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 w^Qv-itA  '      '   '        A%.lmm%  r U v  Ucrovb  legislative Assembly library  Victoria. B.C.  VOL. VII.   NO. 33.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, JULY 8, I9I5.-6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Trade Licences Must  Be Paid Promptly  Suggestion that City Purchase  Corner Lot Adjoining Park  Tax Sale on October 12th  No Hurry About  Provincial Election  Sir Richard  McBride Arrives  in Victoria on Sunday  Messrs. J. F. Bui-lit), 1''. Jt. K. De-  Hurt, li. W. Wilkinson aud JJr. C. ft.  jjickson, representing the syndicate  owning tlio corner to the northeast "Oi  thu cily purk, waited on the council  ut the meeting lust Friday morning  with u proposal that the city purchuse  the property.  Mr. Hume stated that he had appealed ugainst thc ansesBmont of tho  property on the ground that thc c.ti-  ains had the free use of it, as tho  entrance to tho promonado was on a  portion. Jlo hud boon informed, however by the Court of Revision that  this was not a valid reuton for making a reduction ot thu assessment, but  it was suggested 'that the council  might be open to consider an option  lo purchase, lie asked ii the council  would be prepared lo appoint a com'  niitteo to confer with the owners.  Alter some disoussion Aldermen  (Sutherland, liutiunbury und Itaymor  were appointed by the mayor to meet  lho members oi the syndicate to receive any proposal they might wish to  muke, and report to the counoil.  Mr. W. JJ. Brent, manager of the  Growers Exchange applied for the  council's approval of an Application  ior a renewal of the company's lease  of the loreshorc north of the ferry  wharf. He was asked to submit a  copy of the lease and all plant and  documents in connection with thc same  .to tho next meeting of tho council.  Mr. Brent also asked the counoil to  do some ballasting work on the ttreet  leuding to their new warehouse.  Alderman .Sutherland laid there wore  no funds available for street work at  present except such as wat absolutory  necessary lor public saiety until the  date ior the tax rebate had expired,  vruun the amount available for ttreet  and other purposes would be.known.  The I'ublio Works committee, however, were instructed to inspect the  street in question and report to the  next meeting..  A notioe wat reoeived from tht Calgary Board of Trade regarding tho  conference of fruit groweri and thip-  peri to be held there July 7th, Sth  and 9th, and inviting the council iu  send a representative.  The Department of Marine and Fisheries wrote advising the sending of a  red anchor lantern for use, on the  Knox Point light.  The Polish Belief Committeo 'of Canada wrote soliciting contributions to  the fund for the Poles who have been  made destitute by the war.  The accompanying ciroular contained  a copy of the following message from  Ignace Paderewski, the lamous pianist,  a noble son ol Poland, who it devoting all hit time energy and resource!  to the succor ol his suffering country:  "Needs enormous, help urgent, misery indescribable.    Two hundred cities, 7600 towns and villages,     1100  ohurches, are dost rayed; over ten million people are menaced by famine,  thousands dying daily of hunger nnd  exposure.    Do help us to save    our  brothers and sisters Irom starvation.  Whatever is collected    oan be    seat  eithor directly to the General Polish  Relief Committee, National Bank ol  Switzerland, in l.niiHunne, or to the  National    City    Bank, New    York,  whoncn it will bo forward*! to "**ar-  saw   and   other ' centres tor distribution."  Tho city olork ol North Yau'i'iiivw  wrote oliolosiug u copy ol a (.'Solution  passed by that counoil requesting tho  Lieutenant Governor io Counoil to exempt from sale for arrears of taxes  until sux months after tho tnd of tne  .war tho proporty owned in'municipalities by soldiers who have gone to tht  front.  Tho council decided to oxpresi their  approval of the movement.  As enquiries had been reoeived as to  the council's intention regarding a tax  sale, it was decided that the date for  such sale should bt fixed for Ootober  13th.  A court of revision in connection  with Local Improvement Bylaws 174  to ISA was arranged lo be hold July  14th., the Mayor, and Aldormen Sutherland, Rattenbury, Duggan and Bay-  Sir Richard MoBride arrived in Victoria Sunday afternoon after an absence of over three months. .Sir Jtiej-  ard was looking the picture of health.  To the question of when a orovinoial  election would be held. Sir lt.chard  replied;  "The provincial election will bo holj  within the constitutional time. There  will have to be an election before Ap  ril next and oho question of molding a  general election ol members to the le;  islative assembly has to bo d^;i,h 1.  constitutionally, within the next iow  months. But ju.'t nt the moment thero  is no extra crnei-goncy for one, in-ns-  much as tho money markets of the  world are still much depressed. II thero  was anything to be gained by an immediate appeul to the people it would  be by way of securing monotnry assistance in the present local conditions."  ���  Increased Boat Service  Provided by C. P. R.  New Time Table to go Into  Effect Next Sunday  Mr. M. I). Ross, accountant at tlio  Royal Bunk went to Vancouver this  morning for a holiday. v  W. A. Drown, peter Hole, and A, S.  Hoddiuott wont up to Vernon thia  morning, having enlistod in the over  pvhh contingent.  The Rev. T. (Jreene left Monday for  a visit, to Penticton. He returned  home this morning.  Dan MoMillan left this morning lot  Kamloops, he having joined the R. M.  R.'s on bridge guarding service,  Mr. J, A. Digger, who has beon  suffering lately with an attack of  lumbago, left Wednesday morning for  a visit to the Halcyon Hot Springs.  mer being members.  The Chief Constable submitted his  report for the month, showing fourteen minor enaes with a total oj |17.  60 collected in fines.  It was decided to purchase from the  Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., a supply  of 500 feet of 2$ inch fire hose at one  dollar a foot.  Bylaw 194 to strike the rate of taxation at 25 mills was introduced by  Alderman Sutherland, and read a first  and second time.  The clerk reported that for various  reasons several ratepayers who were  subject to the regulations of the Trade  Licence Bylaw had failed to take out  the necessary licence, although frequent demands hnd been made. As  the present licence period would expire  un tho 16th uf this month he askod  for instructions as to those oaseB.  His worship stated that in January  last, acting upon two or three applications for extensions of time in whieh  to pay the fee, he had issued instructions that applicants be granted a  reasonable time in which to pay these  fees. Upon looking at the list submitted by the clerk, he could see that  these concessions had been abused,  and it was his intention to make no  -further exemptions to the provisions  of tho bylaw in future.  During a general discusaion upon  this matter the council decided that  horeafter all (teraoUB liable for a trade  licence would bo expected to pay  promptly on the day on whioh the  fee became due, all payments to be  made at the ollice of thu oity clerk.  Any person or firm, liable for a fee  found transacting business in the oity  without a licence would be prosecuted  without notice. It wtin decided to  strictly enforce all other provisions of  the by-law, and the clerk was instructed" to notify all licence holders by a  circular letter.  A petition was received from the  residents of Harvey uvenue that they  be not charged with street watering  for this year.  The council decided that in view of  the faot that arrangements had already been made for the watering of  this Btreet, and that the charges would  be light in comparison with other  years owing to the damp weather during April and May, it would not be in  J.ho public interest to accede to tho  request. It was also decided to water Park avenue for tho remainder of  the year.  The council then adjourned until  Wednesday, July 14.  As announced last week a daily boat  service, including Sunday will be commenced Sunday next, July 11th. The  Sicanious, however will revert baok to  tho old time table in the morning,  leaving Penticton at 5.30 a.m., and  reaching Kelowna at 8.30 a.m. In  addition to this there is to be an increased service, a second boat being  operated between Gellatly and the  Landing. This boat will leave Gel-  lately on the northbound trip daily  except Monday at 5 a.m., and southbound, daily except Sunday will leave  the Landing on the arrival of the  train from tho north. The northbound  calls on the lake will be divided between the two boats, Kelowna being  the only point at which both boats  will call.  As traffic increases in future seasons, it is quite possible that two  boats a day will be operated for the  entire longth of the lake, stated the  general superintendent last week. Their  operation would be made to coincide  with the main line and Okanagan  branch of the 0. P. R., at the north  and with the K. V. TL, at the south  so as to furnish a rapid and frequent  service on tho lake connecting up the  railway lines.  WiU Visit Kelowna  To Enlist Men to   Work in  English Armament Factories  Elects Officers  To Hold Regular Meetings on  First Saturday of each Month  Kelowna Oddfellows  Install lit Officers  Tuesday evening waa installation  night with the local lodge ol Oddfellows, and Acting Special lKttrict  Deputy Grand Master L. V. Rogers,  installed the following officors for the  year:  J.P.G.-H. L. Willits.  Noble Grand.���!. C. Richards.  V. G.-W. Ii. M. Calder.  R. S ��� Reid Johnson.  F. S.-H. H. Millie.  Treas.���Wm. Harvey.  Warden.���R: Bigger.  Chaplain.���H. Newby.  Conduct.���S. H. Green.  I. G.���Max .TenkinB.  0. (l.-n. G. Blair.  II. S. N. G.-W. A. I'vant.  J.. S, N. G.-A. G. Todd.  R. S. V. C.-O. D. Campbell.  L. S, V. C.-S. M. Simpson.  