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 LCosniani  victema. w*  VOL. XI.  NO. 38  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 7, 1919.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  City Council Sits  in Regular Session  Special Committee Looking  After Peace Celebration  At the city eouncil meeting on  Monday Aid. Meikle reported on  behalf of the Peace Celebration  committee that arrangements had  been made with the War Veteran's  Association to send out cards inviting their members to participate  in the parade to the Park on the  morning of the 14th, and tha clerk  had been instructed to invite all  children in the district, through the  several boards of school trustees.  The committee had ordered 1000  bronze medals with a view to presenting one to each child who  takes.part in the celebration.  Aid. Rattenbury said he would  like to have an expression of opinion aa to the expediency of placing poles or posts in the centre of  the atreel at the intersection of  Bernard avenue and Pendozi street  and of Bernard avenue and Water  street, for the purpose of dividing  traffic. Serious accidents had only  ��� recently been narrowly averted  through the general practice of cutting corners by drivers of automobiles and other vehicles.  Many auggeations were offered  in regardto the matter, and it waa  finally arranged that Aid. Rattenbury ahould secure estimates of  cost of such poles and submit them  at the next meeting.  Aid. Lloyd-Jones reported that  the sewage disposal pipe had burat  on Richter street, but had been  repaired before any material damage had been done.  Mayor Sutherland suggested that  the chairman of the light and water  committee obtain a report from the  chief engineer as to the difficulties,  if any, of fitting all smoke stacks  with spark arresters, and the cost  of placing such an arrester on the  power houae smoke stack.  In reply to a letter to the C. N. R.  regarding the placing of the atation  on Bernard avenue, it was stated  that the matter was being referred  to the engineers' department.  F. Varney was appointed fireman at the power house to till the  vacancy created by the resignation  of J. Duncan.  CH.  Tennis Tournament  Now Proceeding  Representatives from Various  Valley Points in the Games  After an interval of four yeara  due to war conditions, tennis enthusiasts of the Okanagan have  once more tbe pleasure of witnessing the annual tournament of the  Okanagan Lawn Tennis Association, which is taking place this  week on the grounds of the Kelowna Club. In addition to the many  Kelowna players who are taking  part in the gamea, representatives  are present from Penticton, Vernon,  and Summerland.  Since the games started Tuesday  weather condition* have ben ideal  and the Club grounds, with the  handsome newlv modelled building and spacious verandahs have  been crowded with interested  spectators.  In addition to the original programme several handicap games  are being played.  Saturday afternoon will ot course  be the great day of the tournament  when the finals in the various games  will be played.  Visiting players from outside  points include Mr. and Mrs. Archibald, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and  Mr. and Mrs. Keown, of Penticton;  H. G. Crane, R. McNicoll, Miss  Scott Allan and H. C. DeBeck, of  Vernon ; P. G. Dodwell and Miss  Higgin, of Summerland; and Major  Swan of the C. N. R. engineers'  camp.  Jackson wrote complaining of the condition of Beach ave.,  and aaking that it be place in con-,  dition to allow vehicles to travel  along it.  The Jenkins Co. also pointed  out the almost impassable condition of the lane north of Bernard  ' avenue and west from Water st.  The Morrison ��� Thompson Co.  * applied for permission to place a  gasoline supply tank in front of  their store' on Bernard avenue, a  request whieh drew forth much  discussion regarding the advisability ot allowing such tanks  Where they would inrerfere with  traffic. Finally the application  was refused, the council laying  down the rule that no such installations be allowed on Bernard  avenue west of Pendozi street.  Aid. Mantle recommended the  placing of a telephone in the house  of the city foreman because as the  ' chairman of the board of works he  olten had great difficulty in getting  into touch with him. This was  ' agreed to and instructions given  accordingly.  A by-law was introduced and  given three readings fixing August  15th as the las date for payment  of delinquent taxes before the tax  sale.  Aid. Knowles reported that the  driveway in the city Park had now  been completed.  The Hon! W. McKenzie King  was elected yesterday as Liberal  leader at the national convention  at Ottawa.  Judgment in the famous Dead-  man's Island caae has finally been  {liven by Privy Council. Litigation  aating nearly twenty years ia thus  ended and a perpetual lease granted to the Vancouver Lumber Company, of which E. L. Kinman is the  chief stockholder, is held to be invalid.  Vihljalmur Steffansson, Arctic  explorer) will spend three months  of this summer at Glacier, during  which time he will write his book  on northern exploration.  Everything points to one of the most successful events  ever held in Kelowna, and every resident of the district  who can possibly get away from the cares of farm or business will be out next Wednesday and Thursday. The  big two-day Regatta and Flying Exhibition in itself will  furnish sufficient attraction to bring people from all parts  of the Valley, but in order to make a Peace Celebration  which Kelowna will remember for many years to come a  committee of the city council is cooperating with the  Regatta committee, and the Mayor has proclaimed a general civic holiday for Thursday the 14th.  A parade, led bv the city band, city council, Great War veterana,  and all other ex-service men, Boy Scouts, Cubs, and school children of  the district, will be formed at the public school building at 10 o'clock  Thursday morning and march to the Park where appropriate addreaaea will be delivered.  All the returned men of the district (including Okanagan Centre,  Westbank, and Peachland) have been invited to take a promirent  patt in the celebration. A special feature will be the presentation, by  Brig.-Gen. A. R. Harman, C.M.G.. D.S.O., to all tchool children, of the  diatrict of a Peace Medal to commemorate the close of the world war.  Fifth Annual Sweet  Pea Competition  The Fifth Annual Sweet Pea  Competition was held at the residence of Mr. Lysons, Ethel Street,  on Thursday, July 31st. Though  the number of exhibitors was leas,  the standard was rather higher  than in former years. There were  no less than eight competitors in  the class for six spikes, cream, any  variety, whilst thirteen bouquets  were on view. An excellent exhibit, not for competition, was put  by Mr. Alf. Notley.  The prizes were delivered by  Archdeacon Greene, at the close  of the day, when a vote of thanka  was tendered Messrs. Palmer &  Weeks, the judges, for the manner  in which they had carried out their  defies,, and to Mr. Notley for his  excellent exhibit.  Later the flowers were auctioned by Mr. Grote Stirling, the aum  of $40 being realized. This was  distributed between the Kelowna  Hotpital and the Anglican church.  Following are the prizewinners:  Class 1-4 varieties, 6 of each.  