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 Ketotmm  f/  VOL. VI.   NO. 7.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1914.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Local Lodges Install  Officers for 1914  ODDFELLOWS  The uontml installation of officers iu  connection with the local lodge of Odd-  felloWB took pluce, Tuesday evening,  the installing officer being D.I).CM.,  J. ll.UIuss of I'enticton. The following  aro the officers for the year:  i.P.0��� L. V. Rogers; N.li., A. E. Edwards; vV.G.j Harvey Brown; Koc.-Seo.,  Bon Smith; Fin.-Seo., W. Morgan, Troas  W. Harvey; W., M. Byrns; C.M., P. E.  1/"\RLY HALF MILLION DOLLARS  EXPENDED IN 1913 I  Tho council attendedin full at the'  regular meeting cm Friday morning.-     ;  Various matters or correspondence  weru read and dealt with.  Messrs. Thos. Lawson, Ltd., sont an  account for material supplied jfy'    tho1  11., W. Sturtridge; I.G., A. L. Patter  son; ().<!., 0. D. Cninpbell1; Chaplain,  J. Richards; Organist, \V.  M. Parker.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS'  .The Knights of PythiaB held their in  stailation ceremony last night     when  the following otlicors were installed by  d. E. Bawtinheiiner, the Deputy Grumi  Chancellor tor the Okanagun:-  C.C., F. lil. Small;  V.C..   Jas Doyle;  Piol., Win. Langley; Al. of W.,     H. F.  Hicks; K. of R. Hi S., M. A. Alsgard;  M. of 1''., J. F. Duwtinlicimer; It. of E���  H. G. Tutt; M. at A., G. Kaymor;   I.  G., V. Lee; O.G..W. Ludlow.  After tho installation the members all  partook of aud enjoyed a nicely   'pre-'  The K. of P. lodge here   is  k. ...Jily and enjoys the posi  tion of one of tho strongest fraternal  orders of tho oity.   f>,   STRONG   PF,TiT10N   FOR PROHIBITION IN CALIFORNIA  Corby1; R.S.N.G. H.Newby; L.S.N.G. R. u, p, Horse to replace that destroyed !  Ehret; R.S.V.G.,   A.  Dalgleish; L.S.V. during     the     Irrigation     efonvonlionI  last year.    This was roferred to     the[  Finance Committee.      , I  Several letters woro read rcspecling!  tho sale of the city debentures, includ  ing one Iroin Spitzor, Rorick &, Co.,  accepting 825,000 twenty-five year 5 j  por cent., school debentures in accordance with the terms of their option.  This sale was confirmed by the council.  Mr. J. Birch made application for  permission to clear Birch avenue. This  was granted on the condition that ho  confine his operations to the street  lines, and clean up all brush and burn  it, oil the work to be done under the  supervision of the Board of Works.  A loan from Mr. D. M. Fox, ot Lon-  , , ,,       ,  ,      ,, *'"', :don, England, of ?'25,0U0 was renewed  pored supper  followed by tho     usual ,    '.    *      , ' ...  for six months at the rote of ten per  cent., interest.  I Aid. Copeland reported that Mr. A. j  JR. Davy had expressed his willingness  to undertake duties of city pound-keeper, and a resolution was passed making tho appointment for tho year Of  1914.  Mr. J,. A. Bicker, building inspector  submitted his report for the year 1913  as follows:  Total number ol permits issued, 172.  Total cost of buildings, $375,203.  In 1912 the total number of permits  was 147, and the total cost of buildings $208,390.  These were classed as follows:  1913 1912  Residences $162,860     $107,090  Store and offioe  buildings 131,703 76,160  Miscellaneous 80,710 48,000  The estimated cost of the buildings  RESULTS OF INVESTIGATION  WILL  I       .    11E KNOWN SHORTLY  ��� With the filing recently of petitions  from ten counties aggregating 26,093  names, tho proposed provision for total prohibition in the state of California will go on the general election ballot in 1914. The total number of  names now represented on the petition  is 41,064.  The measure prohibits the sale of  intoxicating liquors in the state, except for medical and scientific purposes.  It is said to be one ot toe most drastic prohibition measures ever proposed  in the United States.  Rutland News  Miss Chalk, who was visiting her  sister, Mrs. W. Gav during the summer  is seriously. ill1 in Vancouver. Mr. Wm.  Gay left last Friday morning in response to an urgent mossage.  ,     WOMEN IN CABINET OF NEW YOHK   CITY'S   NEW   MAYOR  New York women interested in women's suffrage ure elated o��er the  probable appointment af Miss Kenthea,ine B. Davis, LI..I)., PH.D., us Commissioner of Corrections, Miss Davis, or Dr. Davis as she is better known  has lor seven years been superintendent of the Bedford Reformatory for  girls. She has long been associated with .1, I). Rockefeller Jr., and is an intimate friend of Mrs. .). Borden Harrimah.' Mrs. Harritnnn was very active  in Puroy Mitchcl's campaign for mayor of New York City.  Dr. Davis will bo the first woman over appointed a commissioner in New  York City. The managers of the Bedford Reformatory have grunted Miss  Davis a leave of absence for four years from her duties as superintendent of  tho institution, thus allowing her an-opportunity to accept and fill her new  position. /  Will Proceed Willi the      Government Oronf $1001)  Channel Tunnel Scheme  SUBMARINE RAILWAY WILL  FRANCE AND ENGLAND  For Mission Creek  JOIN RESIDENTS TO PIT UP LIKE SUM  '      TO (LEAR GRAVEL BED  The  efforts  of tho" conlrtvttlec'    who  Flie eons!ruction of a tunnel under  'the English Channel, connecting Eng-! waited upon the government iu Conner  in subdivisions adjoining the city were bind autl France, has been practically i l'on w'th tho condition ol Mission  1913, 446,000; 1912, $30,000. j decided on. "mole have borne fruit insofar that an  In commenting upon this report Mr. England will no longer be an island, immediate grant of SI,(lilt) has been  Bigger pointed out that not only did and the terrors of the channel passage, m"de '��1' cleaning out the gravel do-  the figures as given present a remark- which hns caused more discomfort to nos'' at ">�� mouth of tho stream. The  ably good showing for the oity, but passengers thnn any other body of i-'rnut, however, was made conditional  they ought really to be increased by'water in the world, will cense to exist, upon a like urn in work being raised  fully 20 per cent., as the cost of   the    The importance of this undertaking uv   those   interested;      Mr.  Hamilton  buildings given m the permits did not to thit- whole world and the  eompai'a-  Lang met the executive of tho Board  An exciting accident occurred on tho  lakes on New Year's morning several  young fellows were cleaning too ice greatly exceeded,  and to get it done quickly, Fred Plowman hitched his horse to a scraper.  The ice proved too thin and tho horse  went through. Poles, ladders and  ropes were brought up and although  the water was nearly ten feet deep,  they managed to keep the minimal  afloat, and by cutting the ice for a  distance of one hundred yards, they  got the horso safely to tho shore, and  it is now none the worse for the oold  bath.  represent    their actual values.     Some live ease with which it ran be carried clu'v this    week, and    it was decided  places he know    has cost over 60 per out, makes it the most peculiar ingin-.!" cull n    moating of those intereBtod  cent., more to build than was stated coring project ever dlscusaoJ.    'Hie dif-.'01' l'"s morning.    At this meeting   it  in the permit, and almost without ex- ficulties of constructing tho tunnel lie wni arranged that the work should be  ception the estimated cost had  , been far more in personal and national   peculiarities than    in   natural obstacles.  Alderman    Sutherland pointed     out In building the Panama canal, the on  that the actual increase in building dur gineers had on!v lo consider    expenses  ing the past year had been about   45 and natural obstacles,    whi'o in plnn-  per cent., over 1912, and this     while ning the- channel  tunnel  tha on Jneers  most other towns hod to report a do- can   regard   ox,-ionso   and natural ob  cided decrease. stucles lightly, but  it has been necos  Tho report    received many favorable sury to    overcome the entire,    insular  comments from the members, and  was'prejudices and sentiments oi the Brit  ordered filed. . isb nation  following accounte for uuyment. that an    undertaking so important tt  Mikado Cafe, prisoner's meals    ? 22.60 the world can be carried out with   si  Over thirty Rut landers visited the  roller rink in Kelowna on New Year's  night, enjoying both the skating and  sleigh ride immensely.  Dame rumor reports that something  had happened to a homesteader who  lives on the far-flung border of our  district. Numerous enquiries were made  by phone from town to tho head gates  and Belga oamp, but nothing definite  could be learned. However on Tuesday niorning "Billy" 'settled all anxiety by calmly driving to tho now school  with a load ol wood.  The now sohool is to be formally opened on Wednesday, Jan. 21st, by Hon  Price Ellison, further particulars is to  time, will be given next week.  The executive committee of the Rutland Growers' Union are calling o meet  ing In tho old hall on Monday evening  12th Inst., at 7.30 p.m., to iUsoubs  items of interest to all fruit growers.  Mrs. Jack Rood and her brother left  on Saturday for a visit to England.  The annual meeting of (ho Mount  View Ladies' Aid was held at the home  of Mrs. W. Fleming last Friday. The  officers were oleoted for the coming  year: President, Mrs. IU. A. Elder;  Secretary, Miss Craig; Trees. M'iss A  Gay. The nent meeting-, will ,oo ��rl  Mrs. Will Sdiell's  Harvey Brown, work at fire hall  Govt, Telegraph  service    C. P. R.,   freight    G. H. Dunn. Petty cash, Doc.  G, H. Dunn, salary    F. V. Hoyle, salary ...  150.00 cliffs    that   lino    the shores on   both for Tuesday, January 20th  90.00 sides.    Now this chalk continues under  W. H. Ronnie, salary     80.00 the sea all die way across the   ohnn-  P. T. Dunn, salary     100.00 nol. Eight thousand borings hnve boon ,,,.,.      , ,  Robt, Sutherland,    salary     125.00 .undo into the chalk, and it is- certain .T, "*. "V '" /. ��"' ��f '''Dg  The Finance Committee submitted the     Hi  rallied out at once, under tho super-  \ ision of Mr. Gon. afunford. The neoos-  sary work was guaranteed by tho  South Kelowna Lund Co.. tho British  " i,rid American Tobncco Co., Mc.-srs.  John CaRorflo. A. 0. Berard, and lir.  !'i'.. .'.'er, an I if is expected that tho  work will lie commenced during tho  next few days.  Though this will do'mueh In remove  the worst callRe of oveifiov, it is hoped  I It is authoritatively stated at Ottawa that, couirary to the general expectation, the people of western Canada aro not going to have to wait  months for a decision in the famous  freight rates ease. Every effort is being made by the ruilway commission  to have its decision ready before thu  opening oi parliament on January 15.  H not made public by that -time, it  "ill be within a day or two afterwards. This will constitute a record  in in cstigoting and arriving at a decision on a ease of suoh magnitude and  involving such un amount of labor  and research.  i, Tt is already known that the board  has {Tactically decided upon a radical  adjustment of rates in western Canada. The Central Prairie cities will  benofit most by this readjustment, although ill citi��s and classes will derive considerable benefit from iho  w'ork of the board. Commercial centres, such as Medicine Hot, Moose .law  Re���'ina and Saskatoon, will no longer  have to compote against discriminatory rates granted to the larger  points in the east. Winnipeg will secure benefits, and so will Calgary, but  nut in tho degree that the Control  prairie commercial centres will, Victoria and Vancouver will reap many  advantages under tho readjustment.  I Farmers and others on the ; pramos  have frequently complained against tho  high rules on certain bulky and heavy  . commodities necessary for the west.  such as: cool and lumber. Specifio re-  duet tons will be made on the rates on  eoa! and lumber.  Grain rates will also bo subjected  lo readjustment, and also it is believed to specific reductions. Ou this  commodity n comparison has been  made with the existing rates in the  Tinted States under similar conditions  It is almost ecrtain that the ^adjustment of the t'roight tariffs on this  principal export of the west will oarry  with it reductions in tfic rotes thot  v.ill mean considerable to the western  farmer.  I These reductions will be the main  feature of the revision of wostern  freight rates by the railway board, a  readjustment which will carry with it  .advantages to all the coinmprciah centres west of Lake Superior, but especially to the control prairie cities.  I There will be certain changes on othor  commodities, but not of the importance  [of those'mentioned.  SHORTAGE OF TEA  singular noridcuf of nature,"11"! an annual grant ran be obtained  from the government  to !too[  filer.  Ih? sreek  10.00" little difficulty.     Everybody who    has j   4,80 mndo the passage across the    English 1   '  18.96 channel  from  Dover to Calais     must!   The date of I he formal opening     of  21.65 hnvo   noticed the   high    white   chalk the now school building has hen lixed  A meeting of the poultry association  Albert Gibb, Balary  I. A. Biggo'r, salary    Powor House pay roll, Dec. ...  F. Swninson. street work    G. F. Teal, street work    P. Coffey, street work    F. Forssell, street work ./   W. Sabino, salary    A. R. Davy, salary    P. E. Corbv." Inspectors fees ...  D. McMillan, digging graves ...  ��r. H.L.A. Keller, rent    Messrs. Burne & Temple, sulary  Dr. B. F. Boyco, salary    Dr. W. H. GaddeB, interest on  Loan, to Dec.   31, 1913 ...  land room. A report of tllo recent  show was given. Although tlio association was compelled lo expend a  lorge sum of money on new coops on  account of Increase in number of birds  thoy    wore able to   pay all expenses.  position without :TI,0.n"vt "***���*' J*1* i* th" "nn">  lone to be hold early in Morch,    when  election of officers will Inke ploce.  Canadian   Wostinghouso   Co.,  supplies   417.05 Government stopped  C. C. Snowdon, supplies      50.10 j  <-,.  T. Lawson, Ltd. supplies      42.85  86.08 that it goes all tllo way across to   a  26.00 depth of several hundred feet.  627.06     It is  this  chalk  which  offers     such  108.00 excellent     material  for     boring      the  180.00 tunnel.     It    is easily pierced with     n  37.67 cutting tool, yet sufficiently hnrd and  2.00 oven lo   remain  100.73 support.   This   makes it muoh cheaper  106.60 and easier    to build a tunnel . under j  2.60 the  English  Channel that    a    -imilar  15.00 length of subway in New York. 