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 JS1BSSSJW  mmm  %\tt#vb  VOL VI.  NO. 32.  .-���SSeKSaaKSSenECE  Regular Meeflsg  .of City  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JULY 2. 1914.  $1.50 Pe  WillGet After Noxious Weeds  in City  Tho oity council held a brief mooting  last Friday morning, thoro boing little  business ol importance to transact.  The clerk reported that Mr. Ackland  tho provincial weed inspector had been  in town during tho week and had suggested that the counoil take immediate  stops to have all noxious weeds growing within tho oity cut down. The  matter was turned over to tho Board  ol Works to take the necessary steps  Superintendent Stevens ol tho Dominion Government telegraphs accompanied by Mr. H. H. Millie waited on  the council relative to oertain proposed  ohanges on the location ol tho government wires through thc city. It  was also desired to have the permie  sion of tho council to use iho city's  el?ctrio light polos gs far as thoy wont  to carry a new telegraph lino which  it Was pro proposed to buikl out to  Okanagan Mission.  Mr. Stevens was asked to submit  written application lor the concessions  und was assured that they would be  favorably considered by the council  Alderman Copeland reported that the  steam roller had been laid up in the  implement shed, and for the purpose  of oleening and testing same1 had arranged with the Light and Water committeo to have a water to have a  water connection placet! in the shed.  By-law No. 161, dealing with the  remuneration of the oounoil was finally passed.  The following accounts wero passed  for psoment:  W. H. Paisley , teaming    James Copeland, teaming ....  A. B. Davy, teaming   Ennis k McDonald, teaming  J. Fergusin, teaming   Owen Gregg, teaming    ���I. Stewart, teaming .....w...  G. McPhee, teaming        H. Dillon, teaming    Max Jenkins k Co.. teaming  A. Andrew, street work    J. Brodio, street work    H. Mttidmetit, street work ...  W. A. Gibson, street work ...  Meet at Cricket  Former Wins by Innings end  Nine Runs  83.92  85.50  121.50  98.67  71.25  36.00  11.30  36.00  30.00  30.00  22.20  31.20  30.90  39.00  H. Harrison, street work      20.70  A. Mitchell, stroet work      22.20  Geo. Weir, street work     16.20  J. Marshall, street work       16.20  Lewis Gerrie, street work        5140  .1. Todd, street work        02.13  W. Sturtridge, streot work      10.50  0. Wright, street work      43.50  F. E. Neale, waterworks      3.00  0. Campbell, waterworks        8.40  W. A. Newton, waterworks        4.20  It. S. Aikiuen, waterworks    40.65  F. Bywater, waterworks   42.65  0. France, waterworks    44.99  D. M. Barker, waterworks   72.00  W. Speight, waterworks <��>.   3.90  A. Tate, waterworks    22.00  K. Schmidt,    waterworks and  sewers    17.03  .). Berger,  waterworks      aud  sowers    28.63  A Mepham,   waterworks    and  ���ewers    4.79  S. L. Sharrook, work on intake  Pip*    17.35  D. McMillan, digging graves ...  5.00  I. Foresail,, Golden   eagle for  10.00  A. J. Smith, attendance al fire  5.00  A. E. Boyer, collector of cus  toms, balance   ol duty oa  water     meters    (perfecting  entry)    42.80  Albert Gibb, transportation lor  prisoners and constable    6.65  The Financial Post ol Canada  Sub. for one year    3.15  B. S. Bates, 36 street signs ...  9.00  Geo. Markham, cleaning office  and lire hall, May    18.00  Gro. Markham, work lor police  department   2.00  11. F. Wilmot, tax    collector,  provincial taxes on sowor-  77.91  A delegation ol the local W.C.T.U.,  waited upon a recent meeting ol the  Sohool Board asking for the appointment of a lady medicalT examiner far  girl pupils. The matter had been the  subject ot some agitation lor a while  past, and the trustees had jbeeu in  correspondence with the school authorities at Victoria, but without |do-  f inito results. Tho Board promised the  deputation [that thoy would do what  they could to carry out their wishes.  A criokel match took place Sat tnliy  between the Kelowna club and a team  represent in;   Oknnagnn    Mission,    resulting in a win Hor the former by ��     ,hout.h ''"> advisability of establish  runs.    The Mission    eleven won     the "�� ���    PuWio m��rl",t "em, to "���  toss and went in to jbat lirst,    their ,'uo,lion un<>n whl<* llwre '" ��  *'""*���  score however not  reaching a     total ena> "' ��f"nion' th* Proposal to un.lvi-  of more than 43. Q. 0. Mallam wa, l��k�� lh�� organisation ol a creamery  their chief scorer (with 12 to his creel-,'or th�� ai��triot h���� mot wi,h ���""�����  it when he was caught out by   Green-, ",ou" "PProval on every hand, and now  Hto(i thnt the Farmers' Institute is taking  Kelowna's    first    and   only innings ��ctiv�� ���**���   tow��rd th��t ��*    "*"  (the MiRftion team doclanng their sec-  Farmers Will Take Steps lo  Establish Creamery in Kelowna  Department ot Agriculture Asked to Send Expert to go  into Details With Local Farmers  ���corns evory liklihood that a creamery  wiil be an accomplished fact in the  near future.  At a directors meeting hold last  Saturday tho whole question was gone  into and something like a definite understanding arrived at.  The secretary rend some interesting  correspondence (rom the manager ol  the Cowiohan Creamery Association ol  Duncan, Vancouver Island, an undertaking whim has met with a large  measure ol success since its establishment.   The letter threw somo light on  ond innings while still 19 behimd Kc  lowna) produced 78 runs, C. C. Manifold, with 24, and G. H. Packer with  16 Jtnaking some very good batting.  The followin r ehows tho gntno in de  tail:  MISSION  Mitchell Ii. Johnson      7  Thompson, b. Johnson      3  Mallam c. IGreetistetl b. Johnson     12  Gore Browne b. Johnson      7  Rowley, b. Packer       I  Bennett, o. Johnson, Ii. Packer ...    0 lhe ^hod,   0| running that inttitu-  Favfll, b. Packer      * J Uejss.    which    might well be imitated  Walker, run out       I [with profit hero.  Geidt, hit wicket, b.  Packer       II j   ..|n regBr(i to the bailm ������, o( our  Uridgo, b. Packer      ", business."    laid   Manager Patterson,  Boll, foot out      91 "ixoam shippers are rotpiired to deliver  "y���      ���' I their supplies on three djys per woek  Leg byes       I . (forenoons).     Our butter-maker takes  No balls  |...     I  measurements and tests al each deliv-  ��� ' ory and patrons are credited propor-  Tolal     *".tlonataly at    whatever average    jrioe  KELOWNA earned from the salts made durinj the  Packer b. Itowhy      Ill currency of each calendar month i.e.,  !   111.*.  1 A. i_ .... J   _���j      1.1  Greensted, run out    Lucas,  l.b.w., b.  Uridgo     Edwards b. Kowley    Manifold, l.b.w. b. Mallam    Johnson,  l.b.w. b.   (.ore Browne.  6.  7.  8.  ��,  in.  II.  13,  13.  Brook, b. Gore Browne   0  Quian, b. Rowley   ,...>  t_, ���>  lTewetson not out   5'  Uankinson, I,.  Mallam   fl  Todd. c. k b. Mitchell   2  Byes   8  Leg byes   3  Total    MISSION  Thompson, stumped Todd, b. Edwards    MitcheH c. k b. Edwards    Mallam b.  Edwards    Walker, b. Quinn    Bennett, b. (juinn    Fuvell, c. k b. Edwards    Bell, l.b.w., b. Edwards    Gore Browne, not out    Byes    Leg byes    Total    M  3 the butter Ib manufactured and sold  :i before we arrive at the rate that pat-  1 rons get for their cream.  "Exactly the same conditions apply  to our handling ol eggs. The eggs  are brought in on the same days.  They are brought in to us in Humpty  Dumpties nnd are packed here in the  usual thirty dozen cases save in tha  case ol large shippers who obtain their  boxes from us. stamp, and do their  own packing. Wo find the market; sell  the goods; and from the total ol these  separate salea we deduct the sum ol  expenses incurred in handling and selling, ao arriving at the average price  to ba returned to patrons.  "In regard to rules for collection oi  cream nothing particular is required  except that the butter-maker should  have absolute power in rejecting any  cream that he coniidera is not delivered in clean and proper condition.  Our herds are all ttiboroulosis tested.  "In regard to eggs, shippers are ���������-  quired to sign tho following agreement:  Church Strawberry Festival  On Wednesday, June filth, a very  successful strawberry social was held  by the kindness of Mrs. Lloyd-Jones,  at her home on kBernard avenue, in  aid ol the English churoh, with special  reference to tha "Olde Country Fairs,"  to be held in the fall.  Tho weather chose to behave abominably but in spite gf that tho result  was most encouraging (financially and  everyone who worked was well rewarded by a very pleasant afternoon.  The strawberries, cherries and icecream, tho Kormer generously provided  by Mrs. Boyoo, Mrs. (Wns, Mrs. Haw-  trey and Mrs. Poaso, the latter by  Captain Brush land Mr. Pridham wero  very much appreciated and sold well.  The musical program was us usual a  feature of the evening and listenors  were delighted with Mr. Stone's singing, no less than with tho very woll  rendered violin and pianoforte pieces  oi Miss Lloyd-Jnnes, Miss Denison und  Mrs. Wilson. Miss Hogarth was as  usual an able accompanist land the  evening closed with gineral expressions  ol appreciation from all present at tho  way in whioh tho fickle weather had  been defied to tho great benefit ol all  concerned.���C.W. II.   O   Mr. and Mrs. Peroy Harding returned today from their honeymoon trip  to the coast.  Mr.   Chas  day's boat.  Harvey returned by lo-  I DO HEHEBY AGREE:  1. To gather my oggs every day  2. To ship no    eggs swept   those I bo guaranteed irom the outset  gathered in my hen houses. probably more,  3. To ship no oggs that are doubtful; that is, eggs that nav? been  covered up with straw or earth.  4. To keep clean the (.houses, nist  boxts, anil gimral plant.  5. To use no modioated nest eggs.  To ship as No. 1. eggs only infertile eggs weighing I) ozs. each  or over.  To ship only my own eggs.  To feed no fish to laying hens  or pit.lets.  Tn food no putrid moat to lay-  in;: In its or pullets.  To keep all oggs in a clean,  eiKil plans nnd Particularly not  in contact with coHl oil or any  foul smells.  To ma' o adequate arrangements  for kcpin: the males separate  fr tin tho fenuilt s whin necessary.  Tho time to be determined by tho  inspeotor.  To ship all eggs, except those  needed for household or breeding  purposes, to tho Creamery; un-  1: ss by manager's special permission in writing. .  To ship all my e.trs in a perfectly olean condition. If eggs  have to be cleaned, to wipe  them with a cloth which is just  damp, and not to clean them  with a wet cloth or dip them  into water.  To Bend with each shipment a  note containing my name and  number, tho date and the number of dozen eggs.  15.   To ship fertile eggs or eggs under 1} ox.,    in separate    cases,  marked accordingly No. 2.  111.   To properly stamp all oggs with  the right   stamp according   to  thoir grade.  17.   To ship   twice a week on     tho  appointed days unless by special  arrrn^em-nts in writing with the  manager.  Replying to n further communication  asking for the average net returns to  farmers for their cream, Mr. Patterson  gavo the following figures:  In 19I1-39.36V). per pound of butter.  In 1912-.19.90c. per pound of butter.  In 19|3-38.01o. per pound of buteer.  He slated however that the current  year would not show anything l:ke  So gaud a return owing to the com,  petition of New Zea.and butter.  11 was decided to apply at onoo for  an export to be sent down to %d;lws��  a meeting of farmers and to give information anh assistance in the inauguration of a oreamery.  It was stated that from information  gathered that at least 600 cows Cmid  slid  14.  Archduke Ferdinand and  Wife Assassinated  Heir to Austrian Throne Shot by  Student Fanatic  Martini law wus proclaimed in    the  city of Sarnyoto, Bosnia, Tuesday,   in  Empress of Ireland  Inquiry is Ended  Decision Will be Given ia  Few Days  The Empress of Ireland wreck enquiry was Monday afternoon adjourned  Consequence ol tho assassination of'sine tiie to allow of the commission  Archduko Francis Ferdinand and the considering its finding. The last day  Duchess oi Hoheobcrg, his morganatic was marked by a fen 'tul review ol tho  wile, both of whom were shot dead by  a student on the mala street. Just  previous to the shooting the Archduke and    Duchess had narrowly     os-  ovidonce by Edluiind I.. Newcombe, K,  Oi, who has represented the Dominion  government. Mr. Newcombe said that  probably    n it her the officers ot    thc  Local Clubs Lose  at Armstroog  Bad Luck Still Dogs Baseball  and Lacrosse Teams  oaped death from a    bomb hurled Into Storstad nor the    Empress had inten  the royal    automobile.   Tho Archduke tionally lied.    Ho thought,    however,  was shot In the face, and the Duchess  through the throat and abdomen. The  man who did the shooting, Gavrio  Prlnzip,    an    eighth    grade student  thnt they were botn lo blame, the  Storstad for having ported li?r helm  in a log, antl the Empress lor stop-1  ping when tho navigation regulations i  A large number of the local sport  fans found their way to Armstrong  yesterday to encourage the baseball  antl lacrosse teams by their support.  Many went on the steamer "Aberdeen"  which loft the local whanf about 7.30  while others went by auto.  The baseball game |was called at  2.30 and a large crowd filled the new  stands, just completed when the game  was called with Mr. Hockett of Kelowna landling the indicator.  Kelowna got away to a fine start  getting three runs before |tlni visitors  crossed the plate, and throughout tho  contost tho boys played good ball, and  fiolded in fine style, and it is no fault  of tho field that they came home with  the small end of a   9 to 4 .score.  The club have beon handicapped for  somo time for pitchers. An experienced pitcher on tho local club would go  far towards making a winning combination of them and it is indeed a  pity that such a man has not been obtained, The catcning has beon (looked  after by Pierce, an infiolder, but there  is only praise coinin r lo him ior (tho  valuable support he has given the club  behind the plate. The infield {presented as strong a defence as any in the  league and the outfield was (above the  average,  The addition of Casad and Fleager  increased the hitting strength (ol the  club considerably and this also assisted the others, as thoy gained confidence in themselves and it gave them  an opportunity of getting more men  on the bases, and it is a well known  fact thut no pitcher in a league of this  calibre is as good with men on bases  as when the bases are empty.  