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Array *****  EctoUma RetQtb  VOL. IX.   NO. 46.,  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1917.-6 PACES  City Council in  Regular Session  Request to Fix Water Street -  Send Delegate to Municipal  Convention  Tha city council met Monday  morning in regular session.  A letter was read (rom the Kelowna Creamery requesting that  the street at the side of their building be put into better shape. Rubbish from the Raymer fire had  been dumped over the surface and  this besides making conditions bad  for traffic caused a lot of dust. It  was stated that the Board of Works  already had the work in hand.  J. W. B. Browne applied for permission to move the gasoline tank  from the Imperial Oil Co."�� premises on Water Street to a point opposite the small shop behind the  Oak Hall, or if unable to make  satisfactory arrangements with Mr  Bulman for the removal of the present one, to give permission to  install a similar apparatus of his  own.  The request was granted provided auch action did not have the  effect of increasing fire insurance  rates, and that all the work was  done to the satisfaction of the Public Works and Fire Protection committees.  A letter was read from the secretary of tbe Good Roads League  announcing that the first annual  convention of the League would  be held on Tuesday. October 9th,  at Duncan, B.C., and extending an  invitation to the council to send  delegates to represent Kelowna.  The Industrial Committee of Vancouver, alio wrote urging the coun  cil to lend every support to the  work of the Good Roads League.  Intimation waa received also of  the coming convention of the  Union of B.C. Municipalitiea which  was also to be held at Duncani, on  October I Ith and 12th. City clerk  C. H. Dunn waa appointed delegate to attend both conventions.  The chief constable submitted  hia report for the month of September, shoving a total of four  cases brought before the magistrate with fines amounting to $20  paid in.  The usual monthly milk tests of  the different local dairymen were  also included in the report as follows :���  John Birch -      -   5.0  D. C. Middleion -   4.2  Norman Day*     -   4.1  R. Ritchie   -      -   4.0 .  Aid. Harvey drew attention to  the fact that the contract with.Dillon & Son for street watering expired on September 30th and he  would like to know what the council proposed to do for the remain'  der of the season.   It waa decided  to leave the matter in the hands of  the committee to continue the watering for a while,, or not ai found  desirable.  A contract with the Okanagan  Telephone Co. for a phone in the  house of Chief Thomas was alao  approved.  ���o ���  Silver Crosses For Kelowna  Blown Into Present Position by French Artillery Fire  German machine-gun emplacement, made of concrete, which had been placed in front of the church,   French official photo.  Some publicity has been given  during the week to a deal made  by two Yakima sheep men, Ren-  nie ,Bros., who it was aaid had  rented 1200 acres of land near  Kelowna for sheep raising purposes.'There is a remarkable chain  of events and disasters connected  with this deal which might be interesting to relate.  The story in question has reference to the leasing by Mr. F. M.  Buckland, of his ranch at Shingle  Creek to Robt. and Tom Rennie,  twin brothers who are well known  on both sides of the boundary/ aa  sheep men. The deal was practically closed a week ago last Mon  day when the Rennie Broa. returned to Penticton to attend a littli  banquet to which they had invited  a few friends. In the middle of the  dinner a telephone message came  to aay that Mrs. Rennie, mother of  the two men, had died suddenly  and asked for their immediate  return to their home at North  Yakima. Jumping into an auto.  they set out for home. This was  tragedy number one.   -  An hour or two after the report  was spread around that the hotel  was on fire and not long after it  waa a complete wreck.  People in Kelowna, of course,  are aware of the great loss sustained by Mr. Buckland, the other  party to the deal, in the loaa of his  only daughter laat week. This  however, does not complete the  tale of disaster for a couple of  day* ago word reached Mr. Buck-  land that the motoring party on  their way to Yakima had gone  over a bank, killing one brother  and severely injuring the other.  There ia some mystery concerned  with this latter accident, for it has  been impossible to secure any  confirmation or denial of the story  up to the present.  Business Men Opposed  to Reduced Service  Died From Kick of Horse  The Boy Scouts Association announces that His Excellency the  Duke of Devonshire, as chief scout  for Canada, haa been pleaaed to  award silver crosses to troop leader Philip A. DuMoulin, patrol  leader Godfrey F. Groves, second  Leonard DuMoulin and scout John  D. Groyes, all of Kelowna, B.C.,  for rescuing a boy who had broken through the ice on Okanagan  lake, on March 2nd, 1917. The  rescue waa effected with imminent  risk to all four boya who showed  remarkable resource and intelligence.   On.  The Wolf Cubs are to meet  again on Friday evening, October  5th, at 7 P-m., in the old school.  BIRTHS  DERRICKSON-On Wedneaday,  October 3rd, to the wife of E.  Derrickaon, a boy.  GORDON-On Wedneaday, Sept.  26th, to the wife  of  Michael  Gordon, a boy.  May Fix Flour and  Sugar Prices  Plans for an international control  of sugar prices and distribution  have been announced by the food  administration. The aim ia to stabilize trade through an international  augar committee which will arrange  for refiners' prices in the West  Indies and in the American insular  possessions.  The prices fixed for flout by the  Western Canadian millers, it is stated, may be upset by the food controller's department which advises  that the question of flour and mill  feed prices is under consideration  and that the prices set by the  millers will have no effect upon  whatever action it is deemed expedient to take in setting prices.  Change, of Boat Service will be  Met by Strong Protests  A number of local business men  gathered together Tuesday morning in the Board of Trade room  for the purpose of considering  what action to take in view of the  rumored intention of the C.P.R. to  reduce the boat and train service  in the valley. Mr. H. F. Rees,  president of the Board of Trade,  took the chair.  Some little difficulty waa felt in  discussing the matter owing to the  absence of definite announcement  on the part of the company, but it  was plain that any such action  would meet with decided opposition from the business men, many  of whom urged the immediate circulating of a petition against the  proposal, and the enlisting of the  support of other places in the valley, who it was felt would equally  resent such a step.  The report which had been reproduced in the press, it was suggested, had been put out more in  the nature of a feeler, in order to  find out just how the reduction of  service would be received. This  seemed to be borne out by the  fact that the new time tables issued  October 1st still continued to show  the daily service, though it had  been pointed out that this could  be changed at any time by a supplementary time table.  It was finally decided that inquiry should be made at Vancouver and Revelstoke as to the  precise intentions of the company,  and that the executive committee  be empowered to take action on  the receipt of a reply. It is certain  that should the C.P.R. persist in  its intention an organized effort  will be made to prevent any interruption in the mail service.  Fiom the effects of a kick from  a horse received two weeks ago,  Blanche Trousdale, a twelve year  girl of Okanagan Mission, died in  the Kelowna Hospital in the early  hours of last Friday morning.  The accident took place at the  ranch of Mr. W. Ludlow, which  Mr. Trousdale is engaged in looking after. In playing around near  the horses the unfortunate little  girl received a kick from one of  them, the blow striking her in the  of; .Vr'.-en. After a couple of .days  as she still seemed to be in some  pain she was brought in to the  hospital. After a day or two as  she seemed to have recovered a  little, she returned home again.  > Last week,however, she became  worse, and had to be taken back  to hospital where examination  showed that serious internal it jury  had been caused. She died Friday  morning, the funeral taking place  Saturday afternoon.  The sad affair has called forth  general sympathy throughout the  district.  Kelowna Will Send  Carload of Apples  Fruit will be Welcome Gift for  Boys at the Front   ,,  Following the public meeting in  the Board of Trade room Tuesday  morning Mr. J. W. Jones, M.P.P.,  took the opportunity of making  mention of the appeal which had  been sent out by the Red Cross  for apples for the boys at the front.  The matter had been in lhe hands  of a provisional committee, but so  far little had been done, and as the  time was getting on he would like  to see some'organiz-d effort made  to secure the fruit which would no  doubt be greatly appreciated by  the boys.  A gift of �� lew boxes at Christmas time for each regiment is a  small thing in itself, but when it  comes from their homeland as a  special remembrance frum their  fellow citizens, at that season o(  the year it touches.a spot jn their  hearts that brightens somewhat  their days of hardship and danger  with the thought of remembrance.  Only winter apples could be  shipped as other varieties would  spoil before they could be got to  their destination  Mr. Jones read a letter giving  the arrangements which were being made for transporting the fruit  as far as St. John where it would  be loaded on to the steamer and  placed in charge of the Red Cross  The  Okanagan  United   Growers,  Gellatly Water Case  Will Be Appealed  Presents Many Points of Interest to Water Users  A case which presented many  interesting features and some  points of law of great importance  to the district, came up for bearing  'ast Friday before Magistrate Weddell after having been adjourned  from September 17th. The case  was one in which D. Grllat.'y, lhe  well-known rancher uf across the  lake, was defendant in a charge  brought bv Mr. Washington Krown  an secretary for the Westoank Irrigation Co., of inteiference with  their inigatiun works and die cutting of a dam built by lliem on *  Powers Creek.  Gellatly, while admin jig lhe cutting uf lhe dam, contended that as  holder of a prior recoid on lhe  creek he was entitled to the water  which he alleged the company  was holding back.  Mr. E. C. Weddell appeared for  the prosecution, while Mr. R. B.  Kerr defended.  Owing to the water shortage  this year the Westbank Irrigation  Co. had gone back to the headquarters of (he creek and released  a supply of water fror. Horse Shoe  Lake to enable them to use which,  they had, acting under permission  from the district water engineer,  built a dam across the creek, Mr.  Gellatly who takes his irrigation  water out of the same creek but  'own down was asked   to join in  Fined for Damaging  Government Roads  of Vernon, had undertaken to re- this undertaking but refused claim-  ceive and assemble the shipments  and to make up the cars.  It was suggested that if the growers were prorjerly canvassed possibly a straight carload could be  shipped from Kelowna and this  idea seemed to meet with general  approval. The different shipping  firms had undertaker, to look after  the packing of the apples, and no  doubt some arrangement could be  made for the loading of the car.  Several of those present volunteered to give time to the canvassing of the growers in the various  districts, and it is understood have  already met with very gratifying  success: It was also mentioned  that the different grocery stores  would receive smaller lots or orders from people in town and see  that they were placed in the right  hands.  It was understood that there  should be no cost to the grower  for packing costs; all he had to do  was to signify his willingness to  set aside so much of his fruit to be  devoted to this purpose.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has definitely  resigned owing to illhealth. and he  will take no pari in the forthcoming election.  Miss Blomfieid, of Victoria, sis*  ter of Mrs. Weddell, is on a few  weeks' visit to Kelowna.  W. E. W. Mitchell, of South  Okanagan,- is reported to have received a slight gunshot wound in  the neck.  