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 tte_ayai  ^oXo_vOwti>  Com__i_#\  \Utimm iUmtib  VOL. IX.   NO. 9.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1917.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Par Annum  First Statutory Meeting  of New City Council  Mayor Sutherland Lines Up  His Committees for  Year's Work  Monday morning ioliowing  election is laid down by law _  tlie lirst meeting ol the newly-  elected council, and the occasion  upon which the Keys oi ollice or  whatever else sy_ooiik-.es Uie  burdens and responsibilities ol  civic auairs, are handed over by  the old body to V_e new. As  this year's council is, with two  exceptions only, composed oi  the same tneuiDers as last year,  this part was comparatively  simple, and alter the ceremoU)  attending uie making oi a nre-  sentation to the retiring iklayor  (referred to in another column;,  he and ex-alderman Lopeiand  withdrew, giving place to Uie  newly-elected memuers, Aid.  Buck and Aid. ltogcrsou, Ma>or  butheriand movmg up to uie  seat oi honour at the head ui  the board..  The lirst business oi the new  Mayor was the appointment ol  committees and the apportioning oi the work oi the various  departments oi city auairs. lhe  line-up as submitted was as  follows:���  Finance Committee: ��� Aid.  Itattenoury (chairman), Aid.  Rogerson, and Aid. Uuggan.  Board oi Wonts. ��� Aid. Harvey (.chairman,), and Aid. Duggan.  Light and Water Committee.-  Aid. Duggan (chairman), and  Aid. Buck.  Health and bewerageCoininit-  tee. ��� Aid. Jjlillie (chairman;,  and Aid. Rattenuury.  Parks Committee.���Aid. Rogerson (chairman j, and Aid.Harvey.  Fire Protection and Bni_!��i:i  Committee.���Aid. Buck (chairman), and Aid. Millie.  In submitting these names,  Mayor {Sutherland said that  they might be subject to alteration ii thought desirable. It  might also be necessary to add  a third member to some oi the  committees, but this could be  leit ior consideration iu the  meantime.  There were one or two suggestions which he would like to  make to the council and to thc  dillerent committees at I he outset, said the Mayor. In the  lirst place he would like to see  the council' as a body regard iV-  seli more as a board oi directors  The committee idea was all  right for the larger cities, but  in smaller places it was apt to  be overdeveloped. He would not  like to see the dillerent committees regarding themselves as  close corporations, and altogether apart from the rest. In  the work of the committees, loo  it had become customary to  leave the whole of the work and  responsibility to the chairman,  but in reality he was only the  convenor of the committee, and  had no more power or authority  than the rest unless that power  was delegated to him by them.  As to the Finance committee,  this in a sense overlapped all  the other committees. It was  responsible for all expenditures,  and could not shift that responsibility to the other committees  though it was the privilege" oi  the latter to make suggestions  and recommendations.  In addition to the above committees a resolution was passed  recommending to the government the appointment of Aid.  Rattenburyand Mr. G.A. Meikle  as Police Commissioners, and  Aid. Buck and Mr. W. G. Benson as a Licensing Board.  It was decided to call for tenders for the auditing of the city  accounts for the year.  Chief Thomas submitted his  monthly police report for December, showing a total of ten  cases before the magistrate during the month, one for breach of  the Indian liquor Act and nine  for gambling. The costs, bails  forfeited, and fines paid over to  the city amounted to (182.50.  Would Have "Movie City" io  tbe Okanagao  The Kettle Valley Railway Co.  haa offered to the new company  being organized at the coast to produce moving picture films a very  choice piece of property near Penticton as a sight for their "movie  city" which is expected to he on  the lines of the one   in   California.  Make Presentation  to Retiring Mayor  Ex-Mayor J. W. Jones, M. P. P.  Given Handsome Gold-headed  Cane 111 Appreciation of  beven Years' Service  Two  remarkable   contributions  t> the Cina ban patriotic Fund are  reported b> D. C. Scoit.supeiinte -  dent of Indian aff rirs. I lie Indimis  f the Posquiil band give a $1,00,,'  a'ld the Indians of the Muscowpe-  turn? Dand $500. Both these band-  belmg to Saskatchewan. The con  tribetioirs ot the Indians in bot  men and mo .ey since I lie wm began has been extraor linary as well man  as unexpected.  I  Before the members of the old  council vacated their seats at  the meeting luonuay, an interesting lituc presentation ceremony look place which served  lo snow the esteem in wrilch tne  retiring Way or, j . �� . .Jott-s, in.  i\ l'., is held uy his late leiiow-  wor���rs on the city council ana  aiso by the city stan, and chc  appreciation they leel of the  many years oi service he has  gucn to the city, lirsl ���s dloei-  and lor tne last live years  The Reasons Why  Allies Are Fighting  Are Made Plain to President  Wilson in Long Reply to  Famous Peace Note  as mayor.  nn ,11,        , i- to mayor-elect D. W   SutLei-  Ha Honor the Lieut nant-Gov-  ,     "        J,    ....        , ,.   l '     i���,      j j t land leu the duty  ol making ihe  ernor  has  torwarded    a    sum   'I ,     , ���* J  ,082.1 3 to his Excellency the , Presentation, which cook tne  Governor-Ce:,er���l for transmits..) . lorm o1 a handsome Ko_-headed  to the "N.tiona! Committee for Re- euony ��*��*_* *UeK, SUltauiy  lief in Belgium," being �� c.ntiil.u- 'engraved. it was scarcely action from lhe school children of etmiy, said Mr. toucherl-d, to  this province for ihe relief of child j^y very much with regard to  renin that part of Belgium occupi I the very courteous ucumcui  ed by Germany.  accorded to the various aider-  men who had iormed ehe city  council, and to the stall oi tne  city during ihe retiring mayor s  long term ot ouice, nor to me  good   work   done  ior   the   city  For rach day in 19t6;un to November I, there wer>820in I list rial  workers killed , r injured in Pt n-  sylvania. 1 Ire monthly average is  21 ! killed and 20,733 injur, d.        louring the past seven years. AD  The Co operative Wholesale \ this had been much more appre-  Societesof Manchester, England "ated than he could ever nope  and Scotland have bought 2000 to express. He hoped tliat in  acres of wheat   land   in   Canada. ���e   larger   splicre   which   Mr.  Land has a'so been bought by the  same body in   India   and   Ceylon.  With a capitalization of $ 100,000  J ones was auoul to cuter that  the gut would serve to remind  him oi those who had been his  colleague'   in the worK   oi    the  a company is in process ol forma-|cuy_   in il.tjJlilmg mm fl^ best  tion, locally, for the purpose of e .L^   wr Ule lllLure ne   wouia  giving in the manufacture of  ope and cable.  