Kolowna has, .as we all know been  most unfortunate this year, owing to  accidents and other players being jcall-  cd away, but it is not too late yet  for them to make a jfine showing in  tho B. C. I, League. t  Mclvor pitched for Vernon yestor lay  and was hit hard enough to win any  game land with anything like an ���vru  break on tho firing line Kelowna can  yet lead tho clubs of this league a  merry chase.  The [lacrosse game proved to be . a  very good game and indeed the locals,  although playing four juniors ia the  place ol Pettigrew (and Kennedy who  were unable lo make the trip and Hill  nd Gillandcr. who are nt  the coast playing with their old team  mates, the V.A.C., who are defending  the Mann cup, gave tho home team all  they oould handle.  During the [second quarter Kelowna  managed to get Into the load, but the  homesters soon evened up and took  the lead again just Wore hall time.  During the third quarter Kelowna  again pulled up on even terms and  still held this position wnen (tne three-  quarter period closed, tho score at  that time being 8 all.  In the last quarter It was plain that  both learnt were tiring, owing to tke  terrible heat, but the home olub proved the stronger and managed Ito gel  three goals while the visitors secured  but one, leaving the final score 11 to  9 Jin favor of Armstrong.  The game throughout wHs fast and  comparatively olean and tho juniors  who filled tho plaoes ol the regular  men played la strong and heady game  and much credit is due them for tha  splendid services rendered the local  club.  Few penalties wore handed out and  tho croud wero much impressed with  the shown,, made by the local boys.  Outfit  NUmmt Vacadn  Retiring Principal is Subject  of Appreciative Resolution  sprang out of a crowd and emptied the only called tor her to slow up. He sug-  ooiitenta ol an automatic pistol, train- gested that the rapid foundering n!  ed agaioat the Arohduke and Duchess the Empress was due, in a measure, to  at short range. Prinzip, with a fellow .the Water tight doors not being closed,  r narrowly escaped lynching | and il it was found that th; portholes  conspirator  by the infuriated spectators.   O  RESULT OF ONTABIO ELECTIONS  had enabled water to reach the interior  of tho shin never ava:n should it ba  passible, ho urged, for that to be a  contributory oauee In a disaster. They  should lie closed by a signal from the  After a atrenuous fight which     has  been unparalleled    In the history    of . bridge    the   moment a log appeared.  Canadian politics the Whitney govern .The   same applied    to the watertight  ment has been sustained by a majority doors.  ol 55, tho standing in tho now houso I i���i  being    Conservatives   83. Liberals 26, Conservative 85, Liberal 19 and Labor  Mrs. M. A. Alsgard is leaving tomor- Independents 2.    Thc political oompo-,1,   Thorn will lie 111 seats in tho now  row lor a visit to the coast. sitiou    of    tho Inst    legislature was house.  Tht Okanagan Lawn Tennis Association are holding their fourth annual  tournament at Kelowna, commencing  July 13th. It is expected that there  will be some excellent events this year  and that the various valley championships will bt keenly contested. The  present holders of tho Ihonors are as  follows: Ladies' singles,, Miss E.  S|ituoer, Kelowua; Gentlemen's singles.  Ii. .1. Stone, Kelowna: Ladies' doublet, Mrs.jMay and Miss Leigh, Summerland; Gentlemen's doubles, Messrs  G. E. JSeon dr., and R. J. Stone, Kc  lowna; Mixed doublet. Mies Schmita  and Mr. K. BVtr, Vernon. Entries  dose duly 9th. The teoretary i" Mr.  B. Id. Stone, ol Kelowna.  Hip, hip, hooray! School is over  once more ior a long hoKday, and the  boys and girls have now all tbe time  they want ior fun and mischief. The  actual closing took place last Friday  morning, when in the presence ol parents and ilriends the trustees presented  the rolls ol honor tor tho ypar. The  ceremony was not an elaborate one  owing to tbe interference ol several  unfinished examinations wnich were  proceeding at the time. T he walls ol  the assembly room were used for a  display of art and handicraft work by  tho children.  The teaching staff have begun to disperse ior the vacation. Miss Dulhie  nnd Miss Kadden have gone to their  homes in Vancouver. Miss Duthiewill  return to her duties at the commencement ol the next term, but Miss Fad-  den wi'l become teacher at the Mission ('reek sohool in succession to Misa  Hunter, who ia leaving.  Miss Doherty, Miss Gilchrist, Miss  Went ml and Miss Thompson all loft for  the coast. Mr. Hoppenstadt has gone  to Victoria* where he will lake a  course in cadet training.  Miss Held left Saturday for Viotoria.  Mio is nol returning to Kelowna.  Miss McLaughlin has gone to her  home in Vancouver.  Miss Fullorton will leave this week  end for Victoria where she will take  advantage of tho summer courses as  also [will Misses Ruby and Annie Hunter.  'Iho late principal oi the public  school, Mr. A. R. Lord, left yesterday  for Viotoria. Mr. Lord has been cv  ceediugly popular during his stay in  Kelowna and bis resignation and oon-  eenieiii departure from Kelowna is  the subject |ol regret to a numerous  circle of fr'ietnw. -armengst the scholars and teaching staff he waa just as  well liked as by the general publio,  nnd he was tbe recipient ol many farewell gifts from various quarters.  At the last 'meeting of the trustees,  his departure was referred to with regret, and the following resolution was  passed. "That at lliis Imeeting of the  Hoard, we, the Kelowna School Board  ilesire to express our .highest appreciation of the work jof Principal' A. R.  Lord during the past (our yean. We  also wish to refer to the excellent relations (which have always existed between Mr. Lord and the Board. Wo  sincerely regret hit departure and wish  him continued success in his new position."  New Principal Appelated  for Public Sdiel  Numerous applications have bttn received by the Sohool Board for the  position of principal ol the publio  sohool rendered vacant by the (resignation ol Mr. A. R. Lord, and the pro-  oess of sifting these (down in order to  finally arrive at a selection has be.n  a difficult one. At last Saturday  mominj's meeting ol It he Board it was  definitely decided to give the appointment to Mr. Ralph P. Richardson, of  Ponse, Sack. Mr. Richardson tl well  qualified lor the position and carries  excellent testimonials as to hit scholarship and teaching abik'ty, at will  as to tbe excellent discipline which ho  is in the habit ol maintaining. He  carries the (highest certificates tor  Nova Sootia, at well as first class certificates for B. C. He has had considerable experience. |as principal of  various schools, his last engagement  being that ol principal ol the IColleg-  iatc at Liverpool, N.S. He it highly  recommended by Inspector Millar.  Tho Kelowna publio school has  grown to such an extent during ths  last year or two (that it has become  no small matter to take control of its  workings, but the trustees f el that  Mr. Richardson1 Ithoy wiil have a  most efficient principal.  Mr. .1. R. Lytle and family left thia  morning for Wolseley, Sask., where  thoy will take up their residence. Mr.  Lytic hai ban there since spring, hut  returned a few dayt ago. PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914  ���e h h �� ii �� �� �� h �� �� at  at at  ���* PROFESSIONAL. ANP **  �����   BUSINESS CARDS  *��  ����� 9.  ta a* a. aa a. aa aa a* tt et ta #.  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notariet 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   -   Kelotsna, B.C.  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  <m  Subscription Rates:  ��� 1.60   par year;   7Bo., alx   montha.    Un  Stat*. SO osnts additional.  AU aabaorlplioa. navabl. io advanr..  Advertising Rates:  LODGE N0T1CE8.   I'KOFESSIONAL  CAI.DS.  ---    - ,|,.  .5:  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewet.on 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,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organist and Choirmaster of Knox Ch urch  Kelowna, will Not Receive  Pupils  until  his return from the Old Country in September.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  CIVIL ENCINEKR  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consultinp, CiDil and Hydraulic  Engineer  '   B.C. Lasd Suroeyor  Survey, and Report, on Ilriaation Work.  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  H. C. ROWLEY F REYNOLDS  A.M. In.l C.E., A.M. C.n. Soc. CE.        B.C.LS.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cioil Engineers and Land Sttrceuors  Water Supply, Irrigation, Subdivisions, &c.  3. Crowley Block  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  IENTIST  p. o. Boa me  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  give* letsons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Converaational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR k BUIIBER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and eatimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYBK,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate MoC.ll Univeriity)  Residence :  GLENN AVENUE  Meaeageo  may  be  left at the office of  Meaara. Rattenbury & William.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.0.  (AmocuU* Royal Collece of Organists  London, EnfUnd)  Organiit of St. Michael &  Alt Angeli'  Church, receive! Pupile lor  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, Sec.  at hie own or pupila' retidence.  Special attention to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Addreee Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  China*. Merchant, and Employment Office  Contract, of every krrtd undertaken  Satisfactory work taaraeteed  ETC., 28 oanta per column inch por weok.  UND AND TIMBER NOT 10108-80 davi. "  80 d*Ti. |7.  WATER NOTlCES-19 ior live inner tin wi.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Firit inurtion. 12  caatt par llaa; each lubaaoueitt intertion. 6  oaote ptr Una.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTI3EMENT.S-2 oenla fm  word lirat intertion, 1 cant i*r word riu-i  aubaaautDt iuertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISER ENTS-Two Inol-e.  and under. 60 oanta pnr inch firat Inner) ion  over two .oehaa 40 centa per inch lirat in  atrtion: SO oanta por inch tnch iiilmainiprn  ineertloa.  All chaasea In eontract adwrthem'tita ntlill  be in the banda of tha  printer bv   TiwBd.n .  avanins   to   anaura  publication in the    tint  iatua.  and as special facilities for tho tttudy  of tho bill will be offered ^t the convention, every farmer Should make a  special effort to be there. T Ito jjovt-ru-  ment will havo officials there to o.v-  plain the workings of the bill und  answer all questions regarding it.  Apart from this, authorities on tba  use of irrigation from aH over tne  United States antl Canada huve consented to be present and will tell thc  assembled fruit growers and ranchers  of their experiences, that they may  profit by (hem. Space will'not permit the recounting of the many benefits to be gained by the man who  attends this convention^ so tho only  thing I ft is tit iirgij every one that  can possibly got away to spend three  wonderfully profitable d-iys al ��� mir  neighbor city to the south.  NO  ALUMIijI  MINI, POWDER)  0 t) K it KHV0ND K NCK  WASTE l.ANUS AFFOHKSTKI)  BY AiSTKAUAS  CONVICTS  Subtcribtn at tht ramilur rata can hnve  extra paper, nmilcd to frienda at a dUtiuict  at HALF RATE. i.e.. 76 centa per vear.  Thia apecial privilege it ernntad for the  purpoaa of advtrtialnir tho rttv and alitriat.  Many and pleasant will be tho memories taken homo by thoao who attend  the Eighth Annual Convention id the  Western Canada Irrigation Assnriutlm  at Penticton this year, on August 17,  IH and 19, It will bo of more educational value to the irrigation fanner Intake this land profit yielding and un*  than any yet held by tho association, \\,.r his direction the eily'w unempluy-  whlch. by the way, will bo "going ��| have been given work planting this  some." The prime object of the Went- aroa with trees suitable to the na-  orn Can.ida Irrigation Association is hul.0 0f the country. Other cities in  education, wh'ch is navel? relegated to   the United States thai  have found   it  According to a recent report of tho  forestry department of New South  Wales, good COnduot convicts at the  stale prison* instead of breaking  stone, are now engaged in the more  useful and healthful work of replanting with trees the waste lands of the  state. At one prison alone 35,000  trees, mostly American ash and pines  wero planted in 1018, and so successful have these plantations been that  this work will be considerably extended in the present year.  A similar idea has been worked out  BUCC03sfully by tho city of Sun Diego  iu California, whieh possesses 7,'".0  ucivs of bare rolling sand land at a  distance of 10 miles from the city.  A  trained forester    was engaged     t  be features in  meeting of nn I  thc back irround.  In addition  there  wi  connection    with  this  epoch-makinr    nature.  August,  llith  a special  over the Kottki Valley  Nelson to  Kelowna and on by boat   lo  Penticton in order to bring  iu    de'e-  gates  and  visitors  from  the     Crow's  Nest and Boundary points.    Even   if  there   were   no benefit     to be gained  from    attnling the con/ention,    this  trip would  bo well  worth  while.      It  marks  the  beginning  of a  closer     relationship  betwc n  the  Crow's    Ntst,  Boundary and Okanagan districts, nnd  when the western section of tho   railway is completed it will mean     that  neiessnry  to  large   areas  purchase    and    reforest  on   tho watersheds gov  Kditor Kelowna Kecord.���  Dear Sir.