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 Mttwb  t*,  VOLVH..  NO. 50.  _*-__,  aba  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1916.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Mr Bay Contest  For Moo! Pupils  Prizes Offered for Best Adver  rising Cards - Hospital Jumble.  Sale and Merchants' Dollar Day  November 18th  Tha great success which attend,  ed the Hospital Jumble Sale and  " Dollar Day " last year has encouraged those responsible to organize  a similar event this year. At a  meeting of the Merchants' Association held last Friday the proposal was discussed and it was decided to fall in with the request of the  hospital committee.  In order to still further popularize the day it was decided to hold  a competition amongst the school  pupils for the best window card  advertising the day. ' The competition will be divided into two  classes, one from the high school  in which three prizes will be given  and the other for the public schools  (including country schools) in  which also three prizes will be  given.  The size of the card is to be 14  by 22 inches. Suitable card for  the purpose has been provided  and can be obtained from either  the Record or Courier offices for  five cents per sheet, which amount  will be returned by the Association to each one handing in a completed care.  Each  card  must   contain  the  words-  Saturday  Kelowna Hospital  Jumble Sale  Merchants' Dollar Day .  November 18th. 1916  This wording may be added to  or varied aa desired, but must contain the essential announcements  as given.  The competitor is given an entirely free hand as regards arrangement, decorations, tec. The object  i<to produce a card which wjll  furnish an attractive window advertisement for the Jumble Sale  and Dollar Day.  Effectiveness, advertising value,  good drawing, color harmony and  originality will all count in the  awarding ofthe prizes. ���  Cards must be completed and  handed in to the school principal  not later than Thursday, Nov. 9th.  All the cards will become the  property of the Merchants' Association and will be auctioned off  to the merchants for their windows,  the proceeds, after pay prizes, to  go to the hospital.  An appeal is also being made to  the public to bring in goods for  the jumble Sale. In the midst of  all the appeals for money which  are being made just now the hos-  . pital is in danger of being forgotten. Bring in anything and everything you can and let it be turned  - into money to support the local  institution. Parcels as before may  be left with the McKenzie Co..  Willits & Co., in fact any of the  merchants will see that they find  theproper place.  The various stores are making  arrangements for special attractions and bargains for that day  and will make announcements  later.  _--���o-    On the fata day of King Albert  of Belgium, Wednesday, November 15th, the .schoolchildren of  Ellison will present scenes from  " Alice in Wonderland." The entertainment will be held in the  schoolhouse at 8 p.m., and the  proceeds will be given in aid of  the starving children of Belgium.  Mr. S. G. Shallcross, adjuster for  the insurance companies interested  in Sunday's fire, arrived on Tuesday's boat and has been busy ever  since investigating the various  claims. He considers that the Fire  Brigade are to be highly commended for their success in keeping so  serious a fire within the limits of  the building destroyed.  Mr. Alsgard received a letter a  few days ago from an old Kelowna  boy at the front, Eric Partington,  who ia " somewhere in France."  He makes. mention of. several of.  the boys from the district whom  he haa met over there, and sends  his kind regards to friends here.  Enclosed in the letter Was an interesting souvenir in the shape of  a email piece of aluminum cut  from one of the Zeppelins brought  (Jown near London.  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  On Monday, Nov. 13th, a sale is  to be held at Mrs. H. Leney's, consisting of useful and light fancy  articles suitable for mailing as  Christmas gifts " Back to Blighty."  Tea to be provided at 2 p.m.. and  the proceeds to go to the Fund for  Canadian Prisoners of War.  The lake has been true to its  name���not to be relied upon lately.    On  Saturday  night   Messrs.  Fire Destroys Large Biock of Buildings  in Kelowna's Business Section  Several Stores, Opera House, and Masonic Hall Gutted in  Early Morning Blaze - Losses Reach Nearly $150,000  In the early hour, of Sunday morn-  in their occurred th." moat disastrous  firs, whioh has sver visited(Kelowna,  naultinglm the complete wiping' out  of ithe targt building, in the centre oi  Main   street,    known   as the Moymer  Two motor cars to date have  passed over the new road. We  nearly had a third one last week  when Mr. Wilson, of Kamloops,  was expected here, but owing lo  the sudden indisposition of his car  when at Ewing's Landing, he was  unable to get through.  tchardaand Johnson set out foriWo<)k_ ����_ d^ damage to the ex  a day s sport, arriving here at 3 L . ^ n8a_iy.ii5O.000. Tha buildings  a.m. Sunday to their mutual aston-l^ ��, j^i,^ %it> f^ ltMM ot  ishment. They made an early call ThomM ^ Mi a.y good. and  upon Mr. and Mrs. Q..C. Browse.   ^ ,urniih_og,> w. F. Wheed  &  Co.'a shoe atom, Crawford &,Co.'s  stationery and book store, Maeon-  Bisoh piano ''showrooms; the Opera  House, Kaymor's Hall, and thcMasonic  Hall, besides numerous ollioo apartments on tjrio second: floor.  The firs was discovered about four  o'clock Sunday morning, but although  the brigade.soon arrived on th* some  end strove with) all tjhe means esthete  disposal to gain control 'of th* fire.  the terrific gal* which was blowing up  from the southwest, mad* their efforts  for a tun* almost futile. The fire apparently startediin the southwest cornet of the building, aod had gained a  considerable hold before it was discovered. .Running upwards it soon had  tha whole of thai top storey in a mass  of ilame*.  Ure. Baymer, with her two daughters  Winnie and Ruby and younger son,  Willie, wero I sleeping in the upstairs  rooms, and had a narrow esoape. But  for the fortunate circumstanoe that  ladder happened to be standing under  th* 'manhole giving aooesa to the tool,  they might have bean trapped by the  fire. The first intimation they had of  trouble waa a strong smell of smoke,  and going out.into tha corridor they  found the smoke pouring up from th*  hallway below. The young boy Willie  was,-at. once despatched to givo the  alarm. He found; |t impossible to get  down the stairway Awing to the dens*  smoke, and went up through thoiroof,  making his way down to the fir* hall,  where he roused up the boys in charge.  Meanwhile Mrs. Baymer and the two  girls, seeing that the smoke wa* getting thioker, and being startled moreover by a terrific crash at the rear of  the building, hastened to asesnd the  ladder to the roof, not stopping even  to dress. Thus thinly dad, and in  th* teeth of a bitterly, cold wind.they  mad* their way over the roof* as. far  as the Leckie block, and descended to  a lower level with th* aid of a ladder.  From the roof of Leckie's warehouse  to the back lane they wore assisted by  somo Chinamen, who helped to set a  ladder by which they descended.  