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Array mmammMmsTamtaesmsssamamm  THURSDAY. MARCH 5, 1914.  $130 Par Annum.  Discuss Oping  of New Street  PROPOSAL  TO  CONTINUE GLENN  AYBNUE THBOD&H TO  jtjjjS 8TSBBT  Wilts Hotel Licence Kediuseit  SCHEME FOR STREET SIUNS AND  HOUSS NUMBERS  The principal matter to engage the  attention ot the oity council at the  mtttiag laat Friday morning waa a  proposal to open up iW street  south ol, sad parallel to Bernard avenue from Elba street east to Riohter  street, thut oaatinuing Glenn avenue  through to Abbot street. A deputation  consisting of Or. Boyos, Messrs W. B,  M. Calder. 8. T. Elliott, Jas. Harvey  Sr��� R. Storey and D. Wriggletworth,  residents along Bernard avenue, and  through whose property the new street  would pass, waited on the oounoil to  discuss ths matter with them.  Mr. Calder pointed out that as mat-  ten stood now ��� large block oi land  right in the heart of the oity, ���  stretching baok from Bernard avenue  to Harvey avenue was held up bom  subdivision from lack of through  streets. It was too bad that the*owners should have to continue to pay  heavy tease on this property, and receive praetioally no benefit from it.  He thought the time had oome when  this block should be opened up, ead  he hoped the venous owners would be  able, with ths help oi the oounoil to  oome to tome satisfactory arrangement. He himself was perfectly willing.  to give the neosssary 86 feet for the  construction of ths street.  It appeared that, the thief difficulty  in ths way ol putting the street  through was at the Riohter street end,  where tome reajrrsagwMM of tht lots  would bs insssary. Ths owasrs eon-  osratd la thit rearrangement ware Dr.  Boyet, Mr. W. % Sto,��y, jfx. T. Cooper, and Mr. D. D. Campbell, tie tatter's houss betas situated across tht  ad of tht proposed street, It was  nooestary therefore to purohatt the M  fast from Mr. Campbell, and to move  hit house to another part of Ue lot.  Mr. Storey objected to the scheme  at tint under the impression that a  lane half-way between the new street  and Bernard avenue would also be neosssary, which lane he said wouhi  oome close up to the baok of his houss.  Ths mayor, however, pointed out  that it was impossible to oonslder a  last, at it would involve the moving  of nearly alt ths houses on the front  street and make the coat of the  scheme prohibitive. It wat a ease  case where the oity had to suffer from  the lack of foresight of tbe early residents, who had not foreseen the development whioh had come to Kelowna  daring ths past year or two.' Ii they  had had any idea that ws should have  so large t, oity hen they would no  doubt have subdivided on better Maes,  Tht mousy, he added, for purchasing  the asts'tttry land, for opening up the  street, and moving Mi. Campbell's  houss would be raited under ths looal  Improvement plan, and paid for by a  spatial tax against the property own-  en benefitted. The tax against each  owner, he thought, would be light.  The whole of the discussion oentred  on contriving an equitable rearrangement of the lots in question, and eventually a plan was proposed whioh  seemed to meet with the approval Of  all eonoernsd.' It was, however, left  over for further consideration, and  when the different parties have oome  to a definite agreement, the oounoil  will take the necemarv steps to have  the street put through.  Request for Reduction of Hotel  I Lioences.  Mr. S. T. Elliott addressed the counoil on the subject of hotel licences. He  said that the Board of Trade and  others had been making effort* for  some time past to get a good tourist  hotel for Kelowna. Several people  had been hen to look into the pro  position, and amongst the chief things  whioh had had the effect of deterring  them from going ahead with a building scheme were the high prioe of land,  the high cost of light, and the high  lioenoe whioh the oity imposed on the  hotels. He had recently been in communication with a gentleman whom he  thought could be induced to establish  a good hotel here, and he asked that  the oounoil would consider the reducing of the hotel lioenoe as an added inducement. He had, he said, recently  gone to the trouble of ascertaining  amount of licences paid in other  places, and he had found that Kelowna was head and shoulders above the  rest. When the licence was raised some  time ago there had perhaps been some  justification in the fact that business  was exceptionally good in alt Unas,  due to the number of railway men  passing   through the oity, and then  (Ooattmsd on Fern 2.)  Mr. Ernest. Wilkinson want up on  this morning's boat with the intention  of, meeting Mr. gnd Mrs. A. N. Harfcer  who an on their way hen from the  old oountry.  The Earl of Minto, former Governor-  General of Canada, and former Viceroy  of India, died at Minto House, Harwich, at 4 o'clock on Sundav morning.  A petition that the number of senators from this province be increased to  six is contained in a motion introduced by Premier MoBride in the legislature, whioh proposes that the Lieutenant-Governor be requested to forward  the prayer of the House increasing the  present number to six. so as to give  British Columbia an equal standing in  the Upper House with tbe other West-  em provinoet."  Burn Id  Early Moroiug Fire  HOMELESS  BIRD  LAYS   EGG   IN  ASHES  There wen certainly more early risen in Kelowna last Friday morning  than has been the case for a long time  Tho reason was the wierd screech of  the fin syren, whioh roused the oity  from its slumbers about a quarter past  six in tbe morning, the alarm being  turned in on account of a fire which  had broken out in a chicken house at  the rear of Mr. IJ. D. Harvey's' house  on Bernard avenue.  The cause of the outbreak is a mystery, but there was.no mistake about  the fact, however, and when he notiosd  smohe arising from his chicken house  whioh was a large one, Mr. Harvey  hastily turned in an alarm, and then  ran to do what be could to save his  Nook. He managed to set free a number of Plymouth Rooks, but the flames  spread so rapidly that some twenty-  six Rhode Island Reds, which were  confined in a separate section of the  house, wero burned before he could get  to them.  There was a strong wind blowing at  the time, and occupants of adjoining  property watched the fin nervously.  The brigade, however, soon arrived and  a jet of water quickly quenched the  flames, but not. before the whole building was destroyed.  An amusing incident happened later  in the afternoon when one of the home  less hens, unable to subdue .its in  stinots, returned and laid an egg amid  the ashes of its former home. Or Uas  it an exhibition of vanity in a plain  Plymouth Rock, which imagined itself  to be a Phoenix?  Farmers' Institute  Lecture Courses  PROGRAM  OF SPRING MEETINGS  IN KELOWNA DISTRICT  lodlaiD Plays Don Quixote  Action it being contemplated being  taken by Fred Brouillette against ths  Dominion government for,damage sustained to his automobile last week as  the rtjnrtt ol- a collision with a mount,  ed Indian aasr Peatfcton. ' In this  accident, although the auto was only  travelling at a 'moderate rate of tpeed,  and with lights burning brightly, tbe  mounted Indian ran fuH tilt into the  oar.  The impact wrenched tbe steering  gear so badly that the ear thot to  one side of the road, throwing out  some of the occupants, who were pes-  lengors from OroviUe.  Curfew Bell will Sound at  Peittcm  Tht new ourfew beU ordtaaaoo, whioh  it oat of the moat important pieott  of legislation considered by this 'year's  Psntioton oounoil, wat finally' passsd  last wash. Tba by-law provides that  at tht ringing of tht ourfew (whioh it  also tht fin bell), all boys under the  age of fourteen, tad all girls under tht  age of 16, who an unattended by par-  s or guardians, shall immediately  betake themselves to their homes, aad  if after fifteen minutes haa passed they  an still found wandering, ths polios  an authorized to etoort them. In tht  winter time the bell will be rung sight  timst at 7.48 o'clock p.m., aad ia tht  amor ths ringing will be one hour  tattr.  Whare parents do aot take any aotion la preventing their children from  booonnng habitual "stsyera out" a  eiaost it inserted in tht bylaw whioh  provides for a flat.  KING OEOBGF AT OPENING OF PARLIAMENT  King George, following the custom, attended the opening of the British  Parliament, in London. The photograph shows the King with his royal re-  talnsrs on Us arrival at Victoria Towtr of the House of Lords. His Majesty  hat stoppsd to shake hands with Hit Gran, tht Duke of Norfolk. The King  did not wear his robes of etatay although his retainers appeared in their usual picturesque costumes, rshn of tht raiddlt aget. Tht Duke is seen bownnj  baton the.King. Tht latter wans - rata ooat over Ins uniform, while Hit  Greet al Norfolk' appears ia Ws dotal Mint.  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mtugeas apt  family left this morning for NswWett-  nuaster, when they will reside la future. Mr. Mtugeas having aoonpttd a  position then.  Mr. Thomas Cunningham, inspector  pi trait pests, is in oommunioaaten  with the authorities at Ottawa retarding the establishing of a quarantine  preventing California growtre ham  shipping potatoes into this provisos.  DistHtd potatoes are being shipped  into thit province by growers in California according to Mr. Cnnaingham,  but all the shipments an ooodaaatd  es soon as they an found to be faulty.  Realising the danger of allowing dis-  eassd potatoes to oome into the province, when nearly every settler  grows potatoes. Mr. Cunningham is  urging the Dominion government to  eetabltth this quarantine. The United  States have quarantined Canadian potatoes besides those from Great Brit-  Germany and Austria.  Demonstration of Dairy Work  MANY SUBJECTS OF INTEREST  TO FARMERS  A program of the spring meetings or  lecture courses arranged by the Department of Agriculture, and to be  held under the auspices of the looal  Farmers' Institute, has been received  this week. A strong feature of tbe  program is the practical demonstration  work whioh is being given special reference to live stock. The speakers  who will take oharge of the meetings in  this district are as follows: E. Smith  B.Sc, Government Cold Storage Investigator; T. A. V. Wianoko, Govt.,  Dairy Instructor; H. E. Upton, Govt.,  Poultry Instructor; Wm. Sohulmerieh.  ot Hillsboro, Ore.; P. S. Darlington, B.  So., Chief Horticulturalist, Wenatehec,  Wath and j. L. Hilborn, Summerland.  The dates of meeting in the various  centres, and the subjects under consideration are given below:  OJCANAOAN CENTRE. Monday, Mar.  ��th at .'I..10 p.m., H. E. Upton, "Demonstration in Killing and Plucking"  at s p.m., P, S. Darlington, "Alfalfa  in Mature Orchards," and H. E. Upton, "Incubation."  OYAMA, Monday March 9th 8 p.m.,  Wm. Schurmerioh, "Hogs and Dairv  Cottle."  WESTIUNK, Tuesday, March 10th, ��  p.m., K. Smith, "Handling of Fruit"  and V. S. Darlington, "Alfalfa in Ma  tan Orchards."  KX.O. BUNCHES, Tuesday, March  loth, 2.:io p.m., J. L, Hilborn,  "Growing Early Tomatoes" Wednesday March l.lth, 8.p.m., P. S. Darlington. "Alfalfa m Mature Or-  ���a*"1"-"  RUTLAND, Wednesday, March 11, 2.30  p.m. Wm. Sohulmerieh, "Hogs  and Dair- Cattle," T. A. F. Wiancko  "Farm Dairy work," P, 8. Darlington, "Alfalfa in Mstun Orchards."  8 run,, J. F. Smith. "Markets in  IBIS"; H. E. Upton, "Poultry"; J.L.  Hilborn, "Growing early Tomatoes."  ELLISON. Wednesday, March 11, 3.00  p.m.. H. E., Upton, "Demonstration  Killing and Pluoking." J. F. Smith,  "Fruit Marketing in i��l��." 8 p.m.,  Wm. Sohulmerieh, "Hogs and Dairy  Cattle." T. A..F.'Wianoho, on Dairy  Work.,  Trust Companies Act  A now bill before the legislature, relating to the incorporation of trust  companies provides that notwithstanding any law to ths contrary, no company shall after the first day of July  continue to carry on a trust business  in the province unless it has deposited  with the minister of finance a sum of  not less than $25,000.  A bill hat been passed in the provincial legislature respecting the discovery  and conservation of radium, by virtue  of which the Lieutenant-Governor in  counoil Is empowered to place a reserve on all radium within the public  lands in the province; and to the first  person proving to the satisfaction of  tht lieeisnent-governor In counoil that  he has discovered radium within the  provin- - - ward not exceeding 18000  shall be paid.  When is i Tent  Net a Tenant?  Tht question oi when it a tenant not  a tenant cams up in the small debts  court on Saturday rooming last for  ths decision of Magistrate Boyos. It  was a can in whioh Messrs. Hewstson  at Mantle sued C. L. Smedlsy for a  month's rent, for a store oa Bernard  avenue. The premises had beta rant,  ed by a maa named Fonythe, who  oarried on a business aa a cleaner tad  pressor, but this gentlemen left Ke-  towna oa Deosmber tth aad left the  premises in chargt of Smedlsy, who  had acted at hit mtitgai and whom  hs owed 1170 ia wages. Fonythe  stated he would he back the following  Monday morning and instructed SmtoV  ley to run the business until he earns  bath. Mr. Fonythe did not return,  bat at he had told hit manager that  altar the real had been paid aad he  had collected the amount of his wages  he was to take ap the tenancy. Smedlsy stayed on.' During the month he  was in charge Smedlsy oolltoted tit  oa hit wages, bat was unable to raise  any more, aad no mat wss paid.  Eventually he received a notioe from  Messrs Hewstson & Mantle to vacate  the etore and he did so, but when he  was asked for rant hs declined! hence  the present aotion. After evideaoehad  a heard on both tides, Mr, Kerr  itendtd that plaintiff should have  dbtraiaan for tbe rent, instead of  suiag Smedlsy. Mr. Burns, for the  plaintiff, submitted that ftmedley  agreed to take over the store from  the time Fonythe got out and that  from that time his tenancy would commence. Tha magistrate gave judgment  for the plaintiffs with coats.