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 ssaenur *, w    ���'.'������Il tai   '"���ntoria. B.C.  Wfo*��Ov*��\  M<rttma Uccorb  ,*^W*&  V^fc��aOvr*|>^  VOL. X11..N0. 13  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1920.���4 PAGES  J 1.50 Per Annum  Mic Meeting Decides  to Launch Co-operative Association  I Contemplates Purchase of the  McKenzie Co.'s Store  There was a large attendance on  ', Tueaday evening at the G.W.V.A.  rooms to hear the details of the  proposal to start a co-operative  association in Kelowna and upon  which a joint committee of the  Veterans and United Farmera had  been at work securing information  for some time. This committee  . presented its report, the bye-laws  .suggested having been adapted  , from other successful otganizations  which had beon started at Vernon,  Penticton and Salmon Arm.  The proposal was to  purchase  the business of the McKenzie Co.,  . the capital -to be raised by the is-  t sue to the public of shares to the  value of $20 each, half of which  I may be paid in three months.  There was considerable discus-  . sion upon the details of the scheme  > but there was general agreement  upon the principle that a co-operative store would go a long way to  reduce the high coat of living.  Pellicular stress was laid upon the  necessity for running a cash business in order to eliminate the losses and expenses of credit. Delivery  charges, which were often absurdly high on small purchases, would  have to be cut down to a minimum. As an instance of the latter  one speaker pointed out that onlv  recently through some misunderstandings, it had cost 60c to deliver a 35c length of stova-pipe.  It was stated that the following  had consented to act as provisional directors during the formation  of the company: Mayor Sutherland  Messrs. J. F. Burne, C. E. Weeks,  J. N. Thompson, A. A. Ballard, E.  Weddell and Lt.-Col Belson. This  board will now* proceed to draw  up a prospectus, invite subscriptions, and advertise for a manager.  After the meeting about 40 members of the sudience put their  names down for shares and many  others have since expressed their  willingness to do so.  High School Notes  Br Special Corrsspondsat.  At the last meeting of the Literary Societv of the High School, it  was decided to put a small piece  in the local papers, telling some of  the daily "doings" at the High  School.   This is the firat number.  e       e  e   .  One notable event laat week was  that a certain pupil of low standing  (meaning height) in the Advanced  class,' condescended to visit the  High School. Yet pressing business seems to have taken him away  again, for we have scarcely had a  glimpse of his cherub-like countenance since.  , a ���  The Metric, class is attempting  to   get   the   following   into their  cerulean domes this week:���  "There are meters Iambic,  And meters Trochaic,  And meters in musical tone ;  But the meter that's neater,  Completer and sweeter  Is to meet her by moonlight  alone."  ��� . '  It is rather pleasant these days  at recess to see the boys of the  High  School  playing ��� leapfrogl  So entertaining and instructive!  e       e  e  I wonder if all the pupils know  thst there is a toy for them to play  with in the school���a jumping-jack.  We missed his last act during  Algebra the other day, and he was  too shy to do it again. He rather  resembled a "jazz baby." Is 'that  enough description? (With apologies to the jumping-jack.)  TENDERS TOR   POLES  Tendera will be received by'the under-  sinned up till 2 lat inst., covering the supply of Cede* Poles, sizes 25, 30 end 35  feet; 6, 7 and 8-inch tops respectively.  Prices to be quoted carload lota, f.o.b.  cara, Sicamous branch C.P.R., or delivered  to yards, Vernon, Kelowna or Penticton.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO.,  13.4 E. B. Godfrey, Superintendent  Importance ol Irrigation Question  Mr. Jones Fires First Gun before House on Oriental Question  - Debate on Address Furnishes Opportunity for Vigorous  Speech on Many Matters Vital to Province  The Oriental question and the  expansion of the government's irrigation policy were the outstanding features in a long address  delivered in the legislature Mon-  day afternoon by J. W. Jonea conservative member for South Okanagan. The speech covered a  multiplicity of topica and reviewed  in general some of the more vital  issues being grappled with to-day  in Britiah Columbia.  "Has taxation been equitably  distributed ? " was a queation aaked by the member for South Okanagan. Another waa : " Haa the  provincial debt been kept within  bounds ? " This he answered by  stating that the debt of British  Columbia had increased aince the  present government came into  office (rom $16,176,000 to over  $35,000,000.  Mr. Jones proceeded to a review of the irrigation question,  particularly as affecting the Okanagan valley. He waa glad to see,  he said, that the government was  alive to the importance of this  question, and while the system in  vogue waa anything but entirely  satisfactory, atill, he felt the government was doing good work in  pressing irrigation matters. He  told of the serious situation arising  through the lack of water in the  storage reservoirs in the Kelowna,  Naramata and Penticton districts.  In one instance the stored water  disappeared through the failure of  a dam on May I. In other places  the water was exhausted by August I. He understood engineers  were still giving their attention to  the solution of these problems, but  he wished to bring home to the  government the striking urgency  of the situation.  The speaker was puzzled over  the doubling of the estimate placed by the miniater of landa upon  the Osoyoos reclamation project,  stating that this work was originally planned to cost $750,000,  while recently Mr. Pattullo had  placed the estimate at $1,500,000.  He referred to a recent "venture"  of the minister in the Okanagan  country, where he said Mr. Pattullo  waa operating a small ranch, planting treea in the fall rather than in  the apring, the customary time for  starting the seedlings. He wondered what the idea waa. Perhaps  Mr. Pattullo intended to grow dried  apples I  Before leaving the irrigation  question, Mr. Jones strongly advocated government ownerahip of  storage reservoirs.  He next dealt with railway matters, complimenting Premier Oliver  minister of railways, upon the apparent success being met with in  the operation of that department.  He thought Mr. Oliver had surely  missed his calling. He would have  made a good railway contractor,  said the member for South Okanagan. He did regret, he aaid, the  deplorable delay in the completion of the Kamloops-Kelowna  branch of the Canadian National  Railway, lt had been hoped to  have thia line completed before  the end of the preaent year, but it  now looked aa though it would be  two or three years before the line  would be finished. Mr. Jones urged speed in this regard.  