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 \\timm  VOL. XI.   NO. 34  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JULY 10, I9J9.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Could Be Easily Built  Party Explores Proposed New  Canyon Route  The desirability of a .through  road on the eaat side of the Iske  from Penticton to Kelowna (via  Naramata) has been advocated several times siuring the past few  years. The vital necessity of such  a road to tbe future progress of  Kelowna, however, has never been  recognized by any body of citizens  large enough to give rise to an enthusiastic campaign for its construction. It has been regarded as  a luzuiy and possibly an expensive  one and though, representations  have been made to the government from time to time they have  never been backed up aa they  might have been.  Recently, however, the matter  has pome to the fore again. The  development of automobile tourist  traffic through the province during  the past five or six years has put a  new aspect on it. The Okanagan  in general and Kelowna ih particular, though unsurpassed as attractions for thia stream of louriats and  holiday seekers, is shut off from  the outside world by road obstacles and missing links in the chain  of highway facilities.  If these obstacles could be removed and the missing links inserted, Kelosvna would be on the  map indeed, and who could foretell what the future might hold ?  Its climate, its lake and mountains,  its orchards and scenic beauties  generally would prove irresistible  ���aif the visitors could be sure of  getting in and out without undue  inconvenience.  The importance of this little  twelve-mile stretch of road north  of Naramata to Mitchell's place  (two or three mile* beyond Cedar  Creek), lies in the fact that it would  form a direct link with Washington, Oregon and California, and  with Vancouver and the coast  cities (via Penticton), and with  Nelson and the boundary country,  and eventually with the prairies  ' (via McCullough). *  . A survey haa been made, it is  true, but there has always been a  conviction amongst those familiar  with the country that the route  chosen was not the easiest one.  Stories have been told of the existence of a wonderful canyon which  while easy of access to the road  builder would cut off miles from  the route.  Determined to investigate this a  party of intrepid explorers was organized last week-end by the local  automobile club, filled with the  desire to investigate thia new route  and test its feasibility. The party  consisted of Messrs. Buckland,  T.W.Jones. M.P.P., Dayton Wil  Hams, L. V. Rogers, J. Leathlev,  J. Gordon, T. Ruffell, G. Meikle,  D. Rattenbury, D. Campell, R. F.  Morrison and E. Graham, with  road superintendent McAlpine and  road foreman C. Fowler, who were  conveyed at 8.30 ajn. Sunday  morning by launch to Dave Good's  place a few miler north of Nara-  mala where arrangements had  been made to meet a similar party  from Naramata. Here lunch waa  disposed of, following which an  inapection was made from the water ofthe remaining two' or three  miles before the end of the existing road is reached.  Returning north again the party  landed at Dunrobin'a and after a  look at aome interesting old Indian  rock paintings, took the trail for  the canyon.  This canyon was a revelation to  most of the party, who had had no  idea such a wonderful spot existed  so near home. About four miles  in length, hemmed in on each side  by massive rock walla rising to a  height of two lo three hundred  feet, with a floor as level aa a street,  and about a hundred feet across,  all sounds excluded in a solemn  hush, it was like the "long-drawn  aisle" of a vast natural cathedral.  Should the road ever pass through,  this would be one of the mott impressive and beautiful pointa on  the whole journey, and an attraction in itself.  So far at the party could judge,  no difficulty would be experienced  in making an easy grade into eith-  Pubtic Holiday to  Celebrate Feace  The date for the Peace  Celebration throughout the  Empire has been fixed for  Saturday, July 19th, and a  general public holiday has  been proclaimed for that date  by an order-in-council.  Auto vs. Horse in  Nasty Collision  A collision between an automobile diiven by provincial constable  Graham and a saddle horse ridden  by a returned soldier named Weeks  took place Saturday evening at the  junction of Pendozi street and Bernard avenue, Saturday night, resulting in the loss of a good horse  and a badly-damaged car. Constable Graham had just backed out  from the sidewalk near Morrison's  hardware store and was turning  into Pendozi street, while Weeks  was riding at a fast pace in the  opposite direction. The latter made  an attempt to turn his horse out  when he saw the danger but could  not get clear and the horse struck  the front of the car with tremendous force. Weeks was thrown off  and sustained cuts about the head.  The horse was found to have broken a hind leg and had to, be killed.  The windshield of the car was  broken, the front axle bent and  other damage done.  A crew from Vancouver to enter  at the coming regatta for the rowing fours is announced. This will  make four crews in all, with the  C.N.R,K.A.A.C. and Fire Brigade.  Miss Duthie, formerly of the  school staff here, with Miss Mac-  lachlan, of Penticton, are staying  with the latter's sister, Mrs. Rowcliffe.  Dr. J. L. Campbell who left Kelowna early in the war to go over-  teas as a medical omcer.'came io  yesteiday accompanied by Mrs.  Campbell and was received with  great enthusiasm by his many  friends. He is resuming his practice in Kelowna in association  with Dr. Knox.  Kelowna Creamery Has Made  Great Progress During Year  Very Favorable Report Presented to Fourth Annual Meeting  of Shareholders Held Monday Morning Last  end of the canyon, and the result  of using thit route would be to cut  off the long tix  or  seven   mil  ttretch of rocky thore  known a  ''Rocky Point."  After patting through the canyon  the party made their way down to  the thore, where the launch wat  waiting, and returned to Kelowna  well tatitfied with what they had  learnt.  The results of recent investigation would seem to convey the  impression that early surveys and  estimates of cost of this road have  greatly exaggerated the difficulties  to be encountered, lt used to be  the case a few years ago that the  mention of this road would conjure up visions of difficult engineering, impossible grades and  miles of rock blasting. Far from  thia being so, there is only a very  small portion of the road near  Naramata end which presents any  real obstacle in the way of construction, and the grade throughout  would be a very i"eaay one. The  existing road is made from Kelowna to. Mitchell's place, a distance  of about twelve miles.  