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brooks were' arrivals oa the boat yesterday afternoon  after a visit to the OH Country.  188,000 VOTED  FOR  OKANAGAN  ROAD WORK  The estimates of revenue and expenditure of British Columbia for tbe  fiscal year ending March 81, 1018,  wen presented to ths legislature last  Thursday by the minister of finanoe,  Hon. Price Ellison. The estimated revenue for the year is $10,048,915.18,  and the estimated expenditure 113,-  742,009.60.  The legislature will also be asked  to vote 11,208,179.07, supplementary  estimates to cover various publio  services of the current year that were  not provided for in the session last  year, and 1210,438.91 to dean up outstanding accounts of 1912-13.  Included among the items of expenditure is a vote of $88,000 for road'  work in the Okanagan district.  Guiseppe Takes a  Tramp  Reward for Discovery of  Radium in B.C  Sir John Tenniol, for many decades  the leading Itritlsh cartoonist died  last Thrsduy at the age of 94 yean.  He was the doyen of ths world's political cartoonists, and held the record  for continuous service. He spent fifty  yean with scarcely a holiday at cartoonist for "Punch" and in that time,  amused and instructed millions with  his pencil. He set the principle of the  political cartoon so firmly that It has  been adopted the world over. His  servioes to his countrv were recognized  when Queen Victoria knighted him in  1809.  WILL END WITH LONG BEST AT  KAMLOOPS  Guitaane Salada, as bis name implies, it an Italian. A week or two  age he took a tramp into the oountry,  and landed in the neighborhood of  Hlaok Mountain. It wat near night,  and he wanted somewhere to sleep, so  as luck would have it, he spotted the  buildings whioh had bean used at one  time as headquarters of the Belgo-Can-  adian Company's oamp, but had recently been occupied by the engineering  stall. It was an easy matter to enter  the place, as Cuiseppe had only to  take out a nail in the window sash.  This he did, and made himself comfortable for the night, appropriating a  number of blankets be found in the  building. The next morning he was  tempted to break open and take a few  things out of a trunk belonging to Mr.  H. G. Rowley who is now living in  Kelowna, but bad left them there for  the winter. Amongst other things, he  annexed a rifle. He left the building  and with his acquisitions took a tramp  in the direction of the railway construction camps, staying at Dan Gallagher's for breakfast. Dan was not  at borne at the time, but he- had left  a young man in possession. Salada  continued his tramp, and eventually  landed at Chew's Camp No. 11 where  he stayed a few days. In the meantime, Mr. Bine-ley, the water bailiff of  the Belgo-Canadian Co., happened to  look in at the late headquarters and  noticed that the place had been broken  into. He informed the manager who  placed the matter in the hands of Constable Vachon of the provincial polix*.  The constable made inquiries, and  eventually located the Italian at tho  railway camp, where he found the articles stolen from the Belgo building.  He arrested Salada, who claimed lie  had bought the blankets three ' ��ys  before for $7. The rifle he said he had  bought in Vancouver a couple non lis  before. This did aot go with the  constable, and eventually the blankets,  rifle and other artiolejs wen idsntified  by Mr. Rowley as having been taken  from his late resident*.  Guiseppe Salada waa brought before  Magistrate Hoyce on Saturday on a  charge of having broken into premises  of the Belgo-Canadisn Company on or  about February 2nthf and stolen a  rifle, three pairs of blankets, a quantity of wearing apparel, a tobacco pipe  and a pair of gloves, to the value of  ���no. After evidence had been given,  and the prisoner had admitted the  offence, he was committed to take bis  trial at Kamloops. Constable Vachon  conveyed his prisoner to Kamloops on  Monday.  RESCUING PARTY ENTERING CUMBBE TUNNEL  Castillo, bandit chief has been aeouted of the Cunbre Tunnel out  rage. It is claimed he burned a freight train in tha Ciirabre, Tunnel and I lien  allowed �� passenger train to crash into the blazing wreck. Every 'om- on  board the passenger .train perishsd. Of the fifty-one victims, several wire  foreigners. This photograph shows membtn of the Copper-Queen Mine rescuing force entering the tunnel in search of bodies. Castillo has asserted  hit innocence and says he cannot understand why certain people shauld demand that he be selected as a tacrifin In order to give Frtnersoo Villa an  opportunity to make a holiday for tbeat a*o   taafcbt   in tht studding  of  '      'I .   .  .    I  nanam  ���Am KBMXWNA  REC01D  ->-i-��st���L-  TaORSDAY, MARCH 6, 1014  > I Jll "        '  M  M ********  *S  *�� M ����� ���� �����  et at  ����� PlOFESSIONAL AND *>  �� BUSINESS CAaVDS ��  ** ee  Ms*********************  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block.   ���   Keloiona, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey. B.A., Sc. C.E, D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  "SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   D. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  bibitienai Koyal Coll.*. of Muaic .nd If  It Kenamk Pyne. Mua, Doc.. Oriental of  C.tticdr.1, Mnncne.ter, En|.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muaic  of  .van.  deacription  aupplisd.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  KELOUNH RECORD  Published evsey Thursday at Ksiowaa,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Betas:  S1.60   par w;   Tie.. .Ii  LU. <0 out. .dditional.  ���Maths.    Uaitol  ill astsoriatioas wrsbl. Is advaaot.  Advertisinf Bates:  LODOB NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CAllUS,  LSjtD'iND rfllliE NOlTcEl^lo'ti.v. IB.  to stars. 17.  WATEB N0T1CE8-W for live inwrliooa.  LEOAL ADVERTISINO-Flrat liuartloa. 13  nil. pic Usss ��e<* .nbMQMnt uwrlioll, 8  mat. psr Has.  CLASSIFIED ADVEBTiaEMENTS-S oanu par  word lint uvmtUod. 1 ont n��r word sSXii  sabssqnut Isswtlon.  DISPLAY lADVEBTISBtlENTS-Two Iwllli  and ohok. W ants p��r inch first InHrtlon  one two tuts. 4) esals eat la* sort ia  aertios: 10 oat. en inch    sarb  lUbMnueni  iMsrMsti  All ohu(M la aoatrwt edverlisarr,'at. musl  bs in th. bud. ol to. printer br TWiu>  .vanuw to smbx. pubusstioa in tb. OMt  Issue,  Subaoribsn at ths rmUratt can ha v.  utre PtpKi malted to binds at . diatanc  at HALF BATE. i.... 75 oent. per year.  This .paebvl privities to framed lor tbe  purpoa. ol advutisinr tb. city and di.trict.  CITY COUNCIL  REGULAR MEETING  (Continued from Pago One.)  .............*  I... ......  COKRESPONDENCE  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  I   gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO���Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and ettimatet given (or public Build-  ingt.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93   ���  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S,  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. McCill Uniyeraity)  Retidance : GLENN AVENUE  Measastvs may bo left st the office of  Msssrs. Rattanbury (t Williams  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (Awocwtc Royal College ���. Orft.ni.I.  London, England)  Organist  of  St. Michael   &   All Angela'  Church, receiv��i Pupila for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  At hit own or pupila* residence.  Special attention lo childrtti  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chine.. Merch.nl, .nd Employment Oak.  Contract, of every kind undertaken  Satiafactory work guaranteed  EU AVENUE ... ,.  Between Abbott J, Water Street,        'SW "g* JJi  NsE Abbott Street Brid.e P.O. B~ 261  w��b no reason why tho hotels should  not contribute thoir shore to tho city.  Thoy had dono so, and now that  things wore quieter ho thought tho  time was ripe for reducing tho licence,  if not to its formel level, at least to  the level of that oi other citiss. Ho  thought this might hnve the effect of  bringing another hotel here.  Questioned by Mayor Jones as to  whether ho thoueht a reduction of  tlOO or $200 would have muoh weight  in inducing anyone to build a first-  class hotel hero, Mr. Klliott said it  would help.  Fur from reducing the licenco, there  had been strong pressure brought to  bear upon the council, said the mayor,  to increase the amount to |900 a  year. The present licence, he said, was  less than $2.00 per day, and he did  not think that was excessive. There  had been discussion, he continued, by  every public body in town as to the  unsatisfactory nature of tho accommodation provided bv the existing hotels  and it would be bettor to consider the  mproving of this eccirfhniudation before discussing the reduction of licences.  Mr. Elliott thought the high licence  might have something to do with tho  poor accommodation, as the council1  were extracting the last dollar from  Ihe hotel keeper (laughter.)  Mayor Jones said he did not'know  what business could make more money  than the hotel business. There were  a good many peoplo in town who  would like to have their profit for  the last throe months.  Mr. Elliott admitted thai thoy had  beon mnking money, but they had certainly r/one behind lately. The hotel  keepers had asked him to take up tho  matter of the lioenoe with the Board  of Trado, hut he had refused. There  was no doubt about it they felt pretty  sore. Tfe had asked them to come up  to the council with him, so as to  strengthen his case.  Alderman Copeland said the object  of the council in raising tho licence had  been to make the hotels pay for the  policing of the city.  Mr. Elliott replied that the hotel  keepers contended that it cost no morn  to police the city during the good  times than lit did now, and that thero  was no justification for the raise.  He repeated his request that tho  oounoil would give him some assurancj  of a reduction, eves a temporary one,  in order to help in bringing in s good  hotel.  Alderman Sutherland asked if tha  the negotiating parties appreciated tha  faet that the tax rate was much lower  in Kelowna than in other places.  Yes, said Mr. Elliott, but the light  rates were high.  This brought a vigorous denial from  Alderman Sutherland, who brought figures to show that Kelowna's light  rate was muoh lower than most, other  towns.  The discussion ended here, anal tht  oounoil turned to tbe regular business  of the session.  Sohool Trustees, Bigger and Trench  pressnted a draft of' the school ettimatet for ths year. The ordinary expenses of teachers and maintenance  called for a muoh larger sum than  last vear, although Mr. Digger explained, the ligures had been kept, as  low as possible. The- educational  needs of tht oity were continually  grtwitg, aael thttt wat nothing    for  Editor Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,- *  f The Canadian Amateur Lacrosse Association whioh was organised in 1912  for the purpose of increasing the Interest in Lacrosse strictly along amateur  lines, has started a campaign to place  Canada's National Game where it properly belongs���the1 National' and Leading game of Canada in reality instead  of name only, and I write to ask you  to lend us your personal; valuable assistance, and also your support  through the medium of your paper in  assisting ub in our good'work.  We wish to establish sohool lacrosse  leagues as well as industrial leagues in  every town where the population is  largo enough to justify the two, and  where it is not, we wish to have lacrosse played in the schools. Will you  be good enough to write me as to  what tho prospects would be for the  successful launching of our scheme In  your town, and at the same time be  good enough to send me the names of  say six of your most enthusiastic men  who havo in the past been good followers of the game, or the names of  any gentlemen who are likely to become interested in the game in the  future, to whom you would recommend  my writing with tho object of having  them assist us in our movement.  Our association has arranged with  Mr. Joe I.ally, lacrosse manufacturer  of Cornwall, to supply us with lacrosse sticks nt less than one-half the  ordinary prices paid for lacrosse sticks,  and besides granting us the above  concession hit has agreed to present, to  every town throughout Canada, where  asufficient number of teams oan be  organized, twelve really beautiful gold  medals for competition.  Mr. Lolly intends visiting British  Columbia this month for the sole pur-  nose of organizing school lacrosse  leagues, and if a league oan be formed  in your town, I will be pleased to  have him visit you, bo that you can  arrange with him to have a talk with  the boys in your schools and help  with the organization of the leagues.  I will appreciate it very much if you  will put your shoulder to the wheel,  unci assist us in every possible way  that lies in your power.  Will you oblige me by letting me  have your reply at an early date, to  that I may communicate further with  you and' get into touch with the gentlemen whose names you will be good  enough to send me, to enable me to  nrrango with Mr. I.ally to visit you  and show you what oan be done in  the way of establishing lnorosse in  your town.  Thanking you in anticipation of a  favorable consideration of the above,  believe me, Sincerely yours,.  ALBERT E. VEBT  Vice President.  The above letter is recommended to  the attention of all looal lacrosse enthusiasts nnd should the proposals  contained therein meet with approval,  the editor will be pleased to communicate with Mr. Vert with a vitw to  taking up the matter in Ktiowna.  