I, Mrs. Binger, 2, Mrs. Lysons,  3, Mrs. Chick.  Class 2���Bouquet of Sweet Peas.  I,  Mrs.   Lysons,   2.   Miss JB.  Thomson, 3, Mrs. Stirling.  Claas 3���Best Single Stem.  I, Mrs. Stirling, 2, Mesdames  Binger and Harrison (equal).  Claas 4���Best cream, six spikes.  I, Mrs, Leigh, 2, Miss ��. Thom-  Principal Gordon is  Leafing Public School  Many parents who have noticed  and appreciated the 'good work  Mr. J. Gordon has been doing for  the past four years as principal of  the Public School and in other  ways amongat the young people  generally, will learn with regret  that hia resignation haa been hand  ed to the School Board and that he  will not return to the achool after  the vacation. For the present in  deed, he is leaving the teaching  profession altogether, having accepted a poaition with the Dominion Canners.  Kelowna's Annual Regatta  and Peace Celebration Will  Take Place Next Week  His Worship the Mayor Has Proclaimed  Thursday, Aug. 14th a Civic Holiday  Want Cedar Creek  For Scouts' Camp  The meeting called by the executive of the Boy Scouts Association for Wednesday evening last  to consider some plan of securing  permanent control of the Cedar  Creek camping site, was very poorly attended, only four turning up.  It was decided hy those present,  however, that it would certainly be  in the best interests of the movement locally if Cedar Creek could  be secured while the opportunity  exists and the plan proposed in  this connection is that a few people who wish to obtain the use of  one of the best camping sites on  the lake for themselves* and also to  do the Boy Scouts a good turn, buy  the site.  The Boy Scouts and Cubs only  use the place for auch a short time  in the year, that if, aay, six or eight  people have the uae of the place  as well, there should be ample  opportunity for all to use the site.  At present there is $700 in sight  from four people. The site is  offered at $300 an acre, and it was  suggested that four acrea be taken.  Thia would give the actual flat on  which the boya camp and a yery  short distance up the canyon. Of  course, the further up the canyon  the better the site, so that if there  are four other friends of the scouts  who can furnish a similar"amount  of money the matter can be completed at once.  The plan is that the partiea furnishing the money retain a life interest in the property for camping  purposes and after their deaths it  reverts to the scouts absolutely.  Any of the Scout officials would  be very pleased to hear from anyone who ia interested in the scheme  immediately. A further meeting  will then be called of the parties  who are actually going to secure  the site, to go into the details of  the scheme.  Three mixed rowing fours will  add attraction to the regatta on  the first afternoon.  DeHart Leaves Land  Settlement Board  Following upon the agitation  raised locally regarding the connection of F. R. E. DeHart, local  member of the Provincial Land  Settlement Board, with the purchase by the Board of the Christian ranch property, an order in-  council waa paaaed last Friday  under which Mr. DeHart ceases to  be a member of the Board.  The government's action follows  an investigation into the manner in  which the Chriatian ranch was disposed of to the Land Settlement  Board.  It has been the policy of the  Board to deal only with actual  owners of land intended to be  purchased. In this case information  came to the government indicating  that the Christian ranch waa purchased from a third party on the  recommendation of Mr. deHart, at  a price considerably in advance of  the figure at which the owner granted the option to the third party.  In consequence of this procedure  which had been condoned by a  member of the Board, the cabinet  decided to dispense with the services of Mr. DeHart. It is stated,  however, that the government investigation proved that Mr. De-  Hart did not benefit financially  through the transaction which resulted in his dismissal.  Questioned regarding the matter  Mr. DeHart atatea emphatically  that he haa no apology to offer in  regard to the deal, which he declares waa perfectly open and legitimate so far aa he was concerned  and a good buy for the Land Settlement Board.  Mr. and Mra. Maynard, of Lethbridge, are at preaent spending a  holiday in Kelowna. Mr. Maynard  is a member of the office staff of  the Gait Coal Co.  The minister of trade and commerce haa announced that for the  preaent the export of hides and  leather ia prohibited eqcept under  license.  Mr. H. F. Rees, manager of the  Royal Bank, who haa been at the  coaat for some m'onths, returned  Saturday. He it now well on the  way to recovery from the serious  illness through which he haa  paaaed.  THC CORPORATION Or THE CITY OF KELOWJVA  CIVIC HOLIDAY  FOR THB PURPOSE OF ENABLING OUR CITIZENS TO  PARTICIPATE IN THE PEACE CELEBRATION, I HEREBY  PROCLAIM THURSDAY, THE Uth OF AUGUST, TO BE A CIVIC  HOLIDAY.  D.   W. SUTHERLAND,  KELOWNA, B.C., MAYOR.  AUGUST 7, 1919.  Veterans' Association  Continoes to Grow  Many New Members Added  at Bi-Monthly Meetings  The usual bi-monthly meeting of  the G.W.V. Association was held  in the club rooms on Saturday last.  The following returned men were  admitted as members: W. W.  Pettigrew, A. R. Harman, R. G.  Bury, John Frost, A. McGibbon, A.  M. Temple. J. C. Clarke, W. F.  Middleton. T. W. Stirling,- A. S.  Mills; whilst J. C. MacDonald from  Vancouver and O. St.P, Aitken  from Victoria were admitted on  transfer. This brings the membership of the Association up to about  210.  The committee appointed to  investigate the Christien land deal  made a final report and as a result  of this matter being brought to the  attention of the Provincial Government, Mr. DeHart has lost his appointment on the Land Settlement  Board.  Several members referred to the  fact that alien labor was being  largely utilized in local packing  houses and canneries. It seemed  to be the general opinion that prices  offered for peeling tomatoes was  not sufficient to attract white  women. It ������** 'also stated that  the  w. _ n ,��eU��"  were  the  aame aa before the war. The executive committee was asked to  investigate conditions generally and  to report.  An appeal waa made to all returned men to join the Association,  and an effort is being made to  secure more suitable quarters for  the winter and to have them properly furnished.  tt was stated that any returned  man requiring dental attention  could make an appointment with  Captain Keller, Canadian Army  Dental Corps, Vernon. Aa aoun  as Captain Keller finishes work in  Veme* he will open an office in  Kelowna and remain until the work  ia finished.  Mr. y. W, Jones, M.LA., waa  preaent on behalf of the committee  in charge of the arrangements for  the parade to be held on the Nth  inst., and asked for as strong a  parade of Veterans as possible.  It was decided to take part in the  parade and to assemble at the  Association rooms at 9.30 a.m. on  the 14th inst, in uniform. It waa  also decided to invite all branchea  of the GW.V.A. in the Okanagan  to join us on that date.  Leagues Nearing Close  Kelowna teams were in bad  again last week at Vernon. Both  the lacrosse and baseball boya  suffered defeat in their contest with  Vernon in that city. The lacrosse  boys had a score of 8���2 against  them, while the baseball team was  beaten by 10 to 7.  