How to Save Coal  A coal dealer in England,   an  exchange   says, has revealed  wlre also like to include the name ol  Aid. Copeland, who was also retiring irom the council. It was  a matter ior great regret thai  the council was losing the services oi two such men, whose  places, ne was afraid, it would  be dillitult to fill.  In reply ing, Mayor Jones said  that   tie   gilt had been a   very  secret oi how to make a lire last great and pleasant surprise to  about twelve hours with a sin- hun. He had expected ojlya  gle feeding. ifew minutes uriei ceremony   iu  "The preparation," says this handing over the ailairs oi the  real philanthropist, "is so very | city t_0 Jns successor, but he was  cheap that 1 am pleased to give none the iess grateiul for the  it to your readers. For one nun- i01i.en of their esteem and the  dredweight of coal mix sixteen kindly expressions which acconi-  ounces   of   common   salt   with panicd it.  eight ounces of common soda, 1 it was impossible for him to  and about two-thirds oi a   pint I retire  irom the ollice which . he  of boiling water to dissolve the  salt and soda. Keep this in a  bottle with the cork cut to allow the solution to be sprinkled.  Be sure the coal is well moistened with the Solution. The result is invariably very little  smoke, a very bright incandescent kind of flame, and long duration ol fuel..  "It sometimes happens that  some classes of coal require a  stronger mixture.- Then increase  the quantities of salt and soda,  but the same proportion of boiling water.  "What first led me to these  experiments was that some lew  years ago a salvage steamer recovered some coal which had  been submerged in a vessel ior  over twenty years. I had a few  hundredweights ol this coal and  was astonished at its duration  when burning. Further, the  smaller the coal the better the  results���so much so that I can  strongly advise your readers to  break up the coal before saturating it with the solution."  A subdivision plan submitted  by Messrs, Burne & Weddell, of  a part of Block ;��8 at the north  end pf the city was approved.  A letter was read from the  manager of the Telephone Co.,  pointing out that since the card  of instructions in case of fire  was last issued a large number  of new phones had been installed and changes made,. All the  latter were without the cards,  and he recommended that a further supply be procured.  It was delided to change- thc  day of the regular meetings of  the council to Monday instead  of Friday.  had held so long without som  regrets. He had greatly enjoye  his seven years service, the past  live years of them as mayor.  They had meant much to him,  and had given him a deep appreciation and insight into what  was involved in municipal work  an insight which he felt sure  would be of great help to him  in that larger sphere to which  '.he new mayor had referred. If  he could be of any use to Kelowna in his position as member  lor _e district, it would be verv  largely due to the experience he  had gained while engaged in the  city's work.  No 'one would feel the separation from the council more than  himself. They had been a loval  body of aldermen, and particularly in the last year, and while  there mij^ht have been dilTerences  of opinion every man had becu  willing to do his best. If any  of them had expressed doubts as  to the wisdom of any lines oi  policy he had been perfectly sincere in doing so and was always  ready to do his part in eolvinj;  the problem.  Of the city staff he had nothing but good to say, and their  loyalty ' and courtesy had been  'appreciated by all.  He thanked the Press for the  fair and impartial tre>uiuent  which had been accorded to the  council.  So manv members of the old  council were retaining their  seats that the work would practically go on without interruption. He had no fears for the  future of the city while in their  hands. To the office of Mayor  Mr. Sutherland would bring lhe  experience of manv past vears.  and the knowledge and care and  The Allies' reply to President  Wilson's request for a full statement of lhe objects for which they  were striving has been the principal topic for discussion in the press  during the past week. Alter touching upon tin- history of the war, I  the ambitions of Germany to dominate Europe, and the brutal manner in which they had carried on  the war, the note states that the  objects of the Allies are well known  having been ioimulated by the  chiefs of their different governments on several occasions.  " Their objects in the war will not  be made known in detail with all  the equitable compensations and  indemnities for damages suffered  until the hour of negotiations. But  the civilized world knows that they  imply in all necessity and in the  first instance the restoration ol Belgium, ol Serbia and of Montenegro  and the indemnities which are due  them; the evacuation of the invaded territories of France, of Russia  and of Roumania with just reparation; the reorganization of Euiope  guaranteed by a stable regime and  :minded a:-much upon resptctof  nationalities and full security and  liberty (of) economic development  which all nations, great or small,  possess as upon territorial conventions aud international agreements]  suitable to guarantee terntoiial arid  maritime fi ontiers against unjustified attacks; the restitution of provinces or territories wrested in the,  oast from the Allies by force or j  against the will of their populations; I  the liberation of Italians, of Slavs, {  of Roumanians and Teheco S'av-1  oquf8 from foreign domination;  theenfranchisement of populations  subject to the ��� bloody tyranny of  tic Turks; the expulsion fro.-" Eur-1  ope nf the Ottoman Empire which  has proved itself so radically alien  to western civilization. The intentions of His Majesty tin- Emperor of Russia regarding Poland have  been clearly indicnled in lhe proclamation which he has inst addressed to his armies. It goes  without saving lh?t if the Allies  ���vish to liberate Europe from lhe  brutal rovtousness of Prussian  militarism, it never has had design,  ��� s has been alleged, to encompass  lhe extermination of the German  peoples and their political disappearance. That which they desire  above all is to insure a peace upon  Meeting of B.C. Fruit Growers' Association  A meeting of the B. C. Fruit  Growers' Association was held on  Tuesday, Jan. 16th, in the Board  of Trade room, to nominate directors for the North and South  Kelowna districts and to elect one  delegate from each of these two  districts for the the Conference to  be held at Victoria on February  13th and 14th.  The two directors for 1916���  Messrs. L. E, Taylor and J. E. Reekie--were again nominated and  Messrs. W. C. Spencer and L Dilworth were elected as delegates.  A resolution re'a ing to the irrigation difficulties was paused and  with other matters handed to the  delegates and directors for support  at the Conference.  County Court Holds  Two Days' Session  Court House is Disgrace to City  Says Judge Swanson  I he handsome sum of $43 was  rals -d at thc social held last Thursday by the ladies of the W. C. TU.  