R. S. S.-T. 1.. Leggoe.  L. 8. S.-Wm. McCubbin.  Organist, W. M. Parker.  The local lodgo is now in a most  flourishing loudition, and although  only five yearn sinoo it was inaugurated, has 87 members on its liBt.  Rutland News  Kir. Tom Smith left last week    U  Vernon, having decided to enlist    for  active    service.      "Tommy" haB     the  heartiest good wishes of all who knew  him.  Mrs. J, C. McDormid, of Pritohard,  R.C., is visiting her brother, Mr. W.  Gay. She is .accompanied by her family. They had a very pleasant four-  days' trip, coming via the Kamloops  and Vernon road.  BISHOP OP NRW Wl*.-*nilNSTER  VOLUNTEERS F()U SERVICE  His Lordship tho Right llevin-nd A.  U. de Pencier, bishop ol Now Wrttiriu-  iter, has volunteered for active Ber  vice . Jn a letter to Lieut.-Col II. 1).  Hulme, officer commanding the 62nd  battalion, the new British Co'umbia  regimont now being raised, His Lordship oders' his services im i iiapliin of  the new foroe. Col. Hulmo ens for-  warded tho offer to the authorities at  Ottawa for official acceptance.  Miss Stocks went this morning on a  visit to Carr'a Landing.  BIRTH  HENNINO.-On Wednesday, .July 7th,  at St. Paul, Minn., to Mr. and Mrs.  A. W. Henning (nee MIbb Rota Patterson), a ton.  The British Mission ol Enquiry into' ��� ��n Monday latt In the Board ol  Armoment Labor Supply who have Trade rooms, the inaugural meeting ol|  for tome time past been touring tho Women's Inttilute ol Kelowna wat  through the principal labor centre! of held' Mrs' "��� p- L'P��e". ol Summer-  Canada in an endeavor to enlist men lBnd' organizer for the distriot, wat  for the manufacture of munitions in present and took charge of the pro-'  tho old country, are at present at the eeodings, opening the meeting with a  const. Jn the oourse of about a bricf addr���8 on the work and aSma  month however, according to a   letter  of the institute.  ] addressed    to   Mayor .Jones tney will     Th�� following officers were elected for  I be able    to pay a viBit to Kelowna.  "*e *'ear:  | Mayor Jones has been receiving   ��� ap-'    President.-Mrs. C. C. Prowse.  I plications   lor some time and in    all     Fir3t Vice.-Prea.-Mrt. H. ,T. Hewet-  about thirlyvhave entered their names Hon'  As the conditions, however, are somewhat    exacting,     it is not    expected  that more than a small percentage of  these will be accepted.  The official    form    of advertisement  states that skilled workmen are     required for employment in the    United tht' fir8t s��turd��y ����� "a" month. The  Kingdom for a period of at least aix ,Pe ifi ���1'' -*0 "^^ >��r tho V���*' and  montha.    The classes required are ma- a11 ladm *"> imiied to ioin'  chinistt, including fitters, turners, mil-1    M,s' Q-'C' ProW8e and Mra' J- ^  ers nnd millwrights; rivetlers, drillers ton ff'��"',s "*** appointed delegates  shipwrights, including ship carpenters; to    tho <*o**renot   of Women's Insti  boilermakers   and   Boilermakers' help- lutt'a to be ,,eld about September lat.  era, sheet iron workers, coppersmiths, al Ralmon Arm'  blacksmiths   and blacksmiths' helpers,1    and moulders.  '  Tho conditions    of   engagement   are  as follows:  1. Standard British     rates,   including war bonus, eto.  2. Minimum     engagement     of    six  montha if suitable.   If not required for  Socond Vice.-Free.���Mra. .1. W. Jonea.  Secretary.���Mrs. Harold Newby.  Treasurer.���Mrs. S. 11. Colquette.  Auditors.���Mist Hewetson and   Mrs  .1. H. Doyle.  The regular meetings were fixed for  Duncan Ross Passes  Away af Victoria  Ex-Member for   Yale-Cariboo  is Victim of Heat Wave  Mission Tennis Club Wins  Mixed Doubles from City       The Mission Tennis Club defeated the  any work    in hia trade on munitions  Kelowna Club last Saturday at    the  of war in any of the principal centres Mission in the    mixed doubles by  and he wishes to return at once, fare score of 6 to 3.  to be paid by government. |    The tcamt were aa follows:  3. If government transport is not Mission.���Mrs. Leigh and  available, lares to be paid to the Unit- Stubbs; Mrs. Fordham and H.  ed Kingdom. Fares in the United lam; Miss Middleiuess and R.  Kingdom payable in any oase. ' tholonew.  4. Farea to be paid back if men' Kelowna.���Mra. Mitchell and  stay as long as wanted for govern- Willit; Misa Spencer and A. W,  ment work during the war. I Mrs. Gardner and H. G. M. Gardner  IS. Subsistence on authorized . soale Mrs. Leigh and R. H. Stubbs I eat  from date of leaving home after se- Mrs. Mitohell and H. A. Willis 0 -I  lection to date of Bie/t'ii" work. j 6���I; Misa    Spencer and A. W. (Voko  6. No families will lie brought    at 6���2, 7���5; Mrs. Gardner and H. 1. M.  government   or employer's expense.       Gardner 5���2, 6���4.  7. Undertaking to    stay    for     six     Mrs.    Fordham    and    H. 0. Mallam  beat Mre.    Mitchell and    IL A. Willis  6-0, 6���3;    Miss   Spencer and A. W.  R.  n.  C.  Mai-  A.  bar-  II  .   >.  Cooke;  months if suitable work ia available.   O        fooke 2-6, 6-2, 'J-L Mrs.    Gardner  It is estimated that Germany is los-jan(i H- n- *��� Oardner 6-2, 0-8.  ing     seven men  a    minute, day and     M'BS Middlomas and R. A. Bartholo-  night. | "'"' !"H| to Mra. Mitchell and H.   A.  j Willis 4���6. 4���6; Miss Spenoer and A.  Premier Asquith announced in     tho| W, Cook��� i_6,2-6; Mra. Gardner and  House of Commons lasl week that lho  jr. q tj  Gardner 3���6  4���6.  I'ritish naval ami military losset    in  killed,    wounded and missing in    the  q   operations against the Dardanelles up *  to   May  31,  and men.  aggregate 38,635  officors  POTATO DISTRICTS Wild. IIF INSPECTED  Vernon expects that the solders now  encamped on Mission Hill ���:n *-'-.-:-'  there or continue to leave  11 lemain'    An exhaustive inspection oi all  the  nd be   re- principal potato-growing districts    tql  plncod by others until the :>nl n! No-'locate if postible any cases of di-uaae  vember. The camp may not be i! ruok will be made .shortly, according to Mr.  for some wooks or months after 1 hat Thomas Cunningham, provincial Iruit  date. It depends upon tho duration inspeotor, who returned a few days  of tho war whether or not the central ago Irom Victoria, whero he had con-  mobi I ization camp at Vernon will be ferred with the government regal ding  continued through the winter. If it is the reoently reported appearance of  decided that the camp will be oontinu- j several potato peats  ed beyond tho end of November in all  probability tho tents now occupied by  tho thousands of soldiers will be replaced with wooden huts or shacks tho       .1. Hope of Armstrong has beou  kind used on Salisbury Plain.    Tents [netted inipcotor of noxious weeds  can be made very snug, but they aro  insufficient shelter for the men in a  snow storm and in temperatures whioh  sometimes fall below zero.  Mr. David Lloyd George's Munition!  Bill passed the House of Lords laat  Friday.  the Okanagan distriot.  An insane man shot and severely  wounded the noted American financier,  J, P. Morgan last Saturday at hit  summer home in Long Island.  ^^.j^^^^,,,,-^^,,,,,,,,���       Nine carloads of oattle wero shipped  Under tho provitioni of tlw to Vancouver from tht Okanagan     a  measure all    factories    manufacturing . m d(lyt agf>   There wero 176 head in  war material     and ammunition     are jn0 ,|,jpmoI1t  taken in charge   be    the   government  and employees are placed under mlli-     Sir Thomaa Shaughneaay, who    ar-  tary aupervition.    Labor uniona    Bre rived at New York Friday from Eng-  rendered    poworleas to declare atriket 'and,  announoed  that practically    all  or lockouti, the workmen, tg all    in-'of the Canadian Pacifio thopt will be  tonta    and    purpoBit, being regularly, fumed into ammunition factories.  enlisted in the British army.     In the,    T.    .������. .    ,.,   ,    ������ ���       _���     ,  ,, ,....,, The boys in the training   camp   at  Houae of Lords, Lord Ourwn announc Vmnoa tn ;      fa % ^ o(  ed that the first week of the campaign ^j ^^ during ^ tummer  made to speed up the manufacture of the ^ o| ^ ^ plaM ^ g^..  arme and munitions resulted in    the,     .  .... . urday evening,  enrollment of (46,000 volunteer ammu-|  nition    workers.    Lord Cur/on added     A portion of the new cement lining  that he waa confident that before tho of the touth mam irrigation ditch at  end of the year the advantage, In both Summerland gave way laat week   and  men and material, would be decidedly would have caused teriout damage but  on the aide of Great Britain and   her, lor the shutting off   of the water   at  allies.  practically the same timt.  hav-  Ht  the  Robs,  Ont.  Mr. Dunoan Ross, ex-M.P. for Yale-  Cariboo and well known at a railway  contractor, died suddenly latt Wedneeday nt, hit residence in Vict>ru. Hu  had apent the day at Ida i.nuMiior  lu me in the highland's district, luri  having returned, wia l.utv nbo.it t.ie  houae and in hia i iiU'il cheerful spirits  when stricken. The end was the result  of an apoplectic stroke brought on by  the extreme heat.  The newa was a shock to a wide circle of intimate friendt throughout the  province. To say that hit lott will  be sincerely mourned is scarcely an adequate expression of the sentiment of  those with whom he waa associated.  Having taught school in Victoria in  the early days; having later conducted  the'Boundary Creek Times and occupied an aldermanio chair in Greenwood, for four years a representative  for the Yale-Cariboo constituency in  tbe Federal parliament and recently  having been identified with the con- .  struotion of the Grand Trunk Pacific  railway as a contractor, there are few  British Columbians who have a wider  acquaintance with the west and ita  people than had the late Mr. Ross. Ho  waa extremely popular. Although a  stalwart Liberal and one who fought  for the principles of his party orn-  tistently, and with untiring energy, he  was respected and highly eateemed by  hit opponents, who always gave him  credit for conducling his campaigns  in the open and making his appeal to  the electorate in an honorable and  straightforward fashion.  