When they reached Water street they  met by' Mr. W. Haug, and it was in  his house that. thoy took shelter and  have been oared for sinoe. Mrs. Baymer suffered severely for a time from  th* effects of the smoke in which she  waa almost suffocated, and MisaWmni.  sustained a sprained ankle in scaling  the roofs.  The first blasts of the syren were  rendered almost inaudible by tha roar  of th* gala, and it was not until a  second alarm had tywi aounded, aided  by tlie- hooter of the a.s. Okanagan,  which wa* lying at th* wharf, that  people began to turn out. The task  which confronted the brigade was a  tremendous one, for the roof ��ai already atatate from end to end, and  soon after fell in,, sending showers of  sparks and blazing fragments on to  adjacent buildings, and driving ia .a  north-easterly direction almost to the  limit* of tha city.- It it said vhat no  less than twerrtfy-fty* or .thirty sop ���.rule  Urn were started) by these 'fragments,  but fortunately extinguished withcut  doing any great damage, r  For a time it seemed ns if the Oak  Hall on the opposite aide of Water  street must inevitably become involved  as It was, in tho direct | nth of n.e  wind, felt strenuous effort* on the.part  of the brigade and ot Mr. T. Morr's. n  saved the building.  The eight was a most LnpreMive  one,. for the high wind forced the fir*  to a white heat, causing .voir like  a blast-furnaoe. For <k time the.  whole town was lighted up with th*  glare, the flame* mounting high into  the 'air. The glowing windows and  the flying spark* gave the nffeot ol  *ome huge pyrotechnic dtspUv, and  the intensity of the heat is evidenced  by the'condition of some of the metal  work which formed part nf tha  inter  tarr"  News of Near  Neighbours  Mrs. E. C. Graham and young  son went up to Kelowna on Thursday morning, where she will join  her husband, provincial constable  Graham. On Monday evening this  week Mrs. Graham was honored  at a meeting of the Myrtle Rebc-  kah Lodge, in the nature of a farewell.���Sum Review.  Mayor Jones, of Kelowna, and  Mrs. Jones, accompanied by Mr.  and Mra. Leslie Dilworth, motored  down from the Orchard City on  Wednesday arid remained till after the fair.-^Sum. Review.       ������*���  Mr. A. P. Augustine, district engineer of the Water Rights Breach,  who has been in charge of the  Okanagan district for some time is  n,ow taking a course in military engineering at the coast.  The Summerland Telephone Co.  is being sued by the Okanagan  Telephone Co. for damages for interfering wjth the latter company's  poles,'and for an injunction to restrain them from doing further  damage and to compel them to  restore the line.  The C.P.R. is issuing a special  tariff allowing Okanagan apple  shippers the privilege of storing  apples at prairie pointa and then  reshipping them at through rates.  This will relieve the cer shortage  and help the apple growers, for  there are no storage facilities in  the Okanagan. This is a temporary arrangement.  Members of the Biptist choir  will please note that at the kind  invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Knowles  practise will be held at the residence on Glenn Ave., east of Capt.  Knight's, to-morrow night. Bring  large anthem books.  Mr. and Mrs. Neumeyer were  both badly hurt Tuesday in a runaway accident near the English  church. Their pony took fright at  a bicycle and ran away upsetting  the buggy and throwing both occupants out. Mrs. Neumeyer sustained a fractured wrist and was  badly shaken, while Mr. Neumeyer injured his shoulder.  Mr. W. H. Crswford wishes to  thank the Fire Brigade and all  helpers for their efforts on his behalf during Sunday's fire. He has  rented a store for the meantime in  the Keller block, end expects to  have a new stock here in time for  the Christmas trade.  Mr. L. Godbolt, of Winnipeg,  who is jointly interested with Mr.  W. F. Muirhead in the firm of  Muirhead Ar Co., arrived Tuesday  to go into matters connected with  the Sunday fire. Mr. Godbolt is  the owner of the Harvard Shoe  Co.. of Kamloops, and has besides  interests in eeveral shoe houses in  the west. In consultation with Mr.  Muirhead it was decided not to replace the stock here in Kelowna.  Th* only portion, of the building  whieh wae not reduoad to unrecognisable ashes was the front part of  Muitrhead^s and Crawford'j stores, und  a small amount of ealv.ge i. expected  born these. Everything els* wss totally destroyed.  The heaviest losers ar* Messrs. Law-  sons, Ltd., whoa* .U..H and fixtures  were valued at over tTO.OOO. Only  recently the new stocks of men.* and  ladies' wear for the season's trooo  arrived, and some of it had Scarcely  been unpacked. The whole stock was  completely destroyed. Insuranse to  th* amount of: $47,000 was carried, so  that the) actual loss will be very  greet.  Messrs. Muirhead <V Co. valued their  stock of boots and shoes at 113,000  to! $14,000, and carried |D,50O insurance. This is the second trim* Mr.  Muirhead has been j burnt out, ho having had the misfortune to be in th*  great Pernio fire some seven or tight  years ago.  Crawford:* book store held a large  and valuable stock of stationery.ollioe  supplies, books, gramaphones, etc., besides ' a recent large shipment of new  toys for the Christmas trade. The  loss is estimated at six or sovon thousand dollars, while insurance of (2,500  was carried. It is less than a year  sinoe Mr. Crawford had his horn* destroyed by fire.  Th* Mason!- Kiaoh Co. had four  pianos destroyed, besides a large a-  mount of /mus o rolls and other supplies. Their loss will be fully covered by insurance.  For the second time within ten years  the Masonic Lodge has suffered the  loss of all its furnishings and regalia.  The , Masoni* Hall,, thc large room  over Crawford* store, suffered badly  in the fire, and all that is left of the  handsome furnishings is a mass of  charred and broken fragments. The  contents of the safe, including most of  the books and records were fortunately preserved intact, though the sale  fell through to the ground floor. The  total loss of th* lodge will reach  about I140P, with insurance of 11,000.  Tha recently formed Royal Arch Chapter also bemoans the loss of all their  new regalia, though the value of it  was partially insured.  The Oddfellows and Bsbekah Lodge*  which also, used the Masonic Hall for  their meetings, lost practically everything, and only a.few half-burnt fragments of their books were saved. The  whole of the regalia was oi course  destroyed. The Oddfellows had (760  and the Bebekahs 1200 insurance,  which is far from covering the actual  loss.  The destruction of the Kelowna Opera House, which was one of the finest)  in the'interior, is.in some,respects a  public disaster, and .it is hoped that  steps will be taken at an early date  to remedy the loss. The entire equip  ment ef moving picture machines,  stage fittings, and soenery were totally destroyed. Since the death of the  late H. W. Baymer, the management of  of the Opera House and moving picture business has been in the hands of  Mrs. Baymer and her daughters, and  much sympathy haa been expressed for  them in their loss which was unprotected by insurance. Mrs. Baymer  and family n<so loot the whole of their  household goods and clothing, no  time having boon .given them to save  even the smallest thing.  