Messrs. Trench At Currie are  moving this afternoon to the new  store next to Lawsons, Ltd,, which  they have leased.  M. A. Alsgard and E. Lawley  had a successful hunting trip last  week-end bringing home a couple  of fine deer.  Mr. A. W. Cooke had the misfortune to lose at the Fair grounds  an envelope containing a communication from the Hon. Miniater of  Finance addressed to the Secretary  Benvoulin Local United Farmers  of B.C. If anyone has picked this  up will they kindly return it to the  Record office or to Mr. R. L.  Dalglish.  A case was heard Inst Fi iday  before Magistrate Weddell in �� Kiel >  T. J. McAlpine, district road foreman, of Summerland, brought a  charge against James Michel, of  Peachland, and a former road foreman, of obstructing and dams ling  the government roads by drac ting  logs over them.  It was stated that Michel had  been getting out logs on the hillside and had been dragging I hem  across the road to the lake. While  thia is forbidden by the law, Mr.  McAlpine intimated that he would  have overlooked this had not  Michel refused to keep the accumulation of earth removed from  the roadway.  Michel was fined $5 and costs.  Presentation to Former  Fire Chief  Former Fire Chief Max Jenkins  was honored last week-end by the  members of the Fire Brigade, when  he was presented with a handsome  illuminated address in recognition  of his long service at the head of  the local fire fighfers. It had been  the intention to entertain the ex-  chief at a little dinner, but this  part of the programme was abandoned owing to the death of Miss  Buckland, daughter of the new  chief.  Claimed That They Were  Poor Shots  Two Indians from over the lake  were summoned last Thursday for  shooting grouse out of season.  The presence of two unmistakable  grouse feathers brought this trouble upon them, but though they  admitted they had shot at grouse,  they denied having killed any.  They also disclaimed any knowledge of the new regulations prohibiting the killing of grouse thia  season. After being cautioned they  were allowed to go.  '  _��   Thanksgiving services will be  held both morning and evening  on Sunday next in the United  Church. In the evening the choir  will render a service of song.  C. P. R. is Adopting  New Timing System  The decision has been arrived  at by the Canadian Pacific Railway  Co. that in future railway time on  the road shall not be computed  from I to 24 o'clock, but that instead the system in vogue elsewhere on the continent, that is,  fratn I to 12 noon, and from I to  12 p.m., shall be in operation. The  change is covered in the new time  tables effective October 1st.  ing that as his reccrd was a prior  one he had the first right to the  water anyway. When the extra  water began to come down he  went up to the company's dam  and cut a way through it, allowing  the water to come down to his own  ditches. The break was closed by  tbe company's bailiff, but defying  all warning notices Mr. Gellatly  cut it through again. A charge was  then brought against him under  the Summary Convictions Act.  The previous adjournment of  the case had been in order to secure, if possible, the presence of  vVater Comptroller Young in order  to clear up certain claims made by  both sides. Mr. Young was unable to be present but Mr. E.  Davis was there representing lhe  Water Rights Branch. He was,  however, not examined, though a  mass of evidence was submitted  by other witnesses. Amongst these  were Washington Brown, secretary  of the company, Cecil Clarke, water bailiff, Ernest Smith and L. L.  Lake, of Westbank. F. W. Groves,  district engineer, and E. D. Sismey,  assistant engineer.  While Gellatly s record was for  300 inches, it was claimed he was  not entitled to all of this unless he  had 300 acres under crop. Evidence was also submitted based  upon measurements by the district engineers, to show lhat Gellatly was getting more than his  proportion of the water even before the extra supply was tapped.  A good deal of the interest of the  public in the case hinges upon the  right of Gellatly as holder of a  -rior record to water specially  procured by the company by tapping a lake.  After a lengthy hearing it was  decided that Mr. Gellatly had offended by taking Ihe law into his  own hands and breaking th*e dam  in spite of posted warnings. He  was fined $50 and $74.45 costs.  When the decision was given  defendant withdrew counter charges he had made against E. h  Smith and Cecil Clarke of interfering with hia water supply.  Mr. Gellatly has" announced his  intention to appeal the case to a  higher court.  CARDS1'OF   THANKS  Sir William Mackenzie, referring  to the government's taking over the  C.N.R., said that would occur as  soon as the arbitrators completed  their work, their duties, he thought,  should not take longer than a  month after they got down to business.  Mr. and Mrs.' F. M. Buckland  and family wish to thank the many  friends who have so kindly extended sympathy to them in their recent bereavement.  Mrs. Wigglesworth on behalf of  herself and family, wishes to thank  the numerous friends for their  kindness and sympathy expressed-  in her recent bereavement  ���I. ii     ... �� . ... PAGE TWO  KBLOWNA   RECOUP  THURSDAY, OCT. 4th, 1917  ���*    PROFESSIONAL AND    ���*  ������        BUSINESS CARDS      "  BURNE S- WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public.  B. C. Waddell.    ���   John F. Burne,  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  h.s resrim.d his reselling classes and will  leceive   pupils   aa   before  in  hia studio-  ["rencli Block. Kelown..  P.O. box 374  JOHN   CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town nnd Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Csrr. Soe. C. E.  Consulting Cloll and Hijiiraiillc  Engineer  B.C. Land Sttrcetjor  Sur veya snd R. porta nn Irrigation Work.  Application (or Water Iicnaea  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickneaa. Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,  Fidelity  Guarantee  Specialising in Insurance, therefore service  to lhe Assured  Phones 217 and 216  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  Having   gone  into the   dairy   ,  business we want your trade,  and are prepared  to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  G. MINING-HAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  # in Stock  NsrZt  to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Japan Rice  A s an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times' like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit you to use  thia highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  7 ry our newly-arrived.clean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone   112  KELOWNH RECORD  Published cwy Thumby at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATMLET  Editor and Proprietor  .SUBSCRIPTION   HATES  li.no   per   rear:   75c,   rix   month*.  United  Stub* 10 mil additional.  All labacrlpttoM MrabW la advaaes  Riibacrlben at tha rwralar rata can heva  -xiin papnri mailed to friend* at a distance  it  HALF RATE. l.a.. 75 eaota par year.  Thin metal nrivtlace ta .Treated lor ika  iHiriman of advertiilae lha fit* ind diatrict.  A��VERTISIN(1   KATES  IXHXHG NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  BTOm i-5  centa ner column Inoh uar ���aak.  LAND  AND TIMBER NnTICES-SO dare. |St  (10 Java  ��7.  WATER  NOTICES-M for five Inaartloaa.  LEGAL   ADVERTISINQ-Ftrat    inaertloa.    12  eenta  oar  line: each  labaenaent InMrtlna.  *  centa  ner  line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -J centa  nar  word    first  Innrlion,   I  atat par woH  fni'h  mhseauent inmrtion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-Two indie*  nnd under. RO cent* mr Inett firat nuerttofi  ovor two Inrhae *J0 cants ix��r tuch first In  *v>rtlna: 20 cent* per Inch eaoh itihaeouKnt  innertlon.  All changee In mntraol fidvertiasmcnta ibdm  tie in the hand* of tha printer bv T'ltedav  ���venlnir   to   enunn   publication   le   tha   aexl  ���������ue.  Rutland News  (Pros, osr owl sitrreann.aa.tr.  Miss Merle McGregor left Sunday for the coast.  Mrs. Wisglesworth left Tuesday  nn a visit to friends in Vernon.  Mr. W, H. Fleming left on his  annual visit to the prairie Monday.  Mr. F.. Davis, C.E., was in from  Victoria Inst week - end looking  over his property here.  Pte. Arthur Gray, who was recently sassedi has been pronounced fit for service and has gone to  tbe base.  The Women's Institute will hold  their monthly meeting in the school  house nn Thursday, October I Ith,  at 3 p.m., when members are requested to bring donations of fruit  or vegetables for the Kelowna  hospital. Programme includes  discussion on "How to make Rutland a better place to live in";  reports from conference delegates;  music; Roll Call -Things to be  thankful for.  Mrs. Leithead, the new chairwoman and secretary of the Rut-,  land section of the local branch of  the Canadian Patriotic Fund, has  been fortunate in securing the voluntary assistance of the following  ladies: Mrs. Hardie, Mrs. Geo.  Monford, Mrs. Stonehouse,!Miss R.  Elliott, Miss Fleming, and Miss  Magee. It is hoped that Rutland,  now that it possesses such an energetic and popular sub-committee,  will speedilv establish a reputation  for its keen interest in the welfare  nf the wives and families of our  brave men over the seas. It is well  to lefnember that our soldiers esteem the Canadian Patriotic Fund  as being more important than any  of tbe other funds for which appeals are so frequently made.  Wilson Landing am  Westside Notes  MAGIC  BAKING POWDER  CONTAINS  NO ALUM  Orders for  Local  Scout  iTrom our own oorroapnndsntl.  On Saturday last a riding party  consisting of Miss Pease, Miss Barlee and Mr. Barlee, rode north lo  K'lJ-ney where they visited Mrs.  Pease; They returned the following Monday,  Miss A. Goodacre was a passenger to Kelowna on Saturday. She  will spend some days in town and  visit her sister who is bus) amongst  the many other " Khaki-clads" in  the Kelowna Growers' packinghouse.  Mr. H. V, Chaplin finished shipping his crop of fine peaches a  week ago. The orchard had been  a busy spot for some two weeks.  All available hands in the wav of  neighbours turned out to do national service work and save the  crop���some days 200 boaes was  the count, the fruit going over by  ferry to Messrs. Rowcliffe's packing house, which firm has purchased all Mr. Chaplin's fruit this  year.  ���M puep*��C0'     Kelowna Troop  ���    - - Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.   Oct. 2nd, 1917  Orders by command for week  ending 13th October, 1917.  DUTIES-Orderlv patrol for the  week, Wolves; next fox duty,  Eagles.  PARADES-The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Tuesday, lhe 9th of October, at  7.15 p.m. The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Saturday, the I3lh of October, at  2.30 p.m. in full uniform with  haversacks containing supper. We  propose to have our annual game  of scout meets scout, and will afterwards have our supper on the  mountain by Lake Kathleen. 1 his  gau.e always provides some good  fun and we hope that there will not  be anv absentees. Uniform must  be worn and an additional sweater  or coat carried. It would also be  advisable to carry water bottles.  .      .  .  At the patrol leaders' meeting  on Saturday last, Tuesday evening  was decided on as the night for  the weekly troop meeting, from  7.15 to 8.30. Leaders will be allotted time at these meetings for attention to their own patrols , rriery be  necessary. We hope that this year  patrols will specialize in one or two  badges so that they will be entitled  to carry these badges on tbeir patrol  flags. Patrol Leader R. F. Parkinson  passed his Naturalist Badge before  Mrs. Kerr on the 27 th. of September.  .      .  We are glad to welcome Troop  Leader Allan Harriss of the Summerland Troop as a visitor to Kelowna. He is a member of the staff  of the Bank of Montreal at Summerland and is relieving at Kelowna for a week or two. It is good  for us all to mingle with members  from different troops, and we only  wish that we were able to do so  oftener. Summerland is the oldest  troop in the valley, and we hope  that they will have a very successful season's work ahead .of them.  In the spring they did a splendid  "Troop Good Turn " by collecting  various rubbish, old tins, rubber,  old clothes, &c, from the sale-of  which their local Red Cross and  Y.M.C.A. fund realized considerably over $100.  .      .  .  Mr. DuMoulin, president of the  local Association, has called the  annual meeting for Thursday, the  18th inst., at 8 o'clock. The meeting will be held at the club room  and we do hope that all parents  and friends of the scouts will show  their interest, if they have any, by  attending. Officers will be elected  for the ensuing year, and any other  business dealt with.  Wholesale fruit Dealers  Must Register  After October I st the wholesale  f i ii it dealers of Canada will do  business under strict supervision  of the food controller's office. The  fruit and vegetable committee has  definitely decided on the policy of  registration and licensing and will  require regular statements from all  persons engaged in the trade, as  to the turnover.  If it is found that any wholesaler  is taking improper advantage of  the public hia licence may be can  celled or immediately suspended.  The T. Eaton Company has pur-  chased Dominion Pork, Regina's  athletic grounds, for $100,000 and  will erect a huge distributing warehouse on the property.  Correspondence  To the Editor of the  Kelowna Record.  Dear Sir,-In reply to Miss Gowen's  letter as to proof of whether out  side exhibitors at the Fall Fair are  amateurs, 1 would state that outside exhibitors in the Women's  Work section are required to send  a written statement by a responsible party proving lhat they are  amateurs according to the A. & T.  Association rules, before they can  be eligible for prize money. All  outside prizewinners this year have  sent proof that they are amateurs.  Yours faithfully,  R. L. DALGLISH,  Secretary  IN  MEiMORIAM  To the late Frances Buckland  " The bud was a rose  Al lhe dawn of day,  But the soul of the child  Had passed away."  Why dig the grave so broad and deep?���  To hold a flower so frail, so sweet;  lust rosebuds scattered here and there,  Nestling in her silken hair;  Twere deep enough to have and hold  So young a life, not yet half told.  And as the seasons move apace.  Roses soon would guard the place;  Their fragrance sweet would fill the air.  As emblem of the presence there ;���  Bloom   on,  sweet  rose,  help soothe the  pain  Of loving hearts now torn in twain.  Kelowna, October 3, 1917.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section* 36 and 134)  Re Application No. I3036F  .Proprietors of moving picture  houses Vancouver have definitely  decided to contest the legality of  the new tax on amusement tickets  by taking the question into the  British Columbia courts, and if  necessary carrying it to the Privy  Council. They take the ground  that the legislation dealing with the  impost is ultra vires.  We give below financial state-  ment in connection with our recent  camp, which shows that we had to  draw upon troop funds to the extent of $120.64 in addition to the  camp fees received. Everyone  seems to think it was a good camp  though, and that it was well worth  it.  DISBURSEMENTS  Cook ;       $25.00  Transportation -   16.00  Tent Pegs ?:  4.$0  Groceries  73.80  Meat    30.45  Milk and Butter  9.40  Freight on tents and stove 2.19  Football, Lacrosse-ball,  Mails, Rope, &c  6.65  $167.99  Camp fees and sale of  groceries left over     47.35  Balance   made   up   from  troop funds- $120.64  Still owing in fees $4.  TAKE NOTICE that application has  been made to register Prudential Trust  Company, Limited, as owner in fee under  a Tax Sale Deed from Percy T. Dunn,  Collector of Taxes for the City of Kelowna  bearing date the 9th day of November,  f916, of ALU AND SINGULAR that <*r-  tain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying, and being in the Municipality of the City of Kelowna, more particularly known and described as Block  Twenty-four (24), Map Two Hundred and  two (202).  You are required to contest the claim  of the tax purchaser within thirty  days from the date of the service of  this notice, and your attention is called to  section 36 of the " Land Registry Act '  with amendments, and to tha following  extract therefrom: "and in default of a  caveat or certificate of lis pendens being  filed before the registration as owner of  the person entitled under such tax sale,  all persons so served with notice . . .  and those claiming through or under them  and all persons claiming any interest in  the land by virtue of any unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any  interest in the land by descent whose title  is not registered under the provisions of  this Act, shall be for ever estopped and  debarred from setting up any claim to or  in respect of the land so sold for taxes,  and the Registrar shall register the person  entitled under such tax sale as owner of  the land so sold for taxes."  AND WHEREAS application has been  made for a Certificate of Indefeasible Title  'to the above-mentioned lands, in the name  of Prudential Trust Company, Limited ;  AND WHEREAS on investigating the  title it appears that prior to the 12th day  of October, 1915 (the date on which the  said lands were sold for overdue taxes),  you were the owner of an apparent interest therein  FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that atthe  same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application and issue a  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to thc said  lands in the name of Prudential Trust  Company, Limited, unless you take and  prosecute the proper proceedings to establish your claim, if any, to the aaid lands,  or to prevent such proposed action on my  part.  Dated at thc Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  B.C., this  31st  day   of  July, A.D.  1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar of Titles.  To J. H. Cavanagh.  To William J. Cavanagh. 43-7  Job  Printing  Commercial Stationery  produced in a neat, clean  and up-to-date style.    .  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letter and Billheads  Business Cards  Handbills  Circulars, Notices  Loose Leaf Supplies  Record  Office  Phone 94  JUST ARRIVED  A large consignment of  British Made China  consisting of ths following patterns  White and Gold China and Semi-Porcelain  Mott Willow ��� ��� ���  Pompadour Rose ��� ���  These goods are open stock and  sold in any quantity  BUTTER CROCKS.   4 gallon, with cover,  $1.50; 5 gallon, $1.75; 6 gallon, $2  Shelf Hardware and a variety of Smallware  always in stock. Come in and look around, you  will be sure to find something useful.  ALBERT E. COX street PAGS TllBEE  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY. OCT. >tht 1M7  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF KELOWNA  TAX SALE  NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of tlie Municipal Act of British Columbia and amendments thereto, and of a resolution of the Municipal Council of  The Corporation of the City of Kelowna passed on the Twenty-third day of July, A.D. 1917, Iehall, on Wednesday, the Tenth day of October, A.D. 1917, at the hour of ten o'clock in the  forenoon at the Board of Trade Building, Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., offer for sale by public auction the lands and real property situate in the City of Kelowna, hereinafter set out  for delinquent taxes and Subsequent taxes in arrear remaining unpaid together with interest, costs and expenses, if the total amounts respectively due in respect of each parcel be not  sooner paid. ,  The municipality of the Corporation of the City of Kelowna hereby express the readiness cf the Clerk, Assessor and Collector of the said municipality to receive notice from any  source of the interests of those entitled to the benefits of the " War Relief Act." Any person having such knowledge is requested to communicate same in writing to the Collector whose  address is Box 167, Kelowna, B.C.  LANDS AND REAL PROPERTY ABOVE MENTIONED-  A8SES8ED OWNEB  Abbott, Edward A   Abbott, Edward A   AllisaU. Miss Metn    AllisaU. Mis. Mstts    Amundson, .lu,mes ....'.....  Anderson,  Joseph,  and  Elizabeth    Anderson,  Joseph,  and  Elizabeth    Anderson, Joseph, and  Elizabeth    Ellison,  Ellison,  Ellison,  alts.  Mrs!  'Un!  'Barber, Ceo. 6. .  Bertlelt, Samuel .  Bartlelt, Samuel .  Beresford, John ,.  Biddell, Cecil 11.  Biasoll.  M.  L. ...:.  111mA. A. M   Black. Mrs. O. H.  Black, Mrs. 0. K  Blakley. Israel It.  DUkley, Israel If.  Blakley. Israel It.  Brigden, C   Brigden, C   Buckland, F. M. .  Buckland. F. M. .  Buckland, F. M. .  Buckland. F. M. .  Buckland. F. M. .  Buokland. F. M. .  Budden, Geo. F.  Bulman, Thomas  Buriress, M   Burgess   H   Butt. Douglas It.  Butt. Douglas It.  Calder, W. B. M. ...  Campbell, John T   Campbell, 0.  D   Campbell, 0. U   Chapman, Jaok     Chapman, Jaok  ,      Chappell, Bert    Chappelle, Dr.  W.  1)., and kellov, Dr  jas. 11   Chappelle, Dr.  W.  1)., and Kelley, Dr  Jas. U   Claggett, William       ,   Claggett, William    Clarke, Miss Florence          Clement, E, 1.   Clement, E. L. and W.  Clement, E. I,, and W  Clement, E. L.  Clement, E. L.  Clement. E. I..  Clement, E.  L.  Clement, E.  L.  Clement, E.  Clumont,  E. I.  E. L  Clement,  Clement,  Clement,  Clement, E. 1,.  Clement, E. L.  Clement, E. L.  Clement, E. L.  Clement, E. I,.  Clement, E. L  Clement, E. I,  Clement, V.  Clement, V.  Clement, E  Clement, E.  Clement, E.  Clement.  V.  Clement, E  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W.  and W,  and W.  and W.  I,, aad W.  L, and W.  L, and W.  I,, and W.  L. and W,  I,, and W.  r,. and W.  J,  J.  J.  ���I.  .1.  J.  J.  J.  J.  J.  J. .  J.'.  J. .  J. .  J. .  ���I. .  J. f  U. .  J. .  J. .  ���). ���  J. .,  .T. ..  J....  J. ..  I. ..  Clement, E. I., nnd W. .1.  Clement, E. L. and W. il.  Clement, E. I,, and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. .1.  Clement, Mrs. M   Coker, Harry ......    Cnrdick, William    Cordick, William    Cordick, William    Cosens, B.'O   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. U. .-.   Conns, S. C   Cosens, 8. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C '       Cosens, S. C   Crocket, Miss Emelina    Croworoft, Mrs. Alec    Crowley, D. W   Crowley, D. W   Crowley Co. Ltd., D. W. ..  Cullen, B. A   Davidson, Miss Minnie    Davies, W. Trevor    Pavis, George  ....  IMii'iiv,  A.  Ii., and Stevens,  Defieux, A. B.,  and Stevens.  Defieux, D   -,   D'Esterre, S. B. W .'   Dingwall, J   Duggan, Mrt. Kathleen    Duggan, Mrs. Kathleen    Dugrran, Thomas ..-   John 0  John 0  DES0B1PTI0N OF PROPERTY  Lot 48. Reg. Plan 1240   Lot 49, Beg. Plan 1210    Lot 17, Block 8, Reg. Plan '300    Lot IB, Block 8, Reg. Plan 1308    Lot 5, Blook 4. Reg. PUn 13Q8    Lot 1, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1118    Lot 2, Block 1, Bog. Plan 1*48    Lot 3. Blook 1, Beg. I'lan 1148   South 206.76 ft. ol lot IT, Block 64  Beg. Plan 202   Lot 1, Blook 1), Beit. Plan UO.i    Lot 2, Block 9, Beg. Plnn 1300    Lot 18, Blook 12, Reg.  I'lun 130U ..  Lot 7, Block 1. Rog. Plan 1306    Lot 16, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 3, Block 12, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 8, Blook 7, Bog. Plan 1306    Lot 20. Blook 11, Beg.  Plan 1306 ..  Lot 7. Block 7, Bog. Plan 1306    Lot 14. Block 7, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 15, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 9, Blook 10. Rog. Plan 1306    Lot 10, Block 10, lieg. Plan 1306    Lot 7, Blook 17, Reg. Plon 162    Lot 8, Blook 17, Hog. Plan 462    Lot 9, Block 17, Reg. Plan 162    Lot 10, Blook 17, Bog. Plan 462    Lot 11, Blook 17, Beg. Plan 462    Lot 12, Blook 17, Reg. Plan 462    Lot 2, Block 3, Beg. Plan 462    Lot 49, Beg. Plan 1014    Lot 24, Blook 11, Reg  Plnn 1306    Lot 14, Block  12, Beg   Plan 1306 ..  Lot 5, Hog. Plan 622    Lot 26, Reg. Plan 1037    Re-subdivision Lot 4, ol l.llo.:k 42,  Reg. Plan 462 (more particularly  described al commencing at a i-oiut  122.6 it. South of the North West  corner oi Blook 42, Map 462, thence  South SO ft., thenoe East 148.5 ft.,  tlience North 50 ft., thence West  148.5 ft.  to point of common Miami)  Lot 27, Hog. Plan 645    Lot 2, ll��e. Plan 982    l.ot 11, Blook 3, Beg. Plan 1305    Lot 12, Block 58, Beg. Plan 262    Lot 13, Blook 58, lieg. Plun 262    Lot 36, Block 1, Beg. Plan 1291    Lot 5, Block 12, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 6, Blook 12, Rog. Plan 1306   Lot 14, Bog. Plan 1039    Lot 15, lieg. Plan I03J    Lot 19, Mock 9, Bog. Plan 1306    Lot 4, Bag. Plan 922    Lot 15, Hog. Plan 1102    Lot 21, Beg./Plan 1102   -.   