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 i  l\  w  ip  VS  VOL.VI.Np. 6.  City Council Approaches End  of Year's Term of Office  NOMINATION DAY FIXED FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 12 AND TOLLING  FOR THURSDAY JANUARY 14.  WONDERFUL SNAPSHOT OF THE VERMONT IN A STORM  Thin pioture was taken by a sailor on one of the vessels convoying. the  damaged warship alter she broke her shaft at sea in a gale and had to be  towed to Norfolk, Va. It shows the stupendous force of the waves even  where a 16,000 ton battleship is concerned.  The ship will' be placed in dry dock for repairs and it will be some time  before the real extent of her damage has been ascertained. Several of her  cpmpartments were flooded, but the others remained intact. At the time of  the accident the Vermont was returning with the other American battleships  that   visited    Italy and the south of France.  Armoury aDd Drill Hall   |*y Form Basket Ball Team  A movement is on foot for the formation of a basketball team.in the  city. There are two or three good  men available and no doubt many others are in the city who an familiar  with the great indoor game. Arrangements can be made with the management of the local roller rink for practices and nights for games can also be  iirranged, if material enough for a  good team can be gathered together.  Basketball is a splendid game during  the winter month* and the toiler rink  provides a beautiful floor and ample  room for the game, also room to ao-  i.-r7*eet!ngd ui*'eiouti've"of the '<>����"x>date large number, who jrish to  Conaxrvative Ae*��i.tion held Decern-1 w,tn���� ��"��"���    *" ">t*��l*�� �� this  The fact that last Friday's council  meeting happened the day after Chriet-  ' mas did not prevent a full attendance,  | although 9��e member turned up   sus-  'pioiously late.   '"'  The term of the present oouncil is  nearly at an end and the business consisted chiefly of routine matters and  the winding up of affairs for the year.  A formal resolution, fixing the date  of nomination of candidates for mayor  aldermen and school1 trustees was passed. Nomination day will be Monday  January 12th, between 12 o'oloov/noon  and 2 p.m., and the poll if required  will take place on the Thursday, three  days later.  A letter was read from the secretary  of the Hospital Society asking for a  cheque cavering the city's grant to  that institution. The letter was handed  to the 'finance committee.  Mr. W. D'Aeth waited on the council respecting the lease to him for  four months of, the city wharf, a copy  of which lease was submitted by the  city solicitors, Messrs. < Burne & Tem-  i pie.  | A report was received from the Union of B. C. Municipalities respecting  the work which bad been done by that  body during the past year, and   also  Alderman   Coeens asked if anything  Now Assured  IMPORTANT LETTER FROM MINISTER OF MILITIA  kelowna is now assured the ouich-  talltcd-ol new armory and drill hall  for the use of the B. C. Horse and  the newly formed' company of rifles, a  definite statement having been received  from the Minister of Militia to the effect that the building is expected to  be erected during the year, 1914.  bar 13th, the following resolution was  passed:  '"That whereas a squadron of the B.  C. Horse, also a company of the One  Hundred and,Second Rifles are stationed here, and we have an assurance  that the city will grant a free site  suitable for the ereotion of -a complete  armory. Be it resolved that we urgently request the Minister of Militia  to place a sum in the estimates ior  a building of sufficient size for above  unite."  This resolution was telegraphed to  Hon. Sam Hughes, minister of militia  and the following reply has been received by the secretary of the association:  v Ottawa, Dec. 18, 1908.  Dear Mr. Morrison,  Let me thank you for your kind  telegram, relative to Kelowna, B. 0.  The name of your town is on the  list for a drill hall, and we hoped to  be able to erect one this year. However we will do our best to have one  completed there next year, at the  latest, as I fully realise the requirements of a drill hall at this point.  Wishing you and yours, and the assb\  ciation of which you are secretary the  compliments of the season.  Faithfully   <  SAM HUGHES.  No information is yet to hand a* to  the kind of building to .be provided  but it is understood that H will be  a much, superior structure to' those  which have been provided in many  plaees in B. 0.  The oity council has already under  consideration the submitting of a by-  -Op     oa su&od JO] C|doed   air) of *��(  nato to the government a site in the  oity park It is proposed that this  would be on Abbott street at the  extreme corner near the bridge. As  this is public property it is necessary  first to get tho sanction of the eleotors  bofore it can be turned over to the  government.  great.Indoor sport are requested to  attend a meeting in the Casorso bocck  tomorrow (New Years) at 1.30 o'clock  in the afternoon.  Councillor R. Conklin, chairman of  Penticton's light and water committee  Is in the running for mayor !n that  city this year.  POULTRY ASSOCIATION WILL  MEET ON TUESDAY NEXT  A meeting of the Poultry Association  will be held on Tuesday evening, January 6th, 1914 in the Sons of England room, Keller block, at 7.30 to  pay out prize money and map out a  program for the coming year. A delegate will also be appointed to attend  the annual meeting of the Vernon Foul  try Association to make arrangements  for the provincial poultry show to be  held there next December. Local breed  era must get busy and show the coast  breeders what we can do in the Okan-  agan. With the splendid stock here  and at Penticton, Summerland and  Vernon, we should have the best provincial show yet held. All interested  in poultry are invited to attend. There  is no slump in the poultry business.  Prospects are good for a successful  year.  .stating that  the Union had again se-  , cured the services as solicitor of   Mr.  jMcDiarmid, of Victoria, at a slightly  increased salary.  The assessment against tho Kclowna  council for this and other expenses dur  inn 1914 would be 130. Tho payment  of this wa^ Ifeft over for the incoming  council.  Mr. J. It. Whitehead, of the pool  room appeared before the council and  indignantly protested against the act-  'ion of the chief constable, who had  come into his place on Christinas eve  at 25 minutes to 12 and ordered all  games 'to stop und the place to be  dosed up.     He know of courBe     that  1 the by-law required a pool room to  be closed at 11.30 but he thought that  the same liberty should be given     to  'him as was given to the rest of the  stores. It was a common practice for  the stores to keep open some time after six o'clock, but the police would'nt  think of entering a store if customers  were being served after six o'clock. He  thought too, that the enormous licence he was compelled to pay should  entitle him to some little consideration.  The resolution read at a former meeting from the Armstrong council in  reference to the exemption from taxation of lands held by the C.N.I}., was  discussed, and although It was felt  that such indiscriminate exemption  worked a hardship on tho various mu.  nicipatities, the resolution did not  seem to fit exactly the local case, and  it was thought better to notify the  solicitor of the Union of IV C. Municipalities in ornVr that he could watch  for any possible application for time  extension in the interests of, the oity.  REMAINS OF BERT MoCLURE LAID  AT BEST  The death took place on Monday last  of Bert McClure, at the age of 86.  Deceased has been subject to tuberculosis troubles for some years past, and  of late has.been failing rapidly. His  family Were amongst tne old-timers of  the district, having resided here for  over twenty years. The funeral took  place on Tuesday. Mr. McClure leaves,  besides his wife, five young children to  mourn his death.  The management of tho ice rink  are working- diligently to get a sh��t  of ice at tho tennis courts on T'li  avenue. The weather man has not  been overly generous in handing cut  suitable Weather for this sort of tport.  However, -the bottom is now well  i formed and only a couple sharp nights  lis needed to produce a good sheet of  Ice.  was being done in the matter of  curing the irrigation water record in  the interests of the water users of the  city. He thought it would be a  shame to let it lapse, and he bad met  one user who was willing to pay the  whole amount of the fees required in  order to secure it.  The statement made at a. previous  meeting was repeated that the city  would see to the securing of the record if the water users themselves  would get together and put up the  thirty odd dollars which wore required  as fees. If this "blanket record" were  not secured by the oity individual users would have to go through all the  legal forms of application for their  own records.  The Finance Committee recommended  payment of the following accounts:  Ah Wing, refund road tax ... $ 2.00  Okanogan Telephone Co. Dec. 19.56  Office   Specialty &    Mfg Co.  stationery         23.55  Burroughs    Adding    Machine  Co.,   stationery        2.15  W. A. Gibson, street work ...     54.00  Ennis & McDonnell, work on  streets        76.16  Govt.  Telephone Co.  oabtes...        7.50  D. M. Fox, interest on loan ...    500.00  P. E. Corby, plumbing inspectors fees, Oot., and Nov. ..,      37,00  H. I. Johnston et al rent   of  police quarters, Nov. ii Dec. 80,00  1). McMillan, digging grave ... 5.00  W. Craze, W. W. construction 11.38  J. Arkroyd, W.W. constructiou        7.48  ('. P. B. freight ....'..          3.24  Northern Klec. & Mfg. Co. ...        1.91  E. T. W. Pcarse, Govt. Agl.  prisoner's maintenance        14.00  E. K. Weddell, fees for prose-  ecution of keepers and in-'  mates nf opium joint        31.50  Dr. Huycko, services ...... ���       15.00  Max Jenkins & Co., teaming.  Power house account         5.25  Mux;Jenkins & Co., .teaming  Waterworks  account  .,         6.00  Kelowna Sawmill Co. hauling    162.50  Morrison-Thompson lidwc. Co.  Office supplies   .,        1.40  Waterworks supplies   .26  Sewer supplies            2.00  Power house supplies  ...v      '    .70  A. J. Jones, machine work ...        6, 0  C. C. Snowdon, bale of waste      18.90  Canadian Gen. Elec. Co          5.78  The Crane Co., supplies          9.60  Ward and Baldook, work    st  power house        18,00  D. Leckic, supplies        35.75  P. B. Willits & Co., stationery        1.75  Wm. Hsug, fuel         8.31  W. R. Trench, stationery          3.00  P. F. -lames, firo hall supplies        3.10  ,T. A. Morrison & Co. waterworks acet      33.S7  0. K. Lumber Po., lumber ...      19.20  Lakeview livery, teaming ......       3.00  II. (T. Blair, W.W. repairs ...       3.50  Dalglelsh & Harding, supplies       4.25  Increase in Years' Customs Figures  INDICATE BIO GROWTH OF   SETTLEMENT  The following figures, for which we are indebted to Mr. A. E. Boyer, collector of customs in Kclowna, may be interesting as giving some indication  of the growth of the businoss in the Kelowna office during the past year.  Tho increase in the value of "free goods" entered, nearly 100 per ,cent��� is especially noticeable, as tins class is composed chiefly of settlors' effects, and  shows more clearly than anything else oould that thoro has been a much  greater influx of fandlies during the past year than in tho previous twelve  months.  1912 1913 Increase  Duty oolleoted      ...  8 25,5flo.36 .-.    t 36,907.96      811.342.60  Value free goods entered   23,889.00         46,629.00        22,921.00  "dutiable" "       98,181.00       120,640.00     22,509.00  Total value   " "      121,889.00      167,269.00        15.440.00  EASTERN  DIVISION OF C.N. R.  '     COMPLETUD'  Tho last spiko on tho eastern division  of tho Canadian Northern railroad on  tho section between Port Arthur and  Sudbury, which makes the road practically a transcontinental one, was  driven Tuesday. The oeromony took  place at a point 255 miles oast of Port  Arthur and the hummer was swung  by Sir William Mackenzie, president of  the road, who is leaving Toronto for  a trip of inspection over the road. This  trip will also be notable as tho first  in which Bir William has travelled  from Toronto and Port Arthur and  the west, entirely over his own line.  Tho spiko, which was used on this  occasion was of gold with only sufficient alloy to make it hard onaugh to  serve the purpose.   o- -  New Year's addresses will be given  by the pastor in the Methodist church  on Sabbath. The morning topic will  be "What shall 1914 be" and* the  ing "Back of all-God."  THE MOTORCYCLE DISPATCH PJDERS OF THE ORANOIC ARMY.  This picture shows a review of the men training to carry war dispatches  who will be used in case Sir Edward Carson and his men from thq north o!  