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 Jtourfc  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  I  m  Regular Meeting of  City Council  ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED  At the meeting of the oity council  held on Friday lust nil the aldermen  wore present, thn Muyor presiding.  The minutes of the previous meeting  were read and passed, and tho following -correspondence was considered:  Two letters from Germany asking  for local information, wore referred to  the publicity commissioner, one of  them being from the "Illustrated Zeit-  ung".  Quotations for new and up to date  copies of the city map worn received  from Mr. A. D. McNaughton ail 83.50  for one dozen, or 80.00 for two dozen.  Tho Robert Hamilton Co., wrote in  regard to a cheque for the lialance due  them on" the account of the new boiler  supplied.  An aocount wns received, from Kum-  loops in connection with the oost of  keep for a prisoner sent- from Kelowna  which wtia ordered paid.  The B. P. Little Construction Co.,  submitted a detailed description and  estimate for supplying concrete standards i.or street lighting purposes, complete and ready to conneot to the  power house. Filed.  The following accounts were then  . passed.  ' George Weir     * 3.00  Ennis & McDonald   84.50  James Sttiarf      74.30  Ennis & McDonald   76.70  Owen Gregg  74.75  W. H. Paisley  76.90  G. McPhoe  81.77  K. Maclaren   41.(10  Alex lAllen     83.00  James Wilkio  33.00  R. Dymock  31.50  .lamoB Akeroyd   -J'2.50  W. Craze  21.00  A. R. Davy   ,.  181.00  E.^onjean  *  'i3.35  J. Travis   21.00  Sewer pay roll, 16 days, ending  August 31, 1913   1487.20  Okanagan Telephone Co   18.95  Dominion Express Co  2.10  Ward & Bnldook   230.00  J. A. Bigger     80.00  .1. A. Bigger   12.65  Robert Hamilton oi Co  500.54  E. T. W. Pearse, Govt. Agent  KamloopB (keep of prisouor) ...   4.50  Mover by Aid. Taylor and     ('alder  that two dozen maps be purchased.  City By-law No. 139 was then introduced by Aid. Sutherland, being for  the purpose of striking n rate of taxation for 1913���the total amount of tax  ation being 82.73S.580.00.  The roport of delcgtries to the annual1 convention of It. ('. Municipalities was read and adopted wilh much  satisfaction on the part of the oounoil.  Aid. Copeland reported that Mr.  Casorso wished to have the trees  front of his new building removed and  it was suggested that at the same  time the oue remaining tree opposite  the Methodist church on I'endozi street  should be removed.  It iwas therefore decided to have this  done at the fir i  oppoi (unity.  The meeting then adjourned.  ANNUAL FALL FAIR IS CHEAT SUCCESS  Entries Far Aik  .   ,f Any Previous Year���Magnificent Display of Fruit��� Big Poultry Section  FINE NEW HALL IS FILLED WITH CMOS DISPLAY  Record Crowds Attend Two Big Days of Sports.   Heavy Gate Receipts  Telephone Co. Will  GiveAll Night Service  An announcement of considerable importance to the town and distriot  comet, to us through, the authority of  tho local manager of the Okanagan  Telephone company to the effect that  commencing with Octol>ot' 1st, tho tier-  vice will bo continued without inter  (billion through tho whole twenty-four  hours, 'Herotofore ljetween tho hours  of IU p.m., and 7 a.m. it has been  *ue rule ouly to give connections   on  ahe telephone to "emergency cases"  and where the Hue wan used for purposes whioh did not come under this  head a fee of IB cents was charged  for each call. All suoh oharges however will dow be 'removed and a full  servioe given throughout the night.  The only exceptions will be Sundays  and public- holiday*), when the hours  wilt be as usual  H a.m.   to   11.'a.m..  .and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., tho regular servioe commencing again at 10 p.m.  Messrs. P. B. Willits are moving into their new store this week and will  have a special- opening day ou Saturday.  Many records have been made and  broken in this year'.. Kelowna Fall  Fair which took place, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. For  number of entries, number of exhibitors, attendance, sale of members tickets and general excellence all round  Kelowna has never before approached  thia year's event.  The fine new hall which has been  erected partly by a graul from the  government and partly out' of the  funds ot tho Agricultural and Trades  Association surprised and pleased' everyone "'ho saw it for the firat time.  The design is massive aud artistic and  highly suited to its purpose.  The new building measures tit) by 100  feet with a lofty roof; it has large  double doors on each side and a gallery over'the main entrance, which on  the present occasion serves as the secretary's temporary office,  Though so much larger than before  the hall was well filled and the big  tables;wore loaded with fruit, flowers,  vegetables, dairy produce, fauoy work,  etc. There wore 153 more exhibitors  than last year, which meant probably  onto 500 more entries, certainly a very  satisfactory increase. The fruit section was much in advance ol anything  shown here before, and was certainly  a display to be proud of.  Tho floral display occupied a large  centre table and was distinctly good.  Mr. Wolstencroft, of Naramata, Palmer & Bogerson and i'aul Knippel of  Kelowna ,contributed largely lo this  section, whioh was most beautifully  and tastefully arranged.  The fancy work display was also par  ticularly fine, and well displayed, and  there was a big showing of bread, but.  ter, and dairy produce.  The hall committee who had charge  of the arrangement of the display wero  A. Casorso (vegetables), Mrs. D. Leek-  ie and Paul Knippel (floral), II. V.  Chaplin and F. K. E. DeHart (fruit.),  and W. B. M. Calder (fancy work) and  well did they perform their various  duties.  1 A noticeable feature made possible  by the increased size of the new building waB the booths of the locul merchants, and many of theso were very  elaborately decorated. These occupied  the whole of the north side and wore  as follows:  The Kelowna Machine Shops und  Carage with if demonstration of vulcanizing, as used in car repuirs.  MeBBru. Glenn & Son, showing am assortment of saddlery, harness oto.  MeusrB. Crawford & Co., with a variety of musical'instruments, etc.  The Britiah North American Tobacco  Company with two of their employee!  engaged in making cigars,      ,  K. F. Oxley'* grocery store excellent-  display of goods. This was the most  popular stall in the building at "tea  timo" when free cups of tea worn bunded out to all comers,  Messrs Dalgleish & Hauling had a  fine display of stoves and hardware.  Ur. A. .1. Vfonos exhibited a $350.00  gasoline launch, built by himself,  Mossrs. J, A. Morrison A. Co., hud a  model bath room fittvd up with all  appropriate fixtures.  The D. Leckie Hardware Co., has an  exhibit of stoves and hardware with  an electrically driven washing machine  and wringer.  The Kelowua Kurnituro Co., had a  splendid display of furniture and othor  goods,, prominent, umong whioh was a  beautiful walnut bedroom set, the neat  and simple, yet elegant old-fashioned  design of which wits much admirod.  Rich carpets, rugs, otc, wore included  in this display at prices to suit long  and ihort pockets; (l complete double  bedstead, springs and mattress, for  instance being priced nt 810.25. A magnificent mahogany Columbia "Grnpho*  nola" table was also displayed.  Tho Morrison-Thompson Hardware  Co., showed a fine lino of raallvablo  ranges and the I'pton piano to bo  given away as advertised was alio on  show, its tone hetni; demonstrated  from time to time.  The poultry exhibit comprised the  biggest display   ever put before    thi  era who were common throughout the  district twenty or thirty years ago  is evidently by no means extinct, and  some of the feats shown by Charlie  Still, Oliver McDougal, Ferdie Brent,  Joe Brent, Clarence Favell, Dan.Elli-  f Kelowna public and reflects great credit upon the energy of Messrs. J'. C,  Stockwell and E.;,L, Ward, who are  respectively the president.and secretary  of the   Kelowna Poultry  Association.  This branch of the  exhibition   filled the    whole  of the old building and clearly'son, and the    Casorso boys kept the  showed  that the poultry  industry   has  been making great  strides during  the  past year.  Mr. F. K. G. DeHart la greatly to  be congratulated as president of the  A. & T,  Association,  for his untiring  work in conjunction with lhat of the  secretary, Mr. t'. A. Washburn in  bringing the annual1 show it its present state of perfection. The stock section has been most ably managed by  Messrs. M. Hereron and W. A. Scott  while Messrs L. T. Taylor and P, DuMoulin were, responsible for the sports  programme which was admirably arranged und carried out. Much credit  is due to the efforts of Messrs. F. E.  Cooper and W. B. M. Calder, the latter being iu charge of the hull.  The total gate receipts for the two  days must have totalled well over  $1000 and with the revenue from the  wale of members' tickets will go well  towards paying off some of the heavy  extra expense which the Association  have been put  to this year.  In another part of this issue is given a list of prize winners, though a  few names have had to be left out owing to the incompleteness of tho records. T.hese will be given next week.  Two Bio Days Cowboy Sports  In arranging the sports for this  year the Association decided to break  away from the regular horse racing,  which'had always been more or lest.  uosatisfactory. Instead a "Stampede"  on ii modest scale was drawn up, and  has proved a big success. The attendance broke all records and the fun  and interest were kept up almost without u break. Thc success of the  sports was largely due to the Casorso  boys who took the matter up with en*  thusiasm, and rounded up cowboys,  horsos and steers from all over the  district.  FIRST DAY  A cowboy parade was formed in tho  city park nnd headed by the band  proceeded to the Exhibition grounds.  TI:  rear wus brought up by a sight  not often seen in this part of tho  country, nn ox hitched to a primitive  wagon and driven by an Indian.  Transported on the wagon was a  Mii!;on & Hisch piano and a placard  calling attention to the display of  instruments being mado in the show  rooms behind Crawford's store.  The first event was a quartet mile  bicycle race for boys under tfi. Tho  track was u little soft uud rough for  bicycle racing, bul tho four boys who  entered plowed along determinedly.  Coo. Curts winning the race with  "Sunshine" Bouvette second.  Tho motor oyote races furnifihed a  new excitement for Kelowna people  and they proved to Ih. amongst tht'  most, interesting1 events on the programme. There were two heats run on  the first day with two riders in eaoh  all on Yale muchincs. In the first Otto  was matched against .1. Myers. The  distance was five miles, which meant  ten laps of the courne.M vers hud lhe  only single cylinder machine in the  race the rest being twins, but ho  managed to win the heal, gaining almost a third of n mile. His time for  the five miles waij, ft minutes and 30  seconds.  The second i lion I was between Chief  Sutherland and Bert l.eipiosne. the  latter winning with curiously enough  exactly the same time nn the winner  of the previous hent. The third hout  iind final were left to tho following  day.  The various candidates for tho bucking horso. contest, in which a first  prize of $75 was offered, and a "Chnm-  pionship Belt" given by F. R. E. Do-  Hart, and for the iteor riding, gave  exhibitions of those exciting sport's ut  intervals.    The j��oe of dare-devil rid  nervous ones amongst the crowd in a  continual state of excitement. Some  of the hoi-MS fought most viciously,  und those who kept their seats triumphantly through the ordeal deserved  all the applause they got. Some of  the worst bunkers in the country had  been rounded up for tho contest and  with only one or two exceptions carried out their part of the programme  in a way which left nothing to be do-  sired.  The Tandem race, as usual waB a  good race, and furnished no little  amusement from the difficulty in keep  ing tho two horses in their correct relative positions. Archie -lohnson won  first place with Felix CaBorso second.  The Shetland Pony race waa perhaps -the funniest event of the afternoon. Two ponies enteced, ridden by  lan Weddell and Charlie Copeland.  Apparently the ponies did not feel like  racing and they took a good deal ofi  persuading lo make the circuit ofthe  course. Young Weddell won the race  though his mount stopped several  limes on tho way round to vent its  feelinga in a good kick. Charlie Copeland wns pitched clean out of tho  saddle at least half a do/en times but  he stuck, to his task und passed the  stand at last at a lively pace,  the first attempt a strong new rope  Teams of two riders a side got out  for (he tug of war on, horseback. At  broke like a thread, and a still stronger had to be obtained. Felix Casorso  and his partmer won out twice.  An extra cowboy relay race was run  next in which F. Brent won first, M.  Dorricks-on second, and Felix Casorso  third.  