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 VOL. XI.   NO. 32  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1919.���4 PAGgS -  $1.50 Per Annum  [Kelowna Public School  .     Grading List  HONOR  ROLL  I Div.  I .���Proficiency :   Dorothy Morrison  Howard Leathley.  Deportment: Alberta Small.  Attendance: William Birch.  2.���Proficiency:    Audrey     Knox,  Sybil Mackenzie, Christina Ferguson.  Deportment: Peter Hewetson.  .Attendance : Jack Buckland.  3.���Proficiency :    Maude   Kincaid,  Francia Baylis, Florence Ryder,  Francia Treadgold.  Attendance : Fred Morden, John  Aitken,  4.���Florence Laplante,   John   Williams.  Deportment: Marion Brown.  Attendance:   Thelma    Dillon,  Bessie Anderson, Murray MeKeniie, len McMillan.  5.���Proficiency :   Mabel Dore, Dora  Wilson.  Deportment: Lily Hill.  Attendance : Frank Burrell.  6.���Proficiency :   Edith Black, Jean  Rowcliffe.  Deportment: Willie Longley;  Attendance : Harry Campbell.  7.���Proficiency : Enid Mantle.  Deportment: Richard Dore.  Attendance : Ida Wilson.  Div.   6.���Proficiency: Margaret Crawford.  Deportment: Jack Packham. -  Attendance:    Eva   Blackwood  Isobel Stewart  Div.   9.���Proficiency : Elsie Lanfear.  Deportment: Nellie Dore.  Attendance:    Ivy     Ashworth  Chas, Pettman.  Div. 10.���Proficiency : Firat Reader, Cecelia   Swanson ;   Second   Primer,  Harry Weatherill.  Deportment: Ruth Wilson.  Attendance: Vincent Vamey.  Div. II.���Proficiency : Mary Morden.  Deportment: Effie Mitchell.  Attendance : Arthur R.Thomas,  Div.  , Div  Div.  "Div.  Div.  Div.  The following names are arranged alphabetically, not in order of  merit :���  Recommended to High School  from Div. I:  Frances Anderson, Percy Andrews,  John W. Birch, Lulu Bouvette, Alice L.  Brown, Clifford Cunningham, Frank Latta,  Dorothy M. Morrison, Grace McCarthy,  Hugh M. McKenzie, Reta Rickaon, Frank  Sinkinson, Reha Willits, Rosalie E. Wilson  Recommended to High School  (rom to Div. 2 :  Jack Buckland. Francia Gore,- Christina  Ferguson, Arthur Geen, Winnie Glaister,  Beatrice Harvey. Peter Hewetson, Audrey  Knox, Sybil Mackenzie, Arthur Packham,  Nellie Patterson. Edward Small. Jean  Swerdfager, Gordon Wilson.  To Entrance Claaa:  William Akeroyd, William Allen, Mary  Andison, Frances Baylis, Harold Brown,  Carl Brunette, Will Day, Muriel Dillon,  Hilda Duggan, Mabel Fisher, Victor Fowler, Wealthy Grigg, Teddy Groves, Ewen  Hunter, Lily Hoare, Olive James, Maude  Kincaid. Eileen Luckwell, Harry Mantle,  Ithiel Morden, Fred Morden, Normen Patmore, Florence Ryder, Patricia Stuarl,  Bertha Thompson, Frances Treadgold,  Reginald Weddell, Ronald Weeks, Grace  White, Elwyn Williams.  To Junior Fourth:  Bert Adams,   Bessie  Anderson,   May  Birce, Marion Brown, Douglaa Buckland,  iohn Butler, Janet Clarke, Bert Cooper,  ,loyd Cunningham, Thelma Dilloav Louisa  Cunningham, Cecil Duggan, Hector Duggan, Roy Duggan. Rebecca Frost, John  Harrison, Edwin Harvey, Florence Laplante, Bartlett McCarthy, Charles McMillan, Ian McMillan, Alice Palmer, Verne  Patmore, Ada Poole, Agnea Thomlinson,  Ellis Todd, Frances Trench, Winnifred  Tutcher, Meud Webb, John Williams.  To Junior Fourth Reader  Harold Cunningham, Mabel Dore, lla  Downey, Helen Faulkner, Gordon Haug,  Vera Hill, Harry Hubbard, Donald Loane,  Lyle McKiniey, Katie Latta.  To Senior Third A  Margaret Berard, Daisy Birch, Eva  Blackwood, Marjorie Brown, Frank Burrell, Harry Gorman, Mabel Harvey, Lily  Hill, Erne Knippsll, Sandy Magee, Kathleen Marshall, Marguerite Millie, Howeid  McCarthy, Frances Patterson, James Sutherland, Arthur Swanson, Mabel Swanson,  Evalene Tracy, Stanley Webb, Dora Wil-  Irene Cooper, Una DeHart, Lydia Hawes  William Longley, Gordon Meikle, Bertie  Marshall, lean Rowcliffe, Lillian Webster,  Russell Williams.  To Senior Third B  Leslie Adams, Alfy Alsgard, Edith  Black, Claire Brunette, Harry Campbell,  Alma Cooper, Constance Coaena, Hedley  Craze, Minnie Ennis, Robert Entile, Irene  Forsyth, Marcel Gagnon, Dan Hill, Constance Knox, Jean Morrison, Peter Mur-  dock, Eleanor Palmar, Alfred Swanson,  Mary Stillingfleet, Lily Winterford.  Sudden Death of  R. N. Dundas  With startling suddenness due to  heart failure, there passed away  Tuesday morning one of Kelowna's  old-time residents in the person of  Robert Napier Dundaa. The deceased gentleman had long suffered from a serious heart affection  and though his death which took  place on his 48th birthday, was entirely unexpected, his closest  friends had realized his liability to  auch an attack. He was found dead  on the beach near his houae.  Mr. Dundas waa the only son of  the late Henry Dundas and the  Hon. Mrs. Dundas, of Dundas,  Midlothian, Scotland. He came to  Canada aome twenty-seven years  ago, firat residing for a short time  at Comox, Vancouver Island, but  after a couple of years removing to  the Okanagan. For the greater  part of this time the family have  occupied the pretty residence on  the lake shore to the north of Kelowna. Though Mi. Dundas has  taken little part in public affairs in  lhe diatrict, he has yet been a well  known and highly respected figure.  He was a keen sportsman, and i  lover of the wild free life of thi  hills, and his knowledge of game  and hunting lore have often been  of service to the valley in his capacity of diatrict game warden which  he occupied for several years.  Steadfastly loyal to hia mother  country he attempted aeveral times  at the outbreak of war to get overseas, and actually enlisted in the  172nd bul was eventually rejected  on account of physical disability.  His only son died aome eighteen  months ago in e training caiip of  the Royal Flying Corps. J  He is survived by a wife and two  daughters.  The funeral is to take place this  afternoon, service being held at  2.30 at St. Michael's Church. Service at. the graveside will be in  charge of the local Masonic Lodge,  of which order deceased was  member.  Cap). E. Hoy Will Fly  at Kelowna Regalia  Big Preparations Being Made  for This Year's Event  Negotiations have now been  completed between the committee  of the Aquatic Association and (he  Vancouver branch of the Aerial  League, to have a big aeroplane  exhibition and flight at the Kelowna Regatta, which ia to take place  on Wednesday and Thuraday, Auguat 13th and 14th. The aviator  who is to give this great, demonstration here is curiously enough a  former local boy, Capt. E. Hoy,  who left Kelowna' to join the  Royal Flying Corps and haa since  had an adventurous and distinguished career as a- bird-man. He  ia to bring a Curtis 90-h.p. biplane,  with a wing-spread of 44 feet, and  will be accompanied by Capt. G.  Dixon. They are to fly up here  from the coast and while here will  show all the stunts of the intrepid  flyet���spinning nose dive, walking  out over planes, looping the loop  spiral, daring climbs and other features. He is alao prepared to carry  up any passengers who may feel  disposed to make the venture.  Capt. Hoy was in town this week  and had an interesting interview  with the Aquatic Association. He  advised the formation of a branch  of the Aerial League in Kelowna  with a landing place, ao that this  city can be placed on the map as  a stopping-place for planes crossing  the country.  The Regatta is to be a much  bigger affair this year. During the  war the Association has been merely marking time as it were, but  this year in all probability it will be  a record event.  Miaa Thomson and Miss Page of  the school staff are leaving thia  week to spend their holidav at the  coaat, (ravelling by automobile in  company with Mr. and Mrs. G. P,  Findlay and parly who are returning. Miaa Woods is spending her  holiday at Kamloops.  