Ireland are called upon to resist the enforcement of the proposed Homo  Rule Bill. They ure equipped with fast motorcycles- and ���many of. them come  from the best.families of Belfast. Their wives, mothers arid sweethearts are  looking on from the grandstand.  Rutland News  (Prom our Own Correspondent.!  ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE ENTERTAINMENT  The Christmas tree entectainment of  the Mount View Methodist Sunday  school was held on Tuesday evening  last, and was very much enjoyed; by all  who were present.  It consisted of choruses, dialogues,  and finished up with the appearance of  Santa C.wua, who came down the  chimney and through the fire place  just at the opportune moment drag-  ing an immense .basket of toys and  presents for the children. Just as he  was about to hang them on the tree,  he noticed some children watching him  and quickly disappeared back into the  chimney, leaving, the presents behind.  Every item on, the program was given entirely by the small children and  rendered perfectly, although one little  fellow was troubled with an attack  of stage fright.  The drills wen- very good indeed, and  reflect great credit,' "both on the children who took part and on those who  had the responsibility of their training.  The little ones, in: the J aponese drill,  each with sash and fan, and flowers in  their hair made a vcrv ni-etty pioture.  The bigger children in the tennis drill,  boys and girls, all dressed in white,  with rod sashes and ties certainly deserved the encoro they received.  The following ladies composed the  committee who had charge: Miss Ruby  Hunter, Ida. Fleming, Annie Cay, and  Mrs. Willis Scholl, at the organ. The  program was as follows:  Hymn.���"The Cospel   Bells    are ring-  >ng.  Prayer   by Mr. Vanoo.  Chorus.-"Wherc Santa  Plans Dwells"  By the school.  Recitation.���"What Dolly Hosn't",   by  Etta McDonald.  Recitation.���"Rosa   Ann"  by    Theliua  Dilworth.  Recitation.��� by John Campbell.  Solo.���"Lullaby", by Jessie Plowman.  Rocitation.-"A Christmas Wish,"   by  Dolpha Woolsey.  Chorus.���'"On Christmas Evo." by the  school.  Recitation.���"A     Mortifying Mistake."  by Verna Ford.  Solo.���"If T only had a    Home Sweet  Home." by Jean MoDonrtld.  Dialogue.���"Dolly's    Siok,"    by Mona  Ruth Woolsey and Leslie Richards.  Japanese Drill��� by ten littlo girls.  Recitation. ���"A    Choertul Aunt."    by  Mildred Ford.  Recitation.���"The Angels' Song."    by  F.nrla McDonald.   ..  Recitation.���"Santa's Visit." by Rioh-  ard Wigglesworth.  Song.���*'Snow Fairies" by Amy Fleming, Minnie Campbell and Jean McDonald.  Recitation.���"Kiss Must." by    Minnie  Munford. ��� -.  Chorus.���''Hurrah for Christmas Time"  ReeRatlon.    "A  Doll's Mother."    by  Jessie Plowman.  School Opens Monday  in New Building  FORMAL   OPENING-WILL   TAKE  , .-PLACE .LATER  School opens Monday next in tho  new building, all the ten rooms of  which will be filled,.leaving one of the  primary grade still to be accommodated in the proson^iublio school, two  other coojns (���� the,latter will also  he used for the high school, which  lately has ,-been. occupying temporary  quarters on Leon avenue. This leaves  the old frame school unoccupied lor  tho present, but later in tho year it  is to be fitted up lor manual training  classes..  Ao-  ��� ���������  .  Mr. Nobles'"of Lethbridge, architect,  for the'new Central School was in  towri this week making final inspections of the building. ���  The January meet ing .of the Study  Club will meet at the home of Mrs.  K. F. OxIeV- on Thursday evening,  January 8th at 8 p.m. ,A full attendance is requested. . W-t  Recitation by Minnie Campbell.  Recitation ���'Then and Now." by F.i-  �������� FlemhV".  ���-.-,.  Tennis Drill��� by twelve pupils.  Exercise���"The    Star   of Bothleliom."  by sin girls..  Dialogue���"Looking for Santa Clans"  by live girts.  Chorus.���"Goodnight", by the school.  Hymn.���"Joy to tho World."  Bonediction.  ' ''- ">  BLACK   MOUNTAIN SCHOOL  RE-  PORT FOR DEOEM  BER  DIVISION I  '������  1  *1  ���c 3  V  8  1  m  Rita Mu-well   ,  93  <!fi  79  Gladys Ling  95  99  71  Leslie Richards  ,  92  96  SO  Verna Dalgteifth  ,98  99  75  Consuelo Woolsey"  93  100  72  Kathleen Campbell  95  93  76  Elwood Fleming  88  100  74  Itabelle Latta  87  98  76  Beth Dalgleish  88    '  99  74  Merriam Woolsey  . M  .100  75  fisrtie Renfrew  93  97  71  Amy Fleming  89  94  77  F.arla McDonald  86  100  74  DIVISION II  Verna Ford           .   �����  Jeanie. Warden    . <.".B8  ,,  78  100  77'  Ruth WoolseV  86  100  '   74  Carson Dalgleish  Hazel Besett  8S>,    100  1 tf1**^'  74  75  ���  John Cdmpftolr  80  100  79  ' ���  Clifford Renfrew  76  100  76  Elmer Rice  78  100  72  Melville, V^y,v  ..75K  i'1  100  i n :  :\ at ee ee te m aewi m a* at a*.  1  WiiMMM'jMHHWHttH  BURNE & TEMPLE  IfcLOWNA,  Notaries Public.  Ceaveyanesre, etc.  8.C  ai^  KPtOlrfNH fcECORt)  tSthbahal ovary nureley al Kalowna,  . BrNMe CapUa  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor-  R. B. KERR  and Solicitor..  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  t. EDMUND CORBY  ArcMtect  HewanaaUsek, Kelowna   .   'Phone 206  P.O. Boa, 509  C Ham*. LA* Sc, C.E, D.L.S.. B.C.L.8.,  CHARLES  HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  ���heat 14?. P.O. Bea 231  PIANOrORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD BOYD  RECEIVES PUPILS  At tftt Stteie. Tt-el. Bl~l. K.I.W...  Maris et en* esssrisXos wsslles.  P.O. Box 487  RitHAHO fl. PARKINSON  wrriRi columwa land  SURVEYOR,  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 1)7  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nalaon Sh��pherii  I EKTIST  r.s. suits  Yksas ���*  Comer Pencozi Street and  Lawrence Avwnuc.  Buseeription Rates:  ���Me  aw Tear:   Tie., tat   snaths    Cnitad  8ta\Ba*>   aU  enaatBK   t>li��4MtOga%l  AU sstaernjiIsM eeraiilt la advsncs.  *i��U>tNA tSCOID  i, Wus.s'  advertising  LoBfli MoncBa. nofiHsMNAL cards.  ��ATS�� NOTICES-** lor liv�� umrlioiit.  fim  ohm aw lam.  CUSalfUD ADVtaTIi��Kl)TS-2o.��lil)ti  wsai la* MSeBea. I east ter word ren  iawrtion.    IS  it iniertion. s  DISPLAY ABVsmTl8a*HNTS-IV<. lsrh-  ���ail MO*. M Mat; l�� look lift Inwrllon  m ��ew MsaS cents aw M> lint i��  mllea: to ���������� est look   wet mbwunni  ID  ks la  edvertiwm -nts oium  lass el the ariatw br Tundst  oseun pabUtatloa is tht   w*i  Mr. B. G. MEYR1CK  la  PIAUOPGRTB, V10USI and ORGAN  fttw-k tessoft.  nal or otherwise]  STUDtf���Momsen-TWittor. Bitch  JOHN CURTS  Wltt��*CTC**folU��t  In municipal affairs the past year  has been a most trying one,.not only  for Kelowna, but for scores of other  young and growing cities of the west.  The almost disastrous slump which for  some months past has fallen upon the  money market, making municipal bonds  almost a drug oa the market, has lam  like a wet blanket on municipal enterprise and development. That this  stringency is tho perfectly natural result oi certain well-defined cauees may  be quite true��� financial experts arc  busy telling ui so almost every day  ���but it is mighty inconvenient and is  causing many a municipal council to  wear a worried look. Few cities are  in so fortunate a position that they  can depend uaoa current revenue to  provide funds for their natural expansion and certainly not in the newer communities, whose institutions and public  utilities are aU in the making. More  money i Hon money I is the cry from  all sides, and the demand for loans  throughout western Canada ana of late  years grown to almost unbelievable  Iproportions. Up to a short time ago  the response has been prompt, and capital has beea pouring into the country in a steady stream.  "Toe amount of this capital is so  great" says Sh- George Peish, one oi  the editors of the London .Statist, who  has been addressing Canadian Chtbe.  and other bodies in the east lot the  paat ton 4mys, "that very few people  realize or appreciate it. The mother  country In recent years has provided  Canada with the nam of no less than  called unon to give so much personal  attention to the details of city work  as to Involve a verjr serious tax upon  the time of a man who most likely  has his own business to attend to,  And when these ordinary worries are  complicated by financial troubles of  so serious a nature as to threaten to  interfere with the regular routine of  city business, the position is by no  means an enviable one. It is all very  woll to be an alderman when municipal skies are blue and money is plentiful and cheap, and everything goes  merrily, while the people look on and  cheer. But when financial clouds are  heavy, and the council is handicapped  at every turn by lack af funds for  badly needed improvements, it constitutes a severe test of a man's public-  spiritedness to consent to stand tho  kicks and often unfair criticism which  a term in the council under such circumstances usually means.  The incoming council is likely to  have a hard row to hoe, and the very  difficulty of the position makes it  more than ever necessary that a  strong body should be got together,  who can steer their ship through to  calm waters again. The difficulties of  course are all financial, and it is a  matter for congratulation that the finance committee consisting of Aldermen Taylor and Sutherland, with the  mayor have been again prevailed upon  to accept nomination. However devoutly these gentlemen might wish it,  nothing could be gainci by a change  just at the present stage and it might  easily be highly detrimental to tho  city's interests.  It is to be regretted perhaps that  some other members of the council  could not see their way to continue in  office until matters began to straighten  out a little, but the needs of private  business interests must of course be  attended to, and nominations will lie  needed on Monday week for four aldermen to take the places of Aldermen  Copeland, Coscns, Thompson end Colder, who have definitely decided to  withdraw.  Firewood  'a   i,,1 ,   '    $2.25 c. o. d.  Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  Mr*. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZl STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  Plane and Specificatione rtttouti eU��<mW. a sum you will recognize  and eatrmetea green for public build  fngs,Tewn and Country Reaideaoea  JOHN CURT* KELOWNA  PHONE N..W  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S. .  VITBRIMARY SUMBOK  (OnonuMtCfll UaiteMto)  Reaidence : GLENN AVENUE  Meajsaw mar be left at the office af  Meters. HeMeebuiy d WBaaaw  MiM FRftNCRS A. PEARSON  L.R.A.H. {London)  VoiCS PRODUCTION, SISCtlNO  Vex MB, Kettwm.  Or seats "Baeard- OfScet  E. ���. WlDDELL  MtMSTOR, SOLICITOR, and  ���OTJUVPOKK  B, Willie's Block   ���   Xelotoni, RC.  Kr.14f.Ia. PARKER, A. R.C.O  <A-^iJ��ic��liCd10-"i-  Oraen, ffeno^rH, Vibllfl, Singing  at hit awa e> avails' reaidence.  120  3-6  tookSsaM  P.O. Baa ML  AaeWAabM Street  Wbtfd for sale  ftdePfyifer  So* W7, or 'phone 230)  r> a very large one. I am told  that the United States has alt* provided a very large turn of money. The  result is, that st ike present moment  the Canadian people owe to foreign  countries��� or to the United States  and���I can scarcely call Great Britain  a foreign country��� to Great Britain  at wen, a stun of no leu. than ��600,-  000,000 or W,000,000,OOU; and it is  now op to the country, up to Canada  to provide the interest on this great  sum ol money,"  That Canada with her vast resources  and undeveloped wealth it well able to  do thlt there is no doubt, but there Is  no 'getting away from the fact that  for the moment the sources of supply  of capital have been diverted to mom  profitable channels, and such comparatively low revenue bearing securities as  municipal debenture bonds art left out  la the cold.  Hitherto Kelowna has been particularly fortunate in disposing of her  debentures at good prises, and probably the Optimism thut created it to  blame for the present decidedly awkward state of af airs, though it might  be tome comfort to reflect that Kelowna is far better off than toons  of other towns. Who could footle* that the 'tf 80,000 worth ot untold  debentures which the city has on hand  would hang fire in the way they are  doing? And the unfortunate part about  it it the money it alreasV speatl The  tawtrage system, wafer and light ea>,  tensions, and the new school buildieg  have swallowed up al) that oouM be  xaised from the Beak and one or two  private loans. The. city it practically  ���a the position ol a man who has  cashed his weekly pay cheek at the  grocery store and laid In his weekly  supply for his family's needs, to WH  alter most of it has ban consurhed  that the check Is returned "n.s.f."    ��  Of course the tele oi tht debentures  would at once relieve the aituetlon,  but until that mac* hoped tar event  occurs, the ooanail hat a heavy responsibility resting upon H.  I,  Nn wonder then that the demand for.  ���rota aroaad the eoaaail tenia I alt  year in sot likely to be very keen.  The position of an alderman In a etty  like this it at the best one demanding  considerable telf-iaerilfct. Tha ��*olr-  of  tht verioue *>nunittntt   are  I'ARCKL TOST MAY SEDUCE HIGH  COST OF LIVING  Speaking at Smiths Falls, recently,  Mr. George E. Foster said of the cost  of living that the new parrels post  system would help the consumer and  the producer very greatly by reducing  the numbers of middlemen. It would  be possible to have a farmer 100  miles from town send regularly 19 or  30 pounds of butter direct Jo the. city  consumer, thus saving the grocer'��� pro  fit, to which is added an apportionment of the grocer's high rent, made  high by the speculative land values. In  the course of his speech Mr. Foster deprecated thf extravagance of the peo-  pk> of this country and urged that  they correct this weakness. In the  two words '"middlemen" and "extravagance". The minister of trade and  commerce has discovered a couple of  very potent causes of the present high  cost of living.  MAY MICAXN HUGE COSSTKUCTION  IS THE WEST  Speculation has been rife during the  past couple oi weeks at Ottawa, as  to what the Canadian Pacific intends  to do with the 142,000^)00 nest egg  which it will have by its latest financing.  . With tho C.X.It. proposal eliminated  there are several possible theories.  The most likely, and the ooe which is  believed correct is that the C.l'.U. it  planning an aggressive construction  campaign in Northern Saskatchewan,  northern Alberta and northern British  Columbia. The only part of the wart  which the C.I'.K. does not tap is tht  great northern stretch through tht  fertile Peace River country and the  great agricultural stretches of north.,  ern British Columbia, Both tho C.N.tt.  and G.T.P- are laying steel or securing charters in every direction and it  is generally believed that the C.I'.R.,  also is planning an invasion of the  north,  How unlike the fair lex is nature.  During the summer when the hot rayl  of Old Sol are scorching tho earth tax-  face the fair sex drape themaslvn hi  the daintiest and prettiest white they  are able to scare up, whits nature today, in the middle of the coldest season oi the year is clothing herself in  the prettiest white dress of all time,  Mr. Gordon Dinning has bean r.ppoint  ed teller for tht Bank ol Coounerce.  He comes from Sumnwrland where he  has been in temporary charge.  J.-M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  am ay,  ���a*  an  m  THURSDtVt:, JAtTNABY 1, W  ���HIM��� '  THEINCOLA  PENTICTON. B.C.  it.i am  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The moat modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okan-  agan, commanding an uninterrupted vie* of Okanogan  lake.   Excellent euiaine, prompt tervice, and the beet  the market affords  A Mttkal Eveming U Entcrtuneci tnrj Seiardar  For weekly rams apply to  H: V1NCE   ,   Manager  iVSrVVe^t^W^VW<WrV^yWVW^VaytfWVSrVVVVWVwVVVV^^^��V��^^��^A^*WAr,��*tA  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Skinglca, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  *l**iA0li^*J**&tfr^^^StV^&V&&u!^^^^0^Sft0*g*&V>**Ai*i0V'^^^^*^%t*^^l^^^^**  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  G. H. E. HUDSON  BBMJb "  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio* la the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pcadori Street,   -   Kelewu  W.P.MEREDITH  Ga<Mes-McTavish  Limit*!  Houses To  Rent  'Phone 217     -     Leckie Block  SECOND HAND  = STORE ���  A. E. COX  Successor to H. Horrocls  Water Street, Beat Open Hosee  P.O. Bea 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in tht Hoots  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  Singer Sewing  Mechines  1913 Model. Rotary Hook  on Easy Terms, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount for Cash.  Parts lor all kinds of Machines  Supplied,  SPECIAL:       ~  I lacahator,    1  Whit* Sewing  Machine, as good as new,  I 30 U5. Rile. 2 Stock Saddles.  .   2 Kitchen Cabinet!.  I Solid C*.Ha��d Carved HaH  Stand.    Carpenter's Toole.  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucsessors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aid Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings ol all kinds.  OtSce and Shop:  Coatee, Edwarda & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.    i        ���������   I        II I I I������^���.tm.  CITY TRANSFER  ���-    EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kind* af tight rfridKhg ���  PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS   "���"  ���-- " ���       ���  'Phone 45, or call at A. E. Cox'i Second-Hand Store  etor  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  Propefty Wanted  Money to Loan  Loans Wanted  For Sale (miscelkneous)  Wanted to Buy (miscellaneous)  Business Directory  ^festrional Directory  ���Haass  ���aaaa  ��� ,m Jtigf.y ��� aaptjP��sssf��^tpssB��^tatj��as  y  IV  m  ft-  THURSDAY, JABNARY I, M4.  ���aat  .,|   ".I.1.        i "     , r  KELOWNA  RECORD  Picture Framing  I can guarantee the wry best diss of word in this line, the result ol  ten years experience. Pictures cleaned, remounted and framed. A  good selection of mouldings.  Cabinet Making & Furniture Repairs  As a practical Cabinet Maker I can assure you that every job entrusted to me will be neatly and carefully executed. Have your  broken furniture repaired before it is too late.  General Household Jobbing  It is often difficult to find someone who can do the little odd jobs of  repairing and fixing around a house. Send ��� postcard and I will be  on hand promptly.  W. EASTON  Bernard Avenue (opposite new Bank of Commerce)  (Formerly Josselyn's Warehouse)  BRIQUETTES MADE FROM .STRAW  I IK PRAIRIE PROVINCES  I    jForrf  Gift! Why not a Ford? You  couldn't make a better gift to the  whole family. It's a pleasure car,  a business car, an all around, serviceable car, an economical car.  It's the family car the world over.  Drive yours home to-day.  Six hundred dollars is the new price of the,'.Ford  runabout; the touring car is six fifty; the town  car nine hundred���all f.o.b. Ford, Ontario (for,  merly Walkerville post office), complete ��� with  equipment. Get catalog and particulars from  BURBANK MOTOR CO, KELOWNA. B.C.  Professor Andrews, of Regina, bids  fair to go down to posterity as one  of the most practical and fur-reaching  benefactors of the western country.  In Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba -millions of dollars' worth of  straw is annually burned out of the  way, in the samu manner, and for  the same reason' that in ��� the pioneer  days of tho eastern provinces millions of dollars' worth of magnificent  timber were destroyed for want of  a market.  If Professor Andrews' invention for  turning the straw into little fuel  briquettes proved to be what he claims  it is, a problem whioh has vexed the  soul .of the western farmer for many  years has been satisfactorily solved:  and waste has been turned into value  in the most remarkably beneficial manner.  The first briquette, Professor Andrews has produced, is- very 'small���  not much bigger than a crown piece.  It is black, and as far as appearance  goes, might be made out of coal dust.  The farmer if he has power on Ms  farm can make the briquettes himself.  He can drive his threshing machine,  and-make briquettes at the same time.  The doctor claims that the cost is  small, and that the equivalent of 80  tons of anthracite, or 160 tons of the.  Saskatchewan lignite coal can lie obtained from an average crop of straw  grown on a half section of 320 uores  Ton tons of this would wacm the farmer's house, but he would be saved  the trouble and expense of hauling it  from town. The sulphur of the briquettes would be available for sale in1  the towns which also would get cheap  fuel instead of the dear fuel as at lhi>  present time.  If Professor Andrews' briquette is  what he claims for it, he has added  millions annually to the wealth of  the prairie country; and, as patents  go in this commercial age, he should  incidentally mako a few millions for  himself, for he will have done one of  the biggest things and solved one of  the knottiest of problems.  CANADA'S PREMIER SWIMMER  WILL GO TO OLYMPIC GAMES  In spite of reports to the contrary  George Hodgson, Canada's beet all-  round swimmer and breaker of records  will compete in the 1916 Olympic  games if the M.A.A.A. wished him to,  says an eastern exchange. Before the  Canadian swimming championships  held in Montreal the great swimmer  had decided that that event should be  his last official act us a water-speed  competitor.  Since then, however, he hat evidently  been thinking things over, and has at  last decided to wear the colors of the  McOill men for the balance o(,the present season. This will not entail the  usual trip to New York and Boston,  but will merely mean participation in  the intercollegiate meet with Toronto  Varsity to be held in Montreal about  the middle of January.  With the end of tho present year  Hodgson's career at McCill University  closes and the great swimmer will now  take up his profession as a civil engineer. The big merman, however, is  himself authority for the statement  that he had practically decided to stay  in the game for a few more years at  least, and says that he intends keeping in shape and turning out for the  tryouts.  "After thiB year" said Hodgson, "1  shall probably not do any swimming,  except for my own amusement, until  the 1916 Olympic. rolls around."  ICELAND WILL HAVE  A FLAG OF ITS OWN  A referendum on the extension of the  franchise to married women will next  year be taken in every city in Ontario,  declared Dr. Margaret Gordin, president of the Toronto .Suffrage Association.  In the Danish cabinet council recently Mr. Hannes Hofstein, tho minister of Iceland, moved that a royal  manifesto be issued by which special  colors of Iceland be authorised, the  details of the flag to be decided' by  another royal decree after the wishes  of. the Icelander on this point have  been learned by the minister.  The premier, Mr. Zshle, slated that  there would be no object'o:, to Iceland  having its own colors, provided that  the Dannebrog, the common flag of  Denmark and its independence, be displayed as usual. This flag ought always be hoisted on the government  buildings of Iceland. The king expressed his sympathy with the motion,  taking it as a matter of course that  the now Icelandic flag would not  bear any striking resemblance to that  of any other non-Danish.country.  THE LANGUAGE OF FOWLS  Do you ever listen to your fowls and  endeavor to understand what they  are talking about? If you study your  birds and become familiar with the  sounds they utter, the many different  ways of making and accenting the  same or similar sounds, you almost  unconsciously learn to associate each  sound with a meaning of its own. After a while-you know that a certain  kind of cackle means return to the  flock after nesting, or another form of  cackle may mean prowlers, eats, dogs,  foxes, or perhaps snakes. The "hawk  cry" you probably know well. If you  have attended to the wants of many  brooder chickens you certainly know  the "hungry cry," the pitiful bleat of  the lost chick that can't find its way  home, the "brooding cry", the happy  little twitter which accompanies feeding, the contented going-to-sleep song  when put snugly to bed, and many  other sounds that all have a meaning  to the observing poultryman. Knowledge of the different sounds and their  meanings often may help a poultryman  to make his chicks more comfortable  and to prevent losses. Don't make  any mistake, every cry of chick or  fowl has a meaning and the others  understand it.  DHY MASHES IN THE RATION  A definite announcement that tht  parcel post system wiU .be inaugurated  during the month of January it mad*  by the Hon., L P. fellKSer, Pottmas-  ter-General. The data) however, wffl b��  towards the latter part of .the month,  after the holiday ruth hat subsided.  There has been riimort of delay in put*  ting the service in operation, bat whibt  the necessary negotiations With the.  railway companies have tended that  way, this will not prevent a start  made at the time forecasted. An  agreement with the railway companies  in respect to compensation for their  handling the panel post mails has not  yet been reached, but matters are  ihaping themselves auspiciously. The  companies will be liberally paid for  the servioe, and, while there is no  official statement about H, there it  much doubt of them getting all they  ask.  'Mona Lisa". Leonardo da Vinci's  great painting, which was stolen from  the Louvre, in Paris, more than two  years ago, has been found. It is now  in the hands of the Italian authorities  and will be returned to France-  Experiments show that a greater  efficiency is obtained from feed consumed if a part of the grains are  given in their ground form or as a  dry mash. Two years' work oa the  phase of feeding show that birds receiving whole grains give a product  valued at only 18 per cent above the  cost of feed, while those receiving part  of the ration in tho form of ground  grains show an excess of 68 per cent.  