He next commented upon the  queation of roads, stating that the  roada , of Britiah Columbia resembled irrigation ditches in many instances and were in a hopeless  situation. He quoted figures of  eatimatea tor road building in the  United States, saying that California had voted $40,000,000 for this  work ; Oregon $12,000,000 ; and  Washington $50,000,000. The  area of the three statea was less  than that of Britiah Columbia while  the population waa less than aix  times as great.     ,' '  "If we did as well as those statea  according to population," aaid Mr.  Jonea, "we would spend upon bur  roada not less than $15,000,000.  The Department should waken up  and give us belter roada to the  coaat. The interior is not linked  up with the coast and great incon  veniences are suffered as a result.  The speaker contended that the  roads appropriation was altogether  too amall.  Another road question touched  upon by the member for South  Okanagan waa the question of the  commencement of work upon the  National Highway.  "Agricultural development is by  far the most important task we  have before ua in Britiah Columbia," aaid Mr. Jones, in reviewing  rural development. He spoke of  the immense area of the province,  the acreage being 255,190,400,  with nearly 29,000,000 acrea considered suitable for agriculture and  only 513,000 acrea under cultivation.  "What ia the Department of Agriculture doing to advertise our  great resources ? " was hia query.  The hon. Mr. Barrow haa been  likened to the great Lincoln so  many times, and ther- is a physical reaemblance. It is to be hoped  that he shows himself like Lincoln  in ability. 1 he interior thinks he  ia asleep."  The speaker regretted the fact  that half of the foodstuffs of the  province had to be imp6rted, and  pointed out to the House that very  little effort would be necessary to  speed up production to the point  where British Columbia could be  aelf-aupporting in this regard. He  reminded the Minister of Agriculture that every farmer placed upon  the land meant a warranted increase in population of eleven persons.  He touched briefly upon what  he called mismanagement in connection with landa af Campa Mer-  ville and Lister, and passed on to  a discussion of the new soldier  settlement at Kelowna, where the  Christian ranch had been purchased and subdivided. Mr. Jonea had  considerable criticism to offer in  this connection. First of all, he  wished to know why F. R. E. De-  Hart, a former director of the Land  Settlement Board, had been dismissed. He also wished to know  why a profit of $9,000 had been  paid in the purchaae of this property, atating that a Mr. Morrison,  president of the Liberal Association at Rutland, was the man who  profited through the government's  purchase of tbia property. Mr.  Jones went into the hiatory of the  purchaae of this farm, which, he  said, contained 449 acrea, and  which coat Mr. Morrison $24,000  and the Land Settlement Board  $35,000. After an investigation,  he continued, the director leferred  to waa called to Victoria and later  dismissed. Mr. Jones wondered  if the director, a friend of the government, was sacrificed to aave the  ministers of the government. He  also wondered why one director  only was fired, when two, Messrs.  DeHart and Ward, had made the  inspection and recommendation.  Mr. Jonea said the land of the  Christian ranch waa good and that  with water it would prove splendid for agricultural purposes. Unfortunately, though, he maintained  a proper investigation had not  been made with regard to water,  and later it was discovered thai no  water could be aecured. The  springs which ahould naturally  irrigate the land could not be utilized through prior rights having  been secured. The speaker said  the reault had been that the entire  summer had paaaed without allotments being made to the returned  men who had worked upon the  land. He charged mismanagement  all the way through, saying that  while one contractor had offered  to clear the land for $60 per acre,  the cost had already run oyer $100  per acre. He also claimed the sale  of the cord wood on the land would  have paid the expenses of clearing. Over 5,000 cords of this had  been burned.  Hon. Mr. Barrow interrupted to  ask if Mr. Jonea had not recommended the purchase of the Christian ranch. The member for South  Okanagan replied that he had recommended the purchaae of 2,000  acres of lend which included.the  ranch in question, but not the purchase of this piece alone. When  he heard that the Christian ranch  alone was being purchased, he  stated he went to lhe chairman of  the Land Settlement Board and advised against it. He thought at  that juncture an engineer ahould  have been called in to make an  inapection. Mr. Jones left thia question after stating that he thought  if the Sumaa project was handled  by the Land Settlement Board in  the same manner as the Christian  property and other projecta the  province would soon be bankrupt,  He urged that more assistance  be secured in the Department of  Agriculture, saying that it had been  necessary for men to leave the  aervice because of the meagreness  of the pay. At a recent farmera'  meeting, Mr. Jones quoted Dr. D.  Warnock, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, as saying that the Department was not in a poaition financially to pay sufficient sal��ries to aecure  or retain experts. He wished the  Department to make proviaion tor  instruction in fruit culture ; to pay  greater attention to fighting the  codlin moth ; to establish a fumigation plant in the interior, and to  appoint an exhibitions commissioner to arrange British Columbia fruit  tor exhibits ir eastern cities.  Mr. Jones brought home to- the  house the urgency of relief in the  sugar situation, maintaining that  great losses had been and would  be suffered. If this danger were  not eliminated the loss would be  disastrous this year. The sugar  shortage and the car and, box  shortage had each cost the Okanagan Valley a half million dollars.  He urged the Government to leave  no atone unturned to remedy thia  situation.  Mr. Jones was the first member  of the house to take up the Oriental question, into which he delved  most exhaustively. He spoke of  the greatly increased wealth of the  Japaneae in this province and their  determined efforta to acquire property and control irrigation works.  He reviewed Japan's part in the  war and expressed his admiration  for the Japanese people, but he  thought Canada should not admit  citizens to whom she was not willing to extend in due time equal  privileges. There was great danger,  he aaid, from the menace of the  foreigner and he thought the bara  ahould be raised.  "There is a new national consciousness," said the member for  South Okanagan, "It is felt in  Great Britain and all over the Empire, and we should hold Canada's  name high among the nations."  The speaker told ofthe progress  being made by the Japaneae in  various parts of the Pacific, and  said they were rapidly acquiring  control of various branches of the  agricultural industry. In Seattle  they owned 47 per cent, of the  hotels and 25 per cent of the grocery stores. They had 6,600 acres  of land in the Yakima Valley and  were tying up large holding in this  province.' He stated there were  14,000 Japanese in British Columbia, and that thia population had  doubled in ten years.  