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 ���p  fBWi  Utc0tb  VOL XI.   NO. 52  KELOWNA BRfTlSH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1919.���4 PAGES  ��� i JO Per Annum  Alien Settlers Are  Veterans Resist Landing  of  Party from Saskatchewan  Determined opposition on the  part of the war veterana thii week  has prevented the landing here of  a pasty of Hungarians who bad  intended to migrate to Kelowna  from Hotizon, near Weyburn, S��tk.  The affair hat created conaiderable  excitement, because of the repealed efforts of the party, comprising  aeveral families, to get ashoie,  efforts which were frustrated each  time by gatherings of veterana.  It appears thtt early thit yeer a  Hungarian settler from Horizon  paid a vitit to Kelowna and he apparently wae to pleated with the  look of things that he not only  purchased land for himself but arranged for several other familiet to  come alto. The party numbering  twenty-nine in all, of whom teven-  teen '.were children, arrived Monday afternoon. The war veterant  had been warned of their advent  and were on the look-out for them  and presented tuch an unfriendly  attitude that the would-be settlers  remained'on the boat. They continued to travel up and down the  lake until Wednesday, the C.P.R.  making strenuous efforts each trip  to unload their embarrassing pas  sengers.'  Oo Wedneaday the boat wat  held at Penticton for teveral hourt  and the'report got around that a  detachment of mounted police  were coming along to land the party under guard. The boat arrived  about 1.30 and the wharf wat  crowded with people anxious to  tee what would happen.  It was expected that no resistance would be offered thit time at  there wat a feeling even amongst  the veterant that to clath with the  police would be carrying the pro.  teat further than wet wise, and that  the affair had already ,terved ita  purpose in drawing the-TrtWntiwf *"  of the government to the faet that  former alien enemies were unwelcome here.  A party of provincial police were  on hand from Vemon when^he  boat pulled in, and on the boat  itself came Intpector King of the  "Mounliet." There wat no other  guard, however. It wat arranged  that the tettlera thould land and  be taken quietly to the War Veter-  ana roomt, where the cate could  be investigated thoroughly, the  Veterant, Col. Belson stating on  their behalf, being agreeable to this.  Alas, for plant, however. Planting himself before the gangway,  wet a determined Hibernian who  haying fortified himtelf with tome-  thing ttrongei than two per cent,,  wat utterly unmoved by the per-  auasive eloquence of the police,  the CP.R. Captain and other  peace-makers.   He had made up  hit mind that thote thould  not come off the boat, and he thick  to hie guns. Seeing thia-doughty  Horatiut thut "keeping the bridge"  revived the opposition of others  near by and developed tuch  menacing spirit in the crowd that  the landing party finally turned  ttil and returned to the boat, the  leader an old man declaring they  would not now come to Kelowna  for a thousand dollars. The crowd  cheered loudly when they taw the  victory had been won and the hero  of it all wai lifted shoulder high  ��� and carried off.  While the motive! of the war  veterant in endeavoring to keep  away thote whom the war hat  shown to be undesirable citizens,  ���re approved by nearly everyone,  the difficulty in the preaent cate  lies in the fact that the party were  all naturalixed yeart ago, their children having been born in Canada,  and that the whole proceeding it  therefore strictly illegal. They are  said to have been in the Weyburn  diatrict since 1903, Relatives of  the party are already residing in  Kelowna.  Just what will be the outcome of  thit matter it ia impossible ' to say,  but the party ia understood to be  returning to Saskatchewan in the  meantime.  Complete Interior of  St. Michael's Church  A very interesting ceremony wat  performed on Sunday morning, the  9th inst., at St. Michael & All Angela, when the arcading of the  church, which hat just been completed, wai dedicated to the glory  of Cod and in memory of the late  Ian McKenzie Cameron, Lieut., 15th  Batt. Canadian!. At the dote of  the voluntary "Rett in the Lord,"  played by the organist, Mrt. Ford,  the archdeacon, church committee  and choir, assembled inside the  south door near the pillar on which  is the bran memorial plate. Mr.  Alitter Cameron, eldest brother of  the brave aoldier, unveiled the memorial tablet and the dedicatory  prayers were read by the archdeacon. The choir then tang in procession "O King of Kings." The  impressive ceremony was brought  to a fitting dote by the tinging of  "For ever with the Lord."  The work of the archet waa executed by Mr. A. Whiffin, one of  our local builders, from designs  furnished by the Rev. E. P. Laycock, M.I.A.E., rector of Vernon.  The inscription on the plate reads:  To tha Glory of God  and  In Loving Memory ol  Ian McKenzie Cameron  Lieut.. 15th Battalion, Canadian.  Fell in Action at Vimy Ridga  April 9th, 1917  A few Sundayi previously the  The veterant are holding an important meeting of member! Saturday to discuss the alien question  and alio to elect further officer! on  the executive. * The government's  attitude on the question of re-  establishment will be discussed.  Present Flag to G.W.V.A  A most successful dance waa  held on Armistice Day, November  I Ith, at Morrison Hall under the  auspicea of the Women'i Auxiliary  lo ihe G.W.VA The hall wai  moit tastefully decorated by the  decoration! committee consisting  of Mesdames Robbins, Roberts,  Ballard and Hall. All the engagements that the Canadian Corps took  part in were inscribed in cards on  tha walls. Than wat a very large  attendance and tha room lata in  the evening wat rather crowded.  Hit Worship Mayor Sutherland,  during tha evening, presented a  flag to the G.W.V.A. on behalf of  Mesdames Richards and Butler,  who had raised fundi for thii purpose. The Mayor took the opportunity to call attention to the Victory Loan campaign. Mr, J. W.  Jones, M.L.A., also drew attention  to the meeting oalled in the interests of the memorial fund for tonight. It is expected that nearly  $360 will be realized by the dance.  archdeacon dedicated for use at  the communion services a beautiful  solid ailver flagon, the gift of Mr.  and Mrs. W. Graveley, who are  making a ahort sojourn in Kelowna. The flagon, which ia a work  of art, was made by the firm of  Henry Bilks, on a model of a Nth  century one in uie in an old English church.  