From Penticton to Naramata is a  good road and about six miles beyond. This leaves approximately  twelve miles of a gap. In the light  of the recent trip this may now be  roughly divided into three sections  of four miles each. The first four  miles is easy-going sidehill ; then  comes four miles of the canyon,  already half built by nature and  requiring little work to fit it for  traffic. The laat section is more  difficult and in lhe last three miles  owing lo the occasionrl outcropping.of rock overlooking the lake,  would involve some heavier work.  By a careful selection of the grade,  however, much even of this could  be avoided.  The matter it to important an  one to Kelowna that no effort mutt  be tpared to push the scheme for  ward and bring it to the notice of  the government.  The end of the fourth year of  operation of the Kelowna Cream-  eryfinds that institution in a stronger and more vigorous condition  than ever before, firmly established  financially, with an enviable Dominion-wide reputation for the quality of its output, and Successfully  carrying out its mission of providing a market and an outlet for the  product ofthe dairy farmer.  The annual meeting of ahareholdera waa held Monday morning  in the Board of Trade room. No  doubt due to the very satisfaatory  showing which had been made  during the year the proceedings  were of a merely formal nature,  marked by very little discussion or  criticism.  The balance sheet showed a net  profit on the year's trading of  $2,604.07.  During the year the amount paid  to the farmers for cream was  $45,466.14, being greater than for  the previous year by $7,546.32.  102,736 lbs. of butter was made,  being more than last year by 5,546  lbs. The products being of a uniform high qualitj no difficulty had  been experienced in marketing  them. The price of butter had  remained high and the concern  paid correspondingly high prices  for cream.  For the last two years lhe directors had had under consideration  the advisability of collecting cream  in the Kelowna district. An up-to-  date motor truck had now been  purchased and wat proving a great  success, increasing the number oi  patront and saving valuable time  for the farmers.  in accordance with approval  given at the last meeting a loan of  $450 for the purchase of a purebred bull was made to six individuals who represented the Kelowna  Holstein Breeders' Association. A  fine young bull wat brought in from  the Colony Farm, and would prove  valuable in improving the atock of  the district.  The policy of the Creamery had  been to run at a profit but paying  the highest possible price for butter tat. The profit for the twelve  montha wat $2604.07, which appeared to he a large percentage, on  the capital paid up, but wat not  large on the amount of butiness  transacted.  The whole amount of reserve  account of $2000 was invested in  Victory Bonds. There was now a  a surplus of $3,045.07, which the  directors recommended be disposed of aa follows:���10 per cent,  dividend on shares; $2,000 to reserve account; and the balance lo  be carried forward and used when  necessary to stabilize the price of  butter fat.  In congratulating the president  and executive on the present position of affairs Mr. J. W. Jones said  that no concern was making a better showing, and none had been  knocked more when it had been  started. Butinett concerns generally in the city were getting on  their feet again after the hard times  due to the war.  Preaident Willita paid a tribute  to Manager Thomas whose skill at  the . butter-making business had  made the work of the executive  easy. There had been some criticism, he said, of the board for paving outside shippers of cream the  same price as local fanners, and  also paying transportation charges.  During the past year 64,017 lbs. of  cream had been local and 20,516  from outside. If this cream had  not been available the manufacturing cost would have been one-third  higher, and the price to the farmer  so much less.  He said the Creamery butter was  securing a wide reputation lor excellence. As an instance of this  Mr. Willits mentioned the system  of butter tests which had been instituted bv the government at the  federal capital, for educational purposes. Creameriea had been selected in each province; of the two in  B.C. one being the Kelowna Creamery. These had to send butter  monthly to Montreal for saamina  tion. Last month the Kelowna butter had secured fourth place in the  Dontinion of Canada with a score  of 97.1  In response to a request from the  Hospital Drive committee a resolution was passed donating 120  pounds of butter to the hospital to  be used aa required during the  year.  The following were elected directors for the ensuing year: Messrs.  Willits, Benson, Bell, Powrey, Price,  Leathley, Hereron, Coventry, Jones,  Price, Taylor, Crichton, Cooke,  Carruthers, Bailey and Fox. At a  later meeting of directors Mr. P. B.  Willits was re-elected president,  M. Hereron vice-president; W. G.  Benson, secretary, and L. E. Taylor  and John Leathley as members of  the executive.  Races for Fair Should  Draw Good Entries  A good programme of horse  races is being arranged for the  coming Fall Fair, which takes place  on October 1st and 2nd, and the  prizes offered are such as should  tempt good competition. The complete programme is as follows:���  Free for all, trot or pace, heats in  5, 4 to enter 3 to start, one mile  open $250  Green trot or pace, best 2 in 3, 4  to  enter  3   to  start,  one   mile  open $100  Pony race, open lo boys resident  in the Okanagan valley, half-  mile open ;.. $25  Running race, 4 to enter 3 to start,  one mile open $150  Pony race, 14-2 nnd under, half-  mile open $75  Running race, 4 to enter 3 to start,  half-mile open $100  Cowboy race, bona fide stock horse  one mile open $100  Girls race, open to gills resident in  the Okanagan Valley, half mile,   $20  Farmera' race, for members of  United Farmers tf B.C. Horses  to be owned 30 days previous  to entry, owners up. J mile..$50  Purses to be divided 60,30 and 10  per cent. Entrance fee 5 per  cent, of puise and 5 per cent, of  prize deducted from winners.  Mr. J. M. Wright, of the Willis  Piano Co., of Vancouver, was in  town this 'week arranging with  Messrs. Crawford & Co., as representatives for the district. It is  proposed to make Kelowna a distributing point for the Okanagan.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Il Chapman  and family left Monday on an  automobile trip south by Oroville,  Spokane, and Nelson. They will  be away about a week.  