Mr. Jones referred to a letter aent  by the Japanese Consul at Vancouver to the Allied Boards of  Trade, in which it was practically  stated that if the opposition to  Japaneae immigration was not stopped Japan might refuse to send  her money here for investment.  Mr. Jones could see no catastrophe  in thia. He reviewed the Canadian legislation which had permitted  the holding of land by the Japanese,  and thought a great error had been  made when the Dominion Government lowered the bara.  Premier Oliver at thia juncture  asked what would become of the  Japaneae Treaty if such steps were  taken as these apparently advocated by the member for South Okanagan. Mr. Jones replied by atating  that thia government should bring  in certain legislation which would  prevent lands passing into the  hands of undesirables. He thought  that Ottawa should pass legislation  reviving the clause in the treaty  by which Canada could exclude  Japaneae laborers and artisans.  Canada doea not regard admission aa a right to any race���European, African or Asiatic. She considers her citizenship a privilege  and reserve's to herself the right to  extend or not to extend that privilege to whom ahe will.  Joaeph Waltera. Liberal member  for Yale, moved the adjournment  of the debate.  Organize Branch of  Provincial Honey  Producers Association  Aim to Promote Cooperation  Between Local Apiarists  Local beemen got together laat  Monday evening for the purpose  ofisforming a branch of the B. C.  Honey Producers' Association,  which already numbera upwards  of 200 membera throughout the  province. The production of hon.  ey haa been steadily increasing in  the Kelowna district for a number  of yeara and although no accurate  figures are available, it is probable  that the annual output is now close  to ten tons.  The new local organization,  which ia the firat to be formed in  the Okanagan, will embrace the  territory from Okanagan Centre  southwards, its object being to further the interests of apiarists, to  promote a cooperative spirit which  will promote uniformity of price,  and cheapen supplies.  R. H. Brown, who was instrumental in calling the meeting, waa  elected first president, H. H. Ly-  soos vice-president, and P. T.  Dunn secretary-treasurer. As directorate: J. Robinson,. Westbank :  J. E. Reekie, East Kelowna ; D. E.  McDonald, Rutland ; D. Alexander, Ellison ; R. Sweney, Ok. Mission ; W. J. Rankine, Glenmore ;  Glenmore; N. H. Caesar, Ok. Centre ; P. Casorso, Benvoulin; W. K.  Whipple, Oyama; S. J. Weeka and  W. J. Palmer, Kelowna, were appointed with R. L Dalglish, as  auditor.  Tha bye-laws of the provincial  organization were adopted, the  annual fee being .fixed at $2, of  which half goea to the provincial  and half to the local association.  Those desirous of joining should  comr.'.unicjte with the aecretary.  First Games Played  in Basketball League  The Kelowna basketball teams  make their first appearance in the  league games to-day, representatives of both ladies' and men's  teams having gone down to Summerland to play games there. The  ladiea had Mra. H. G.Wilson,Marjory Leckie, Evelyn Packham, Bay  DeHart, Jessie Mantle and Bloasom  Buck, while the champions for the  men's cause were Lloyd and Fred  Day, Jim Calder, Dick Parkinson,  Ewan McLennan, Norman DeHart  and Bob Dykes.  The firat gamea of the series  took place laat week at Penticton,  when the Summerland men's team  was beaten by 20���18. The Summerland ladies were unable to put  a team in the field for that occasion so that the game will probably  go to Penticton.  Next week gamea will be played  in Kelowna, teama from Penticton  being due to play here on Thuraday. The conteata will take place  in the Exhibition building and it ia  hoped lhat as many as possible  will turn out that evening and encourage the aport.  G.W.V.A. Notes  The construction of the new  wharf at Naramata is now under  way.  The Vernon Branch has succeeded in electing four out of ita five  candidates for the City Council  including the Mayor.  'The meeting on Saturday endorsed a resolution from Point  Grey branch, calling for an extension of one year in the Moriatorium  Act.  A meeting of delegatea from all  GW.V.A. branchea in the Okanagan will be held here at 3 p.m.  on the 26th inst. to decide on  delegatea to the Dominion convention at Montreal on March 22nd,  and the policy to be  putaued  at  I.O.D.E. Has Had Active  and Progressive Year  Many Worthy Causes Have  Benefitted by Chapter's  Efforts  A yesr of Steady progress and  quiet work is reported by tbe secretary of the Jack McMillan Chapter I.O.D.E., which held its first  annual meeting on Tuesday' afternoon at the home of Mrs. 'Byron  McDonald. Touching on the wide  scope of the Chapter's undertakings, the secretary's report tfefered  briefly to .many activities.  The Chapter assisted financiall>  towarda the French Relief; Fund,  $ 15 to the Mary Gooderham Fund  Toronto, $225 to the National War  Memorial, $25 to the Roumanian  Fund. A contrioution was also  made to the jewelled badge presented to the National President.  Eight bales of splendid clothing  and $27 waa sent to destitute people in Saskatchewan.  A very successful tag day for  the Navy League waa held, $96  being raised. The members of the  Chapter were hostesses tb the returned aoldiera at an "at home"  given early in the year. In March *  a Shamrock Tea was given and  the proceeds, $17.40, given to the  G.W.V.A. A sign "Welcome to  Our Boys" was placed on the wharf  and a committee appointed to meet  the boat. Bar pina were presented  to mothers of soldiers in the  Chapter.  Two celebrated lecturers were  brought to the city during the year,  Dr. Wilson Herald and F. A. McKenzie.  The main objective during the  year was toco-operate in.the building of a memorial hall. $100 was  given towards this, and an additional $400 on hand to be given.  Delegates were aent to meet with  the G.W.V.A. to discuss the local  war memorial and"aleo to co-operate with them in joining a ladies'  auxiliary. Delegates were alao  appointed to meet the Co-Operative  Society. A visiting committee each  month has visited the sick and the  schools.  A tea waa given in Wesley Hall,  the proceeds being $25.05 A  booth at the regatta. waa also a  success, $124.79 being derived  from this. One pleasant feature  during the year was the birthday  tea, and the bazaar held in December waa financially a great succeas,  the proceeds being $552.25. The  New Year's eve ball was both  financially and socially a success,  the proceeds of this being $261.50,  $175 going towarda the I.O.D.E.  National War Memorial.  Work has been commenced towards securing proper sewerage  in the achool.   Thia is very urgent.  During the year $1095.64 passed  through the treasurer's books and  the membership steadily increased,  41 being on the membership roll.  