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Array fto  /^��* *���*'�����  *���&*  Wislatrin Assembly library   s  Vioton'a, B.C.  VOL. XII.   NO. IO  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1920.-6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Its Work For Year  |.ld. Meikle will Take Control  of Board of Works  > The first meeting of  the new  ouncil was held Monday evening  king adjourned from the morning  I��the time fixed by statute for the  Jiitial meeting.   After  the usual  tking of the oath of office, Mayor  utherland   welcomed Dr. Shep-  erd, the only new member.  .The low of Aid. Mantle, who  ad been chairman of the Board  F Work*.* had necessitated a slight  arrangement  oi  the standing  ammittees.     Aid. Meikle was as-  gned to the Board of Works aad  .Id. Shepherd to try his prentice  land at the head of the Fire Pro-  ction committee. A special build-  liat committee to have charge of  Jie Housing Scheme was appoint-  Id consisting of Aid. Lloyd-Jones,  ���(.airman.   Aid. Rattenbury  and  ).ld. Shepherd, the war- veterans  ving been asked to appoint two  tembers to work in conjunction  ith them, and had selected Mes-  s. Martin and Neill.   The whole  Iuestion of the Housing Scheme  tits discussed at .considerable  mgth and it was decided to create a form of questions to be  lied in by all applicants. It seem-  d likely that there would be many  norefapplications than could be  Entertained.  The council also discussed the  lifter of the owner; to sell the present police offices to the city, but  : was felt that this was not a very  uitable building for city purposes  and that it would be better to wait  [wo or three years until  a  proper  nunicipal building could be erect-  d.  It was decided to call for new  nders for scavenging service.  A letter front the city solicitors  _. ..j the claim .of A. B.Knox  or damages for broken windows  an empty house, stated that  ilthough the owner |wsi entitled  i reasonable protection, there had  sen no negligence alleged, and  herefore there was no liability on  he part of the city.  lt was decided that owing to the  {post it would be impossible tu  omply with a request of the  i.W.y.A. to connect their club  vith the sewer. Permission was  given, however, to extend the drain  lies from the septic tank along the  ine-at the rear,  A letter was read containing the  agnation of H. W. Arbuckle  rom the city ttaff, and waa accepted regretfully, the Mayor re-  narking that they were sorry to  nee one who had been a true and  aithful servant of the city, and  }vhose work _ had always given  great satisfaction.  snai Meeting of  Rutland Presbyterians  A meeting of-the St. Andrew's  Presbyterian church was held on  Monday, January Uth, in the  lihorch at Rutland, the Rev. Mr.  ornell presiding. A report from  he management board showed  hat after all obligations had been  net there was  a  balance in hand  iof oyer $40. 'Mrs. C. A. Campbell  reported for the Missionary Society, mentioning that' since the  formation of the organization successful meetings had been held  jionth by month, and that the Society had been able to contribute  $25 for missionary purposes. Miss  eth Dalgleish, secretary of St.  Andrew's Ladies' Guild, in her  financial statement showed1 that  .the Guild had been able to reduce  the church debt by $100 and still  Jiad a balance in hand of over $50.  Miss Olive White, the Sunday-  school secretary, gave an account  of the work of the school. All  supplies for the year had been  paid for, $8 had been contributed  towards the budget of the church,  and there was still a good balance  f on hand for the present year.  Misa Fitzpatrick, Miss Rae, and  ' Messrs. Marr, Rae, Logan and G.  White, were elected  to the board  of management in addition to the  , Rev. G A. Campbell, A. W. Dal-  [ gleish and L. Fitzpatrick.  At the close of the business meet-  Rogers Now  Board of Trade  Special Committee Will  Take  Up Matter of Proposed  Tourist Hotel  The annual meeting of the Board  of Trade was held Tuesday, when  L. V. Rogers waa elected president  in succession to W. A. Pitcairn.  Mr. Rogers has been a very active  member of the Board for some  time past and will no doubt give a  good account of himself in his  present position. He believed that  the Board (meetings should be a  sort of people's forum where all  could gather for the discussion of  public questions, and a medium  for public expression. In these  days of unrest and radical sentiment it should act asja steadying  influence. He hoped that with the  aid of the -executive much good  would be accomplished during the  year.  Grote Stirling was elected vice-  president and N, D. McTavish enthusiastically re-elected sec.-treas.  The executive elected were Messrs. Krowles, Buckland, McDonald, DuMoulin, Rees, Rattenbury,  Elliott and Hunt. Mr. Denison  was elected auditor.  Prior to the election of officers  several items of correspondence  were read, and arrangements made  for the delegation to Vancouver to  attend the coming convention.  Several members were nominated  and it was decided io get as many  other members to go as could possibly do so, names to be given in  to the secretary as early as possible.  Mr. J. W. Jones had drawn attention to the fact that although  the financial year was nearly ended  there* was still a balance of the  government's road appropriation  for the district unexpended. A  resolution was accordingly passed']  that the remaining sum of sev jn  or eight thousand dollars be spent  at once in the Kelowna district.  Mr. B, McDonald submitted three  resolutions dealing with the fruit  industry, the first protesting against  the C.P.R. regulation requiring  prepayment of freight charges, the  second asking for the provision of  a better supply of refrigerator cars,  and the third for a "carriers' protective service," whereby the railway company would assume some  of the responsibility for loss by  delay and freezing. These were  endorsed.  The financial statement showed  a small balance on hand after paving all expenses a small balance  remained on hand.  The retiring president, Mr. Pitcairn, gave an interesting resume  of the work of the past year,- and  complimented the secretary for  the very conscientious way in  ���vhichhe had discharged hia duties.  Mayor Sutherland reported con  cerning the steps being taken by  the War Veterans to establish  small holdings, and to start new  industries.  Aid. Rattenbury drew attention  to the fact that the annual tenders  were being called for the ferry contract, and suggested that an endeavor be made to secure additional service. After some discussion  it was decided to ask for six trips  a day, and the placing of the ferry  on the same basts aa the majority  of ferries in the province.  Mr.. DuMoulin said he had been  informed that the electric wiring in  the city wss not according to insurance regulations, and caused  the rates to be 5 to 15 percent,  higher than they should be, to  which Mayor Sutherland replied  that he had heard nothing of the  matter, and that for years all wiring  had been carefully inspected.  The need of a good tourist hotel  came up again for discussion, and  it was decided to appoint a committee to go into the matter and  if necessary draw up a prospectus  with a view to enlisting local capital.  Merchants Starting  "Made in Canada"  Campaign  Will Boost Home Production  and Help Country to  Pay Debts  The second monthly luncheon  and meeting of the Kelowna Retail Merchants Association took  place at the Palace Hotel on Thursday last. Twenty-four representatives of local retailers were present.  A good social time was enjoyed  by all.  Many important matters were  placed before and discussed by  the meeting, among them being  the present rate of exchange existing between the U.S.A. and Canada. Summed up this really meant  that Uncle Sam required one dollar and ten cents of our perfectly  good Canadian money to purchase  one dollar's worth of his merchandise. Mr. P. B. Willita gave an  interesting talk on this subject and  said that the time was now ripe  for Canadiana to protect their commerce by boosting the "Made in  Canada" article. By so doing we  should not only help ourselves,  our community, valley and Dominion, but help to repay the debt we  owed to our gallant overseas boys  who fought to keep our Canada  tree.  