Mr. Robs waB 46 years of age,  ing bean born on May 16, 1870.  was ol Highland Scotch origin,  son of Mr. and Mrs. George  early settlers in Bruce County,  Educated in the publio acnool ol that  dittriot and the Kincardine High  sohool, he married in September,  1104, Miss Mary Greenwood.  A French aviator bombarded and  sank the Austrian submarine V-ll in  the Adriatic, it was official's announced laat week.  Thirtyjfive Turkish officers, refusing  to obey their German suptriora were  taken to Constantinople in chains and  several summarily shot. ���  A Zeppelin exploded last Wednetday  while leaving its shelter at Brussels  and wat completely destroyed. The  crew ol 26 men are aaid to have perished.  Gen. Tokareff. ono of the moat able  nnd beat known Russian command ra  in the operations againtt the Teutons,  waa killed last week while leading a  charge against an Austrian position in  Galieia.  Two hundred and fifty non ojminis-  sioned officers and men, and four o'H-  oera, under tho command of 'aplnin  Anthony Turner, will shortly leave \  Vernon aa the lirat overteaa draft  which the 54th battalion [a lo send  to Shorncliffe, there to await ita turn  for the firing line.  The torpedoea now being used in  the Britith navy cost from 13,500 to  |5,000 to construct, according to experts. Even the newett Britith tor-  pedoa are lata expensive than thoae  used by the latest German submarines  whioh have a diameter of 21 inches  and travel at a speed of 48 knots an  hour, having an effective range of  seven miles. The internal mechanism  include! a high apeed rotating engine,  shafts and goart and 250 pounds ol  high explosives.  All France it on the qui vive, sav*  a deapatch, awaiting the supreme bkiw  whloh Germany evidently it preparing  to deliver. Aviator* report tiasportation of German veterant from Iki  Russian front ia now In lu.l nw'.ug,  trtin after train pouring, iho trnopx  into the western theatre. The ���" ni %  of the expected Teutonic thrutl is problematical. Military experta expect.  the effort to be made either at Yot m  or in Alsace, but extensive operations  ol tho Teutonic forces under bt German Crown Prince la tkt Argonaa district indicate that tkt new (t-npiign  may bo launohtd there. y,' ������ i.vy,��.j"gBF  "wi l .'.. aq  PAOE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 8, IMS  s s s s S'.s a s s s s i  �� PROFESSIONAL AND  *  BUSINESS CARDS  *�������������������� !������������� ��������.���..������������������������������.�����.��..��..�����.�����.�����������.�����.��  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notnriet Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C,  R. B. KERR  Barriater  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willlt's Block   -   Kelou-na, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member of thc B.C. Society of Architects  Architect,  KELOWNK RECORD  Published every ThwtaVajr at Ktiowna,  Britith Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  11.6(1   psr   year;   76c.   six   months.  VJni  ���States SO cents additional.  AU subscriptions payable in advance  Subscribers at tbe retular rate can bave  extra papers mailed to friends at a distance  at HALF RATE. i.e.. 75 centa per vear.  This special prlyilece is granted tor tbe  purpose ol advertising tte oitv nnd district.  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Bo��, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc., C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O.Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes nnd will  leceive  pupils  aa   before in  his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 26 cents per column inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 davs. 16:  SO daya 17.  WATER NOTICEH-lt for lira Insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Flrat   insertion.    12  cents per line: each subsequent Insertion. B  cents per line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cent.  per word    lirst Insertion,  1 cent per word  each subsequent insertion.  DISPLAY   ADVERTISEMENTS - Two  inches  and under. 60 cents per inoh lirst insertion  over two inches 40 cente per inch lirst   in*  sortlon:   20 cents per inch each aubsequent  insertion.  All changes in contract advertisements must  be in the hands of tha printer by Tueadav  eveninir to   ensure   publication   in   tha   next  issue.  What the Experimental  Farm is to the Farmer  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cicil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surveyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications lor Walei Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  H G. ROWLEY F  REYNOLDS  A.M. Inst C.E.. A.M. Can. Soc. CE.        B.C.L.S  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Lend Surcci)ors  Water Supply, Irrigation. Subdivision*., fcc.  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  3, Crowley Block  Dr. J. W. Nelaon Shepherd  I'ENTIST  I'. 0. Box IU Thonr on  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tx BUILDER!  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill University)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  MeiMget  may  be  left  at  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  The Variety  Store  As i am desirous of  joining the army am  compelled to close out.  The stock will be offered from One-third  to One-half of the  original price  Sale Starts on  Saturday  KC Variety Syndicate  Hat Hem* of Bi( Value.  Bsne-e-al Ato. Kelowaa  Tho work and scope ot the Experimental farms and stations have developed to such an extent that it has  been lound necessary, lor the sake  of convenience, to devote two vol.lines  ol nearly five hundred pages eaoh lo  the main aggregate report for the  year eliding March 31, 1014. In tho  first volume aro preserved the roports  of tho director and the divisions of  chemistry, field husbandry and animal  husbandry. It is by a study ol laesc  chronicles that an irJou cun bo ol.tained ol the vast a'Uount of work 1 Jut  is being done, and un appreciation arrived at of a resultant good.  In the first few pages are givon the  usual comparative tablos ol fcrnin  yields nnd pricos, and ol live stook  for the fivo years extending from  1909 to 1U13, each of whioh, exiting horses and swine, shows a decrease  in tlio eastern provinces unco 1910.  In the western provinces there was  deficiency of upwards of 300,000 initio  botwoen the samo year and 19J3, hut  an inorease of nearly half a roi'lion  horses nnd only a slight disparity  sheep, which, however, are showing  tendency to improvement. .S.viiv  creased by upwards of .'ilHI.OOO.  British Columbia the niuiicric-.il changes wero comparatively light. Naturally  much space is given to reports ot  periments at the different farms and  stations. These experiments, it is  hardly necessary to say, cover every  variety ol grain, Iruit and vegetable  production, ns well as soil development, orop management, cultivation  ol forage plants and grasses, live  stuck breeding and dairying. It would  be impossible to overestimate the importance of tho information thus fur  Dished.  Of course, at this time, when tbe  value ol inorease by improvement of  production ia being strenuously urged,  the reports aro of speoial interest. It  is not alone with what may be termed  activities ol tho farm proper that they  deal, but also with building, with  clearing, with road-making, with ornamental gardening. In short, the re*  ports constitute virtually an encyclopedia ol farming and its branohtjs  brought up to date.  While, as has boon said, volume ono  ia devoted to tho review by the directors and reports of tho Divisions ol  chemisery, field husbandry and animal  husbandry, volume two presonts tho  reports ol tho divisions ol horticulture  cereals, botany, entomology, forage  plants, poultry and tobaooo. All that  has been said of the completeness in  its contents ol the first volume can be  repeated of the second. It, too, is a  useful compilation and a sample in  detail ol the benefits to be derived  Irom seientilio and pains!akin., research.  As in the preoeeding years, the matters dealt with in this volume are  divided into sections: (a), diving pre-  experimentnl farms in the divisions  cise information of the work at tho  referred to, and (b) Treating of the  various lines of experimental work  under way throughout the system. It  explained that the latter    seotion  devised and designed with a view  to aiding the farmer moro directly  in the details of his vocation. It is  worthy of wido distribution. One thing  certain is that the nature ol the reports makes them deserving of tne  closest attention. Copies may be obtained by making application lo the  publications branch, dejuirlmnH of agriculture, Ottawa. ���-���'  Communications  Editor Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir.���'Hie committee of the Kelowna Home Guard are much pleased  with the response made bo far for  nvruits, but I have been requested to  explain one or two things apparently  misunderstood regarding the organization.  Tho name, for instance, "Home  Guard" is misunderstood, same thinking it means merely our personal  homes, when the term has a broader  moaning and really includes tho entire  valley. Personally I think "Volunteer Reserve" would sound better, J)ut  that can be decided later on. Then  again some old members consider that  having signed the old roll that is  enough; so it is, but it is convenient  to know if they nre of the same mind,  and still keen.  