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 1    . "      "  ���ajsssrrrrssssarassasssssississssssasasjs^sssas^ss.""!   11   i  Uecovb  VOL. XII.  NO. I  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, I9I9.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Launch Campaign for  District Memorial  Organized Collection will be  Made Next Week  The public meeting called last  Thuraday to discuss the proposed  District Memorial wae disappointing ���( to numbers but aa the plan  proposed was all definitely laid out  and teemed to meet with general  approval, there seemed to be no  doubt that the public would sup-  port the scheme enthusiastically.  As one speaker aptly expressed it,  Kelowna people are not much given to demonstration in public  meetings, but they are generally  "there with the goods."  The report of the committee era.  bracing the three-fold objective, as  advertised on this page was adopted in its entirety on motion of  Mayor Sutherland. This was the  firat opportunity Mr. Sutherland  said, for the people of Kelowna to  show their appreciation of what  their boys had done in the great  war, and he hoped they would  rise to the occasion and make the  memorial a worthy one.  Mr. L.V. Rogers, who seconded,  aaid the plan aa outlined provided  for every phase of public sentiment, so that all could subscribe to  the object which most appealed to  them.  The objects laid down were  heartily endorsed by successive  speakers and the report adopted  unanimously.  With the general committee was  left the task of organizing a campaign to raise the necessary funds,  many suggestions being made as  to the methods to be adopted. It  was decided, however, that as some  ' people might be in 'favor of one  and not another, the subscription  list should be divided into columns  so that donations could be allotted  to one or more objects, or to all  three as desired.  In order to definitely launch the  the campaign for the Kelowna diatrict War Memorial and to organize  committees and appoint canvassers  a meeting of the general committee  was held in the council chamber  Monday evening. Those present  were J. W. Jones M.P.P. chairman,  Mayor Sutherland, Col. Belson,  Archdeacon Greene, Rev. E. D.  Braden, Mrs. Calder, Aid. Mantle,  Messrs. E. A. Day. E. C. Weddell,  L. V. Rogers and J. N. Thompson.  Messrs. Moodie and Geo. Reith,  representing the War Veterans,  were also present.  The arrangements for the campaign are to follow closely upon  the lines of the recent Victory  Bond campaign, experience having  shown the effectiveness of this  method in raising funds. The  drive is to last just one week,  commencing on Monday next,  November 24th and finishing on  Saturday, November 29th, with a  general "Tag Day."  A committee was appointed to  see that due publicity was given lo  the campaign, and several schemes  for accomplishing this were discussed.  As in the Loan campaign the  city will be divided into districts  with canvassers allotted to each,  the complete list being as follows:  1. South of Bernard, west of  Pendozi to creek���L. V. Rogers.  2. North of Bernard to city limits,  west of Ellis to lake���D. W. Sutherland.  3. North of Bernard to city limits  west of Richter to Ellis���W. J,  Mantle.  4. South of Bernard to creek,  west of Richter to Pendozi���E. C.  Weddell.  5. North of Bernard to city limits,  east of Richter to Glenmore road-  J. W.Jones.  6. South of Bernard to creek,  east of Richter to Ethel���J. N.  Thompson.  7. South of Bernard to creek, east  of Ethel to Bankhead���J. B  Knowles.  8. Woodlawn���C. Dick.  9. South ot creek to city limits,  west of Richter to Pendozi���R. E  Denison.  10. South of creek to city limits,  west of Pendozi to lake���W.Cra  ford and J. W. N. Shepherd.  11. Okanagan Mission���R. H.  Stubbs and R. Gray.  12. Benvoulin���E A. Day.  13. K.LO. Bench-A. H. Shaw  and Mrs. Reekie.  Big Crowd Discusses  Alien Question  Unanimous   Endorsement of  Principle of Keeping Enemy  Aliens Out  The big crowd which packed  the theatre Sunday afternoon on  the occasion of the meeting called  by the War Veterans to discuss the  "Alien Question" was evidence of  the great interest which had been  aroused in this matter during the  week when the party of Hungarians  were refused a landing. Those  who attended expecting a "scene,"  however, were disappointed, for  the meeting, though undoubtedly  strongly stirred by the question in  hand was orderly and quiet, the  whole of the speakers being listened |to with attention. Apparently  no definite programme had been  prepared, for following the opening r 'marks of Col. Belson, secretary of the G.W.V A., who outlined  the recent action of the veterana  and the motives which prompted  them to refuse entrance to former  enemy aliens, the chairman General Harman, called upon various  people to express their opinion on  the subject. The Rev. E. D. Braden  Mr. A. L Cross, Mayor Sutherland,  Dr. Boyee, Mr. H. J. Hewetson and  Col. Moodie (the new president of  the war veterans), each took the  platform in turn.  It was apparent that the meeting  while somewhat charv of appearing to encourage law-breaking nnd  unconstitutional method*, were fully in sympathy with the determination to prevent anything in the  nature of an alien colony being  established here. An invitation  had been given to aome ot the resident aliens to express their views,  but in spite of a promise of a fair  hearing they failed to turn up..  The meeting finally diapersed  after passing unanimously the following resolution, proposed bv the  Rev. E. D. Braden: -  That this gathering of citizena place  itself on record aa expressing ita sympathy  with the members of tho local branch of  the Great War Veterans' Association in  their desire thst tha citizenship of this  district ahall be aa far as possible of Anglo-  Saxon origin and ideal. Wis would commend the resolution dealing with the alien  enemy problem passed by the legislature  of British Columbia at its last session. We  would also urge upon tha Dominion author,  itios that a resolute policy be adopted  dealing with all alien enemies within the  bounds of the Dominion.  Nothing in the above shall he construed  ss expressing any discrimination against  the citizens of any of those countries vshich  were our allies in tho great war.  The resolution of the legislature  referred to, which was passed in  the House in February, stated lhat  all alien enemies, whether interned  or otherwise, were 'undesirable,  and that in the best interests of ths  country Canada's doors should be  locked for some time to all subjects  or citizens of Germany or her  allies.  The marriage took place in Vernon on the 8th ' of this month of  Mervyn V. Hickman, of Vernon, to  Miss Blanche Knowles, of Kelowna.  An old resident of the -Ellison  district died last Friday in the  person of A. L Hay, at the age of  sixty-one years. The funeral took  place Monday morning.  