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 VOL. VI.   NO. 34.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBhijTHURSDAY, JULY 16. 1914  Good Price is Realized  for Issue of City Bonds  Council Will Investigate Damage to Shade Trees  Interesting Result of  Premier Roblin's Majority is  Reduced to Four  There was very little luminous i to-  transact ut lust Friday's mooting of  Iho council, which was attended by thc  Mayor, and Aldormon Copelan'1, Itat  tonbury, Duggan, Sutherland ond Tny-  lor.  Tenders woro  Ah a result of the Manitoba provincial oloction Inst Friday,    the   Roblin  government is roturned to power, but  j wills a greatly reduced majority. Con-  considered for  iw.nl , ������*.��������' ha\e ben elected to twenty-  issues of debentures under bylaws 168, W,��� ,of the ,ort>-��ix "��"t9 in     whiuh  WO and 160, amounting in all to 817,- ��*ti<Hli wero hold, leaving the liberals  6(10.    Applications for the bunds woie .  recuived from sovin different firms aud  twonty-ono.  Three    deferred    elections, T.o    Pas.  various prices wore offered.    The l���(1h .('hurchil-Nelson    aid    finand   Rapids,  est wao from a   local firm, tin Oknn- mmPMe  the    forty-nine seats  ngan Loan and Investment Co.,   who,���    CBn,P'!8" U,��   niW   '��si��l��turo.  quoted 817.160 and accrued     'utmist. I   ,lon' Hu**h Armstrong, finance min  This works out at (18. Tho bonds bear ,l8tor waB de'mM ol,d Um- Dr' M<m  six per cent interest,, ��13,000 of them , *"��<"> ��<>'y w"n by a bare four      na-  being for a period of fifteen years antl .?  the balance for ten years. The h*��     wus     tho kcem**<    evm'  Ue Loan Company's offer was     ac-!known in the &*&*>   especially  coptod. ���  Miss W. X, Muifilt, secretary of  the Union Sunday School picnic committee of Penticton wrote asking f )r  permission to Ufa the city park for  their annual picnic, July 10th. Tho  clerk was instructed to ropiy Uu*t *ii��  park would lie placed nt their i1 a  posal.  A letter was also road from tho Penticton Aquatic Association asking that  the council decluro a half holiday on  Tuesday August 18th instead of Thursday tho 20th as tho Irrigation Convention had necessitated tho holding of  their annual regatta on Tuesday who  I8lh. The olerk was instructed to reply that tho matter would he submitted to tho Retail Merchants* Association.  Mayor Jones report J that his attention had neon drawn to somo trees  growing of Hichter street near Bernard avenue, tho branches and bark  of which hud been stripped off for a  distance of four feet. It wus deeid.il  lo make an investigation as to tho  Cqiiso of the di..iu.ge  Alderman Copeland advised the construction oi ft.toot bridge on tho south  side of Sutherland avenue ovor Mill  A reek.    An estimate had been     made  Orangemen Observe  attsaMaf  SiMPm  Rain Interferes With Program  of Picnic    '  | Tennis Tournament  Catftest in Progress for Valley  Championships  Ends League Games  Armstrong Will Now Hold  Lawson Cup Permanently  Tho fourth annual tournament of the '   After one of tbe hardest games ever  Tho local Orange Lodge, who simultaneously with their brethren all over  tho    world    colebratod    Monday,    the ,��l<ine? F'ar" in Kelowna this week on out in  an    overtime game yesterdiy  324th anniversary of tho Battle of the.the tttoma�� ��' ������� Kelowna club. The by j, score of   6 to 4,  Bojuo, wore unfortunate in the weath- tournament    commenced   on Monday,;   Tho game was one of the best  er which prevailed.    A "monster pic-  but  tbo ,ir"t da-v and "��me ot     the M0? ���" Armstrong and at the  had beon arranged and an elab-  MOnnJ w"�� nvirred by a heavy    rain- ol    the usual   hour's   play the  orate program of Bports anil amuw-  '"'"���     As a reaM non0 "' the Bvents 8tood 4 to i-  ments drawn up, but alaal all     this  nav0 a* v"' ri'aonetl tho finals, though     In the first qi/arter the clubs  had to be abandoned, owing to     :ho sol"�� Bro l<> De dc0'dea' this afternoon, ed very fast and although each  ever  close  score  pray  olub  whioh  hoavy rain.    Notwithstanding    tho in-   '&e "Wilier greatly improved yester-  took several    shots at tho opposition  clcmoncy    of    Iho   weather,    however ��'"-v ttMt' today,   aiul tho tournament goal no scores were recorded.    Many-  some 300 pio-le gathered under cover Prom'8C8 trl bo one of tho most     sue- brilliant runs und combinations    weru  of tho grandstand to hoar the usual  C888,ul evM helu- broken up and many pretty pieces   of  specchmakinj. *     '   ^'p ,0 tno P���8���1 '" the ladies' sin- stick    handling    indulged in by both  Mr.  H.   H.     Millie,    the  Worshipful K1?8  M���' S*on and M'88   Seo"    an'' side8-  Master of tho local  lodge took     tho  M:"8 Simpson and Mrs. May are   op-     The second quarter netted the home  chair, and    th3 gathoring was     also posed in lhe semi-finals. club three goals whilo the visitors  PniiaeDt DioifUK  Uctwcs h Iitovn  David S. M. linger Expounds  Phaser of Hia Philosophy  Mr. David S. M. Ungsr, of Chicago,  'a national lecturer ior the Thoosophi-  Okanagnn l.awn Tennis Association is soon in Armstrong the home olub Won cal Society and a popular exponent of  the philosophy known as "Theosophy"  lectured in Kelowna Tuesday and Wednesday evening in Rsymer's small hall.  The first lecture waa announced for  Monday evening but had to be postponed.  Mr.  I'nger's    subject Tuesday night.  -wo* "Tbe Hidden side of Religions.''  Religions were    intended to quioken  human evolution, he told his audience.  He    declared that    Christianity,' ihe  other great religions, has secrets     to  reveal to those     who qualify  themselves, and while the religious  teachings are so simple that a "way-faring  man,   though   a fool,   may not   err  both seats in central Wimtnipeg,' ani  addressed by His��Wo"ship, tho Mayor,     I,n the mm'' 9inBlcs  tho champion-  cured ono, leaving the score at     half I Uierein," an occult side is intelleotual-  both in ?outh Winnipeg.     In     North Mr- L- V. Rogers, tho Rev. .1. C. Swit-  shiP    now    rejts    between Mr. R. ,I.  time !l to 1 in favor of the home olub.  ly a necessity,  Winnipeg tho Conservatives won both  'er, Mr. G. Schofield, of Rutland and  Ston6 a,,d Mr- f" E/ Heon' )'���>     and     Tho ,hird quarter Was indeed^  very  'soats. formerly Past County Cirand Master of the "*' match P'omifes to be     one fast one and the    locals by brilliant  |   Sir Rodmbnd Ho'ilin attributes   his the order at Vanoouver, and the Rov- ol una8Ual interest. ^combination play secured    two goals,  reduced    majority  to    the    education  "��� ���'- Welsh. '   Me88rs    ���Sol"'ltc a"d    fortune, and while    holding the    home boy. down  question and    the dafcotion of a con ''   Hur'n/ thi progress of the   meoting Messrs. Stoni and Seon have disposed without ��� score and the quarter ended  sidorable Orange   into.    Tho   liberals 'h.- different phases of the Orangemen's of a" ��P!-��"���<8 8�� 'ar in the   mon's 3 all.  claim that th' result was the    publin activities    wore handloil in a  forcible  protest against mach'no politics. manner by tho various "speakers,    par-  I' Th^ now Manito' a Houho will havo ticulnr rcferunco beinj made to tho  4!) seats as against 42 in tho last leg dangerous and critical situation in  islaturc. Tho standing -followin; thi which Ireland finds horsolf at the preelection of 11)10 wBs, Conserve Ii��� sent diy owing to the Homo Rule bill.  23, l,ibcr.i'a 13, but the go.ernmont CONDEMN BI-MNGUAt POSTCARDS  stienzth was    inrroased by tho addi  |  doubles, and will moot for the    final I   As soon as the whistlo blew for Ihe  struggle. ,     last quarter it    was apparent     that  The ladies' doubles are still in   the both sides were out to win and  first runnels and tho   mixed doubles though both sides worked hard  are also in the early stages. fast the game came to a close  Several handicap matches are    also the score 4 all.  being played, and the tournament will i   It appears that the league rules  'Religions have been given to the  world," said Mr. Vnger, "by mon  wiser than the masses, and were intended to quicken human evolution.  "To do this effectively every individual must bs influenced from the barbarous    state to the    most evolved.  Therefore religions have been provided  ai- so as to leave none outside its elevat-  and ing influence, and on the other haul  lis  wilh 'it contains truths that tbe ignorant  [cannot understand,  "This is the explanation in the tiina  Oi  tion of Dr. Oro'i, elected by acclamation for the new constituency of T,-i  Pas. 'I h -ro have be;n soven by-elections since 1910, government candidates in each case being victorious  Four of these by-elections woro by acclamation.  A strong protest ugainit the     new the week  prpbatly bo continued until the end of the game call for 15 minutes each way of Jesus that ths multitudes     heard  ,1  Emigration From Canada  postoards which have lately been  sued by tho post office department in in tlio pavilion.  Kuglisb and French was mado by Mr. j  C,. Schofield, and on his proposal  ond d by Mr. Fleming, tho following  resolution was passed:  "That th:s moeting condemns tho  notion of tlio Postmaster Oonoral in  forcing upon the loyal citizens of tho  Dominion of Canada and British sub-  jtots, tho bi-lin:ual post cards, therorrV  ,to be   played    in case   of a tio, but .the esoteric teachings in parables,  Tea is being    served eaoh afternoon as the boys wero pretty well    played  ,out after the strenuous hour it was  deeded to play five minutes each way.  | During the first five minutes no  goals were scored, but during the Ihst  | five minutes the Armstrong proved  ���     ���      I .,       their ability to stay the limit     and  10 06 ImpOnOlny <**** ">�� ��nd of the period, with Petti-    I grew and Hoy bath off, Armstrong se-  oured two goals and won the    game  Big Railroad Strike is Said  For the first time in Canadian immigration history, says an Ottawa des-  by Mr. A. I,. McXaughton for a bridgo .patoh,    it is bebioved    that this  "V r   An ultimatum in tho wage duspiito 6 to 4.  forcini-tho French language ns an of>'lietwoon   fifty-five   thousand enginoors!   By     winning    this contest thc Arm  ficial    language upon them."     Copies nnd'   frrcmon of   ninety-eight western strong   club become    tbo    permanent  of the resolution wore to bo forwarded   railroads and their employees hasbcon 'ownore   of    tho Lawson    Cup, having  to Sir. Robert Borden and the     Hon.  presented to Ihe management of    tlie'won it, th-ee years in succession.  Martin Burrell. various railways.    A gigantic     strike |   There are lour other trophies, which  of    about 25 fe-l     span with cement   oi  footings, and timber trestle, the    fig- er than tho immigration into the Do  tires given being $55. minion. However, tho emigration irom  It was decided to call for tenders for tho Dominion will nol be of Cnnad-  tho construction of the bridge. 'inns, but    ot     Ruthenians, 1'olanilers.  Alderman Taylor said ho would like Bulgarians nnd wlint aro known ns  to draw tho council's attention ones ^'foreigners." During the past couple  mora to the dnnrcrous condition of of months there has boon a big omi-  tlie sidewalk loading to tho Riohter gration of this unskilled labor which  street bridge. 