  women's congress at an early  date in a neutral state for the  purpose of discussing what role  women shall assume in prevent  ing future wars, encouraging international comity and promoting political liberation of thi  women of all countries.  The Servian army ha:S a  strength of 220,000 men, well  supplied with war materials nnd  food. One of the diplomats at  Nish, during the course a>( an  interview, said: "The lull in the  operations, after the failure of  the Austrian offensive iu Decern  ber, has given the Servian Government an opportunity to put  its force into good shape. I wiil  not say that the arihy i:i as  good todav as it was in Aa<r 11st  but it has greatly profited by  the    Check     to the Austrians.  se ven* week* ago."  . . .  It is reported that the Kaiser  is depressed as ihe result (.1 the  war situation and that he recently told members of his suite  that Germany must seek a way  to conclude peace. The despatch  declared the Kaiser expressed  himself as still hopeful of being  able to approach Russia through,  a small pro-German coterie- at  the Russian court. The correspondent says Germany would  abandon Austria if by doiug so  she could   make a   satisfactory  peace for nerself.  ...  British Columbia mills are  now tendering on one of the  largest lumber contracts opened  for world-wide coinpetiti in,  Through the British Government, the Chamber of Deputies  of France is asking for a supi>  of ,"ioo,ooo,ooo feet of lumber to  be used in construction of 100,-  000 two-roomed houses. These  small homes are to house that  section of France's .population  which has   lost its all through  the ravages of war.  ...  Sir Frederick Treves, probably the most eminent suigpou in  Britain, is authority for ,he  statement that-in the British  expeditionary forces there nave  been only 212 cases of typhoid  since the y*r began. Of these  cases 172 were among soldiers  who had not been inoculated  with "the anti-tvphoid serum,  and not one of the 22 deaths  from typhoid was in the case of  an inoculated man. These remarkable results are, in Sir  Frederick Treves' opinion, "positively astonishing."  ...  Among the many war stories  going the rounds of the press is  the following: "A voting British officer in charge of a remote  station in South Africa received  from his superior officer at the  base some time in August tins  message: 'War has been declared. Arrest all enemy aliens m  vour distript.'" Promptly the  superior oflicer received this reply: 'Have arrested* seven Germans, four Russians, five ltof-  ians, two Frenchmen, two Roumanians and an American.  Please sav who we're at war  with."   4   A submarine carries only six  torpedoes, or perhaps in the  case of the newest and largest,  eight. 1  Tnd.Matk  AT THE  Opera House  EVERY  SATURDAY  The   great   mysterious  series-serial Photo Play  ZUDORA  j. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AH binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odor-lea"  when in  ,   use  Sanitary at  all times  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavei Kelowns 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Westbank 9,30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kdowna 11 a.ra.  Learn Westbank 11.30 s.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppotita thc Burbank Motor Gar��**  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatet Furniahed for all cUaaet  of work rs��  PAGESBUB  KELOWNA   RECORD  -���   Thnrsday, February 18, ui'5  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  Qtieorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blaclcamithing done.      Weighbridge.     Oata crajahed.     Fence poets, Milk,  Potatoes, Applea, 6cc, tor Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.        Phone 5 j   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office:  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 ihroughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 ;   I to 5.30,'excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  OX LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely  equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock of  local  and  coast  a  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnenmaker  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store Phone   -   347  Sale Prices Will Be  Continued Through  FEBRUARY ���:.     ::  This is the time to select your  Wall Paper  20 per cent. Discount  will be given on all orders placed  this month  Kelowna Furniture Co.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  -  Mrs. T. McKay, of Winnipeg  is ul present visiting her sou  Mr. G. A. McKay.  Ernest Wilkinson went up to  Vernon yesterday on a business  visit.  * . . ���  Mr. .l.'JJ. Whitehead, oi the  local squadron R.M.R., stationed aloug the C.P.K.. main line  on guard duty is enjoying ta few  days at home with his idintly.  ...  The Ladies' Hospital Aid will  hold their regular monthly meet  ing on Monday, Kcb. 22nd in  the Board of Trade rooms at 3  p.m.  ...  R. Stirling, eldest son oi 1.  