The s.s. Okanagan ran ashore  south of Gellatly'a Tuesday morning in the fog which overhung the  lake, and spent the whole day trying to extricate herself from the  sand-bar on which she was securely lodged.  The bazaar to be held by the  Women's Institute on December  6th in the Wesley Hall is the place  to buy Xmas presents for all. They  will have a splendid assortment of  evervthing, including a home made  clothing booth, candy booth, jumble booth, bran pie for the kiddies,  books etc.. Everything to satisfy  the needs of the people. Don't  forget the date, December 6th.  14. Belgo Bench-E.M. Carruthers.  15. Rutland-S. T. Elliott.  16. Ellison���C.H. Geen.  I 7. Glenmore���Col. Belson and  Rev. E. D. Braden.  18. Westbank-W. G. Gore and  W. Hewlett.  Whole Valley Win  Petition (or Free Ferry  Board of Trade will Renew its  Efforta - Shortage of Firewood  is Discussed - Want Main  Street Macadamized  That the Boaid of Trade haa not  loat hope of securing a free ferry  acrota the lake waa ahown by the  discussion -which took place Tuetday evening when the board resumed its sessions after an interval  of several months. S. T. Elliott  brought up this much discussed  matter by urging that a stronger  effort than ever be made to secure  this aervice. It wm a mat miifortune, he  ���aid, that traffic through Kelowna be held  up and made to pay toll on the main highway through the valley.  J. W. Jo'iffi, M.L.A., recalled the atapa  rhich had been taken and the mccc-nive  effort* which had been made for several  yeara. At Victoria, he aaid, he had (ought  early and late ior thia concesaion, and had  enlisted the aupport of aeveral other membera, including thoae (or North Okanagan  and the Similkameen, but the government  had refused to mabe any change except to  increaae the aubaidy. He understood the  minuter of works had recently a'ated that  neat year all -free ferries would be abolished. He felt, however, that the matter  ahould not be dropped, but that a further  attempt  be made to aecure attention.  The whole aubject waa discussed at  considerable length, and it was finally decided to have petitions circulated at all  points in the valley.  In further reference to the ferry service  Mr. Rogers reported that the wharf on the  west side had been practically condemned  by the government engineer, and a request  had gone in to have it rebuilt. Mr. Hayman waa also pressing for the building of  a better wharf on thin side, and its removal to another location, as a good deal of inconvenience and danger waa caused at  present by its proximity to theCP.R landing. Mr. Rogers alao gave aome interesting- figures as to the traffic on the ferry  during the first nine months of thia year.  There had been conveyed 2,442 autoa, 43  single rig*, 58 double rigs, 11,054 passengers (this included children under twelve  and school children, for whom no charge  waa made) 96 tons of freight, 329 horses,  54 cattle, and 441 ricks of wood.  The location of the new road through  the Christian ranch waa another matter  which provoked much debate, Mr. Hereron maintaining that district engineer  Gwyer waa acting in defiance of the wish  of the people in not following the straight  line of the township boundary. He asked  the board to petition Dr. King to have all  work stopped until an investigation could  be made. In this he waa supported by  Messrs. Elliott and Rogers, the latter stating that he could not see where Mr. Cwy-  er got the 12 per cent, grade from which  he claimed he was turning aside to avcid.  Dr. Dickaon, who alao favored the  straight road, mentioned that he had been  over the ground with Mr. Gwyer, and the  latter had agreed to have an independent  engineer go over the survey and report.  Mr. Dufresne, of Penticton waa to be here  this week for the purpose.  Mr. E. L. Cross urged that the attention  of the city be drawn to the necessity of  improving the roads leading to the packing  houses, and a reaolution waa passed lo  that effect.  A reaolution from Mr.* J. W. Jones was  also carried that the city be aaked to have  Bernard avenue macadamized. He believed that the city would be able neat  year to undertake thia work.  Arrangementa were made to call a meeting of the Associated Boards of Trade of  the Okenagan, which had been dormant  during the war, to discuss matters to be  laid before the forthcoming convention of  B.C. boarda of trade st Vancouver in February. As president of the Okanagan  association, Mr. Elliott undertook ti call  this preliminary meeting early December.  In view of the inadequate transportation  arrangementa thia year, it waa decided to  urge strongly for the more rapid construe-  tioh of the C.N.R. into Kelowna. The  secretary was alao authorised to see what  could be done to induce the C.N.R. to  erect a tourist hotel here  Shortage of firewood in the city waa an-  other matter which received attention, Mr.  Denison and Mr. Kerr, both pointing out  the serious inconvenience caused by the  lack of a regular supply, and urging that  steps be taken to encourage someone to go  into this business.  The need of a watering trough, or per*  hapa two, in the packing houae district  waa pointed out by Mr. Waldron, and it  was arranged to call the city's attention to  this.  Other mattera upon which it waa decided to take action were the restriction of  glaring headlights on automobiles, the inadequate size of the mail box on the  wharf, the acceptance of the government's  offer of assistance in the building of soldiers' homes, and the appointment of a  correspondent to the coast papers.  Knowles' fourteenth annual watch  guessing contest will be. held this  year on Saturday, December 13th.  The party of Hungarian settlers  after being turned away from Kelowna were held in the Vernon internment camp for some timet but  have now been returned to their  starting point at Weyburn.  Splendid Showing In  Sale of Victory Bonds  Kelowna's Subscription Over  Two-and-a Half Times Quota  Kelowna's final result in the  Victoty Loan surprised even the  most optimistic, the total running  up to over two and a half timet  the objective which had been allot,  ted to thit district. In number 13  district comprising Kelowna, Okanagan Centre and Peachland, the  turn of $341,747.47 was raited,  Kelowna and the immediate neigh-  bourhood accounting for $309,097  of thia. Aa Kelowna'a original iuo-  ta was only $120,000 the district it  thus entitled to the Prince of Wales  flag and to six crests. Peachland  and Okanagan Centre also win the  nag, having exceeded their respective quotas.  The aame story of large oversubscription of the Loan comes  from all over Canada, the grand  total being at far as can at. present  be ascertained, $673,199,700,made  up as follows :���  Ontario  $354,624,500  Qusbec    161,10230  Fatal Slide on Main Line  One of the moat teriout rock  slides in recent yeart took place  on the C.P.R, on Sunday at a point  about ten milet wett of North  Bend, which reaulted in the death  of Roadmaater John Hollinquitt of  Mission and injuries to five others,  one of whom hat tince died. A  small slide occurred on Saturday  which necessitated n large gang of  men being needed to clear away  the debris. On Sunday afternoon  a more serious slide took place  which buried the party. Hollinquitt was dead when picked up.  