Telephone service was seriously interfered with for Several days by )h*  burning out of some ninety feet of th*  big main cable which unss down the  back lane serving all thc user* in that  block.and beyond. As Boon as it became apparent that the cablo had suffered damage, and before the fire was  out, Manager Hubbard got in touch  with the.' Vernon a}ffioe, and in the  space of a few hours men were down  with equipment for making repairs.  The new piece was spliced into place  by Tuesday, and the service resumed.  In addition to this tho Telephone  company had five telephones destroyed  and a 'large quantity of wiring. Their  Iobs will probablv amount to about  S300.  Thecity pole line also suffered considerably. When the front wall of the  Opera House- fell, the Hght polo at the  corner of the lane also came down,  bringing with H two heavy taansfcrm-  Rutland News  (rTrwa sss sn Oorrssooi4ssrs.l  The young son of Mrs. J. Brent  hsppened en accident last Friday  which resulted in a broken arm.  Mr. B. Blown, a former resident  of Rutland, paid a visit this week  to Mr. W. Sehell on his way east.  He has lately had the good fortune  to sell out an interest in a copper  mine at Hope at a good figure.  The results of the collections for  the British Red Cross made bv the  Women's Institute are as follows:  Methodist church $4.95, Presbyterian $.60, and the box at (he  stove $5.45, or a total of $17. The  box is to be left at the stove until  Christmas.  The regular meeting of the Women's Institute will be held Thur.->  d.y, November 9th, in the school-  house, at 3 p.m., when by special  request Mrs. B. McDonald, of Kelowna, will give a demonstration  of candy-making at 3,30. Members are requested to attend as al  this meeting the final airangements  for the bazaar and concert will be  made.  Mra. R, Hunt suffered the loss  of her nine months old baby last  Saturday, the little one being found  dead in its cot in the morning. It  had been sick for some time bur  the discovery was a great shock  to the mother. The funeral took  place Sunday al the cemetery,  Archdeacon Greene officiating.  Mr. Hunt is at present on overseas  service.  era -. and a tangle of wir ng. As a  considerable number of wires were carried on the polo, there were many  peoplo who had to return to coal-oil  for a day or two.  The fire brigade worked with a will,  and their efforts deserve the highest  commendation. Several times the  men handling the hose were placed in  positions of great danger from falling  brickwork, and in at least on* in-,  stance when the frost of the Opera ]  House collapsed, some of them had  narrow escapes. j  The loss of this fine block of build-!  ings, whioh was. one of the most imposing in the city, and occupied a'  location in the very heart of the bmsi-1  ness section, is greatly to be deplored.  Tho loss is doubly unfortunate at this  time of difficult financial conditions,  and not only in the destruction of so  muoh valuable property, but also  the v temporary, interference with, so  many (businesses and institutions at a  very bad time of the year. Tempor-1  ary locations, however, have already  been secured by most of those con-,  corned, and it is undorstood that steps  are being taken to rebuild as quickly  as possible.  The Baymer. block was completed in  1909 by the late Aid. H. W. Baymer,'  to    replace    an old wooden structure  which formerly occupied the site.   O   Business Men Meet to  Discuss Fire  A number of business men and oiti  aens met together Monday morning in  the Board of Trade room to discuss '  conditions , arising out of the recent  disastrous fire. Tho meeting was more  or less informal, but it served to provide/ an opportunity forthe voioing of  various opinions concerning the fire,  and the desirability of taking more  adequate .precautions to prevent another such disaster. The greatest  sympathy was expressed for those who  had Buffered lost, in the fire, und ) articular ly for Mrs. Baymer and family,  who had loat almost all they posfxws-  ed, and had barely escaped with their  live*. The fin* character and public  spirit. of the late Aid. Baymer .vas recalled, and it was felt that if onlv out  of respect for the memory of a valued  citizen | who had done so muoh for Kolowna during his long residence here,  some steps should be takes to assist  Mrs. Baymer and family, and to reinstate them in the business in whioh  they were earning a livelihood.  The following i resolution was curried  unanimously: "That the citizens and  business men of Kelowna desire to  express our sincere' regret and Sympathy with the different individuals  and firms suffering loss from the disasA  trous fire on Sunday morning, and  hope that eaoh land all of them will  decide to remain in Kelowna and to  resume business in their several lines.  They are all men that this community  can' ill spare, being very desirable  citizens and good business men, and  very active in good works fc. sonnet-  W.D. Harvey Passes Away  Friday  The death took place last Friday at his residence on Bernsrd  Ave., of William Duncan Harvey,  a highlv-respected citizen of Kelowna for many years. Mr. Harvey,  who had reached the advanced  age of 76 yeare, had, been in failing health for some lime past, although he had been able to be  about, and was a familiar figure  on the street on fine days, especially at boat time, he being fond of  making his way down to thewhaif  to witness the arrival and departure of passengers and lo meet  with friends for whom he always  had a pleasant word.  About a month ago he caught a  severe cold which later developed  into pneumonia, causing his death  after some days of great suffering.  The funeral took place Sunday  afternoon, and was attend, d by a  very large gathering of people  fiom all over the district. 1 he pall  bearers were Mayor Jour s, Dr.  Gaddes, and Messrs W. R. Trench,  D. Leckie, Chas. Faulkner, and  Chas. Downing, all of whom had  known the deceased back in Saskatchewan. There were numerous  floral tributes. The services were  conducted by the Revs. A. Dunn  and E. D. Braden.  Deceased, who came of Scotch  parentage, waa born in 1840 near  Hamilton, Ont., and followed the  business of a farmer there until  1883, when he joined the tide of  settlement which had begun to  move westward, and settled near  Sintaluta, Sask. He had some hard  struggles in those early days, but  finally his patient woik was rewarded and prosperity hegan to  smile upon him. In the spring of  1907, his family having grown up  and the boys begun to leave the  old home In seek their own fortunes, he was persuaded to come  to Kelowna to enjoy a well-earned  rest after his labors.  He is survived bv his wife and  a family of four sons and six daughters. William is wilh the B. C.  Growers in Kelowna, James is on  the engineering staff of the Vernon power houae, John is farming  in Alberta, whilst Charles is at  Shorncliffe with the motor transport service. Of the daughters,  Maggie, Ethel, Winnie and Nettie,  are in Kelowna, and two are n.ar-  ried, Mrs. A. B. Lnlimtr, of Can-  more, Altc and Mrs. S. J. Cunie,  of New Westminster. All were  present at the funeral.  Floral tributes were given by lhe  following: His daughters nnd sons,  Ml. and Mrs. J. Harvey, snr., Mr.  and Mrs. A. B. Latimer, Mr. nnd  Mrs. J. Harvey, jnr., D. Leckie aid  family, Mrs. and Miss Perry, Mr.  and Mrs. B. McDonald, Rebeliah  Lodge, I.O.O.F. Lodge, office slaffa  of B.C. Growers and B.C.Evaporators, employees B. C. Growers,  o   Mr. R. Atkins was r.moved Itst  week to hospital suffeiing fiom intestinal disorders and is at picient  in a critical condition.  