Thia ia a creditable showing for the  first year of the Chapter's organization and it is hoped the; succeeding yesr will ahow .still greater  progress. During the afternoon  election of officers took place, the  followning being elected : Regent,  Mra. J. W. Jonea; 1st Vice-Regent,  Mra. Packham ; 2nd Vice-Regent,  Mra. W. Lloyd-Jones; Secretary,  Mra. B. McDonald; treasurer, Mrs.  Benmore ; Standard-bearer, Mra.  Pitt; Echo secretary, Mrs. W. W.  Lome; Educational secretary, Mrs.  Geo. Meikle.  the convention. ^  Suggestions have been made to  the B.C. Government for the eliminating of certain details of the  plans of houses aubmitted under  the Housing Act. These plana  were drawn up to suit conditiona  at the coast, and with the present  price of lumber it would cost too  much to erect them. The meeting  was strongly of opinion that the  Government should take etepa to  provide lumber at a reasonable  cost to the returned soldier.  It was decided to hold the annual  general meeting on Wednesday,  March 3rd, and nominations for  president, vice-presidents, secretary-treasurer and aix committeemen  must be in the hands of the secretary on or before the 25th inat. I 4GB TWO  KELOWNA  K.ECOSD  Thwdjsjf, February 12.1920,'  jsaBaessBaamar^.  ���}Js^si*"""""""gV|?j-;  Crooks Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  painful yau will find great  cemfeit by wearing a pair of  flaws greund frem Sir Wil-  linns Creek's patented glass.  Tha shade ia as ligkt tlsat the  viajea is Utile impaired yet  ihey ara meet raetful te the  eyea.  J. Be Knowles  jeweler and Optometrist      Kelowna  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  ILttiraatee Famished for all classes  of work  Ladiea and Gentlemen: Whv  is the  Veteran Meat Market  increasing ita trade ''   Because  we   are  giving   the  public a  square deal.  This week  we  have   a   very  choice lot of BEEF, MUTTON  VEAL and PCRK at obtainable pricea.  Phone 193 Cash and carry  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  ���dm  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  9. CHAPMAN  Pheae 287.     P.O. Boa 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repair*  Now is the time to hsve  your Furniture overhauled,  ro-covered or repaired. -  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  MaUre.vse* Pianos, flee.  Re-made polished  Cotey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lata with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  KELOltfNH RECORD  PaUiehed every Thurecky at Kalowna,  British CohimUo  JOHN LEATMLKV  Editor and Proprietor  Dallas  SUBSCRIPTION   BaTt-rt  H.50   nsr   raar;   Tta..   all   aronlks  SUtas 10 osats saWMeonL  Sanaerttssra at tks ratals* rass rear ken  ���lira Dansrs mailed te Minds at a dfstasn  at BUT BATE. I.... TS esats nsr sear.  Tkls snsolal nrirllase   Is   (reeisS   lor   Iks  aarnoas ol advartislar tka aits ud distriot.  ill saUoriDtleea eeseMs in ed.aaos  ORDERS by Command for week  nding February I9lh. 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for week  Eagles ; next for duty, the Otters.  PARADES: Tbe combined troop  ..ill parade at the club room on  Tuesday, February 17th at 7.15  p.m.. and the bugle band at the  fire hall on Thursday, February  19th at 7.30 pm. Basketball  practicea will be aa usual on Friday  d Wednesday.  ADVBITISINU BITES  IODOI NOTICES.  I'BOntSSIONAL CUIUS  ���TC.. it osats est colaasa laek nsr ssssk.  LAND AND TIHBCB NOTICS8-H0 dars. IB-  SO dars ST.  WATSR NOT1CIB-SI lor five lessrtlote.  1.EOAI. ADVSBTIBINa-nrat lassrtioa. Is  saets ear lias: seek sebsaeeset lassrtioa. s  esats nsr lias.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS- I��u Iaokss  aad aadar. (0 asnts nsr leak llrat lassrtioa  ovsr two Inohss 40 osats nsr inns llrat la-  ssrtioa: SO esnts osr Inch saoh ssbssaaset  lasartloa.  i:i,ASSiriED ADVERTIBCHENT8 -1 stats  esr word lirst laosrtloe. 1 seat nsr word  seek aabasaasat inssrtloa.  Says B.C. Unsuitable for  Sugar Beets  There is no prospect of the provincial government giving assistance towarda establiahing the cultivation of augar beets in British  Columbia. Hon. E. D. Barrow,  minister of agriculture, stales that  he haa given the matter consider-  able attention but, owing lo labor  difficulties, he thinks Biitiali Columbia hnrdly in a position to engage  in the sugar beet branch ol lhe  business. This, he aaid, icqiiired  an abundance of help, and there  could not be found in Bii'rsli Columbia any section of the province  where it would be possible to  secure sufficient cheap labor to  produce successfully enough sugar  beets to supply a refinery. He  stated that fully 18,000 acres would  be required, one-quarter to r>e used  each year on the rotation system.  Record Price Paid for  B.C. Holstein  A record price for British Columbia Holsteins has been established  during the week-end, word having  been received from Mr. P. H.  Moore, superintendent of the Colony Farm, at present in Toronto  attending the annual convention of  the Canadian Holatein-Freisian association, that he haa disposed of  Zarilda Clothilde 3rd DeKol (li-  867 C.H.B ). holder of several world  and Canadian records, to Mr. John  A. Ball of Cornapolia, Penn, The  price paid was $15,000 which includes the month old calf of Zaril-  da's. The price paid by Mr. Bell  is not only a British Columbia  record but also one covering Western Canada, and clearly demonstrates the prestige earned by the  provincial stock farm at Essondale,  where Zarilda was raised.  One British and one French  cruiser are bombarding Odessa, a  Moscow despatch declared. Fierce  stieet fighting preceded the capture  of the city by the Bolsheviki, the  despatch added.  HYNOI'HIH OF OOAL MINING  IH-UUMTIONS  Coal mining rights ot tka Dominion  :n Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tha Northwest  Territories, and In portion of ths Province ot British Columbia may bs leas-  oil for- a term of twenty-one yeara at  an annuel rental of II an aore. Not  more than 2.too acrea will be leased to  ona applioant.  Applicationa for the lease must be  made by the applicant in pereon to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $fi, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwlae. A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  centa per ton.  In aurveyed territorlea tha land muat  be described by sections or legal subdivisions or sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tlie full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, each returne shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The leaae will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever- available surface rights may be considered  necessary for tne working of the mine  at the rate of flO an acre.  For full information applioation  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department ot the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  BUY MADE IN CANADA GOODS  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by "Wolf." Feb. 10th, 1920  Scouts Harry Mantle, Percy Geen  and William Walker passed their  second class signalling on Tuesday  last. Scout Sutherland also passed  his Kim's game test on the same  date.  