The actual difference in the     total  alue of product was found to be almost one-third greater with the hens  having ground grains in the ration.  This does not mean that ground  grain can take the place of whole  grain. Ground grains require less energy in their digestion, but a ration  composed entirely of them restrict exercise and the health of the birds  would be impaired by reason of    the  tendency toward too great a concentration.  Ground grain or dry mash, as they  are usually called, give variety to a  ration, increase palatability and add  relish to the feed. If a hen .is getting  tired of the whole grain, she can  make up on dry mash.      ,  The dry mash is fed in a self-feeding hopper, which saves much labor.  On large commercial egg plants,  where the hens number up to the  thousands, the dry mash has supplemented, or on many of them almost  entirely taken the place of the wet  mash.  The objections to the wet mash are  that more labor is required in mixing  and feeding, and if it is not fed with  care it may, by being allowed to become sour and moldy, produce indiges  tion and diarrhoea. The absolute  cleanliness the feeding demands is not  found on many poultry farms. It is a  good practice on small farms where  flocks are small and where there is  sufficient time tor the feeder to give  the constant attention to details the  method requires and demands.  "V  - i  m  1 m  KELOWNA   RECORD  .w^swv'wsr;-";':'.;  THUR8DAY, JAUNARY 1,1��H.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  ���  *  1  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, tliree-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 Bartlett Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw        Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Orders for Spring Planting should be in by January  31st, 1914  Our Stock has Won  Its Own  Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TAKE NOTICE  OWING to the increasing demands of our*  Made to Order department we find it  necessary to go out of Ready-to-Wear  Clothing and Gents.' Furnishing.  We have a large and well-assorted stock of  Suits aud Overcoats in up-to-date styles, which  we are prepared to dispose of at the very lowest  clearing prices.  DAVIES & MATHIE  iailor Shop, PENDOZI STREET  One block from main street  ?l   It will pay you to walk this block  DRESSMAKING  High-Class, by experienced Dressmaker;   3  years  with  Drysdales,  Vancouver.  Best Work    Moderate Prices  Mrs. GRIFFITHS  RICHTER ST., opposite Nurseries  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Strett KELOWNA, B.C.'  Evening Gown* a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coatt  Att is new ready to take orders  for  naiflf-aismira garments for tht Crown  '     TaHtrhnCo  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leara Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  P.O, Box 12  E.ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant,   Specifications   and    Eatimntes [  Furnished  Mr.   Harry Wobb is on a  Vancouver thin week.  .isit      to  A new industry has been hit upon  by a Summerland resident, who shipped away 300 Christmas trees this  year.  Miss Gilchrist of Vancouver has lak-  en a    position on    the .Public School  stall' replacing Miss Hirtle whose    ill-  health hits obliged her to resign.  ��   *   *   *  After the beginning of tho new year  tho drug stores of the city will close  every evening, except Saturday and  evenings previous   to holidays at     8  o'clock.  ��� *   ���   ���  Hon. Price Ellison passed through  through the city on Tuesday's Iioat  on his wuy to J?entieton. He was interviewed at 'the wharf by several of  the school trustees with a view to nr-  langing a date for the formal ( penlng  of the new school.    An ahnoun&ntcut  iu thin connection will bo made later.  ��  *  ��  *  The Rev. Q. it. Meyrick left this  week for tht? OH Country where he  hits accepted the living of Wythnm, in  the diocese of Oxford. Mr. Meyrick  will he amongst old friends when he  reaches his new charge, Wythnm having been his falherjs first living, and  consequently the scene of his boyhood's  days: lie has been curate in charge  of the Okanagan Mission Church for  over two years. Tic was entertained  this week at a farewell social by the  Rons of England lodge ol which his  brother, Mr. B. G. Meyrick is president .  ��� #   *>   ���  ��� The annual guessing competition at  I\ Burns k Co, Ltd., created no little  interest last week and as every farmer  and rancher in the district considers  himself a good judge, of weights of  beef I he guessing the weight of tho  Prize Heifer has been keen. The weight  was 017 pounds, and she was a beauty. The successful guessers were Hazel ''urves and Clifton Ferguson, "who  each received a prize, a fat turkey.  The lowest guess was SO pounds and  the highest 9,728 pounds. Total entries  numbered OOiJ. We would like to meet  the 0j728 pound heifer and twist her  tail!  The services in the Baptist church  on Sundav were of a Christmas character. The church hurl been tastefully  decorated and the singing by the choir  was much appreciated, A srieoinl musical program was rendered by the  choir at the evening service. The Anthem "Clad Tidings" (JIuggj; "And  there were Shepherds'! (Ohnppel) and  "The Wondrous Slorv", (Adams) were  creditable performances, while the soprano solos, "The Prince of Peace"  with violin accompaniment by Mr.  Peltott, given by Miss Duggan and  "The Universal King" also with violin  accompaniment. sung by Mrs. Pel ton  were pleasing items. The male quartette Tift up your Heads" (AdnmsV  was also much enjoyed. The Rev. D.T.  Welsh took as the subject of his sermon, "Wlmt if every day were Christmas" during the course of which ho  enumerated some of the benefits that  would result from n continuance of tho  spirit of good will all the year around.  Mr. T, Pitt left Monday morning for  a short stay in Vernon.  * ��   ��   ���  Married December 29th 1913 by Rev  1).  .1.  Welsh.  Uaymond L. Armstrong  and Ada Barrett.  ��� ���  ���  ���  Married at Vernon, Docember 23rd,  1913 by Rev. I). .1. Welsh, Alexander  Nicol to Violet" Steele, both of West:  bank.   O   1). D. CAMPBELL TO OPEN NEW  GK0CE11Y STORE  An important business announcement  is made this week in our advertising  columns to the ctTect that Mr. D. D.  Campbell is to open u new grocery  store in tho tlletler block in tho premises- just vacated by Messrs. Dalgleish  &   11urding.  Mr. Campbell, of course is too well  known to the people of Kelowna to  need any introduction and his numerous friends will, no doubt bo glad to  know that ho is once more entering  ihe business field. His connection with  the grocery business in Kelowna dates  back to very early days, some eight  or nine years ago, since when, and until recently he was manager of the  grocery department of Lequime Bros.,  the pioneer store of tho district.  The exact date of the opening of the  now store is a little uncertain, owing  to the fact, that considerable alterations have to be made, and shelving  and counters erected, but it is hoped  to be able to commence business early  next week.-'   o   &KLUND IN VANCOUVER SEEKING  MATCH  WITH WINNER OF  WALKER-HATCH BOUT  | When George Walker and Al. Hatch  step out on the mat at Dominion Hall  . for their handicap wrestling match  Clarence Kklund, the wrestler who is  I now making Kelowna his home and  i who is the only grappler who has bea-  |ten Walker, Bincc the Vancouver man  turned professional, will be an interested spectator at the ringside, says the  Province. Eklund arrived in the oity  recently aud called at the Province office and posted a forfeit of $100 to  bind a match for a ��500 side wager  with Walker, who has been clamoring  for a return match ever since Eklund  pinned his shoulders to the mat at  Moose .law. Also Eklund admitted  that he would willingly take u chance  at the Hatch person on the same conditions that Walker has undertaken for  this match, to throw Hatch twice in  an hour or forfeit the match.  PACKING SCHOOL  As a sufficient number of pupils are  not forthcoming to carry on the Fruit  Packing School arranged for in Kelowna to start on January "th, it will  be postponed until some time in February. Anyone wishing to take advantage of the opportunity to learn  apple packing 'should give in their  names without delay to the representatives of the Farmers' Institute in their  district to facilitate arrangements being made to hold a school in any district where a minimum number of 12  pupils can be got  together.  MRS. PANKHURST ON STRETCHER AFTER. H$R LIBERATION  Mrs. Emmaline Pankhurst, famous leader of the Militants, being taken'on  a stretcher from an ambulance at Kingsway, London, into the headquarters  of the Woman's Political' Union, following her liberation from Exeter Jail.  Mrs. Pankhurat was arrested immediately on her return to England from  her visit to the United States. Now her jailers have been compelled to lib;  crate'her again, but under the "Cat and Mouse" bill, she Is always .liable  to re-arrest to complete her three year term enforced on her for oomplioity  in dynamiting the home 6! Chancellor Hoyd-George.  ;!i:��r-:g!H!!  iwiiD'iiiiiM^riF^riin-'fnri  iii  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  i  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENM0RE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town,  and  being  about lop feet above the lake, it command's a beauti- ���  ful view of the town, lata and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't mist tht opportunity of .electing a ftw aorta of this dttirablt  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all  year  lktnber i  We have now a large stock of local aai ceaat  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER!  of high-grade quality and fa  condition.  'A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES ;*���  THCHBPAY, JAONARY 1, 1911.  stSBttWSttm, im mi uitinii'.ii in i n  KELOWNA RECORD  ANNOUNCEMENT  New Grocery Store  To be Opened Next Week  rK��  <r>  i-tf*  BY  CAMPBELL  {fes& Keller Block  Corner of Bernard Avenue and Pendozi Street  IN making this announcement to the people  of Kelowna and district Mr. Campbell  has every confidence in soliciting a share  of their patronage and support. His long  connection with the grocery business in Kelowna (as manager of Lequime Bros.) gives  him the advantage of a close familiarity with  local needs, and the public are assured that  no trouble will be spared to give them the  best of service.  t| It is his intention to do, as near as possible, a Cash busine; s, thus eliminating the  expenses and losses inseparable from a credit  business, and giving the benefit to his customers in better prices and better quality in  the goods sold, thereby enabling the careful  buyer to contend more successfully with the  hard times and present high cost of living.  if The work of fitting up the new store is  being rushed forward and the doors will be  opened to the public on or about January 5th.  D. D. Campbell  "THE CORNER GROCERY -  T  EIGHTY RBET DEATH WHEN CAU WATJBHFAMINE IN MONTREAL 18 RUSSIAN MCWHBOY 8AvTM ttbiillT  OP "FIRE" CAUSES PANIC  ON CHRISTMAS EVE  Han Responsible lor tht "False Alarm"  Makes Successful Escape..  Four Kore pe��on.. mostly children,'"*"*Z^J^ "* ��"UpdW*��  were killed at . Christmas Ev.   eel* *"*���?"** .���*" by *" ton'   whlta  Owing to a break in the intake pipe1   ���    .,_ . :.    .       .      . _��J  tioatof Montr,, are   without wat-.j^ ^Jj ^^  has accumulated    enough monty     to  bration    held by copper mine strikers'  the city offioials have issued a notice  - - .:"'giDt people to use boiled snow for  in an Italian hall at Calumet, Mich., I ^^ purpol91, Tiu ,ituatjOT to  because of a neediest panic caused by'growjng ������,��� ^^ emry hoali  the call of   fire.' J and there is grave danger of a   oon-  While several hundred miner, and | �������������������� ,houkl fire br,sk ,flUt doWB.  their   wives looked on, the     children t  pressed eagerly toward the stage tore.|   ^     h the ���������,,.      ���, th(J  .^  oeive Christmas prewn ..   A man put pip6# Montm| ^ un0Brth ,    dvio  I!AMl!n ,' " 2?" �� ' * lm\.cai.dal of immense proportion,. It it  yelled "Fir,'. Tht cry was takeniup1,^ rt,t tmv ��������,������ ol thB b^rf  by those ,n the hall, weryone started., 0OBtw, ,��� slread ,��� F<w�����ion of  for the door. The weaker were thrown ,RCt, ���,- the ,,,,,,,��� wbJch ���,,,  to the floor and thosebehind tried to LarrsIlt ������,)����������� , -.paci.