GOOD TEMPLARS  The Independent Order q| Qoqd  Templars held an open session on  Tuesday evening, March 3rd, to which  each member was allowed the privilege  of bringing a, friend or two. \' Daring  he evening a splendid program of  speeches, readings and other numbers  Was rendered to the hearty appreciation of all. This society is doing  good work and is ready to extend < a  friendly, hand to all who will join the  ranks for work. The lodge meets in  the old publio sohool building every  Tuesday evening-  Following is tho program rendered'.  Solo, "The Better Land," by Mils  P. Pitt.  Solo, Harry Lauder selection* by  Mr. n. McKenzie.  Reading. "When I Joined a Lodge."  by Bro. Pavle.  Solo, "The Homeland" by Miss Duff.  Address. "Objects of 1.0.(1 T., by Bro  Thompson. P.fi.T.  Solo, "Dreaming" by Mr. J. Hawthorne.  Reading by Sister Fuller.  Solo, "Laird of Cook Pen," Sister  Jamieson.  Address, "Objects of I.O.G.T." Bro.  Fuller, G.L.D.  Solo, "Oh! Promise Me." Mr. J.  Hawthorne.  Addrese.���Bro. Rev. Switzer, chaplain  Address.���Bro. Pitt, P.S.  Solo, .Selected, Miss Jamieson.  Closing remarks,��� Bro. Pearson.  At the close of the program refreshments were served.  At a Chapter of the British Columbia Society of Architects held last  week in Vancouver, Mr. P. Edmund  Corby, architect of Kelowna, was elected a member of the society.  The W.C.T.U., will meet next Tuesday afternoon, March loth at 3 o'clock  at the home of Mrs. Reekie. A .'paper  on "The Economio Waste of the Liquor Traffio" will be given by Mrs.  Welsh, which all members should hear.  Other matters will bo brought before  the meeting and a good attendance ie  desired. Visitors and members are  cordially welcomed.  The annual meeting of the Keiowna  Poultry Association is to be held on  Tuesday, March 17th in the Sons of  England room, Keller Block at 8 p.m.  The officers for another year will be  elected at this meetin?, and other important business Iteming upon the future of the association will be transacted.  Are you taking advantage of our  SATURDAY SPECIALS >   It  ���"�������������       i******V��***a*mwmtmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmvmmmwmm^mm*mm  not, you are Losing Money. Each  week we try -to put something  good on sale at extra Low    ,te��  SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY  Choice Evaporated Prunes 10c lb  Choice seeded Raisins, 16-oz , 10c pkt  Swift's Soap, best quality. 6 for 25c  H. fit P.'s Mixed, Biscuit* .20c lb  Choice Pickles, extra size 36c bot  Kellogg's corn Flakes 10c pkt  Dairy   Butter (JusMbethmsjfcreoolring) ���30c lb  Our stock of Seeds are now arriving  Come and get  yourt while the assortment it  complete  K. F. Oxley  PHONE 35  PHONE 35  )totorototaoio��^^  it but to keep pace with them.  Thero wat a long discussion at to  whether an item of expenditure included for tht commencement of manual training classes should not btlett  over for ths present in order to keep  tht school rate within six millt. This  would leave a. sum of about WW available toward, the fixing,, up of the  grounds of the nsw sohool.  The trustees wen evidently reluctant  to allow the manual training scheme  to be shelved, but Mr. Bigger promised  to bring the proposal to the attention  of the sohool board, and resubmit the  estimates at ths next mssting.  Proposal to Number. Houses in City  And. Fix Street Signs  A proposal wat submitted by Mr.  Bates, a sign-writarr in tht city, for  the numbering of all' houssa and tht  fixing of' street signs. He undertook  to make and'fix about forty, signs  at tht corner* of the principal' tttettt.  For thit he requested tht privilege of  placing a number on each house in  town, the cost of which���from 35o to  40a., according to the site and kind  of number seliotsd���to be paid by the  resklsnts themselves. He was quits sars.  that' ths great advantage ol having a.  proper system of boast numbering  would appeal to everyone.  The proposal was bunded over to  the street committee for consideration.  The toft' wet weather of the past  lew weeks was reeponsible for appMca"  lions for crossings and temporaryltd*  walks from several quarters, hvtb"  some of which the street oommittee  was requested to enquire. The urgent  need for sidewalks in many parts of  the oity was recognized, and rtgrtt  expressed that the state of tht monty  market would not permit of local improvement, debentures being issue*} tor  the purpose at present. It was Mt,  however", that' U would b* ttawiss to  pond money in temporary plank waHW  but peoplo must grin and bear it until  permanent walks could be laid.  Kelowna Opera House  Tuesday, March 10th  RECITAL  i  BY THE  Eminent English Pianist  Herbert Fryer  ADMISSION  $1.00, 75c* and 50c.  Plan and'Seat Sale at'Crawford's Store  Commencing, 8:30 p.m. Carriages, 10.30*p.m. MTJBSDA*, KABCH 6, 1914  KBtOWNA RECORD  First Week of Dalgleish & Harding's colossal Challenge Sale  UNBEUEVABLE REDUCTIONS - Unprecedentea Values - Unparalleled Bargains, in Every Department.     Every  article in the house marked at a price that cannot be equalled by competition anywhere.    FOLLOW  TO-MORROW'S  CROWDS  Come and take advantage of the wonderful Money-Saving Opportunities this Sale offers.    Come and share in the savings  Goods are being sold for less than other retail stores pay in the wholesale market.    Be here Early; the Earlier the Better.  ;  '   ���������'��� ������   >'-���? ���'��� '    *  "EVELY"  Bargains Flow like a  You'll Have to See these  Moffat, & Giirney Tilden  Stoves and Ranges  Regular $18.00 STOVES for $13.75  ���     22.00         17.00  ..     25.00         19.00  ���     50.00 RANGES     40.00  ���     55.00      ���        ���       47.50  Bigger Values  Than Ever  50c Oil Window Shades   35c  Children'! High Chairs $1.35  Kitchen Chair* 60c  Mattresses, all sizet $3.55  Braat Curtain Rodt, reg. 25c kind 2 for 2Se  with Evely Handling the Price Axe  Rip Roaring Bargains  in Lawn Mowers  Regular $7.00 for $4.85  ���     8.00     5.6S  ���     8.50    5.95  Spring it here.   Get yout Mower Now  m  Grab These Quick  Electric Lamps 20c  Toilet Paper 4 for 25c  Garden Hote 10c foot  35c Teapota 25c  5-piece Toilet Seta $1.85  10-piece Toilet Sett $5.50  Watch our WindowSnthey are Interesting  Buy Your Builder's Hardware NOW  Graniteware and Tinware  ALL REDUCED TO THE LIMIT  Lay in your supply of Kitchen Utensils when you have the  opportunity to Save Money  Our Stock of Bedroom Furniture  Keep your eye on the Store Inside and Ont  Stoves and Ranges all to go at Big Reductions  THE ONLY PUCE  To Buy Hardware and Furniture  Carpets and Rugs  We have a very large selection of Rugs and Carpets, Tapestries,  Brussells, Wiltons, Velvets and AxminSters, all reduced to a  semblance of former values. See our Specials at $15.90 & $37.00  Bargain Day every Day  At Dalgleish & Harding*'  Extra Special Value in Furniture  in every line. See our splendid line of Buffets, Dining Chairs,,  Tables, &c, &c. We can save you untold quantities of money  on your furniture buying to-day.  Is unsurpassed for both Quantity and Quality. We invite an inspection of this department and assure you that the money-saving you  effect here will prove interesting.  Arm Chairs and Rockers  A large assortment to choose from upholstered in either  American or Spanish Leather at prices to suit all purses.  There are chairs her* that will suit you.  20 per cent off Cutlery & Silverware  Ten Cents accostpliAe. wonders at to Store    * ^  ^VvMoiM&aafw,^ *.***  ^     I am the "I WILL" Man who has aroused your curiosity for the last week. I am the " I WILL" Man who will arouse  |*f%Af you wdl read this advertisement and take its message to heart to the extent of a call at this sale.  I am the I WILL Man who will save you more Dollars on good Hardware and Furniture purchases than you ever before  believed possible. 1 have come to smash prices in this town, and if you will believe that " I WILL " do as I say and prove  to your own satisfaction that I speak nothing but the absolute truth, you will be glad that I came " FVFI v  Remember  to bring your  pocket-book  Sale prices are  CASH  aad cufa only  Only 9  More Days  Sale ends  March 14th  The Hardware and Furniture Men   -   KELOWNA  Evely, the "I WILL" MAN in charge KELOWNA   BECORD  THURSDAY, KAKCH S, 1M4  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  ,       roott)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh    Deltchus    Spitzenberg    Wealthy  Jonathan   "King David    Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlett  PLUMS  Du Cornice  Bradshaw       Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Our Stock hat Won  Itt  Own  Reputation  Price List on Application"  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Pruning & Spraying  We have a Large Stock of the  Leading Lines of Pruning Tools   and Spray Pumps   INCLUDING  Reiser Pruning Shears  Bishop      ,,        Saws  Spray Pumps and Nozzles  Morrison-Thompson  Hardware Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  LaaretKtlawaa9 i.b., 3.30 p.a  Leave* Wsstassk t.Nu.,4 p.��.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leave* Ksbwaa 11 i.b.  Leave* WssaVnk 11.30 *.m.  CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Them Na. 108  CONCRETE  WORK  I haw a complete plant of power  miters and all appllancts lor concrete  contraction oi smy kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which I her. had many yean'  eiperien:..  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICEr RMDENCE  fcRl|aVo��K.. Wl  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  'attSfc.  Mrs. B. Munson left Tuesday morning on a visit east.  ��� ���   ���  ���  Mrs. K. F. Oxley    will not    receive  thit month.  ��� ���  ���  ���  Mr. K. Duncan left Monday morning  for a visit to Vancouver.  ��� *)-������  Mr. J. E. Beekie has been re-elected  president    of the    Okanagan     United  Growers, Ltd.  ��� t   ���  ���  Norman Hill, of Pentioton has assigned, for the benefit of his creditors.  ��� ���   ���  ���  The Misses- Johnston were passengers  on Monday morning's boat for a brief  trip to Victoria.  ��� ���   ���  ���  Misb Phyllis Pitt spent last week  end at Pentioton on a visit to friends,  and incidentally assisted in the singing  at the Baptist churoh there.  ��� ���  ���  ���  The Kelowna Benevolent Society will  meet next Thursday afternoon, March  12th, at the home of Mrs. Alan Wilson,  Richter street, at 3 p.m.  ��� ��  ���  ���  Mr. R. S. Hull is building a house  on his ranch near the K.L.O. bridge,  with the intention of shortly taking up  his residence there.  ��� *  ���  ���  Mr. W. M. Armstrong, of Okanagan  College will occupy the pulpit of the  Baptist church next Sunday morning  and evening.  ��� ���    ���    a  Archdeacon Beer of Kaslo paid a  short visit to the city on Friday last  and spent the evening with Rev. Thos.  Greene.  ��� ���  ���  ���  Miss Brown, lately with the British  North American Tabacco Co., left the  city by Saturday morning's boat for  Vernon, where she has accepted a position with a legal firm.  ��� ���   ���  ���  The annual general meeting ot the  Kelowna Tennis Club will be held on  Saturday, March 21st at 8 p.m. in  the offices of the Okanagan Loan and  Investment Co. Ltd.  ��� ���   ���  ���  A plan was discussed at the council  mooting last Friday of opening up  Glenn avenue through from Richter  street to Ellis street. This new street  would join Lawrence avenue and give  another continuous street from the  lake to the city limits.  ��� ���  ���  ���  The pastor of the Methodist church  will "reach the fourth sermon of his  series on Death and the Hereafter, taking as his subject "The Intermediate  State: Resurrection and Judgment," on  Sabbath evening, and in the morning  his theme will he "Religious and Earthly Supplies."  ��� ���   ���  ���  The great furniture and hardware  sale at Dalgleish & Harding1! ia in  full swing. A visit to their store will  convince you that you oan effect great  savings.  Mrs. Mills, mother of Mrs. H. H. Millie concluded her visit to Kelown* this  week and left for Winnipeg.  ��� * ��� *. *  Miss Evelyn Wilson, who for some  months past has conducted a business  in town as a manicurist and ladies'  hairdresser, etc., left Monday tor Winnipeg.  ....  English Church service, will be hold  next Sunday at St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission, at 8 a.m., and at    Hast  Ktiowna at 8 p.m.  ....  Miss Joy Fleming and her co-workers wish, through the columns of the  Becord to thank all who helped bar  to win the grand   player piano    lor  their new school at itutland.  ....  Tht Hospital Ball Conunittat requests those ladies who did not take  away their dishes after the dance to  fetch same from the supper room    at  the Morrison Hall.  ....  The directors and managers of   ihe  Dramatic Society are desirous of more  punctual and regular attendance     at  the rehearsals ol the opera "Fatience"  This is essential if the production    it  to be a success.     Practices are    held  Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the  Board ol Trade rooms.  ....  The problem of making the actor on  the moving picture screen "talk" ia a  natural way has only recently been  solved and for ths first time Kelowna  peopla are to be given an opportunity  of seeing thit wonderful invention  which, will be part of the program at  the opera house tonight.  ....  We made a bad one last week. In  giving statistics of the average prices  obtained during the past season by the  Central Agenoy for the valley��� the  Okanagan United drawers Ltd., the  article was inadvertently headed  "Prices realized by the B. C. Growers,  Ltd." Of course the opening sentence  of the text which gave the correct title showed that aa obvious slip had  been made. It it not the first time  the two names have been confused,  even by people who are familiar with  both companies.  .  ���   ���  .  Mr. Allan, provincial firs warden,  was an arrival on Saturday afternoon  and is staying in the district for  few days. Mr. Allan is well pleased  with the results of the work performed  by his staff last year, and attributes  the lack of fires to increased vigilance  and a favorable season, there "ring  enough moisture to counteract my  danger of spontaneous fires, The work  along the railway construction camps  had been very satisfactory as the  contractors had co-operated in reducing outbregks by burning up all the  brush.  BIRTH  SMITH.-To the   wife of George  Smith on    February    23rd,    a i  Frederick Percy.  LATEST ���PHOTOOHAPH OF FAMOUS PANAMA OANAL BUILDER  We publish herewith a new photograph of Coloasl Geferge W. Goethals,  builder of tht Tanama Oanal and future governor of tht Canal Zone, photographed in tht smoking salon of tht United Fruit Steamer Metapan. Col.  Goethals, because of his excellent adminittration in the Canal Zone hat been  muoh sought after as Polios Commissioner of New York City. For some  lime past tha New York papers have been filled with accounts af Col. Goethals probabls acceptance of the ooramissionership, al! of whioh rtportt  have been unofficially denied from Washington. Although Col. Goethals hat  persistently refused to be interviewed on the subject, tht New York papers  now have it that when the canal Is ready for use on July first, he will  probably accept tne Police ConuTrhsioaership. Col Goethals refused to discuss tht John Burke master twept W Bay that he hoped the charges would  be taken up by the New York courts. He expects to return to Panama on  April first, when ths tew [wtge sofjt far tht oanal employees goat into titot.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  Situated within one half mile of (own, and being  about loo feet above tha lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and unrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There it only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting -a few acre, of thia desirable  property. ,  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.    ���  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now  compk-li-lv eciuiiiped t�� supply all   roar  lnml:r needs.  We huve now a Life stock of local aod coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of .hjifli  tirade  q'lnlitv and in splendid condition.  A com ulete Una of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Phona 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estiautss Fumiahed on all kind, of buildings,   y  - Bungalow, a SpKialty.  RstinWts sad Modsrn  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full lint of interior decoration., conaiating of tha latest aiyl most up-  to-date will hangings.    Call snd inapect my atock of Wallpaper, and f.t my  . climate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and oountry patronage aolicitsd THURSDAY, MAECH 5, 1914  KMjOWIfj^RECOED  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg aizet  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  Lime-Sulphur Spray  No Sludge  No Salt  No Impurities  23 CENTS PER GALLON  F.o.b. Factory  Guaranteed 30�� Beaume Reading  NO CHARGE FOR BARREL  Order at once.   Our output ia nearly  told, and time ia short  Okanagan Spray Factory  MOON BROS.  Phone 249  Ellis St., Kelowna  Phont 257 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucseaaors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and'Shop: -���,.,       -, _  Coatet, Edwarda & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  Richmond's Sale  Continues  Our Men's and Boys' Clothing is moving at  GIVE AWAY PRICES. Come and get your  share of the bargains.  Boots and Shoes  are going fast. It will pay you to lay in a stock  at our prices. Solid Leather Shoes for muddy  weather.  Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear.  We have some big bargain* in this department.  Coma and iee them, the benefit will be yours.  ....... .'iiy.V*,. ...........  . . ...  !*���       ,   .BASEBALL        .     *��  The Federal League promoters are  still dickering with various baset  stare. Recently they learned that the  "Mighty Matthewson" was a free agent  and the offer, that have been forward,  ed to him are indeed enough to oaute  some anxiety iri the Giant's camp at  Merlin, Texas, where they, are already  starting their spring training. How*  ever, notwithstanding the offer of a  signed cheek, on which he could write  his own term, did' not tempt the big  Btar. He said, he was really a : free  agent, but would not sign a contract  to play in the Federal league until he  had personally had a talk with John  J. MoGraw, manager ol the Giants.  As the days warm and tke bastbaU  bug ventures out into the bright sunshine to sting into activity the players  here and there, we notice the effect in  our own little city. On Thursday afternoon last many balls and gloves  that have lain dormant* for the past  six months were hauled out and. put  into service on various vacant lots.  There is now some talk of forming a  city league, and should this policy be  carried into effect it will mean that tha  people of Kelowna will enjoy soma  splendid sport the coming season. It  is now time, if this movement is to  be launched that something was being  done, as the season will soon be upon  Matthewson, the big pitcher of the  New York Giants, will remain in tha  National League. This decision was  reached after hording a brief conference  with officials of hia club.  Hal Chase, first baseman of the Chicago White Sox, confirmed the resort  that he is dickering with the Federal  League; Chase said he was. told to  name his own terms and that he replied with a demand for 180,000 for  three years and a isooo bonus to sign.  BILLIARDS  WILLIE HOPPE SETS NEW RECORD  FOR AVERAGE BREAK  The boy wonder defeated Geo. Sut-  taa in the second block of 500 points  in the 1800 championship 18.2 balk line  billiard match on Tuesday night, Feb.  24th by 54) to 74. Hoppe ran out in  four innings, an average run of 135},  a new worlds record.  Score by innings:  Hoppe.���177, 250, 28, 86. Total 41.  Average 186J.  8utton.-o, 1, 73, 0. Total, 74. Average 18}.  The standing at the close of this  period was: Hoppe looo, Sutton >74,  Sutton winning the first b:ock by 500  to 459.  The former high average was 100,  made by Sutton in New York, fn April  not.  On Thursday night Hoppe again defeated Sutton in the last block by 500  to MO, making the total for the three  blocks, Hoppe 1500, Sutton 724. Hoppe  averaged 55 15-27 against Sutton's 28  Monthly Weatktjr Report  Compiled   by   fl. 1 Mager,   Ooraa.  TEMPERATURE  Date  February   1 ......  8 .....  4 ..���  9    6    7���   �� ... .  ��      10    11    12 ... .  18    14 ..,.,.  18   M......  17    18 ... .  1�� ..l...  21 .....  22 ... .  23 ... .  24 .i..  25 ... .  2�� ... .  27 ... .  Max  . 86  . 18  . 25  . 2��  , 11  , 18  . 18  , 26  ; ��  . 81  81  ., at  . 88  . 36  . .34  . 35  . 88  . ,38  ill  . 35  . 38  . 41  . 40  . 44  . 46  . 42  . 46  . 38  Mm.  27  8  '   18  .10  .-1*.  - 1  10  16  RAIN AND SNOW FALL-  Melted  ,        Rain   Snow   Snow  Inches Inches laches  February   7 ..75  "        10 I.oo  "21 <    1.50 .22  " 22 .15  "28 .05  Totals  .15  3.25  .27  Total' precipitation  74 inch  Note.���lo inches of snow equals   one  inch of rain.  HOCKEY  WRESTLING  Pat Connolly, the .Old Country  tier, arrived back in B. C. recently after a trip to Europe. He had sevsn  matches in England, Ireland and Soot-  land and won them all, and ha. had  three in Boston, after he reached America which he alto won. His best performance "waa in Glasgow, where hs  towed six big fellows in 17 minutes.  Watler Miller, champion welterweight  of ths world, is now baok in his training quarters, getting ready for his  match with Al. Hatoh, at the Horse  Show building, Vancouver tomorrow  night, having recovered from hit attack of la grippe.  I want to make known to tht public" hi taid "that I have not ran  out of my match with Al Hatch. It  it a thing I have never dons, and a  thing I never wjjl do. I am ready to  go on the mat at any time now."  .a..............  *........  SWIMMING  Richard Cavill, the Australian swimmer who was the first man to ewim  the Golden Gate at San Francisco, and  who was recognised aa the champion  swimmer of the world from 1888 to  looo died of exhaustion toon after he  had been taken from the water after  aa unsuccessful attempt to swim across  the Seattle harbor, a dlstanoe of three  The Pacific Coast Hockey schedule  ran out on Friday night last with Victoria in the lead, thu. making them  champions of the Pacific Coast for  the second time. .However on the last  night they were handed out a bitter  dose by the Vancouver club who gave  them the worst defeat ever handed the  club on home ice.  The conclusion of the schedule left  the teams standing as follows:  Goals  Won Lost For Agst.  Westminster    ...    7     ��      75     81 .  Victoria    10     ��      86     80  Vancouver      7     �� '   8*     8��  Immediately after the close of the  season the Victoria Club began preparations for their trip east in quest  of the Stanley Cup, emblematic of the  World's Championship. The Vancouver club also left for the east in company with the Champions and will go  on a barnstorming trip which will extend as far as New York and Boston.  BOXING  The heavyweight bout tchedultd for  the Steveston Arena, Vancouver, next  Saturday afternoon between . Cowler,  the Naneimo boxer, aad Denver Ed.  Martin, tht colored American scrapper  it very likely to be canoelled because  of tht refusal of the immigration authorities to permit Martin to cross the  bordsr.  jMartin attempted to board the boat  at Seattle the other day and whan the  immigration officer presented himself  he announced that he was a laborer.  At unskilled labor is not admitted to  tht Dominion these days, the big. fellow was promptly turned back and he  is still on the other side of ths boundary. Thit ii the second time Martin  has been refused admission to Canada  On ths former oooasion he desoribed  himself sa pugilist and the ban , was  hung on him without further ado.  Whta a. waa only too  yards   from ttro.  the finish where a large crowd ��� had  assembled, those in the rowboat, who  were following him, saw him quit the  powerful stroke with whioh he had  been swiming and lapse into a gentle  paddle at If resting. When the boatmen rowed to him, Cavil) grasped the  gunwale and then became unconscious.  He wis picked up and taken to a  launch, where medical attention was  given him, but he died without .regaining consciousness.  The physician who attended him taid  the swimmer virtually was frozen to  death. The oold water had to retarded  circulation that Ut heart stopped. The  temperature of tbe water waa 4�� above  SaajaWfs  ���V^r  SWe��  You should read the  book as you w$ not  be able to seethe play  the company having  cancelled their en-  giag(wnent,':.v.'  ���,-'    "'.- '���'���* ::  We) also have..   ; '��� ,:'  Beverly of Graustark  and    '  Truxton King  both stories of the same setting, and several hundred other  titles of the very best fiction at  75c per copy  P. B. Willits ft Co.  Kelowna.     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  Firewood  |2.25 c,o. d.  .Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave!  tPhone'307  -^^V^A.��a.tt*1TN^v^\-NJN^^^.����a^^/VV%^*^^A^^S*  C..H.L HUDSON  Landscape and '"  Portrait1 "  Photographer  Studios in tha Interior .  Portreite bjr i  Street,   ���   Kaknraa  Clifton Boarding House  , OUNN AVENUI  Open December lit, 1913  MB8T CUSS MAID  WBIX FURNISHED  14188 M0DKBATB  oa.lppHc.tloe  Boi tM, Kelowna, B. 0.  P.O. Boa 12  E.ENGLAND  WILDE* k CONTtACTOIt  Pleas, apaeiacatiaae   sad   Eetimat��  Furnished  It Your Wateh a  ���' MACHINE  ���  Then discard it and at the  rid ypureelf oj the mental uncertainty  and J^MUtio. ciuwd by continually  allowing a watch ���our - not - be - right  margin  Purchate one of our  j   HighyGracJe   Ameii-  ,r     . "  can Watches  From $4.50 up to $100  W.M.ParkcrJCa.  ./'V^qffAUIYJ^ayELERS  Crowley Block"   "       ' Kelowna, B.C  {'] Telephone 270  Afternoon Teas  Served with dainty cakes,  Crumpets & Cream Puffs.  15c.  Ice Cream  For Public  or  Private   Function.  MADE TO YOUR ORDER  Order, muit be received 'not later  than one  day previous to day of  delivery  ���   For the Beat go to  Alsgard's  High Class Confectionery  Auction Sale  of Household Furniture & Effects  removed tram residence of Mr. A. Drngia  Sajturday, Match 7th, #4  at 2 ��'clocli>.ai.f. 'raRr  ,-_,,.��� fi      iff . Wa?|  at' StockweU's Auction Sterns  CW by JCeiawna.Sawmillj Office  ��f     C: ���   ��� ���' '" \:\  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MQtotJ  BBGULATtbNS     .-',��  Coal' 'mining rights of the  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alber  ta. -the Yukon Territory, the 'jierth-  *Ht Territories, aad ia a ��� fOiaile ol  tha Prayiaos at^ritiah Columbia, may  be bated for a term i  years at,an annual rental ofJfi  a. Not more than 2,800  will be leased to one applicant*  I Application (or'the laaat must be  ���ids by the applicant in pertoa tn  th. Agent or Sub-Agent fjf the district  in which the right�� applied for alt'*  Situated. ��� 'A  la sarvtysd territory the lead   matt.  bt described by motion., or regal aab-  divrtioaa of sections; and ia iltarniy  id-.territory   the   tract appfitd    for  shall be staked   out by the applicant'  Each application must bs  panied by a fee of IB which will lis  nfundsd, if the rights applied for .  ate aot available, bat aot otherwise.'  A royalty thall bt paid on th. merchantable output of tha mins at tha  rate of five oeats per ton.  