Appeal Against City  Assessment Withdrawn  Judge Swanson Holds Session  of County Court  Eva Blackwood, Helen Brown, Olive  Brown, Norman Cass, Beth Crawford,  Margaret Crawford, Ethel Duggan, Muriel  Jenkins, Leslie Lanfear, Marion Meikle,  Violet Mortimer, Doris McKiniey, Eric  McMillan, Jack Packham, Mabel Petti,  grew, Isobel Stewart, Earl Swerdfager,  Raymond Webster.  -To Senior Second  Ivy Ashworth, Kate Avender, Alice  Bend, Bennett Alexander, Nellie Dore,  Joan Gore, Robert Gore, Joyce Haymane,  Phyllis James, Elsie Lanfear, Joaephine  Mallet, Chaa, Pettman, Chelte Reid, Robert  Tracy, Wilma Treadgold.  To Junior Second  Merion Askew, Margaret Blackwood,  Ervin Cass, Orvel Curts, Anna Gauvin,  Frances Harvey, Sidney 'Hill, Maurice  Jensen, Nicholas Krimmer, Louisa Marty,  Donald Poole, Greta Sanders, Constance  Todd.  To Junior Second Reader  Herbert Ablett, Vernon Cunningham,  Muriel Day, Fred Flack. Violet Flack,  Cecelia Swanson, Reginald Thomas, Ed-  ney Tucker, Ruth Wilson.  To Junior Third B  Allen, Alphonae Berard,  Edgar  Harry Allen, Alpnonae Berard, eager  Black, Katharine Black, Margaret Corbett,  Susette Cosins, Willie Cunningham, George  Davis, Richard Dore, Donald Duggan,  Bessie Hewea, Beatrice Harrison, Enid  Mantle, Muriel Marshall, Henry Murdoch,  Alan McGibbon, Martin Nagy, Philippa  Oliver, Elsie Patterson, Tom Pensery,  Madeline Poole, Amy Powick, Wilbur  Reid, Robert Ritchie, Irene White, Lloyd  Williams, Ida Wilson.  To First Reader  Grace Agnew, Zillah Beecroft, Albert  Davis, Dororhy Harvey, Florence McCar-  thy, Evelyn MacDonald, Kathleen Magee,  Joyce Stewart, Stuart Webster, Harry  Weatherill.  To Second Primer  Muriel Agnew, Frank Avendet, Charles  Buckland, Reta Cass, Malcolm Campbell,  Leslie Clement. Janet Corbett, Doris Day.  Alfred Ennis, William Frost, Charles Harvey, Dorie Leathley, Effie Mitchell, Mary  Morden, Arthur Pratt, Millicent James,  Mav Sabine, Arthur Thomaa, Ellen Tracy,  jack Treadgold, Isabel Weeden, Mary  Willits, Marion Williams.  To First Primer  Haydn Beecroft, Colina Corbett, Gladys  DuHamel, Janet Jerdine, Wilfred Mallet.  Alice Mallet, Leopold Maranda, William  Murrell, Harold Murray, Hugh McCallum,  John Todd, Henry Winterford; Patrick  Wocids.  DOMESTIC SCIENCE HONORS  PUBLIC SCHOOL  Diss I.   Frances Anderson, cooking.  Div. 2.   Sybil Mackenzie, cooking,  Div. 3.   Frances Treadgold, cooking.  Frances Baylis. sewing.  HIGH SCHOOL  Year I.   Myrtle Swerdfeger.  Year 2.   Haas) Williams.  Short Session of  City Council  The meeting of the city council  thia week waa an unusually brief  one, and devoted merely to disposing of one or two matters, most im.  oortant of which was the final passing of the tax rate by-law for the  year.  A discussion took place dealing  with the disregard of the electric  wiring regulations of the city. The  by-law reqnired that all electric  wiring should he inspected by the  proper city officials, and certified  as correct and safe according lo the  ruleaof the insurance underwriters.  It very commonly occurred however ��that the wiring w aafcompleted  and covered with lath and plaster  before the engineer received any  notification. It waa decided to  notify electricians and contractors  that the provisions o^ the by-law  must be observed  Consideration waB given to an  application from the Occidental  Fruit Co. lor more electric power.  Although this meant an immediate  expenditure by the city of $676 in  new transformers and equipment  the council considered that the  request must be complied with.  The Bank of Montreal notified  the council that in future the rate  of interest charged for loans to the  citv would be reduced from 7 to 6  per cent.  Mention was made of the suggestion of the Board of Trade to  have spark arresters placed upon  the smokestacks of the city planta  and instructipns were given to consult the city solicitor aa lo the city';  powers in the matter,  o  Returned Men Are Still  Dropping In  Last Friday's detachment of returned men included E. England one  of the 172nd men who later transferred to the Engineers, Fred Day,  whose serious wound early in the  war has been a source of much  anxiety to hia friends, and Ronald  Robbins. On Saturday C. C. Graham, whose distinction in winning  the D.C.M. haa already been mentioned, came in. He waa with the  72nd Highlanders. Tuesday, Ptes.  John Porter and Roberts were the  arrivals, and nn Wednesday, Bain  Calder and Boyd. Harry Dodds  waa an Okanagan Mission arrive  of the previous week -whom we  omitted to mention.  Before His Honor Judge Swanson sessions of the County Court  have been held in Kelowna Tueaday and Wednesday of this week,  several caaea of of' local interest  being up for hearing.  The first'ease was one in which  the Jenkins .Co. sued Archie Johnson on certain old accounts relative to their former partnership.  Mr. R. B. Kerr represented the  plaintiff and J. F. Burne the defendant, judgment being given for  the Jenkins Co. for a portion of  their claim, viz., $25.75 and costs.  Tuesday afternoon the court's  attention was taken up by a case  in which Alan H. Crichton sued  the Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  for the value of a mate which had  been plaeed with the latter for  pasturage and which had escaped  from the field and been lost. Mr.  Kerr appeared on behalf of the  plaintiff who wag awarded $150  and costs. Mr. C. E. Falkner, of  Vernon, defended.  A case of considerable local interest, especially to property owners, was that in which C. McCarthy  purchaser of the Rembler Paul  property on Bernaid Avenue, appealed against the decision of the  municipal Court of Revision, which  had declined to make any reduction in the amount of assessment  on the property. The land value  of the propeity, which consisted of  eight acres, was placed by the city  at $16,000. The assessment of the  improvements at $7,200 was not  disputed.  It was claimed for Mr.-McCarthy  by Mr. R. B. Kerr, that the assessment grossly exaggerated the value  of the land which was used merely  for agricultural purposes, and a  figure of $4,000 was submitted as  being a fair valuation, exclusive of  improvements. Witnesses for the  plaintiff were S. V. Bray and E.  Murdoch, who both supported this  oontention. For the city it was  maintained that the figure of $16,-  000 was not only reasonable but  low in comparison with surrounding places, and in view of the fact  that the property in question was  situated close to the centre of the  city and enjoying all the advantages afforded in the way of public  utilities. The citv assessor was  examined at some length and produced a mass of figures from th*  municipal records in support of  these contentions.  It had been the intention of the  city's counsel, Mr. Burne, to produce as witnesses the Mayor and  aldermen comprising the Court of  Revision, hut objection was raised  to thia by Mr. Kerr, who pointed  out to his Honor the impropriety  of a judge in one court being adduced as witness in a higher court  where his own decision was being  appealed against. Finally it was  agreed that Mayor Sutherland  should present a verbal statement  giving reasons for the decision of  the Court of Revision. The other  witnesses being ruled out Mr. D.  Leckie who was present, was called for his views on the aubject.  