A feature of tho afternoon was the  "Stock Parade" when the winners of  prisms in the horse and cattle classes  were paraded in front of the grand  stand. The showing in these classes  was greatly in advance ol any previous year, and the long string of fine  stallions, mares, foals and heavy and  light harness horses,-and the well'bred  nolsteius and Jerseys were much admired.  Tho first day's events closed with an  exhibition of roping by Chas. Still  and,Oliver McDougal, the former taking first prize and the latter second.  SECOND DAY ,  The accommodation provided in the  grand stand on the second day of ,the  sportb proved totally inadequate. Every seat was filled and a large wowd  clamored for admittance (notwithstanding the increase in price of seats)  until, finding it useless .they took up  the  best' position* along the     course  events had been reeorved for the sec-  onf day, and all things considered the  programme was admirably carried  out.  The worst of the bucking bronchos,  untamable outlaws, most of them had  been reserved for the final trials, and  the contestants for the champion's  belt had some difficult tusks in staying in the saddle. Occasionally a .rider  would be unseated in the Broncho's  furious struggles, when a wild chase  would ensure ifor the fugitive steed1.  After gradually narrowing down the  candidates the judges awarded the first  prize and belt to Ferdie Brent, who  was loudly cheered when the announcement was made, Second1 place went  to Micky DerrickBon, and the third  to Charlie Still.  The final trials in the steer riding  supplied some exciting inoidents. One  black steer with a fierce looking  white face and murderous horns threw  its rider almost at the gate of the  corral, and then turned its attention  to Mr. (>. H. Hudson who was jitnnd-  ing near with his camera endeavoring  to secure a picture. Perhaps he got  it, but if some lucky kodaker had  been preaent to get a snap of the  two of them he would have had the  prize picture of the day. The last  steer to como out bucked furiously for  a itime and then laid down and refused to get up. The result of this  competition was announced as follows: lat W..Haynes, with 275 points  out of a possible, 300; Charlie Still,  250 points: Clarence Favell 100 points.  A -third heat of the motor cycle race  was run early in the afternoon with  three competing: Wyatt, Dyke and  Goode. The heat was spoiled rather  by a bucking broncho escaping on to  tho track and getting in the way,  causing a dangorous situation for a  few minutes, but Dyke was sufficiently  ahead (over two laps) to be entitled  to a place in the final.  A somewhat novel harness race was  the next item, in which the contestants had to harness their horses at  tho start, walk one-eighth of a mile  and trot the rest. J..N. Cameron got  in first with .lack Ferguson driving R.  A. Copeland's   horse second.  A "Bending Race" took the place  of the regular cowboy raoe, and involved the difficult feat of turning in  and out amongst chairs placed on the  track riding at full speed. The race  was run in three heats. F. Brent, J.  Brent and M. Dorrickaon appearing in  the final, the finish being made in  the order named.  The final of the motor cycle race  saw Dyke, MyerB and Lequesne ready  for the track. It, was an exciting race  and much better speed was made than  before, flequcsne had tho misfortune  to upset on the first lap and consequently dropped out. Myers held the  lead for a while but1 Dyke gradually  overhauled him and finished easily  first, his time for the five miles being  7 min. 17 2-5 sec. or a little over 41  miles per hour. Thc speed of courso  is not great but allowance .must be  made for the track which is not built  for the purpose.  A Pony race for 14.2 hands and under drew seven entries, Billy Diamond  winning first on "Maud S" and Tom  Davy on "Paddy" second.  An automobile speed trial, which in)  bam arranged botween three oars, srp-  pbed a little more variety to the pro-  Three cars entered,    running  Body of Man Found  In the Lake  VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DROWNING  The body of a man afterwards identified as Kenneth Mclvor, a carpenter  who had been Btaying .at the 'Royal  Hotel for the past two, weeks was ^discovered laBt Sunday afternoon, ;lying  face downwards in about eight feet  of;water off the end of the saw mill  wharf. %  The body, which had evidently been  in the water some time was first noticed by two teamsters. Roy Brown  and Perl Bauguess, who had gone on  to the wharf for a few hours quiet  fishing. They, immediately summoned  the police, and the body was taken  from the water and removed to the  Furniture Co.'s undertaking parlora to  await an ioqueat.  Tlje ovidence given at the inquest  served to 'throw little light on the  mystery which surrounds the tragedy  of the unfortunate man's death. Very  little was known of him feeyond that  he /waB out of work and apparently in  bad circumstances financially. Search  of his trunk and grip, in his room  at the hotel failed to give any indication as to where his relatives we're to  be found. Some papers showed that  he had been in the valley for soma  years as he had worked in Vernon  Bix years 0go>iand later in penticton.  He was last seen Thursday afternoon by an employee of the saw mill  going in' the \ direction of,the wharf.  He was perfectly sober at the time  and little attention was paid to him.  Dr. Huycke, in his medical evidence  said thero were no marks about the  body which would lead to any suspicion of foul play. The position in  which he was found, with his hands  and teeth tightly clenched suggested  the possibility that deceased had had  a fit of aome kind and fallen -Irom the  wharf. ���  There, was no evidence to prove any  suicidal intention and 'the jury returned a verdict of accidental death.  Tn the course of later enquiries, it  transpires that Mclvor came from  Langley where he had a brother and  other relatives living. Jie was unmarried.  which they could find. The best of the | separately for ty miles, with a .lying  Btart, their time being carefully recorded. Dr. Boyco's little McLaughlin runabout made the first trial end  made thc necessary 5 laps in 1 min.  284 sec. Next came Mr. H. 0. Bow-  ser, with a "Hupraobile'-, which took  slightly longer, 1 min., 40 3-5 sees.  The third car, which was Dr. Thayer**  "Ford" stripped of its body and fittings down to the bare framework and'  driven by H. Burbank easily outstripped the others, making a time ot.'  mins., 50tJ sees.  A "Consolation" bucking horse trial  was held in which J. Brent took first  plaoe, Dan Ellison second and Oliver  McDougal third.  A thread and needle race, in which  ladies from the grand stand were called upon to assist by threading a needle for tho competitors as they rode  around the course the first time wa.'  a good event, and caused no little  stir around tho stand as tho ladies  hurried to got the cotton through th*1  elusive eye. Bert- Ellison completed  the course and handed in his needliu  first, with  Angus  McDougal second.  Three dusky maidens entered for thc  Klooch race, whioh was won by Virginia Besot to, with Elizabeth Steel  second.  The wild horso race was a great  event. Each competitor had to tako  wild unbroken horee, saddle and  subdue it and ride around the course.  Several entered and thc scene which  resulted can be loft to thc imagination  The horses wero wild enough to satisfy anyone, and only two riders really  managed to fulfil the conditions of thc  race, C. Still and M. Derriekson.  The cowboy relay race was won by  F. Bront with C. Still second.  To conoludo the day Chas. Still gave  an exhibition of fanoy riding, doing  some difficult feats ol jumping in and  out of the saddle, picking up hats  and handkerchiefs, etc. with his horse  nt   a gallop.  Darkness was bocinninr to fall as the  people made thoir way back to town  well pleased, we venture to say with  what they had seen.  MI&S ZAHA CLINTON  With the "Venatiles" at the Optra House, Ootober   3rd and 4th.  Through an aoddent with a pile  driver, A Swede waB killed Monday  last in Geo. Chew's camp on tbe Kettle Valley, line. KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMMU. 28,1  ��������*��#���� ���� ** *�� ��* *�� ** ���� *���  ���* *��  �� PROFESSIONAL AND *���  ��* BUSINESS CARDS ������  ����� ���*  at    ..   ft*    tt*   tttt    tt.    tttt    ft*    ft*   #tt   tt*   tt*  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, !  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Heweiaan Block, Kslowna   .   'Phone 206  P.O. Boa, 509  C. Harvar, B.A., 3c, C.E, D.L.3.. B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelownn,    B. C.  Phons 147.  P.O. Box 231  MR.  HAROCD   TOD   BOYD  Esjiiliiiiotier Royal College   of   Muaic,  and lately  wish K-maneJt Pyn*. Mut. Doc., Organist of the  Cathedral, Ma.nchst.er, Eng.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Tronch Block, Kelowna.  Muaic  of  every  deacriplion   supplied,  T.O. lax ��7  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P.>. Boa Its Tlrorrn IS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN   and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversation*! or  otherwise]  STUDIO -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR <V BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Buildings, I'ov/n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aiiotia.tr of the Royat College of Organists, I .nml )  Gives lessons in  the  above  subjects,  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  success-.*  at local  examinations (Trinity  College, London)  15  y��ra' successful   teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univariky)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages  may   be  left  at   the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury Ac Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  teaches correct  I VOICE PRODUCTION, SINOINO  Box 368, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office,  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willi.'", Block   -   Kelowna, B.C  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances (or concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of    emenl Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE!  Bice, Woolieley Av.  Raymer Black Richter Street  ���PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  Clamant fcRraa, o  KEL01&.NH RECORD  Publiihed every Thursday at Kelowna,  Britiih Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  <aA  Subscription Kftttw:  $1.5(J    ptr   rear;    7Sc. sll    mm...is      U  -.l-ates   SO  CSUtS   i.diiilio.it.l.  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All uhaages In oontract aqvftT.litn.>ints  bs in ths hands ol ths printer bv 11  ���venint.    to    siibuts   publii'ittioii  in   the  Letters of a Self-raised Office BojJ  to His Pal  In which Jimmy tells of Kelowna happenings to I  Sidney Hsrpsr, of Vancouver. B.C,  [1111*1  .'Hiluv  Ul'lt  The remarkable uml ttlmoat unlookod  lor BUOceaB whioh hits attended thia  year's full fair '.mist be very gratifying tu nil concerned. Everywhere ono  hears the matter dtnouflfled, nothing,  but the highest praise is given both  to thu exhibition pari and to the  Sports. There has been undoubtedly a  great revival ot enthusiasm nil round,  and Ihe elVeet waa seen iit the (big increase, of exhibitors and entries and  the record attendauco on both days  of the fair.  No doubt the erection of a new building, winch is so much ahead oi tho  old one as to make thu lattor look  like a mere barn in comparison, lias  had something to do with litis. Some  fears were heard previous to lho fair  that the new building would bo too  large for a year or two at toast, but  these fears have been completely dispelled, for both tho old and the new  buildings were filled almost lo capacity, anil if this year's rate of progress, is kept up, very great eare will  have to be taken next year to economize spaue./, For instance .here is no  doubt that nest year, there will be a  much greater demand on the part of  the local merchants for booths for exhibition purposes. This year indeed  several were disappointed as. lhe space  allot ed for this purpose hy the committee was all  ttil.i'ii up ni   unci'.  The big display of fruil was a pleasure and a surprise lo outsiders. Roth  ihe quality and the quantity must  gave opened the eyes of a good many  visitors to llie great resources of the  distriot, Several were heard to declare  thai il was the finest thoy bad seen  anywhere in Lhe province. Competition was very keen in somo classes,  as. many as fifteen or twenty plates  being onteres in some of the more  popular  varieties  of  apples.  The A. A: .T. Association is making  a display with the best of the fruit at  the provincial show lit Now Westmin-  tter next week, *>ml although pt'opho-  stes arc dangerous things lo handle.  we have great expectations as.to the  result.  In Ihe splendid two days of sport  provided Kelowna has shuck a new  line, and considering ,that this is the  tirst effort in'that direction, thing*  went off with a swing and sustained  interest which will encourage the Association'to further efforts next year.  The record crowds which filled the  grand stand and spnee alongside lho  traok got full value for their money.  There is no ' reason why Kelowna  should not become a centre where  these old-time cowboy sports, so characteristic of the Canadian west, will  he kept alive and visitors 'drawn from  all rpiarters to view the annual event.  