W. fStirliug, who went over 10  England some time ago with a  contingent of the Seaforlh High  landers, is now in France, having landed there, Dec. 20th.  J. W. Cameron, the new Assistant General Superintendent  of the Pacific division of the C.  l'.li., accompanied by Superintendent McKay went down the  lake on a tour of inspection on  Tuesday, returning the following day.  ...  On Sunday evening the pastor of the Methodist church will  preach his second sermon oil  "The Signs of the Times", the  topic being "Russia and thc liquor Trallic." The morning subject will be "The Exploitation  of vice."  ...  Mr. T. W. Stirling who is at  present over in the old country  has been given the rank of  Lieutenant-Commander in the  Rdyal Navy. Mr. Stirling is an  old naval-officer and during the  past few weeks his services have  been again requisitioned for special duty for the Admiralty.  ...  The girls of the White Shield  Society will held a Medal Contest in the Methodist chutch on  Tuesday next, Feb, '23rd at 8  p.m. Seven recitations will be  rendered in competition for a  silver medal, which will be presented at the close of the tnter-  taininent. The recitations will  ,be interspersed by a good musical,   program.     Admission   2 =  cents, children 15 cents.  . .' .  The Kelowna Philharmonic  Society have arranged to hold  their first concert for the season  on Wednesday, March 10th. We  believe there is to be a go.>d  program,, particulars of which  will be given later. The Philharmonic Society it will be rer  numbered was formed from the  orchestra of the two old musical and dramatic society and  includes all its leading talent.  *     ���     *  The Rutland Methodist* ate  holding their annual banquet on  Tuesday, March 2nd. A toast  list is being prepared and there  will be several speakers, both  from town and Rutland. As it  will be about full moon special  arrangements are to be made  for the transit of friends from  town. A more detailed announcement will be made next  week.  The Rev. U.^E. Hatt is lo  give a dramatic recital of the  works of Dr. Win. Henry Urum-  mond, author qf the French  Canadian poems which have  made his name a household  word in this and other countries  in the Baptist church oil Monday evening. Mr. Hatt is ��� well  known as an elocutionist aid  none should miss spending aii  cnjovable evening. There will  be no admission, but a collection w*ill be taken at the close  of the recital.  -��� ��� ���  After only a.week in the hospital, Bert Foreman, of the  Pool Room Barber Shop, c'ied  suddenly earlv last Tuesday  morning, ffom a severe attack  of typhoid. Mr. Foreman was  a voung man, barely 17 years of  ���age, and well known and popular around town; and his unexpected death was a great shotJs  to many. The funeral took  place yesterday, the_ arrangements being in the hands ol the  local Oddfellows-of which Vydge  deceased was a member. The  service ' was held in the Methodist church. Mr. Foreman "��mc  to Kelowna about four years  ago from Ontario. He was  {married but had no family.  J. W. Woolsey returned to  Calgary yesterday after a short  stay in town.  ...  Jas. Harvey,,   whj   has been  in ploved for some months past  at the   power house at Vernon  returned   to the citv this week.  . .'.  Mrs. P. F. Hardin" will   not  receive on Wednesday, February  !4th, but will receive in March  as usual.  ...  Alderman D. W. Sutherland  left this week on a visit to Winnipeg.  . m> .  Tom Leader, who left Kelow-,  na one month ago for'Eneland  has, we hear been, granted-a  commission in   the North Irish  Horse.  ...  Mr. T. Swordy and fainilv desire to thank .all friends for  their kind sympathy and assistance in their recent bereavement.  ...  The usual services will be held  ,at Benvoulin on Sundav next.  Sunday school and Bible class  at 2.30. Rev. W- T. Beattie will  preach in the evening at 7.30. f  ...  The next regular fortnightly  dance of the Kelowna Assembly  Club will be held on Thursday.  Feb. 25th. Last Thursday's  Valentine masquerade ball was  a great success.  ...  Mr. W. C. Jackson, representing the Dominion Live Stock  branch of the Departin>;nt of  Agriculture was in town Saturday, making arrangements for  the- farmers conference to. be  held in Kelowna on the 27th of  this month. ��� ���  ...  By way of further relief work  the city commenced yesterday  to put in a drain fr.,m Ellis  street along Bernard aveuuc  to the lake near the old Farmers' Exchange building. Glazed  sewer tiles are to be used there  being a large quantity of rejected pipe on hand which can be  had at a low rate, and this  should make a very efficient and  permanent job.. It has been certainly badly needed for some  lime, and will no doubt give us  a dryer main street by carrying  off the surface water. Thc work  is,being done under the engineering supervision of Mr. A. L.  McNaughton, who kindly offered  to give his service free to lav  out work for relief.  a a ,��a  Mr. T. Duggan who is offering  a shipment.of two cars of dairy  cows-for sale at the old Lake-  view livery reports sales durin  the week to have been very satisfactory. 