| ,���d very  climb over those ahead of them. L^fog mitigation. Into the whole  Ihe stairway and other ��v��������ol circumstance, surrounding tht mat-  egress wore blocked so effectively that1,..  those intide could not set out, and  those without could not get in to aid  the panic-stricken crowd in the hall.  It was some time before the panic subsided.  The alarm was spread outside the  hall by several persons who had been  near the door and escaped unhurt. A  crowd assembled and the work of  clearing the hall was begun.  The principal exit was a narrow stair  way at ths back of the hall. When  this had been cleared of the bodies  that filled it to the top, und a quick  accounting had been made, it  found that seventy-four corpses     had  The fact that the break in the intake  nips wat not a new one. and that certain civic offioials are alleged to have  been aware of defects in the intake  I long before they resulted in the present  water famine, arc among the grounds  that will enter into tho investigation  if it is held.  bring hit father, mother and five little  brothers and sisters bom Russia to  the land of promise��� The Canadian  west.  The boy embarked for Canada about  fourteen months ago and at first  worked at odd jobs around the city.  He toon discovered that mora monty  | wat to be made in business lor himself so he started at a newsie on tht  streets. Furthermore, telling papers  gave him a chance to go to school,  and he took advantage of the night  classes for foreign-born cititens which  are conducted by the technical education board of this city.  Young Dworkin't dreamt wan rati'  iced the other day when hit family,  seven in number,'arrived from Hutsia,  a.id all scoured work, which wilt take  big burden off hit shoulders.  B. C. AP1M.ES IN NEW ZKALANB  W. A, i fleddoe, Canadian trade com-  WM | missioncr in New Zealand in u ivort  .    ���r���    had t0 the department of-trade and oom-  boen piled up before tho hall building. 'mer08( ,ay, lhst, the .teamer Makura.  Tt is thought a down ntherfl umi-o #.--- '    ��� ��� -  ���  lit is thought a dozen others were car  ried away by friends.  The dead were piled up side by- side,  the girls uumboring 37, boys  19, wo-  which arrived about the middle of November, had on board 11,679 am of  British Columbia apples. He addt:  'This season, the apples were    much  �� iub  oeatrc    men 13 and 5 men. Excited women better than the last' shipment. Last  stood about the building, some dazed month the apples were too green and  by the sudden change from holiday fes- jhut for the fact that there was Bone  tivity to trauolv..others, calling hys- on the market, the sales would el_  terioally for a missing child, and a few have been unsatisfactory: but thotV  even threatening violence to the res- arriving oh the Makura have given  cuers for keeping them baok. 'pvery tatitfaotion.   This offioe has been  There wc- ��ot much work for tho notified" tilat British Colombia growers  monv doctors who hurried to the scene 'will make an exhibit at the Auckland  as soon as the alarm was spread, for 'exhibition in December.'  those who were not killed in the first'  tho  rush were held upright and safe by  force of the onrush.  Only three of the injured persons  were taken to hospitals, and a few  went homo with the assistance of their  friends.  The recent petition of tht Canadian  Pacific Railway company to the Austrian government for permission to resume its full activities in Austria, including the transport ol emigrants has  been refused. The Xeue Freie/PresM  learns   that  THE HATPIN DANCJKb.  When ' a judge, giving damages for  injuries caused by a dangerous hatpin,  suggested that a dork might be put  on the end he was probably not aware  that an ingenious little machine on  the market solves the problem.  This does away with the hatpin danger by the simple process of decapitation, not of tho wearer, but of the  offending pin itself. It cuts the pin to  fit any hat.  After the hat is chosen it is measured, and a pin it selected and out to  the required length. The.pin jajjtert-.v  ed in jbtr m^kUrfiffpJAi%!' tho  p^*im?tfr? portion not re-  lother ropoints it, and a final  turn, adds the polish. This machine is  in use in more than one of the big  stores.���Evening News.  NEW WIRELESS DEVICE-  A pocket wireless receiver, resembling  a small telephone was presented to the  French Astronomical Boeiety by Engineer .luBtin Landry. The instrument  I needs no matt or autennaw, but it  brought in contact with a metalic surface, it enables the listener in Paris  to hear the time signals from the Eiffel tower, catchin" signals over thirty   ^^^^^^^^^^  ���,   *..-..   the government will not m wmjr, ol.���... - ..UUl..d ��.ci  Dr. Bridges, Foot Laureate, has give the desired permission rending the miles radius, A telegraph pole with  started a crusade for tho purification result of the judicial enquiry which wires gives the instrument a range  of the English language, is now proceeding. of 650 miles. .  Kelowna Opera House,  TUESDAY, JANUARY 6th  THE HIGHLAND COMEDY SUCCESS  Bunty Pulls  th  e  M >��t f ���v.iin.Umg play ever written -the favorite of two contirrsstas, with  Dawsey McNaughton  as "Bunty"  And all the original Scotch players  PRICES: $1.50, $1.00 aati 71c  Reserved aeat sale at Crawford's store  %l  ttttMteatMMiltl  djj^  ^^^bS^  *~^..^.-.    ������ ..^������A.^-.....ij ^^"  Z3_  ������i!!,ill!l,ll!!i  mesam  KEIvOWNA RECORD  THV8811AY  JAVMAKY1, ljU.'t,.  Bachelors  We not only  Wash but  Darn the Socks  For aanitary work and cleanly methods  'phone 159 and have our driver call  Kelowna Steam Laundry  WE DELIVER  to all parts of the City  FLOUR, FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES  We have funds to invest in  FIRST MORTGAGE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Bagkhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  ICE  Sent) your arrlert is early (or ice lo be delivered and packed  in your ice-house.  Farmers is lb* country may obtain ice ready cut on  the pond.  ll will casiyau ten timet more  to  have ice  delivered  in  the  tUBimer as if you have not already got an  ice-house consider  if il would not be an economy to build one.  FIREWOOD  Dry fire-wood (or sale in six rick lots, $2.50 per lick. Cash only.  BACON AND HAM  Next tnsdtb we can supply home cured, home smoked  baron  and bams fiom grain fed pigt of our own growing.  APPLES  Yellow Newton and Spilzenberg culls at $1,25 per box.  GRINDING  Oats, wheal and rye ground while you  Wait.    Get  (hit done  and save 25;per cent, on your feed bill.  WINTER FEED  We still bave rtom for a few head of horses.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  PHONE $  ,   City of Kelowna  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOMINATIONS  FOR  MAYOR,   AI.pKRMEX   AND SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  KELOWNA GROWERS'  EXCHANGE -   Phone 29  Public notice ia hereby given to the  electors of tho 'Municipality of the City  of Kclowna, that 1 require tho presence of tho Raid elcclarn at the council  chumbi'r, Bernard Avenue, on the  TWELFTH DAY OF .JAN. 1914  at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing persons to reprcBont them in  the Municipal Council as Mayor and  Aldurmon, and on tho Hoard of School  Trustees,  The mode of nomination of candi*  dates shall be as follows:  The candidates shall be nominated in  writing! the writing shall bo subscribed by two voters of the Municipality  as proposer and seconder, and shall be  delivered to the returning officer at  any time between the date of this no-  lice und 2 p.m., of the day of the  nomination; the said writing may be  in the form numbered five (fl) in the  schedule of the Municipal Elections Act  1011, und shall state the names, resi-  deuco and occupation or description of  each person proposed, in such- manner  as sufficiently to identify such candidate; and in tho event of a poll being  necessary, such poH wiH be opened on  the  I rKTKKNTH DAY OK JAN. 1914  at the Council chamber, Bernard avenue, of which every person is required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR MAYOR'-  Thc person qualified to be nominated  for and bleated as Mayor shaU be such  persons as are male British subjects of  the full age of hventy-ona years* and  arc not disqualified under any law,'and  and shall have been for the six months  next preceding the day of nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land or real ��� property in  the #ky of Kelowna, of the assessed  value, on the lost 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 FOR ALDftRMEN:  The persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Aldermen shall  be such persons as are male British  subjects of the full age ef twenty-one  years, ansl are not disqualified under  any law, and shall have been for the  bix months preceding the day of nomination the registered owner, in the  Land Registry Office, or land or real  property in the City of Kelowna, of  the assessed value, on the laBt revised  Municipal assessment roll of Fivfc Hunger Dollars or more over and above  any registered judgment or charge and  who are otherwise qualified as municipal voters. i  QUALIFICATIONS FOR SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  The persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as School Trustees  shall be such persons as are ftritish  subjects of the full age of twenty-one  years, and are not disqualified -under  any law, and have been for the six  months next preceding the day of  nomination, the registered owner, in  the Land Registry Office, ot land or  real property in the Kelowna School  District, ��f the assessed value, on tho  last revised Municipal assessment roll,  of Five Hundred Dollars or m��re over  and above any registered judgment or  |.harge, and who are otherwise qualified to vote at an election of School  Trustees in the Kelowna School District.  Given under my band at Kelowna, IL  Oi> this Thirtieth day of December,  1913.  G. H. DUNN,  6-7 Returning Officer.  Amusements  BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS  This play is a play one '.�� not iik��h  to tire of seeing. It is aja indigenous  to the soil of    Scotland as a Quiller  Couch story to a fishing,   community  of Britain.   The Scotoh character that  has persevered through generations of'  trial and struggle wresting life from a'  stubborn soil and faring bravely     on1  against every   disadvantage,   religious'  to superstition, clannish, parsimonious  but    always intensely human, has full,  play in the types presented.  "Bunty Pulls the Strings" is trash  and sweet as a budding hawthorn.  Not that the characters are overly  good, on the contrary they have many  and glaring faults, but the tenor ot  tho play is cheerful, wholesome, and  gives a welcome picture of life as it  is, not as people fear it will be,; as  men hope to make it. The reality of  the piny makes its humor natural, and  one might think himself Bitting- ipon  an eminence overlooking some rural  Scotch neighborhood with the visian  of a seer who saw into the hearts of  all the actors in the scene. The company presents the play with its light  and shade in capital fashion. The  quaint costumes, the burr of the  Scotch dialect, and the open exposition of the Scotoh characteristics make  a happy combination through wflich  the author peeps good-huuioredly, and  smiling at the follies of men.  '���  Miss McNaughton is an ideal Bunty.  With all her doll-like pret tineas she  looks and acts like a young woman of  unusual intelligence���industrious, frugal, but with a deeper current of natural affection that shines through all  she says and does, like the steady  flame of an alabaster lamp, says the  Seattle Post Intelliguncer of recent-  date.  Thomas Biggar, played by .1. H. Her  on, the Scotch butterman, who believes the Lord created his race "His own  peculiar people" but who has not the  courage to face trouble without shying  at his principles is capitally done.  Wellum Sprunt, big honest, religious,  simtimcntal. but putty in the hands of  Bunty, found at the hands of *f. M.  McFnrlane excellent expression. Grace  Richardson played the parsimonious  aunt, Susie Simpson, Madeline Powell  was the Glasgow boardinghouse keeper, and Ester Ford looked pretty as  Teenie Dunlop. Others in the cast  were . Gertrude Cary, Pagtrv Williams  John F. Clancy and Charlie Hesse.  Thirty-two foreign nations have announced their intention to participate  officially in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition as follows: argentine, Bolivia. Brazil, Canada, Chili,  China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark.  Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Hayti, Holland, Honduras, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, New Zealand.  Sweden, Nicaragua, Panama, Persia,  Italy, Spain, Peru, Portugal", Salvador, Uraguay, Venezuela, Millions will  be expended by these governments in  the greatest display the world has  known. The number of participating  nations exceed tha; of any exposition  in history.  