Comptroller Cleveland, of the  Water Rights Branch, was in town  Monday and Tuesday and attended a meeting of the committer of  water users on the Kelowna Irrigation Co.'a system,  R. J. Robertson, former manager  of the Okanagan United Growers,  with Mrs. Robertson, is staying for  a time in Kelowna, residing with  Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Harvey ave.  Mr. Robertson is recuperating after a serious illness of months.  The Wolf Cubs will leave for  camp on Saturday at 1.30 sharp  This ia a change from previous arrangement and boya are to note  that all baggage must be brought  with them. The|truck will leave  at the same time.  At St. Michael's and All Angels'  Church the services on Sunday next  will be Holy Communion at ti a m  celebrant, the Rev. A. Cleland. The  members of the local lodge of Freemasons wiil attend the 11 am  tervice, at which the Rev. A. Cleland, Rector of Penticton, will be  the preacher. He will alto preach  at evensong. On the ssme day,  the Rector, Archdeacon Greene,  will officiate at the 6 and 11 o'clock  services at St. Andrew's, Okanagan  Mission.  Municipalities Want  Revenue From Autos.  Council Endorses Proposal  to  Devote Half to Road Work  That half of the revenue collected by the province from automobile  licences and taxes be refunded to  municipalities for use in keeping  up good roads, was the proposal  contained in a resolution from the  Nanaimo Automobile Club considered at the meeting of the city  council Monday. It was pointed  out thai from the eighteen thousand or more cars now in use in  B.C. the government expected a  total revenue i.; 1919 of $430,000.  Automobile traffic was responsible  for a tremendous increase in the  upkeep of roads and streets within  the bounds of municipalities, notwithstanding which the municipal-  iti ** were not receiving any portion  of the revenue.  It was decided to endorse the  resolution.  The Kelowna Automobile Association sent a resolution asking the  council to prohibit the driving of  outomobiles through the city with  open cut-outs. The clerk was instructed lo ascertain the council's  powers in ihis connection.  In reference to the matter of a  grant to the Great War Veterans the  city solicitors advised the council  that appatrntly no power was given  lo the cily to assist the Association  unlett il could be thown that it was  a charitable association within the  meaning of Section 160 of lhe  Municipal Act.  The chiel constable's report for  the month show a liat of 14 cases  before the magistrate.  Thc milk sample tests made were  as follows: Kelowna-Dairy, 3.7;  T. Birch, 3.6,  Aid. Knowles reported that he  was having the grass cut on the  principal streets of the city and  noxious weeds cut on all the streets.  He had endeavored to arrange for  this work to be done free of cost  to the city, but had failed to find  anyone willing to cut the grass for  the use of tame.  The Mayor auggeated that some  action be taken to bring pressure  to bear on the Canadian National  Railway to place their depot in a  central location. His Worship with  Aldermen Rattenbury, Duggan and  Knowles, were appointed a special  committee to wait upon any respon  sible officials of the railway who  mav visit Kelowna from time to  time, and the Mavor and clerk  were requetted to prepare a letter  suggesting the expediency of the  depot being centrally located, and  to forward it to head office.  Kelowna Will Have  lenine Gun Battery  Capt. G. F. Adams Will Command New Local Unit  Arrangements are being made to  organize in Kelowna a battery of  the 2nd Canadian Motor Machine  Gun Brigade. This particular unit  was one of the most distinguished  and effective of all the Canadians  in France. Under the command  of Lt. Col. H. F. Meurling. D.S.O.,  M.C. (a former reaident of Kelowna,  by the way), it became one of the  mott valued instruments in the  war. It was a distinctly modern  product, and it was here that Col.  Meurling's scientific knowledge and  skill stood him in good stead. On  being brought home to Canada the  Brigade was demobilized in Vancouver, but authorization has been  given to continue the work as a  unit of lhe reconstructed Canadian  Militia. Col. Meurling is to remain  at the head of the Brigade, which  will retain aa far as possible many  of the distinctive features and  honorable traditions of active service. The original colors brought  from France are to be carried, and  several of the officers who were  with the brigade overseas are to be  retained.  The Kelowna "E Battery" is to  be under the command of Capt. G.  F. Adams, M.C, who served with  Col. Meurling in France The  battery will consist of eight motor  machine guns and four armoured  cars, with a total complement of  76 of all ranks.  Col. Meurling and Capt. Adamt  have been in town for the past few  days making preliminary arrangements. Col. Meurling left Monday  for Vancouver, but Capt. Adams is  taking up his residence permanent-.  ly in Kelowna.  The headquarters of the Brigade  will be in Vancouver, where two  batU.'T/., are to be placed. The  other batteries will be in Dawson,  Nelson and Kelowna.  Col. Meurling, it will be remembered, was at one time resident in  in Kelowna aa engineer on one ot  the irrigation systems.  Mr. G. Dinning, formerly with,  the Bank of Commerce here, came  in to-dav on a viait.  The Canadian Bankers' competition for boys and girts is again to  be a feature' at the coming Fall  Fair. Prizes are offered in two  classes, viz., class I, calf, pure-bred  or grade ; claas 2, two pigs, pure  bred or grade. Entries to be fed  and cared for at least six weeks  before the fair by a boy or girl  under seventeen years of age. Full  particulars are to be obtained at  the local Banks.  MAKE your money work and earn something.  Sixteen Thrift Stamps are exchangeable for  a $4.00 War Savings Stamp, and for every War  Savings Stamp you accumulate the Dominion oi  Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00 in 1924.  C Invest the interest on your Victory Bonds and  make it work and earn for you.  NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMM1TTKB  <Urltlr.li Colombia IllvMaa)  Vanoonver, B. C.  Bvy Ttour t Stamps PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday. July. 10,19191  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  KELOWNH RECORD  Pablia4nd tv-vy Thursday at K4o��na,  Britiak Colombia  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  iti.uk- by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  B&Qh application must be accompanied by a fee of |5, which will be refunds-it If tlie rights applied for are not  .ivullable, but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the merchantable  output of tbe mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  Liu described by sections or legal subdivisions or sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by  the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnlBhed at least once  a year.  