It was unanimously agreed that  a campaign be started locally immediately to buy and sell all auch  Made in Canada" goods as could  be possibly purchased. An advertising scheme would be started at  once and the co-operation of all  waa solicited.  Mr. Shepherd, of Hartney, Man.,  is in town this w-ek visiting Mr.  D. Leckie.  At the conclusion of the Carveth  Wells lecture on Monday evening,  at the United Church, a question  box" will be opened. Members of  the audience, including children,  are invited to bring written questions with them and hand them in  to the ushers. This will be an excellent opportunity to secure firsthand information on the Japaneae  question.  Forming Valley League  for Basket Bail  Ladies' & Gentlemen's Teams  to Have Concurrent  Schedules  A basket-ball league for the  Okanagan, or rather two leagues,  for ladies and gentlemen, with  concurrent schedules, was the out  come of a convention of represent  atives from Kelowna, Summerland  and Penticton at the latter place  on Friday last. The three towns  named will have teams in the  field, the schedule for the various  games being given below. A good  local team has been selected and  frequent practices are to be held to  get into good shape for carrying  oft the aeason's honors. Mondays  and Thursdays will see the men's  team at work in the exhibition  building, while the ladies will train  on Tuesdays and Saturdays.  Dr. Wright of Kelowna has  generously offered a cup for the  winners of the men's league, and  it is hoped that others will follow  the example. The support of the  public will also do much to encourage this new move, which  promises to furnish a lot of healthy  recreation.  The schedule is as follows, both  ladies' and gentlemen's . games  being ananged for each date and  place shown:���  al Kel.   at SumTd    at Pentic.  Kslowna Fab. 12 Mar. II  Sum'Iond...Mnr. 4 Feb. S  Pen'ton Feb. 19 Feb. 26   The War Memorial committee  met yesterday morning to consider  the allocation of the moneys collected. The total amount received  and promised towards the foiid up  to the present time is $8549. Of  this $7390 haa been collected in  cash.  It was decided to set aside  $3500 for a monument th be erected to those who lost their lives in  the war. This includes a sum ol  $897 especially subscribed for that  purpose.  For the memorial hall $774 was  ear-marked in the subscription  list, aod including this $1,000 is to  be placed aside as the nucleus for  some future scheme.  The rest ot ��� the money is to go  to the war veterans towards the  cost of their club house.  Designs are being procured for  the proposed monument.  ing the congregation had a pleasant social hour together. Miss  Bruce contributed an enjoyable  violin solo, and several of the children a programme of recitations.  The meeting closed with the benediction.  E. W. BEATTY, K.C.. President CP.R,  the west  who is at present touring  Would Prohibit Orientals  From Owning or  Leasing Land  Public Meeting Unanimous in  Request to Government  There was a very large attendance Sunday afternoon in the Empress Theatre at the meeting called  by the G.W.V.A. to discuss the  question of Asiatic immigration  and the owning of land by Chinese  and Japaneae.  Col. Moody, who presided, said  he had not been aware until very  recently of the seriousness of the  question. He felt that something  should be done or they �� ould soon  be wondering who owned Canada.  He read resolutions from various  bodies dealing with the subject  and referred to the early termination of the treaty with Japan as  affording an opportunity to take  effective action.  Mr. J. W. Jones, who was the  principal speaker, gave an interesting account of the development of  the alien queation in Canada. The  events Jof the past four or five  years had caused us to look at  matlera from a very different viewpoint and this was one of the great  problems the Anglo-Saxon race  would have to fere. He had no  desire to awaken the antagonism  of the Oriental races, but we had  to face the fact that there was a  large foreign population in Canada  at the present time. There was  likely to be a strong tide of immigration into Canada in the near  future ��j^,-*brj quality of these,  new citizens ' was an important  consideration. Betweeen 1900 and  1916 four million people had entered Canada of whom only one-  third were Britiah born. The problems of assimilation of the varied  nationalities were tremendous. In  one district in Saskatchewan there  were ten public schools and only  sixteen English-speaking children.  In B.C. there were over 40,000  Asiatics, or one in nine of the population. The mining boom had  first brought the Chinese and labor  needs had later attracted Japs and  Hindoos. If this province was to  be a "British" Columbia or something else it was time to take some  steps.  He gave aome startling figures  relating to the holdings of the  Chinese and Japanese, and predicted a still greater movement of  these people to this country in the  hear future. The Japanese were a  wonderful people and seeking further expansion. They were building up a strong navy, planning to  apend 824 million dollars in the  next eight years. They had already secured a strong hold on the  Pacific and strong legislation was  being urged by Oregon and California to limit their inroads.  In the Okanagan the Japs were  steadily increasing their holdings,  and public attention had onlv recently been aroused by a rumour  that they were endeavoring to  secure the Coldstream ranch.  Now waa the time to press the  matter home to the government  and insist that Canada, ahould have  the absolute right to say what class  of immigrants should be allowed  to come in.  Mr. K. Iwashita, a prominent  figure amongst the local Japanese,  was the next speaker and in hia  usual eloquent manner presented  the case for his countrymen. He  characterized the attempt to prevent Japa from owning land as unfair and. iniquitous and a poor  sample of boasted British justice.  His country-men were indue-  triuus and law-abiding and many  of them had helped in the fight  for liberty against the Germans.  He ridiculed the idea that the Japs  would drive out the white people,  only 130 acres being owned by  Japanese in all the Valley. He  appealed to the public's sense of  humanity and justice to protect and  uplift those who were already here  and endeavoring to fit themselves  Strenuous Hockey Game  at Rutland  The Rutland Athletic Club'and  the Shamrocks played a strenuous  game ot hockey last Thursday afternoon at Rutland, The game  ended in a tie I- I being the score.  After fifteen minutes of overtime  had been played without either  side scoring, the game was called  on account of the lateness of the  hour and the exhaustion of the  players. The . ice being very soft,  in parts covered with water, both  teams found the "going" very heavy. Most of the playera were  soaked through by the time the  game was over.  The first period of the game waa  scoreless, but id the second period  Jim Patterson, for the visitors', succeeded in getting the puck through  the Rutland goal during the momentary absence of the goal-keeper. A fraction of a second before  the close of the period "Mac"  Berard slipped a shot past "Muck-  le" and evened up the score. The  third period was similar to the first  and it waa decided to play overtime, the first goal to be scored to  end the ' game. However, after  fifteen minutes of play, - during  which both aides made strenuous  efforts to score, without success,  the game was called for the reason  previously stated.  The Rutland team has been  strengthened by the addition of G.  Heslip on the defence, and Mac  Berard on the forward line. There  were also some changes in the  line-up of the Shamrocks. The  R.A.C. were sporting their new  hockey jerseys aqd toques, Ithe  color being dark green with while  trimmings. The line-up of the two  teams was as follows:���  R. A. C. Shamrocks  Logan Goal        McLennan  Fleming Point       Newby  Heslip C. Point    Fuller, G.  Whany Rover      Musatto, A  Gray R. Wing     Musatto, P  Beraid ' JP"<X "��� J*1"**1  Quigley        tSfftisf^   Patterson  Referee, B. Dalgleish  Rutland News  (From oar own rvirrennondent).  