The leagues games are fast coming to an end, Vernon having already played their final. Kelowna  haa one more game on each schedule, and much depends on these  decisions, as a glance at the league  standinga will show. Armstrong  are easy first in the lacrosse and  nothing can atop Enderby winning  the bsteball; the probability ia  Kelowna will take middle place in  both final standings.  LEAGUE  STANDINGS  BASEBALL  Games Runs  Team PUytd   Won    Lost    For  Ag'nst  Enderby    7        5       2      57      59  Kelowna    7       3       4      60      60  Vemon    8        3        5      61       59  LACROSSE  Gtmes Costs  Tesm         Plsysd Won Lo.t For As'nat  Armstrong....    7        7 0 55       25  Vemon  7        2 5 29      40  Kolowna    S        2 6 30      49  Both Lieut. Trimm, who was  scheduled to fly at Vernon Monday and Tuesday of this week, and  Capt. E C. Hoy, who was to call  there on his flight to Calgary, failed to arrive, having run into bad  fogs and been compelled to land  at Chilliwack. A plane was secured from Kamloops, however, so  aa not to disappoint the visitors.  Capt. Hoy made a second attempt  to-day and reached Vernon soon  after 7 a.m., passing over Kelowna  on his w,ay to Grand Forka a couple of hours later..  Women's Institute  Annual Flower Show  Interesting Event But Entries  Fall Off  The annual Flower Show promoted by the Women's Institute,  took place.last Saturday, the vacant  store next to Jerman Hunl'a being  utilized for the occaaion. Though  a very enjoyable and interesting  affair, the display was smaller than  it should have been in a diatrict  like this. The"season, it is true,  has not been one of the best for  flower culture and extra care has  been needed to produce good  blooms. Another disadvantage  under which the ahow was held  lay in the fact that it had been impossible to secure the use of the  Aquatic Pavilion, the beautiful  situation of which had added much  to the attractiveness of former displays.  As usual, an interesting feature  of the show were the garden competitions, separate prizes being  given this time for flower and  vegetable gardens. Mrs. G. A.  Chick took both first prizes and in  addition a large number of prizea  in the other classes.  Afternoon tea waa served for  the many visitors who attended  the ahow.  Following is a list of the prize  winners;���  PLANTS  Best Collection of House Plants  I, Mrs. Rowcliffe; 2, Mrs. Rogers.  Best Collection of Geraniums  I, Mra. Rogers; 2, Mra. Cunningham.  Beat Fuchaia  I, Mra. Rowcliffe.  Best Begonia  I, Mrs. Rowcliffe; 2, Mra. Rogers.  Best Fern  I, Mrs. Rowcliffe.  Best House Plant (any kind)  I, Mra. A. McGregor; 2, Mra. Bigger.  Best Hanging Baaket  I and 2, Mr*.-Williams.  CUT FLOWERS  Beat Bouquet of Sweet Peas (tied)  I, Mrs. Binger; 2, Mra. Hemming.  Best Mixed Bouquet  1, Mra. Chick; 2, Mra. Aitkena.  Best Collection of Annuala  2. Mra. Chick.  Best Collection of Perennials  I, Mra. Chick; 2, Mra. Aitkens.  Best Six Asters (at least 3 colors)  I, Mrs. Chick.  Best Double Stocks (2 spikes, 3  colors)  I, Mrs. Chick.  Best Sweet Peas (4 kinds, 4 stalks)  I, Mrs. Binger, 2, Mrs. Chick.  Best Roses (4 kinds)  I, Mrs. Chick.  Best collection of Gladioli  I, Mrs. Aitkena; 2, Mrs. Chick.  Best collection of Pansies  I, Mrs. Aitkens; 2, Mra. Chick.  Best collection of Snapdragon  I, Mrs. Aitkens; 2, Mra. Chick.  Best Flower Garden  I, Mrs. Chick; 2, Mrs. L. Guidi.  Best Kitchen Garden  I, Mrs. Chick; 2. Mra. Keevil.  VEGETABLES  Best collection of Vegetablea  I, Mrs. Keevil; 2, Mrs. Williams.  Best 12 New Potatoes  I, Mrs. Keevil: 2, Mrs. Williams.  Best 12 Pods of Peas  I, Mrs. Keevil; 2, Mra. Guidi.'  Best 12 Broad Beana  I, Mrs. Chick; 2, Mra. Keevil.  Best 12 Bush Beans  I. Mrs. Chick; 2, Edith Black.    .  Best 2 Heads of Lettuce  I, Mrs. Williams; 2, Mra. Guidi.  Best 6 Table Carrots  I.Mrs. Chick; 2, Mrs. Guidi.  Best 6 Table Beeta  I, Mrs. Guidi; 2, Mra. Bigger.  Best 6 Oniona  I, Mrs. Chick.  Beat 2 Cabbages  1, Mrs. Keevil.  Beat 2 Cauliflowers  2, Mrs. Chick.  Beat 2 Table Cucumbera  '   I, Mrs. Chick.  Beat 2 Vegetable Marrows  I, Mrs. Chick.  Beat 6 Tonetoes  I, Mrs. Chick; 2, Mra. Guidi.  BOYS' AND GIRLS' SECTION  Best Bouquet of Garden Flowers  I, Eleanor Palmar; 2, Marion Williams  Best Buttonhole for Gentleman  I, Jean Rowcliffe; 2, Eleanor Palmer.  PEASE���On Monday, Auguat 4th,  at Cote orchard, the wife of  R. A. Pease, of a aon. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, August 7,1919  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING.  KteCsTliATIONH  Poal mining right* u( the Dominion  In Munitoha, MsSatohewan una Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tha Northwest  Territorial, anrl in portion or ths Provinoe or KrlllHlr COlUinblS may bo lous-  ��il tor a torni or twanty-ona soars at  an annual rental or II an aero. Not  more than 2,600 acres will ho leased to  ons applicant.  Applications tor the lease must bo  mads hy the applicant iii person to tho  Agent or Hub-uncut of the rllriirlot In  which lhe rights nppllcil for aro allurlt-  oil.  Baoh rrppllcatlon must he uccoiiiparil-  erl hy a fee or I:., Which will he rortlllrl-  cd It Iho rights applied f"i are not  available, hut not otherwise, A royally shall he paid on lire merchantable  output Ol tiro mine al the rate or rive  osnts Pel' ton.  In surveyed territories the lund muat  ho described hy sections or legul ��ub-  iIIvIhIouh ul Hoetlolia, anil In iliinurveyed  territory the truct applied tor Shall be  atakorl  out  h>   the  applicant  hlmaolr".  The psrsoll operating the mine ahall  fumlsh lire agent with aworn I'otuniH  accounting tor the full Humility of  (rioichaiilirhle coal mined and pay tho  royally theruon. If the coal mining  rights are not being oparated, auch rs-  lilrna ahall ho rurnlihcd at least 0I10S  a year.        �����  The leriHo will Inolutlfl the ooal mining rights ulrly, but the leHsee may bo  permitted lo purohaas whatever avaii-  ahlo .surface rights may he considered  necessary for the Working irr Ihe mine  at   lhe  rate irr 110 art  acre.  For full Information application  should he mado to tin- Secretary of the  Department of the Interior. Ottawa, or  to the Agent or .'iiili \r.hi of lromlDiiin  I.amis.  w. w, oonv.  Deputy Minister or tiro Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorised  publication of  this ndvertlneinent will tint he paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opponite wharf  Wt sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  G.W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Times History of  the War  The   most authentic   and   complete history  of  the  great war.  Agent: GEO. LANE  (Army and Navy veteran)  Alio agent for Sovereign Life Assurance Co. and Merchanti' Casualty Co.  Bernard Avenue, nait of Ethel Street,  Kelowna. P.O. Box 489  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded aati--.factory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan & Daviei to look after  my interest! in Kelowna and  district, I am >iow prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  Ihis experience haa covered  auction of evt**ry description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm, Implements and Household Furniture. I am alto prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such as Farm  Stock, implements and Household effects, Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan At  Davies.  