'Dr. Joseph Stafford of McGill     bni-  27.50 The ease with which tho tunnel versity, in a s|>eoial report for the Con  60.00 can bo built has been fully proved, sorvation commission on the culture of  125.00 for a section 2IH10 vnrds in length has oysters, expresses the oonviction that  been oonstruclod both from the the Atlnntic oyster can bo brod in tho  793.40 French niiil 1'iHish ends This was .Pacific waters, beoauio he has riinov-  dbne veurs ago, and then the British ^red the larvae of transplanted l'tmce  he work. Edward Island oysters on the shores of  |Vnncouver Island. This discovery is of  importance to British Columbia, as tho  There has been a 35,000,000 pound  shortage in the China tea crop this  year. This only indirectly affects  England and Canada, as practically  nil tho teas used in' thoso countries  come from Ceylon and India, but as  it forces Russia to take larger quantities of Indian too this year the  shortage in China affects the prioe  of ull teas, and gives today the highest figure that tea Ivus reached for  25 yours. Evan with those increased  prices "the cup that cheers but not  inebriates" provides of course a cheap  beveroge by contrast with its cost until recent years.   o   Death removed on Monday afternoon  with startling suddenness, Harold Alfred, the eighieon-year-old son of Mr.  W. J. Marshall. Tho cause of doath  wus huemoragc on the brain. The de-  ceused young mnn had been suffering  from asthma, aud it is thought that  a fit of coughing ho ruptured a  blood vessel in his head. Though medical aid was summoned immediately,  tho unfortunate young fellow died with  in an hour. The funeral took place  Wislnosdoy. The greatest sympathy is  extended to the parents in their sad  beroavement.  i   James    Townslcy, hawker, was     at  It was am^ that ft public meet- ff.ghftW(    g^^.     ^ ^ 1^.  ing bc.hnld in tho opera houw on Sat- .       of       ��� (  to   .':     ... /  urday. January     10th j,t 8 p.m.,  dav*  wife with Kramaphono  l0<MHlt.Og  Ills I  ivmitls,    winch  native/.-yster is much smaller und   of  inferior flavor.  .   t       . ,   .       , . nur    mill    ^' n |" 'i u     it-- win:.,       it iiiv.m  discuss munic,pol_matters with theeleo h<) ^ &{ ^ ^ .^.^ ^^  tors.  The meeting then adjourned.  The Rev. I). J. Welsh is  I the coast this  visiting  from which sho lost n deal of blood.   o   The coniroet  for the building ol tho  new  armory and drill hall for Merritt  been placed and    work is to bo  has  Now boys if    you intend to set the 'coiinnonocd forthwith. The building is  at  world    on fire   don't  use up oil your to lw of brick and will be one of the  matches lighting cigarettes. most notable structures in Merritt.  Big Area of Land to Be  Thrown Open  From 200,000 to 300,000 acres along  the North Thompson river, along the  right of way of the Pacific Ureait  Eastern and the GiT.l',, railways and  on the islands off the Mainland coast,  north of Vancouver, will be thrown  open by the provincial government tor  sottloment, probably within the netit  twelve months.  Through the medium of the forest  branch-tho government is now engaged in the working out of a policy  which has for its end the classification  of the different lands of the province.  Reports will be presented by the parties now in the field and by other parlies to be sent out shortly, the basin  question to be answered being as to  whether the districts .cruised should bo  continued as timber limits or whether  they aro suitable to be thrown open  for farming purposes.  Tho following names of Canadians  appear among tho New  Year honors.  Knight Commanders of St. Michael  and St. fieorgo; His Honor Sir Francis Charles Stanislaus Langlior, Lieut.-  Governor of the province of Quebec;  Hib Honor Douglas Colin Cameron,  Lieut.-flovernor of the province of  Manitoba.  Commander of St. Michael and St.  George: Charles Jerome Jones, Esq., I  S. 0., Asst. Secretory to tho Governor  General of Canada; Aubrey White, Esq.  Deputy Minister of Lands -id Forests  of Ontario.  KniHits Bachelors: Hon. Horace Ar-  chombcnult, Chief Justice of the Court,  of King's Hen-li. '>nt.V.'. Hon-y Kelly  Egan, Esq., Ottawa,  NEW GOLD AND SILVER MARKING  ACT  The now gold and silver marking act  passed at the last session of parliament came into effect on January 1.  The new law permits gold and silvor  articles being imported or made without any marks, but if one is put on  it must bo, in all rospects, up to what  oprosetrted. The old law, undw which  hero were numerous prosecutions, has  been amended and made clearer, and  tho now act will be rigorously enforced  Telephone Difficulties At  MIHTHS  WARDEN. -On Wednesday, Deo, 31st,  lo the wife of If. C. Warden, of Rutland, a daughter.  G.HIAN.-On Wednesday Ueoemlrer 31st  to the wife of Hugh Gnhan, a son.  l.AKER.-On  S nhi'    January  3rd,  lo the wife of Philip f.nker. a son.  ROBERTS.-On Sunday, January 4ith,  to/   the    wife of    J. R. Roberts, a  daughter.  McDONAGH.-On    Tuesday,    January  nth, to the wife of D. A. McDonagh,  a daughter.  Telephone matters in Summerland  just now present some interesting features. The local company, which was  formed by Summerland resident! who  refused to fall in with the plans of  the Okanagan Telephone Co., is.  pushing construction on their new system which they hope to have in operation in the course of a few weeks. It  is evident, however, that the Okanagan  Telephone Co., which purchased the old  telephone company's charter In tho  some way as they did in Kelowna and  other places, does not intend to withdraw without an effort to maintain its  existence.  "For somo time" says the Summer-  land Review, "rumors have been eur-  rcnt to the effect that tho Okanagan  Tolephono Com"."- was to rebuttd" its  system, and would offer greatly, re-'  dueod rates in an effort to kil| the  local company. Little credence h����  been givon the re*>ort, tho general im*  pression being that the directqn of  that concern would not Dermis the  throwing away to save a lost invest- '  mont. However, material arrived at the  wharf some days ago, and early thw  week Manager Dobir and a crew of men  arrived from up the lake ....  "Just how far the Okanagan Company, in its dilemma, will go in quoting low prices is yet a matter lor speculation. Business 'phones at two dollars 'or less if necessary' isreported to  have been quoted by Mr. Dobir, and at .  least ono private 'phone has been offered, according to report, at fifty  cents. There aro those who believe that  before he will accept defeat, the Okanagan Telephone Company's manager  will be offering 'phones free and even  paying somo business houses lor the'  privilege ol Installing instruments. Of  a total of about one hundred and  eighty siihscrilmrs to tho local osohnng,*  early in the history of the company,  there aro now oply some thirty odd  'phones that' have not been ordered  out. Most ol these are on unexpired  contracts which will be terminated as  soon as their year is ��p."  41 OIlTL��� ���' MBtiffiii-sBsHI  iu*.... :,��:���. ���*-.:  -.-��� ���:--���"���--:  *^w*  _, ....  KELOWNA      ���  RECORD  *��*�����**��*������*������*�������*������  ee �����  *��    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  **       BUSINESS CARDS      **  BURBIE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANCrCRTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Exhibitioner Hoyal College   of   Music,  and lab  with Kendrick ryne.   Mm   Doc,, Organic of I  Cathedral, Martcheater, Eng.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al the Studio, Trench Block, Kclowns.  Music  of  every  description  supplied.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENCINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  1 ENTIST  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  gives letwoni in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise)  STUDIO-Morrison.Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Tov.-n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill University)  Residence :   GLENN AVENUE  Messages  may  be  left  at the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury flc Williami  E. G. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C,  Mr. W.H.PARKER, A. R.C.O.  (Ataociate Royal College of Organist*  London, England)  Organist of  St. Michael  Ac  AH Angels'  Church, receives Pupils for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at his own or pupils' residence.  Special attention to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chines. MasthanU and Employment Office  Contract, of e��ery kind undertaken  Satisfactory work suaraaierd  EU AVENUE _,   .       ...  Brweea Abbott * Water Streets       TS JPB" ill  Near Abbott Street Bridie P.O. Boa 263  Wood for sal<  Good Dry Fir and Pine, delivered in town  R.dePfyffer  Box 347, or 'phone 2305  J  \Cr-\ OWN)!  RECORD ��' b"1011 sowers, and ereotion rf th��  'disposal plant.  Branch sewers constructed under local improved by-laws coat $15,000.00.  Disposal plant Imhoft system cost |ty7,-  141.126.  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,!  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  $1.60   Mr year:   75c. six   month.     Uni  State. SO cants additional.  All subscriptions pavable In advanro.  Subscribers at the regular rat. can have  extra paper, mailed to Iriends at a distun*.  nt IjAI.F BATE. I.e.. 75 cents par v��nr.  Tins special nrivileire Is granted lor the  purposs of advertising the cltv and district.  Mayor's Report and  Financial Statement  for the Year  To the Ratepayers.  1 beg to submit the following report  on Municipal utTivivs (or 1.113. As the  Chairmen of the different Committees  will report at length on the work of  tlveir departments I will only touch  on matters not included in their reports.  AUDIT  The city's books havi- been regularly  audited by Messrs. (Yehan Mount A  Co., chartered accountants of Vancouver* and their report i�� herewith submitted.  STAFF  Early in the year your council deemed it wisu to make tho position of  assessor a permanent one under- the-  super vision of the City Clerk, and P.  T. Dunn was appointed to thin position.  ASSESSMENT  The total assessed  value of the city  is now $-��,55(>,380.0n, an  increase     of  $731,755.00 for 11)12 assessment.  TAX RATE  The rate for this year is 18.4 mills.  The rate for 1912 was 20 mills.  This rate is levied only on the laud  valuation. The land valuation ij S3,  738,500.00.  SEWERAGE  The main trunk sewer having; been  practically' completed at the ond ol  i!H2, the principal work in this im  portant department was the extension  BUILDING PERMITS  Total number of building permits issued in the oity for 1913 was 173.  Total number of buildings for 1912  was 147.  Value of buildings erected in city  for 1913, -$375,263.00,  Value of buildings . erected in oity  for 1912, *258,390.0O.  Value of buildings erected in subufr  ban subdivisions for 1913, g45.O00.Jj,  Value of buildings erected in suburban subdivisions for 19*2, $30,000,00.  Totals for the year 1913, 8420.263.IW  as against $288,390.00 for 1912.  From the report of our building inspector we aro given to understand  that the value of Buildings oreoted ia  fully 20 per cent below their actual  cost, ho that the buildings erected during 1913 have practically cost half a  million.  CENTRAL SCHOOL BUILDING  The city is to be congratulated on  being able to open the handsome new  school building (10 rooms) at the beginning of 1911. This important undertaking commenced in the spring and  costing approximately 885,000.00 has  boon successfully financed during a por-  iod of unusual stringency. The bonded  indebtedness of the city when tht* present debentures are sold will amount  to $3115,500.00. This may be classified  as follows:  Light and water     $127,500.00  Sewerage       100,000.00  Schools       61,500.00  Local Improvement*         15,000.00  Parks       37,000.00  Streets,  sidewalks, etc.        20,000.00  Fire protection          1,500.00  FIRE BRIGADE  During the year our volunteer fire  brigade have again rendered Bplendid  service. Our immunity from heavy  losses have been due to their efforts.  Twelve calls wore given during the  year. No damage occurred at five of  these calls. Total losses for the year  amounted to $8,175.00.  The city staff and employees have  rendered splendid services during the  year, gnd f take this opportunity on  behalf of the council io thanking them  for their loyal co-operation.  J. W. JONES, Mayor.  Condensed Financial Statement for Year  RECEIPTS  f 5,077.21  11)13 taxes    (less robates anil    unpaid  taxes ol 102,712.04    33,7811.20  15,106.64  GOVERNMENT (.RANTS.  Teachers' xnlarios   ..      r>,.r>46.70  ..     11,150.0(1  48.10  50,044.80  Less not received     1,47.135  48,671.45  ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM.  21,250.32  ELECTRIC I'OWER SYSTEM.  1,743.14  WATER SYSTEM.  0,046.M  Debentures hoIcI (with accrued ink-rest.)   0,720.00  4,000.00  HANK OP MONTREAL.  40,000.00  Loans pending sale ol debentures      .   134,697.00  ;  171,607.00  1324,908.10  EXPENDITURES  Paid on 11112 liabilities (loans.    Bank  ol Montreal)   FINANCE COMMITTEE.  ,   Current expenditure     4)311,788.78  Capital expenditure     $13,091,48  PUBLIC WORKS COMKITTIOIC-  Curront expenditure   Capital expenditure    HEALTH AND SEWERAGE COMMITTEE.  Current expenditure*    Capital expenditure    ELECTRIC LIGHT AND WATER COMMITTEE.  Current expenditure   Capital e\|w-miitun-   PARKS COMMITTEE.  '   Current expenditure    BUILDING AND FIRE PROTECTION.  Current expenditure    Cnpitnl expenditure    Sohool Board disbursements    Balance in hand and in bank    10,453.01  5,505.61  2,610.73  35,096.14  14,893.75  17,585.96  924.21  534.55  *99,000.(KI  I  52,880.26  15,958.62  37,706.87  32,179.71  2,237.42  1,458.76  71,841.54  11,434.92  ��324,9��R.10  ASSETS  AND   LIABILITIES  The statement ol assets and liabilities shows groBS assets ot $716,960.71  with liabilities of 1572,169.30, thus leaving surplus ol 1144,791.41.  LIGHT AND WATER DEPARTMENT  In tho statement ol tho light and water department     tho gross earnings  lor the yew wen as follows:   .  Light   *19,855.rVI  .    Power     1,813.93  Water  9,388.84  The total expenditure For the year atnountod  profit ot $2,196.77 on the year's -working:.  $30,998.31  to $28,801.54, leaving    a  Firewood  $2.25 c. o. d.  Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  !thursda.y. January a, mm  isaaaaaaaaaaaaslMi ;   '   " ' ''    "'n  Dressmaking  Mrs. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOtfM.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendoii Street,   ���   Kelowna  Gaddes-McTavish  Houses To  Rent  'Phone 217     -     Leckie Block  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  Successor to H. Horrocloj  Water Street, near Opera Route  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES. BEDS, TABLES.  etc.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The moslj modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okan-  manding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the beat  the market affords  agan  lake.  