The lease wilt Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for)  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243  Delivery  G.W.CUNNINQHAH  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT.  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan & Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, 1 am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  This experience hae covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm, Impie.  ments and Household Furniture. 1 am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such as Farm  Stock, Implements and Household affects. Arrangements for  salea and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan Ac  Davies.  G. H. KERR  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  HATE8  11.10   psr   raar:   7ao..   ala   months   Dallas)  Ntatas 10 seats arttMUoaal.  Hobscrlbswa   at   taa neater rasa   caa Save  sstra parser. melted to Meads at a distaaos  al  IIAI.tr RATE. I.s.. TS ssats ear seer.  This srjsolal nrlvUan   Is   sraatatl   lor   tks  auroras of advsrtislas taa eltr aad distriot.  All sabseriotloae narabls la advaaos  ADVERTISING aUTOs  I.IIIK1K NOTICES. PROCESSIONAL CARDS.  KTC.. 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Troop First;  Self Last  HIGH COST OF LIVING COM-  MISSION MAKES ITS REPORT  In the commons on Saturday  night the final report of lhe special  committee of the commons appointed to inquire into the cost of foodstuffs, clothing, fuel, etc., throughout Canada waa presented.  The committee finds that no material reduction in the cost of commodities in regard to which inquiry  was made, can be expected, except  by increasing the volume at a lower  coat of production or by lhe lowering of the cost of distribution. The  committee does not presume to say  lhat there are no cases of undue  inflation in prices, or of profiteering,  but in the main it is their opinion  that, having in mind the service  which the consuming public demands, the margin between the actual cost of production and what  the consumer pays for commodities  is narrow.  Dealing with the products of ther,  farm, the teport states that the  production coat of such products as  beef cattle, hoga, lambs, dairy products, etc., is from 100 to 115 per  cent, greater than it was five years  ago. The committee considered  the possibility of effecting some relief either by fixing prices or by  placing an embargo on the export  of foodstuffs. After careful consideration the committee arrived at  the conclusion that to do either of  these things would result in most  disastrous effects, because "any  effort on the part of the government  or parliament at price fixing here  or attempting reductions in sale  pricea which the farmers are receiving, would only intensify the present difficult situation for the reason that it would tend to dry up  the sources of supply by directing  the productive energy now engaged this industry into other channels;  on the other hand were the government to place an embargo upon  exports of any class of foodstuffs,  it would only have the same effect,  but the policy would be unsound  on economic lines."  The committee states that it re  garda the present price of wheat as  a notable factor in the coat of living. It doea not attempt to say  whether the price fixed by the gov.  ernment during the last two yeara  was fair and just, but expresses the  view that "while the present level of  prices continues not only will the  price of bread and all cereals continue, but, as they are the base cost,  all other food products must continue to remain high, the rerson  being that wheat prices regulate,  in a large degree, the prices of  staple commodities.  Edited by Pioneer.   Cedar Creek,  Sunday July 6th, 1919 (11.10 p.m.)  To-day has been a busy day in  camp and we were glad lo welcome  a large number of visitors. The  troop waa inspected by Commander Stirling, who also took the salute  in the march past. Archdeacon  Greene conducted a brief and appropriate service after the inspection and we wish to thank him for  coming down to the camp for this  purpose. Among the last visitors  tor the day were Messrs. Sulivan  and Dave Barnes with three pack  horses rvho are going to take us  up to the railroad tomorrow. There  will be 24 in the railroad party and  16 left in camp.  We were very glad to welcome  Commissioner Heneage to camp  on Friday. He leaves tomorrow  for the Summerland camp at Osoyoos Lake.  It ia altogether likely that we are  overlooking mentioning some of  our kind friends in specifying particular ones who have made such  welcome donations to our commissary, but at the same time feel sure  they will appreciate there is a  certain amount of confusion in  keeping records of such things in a  rump of this nature. We have certainly appreciated their kindness  and we should like to mention here  Mr. Cunningham for a sack of potatoes, Mrs Lynch for a cake, Mrs.  Weddell for boiling a big ham for  us, Mr. Geo. Rowcliffe for cherries  twice, and Mrs. Rowcliffe for jam,  Mr. John Rowcliffe for an 18 lb.  roast of beef, Mr. Lionel Taylor for  a crate of strawberries, Mrs. Walker  for cherries, Mrs. Small for cooking  cherries, Mrs. Wilson for fresh  tomatoes, Mrs. Cooper for jam, Mrs.  Fowler for bread and Mrs. Ailken  for orangea. We should also like  to thank the following gentlemen  for car trips to camp with mail and  parcels: Messrs. Geo. Harvey, F.  vr*. Groves, L. V. Rogers, G. W.  Cunningham, Geo. Rowcliffe, L. E.  Taylor, Mr. Marshall and Francis  Buck, the latter for daily trips and  sometimes more than once.  Correspondence  Renders ar* reminded that opinions expressed  in letten inserted under thia heading aie aot necessarily endorsed by us. Letters should be as brief  as possible and to the point.  MILK-WEED BUTTERFLIES  To lhe Editor of >  The Kelowna Record,    '  Dear Sir: May I put in a plea  for sparing the lives of those very  beautiful creatures the Milk-weed  Butterflies ? We should surely desire their increase rather than their  extinction in our neighbourhood.  They are harmless, the food of the  caterpillar being a wayside weed.  Nature has effectually protected  them against all sub-human animals hy their being unpalatable to  eat and having striking characteristics in appearance, ao that other  species of butterflies have evolved  colour and pattern mimicking the  robe of this "Monarch" as he is  sometimes called, benefitting by  the protection of his livery; and  entomologists have named one of  theae understudies "the Viceroy."  