tion with the advancement land welfare  of this community. We would especially mention our sincere sympathy  with Mrs. Baymer, who has lost every  thing, including her home, and would  commend her condition to thesympnth-  etic consideration of all in this community."  The fire brigade came in for. much  commendation for the splendid work  they had done in fighting the fire, and  it waa' resolved "That the thanks of  this meeting be tendered to the Kelowna Fire Brigade for their successful  efforts .in controlling the disastrous  fire in the Baymer block, under the  'very adverse conditions of high wind  and the exteneive grip the lire had attained before it was discovered."  A good deal of discussion also took  place as to fire fighting equipment  needed, and the'meeting was assured  that the lcity council.! waB attending to  this matter.  The desirability of having a night  watchman for tbe' oity was also discussed, and the wisdom of having  dropped the practice of employing such  a man was very muoh questioned. It  was ��� pointed out that the cost when  spread over a large number of business houses would be very small in  comparison with the loss of projierty  which might'be prevented.  Representatives of the different business firms involved in the firo were  present, and all were unanimous in  their    praise of the work of the    Ere  __________ PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER and,,  KELOWNH RECORD  Published tvary Thursday at Kelowne,  Briti A Columbia  JOHN L*EATMLEY  Editor and Proprietor  subscription bates  ��� 1.50    per    vt'��r;    7fi<\,    six    month*.   I'tilled  st...(,>- 60 ivntri additional.  All tubicrlotiona payable in advnone  Bubtarlban at the regular rat* can have  ���xtra papan mailed to frlendi at a dixtntice  at  HALF RATE, I.e.. 75 mat* per v��ar.  Thia ape'-inl privilege ������ trrnnUd tor tbe  i.iif.iii-m of nilvertininit the rilv  'mil district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE  NOTICES.* PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC..  .5 rente oer column Inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 dava, $5-  fid davi 17.  WATBB NOTICES���10 for live |n*erUon��.  LEGAL   AllVERTISINO-Ftwt    Inaertion.    It'  runti   per   line;   part)   eubnenuent  Itwertioi  cente  ner   line.  CLASSIFIED    ADVERTISEMENTS -2 OMtl  per  word     firet  Ineertion.   1   rent  per  word  eai'lt lubBettuent ineertion.  display   advertisements - Two lootus  and under. fiO cente per inch first Inerrtlnn  over two incliee 40 cente per inch lirwt in  UTtloni    20 cente per inch each itibeauuent  I near t ton.  All clianuee in t-ontract ndvcrtleetnentg mi  be in the hamln of lhe printer bv Tuesday  evuninif to enuure publication in the next  iieue.  GILLETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  i.  0 discharged    ..ill have six month*  f/ipfc    Tftf wn'cn to be refcs&en on the strength  Tlie disastrous fire which occurred last Sunday morning cam.,  an almost uncanny corroboration  and support of the hint given tu  the city that greater " prepare,  ness" in tlie matter of fire-fighting  appliances was an urgent nece*  sits. It is true that previous to Sun  day at any rate, in spite of tin  numerous outbreaks which have  occurred, few of our files have attained any magnitude, and, generally speaking, they have all been  controlled and extinguished without any great danger to surrounding property or the city   at   large.  Thanks for this are due to the  fact that from its first real org ini-  zition some years ago, we have  had a brigade which has thrown  itsalt enthusiastically into its woik  without any thought of person.il  sacrifice, and which has attained a  proficiency which tew towns of  this size can boast. But when we  look back over the fires which  h.ive occurred during the last year  or two, we must admit lhat luck  has been largely on our side. Absence of high wind or some other  fortunate condition has prevented  more serious consequences, and  the" if" has been big enough to  give us a false sense ot security.  Splendid an the Fire Brigade has  always been, however, they can  not perform the impossible.  Though an energetic body of men  can do wonders with even a primitive equipment, their limitations  are made very obvious when they  have to face a conflagration of the  magnitude of the last one. We  tremble lo think what might have  happened had one or more of the  smaller fires caused by the flying  sparks developed into more serious ones when all the available  force and equipment was needed  to cope with the terrible raging  furnace in the Raymer Block,  Who would have handled another  one and with what ? The lose of  property was bad enough as it was,  but only by the nearest hair's  breadth did we escape an infinitely  greater one.  We have no intention of pointing out faults in the present equipment or even suggesting what further appliances should be provided. That can be better done by  those who have given .thought and  study to the question. But we would  like to emphasize the fact that  great as is the present need for  economy, to skimp in such a direction is dangerous to a degree.  Does Church Union Mean  Giving Up Rights  oi Congregation?  Thore has been a greatly renewed  agitation going on in the papers lately on tho subject of "Church Union,"  and in view ol this the following explanation ofsouic of theiBfilient points  will no doubt interest local ohurch  goers.'  When Church Union comes, will the  old calling systodi disappear, or will  present relationships between minister  and congregations be interrupted'  Both will bo conserved. The utmost  caro will bo'taken in every department  of tho work, to retain tho practices  now prevailing in tho different der.nm  mations.  What is the'arrangement proposed?  Congregations or ministers ilarriring n  change, apply, through the Presbytery  to the Settlement CoDunitto*. Th*  changes sought will ordinarily be made  nt the end of tho Church or Conference  rar.  In anticipation of n vacimry at fie  end of the year a congregation may  call or invite any mlnintir of th.  Church, nnd may r-.lbinlt < Iho." mime*  if their first requ.it jir.not he p uit-  ed  If it is found impossible to isBue the  matter at the end of tho year, u lur-  thor period not yet fixed will be allowed during which a call may be  issued.  But to guard againBt long and injurious vacancies, if a congregation  fails to take action at the end of this  further period, tho Settlement Committee is empowered to make an appointment. But as at the end of any  year application may bo made for a  change, this appointment, if unsatisfactory to cither party, may then  come up for review.  If on account of death or some other  emergency, a vacancy occurs during  the year, Presbytery shall'confer with  the charge and may thereafter arranger  a supply to the end of tha year.  It is important to remember that  existing arrangements will not b* interfered with. Though a way of  making such change* as are neoosaary  iB provided,' it is expressly staled that  there is to be no time limit to the  pastorate.  