A Musical Evening it Entertained Every Saturday  For i  eekly rates apply to  H. VINCE  Rough  Kelowna  Manager  and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Saw-Mitt Company, Limited  Phone 257  J. A.  [S  S accessor, to the Morrison.Thomp.on Co,]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office  J) and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  For  P.O. Box 191  MORRISON & CO.  Bachelors  We not only  Wash but  4  Darn the Socks  Iihi  sanitary work and cleanly methods  ione 159 and have our driver call  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Singer Sewing  >inger  iachines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Easy Terms, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount for Cash.  Parts for all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  SPECIAL;  I Incubator.    I   White Sewing  Machine, as good as new.  I 30 US. Rifle. 2 Stock Saddles.  2 Kitchen Cabinets.  I Solid Oak, Hand Carved Hall  Stand.     Carpenter's Tools.  REOPENING OF  ale Restaurant  North of Bank of Montreal  Under Entirely New Management  The Beat of White Cocking CkialineM a Feature  We invi e guest, to visit our kitchen, in which everything  is spotlessly clean and will be kept so  Single Mei  i  Hours 7.30 a.m., to 7.30 p.m.  Is, 35 cents Afternoon Teat, 15 cent*  Meal Tickets, $7.00 for 21 meals  A SOCIAL CLUB  is to be atartid ia connection with the Restaurant, to be known as  the Kelowna Social Club, where young, people can enjoy a pleasant  evening. It la pr=ap*ed to have Dances, Whist Drives, Musical  Evenings, an I everything for the young people to have an en|oyeble  time. The Oub will be open from 7.30 to 11 every evening. The  membership charge will be $3 par quarter.  Special turns will be arranged for refreshments.  Any young people wishing to join will pjesse send their names  to the Secret iry (pre, ten.), Kelowna Social Club, care of Kelowna  Courier, witHn seven days, so that a Committee may be formed for  the ordering of the Club.  '     / ^^mmiqmijmmmmmm  THURSDAY JANUARY 8, MM  KELOWNA  RECORD  '.  SOME GOOD lEWS FOR YOU  m  WE HAVE SET THE TOWN A-TALKING AGAIN, fpr our Annual Stocktaking Sale commences on Monday, January 12th, and Bargain News is good news and travels fast. Every  indication points to a decided success. Scores of people have been inquiring since Christmas when  we were to have our next Sale, so that they could prepare and take advantage of it. They know that we  have the goods and that Our Prices are not only honestly reduced, but are cut so deep, that all other  competitive attempts pale into insignificance when compared with the tornado of Money-Saving Items  found here.  And not a single line of merchandise in our large stock has been spared from the price cutter's axe.  Nor is this a sale of odds and ends and last season's left-overs, but a Genuine Bona-Fide Inventory Sale,  during which the price on every item in our stock has been cut to the quick with the sole object in view to  make it move out of the store at almost any price rather than carry it over until next season.  The result has been astonishing and a marvel in real value giving. Therefore, why should you pay  more? Why should you give away money when you can save it by buying your requirements in such  lines as we carry at  RICHMOND'S the store that sells for Less  Read  Over Carefully  these Inventory Sale Prices, then  Come In and Examine the Goods  Dress Goods Remnants at Money-Saving Prices  Don't Overlook this���  The beat selling goods become remnants. The goods must have merit  else the bolt would not be cut into. They must be attractive and priced fairly.  Now as soon as the bolt is all sold, except a short end, we take the remnant,  measure it, and mark it at a reduced price. If there is enough in that piece, it  is just aa good and worth aa much to a customer as though it had been cut from  the full bolt.   But we sell it at a much lower price than regular.  It is a Bargain.  We have hundreds of these short ends all the way from a half yard to six yards,  all plainly marked���under price.  Come early and get beat choice.  Women's Stylish Man-TailoredSuits  it Half Price and Less  A ran ohanoe (or the careful shopper, a chance to get  quality and style, oombined with distinction, and valus, at a  .living ol more than half. There is only one reason strong  enough to force such outs in the prices; we must reduce the  stook.  $32.50   )   Ladies' Suits $16,50  $30.00   ) ^  )   Ladies 'Suit. $13.50  $26.00  ) "*"'  Ladies' Dresses at Proportionate Reductions  Silks & Satins at Prices that Talk  and will Cause a Rustle  Here are some ol the Irresistible offerings In handsome,  shimmering silts. In these items the purchasing power ol your  money is greatly magnified. You are fortunate indeed if you  can use them to advantage.  26c. Japanese Silks, per yard     18c.  80o.  Japanese Silks, per7 yard    Wo.  66o. Silks and Satins, per yard    48o.  76e. Silks and Satins, par yard    fMo.  86c. and $1.00 Silks and Satins, per yard    69c.  $1.26 Silks and Satins, per yard ..,   80c.  $1.60 Silks and Satins, per yard    98c.  ���1.76 Silks and Satins    per yard   $1.19  $2.00 Silks and Satins, per yard   $1.80  Similar Price Reductions on all Silk 4 Satin Ribbons  Boots & Shoes for Men, Women and Children  At Inventory Sale Prices  If you are willing to save a third or more on your Shoe needs in tho near future  come to ua. We have marked every pair of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes  in our stock at fractional prices of what.they ordinarily bring in order that we may  clean out quickly our present stock and have room for the spring goods already on  the way.    Just consider these offerings��� ���  Ladies' Boots & Shoes  $6.60 and $6.00 Values  $4.25  $6.50 and $5.00 values   3.95  $4.50 and $4.00 values   2.95  $3.75 and $3.50 values   2.60  $3.25 and $3.00 values   1.96  $2.75*and $2.50 values   1.79  $2.25 und $2.00 values   1.48  $1.75 and $1.50 values  1.19  Laces and  Embroideries  All Overs, Flouncings,  Nets. etc. etc.  At Substantial Price Reductions  3o. per yard for   2c.  So. per yard for  3o.  7c. per yard for   5c.  lOo. per yard for   7c.  124c per yard for  9o.  15c. per yard for  10o.  20c. per yard for   ltc.  28c. per yard for   18a.  30c. per yard for   22c.  36c. per yard for   25c.  lOo. per yard for   29c.  50o. per yard for   38c.  66c. per yard for   48c.  76o. per yard for  ; 64c.  $1.00 per yard for   69a.  $1.25 per yard for   89c.  $1.50 per yard for   08c.  $2.00 per yard for     $1.39  Men's Boots & Shoes  $6.60 and $6.00 values .  $5.60 and $5.00 values .  $4.50 and $4.00 values .  $3.75 and $3.50 values .  $4/25  8.95  3.95  2.00  Men's High Cut Boob  $5.00 Men's High Cut Boots $8.96  $6.00 Hen's High Cut Boots 4.25  $6.50 * $7.00 High Cut Boots 4.85  $7.50 & 38.00 High Cut Boots 5.96  $8.60 & $9.00 High Cut Boots 6.78  Children's Boob I Shoes  $3.50 and $3.25 values    $2.69  $3.00 and $2.75 value   2.25  $2.50 and $2.35 "values   1.S9  $3.00 values '.  1.48  $1.76 values  1.39  11.58 values  1.07  $1.25 values     .98  Domestics  At Rock Bottom Quotations  15c. English prints, per yard 10c.  15o. flinghams, per yard   lOo.  20 k 25c. Wrappercttra, per yd. 14c.  15o. Wrapperettcs, per yard ... lOo.  25c. Art Sateens, per yard ... 18c.  30c. & 40c. velours, por yard 18c.  20o. Oxlord Shirtings, per yard 14c.  30c. Circular Pillow cotton  per yard   31o.  40c. Hemstitched Pillow Cases 28o.  15c. Glass Towelling, per yard 10c.  35c. Ceylon Flannel, per yard SSo.  55c. Bleaohed Sheeting, per yd. 42c.  50o. Bleaohed sheeting, per yd. 39c.  45c. Bleaohed sheeting, per yd. 34c.  35o. Bleached sheeting, .per yd. 25o.  Bleached Cheese cloth, per yd. 5c.  20c. Sateens, nil colors, per yd. 14o.  15c. Puro White Flannelette ... He.  23c. Huckaback   Linen Towelling, per yard   18c.  Large Price Reductions on  Underwear, Blankets, Mackinaw Coata, Skirts, Capa, and every  line of goods we carry  Ladies* Dress Skirts  for a Fraction of what they are Worth  Of course you will want a separate skirt���at so small a  cost��� Not solely because the price la so exceedingly low���but  because our skirts combine style, quality and low prioe at any  time during the year. And now during this sale the prices  arc so small that you really cannot afford to pass up this  opportunity of getting aa extra skirt for so Mule money.���  For even if you do not need a skirt very badly right now,  you will need one shortly���and this opportunity to save  money now is made especially for you.  $3.50 Ladies' Skirts    $3.48  $5.00 and $4.50 ladies' Skirta      3.69  $6.00 and $6.50 Ladies. Skirts      4.48  $7.50 and $7.00 Ladies' Skirta      4.98  Women's Winter Coats for Less  This news of Women's Coata ia both oliinatic and climacteric. It is weatberwlae���no offering could be apter for winter  days���and the prions have now bean shoved down to the  bottom limit. There oan be no further reductions on .these  garments as the figures that follow will undoubtedly carry  them out of tha store.  $30.00 Ladies' Winter Coata  $27.50 Ladies' Winter Coata  M5.00 Ladies' Winter Coata  *J2.50 Ladies' Winter Coals  $18.80  16.50  14.5(1  13.50  Children's Coats at Proportionate Reductions  L RICHMOND, Sm��to ^uime B����- Kelowna, B.C.  ssssstssssssssssss.  mm  -rM< KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 1914  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh     Delicijus     Spitzenberg     Wealthy  Jonathan     King David     Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES .  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlelt Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw        Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette        English Morello  Orders for Spring Planting should be in by January  31st, 1914  Our  Stock  lias   Won   Its  Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  PER CENT.  DISCOUNT  FROM THE  8th to 2 2nd of this month  WE WILL GIVE  20 p.c. Cash  Discount  Of F ALL  Cutlery, Carving Sets,  Skates, Heating Stoves  and   Enamelled   Ware  Morrison-Thompson  Hardware Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lsstss Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Lcstsi Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 i.a.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  CONCRETE  WORK  I have n complet- plant of power  mix -is and all app.unces (or concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which 1 have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H7witTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE.  Clamant & Riffs' office, Woolseley Av.  RarmerBrock Riehter Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. Paul I'itnor returned on Sunday's     A movement is on foot in Lumby to  boat from a trip to the coast. 'iprovide a water system (or the   dig-  Mr. F, S. Coates returned from  ���oust on Sunday afternoon.  tho  ,'trict,  The usual monthly Church of England service will be hold in the Kant  Kelowna school house at 3 o'clock on  Sunday next, Jan.  Ilth.  ���   ���   ���   ���  There will be an early morning service (8 o'clock) in St. Andrew's jhurch  y     i        ,. u ���       ���j.        Tu��� Okanagan   Mission   on    hunday lext,  Sunday afternoon after spending    the ( R  holidays with relatives at the coast,    ^'anuory 11th.  / #   *   ���   *  ���  ���  ���   ���  Tho annual general meeting of tho 'j-lie Iinmmi installation in connection  Kelowna Hospital Society will be hold wJtj, the local Masonic lodge, takes  Friday, January 23rd at 3.80 p.m., in plttCe tomorrow night. D.IUJ.M. Ham-  Mr.  Neil  McQuarrlo returned to   the  city  Sunday afternoon  after spending  the holidays at tho coast.  ��   ���   *   ���  Mr. ICrnost Hoy returned to the city  the Hoard of Trade, rooms.  ��� ��   ���   ���  H. Robertson, manager lor tho Central Selling agency of the Okanagan,  left for California last week to spend  a short holiday and incidentally, look  into the market conditions of that  state.  ��� ���  ���   ���  After spending the Xrnns holidays at  home Messrs Clarence .I ones and Bruce  Fletcher left for the coast on Saturday  morning to resume    their studies     at  Columbia College, New Westminster.  i   *   *   f  ...Mr. M. Ogden, of Kelowna, who exhibited some of his fine poultry at the  Summerland show last week was successful in securing prizes for first cock,  first and second eoekerel, and second  puUot, in the Black Orpington class.  The pastor of the Methodist church  will conduct both morning and evening services on Sunday next, taking as  the morning theme "The Ideal Ord-u',"  and as the evening subject "Why does  Smith not  go to Church?"  ilton I.ang will be present for the ceremony,  ���   ���   ���   ���  An accident happened to tho telephone and telegraph wires at the Five  Rridcros Friday aftornoon. While out-  ting out fire wood on tho Harris place  n coltonwood took the wrong fall,  dropping square across the road, taking all the wires and fences with it.  The Kelowna Political Equality  League meets on Thursday evening,  ���January 15th at the rooms of Miss  Evelyn Wilson, Casorso Block, at 8  o'clock. The subject of discussion will  be, "B. C. Laws discriminating against  women," to be opened by Mrs. Swerd-  fager. All interested are cordially invited  The regular month);  W.C.T.IT., will bo held on Tuesday afternoon next at 3 o'clock at the home  af Mrs. J. W. Jones. Important matters will be up for discussion and a  wood attendance is desired.  welcome.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. NicholWon, of  Kamloop'fl spent the holidays In tho  oity, Mr. Nicholson returned home on  Saturdnv last while Mrs.. Nicholson remained for a frief visit with her par-  ients here, Mr. and -Mrs, John Dalgleish  meeting of tho Stoekwoll avenue.  Tho usual annual public meeting of  tho ratepayers is to be held in tho  Opera House on Saturday night to  discuss municipal matters, and to hear  addresses by aldermen and prospective  aldermen.  �� ���> * ��  City Constable John Clarke of Vernon is now recovering from the effort of being run over bv the city auto  fire truoks, just before Christmas. He  laid in the hospital unconscious for  sewn days,  a    t    ���    ���  The January mooting of I ho Study  Club will moot at the home of Mrs.  K, F. Ox ley, on Thursday evening,  January 8th at S p.m. A full attendance is requested.  ���  ���  ��� .���  For two weeks, ending* January 21,  W. K. Tait & Co., will give 20 j>er  cent discount on all purchases.  The annual meeting of the Farmers'  Institute will be held in the Board of  Trade rooms on Wednesday, January  Visitor's 11th at '2.30 p.m. A delegate will be  appointed at this meeting to attend  the provincial convention at Victoria.  