Special thanks are due to the  Bethel Sunday School, which sent  a contribution of $5. The cash  goes' to the fund for providing  cocoa lor I he troops iu the trenches.  The estate of Col. Wm. Cody*  who died at Denver last week,  and which had been estimated  several tines in the past at over  $ 1,000,000, today was estimated by  Col. Codey's attorney, at not to  exceed $65,000. It consists in the  main of three ranches near Cocy,  Wyo., and an equsty in the hotel  tn that town.  An appeal by residents of the  town of Quesnel for act ian by the  gnvemmert towards having the  line of the P. G. E. Railway now  located from one to three miles  from the townsite, brought through  the town, is being given consideration by Hon. John Oliver, minist  er of railways. As located by the  engineers the line runs on a bench  above and some distance from the  townsite and ever since the surveys  were made the passing by of Quesnel has been a sore point with the  residents their.  wisdom which he had always  shown in connection with city  ailairs. He had no doubt that  the deliberations of the council  would be conducted in the most  amicable manner.  He thanked them from the  bottom of his heart, and though  he was retiring from the council he still hoped to have the  privilege of being present at  some of their meetings. He  wished them every good luck in  the matter of finance, which he  reminded them would require  the greatest care and caution.  Ex-Aid. Copeland, who has almost as long a record of service  to his credit as the late Mayor,  said that he would always look  back with very great pleasure  to his six years service as alderman and chairman of the Board  of Works. The work,had been  strenuous at times, but it had  alwavs been a-pleasure to him  to do bis bit for the sity He  spoke of" the cordial relations  which he had always i u'oyed  with his fellow aldermen, and  also with the city clerk, whose  courtesy and willingness at all  times to supply information had  been very helpful to him. Although he was leaving the council he was still a citizen of Kelowna, and he wished Ut- Mayor  and Aldermen a brieht and a  prosperous year.  The new Mayor then too* his  seat at the head of the table  amidst congratulations, and  welcomed to the board the new  members, Aid. Buck and Aid.  Rogerson, who had previon.lv  taken the customary oath of  office before Magistrate Wtddtll.  the principles of liberty and justice,  upon the inviolable fidelity to international obligation with which  the government of the United  Siates has never ceased to be inspired.  "United in the pursuits of this  supreme object, the Allies are determined individually and collectively to act with all their power  and to consent to all sacrifices to  bring a victorious close to a conflict  upon which they are convinced  not only their own safety and prosperity depends, but also the future  of civilization itself."  The following proclamation, in  response lo the Allies' note, by  the Emperor to the German people  li,s been officially published in  Berlin:  "Our enemies loive dropped the  mask. Aftet iciusiog witfi scorn  and hypocritical wc.ids of love of  peace and humanity our honest  peace offer, they have now, in their  reply to the United Stat?*, gene  beyond that and admitted their  lust for conquest, the biseness of  which is further enhanced by their  calumnious assertions. Iheiraim  is the rrushing of Gr-nr any, the  dit-membeimeiil of the powers allied with us and the enslavement  of the freedom of Europe and the  seas, under the same yoke that  Greec , with gmshing of teeth,  now is enduring.   -  "But what th.y could pit r< hieve  In thirty months of b'omli st fighting and unscrupulous economic  war. ihey will also fail to acr om-  plish in the future. Our glorious  victo ies and the iron strength of  will wilh which our fighting people  at the front and at home have  borne all hardships and distress  guarantee thnt also in* the future  our beloved fatherland has nothing  to fear. Burning indignation and  holy wrath will redouble the  strength of every German man and  woman, whether it is devoted to  fighting, to work or to suffering.  "We are ready for all sacrifices.  The God who planted his glorious  spirit of freedom in the hearts of  our brave people will also give us  and our loyal allies, tested in battle, the full victory over all the  enemies' lust for power and rage  for destruction.  (Signed)   "WILHELMI.R."  Sessions of the County Court  were held Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in Kelowna,  His Honour Judge Swaasor.  presiding. The inadequacy and  i inconvenience of the present  I courthouse was very strongly  emphasized when the crowd of  witnesses called in one of tbe  cases was sufficient to pack th-  building to the doors, and producing a suffocating it:no.,ph a*  which was decidedly unpleasant.  The situation was further aggravated by inconvenient calls  over the telephone for the provincial constable, who uses the  room as his office.  His Honour expressed his disgust very strongly, leclariig  that it was a great disgrace  that a citv the size of Kelowna  should have to put up with such  a miserable arrangement.  JUDGMENT FAVOURS THE  WESTERN CANNERS  Judgment was handed down  Tuesday in the case of the Western Canners, Ltd., versus T. W.  S. Taylor, in which the former  sued Taylor for Jiooo damages  for breach of his contract to  supply the Cannery with tomatoes from, his ranch. The plaintiffs claimed to have suffered  considerable loss by reason of  plaintiff and other growers taking advantage of tr favourable  market and selling large portions of their crops elsewhere,  thereby causing the Cannery to  stand idle for several days  from lack of tomatoes.  Judgment was given for the  Western Canners, Ltd., damages  being,assessed at S75 and costs.  OCCIDENTAL GETS C* AIM  IN FULL  Another judgment given of  especial interest to local farmers and growers was in the ca3e  where the Occidental Fruit Co.,  sued Messrs. Geofge Vipond a.  Co., of Winnipeg, for $517, the  value of a car of semi-ripe tomatoes, shipped to the order of  the latter, and of which they  afterwards refused to take delivery. His Honour said there  was no doubt that the tomatoes  had been carefully inspected by  the purchasers' agent beforehand  and shipped in proper condition  and in good faith by the plaintiffs. He especially complimented Mr. Leopold Hayes on the  clear and businesslike manner  in which he had given his evidence. Plaintiffs were awarded  the full amount of their claim  with costs, and a counter claim  for S896.80 loss and damages in  connection with two previous  cars, dismissed.  HEARS DISPUTES OVER  CROP AGREEMENTS  On Tuesday the Court was  occupied with the hearing of a  case ih which an Italian nutrcd  Zanta sued Manly Byrns for So;  balance due under a crop agreement. The claim was admitted  but a counter claim was entered  for S750 damage for neglect of  cultivation and irrigation. Mr.  R. B. Kerr appeared for the  plaintiff and Mr. E. C. Weddell  for the defendant. The counter  claim was disallowed and judgment given to the plaintiff for  the Sq.s and costs.  