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 mkwmsttttt\mmm  ��. B.C.      ^"-^  lielatmw  VOL XII.  NO. 9  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JANUARY* I J, 1920,-6 PAGES  iy*s Sigoatere  Is on Peace Treaty  ie of Nations Now Comes  Into Being In Consequence  The German peace treaty proto-  ol wag signed by Germany's representative* Saturday, preliminary  the ceremonv ot exchanging  atificationi putting the treaty into  ���feet  'The Treaty of Versailles, mak-  j peace between Germany end  [the Allied Powers wss put into  :t at 4.15 o'clock the same af-  jfernoon, by the exchange of ratifi-  | cations.  The putting of tbe League of  Nations into being, which will be  one oi the immediate consequences of exchange of ratifications of  the Treaty of Versailles, will take  place in Paria at 10.30 o'clock in  the morning of Friday, January 16  the supreme council decided.  Up Orienfa! Question  Will Hold* Public Meeting on  Sunday afternoon  The GW.V.A. at their meeting  1 Saturday took up the question of  1 ownership   of land  by Japanese  ' and Chinese in thia province.   Mr.  J. W. Jonea had been invited to  addreas the members, and he gave  some interesting statistic regarding  the extent of the oriental encroachment* in B.C.   Of the 8000 Japan-  ' ese ia B.G, half had arrived aince  1910.   There were 28.0O0 Chineae  aad  4000 Hindoos, making the  proportion of the orients! population I to 9.   No foreigner is allowed to own real estate, mining or  fishing rights in Japan, and natural-  ization is very hard to acquirer yet  they .ask for all these privileges  here.  The following, resolution wss  passed unanimously and copies  will be sent to every federsl member of parliament in the province t-  "Wherea* the ownership of  land in EG by-Japanese and  Chinese is continually increasing  and constitutes a peril to our  ideal of a white British Columbia,  as it is impossible for Japanese  and Chinese to become assimilated as Canadian citizens j therefore, be it resolved tkat we, the  Great War Veterans'Association  of Kelowns, pledge ourselves by  every lawful means to prevent  the further sals of land to these  people, aad that any persons  selling Isnds to these people in  this district will be publicly condemned by the G.W.V.A;  And be it further resolved thst  the Dominion Government be  requested to onset legislation st  the next session of Parliament  which will effectually prevent  , Japanese and Chinese from acquiring any further reel estate in  the Dominion."  It waa decided to call a public  meeting in the Empress Theatre  on Sunday next at 3 p.m., to arouse  public opinion on this question.  . A scheme hss been submitted to  the Land Settlement Board of B.C.  for a colony of small holders, principally pensioners and fit men, to  be settled on several hundred  acres. Training is to be given in  growing small fruits, tobacco, and  raising poultry and bees. The  association is very snxious to hear  of suitable tracts of Isnd which  could be bought for the purpose.  Owing to the lecture Saturday  by Prof. Brock, the G.W.V.A. meeting will be held at 7.30.  , A losn of $9000 from the Pro-  vincisl Conservation Fund is to be  made to improve the water supply  of Rutland.   -  Lieut. G K. Trim, tha young  aviatoi* who interested Kelowns  people Isst summsr hss taken over  the airplanes of the Vancouver  branch of the Aerial League, and  in the spring is to devote his time  to passenger carrying and training  pilots.  Presentation to Mayor Sutherland  Made at Ratepayers' Meeting  Much Appreciation Shown of His Many Yeara of Valuable  Service for the Gty - Ratepayers' Association Formed  The annual meeting of ratepayers held last Friday evening failed  to arouse the interest which hsd  somehow been expected this year  and in consequence if was only a  small gathering which listened'to  the reports of the heads of the  various departments of municipal  work for the. past twelve months.  A festure of the meeting waa the  presentation to Mayor Sutherland  of a handsome gold watch and  chain as a token of appreciation  of hi* msny years of faithful service as alderman and most of the  time as chief executive. The gift  had been subscribed for by practically every business man in the  city.  The meeting was presided over  by Mr. D. Leckie who referred to  the efforts oi a number of business  men who, anxious that there should  be a sufficient number of capable  men forthcoming to undertake  civic office*, hsd approached the  mayor and other aldermen, and  had been fortunate in securing  their consent to. act once more.  He believed thia duty ahould not  be left.to the merchants but ahould  be in the handa of aome citizens'  committee.  Aid. Knowlea, who had had  charge of the Parks and Boulevards  committee, had the honor of being  firat speaker. Not much money  had been available but some good  work hsd been done, notsbly'in  finishing the driveway around the  park, preparing - the new ball  ground for aeeding in spring. A  number of trees had been planted  on the streets and weeds, including  burdock, destroyed. He confessed himself greatly interested in the  Parks department and believed it  time tha citizena generally gave  more attention to beautifying the  city.  Aid. Meikle reported on behalf  of the Fire department, which waa  at present a very efficient organization. The brigade in their meetings thoroughly considered Say  move which was made, and any  expenditure asked for by them  could be depended upon to be  well thought out.. He gave some  figures a* to the fire losses during  the year which fully bore out hi*  statements. There had been twenty calls during the year, but except  for Calder'* evaporator fire, the  total Ion had been only $300.  Aid. Lloyd-Jones, of the Health  and Sewerage department, ssid he  had intended to withdraw- thi*  yesr but hsd been induced to accept nomination again. He believed there were many in the city  who should be ready to take their  share of civic work. Owing to the  financial condition and need for  economy, nothing had been spent  for extensions or improvements,  but only for opersting expense*.  Thi* would be hi* policy for the  coming yesr, snd until the city's  financial difficulties were overcome.  He mentioned the "flu" epidemic  and the steps taken to combat it.  He hsd endeavored to keep down  opersting expenses tb the limit,  and in this he hsd been ably assisted by the sewerage foreman, Mr.  Sabine.  Aid. Duggan, lor the Light and  Water department, stated that thi*  department wss in a fsr better position than it hsd been for seversl  years psst. At the end of last yesr  it showed s loss on tho year'a operating of over $4000. At the present time it wa* practically self-  supporting. The revenue had increaaed during the year from $33,-  864.38 in 1918 to $42,870.13 or  an increaae of about 27 per cent.  This increase was the result of a  slight incresse in the rates which  took effect during the year 1918,  and also to additional connection*  made during the yesr. There had  been an increase of 50 light and  60 water connections, and thi* increase wea steadily going on. At  the preaent time there were consid"-  erably more light and wster connections thsn st any previous time  in the hiatory of the eity.  In connection with the expendi  ture there had been a considerable  increase in fuel which amounted  to about $4000 over tha previous  year. Thjs additional cost was the  result of higher cost in the price of  fuel, and also the load had considerably increased over, previous  years. . .   .'  They had received during the  year a few applicationa for light  and Water.which they had been  unable to aupply, for the simple  reason that the parties in question  resided too far away from the existing lines and water mains. While  snxious to supply, everyone witfi  light and water, there were some  caaea in which they did net Heal  justified in going to the expense  that would be necessary.  Aid. Mantle, he said, was not  present to speak for the Bosrd of  Works, snd as a member of that  committee he commended the work  of the chairmsn. Hare sgain the  question of ezpenae had prevented  any extensive work. He referred  to the new cinder wslks which had  been made te ��� replace wooden  one* as very successful.  Aid. Rattenbury, ss chairman of  the Fnance committee, dealt with  some of the more important points  in the city's finances. There had  been a decrease of 41 pet cent, in  the ssseaament aince the year 1913.  