'ebbs and flows any way and tho im-  Aldermnn Copeland said ho had not migration officials beliovo that the next  overlooked the matter and would have few months will sec an oven bUjger  the work dono when his foreman had emigration of this class,  disposed of some mora important woi-s      No    attompt  Tho tux rato by-law was reconsider   emigration from Canada   but it is Iw-  latob,    it is behoved    that this year ,   During tho afternoon luncheon    was  which would effectivolv tie up one hun-, will remain with tho Armstrong   olub  .migration from Canada will be groat- served by tho lodge. dred and forty-eight   thousand   .miles for this season, but will bo UD     for  ���a    rl,,in     tlio    imiiiirrrofinii     antra    I ki    Un ��� '     t II..    _-.ll.     ���        ..... . .     I *  CHURCH PARADE SUNDAY  of railroads is now imminent accord- 'competition sgain next year,  i    , u     i      .,    ,,          ,    , ing to thc union offioials, unless   an  Last Sunday tho Orango I.odgo paid       . . .   ,    ., .                  "  .    n���r���,������i.i      ��� i.     i     .1.    ii    ,��� agreement is reaohed.   Ii is announced  a    ceremonial    visit     to   tho Baptist .��, ,   ..       ,,.     .  k . .         ��� .,                   .         .          . ">at the ultimatum contains a state-  church, and there was a largo turnout ���       , ,.   ,    .    .                ...  . ,1,  . ,                         _, ment that ninety per oent of the men  had voted for a strike if their demands are not acceded to. The oount  ing of strike referendum ballots     has  lo hour tho impressive sermon preached by tho Rev. 1). .1. Welsh. On tho  return of the members to the lodgo-  rooni a vote of thanks was passed to  Rev. Mr. Welsh for his sermon, which,  said the resolution, was highly appreciated by overyone present, and would  Rutland News  fFrota aw owa Cornet��adeat.l  The annjal school meeting wns neld  just beon completed and the next move on Saturday evening, and a record at-  is looked for from the railroad mail-1 tinlnnce proved that increased interest ger asserted within the heart of  but  the disciples wore taught the innermost meaning of the mystery of godliness.'  "We face the facts that the samo  religious teachings are not for a s'n-  gle civilization, as all men are nut  at the same level of evolution, and  therefore the same teaching could not  appeal to all.  "If it were made suitable for those  whose intelligence -is limited and  whore morality is elementary, it will  be unsuitable for men ot keen and  delicate perception and subtle intelligence; and on the other hand, if intelligence is given a philosophy that  will enable one to become further refined it would be meaningless to the  former class.  Hence, regarding man as a complex being, religion tends to meethii.i  at every point of his constitution,  quickening his evolution through hia  mora] and intellectual nature, ami  thus stimulating the unfoldment of his  spiritual nature." .  As water seeks its level, so Mr. On-  agomont.    It is possible that the ques-   '" being shown in this important .'en-  tion may take the form of an appeal ture in '����al and district affairs.    Af-  ed and finally adopted.  New Two-Dollar Bills  A new two-dollar Dominion ol C'un-  ndn bunk note, upon winch in ongrav-  I'd thu beadl of Th-ir Royal HlghniM-  WH, tho Duki' nnd Duohefl ol Con-  naught, and which will bo known nn  tho "ConnnighL tnuo" was placed' in  circulation thin wcok> Tho doflign,  which in nn especially Attractive one.  coimislH of a large figure 2 In tha  centre of iho face, while the Iw-u'Ih of  the Duke nnd Uuchetm of (Vmnaught  adorn oither nido. There: is a largo  figure 3 in each of tho upper oornom,  and a limilar 3 on oneh'of tho lowor  cornen. Tho wordu "Dominion of  Canada1  .liovod that it v.ill be fully as heaw an  the immigration. The immigration  j for the year will likely run about 1511.-  000 whieh will be a drop of from 65  to 70 per cent, an last year the total  wan nearly 100,000. However, while  thc total will drop more than half  the olniiH of ttottlertt who are coming  aro very flupi-rinr, bolng almottt entirely ItritiHi. and American nut Hers  wilh money who uiy buying their own  furran.  mad? to tabulate  f 80o�� ���" 'O^otto";    "***. ���"��.lo ,hc federal department of labor for Iter the meeting had been cabled  also glen to tlto cho r,  whose seloa- '      -     ������ I ���     ------  tiona mado the service still moro   at  :\.  tractive.  Wedding Bells  arbitration.    Practically all the lin-s 'order.    Mr. McMillan was elected  west of Chicago, including-,the Illinois]���"��� chair.  Central, and all linos in Canada wost  of    Fort    William,    exoept tho tlrand  Tn n'l, will bo affected.  Expedition  Eskimo Murderers  MACDONNHI.I.-WIIUI.AN  A ploasing event was witnessed ut  tho homo of Mr. (loo. Whelan on Saturday, July 11 ill when his youngost  daughter, Minnie May was tibited in  marriage to Mr. Augustus Maodonill  of Woods  Lake. Tho ceremony  ICMil.lSH    SYNDICATE    Wll.l. OK-  I    VEI.OP B. C. RADII M SPRINGS  was performed by Rev, W. Vanoe,     a  former pastor, was witnessed by    ihe  imniodiato friends and relatives ol the  family.   Tho homo was tastefully doc-  |   All    expedition is    now being fitted  orated for the occasion.   Miss Whelm,  out at Halifax under tho direction ol attended by hor littlo nioce, Lilly Hell  Inspictor    Bsvtes    of    Ihe  Northwest' �����"! Mr.  Macdonoll attended by     Mr.  are engraved in heavy black !,���������,���, poli(.Cj w||ldl win lonvu with.  Humphrey Pearson    stood beneath    a  letters across tho lowor centre of  face.  t>  ths  Si. John lluimswoiih, a brother of  Lord Norlholiffo, is in British Columbia in connection with ths operations  of n syiidionto of London Capitalists  whloh which intends developing the radium  springs near  Windermora.  Tho oompany, called the Radium  Natural Springs Syndicate, l.lmit.xl,  is capitalised at tl'JS.IIOO. It prop,n.  ns to erect a largo sanitarium and  bottling works, laying out grounds  and otherwise establishing a replica  of ono of the famous springs In En-  rope.  Somo 61S noros of land  includ  in a fow days for the far north.    Iho dainty arch    of ovorgroons     and mar  'object ol the expedition ie to   capture ,gucrltos. Tho bride Carrying a boui|uot in8 mlnonil  rights, have boon secured  |and bring to justjoo tho Eskimo rnur->' white oamations looked pretty    iu- ."niprieiriu; the Sinclair    raiKum    hot  During the past couplo of weeks Hon. dorers  of tho two explorers, Radford deod, gowned in whilo ninon trimmed aPr"1s'"-     Tto   springs,   which include  Martin Burrell, minister bT agriculture and Stroot,    who havo    been missing with shadow lace and  hus beon cmplutlng arrangementswltl over a year, and    who it is boliovod, ��!  voil with   orange blossoms.    After  of "'o canyon arc situated on theoasl  tho various provinces for tho oxpondi- hnve met donth at the hands of   iho the oonmiony, nil sat down to a sump- ,���'*> of <hn Columbia river, M   mil's  ture of tho *800,<XH) grunt towards ng- natives iu tho region at tho oxtroms '"��"s bconkfaat over which Mr.  Who-  *��uth of (!oW��n and 13 miles north nf  riculturo mado by tho government un- north of the continent.     It is expected lan presidod in a nv 'I gonial manner. |W"'dermoi'e.  dcr     tho "Aid    to Agriculture Act", thnt Inspector    Boyleo will have     to Mr. and     Mrs. Msodonnoll loft    later |   " r   Harniswnrth  it was who    first  Agreomonts havo boon signed nnd rati- spend at lonst two yoig-B in tho region '" the da.v to visit Vernon and points ,l"lul to profitable account the min-  Reports were received from the secretary, and auditor, which were 10-  ceived and adopted.  Mr. Wm. Cay was elected as auditor  for 1915.  The assessment for l'J15 brought out  a good deal of discussion and it was  felt that something ahould be done to  enforce the collection of taxes in arise���. Tho assessment was finally decided to be the-same as last year, vii:  13,000.(10.  'Ihe ehvtion 0.0 trustee for three  years, in tbe place of Mr. S. (!ray,  whoso term had expired was then proceeded with, Messrs Gray and Monford  being nominated. On the ballot being  counted the result was that Mr. Monford was elected as trustee.  The chairman asked if tho ratepayers bad any complaints against tho  actions of the trustees but as nonj  were forthcomng, the meeting was  adjourned.  The Mount View  wearing a bnd-,the ,mi,e,'��'  "���irlit�� and water pow.irs ,    ,.�� ,"0UBt  )"  kl��� I     Ah..,,  of tho canyon are situated on the east l'." .A d w,sh to  Method.nl  ohuroh  express regret at  tho omUcion  of tho following name,.  Lawn  fief now with nil the provinces.  to accomplish his tusk.  Woods    Lake.      Their    many  The provincial government has,     i���     m g   s   ok ��� urrivod ,t lho  no.iule.or.nce to tho Nqusstl o the poo- .^ w,mr, ^^ ��� o,clookj ^^  plu ol Fort   Cieorgo, reserved land In  oral springs    in Franc?    from  ,      ��� all join in heartiest wishes foi ll'Kt"r wal01'   is dcriv��1'    Tn��   olhrr  a long and most happy marriod life.  along  , friends  of those who assisted at their  Social on Juno 96th:  Mo   Miss Pitt.  Solo   Mrs. Lome Fleming  n,lioh,'''��"oforte Solo   Miss W. Jones  li.inoforte Solo Miss F.Dilworth  tho young oity for iibo ns a Iwll park  nnd recreation grounds.  Iho picnii-crs from Pentioton who   are Vornon is   to have a   publio swim-  enjoying tho    hospitality of Kelowna niing pool,      the city council having  I today at lho oily park.    Athletic and placed the matter of providing    that  o-                                other events ate being indulged in this convenience in tho hands of a   spivial  Fiflcon niilomobllcs havo boon thrown afternoon,  and a baseball game     bo- committeo with power lo act.     Work  overboard    "Trom      tho    Anchor Line tween the Penticton and Kelowna  in- on ths pool, which will bo in    I'ols in  steamship   California which   grounded termediate teams ia In progress as we Park, just south of   the   grandstand  on the rocks off Tory island, June 38.   go to press, will *e begun at once.  merchant 0f the ��syndloate are O.R,\l  Stewart, ownor of a largo part of the  holdings at Sinclair Springs 'sinoe 188rl  and for many years a resident of Bn  lish Columbia, Hon. Dudley Carlton,  and Denys Stophonson.  Miss Jennie Dillon roturned to the  oily yesterday after having spent the  past several months in Spokane, visiting relatives,  ������_���o   Mr. J. A. Ruddick, Dominion  Dairy  Commission-r,   has   just returnch from  Vernon defeated Kamloops S to 1 in attending thc sessions   of   the   Inter-  a B. C.  I. League fixture at Vernon national   Dairy Congress   at   Berne,  jesterduy.   Tbe game was a good one.    Switzerland.  is some time the ory, repealed from  time to time, of tbe human for tha  divine, showing it to be the inherent  tendency in human nature to grasp  even religious error rather than no  religion.  "Christianity is not unique    amonj  religions    in    having    a hidden    side  (Oontmued on Fags Nina)  PRAYER BOOK REVISIONS  At the meeting of the general synod  of the Anglican ohuroh in Vanoouve.-  in September aa attempt will be mad,,  to substitute the word "hades" lot  "hell" in the prayer book. The progressives alao want the prayer for  forgiveness of sins whioh follow the  absolution deleted as being illogical  at such a point in the service.  They also want tne Canadian prayer  book brought up to date with thj  American version by substituting th  word "Who" for "wnioh" in reference to ths Deity. Bxosption is also  taken to the repetition of tho Lord's  prayer at the morning service.  As a defense against attacks by air  craft the British government have decided io dot tha coasts of the British  Isles with a series of towers, eaeh armed with twoiouicMmng guns of. special design. A complete circle of towers is to be erected around naval stations such as Portsmouth snd Roayth  and at oik r especially vulnerable  points.  Although the Overseas Club ba* only  been io existence four years, it alro.i ly  ba* tho largest nwmborship In tbe  world, ths number enrolled exoseding  190,000. Central premises have .,.��  been opened in tk* fleneral Buildings.  Aldwyoh, aad were opened by th* lord  mayor ot London. ''^!U����'i' I","!'.  tt-<  9S  PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 16, I��U  KELOJtfNft RECORD 8aid;    "We think that Capt. Kendall  would have beon better   advised If he  Published .vary Thursday at Kelowna.  , British Columbia     v. |  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Baton:  ���Uo   par fear.   71a,. alt   avsstks.    Dniled  States SO oanta additional.  All eabeeriptlona parable Is advance.  Advertising Bat**:  LODQ�� NOTICES,  PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.  WitTlrU,  WATER NOTICES-W for (iv�� im,ert.<.ns.  LBOAL ADVKRTISLNO-ririt    mwrtion.    12  out*  ma Urn; eMfc fiabMqucnt Insertion,  8  Mite Dir Mm  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS-^ oeoti ptr  word Ont iBMrtioa, 1 ctot ptr word end  nbtaaoMt iDHrtioa.  display  advertisements-two   inchrt,  ud aodtr. BO o��u per inoh lirst inturtlon  ot��t two iwehm 40 cmU ptr Inoh tint In  ttrtion; SO otnti   ��r  inch    each  ���uliuuuem  tBMrttoa.  AU ohanffM In contract advirtlHPm-nts must  bt In tba haadi ol tha printer bv Tuisda.  ���vaalav   to   aniure publlaatlon in tba    neit  had given th�� Storstad a , wider bori.li  and had navigated his ship bo aa to  have paSBed tho Storstad At a greater  distance on his beam than; he originally intended. Wo do not'think, bow-  ever, that his stopping, Which was  really done for greater caution, can bo  said to have been nn.uiisouraauliko act  nor do wo consider his failure to give  the widor berth a contributory cause  of tho disaster."  Dealing with tho porting of tho #Sior-  Btad's holm, the report says:  "Tho commission is unublo to accept  the view that it was done to'countor-  act the effect of a current and as an J  act of prudent navigation. We aro of  the opinion that t'hiof Officer Xutness,  of tho Storstad wtls negligent in omitting to call the captain when.the fog  was coining on. The captain is tho man  who ought to have been there. Mr.  Tufuess says that ho thought tEaro  was no danger and therefore it did not  Amendment to Home  Rule Passes Lords  Patience  Needed to. Avert  Critical Situation  I ROYALS  YEAST  The House of Lords passed Tuesday  the third reading of the bill to amend  the Irish Home Kule BiH and sent il  across to the House of Commons for  consideration.  In the cloning ��� debate in tho Upper  House, the Mur |uis . of Crowe, tho  Liberal leader, indirectly promised  that bho 'attainment of mi agreement  in rognrd to the elimination of iho  time limit hy whieh tho counties of  Ulster were allowed to vote on the  question of thi-ir exclusion for ii period of six years, from lhe operation of  Homo Hide would not prove difficult.  lie said, however, the area of Ihe  portion of Ireland  lo he excluded   uu!  EX 1ENS1VE DAMAGE tO  CROPS IN OREGON ���  Result of Empress  of Ireland  Inquiry  Officer of collier Storstad Blamed  (or Accident  Tiie finding of tho commission   appointed    to    inquire into thc circum-  inuttcr. He wus wrong, thero vu�� i wn m groaily pn'nrtred by Iho  danger, and anyway it was hia duty ironists that it would bo n vexed  to obey the orders whjch he hr.il re- ,m,i oritie-al question. The Unionists,  ceivod, to call the onptain whon I lie n0 m.g���\t \lM\ foiled ,0 fin(i now tney  fog came on. 'propose  to meet Iho inevitnble objon-  "We oiui come to no other conclusion \-mm lo t]���, exclusion of the   Catholic  then that Tufn-ss wus wrong nnd  wt  'ootmtlos 0f    Ulster    und their friends  ligent in alt'orlng hiB course in the-top, Vlsowherc in Ireland';  na   he    undoubtedly did, nnd thnt  he I   Tnl, Marquis    eor.clud d by     asking  A d?sputch from l'oitland says a severe hail storm passed over central  eastern Oregon Sunday night and did  crop damage estimated at 8100,(100 in  Sherman caunty alono. Grass Valley.  Moro and Kuthledgo wero among thc  vicinities' hit. Thousands of noros .of  grain ready for harvest wero laid low.  A cloudburst was reported in other  sections. The hail Btorm path was a  mile wido. Communication with the  lamugod  section has been  hampered.  The fruit orap in an area two miles  square, adjo'n'.ng North Yakima on ihj  south was practically ruined by a nail  storm of half an hour's duration cn  Tuesday. The damage is estimated nt  873,0011. Many pigs and poultry were  killed and oaUle gnd horses severely  injured by the hail stonos.  was wrong and negligent in keeping  the navigation of the vessel in his own  hands and in failing to call tho captain when he saw the fog coming on."  The section closes with the rcm.irk  that the disaster is not to be attributed to any characteristic of the St-  stances of the loss of thc Kmpross ot Lawrence route. Thc recommendations  Ireland ofTRimoiiski on May 29, was of the commission include tho closing 'explanation of  handed down Snturday.    Chief blame lot    all    wntor-tight    doors    in foggy' total oxolusion  for tho oxercise of patience and forbearance and finn'y hoping for a successful solution.  The Marquis of T.an^downe, I he  I'nionist lender, reiterated that nothing short of the I'nionist amendments  could avert the immediate poril that  wns threatening, lie said this wus his  the    demand of     the   s __,,   the province of    11-  lor the disaster ia placed on the weather and whenever practicable, nil 'stcr nnd he oomplained that the gov-  third officer of tho Collier Stor-1water-tight doors nnd portholes be-'einmnt hid given tho Cnionists no  stad, who changed the course of. lhe ]0w tho water levels should be closed 'assistance whatever in tho task to  ship without instructions from the first at sunset and kopt closed till sunrise, 'avoiding eivil war.  officer, who was in ohirgo of tha col- Also that rafts bo plnced on deok in j At the suggestion of lhe Marquis of  Her at the timo. |auch a pos'.tion that they will    'loat   Crewe the hill was read a third time  On the question ol blame tho roport automatically as tho ship sinks. without a vote lieing tuken.  Sir Joseph Bcocham has carried to  a successful conclusion the negotiations for the purchase of tho Duko of  Bedford's' Covent finrdin estate, whieh  comprises nineteen acres in tho heart  of London, with twonty-fivo Btreots  and four theatres including the Covent  Gnrdtn Opera House.  About the middle or end of August  the Grand Trunk l'ncilic lino to Prince  Rupert from Winnijcj wi'l bogin to  opornte a through freight servioe and  some tim? in tho early fall a limited  pus rnger sen ice through to the Pacific coast terminal point will be put  on. Tho first c'a*s passenger will not  he operated until next spr'n'.  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  Annual Summer  Clearance Sale  Commences Friday, July 10th, at 8 a.m., and Ends Saturday, July 25th    ���^���^���^���^   ���"��� M-aaia ���    ������ I a���.a��� . Is. is ���- as   ��� ��� ���' ��� ������    luss-a  Sensational Price Reduction for Cash Only  A lot of men wait for our Sales as thev know our Reductions are genuine. We only have two sales a year���at the  end of the Winter and Summer Seasons. When we say there are heaps of Bargains to choose (rom, you can take  out word for it.   Most of th: Summer Goods, all high-class merchandise, have been cut down to cost and less.    All  odd lots at Half cost and less  READ THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS  Men's Two and Three-Piece Suits  Men's two and three-piece suits, made by the best  makers in Canada  Values to $12.50..... Sale price, $ 6.50  ���   15.00    ���      .,     10.50  Men's  These are all solid leath  Up-to-date lasts  Reg. $3.75 and $4.     .  ���    4.50   ���     5   ,.    5.00   ���     6.50....  Shoes  ���r. Some are leather lined.  ���      ���   20.00  ������ ;   ,,    14.50  2500                                        1850       3.80       4.80  3000                               ���"   22.50  ���    7.00   ���     7.50       5.80  All This Season's Men's Straw Hats at Half Price  Men's Soft Collars  20 doz. Stripes, Bluea.  Nearly all lizea in stock  Reg. 25c.   Sale, each QC  Men's Caps  Reg. value, 50c.  Sale price        1 (JC  Men's Linen Hats  Reg. 75c and $1  Sale price        o��oC  Stetson Hats  Reg. $4 and $4.50  Sale price     SeWeOO  Men's Balbriggan Underwear, Reg. $1.25 and $ 1.50; Sale 95c Suit  Men's Underwear  In Cream and Cream and Blue  Stripe Balbriggan. Shirts and  Drawers  Reg. 50c and 60c per garment  Men's Work Shirts  The famous H.B.K..brand  Reg. $1.00 Sale, 65c  1.50 ;.    ���   $1.15  Men's Pants  Tweed and Worsted Pants  Values to $2.50 Sale, $1.50  3.50 ,    2.35  4.50     3.35  Sale      25C      ���  ���      1.75 and $2     ���    1.35  5.00     4.35  6.50     5.35  Panama Hats -  One-third Off    | WhiteCanv'sShoes,rg. 3.2541.50  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  In the best society the  luncheon goodies used  are the  kinds we  sell.  That means that when you wish  to give your family or friends a  treat you show wisdom in choosing from our extensive stock. Our luncheon  goodies add to your reputation as a hostess and  give increased delight to your family. A selec-  of all the best and most delicious is carried. You  can pick delicacies here to please all tastes.  Big Cash Special for Saturday  Pickles, sweet, sour, &c, &c, Reg. 40c and 45c  Saturday, 30c bottle  THE STORE OFPLENj  ��*�������* ������ ���������������*����*����  s*  ��    PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS      *���  .�� ����  9. aa aa as ** as a* *�� ���� aa ���� e��  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public, i  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, snd  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willtt's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewstson Block, Kelowna   .   'Phone 206  P.O. Bos, 509  C. Harvey, BA, 3c., C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES  HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organist and Choirmaster of Knox Church  Kelowna, will Not Receive Pupila "until  Ma return from the Old Country in September.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Cur.