'The demand for dairy cows is good at present, and  would be still better if oash  were more plentiful. Of the .14  head brought in 11 have been  sold during the week. To make  matters easier for those who  have the wherewithal to trade  Mr. Duggan is offering to take  potatoes or onions in lieu of  cash.    N    "mm.  Popular artist who will appear at the Opera/House on  Tuesday next in "His Uncle's  Will."  Oats Crush Bone  Crush Barley   Bran    t|  Wheat Beef Scrap  Oyster Shell    Shorts  i  IMPLEMENT &  HARNESS DEPT.  Sleighs  Cutters  Robes  Harness  Blankets  BelU  Gloves  Mitts'  W. R. Glenn & Son  Daalara in  Farm and Orchard Implement*  Pendozi street 2- Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages   .  HEWETSOfa and MANTLE, Ltd.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, snd bains  ���bout loo feat above tha laka, it commands ��� hianri  (ul view of tha town, lake anal surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Cloic to Town and Market  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miss th* ap.  portunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable  property. ,  The Central Okanagan Lands, lid.  KELOWNA. IC.  High Quality Foodstuffs  MADE IN CANADA  Use them on your table.   Feed them, to lhe  kiddies, end thereby encourage home industries  Prida  of Canada Maple Syrup, qt.  bottlea 60c  Home made  Maple Syrup, gallon  tina $1.25  Sugar Dripa. made from augar cane  5-lb. tine 50c  Cooking   Molaaaea   (black   atrap)  2-lb. tin ....t ISa  Okanagan Comb Honay extracted  l-lb. gt.aa 25c  Okanagan comb Honay, par aq...25c  Okanagan comb Honey,pint .4Je  h       ,,      quart....Me  Red Rib bora eelf-raieing buckwheat  flour, nouriahing and easily prepared, per pkg. ...' 1.20c  Potato* Flour, unexcelled for pudding, and cakea, aod uooqualsd  for purity and taste, l-lb.. pkg. ..ISc  FREE with 10 pounds Coffee- ���"  One Handy Kitchen Coffee MUl  Finest Java and Mocha blend, whole roaat beam 50c lb  Coffee and Mill ���,���  |g   Only aii mills to sire sway.   Send your ordera early  Seville Oranges for Marmalade.'  Packed in Jap orange  botes, two dozen to box.   Per doz SOc; per box 95c  d. d. Campbell  Phone Three Oh I Phone Three Oh I  HA^E VOU TRIED SUNBEAM TEA --ITS GOOD Thursday, February 18, 1915  KELOWNA   RECOJID  tmomwcn  ��*    PROFESSIONAL AND   ���*  "       BUSIHESS CARDS      ������  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etcr  KELOWNA. ?. B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :��� B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willit's Block   ���   Kelotoita, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  M.araber ot the B.C. Society ot Arctaitecta  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Box. $09  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. box 531 Phone 4602  Kelowna, B.C.  C. Harvey, B.A, Sc., CE, D.LS.. B.C.LS,  CHARLES   HARVEf,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  haa resumed hie teaching cjassea and will  teccive  pupila  ss  before in hia atudio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BBITaSII COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. ltf. GROVES  M. Cut. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceuor  Survey, and Report. Ota In-a.alion Worlaa  Applactanna for Water Ltccnaea  KELOWNA. B.C.  H.C. ROWLEY ���    ������[. REYNOLDS  A.M.Iaut.C.E..A.M.Ca��.Soc.C.E.       B.C.L9.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cieii Engineers and Land SureeqorB  Water Supply. Iniaatioii, Saibdiviaiooa. ate.  a n     i     di   l P.C* Bos ��61  3, Crowley Block pnooo |3,  Dr. J. VI. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  p. o. aos tas 'Mtsss ss  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  iPHONENo.93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cnduate McCill Univerairy)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Meaaagea may be left at the office of  Maura. Rattenbury 6t Williams  P.O. Bos 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  PUiw,   Specifications   and    Eatimata*  Furnished  Save SO p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  a ���  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date  machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  Made in the  British Empire  You will notice we  are featuring goods  of Canadian manufacture first, and  then those of other  parts of the British  Empire  You can do your  share towards helping to bring the war  to a satisfactory  termination by insisting on getting  these goods  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelo  a. B.C.  The Kaiser's Conscience  die  Bowling  This week shows considerable  change in the standing of the  clubs in the Dreamland Bowling  League. The Pastimes are still  in firct place and this week took  a firmer grip on that position  bv defeating the Beavers three  straight. The Dreamlands turned the same trick on the Shiners and pulled themselves up on  even terms with the Beavers for  second place while the Shiners  dropped into a tie ."with tbe  Shamrocks, two games aheah  of the Bears-who bring up the  tail end.  