The injured were shipped aboard  a train and rushed to Vancouver  for hospital treatment. Traffic on  the C.P.R. was held up for several  dayt in consequence and mail failed to come through.  British Columbia    35,000,000  Alberta  16,181,000  Saskatchewan  20,000,000  Manitoba  40,450,000  New Brunswick  14,750.000  Nova Scotia  28,000,000  Prince Edward Island   3,000,000  -The City of Toronto's total waa about  $143,379,500. and the City ot Montreal  $126,102,200.  Death of Former  K.LO. Rancher  There patted away Saturday  morning, after a lingering illness of  three or four yeara, Harold B.  Lloyd, formerly a rancher with hit  brother on the K.LO. bench, but  lately residing with his titter, Mrt.  W. C. Duggan. Every effort hat  been made tince the development  of the heart trouble which caused  hit death, to find a meant of overcoming the disease, but for tome  time it hat been recognized that  thit wat impossible.  Deceased came to Canada about  fifteen yeart ago having been born  in Birmingham, Eng., forty-four  yeart ago. The funeral took place  Sunday, aervice being held at the  home of Mr. W. C. Duggan.  The Bankhead Orchard Co. had  a very tuccetsful sale at their ranch  yeaterday, mature cows brought  from $ 110 to $ 145 per head. Iambi  $12 per head and ewes $16 and  up per head. Mat Hassen, auctioneer from Armstrong, conducted  the tale.  "Lest  we  forget"  KELOWNA  DISTRICT  WAR  MEMORIAL FUND  Campaign Opens Monday, November  24th and Closes on Saturday following  ONE   WEEK   ONLY  Our soldiers have finished their job.  Do YOUR best when the canvasser calls.  FOLLOWING ARE THE PROPOSED OBJECTS FOR WHICH THE  WAR   MEMORIAL FUND  SHALL BE  USED:  First object:   A Monument for the Dead  THE necessity for this to impress future generations with the self-sacrifice shown by the present  generation is apparent It is due to the men who made the supreme sacrifice that their names  should be recorded and honored as long as possible, and be an inspiration to our descendants to do  likewise when the occasion arises. The monument should be of .the best weather-resisting stone to be  obtained, and the names and date of death and place recorded in gilt lettering. The stone might be  about 8 feet high and about 4 feet square at the base, slightly tapering to the top. It should be on a  grass mound with steps cut in the sod. A suitable inscription under the names would be: "Greater  love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends." Every year on Armistice  Day the monument should be decorated with wreaths and possibly also on the occasion of the principal  Canadian victories, and the school children and veterans assemble to hear suitable addresses.  Second object: Club House for the Veterans  IF THE dead deserve their memory to be perpetuated surely the living, some of whom have gone through  the agony of many deaths, deserve some recognition from their fellow citizens. The veterans ask that  this take the form of a furnished Club for the Kelowna district where they can perpetuate the ties  of comradeship formed in Prance and help to work out the problems that confront us now the war has  ended.. The Club should be the headquarters for all patriotic work and thougnt in the community. It will  serve at least 400 men for many years, the majority living outside the city. It will take care of all  returned men coming as strangers into the district, and help them in every way possible. There will be  bedrooms for men seeking temporary accommodation, or for men from the country wishing to spend a  night in the city. It will provide recreation especially during the winter, and the meeting room will be  available for any patriotic gatherings.    There ahould be a Library and a collection of War Trophies.  Cases of hardship and sickness amongst the members oould be properly looked after, and to quote  the concluding sentence of the G.W.V;A. constitution: "To constantly inculcate loyalty to Canada and the .  Empire, and unstinted service in their interests" fairly seems the aims and objects of the G.W.V.A.  The cost of thc building when  alterations are completed will be about $4,600 and thc furnishing  about $3,400,   The future upkeep can be well taken care of by the members.  Third object:  Memorial Hall,  THIS should be a building large enough for basketball and Indoor baseball for the Boy Scouts and  young people of the district It would serve for meetings, and the rentals charged should be suffi-  cientfor upkeep only. IL constructed as plainly as possible probable $15,000 would cover the cost  Such a building is badly needed in Kelowna. and would be a great boon to the younger generation. It  should be called the Memorial Hall and a suitable tablet placed on the building stating why it was erected.  Once a year a meeting of all patriotic societies, nhoulS be held there to celebrate its erection.  These proposals are submitted by the following special committee:���  His Worship Mayor D. W. SUTHERLAND  L. V. ROGERS  E. C. WEDDELL  J. W.  JONES, M.L.A.  Lt.-Col. B. H. BELSON  ��_a_\i PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, November 20, J  SYNOPSIS   OV OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of |1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Applicationa for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the diatrict In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of !&, which will be refunded lt the rights applied for ara not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be puld on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions or sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tin, full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  ut the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized  publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all k>"ds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  ��� Phone 243 Delivery  GJiMlIM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to  the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker,  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE.  KELOWNA.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOMNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kslowna,  British Columbus  JOHN LEATHLEY  IMRor and Proprietor  Rutland News  (From our own ourriMnnnrlsnt).  Alfred Longstaff returned from  Chilliwack on  Monday.  Del. and Wea. Barber and Ewart  Hardie have gone to Vancouver  for a short viait.  S. Gray ia suffering from a sharp  attack of sciatica which has necessitated hia removal to hospital. He  is recovering, we are glad to note.  The Athletic Chih mcl Monday  at the home of E. Bush to discuss  the next dance on December 17th,  which is to be n very special event.  