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 ^2re.\icry*��\  VOL. VII.   NO. 12.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1915.-6 PAGES~  $ 1.50 Per Annum  Redistribution Report  Presented to House  Kelowna Will Have Adequate  Representation  In the legislature Mon lay  reports were presented from the  ��� /redistribution commission by  the provincial secretary. Separate reports . covering proposed  rearrangement oi constituencies were handed in irom the  two commissioners, Judge McDonald and Judge Morrison.  Judge Morrison's report, as  he alone signs it, carries with it.  a schedule covering the em ire  list of constituencies in the province. Judge McDonald's state  , ment and schedule deals onlv  with Tertain constituencies, lesv  ing the assumption that on the  points not covered he agree  with his confrere. *  Forty-seven members ahould  comprise the next House, according to Judge Morrison's  schedule, while Judge McDonald  makes the count fortv-five, and  at the same time deprecates thc  necessity of any increase.:, The  present House has forl.v-tw)  members. The constituencies affected as to increased representation are Vancouver, one nd-  ditional; Richmond, twj: Skee-  na one and Okanagan one.  In pur own immediate neigh-  borhood, the changes most significant are in tne Similkameen  which loses'the Kettle Valley to  Greenwood and gains from the  Okanagan all that portion south  of a line east and west at  Trout Creek, just below Summerland, thus taking Penticton-,  into the Similkameen. The rest  ������ of the Okanagan division which  thus loses Penticton, gains Salmon Arm and Sicamous on the  north and is again divided at  'the Coldstream river into north  and south Okanagan with a  member for each.   ���  By this arrangement, which  will be quite acceptable and indeed gratifying to Kelowna people, this district at last secures  adequate representation iu the  provincial house.  The new division of which Kelowna will thus be the natural  centre will include Summerland.  Naramata, Peachland, West-  bank, Kelowna and surroundings, Okanagan Centre and Okanagan Landing, to a point just  south of Vernon, which of  course will be' in the northern  , end. This area includes a population of probably eleven or  twelve thousand people.  In his report Judge McDonald  says there has been a large increase in British Columbia's  population since the last redistribution, but the fact that this  \ increase was not spread evenly,  but was especially confined to  the coast, makes it difficult to  handle. Over two-fifths of thc  voting strength of the province  is in Vancouver or within 20  miles of the city. He thinks,  for several reasons, the population should not be a goveruin  factor in representation.   -��   DR.  WESBROOK SPEAKS TN  RAYMER'S HAW,  A special evening public meet  ing in connection with the short  course lectures was held in Rav-  mer's hall Tuesday evening. The  principal speaker was Dr. Wes-  brook, head of the new B. C  University, who delivered a  most interesting address ou  some of the ideals and aims and  problems confronting the university scheme. His wide experience and deep knowledge of  educational methods of the lead-  ing institutions'of manv cmm-  tries, and his high conception oi  the purpose and possibilities of  higher education were fully reflected in his remarks, which  were listened to with great interest.  Mr. H. Rive gave a talk illustrated bv lantern slides !>n  "Dairying" and Mr. Hopkin;  showed some excellent pictures  of better-class tvpes of live  stock.  Politics in ��� Kelowna luring  the past year oc two have been,  it must be confessed, somewhat  flat, stale,   and* shall we f.ay���  Honest John Oliver Addresses  local Liberal Meetings  Former Member for Delta Scores Government Land Policy -  Wholesale Graft, Corruption, and Mismanagement  are His Charges Against Government  he said it was all very well to  see them march off with waving  flags and bands olavin' hut'  what about their coming batk  unprofitable.      Signs  are-not Had   his audience ever thought  Kelowna Figures In  Dominion Estimates  BAPTIST YOUNG  PEOPLE'S SOCIETY  "Imperial Cooperation" was  the subject of an address given  by Mr. L- V. Rogers t.i the H.  Y.P.S. meeting on Monday evening. Mr. Rogers spoke of ancient empires, with which we  associated the names of Alexander, Caesar and Napoleon und  went on to talk of the British  Empire which we called our empire. He contrasted physical,  greatness with moral greatness,  the laMer of which was to be  the mofe desired. Imperial Federation as contrasted with cooperation was dealt with, Mr.  Rogers claiming that while the  first led to diversity of action  on the part of the various units  comprising it, cooperation welded the empire together. The  speaker was heartily thanked  for his address.  Next Monday Mr.. Pelton will  give a lantern lecture talk on  "Rambles on the cast coast,"  The main estimates for tht)  fiscal year, tabled in the Commons this week, provide for a  total appropriation of 5 wo,.W,-  352, a decrease of �� 17,7 c>m 320  as compared with the total  amount voted in both main jni  supplementary estimates si ill  to come, this session's appropriations will probablv equal if  not surpass, those of last year,  exclusive altogether of the Si 00-  000,000 voted for war purposes.  Amongst the votes for publio  buildings of interest in thc district are the following:  KELOWNA j>,o'.o  Penticton    20,000  Revelstoke    50,000  Golden    2o,o<u   .   Mr. H. J. Williams left Tuesday fot a visit to Calgarv  Mr. H. Brunt, who has been  acting for some weeks as organist at the Methodist church left  Monday for the coast.  Mr. A. E-. Stocks left last  week for England with a view  to seeking service in some  branch of the naval service, in  which he has already had considerable experience.  Messrs. Pete Smith, Alec  Smith and J. Maver left Kelowna Monday morning for Ottawa  where they are to enlist with  the forces as auto transport  drivers.  An alarm of fire was turned  in on Monday soon after 13.30  noon, from. Chinatown. A chimney fire in Sam Lee's lauitdi -,-  however, proved to be the onlv  trouble, and this was extinguish  ed in a few minutes with verv  little damage.  The death took place in the  earlv hours of yesterday morning of Mrs. Frances Virginia,  wife of Mr. D. Bertram of Kelowna. A funeral service will  be held at the home on Harvev  avenue at 2..v> todav. and the  remains will be shipped bv tomorrow morning's boat to  Maple Creek, Sask., for interment.  The government remount purchaser turned tip at Kelowna  last Thursday and spent the .In'  in examining the manv horses  which were submitted lo him  As was expected only a small  proportion of those offered were  accepted, the total purchases  amounting to 22 including cavalry and artillerv horses. The  prices paid ranged from $100 to  91.60.'   *   Premier Asauith, sneaking in  the House of Commons Mondav  said that British casualties in  all ranks in the western arena of  the war from the beginning oi  the war to February i, amounted to approximately 104,000  men. This included wounded  and missing.  Mrs. L. W. Shatfoft died on  Sunday last at Victoria.  wanting however that' this condition is to be changed in some  measure, for ths local Liberals have recently begun to exhibit svmptoms of returning  animation, and in pursuance of  this policy a public meeting was  arranged for Tuesday afternoon  in Raymer's hall to hear an address   from   John   Oliver, the  Honest John" who as member  for Delta was a leading iigure  of the Liberal opposition in the  House for many vears until the  fortunes of politics swept him  along with many of his colleagues into retirement at '.he last  election.  Honest John has a certain fluency of oratory and a keennesf  in criticism which is all his own  and his speech of Tuesday, delivered in a somewhat high kc  in which he roasted the govern  ment from top to bottom, and  from east to west, did not fail  to keep the attention of the  sbme iso men who had gathered  to hear him.  The chair was taken by Mr  L. V. Rogers, president of 1h;  Liberal Association, and Mr. F.  R. E. DeHart also assisted at  the meetinir.  Mr. Oliver gave most of his  attention to the land policy of  the government.  The maps issued by ihe government he declared, were mis"  leading, as land shown tis open  for pre-emption was really in  the hands of speculating companies who luid managed to get  inside information ahead of  what was supplied to the public.  