Taxes Paid More  Readily This Year  Eighty per cent, of Year's Levy  ia Received to Date -  In a statement made at Monday's  council meeting by the assessor,  tome interetting information wai  given regarding the payment of  taxi! thii year which snowed very  clearly the effect of recent legislation in thit retpact. Approximately 80 per cent, or $62,607 of the  current year'a taxes had been paid  before the end of October, leaving  only $15,450 subject to the 15 per  cent, penalty. Collection! on ar-  teais of taxes by tax tale meant  end otherwise, had brought the  total receipts of the city up to  $90,238, exceeding those of 1918  by $17,464. Taxes amounting to  $20,750 were paid with Victory  Bonds. The total amount of outstanding taxes is now only $31,176  of which, as will be seen, nearly  half are for the current year.  After receiving an estimate of  the probable expenses for the current year, the Finance committee  had felt justified in recommending  that a sum of $17,000 be invested  in Victory Bonds, to be placed to  the sinking fund.  Aid. Duggan reported that the  fuel supply at the power  house  New Theatre to Open  Monday Week  The new Empress Theatre it  now nearing completion and the  management are hoping to have  all ready tor opening by Monday,  the 24th. Work ia being rushed  forward with that end in view, the  hammer and uw being kept going  nightly until a late hour. The new  opera chain, projecting machines,  and other fixtures have arrived and  will toon be installed. The seating  capacity is to be about 730, including: the balcony. Every effort it  being made, the manager, F. W.  Simmons, informs us, to ensure the  comfort and convenience of the  public, and the equipment from  the special screen to the mercurv  arc projecting lamp! are the latest  things in moving picture apparatus.  would be exhausted by the middle  of January and he recommended  that the council call for tenders  for 500 cords of dry 4-ft. wood.  Messrs. J. F. Burne and H. G. M.  Wilton waited on the council regarding a grant to the Aquatic  Association at least equal to the  amount of the light and water rates  They received the assurance that  provision had been made for such  a grant in the estimates and would  probably be made at the end of  the year.  Kelowna Roiling Up  Big Loan Subscription  Diatrict Wins Prince's Flag and  Two Crests Already  Those who took a pessimistic  view of the possible subscription  in thit distriot to the 1919 loan will  find themselves away out, when  the figures ara published. Already  Kelowna's subscription has reached the sum of $222,000 which is  getting vary near to doubling thc  original quota of $120,000. This  quota, it should be stated, baa  since been rsiscd to $130,400 by  the addition of Okanagan Centra  to this district. Wilh this added,  however, Kelowna is now entitled  not only to the Prince of Wales'  Honor Flag, but to two and nearly  three crests in addition.  Thit sum may eesily be increaaed during {he remaining daya of  the loan campaign to $230,000.  Parties were out all last night  and thia morning searching far  Mrt. C. C. Allen, who had gone  out walking yesterday morning  and failed to return. Fortunately  she was discovered at noon weat  of Mumon'imill in Gleamore, having lost her way the night before  and spent the night in the bush.  m  They dream of the literary and musical  education they are going to give their  daughter, and of the high position she will  take in her sphere of womanhood  They dream of the education they are  going to give their son and vision him some  day as a clergyman, a famous lawyer an  eminent physician, a prominent financier,  or a captain of industry.  But to make these dreams come true  ���or even partly true���requires foresight  planning and money.  To provide the money what plan so  wise as to buy Victory Bonds for each child?  Thousands of parents bought Victory  Bonds for their children in 1917 and 1918  Surely you will be among the thousands  of loving parents who will buy Victory  Bonds for their children���this year?  - Victory Bonds may be bought on instalments at such easy terms that every parent  who so wishes may buy  BiiyVictory Bonds ForVour CKildren  Iastned by Canada'! Victory Loan Committee  In co-operation with the Minister of Finance  ot the Dominion of Canada.  BM  tataa  ���iiaiaiin PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, November 13,19  SYNOPSIS OF  OOAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northweut  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of |1 an acre. Not  more than 2,200 acres will be leased to  out-  applicant.  Applications for the lease muat be  made by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  Uach application must be accompanied by a fee of IB, which will bo refund-  ud If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on tho nierchnntnhle  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  he described by sections or legal subdivisions or sections, and in unsurveyod  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 t.it full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at  the  rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  w. w. cony.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for)  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  * Phone 243 Delivery  0.1.  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  CON TRACTORS  Brickwork and  t  Concrete  i\m  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BhRNARD  AVENUE.  KELOWNA.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phon. 287.    P.O. Box 351  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH. RECORD  Pabliekftd every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SOBSCTUPTION   HATEH  ll.oO    per    tow-;    7*fto..    sis    month*.   United  sintiHi 10 osnts additional.  Mubacrlb-trt nt the reirular ra<>�� can bav��  -Urn uni-ors mailed to Irieudi at n distant-*  tt  HALF RATE, i.e., 7ft centa oer  rear.  This  t-nec-ial  Drlvitotj**   is   umtitml   foe    11  iinriKitte o( advartiainff *'*���  Ht*  <%*d district.  All rabserlDttons DarnbU In advanne  Rutland News  (From our own oorn' '   nrrVnll.  Don'l forget the R.A.C. dance  on Friday, lhe 14th ins'iint.  Miss Z-lla Monford lr-ft nn Sal-  urday on a visit to Los Angeles,  Cal.  Mr. Martin from M.rse, Sank., is  visiting his daughter, Mrs. B.  Hardie.  The total amount received to  datv for the War Memorial Fund  is $656.85.  Messrs. G Schofir-ld and W.  Craig returned on Saturday fnrm  Vernon, where thev have bi-en  serving on the jury at tht? fall assizes.  The Rev. Ferguson Miller, B A���  of Penticton, will preach in the  Rutland Presbyterian church on  Sunday next at I I a.m , his subject  being "The Forward Movement."  A meeting of the Rutland Athletic Club will be held at the home  of Mr. Earl Bush, oppesi e school  house, on Monday, November 17,  at 8 o'clock.  The Methodist Social in the  achool last Thursday evening was  well attended. The excellent pro  gramme of music and recitations  was thoroughly enjoyed by all.  