Questioned aa to the value of the  property, he believed the city's  valuation waa a fair one and that  the property waa well worth the  $ 16,000 value placed upon it for  the reaaon that it could easily be  subdivided in lot? which would  produce more than that sum. Wit-  neaa was asked whether in view of  the fact that Mr. McCarthy had  offered six acres at $500 per acre,  he would be willing to purchase  at that figure. He promptly staled  that he was ready to do so. This  practically brought the case to an  end aa Mr. Keir asked for an adjournment to enable the two parties to confer together. Ultimately  the appeal was withdrawn, both  parties agreeing to pay their t wn  costs.  Organize Locally for  Game Preservation  Act Alao in Advisory Capacity  to Govt. Game Dept.  The result of a viait to Kelowna  this week of R. E. Hose, of the  provincial game warden's department, waa the organization in Kelowna of the "South Okanagan  Game and Angling Association,"  which will interest itself in all matters oi game preservation in the  district. The formation of such  associations is the purpose of Mr.  Hose's tour, and it ia intended that  they will, in addition to dealing  with purely local sporting matters,  act in an advisory capacity to the  government in the drawing up of  game regulations.  Very little notification of the  meeting which waa held in the  Board of Trade room Tuesday  morning was given, but there were  present Messrs. Pridham, Crichton,  F. A. Taylor, Butt, Duggan, Lambly,  Ballard, J. Harvey, W. Harvey,  Alsgard, and Binger.  After Mr. Hose had explained  the advantages of such an associa-  iion, a fo.mal resolution was passed giving it birth, and the officers  were elected as follows: president  G. R. Binger; vice-president A. H.  Crichton, and sec.-treas. J. B. Knowles. Messrs. Pridham, Lambly,  Taylor, Band and dishing were  elected as directors. A number of  other names were put forward to  represent the vaiious districts and  it was arranged to seek their consent to act. It was also agreed  that the executive should draw up  a constitution and bv-laws to be  submitted at a future meeting.  Several matters of game protection were discussed including that  of the pheasant season and the  following recommendation was  passed : "That the open season for  pheasants be six days with limit of  three birds per diem to each gun.  Season open Oct. 27, closed Nov.  1, both day/ incluaive." lt was recommended that white-tailed deer  be protected.  Mr. Hose said that the depart-  had films of wild life which they  ould be pleased to lend for  educational purposes. He also  promised to aend the Association  pheasants in order to change the  blood, and also to lay down quail.  All recommendations to the department should be sent in not later  than July I Oth.  The giving way of a buggy seat  caused a bad accident last night at  the corner of Ethel street and Bernard avenue, resulting in more or  less serious injury te several per  sons. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dillon  and Mrs. Meldtum were all thrown  out of the rig, Mrs, Dillon sustain  a slight congestion of the brain, the  others being badly cut and bruised.  Messrs. G. S. Coventry and A.  H. Crichton were fined during the  past week, the former $5 and the  latter $2.50, for exceeding the,automobile speed limit.  The little baby girl or Mr. Sar-  son, Okanagan Mission, is in hospital this week suffering from  severe scald aa lhe reault of falling  into a tub of boiling water.  Messrs. Norman Day and Geo.  Brown have just completed a part  nerahip arrangement to run the  milk business conducted hitherto  by the former. They will operate  under the title of the Kelowna  Dairy, and plan a considerable extension of the service to the public,  and are making every effort to bring  their equipment up to the best  modern up to the best modern  standard.  The Edmonton Journal tells of a  hen owned by a Weat Salem, Wis.,  farmer which has laid as many as  sixteen eggs in one day, and has a  record of 151 egga in a month.  This remarkable performance is  vouched for by several witnesses,  and careiul check has been kept.  The eggs are of normal size, have  full hard shells, and have been used  for sitting purposes under other  hens, and all have been found to  be fertile.  A workman named Winterford  engaged on the new theatre building, had a bad fall last Monday  evening, as the result of which hi  was taken to the hospital with a  dislocated thigh. He was working  on the scaffold near the front entrance and in stepping to one of  the brick piers a loose brick gave  way under hirrj and he fell to the  ground. It waa at first feared that  hia leg was broken, but happily  thia proved not to be so. He is  progressing favorably and expects  to be out of hospital in a few days  Suggest Formation of  Valley Football League  Enderby Beat Local   Baseball  Team Last Thursday  Interest is again beginning to  centre on football in the local athletic circle, which during the paat  five years has considerably fallen  off owing to the lack of players ;  indeed when the K.A.AC, was  formed for last aeason, football was  provided for in the list of games,  but players were lacking. Thia  season has witnessed a change  from that state and there ia every  indication of a fine team now in  the making, with a little tecord behind them which can be accepted  as a guarantee of earnest endeavour. The great mistake at present is the constant changing of  the team, no player knowing his  exact position on the field, but  doubtless after the team has played  a little more and held a few meetings this will be obviated.  To-morrow night a special meeting of the K.A.A C. wili be held in  the Board of Trade room at 8 p.m.,  when the matter will be discussed  and a deciaion arrived relative to  the folio wing which has been received by the acting-secretary :���  Dear Sir: We ahould be glad to arrange  football matchea with your team and  would be glad to have you suggest dates.  I would like to say that Mr. Whiten of .  Vernon has donated a fine cup to be competed for among towns in the Okanagan  and we are counting on Kelowna to take  part ao we may expect football aa in the  old days previous to the war. Should be  glad to hear from you soon so that we can  arrange matchea as soon as possible.  Yours truly,  ROBERT LEY,  Hon. Sec, Vernon Football Club.  The proposed league could very  easily formed, there being teams  at Vernon, Lumby, Ellison, Rutland and Kelowna, and, run together with the baseball and lacrosse,  would provide much-needed athletics for the young nw.  On Thursday the local team  visited Rutland and played a return game to that played here on  carnival day. Mr. Harrison was  entrusted with the whistle this  time and the teama lined up as  follows:���  E. Raymer Goat  A. Woods R. Back J. Bamling  A. Johnson L, Back     D. Fitzpatrick  '  J. Davies Centre Half "E. Fleming  T. Duggan R. Half B. Hardie  W. Woods L. Half V. Clark  Whittingham Cen. Forward E. Bush  W. Rowley Outside Right D. Barber  S. Neill Inaide Right A. Cray  F. Fowler Outside Left Ev. Fleming  A. Smith Inside Left W. Barber  There was a strong wind up and  Rutland took advantage of thia for  the first half, Bush and Fleming .  scoring, whilst Davies netted for  Kelowna. Resuming after the interval the play centred a good  deal at the Rutland end and backed by the wind the visiting put  two more goals through, Neill and  W. Woods scoring, making the full  time score 3-2 Kelowna's favor.  On Saturday Rutland will play  Ellison at Rutland, in the evening,  whilst two junior teams will meet  at I p.m.  