The year's report will bo submitted  and officers elected for another year.  A committee of the Board of Trade  consisting of Mayor Jones and H. T.  Elliott went to IVntieton last Saturday to meet Mr. J. J. Warren, president of the Kettle Valley Bailway.  The interview was held at the request  of Mr. Warren, and it is expected that  an important announcement will be  made shortly respecting tho plans of  the company, in joining up with Kelowna.  ���   ���   ���   ���  The indemnity of *.IK), which Reeve  Foiey-Bennett received for his services  in tho Pentioton municipal council during tho past year, has been turned  over by the reeve to the Pentioton  band and the Boy Scouts, a very public-spirit i-d action an the part of the  reeve.  aW:��fl  JsasT   '  5*5 ��#  K3  ult ��*M*Ibd  .:.     '                                                                                           y  TINKER UKUAKS AWAY FROM   OKOANIZUD   BASEBALL  Now that the winter or rumor seaBon is on aud the baseball opening is  ���still over one hundrod days away, reports are Hying thiok and last about  tortiiin players refusing To sign their 11)14 contract, and of certain trades  noon to be culminated. The Tinker episode overshadows all other baseball  news. Tinker is now in the limelight, and why shouldn't he bo? A month  or ho ui:<> he was deposed as manager for one week he was put on the block  to the highest bidder and finally knocked down to Brooklyn. The Brooklyn  team bought his services for the mere sum of i$2B,000; $15,000 went to the  Oinoitrantl Club and $10,00 was to be givon Tinker when ho signed a Brooklyn contract, but alas it must have been only a nightmare (to Tinker)  for when all wiib settled it was seen that tho $35,000 was a myth, as the  onl'f cash that passed between the two clubs was $7,000. the remainder of  tho $1)5.000 being figured ns tho value of certain players that were exchanged  between tho clubs; and Tinker's $10,1100 must have done a disappearing aot  all (o. for here we have it, Tinker has lelt the Brooklyn Club flat and joined the Federal League, tho strongest outlaw organization since 1000, when  this American League made its successful fight ucainst the National League.  Your Eyes  are Bread Winners  If vou cannot see to Read, or if  your Eyes cause you any discomfort  at  all,  consult  ua���  KNOWLES, the Optician  KELOWNA  Bi  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full  supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135 ,  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aid coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and In splendid condition.  A complete line ol  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  r  u  We have funds to invest in  FIRST MORTGAGE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd. THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 1914  KELOWNA EBCOMV  FARM AND POULTRY  CANADA  GETS MOST AMERICAN  EGG8  . ���          | ,,,,  WRESTLING  For' the last fiscal yaw from United  NOTES ** [State* 13,750,000 down, out of a to-|llfJfJsjBBBBBBBBSj��BBBBBnB����������^lB����l  * * tal    exportation    of 20,500,000 dozen j   On Tuesday evening last, before one  s....a.......... e^t wwe jj^pprtgj jBt0 Canada. This of the largest crowds that ever getb-  The time   is   not far distant   when represents one thousand and   seventy ered to witness an athletic exhibition  carloads of eggs which this country in the city of Vernon Clarence Eklund  imported from the United States at a the local middleweight wrestler gained  cost of approximately $3,000,000,..-The a second victory over Sam Clapham,  average selling prion from the United .the sturdy Englishman  fowls will be sold on their egg records,  instead of os their show points, In,  order to cater to that class of trad*,  it will be necessary to use trap nests  and keep careful records. Each year  it is important to breed only from  hens that show good strong vigor and  first-class laying. By this careful selection strains oan be brought up to  phenomenal laying.  A Leghorn hon likes her nest darkened in some way so she will feel secluded while on the neat. With darkened nests hens are not so apt to form  the ogg-eating habit.  When soft-shelled eggs are verv numerous it is a sign the hens are not  getting egg-shell material. Oyster-  shell should be kept whero thoy oan get  at it at will.  BASKETBALL  .The Live Stock Branch of the Dominion Department of Agriculture Is  endeavoring to formulate an "Egg  Marks Act." having for its purpose  the control and improvement of the  egg trade.  Tho average yield of the potato crop  in Ireland in 1013 is estimated by one  Agricultural department at G.4 tons  per statute acre, as against 4.3 tons  in 1012 and 4.8 tons for ten-year por-  iod-1003-l��12. The average of the  crop in 1913 amounted to 582,803 aorca  as against 595,181 acres in 1912. The  total produec of the crop in 1913 is  i estimated at 3,739,310 tons as against  2,M7f/io tons in 1912.  I). 1). MoLennan of Fruitvaie, a suburb of North Yakima, recently sold his  46 aere orchard to 11. J. Madill of  Calgary for 8115,000. Mr. McLennan  realized $30,000 from this year's crop.  A new bulletin is just out from tho  Department of Agriculture, Viotoria on  "care and marketing of eggs." which  ovory member 0f the provincial associate n will receive free. All breeders  wishing to have their names in  the Breeders Directory (which is sent  all over the Dominion) must send in  their names at once with SI whloh eov  ors membership for 1 year and entitles  them to show al provincial show at  Vernon.    .  States was 21J cents, and above this  we had an export duty of 3 cents per  dozen. Canada's importation of eggs  from United States has increased rapidly:  1010 thoy amounted tu       868,454 doz.  1911      2,467,188 doz.  1913      8,679,588 doz.  October and November aro the  months of largest importations from  the United States.  For more than an hour the two men  worked very carefully, eaeh knowing  that a single mistake might cost Mm  a fall and perhaps pave the way for  a victory.1 After some forty-five minutes of strenuous wrestling Clapham  secured a hold, that appeared for a  timo impossible for Eklund to get out  of. This was really the only time that  Eklund was in real difficulty during  the contest, and ho succeeded In i/el-  ting away only after some very clover  work.  When the first hour had passed It  was very evident that Clapham was  |tiring, and finally Eklund pinned his  shoulders    to the mat with  a double  DEPARTMENT MAY RECOGNIZE  FRUIT DIVISION  Tho reorganization af the fruit divi . ���     -    sion of the department of agrioulture grapovino in 1 hour 21 minutes and 40  is   likely   to take place in the    very ."eoonds.  near future, the probability being that After ��� 10 min��t�� rmt the.men again  muoh more importance will be attach- appeared and Clapham evidently in-  ed to the development of fruit growing tended to oven up matters while his  than has been the oare with respect to wind "eld U00* <">d nB *��" '"�����>��� 'or  this branch of agriculture in the he worked very hard and fast for a  past. Fruit growers have urged for short timo, only to find that Eklund  some time that their industry be giv- "������ more than a match for him at  en recognition commensurate with Its, tho fast work. After thirteen minutes  proeent and increasing importance, and,1"10' 'orlv a*00"0'8 Clapham's Bhoulders  there is every liklihood ��� that these representations will bo favorably considered and acted upon by the present Minister of Agriculture. The proposali is to  raise the fruit division to the standard  of a departmental branch, under a  qualified fruit expert as fruit commissioner. This has already been done  with regard to dairying, live Btook,  etc. The minister of agrioulture is personally familiar with the fruit farming industry, and will select a commissioner from the ranks of those  who have made a success of fruit  growing. Amo*.- fruH men tho  names most mentioned are those of  M. C. Smith, Burlington, Daniel Johnston of Forest, and R. L. Palmer, of  British Columbia, all well known and  successful fruit growers. Tho fruit division is at present without a head owing to the death recently of Alexander  McNeil.  No picture is hung on tho walls of  tho Louvre in Paris until ten years after the death of the artist.  were again pressed to tho mat for the  winning fall, this time with a body  scissor and orotoh hold.  F. G. Atkinson, of tho Vancouver  Athletic Club was the referee.  Before the main event a four-round  boxing bout was staged by a ooupJs  local bowers, putting the fans in a  good humor.  The contest was staged under tho  auspices of the Vernon Baseball club  and netted then a neat profit after  all expenses had been paid.  A very enthusiastic crowd gathered  at the Caeoreo Bloek last Monday for  the purpose of forming as many teams  as possible to play out a aehadul* to  be arranged, oovering the winter.  Mr. F. E, Purdy, acting as chairman  called the meeting to order and the  following officers were elected:  Hon. President.-F. R. E. DeHart.  President. L. W. Colvin.  Seoy.-Treaa.-A. H. Patton.  The executive committee will consist  of the president and secretary, also  Messrs, Kerr, Petrie and Purdy.  After the election of officers considerable discussion took place in regard to  the formation of teams, arrangements  for the floor and purchasing of equipment. These matters were finally left  for the action of the executive.  Anyone wishing to enter the assoeU'  tion should have In their names as  as possible, so that the teams  may be formed, as it is hoped to hold  the first practices early next week.  The entre fee was placed at 11.00,  this fee was mads necessary to covet  the initial expenses, that of getting  balls, baskets and other small necessaries.  It is thought there will he plenty of  material for four good teams, which  before the adopted schedule is started  will be as well balanced as tho executive committee can mako them.  Arrangements for the roller rink have  boon completed and the floor is now In  readiness for practice as soon as tho  (roods arrive from tho ooast.  Anyone interested or wishing to play  may hand their names to any of tho  above mentioned officers.  The trouble with a good many of us  is that we are trying to mako tomorrow pay for day before yesterday.  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect (or a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  BASEBALL NOTES  Lots .of us are so busy acquiring and  taking care of tho means of enjoyment  that we have no time to enjoy ourselves.  It'tl all right to be proud of your  | ancestors, but the real question is,  would your ancestors bo proud of you?  I don't advertise BIG SLAUGHTERS as I am not in the butcher or army business, and prefer not to run the risk of being  raped as a murderer or called the reverse of a truthful person.  But if you want Good Solid All Round Reductions on winter  Clothing you will find them here. Our customers 'know they  always get a square deal, and at exceptional timet like the  present exceptional prices must be made to shift the stock.as  spring goods are already on the way. Just a few prices, but  you had better see the goods :  Through the sporting columns of _  coast exchange we notice, with pleasure  that Casad, who played tho initial bag  for the Kelowna team last season has  boon signed by Bob Brown for his Van  couver team. "Cas" will be tried out  as an outfielder, and.should make  good.  Jesse Davis, the big south-paw pitcher of the looals last year, according to  reports has been signed to play *ith  the Spokane Indians next season.  Rumor has it that George Webb, the  twirler who worked on the slab for the  railway team at Revelstoke last      son has been picked up by the rVhite  Sox. George was a good man, but we  doubt very muoh if tha rumor b. cor-  reot.  ��|| E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Men's Suits Specials  Reg.      $9.50 Sale. $6.50  ��� $13 to 15.00      10.00  Sweater Specials  Regular   $4.00 Sale, $2.95  6.00   ���     3.95  7.00    ���      4.95  Felt Hat Specials  Regular, $1.50 $1X0  Overcoats  25 per cente off  Regular Marked Prices  Navy Serge Suits  20 per cent, off  Regular Prices  $13.00 $10.40  $15.00 $��2.00  $20.00 $16.00  Honus Wagner, the great shortstop  | of tha Pitsburg Pirates, recently an-  nounoed that he bad finished his professional baseball career. He says he  is through with professional baseball  tor all .time. It night be found possible, however, to land him for tha Kelowna "Apples" aa he would probably  be fast enought still to help them,  Joe Tinker, the muoh talked of deposed manager of the Cindnnatti Reds  who has been muoh in the limelight oi  late has at last joint! the Federal  League, an outlaw organisation, oper-  iag in opposition to th�� American and  National Leagues.  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day (or' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  There are snaps in every line of Winter Goods  Hats, Caps, Gloves, Flannel Shirts, Underwear, Socks, &c.  H. F. HICKS  TWO NEW TYPEWRITERS COSTLIEST EVER MADE  The hoard of electors of Cincinnati  has introduced a new and important  system for writing abstract* of election resume, whloh has attracted general attention because of it* time-saving over former methods. They h ave  purchased tor use in eonxartion with  this system twa Monarch adding and  subtracting typewriters, whloh repre-  It a money value of *4,M0,00, or  nearly 13,500.00 apisos, and an ah*  costliest typewriter* aver madV.  Each of these machines is (equipped  for writing and adding thirty two par  aliel oolumna of figures on one page.  Each of these columns is adder! by ���  separate adding mechanism, whi��h explains the great oost of the madblnee.  These abstracts* which formeaty required eight days In the writing, were  after the recent election, written on  these machines In less titan two   jQr������   W1LUTS BLOCK  KELOWNA  A rat was responsible > for the interruption of a moving pioture show at  North Manchester recently. The rodent  bad crawled into the machine and succeeded in touching botfh the pole* of  the electric connection. The rat was  electrocuted and short-ojlrouited the machine, putting it out ot commission tu ��-  til the operator found the trouble.  COMING SOON  The Missouri Girl  The Oi/t; Fun Sh<��w     I  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd  ICE  Send your orders in early for ice to be delivered and packed  in your ice-house.  Farmers in the country may obtain ice re'ady cut on the pond.  It will cost you ten times more to have ice delivered in the  summer ao if you have not already got an ice-houae consider  if it would not be an economy to build one.  FIRE WOOD  Dry fire-wood for asle in sis rick lots, $2.50 per lick. Cash only.  