There is evidently no Inck of material  and if another year a little earlier  start is made in ftrgani/.ing the sports  a still bigger success could be -made  of it.  pride at tho shy Wing made by our  wonderful little oity ut the annual exhibit ion. Your fair at Vanoouver -ay  be larger, but my boy give me tj-ialiLy  instead of quantity every into. Quality is a much abused and over worked  word, but no other oould describe so  aptly our fair of 1913.  For a section which makes no pretense as a producer of garden tut?,  tho showing was romarkable. Why in  lho name of ull that is good aud holy  is it necessary for a country like this  where ull that is needed is a slight  tickling of the fertile Boll to prodioe  vegetables which are ll.c > [ind of any  burring none, to import gurdeu truck  from California? The sending of coal  to Newcastle is no more of a needles.,  thing than thin.  The sports connected with lho fair  proved to be exciting nnd diversified  enough to please everybody. Tho race  for Shetland ponies, ou the first duy  wus particularly thrilling. As u oress  agent would Buy, the race pulsuted  with heart throbs. At Ihe crack ofthe  pistol the two .slecds of the desert  sped on their way ai it sickening ��peed  aud after burning up I Le ground loi-  about 100 yards one of the Arabs decided it would stop for a time and  nibble a succulent ^it'of grass on the  sidi; of the course. There was evidently  a misunderstanding between the suej  and his gallant rider, for the jockc,  continued on his way describing a perfect parabola, lie bit lhe dust. Nothing daunled, he sprang again upon  the back of his (rusty charger, but  again there was a misunderstanding.  The pony seemed lo think the nearest  road to the finish was baok the way  he hud come, but after much mampu-  laling of lhe rudder tlie skipper  brought his craft about aud starti>d  once more on lhe true course.  Although on the way home ho fell overboard no less that sevon times, the  brave rider succeeded al last in casting anchor in  the home port.  The'inolor cycle races produced some  very exciting sport. Mr, d.e^uesno aud  Mr. Mozer winning (heir respective  heats in dare-devil fashion.  A week'ago Friday aud Salurday  wo are lo havo your old friends from  English Hay (The Versatiles) at the  Opera House, 'lhe, have all the old  farorites of a year in addition to  several artists secured from dear old  London. We are promn I t ,yo sketches abounding in wholesome fun together with the latest musical hits of  London and New York. As thoir fume  has gone before ihem we are expecting  bumper housflN on both nighls.  Gbceuso me old scoul bul I have sim-  pl'y got to mention tho weather again,  We are having a succession of perfect  days, the kind you dream about in  Vancouver, but seldom see! Why? Oh,  why. will you continue to stick in  lhat cily of mist and perpetual rain,  when bv a few hours journey to lhe  Okanagan you may have opened to  your ravished vision a vista such as  has not greeted mortal since father  Adnm and his erring wife wero thrust  from the portals of Eden.  Pence and hearts grin-tings,  JIMMY.  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Houses on Wilton   Avenue.  Containing three Bedroomi, Dining and  Living rooms, Kitchen and Bath rooms  Electric Light and City Waler. Finiihed  in Mission, Ceilings Beamed, Plate mil, etc.  Also one containing two Bedroom.., Living  mom, Kitchen and Bath room, Summer  Kitchen nnd Baiement, electric light and  city water. Fir finishing througout.  Both have large lota.  For terms cV prices of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilaon Ave,  or  P. O. Box 12, Kelowna.  If your eyes are giving you trouble,  or your glasses need chunking, consult  Knowles,  the optician.  RB-WILLITSfrCo.  will be at home to everybody  in their New Store on Saturday. Sept. 27th.  p.m.  lo 6  p.m  p.m  to  10  p.m.  Fall Suits and  Overcoats  are  arriving  every few days, and  you are always welcome to inspect  them whether you intend  to  buy  now or later  Men's Suits - $7.50 to $30.00  ���    Overcoats-$13 to $21  If you wear a  FIT-RITE  Suit you   have the   satisfaction   of  knowing you are aa well clothed  as  the beat.    You can have them in  Ready-Made  OR  Made to Measure  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  at reasonable charges  H.F.  ���Hr  i  C  K  S  Water Street  (1st Block North)  Near Banjc ol Montreal  Look for tlie Sign  that's on TOP  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30  p.m  Leavei Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Plione No. 108  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Ealimatea  Finialiing work a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511 '  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tke Dominion  iu Manitoba, Saskatohewaa and Albtr-  ta, the Yukon Territory, th* Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Provinoe of Britiih Columbia, may  bs leased for a term of twenty-osm  years at an annual rental of ti aa  acre. Not more than 2,560 saw  will be leased to oue applicant.  Applioation for the lease mull bt  made by the applicant in pertaa to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in whioh the rights applied for art  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by sootions, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurrey-  sd territory the tract applied ior  shall be staked out by the    applioant  Eaoh applioation must bt  panied by a fee of Ifi whioh will bt  refunded if the rights applied for  art not available, but not othsrwies.  A royalty shall be paid on tht mtr-  ohantabls output of ths mint at tht  rate of fivt cents psr toa.  The person operating the mint shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tht  royalty thereon, if the coal mining  rights are not being operated. Bush  returns should lis furnished at Least  ones a year.  The lease will include the ooal Mining rights only, but the leases may  be permitted to purchase whattvtr  available surface rights may bt too-  sidered necessary for the workbaf of  the mine at the rate of $10 an sow.  For full information applioation  should be made to the secretary oi  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands. -  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  lor.  Kelowna Garage I Machine Works Go., LI  Not Too Late  yet to purchase that Car  and enjoy many fine trips  before cold weather sets in  Our stock of cars is being reduced  rapidly now, but we are pretty sure  to have something here that will  please you either in a New or  Rebuilt Car  Come and See our stock and arrange  ~ for a demonstration --  Kelowna Oarage & Machine Works Co., L  v  IS  TTHERE is big money in chicked  *    raising if you want to go intd  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it 1  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell therl  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner everj  day for ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raiting from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & Co!  Our representative is now in London, Eng.   Send in your  list and get in torn;.,  with English buyers  'Phone 240  P.O.Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shop:  Machinist* and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  Vv^e Repair   Saw ^'" Mac'1'nery' Factory Machiner:  V Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Ge  Engines,Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinei  Automobiles  We Stock   Cold  Rollecl shaftln8. Bolt*, Screws, Nut.i  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  alao for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  ..  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the  services  of af  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-clat)  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owner)'  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, Bi THTJRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913.  KRLOWNA RECORD  SUPERIOR FALL  = GOODS =  For the Automobile:  All Wool Rugs  Rubber Lined Rugs  Fur Robes  We have for this season a  Splendid Stock of  HORSE BLANKETS  which you should inspect  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  1  2       3       4       5      6       7  8  21  �����  Meal Ticket  9  20  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns & Smith, Props.  10  19  LAWRENCE AVE., opposite Methodist Ch.  II  18       17      16      15      14       13       12  " It's an ill breeze that blows nobody any good "  COKE BREEZE  BENEFITS EVERYBODY  It is superior to hard coal;  entirely free from slack '��� absolutely smokeless ; leaves very  little ash; makes a clean, bright  fire ; is cleon to handle; and  never smuts the pipes  Price, $13 per ton  STEAM COAL  Suitable for hot water heating plants.     $12 per ton.  ALSO  ALL KINDS OF FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Order Early before the winter rush  WHITEHEAD & CO. }=  307  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Now is the time to plant  c Senator Dunlop  1.50100  CUTFLOWERS      Vegetable and Bedding Pl.nl.     POT PLANTS  Bulbs now ready iS pig  OI Dl I Msgoon & Senator  Mrawberry Hants 2S. <..., $1.  Boy Scout  Notes  1* PrW8ED-     BYMAGISTEB  On the aubjeot of funda the following  suggestion., are taken Horn a email  manual entitled, "How to, form a petrol or troop" and are more or lees  applicable according to the locality of  those concerned;  ''Each scout should puy u subaoxip-  tion of five cents or more per week,  (out of his own saving..) towards the  fundw. If three patrols combine to get  a clubroom it will greatly diminish  the (.out to each. Add to this the  money made by any of the following  suggestions and it should be easy io  do a lot towards having a good club  room. Starting a temperance canteen'on a small scale, where tea, mineral waters, home made cakes, scones  and good candieB can be bought. All  cleaning muat be done by the boy*;  "usefulness iB the rent) we pay for  room on the earth.'  A cake and candy sale is a profitable and easy thing to get up. Work  your hardesf and do your beat to  please evoryoiie. You never know who  is watching you, and by your ,behav*  ioua you may nnpret-s sonio influential  person to assist you.  Take for instance the name of a  Scotch troop who by working hard  became very efficient. The adjutant of  a local territorial regiment took an  interest in them,land finally they received a substantial cheque towards  their funds from the Dowacer Duchess  of thoir county. This \n only one instance; many more oould be mentioned.  Make models of everything mentioned  in the Scouting hand book and get up  collections of leaves, and wild plants  suitable for use las food. etc. and exhibit them, milking a small charge for  admission.  Selt postcards of scouting scenes,  camp views, etc., but never hawk nost  cards or other goods round tho houses  from door to door  Arrange for a bazaar, concert nr  other display and do as, much of tho  work as you can yourselves. If there  is not one in the district already vou  may start a magazine and get e Hides of interost from many friends. Ths  official scout outfitter may bo induced  to run an advertisemeut In it, wliich  will pay for part of the expense.  While on the subject of money it  may be well to point out that a  great feature of the scout training is  made of their giving their services  without hope of pecuniary reward. At  a recent -public festival the services of  the troop in Kelownu wero offered to  the officials of a certain organization  who accepted verbally but it afterwards transpired that as the funda of  the concern would not extend to the  payment of scouts as m.'.-.sengers eto.,  the members of thc troop who had appeared oxpressely to be made use ol  were turned down whon a suggestion  was made for thoir employment. The  scouts are not allowed to. lake grati-  tuties for any service done unlesB an  arrangement has been made for a do-  finite rate of wages beforehand, and  even then it is up to tho scouts to  do as much as possible gratis by way  of a '"good turn", a spirit whioh ia  much to bo desired in the rising generation of the present day.  (To be continued.)  Phone ae  PALMER A ROGERSON      ro.Bo.M7  THREE MILES A MINUTE MOTORS  COMING  The onormous speed of two milea a  minute attained by Tx>rd Shrewliury'a  motor oar at Brook Inn da, which seems  to ibe causing much talk, is not a record. The directors of one of thr biggest motor car manufactories in Lon.  don declared this week that a speed  at tho rate of 1127 miles an hour had  been attained on the same iraek. It  was impossible on a circular traok to  keep up this pace for morn than . two  or three miles, firstly, beoauBe of the  difficulty of steering, and secondly because the tires would not stand the  strain. The motor car of the future  this expert thought would on a st might)  eourao, do three miles n minute. The  super oar of the future would be built  wedge shaped to reduce the wind resistance, and it would, of course, have  more powerful motors.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to sell or if you  want to buy, see .   v'  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about it.  