The firBt drill will be held in the  old sehool on Friday evening at 7.30  p.m., and after drill the members can  hold a meeting if they wish, to appoint officers and reorganize. The  secretary's personal opinion is that  in case of a raid by irresponsible) pro  German hooligans from over the lino  (somothing that might happen at any  time after the Vernon Overseas troops  leavo for active Bervice), tho guard or  reserve would have to be sworn- in as  part of the active militia, and rifles  handed to them. This, however, is a  matter of detail.  wl'he Homa Guard committee is deeply grateful to ('apt. Rose, for his kind-  offer of free instruction, and hope the  citizens will avail themselves of the  splendid opportunity.  Tn conclusion let our motto be r.s it  is at last "at home" not "business as  usual" but "nothing as usual", til)  the war is ovor.  Yours truly,  It. K. DENISON,  Hon.-Secv.  Profits on a Dairy Gow  Can be Anticipated  An average good oow will change  threo tons of hay and one ton of grain  into .100 pounds ol butter, 6500 pounds  of skim milk, ono calf, and six tons  of manure, during about 8 mouths.  Granting that the skim milk, the oalf  and the manure pay for all the work,  the 300 pounds of butter is the pay  for the feed. This butter produced  during the winter will bring an income of about 990. The throe tons of  hay and ono ton of grain would have  to sell at a pretty high prioe to bring  any Buch income. Twenty dollars for  the ono ton of groin and $24 for tho  three tons of hay, or a total of $4-1,  are considered lo be about what this  feed would tiring on tho market.  According to investigations a dairy  cow will recover for human food  about 25 per cent, of the dry digestible  matter consumed; a hog about 15 per  cent.; and a steer about 3 per cent.  This, together with the faot that a  good dairy cow will return 92 worth  of produoo for every 91 worth of feed  consumed, should cause farmers  working exponBive land and raising  expensive lend to carefully study tho  variouB phases of the work -of the  dairy oow.  The profits of a dairy com ')an be  anticipated and realized with a greater degree of surety than in any other  one phase of farming. A mature orop  of grain and a high price for the same  may be anticipated, but seasons and  conditions of market may be unfavorable. Feed for cows, and a good  Bteady market, aro as sure as any  thing can ho in this world of production.  Tho returns aro also quick. The  feed may bo led to the oow and the  product realized on, even during the  samo day. This avoids oredits at the  store and in the banks. Tha dairyman is independent and is able to  pay his debts as laat as he contracts  them.   O   AN INCH OF RAINFALL  An inoh ol rainfall means r. ueh to  the farm lands. It is equivalent of  603 barrels ol 45 gallons each to the  acre, and weight over 113 t ms. What  a job that would be for the farinar If  ho had to draw It to the land in  tanks hording a ton eaoh I (Ino of 'he  marvels od meterology is that seemingly light clouds and the atmosphere are  eapable of handling such a vast quantity ol water and so 'islribuling it  that it falls on the crop* so gently  that only good results. An inch of  rain is not a vory heavy fall, either.  -O-  France is going to tax non-fighters.  A bill was introduced this week in the  Chamber of Deputies providing for a  monthly tai of 7ft cents plus a 20 per  cent., increase in direct taxation upon  all mail��� who have not joined the  army.  Hot Weather  Needs  Toilet Creams  Toilet Waters  Toilet Soaps  Talcum Powders   ���  Smelling Salts  Shampoo Powders  Bath Powders  Powder Puffs  Foot Powders  Chamois  Our atock ia complete and  comprisea all the beat Imported and Domestic makes. We  take a delight in ahowing  Toilet Gooda  P.B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19   Kelowna. B.C.  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by  up-to-date  machinery  Frank Knapton  IWnard Avenue  Are You  Going Camping?  The season is here again -when we think  of the hills and small la'-es, and the pleasure of spending a few days away from  business and home. Let us supply you  with your eatables for the trip. Following  am some things you  /ill need���  CANNED GOODS  Something that you caimot get along-without.  We have Canned Salmon, Sardines, Herring,  Lobster, Corn Beef, Roaat Beef, Geneva Sauaage,  and many 'other palatable preparations,  SUMMER DRINKS  Something to make the water taste good, We  have Limejuice, Lemonade, Crape Juice, Cherry  Wine, Sherbert, &c, &c.  COFFEE and COCOA  and Condensed Milk. Something good and  easy to prepare.,  RELISHES  We have choice Pickles, India Relish, Olives,  Catsup, Sauces, 6tc, &c.  For everything that's good to eat go to  THESmiMOFPLm  PH0N| 35   ��� PHONE 3S  WE STILL BUY LOCAL BUTTER AND PAY 35c PER POUND  Prices on Boots and Shoes  Dry Goods and Furnishings for this  coining week at RAE'S STORE  which keep the people wondering  where we get the goods to sell at  such marvellous reductions.  d��r Dorothy  *D   Dodd  New Lines. Their very  appearance speaks for  them. We have them  in all sizes. Tan or black  ���������$3.75  RAE, the Shoe Man buys many  stocks at 50c on the dollar  BaSBBBBBBBBHBBktaBHIBnUK  That's why we save you so much on  every article you buy at this store.  Get away from paying long prices for  your goods by buying at RAE'S.  Men's box calf Working Boots, worth  Hfor $2.75  Boy's box calf boots, $2.56 and $2.75,  '<* $1.85  Ladies' $3 Oxfords, for $1.85  Ladies' $5 boots, up to size 4-$2a50  Girl's Slippers and Boots in many  styles at big reductions.  Men's $4.50 silk Outing-Shirts, soft  cuffs and separate collars... $2.25  Men's Cashmere Sox, reg. 35c snd  40c pair.    Sale 25c  Men's   Balbriggan  Underwear,  reg.  65c.   Sale 35C  Boys' Suits up to size 26, now going  Half Price  Boys' bathing suits, while they last  at- 40c & 50c  Men's Bathing Suits, reg. $1 and $1.25  Sale...:. 75c  Canvas Gloves, a new lot, at Half  Price (per pair) 7��^C  Men's Suits in small sizes up 38-in.  at Half Price  Men's good Working Shirts in 17  different patterns and styles, reg.  pncj8$i 75c  RAE, Clearing the Richmond Stock ���'���jWftpWNA  RECORD  S*SS��a|aBJP!   '  -i  UMITED  H  /^\UR First Summer Clearance Sale will start on Saturday next, and there will be 'BAR-  W GAINS OF ASTOUNDING VALUER up-to-date Merchandise. The values can be  determined tat a glance. You will immediately recognise that we are offering you an  exceptional opportunity to purchase at a great saving.  House Dresses  SMART  HOUSE DRESSES  for  i summei wear, in Prints of Light  and Dark colours, guaranteed to  wash and wear well   As illustrated at. IA.25 each  CHECK GINGHAM DRESSES in  Black and Pink, made of warranted quality gingham 55c  A Few Ladies' Presses in washing  materials at One-Third off  MISSES' WHITE DJJCK DRESSES  trimmed with Blue and Red ties,  with sailor collar, trimmed with  the same material, for 14, 16, 18  and 20 years. Usually $2.75.  Saleprice $1.95  MILLINERY  In selling the remainder of our Trimmed and  Untrimmed Hats, we shall mark them down to  HALF PRICE. Flowers, Feathera.and Ornaments also at    HALF PRICE  Embroideries  Swiss Embroidery, Edging  and Insertions, up to 8-in.  wide 10c yard  Embroidery Edgings, 10-in  wide 15c yard  Corset Cover Embroidery  of finest Swiss make.usual-  ly?5c 50c and 55c  Heavier, make  for  Corset  Covers n 30c uatd  Children s Washing Dresses  THREE PRICES in Children's and Misses' Wash Dresses in a large array of popular  styles, made pf Gingham, Prints, Zephyrs, Ducks, and Indian Head  At 85c, $1.15 and $1.65  ���   These include garments worth up to $2.95    ,  White Wash Skirts  You can never have too many of these articles of apparel.  They come in Pique, Linen and Cords.  WHITE CORD SKIRT in the new wide styles, with  pockets ���$1 each  WHITE PIQUE, Linen and Cord Skirts of exceptional  value. $1.50, $1.95 and $2.25 each  NEW Palm Beach Skirts..... $&25 each  Waists  A Large Assortment of the  latest and newest styles in  Waists from Muslin to Silk  at One-Third off  WHITE MUSLIN, Voile and  Organdie Waists, $1.50 and  $1.75. now at 95c  LIGHT AND DARK colored Print Waists in useful  styles, with turn-down collars 50c each  Collars and Ties at Sale Prices        ]  We are making two special prices in Collars, which include  the latest designs for present wear. These prices include  collars up to $1.25 each 25c and 50c  Underwear at Reduced Prices    ��� T ' ""  WHITE NAINSOOK and Muslin Combination made of the best quality cloths and  well trimmed, at...! One-Third off regular price  SUMMER KNIT COMBINATIONS, suitable for the hot weather, with short or no  sleeves; full knee.and lace trimmed.    Two prices 35cand 45c  Vd  ties tn  Corsets  HIGH, Medium and Low Bust Models to be sold at   Regular price from-$ I to $2   85e each  LOW BUST MODEL, made of best quality Coutil, has  guaranteed elastic aides, finished with six suspenders  Remarkable value at...: ...$1.75  White Quilts and Sheets at  Sale Prices  SPECIAL VALUE in White Quilts at ;.$1 each  FINE MARCELLA QUILTS, usually $3.85 .$2.95 each  SHEETS-White hemmed or Hemstitched, at $1.75 and $2.50 pr  A chance to 'buy these useful articles for the house at a great  saving does not often occur, snd it is necessary to Iske full advantage of the special prices offered.  HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES, 42-in. and 44-in. wide. Worth  60c pair.   Sale price 45c pair  Wash Goods at Bargain Prices  GINGHAMS in fast colors.  Ssle price ._,..'. 10c yard  DARK AND LIGHT colour Prints.   Saleprice 2 yds. for 25c  SILK STRIPE CREPE CLOTHS, ususlly 50c yard 30c yard  JAPANESE CREPE in plain colors of Pale Blue, Pink and Deep Cieam, or Sand  Shade.   Ueusl25cyard.   Saleprice 2yde.for35c  PALE BLUE Ptnk.and Pongee colour Mercerised Cotton (looks like linen)...20c yard  Curtain Scrims  We hold a large assortment of Curtain materials that  must be sold to mske room for new fall goods. v  ART CURTAIN SCRIMS, with colored borders  2 yards for 25c  PLAIN Cream and Ecru Curtain Net of English manufacture, ususlly 45c yard -30c yard  MADRAS NETS in effective patterns, usually 45c.. .30c yd  Household Linens JThat Will  Save Money  ���       s   ss   i -I   ��� I  DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, very suitable for hotel use.  .Siie58��58 $1-25 each  NAPKINS to match. 23 s 23 ,$1 dozen  TABLE NAPKINS.   20 doc all linen napkins, mill throw-  out*, worth $4.25 dozen  $2.35 dozen  IRISH LINEN TABLE CLOTHS, Z yards square, mill  throwouts ,$2.95 each  PURE UNEN TABLE CLOTHS. 2 and three-qusiiers  _   vds. long, 2 ysrds wido $3,75 each  LINEN CLOTHS, in rattra large sise, H yards long, 2  yards wide > sfSJjQ nch  Remnants and Oddments Below Cost  YARD WIDE MESSAUNE SILK, in all colors, and Black BScyard  BELTS-Lsdies' and Children's Patent Leather satd Elastic Belts, at  OnoTy*i��ff Ngissar priea  W.ASH BELTS-Lsdies' WhiteCottpn lScaach  YARD WIDE DRESS UNEN, white.   Usually 50c yard.   New. 35c yard  PRINTED VOILES, Crepes and Muslins, all reduced to effect a speedy clearance.  Telephone 361  Kelowna, B.C.  \ il  ���i^hMi ���~^---~ -  n n.,,,,^mM.m ... '.T.  l-'^v- - ���  ���������,���r, ,ir, ,.,������;.,,,;. a,. -;,���  rrri^-j' -ytn~~ i in,;..; 'H-~---  ., ;r,---T      i'-ms  PAGE JOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  . (Incorporati!in904j       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackemithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoea, Applea, &c, lor Sate.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.   Phone 2202; P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  City Office: 9 to 12 ;  1.30 to\5 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 ;   I to 3.30, excepting Thuraday, cloaing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 580  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  'Kelowna Record" Office  Ascertain OUR price before you send your printing away  laieTJaaiatareiaraaj"^^  Let us Raise  YOUR .Salary  DURING THE YEAR OF 1913  5001     I.C.S. Students  Voluntarily  Reported  fmsms A    Their Promotion and Salary Increases  Aa we benefit many thousanda of atudenta. estimating with theae reporte aa the basis, I.C.S. trained  men have increased  their earnings over  twenty  million'dollars the past year  You can secure your share ol these millions.   You can get'a  better position and a bigger income il you will qualify as en ex-  Sert  in  aome  occupation.   The  International   Correapondence  chooll area nine-million-dollar institution whoae aole business  ia lo teach workers and eneble them lo  Secure Promotion and to Raise Their Salaries  International Correspondence Schools, Box 826-S,  Scranton, Pa.  Please explain, without further oblif ation to me, how I can qualify lor  the poatriorj, trade, or profession, before which I have marked X  Salesmen ship Civil Engineer Stationary Engineer  Bookkeeper        ^_     Surveyor Architect  Hither Aceoontine       Poultry Farming Building Contractor  ' Railroad Accounting    Agriculture Architectural Drafts.   *  Stenographer Concrete Construction    Structural Engineer  Advertising Man E ectriol Engineer Loco. Fireman ��t Ens.  Show Card Writing       Electric Railways Mine Fore'n ot Sup't  Wissslew Triesaaiag     Electric Lighting Metal Mining  Illustrating Telephone Expert Gas Engineer  Civil Service Eaams.     Mechanical Engineer'     Navigation  Coaomerciel Lew Mechanical Draftsman    Motor Boat Running  Good English <er Steam Plant Eipert       Textile Manufacturing  Every One numbing and Heating  Automobile Running  English Branches Metal Worker German French  Teacher ' nenust Spanish     Italian  Name   Street end Wo.    City    Prov .'."������  Occupation  Employer   THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915  '  -1  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  7  Mr. George    Hedges paid a business  visit to Pentioton on Tuesday.  * *   *  Private Michael Conlin came down  from Vernon last Saturday to pay a  visit to his brother, Mr. J. Conlin. He  returned Tuesday morning.  * *   *  "Timothy heads a loot long" is surely something out of the ordinary, We  have a sample of suoh, however in the  Record office grown, on the rnnob ol  Mr. 11. Munson.  * ��   #  Mr. G. A. Fisher has moved his insurance office from the Willits hlo"k  to the premises reoently owupiod by  tho Kelowna T.tuid & Orohard Co., in  the land and Agricultural Co,'a block  noxt to tho post office.  tt    s>    e>  At the Penticton    races last Thui'S'  day   several Kelowna horses  appeared  amongst tho    winners.'   Chief of tho.ic  was Jack Cameron's "Local Option,"  whioh mado an easy first in tho "Iree-  for-all."    Viotor    Borree's "Maud S"  captured the hali-milo pony race,  e    tt    #  Messrs Michell and Herod, of Kamloops aro spending some time in the  district installing harvesting machinery. .Last week they set up a binder  at the Central Okanagan Ranch in  Glenmore and this week they are Betting up machines at the larms of S.T.  Elliott and Price Ellison  ��   ���   * -     .  The Penticton ftnnd has (.ulisted in  a body and have gone to Vernon this  week to form part of the new B4th  as their regimental band. This is  probably the first instance on record,  where such a musical organization  joined the forces and still retained  their identity.  ��   *   ���  The stocking of Okanagan Lake with  fish and having a hatchery at Penticton is again being discussed. This  is a subject which appears to be a  hardy perennial with that Board of  Trade as it has been brought up for  disoussion for the past five or six  years, but, as yet, has never met with  any degree of success.  ��"   ��   ���  Fishing5 is becoming a very popular  form of recreation among" Kelowua  people who find no end ol Jins places  Ior this sport along tha lako and in  the nearby creeks, but for ihoBe who  have time a trip uo to the summit,  to tho numerous small' lakes fiBhing  indeed* becomes a fascinating sport.  for here in the beautiful lakes, surrounded by heavily wooded banks, set  in the very heart of lhe forests and  teeming with Rainbow and Mountain  trout, the angler finds his "paradise."  RiBjsi&^'a'aisiajEiHJc!^  Private A. J. Clarke left for Vernon  Saturday morning. -\  \ *   *   *       ���  Mrs. Lightbody, ol ��V anoouvor is  spending a low days in the oity, tha  guest of Mr. and Mra. K. F. Oxley.  * *   ��  Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burdekin, of the  Mission left    Friday morning for the  old country.  * ���   ��  An English Churoh service will be  held at Okanagan Mission next Sunday at 8 a.m., and at Mast Kelowna,  at 3 p.m.  tt   *   *  Mr. A. R. Lord, formerly ruiniiiual  ol Iho public school, and Mis. Lord  arrhod in Kelowna laBt Friday morning for a fow week's stay, the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Rogers.  * *   tt  Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wood, of Mos  cow, Idaho, aro visitors in town this  week. Mr. Wood, who is a brother ol  Mrs. W. Haug was a r^ident here  some sixteen years ago,'and is naturally   si ruck    with    the g 'ftit   change  which hns taken place sinco that time.  * tt   tt  Thc Kelowna Poultry Association is  getting in another car ol mixed food���  wheat, oats, barley, bran, ohloken feed  and flour���this week. Moro than half  the car is already on order and thise  who want the rest should see the secretary, Mr. A. Notley, at ones  tt    #   tt  Privnte Blackaby enme in la3t Thurs  day on a short furlough, together with  Privates Duggan and Troadgold  Blackaby left for Vernon Tuesday and  expects to leave for tho old ^ountiy  with a special detachment in a few  clays! timo.  Monthly Weather Report  Compiled bv Gi R. Binger, observer.  JUNE  BIRTH  ETTER-On, Saturday, July 3rd, at  the Kelowna Hospital, to Mr. and  Mra. G. R. Etter, a son.  A Kelowna merchant in an advertisement says: "We advise you Madam  to keep three pair ol corsets in constant, use." Say, that morohant is the  limit as a corset boostor. The corset  a la mode of today keeps a voman  busy figuring how to sit, down antl  how to get up. What would she do  with three on?���Victorian.  Date  June 1  " 2  " 3  " 4  " 5  " 6..  " 7  " 8  " 9  " 1,0  " 11  " 12  " 13  " 14  " IB  " 16  " 17  " 18  " 19  " 20  " 21  " 22  " 23  " 24  "26  " 26  " 27  "��� 28  " 29 ,  " 30  Temperature  Max.  .. 67  .. .68  .. 74  .. 77  ,. ".6  .. 73  .. 69  .. 86  .. 03  .. 66  .. 73  .. 60  . 70  . 72  .. 75  .. 70  . 65  71  74  79  79  73  68'  60  66  71  79  81  Min.  44  60  45  47  60  60  4K,  60  44  43  43  51  50  52  56  63  63  45  63  56  49  45  49  66  48  r-6  62  66  49  RAINFALL  Total precipitation 88  ���������������������  Make Hay While  the Sun Shines  But you cannot do this unless you have a proper  equipment.   It is cheaper to buy a good outfit than >  waste time, men's wages and good material with  faulty implements  Haymaking  Machinery  McCormick Mowers, 4A and 5-foot cut  Deering Mowers. 4tJ and.5-foot cut  i  McCormick and Deering Rakes,    ���   ' **  8-ft, 9-ft. and 10-ft.  Hay Tedders in the different sizes  Call in and look around, and if you  desire to purchaae we feel sure that  we can please you  W. R, GLENN & SON  Phone 1  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave.  Crockery, China & Glassware  Direct from the potteries of England to you  White & Gold China Cups and Saucers       > $2.10 doz.  Blue-band & Gold China Cups and Saucers ��� $3.50 doz.  Willow Pattern        ��� ��� ��� - $3.25 doz.  The regular price of these is $4.50 per doz,.  Tea Seta and Dinner Sets made up to suit customer from  open stock patterns.  The largest stock of Crockery in Kelowna sold at a minimum  profit.   In many lints our prices an lower than mall order houses.  A. E. COX  Water Street  QBEATEFT BASEBALL PLAYER THE OAME EVER KNEW  Ty. Cobb, whose salary is done to Twenty-five Thousand dollars a year  has for ten years led tho league with the highest batting average as well  an being the g:i��atest base runner and round player in the game.  