Agricultural land he believed,  should not be sold at ail, and  should only be parted with on  conditions of continued residence  and productiveness. If such a  policy had been pursued, lhe  population of British Columbia  could have been doubled, und  profitable employment found for  all. There would have been no  empty stores and mortgage fori  closure all over the province  The government had guaranteed  the bonds of railway companies  but the country must be developed or these companies could  not pay the interest and sinking funds on their debentures.  How could the country be developed, he asked, when tin best  lands were allowed to .*o into  the hands of speculators who  would hold it until they could  get higher prices?  He criticised the outlay involved in the preparation ol Unreport of thc Agricultural Commission, which he claimed embodied nothing but what had  been a part of the Liberal platform for years and touched also upon thc taxation of the 1 ro-  vince, which he said was inequitable, and allowed the big  speculators to get off too lightly.  He was particularly wvere in  his condemnation of the government for what he considered  was its failure to carry out a  promise to"deal with the labor  problems ol the province. A  Labor Commission had been appointed and had delivered a report. This commission, hy thc  way, had been purposely b-pt  away from Nanaimo, whioh had  been the scene of much labor  trouble, because of the fear that  it would conflict with the McKenzie & Mann interests them.  Amongst their recommendations was one for the adoption  of a Workmen's Compensation  Act. This too, he claimed, had  been a matter the Liberals had  been advocating for vears past.  Referring to British Columbia's contribution of soldiers to  fight the battles of the   empire,  of that? How "many of them  would come back cHonled and  incapable of earning their own  living? Were we going 10 turn  them adrift as beggars and paupers, or were we going tc provide for them?  Every year, he said, the industries of the world were making more cripples than the war.  and it was the duty of the government to place a law upon  the statute book to provide tor  these cripples. It was not good  business to continue to manufacture cripples and beggars  Statistics of the state ot" Washington which had adopted a  Workmen's Compensation law  showed that ample provision  could be made for insurance to  cover all industrial accidents for  a premium of one per cent oi thc  payroll.  What did the government propose to do? Thev were going to  bring in a bill and lay il on the  table for a year!  Continuing Mr. Oliver went on  to speak of the wholesale extravagance of the government in  the matter of salaries lot officials, which had increased vear  bv year from .c2(Sa,ooo in rqoy-S  to Si,744,000 which was the  vote for the present "ear.  Mr. Oliver indulged in muoh  biting sarcasm regarding the  loads of the province, -showing  some photographs he had taken  while travelling over the road  from Fort George where he said  a team of six horses had hardly  sufficed to pull them through  the mud. He compared this  with the big sums which were  being spent to provide mtomo-  bile roads for the pleasure of  those who had made their little  piles.  Dealing with the publio uc  counts in the light of the government's statement that there  was need for economy at (In  present time, he criticised thc  expenditures on roval tommis  sions, and the growing cost ot  constitutional litigation, which  latter was a hand-out from Mr.  Bowser to his legal associates.  Charges of wholesale graft wen-  laid against the government in  connection with the Sotighee  and Kitsilano reserves. The  whole country, he declared was  seething with fraud.  '  He scored the Attorney - General in the matter ot the Dominion Trust scandal, placing responsibility upon Mr. Dowser  for his failure to advis 1 he gov  eminent of thc Illegal nature of  jts financial operations, assert  ing that he had placed private  interests before his dutv to the  province. And the Dominion  Trust affair, said Mr. Oliver,  was not a patch on other scandals he could name.  He concluded bv assuring his  audience that the remedy for  these evils lav in their hands at  the next election, and appealed  for support for the Liberal par-  tv in the district.  Capt. Worsnon. of Kamloops,  who is accompanying Mr Oliver  on his tour, read some correspondence he had had with the  authorities at Ottawa in regard  to the purchasing of army remounts in British Columbia.  He accused thc Hon. Martin  Burrell of indifference to the  needs of the province in failing  to send war orders out west.  and claimed that but for tbe  pressure he had brought lo bear  upon the government, Uie fact  that this province had horses  for sale suitable for armv purposes, would have been altogeth  er overlooked.  The meeting was then thrown  open for questions, and accept  ing the invitation, Mr. Lionel1  E. Taylor took exception to a  remark of Mr. Oliver regarding  what he termed the useless  waste of monev bv the department of agriculture. The speak  er, said Mr. Taylor, had challenged anyone to say that he  had got ten dollars worth of  real beneiit from all the money  spent by tjiat department.  "I am one," said Mr. Taylor,  "who can say that, and what is  more, if it had not been for tbe  work.of the fruit inspectors in]  combatting orchard pests and  diseases, this district would be  in bad shape to-day." Mr.  Taylor went on to speak of the  short courses in horticulture  which were at present proving  of great benefit to so many farmers in the district, and other  valuable aid which had been received from government demonstrators and lecturers from  time to time, He considered  Mr. Oliver's remarks as unfair  criticism of a body of men who  were doing good work, but who  were precluded by their position  as civil servants from, replying  for themselves.  Honest John was plainly a  little taken aback by this attack, and for a while showed a  disposition to hedge, disclaiming having made such a challenge. Upon Mr. Taylor, however, persisting that he hard  taken down the exact words uttered bv Mr. Oliver said he  thought Mr. Tavlor must have  misunderstood thc purport of  his remarks. He was glad how  ever he said, to find s6iucr>ne  who had received ten dollars  benefit, as he himself had not  received ten cents.  "Perhaps" retorted Mr. Tavlor, "it is not everyone who is  in a position to take advantage  of thc instruction iriven."  THE RUTLAND MEETING  In the evening a large and enthusiastic crowd turned up at  the Rutland school house, where  both political parties were represented. The place of meeting  had been tastefully decorated  with flags bv the committee of  the Rutland Liberal Association  and the speakers were accorded  a patient hearing. A large  number of ladies were present-  Mr. Morrison presided and  briefly introduced the speakers,  the first of whom, Mr. V. R E.  DeHart stated that Mr. Oliver  had resided in the province for  some thirty-eight vears and hud  been three times elected to the  provincial legislature at Victoria. He had gained the distinction of being called "Honest  John" from the Conservative  party itself.  Capt. Worsnop af Kamloops  spoke on what he thought the  government could and should do  for the farmer, He confined  his remarks principally lo the  agricultural ouestion and claimed that the Roval Commission  appointed to inquire into agricultural questions at a ei-st ot  f4,000 was a waste of time and  monev as all thc information  contained in the report submitted to the provincial legislature  was contained in a similar report on conditions in New Zealand and vet Sir. Richard Mc-  Bride said the recommendations  made in the report were impossible to carry out. He wanted  to show them that Sir Richard i  was wrong. He described the  condition of New Zealand some  Government Arranges  Farmers' Conference  Will Discuss Ways and Means  of Increasing Production  The Dominion Department , of  Agriculture has arranged for a  scries ot conferences to be held  held in the various provinces.  That in Kelowna will take  place on Saturday, Febuiry 27  at 8 p.m., when the following  will speak: Prof. McDonald,  Provincial Live Stock Commissioner, P.-H. Moore, superintendent of experimental farm,,  and Herbert Cuthbert, Industrial Commissioner of Victoria.  