If you want your harness pro-  perly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson is  your man.   He specialises in  Harness Repairing  and puts hand sewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE =  A. E. COX  Successor to H. Horrocka  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES.  tee,  SPECIAL:  1 Hand Sewing Machine  (new)  I Bed Lounge  I Heavy Buck Cookstove  I Kitchen Cabinet  Sewing Machines for Rent  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and   Estimates  Furnished  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' snd Gents' Rubber Heels  of the Best Makes  GadrJes-McTavish  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  . Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA     :     B.C.  S��  S��  3  $  <&.  ���-#  aSB>  ���si  9  <9��  3,  c<^  <S*  <��#  (Sii  <*�����������  Gurney - Oxford Baking  Worthy of the Art of a Chef  The average woman abhors having to spend  all her time in the kitchen striving to accomplish some new dish in baking. But when she  can have a range like the Gurney-Oxford,  cooking becomes a pleasure and a fascination  because of its consistent assured success.  The heat ofthe whole range is controlled by one lever, called the  Economizer, with remarkable ease and effect.  The oven is entirely surrounded by a perfectly even heat of any  degree required for any kind of baking. Pans of biscuits, light  rolls, or cakes, all cook evenly with a delicate, golden brown crust  without having to be constantly changed around next the heat  as in other ranges.  This perfect Gurney-Oxford oven encourages a woman to attempt  delicious and unusual recipes of her own invention.    Her reputation for being a "splendid cook" is at once established.  The Gurney-Oxford Economizer regulates the exact degree  of heat which is directed through the oven by a Divided Flue  Strip with perfect evenness in  every corner.   The fire is held  low on a Special Reversible  Grate  which  burns  every coal to a white  ash. There is a lift-up  Broiler Top to expose the full fire, and  a  smooth   polished  surface that requires  no black lead.   The  Warming Closet is  big enough and  strong   enough   to  hold a whole dinner  service.  This Gurney-Oxford is the range for women of to-day.  CALL 6n US���ASK R)/. OUR NEW CATALOGUE, "STOVES AND RANGES "  &  *s��  *-=��  (&  &  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  im  &&&&&������& *^*3fB ta&'.O m &��S����S��>Sr.BeM�� KELOWNA RECOBJ)  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918.  PUBLIC AUCTIONS  '|List of Fall Fair  Prize Winners  Division I.-POULTRY AND  PET STOCK   i  IT is difficult during the excitement of a public auction  to estimate off hand the price of an article, and in order to safeguard the public against exhorbitant prices  we append hereto the prices of furniture at the Kelowna  Furniture Co.'s store. Keep this list for future reference.  Camp Furniture  Camp bed, with reinforced woven spring $ 2.50  ��� mattress, filling all of best quality felted cotton  (no excelsior), with heavy art ticking     2.50  Matting square, 9-ft. x 9-ft     2.50  Kitchen Furniture  Kitchen table, turned legs, with drawer, 4-ft. top     2.80  do. 5-ft. top     3.15  Kitchen chairs, double stretchers 67  Kitchen cabinet, 2 bins, 2 drawers, 2 dough boards     6.00  Lu.u.caun tor floor, per sq. yd 65c, 55c. and 50c.  Bed Room  Iron beds any size, one and one-sixteenth in. post, brass  trimmings  3.60  Bed springs, fine weave, reinforced by cables, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft. 2.15  do.                            3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft. 2.00  Combination cotton felt & excelsior mattress, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft. 4.50  do.                          3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft. 4.00  Six-piece toilet set  2.00  Dresser and stand, 14 x 24 in British bevel plate mirror  13.50  Good quality English tapestry squares, 9-ft. x 9-ft  8.00  Brass beds, 2-in. post and finish.:  15.00  Best woven wire spring on the market   2.50  Felt mattress, all white cotton felt, in strong art ticking  7.50  Solid oak dresser, 36-in. top, 20 x 24 inch British bevel  plate mirror    13.00  Solid qak washstand to match  7.00  Good quality Brussels square  17.50  Dining Room  Extension tables, 42-in. top     8.50  Elm diners, golden finish, braced backs, turned posts, each    1.00  Buffet, surface oak, 30-inch bevel plate mirror     16.00  Linoleum as per kitchen quotation  Dining Room in Solid Oak  Solid oak buffet, 48-in. top, 36-in. bevel plate mirror  25.00  Solid oak set of diners, I arm and 5 chairs  16.50  Solid oa'; extension table, fumed finish.. i  16.50  English velvet square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in  20.00  Or an Axminster square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in   25.20  Or Nairn's inlaid linoleum, per sq. yd   1.00  97-piece dinner sets, English semi porcelain   12.00  General  Window blinds, 37-in. by 72-in. each 35  Child's high chairs  1.00  Nurse Rockers  1.50  Solid quartered oak Morris chairs, reversable cushions  8.50  Solid oak arm rockers  3.25  Office titters ���  5.00  Couches, with spring bottom and good tapestry covering.. 6.00  ?uartered oak sectional bookcases, any finish, per section 4.00  ypewriter desks, solid oak  10.00  Parlor chairs, mahogany finish, silk upholstered  10.00  Pulman bed Davenport. A Davenport by day and bed at  night, ln fumed oak, seat and back upholstered in No.  I grain leather. The piece includes the spring and a  4-ft  6-in. felt mattress.     A massive article for library  or den  50.00  Singer sewing machines, 5 drawera, drop head  40.00  Pianos, any finish 270.00  We handle the famous Gerhard Heintzman fit Goi-rlay  Pianos and Player Pianos and the Columbia Gramo-  nolas, and Columbia records  While our prices are low we do not stock a cheap class of goods.   QUALITY  with us is the first, second and third consideration.  Our prices are Low BECAUSE���  We buy in Large Quantities,  Take Cash Discounts,  And have no Rent to pay.  Kelowna Furniture  Company  ludgo. .1. K. Terry.  Barred Kocks.���I'ock, 1st and 2nd,  Mack Copeland. Cockerel, lift Mack  Copoland, 2nd, A, Woddull. Pullet,  1st Mack Copeland, 2nd A. Weddell.  lien, 1st and 2nd Mack Copeland.  IV". lut and 2nd, Mack Copeland.  Pon, Young Birds 1st and 2nd Mack  Copeland.  I tuff Hock*.��� Oookerul, 2nd A. Casorso  Pullot, 2nd   A. Casorso. Pen,    Ut,  A. Casorso.  Black Wyandotte.���Men, 1st E. L.  Ward.  White Wyandotte.��� Cock, 1st, George  F. Dowsley, 2nd .1. 0, Stockwell.  Cockerel, Ist S. dray, 2nd S. Gray.  Pullet, 1st, S. Gray, 2nd, A.  Weddell. Hen. 1st A. Weddell,' 2nd,  ���I. C. Stockwell. Pen, 1st r'i'. R. Bulman. Pen young, 2nd, S. Gray.  Partridge Wyandotte.��� Cook, 1st, J.  0, Stockwell,(2nd Miss M. M. Gella-  thy. Hen, 1st Mian M. M. Gellatly,  2nd, J, C. Stockwell.  Buff Leghorn. ��� Cock, Ist A. Notley.  Pullot, 1st and 2nd A. Notley. Hen  1st and 2nd A. Notley  Rhode IslandWed H.C.-^-Cock, 1st'    J.  White  Leghorn, K.C.- Cock lat     T.  Hurtier. Hen, 1st T. Barber.  C, Stockwell. Cockerel, 2nd,    J.    C.  Stockwell. Hen, 1st E. I. Ward, 2nd  J. C. Stockwell.  Dark Cornish.��� Cockerel, lat and 2nd  Uussell Sutherland. Pullot, 1st and  2nd, Russell Sutherland. Hen, 1st  and 2nd, Russell Sutherland. Pen,  1st Russell Sutherland. Pen young,  1st RusseU Sutherland.  Rhode 'Island Red. B.C.���Cook, 1st,  S. .1. Weeks. Hen. 1st, 8. J. Weeks,  Cockerel. 1st Miss M. M. Gellatly  2nd C. Lancaster. Pullet, 1st S. J.  Weeks, 2nd Miss M. M. Gellatly. Pen  Ist S. J. Weeks.  Black Minorca, S.C.-Pullot, lat H.D.  Riggs. Cockerel. 1st H. D. Riggs.  Silver C'nmpines.���Cockerel lat and  2nd teg. H. Flower. Pullet. Ist and  2nd, Rog. 11. Flower. Pen, 1st, Reg.  II. Flower.  Golden fnmpines.���Cockerel 1st W. W.  Grummett. Pullet, 1st W. W. Grummett.  White Orpingtons.��� Cock, lat ,). 0.  Stockwell 2nd W. Blackwood. Htn,  1st .1. 0. Stockwell. Pullet 1st and  2nd W. .1. Sliain. Cockerel, Ist J.C.  Stockwell, 2nd W. J. Shain.  Houdana.��� Cock, 1st T. Barber. Hen  1st T. Barber.  Black Orpingtons.���Cock 1st M. Ogden  Hen, 1st A. Weddell. Cockerel, 1st  M. Ogden, 2nd A. Weddell. Pullet,  1st M. Ogden.  Blnck Polish.- lien, Ist .Ina. Harvey  ���Ir. Pullet, 1st Jas. Harvey Jr. Pen  1st .las. Harvoy Jr.  S. Spangled Hambufgs.- Hen, 2nd,  Mack Copeland. Cockerel, Ist Mack  Copoland, 2nd U. I). Riggs. Pen, lat  Mack Copeland. Pen young 1st ,Tas.  Harvey Jr., 2nd Muck Copoland.  White Leghorns, S.C.���Cock, 1st Bus-  sell Sutherland. Hon 1st and 2nd,  T. R. Bulman. Pullet, 1st and 2nd,  Ruasell Sutherland. Cockerel lat, T.  R. Bulman, 2nd Ruasell Sutherland.  Pen. 1st, Russell Sutherland, Sad,  T.  R.  Bulman.  Brown Leghorns, S.G.-Cock, 1st. 'A.  Casorso, 2nd Loon Gillard. Hen, 1st  W. A. Scott, 2nd, t��on Gillard.  Cockerel. 1st W. A. Scott. Pullet,  1st W. A. Scott, 2nd F. I,. Ward.  Pen, 2nd, A. Casorso, Pen young,  1st' W. A. Scott, 2nd Chaa. Graham.  Brown Leghorn, R. C.-nen, lat and  2nd, J. T. Bateman. Cookerd, 1st  *nd 2nd J. C. Bateman. Pullet, lat  nnd Snd J. T. Bateman.  Roil Cnp.-Cockorel, l��t W. R. Barlee.  2nd, J. C. Stockwell. Pullet, lat and  2nd, .1. C. Stockwell.,  Buff Orpingtons.��� Cock, 1st Russell  Sutherland. Cockerel, 1st and 2nd,  RiisroII Sutherland. Hen, 1st J. T.  Bateman, 2nd, E. L. Ward. Pullet,  1st A. Weddoll, 2nd Ru��se�� Sutlier'-  land.  Light Brahma.��� Hoii, lit Maok Copeland.  . BANTAMS  Old English Game.��� Cock, 1st     Mrs.  H. Newby, 2nd, A. Weddell. Cockejrol  lsl A. Weddell, 2nd, Chaa. Graham.  Pullet, lat and 2nd, Mrs, U��� Newby.  Golden Seabiight.��� Cock,  la),     Maok  Copeland, Hen, Ist A. Weddell,   2nd,  Mack Copoland,  Bull    Cochin-    Hen, lat A. Weddell.  Cockere 1 lat    and 2nd, A. Weddell.  Pullet, lat and 2nd, A. Weddell. Pan  1st, A. Weddell.  Blaok Cochin Bantam.���Cock, 1st     A  Weddell. Hon, Ist A. Weddell. P.illet  let  A.  Woddolli.  Cockerel,  1st,      ���nd  2nd, A. Weddell.  PIGEONS  Homers.���Pair, lsl and 2nd, A, Weddell.  Tumblera.- Pair, 1st. Chaa. ^Grate.m,  2nd, A, Weddell.  FantailB.��� Pair, 1st Chaa. Graham,  2nd. Terence Crowley.  (Continued on Page. Five.)  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  '  The most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Musical Evening it Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rstes apply to  H. VINCE   -    Manager  UME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural ime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  these products  PRICES, &c. ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS  ND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO  ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH  Proprietor  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work^  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna    -    B.C.  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  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  '��  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Rich Sparkling Cut Glass  Cut Glass is now in strong demand in the best circles of  society. We have a lovely assortment of Gundy-Clapperton  Co'a famous clover leaf line. The beautiful designs, the  perfection in cutting, and the masaiveness of the ware, easily  distinguishing it from the cheaper lines. Call in to-day.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.        ��� ���        'Phone 270 KELOWNA HECO.Ua  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918.  BIG  BANKRUPT SALE  of a Big Vancouver Stock bought from the assignees  wdl be sold at the CUT PRICE STORE, corner  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave. Sale opens Friday  September 26th, at 10 a.m., for Three Days Only  isUelL  Like it Before  It's the greatest Glothing Slaughter ever  held in Kelowna. Sale opens FRIDAY,  September 26th, at 10 a.m., for THREE  DAYS ONLY  Greatest Sale of Fine Clothing  Ever held takes place at Cut Price Clothing  Store, corner Pendozi Street and Lawrence  , Avenue, one block south of Bernard Avenue.  The Bankrupt Sale Ends, MONDAY,  September 29th  Over $27,000 Worth  of Fine Clothing, Hats, Furnishings,  Shoes and Children's Apparel, &c, to  be slaughtered at prices that will set the  whole community wild with excitement  commencing  FRIDAY, SEPT. 26th  at 10 a.m., and will continue for 3 days Only  The Sensation of the day The wonder of the hour  It will Pay You to Attend  It will pay you to com*. ](K. miles to i.t ten. I tliis great  Hanki'upt salt* which is lbs mightiest ever attempted In B.C.  Herald tin. wonderful news, notify your friend., nnd neighbors,  then come with thn crowds. I>t nothing keep yon away if  you wnnt to Have money. Sale will positively open, rain nr  shine, Friday, Sept. '-Villi at 10 a.m.. and will continue fur  five days. Below v.* quota a few of the hundreds of Bar  gaim that await Ihe early and prudent buvers.  $27,000 Bankrupt Sale  The Big Hunk nipt sain at thu Cut Price Store ol ever  Twenty-seven Thousand Dollars worth ol Merchandise for  men noil children. Those mmumoth stocks will be distributed  into Ih,. homes of tin' people at lens than the actual cost of  thc raw material. Beginning Friday. Sept. 26th at 10 A.m.  the whole t'oitibitir'd stock miiBt. be sold in a hurry. Thc  sensational mid ridiculous low prices will amaze and dumbfound the most skeptical. Clothing will be Bold for the mere  cost of the linings and buttons, furnishings at the cost of  yardage; shoes given away.  