Another crop agreement case  between Christanti and three  other Italians against Louis  Ramponi was settled ont ����i  court, an adjournment being  made to allow the parties tut lie  dispute to get together. *  James A. Macdonald, chief justice of the British Columbia Court  of Appeal, ha* been appointed  administrator for that prcvlnc*  from January 13 to Februarj 17  "during hia absence on leave of the  lieutenant-governor. PAGE TWO  KSLOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, January i8t_, 1916  KELOlliNH RECORD  PahUsaasi ���>���_> Tkarsslny at Kelown.,  Britisk Columbia  IOHN LEATHLK?  Editor arid ''roprirtor  Orders for  Local  Scouts  SUBSCRIPTION   RATEls  11.80    par    ve-r;    73c.    an    mootbi-   Unil*d  States 10 O0D_ additional.  All ���ubscriotiooi twivable in adv���ooe  Suhwribero at tb* irirular ra'�� <ao have  ���stra D*r*r�� mailwl to friend* n*. a di^tanra  at  HALF RATE. U.. 7S cenU pK vaar.  Thi�� atyci-l wivilre* Il rrnnttd for ibt*  DurtK'iw  of  adverttHinti  l~*  *"itv   -vnd district.  ADVERTISING   RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC..  :..r.   ocnta wr column ioch per   week.  LAND AND TIMBER KOTIOBB-M davi. Wi  60  davi  ��7.  watkr noticrs-m (or Qvt luorttons.  LEGAL  ADVERTISING���Firtt   laiirtiab,   12  ��nti   per   line;  each   !ul>��rquent   inMUrtinn    H  writ*   Mr   line.  CLASS1F1KU   ADVERTISEMENTS  -2 contj  per   wyrd     lirst   insertion,   1   c��?nt   per   word  each  ���ubsenuent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISE__NTS - Two inches  and under. fill c. nt* per inch lirst insertion  rivsr two inclies 40 n-nt-* per inch lirnt insertion: 2(1 rents Iter iifb each subseuuent  inaertion.  *BC PR-PARED"      Kelowna   Troop  Troop Firtt;   Self Lati  All rhanu^s id roTitruit tidtertittementB must  be in the hands ol the printer bv T'lesdav  evening   to    eimure    publication    in    th-    next  Westbank News  Mr, John Dobbin hus made a  decided improvement at the  schoolhouse. What ��_' >i alabas-  tine, soap, and oil, things certainly look much brighter.  Mr. J. II. Campbell, the newly elected president of the Liberal Association, accompanied  Air. Rogers on his return to  Kelowna Saturday morning.  According to an Kuglish paper  just to hand we find Corporal  A. Dobbin the winner of a  shooting competition. - It is  pleasing to know our boys are  making good. 7  -Mr. G. W. Martin, builder and  contractor, of Kelowna, has just  completed a beautiful little bungalow on the Dundas ranch, occupying the same site as the one  destroyed by lire last summer,  when Mrs. Faulkner was very  severely burnt while trying to  save some valuables out of the  old house.  ���  The services usually held in  the schoolhouse on Sunday afternoons had to be postponed on  the first Sunday in the new vear  owing lo the renovations not  being quite completed. Mr.Rowland, the pastor, was duly notified of the fact, which saved the  gentleman the long drive   from  Peachland.  .      ��  ���  Mr. L. V. Rogers, the late  Liberal candidate, was over  from Kelowna on Friday evening to address a farmers' meeting on the water question,which  paradoxical as it may seem, is  a burning question to the inhabitants of Westbank.  During his stay here Mr. Rogers was the guest of D. E. Gellatly.  SCHOOL REPORT  for the month of December,.  Senior IV.���1st, George Brown,  2nd, Robert Hewlett.  Senior III���1st,    Jeane Brown,  2nd, Herbert Hewlett.  Junior   III.���1st,    Grace   Lake,  2nd, Geraldine Campbell.  Second Reader.���1st, Grace Hew  lett, 2nd, Ruth Smith.  Second   Primer. ��� 1st,    James  Gellatly, 2nd, Frank Short.  Receiving    Class.���1st,   Maxine  Campbell, 2nd, Benjamin Lake  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 yearn" experience in the Auctioneering  business, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implements and Household Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal. It meant  better results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should see or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 193. Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. o. W. CUNNINGHAM  Pendozi Street, is acting  as  agent in  Kelowna and will make  all arrangements for the conducting ol sales  E'lited by Pioneer.     Jan. 16th,'17  Al the Court ol Honour held on  Tuoflday last nil the existing Patrol-  were disbanded and the Scouts still  remaining in th*' Troop were formed  into live Patrols, with the members of  each of u uniform si?e as far ta possible. Troop Leader Keller applied for  aud obtained leave of iibeence until  the next, matriculation examinations  for Kingston R. M, ('. aro over. Parol Leader Anthony DuMoulin, of the  former Curlew Patrol, was appointed  to succeed him in this position, and  we extend our heartiest congratulations on the appointment. The new  Patrols a-ei-CURLEWS, TI. Crowley,  Leader, Chariot daddes, Second, and  Scouts Robert Dykes, .luck Parkinson,  and George Mantle; UK A VERS, .las.  Calder. Leader, Lloyd Day, Second,  and Scoufca F. Whitehead, Robert Stil-  lingfloet, and Ralph Weddell; WOLVES  Godfrey Groves, Leader, L. DuMoulin,  Second, and Scouts T. Taylor, S  Whitehead, and C McKenzie; EAGLES  Th< imas    S naahall,   Leader,   Leonard  Gaddes, Second, and Scouts Prod Dug  gan. C. Rowcliffe, Reggie Weddell, Nelson Marshall, and Charles Copeland-.  OTTERS, 1). Parkinson. Leader. B  Davis, Second, anil Scouts ���'. Groves,  1". Sinkinson, E. Hunter, F.. Small,  and    I.  Thomas.     Patrol   Leader    Lin  Weddell is unattached for the present.  ��� ���  For the week ending January 30th  there will be no Troop Parades, but  there will be separate meetings of the  Patrols, notices of whieh will be given  by the Leaders to the members ol the  respective Patrols. The Leaders and  Seconds will also have a Separate  meeting of iheir own of which th-'V  will receive due notice. The Scout  masters expect to be busy taking Soe-  ond'class tests, so notify your Leader  as soon as you are ready and they  will make an appointment for you.  We earnestly hope that the new system we are trying will be a success,  but to be so we must have Patrol  quarters, and ask you to bring last  week's column to the notice of all our  friendswho    may    lie    of any possibl*  assistance to us.  ��� *  ���  We had a strenuous game of hockey  with the Hankers on Saturday last  Tho Bankers were minus the services  of their star, and w0 therefore had to  lend them two small EJoootf to take  his place. Those of you who study  algebra may naw be able to deduce  from this the formula that ''two small  Soouts equals one Big Banker," No  record of the time played was kept,  when we stopped, the score was three  to two in our favour.  ���  Is everyone entering up his daily  good turn in his diary? What you  may put there will be absolutely pri  vate if you so wish, with the c-Cep  tion of the examiner. If you do nv-ie  than one good turn, as wo hope you  will do, enter them all or the best onr  as you wish.  ���*    PROFESSIONAL AND    "  BUSINESS CARDS      *���  ...��..��..��������������.,  �����*�����������������������������������'�����������������'���>  BURNE _ WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���    John F. Burne.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  leceive   pupils  as  before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Cu.Sac.CE.  Consulting Clcll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceuor  Surveys and Report, on Ims.tion Works  Application, [or Water License.  KELOWNA, B.C.  Odes of an Onlooker  (To the Bystanders)  Kelowna     once   had   a   young  Mayor  Who sat such a    time   in     the  chair  That he cried "I must quit,  I'm so sore where where I sit,  And mv pants, look! are   worn  threadbare."  A   B.C. election was planned���  'Twos salvation come right   to  hand!  Thus decided the Mayor,  That tho' stuck to the chair,  He would slip through his pants  to stand.  Then a big boy of Kelowna  Said I'll be Mayor or a .lonah!  It's a fish story now  For a whale of a row-  Made him wish he'd left it alone  -ah!  Analysis of the votes for School  Trustees, with a recommendation to the last on the list:������  i. 136 votes Cal(le)d(h)er���  elected by exclamation.  2. Trench votes scored (no  suggestion of overseas plugging;!  Guess he was (lug in!  3. Bigger votes naturally  beat smaller.  .). We Know-les(s) votes were  cast in this case. Why not supply all voters with optics, next  time, Jim, and give them the  Knowles vision? They must  have been short sighted!  Uon't envy our poor aldermen���  They've such a thankless task;  They   cannot   choose the where  and when  To do as they are asked  If vou ask the boss of sewers  What kind of job he's got,  He will tell you there's no lures  Inspecting putrid rot  His stomach is so sensitive  He cannot bear lb think  Without some _ood preventative  How he can stand thc stink!  l'oor Millie feels it pretty bad���  Cood people, 'tis no joke,  For should his stomach turn, by.  gad!  The     bloomin'     pipe   might  choke!  Sayl   who's that rolling   down  the street,  So like a policeman on his beat?  No,   no,   don't   cheer,    'twould  look absurd���  Just   let  him   pass without   a  word.  Oh!   bul   isn't he just splendid?  What?  Not too thin and not too squat,  And    judging   by his pond'rous  gait,  He   sure   must   be   a    man  of  weight!  Well, I'll be blest, what do vou  think?  Here I've got it in jet black ink!  I thought him some practicioner  It's Meikle,police commissioner!  In the County Court of Yale  Holden at Vernon.  IWHENBUYINGYEAST  llNSIST ON HAVING,  THIS PACKAGE  i*_JS*��_���_��&aSf  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  HAVE  DONE  THEIR  BIT  Four thousand Canadian soldiers  so severely Mounded in the war  that their fighting dava are ended,  are being brought from England to  Canada, to be cared for in military  hospitals and then discharged from  the army.  New Canadian Hospital  Railway Cars  The first pair of hospital cars  made in Canada have just bad  their lirst trip, carrying fri m Halifax to Toronto a group of seriously,  disabled soldiers who arrived last  week from overseas. A whale train  of such cars, produced by the  government railway department  for the Military Hospitals Commission, were "launched" on Saturday.  The cars present a striking appearance with "military hospital" in big  gilt lettering on the side and two  white discs bearing the Red Cross  on both ends.  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  In the Matter of the Estate of Esther  Alma Sehell, deceaaed.  NOTICE ia hereby given that all Creditors and others having claims against the  Estate of the said Esther Aim a Sehell de.  ceased,are required on OT before the 21st  day of January, 1917, to send by post or  deliver to William Garrett Sehell. of Rutland, B.C., Administrator of the aaid Ea-  tate, their full names, addresses and descriptions, with full particulars oi their  claims, statement of their accounts, and  the nature of the securities, if any, held  by them.  And further take notice that after such  above-mentioned date, the said Administrator will prcceed to distribute the estate  of the deceased among the persona entitled thereto, having regard only to the  claims of which he shall then have notice,  and that he will not be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof, to any person  or persons of whose claims .notice shall  not have been received by him at the time  of such distribution.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C.. thia 21st day of  December, 1916.  WILLIAM C. S'CHELL,  Administrator of. the said Estate.  5-9  ion miniag rights of the Domiaiaa  in Manitoba, Saskatchewaa aad Alberts, the Yukon Territory, tha Northwest Territories, aad in a portion of  iho Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of tweaty-oas  years at an annual rental of fl aa  acre. Not more than 2,500  will be leased to oae applicant.  Applications for tha lease must bs  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied lor alt  situated.  In surveyed territory, tha laad must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvsy.  ed territory the tract applied tor  shall be' staked out by the nPpUaaat  himself.  Each application must bs acoom  panied by a fee of $5 which will be  refunded if the right applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merohaat-  able output of the mine at the rats of  five centa par ton.  The person operating tha mine stall  furnish the agent with sworn retards  accounting for tbs full quantity oi  merchantable ooal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. If tha coal  rights are not being operated,  returns shall be furnished at leant ossss  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leases may  be permitted to purchase whiitsiM  available surface rights may ba considered necessary for the wcrkiv��� ai  the mine at the rate of $10 an nCre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary ol  the Department of the Interior. Ottawa, or to the Ageat or Sub-Agsat  of Dominion lands. \  w. w. oast.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B. ���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not ha paid lor.  Labor Saving  Office Supplies  When you need Office Supplies you  will find HERE just the kind that will  make the office work easy, snd economise time.  Besides a complete Una of the bast  grsde of Miscellaneous Supplies we  specialize in:���  Synoptic and Columnar Boohs,  Blank Books, Legal Blanks.  Typewriter and Carbon Papera,  Manuscript Covers, &c, &c.  