Refreshments were served at the  close.  The Presbyterian Women's Mis  sionary Society are holding a meef.  ing in the church on 1 hursday  afternoon, November 20th, when  Mr. Iwashita will give an address  on the altitude of Japanese women  towards Christianity. All interest-  are invited to attend.  At a Y.P.S. committee meeting,  held at the home of Mrs. W. McDonald on Monday evening last, it  was decided that the next meeting  (November 21 st) should be a social.  A programme is being arranged,  to be followed by games and refreshments. All members are  urged to be present and a cordial  invitation is extended to all young  people of the district.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "M PREPARED*       Kelowna  Troop.  Troop First;   Self Latt  1919  WM AMBLER 2S2T-  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence91  P.O. Box 22  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  _���^your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re.upholster your auto.  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &<:.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reanonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelown.  Furniture Co.  Edited by "Wolf."    Nov.  A year has come and gone since  the greatest event in the history of  our Empire and perhapB of the  world occurred. Ayear agoloday  lhe atmistice was signed, and  brought to an end the most tt rrible  war the world had ever dreamed  of. It is only natural then thnt our  thoughts should fly back over a  space of two or three years lo the  lime when we were fighting wilh  our backs to the wall, and thrrt nn  overwhelming feeling of thankful  liens ahould come over us when we  realise how much we have to be  thankful lor in these days, which  may be considered the dawn of a  new era. Yet while we rejoice we  must remember that this day hrings  back to many sad thoughts of loved  ones who gave the greatest thing  thev possessed in order lhat we  might be able to rejoice today.  It is for us to step into the breach  and carry on in peac ��� the task thai  they so nobly carried out in war,  and we as scouts must remember  this or else we are not doing our  duty to our country. Are there not  some lines thnt go as follow? : "If  ye break failh, we shall not fleep,  though poppies grow in Flanders'  fields."  We are unable to post any definite  orders this week owing to the loss  ol our clubroom, but instead of  making this an excuse for holding  no meetings et all, patrol leaders  should regard it as an opportunity  for holding patrol meetings. Tuesday would probably be the best  rrighl for a meeting of this kind.  Scout Harry Mantle successfully  passed his second class ambulance  test, and Scout Akeroyd his tender-  foot test on Saturday.  Dr. Robertaon, our Chief Commissioner for Canada, was in town  for a short time last week, and delivered a lecture at Rutland. It  waa unfortunate that Dr. Robertson  was not here long enough to become acquainted with the troop,  but this was of course impossible  in the short time he spent here.  Although unofficial, it seems to be more1  or less certain that there will be a great  Jamboree for scouts the world over in  London, England, "Headquarters Gazette"  states that this ia now in the course of preparation and will be held in all probability  in July of next year. Now it seems to ub  obvious that if this takes place, Scouts will  be sent from all over Canada to attend it.  The last Jamboree that was held was before the war when this troop was in ita infancy, and not one single scout from this  province was present, though the eastern  part of Canada was splendidly represented.  We are fairly safe in stating that if this  jamboree takes place, our province will be  as well represented as the rest, and if this  is so, we, the First Kelowna Troop, as one  time holders of -the Lieut.-Governor's  Shield, stand a very good chance of being  called upon to send over delegates. We  do not want to falsely raise your hopes,  but. there is nothing like being prepared  for an occasion like this which offers in  itself an education worth a lifetime. If,  however, we are not asked to send delegates  in which case of course fares might be  paid, parents of scouts who wish their sons  to go over could arrange to pay the fare  in the full knowledge that their son would  be amongst many other scouts and conse-  quently well taken care ot.  "Headquarters Gazette" says this about  it:���  "Put lo them in the right way the Jam-  boree can start a conflagration of energy  in the next few months���and 1 hope it will.  At any rate now that we have definitely  taken Olympia in London for the August  bank holiday next year, piomisesof attendance and offers of displays, etc.ara already  beginning to come in. It is going to be a  big thing. It can't help it. It ia in the  hands of Major Welle."  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION  AND  USE  TAKE NOTICE that J. C. Curtis, whose  address is England, will n,: ply for . licence to take and us. 25 acre feet of water  out of Sutherland Spring, which flows  North-Westerly and drains into Okan.gnn  Lake through District Lot No. Nine (9).  The water' will be diverted from the  stream at Intake T. Map 8,400, near the  N.-W. corner of District Lot 137. Osoyoos  Division, and will be used for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described a. Sub.  Lol 43, Reg. Plan '202, Osoyoos Division.  Thi. r. tree was posted on the ground on  th. 27th day of October. 1919. A copv  of thi. notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the Water Act, 1914, will  be filed in the office of tha Water Recorder-at Vernon. Objection, to th�� 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 the first appearance of thi. notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of this notice i. October 30, 191?.  J. C. CUR US, Applicant.  H. G. M. WILSON, Agent  50.2.2  tBenooulin Notes  Mr. and Mrs. Minory and family  who have been visiting friends in  the district have left for Vernon.  Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Day have  bought the McLean property in  town and are moving in this week.  The Rev. Ferguson Miller, B.A.,  nf Penticton will preach in Bethel  church, Benvoulin at 3 o'clock Sun  day afternoon on "The Forwatd  Movement." .  The next meeting of the Kelowna Local U.F.B.C, will be held on  Tuesday, November 18th, in the  Mission Creek school. The topic  for discussion will ba " 1919 Crop  Experiences" related by various  members. All farmers interested  are invited to take part, whether  members or otherwise.  