G. H. KERR  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  PnUishad artsy ThurasVsy at Kslowna,  British CetassWa.  I0HN I.EAT*I,EY  Hlter and PropriaWr  HOHHORIPT10N  HATIM  (I.BO   tar   raasi   7So..   sis   awalas.  OaltsS  Htals. 10 esats sulrrltlosul  Subsorlbsrs at this rsaralar rats raa kavs  .sirs paosrs mailsd to friends at a dlstaaes  ���I HALF RATE. I.e.. 7S saata psr ssar.  I'lrls  snsHal   nrlvllwe    fcr   sraatee)   lor    Ike  orrri.ise ol etlvsrtislB* *!*. alls  aad dl.trl.'t.  All BfltieerlBllOM parabta Its advaaes  AOTtBTISINU RiTWi  I OIKIK NOTICES.  PROrESBIONAt CARIIH.  KTt'., '.-f> '."t. oer crtlassa Irsoa oer crash.  I.AM) AND TIMBER NIITICES-SO dars. IS'  ��" dars 17.  WATKR NDTll'KS. |�� lor live lasertloae.  l.Ktlal,   AllVKIITININII-Flrsl    lassrtioa.    II  osnU per Has: sark subsequeai laesrtloa. S  cuts nsr Hoe.  lil.HN.AY    AIWKRTIHEHCNT8-'l��o  laekes  nnil uodsr. 10 osats ner laek lirst lassrtioa  ovsr two inches 40 cents oer look tlroS   In  ���nrtioo:   20 cent, osr Inch sack srrbssuosat  Insartion.  I1LA8SICTBD AIIVKHTISKMKNTH -I esnU  nsr word lirst Insertion. I stilt osr word  "in li snlrasuusnt insertion.  All rhanrrss In contract advertlssmsnta mast  tie in tire hands ol the printsr br TnssdAT  t.\ ir/   to   cninrs   publication   Is   the   asst  Changes in the  Game Regulations  Several changes have been made  in lhe new game regulations which  are being issued by the grime department, aome of which are o(  interest In sportsmen in thin district. The open season for plien-  sanl has been extended to six dnyB  from October 27th to November  1st, and the bag limit tn three in  one'day or twelve for the season.  Grouse can be shot from September 6th lo September 21st, with a  bag limit of six of one species or  twelve of all species in a day and  fifty for the season. The regulations prohibit the trapping of Irrnr  south of the main line ot the Canadian Pacific Railway, There is no  open sensor, for beaver in nny pari  of lhe province.  It ahould be noted in connection  with the regulations set out below  that the seasons decided upon are,  in the opinion of the game conservation board, calculated to give lhe  maximum amount of sport and at  the aame time afford essential preservation to those game varieties  where quantiliea are low. At the  rteeting held in Vancouver on July  21 delegates were present from ten  game associations, representative  of practically every hunting section  of the province, and a number of  well - known sportsmen added  views to those supplied lo the  board in documentary fotm.  Included in the provisions of  the order-in-council prescribing the  game regulations for the coming  season are clauses increaaing lhe  bounty on cougars and wolves and  wolves and providing for a IOc  bounty on crows. In the case of  cougais lhe old rate of $15 haa  been advanced to $25 and in lhe  case of wolves from $10 lo $15.  The two increasea noted are the  recommendations of the Came  Conservation Board and the provision in respect of crows is lhe  result of a number of opinions  placed before the board during the  last few months.  Would Control Organization of Canners  " The organized fruit canners of  lhe Dominion should be, as soon  aa possible, put under the regulative power of the Board of Commerce, shortly to be named." This  is one of the important recommendations which was placed on Saturday in the handa of the minister ol  labor by the cost-of-living commissioner.  The report statea lhat the business of canning ia practically a  natural monopoly, and that ita  prices should be as carefully regulated aa the charges made to the  public by a railroad or telephone  company. This because it is doubtful if there will ever be sufficient  competition in this field to control  prices.  The report finds that the business  of canning fruita and vegetablea in  Canada is very largely in the hands  of the Dominion Canners Limited,  and the Canadian Canners Limited,  the first of which is described as  "an operating company, which  packs about three-fourths of the  Canadian output, and the aecond  is almost entirely a price fixing organization for the Dominion Canners Limited, and others.."  /    Packet of  WILSONS  (FLY PADS  \WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN/  \$8��-��WORTH  OF ANY   /  " STICKY ("LY CATCHER ���''  Clean to ...indie. Sold hy nil Drug*  gluts, Grocers nnil General Slon-H.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  iM PREpamd"       Kelowna Troop.  Troop First; Self Last  Peace Procession and Regatta next Thursday. Come to  Kelowna.  Edited by "Wolf."     Aug. 5.1919  It ia now less thin a week before  the Regatta takes place and we  find it again necessary to ask all  scouts who have net yet had iheir  time taken for the scout relay race  to do so al the first opportunity.  Either the Scoutmaster or Mr. Foot  will do this for you any time, only  if scouts will persist in leaving  things till the last minute it is impossible to get up a race. We  want the troop to make as fine a  showing aa possible this year at  the Regatta and thia can only be  done by entering whole-heartedly  into lhe thing. There are any  amount of eventa open to scouts  both on land and water so there is  no reason why each and every  scout ahould not do his share. We  piniiciilnrly want every scout to go  in for lhe field sports which take  place or. the eyening of the first  day, Wednesday.  a        e  e  If there are any boya who are  desirous of becoming recruits will  they please notify iKi- scoutmaster.  It seems a pity lhat boys who would  like to become scouts should have  to be withheld from the troop when  there are scouts in the troop who  are not making proper progress.  We intend to post some orders in  the near future stating the necessary progress that a scout must  make after entering the troop. We  hope this will be a warning lo some  scouts to pass their second class  badge ; or they mav be obliged to  make way for some recruit.  a e  a  The Scoutmaster haa received the  following letter which ia self explanatory and also the first intimation we have had that H.R.H. the  Chief Scout for Wales was passing  so cloae to us. The expense of a  trip t:�� Penticton is of course out of  lhe question:��� '  "I am officially informed that  H.R.H. the Prince of Wales will  be at Penticton on Tuesday, Sept.  30th, on hia way east by the K.V.R.  I naturally wish that he was going  to paas down the lake as he has  expressed a wish to inspect all  troops of scouts within reach of  hia itinerary. I am very much  afraid that Penticton will be too  far away for your troop to go,  I cannot tell you how much I  regret that H.R.H. is not touching  at Kelowna." (Signed) T. R.  HENEAGE, AC.  Below is the first instalment of  lhe winning scout diary. We trust  that the author will recognize his  own handiwork:���  Monday, June 30th, 1919, was  the date set by Kelowna Troop of  Boy Scouts for their annual troop  camp at Cedar Creek. Accordingly on Monday at 10 o'clock we all  assembled at the club room. Some  of the acouta' parents had kindly  volunteered the uae of their cars  to transport us to Cedar Creek. The  first car to leave was driven by Mr.  