The Baseball team had a visit last  Thursday afternoon from Enderby  and the game was played in the  afternoon in the City Park before  a good crowd of spectators. It wns  a close contest from start to finish.  The Kelowna boys maintained the  lead until well on towards the end  and the seventh inning saw the  score 5 to 3 in favor of the local  team. Here, however, Enderby  managed to tie, and an equal scoring was continued to the I Oth. Both  sides struggled hard for thc winning  run, which Enderby secured at the  end of the I Oth, with two men  down, and two strikes recorded,  making the final score Enderby 7,  Kelowna 6. This afternoon both  the Baseball and Lacrosse teams go  to Vernon.  LEAGUE   STANDINGS  BASEBALL  .  Games Runs  Team Played   Won    Lost    For  Ag'nst  Kelowna    3        2        I       32       22  Enderby    4        3        I       39      32  Vernon    3 0        3       14       31  LACROSSE  Team  Armstrong..  Gaines  Played   Won  m  Mr. Winterford is a recent arrivalI Kelowna......   3  with hit family from the coast.       | Vemon  "3  Lost  0  2  3  GoaU  For   Ag'nst  33 12  14 19  8      24 PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, June 26,1919;  SYNOPSIS OP OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion of tha Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of |1 an acre. Not  moro than 2,1500 acres will be leased to  one  applicant. .  Applications 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.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories thc land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of 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 the coal mining  rights are not being operated, auch returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the  rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. 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  0.1.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOVtfNA.  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan fit Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  This experience hat covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm, Implements and Household Furniture. 1 am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such as Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan &  Davies.  G. H. KERR  KELOWNH RECORD  Published envy ThureAiy at Kefcwua,  BritUfc Cohuatoa  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Pr-s-piutor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  (1,50    psr    yMr.    76c..    six    months.   Unitod  States 10 cent* additional.  Subscribers   �����*   tb" racvlar rata   oan have  sxtra  DSDnt mailed  to friends  at a distaaoa  nt HALF RATE. U.. 75 esata par rear.  This ���Dsoial privtbga   ts   iraatad   Ior   tha  oartmaa ol advartiains *b�� citr  ind district.  AU ���ubacriDtlona carable ta adviuws  ADVERTISING BATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 25 ceota out column inch oer week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICBS-80 dars. 15*  60 dava 17.  WATER   NOTICES-IB  lor  lire  Inaerttona.  U'.ttAIs ADVKRTIBINQ-First insertioa. 12  cants par Una; each subsequent insertion. *  oenta par Una. *  HSIM.AY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inchea  and under. 50 centa par Inoh firat inaertion  over two inchea 40 centa par inoh lira* ineertion: 20 oenta par inch eaoh eabeeooent  inaertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oenta  ner word drat Insertion, 1 eaat par word  each anbaeaaent inaertion,.  All changes in contract advertlaamenta muat  be, in the hands of the printer br Tueednv  eveninff  to   enanre   publication   in   tha   ���****.*  laane.  Rutland News  tWrtm oar own aocrtapoalsaHt.  VINOL REMOVES  THE CAUSE Of  A   Constitutional    Remedy  That We Guarantee  Lagrange, N. C���"For years I  suffered with a chronic cough, so I  could not sleep nights and continued  to lose flesh. My druggist aaked me  to try Vinol. It cured my cough, I  can sleep nights and have gained  twelve pounds. Vinol is the best  tonic and tissue builder I have ever  taken."���W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C.  We guarantee Vinol for chronic  coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a  patent medicine. Formula on every  bottle.   Your money back if it fails.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.      Kelowna  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  f  J. ROSS!  p.o. Box no  St.- Paul Street   Kelowna  Miss Dalzell returned from the  coast last week.  Arthur Gray has bought the Joel  Craig orchard west of the school  ground.  The Wilson family are moving  shortly to Chilliwack. Thev will  be greatly missed in the district.   .  Miss J. Clever and her father  motored to Summerland with the  Coxworths last week.  Mrs. Money came here last week  to join her family, who have been  working here for some time. They  have decided to stay for several  months.  Mrs. W. D. Wilson, who has  been visiting her- daughter, Mrs.  Crowcroft of Vancouver, came  home on Saturday.  The Presbyterians held a social  in the church grounds on Tuesday  evening. The weather was jusl  right and ice cream and strawberries were quickly served by the  young ladies who acted as waitresses. Tea, cakes and sandwiches  were also provided. The short  programme was arranged by the  Benvoulin Presbyterians and included recitations by Mrs. DeMara  and Miss Brock, vocal duets by two  young girls and choruses by members of the Sunday School.  A meeting was held at Rutland  Monday of the water users under  the Kelowns Irrigation Co.'s system,  largely for the purpose of appointing a committee who would keep  in touch with affairs touching the  interests of the users, and represent  them in negotiations with the company or the government. The present position of affairs and the pro  bable course of irrigation matters  in lhe near future were discussed  The committee named were Messrs.  Bond, Gray, Leithead, Loosemore  and W. Craig. These members  were to act with similar represent  atives of the Glenmore section of  the svstem.  The concert given by the Y. P  Society in the school last Friday  was very successful from a financial standpoint, as over $25 was  taken. The programme was not a  lenglhly one and numerous encores  showed that the audience appreciated the efforts of the young  people. The vocal soloists were  Miss Amy Fleming, Mr. Connal  and Mr. Bamling. Miss W. Horn-  uth and Miss E. Carney played a  pianoforte duet "Meditation," and  Everett Fleming gave a recitation.  An amusing dialogue entitled "Why  Mrs. Gaskell did not engage a  Servant" was given by the Misses  Morrison, Joy and Amy Fleming,  W. Homuth, Schwessinger, A. Wilson, Verna Ford and K. Campbell  Everett Fleming took the part of  the Chinese servant. The last item  on the programme was a campfire  scene which was arranged by several returned soldiers, who had not  very much time for rehearsals, but  did their best to show us how they  amused themselves when in billets  in France. ,  Saturday is to be Rutland's big  day, and visitors will learn that all  the "sports" and "carnivals" are  not held in town, Rutland and  Ellison have joined together for  the occasion and will hold a big  basket picnic and field day in the  Rutland school grounds commencing at I p.m. The programme is  as follows:���  I p.m., Junior Football game,  followed by races for boys under  17 and under 15, and girls under  and over 15; 2.30 p.m., senior base-  Orders for  Local  Scouts  ta prepared''      Kelowna Troop  Troop Firat; Self Last  Isolde Menges Here  Monday Next  Miss Isolde Menges, the brilliant  English violinist, who has often enthralled Kelowna audiences, is to  visit here again after having completed a most successful tour ol the  American cities. She met with the  most glowing tributes as witness  the following from the Chicago  Herald :-  "Isolde Menges quickly revealed  herself as one of the best violinists  who has visited us, and as all the  great ones have been here ma.y  times, that statement pretty nearly  tells the whole story. She is brilliant, positiue and forceful. The  unanimity of applause that burst  forth with each ending note showed that here was a striking personality projecting itself with the unfailing accuracy of a great artist."  