In the past yesr82 per cent; of the  tax levy had been collected, a record, the suditors hsd 'stated, that  was unequalled by any other town  ur city in B.C. Arreara of taxes  amounting to $25,580, hrd also  been collected.1  The loan of $50,000 had been  repaid in full to the bank aa well  ts a private loan of $2,500 and  $1,624.35 on last year'a liabilities.  They had also placed the full quota'of the year's taxea into the linking fund and an additional $10,741  malting a total deposit of $22,718  for the yesr. This msde s total of  $59,438 to the credit of the sinking fund, still $47,147 short, which  fact would prevent sny extensive  expenditures for the present.  Continuing, he outlined several  of the more outstanding featurea  of the financial statement, copies  of which were distributed, concluding with the statement that  there were sufficient liquid assets  on the city's books to more than  take care, twice over, ot the current liabilities. "'  i  He mentioned that.the auditors  particularly commended the council for having put into capital expenditure an amount'of $15,000  during the past three years, thereby saving the great cost of issuing  debentures and paying interest  thereon. Should the same careful  and economical policy be continued for another couple of , year*,  Kelowna should bs financially one  of the foremost cities of B.C.  In conclusion he expressed hi*  great appreciation of the. wjork of  Mayor Sutherland, whose many  yeara of municipal service hsd  been invaluable to the city. He  possessed a very wide knowledge  of municipal law and procedure,  and aa an authority on municipal  affaire had very few equals in the  province.  To Mr. J. Ball fell the duty of  making the presentation to Mayor  Sutherland. There hsd been a  general feeling ol satisfaction, he  ssid, when it wss known thst  Msyor Sutherlsnd hsd consented  to set again for another year, and  a desire waa expressed that some  tangible recognition ahould be  made of hia Valuable services Jr  wss difficult to expres* the high  appreciation felt of the close attention and atudy he had given to  municipal work ever aince he took  hold aome fourteen yeara ago. He  wss safe in ssying that Mr. Sutherland's administration bad been  both sane and efficient. In presenting him with a gold watch arid  chsin he hoped that its sccuracy  would reflect hi* own accuracy in  the guidance of city affairs during  the'coming yeat.  That the remarks msde fully  expressed the sentiments of the  meeting wa* thown by  the  loud  | applause which greeted Mayor  Sutherland as he rose to reply.  "I can only say," said lhe Mayor,  "that I am overcome with the unexpected presentation, and- lhat I  feel it is,not coming tome." It  was true, he continued, that he  had given some time as the city's  chief magistrate, particularly during  the past five yeara, but he had felt  | it h'e. duty, as he could not go  overseas, to dp hi* bit where he  could be of use. He would like to  see other people take their turn at  civic office, which was' good edu-  tional work, and expressed aome  surprise at the amal.lf.eaa'of the  meeting compared with the crowds  which attended a few years ago.  H�� trusted it wss not due to  Iapathy .in. regard to city affairs.  I^VriSce: "l^obody is worrying*")  The financial' condition bf the  city, was not so good; but it might  be much worse, aa were many  other cities, in^. the province���the  result of over-expenditure in the  boom days. They were like a party who had been out for a joy ride  and. had, met. with an accident.  The passenger who received a  black eye in" the mix-up could  Congratulate himself that' he had  not gojt a broken leg like hia neighbour.     '.   . '  The council had fought against  Reducing the assessment as it meant  a higher tax rate, the same amount]  of money hay ing* to be raised ' for  municipal purposes. "A higher  tax fate tended to discourage settlers from coming into the district  and helping to bear the burden.    '  He referred to the critical period  through which the city had passed  at the outbreak, of' the War when  the amount of money Collected on  taxes was not enough to p.iy school |  expenses alone.and they had had  to borrow monev to keep the  schools going.     '''i  He gave some figures taken from  the government's municipal report  showing the Favorable position uf .  Kelowna compared with other cities of, the province, due largely to.  the policy of holding tax Bales.  Comparatively the city .'was in  apod shape. Taxea were higher  than they ahould be chiefly because  of the large amount gojpg to pay  interest and sinking fund on borrowed money. All other cities and  the government itself were affected in the same way. The government hsd doubled the, taxes and  raised the assessment, almost trip-,  ling the amount one had to pay.  w*bat about Kelowna ? Notwithstanding the additional expense of  fuel, schools and other thinga, the  lbs* of revenue from hotels, etc,  snd the placing of large auma of  current revenue onto capital expenditures'the taxea had gone up  veiy little. He thanked all, who  had been associated with him in  the city'* work arid' regretted especially that Aid. Mantle, would  not be able to continue in office.  He had' been very valuable as  chairman; of the Board of Woiks.'  In conclusion he gave an outline  of the "soldiers' housing scheme."  Of lhe twenty-five millions granted  by the ��� government K-lowna was  to get a losn of $30,000 'at 5 per  cent, interest for the purpose of  erecting houses for soldiers or  their dependents, otjtot. citizens  after all, returned  men- had- been  supplied. The government in ' addition  makes a (iff of 1300 to each retorted man  who fulfils his contract with' th* dty and  makes his payments regular,.. The re.  payments, were to be made at the rate of  I3J per cent" per annum, so that �� $2,500  house would coat $27.50 per month and.'  in ton yeara the occupant would own the  house. Personally he thought the plan *  good one but others were not so favourable, aad aa ths whole scheme had been  left with.the council it had bean- suggested that a referendum be taken for tbeir.  guidance, lt waa decided, however, in.  stead, to ascertain ' the feeling of tbe present meeting.  A standing vote being taken, a' large  majority of thoae preaent voted in favor of  going ahead with the scheme, and there  was no opposition vote. After aome fur.  thar discussion in which Mr. Leckie showed that a $3000 house, after paying instalments, insurance, depreciation, and repairs,  would coot about $55 a month, or with  taxes about $58,th��re was less enthusiasm,  but a repetition of the vote' still brought  out not opposing voice.  Mr. J. A. Bigger, chairman of the school  aeteea,.. gave a very brief account of  .achool matters. There had bean an in-  cresjo .of 25 per cent, in the number of  pupilff.over 1916, and they were .nearly at  the end of their- resources in the matter or  buildinga. It was the intention -of - the  board to again urga tor tba connection ol  A  al Municipal Eleclii  \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\w v     a  Go By  Or. J.  W. Nelson Shepherd ia NeV '^V^m^.m Haw^'AH. - V,  Mantle-   C>j.Jacjk��-.r^  J^lr-V,  ?-*  Kelowna has beco-me'acfci^mfcdfwill'bse awonK.n, taking upoD him, ,'.  to uneventful municipal' elections,  and this year was no exception.  Up to'a few dayi -before nomination,' the composition of the new  council was problematical, several,  of the'members including the mayor having signified their intention  of retiring. They; were induced,  however, to reconsider, this, ajid  arid' with the exception of Aid.  Mantle, were all put'forward again  for nomination 'and reelected by  acclamation; In place of Aid.  Mantle, Dr. J. .W- Nelson Shepherd  self civic dutiea for the first time.  Dr, Shepherd has been a resident   ..  of Kelowna for. many years, and is.'.  besides a member of the &W.V.A., .'  .tfius  affording  the ' returned. nieri''-*  what they" desired, a representative '  on the. .caujicsll  The police Commissioner*  and school board re- ;  rnajn^the'eame, except that on -the  ia'fter C. H,. Jackson is substituted .,  for'G. A. McKay, who is at present '  in^Wjomipeg,^        (    a *���''"���   . ',"     '������'  The composition q( the Various   -  public bodies is now ao follows:��� ...  **i*-<Ti,ft '.'^T'..- MAY0R  "Sutherland, Qaniel, Wilbur     '-.:,-'    .'���.-:*:/     -Merchant,  ������',',''..    ;; \;\.A^RMEN. NORTH WARD  Duggan,  William  CJlsrlBS,      -,     -    '.  Real   Estate  Or* '.  :*v;*a  A .'  Lloyd-Jones,   William  ] j, ai��deRmen, south ward  Knowles, -James':Bacon       .i ,.|.Jt* ,�������-, :,i   ir   ,  Meikle, George Arthur J i'mstitn  -Shepherd,. John William Nelson '"- * ���'  -Rattenbury,  David  Henry ' " -    *V  Agent". "' '������      ���'���*���-  Merchant  Real  ,   M��oba|it  - ..