���Keforriui* o th.' j roposed  public market for Kelowna 1 see no  ' Reason why this should not be a sue-  I cibs. It would be the beginning of a  cash business in our city ns tho farmer:, would receive cash for thoir produce and pay cash for his purchases  from :he mcrch.n'B. Tho market would  save the purchaser about 20 per cent.,  owing to the absence of retailors' profit. The market would bo a gr<.ttt en  couragement to the growers" to raise  a better class of produce as he would  lie paid according to the merits of his  goods. It would also create a healthy rivalry which would do much to  improve tho class of stuff grown.  Anyone who has lived in European  ooiintries where the market system in  in vogue knows that oven in tho smallest towns ths market is a decided huc-  c. ss anil is never a fftil'uro from lack  of support.  1 quite agree wilh Mr. ('. H. Jao'<-  son's remarks about the establishment  of a creamery, and at present tho  Mariners Institute is working in th tt  direction. Tt has been proved that a  mrn with a t*n;:civ orthu'd can grow  sulliti nt nMnWn to Itejp five cows.  These would provide for his house-  lio'd expenses. The returns to the  lard 'n fertilization would also be very  beiicMeiul. Anyone will admit that  we c:.nnol expect to grow ve;elalle  crops year after year successfully.  ThanWng you for your valuable  spa^e.        Yours truly,  MICHAEL HE KEKOW  leeting OI  un   owing their water supply hnve advun-  On    Sunday, ' tagoously used the same kind  of   la-  rain will   run   I,,,..,     '||���. pnmivrv purpose of such re-  ���ailway     from .foroslrutton is not, however, lo furnish work to the unemployed,    but    to  I develop a profitable source of revenue  from land which  would otherwise    remain unproductive.  City forests of this kind are not.  as ye', in vogue in tim ev ntry. Perhaps the only city forest iu Canada  lis thai at Guelph, Out., wh re a  small area has been planted sur-  tounding tho springs which furnish  the city's w,.'er supply. In many of  fho counties of eastern Canada, *how-  Iho fruit growers of the above dis. ��� evei.( nlv \at^ ttri.ng 0f WUHt0 |,m(j  tricts will be in closer communication j originally forested, and capable only  with Vancouver    nnd    the coast  th.in   ()f producing forests.    Ontario    has   a  ever before. It will make it possible  for the residents of Kolowna and Pentioton  to reach  Vancouver in a-little  Counties Uefi��r.��trntion Act making  possible (he acquisition uf such waste  land for    reforest ration  purposes     by  over nine lion ra���at  tho present tim ��� it I municipal councils, but  up to the pre  takes   twentv-niue���and  the  time    be- I ......i *i i  _    ..._:.-.:  tween the other cities of the southern  interior ami Vancouver will corivs-  pondiog.y shorter. It will indeed lie a  momoi'able trip these delegates m ike  on Sunday, the sixteenth of August.  Coming down to tbo business that  is to be discussed at the oonvention it-  Bolf. The outstanding feature is the  discussion of the Private Irrigation I  Corporation Hill, drawn up by iho|  government of British Columbia.  Among many other things it provides  that thi> govo anient take over njid  operate   all the irrigation systems  the province. Some opposition has of  course been made but the majority of  those interested have not voiced th;*m-  selves as yet, so the reception that  this proposal will meet with at tho  hands of the fruit growers is hard to  anticipate, .liisl this much may l>e  said, however; this measure vitally  ufleets every farmer in the province of  British Columbia  that uses irrigation.  sent time only one county 'has availed  Itself'   of this    opportunity.     Quebec  and  the  Dominion    government    have  also passed     legislation   to encourage  treo    planting,      and    thc     Dominion  forestry branch in the lust fiscal year  distributed    nearly     4.000,000     "��<"  from     the    nurseries at Indian   Ifeajd  for woodlot planting iii western    C.in  ndn.  The    growing  of    forest   trees      on  j waste land can in most cases bu made  I a  profitable undertakin;,  besidns providing  labor to   u coiwidi-rnblp   uutll-  n) , ber of men,  et  uxtensive ruforos-  tration has as yet  bom dono in mM-  ern Canada.  The House of Hoprcsentatlvqs nt  Washington added a vote of g4<H)j0IH)  lo the naval appropriation bill for the  purpose of establishing a Vnited  SIntra system of wireless felography  around the world.  Seulod tenders address, d to the undersigned, and (endorsed "Tenders for  Drill, Mall, Kamloops, B. ('.," wi'4 be  received ul thi-! ollico until -1.00 p.m.,  on Friday, Jnly 21, 1914, for the'eou-  sTruction of the aforesaid building.  Plan*, spei?-ification and form of contract can bo seen and forms of tend-r  obtain d at th- office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Rosldmt Architect, Victoria, II,  ('-, on aPpKontion to the Caretaker of  1'ublic Building, Kamloops, B.O., a!id  at this department.  Persons tendering are notified that  lOttders will nut be consider^! unless  made on the minted forma supplied,  and siun d with their actual signatures  slating their (occupation nnd plnco of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honorable the Minister nf Publio  WorkB, Pfpial to ten per cent (10* p.c.)  of the amount of the louder, which  will bo forfeited if the person tendering  declin" to enter into a contract when  calico1 upon lo do sa or fail to cora-  plote the work contracted ;for. If tho  lend.r be nol accepteil tbp cheque will  be returned.  The depart nietil  tfois not  bind  itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. 0. DESltOniERS,  Socretnry.  Department of Vublic Works,  Ottawa, .iune 27, 1014.  Newspapers wi'l n'd, be paid for this  advertisement if Ouw Insert il without  authority from the Department.     ,v)-3  HAPPY IS the woman who is never  unprepared ; who can always lay a nice  appetising meal or light luncheon before any  guest���unexpected or not. Her friends praise  her for her housewifely qualities and she feels  that delightful satisfaction which can only come  from hospitality perfectly done.  TThe secret lies in having  a well chosen selection of canned  goods and table dainties, always Eit  hand. Look over our stock (the best of the kind in the  town) and make a selection to-day. Then put your fesr  in the cupboard for you will be prepared for any company���  come when it may.  Some of our Specials:  Canned Tomatoes  .8 for $1  Sardines in Pure Olive oil 8 for $1  Snow Ball Salmon    ��� 15c tin  Peachland Canned Peaches 8 for$l  Okanagan Cherries  8 for $1  THE STORE OFPLEN1  7E0FPLENTL/  +*r  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   .   104  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  PRICE LIST  Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies and Seeds  TELEPHONE 29 FREE DEUVERY  l'l.ll  It.-liobln lloud or Purity both high grade, 49 lb. taok ...  KI.OI II.   UoWtt Hood or Purity both high grade 98 lb. taok  KLOUlt.-Prairio   Pride Patent A vory good patent flour 49 lbt  Pride Patent a vo[y g00<] patent flour 98 lbt.  l'XOUii.-Preirie  .���T.OUK.-Grahaui, 24 lb. taok  FLOUit.-Graham 49 lb. 140k  l''l.()lH.-WhoIo Wheat, 24 lb. Wok','."   .................. ��i.   CLOCK.- Whole wheat, 49 lb taok   COBN MEAT,, por 10 lb. took   OATMEAL por II) lb. taok ..................... ....';.'....'.'.'..'." ...  OATMKAI,,-per Kunny ol 10, .o'lb"'i��okl"."".. ."'..'.   ROLLED OATS.-Robln Hood 8 ib ,��0k  ROLLED OATS, per gunny of 10 g ib. ,��oki''.'.'.'...I".'..'...'.'.'.''..  ROLLED OATS por 20 lb. taok  ROLLED OATS per 40 lb. taok   WHEATLETS.-per 10 lb. taok  BRAN.-per 100 lb. taok   ��.4B  HaH or'to'n 'iotifper"**   n.Ud.h.Y. per 10111,. taok $1.50 Hall or ton lots, per ton    ('"UN-Whole Pef lb    al��- per 100 lb. enck     (���OR.V-oruokoil, iwr lb. ...   2Jo.   pet ]<)Q lb. ,aok    CHOPS.-IWluy, 1(10 lb��.   11.60 HB1( or ton lott, per too ......  CHOI'K.-W. & D. 100 lb. $1.60  Hall or ton lot., por ton    JIOI-H.-0 k H, 100 lb.   ,1.60 Halt or ton lot., per ton    HAY.���limotby, por ton .���..,..  MOI.A.SSINE MEAL.-per 100 lb'la'ok", ; ."..".."..";."^'..  0ATS.-2 o.w. reoleanod, per 100 lbs, gl.60. Hall or ton lott, ton  OATS, flatted, per 100 lb.. $1.65 Half or ton lot., per ton    OIL CAKE MEAL.- por 100 lb. .aok   SHORTS.por 100 lb, .aok   $1.65  Hail or ton lot., per ton    WHEAT.-No. :). por 100 lb.. $1.05.   Hall or ton lot., per ton  DEEP SCRAPS, per lb  6o. por 50 lb. .aok   HONE.-Oround, per Ib ...... 5o. per 100 lb aaok    < <>N\'.   Kino oraaked, pur lb 3o. per 100 lb aaok    CHICK FEED per 100 lb. laok   OYSTER SHELL, por lb . 2(o. per 100 lb laok         Fir* per cent. Discount tn abort prices for ipot calk, except oi  Pticea aubject to change without notice  $1.80  $3.50  $1.(10  $3.15  800.  $1.50  .   BOo.  $1.50  ..  40o.  ..  40e.  I3.b5  ..  35o.  $3.20  70s.  $1.35  ..  46o.  $25.00  $38.00  $2.40  $2.55  $30.00  $30.00  $30.00  $18.00  $3.00  $30.00  $81.00  $2.00  $29.00  $37.00  $3.50  $4.00  $3.75  $3.76  $3.40  .1*7 THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914  KELOWNA  KECOKD  PiOt THUS  It Will PAY Every Householder to Study This Advt  May I go and buy it?  $10,000 Overload Stock Must be Sold  18 Days Cash Sale  Starting SATURDAY, JUNE 27th and con-  > ���  ���          ���IIIl^V  1  \  I r-  >*-  iiilii  tiuuing until Saturday, July 18th inclusive, we will  offer in every department an endless round of  bargains. Unforeseen conditions find us over*  loaded with a brand new Spring and Summer  Stock   of   House Furnishings  and' Builder's  J,  i  11  it  n��m>  iiM  do so we will disregard profit markings and  make you money to the tune of 20 to 25 per  cent. The prices are marked in plain figures  on the articles.   Buy now; it will Pay You.  1  Sa.  Hums] m  .inn THI  mmia Hj  "-���I'll  a wivJt mm  B3  rpr  III  11  l|i  |  Remember the Dates  sill  1:'  18 Money-Saving Days  m  40 �� AA worth of Stoves & Ranges  $L,OVJ\J p^,, ^n MTer b, ^ Bn. Now  Reg. $47.50   -   Sale price. $40  All Stoves and Ranges bear big reductions  We don't want you to buy your Furniture and Hardware from us because it is "Cheap,'' but because we are selling our good quality lines at Reduced Prices. Listen! We put an honest  price on every article that comes into our store the first time we mark it, and figure to turn our purchases into cash in their particular season. Exceptionally good business last year  influenced our over-buying for this year, so we are cutting cut the profit in order to unload the over-stock.    There are many things you need just now.     The prices are made low that  you may MAKE YOUR CENTS WORTH DOLLARS.     We cannot tell you all about it here.    Come and see; then Buy  $1,000 Worth of Enamelled  and Tinware to go  TINGS  Stret Saucepans, Blue  enamel, complete with  covert���  Reg. $1.10: Sale pr. 85c  ..     90c        ���     70c  ���     75c        ���    60c  .,     50c       ���    40c  45c       ���    35c  Double Boileri, blue  enamel���  Reg.$l.85;Salepr.$l.50  ��� 1.50 .. 1.20  ��� 1.25 ��� 1.00  ���   90c        ���     70c  White & grey enamel  pails���  Reg.$l.50;Salepr.$l.20  ��� 1.10 .,, 90c  ���   85c       ���      65c  Every article in this  department will go on  sale at 20 per cent, below regular price*.  Preserving Kettle*,  Lipped Saucepan", blue  and grey enamel���  Reg. prices, 30c to $2.10  To Sell at 24c ���   1.68  Dith Pans, Kneading  Pans, Basins, Bowls, Kettles, &c. A complete  stock to choose (rom.  SPECIAL���Biown  earthern Tea Pots. Assortment at 20c each.  Bread Boxes, painted  and japanned.   Colora-  Reg.$l.25;Salepr.$I.OO  ���   1.50       ���      1.20  .,   1.65       ���     1.32  Flour Tins, Boilers,  Pails, Pans, Kettles, &c,  allow sale.  Wire Goods, Wooden  Ware.  ���r  Have YOU  a nloe droaalng  table?  This is a splendid opportunity to restock your  kitchen at values rarely  found anywhere.  No nacd to do without tht  many little odda and tnda  whtn thty can be Mad to  cheap.  %vW  C I9U I, ns-as^mm.  $1,000 Excess Stock  in this Department  Floor Cloths, Printed & Inlaid Linoleum*  New Stock.   Sale price 15  per cent, off regular prices  Carpets, Rug* and Matting, &c, including  Wilton,   Axminster,    Velvet,    Brussells,  Tapestry and Jute.   The imported kinds,  all sizes, and splendid colorings.  Special Stic Prices, 20 p.c. off Reg. prices  INK  W��P��C�� isftW  a/ TUFF  $63.50 Parlor Set, $50  A handsome Parlor Suite, consisting of  Settee, Rocker and Arm Chair. Made in  quartered oak fumed, seat and back upholstered in genuine leather.     A bargain���$50  $59.25 quartered oak, fumed Dining  room set, $45.   7 pieces, table, 6 chairs  Strong, handeorae table; chain atrongly made, aolid  oak. only $41.00  Campers' Outfits Snaer comforts, Sporting Goods. &c.  Wire-woven Colt, Rig. $2.50;   Sale price $2.C0  Collapelble Cam Cola. Rt(. 14.25; Sale price.. $3.60  enta, 10x12, waM-oi. Duck.   Reg $12.25; Sale. $10.40  Euy and Reclining Camp chain, Stool., (kc.  No belter time to get your Camping outfit thtn NOW  Set out Off Stovxa. Ovena, (kc., Electric Iroaa and  Summer Comfort.. Our linta in til etandard ind thi  atock ill new. Silt prictt will rrtgn in every department (or 16 dljra. Coma early. Firat choke ia elwiya  mott ndahctort.  A ahipmml tl Go-carl. ind Cirriagea dut to arrive  any day, will bt put oa aele when received tt big re.  ductiona.   Remember,  18 dtya, commencing Jui e 27th  Ladies Dressing Tables  May be had in mahogany, fumed or  golden quartered oak; splendid mirror*  Mahogany, Reg. $26; Sale price, $20.00  ���     ..         ..     19 ��� ., 15.00  Fumed oak, Reg. 25 ��� ��� 19.50  ��� .,��         ��     ?0 ��� ��� 15.75  Golden   ���   ..      19 ��� ��� 15.00  Chiffoniers, Dressers, Ac,  also Stand*, in Mahogany, fumed and  quattered oak. Many attractive design*  and sizes.   Sale prices, 20 p.c. Discount  Everything in the Furniture department  offer* aplendid bargains. It will pay you  to buy NOW for future requirement*.  Refrigerators and  Screen Door Specials  "Kelowna" Refrigerators, all  new stock, ranging in prices a*  high as $67.50, will he sold at  from 10 to 20 per cent, below  regular prices. We have a big  ���tock of these, all sizes.  Screen Doors  and all Fittings  Window Screens and Porch  Shades. These things are to  sell al 20 per cent. Discount.  The 18 days must show a  great reduction in our stock.  