The scores this week are not  up the usual standard as nearly  all have struck a slight slump  and only a few have held or  raised their averages.  Following are.the games this  week:  The Bears took the Shamrocks into camp two games out  of three on Mondav night as  follows:  BEARS  Dowsley .  Willits . ,  West . . .  Spare . .  Hallauer  Totals . .  122  W  159  135  150  TO  129  114  136  I7S  168���42  142���410  156���429  15O-427  154-470  Oh, haggard mind:   oh,   weary  weary soulf  Groping   darkly    through  awful past;  Seeking the   rest   the innocent  extol;  Finding  grief in  the withering  blast.  Return   once more,   oh  happy,  jovous days,  Stay! stay!   if only for a 1110-  m?nt.  Let me roam again in long lost  ways,  Ways of peace and Godlv unitv.  No!   no!   it   cannot   be.    Oh,  slothful soul,  Gorged full with manv an   unclean thing,  Thou dragg'st along thv  heavy  chain of care  Through imaginary scenes   ..nd  feasts.  Still it pursues and haunts thee  ev'rywhere.  It hovers   around  thee in   thv  dreams;  Like a pricking lance it pierces  thy breast.  It surges   through thee like   a  deep stream.  As to and fro fe toss, and cannot rest.  Throbs thv mad'nin'' brain  bitter wound,  Canst thou not heal?   Oh!  stant, constant nain.  In the still   solemn   hour  midnight,  Vast hosts of counll.ss nyriads  slain  Hover round thee, howlhi  shrieking  With   dev'lisn   del'-' '  dread tortures  Of thv soul.    Oh! Hell  thou be worse  Than  this unceasing .unitis-int*  wound,  That naught can heal, '.It if fives  when the bones  Lie cold and   still witiiin   the  silent tomb?  HELEN BEA Mi.  . 705 689 776-2170  SHAMROCKS  Hedges . . . 159 138 177-474  McLennan .. 145 116 144   405  Coates .... 15,1, 117 148���418  Spare .... 146 107 125- -378  Pettigrew . . 184 190 lyi���506  Totals  787   668   7262181  Oh!  of  md  th?  .aust  Softly, silently, nearer he '.awe.  In   a gentle   whisper, breathed  each name.  Unseen, he tenderly closed their  eyes,  Aod   fled   with   their sou's  to  Paradise.  HELEN BEALE.  For the first time in two hundred years the British government invited the House of Commons to give it a blank cheque  for army purposes.  In order to replace the ievenues lost through the Kur<>pean  war, the Panama eovennneiit  has introduced in the national  assembly a bill providing for a  stamp tax on tobacco, at|uo::>,  cigars, cigarettes, checks and  documents of all kinds. The bill  places a tax of11 cent a word on  all commercial cable messages  sent and received, ,i-i>1 m,-half  a cent on all personal messages.  The bill also provides for twvert  penalties for failure to com.w  with the law, allowing half t'e  fine to the informant. It is  proposed to raise $250,000 by  this means, and also to tax all  prize winning lottery tickets.  By winning all three j*��uni s  from, the Beavers the Pastimes  increased their lead in the race  for the pennant. The scores follow:  PASTIMES  Soresby ... 198 156 123���477  Gibb 130 104 159   '9;'  Mills ��33 128 161���422  McCubbin . . I52 124 147���423  "Purdy .... 246 193 193���632  Sods of England Insuring  Soldier Members  Totals  . .. 859   705  BEAVERS  Shiedel . .  Patterson  McKay . .  Watt . . .  O'Neil . .  Totals . .  109  127  124  90  148  1.33  121  141  92  151  783-2347  158���401  133-381  121���391  131-313  128���427  603   639   671-1913  The Shiners dropped three lo  the Dreamlands last night its  follows:  Marquett  Trench .  Dalgleish  Panton .  Rosri .  Totals .  SHINERS  . . in   168  ��� 71  . . 123  . .. 146  . . 208  125  I5I  141  174  144-42-,  I25���3I7  117���391  I46--4.V*  I48-5.V1  At the usual meeting of the  Sons of England Benefit Tociety  on Thursday evening, th-i nth  inst a letter was read, written  bv the supreme cecretary on behalf of the supreme lodge to all  subordinate lodges, outlining a  scheme for the insurance of all  its members who have volunteered for active service during  the present war. As thU will  prove of considerable interest to  the relatives and members of  this society resident in Kelowna  we give the scli li. it/ for  their benefit.  "At a meeting of the Supreme  Lodge, a rerolution was passed  that the supreme executive coun  cil insure the lives of all volunteer members for fi,00 and  that the cost of same be raised  bv an extra per capita tax on  all members. Some of the richest insurance companies in the  world were approached to write  this up, but none of these companies would accept the risk  However, not to be beaten in  their desire to carrv their resolution into effect the executive  council decided to lew their  members Si.00 per head, thus  taking care of the business 1 lief I  selves.  It may be interesting to know  that 1000 Sons of England mein  bers go to make up the complement of the first Canadian contingent, and that the .society is  weil represented in the other  contingents that have not yet  left for the front. These figures  will give the reader some idea  of the magnitude of the undertaking, and ;in impression of the  'spirit' of the members af the  society, who recognizing that  the volunteers are sacrificing  eperything, realize that they  must do their rhare in protecting, as we,l as they .ire able,  the interests thev leave behind  them. It is the expression cf  thie spirit which makes things  worth while, and welds into a  closer communion the whole  realm of humanity.  "As one of the subordinate  lodges, working under the executive supreme council" said a  prominent member of ���-be Kelowna lodge, "we endorse '.o the  fullest their action in this matter, gratified beyond measure to  see them rise to such 'in r-u*a-  sion, and when neace has once  more dawned ok the old world.  and the shock of battle has passed awav, and when the lists of  those who have passed awav in  conflict arc being read, we shall  know that we have at least done  what wc could, and justified our  existence as a* fraternal, benefit  and providential organization."  ��� 659. 759 675-2094  DREAMLANDS  Davenport .    143   179 149-  J.McMillan . 109   123 110-  A. Johnson . 130   147 120-  Parker .... 135   143 153-  Treadgold ..  181   181 ib"-  ���471  ���342  ���39  44'  546  Totals  708   773   716-2.97  LEAGUE STANDING  Team  P  W  L   Pit.  Pastimes . .  .  18  15  .V-.825  Beavers ....  18  10  8 -.555  Dreamlands .  18  10  8-. 555  Shiners ....  18  7i  11���-3��5  Shamrocks .  .  18  7  tr-365  18  5  r.3���-275  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Fab. 33.���Bears vs. Dreamlands.  Feb. 33.��� Pastimes vs  Shamrooks.  Feb. 34.���Shiners  vs. Beavers.  What is believed to be a valuable gold discovery has been  made close to the shore of the  Arrow Lakes some miles fcioulh  of Arrowhead by Mrs. Reid, thc  wife of W. R. Reid, the well  known merchant of Arrowhead.  From one handful of gravel Mr.  Reid has extracted seven gold  nuggets, ranging in size from  that of a pea downwards, as  well as pieces of quartz. In thc  neighborhood from which the  gravel was obtained, white  quartz with indications of copper and iron is olainlv to be  seen. Mr. Reid and associates  have already staked ,1 rumber  of claims in the vicinity ot the  discovery and samples of quartz  have been sent to the coast for  analysis.  Million Dollar Mystery Prize  Patrons of the Opera House  who have been following "The  Million Dollar Mystery" will be  interested to know that the  judges, Harold McGrath, May  Tinee of the Chicago Tribune,  and Howell Hansell, the Than-  houser Director have after stren  uous weeks of almost incessant  labor, decided on the winner of  the $ 10,000 prize.  More than 100,000 solutions  were sent in. In order to keep  the judges from being swamped  a large force of clerks was engaged for weeks in sorting the  mail. The name of the winner will be announced to -tl*e  public at an early date. The  successful solution will be produced as the 23rd episode of  the play. This final episode  which is now being produced  will be released about Feb. it  and will be available for Ke  lowna about two months Inter,  All the leading characters will  appear in the last picture and  thc manufacturers declare thut  the climax- of this great serial  will be eminently satisfactory  to the millions of picture fans  who are eagerly awaiting it.  The judge at Firozpul in the  Punjab, has sentenced to death  seven Sikhs who had been convicted of killing two police officials at Calcutta last October  in the rioting which followed  the arrival of the steamer Kom  agata Maru at that port Irom  Vancouver.  Newest Corset Models  tj Ltdies looking for a good serviceable and splendid fitting  Corset should not misa (he opportunity of looking over our  stock. We carry nothing but the best values, the two illustrated below being exceptionally good.  Low Bust Model     Low Bust Model  Has a good long skirt, well  trimmed, and in every way a  pleasing style suitable for  small or medium figures.  $1 each  Made of best quality White  Coutil, has guaranteed elastic  sides, finished with six suspenders.  $2 each  h  erman  Hunt  Dry Goods Store  Kelouna  iWrrd  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Effective Auguat lat, 1914, to August lat, 1915, aad  guaranteed  againit any  reduction during that time.  All cars fully equipped f.o.b. Ford. Ont.  Runabout  -  Touring Car   -  Town Car -      -      -   $840  (In the Dominion of Canada only)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyer, of new Ford cara (rom Auguat lat,  1914, to Atguat lit, 1915, will .hare in the profit, of  the conp.a:ay to the extent of $40 to $60 per car, on  each car thay buy, PROVIDED: we aeli and deliver  30,000 new Ford cara during that period.  m^ouM Jmmm  Aale for particular.      '.'^8 Wmm 9  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA. LIMITED. , A  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   -    -    KELOWNA. B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $ 10.50  Pensylvania Egg -   17.00  Pensylvania Stove      -   17.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Bos  166  Every step counts these Hard Times  It will pay you to take a few steps on Water Street to  get a Bargain at the  Second-Hand Store  I'll Guarantee   You From 10  to 50 per  cent, on every purchate you make  1 have the most varied assortment of Household Goods in  Kelowna. Come in and inspect the goods, it will pay you for  your trouble.    