BACON AND HAM  Next month we can supply home cured, home smoked bacon  and hams from grain fed pigs of our own growing.  APPLES  Yellow Newton and Spilzenberg culls at $1,25 per box.  GRINDING  Oats, wheat and rye ground while you wait.    Get this done  fend save 25 per cent, on your feed bill.  WINTER FEED  We still have room for a few head of horse*.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  PHONE 8  WE DELIVER  to til parts of the City  FLOUR, FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES  We have  APPLES (Packed or Unpacked). POTATOES, CABBAGE  AND OTHER PRODUCE  KELOWNA GROWERS'  EXCHANGE -   PkeneM  aXK^ t^ss  wm  wLmmm  KEIvOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 19U  Monthly Weather Report  Compiled   by   G. R. Binger,   Government Observer.  M  EXISCUTIVID OFFICE OF THIS WINTER WHITE HOUSE  Prom this little building in the runr ol    his   COWagQ tit   Push Cluistmn,  -.,  President Wilson is now directing tire affairs of the nation.   It isn't  much to look at nnd tho accommodations are not such us call for boasting  I).. I   history may  I hi inutld  ilur,.  As n result of its sudden fame ninny u boy nnd tourist will carve his  initials on the sides of the house until it is n literal mass of artistic (?j  lie Egna and then some sage will carve (.after first carving his own name  among the others) "fools names, Hkefools faces arc always seen in public  nlaoeav"  BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S  SOCIETY  CHRISTMAS ENTERTAIN WEST AT  I THE BAPTIST CHURCH  On Monday evening the Bftpt  Young People's Society resumed their  meetings after the Christmas holidays,  and there was a large attendance. Mrs.  1'elton rend a paper on "Music" in  the course of which she sketched the  lives and work of four American composers: Dr. Lowell Mason, whose  name is familial' as the writer of tho  lun- lo "'From (Ireenland's ley Mountains," Olivet, Boy Is ton i Bethany and  many other hymns; Stephen Foster,  well 'Known as the composer ol those  sweet     melodies  "WftV  down  upon   the  Swanee River." "Old Unole Ned" JCan*  ss'fi in dp cold, cold, ground," "Old  Black Joe" nnd many others which  will ever find a place in the hearts of  nil lovers of nogro melodies; Reginald  Dp Kn-.ens, well known as ft present  day oonrnoser of many songs; and Mrs,  Emma !��� Ashford. whose compositions  both vocal and instrumental, have become deservedly popular with Protestant church choirs and organists  throughout Afnerlea. Mrs. Pelt on refrained fitun dealing with the great  master*, who stand on a plane by  themselves,  The paper, which was very instructive wa�� illustrated with selection* by  the various OompOSOTB. Pr. Mason's  work being represented by the ringing  of the hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee'  to the tune of Bethany; Stephen Foster  by two selections, a solo "Come Where  my lo- e lies dreaming" by Mr. Fred  Pedlar; nnd "Nellie was a I.ady" by  the male quartette. T)c ECoven hy  "A Winter Lullaby" rendered by Misa  Duptrftni nnd Mrs. Ashford by a Oonv  portion for reed organ, played by Mr.  Harold F.ttrr.  I The children attending tho Baptist  Sunday school held their Christmas  entertainment on Dec 30th, and hnd a  good time. A capital programme had  been nrrangod. and the children had  boon carefully trained in the [riocc*  thoy rendered. Under the guidance of  i Mr. II. ('. ���lonkiuSj the superintendent,  the prnrrammo was gone through "With  kiiI ii hitch. At the close "f the en-  tortainmenl Santa Clans made bis ap-  pearance, Lo the delight of the children, and distributed toys to the boys  and girls from a good sized Christmas  tree which'was prettily decorated. Tho  si rigi ml' of tho national anthem  brought a most successful and enjoyable evening to a close. The program  was as follows:  Chorus.���"Hail.   Night  of Splendour",  by  tho children.  Recitation*��� By Annie Iteokln.  Solo,��� Bv dean Swerdfager.  Chorus.���"Angel's    Lullaby"  Duet.��� B\  Duggan Boys,  Recitation. ��� "Jack   Frost'  Knowles.  Duel.- By    dean  nnd    Myrtle Swerd-  fager.  Male    Quartette.���"Dixie    Land"    by  Messrs. IVMon. Pedlar, Wade, WeeW  Encore.���"Kindling wood."  Dialogue.���  "Father William Question*  fid."  ByCl.  Patterson, T. Ougg.in.  Recitation.��� By Jame Purvos.  Christmas Praise.��� Po��*s and Girls.  Recitation by firover Allan.  Carol- "Carol, Swowtlv Carol" ���Tho  Young   Rustlers   (Mr.    Blaokaby's  boys.'i  Malfl Quartette.���"Mary had a  Lamb."  Charade, ��� Junior girV  Chorus.���"Bethlehem Awaken!"  .    '.iris  by     W.  December  1  10  II  1*2  18  II  I".  Hi  IT  18  P.)  20  31  23  ���j:i  24  25  26  O"  28  'Jil  30  31  Maximum Minimum  ...   -12       27  39  34  34  37  37  40  38  80  36  39  39  37  12  39  in  36  35  33  32  82  30  29  2H  29  36  36  35  33  32  32  RAIN AND SNOWFALL  Morning Evening  Observation        Observation  * 1  e  1     S3  r2  3  ��  2  t  Dec, 18  .113  .03  Doe. 22  .78   .H7  .11  Doo. 2.1  ,50  M  .III  Doo. 27  ,62   .0B  ,12  .21  .21  Duo, :il  rotitls  Colal |]  3.2B   .113  ,35  s  5.13   ,24  .71  .'21  .21  'colpltnlio  i lot  December ..  ,95  -o���  The London Education commit tro  have decided to rent n house in Brixton where dirty school children can be  sent   to be washed.  The Liverpool Insurance Committee  propose an important scheme���to cost.  ��40,000 a year��� for fighting consumption. They hope to provide for every  person in the oity suffering from tuberculosis.  Reports from both Vernon and Ven-  lielon an�� current to the effect that  the Okanagan Telephone Company in  about to sell out to the British Col?  um'.iia Telephone Company, a largo  corporation which holds the monopoly  of the telephone business of the Coast  an I other portions of the province and!  of which the Okanagan Company is  said to be an offshoot.���Summerland  Review.  Little  | The holdings of the B. C. Marine  Railway Company at   Ksquimalt   have  jbeen transferred to Messrs. A, F. Yarrow k Son, the famous Clyde shipbuilding firm. The Ottawa government has definitely chosen T.ang Cove,  Fs<|uinialt, as the site for the great  drydoek, and tho property will immediately taken over for that  purpose.  CANADAPortiand cement  SOME men ask (or so many bags of  "cement"���  Others, more careful, say they want  '' Portland Cement"���  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland  Cement���  And he looks to  /\ see that every t  bart,bears this  Relive CaaadaCement  Information Bureau, Montreal, (ot a free copy of  "What the Faimet Can  Do With Concrete."  There   is   s  Caaada  Centos dealer in your  eeighbathood. If you do  not bow his* wails (or  City of Kelowna  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOMINATIONS  MA YOU,  FOH  ALDEKMEN AND SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  Public notice is hereby given to the  electors of the Municipslity of tho City  of Kolownn, that I require the presence ol the said electors at the council  chamber, Bernard Avenue, on the  TWELFTH DAY OF JAN. 11)14  at 1-' o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing persons to represent them in  tho Municipal Council as Mayor and  Aldermen, nnd on the Board ol School  Trustees.  Tho mode of nomination of candidates shall bo as follows:  The sandidates shall bo nominated in  writing; the writing shall bo subscribed by two voters of tho Municipality  as proposer und seconder, and shall be  delivered to tho returning officer at  uny time between the date of this notice and 2 p.m., of tho day of the  nomination; the said writing may bo  in the form numbered five (6) in the  schedule of tho Municipal Elections Act  1U1I, and shall state tho namos, residence and occupation or description oi  eueh pot-son proposed, iu such manner  as sufficiently to identify such candidate; aud in tho event of a poll being  necessary, such poll will be opened on  the  FIFTEENTH DAY OF JAN. IBM  at  the Council chamber, Bernard avenue, of which every person is required  lo take notice and govern himself accordingly.  QUALIFICATIONS FOK MAYOR'-  The person qualified to bo nominated  for und elected us Mayor shall bo sueh  pct-Hous us are mule British subjects ol  the full ago of Iwenty-ono years, and  are sot disqualified under any law, and  and shall huvo been for the six months  next preceding tho day ol nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land or real property in  the City of Kelowna, of the assessed  value, on tho last revised .Municipal assessment roll, of One Thousand Dollars  or more over and above any registered  judgement or charge and who are  qualified otherwise as municipal voters.  QUALIFICATIONS FOK ALDBJJMEN:  Tho persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Aldermen shall  be such persons as aro male British  subjects ol the fill age of twenty-one  years, and aro not disqualified under  any law, and slball have been for the  six months preceding the day of nom  inntion tho registered owner, in the  Land Registry Office, or land or real  property in the City ef Kelowna, of  tho assessed vaUuo, on tha last revised  Munioipal assessment roll of Five Hun-  dror Dollars or more over and above  any registered judgment or charge and  who are othorvrise qualified as munioipal voters.  QUALIFICATIONS FOB SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  The persona qualified to be aomina-  ted for and elected as Sohool Trustees  shall be such persons as are British  subjects of tha full age ol twenty-one  years, und aro not disqualified under  tuiy law, and have been for the six  months next preceding tho day of  nomination, the registered owner, in  the Land Registry Office, of land or  real property it i the Kelowna Sohool  District, of the. assessed value, on the  Inst rovissd Municipal assessment roll,  of Five Hundrvtl Dollars or mors over  and abovo any registered judgment or  chargo, and who aro otherwise qualified to vote at an eleetion of Sohool  Trustees in the Kelowna Sohool District.  Given tint'lor my hand at Kelowna, B.  ('., this   Thirtieth    day of December,  una.  Q, H. DUNN,  0-7 Returning Officer.  -THE-  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  Annual Winter  Clearing Sale  Commences Saturday, January 3rd  and continues to Saturday evening, January 17th  of the best and mast up-to-dote stock o  29,000 Men's Clothing, Mens  Dollars' Furnishings, Men's Hats,  Worth       Men's Boots and Shoes  in the Okanagan Valley to be put on sale at COST and below  COST PRICE, as we must rai.,e money to meet heavy pay-  tnents during January and February.  See our posters for prices, also call at our store and look  through our stock. ,  The winning numbers for prizes given by us on December 24th, are :���  1st prize - 2460 (winning ticket not yet presented.)  2nd prize- 1625.    Won by Mr. Gladman.  3rd prize- 2541 (winning ticket not yet presented.)  The Consolation prize was won by Mr. Alec. Purvea, of  Kelowna.  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE  -   104  BE11NICE COLE  With the "Missouri Oirl" at tho Opera  House, Wednesday, January 14th.  ROLLER RINK  Morning 1 '.30 till 12.00 Afternoon 2.30 till 5.00  Evening 7.30 till 10.00  ADMISSION:  Morning and Afternoon, Free;   Evening, Ladies Free, Cents.  15c.   Skates 25c.  Free instructions to beginners afternoons and evenings  Anyone desiring private lessons should apply to Mr. ami Mrs. Wake at tha  rink during the morning session  Don't forget January 15th���  MASK CARNIVAL  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SB BDMUND WALKER. C.V.O. LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD  General Manager  JOHN AIHD  Asaiatant General Mai  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,009  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the currant rata is allowed on all deposits ef $1 usl  upwards Careful attention If given to every account Small a rr guile  are welco   id.   Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accou t may be opened In the names of two or more perseas,  withdrawals to be made by anv one of them, or by the survive*-. M  KFLOWNA BRANCH H. 0. PAMOHAM, star  n i!>  ^���^^���������l  ��� THUB8DAY JANUARY 8, 1?U  CAR  LOAD OF  Cutte  rs  Sleighs in 2in.  Cutters in  Rubber  Horse Blan  Water P  Ca  We Always  TRUNK*     SUIT CASES  ;  Ellison News  (From our own Oornspoodont.)  & Sleighs  *2 and 3 in. runners.  m^ny different styles  ALSO  Lined Rugs  :s,    Fur Robes,  1 Rugs,  if oof Blankets.  ikets  ob  >|rry a Splendid Stock of M^  CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  j On Tuesday the 23rd Dee.,, the annual Christmas tree and entertainment  was held in the school house, a large  and appreciative'audience being present to enjoy the various songs, recitations and dialogues presented by the  school children at this, their annual  entertainment.  [ The program was a lengthy one, com  i prising nn less than thirty-seven items  was gone through in a very oreditable  manner, and once again showed that  the rising generation in the district  'are going lb keep up to the standard  sot in previous years by the scholars  who havo passed through primary education in this district.  Mr, M. Ileronm. the secretary to the  sohool trustees occupied the chair and  introduced the /various items with his  customary geniality. Miss Owen, tho  | toaohor, acted as general supervisor  and accompanist.  Alter the cbse ol tho entertainment  Santa C'laus put in an appearance and  distributed tha various presents which  hung upon the gaily decorated1 tree,  causing immense enjoyment to the  large number of children present.  In wbica Jimmy tails ot Kslowmv happenings  to sir. Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B. 0.  Baled Hay and Feed of all Kinds  W. R. Gl^NN & SON  We regrot to announce that Mr. J.  Conroy is suffering from noncussion.  caused by falling down the steps boding off the verandah. Wo trust his  recovery will bo a   rapid one.  Mr. .1. Mclvor is in tho hospital suffering from a bruised knee caused by  his horse falling on it. Wo hope for a  speedy recovery.  WELSH MOUNTAIN WETTEST  PLACE IN THE WORLD  ird Implements  Avenue     -     KELOWNA  Linoleum  bargains  'i        "tukli  if    >v;  We have ovejr  of Linoleum,  few yards to  in any length  which will be  at follows���  50 Remnants  ranging from a  30 yards each,  to fit your room,  sold by the piece  Inlaid Linol  Best Quality P  Floor oil cloth,  aiky  I  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rather unexpectedly, the dope* of  (Snowdon, n Wehh mountain only 3..560  foot hiffh, havo proved ono of tho weft-  tout rogiona of the, world. The fiver*  ajje annual rainfall of the globo in  about thirty-six* inches; that of tropical Chcrraponpeo, Assam, is 610 inches  With.on extreme of flO.5 inches ,n 1861;  and that of Marnnham, Bra/il, 277 inches. Seathwaite, a littlo village of  the Kntrlish Valley of florrowdale, has  claimed the third highest record. Tho  Meteorological Office, however, has recently received . reports from thirtoen  Welsh stations, of which TJuohfa. at an  altitude of 2,500 feet, showed the groat  est  European  rainfall���-247  inches.  