Attendance was poor at the laat  meeting, which was disappointing  to aay the least of it in view of the  fact that Colonel Belson waa good  enough to give us a further lecture  upon the aubject of "Map Reading"  We wish to draw scouts' attention  to the fact that we have a rule in  the troop in which a acout who  misses three consecutive meetings  without a reasonable excuse, is disbanded from the troop. We have  at present in our attendance book  the names of one or two scouts who  will in the near future have to  answer for themselves as to their  neglect in this respect.  .  We now have at hand from  headquarters the annual scout census for the year ending June 30th,  1919. This shows that there are  at present in the province 30 active  troops comprising a total of 656  scouts for the whole province.  There are also IS packs of Wolf  Cubs, and the total number of cubs  is 272. The latter figures are very  creditable when we take into consideration the fact that this branch  of the movement is only in its  infancy. With regard to our troop  itself we find that we are the second largeat in B.C., having a  strength of 44 scouts. We as a  troop hold the aecond largest number of proficiency badgea and have  two King's Scouts out of a total of  14. The Wolf Cub returns do not  appear to have all come to hand,  but what we have ahow that the  local pack is the third largest, having a strength of 30, also they are  recorded as having the greatest  number of two star cubs and second largest number of one star  cuba. We have not yet been able  to ascertain what troop is this year  entitled to have their name engraved upon the Lieutenant Governor's  shield, as being the best all-round  troop in our province.  e       ���  With regard to the visit ol the  Prince ol Wales to . Canada, ii is,  we think, only right that scouts  should know his final message to  scouts of Canada. The following  is a copy :���  "H.M.S. Renown, Camperdown,  November, 25th, 1919. To the  Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of  Canada. . I am just leaving Canada  for the old countrj and 1 want to  ���end you all mv beat wishes before  I go. 1 have thoroughly enjoyed  seeing so many of you on parade  during my viait and I shall tell your  brother scouts and sister guides in  the old country that you are every  bit as smart as they. Value your  training aa scouts and guides, for,  the more you value it, the greater  will be your own value as Canadians and Britishers. Good luck to  you all till I see you again.  EDWARD P."  Picking her way daintily thru the grime  of the locomotive works, a young woman  visitor viewed the huge operations with  visible e we. Finally ahe turned to a young  man (rom the oflice who was showing her  thru, and pointing asked "Whst is that big  thing ovt-t there? '  "That's a locomotive boiler," said the  young man.  She puckered her brows. "And what  do they boil locomotivea for?"  "To make the locomotive tender," and  the young man from the office never batted  an eyelash.���Canadian Boy Magazine.   ���  Thia is the type of conversation we may  expect to hear between scouts of the troop  on the advent of the first train into Kelowna on the C.N.R. line which is now under  construction.  Summerland hae organized a  braaa band with twenlv membera.  The annual convention of the  United Farmers of British Columbia  haa been called for February 23rd  and 24th at Victoria. The chief  business to cume up before the  convention will be .the proposed  amalgamation of the U.F.B C. with  the Farmers' Institutes of the province. Considerable discussion  will take place before a decision is  reached, aome doubt being expressed among certain circlea that the  amrlgamation will be laid over for  a year..  Auction  To be held at the retidence of  RB  Mrs. ADAMS  Corner of Bernard Avenue At Graham St.  ��� on ���  Thursday, Feb. 19th  Commencing et 2 p.m.  Dominion Organ and stool, Singer Sew.  ing Machine, hand or treadle, Urge Arm  Cheir, Couch, Maple Extension Table, oak  Extension Dining Table, 6 oak Chairs,  Corner Cupboard, large Cupboard, glaae  doora, oak Dresser, full siae Bed, Sprinaa  and Maltreaa, small round Table, amall  Cupboard. Child'a Col, Carpet Squere, 2  Bedroom Chairs, Lerge Bedstead, 2 .ingle  Bedateade, Camp Bed, 2 Chests ol Drawera  Small Table, Brese Bad, Springs and Hair  Mattreaa, oak Draaser and Washstand,  Large Arm Chair, Heater and Pipes,  McClery Renge, 14 Kitchen Chairs, Screen  3 Lamps. Gramaphone and 50 records.  Large Bronze Lamp, 3 pieces Lino, 2  piecea Matting, 2 Kitchen Tablet, Wringer  end Tuba, 2 Bath's, Child's Bath, and many  other articles.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd.,  Auctioneers  Buy "Made in Canada" goods  Professional Cards  BURNE Sr .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  G. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne,  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Reports on Irritation Work.  Applications for Water Licenaea  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   end   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  SsSrtfr      y-4*B*  Call, led with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson or Mantle Block Kalowna  Phone 327  Coloratura  HERGA AMBLER C����  Ltiaona in Voice, Piano, Monologuei  HIGHEST .REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Reaidence 91  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming for the New Yeer  Phone for an appointment  A metal flume plant ia to be  operated at Penticton, bsving secured the contract for the fluming  required by the new soldier settlement to the south.  s  E  R  V  I  C  E  THE  OIL  SHOP  CALL AROUND   ACCESSORIES  Vulcanizing  Goodyear Tires  Battery Service  Gasoline & Oils  S  E  R  V  I  C  E  FREE AIR DAY tt NIGHT  SERVICE  Comer  Lawrence Avenue      ]. W. B. BROWNE, Prop.  Pendozi Street  Telephones  Day 2*7  Night 67  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  70c per lb. butter (at \  \  No. 2 - 68c      ,,        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  SEEDS!    SEEDS!  i ...     i  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed this year  Direct from Producers  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvers.  Finest quality stock  CORN���North Western Dent  Our superb silage variety  Write (or our complete Catalogue and Price Liat of FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our pricea will interest you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38, MAIN STREET, PENTICTON. B.C.  AUCTION SALE  Having received instructions from  W. H. Fleming, Vernon Road  I will sail, without reserve, tha whole of his  Farm Implements, Household Furniture and Stock, on  Thursday, February 26th  Commencing at 12.30 p.m.  Team Work Meres. 2,700 lbs.  Grey Gelding, 1300 lbs.  