WATER  NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that The Western Okanagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  is Kelownu, B.C., will apply for a licence  for the atorage of 1,000 acre-feet of water  out of Bear Lake, whieh flows Northerly  and drains into South Fork of Bear Creek,  about eight miles above junction with  Bald Range Creek. The storage-dam will  be located at the outlet of lake. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is abo'it  1,000 acre-feet and it will flood about 50  acres of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about Junction  with Bald Range Creek and will be used  for Irrigation purpose upon the lands described as District Lots 505, 506, 507 and  3461. The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and uae water as  per C. L. 649. This notice was posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act, 1914," will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with  the aaid Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice is Nov. 6, 1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD., Applicant.  51-3 C. W. J. STEVENS, Agent.  Victory Bonds are Good Investments  Professional Cards  BURNE * tfEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  8. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR t, BUILDER:  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  tngs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Cm, Soc. C. It.  Consulting Cicil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survey, snd Report, on Irrigation Work.  Applications for Wster Licenae.  KELOWNA, B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   .nd   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  gSUSnfs       V"n<,-B*c*  Call, left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  (Late 29th Bart.)  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson At MantU Block      -      Kelowna  Orders  and  instructions for surveys may  be received by my representative, Mr.  C. B. Shaw. Phone 327  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  The Newest A uto Horns  are shown here and will prove interesting. Come in  and I091V at them. While here you may remember you  are out of motor oil or that your brakes need new lining.  Such things are to be found here, of course, as are all  sorts of auto supplies. Same high quality, same low price*  Battery Service Station  GAS        OILS TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi 6c  Lawrence  J.  W.  B. BROWNE. Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephone.  Day 267  Night 76  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Store  Has a fine showing this week of  1  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.   One trial. is. a|  we ask and can guarantee to suit the most fastidious���1  AND   THE  PRICES  ARE  RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN  Phone 266  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's..  supply of    .-  COAL COAL  DOLLAR Reception DAY  .11���.���ss������.���st-s��� '       sssssssss,s,.,sWs��s^s.f.^sMS..M.-s^.^M -  All Dollars, with their owners, will be  most cordially received at  Brown's South-End Store  From 8 a .m. to 6 p.m.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER  19*  You almost need a pair of opera glasses to see  what you get for a dollar these days but much  reduction of prices and expansion of goods will  make a dollar's worth of GROCERY SPECIALS  clearly visible to the naked eye here on dollar  day. "Hold Back on Sugar is the cry now  and we simply have to do it; but here's a  chance to get a little extra for Christmas���  Every Dollar purchase on this day will entitle the  purchaser to Five Pounds of Granulated Sugar at  13Jc per pound either from present stock or from  first shipment received.  The KELOWNA THEATRE  FRIDAY and SATURDAY-"In Wrong." with Jack Pickford  A drama, of boyhood days. Also a Chester Outing and e'  Christie comedy. ,  MONDAY and TUESDAY-' The Eleven* Commandment,"  with Luci)le Lee Stewart. ��� ���  WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY-'Extravagance," featuring,  Dorothy Dslton.   Comedy, "Lions and Ladies." Thursday, November 13,1919  KBMWNA EECOSJD  PAGE THREE -  W  &n  || Mantle Clocks in Oak m  and Blockwood SS  We hava beon fortunate in procuring a Urge assortment  of Mantis and Bedroom Clocks. Some of these are in fumed  oak, aome antique and some {(olden. '  The price, are a little higher than last year but the  quality is quite up to the old standard.  One of these Clock, would make a (most acceptable m'  Xmas gilt���something to ba enjoyed by tha whole family.  The New Victory Loan is  - ��� ��     -ii i ���..-,,���,-, �������������,����������� .���  Now Open for Subscription  f|T Your applications will have ex-  ^-y pert attention in thia office and  further your present holdings 'of  .' previous Bonds can be cashed here  at market prices and the proceeds  diverted to this equally good investment, which anada so urgently  needs.  Okanagan Loan & Investment Trust  Company      Capital, $406,50O.   Reserve, $86,000  Chairman: Commander T. W. Stirling, O.8.E.  Manager: W. G. Benson. Secretary: O. St P. Aitken, M.C.  Alsgard's  ARE   SPECIALIZING   IN  HOT DRINKS &  LIGHT LUNCHES  THESE   CHILLY  DAYS  Drop in before going home pr after the show  ICE CREAM 4LWAY3 ON HAND  mtmtmmmmmtttmmtm^mmmfmtmtptmmssbsSbssmAsms  Fresh shipment of Molr's, Patorson's and Ganong's  Chocolates Just arrived.  WINTER & CHAPIN  'Phone 110  AUCTION SALE  Acting upon instructions from ths own.r (who i. Having tha district)  Mr. P. P. WOODBRIDGE  I will sail by Public Auction at hi. r.sid.nce  THE JOYCE HOSTEL, ea PARK AVENUE  tha following Household Furnitur. and Ef acts, at 3.30 p.m.  Saturday, November 15th  Oiling Room Table in fumed oak  0 Dining Room Chain in fumed oak  Morris Chair in fumed oak with  leather cushions  Writing Desk  3 Grass Easy or Armchair.  Axminster one-piece Rug, 9x12 ft.  12} yard* ml Wilton Stair Carpet  with rods and pad*  JapansM Rug, 9 x 12 fent  10 Small Rugs >  Kitchen Table  Lawn Mower, Tools aad other sun.  dries.  Brass Bedstead complete, 4-ft 6-in.,  satin finish  2 Baby Cribs, heavy white enamel  2 Dressers, heavy oak  Sewing Machine, Singer treadla  Complete Dinner Service, 92 piece.  2 Tea Services in English willow  and hand.pointed china with var.  iety fancy china in Limoges, Ax,  Perfection Oil Heater  70 quarts Fruit, Jam, Pickles, &x���  in sealers  16 square yards Cork Lino  Kitchen Utensil., Boiler, Wringer,  Tnbs^ac.  All the above is in first-class condition and of high-grade quality  Goods will b* on view on day of sale after I p.m.  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Rae Merrill, of Sherbrook, Que.,  ia at preaent visiting Mr. and Mrs.  Cass.  