L. V. Rogers. Then Mr. W. J  Mantle and Constable Graham  drove out.  The scouts had all been instructed to bring their lunches. After a  considerable time the Giant truck  arrived driven by Mr. Chapman  Then our work began in real earnest. Some of the scouts climbed  onto the truck and began handing  the baggage to others on the  ground. After a little time had  elapsed we landed the last package on the ground. After this Mr.  Chapman drove the truck on a few  yards and we deposited the heavy  cook stove on the ground.  This done a party armed thenr  selves with axes and went into the  wooda to cut some poles for the  headquarters tent and cook's  shelter.  In the meantime Mr. Chapman  tried to manoeuvre his truck so as  to get into the road.   Unluckily  Weather Report for July  Compiled by C. R. Binger, Observer  July Mas. Min.  1   75   45  2   79   45  3   81   48  4   76   50  5   71   57  6   70   48  7   75   49  8   76   47  9   86   47  10   82   50  11   84   59  12   79   50  13   82   54  14   81   52  15   90  55  16   89   54  17   72   56  18   75   48  19   77   50  20   82   48  21   87   50  22   84   52  23   75   50  24   85   53  25   75   60  26   72   57  27   77   48  28   79   55  29   78   53  30   84   55  31   77  55  Means 79.19 53  KELOWNA REGATTA  Anyone with rooms to rent during ths  Regatta week should communicate at once  with the eecretary, Mr: li. C. M. Wilson.  36.8  Professional Cards  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phona Mrs. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kalowna  BURNE sV- sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  K. 0. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Gloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. band Suroeyor  Survey, and Report, on Irriastion Work.  Applications for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. fi. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence  Avenue  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones; Business 164jResidence91  P.O. Box 22  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea Furnished for all ctssaaa  of work  he failed and we all had to fall to  and help him out, which we did at  last. We worked on and got up  the cook's and headquarters tents.  Then we called a halt and ale our  lunches. Having finished them, we  got on with our work putting up  patrol) tents. Anthony DuMoulin,  quartermaster, discovered that the  butter had been forgotten, so I  went down to the Okanagan Mission store to get aome butter, etc.  After the tenia had been put up  we went on parade and various  detachments were detailed to do  various fatigue duties. Following  thia waa a bathing parade and after  ��� refreshing dip we got dressed.  Motor Car Owners  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready I  the fine weather. "A stitch in time saves nine," a  a small adjustment  may save you ��� big bill later <  The SMITH & McCUBBIN  GARAGE  AU kinds of Accessories Agents i  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars  The best car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Car  With the "Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tractor  For all hauling and farm work  Agents for~COODYEAR TIRES  LA WRENCE A VE.   Phone 232. Night phone 14  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, ,1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c       ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  VV OOQClTHrt  I ���Drem's" ��" Lawrence Ao.  Manufacturing Co. n���m  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  Just Arrived���a carload of  .Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  The Oil Shop  J. W. B. BROWNE  PROPRIETOR  Gasoline and Oils  Goodyear Tires  Vulcanising  Batteries Refilled  and Charged  ('ars Washed and  * Polished  NIGHT DAY AND SERVICE  NOT MERELY UNTIL  10 P.M.  BUT ANY HOUR YOU  NEED US.  Day Phone  -   287  Night Phone-    67  Corner Pendozi Street  and Lawrence Avenue  FREE AIR t-iursday, August 7,1919:  sL.  KELOWNA  RBCOeU)  PAGE THBKB  [PHONE   361  KELOWNA  SALE OF WHITE CH  |r\URINGthe Second Week of our  rr Summer Clearance Sale we  shall offer many seasonable lines in  White Garments and Materials. Full  advantage should be taken of these  [unusual reductions.  Women's Underwear  ��� at Saving Prices  White Muslin  Nightgowns,  lace trimmed, slip-on style  at.l 95c each  Exceptional Valuea in Nainsook Nightgowns... $1.75  White   Cotton   Underskirts  -    reduced to $1.75  Balbriggan and Merino  Bloomera, in Black and  White $1.25 each  Corset Covers in a large assortment of different styles. Priced  for the sale at  50c, 75c and 95c  Summer  Knit  Underwear  Reduced  Assorted styles in  Combinations, $1  Women's Cotton  Knit Drawers, 65c  Summer weight  Vests with no  sleeves  35c  Also  short  sleeve Vests and   no-t>leeve Vests,  with  fancy  fronts.   Reg. price up to 95c  65c  Children's  Knit  summer weight Combinations, sizes 6 to 14  yeara.   During Sale     55c pair  Children's Summer Drawers, all sizes  30c pair-  Embroideries & Insertions  -    a/ Sale Prices  Exceptional Values include Swiss Muslin and Lawn  Insertions fir. Embroideries up to 6 ins. wide, 10c yd.  . Muslin & Organdie Embroider- / yj,/  ies at... 20c yd.  Fine Lawn and  Nainsook Embroideries up to  8 ins. wide.. 35c  All-over 6c Cor.    "t^^%i^^^^i'^^^$^S^f  set   Cover  Em-  &^^/^^^^^^^^it wlw  broideries .. 35c J'c5^^^SiiH(K8y/jW85 +  Very Fine Cor- IPfwffflfrr'*' lip''1 .-8   ' " '  set  Cover  Em-   pllffilp^-f'��M . ,"U  broideries       in   I  wK��jfe4 ilsl    ^(te&T!- *   CifilG  lawn 95c yd.       ^* ItHb    -��l��8i��** l  II SKI' ' '/JKaW*  *  Flouncing   Em- n���,|1;.K]���r.  broidery, 27-ins. Ill I I IllsWiWt*  wide. 55c & 1.25 1     I PEC?  Ul r 1'    sm��Sa^*  All Linen Handkerchiefs  Specially Priced  Women's Hemmed Handkerchiefs in all linen, manufacturers'seconds   6 for $1  All Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 30c...20c each  White Lisle Hose, sise 8i to 10, reg. 85c pair 65c pair  Another lot of White Wash Skirts that  button down the  front 95c each  Children'a White Middies, 6 to 14 years $1.25 each  Remnants on Sale Tuesday, at 2.30  We shall place on sale Tuesday afternoon, at 2.30, a large  assortment of Remnants and Oddments accumulated during the  past eeason.   Be early to get the best choice.  In the Piece Goods Section  White Cotton Nainsook    20c yd.  A good grade of White Longcloth, 36 ins. wide  25c.yd.  White Voile and Poplin, reg. $1.25    $1 yd.  White Sheeting, 72 inches wide .'.'tr 80c yd.  White Pillow Cotton. A good even weave, no filling 65e yd.  White Embroidered Bed Spreads, large size   $4.95 etch  White PlUow Slips, 42-inch  30c each  White Pillow Cotton, 42-inch  40c  White Sheeting, 80 inchea wide.....  75c  TOWN AND COUNTRY���NOTES  F. M. Baker, of Penticton, was a  visitor to Kelowna last Saturday.  Dr. L. W. Wigle, with Mrs. Wt-  gle, of Detroit, Mich., were visitors  in Kelowna this week.  Mr. and Mra. H. C. Stockton and  family, of Calgary, arrived Wednesday on a visit to the district.  R. C. 1 reherne, district entomologist, came down from Vernon  to-day.  Mi. and Mrs. Frank Clugston, of  Vernon, were in town last weekend,  Mrs. Ambler and Miss Hazel  Ritchie left Tuesday for Seattle on  a trip to last a few weeks.  