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hyd raullc  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceuor .  Surveys and Reports on Intention Works  Application, lor Water Licensee  KELOWNA, KC.  H.C. ROWLEY ,      F REYNOLDS  A.M. Insl. CE.. AM. Cn. Soc. C.E       B C.LA  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Surcei)ora  Water Supply. Irrigation. Subdivisions, flee     '  3, Crowley Block  P.O. Bos 261  Phone 131  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  EMTIST  P. 0. Boa me  'Phoaa OS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO-Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER  Plans and Specification* Prepared  and eatimates given for public Buildings, Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate MoCill Uaivarekv)  Retidence : GLENN AVENUE  left at the office of  ittenbury tt William.  Messsgss may be  Messrs. Rsttenl  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (Aeeociate Ron) Colleae of Onanists  London, England)  Organiat of St. Michael ot All Angels'  Church, receives Pupils for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at his own or pupils' residence.  Special attention to children  P.O. Boa 641. Talaphons 120  Address Abbott Street  1-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chiniw MarchM.lt ��nd Employment Offica  Contract* of eveiy kind undartek��n  SstfirfssctoiT work iwuKcd THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914  KUIrOWKA  RECORD  rill    III' -1-aVaSI'i  .'hi  ���   '.:���..���.:���:���*   -  '      IS  SATURDAY  July 18th  BaaaBaBaBai bbbbbbbbbbI sbbbbb  Sale that Rings Trae to If i Principles,  Merchandise, and It's Values  THIS SALE ia bringing to clearance many thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise marked at wonderfully low  prices.   Every shelf and every earner ia being depleted of oddments and broken lots, reinforced wilh lines ef  seasonable merchandise, all being given a short shift to quick clearance with pric.s seldom or never as low for  goods of equally fine quality.   As we have remarked before, low prices are hot everything unless quality goes with  them.   On this score, it is well to know, then, that this is a sale that rings true as a bell.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S PRINCIPLES���serving it's customers with finest merchandise at prices Inat are only of  half-yearly occurence here or elsewhere.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S MERCHANDISE -in that only goods of finest qualities are concerned here. ' Sa|e Goods,'  as the trade knows the term, gain no entrance to these fine stooks.  ITS TRUE TO IT'S VALUES���in cases where comparative prices are quoted, values are not merely as good as  thejy are represented to be, but often pleasantly surprising in being even better. And the teim ' Sale Special' mail,  in every instance equally attractive savings.  This M.dsjm n:r Stle is presenting these days a wide variety of worthy offerings as dislinquislied for quality as  for remarkable price concessions.   Be sure you make tbe most of them as they are passing.  Closes  July Slit  Gents' Furnishings  MEN'S PANAMAS  I6.B0 for ....'.  94.75  17.50 for   15.50  $8.50 for  15.115  99.00~for ,  96.75  110.00 for       $7.50  912.00 for     18.95  115.00 for  $10.95  120.00 for   $12.00  MEN'S BOATER STRAW HATS  $2.75 for  ������    91.05  93.00 for 92.25  93.50 for   92.60  $4.00 for  92.05  MEN'S ODD PANTS  Light Color,   Summer Weight Tweeds.  93.00 to 94.00 for   91.05  MEN'S SILK SHIRTS, PONGEE,  WHITE AND STRIPE  93.25 for     92.35  93.75 for  :  $2.75  94.25 for   92.95  94.76 for   #3.50  95.00 for     ��3.75  OOOOOOOOOfl,  Men's Cloth    Summer   Hats,    75c. to  $1.50 for  50c.  Men's Odd -Straw Hats    up to    91-75  for   25c.  Men's Odd Straw    Huts up to   $1.00  for      91.00  Men's Felt Tennis Hats, $1.00 for 50c.  Men's White Felt Fedora $2.75 for $1.00  Men's Brown Working Straws   5c.  Boy's Odd Linen Coats $2.00 for $1.25  Boy's Khaki two-pieft) suits $2.75  for     $1.50  Men's Two-Piece  Sumtner Suits  $12.00 for   $ 8.50  $16.50 for    $11.95  $18.00. for   913.50  $20.00 for  $14.95  $22.50 for   $16.50  r^T^*  Ready-to-Wear  ��&��.  Men's Summer Underwear (Special)  Dark Grey, Elastic rib, Light Weight.  Regular 50c. garment. Sale Price  25c.  Men's Fancy   and    Embroidered Lisle  Sox. Regular 50c to 65c, 3 pair $1.00  Mon's Silk Pyjamas and Night Shirts.  Regular $5.00 for    $3.',5  Regular 96.00 for   4.K0  Men's Fancy Cotton Sox. Regular 35c.  [3 pairs for ' 50c.  Men's Cream Flannel Pants.  194.00 for    Regular  ..'. 92.95  [Men's Summer Underwear. Fine Mesh,  Short Sleeves and Knee Length. Odd  |sizos. Regular 65c fer   35o.  Men's Lustre  for    93.75 for    Coats.  Regular 91.'5    91.00    92.45  dozen Men's    "Slip Easy"  Braces,:  tiortotl colors and weights.  Rogulir  . for    25o.  10 dozen Men's Belts, sizes 30 to   38  to clear at   5c, ouch  Many other specials    will  appear on  our counters through the salo.  PANAMA HATS  -Ladies' Panama   Hats, Latest     1914  styles. Very special values in hat scarfs  $2.00    and     $1,110    values    to    snull  ��t  --���   $1.25 and 65c  $12.00 values,  $10.00 values.  $8.50 values,  $7.50 values.  $6.00 values.  July Sale  July Sale  July Sate  July Sale  July Sale  ... $9.00  ...697.50  ..... 96.50  ... 95.75  ... 94.50  Come arid  Sim out*  Remnant  T��We  Half off all Muses and  Children'sCofored  Dresses  24 DOZEN DRESSED TO BE KNIFICD  288 CHILDREN MADE HAPPY  These aro all new, crisp goods, all  colore and assortments of combination  colors, ages from Wee Tot U years to  Juniors 13, 15, and 17 years. All must  go while they last at one-half the" original prioe.  EVERY DRESS AND SUIT IN THE  LADIES' DEPARTMENT MUST  ���CLEAR AT HALF PRICE    '  They are incomplete In sizes, but the  good; classy styles of early summer  am still here. The space they now occupy is becoming Deeded for fall goods  now arriving. Ihese are all new spring  and summer goods, (rash and dainty.  Muslins, Crepe, Ratine, Gingham, Pique, Serge Suitsf Knit summer suits,  in stripes. Tweeds, Gabardines, etc  Theso will be slashed to one-half their  former good value.  Women's and Misses' Linen and Lustre  Motor Coats ftl.50    to 912.00 values  for , 93.50 each  We won't have    these iu    stock long  surely.  CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS HATS  $2.00 values, July Sale  91.W  $1.50 values, July Sale  91.20  9125 values, July Sale   91.00  91.00 values, July Sale :     78c.  85c. values, July Sale     65c.  75c. values, July Sale,  55c.  50c. values, July Sale   40c.  Kiddies Bonnets, all Muslin, Allover  and Lace Bonnets up to 91.50 for 35c.  each.  Boys' Wash Suits  Boys' White Man of War, short    and  long    trousers,    Trimmed    Navy and  Royal $2.25.   July Sale       $1.70  Galetea Buster Suits real good     nnd  staple fast colors. Regular $1.25     to  $2.25, July Sale    .' 75o.  Boys good style odd Blouses 75c.   to  $1.25 go at .'  50c.  SEE OUR BLOUSE TABLES . .  You will miss something if you don't  see our special Blouse Tables.  $2,50 to $3.50 values, July Sale $1.00  93,50 to 95.50 venues, July Sale ��2.'K��  Every other Blouse in proportion  Remnants!  As is usual at the end ef a season's  business, there is always some odds  and ends which must go to this department. Ginghams, Prints, Cham-  brays, Muslins, Ratines, Crepes, Curtain Materials, Galeteas, Ducks, Tov-  clings, Embroideries, Laces and hundreds of others.  Boot and Shoe Specials  Very many seasonable lines of oanvas goods and light Oxford lines which  are n.iw broken in sizes will be tabled at ridiculous prices. Included will be  all broken lines of Empire, Clasalo T At T. Bells, Children's Classic, Sure  Foot, Buckskins, Embelwy's Canvas, Mulo Sole and many more will be  knifed for good fast selling:  Women's Tan Bluchers, Summer PalaosShoe, Regular 94.50 to'"clear at  92.50  MisscB and C hildren's Brown Canvas  Oxfords and  Slippers.    Regular 91.35  and $1.25 lines.    July Price     foe.  Marathon Shoes    for Children     92.75  and 92.00 all go at    $1.50  Women's White' Bnek Butt Classic. Regular 95.50 to clear at $3.15  Women's Tan Butt Oxfords, Empress  and Bells, $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50 lines  must go at     92.75  Get Ont and Get Under  Some of our Sunshades, the line now  are somewhat broken, but what aro  left are good, slightly shades. Any  colored shade in stock, regardless    of  cost to be cleared at 91.00 each  If you need one "COME EARLY."  White Wear of alHftii  dew ii 33 Mil mm&ti  PRINCESS SLIPS  $8.00 values, July Sale   $4.00 values, July Sale    93.50 values, Jury Sale  ,  93.00 values, July Sale    $2.80 values, July Sale    $2.00 values, Joly Sale    93 35  92.68  93.SS  93.00  91.68  9135  WOMEN'S ODD UNDERSKIRTS  Regular values 91.00 to 9375.     Wilt  they go at one price?   50c inch  COMBINATIONS-DRAWERS AND  CORSET COVERS  95.00 values, July Sale   93.3  93.80 values, July Sale  92.3  $3.00 values, July Sale   93.0  $2.80 values, July Sale  ,. $1.6  92.00 values, July Sale  91.3  91.00 volues, July Sals     6S<  88o, values, July Sals  ,  55c  75c. vahies July Sale' (ft  An assortment of odd \  and Closed.   Sines   S3  ^^^ Open  to 3t waists.  from Sue. to 91.60 to dear at - ., Me.  ^m���mu- eeeajas��epeaieae��pss.  mr   i.-a^f.m^.jgi��^t,m,m.^.  a.i ���  ^\^r, yr.sr -.j  PAGE FOUR  KEI.OWNA  RECORD  'THURSDAY, JUIiY 18; 1M4  SB  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)      Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  .,"'". HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acres  or more. Planted or implanted. Under  irritation and with Separate Domestic Water  System. ���'���  Bottom Lands  Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Cots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulars apply to  The General Manager      -  -      at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  Blackamithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushed.    Fence posts. Milk,  __ - _ Potatoes, Apples, ere., for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.      Phone 5; P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office I 9 to 12; 1.30 to $.30 throughout the week.    .  Ranch Office i 9 to 12; I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon".  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lfiwn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  Phon. *���   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  . 1     Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  ;      ..   Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd  An now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local, and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING UMBER  of high-grade quality and in splend: d condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  ���mmmwmimm  >  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  ��� ii:  ���  Hiss Mary Bigger lplt thia week -io.'  a visit to St. Joseph, His.  **���!���'  Hr. W. K. Adams returned Tuesduy  {com a visit east.  Hr. T. Duggan leit Nondny morning  on his return to Scmamish., ,  ' .   a   e   a  Hr. Wm, Lumsden, ol the Boyal  Bank stall left last   week end lor   ��  couple weeks holiday, . ���     ._ ,  . . .  