The price* offer big savings.  Starts Saturday, June 27  Hardware  Dalgleish & Harding  Furniture I'AGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (h^o7po7at.irT9(M)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acres  or more. Planted or unplanted. Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  ,     Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Lots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulara apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  Blacktm.thing done.      Weighbridge.     Oats crushed,     Fence pouts, Milk,  Potatoei, Applet, fitc., for Sale.  Apply lo the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office,       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office: 9 to 12;  1.30 lo 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 ;   I to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, cloning at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  l>1�����*,   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  c have a large stock of local and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  '      :        it  :  TOWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. Geo. Etter left  Wednwcfey  Toronto.  for  The pupila ttf thd high School had h  picnic ftci'oss tho hike Tiuwduy afternoon.  a    *    t  Misa Mitiymvi ttoid, of Vanoo'ivor  is via!ling Uila wivk af (he homo of  Mrs. Curls.  Chief I'VtiBer, of ll.<> provincial potico  at VoCuon W��B in town for a few days  I his wook.  Mrs. Swordfaprr an 1 children have  ffohu to Vancouver for   a    few moil tha  this Hiinuuer.  ��� ��   ���  Miss MoNnugliUm left this week fos  Cornwall, Ont., where she will sfiond  Ihe school  viiea'tion.  ��� #   #  Miss Kami from Salmon Ann arrived  ihis week to take up a position in  Willits drug Htore.  Mr. W, A. PitOftirn, of Sterling and  I'iteaini, returned y storduy from a  lengthy visit to the old country.  Anyone desiring to assist the unfortunate people of Hilerest, AUn, where  thu terrible disaster recently occurred  aro advised that any parcels loft at  tho local express offlco will be forwarded to  11 Merest   free of charge;  ��� v   *  Two li'eturos on Thcosophical subjects are to be given ou Monday and  Tuesday, July Kith and I Itli in Kuy-  mer's small hall by Mr. David S. M.  linger, of Chicago, Mr, Uqgcr is national lecturer of tho American section  of the Thoosophieul Society. On thc  Monday he will speak of ';The Hidden  lido of Helicons" nnd on Tuesday on  'The Coming Christ."  Several complaints hnve been made  lately of boys on tho country roads  throwing BtoH��������    al  pastring ntitomo-  biles. Tho police this week have boon  making Pl)'|lllv!e6 Into a case where  D lady was struck in the back as site  was passing along the road in a car,  md il is Understood that th:1 olTtnders  havo been warned to drsisl or suffer  the consequences,  ��� ���  ���  A party of O.l'.R, oflieials'consisting  <��f 1\ W. IVters, general superintendent  Vancouver, II, W. Brodie, general passenger agouti I'. 13, I.armour, general  [reiglil a :ent, and .1. M. Mac Kay, of  Revelsloke passed through Kelowna  Tuesday on their way south. The pur-  poso of their visit was not announced  but it is understood that some extensive development schemes for the  distriot are under way.  Owing to short-ago of funds the  school trustees thin year reluctantly  decided unl to go ta Iho expense of  planting out ihe flower beds in front  ��rf the public school. They will not,  howovei, be allowed to remain uwui-  ed for. Mr. II. Lysons having gen-  iTtaisly come lo tho ast.it.tu nee of the  hoard with an o.Wr to plant the beds  with 'flow?tl from his own greenhouses,  ilhout any exponsc lo the city, tho  dy condition being thai the board  should have ihe bods protected with  Wire netting. At their hist meeting  tho trustees gratefully accepted Mr.  l.\Hon*B offer.  I  ���   ���  A team attached to a dray, standing outside the C.P.R. wharf made  things lively for a while Monday morning just as tho boat was leaving. 'Tho  whistle of the steamer apparently scared the animals and they started up  Bernard avenue. After a while however they doubled back towards the  wharf, and ran ll.ro-'It th- gates towards the boat. When near the md  of tho freight sheds the tongue of the  dray snuppod, and the broken end  dropping to the grodnd caused the  dray to overturn 'completely. In the  mixup Ihe horses were secured. No-Ono  was hurt fortunately, but (ho crowd  on the wharf had to move <|iiick.y to  get out of tho way.  ��� #  #  Dominion Dny passed very i|ulelly in  Kolownn, all tho patriotio celebrationis  being left lo tho rivals, Penticton and  Armstrong, who were vying with each  other to draw the crowds. Quito a  large number uf Kelowna people took  in either ono or the other of tho excursions, and in eonwiuenoe as there  was nothing special taking place here  thc town for the most of the day wore  a deserted look. In the park, however was wore life tor the Presbyterian  Sunday Hchools of Rutland, Henvonlin  aud Glenmore had foregathered for n  united picnic, mid wilh bathing, boating, gnmos and ice cretin., managed to  have a good lime. The attractions of  thc day included a big supper, and the  chartering of a launch for n fr��e trip  on tho lake.  Mr. Milton McLean, from Vernon-has  beon installed as operator at tho now  C.P.lt, telegraph office on the wharf.  ��   ��   *  Mr. C. R. S. Blackaby of the Dank  of Montreal returned vesterduy     from  Vernon after n loliday,  *   ���   ���  Mr. Drury Pryoe will givo a v iano  solo during tho offertory al Knox  I'lvsbyleriaji ihurch on Sunday evening  duly 5th.  Tho Kelowna Hospital Society desire  heartily to thank Crawford & Co.,  for a bountiful supply of books and  magazines,  Miss Corbeti of tho public school  si all' wiM spend the summer vacation  with friends and relatives in Alberta,  In the vicinity of Wotaskiwin.  ��� *   *  Mr. H. \V. Uuymer has commenced  tho construction of a new houso for  Mr. Alex M. Dalgleish on his lot at  the corner of Glenn avenue nnd Kthe.  street.  ���   ���   ���  Rov, 1!. W. I.ee, the popular pastor  of Summerland Methodist church will  conduct both services in th" Kolowna  Mel hodist church on Sunday. .Rev.  -I. C. Switzer wil' take tho church  anniversary servics in Summerland.  tt       *       4  Sir. W. Beaver Jones, late secretary  of the PoaYd of 'Trade left yesterday  for Calgary. He was given a hearty  si nd olT from a number of friends on  the wharf who havo been closely associated with Mr. Jotaes in his work.  Mrs. ��� I onus and family will remain in  Kelowna for a few weeks longer. A  special meting of the Board of Trade  is called for 'Tuesday next to consider  the appointment of a successor to Mr,  Jones.  ��� *   ��  The 'Hospital sewing bee at Cuisa-  chan on June 20th was well attended  and a great amount of work accomplished, but it is neessnrv to have  another bro to complete the work on  hand. T his will be held at Guisachau  on Wedn sd-iy Jul i sib and those who  were prevented from attending the  lasl one will have an opportunity oi  assisting at this one. Mr. Leckie  has kindly offered lo take bidits out  in his auto.  A parly of local tennis players con  sistiug of Messrs. Stone, Wilson, Hor-  dan and Adams, wilh Mrs. Murdock  and Miss Soon motored up to Vernon  yoslirday to play match games with  members of the Vernon elub. Singles,  mixed doubles, and men's doubles were  played, the result being a tie, each  Party winning eight matches, The  Kelowna visitors were hospitably entertained in the o '. a n ; by the Vernon  club to a supper in the Uoyal Hotel.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. G. K. Thompson's orchard off  the Vernon road was tho Bcene of a  very enjoyable picnic engaged in by  the memliers and friends of the local  branch of the International Order of  Good Templars yesterday. Games and  races were indulged in. aod every ono  of the good number'present had a  good'time. An interesting tug-of-war  between teams composed of ladies and  gentlemen also took plnOe. Supper  was served in the orchard, and afterwards Mr. Thonmson was heartily  thanked for his kmilif>ss in lolling tho  brother! and sisters have the picnic  on his grounds.  BIRTH  WATT.-To Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Watt,  at their home near Woods Luko   on  Tuesday, June 38, a son.  School Children's Eyes  Mr  Hue  Intellect'  Defective eyes stunt the mind  Can you expect fair progress  In school or success in  business if so handicapped?  Examination of children for  glasses is a special feature of  our Optical Department.  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER ot OPTICIAN  maaimmti&Nmi^^  SPENDING MONEY FOR JEWELRY IS NOT SPENDING  IT FOOLISHLY. THE DEAREST THING IN LIFE IS AFFEC-  TION. LET THOSE OF WHOM YOU ARE FOND "KNOW IT"  BY SENDING   THEM SOME  LITTLE   TREASURE.  COME TO US FOR THE PRESENTS YOU WISH TO MAKE s  OUR NAME INSURES THE SUPERIORITY OF  THE QUALITY.  BUY ONE OF OUR " COMFORTABLE " FOUNTAIN PENS,  THEN  WRITING   WILL BE A  PLEASURE.  WM. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  ICED TEA  Iced  tea.?  One of the most refreshing drinks ia Iced  Tea. You will like it  best if made from our  High-Grade 'Sunbeam'  Tea, a tea specially  blended, and if good  water is used in the  making a cup of delicious tea will be the  result.  Mb. lead pkg. - 50c  3-lb. tin box - $1.45  5-lb. tin box     -  $2.40  Nabob Jelly Powders  The  largest  and  best  package  (or  the  money on the  market 12 for 90c; 3 for 25c  Nabob Lemonade Powder  Refreshing and thirst quenching 25c tin  Lime Juice (Monserrat) Pints, 45c, quarts, 85c  Rose's Lime Juice  Sweet or sour.   Large quart bottles 60c  All Kinds of Prepared Meats in Stock  in cans or glass.   Keep them in your pantry for unlooked-  for visitors and friends to dinner.  Phone us your wants  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh! Phone Three Oh!  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kind, of Light  Hauling.   Prompt  attention given to  all ordera  W.P.Meredith   -    Prop  Phone 65  or call at A. Cox'a Second-hand Store THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914  KELOWNA  RECOUD  ANGLICAN  St. Michael .hd.AU Angela' Church.  rVparaias Pnarar,  Urea, on the first and AM Sunnare.  MomiagPnwarat II ��>M>I Ktaaiat Prayer a,  St Andrew'., Okanagan Miaaion.  Firat and third Sunder in monlk, Matins aad Litany  at 11 a.m. "  Second Sunder, Holj Communion at S a.m.  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. Raster.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knot Presbyterian Church, Kelowna  MoraineSerrieeeat II am.,.. miniHnrica��l7t30  ��.���>.   Sunder Sohool at J:30 p.m.  Weekly Preret Meattms on Werlaeerrar. at S p.m  Rav. A. DUNN. 8.O.. Paator  BENVOULIN PBESBYTEBIAN-  BETHEL CHURCH!  Sarrica 7.30p.m.   Sunday School 2 30p.m.  RUTLAND  Sarrica 11 a.m.        Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Sarrica 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W.T. BEATTIE, Peetor  Thei Manitoba provingI sleMion will    At an ,ndUn Potlatoh ^^ he,d  jbi held or. Fnday^July 10th. ,t Duncan, Vancouver Island,   Indian  I   ���__... .    i**���1 ff' B. Robertson announced   to  |   Mr. E. Wilson, lor   many year, pnn- ,������ tl.ibes j^j    fa future tfce        ,a.  oipal ol the Armstrong High Sohool,  tion8 prohibiting patlatchee would   be  has resigned his^position. rigidlv   ^^   and that no   more  ,  , , ,   ,       ...        . BUOn gatherings would be allowed. The  A  arge coal deposit ha. been looat- ohie|, of the Vttrioug tribe, have ,;  ed at Toby Creek, a lew mih*    Irom L) a atrong protest which will be lor-  \V;-i  t h  Own These  .Hay ing,  Helpers  nils Year  Invermere, B. C.  .warded to Ottawa.  METHODIST  Kalowna Methodist Church.  Sabhath Sarrica at 11 a.m. and 7i30 p.m.  Sundar Sohool at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wadnuadar al S p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellis St.  Sabbath Service, at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  ekb.lt, School a) 9.30 a.m.      All welcome  Wed. 7.50. p.m. Rar. P. J. W.l.h, Pastor.  0��Hfur  ENGRAVING  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   ��*NUfACTU��ED IN *EH����N CANADA  Bv rMiCuiAND-DlBBuENuC'L'-  i"' (oon woniD1 ttioc.  !   H. B. H. Princo Arthur ol Connwught ���   A fearless aviator named Konsohel,  I will lay the corner stone ol tho Brit-  macle a wager that he would     shave  , ish Columbia building in London    on himself while Hying round the     race  July 16th. course   at   Affternud.    Thc   bet   was  'accepted at 800   crowns ($100), even.  The eighteenth annual convention of Whil�� looping tho loop and performing  the Baptist ohurches ol B. C, starts other nerve-racking feats in mid air,  in Vanoouver today and continues un- |Knosohe! lathered his face and with a  til the 6th. safety razor rid himself ol a two-days  growth, steering the aeroplane with his  The women in the Anglican ohurches knee8i    After twenty minutes he land-  in the diocese of Toronto are to    be  od, having won the SIOO.  given a vote in vestries in all matters  At the foot ol a 100-foot bluff, tho  bodios of three women and two men  victims of an automobile wreck, were  found on the ocean beach today at  White Point, a few miles north of  San Pedro. The automobile, a new  machine, driven by Harry Baker, a  wirolees operator at San Pedro, had  fallen over the bluff, and Baker's four  passengers, all lost thoir lives.  Decide that jroull  no loafer labor under a  COCKSHU1T IMPLEMENTS  dealing with purely parochial affairs.  .     .     9  Jack Johnson won on Saturday  night hi his fight with Frank Moran,  for the    world's championship.     The  'event took place     in Paris, antl there  I wos a groat crowd present.  1 a   a   a  The horns nnd bones of a wild ox  and ���the antlers of a red deer, both  prehistoric animals, have been lound  during dredging in the river Thames  at Marlow, Buckinghamshire.  a   a   a  A big fire at Revelstoke last w.wk  swept out of existence seven business  houses on tho main street of the city  and rendered the occupants of the  upper stories homeless. The loss is  estimated at 850,000 with insurance  of 116,700.  