The pertoa operating the mini shall  furnish the agaat with swore return,  ouating lot aha full quantity of  merchantable eoal atiasd and pay ta.  royalty thereoa. If the coal roiaiac  righto are, aot fetag operated, eaoh  returns ahould bt furnished at least  oan a year..  Tbe leaat will include tht coal mining rightt oaiy,   bat   Un leaaet may  bs permitted to   purchase    whatever ���  availahis serfaee. right a may be   coo-  and ii try 'for   the working of   '  the miee at the rate of 110 an acre.  Por    full    information    application  ahould be made to.the   ewretery   of.  tht   Department of allie interior,   Ottawa, or to any Agent or   Sub-i-gen^  of Dominion bant. '  W. W. C0ET.  Deputy Knitter of the Interior. .  N.B.��� naauthorised pnblieatioa| o'  thia advertisement will not be Veirl  (or.  K .  TbOnr Friends and Nelghborr  YottkaewtJC. Ysu turner wwwuM.Mt���tlutweeeuldawt  alKNte-twbacksqMrwoitJ. Nor can yen afford to Ignore  eaaj atawtsy-toa^^at^tWtan after nn this splendid laxative.  WsacaaeUy betters w* have the.     antuld hare been dispelled taauda  ��W-tlto^*��Ss��'     aaS-WBt mrSSSi iffS  CeaMaaaem|" �����"���*��� "*���*����     owilUawcoounoe wharTib. bowl.  Jf*iramitftnurty.��w.did,'t     AB tjart^eamaTiflwrtlf  kajST. * totmtrw.   Wa woulda't      eecspt our sdviee.  Oar faith la built both oa tha,     ��ssta. Jmtrjket osndyi- TMr^sie  aymtaqnV  i��_  j... * <v      ���>. .j    waste stetliptttan, tea fob tt am.  Try them at Our Risk)  ��teeeuy ��������� it        *~  Abese gpfiES  Jaek MAe atosiaial ia oreoarlv "end assail OramUae for ehlldraa,  mmT^mS^tmitlTOr trf s��d adicau pwrnua  milieJgttnaysd aad ���Unjiaplm Itesall Oieenua earn, ia .��*.  sad the aetlre system aad enay peeks* tin base   11 tiblMs, 10a;  taW organ Mffais.. Waatee .that SmhUts. mm �� table*. Ms.'  Tea ma key Basalt OttMim ia tUt eoaaaunati-^alf et eat stem:  Pi B. WILUTS'efcCO.*     Corner Pendozi St. and Bernard Ave  THk IbXO&l Start  _ torn. It a Brail ton* amy *ra* lev* and oity In tba Coned Swiss. Omtda sat>  Gnat SiMala. TMr. la a doumit Haull Rarnody for. needy ewnr raiMssir kuasa ���-�� .  maatsjasiaa>'e��tati*l��ltopattlaal��r Ml Bt ewm a I. itmsmmeafi  Tfcs Rani Stems are America's Oreeteet Drag States  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. L L. DAIRY  A. LANCE Prepriator  CREAM, BUTTER. EGGS, ��cc  Spuria!, Cows for- Infants.  Two Daliv.rtM.Daily - Telephone  TERMS CASH  KELOWNA. B.C  -w-  l        I  ;ENGRAVING-  ',    ETCHINGS AM) HALFTONES  ,    ARE NOW BEING MADE IN.  ,    WESTERN CANADA. BV THE.  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  .    CESS KNOWN TO rat WORLD  ;THB "ACin BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOU* ILLUSTRATIONS  i       liTERALLY TALK   U.NW-ACTUUD IV <|.||L.N OU*U��.  ',,   IHlClUAHD^I"!  TUP m/MMk RM��Ht>  ssmtm  *man*v.vKow  TBW80AY, XABCH *, 1M4  Oyama (foyers  mCoiftMMe  VEBNON FEUIT UNION WILL MAKE,  BIG BEDM'TIOH OK PACKING  |      AUD HANELiM, CHARGE,?  Substantial- reduetion* ia the packing and handling ior all kinds of fruit  this year, wars two, et the important  point* brought out. at a masting of  the Oyema grow*, held, at Oyamt  pubhe hall last Jfatdajt. ntteraoon.  K. BebeUwa,. manntr of the OkaBr  ages United. (Irowsra,, aad W. Scott  'Alias ead J.W. Hayward, directors ol  | tbe Vernon Fruit Union, went from  I Vernon to addtssa, th*.meeting which  I mated from 9 o'clock ia the afteraoon  j until nearly .7.s�� ia the.evening. The  i meeting wm held under the auapiom oi  I ths Oyama Beard, of Trade, and J.  Itiuin acted.as chairman.  I I Mr. UebeEteoa begaa hit addrem by.  'cbniplimeutiag .the reaidwits of Oyama  'on their new cubits ball, thi conveni-  'auoe, comrettsnass j and epkmdld np-  peareaee oi whloh ia a .urprise to all  visitors,.  f There- are some problems in connection with the Central which 1 wish to,  explain to you," laid Mri Robertson.,  ''You have aU heard rumort of various,  kinds, and I am here to give yon the.  .'acta, and answer all question! to the.  beet of my. ability.  Mr. Robertson then rehearsed briefly:  the history of the Central and re-,  minded hh uuditort, of whom there,  were about no, that when the Central  began operations it had practically no  capital, that Home of the unions,were.  tiot formed, and many of the growers,  had not signed contracts,���a fact.  Iwhicl, made proper estimates of the,  jamwuut of the crop to be handled .prao  ttcally impossible.  " The existing wholesale and brokerage,  brganizationfl in the prairie provinces.  were then    explained by the   speaker,  who )ravc reasons for his firm ooavic-  END'S  l-PIJif M' |  GILLETTS LYB  EATS DIRT  bald out for,, aad received higher prices  than its competitors.  The proposed "Ian to borrow monqr  on grower.' eootraott in ordsr-to make  advaneea to growers, waa exptaiasd,  and .atsi Robertson declared that, the  Usntral would borrow toWy for that  rmrpeee, and for no other.  Atkedwhy the Central did aot borrow on the contracts in ordsr to get a  find with whioh to fight brokerage  Houses on the prairies, he retorted 'by  risking il any one would (think it  sbund'businsse to risk the entire crop  of the valley for one year in such a  fight.  > A savin-' of many thousands ot dollars on bones this year was declared  probably by the speakers, basing bis  calculations on contract, for .boats,  efc., already .clsasd. Substantial sav-  ipg on pails and paper ware alte.fore-  tion that the only feasible way to  work laat .year was through the exist-!  ing channels of trade. "It is my  firm conviction," he said,' "that the  brokerage charges cost us nothing,  though we paid out mace than $!,000  brokerage fees, for the brokers did  give us distribution. Wt handled fruit,  vegetables and hay worth W1-.  and the charges ol the Central's entire operations were only. 5.4 per east.,  ���ft the whole.  One reaeon for dissatisfaction has  been that many growers have, looked  for net returns to themselves, to be the  same as the figures published of net  return* to the Central, forgetting that  the handling charges of the Central  had to be deducted, as well as the  packing and overhead charge! of the  locale. There has also been a certain  coalition in tim���minds of the grower!  at. to the proper, function., ol the Jo.  call and Central, The local, unions  receive, grade, and pack the fruit aad  uroduoe, whereas, th*. Central merely  assembles and markets,tbe shipments^.'  , William Hayward,,; of Oyama than  quarried, the speaker concerning cemein  alleged contracts .for tha. delivery., ol  ipo carloads ol. applet..  I Mr, Robertson deujud the eriaUnc��of  such a,contract, but ��� told', of,, tana  contracts, ,one for ^0 east and .ooejos  Ttj aod then explained the condition,  leading up to each deal.  Questioned concerning the rumors  than m.oy growers bad broken their  contracts with the looal, Mr. Robert;  son gave actual figuree, allowing the  reports to be unfounded. Only four  or live growera heve cancelled their.  contract* with the Vernon union, one  al l'eoAipton, foal or five, at Armstrong, .ad, none at,.Salmon Arm,. Ean  derby, Peachland .nor Sumir^rLaad.. AU  ol the growers, *t KcKmna c.ocelloi  the old rontraota, because ol j. . legfll  ttwhnicality, and art now signing.  ���new form uf agreement.  Mr, Koberttoe. at, the rsqueet ol  p. M. Watte, explained thoroughly,to*  Itincipla, ol. the. oo-opurativ. movi  and tnattt dear the onganiaatien pf thta  lacaUiand tW(WrdJa,Ah��X)kaaaaaa,  AssoratAioa, He showed, tht ntceirity,  fr.en.the point of view oi the DeatraJ/  of. the grown signiig, ooatracts .with  tlmloeala,  "Wamust bate contracts ,.nd apptex.  iwattiestimates, in order to. judge ot  our trade prpepaott," he. said. "Sup-,  pxw.s,. for instance,. that irom, a gyreo  d/strict we eapett only tea ton.., ot  apples, .and get instead fifty, torn . or  suppose we expect fifty tons (rom a  man who has promised to ship through,  our organisation, but who finally, not  being bound by ooatract, sethr only  ten tons thtough as. In the one cam  ����o miglat have a short age, and might  have o'/ersoM beyond our power of  delivery. If* we can know, aporoxi-  matefy, what we shall have to sell,  Wc can then prepare intelligently to  market <the produce.  Mr. Boberteoa then made the declaration, wHetr he supported by reaeV  inp ��� large number of letters and  telegram* received during the marketing season, that the Central lest  year had been the main factor in main-,  taming and' etMuaWag prion, and>ed  enabled indrvidaal buyeri to parfowd  prion. Mr. |MMttsos give anrnttMs.  tnttaame fat   which the Central   aM  W. Scott Allan,, in a brief .eddrees,  promised a marked reduction in packing charges at,tht Vemon union this  year, and promised, aid from, the union  for Oyama growers in the. matter ot a  taom. convenient packinghouse aa-  rjuigemejit this .year than last. The  erection of a .permanent, packing house  on the, lake is not considered advis  able because of the.probable early  advent of tht C.N.E., and the advisability of then building, a packing house  on the railway tracks.  Egbert Trask, of Oyama pointed out  that a substantial saving could be  made, if shippers did. their p.iaking at  home, and Mr. Hayward, in a short  arddrees outlined the activities and  plana of the Vernon union and Central  and declared his belief that after two  year, more , th* co-operative marketing  efn'ruit and produce from,the, Okiasv  a/an would more, than have madegood  (Jkt claim, and. promised, of the, support era of the movement,.  Altera unanimous resolution of  thanks to the three, speaker., the  meeting was adjourned.  THE" CANftDTAN EXM.  Off CQMMBfiCE  B BIlsatJMI J a M a M, Cy.O. LUC* D&f*. Pr.slla.l  R LAnta,;. tuWelED  "���tis||��|��as��n awfclf I Ceassmlismsajfie  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $.12,500/^00  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The &/��*%*)  ot Commerce to beroperated by mail, and will recefv^tha  careful attention as Is given to all other departments ofithe  's baslrfess.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in tlsbj  way as satisfactorily a* by a personal visit to the-Banlt,       M  KELOWNA BRANCH HijtfnPMWUift, Mgr  t    BAPTIBT YOUNtt PEOPLE'S'  SOCIETY  .-"The-Baptist Young People'e Society  #ee favored-with a lattore by Bee.  J. C. Switier, on Monday evaatag.  hit subject bsiag "The Brathasaood of  ��at" '  Mr. Switser opened his lecture by  remarking that some people did not  Ha. to be called the brotbem oi tha  tAnf ten and other Orientals, but there  others who liked the idea, aa it  t>es. aa incentive to them to do all  they could to help them. These Orientals, hs claimed, ware brothers and  listen with the possibilities aad po-  teatialitiet to bt like oursslvee il they  war. given the knowledge we had. Ia*  Answering the- qumtion- where the idea  of brotherhood originated he taid it  did not originate in pagan leads,  whsee lathe case, of the. Chinese there  was,natioaal exeluiieev and in  thaeeiU exclusion; it.did aot originate  la Jndaiam, but mCamatiaaity iteelf,  the. baatt ot wateh deotriae waa. tha  rather of all men, and aU men brethren.. Mr. Switser dealt with ten dim  eenoeatiea theaaoienU. had of brota-  erhood, 'and hoar Otifisa. row, died  down aad rom again in Chrittianity  He.went on to saetthat there were  oblifatiee..waist, resulted.ia brother-  haed/ these bstngv(l) ��*��� membsae of  tho brotlktraoed meet sasritto*  owe interests lot the internets of the  bewtherhaod as a- whole, aad' (a) ths  brotherhood mutt stead up for  protection ol Ite itufber.. In  tleo with the latter point-he aUuded  ta. th. |apier treJie, the social problem aad tht greed'of men, nasi  the qnsetiaev "It aot tbeobilgetien upon ue to da our very beet to pteteet  the weaker member, of the body?" A  discussion followed and a hearty vot*  of thanks wat aenorded'to Mr. Swit-  ��er for bis lecture. Next Monday  there will be .a panes on "An evening  with Tennyson" with appropriate musical - selections from the'works of the  rTha aviator, are busy geaeratiag hot  sir preparatory to malriag the trene-  fllghtt  ii i   ,i istfl|rs��w*wmr-��  'A ���fmaaeial paper stetes that Wit  wat a bumper year. Any numb* of  people eta vouch tor tht bumps.  I.  a  WE CAN REPAIR IT  Senour Mock of New and Seeond-Hand Hataess,, Sperial. Sanitary, Sweat  Peskoend Back Pada.        They can be warimd.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREE t Hemem Maker KELOWNA  Store adjoining th. 25ctatorc  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepbura Flits  A large acreage will be planted this spring with  standard varieties   .  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cask, oalancetosdtpurckaaar  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  UMITED  WtviHAVE ON HAMn A SPlINUQATOCILjOfh  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks.  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IViouMiiifs, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limit��*,  The Orchard Players  of British Columbia  A Dramatio Movement ot Great Interest  Will Open in Kelowna On  Eaeter Monday  that  [LAWS ON PLUMBING ABE CHAOTIC  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWETSON send MAOTLE, Ltd.  Things art moving rapidly in  oountry ol opportunities. When  stop to consider the growth ol  cities, the up to date applianoet,  means of communication and locomotion and the scores ol other conveniences with which we are lurrounded it  seems scarcely possible to realise that  our oountry ie to young.  Our professional men are modern  in their methods, our craftsmen eager  lor new ideas, in fact we have progressive men in practically every walk  of life-exoept one.  