Black Gelding, 1,150 lbs.  Heavy Wagon, 4-inch tire  Democrat Two Buggies  2 sets Heavy Bob Sleighs  Cutter      ,        Auto Trailer  Fruit Springe, 4 tons  Fruit Springs, 2 tons  Fruit Rack  Set Double Harnees  2 seta Single Hamete     ^  4 Milch Cowa  3 Heifers, two yean old  2 Calves Brood Sow  Gravel Boa      Walking Plow  3 section Flat Harrow  Horae Cultivator , ���  Derrick Fork, Ropes, Pulleys, etc.  Set 1200 lb. Platform Scales  Fanning Mill  Set Counter Scales. 240 lbs.  ���     "  Quantity Onion and cotton Sacks  Deering Mower, Sulky, Rake  Power Horse Clippers  Potato Planter Potato Digger  Barrel Spray Outfit  Whiffletrees        Neck Yokes  Forks      Shovels  Logging Chains  Carpenters et Blacksmiths Tools  Planet Jr. Seeder and Cultivator  3 Fruit Ladders  Some Hay  HOUSE FURNISHINCS  Home Comfort Range  Tubular Cream Separator  Full-ciud Beth Tub  Sideboard  Dining Room Table  . Kitchen Ohaira      2 Heaters  8-gallon Cream Can  Barrel Chum Butter Tray  3 gallon ice cream Freezer  Berry and Peach Crates  Quantity Fruit Jara  Single Bed wit\Spriogs  i Bed, Mattress and Springs  Aladdin Lamp      Small Lampe  8.day Clock      Hanging Lamp ,  Numerous other articles.    Special ettention ia called to thi* sal*.   There will  be no reserve as the ranch is aold. TERMS CASH  G. H. KERR    -   Auction-Mr ThurtdLay, February 12,1920  woowna aacoac  PAGE THREE  <&��*<**��'  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  Millinery for Spring  We have placed in stock this  week a fine assortment of new  Hats for early apring wear.  To those interested in new  headgear we would like to  hare tha pleasure of ahowing  theae new models.  Start your Spring Sewing now  Ths time is Now  to do your sewing,  before the warmer  days encoursge  you out of doors.  We have s Urge  assortment of Zep-  hyrs, Prints and  Ginghams, and  line Cotton Dress  Materials from  which to chooae j  Prices from  35c to $1.50 yd.  HERE is a delightful frock  for the woman who  likes her clothes to  have that "different"  touch always so easy  to achieve in  Pictorial Review  Patterns  i'��K<jlionj /or las etUre  sMreVoss rla  The Fashion  ^Book for Spring  Bktrt STJS-Me      Mow on Sale  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  J*  Percheron Horses  (Mares and Geldings)  Age 4 to 6 yeara. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer;  Kelowna  or al the office of Harvey, Duggan aad Davis.  Marvellous Exhibition of  Hypnotism  i  ���  Don't fail to see  Prof. G. W. H. REED  (Late member of the Maple Leaf Concert Party, when he entertained  thousands ia France and Belgium)  In his mysterious and wonder-working power  COME ONE, COME ALL I  Come and see the strange antics and astounding feats of  the people who are bound by hit sptll I  Spectators of these performances ate all positively fascinated by their oddity, fun and mystery combined.  Tuesday, February 17  At the Empress Theatre  Commence 8 p.m.  Admission 50c and 25c  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Miss McLellan left Thursday last  for Calgary.  Mias Patterson was' a viaitor laat  weekend to Armstrong.  A. Homuth left Saturday on a  visit to Vancouver.  Grote Stirling .vent Monday to  Banff for a ahort visit.  Miaa Webster who has been  staying in town for a few weeks  left Friday for Victoris.  The ususl Church of England  service will be held af East Kelowna on Sunday nest st 3 p.m.  The Miaaion Circle of the United  Church are serving a Valentine tea  Ssturday afternoon in Wesley Hall  from 3 to 6.  E. Hoy came in yetterday from  the coast. Although, as he says,  he is making a flying trip, he did  not make the trip flying..  Mr. Bowden who lately came in  from Cabri, Saak., to locate here,  was joined this week by Mrs. Bow.  den and their daughter.  Next Sundav morning in thc  Baptist church the Rev. W. F. Price  will preach on "The Transfigured  Sacrifice." In the evening hia topic  will be "God's Latest Challenge to  the Church."  The management of the Kelowna  Garage Co. haa lately been taken  over by Jim and Charlie Harvey,  both of whom are experienced  machinists and automobile men.  Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall and J.  Hulet who have been visiting Mr.  and Mrs. A. A.-Hall here, returned  Tueadav for their home at Morse,  Sask. They were vety much pleased with the Kelowna district,  Mr. and Mra. Tracey and family  who have been residents in Kelow  na for the paat two or three years,  left Tuesday for Spokane where  they will make their home.  The I.O.O.F. Orchard City Lodge  No. 59 are having a card party and  dance at 8 p.m. on Tueaday, February 17th, 1920, in the Morrison  Hall, to which all Oddfellows aud  Rebekaha now in Kelowna or distriot are cordially invited.  A very entertaining evening is  promised to the patrons of the  mueicsl and dramatic performance  put on under the auspices of the  W.A. of St. Michael's and All  Angels' Church. A play, sketch  and musical numbers make up what  promises to be an interesting programme. Morrison Hall will be  ataged for the performance. Don't  fotget to keep Monday the 16th  free for this novelty entertainment.  Diatrict Engineer Gwyer was in  town for a ahort time yesterdsy.  Jim Patterson came in yesterday  from the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Carlyle left  Tuesday (or Vancouver.  Petitions are being circulsted  throughout the province asking for  a change in the rule of the road.  The fruit-growers of Summerland  are being invited to subscribe to a  storage company aimilar to the one  being projected in Kelowna.  Mr. W. E. Scott, former deputy  Minister of Agriculture,- has been  sent to England by the Government  to assist the Federal Land Settle'.  ment Board in the settlement of  ex-Imperial Service men who are  anxious lo come to Canada.  Benvoulin Notes  The Benvoulin United Farm Women met at the home of Mrs. L  Gillard on Wednesday afternoon.  The Ladies' Aid of Bethel Presbyterian Church will meet at the  home of Mrs. M. Byrns on Wednesday afternoon, February 18th at  2.30.  Mr. and Mrs. D. McEachem left  on Thursday morning's boat for  Vancouver where they purpose  spending a couple of weeks visiting  friends.  Mr, R. Snowden returned to Kelowna on Monday and is staying  with his sister, Mrs. G. Rawlins.  Mr. Curtain from the prairie arrived last" week lo spend a short  time viaiting his sister, Mrs. F.  Munson.  Rutland News  (Prom our own ftttrrAHnunderU).  The regular meeting of the Rutland United Farmera will be held  on Monday, the 16th inst., at lhe  schoolhouse, at 8 p.m.  The R.A.C. held a dance last  evening which netted a few more  dollars for the club fund. The attendance waa not large, but a good  time wat pasted by those who attended.  The Athletic Club it arranging a  grand concert to take place' on  Wedneaday, the 25th. The programme will be a aome-what un  uaual one, and will include many  attractive itema. Mrt. Amblej'r  pupils will contribute various  mutical itemt, and there it also to  be fancy dancing by the pupils of  Mrs. Anderson. The members of  the Athletic Club are to give a  aketch and certain other funny  mutical atuntt. Violin tolos by  Drury Price and songs by Mr. G.  