Rev.' W. T. Beattie will take as his  subject on Sunday evening "What lhe  ���nan whose eyes are open will sou."  .   .   a  Ms. and Hrs. Leopold Hayes returned at tho beginning of tho week from  the old country, where they have boon  for some months past.  see' *  C. Casad, tho popular member of tho  local baseball club left. Tuesday morning for Calgary whore he will join tlio  "Bronchos".  a    e    e  Provincial Constable McDonald returned on Sunday altor spending a  couple weeks holiday with his parents  at tho coast. ;  a  .  .  The B. C. Ilrowess Ltd., havo commenced the erection of a packing shed  near the C.P.H. traoks. The contractor is W. F. Schell, of Rutland.  see  Mrs. D. W, Sutherland and son.ltus-  sell left on    Sunday's boat  for     tho  coast    where    thoy   will' spend a low  weeks'' holiday..  e   a   e  Hr. J. Ball left last weok an a visit  to Regina. Hrs. Ball and children are  at    present    camping    at Manhattan  Beaeh.  ..:���'.'!���'������' a V a  Hr. W. H. Mantle has rented Capt.  Knight's home furnished for a few  months' this summer. Capt and Mrs.  Knight intoiul to visit Winnipeg.  e    a    e    '  Con Jones, the well known Vancouver laorosse magnate arrived in the  ity last Thursday afternoon and faced off the ball in tho contest betwsn  lArmstroTig and- the local club.  "���"..-    a   a. .9 .'  Three ot the local baseball players  left on Sunday morning's boat for  their respective homes, Pieroe going  lo Tacomn, Fl'cgir to Alameda, Calif.  nd Sheppard to Nanaimo.  e    a    e  The Misses Jean and Ruth Ormand,  daughters of the Rev. W. McKay Ormand ol Regina are spending a holiday at the home of their unole, W, B.  fl. Calder.  e   a   e  Amagnificont crop ol hay, timothy,  clover and alfalfa has just been out  the Glenmore ranch ol the Central  .Okanagan Lands, Ltd. The oompany  had aver a hundred and fifty acres to  ut this year.  e   a   a   '  Mrs. T. J. Wadman and Miss Murray  of Revelstoke arrived in the city on  Sunday afternoon on a holiday trip  hrough the valley. They went to  Penticton Tuesday and expect to return to Kelowna to spend some time  in a day or two.  .-.see  Three more of the players of the local baseball olub whioh disbanded at  lhe end of June left this morning for  the coast. Mr. and Mrs. King Kelly  and Tom Kelly, going to Seattle and  owless who will probably go to Oal-  fornia.  ���   ���   a.  Hr. G. H. Kerr of Glenmpre left  this morning for a few months visit  lo hia old home in Sherbrooke, Que.  A crowd of young people gathered nt  Mr, Kerr's home Tuesday evening to  take leave of Hr. Kerr who is oxoeed-  ngly popular,  a   e'  a  In the Hethodist church on Sunday  morning, the pastor will conclude his  eries of sermons on tho Cardinal Virtues, taking for topic "The Greatest  yirtuo," and in the evening the acres on the Social Life, taking lor  heme "Methodism and Social Pro-  Hems."  a a a  Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Palmer and  jttaughter of Kamloops and Hr. and  Mrs. Capt. Scott of Victoria motored  over from Kamloops last - week end  and spent a couple days in the. oity.  On Saturday they went down the <ake  by boat, returning Sunday and left  on Monday morning on their r oturn  Journey.  1  ('apt. and Mrs. Bertram have gone  for a visit" to White Rook, -on, the  ooast. '������'.'. '"  see  The S. S. Sicamoiis has been taking  the daily trip up and down the lake  this weok.   ���'.'  .  - ��   a   ���  '1 ho annual. -Union Sunday. school  picnic from Pentioton takes place today. The visitors have scoured the  use of the city park for the occasion.  a   .e   'e  A shipment of three carloads of-hots-  os, used by Geo.. Chew in the -Kettle  Valloy    construction    work left"   this  morning for Alberta.  a   a   a  The pulpit of the Baptist church will  ho occupied on Sunday next by lhe  pastor, Rev. 1). J. Welsh, who will take  for his morning subjeot, "The True  Aim in Lite," and speak in the evening on "The Opportunity of a Queen."  . . .  Thc government is calling for tendirs  lor poles to construot a new telephone  with Kelowna. Whitman's Creek is  wioh Kelowna. Whiteman's Creek is  near tho head of the lake, and . tho  lino will run up the west side, bringing into direct communication with  Kolowna quite a number of settle1  ments.  BIRTH ��� \ .'  DALGLEISH- On Tuesday, July 14,  To Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dalgleish, a  daughter.  EI)WARDS.-To Mr. and Mrs. Sidney  Kdwards, AlvaBton on July 15th,. a  daughter.'  J'AlL-McCURDV  A prcWy, but quiet wodding took  place last evening, July 15th at 7 p.m.  at tho homo of tho bride's father,  Mr. Geo. MoCurdy when his daughter  Lilian was united in marriage . to Mr.  Bevorly ('nil, well known in this city,  having for somo months been in charge  of the cycle repair shop lor James  & Trenwith.  Mr. Call has secured a position it  Redcliffe, Alta, and left this morning  for that plaoe. Mrs. Call will remain  in the city for a short time and later  will join her husband. Thoy will r>-  side at Rodcliffe in future.  The ceremony was performed by tho  Rev. D. J. Welsh and*was witnessed by  only the immediate friends and relatives of the contrasting parties.  Great Sale  OF  Millinery &  Fancy Work  Miss Hartin begs to announce  a Sale of fytijlinery and Fancy  Work, Trimmings & Flowers  commencing Thurs., July 16  Owing to having bought a very large  stock this spring, and the well  known financial stringency continuing, it la necessary that these goods  be cleared out regardlass of cost  False Economy of  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight is too predous to trifle with.  When buying spectacles buy i good  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more than the  commoner kinds, but the difference  in comfort is worth many times thi  difference in price.  lid a-aUir-s-i-r.  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Fresh, Ripe Fruits  are  Healthful.   Keep  yourself and family healthy  by eating  sufficient  Fresh  Fruit to keep your system toned up during  this hot weather.   We have all seasonable fruit and vegetables  constantly in stock and at - very attractive prices  t��>weefen  Cherries  Black Bing, Windsor and Lambert  are the beat eating varieties* Large  snd meaty.   Per basket. 60c  2 lba 25e  . Peaches  Sweet  Clingstone.     Sweet  and  -juicy.   4 lbs 25c  Apricots  First of season.   5-lb basket...50c  Raspberries  will aoon be over.  . Order quick.  Per crate $1.90  Bananas  Per doz 40c  Oranges  Per doz 40c  Lemons  Per doz 50c  PURE CANE SUGAR  is a necessary ingredient in all preserved fruits or jams.   We  carry only the best grade.     Extra standard granulated���  lOOJb sack... $6.50      20-lb sack $1.40  Less Five per cent, for cash  5-lb carton Granulade Sugar.    A safe sanitary package 35c  Ice Sugar, Bar Sugar, Loaf Sugar 2 lbs 25c  Improved Gem Economy Sealers  Pinta$l.25   Quarts$l.50   t-gals$l.75     Pinte$l.40   Quarta$l.65   ,-geU��2.l5  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh 1  Phone Three Oh!  READ THIS  Saturday Cash Special  Libby's Large Queen Olives. 32-oz bot., reg. $ I.. 50c  TRY SUNBEAM TEA ...IT'S GOODl  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds ol Light  Hauling. Prompt  attention given to  -    all orders    -  W.P.Meredith   ���   Prep  Phone 63       '  or call at A. Cos's Second-hand Store  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  kasvVS*��MVVHt*VN^VSA^\i%^^>->��A^VW>AAAirV^  ____ THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914  kbm>w��a Riecao (   '  ���pa��IPa-aa-p<Hni  um WYE  RICHMOND'S  MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE  NOW ON. BARGAINS for EVERYBODY  A GENERAL CLEAN-UP OF ALL SUMMER GOODS  Many lines of Seasonable Merchandise at Half Price and Less.    Don't let this opportunity pass you.   Buy your Clothing,  Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at Most Sensational Price Cutting  Read a Few Price Examples  And Come Early  Some Men's Furnishings  Men's Heather Mixed  Sox.   Reg.  35c  and   40c pair  Sale price 25c  Men's black or tan, good quality cotton, 3 pairs 25c  Men's Silk Wool, Reg. 75c and $1  5Qc  Men's Fine Lisle, Reg. 35c and 50c 25c  Men's Good Working Shirts  Reg$l   Reg. $1.50.  Reg. $2.00..  75c  11.15  M.50  Men's Odd Pants  Sale price $1.95  Re��.$3   Reg. $4   Reg. $5   In English Tweeds and Worsteds, Reg. $6      $4:50  $2.95  $3.95  Men's Clothing  Reg. $15 and $16 suits in English Tweeds $9.95  Reg. $20 Suits, in well tailored Tweeds & Worsteds $ 12.50  Reg. $22.50 and $25  $15.00  Reg. $30 Suits            $19.50  All of the above suits are well tailored and perfect filters  Boots and Shoes  Men's leather lined boots, Reg. $3.50 and $4...Sale $2.75  Men's ' Walk-Over' boots, in all the best lasts, Reg.  86.50......  Sale$4.95  Reg. $7 $5.50  Ladies' Footwear  Ladies' Slippers, Boots and Shoes in great variety at big  reductions  Sandals and Slippers  for the little ones at one-third off.  Wonderful Values in Cotton  Dress Materials  700 yards Cotton Dress Goods, including Dimities,  Organdies, Ginghams, Fancy Vestings, Cotton Csapes.  Reg. 20c. 25c, 30c values Sale price 8 yds f I  No Goods Sent on Approval-  We sell for CASH only-and we sell for Less.  Read a Few Price Examples  And Come Early  25 pe. cent, or one-quarter off all  Woollen Dress Goods and Silks  5 doz. Children's Rompers  Made of Galatea Grass Linen, Drill, etc.    Reg. 65c aad  75c Sale 45c  Wash Dresses  33 and one-third p.c. of all Ladies'. Misses'anal Children's Cotton and Linen Dresses.  25 per cent, off Ladies' Blouses  Reg. $3.25.  Reg. $2.75  Reg. $2.25  Reg. $1.35.  S*p��*o$2.45   $2.10   M.JO   $1.00  20 per cent, off all Sheeting*, &c.  20 p.c. off all Sheetings, Pillow Cottons, Table Linens,  Napkins, Towels, Tows-Miaf, Its., fcc  Now if you want a Good ��aigain  in Skirts--���  115 Udias' Dress Skin*. Tab your choice at JUK-Price  Boys' Wash SviU  Made of English Drills. Caletees, Pucks, ke.    Regularly  sold at $1.50.     Sale price 95e  SPECIAL  Two doz. Ladies- Satin Skirls.    M cslors.   Rm. 1J.50.  For quick sale Only $1.75  25 per cent. Off all-*���  Laces, Embroideries and Ribbons.  20 per cent. Off aU**-~  Ladies' White Cotton Undorweai.  Hundreds of articles on sale  not mentioned in this advertisement  ���t remarkably low prices to clear quickly.  Richmond's Cash Store for Big Values   Kelowna  -   B.C. ��� ��� .'.VUS BIX  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY/ JULY 9, 1914  News of Local Sport  c��ieo6��iSHe��rSO^^  Armstrong Defeated by   Local Baseball Club  Local Lacrosse Club Disbands  Best Game  ever    played in   Kolowna  Armstrong's First Defeat Here  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  C. R. GOSS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET, NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce he is now opening a  Fruit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  Delivery to all parts of City  The  Retail   Merchant  Will  Find  it on Page  8  SUCCESS in retailing depends very largely upon the  appearance of the store and the systematic arrangement  of the goods displayed. How to get the most profit  from every square inch of floor space is explained in this new  book, "The Elevator,'" sent free upon request. On pages  8 snd 9 ths retailer's problems srs dealt with specifically.  