Edited by Pioneer. June 17th, 1919  ORDERS by command for weejk  ending July 5th. 1919.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Sunday, June 29th, 1919. at 7.15  p.m. for the investiture ceremony  and church parade to Knox Church.  The Cubs will parade at our clubroom at 7.00 p.m. to join the church  parade.  The troop will parade at the clubroom on Monday, June 30th at 10  a m. with full camp equipment, at  which time a start will be made for  camp at Cedar Creek. All other  parades and orders for this week  will be as posted at camp.  m a  ���  Archdeacon Greene will be  holding a seivice at St. Andrews  Church, Okanagan Mission, on  Sunday, July 6th, and will subsequently hold a service in Camp  at 3,30 o'clock in the afternoon.  We again point out that on the  afternoons of Sunday, July 6th and  Thursday, July I Oth the camp will  be open for visitors and we hope  to see all parents and friends on  both of those occasions.  Parcels and mail for camp may  be left at either the office of Burne  & Weddell or the office of Mantle  & Wi|?on, and will be called for  by whoever is going out to camp  that day by car.  We have not yet secured a camp  cook but hope to do so before the  end of this week.  Recruit Sutherland passed his tenderfoot  test on the 21st instant, and Second J. Butler paaaed hia test for hia Printer's Badge  before Mr. John Leathley on the same  date. We wish to thank Mr. Leathley for  acting aa examiner.  ���        a  a  We regret very much to have received  the resignation of Mr. Gordon aa Cub  Master. He haa been in charge of the  Cubs since the Pack waa formed three  years ago. and we do not believe we can  thank him enough for what he haa done  in forming and looking after the Pack,  together with the assistance of Mr. Bartholomew. There are very few packs in the  province, and the fact that the Kalowna  Pack takes second place to none, speaka  eloquently of the keen and kindly interest  Mr. Gordon haa taken in the local pack.  We ahould very much like to refuse to accept hia resignation, but he states it ia absolutely definite. The resignation will be  placed before the next meeting of the Local  Association Committee.  Weather Report for May  Compiled by G. R. Binger, Observer  May Min. Max.  1     48 ...;  58  2   40    52  3  40 ..:  54  4   39   50  5   32   58  6   33   63  7    43   62  8   39   66  9   46   63  10   45   60  11    44   53  12  35   57  13   33   60  14   36   66  15  47   61  16     43     56  17   41   61  18   42   66  19  44   70  20   39   71  21    43   71  22   45   74  23   38   66  24   41   68  25   54   67  26 .'.  55   67  27   52   72  28 ....:  47   71  29  48   38  30   45   56  31    47   65  Means   43.35  62.64  ball, followed by Centipede Race,  hop step & jump, 100-yd dash, Running Broad Jump, Standing Jump,  High Jump, Sack Race, Relay race,  slow bicycle race ; 6 to 7 supper,  followed by games, throwing the  baseball, putting the shot, tennis  (one set), tug-of-war ; 8 p.m., senior  football. There is to be no charge  for admission.  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 Go.Ld.  KELOWNA  A NY woman who has supervision of  *"��� " home likes to have a modern  bathroom���tlie kind her guests admire.  Ours are the kind that charm, and  every time we install one we know how  it delight! the wife, and we know her  husband who pays (or it. hai made an  investment  that adda  value  to  their  J. Galbraith  Heating, Ventilating and  Sanitary Engineer  Phones:  Store 100 P.O. Box 81  Residence 5705  Motor Car Owr*ers(|  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready f  the fine weather. "A stitch in time saves nine," ai,  a small adjustment  may save you a big bill later  The SMITH & McCUBBIN  GARAGE  All kinds of Accessories Agents  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars   .  The best car on the market to-day   '  The Famous Chalmers Car ii  With the "Victory" motor \n  Republic Trucks and Tractor,  For all hauling and farm work  Agents for COODYEAR  TIRES  LA WRENCE A VE.   Phone 232. Night phone M  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mra. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  K&L.0WNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irritation Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendoii  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 58c      .,       '���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  To Our Customers:  Commencing June 1 st and continuing  through our shipping season, our city  delivery will be made at 9 a.m. instead  of 2 p.m. as formerly.  Our customers wili oblige and help us greatly by keeping this  in mind.   Thanking you  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store phone 29 Office phone 37  CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Can be obtained at the RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES .  In 10c and 15c sealed packets or in bulk    * .  Also Vegetable and Flower Plants in- all Varieties  at reasonable prices  PALMER & ROGERSON  Phone 88 Boa 117  e ���  e ���  Goodyear  Tire Prices Drop  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  the following prices:  Rule  30x34  32x3 J  31 x 4  32x4  33x4  34x4  Plsia  20 70  22.40  31.15  32.95  34.60  36.05  AH-waattisr  22.25  24.65  34.25  36.25  38.30  39.70  Tubs.  3.25  4.30  5.35  5.55  5.70  6.00  HwvrTawisi  4.00  5.25  6.50  6.75  7.00  7.25  Cord Tire Prices are similarly lowered  Don't wait until your tires blow out, see BROWNE  the tire man, NOW, and order your  requirements ahead  Goodyaar Tira Sanies b l*REE.   Avail yourself of its prmlajas  Vulcanising       Gas        Coal Oil        Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  Corner of               DAY  and  NIGHT Talephonaa  Pendozi   ec                        ccnmrE Day 287  Lawrenc.                        StRVIW. Night 67  GOODYEAR  SERVICE STATION  '  mmm tiursday. June 26,1919  KBLOWNA  RECORD  PAOITHBJR  \NEW DRESS SKIRTS  fEW styles in Serge, Cotton, Silk and Poplin Skirts,  have just been put into stock.   No two of these  . skirts are alike.   The values are good and the  [styles the latest in design. Prices from $3.75 to $17.75  Cotton Dresses for Summer  The Martha Washington Porch Dresses come in plain  Lcolored Gingham and Chambray. These are excellent  I garments and look well for street oi house wear. Prices  I from ..' '..:..... $2.95 to $5.75  An excellent assortment is now in stock of Gingham and Print  House Dresses at exceptionally low prices.  Pictorial  Review  Patterns  j /*"\NCE you are a  ^���^ user of Pictorial  Patterns you will always use them. They  ' are so simple to make  up and yet they have  more style than other  patterns.  Dress 8 MO���Requires four  yarda of 36-inch material for  16-year size, and J.yard of  contrasting mots rial.  Dress 8147��� Requires 4}  yards of 36-inch material for  16-year size.  