The primary object of the conference is to discuss ways end  means of increasing the sue and  value of the Canadian crop output in 1915, in order that the  supplies mav be sufficient to  meet the large demand anticipated on account of the war,  and crop shortages in several  of the beligerent countries. Tiie  organization of the conferences  in the various provinces lias already been placed in lhe hands  of men who have achieved p.'o-  minence in various branches of  agricultural work. Present conditions in competitive cotiuiries  such as Australia, New Zealand  the Argentine Republic and the  United States for the production of large supplies pf grain  and meat products for the usw  of the European countries will  be fully investigated and discussed at these conferences. Il is  believed that these countries are  at the present moment show.ng  a shortage in their next crops,  and consequently a great opportunity lies before Canada. The  conferences will cover the whole  of the Dominion.  This is a most important  matter and farmers will be consulting their own interests Ly  turning out in large numbers  . ���   KELOWNA DEBATING  SOCIETY  The third meeting was held nn  Friday, January 2-th. witn Mr.  N. D. MciTavish in the oluir.  Mr.' J. G. Richards proposed-  "That all persons of Asiatic origin should be excluded irom the  province of British Columbia ''  Dr. S. W. Thaver opposed ihe  resolution, and thc following  also sPoke: Messrs. Kerr, Grib-  ble and Corbv, Mrs. Whitehead,  Mrs., Kerr, Messrs Groves and  Jenkins and Mrs. Gore.  Mr. Richards replied and the  resolution was put to the meeting and declared lost by 12  votes to 4.  The next meeting will be held  tomorrow, (Fridav* n;<dit at  8 o'clock at the old school. The  debate will be on "Prolubi'ion" ..  and the resolution will lie "that  the sale and manufacture of intoxicating liquors should be  prohibited throughout the Dominion of Canada."  Mr.   George   Thompson   will  sneak in the affirmative and Mr.  Macready in the negative.   _    . 4   SMITH���HOOPER  A quiet but pretty woddin-'  was solemnized at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. A. Hooper, aift  Thursday evening, Fen, 4*h.  when their youngest daughter  Miss Florence Essex and Mr.  Alex. James Smith, ot Kolowna   prerc   united in  bonds .��f   holv  thirty vears ago when it was in'matrimony.   The  nuplial   knot  a much belter condition than B.  C.'i is todav, and spoke of the  late H. C. Seddon's efforts to  bring about a better state of  affairs which resulted in the  passing of the New Zealand  Land Act, which resulted in  great benefit to the country.  British Columbia todav was  not a manufacturing country  We had lo get out products  from the soil, and it was the  government's first dutv to use  all its resources to help ihe farmer to do so. (Annlausc). He  claimed they had not ,1 titan in  (Continued on Pose n.l  being tied by the Rev. Howard  J. King.  . Thc best wishes of thc whole  district is extended to Mr. and  Mrs. Smith.  Thc bridegroom left on,Monday for active service it the  front as a motor man.   f   Thc Marquis of Londonderry  one of the foremost leaders of  the Ulster movement, and one of  the great nobles of the United  Kingdom, died Mondav <-f t.neu-  monia. He was one of the  greatest landowners of thc United Kingdom, controlling Vnvut  so,000 acres in Countv Down,  Londonderry County and Durham Countv. He was also lhe*  owner of extensive coal mines.'  BflfceflMI PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, February ir, 1915  KELOWNH RECORD  Publinked ��v��ry ThurtrHy at Kalowna,  .   Britiih Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY ���  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  $1.50   p��r   year;    76c..    aix    months.  Unltwl  States 00 oeaU additional,  AU lubioriptioni payable In advance  Subicriberi at tie regular rate toil bave  uxtra paper* mailed to triende at a diutance  ut  HALF RATE.  i.e.. 75 oente per year.  Thi* epeofel prlvilene U irruntctl for tbe  purpOM ol ttdviirtieinif tbe oitv and dUtr.cl.  ADVERTISING RATES  LOIKJE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 26 cente per tulumn Inch per week,  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 day*. IV  (VO dave 17.  WATER NOTICES-ID lor live laiertlooi.  liKOAL ADVERTlSINQ-FUet iniertlon. 12  ceate per line: eacb eubtequeDt ioaertton, 8  ceata per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cente  per word liret Inaertion. 1 oent per word  eaoh eabtequent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two incboe  and under. 60 oente per inch firat insertion  over two inches 40 cents per inoh first Insertion: 20 cents per inch eaoh eubsequent  insertion.  All chaniree in contract advertisements must  be In tbe hands of the printer by Tuesday  eveninfi to   emoro   publication   in   tht   noxt  issue.  Will Great Britain be Forced  Jo Use Her Awful Secret?  Will Britain, driven to retalia  tion for violation of all recognized rules of warfare, annilii-  late the Teutonic race? Wili sh-J  resort to thc secret that, ior  more than one hundred years,  she has considered too terrible  to use?  Will she employ "Dundonald's  famous destroyer" and ai ont  blow exterminate millions of  human beings?  Ture? times, Britain, when in  sore straits, has considered using the mystery of the world's  warfare and three times tha: military and civil authorities have  revolted at the idea of such a  "wholesale slaughter."  Oundonald himself, when he  discovered the mysterious destroyer, declared that tbj* whole  soul of man revolted at the idea  of such sacrifice, and that, once  employed, any nation lnii'hc use  use it, and that its first use was  but a forerunner of the destruction of the entire human race.  That Britain should shudder  v ith horror at the thought of  destroying one-third of thc population of a continent in tt few  hours is second in interest to  the fact that, if Britain should  employ it against the Teutons  it would mean perhaps lhe eventual annihilation of all humanity and perhaps of all animal  life on the face of the globe.  What is Dundonald's destroyer?  At the present time, it is  said, the appalling secret is securely locked up in sealed vaults  in the tower of London. But  three persons���one of the roval  family, one of the army and one  of the naw���know what it is  Thomas Cochrane, tenth carl  of Dundonald, one of the most  daring of the British sea lords,  was also the greatest inventor  of his time.  In 1810 he led the British in  the attack upon the French fleet  in Basque Roads, one of the  ereatest feats of British naval  history. He was kept from destroying the enemy only bv gross  conduct of his superior officer.  Lord Gambier.  In a rage Dundonald made a  frantic assault upon Gambier  and Gambier, backed bv tht  corrupt admiralty succeeded in  disgracing Dundonald and forcing his retirement.  During his enforced retirement  Dundonald, experimenting wilh  gases and chemicals, suddenly  appeared before the admicalt  demanding the appointment of  a small committee to investigate his "new invention'."  He claimed that his invention  furnished "an infallible means  of securing at one blow our  military supremacy; of commencing and terminating a war  by one victory."  A roval commission investigated. It reported that Dundonald's destroyer would do  all that he claimed; that either  on sea or land it was irresistible and infallible!  The government refused to  adopt it, however. The committee* had reported that its "de  vastation would be inhutr.an; it  would transcend the limits of  permissible warfare." *  The report urged "that il be  kept a profound secret, lest oth  er powers get it and use it for  the annihilation of Britain and  the conquest of the world.1'    ,  In 1846 the admiralty appointed another investigating cam  .mittee of high officials., In .Tan-  uarv 1847 this committee reported that, "beyond a doubt.  Dundonald's destroyer uot onlv  would defeat, but would actually exterminate, sweep out of existence, annihilate anv hostile  force. To use such utter devastation would be contrary to the  principles of warfare."  During the Crimean war the  government, hard pressed and  desperate, was inclined to use  the mysterious destroyer in  the war against the Russians.  Thc admiralty once more voted to use thc device, provided  Dundonald would instruct two  officers as to how to em ploy it  against Sebastopol. He refused.  He stated that he 'would usti it  himself personally if permitted  full freedom, and that il  meant the death of the ajperator  as well as the enemy.  He would make the sacrifice  and annihilate all the Russians  Thc government again refused  to permit such a crime against  humanity.  