The matter of building a club room  and gymnasium was also r��one  into and it waa decided to ascertain the cost of some kind of community hall for the district. The  next meeting is on December 1st  at the home of E. T. Money.  An exhibition of women's work  by the members of the Rutland  w*omen's Institute, was held in the  school on Thursday afternoon,  November 13th. The attendance  was not very large, but all present  had a very interesting and profitable time. Mrs. Maxwell gave a  full report of the proceedings of  the District Conference at Salmon  Ami. Afternoon tea was served  by Mesdames Leithead, Fleming  and Stonehouse and Miss Joy Fleming. Some exquisite pieces of  needlework were exhibited by  Mesdames Hartley, Wallace, Logan  Leithead, McDonald. Maxwell and  Fleming. The exhibitors of canned and dried fruits and vegetables, pickles, jams and jellies, are  to be congratulated on the tempting display. The contributors to  this section were Mesdames W H.  Fleming, C. A. Campbell, D. McDonald, Logan, Hardie and Gray.  The secretary of the Rutland  War Memorial Fund has received  the following cash subscriptions,  which added the amount already  in hand, makes a total of $695.35 :  C J. Duncan    $10.00  Anonymous     7.00  Mr. Stafford    2.00  J. Mclvor   10.00  Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall   15.00  Mr. Mudge    10.00  Mr. G. Monford and family  80.00  Mr. McMurray       5.00  W. T. Barber  20.00  C.A.Campbell    15.00  Mrs. W. H. Stonehouse       850  S. Hislip      5.00  O.Barber     2.50  Ewart Hardie     2.50  Axel Eutin    21.00  A. Dalgleish     25.00  M. Hereron  25.00  Mrs. G. Whitaker     2.00  Mrs. W/Ford      2.00  J.White     10.00  A. Eldridge    5.00  R. Sproule      15.00  W. Craig     5.00  Mrs. Hodder            2.00  Mrs. Wigglesworth  20.00  V. Clark  .-.    5.00  J. Leithead     5.00  Mr. Martin      1.00  Professional Cards  BURNE fr sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 8, BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting (Moil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survey, snd Reports on Irritation Works  Applications for Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. j. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST   k  Pendozi Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Reiidence      31J  Vernon, B.C.  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson fit Mantis Block     -     Kalowna  Phone 327  Local Scouts' Column  Edited by "Wolf."    Nov. 18, 1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, November 27th,  1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for tbe  week Otters, Bnd alao for the week  following ; next for duty Owls.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the cub room in the!  old   school on Tuesday tbe 25th  inst. at 7.15 p.m  The situation has been saved  through the kindness of the school  trustees, and we will now be able  to hold our regular meetings on  the same nights as before.  a  _  ���  We noticed in the "Province"  the other night in connection with  the murder of four returned soldiers by the Industrial Workers of  the World at Centralia, Washington, that the Boy Scouts of that city  assisted in capturing one of the  suspected murderers.  ���       ���  On Wednesday last when we  heard that Mrs. Allan, was lost out  in the country word was immediately sent to members of tbe troop,  snd within half an hour, twenty  scouts had assembled and as soon  as soon as cars could be obtained,  wer> conveyed lo Mr. Rankin's  ranch. There they scoured the  district for several miles around,  and then failing to find any trace  of Mrs. Allan, some continued their  search over the top of the mountain  and returned to town in the small  hours. The following morning the  scoutmaster received many inquiries from scouts as to whether their  services would be needed again  that morning, but even while preparations were being made for n  second hunt, the whistle blew as a  signal that Mrs. Allan had been  found.  Recent badges gained by members of the troop are' the marksman's by Scouts Walker and  Clarence, and the tenderfoot by  Recruit James Laidlaw.  *      ���  The following lines appeared in  the "Headquarters Gazette" written  by the Chief Scout, in connection  with the death of Viscount Beresford :-  "A great boy-man is dead ; and  our movement is verv much the  poorer through the loss of our  cheery champion and ex-Chief Sea  Scout, Lord Beresford. He was  an intense believer in tke scouts  and in any time of difficulty we  knew that we had in him an ardent and a  powerful upholder.  For very many years he has been a warm  hearted friend to me personally. The  many biographies and life notices of him  which have appeared in the press have  shown his chrracter and abilities to the  fullest extent, but I may be excused for  adding to the many anecdotes about him  just one or two from my own knowledge,  which speak to his unfailing kindliness,  especially to the youngsters.  1 remember him very many year, ago as  captain of the "Undaunted" at Malta, lt  waa a common sight to see him riding at  the head of a cavalcade of midshipmen  mounted on hirelings, going out for a  gallop. From a coign of vantage you  might presently see a cloud oi dust moving  across the countryside; every two or three  miles it would thin out and dissolve and  then start afresh. His little band of horsemen would follow-my.leader at a tearing  gallop. Anon he would stop and call the  roll. So soon as the absentees and casualties were collected away would scamper  the whole posse again in the wake of their  burly elder brother.  On one occasion there was a circus in  the place. The middies were all agog to  get aahore and aee the fun. But two of  them, alas, had committed tome heinous  offence which kept them confined to the  ship, and they could only watch with  envious eyes their comrades crowding off  in the leave boat. Their sorrowful gaze  was suddenly interrupted by the voice of  the captain: 'Young men, you ara rightly  punished for what you have done, and as  an extra part of it you will both proceed  aahore at once and go to the place where  there is said to be a circus going on. You  will so in and watch the whole thing from  start to finish, and report to me afterwards  what took place.'  Lord Beresford waa a typical scout himself, and set an example for all aa a brave,  energetic, healthy, good-heartad, able,  patriotic, and always cheery citizen. God  real him."  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE thatJ. C Curtis, whose  address is England, will apply for a licence to take and uae 25 acre feet of water  out of Sutherland Spring, which flow.  North.Westerly and drains into Okanagan  Lake through District Lot No. Nine (9).  The water will be diverted from the  stream at Intake T. Map 8,400, near the  N.-W.