H. B. Morley, of Penticton, who  is district deputy grand master of  the Masonic order, was in town  last Friday accompanied by editor  McDougal president and secretary  of the Board of Trade there.  Church of England service will  be held Sunday afternoon in the  schoolhouse at East Kelowna at 3  o'clock.  A number of the local merchants  are keeping Dollar Day during the  next week on Wednesday, the 19th,  and have prepared ��� list of bargain*  to be presented to the shippers on  that day.  Rev. Ferguson Miller, of Penticton, representing the Canadian  lnterchurch Forward Movement,  will preach in the Kelowna United  Church on Sunday evening next.  In the morning Mr. Miller will  preach at Rutland and in the afternoon at Benvoulin.  As announced last week the  Ladies' Hospital Aid will hold a  sale of hone cooking in Weslev  Hall on Saturday, November 15th.  The proceeds are for the hospital  and it is requested that all do what  they can whether members of the  Aid or not.   Tea will be served  The G.W.V.A. is calling a meeting for Sunday afternoon in the  theatre to discuss the phase of the  alien question which has arisen  during the week, and it is possible  that a protest will be sent to the  government against allowing former  enemv aliens to migrate to this  district.  The low temperatures which  have prevailed during the past few  days have practically brought all  fruit picking to a standstill, and it  doea not aeem likely that very  much more of the fruit crop will  be harvested. The packing houses,  however, will probably be busy  until well into December, disposing  of the fruit which has been in safe  storage during the cold spell.  The l.O.D.E. are holding a bazaar on Saturday afternoon, Novem  ber 29th. in Wesley Hall. The  members have been sewing for a  considerable time and hope to  have a nice display of plain and  fancy Xmas gifts. There will be  booths displaying fancy work,  plain articles, novelties, dolls and  many things for babies. There  will also be a booth of home-made  candy and a grab tree for the  children. Tea and ice cream will  be aerved during the afternoon.  A new shipment of mantle clocks  just arrived at Parker & Co.'s.  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  , TAKE NOTICE that Tha Western Ok.  anagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a licence  for tha storage of 1,300 acre-feet of water  out of Bear Creek, which flow. Easterly  and drains into Okanagsn La��*. The  ���torage-dam will be located at lower end  of meadow, half mile below lake at head  of North Fork of Bear Creek. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is .bout  1,300 acre-feet, and it will flood about 60  acre, of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about junction  with Bald Range Creek and will be uud  for Irrigation purpose upon the lends de.  scribed a. District Lot. 505, 506, 507 and  3461. Tho licence applied for is to .up.  plement a right to take and use water a.  per C. L. 649. This notice wa. posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919, A copy of thie notice and an ap.  plication pursuant thereto and to the "Wa.  ter Act, 1914," will be filed in the office of  the Water Recorder at Vernon. Objection,  to the application may be filed with the  ..id Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build,  inga, Victoria, B.C., within thirty day. after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newapaper. The date of the firal  publication or thi'. notice 1. November 6,  1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO.. LTD., Applicant.  51.3 E. C. WEDDELL. Agent.  Our Volume of  Business  makei poHible the "amaH profit  and quick return*' which ii our  baiia of buuaait. From very  ��n*ll things In the ihoe selling  line we are now doing a big  trade. In other words, we have  gained the confidence of the pub-  lie--have aet a REASONABLE  Price on our stock and kept to it,  without playing a double game.  Men, you should know this.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  M. Hereron left Saturday on a  visit to Edmonton.  Ray Ritchie v. as a passenger  Friday for the coast.  Felix Casorso was a visitor to  Calgary Saturday last.  Ian Weddell went down Friday  to Vancouver.  Miss Jennie Dillon left Saturday  for Vancouver.  F. H. Benton, of Glenmore was a  passenger yesterday for Brandon,  Manitoba.  - Mr. and Mrs. T. Morrison of  Rutland, with Mrs. Mortison, snr.,  left this week on a visit to Montreal.  Mrt. and Mitt Greenwood left  Tuesday for the coast.  E. M. Carruthers waa a vititor to  Penticton Tuetday.  The Ven. Archdeacon Greene  visited Penticton Tuesday tt attend  a meeting of the Synod.  i Lieut. A. R. Wedge, late of the  R.A.F., arrived in Kelowna Tuetday, from Brighton, England.  Mrt. W. C. Cameron of Kelowna  and Mrt. Bright of Eatt Kelowna  left today for a stay at Redlandt,  California.  Captain Estabrook, the veteran  captain of the C.P.R. lake tervice,  is at pretent in hotpital here after  undergoing an operation. He it  making good progrett toward recovery.  The "girlt' rett room" which hat  been maintained buring the teaton  hy the congregation of Knox  Church for the benefit of the visiting fruit pickert and packers, is  closing thit week. It has proved a  most useful institution and has been  made good use of.  Mr. and Mm. Corner and daughter who have been staving for the  past week as guests with Mrs. Geo.  Barrat, left last weekend for the  coast.  Mr. Angus McGregor has this  week completed the sale of hit  house on DeHatt Avenue to Mi  Jerman Hunt. Mr. McGregor is  storing his furniture in the meantime and will spend a few months  in the east.  The fruit packing warehouse at  Grand Forks being used by the  Occidental Fruit Co. wat burned  down-recently. There were nine  carloada ot apples in the building,  two of them ready for shipping.  The building and contents were  insured.  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the  best authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will be in Kelowna in a few weeks  Dollar Day  Wednesday, 19th  $1  Buys any article on display  in our window on  Saturday, 15th  GENUINE BARGAINS  *$1  Christmas Gifts  for the Old Country  Inapect our large selection  early.    Make sure that  your gift arrives  on time.  W. IL Parker I Co.  Parker  Jewelers  Pettigrew  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  TENDERS FOR CORDWOOD  Tender, will be received by the undersigned up to twelve o'clock noon on Monday, 24th November, for supplying the  City of Kelowna with any quantity of  wood up to 500 cords.  Thia wood muat be sound, dry pine or  fir, cut into four foot lengths and of such  a the aa to be suitable for fuel at the  City*. Power House. Delivery must be  completed on or beforo 3 let December,  1919.  The price quoted must include delivery  and piling et the City'. Power House.  