Tradition among military exerts is that the committee of  1847 wrote a full and complete  list of directions as to the operations of thc destroyer and  that these directions have been  scaled in a vault in thc Tower  of London for vears.  Benvoulin Notes  It is expected that Rev. G. A.  Wilson, B.A., Presbyterian Su-  perintendant of Home Missions  for B. C, will preach on Sunday, March ist at Rutland.  Glenmore and Benvoulin.  A quiet wedding took place on  Monday afternoon of last week  at the home of Rev. and Mrs.  W. T. Beattie, when Isabelle Lyric McAlpine was united in mi-r-  riage to John Peterson Gray.  The newlv married couple are  well and favorably known in  the district, and the good wishes of many friends will ;.*o wi'h  them in their married lite. Rev.  W. T. Beattie  officiated   at the  Black Mountain School  Report for January  First Division  Senior IV. ��� Beth Dalgleish,  Abbie Wilson, Lillian Sproul.  Class IV.���Karl Hardie, Amy  Fleming, William Plowman.  Junior   IV. ��� Leslie Richards  Annie Wilson, Jean McDonald.  Class III. ��� Mary Woolsey,  Evelvn Sproul, Mona Ruth  Woolsey.  Second Division  Second Reader,���Martha Wool  sey, Olive White, Netta Monford.  First Reader, Senior.��� Hazel  Bessett, Nora White and Elsie  Brown, equal, George M'tgford.  First Reader, Junior.��� Etta  McDonald and Allen Dalgleish  equal, David Warden, Everett  Wilson.  Second Primer.��� Dudley Fill  Patrick, John Harrison, George  Elder.  First Primer.��� Doras White  Frank Bessett, Jessie Plowman  Te^heejaarYOreaaaeea PhoUglar  JAMES CRUZE  Hero of "The Million Dollar  Mystery" who will appear as  Hassan Alt, the Hindu Mystic  Seer in "Zudora". Thanhouscr's  new and greatest serial photo  play. Episode No. I will be  shown at the Opera House on  Saturday afternoon and night.  News Items from the  Okanagan District  The Grand Forks boa'td of  trade . is making a house lo  house canvass for new members.  e   e   ��  At Trail the Doukhobors have  purchased four lots and in   tht:  spring will build a general feed,  flour and produce store'.'"-  ...  Penticton has just sold Sio,-  000 of irrii?atio�� bonds at .85.  They arc for .1,0 years and  bear  interest'at 6 per cent.  ...  Vernon's  expenditure  in 191J  for school purposes was $r\A>2  The enrollment   this month totalled S-I7 Pupils.  ...  It is    estimated   that    there  are 2,103,000,000 feet of timber  tributary   to the Kettle Vallev  .railway.  ...  The oldest man in the provincial home at Kamloops is Peter  Keeler. He is qa '-ears obi. and  although blind, is as lively   as  some men half his age.  ...  It   is   the   intention   ol   the  creamery   company   to re-open  the plant at Armstrong on Mon  dav, March ist.  ...  The Kamloops Trust Co. has  chanced its name to "Thc Kamloops Agencies, Ltd." There is  evidently    considerable distrust  of "Trust" companies just now.  ...  While the south bound passenger train was passing the Step-  nev ranch, near Armstrong last  week a man was knocked down  bv the locomotive. The train  was stopped and the man picked up and taken to Armstrong,  but was dead before medical aid  could be secured.  e   e   e  Some of the "wholesale houses  who have in the past been doing quite a considerable amount  of business in thc Okanagan and  interior of British Columbia urc  joining in a movement to dispense with their travellers. Thev  claim economy as the ground  for their proposed action, and  the assertion they make is thnt  in doing away with travellers  and selling from catalogues th  will be able to dispose of goods  to thc retail merchants at a  saving of five per cent.  e   e   e  Mr. J. M. Robinson, ol Naramata is floating a new company to be known as the Ci'ivida  Universal Locknut, Ltd., says  the Summerland Review. Ouick  to recognize a eood thing, it,  was just bv chance that he dome  across a little invention that  promises to save huge sums for  the railways in the form of a  tiny device to keep nuts and  bolts from becoming loosened,  Mr. Robinson obtained the Canadian rights while in California  last spring, and the above-named company has just been organized in Toronto to take :are of  thc Canadian business.  WAR AFFINITIES  Thc following curious alliance  of names is being passed about:  JOF-FR'E  F R E-N C H  To those   who delight in this  kind of thing the following mav  be interesting as indicating wito  started this war and on whom;  KA1-SE r;-  SER-VI A  It is said in behali of Germany that this war in support  of world culture, is"lt nor rather suspicious when we find Kttl-  tur and Turkey bracketed together, thus:  K TJ L-T U R  T TJ R-K E Y  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lot*.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  SYNOPSIS OF COAIi MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mininp rights of 'he Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Xoitli-  west Territories, and in a nortion of  the Provinoe of British Columbia, rouyi  be leased for a term ol '.weity-one  years at an annual rental of $1 an  aore. Not more than 2,6(10 acres  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications lor the lease must be.  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Aeent of the district  in whioh the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory tho land muat  be desoribed bv seotions, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unturvey-  od territory the traot applied lor  ahall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be aoobm.-  nnnied by a fee of $5 whfch 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 pf five cent! per ton,  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  rovalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being' operatdd, tuoh  returns shall be furnished at least  once a vear.  The lease will inolude the ooal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate ol $10 an aore.  For full information annlioation  should be made to the secretary ol  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  "V. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed tenders, addressed to the  Postmaster General, will lie reoeived at  Ottawa until Noon, on Friday', the  19th, February, 1915, for '.he conveyance of HiB Majesty's Mails, on a proposed Contraot for four vears. Twelve  times per week each way '.ietw��n Kelowna and Wharf, from the \st April  next.  Printed notices containing t'irther information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen rand blank  forms of Tender may be obtaiued at  the Post Office of Kelowna, and at the  office of the Post Office Inspector.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD  Post Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Office,  Vanoouver, B. C. ���  8th January, 1915.  WATER NOTICE  (Diversion and Use.)  Take notice that Colin Campbell Fuller, whose address is Kelowna, B. C,  will apply for a licence to take ami  use three-tenths of a oubio foot (0.3)  of water out ol a spring rising on lots  5 and 6, Registered plan No. 177, 30  chains west ot the north-east corner ol  lot 5, whioh flows west and drains into Okanagan Lake, through lots S and  6, registered plan No. 477, about. 90  chains south oi the north-west Ooinor  of Seotion 25, Township 28.  The water will be diverted from the  stream at a point about the spring  30 chainB west ol the north-east corner of lot 5, registered plan No. 477,  and will be used for irrigation purposes upon the land 'desoribed as the  west seven aores of lot 5. and 'he west  seven acres of lot 6, both in registered  plan No. 477.  This notioe was routed on the ground  on the 16th dav of January, 1915. A  i-aiiiv ol this notioe and ��n application  pursuant thereto and 10 tlio "Water  Act, 1914," will be iiled in the offioe  of the Water Recorder at Vernon, B.  0. Objections to the annlioation may  be filed with the said Water Uecordor  or with the Comptroller ol Water  Right*, Parliament Bulldiagt, Victoria  B. C, within thirty days after .the  first anpearanoe of this notice in a local new.���n. The date ol the first  Dubllcation ol thit notice is January  21st, 1916.  COLIN CAMPBELL FULLER  Applicant.  By. 7. W. Grovel. Agent.  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date  machinery  Frank Knaptori  Bernard Avenue ���  Don't Fail to take advantage of our  CROCKERY  SALE  which is now going on    i  We are giving 20 per cent. Discount  on all Crockery for'One Week  CASH GROCERY SPECIALS     ,  Choice Butter, in tubs"    -.   lb. 55c  Corn Flakes        - - pkg. 1 Oc  Sodas      - *>.        ���-    tin 25c  Canned Pumpkin, lge. tins 2 for 25 c  Strawbry. &Raspbry.]am-    tin 35c  Best quality  Evaporated Prunes -       - * lb. 10c  New stock-  To make your money go the limit, buy from  THE STORE0FPLZN\  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  Five per cent. Discount on Monthly Accounts  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  FOR SALE  44 Head of  Choice Dairy Cows  Comprised of  Ayrshire, Holstein, Jersey, Shorthorn  All in Calf by Pure-bre3 Bulls  Cow and Price to Suit Every Customer  The above stock can be teen at the Lake View  Stables, Kelowna. For further particulars apply  THOS. DUGGAN  Phone 4503  Kelowna, B.C. Thursday, February il. J915  KEtOWNA  RECQBJ)  pitwtHiaa  Everything at Slaughter Prices  The Biggest Reductions ever known in  this valley will be made  as we do not wish to  move any of the goods  to Vancouver.  the  m KELOWNA  Come & Get Your Share while Opportunity Lasts  WE want every man, woman and chikLto profit by Jthe Wholesale Slaughter of Merchandise that will take place until this  Stock is cleared out, as RAElras decided-to-DISCONTINUE THE STORE IN KELOWNA.    Hence a  Sale Started Ties, Feb  That .will be of the greatest importance to every man, woman and child in the valley  The Cut Prices will be con^bciog proof of our determination to  close out die stock at once.   E^ery article will be priced so low  that it will ska^ply walk out of the store  We feel sure that you will take eot^jm^ritageiofthsopporh We prefer to sell the stock here rather  than move it out of Kelowna.   We Mn-safely say that you will never be able to purchase  ts & Shoes  at such prioes again.    If it was mi fmthe fact that We bought the big part of this stock  from ihe assignee at a low rate on fedySw; we amid not slaughter it after this fashion  rjTaTaTMBMeTaWeTe^BeVBaMMeaMeaaBTaeaMeT^^  All new Spring Goods in transit and in stock will go for  JUST WHAT THEY WILL BRING  REMEMBER, EVERYTHING GOES!   There's No Reserve.   The Sale will continue daily with everything marked  down in plak Aide .price figures.   Wemay not 'have everything you< need, bot visit the sale of ten as the stock is large  SELLING OUT  At RICHMOND'S Old Stand PAGE FQUB  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thnrsdav. February, n, iot.s  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Piiests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking order" for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackemithing done.      Weighbridge.     Oats craiahed.     Fence poets, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, occ, tor Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.        Phone 5 !   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office :   9 to 12 ;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office:  9 to 12;   I tu 5.30, exceptiaig Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  A complete line of  DOORS  AND' WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including  Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnes.maker  WSwNAET Next door to 25c Store Phone   -   347  Sale Prices Will Be  Continued Through  FEBRUARY ::     ::  This is thc time to select your  m  IVall Paper  20 per cent. Discount  will be given on all orders placed  this month  Kelowna Furniture Co.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely  equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We' have  a   large  stock  of  local  and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. Frank Fraser was a passenger on yesterday's boat o*j a  visit to Winnipeg-,  Mr. Thos. I,awson was ir, the  city this week, visiting penticton Tuesday.  ��    a   .  The Rev. .1. A. Dow, of En-  tlerbv will conduct the service:;  iu the Presbyterian church next  Sunday, Feb. 15th.  ...  J, F. Bawtinheimer ami fnin-  ilv went up Tuesday morning to  their ranch at Snnnvwold, near  Okanagan Centre, where     they  will reside for. the present.  . .. .  The Kelowna Benevolent Society will meet on Monday nest  at 3 o'clock in the St. Michael's  Mission Hall.  Mrs. 1'. Brooke left Tuesday  morning for Victoria I.o join  her husband, Lieut. Quartermaster Brooke, and will accompany  thc contingent on their departure for England which is expected very shortly.  An "At Home" under the auspices of Orchard City Lodge No.  -.���1 I.O.O.F., will be held in  Raymer's small hall on Tues  dav, Feb. 16 at 8.1,0 p.m. Al  Oddfellows, their wives and all  members of the Rcbekali Lodg  are cordially invited.  ...  On Sunday next there will be  an early morning service, at 8  o'clock, at St. Andrews' Okanagan Mission, also a service at  1, o'clock in the afternoon of  thc same day at the school  house, Kast Kclowna.  at.  Several "Babcock" milk testers have been procured <his week  bv the government lecturer*" ii.  charge of the short courses in  agriculture being .onduelel in  Kelowna just now and anv farmer who wishes to ascertain the  exact cream value of Lhe output  of his cows can do so without  any charge by bringing in a  sample of the milk to 'the board  of trade rooms.  * . .  .  The Moderator of the Genera!  Assembly of the Presbyterian  Church in Canada, the Rev. Br.  Herridge, of Ottawa, is visiting  congregations in the west iu his  official capacity and will preach  in Knox Church, Kclowna at  both services on Sunday, Feb.  21st. It is said that his addresses and sermons have made  a deep impression throughout  the whole church.  . . .  The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet in the  Methodist church on Wednesday  Feb. 17th, "Frances Willard  Dav" at 1 D.m. Papers ain the  lives of Frances Willard *nd her  mother will be read by Mrs.  Millie and Mrs. Fuller. It is  hoped there will be a large attendance of members and friends  The annual missionary collection will be taken up.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  Thc Kelowna Hospital Society acknowledges with thanks  the following donations during  the month of January:  .1. li. Fisher,>. 1 quart cream,  II. B. Burtch, 2 boxes apples, 2  chickens; Watson Bros. 1 sack  potatoes, 3 chickens: Mr3. W. S.  Fuller, 1 dozen eggs; 0. C.  Prowse, 2 sacks potatoes, suck  beets; John Conroy 2/j ricks of  firewood; Mrs. M. E. Camelon,  5 ricks of wood.  Cash donations:���W. B. Pease  f35; R. Stubbs, S.W, H. B. Kcn-  nard, Sio; Canadian Bank, of  Commerce, $15; H. G. Pangman  S5; Mrs. M. E. Cameron $y, H.  B. Burtch, ?io.  Below is a list of donations  for December, inadvertently laid  aside and just recovered:  Mrs. Peabodv, 11 quart3 fruit,  jellies, 2 bottles essence lemon;  Mrs. Willits, 5 pounds of pork;  K. F. Oxiey, groceries fa; W. D.  Walker, box plants; Stirling &  Pitcairn, box pears; Axel Rutin  4 sacks vegetables; H. K. Todd,  5 sacks potatoes; Duncan Moni-  son, books; A. Patterson, magazines; C. C. Johnson, sack of  turnips, and sack onions; Mr.  Mavhew, 2 sacks cabbage, and  7 sacks parsnips.  Mr. Jas Manson, of C-.rjru.ry  is visiting for a short time With  Mr. Klmer Bigger.  ...  J. M. McKay, division superintendent of the C.P.R. wis in  Kelowna for a short time Tuesday, t t t  Rev. J. C. Switzer, pastor of  the Methodist church will occupy the pulpit on Sundav, preach  ing in the morning ou "The  failure of the near cut" and in'  the evening on "Signs of the.  times."  a    .    .  The Country Girl's Hospital  Aid will meet at the home of  Mrs. Cather, Glenwood avenue  on Saturday, Feb. 131k at -\  p.m. All members are requested to attend, also all young-  ladies who would be willing to  work for the hospital. The annual subscription is 25 cents,  ...  Mr. T. Dujrgan brought in last  week from Alberta two carloads  of dairy cattle, Ayrshire, Shorthorns, Holsteins and Jerseys,  which he is offering for sale, at  thc old Lakeview livery barn  There were 44 head in all but  some have now been disposed of  The prospects of a creamery  ooening and there seems every  likelihood that such will be the  case, is turning the attention of  many farmers to cows, and the  bunch should sell quickly.  ...  Arthur Lemon had the misfortune to fracture a rib or two  last week while delivering some  flour on the K.L.O. bench for  D. D. Campbell. He slipped on  some ice and fell with the bag  over his shoulder across the  edge of a barrel. He drove thc  car back down town and in fact  did not find out the extent of  the damage until the followin,  day. Consequently he is oft  dutv for a while.  tt    a    .  The Equal Franchise League,  which now meets on THIRD  Thursdays, will discuss "Liber  ty" on Thursday evening, Feb.  18th, at the house of Mr. and  Mrs. J. L. Macready, Wilson  avenue, (the fourth avenue out  of Richter St. north), 8 o'clock.  