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 ^T  PAGE TWO  KBLOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 24th, 1917.  1  **    PROFESSIONAL AND  ������        BUSINESS CARDS  ^..#.s��..��������a..����ais<iia m) una���-�����������������������>����������������'��������������>���������  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  ha. resumed hi. teaching classes and will  receive  pupils as  before in his studio  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR H BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. C.iji. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Work.  Applications lor Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 & 216 Room 1,Leckie Hlli.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  KELOJuiNH RECORD  PnbUaLnd tvwy Thursday at  British Columbia  Kalowna,  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  ll.RO    per   year:    ~fto.,   six    months.   United  States SO cents additional.  All mbsoriDtions payable in advance  Subscribers   at   the reirular m*��   can have  -Mm papers mailed to friends ai a distance  nt   HALF RATE, i.e., 75 oents per year.  This  upeclal   privilege    in   granted    lor    thi  mirtxiHft of advertising the citv nnd district.  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE   NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL CARDH  ETC.. 1,6 cents per column inch per week.  I.AND AND TIMBER NOTICK3-S0 days. |rY  flO davs 17.  tVATKR NOT10BB-49 lor five Insertions.  LEGAL   ADVERTISINO-First    ineertioo.    1��  cents per  line: each subsetinent  insertion. H  pouts  por  tine.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 rant-  per  wurd     firttt insertion,   1   oent oer won!  each suhgemient insertion.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Two   Inches  and under, SO cents per Inch liral   insertion  over two inches   10 rents per  inch  liivt   in  nertion:    20  cents  ner  Inrh  each   eubseouent  InwrtloD,  All changes in contruct ndverlinementg muni  ii" in the Imndx o( the printer bv Tuesday  evening   io   ensure    publication   id   tho   tiext  Westbank News  (From our own -  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate! Furnished for all classes  of work  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Bo* "81 Kelowna, B.C.  Your health and comfort demand  Screen Doors and  Windows  that lit.   I make doors lhat neither  sag or warp, and are made to last.  Call in and see  S. M. SIMPSON  One door south Firehal). Phone 312  KELOWM-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows :  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���    Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  Leaoes Keloiona II a.m.  Leaoes Westbank 11,30 a.m.  TERMS GASH  L. HAYMAN  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2i years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and this experience iu  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone Wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should see  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I. Leckie Block, is acting as  agent in  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements ior conducting of sales  Phone 217  Mr. J. H. Campbell made a trip  to Kelowna on Wednesday by tlie  ferry.  Mrs. Linslrom and her daughter  Ida were passengers to Kelowna  Friday.  Mr Steele has been busy this  week grading the road from West-  bank to the ferry, wilh A. W. Joslyn and H. Brindle as teamsters.  Mr. Hughes, of Kelowna, was  here this week looking over the  orchards with a view to the purchasing of fruit this coming season  We are pleased to see Mrs  Clarke is able to get out again  She paid a visit to her home here  ihis week accompanied by her  daughters, Mrs. Henry Drought,  and Miss M. Clarke.  Mr. Chesboio is on the war path  again. He is determined to extinguish that formidable enemy of  ours the codlin moth. After examining the fortifications around  the trees he is busy getting the  machine guns ready for the prey  (spray).  Mr. McDonald, of the B.C. Fruit  Growers Association, was touring  round the district and sizing up  the crop last week, estimating the  approximate yield of the various  crops with an idea to the erection  of a packing house this season. It  is believed he has secured quite a  few of the orchards already.  We esteem Mr. Bughman to be  a good judge on lhe subject of  crop estimation. He was up from  Penticton the other day and while  here tot k a look over the orchard  of Mr. Scot Blackwood, giving his  estimate of apples in that orchard  to be around 2,500 boxes, not to-  mention cherries, plums, peaches,  &c, bile it is recognized he has  the best vinery in the district. It  ooks aa if he were coming into  his own this year.  Considerable excitement was  aroused on Tuesday night when it  was known the P.-O. authorities  were asking for tenders for the conveying of the mail from the post  office to the wharf at Gellatly in-  stead of Westbank as usual, as it  was the intention of the C.P.R. to  discontinue calling here with their  steamer Sicamous either north or  south bound.  As a result of the foregoing announcement it was decided to hold  a meeting of the inhabitants of the  district, which was held in the  schoolhouse on Thursday night, at  7.30, when Mr. John Davidson  who is our old timer, was unanimously voted to the chair. He  said this was not the first time they  had tried to wipe them off the map,  Bill Provides For Proportional Representation  On Friday last a bill whs introduced  into the House by the Hon. Mr. Farris  acting attorney general, which made  provision for allowing municipnlit ioa  to adopt proportional reprtwontation  in munioipal elections. It nay* iiai  in case a petition from five* per cent  of lhe electors of a municipality qual  ified to vote is presented to the coun  cil asking that the opinion of the  electors be obtained by way uf plebiscite as to the advisability of bringing  the act into force, a by-law to that  effect shall be submitted, and. if passed  the act will thereby become law. Ch*  the act may be made effective in any  municipality on resolution of the  council passed by a majority of three  fifths of the members present.  