Payment, of eighty per cant of tha  purchase price of the wood will be  made from time to time upon delivery.   The remaining twenty per cant.  FOR SALE  BY PUBLIC AUCTION '  on Tuetday th* 18th' day of November,  1919, at 10 ajn.. one new Stud.baltw  Light Six.Touring Car, at the Oil Shop  situate at to* corner of Pendoii Street and  Lawrence Aren'ie, Kelowna. 8.C.  For further particular, apply to ths  undersigned or to M. A. Al��gard, Kelowna,  BC  BURNE & WEDDELL.  Solicitor, for tha Sigmore Motor Co., Ltd.  52  will be paid   upon   completion  of  tha  contract  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C,                          Gty Clerk.  November 13th, 1919.                  32-1   1   AVERY 5-10 Model I TRACTOR  Price $825, fo.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for the 'ruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and wjll accomplish  at much at four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three tpeedt, I and one-half, 2 and one.  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  36 inches high, 10-inch face, Turnt in I OJ-foot radiut.  Total length 135 inchet; wheel bate 78 inchet; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have a demonstration.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Sr-Bttt-s-r-s-reCTf^ worn \mvtmm\*tmmaswmsimmm  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  - OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Fastidious Meat Buyers   1���w��� ���  can find good* to their liking at Casorso'a any day of  the week. Our stock is large and well chosen and we  know the public taste. Call in this week and let us  show you���  SOME OF THE FINEST    -  BEEF, PORK, VEAL  AND MUTTON-  we have ever handled, that is passing through  our store at the present time.  Buy Victory Bonds  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market  Phones 178 and 179  Special Evangelistic Meetings  ARE  BEING CONDUCTED  IN  THE  Baptist Church, Kelowna  By the Pattor, Rev. W. F. PRICE, each week evening at 8 p m.  (except Saturday), from November  10 to 21  Sane and reasonable Evangelism.  Great theme, concerning God and the Soul an presented every evening.  The Public ar* cordially invited.  X page rotra  KELOWNA   EECOM  Thursday, November 13,1919  Dollar   WEDNESDAY. NOV.  19  Day  DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS THAT  YOU CAN  NOT AFFORD TO PASS UP  Bring your Dollars to our store; we can show you  Big Interest on your money. We not only give you the  Low Price hut Quality and Style as well.  Dress Goods Special  A splendid assortment of plain and fancy materials in  values up to 75c per yard 2 yds. $1  Shepherd Checks in red and white, black and while,  and assorted fancy patterns  3 yds. $ I  5-yard ends of Dress Goods in a nice range of up-to-  date patterns, in values up to $7.50, for  $5  Hats. They come in cordeJ velveteens, plain velveteens, with assorted trimmings, $1.50 to $5.85  values for   $ I  Children's Heavy Ribbed Hose, in sizes 5, 5 J and 6,   4 pairs for $1  Ladies' Heavy Fleece Hose   2 pairs for $ I  Flannelette Special. 5-yard ends of Striped Flannel-  ettee In splendid wearing qualities, each  $1  Ladies' Winter Underwear in vests and drawers, values to $1.50, for $1 a garment  Children's Vests in an assorted lot. Values run up  to 75 2for$l  Middy Bargain. In coat and pull-nver styles, assorted colored  collars.     Ladies' and Misses'  $1  Ladies* Serge Dres.es and Coats $ I off  Big pile Remnants that will be extra special      $1  Ladiea'Shoe Special.   Values up to $7.50 for    $5  Ladies' and Men's Invictus Shoes; Boys' & Men's Suits..$1 off  Boys' Heavy Rib Cotton Hose 2 pairs for $1  Boys' Sweater Special, in pullover and coat stjles. for $1  Bovs' Tweed Hat anil Cap Specials, sizes 6| to 7 1-8, for. $1  Men's Shirt Special in negliges, with or without collars, for $1  Men's Work Sox in good winter weight.ribbed top..3 & 4 pr. $ I  Assortment Men's Knitted Tips  3 for $1  Men's Black Sorks in nice fine quality 3 prs. for $1  Crockery Values  That are a Big Saving  75c Glass Fruit Dishes   2 for $1  ' Fancy Cups and Saucers in assorted lots   4 for $ I  Glass Table Sets (4 pieces), reg. $1.50, for $1  Big Savings at Our  Grocery Counter  Let us have your orders early in the day. All specials  are "Spot Cash."    Only the best grade of Groceries  to be had at our store.  TEN  BIG SPECIALS:  No. I-$1.25 for $1  Bot. Mop Oil... 25c   Silver Cream... 25c   Shoe Brush ..35c  Shoe Polish 25c    Bot. 3-in-l Oil 15c  No. 2-$l  Two 2i-lh tins Baking Powder, Featherweight Brand  No. 3-$1.55 for $1  Tin Christie's Sodas...75c    Tin Christie's Fancy Biscuits' 45c  Glass Pure Honey 55c  No. 4-$1.35 for $1  Bot. Table Syrup, 65c   Pkg. Aunt Gemima Pancake Flour, 70  No. 5-$1.40 for $1  Bot. Melon Mango Pickles... 65c       Bot. Sweet Relish...45c  Two Worcestershire Sauce 30c  No. 6-$1.45 foi $1  Tin Pork 8t Beans, 25c   Large tin Milk, 20   2 tins Sardines 30  Tin Reindeer Cocoa 20c     Pkg. Social Tea Biscuits...25c  l-lb. Ginger Snaps 25c  No. 7-$1.45 for $1  I lb. Fresh G.ound Coffee...65c    I Ib. India-Ceylon Tea..65c  Pkg. Corn'Flakes ISc  No. 8, Poultry Special   $1.50 for $1  Tin Robinson's Lice Killer $1  Pkg. International Poultry Tonic 50c  No. 9-$1.35 for $1  5 pkgs. Neil.on's Chocolate Bars, 25c  l-lb. Cream Candy, 50c  Box Neilson's Rose Buds...40c   2 pkgs  Chewing Gum... 10c  Pkg. Animal Biscuits 10c  No. 10-$1.55 for$l  Tin Herrings in Tomato Sauce 25c     Tin Oysters  65c  2 lbs. No. I Japan Rice  50c    Pkg. Jelly Powder 15c  THE CASH STORE " It Pay. to P.y Caah."  Dry Goods phone 58;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Houra:  Morning-9.50 and  11        Afternoon 3 and 5  - .  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116    ' Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  Established 6 months  None of yer "Fat and Forty"  about US.  FOR SALE  We have been instructed in conjunction  with Messrs. Mantle ot Wilson to dispose  of Mi. J. C. Anderson's orchard on the  upper K.LO. Bench. Full particulars at  either office.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commii  sion on the sale of City Property.  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By the Old Silver Wolf  The Pack held an indoor parade on  Friday night last, meeting in what wat the  scouts' hall. There waa a large attendance  and only five of the whole pack were absent including Roy and Donald Duggan,  who are leaving the pack as they are go.  ing to live out in the country. We are  sorry to lose buch boys as the Duggans.  Four new sixers were appointed whose  names are: Ellis Todd, Gordon Haug,  Frank Fumerton and Howard McCarthy.  