The first marriage oeremany to take  place in Kingston between a Chinaman  and a white girl was solemnized by  the Rev. E. Leroy Rice, pastor of the  First Congregational church. 'Ihe  groom is K. F. Sam, proprietor of a  laundry and the bride Mise Ethel Palter, daughter of a well known King-  stonian. She wanted Ihe wmoay  performed over a year ago, and] although ho had tho girl's consent and  also that of her parents all the ministers in the city refused to officiate.  Sir Mackenzie Bowell, a former prime  minister of Canada celebrated his 90th  birthday on Saturday last.  ���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 Mens Clothing, Men's  Dollar*' Furnishings, Mens Hats,  Worth       Men's Boots and Sh  oes  in the Okanagan Valley to be put on sale at COST and below  COST PRICE, as we must rai.,e money lo meet heavy payments during January and Febtuary.  See our potters for price*, alto call at our atore and look  through our stock.  The winning numbers for prizet given by us on December 24th, are :���  1 st 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. Purves, 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  ROLLER RINK  Morning 1 n.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 (fairing private lewoni ��hould apply to Mr. and Mn. Wake at tha  rink during tht morning station  Don't forget January 15th���  MASK CARNIVAL  ���f  t  i  AT THE OPERA HOUSE, TUESDAY, JANUABY ��. .'"     'J II  wmm  THURSDAY, JAUNARY 1, 1(114.  KELOWNA  RECORD  n  CAR LOAD. OF  Cutters & Sleighs  Sleighs in 2in. 2�� and 3 in. runners.  Cutters in many differentstyles  ALSO  Rubber Lined Rugs  Horse Blankets,    Fur Robes,  Wool Rugs,  Water Proof Blankets.  We Always Carry a Splendid Stock of  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  Baled Hay and Feed of all Kinds  I    J W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street ot Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phoie 150.  Advtrtitt and tht world stands with you. Quit, and you stand aloat.  L  J.  BE PREPARED FOR SPRING  SEEDING  Now is tht time for farmers to consider the question of a good seed  grain supply for next spring.  The 1 greater part of the grain In the  west was harvested under ideal conditions last fall and little difficulty will  be met with in getting seed of strong I  vitality. Notwithstanding this there  are some individuals and even sections  of the western provinces that were not  so fortunate at harvest time and now  have seed of doubtful vitality in their  granaries for the spring seeding.  Seed of strong vitality makes a  good start, helps to keep down the  weeds and finally gives the big yield;  while seed, of poor vitality is a sure  loss.  Therefore every farmer who suspects  the vitality of his Bead should send  a sample to the Dominion government  seed laboratory, Calgary, for a germination test. In order that the report of this test may be of greatest  value to the sender, preparatory to  sending the sample he should clean  his seed as for seeding. Too often seed  that is badly oontaminatedwith weed  seed is sown. Every year the proportion ' of wostern wheat and oats which  contain wild onts is increasing. Such  grain must take a lower grade because  ���no satisfactory method of separating  it has been devised, Samp'.a of flax  containing 15 per cent, of weei! iceds  are only too common; this amounts to  approximately 200 bushels of waste  per oar. When the cost of tl resiling  handling and freight on this useful  material is added to the loss occasioned by the injury to the growing crop,  the net profits per acre is very materially lessened.  Flax is the most badly contaminated  weed which the farmer sows, and since  it is usually sown on new breaking bis  land is practically ruined at the start.  Farmers who have clean farms, or  farms free from some of the most  troublesome weeds���wild oats, stink-  weed, false flax, hall mustard, tumbling mustard, etc., should be very  careful to bow only clean seed.  The Seed Laboratory at Calgary is  at the disposal of the farmers or the  publio, and it is hoped that they will  make use of it in their efforts to obtain a pure seed supply.  la former years most of the samples  have oome in to be tested in March  and April, overtaxing the capacity of  the laboratory and sometimes causing a delay in -reporting on the samples.  NEW C. P. R. TUG NEARLY READY  FOR THE WATER  The (J.I'.R.'s new steel tug, a duplicate of the- "Castlegar," exoepting that  the hull of the latter 1b wood, is now  all but completed. Another week's  work will add the necessary finishing  touches, when tho craft will be ready  for launching, which will be about the  first of February.  The new steel -passenger boat is also  rapidly getting into shape. The hall  has been set up, and the machinery installed. The main deck it now being  put on. There remains, of course,  mueh work in construction of the superstructure, but everything looks  promising for the launching of the new  ship early in the summer. It is understood that this new boat will for some  weeks replace the steamer "Okanagan"  which will be pulled out and given a  thorough overhauling.  Both vessels are being built at tht  Canadian Pacifio yards, Okanagan  Landing.  If you have 'anything to tell, if you  want to buy anything, place a "want  ad" in the Record  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed Tenders, addressed to the  Postmaster General, will be received at  Ottawa, until noon, on Friday, the  30th January, 1914, for the conveyance  of His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed  Contract for four years," three times  per week each way, between Kelowna  and Rural Route No. 1., from the  Postmaster General's pleasure.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed  Contract, may be seen and blank forms  of Tender may be obtained at the Post  Office of Kelowna and at the offioe of  the Post Offioe Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Office.  Vancouver B. 0.  19th December, 1913  JOHN R. GREENFIELD,  5-7. Post office Inspector.  LATEST WIRELESS DEVEL0PW1XT  The newest development in wireless  telegraphy wat demonstrated at the  exhibifloniof the Physical BoOisty of  London In the Imperial College of Science. This invention aims at tha detection of the direction from which a  message comes. No one has yet discovered how to send wireless rays, like  a soarch light, in .any definite direction. They go out everywhere, but  even though they cannot be directed,  it is just possible that a ship will be  able to find out whence they come.  This is done by a wondorful new instrument shown by the Marconi Company.  EMBABfitf'W'xWIWMeV'''1  At, present tat Canidiaa aadUsitad  States market! are doted, agafawt eH  Imports of potatoes boat the British  Islet. Tht dltoovery ol oaaktt la  Newfoundland and the KkHbood of Us  introduction into Canada W to a prohibition of the importation of potatoes  from Europe nearly two yean ago.  The diseases black toale and powdery  scab are now reported as prevalent la  England and Ireland, which increases  the distrust of the purity ol supplies  from that quarter. The Secretary of  Agriculture and Technical Instruction  for Ireland. Mr, T. P. GUI, Is now  making personal representation to tht  governments at both Ottawa and Wash  ington to have tht embargo removed  from the Irish potatoes.   >���  It is therefore urged that samples bn  sent is as early as possible to avoid  this delay and to enable the farmer  to replace his seed who thereby finds  it unfit for use  HYDROAEROPLANE DUCK HUNTING LATEST THING IN SPORTING  CIRCLES  The wild duck has become such a "high Oyer" that the decoy duck has  ceased to lure him from his course; consequently, it hat become necessary  for the hunter to "go up and get Urn". In order to do this the hydroaeroplane has been brought into use.  This photograph shows a Chicago millionaire after duck hunting on the  shores of Lake Michigan in a hydroaeroplane.  i  I  PIANO CONTEST  Contest Closes December 31 st;   no votes  given after this date; but all contestants will  be given until January 5th to record Votes  when the final count will be made.  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  t * - '��� "���������" " ���������ll'  ���' '  KELOWNA   RECORD  Cabinet Makers*  Undertakers and Ernbalmere*  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kind* of buildings.       Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty,  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  1 have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.    Call and inspect ray stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gity and country patronage solicited  THE GREENHOUSES. Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  CUT FLOWERS Cl",",,"n"'n"  POT PLANTS  Carnations  tor Christmas Gifts  A FEW BULBS LEFT  Phon.88 PALMER &   ROGERSON P.O.Box II7  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 lo-every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlamis,  LIMITED  'Phone 240  P. C Box 147  I CADILLAC CARS  alst for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers *  (Garage in connection)  Wf�� Rpnair   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  ��� Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gts  Enginet.Motor Boatt, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobilea  We StOck   Col<1   R��"ec)  Shaf,inK>  Bo1"'  Screw��-  Null,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agtnti for the famous  For REPAIR WORK we have  engaged  the service* of an  autornekile expert wha has had yeart of experience in ftrst-clast  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can aatitfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET - - KELOWNA, B.C.  WOOD TICK DECLARED. TO BE THE  CAUSE OF INFANTILE  PARALYSIS  Researches by Dr. Seymour Hadwen.  pathologist of the Dominion department of agriculture, at Agassis, into  the cause of paralysis among u flock  of sheep at Keremeos, hat resulted in  important discoveries as to th�� miu-  Irnt wood tick (Dermacentor veaustus).  The investigations, which seem to establish tho cause of paralysis unong  sheep, also threw a sidelight on f-ev-  erol cases of infant pnralysiB and mor-  tality among children In the tp|.tr  country.  Since MHO, ropoated oomplalnls had  been coming to the department Iroin  a rancher in tho Similkameon regarding n form of paralysis affecting his  kheop, and occurring annually between  lato February and oarly April. Tho  farmer in question lived nonr Koro-  meos, whore the summers are hoi.  In the autumn of 1UI0 he imported  (100 Bleep from Montana, and in tho  following spring they began to develop symptoms of paralysis, which  during the 30 days depleted his flock  of  16 sheep.  In 11)12 he loBt 13 more, ill vearlings  in all being affeotod;'.and during May,  .lime and July he lost eight out of  1100 .affected, but it Is impossible to  sny if all were affected with paralysis.  Dr. Hadwen was sent to tho district  by the department, and was unfortunate in not seeing any recent cases,  but several which had been affooted.  "The sheep had just been shorn" says  Dr. Hadwen, "und on examining one  of them, n largo tick which hnd been  cut in half was found attached ro its  back; This was what gave riso to the  idea that tho disease was caused by  tick bites. I remembered also hearing  of curious eases of paralysis in children whore ticks wc.ee found attached  to their backs.  "Todd (1(112), in a recent publication, collected caso reports from medical men in British Columbia of paralysis in children associated with tick  bites, und Bishopp and King (1913)  have heard of similar casos in Montana. After thoroughly going over the  situation. I returned to my laboratory at Agassi/, bringing with mo a  number of ticks, and it was hero that  the disease was reproduced experimentally .under laboratory eonditions and  in a locality whoro the disease does  not exist. Karly in June another visit Was made lo the affeuted district,  and tho flocks of sheep again inspected  There were only a few ticks about,  however.  "One lamb was seen, about a month  old) partly paralysed in the hind  quarters, with a gorged tick attached to nock. The tick was removed, und two days later the lamb could  nin like the rest. Another lamb,  showing slight loss of co-ordination in  the hind quarters, was also caught,  but was recovering rapidly.  'The obvious reasons for few eases  developing in lambs is that they  usually come late in the season and  are kept in fields for a week or ten  days after they are born so that by1  the time thoy are taken up totho hills  tho ticks have practically gone lor  tho season.  1 was informed that there had been  about 25 cases among the lambs, but  tho shepherd thought some of them  had rheumatism, which may, of  course, be correct. As far as can be  ascertained, the tiok season round  about Keremeos may in some yours  commence as early as February, and it  does not extend much beyond May.  "Another shepherd told mc that a  few adult ticks were usually found on  the sheep io the early autumn, and  that he generally saw n tew cases of  parnlysis at that time.  "The district of Koromoos is a verv  hot and dry    ono (it has the distinction of being the only place in   Canada where scorpions   are to be found)  [and this doubt lews is the reason why  ticks abound throughout the country."  Tho    disease   is a form of paralysis  occurring in sheep, man, and probably  other animals, and is caused by    the  bites of Dermacentor venustut Ban.ii.  The"   tick has    a decided ;>nfantnco  for   biting   along tho spinal column:  whether or not the   disease can     be  reproduced by ticks   biting In    ether  parts of the body remains ,0 be piov-  led, but it is evident that the bites   of  ���fthis tiok are capable of producing serious local effects at any situation   on  the body where they become attached.  According to sheep owners, the disease  is sometimes of long duration.     One  shepherd carried   a   paralysed     lamb  from camp to camp nearly all summer  and it finally recovered.     In     sheep  which gram on tho mountains,     disastrous results are said to occur trom  Laffected   animals   losing their balance  read failing.  A yearling colt was seen showing  a loss of co-ordination; a dog became  .paralysed for a few days and recovered  after the removal af a tick, reports  have been received of paralysed rabbits having been found, and of young  grouse dropping out of the trees with  rings of ticks round their necks. The  exact nature of the disease has not  been ascertained, All that oan be said  is that In- sheep symptoms of paralysis?  THURSDAY, JAVNABY I, 19U.  I  ����� ������I.JIIl.ll-iLI���i_  occur six to seven days after ticks  have become attacked to them; that  the only pathological lesions found on  autopsy art subcutaneous haemorrhages where the ticks had beta attach  ed and congestion of the brain and  cord. Attempt to transmit the disease by inoculations have not been  successful, and no parasites have been  discovered in the blood or in the nerve  tissues. Bouillon cultures, prepared  from diseased animals, have remained  sterile.  The most likely explanation seems  to l)o that tho paralysis it duo to toxins inoculated by tho ticks.  Tho incubation period of six to seven  days suggests that "tiok paralysis"  may be a disease of miorobio origin,  and it is of course possible that tho  eausutive agent has not been recognized: but tho fact that no fover has been  recorded and inoculations hnvo boon  successful rather negntlves thit idea.  That ticks may exert toxic effects is  probable.  The symptoms of "tiok paralysis" in  lambs develop gradually. The Itrst  noticoablo sign is restlessness, the  lambs at times stagger about and  bump against obstacles and occasionally fall when trying to stop; later on  '.hoy fall down and cannot rise; at  this stage they strn" -,rt n groat deal  As paralysis advancm the lambs cease  struggling but still have a wild-eyed  look; they drink milk, with loss avidity  As soon as recovery begins they again  continually straggle in their attempts  to riso, and this continues until1 thoy  are ablo to stand, after which recovery  is vory rapid.  No efforts have as yet boon mado to  treat the affected animals, but this  will bo undertaken in the course of investigation. It would appear advisable, however, on general principles, to  remove the ticks from affected animals  and to resort to dipping, if possible.  The evil effects of this tiok aro apparently not confined to animals as a  number of deaths have occurred among  children, notably in the Kootenays,  which seem to spring from the same  cause,  One suoh case occurred at Creston,  where a four-year-old girl lost the use  of her legs and became unable to  stand. A tick was removed from tho  nape of her nock, and in three days  she was well.  In January of last year a similar  case occurred at Vernon, the child being three and a half years old.  At Nelson two deaths occurred. After death, a tick was taken from tht  nape of the neck of one child, and from  the right temple of the other. Medical men report several instances of the  same kind.  The tick in question is not the ordinary sheep tick, but a wood tick, which  flourishes in tho warmer parts of ths  upper country.���Fruit and Farm.  WORLD'S STRONGEST WOOD  i'robably the strongest timber in tht  world it a species of eucalyptus,  known as yate, which growt to aeon,  siderable size in Australia. Its average tensile strength is 24,000 pounds  per square inch; in other wordt a bar  of this wood one inch square will (in  theory, at least) hold up a weight of  12 tons. Thit it equal to good east  iron. No similar tests olCanatHaa  'woods have., as yet been made, but at  the Forest Products Laboratories, recently established by the Dominion  Government at McGill University, it  is proposed to investigate the mechanical properties of native tree-speetee,  with a view of determining, on a  scientific basis, their utility tor structural work.  STEAMER G. R. HUGHES RUNS  ASHORE ON MAIDEN TRIP  Tho fishing vessel G. R. Hughes, of  Vancouver, was wreaked oil Secretary  l'oint, Hope Island, last week. All tht  crew were saved through the arrival  on the scene of tht Henrietta. Tht  men were taken on board and carried  to Vancouver. It was the maiden  trip. She is reported to be a total  wreok.  Alert Bay wireless station got in  touch with the Henrietta shortly alter  the accident and received the report  of the mishap which was at follows:-  "Honrlettn picked up whole crew ot  fishing vessel G, R. Hughes, Vessel  on maiden voyage out off Vancouver.  Engines broke down in strong gale and  vessel ran ashore on Secretary Point,  Hope Island."  The Hugheo encountered some of tht  rough weather that prevailed an the  coast line recently and in attempting  to moke headway against the gate  her engines gave out. and she was  driven against the rocky short of Hope  Island.  In -Japan recently there was contfilot-  ed a railroad bridge nearly seven miles  lon<r. built ot native materials at a  oost of $375,000. .    -  COAL  COAL  *  WARNING  There is every prospect for 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  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 tell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for' 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  r  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative is now in London, Ens.   Send in your  list and get in touch with English buyers  MORRISON'S  Dance Hall  m  LAWRENCE AVENUE  fVe are open to accept engagements for Private  and Public Dances.  3,000 sq. feet of Highly-Polished  Hardwood Floor  All convenience*, including Dretting-Roomt for Ladies  ||      and Gentlemen,,Lavatories, Kitchen and necessary utensils, &c, complete.   Well heated, lighted and ventilated.  Music and refreshments arranged for  Prices on application to  ARMSTRONG & HAYMAN  Come and learn to dance at the Young People's Social  Hop every Thursday evening  SHiP YOUR FURSTC  irtUBERT  Get "More Money" for your FUR1  ship tour furs to "sMuaaar*  R reliable-responsible -wife���Kur House with an unblemished  uutlon existing for "more tluin a quarter of acentury," - '-������  cofwf ul rtconl of sending Tur Shippers prompt���SATIS!  AND PROKITABLK returns.  Write tor *S�� fttrtti. _  tho only reliable, accurate market report Slid price Hit pul  I   Writ* lor U-NOW-lf. FHBB  A. B. SHUBERT, he.Bg*'* THTJBffl��Alt> JAOWAtT 1, 1��14.  BfcMaGBat;  eMBaSSM, aaJsaks=aai  SSiSSiSli  '  -  WE WISH YOU  ALL THE  Prosperity  Happiness  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL aONINO  BBQULATI0N8  Coal mining rightt of tht  la Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,   the Yukon Territory,   the Norta-  wttt Territories,, and in a   portion ol  the Province ol British Colombia, may  be   lasted for .a   term ol twenty-oat  yean at an annual rental of   W   an  t.'  Not   more   than 3,600  trill be leased to one appHoent.  Application   for tht Watt moat he  adi   by tht applicant in person   to  tht Agent or Sub-Agent of the cattiis*  in which tht rightt applied for   am  AND  Content  WE COMING  YEAR WILL HOLD  i&  P. B. WMts  & COMPANY  WRUGG1STS & STATIONERS  KELOWNA �� B.C.  la surveyed territory the land  be described by sections, .or legal tub-  divisions of ttotiont, and in  td  territory   the   treat applied   far  ���hall be staked   out by the appaesat  Each application mutt be accompanied by a let of IS which will be  refunded if the rightt applied for  art not availaUt, but not otherwise,  A royalty shall be paid on tht mtr-  chantablt output ol the mint at the  rate of five otntt par ton.  Tht person operating the mint that)  furnish tht agent with sworn returns  accounting for tha full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tht  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rightt are. not being operated, such  rtturnt should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rightt only, but tht leasts may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be oon-  tidered necessary \Jor the working oi  the mine at the rate of 110 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to tht secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorised publication ol  thit advertisement will not be paid  for.  HI  W.C.ATTKEN  BUILDER & CONTrfACTOU  Plant and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Bea SI I  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to sell or if you  want to bur, see  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  (or the cotd weather  If you want your harness properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson it  your man.   He specialises in  Harness Repairing J  end puts hand sewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bank sf Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  BARBED FROM FUNERAL RECLUSE BEOS TO DIB  Call it infatuation or love as you will, but tht attachment which oauted  a young and beautiful woman to inflict self-imprisonment on herself tor  'three years, gives up her self-respect and forsake all the pleasures of a  gay world because of her devotion to an, old man, shows how intents a woman's devotion can become.  The above is a photograph of Adelaide M. Brance, prisoner for three  years in the office of Melvin Couch, a Monticelto attorney who watched hit  funeral cortege from, her cell and then pleaded for poison that she might  kill herself and join him in death.  B. C. FISHERIES FORGING AHEAD CONTRACT   LET   FOB   CANADA'S  MONSTER TELESCOPE  SaleatWalter'sMillinery  Hats up to $7.50 for $2.35 to clear.  LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS  Columbia Graphophones  Prices $32.50 to $130  The annual report of the fisheries department last week shows that British  Columbia easily leads the provinces'in  the value of its fishing industry. The  total marketed value of the fisheries  of the province for last year wat 114,-  156,488. This is an increase oi S778-  363 over the total for the preceding  year and establishes a new record.  The salmon catch was considerably  greater than that of previous year, put  its valut was over (300,000 lew. This  falling off in value wat due to the  fact that a large proportion of tht  catch consisted of humpbacks and the  other inferior kinds, which, of course,  sold at much lower rates than the  tockeytt. The herring oatoh /at much  greater, the increase in value being  over 1600,000.  The value of the halibut lithery  showi an increase of over #600,000  owing to a largely increased tateh  At an evidence of the rapid idvaiue  of the halibut fisheries in British Columbia in recent years, it may be  pointed out that four yean ago  its annual value had not reached one  million dollars. Last year the value  in round figures wat 13,800,000.  Will Weigh Fifty Tons and Be the Mot*  Powerful on Earth.  $125  Parable m Twelve Monthly Instalments  Nothing makes a better New Years Gift  For sale, with records, at the  Kelowna Furniture Company  MILK AND CREAM COMPETITION  The B. C. Dairymen's Association hat  announced a milk and cream competition to be held at Chittrwaok on Than  day and Friday, February 6th and  6th, 1014, the dates during which the  annual convention ot the association  will be held-  The competition will be open to producers anywhere in British Columbia.  The prises offered are of liberal proportions and the exhibition of milk,  and cream with itt comparative influence should have considerable educational valut.  The Canadian government has awarded a contract to the Warner * Swa-  sey Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, far  the construction of what is to he the  largest telescope in the world. Eighteen months will be required to manufacture it and place it in position. A  rough.idea of itt lite may be gained  from noting that a hill sized automobile could be readily driven through  the tube.  