-Dentist  Estate -Agent  '      ' ���    POLICE COMMISSIONERS  Morrison, Robert Fra.nk (reelected)      .   \    .   ' '.,.  "The other members of ihe board are George Rowcliffe. and  the Mayor. 'r -��������','..i    i.,-,;r��,..;,..;        ���.,.���.;  /'"V ;,' SCHOOLTlpTE��S;    ; r'. *���'<���$  Jackson, Charlea Hill - ' ��� ��: -.�����'., ���;��� ,���> Accountant  Rjtchie, George Edward (reelected)3-"-*'' -���:. . Contractor  The other members of-the board,,,are J...jjfr'fltffe?,Wc; R.  Trench and Mrs. Calder.   j ��;;.-. " t:'l>.i '���'.  '".-&  J>  j-wwai  i-f-al  ���tji  ���***!  Si. Michael's Church  "**"**?": "���"7���T37  [Mr..W.C.Carne,(o&,��  ; The annual general vestry of the  parish of St. Michael and All Angels was held on Monday, the 12th  inst., at 8 p.m, Archdeacon Greene  presided. After prayer arid the  reading and confirming of the  minutes of the. previous annual  meeting, the rector read his report-  He congratulated the congregation  on tlie general advance lri*pariah  affairs and, the. increased interest  taken in the work of the 'church.  The Forward Movement was press-j  ed upon the attention of the entire congregation. There was sn  increase-in the church population  and in the number jpf communicants. The Church Committee was  highly Commended for the management of the finance ofthe parish in such a'way aa.to be able, to  report a substantial reduction of  the debt; -A great, part of their  success wis owing, to the care and  attention given by Mr. Fiaher, the  people's warden, to.,- the management of the funds and the keeping  of the accounts. The choir showed steady- improvement under thej  organist, Mrs. Ford, and the choirmaster, Mr. Graves,  The superintendent of the Sunday-school, Mr. .Beale. through  pressure of business arid other 'circumstances was obliged to resign  the office and Mr. Fi A. Martin had  taken over the duties with an : er-  rrest staff of teachers and was carrying oik the work with energy and  tta\,' - ./...' te .;:���- ������ ������....',.  ' The W.A, the senior and jujnior  branchea and. tha.Chancel Guild  were commended for'their continued assistance in the -Worlfc of the  parish and mission*, (he fatter being the special work of the W.A.  The'frite*iorc.ol- the 'church ;w*a  being greatly improved "by 'the  arceding  which wat the  gift- of  the schools .with the sewer, to remedy a  condition which he characterized. aa disgraceful to tha community. ��� - - -.    ���-...,  Beforo the.meeting concluded.. Mr. Ball  advanced a suggestion that a Ratepayers'  Association be formed to keep irr tftuch  with civic matters, but chiefly to ensure  that capable candidates were forthcoming  lor civic'office. . ��  This suggestion found favor, and a pro.  .visional .committee  consisting gf Mi  -Calders^eckie. Rees, McCarthy-and. Rail  w��r* aBpointod.      5 ' .���...:/���=:��..���,  ,V.-..-V.i'  isr*"'~ -'��ty ot  her son ian who'.waa'killed at ''���������':��'  | Vimy Ridge.. Tl c rep ,A waif ris-* *"* js-  f��eived wabgejnsir ^*i4>r��*����:.,  Tharepfcrt fewpsopje's wa*-'  den waa then given by Mr. Fisfier.'     l(ffJ**JJ  He waa able, lo, je^ort progress irr  the financial conditipps. The open '  offertoriea , ohowed ..ari . increase.   ;.     ;,k  The  envelope  aysteni.  however,  owing, to  the departure of some       "'"'  subscribers, showed- a  very slight '���  *"   '' ���  improvement which he anticipated        would be greatly augmented by...  reason of an -.'reflux of. new coiners.  The reduction of the church building debt waa undertaken by the  committee in March and had been  productive of encoWaging reaulta,  with better prpapects for 1920.  The old church bad-been disposed ..  'of to the Salvation-Army at a satisfactory figure enrrsideririg the conditions under which "the btiildinjg .  had been retained, being liable to  removal on notice as the lota on  which it stood had long since been  disposed of. The. proceeds had  all been applied to.she reduction  of building debts.  - ? ��� V ?,���'���   ���    , ���  Mr. F. A. Martin then gave a  'brief but interesting report of the  Sunday'School.'-   -r-���.. .'*  The rector'a stipend was increaaed bjr $300 a year;     ������'-  The election of lay delegates to  the synod th*eri followed and Messrs. EH Willan.G. C.Harvey and  L. E. Taylor were chosen. Substitutes in event'of inability of the  delegates being able tt>attend were'tf-,  l^esvs, F. A, .Taylof and R Du-  Moulin. ��� . ..   '   ' ':  The   i ret or* stated he ha'd'frs'ked  Mr F. W. Grovea  to  continue as  his warden and he had kindly consented to act again.  .' Mr. C,' A. Fiaher was unanimous- ��� '  ly re-elected *��: people's warden.  The election of the,. Church Committee then took place,'the follow- '  iris   being   elected:   Messfs.,F.'A.':  Martin, % E.  Denisoti'G.'StVrliriJj V"  O. S. Aitkeh. "f. 4 ^Ift'r, U%\. ;��V;  Taylor,   Afister Camerbn,-.I. W- '.���;;'  .Stirling, A. WhifSa;     ;:<.    : "������'.--    i, "*"-.������  Vote*' of thanksto the fcflrowirHj'jyA^ -  were  then*, paaaed.:    The   W!"AV  ":"  Chance!'    Guild,    Sunday    School  staff, choir,  retiring' wardens and.  Church Corn'mitee"*; thowwHo' gave   :*'.-,  the use of their cais to convey lhe  rector to oufttde"services;'the R<��-    (' '������'  land Presbyterian :' church foi.the,   ..  use  of their building for aeivices;  the East Kelov/na. .aebool'.-truafeea; ;  for the use of their achool for aee..  jvicei; Mr. Denison for his services  The meeting was then closer  ���:^k:^.$a  ��� \ frfl  1  '���**!  *>'i  v**S  ���������*-������  Ail  't:Mi"  w  ������:::/���  ��� ��� ...i  e, tAttrat  KELOWNA  KECOM)  1 Ua SseSjIalan  aaa nasi ataer-  ivwtisory, 5* Hawtlwast  S at lvaa*-*a* Teasm at  ia assssa a* is*  .-it ef *��� suatrles I*  asstto* S�� era sslaat-  'wlT^RSl-  at 1*r S  ��  rttTean stifle  ' triassTr  ��JJi.  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Uth, 1920  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thuraday, January 22th,  1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  weak Beavers; next for duty, the  Wolves.  PARADES: Th* combined troop  will parade at thc club room on  Tuesday, January 20th at 7.1 J pm  Colonel Belson will lecture the  parade on field sketching at 7.45  p.m.  The bugle band will parade at  tha fire hall oa Thuraday January  22nd at 7.30 p.m. for practice, and  tha usual basket-ball practices will  ba held on Wednesday and Friday.  Rutland News  <lMaft MT ���*��(. txirrswBuitttMt,,  Motor  .Express  H��avy HtsutinB  ft. CHAPMAN  <*to* iV.    P.O.tas  Ml.  olstering  y��sr Psra-niraswarkesW,'  re-covered ar Naasrsd.   I  <*a ra.uphalster year auto.  *�� buggy seat ��ad SMS* it  lik* aaw.  Mattresses Pianos, Ice.  Romade Polished  M^.aadUpJuWW  AJQ Ci.sr.Bf* Ressanable  ���,��j.HsaiMUBMII*a��aaasa��i .Ill '  A. Hemewootdi  lata wHh tCeisrvra* foiairan. Co.  aassaa*satss*��N���***����|,��*,*^*,^  An open meeting af th* United  Farmara of EC. (Rutland), will ba  held in lha school on Monday.  January 19th, al 0 p.m. prompt,  when Mr. J. W. Jonas, M.LA. will  give aa address on matters ol vital  importance to lha community.  Members af the Wemea's Institute  cordially invited.  There was only a small attendance at the meeting of ths Worn-'  en's Institute an Thursday,, bul  same Intel eating subjects were'  talked eter in connection with  thi* year'* work. It was decided  to offer fonr arises to the school  children for the beat esssy on "Tha  Duty of Kindness to Animals." It  was also decided lo aasist in carrying out a propossl of Mrs. Graham  of Lsdnsr, to form a children's  lesgua lo grow seeds to be sent to  the school children in Englsnd,  who will rail* plants from them  and then sal them out on tha  grave* of Canadian' heroes buried  there. The children performed  this labor of lava last ysar al  Shernclisfe cemetery.  Members ar* asked to tek* special not** of the farmera' invitation  lo attend a meeting in tha school  an Monday the 19th.  Tha third meeting of the "Rutland Rustlers," the recently organ-  ised girls' club, took place at th*  home af the Mise** Turner last  Friday evening. After a. quit*  lengthy business session. Miss  Msnn gars a brief talk on' Ban-  dagiag with a demonstration paft  ticipaled in by all. Mis* Dorothy  Turner raad a paper on "Famous  Musicians," illustrated with victrola records of their masterpieces,  Tha club has adopted for  standard intellectual and physical  development and sarviea (com-  inanity) work. Thay meet every  twe wseka on Friday evening, al-  (���mating wilh tha Y.P.S. The neat  meeting will be at lha home of  Miss Alms Mugford oh January  23rd.  