Lot 22, Beg. Plan Uu2    Lot 25. Beg. PUn 1102  .  Lot 26, Beg. Plan 1102   Lot 28, Beg. Plan 1102    Lot 38, Bag. Han 1102     ...  Lot 40, Rog. Plan 1102    Lot 41, Beg. Plan 1102    Lot 49, Beg. Plan 1102    Lot 61, Beg. Flan 1102    Lot 54, Bag. Plan 1103 ,  Lot 65, Beg. Plan 1103   Lot 59, Beg. Plan 1102    Lot 62, Beg. Plan 1102    Lot 63, Bag. Plan 1103   Lot 72. lieg. Flan 1102         Lot 73. Bag. Plan 1102    Lot 1, Beg. Plan 1346   Lot 5, Bag. Plan 1346    Lot 6, Bag. Flan 1346    Lot 7, Bag. Plan 1346    Lot 8, Rog. Plan 1346    Lot 9, Bag. PUn 1346    Lot 10, Beg. Plan 1346   ....  I ot 11, Beg. Plan 1346       Lot 19, Beg. Plan 1346      Lot 21. Reg. Plan 1346         l.ot 22. Beg.  PUn 1346      Lot 23, Rog. Plan 1316    Lot 48, Reg. PUn 10S7    Lot 4, Reg. PUn 1277    Lot 16, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 17, Reg.    Plan lOJh   Lot 18; Reg. Plan 1039         Lot 3, Beg. Plan U78   ' ���   Lot 5, Beg. PUn 1178    Lot 6, Rag. Plan 1178    Lot 7, Beg. Plan 1178    Lot 8, Beg. Plan 1178    Lot 9, Bog. Plan 1178    Lot 10, Bag. Flan 1178    Lot 11, Beg. Flan 1178    Lot 23, Blook 1, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 53, Rog. Plan 1377    Lot 2, Blook 7, Be*. Plan 4tU    Lot 6, Beg. Plan 1311    12.25 acres of Blocks 44 end 45, Beg.  PUn 462   Lot 22, Bag. Plan 1346    Lot 19, Blook 7, Bog. PUn 1*01  Lot 22, Block 2. Beg. Plan 130)1  Lot 24, Blook 9, Reg. PUn i3"fl  Lot 8, Blook 1, Rog. Plan 1291 ..  Lot 9. Blook 1, Rog. Plan 1291 .  Lot 6, Blook 1. Beg. Plan 1291 ..  Lot 7, Blook 8, Beg. Flan 1306 ..  Lot 6, Block 18, Beg. PUn 1308  Lot 19, Beg. Plan 947    Lot 20, Beg. Plan 047    Lot 1, Blook 19. Beg. Flan $30 ..  14.00  12.20  10.00  11.50  7.80  7.80  13.00  10.00  12.20  10.110  10.00  7.80  7.80  7.80  192.24  171.24  171.24  179.24  171.24  .'32.24  105.00  13.20  4.00  5.50  12.57  6.00  26.40  25.50  ���15.40.  14.40  17.60  17.60  2.60  73.51  9.36  7.91  10.81  5.49  5.49  10.81  7.91  9.36  7.91  7.91  5.49  5.49  5.49  175.84  149.44  149.14  157.44  149.44  203.25  86.40  10.81  7.91  10.81  19.28  10.81  24.51  25.11  34.83  38.20  24.51  34.61  5.49  13.90  4.50  4.50  7.80  7.00  3.50  3.50  3.60  3.50  3.50  3.50  6.60  8.30  8.30  3.50  3.50  3.60  3.50  3.50  3.50  3.60  3.50  3.50  27.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  ^.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  6.00  4.50  4.50  4.50  4.60  22.38  22.38  16.60  3.58  16.60 ���  3.58  16.60  20.11  7.80  4.50  52.00  158.00  10.81  7.91  7.91  5.49  13.71  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  13.71  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  54.80  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  10.81  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  18.71  18.71  13.71  1.45  13.71  1.45  13.71  10.81  5.49  7.91  43.20  129.60  571.40  379.19  14.40      10.81  7.80  7.80  7.80  2.60  2.60  2.60  4.00  3.00  13.20  13.20  17.90  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  7.91  5.49  18.17  18.17  35.81  7.00  2.57  2.13  2.42  1.64  1.64  2.95  2.13  2.57  2.13  2.13  1.61  1.64  1,64  40.83  36.28  36.28  37.98  36.28  49.25  22.21  2.76  .80  1.09  2.50  1.16  5.61  5.45  5.81  9.51  5.87  6.87  .62  13.90      10.81       2.95  2.95  .87  .87  1.64  1.39  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  1.32  1.74  1.74  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  .68  5.42  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  ,  1.76  1.76  1.16  .87  .87  .87  .87  4.80  4.80  3.51  .73  3.51  .73 '  3.51  4.42  ,1.64  .87  11.05  33.46  121.17  3.03  1.64  1.64  1.64  .53  .53  .52  .80  .58  3.98  3.98  8.79  3.38  3.38  3.66  2.66  2.74  3.10  2.54  2.64  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  3.07  2.84  2.84  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.64  2.54  6.36  3.36  3.36  3.36  3.36  8.36  8.86  3.36  3.36  3.36  3.33  8.36  3.59  2.66  2.66  2.66  2.66  4.29  4.29  3.69  2.28  3.69  2.28  3.69  3.77  2.74  2.66  7.31  18.05  55.58  3.41  2.74  3.74  3.74  2.30  2.30  2.30  3.68  2.45  . 3.71  3.71  4.87  g  10.91  10.91  17.67  17.67  17.07  11.5.  11.52  15.34  7.72  122.23  3.20  27.33  3.00  23.04  3.23  27.96  2.74  17.67  2.74  17.67  3.38  31.04  300  23.04  3.20  27.33  3.00  2104  3.00  23.04  2.71  17.67  2.M  17.67  2.74  17.67  22.44  431.35  19.74  376.70  19.74  376.70  20.73  395.39  19.74  376.'0  26.23  510.97  12.68  226.?9  3.33  30.10  2.63  15.34  2.87  20.91  3.71  38.06  3.59  21.56  4.82  61.34  4.80  60.86  5.30  71.34  6.60  98.71  4.89  62.87  4.89  62.87  2.30  10.91  31.04  31.04  16.94  15.94  17.67  25.20  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  24.1.0  19.66  19.66  13.50  13 50  13 50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  93.68  30.73  30.78  lVi.78  30.78  30.78  30.78  30.78  30.73  :i0.78  BO 78  30.78  21.56  16.94  15.94  15.94  16.94  50.18  50.18  37.51  8.04  37.51  -8.04  3751  39.11  17.67  15.94  113.56  339.11  1127.34  31.65  17.67  17.67  17.67  10.91  10.91  '0.91  15.84  11.52  38.06  38.06  62.34  ASSESSED OWNEB  Duggan, Thomas   Duggan, W. U   Duggan, W. C   Dunoan, Mrs. B. II. ...  Dundas, F. M   Dundas, F. M   Ellis, Miss Edith Boss  Elsey, Harry    Elsey, Harry    i'.merton, W. B.    ..���,.    ,  Empey, Waldo F   Erioson, Alfred    Ernest, Charles E   Ernest, Charles E   Ernest, Charles E   Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Fillimore, F. S   Fillimore, F. S   Fillimore, F. S. ,~   Fillimore, F. S   Fillimore, F. j8 r... .  Fleetwood, G. H   Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, Wi H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ���.  Fraser, Albert H.  Fraser, Albert H. .  Fuller, Mrs. M. S.  Fuller, W. S   Fuller, W. S   Gale, Cecil    Gale, Cecil     Gawman, Bobert .1.  Gibson, B. H   Good, David   Good, David    Goodchild, John C.  Uaggarty, W. P ,   Hall, John and Baker, B. S.  Hall, J. J., and MoPherson,  Hall, J. J., and McPherson,  Hannah, Arthur J   Darkness, Reuben E. E   lUriier, William E   Harvey, Mrs. Jennie    Ilehner, C   Hehner,- C   Hemming, Oli    Hemming, Oli    Herrmann, John, estate    Hoyward, William    Heyward, William ....   Hill, Albert A.           Hodgson, Ashton R ,.  Hodo-son, John    Hodgson, John    Hodgson, John, and Laidlaw,  Horner, C. B   Homer, C. R   Humphreys, A. 0   Humphreys, A. 0   Hunfjord, Gillis    Allan  Allan  Thos..  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Lot 67, Beg. Plan 1037    Lot 27, Bog. Plan 1037    Lot 14, Beg. Plan 1316    Lot 11, Blook 9, Hog. Plan 1303  Lot 25, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 26, Block 1. Rog. Plan 1306  Lot 6, Blook 4, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 46, Reg. Plan 1Q39    Lot 47, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 50, Reg. Flan 1039    Lot 20, Block 9. Beg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 25. Block 1, Beg. Plan 1291 ...  Lot 17, Block 14, Beg. Plan  130ii  Lot 18, Block 14, Beg. Plan 13m;  Lot 13, Block 16. Bee. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 3, Reg. Plan 800   Lot 4, Rog. Plan 800    Lot 41, Beg. Plan 1014    Lot 44, Beg. Plan 1014      Lot 45, Hog. Plan 1014    Lot 4, Blook 9, Reg. PUn 1106 ..   .  Lot 5, Blook 9. Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 6. Block 9, Reg. Plan 1808    Lot 7, Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 12, Blook 12, Heir.  I'lan 1396 ...  West   half   of    Lot    24.    Blook    58,  Reg. Plan 363    Lot 12, Reg. Plan 622  It..  Lot 22, Reg. PUn 1037    Lot 19, Reg. Plan 103,     Lot 61, Heg. Plan 1377    Lot 18, Block 2, Beg. Plan 1306 ..  Lot 19, Block 2, Beg. PUn 1306    Lot 20, Block 2, Beg. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 21, Blook 2, Heg. Plan 1306    Lot 1, Block 14, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 3, Blook 14, Beg. PUn 1306    Lot 4, Blook 16, Beg. Plan 462    He subdivision    Lots   1.9,3.4.5,6.  7, and 8 of Lot 4, Blook 5,   Beg.  Plan 186 (Lot 4, Blk. 6. PUn 180)  Re-subdivision    Lota 9,  10, 11,    and  12 of Lot 22, Blook 5, Beg. Plan  348 (Lot 32, Blk. 5, Plan 348) ..  Lot 21, Beg. Plan 1014    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 22, Blook 9, Beg. Plan 1306  Lot 11. Beg. Plan 1319    Lot 8, Blook 3, Beg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 9, Block 3, Beg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 16, Blook 1, Beg. Plan 1806  Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    ���   Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis     Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, John        Hutchinson, R. J   Hutchinson, B. J   Ireland, Andrew    Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, B. D..  Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, B. D..  Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, E. D..  Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, R. D..  Jones, Silas    Josselyn, C. C   Josselyn, C. C   Josselyn, Mrs. L. 0   Kales, Albert    Kamaker, Jamas    Kelowna Curling Club    Kelowna  Curling  Club     Kelowna  Curling Club     Kelowna Curling Club    Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Kolowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Lot 18, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1291  Lot 15, Blook 5, Beg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 9, Blook 12, Beg. Plan 130.1 .  Lot 10, Blook 12, Bog. Plan 1306 .  Lot 8, Blook 8. Bag. Flan 1306 ....  Lot 10, Beer. Plan 1039      Lot 13, Block 3. Beg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 26, Blook 7, Beg. PUn 1308 .  Lot 13, Bag. PUn 694    Lot 14, Reg. Plan 694    Lot 29, Blook 1. Bag. Plan 1291 .  Lot 3U, Blook 1. Beg. Pl.m 1291 .  Lot 9, Blook 20, Beg. Plan 830 ....  Lot lb, Blook 1, Beg. Plan 19.1 .  Lot 17, Blook 1. Beg. Plan 1291  Lot 17, Blook 16, Bee. Plan 1306  Lot 3, Bog. Plan 1332    Lot 1, Beg. Flan 1232   Lot 2, Beg. Plan 1232    Lot 12. Blook 6. Beg. PUn 4ri2 ...  Lot 9. Blook 8. Beg. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 10, Blook 8, Beg. PUn  130.1  Lot! 5. Blook 1. Beg. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 6, Block 1. Bog. Plan I .'.06   ...  Be-subdivision Lot 19, Block 42,  Bog. 'Plan 462 I more nr.it iculnrlv  described as commencing at a  point 126.5 ft. North of the South  West ooraer of Blook -��2. Beg. I'lan  462, thenoe Eaet 148.5 ft., thence  North 35.75 ft., thenoe West 148.5  ft., thenoe South 34.75 ft. lo the  point of commencement)  Lot 3, Beg. Plan 1014       Lot 20, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 28, Beg. Plan 1014    Lot 30, Beg. Plan 1014    Lot 31, Beg. Plan 1011    Lot 23, Beg. Plan 1039    Lot ����, Reg. PUn 1039    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1039    Lotl2, Blook 9, Reg. lian 1306 ...  Lot 13, Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Kolowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  Ltd.  Lt'  Ltl  Ltd.  Ltd.  Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1818    Lot 85, Beg. Plan 1240   Lot92, Beg. Plan 1840    Lot03, Beg. Plan 1240    Lot 94, Beg. Plan 1240    Lot 28, Blook 1, Bag. Plan 1291    Lot 6, Beg. Plan 1312    Lot 7, Reg. PUn 1812    Lot 11, Blook 14, Reg. Plan 462    Lot 23, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1806    Lot 1, Blook 21, Rog. Plan 830    Lot 6, Blook 10, Rag. Plan 469   Lot 7, Blook 10, Beg. Plnn 462    Lot 8, Blook 10, Beg. Plan 402    Lot 9, Dlook 10. Reg. Plan 462   South 40 fl. of Blook 14, Beg. Plan  186    North 7 ft. of Blook 14, Beg.   Plan  186  Lot 11.'Brook's. Reg.' PUn 348'''.'...'.'.'.'.'.'  Lot 1, Block 1, Res. .Plan ISM  Lot 2, Block 1, Rog. Plan 1396  Lot 1, Bloat. 9, Bee. Ploa It*  7.80  4.50  4.50  5.50  7.80  2.60  3.00  3.00  3.00  44.00  44.00  17.60  8.80  8.80  10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  13.90  42.00  24.34  6.00  4.50  4.50  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  89.20  79.60  50.40  4.40  4.40  7.80  9.00  7.80  7.80  7.80  2.60  7.80  13.90  13.90  10.00  5.50  10.00  10.00  6.60  6.60  2.60  2.60  17.60  2.60  2.60  3.00  2.60  8.30  6.20  84.00  10.00  10.00  7.80  7.80  I  9  j  CO  10.81  10.81  16.61  7.91  5.49  7.91  5.49  7.91  7.91  10.81  5.49  5.49  5.49  6.49  5.49  44.00  44.00  15.81  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  10.81  38.20  16.38  10.81  7.91  7.91  5.49  6.49  6.