The drama, so far ha. received little  attention and we have had to put  up with what we could get. The larger cities, of coune have received occasional visits- from the best English  and American companies, but they  have been few and far between. It  would appear at first sight that we  lacked interest in the theatre, but a  hasty view of the situation will show  us the real cause. Out geographical  oosition haa muoh to do with it. Companies coming from the east find  themselves confronted with big rail'  way fares and heavy expenses with  the' result that their profits, when  there are any, are small. Another  difficulty is the lack of theatres oap-  able of holdlnr* sufficiently large audiences. As the average theatrical manager is not a philanthropist he is obliged to confine his movements to those  districts where there are -more theatres  and fewer fares. These circumstances  naturally increase the chances of a  company resident in British Columbia,  whose expenses will be much smaller,  owing to the fact that tney are on  the spot.  With such a wide field at hand and  such uninue opportunities it is scarcely to be wondered at that someone baa  at last seen the possibilities of ths  situation and we are shortly to witness the advent of a dramatic company all tbe members of which will be  residents of British Columbia, some  hailin? from Kelowna, some from Summerland, and two from Duncan, while  arrangements are now being made  with an old Bensonian, who though at,  present in New York, is shortly to  take up his home in the province.  The Orchard Players will give their  initial performance at Kelowna on  Easter Monday, playing "David Gar-  rick" the first nieht. and on Tuesday,  ���'The Truth."  It is their intention to play in all  the principal citiee ia the province, including Victoria and Vancouver, after  which they will pay a short visit to  the United States, playing in Seattle,  Olympia, Tacoma, South Band and  eeveral other towns in Washington.  That the nompeny it a strong    one  it easily seen by a glanoe at the cast:  Mrs. A. L. Soames, Mm. Ltggs Willie,  Mils de Taoren, Mill Dykes, Messrs. A.  L. Soames,   A. Ltgge Willis, L. Boot  Dunrobin,   William Sauter,   Tennyson  Collins and   probably Frank Arundel.  Mrs. A. L. Soames, batter known   to  London   play-goert   at Dora Eignold,  will play "Ada" la "David Garriek,"  aad "Becky" ia "Tba Truth."    Miss  Bigaold's talent aad ehtrming personality are well known bare, and    "Ihe  Orchard   Players"   must be oongratU'  lated upon   tha   good   fortune   that  makes it possible to include bar    in  the out.    Muoh ol Mill Bigaold's ax.  perisnoe was gained ia Australia   aad  America; but of ooUret tbe Moose    oi  all English   player, is London,    and  here she haa fulfilled sngagemento with  ���nob famous acton aa Sir John Hare,  H. B. Irving and   Sir George Alexander, while one of her but ssxpamaesa  waa with   Sir Herbert Tree at "His  Majestiee" ia "Pinkie and tbe Fairies".  Mr.    Soames,    who    will   appear aa  Squire   Chivy and Boland, waa lor a  ooneidsrable time enooiated with   W.  S. Poalty ia "CharhVi Aunt,"   with  Lewit Waller, Cyril Maude  and  Lady  Baaeroft.  Mr. L. Baee Dunrobin, though    ua>  to Kelowna audieacse, Is well  I Ixrorlon, oat ofbit bit ap-  beiag with Fred Terry     la  The Starlet PtaperneJ." He hat alto  played rinder the management of Sir  Henry   Irving, Sir Charlss Wyndkam.  Bobson, Madame  Maauaova  many   other   famous players i/j  America and South Africa.  Mr. William   Sauter,   who bat  'appeared   bare eeveral timet with     aba  Soaansrlaad Players, for many yearn  supported that fine actor E. S.     Wil-  lard, both in London and America. Ha  wat  fortunate enough to serve,   aJao  under tht   management of Sir   Johnston Forbes Robertson, where he     received much valuable training.   Other  maaagements inolude Daniel Frohman,  James K. Haekett and Eleanor Bob-  son. Thai is not his first incursion into the realm   of management.     Some  four yean ago be onranised a     company ol English acton m New York  (New York   ia full of British   .etors)  company he   took to Toronto  tor a ait   weeks engagement  tt    the  Royal Alexandra Theatre. They stayed ten weeks, bat tbe strain of ttudy-  a> a long pact eaoh week combined  with the responsibility of management  proved too much for Mrs and a severe  nervous breakdown waa the re.uk.  His three years stay in the Okanagan  however has proved ouch a restorative  that he is anxious to return to his  old profession.  Mr. and Mri. A. Ltgge Willis, an  still remembered for their delightful  performances in "Dandy Dick" "She  Stoops to Conquer," "Kitty Clive"  and several other productions.  Mr. Frank Arundel hat just completed two seasons in New York, one in  "Milestones" and one in "General  John Regan." Previous to this he was  for some yean with Sir George Alexander in London, when he must have  gained muoh sound experience, and  thia, combined with the Shakespearian  training under F. R. Benson, should  make him a valuable addition to the  Orchard Players.  The remaining members of the company an Mis. Mary Dykes, Miss de  Thoren and Mr. T. Collins.  A special feature of the playen will  be the advertising. Mr. C. Austin  Cooper it now engaged upon a number  of oil paintinge, including portraits of  the playen and scenes from the plays.  A special poster has also been designed by him. The scenery is in tbe excellent hands ol Mr. Edgar MoKie,  whose models will shortly be on view  ia Mr. Crawford's windows. Mr. Bert  Lequesne will be the advance representative.  It is hoped that the Orchard Players  will meet with every success in their  enterprise for it is a sound one end  should do much to forward ths interests of the drama in this oountry.  In the Dominion ol Canada we have  no recognized universal standard! regarding sanitary plumbing and ventilation, but are governed by a multiplicity oi lawe and by-laws, adopted by  the governing bodies of our cities and  towns and enforced according to their  own interpretation." With these words  Mr. John W. Bruoe, General Organizer,  of the United Association of Plumber*  and Steamfittera, prefaced an address  at the fifth annual meeting ol the  Commission of Conservation on the  subject ol the present chaotic state of  sanitary law in Canada, and the need  for its unification.  In the course of his address, Mr.  Bruce emphasized tbe importance ol  sanitary plumbing in its relation to  public health. He compared Montreal,  with a death rate of 20 par thousand,  withToronto, which has a death rate  ol t2.e and attributed the difference in  large part, to the more lax enforcement of sanitary regulations in tht  the former. In many hotels, he said  then wen not enough conveniences.  neither wen they kept properly clean.  In apartment houses, conservation of  speee was suoh an important item  that ventilation waa sadly neglected.  He blamed speculative building for  the unsanitary conditions in many private houses. Tbe speculative builder  considered outside appearance more  than proper sanitation. Inspection  was very necessary in workingmea's  houeee, as these men wen less able to  protect themselves against the negligence of unscrupulous builders.  A great need, very much overlooked  in Canada, wan public comfort stations. These should be erected aot  merely in parka snd pleasure reeorte,  but in the busiest portions of onr  cities, where the need was greatest. Al  it wat, hotels and publio buildings bad  to beer a burden that the cities themselves should shoulder, w''h the result  that the conveniences in these places  wen sadly overtaxed. Sanitary drinking fountains ahould also be provided  at oubHo ej'penie.  In oonchision Mr. Bruoe pointed out  that laUifactory conditions^ would  never obtain so long es each city or  town had Hs own regulations. Plumbers traveling from one piece to another had to familiarize themselves with  new taws, and sometimes to past new  lotions in everv place. Moreover,  dwelren in rural districts, beyond the  north of urban influence, wen not protected by any legal standard. The so-  ioa, be believed, could only be found  lyi a Dominion law, setting up a universal standard from ooast to ooast,  leaving each municipality free to eup-  pbanent such standard by l��-laws designed to secure adaption to apaoial  looal condition..  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CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Mrs. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZI STREET'  Opposite Sutherland Av  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  New Six-Roomed  House, close in  $30 per month  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice ia hereby given that I, Herbert I. Johnston, of Kelowna, B.C.,  Hotel keeper, intend to ul'p'v f��r a Ii'  ence to nrospeot for co.il and petro-  eum over the following described  ands:���Commencing at u post planted  80 chains north of tbe north-east corner of Lot No. 4222; thence south 80  baina: thence west 80 chains; thence  north 80 chains; and thence east 80  hains to the point of conimencomei  containing 640 acres, more or lesa.  Dated 23rd January,  1014.  H. I. JOHNSTON  11-15 J. H. Christie. Ac  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notioe is hereby given that I, Henry  B. Burtch, of Kelowna, B.C., Farmer,  intend to apply Io. �� licence to prospect for coat and petroleum over the  following described lands:���Commenc  ing at a post planted 80 cbaias north  of the north-west oorner of Lot No.  1221; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;  and thenoe west 80 chains to the point  of commencement; containing 640 acres  more or less.  Dated 23rd January, 1914.  HENRY B. BURTCH.  Il-lfl J. H. Christie, Agent  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that I, Alexander McQuarrie, of Kelowna, B. C,  Merchant, intend to apply for a licence  to prospect for coal and petroleum  over the following described lands:���  Commencing at n post planted 2 miles  north of the north-east corner af Lot  No. 1222; thenoe north 80 chains.  thence west 80 chains; thence south  80 chains; nnd thence    east 80 chains  o the point of commencement;    con  taining 610 acres, more or less.  Dated 22nd January, 1914.  ALEXANDRR McQUARRIE  IMS J. H. Christie, Agent  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that I, Henry  H. Millie, of Kelowna. B.C., Gentkr-  man, intend to apply for a licence to  prospect for coal and petroleum over  the following described lands:��� Commencing at a post planted 80 chains  north ol the north enst corner of Lot  No. 4222; thence north 80 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence south  80 chains; and thence east 80 chains  to the point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.  Dated 23rd January,  1914.  HENRY H. MILLIE.  11-18 J. H. Christie, Agent  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice ia hereby given that I, Simon  P. Elliott, of Kelowna, B. C, Heal  Estate Agent, intend to apply lor a  licence to prospect lor eoal and petroleum over the following described  ands:��� Commencing at a poat planted 80 chains north ol the north-west  corner ol Lot No. 4221; thence so'ith  80 chains; thence east 80 ohains: r'ncuco  north 80 chains; and thenoe west SS,  ohains to the point ol ooihmcnoemrsi.ti  containing 640 acres, more or less*  Dated 23rd January, 1914.  S, T. ELLIOTT.  11-16 J. H. Christy, Agent  Alfalfa in Mature  Irrigated Orchards  THOBSDAT, MABCH 8, 1914  em 'i    ��� i m i', 9BJa*mM**~mMmmmss-  By R.  M. Winslow, Provincial  HorticulturaliBt  Clean cultivation oi orchards una  citrous groves wus minuted, and is  anil practised in Luliiornia. Clean  cultivation, continued over a perioa  of years, sooner or later exhausts the  leruuty ot the soil, particularly the  organic matter: this is especially true  in dry bell sections where the amount  of decayed vegetable matter, on which  ���oil fertility largely depends, ie relatively small, lu Oregon and Washington, the fruit growers, who have followed the clean cultivation system  almost religiously, have found their  soil depleted of fertility, harder to  work, and the trees siUl'ering iu vitality and producing smaller yields of  fruit.  Cover crops, sown in the fall and  ploughed down in the spring, have  given encouraging results, though tho  method ia rather costly. The difficulties ol clean cultivation, as well as  its high coats, have compelled fruit  growere of the south to ask whether  some other method of cultivation  could not be devised, that would restore fertility and increase the health  of the trees and the yields per acre.  After a great deal of experimenting,  much of which 1 have watched with interest on my visits over there, it has  been proved very decidedly that, under many conditions, it is quite practicable uud very Ibenelioial to keep mature orchards in alfalfa for years. The  extensive trials given the aliaUa sod  culture in VYcnatchee aud Yakima have  now gained general approval, and very  many of the orchards iu the irrigated  sections are now being sown to alfalfa.  In the Yakima valley, Mr. W. P.  Sawyer, Kx President of the Washington State Horticultural Society, ' hus  had remarkable results with a Bartlett  pear orchard <of live aud three-fifths  acres, now 2u years old, in which he  sowed alfalfa fjifteen years ago. The  soil is a very deep volcanic ash. The  alfalfa has never been ploughed since  it was planted in 1898, and the yields  of fruit for tho 716 Bartlett trees ou  the plot are as follows:  Boxes  Sixth year         WO  Eighth year     1**'  Eleventh year ��    I888  Thirteenth year      2M"  Sixteenth year   ,    8822  Eighteenth yeisr  -    ��M6  Twentieth year (1813)    6000  Other years, not stated, gave similar  yields; the total production irom the  fifth to the tvrentieth year, inclusive,  being 4:i,n;i7 boxes. The orchard was  irrigated three times a year, and ths  alfalfa, which wa.s sown very thinly, is  cut. three timea .and the crop is left  on the ground. The trees are in very  healthy condition and the orchard is  one of the mos t productive in ths  country.  