Tba officers of the club, are;  president, Mias Brace ; vicsvpreai-  dsnr, Mia* Earla McDonald; Seer*,  tary.traaaurar. Miss Msnn.  Same mean thing (of ihrjr enals  persuasion) wanted us lo refer 1  tba "Rutlera" a*  the "G"|  Needle** lo say, he waa pi;oi  crushed.   . 1  Orders for  Local  Scouts  Kelowna Troop  Thuraday, January 15,192  3  Mayor Gala was elected over  Alderman Kirk at Vancouver last  Thursday by a majority of over  IJ00.  A list of Carmen war criminals  to be tried before lba war tribunals  has been "reduced from twelve  hundred lo three hundred. All  unimportant German leaders again-  ot whom only slight charges have  been made, go free. Tha names  ef ibe former Crown Prince and  Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria remain en lha li*t to be tried.  VETEIUN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  Any TIRfeorTUBtv  thst is repairable  Our guarantee la gees!.   Try ua.  G.  LAKE  A 3J-y��a�� TehaTt*  O.K. Lumber Co. Oftce  **s|rswd *"�������., Kelewa*  ���S"   HIMUlgplI���III  I unsiusa  Wa hava 36 scouts on the roll  at present but of these 3 liye in the  country so their attendance cannot  be so regular in the winter, but  there are 33 scouts living in town.  At the parade lest Tueaday we only  had an attendance of 20 and of  ihsss 7 were lata. While this, is  vary poor yat lhat number is just  about right (or tha limited site of  oar quarters. Some dey perhaps  we may aee tha Kelowna troop  established in proper quarters-  some day when lha voices of its  present member* ara heard no  more in the land.  In thi* connection we should  lik* to express our thank* hare to  the Salvation Army for their kindness in permitting us lo store our  tents and other equipment in their  Army Hall, our old club room.  ���  a   ���  The attendance* al the bugle  bsnd practices hsve also been very  hsphaxard lately, and unless they  improve the band will be disband,  ed. We cannot expect Mr. Gpre  lo give an evening e weak for instruction if tha members do not  tske sufficient interest lo attend the  practices.  a    ' *  a  We hava not heard from Summerland yat with regard to their  visiting us eo that it will be now  too lata to arrange this for lhe 23rd,  which is probably just as well for  us snyway, as again at the basketball practices the attendances have  been very poor, and seem to he  conditional upon there being absolutely nothing else to do. Thi*  spirit will not of course turn out  any championship teams. Now  however that every scout knows  exactly what practices he should  attend, wa hope to aee the keen  interest of last year reappear, and  ws certainly trust to hsve the Summerland acout* up here at a little  later data. We take ths following  from their column of Isst weak:���  "A latter from Kelowna troop re  basket-ball was raad. Our brother  scouls there wish to have a game  wilh us in the near future if possible. Like Isst yesr there will be  three teams, although these may  be classed differently from before.  Our idea is to hava the best fifteen  playeis play, while the Kelowna  troop suggest* to have the second  and third teams composed of scouts  not over a certain fixed weight for  eech class.' No doubt both suggest-  Iions hsje their good points, but  'tba latter would almost certainly  leave out soma of our bigger boys.  However, we surely oan arrange  the games and not let this: score  block the way,"  Our stand in thia connection is  that the bigger bpy�� are only a part  of tha troop ana that all the troop  activities including ethlstic* should  embrace the whole .troop.  P.L Carl McKonxie pasted the  requirements for lbs Dairyman's  badge before Mr. Austin of the  school staff to-day.  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUR SHED  Now is tbs thaw to lay in your  supply for next season  $1.20 per ton  At Cosen'e Pond  Extra cherae ita delivery  Special rate for large quantity  Kelownt Bapfct Church  Annual Meeting  The annual aocial gathering and  business meeting of the Bapiist  Church waa held on Monday evening. The proceedings opened  with a banquet for which abundant provision had been made by  the ladiea of th-congregation. The  tables, tastefully laid and decorated  ware most attractive and the large  company assembled did ample  justice to the good things provided.  After a very enjoyable time of  aocial inteicourse the acting paator  Rev. W. F. Price called the meeting  lo order for business. Devotional  exercise* were held, following  which the annual reporta of the  various organisations connected  with the church ware presented by  the respective secretaries. All theae  reports showed that quiet but  steady and substantial progress was  being made in all departments of  the church's life and activities. The  church is united snd happy under  ths wies and able pastoral csre of  Rev. W. F. Price.  The financial report for the year  ahowad that all accounts (or 1919  hsd been paid, a small adverse  balance being promptly and en-  ihusiastkslly met in the meeting,  ihe total amount raised being the  largeat in the church'* history,  with the exception of the year  1912.  After the reception of the report*  the officer* for th* ensuing year  ware elected as follows: Deacons,  J. E. Reekie, Geo. Patterson, S. J.  Weeks, A. G. McGregor.). H. Harris, A. Good ; clerk, H W. Swerdfager; treasurer, Miss M. I. Reekie;  financial secretary, Geo. Brown  Sunday-school supt., Jas. Wilkie.  An interlude was called during  the evening to allow for a presen-  tation to be made on behalf of the  choir to Mis* Edna Clarke, who  for *ome conaiderable time had  acted a* organist. Considerable  applause proved the presentation  to be a popular one. Mi. S. Weeks  represented the choir.-  Professional Cards  BURNE * tfBDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public  I. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER:  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for publicBujld-  ings.Town and Country Residence*  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.C.E.  Consulting Cloll aad Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  sWsass aad Basalts ��e tsitfftstt Wastes  sSUSaVXSxia'ats^Bf>'B\J I flff   YVstSaSaT LaWsSxSaa*tSKS*l  KELOWNA. g. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHttD  DENTIST  Pendosi Street  aad   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTH1E, VA, D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Seraooa  ssaaT'ts    v��������-  Calls Ufl with Dr. J. E. Wright, DeauM.  WUIitsBlosk. will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C Load Surveyor  Hewetson h Mantle Black     ���     Kelowna  Phone H7  s^s����V,^^si��*ar��>ii>>^W����a����^ia^,r^^^^iN^Vi-^^^^^^^<'%��S^i*  Ssfnae  Lassoes ia Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  r^^t^^t^^^^^^^t^s^^f-^^^^^^ft^^^t^ti^^^^ji^^^s,  -|aAr^AMaAf^><^.^Al<^MAV<T^AA^<>r^���>s  W.aSQOTT  PlursbeT and Tinsmith  lakhkur aad Reoairs  i/w**^a��a**a*, **���*****" ���ar'sssassaxses m  PhasMai "ksiamtMiR����idme*9l  ^^ TSTie��*a  s����ias%i��asstj|^^^m��aa��vs^^^y>.tvm  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TMACHER OT DANCING  Classes Forming for the New Year  Pkeae far aa appaJaHnsnt  ^^^-^^^n,.-.  s  E  R  V  I  C  E  THE  OI L  SHOP  CALL AROUND   VULCANIZING  Are your TIRES in good shape for  spring driving ) Let us examine  them���all cut* and bruises, inside  and out, should be repaired.  If you need new equipment we can  supply you. 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Our prices wilt interest you,,  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38. MAIN STREET. PENTICTON, B.C.  |.     ��� tuts  . ':  McEwan^ the Photographer  jC|T Begs to announce that ha has taken over from  ^LJI Mr. Willis the studio and business of Hudson,  Stocks 6t Co., and the premises are now being  renovated and refitted. When this is dene the whole  business will'be transferred from the Rowcliffe Block  to the new studio. With the larger facilities thus  afforded Mr. McEwaq will be in a position to give  first-rate photographic service. His many veers  experience in professional work with some of* lhe  best old country end Canadian firms is a guarantee  of good work.  PORTRAITS  ENLARGING  LANDSCAPE  PICTURE FRAMING  AMATEUR FINISHING  wssm Tjb*r**i��y. jVnwjry , 1920   . U ! ���  KBtOWNA  RECORD  PAGE TORES  n      ir r  e  Storage, Limf ed  REGISTERED OFFICE  KELOWNA, B.G  CAPITAL   -   35,000.00  Divided into 3,500 Shares oi $10.00 each;  ���..  -"it .V--  # ���  v  EIGHT PER CENT. PER ANNUM GUARANTEED SHARES  Crop Losses. 1919  Need for Storage  The 1919 fruit season has- very forcibly shown the. necessity for  storage for the Fruit and Vegetable Crop of the Kelowna District, hi  the great loss sustained by. the Growers mainly through insufficient  storage to protect the crop from frost and ether conditions.  M ���  J83  Storage feuilding Capacity  The Kelowna Storage, Limited, has received the preliminary  plans of a Frost-Proof Storage Building 86 feet by 130 feet, three  stories high, with a capacity of 150 cars of apples.  Eight per cent. Guaranteed  Fruits and Vegetables are perishable commodities which need  protection against frost, delays in transportation and glutted markets.  Occasions arise when these commodities require tb bits held until the  markets are able to absorb them, otherwise prices suffer and disaster  follows.  Facilities roust be provided for storage, and the enterprise of the  Kelowna Storage, Limited, should commend itself to all persons who  are financially interested in the prosperity of the Kelowna District,  whether directly interested in the Fruit Business or not.  A lease for this building has been entered into between the Stor  age Company and the Kelowna Growers' Exchange, whereby the  latter has agreed to lease the Storage Building for a period of twenty  years, "paying therefor, a rental which guarantees eight per cent, per  annum on the par value of the shares of The Kelowna Storage, Limited,  according to the prospectus.  Canada War Bonds at par  Arrangements have been made whereby intending subscribers  for shares may pay for them in Canada War Bonds. Such bonds will  be accepted at their par value.  PROSPECTUS  THE KELOWNA STORAGE, LIMITED  REGISTERED OFFICE, KELOWNA. B.C.  Incorporated under the, ''Companies Act," being Chapter 39 of the Revised Statutes of  British Columbia, 1911, and Amending Acts.  CAPITAL .135.00-^00.    , ���  Divided into 3300 shsraa ol $10.00 ��ach  All of the above Shares are ordinary shares and the balance of "2,004 shares are now  offered for public subscription, payable as follows:���  10 per cent', upon application andjthe balance upon allotment.  1496 shares, equal to $14,960.00, have already been allotted.  THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY ARE:  EDWARD MAURICE CARRUTHERS, of Kelowna, B.C  GEORGE ALEXANDER BARRAT, of Kelowna, B.C.  CHARLES FRANCIS RUSH, of Glenmore, Kelowna, B.C.  GROTE STIRLING, of Kelowna, RC.  JOHN COUSSMAKER ANDERSON, of Kelowna, B.C.  The Bankers of the Company are The Royal Bank of Ganada, of Kelowna, B.C.  The Auditor of the Company is Mr. C. H. Jackson, of Kelowna, B.C., Notary Public.  The Solicitors of the Company are Messrs. Burne & Wendell, of JCelowha, B.C.  The Secretary, of the Company is Mr. J. L. Macready, of Kelowna, B.C. (occupation,  Secretary of the Kelowna Growers' Exchnge). .    '  Copy hereof filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies as required by Sub-section 4 of Section 89 of the  Companies Act, R. S. B. C.,'1911, Chapter 39.  Land Company Manager  Fruit Grower  Fruit Grower  Civil Engineer  Rancher  The growth of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange has rendered necessary the acquisition of, further warehouse and storage space, which is essential to the economical working  of its business. The public, and particularly the shareholders of the Kelowna Growers'  Exchange, are invited to assist in the progress and up-building of its business with security  for their capital and the assurance of an annual return of eight per cent, thereon.  This Company has purchased Lots 19, 20 and 21, save and except the North  Fourteen (14) inches of Lot Twenty-one (21), Registered Plan 744, situate in Kelowna,  B. C, on Vfater Street, having a frontage of 172 Feet thereon, 150 feet frontage on Haynes  Avenue, and 172 feet of railway trackage, including also a warehouse with 7,250 sq. feet  of floor space. With its long trackage and frontage on two streets this is probably  the most valuable warehouse site in Kelowna and affords ample room for the construction  of new buildings.  The Kelowna Growers' Exchange has agreed tolease ihe property from the Company.  for a term of twenty years "Jat an annual rental sufficient to pay a return of 8% on the  Company's subscribed capital.Jahd has agreed in addition to pay .all taxes, insurance, maintenance and other expenses connected with the property! ��ls0.'t0 Pal* a reasonable sum  annually to the Company to cover depreciation of the buildings on the property.  Further issues of shares may be made from time to time' to provide monies for the  erection of new buildings or improvements to the property, arid if and when this should be  done the Kelowna Growers' Exchange- has agreted to enter into a new lease to cover the  increased value of the property, upon the same terms and conditions as are set forth  above.  It is proposed that at a'future date the shareholders of ,the Company will sell their  shares at par for cash to the Kelowna Growers' Exchange as1 soon as it has the necessary  funds for such "purchase, and for this purpose to secure the agreement of all applicants for  shafes'to "tell t*h>ir'tjhares, at the time of their amplication.  The Company has been promoted under the auspices of the Directors of the  Kelowna Growers' Exchange who take pleasure in being able'to urge its shareholders and the  public to support them and finance the requirements of'its business in this sound and  profitable undertaking. The Directors of the Company are all Directors of the Kelowna  Growers'Exchange as well.  A copy of the Company's memorandum of Association, with the names, descriptions  and addresses of the signatories thereto and the number of shares subscribed for by them  respectively, is printed at the foot of this prospectus and forms part of it.  The Articles of Association provide that the qualification of a Director is to be the  holding of at least one share in the Company, and that the future remuneration of the  Diiectore and their remunei'tit'iOn for service performed previously to the First General Meeting shall be determined by1 the Company in General Meeting.-Also that the Company may in  General Meeting from time to time alter the remuneration, qualification and number of the  Directors. The Articles further provide that the Directors may from tim*|to time.appoint  one or more of their body to bemanagihg director or managing directors of the Company  at a remuneration to be fixed from time to time by the Directors,'which1 may'be by way  of salary or commission, or participation'in profits, or by any or all of thesekmetho^.*^..  ���Ji ". ��� The Articles of 'As^fMion'^ls.o'pjrovide that'if "the Company sJ^Hefff&.iW of i&  shares to the publit for subscription; '  ' ��. -~-j i ***/   '  (a) The Directors snail hot make any allotment thereof unless and until at least one  ���        per cent, of the shares so offered shall have been subscribed, and the sums payable on  application shall have been paid to and received by the C*ompahy;*ut this provision  is no longer to apply after the first allotment of shares offered to. Ite public for suty  scription has been, made....' >. ,,.���  (b) The amount payable on 'application 6n each share so offered shall not be less  than five percent, of the nominal amount of the share. Also that-if thajCompany,  Shall not offer any of its shares to the-public for subscription theJOjrectdrs shall not  Sroceed to allotment until five shares have been subscribed for'and fifty per cent.,  as been paid up on each share. ,  ' .     '.'  The names and addresses of the Vendors of I��ts 19, 20 and 21, save and except the  North Fourteen (14) inches of Lot Twenty-one (21),-. Registered Plan 7.44, Kelowna, B.C.,  which the Company has purchased for $10,000, are Benjamin de Furlong Boyee, of Kelowna,  B.C., Physician, and Palmer Brooks Willits, of Kelowna, B.C., Druggist, and the Kelowna  Growers' Exchange, an incorporated Company having its registered office at Kelowna, B.C.  The property as mentioned above was held by the Kelowna Growers' Exchange under  Agreement for Sale from the said Benjamin de Furlong Boyee and Palmer Brooks Willits,  and for its interest in the property the Kelowna i Growers' Exchange has received 200 shares  of the Company, equal to $2,000, and the said* Boyee and Willits are to receive $8,000 cash  under the terms of the said Agreement, with interest thereon .on the unpaid balance at the ".  rate of 8<J*Jper annum from the 1st day.of May, 1919.  The amount of preliminary expenses of the Company was $261.23.  ��� The Directors of the Company were interested in the said property purchas  Company as Shareholders of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.' The shares help Jay <  tors m the-Kelowna Growers' Exchange are as follows:���  Iby the  eDirec-  Edward Maurice Carruthers,  George Alexander Barrat,  Russell Fordharn,  Grote Stirling,  John Coussmaker Anderson,  one share,  one share,  one share,  one share,  four shares.  Copies Of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company can be  inspected at the registered oflice of the Company at any time during business hours or at. the  office of C. H. Jackson and H. W. Farmer, joint selling agents, Kelowna, B.C., and copies of  this Prospectus and Forms of Application for shares can also be obtained at the registered  office of the Company.    Form of application for shares also.accompanies the prospectus.  Applications for shares should be made upon the Application Forms,so obtained and  sent to the registered office of the Company, or to C. H. Jackson and H. W.-Farmer, joinf  selling agents, Kelowna, B.C., together with a remittance of the amount of the deposit.  Where no allotment is made the deposit will be/returned in i full, and where the  number of shares allotted is less than the number applied for the balance of the deposit will  be applied towards the remaining payments. .        ' I .  Failure to pay any future instalments of shares allotted when due, will render pre-  -rious payments liable to forfeiture. '  V '  This Prospectus has been duly filed with-Ute Registrar oi Joint Stocjc Companies at  Victoria, B.C. . . \  Dated this 2nd day of January, 1920. "     v  Signatures: j' \ '  EDWARD M. CARRUTHERS  .GEORGE A. BARRAT  j-fj (per J. L. Macready)  CHAS. F. RUSH '  GROTE STIRLING  J. C. ANDERSON  Witness to the above,  J. L. MACREADY,  Accountant,  1 Kelowna, B.C.  i.  Shares may be obtained at the Office of The Kelowna Growers' Exchange, or from C. H. JACKSON and H. W. FARMER," joint selling agents, office Be^ntwd Avenue  (next to Royal Bank)  SUBSCRIPTION LIST NOW  OPEN  1'   i    ~ PAGEFOCK  KELOWMA   RBCO-U)  Thursday, January 15,1920  CREAM PRICES  {���rom January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices : No. 1 -   70c per lb. butter fat  . No. 2 - 68c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  #3  A.  Don't Buy a Pig in a Bag.  When you send money to a mail order house,  you "Buy a pig in a poke" You may not get  what you send for, as you are always asked to  make "A Second Choice." If goods are damaged  in transit, there is trouble and at best, an irritating 'delay in getting matters straightened out.  If your local merchant asked you to pay for an  article before you ever saw it, what would you  say?. Yet that is what the mail order house insists upon. Read the advertisements, see what  you are buying, and spend your money at home.  SijiPSifSaSWrWHiW  SEtCLE   SYNDICATE  mrmiawaruaiMHTO  ..itrnwaaavasi.  tu,._-r)j  Annual Meeting of  St. Andrew's Church  The annual vestry meeting ol the  congregation of St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission, was held on Saturday evening, January 10th *at 8  o'clock. The rector presided. After  prayer and the reading and confirming of the minutes of lhe previous meeting, the rector spoke  briefly of the work carried on during the year, referring specially to  the improved attendance at the  church services, and the increase  in the number of communicants.  Mr. R. Gray shortly after his return  from overseas, took up his duties  as lay reader, holding services twice  ,i month. Mr. Hobson next read  his repei t which showed the church  finances to be in excellent snap'-,  with a substantial balance in hanrl.  The retiring wardens, Messrs. w\  D. Walker and W.D Hobson were  reappointed for the ensuing' year.  The following were elected members of the Church Committee :  Messrs. R. Gray, C. F. Sarsons, G.  Hall, W. Shand and G. Chap in.  The question of a memorial to  the men of the congregation who  liarl fallen in the war was then  considered and a committee consisting of Miss Gray and Messrs,  Fuller and Hall was appointed to  act with the rector, obtain information and report in due course. A  sum was set aside towards church  insurance, improving the fences,  and completion of the survey of  the cemetery lots.  Votes of thanks were passed to  the Indies, Miss Oakeley and Miss  Gray, who cared for the sanctuary  during the yeai ; to Mrs. Shand,  organist, and the wardens and  Church Committee. The meeting  was then brought to a close in th  usual manner.  Friday Night  Wesley Hall at 8.15 p.m.  If'you Rave  read about  TARZAN  DON'T FAIL TO SEE  Car veth Web  THE JUNGLE EXPLORER  and his  Real Jungle Pictures  Made from his own photos and in Natural Colors,  also GORGEOUS COSTUMES.  You can go to the Movies every day-rthis is  NOT"A MOVIE, it is much better.  TWO HOURS SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT  Friday Night  Wesley Hall at 8.15 p.m.  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the  undersigned and endorsed "Tender for  Horse Stable, Experimental Farm, Summer-  land, B.C.." will be received until 12 o'clock  noon, Thursday, January 15, 1920, ior the  construction of a horse stable at the Experimental Farm, Summerland, B.C.  Plans and Specifications can be seen  and forms of tende? obtained at the offices  of the Chief Architect, Department of  Public Works, Ottawa, the Superintendent  of Experimental Farm, Summerland, B.C.,  the Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., and  the Superintendent of Maintenance, Department of Public Works, Vancouver, B.C.  Tendera will not be considered unless  made on the forma supplied by the Department and in accordance with the conditions set forth therain.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 p.c. ef the  amount of the tender War Loan Bonda  of the Dominion will also be accepted as  security, or war bonds and cheques if required to make up an odd amount.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, December 20, 1919. 8  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  We Repair  Any TIRE or TUBE  that is repairable  Our guarantee is good.   Try us.  G.  LANE  A 35-year veteran  O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave., Kelowna  ICE ICE  CUT READY TO HAUL  TO YOUR SHED  Now is the time to lay in your  supply for next season  $1.20 per ton  At Cosen's Pond  Extra charge for delivery  Special rate for large quantity  Apply  ERNEST  SNOWSELL  P.O. Box 53 or at the Pond  5-8p  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   .   Phone 180  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Kinds of Repairs  BhRNARD AVENUE.  KELOWNA.  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  ,   in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Job  Printing  We are well equipped  for the production of every  variety of Job Printing.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letterheads  Billheads  Monthly Statements  Envelopes  Loose Leaf Supplies  Agreements  Business Cards  Circulars  Programmes  Order Books  Counter Check Books  The Record  Phone 94  ������HHHHaasi mmm  Thuraday, January 15,1920  HOOWlfA UtCOtO  PAGE THREE  Annual White Sale  COMMENCES THIS WEEK  Exceptional Values are being offered in many  linea of White jGoodg. Make selection now at  these remarkable low prices.  White Sale Goods  ac^=*"*=_' i  in the Staple Department  PILLOW COTTON in a fine even weave, 42-in. and  44-in. wide     65c yd.  WHITE SHEETING. Special value, 72-in. wide 60c yd.  ��� ��� ��� ���     80-in. wide SOc yd.  WHITE LONGCLOTH, ha* no filling, 36-inch, wide,  'rag. 50c yd.   40c yd.  WHITE SHEETS. 2J yds. long. 2 I -4 yds. wide $3.75 pr.  Alto better quality $4.50 pr.  PILLOW SLIPS on sale at    $1 pair  NAINSOOK. Longcloth and Cambric, 36-in. to 42-in.  wide.   White Sale price   45c yd.  WHITE Marcella Quilts, in large bed tize, for ... $5.25  WHITE PIQUE in fine and wide cord 75c yard  DAMASK TABLE LINEN, in a pure all-linen quality  Reduced to            $2.25 yd.  Embroideries at Special Prices  Fine Nainsook All-over Embroidery ... $1.25 yd.  Muslin Embroideries and Insertions, in many  designs           10c yd.  Wide Embroideries of fine Organdie and Lawn,  specially priced at   35c yd.  