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  70.61  99.38  43.34  5.49  5.49  6.49  25.53  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  10.81  10.81  7.91  10.81  7.91  7.91  8.93  8.93  5.49  5.49  17.40  5.49  6.49  5.49  5.49  6.45  5.49  70.61  7.91  7.91  6.49  5.49  2.13  3.13  2.13  2.13  2.95  8.99  5.13  1.16  .87  .87  .58  .68  .58  .58  .58  .58  18.65  16.36  8.55  .97  .97  1.64  3.04  1.04  1.64  1.64  .59  1.64  2.95  2.95  2.13  1.09  2.13  2.13  1.46  1.46  .52  .53  8.74  .53  .53  .58  .53  1.75  1.31  17.83  3.13  3.13  1.64  1.64  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.38  6.45  4.29  3.59  2.66  2.66  2.45  2.45  2.45  2.45  2.45  2.45  10.93  2.54  2.54  2.74  3 82  2.74  2.74  9.74  2.30  9.74  3.38  3.38  8.00  2.87  3.00  3.00  2.84  2.84  2.30  2.30  3.93  2.30  2.30  2.45  2.30  2.82  2.65  10.62  3.00  8.00  9.74  9.74  h  o  H  30.10  30.10  46.06  23.04  17.67  23.04  17.67  16.94  15.94  20.27  17.67  10.91  11.52  11.52  11.52  104.32  104.33  41.00  21.50  21.50  23.04  23.04  23.04  23.04  31.04  95.64  50.14  21.56  16.94  15.94  11.52  11.53  11.63  11.52  11.62  11.62  189.38  11.40      199.64  7.10      109.20  13.40  13.40  17.67  40.39  U.b,  17.67  17.67  10.91  17.6/  31.04  31.04  23.04  20.9/  23.04  23.04  19.88  19.88  10 91  10.91  42.67  10.91  10.91  11.52  10.91  19.39  15.65  183.06  23.04  23.04  17.67  17.*7  10.00  21.61  3.06  3.68  37.35  2.20  2.93  .47  3.37  7.86  4.40  6.49  .97  2.54  13.40  6.60  5.49  1.36  9.67  16.19  6.60  6.49  1.86  9.67  16.19  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.19  4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  5.50  10.81  1.09  2.87  20.97  4.50  7.91  .87  3.66  15.94  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  12.20  9.36  3.57  3.20  27.83  9.00  26.53  3.04  3.82  40.39  2.20  1.45  .43  3.20  6.28  6.20  6.40  1.81  9.65  15.C5  6.30  5.49  1.81  9.65  15.65  6.30  5.49  1.31  3.65  15J5  2.60  5.49  .53  2.30  10.91  33.00  32.40  7.07  5.62  78.09  17.60  16.61  3.73  3 89  41.83  555.64  458.65  117.38  58.57  1190.14  7.80  5.49  1.64  9.74  17.��7  14.90  30.61  3.04  4.37  51.93  8.7S  74.92  17.79  10.89  187.25  83.72  74.92  17.79  10.82  187.25  53.72  74.93  17.79  10.89  187.25  83.72  74.93  17.79  10.89  187.96  26.90  66.83  8.87  6.39  04.98  .4.90  8.73  .88  9.68  16.49  130.00  285.60  36.78  94.11  466.49  22.00  46.13  4.48  5.68  7*3.23  24.00  61.93  4.92  6.04  8AM  14.00  8041  MI  Urn  ���UB THURSDAY, OCT. 4t*. 1917  KELOWNA   HECOUD  PAGE FOCB  ASSESSED OWNEB  kelownu Land and Orchard Co., l.t.i  Kelowna Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  kelownu Land aud OrehurU Co., Ltd.  .liolowua Lunri nnd Orctaard Lo., Ltd.  Kelowna Lund aud Orcnurd Lo., Lto.  Kelownu Lund aud Orchurd Co., Ltu.  Kelownu Laud aud Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kelownu Laud and Orchard Lo., I.l  Kelownu Land aud Orchurd Lo., l.t.i.  Kelownu Luud aud Orcuurd Lo., Lt ,  Kelowuu Luud aud Orchard Lo., i.l  Kelownu Luud and Orchard Lo., l.t  Kelownu Luud and Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kelowuu Luud aud Orchurd Lo.* Ltd.  Kelowna Luud and Orchurd Lo., Ltu.  Kelowna Luud aud Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kelowna Lund and Orohard i'o., Ltd.  keluwuu Lund and Orohard Lo., Ltu.  Kelowuu Luud and Orchurd Lo-, Ltd.  Kelowuu Luud and Orchurd to., Ltd.  Kelowuu Land and Orchard ,o., Ltd.  Kelowuu Lund and Orchurd Lo., ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Lund aud Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchurd Co., 1 td.  Kelowuu Luud aud Orchurd Lo.,  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  ltd.  ltd.  o., ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  i.t  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Kelowna Luud unci Orchurd  Kelownu Luud and Orchurd  Kelowuu Luud and Orchard  Kelownu Lund and Orchurd Co.,  Kelowuu Luud aud Orchurd  Kelowuu Luud aud Orchurd  Kelownu Lund and Orchurd L o.,  Kelownu Luud and Orchurd to.,  Kelowuu Lund and Orchurd Co., Ltd  Kelowuu Luud and Orchard L o., Ltd.  Kelowuu Lund nnd Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowuu Luud and Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kulownu Lund und Orchard Co.. Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kelownu Luud and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowuu Lund and Orchurd to., Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchurd I o., LU  Kelowuu Luud nnd Orchurd t o.,  Kelowuu Luud and Orchurd ( o.,  Kelownu Lund uud Orohard I o.,  Kelowna Lund und Orchurd Co..  Kelownu Laud aud Orchurd l o.,  Kelowuu Lund and Orchard t o.,  Kelowuu  Luud  and  Orchurd  L o.,  Kelowuu Luud and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  Kelowuu Luud und Orchurd Co.,  Ltd,  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowuu Lund nnd Orchurd  Lo.,  Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowuu Lund und Orchurd (to,, Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowuu  Lund and Orchurd  Co.,  Ltd.  Kelownu Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  l\elownu  Lund and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  kolowna Lund and  Orchard  Co.,  Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  kelownu Land nnd Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd,  kelowna Land and Orchard  Co.,   l.t  Kerr, G. H   Killips, Albert    KiUips. Albert    Kinoaid, James    Kincaid, James    Kincaid, James    Kinoaid, James    Kincaid, James    Ltd.  i.t  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd,  Ltd  Laird, Ainsley    Luplunte, Alphons ...  Lawson, Mrs. M. E.  Lawson, Mrs. M. E.  Lawson, Thomas    Legord, E   Leslie, John    Leslie, Moses    l.um Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estuto ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estuto ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Lock Estate ....  Lum Look EBtate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look EBtate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lum Look Estate ....  Lund, Bernard    Maoino, Victor    MaoLeay, H. H   Magoo, B. A     -  Mannion. Jowph    Marboeuf, Mrs. L   Marboeuf. Mrs. L   Markle, Walter    Mattzahn, Hans    Mattzahn, Hans    Mattzahn, Hans    Mattzahn, Hans   Meugens, Arthur Lionel   ...  Meugens, Hubert Theodore  Movers, Lucien    Miller. G. M   Miller, W   MilBe, H. H   Millie. H. H   Miyaki, T ��������������  Moore,  J. B   Moore.  J. B   Mulholland. A. B   Mulholland. A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland. A. B   Lot 4,  Lot 5,  Lot 7,  Lot 8,  Lot tl,  Lot 6,  Lot 7,  Lot a,  Lot U,  Lot 2, Blook 2, lieg. i'lau 1395 ...  Loi 3, Blook 2, Hog. PUn 1396 ...  WooK 2, lieg. Plan 1300 ...  Blocs. 2,  Keg.   1'luu 1395 ...  Blues. 2, lieg. Plan louo ...  Block 2, Kog. I'lan 1395 ...  Blook 2, Bug.' Clan 1396 ...  Lot 10, Block 2, lieg. i'lun 1395  Lot 1, Block 3, lieg. PUn 1395 ...  Lot. 2, Block 3, lieg. I'lun i;w.r ...  Lot 3, Block 3, keg. i'lan 13110 ...  Lot 1, Block 3, lieg. PUn 1395 ...  Lol 6, Block 3, lieg. i'lau 1396 ..  Blook 3, keg. i'lun 1396 ...  Bluer.  3,  Keg.   I'lan  1395 ...  I'.took 3, lieg. Plan 1395 ...  Blook 3, lieg. i'lan 1395 ...  Lot 10, Block 3, lieg. i'lun 1395  Block 4, lieg. Plan 1395      Lol 1, Blook 5, lies. I'lun 1305 .  Lol 2, Black 6, Beg. Plan 13 in ..  Lot 3, Block j, kog. Plan 1395 .  Lol 1, Blook 0, lieg. i'lun l.i'Jj ...  Lol 2, Block 6, lieg. Plun 1305 ...  Lot 3, Blook 6, lieg. Plun 1305 ...  Lot 4, Blook 0, lieg. I'lan 1395 ...  Lol a, Block 6, lieg. i'lun 1395 ....  Lot 6, Block 6, lieg. I'lun 1305 ...  Lot 7, Blook 6, Hug. i'lun 1390 ....  Lol 8, Blook ti, iteg. Plan 1395 ..  Lot 9, Blook ti, lieg. Plan 1895 ....  Lol 10, Block ti, lieg. Plan 1395  Lol 11, Block 6. Hog. Plan 1305 .  Lol 12, Block 6, lieg. i'ruu 1395 ....  Lot 13, Block U, lieg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 11, Block 6, lieg. i'lun 1305 ,  Lol 15, Blook 6, Keg. P.an 1395  Lot 16, Block 6, Hog. i'lun 1396 .  Lot 17, Block 0, lieg. i'lun 1395 .  Lot 18, Block ti, lieg. i'lun 1395  Lot 1, Blook 7, lieg. i'lan 1395 ....  Lol 2, Block 7, lieg. Pion i396 ....  Lot 3, Blook 7, Hog. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 4, Blook 7, Beg. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 5, Block 7. lieg. Plan 1398 ...  Lol 6, Blook 7, Hog. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 7, Blook 7, Hog. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 8, Block 7, lieg. Plan 1396 ....  Lot 0, Blook 7, lieg. i'lun 1395 ....  Lot 10, Biosk 7, lieu. PUn 1305 .  Lot li, Block 7, iteg. Plan !.'.r-5 .  Lot 12, Block 7, lieg. Plan 1W6 .  Lot 13, Blook 7, lieg. i'lan 1305 .  Lot 14. Blook 7, Beg. Plan 1395 .  Lul io. Block 7, lieg. i'lun 1305 .  Lot 16, Block 7, lieg. i'lun 1395 .  Lot 17, Blook 7, Beg. Plan 1395 .  Lot lb, Blook 7, lieg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 10, Blook 7, Hog. Plan 1305 .  Lot 20, Block 7,  tot 21, Blook 7,  Lot 22, Block 7  Lot 23, Block 7,  Lot 1, Blook 8.  Hog. ruin 1305  lieg. Plan 1305  keg. Plan 1896  lieg. i'lan 1395  Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 2, Block 8, iteg. i'lan 1305 ...  Lot 3, Blook 8, iteg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 4, Blook 8, lieg. Plun 1305 ...  Lot 5, Blook 8, Beg. Plan 1305 ...  Lot 6, Blook 8, lieg.  Plan 1395 ...  Blook 10, Beg. Plan 1395    Lot 1, Hog. Plan 694    Lot 21, Blook 6, lieg. Plun 1306  Lot 22, Block ti. iteg. Plan 1390  Lot 3, Blook 19, Keg. i'lun 402 ...  Lot 2, lieg. Plan 564    Lot 3, Keg. Plan 564           .  Lot 23, Blook 4, iteg. Plan ,306 .  Lot 24, Blook 4, Beg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 14. Blook 8, Iteg.  Plan 11,06    Lot 37, Block 1, Beg. Plan 1231    Lot 11, Blook 2, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 12, Block 2, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot 8, lieg. Plan 549    Lot 8, Block 2. lieg. Plan 1306    Lot 20, Blook 1, Beg. Plan 1291    lie-subdivision Lot 13, part of Block  42, Beg, Plan 462 (more particularly described as commencing ut  a point 322.5 ft. South of tne  North West corner of Block 42,  lieg. Plan 462, thence East 274.8  ft,, thenoe South 162.25 ft., thense  West 274.8 ft., thence North 162.25  ft. to point oi commencement)    Lot 9, Keg. PUn 1036    Lot 10, Keg. Plan 1030    Lot 11, iteg. Plan 1036    Lot 12, Keg. Plan 1036    Lot 13, Beg. Plan 1036    Lot 14, Beg. Plan 1036   Lot 15, Beg. Plan 1036    Lot 16, Reg. Plan 1036        Lot 17, iteg. PUn 1036    Lot 18, Keg. Plan 1030    Lot 19, iteg. Plan Il'3i5    Lot 20, lieg. I'lan 1036    Lot 21, iteg. Plan 1036    Lot 22, Beg. Plan 1036    Lot 23, lieg. Plan 1036    i'lan 1036    PUn 1036    PUn 1036        u.  Plan 10J6    Plan ,036    PUn 1030      Plan 1036    Plan 1036    Is  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  24.00  18.00  18.00  24.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  u.00  U.00  22.00  3.00  45.00  45.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  9.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  6.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  12.00  12.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  22.00  12.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  22.00  33.58  7.80  7.80  84.00  10.00  10.00  3.00  3.00  10.00  2.60  3.00  3.00  15.00  7.80  2.60  Lot 24, Iteg.  Lot 25, iteg.  Lot 26, lieg.  Lot 27, Keg.  Lot 28, Beg.  Lot 29, lieg.  Lot 30, Beg.  Lot 31, Reg.  Lot 32, Iteg. Plan 1036  Lot 33, Beg. Plan 1036 .  Lot 34, Beg. Plan 1036 .  Lot 35, Beg. PUn 1036  Lot 36, Beg. Plan 1036 .  Lot 37, lieg. Plan 1036  Lot 38, Beg. Plan 1036 .  Lot 9, iteg. Plan 1303 ...  Lot 10, lieg. Plan 1303 .  Lot 11, Beg. PUn 1303 .  Lot 12, Reg. Plan 1303  Lot' 28, Beg. Plan 1039 .  Lot 31, Reg. Plan 1277    Lot 3, Reg. Plan 363   Lot 6, Beg. Plan 363      Lot 17, Blook 13, Beg. Han 462  Lot 13, Blook 6, Beg. Flan 1306  Lot 14, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1306  Lot 10, Blook 1, Beg. PUn 1291  Lot 3, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 4, Blook 7, Reg. PUn 1306 ..  Lot 5, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306 ..  Lot 6, Blook 7, Beg. Plan 1806 ..  Lot 5, Block 8, Beg. Plun 348    Lot 3, Reg. Plan 1063    Lot 14, Blook 5, Beg. Plan 1306  Lot 14, Beg. Plan 549    Lot 8, Beg. Plan 1277    Lot 9, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 10, Blook 6, Beg. Plan JH06  Lot 15, Blook 5, Beg. Plan 462 .  