Firebox linings withstand years of use be^  cause made of McClary Semi-Steel.  See a  McClar/s  Kootenay  a good reason-ask the McClary dealer.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  t,  ���awuiM THURSDAY, JULY By 1816  KBLOWHA   RECORD  PAGKi FIVE  The Corporation of  the City of Kelowna  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Council ol the Corporation  ot the City oi Kelowna has construct  ed as a looal improvement a wooden  sidewalk on the north side o! Wilson  avenue, between Riohter street and  Ethel street.  13. The cost ol the woik is JMl.Sb.  The annual special rate per foot frontage is 7.934 cents. The special assessment is to be paid in seven annual  instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime ol th s woik  | is nine years.  4. A Court oi Revision will lie helJ  | on Wednesday, .the fourteenth day ol  j July, 1915, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, {or the purpose oi hearing complaints against the proposed  assessments V the aoeuracy oi frontage measurements and any other torn-  plaint whioh persons interested may  desire to make and whim is Iv >nw  cognizable by the Court.  Dated, June 28th, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  I 32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has construct-  i,ed as a local improvement a wooden  , sidewalk on the north side oi   Fuller  avenue between   Riohter   street    and  Ethel street.  2. The oost of the work is 1*474.27,  oi whioh 18.75 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per foot frontage is 6.862 oents. .The  special assessment is to be paid in  seven annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the* work  is nine years.  4. A Court oi Revision will be hejd  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in the lore-  noon, at the Counoil Chamber,   Ktl-  - owna, B, C, for the purpose oi hearing complaints against the proposed  assessments or the aeouraoy of frontage measurements and any other com  plaint which   persons   interested   may  ' desire  to  make and which is by   law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  324 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a wooden  sidewalk on.the south side of Fuller  avenue, between Riohter street and  Ethel street.  2. The cost of the work is 8508.16,  oi whioh 18.76 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per toot frontage is 7.363 oents. The  special assessment is to bs paid in  seven annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifctimo oi the work  is nine years.  4. A Court oi Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olock in the lore-  noon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, ior the purpose- oi hearing complaints against the proposed  assessments or the accuracy of' frontage measurements and any other complaint which persons Interested may  desire to make and whioh is by law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTIOE THAT-  1. The Oounoil ol the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed ns a looal improvement a wooden  sidewalk on the south aide oi rftook-  well avenue, between Riohter street  and Ethel street.  3. The oost of the work is 9469.79.  The annual special rato per foot frontage is 6,817 oents. The special assessment is to be paid In seven annual  instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the vi ork  is nine years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day oi  July, 1916, at ten o'olook in the lore-  noon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kolowna, B. (!., for the purpose oi hearing complaints against the propound  assessments or the accuraoy ol frontage measurements and any other complaint whloh persons interested may  desire to make and whloh is by law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  83-8 Clerk.  G. H. DUNN.   u ���  TAKEvN0TICE THAT-  1.  The Counoil   ol the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a wooden  sidewalk on thi) north side of Lawson  avenue, between Riohter street and  Ethel street. ���  2. The cost of the work is (453.30,  of which 817.49 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per foot frontage is 6.527 cents. Tho  special assessment is to be paid in  seven annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of tho work  is nine years.  4. A Court ofvRevision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose oi hear  ing oomplaints against the proposed  assessments or the accuracy of front-  ago measurements and any other complaint which persons interested nny  desire to make and which is by law  cognizable by 'the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Council of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a wooden,  sidewalk on the east side of St, Paul  street, between the south-west corner  of Lot 26 in Registered Plan 432 and  the .north-west corner of Lot 31 in  Registered Plan 433.  2. The coal of the work is $110.96.  The annual special rata per foot frontage is 6,63 cents. The special assessment is to be paid in seven annual  instalments.  3. The estimated lifctimo of the work  is nine -years.  ���I A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, tho fourteenth dny of  July, 1915, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Counoil Chamber, Ktiowna, B. C, for the purpose of hearing oomplaints against the proposed  assessments or the accuracy of frontage measurements and any other complaint whioh. persons interjs+,od may  desire to make and which is by law  cognizable by the Court,  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a looal improvement a wooden  sidewalk on the south side ol Royal  avenue, beeween Pendozi street and  Long street.  2. Tho cost oi the work is 1374.87,  of whioh 116.74 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per foot frontage is 7.44 cents. The  speoial assessment is to be paid in  sevon annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime jl the work  is nine years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, tho fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose oi hearing oomplaints against the proposed  assessments or the aeouraoy of frontage measurements and any other coin-  plaint whioh persons interested mny  desire to make and whioh is by law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 38, 1915.  .    G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil ol the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a wooden  sidewalk an the north side ol Strathoona avenue, between Pendozi streot  and the shore of Okanagan Laks.  3. The oost ol the work is {669.46,  of whioh 191.47 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual speoial rate  per foot frontage in 8.04 cants. Tho  special assessment Ib to bo paid in  seven annual instalments.  3. Tbe estimated lifetime of tho work  Is nine years.  4. A Court oi Revision will bs held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day ol  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, ior the purpose of hearing complaints against, the proposed  assessments or tho aoeuracy of frontage measurements and any other complaint whieh persons inter^scod troy  desire to make and'whioh is by law  cognisable by the Court.  Dated June 38, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. Ths Counoil ol the Corporation  of the City oi Kelowna has constructed as a looal improvement a wooden  sidewalk on the north aide ol Patter  son    avenue, between   Pendozi street  and the shore oi Okanagan Lake.  2. The oost of the work is {313.14.  The annual special rate per toot front-  ago is 6.472 cents. The special assessment is to be paid jn seven annual  instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the work  is nine years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in the forenoon, at tho Council Chamber, Ivel-  bwna, B. C, for the purpose of hearing complaints against the propose!  assessments or the accuracy of front-  ago measurements and any nthir com.  plaint whioh persons interested may  desire to make and whioh is by law  Cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  O. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Council ol the. Corporation  of. the City of Kelowna has constructed as a looal improvement a' wooden  sidewalk on the south side oi Wardlaw  avenue, between Pendozi street and  the shoro of Okanagan Lake.  2. The cost of the work is {267.67.  The annual special rate per loot frontage is 6.246 cents. The speoial assessment is to be paid in seven annual  instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the work  is nine years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day ol  July, 1915, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, Kolowna, B. C, for the purpose of hear  ing complaints against the prc-pose-l  assessments or the accuraoy of frontage measurements and any ottur eo.n-  plaint which persons interested may  desire to mako and whioh is by law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of ths City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a cement  sidewalk on the south side oi Lawson  avonue, between Riohter street and  Ethel street.  2. The oost of the work is {1,804.61,  of which {43.61 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual speoial rate  per foot frontage is 13.227 cents. The  Bpecial assessment is to be paid in  twenty annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the work  is twenty-five years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, tbe fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olock in the'fore-  noon, at tho Counoil Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose of hearing complaints against me proposed  assessments or tbe accuracy of frontage measurements and any oLiier complaint which persons interested may  desire to make and whioh is by .law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  -Or-  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a looal improvement a oement  sidewalk on the north side oi Bernard  avenue, between Pendozi street and  Ellis street.  