The R.A.C. held a dance in the  schoolhouse on Wednesday, January 14th, that was a success socially but which, financially was  almost a failure, the proceeds being  something less than $60 while the  expenses nearly hit the $50 mark.  The resulting balance is not sufficient to repay the club for their  work and time in organizing the  affair and it will riost likely result  in a raise in the admission price  at the next dance. However,  everyone present had a thoroughly enjoyable time, the dancing  being kept up till 3 a.m.  There will be a meeting of the  R.A.C. on Monday next at 8 p.m.,  at the home of the secretary. As  there are aeveral important matters  to be arranged for, a good attendance is requested.  The Rutland Young People's  Society held a most successful  dance in the schoolhouse on Friday evening last. The young people of the district were there in  full force and everyone apent an  enjoyable evening. The next meeting of the Y.P.S. will be on Friday  January 30th, and will be "literary"  night.  into the citizenship of the country.  Col. Belson did not think the resolution asking the government to  prohibit Japs from owning land  went far enough. He thought they  should also be prohibited from  leasing land.  Finally a resolution was proposed asking the government to take  steps to prevent Orientals from  either owning or leasing land. This  was carried unanimously.  MEMBERS of the Kelowns Board of Trade  who may wish to attend the meetings  of the Associated Boards of' Trade of  B.C., at Vancouver, on' February 4-7  inclusive, should hand in their names to  lha local secretary on or before the 24th  ^^^1 10 1-.QK THO  KELOWNA  RECOBD  Thursday, January 22,1920  The Corporation of the City  of  Kelowna  landers for Fire Brigade Inaurance  Tendera will ba received by the under.  aigned up to noon on Monday, 2nd Fab-  s raary. for insuring tha members of the  Kolowna Volunteer Fire Brigade. The  lowest, ot any, tender not necessarily SOPS farther particulars apply to Mr M.  A. Alsgard. chief, Kalowna Volunteer Fire  "' G. H. DUNN.  Kei.wne, I.C., City Clark  January 2lsl. 1920. 10-1  The Corporstion of the City  ef  Kelowna  WANTED, a mala or female Junior Clark  for lha eity ��Sce. Apply In own hand,  writfoj. staling salary required, ts the  HSdsrsipiad.  WANTV9, M Basilic Lineman, daliea  IS SSSMpsaja tm l��* Foswaaiy snd will  iieplaaU rsa-Hw slaotric hfhl end weter  raustara. Apply t�� >he undersigned Wy  letM* Steahf ssdary rseeired and an-  aM*�� ssaha ei teeHroenkle.  G. H. DUNN.  n, �����.. City Clerk.  '-'at. i����. i��-i  The  Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  Tendera will be received by the undci.  signed up te 12 o'clock noon on Monday,  for Saevenging work ia tha City. Full  partieulere may ba obtained from the City  Clerk, The lowest or any tender, not  aeeeeaerily accepted.  G. H. DUNN.  Kalowna, B.C., City Clerk.  January 21st, 1920. 10-1  KELOMNH RECORD  Published erssy TharaeWy at Ksaowuu,  British Cohwabee  .TOHN LEAT��LE*i  BtUtor and Proprietor  $    Orders for  Local  Scouts  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES  months.  **M PREPARED*  Kelowna Troop  United  11.80   dsc   rear:   7Se..   ate  States 10 seats additional.  Uabsctibsrs at tbs regular rass eea bavs  .stra Dansrs mailed to Maada at a dJateuoa  st HALF RATE. I.s.. 76 asaU nsr vaar.  TMs sosoial nrlvlWa   U   treated   lor   tks  oarooss ot sdvortislrw the eltv and district.  All subsorlotiorw  oavabss In advance  -THE-  Veteran Meat Market  H*t�� a fine display of Local Lamb thia  waelt and thc quality  ii  undeniable,  My special pricee are ae follows:  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  Leg Lamb    -        -    35c  Loin Lamb   -        -   30c  Fore quarter Lamb ���    25c  Stew Lamb   -        -   20c  Sausages and Tripe e apecialty.  Other meals aa usual.  Phone 113 Caah and carry  lif, J Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  fVyvy%syy/yvwNiV'i��VW%*'��A��*^^  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  1. CHAPMAN  Phone 217.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Pffliikiaff k Fanhare Repairs  New is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  eaa re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and maks it  like new.  Mattresses  Re-made  Pianos, &c.  Polished  Cdiitey  Corner*  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  .     I"' i in i lii 11    ��� ���    '"' =  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowne Furniture Co.  ADVIHTISINO  RATIH  IOOOE  NOTICES    PR0PRS8I0NAL  CARDS  ETC.. Its osats ner column lack osr areaa.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICK8-S0 davs. SrV  SO davs IT.  WATER NOTICES-IS lor tire lasatiloae.  I.EOAL ADVEBTISINO-Flrst lassrtioa. 11  esata oer Una: saoa sobssaosat inssrtlon A  ssats osr lift..  lllslPUAT ADVERTISEMENTS - Too inch..  aad tadsr. 10 osnts nsr lash lirst inssrtlon  over two lashes 40 osnts osr inch lirst In-  ..rtioa: 90 ssats osr Incb oaoh sabssonent  inssrtloa.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -I rant.  nsr word tirst Insertioa. 1 ssnt psr word  sash sabieaasat lassrtioa.  Mission Creek Again  With every succeeding year lire  question of the menace of Mission  Creek comes up again,and although  the discussion has been going on  as long as the oldest inhabitant  can remember, and many thousands of dollars have been spent,  the creek is in worse shape today  than ever it was. A correspondent in this issue makes an appeal  for a thorough survey and engineer's report. This, we understand,  the government has offered lo do  free of cost preparatory lo some  comprehensive plan of protective  work. Reports have, of course,  been made regarding the creek  before, but never, we believe, so  thoroughly as to cover the ground  laid down by Dr. Pfyffer, nnd it  would seem to be the only way lo  avoid the scrappy, expensive, and  often ineffective work which has  been done in the past.  Local Churches Prepare to Take {Census  Under the auspices oi the chur.  ches co-operating ir. the Inter  church Forward Movement a religi.  ous census will be taken in every  town and district throughout Canada during the present month.  Locally, arrangementa are being  completed by the co-operating  churches, Anglican, United and  Baptist, to have this census taken  in the near future. The cards uaed  in the survey provide for the inclusion of the name, address, occupation, nationality, language and  religion of each family in the community. Certain questions relating  to housing conditions, etc, will not  be asked locally aa they are meant  to apply more to large cities.  Those visited by the church  representatives making the survey  will understand that this is not a  government census and that they  are under no legal responsibility to  snswer the questions asked. It is  hoped, however, that iniormation  will be readily given, as the results,  apart (rom the gathering of facts  (or the survey, will be of much  interest locally.  synopsis of ooal mining  rbovlationb  Csal mining righta ot the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan end Alberts, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Terrltorlea, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acres will be leased to  ons applioant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of tbe diatrict In  which the rights applied for are altuat-  sd.  Bach application muat be accompanied by a fee of 16, which will be refunded if tha rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty ehall be paid or, the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cants per ton.  In eurveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions or aeotlons, and In unsurveyed  territory the traot applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine ahall  Furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least oaoe  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 oonsldered  necessary for tne working of the mine  at the rate of 910 an aore.  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. OOhtT.  Deputy Miniater of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  Edited by "Wolf." Jan. 20th, 1920  ORDERS by Command for week  ending January 29th, 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for week  Wolves, and also (or the week  following; next for duty, Eagles.