Lot 21, Beg. Plan 694    Lot 22, Beg. Plan 694          Lot 3, Beg. PUn 1304    Lot 6, Beg. Plan 1304    Lot 8, Beg. (Plan 1304    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1804    Lot 10, Beg. PUn 1314    CD  21.01  21.61  21.61  21.61  60.31  38.20  38.20  50.31  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  46.12  6.80  88.01  88.01  2.92  2.92  2.92  2.92  2.92  16.01  2.92  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  18.71  16.61  16.61  16.61  2.02  2.02  2.02  16.61  10.81  5.80  2.02  2.92  16.61  16.61  16.61  2.02  2.02  16.61  16.61  16.61  24.51  21.51  2.92  2.92  8.72  2.92  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  46.12  24.61  5.80  2.92  2.92  2.92  46.12  27.40  5.49  5.49  63.20  21.61  21.61  5.49  6.49  7.91  5.49  5.49  6.49  33.21  5.49  6.19  3.90  9.90  3.20  3.20  '   4.92  3.67  3.67  4.92  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  4.48  .58  8.94  8.94  .22  .22  .22  .22  .22  1.60  .22  1.00  1.60  1.60  1.60  1.84  1.60  1.60  1.60  .22  .22  .22  1.60  1.17  .44  .22  .22  1.60  1.60  1.60  .22  .22  1.60  1.60  1.60  2.42  2.42  .22  .22  .80  -   .22  1.60  1.60  1.60  1.60  4.48  2.42  .58  .22  .22  .22  4.48  7.18  1.64  1.64  17.67  2.06  2.06  .58  .58  2.13  .52  .58  .58  3.08  1.64  .52  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  5.96  4.99  4.99  5.96  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  3.74  5.63  2.46  9.09  9.09  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  3.31  2.20  3.31  3.31  3.31  3.31  3.47  3.31  3.31  3.31  2.20  2.20  2.20  3.31  2.89  2.41  2.20  2.20  3.31  3.31  3.31  2.20  2.20  3 31  3.31  ���1.31  3.04  3.94  2.20  2.20  2.67  2.20  3.3i  3.31  3.31  3.31  5.63  3.94  2.46  2.20  2.20  2 20  5.63  5.40  2.74  2.74  10.24  3.68  3.68  2.45  2.45  3.00  2.30  2.45  2.45  5.06  3.74  2.30  38.56  38.56  38.56  38.56  86.19  6-1.86  64.86  85.19  88.58  38.55  3->...  38.55  3S.56  38.56  38.155  3s.56  38.55  3��.o5  78.23  11.84  151.04  151.04  0.34  0.34  0.34  0.34  0.34  20.52  0.34  29.52  20.52  20.62  20.52  33.02  ,9:62  29.53  20.52  6.31  0.34  6.34  20.52  20.87  10.15  6.34  6.34  20.62  20.52  20.52  0.34  0.34  20.52  29,53  20.52  ���12.8 r  43.8,  0.34  0.34  16.19  0.34  2.1.52  29JJ2  20.52  78.23  42.87  11.84  6.34  6.34  -0.34  78.23  73.56  17.67  17.67  176.11  87.86  37.36  11.52  11.62  23.04  10.91  11.52  11.52  56.35  17.67  10.91  88.00  76.41  ��� 18.57  11.14  194.12  6.60  6.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  6.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  6.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  6.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.13  6.60  5.49  l.ig  2.67  16.13  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.13  6.60  6.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.13  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.13  6.60  5.49  1.36  2.67  16.12  6.60  6.49  1.36  3.67  16.12  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  6.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  6.49  %  2.64  13.40  4.40  6.49  2.51  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  6.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  2.54  13.10  16.00  33.21  3.22  4.62  57.06  16.00  33.21  3.22  4.62  57.05  16.00  33.21  3.22  4.62  57.05  20.00  43.20  4.11  5.36  72.67  4.60  7.91  .87  2.66  15.94  4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  21.00  18.71  4.38  6.16  50.24  9.00  18.71  1.84  3.47  33.02  254.31  479.73  60.24  41.21  826.54  7.80  5.49  1.64  3.74  17.67  7.80  5.49  1.64  2.74  17.67  2.60  5.49  .52  2.30  10.91  10.00  7.91  9.18  3.00  23.0  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  8.00  23.04  65.92  54.88  15.27  8.80  144.87  49.38  40.30  10.51  7.00  107.19  7.80  6.49  1.64  2.74  17.67  30.00  66.40  6.19  7.12  109.71  6.50  13.71  1.26  3.07  24.53  9.50  18.71  1.90  3.60  33.61  5.00  10.81  1.02  2.84  19.67  17.63  39.08  3.52  5.00  65.18  3.00  8.93  .69  3.63  15.98  3.00  8.93  .69  2.63  15.25  8.30  6.46  1.75  2.82  19.39  8.30  6.46  1.75  2.82  19.39  10.50  7.91  9.20  3.03  33.64  6.30  5.49  1.81  2.65  15.65  6.90  5.40  1.S1  3.65  16.65  ASSESSED OWNER  MulholUnd, A. R   Mulholland, A. R   MulholUnd, A. B   Mulholland, A.  B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B        Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A.  B   Mulholland, A. B  .  Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland. A. B   Mulholland, A. R   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A.  B   MulholUnd, A. B   Mulholland, A.  B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A.   B   Muller, H. G��� and Swift, Keuben  MundoU, F. N   McAuley, John    McGill, Harold ii   McGregor, D ., ���������  McLean, John   McLeod, Evander        ...  ���  McLeod. Evander ... .    ......        McLeod, Evander   McLeod, Evander    McLeod, Evander     McLeod, Evander    McLeod, Evander n   McLeod,  Evapder      McMnstor, Arohie    McMillan, Albert    McPherson, Allan    McPherson, Allan    McPherson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan   McPhorson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan   McPherson, Allan         McPherson, Allan   Newby, Harold C   Norton, 0, D   Ockendon   Chas. 0 .., .  Ockenden   Chas. 0   O'Connoll, Patriok         Olmsted,  Miss  Arlie    Olmsted, Mrs. M. J   Oxley,  K.  F   Oxley, K. F   Paisley, W. H   Partridge, Chas. G. ...  Partridge.  Chas. G.  ...  Paul, Kemblor, estate  Pondleton, Robert E. ,  Peterson,  John     Phillips. William J. ...  Pugh, Aaron    Reed, H. C   Reed, E. C   Hoed, R. C   Reichey, Ronald ....  ltenshaw, Mrs. C. ..  Benahaw, Mrs. C. .  ltenshaw, Mrs. C. ..  Riley, Edward   Rixon, E. R .'  Rogers, Arthur   Rosen, C. J   Boss, Henry T   RuCavinn, Peter ....  Schmidt, Kalmann    Soott, P. A   Soott, P. A   Scott, W. A         Sharpe, Thos   Southee, Mrs. Rose    Sparks, F. Ashley    Spudding, MrB. M. A   .Sterling   Seourity   Company,  Ltd.  Stonelako   Leslie A   Stout, Martin G   Stout, Martin G   Swanson Gunner   Swanson Gunner    Tavlor, F.   K.   Taylor, Geo. B   Terry, Miss Gertrude  Torry, Miss Gertrude  Thayer, Mrs. C. E. ..,  Thaver, Mrs. 0. E. ...  Thayer, Mrs. C. E. ...  Thayer, Mrs. C. E   Thayor, Mrs. C. E   Trafford, Chas. H   Trafford, Chas. H.      Tramst, Antoni    Turner, Miss Jessie M   Vaohon, Edgar    Vaohon, Edgar      .....  Vachon, Edgar    Vaohon, Mrs.  Edgar    Vaohon, Mrs.  Edgar  Vachon, Mrs.  Edgar    Vokes, C s    Vokes, C   Wardlaw, Thos., estate    Wardlaw, Thos., estate    Watson, Wellington    Watson, Wellington    Watson, Wellington    Weatherell, H. 0   Weatherby, C. C   Weatherby, C. C   Webb, Alfred %   Weinhardt, Aldof    Weinhardt, Aldof    Willis, H. A   Wilson, Allan   WilBon, Allan   Wilson, Allan   Wilson, Allan   Wilson, Allan   Wilson,  Allan   Wilson, Allan, and Josselyn  Wilson, Allan, and Josselyn  Wing, Mrs. Everilda K  Wood, Howard    C. 0.  C. C.  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Lot 11, Beg. Plan 1101    Lot 12, Beg. i'lan 1304    Lol 13, Keg. Plan iJ0-l    Lot 14, Beg. Plan i.tui   Lol 16, Keg. Plan I till    Lot 16, Ken. Plan 1301  ���  Lot 17, Keg. Plan 1104    Lot 18, iteg. Plun 131H    Lot lu, Hug. Plan 1301   Lot 20, Beg. Plan 1304    Lot 21, Keg. Plan 13U1   .  Lol 22, lieg. Plan 1304    Lot 23, lieg. Plan 1304    Lot 24, Keg. 1'luu 1304  .'  Lot 25, lieg. i'lan 1301    Lol 26, Beg. Plan 1304    Lot 27, Keg. Plan 1304    Lot 28, Keg. Plan 1304    Lot 29, Keg. Plan 1304    Lot 30, Keg. Plan 130-1    Lot 31, Keg. Plan 1301    Lot 32, Keg. Plan 1304    Lot 16, Block 13, Beg. Plun 402 ..  Lot 11, Blook 5, Keg. PUn 1306 ..  Lot 4, Blook 16, Beg. Plan 1306 ..  Lot 10. Blook 7, Bog. Plan 1306 ..  Lot 6k Blook 1, Bog. Plan 1291    Lot 3, Blook 18, lieg. i'lan 1306 ...  Lot 13, Blook 1, Keg. Han 1201 ..  Lot 14, Blook 1, Hue. Plun 1291 ..  Lot 15, Block 1, lieg. Plan 1201 ..  Lot 26, Blook 1, Hog. Plun 1201 ..  Lot 27, Blook 1, Beg. Plun 1291 ...  Lot 33, Blook 1, lieg. i'lan 1291 ...  Lot 84, Blook 1, Keg. Plnn 1201 ...  Lot 35, Blook 1, lieg. i'lan 1291 ...  Lot 10, lieg. Plan 1014    Lot 23, Keg. Plan 1014    Lot 4, Blook 6, Iteg. i'lan 1306    Lot 6, Blook 6, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot 6, Blook 5, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot 7, Block 5, lieg. Plan 1306    Lot 8, Block 5, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot 20, Blook 15, Hog. i'lan 1306  Lot 21, Blook 15, lieg. Plan l3f>0  Lot 22, Blook 15, Iteg. Plan WOO  Lot 13, Block 50, lieg. Plan 202  Lot 12, Block 1, iteg. Plan 1291  Lot 2, Block 3, Keg. Plan 13116    Lot 3, Block 3, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot 5, Kog. Plan 1232    Lot 17, Block 11, iteg. 1'luu 13U6    Lot 18, Block 11, Hog. Plan 1306 .,  Host 60 It. oi Lot 5, Keg. i'lun 578.,  Lot 4, Keg. Plan 500    Lot   10, lieg. Plan 1039    Lot 13, Block 4, Hog. Plun 1306  Lot 14, Block 4, Hog. Plan i306  Lot 3, Blook 16, iteg. Plan ^02 ....  Lot -1, Block 1, Hog. i'lan 1201 ..  Lot 8, Block 20, Keg. Plan 830 ...  Lot 11, Blook 1, Kog. i'lun 1300  Lot 23, iteg. Plun 885    lieg. Plun 363    lieg. Plan 363    Iteg. Plan HOC    iteg. Plan 12i7     Keg. Plan 432    iteg. Plan 1303    ,  iteg.  Plan  1303     Blook i. Hog. Plan 1291    Blook 1, Keg. i'lan 1201    Beg. Plan 1039 :  '.,  , Blook 1, Hog.  Plan 1391..  Block 1, iteg. Plan 1306 ..  Beg. Plan 1277    Iteg. Plan 101-1    Blook 9, Keg. Plan 1306 .  Blook 0, Keg. Plan 1306 .  Blook 12, Keg. Plan 202  lieg. Plan 1102    , Blook 8, lieg. Plan 1306  Blook 15, Hog. Plan 1306 .  Blook 55, iteg. Plun 262...  Beg. Plan 1240   Blook 1, iteg. PUn 1306 ....  Blook 1. lieg. Plan 1306 ....  , Blook 1, lieg. Plun 1300  Blook 1, Keg. Plan 1291 ...  Blook 1, Hog. i'lan 1291 ..  e  8  J  o  fi  Lot 18,  Lot 19,  Lot 44,  Lot 59,  Lot 15,  Lot 17,  Lot 18,  Lot 7,  Lot 3,  Lot 99,  Lot 31,  Lot 13,  Lot 52,  Lot 12,  Lot 14,  Lot 15,  Lol 31,  Lot 34,  Lot 11,  Lot 14,  Lot 5,  Lot 47,  Lot 4,  Lot 9,  Lot 10,  Lot 1,  Lot 2,  Blook 20, Beg. Plau 186    Lot 17, Blook 2, lteg. Plan 1300    Lot 5, Blook 8, lieg. Plan l8uo      Lot 6, Blook 8, Keg.-Plan I3oo    Lot 40, Blook 15, iteg. Plan 262    Lot 4i, Blook 15, Keg. Plan 202    lie-subdivision Lot 17, Block 12, lieg.  Plan 462 (more particularly described as commencing at a point  26.5ft. North of the South West  corner of Blook 42, lieg. Plan 462,  thence ICait 148.5 ft., thence Noreh  60 ft. thence West 148.5 it., iheooe  South 50 ft. to point of commencement)    Lot 22, lteg. PUn 800    North half of Lot 23, lteg. Plan 800...  Lot 2, Blook 10, lteg. Plan 1306    Lot 3, Blook 10, lteg. Plan 1306    Lot 31. Blook 1, lteg. Plan 1291    Lot 8, Block 6, Hog. Plan 13U6    Lot 39. lteg. Plan 1039    Lot 16, Iteg. Plan 1346    Lot 17, Beg. Plan 1846    Lot 3, Bog. Plan 1240    Lot 4. Beg. Plan 1210    Lot 5, lteg. Plan 1240    Lot 14, Blook 2, Beg. Plan 1306   Lot 15, Blook 2, Keg. Plan 1306 ..  Lot 63, Be* Plan 483    Lot 54, Hog. Plan 483    Lot 49, Beg. Plan 1039    Lot 35, Reg. PUn 1277    Lot 36, lteg. Plan 1277    Lot 21, Beg. Plan 1039    Lot 21, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ..,  Lot 22, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ,.,  Lot 23, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 23, Blook 1, Reg. I'lan 1291 ...  Lot 24, Blook 1. Reg. Plan 1201   .,  Lot 24, Beg. Plan 535    Lot 46, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 1, Rog. Plan 1277    Lot 2, Beg. Plan 1277    Lot 9, Beg. Plan 197T    Lot 10, Beg. Plan 1277    Lot 50, Beg. Plan 1277    Lot 4, Beg. Plan 1332    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1332 ;  Lot 15, Block 15, Reg. Plan 1366  Lot 38, Beg. 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P. T. DUNN,  Collector for the Municipality of the Corporation of the City of Kelowna.  CASH OR CERTIFIED CHEQUES ONLY WILL BE ACCEPTED IN PAYMENT FOR  TAX SALE PURCHASES THURSDAY, OCT. 44, 1917  KBLOWNA   KSCOie  PAGE FIVE  New  Assortment of Silk  and Crepe de Chene  Waists  We have just received  from the manufacturers a  large new assortment of  Silk, Crepe de Chene, and  Georgette Waists. These  have heen delivered just  in time for the holiday,  and you will be delighted  to see these new models.  Prices range from $3.95 to $7.50  Sample Suits  $19.95  Just five Navy Serge and  Garbardine Suits on Sale  this week. The values are  extraordinary and could  not be made for this price  today.  