Subject opened by Mr. C H.  Grove. All who are interested  are welcome.  SUDDEN DEATH OF  MRS. THOS. SWORDY  A most unfortunate and unexpected thing happened this  week in the death, while under  chloroform of Mrs. Thos. Swordy, wife of a well known ranch  er of the district. The' anaesthetic had been administered by  Dr. Knox for the purpose oi extracting some teeth, and this  simple operation had been performed and the unfortunate lady  was recovering from the effects  when she had a sudden collapse  apparently without cause and  expired in Spite of the combined  efforts of Dr. Knox, Dr. Boyce  and Dr. Campbell to revive her.  Mrs. Swordy's daughter was  present at the time. An inquest  was held Tuesday morning, the  jury finding that death was due  to cardiac paralysis due to the  clfect of chloroform, and exonerating tne .doctor from all  blame. It was one of those  occurrences which will happen  on rare occasions in spite of the  utmost care. Deceased had taken chloroform on several occasions previously without ill effect.  Thc funeral took place yesterday, service being held at thc  Catholic church, and interment  at the Catholic cemetery at  Okanatran Mission.  Mr. and Mrs. Swordv arc old,  timers of the district, having  been resident here for over 1-  years.  J. H. CROFT  Bootmaker;  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  OUR FEED  DEPARTMENT  Oats  Crush Bone  Crush Barley   Bran  Wheat  1  Beef Scrap  Oyster Shell    Shorts  IMPLEMENT &  HARNESS DEPT.  Sleighs  Cutters  Robes  Harness  Blankets  Bells  Gloves  Mm  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealere in  Farm and Orchard Implement*  Pendozi street 6c Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Situated within one half mile of town, and bainf  about loo feat above tha lake, it command, a beautiful view of the town, lake and aurroundini country.  Ideal Fruit Soil Abundance of Watar.  Close to Town and Market  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miee the opportunity of .electing a few acre, ol thia deairabla  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, i.C  High Quality Foodstuffs  MADE IN CANADA  Use them on your table.   Feed them to the  kiddies, ���nd thereby encourage home industries  Pride of Canada Maple Syrup, qt.  bottle. 60c  Home made Maple Syrup, gallon  tina  y ��!.��  Sugar Dripa, made from aaigar cane  5-lb. tina 50c  Cooking   Molaaaea   (black   .trap)  2-ib.dn..: ,.;..��������  Okanagan Comb Honey extracted  l-lb. glaee 25c  Okanagan comb Honey, par aq. ,.25c  Okanagan comb Honey.pint 45c        quart.,.. 90s  Red Ribbon self-raising buckwheat  flour, nouriehing ana easily prepared, per pkf. 20c  Potatoe Flour' unexcelled for puddings snd cakes, snd unequalled  for purity and teats, I -lb. pkf,.. 15c  FREE with 10 pounds Coffee-  One Handy Kitchen Coffee Mill  Finest Java and Mocha blend, whole roast beans.....50c lb  Coffee and Mill   .-,,...'. ,v $5  Only ais mills to give away.   Send your erdere early  Seville Oranges for Marmalade.; Packed in Jap orange  boies, two dozen to box.   Per doz 50c; per box 95c  D. D. CAMPBELL  Phone Three Oh I Phone Three Oh I  HAVE YOU TRIED SUNBEAM TEA'-IT'S GOOD Thursday, February ii, 1015  KELOWNA   RECOB.D  Made in the  [British Empire  ��� You will notice we  are featuring goods  of Canadian manufacture first, and  then those of other  parts.of the British  Empire  You can do your  share towards helping to bring the. war.  to a satisfactory  termination by insisting on getting  these goods  |P. B, Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  fPhone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studioa in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  } General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opposite the Burbink Motor Carafe  High-Glass Tailoring  Now  it  the   time  to   think  ���    about your Fall end Winter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with high-data old country  Bond Street experience, and  can satisfy the mott fastidious.  Suits to your own measure  at little more than "ready,  made" cost. NEW PAT-  TERNS JUST IN.  DYEING, CLEANING, PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  ~MY VALET"  J. E. THRUSSELL, Prop.  Opposite Board of Trade Office, Kelowna  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatiraataa Furniehfi! for all claasea  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lsstsi Kelowns 9 s.m., 3.30 p.m  LeiTsi Wettbaak 9.30 s.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowaa 11a.m.  Lsstsi Wettbaak 11.30 a.m.  ITHEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meeting, every Tuesdey evening, at 8 p.m.  It the reaidence of S. M. Go e.P.ll.aaon Av  Public invited.    Lending library.  . B. PEASE.  iPrsaidenl  S.M. GORE. Sec.  P.O. Bos 382  *���    PROFESSIONAL AND    ����  ������       BUSINESS, CARDS     *'  BURNE & TEMPLE  " -     Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Honveyencerg, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  ��� Barrister     ��  t   and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE .  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   -   Kelotcna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member of the B.C. Society of Arehateata  Architect  Kelo  , B.C.  P.O. Box, 509  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. box 531 Phone 4602  Kelowna, B.C.  mob nn  Bowling  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLB  TOD  BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  teceive  pupile  aa  before in his studio--  Trench Block, Kelowna,  P.O. box, 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  '    ' 3URVEYOP.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Cn, Soc. C. E.  Consulting Clell and .Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Saiieeya and Reporta on Irrisataon Worka  Applications for Water Licenaea  KELOWNA. B.C.  H. C. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  A.M. Inat. C.E., A.M. Cn. Soc. CE.        B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Surcetfors  Water Supply, Irrigation. Saabdiviaiona, cac.  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  3, Crowley Block  The .first half of the Dreamland bowling league schedule  was completed last night' and  shows the Pastimes in ' the  lead with ^only a small margin  over the Beavers who are coming along strong. The Pastimes  however are rolling pretty itood  games and will no doubt, give  their pursuers a hot chase for  the honors. The Beavers will  be their opponents next ww��  and the games will no doubt  furnish great excitement for the  fitns. The Beavers are working  liar'l and arc determined to Lake  the measure of the league leaders and force their way to the  top of the standing. The Shin  crs and Dreamlands are tied for  lhe third position with thc  Shamrocks one game behind.  The Bears, who are still pursued  bv a "jinx" are bringing up the  rear and appear unable to hit  their stride.  Following are the scores of  this week's fames:  The Bears' hoodoo still sticks  to them and they dropped two  more games to the Shiners on  Monday night, as follows:  SHINERS  Marquett . .. 125  Trench , . .. 106  B, Treadgold 116  Panton ... 160  Rossi .... i.-'s  <..������  148  171  174-W  I46-*U)7  1I"7���1,77  ,li7-47T  "*v---j/t  Totals .... 642   787   7.S9V-08  BEARS  Dowsley .  Ivoney . .  Healey .  Willits . .  Hallauer  12.-*  107  IS7  i.V*  13a  no  166  in  136  14-���.VjS  126���38,^  i:.*6���409  i.sr- 425  *72-v*8  Totals .... 67s 664 y'4-20.=;i  ...  The Shamrocks dropped three  games to the Beavers Tuesday  night, the final contest being a  tie game, the Beavers won in  the roll off:  Hedges  McLennan  Kennedy .  Coates . .  rcttiprew .  SHAMROCKS  165  114  96  150  111,  idi  189  I2S  117  I2q  Ifil���,1s*  166��� .|fa  120���341  120���387  148 -410  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Boa IU 'Phon. ae  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for public Build-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  JPHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cr.du.te McCill Unavaraity)  Residence 1 GLENN AVENUE  Menage*   ni%0 ba   left  at   the   office   of  Messrs. Rattenbury tt Williams  Totals .  .. 658   701  BEAVERS  705-2064  Shiedel .  .. .168   IS4  I74-49f*  Watt . .  a.    I2S       172  I *?>.-'  McKay .  ..   122    I4I  rof>���3f"q  McMillan  .   .   IT4    l.V*  (37���386  O'Neil . .  ..   I76    180  138-401,!  