The fine outlines, veining, and  rich tawny colour of thia lovely toy  of nature certainly make it desirable to see near ; but a single specimen being sacrificed will serve for  many observers and artists in design. It is also possible to observe  one under captivity and soon give  release. The chrysalia ia unique,  and worth the attention of an artist : if has a pale green colour, a  gilt "necklace" surrounding it, and  some other metallic spots ; but it  turns brown in a few days, and the  butterfly comes forth in about three  weeks, in summer.  Yours truly,  D. F. KERR.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  A NY woman who has supervision of  ** home likes to have a modern  bathroom���tlie kind her if uests admire.  Ours are the kind thst charm, and  every time we install one we know how  it delights the .wife, and we know her  husband who pays for it, has made an  investment that adds value to their  property.  J. Galbraith  Heating, Ventilating and  Sanitary Engineer  Phones:  Store 100 P.O. Boa 81  Residence 5705  Upholstering  Polishing: & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time Ho have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, 6cc.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  TO CURE INSECT STINGS  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record.  Dear Sir : The following extract  from an English paper might be  useful at this time of the year when  we are waging war against insects:  " I would suggest a strong solution of ammonia such as I found  used in Switzerland years ago, for  the sting of a most objectionable  brown fly, which was so venomous  that it would pierce through a  suede glove and leave a scar for  davs. /Mso, camphorated eau de  Cologne is used in India for the insect tribe. The latter ia made by  breaking up lump camphor into a  small bottle of eau de Cologne and  letting the spirit absorb as much of  the camphor as it will "  Yours truly,  MARY L. SEDDON  Professional Cards  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mrs. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR St BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Gloll snd Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Lend Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrisetron Works  Applications for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence   Aaenue  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up > to  20 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  Motor Car Owners  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready  the line weather.   "A stitch in time saves nine," a  a small adjustment may save you a big bill later  The SMITH & McCUBBU  GARAGE  All kinds of Accessories Agents  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars  The best car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Carj  With the "Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tractoj  For all hauling and farm work  Agents for COODYEAR  TIRES   ,   LAWRENCE AVE.   Phone232. Nlghtphonel\  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th,. 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  yy OOQCrtenant   I  PTtmisa on Lawrence Av  _�� I  Manufacturing Co. n���w  ; si  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand and Antique Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or aold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  Just Arrived���a carload of  Ajgriculturtal Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Goodyear  Tire Prices Drop  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  the following prices:  Heavy Tourist  Rule  Plain               All-wsathsi  Tubs.  Tubu  30x3}  20 70          22.25  3.25  4.00  32x3}  22.40          24.65      '  4.30  5.25  31x4  31.15          34.25     i  5.35  6.50  32x4  32.95          36.25  5.55  6.75  33x4  34.80          38.30  5.70  7.00  34x4  36.05          39.70  6.00  7.25  Cord Tire Prices are similarly lowered  i  Don't wait until your tires blow out, see BROWNE  the tire man, NOW, and order your  requirements ahead  Goodyear Tire Sarviea ia FREE.   Avail yourself of ita privileges  Vulcanising        Gas Coal Oil Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi  6t  Lawrence  J. W. B. BROWNE. Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  GOODYEAR  SERVICE STATION  Telephones  Day 287  Night 67 Thursday. July 10,1919  KELOWNA  1BC01D  PAGE THB******  White Wash Skirts, $150  EXCELLENT VALUES are being offered this week  in Women's White Drill Wash Skirts. These are  made to button down the front and are easily laundered.  Worth to-day, $2.25   Special value $1.50  Child**  ns  Cotton Jerseys  50c each  YOU can not have too many  of these dainty Summery  Frocks so  charming to  wear and look  PICTORIAL  REVIEW  designers make  s specialty of  these. Esch  one more alluring thsn the  other.  JJJIT PAT7BRNS,  Na.es, Sale  Cotton Jerseys for children are reduced this  week and at this low  price should be taken  full advantage of- The  colors are Khaki, Grey  trimmed Navy and plain Navy. These come with long  or short sleeves. Note the price 50c each  1/   Lir*irco    .  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Truck*  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  A Suggestion  Kill three birds with one stone by ordering a  crate of choice Cherries, Peaches, Plums or 'Cot's,  to be expressed to your friends on the prairie.  <] I.   It will please your friends.  *J 2. It will advertise the country in which  you reside.  Ii 3. It will assist us to maintain good prices for the Growers by getting a still  wider distribution for our products.  ORDER NOW  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  325  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped for all kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and will give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT ;AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harness on hand  At rook bottom pricea  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna  COAL OIL GAS FUEL  "Ellsworth Burner"  Can be Installed in your Range, Stove or Heater���the 6re ii economical;  saves labour ; no wasta of heat; does the cooking more evenly than wood  or ccaL  DEMONSTRATION - O.K. LUMBER OFFICE, KELOWNA  Joe Casorso left this morning on  a business visit to Calgary.  D. Leckie left Tuesday for Scotland on a viait to his old home.  Miss V. McConnell, of Toronto,  is visiting Mr. snd Mrs. J. Kincaid.  Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. MacMillan  and family were visitors from  Peachland Tuesday.  Col. Belson, who has been attending the G.W.V.A. convention at the  coast, returned a few days ago.  Dr. Ilsley, district veterinary inapector, waa down from Armstrong  Sunday.  Misa Jean Kincaid returned last  week from Wiste, Alta., to spend  the holidays with her parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, of Indian  Head, who in the course of a boll  day trip have been visiting Mr Ceo.  