MEN'S SUITS- positively worth lo _ fl_  811) or your money refunded. Any Z.S/D  time during the Bankrupt Sals   mousy refunded. Any time during this   O.QJ  Bankrupt Sals    MEN'S SUITS.- In high  grade  dsrk  silk   mixed   cheviots,   splendid    tailor-   �� QC  sd.    Regular   .price to 318.00.   Bank-   ��-s��?0  nipt Sals I'rice   Blue i Serge, Black Thibet snd 1'nlin  ished worsted Suits; also Richfield  Brown, and Brown stripes. Suits  that sell up to *22.50. Bankrupt  Sale Price   8.95  Shoes almost Given away  MEN'S BOOTS- For business wear. ��. _��,  that mean service and comfort, l.jj)  worth to 13.50; now    /  MEN'S FINE HOOTS.- Made     from  selected calf skin nnd vici kid; best  workma.ni.hip nnd finish; worth up  toiW.OOk now   ��2.95, $2.16 and  1.95  Men's Fine lliind Tailored Suits in _ _ ���  all the wanted styles, worth up to |,Jf5  120.00, Bankrupt Siile I'rice    SUITS.��� Perfectly tailored, it seems ��� nfM  a pity to sell them so low; regular J/.J/i?  price to 82.1.0(1. Bankrupt  Sale Price...  FINEST   SUITS.- For     best     drees  wear,  and  those fashionable diagonal  grey    effects;     finest    hand tailoring. 11   fijj  worth    up    to (38,00. Bankrupt Sale  Price  Men's Fine Raincoats nnd   Overcoats, ���  worth     to   815.00.     Bankrupt     Sals  4a95  Price  ���   ,.  Hats Almost Given Away  Hats, Soft     nnd Stiff, worth to $2.00  Sale  Price       ftflo.  Big Line    Hats,    worth up to $8.80,  Sale  Price   v  $1,48  Men's Pants Given Away  Men's Pants, worth up to $2.50,   now    05c. and 76c.  Men's Punts in grey stripes and plain  shades, dress wear; regular price     to  $5.00. Sale  $i,(ir,  Corduroy Pants worth to $4.00. Sale  Price   si.(15  Gents'Furnishing Slaughtered  Men's Shirts, regular' prices to $1.00.  Price  35c.  .  Men's Shirts, white aiifl fancy patterns  prices 81.511 to 83.110.  Price   85c.  Men's Underwear; worth to $1.50. Sale  Prire   45c.  Men's Hitndkcrchiefs: worth to 16c.,  now 3 for   10c.  Cotton Hose, worth to 25c, now ... 60  Men's I'jiibroidered Suspenders, worth  lo 50c. Sale  Price   16c.  Men's Underwear. wofth 50c, now 20o  15 nnd 25 cent Collars, all styles, So.  Caps, worth lo $1.50, now   35c.  Sweaters and sweator coats, worth to  83.00, now    86c.  (.loves,'worth to 75c, now   25o  .50c. and $1.00 Cuff Buttons   lOo.  Overalls, worth to 81.00, now   46o.  High olass Flannel Dress Shirts with  nnrl without separate collars; worth  from $3.00 to 81.00,  now   $1,15  Razors, worth  lo $3.00   .|5o.  CUT PRICE STORE  Corner Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave. one Block South Bernard Ave. KELOWNA, B.C.  WARNING I Be sure and find the right place.    Merchandise exchanged and money refunded.  WANTED���25 Ssleipsople for Clothing, Furnishing, Hst* Shed.   Apply Thuradsy.   Aim 10 Cseh Boy..   Store open till 7 for working people  FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST  (Continued from Page Four.)  TURKEYS  Tom.  1st, W.  Blackwood. Hen,   1st  F. H.,E. DeHart,    2nd. W.    Blackwood.  GEESE  Gander, 1st J. T. Bnteinnn, 2nd. G.  Day. Goose, 1st .1. T. Bateman, 2nd  Geo. Day. Gander, Young, 1st and  2nd, Geo. Day. Goose- Young, 1st,  2nd, Geo. Day.  DUCKS  White Muscovy.��� Drake, 1st Mrs. R.  P. Morrison. 2nd .las. Harvey Jr.  Duck, 1st Mrs. It. F. Morrison, 2nd,  Jas. Harvey Jr. Drake, Young, 1st  Jus, Harvey Jr. Duck, Young, 1st  ��� fas.  Harvey, Jr.  Pokm.��� Drake, 1st. J, T. Bateman,  2nd, H, 1). Riggs. Drake,, young, 1st-  Miss Gellatly, 2nd L. E. Taylor:  Duok, 1st Miss Gellatly, 2nd J. T.  Bateman. Duck, young, 1st and 2nd  H..D.  Riggs.  Indian Runner.���Drake, 1st Geo Day.  Duok, lat Geo. Day.  Aylesbury.���Drake, 1st W. R. Barlee.  Duck, 1st, W. R. Barlee.  RABBITS  Belgian Hares.-Pair,  1st A.  Weddell.  2nd, Ewan Hunter.  Flemish Giants.��� Pair. 1st and   2nd.  ���f. C Stockwell.  EGGS  12 Brown, 1st ,Aleo MoLlcnnan,     2nd  J. S, McKenzie.  12 tinted.^-lst, Dr. Pfyffer, 2nd S. J.  Weeks.  12 White, 1st. Beg. II. Flower,    2nd.  Dr. Pfyffer.  Division 2���CATTLE  JUDGE:- Mr. H. Webb.  HOLSTEINS  Bull, any age��� 1st F. Marven,    2nd  M. Hereron.  Cow, any age.��� 1st A. W. Bowser.  Heifer, any age.- Ist, A. W. Dowser.  JERSEYS  Bull, nny age��� 1st W. C. Blackwood,  2nd, A. W. Dalgleish.  Cow, any age.��� 1st J. B. Fisher, 2nd  J. Lytle.  Heifer, any ago.- 1st G. R. Binger.  AYRSHIRES  Bull, any age.��� 1st and   2nd,  Bateman.  Cow, any age.���  1st  and 2nd  Bateman.  Heifer, any age.- 1st J. T. Bateman  GRADE CATTLE FOR DAIRY PURPOSES  Cow.-lst I.. E. Taylor. 2nd W. Sturt  ridge.  Heifer.- 1st L. .E. Taylor, 2nd Guiea  ehan Farm.  GRADE CATTLE FOR BEEF   PURPOSES  Cow.���1st Casorso Bros. Snd A. Caa  orso.  Heifer.- let  GuiBachaa Farm  Division 3.-DA1RY PRODUCE  Several names of prize winners  J.  T  J.   T.  2nd,  issue but will be given next  Dairy    Butter.���   not less than thrae   Onions. Large Red Globe.��� 1st  pounds, in prints made by, exhibitor  -1st W.iA. Soot.,,2nd. D. W.   So  therland.  in tub or crock, made  by exhibitor.  -1st R. .1. Sproul, 2nd A. W.'Dal-  Gleish.  Honey  in Comb.��� not  lees than  pounds.���1st P. T. Dunn,   2nd,  Barber.  Honey, extracted, not tees than    one  quart jar.��� Ist P. T. Dunn, 2nd   T.  Barber.  Observation Nuohjus.��� 1st T. Barber.  Collection of pickles, 6 jars.��� 1st Mrs.  H. Newby, 2nd Mrs. H. D. Biggs.  Division 4.- HORSES  T.  R. Barlee, 2nd, W. II. Fleming.  Filly or gelding, 2 years old.���     1st  T. Bulman.   HORSES IN HARNESS  Heavy draft team, 3200 lbs.- 1st Geo.  E. Thompson,'2nd Geo. Dillon.  Agricultural team, 2800 lbs.��� 1st    L.  E. Taylor, Dud Guisaohan Farm.  General purpose team, 2400 >lbs.     1st  Carl  Blackwood,,   2nd W.  Marshall.  East Kelowna.  General purpose team (fouls) 2nd Guisaohan Farm.  Single driver in harness.��� 1st <T.   S.  McKenzie, 2nd, Dr. Thayer.  Single    roadster    in    harness.���     1st  2nd. >.T. S. McKenzie.  Roadster team in harness.���1st W. R.  Barlee, 2nd J. S. McKenzie.  Single carriage horso in harness,    10  hands.��� 1st Glenmore Hunch.  SADDLE HORSES  Saddle horse, 18 hands and over.���1st  W. R. Rarlee, 2nd Guisaohan   Farm.  Saddle hores,,under 15 hands.��� 1st G.  R. Binger, 2nd L. E. Taylor.  Boy rider, and pony (boy under 14  years).��� 1st Peter Brush, 2nd, Tom  Davy.  Girl rider and pom. i. hi under 14  years.��� 1st Miss Barlee, Snd Rosalind Butler.  DELIVERY HORSfiS  Best' turned out dray transfer    team;  ���1st Geo.   Dillon, 2nd Earl   Blackwood.  SHETLAND PONIES  Shetland mare and foal pi 4013.��� 1st  J. iN'ichol, 2nd L. E. Taylor.  Shetland pony driven in harness.���1st  Mrs. D. W. Sutherland, 2nd    W. B.  Barlee.  Shetland team, driven in harness.���let  J. Niool.  Division 5-VEGETABLES  Judge: J. L. Uilborn, Summerland  *  Potatoes, Rochester Rose.��� 1st Geo.  M. White, 2nd Reg. H. Flower.  Potatoes, Early Rose.- 1st H. S. Rom  2nd R. E. J. Hunt.  Potatoes, Uurbanks.��� lat W. ,A. Scott  2nd, R. J. Lund.  Potatoes, Netted Gem.��� 1st Geo. M.  White.  Potatoes, Largest.��� lat A. L. Cross,  2nd R. J. Lund.  Potatoes, New variety not before exhibited.��� lat Geo. M. White, 2nd,  R. J. Lund .  Potatoes, any other variety, named.���  1st Ueo. M. White, 2nd A. L. Crosa.  Potatoes, best collection, 13 of each,  correctly named.��� lat Reg. H. Flower.  Cabbage, two best winter.��� lat UL  Taylor, 2nd glenmore Ranch.  Cabbage, two bast red.��� 1st Thn.  Sworhy, 2nd Mrs. G. A. Chick.  Carrots Short Horn.��� lat tesw\e*  Dilworth, 2nd C. E. Weeks.  Carrots, intermediate,��� lat Jas. Harvey Sr., 2nd W. fl. Fleming.  Parsnips.- 1st T. Swordy, 2nd Mrs.  G. A. Chick.  Beets, hong,- 1st T. Swordy, 2nd Dr.  Ply**.  Beets, Globe.- 1st W. fl. Flemina. and  Dr. .heller.  Onions, Yellow Globe Danvera.- lat  A. Casorso, 2nd W. A. Hunter.  this cIsbs were not available for   this   Onioua, Flat Danvere.���1st A. Caaoeao,  2nd, Dr. Pfyffer.  2nd. r.i Swordy.  Onions, Bermuda.��� 1st ff. fl.  ���ug, 2nd, G. E. Weeks.  Flea-  Dairy .lutter.- not less than 5 pound*   Unions, White Globe.- 1st T. Swordy  ��� n     ,..1,     aa     a 1.  I-        La UU1._ '1...1 Ul 11 VI *  C       J..  T.  Judge,- R. Miller, Viotoria.  Peroheron Stallion, any age.��� 1st Casorso Bros.  Clydesdale, any age.��� 1st R. Munson.  Thoroughbred stallion, any age.��� 1st  B, Lambly.  Coach Stallion, any age��� 1st Hltch-  ner Bros.  AGRICULTURAL CLASS.  Brood marc, with foal at side.���    let  A. Gordon, 2nd, Guisachan Farm.  Filly or gelding, 1 yaar M._ Iaaj ,���,,  2nd, L. R. Taylor,  hilly or gelding. 2 years old.-     1st,  H. D. Riggs, 2nd Guisaohan Farm.  Foul of 1913.- l,t. Guiaachan Farm.  GENERAL PURPOSE  Mare with foal at    side.- 1st Leslie  Dilworth.  Filly or gelding,   1 year oH.-     lit,  Guisaohan Farm.  Filly or   golding, 2 years old.-     1st  W. H. Fleming.  Foal of 1913.- 1st W. A. Hunter.  ROADSTERS  Mare with, foal at side.- 1st,    A. W  DalgWih.  Filly or gelding. 1 year old.- 1st W.  2nd, W. H. Fleming.  Onions, Whits Pickling.-  l��t  Weeks, 2nd, T. Swardy.  3   Onions,    Yellow    Pickling.-   I.t  Swardy, 2nd. c.E. Weeks.  Onions, collection correctly oamecL six  0. eaoh.- 1st T. Swordy.  Corn, table.- 1st A. L. Cross,     2nd.  Jas. Harvey Sr.  Squash, beet two, any variety, table  use.- 1st Geo. M.  White, 2nd W.C.  Blackwood.  Squash, best two Hubbard.- 1st Qlsu-  More Ranoh, 2nd, W. H. Hunter  Pumpkins for    table u**.- UA    Gsu-  sachan Farm, 2nd B. J. Ljusi  Vegetable Marrow.- lrt   J*.   Boyan.  2nd, Wm. (fey. ^  Tomatoes, beet 12.- l* Wm. g^j.  ly. 2nd T. Swordy.  Tomatoes, beet coUeotioa. �� of   each,  correctly named��� lat Wm. Qeahtly'  Cuoumb��, bset braoe, green,   g^  under gl,M._ l,t fl. Lysons.  Cucumbers, best brae*, gr����,   gt<mm  m open air.- 1st, C. I.. We*, ^  Wm. Gellatly. ^ ***  Cueumbers. best   dish   for piokluw-  lrt, C E. Weeks. ^*  Cauliflower, two head..- 1st    C    E  Weeks, 2nd. IV W. Btirling  Celery, White Plume.- 1st c! E. W��k.  Celery, Winter.- l,t C. E. Week*.  ������ * A'"-* **    *  Melons. Wat*.- 2nd. W. H. Fleming  o!TV,,0Mk- '*' 01������ra wL  2nd J. Saucier. -won.  Melons, Nutmeg.-**,    ���. ���, q^  S��l>ny- 1st W. K. Andwt0^  (Oontinurf on Pa,, 8to<)  I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1913.  KELOWNA KGCOSJD  DON'T  TRUST  to memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy  or girl. Memory plays  strange tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year or so will  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCLIEFE. BLOCK  Thursday. Friday  and Saturday  10 to 5  Don't keep useless goods around the  lho house. Turn them into money  through �� RECORD WANT AD. Somebody wants those goods whii.h navo  ceased to be useful to you!  I'WI.l. PAIR VKI/K LIST  (Continued from I'uue.Fivo.)  I'uppers, one plant,  lsl     A.O ..sorgo.  Snd, L. R, Taylor,  PeflBj gretn,  bent dish,  shelled.���    Ist  Wm. flay.  Beans,  Scarlet   Runners,  in  pod,   Lett  dish.-  1st W. M. Anderson, 2nd Mrs  T. Weeks,  Beans, bush, in   pud.-- 1st Glenmote  Hunch.  Division 6-FIELD PRODUCE  Judge, -I. I,. Millioni, Siiiiiiiii'rlnntl.  Turnips, 5 Swede for onttlu, 1st Glenmore Ranoh,  Mangold Wurtzols, B globo. -lsl W.  Blackwood,  Mangold Wurtzols, B long red.- Int. W.  Blackwood, 2nd W, C.  Illnckwood,.  Sugar Beats, 5 long.���lsl I., E. Tuy-  lor. 2nd Reg,  II. Plower.  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :     B.C.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraita by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  [���jMouldings,  Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  l*uinpkins, two hoavittst.���1st Alee Keid  "2nd, T.  Swordy.  Field corn, 12 oars.--, 1st .J. ('. Stock-  Well, 2nd. A.  L. Cross.  C.airots, G red.��� 1st A. L. Cross.  Hale of hay, Alfalfa,- Ist D. R. E.  Del I art.  Bale of hay, Timothy.- 1st F. B. R.  DeHart, ...  Bale of hay, mixed.��� Int .1. Saucier,  2nd   M.   ilereron.  Best collection of roots for onttle.���  1st, -I. Saucier.  Division 7.- -FRUITS  Judges. Mr. Boyce, Okanngan Centre uud I). Sioliolson, Salmon Arm, ns-  Bisted by .1.  I.. Itilborn.  uti.f.s  Apples lor home use ami oolninoruial  Planting  Wealthy,���1st Geo. I'.. Thompson,,2nd.  W. A. Scott, 3rd, K.L.O. Co,  Molntosli.���lsl Geo.  I-!. Thompson, 2nd  ��� I. T, Campbell, 3rd, W," Stutlridge.  Wagoner.��� Isi   J. McLaughlin, Peachland, 2nd Wm. Sturtridge, 3rd Mrs,  W. A. Lang, Ponotiland.  .1 onallinn.-���  1st   W.  S.  Blackwood. 2nd  Cioo. Billon, 3rd, I..I..O. Co.  Nortltorn Spy.    1st, R.K.I,. Co,   2nd,  I.. E. Taylor, 3rd c.  Lancaster.  Grimes Golden ��� Is-t    II.    I', Gellatly,  2nd 11. fl, M. Gardner, 3rd     T.     0.  Spoor.  Spitsonburg,��� 1st .1, T. laAteman, 2nd  Wm. Sturtridge, 3rd, II. II. M. Cnrd-  nor.  Yellow   Vewtown  Pippin.���1st  Mrt?. W.  A. f.nng, 2nd t. II. Geen, 3rd .1. L.  Pridh&tn,  Cox's Orango I'ippin.-lst A. K. Ilrys-  dnle, 2nd  L. K. Taylor, 3rd  K.L.O.  Co.  Post oolleotion of Commoroiftl Apples,  5 varieties, 5 of eaoh.���   1st,   LI E.  Taylor, 2nd K.L.O. Co., 3rd   .1.   T..  Pridham.  