Totals  705   782   705-itQj  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER * CONTRACTOR  Plant,  Specifications   and   Eitimata'  Furnished  OiKftt-  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to THIWORLD  ���?''*C,D BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS  ���- LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURE IN wcircRI, CANADA  BvTH'CLElAND-DlBBaftKcC-'l'.'  l"�� FLOOD   WORLD  HLDC.  ���OENTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  The Pastimes took tiie odd  game last night from thc Alley  team, as follows:  PASTIMES  Soresbv . . . 151   124 is 1 -426  Gibl) 159   158 167--4S4  Mills 147   161 133���461  McCubbin . . 130   130 130���390  Purdy .... 214   209 219-64:"  Totals .... 801   782   8J'1-2403  DREAMLANDS  Davenport . . 128 173 127���430  Johnson, . . 206 178 195���579  McMillan . . i,|o 151 oof-joo  Parker .... 14s isi I"}*���383  Treadgold , . 140   238   163���543  Totals ,    . . 739   848   718' 1335  ...  LEAGUE STANDING  3���.Sot)  S-.666  S-.465  8-.465  4���.40a  12���.200  Pastimes .  12  Beavers . .  10  Dreamlands  7  Shiners . .  7  Shamrocks  6  . ,(-  3  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Feb. 15 Pears vs. Shamrocks.  Feb. 16 Pastimes vs. Beavers.  Feb. 17 Dreamlands vs Shiners.  A famine of corn is imminent  in thc Turkish empire,' aud furthermore, the government is ui-  gently in need of funds. The  military authorities are exempting able bodied men from serving in the army for J200. Of  this amount J160 goes to ' thc  ministry of war and the remainder is divided between thc naw  and the Red Cross. Reserves arc  exempted for the sum of   J 140.  The German patent ofticc refects about two thirds oi the  45,000 applications it receives  annually.  . .p.  Two German wireless experts  have succeeded in sending messages through thc earth from  mines 1600 feet deep and n mile  and a half apart.  ...  Lord Kitchener, it is imported  will go to the front to tukc  charge ol the infantry and Gen  French will retain charge of the  cavalry.  ...  A further expeditionary force  of 10,000 men has been offered  by ' Australia and accepted by  the" British government. This is  in addition to reinforcements of  four thousand men monthly.  ...  The German Admiral Souchon  has been relieved of his     command of  the  Turkish ffoat   on"  account   of his failures in   the  Black Sea.  ... .  The naval and military record  publishes a revised estimate of  naval losses Britain and her allies have lost 24 ships of about  150,300 tons. Germany and her  allies have lost 60 units of over  170,000 tons.  . ...  A hundred and thirty German,  soldiers, who were made piisott-  ers in the north, have arrived in  St. Omer, France, They aleclare  they killed their officers who  attempted to prevent iheir surrendering.  ...  Despatches from Cairo indicate that thc Turks who attacked the Suez Canal were merely  ly the advance contingent of the  three columns which arc struggling across the desert. The  main bodies of the invading army soon should be heard it 0111.  ...  The Paris   Temps' says there  is a reign of terror in Alsace on  account   of the French advance  in   the Vosires. All oro-French  families are so persecuted   that  they do not dare to go out into  the streets.  ...  The Japanese Cruiser Asama  struck an uncharted rock off the  western coast of Lower California, and is a complete wreck.  An international fleet ol four  warships stood bv the vessel lo  assist the crew.  ...  Swiss banks are receivine vast  sums of money and scrip from  members of the Austrian aristocracy and Vienna financiers as  deposits, and also large otders  to buv American securities. Recently one Austrian archduke  sold a large estate in thc Tyrol  at virtually half its value for  cash,  ...  Japanese warshins have seized  the Norwegian steamer Christian' Bors,. on the allegation  they found some irregularity in  her papers. She has been turned over to the prize court al  Sansebe. The Christian Bors  sailed from Shanghai ou January 27 for San Francisco 1>>  wa** of Japanese ports.  .   .  a   '  Thousands of women, children  and aged men in those portions  of northern Frence lyiug alon���*  the Meusc river, which are occupied bv the Germans arc facing  starvation, with no hope ol relief except the food that the  American commission lor relief  in Belgium is sending soutli  from Namur. Sedan, Month-  erme, Nouson, Charleville, Mo-  hom, Meziercs, and scores 1 f  other villages art absolutely  without food excepting ihe rations that the German soldiers  share with the civilians. ���  A plot to blow up-the French  line steamer La Champaign,  which arrived at Corruna, in  Spain, from Mexico, was frustrated by a wireless mess Age received aboard the ship .Ian. 19.  according to the Journal's Madrid correspondent. Officers of  the vessel are said lo have stated that the information given in  the wireless message was that a  man aboard, believed to be a  German, intended to destroy  the ship. Prompt measures  were taken by the captain and  thc man was arrested.   Five dv-  Well-to-do   Turks   are   making namite bombs thc correspondent  use of the exemption clauses.     says, were found in his trunk,  ONLY  we shalf make our Last  Clearance of Winter Millinery  Hats up to $6.75 for - 75c  fl Don't forget���This will only be for One  Day, and at this price the best assortment will  probably be sold in a few hours. None sold  before Saturday morning.  JERMAN HUNT  Dry Goods Store  mTord  Lower Prices on Ford Carfc  Effective August lit, 1914, to August lit. 1915, and  guaranteed  against any  reduction during that time.  All can fully equipped f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  Runabout - ��� - $540  Touring Car - - $590  Town Car -      -      -   $840  (In tha Dominion of Canada only)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyers of new Ford care from August let,  1914, to August Ist, 1915, will ahare in the profits of  the csmpany to the extent of $40 to $60 per ear, on  etch car thty buy, PROVIDED: we tell and deliver  30,000 new Ford cars during that period. -_-lm\ .iVmv\  Ask for particulars      ��J  ��fli   ''J  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA, LIMITED..  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   -   .   KELOWNA. B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Phone  66  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 17.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W.HAUG  I  P.O. Box  166  Every step counts these Hard Times  it will pay you to take a few steps on Water Street to  get a Bargain at the  Second-Hand Store  I'll Guarantee   You From 10 to 50 per  cent, on every purchase you make  I have the moat varied assortment of Household Goods in  Kelowna. Come in and inspect the goods, it will pay you for  your trouble.   A line of China and Crockery always in stock  A. E. COX SECOND-HAND STORE  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Herneismaker  Phone - 347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Neat door to 25c Stora PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, February li, tQif,  r  WANTED!  J  FOK  SALE  FOB SALE. Lefevre estate. Now ia  vour chance for a uood improved  ranch, the beat .buy in tho Okunauan  Wne hundred and forty-three acres,  all fenced, a fine creek runs through  the property, best of land, with its  own irrigation system, in tho heart  of tlio Orchard district, on the main  road, onlv three miles from Kolownn  mail delivered at door every dav  Must be weld (o wind up estate. Address P.O.  Box 157,  Kelowna, B.C.  MAY FOR SALE.-Clovej; anl ulfolfi  delivered.    Price on nPolio/itlon     1(  Box  l!).r>, Kelowna. 9tf,  FOB SALI'1.���Pony brokon vo rid' ot  drive, cheap. Apply !'���>*. ftox,458  Kelowna. 1 Hf.  FOK SALE  One   pair   of   brown' G I ling*. Clyde  aliaaha. 5 aaid 6 yraaa old, kind anal getttl I  and g a.ail to work, Ua'ad to logi^iaag aaid a 1  kind, of tiara! work. I lava: be aaa aa-aeal aa'  mine for 12 months on ,.,.,.I woak anil  have no further ai.e for ti em. Can be  .ten at Mr. Rembler Paul's, Bernard Ave.  Will be sold at renaonnlde figure,        12  20 MII.K COWS I'OU S.U.H.-Onc  fresh calved, nnd throa> tn enlvo very  shortly. Applv 11. B. Burtoh, n 4ns.  Bowes, Sunset Ranoh. 111f.  FOR SAI,K.��� Brood Sows. For  prices and particulars address  Coldstream Estate Co. I,id  Vernon, IV C, 12  FOR SALE. ��� Orolttfrtons, Wy  andoUes and Reds, cheap. \V  G. Morrison, Lawson ave  nue. ii- M  FOR SALE.���Italian au-l Car-  niolan bees. 1'riees acciardlnj;  to strength of colony and th.