A line of China and Crockery always in stock  A. E. COX  SECOND-HAND STORE PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, February 18, J915  WANTED!  J  FOR   SALE  FOK SALE. Lefevre estate. Now is  vour chance for a good improved  ranch, the best buy in the Okanagan  One hundred and forty-three acres,  all fenced, a fine creek runs through  the property, best of land, with its  ���wd irrigation system, in the heart  of the Orchard district, on the main  road, onlv three miles from Kelowna  mail delivered at door every day  Must be sold to wind up estate. Address  P.O. Box  157,  Kelowna,  B.C.  HAY FOK SALE.-Clover anl ttlfaHi  delivered.    Price on npolicatfon     la  Box  195, Kelowna. 9tf.  FOR SALE.���Pony broken to rid-- 01  drive, cheap. Apply P.O. i'ox 45.1,  Kelowna. 1 'if.  FOR SALE  One pair of brown Geldings, Clyde  drafts, 5 and 6 years old, kind and tjenile  and good to work, used to logging and all  kinds of hard work. Have been used  mine for 12 months on road work and  have no further use for them. Can be  Men at Mr. Rembler Paul's, Bernard Ave.  Will be sold at reasonable figure.        12-4  30 MILK COWS FOR SAI/fi.-Ono  fresh calved, and three tn ealvo very  shortly. Applv H. B. Burtch, <��� i JaB,  Bowels  Sunset   Ranch. Ulf.  FOR SALE. ��� Orpingtons, Wyandottes and Reds, cheap. \V  G.    Morrison,   Lawson    ave  nue. 13-1 a  FOR' SALE.���Italian and Car-  niolan bees. Prices according  to strength of colonv and Lho  number taken. Also supplies  and equipment. Applv FL, L-  McDonald, Rutland. 12-n  FOR EXCHANGE  Good movinp picture theatre, Vioser  street, South Vancouver, for improved  fruit   farm in   Kelowna  district.   A-  R. G. Martin, 6315 Fraser n-rcet, Vancouver, R. C. il-13  WANTED--Experienced farmer with ere-  dentials, wants to work mixed farm on  ���hares. Owner furnish seed, implements  and perhaps team. What offers? Apply  S. Stouffer, 511, Wilson Avenue, Kelowna, between 5 and 7 p.m., or write.  Patriotism and  Production  MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL  (Continued {rom Page One.)  Agricultural Conferences  undel lite auspices of tne  Dominion Dcpar'm'tof Agriculture  will be held at  Sunimeiland, Mar.  1st, at 2.30  and  Penticlon, on March 1st, al  8  atad at  Raymers Hall, Kelowna  Saturday, Feb. 27  At 3.30 p.m.  His Worship Mayor Jones will preside ut the latter meeting  Agricultural conditions ob affected hy the  WBf,   and   the   duty   nnd   opportunity  of  Canadian   farme.s will be fully ���ii=cns3t-d  A cordial welcome  is extended t<  all.    Ladies are welcome.  iN POUND  Two 2-year-old Geldingf, one brandeu  18 ou left shoulder and while tip.-ton fo;  head, two white hind feet; one branded  XT on L(t shoulder, full white face and  two white hind feet. Will be sold b\  auction if not claimed within seven days  i f advertising.  A. R. DAVY,  13 Puundkeep  Bul  man  ,&Cr  Willits Block  OSS  Phone 306  YOUNG LADY SEEKS POSITION us  lady's help. Phone 3404, or write  Box "R" Record. 10-12  FOR RENT���Ten acres in Rutland for two  or three years for payment of taxes.   E.  Quick, 821, Fifth Avenue West, Calgary  I3-5P  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will bo at Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop. Pendoz  street between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday of each week to moot  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 626, Kelowna. 20tf.  To Exchange��� 6-room house and Four  | Lots in an Alberta town for Fruit Ranc)  or Kelowna Property,  Blacksmith Shop in small town in Alberta, revenue bearing. Will Exchange  for Fruit Land or Kelowna Property.  320 Acres, clear title, 100 acrea broken  small house, stable for 20 hois* s, all fenced; $18 per acre. Will exchange foi  Fruit Ranch.  To Exchange ���10 acres Fruit Land for  House Property in Kelowna.  Winnipeg Properly and SummerResort.  Property near Winnipeg at Whyetwold  and Poneinah Beach, to Exchange for  Kelowna Property.  Bulman & Cross  Willits Block  Phone 306  It's EGGS that   Pay  And the " Barron " Strain Produces 'em  White Wyandottes & Buff Orpingtons  I have a few Cockerels of the above breeds  for stock birds. They are direct from the  celebrated Barron strain, of Lancashire,  England, and are of good egg-laying type  I will take a reasonable price for CASH  A. W. COOKE - - - - Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  Edward's Cash Grocery  Bernard Avenue  Opposite Post Office  Accumulate the DOLLARS more  By Saving CENTS at our store  We are trying to help you through these very bad times,  but this will be impossible if you will not help yourselves  by calling on us. We are satisfied with a very small  profit, and we know that you will also be satisfied. " One  call solicited, leave the rest to us."  Specials for Friday and Saturday  A. D. Coffer, per Ib. tin 45c  Mixed Pickle,, per bottle 20c  Kootenay Jam, 2-lb. tin  25c  Quaker Tomatoes, per tin 10c  Spuda, per aack $1.25  Corn Flakee 10c  Choice Sweet Orartgea, per doz. 20c  Freah Ginger Snapa, per Ib 10c  Japan Tea, per Ib 25c  Eggo Baking Powder, 16-oz. tina.. 15c  Blue Label Cataup, per bot 20c  We guarantee attention and eatiefaction to all customers.   