I   Dear Sic],��� Home   Again, 0 joy! 0  joy, and a couple    of Hurrahs!   Never  shall I forget how the thrills of ecut-  acy coursed up and down my vertibr&e  when    tho    stately Aberdeen    hove in  sight of our matchless city.    There is  nothing makes one appreciate a thing  iso much as being deprived of it     for  a time.   This was certainly true'In my  [case,    i have always been a     strong  Itoostor for Kelowna, but never   until  I hit that wAtur-Hoaked burg of Vancouver did ]  appreciate this littlo oity  at its true worth.   It's a cinch, though  that no matter   where you come from  if you hit  Vancouver you would miss  your home town.     It  sure tickled me  up tho back to meet you, T was getting so lonesome that 1 was figuring  on  going down  to  the dock  nnd  ending my misery.    Wasn't  it    a     funny  thing your coming to t��o me and me  going to see you and ���*�� s'ng you on  the road. Well   you   got the  host  oft ho  bargain for you came to a good (own,'  while T endured the untold misery of a  visit to Vancouver.   Well any way wo  had a few    days together and     that  helped some.     Write me a few of your  impressions  on   Kulowna an-'I  lot     mo  know if   you    think 1 h:ive over estimated the town or not,  You know I have been talking a lot  I about "Ivonhoe", that gr.iat film  .which we will have on Jan. 15th. 1  .waB fortunate to see 11 on my visit  (to Vancouver, and it not only came  .up to expectations but far exceeded  'them. Honest, Rid, T nr.-er saw such  beautiful scenery, nnd every oharAiStor  ia portrayed absolutely true to life.  'Just picture to yourself an old medie-  Vyal castle surrounded by rugged hills  and deep forests nvaotly what you  would 'imagine tho cnstlo of Scott's  novel to have been. In and around  this old stronghold the story tal������  place. Tt sure is grr.it, the bo-t pk  ture T hnvo soon.  Wo had a swell" animal picturo the  other night w'In the toils of the Py-  hon," qomo picture, there was a snake  shown in    the film    that was     larir"  The Missouri Girl, which will be the  'offering at the opera house, Wednesday  ���January 14th has been on the    road  continuously for fifteen years and for  the past,   six    months two companies  have .been presenting this ever popular  play.   It has been seen in every state  aud territory in tho union, with possibly two exceptions, and last season  one company    toured Canada,    where  the play met    with the same remark-  able reception   that has characterized  it�� tours in the United States.     The  popularity of the play is not limited  to any particular section, Wherever it  goes    it   is    .tho- same story, crowded  houses and delighted audiences.  Other plays that have been before  the public deteriorate and frequently  managers foist inferior companies on  the public with low-salaried actors io  the principal roles. Fred Raymond has  always kept his companies up to the  standard and that is probably the reason for his remarkable surcess with  this sterling comedy.  Year after year the companies visit  the various cities fortunate enough to  be on their routes and invariably the  companies are equal to those of previous years and from time to time  improvements aro being made that  strengthen the organization.  This senson the vaudevillo portion of  the show has received Mr. Raymond's  careful attention, and the country  birthday party offers an opportunity  for specialties that has been taken advantage of. Five first-class vaudeville numbers add great strength to  the performance.  If you have any-to sell or if you  want to buy, see  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  for the cold weather  If you want your harness properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson is  your man.   He specialises in  Harness Repairing    .  and puts hand sewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bask of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  CLOCKS  For the Home  Wc have ��� Tine line of  Mantle Clocks, in Mahogany  Golden Oak & Mission Oak  Made in Canada  $6 to $17  IVANH0E  enough    to drive tho    most ronfirmod  drunkard to   signing thy pledge.  are having another fine animal  ture on Friday "Tn (he wilds of  which is even better than  leUm, 70c, per yd.  ^nted, 40c. per yd.  length, 30c. yd.  LUCKY FOR EPHRIAM  ! A gentleman who was buying a turkey for'old Uncle Ephriam asked him,  I in making the purchase, if it wae a  tome turkey,  | "Oh, yais, sir; it's a tame turkey'all  right."  '"Now, Ephriam, are you sure It's a  I tame turkey?"  | "Oh, yais, sir; dere's no ao't o'  doubt 'bout dat. It's a tame tu'kcy  all right."  t He consequently bought the turkey,  and a day or two later, when eating  it, came across several shot. La tor on,  when ho met old' Kphriam on the  street, he said: "Well, Ephriam, you  told me that was a tame turkey, but  I found some shot in it when I was  eating it."  I "Oh. dat war a tame tu'key, all  right," was Uncle jRphriam's reiterated  i joinder, "but do fac' is boss I's qwin  to tell yer in confidence dat dom 'en*  shot was intended for me."  ica  ^^^^^^^^^  revirtus one.  On   Tuesday night we    had "Runty  pulls tho Strings" at tho Opera TTouko  This comedy is the most human    play  havo over seen.     It is rather a difficult matter to describe it because it's  charm is so elusive. Tt's as simple and  wed aa a wild flower and yet has the  ��� trength of Gibraltar because    it     is  [true.     The boss says it was the   bast  iptey he had over seen.   You know Sid,  have long    suspected that the     old  .man was Scotch, but now T am    sura  | of it, for ho said thai Bunty reminded  j him of the davs of bis youth and innocence.    The youth part of that     is  all right, but I hae' ma doots if the  innocent part is.  Write soon, old  man, and don't  forget  vour old friend,  JIMMY.  It looks as if everybody who is oble  ito ride or walk is going to see "Ivan-  ,hoe" at the Opera House next Thura-  |day. The four reel film story of Sir  .Walter Scott's famous novel "Ivanhoe*  I combines poetic romance with heroic  adventure and marvellous character delineation. The scones are laid at historic Chepstow Castle in England gnd  the toading roles are played by such  famous actors as Leah Baird, King  Haggot, Evelvn  Hope and others Just  popular in tho world of pictures as  .���veil as on tho legitimate stage. The  whole production was-made under tho  personal guidance of that prince of  ��� directors. Herbert Brenon. Matrons  will bri well repaid by a visit to the  IOpera Houho on tho 15th to see this  ivnmrkabli* picture, ono which marks  another milestone in tho art of perfect  picture production. For tho benefit of  school children���and not one of them  j ought to miss this pioture����� special  matinee will be "iven immedintely af-  ter thp afternoon session.  Wall Clocks and Grandfather  Clocks  In Solid Oak Caaes  $9 to $40  W. M. Parker ��Cf.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block Kelowna, B.C  Teleplione 270.  CARNEGIE HAS GIVEN AWAY  $)6S.OOO,000.  SOME LOBSTER.  Mrs. Hen was in .tears; one if lift*  littlo oneB had been sacrificed to make  a repast for a visiting clergyman.  "Cheer up madam," said the rooster,  comfortingly. "You ' should ������ojoiee  that your son is entering tho ministry.  He was poorly qualified for a l.iy  member anyhow,"  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER ����� CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared (or  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C., hot water, ore.  P.O. Boa 185  DryCordWood  $2.25 per rick  Delivered  Pine and Fir, guaranteed dry  F. HEATHER  P.O. Bos 449 Phone 2206  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed Tenders, addressed to tho  Postmaster General, will be received at  Ottawa, until nooa, on Friday, the  30th January, 1011, for .the conveyance)  of His Majesty's Mails? on a proposed  Contract for (our years, three times  per week eaeh way, between Kelowna  and Rural Route No. 1., from tho  Postmaster General's pleasure.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed  Contract may be seen and blank forma  of Tender may be obtninod at the Poet  Offioe of Kelowna and at the offioe ol  the Post Office Inspector.  Post Offioe Inspector's Office.  Vancouver B. 0.  10th December, 1013  JOHN R. CIREENFIELI).  8-7. Post office Inspector.  "Grandfather of all living lobBters,"  [was the title accorded a giant crustacean brought    to Boston harbor     in  November.   The   lobster was.the largest landed there in fifty yeir.s, old lime  lobster men said.    When thoy htd finished their observations the following  jwere. given   our:    Weight  -7 pounds,  'age about 50 years; spread from claw  'to claw, 39 inohes; length of claw,   21  inches; feelers, '20 inches; width of back  10 inohes.    It was estimated that this  obster would furnish salad for twent  ive persons.  Andrew Carnegie's benefactions have  aggregated *!65,000,000, as follows:  Carnegie Corporation of New   Yark,  | $135,000,000.  Carnegie    Hero    Fund    Commission  and gifts of libraries $60,000,000.  Carnegie Institute    at    Washington,  *22,000,000.  Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, $22,  000,000.  Carnegie Foundation fur Advancsv  'mont of teaching, 816,125,000.  Carnegie endowment for Intcrnn-  jtionob peace, -SI (1,000.000  Carnegie 1'nitud Kingdom Trust  $10,000,000.  Total $2(i.r.,125,000 and S100.000..000  of miscellaneous gifts.   o   Harry Lauder sailed for New York  from London last week to start a tour  of the world.    He was    -iven a great  Late  C abbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS     I  Kelowna. Greenhouse. I  P.O. Box 12  E.ENGLAND!  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR    I  Plana.   Specification*   and    Eatimales \  ^^^^^^^^  Furnished  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :    D.C.  Sdeat Walter's Millinery  Hatt up to $7.50 for$2.35 to clear.  LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.  -"#f  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  D1'��SSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA. r.C,  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Soils and Coata  A nd ia  now  teady  to  tain  crdcta   for  made-to-measure garments fat the Gown  Tailoring Co.  Clifton Boarding House  GLKNN AVENUE  Open December lit, 1913  EIBST CLASS BOARD  WELI, FtmNISHKD ROOMS  KATE3 MODERATE  erms on Application  Boxl4W, Kelowna, B. C.  a  vJifaiMt  sB mm  mmmWmm~.  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 19U,  The Essentials of Farm Book-keeping  Book-keeping is the art of keeping a dosirable to consider income as of two  faithful record of business transactioos. kinds ��nly, (1) the labor incoms, or  It is a meter (or detecting leakage and wages for the farmer and for any of  measuring progress. It would seem to Mb family who ale not paid in oash.  be emphasizing the obvious to say that (2) a dividend on tho capital invested,  every man engaged in any sort of busi- which is the surnlus left over after  ness enterprise should keep a set 0[ the former's wages have been allowed  books. Yet it is an astonishing but for. The percentage that this divi-  undeniable fact that many hundreds of dond bears to the capital invested is  farmers keep no systematic record ' of the measure of the farmer's success in  their alfuirs. That fact is auficient ex- his business, and I ho writer's aim is to  cuse for the appearance of this article present tho simplest system ot account-  To merely preach the necessity of inK ��y which this all important ratio  keeping books is easy; it is not easy <"> ]*> determined,  to give some practical help by drafting WHAT ACCOUNTS ARR NECESSARY  a system according to which they may To   M        Vwh   ,he ol,.>cl 9ut   forth  be kept,     'the writer intends to make ...       ...      .   _    ���   ���.     , .������.  J V , ,���,,   ���" m the preceding paragraph, at     least  a modest  attempt to fulfill this more foH|. ato rM01.da ������ ra8entill,. (1)  useful function.    1 he   method.     must, an im,,nU),v> (2) ��� msh awollnt (3; a  however, be regarded as tentative   or ^^ aKom^ (1) R   (llvi,i,.n,l state-  suggestive, as   the subject of farm book mni      U(, invcnto,.v is ���     cumplolo  keeping has not heretofore, particular- ^^ (), M  ������, MmU &nd lkl)ili.  ly in Canada, received the attention it ^ o( th(j fim    R pl.ovilU.s u8   ���.ith  deserves, and very little information is two |ndeapon8lbl<1 pioC[,H ���, ^formation  forthcoming as to the suocesa or failure ,|rgt( tho ,oU1    ���,       Itu mV0,trn8nt,  of any plan in actual practice. on ^ tho   Mmai ,or ���,���    ,ol.th.  The Bystem to be hero outlined is coming year will he computed, und scc-  adapted, so far as possiblo, to the and, by comparison with the inventory  n'-eds ol tho average Canadian farmer. 0[ the preceding year, tho increase in  I! aiuis at presenting the simplest poe- n(Jt w���,th during tho twelve months,  rible scheme that can he of any prnc- The cash account records all roccipts  tioal use, and to include essential lea- nmi sxpendituroa which aro strictly  t;iros only, but it may be amplified to c.ush, Money received from other sour-  suit each individual cur,., ,.,., (|mn [,.,������    ||���, [arm mus( ,,���,    1���,  Most writers on farm economy cluss- entered iu it. unless it is taken     cure  if.- income under three bonds: (1) inter- 0| i��� a spoeinl column.    Personal and  rirt on investment, (2) wages for   the household    expenses must  be carefully  Im-mor and his family, (8) profit,     or kept separate from farm expenses. Tho  any surplus loft over after tho legiti- produce account should show the value  i ato claims of capitol and labor hnvo ���f ���U supplies furnished by the   farm  been    satisfied.    The business    1b not to the household.     It may also koop  really   flourishing   unless there is    a ���    record    i f     ���odueo bought or sold  fair   sum   to be placed under   each of ���mi n0| na\<j for at the time. The divi-  these three divisions; it is very unBat- ,l(.m] statoment ia mado annually after  isfaetory if it does not cover at leaBt. completion ol the inventory.   It lakes  the first two. the material    furnished by the     other  While the nbove olasdtioation of in- accounts nnd presents in a corujinssd  come is perfectly sound and not over form all information necessary to ob-  diffioult to understand, yet, as tho tain n elenr idea of the financial eon-  writer's nim is a minimum of complex- dition ot the farm bu.