a   .   .  Adam Segmart, who was ��� passenger  on tho Titanic and was saved in a  lifeboat, was drowned while bathing in  Besok Lake. He could not swim. He  stopped into a hole and went down before   aid could    reach him.    Segmnrt  was a  leaves  Pennsylvania-coal minor,  a wife and four children.  The bodies of 10 fishermen wero recovered from Lake Constance, and  at least 25 mors are missing, believed  to have been drowned in a sudden  storm which broke o ver the region.  The storm came so suddenly that tho  fiJhirmin wero unable to reach land,  only a mile or so away. Many were  rescued by lake steamers and other  craft, after thoir light boats had  capsized.  '  .  .   .  The general Bynod of the Anglican  Church of Canada will be held in  Vancouver beginning Sept. Oth and  will be in session for two weeks. Ths  convention will be composed of the  He  two houses; that ol the bishops,     ol  In Hot Weather  ICE CREAM  makes an ideal dessert  with your dinner. Wa  Can sell you a  Small brick, enough (or 8..40c  ���j    pail.      ,.      .,  4.25c  Large brick ��� ��� 16..80c  ���    pail       ���      ��� I0..50c  Pint pails 35c  Quart paila 70c  Just gin us a phone  call about 20 or 30  minute, before you  want it, and wa will  have it delivered for  you, or drop in on your  war home far a pail  or a brick.  For ths host go to  Alsgard's  PHONE 110   II  Mr. Lawloy, a surveyor recoutly nKea  through from Vernon to Vancouver on  his pony. Tho route followed was by  way ol Kamloops, Lillooet, Peitjbcrlon  and Kquamish. The trip overland was  most pleasant nnd was very muoh on-  joyed by Mr. Lawloy, who ie an ardent lover of nature.  .   .   .  There has died recently in London  England, at tho age of 105, an old  lady who recollected being taken  out by her father to see the illuminations after Waterloo, and was     pres-  whom twenty-six will attend and that  of the representatives, including both  .lay and clerical delegates. At ths  same time the triennial convention of  the Women's Auxiliary will fa held.  The most important question to  come up before the delegatos will be  that of the enrichment and adaptation ol tho Prayer Book. The detailed programme' has not yet l,ctn  drafted.  a   e    e  Instead of    exploding nitroglycerine  in the recesses of the earth     to    increase the flow of oil wells, a     more  ^^^^^^^^^^^ .recent method has been employed    by  ent in St. Paul's Cathedral at the compressed air. The compressed air  servioe held thore after tho death of ,��� U8CJ upon the theory that is the  tbe Princess Charlotte, which no- original rock pressure is put back  ourred in 1817. upon the rack the .flow of oil through  *   *   * it    will    be held constant or greatly  Canada   imported    7200 motor oars  increased.     Thus, ns    the oil is    ox-  from the United States in 1013,     the hausted, t be    lost pressure,    is   con-  N'wVW*tr>1rWV  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lm*vK��Wwm9 a.*., 3.30 p.*  Leara* Wutkaak B.M s.s.., 4 f.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays tt Saturdays  Leave* Ktlowaa II ���.��.  LMfttWartbaak 11.30 a.a.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phons No. 106  G. H. E HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios In ths Interior  Permits by appointment  Pmoou Stmt,   ���   Kakwu  total value of which wus 80,335,561.  Five years ago in 1908, Canada bought  only 385 cars, worth 8700,504, from  the American markets. There are today Irom forty to fifty thousand cars  in use throughout tho Dominion, with  an average of between 1500 to f 1600.  . .  .  The newest specimen of suffragette  tactics is revealed in thc announcement by Mrs. Margaret Stockman of  Hampstead, London, that sho has altered her will disinheriting her son in  favor of hor daughter pending the  granting of votes for women. Shs  says that other women aro taking ths  sumo st?)).  ...  The Quebec Government, in the interests of Canadian finance generally  and in order that the first steps may  be taken in tho national standardization ol food, deotdeti to celebrate Dominion Day as Maple Products Day,  and to advertise throughout ths British Dominions the products of the  maple tree.  .0    S    S  A Museum of oriminology has been  founded In Paris by M. Charles Per-  ohard, formerly chief of the polios  Anarchist Brigade, Among its curious  contents ��re a hollow wax baby whioh  was used to smuggle, brandy into Paris  recently. A woman Carried a baby  into the city every day, but as it  never grew any bigger the authorities  examined it and discovered the fraud.  In marked contrast with tho tolerant  spirit of the English authorities lo  ward the militant suffragettes snd the  agitation in the United States against  oapital punishment ol women criminals  Germany evidenced ber sentimentality  taward the weaker sex when two women wore beheaded by headsmen with  blocks and axes, making a total ol  four women to suffer a similar fate  within a few weeks, Thc death sentences were executod aooording to the  mediaeval method, whioh Germany, ot  all civilised nations, retains.  tinuously restored by pumping vast  quantities of compressed air into the  inner earth. The now method has  been so successfully worked as to  [give promise of general adoption  throughout the oil fields of the country.  .   .   .  The Irish Amending Bill, which has  now been issued shows that the government proposes to be rather more  generous than might have boon first  inferred. A provision of the first  clausu says thnt if within three  months after the date of the passing  of 'the not a petition is presented to  tho lord lieutenant from any country  in Ulster demanding a poH with reference to tho question of temporary  exclusion from operation of the aot  and the lord lieutenant is satisfied*  that the petition is signed by not lass  than one-tenth ol tho parliamentary  electors in that oountry be shall cause  a poll to be taken. The question is to  bs submitted to the electors in the  following form: ,  "Are you in favor ol exolusion  Irom the operation ol the Government  of Ireland Act, 1914, for a period of  six years?"  UNEXPECTED  "No man is as well known as hs  thinks he is," says Caruso. "I was  motoring on Long Island recently. My  car broka down, und while the chauffer was repairing it, I entered a farmhouse to get warm.  "Tho farmer and 1 ohatted in the  kitchen before the wood stove, and  when he asked my namo, I told him  modestly .that it was Caruso.  "At (hat name ho threw up his  hands. 'Caruso!' he exclaimed, 'Robinson Caruso, the great traveler. Little did I expect ever to see a man like  you in this humble kitchen, sir!, " ���  Frott It Wood Mowers are aot merely fair weather  msdujwa. They're right there with the power aaa catting ability when other mowers are spt to Call down.  Put a Frost * Wood mower to work ia a beery or  tangled crop aad watch bow easily It handles tba Job.  You can start It anywhere in the Sold and tbe knives  will begin cutting the instant the torsos awe forward.  "Flytog Starts" are not necessary. The Giant No. I  luu great driring power because of the simple snd compact arrangement of the gears. Smooth running and  light draft are assured by a plentiful supply of large  Roller Bearings. It will give you the kind of eetielac-  tioo you are looking tor.  Tht Tiger Self Dump Rah* ie tbe heat Self Deatt  Rake made. It haa given saHs/acrloa for raany hay-  tag seasons. The teeth art mad* of a special grade  of steel, that has presto by tact, the beat adaped to  withstand hoary work and hard usage. Thejr ato  carefally shaped to do the most efficient work,  the "TIGER" it strongly coattriictod tlms��lat��t,  frame, wheels and braces are all made of high apulttf  steel, so there is nothing about it to get est of ordsr  An inTestnwat in a Frost & Wood Rake is prceWaek.  With ordinary care it will laat a gnat tnaay years  and wlu pay' yon large dividends of sarlarastioo tack  year at Haying Time. We win be glad to ht yea  ban further information about thia or aay other Mat  of Frrm Implements and Eqm'peasnt  Kelowna Implement Company, Limited  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A L L DAIRY  A. LANCE Proprietor  CREAM. BUTTER, EGGS. &c  Spatial Cows for Infanta v  On Monday, June 1st, we sre opening up the large store next our dairy on  Pendozi Sir, aa an Afternoon Tea Room and lor sals of small fruit and cream  Two Dsliveriea Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendozi Street, Phons 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE I  OR RENT, all fitted wilh bash  W.C., hot water, (to.  PA Bu 185  See the Attractions  At Richmond's Cash  Store  In Cool and Comfortable Summer Merchandise of Every Description  f  With the changing conditiona that have  come about in the merchandising world  in the past few years���the call for bigger  values and better service for the Cash  customer���is being daily responded to at  Richmond's. No better evidence is needed than our daily increasing Cash Sale  We are offering some very special  values this week in Boots and Shoes  Gents' Furnishings and Dry Goods  It pays to buy at Richmond's, the store that sells for  less, as we sell for Cash only. We can save you at  least 10 to 20 per cent. The big expense of a credit  business is NOT charged to our 'Cash   customers  New and seasonable goods are arriving daily  at the store for your inspection.  Shop at  Richmond's Cash Store of  Big Values, Kelowna PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 2, 19H  Mens Wear  for  Summer Days  You will not complain a-  bout the heat if you dress  according to the weather.  You will not complain about  the price if you buy at the  Cash Store.  Just a few Suggestions  Straw Boater Hals.$l.258< $1.75  Chip Straw Hat, $1.25  Panama Hat.   $5.00  White DucltPsnta,$l.35��c$l.75  ,.   Flannel     $4.00  Grey Silk Jackets $5.50  Navy Flannel Blazera $5.50  Nainaook Union Suits $1.25  Balbriggan    $1.00  Bathing Suit. 85c  Black   and   Tan   Cotton  and  I.isle Socka, 2 for 25c to 35c  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caah Clothing Store  WILLITS' BLOCK       KELOWNA  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights ol the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, ths Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion ol  the Province of British Columbia, may  be teased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annua, rental of tl an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to ons applicant.  Application for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which the rights applied for are  Situated.  In surveyed territory the lead must  he dsscribed by sections, or legal subdivisions ol sections, and in unsurvsy-  ed territory ths tract applied ior  shall be etakod out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must bs accom-  .panied by a fee ol to whioh will be  refunded if the rights appHsd lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol the mine at the  rite of live osnts per ton.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish ths agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, snob  returns should be furnished at least  pnos a year.  Ths lsass will include ths ooal mining rights only, but ths leasee may  bo permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary ior the working ol  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  Por full information application  should be mads to the secretary ol  ths Department of the Interior, Ot  lawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  v7. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister ol ths Interior.  V.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   ol  this advertisement  will not be     paid  FORTY MEN  WANTED  $2.50 per day  No Fees      Free Transportation  Call at Second Hand Store  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant,   Specification!    and    Eatimata*  Furniahed  Public School Report  and Honor Roll  Year Ending June 30th, 1914  On Roll   Aver-   Pet.  Div. I    Div II ...  Div. Ill ...  Div. IV ...  Div V    Div.  VI ...  Div VII ...  Div. VIII ..  Div.  IX ...  Div. X    Div. \I  ...  Div. XII ...  as  as  43  88  [81  20  38  33  '28  III  39  ���J7  28.65  32.29  34.9  28.27  26.52  28.12  32.02  2*13  '29.35  29.87  27.6  20.07  Toluls   3115    350.79  Atti-ndnucv pcrccotngo  '   86.8  84.9  81.1  85.7  85.5  96.9  84.2  87.9  81,5  95.1  96.5  88.9  Visits ol IriislMM lo nil rooms:  ,1.  A.  Higgcr,   (chuirmun)     99  W. H. Trench .'.  78  V. M. Buokland   30  .1. II. Knowles  -.  26  I). Loojrlo ill months)   II  G, s. McKenzie (fl months)   15  ROLLS OK HONOll  Division 'I.���  Profioleuoy.���Ewart Fletcher.  Atteiuluni't'.���Vivian Jones.  Deportment.���Frances Buokland.  Division II.���  Proficiency.���Geo. Pettigrew.  AltondanOB.���Kathloen HoKcnzle.  Doportmenl.���Aliuu Wilson.  Division 111:���  proficiency.���I 'hus. Stuart.  Attendance.���Gerald Switzer.  Deportment.��� Albert Heidi.  Division IV:���  J'r.ilieiinew���Nellie Jones.  Attendance.���Lizzie Wilson.  Deporlment.���Gladys Teal.  Division V:���  Proficiency.���llessie  llaug.  Attendance.���Willie Tlminliiisun.  Deportment.���Gilbert Clarke.  Division VI:���     .  Proficiency .--I loo. Ryder,  AllenJanee.���Knnald Todd.  Deportment .���Mary Woolsey,  Division VII:���  Proficiency.���Willie Andrews.  Attendance.���Alloc Burtoh,  Deportment.���Eddie Pettigrew;  Division VIII:���  Proficiency.���Ralph Hull.  Attendance.���Alice Bvrna,  Deportment.���Hugh nloKoiiila.  Division IX:���  Prof icieney.���Doris 11 Illicit one.  AllenJanee.���Winnifrod Tutclior.  Deportment.���Florence Webster,  Division X:���  Proficiency.���Kathleen Campbells  AllenJanee.��� Willis  Akoroyd.  Deportment.���Lily Iloare.  Diviiion XI:-  Profieieney.���I.ylo MeKillluy.  Attendance.- Ilnbort Croft.  Deportment.���Frances Patterson.'  Division XII.���  Proficiency.���Maud Kincaid.  Attendance.���Florence Hyder.  Deportment.���Frances TreadjjulJ.  PROMOTION LISTS  Tha (ollowlnt) pupils have lioun    promoted into th.' class Indicated.     The  names nre nol arranged in ordor    of  merit.  TO MNTBANOE CLASS  FROM DIVISION I  Louise Cnmplstll.  Jus Calder.  Judson Copelana.  