Harvey, left this morning for the  coast.  C. R. Yuill, well-known in Kel  owna, having been in charge of the  installing of the electric light plant,  was in town this week. He has  just returned (rom a period of  naval service in the Mediterranean,  G. L. Freebairn, of G. L. Free-  bairn & Co., Ltd., Pincher Creek,  Alta., is the guest of his brother-in-  law, Dr, Wright.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Gaddea of  Grenfell, Sask., who have been  staying for the past few weeks in  town left this morning for their  home.  A special meeting of the War  Veterans' Association is to be held  Saturday night to receive a report  from the delegate to the provincial  convention, Col. Belson.  The Rt. Rev. A. J. Doull, D.D.,  Bishop of Kootenay, is expected lo  visit Kelowna and will hold confirmation services on the 20th of  this month.  A meeting of all those interested  in the war canoes, both ladies and  gentlemen, is called for Fridav  evening in the Aquatic pavilion to  organize for the season.  A party of Notch Hill visitors,  consisting of Mr. and Mrs.. MacDonald. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Smith,  W. R. Barrett, and J. D. Barrett,  were in Kelowna for a short time  last Thursday.  The Rev. W. M. Armstrong, B.A.  will speak on " The Atonement"  at the evening service Sunday at  the Baptist church. The Baptist  Male Quartette will sing.  Mr. H. D. Riggs's home was the  scene of a family re-union last  week-end when his brother Mr. J.  Riggs, arrived from the coasl. Rev.  W. Riggs, of Cslifornia, another  brother, has been here for the past  two weeks.  J, C. Anderson, president of the  G.W.V.A., left this morning for  England on receipt of a message  conveying newa of the death of his  father. He will be away three or  four months.  The baseball team is visiting  Enderby to-day to play a league  game. Acoording to the league  standing a win is much to be desired by the local boya as another  defeat will remove any vision of  the laurel crown from their eyes  this season.  The wedding took place last  Saturday afternoon at the Parsonage, the Rev. E. D. Braden officiating, of Frederic, aon of Mr. and  Mrs G. H. Tutt of Kelowna, to  Hilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T,  Ellis, ol Vancouver, and formerly  of Kelowna. The bride, who waa  attended by Miss Maude Neil, was  given away in the absence of her  parents by Mr. W, Kirkby. Duncan  Tutt, brother of the groom, acted  as best man.  Miss Vivian Walkem returned  last week from a stay at the coast.  Dr. King, minister of Public  Works, is expected in Kelowna  Saturday.  Mr. and Mra. J. Ball and Ralph  left a few daya ago for a holiday in  Calgary.  Charlie Gowen waa an arrival on  Friday'a boat, returning from over-  aeaa after a varied experience with  the Motor Tranaport Service in  France.  The Glenmore annual school  meeting will be held according to  statute at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July  12th, but an adjournment will be  made to Monday, the 14th, at 7.30  p.m. prompt, when three trustees  and an auditor will be elected.  The treasurer of the Kelowna  District Memorial Fund acknowledges receipt of the substantial  amount of $359.57 from W. D.  Walker, Esq., on behalf of the  Okanagan Mission Garden Fete,  the gross receipts of which is  $479.67, of which $56 was donated  to the School Library and $64.10  paid out in expenses. This contribution of $359.5 7 wilh $ 1,541.50,  previously acknowledged through  the press, makes a total of  $1,901.07 received to datr.  Nothing Tires  More Than  Heated  Feet  "Cold Feet" as a rule are not desirable from any cause, but just  at presrmt, judging from my sales  book, there seems to be a great  desire for light footwear, doubtless on account of the heat. I  have in stock sufficient footwear  to allow you a CHOICE���and  more coming.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Weather Report for June  Compiled by C. R. Binger, Obierver  June  i  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  II  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  Mai.  . 65  60  . 70  . 75  . 72  . 60  . 68  . 68  58  64  . 66  . 74  . 65  . 66  . 63  . 70  72  . 77  . 84  . 78  . 82  . 76  . 73  . 76  . 82  71  . 73  . 67  . 70  . 70  Means 70.5  Min.  . 36  . 49  . 43  .. 40  .. 45  .. 45  .. 34  .. 43  .. 46  .. 35  .. 37  ., 38  .. 43  .. 44  .. 40  .. 43  .. 45  .. 45  .. 47  .. 52  .. 51  .. 52  .. 44  .. 43  .. 46  .. 52  .. 50  .. 49  .. 50  .. 45  44.4  Rutland News  Mr. Booth Petch, who has been  serving with the Siberian Expeditionary Forces has arrived home.  A baseball game is slated for  Saturday, the 12th, between Rutland and Ellison, to take place at  7 p.m. The last game fell to the  honor of Rutland and a win for  our neighbours will make matters  interesting.  A committee meeting of the  Young People's Society wae held  Monday at tl-e home of W. H.  Fleming. It was arranged that the  next regular meeting should be  held on the school lawn, on Friday,  the 18th.  Mrs. Graham of Edmonton came  in yeaterday on a visit to Mrs. J. B.  Knowles.  A new regulation apple barrel to  hold 100 quarts will be in use in  the Maritime Provinces this year.  Keiowna Dairy Co.  N. E. DAY GEO. BROWN  PHONE 146  Daily Deliveries of  Milk and Cream  Milfi Tickets, 7 qrts. for $1  Cream, ptr pint 30c  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulation! all farmers  w'to sell butter either  to the etc res or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact is also emphasized that all butter  in such packsgea must  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with tha creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  i nnFApER * HtiNTtNt  1 \J\J        INCLUDED  $1.50  200  u    ����  2.00  500  ti   ii  3.15  1000  ����   ��i  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Kelowna Record PA<!JS FOOT  KEIrO*W*NA   SECOED  Out-door Life  Gives Health and Happiness. Why  kill yourself over the sewing machine  when you can come to our store and  in a few moments buy the garments  all complete that it would take you  weeks to make yourself ?      ��������� ���������  ( hildren's  crepe   Rompers,  in   pink, sky and  cope, priced at  85c and 95c  Children's   crepe   Dresses,   in   pink,   sky   and  cope, priced at '$1.25 and $1.50  Boys' (Sfepe  Blouses,  in   dark   blue-grey, sizes  4 to I4year $1.15 to $1.45  CREPE SUITS for  BOYS -���- Two Pieces  4 to 7 years, with sailor collars  $1.90 to $2.35  Ladies' crepe all-over Aprons, dark colors, $2.95  Ladies' crepe Kimonas in rose, cope, sky, $4.25  Ladies' crepe House Dresses, with short sleeves  white collar and cuffs  $3.95  Ladies' Tussah Silk Suits in cope and rose silk  ernbroidery& pearl button trimming,   $12  Ladies' Tussah Silk Middies, in nile, rose, purple, paddy and cope shades, silk embroidery and pearl button trimmed   $5.50  AN ASSORTMENT OF  LADIES MIDDIES  With coloured collars and cuffs, priced lo $3-75  On Sale at $1.98  Children's White Muslin Bonnets, with eyelet  embroidery, specially priced at   35c  Children's while P.K. Bonnets, with embroidery and lace trimming, specially priced  at  50c and 75c  Children's stamped P.K. Hats, ready to embroider, specially priced at  ...60c and 75c  Children's Gingham Play Hats in plain colours  and also in checks, specially priced 50c���85c  Children's all-over Overalls, in plain blue cham-  ��� bray, ages 2 to 8 years  $1.25 to $1.65  WASH GOODS  New patterns in Plaid and Striped Ginghams.  Splendid washing materials below mill  prices of to-day, at 22c, 25c, 30c, 35c yard  Plain and Fancy Striped Crepe cloths, 30 inches  wide, priced at 50c yard  Plain shades in Chambrettes, mauve, rose, nile,  navy, cope and tan, regular 65c per yard,  going on sale at  49c per yard  White Costume Drills at   35c yard  Middy Cloths at  25c, 50c and 60c yard  India Suiting at  50c  Plain or Fancy Stripe Poplins, at 50c yard  White Cotton Corduroy, at 75c yard  Fancy Striped Garbadines, at 65c yard  J. I. FUMERTON 8 CO.  THE CASH STORE "It Pays to Pay Ca��h."  Dry Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Morning-9.20 and  11        Afternoon-3 and 5  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Whaif at Okanaxan Centre, B.C.," wilt be  received at this office until 12 o'clock  noon, Tuesday, August 5, 1919, for the  construction of a public wharf at Okanogan Centre, Vale District, B.C.  Plans and forms of contract can be seen  and specifications and forms of tender  ul t.lined at ihis Department, at the office  of the District Engineer at Chase, B.C., and  at the Post Office, Okanagan Centre, B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contsined therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 per cent, of the  amount of the tender. War Loan Bonds  of tlie Dominion will also be accepted as  security, ��i War Bonds and cheques if  required to make up an odd amount.  Note.-Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted  bank cheque for the sum of $10, payable  to the order of the Minister of Public  Works, which will be returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 27, 1919. 34-5  Want Ads.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  WATER NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  Take Notice that James Inglis, whose  address is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a  licence to take and uae 57 acre feet and to  store t 70 acre feet of water out of Duck  Lake, which flows North and drains into  Woods Lake about S.W. quarter of Fee.  22, Tp. 20.  The storage-dam will be located at outlet of Lake. The capacity of the reservoir  to be created is about 538 ncrce. The  water will be diveited from the stream at  a point at the S.W. cor. of Lake, near the  N.W, cor. of Dist. Lot I 19, and will be used  Irrigation purpose upon the Land described as Lot 2, being the North Easterly 23  acres of D.L. 122, Tp. 23.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 27th day of June, 1919. A copy of  thiB notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder  at Vernon. Objections to the application  may be filed with the mid Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliement Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance of  this notice in a local newspaper.  The date of the first publication of  this  notice is Thursday, June 26th, 1019.  32-6 JAMES INGLIS, Applicant  We handle Real Eatate exclusively. Rates of commission as follows:  5 per cent,   up to $5,000, and 2��  per cent, over that amount.  FOR SALE, exclusively, Mr. Gulseth'a  orchard on the K.LO. Bench, containing  12 acres, 10 acres of which are in bearing  orchard. Purchaser to take this year's  Crop, which is estimated at $2,000. Price  for quick sale, $0,000, and terms over five  years at 6 per cent, interest  ELLISON  TWENTY ACRES. 16 under cultivation  li in orchard. 7-year-old trees. House, 8  rooms with verandah, stable, garage,  chicken house, hog pens, implement shed,  on main road to Vernon. One team, two  cows, set harness and wagon, necessary  implements and buggy in fact, a GOING  CONCERN. Price, only $10,000, and terms  to 3uit purchaser.  Wanted : LISTINGS OF FARMS AT  ELLISON, RUTLAND and OKANAGAN  MISSION; also House Property within the  City Limits.  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box 116  Jhuwdw July I0t 1919��  Random Remarks  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, Piano (Kingsbury), good  condition, $200. Mrs. C. A. V. Butler,  Pendozi. x  FOR SALE, Horse, Buggy, Harness ; also  nearly new Top Buggy, or trade for  Horses or Cows. Jenner, 533, Bernard  Avenue, Kelowna. 34p  By the Chid  "A chiel'* anung yc I��kin'notei and feth, he'll  prent them."���Burnt.  One of the more remarkable features of  society at the present moment is the number, and variety, of self-appointed inter-  pieter* of the desires and necessities of  the returned man. As with society, so  with the Church. Preachers of every denomination are eagerly advocating a kind  of house cleaning' for the benefit of the  returned and returning soldiers. Altogether, the tendency is to treat the veterans in the aggregate as a kind of national  babe that must have things done for him.  It all seems funny somehow, and more  especially when we read the .account of  the deliberations of the G.W.V.A. convention. Instead of a voice with "no language but a cry'* there proceeds from  this assembly a clear and articulate deliverance, defining with no trace of uncertainty |just what the principal aims and  intentions of the Association are. In ahort  the G.W.V.A. has grown up and can  speak for itself and does so.  To revert to the remark as to ecclesiastical house cleaning, if auch an expression  be permitted, it is to be feared that this  effort, laudable as it may be, has been undertaken too late to be of immediate  effect. Everything eeeme to Indicate that  while our soldiers have come back more  convinced than ever of the value and  beauty of true religion, the churches have  leas attraction for them than formerly.  