Tan Canvas Sandals at 75c  ! Infants' and Children's Tan Canvas Sandals arc on sale  this' week at this exceptionally low price. The sizes are  from 5 to li-    Note the price 75c pair  1/    LIMirCD   PHONE   361  KELOWNA  FRUIT PICKERS  Free transportation for the accommodation of pickers on the  Orchards of the  Kelowna Land & Orchard Company, Limited  During the Cherry Season  a  motor bua  will  leave  the  corner of Bernard  avenue & Pendozi street daily, except Sunday, at 6.30 a.m., returning 5.30 p.m.  ���    DDirca DAin  I    Sweet Cherries,'per lb. \XA cents  PKIUlS 1-A1U   j-     Souf   Cher-riegi  per lb.  l^cen���  The company would like picken to send in their name* t<rtho office  at aoon as pouible.  Just Arrived���a carload of  Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  COAL OIL GAS FUEL  "Ellsworth Burner''  Can be Installed in your Range, Stove or Heater���the fire ia economical;  aavea labour; no waste of hut s doea the cooking more evenly than wood  or ccal.  DEMONSTRATION - O.K. LUMBER OFFICE, KELOWNA,  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sweney left  yesterday on a visit lo Winnipeg.  Mr. and Mrs. Crichton Spencer  left last week on a visit to Glasgow,  Scotland.  The Rev. E. D. Braden and family returned Friday from their holiday at the coast.  The Rev. W. Armstrong, who is  supplying at the Baptist Church,  left Monday to attend the Baptist  convention at the coast.  Rodney Keller and Anthony  DuMoulin returned this week from  Kingston military college for their  summer vacation.  So far as express shipments are  concerned the strike restrictions  have been removed from Tuesday,  the strike having been declared off.  Express can now be accepted for  all points.  The scouts and cubs are attending church parade on Sunday  evening at the Knox church. All  will meet at the scouts' headquarters at 7 p.m., and from there will  march to the church.  The Baptist church Sunday-  school picnic will be held on Tuesday next at the Mission. Scholars  and parents will meet at the church  at 9.45 a.m.  Capt. E. Hoy, now one of the  company of flyers connected with  the Vancouver Aero Club, was in  town this week meeting old friends  and talking over prospects for a  display in Kelowna.  The Vernon Board of Trade has  been assured that the Lumby  branch is included in the new railway building programme, and the  work ia to be rushed forward with  all haste.  L. Hayman, proprietor of the  ferry, reports that tourists from  California,. Montana, Washington,  Oregon, Alberta, Saskatchewan and  Manitoba are crossing.  The Rev. W. T. Riggs, of Glenn,  California, is visiting his father and  near relatives here for a couple of  weeks. He will occnpy the Baptist  pulpit on Sunday morning next.  Mr. G. S. Davidson, chief fisheries  inspector for Alberta, Saskatchewan  and the Peace River was in town  this week visiting his daughter, Mrs.  W. Crawford. Mr. Davidson expected to spend a short holiday  here, but v. as recalled unexpectedly  Tuesday to Ottawa, and left by the  morning boat.  Commandant Habkirk, of the  Salvation Army. Vancouver) will  conduct a very special service. of  music and song in the Baptist  church on Friday, the 27th (tomorrow), at 8 p.m. The commandant has charge of the young people's work in B.C. Everybody is  welcome.  Lt.-Col. A Bruce Powley, general  superintendent of the Dominion  and Provincial Employment Service  was in town Friday and Saturday  last Col. Powley is at present  visiting the Okanagan in the course  of his duties, and amongst other  matters is endeavoring to have  established something like uniformity in wages paid to agricultural  workers in order to avoid the confusion and conflict which at present  obtains.  Arrangements are complete for  the fete to be held at Mr. Walker's  place, Ok. Mission, on July 1st, in  aid of the Kelowna Wot Memorial  Fund. The open-air concert, for  which a varied programme has  been rehearsed, offers an attraction which doubtless will draw a  food crowd of visitors from town,  wo performances will be given,  one at 3 and the other at 8.30 p.m.  There wiil also be the usual stalls  for the sale of refreshments, fitc.,  and one for fancy work.  Don't Feel  Conspicuous  when walking out; -with Florence  or Arabella on the firat���wishing  ���II the time you had treated  yourself to a pair of Dark'i  SPECIAL FOR YOUNG MEN  If you have decided to attend  the fete or go down the lake try  a pair of neat WHITE SOOTS,  of which 1 have a large ahip-  ment on the ���helvea. Pricea  are SHOWN in the window at  my itore.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Miss McFarlane domestic science  teacher, left Tuesday to spend her  vacation at Charlottetown, P.E.I.  Mr. R. H. Brown of Willits' store  left Monday for Couts, Alta. Before  returning he wiil also visit several  points in the States.  Col. Belson left Tuesday for the  coast to attend the convention of  the provincial Great War Veterans  Association as delegate from the  Kelowna branch.  Dr. Teltord, accompanied by his  mother who ha's been staying in  Kelowna, and his brother, Dr. Geo.  Telford, who came up from the  coast for the purpose, left Tuesday  for Vancouver.  In spite of the remonstrances of  the Kelowna Board of Trade it appears that a coast paper still refers  to the new railway as the "Kam-  loops-Vernon" line instead of the  "Kamloops-Kelowna." Apparently nothing but a deputation will  suffice to change this.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Miss Arbuthnot, Water Street, is  calling attention to the special reduction in her Millinery prices  from now to the end of the season.  The regular meeting of the  Ladies Hospital Aid Society will be  held in the Board of Trade rooms  on Monday a'ternoon, June 30th at  3.30. A full attendance is requested.  Dr. J. Knox Wright will deliver  a popular lecture on China and  Tibet, illustrated with splendid  lantern views, on Wednesday, July  2nd, at 8.15 p.m. in Knox Church.  Collection in aid of the Bible  Society.  Benvoulin Notes  Pte. F. J. Day arrived home on  Friday on a six weeks leave.  Quite a few of the Benvoulinites  attended the Lawn Social at Rutland Wednesday evening and had  a very enjovable evening.  On Wednesday Mr. Clarence  Burtch and family, Mr. J. I. Campbell and family and Mr. and Mrs.  Gus Anderson took advantage of  the lovely weather to take a motor  trip to Vernon.  ��� The regular monthly meeting of  the Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  Women's Missionary Society will  be held at the home of Mrs. Grummett on Wednesday, July 2nd at  three o'clock. The word for the  roll call is to be "service."  Willard-Dempscy  Bout Next Friday  The " glorious fourth " which  this vear falls on Friday next, Will  wiiness a history-making combat  in the sporting world, when Jess  Willard will defend his title of  heavy-weight champion of the  world, against the challenger, Jack  Dempeey, of Salt Lake, at Toledo.  " Every man meets his match "  may or may not prove true on this  occasion. Previous events have  proved that such stern tests of endurance invariably leave the laurel  on the brow of the younger man,  and that after . a man has passed  the meridian of life's span, he is  compelled to bow to youth. This  may happen next week, for although Williard stands 6ft. 6*ins.  with body proportions according  ly, his age is over 35, whilst the  challenger, who is ��� much smaller  man, is only 23.  It is some yearn now since the  last battle wa* staged, when Williard knocked the famous Jack  Johnson out, and aome idea of the  tremendous amount of interest that  has been aroused may be gained  from the fact that advance sale of  tickets has to date netted $400,000.  