Mr. Edmund Dark, of Dark's  Shoe Store, returned from a long  visit to Calgary on Friday.  Mrs. Gordon Renfrew returned  on Saturday laat from three months'  visit in the east.  A distinguished visitor to Kelowna this week was General Odium,  who in company with Mr, Ladner,  of Vernon, was visiting the valley  on his way to Vancouver.  Mr. W. W. Loane, who haa been  with the Leckie hardware store for  the past two and a half years, resigned last week to take up a position with the B.C. Growers.  The Peace Celebration Committee trust that all ex-service men  will participate in the parade and  celebration on the morning of the  14th August.  In spile of the rain and threatening weather generally a large number of local people went up to  Vernon Monday and Tuesday to  the Peace Celebration there. About  thirty travelled by boat Monday  and numerous automobile parties  made the trip.  Mr. and Mrs. Gait and family  returned last week-end from their  vacation eaat. Mr. Gait, who was  assistant manager of the Bank of  Montreal here, has been transferred to the management of the Port  Haney, B. C, branch, and left  Tueaday for that city.  Overseas Club Official  Will Speak Here  Mr. Francis R. Jones, F.R.G.S.,  of London, England, special commissioner of the Overseas Club  and Patriotic League, is visiting  Canada. At a meeting to be held  in the park on Friday evening,  August 15th, at 8 o'clock, Mr.  Jonea will speak on the origin and  Empire-wide work of the Overseas  Club and outline a few of its  future activities. These include:  Promotion of British trade within  the Empire"; conservation of the  manhood of the Empire; Overseas  Club influence in the emigration  of British subjects to British Dominions overseas.  Mr. Jones' work as secretary for  the past two years at the club's  headquarters in London has been  of a varied and most interesting  character. To hear hia well-told  atory of this and of his wartime  experiences in London and i  France, Belgium and Germany as  the guest of the Canadian military  authorities, is. more than worth  while.  Arresting fact, closely-reaaoned  deduction and inspirational challenge, are presented in perfect proportion. His eloquence is that of  a well-informed and cultured mind  animated by a fervent belief in the  great future of our glorious Empire.  Mr. Jones will also speak on  Thursday morning at the peace  celebration, on " British Empire in  War and Peace."  Rutland News  flrYosa oar owa r  sstasrtl.  Mr. and Mra. T. Maxwell left on  the boat Monday to attend the  Peace Celebration at Vernon.  Mr. C. J. Duncan took a party of  fifteen on his truck to Vernon on  Tuesday, Several cara also took  the trip, so Rutland was well represented.  A me "ting is to be held Monday  Auguat 11 th, in the school at 8 p.m.  to organize an athletic club and  everyone interested in any branch  of athletics or the welfare of the  young people, is requested to be  present.  The Young People's Society  held a debate laat Friday on the  subject: "Resolved, that aummer  is more healthful and enjoyable  than winter." The affirmative was  taken by Everett Fleming and'Miss  Earla McDonald, and the negative  by Leon Fitzpatrick and Miss Mildred Ford. The latter won out  when the vote was taken.  Kelowna Regatta and Peace  Celebration, August 13th and 14th.  Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morley were  visitors from Penticton Monday.  B. M. Whyte, of Peachland, was  here on a visit yeaterday.  J. J. Campbell., returned Saturday  from a visit to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Keown are  up from Prnticton this week to  attend the tennis tournament.  Mra. J. W. Jenner left for the  coast on Tuesday's boat where  she has gone on account of ill  health.  The Rev���W. P. Reekie, superintendent of social service for the  provirce of Saskatchewan, is visiting his mother and relatives here,  Next Sundav evening he will occupy the pulpit of the Baptist  church.  Bernard Raymer and Ian Mac-  Rae, both relumed men, have this  week opened a new billiard hall in  the old bowling alley. It is to be  known aa the "Canteen," and is  fitted up in an up-to-date style.  The whole interior of the place  has been renovated and now presents an attractive appearance.  Aeroplanes have twice passed  over the Kelowna district this week  Yesterday the machine which has  been giving exhibitions at Vernon  paused over at about 5.45 a.m., being witnessed by only a few very  early risers. It waa a considerable  distance away but the roar of its  motor could be distinctly heard.  This morning Capt. E. Hoy, who  was making a aecond attempt to  fly to Calgary, passed over Rutland south-eastwards on the stage  of his journey which reaches to  Grand Forks.  Recent settlers in the Kelowna  district are Mr. Geo. Lane and  family from Calgary. Mr. Lane is  an ex-service man ol long experience, having been with the Imperial army over 21 years in Africa,  Egypt, Burmah, and for a long  time in Eaat India. During a great  part of that aervice he was on the  instructional staff, retiring with the  rank of aerg.-major. He was ranching in Alberta when the wn/ broke  out but offered his services and  entered the Canadian forces in his  old capacity of instructor, becoming regimental serg.-major. He  was several times offered a com,  mission but preferred his old poai.  tion. He is purchasing a house in  Kelowna and the family will make  their home here. Mr. Lane has  lately been appointed agent tor  the valley for the "Timea History  of the War."  Celebrate Peace  and the Regatta  ���and at the same time look half  decent I This more strictly applies to 'the young men rather  than the ladies, and for the sole  benefit of the former I have just  stocked a SPECIAL LINE OF  WHITE FOOTWEAR AND  "BEST" BOOTS. Moreover  the profiteers ridiculous price  doei not prevail here���1 treat  the men square.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Kelowna Dairy Co.  iV. E. DAY GEO. BROWN  PHONE 146  Daily Deliveries of  Milk and Cream  MilkTickeis,7qrts.for$l  Cream, per pint     -     30c  Benvoulin Notes  Miss Thomas, of Brantford, Ont.,  is visiting Mrs. C. Bunch.  Miss Sill, of Kelowna, is spending a few days visiting with Mrs. J.  Campbell.  Mr. and Mrs. DeMara motored  to Vernon Tuesday, returning  Wednesday morning.  Mrs. Frank Mawhinney, from  Victoria, and formerly of Benvoulin, ia visiting Mrs. Henry Burtch.  Mr. and Mra. J. Campbell  and  some friends motored  to  Vernon  in Monday to take  in  the  Peace  'elrbralion in that city.  Mr. D. McEachern left  Monday  noon  for his ranch on the prairie  after having spent   a   couple   of  montha  with  his parents at Ben-  oulin.  The Bethel Presbyterian Sunday  school picnic will be held at the  Benvoulin .school grounds on Friday afternoon, August 8th, commencing at 4 o'clock.  Mias Thorson and Miss Sill are  holding evangelistic services at  the Mission Creek school house  evening.  IN THE MATTER of the Eatate of  H. L. A. Keller, late oi Kelowna, B.C.  deceased.  NOTICE IS HERERY CIVEN that all  persona having any claim or demand  against the estate of the above-named  deceased, who died at Toronto, Ontario,  on or about the 25th day of June, 1918,  and probate of whose estate was granted  to Ada Elizabeth Keller, of Kelowna,  aforeaaid, on the 28th day of January,  1919, are required to send in their claims  to the said Ada Elizabeth Keller, or to the  underaigned, at Kelowna, B.C., on or .before the 6th day of September, 1919, after  which date the said estate will be dealt  with, having regard only to the claims and  demanda then received.  