Twoof them have but one star and will need  to gain their second by the end of the  year. Now, there are other boys who well  deserve to be sixers, but of course all cannot be as we now only have four sixes���  the Black, White, Brown and Grey. This  means we shall have a total strength of  twenty-four boys, and seeing that all of  them have been members of the Pack for  over three months every boy will try for  his first star before the end of the year,  The new sixers will see that their six get  busy and practice.  Some of the newer Cubs are very bad  at their drill, whilst others have not yet  learned that whan the whistle blows it  is blown for a purpose and attention must  be paid. There will be no parade next  week but there will be one on Friday,  November 28th, when we will see what  progress is being made for the star-tests.  Want Ads.  FOB SALE  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Roots. Plant  now. For price apply Lansdown, Rut.  land. 48tf  FOR SALE, the Houae of G. E Seon,  Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. 51-lp  FOR SALE,  good Jeraey Cow.    Apply  Pitt, Rutland. 5l-l  FOR SALE, a few Buff Orpington Pullets,  alao White Wyandottes, early hatched,  good laying strain. A. W. Cooke, Kelowna Field. - 5l-2p  FOR SALE, Florence Oil Stove, 2 burner,  with oven. Apply Box G. Record Office  5ltf  FOR SALE, two shacks, clean, comfort  able. 12 i 14 and 9 r 11. $70, or can br  purchased aeparately.   Box 643, City.  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, Poaition by experienced Steno  graphar.   Apply Box S, Record Office.  5l.2p  HELP WANTED. Woman or girl to help  with housework, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m  daily except Sunday. Mrs. W.R.Trend  52P  STRAYED, on to my property, one two.  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  SECOND HAND CARS: 1915 Ford in  good running order, $400; 490 Chevrolet,  good condition, good tires, $473; 1912  Overland, just overhauled, good tires,  $750. Alt these cars are bargains. M.  A. Alsgard. . 49tf  HOUSES WANTED  WANT TO BUY, for cash, small modern  House, with about one acre of good  land, with fruit trees, in Kelowna. E.  G- King, Kelowna. 5l-2p  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  ��    Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5302  J.   GRANT  The G.W.V.A, of Nelaon, has  come to an agreement with YMCA  whereby they will occupy the aecond floor of the "Y."  Random Remarks  "A chiel"* am��ns ye takin' notes ind felh,  he'll  pient them."���Bum*.  The day is cold and dark and dreary;  Itfrains and tbe wind is never weary;  The vine still clings to the mouldering  wall.  But at every gust the dead leaves fall  And the day is dark and dreary.  Hasn't the weather been awful for this  time of year. I suppose because we dwell  in this favoured part of the world we take  the rain, sleet, and cold winds so badly.  And that reminds me~that the Canadian  climates are wonderful phenomena It is  an open secret that sometimes rain falls in  Vancouver���but, it does not wet you. We  hear of the temperature dropping to "40  below" and lower on the prairie, but the  inhabitants thereof wander around in  practically summer clothing, so we are  told, but not assured of. You see you  don't feel the cold on the prairie. Indeed  without consulting the '.her mo meter one  would not know it to be cold there. Here  in Kelowna, on the other hand, the same  old temperature shoots up to one hundred  in the shade quite often, but the heat is  not oppressive at all. Yes, they are wonderful, the climates of Canada.  By the -way, Vancouver has just under-  cone another evangelistic campaign. They  are having that sort ot thing quite regularly, there now. like the 'flu' and other visit,  ants, and a fellow is apt to wonder just  what ure the usual effects of those somewhat noisy,' and always exciting performances. My experience of such movements  (snd I have had some) is that after the departure of the star performer, the zea] or  excitement, or both, rapidly subside, and  one wonders what it all amounts to anyway. 1 have a strong predilection for  quietness and individuality in my religion,  One reared on porridge and Spurgeon's  sermons has not much appetite for pulpit  jokes or gymnastic-preaching. I think I  have read somewhere the following question and -answer, which I quote slightly  altered : "What is required of thee, but to  do justly, to love mercy, and walk humbly.'  What do you think?  Among many evangelists I hava known  of in my time I remember a converted  actor, a converted hangman, and the brother  of a famous free-thinker. What puzzled  me at the time, and does now, is what  more qualification has an actor or a hangman, over a butcher, a baker, or candlestick  maker, ora converted chiel for that matter?  There was no claim made to special fitness  for preaching, it is true, but why advertise  the meeting as being held by actor, hangman, or brother of a well known atheist if  it was not reaching out after notoriety?  And my notion is, that notoriety and the  "still small voice" do not go together.  A medical friend told me the following  story : The medical officer of a workhouse  hospital, making bis usual call, asked the  matron how everything was and got as  answer "Oh doctor, two of the patients  died last night." "Two?" said the M.O. in  a surprised tone, "Did I not leave pills for  three?''  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that I shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned lands in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to said lands, namely :���-  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Pease of 26.2  acre*) of District Lot 219 (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acres of District  Lot 219,  is required  to  deliver the same  to me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, this 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR,  49-3 District Registrar of Titles.  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that W. J. Moors, whose  address is Peachland, B.C.. will apply for  a licence for the storage of 450 acre-feet  of water out of Jack Lakes, also known as  Fish Lakes, which flow Northerly and  drain into Powers Creek. The storage-  dam will be located at outlet of Lower  Lake. The capacity of tha reservoir to ba  created is about 450 acre-feet, and it will  flood about 35 acres of land. The water  will be diverted from the stream at a point  about half-mile North of N.