Tho whole arrangement <n thoroughly  democratic. The Settlement Committee Ib the servant of'ministers and  congregations' desiring readjustments  of relationship, and is expressly enjoined to comply as far as possible  with the wishes of all parties oouoern-  ed.  Th* ideal that, is contemplated in  the BasiB of Union is the continuous  supply of avcry pastoral charge, ant)  the continuous employment of every  effective minister. Pastoral relationship will continue as long as they am  mutually' satisfactory.  Kelowna Troop  Troop First j Self Last  November  Orders by command for week ending  November 4th, 1916.  DUTIF.Si-Ordorly Patrol lor week,  Beavers.  PARADES:- The Wolves, Otters,  Kangaroos, and Beavers will parade  at the Club Boom oniTuosday tho 7th  inst., at 7.15. The Curlews, Eagles,  and Wood Pigeons will parade at the  same timo and place on Wednesday,  November 8th. The combined Tfoop  will parade at the same place on Saturday, November'11th, ati2.30 p.m  Scouts, the first time I wrote this  column I commented upon our motto,  and trusted'that we would all live up  to it. The Acting Commissioner, also  commented upon it while herejand toM  you that it waB one of the, finest  Scout mottos he had ever met. But  he also milled our attention to th*  fact that we were rnot' living up ;to it.  So, Scouts, let us try hard from this  on to improve ourselves for the sake  ot the Scout brotherhood.  I am sure all of us who had the  pleasure' of meeting' Mr. Heneag* must  have been greatly struck with the  great interest which he takes In our  work. He brought home to ,us many  truths i about ourselves as Scouts, and  showed that we can improve. His  appeal to the Patrol leaders to be  leaders in more tnan name, I trust  will bear fruit.' After the meeting of  Patrol Leaders on Monday night, he  expressed himself as highly satisfied  with the Scouts who had lieen given  the responsibility of leading their  Patrols.  The slacker's "Day" has dawned:  Instructions are hereby given that all  slackers must repass th. Tcndcrfo i  test by the end of the year, and Second Class tests by the 31st of January, under'penalty of being discharged  if   unable   to do so,     Slaokers   once  but in any event cannot be retaken on  the strength until r the next oamp.  stringent ruling, perhaps, but the Com  miBsioner says, "Better thirty���yes fifteen���real Scouts, than forty halfhearted ones." Kelowna Tfoop must  advance, and must win the Lieutenant-  Governor's shield.  Mr. Heneago's visit did us a lot   of  good, and personally: I learnt a great  deal about the Scout .brotherhood and  am prouder than ever that I belong.  0  Tho trade and commerce department  at Ottawa haB received from the committee on financial facilities for trade  appointed by tho British Board of  Trade a memorandum outlining the  committee's, recommendations lor a  trade bank ,for tho Empire. '  Broken Windows  Are Expensive  Now that the cold weather i. coming  on it is real economy lo hove all broken panes made good. It means leu  fuel to burn, greater comfort, and  fewer doctor's bills.  We carry a large stock of glass and  can mend windows on short notice.  Storm Sash  will add much to the comfort of your  home during the winter month..  Furniture, Fruit Ladders,  Sash and Doora  REPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  One door south of Fireball.   Phone 312  Peelers  Wanted  B.C. Evaporators, Ld.  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.       Delivery prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES        ���    . ��� Muaging.Dir.cior  >____.  Thc manager of the Apple Evaporator is now ready to  buy all good culled apples, fallen, bruised, scabby or  otherwise.  This is an industry which means money found for the  rancher, and as every industry is an asset to the city, it  is up to you Mr. Rancher to say whether these home  industries shall thrive' or have to close up for lack of  material.   Rush in your culls���any quantity.  The Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Corner Ellis Street and Cawston Avenue.  Up to date no less than 644 , employees of the British Columbia Division of the Canadian Pacific Railway  have enlisted for'active servioe.  Four hundred and seventy men are  employed in the mines of the Sandon  district against about a hundred at  this time two years ago, according to  D. A. McClelland, rece'ver for Sandon  city. ���  to Snbcstors  THOSE WHO,  FROM TIME TO TIME,  HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING  INVESTMENT,  MAY  PURCHASE AT PAR  DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN SUMS OF $500 OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF.  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free  of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent  per annum from the date of purchase.  Holders of this, stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and  accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any., allotment  made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of  Treasury Bills or other like short date security.  Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications  for this stock which bear their stamp.  For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCa, OTTAWA,  OCTOBER 7th, 191*.  YOU will just love to hear the humming of the sewii  machine a-working the new Fall and Winter Out  you need if you come in and get your Dress Goods ar  Trimmings from us. We shall help you select the Shadr  and Trimmings to " match," so there will be no discor  Dressing well is an art. We keep the Best bul sell It for Le  Priestley's All-  Wool Serge  and Gabardine Dress Lengths  $10 to $13.50  Bed Comforters  Prepare for these chilly nights  with extra bed covering. We  have them as low as $2.25 in  nice soft "kumfy " coverings.  Also the better kinds.  Men's Work  Gloves  in lined or unlined, from the  50c saranac up to the all  Horsehide in " Asbestol" tan  at $1.75. You will find every  good kind in our stock. Note  the little price tickets attached to them.  We are daily adding to our  stock all kinds of Underwear,  Sweater Coats, Hosiery, &c,  to make our stock as complete as it is possible to get it  Priestley's All-  Wool Crepe  Dress Lengths,  in   assortc  colourings  $6.5  Fancy Silk and Crepe Dre  Goods in plain and floral pi  terns, by the yard, at 75c, 6!  and $1 the yard. Twe��  Dress Goods from 35c up  $1 the yard.  Velvet  eens  Plain or Corded in a ntf  range of colourings.  Fancy or Plain Silks in  the leading shades at exce  tionally low prices.  You w  have to see these to appj  ciate their splendid values.  Full ttock ofitandard  pattern  New Arrivals in Ou  Crockery Dept.  Brown Teapots in Plain & Fancy, all sizes in stock..40c up to 85  Glass Berrv Dishes in two sizes, heavy quality ...at 35c and 5(  Heavy Glass Tumblers at  60c doze  Glass Cream Pitchers at  25c eac  Glass Sugars, with cover at  35 eac  Glass Butters  40 eac  Glass Sugar Shakers at.....    250 681!  In Our Grocery Dept  Eat Beans  Meat is expensive. Beans ate  the best substitute. They will  keep you in perfect physical  condition.  Clark's Pork & Beans "baked"  in tomato sauce 10c tin  Alymer Baked Beans in tomato sauce in 2-lb. sizes..20c  Heinz Baked Beans in tomato  sauce at 15c and 25c  Self-rising Pancake Flour,  in 4-lb. packages  35c  English Ground  Rice, ih  I-lb. tins.  