For the purposes of the aot each  municipality shall be considered aa  one ward. Each elector will havo one  vote only, and in giving ii Ha will  signify his choicb of candidates by  marking the figure "1" opposite his  lirst choice, and if he desire* two or  more choices, the figures '%" "3," etc.  down the|Hst of candidates in order of  his preference. There shall be separato  ballot papers for mayor, aldermen  trustees, police and license commission-  era, and for any elective office.  FIRST KELOWNA SCOUTS HOLD  ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT  (Continued bom Pal* 1.)  (Vlnformation u the hands ol trie  Belgian government is to the died  that all males between the ag��3 of 16  and 66 in the province of Luxemburg  have been deported for work in France  and Germany in the environs ol ths  frontier. A census of women also has  been taken. The able-bodied will be  compelled to work in tho fiald, roiilao-  ing men. mothers with infants \v 11 be  allowed to remain at home and the  of the German authorities. In ths  census no -distinction has been made  regarding social standing.  The production of butter, cheese  and eggs along the line of the Canadian Northern Railway in the  three provinces of Manatoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta showed an  increase of shipments in 1916 from  1915 of 1,605 tons of butter, 79  tons of cheese and 583 tons of  eggs.  The annual convention of th  Western Canada Irrigation Association will be held in Maple Creek,  Saskatchewan, on August 1st, 2nd  and 3rd, 1917. The acting secretary of the association is Robert J.  C. Stead, Calgary, Alberta.  The British transport Cameronia  with troops, was torpedoed by an  enemy submarine in the eastern  Mediterranean on April 15. One  hundred and forty men are missing and are presumed to have  been drowned. The survivors of  the Cameronia say the vessel was  torpedoed in fine, calm weather in  the afternoon. The submarine was  not sighted.  The Vatican is informed that the  upper classes in Austria are now  convinced that Germany ia prepared to betray Austria to save Germany in the peace negotiations.  Thus the Emperor and the classes  are united (or the first time in demanding peace.  LI. ONE  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  but it mu't be a light to the finish  this time (loud and uproarious applause). The meeting waa then  thrown open for discussion on the  subject, and after quite a lively  time Mr. Maason Russell produced  a resolution which was read to the  meeting and eventually adopted.  A committee was appointed to see  lhat a copy of it was sent to the  following: Hon. Martin Bun ell,  Premier Brewster, Hon.John Oliver  The Post Master General, the  Chairman of the Railway Commission, and to Supt. Peters, manager  of the western division of the C.P.R  and to report upon the matter as  soon as Supt. Peters replied.  Mr. Masson Russell was over to  Kelowna Friday getting the resolution typed to send away to the  respective places and after being  duly signed were sent away.  Japan Rice  A 5 an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively. -  1 ry our newly-arrived,clean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone 112  drifted away from the troop. Two  others had enlisted and the other  five left the district. They had also  lost two assistant scout- masters,  Mr. Keown, who had been a great  help to Mr. Weddell, had enlisted,  and Mr. Thomas had gone to the  coast. Another assistant scout  master had previously enlisted,  Mr. Jepson. The troop was smaller, but every one of them was a  real scout and keen for the work.  Mr. Heneage said that last year  to his great regret, he had been  unable to be present at the Kelowna scouts' entertainment, but he  had determined to be here at all  costs this year, and had refused a  pressing invitation from the Victoria troop in order to come to  Kelowna. He spoke of the great  difficulties which had been created  for the movement in B.C. by the  war, owing to the enlistment of so  many of their officers. The great  problem at the present time was  to find suitable officers to carry on  the work. The value of the scout  training was now universally recognized, and it was owing to such  men as Scout Master Weddell that  they had been able to carry on as  well as they had under the present  trying conditions.  The ceremony of presenting the  stars and badges was then gone  through each boy approaching and  saluting in his turn as the decoration was handed to him.  First stars were presented to  Cubs Ralph Ball, Earl Wilson,  Howard Leathley, Hugh McKenzie, Elwvn Williams, William Akeroyd, John Aitken, Lloyd Cunningham, Harold Cunningham and  Eddie Pettigrew.  To the scouts- Second-class badges were presented to Seconds L.  Day, C. Gaddes and L. Gaddes,  and Scouts R. Oykes, F.Sinkinson,  E. Hunter, N. Marshall, S. Whitehead, C. McKenzie, C. Rowcliffe,  C. Copeland and I. Thomas.  Scout Tom Taylor gained the  distinctions of First-Class Badge,  Cook's Badge and All-Round Cord  (grade A); Second C. Gaddes lhe  Swimmer's Badge; Scouts C. McKenzie and R. Dykes the Cyclists'  Badge.  