-E. corner of  D, L. 3707, and will be used for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described as District Lot 3461. Tha licence applied for is  to supplement a right to take and use  water as per Record No. 1072, dated February 9th, 1905. ThisMiotice was posted  on the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. A copy of this notice and an appti-  cation pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act, 1914," will be filed in the office ofthe  Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections to.  the application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya altar the first  appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of tha first publication  of this notice is November 6th, 1919.  51-3 W.J.MOORE, Applicant  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ,   Phone 180  Important Sale  by  Public Auction  of High-grade  Holstein Cattle and  Shropshire   Ewe Lambs, alao  Registered Holstein Bull &  Berkshire Swine  1 have been favored with instructions from  the Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd., to eel]  by Public Auction at their Bankhead  Ranch, I mile from Kelowna, on  Wednesday, Nov. 19th  At I p.m..sharp.  Three year old heifer sired by "Rooker  Aldermere," freshened 31st August and  bred 26th September to Colony Segis  McKinlev 36956  Aged cow, milking and due to calve  9th January, bred to "Rooker Aldermere"  Two year heifer freshened 9th September ���  Six year old cow milking and due to  calve 24th December, bred to "Rooker  Aldermere"  Six year old cow freshened on September  10th and brad on 27th October to "Rooker  A Idermere"  Four year old cow freshened Sept. 10th  and bred on Nov. 1st to Rookar Aldermere  Three year old heifer by Rooker Aider-  mere, freshened Sept. 17 and bred on Oct.  24 to Cclony Segis McKiniey 36956.  Four year old cow by the Harris bull in  full milk and due April 15, brad to Rooker  Aldermere.  Three year old heifer by Rooker Aider-  mere, freshened Aug. 9 and bred on Sept.  22 to Colony Segis McKiniey 36956.  Three year old heifer by Rooker Alder-  mere, freshened Sept 11 and bred on Oct.  21 to Colony Segir McKiniey, 36956.  Young cow out of the government bull  Rooker Aldermere. She won the grand  championship at the 1919 Kelowna and  Penticton Fair in hot competition and winner of a special prize of $25 at Penticton  Fall Fair.  2 Two year old heifers.  6 Yearling heifers.  4 Heifer calves.  Reg. Holntein bull, 14 months old, by  Sir Canary of Beaverland out of "Nicomekl  Pearl Dekol, bred by Mufford Bros., Mil-  ner. B.C.  30 high grade Ewe Lambs, also a number of Berk. Boars and gilts 3 to 6 months  old, from Bankhead champion herd which  were winners of 4 championships, 15 firsts  and 8 seconds at Vancouver and New  Westminster this year.  We call attention of parties on the market for high producing Grade Holsteinj.  You will find here cows that have been  kept only on account of their production  and only being offered for sale now to  conform with the policy of the company;  that all livestock kept will be registered  in future. All the cows (except Nos. 4  and 5, which were imported from the  CP.R. farms, Alberta), are descendants  of four choice cows purchased from the  T. W. Stirling herd in 1910 with records  of milk production in 1914 of 13,242, 12,-  650, 10,527 and 10,019 respectively. Two  of the Stirling cows were pure-bred Holsteins. Their descendants have one top  crou of registered Jersey. A number of  the cows are served by or bred to Rooker  Aldermere, the well-known government  bull. He is the sire of the Champion Cow  No. 10. The balance of bred cows are  served by Colony Segis McKiniey 36956,  one of the best bred bulls on the continent.  His sire, Colony McKiniey Segis De Kol  20031, is alao sire of the sensational cow  "Colony * Aagie McKiniey, who aa a two  year old, 8 montha alter calving gave  14.66 lbs. of butter in a seven day teat  All cattle were tubercularin tested in  October of this year.  Shetland Ponies and a Shetland Pony  Stallion.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1693  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door lo Poet Office  VICTORY HONDS .   ,  Don't forget to purchase yours before tha -  the 15th���the last day.  We sell them.  BURNE AVENUE-Bungalow, sic rooma '  fully modem, one of the nicest in tba  eity.   $4,000. -,���*-*  GLENN AVENUE-House, .table and  fruit abed, half acre in full bearing orchard.   $2,000 on terms.  WILSON AVENUE-Bungalow, 5 rooms.  bath, hot and cold water, concrete cellar, lot 50 x 126. House 20 x 132, with  addition 6 x 10 and verandah 6x8,  chicken house, ��woodshed, lawn and  shsde treea   $1,575, half cash.  BERNARD AVENUE-2-storay house, 7  rooms, 2 seres with full bearing orchard  stable, hen house, ice house. $6,000, on  terms.  ST. PAUL STREET���Two-storsy house,  fully modern, doss in.   $2,900 on terms  BURNE A VENUE-Bungalow, 5 rooms.  bathroom and pantry, fully modern, lot  60 x 150.   $3,600 on terma .  ELI AVENUE-Toftent, House, 5 rooma,  one acre land.   $20 par month.  HARVEY AVENUE-To rent, fully mod-  em house, furnished, $45 on lease.  LONG AVENUE���3 -roomed cottage, lot  200 x 74, water and li,ht laid on, $1.200  $500 cash, $25 par month. This la's)  choice lot, within 3 minutes walk from  lake.  BURNE AVENUE (Woodlawn subdivision.)���Hollas, 3 rooms, with open fireplace, wind for electric light, woodshed  ��� chicken house, 14 acres, surrounded'by  the creek. One of the' most desirable  sites for a home. $2,750, on terms. No  city taxes.  We have  a  fine  selection of city.lots for  sale from $200 up tb $1,000, on easy  payments.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  ion  At the Keller Block  Every Saturday,  At 2 o'clock  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctioneers  At the same time I will offer for sale 10  Grade Shropshipe Ewes and 40 Ewe  Lambs for Mr. G. D. Cameron, of Guisa-  chan Ranch. ___   Terms:  Cash unleaa arrangementa are  made for credit prior to sale.  Mat. Hasten. Auctiont er, Armetrong  Campbell's  Bicycle Shop  Well-equipped workshop   for  Cycle and other repairs  Agent for  Massey - Harris   Bicycles  A Dependable Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies and   Repairs  Electric Wiring and .Installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's Bicycle Shop  Pendoxi Street.    Next door to Club  Dress Materials  at $1 per yard  ALARGE assortment  of Dress Materials  will be on sale on  Wednesday at this remarkable low price. You  will find such materials aa  Serges, Amures. Garbadines and Fancy Materials all worth to-day over  $1.50 yard.  Sale on Wednesday $1 yd.  Satin Pumps  Black, White 6c Pink SatinJ   Pumps are just in. These  make excellent dancing slippers..... $5.95 and$6.50 pair  New Waists and Dresses.  We have received this week a new assortment of crepe-  de-chene and Georgette waists in beautiful new colorings,  also a new assortment qf Serge and Silk Dresses are  now on display. '  Of ���  LIHirttD.  raonrc 36i  KELOWNA


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