and seats have been reserved besides for hundreds of press representatives and photographers. The  men themselves will receive from  all sources upwards of $100,000  each, the winnei, of course, pro-  protionatelv more���some scrap I  "The Saturday Evening Post' for  less than five cents a copy, $2.50a  year; "The Country Gentleman'  for less than four cents a copy,  $1.75 a year; including postage.  A. R. Dorais, authorized agent, 632  Broadway West. Vancouver, B.C.  ���*������  A Suggestion  Kill three birds with one stone by ordering a  crate of choice Cherries, Peaches, Plums or 'Cots,  to be expressed to your friends on the prairie.  *J I.   It will please your friends.  (12. It will advertise the country in which  you-reside.  *U 3. lt 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.  YY OOdClf tllL   I  '��rem'ses on Lawrence Av.  Manufacturing Co. nmm  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 sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises. -   ,.1 ...I.-  ������  ^m^^^mmFm  r.\r.E TOOT  KELOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, June 26.1919  -i^ketof    \  v, Wilsons  H.YPADS  ,V-fo>W0RTH OF ANY /  ^TICKY rLY CATCHER /  Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug<  gists., Grocers :.nJ General Stores.  Random Remarks  By the Chiel  "A iliirl'* nmani; ye takin' nutra and feth, he'll  pir-nt them."���Burnt.  Your servant made a re-discovery the  other day, viz., the-City Park! During  saunter there the beautiful situation, the  seclusion, the leafy foliage, the genial sun.  shine, all brought home with a new* force  how fortunate we"of thia citv are in the  possession of such a resort. As I sat musing a little hen bird alighted near by me,  and, picking up some dainty, flew off  blithely to her greedy and expectant brood  in the bush. Not far off was a family  of holiday-maker a solving the high cost of  living by lunching from a basket in the  open, and their air of quiet contentment,  combined with the other features of thi  scene, impressed me gladly. But why, oh  why, should that unsightly eyesore called  Chinatown, be pitched ao near this delectable spot? And echo answers, *'I don't  know!"  Don't you think the world is just a little  bit too censorious in its judgment of fads  and faddists? Generally speaking, I have  to confess to a sneaking respect for the  sincere faddist. What is he usually after  all but a terribly earnest kind of fellow in  pursuit of the truth aa he apprehends it.  A fad, as 1 understand it, is closely related  to a hobby, and a man without a hobby of  some kind is a colorless sort of creature  after all. I don't think 1 would be very  far wrong, if wrong at all, in claiming for  the faddist class credit for much of the inventive genius which has so emiched the  world in the course of time. Despite all  this, of course, it muat be admitted that  there are fads and fads, just as there are  eggs and egga.  1 notice that a New York pastor professes to foresee a clotheleas future for women  and further makes the immodest modes of  Hress of women accountable fpr much of  vice today. He says more, which I would  not like to quote, but after this expression  nf opinion it is comforting to read as the  heading of a women's column in one of  the dailies: "What it being worn!*' Oi  can only hope that the incomprehensible  -tnd perplexing description given in this  ladies' column may prove to be something  more than "good intentions," a term used  by the worthy pastor aforesaid in describing women's dreBs,  Re the high cost of living, would co-operative societies do any good, do you  think?  Carnival Statement  The following approximate statement of receipts and expenditures  has been handed in by the Carnival committee. The balance as  ��� hown, though not quite complete,  is lo be divided equally between  the Hospital and the War Veterans.  RECEIPTS  Dance $116.00  Rutland & Ben. Booth     75 30  Aunt Sally      15.25  War Relics       7.00  Tags. Balloons, &c.     235.80  Gate Receipts  275.45  Tea Room   200.20  Ice Cream     182.40  Ladies'Candy Booth     70.00  Girls'       ���,      27.35  Better Baby Contest     40.00  DnnksBooih     21.95  Flower Bouth      31.20  Fortune Telling      15.00  War Veterans* Booth        87.00  Auction Sales    103.00  Calf Tent       6.00  Refund Dishes       10.75  Raffles & Refreshments     48.50  Vancouver World       2.00  Cash Donations     35.10  Cash Unaccounted for     15.31  Sale of Lumber        20.00  WATER  NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  Take notice that Henry McDougal. whose  address is Kelowna, B.C.. will apply for a  licence to take and use 150 acre feet and  to store 150 acre feit of water oul of  Spring rising in Rose Valley, which flowa  South-easterly and draina into Okanagan  Lake. The storage dam will be located  in Rose Valley just north of the northeast corner of district lot 2188. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is about  80 acre feet, and it will flood about six  acres of land. The water will be diverted  from the atream at the south-east corner  of district lot 2188, and will be uaed for  irrigation purpose upon the land described  as district lot 503. This notice waa posted on tha 3rd day of June, 1919,. A copy  of this notice and an application pur.  auant thereto and to the "Watar Act'. 1914"  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Vernon. Objections to the  application may be filed with the aaid  Water Recorder or with tha Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings.  Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the  first appearance of this notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publication of this notice is June 5, 1919.  HENRY McDOUGAL.  Applicant,  29.3p By Arthur Johnson, Agent.  Want Ads.  HIDE AMASSCY  THE  OKANAGAN   BROKERAGE  WE HAVE the exclusive sale of Mr.  Gulseth's orchard on the K.L.O. Bench,  containing 12 acres, 10 of which are in  bearing orchard���Apples, Pears, Cherries.  Plums, Strawberries, Raspberries, Gooseberries and Currants.  PURCHASER to take this year'a CROP  which is estimated at $2,000.  For immediate sale only. PRICE $8,000  and terms over five years at 6 per cent.  BERNARD AVENUE  Vacant corner lot, close  in.   Full particulars at this office,  THE OKANAGAN BROKERAGE  "Opposite the wharf"  Kelowna  Phone 116 Box 116  FOB  SALE  FOR   SALE,   good   Broadwood - White  Piano, $250.   Moubray, Abbott Street.  32-3p  $1,640.56  A Chinaman working at Crawford's mill was brought into town  lust week suffering from a broken  leg sustained vvlril:   logging.  DISBURSEMENTS  W. R. Trench       W.M.Parker       Dishwashing    Supplies, Mrs. Dick    Refund, Mr. Gauvin   Aquatic Club   Orchestra      Jenkins Co   Dishesl >   D. Leckie      Creamery    Occidental Fruit Co   Butt Tobacco Co   Mr. Cox    W. R. Trench    Kelowna Record    Mrs. J. W. Jones   Kelowna Sawmill    P. B Willi's   Telephone    Alsgard's    Morrison & Thompson ...  J Curls    ��   Ladies' Aid (church)   ���       ���       Dishes   8.76  6.00  5.45  6.40  3.00  15.00  5.00  27.00  10.75  6.05  80.60  13.20  32.29  2.20  .40  24.50  6.00  72.05  30.60  .75  18.20  9.35  1.25  2.00  1.00  The Corpoiation ���  of The City of Kelowna  The Collector for the Corporation of the  City of Kelowna desires to inform all persons whose taxes have become delinquent  that, under the Municipal Act, he is required to* forward by registered mail on  before the first day of July next a notice  to all persons shown by the records of the  Land Registry Office as having a registered interest in the property against which  there are delinquent taxes, advising them  that on the first day of September next  the said property will be sold, unless the  taxes delinquent thereon are sooner paid.  