-inss,  ity, and as tho word "profit" is so Specimens of each of th so reoonls  commonly employed in u sense different will now be subjoined, with explana-  froin that of economies, it would seem tory notes on each.  INVENTORY, MAltCII 1, 1013  ASSETS  Land   (including   fences,   drains,   well  and other improvements) 125 ac. at i  840. per acre  *. 5,000.00  Buildings:  House         $ 1,200.00  Barns and stable  2,000.00  Other buildings  550.00    3.750.00  Horses:  1 team heavy horses  450.00  1 general purpose horse  200.00  1 year-old filly  100.00  1 colt  40.00    700.00  Cattle:  20 cows  1,000.00  5 heifere  150.0(1  5 calves  50.00    1,200.00  Swino: I I t \ 1  1 ,  12 pigs  60.00  2 brood sows  50.00    110.00  Poultry:  00 hens  45.00  4 roosters  4.00  6 turkeys  10.00 v    50.00  Implements (depreciated through use):  Gang plow  23.00  Walking plow  8.00  Disc harrow  14.00  Tooth harrow  0.00  fanning  mill  15.0(1  Seeder (new)  80.00  Cultivator  21.00  Mower , 27.00  Hay rake  12.00  Binder  72.00  Crenm separator  50.00  Wagon  41.00  Shigh  17.00  Biic-v  60.00  Cutter  26.00  Harness f 80.00  Other implements and tools (every  article should bo listod separately 250.110    805.00  Supplies on hand:  Oats. 300 bushels nt 40c  120.0(1  Potatoes, 50 bushels at 75c  37.50  Seed oats. 40 bushels ut 75c  30.00  Seed barley. 12 buBhels at 00c. . . . 10.80  Seed corn, 8 bushels at 81.50 .... 12.00  liny, 14 tons nt 88.00       112.00  Silage, 45 tons nt 82.00  00.00  Straw, 5 tons at 83.00  15.00  Mnnure, 50 tons at 81.00     50.00                     ,    177.30  Crowing wheat (4 acres)  30.00  Cash:  On hand . . . ,      ... A5.6A  In bank  632.50    fi83.ll>  Accounts and billin receivable:  A. S. McMillan's note for 160. and  .  accrued infarct*! for 2 won tho   at  7 per cent . .  50.58  H. I. Humphrev.:. for potatoes . .* 7.50    58.08  Total Meet*   $12,0o7.53  LIABILITIES  Farm mortgage ��� ��� .        $ 1,000.00  Accrued interest on ��ame for 3 months  at 6 por cent  15.00  Net worth  1,015.00  $11,952.53  Tho first question that arises iu connection with the annual inventory     is  I the date at which it should be taken.  Every fanner must, of course,     decide  I this for himself, but some timo during  the winter would' appear to iw most  convenient,    because at    that     season  ! tho re ia no field work to be done, and  there are few growing crops, a spccHfS  'of asset whoso value it  is exceedingly  difficult to determine,  The next point lo notice is that the  j value of every asset, save cash and  bills receivable! is un estimated Value.  It becomes necessary. therefore, to consider by what principloH we are to bo  guided1 in making these estimates. Usually it will be our safest guidoto take  the price at which a thing certainly  can be sold. In the case of real estate, land and buildings arc generally,  for sale purposes, considered as a unit  To arrive at the value of the land  alone, the best way will be to deduct  the value of the buildings' from the  worth of both together. The buildings  themselves may bo appraised by writing off from their original cost a certain percentage every year for depreciation. This percentage must be based  on their durability. If, e.g., a barn  be calculated to last, with ordinary repairs, for fifty years, the depreoia;  Hon would be 2 per cent., ho that   at  ��� the end of the period, its value would  be zero. If any extensive repairs or  improvements are made, their cost  should be added to the estimate, while  of coursei any extraordinary damage,  e.g., duo to fire, should be deducted.  No hard and fast rule can bo laid down  with regard 1o depreciation, as it depends on so many variable factors,  such as a degree of staunchness of the  structures concerned, the care taken of  them. etc. On most, farms, probably  about 3 per cent will be sufficient    to  lllow for depreciation on average bud  dings.  Up to maturity the value of animals  increases and then lunnns to 'diminish  according t�� the same rule as dead  stock,- For example, if a horse comes  to maturity in 5 years and may then  be expected to live for 13 years longer.  he will, therefore be 'worth, at least  one thirteenth less every year from  the time-he is !", years old. Hut nearly  all farmers have t\ fnirly accurate idea  of how much they can sell an animal  for,  and  are not likely to go far as  tray in appraising their live stock. The  estimates should, however, be conservative, too low rather than too high.  ! In making an inventory of implements and tools tho golden rule is to  go into detail as much as possible.  |0wing to considerations of space, we  cannot, in the example given, list all  the small tools, but it is very important that this souuld be done in practice. The amount of monoy invested  in minor articles of farm equipment is  by no means negligible and thoy aro,  moreover, tho very articles that aro  most liable to bo lost. A complete  inventory, onco mado, is not difficult  [to revise year by year, and much bfrt-  ,jter care is likely to be taken of tho  I tools when it is known that they [Willi  have to be accounted for at tho, an-  nuul slock taking. Depreciation on im  pleinmits ami tools may usually bo  [reckoned at 10 per cent per annum.  The evaluation of food and supplies  jis not likol-- tu prevent much difficulty  to any farmer who knows his business.  ('are must bo taken not to include the  .household supplies, such as fire wood  i but only those connected with the farm  .business.  I Probably the most difficult item on  I which to place a value is a growing  crop. This is ono of the strongest  ��� reasons for taking farm inventory dur-  jing the winter. The value of the 4  acres of fall wheat, mentioned in tho  example given, has been arrived at by  computing what has been expended on  the crop up to March 1st., i.e., the  plowing, harrowing, sowing, seed1, eto,  (as worth about 87.50 per acre. This  I estimate is taken from the census and  statistics monthly for March, 1012,  Such a method of valuation seoms better than ono based on tho probablo  [worth of the crop at maturity, which  .must in any case bo a speculative figure.  In estimatiiv the cash, the total of  any money received during the year  from private sources, must be deducted.  No further remarks on the inventory  appear; to bo required, unless, a reminder be necessary that among the  items under "Accounts and billB receivable" and "Liabilities" only business, not private debts, should be infill dod.  (To be Continued)  Phone 30  j   Phone 30  D. D. Campbell  Grocer  Owing to unforseen delays we were  unable to open on the date advertised. But we have everything  whipped into shipshape now and  will be able to open our doors for  business on  Saturday, Jan. 10  Our stock is complete in every  respect and we will be able to give  our customers the very btfst quality  Groceries that it is possible to  procure.  We Deliver Promptly  THE CORNER GROCERY  KELLER BLOCK  Phone 3q  Phone 30  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  ��� Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Phone 1S4 P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.      Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.    Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  CUT FLOWERS gS�����  POT    PLANTS for Christmas Gift.  A FEW BULBS LEFT  Phone es        PALMER & ROGERSON       p.o.BoxH7  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  'Phone 240  P. O Bos 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  V(/p Rpnair   ^*w ^'" Machinery, Factory Machinery,  "    ���   Steam Engine*, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gss  Enginet.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock   Cold  Ro"ed Shafting' Bo,u' 3crew��' Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  also for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK we have engaged the services of sn  automobile expert who has had year* of experience in first-class  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRlE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET - - KELOWNA, B.C. -"-WIT?  id  THUBSDAY JANUARY 8, 1914  KELOWNA RECORD  Stock  Taki  ing  We have in stock certain articles which are  hardly staple.  If you are in need of  any of these articles we  will make you an  Attractive  nee  Brass Articles  M;  anicure  Sets  Brush & Comb Sets  Hand Bags, Etc. Etc.  h>  P. I Hits & Co.  Kelowna,     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  'SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for. a term of twenty-one  years at an annua!' rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leasod to one applicant.  Application for tha lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvsy-  sd territory the tract applied for  ���hall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be aocom-  puniod by a fee of 85 whioh will be  rofunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not o'.luuwiss.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at lbs  rate of five cents per ton.  The psrson operating tho mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights aro. not being operated, i such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but, tbs leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaco rights may be considered neceBsary for the working of  the mino at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bo made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  ff. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  ALFALFA IN ORCHARDS  The seeding of orchards to alfalfa  lias in the past been regarded by most  orchordists as a hazardous risk for  the best good of tho orchard in the  future. However, later i and more thorough investigation reveul striking advantages in favor, of alfalfa ia orchards under cortain definite conditions, la fact, many examples arc now  on record that go to prove, without  a doubt, that profitable returns may  be realized from alfalfa as iatcr or  mulch crop in the orchard.  Analysis of the benefits of alfuifa in  orchards shows a three-fold .vdvantage  to this method for orchard tillage. A  brief summary is as follows:  lly adding nitrogen and humus.  tiy making more plant food available.  By loosening hard subsoils.  Increasing water holding capacity.  As a soil covering during hot, dry  parts of the season.  Prevents rampant excessive, wood  formation.  By ohecking wood growth increases  permanent us well as early fruitage.  Prevents wiutor injury by causing  early maturity.  Increases the color and quality of  most orchard fruits.  In pear orchards is recognized as oue  of tlie approved methods of rnmbttt-.  ing pear blight.  in apple orchards is the most satisfactory remedy known for rosette, little leaf, or winter desiccation.  By compelling earlier and better  fruitage.  By producing from two to eight "tons  of marketable or usable hay per acre.  W. C. AlTKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office j No, 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Jit'-. "TPAL FINANCING UNDER  DISCUSSION IN SASKATCHEWAN  Lobulation devised to afford government  supervision of municipal finaim-!  ing iu under consideration by the leg- j  .stature of    Saskatchewan, sayfi     tho  Victoria Times.    It.    provides for the  appointment of a board of three coin-1  missioner* lo bo styled the board    of .  local   commissioners   with a ten-yoar  tenure of office,    terminable, however,'  by the lieutenant governor on address '  of    the   house.     Associated with   the j  boucd for advisor;? mirpoSdl will'.be   a'  committee of two oiembei'rt, to be   ap-!  pointed    annually���oue    by the exfijOU- ;  tivo of the provincial organization re- j  presenting rural    municipalities,     und,  tho other by the executive of tho provincial organizations    representing urban municipalities.  The commissioners '  are to    be  disqualified    from  holding I  certain securities, such as slock in any  Saskatchewan loan I authority, or interest in any concern dealing in     contracts with  loottli authorities. Thoy also are to   be disfranchised, both    in  municipal ami provincial election*.  The board will have, among others,  the following powers. To inquire into  the merits of any application of a local authority for permission to raise  money by way of debenture or upon  security of stoek, and to grant or refuse such permission; to act as agent I  for any local authority in selling its  debentures of stock; tp manage the  sinking fund of any local authority  which desires to entrust the sumo .to  the management of the board; to supervise (hi> expenditure of moneys  borrowed by local authority under  this act; and to obtain from a local  authority nl any time a statement in  Lb, liabilities, receipts  ���Just as alfalfa in orchards may be  come highly beneficial as well as R-'jdetail of its ass  nancially profitable, there is danger of and expenditure,  it becoming very detrimental' to the While gem-rally .-ominending the !e-  permanent good of tho orchard. K\- gislntion. the Mom-lary Times points  ninples of this kind aro frequently to out thai the provincial government  be found whore alfalfa is sown umong piobniiiy will find it unwise and un-  very young trees or too close to trees satisfactory to act as agent in selling  that are not .especially vigorous. An-,the debentures of local authorities' iu  other danger is sometimes seen in over-  irrigated orchnrds, cs,; oclftTly wherri  large quantities of water aro applied  for the benefit of the alfalfa    regardless of the welfare of the trees.  Coder no circumstances should alfalfa be sown In non-Irrigated orchards  unless the soil is extremely well sub-  irrignted.  Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister  Agricdlturo, has announced that  Dominion exhibition of 1011 will  held in Victoria.  i  1  ��������������  m  Kelowna Opera House  WEDNESDAY, January 14  the pro.  reported  tho pro | it  contends.  ice, Having examined and  n a proposer! municipal loan  ' duty of the government, it  will  have   been fulfilled.    It  also emphasizes the importance of  eliminating politics from the administration of (the proposed setvlce.  KNOHMOIS AMOUNT OF GLASS TO  BE USED IN PANAMA-PACIFIC  EXPOSITION BI'JIJHXGS  The  Missouri  Girl  A Laughing Panic with  Zeke and Daisy  The Funniest of all stage characters, a la " MUTT and JEFF'  Musically Great  Elabarate Scenery and Effects  Dramatically Brilliant  Come and refresh yourselves in the waves of merriment of two hours plunge in  an ocean of hilarity  PRICES:   75c. and $1;  Children, 25c.  Reserved Seat Sale at Crawford's Store  Mora ilian a thousand tons of glass  will be Used in the construction of tho  buildings at the I'unama-I'acific International Imposition, 550 tons having  already been contracted for to he used  on eight of tho main exhibit palaces.  