DelioiouB.-lst V.R.V.. n..I.,irt, 2nd Mrs  W. .1). Harvey. ,  Duohess of Oldenburg,���1st Mrs. W. A.  Lang, 2nd, It. Munson.  Grnvonatein.���  1st   Mr..    W. A. Lang.  2nd. S. Cray.  Aloxtuidor.-    lsl Wm. Sturtridge,   2nd.  C. K. Wooks.  Blcnlioim Orange. ���  lsl   C.  I.nncastor,  ml. G  E. Thompson,  Twenty mrnie  Pippin.���  1st, Mrs. W.A.  I -unir. 2nd U. Munson.  Snow.     1st  Mrs. W.  A.  Laim, 2nd F.  I!. V.. DeHart.  Uilrston   Pippin.--   1st   ,1.   I..   I'ridham  2nd H. C. Soddon,  Kail St. Lawrence.��� Ist II.G.M. Gardner, 2nd L. E. Taylor.  Any variety, summer or fall.���1st i   L.  V.. ITuylor, 2nd .1. T. Campbell.  King.��� l��t    Mrs. W. A.   Lang,    2nd,  Geo. E. Thompson,  llulibnrdstoii    Nonsucli.���    1st    L. E,  Taylor.  Ontario.��� 1st .1. MoLaughlin, 2nd   F.  B. E. DeHart.  Yellow  llollflower.- 1st S.K.L.     Co.,  2nd,  ILG.M. Gardner.  Kliodv Island Greening.��� Ist Mrs. W.  A. Lang, 2nd Glenmore Ranch.  Hello do Boskoop.- 1st .1. T.     Bateman, ,  Akin 'Hed.���1st Hy. Burtch.  Blue   Pearmain, ��� 1st  I..  K. Taylor,  2nd. .1. 0. Brown. '  Winter Banana.��� let T. G. Spoor, 2nd  W. C. Blaokwoorl.  Sutton Beauty.��� lsl  Karl Blackwood,  2nd. W. C. Blaokwoorl.  Trilinan Sweet,��� 1st .1. T. Campliell,  2nd. A. L. Cross. j  Snlomo.��� 1st, L. E. Tailor, 2nd     J.  T. Campbell.  Canada Red.���1st R. Munson, 2nd .Lis.  Harvey Sr.  aldwin ��� 1st ���!.  McLaughlin, 2nd   H.  Munson. j  Canada Baldwin.��� Ist Geo. E. Thompson, 2nd .1. B. Brown.  olden Russel.- 1st   S.K.L. Co.. 2nd  I.. E. Taylor.  Bon Davis.- 1st 'I'. G. Spoor,, 2nd   F.  R. F. DeHart.  Gano.- 1st Mis. W. A. Lung, 2nd F.  It.  E. DeHart.  Any other variety winlor ani le.���   lat  li. Hill, 2nd, Mrs. W, A. Lang.  Heaviest 12 apples, (different variety),  -lsl L. E. Taylor, 2nd C. H. Geon.  Heaviest  apple in show.���   1st. C.  H.  Geen.  CRAB APPLES  Florence.- 1st I.. E. Taylor, i2nd, F.  Tt. E. DeHart.  Hyslop.- 1st R. S. Hall, 2nd H. Hill.  Transcendent.���    1st    .1.    McLaughlin,  2nd. R. Gray,  any other variety.���2nd    Mrs.   Tt.  G.  Taylor, J'oaclilnnd.  PEARS  Bartlett.- 1st  II. Hill, 2nd    L.    E.  Taylor.  flemish    Beauty.���lsl     I,  E. Taylor,  2nd. .1.  j!, Reekie.  Louise Bonno 'le Jersey.��� 1st    I.. R.  Taylor, 2nd, <    T. Campbell.  Clnii'treau.���   1st   Gils.  Anderson.      2nd  I..  P.. Taylor,  neiirre d'Anjou.- lsl  Dr.  Pfyffer, 2nd  ���I. T. Campbell.  Seckel.-lst L. E. Tavlor.  Winler NoHis.���1st Gun. Anderson, Snd  L. If. Taylor. |  Howell.-lst J. T. Campbell, Snd    L.  E. Tavlor.  Sheldon.���1st. 1. E. Taylor.  Duchesse d'Angouleme.��� 1st     L . E,  Taylor, 2nd F. B. E. iDeHart.  Beurre Boussock.��� 1st,   F. K. E. De-  Hart, 2nd, Gus. Anderson.  Bourre Hardy.��� lst'L.|E. Taylor.  Vicar^of Wakefield,- 1st L. E. Taylor  llosk.- 1st L. E. Taylor.  Lincoln.-   1st F. It. E. DeHart,    2nd  .1. T. Campbell.  Any other variety,���1st W. A. Scott,  2nd, L. E. Taylor.  Collection of pears, live varieties, five  of   each.���   1st L. E. Taylor, 2nd,  Gus Anderson.  PLUMS  Lombard.��� 1st J. E. Reekie.  Coo's Golden Drop.- 1st. K.L.O. Co.  Yellow  Egg.- 1st   W. W. Grummett,  2nd J. McLaughlin.i  Pond's Seedling- lat H. Hill,     2nd,  0. T. 1). Russell.  Bradshaw- 1st L. E.    Taylor,   2nd,  K.L.O. Co.  DamBon��� 1st A. Patterson. ���  Burbank.- 1st K.L.O.  Co.  Hiversj Bluck Diamond.��� 1st    L,   J3.  Taylor, 2nd T. Barber.  Imperial Gage.��� 1st  I.. E. Taylor.  Green Gage.��� 1st IL C. Seddon.  Maynard.��� 1st H. Hill,  Columbia.-;- 1st ... E. Taylor.  Grand Duke.��� lat K.L.O. Co.,    2nd,  F. R. E. DeHnrt.  Any other variety.��� 1st Mrs.    W. A.  Lang.  Collectiob of three varieties, individual  twelve of each.��� lat K.L.O. Co.,2nd  H. Hill.  Sugar Prunes.��� 1st L. E. Taylor. 2nd  H. Hill.  Italian Prunes.- 1st H. Hill, Snd, A.  S. Mills.  Any other    variety.��� 1st.    Geo.    E.  Thompson.  NECTARINES  Boston.��� 1st Mrs. W. A. Lang.  Any other variety.���   lat Mrs. W. D.  Harvey. t  PEACHES  Early Crawford..���lat.  .1.  McLaughlin,  2nd, Mra. W. A. Lang.  Elbcrta.- 1st Mra. W. A. Lang,   2nd,  is. R. E. Taylor.  Yellow St. John. ���1st, .1. MoLaughlin  2nd, Mrs. W. A. Lang.  Fitzgerald.��� lat    John    McLaughlin,  2nd, Mrs. W. A. Lang.  GRAPES  Concord.-lst H. C.- Seddon. And,   If.  R. E. DeHart.  Moore's Early,���1st Mrs. J.   E.   Reekie, 2nd, If'. R. E. DeHart.  Delaware.��� 1st Mrs. W. A. Lang.   <  Lindley.- 1st F. R. E. DoHa*.  King.- 1st, F. R. E. DeHart.  Stark's Star.- 1st T. R. E. DeHart.  Banner.��� 1st J. E. Reekie.  Niagara.- 1st Mrs. W. A. Lang, 2nd  J. E. Reekie.  Diamond.- 1st Mra. W. A. Lang,  2nd  J. Leithead.  Blaok Hamburg.-   1st. F. R.- E. Do-  Hart.  Campbell's Early.��� 1st J. li. Reekie.  2nd F. R. K. DeHart.  Any other variety, 2nd  Mra. W.    A.  Lang.  Sweetwater.��� 1st Mrs. W. A.    Lang,  2nd. F. R. E. DeHart.  QUINCES  Any variety��� 1st   W. W. Grummett,  Snd, Mrs W. D. Harvey.  COMMERCIAL   EXHIBIT 01#*ACK.  ED APPLES AND PEAR*'  Wealthy.���1st B. C. Growers Lt*. Snd  L. E. Taylor.  Molntosh.- 1st   B. 0. Grower*' Ltd.,  2nd, G. K. Salvage.  Jonathan.- lat S. Gray. 2nd   L. E.  Taylor.  Northern Spy.��� 1st Geo. E. Thompson  Crimea Golden.��� lat Mra. W. X. Lang,  Snd, Geo. Patterson.  Yellow Newtown Pippin.��� lot    B.   C.  Growers, Ltd., Snd, L. E. Taylor.  Cox's    Orange   Pippin. ��� \jst   B. 0.  Growers Ltd.. Snd L. E. Taylor.  Delicious.��� let B. C. Growers Ltd.  PEARS  Flemish Beauty.���    1st L. E. Taylor,  Snd, B. C. Growers Ltd.  Beurre d'Anjou.��� lat L. E. Tajlor.  Winter Nellis.-'.lat L. E. Taylor.  Division 8.���FLORAL  (For Amateurs Only)  Judges: Mesara, Palmer & Rogeraon.  Begonias, single or double.��� 1st Mrs.  D. Lloyd Jones.  Collection Sweet Peas.��� 1st,    W.   M.  Anderson, Snd, Dr. Knox.  Collection Stocka.��� lat Dr. Knox, 2nd  Geo. Wolstanoroft. .       ,  Collection     Panaiea. ��� lat     Mrs.   T.  Weeks, 2nd. Mra. R. F. Morrison.  Collection Zinnias.���lat Geo. Wolsten-  croft. 2nd, C. E. Weeks.  (Continued on   Page   Nine.)  Watch this space next week  Its all about  FURNITURE  Dalgleish & Harding THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918.  KELOWNA KECOBB  STORE NEWS  Better Merchandise for Less Money  AT THE CASH STORE  NEW Fall Goods are arriving daily. It PAYS to buy for Cash. You don't  have other fellows' bills to pay. We are most enthusiastic over our  Cash System and we have a right to be. It speaks well for Kelowna and district,  everybody paying cash for their merchandise even when money is tight elsewhere  Boots and Shoes  for the W+iole Family at prices that save you money.   Our  stock  Never Was So Large   Before.  WALK-OVER Shoes for men and women.   Let your next  pair be WALK-OVER SHOES  Smart Overcoats  Overcoats in smart olfects, such ,ub fine Melton antl  Cheviots. Whitneya and Chinchillas in the new Bides,  Brown, Green and London snuff Brown. Pricea  from   *12.50 to $27.(10  ' Winter Suits  We jask you to note the .great variety of auits. Suits  styled especially for every age and figure, for all kinda  of weather and for every occaaion. Hair line stripes  in all colors and compound mixtures, in mill finished worsteds are the newest favoritoa. Prices  from  :  $15.00 to 136.00  A great array of Fall Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys  THE TRIPLEX SWEATER.  Medium weight reversible I collar which-can be turned inside making a "V" neck. Knitted from Baldwin solid  worsted yarn in plain colors. Prioea   $3.75 to $0.50  EUREKA BRAND  Underwear for men ,31.50 per garment. This line is well  mado for hard servioe. AH pure wool. Double breasted  heavy winter weight. Sizes 34 to 42, Per Garment ...81.50  SWEATER COATS.  Knit in fancy stitch, from pure worsted yarn,, high military collar, alao "V" neok, two pockets, ribbed cuff, colors, Myrtlo and Maroon, Oxford and Grey, Tan, and  Brown, Navy and Cardinal, alao plain Blue, Khaki, Fawn,  Grey and TonJ Prices   $2.80 to $6.00  BOYS' IMPORTED WOOL .IERSEYS.  Made from pure wool yarn. Medium weight, oloesiy knit,  in plain and fanoy colors. Prices   $1.00 to. $2.36  Special Values in Children's Knitted Garments, Blankets and Hosiery  BABY'S WOOLY TOOTSIES.  Mado from    purest oream    wool, fleeoy    inside and    top  nrettilv    trimmed    with    ribbon and Ruoho.  Hpeoial per  1   . ... ���  76o.  pair   INFANT'S WOOLY JACKETS.  V1YELLA BOOTEES.  Knitted in nice fine istitch with high top. These are exceptionally good value. Those little garments are verv  pair   ��� ' ���, 45e,  FLANELLETE BLANKETS.  Good largo double bed size in White and Grey.     Mado in  nice soft yarn, very warm and oosy. Special per pair $1.50  This lino inoludoa aome aplundih values. Some, with collars  ��� Some in "V" neck style.  These  little garmonts are very  warm and confortable, just the thing for the chilly mornings. Prices from 76o, to   $1.66   .  SPECIAL VAXUES IN FI.ANELLETTE.  Thia is an exceptionally food line. Comos in Whits     and  Pink, .11 inches wide. Special 17 yards for   $1.00  CHILDREN'S SWEATER C0AT8.  We are allowing an exceptionally good value in     Buster  Brown and "V" neck sweaters in colors ot Grey, Cardinal  White, Navy. Sises 1 to 6 years. Special each   $1.25  LADIES' SATEEN SUNBURNT PLEATEN UNDERSKIRTS.  These skirts aro the very latest design. Aro very suitable  for present narrow skirts. Made in a good quality of lateen in colors, of navy. Black, Brown and Koyal. Speoial   $1.60  CHILDREN'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE. ,  In colors of Black, Tan, Cream. Sites 4j to 6J. Speoial  per pair  26o.  each  BOYS WORSTED HOSE. .  A good line of strong hose, all wool, seamless, or splioed  heels and toes, sizes 6 to 10. A igood stocking at a reasonable price, three pair for   $1.00  LADIES BLACK CASHMERE HOSE..  In soft yarn of Llama finish. Black only. Sizes 84 to   10  .Special, per pair  40o.  We are showing some pretty new models in Ladies' Hatsand to-day have received a further shipment of Ladies' White Felt and also some stylish knockabout Tweed  Hats.   These goods are very moderately priced and should prove an attraction to those thinking of securing a fall hat at a low figure  Richmond's Cash Store  The Home of the Economical Buyer - - - - KELOWNA, B.C.  mm KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913.     '   )  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, ihree-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delicious  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden,  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  B..r'.!c.t  DA  njou  Boussock  DuCo  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our   Stock   haa   Won   lis   Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  ]. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Eitimatei Furnished on all kinda of building!.       Reiidencea and Modern  Bungalow* a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  1 have a (ull line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and  decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  WE THANK YOU  For Your Past Patronage  And in order to demonstrate in a more PRACTICAL manner  than in MERE WORDS, also to induce you to continue your  esteemed favors, we have arranged to GIVE to some ONE of our  customers a PRESENT consisting of  THE  BEAUTIFUL UPTON GRAND  PIANO  we have now on exhibition. The value of this instrumens is $400X0  and is GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER for a period of TEN  YEARS.  We cordially invite you to call at our store, INSPECT and  TRY this beautiful instrument. YOU have as good a chnnee of  obtaining this VALUABLE GIFT as ANYONE' Come to our store  and lett ut explain our method of  GIVING AWAY THIS PIANO  We also desire to call your attention to the many splendid  values which we are now offering in every department.  M0RRIS0N-TH0MPS0N  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Mr. and Mrs. R.  S.  Hall went Saturday morning on a visit to the'coast  �����  ���   ���   ���  Dr. tJaddua is on a visit thu week  to the Columbia Valley, near Golden.  ���    *    ft-   4  Mrs. Johnson of the (lovermnent  telegraph office left for a week's stay  at' Halcyon on  Tuesday morning.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Mr.. J. S. McDonald, government i\v  apector, who was a visitor in town  last wtwk left Sunday morning. Ilia  wife left for Knmloaps Tuesday.  ��� *   #   ���  Messrs. 1). Chapman and F. B.  Hume left Tuesday morning for Edge-  water, ii. G.  Mrs. F. E. Purdy is spending a, few  weeks with her parents at I'miokn. Alberta.  The firat meeting of lhe Political  Kquality League session will be held  on the third Thursday evening in October.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Miss Frances Pearson and Miss 1-ireli  left Sunday morning,for the coast and  are s|>ending a holiday gat Vancouver  and Victoria.  ��� ��  ���   ��  A public masquerade ball is to ho  held in the opera house next Wednesday, October 1st. Proceeds ai* to be  given to the hospital.  ��� ��   *   *  Don't forget to ask for your votes  in the piano contest, when yen! purchase at Morrison-Thompson Hardware  Co.  ��� ���   ���   ��  Tho pastor's topics in tho Methodist  churoh nn Sabbath wil] be; ait 11 a.m.  "Hud, but not worse limn other*,"  and at 7.30 p.m.  "James the rj'aut. '  An auction sale of the effects of Mr.  A. II. I ten wick J is lu be held next  Wednesday at the house, west of the  new school. Mr. Stockwell is the auctioneer.  ��� *   #   ���  The Womens' Auxiliary of the Church  of Kngland have rented the Sons of  Kngluud Lodge room, in Dr. Kellars  block for Friday afternoons, for tha  sewing meolings. A largo attendance"  of members is looked for.  ���   ���   i   ���  The Rev. D. J.'Welsh and family  who have bean spending ihe pust few  weeks at the coast arrived back today. Mr. Welsh wilil occupy the Baptist  pulpil   at both services  Sunday.  ��� ���   *   ��  Mr. I.ronton, an architect from Cul-  (Jary has purchased at) acres in the  Cloverdale subdivision, at Ellison. Tho  sale was .iffected through Mr. A, i'lo-  wer, with whom he hns hem st/eiying  for   a few days.  ft   a   ���   ���  The government rooU-orufriilng plmit  was loaded onto a scow last Saturday  night and taken later to Piratioton,  where it is to be set ��o work again  in'that district. Mr. (i?0. Munford'and  somo of his men accompanied tha out*  fit. Tlie steam roller i�� ,10 follow next  week.  ��� ���   *   ���  An extraordinary general meeting  of the Kelowna Musical aud lhamttiia  Society will bo held nn Tuesday evening, September 30, at 8 o'clock, to  receive the report of the ipeciaL finance committee and to discuiH business for the coming season. Ail members or intending members are eanwst-  ly requested to attend.  ��   ���   ���   tn  A verv'birgi, nttemlur.ee was prustont  at the Kpworth Leugiro service in the  Methodist church on 'Monday evening.  A very interesting and profitable -discussion took pktee on the "Sanitation  of the city." Mayor .tones took a  prominent part and answered man*.'  questions. A solo hy Miss Barrett wajs  mueh appreciated.  ��� ���    ���   ���  At the midweek service of the Methodist church hist wtsek the picturu  mow war thoroughly discussed. The  Concensus of opinion **.med to be that  whilo in some -towns and centres pictures were presented that tended to  lower the morals of tho observers that  in Kelowna the management was in  ihe handB of one perfvetly rol' ��ble who  aimed to educate and give 1 Healthful  entertainment. Unknown to me my who  took part in the discusBion. the manager was there and toward the oloss  spoke a few words inviting th e entire  company lo attend as hia gui ��ts the  show that evening or any oth< * evening and judge for themselvui.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Why suffer from eye atrafln an id,headaches when a pair of Kn-owlesf properly tested and fitted gli ipses would  bring you relief from sua. . tori feira.  Mr. A. W. Lea, route inspector ofthe  Dominion  Express Co., was in     town  last week" end on business,  ��   ��   ��   ���  Mr. J. W. Jones relurmd from Naramata last Friday having paid a visit  in connection with the proposed motor  road. *  # l   *   ���  MrB. Kkvood L. Cross will receive  on Saturday September '21th and af-  lerwards    on  (he   1st   Friday of    the  nonth.  ft   ��   *   s  Next Sunday tlie Harvest Festival  lervices will be preached in the "English church by the Rev. H. A. Solly,  >f Summerland. ttev. Solly will offi-  ���iute at both morning nnd evoning services and will address a mon'a meeting at .....0 p. m. On aooount  >f theae services there will be no services at   Rutland.  ��� ���  ���  ���  Nest^Sunday is "Kully Day" in connection with the Presbyterian church  Sabbath school, aud Bible classes.  Special services at 11, a.m., 2.1)0 p.m.  and 7.HU p.m. 'The Itev. C. Campbell  Drown, a missionary from China Willi  preach morning and evening. Kvening  service especially for young people.  ��   ���   *   ��  One of the visitors to the Kelowna  fair was Mr..A, H. Ball, M.A., L.L.B.  Deputy Minister of Kducat'ion for the  province of Saskatchewan, lie was  much impressed! with the splendid display of fruit and vegetables and anticipates a great future for the district.  Ho will visit the coast cities Jbefore returning to Itegina.  tt  ���' ���   a  Sunday next has been fixed for Harvest Festival at the Baptist church,  and a special, program of music is being arrgnged suilubU- for the occasion  including an anthem by Sir Ceo El-  vey. "The Eyes of all wait on 'Thee/'  and a grand triumphal chorus adapted  from "Marche ttomaine" "Praise Ye  lhe Father." Solos will be rendered by  Mrs. F. A. IMion, Miss May Duggau  and Miss I.on:. Patterson. The church  will be decorated and the K*)v. D. J.  Welsh will preach both morning and  evaniog.  BETUBN OF THE VEHSAT1LES  K. Stuart \Ybyte's all-star English  Musical Comedy Company* '"Tha Versatile*," will be tbe attraction at the  Kelowna Opera House on Friday and  Saturdayf October 3rd and 4th, presenting their latest and most successful musical comeditts, "Up the liiv.r"  and "The CanadiaO K sprees."  The opening hill, "lip the Uivtr" is  a London importation, and tells u  very amusing Hlory of a party ot  pleasure sVekers who go up lhe |river  for a week end as guests on a houseboat. The seenrs are all laid aboard  this craft, and the unlimited possibilities that suoh a situation would afford  the comedians of the company oan be  well imagined.  The other piece, "The Canadian Express," ean also boast of a new and  novel setting, as its action takes place  aboard a tourist car. Tbe piece is a  musical adaption from the same source  as tho big New York Comedy hit "Recuse Me."  Tho "Voraatilea" made a decidedly  favorable impression on the occasion  of thoir last visit here, and they are  sure ot crowded houses on their return.  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawaton Ave.       P.O. Box 541  j. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue       ��� -       Kelowne, B.C,  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town,  ��ke and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't min the opportunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable  property.  If you with b cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and we will  thow you our aub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ��.  juat four blocks from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.    Tarma ��������>���,  monthly payments if ao desired.  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 aupply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply aU  your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aad coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality  and In  splendid  coaditioa.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  HBBH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913.  KELOWNA RECORD  SMOKE  UP ! I  Lovers of the fragrant  weed will be pleased to  learn that we have put in  an up-to-date department  of their requirements, in  cigars our leader will be  the  BIG BEAR  which has been manufactured especially for us and  is a good cigar from one  end to the other. It is  excellent value at the regular price of 2 for 25c.'  but every Saturday we  will Special it at  .3 for 25 c, or  $4 per box of 50  FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST.  (Continued from Page Six.)  P. B. Willits ft Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  Collection Dianthus.���l��t duo. YVolsten-  croft.  Collection    Phlox    Drummondi.���   1st  Qeo. Wolsteuoroft. 2nd C. E. Weeks.  Collection Marigolds��� 1st,  Geo; Wol-  stencroft.  Collection Verbenas.��� 1st Geo.    Wol-  stencroft.  Collection    Annuals. ��� 1st  Mrs.     T.  Weeks. 2nd. Mrs. ft, P. Morrison.  Six Roses.���    1st Qeo,    Wqlttonoroft,  2nd. Dr. Knox. ,  Bouquet of flowers.��� 1st W. C. Bltaok-  wood, 2nd. Mrs. R. F. Morrison.  Collection     of   Dahlia*.- 2nd W.  C.  Blackwood.  Collection of gladioli.��� Ist Geo. Wol-  Btoncroft, 2nd Mrs. II.  I1'. Morrison.  Collection  of Asters.���  Ist   Cen.  Wolsteuoroft, 2nd Dr.  Knox.  Collection of Nasturtiums.��� 1st    Mrs,  E. M. Howetson, 2nd, Miss Gay.  Carnations, pink.��� Ist Geo. Wolsten-  toM, 2nd W. 0, BInokwood.  (Professionals Only)  Carnations, Rod.���  Ist Hen.    ffotatsn-1  croft. 2nd, W. G. Blackwood,  ('amotions. White.-   1st Gen. Wolslen-  croft. 2nd. W. V. Illnokwood,  Roses, White.-' 1st. F. It. E, Dellurt.  Roses, Red.-lst P, l(. I'. Dellurt.  Roses, Pink.- 1st K. K. 15. DoHart.  Professionals Only.  Group Greenhouse Plants,��� 1st T. W.  Stirling.  Collection Begonias.- 1st T. W. Stirling.  Collection Roses.- 1st T. W. Stirling,  2nd, F. R. E. DeHart.  Display Chrysanthemums.��� Ist T. W.  Stirling.  Gentleman's buttonhole..'.��� Ist T. W.  Stirling.  Division 9.-FANCY WORK  Judges.���Mrs. W. I.. Hayes and Mra.  LACE  Crochet.��� 1st -Miss Cooper> Snd tfiis  ill DiiffeU.  Point or -Ioniton.���- In. Mish M. Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. -Ins. .larvey Sr.  Irish < -roohet.���1st Miss M. Harvey.  2nd,  Miss il. Duffelt.  Knitted LaQfi.- lsl  Mjhs I.. M. Harvey.  Tatting.���Ut  Miss  I..  M.  rtarvny.  Netting.���1st Miss I.. M. Harvey, 2nd  Mrs. H. Newby.  RMBROIDKRY  Cross Stitch  Kmbroidory.��� 1st     Miss  A. Knijfht.  Embroidery Eyelet, Tea or Tray ('loth  ���1st Miss Storey, 2nd  Kmbroidered Towels.���  Isrt MrB. J. S.  MoKenzie, 2nd Wim A. Knight.  Embroidery   Linen   Sofa   Cushion.���1st  Mm.    (ieo. I.owclifFe, 2nd Mrs.     G.  Stanley.  Embroidery  Hardanger.���1st Miss    M.  Cooper, 2nd Mrs. R. J, Lund.  Embroidery Centre. Piece in white.���1st  Mrs. 1). Lloyd .Jones, 2nd Miss Storey.  Embroidery Centre    I'iire in  oolors.���  1st Mrs. Geo. RowoHffo, 2nd, Mra. R.  I<\ Morrison,  Embroidery Tea or Tray Cloth.���   1st  Mrs. Geo. Rowcliffe, 2nd Mrs. B. M.  Hewetson. .  Embroidered Shirt Waist (any kind)���  Ist Miss.  L;    M. Harvey, 2nd    Mis*  Storey.  Kmbroidory Tea Cosy (in white).��� 1st  Miss Storey.  Embroidoryv Tea Cosy ("in colors),���lnt  Mrs.  Qeo, Rowcliffe.  Embroidered Initials or Monogram on  linon.��� 1st Mrs. J, S. McKenzie, 2nd  Mrs.  W.  Crawford.  DRAWN WORK  Drawn Tea Cloth.���1st Miss A. Knight,  2nd Mrs. W. D. Harvey.  Drawn Tray or Sidwlioard Cloth.���1st  Mrs. W. I). Harvey, 2nd. Mrs. A. Wilson.      ���  Drawn Pillow Shams.��� 1st Mrs. W.  D. Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. Geo,  Rowcliffe.  Hemstitching (ihtee pieces).��� 1st Mrs.  J. S. McKenzie, 2nd. Mrs. W. D. Har  vey.  Division 10 -CROCHET AND  KNITTING  Infant's Jacket, erooheted or knitted���  1st MisB M. Cooper.  Infant's Hood, uroohetod or knitted.���  1st Miss L. M,  Harvey.  Shawl or Scarf, crocheted or knitted.���  Special   prize,     MitM   t\.   Knight,   1st  Mrs. Jas. Harvey Sr.  Set  Crocheted   Dinner  Mais,���1st  MisB  L. M. Harvey,-2nd, Mra. S. Cray.  Crocheted  Doilies  (not   less  than 3).���  1st   Miss L. M.    Harvey, 2nd, Mrs.  .las. Harvey Sr.  Knitted Sox, in wool.��� 1st Mrs.     A.  Wilson, 2nd, Miss Eva,Watson.  Knitted Mits. In'wool!-      1st  Miss L.  M. Harvey, 2nd,     Mir.  w. .)', Craig.  Bedroom SHppors. knitted or droobet,  ���1st Mrs. Jas. Harvey Sr., 2nd Miss  L, M.  Harvey.  SEWING, DARNING,  ETC  Button  Holes  on  linen,  (best, six)   .���  1st  Mrs.    W.    Duggan,    2nd,      Miss  ('oopor.  Apron/ hand  made.��� Ist   Mis.* L. M  .  Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. W. Duggan.  Darning Pair Stockings.��� 1st Mrs. W,  Duggan.  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  RETURN OF THE FAVORITES  F. Stuart-Whyte's English Musical Comedy  Company  The  "VERSATILES"  Friday, Oct 3rd:  " UP THE RIVER "  Saturday. Oct. 4th:  "THE CANADIAN EXPESS"  Complete scenic productions and beautiful costumes  Prices:   $1.50, $1 and 75c.  Seats on se!e at Cfawfonl's Book Stori  Mai.    hand    made.��� 1st Mine L. TA.  Harvey, 2nd, Mrs. W..1^. Blaokwood,  lies!  Bed Spread, (Any kind).���     Ut  Misa E, Dykeii, 2nd Misa .Storey.  COLLECTIONS  Huht collection of Embroidery   work.���  lat Mra. Geo. RowcliiTi', 2nd     Mra.  VV. T. Campbell.  Beat collection    of f.aco work.���    lit  Misa L. M. Harvey, 2nd, Mra. .1. 8.  rUt'Kenzie. ,  Division 11.���Work Done by Children under 16 years of age  Kaney 'Apron.��� lat     Phyllis   Teagut,  2nd, Nettie Harvey,  Button Holes on linen (six).��� 1st Mits  Grummet!, 2nd Nettie Harvey.  Tray Cloth (embroidery).��� 1st Evelyn  I'Teteher, 2nd Doris Tusguo,  Outline work.��� J��( Doris Teague, 2nd  Nytlie  Harvey.  Hemstitching.���    lat    l'lryllia Teagu.,  2nd Doria Tongue.  Initinls, or monogram embroidered on  Handkerchief.���  lat  Nettie    Harvey,  2nd Evelyn Fletcher  Division  12. -MISCELLANEOUS  Bust Fancy l'in Cushion.��� 1st MIbs  I, M. Harvey, 2nd Mrs, 0. A. McKay.  Beat Fancy Handkerchief ('use.��� 1st  Mias T,. M. Harvey, 2nd Mrs. E. M,  Hewetson.  Boat Fancy Hand. Bug.��� 1st Miss L.  M.    Harvey, 2nd Mrs. I'. S. Pears..  Best Novelty, (any kind).��� Jim Calder, 2nd B. Keller.  Beet Pyrogrnpliy on wood or leather,  -lat Mr. A. li. Drysdnlo, 2nd Miss  Fleming.  Stenciling.���1st Misa A. Knighl, 2nd,  Miaa E. Graham,  Baaketry.��� lat Misa I.. Campbell.  Photography: Twelve photos, including portrait, ibterior, landsoape and  moving object.��� 1st B, W. Stevens.  2nd Miaa J. Riddel I.  HAND PAINTING IN WATER COLOR  AND OILS  Water Colora, original work, fruit,  flowors or landscape.��� 1st Miss Peg-  ...gy;Harvey, 2nd Mrs. W. A. Lang,  I'riachland.  Oils; fruil, flowers or landscape.