Guy DeHart. ,  Robert Dykes.  Goo. Pettigrew.  Tom Rilehic.  Geo. Sutherland.  Jnek Thayer,  Opal Thompson.  Ian Weddell.  A. Wilson.  Will Raymer.  Russell Leckie.  Harry James.  Recommended:���  John Dutlor.  Kathleen McKen/.io,  Boh Thayer.  Gladys French.  TO ENTRANCE CLASS  FROM DIVISION HI.  Robert Hall.  nenry Crowloy.  Albert Keith,  Beatrice Wilson.  Torcnco Crowley.  Katie Akeroyd.  Recommended:���  Maude Ncill.  TO JUNIOR IV FROM DIV. III:-  Buy DeHart.  Peter Drodie.  Lloyd Day.  Gerald Swilwir,  Eugene Newmeyer  laoob Krimmor.  .Tefsic McMillan.  Dorothea Buck.  Cnrl McKenzie.  Sherman Con.  ���  )fl  Eileen Fowler.  Hugh McKenzie.  Bert Dnvis.  Dorothy Marty.  Charlie Stuart.  Mary Stuart,  Beryl llulman.  Robert Stillingfleet.  James Brunette,  Karl Wilson.  TO SENIOR III FROM  DIV. IV  .__                 Rosalie Wilson.  Flora Boll.  Carrie Bott,  Reggie Weddell.  Harry Bawtinhoimor  Itccom mended: ���  Joe Bouvetlc.  Mary McMaster.  Hugh Brunette.  Geo. Richmond.  Geo. Cady.  TO JUNIOR 11 FROM DIV IX:-  Dorothy Craze.  Joegle Paisloy.  Kathleen Crowley.  Grneo Cox.  Beth Davis.  Ruth Rowcliffe.  Annie Dillubough.  Winnie Andrews.  Bessie Huggan.  '  Lily Johnson.  Graluim KvnnS.  Doris lluustoiic.  Nellie Jones.  ���:  Charlie McMillan.  Clarence Josselvn.  , ���  Christine Ferguson,  EIFio Neil.  .���  Miriam Small.  Morton  Richmond,  Ronald  Weeks.  IJniilo Marly.  Lois Copeland.  Henry1 Tut II  Kvorell Wilson.  Ndliu Whitehead  Recommended;���  Ila/el Williams.  Kathleen Humphrey.  Annie Wilson.  TO SKNIOU 1 FROM DIV VIII*-  l.i//ie Wilson.  ��� -;  Stcphen Bell.  Donovan Woolsey.  ���  I.eonarn Butler.  lleeomniended:���  Hector Duggan.  Han McMillan.  Cecil Duggan.  Gladys Teak  ClilTord Dillubough,  TO SKNIOU III FROM DTV.'V:-  \ ictor Fowler.  Willic Thomlinson.  Melville  Leathley.  (iilbert Clarke.  Kenneth Mckinley.  Edgar Aldridge,  TO JUNIOR I FROM DIV. XL-  Fred Dui^an.  John Aitken.  James Anderson.  Cyril Askew.  Ralph WotMcll.  Muriel Cox.  Vera Hill.  Frank Simkiuson.  Harry Hubbard.  Leonard Mlair.  Lawrence Morrison.  TO ,11'VIOR HI FROM DIV. V  llessie lump.  Margaret Bandirs.  TO JUNIOR I FROM DIV IX:-  Sntric Bell.  Claire  KoWoMHe,  Pouglas Buukland.  Violet Dillon.  Jack Ryder.  Macdonalil Knight.  'Ihelinu Dillon.  Mary Uitchic.  Muriel Dillon.  ( harlie ( "pelunil.  "  Bertie Adams.  Clifford Graham.  Ilecommeniled:-  Florence Webster.  Dorothy   Morrison,  Wallace Meiklo.  TO JUNIOR III  FROM  DIV, VI  -       TO SENIOR PRIM Kit 11  Willie Andrews.  FROM DIVISION X��-  TO JUNIOR 111 FROM  Willie Akeroyd.  DIVISION VI. AND VI  :-  Percy Andrews.  Grovcr Allan.  Kathleen Campbell,  Lulu Bovette,  Bruce Coliuctlo.  Jeannie Black.  Jnok Harrison.  Donald Ualaillle.  I.ily Honre.  Alex Brodio.  Janiis I.nidlaw.  Paddy Crowley,  Leung Gee Wo.  F.dmiind Corby.  Patricia Stewart.  Minnie Curls.  Ellis Todd.  Ralph Cox,  Bertha Thompson.  Gladvs Hnll.  Klwyn Williams.  Raymond Laws.  TO JUNIOR PRIMES II  Winnie l.onu'loy.  FROM DIVISION X:-  Mollie Miller.  Alico Clement.  .Nelson Marshall.  Mildred Cox.  Geo.  Kyd.iL'.  Una Dellurl.  Roht. Ryder,  Cyril Hillard,  Sheila Snashall.  Marguerite Mills".  Alma Snashall.  Billy Morrison.  Ronald Todd.  Geo.  Peters,  Mary Woolsey,  Hilda   Itayinor.  Iris Wohsler,  Margaret Sulheiluud.  Stanley Whitehead.  Wong On.  Recommended:���  TO JUNIOR PRIMER 11  Boh Burtch.  FROM DIVISION XI:-  Ivy Laws.  Evn Blackwood.  Geo. Oliver,  Alec Corhitt.  Curl Wrlggleaworth,  Robert Croft.  TO SKNIOU II FROM  DIV, VII  Goo. Ellis.  Ailcen Annslrang.  Lily Hill.  Alma Haw liuheimer.  Lyle Mckinley.  Alice Burtoh,  Frances Patterson.  Ktlio Clement.  Tommy Stewart.  George Clement.  James Sulherlund.  Bertie DuuCun.  Alieo Palmer.  Agnes McMaster.  TO BENIOR I'lUMKR 1  Nellie Patterson.  FROM DIVISION XI:-  Willie Sanders.  Rosle Bnrnside.  lledley Craxe.  Chow Sen.        ��  Alberln Small.  Muriel Murshall.  Bella Teeter.  I'hillipia Oliver.  De-<sie Thompson,  Dorothy Stockwell.  Cicely Tuit.  Lillian Wehsler.  Henry Witter.  Martha W'oolsoy.  TO SENIOR I'RIMKR I  FROM DIVISION X:-  Reeoinmcndeil:���  ���laok Duncan.  Arthur Brunelto.  May Kailin.  Arthur l.udluw.  Polly Kadlo.  TO PUNIOR II FROM DIV, VII  _               Helen Faulkner.  .lack lliieklund.  Willlo l.ongley.  Martha Bnrnside.  TO SKMOK PRIMER 1  Shirloy Chiitnbora.  '  FROM DIVISION XII:-  Dorothy Cramp.  l.eslie Adams.  Slnnley Duggan.  Thelma Cox.  Maliel Fisher,  Janet Clarke  Ethel Hillard.  Annie Curls.  I'.velyn l.aneasier.  Mny Davies.  I'ny Lea,  Annie Dillnhough.  l'.chlie  I'etligrew,  Minnie  I'm is.  Edward Small.  Rolicrt Ennis,  Siegwurd Forssell.  Willie Stewart.  Wilbert Witter.  Beatrice Frnsor.  Wong You.  Arthur Johnson.  Maud  Kincaid,  Recommended:���  Muriel Snashall.  Bertie Marshall.  10 JUNIOR 11 FROM  )IV VIII  !_               Camille O'Brien.  Rnl|ih Ball.  Ada Poole.  Alice Byrns.  Florence R.vder.  Willie Day.  Mary Sanders.  'Maliel Davies.  Polly Snashall.  Johnny Dillabough.  Dorothy Thomas.  Hilda Duggan  Frances Treadgold  Ewen Hunter,  Chan .Jiin.  Johnny Krinuner.  Russell Williams.  Howard Leathley.  Willie Wright.  mTorcl  They buy it for what it does.  That's why the Ford is servant of  more than 530,000. It holds the  world's record for all-round dependability. And its the lightest,  the strongest, the most economical  car on the market. And don't  forget the service.  Six hundred dollar, ia the price ol the Ford  runabout; the touring car ia aii fifty ; ihe town  car nine hundred���f. o. b. Ford, Ont., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particulara from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. - KELOWNA, B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preibyterian and new English Churchea)  Plants  in great vatiety  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A fresh supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived      ��  CUTFLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phone 68  PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b��� 117  -THE-  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking. Tasty, daintily-served mealsat moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, &t.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock ol Now and Second-Hsnd Harneaa.   Spscisl Sanitary Sweat  Pads and Back Pads,        They een be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harness Maker  Store sdjoining the 25c atore  KELOWNA  Phone 2J7  P.O. Bos 191  j  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Succor, to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aad Rot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Btc.  Pipe Flttinga oi all kinds.  Oilier and Shop: rrr*. snivi.., a   r�� r>  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Gauge        KELOWNA, B.C.  Wnnrl I ^ry Pine anc* ^ir*' H  W V    *4a#"ear\ea t Guaranteed dry wood resdy lor burning  ���in.  ssdy lor burning  CASH PRICES  One to (our ricks.. .$2.73 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Dslivered snywhsrs in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan At Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  -THE  Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.  PRACTICAL AND SANITARY PLUMBERS  Bsths, Toilet, Baains and Sinka, fitted on the moat approved principle  Before having that bath room fitted up get in on our figures.  We have a special rate (or these hard times.   Inapection invited  Wsrehouse and Woikahop,  ELI AVENUE  Betwasn Water and Pendoii Strait  Phone 335 THURSDAY, JULY 2, I9H  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGE SEVEN  mts f  or  McCormick and Deering  Rakes  Mowers &  Hay Tedders  All the different sizes in s ock  Feed  Baled Hay  Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  25 p.c. Reduction on Grass Chairs  for the month of June only  Thia Rocker only $5 Thia Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna Furniture Co.  ^m*mr*mr*m*m*m*m*>ai***S*m**1*m*^m*a*~m*m*a^^  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Esc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Phone 3302 Box 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  /V%^/^^��.V^���^r^a^���*W���WS��^B^.,NS>>*V%>X>,^a^��^���1^Aa^r,^  ���^^O^m^m^m^mtSA^mm^m^mU^^mymt^tmY  League Pennant Won  by High School  The final game n he 8-hoolfl League  took place cm Friday afternoon lust  when the High School aud Publio  School teams met at tho park beloro  a good crowd to finish the schedule.  The game had been postponed from  last .Saturday and owing to the i v  poitance of the contest the crowd  expected a hard game, as the winning  of the game by the Public School  would bring about a tio in the positions of the two clubs and another  game would huve to be played, but  in this they wore disappointed as the  game proved very one-Bided and >m-  interesting, the High School winning  by a score of 20 to 6.  Kincaid pitched for tho High School  and was in fine form, keeping the hits  well scattered and his club gave him  good support and were never in danger.  The league has been a great success  and next season will no doubt see it  onco more in operation. The boys  have taken a keen interest in the contests, and have enjoyed the sport and  exercise the games have furnished. The  collections taken, up at the games has  covered the running expenses.  Next year the teams should be materially stronger than thoy were this  year, owing to the practico and experience gained by this season. The  High School next year will be compelled lo split up some of their material among the other clubs so thut  the other clubs will have a fail' chauce  as nearly all th<> players of this year  with tho possible exception of Kincaid  are expected to remain, while several  of the best players of the Public  Sohool club will be clashed in thoir  ranks.  Ellison can be depended on to give  n good account of themselves another  season as thoy have eorne (rood pin vers  and tho experience gained this season  will usskt thorn to a considerable extant.  The Itullaiid boys deserve a -rood  share of credit for the gameness they  have displayed throughout tho season,  Thoy were handicapped greatly in not  having enough at Rutland to form  a club. Thus it was necessary for them  to obtain what material they could  from Benvoulin and Mission. This  resulted in the players being unable to  get together foi-practice and to this is  due ta a great extent their showing in the league this year. However it  it doubtful if any of the clubs enjoyed  tho sport more or are looking forward  to anither season with keener interest.  Tho High School will hold the lwau-  tiful silver cup. presented by Mr. W. H.  Trench for this year and it is.to bo  hoped that another year thoy will be  given us h ird u fie'ht to retain il as  thoy have had  this year to win it.  Following is the standing of tin.  clubs at the close of the leaguo race:  High Sohool 12     10     3���,830  Public School .... 12        S       I���,001  UHlson 12      fl    fi���.500  Rutland 12      i    Ij���,084  Local Ball Team  Meet Double Defeat  Iho lui'nl baseball club farud rather  poorly on (heir trip abroad lust week  losing both hvigue games as well as  tho exhibition gume ut Vernon on  Friday afternoon.  'Iho olub traveled lo Vernon on Wednesday afternoon and met .dofcat thero  by Kt to 3, the game being called at  the end ol the sixth inning to allow  them to reach Salmon Arm by a"to in  time to catch a trn;n for Kevulstolio  where I hoy wore scheduled to play the  following afterno. n.  Rain HI heavily throughout tho  game an I tlio field was in a sloppy  condition, making fust running or  fielding impossible.  Onstner handled the game to tho satisfaction of the Vernon club, but his  decisions did nol moot with favor from  the locals.  The frame at Hevelstoke on Thursday  resulted in a win lor the home olub  12 to :t. During this contest the rain  fell st 'tidily muling the field too wet  for good baseball and such weather is  evidently not (o the liking of tho Kolowna | layers.  On'the return journey tlio boys stopped at Vein n for an exhibition game  and again mot dirfeat by 10 to 5. The  locals started to hit Williams, who  went to the mound for Vernon too  freely to suit tho Vernon manager who  took him out after the locals had  mad> five runs off him and substituted  Molvor. After this the Kelowna boys  i'liihd to score, while thc home club  piled up ten runs.  Following is the stanling of the  clubs to the enil of dune:  Ka in loops  Hevelstoke   in      4      6-.400  SUCCESS IN THE RAISING OF  PHEASANTS  The succosb which has attended' the  elTort of the game department to raise  flocks of pheasants in the Okanagan  Valley by sending out eggs Irom the  government pens at Chilli wnck, to be  hatched out by domestic fowls, has  resulted in siniilur efforts in different  parts of the province this year. In  each case the experiment has proved  ouccesslii]. Over 400 eggs have been  sent out this .season, and nearly all  have hatched out.  Those in Ke,owna especially ai'e reported to be doing vory well at the  present timo.  In order to produce succeeding  broods of healthy birds, the depart*  ment follows up each brood with the  gift oi a brood reared in another  place from another strain of pheas-  ents, for tho purpose of producing the  neeessary crossing of the blood.  Mr. J, M. Thomas, who at his ranch  Hi-fir Okanugun Falls has roared a  flock of Kit) pheasants this year, is  also trying to raise quails. The brood  which started two years ago is reported to he thriving.  NEW CARDINALS CREATED AT VATICAN  Scenes from tho'Vatican, during the recent consistory when eighteen new  cardinals were creatifl The upper picture shows tho Papal throne, and tho  new cardinals being presented to Popo Pius X. The lower picture .shows several of the new eardinals kneeling before the altar in the Sistine Chapel  before being presented with the red hats. Each cardinal has an assistant  These assistants are shown standing in the background against tho wall.  Most of tho new cardinals were created from the Archbishops of the European countries. Abbe Qasijurt president of tjio English Benedictines was one  of tho notables to rocoivo the red hat. Archbishop Nt-gin of Canada was also  elected, new cardinals were created for the United States, although Cardinals Farley, Gibbons and O'Connel were present at the consistory.  