- corner of District Lot 137, Osoyoos  Division, and will be used for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described aa Sub-  Lot 43, Reg. Plan 202, Osoyoos Division.  This notice was posted on the ground on  the 27th day of October, 1919. A copv  of thia notice and an application purauant  thereto and to the Water Act, 1914, will  be riled in the office of the Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections to the application may be filed with the aaid Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the firat appearance of thia notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of thia notice is October 30, 1919.  J. C. CURTIS, Applicant.  H. G. M. WILSON, Agent  50-2-2  Empress Theatre  Kelowna s New Home of Piduredom  GRAND  Opening  Monday, Novem. 24th  An unsurpassed bill for week ending Novem. 29th  Monday and Tuesday  MABLE NORMAND in  Mickey  Eight reels of sensational melodrama by the queen of photodom,  from pathos and comedy to excitement and thrills she takes you  during two hours of delightful entertainment.  One show only each evening at 8.15.  Admission: all seats J JC  i  Wednesday and Thursday  The great NAZI MO VA in  Out ot" the Fog  The screen's most distinguished actress in a play from the drama  by H. Austin Adams, and a very unusual theme for the screen.  The added attraction���a bright, breezy comedy  "Chicken a la King"  Each evening at 7.15 and 9 p.m. Admission 25c  Friday and Saturday  November 28th and 29th  D. W. GRIFFITH'S  Supreme Triumph  Hearts of the World  The sweetest love story ever told.  The GISH SISTERS in a romance of the great war.  Evenings, One Show Only, at 8.15 sharp. Admission: all seats 53c  Saturday Matinee:  Children 20c, Adults, 35c Thursday. November 20,1919  KBUHIWA utcoto  PAGB THKBB  fl^SL��u^^ tff^^r  IV   tinirmo    <  PHONE  361  KELOWNA  Announcing the Arrival of  Htgh-Grade Waists  TAILOR-MADE Waists of Crepe-de-chene. Habutai  Silk and Georgette that differ entirely from the  fancy waists. These are Just high grade waists  and the materials are such that can be repeatedly laundered without spoiling the value. The styles will appeal  to those who are looking for tailor made goods in this  class 'Prices $10.75 and $14.75  Fine Sweaters  for Women  An assortment of Cashmere and Silk Sweaters have  lately been placed in stock. These are imported sweaters and we should be glad if you would look these over.  Boys* Jerseys and Jersey Suits  Many colors and sins are now here in Boys' Jerseys  and Jersey Suits of find cashmere materials. The suits  come with cap and knickers and priced from $3.50 suit  Jerseys in Brown, Green, Navy and Dark Red  From $1.95 to $4.75  Waltham Wrist Watches  FOR  CHRISTMAS  THE MOST ACCEPTABLE OF ALL GIFTS  Cashier Gold Filled  7 Jewels     .    $93  Cashier Gold Filled  19 Jewel* ��� $37.50  Solid    14-K   Gold  $55.00    $75.00  Cashier Gold Filled  15 Jewels, 10 site  $57.50  Cashier Gold Filled  15 Jewels, 10 "size  $60.00  Solid  14    ' Go  7 and 15 Jewa .   10  size,'$752<&y$85  These watches cannot be purchased at a less price  anywhere in Canada. Buy WALTHAM WATCHES  and have the correct time.  J. B. KNOWLES   ,  Jeweler aad Optometrist  Kelowne. B. C  CREAM PRICES  from November 19th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 65c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 63c      ���        ��� ,  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  WINTER * CHAPIN  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Shaw oi Eaat  Kelowna left today for Victoria.  Misa Humphreys left for the bid  country today.  Miss May Patmore left this week  to join her parents at the coast.  E. Gray was a visitor to the coast  this week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McNaughton  returned Tuesday to Kamloops.  H. Tod Boyd was a visitor Tuesday to Penticton.  Russell Fordharn and family left  this week on a visit to the old  country.  Mr. and Mra. P. P. Woodbridge  and family left yesterday for  Montreal.  Church of England service is to  be held at Rutland on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.  Mr. and Mrs. Downing left last  week for a stay at the coast.  Miss Rebecca Ronald, a talented  elocutionist from the east, is to  give a recital in the Wesley Hall,  Pendozi street, on Tuesday night,  the 25th, at 8.30 p.m.  Raymond Corner and Gregor  Grant who have been here in connection with their respective orch  ards in Glenmore, left Friday for  the coast.  Amongst Glenmore people who  jave taken houses in town for the  winter are Mr. and Mrs. P. Lewis  id Mr. and Mrs G. H. Kerr.  Mrs. Simeon was a passenger  Monday to Vancouver.  P. P. Gulseth, who lately diapos-  d of his orchard on   lhe   K.L.O.,  left this week for Tacoma.  Mr. and Mrs. Ingram and family  who have been visiiine from Nanton  Alta, left this week, Mr. Ingram to  the coast, and Mis. Ingram with her  daughter and I In ee sons to Calgary,  J. M. Collins, inspector for the  anadian Freight Association, has  been in town for the past couple  of weeka checking up weights of  shipments on behalf of his Association.  After next week the Kelowna  Creamery Co.'s collecting service  will be suspended for the present,  and the car laid up for the winter.  Thia ia owing to the great difficulty  of maintaining regular automobile"  service during the bad weather.  Tuesdays and Fridays have been  fixed as the daya for patrona to  bring.in cream during December.  Knowles will be pleased to pack  and pay postage on articles purchased from him for sending overseas.  Alsgard's  ARE   SPECIALIZING   IN  HOT DRINKS &  �������sssasr����� I      l��  LIGHT LUNCHES  THESE   CHILLY   DAYS  Drop in before going home or after the show  ICC CREAM 4LWAYS ON HAND  Fresh shipment of Moir's, Paierson's and Ganong's  Chocolates Just arrived.  Vhone 110  WATER  NOTICE  Mrs. Harry Slater and baby left  Monday for Los Angeles, where  she will spend the winter.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barrat were  passengers Monday for Vancouver  on the way to San Francisco.  Mr. and Mrs. P. DuMoulin left  this week for a visit to Toronto.  W. Godfrey Wray left this week  for England.  W. A. Scott and family of Benvoulin are away on a visit to Vancouver.  Major and Mrs. Trail went down  to the soast yesterday.  A. H. Crichton and family left  this week for an extended visit to  England.  Ed. Russell is one of several local  people who are visiting England  this winter. He left by today's  boat.  Mrs. T. W. S. Taylor was a passenger to England this week.  Don't fail to visit the I.O.D.E.  bazaar on Saturday, November  29th, in Wesley Hall.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Renfrew  and Miss Gertrude Renfrew left  this week to spend the wintet in  Victoria.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held on Monday at the Board of  Trade room at 3.30 p.m. A full  attendance is specially requested.  The Rev. W. Daniel, superint-n-  dent of Home Missions for B.C.  and the Rev. Andrew Grieve of  Penticton, will speak in the Baptist  church to-night on the Inter-church  Forward Movement.  