P. 6. Willits-Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  WM���*af_��WM|srf��a<*���"atV^^^^^sj^^^sa^^sl^s^^^ss,  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate* Furnished for all classes  of work  Furniture, Doors  and Sash  REPAIR  WORK AND JOBBING  Saws Filed snd Set, Skates  Hollow Ground  S. M. SIMPSON  One door south Fire hill. Phone 312  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter either  to the stores or private-  ly, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in pro.  minent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The (act is also emphasized that all butter  in such packages must  be of the full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is im-  posed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with the creamery pro*  duct.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter atthe Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  1 A APAPER er PRINTINC  1 \J\J       INCLUDED  $1.50  200  ��>    ����  2.00  500  ����    ii  3.15  000  H    ti  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which Is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which haa gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all thia paper waa previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to aay thia supply haa been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there ia no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  Mrs.  PRANCES A.  L.B.K.-.  PEDLAR  Gives lessons in  Voice Production & Singing  100, Graham  Street,   Kel  ti.  TO INVESTORS  I HOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING  INVESTMENT MAY PURCHASE  AT PAR  DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN SUMS OF  OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF.  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free of snahanr** at  any chartered Bank In Canada) at the rate of five par cant par annum from the data ef  purchase. .  Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued Interest,  as the equivalent of cash, In payment ef any allotment mads under any future war lean issue  in Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other Ills* short data  Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of one-quarter of one par cent will be al lowed _  stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications for this stack whioh bear their  stamp.  For application forma apply to tha Deputy Minister of I  DEPARTMENT'OF FIMJUiCE, OTTAWA,  OCTOBER 7Bi, ISIS. Isday, January i8t_, 1911$  KELOWNA   IBCOaU)  PAOE THBKE  1/ ���~ li Mi rco   ������  im_grt/ frETnte Safe This Week  1 EMARK ABLE Values and liberal assortments in  White Goods this week. Garments of every description are represented at this sale. The follow-  lines are a few of the large variety offered. Attend  to your requirements now.  ^E MUSUN DRAWERS  1 at 75c-Drawers of good  quality, trimmed lace and  embroidery, also in envelope style.  I at 95c-Cambric Drawers in open and closed  {styles, trimmed with ruffle  of fine embroidery.  NIGHTDRESSES  I at 95c Cotton & crepe  ���made in short or Tone  ���sleeves, trimmed embroi-  {dery or lace.  EMBROIDERIES  at   lOc-Many  different patterns  of  fine Swiss  I Embroidery.  ecial at 35c Corset cover  [Embroideries of excellent  lvalue-  ill at 12}c-lnsertion &  ���fine Edgings in many de-  I signs.  MUSLIN PETTICOATS  Special at 85c--Mnde in good  quality cambric, neatly embroidered and dust frill.  Special at $1.95- Fine Lawn &  Nainsook skirls, usually  priced to $3.75.  COMBINATIONS  Special at $1.25 Nainsook com  binations of good quality,  also envelope style. Other  specials at $1.75 & $2.25.  CORSET COVERS  Special at 75c- Fine Cambric  corset covers. Many styles  lo choose from.  Special at 95c Corset Covers,  with yoke of fine lace and  embroidery, trimmed with  ribbon.  Specially Attractive Waist Values  A new collection of dainty  Lingerie Waists in fine cotton voile with deep collars  $1.95  Splendid values in White  Silk and Crepe-de-chene  Waists. The styles are particularly pleasing   - $4.75  ancy White Embroidered Handkerchiefs       -       -   2 for 25c  'hite Muslin and Organdie Collars        - -   25c and 50c  hone 361 Kelowna  COAL  COAL  ennsylvania Hard, $17.50        Taber Smokeless, $11.00  'rinceton Lump $6.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  hone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  How to Make Money  and Be Happy!  *J Buy a Sewing Machine. Make Sewing  a hobby and it will become a pleasure.  ���J Sew for yourselses; sew for the Red  Cross; sew for charity.  <J We sell both White and Singer machines, guaranteed for ten years, but will  last a lifetime.  Prices range from $35 to $50  Kelowna Furniture Co.  *m  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. P. T. Dunn-was a passenger  for the coast Tuesday.  Miss McLaughlin, a former member of the school staff, left Mondav  for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mra. Percy Bird left  Monday for Merritt where the former has obtained a situation.  Mr. Middleton, provincial horticulturist at Nelson, was in town  this week.  Mr. Lynn Harvey has joined the  motor transport service and is leaving tnis week for the coast.  Mr. Kelly has been transferred  from Vancouver to the Kelowna  branch of the Royal Bank.  Mr. John Levitt has enlisted with  the Flying Corps and leaves Saturday to commence his preparations  for raiding Berlin I  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reekie and  daughter are leaving this week for  the coast where they will ;spend a  few weeks visiting friends.  The local committee of the C.P.F,  through the courtesy of the Record  wish to thank all those who have  assisted in the sale of tickets in the  cow " raffle. The winning number (295) was held by Mr. S. T.  Elliott, ot Rutland.  " Judge Swansoii, who presided at  the countv court sessions held in  town this week, left for Vernon  this morning, accompanied by Mr.  Wilmot. The court will sit here  again in March.  Mr. D. K. Gordon, of Messrs  Casorso's staff, received the news  last week of the death of his bro.  ther James, whilst in action as a  grenade thrower with the 54th  somewhere in France. Prior to enlisting Mr. Gordon was some six  years with reeve Blier, of Summer  iand. He was in the trenches  but three months, being first report  ed as missing. Coupled with hi:  name in the casualty list is that of  Pte. Percy Holder, also of Sum.  merland.  December Weather Report  Dec.  Msz.  Min.  Snowfall  1  .   42    19...  ?,:::   42   ....28....  s   48.. ..   35....  4   42    25....  5  ....32    25....  6   29    17....  7   27    17...  8   32    24 ..   75  9. .   31    24..  10   30   .... 17..   25  II   32    24...  17   29    25...  n   28    13,..  14   30.. ..   17...  15   32    20...  16   32    25...  17   29.. ..   24...  18...   34    26...  19   34    25...  20   31    25...  7.1   28    20...  .... 3.5C  ??.   29    20...  23    28...   24...   50  74   26    23...   25  75   25    13...  76   15     2..  77   17    10...   12  78   13....    3...  79   18....   6...  30   25....   16...    2.5C  31   28...   25...  Mr. Ogle, of Toronto, was a visi-  tori$n town Tuesday and Wednesday. .  Well done, Scouls I 1 Key beat  the Bankers to it on Saturday with  a score of 3-2.  Mr. H. Farrant, inspector of the  Consolidated Life Insurance Co.,  was a visitor in town over the  week-end in company with Mr.  