2. Tho oost oi the work is (948.18,  of which {31.18 is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual speoial rate  per foot frontage is 38.916 cents, The  speoial assessment is to bo paid in  twenty annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime ot the work  is twenty-five yeara.  ,4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day ol  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in the lore-  noon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kel  owna, B. ('., for the purpose oi hsur  ing oomplaints against the proposed  assessments or tho aeouraoy oi frontage measurements and any >thor complaint which pertons interested >.my  desire to make and which is by law  cognizablo by the Court.  Dated June 38, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Council of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowaa has constructed as a local improvement a oement  sidewalk on the south side ol Wolseley  avonue, between Richter street and  Ethel street.  3, The oost of the work is {1,487.44,  ol whioh {37.44 is to bo paid by tho  Corporation. The annual speoial rate  per loot frontage is 10.766 oents.  The  I WHEN BUY.NGYEASTl  IINSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  New Grader Packs  by  What promises to revolutionize ap\.\e  grading and sorting machines m w in  use is the new machine manufactured  by Cutler Bros.t of Hood Uivor, Ore.  by Cutler Bros., of Hood River, Ore.  al types of apple-grading machines  that have graded according iu ahe  along with the rest of the machines in  use throughout the country.  The new machines grades the fruit  according to weight, and bo that the  bv.'-o exactly fits the particular [ t.ck.  TKe machine will weigh down to one-  tenth of an ounce and has a capacity  of 1000 boxes a day. As the apples  pass from the box they pass .>' ei a  simple scale mechanism whioh do-  posits each apple according fo its  weight in its proper bin. *  The work of this machine ''iaponsefl  with the necessity of sizing ihe tipples  by thc packer when packing t-.i^m for  the market.  High School Again Defeated  By defeating the High Sohool team  in the pennant raoe on Saturday afternoon last by a score of 9 to 7 Ellison and Rutland are now tied and  the game next Saturday will deoide  the pennant.  The defeat of the High School by  Ellison on Saturday brings the race  near its end as Rutland and Ellison  have each defeated thorn in the playoff, thus tho pennant will rest with  one of the country .teams.  I.ust Saturday's game was one of  the most exciting of the season and  for several innings, during whioh the  High School looked like sure winners  and were four runs in the lead, the  Ellison fans, apparently thinking the  game loRt wero very quiet, but in the  seventh inning with the BCorc 7 to 2  against thorn Ellison began hitting the  ball hard and scored three runs, leaving them still two runs behind. This  gave tho Ellison rooters heart and  whether or not this rooting excited  Sutherland, who was on the mound  for the high sohool we are not prepared to say, but one thing is certain,  the Ellison boys hit him hard and often and beforo the close of the eighth  inning were two runs in the lead.  Kincaid pitched good ball for Ellison  and it was indeed no fault of his that  the High School secured such a   lead  in the early    innings, as many    hits  through the     short stop and second-  base    positions    that should have resulted in oasy outs went for safeties  and a switch in the infield was made  just in time to save them from going  down to defeat.  Following is the score by innings:  High School ..104101000-7  Ellison .... 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 4 x-9  The game on Saturday between Rutland and Ellison will be called at    3  o'clock sharp.  special assessment is to be   paid    in  twenty annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the work  is twenty-five years.  4. A Court of Revision will .be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olook in tho forenoon, at tho Council Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose it hearing complaints against the propose*!  assessments or the accuraoy of frontage measurements and' any other complaint which persona interested may  desire to mako and whioh is by law  cognizablo by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil of the Corporation  of the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a oement  sidewalk on the south side of Sutherland avenue, between 1'endozi street  and Richter street.  2. The cost of the work is {1,669.83,  of which {41.83 is to bs paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per foot frontage is 14.48 oents. The  special assessment is to be paid in  twenty annual instalments.  , 3.   The estimated lifetime ol the work  is twenty-live-yeara.  4. A Court ol Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth day of  July, 1915, at ten o'olock in the lore-  noon, at tho Council Chamber, Kelowna, B. C, lor the purpose of hearing complaints against lho proposal  assessment^ or the aeouraoy ol frontage measurements and any other coii -  plaint whioh persons interested may  desire to make and whioh is by law  cognizable by the Court.  Dated June 28, 1915.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3' Clerk.   a   TAKE NOTICE THAT-  1. The Counoil ol the Corporation  ol the City of Kelowna has constructed as a local improvement a oement  sidewalk on the north Bide ol Sutherland avenue, between Kichter ���troet  and a point four hundred and fifty  (450) feet east oi Riohter Btreet.  2. The oost oi the work ia {676.98,  of whicn {13.98 Is to be paid by the  Corporation. The annual special rate  per footfrontago is 12.253 oent*. The  special assessment is to be paid in  twonty annual instalments.  3. The estimated lifetime of the work  is twenty-five years.  4. A Court of Revision will be held  on Wednesday, the fourteenth dny oi  July, 1(15, at ten o'olock in the tore-  noon, at the Counoil Chamber, Kelowna, B. O.j lor the purpose oi hearing oomplaints against lho proposed  assessments or the accuracy ol frontage measuromenta and any other complaint whloh persons interested may  desire to make and whioh s by law  cognizablo by the Court.  Dated June 28th, 1916.  G. H. DUNN.  32-3 Clerk.  SYNOPSIS OV COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mininpr rights oi the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Nmtli-  west Territories, and in a oortion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased ior a term ol ���.weiu-one  vears at an annual rental oi {1 an  aore. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications ior the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in whioh the rights applied ior are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by sections, or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory tbe traot applied ior  shall be staked out by   the applioant  Botanical Notes  Below is given a further list wild  flowers: ,  75. Mook Orange, (I'hilodelphus Lewis'!),-one ol the most beautiful of our  flowering shrubs. The milk white  blossoms (June), are an inch broad  usually in trees. Called also Scentless  "Syringa", in contradistinction to the  powerfully scented speoies grown  gardens. Saxifrage family. The name  syringa belongs properly to the lilac  shrubs, and not to I'hilodelphus.  76. Beaked Hazelnut, (Corylus rofl-  trata). Birch family. The involucre  bractlets are very hairy and prolonged  into a tubular beak twine the length  of the nut.  77. Corymbed Spiraea, (Spiraea cor-  ymbosa). Rosa family. A foot or more  in height. Cream whito flowers in a  dense terminal corymy.    In dry   soil.  78. Ocean Spray, (Holodiscus discolor). Shrub, about 4 feet. Crenm-  colored flowers, in loose spreading panicles, becoming fawn-colored. Formerly  ctnsBed as a Spiraea or Meadow-sweet.  79. Dog-bane or Indian Hemp, (Apo-  eynum cannabinum). To- three feet or  more in height. Loaves opposite, lance-  olnte-c'i'ong, with a whitish mid-vein.  Stems red. Flowers cream or greenish  white, parts in fives, tho cymos, both  terminal and auxiliary. Meadow and  thickets near lake.  80. Spreading Dogbane, (Apocynum  andrnaaemi folium). Usually about a  foot high. Leaves round-oval. Corolla  white and pink, campanulate, the Cymes loose and spreading. Grows at  Mission, the Vernon road, and else-  whore in dry places.  NEW ZEALAND'S HAPPY CONDITION  The eiperienoe of New Zealand in tho  matter of sheep raising ought to be  an object'lesson to tho farmers of this  .province. Times have not always been  good in that Colony, nor has the lot  of the sheep raiser always been one oi  be envied. But with ths war and the  great demand for meat, the New Zealand sheep man has oome into his own  and today he is getting prioes lor  both mutton and wool which are making him wealthy. Indeed, New Zealand is enjoying fairly good times  largely as a result ol the good fortune  of the'sheep raisers.   Of 1   The tax sale for the city of Merritt  has been postponed from the 22nd of  July to the 26th of August. The oity  of Trail is to have a tax sale in July.  Eaoh application must be aoooin-  panied by a iee oi {5 whioh will be  refunded ii the rights applied (or  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output oi the mine at the  rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating tbe mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the .  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such '  returns shall be furniahed av least  onoe a vear.  The lease will inolude the coal mining rights only,, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered neoessary for the working ol  the mine at the rate of {10 an aore.  For full information annlioation  should be made to the seoretary oi  the Department oi the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   oi  this advertisement will not be paid (or.  