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McClary Semi-Steel. See a  WQa&a  Kbotenay  _7?Qft(fe  You'-- notice the linings are  Vs. JT      made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McClary dealer.     M  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd  FURNISHED HOUSE  WANTED  (or 3 or 4 months.     At least three bedrooms.  Must be strictly modern  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and baing  about loo feet above the lake, it commands s beauti.  (ul view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMOHE. Don't miss the opportunity of .electing a few acre, of this deeirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  Something you WANT is what you should buy.  An article you DONT WANT is costly  at any price.  If you want to buy a useful article, go to  COX'S  Second - Hand Store  If you have anything to Sell go to C X ��  If you want to Exchange something,  go to   OX'S, at the  Corner of Water Street and Lawrence  Ave, opposite Opera House  We will endeavour to supply your wants  A Line of New Crockery alwaya  in  stock  Singer Sewing Machines  SPECIAL  One Large Peninsular Range  One oak Extension Table.   Mahogany Dresser  and Commode.   One oak Buffet.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  EatUatea Furniahed on all kind, of buildings.      Rssidsncsa aad Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have s full line of interior decorations, consisting of ths latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.    Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapera and gat say  eetimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited AGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THUHSDAY, JULY 2, 1914  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESilOUR  The World's Best  Send for Five Roses  COUPON  WAlt   Nam*   and   Addreu    plainly  LWt lot|��t to cii.-Iuk Ton Cents  MME Of titALU ���  Cook Book-  BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully  chosen from the contribution* of over two thousand  succmlul turn of Five H.>%���-��. Flour throushout Canada,  Also Useful Noies On the v mi out cImji-i ol good things  lo eat, all of which have iieen carefully checked and  te-c tie cited by competent hi'tlioiity.  Mdrm ,m Envilopi to IAKE Of THE WOODS MIUING CO. UMIIED, WIHNIPfg  W. R. GLENN & SON, Agents  Kelov  B.C.  Breeding of Dairy Cattle Is a Round-the-World  Flight Possible?  Canadian Industrial Exhibition  WINNIPEG JULY 10-18, 1914  "The Meeting Ground and Market Place  Between East nnd West "  What this year's visitors will see���  A great Live Stock Exposition The Wonderful Pony Show  Scientific Gas Engine Demom.lrntion "The Siege of Delhi"  Dominion Experimental Farm Exhibit The Water Carnival  West's Biggest Race Program    Working model of Panama Canal  Beachey, world-famous aviator, Looping the Loop and  Flying Upside Down  $75,000 for Premiums. Purses and Attractions  Entries close June 22nd Prize List on application  Get ready and come;   you'll be interested every minute  FRED. J. C. COX, President  A. W. BELL, Secretary and Manager  I Breeding from good milkers, whose  parentage is known will invariably produce calves, which lator on, will also  ' give a lurgu pail of milk. Breeding  from anltnala whoso parentage is unknown, or which are crons-brnd muat,  at the best be only guesswork, in id  I very uncertain and unsatisfactory In  ! its results, We may possess cows  which are hoavy milkers, yet ..heir  hoi for calves may fail to possess iho  same doslrablo qualities, As a, rulo,  however, il will he found that good  milking oows produoa equally good  milking heifers, provided that they  have boon bred to a suitable bull, Mum  in due to ihe fact thai d\tep milkers*  gen .rally come from good* milking tain-  Hies, and their milt \hiding eapaolty  is an inherited quality nnd not , of no-  oltlajilal appearance; tor it must bo ro*  momborod that it is nol po&dble lo  food a cow beyond her maximum ability to produoe butter fat��� that is to  nay, if a eon's maximum quantity is  19 pounds of butter per week, it is  not possible to feed her for any length  (if time to produce, say II paumls  of butler per week, oven with tho aid  of the richest and mosl concentrated  foods, for bleed plays a more import  ant  part than feed.  Wo should consider Woll before making a selection, especially in now districts, so thut there will be no turning  back; for hoW often do we find a mon  breeding in a certain hue for years,  and then finding out that he has made  a poor choice, and thai other breeds  of cattle would be more adapted to his  'conditions? With tho result that years  are wasted and he is forced to make a  fresh start, Now, having decided upon  the elnss of cattle he wishes to breed,  ho should have indelibly imprinted upon his mind the true type of a dairy  COW, and bivrd for I hat tyne, or, in  other   words,   to   have   lhat   particular  goal to aim at,  The question arises: llow is tho  breeder to attain that standard of  perfection? \\y seh-elin' heifers fr0m  deep milking families and continuing  tliis process for a suflicicnt length of  lime the average milk yiokl will be  considerably Increased.  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  C. R. GOSS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET, NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce he is now opening a  Fruit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  Delivery to all parts of City  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED  Next door to Tait's   Shoe  Store    -    Bernard Avenue  Alkali Land Treament  'Alkali'* is an accumulation of soluble suits, formed from the weathering  of the rocks, and retained in the soil  because of Insufficient rail fall to  leach them out into the streams rnd  thenoe to the sea. The heavier precipitation in the mountains nnd highlands causes a partial leaching of  these salts and a  resulting concentra-  I tion iu low places in suliicient quantity  to injure plants or wholly prevont  11heir growth. Tho New Mexico College  of Agriculture makes the following observations:  The term "white alkali" is a misnomer,  since  the  salts composing     this  , "alkali" are all neutral. Sodium rh!o-  rlde (common salt), sodium sulphate  (glaubor's Bait) and magnesium sulphate (epsom salts), are the salts usually present in this alkali. Thoy aro  associated with some carbonate of  lime and gypsum that are not only  harmless, but mny be beneficial.  Tho term "black alkali" is given to  carbonate und bicarbonate of soda tsal  soda and baking soda). They are true  alkalies, and because of this property,  will1 corrode the stems of plants. For  thjs reason they are very much   more  .injurious than tho neutral salts constituting white alkali. They are called  I "black alkali" because they dissolve  humus and form a black deposit  when  'brought to the surface during dry Bea-  SOnS.   Blaok alkali cannot exist in the  I presence of gypsum, which is its obem-  lical antidote. Since gypsum is present  , in the waters of many western rivers,  I such as Rio Grande, no soil irrigated  with this water will bo troubled with  I black alkali. Tho moist "greasy" spots  in that valley, sometimes called black  alkali, are moro likely due to somo  of the neutral deliquescent salt called  calcium chloride, mixed with the white  alkali salts named above.  N'o chemical antidote is known for  whito alkali, us is tho oase for tho  black alkali. It must therefore, bo  removed by mechnnical means. When  tho water-table is so near the surface  that capillarity iH established (i.o.  "subbed land") tho only remedy is  drainage. In practically all tho soils  of tho Kio Grande that arc troubled  with alkali, it is due to the "subbing"  of the soil from a rim 'n tho water-  table. Experience has shown that  whoro "subbed" lands havo boon  drained thry aro rendered highly pro*  ductive  Alkali can sometimos bo leached from  ihe surface to the underflow waters,  or beyond the point at which they are  likely to rise by capillarity to the  surface.  Attempts to wash tho surface accumulations to a lower locality are not  very successful, because of their extreme Solubility and the readiness with  which they soak    into the soil.     At*  The raco   of   aviators   around   the  world, under the auspiees of tho   Pa-  1 nama-Pacific Exposition is fasoinating  on paper, but is it practicable?     We  I wonder   if any    experienced   aviator  1 really thinks it is.    M, Jules Vedrines  I has been quoted    as saying :  "Others  loop    the loop���I     want to loop the  ' globe." Yot   M. Vedrines in his flight  from    Paris to Cairo almost oanra   to  ��� grief      in his    passage of the Taurus  mountains in Asia  Minor. "For     two  hours" ho   says, "1 was horribly helpless   above desolate  peaks  where     i.o  help could bo Obtained in case of need.'  lie knew nothing about  tho uir conditions iu that part of tho world     and  was perilously blown about.  He    con  tossed that he "never met such adverse  conditions before," and, "1     thought'  he goes on to say, "that 1 had    met  some really rough weather on the Uri  tish circuit."  An aviator followed the route mark  ed out by promoters of the round tho  world 'race" would have a groat iniuiy  experiences like that of tho daring  Vedrines in the Taurus, if ho could sur  vivo them. It is easy (o take a map  of Ihe world and lay down an itinerary inoludfag the shortest sea passage,  but where would the line of least resistance ta'.e the pilot of the air? To  get from America to Kuropc he would  have to fly from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Capo Farewell, Greenland, 040 miles; thence to Iceland', 620  miles; next to the Faroe Island's, and  finally to Norway, 420 milts, Although  no one has ever flown (500 miles over  an ocean, doubtless it could be done  iu summer soas during the halcyon  weather. Rut what about the moteoro  |ogielVl conditions in soas within the  cartographic line marked "Extreme  Limit of Icebergs") Nansen crossed  Greenland only 400 miles north of Cape  Farewell. The ice and air conditions  at tho SOU I hom cape aiuLjpn tho  I'tnvik-t.odihnnb Ivne traversed by  Nansen are much the same. Nansen  left his ship on July 17, IS88, and to  reach the mainland he had to cross  ten miles of drift ice, which carried  him south a long distance. It was  August lfi before tho party could bo-  gin its ascent of the inland ice, According to a narrative of the "crossing."  "SmTering HOverolv from storms, intense cold and other hardships, Ihey  reached the highest point of the journey on Septcml or .*>. and at the end  of the month struck tho west coast al  Ameialik  Fjord."  Ami this is the kind of a region,  piercingly cold and tempest riven, that  a man flying high in tho air, with or  without a companion, would be expected to pehetrate and to alight in  (imagine the In spitalities of Cape  Farewel1!!), to proceed1, as soon as ho  had rested, across the berg strewn  seas that Nansen Bailed to Ireland,  and then onto Faroe Islands and  Norway.  Another pari of Ihe circumnavigating  route proposed is along tho Kamchatka peninsula in Asia, ono of the bleakest wastes known lo man, and of  which it has been said that "dense  fogs enshrouds the ooast in summer."  What is the sum of human information  about the high air currents of the volcanic litterol of Kamchatka, Absolutely nil. And what oould the route  experts toll the aviator about the  winds of the wilder parts of Siberia.  Manchuria, of the Japan Sen and of  the long strung out Aleutian Tslanda?  Tcji years of scientific study would not  bo too long a timo to give to the  mapping of sky currents on this round  the world course for flying mon with  a proper regard for the risks they  would take.  It has been estimated that tho expenses of a straightaway flight across  the Atlantic by a high powered aeroplane specially built for tho venture  and thoroughly tested would bo not  muoh less than 150,000, What an air  journey round tho world would cost  in preliminaries and performances  would mako thai sum look liko a  bagatelle.���Now York Sun.  tempts to remove alkali by "absorbing" it with certain growing crops  have proved very successful.  Frequent cultivation aud irrigation,  or any treatment that will prevent the  surface accumulation, is desirable, because Iho damage is likely to result  near the surface; hence the alkali  should be kept down.  Fruit trees, aB a rule, are tjuite sensitive to alkali. Pears und figs are  the most resistant. 0 ottonwoods, mulberries and willows are resistant ornamental trees.  Kaffir corn, milo maize and all the  sorghums are quite rt iBtant to alkali,  aB are also barley, and, apparently,  some varieties of wheat. Bermuda  grass will stand largo amounts of alkali, as will old alfalfa, unless the  alkali is from "subbed" land, in whiuh  case the alfalfa might die from excess  of water around its roots.  &>��tevakr  This Book   ii  YOU!  YOUR copy it ��11 ready  for mailing to yaw  office. AD that it WaDtiif  is your name and address,  and this you can giveni on  the attached coupon il you  will.  You need thit Book in  your business. It may prove  worth hundreds of dolian to  you. 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The Presbyterian |Sabbath Sohool  children from Benvoulin, Rutland itrd  (il, nmore, with . their parents and  friends had a delightful picnic -n the  park at Kelowna on Wednesday of this  week. Some two hundred sat d.,'<n  to tea, and did ample justice to the  good things provided. |Thc committee  in charge served things on a really  generous scale, and games, sports and  a very enjoyable boat iride filled the  afternoon. Ice cream, cakes and lemonade filled the children.  The committee in charge |take thie  opportunity of thanking the park authorities for their kindness jin giving  the grounds for the [occasion.  BAND CONCERT TOMORROW NIGHT  The following will be the programme  tomorrow night in honor, of the Glorious "Fourth of July:  March, "The Stars and Stripe)    For-  Ever  Sous*  Overture. "Southern Stars .... Asoher  Synopsis ��� "Turkey in the Straw,"  "Old Black Joe," "Dixie", "Old  Folks at Home," "Sailor's Hornpipe," "Listen to the Mocking  Bird," "My OH Kentucky Home."  "Melody of Love,"   Engleman  Waltz, "Moonlight on the Hudson."    Roberts  March. "Sailing down the t'heaspeake  Bay."   Botsford  Uncle Sam's Favorites.��� "America,"  "The Star Spangled Banner", "Red,  White and Blue," "Hail Columbia,"  "Yankee Doodle," "Home Sweet  Home."  0 Canada.  GOD SAVE THK KING  N. BORNHOLDT  Conductor.  KELOWKA   RECORD  Rutland News  TRAINING WILD ANIMALS FOK  MOVING PICTURES  Strong, ambitious wihl animals, that  until now have hoped for fame only in  the circus or on tho vaudevillo stage,  have found a new field for exercising  their talent. In the Scientific American, Robert A. Moulton describes  private dramatic school which has  been established near Fort Lee, New  Jersey, which devotes its time exclusively to training boasts for the moving picture stage. Paul Bourgeois, a  young French animal tamer, first  thought of teaching the jungle inhabitants ta appear before the camera,  and he immediately founded the school  ot whioh he is still director.  This entire institution seems unusual  to a regular patron of the "movies".  A short distance out of Fort Lee one  comes upon a low, one-story building,  standing in tho centre of a small wood  A knock at the door brings M. Bourgeois himself, for ho is gratified to  show visitors through his unique educational establishment. The door leads  almost directly into the studio. Thia  apartment, where the pictures are  made, is equipped with a stage scenery  and skylight, all essential to thc operation of any moving picturo plant.  The animals are kept caged in a large  menagerie adjoining the Btudio, and  are taken out only for the daily rehearsals. With a few slight exceptions,  the principles of animal posing and  human acting are the same. When a  film requiring beasts is to be made,  tiie animals are first trained regularly  in their simple movements until the  performance becomes a habit, since  they can respond only to instinct, not  to intelligence. Originality must be  used by the trainers to make their  charges do the right thing at exactly  tho proper time for the camera man.  For this purpose common devices are  coating branches of trees with honey  to keep Bruin aloft the entire length  of a scene, or exposing a chicken off  the stage when the fox should jump  out of a window. The animals feel  at home only in the studio of ihe  school and consequently the company  of human actors must go to Fort Lee  when a film is made.  A marvelous circumstance of the profession, for which M. Bourgeois himself oan hardly aocount, is that theso  so-called dangerous beasts rarely attempt to harm their fellow actors, fn  faet, rio person has been injured by  any animal in tho New Jersey sohool.  Women, maintain tho director, s'jem  even more fearless than mon. To prove  this assertion, M. Bourgeois describon  the production "Beasts of the Jungle,"  a popular film at present. In one  scene a small, young actress with complete security nestled up close to Princess, a huge tigprcss while eevoral  stage hands and moving pictur-i rat  ployees, with less confidence, nervously  bald revolvers leveled at the animal.  (Prona our own Corresrwndent.i  Mr. and Mrs.  .1. W. Woolsey     left  Sunday morning for {Calgary.  .  .  Mr. It. 0. Warden has {gone to spend  the vacation at Okanagan Centre.  The Ladies' Aid of tho Methodist  church held a strawberry and Jico cream  social last Friday. In addition to a  large turnout of Rutlanders, quite 7a  number of (people came up from town,  and tho affair was very successful, A  lengthy musical program waB carried  out and much enjoyed. The Kelowna  Methodist Ichoir sang two anthems.  Miss Pearson, Mrs. Whitaker and Mr.  Brown sang'solos. Mrs. Leithcod and  Mrs. Rutherford gave an excellent violin duet with pianoforte accompaniment  by Miss Joy Fleming, and the Misses  Homuth played a pianoforte duet. A  recitation was also given by |Miss  Annie flay. Short addresses were given by the Rev. fiordon Tanner, and  the Rev. |W. T. Beattie of Benvoulin.  Tho handsome sum o' $77.B0 was realized. The ladies desire to thank all  who so kindly assisted to make the  event successful.  Black Mountain  DIVISION I  Stud- Conies Attcn- duct  dance  Amy  Fleming ... 92 99 74  Earlu McDonald . .  92 100 71  Minnie Campbell . . 95 94 73  leslie Richards . . .  95 90 76  Mcrriam Woolsey . . 85 100 76  lean McDonald ... 90 100 69  Mildred Ford .... 94 95 68  Billy P!���wnian ... 85 KM) 70  division n .  Hazel  Hewlett, ... 87 100 77  Clifford Renfrew . . 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Had they built their emperors of this  material they would have been more  durable and the empire would have  lasted longer. A reinforced concrete  emperor would have been less fatal  to the populace, while the sight of  a Praetorian guard pecking away at  the impenetrable crushed stone thorax  of his ruler with a valuable sword in  an effort to croato a vacancy on the  throne would have beon highly diverting.  Nowadays concrete is us-.il with great  success in huildjir. houss, skyscrapers,  bridges, baseball parks, pavements,  sidewalks, worinless tombs, boats,  artificial legs, telegraph poles, water  tanks, artificial pips, false teeth, cathedrals, smokestacks and eating-houso  sandwiches. Concrete has, in (act,  become the most useful thing in the  world, and many a mountain which  has only be n an obstruction to traffic  will he ground up in the next few  years and sold in sacks to men who  havo eili.(, to build.  Thomas Edison has recently invented  a method by whioh concrete house,  can be poured to order by two strong  men while the family is unpacking tho  furniture. This will be a great boon,  and before long wo may expect to buy  our bouses at the store by the gallon  i.nd to draw a cute little Queen Anue  garage out of a faucet and take it  home in a pall.  Concrete, reinforced with steel, is the  strongest material yet invented, but  science thus far is only building bridge  and skye.raper frames with it, and las  nol yet used it in providing practical  backbones for public men. When this  has been accomplished the grade of  statesmen available will be vastly im-  f roved and the old stylo office holder  with I ho. gut ta pereha spinal column  will waddle into oblivion along with  the Wooden hotel.  1Mb  JADVERTISINOl  The Connecting Link.  The connecting link between the merchant and  his customer is the newspaper advertisement. 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Hereron will  pay the highest market prioe lor  heifer or bull calves of any age. 31tf  BPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will bt at Mr.  Matbie'e (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours af 1.30 and  8 p.m., Saturday ol each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 626, Kelowna. 20tl.  .SOUTH KELOWNA LAND COMPANY  LIMITED  Tenders are invited for the clearing  of certain areas of land on the above  property.  Particulars may be obtained at the  Company's offices, Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna.  Tenders must reach the Company by  Saturday, eighteenth day (19th) July,  1914.  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND CO.  LIMITED.  HUBERT T. MEUGENS  32-34. Secy.-Treas.  Mnrihy's wife wus ill. So Murphy���  for he was 0 .1 newly wed-<leoided, on  completing his day's work, to try to  make himself rrnrn";- ' s fail in tho  house.  Accordingly lie hi>"b' ��� pound of  bucon and a pound of soap and set  abouU-so ho thought^to prepare a  savory moal for his ailing wife.  Thc latter, however, even on her bed  of sickness, detected tlio ensuing smell  and sniffed al il  won'letlnjly.  Then, as the odor grew stronger, and  more unpleasant, she hastened to tbe  kitchen as i[iiiekly as she could, antl:  "What are you doing. Murphy?" she  inquired.  "Cookin' bacon." o���mc tho blunt  reply.  "Bacon, man! Why. that's soap!"  "Then, bednd," exclaimed tho Irishman, "I mull have washed my shirt  wid the bacon!"  CRUSHKRS  Ono day a Scotch boy and an Fug-  lisli boy, who were fighting, were separated by their respective mother!,  with difficulty, the Scottish hoy, although the smaller, lieing far the most  pugnacious.  "What ganed ye foclll a big laddls  like that for?" said the mother, as she  wiped tho blood from his nose.  "And I'll fight him again," said the  boy, "if he says Scotsmen wear kilts  because their feet nre too big to get  into their trousers.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library;  inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W. B. PEASE, S. M. GORE  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  PIANO TUNING  Mr. R. McGeorge, only authorized  tuner and regulator for Mason & RU'.'b  Ltd., throughout the Okanagan Valley  will be in Kelowna and district during  the next two weeks. Orders left witli  Mr. Crawford, stationer, will rocoice  prompt and careful attention.  Special attention given to all Kinds  of player pianos. 30-32  Ab the Cannery contemplates a vory  heavy run this season, we aro desirous  of employing all the women nnd girls  we can obtain locally.  A kindergarten will bo maintained  where small children of women desiring employment will receive good care  during the day free of charge. Kindly  Bend in your imnies lor registration.  WESTERN  CANNERS LTD.  ICE  Delivered to any part of tbe city io  wholesale or retail quant it .en. Prices  on application to  H. B. BURTCH  Bankhead  Phono 180 21tf.  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  misers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, snd am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which I have had many years'  experience.  AH Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE  Clement & Kiefs' office,  Rermer Block  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  Wooleeler Av.  Richter Street  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimstea  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No, 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box) II  Boarding and Day  sSchool lor Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  This school offers a thorough, modem  education, with careful training and  refined home life.   Terms moderate.  For proapectus. Sic, apply  Miss LeGALLAIS   ���    Principal  111'. MAY DE THE NEXT I'UESIUIAT OF MEXICO |  The above is a nhoto of Fernando [glestss Cnlderon, ono of the Jt-irec  now delegates of the Constitutionalists, who h;tn the approval of Cm.  Cnrran'Ea und Gon. [Villa to avow thoir intentions regarding their "price" of  peace in Mexico. CaMeron is now on his way to Washington ;and has been  mentioned by the A. B. 0. mediators as the man most likely to be the {provisional president of Mexico. Oalderon has already beon slated to succeed  Rafael jSSubaran a& chief representative of the Constitutiunalists in tho United Stntes.  HAVE YOU TRIED OUR  WET WASH?  Saves you all wash day Worries for 75c  We give you a roomy box ;  you fill it full, and we  return it next day washed  and neaily  diy   for  75c  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Off Pendozi Street South  Phone 159  Thousand  Dollars  $1,000 is a lot of inoncv these days and naturally anyone  would hesitate before making an offer to give away that  much money. However, we know of one firm who are ao  certain of the purity of their goods that they offer $ 1,000 for  any residue injuries lo health found in food r.s a result of  preparing same,with their product, which is:���  Egg-0 Baking Powder  Here is another slatcmeit t! <y n :Ve :  " No food will be as light and ui^ealiUlf, entirely  free from tartaric acid, alum, Rccl.elle ealie, lima  or ammonia, aa when made with  Egg-0 Baking Powder  We believe the contention of the manufacturer!  to be right end to prove that we believe it, we  ���uggeat that you buy e can from ua, give it trial  three timet, and if you are not then fully satisfied with  Egg-0 Baking Powder  we will refund double the purchase money. In  other words: You pay ua 25c for a pound can, try  it three times, and if not satisfied return' what is left  in the can with a written objection signed by yourself end we will give you 50c, being double the  price you paid for it.  Egg-0 Baking Powder  16-ounce tint (one full pound) 25c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality & Service our motto.  5 per cent. Discount for Caah  Monthly accounts nelt  Saturday Cash Special  English Biscuits (reg. 40c lb.) 25c per lb.  Kool Underwear  For Ladies and Children  UNDERWEAR  You will find just the   '  line   you   require   and  prices are below com- )  petition.  Fine white ribbed Cotton Vests,  plain and trimmed, sleeveless and  ahort eleeves, sizes 32 to 40 15c  Porus Knit Vest, sleeveless and  short  35c and 50c  Lisle Thread Veals, sleeveless  and ahort 25c  Swiss Ribbed Vests, hand-  crochet voltes 50c, 75c, 85c  Kiddies Vests and Drawers  Sizes 20 to 30. Short slaevea or  half 15c each  Babya' Woollen Things���Vesta  bands, Reubens snd Slip Waiite  Ladies Combinations  Ladies' Combinations, in vegetable  Silk. Very elastic and delightfully cool.  Maltese Hand Crochet Yokes,  Sleeves and Cuffs   $2 each  Sleeveless Lisle Combinations, all sizes  and qualities.50c, 75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50  Nazareth   Combinations   for   Children  If you don't know these you should  ask to see them. Quite n new thing  and very handy for summer wear 85 c  Hosiery That Wears  Boys' Buster Brown. Black only, 6 to 10,  all one price 35c; 3 pairs for $  Buster's Sister. A fine line, highly  mercerized. Juat right to wear with  light summery dreasei. Black, sky, white,  pink and tan.    All sizes. ..35c; 3 for $ I  Splendid assortment of Silk Hose. Tan,  Black, White, Navy and Light Shades,  in open work Hale...75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50  Radium Finer Lisle. Made double sole  heel and toe.   Black only 75c  Women's Cotton Hose. A nice soft  cotton, fast Hemsdorf dye 35c pair  SPECIAL TABLE OF SOCKS  Sizes 4 to 7 only. Plain colors, assorted colored  tops, and some of Dr. Jaeger's wools. All one  price |}c  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED

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