This ceremony concluded, an  amusing sketch "April Fools," was  given by Patrol Leaders James  Calder and Tommy Snashall, and  Assistant Cub Master Francis Buck.  The misunderstandings which  arose between a gentleman who  was anxious to dispose of a  marriageable daughter, another  who wanted to purchase a horse,  and another who sought to bury a  deceased young lady caused some  real funny situations, which were  handled with real talent, and the  three actors were loudly applauded.  Next came a tilting match from  chairs instead of canoes. The padding coming off one of the lances,  however, brought this to an abrupt  termination, just as it was beginning to get interesting.  A concluding chorus, "Pack up  your troubles in your old kit, bag,  and smile, smile, smile," was a  characteristic Scout song, and was  well rendered.  Scouts and Cuba then lined up  at the salute'and led in the National Anthem.  The whole affair was most successful and enjoyable, and great  credit is due to all who had any  hand in its arrangement.  Mrs. Calder, Mrs. Duggan, and  Miss E. Jones, the latter as accompanist, were presented on the sec.  ond day with floral bouquets from  the scouts aa acknowledgement of  their invaluable assistance. Mr. G.  S. McKenzie also deserves hearty  thanks for his training of boys in  their songs, their excellent rendering of these being eloquent testimony to the thoroughness of his  tuition.  As previously announced, the  proceeds of the concert are devoted chiefly to providing the necessary funds for the annual summer  camp, which is to be held as usual  during the summet holidays. It  is likely that the troop will go  to the same camping grounds as  last year, viz., Cedar Creek. In fact  it would be difficult to find a better place for the purpose.  In prosperity, prepare for a  change;jn adversity hope for one.  Serious Losses from  Late  Fruit prices in the Northwest are  expected to pehigh this year, especially prices of soft fruit, because  of the heavy losses by frosts in  California. ,  This is the opinion of fruit dealers of Spokane who have received  word that more than $5,000,000  damages was done there last week  California papers announce that  50 per cent, and perhaps 70 per  cent, of the apricots were destroyed, and 40 per cent, of the raisin  and wine grapes. Prunes in some  sections were a total loss, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.  The salmon fishers in the Fraser  river are being seriously pestered  by hair seals which rob the nets.  Thirty-five thousand high school  pupils in the State of   Washington  Will Investigate Soldies* Voff  A resolution has been passed b  the House at Victoria arrangin  for a complete investigation inl  the soldiers' vote en the Prohib  tion question. The report of th  commission which will condui  the investigation is to be presente  to a special session of the Houi  to be convened not later than Al  gust 15 th. Although not so state  in the official resolution the Pren  ier announced that if the repo  showed irregularity in the takin  of the soldiers' vote, the Legislate  would be asked to pass the proh  bition bill at this adjourned sessio  to come into effect on October I'  The Board of Trade   of Hami  ton haa added a farmers' sectioi  The United States loaned Russi  one    hundred   million     dollar  Although rumored for some wee)  -   -        ...     r    ������     .    i.     i the loan is a distinct surprise.   It  are enrolling for  agricultural war beHeved ,He growing unregt  h(  service under a proclamation by  Governor Lister. The students  will help harvest Washington crop  The number of men killed in the  war thus far was estimated at seven  millions bv Arthur Henderson,  member of the War Council, in an  address at Richmond. He estimat-  the total casualties of the war to be  in excess of the United Kingdom.  (The population of the United  Kingdom, according to the census  of 1911 was 45,370,530.)  growing unrest  caused a sudden decision to giv  immediate financial aid to the pr<  visional government.  The Russian provisional goven  ment declared to-day that it wa  united in the rejection of a sepa  ate peace and that it adop's as i  aim the re-establishment of a gei  era! peace which will not ten  either to domination over othi  nations or to the seizure of the  national posseasions-a peace wit]  out annexations or contributions.  THE CORPORATION  CIVIC HOLIDAY  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Municipal  Council has proclaimed THURSDAY, JUNE 7th, a Civic  Holiday, to enable all owners and occupants of property to  assist in a GENERAL CLEANING-UP OF THE CITY.  On June 8th a thorough inspection of all property will  be commenced. Those who have failed to have all garbage  removed from their premises by that date will render themselves liable to the penalties imposed by the Health By-Law,  Citizens may obtain the services of the City Scavenger  for the removal of garbage by leaving their ordeis at the  office of the City Clerk and paying to the Scavenger his customary fee for such work.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  May 22nd, 1917.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter sillier  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent lettarsthe'worde  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Ths tact is also emphasised that all butter  in such packages must  be ol tha full not weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fins of from $10 te $30  for each offence ia imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even whan mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains He label  though it be mixed  with ths creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100PA^BSnMG$l.