The Wolf Cuba will parade at  the cub room on Friday, November  28, at 7.15 p.m. Ii is expected that  paiades will be held each week  now lhat lhe school trustees have  given the boys the use of the room.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. F. Price  will preach on " 1 he Consecration  of the Commonp ace." At th  evening service his topic will be  "A Life-failure that waa turned  into Triumphant Success.  The Jack McMillan Chapter  I.O.D.E. are holding a bazaar in  Wesley Hall on Saturday, November 29th. There will be many  plain and fancy articles suitable  for Xmas gifts, dressed dolls, home  mnde candy, a grab tree and ice  cream for the children, lea will  be served during the afternoon.  The proceeds nf the bazaar will  go towards the War Memorial fund,  Make your selections for overseas gifts early. Don't negle t  seeing Knowlea' solid gold maple  leaf jewelry before purchasing.  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that The" Western Okanagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a licence  for the storage of 1,300 acre-feet of Water  out of Bear Creek, which flows Easterly  and drains into Okanagan Lake. The  storage-dam will be located at lower end  of meadow, half mile below lake at head  of North Fork of Bear Creek. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is about  1,300 acre-feet, and it will flood about 60  acrea of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about junction  with Bald Range Creek and will be uaed  for Irrigation purpose upon the lands described as District Lots 505, 506, 507 and  3461. The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and use water as  per C. L 649. Thia notice was posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919, A copy of this notice and an application purauant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the office of  tha Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections  to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice ia November 6,  1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD., Applicant.  51-3 E. C. WEDDELL, Agent.  An Apology  1 muit apologise (or being out of  Rubbers (or a few daya owing to  tlie demand thia year, which haa  . surpassed my greatest expectations. So confident have the men  of Kelowna become of the fact  that 1 clear juat an HONEST  profit that when tha eSason opened 1 experienced one grand rush,  and although 1 had stacked every  corner of the store, the stock  melted away*���what else could  you expect at my prices f A new  stock will arrive immediately.  Chas. Dark  Th* Fair Shosnua  her&a mass-  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished (or all classes  of work  W. G. SCOTT'  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence91  P.O. Bo* 22  Watch this Space  for lhe  Announcement  of the  Veteran Tire  Vulcanizing  Opening Date  *8����'��K8*scm:H(*as^  AVERY 5-10 Model I TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish  as much as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter mile* per hour, Rear wheel  36 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in lOJ-foot radius.  Total length 135 inches; wheel base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have a demonstration.  W. R. GLENN 8c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Fastidious Meat Buyers  can find gooda to their liking at Casorso's any day of  thc week. Our stock is large and well chosen and we  know the public taste. Call in this week and let us  show you���  .     SOME OF THE  FINEST  BEEF, PORK, VEAL  AND MUTTON  we have ever handled, that is passing through  our store at the present time.  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market  Phones 178 and 179  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery   -  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  SHOP EARLY  AND   GET  THE  BEST  SELECTION  QUALITY���The beat obtainable.  SERVICE���We aim to please.  PRICE���The lowest possible.  <J A lovely Gold Brooch will be doubly  appreciated coming from our atore.  4 Our unique settings, made in our own  factory, make our Diamond Rings even  more fascinating.  4 Every gift neatly cased and mailed to  any address free of charge.  H A small 'deposit will hold any gift  until wanted.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  Jewelers, Caaorao Block, Kelowna.  PARKER . . .  . PETTIGREW WC& FOUB  KBLOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, November 20,1919  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that W.J. Moore, whose  addrett it Peachland, B.C., -will apply for  a licence (or the ttorage of 450 acre-feet  of water out of Jack Laket, also known as  Fish Lakea, which flow Northerly and  drain into Powers Creek. The ttorage.  dam -will be located at outlet of Lower  Lake. The capacity of the reservoir to be  created is about 450 acre-feet, and it will  flood about 35 acret of land. lhe water  will be diverted from the stream at a point  about half-mile North of N ,-E corner of  D, L. 3707, and will be uted for Irrigation  purpote upon the land detcribed at District Lot 3481. The licence applied for it  to supplement a right to take nnd use  water as per Record No. 1072, dated Fab-  ruary 9th, 1905. Thit notice was potted  on the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. A copy of this notice and an application purauant thereto And to the "Water  Act, 1914," will be filed in the office ofthe  Water Recorder at Vernon. Objection! to  the application may be filed with the aaid  Water Recorder or with thc Comptrollerof  Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the first  appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of thit notice is November 6th, 1919.  51-3 W. J. MOORE, Applicant.  WATER   NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that The Western Okanagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  it Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a licence  for the storage of 1,000 aere-feet of water  out of Bear Lake, whieh flows Northerly  and drains into South Fork of Bear Creek,  about eight miles above junction with  Bald Range Creek. The storage-dam will  be located at the outlet of lake. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is about  1,000 acre-feet and it will flood about 50  acres of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about Junction  with Bald Range Creek and will be used  for Irrigation purpose upon the lands detcribed as District Lots 505, 506, 507 and  3461. The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and use water as  per C. L. 649. This notice waa posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,.  1919. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act, 1914," will befiled in the oflice ol the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build  ings, Victoria, B.C, within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of thit notice is Nov. 6, 1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO.. LTD., Applicant.  