Choose early, $19.95  Crepe de Chene  $1.25  Excellent value in Silk  Crepe de Chene, which  comes in colours of Rose,  Pale Blue, Cream, and  Black.  Note the Price, $1.25  per yard  THURSDAY CLOSING  Usually the store kept open on Thursday afternoon  when a holiday came in the same week. From now on  we shall close at 12 o'clock every Thursday afternoon  according to the new Act.  Kindly Note ��� We shall close at 12 o'clock noon  on Thursday, tha 11th init.  <?&*u-  Phone 361  \     ���  Kelowna  We have what you want in both Common and Finishad  LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS ,  - SHINGLES  Prices right.      Delivery Prompt.        Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES. M.n.ging.Director.  GREASE AND OILS  PREST-O-UTE Esch.ng.  ���CHAS. E. SMITH "rase  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  FREE AIR SERVICE ���ES' *c  Phones: Office 232j House 236  OK.LUMBER CO..Ltd.  Ara now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.'  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AUD FINISHINGLUMBER    Ijt " i        i  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line mi  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  TOWN AND COUNTRV NOTES  Mrs. G, F. James was a passenger to Montreal Monday.  Mr. John Butt, of Glenmore, has  announced an auction sale of his  effects, having decided to enlist.  Mrs. C, Martin and her son  Brewster are in town this week  visiting friends. They have been  spending the summer on the  prairie.  As a result of a successful jumble  sale held at Okanagan Mission  recently, the funds of the Mission  branch of the ' Red Cross benefit  to the extent of $105.  Capt. B. F. Boyee and Capt. G. E  Duncan, of Vernon, have been  appointed to the medical board  for the district in connection with  the National Service Act.  Frank Eneas, an Indian, was  fined $50 and costs last Saturday  morning for being drunk and disorderly on the reservation.  Miss Edith Smith, of Lucknow,  Ont., has been visiting for some  days past with Mrs. F. M. Buck  land. Miss Smith was formerly a  resident of Kelowna,  Friends in Kelowna have received word that E. V. Loney, former  ly on the staff of the Royal Bank  here, was killed in action on August 15th. Loney, who was a bright  young fellow and very popular in  town, left several months ago for  Edmonton where he joined a Highland regiment.  The enormous amount of pro-  produce which is being brought  into the city and shipped out to  all points of the compass, is surprising even those who keep closely in touch with these things. Last  week 98 straight cars of fruit were  shipped on the scow, not including  the "less than car lots" which  must have amounted in the aggregate to several more cars.  Next Sunday will be observed  as Harvest Thanksgiving in the  Baptist church which will be decorated in the customary manner.  In the morning the Rev. W.Arnold  Bennett will preach on "God's  Guardian Care," and in the evening his topic will' be " Reaping a  Kingdom in the Drama of Life."  The choir are rendering a programme of special music at the  evening service under Mr. W. B.  Pearson, and a cordial invitation  is extended to those who attend  no place of worship. The Lord's  Supper will be observed after both  A report which has for some  time past caused the parents and  friends of Pte. W.J. Fletcher much  uneasiness has now been officially  cancelled. Several months ago  Pte. Fletcher was posted as being  "missing," and notification was  sent by the authorities to his parents in Kelowna. The strange  part about it was that other Kelowna bovs mentioned in their letters  that they had seen him several  weeks after he had been so reported. No word came from young  Fletcher himself, however, and enquiries were made at Ottawa. It  now turns out that he is still with  his battalion "somewhere in  France."  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81 .Kelowna, B.C.  Wanted  APPLES  For  Evaporating  ��� All kinds of Culled Apples, Fallen, Bruised,  Scabby or otherwise. We  pay all freight charges  and return sacks or boxes.  Shipments received on or  after September 12.  For particulara write or phone  The Orchard City  Evaporating Co.  KELOWNA. B.C.  ^^*sS***SS**i*~<s****+*^V***  Mrs. R. H. Gibson left Tuesday  morning for Medicine Hat. ���  Nurse Porte with Nurse Millar  of the hospital, left Saturday for  California where they will spend  a few week's holiday.  The Kelowna Women's Institute  will meet on Saturday, October  I Ith, at 3 p.m. in Morrison's Hall.  A large, attendance is requested as  important business is to come up  for transaction.  ��� Mr. N. W. Rowell, lender of the  opposition in the Ontario legislature, has been visiting the valley  during the past few days, looking  after his large interests at Okanagan Centre. -  We are asked to state that prizewinners at the Fall Fair can receive  their prize monev by calling anv  afternoon at the secretary's office,  and that children who won prizes  in the Bankers, Competition can  get their prize n oney by calling at  the Royal Bank of Canada.  Messrs. W. G. Benson, L. E.  Taylor, J. W. Jones, M.P.P., and  Mnnager Thomas of the creamery  went up Saturday last to An  strong where they attended the  annual meeting of the Creamery  Association at that point.  Messrs. P. B. Willits and E. M.  Carruthers, who started out Tuesday on a tour of the benches to  interview ranchers regarding gifts  of fruit towards the carload which  it is hoped to raise for the boys at  the front, met with such success  that in a few hours over 400 boxes  were rromised, er more than half  the car,  % and Mrs. R. H. Wayne, of  Saskatchewan, have been visiting  for the past few days with Mr. E.  Newby. They are so well impressed with Kelowna that they have  decided to remain here through  the winter and possibly to locate  here permanently. They have  rented the Boyer house on Harvey  Avenue. Mr. Wayne is a cattle  rancher in a large way on the  prairie.  A special attraction is offered to  all music lovers in Kelowna to-night  when Mr. Laurence Blacknell has  kindly consented to give an organ  recital in the English church. A  new pipe organ has been installed  in the church and Mr. Drury Price  together with several other artistes  have kindly offered their services.  A delightful programme is assured  and the recital will begin at 6 p.m.  The public are cordially invited  to attend. A collection ��� will be  taken up in aid of parochial expenses.  \  Okanagan Ambulance League  The following articles have been  sent to headquarters during the  past month : 30 shirts, 24 ties, 36  "suits of vermin-proof underwear,  30 suits of pyjamas, 150 pairs of  socks, 2 scarves, 3 pillow slips and  4 water bottles.  The ladies wish  to  thank the  donors of the following:   2  pairs  socks,  Mrs.   Cameron,   one   pair  ach   Mesdames    Grote   Stirling  J. W. Jones, F. Hill,  L.  Scharf.G  Rowcliffe I day shirt  Jones I day shirt.   .  During thc  month  helpers have sent  in  and Mrs. J.  the Mission  19 suits of  suits of pyjamas, 6 day shirts, 9  pairs of sox, 4 hot water bottle  covers, and Benvoulin 16 pairs of  socks, 18 vermin proof suits and a  bundle of old linen. '  Regret is expressed that $8 was  sent in by Mrs. Soames last month  from sale of raspberries, and not  acknowledged.  Contributions for the month totalled $192.35, which together  with $75.54 from August made  $267.89; expenses were $116.10,  leaving $151.79 in hand.  Miss M. E. Dykes is resigning  from the position of secretary, and  the name of the new one will be  announced with next months report.  Ford Car  FOR SALE  In first-class   repair  and  condition  Apply  F, R. E. DeHART  "WYANDOTTE"  Sanitary Cleaner & Cleanser  Suitable for all Washing, Cleansing and Purifying  Purposes and  Specially/ Adapted for Dahy blensils.  Put up in Five Pound Sacks to sell at 50c  \ .  11 you are not satisfied that it is the best and most s.nit.ty cleaner you  hove ever used wc will give you your money back  W.R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Priori  150  MNKOF-MONTREAT,  KSTABUSHED WW YEABS (1817-18171  Capital Paid m?      .       $16,000>)00  Re��t      .... 16,000,000  Total Asset. (April 1917) 386,806,887  "Saving for Victory"  is facilitated by the  Bank of Montreal, which  will receive your deposits at  Interest and convert them,  as they accumulate, into  Dominion Government War  Savings Certificates.  D. R. CLARKE, P.   DuMoulin,    Msnaj.r,   Kelowna   Branch.  Supt.. British Columbia Branches. BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  VANCOUVER.  / m-lrnnc,  EnaVbr,  Pcsli:laa,      ���      Summerlafirl,  Prise-ton,      -       Vcraoa.  mm  We want you to  Clearly Understand  That apart altogether from your loyalty  to your town, and your support of local  firms, practically nothing can be gained  by sending your money away to mailorder houses.   Our prices on  Furniture, Carpets, Bedding,  Wallpaper, etc.  will compare favorably with any eastern  prices, and often, quality considered, we  can save you something.  1  Kelowna Furniture Company  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SCJFT COAL  Phone No. 66  Did You See   Elliott & Morrisons  Car of Wagons  They are here but they won't stop  long for they are selling at the right  price. Call quick and inspect for yourself near Kelowna Implement Co.  Or phone S. T. Elliott, 3108 PAGE SIX  KELGWHA   1ECOM)  THURSDAY, OCT. 4&, 1917  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to tlie new  Dominion Government  regulations all fanners  who sell butter either  to the stores or private,  ly, .re required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letter, the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The t.ct is slso emphasized that all butter  in such packagea must  be ofthe lull net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must he so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains it* label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  i00p^S&SSnNO$1.5Q  200  500  1000  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is lhe best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there is no guarantee.against further increases,  indeed, they are more than likely.  Kel  owna  Record  * When using \  1 .WILSONS  N  FLY PADS  READ   DIRECTIONS  ��v   CAREFULLY AND,  -.Vx^FOLLOW THEM /  MU$    EXACTLY/  Far more effective than Sticky Fly  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  DruutjisU and Grocers everywhere-  WATER NOTICE  Army Needed to Check  Veers' Lists  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Friday, Oct. 5 th, at 7.30 -"The Barrier." Price* 30c & 55c  (The Prices are Adults 53c and Children 30c which includes amusement lux)  Saturday (Oct. 8th)���Enid  Bennett in "Tlie Little Brother";  Tuner of Notes."  Tuesday���" The Hidden Scar," wilh   Elliel   Clayton and   Hoi.  brook Blum.  Thursday���" The Voice on the Wire" and oilier pictures.  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9.  Admission, 25c & 10c  tf%  w  A Pointer.  If you want to sell'something, it is easier to  have the buyers come to you. If you want to buy  something you save time and energy if the sellers  come to you. It. is quite possible to have your  head save your heels, to have others come to you  instead of you going after them.  An advertisement in the paper will accomplish  the result. Give adequate particulars of just what  your needs are, or what you have to offer and  some person who wants what you have, either  cash or goods, will look you up.  coravniQHTeo r  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  D0ORS WINDOWS SHINGLES  Prices right.        Delivery Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  O. LLOYD-JONES. Managing-Director.  Fifteen thousand enumerators  will have to be appointed before  the next general election in Canada, in every polling subdivision  thr >ughoi:! the country there will  be an enumerator to check up the  lists, to add the names of female  relatives nf soldiers entitled to the  franchise nndrr the War Times  Election! Act, and to strike off th��  r >ll the names of disfranchized  aliens.  Under the Military Voters' Ac.  aiHO.i a complete electorate machine will be created overseas for  taking the votes of all members of  the Canadian! expeditionary force,  both in Ftiir.ce and England. It in  n this respect that the Military Voters' Act, passed) lat*t session,1 dif*  ers from the previous legislation  giving votes to soldiers.  