Cofset  Covert  ttylet and  many  sizes, some  trimmed with fine lace,  while others are trimmed  with embroidery. Sale  prices 50c to $2.50  Muslin & Nainsook Nightgowns, made of excellent materials, $1.95,  $2.50 and $3.50 each  Children's White Corduroy  ' and Bear  Cloth Coats,  reduced  in  price,  the  first  price commencing  at $2.95 each  White Cotton embroidered  crepe    Nightgowns,  in  '   full size. $4.95 each  Nainsook Drawers come  well finished and neatly  trimmed, on tale at $2.50  Cream Flannelette Night  Gowns, in women't sizes. $1.95 and $2.50  White Nainsook and Muslin Skirts, lace and embroidery trimmed, $2.75  to $4-25 each   ���   UAfftttO  &&***��*  PHONE   3M  KELOWNA  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Gat your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of *   .  COAL COAL  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen ox Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Pereheron Horses  .    \ (Mareo and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  i i   i' . ��� i  For further information apply   ���  G�� H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at th* oftca of Harvey, Dusjsjta aad Davis.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Miss Campbell was a passenger  yesterday for the coast.  R. W. Brown was a visitor from  Penticton Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Davis are  visitors this week from Calgary.  Mrs. David Lloyd George, wife  ofthe prime minister, took her seat  last week in the quarter session at  Carnarvon as' the first Welsh woman magistrate.  Judge Swanson wat down Monday and held ��� session of the  County Court, only a few minor  cases being up for hearing.  Following upon the somewhat  pessimistic forecasts by Mr. R. M.  Winslow of a further sugar famine  thit year, comet the reassuring announcement by the Hon, Dr. Tolmie, minister of agriculture, that  as a result of his efforts to solve  the sugar tituation, there will be  ample sugar to satisfy western re;  quirements after today.  After the 18th of the present  month e change it to be made in  the tcheduled time of arrival of the  afternoon boat. It will be due to  arrive from the north at 3.10' p.m.  instead of 3.55. 'The morning  beat from Penticton remains the  aame���8.45 a.m.  Traffic officers and agents of the  C.P.R-. in the Okanagan district are  to meet in Vernon Friday and  Saturday of thit week immediately  following the convention of the  B. C. Fruitgrowers" Association. A  review will be made by the railway  men of the past year's operation!,  and plans> discussed for the coming season.. ���  A'district exhibit of seeds and  potatoea it being got together to  take to Kamloopt Seed Fair, and  anyone who haa good samples of  grain, corn, beans, peas, vegetable  or flower seeds or potatoes is asked to at once communicate with  T. M. Anderson (phone 334) who  will call and collect the exhibits if  necessary, or with R. L Dalglish  (phone 8). Mr. W. R. Laws of  Bankhead ia taking charge of the  staging of the exhibit. Everything  supplied for thia stand will be  brought back and returned.  The marriage took place at St,  Michael's Church yesterday afternoon of Francit Nicholas, a ranch  er of the Rutland district, to Miss  Margaret Findlay. - The ceremony  was performed by tne Ven. Archdeacon Greene,- at 2.30 in the presence of a small party of friends  and relatives. The bride was given  away by her brother. Following  the ceremony a reception was held  at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Harvey, the happy couple  leaving later by boat for a short  honeymoon down the lake. On  their return they are to live at the  bridegroom's ranch on the Black  Mountain road.  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fencer Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  .Phon. 5002 P.O. Box 418  Crook's Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  Whsa sunshine maks* seeing  painful you will aad fraet  comfort by wearing a pair of  glasses ground from Sir William Crook's patented tftm.  Tha shads is so light thst lhe  vision is littla impaired yat  thay ars most netful to ths  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist     Kalowna  Misa Lane was a passenger to  Vancouver Monday.  T. N. Morrison left Monday on  a visit to Princeton.  Mr. and Mias Carney left Tuesday on a visit to Rochester, Minn.  Mrs. Purves and child were passengers latt F.iday to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrt. T. Bulman were  passengers Saturday for the coast.  Geo. Hill went down to the  coast Saturday last on a visit  Mr. Stewart, of Glenmore, was a  passenger to Vancouver last weej^  end.  A coatt paper contain! an announcement of the wedding at St.  Paul't Church, Tuetday, of Miss  Helen Marien Webster, of Victoria,  to Lawrence John Kelly of Kel-  i/na.  Miss C. Arbuthnot left Monday  for Seattle. She will be absent for  about six weeks, during which time  the store will be closed.  Mrs. Schoultz and baby who  have been ataying with Mrs. Dore  for the past few weeks, left Saturday for Banff.  Mr. and Mrt. Geo. Rowcliffe  and John Rowcliffe left Monday  for a holiday in California. They  were accompanied by Mrs. J. Ball.  Mr. J. E. Thrussell left on a short  trip to Vancouver yesterday morning. He expecta to be back in a  few daya.  The Senior Mission Band are  holding a Muaicale and tea at the  home oP Mr. Chat. McCarthy,' Friday evening, January 23rd at 8  o'clock. May the Band receive  encouragement by your pretence  and contribution of 25c.  The annual general business  meeting of the Kelowna Hospital  Society will be held in the Board  of Trade room on Friday, January  30th at 3 p.m.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. F.  Price will preach on "The Richest  Inheritance in the World." In the  evening hia topic will be "Slaves  or Freemen?"  The B. C. Fruitgrowers' meeting  at Vernon thia week drew quite a  number of Kelowna growers and  packera who went up by boat or  car.  Dr. Brock, dean of the faculty of  applied science at the B.C. University (formerly major of the 196th)  it to lecture Saturday evening at  8 p.m. in Wetley Hall on "The  Tenth Crusade Under Allenby."  and the recovery of the Holy Laad  from the Infidel. Collection at the  door.  Rehearsals for the "Mikado'  have commenced and have proved very encouraging. Until the  chorut get more familiar with their  parte the ladiea and gentlemen will  practice on separate nights. Next  Monday evening the ladiea will  meet in the old tchool and on  Tuetday the men will meet at the  tame place. There will be a principals' rehearsal at the home of  Mr. Crowley on Thursday.  *��W*a*8**r*C89*tt^^  Morrison Hall  Weekly Dance  Friday, Jan. 16th  At 9 p.m.  Ws hava made a big effort this  time la provide tha kind of muaic  people want snd will have a Five-  Dx Orchestra to help make you  good and enjoy yourselves.  Be sure to come  Another  Warning  The last time I had occasion to  warn my customers of a pending rise in tha price of Footwear  then waa a general stampede  to my store, although thia waa  not what I particularly aimed at  My preaent atock can ba aold  but onea and I am selling it st a  cheaper rate than that whieh I  can replace it for. The new  stock will coat mora and wiU aell  lor more ��� that is, a FAIR  PROFIT.  Chas Dark .  The Fair SI  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  Leather Cuffs, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks     Suitcases     Club Bags  We have an excellent range of theae goods at all prices  Cutters and Sleighs ^d-Jr* rjoodlw,  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street .Phone ISO  DELCO  Lighting Plants  Modern Utilities, Ltd., Vancouver  wish to .announce that WALTER R.  THOMSON, Lawrence Avenue (east of  Pendozi St.) has taken over our agencies  for the district, and will be pleased to give  a demonstration of a Delco - Light Plant  and Water System in operation at any  time.    For your canvenience 'phone 342  and make an appointment. ' i  Willard Battery Service  STATION  Willard Batteries for Sal* Battery Repairs  Automobile Electrician  General Electrical Contracting,   ���  W. R. THOMSON  Lawrence Avenue  ,  Between Pendozi Street and Ellis Street  Flour Expected to go Higher  ~    ,r  Lay in your supply of PURITY or ROBIN HOOD  at $5.50 per 98 lbs.  Car of high-grade Feed Flour just in... Try this -.  mixed with bran or shorts for atock  or hogs, it makes weight.  Strictly No. I Timothy Hay, per ton $45.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  Free City Deliverv  JEWELRY  REPAIRING & MANUFACTURING  SPECIAL ORDERS  'NEW DESIGNS  first-class WORKMEN  ���  GIVE US A TMAL  W. M. PARKERs&CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW -  MANAGER  4 PACE SIX  KEtOWNA   JUECOiD  Thursday.'January 15,1920  L W. Wilkinson & Co  Eatabliahed 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phane 254 Dext door to Poat Office  GLENN AVENUE.     