OTI8-FENSOM ELEVATOR���COMPANY  Fill in and mail the coupon below. -  Don't wait until to-morrow.   ^��*^\r\ 00 **Y 8Ti'  Send   it  NOW  while     >V*V J��\ TORONTO  you're in the notion.  The local junior lacrosse club clashed with lhe Armstrong club in another  emtio of the league scries on; Thursday  afternoon last at thu exhibition  grounds a"d succeeded in' returning  with the big end of a (i to 5 score 'il-  tor a-strenuous game, replete with  spectooulnr plays and fine Oomjiiuation  work by both sides. l   :. ���  Tho game throughout was without  doubt the "best" exhibition ot Ihe  Canadian giiino ever witnessed in Ku-  lowna. The boys played a better  combination gamo then ever before  and the close checking was u feature  that will be, remembered by a" "Bo  were fortunate enough to sec the con-  tost,  From start'to finish the game, was  very fast and. comparatively cloan,  tew penalties being handed out.  Kelowna started the scoring in lhe  first quarter and secured two goals  ���before Armstrong found the net.  T|iis lead waB, however (>ut down by  one at the end ol tho first quarter,  which ended 2 lo 1 in favor of the  homo'club.  During the second quarter Armstrong  secured two goals whilo the locals se-  .cirred one leaving the score U to 2.  | The third quarter tllo visitors got  in some pretty work and managed to  hold lhe locals'sate while.thoy found  the net twice, giving them a lead of  one goal at tlio close of tho third  period.  The lasl quarter was ono that .vill  not soon be forgotten by the local  fans. The combinal ion' play of tho  local boys proved very effective and  very Boon after thV play - started they  evened up'the score and a fow min lies'  later secured a lead of another goal.  Armstrong, however soon evened up  and the score remained even until .1  few seconds before time was called  when a pretty combination came down  the field and , indulged in some "spy  pretty passing until close in when a  low, fast shot from thc sido found  its way into tho net. A few seconds  later time was called and lho best  game ovor witnessed in this section  oame to a close with the final score  6 to 5 in favor of the locals.  Every player worked hard and each  one deserves credit for his splendid  work. There wero no start; everyone  played lacrosse from start to finish  and the way thoy held thc visitors in  check gave ample evidence that when  j they get together and 11'iy Ihe j;njui  no club would huve an easy time  defeating them.  The work of Gillanders was indeed  a bright feature of the contest and  his checking ol Turnbull, Armstrong's  (leading goal getter was watched with  interest. Turnbull never got a shot  at'the gortl. during the entire contest,  and after the game he was heard lo  remark: "Gillanders is the hardest man  I have ever.played against, ho is also  as clean a player as 1 ever saw. In  the next contest 1 hope I will bo in  another part of tho field."  All the boys played splendid lacrosse  and Burely they deserve good support  and although the crowd who witnessed  laBt Thursday's game were few In  number they were well repaid for thoir  trouble and satisfied that they had received their money's worth.  Mr. Smith of Armstrong handled tho  game satisfactorily,  Local spoiling oiroies will learn with,  regret that it has bein found necessary  owing lo financial difficulties to disband the baseball club.  No doubt thc public will regret thia  action as much as the players themselves as baseball has indeed been very  popular in this eily during the past  few years aud his gained a splondid  following, but tiie financial stress that  lias manifested itsolf'BO strongly all  over Ihe country has forced the people  to uso their ready cash for other purposes besides srort. Tho accident  thai betel the club ourly in thc season  must also boar a large part ol tho  buidenfof our unsuccessful season, as  this deprived lhe olub ol good material and mado n losing, instead of a  winning club of the local team.  It has been found difficult to raise  enough money to pay the salaries ol  Iho players and lho gates have been  small. At tho close of dune the club  found themselves in arrears to the  osteal of a few hundred dollars and  the outlook wns not bright enough  lo continue the club and allow.it to  un behind any further, so the oxeuu-  tlye met and: decided that the best  policy would be to disband lOr this  season.  i'he players, although regretting tho  disbanding of lhe club, owing to the  unavoidable circumslatices are leaving  for their respective, homes or various  places of employment, expressing general regret at leaving.  Pierce,     Flicger and. Shoppnrd     left  a Sunday monuvr for the coast and  Casad left on Tuesday tp join tho  Calgary club in the Western Canada  League.  tllher members of the club are still  in tho oity but expect to get away in  thonoar future, although some will remain and accept positions here.  A meeting of the league heads was  held at Vernon Inst Thursday and it  wns decided thai the three remaining  clubs should complete the schedule.  JUNIOR LACROSSE  TEAM  MEETS  DEFEAT AT VEltNON  Tho junior luorosBO team,travelled to  Vernon on Thursday altornoon last  where they met lho Vernon juniors in  the evening. Tho game resulted' in a  win for tho home club 'by. a Bcore of i  to 3.  The game waB fast and very even,  throughout though at tiineB it became  rather rough, eleven penalties being  handed out,  During tho first quarter Vernon scored twice while tho local secured a lone  tally, During the second quarter Kolowna scored twice and hold Vernon  in Check, making, the score at half  time 3 to 2 in favor of Kelowna.  Vernon evened up in the third quarter and won in the fourth by a single  tally.  The local'boys played a steady gamo  But were handicapped to considerable  extent when Sutherland and McLennm  two ol the leading players failed to  play upito their usual form. The contest, however, was 'a splendid one and  a good orowd should be on hand this  afternoon to see the return match at  oily park at 4.80. ,  WAlt CANOE  Tho Fire Hrigado war canoe cr-jw  muBtered for their usual practice on  on Monday evening but found that  owing to sickness and accident tln*y  wsjro three or four men short, which  made a proper practice impossible.  *Under the circumatances" says a  note handed in to us this week, '*-ho  management fed justified in calling for  olunteers to fill the vacancies, und  any real sports who will send in their  names to the president, Mr. G. S. McKenzie, or the Captain, Max -lenkins  will be heartily welcomed, swimmers if  possible, as notwithstanding every precaution there is an element of danger  in the "gamo", an element that ought  to appeal to manly men. Drawing  room dudes or "pint tea" athletjg,  in fact all ^talking sports" -are on  little use in the canoe. I'he sport  ranks with polo nnd football and requires pluck as well as muscle. There  is no expense in connection with it,  thanks to tlio brigade who do bo much  for tho community, and ask so littlo  from it."  The management wish to thank 'ho  Messrs- Coates for their thoughtfulness  in following the canoe in their launch  duribg practice, n kindness much appreciated.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  DON ZOMBRO IS A BAY STALLION  18.3   hands,   sired by   Zonbro, dam  Rambler Moid, by Rodgirl, by    Marquis, by Bullion Wilkes.  Don Zombro started 2 ysars ago In tha  three-minute trot or pace at Kelowaa  and Vernon, winning both races, making a' '"ark at Vernon ol 2.33.  Some of his colts are stepping in  better than 2,30 before thsy are two  years old, notably Zombronum, which  promises to be in the 2.10 list in 1914  He is a beautiful darv mahogany  hay, a great produser, and kind i.nd  gentle in disposition.  Don Zombro will stand (or service  at Max Jenkins St Co.'s stable  TERMS:  $15 for single leap; $20  for season;  $25 to insure  (Payable when mare proves to be in foal)  Think of the Company behind the  car, and you'll realize why Fords  and Government bonds are bought  with equal assurance. Strongest  financially; world wide in scope;  largest in volume of output. We  build our reputation into the car  and guarantee service afterwards  Six hundred dollars ia the price ol the Ford  runabout; the touring car ia eix fifty ; lhe town  car nine hundred���f. o. b. Ford, Ont., complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particulars (rom  BURBANK MOTOR CO. - KELOWNA. B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Plants  in great variety  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A fresh supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived  CUTFLOWERS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Phone 88  PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b0-ii7   THE   "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doora north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking.  Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 centa  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, &c.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  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  R. A. COPELAND   -   Owner  Now Open  Morgan's  Ice Cream Parlors  Opposite Board of Trade office*  We Make our own Ice Cream  entirely of the Purest Cream Obtainable, and our  parlors are cool, clean and comfortable.  Ice Cream in Bulk  aupplied in any quantity for parties, ore.  Pure Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco  FRANK W. MORGAN     -  -     PROPRIETOR  ������'��� THURSDAT.-JlHiY 16, 1914  KELOWNA  RECORD  PAGE SEVEJ.  Agents for  McCormick and Deering  Rakes  Mowers &  Hay Tedders  AU the different sizes in sleek  Feed  Baled Hay  ^   Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealere in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  25 p.c. Reduction on Grass Chairs  for tke month of June only  Thia Rocker only $5 Thia Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Phone 3302 Box 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  Government Tailing Vigorous Measures Against  Noxoui Weeds  Table Showing Best Method of Control  In a communication Irom Deputy  Minister Scott of the department of  agrioulture he states^that it is the  wish of the department to oall the attention of farmers and landowners  generally in the district, to the necessity for waging a vigorous campaign  against noxious weeds, which are becoming so prevalent,in many of our  best fanning districts throughout tire  provinoe.  All provincial constables and forest  guards have been again appoioted as  agents for the department towards lho  enforcement of the provisions of the  Noxious Weeds Act. In addition, Noxious Weed Inspectors have been appointed in different districts of tbo  province, whose duties will be to carefully go over their districts, see that  farmers and land owners are taking  the necessary steps to destroy the  weeds growing on, their lands, and iu  the event of non-comnliance with notices served on them, to institute proceedings against them.  The department is determined to use  every legitimate effort to have the  provisions af the act strictly enforced,  and looks for the whole-hearted cooperation of the farmers themselves in  this most important matter.  