Under the original scheme, a  Idier voted, and the ballot pa-  peis were returned to Canada  to be counted, under the present act the votes case in Frar.c-  and Belgiui . will be counted at the  office of the Canadian commissioner in Paris. Those cast in England  11 be counted and sent Irom the  head commissioner in London.  Military votes in Canada and Bei-  iuiuIh will be counted under the  supervision of the general returning  officer in Ottawa.  An assistant clerk of the crown  in chancery will be appointed early  next week. He will proceed over  seas with instructions to divide the  camps in England and Scotland  into districts, A presiding officer  for each will be named. Six scru  tineers and forty special returning  officeas will also be appointed in  Canada and sent overseas.  (STORAGE)  TAKE NOTICE lhat Washington Brown  et al, whose addrett ii Westbank, B,.C,  will apply for a licence for the storage of  five hundred acre feet of water out of  Jack Creek Lake, also known as Fish  Lakes, which flows Northerly and drains  into Powers Creek, about at Gellatly, B.C.,  Lot 467, The storage dam will be located  at the outlet of the lakes. The capacity  of the reservoir to be created is about 500  acre feet, and it will flood about 50 acres  1 land. The water will Le diverted from  lie stream at a point about quarter-mile  N,W. of S.W. Cor. L. 3479. and will be  uB<_'d for Domestic and Irrigation purposes  upon the lands described as Lots 805, 606  1 486. lhe licence applied for is to  supplement a right to take and use water  aa per Water Records Nos. 749, 751 and  992. This notice was posted on the ground  on the 29th day of August, 1917. A copy  of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will  be Bled in the office of the Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspa  per. The date of the first publication ot  this notice is September 6th, 1917.  WASHINGTON BROWN ET AL,  Applicant.  42-6     WASHINGTON BROWN, Agent.  No Hoarding of Potatoes  Hon. W. J. Hanna, Canadian  food controller, lias received a report from the chairman ot the fruit  commiltee recommending that potatoes in Octario and Quebec for  the production of these two provinces be sold at no higher than  $1.25 a bag after October 1st.  "There must be no hoarding of  potatoes this year," declared Mr  Hanna. "We must hear no more  of spccnl rtors hoarding carloads of  potatoes on railway hidings to  freeze so as to reduce tlie supply  of food in the country nnd enhance  the market value of the remaining  supply. Such an act should be  made a ciiminal offence."  Mr. Hanna went on to say that  the Canadian potato crop probably  would be twenty million bushels  greater than last year, and that  there probably will be a surplus of  about ten million bushels. The  problem, lie says, is not how to  economize the supply of potatoes  but how to increase the consumption so that none will be wasted  Further retirement of the German forces holding out against  the British in German East Africa  is reported in an official statement  A bill is being prepared in Berlin  authorizing the German Government, in view of the scarcity of  foodstuffs, to remove from th  country al) foreigners not employed  in war industries. The bill prob-  will be enforced within a month.  Penalties additional to those  imposed in the Criminal Code are  lo be provided to punish anyone  found guilty of attempting improp  erly to influence any medical board  or examination tridunal appointed  under the Military Service Act. An  order-in council to this effect shortly will be published.  The following speech was made  bv an Irish barrister in defence of  his client, whose cow had been  killed by a train : i^  " If the train had been run as it  should have been rah, or if the bell  had been rung as it should have  been rang, or if the whistle had  been blown as it should have been  blew, both of which they did neither, the cow would not hrve been  injured when ihe wm killed."  SCHOOL TEXT  BOOKS  We have decided to handle  Text Books and will have a  representative line for School  opening. You will also find the  usual complete selection of  School Supplies  in all prices and qualities. Inspect our display before purchasing.  P.B.WillitsSCo.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  WANTED!)  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin car, thoroughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.   Apply Jones' Boathouse.  2ltf  CALF FOR SALE. Seven-montns-old  Heifer calf. Apply E. Newby, Glenn  Avenue. 46tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Any person, male or  female, wishing for work, should apply  at the office of the B.C. Evaporators,  Ltd., Cawston Avenue. 34tf  WANTED, immediately, eight strong boys  for operating peeling machines; twenty  girls or women for trimming apples.  Apply at once Apple Evaporator.   45?  WANTED, Housekeeper for farm 3J miles  from town. Apply stating wages, fitc,  to A. W. Cooke, Box 663, Kelowna.  46.7  WATER  NOTICE  (STORAGE)  TAKE NOTICE that Washington Brown  et al, whose address is Westbank, B.C.,  will apply for a licence for the storage of 250 acre feet of water out of  Horseshoe Lake, (until recently unnam-  d, which flows into Powers Creek and  drains into Okanagan Lake, about at  Gellatly, B.C., on Lot 487. The storage  dam will be located at the natural outlet  of lake. The capacity of the reservoir to  be created is about 250 acre feet, and it  will flood about 30 acres of land. The  water will be diverted from the steam at  a point about quarter-mile N.W. of S,W.  Cor. L. 3479, and will be used for irrigation and domestic purpose., upon the lands  described as Lots 805, 806 and 486. The  licence applied for is to supplement a right  to take and use water as per Water re  cords Nos. 749, 751 and 992. This notice  was posted on the ground on the sixth  day of August, 1917. A copy of this no-  tice and an application pursuant thereto  and to the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed  in the ollice of the Water Recorder at  Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of this notice is September 6th, 1917.  WASHINGTON BROWN ET AL,  Applicant.  42-6     WASHINGTON BROWN, Agent.  IN THE MATTER of the Estate of  WILLIAM SHAND, late of Okanagan  Mission, in the Province of British Columbia, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all  Creditors or other persons having any  claim or demand against the Estate of the  above deceased, who died on the Eleventh  day of June, 1916, and Letters of Administration to whose Estate was granted to  Mrs. jane Shand, of Okanagan Mission, in  the Province of British Columbia, on the  Uth day of April, 1917, are required to  send in their claims to Mrs. jane Shand,  of Okanagan Mission, B.C., on or before  the thirtieth day of November, after which  date the Estate will be dealt with having  regard only to the claims and demands  then received.  Dated this Twentieth day of September*  A.D. 1917.  BURNE & WEDDELL.  Solicitors for the Administratrix.  44-8  WATER NOTICE  (USE AND STORAGE)  TAKE NOTICE that W. T. Ashbridge,  whose address is 195, Silver Birch Ave,,  Toronto, Ont., will apply for a licence to  take and use Twenty inches and to store  1200 cubic feet ot water out of unnamed  springs on Lot 53, Map 425, which flows  North-West and drains into Mill Creek  about Cross' Farm. The storage-dam will  be located at Lot 53, Map 425. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is aboat  12,000 cubit feet, and it will flood about  4,000 square feet of land. The water will  be diverted from the stream at a point  about at the springs, and will be used for  irrigation purpose upon the land described  as Lots 53 and 54, Map 425. This notice  was posted on the ground on the 10th day  of September, 1917. A copy of this notice  and an applicated pursuant thereto and to  the " Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon,  B.C. Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder or  with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within  thirty days after the first appearance of  this notice in a local newspaper. The date  of the first publication of this notice is  September 13th, 1917.  W. T. ASHBRIDGE. Applicant.  By GEORGE HARDIE, Agent.  HOLSTEIN   BULL  ^^ (2*379)"        ^^  Sire���Colony Canary Rag  Apple 2nd (16955)  Dam ��� Jacobs Rooker  of  Sunnycroft (22386)  This  registered    Holstein    Bull  from  the celebrated prize winning  herd belonging  to Mr. Gardom, of  Dewdney, B.C., stands  for  service  at F. E. R. Wollaston's ranch, Vernon road.   For terms  apply  to J.  Spall, R.R. No 1.  Auction  Having    received     instructions  from JOHN BATT, I will sell,  without reserve,   at   his   ranch  at Glenmore, 4J miles from Kelowna, on main road, on THURSDAY,   October   11th,  the   foi  lowing���  Extra  team  Geldings, weight 3000 lbs., 7  and 8 years old, extra good workers; large  black Horse, 1600 lbs,, good worker; good  Saddle Horse; pure   bred Aireshire Cow,  7 years old;   extra 8 months old Bull;  ex.  tra  6 months  old   Heifer;    new   double  Weber Wagon; new set Springs, 9000 lbs.;  Fruit  Rack ; Wagon   Box ; Gravel  Box ;  Double   set   Harness ; Osborne extension  orchard Disc ; John Deere   Plow; Spring  Tooth Harrow; Spike tooth lever Harrow;  One-horse Cultivator and one Two.Horse  Cultivator; Scraper; Massey-Harris Cream  Separator; Butter churn; pair heavy Sleds,  new ; cross cut Saw ; ice tongs ;   Perfect  bicycle, new; 25 hens and chickens;    1000  feet I x8x 10 fir lumber;    1000 feet 2x8  x 10 fir; stack No. I Hay, 14 tons ;    stack  Alfalfa, 5 tons; shovels, chains, picks, &c.  Special attention is called to this sale as  everything is new and only a short time in  use.   NO RESERVE.   Sale .1 1.30 p.m.  G. H. KERR,  Auctioneer  MISCELLANEOUS  TO LET���House on Stockwell .venue, 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantiy.  Good shed and garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  HOUSE for rent.   Has  three   bedrooms.  Desirable  locality.   Good garden  plot.  Apply G. A. Fisher, Box 129, Kelowna.  45tf  LOST, between Kelowna and  Glenmore,  on Saturday night, 50 new sacks. Finder  please notify Box 655, or phone 6401.  46p  City Park Restaurant  WANTED TO BUY  Chickens        Ducks        Egg��  QUON   TAPE  P.O. Box 13 Phone 60  Corner Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  27tf  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Ladies Wishinc to Order  SPIRELLA CORSETS  oan meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  in  Room No. 1, Oak Hall Hlook between the hour* of 5.30 and 2.30 n.m.  n Saturday of eaeh weak, ot at anv  Other time by appointment.  WANTED  BY THE  Okanagan  Market  The best varieties of Fall and  Winter Apples, Flemish Beauty Pears, Ponds Seedling  Plums, Pumpkins, Squash,  Citrons, &c.  Our price, are the best. Phone  208 or call at our packing house on  the track near Ellis Street.  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box SI        [Kelowna, B.C. I  AUCTIONEER  1 have had over 2i years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle.  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should see or write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Retidence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie  Block,  ia  acting  as  agent  in   Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of sales  Phone 217  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING  HEGULATIONB  Coal BiaitsT rights at tha Dominion ta Uaa  itoba, flaakatnh��sran ausd Albert*, tks Yriko  Terrilon.  tks Mortem* laariaoctos. as*    a  onion ol vs. Pnrsias. ot Hulls. Columbia.  ia. tra Isassd tor a tsm ot twutv-oas vsara  l an annual natal ot II aa MBs. Hot  -' - --���-*-��� srii b, S��i ��, on.  m Bast a. aaais bv  " *5  noaa   ol  a .500  Anplketioa tar tke Itaaa  hs aoouoant la nacsot  '  lent ol tk. district ti  Hod lor an attaattd.  afcTLyittsftrt  Mtsuaa,    ana!   a*  aalsastsrl  I  raot .cpUmI lot akall bt stake  imlieaat Unsstf.  laach application ssust bs answsaaBl.it bv a  In ol M Sfktak will b. rililirl I H tks rr.hu  Dpbsd lor an not avallabU. bat aot othsr-  ia��. A rovaltr akall a. paid aa tks mar-  kaatabls outwit ol tks asias at Ms salt ol  vs o��nts mr tea.  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