Quick Tapioca Pudding in  assorted flavorings...2 for 25c  Beans for Bakinf  in White, Brown and Limi  All hand  picked  and vei  even in aize.  Mincemeat  that tickles the palate. "Ole  English    WagstafFe."     5-P  tins Special 7  Fancy Table Golden Syri  in 2-lb. glass jars.  Pride of Canada Map1  Syrup in quarts and half-ga  Ion tins.  Pure and Sweet Pickanim  Baking Molasses, in IJ-I  tins at   1  Watch Our Qrocery Window for Saturday Special*  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  THE CASH STORE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1��1��  KELOWNA   KSCOM  PAGE TftBBB  Waists on Sale This Week  at $195  New and smart Waists in Muslin, Organdie, Voile and Silk.jire  being offered this week at this attractive price. Many styles  are here and the opportunity to purchase at this time should  not be missed.  $2.95  Special Prices in Women's  Swb ~ $1975  Numerous styles in Women's Winter Suits are being shown this  week at this remarkable reduced price. Make your selection  as soon as possible while the showing is at ita best $19.75  Phone 361  rCelov  COAL  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $10.50  Princeton Lump $7.50 Princeton Nut $6.50  TERM? CASH  Phone  66  W.HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Do Not  Procrastinate!  Buy your winter  stock of  Blankets, Eiderdown  Qyilts and Bedding  Requirements NOW  We have a large stock purchased before the war which we are selling at the  old prices.  Kelowna Furniture Company  Wanted  Buggies, Democrats  Single Work Wagons, Double Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  ..  Mrs. Soady and her son left (or  the old country a few days ago.  Mayor J. W. Jones left Monday  on a visit to the coast.  Manager Jackson of the Okanagan United Growers was in town  Tuesday.  Mrs. O'Neill left Saturday for  California^ where she will spend  the winter.  Miss Mary Gibbs went up to  Vernon Tuesday to bid farewell to  a friend in the I58t!i battalion.  An auction sale is being held  Saturday at the home of Mr. C. W.  Jones, corner of Bernard Avenue  and Ethel Street. Mr. Jones will  will shortly leave for Portland,  Oregon.  New enlistments this week are  Jack Winnowing, who has joined  the Foresters, and Henry Russell  Hamilton, who goes with the Army  Medical Corps.  Mr. Geo. Meikle left Monday for  Vancouver to make arrangements  for the purchase of a new stock to  replace the one burnt out in lhe  Laweon Co.'s fire. From Vancdu  ver he will proceed directly to  Winnipeg and Montreal.  The regular monthly meeting o  the W!C.T.U. will be held at the  home of Mrs. Rogers on Bernard  Avenue, on Thursday, November  9th, at 3 p.m. The Rev. E. Braden  will address (he meeting. Special  music will be rendered. A cordial invitation is given to everyone.  The Women's Auxiliary of the  Church of England are arranging  for a novel form of entertainment  for Saturday afternoon, November  4th, at Mrs. Crawford's residence  in Parkdale. A " white elephant  tea," it is hoped, will give everyone  a chance of disposing of many  articles which have ceased to be  of use or attraction to themselves,  but would find a cherished home  with someone else. Bring along  your white elephants, the more  varied the merrier, and exchange  them for the modest sum of 25c.  Tea will also be served for 25c  and a hearty welcome and amus  ing afternoon is assured to all. It  is hoped by the W.A. to raise" a  goodly sum to help meet the winter  expenses of the church.  Domihic Jack, with his wife  Louisa, Indians from over the lake,  and another lady of the same persuasion named Azelle Simpson,  were in trouble last week in the  city. Notwithstanding the restrictions of the law on the matter,  they managed to get a generous  supply of fire-water which ihev  inbibed with dire results. The two  ladies were discovered Wednesday evening in the Woodlawn district, sitting by the roadside and  making the night hideous with the  Siwash equivalent for singing.  They also quarrelled and rent the  air with indiscriminate vituperation. The neighbours objected and  phoned'for the police, and they  were transported in a buggy to the  lockup. Later Mr. Jack was added  to the collection, also the worse  for his' indulgences. Brought before the magistrate Dominic had  to pay $20 and costs and his wife  $10 and costs. Miss Azelle Simpson was found to be an old offender and was sent up for a couple of  months.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  Mr. L. Hsyes returned from the  coast Thursday.  Miss Datie Leckie is visiting  friends al Summerland ihis week  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith, of the  K.I..O. bench left this week on  their way to the old country.  Miss Paul, of the public school  was a visitor to Peachland last  week-end.  Mr. Paul Miller, of Vernon, was  in town for a few days this week  repairing the telephone cable which  had been melted in places by the  terrific heat from the Lawson fire.  The family of the late W. D.  Harvey desire to thank the many  friends for their kind sympathy  and assistance during their recent  bereavement.  Mr. H. Chesbro, local assistant  horticulturist for the district, acted  with Mr. P. French as judges of  the Summerland Fair.  Messrs. J. F. Burne, R. B. Kerr  and E. C. Weddell are all away on  legal business at the Vernon assizes which are being held this  week.  The name of Pte. David Mcintosh appears this week amongst  the list of killed from Kelowna,  but up to the present we have not  been able lo discover any particulars concerning him.  Equal Franchise  Starts Winter  At a meeting of the Kelowna  Equal Franchise League last Thursday, a hearty vote of thanks was  given to the electors of British Col.  umbia who passed Woman Suf  frage. The League elected the  following ladies and gentlemen as  committee 1916-17: Mrs. Fisher  Mrs. Gore, Mrs. Kerr (secretary),  Mrs. Macready, Mrs. McLennan,  Mr. R. C. Mathie, Mrs. Pitcaim  Mr. C. E. Weeks, Mrs. Whitehead  Resolutions were passed (I)  In favor of giving a married mother equal rights with the father in  the custody and guardianship of  her children; (2) In favor of  amending the law which allows a  man to leave his wife and children  penniless by willing all his property to others; and (3) In favor of  abolishing the property qualifies-  tion, which is without precedent in  Great Britain and the United States,  of a candidate for the office of  School Trustee in British Columbia.  Special Offer of  Palm Olive Goods  For the month  of November  \Y/iTH each purchase of  a package  T��   of Cold Cream. Vanishing Cream  or Face Powder at the regular price of  50c, wa will give  Three Cakes of  Palm Olive Soap  We will alto give the men one cake of  Palm Olive Soap with each stick of  Shaving Soap for  25c  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Men Wanted for the Navy  The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer  Reserve, wants men (or immediate service Overseas, in  the Imperial Royal Navy  Candidate! must be ions of  natural born British subjects  and be from 18 to 38 years  of age.  