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there is no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record ��� THTJBSDAY, MAY 24th, 1917.  kblowna rmat*  tmt, TBxtSE  ROSES, BULBS  SHRUBS, ROOTS, SEEDS  Hardy Irish Hybrid Tea Ron Bashes, Gov't choice, 5 best  kinds, $2.60.  Hardy Hybrid Tea Rose Bashes, aov't second choice, 5 sorts $2.00  Hardy Climbing Rose Bushes, including Ramblers, etc., all  kinds, each 35c, 50c.  Hardy Garden Rose Bushes, fragrant,      10 varieties, for 52.25  Hardy Moss Rose Bushes,      any color, strong S-ysar-old, each 40o  Tuberous Begonia Bulbs, 0 colors, large single flowers,  eaoh 12c, 4 for 40c.  Giant Gloxinias, Scarlet, Blue, spotted, White, any color,  each 18c, 10 for $1.50.  Giant Cactus Dahlia Roots,     newest blooms, any shade, each 25c  Grand Show Dahlias,  test collection.each25c, 10 grand sorts S2.15  Gold Medal Gladioli Mixture, finest flowers, no two alike,  10 for 85c, 100 $6.00.  Superb  General  Gladioli  Mixture,  popular  assortment,  10 bulbs 60o,100 $3.60.  Fine Mixed Gladioli Bulbs, best for the money.. 10 bulbs 26c,  100 $1.76.  Hardy Phlox Roots, most beautiful kinds, all different colors,  each 20c, 10 for $1.75. <,..;  Gorgeous Double Paeony Roots, newest and best, all shades,  eaeh25c, 40c. ...  Auratum lily Bulbs, hardy, golden banded, crimson, white,  each 20c, 10 for $1.75.  Clematis Vines, hardy, large flowering sorts, any color,  ,    each 50c and 76c.  Boston Ivy Vines, clings to any wall each 30c and 50c  Hardy Hydrangea Grandiflora Shrubs, grandest of all,  each 30c, 10 for $2.00.  Spirea Van Houttel Shrubs, make gorgeous hedge.each 25c,  10 for $2.00,100 for $18.50.  Herbert Red Raspberry Bushes, unexcelled for size, flavor  and yield, 3 for 40c; 100 for $7.50.  Famous Golden Bantam Sweet Table Seed Corn. Pkg. 10c,  lb. 40c, 4> lbs. $1.90. ��  XXX Earliest Table Marrow Peas, luscious, high quality,  4 ozs. 15c, lb. 40c, 5 lbs. $1.90.  Rennie's Stringless Wax Butter Beans, superb... .4 ez. 15c,  lb. 60o, 6 lbs. $2.40.  "Pakro" Seedtape.   "You plant it by the yard."  2 pkts. for 25c.   Ask for descriptive list.  Rennie's Seed Annual Free to All. Delivery Free in Canada.  Order through your LOCAL DEALER or direct from  Wm. [.ENN1E Ce.,Limited  1138. Homer Street, Vancouver  MONTREAL      -      WINNIPEG  RENNIE'S SEEDS  ALSO AT TORONTO  BANKfflSfflTREAL  ESTABLISHED IS* YEARS (1817  Capital Paid up       .      116,000,000  Rest      .... 16,000,000  Total Assets (Oct. 1916) 365,215,541  Dominion Government  War. Savings Certificates can  and should be purchased by  everyone who can accumulate from $21.50 upward  in a Savings Account in the  Bank of Montreal.  HEAD Office.MONTREAL.  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt, British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  P. DtHoslia,   Haiufsr,  Kelowna Brock,  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Anutrsni,  Eassrsj.  ���     Pesliclon,  ���      Princeton.  SnsnssrhsA  Vtrsse.  Notice to Car Owners  CHANGE OF  BUSINESS  The stock and epuipment of the Burbank Motor  Co., Ltd., has been taken over by Chas. E. Smith  who will carry business on in the old stand.  OUR REPAIRING is the kind which gives your car a new lease  of lite.   HAVE YOUR  CAR  LOOKED AFTER HERE, we  shall look for you back, but not so often.  The Chas. E. Smith Garage  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.      Delivery prompt.      Satisfaction fuaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES . - ��� Managing-Director  TOWN ARID COUNTRY NOTES  Miss Robbins was a visitor to  Vernon Saturday.  Mrs. R. S. Sproul was a passenger to Vernon last Friday on a visit  to Mrs. Thompson.  Mr. Tom Forrest arrived from  England Monday after an absence  of two years.  Mrs. R. Knowles and son, who  have been visiting with Mr. and  Mrs.). B. Knowles were passengers  Tuesday for Summerland.  Miss Barnhill of the public school  staff left for Alberta Saturday morning having received news of the  death of her sister-in-law. Miss G.  Hunter has temporarily taken her  place at the school.  As will be noted by an advertisement of the City authorties in  this issue, the date of "Clean-up  Day" has been postponed until  June 7th. This was thought desire-  able owing to its too close proximity to the Victoria day holiday.  For the convenience ot members the Farmers' Institute has procured a stock of application forms  for horses and cattle brands. Also  registration forms for all the breeds  of horses and cattle kept in the district and for sheep, hogs and dogs,  and transfer of ownership forms.  These can be procured any afternoon by calling at the office.  For the purpose of adding  weight to the agitation ot the Board  of Trade for better boat connection  at Penticton which would avoid  the present awkward delay of  twenty-four hours in the trip from  Vancouver to Kelowna, a petition  is being circulated this week to be  forwarded to the proper officials of  the CP.R. and also of the K.V.R.  The matter is also being taken up  with the Vancouver and Victoria  Boards of Trade.  The adoption of the principle of  woman suffrage may have some  far-reaching effects in municipal  matters too, as several important  amendments made recently to the  Municipal Act show. Won en are  not only eligible to fill any position  on the council, including the may  or's chair, but also on the Boards  of Licence and Police Commis  sionera, wlru, by-tKc way, must be  elected in future at the same time  as the aldermen. Hitherto the  Licence and Police Commissioners  have-been appointed by the Attorney General on the recommendation of the council.  Len. Watt was a passenger to  Vancouver Monday.  Mrs. H. H. Millie returned Monday from a visit to Vancouver.  