Pbone your  ordera to 39 and they will receive our prompt attention  W. M. EDWARDS  again. 11 those interested did  not want to use the water the  flume should be taken away as  it was a nuisance.  Mayor .'ones undertook to  speak to some o[ the users in  tiie next few days.  Mr. A. Bornais waited on the  council again in reference to his  lot mar the creek. He s.iid he  had asked the council some time  aeo to open the line at the  back of his lot but nothing1 had  s'et been done. The ground' was  now getting soft and as he was  ubout to haul more lumber lie  alid not like ta> drive over another man's lot. He also dr��.w attention to the fact that the  water of the creek struck the  end of the bine and took a sweep  along his lot, ami'in ease of a  flood would be likelv to do c< n  siderablc damage. 11" luicVlmill  a little shed on the bank and  did not want it to be swe"  awav. He asked the council  to take steras to turn the water  ind protect his pronurtv. an '  in doing so thev would .also protect the bridge.  Alderman Copele'nd undertook  If You Want to Be  On Time  witli your housework, send  your washing to  The PENTICTON  STEAM LAUNDRY  Agent���  The Smokers' Store  J. I). WHI1EHEAD    .   Prop.  Next lo tlae Posl-OfTace  ti* 3$  --. j   ^  WATER ACT.  Before the Board of Investigation.  In the matter of all streams flowing into  Okanagan Lake from the Wtst or North-  \V���It between Coyote Creek and Shorts  Creek inclusive.  A meeting of tlio Board of Investigation  will be held at the Courthouse in Vernon  on the 19th day of March, I9!5, at two  o'clock in the afternoon.  In the matter of all streams in Town*  ships 10, 14. 20, and 21, Osojoos Division  of the District of Yale.  A meeting of the e-'id Board will Le held  at th'.- I Iall at Oyama on Monday the 22nd  day of March,  1915, at ten o'clock   in   the  forenoon.  In the matter of all 6tr;a..ta flowing into  Okai agan Lake from the West, North uf  Beur Creek and South of .Sho. Is Creek.  A meeting will be held 'tt Kelowna on  the 23rd day of Maich, 1915, at 10 o'clock  iai ill" aoaciiuaaon.  Al the meetings all Itatenienta of claim  lo wa'ter privileges under Acta passed l,e.  fore the 12tli day of Marcl-, 190*>, oia those  respa ctive streams, all objection! thereto,  and lha plai?s prepared for lhe use of the  board will then he opcta for inspection.  All persons interested are entitled to itt-  spec* these, and to file obja-ctions thereto  in w ilinir if they deem fat.  Al tliese ana L-liiiK* claimants who have  not | reviously duaie ao shall prove their  lille t.�� the lands to which their water re.  corda. are appurteuuut. I his may he done  by producing, in case of Crown-grunted  land!., the title alecals oa a ceitifieate of en-  cuml ranee or oilier evidence of title; or ita  the a ase of lanals 'not held under Crown  grant, by producing thc preemption record,  the agreement of sale, the mining record,  rerlificate of search in the Dominion  Lanal Office, or other documents of title'  Ol .iecttons will be heard forthwith if the.  part) objected to has received sufficient  notice of thc objection.  The Board at the aaid meeting will determine the quantity of water which may  be usiad under each record, the further  worl:s which are necessary for such use,  ..nd will set dates ��� for the filing of such  plans of saacb works and for the commencement and completion of such works.  Aa;d whereas there may be persons who  before the 12th day of March, 1909, were  entitled to water rights on thc said streams  and yet have not filed statements of their  claims with the board of Investigation,such  persona are required to file on or before  the 10th day of March, 1915, a statement  ns required hy Section 294 of the Water  Act, 1914, or Section 28 of the Water Act  as amended in 1913. Forms (No. 50 for  irrigation, and No, 51 for other purposes)  may be obtained from any Government  Agent in the Province.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., the 9th day of  February. 1915.  For the Board of Investigation,  ��� J. F. ARMSTRONG,  Chairman  lo have    the lane onened,    but  although some s ;ons 'verc'  made regarding the creek no ae-  Lion was taken.  Foreshadow Salary  lt-cductions  Alderman Sutherland announced that the Finance Coruniitteo  had recently liuu a niecuntr and  it appeared that the raoutlily  receipts 'roin water and, light  rales would |usl about pay the  salaries ol lhe city stall, though  there might be a little deiicien-  cy. Another money leuuired  over that ior other expenses  would have lo be borrowed and  il seemed as though they would  have to rely upon private liians  for the money, li they went  behind al all they would nave  lo consider paying onlv a per  callage of the salaries. The suggestion has been made that they  hold back 20 per cent., oi salaries ior the present, This, he  said would really be no hardship upon thc stall as it Would  only be like saving up the money for them.  