A decided economy in fuel consumption ia  effected by using nickelied steel in  McClar/s  m^BtldH oven- ** attrac*s and hold's the  ��� VJ Jt heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer. ���  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  ���Kw��mva&^^  We have just received a carload of  well -assorted  VEHICLES  manufactured by the Grey Campbell Co., Ltd., of Chatham, Ontario  Your early inspection of these goods is invited  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  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.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  to Christmas  Don't leave your PHOTOGRAPH till the last minute  The Best, Easiest  and Cheapest Gift  to send is a photograph.  Come in any time and see  our new styles  Appointments made to suit  your convenience  Phone 199  Hudson, Stocks & Co.  JAPAN RICE  6c per lb. (the superior quality)  RICE BRAN  IJc per Ib.  an ecoonomical  food   for  the chickens)  The Japanese Store  Lcqp Ave., Kelowna  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering  business, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implements and Household Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal, It means  better results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should see or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195. R..id.nc. .1  Kelown.. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. G. W. CUNNINGHAM  Pendozi Street, is acting  aa  agent in  Kelowna and will make  all  arrangements for the conducting ot sales  1,1 I   '"Il If   IIISJIR.M PAGE FOUE  KELOWNA   UCCOU  { WANTED! )  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE-Ford c.r, $300. Everything  in   good   running    order. Apply   D.  Leckie. 44tf  PRIVATE SALE OF FURNITURE .t  Mr.. (Daley's, Be.cl. Avenue, from 10 to  12 daily. i  FOR SALE, .bout 70 Berkshire pedigreed  young sows and hoars, from 3 to 5  months old, and brood sows, also thr..  m.res and one horse. Apply J. L. Prid-  h.m, Box 49, Kelown.. 48tf  FOR SALE-About eight ton. of clover  h.y. ��. Gray, Okanagan Mission.   49-0p  POR   SALE-Second-hand    democrat  first-class  condition.   Only  $25. Apply  Kelowna Implement Co. 49tl  FOR SALE, cheap, 2 safe., I typewriter,  2 ribbon cases, I small ware. ca.e, I  high desk, 6-day clock, vinegar barrel.,  Indian Motor cycle, almo.t n.w. J. F,  Fumerton At Co. 50tf  FOR SALE, a few cow., fresh calved  (Hol.tein end Jer.ey). Apply S. T.  Elliotr, Rutl.nd. 50-1 p  STRONG secondhand set Heavy Team  Harness in excellent condition. Only  $25.    Kelowna Implement Co., Ld.   50p  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, middle-aged Wom.n for gen-  eral housework.   Small family.   Apply  Mrs. J. Morrison, R. R. No. I, Kelown.  44tf  GIRL WANTED for light housework. Ap  ply Mrs. A. Wigglesworth, Rutland,  50-2p  A meeting of the Fire Rrigada  was held Tuesday evening in the  (ire hall, when Messrs. D. Lloyd-  Jones and G. S. McKenzie, as a  committee from the meeting of  business men held Monday morr-  tendered a resolution of thanks to  the Brigade which had been passed there. Aldermen Sutherland  and Millie were present and a-  greed to meet a committee of the  Brigade to consider what further  fire-fighting appliances should be  procured.  The Brigade desire to thank all  those who helped them during the  fire, and also those who supplied  hot tea and coffee, and the council  who provided breakfast for the  boys at the Lakeview.  TO RENT  HOUSE TO RENT. Furnished, eight  rooms with bath, on Bernard Avenue.  $15 per month. Apply Harvey cc Duggan.                                                   48tf  FOR RENT - Four-roomed Cottage on  Sutherland Avenue, close to school and  church.   P.-o. box 357 or Phone 54.  49-lp  TO RENT, modern 6-roomed house, hot  water heating. Desirable location. Apply G. A. Fisher, Box (29, City.     49tf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 acre  of land in Saskatchewan. Property  fenced, running water, good transportation, part plowed, fair build  ings, for small fruit farm. What of  fern.    Apply Box 254 Kelowna,     4Gtf  WANTED, Pasture Land, suitable for  dairy. Write paoticulars to P.O. Box  492. 50p  SACKS���Seven and a-half cents in cash  for good stout second hand sakca. Must  be without holes. Sacks with small  holes, well patched with aack material  accepted. Deliver at our Feed Store.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange^       50 I  WANTED, a shack, suitable for stable.  State particulars to P.O. Box 317, Kel-  owna. 5 Op  Ladies    Winking    to   Order  SP1RELLA    CORSETS  can meet  MRS. J. II. OAVIK3  on Saturday    of each week, or    *By  in Room No.  1. Oak Hall block, between the hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  Peelers and Trimmers  v, anted at once at the Apple F.va-  porator. Men, women, boys or  girls.   Apply NOW.  W. B. M. CALDER, Mngr.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  | KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows :  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���    Westbank 9.30 a.m , 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY 8c SATURDAY  Leaoes Kelotcna II a.m.  Leaoes Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone 108 or Phone 100  As the boat was pulling into  Kelowna yesterday a passenger  who was on his way to Penticton,  missed hia rooting and (ell down  the stairway striking his head. It  was thought at first he had fractured his skull and was taken to the  hospital where his injuries were  attended lo, they being fortunately  not so bad as at first feared.  Mr. Neil Gregory received word  during the week of the death, at  Oak Bay, Victoria, of his uncle,  Senator Macdonald, at the age of  84. He was one of the early pioneers of the province, coming out  from England 65 years ago, in a  500-ton sailing ship which took  six months for the voyage. His  father was Major Alexander Mac  donald, of the Isle of Skye, who  served through the Napoleanic  wars with great distinction. After  a varied activity in Victoria he was  c ilied to the senate in 1870, retiring  three or four years ago. He is  survived by three sons, all of whom  are officers in the present war,  three daughters and four grandchildren.  Correspondence  Editor, Kelowna Bseord,  Dear i Sir,���It ia with.a deep sens* ot  gratitude that we think ol the-amy  expressions of sympathy and goodwill  that have come to us in connection  with our great loss ri>y fire Inst Sunday. We have decided to iraurne busi-  ��� at'an! early data, and have rented premises in the Hewstsoa-Maatls  block. Some merchandise is already  on thu road, and ether shipments will  follow as soon as purchased.  Thanking ojir fellow -itit ����� tor their  kind words of sympathy, and yiri, sir,  lor! inserting t this not* ol tatnks,  We are, your, ainosrsly,  THOS. I.AWSON. I id  SSSSSSSSSS iS mS' I   I   I   I  I   I   I   IH  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C  Mrs. Raymer and family desire;  publicly to express their very deep  gratitude to all who have readily  helped them in tha disaster which  has overtaken them, especially to  those who assisted in their escape  from the burning building; to  those who generously offered them  temporary shelter and hospitality,  and to those who thoughtfully supplied them with clothing. Alto  they with to thank the Fire Brigade  and the City Council and the business men, for their prompt a*m<  pathy, which they are pleaaed to  note it no doubt also an expression of appreciation for their late  fellow citizen.  