W. T. Ingley, of Summerland, is  listed among the wounded this  week.  Mrs. and Miss J. Johnston left  yesterday for Sapperton where  they will stay for a few months.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Millie went  uy to Armstrong yesterday for a  few days visit.  The local C.P.R. agent has received notification that the adop.  tion of the Summer schedule on  the main line has been postponed*  until June 24th.  A cable on Wednesday last con  veyed the sad news to Mrs. Johnston, of Sutherland Avenue, of the  death of her youngest son James  Murray Johnston, at Calcutta, In  dia. He spent six months with his  mother in Kelowna in 1915. The  sad news came from his brother,  who had just returned to India  from Kelowna and was fortunately  beside him when he died. Much  sympathy is felt for his sorrowing  mother and the family.  ������        ��� '  Weather Report For April  April  Max.  Min.  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'      Styles  JERMAN  Phone 361  HUNT  Kelowna  Result of Analysis of Local  Dairy Milk  Under the provisions of the milk  by-law the taking of milk samples  at intervals is a part of the duty of  the sanitary inspector, and he has  just submitted the following report  to the council :-  Sirs,���In compliance with your  instructions I have taken samples  of milk from the undermentioned  licensed dairymen.  The samples were tested at the  Kelowna Creamery with the following results :-  Petcentage of butter fat:  D. C. Middleton     -      5 per cent  John Birch   -        -   4.4   ���  Robert Ritchie       -   3.5   ���  Edward Hartwick -   3.4   ;,       ���  I have the honor to be, sirs,  your obedient servant,  R. W. THOMAS  Sanitary  Inspector.  N.B.-The city by-law provides a penalty  for supplying milk with less than 3.5 per  cent, butter milk.  Success of Silos io Kelowna  In an article in the Agricultural  Journal for May, Mr. R. J. Ferns  writes: "In 1915 our work was  carried on principally in the Okanagan and Arrow Lake districts,  while a few silos were completed  near the coast. During that season  we built 13 and filled 11. Prior  to 1915 there was only one silo in  the Kelowna district. This had  been filled the previous year, but  through lack of experience all the  silage was lost because of improper filling. After building one demonstration silo at Kelowna, a  considerable number of the same  type were constructed in that district. During a recent visit to Kelowna I met the man who had assisted me in building our demon,  stration silo, and he informed me  that he had since'erected nineteen.  These numerous silos have undoubtedly to a large extent been  responsible for the success of the  creamery at Kelowna, which began  operations in 1915. At present  the District of Chilliwack is the  only part of British Columbia that  possesses more silos than there are  in the Kelowna District.,'  Writing Paper  Special  VOU have been advised of  the advance in price of  paper for nearly two years.  You were no doubt correctly  informed, and the price is  still increasing. We were,  however, able to buy a quantity of boxed paper and envelopes which we will sell  while they last at  25c a box  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. EC.  THE 'DeLAVAU  IS TESTED & TIME PROVED  Why experiment���what's the use of taking chances with a  machine you know very little about ? You know that a  DeLaval is recognised everywhere as the world's standard  We can sell you a DeLaval  Cream Separator  on such terms that it will pay for itself while you use it  W. R. GLENN <5c SON  Pendozi Street  Phone 150  J!  CONGOLEUM RUGS  are SANITARY,  ARTISTIC,  DURABLE and  INEXPENSIVE  Made  in  two  qualities-"Art" and "Utility" Rugs  Approximate |    " Art " Rugs, $ 1.20 per sq. yd.  Price       |    "Utility" ���        90c   ���    ���  Sizes 3x6 ft., 4J x 4�� ft., 6x6 ft., 6x9 ft., 9x9 ft..  9x I0ift.,9x 12 ft.  Congoleum, per sq. yd.  -   75c  For Sale by  Kelowna Furniture Co.  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50        Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  OK.LUMBER CO..Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid eondition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  BUTTER-WRAPPERS  Printed according to requirements on parchment  paper with special ink that will not " run," can be  procured at this office at short notice.  Prices:  100, $1.50 j    200, $2;    500, $3.15;    1000, $4.50  1     '   ?���-^**w""1"''"    MSB ������  PAGE FOUR  KBLOWKA   IECOMJ  THURSDAY, MAT 341K, 1��W,  ( WANTED! 1  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin car, thoroughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.    Apply Jones' Boathouae.  2ltf  FOR SALE, team of geldings, weight 1350  five years old, good workers. Apply  G. R. C. Kerr. Glenmore. 21tf  FOR SALE, 22-ft. Motor Boat, in good  running order. Apply H. Burtch, Kel  owna. 22tr  MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN wanted at  once to assist with store and housework  Work fairly light. Reference will be  required. $20 to start. W. L. Chapman,  Box 124, or Phone 2102, East Kelowna.  22tf   27tf  TO LET���House on Stockwell avenue. 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantry.  Good shed and garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  FOR SALE, two Jersey cows, one 9-year-  old calved one month, other 5-year-old,  due first week in August. Apply J- C  Anderson, East Kelowna. 24tf  WANTED, a girl or woman to assist with  housework and  do good plain cooking.  Apply phone 3107 or P.O. Box 285.  F     : 25-7  FOR SALE, 15,000 good, strong, hardy  Earliana Tomato Plants. Prices on application. Apply Casorso Bros., per A.  