S. McKenzie will alao be given.  A meeting of the Athlelic Club  wat held Monday at the home of  Mr. Money, when varioua matters  connected with the future of the  club were discussed. A committee  of three waa elected to confer with  a similar committee of the United  Farmers and to gather all necessary  data regarding a public hall and  gymnasium and to report upon the  feasibility or otherwise of lb  scheme. Final arrangements were  also made for the concert which is  to take place on the 25th.  The Rutland Rustlers met last  Friday evening at the home of  Mist Alma Mugford, when Mitt  Bruce gave a talk on Parliamentary  Procedure, which wat followed  by a talk and demonstration on  First Aid by Mist Evelyn Sproule.  Mitt Fullerton, of Kelowna, then  gave a very interetting addrett on  Service, dealing largely with the  work done among the Indians at  Norway Houte, where the was  stationed and worked in connec  tion with for aome time. The club  expressed its gratefulness to Misa  Fullerton for the intpiring talk  Games were alto played and the  hottest served refreshments after  which the club disbanded, to meet  again on Thuiaday the 19th, at  the Misses Fleming's.  Lest you forget I���  GEO. LANE says,  .Let us   Overhaul your Tires and  Tubes.  We buy and tell  uted tiret  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  O.K. Lumbei Co. Office  Bernard Ave,, Kolowna  sVvV>iVV^iA^'VViAAA^<>^s-\^/VV>-ViVVV  The Rate of  Exchange   ,  ii causing much anxiety in the  financial world. It does make  people ait up and take notice to  Sit only 65c ior what they were  inking waa a perfectly good  dollar 1 There ia no "drop exchange at Dark'a. You can get  a dollar a worth, and good value  too, at thia atore. Honest, Fair  Profits and contented cuatomern  are Uie outcome of my buaineaa  ���built on a Square basis.  Chas. Dark  TU Footwear Wisard  WrWeoeoecB>xt*r��s8K  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  Leather Cufis, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks     Suitcases     Club Bags  We have an excellent range of these goods at all prices  Cutters and Sleighs JM StAlS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  NEW DELCO  LIGHT PLANT  120 volt, i K. W��� uses no batteries  Suitable for Assembly Halls, &c.  especially in the country or where occasional  lighting only is required  WILLARD BATTERY  SERVICE  STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired and Re-charged  GENERAL ELECTRIC WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. THOMSON  Phone 342  Lawrence Ave. Between Pendozi and Ellis Streets  Harness and Harness Repairs  That is our business and  we can give you good service.   Call  and see our new stock  of   Work Harness.    It  is good  value.  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time saves good money  to the wise farmer. ������*"*'���  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE   REPAIRING.     We have juat added  a Shoe Repairing Depart,  ment, and will give prompt attention to all work brought ia to ua.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  fete Wentine's. Bap  ��� ���   '    ��� ���       ������*-��� ���--' ��� ������-���-�����~  It ii appropriate anb tustomarj* to StflD  Valentine fcememlnanccss to pout  labpe fairt.  let it be a gift from our tftorr  M. 4-H. barker & Co.  JetoeUrtJ  W. W. PETTIGREW .      - - ���     MANAGER PAGE  fOBOiwsK iBeoan  Thuraday, February 12.1920  'mmf***  Si**4>-  Vr*KA*TSZ  zzsm  ^M  Job  Printing  We are well equipped  for the production of every  variety of Job Printing.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letterheads  Billheads  Monthly Statements  Envelopes  Loose Leaf Supplies  .Agreements  Business Cards  Circulars  Programmes  Order Books  Counter Check Books  The Record  Phone 94  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Bex 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE  Willow Avenue -4-roomed Cottage  with half an acre of land, three  chicken houses, wood shed,  summer house, 8cc, artesian well  asparagus and rhubaib beds,  strawberries, other small fruits,  flower and rose bushes. Price  $2,500.  GLENN AVENUE - House, ten  rooms, steam heated, cement cellar, fully modern, garage, atable,  cfiicken house, wood ahed, one  acre of land and twenty bearing  fruit trees.    Price $9,700, terms.  We also have a few good buys on  the K.LO. Bench  Full particulars at thia office  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per  cent, commis.  aion on the aale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  FOR SACE, $13,000, the houae of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowne. Apply  Measrs. Mantle 6c Wilaon or other agents  or owner. 6tf  USED CARS. Ford with sinter, $625  Overland, $600. 1917 McLaughlin Sis,  $1,080. All in good running order. On  terma.   M. A. Alsgard.  HAY FOR SALE   Six or aeven tona. i  stack.    $30 per ton.    E. Bart, Kelowna.  I2.3p  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By the Old Silver Wolf  The bun-feed was a "bowling" lucceat,  and 1 think the word howling it correctly  uaed in thii arse, at any rate, that it what  one of our frienda living near told me.  When we broke up 1 don't think there  wai a Cub who waa not quite ready (or  bed. All the arrangementa worked well,  became each did hie ahare of the work  and wa* on time, but we have to thank  thote who helped u�� by lending ui chaira  planki for the tablet and ao forth, not  forgetting our old friend Mra. Campbell  who boiled the water for ut. 1 have  heard that three ladiea came with tbe  intention of assisting, which wat very  thoughtful, but I am ture if the mothera  could only tee how hard their boyt will  work when preparing for thit event, they,  would instantly realize that their laboura  end when the cake ia taken from the oven.  A Cub ahould be hit own assistant.  The "howl" of welcome that greeted  Mr. Gordon wat worth putting on a gra-  maphone, and muat have meant great  effort on the part of tome, considering  they had jutt left the table I We were  glad he came and presided for a time at  the Council Circle. I heard, too late, that  Mr. Weddell had arrived that afternoon.  And now my "talk" baa led me to the  place where I mutt "unmask" and confess  that the "Old Silver Wolf" ia none other  than the cubmaater himself. Some of you  will have gueated thit already. The rea-  ton I do ao ia to thank you personally for  the gift you ao kindly preaented me with  at the bun-feed. It hat pleated me more  than anything else to notice the real unselfish Cub spirit that exists in our pack,  and the manner in which the boyt are  alwaya doing good turns. Thia ia the real  purpose of the Cuts���not to much to get  Start and Badgea, although that ia part of  our work. I erpect to be leaving the pack  very toon, but ahall alwayt have happy  memories of my three yeart with the Kel-  owna Wolf Cubt.  