Divorce appears to be coming so common now as to assume almost the character of a habit. In one or two cosesrecent-  ly reported the man talking in hia sleep  led to the proceedings for divorce, and it  was suggested as a lesson or warning  against one talking in, then sleep. It is  conceivable that to some men it might  rather prove an inducement to cultivate  sleep talking. Seriously speaking, however, would it not be better to ao live that  it would not matter whether one talked  during sleep or not 7  There were great high old times at  Rutland the other Saturday with a plethora  of sports, tea and cakes, pretty girls, ice  cream, braw lads and other desirable  features and���there was no charge for  admission. I commend this last item to  the notice of our Kelowna pleasure promoters' and trust they will ponder the  matter���"Nuff sed."     Well done Rutland.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Eatab'iahed I ��3  Phone 254 Dcxt door to Pw* Office  1  HOUSE, 16 rooms with  furnace, rented  for ��35 par month, $3,500.   $1,000 cash. I  balance to arrange.  HOUSE, 2 storeys, 8 rooms, 2 Iota, comer '  of Bernard oc Ellis Street. ��3,50O. $1,000 ,  cash, balance to arrange.  DESIRABLE  Buaineaa  Lot on   Bernard fl  Avenue, opposite Palace Hotel. $10,000,  on terma.  1  ip. $200  12, 18 I  2 LOTS on Cawston Ave. A an  each, $50 cash, balance in 6,  months.   Indefeaaable title.  2 Lakeshore' Lota on Manhattan Beach for  aale.   Desirable camping Iota.  LATE 1917 FORD CAR, very good con-  dition, 4 new non-skid tires, spare tires  and tubes. Price $500. Also Ford  Truck, used only four months, good as  new. Seat and rack. A snap at $650.  Act quickly as I don't expect to have  these long at auch low prices. M. A.  Alsgard. 34tf  FOR SALE, cheap, 12 x 14 tent frame, on  Manhattan Beach. Apply Record Office.  34  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wirng  aid SoppBtt     I   JR. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  ���     Phone 347  BURROUGHS  Adding Machines  Free 1 rial Easy Terma  R. T. ROBERTSON  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  PAIR   Imported   White   Fantail  Pigeons,  prize bred.   P.O. Box 374, Kelowna.  34"-5  IN THE MATTER OF THE IN-  SOLVENT ESTATE OF THOMAS  DUGGAN. late of Kelowns, British  Columbia, Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that Clara  Duggan, .widow, and Thomas David  Oaaian Duggan, farmer, both ol Kelowna,  B.C., the administrators of the estate of  the above-named deceased, haye made a  declaration dated the I Ith day of J ine,  1919, under Part VII of the "Administration Act," that the said estate is insolvent,  and have hied the same in the Supreme  Court Registry, at Vernon, B.C.  NOTICE is further given that a meeting  of creditors of the said estate will be held  at the office ol the undersigned at 7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C., on the 30th  day of June, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, for the giving of directions with  reference to tha disposal of the estate.  NOTICE is further given that all persons  having claims against the estate of the  said deceased are required to send in particulars of the same verified by statutory  declaration to the undersigned on or before the 28th day of July, 1919, after which  date the administrators will proceed to  distribute the estate, having regard only  to such claims as shall have been received  by the said date.  Dated the 16th day of June, 1919.  R. B. KERR,  Solicitor for the Administrators,  31.5       7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C  SITUATIONS VACANT  Jess Willard Meets  His Waterloo  Aa we dared to seggest in our  issue of June 26th, the decision in  the heavy-weight boxing match  for the world's championship, went  to the side of youth, in the person  of Jack Dempsev, pitted againat  Jesa Willard, whose age haa carried him past the portals of the  hall of tame.  From the start, according to eye-  WANTED, smart Young Lady Cleric. Ap.  ply Alsgard'a Confectionery. 2Stf  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  SMART GIRL WANTED aa Telephone  Operator. Apply Head Operator, phone  213, Kelowna Exchange. 30tf  WANTED. Help to work in kitchen dur.  ing meal hours.   Apply Palace Hotel.  34tf  LOST  LOST on the way to Crawford Falls, a  girl'a Raincoat. Communicate Grote  StirUng. 34tf  LOST, Lady'. Gold Watch and Fob.   Re.  ward for return to Record Office.     34  MISCELLANEOUS  IMPORTANT TO FRUIT GROWERS.  Ship your fruit direct to the Prairie  Markets. Prompt aettlement. Moose  Jaw Co-operative Fruit Mart, 414 Main  Street S, Moose Jaw. Reference Hitchcock tV McCulloch Bank. 33-5P  WANTED, Furnished Houae for two or  three months.    E. W. Wilkinson tV Co.  34-5p  KELOWNA   REGATTA  August 13th and 14th, l��|��  TENDERS are invited for five concessions for selling refreshments in the park  on Regatta daya. Highest bidders to have  choice of sites. Tenders must be in not  later than August 1st.  32-6 H. G. M. WILSON, Sec.  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267 P.O. Box 351  Lamb, Mutton and  Veal-  These are the correct meata for  this time of the year.   The beat  in the country is to be aeen at  our atore this week.  Give us a call. A trial order will  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. Jamas    -   Prop.  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  Cash and Carry  witnesses, it was a onc:man affair,  and no doubt lingered as to the  outcome. In the first round Willard  was dropped to the floor nany  times, and at the end of the third  waa a beaten man, his seconds  tossing a towel into the ring signalling the fact.  The story of the fight forma a  new page in the history in basing  for never before, at any rate in re-  cent years, has the belt changed  handa with comparatively feeble  resistance. The gate receipts alio  promise to reach high-water mark,  and will be in the neighbourhood  of half a million-dollars.  PEACE CELEBRATION  and Soldiers' Re-union Rally  VERNON, B.C.  August 4th and 5th, 1919  Two monster day* of Games, Contests, Displays, Music  and Fun.   Aeroplane Exhibition, exciting night attack.  Parade  of  Floats  and   Decorated  Automobiles ; Athletic  Gamea aad Sports; Military Contests; Monster  Banquet to Returned Men  Make a point of being in Vernon on theae two daya. Arrange early  and coma prepared for the two biggest days ever held in the interior  unsay;   -.rail ���  Appeals to Everybody, mjp]  Many people overlook the advantage of newspaper advertising. If the farmer has stock to sell,  he can find buyers, if he wants to buy, he can have  the sellers come to him. When anything is lost  or found, when help is wanted, or a position is  sought; when any article from a baby carriage to  a pet fox could be exchanged to advantage, a  small advertisement in the newspaper will accomplish the desired result.  Nearly everybody can use the advertising columns to advantage at some time, and every person will profit by reading the advertisements  regularly.  COPvniOHTSO r.r.lll  LarrrcLa evNtMcATt I,


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