Casorso. 25-8  FOR SALE, gasoline launch, " Minnehaha," in first-class condition. Apply  Crawford & Co. 26-7p  FOR SALE, second-hand top buggy, also  road cart, in good repair. Apply R. A.  Copeland, Box 169. 26-7  LOST, small sorrel Mare, white star. Had  halter strap around neck. Shod in front.  Reward.   J. Sewell, Harvey Ave.   26-7  FOR SALE, Top Buggy in good condition,  new last summer. Cost $! !0, will sell  for $75.     Box R, Record Office.    26tf  WANTED,   competent    Bookkeeper     at  once. Apply Box C, Record Office.     27  WANTED, second-hand Bicvcle, in goo-i  condition.   Apply P.O. Box 361.     27-8  WANTED, to hire   by   month,   complete  driving  outfit���pony,   buggy   and   hardness.   Apply Mrs. McLoughry, Richter  Street. 27p  WANTED, furnished Cottage, near lake  shore, for summer months, Apply,  giving particulars, to Box L, Record  Office. x  CARTER'S "TESTED" SEEDS, on sale  at the Greenhouses, Richter Street. Also  perennial plants, early cabbage, cauliflower and rose bushes. 17-19   20tf  Land Registry Act  Re-Title lo Lot 2, Map 603. and Lot 36,  in subdivision of the Eaxt Half of Section  26, township 26, Osoyoos Division of Yale  District, Province of British Columbia.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I  shall atthe expiration of one month from  the date of the first publication hereof issue a certificate of Indefeasible Title in the  name of Ira Earl Clever unless in the  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing, the Holder of tlie following  documents, relating to inter alia tlie above  lands:  A Crown Grant favor Michael Hagan,  dated 24th August, 1887 and covering  said East half section 26, tp 26, Osoyoos  Division Yale District, Province of British Columbia.  B Deed dated 7th March, 1903, Daniel  Rabbitt to John M. Rutland, covering  S.E. quarter said Section 26.  C   Deed dated 25th Junt.   1898,  Bernard  Lequime   to   Daniel   Rohhitt    coveting  inter alia N.E. quarter said section 26.  D Mortgage dated 2nd July, 1898, Daniel  Rabbit to 1 lie Canada Permanent Loan  and Savings Company, of inter alia N.E.  quarter section 26, aforesaid.  E Release dated 13th January, 1905,Can-  ada Permanent Loan and Savings Company to Daniel Rabbitt.  F Deed dated March 7th, 1903, Daniel  Rabbitt to John M. Rutland of inter alia  N.E. quarter section 26. aforesaid,  G Mortgage dated March 7th, 1903, John  M. Rutland to Daniel Kahbitt of inter  alia N.E. qnarter said section 26.  H Release of said mortgage, dated January 7th, 1905, Daniel Rabbitt to John  M. Rutland.  I Deed dated 1st April, 1905. John M.  Rutland to Samuel L. Long et al of  inter alia N.E. quarter said Section 26.  is required to   deliver   the   snme   to   me  forthwith,  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 30th April, A.D. 1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  24-8 District Registrar.  For Your  MILK & CREAM  ���Try  E.  HART WICK  Glengarrack Dairy  Phone 3004  NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LICENCE  Notice is hereby given, that at the next  statutory meeting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna,  B.C., I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply  for a renewal of my licence to Bell liquor  by retail in the premises known as the  Palace Hotel, situated on the north side of  Bernard Avenue, between Water Street  and Pendozi Street, in fheCitv of Kelowna,  B.C. 26-0  ism  tttmm  CONTAINS NO P>1��IJM  Impressions of Army  Hospital Life  TENDERS  Are called for the purchase of the whole  or part of the supply of Buttermilk for six  months from the 1st June next, tenders to  be handed to the secretary on or before  the 31st May. Highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted. Kelowna Creamery,  Limited. 26-7  ICE  Delivered for the season by contract or by the pound.    Apply  HENRY BURTCH  Phone 170  Kelowna  26tf  Automobile For Hire  0. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  Wanted to Buy  Chickens        Ducks        Eggs  QUON TAPE  City Parle Restaurant  IM ). Boa 13 Phone 60  27tf  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS., addressed to  thu I'orrtmnstor General, will be re-  ecivocl at' Ottawa until noun, on Fri-  (lny, Iho '211th .Juno, 1917, lor the conveyance ol His Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed Contract lor four years,  three timeH jKrr week over Vernon Rural llouto No. 1, from the 1st October  next.  Printed notices containing further  information as to conditions of proposed Contract may bo soon anl blpnlt  forum of Tender may bo obtained ��t  thc Post Offices ol Vornon, Oyama,  liuiland, mid Kolowna, and at tho of-  floa of the Post Office Inspector.  .1. F. MURRAY,  Pont Ollice Inspcotcr  Post Office Inspector's Office,  ' Tancouver, fl. 0.,  Hay 18th, 1917,  CAR FOR HIRE  Apply Henry Burtch  Plione 180 Kelowna  27tf  Have a Few Thousand Dollars  to Invest  in snaps. What have you to offer ? Give  all particulars in first letter to Box C.  Record. 23(f-27tf  SEED FOR SALE  Barley  and  Spring Rye  Okanagan Loan  ot  Investment  Trust Company  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  i 'mil niminn rights ol tbe Dominion ta Manitoba, Saskatchewan and AlbiTtu, the Yuko  Territory, the Northwest Territories, end q  nortiou ot the Province o. ilritfeb I'.ilumbia,  mav be leaaed for a terra ol twentv-one yearn  et an aonual rental of tl  an acre. Not  Urore thun 2,600 acres will be loaned to one  applicant.  Application for ths lease rnnst be made bv  the applicant in person to ths Aasnt or Sab-  Airent ol the district in which the rights   ap-  lied Ior are situated.  