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Tuesday, January 27th. at 7.15  p.m., and the bugle .band at the  fire hall on Thuraday. January 29th  at 7.30 p.m Basket-ball at the  exhibition building an Friday and  Wednesday.  The attendance at parade on  Tuesday last was much better, there  being only 12 absentees including  those in the country. Chicken pox  was also responsible for the absence  of some others. The attendarce  at the bugle band practice Inst  Thursday also improved, as wilh  one exception all the membera were  there. "We shall have to add one  more snare drum and we need the  player.  e .  Scout O. Winter, formerly of the  First Souris Troop, Manitoba, is a  welcome addition to the troop and  is attached to the Eagle Patrol until  further notice. He is a second  class scout and the holder of the  fireman's and basketmaker's proficiency badges.  e s  Second R. Ball and Scout R.  Neish passed the carpenter's badge  tests before Mr. Mitchell of the  school staff on the 14th inst.  e s  m  All scouts who have (ailed to  make the necessary progress as  called (or by provincial orders will  have to appear at the first Coutt of  Honor to be held after the first of  February, and'if satisfactory reason  (or their (ailure cannct be given,  we shall have no option but to  strike them off our strength.  s ��r  ���  We are indebted to Mr., Rees,  manager of the local branch of the  Royal Bank of Canada (or a quantity of blotters issued by his bank.  They are in pads of twelve and  each blotter has one of the twelve  laws printed upon it, and it is a  nice boost to the movement. Those  who are in time at the parade this  evening will receive a set.  s        e  s  The troop secretary has received  the following letter from Scoutmaster Zimmerman of Summer  land:���  "Your favor of the 6th inst. duly  received and you may be sure the  boys were delighted to hear vou  had started your basket-ball again.  In regard to the three teams, I  am strongly of the opinion that the  best fifteen compose the first, sec  ond and third teams. We don't  go outside the troop (or players  and it hardly seems (air to me that  two or three scouts should be barred (rom playing because they  happen to gruw big.  A week (rom next Friday, the  30th, I think would suit us. Wc  would have to engage the (erry and  leave here Friday afternoon, arriving in Kelowna before six o'clock  and leave on Saturday afternoon ;  so if there is any ice our boys would  enjoy skating on Saturday morning.  Pretty near our whole troop would  like to go up, about 20 strong, if  that would not be too many for  you to look after.  With kindest regards to the troop  and hoping to see you soon, Yours  fraternally. O. F. ZIMMERMAN.  Scoutmaster."  We are afraid it .vill be impossible for us to arrange for January  30th and that tke nearest possible  date after that will be February  27th. However, we cannot say  more here until Mr. Zimmerman's  letter h .s been considered by the  Court of Honor. In the meantime  we should be glad if all scouts who  can billet visiting scouts would let  the ssoutmaster know at once.  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By thc Old Silver Woli  The Pack has been busy since the holi-  daya sludying for star teata, and ao far  the preliminary tests heve proved thet the  boys are really trying. Aa 1 have stated  before there can he no bunfeed until we  heve finished with thc tests, but I may let  out a little secret now and aay that I think  this important affair will take place on the  first Saturday in February.. 1 intend to  ask our old friend Mr. Gordon to be present to tell us a story and alao Scoutmaster  Weddell. All Cubs will wear full uniform  on thia occasion and if the evening ia cold  put your shorts on under other pants.  Don't bring your doga I  Two recruits havo been accepted for  .he Pack���Cedric Boyer and Eric McMillan, and theae boya will bo received into  the greet brotherhood of Cuba either on  the night of the bunfeed or the following  week. No more recruits are wanted yet  as we have four complete sixes.  I hed to, speak with Mr. Thomaa, the  Jirrf constable one evening about aome  boys and he told ine he hed never received a complaint about a Cub. Such a tribute sh uld be kept in mind by the boys  who, if they keep faithful to their promise  will never be in trouble.  We ahall play a new game some evening in which the cubmaater will aak each  boy a queation about tha work, uniform  or promises of a cub, so it will pay you to  study your Cub book carefully and practice tying the knots. 1 have found that  Cubs soon forget things. One Fridey,  the pack waa told four timea there waa to  be no parade the following week. After  saying good-night one boy came and aaid,  What time ia the parade neat week r  Professional Cards  BURNE S- sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B, C. Weddell.    -   John F. Burne,  KELOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C,  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR or BUILDER:  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C, ��.'  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ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes Forming for the New Yeer  Phone for an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Fisnaforts Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  s  E  R  *  V  I  C  E  THE  OIL  SHOP  CALL AROUND   VULCANIZING  Are your TIRE*) in good shape (or  spring driving > Let us examine  them���all cuts and bruises, inside  and out, should be repaired.  If you need new equipment we ean  supply you. Ga����iye>xr Fabric  ansl C*rsVTir.M tot in *U��fe. -  GASOLINC ft OO  s  E  R  !  V ���'  I  1  c ]  E  FREE AIR DAY * NIGHT  SERVICE  Corner  Lawrence Avenue      J. W. B. BROWNE. Prop.  Pendosi Street  Telephone*  Day 217  Night ��7  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -   70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 68c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  SEEDS!    SEEDS!  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed thia year  Direct (rom Producera  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvers.  Fineet quality atock  CORN���North Western Dent   -  Our aupaib silage variety  Write for our complete  Catalogue and  Price List of FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our pricea will interest you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38, MAIN STREET, PENTICTON, B.C.  REMOVAL!  This week w* are busy mooing to  our new studio, formerly occupied  by Hudson, Stocks & Co. We  shall be pleased to welcome you at  any time.  JMcEuXm,  the Photographer Thursday, January 22,1920  KELOWNA   KBCOSD  PAGE THHK>  The Kelowna Storage, Limited  EIGHT PER CENT. PER ANNUM GUARANTEED SHARES  Steps in Producing  Marketable Apples  STORAGE  Packi  ing  Thi  mnmg  Spraying  P  Cultivation  runing  You cannot produce Marketable  Apples without any one of the  above steps, and Storage is  Not the least important.  LAST SEASON  PROVED THE NECESSITY FOR STORAGE  SUBSCRIBE  FOR  SHARES IN  THE KELOWNA  STORAGE,  LIMITED CANADA  WAR  BONDS  ACCEPTED   AT  PAR  PROSPECTUS  THE KELOWNA STORAGE, UMITED  * - REGISTERED OFFICE, KELOWNA) B.G  Incorporated under the "Companies Act," being Chapter 39 of the Revised Statutes of  British Columbia, 1911, and Amending Acts.  CAPITAL #35,000.00  ��� Divided into 3,500 shares of $10.00 each  All of the above Shares are ordinary shares and the balance of 2,004 shares are now  offered for public subscription, payable as follows:���  , 10 per cent, upon application and ..the balance upon allotment.  1496 shares, equal to 114,960.00, have already been allotted.  THE DIRECTORS .OF THE COMPANY ARE:  JEDWARD MAURICE CARRUTHERS,     of Kelowna, B.C Land Company Manager  IGEORGE ALEXANDER BARRAT, of Kelowna, B.C. Fruit Grower  CHARLES FRANCIS RUSH, of Glenmore, Kelowna, B.C. Fruit Grower  .    GROTE STIRLING, , of Kelowna, RC. Civil Engineer  JOHN COUSSMAKER ANDERSON, of Kelowna, B.G Rancher*^;  The Bankers of the Company are The Royal Bank of Canada, of Kelowna, B.C.  The Auditor of the Company is Mr. C. H. Jackson, of Kelowna, B.C., Notary Public.  The Solicitors of the Company are Messrs. Burne & Weddell, of Kelowna, B.C.  The Secretary of the Company is Mr. J. L. Macready, of Kelowna, B.C. (occupation,  Secretary of the Kelowna Growers' Exchnge). !;'.'