Dated at Kelowna. B.C., this 7th day of  Auguat. 1919.  BURNE & WEDDELE.  36-2 Solicitors for the Executrix.  'CANADA'S.  BEST  BICYCLE  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wiring  awl Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  Phone 347  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Diacing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Telephone    ���   ���    4604  Travelling Requisites  We have a very comprehensive stock of  Travelling Trunks, Suit Cases, &c.  At all pricea  RUGS for travelling, automobile, or driving  Light and Heavy Harness  We carry a large stock and can also make any  part wc do not happen to have  HARNESS REPAIRS  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  mnratt-ra-fiMi  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped  (or all kinds of Repaira to Harness  and Leather Work and will give PROMPT.SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT >ND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harnett on hand  At rock bottom prices  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna pace room  i   KELOWNA   MCC01D  Thuraday, Auguat 7,1919  A NY woman who haa Ruperv.B.on of  *��� home lik-'s to hnve 'i modern  hutbruom���tlie kind her ���.:���.���.���������*���> admire.  Ourt are the kind lhat charm, ���nd  every lime we install one we know how  it deli|l.lt the wife, and we know hei  tiudjand who pays for it, hat n.a.lr an  invettment   il.at   arldi   valut   to   thrii  J. Galbraith  Healing, VentilatinK and  Sanitary Engirrrrr  Phonasi  Store   100 P.O. Box 81  Residence 5705  Frank Fraser, formerly manager  of the Western Canners, Ltrl., nnd  who has been overseas for some  time in France and England, returned last week-end.  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  I  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulation! all farmera  who sell butter either  to the alt tra or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent lettera the worda  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact ia alao emphasized that all butter  in auch packagea muat  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 it* 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:  IOOPAP^upDRrNC$1.50  200   ,,    ,,     2.00  500   ,,    ,,     3.15  1000   ,,    ,,     4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Kelowna Record  The Only Way  to Reduce the cost  of  living is to keep up the  production and to eliminate waste.  Last year many tons of Tomatoes were lost  by the Growers and the Canners through lack  of women help. Will the local girls and women  and members of farmers' institutions and others  help if during the rush season >  - Register your MBit tt onr office right away.  Occidental Fruit Company, Ltd., em, street  THE CANTEEN'  "    Every man in Kelowna and district should  know that "The Canteen" is now open in the  old bowling alley on Water Street. We have  Soft Drink's (ice cold), Fresh Tobacco and  Cigars, and the  BEST OF BILLIARD TABLES  Give us a trial one of these Irot dayaand you will not ragret it  Bernard H. Raymer and Ian MacRae  Props.  Word & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Telephone    -    -    4804  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. James   -   Prop.  1 have  a  good supply   of  Steer Beef  this week and I defy opposition and  know how to save money  Sirloin Steak  35c  Round Steak    30c  Sirloin Roast  32c  Rib Roast    30c  Nice Oven Roast  25c  ���Pot Roast    22c  Boiling Beef 16V and 20c  Good supply of Veal and Pork at  reduced prices  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  Cash and Carry  Want Ads.  IN THE MATTER ol the estate ol  Charles Hereron, late of Kelowna,  B.C., deceased,  And in tke matter of the eatate of  Anastaaia Hereron, late of Kelowna,  B.C., deceased.  NOTICE-is hereby given that all creditors or other persona having any claim or  demand against either of the eatates of  the above-named deceased, who respectively died on active service with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces on or about  the 6th day of November, 1918, and at  Kelowna aforesaid on or about the 6th  day of May, 1902, and Lettera of Administration of whose eatates were granted to  Michael Hereron, of Kelowna, aforesaid  on the 29th day of April, 1919, are re  quired to aend in their claima to the said  Michael Hereron or to the undersigned,  at Kelowna, B.C., on or before the 25th  day of August, 1919, after which date the  said estates will be dealt with having re  gard only to the claima and demands then  received.  Dated  at  Kelowna,  B.C., thia 24th day  of July, 1919.  BURNE & WEDDELL,  36-0        Solicitors for the Administrator.  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS PHONE 116  We handle Real Eatate exclusively. Rates of commission as follows:  5 per cent,  up to $5,000, and 2\  per cent, over that amount.  FOR SALE���10 acres on Vernon  road, three miles from Kelowna.  All under cultivation. House,  Barn. &c. Price $6,500.  $2,000 caah, balance easy.  ELLISON  WE HAVE several Miked Farms  in this district. Full particulars  at this ollice.  Misa M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  Terms moderate  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box I Hi  POK   SALE  FOR SALE, Piano (Kingsbury), good  condition, $200.. Mrs. C. A. V. Butler,  Pendozi. x  FOR SALE, good milk Cow, freah. Phone  3506 (Craig Broa.). Rutland. 36tf  LAND REGISTRY ACT  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the below  mentioned landa in the name of John  James Hall, of Kelowna. B.C., unleaa in  the meantime valid objection is made to  me in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to said lands, namely t���  Deed, dated 28th August, 1668, Wm,  Lacerte to John Bassette, of West half of  Section 35, Township 26; -  Indenture dated 4th June, 1893, between  W. M. T. Drake and Robert Edwin Jack-  son of the first part, R. E. Jackson and H.  D. Helmcken of the second part, and  Manitoba Mortgage & Investment Co. Ltd.  of the third part, whereby the parties of  the first and second parts convey to party  of the third part inter alia above mortgages;  Deed dated 17th August, 1896. John  Bassette to Daniel Rabbitt of West half of  Section 35, Township 26;  Assignment of transfer dated 13th August, 18%. J. W. Hugh Wood and Chris.  topher Wood (by attorney J. W. H. Wood,  Power of Attorney 96c) to Canada Permanent Loan ��3c Savings Co. of above Mortgage  and Release;  Mortgage dated 2nd July, 1890, Daniel  Rabbitt to Canada Permanent Loan Ac  Savings Company Limited, of West half of  Section 35, Townslu'p 26, and Release ;  Deed of inter alia West half of Section  35, Township 26, dated 7th March, 1903,  Daniel Rabbitt to John M. Rutland ;  Daed of inter alia Weat half ot Section  3). Township 26, dated 1st April. 1905,  John M Rutland to Samuel L. Long, Mar-  old C. Stillingfleet, Simon T. Elliott, Rob.  ert Morrison, and Daniel W. Sutherland,  is required lo deliver the same to me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 4th day of August, 1919.  