Buck, the company's local agent.  ' Asiatic immigration," is to be  discussed by the Equal Franchise  League on Friday, January 26, at  the home of Mrs. Whitehead, on  Burne Avenue, at 8 p.m. Visitors  welcomed.  The united Ladies' Aids will  hold a social in the Methodist  church next Thursday night in  honor of the immortal Robert  Burns. Refreshments will be served. Friends are asked to keep  this date open.  An unfortunate accident happened to Mr. Jas. Harvey, snr., last  Friday. Going upstairs at his house  in the dark he missed his footing  in some way on the landing at the  top and fell down the front stairs.  His shoulder was dislocated and  he suffered some bad bruises and  a severe shaking.  Dame Fortune, in the person of  Mrs. J. W. Jones, was the means  of bringing together Mr. Sam. T.  Elliott and the C.P.F. cow on Wednesday afternoon. Only a few  visitors and friends were present  at two o'clock when the ceremony  took place. The date of the departure of the happy couple is not  yet known. ,  News to hand states that Corp.  A. J. Clarke, who left two years  ago with the 54th batt., has been  appointed /quarter-master-sergesnt  of a new company which com  prises some of the Kelowna boys  who recently crossed the channel.  Serg. Clarke has seen a lot of  heavy fighting, and was fortunate  enough to go through the recent  Somme battle without getting a  scratch.  ~>iMw*XMA^>W^,*WKM>Vi^n^*Mi*sA''nMi*a*W'9nM  Rutland News  (frasa ear asm CofrssDoti_as.l  Rutland got the cow���so now I  Bert McDermid has arrived from  Pritchard and will stay some weeks  with his aunt, Mrs. W. Gay.  The Girls' Club had a very enjoyable sleigh ride around the district last week. The club will meet  to-night at the home of Mrs. Monford.  Mrs. Hardie left Saturday morning for Toronto in response to a  message, her father having been  seized with serious illness. Our  sympathy is extended to Mrs. Hardie, who was unfortunate enough  to lose her mother just before  Christmas.  A splendid audience assembled  in the school last Wednesday and  Thursday to hear Mrs. Chalmers,  the government lecturer, who gave  three addresses on " Home Can.  ning," " Poultry " and " How to  make a living on a small farm," in  a very interesting manner. More  of these lectures would be . found  helpful.  Bobsleighs and  Cutters  Our carload of the above arrived just in time to be  in demand and we expect to do a big business.  We have a fine chow of Cutters at varying prices,  and are satisfied that we shall be able to please you.  Bags, Trunks, Suit Cases, Travelling Rugs, &c.  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  )flQft_H_*Qri_'*Oaa*tfy_|y'_r*_rt^  wMyMia(MVM7MMyMMMyMy%^^  CANADIANS  WANTED FOR THE  ROYAL NAVY  Canadians wanted for the Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer  Reserve for immediate overaeas service, Only men of good  character and good physique accepted.  Pay $1.10 Minimum per day ���Free Kit.  $20.00 per Month Separation Allowance.  Eiprrimced men Iran 38 lo 45, aad hoys (rasa  IS te 18 accepted lor service ia Ih. CANADIAN  NAVAL PATROLS lor defesce ol tke Coa.tr.  Apply to the  Nearest Navsl Recruiting Station  or to the  Dept. of tbe Naval Service  OTTAWA  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.       Delivery prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  O. LLOYD-JONES . . . Managing-Director  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock  of  local  and  coast  ROUGH AND F1N1SHINGLUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Wanted to Purchase  Old Bicycles & Parts  or will take in trade for New Machines or Accessories  Bring them along to���  J. R. CAMPBELL'S  BICYCLE WORKS  Corner of Abbott Street & Park Ave.     P.O. Box 221, Kelowna  A new carload of OUR BEST FLOUR, Straight Alberta  Flour, Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Oats and Flat Oats, just in  Come in and see the new Congoleum Rugs, 3-ft. by 3-ft.; 3-ft.  by 4J-ft.; 3-ft. by 6-ft.; 6-ft. by 6-ft.; 6-ft. by 9-fi.; 6-ft. by 12-ft.  All with nice borders  The Following Bargains to Offer:  Chippendale  China Cabinet, worth  (75. for -   $20  Oak roll top desk      - -   $15  Wire double Davenport -   $6  Large oak chair ���   $5  Oak Rocker ��� -   $5  Nice Urge enamelled Bed  Common enamelled Bed  Birmingham Wheel  Hand Sewing Machine -  Two Surreva. with Poles  Pair Work Harness ���  Pair Democrat Harness  $6  ���   $5  $20  $10  $50  $20  $20  Bring in anything you have for sal* and come here whan you want anything  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer PAGE FOUR  KELOWKA   KECOaO  Thursday, January loth", 1916  I  Job  Printing  THE RECORD Office is  well equipped for the  production of every kind  of Job Printing from the  smallest handbill to large  posters or illustrated booklets, &c.  Commercial Stationery  produced in a neat, clean  and up-to-date style.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letter and Billheads  Business Cards  Handbills  Circulars, Notices-  Loose Leaf Supplies  '  Record  Office  Phone 94  ( WANTED! ]  FOR SALE���Ford car, $300.  in good running order.  Leckie.  Everything  Apply  D.  44tf  HOUSE TO RENT. Furnished, tight  rooms with bith, on Bernard Avenue.  $15 per month. Apply Harvey & Duggan. 48tf  FOR SALE OR TRADE, 1916 aU-cvlm-  der McLaughlin, known as the " Baby  Sis." Will take good Foid in part payment. Thia car ii in perfect shape and  owner has good reason (or selling. Apply James 1. Campbell. 5tf  FOR SALE, few tons of baled Straw, 8  brood sows, 6 young pigs, 100 gallons  sweet cider, few tons ot feed carrots and  mangels. Apples from 50c per box up.  Apply H. B. Burtch. Phone 180.     5tf.  WORK WANTED. Man, or man and  wife, experienced in farm work, seek  situation.   Apply box S, Record Office.  WANTED, to rent, small fruit and dairy  farm, with stock and implements. Apply Box Z, Record Office. 7ti  WANTED, to rent, bearing orchard. Apply with full particulars in first instance,  to Box Y, Record Office. 7tf  MARRIED Man desires situation. Fully  experienced in all branches of farming  and orchard work. Capable of taking  full charge and getting results. Teetotal  and reliable.    Box A , Record.       6-10  STRAYED from my property, four steers,  practically all red, branded A on left  hip, and round hole in left ear; V also  branded with a prairie brand U6F on  right rib. Rtward paid to anyone returning same or giving information leading to their recovery. Tlios. Bulman,  Kelowna. 8*9  WANTED, man or boy, to do milking and  light farm work. Please state wages to  P.O. box 172. 9-10  TIMOTHY and Alfalfa Hay for Sale.  Phone Central Okanagan Co.'s Glen,  more Ranch-3305. 9p  STAMP COLLECTORS-Call on J. C  Stockwell, Kelowna, object, mutual exchange of duplicates. 9p  BERKSHIRE and Yorkshire Boars and  two Berkshird brood Sows, all registered stock, for sale. Ice in any quantity.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd. 9?  