���'  Copy hereof filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies as required by Sub-section i of Section 89 of the  Companies Act, R. S. B. G, 1911, Chapter 89.  The growth of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has rendered necessary the acquisition of further.warehouse and storage space, which is essential to the economical working  of its business. The public, and particularly the shareholders of the Kelowna Growers'  Exchange, are invited to assist in the progress and up-building of its business with security  for their capital and the assurance of an annual return of eight per cent, thereon.  This Company has purchased Lots 19, 21 and 21, save and c-cept the North  Fourteen (14) inches of Lot Twenty-one (21), Registered Plan 744, situate in Kelowna,  B. C, on Water Street, having a frontage of 172 feet thereon, 160 feet frontage on Haynes  Avenue, and 172 feet of railway trackage, including also a warehouse with 7,260 sq. feet  of floor space. With its long trackage and frontage on two streets this is probably  the most valuable warehouse site in Kelowna and affords ample room for the construction  of new buildings.  The Kelowna Growers' Exchange has agreed to lease the property from the Company  for a term of twenty years Hat an annual rental sufficient to pay a return of 8% on the  Company's subscribed capital, and has agreed in addition to pay all taxes, insurance, maintenance and other expenses connected with the property, alsojto pay a' reasonable sum  annually to the Company to cover depreciation of the buildings on the property. .  Further issues of shares may be. made from time to time to provide monies for the  erection of new buildings or improvements to the property, and if and when this should be  done the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has agreed to enter into a new lease to cover the  increased value of the property, upon the same terms and conditions as are set forth  above.  It is proposed that at a future date the shareholders of the Company will sell their  shares at par for cash to the Kelowna Growers' Exchange as scon as it has the necessary  funds for such purchase, and for this purpose to secure the agreement of all applicants for  shares to sell their shares, at the time of their application.  The Company has been promoted under the auspices of the Directors of the  Kelowna Growers' Exchange who take pleasure in being able to urge its shareholders and the  public to support them and finance the requirements of its business in this sound and  profitable undertaking. The Directors of the Company are all Directors of the Kelowna  Growers' Exchange as well.  A copy of the Company's memorandum of Association, with the names, descriptions  and addresses of the signatories thereto and the number of shares subscribed for by them  respectively, is printed at the foot of this prospectus and forms part of it.  j The Articles of Association provide that the qualification of a Director is to be the  holding of at least one share in the Company, and that the future remuneration of the  Directors and their remuneration for service performed previously to the First General Meeting shall be determined by the Company in General Meeting. Also that the Company may in  General Meeting from time to time alter the remuneration, qualification and number of the  Directors. The Articles further provide that the Directors may from time to time appoint  one or more of their body to be managing director or managing directors of the^Company  at a remuneration to be fixed from tim; to time by the Directors, which may fee" By way  of salary or commission, or participation in profits, or by any or all of these methods.  The Articles of Association also provide that if the Company shall offer any of its  shares to the public for subscription:  (a) The Directors shall not make any allotment thereof unless and until at least one  per cent, of the shares so offered shall have been subscribed, and the sums payable on  application shall have been paid to and received by the Company, but this provision  is no longer to apply after the first allotment of shares offered to the public for subscription has been made.  (b) The amount payable on application on each share so offered shall not be less  than five per cent, of the nominal amount of the share. Also that if the Company  shall not offer any of its shares to the public for subscription the Directors shall not  '   proceed to allotment until five shares have been subscribed for and fifty per cent,  has been paid up on each share.  The names and addresses of the Vendors of Lots 19, 20 and 21, save and except the  North Fourteen (14) inches of Lot Twenty-one (21), Registered Plan 744, Kelowna, B.C.,  which the Company has purchased for $ 10,000, are Benjamin de Furlong Boyee, of Kelowna,  B.C., Physician, and Palmer Brooks Willits, of Kelowna, B.C., Druggist, and the Kelowna  Growers' Exchange, an incorporated Company having its registered office at Kelowna, B.C, ���  The property as mentioned above was held by the Kelowna Growers' Exchange under  Agreement for Sale from the said Benjamin de Furlong Boyee and Palmer Brooks Willits,  and for its interest in the property the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has received 200 shares  of the Company, equal to $2,000, and the said Boyee a*hd Willits are to receive $8,000 cash,  under the terms of the said Agreement, with interest thereon on the unpaid balance at the  rate of 8% per annum from the 1st day of May, 1919, ...,,...  The amount of preliminary expenses of the Company was $261.23.  The Directors of the Company were interested in the said property purchased by the  Company as Shareholders of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.  The shares held by the Directors m the Kelowna Growers' Exchange are as follows:���  Edward Maurice Carruthers,      one share, ' ' *  one share,  one share,  one share,                  four shares.  Copies of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company can be  inspected at the registered office of the Company at any time during business hours.or atthe  office of C. H. Jackson and H. W. Farmer, joint selling agents, Kelowna, B.C., and copies of  this Prospectus and Forms of Application for shares can also be obtained at the registered  office of the Company.    Form of application for shares also accompanies the prospectus.  Applications for shares should be made upon the Application Forms so obtained and  sent to the registered office of the Company, or to C. H. Jackson and H. W. Farmer, joint  selling agents, Kelowna, B.C., together with a remittance of the amount of the deposit..  Where no allotment is made the deposit will be returned in full, and where the  number of shares allotted is less than the number applied for the balance of the deposit will  be applied towards the remaining payments."  Failure to pay any future instalments of shares allotted when due, will render previous payments liable to forfeiture.  This Prospectus has been duly filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies at  Victoria, B.C.  Dated this 2nd day of January, 1920.  Signatures:  EDWARD M. CARRUTHERS  GEORGE A. BARRAT  (per J. L. Macready)  CHAS. F. RUSH  GROTE STIRLING  J C. ANDERSON  Witness to the above, '  J. L. MACREADY,  Accountant,  Kelowna, B.C.  George Alexander Barrat,  Russell Fordharn,  Grote Stirling,       ^^^^  John Coussmaker Anderson,  Share, may be obtained at the Office of The Kelowna Growera   Exchange, or from C. H. JACKSON and H. W. FARMER, joint selling agents, office Bernard Avenue  HI (next t0 Royal Bank)  SUBSCRIPTION LIST NOW  OPEN  ���wr PaVQK FOUB  KELOWNA   HECOKD  Thuraday, January 23,1920  Mary Pickford appears this weekend in "The Heart of the Hills."  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  MARY  PICKFORD  in  "Heart of the Hills"  Tha aame beloved Mary Pickford in an entirely new role, that of a moun.  tain girl fighting her feudist battles and afraid of "nobody nor nothing."  Evening, 8.15, ONE show only. Admission 25c and 55c  Saturday Matinee 3.15 p.m., 20c and 35c,  MONDAY AND TUESDAY  A big Metro play  "Opportunity"  A real live feature and the Sixth episode of "13."  