51-3 C. W. J. STEVENS, AKent.  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in  EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Street  Has a fine showing this week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.    One trial is all  we ask and can guarantee to suit the most fastidious���  AND   THE  PRICES   ARE  RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN -      - Phone 268  TO CAR OWNERS  Vulcanizing, Re-Treading  The and Tube Repairs  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  TAYLOR & JNDERSON  Phone 252  Kelowna Garage  Lawrence Avenue  The Newest A uto Horns  are ahown here and will prove interesting. Come in  and look at them. While here you may remember you  are out of motor oil or that your brakes need new lining.  Such things are to be found here, of course, as are all  so i Is of auto supplies. Same high quality, aame low prices  Battery Service Station  GAS OILS TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi ot  Lawrence  J. W. B.  BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephone*  Day 287  Night 76  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR  SALE  RU rLAND���60 acres, all under cultivation, modern house (new), bath, hot  and cold water, cement cellar, garage.  Only half mile from Rutland store  and post office. Price $13,500, on  terms.  K.LO. BENCH--Wc have several Erst-  class propositions in this desirablt  neighbourhood. Full particulars at  ihis office.  BERNARD AVENUE-9-roomed house,  bath-room, cellar, etc, a few fruit  trees. Price $5,500. Owner will take  Victory Bonds as whole or part payment. '  CADDER AVENUE- 5-roomed house  with cellar, large lot all fenced it,  with stable and chicken houte at  rear. Price $2,300 on terms. The  house could not be built for thit  figure to-day.  GOOD BUILDING LOT, just off Pendozi,  price $250.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Roots. Plant  now. For price apply Lanadown, Rutland. 48tf  FOR SALE,   good  jersey Cow.    Apply  Pitt, Rutland  51  FOR SALE, Florence Oil Stove, 2 burner,  with oven. Apply Box G, Record Office  5ltf  FOR SALE, two shacks, clean, comfortable. 12 x 14 and 9 x 11. $70, or can be  purchased separately.   Box 643, City.  FOR SALE, r$l 3,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle 6c Wilson or other agents  or owner, l-3p  FOR SALE, Shetland Pony, cheap, broken  to saddle and harness. Apply 617 Bernard Avenue, City. I-2p  FOR SALE, Young Piga, Chester white,  six weeks. Apply W. H. Fleming, Vernon Road. Itf  FOR SALE, pure-bred White Rock and  Rhode Island Red Cockerels. Apply  G. L. Dore, house west of old English  church. I -2p  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, on to my property, one two.  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vomon Road.  43tf  SECOND HAND CARS: 1915 Ford in  good running order, $400; 490 Chevrolet,  good condition, good tires, $475; 1912  Overland, just overhauled, good tires,  $750. All these cars are bargains. M  A. Alsgard, 49tf  CANARIES, good Rollers and Yorkshires  for sale. Singers, or selected pairs. G.  Butler, Strathcona Avenue. Ic  SPECIAL NOTICE. Have you any Paper  Hanging or Interior Decorating work to  be done ? If so don't forget that E. G.  Fuller is back and will be pleased to do  your work. Best workmanship and  satisfaction quaranteed. E. G. Fuller,  Lake Avenue, Phone 113. 1-2  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Auction  At the Keller Block  Every Saturday,  At 2 o'clock  We have liated quite a lot of  Household Furniture, aeveral good  Horaes, Harneas and Wagons, and  also a fust-class Jersey Cow, due  October 23rd.  Stockwellu, Ltd. - Auctioneer*  Kelowna's Fine New  Theatre Open Monday  Attractive Programme of Picture Plays For First Week  It is some considerable time since the  citizens of Kelowna and district have had  the opportunity of seeing such magnificent  picturizations as the management of the  Empress Theatre have secured for the  opening -of their large commodious theatre  on Bernard Av nue.  This delightful playhouse opens to the  public on Monday evening, November 24,  at 8 o'clock, with the screen's popular  actress Mabel Normand, featured in  "Mickey." In this 8-reel picture Miss  Normand plainly defines and illustrates  the word thrills as applied to motion pictures as the swings herself along from'  cliff to cliff in a mountain range. She  proves herself the feminine rand concentrated essence of a combination of humor  and agility.  On Wednesday and Thursday the great  Nazimova will appear in "Out of the Fog.'  This feature gives this much-talked-of  star a splendid opportunity to make the  most of her wonderful abilities as an  emotional actress, lt is a picture that appeals to bcth the heart and brain of all  audiences.  On Friday and Saturday D. W. Griffiths  supreme triumph "Hearts of the World"  will be shown. This romance of the war  has played to standing room only wherever  it has been shown and the audiences will  be well advised to get their seats early as  owing to the length of this wonderful feature it can only be shown once each even,  ing at 6.15 p.m.  Read Knowles' ad. on page three  also pricee of ladies' Waltham  wrist watches.  Local I.O.D.E.  Celebrate Anniversary  The anniversary of the Jack McMillan Chapter I.O.D.E, was celebrated on Tuesday, November 11  (Armistice Day), by a tea and  shower at the home of Mrs. Knowlea. After the regular buaineaa  waa dispensed with tea waa served  and the gifts opened. Manv beautiful and useful articlea were received for the bazaar, which ia to  be held on Saturday 29th, in Wesley Hall.  The afternoon waa also the occasion of distinctive war ".badges,  consisting of the I.O.D.E. emblem  with red bar, being preaented to  Mesdamea Fumerton, DeHart, J.  W. Jones and McMillan, the presentation being made by the echo  secretary, Mrs. Packham. Theae  badges have been presented to  members whose  sons have  been  LAND REGISTRY  ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned lands in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime valid,objection is made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to said lands, namely :���  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Pease of 26.2  acres of District Lot 219   (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acres of District  Lot 219,  is required  to  deliver the  same  to me  forthwith.  Dated at the -Land Registry Office. Kamloops, B.C, this 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR,  49-3 District Registrar of Titles.  Suggest Shipping  Wild Horse Flesh  In the high price of meat and the  demand in certain marketa at good  pricea for horse flesh the Summei-  iand Review aees excellent opportunities for engaging in the preparing and shipping of horse meat.  