C. H. DUNBAR,  38.42 District Registrar,  FOR SALE, Motor Cycle, 8 h.p. Bat. Jap.  twin, two-speed and free engine, chain  drive, specially adapted for side car ;  very little used and engine never abus-td.  Steel studded tire on back. $50 worth  of spares, including one inner tube, unused, one tire, one steel studded tire  cover, two driving chains,  springs, valve  tappet, nuts,  Price $200 for cash.  126, Kelowna, B.C.  plug.  2  bolts, fitc.  A. W. Cook*. Box  36 tf  FOR SALE, pure-bred Holstein Bull, two  years old. Apply Thos. Bulman, phone  3206. 36.9  FOR SALE, old-style Singer Sewing Machine, in good order. Apply Miss Craig,  Rutland.   Phone 3506. 37-8p  FOR SALE, Milk Cow, three parts Jersey.  Apply Mrs. R. J, Sproule, Rutland.  37-8p  FOR SALE, Young Piga.  Hall. K.L.O. Bridge.  Apply   R S.  37-8p  FOR SALE, one young Jersey Cow (full  milk; one 3-burner- oil stove, nearly  new.   G. Lane, 705, Bernard Avenue.  38p  FOR SALE, single-cylinder Indian Motor  Cycle, good condition, recently over,  hauled.   "K," Box 512. 38.9p  FOR SALE, Wright's New Poultry Boot,  I vol., illustrated ; Encyclopaedia of  Poultry, 2 volt., illustrated - Our Poultry, by Harrison Weir, 2 vols., illustrated; Freeman's Book of Poultry. I vol.,  illustrated.   Stockwall'a, Ltd. 38  Items from East  Kelowna  Following hard on the picnic at  Cedar Creek, ori Peace Day, a  picnic planned for his employees  by Mr. Collett, manager of the  K.L.O., came the evening party  held at the fruit pickers' bunkhouae  on Monday evening laat when the  ladies entertained the male employees. The new screened porch  built this sesson presented a scene  of festivity, the gentlemen appearing in feminine attire and the  ladies donning masculine habiliments, the result in both cases producing considerable amusement.  Dancing was indulged in, Mr. Sed-  den having kindly loaned his  gramophone for the occasion. Not.  the least enjoyable part of the evnrl  ing'a entertainment was the singing  around the camp fire, followed by  an excellent supper in the dining  hall.  For some obscure reason th  fruit-pickers' quarters have been  christened the "Saints' Rest." Not  to be outdone in hospitality the  male employees sent an invitation  to the "Saints" to join in a powwow and war dance at the lodge  of Sitting Bull and his braves, local-  at the foot of the hill leading to the  K L.O. ranch. The invitation was  accepted, and representatives of the  "Saints," Missra Drummond and  Weatherhead, attired aa Indian  squaws, delivered the following  challenge: ���  To your lodge on Friday night,  Every Saint will gladly come; -  Not in peace.'but armed for fight���  Not a brave abroad dare roam.  For the maidena ef our band  On the warpath will be seen;  Each with weapon in her hand,  Each in triumph sure aerene.  Every maid haa vowed a vow  That a scalp she will aecure,  Valor sits on every brow  Though the maid.may look demure.  At her belt ere break of day.  See the scalp' loek gory hang;  Keen and bloody wage the fray,  Sharp and fierce the warrior's pang.  For the darts the maidena hurl  Have been forged aince history's day-  A bright eye, a lustrous curl,  Once again will win the fray.  In their war-paint aee them muster;���  Lo I they come, theae valiant maids,  All in vain defiant bluster,  Down will fall your paliaadea.  Not the pow-wow, nor the war dance,  But the two-step and the trot.  Bunny hug and kangaroo prance,  Each in their appointed apot.  So we'll come, and come with pleasure;  Share your mirth and melody;  Tread with you a giddy measure  And depart ere dawna the day.  On Friday evening, in one long  file, the invaders stormed the fortress and the defenders capitulated.  The terms of peace were lenient,  and having buried the hatchet and  smoked the pipe of peace, the  evening was given up to whole-  souled enjoyment. No pains had  been spared by the young men  who were indefatigable in their  efforta to amuse their guests. A  whist drive and dancing preceded  supper and long before daybreak  the happy young people had decided that their hosts were paat  masters in the art of entertaining.'  On Sunday, the K.L.O. employees paid a visit to Canyon Creek,  exploring its beauties and*'wonders  and lunching there before returning to camp.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1093  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dcxt door to Cost Office  HARVEY AVENUE.-A snap for caah.  One acre full bearing orchard and  modem bungalow.   $3,609.  SUTHERLAND. AVENUE.-Bu��gelow, 7  rooma, with boaement, stable, lot 60 x  242, bordering on creek. $3,300 oh  terma.  WE HAVE aeveral choice Business Lota  for sale on Bernard Avenue.  HARVEY AVENUE.-Two-etor.y  five rooma, lot SO x 124.   $1,000  Houae,  cash.  BURNE AVENUE -Bungalow, 8 rooma.  fully modern, bath room, hot and cold ���  water.   Lot, 60 x 130.   $3,600.    $1,000  cash, balance in two annual payments i  at 7 per cent.  Listing, wanted of Farm & City properties  The Corporation  of The City of Kelowna  DELINQUENT TAXES  Car For Hire  Notice is hereby given that, to prevent  their property being advertised for sale, it  will be necessary for persona whoso Taxes  have become delinquent, to pay auch  Taxes on or before the 15th August next.  C. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  August 3th, 1919.' 38-9  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5502  GRANT  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds off Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  FOR SALE, Chevrolet auto, latest model,  used very little, $850 cash. Party leaving  Canada. Address Chaa. Cleveland, care  P.O Box 163. Vernon. B.C        '  38p  FOR SALE, 5-paesenger Car" in perfect  mechanical condition.     All tires good.  Several spare parte.   Snap.   Phone 152.  36-Op  BURROUGHS  ADDING  MACHINES  Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Help to work in kitchen during meal houra.   Apply Palace Hotel.  34tf  HODSKfTIJlirrBB"  WANTED, to rent, 5 or 6 roomed houae  for September lat. I. H. Aberdeen,  R.R. No. I. 38.9p  M18OELLANE0U8  HAVE Alberta Farm Agreements, gilt  edge. Would be wilting to trade on  nice improved lot, with buildinga, or  cloae in farm, with amall orchard. Reply, with full particulars, to Box 9,  Kelowna. 37-8p  Announcement  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence      313  Vernon. B.C.  Commencing Wedneaday, .July 30th,  will be in Kelowna on Wedneaday of  each week. Call, left with Dr. -J. E.  Wright, ["enlist.  Willits   Block,   will be  P.O. Box 331       promptly attended to,  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repair*  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattreiaea Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Comjt Corner!  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  YOU  CANT  BE  HEL!  VP  Ss/  ft  NECESSITY may sometime compel you to sur- -  render your Investment in War Savings  Stamps, but should this happen you get all your  money back, with a good rate of Interest in addition  for the time in which you have lent it to the  Government  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp worth $5.00 in  1924.  NATIONAL   WAR   BA VINOS   COMMITTER  (British Columbia Division)  Vancouver, B.C.  Bw Thrift Stamps  tamsxa  ���MHWn


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