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY  Richard A. Rowland and Maxwell Karger preaent  NAZIMOVA  in Edilh Wherry's  "The Red Lantern"  Directed by AlbertCrpeltani and released by METRO Pictures Corporation  Saa the great artiat ia a production without a  parallel in all the brilliant  hiatory of motion picturea.  Also "Three in a Closet," the comedy of �� thousand laughs.  Evening, 8.15, ONE show only. Admission 25c and 55c  Tickets now on aale.  Get you tickets for "Luck of the Navy," coming February 6th  on aale at P. B. Willita & Co.'a Drug Store.  t. CeSteYE&aUl  ftr  r  r/M  -w ���w*  r I) -*���  Don't Buy a Pig in a Bag.  When you send money to a mail order house,  you "Buy a pig in a poke." You may not get  what you send for, as you are always asked to  make "A Second Choice." If goods are damaged  in transit, there is trouble and at best, an irritating delay in getting matters straightened out.  If your local merchant asked you to pay for an  article before you ever saw it, what would you  say? Yet that is what the mail order house insists upon. Head the advertisements, see what  you are buying, and spend your money at home.  I  CO^YRIOMTSO  iaM|jl  Correspondence  Rcadera ara reminded that opinion! expreiaed  ... letters inserted under thii heading "e not "���*",  ceiaaiily endorsed by ua. Letters should be as brier  as potsiblefand to the point.  The Editor,  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir : At a recent meeting of  farmers in the Mission schoolhouse  Mr. J. W. Jones gave an interesting  report concerning the latest policy  of the Minister of Public Works re  the protection of people living on  lands adjoining creeks similar to  our Mission Creek. ���  According to this report there is  a bill now in force in B.C. whereby  the people living on the lands adjoining rivers or creeks must provide the funds for protecting their  lands, the Government being only  willing to have, if so desired, the  preliminary engineering work done  and an estimate of the costs of the  needed protection works made nt  the government's expense. A suggestion to have without delay an  application made for such a preliminary engineering work at "the  Government's expense was, however, not supported by the meeting,  two members pointing to the fact  that in the past no practical results  had been obtained from engineering work concerning the Mission  Creek.  Now 1 think that the matter ia really too  important an one for all the low land of  the diitrict of Kelowna (including the city)  to be dropped that way in a mood of utter  discouragement. This ia the reason why  I ahould aak you to kindly eubmit to a  wider circle of the citizena of the Kelowna  district the following auggestions of a farmer who aa a close neighbor of the Mission  Creek, enjoyed for over ten yeara the  vaganea of that untamed fellow.  We all know that at the present the  creek-bed ia at the lower end of its current  entirely filled with gravel on many places,  and that for thia reaaon u heavier overflow,  ing than ever before ia bound to occur this  year unleaa a thorough cleaning of the  creek-bed right down to the lake be done  iu time. Now it seema to be obvious thnt  auch a thorough work can not be done  without the co-operation of all intereated  partiea of the district, including the city  and alao the Government aa owner of  public roada. But auch a wide co-operation ia not thinkable without a previous  careful survey of the whole situation and  report from a competent engineer cover*  ing especially the following pointa:���  1. How much fall ia there from the  K.LO. bridge down to the Mission bridge)  2. How much fall ia there from th  Mission bridge down to the lake, during  high-water and during low-water, with  reference to a certain peg-mark at the  lake-ahore indicating the water-level of the  lake at the time of the survey?  3. What dimenaiona (width and depth)  ahould tbe creek-channel have between  the Miaaion bridge and the lake to carry  all the water at high-water mark; and  what dimenaiona would be required fur.  ther up?  4. What would it coat to give the creek,  channel the needed dimenaiona from tha  lake up to the Miaaion bridge, uaing a  proper dredging machine, or uaing juat  acrapera with horses?  5. What effect would the dredging of  auch a channel from the Miaaion bridge  down to the lake, or rather from the lake  up to the bridge, have upon the self-deep  ening of the bed above the Miaaion bridge  aa a reault of increaaed awiftneas of the  current?  6. What effect would auch  a channel  have in draining low  farm   landa of   th  di|trict?    How far may the effect extend?  7. What meaaurea would be needed  to protect the irrigation water uaera along  the Miaaion creek.  B. What kind of a dam ia needed above  the Miaaion bridge in combination with  the above mentioned dredging of n proper  channel in order to aafely prevent the  hitherto usual flooding of the public road  on both sides of the bridge?  9. What worka are needed to prevent  the hitherto uaual bad alidea from thi  ateep alopea into the creek, especially in  the vicinity of the Benvoulin schoolhouse?  Would it be feasible to prevent the con.  atant undermining of theae alopea by keeping the current away from the foot of the  alopea at a conaiderable diatance (aay from  SO to 100 yarda), and what would be the  costs of auch an undertaking?  10. It there any danger of the Miaaion  creek overflowing in tha direction of the  Mill creek, or elaewhere in the direction  of the Gty of Kelowna, and what meaaurea  are eventually needed to aafely prevent  auch a danger?  11. How big ia the diatrict which ia  intereated in a thorough correction of the  Miaaion creek ? Which are the intereated  partiea ?  12. Could a proper deeding of the creek  chaanel not be advantageoualy combined  with a thorough gravelling of public roada  in order to help bear thecoataof dredging  by the public roada department.  13. Could auch a thorough creek-correction work aa outlined above not be arranged in a way to furnish employment to  returned aoldiera in preference to others ?  Such queationa, and maybe others, muat  be competently anawered before a really  good and thorough work on the Miaaion  creak can ba undertaken. Doing a little  dyking here and a little dredging there, at  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box no  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Great War Veterans' Aaan.  (Women's Auxiliary)  BALL  Jan, 23rd, 1920  BURNS'S NIGHT  In the Morrison Hall  Tickets $1, including refreshments  Dancing at 6.30  ICE ICE  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUR SHED  Now is the time to lay in your  supply for next season  $1.20 -perton  At Cosan's Pond  Extra charge for delivery  Special rate (or large quantity  Apply  ERNEST  SNOWSELL  P.O. Box 53 or at the Pond  J.8p  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE.  KELOAiMn.  O.W.CUNMM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Comminion  Merchant  Second - Hand Gooda  Bought or Sold on  Commiaaion  Flour and Feed Alwaya  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  we used to do it in the past ia only shift.  ing the trouble a few hundred yarda further down, or from one aide of the creek  to the other, thereby very often doing  harm to land owners, Let ua lake the  matter up in a businesslike and widely  co-operative way and with the end in  view lo protect all interested parties.  With a good will from all sides the raising  of the required money along the line  drawn by the lateat bill in force should  then not be impossible and a work could  be done which would greatly benefit the  whole district.  Youra very truly,  Dr. P. da PFYFFER.  Job  Printing  We are well equipped  for the production of every  variety of Job Printing.  Let ua help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letterheads  Billheads  Monthly Statements  Envelopes  Loose Leaf Supplies  Agreements  Business Cards  Circulars  Programmes  Order Books  Counter Check Books  H  The Record  Phone 94  .       '.  ��� -���' '������' ������-��� [Thuraday, January 22,1920  KBLOWNA   RECORD  PAGE FIVE  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  Leather Gujfs, Gloves- and Mitts  Trunks    Suitcases     Club Bags  We have an excellent range of theae goods at all prices  Cutters and Sleighs ��a*|.?r^lrW  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street  Phone 150  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to heve  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact is also emphasized that all butter  in such packages must  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for eacli offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100  200  500'  1000  PAPER or PRINTING  INCLUDED  ����  $1.50  2.00  3.50  5.25  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of jarne.-   Plase not this.  Kelowna Record  [  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter'a  aupply of  COAL COAL  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty* Teama of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Marea and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lba.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at the office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  tsy  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  _ G. F.  Holl   left Tueaday  on jx  visit to the coast.  Frank Small is a visitor to the  coaat this week.  Fred Duggan was a visitor to  the coast last week-end.  S. Coiworth returned yeaterday  from a visit to Victoria.  Mrs. Denison and daughter returned thia week from their stay  at the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kerr went  down to the coast Thursday laat.  Jas. Hardy left last week on a  visit to Halcyon.  Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Willits were  passengers for Vancouver Monday.  F. A. Hamel was a passenger to  Montreal Tuesday.  Aid. and Mrs. Duggan were passengers to the r.oast this week for  a few weeks' stay.  R. Stewart, of Glenmore, returned a few days ago from a visit to  the coast.  Ice is being shipped this week  from the Bankhead pond to Peachland.  Mr. Carveth Wells will be the  speaker on Sunday evening at the  United Church.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  The K.A.A.C. will hold their  annual ball in the Morrison Hall  on Wednesday, February 4. Special attraction. Keep this date open.  A conceit and dance is to be  held in the Ellison schoolhouse on  Friday, January 30th. The concert  is to commence at 8.30 sharp and  the dance at 11 p.m.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. F. Price  will preach on "The Greatest Unused Force in the Christian  Church." In the evening his topic  will be "The Soul's Supreme Test."  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held in the Board of Trade routine,  Monday, January 26th, at 3.30.  This being the first meeting since  November, a number of important  matters are to be discussed, and a  large attendance is hoped for.  Mr. Carveth Wells, the well  known jungle explorer, will deliver  an illustrated lecture in the Kelowna United Church on Monday,  January 26th, at 8.15. Admission  fifty cents for adults end twenty  five cents for children. Mr. Wells  will alao deliver a children's lecture  on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.  The aubject will be "Jungle Tales."  The lecture will be illustrated.  Admission (children) fifteen cents.  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  -  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  Crook's Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  painful you will find great  comfort by wearing a pair of  glasses ground from Sir William Crook's patented glass.  The shade is so light that the  vision ii little impaired yet  they are most restful to the  eyes.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist * Kelowna  W. G. Benson is a visitor to the  coaat this week.  F. A. Taylor left yesterday for  Vancouver.  M. A. Alsgard returned from  Halcyon yesterday.  How is vour costume coming on  for  the  masquerade  ball  on  the  13th?  * Miss Ethel Hall, who haa been  staying for some months with her  parents, left Tuesday for Victoria,  where she will resume her duties  as nurse at the Jubilee Hospital.  Mr. Carveth Wella is to give an  address on the'Anglican Forward  Movement in St. Michael's Church  at the aervice next Sunday morning.  John Willoughan was charged at  the city police court last Saturday  with being drunk and disorderly  on Bernaid avenue, and waa fined  ten dollars and costs.  Mr. J. Thrussell returned from  the coast Monday with his sister,  who was granted a divorce from  her husband, E. Purvrs, in the  Vancouver Court on Friday, the  16th inst, with full custody of her  child.  At St. Michael's Church, Tuesday  morning, Henry Francis, of Rutland, was married to Miss Mary  Ethel Dykes, of Kelowna. The  ceremony, which took place in the  morning at 10.30, the ven. Arch.  d��acon Greene officiating, was attended by a large number of frienda  of both bride and groom. The  bride was attended by her sister,  while Mr. Robert Dykes acted as  best man. Mr. and Mrs. Francis  left later for the coast where a  short honeymoon will be spent.  Movie Actress in  Wonderful Costumes  Robes of regal splendor are worn  by Nazimova in her newest super-  feature, "The Red Lantern," which  comes to the Empress Theatre on  Wednesday and Thursday next.  .Among these robes is the heavy  ailken garb of the Goddess of the  Red Lantern and the awe-inspiring  habiliments of a Chineae warrior  chief.  The warrior's costume, a striking  robe of embroidered silk, with the  head of a lion depending from the  waist, is apparel worn only by  those of the Chinese who stand  ready to give their lives for the  race. The lion's head, is the highest symbol of valor at arms.  The robes are of the heaviest  Chinese silk, embroidered with a  thousand designs. On her head  Nazimova wears the symbolical  headdress of the Goddess, studded  with peacock feathers and dozens  of silk floss pom poms���the whole  held in place by a band of gold  embroidery that circles the forehead and temples.  "The Red Lantern" is based on  the novel of Chinese life by Edith  Wheery.  Buy "Made in Canada" goods.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORkS  We Repair  Any TIRE or TUBE  that is repairable  Our guarantee is good.   Try us.  G,   LANE  A 35-year veteran  ���    O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave., Kelowna  DARK'S  Wonderful  Shoe Sale  Commenced January I st  Ends December 31 st  Price tickets are neither painted out nor changed every  ten minutes.  SEE THE  WINDOW  DELCG  Lighting Plants  Modern Utilities, Ltd., Vancouver  wish to announce that WALTER R.  THOMSON, Lawrence Avenue (eaat of  Pendozi St.) has taken over our agencies  for the district, and will be pleased to give  a demonstration of a Delco Light Plant  and Water System in operation at any  time. For your canvenience 'phone 342  and make an appointment.  Willard Battery  Service  STATION  Willard Batteries for Sale Battery Repairs  Automobile Electrician  General Electrical Contracting  W. R. THOMSON  Lawrence Avenue  Between Pendozi Street and Ellis Street  AUCTION SALE  The property of  R. A. TRACEY, North of Green Tea Rooms, Ellis St,  i  Thursday, Feb. 5th, at 2 p.m.  Fumed oak Extension Table  6 Chairs, fumed oak  2 Washstands, fumed oak  Small Table, fumed oak  Kitchen Cabinet (Hooaier) *���  Kitchen Cupboard  Steel Range, Gurney-Oxford  Coal Heater        "  2 Kitchen Tables  3 Kitchen Chain  3 Rockers  Child's Rocker  Childs High Chair  3 Iron Bedsteads, complete  Steel Couch  Child's Crib  Chest of Drawers  Congoleum Rug, 9x12  Congoleum Rug, 9x9  Singer Sewing Machine, new  Pair Portieres.  Washer and Wringer  Boiler, new  2 Tubs Clothes Basket  2 Churns Ice cream Freezer  6 dozen Sealers and Fruit  Axes, Chains, Shovels, and so forth  Kitchen Utensils Dishes  Other articles not mentioned  The above furniture is new and only been in use a ahort time  . TERMS CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM        -       Auctioneer  Harness and Harness Repairs  That is our business and   we can  give you good service.   Call  and see our new stock  of  Work Harness.   It  is good  value.  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time saves good money  to the wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE   REPAIRING.    We have just added a Shoe Repairing Depart-  ment, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to us.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  WEDDING RINGS  32 K  18 K  WE MAKE ALL OUR WEDDING RINGS ON  THE PREMISES. THIS ENSURES THE GOLD  BEING   THE   ACTUAL   QUALITY   STAMPED.  . We issue marriage licences.  All business transacted in our store strictly confidential.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW - -        MANAGER ���'���II-     I   '  CE SIX  KEEOWNX   KJBCOXD  Thuraday, January 22,1920  L. W. Wilkinson & Co  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Post Office  MANHATTAN. BEACH. Bungalow. 4  rooms. Good lot situated on lake shore.  Only $1,200.  HARVEY AVENUE,   Two-storey house,  6 rooms, pantry, bathroom, hall, woodshed, stable, suitable for garage and  store house. One acre of land, good  soil, about 30 good bearing trees. A  snap, only $4,500.  PENDOZI STREET. Two-storey bottle,  J rooms, bath hot and cold water, fully  modern, lot 120 x 100. Barn hold four  hors.es, carriage shed, wood shed, cement  basement.    $4,500, half cash.'  CORONATION AVENUE. Bungalow, 5  rooms, open fireplace in dining room,  lath and plastered Only $850 cash, less  than what the lumber cost.  PENDOZI   STREET.    Two-storey   houie  7 raems, bathroom, hot and celd watar,  Ut 5U x 122, barn and shed, root cellar.  $3,109 ������ terms ar $2,756 cash far im-  mtdiite- sal*.  WOL8EY AVENUE. Two-storey fr.i*.  hause, ��� reams, bathroem. It it aha ti,  weedehed, chiekeaha��ae, stable, eement  ���MMWt. Only $2JM.  WANTED, te reat, 5 ar a rasas buaialow  if poaaible, eae year's laasa. Will pay  year's rant in advanee. Garage an ad.  vantage,  PARK AVENUE. Bungalow, 5 rooms,  bath re-em, hot aasl aold watei, fully  modern, epaa fireplace in sitting room,  Verandah front and back. Aa ideal  heme, beautifully situated. A snap at  the prise, on easy terms, $4,000. $1,500  cash.  Liftings wanted   of   farms and city properties.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  11 p.m.  NOTICE  Kelowna Agricultural and Trades  Association  The Annual General Meeting of the  above Association will be held in the  Board of Trade Building on Saturday, 31st  January. 1920, at 2.30 p.m.  H. G. M. WILSON,  9-11 Secretary.  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by   the   best   authorities   in  Canadian piano  manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will  be in  Kelowna  in a few weeks  G.W.V.A. Notes  Lt.-Col. J, R. Vickers. of Kamloops, is organizing a grand reunion of Vft*-ranp for Wednesday  and Thursday, February 4 and 5,  aid will he particularly glad to see  any of his old battalion, the 172nd.  The rally will lake the form of a  banquet, dance and hon spiel and  oi* free to all veterans. Sleeping  accommodation is being arranged.  Col. Vicars writes thai it any of the  172nd can reach Kamloops he will  see they get back. Anyone intending to go should notify the local  secretary, G.W.V.A.  A viait was made to Vernon last  weak to investigate progress with  ths co-operative store there and a  very successful atari has been  mads.  Mesars. Martin and Neill were  elected at the last meeting to act  on a joint committee with three  members of the city council in respect ta the housing scheme.  The result ot the referendum  taken regarding the admission of  associate members will be declared  nezt Saturday.  101 blankets have arrived from  Vancouver, which is the second  consignment of surplus govern  ment stores to arrive.  The sum of $165.50 has been  received from commission on ap  plications for the 1919 Victory  Loan made through the local  banks.  ICE  Prepare for a long, hot summer  First-class Ice  (Free from snow)  $2 per load of  1 �� tons  Leaded on your wagon at tha pond.  Will deliver if required  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According ta the new  Deminioa Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter cither  te the si* res ar privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters tbe wards  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact is also emphasized that all butter  in such paclcagea must  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains itt label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter atthe Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100**TttS^"$ 1.50  200  500  1000  >��  2.00  3.50  5.25  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of sane.     Plase not this.  Kelowna Record  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Bux 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  For Sale, exclusively  PARK  AVENUE  HOUSE, five rooms, bath, electric  light, city water, wood shed,  chicken house, good lawn and  garden. Lot 60 x 110, adjoining  corner of Pendozi Street. Price  $3,000.   Teims.  For further particulars apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  CANARIES, good Rollers and Yorkshire!  for sale. Singers, or selected pairs. Mrs.  Gertrude Butler. Strathcona Ave.       4tf  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE. Black Minorca cockerels, blue  ribbon strain, $3 each. W. FuIIiard,  Coronation ave. 8-1 Ip  USED CARS. Ford with starter, $625.  Overland, $600. 1917 McLaughlin Six,  $1,080. All in good running order. On  terma.   M. A Alsgard.  OVERLAND CAR, 6.pas��enger, for sale,  in good condition. Cheap for cash. Apply Box 110, Kalowna. I Op  FOR SALE, Bronze Turkeys for breeding  purposes.   Mrs.   H. W. Raymer.    10-1 p  FOR SALE, Ancona Cockerel imported  from Shepherds. Took first prize at  Kelowna. $5 takes this grand bird.' Apply S. M. Gore, Patterson Ave.       9tf  FOR SALE, the Kelowna Steam Laundry,  now doing capacity business. This  would suit one or two returned men and  ia worth investigating. Apply to the  proprietor at the laundry, or to the local  real estate agents. 9tf  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, alao one-year-old bay  horse colt, white atrip on face, white  feet Both branded with small D on  I eft, front foot Reward for information  of same to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  LOST,  Saturday,  large  black  silk  Bag.  Finderpleasa leave at Willits Drug Store.  -9p  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANINGTWork wanted office  and house cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483      8p  MISCELLANEOUS  BLACKSMITH wanted soon as  possible.  Apply Casorso Bros., Kelowna,        8-11  NOTICE���Any person found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the properties of the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. The Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4-11  WANTED, Men's Shirts and Collars to.  Launder. We are now doing these  ourselves and the work is top notch.  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  WANTED, Cypher Incubator, about 144-  egg capacity, for cash. Apply Dark's  Shoe Store. 10c  WANTED, 300 boxes good apples. Apply  Geo. Rowcliffe. 10c  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  You Can't  Kick  at Our Prices!  and the value of our goods is always up to the mark.  Just now we are selling many lines below the makers'  prices.     Come in now and look over our " Bargains."  BIG SAVINGS.  Here are some specially  Attractive Lines:  Ladies' Shopping Bags, reduced price, 25c  Brown Corduroy, suitable for dresses or skirts, regular at  $1.25, reduced to 95c yard  Ladies' Tweed Coats, in sizes 36, 38, and 40, splendid  . quality cloth, regular $35, reduced price, $24.75  Ladies' Pongee Silk Waists, in thre�� qualities and different designs, regular $2,75  values, reduced to $1.95 ; $4.95 values reduced to $3.75; $6.50 values reduced  .    to $4.85  Assorted line of Ladies' Winter Underwear, values to $1.50, reduced price, 93c  Girls' Shepherd Check and Serge Dresses, at 20 per cent, discount  Children's Tarns, in Chinchilla, Velours and Suede, values $1.73, reduced te 95c  Boys' Heavy Lined Mule Mitts, good Dollar value, reduced price, 73c pair  Boys' Jersey Knit Gloves, at 50c pair  Men's Heavy Wool Mitts, special 50c pair  Men's Dark-colored Bandana Handkerchiefs, generous sites, English manufacture,  at 3 for a Dollar  GROCERY SPECIALS  Ready-cut Macaroni, two packages for 25c  Melon Mango Pickles, regular 65c bottle for 45c  Indian Chutney Sauce, regular 35c for 25c  CANDY SPECIAL.    Fancy Christmas Mixture, regular  60c per lb. for 35c lb.  Fresh Herring, regular 15c size for 10c       .  12 oz size Feather-light Baking Powder, 20c tin  J. F. FUMERTON & Co.  The Cash Store  ���


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