The Warner fc Swasey Company built  the l.oik telescope, finished in 1887, tht  object glass of which is thirty-ail inches in diamster, and the Yerkes tale-  scope finished in 1893, has a fortyhtoh  glass,   the hu-geet in the world.  Ambrose Swasey, a distinguished  scientist, and a member of the tea-  treating firm, when asked for the details of the colloeial new instrument,  said:  "Great Impetus wiH be given te astronomy by the action of the Canadian government in acquiring thit  splendid   seventy-two inch iastruratat.  "This great engine of toitnee,  weighing fully fifty teat, retting earn  massive piers of concrete, wffl hate a  tube thirty feet long and setae fast  in diameter, which will weigh tat  tont."  At tht lower end of the tuba will  be created the principal spectr  composed of a disc of glass seventy-  three inches in diameter, ten met  in thickness and weighing approximate  ly two tons.  (VsMitnke est hstsatsv f  aB wtts��t lit* ������ 4��at  ���ad tee far |  sMtfta, Sweaters, Hate, CopSi  Underwear, Flaaael   Skirts,  Heavy work Socks, etc  -  H. F. HICKS  WILUrS BLOCK  R. W.BUTLER  SUUDgR a eONTRACMR  Estimate, tarnished ea aB  oc WMdwork  Pleat tad VerifatHtat peep wed for  lowa aad country tiiM��skh  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  DryCordWood  $2.25 per rick  Pine aadFir.pMrsB.HeJ dry  F. HEATHER  (���Aft*** itheaeOK  ������������������������������������������- in  The settlers in the LeBoy district of  Saskatchewan who lost heavily by  prairie fires last month, are being aided by the government, which it hading them 18,000 to buy teed grain,  provision! and hay for their stock.  Security for this will be taken by  liens on homesteads.  raw:" -,:'   ���ij  1  ~!  <  ^'|  -r  >  fee' '���  i  |  i  i  r%  ��� -  255D  is. __   .  4$  ALBERT, THE INDUSTRIOUS KINO OF THE BELGIANS  King Albert, of Belgium, following tht tiaaple of his uncle, King Leopold 13, putt in many hours at Wo desk trary day. He familiarises hun-  self with the work ol bit adminiitratiee to samite datailt. This pioture  would suggest that ho hat just run hit fsSgan through hit hair fat an ea-  deavor to tolvt tome particularly knotty moblau of state.  CONCRETE  WORK  ...Jim of ettty kind, sod am  diiitltfttB my irtitrlia t��this watt,  n  wMek  I mvi  im  MMy  jFMtt  All Kinds of Cement Work.  Concrete BuiMinfe.  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H WITTER  WtOfsel w$ THONK 4J04  ���Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowae.  saaasaMassstwaaatetsi  Cffefftlkel fesMssJSsaaV Hsasa  left. IMS  mtmajm  sssaats -������yjjUlTMyp- sfcWWgBwTfffHTOp  ./  ���      ^-^y^j^js^mm^x:  ���.���'.... iaiXj-  KELOWNA  :  RECORD  ���  THURSDAY, JATJNAR* 1, 1914,  ,   ,   ' l'  r  WANTED!  j  FOB SALE���Good roomy cutter.    Apply, C. B. Leathley, Rutland.       x  SITUATIONS VACANT  Prepaid Kates:    2 cents ' per    word .  first insertion and 1 cent pe* word for WANTKD.-Cenonil   servant   for light  housework.    Apply box "0" KelotV-  each subsequent insertion. No ad., in  sorted for less that 36 cents  All classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to tht cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOll SALE��� 20 acres fine fruit and  huy luntl, six miles from Kelowu'u on  Vernon road; also 7-rooined Iioubu  and two fine building lots onWitsoti  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. t'outes. Lake  view hotel. 2llti.  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid (arm property close to Kelowna, comprising 21 ucus (5 aoreB in  orchard, pears, plums and prunes, bal  anco in meadow). Finest soil, free irrigation. Splendid location, good houso  with good well. Team, implements,  anil household effects, with quantity of  Feed can also be included in sale. The  terms Bproad over three years. Further information can be givon at Record office. x  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE��� One l'etaluma 240 egg  inenbator. The most expensive ��.a-  ehino made. Several patent labor-  saving devices, with patent-flame control, using about one-third amount  oil usually required. Also large size  I'eorloss hot-water brooder. 835.00  for both. Apply. (.'. H. Leathley  Rutland. *  FOR SALE - Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, and second cut Clover. Delivered or in stnclt. Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranch. 41 tl  HAY FOR SAI.r. - $18.00 per ton  in tho stack. 0. A. Pearse, Creek-  side. 45ti.  FOR SALE.���Dry cord wood, pino and  lir, guaranteed dry, S2.50 per riok  delivered. P. 0. Box 440. 'Phone  2206.   . 311.  Record.  btf.  HOUSES ETC., FOB RENT  HOUSE FOR RENT - On Pendozi  street 8 rooms, furnace, electric light  and water. Very convenient and  warm. Has one acre land and stables, shed and ice house. Apply C.A.  Fisher, Crowley Illock. ltf  GOOD PASTURE  Good paslurn.e l Mseoi Ranjh,  three miles from town, S. K. L., Co.  Apply to It. S.  HALL 42tf.  KELOWNA SCHOOL BOARD  Janitor required for high sohool. For  further particulars apply to Mr. N. D.  McTavish, secretary sohool board, Kelowna. 5-tf.  WANTED   I  WANTED���Two seat democrat, spring  tooth harrow, 10-inoh plow, and  stock feed cooker, all first class  condition, state price. Lewis Bros.,  Glenmore, S-6  WANTED���To trade, a nice littlo driv  ing horse, weighing about 1000 lbs.  and 800 cash for form horso 1200  lbs. or over. A. 11. Johnston, Rut  land. 5-7  WANTED.- Qualified teacher* for Beai  Creek school. Salary 805 per month.  Apply H. 0. Ohlldors, Box 211, Ke  lowna. fi-7  WANTED���To rent, immediately, a  piano lor aboul two months. Please  write, stating terms to Rox "KM"  Itoeord  office. '>  MISCELLANEOUS  WILL TRADE good two-siatud democrat for Moot wood. Apply to W.  I>.  Meredith, City Transfer.    '    fltf..  TEACHER WANTED  (Junlificd    Protestant     lenohor     lor  Glonrosa School*.    Duties to commence  as soon ns possible.   Salary $65   per  month.    Female preferred. Apply     to  THOS. H. HOCKEY, Secy.  lenrnsn P.O., Westhank, B.C.       Bit*.  NOTICE  Fence pests for sale on the ground  delivered. Apply  A. STIRLING, or the  OKANAGAN LOAN & INVEST-  ltf MENT CO. LTD.  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), bath morning,  afternoon and evenings, commencing  January 5th. The Touch System of  typewriting taught, also English composition and punctuation. For full  particulars call Monday and Tuesday  from 10 a.m. Upstairs, Room R, Kel  lor block.   ���  TO WATER USERS  Mr. Norrington, District Engineer,  under tho Water Act will be at tho  l.akeview Hotel, Kelowna, from II a.m.  December 110th to I p.m., December  31st, and will assist record holders in  the neighborhood of Kelowna who have  been required by the Board of Investigation to file plans of the works before the Illst day of December, l!U3  if called upon.  For tho Board of Investigation,  .T. F. ARMSTRONG  5-li Chairman.  DryCordWood  $2.25 per rick  Delivered  Pine and Fir, guaranteed dry  F. HEATHER  P.O. Box 449 Phone 2206  The Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, first and third Sundays in tha  month at 6 a.m.; second and fourth Sundays, ahar  Morning Prayer,  Litany on the first and third Sundays.  Morning; Prayer at 11  o'clock;   Evening Prayer at  .    7:30.  St. Andtew'a, Okanagan Mission.  First anc^third Sunday in month. Hob/  Matins and  Evensong  at 8 a.m.   Matins and Utany, 11 a.m.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matins and Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:3  REV/THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Assistant Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna,  Morning Services at 11 ��.m.;evemiigaervicesat7:30  P.m.   Sunday School at 2,30 p.m.  Wt tkly Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.  Rev. A. DUNN. D D.. Pastor.  nENVOUUN PBBSBYTEEIAN  CHURCH  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.     Sunday School 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Service II a.m.      Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.45 p.m.      Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev.'j. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Pastor.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodiat Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School nt 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday at ft p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, fell lice St,  Sabbath Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m  Snbhtstl) School at 2.30 p.m.       All welcome  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Wel.h, Pa.tor.  You Are, perhaps./  .   Late  C abbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS"  Kelowna.  Grernliou.se.  of Christmas Turkey, Chicken, Duck  or Goose, and are wondering what to  eat for a change.   Suppose you try  SMOKED MEAT  Choice Ham, boiled or baked, ie hard to  beat. We will sell you half a ham if a  whole one is too much. Bacon, of which  we have several kinds, is always a /welcome breakfast dish. Try slicing it thin  (or we will slice it for you); put on  slices of bread, and place in a hot oven  until the bread is crisped. Itis fine that way    -  Pea Meal Back Bacon  is fine any way you care to cook it, but  perhaps pea meal flavor is most valuable  when you boil a piece of the bacon and  slice it cold. We also have Boiled Ham  which we can slice as thin as you like.  NEXT WEEK WE WILL MAKE   SOME  CHEESE SUGGESTIONS  The McKenzie Co., Id.  ���  ._  GOME 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, Under,  wear, 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.     MHO  REAL EIDERDOWN <'OM H> HTEBS  SIN 00 reduced In    $14.40  1.100       "     "       l��.s��  .  10 Oil         "       " 8.00  1.50        "      "   5.TK  S.00        ''      ���'  I   S.H  .  FLANNELETTE SHEETS,  WHITE AND GREY  IS-4   $��.U reduced to     $111  114     I.T5        "..  "     I4S  ��S    , '(''   "    I.SS  WOOL 1  1LANKETS  Every pair up to ntundnrd and lull  Blankets  weight.  WHITE  SCOTCH WOOL  and  ISIb  $10.00 reduced to....  .    1.50  WHITE  CANADIAN WOOL  81b  $8.00 redured to ...  ..   S.4S  Comforters  GREY,  lib.  ALL WOOL  SS.ftO reduced to ... .  .    4.15  ��lb.  4.00 reduced to   .1/40  , Limited  Mackinaw Coats  $8.00 Values reduced to     $8.40  T.00     " "           *.SS  ��.00     "        "        ��������*���  .1.50      " "         *M  Sheep Lined Coats  1*00 " "        S.SS  10.00 " "      8.00  8.00 '�� "       S-4S  T.50        " "         S.SS  S.00 '." "           <.8S  Men's Suits  and Overcoats  Men's $M.0S Suits Reduced    $S4.SS  "       M.5S "                        SS'.SS  "       SS.SS SS.SS  SS.5S 18.SS  "     18.SS I4.4S  .    IS.SS 1S.SS  "   ���   1S.SS S.SS  Heavy Underwear.  The knife goes in deep on these lines.  STANFIELD'S  Black Label $��.���� reduced $I.SS  ,   Hluo-     "   '  l.TS'      " 1.4S  Red IKS I.M  Sweater Coats  Many lines ol these are still unbrok- .  en, comprising suoh well known makes  as "Dr. .laeger" "Aome", "Vancouver  Knitting Co." "Dunnville", and others  at the same ridiculous prices.  Combinations  Combinations in all tho winter  weights at proportionately the tame  reductions. We oarry in stook "Watson's", "l'onangle", '.'Turnbull'e Cto-  Ice", ".laeger", "Gold rheeen" "Towers Silk" and "Sill! and WooV1, and  "Watson's Spring Needle."  Beautiful  Evening  Gowns  These comprise the very latest, and  nattiest the best makers' can produoe  and positively the last word in style.  In fact these are so new-that we had  to buy them from photographs in or-  der to get delivery. *  VALUE AT SSS.SS PALE PINK  PAILLETTE, draped with Silk  Ninon to match. Made wi^h a love-  ly pink net Tunio embroidered in  gold beads. With' a square-out neck.  Medium low.  Special Prioe       SSS.SS  AT $40 00. CORK COLOR BROCADED  SATIN draped lb Pole Yellow  Ninon embroidered in Silver beads,  and fringe. Made very dainty with  a low neck, kinged with Rose beads  Special Prioe     $��T.M  AT $ST.SS. PINK PAILLETTE J91LK  draped very prettily with Ninon  de Sot. Skirt is caught up on either side with a large bead buckle.  Bodies is made with a laoe yoke  embroidered In dainty Blue and  Pink Dowers. ' ,  Special Price    SIS.M  Many other styles which are InoVe-  oribably pretty and just suoh reduo-  Mone, '.        V\  It will pay you to come every morning while this sale lasts, as during the  process ol itooktuking many bargaltM  go on the oountera doily, REMNANTS  oi Tabling, Sheeting, Cotton Prints,  Zephyrs, Muslins, Delaines, Embroideries, Laoes, Towelings, Dress Goods,  Serges, Tweeds, and Curtain Goods.  SEE OUR TABLES. OF  BLOUSES, CHILDREN'S DRESSES,  WOOL WEAR, CORBETS, BOOTS  AND SHOES, SHIRTS, UNsTBRWEAR  KELT SLIPPERS, KIM0NA8. HOSIERY AND SOX.

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