��� 1st  Misa .1. A. Dykoa, 2nd Mra. W. A.  Lang.  China Painting, beat deriiralcd vase,  plaquo or othor nrtiolr'.��� lat Misa  ���I. A. Dykes, 2nd Mra. C.A. VVhithSra  Division I3.-SCHOOLS  NaneB. of prizo winners in this class  wero not available for thia issue but  will  bo given next week.   *   The list of special'tprizo winners was  inootnplete at tho time of going to  press and we are therefore obliged to  hold those, over until noxt week.   .���:���  The first prize of I Ifi in the government apple packing contest for  pupils of laat yoarjs parking    sohool  was won by Arthur Gray for Rutland. J'oi Elliaon 'the first prize winner was <J,.o Silke; second prize ($10)  Clarence ffhlttakor; third prize (18)  Marjory  Bulman.   4   Sealed Tenders addressed lo the undersigned, and endorsed, "Tenders (or  Wharf ui Summerland, B. C." will be  rucui.cd al this office until 4.00 p.m.,  on Tuesday, October 21, 1913, Ior the  construction of a wharf at Hummer-  laud, B. C.  Plans, specifications and form of  contract can be seen and forma. of tender obtained at this Department and  at the oiiiai of F. W. Aylmer, Esq.,  Distriot Engiuoer, Chase, B.C., and on  applioation to the Postmaster at Summerland, B. C.  Persons tendering are notified that  lenders will not be considered unless  made on the prinUid forma supplied  and signed with I heir actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residsnoo. Iu the oase of  firms, ths actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of rata-  denoe of eaoh member of the firm Buat  be given.  Eaoh tender must lie accompanied by  an aooeptod cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order ol th.  Honourable the Minister of Publio  Works, equal lo ten per oent (10 p.o.)  of the amount of the tender, whioh  will be forfeited if tho person tendering deoline to outer into a contract  when called upon to'do ao, or (all to  complete tbe work contracted for. If  the tender bo not accepted Ihe chacpie  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itaelf  to aoospt the lowest or nny tender.  By Order.  11. C DESROCHEBS.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, September 16, Kit.  Newspapers will not be paid for thia  advertisement ,| they insert it without  authority from tha Department, W-ifi  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  Notice to Growers  ' I 'HE Western Canners, Limited, are in a  position to handle all the ripe tomatoes  in Kelowna���and then some.    All growers  who have not contracts are at liberty to haul.  Western Canners, Ltd.  LEOPOLD HAYES,  Secretary.  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 297 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co,]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop: ntt/M A   or  Coates, Edwards c. Gowen Garage        K.LLO W NA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  FOR SALE  I Drawing room euite, Chippendale picture!, Solid Mahogany Book caae and  Secretary combined ; I dining room suite,  Fumed Oak; Side Board, Dining Table,  Kitchen Uteuaili, and Row Boat.  H. P. HORROCKS, Willow Avenue.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA. B.C  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And is now ready to take orders  for  mada.to-maasura garments for the Crown  Tailoring Co. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1918  ( WANTED! ]  Prepaid Kates: 2 cents per word  first isjuiertion aud 1 cent per word for  ���ask sabsefiiiont insertion. No ad., In-  aarit'd for less than 25 cents.  .ill classified advertisements must be  paid tor iu advance owing to tha oost  attending the booking and charging of  snail items.  t'arpy may bs received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PKOPEBTY FOK SALE  VliU SAI.U- 20 acres Kua Unit and  hay laad, six miles fraia Kolewua on  Vsraoa rand, alee 7-taanied Uouss  aad tire amve huileka. lata aaWilson  avemae. All at r.ry attractive fig-  axes. Inquire F. S, Castes, Lake  view hotel. 33tf.  I UK HaJatt. M ACULr. baariag  . I'hard at Kutlaad. About .011 >w  g��ed cwm&ereial vurietiej, ulso small  frusta), goad It-room koarie aud out  buaidings. Tacsms aaey. Also a uuw  bar af coleniee Iteliau bee*. Apply  T. Barber, Rutland. x  FOR SALE- Thoroughbred Holstein  Bull', at Hurriss' Huwkesdele Kanob.  Apply K. Marvin, Manager. I0tj  FURNISHED ROOMS.- with bath-  room..to runt, on Pcndo/.i Street.  Apply P. II. Box 380, 43-5.  FOR SALE-   Young pigs  itered  Berkshire first iluss breeding stock;  ul��o eggs lor hutching, Barred Kpoks  BuB' Orpingtons, r.-c. Rhudi' Inland  R*da, r.-c. Brown Leghorn*. Apply  J. Buti-iuuu, Vernon Road, Kelownn.  lam  FOR SALE- Solid rubber tired buggy  bull bearing bicycle win,..Is, nnd single set driving harness in first das  cundition. English saddle and bridle.  Apply, f. W. Wilkinson, P. 0. Box  381. 28.1.  FOR SALE��� Seven hundred feel of  new three inch woudeu pipe. Address  "M"   Kecurd  office. 49.8  FOR SALE  l''ive h.p. Siiiipson-Stricklnnil Steam  engine, suiluble for launch, also live  h.p. steum boiler complete with fittings. Also M7 inch - lis .l'lln lu-aterl  uiangls, liaml anil licit itttiictiineats.  Kusy lo linn and does excellent work  on table linen and ull flat work.  825.00. All utfichines may be seen ul  work al tin' Kelowna Steam Laundry.  iatf.  i'OK SALE- Thia is for a bargain-  hunter. -U .urea, all under cultivation, 7UU two-year-old tress, house,  good watsr, etc. Price t>"t"5 per acre.  Will take lots or eity property aa  part payment for quic1.; sale. For par  lioulars write ta Bov. "II". Kelowna  Record. -J-llf.  FOR SALE  Oas keuse on the Murty subdivision  beliiad hospital, 1-1 rooms, hot and  cold water, W.C on large corner lot.  Alse wae buugulow, S rooms, hot aud  eeld water, W.C. Also oue in Abbott  Street, 7 rooms, hot and cold wuter.  private W.C. Easy terms. Apply B.  W. Sutler.  P.O. Box IS... ntitf.  \ SXAP.��� for llie .prick buyer. Lot  on Ethel street south 83 feel hy 340  feat, first olass soil with bearing  fruit trees, large well-built shack nnd  tent. City water laid on. $15110. Apply Record  oftico. -Iltf.  FOR SALE - Pure bred Plymouth  Rock and White Leghorns. Winler  layers. Apply W. II. II. HeDougal,  Qlenmore, 18,4  ROOMS TO LET ��� With or without  hoard, l.oud Cooking. Private family. Comer Pendozi street and Sutherland avenue, near English cliurcli.  Apply Mis. Ford. Phone 5201     42-5  HOUSES ETC., FOR RIONT  HOUSE    TO     BEST - On St. Paul  street,    seven    rooms,    bath,   W.C.  electric light,  modern  iu every    res-  peot. Apply C. C. Buok. 'Phone 216.  USUI.  FOIt RUNT,��� Old telephone office,  Modern conven! vs. Apply Telephone Co., office. St.  Paul St.   Mil.  SITUATIONS WANTED  A Challenge  Owing lo the fact that there has  beon considerable talk to the effect  .that some cars in the motor car oicc  of Sept. 21th were not doing their  best the undersigned hereby challenge  nny car that wns in thut race 'O nice  on Kelowna I ruck Thursday, Oct. (!th  in company, 2t or 5 miles, for a side  bet ol M0, winner to take one-third  of gnto receipts, loser one-third, and  one-lliiiil lo be given as a prize, for  n motor cycle ruee. Acceptance ol this  challenge must be made by a certified  check deposited with the editor of the  It.'i'onl. by Wednesday, Oct. lsl. In  lha event  of  two  uccr.pt unces of     this  mileage winner of the nice to     race  icond challenger for eViti.  S. W. THAYER.  II. BI'RRANK.  WANTED��� Situation  as  help.    Apply  P. II. Box  lift. 43-4.  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO I.XC1IANCK-- 40 acres  improved land iu Kelowna district  for improved prairie property. Apply C.  Casroso,  Kelowna. 111-13  WANTID��� Second hand lino shutting.  belling  und  pulleys.  Apply.  Kelownn  Steum Laundry. -I2tf.  (IOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE- Fence posts, Fir. Apply  Cather. 'Phone BI Q2tf.  FOR SALE���Horse, single or double  driver. 0. W. Dickson. P.O. box 389,  'Phone 128. 36tf  FOR SAI.lv ��� Roll top desk, Holden  Oak finish. Cheap. (20.00. "II" Kolowna Record. 44-46  FOR SALE - Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, and second rut Clover, Delivered or in slack. Apply Central  Okanngun Lands. Co., or Qlonmore  Ranch. .11  t|.  BOARD AND ROOMS  TO LET���Ellis Street Rooms, opposite  C.P.R. semi furnished, 37.00 per  month, 42-!i  1'OR   RENT���  I'infln  lo careful tenant  Apply  Box 'J-J'J. 41-lfr  LOST Reddish Brown guiding cob,  Branded K on shoulder. Four  white loot, while forehead. $!i reward  for return to "Bunch View" Abbott  Street, Kolowna. 44  LOST ��� Blue Persian Cat. Jumped  from rig botween town and Rutland  Store. Ifi. Reward, Apply P. O. Box  Jill. 41  PRIVATE SALT. OF FURNITURE  High class furniture,  pictures, china,  ami silverware for private Hale.  Horrooki,  ���lOtf. * Willow   Ave.  PIANO TUNING. ��� Piano tuner and  regulator for Mnson & Risoh, Ltd..  Inr llie Okuiiugnn Valley is nt present in Kelowna. Parties requiting Ml  services for Inning, olc, will kindly  leave their orders with Mr. Crawford, Mason tt Risch Parlors.       43.6  I.VI.NING .CLASS-TUITION IN-  ACCOUNTING  Term commences October, Ist. For  terms nml full particulars of course,  apply box  "M" .Record.  cool) PASTURE  Good  pastnrn n     i '   M niu-t   Ranch, |  three miles from town,   S. K. I,., Co.  Apply lo 11. S. IIAI I. 121 f.  3���Best three loaves of bread, mode  from Boyal Household Flour,' 1st  prize 98 lb., sock Ogilvie's Boyal  Household flour; 2nd prize 49 lb.,  sack Ogilvie's Boyal Household  flour.   Donated by McKenzie Co.  4���Best dozen Sweet Buns. 1st prize  98 lb., sack Ogilvie's Boyal Household flour; Snd prize, 49 lb., snok  Ogilvlea Boyal Household flour. Donated by MoKenzie Co.  6���Best 3 apple pies made from Quaker flour. Pies to become tb* property oi the McKenzie Co. 1st prize  98 lb., eack Quaker flour; 2nd prise  49 lb., sack Quaker flour. Donated  by McKenzie Co.  .^^v^a^^w*.  The above is an extra -t from the special prize list  HARNESS FOR SA1.F  One  second     hand   heavy  team  harness.   One  second   hand   single     horse  work harness.  Thomlinson,  llllf. Harness Mnkcr.  Auction Sale  At residence of A. H. RENWICK  First house west of new ichool  Wednesday, Oct.   1  At 2 p.m.  i ..^It-Class new outfit from tlie const  J. C. STOCKWELL    -    Auctioneer  Ruyal Household Flour  49-lb. sacks    -    $1.90  Quaker Flour  49-lb. sacks    -    $1.90  Remember our motto :   "QUALITY  AND SERVICE"  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Men's Boots & Shoes  We are making a real hit with  our Famous "K" Boots. We have  these in Men's in all llie newest  and latest lasts. Our new stock  displayed in our windows, surely  make considering people look.  No articles of dress causp you so much trouble  as your shoes and hose. Onlt) by testing, testing,  testing, haoe roe found lines of shoes and hose that  toill stand the hard icear they must be gioen, and  yet last and loot: well. On these lines of shoes and  tfose roe haoe the exclusice agency for this city. Buy  your shoes from us ; you mill get those which are  strong, stylish and comfortable.  Men's No. 6141. Tan Oalf B��l��� Single sole, roceding toe nnd low heel,  walking style at   :,6.fi0  Men's No. 6137, Block Goodyear welt  Black Calf with hoth single and double sole at     *7.tKl  Hen's 7398 Tan Brogue Oxfords are  real    lively    and    most    comfortable  ��t  *r>.so  Hen's 6147. Our 12 Inch leg. Tan  Willow Calk Blucher is the envy od  every hunter and prospector. Espec  ially adapted for field servios at 18.0(1  \  Women's Boots & Shoes  &&  We only hope lo dhow you i lie many  line.* (inrriorl in the WOMKN'S, MISSUS* and OHILDRKN'A. Showing y...i  linen as K. R3CPRRSS, CLASSIC, T.  k T. BF.rXS, KTWiSBt'RY, RMAK-  DONS und othors makes us believe  thai we can fit nnd HH.if.Fy you both  as lo quality nnd prie...  A new line just opened is �� fine  PATKNT C0I.T, QUBAN HKKL, plain  vamp with a oravenelto u ppr, liolli  in lade and button are muit Io attract  at   |fi.50 per pair  Our "K" field boot Tor Indies fill.,  n wnnt of long standing fur she who  wishes something strung nnd s:iisilile.  Prioe   Xii-50 perpuir  We handle only (lolly and Seott's  Classi. Shoes in high (Trade goods for  MiBf.es nnd Children and are showing  some real eln-wy dopn iii these lines.  High out. Anklfl height nnd pumps at,  prices to ineot  every pocket hook.  ���lust placed in Blojl. a most complete line of soft sole goods and moc-  oaulnB for the Tot just learning to  walk at from 50c. to   85c.  Our main endeavor ie to buy leafher  goode (hat wu aan stake our reputation to, and handle exclusively  Tht FAMOUS HARTT SHOE for young  men who cure. The toee, laats, heele,  etc., are the Inst word in fine footwear. New laats this season aro the  "KNOCKER1*; "BK.N01/," "DINKY"  "HENLEY" and ".lOHN.nur.L" with  the more ooniervattve Knglish luts  with receding toes and lower keek  In heavy  mention  footwear    we need    only  LECKIE  The QUALITY and COMPORT from  these lines arc always satisfying. Every line nf these goods bears the mark  of careful making in W1GBY CALK,  Oil. TANS, BLUE CHROME, made in  WELTS and McKAYS ut from *3.75  to     $10.00  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  -*���


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