In surveyed Urritorr the land mart ba do-  cribed bv sections or legal subdivisions ol  actions, and in unsnrveyad territory tho  t-act applied Ior shall be stalt  ! oat by tho  nnlicant himself.  Each application must bs arcomoanled bv a  Iee ot 16 which will be refunded il the nrrhts  ryrplreu for are not available, but not other-  arise. A royalty shall bs paid on the mer-  rarantablo output ot the mine at the rate n[  fie cents ner ton.  Tho person operating tbe mine shall furnish  fttu agent with sworn returns gcconntlng [or  |ro lull quantity ol merchanlabls coal miner!  B'irl pay tire rovaltv thereon. It ths coalmining rrgllts ars not being operated, such  .'turns     shall   be furnished  et ionnt onoe    a  The lease will include the ooal ruining rights  onlv. but tho lessee mav Ire permitted to our-  Chase whatever available surface rights mav  be considered necessary Ior tbe working ol  tho mine nt the rote ot $10 an acre.  For lull Information application should bo  rr.atle to the Secretary ol tho Department o!  lie Interior. Ottawa, or to the Agent or  Bib-Agent ol Dominion lands,  *T.   W. COOT.  Deputy lllnls'er ot tho Interior.  <H; H.���timiuUrorijed publication ol In], ed-  iru-ttiement will not bs ould MM  Standing oul in bold relief from  tlie horrors o( this most horrible of  all wars are to be seen, aye, with  oneB eyes shut, evidences of the  divine-the Christlike qualities ol  humanity.  In no way is this truth more  clearly demonstrated than by the  work done b> the Army Medical  Corps wilh its army of doctors,  nursing sisters and their assistants  generally.  The only experience the wrilei  has had of hospital life of any kind  whatsoever, was gained in a Canadian military hospital in England,  and the impressions received from  that experience might be described  by the words " loving kindness and  cheerful patience. The doctor,  mually spoken of as " the captan  or the " M. C," came round bt a  given hour in the morning when  ihe patients (those who were able  to be up and about) on the command of "Ward "shun I" sprang to  attention for a, moment and then  8 ibsided to an " easy " attitude.  Then began the morning round of  the ward by the captain accompanied by the sister responsible  for the particular treatment of the  various patients.  Despite the more or less military  air and bearing of the M. O. the  Doctor and the man would peep  out, and along with a certain degree  of routine and strictness so to speak,  ���ho prevailing key note of carefulness and kindness was never lost  sight of.  Another pleasing feature of hospital life was the camaraderie that  existed among the boys. They  ilways bore themselves toward  each other wilh a tender rough-  'iess, or a rough tenderness, and  were always ready to share their  "fags", or other luxuries wilh another less fortunate : or wheel in  chairs provided for the purpose a  less fit comrade, to another part of  the ward when desired. Although  the patients were constantly coming and going, new-comer became  almost immediately acquainted  with practically the whole of the  ward, and so the ward came to be  "our" ward.  While a spirit of tender solicitude, quite obviously was exhibited  in the treatment of the sick and  wounded; woe betide the "lead  swinger," the malingerer, who  would fain have made of the hospital a "funk hole" Patients of  this description immediately fell in  the estimation of staff and fellow  patients alike, and needless to aav  once they were definitely found  out their departure from hospital  very soon followed.  It would not be right, but even  if it were, I could not refrain from  commenting on the devotion of  the nurses to their work of mercy-  their labcurs of love. They never  seen.ed "fed up," or bored wilh  their work at all, but undertook all  the varied duties of their office  with such an alert ail of cheerfulness, that it was a pleasure and a  joy just to see them going around.  The tact too with which a sister  would get a patient to swallow his  medicine, almost with an appearance of relish, was good to see.  To observe these 'vomnn at their  work, and to experience their services is nt once a recreation ami  an inspiration.  Indeed the whole work of the  C.A.M.C. including as it does the  saving of life and limb, of reason  and sight (and in this statement I  would include the work of the Re d  Cross) goes far to show that in this  sorro ' ing old world of ouia  there  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "i�� prepared*     Kelowna Troop    Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by Pioneer. May 22nd, 1917  Duties: Orderly Patrol for week, Cur  lews;   next for duty, ^Beavers.  Parades: The combined troop will  parade at the Club Room on Friday,  the 1st of June, at 7.15 p.m., and at  the same place on Saturday, the 2nd  of June at 2.30 p.m.  At tbe time ol writing all the returns from theisale ol tickots have not  been brought in, so we are unable to  say just how we did financially at our  concert, but in next week's oolumu wa  lope to be able to announce our gross  and net receipts. We are Very much  indebted to Mrs. Calder and lira. Dug'  gan. Miss Jones and Mr. MoKenzie, for  their services so Ireely and kindly given to us, and which enabled us to  make thia year's entertainment a great  success. We also wish to thank the  Presbyterian Sunday School ior (he  loan of their curtains, the Kelowna  Furniture Co., P. B. Willits & Co.,  and the Aquatic Association lor tha  loan oi material, and lastly,, but by no  means least, Mr. Gordon and hia P-ask  of Wolf Cuba ior the excellent item  they lurniahed on the programme  There does not seem-to be any danger  oi the Scout movement in Kelowna  dying out in the future for laok oi recruits when we have so many keen  Cubs coming on. They���almost���got  that semaphore message we signalled  to the audience at tbs second performance.     ,  We shall now all be looking forward  to Camp, and any suggestions you  may have which would make thia year  beter than ever are always in order.  The time will be during the first half  ol July. The place has not yet been  deoided upon, but we think it would  bo hard to beat Cedar Creek. Let us  see, now, how many days are there to  July?  Wo were very glad to have Commissioner Heneage with us for this year's  conoert, especially when we aeoured lrim  over and above one oi Victoria's  troops, who also wanted him for the  aame    evening.    We believe our Com-  miesionor  has  quits) a warm  place      in  his heart lor tha Kolowna Troop. We  took the opportunity ol hia visit to  present him with the photographs ol  the Troop and ol last year's oamp,  similar to the eollection we presented  to our ox-Chief Soout, H. R. B. the  Duke of Connaught. He would have  liked very much to have met the  Troop at' a parade before leaving for  the aouth, but in view of the demands  mado on the time of aome of the  Scouta who took suoh an active part  in the performances, he did not wish  to break into one of their ev.nings  this week, particularly aa the closing  school exams, are drawing so near.  Soidiers' Ballots Arrive  The ballots cast by the soldiers  overseas on the prohibition and  sufferage referenda have arrived  irom London. They are to lee re-  connted and checked, this with a  view of ascertaining the number of  repealera, etc., in lint- with the  charges and counter ehe rgea of prohibitionists and antis. It ia probadle  that the new commission will make  an examination of the ballots before  going to England to (uitlicr investigate the vote there. The com-  miaaion starts for London Saturday  on a trip which may take them  two montha.  Ladies Wishing to Order .  SPIRELLA CORSETS  ean meat  Mrs. J. H. DAV1ES  in   Room  No. 1, Oak Hall Blook, between the houra of 2:30 and 6:80 p.m.  on Saturday ol eaoh week, or at any  other time by appointment.  is being demonstrated to-day the  blessings of practical Christianity.  -G. T.  KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday (May 26th)���"God'a Crucible," a Bin. bird photo  play, staged and photographed in the Grand Canyon of  Arizona  Tuesday���" The Unpardonable Sin," with Holbrook Blinn.  Thursday-" The Iron Claw ���'; and other Palhe pictures.  Two Shows; 7.30 & 9, Matinee Saturday.   Admission, 20c & 10c  WHOLESOME  GROCERIES  AT MODERATE PRICES  IN our Grocery Department we give Big Values  (or your money, as wall as supplying you with  the BEST there is to be had in the grocery line.  This is the way we are building up such a success-  full business. We give you what you want���that  is good for you; you come always to us for your  groceries���that is good for us.  l-lb. glasses of pure fruit Jam, asat. Raspberry, Goose-  berry, Black and Red Currant  25c  18-ounce Bottlea Queen Olives    25c  16-ounce tina pure Custard Powder ,  35c  Large tina Herring, in Tomato Sauce   15c  i-lb. tinsBC. Salmon   lOcot 15c  l-lb. tins Roast Beef l-lb. tins Beefsteak and Oniona  Splendid assortment of Fresh Biscuits Juicy Oranges  Finest Ontario Cheese Large Bananas  And everything at the Low Down Cash Price  WANTED-Good Dairy Butter, Fresh Egga, Potatoes & Beans  Our Dry Goods Dept.  Ladies' Awning Stripe Skirts, made up in good atyle at $1.75  Ladies' Check Outing Skirts, at  $2.75  Ladies' Palm Beach Outing Skirts in Striped Garba-  dine, P. K. and Fancy Checks, at  $3.50  Ladies' Outing Dresses, in a good range of materials  and colorings  $2.95 up to $4.75  Ladies'  Voile   Dresses,  made up in the very lateat  summer styles, fancy Plaids & Floral Elfecta $6.50 to $8  Ladies' Sport Suila, in the new-colored Spots, at  $8  Dress Muslins, in Fancy Checks and Stripes, the very  latest, at  35c, 65c, 85c and $ I per yd.  LADIES' OUTING HATS  In White Linenette, at         50c  ���n. White Ratina, at         $1  In Stripe Ratina, at   $1.50  In Natural Linen, at      $1  Panama Hate, in several good styles, at $3, $5, $6 & $6.50  New Shadow Lace for corset cvra. or camiaoles, at 40c �� 50c  New Edgings, Laces (latest novelty),at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c yd.  MEN'S AND  BOYS' SHIRTS  Men's Outing Shirts in the plain White, at   $1.50  ���        ��� ���    in Fancy Stripes, at  $1.25  Men's Crepe Shirts in plain White and asst. colors, at $1.50  Boya' Outing Shirts and Sport Blouses, at...85c, $1 & $1.25  Boys' Crepe Shirts, in Blue and Tan shades only, at    75c  UNDERWEAR  Men's Union Suits of Summer Underwear, in Bal-  briggan and fine crossbar Dimity, at  $1 the suit  Men's & Boys' Separate garments in Balbriggan.at 40c & 50c  Men's Porous Knit Underwear, at  $1.25 suit  MEN'S SOCKS  In mixed Cotton and Wool, nice even weave  25c pr.  Marathon Sox (wear guaranteed)  3 pairs $ I  Pedestrian Sox, soft spun Lisle  25c pair  Silkoline Sox, with linen heel and toe       35c pr.  Pure Cashmere, at 50c, 60c and 75c per pr.  Men's Silk Caps for motoring, in  light and  dark  Grey colors, at   $1, $1.50, $1.75 and $2  Boya' good Tweed Bloomers, at $1.75, $1.65, $1.90  Sizea up to 17 years.  Boys' Khaki Bloomers, according to size.., $1 up to $1.25  All sizes in Athletic Shoes, now in stock again  You can save money by trading with us  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  THE" CASH STORE        " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Goods phone 58 ; Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours:  Morning 9.30 and 11        Afternoon--3 and 5


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