Alder...an U.i'.m.r said he had  intended at the present meeting  lo have brought un the matter  of salary reductions, bur. he  lound he was not ciuite prepared  and would have to leave it over  until next meeting.  Further Relief  Work  Needed  The announcement was made  that the relief wotk in the park  and also the wood cutting in  Glenmore was about iimsUed  and il was decided lo hold a  meeting of the Board ol Works  at once to decide on further  work to be done.  Alderman Sutherland suggested that ii enquiries were made  thero might be some people out  in the country who could provide work for a few of Lhe men.  Alderman Duggan announced  that Messrs. F, M. BuckUnd,  I,. E. Taylor and D. \V. Crow-  lev had agreed to serve on ihe  Parks committee for riaolher  vear.  Alderman Raymer said I a! had  thai the land back of Mr. 'Ved-  dcl's house at thc corner oi Rich  ter street be opened up, and also that the iron braces on the  Pendozi street bridge be shortened and rethreaded.  VEGETABLES  We still have a nice supply of fresh vegetables : Carrots, Parsnips, Beets, Onions  Cabbage, Celery, Potatoes, etc., buf we  find that everyone at this time of the year  is beginning to use Canned .Vegetables,  and we can make some exceptionally  good offers in  Canned Vegetables for CASH  Belgium Canned Peas 3 cans for 25c.  Kelowna Canned  Beans 3 cans for 25c,  Kelowna Canned Tomatoes 2 cans for 25c.  Quaker Canned Corn 2 cans for 25 c.  Quaker Canned Peas 2 cans for 25c.  Libby's Canned Asparagus, large tin  35c.  Libby's Canned Asparagus, small tin  25c.  a  Crosse & Blackwell Mushrooms in Gravy.  French Mushrooms in three grades in Bottles.  French Peas in two grades put up in Bottles.  French Beans in Cans and in Bottle?. Lima  Beans in Cans. Succotash in Cans. Hominy  in Cans.   Spinach in Cans, in fact practically  Everything in Canned Vegetables  ��� THE  McKENZIE CO., Ltd.  Our f^lXotto:  "Quality and Service :  The water righti, maps, and the tabulations of records will be open for inspection  at the Court-house, Vernon, at 2 o'clock in'  the afternoon, on the 19th day of March,  1915, and at the opening of the meetings  at Oyama and Kelowna. 13-6  Spring Arrivals in Footwear  MEN'S and BOYS'  Just added to our very large  range of stock iines���Hartt,  Bells, Tetrault, Cote, English  K, Oberholtzer, Leckies, Classic and others.  No branch pf our immense stock was  ever so complete meeting spring demands  SAXON  Sample No. 633  Pattern No.  14  Genuine glazed kangaroo, Seatnlesa Lai.,  Eaij,liah back stay, Low  tire], Straight last anal  btoad Foe, ! leavy sin-  gle sole. Sizes 5 to 12  BCDE and F WiJll.a  $6.50  WOODBINE  Sample No. 438  Pattern No. 02  Tan Russian calf, Slip  sole, Blucher, Medium  high   broad   toe   and  Medium heel  Made  in  all   leathers  and   in   all   sizes   and  widths.  $6.50  BLUE B0NNETTS  Sample    No.   486  Pattern No.  16  Gun metal calf, Seam.  leaa Blucher, Mat calf  top, alip sole, Semi  high toe, I 3-fltha-in.  heel, Made in all lea.  thera. aizea 4 to II.  C D and E Width,  $6.00  SAM SLICK  Sample    No.   813  Pattern No. 01  Brown cheaco calf, slip  sole,   Blucher,   Whole  quarter, Semi high toe  Medium Heel  $6.50  A Few Remarks of Interest to You  Fallen arches are caused by the Scaphoid  Bone, which is part of the instep, becoming dislocated and dropping down. Pain is felt in the  foot or knee, and sometimes in tha hip, which  makes walking painful. After much experimenting, we have produced in our NATUR-ARCH  She a perfect Arch Support, which keeps the  Scaphoid Bone in its proper place, and, supplies  a remedy for this common ailment.  HARrT'S CUSHION SOLE SHOE (Patent  Applied For) ia far superior toany other Cushion  Sole Shoe. - I he sock lining is wetted in all  around, which prevents any space between the  cushion sole and the upper to pinch the foot, as  is the case in other cushion sole shoes. Our  cushion sole felt is of pure lamb's wool, from  selected jtock and properly blended. It will retain its elasticity, and will not roll up, mat down  or separate.   We have proved it by actual teats.  CARE OF SHOES AND LEATHERS;-  Don't let your bootblack use polish that dries  with a gloss. Such polishes are full of acid,  turpentine and shellac. It hardens the fibre so  that the leather breaks in a short time. Proper  polish softens and preserves the leather.  The constant use of shoe trees will keep year  foe twear in good shape. Thty also prolong the  life of shiny leather footwear.  Patent leather shoes require thorough warming  before being worn.   It prevents cracking.  Keep at least two pairs of shoes, and change  frequently���it prolongs their life.  When your shoes are damp or wet, do not  put them near the heat���it will rot and crack  them quicker than anything else.  FITTING OF SHOES:-  Be sure your shoes fit comfortably. Insist on  being fitted tq_a shoe that ia plenty long. A shoe  too short is responsible for crooked toes, enlm ged  joints, corns and bunions, and also causes then  to break at the tip.  Thomas Lawson, Limited

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