NOTICE  AU accounts, and aU professional cc-  oounts, owing to the undersigned, are  to be paid to Mr. H. G. M. Wilson,  who is empowered to collect, and to  give receipts (or same.  JAMES GARVIE MoNAUGUTON  C.M.,M.R.C.,M.D.  oysfpr  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AMD HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PROCESS KNOWN to the W0R1D  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   UTERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURED IN WESTERN CANADA  Bv THt CTlKAND DlBRLt [HcC��L  fHLOOR   WORLD   BLOC.  ���.ousts  THE KELOWNA RECORD  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  ,A^/V%M>V\^V��/^^srVVVVVV>s^V��.r>^'>^  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Sir Charles Tupper, the solo surviving fathor of Confederation celebrated  his 94th birthday on Friday last. The  aged Canadian statesman (pent the  day quietly at Bexley Heath. Considering his advanced age, he is enjoying  good health. Besides a messago irom  Hon. W. T. White, acting Prims Minister ol Canada Sir Charles reoeived  congratulatory mossagM (rom The  Daughters ol tho Empire in B. C, and  other parte ot the world.  Lmtm Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  LeiTs-a WiMtkik 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesday* fit Saturdays  Leavei Keltwaa 11 a.n.  Lmtm Wettkak 11.30 a.*.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furniahsd for all rlssssa    ] m  PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915  CHILDREN'S  VEHICLE  WEEK  A " Made in Canada "  Line  Saturday  July I Oth, to  Saturday  July 17th  inclusive  During this period we will display a window  full of New English Styles, Big Roomy Comfortable Baby Carriages  BABY BUGGIES that are strong and comfortable,  too, but cost less than carriages.  GO-CARTS at any price you wish to pay. Collapsible and semi-collapsible.  SULKIES.   Cheap and strong.  FOR THE OLDER CHILDREN we have a line  of Express Wagons that give loads of fun, from $1.45  to $2.  Nursery Sets, Swings, Shoo Flys, &c.  Dalgleish & Harding  Hardware  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  j I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, tec.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Next door to 23c Store Phone  347  Midsummer Sale  20 per cent. REDUCTION on -        -        -   Carpets  20 per cent. do. ... Linoleum  25 per cent. do. - 4-ft.   and   4-ft.   6-in.  20 per cent. do.  combination Felt and  excelsior mattresses  Deck Chairs  SAMPLE PRICES  [(educed from $1.10 to  88c  60c  52c  48c  Inlaid Linoleum     -  Nairn's Printed X quality ���  *       ��� 75c to  Nairn's No. 2 quality      - ���          ��� 65c to  Nairn's No. 3 quality      - ��� ' 60c to  Mattresses     - ��� $6.25 to $4.75  Folding Deck Chairs     > ��� $1.75 to $1.40  Carpet Prices must be seen to be appreciated  Cask must accompany orders at reduced prices  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Canada's Record Wheat Year  Official information with respect to  the probable wheat supply of Canada  for tho current year is of a most cn  couraging nature. Not only is the area  under crop very greatly in advance of  previous years, but growing conditions  have been such that after waking generous allowance for all post de shrinkages, the yield gives every promise of  being the highest by a large per tei.t  age of any yet harvested in tne  Dominion.  Wheat, is estimated to occupy this  year a total area of 12,896,000 acres,  which is more by 1,662,600 aores, or  14.8 per cent., than the area sown for  1914, and more by 2,602,100, or %  per cent., than the area harvested in  1914, the area sown last year having  boen reduced by 939,600 acres���tbe estimated aggregate of total fui'.'UOS  through the winter-killing of fall  wheat (211,500 acres) abd through  drought affecting spring whoae (723,-  100 acres). Not only is the wheat t.rea  this year, under thc double stimulus  of patriotic impulse and high prices,  9.5 per cent., in excess of last year's  harvested area, but it is also the largest area ovor sown to wheat in Canada. Aa previously reported, the  area to bo harvested of fall sown  wheat is .1,208,700 acres, the balance  of 11,687,300 acres having been sown  this spring. Whilst every province  shows nn increase in thc wheat area  it is the three Northwest provinces  which predominate in the national effort to produce more wheat. The to-  tul area sown to wheat in theee provinces is ll,659,7(Kh acres, an increase  over last year's harvested area of 2,-  .324,300 acres, or 2.5 per iwat. In  Manitoba the area is 3,166,900 ceres,  an increase of 21 per cent; ta Saskatchewan it is 6,642,100 acres, an increase of 24 por cent; and in Alberta  it is 1,850,700 acros, an increase ol  35 per rent. Rather more than half of  tho total wheat area of Canada ;s iu  (he single province of Saskatchewan.  L  WANTED!  FOK   SALE  UAY FOR SALE.���Clover an J alfalfn  delivered. Prioe on nPnlion.ti.on <<i  Box 195, Kelowna. Dtl.  INCUBATOR FOR SALE.-Ono Peta-  luma Tnoubator, 120 tntg, Apply A,  10. Cox, second hand store. 19tf  HAY. baled or loose, delivered in Kelowna, $15 per ton. Thos. Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22ll  Tho Rovolatokn Farmers' Institute  will shortly forward to the resolutions  committee ol the It. C. Farmers' Institutes a resolution petitioning the provincial government to place a bounty  on the destruction of gophers.  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, or-  order the BEST; the cost  is just the same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the residence of S.M. Gore, Patterson Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE.  President  S.M. GORE, Sec.  P.O. Box 382  FOR SALE.���The prettiest home in  Kelowna will be sold very cheap and  ���on easy terms. Apply Box "E" tie-  cord. '26tl.  FOR SALE.���Two tents, ono 12 x 14,  and one 10 x 12, wilh frames, llys,  windows and soreen doors eomplete.  also 72 chickens, 10 duoks. Apply .T.  Wilkie,  Bankhead. 32-5p  FOR SALE.-One eleotrio iron, $2.00?  throe-heat elootric Btove S10; aleotrio  stovo.with nickel boilor SJ4; all  perfect oondition, owner moving to  ranch. Apply P.O. Box 90. 33-5  MISCELLANEOUS  MEN SUPPLIED for odd j. ua. Ary  one wanting a man for tomptrary  work or.odd jobs siuuld 'phrne to  4302.  EXCHANGE.���We have inquiries Irom  Vancouver and Prairie Provinces for  fruit land. If you wish to sell or exchange your property we shall be pleas,  ed to receive particulars. Bulman fie  Cross, Willits Block.    Phone 306      22tl  STRAYED.- From F.  P. fl   Wollo  ton's ranch, May 19th, heavy sorrel  mare, white face, mano clipped over  oai'B and under collar.    Reward   for  return to ranch. 30 Jp  FOR EXCHANGE. - A town lot on  Fuller avenue, lor a team of horse.',  wagon and harness. Apply Box ' W  Record ollice. x  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Hr  Mathie's (ovor tailor shop, Pendoz  street between tho hours >f 2 30 and  5.30 p.m. Saturday of eaoh wsek to meet  Indies wishing to order corsets. P. 0,  Rot 628. Kelowna. 20'f.  ICE  Delivered to any part of the  city.   Apply to  H. B. Burtch  Phone 180  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Auction Sale  at the residence of  Dr. McNaughton  Bernaid Avenue  Saturday, July 10  at 1.30 p.m.  Piano: Transposing Russoll Upright  Grand; Turkish carpet, cost 8150; Barometer, deak, parlor chain, parlor  nnd hall piotures, parlor curtains, ilio-  trie lamp and fixtures, basket chair,  bed robm furniture, dining roon furniture, carpet, rug, Walnut ���ueiuion  table, six Walnut and Horrooco ohuirs,  book case, silverware and table ware,  kitchen outfit, oil stovi, vacuum olenn-  or, 12 miscellaneous p' tturu, books,  clocks, 2 Hopple white chairs, oott  1120, five Chippendale chairs, 3 Worcester vases, one set dinner ware  (Royal Worcester), Iruit set ol Limoges, (18 pieoes), Japanese cups and  saucers, biscuit box, copying press,  office furniture, flat top desk, sectional book case, spring couch, two carv-  ed chairs, one basket chair, two office  chairs, loather covered couch, rug 9 x  10 ft., one upholstered ohair.  The above is a list of high class  goods, and a good opportunity is afforded to pick up what you want.  TERMS CASH  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  Welch's  Grape Juice  The National Drink of the Dominion  \V/ELCH'S GRAPE JUICE is made at St.  **    Catherines, Ontario, from, the finest Concord Grapes that grow in that finest of grape  countries in the Dominion of Canada.  WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE is becoming in-  creasingly popular because of it's Superior Quality, it's Purity and it's Grapiness.  IN ANCIENT TIMES the peoples used the  pure juice of the grape almost exclusively as a  drink, and in Welch's Grape Juice we find tbe  pure juice of the grape. Now is the height of the  grape juice season. Now is the time to use this  health-giving beverage.  USE WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE with Ice  Water. Use Welch's Grape Juice in your Lemonade.   It is pure; it is healthful; it is stimulating.  Quart bottles 65c Pint Bottles 35c  Individual Bottles 15c  The McKenzie Co.  LIMITED  Phone 214 Our motto : " Quality and Service'  Do you know that" the  Kelowna Implement Company  can and will give satisfaction to everybody  Cockshutt Plows, &c.  Massey Harris Implements  Adams and Studebaker Wagons  Frost 6c Wood Mowers and Rakes  Harvesting Machinery, Sec.  Kelowna Implement Co., Ltd.  H. W. RAYMER  Managing Director  J. R. BEALE.  Secretary-Treasurer  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  - \ . i  i  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right      Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, United  D. LLOYD.JONE3  Managing-Director


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