A block of fitty-two Winesap apple  trees, near Mr. '.Sawyer's place, also  in alfalfa, gave '.in its sixth year 460  boxes; if, its seventh year 650 luxes';  in its eighth year- (1918) 700 boxes.  These trees show, however, the results  of vci.-y heavy bearing. I quote these  trees to show 1h:at it is quite possible  to 'have very great productiveness in  orchards und er alfalfa.  A block of one hundred trees ol  rr>taymnn Winesapn, seven years old.  near North Yakima, produces approximately 10R<> boxes this year. This also  is in alfalfa, and the trees look very  fresh and healthy.  The most observant and progressiva  fruit growere in Yakima and Wenatohoa  stated to me that the mature orchards  alfalfa were producing more fruit  better fruit, and were more healthy  than those under clean cultivation,  even when the clean cultivated orchards were manured heavily.  In the Hood River valley, which is  normally non-irrigated and where elean  cultivation has produced an undeslr-  soil condition, resulting in some un*'  healthiness to the trees and lessened  yields, they are using red clover and  use irrigation water on it. The result  has been eminently favorable; the trees  have improved in condition very noticeably. Two years ago, Hood River  imported ��2o,ooo.oo worth of hay a  year; now they import none, and yet  the orchards from which the clover-  hay wae cut are in better shape than  they were.  I strongly believe that many of onr  dry belt orchards can be sown to alfalfa successfully. The trees should bt  at least, six years old, and the soil  must be sufficiently deep. Orchards on  gravelly or light, or shallow soils  would probably suffer if sown to alfalfa. There must also be sufficient irrigation water available, though many  observations in Yakima and Wenatchee  would seem to show that very little  more water is required for orchards in  alfolf-. than when tins- are clean cultivated. This is especially the ease  if the alfalfa is sown thinly; three or  four pounds of seed per acre is sufficient.  Alfalfa sown thinly in mature orchards in our dry belt would restore  fertility to the soil and improve the  vigor of the trees. It would help to  check excessive growth and promote  friatfulness; fruit would be a better  quality and color, and there would be  less water-core and fruit pit; the trees  would also be more resistant to blight  incidentally, the cost of cultivation  would be considerably lessened. and  there would be a certain amount of  food provided for chickens, hogs, cows  and horses.  The most important objections io  putting orchards in. alfalfa are as  follows:  (1) .OopherB, mice and moles ore  always more injurious in sod than  under clean cultivation.  (2) Alfalfa certainly requires some  more water.  (9) Growers would be tempted to  overdo it, sow too heavily, and ran  the alfalfa primarily for hay, possibly  to the detriment of the trees.  (4) A sod crop keeps the soil cool.  This would result in less plant food  being available in the early spring,  when much is desired to help In the  setting of the fruit. This objection  does not hold in Yakima and Wenat-  chec, where both soil and air temperatures are higher than with us.  Everything considered, alfalfa is  worth experimenting with in dry bert  orchards.  To promote a better knowledge ol  the matter, the Agricultural Department has secured Mr. P. S. Darlington  State Horticuhturalist lor Wenatchee,  to talk on "Alfalfa In Mature Orchards" at Farmers' Institute meetings i announced in another column.  The importance oi the subject and  Mr. Darlington's intimate practical acquaintance with it will make his lectures extremely interesting to fruit  growers, generally.  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVlSIOlf  Notios is hereby given that 1, Bob-  rt A. Copeland, of Kelowna,, B. C,  Real Estate Agent, intend to apply  lor a lieenoe to prospect for eoal and  petroleum over the following described  lands:���Commencing at a poet planted  160 chains north oi the nor th-west corner of Lot No. 4921; thaatw north 80  chains; thence east 80 ebtains; thence  south 80 chains; and the] nee west 80  chains ta the point of commencement;  containing 640 acre:., more or less.  Dated 22nd January, 1914.  R. A. COPELAND.  1118 .1. H. Cliristte, Agent  Phone  217     -     Leckie Block  YALE LAND DISlTUCr  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notioe is hereby (iven that. .1, iSt*.'-  .rt    McDonnell,    of Kelo'fna.,    D.  C.��  finer, intend to apply for a   lis ence to  n-ospect for eoal and patrolerur 1   over  he following desoribed lands:���    Com-  nencing   at a    post planted  | . miles  lorth of the north-east corner . of Lot  No.    4222;    thenoe   north   80 1 chains;  hence west 80 chains; thence so  uth 80  chains; thence east 80 chain* t  0   the  point of    commencement;     ent   .aining  j 640 aores, more or lets.  Dated 22nd January, 19141.  ROBEBT MdXr  SHELL.  11-18 J. JX Chsfa*   ,, 'Agtnt  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there it also a lot of money in it if  you desire lo raite them for your own table or to tell them  to your neighbour!. You can have a chicken dianer every  day for' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract Call and see our list and let ns also  give yon some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. 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Be. 671 FheaaeS  wa Buy Everything Uaed in the Houae  Cell and inspect our stock of  STOVES. BEDS. TABLES,  a*.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  oa Easy Terms, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount for Caah.  flkrta for all kinds of Machine!  SBsMSjsarS  KBWWNA  KBCOKD  Auction Sale  FRIDAY, MAR. 27,19N  At Kelowna, B.C.  LAFAYETTE  Pore Bred French Draft Staffi.ii  Recorded in Volume 8, National Horte  Begut**>, of. French Draft Horses, under tne number 12060, the stallion,  known as LaFayetto, oolor dark  Brown, Black Hone. Tail and Legs,  Star ia forehead. Weight 2000 pounds,  best of aotion. This Is positively one  ol the beat stallions ever imported into Canada. He is a perfect type oi  heavy draft horse. Offers ranr/ing irom  tisoo.oo to.tBMO.oo.have been turned  down for this horse, in the past two  years. He will be sold to the highest  bidder, at Kelowna. March 27, 1014.  SIRE  Negus, 10712, (40280) He by Bbule d'or  (10120) out ol Rigelette (28423;, Bonk  d'or (19129) he by Calypso (18367).  DAH  Salvedore II, 8800, she by Lachasse,  6179 (1560) out ol Salvedore 2612 La-  chasae 6170, (1650) he by AttiOa, out  of Ninie, she by Heroule, Attilla, by  Bonn.  HITCHNEB BROS, Owners  '    Westbank, B. 0.  (fro. ear eSrl"Oasi��^iiatwt.);  On Monday last the Okanagan Centre Players gave-air entertainment in  ed, was well worthy ol a hill hoose,  but unfortunately very lew of the rati-  ideate turned out, but the few who did  certainly had a good time. The oro-  jgvam included the following Hems: ��� ��� ���  Chorus.���Coleur de Rose.  Solo.���Floating down the River.  . Trio.-Jaok and Jill.  Solo.���Tom of Devon.  Duet.���Thing,   are    not   what they  seem.  Solo.���You made me love yon.  Bell Trio from Pinaforti.   ,     ,  Solo.���Under the Cotton Moon.  Duet.���A Bad Boy and a Good Girl..  Topical Song.��� In the, year 1920.  Chorus.���Tin Toe.  Sketch.���Box and Cor.  On Sunday next the monthly ser  vice of the Church ol England will be  conducted by the Rev. J. F. Smith,  in-the literarv hall at'the school house  at 7 p.m. Everybody welcome.  J. C. STOCKWELL  Auctioneer     -  -  -   -  Kelowna, B. 0.  City of Kelowna  DOG TAX  Notice is hereby given that the dog  tax for the year 1014 is due and payable at the City Court House, Water-  street. Dogs running at large without  a tag ior the. year. 1014 will be Impounded. .      i    ".  R. SUTHERLAND.  14-n Chief Constable.  SHERIFF'S SALE  The Okanagan Lumber Co. Ltd.  The Okanagan Lumber Co., Ltd.,  Dalgleish 4 Harding, Hoppe & Duksr,  Ltd., Kelowna Sawmill Co. Ltd., versus British North American Tobacco  Co., Ltd.  Under aad by virtue oi write ol executions, issued out ol the Supreme  Court and the County Court ol Tale  in the above entitled aotion ior the  turn of 18179.43 betides Sheriff's lees  and other legal expenses, and to Be  directed and delivered, I have duly  levied'npon the following property) to  wit:  . Live Stock, Form Implements, Wagons etc, Stock in Trade, Offioe fittinga  Four-Oer racing skiff, etc.  Notioe is therefore given that on  Monday, the lsthday of March, 1014,  at the hour ol 2 o'clock p.m., ot said  day at The Mission Beach/ Keiowne.  I will sell by public miction tha above  described property, or so much thereof at will satiety claim and oosts.  Dated thle 18th day of February,  1914.  SALE POSTPONED TO MAR. 16  WBNTWORTH F. WOOD.  Sheriff, Yale County.  Per. Samuel. A. H. Brew,  Deputy Sheriff, Yale County  TERMS OABH �����!��  Items from Ellison  HERBERT FRYER AT THE  OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY NIGHT  The return visit ol Mr. Herbert Fry.  er, the eminent English pianist to Kelowna will no doubt be hailed with  pleasure by looal musicians and , the  music loving public .generally. It it  really only by the merest good fortune that Mr. Fryer is able to include  Kelowna in his American tour, being  attracted into the district by the presence of a relative who resides .near  Vernon. It was while on, former visit to this relative that he was induoed  to give a recital in Kelowna, and in  consequenoe of the enthusiasm of his  reception then he promised to pay.  return visit if ever circumstances permitted. It is in.fulfilment of thia promise that Mr. Fryer will be at the  opera house next Tuesday nieht.  Although still a young man Mr. Fryer'has achieved i the record of no ton  than forty recitals in London alone,  while in various other parts of the  world he has upheld the good name ol  the English pianist. He is olassed  among tho foremost pianists of ' the  present day, and has besides earned a  considerable reputation as a composer  of pianoforte mueic.  Auction Sale  of Household Furniture, Lira Stock, Farm  Implements, Wagon.  at residence of EARL BARNHIUi, old  Glees place, Vernon mad, an  Thursday, March 12th, 19M  at I JO o'clock n,m.  J. CJ STOCKWrXL   -   Auctioneer  Don't mist this tale  BARREfi RDC1C ECGSJ  Setrhun far Sad. from Ik Prise- Laying  attain ...   $1.50 for 13  D. MACFARLANE, Glenn Ave.  tS-llp-j  ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE  TOT LeFBVKB B8TATE  For Salt by Tender  la onhr to wind up tht aetata this  trainable property will be told,    aad  aft invited lor the parobmec of  ���p.to Marsh StHh, 1914.  Estate aoatittt of lit acne, mostly  sdtr cultivation, with its own    inri-  gatkn sjtlto, for rarthar particulars'visitors who will drive  apply it Bee M��, Ktiowna. 19M car lor the first then.  WITH THE MOVIES FOR THE COMING WBEK  In speaking ol the pictures ior tbe  coming weak Manager Duncan said:  Tha programs we have bean showing  at the Opera House of late have beta  to uniformly good that it ia difficult  to give ont a higher plnoe than another. Howevar special mention may  be made of Tuesday's pioture "Unto  the Third Generation," a Victor drama  with Florence Lawrence in the lead.  The name oi Mist Lawrenoe in 'iteell  is a powerful drawing eard, and that  coupled with the Victor production*  ahould greatly i nterest tha. picture  lovers.  On Wednesday a stirring drama ol  the old piratical dayt will be ahown  "Under the Black Flag." In this picture a new brand will mako it* bow  to the Kelowna publio, namely the  "Gold Sua,." From the advance information this make oi films should  prove as worthy as itt name'implies.  Now we come to a pioture that should  specially interest par patrons ".lean's  Evidence" shown on Thursday, Maich  12th. This is an English made pioture with Florence Turner in tbe title  role. Mits Turner is, perhaps the moat  popular actress shown on the ton  today, and her fame is well deserved  for she has law, il any equals ia tht  art oi pantocaine. These few pioturet  together with others ot equal worth  sad interest nit tat, tba coming wi  a least of good things lor the devotes,  of the silent dnaaa.  AUTO-CHAIRS FOR PANAMA-  PACIFIC    rftBOSmoN  Every visitor to-the Panama-Peelitt  International Exposition will have aa  opportunity el actually driving an  automobBe about th* grounds. A' oon-  ension hat barn let to a Chicago firm  to operate two hundred tiny motor-  driven.eaalrs. Bach one will seat two  persons and one'oi the persons mutt  aet at chauffeur. The machines are  propeUed by electricity and have the  ordinary electric motor-car steering  system ol the bar-handle and are provided with htakes, As the speed of  the machine, ia not high no danger  could potsiUy result from their use by  tho novioe in the automobile game.  In audition to its exceptional utility  in tnvetetar the ��2�� acres ol the   ex-  position site the motor chain will be  a novelty to hundreds of thousands of  their    own'  sB!i#iw?*H  School Report*  Month  FEBRUARY  Kelowna  On Roll Average  0rv.      I     82 80.02  "      II   37 84.85  "     HI     89 85.28  "     IV      82 *��.����  , "      V     88 ��.  "'., VI     88 20.87  "    VII     86 88.lt  "   VHl  ..".    32 28.88  "     IX     32 26.08  "      X      20 28.87  "     IX'    32 28.17  "    XII     30 27.88  Total      807     868.08  Attendance percentage   01.7  HONOR ROLL  Division I.���Ewart Fletcher, Francis  Buokland, Vivian Jones.  Division. II.���Geo. Pettigrew, Almeda  Oakes, Russell Leckie.  Division III.���Charlie Stuart, Dorothea Buck, Terence Crowley.  Division IV.���Flora Ball, Nellie Jones  Annie Wilson.  Division V.���Ralph Weddell, Bessie  Haug, Margaret Sandere.  