Two-atorey   frame  hovss, 6 rooma, bathroom, hall, woodshed, chicken houae, stable, large build,  sag adjoining, suitable  for garage and  atore house.   One acre of land, good  sail.  30  bearing  fruit treea.   $4,500 on  terma.  STOCKWELL   AVENUE.     Two-atorey  frame   house,  full/   modern, 6  rooms,  bslhraotn. lot 58 a 120. $2,800 on terms.  WOLSEY AVENUE.    Two-storey frame  house,   ft   rooms,   bathroom,   kitchen.  wosdahed, chickenhouee, stable. $2,200.  PENDOZI  STREET.   Two-atorey brick  house, $ rooms, hall, pantry and bathroom, full basement, stable hold 3 head  lat Six 150.   $3,500.    $1,000 cash, bal-  anas lo arrange.  ST. PAUL STREET. Bungalow, 6 rooms,  fully   modern,  close  in,   $3,000.   Half  aash, balance to arrange.  PATERSON AVENUE.    4-room  houae  and l.t*. HO a If).     Only $1,200. Helf  aash, balance lo arrange.  Call ia aad ses oar  listings of city pro.  tertian. Wa hava soma aicsptionally good  aye al pricee aad terma to auit.  Oftsss hears, ��� ta ft p.m., Saturdays ��� to  II p.aa.  SI  NoUc* f Tomato Growers  AU temat* growers ���!�� requeated to  ���ttswti a maetinB in Rutland school on  M-a-iny ����t, January 19th, for the purpose  of 4i��cussing prices and contract! for 1920.  Representatives from tha canneri will be  present.  NOTICE  Kelowna Agricultural and Trades  Association  Ths Annual General Meeting of the  above Association will bs held in the  Board of Trade Building on Saturday, 31st  January, 1920, at 2.30 p.m.  H.'C.'M' WILSON.  9-11 Secretary.  Great War Veterans' Assn.  (Women'a Auxiliary)  BALL  Jan,  23rd, 1920  BURNS*S (NIGHT  In the Morrison Hall  Tickets $1, including refreshments  Dancing at 8.30  LIMITED  KELLER   BLOCK  KELOWNA  This is the Seaion for  Ranges  Coal and wood Heaters  Coal Hods      Stove Pipes  Buck Saws Axes  Cross-cut Saws  Hand Saws, &c.  Cider Presses  Washing Machines ard  Wringera  Wash Tuba  Wash Boards  Dairy Pails       Butter Prints  Creamery Cans  Preserving Kettles  Paints, Varnishes, Oils  Turpent irr, tains  Shingle Stain  Wall Paper Kalaomine  Alabastine Brooms  Mops       Cedar Oil  Dust Mops        Flower Pots  Hanging Baskets  Crocks Juga Lamps  Chimneys Lanterns  Lantern Globes  Congoleum Rugs  Door Mats        Coco Rugs  Jelly Jars  Enamelled Sinks  New Williams and Dominion  Sewing Machines  Sharpies  Suction   Feed Separators  Household Fireproof   ales  We can and will make you  a saving  CASH COUNTS HERE  Stockwell's, Ld., Kelowna  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  Friday and Saturday  Special Feature De Luxe  GERALDINE FARRAR  Supported (or the first time by her distinguished husband  LOU TELLEGEN  in  "The World & Its Women"  Th* Most dramatic and memorable picture in which thie combi-nation  ef stars hae yet appeared, traneceading in magnitude and emotional intensity the celebrated divan, "Joan the .Woman".  Alee a Cheater Outing and Christie Comedy,  PUT YOUR CARES ON ICE  Matinee, 3.30, 10c and 25c   Evening. 7.30 6t 9, 20c and 35c  Monday and Tuesday  MAY ALLISON  "Castles in the Air"  9  A delightful eomedy ol refreshing and charming simplicity in which  this talented star, the Golden Girl of the Screen, displays a wide range of  taleat.  Also lhe Fifth Episode of MYSTERY OF 13. The Dominant Serial  with a Punch.  Evening, 7.30 and 9  Admission 15c and 25c  Wednesday and Thursday  MARGUERITE CLARK  in '"  e  "Come out of the Kickers"  This versatile actress, more vivacious, more persuasive, more entrancing than aver ahe haa shown herself to be before, makes the hit of her  acreen earsar in this clever comedy drama. Also a Lyone-Moraa comedy  and Screen Magazine, containing the latest, happenings of world-wide  interest.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116  Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  Listings wanted  K.LO. Bench, Benvoulin,  Ellison and City Property  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commie-  sion on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  CANARIES, good Rollers and Yorkshire!  for sale. Singers, or selected pairs. Mrs.  Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Ave.       4 if  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE. Black Minorca cockerels, blue  ribbon strain, $3 each. W. Fulliard,  Coronation ave. 8-11 p  USED CARS. Ford with starter, $625.  Overland, $600. 1917 McLaughlin Six,  $1,080. All in good running order. On  terms.   M. A. Alsgard.  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, also one-year-old bay  horse colt, white strip on face, white  feet Both branded with small D on  left front foot Reward for information  of same to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  LOST,  Saturday,  large  black  silk  Bag.  Finderplease leave at Willits Drug Store.  9P  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANING-Work wanted office  and house cleaning and other odd jobs,  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483      8p  MISCELLANEOUS  BLACKSMITH wanted soon as possible.  Apply Casorso Bros., Kelowna,        8-11  NOTICE���Any pereon round cutting or  taking timber or wood from the proper,  ties of the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution.    The Central Okanagan  . Lands, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4-11  FOR SALE, the Kelowna Steam Laundry,  now doing capacity business. This  would suit one or two returned men and  is worth investigating. Apply to the  proprietor at the laundry, or to the local  real estate agents. 9tf  FOR SALE, Ancona Cockerel imported  from Shepherds. Took first prize at  Kelowna. $5 takes this grand bird. Ap  ply S. M. Gore, Patterson Ave.       9tf  WANTED, Men's Shirts and Collars to  Launder. We are now doing these  ourselves and the work is top notch,  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5502  GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  LAWSON'S  January Clearance Sale  A DRASTIC clearance of all short lines of Men's Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats and Furnishings, Ladies' Skirts, Blouses and; Piece Goods, Footwear of all kinds for Babes, Children, Misses, Ladies, Boys and Man.  Many lines are marked a great deal less than they may be wholesaled for today.  lhe time is short; the values unusually good.   Come early and get your share.  Remember: Just NINE Days.   Inventory must ba completed January 31 at.  LETS   MAKE   IT   SNAPPY!  Men 3 Furnishings  Men's wool Underwear for $1.75  Men's Fleece Undershirts  $1.00  Men's work Sox 3 pairs for $1.00.  Men's and Boys' Golf Hose, extra special ...$2.00  Men's Odd Pants, values from $4.50 to $6..$3.0O  Men's Felt Hats up to $5.50  $3.00  Men's wool Sweaters, $8.50 to $10.   $6.50  Men's Linen Collar? (new price on these is  3 for $1), selling at the sale 8 for $1.00  Some Exceptionally Fine  Suit and Overcoat  Values for the Men  Fifteen suits only, all sizes, in Tweeds, Worsteds and Mixtures  These will go at ....'........     $19.75 only,.  1 's.   i  Young Men's Overcoats, Two Styles, sizes 35 to 39,  peak lapels, medium and light waists  $42.50 for $31 ; $35 for $26  Boots and Shoes  will form a very special part of this sale, BECAUSE we  cannot re-order many of these lines again and odd lines  have no place here. Remember, spring prices will be  very high.  Men's Lots, only three tables   $4, $5, $6,50  Men's 3-holc Lace Rubbers, extra values   -       *       - $2.75  Boys' Footwear only one price  $3.50  Ladies' Footwear, at two prices  only   r -     -       -    $5 and $6  Infants' Shoes, a real special odd-line table at $ 1.50  Equally as good, Girls', 8 to 10J $2.50  Dainty, Voile Blouses, in  values to $3.75, for... $2  Made with square collar, finished wilh lace  edging, round or V neck, and daintily embroidered with tucked fronts.  Silk stripes & Satin stripes  self material.   Special table $3  Crepe-de-chene & Georgette Blouses, the prettiest creations  we have yet displayed. Limited number of these at $5  Large All-over Aprons,  extra value         $1  Porch   Dresses,  Striped  Prints and Ginghams.    Nice neat assortment of these goods at $2.50  Children's Sleepers and  Combinations, detachable, sizes I and  2, at, per suit..... $1.50  These are Stanfiejd'i make and you should  see them.  REMNANT COUNTED  During the process of inventory we will have many Laces, Ribbons, Voiles, Prints,  Ginghams, Dress Goods, Serges, Tweeds, Cretonnes, Silks, Towelings, Muslins���  everything, in fact, in piece goods. Come often and see what we have, you won't  be disappointed.  THOS. LAWSON, LIMITED


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