On the hills back of Summerland  there are many horses, seemingly  in hundreds of all ages and sizes  without owners and of no local  market value The recent heavy  fall of snow is driving ihese animals  down to the lower landa and for  some days past they have been  causing much trouble and annoyance in certain sections of the  orchard districts. In droves of  varying numbers these horses have  been rounded up and impounded.  A lew of those thus captured are  found to be branded and are claimed by local owners, but most of  them are wild horses, claimed by  nobody and not wanted by anyone.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re part District Lot 122, Group I, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, in the Province of British Columbia,  Whereaa proof of loss of Certificate of  Title No. 707-A, issued to Anastasia  O'Rielly, and covering above land has been  filed in this office ;  Notice is hereby given that at the expiration of one month from the first publication  hereof, 1 shall issue a duplicate of the said  certificate of title unlets in the meantime  valid objection thereto be made to me in  writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 7th day of November,  A.D. 1919.  H. V. CRAIG,  1-5 District Registrar of Titles.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  TENDERS FOR CORDWOOD  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to twelve o'clock noon on Monday; 24th November, for supplying the  City of Kelowna with any quantity of  wood up to 500 cords.  This wood must be sound, dry pine or  fir, cut into four foot lengths and of euch  a size as to be suitable for fuel at the  City'a Power House. Delivery mutt be  completed on or before 31st December,  1919.  The price quoted must include delivery  and piling at the City's Power Houte.  Payments of eighty per cent, of the  purchase price of the wood will be  made from time to time upon delivery. The remaining twenty per cent,  will be paid upon completion of the  contract  The lowett or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C, Gty Clerk.  November 13th, 1919. 52-1  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  O.N  MERIT  Endorsed by the beat  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will be in Kalowna in a faw weeks  Colonel Moodie Elected  President of G.W.V.A.  The regular meeting of the  G.W.V.A. was held on Saturday,  the 15th instant. The President,  Mr. J. C. Andeison, tendered hia  resignation, which waa accepted  with great regret. Lieut-Col. Moodie  was unanimously elected president.  H. J. Hewetson resigned as vice-  president and waa replaced by 'G.  Reith. H. J. Atkinson was elected  second vice-president.  Lieut.-Col. Davies of the Land  Settlement Board of B.C. addressed  the meeting on the work of the  Board. He explained that develop  ment areas were in an experimental stage. The Board arranges to  build houses and buy stock for  settlers. At the present time they  have a programme for developing  200,000 acres in central B.C. Any  suggestions put forward by the  G.W.V.A. tor developing areas in  this district would receive consideration and Col. Davies was very,  sympathetic when asked to consider a scheme for settling small holders consisting of pensioners on  and near Kelowna.  The secretary gave a report on  the threatened influx of Germans  and Austrians from Saskatchewan,  and the action taken to meet it.  Il was decided to hold regular  meetings on every Saturday at 8  p.m. throughout the winter months.  It was stated that the new club  would be ready at the end of thia  month and that General Sir Arthur  Currie had been [asked to come to  Kelowna for the formal opening.  Due notice will be sent to all members of the date arranged.  Auction  We have been instructed  to tell, without  reserve, the following firtt-clatt Household  Furniture and Effects, most of it old country manufacture, at the residence of  G. E. SEON, Jnr.,  Near Five Bridges, Bcnvovlin Road, on  Thursday, Nov. 27th  Steel Fire Fender, Carved Indian Table,  2 Upholstered Chain. Inlaid Mahogany  Table, Writing Desk, flat top, Bookcase,  Dresden Chair, Pictures, Water Colon,  Old Prints, 100 yean old, Axminster Rug,  12 x 12, Inlaid revolving mahogany Book.  case, Inlaid walnut Card Table, Ebony  Easel, oak Writing Desk, Armchair in  Morocco Leather, 5 walnut Dining Chairs,  Morocco Leather, oak extension Dining  Table, Walnut Buffet, bevel plate mirror,  Duplex eoal and wood Heater, Small  Cupboard, Guernsey Oxford Range, 3  burner Perfection oil stove, 3 Kitchen  Chairs, Dinner Set, Dressing Table, white  enamelled Dresser and Washstand, Single  Bed, Mattress, and Springs, Leather Hat  Box, Aladdin Lamp, Angle Lamp, Mahogany Tea Table, Books, Rug, Chesterfi.ld  Sofa, Satin wood Medicine Cabinet, Sheri-  ton Bedroom Suite, dresser, washstand  and wardrobe, cost $200,. 2 Inlaid Mahogany Chairs, Brass Bed, Spring! and Mattress, Wilton Rug, 12 x 14, Quantity Serge  Curtain Materia], Quantity cream Casement Cloth, Wicker Armchair, 3 Gran  Chairs, Carpet 8 x 10, 2 Lawn Mowers.  Camp Bed, All kinds of Kitchen Utensils,  Pots, Pans, Sealers, and many other articles.  TERMS CASH. Sale at I p.m.  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J. GRANT  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Post Office  STOCKWELL AVENUE-Small house,  with water laid on, 4- bearing apple  trees, 12 years old.    $750 caah.  PENDOZI STREET���Two-atorey house,  6 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water,  lot 50 x 122. Bam and ohed, root cellar  with electric light.   $3,000 on terma.  SUTHERLAND AVENUE-Two and a  half storey houae, 40 x 48, 15 rooma,'  with full basement and furnace, fully  modern. Chicken house, stable, free  irrigation, 4ft acrea under cultivation.  $10,000 on terma.  BERNARD AVENUE���2-storey house, 8  rooms, fully modem.   $4,000 on terms.  BURNE AVENUE���Bungalow, five rooma  kitchen, bathroom, fully modem, electric light and fixture*, water laid on, lot  (6 x 146.' One of the nicest in tha city.  $4,000 on terms.'  LONG AVENUE���3-roomed cottage, lot  200 x 74, water and light laid on, $1,250  $500 cash, balance to be arranged.  Listings wanted of farms and city property.  Office houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  Campbell's  Bicycle Sho��  Well-equipped workshop  for  Cycle and other repaira ,  Agent for  Massey - Harris   Bicycles  A Dependable Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies and' Reptvrs  Electric Wiring and Installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's Bicycle Shop  Pendoxi Street.    Naxt door to Club  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repair*  Now is the time to have  ********your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered br repaired. I  can re-upholatar your auto. -  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, Ate,  Re-made Polished  Cosbjt  Corners  Mada and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lata with Kalowna Furniture Co.

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