Division VI.���Geo. Ryder, Robert Ryder, Donald Balsillie.  Division VII.���Willie Andrews, Henry  Witter, Willie Stuart.  Division VITI.-Ralph Ball, Earl Wilson, Howard Leathley.  Division IX.-Geo Newton, Winnie  Andrews, Jack Ryder.  Division X.���Elwyn Williams, Patricia Stewart, Mildred' Cox.  Division XI.���Harry Hubbard, John  Aiken, Francis Patterson.  Black Mountain  DIVISION I  Stud-  Leslie Richards . .  Merriam Wooleey  JConsuela Woolsey  Elwood Fleming .  Delbert Barber . .  Milton Bird . . .  Blanche Ford. . .  Lillian Sproule .  Billy Plowman . ,  Earla McDonald .  Mildred Ford . . .  Beth Dalgleish .  .  DIVISION n  Klsie Brown ....  86  Verna Ford ....  83  Hazel Betsett ....   84  Elmer Bice 82  llona Ruth Woolsey 78  Elva Fleming ...   82  Minnie Monlord ...  82   .  Evelyn Sproule .  John Campbell .  Canon Daltrleiah  87  88  88  86  80  86  84  88  86  Con-  Atten-  duct  dance  99 ��    77  74  71  73  68  82  70  loO  100  98  100  100  98  100  000  99  96  99  ���7  100  SS  95  ��  97  97  93  71  KELOWNA RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB  A match between Kelowna and the  "Benches'' has been arranged, for Saturday, ths 7th inst. The kick off will  take place at 3.30 sharp, at the public  park grounds. It it to be hoped all  followers ol the game will turn out  and give their support. Anyone desirous of playing kindly notify J. S.  Lloyd, Bank of Montreal or turn up  at' the grounds.  On Saturday, 14th it is probable that  Vernon1 will play Kelowna hen. A  very good game should be the result,  aa Vernon an moat anxious to avenge  their former defeats of'last year. Them  will be a prattles at 4 o'clock every  Thareday. Teams for Saturday will  probably be,the following:  Kelowna*���Heyland, Wilton, Walllit,  F.vell, BeH, Hopkina, Manifold, Lloyd  Fordham, Thomson, P. Cameron, Mar-  tindala, Artkens, Bennett, Standing.  Benohes.- BirheW, Lloyd, Berryman,  Temple, Hhroara, I Cameron, Stirring,  D. Anderson, J! Anderson, J. Stirring,  Shaw, Goods, taca., Mathias and New  bold.  See DalgMah k Harding's lull page  advsrtieetnent in thit issue, it will pay  you to read this carefully and take  advantage ol the splendid reductions  in priest. The Evely Sale. Co., an  in charge aad they assure you greet  values.  A proposal to remove the bones of  Columbus tram Santa Domingo to tho  the Panama-Pacific- Exposition has  received the approval of the Dominican government.  Sir Edward Poynter, preaident ol the  Royal Aoadtmy ol Great Britain, and  a oommittee el Unaoue British artists  have applied lor official recognition  Irom the government lor a British las  art section at tht Panama-Pacific Exposition.  Publicity  is the keynote of modern business  methods. Ta let the people know  just what, you have and what you  ��� (tan do for them is one of the first  essentials of a successful business today. Boldness and originality in advertising, backed up by a genuine  endeavor to give good service has  built up most of the successful business  houses of the last twenty-five years  Whether you are running  a Department Store or  the Smallest Business you  have something to tell the  people /most of the time  Tell it in the easiest and cheapest  way'���through the columns of a newspaper, which reaches the hojrie of  the people.  Job Printing  Commercial, Society, and all-  other kinds of Book Printing  Kel  R  owna  ecor  a  High-Class White Rocks  A few eettinfs from apKulty Mfccted pee, beaded by  Best Male in American Gate  at Kelowna Show, mated  with Wa splendid pullets, .acludlne FIRST  PROS breedmt pee. First sad 9etead Pullet  $5.00 per I5;. Utility, $2:00 pet 15  Apply Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  Ruiel Rtete No. I, Kakrwaa  .Vi ^mmm^^^^m^mmm  mm  **m  SHS?  mmmm  =;r;.=7V?=::  KELOWNA  RECOSD  ( wanted! ) Auction Sale  Prepaid Bates: 2 cents per word  tint insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., in  sorted for lees than !*"  All classified advartittmtnti must be  paid for in advance owing to the eott  attending the booking and charging ol  small items.  Copy may be received for theee ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPEUTY FOK SALE  FOB SALE- 20 acres fine fruit and  hay land, six miles Irom Kelowna on  Vernon road; also 7-roomcd houau  and two fine building lots onWilson  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Coatea, Lake-  view hotel. 23tf.  GOODS FOB fc'ALE  J''0K SALE.���Player Piano 88 note,  very beat make. Will sacrifice for  immediate cash. Apply Box 629, Kelowna, B. C. l��-17p  I'OR SALE.���High grade English gun,  by Walter Locke. Cheap. Can be  teen at Cox's second hand store. lCp  Kilt SALE.- Fresh milk cow.  .1. S. Gather. Phone 2204,  Apply  10-17  FOB SALE OR BENT.-New, modern  liungulow on Glenn Ave. Apply P.O.  Box :!llJ or on premises.        1D-I7p.  FOR SALE ��� Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, laud second cut Clover. Delivered or in stack. Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranch. 44 tl.  UAV FOB SALE - $18.00 per ton  in tht stack. 0. A. Ptarse, Creak-  side. 45ti.  FOR SALE.���Dry cord wood, pins aad  fir, guaranteed dry, (2.30 per riok  delivered. P. 0. Box 449. 'Phone  210S. 3ti.  FOR SALE.-Oat hay in good condition, also timothy hay. Apply A. W.  Cooke, Benvoulin, Box 633.      12-15  BEES FOK.SAi E.-Italian Carniolan  CrosB, also pure Italians 114.00 per  colony. Apply D. E. McDonald, Rutland. II  FOK SALE-Pekin Drakes for breeding  Also small separator, oapacity two  cows, Danish make. Apply C. E.  Wssks, Benvoulin. 13-16  FOB SALli.-Fifty tone of Oat and  wheat hay, first olass. Also few tons  second-cut hay. Apply R. J. Lund,  Benvoulia. 18tl.  FOR SALE.-Lady'a desk, Buffet, Hedi  cine Cabinet, two Occasional tables,  Plant stand, and pictures. All new.  Apply P. 0. Box Stl, or at Mrs.  Aaksw's. Clean av��nu*. 14-iip  SITUATIONS WANTED  WAYfED.-position on ranch, by married man. Experienced. Apply box  ����, Okanagan Mission n-Up  WANTID.-Work oa fruit ransh, by  aaperieneed gardsntr. Married, house  te haassll. Apply J. Baylia, Simpson  ���task, Miaaiea Road. 18-16  WAMTBD.-By Lady, position at house  keeper. Good capable oook. Apply  Box "W" Ktiowna Hteerd.        it-it  BOARD AND ROOMS  TO RENT.- Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent I18.su per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtf  MISCELLANEOUS  LOST-BLACK SOW, laat week from  Mission Ranch. Finder please notify  Dr. P. de Ffyffer. Reward Up  FINE NEEDLE WORK AND EMBROl-  dery. Apply Miss M. Ford, Sutherland avenue. Phone 8201 18-18  WANTED.���About 10 acres young orchard within 5 miles ol Kelowna on  Vernon Road. Apply Box. "K" Record offiss. 13-18  FOUND���On tht Black Mountain range  ia poor condition, two colts, ont  tpot near hoof on left hind loot, also star ia forehead; the other a bay  rising 2-year-old, dark   drown, white  ' rising 1-year-old, two white hind feet,  star in forehead and spot on noes.  iNe visible brands. Owner may have  tarns by proving property and paying expenses. Apply John Conroy,  Vernon Road. 18-16  WANTED.���Second hand single horse  plow, spring tooth and drag harrow,  hand seeder. Apply, giving prion to  K. ��. Busy, Rutland. 14-lap  Of Farm Implement!. Stock, and Houae-  hold Effect., being the property of  Mr. R. J. LUND, Benvoulin  will take place  Thursday, March 19,1914  At 11 o'clock .harp  A lunch will be provided at noon  The following ia a li.t of article.:  STOCK  1 gray mare, 7 years   old (1400 lbs),  1 chestnut horse, 7 years old, 1 first-  class milch cow, 2 breeding sows,     5  months.  IMPLEMENTS  Heavy wagon, almost new, five  tons, rack and box combined, 1 tomato  ruck, 1 MoCormiok mower, three aets  of sections, 1 ihay tedder, 12-ft, hay  rake, 1 hay fork, ropes, pulleys, poles,  1 Bet, 3-seotion iron harrows, 1 breaking or aod plow, 1 stubble plow, I  double mould board plow for hilling  potatoes, 1 disc (10) extension, new,  1 ono horse cultivator,, 1 ont horse  hand harrow, 1 plank land packer,  1 phaeton, 1 buckboard, 1 pair bob  sleighs, 1 jumper, 1 buggy tonrrue complete, 1 hand souffkr, with all parts,  1 hand seed drill, 1 hand seed sower,  1 set heavy work harness, 1 set light  single harneSB, some collars and parts  of harness, 1 saddle and bridle, somo  heavy rope, 1 heavy cable wire 60-ft.  1 large and small crowbar, 2 grindstones, I emery grindstone, forks, shovels, and toolB, number ot windows,  two over five feet square, wheel barrow, sprayer complete, keg spikd nails,  Vessot rrrinder plates, heavy blankets,  heavy rug and many other useful articles.  FEED  28 tons wheat hay, 17 tons oat hay,  3 tons Burpee seed potatoes, choioe.  HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Piano bench, Mason k Kisch miniature  grand piano, 8850.00 new, in uas a  little over year, Japanese silk flower  screen, carved, new 8123.00, oantro  table, all carved price new 875.00, large  raised flower vases, perfume um or  vases | Satsuma ware) number of other  vases, small cabinet 12 x 18 inches,  sonic good carpets and rugs, good  stair carpet and rods, Japanese five-  shelf corner piece, mandolin, drop leaf  walnut table, extension table, kitchen  table, oak dining chairs, leather seats,  three with arms, six walnut leather  seated chairs, oak rockers, rattan rockers, other rockers, upholstered chain,  rattan extension chairs, common chairs  walnut centre table, oak hall raok,  Japanese flowered tables, side tables,  oak writing desk, upholstered walnut  settee, rosewood settee, oak hall seat,  steel lounge and bed combined, tewing machine. Princess (large glims) dresser and withstand, dressers and  stands, toilet sets, heavy brass mounted bedstead with first class springs  and mattresses, walnut liedstead,  springs and mattress, iron bedstead,  springs and mattress, single beds com  piste, pictures, lot of books, large  McClarv cook stove with boiler, smaller cook stove, beaten, clothes wringers, washing machines, wash boards,  churn, stone crocks, lot ol preserving  jars, lot of China dishes and seta,  common dishes and sots, cutlery, all  stove furniture, tent 16 x 10, fl-font  walls, with fly cover, .two other tents,  new tennis net, shaded lamp, now,  cost 829.00, high brass lamp, large  lamps and common Vamps.  TERMS: $20 and under Caeh;  over $20, approved joint note, will be  accepted bearing intereat at 8 per cent.,  payable in eight montha. Five per cent,  discount lor caah on all aume over $20.  MANLY BYRNS, Auctioneer  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C,  This school offer, a thorough, modern  education,  with  careful  training and  refined home-life.    Terms moderate.  For prospsctua, etc., apply  Principal  Mitt LeCALLAIS  BABIES' KINDERGARTEN  Three afternoons a week. Apply to  Miss Mary Ford, Sutherland avenue.  'Phone 5201. 13-16  TENDERS FOR GRAVEL  I am prepared to received tenders up  to March 14, 1014, for gravel (Subject  to architects inspection) delivered ta  the City of Kelowna. Tender binding  for season. Lowest not necessarily accepted. H. M. Witter, P. 0. Box Ma,  Kelowna, B. C. l��-16p  South Kelowna Land Co  Limited  MISSION RANCH  Hones   taken in for  winter  feed at $4 per month.  Reduction for large number*,  R.S. HALL,  Telephone, Mgr. of Ranchet  House 75,  Ranch 2305. 7l(.  v.       '  ��������  FREELAUNDRY  NEXT WEEK  STRANGE BUT TRUE )  Six Collars  Two Shirts  WASHED FREE  IRONED FREE  CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED  FREE  FOR EVERY MAN  OR WOMAN IN  KELOWNA  March 9th to March 12th  GLOSSED they'll be���unless you tey:  NO GLOSS for me.  Kelowna Steam Laundry  City Office : J. B. Whitehead's  'Phone 159  asss  THDKSDAY, MARCH 5, 11.14  Fish for Lent  The Lenten season is  here and with it conies  the perplexing question  of variety for the table  We mention below a number of  kinds of Fish which we carry and   . '  which may make thia question more  easily settled for some time at least  Salt Herring, No. I Labrador, nice large (at onet 10c lb.  Salt Salmon Bellies, the choicest cuts of the salmon... 15c lb.  Salt Mackerel, taid to be the prettiett fith in the tea...20c IB.  3Ibi.for50c  Salt Codfish, in 2-lb. bricki (a good line)..,. 30c each  Salt Codfish, in 2-lb. boxes, Acadia brand (the bett  P��"*uP 35c each  Dried Red Herring in boxes (digby chiclet)...40c per lb box  Kippered Herring.   By express weekly 15c lb.  Finnan Haddies.   By exprett weekly.; 15c lb.  Loch Fyne Herring, in 10 lb. kegs (the bett herring  in the world $2.50 per keg  Betidet the above we have all kindt of Canned Fith and  other Lenten delicacies. Atk the boyt to tuggettthem to you.  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality k Service oar none.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly accounts nett  Saturday Cash Special  Blue Funnel Catsup 2 for 25c  .    Regular Price, 25c each  .'i" '   I  -M *M< ���  -   ���  ���"'.���va��;... .������-���..  Tie New COATS and SUITS  ARE DESERVING OF YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION  WE are showing a wide range of  popular models in a great assortment of materials and shades. The  prices are just right and will appeal  to those who appreciate Quality  and Class. " These cost no more."  We an finding a great call for  "Swanke" coats, to match odd  skirts, which are all the go just  now. These are made slightly  Cut Away. In all tht new blue  shades.   Tangos. Tan Brocades,  Black Navies.  I  .MISSES & GIRLS  Sport Coats of Blanket Tweeds  Made in Blue and White broken checks, cut on straight lines with outside pockets. , Real jaunty, indeed  SPECIAL MENTION OF ODD SKIRTS  These are real snappy and mannish.    Made in lovely Soft Checks, Plaids, Plain  Cloths and Fancy Tweeds.   Peg top, and very comfortable  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED

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