TENDERS WANTED  The undersigned will receive ter.ders up  to January 31st, 1917, for 100 cords of Fir  Wood (4-ft.). Must be sound split body  and cut green, delivered and piled at the  Evaporating Plant before July 1st, 1917.���  The Orchard City Evaporating Co., W. B.  M. Calder, Manager. 9-10  Seed  Good seed corn is very  scarce this year. We have the  only   large quantity   of  B.C.  grown NORTH WEST DENT  CORN, from specially selected seed. Local growers of  ensilage corn should order  now before outside districts  secure all our seed.  Winners of First Prizes Provincial Seed  Fair Armstrong District Corn competition  ALSO  Sunnybrook  Earliana Tomatoes  Specially selected hand cleaned aeed  Parsnip Onion  Strawberry Plants  Raspberry   Canes  Bankhead  Orchard  Company, Ltd.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK |  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows:  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���   Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  Leaoes Kelotcna tl a.m.  Leaoes Weatbanh 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  L. HAYMAN  AgentWanted!  EMPIRE SEMI-TRIMMED  WALL PAPERS  (ralsalnt)  HsttonallT Aavarusai  T��a Oraatast Wall Papsr lavssv  Uoa or tks �����.  A TWIBT 0?jm WMM  11I1IS    THE    BOLL  No katfs, scissors sr itralfM  ads* rasolxast  Fapar aaaftaf rails ssifs  tsioksr, elssaar sad bsttsr.  An snars-stlc agent II wants! In  this locality to aiow aampias aa*  solicit ordars frost botuokolderi.  Handsomely bannd sample books  Slowing hundreds of bs.utllnl, er-  sluslvs pittsrnj US fuinlslisi  assnts (roe.  Ovor 9,10il atsnts ar: ��skuuj  Urge profits.  Applicant! pious stats occupation, age, and aurroundlng villages  can canvass, wbea lull particulars  will be furnished.  Vf% EMPIRE WAIL PAPER  co��� iniirgo  i wnnaPBO      2JV/J  Automobiles For Hire  Apply H. B. BURTCH  Phone  180  GERMAN CASUALTIES REACH  FOUR MILLIONS  -The total German casualties  since the beginning of the war were  placed at 4,010,160, in an official  summary issued by the British  Government Friday which reads :  "A suii.mary of the German casualties reported jn official German  casualty lists published .during  December gives a total of 88,391,  which added to those previously  reported, brings the total German  casualties to 4,010,160. The naval  and colonial casualties are excluded."  Barred Rocks  Cockerels and Pullets For Sale  Apply M. Copeland or the Secretary of Kelowna Poultry Assn.  Ladies   Wishing   to   Order  SP1RELLA   CORSETS  cam mast  MRS. J. H. OAVIES  in Saturday    ol each week, or    aaay  ,n Room No. 1. Oak Hall block, between tha hours ol 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  White Wyandotte  Cockerels  for   stock   purposes,  specially   bred   (or  Ess*- Tested out under theHogan system,  range from 138 to 205 eggs capacity  Prices   range   from   $2   to  $7.50  A. W. COOKE  Kelowna Field.  Box 663, Kelowna  NOTICE  The Annual Meeting of the Kelowna Hospital Society will be held in  the Board of Trade Rooms on  Friday, the 26th inst., at 2.30 p.m.  Business before tbe meeting will be  tbe receiving of the reports for tbe  past year and the election of Directors  for the ensuing year as well as any  other business that may ariie.  The public generally are invited to be  present.  Any person who has donated in kind or  cash to the extent of Five Dollars during  the past year or who pays said amount on  day of meeting is a member. 9  WANTED  Graduate Nurse for Kelowna  Hospital  General and maternity. Services to  begin February 1st next. Full particulars and information can be  had from A. P. McKenzie, Secretary, Kelowna, B.C.  Phsne 20 Box 111  7-9  When the Children  Grow Up  one of your most prized  possessions will be the  Photograph* you had of  them in  their young days  Don't1 Neglect This  McEWAN  '   Photographer  Rowcliffe Block     -     Kelowna  ss,      .   \.pm*KPTW*m>t     <������  ADVANCE-AGAINSI- 1URK3  Six lines of entrenchment, entirely covering the town of Rafa on  the Sinai Peninsula, have been  captured by the British, it is announced officially, The statement  says 1,600 Turks were captured.  A Turkish relief force was destroyed. Rafa is thirty miles northeast  of El-Arish. The operations of the  British have carried them to the  Turkish frontier, the furthest advance eastward which has been  made since the defeat of the Turkish expedition against the Suez  Canal.  APPLES  Local Apples  Not imported from California, from Ontario or from  Nova Scotia either, but grown, picked, peeled, evaporated  and  packed  by  Our Own People in Our Own District.  If you saw the local evaporator at work during the season you  will realize how carefully, how methodically and wu4i what  great pains the plant was operated to secure''the best results.  The product is proof enough of the care taken���nice clean,  plump, round rings that cook up like fresh fruit.  "The proof oi the pudding," etc., therefore  Try them  15c a pound  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Phone 214  Our motto: " Quality and Service "  KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday (20th) ���" Grouches  and  Smiles," "Railroad Bandits,"  " Claudia;" " Love and B. Buttons."  Tu��wl��y���" The Flirt," starring Marie Walcamp and Juan De La  Cruz, in Booth Tarkington's well-known story.  Thursday ��� Hobart Henley in " Temptation and Man."  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9, Matinee Saturday.   Admission, 20c & 10c  "Produce more in 1917"���Hon. Martin Burrell, Dominion Minister of Finance.  ROYAL STANDARD  FIELD SEEDS  WE are extending our already extensive field seed business for 1917. It  is the desire of the Canadian Government that the people produce  as much as possible during the eiuuing year, and we are arranging,  with the leading dealers throughout British Columbia and Alberta to carry  a complete line of ROYAL STANDARD FIELD SEEDS. These seeds are  the choicest it is possible t secure in the WorlJ's Market. They are Government inspected and carefully selected for purity.  Seeds should be purchased early as prices inevitably advance as the  Season progresses. In all probability the market will be short nd it will be  difficult later in the year to make purchases.  Order ROYAL STANDARD Field Seeds NOW. If your dealer cannot supply you write us and we will ship to you direct.  WRITE TODAY   FOR  FULL  INFORMATION   AND  PRICE  LIST  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  ATTENTION!  Automobile Owners  WE beg to announce that we have secured  the services of Mr, C. E. Smith, who will  have complete charge of our garage. Mr. Smith  has had a wide experience in all branches of the  mechanical and automobile business, especially in  ignition and electrical apparatus. We wish to take  this opportunity of thanking our customers for past  patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same.  Bring your cars and let us overhaul them before  the spring rush.  Burbank Motor Company  UF  .������___

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