LAND REGISTRY  ACT  Section 24  In the matter of an application for duplicate certificates of title number 6972a  and 8973a inner, to John HL Eatt and Andrea G- Bjorn respectively each for an  undivided half interest in Lot Two Thousand Three Hundred and Thirty-Seven  (2337), Group One (I), Osoyoos Division  of Yale  District.  Notice is hereby given that it is my intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of first publication hereof  to issue duplicate certificates of title covering the above land to John H. East and  Andres G. Bjorn respectively, unleas in  the meantime I shall receive valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 4th day of October, A.D.  1916.  C. H. DUNBAR,  47-51 District Registrar  Auction Sale  Being instructed by Mr. C. W.  JONES, I will sell, without re-  serve, at his residence, corner  of Bernard Av. and Ethel St., on  SATURDAY, Nov, 4th, the following goods:  Extra Marc, 4-year-old, good worker and  driver, weight 1300 lbs.; Fine Cow, part  Jersey and Durham, 4-year-old; 12 purebred white Wyandotte pullets and cockerel; Horse blanket, For'-s and Shovels, oak  Writing Desk, 3 Saw,a oak Chiffonier, 2  iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses, revolving office chair, lot of Blankets, Pillows,  Qnilts, Bed Linen, 12 pure-bred Barred  Rocks and cockerel, 2 young sows, Express  wagon, nearly new, set Single Harness,  new, collar and breast pad, new Wringer,  wash tubs and board, Eureka stone chum,  glass daisy chum, lot of granite milk pails,  some boxes of good eating apples, large  quantity ot canned fruits, jams and jellies  of every variety, several sacks of good  Potatoes. No reserve, goods almost new.  Sale starts at 2.  E. G. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willir.'B Block   ���   Kelotcna. B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed  his teaching classes and will  leceive   pupils   as   before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  C. H. KERR, Auctioneer  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.8oc.CE.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surocyor  Surveyn .nd Reports un Irnsstion Work*  Ap plications for W.tci Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C,  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P, 0. Box 106 Prion. s��  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.K.K.  Gives lessons in  Voice Production & Singing  100, Graham Street, AI., Kelotcna  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate. Furnished lor .11 cl.sses  nf work  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81   Phone 5705  Kelowna, B.C.  In  Presbyterian  Church  Friday, November 10  FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY  The Royal Gwent  Welsh Singers  The Finest Chorus of Male Voices in .Existence  Winners of the Highest Honors at  the National Eisteddfod in Wales  Admission One Dollar  **W  |^IW0��-T0-��tASuRI TAIUMUW  You are cordially  Invited  to inspect our new  Fall and Winter fabrics for suits and overcoats.  We give you a wider  choice of weights,  patterns, styles and  colors than any ordinary tailor offers, and  the garments made to  your individual taste,  will give you splendid  satisfaction.  The prices are surprisingly low. Why  not drop in today?  THURSDAY. NOVEMBER fed, IM*  1   I   IIIUI.I  L  I  ,    ���     IIUBr���MSBE���  Auction Sale  - on Saturday, November 4th, at  the First Cottage on Giaham  Street, just off Bernard Ave., at 2  A lot of Household Good., including  Cook Stove and Franklin Histsi. AU  nice ud cl..n. TERMS CASH  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctionwr  SYNOPblfl Of COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal miniag rights of the  in Manitoba, Sashatehswsa .ad Altar-  te, tU Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, sad in �� portioa ��l  the Proviso, of British Coluatbia, asp  be mteet for . term ol tn  years at an annual rental of |1 aa  acre. Not more thaa 2,800  will be leased to oar- appliosat.  Applications for the lease must ha  made by the appliosat ia panoa to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distdst  ia which the right, applied (or are  ���itoated.  Ia survsyed territory, the laad aast  be described by Motions, or legal sob-  division, of Motion., and  sd territory the tract applied ior  shall   be' slaked out by ths  Eaoh applicatioa must be  paaied by a he of 16 whieh will be  refunded if the right applM for ass  aot available, but aot otewrwias, A  royalty shall be paid oa the raerohl  able output ol the mine at the raUaf  five osats per tea.  Ths persoa operatiag the mine stall  furnish the agent with sworn ret  accounting Ior the full qusaaHy al  rnerehaatable coal mined and pay the  royalty tawsoa. II the r  right, are not beiag operated, sash  return. sUall be furnished at  a ye,r.  Tke lease will inolude the coal asia-  iaf rights only, but ths 1.  be permitted to purehass  available surfaoe right. mBy be  ssdered aeosssary for the work** tt  the miae at the rate of tie aa a***-  For full information applteattea  should be made to tke ..ntutaiy tt  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Ageat or Sub-Agsat  of Dominion land..  W. W. COST,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B. -Unautborired DubUoailosj ol  this sdvtrtieeawat will not be pall lor-  Do We Feature  Confectionery?  WES, we sure do feature Confectionery in our  business. We get Confectionery in often and  consequently we get it fresh. Our Christmas stock  will aoon be here which will include mady fancy  boxes of the famous G. B. Chocolates���Special  Christmas packages for mailing to boys at tbe front  Ganong Bros. Chocolates and Cowan'a  Milk Chocolates in bulk. Pail goods of  specially fine assortments to sell at 30e  per pound, and paila and pails of other  good mixtures to sell, even cheaper than  that which will be popular for Christmas  entertainment sweets.  Yes, yes, we feature Confectionery.   Better come  in and look us over.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Phone 214 Our motto: " Quality and Service "  ItlS ,  This Twist "~  Plus the Alaaka .relented intolookinj i  shown in the barter, alas the strtag aarsllsa Soassaa est  th. wordy hslirsl s|iriags at each aad,ths> sashes ths  ALASKA  SPRING  (CUsJAltTUD MOT TO BAMtfiB BSDDIItC W AMY VAT)  so saauh sayiilsr la basyaas cosatWiaad darehOity la tay waste  wire sssluj ��� has asas thsagh jemmmmj the snate la asMst ���Jits  ���teeWeiaieroad adjustable corner ssstiaf. (peMaleayli.il fee) ta.su s  aurcneth, rigidity, and aoennte fit oa any bed. SjTaar Isslsr sefl.  Ale qsrlag or will jet it ii yaa ask E ilhraaiM.  THK AUSKA BEDDING CO, UMTTtD  WANTED  Three Tons of White Potatoes; and  Five Tons of Small Pickling Onions.  well cured  Cash on delivery for sound stock  Occidental Fruit Compy., Ltd. - Ellis Street  Thos. Lawson  = LIMITED  Temporary Premises in the  Hewetson - Mantle Block  Phone 21S  The disastrous fire of Sunday morning has  left us without merchandise, but our Mr. C.  Meikle is already purchasing a fresh supply,  some of which will be on sale next week.  We expect to have a fairly well assorted  stock within two weeks.  Quality and Service will  still be our motto  MP  __


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