-  number taken. Also supplies  and equipment. Applv H. Iv  McDonald, Rutland. n-i*  SITUATIONS WANTKD  YOUNd LADY SEEKS POSITION ni  lndv'fa holp. Phono 3101, an* writ.  Dox "II" Record. 10-12  TO RENT  FOR RENT.���Urn of the beat tonav'.m  houseB on Bernard avenue, ftirnlshed  for 825 per-month. A-"tv, W. H.  Flomintr. 10-19��  FOR EXCHANGE  HONEST JOHN OLIVER  ADDRESSES LOCAL  LIBERAL MEETING  (CohtiQUod from Puna 1.)  the present provincial govern-  meot who had the business a'oil-  ity to carry out such a scheme  as Mr. Seddon's and the premier himself admitted he had  not.  Mr. Oliver spoke lor well ovci  an hour and during that time  kept the attention of his audience as he spoke of Industrial  insurance-, the wild lands exploitation bv speculators, the  C. N. R. deal, Dominion Trusl  fiasco and civil service. In reference to thc first he spoke ol  whit I had been done in the slate  of Washington in the wav of industrial insurance.  Mr. Oliver referred to the  plank in the Liberal plalioti.i ol  free land for the actual settlei  anil the man who would work  il. Thev denied the right ���>[ anv.  man to step in and put an ini  penetrable barrier before those  who wanted to till the land.  When the present government  came into office in 1903 th.-v h,.d  almost virgin land to work up  on. Less than half a million1  acres were under cultivation,  Todav there were five an.l .1 halt  million acres held bv specula  tors that were absolutelv wild  and unprofitable. Thc present  government had every opportun-  itv to develop not onlv tin ay?  ricultural but other resources of  ill.' province, There were no  leases nor vested ri"hls in th)  wav. But what had it done'  It had bargained awav ail then  choicest lands to thc extent of  millions of acres.  Mr. Oliver however had one  good thing to sav about the  government and that wat tho  splendid school buildings the  had erected throughout the province.   Thc   importance of such  buildings as they were in that  night could not be over estimated' and he was onlv too glad  to sav that there was one iter.  at least of the government with  which he was thoroughls* in accord.  In conclusion he pointed out  that they could not build up a  good communiatv unless their  business was straightfovwardlv  and honestlv conducted. Politics was not a partv question,  It was a business and as such  sin add be conducted in a business wav. The men in powei  al Victoria were not conservatives, for thev had not in tine  way carried atit the policy given them in iqoq bv the Conservative partv, a policy which if  thev had honestlv carried out  would have been good for the  province. There was noi a single line of policy in that platform which he, as a Liberal  could not have endorsed; that  program had not been tarried  out. Those mm had not been  faithful to the people and he  wanted to sav to the Conservatives present that nitrht that  thev had a dutv to perform and  that duty was either to support  thc Liberal partv at the coming  election   or   if   thev   could not  MISCKI.LAJs'EOUS  flood movinir picture theatre, Finser  Btreet. South Vancouver, for improved  fruit farm in  Kelowna distriot.  A"  H. fl. Martin, 6318 Fraser s'rect, Vnn-  couver, H. C.   i1-18  "rpiret.i.a CORSETS  WANTKD. ��� Good second hand  sacks in lots of 20 or more  Must be clean and free from  holes. 4", cents case, each. Kelowna Growers Exchang;.   12  Mrs. J, IT. Davia'8 will be nt Mr.  afathfe'B (over taila>r shop. PendoS  street between tho ha,urs of 1.80 and  6 n.tn.a Snlurdav 6!eaoh wrok to meet  Indies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Rov 02fi, Kolownn. 20lf.  IHE CORPORATION OF THE CITY  OF KELOWNA  Annliaatlons for the position of city  SOavenr/er will be received bv tho un-  dorsUjnod up to five o'clock in the nf-  Lernoon on Tuesday, 10th February.  For fiirtha'r particulars applv to tba'  citv clerk.  fl. II. DUNN,  Kolownn, It. 0, OllyChtk  February 1, 1918, 11-12  It's EGGS that   Pay  And the " Barron " Strain Produces 'em  White Wyandottes & Buff Orpingtons  I have a few Cockerels of the above breeds  for slock birds. They are direct from the  celebrated Barron strain, of Lancashire,  England, and nre of good egg-laying type  I will take a reasonable  juice for CASH  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  Edward's Cash Grocery  Bernard Avenue  Opposite Post Office  "SEEING IS BELIEVING"  All the talking wc could do would not convince you  of the wonderful money-saving bargains we are now  offering for CASH.  We invite your most careful inspection of our GOODS  and PRICES.  Our Motto : " Small Profits and Quick Returns."   .  Specials for Friday and Saturday  New Zealand Butter, Defiance brand  per Ib 40c  Fresh Ginger Snapi, per lb 10c  Eggo Baiting Powder, 16-oz. tin*.. 15c  Blue Label Catnip, per bot 20c  Lowney'i Cocoa (a few left)  J-ll>.  tin* 25c  Laundry Starch 10c  Liquid   Veneer  (dollar bottle  and  floor poliihei) ...75c  Glycerine Tar Soap, 4 ban  25c  Oatmeal Soap, 6 ban 25c  Salt, 5-lb. bag  10c  Choice Oranget, per doz 20c  Spudi, per tacit $1.25  We guarantee attention and aatitfaction to all customers.   Phone your  tVdert, to 39 and they will receive our prompt attention  W. M. EDWARDS  conscientiously do that to put  before the electors men oi honesty, who would see that thev  carried out the true Conservative policy. They must either  do this or accept the.odium  which would be thrust upon  them.  Mr. It. V. Rogers followed  with a few words in which he  criticised the nresent school curriculum which he said was absolutelv useless irom a yracti'-al  point of view as it did not prepare thc children to take '.heir  place in the life of the Dominion. The object of the present curriculum was to prepare  boys and girls for thc university, but manv of them did not  want to go there at all. He advocated the policy of thc liberals for an advisory council t,n  education, to revise the .Miriicu-  lum in which such subjects as  agriculture! horticulture and  other useful studies should have  a place.  Refreshments were then handed round and the rest of iho evening was spent in social intercourse.  Mr. Oliver left Wednesday  morning for Summerland anrl  Penticton accompanied by Mi'  F. R. R. DeHart.  Marmalade  Episode Number 1 of  Thanhouser's Greatest Serial  At the Opera House  Saturday, Feb. 13th  The most fascinating series-serial photo-play ever  produced  WE have various kinds of Marmalade to offer you in pails, tins,  ___ bottles and jars, at any price from  $1.00 per tin to 10c per jar. But a  great many people like to make their  own Marmalade, and we have the wherewithal to manufacture.-  Oranges, Bitter and Sweet  California Bitter Oranges at, per doz. ���������40c& 35c  t Japanese Bitter Oranges in Jap orange q^.    07c  boxes, per doz  OUC OC / JC  California Navel Oranges at 50c 40c & 25c  Cath Prices being 45c, 35c and 20c  Lemons, large, nrm.and juicy, per doz. 35c & 30c  Florida Grape Fruit, each | Qq  These, with good cane sugar, Okanagan  lake water, a good fire, the necessary  pot, pan or kettle, in charge of a handy  housewife, and you have as a result  Rich, Golden, Jellied, Luscious Marmalade  ��� THE ���  McKENZIE CO., Ltd.  Our tTsXbtlo: "Quality and Service "  Every Housewife  Should Know  that Linen scut io  The PENTICTON  STEAM LAUNDRY  receives the superior Finish  which Lasts and doubles thc  life of Iter linen  Ageiat���  The Smokers' Store  J. B. WH1 rEHEAD   -  Prop.  Ne.t to tlae Poat-OlTtce  Good Dry Wood  Pine, in stove length  $1.75  PER RICK"  Orders may be left at  RECORD OFFICE  Phone 94  The' Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorles8  when in  use  Sanitary at  all times  . Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  New Spring Arrivals  New Cotton Goods, Cambrics, Lawns  Madapolans, Nainsooks, Drills' and  Ducks, Organdies, Persian Lawns  To arrive very shortly���Ginghams,  Prints, Crepes, Voiles, Dress Goods,  Sheetings, Nurses' C! *ths, Cretonnes  curtain Muslins, Scrims, Raw Silks,  colored Pongee, Linings and everything staple  Rice Cloth, Stripe Voiles, Marquisettes, Stripe   and   Dotted Crepes.  DON'T FAIL Te*SEE THESE  Ready-to-Wear  New Sport Coats,  New Suits, Skirts  the latest, New Muslin Blouses, Corset  Covers, Drawers,  Gowns, Hosiery &  Summer Knit Wear  Special  Importation  A very special line  of White Flimsy Materials for Dresses  and Blouses.  These are an import French  line and difficult to procure  just now.  Thomas Lawson, Limited

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