In the following statement,     whloh  as been drawn up in the department  with    regard   to the* noxious wee-Is.  which are listed in the Aot, methods ol  destruction are outlined:  '.INSTRUCTIONS RE DESTROYING  NOXIOUS WEEDS  Tho following table shows that weeds  may bo divided into three classes:���  Annuals, Biennials and Perennials.  1.���Annuals complete their growth iu  a year. The prevention of the formation of sued for one year, followed by  careful cultivation to kill all young  plants, will soon eradicate Annuals.  In addition to this, all seed in the  soil should be encouraged to germinate  in ordor to complete control,  2.���Biennials require two seasons tn  complete their growth, the flowers and  seeds being produced during the *so-  ond year. Due notioe should be taken  of this fact when fighting weeds of  this class.  3.���Perennials are plants whioh continue to grow for many years, being  propagated by underground root-  stalks, stems, etc, as well as by seeds.  Tho aim in fighting perennials should  be to prevent any growth from being  made, htn3e starve the root systems.  ���There is no known weed which Cannot bo eradicated if proper measures  are taken. Never allow seed to ripen,  and if they da, encourage them to  grow so the plants may be killed . ov  cultivation.  ANNUAL  Name  Timo of  Time of  Method of Control  flowering  seeding  Russian  July-Sept.  Aug.-Nov.  Harrow grain crops as late as possi  Thistle  ble;    hand-pull   weeds    from waste  places. Prevent any seed from ripening.  Plant clean seed;  rotate crops;    in  Wild Mustard June-Sept.  Aug.-Sept.  or Charlock  duce dormant seeds in soil to gor-  gerniinato by giving full cultivation.    Hund-pull.  Tumbling  June.-Aug.  July-Sept.  Mustard  Same treatment as lor Wild Mustard.  Ball  Juno-Aug.  July-Sept.  Mustard  Sum ��� treatment as for Wild Mustard.  Stink  May    until  July until  Destroy    plants before   seeds ripen,  Weed  l'ost comes  frost comes  Encourage seeds in soil to germinate  and then kill younj plants with hur-  Ragweed  July-Sept.  Aug.-Nov.  Hnnd pull Irom grain fields, and  mow from roadsides before seed tip-  Blue Bur ol  Junc-Aug.  July-Oct.  Sow clean seed; hand pull from   the  Stick Sssd  waste places and mow young plants  to prevent formation of seed.  Dodder  . Juno-July  Aug.-Sept.  Sow olean seed; hand pull when it  appears; if in small patches cover  with straw and burn.  Wild Oats  June-July  July-Aug.  Rotation of crops with olean cultivation of the hoed crop. Indues  seed to germinate in spring and then  kill young plants.  BIENNIAL  Bull  July-Aug.  July-Sept.  Plow or cut    down before   flowers  Thistle  -  open. In pastures cut below crown  of plant. Prevent formation of any  seed for two years.  PERENNIAL  Canada  Juno-Aug.  July-Sept.  Plow deeply just   as flowers    open.  Thistle  or mow then and plow as soon as  new growth appears, Use short orop  rotations.  Perennial  June-Aug.  July-Sept.  Prevent leaf growth by plowing field  Sow Thistle  frequently or by digging plants. Haa  cultivated crops.  Oouoh or  June  July-Aug.  Plow shallow in June, remove root-  Quack Grass  stalks, use cultivated crops.  NEW PRE-EMPTORS' MAPS  Three new pre-emptors' maps, covering the Neohaoo, Chilcoten and North  Thompson districts have just been issued by the surveys branch of the ae  partment ol lands..  The Nechaco sheet shows the territory westward to the Fort George distriot, expending to the Haselton division and embraces tho great interior  lake basiu, and the Neohaoo and other  fertile valleys. The North Thompson  sheet shows the land adjoining the  new.Canadian Northern Pacifio Railway, and extends northward from the  railway belt to the territory embraced  in the maps previously published. It  includes the t'anem Lake, Bridge. Lake  and Bonaparte distriota of Eastern  Lillooet and the Clearwater, Barriere  and Adams Lake distriots, other areas  in whioh settlement is taking place.  The Chilcoten sheet oovers the Northern Lillooet and Southern Cariboo  plateaux and valleys. Another map.  the Qu'esnel sheet, is being completed,  which will covor the-territory between  that embraced in tho Chilcoten and  North Thompson sheets,  lite series ol pre-emptors maps together with the series of pamphlets  published by the department of lands  describing in detail the topographic  aod otter features oi the Fort George  Fort Fraser, Skeenn, Cariboo and the  Peaoe Elver land reoordlng divisions.  will prove of great value to intending  settler..  "LIFE CARDS" THE LAST  NEW THING  There  are many n'w things being  to make Kfe less troublesome, but a system of life cards by  whioh the birth of every individual  and ths prinoipal events of hia life  would be recorded by the authorities  is tho latest advocated by Professor  F. Y. Edgeworth.  The professor urged the advantages  of a method of securing records of  men somewhat on tho system already  used la regard to podigreo animals.  Family pedigrees oould be easily and  accurately compiled, snd litigation  about tho heirship to intestate estates would disappear. Any intending  bigamist oould not go through the form  of marriage with another person because a copy nl his life card should bo  a preliminary to marriage. Minors de  siring marriage oould not falsify theit  ages; people oould not marry in ialan  names; tho accurate conduct of life  insurance would be greatly facilitated,  deserted wives could trace whether thoy  wero wives or widows, and the study  of eugenics would bo greatly facilitated. But who would aot as "Keeper oi  the Cards?"  ���  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  ol work  Furnished Cottage to Rent  ^ Fylly Modern.   Within two minutes of tke lake.  Rent $25 per month  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Electric Fittings  We have just received a shipment of new       '������'  English made Electric Fittings.   The designs are  the  finest we have ever seen  Up-to-Date Chandeliers  and Wall Brackets  add much to lhe attractiveness  of your  house  Silk Lamp Shades,Fancy  Globes, &c.  in an endless variety  Use Electricity in Hot Weather  It is cheaper than keeping a fire going,  and healthy and comfortable  Electric Irons, Toasters, Teamakers, Ranges  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  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  It Pays to Get  the Best in Insurance  And to get it from G. A. Fiiksr, Agort, Crowley Block. (Sty  Kelowna, B.C.June 26th. 1914.  " Mr. G. A. Fiaher, City.  Afsnt Commercial Union Assurance Co.,  Desr Sir,���Wa acknowledge receipt of payment of loas at our recent  fire in the aum of $625.00, with thanks.  Considering that the proof of loas claim waa sent ia only ten days ago  te ths insurance company this early eettlement is vary gratifying and your  company ia the firat to make payment."  Yours very Italy,  MAX JENKINS & CO.  (signed) per Max Jenkins  COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., LTD.  Vancouver, June 29th, 1914.  G. A. Fiaher, Esq., Kelowna, B.C  Dear Sir,���Replying to your letter of the 26th inst., re loaa Jenkins <t  Co-.. . . . for yeur information I might stele thai all Insees we have era  paid for just as promptly as this one ae we consider this fast-class eaW-  tiaing, and we have ao reason for keeping the sscney from the easarad  after the lose ia adjusted.  Yours truly,  A. T. Voa ETUNGER, Branch Manager.  0?  'too. PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914  Annual  Summer Sale  of Men's Wear  Hick'a tales are genuine  there's no doubt about  that���but its something  more than a strictly sum.  mer tele, too. Although  the main object ia to clear  seasonable lines, in order  to make the tale a euc-  ceat eome reduction ia  made on every article  possible    in   the    store  Here are a few pricee,  for instance, on  Man's Suits  Reg. $12.50; Sale price $ 6.50  ..    1300         ��� 9.50  ..    18.50         ��� 13.50  ���   20.00         ��� 14.50  ���   23.00         ��� 15.00  ..   25.00         ��� 20.00  ���   30.00         ��� 24.00  You can reduce your  clothing  eipeneee   by  Luyir,g NOW  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caah Clothing Store  WILLITS1 BLOCK      KELOWNA  Wilson Avenue  Haifw        D- MIDDLETON  L/aiiy   -        Proprietor  fl All our cows have been  tested by Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and certified free from  bovine tuberculosis.       35  'S'mt^r-m*m*v*^*r~mrV**r*9S*s^f*s^*s^-m-^\nj*J-m-m-*S^^-,  R. W.BUTLER  BUILDER Sr CONTRACTOR  Estimates furniahed on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, el) fitted with bsth rooms,  W.C., hot water, tke.  P.O. Box 185  NOW OPEN  ���fur being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  First-Class Service.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 tickets for $1.  V. Lee, Manager.   J. N.Sanders, Prop.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, first and third Sundayi in the  month at 8 a.m.i aacend ind fourth Sunday.*., ntter  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the first and third Sunday*.  Morning Prayer at 11  o'dock;  Evening Prajat nt  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  Firat and third Sunday in month, Matins and Litany  at 11 a.m.  Second Sunday, HolyCommunionat6a.ro.  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A., Reotor.  lS^tV<mWuma^uKmY:mSWuKmfat<mm^^  News From Far and Near  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna,  Mornin, Services at II a.m.: evening senioesat 7:30  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meettn, on Wednesdays at ��� p.m  Rev. A. DUNN. B.D.. Pastor  BENVOULIN PRESBYTERIAN  BETHEL CHURCH!  Service 7.30 p.m.  Sunday School 2.30p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W. T. BEATTIE, Pastor.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church,  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday Sohool at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday at 0 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellis St.  Sabbath Services et 11 e.m. and 7.30 p.m.  abbath School at 9.30 a.m.      All welcome  Wed. 7.30. p.m. Rev. D. J. Welah, Pattor.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keeper*' Suppliei  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricks ���      ���      ���   $2.75 par rick  5 ricka or upwards- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Patrick    ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $11 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  Houses to Rent  7-roomeJ house on SI. Paul ttreet, all  modern oonveniences. Rent $30.00  per month,  4-roomed Bungalow, Riohter street,  electrie light aad oity water. Rent  $20.00 per month.  6 roomed house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rent $30.00 per month.  4-roomed house, good location. Rent  913.00 per month.  Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., Ltd.  OlKfkr.  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PROCESS KNOWN TO the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURED IN WESTERN CANADA  Bv thcClliand-DibbieEnc.C  AGENTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  In Hot Weather  ICE CREAM  makes an ideal dessert  with your dinner. We  can mII you a  Small brick, enough for 8..40c  ,,     pail,        ,,       ���   4.25c  Large brick ,, ��� 16.80c  ,.     