Auction  At Dr. Boyce's Lumber Yard,  Bernard Avenue  Saturday, Feb. 21st,  At 2 p.m.  Property of G. Thomlinson,  Removed for convenience of aale  Steel Bed "Lounge. 2 Rocking Choirs,  Congoleum Rug, 9 x 12, Congoleum Rug,  6x9. Singer Sewing Machine, oak extension Dining Teble, oek Sideboard, Escritoire, Morris Chair, Plant Table, Dressing  Table, Cheat of Drawers, Commode, 3  Bedroom Chaira, 4 Dining-room Chaira, 4  Kitchen Chairs, 2 iron Beds, Springs and  Mattresses, Hair Mattress, IVstmore Mat.  trees, Fancy Teble Lamp. Box Heater,  McLarey Range, Oil Heater, Kitchen  Table, Kitchen Cabinet, Wringer, Boiler,  2 Wash Tuba, Preserving Pan, Bread Mixer, large lot Seelera, Kitchen Utensils,  Dishes, Cutlery, Garden Toole, large lot  Chicken Wire and many other articles.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd, Auctioneers  WATER  NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  FOR SALE, ten acres bearing orchard, 9-  year-old treea, fully modern two-storey  house, furnace heated, good outbuildings, hey barn, root houae and hog run.  Apply Mra. R. J. Sproule, Rutlend.    13c  SITUATIONS WANTED  GET YOUR WINDOWS CLEANED by  Arthur Gardiner, Box 463, Kelowna.  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Boy between 16 and 20 years  of age, to learn the Creamery business.  Good wages paid. Apply in writing to  Kelowna Creamery, Limited. 13c  WANTED, help for one month, one who  cen cook preferred. $30. Apply Box  172, Kelowna. 13c  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mere, alao one-year-old bay  horse colt, white atrip on face, white  feet Both branded with amall D on  left front foot. Reward for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, Men's Shins and Collars to  Launder. We ere now doing these  ourselves and the work ie top notch.  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  FOUND, on Ellis Street, e aum of money.  Owner can have aame on application to  P.O. Box 310 and on payment for thia  advertisement. 13c  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Dey Phone 116 Night Phone 5902  J.   GRANT  Percheron Stallion  Imported Percheron Stallion for  Sale.   Apply  Coldstream Estate Co, Ltd.  VERNON. B.C. 11 if  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Seeds  Our "Banko" brand North  Weat Df nt, Cantaloupe and  Tomato Seed*, are now all  diatributed by the  UNITED SEED   GROWERS  PENTICTON  Take notice thet W. J. Stevens, whose  addreas is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a  licence to take and uae 1687.5 ecre-feet  and to atore 1,500 acre.feet of water out  of Beer Creek, which flows Easterly and  drains into Okanagan Lake at the S.-E.  corner of D. L. 539. The atorage dam  will be located et the east end of meadows  east of amall lake on the Weat Fork of the  North Fork of Beer Creek. The capacity  of the reservoir to be created ia ebout  1.500 acre-feet and it will flood about 40  acrea of land. The water will be diverted  from the atream at a point near the N.-E.  corner of D. L 3,859, end will be used  for Irrigetion purpose upon the lands  described aa D.L's. 507, 506 W. J of L.  505, 15 acrea in the S.W. corner of the E J  of L. 505, Lot 3461. Thia notice waa posted on the ground on the 4th day of February, 1920. A copy of this notice end an  application purauant thereto end to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Weter Recorder et Vernon.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildinga, Victoria, B.C., within fifty daya  after the first appearance of thia notice in  �� local newepaper. The date of the firat  publication of thia notice ia Thuraday,  February 5th, 1920.  W. J. STEVENS,  12-6 Applicant.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -    Phone 180  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Tbompson  Phone 5002 P.O. Box 418  Plastering  BY   SKILLED   '  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Buy "Made in Canada" gooda.  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf.  Kelowna  L W. Wilkinson & Co.  Eatablithed 1893  Real Ettate -ind Insurance  Pbone 254 De* door to Port Office  WANTED, on lease for one -fear, Houm.  fully modem with garage. We heve m  client who will pay a year'a rent in advance.  PENDOZI S TREET. Two^torav houae,  8 rooms, bath hot and cold water, fully  modem, lot 120 x 100. Bam hold four  hornet, carnage abed, full basement, lot  120x100. $4,500. half caah, balance to  be arranged at 7 per cent.  WATER STREET-Large bungalow, 6  rooma, kitchen and pantry. A snap.  Only $1,500. Half caah, balance to be  arranged at 7 per cent.  CORONATION AVENUE. Bungalow, 5  rooma. open fireplace in dining room,  lath and plastered, wind for electric  light This is positively the laat chance  at the price, offering for leas than what  you can buy the lumber for. Only $650  cash, why, pay rent at the price-*)  PENDOZI STREET - 2-*torey houae, 8  rooma, bath, hot and cold water, barn  and ahed, root cellar. Price; $3,000.  One-third caah, balance to be arranged  at 7 per cent.  CADDER AVENUE-Houie of 7 rooma,  front end back verandah, cellar and entrance hail, clothes closets in three bedrooms. Price $3,509 on terma or will  consider a caah offer.   No city taxea.  WOLSEY AVENUE Two-storey frame  house, 6 rooma, bathroom, kitchen,  woodshed, chickenhouse, stable, cement  basement. Only $2,200 cash. This is  a snap at the price. Don't miaa it. We  don't get a bargain like this every day.  Worth $3,200.  Lifting* wanted  of farm* and city pro-  parties.  Office hoars, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE, -  KELOWNA.  RUTLAND SCHOOLHOUSE      ���  On Friday, February 20th, at 8 p.m.  and join in the  United Farmers'  Annual At Home and Dance  Tickets 50c  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL. COAL  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  "Flame of the Desert"  A spectacular production of beautiful ensembles and massive effects.  This picture stars Geraldine Ferrer supported by her well-known husband  Lou Tellegen, and a fine large eaat It ie a atory of romance aad adven.  ture in Egypt  Alao "Fiddler, and Acrobats," a Christie comedy.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admiaaion 20c and 35c  Saturday Majinee 3.15 p.m., 10c and 25c  MONDAY AND TUESDAY  A Grand Metro Production  "Blindman's Eyes"  A story all will enjoy and for justifying and encouraging Metro Corporation policy of fewer and better pictures this is a fine example.  Also the Ninth episode of "Mystery 13."  Evening, 7.30 and 9  Admiaaion 15c and 25c  WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY  A special select picturization entitled  "The Probation Wife"  Brilliantly acted by a selected eaat of screen artists, this picture is a  romance of life in extreme conditions.    Alao  "All in the Swim,'' a reel honest comedy, and thc Screen Magazine,  containing the latest events of universal interest.  Evening 7.30 and 9  Admiaaion 15c and 25c

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