j In the machinery palace alone there  are 88,000 panes of glass in the facades now installed and 05,000 sipiaro  jfoel of jrlnsB in the skylights. When  it is considered that 1,000 Ions of  glass in panes of tho average thickness would cover nn automobile road.  j eight feet wide from San Francisco In  ;T.os Angeles, a distance of five hundred miles, nnd leave ipirto n bit over,  some idea of the immensity of these  figures may lie gained.  Our Equipment  is First Class for  ���assasaijinsaaajaisaMiTaissii I 3 ������    M     Ma      immwm^mmm^mmmm^mm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmwm  Commercial.Society  and all other kinds of  BOOK AND JOB  PRINTING  Letterheads, Note-  heads, Hand Bills,  Billheads, Envelopes  Dodgers, Business  cards, Visiting cards  Tickets, Wedding  cards, Circulars, in  fact, anything in the   line of   MANY (Till'. HOOT Kl'LF!  Can you, without pencil or paper, do  littlo problem in cube root; that is,  can vou treat it as mental arithmetic?  It is very easy. Forget all the rules  in arithmetic books anil consider for a  'moment tho following method described by an Knglish mathematician.  First of all, it is osscntial to memorize tho 'cubes of tho number from 1  |to 9. The cube of 1 is I, of 2 is H,  of 3 is 27, of I is 64, of S is 125, of  6 is 21(1, of 7 is 313, of 8 is 512, of 9  is 72(i. Observe that the oulies of 1,  1, 5, 6, nnd I) end with I, I, 5, 6, and  9; that the oubo of 2 ends in eight nnd  that of 8 in 2; that of 3 in 7 and that  of 7 in 3. When you hnve a number  of which you must extract the cube  root look first nt tho thousands. For  example, take the number 185,193,  The thousands are 185. The oube of  5 is 125, of 6, 216; therefore it is obvious that the number you want is  between 50 and 60. Ignore all the  other figures except the Inst. This being n 8 you know that your last figure is 7. So the answer is 57.  I Take again (ho number 12,107. In  tho top line of thousands aro 12, The  oube of 2 is 8; of 3, 27. Thoreforo the  first figure must be 2. Again skipping  to the last figure, u 7, you know you  want a 3, giving 23 as the oube root  of 12,167. In the same way a moment's thought will give you 25 as the  cubo root of 15,625. And (he answer  23-25. It is probably by this mothod  that many of the phenomonal "lightning calculator's work.  The utility of the above rule will  tie found to bo greatly circumscribed  when ,it is seen that it will only work  in tho oass of numbers that are perfect cubes of integers.  Human hair gets its red color from  nn excess of sulphur in Its composition.  Commercial Printing  Try our Classified Advertising Columns for  the following:  Situations Wanted  Help Wanted  For Rent (tenants wanted)  For Rent (premises wanted)  Property for Sale  Property for Exchange  Property Wanted  Money to Loan  Loans Wanted  For Sale (miscellaneous)  Wanted to Buy (miscellaneous)  1 Business Directory  Professional Directory  The Kelowna Record  i ���sBssJPI  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 1914-  r  WANTED!  FOR SALE-Good roomy cutter.  ply, 0.  H. Leathley, Rutland.  ' Prepaid Katos: 2 cents par word  first insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less thaa 25 cents.  All classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to tha cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may bo received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR SALE.���New Wiaohesti  special), also    nearly new  man kodak.    Apply bos  cord olTicc.  r rifle (32  3-A Easrt-  'E.F"   Re-  x  Ap- WILL TRADE good two-seatud detno-  x      crat for 4-foot wood.    Apply to W.        P. Meredith, t'itv Transfer. 6tf.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOR SALE��� 20 acres fine fruit and  hay land, six miles from Ivciownu on  Vernon road; also 7-foomed house  and two fine building lots ouWilson  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lake  view hotel.  23ti,  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid farm property close to Ke-  iowna, comprising 21 acres (5 acres in  nrchuril, pears, plums and prunes,. Iial  unco in meadow). Finest soil, free ir-  ligation. Splendid location, good house  with good well. Tcum, implements,  i.ud household effects, with quantity of  food can also be included in sale. The  trms spread over three years. Furrier Information can bo given at Re-  i 'i"J office. x  GOODS FOR SALE  l*0R SALE- Ono l'otulumu 210 egg  incubator. The most expensive d n-  cliine made. Several patent labor-  saving devices, with patent-flame control, using about one-third amount  oil usually required. Also large size  Peerless hot-water brooder. ��35.00  for both. Apply. C II. Leathley.  Rutland, x  FOR SALIC - Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, and second cut Clover. Delivered or in Btack. Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Rnnch. 44 tl.  HAY FOR SALr, - $18.00 per ton  in tho stack. 0. A. Paarae, Creek-  side. 45tf.  FOR SALE.���Dry cord wood, pine and  fir, guaranteed dry, S2.50 tier rick  delivered. P. 0. Box 449. 'Phone  2206. 3tl.  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTKD- Girl for gene  Apply P.O. Box 32H.  al housework  7-8  WANTED.- Capable girl. Apply afternoons, Mrs. .1. Gibli, Kllis street or  'Phone 00. 7  WANTED.��� Qualified teacher for Bear  Crock school. Salary (65 per month.  Apply H. C. Childers, Box 211, Kelowna. 5-7  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  HOUSE FOR RENT - On Pendozi  street 8 rooms, furnace, cleotric light  and water. Very convenient and  warm. Has one acre land and stab  les, shod and ice house. Apply G.A  Fisher, Crowley Block. ltf  PO RENT.��� (i loomed cottage on Abbott St., Apply Wis. I..I'.. Todd, 7-S  WANTED  SHORTHAND  Simplified Pitman's Shorthand. Four  months course given at Kelowna by the  late principal of the "Royal Shorthand school, Victoria, B. C., daily  (Saturdays excepted), both morning,  afternoon mid evenings, commencing  January 5th. The Touch System of  typewriting taught, also English composition and punctuation. For full  particulars call Monday and Tucwlay  from 10 a.m. Upstairs, Room C>, K��l  tcr block.  NoticeofSale  The  Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church.  Holy Communion, first and third Sundays in tht  month it 8 tun.; ������cond and fourth Sunday*, after  Morninr Prayer.  Litany on the firtrt and third Sundava.  Morning Prayer at II  o'clock;  Evening Prayer at  7.30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  First and third Sunday in month, Holy Communion  at 8 a.m.   Matins and Litany. . 1 a.m.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Marina and Holy Communion at 11  Evenaong 7:30  REV. T1IOS. GREENE. B.A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Aiiiitsnt Print  In the Matter of Geo. A. Bowser,  Kelowna, B.C., Insolvent  WANTKD���To trade, a nice little driving horse, weighing about 1000 lbs.,  and si in cash for farm horse 1200  lbs. or over. A. 11. Johnston, Hut-  land. 5*7  WANTKD���   llmisi'wnrk by  thehouror  month.  Apply Box "I*"  Record.     7  MISCELLANEOUS  STKAYKD-To mv H-- 'el lull oalf.  seems to bo gentle. n<> enr-markK.  Owner con have same by nroving  property and '-    oxpenscs.     M.  Horeron. RWison, B, C. "if  South Kelowna Land Co.  MISSION RANCH  Horses   taken  in  for   winter  feed at $4 per month.  Reduction for  large numbers.  R. S. HALL  Telephone* Mgr of Rnnch?���.  I louse 75.  Ranch 2305. 7lf.  Sale by Public Auction  ON  Saturday. January 17th, 1914.  At 11 o'clock, a.m.  At Stockwell's Auction Rooms  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C.,  the following property an per inventory���  Mot<f n<i.it. Heavy Team Wanons, Harness's, Sled, Plow, Harrows, Cultivator*,  jackf, Chains, Grass Ropr, Wite Cables,  Stump Puller, Nails, Shovels, Fork*-, Hues,  Iron Bars, Glaus. Office Furniture, Household Furniture, and manv other niticles  used by builder.-. TERMS CASH  ANTHONY TEMPLK, Solicitor,  Assignee.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelownn.  MotninK Service* at 11 a.m.; evening ���enricn��il7.30  p.m.   .Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  WerMy Prnyet Meeting on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.  Rev. A. DUNN, B.D.. Pastor.  BEKV0UU9 PBESBYTE11IAN  enraen  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.       Sunday School 2 pm.  RUTLAND  Service 11 n.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GI ENMORE  Sn vice >A') p.m.       Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev. J. ROWAN O'ERIEN. Pastor.  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabhalli S'mrf nt 11 a.m. nnd 7:311 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek artvice Wednesday at 8 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kclowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.  Snbbnth S.rvires at II a.m. and 7:30 p.m  Sabbath School at 2.30 p m.      All wrlcomn  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Walsh, Pastor.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS-AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  ALL  ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. C>x's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH     -     Proprietor  CHEESE  It has often been aaid that One Pound of Cheeie contains infinitely mote nutriment than one pound of fresh meat.  This is a fact, the reasot for which ia plain. Everyone knows  the value ot milk aa a food, and that it ia possible to live on  milk alone for years because milk contains practically all  that is essentially required by the human system.  One pound of cheese is made from approximately one  gallon of milk, hence, contains the caaein and the milk fat  that is in a gallon of milk.  Cheese is used aa a food in many countries lo a very  great extent, and produces hardy, hearty men and women  (take Italy for example). We handle many lines of Cheese,  the greatest seller being, of course, our own  Canadian Cheese  Made at Ingersoll, the Milk Centre of Ontario.  Cat by a sanitary cheese cutter 25c. per lb.  McLaren's Imperial Cheese  In Jars  20c, 35c. and 65c.  Edam  Made in N >rth Holland. A hard round cheese, ? I.10  Gruyere  Made in Switzerland, and possesses a full nutty  flavor.     Made in enormous hoops 50c. per lb.  Roquefort  Made from sheeps' milk as far back as the Norman  Conquest in the Roquefort caves of Italy...60c. lb.  Oka  Made in Quebec. We have not stocked this one,  but we can secure it tor you on shoit notice,  Limberger  In pound bricks. A Belgian Cheese, nicely  ripened 40c. per brick  Roman Cheese  A hard dry Italian Cheese, possessing a salt flavor  and peculiarly adapted for use in Macaroni and  Cheese 50c. per lb.  Any other kind of Cheese which you may wish we think  we can procure for you from a firm of Italian warehousrmen  who make a specialty of Foreign Cheeses.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Beautiful  COME AND SEE  OUR NEW GOODS AND  LOW PRICES  ^  THEY WILL  COMPEL YOU TO BUY  AND BUY LOTS  WE will start a Sale on January 3rd which will continue until January 17th  both days inclusive, in which every article in the store will be Marked  Down with the Exception of Rubbers. This sale includes Boots and  Shoes, Trunks and Suit Cases, Men's Furnishings, Clothings, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Overcoats, Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Blouses, Underwear, woollen goods of  all kinds, Staples, Blankets, Evening Gowns���in fact, everything will be marked  down to the lowest possible Cash price consistent with high-class merchandise.  Blankets  and  Comforters  Thomas Lawson, Limited  KEAI, EIDERDOWN COMFORTERS  KHN.Ofl reduced to   .   ��I4.40  ISOfl        "      "    IJt.Ow  le.te     "    "   8.00  T.M        "      "    R.TS  t.M        "      "    S.T5  FLANNELETTE SHEETS,  WHITE AM) GREY  11-4   12.111 reduced to ..  ���    #1 15  11-4     I.TS       "     " ..      1.40  164      1 SO        "      "   ���  I.M  WOOL BLANKETS  Every pair up to standard and lull  weight.            '   ���  WHITE SCOTCH WOOL  1011..   kXIO.OO rcduosd to   .    T.50  WHITE CANADIAN WOOL  .81b.   S8.M reduced to ....  .    0.40  GREY. ALL WOOL  lib.   II.SO reduced to    Mb.     4.00 reduoed to    4.11  3.M  Mackinaw Coats  ��8.00 Values reduced to     M-40  T.00     "        "             5.M  ��.00     " "          4.80  5.M     " "         4.40  Sheep Lined Coats  1*00 " "         9.(0  10.00 "        "      8.00  8.00 '"   ��.40  T.M        "        "         CM  6.M " "           4.M  Men's Suits  and Overcoats  Men's SM.M Suits Rcduosd    I44.M  H.M M.M  M.M " MM  M.M     " 18.M  I8.M " 14.40  1��.M " 14.00  IS.M " 0.(0  Heavy Underwear  Tha knife goes j��� j,���p on these lines,  NTANFIELD'S  Blaok Label M.M reduced    II 80  Blus       "       l.TI       " 1.40  Rsd I.M       " I.M  Sweater Coats  Many linos ol these are still unbroken, comprising such well known makes  as "Dr. Jaeger" "Acme", "Vancouver  Knitting Co." "Dunnvllle", and others  at the sntno ridiculous prices.  Combinations  Combinations in all the winter  weights at proportionately the Sams  reductions. W�� carry in stock "Watson's", "Psnnngle", "Turnhnll's Cee-  t*e". ".laeger", "Gold Fleece" "Towers Silk" and "Silk and Wool*", and  *Watson'�� Spring Neodlp."  /  Evening  Gowns  These comprise the very latest and  nattiest the best makers oan produce  and positively the last word in style.  In (act these are so new that we had  to buy them from photographs in order to got delivery.  VALUE AT 0.M.M PALE PINK  PAILLETTE, drapod with Silk  Ninon to match. Made with a lovely pink net Tunic embroidered in  gold beads. With a square-out neck.  Medium low.  S|ieclal Price      MS.IO  AT 140.00. CORN COLOR BROCADED  SATIN draped in Pale Yellow  Ninon embroidered in Silver beads,  and fringe. Made very dainty with  a low neck, hinged with Rose beads  Special Price'    MT.M  AT MT.M. PINK PAILLETTE BILK  draped very prettily with Ninon  do Sol. Skirt is caught up on either aids with a large bead buckle.  Bodice is made with a lacs yoke  embroidered in dainty Blue and  Pink flowers.  Special Pries     I18.M  Many other styles whioh are Indescribably pretty and just such reductions.  It will pay you to come every  ing while this sale lasts, as during tho  process ol stocktaking many bargains  go on the counters daily. REMNANTS  ol Tabling, Sheeting,' Cotton Prints,  Zephyrs, Muslins, Delaines, Embroideries, Laoes, Towslings, Dress Goods,  Serges, Tweeds, and Curtain Goods.  SEE OUR TABLES OP  BLOUSES, CHILDREN'S DRESSES.  WOOL WEAR, CORSETS, BOOTS  AND SHOES, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR  FELT SLIPPERS. K1M0NA8. HOSIERY AND SOX.  mmm  mWi


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