P. D. DUNN.  Collector for fire Corporation  of the City of Kelowna.  Kelowna, B.C.,  June 10th, 1919. 30-2  FOR SALE, Horse, Buggy, Harness ; also  nearly new Top Buggy, or trade tor  Horses or Cows. Jenner, 533, Bernard  Avenue, Kelowna. 32p  FOR SALE, Cheap, McCormick Mower,  5 ft. cut in good repair. Apply S. T.  Elliott.   Phone 5. 32-3c  LOST  LOST, New pair black Auto Driving  Gloves. Kindly leave them at the  Record Office. 32p  TO RENT  FCR RENT, partially-furnished house, for  months of July and August, near the  water.   Apply Mrs. Telford, phone 2.  SITUATIONS VACANT  Bala  $387.79  $1,252.77  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287 P.O. Box 351  Q*XX>CCCC��CXOC>C>CCCCCOCOCXX>3��a  ISOLDE MENGES  World-renowned English Violinist  It. appearing at the  KELOWNA  THEATRE  MONDAY, JUNE 30th  At 8.30 p.m.  Reserved seats $1.10 Rush seats 80c  Children  55c  "Of violinists like Misa Isolde Mcngce fate aenda but  one or two in a generation."  ���Daily Telegraph, London, England.  SMART GIRL WANTED aa Telephone  Operator. Apply Head Operator, phone  213, Kelowna Exchange.      , 30tf  MISCELLANEOUS  IN THE MATTER OF THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF THOMAS  DUGGAN, late of Kelowna, Britiah  Columbia, Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that Clara  Duggan, widow, and Thomas David  Ossian Duggan, farmer, both of Kelowna,  B.C., the administrators of the estate of  the above-named deceased, have made a  declaration dated the Uth day of J ine,  1919, under Part VII of the "Administration Act/' that the aaid eatate ia insolvent,  and have filed 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 of the undersigned at 7, Row.  cliffe 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 the 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 par.  ticulara of the same verified by statutory  declaration to the undersigned on or be.  fore 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,  31-3       7. Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C  WANTED, smart Young Lady Clerk. Ap  ply Alsgard's Confectionery. 28tf  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wiring  and Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  Phone 347  Reduced Prices  on Millinery  IJNTIL the end of the present  season all'our Millinery atock  will be offered at a considerable reduction from the original  prices. All our goods are new  and include the very latest designs and novelties.  Miss ARBUTHNOT  Water St., next Kelowna Creamery  Upholstering  Polishing- & Furniture Repair*  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat- and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &tc.  Re-made Polished  Coiey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Chargea Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  BURROUGHS  Adding Machines  Free 1 rial Easy Terms  W. G. SCOTT  PlumbeY and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  WANTED, Syrup  Cans, -fee, suitable for  Honey.   G.W.Cunningham, 32-3p  SPECIAL PRICE on Wet Washes for Dry  July at the Laundry. AH white wet  washes 3Ac per lb., mixed, 4Jc per lb.  Minimum charge, 50c.   Phone 5704.  32-3p  The Corporation  of The City  of Kelowna  The City is prepared to accept offers for  the sale and cutting of grass on the streets  within the Corporation of the Gty of  Kelowna. 32  KELOWNA  REGATTA  August 13th and 14th, 1919  TENDERS are invited for five concessions for selling refreshments in the park  on Regatta days. Highest bidders to have  choice of sites. Tenders must be in not  later than August 1st.  32.6 H. G. M. WILSON. Sec.  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF 3RITISH  COLUMBIA  O^aswsss-tss-t^s-tfswsftSRSSB-^^  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  In the matter of Central Okanagan Lands  Limited and The Kelowna Irrigation  Company Limited  Between Thomas H. Milne (on behalf of  himself and all other of the holders of  Debentures entitled to the benefit of the  Indenture mentioned in the endorsement  on the Writ of Summons in this action),  f Plaintiff  ,  and  Central Okanagan  Lands, Limited,   and  Dominion Trust Company (added by order  dated 26th day of May, 1915) and the Kelowna Irrigation Company Limited (added  by order dated 22nd November, 1915),  Defendants.  Pursuant to an order of the Honourable  Mr, Justice Murphy made  herein  on  the  5th day of June, 1919, Tenders will be re.  ceived   by the undersigned  for the purchase of Lot 6, Block 17, according to Map  462, City of Kelowna, on which ia erected  a wooden  building.    Persons tendering  wil! please state the terms offered.  All tender muat be accompanied by a  certified cheque for an amount equal to  10 per cent of the purchase price.  The sale will be subject to the approval  of the Court.  Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this I Oth day  of June, 1919.  W. M. MACLACHLAN,  Receiver and Manager,  Central Okanagan Lands Limited, and  Kelowna Irrigation Company, Limited  30-2 v  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 180  ��� THE   Veteran Meat Market  J. E. James    -   Prop.  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  Cash and Carry  Prime Mutton  and Lamb  of the choicest quality the country can  produce.    A   trial order will pleas*  YOU as well as us.  WATER NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE      ,  Take Notice that James Inglis, whose  address is Kelowna, C.C., will apply for a  licence to take and use 57 acre feet and to  store 70 acre feet of water out of Duck  Lake, which flows North and drains into  Woods Lake about S.W. quarter of Pec.  22,Tp.20.  The storage-dam will be located at outlet of Lake. The capacity of the reservoir  to be created is about 538 acres. The  water will be diverted from the atream at  a point at the S.W. cor. of Lake, near the  N.W, cor. of Diet. Lot 119, ud willbe uaed  Irrigation purpose upon tlie Land described as Lot 2, being the North Easterly 23  acres of D.L. 122, Tp. 23. '  This notice waa posted on the ground  on the 27th day of June, 1919. A copy of  this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder  at Vernon. Objection1) to the application  may be filed with the said 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.  JAMES INCUS, Applicant,  R. T. ROBERTSON  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  29-2p  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday���To be announced.  Tuesday���"The Clutch  of   Circumstance."   An exceptionally  fine production, with Corinne Griffith.   Also a comedy.  Thursday���George Walsh in "Some Boy."  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  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 rock bottom prices  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna  Canada  you   every   safeguard   for   your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  C Your postmaster will register every War Savings  Stamp for you, and if'they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp worth $5.00 in 1924.  NATIONAL WAB SAVINOS COMMITTEE  (British Colombia Division)       f Vancouver  B C  Bw Thrift .Stamps


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