pail        ,,        ��� 10..50c  Pint pails 35c  Quart palls 70c  Jutt give ua a phone  call about 20 or 30  minutei before you  want it, and we will  have it delivered for  you, or drop in on your  way home for a pa.il  or a brick.  For the best go to  Alsgard's  PHONE 110  A man in Paris made a bet that lu  could eat fifty eggs ��t 6ne sitting.  He lost.    When he had swallowed Us  forty-Bixth, ho died.  ��� ���   *  And now there cornea a story of a  rich discovery of gold near Kelown.i.  The Okanagan may have plenty of  gold in its lulls, but it cun never hopo  to rival the golden color of Hs     u[>-  plos.���Colonist.  ��� ��   *  Sir Louis Davies, of the 'suprome  Court of Canada, will bo administru  ior af the government whilo tho Unite  of Connaught iB away from Ottawa.  This eminent Canadian is a native of  Chai-lottotown, Prince Edward Island.  ��� ��   *  Rdnhold Boom, a Gorman aviator,  \isin.i the samo biplane as was employed by Landmann in making his  non-stop flight of twVnty-one hours  forty-nine minutes on June 28, last  week made a new duration roc0rd of  twenty-four hours and "twelve minutes.  A man has turned up alive in Moose  ���law, who, twenty years ago, waa supposed to have died, and for whom a  monument has been standing for ll  that time in an Ontario village. i)uv-  ng all those years ho has beon living  quietly in the prairio oity.  m     *     ���  Tho Vernon Jubilee hospital has to  face the problem of a deficit of about  (300 each month, and the directors nt  u recent mooting decided to presB the  city council for a maintenance grant,  and to urge tho provincial government  to increase its present per diem allowance per patient.  ��� ��   *  Tho Summerland Telephone company continues to extend its business  Might eon phonos were added to the exchange last month alone. Now laterals aro being put up, and it is expected that the number of phones in aor-  vicowill soon total 360;  ��� *  *  Recent general assemblies ol tlio two  great factions of tho Presbyterian  churches in Scotland���tho established  church of Scotland and thc independent Untied Freo Church���will be followed during the year by negotiations  which arc said to lie promising for  n union of those rival bodies, mending an historical quarrel.  ��  *  ���  Mr. Austen Chamberlain issued an  address lo the electors of West Birmingham stating that he had accepted  the invitation of the Unionist Association in thnt division to become a candidate for the representation of tho  constituency, so intimately associated  with his father's name and with bin  whole public life.  *  *  ���  Reports from IqultOS state that the  wild tribosmen on the Upper Mnranon  ure again out on the war path, und  have been responsible for an appalling  massacre of settlers. The Haranon, in  the north of Peru is, of course, u  tributary of tho Amazon, and tho district around it has lately earned an  unenviable reputation for the number  of outrages by Indians.  The    Canadian   Medioal Association  meeting at St. John, X. B*. choBs Vancouver, B.  O.j) as its meeting     place  next year.  j ...  The general election in Australia  will, according to the statement of  Mr, Cook, the Federal premier, be held  on Sept. 5th.  ...  I The so-called Knglish Walnut iB almost- exclusively tho product of  France, whence Huh country imports  from  15,000,1)00 to 25,000,000    pounds  annually.  ...  In tho Chilean Andes there is a laito  10,000 feet up in tho mountains whioh  is prevented only by a granite w��li a  few foot thick from devastating tho  valley below.  Vancouver has had a pageant and  the city council refuses to pay vhe  deficit which has arisen in the financing of tho event.  i ...  Emigration westward, which has been  gradually fulling off since tbo beginning of the year lias now shown a decided tendency towards a slump. The  shipping compnnijvs of both tho United  Kingdom and the continent aro feeling  the effect vory severely.  I ...  ( FruH growers of the Niagara lis-  trict have decided to co-operate for  tho purpose of cutting out tho middlemen in the salo of. fruit. With that  end in view twenty retail stores uru  being oponcd in Toronto for this season's trade.  ...  In 1518 a battle was fought hoar  Milan, in Italy, and so perfect was Urn  'armor of both armies that, although  the conflict raged from !> a.m., to 5  p.m., no one on either side was either  killed  or wounded,   though   one    man  |broke his collar bone by falling off his  1 horse.  I   . ������'  I Upton's Limited has boen removed  'from tlio list of contractors for tlio  British army. This stop was taken as  'a consequence of tho recent scandal in  connection with the army canteon coo-  tracts for which several army officers  and civilian employees of Uptons Limited wore convicted on charges of receiving anil giving bribes.  ...  A co-operative creamery has beon  opened at Unity, Sask., being the lnt-  cst of similar ventures established in  the province under the auspices of  the provincial government. Tho establishment will lie managed by an ox-  pert dairyman appointed by the government, which assumes tho entire running of the creamery itself.  ...  j The Methodist Kpiscopal Church will  build a million dollar skyscraper at  tho corner of Washington and Clarke  streets, in the heart of the down town  business district of Chicago. The  building will bo on tho site of the  historic First M. E. church and    will  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate ir. dti*  plex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  contain a new First Church, a book  store and offices of tho Methodist  Hook concern.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lettes Kelowaa 9 t.m., 3.30 p.m  Lutm Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leans Weetbank 11.30 a.tr.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  T'hone No. 106  G. H- E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in tha Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendoii Street,   ���   Ktiowna  m^mmm^mmvm-ammmmm^mmmw^mm.sat.jrmsmral  Thc dethroned emperor of the t'ules-  tial Empire���still a more child��� is permitted to retain his lull rule ovor  stato in private life. Ho is living  I with a dozen or so of very exalted relations of tho Imperial clan in n gro.it  ^ountrypalneo somo distance outside  I Peking, and is being educated almost  entirely by picture films.  e   e   e  Tho Medley Cold Mining Company  has dsclnred tho second quarterly di.i-  dond of 8 per cont, for tho year,  amounting to SOO.OOO. This makes  a total ol 1120,000 distributed in dividends so lar thia yoar and $1,272,-  000 distributed In dividends bIiico tho  mino was takon ovor by tho preBont  company in July, 1110(1, and is equivalent to 106 per cent on tho capitalization.  see  An attempt to destroy tho cottage  at Ayr, whoro Robert Burns, tho poet,  was born in 17511, was made just before daylight last Thursday morning  by mombers of tho militant unffragntto  arson squad. Two women woro surprised by tlio night watchman in iho  very net of placing fire bombs against  the doors and windows of this Scottish shrine. Ono of tho militants was  captured but tho other escaped.  , e ��� e   s  The Liverpool chamber oJ commerce  has started a movoment wiih the ob-  oct of making tho inHiimnoe of stoer-  ago passengers on ocean linns compulsory. Tho advocates of this policy contended that there would he no dnli-  eulty in slightly increasing tho passage rates (or emigrants in order to  cover tho cost of insurance, and that  such a step would obviate thc necessity of making appeals to the public  lor funds in case ol disaster.  The smallost convention to moot in  San Francisco in 1915 among tho 235  'nlready listed; will bo tho Baronial  Order of liunnyiuede. This ordor is  composed of the direct descendants of  tho twenty-five barons who wrested thu  |Magnn Charts from King John in the  yenr 1215. Thoro aro in tho United  States loss than 100 members, Juno  15th, 1915, will bo Magna Charts Day.  ���   .   e  An attempt lo cross tho Atlantic in  a 30-foot motor boat will be mado  during noxt month by Lawronco Mar-  plus, agod 22 years, a resident of Winnipeg. Marples lxiliovos that by taking tho northerly route via Bollo hlo  he can mako tho trip in a little ovor  seven days, nveraging 15 miles )cr  hour. Tho crnft will carry a minin-  turo wiroloss apparatus with a radius  of six miles.  see  A suffrngotte, 90 foot tall and with  a name of oi|ual proportions, stands  nt the contro of "Tho Zone" of thc  Tanama-l'acifio International Exposition. Tho lady's name is Miss Panama Pankalino Imo^ono F.qunlrights and  she ia olad in tho latest stylo. More  than 500 yards of cloth are required  for' this stylo. Sho carries a drum  and a flag labeled "Votes for Womon."  I  ' Before .the now British syBtem of freo  law for litigants whoso worldly possessions do not exceed 8250 in value  had boen in force two dnys nearly 1,-  500 applications had boon received by  ;tho.committee of court officers entrusted with the work of dealing with them.  Of those applications between 550 anl  600 were suits for divorce, and next  in point of number came monetary  disputes.  ���lary5  Kootenay  ���just  lining. Ask the McGlary dealer to show you.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED  Next door to Tait's   Shoe  Store    -" Bernard Avenue  Wnnrl' Dry Pine and Fir, 16-i  ��    *   \u�� Xa�� \el ��� Guaranteed dry wood ready (or burning  -in.  eady (or burning  CASH PRICES  One to (our ricks.. .$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Ckjnagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 96)  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New and Second-Hand Harness.   Special Sanitary  Sweat  Pads and Back Pads,        They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harneaa Maker  Store adjoining the 25c store  KELOWNA  Milk From Healthy Cows  Our cows have all been tested during the past week by  Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and have  been certified  FREE FROM BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  THE A. L. L. DAIRY A. Lance   ���   Prop.  Our Dairy snd Afternoon Tee Room is now open  on Pendozi Street, (or sale of Teas, smell fruits and  cream  Two Deliveries Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Pendoii Street, Phons 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  Phone 257  P.O. Bo. 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  PLUMBERS  REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES  at| the rear of Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  (Entrance through the store)  ���omMm  <?i,TTT       '  "Corson's"are exclusively found on  the dressing tables  of discriminating-  gentlewomen. They  prefer Corson's  because of the delicate refinement and  the charm of the  exclusive Corson  odors.  Sold hy all druggists.  sovsastoN rsarUHia mmitbd  Toaorrro, ont. e  mmm Palm-Olive  Special  The manufacturers are going  > to give you the benefit of their  advertising,  instead   of   the  magazines  I        With every purchase of  Palm-Olioe Cream or  Palm-Olive Shampoo,  st 50c  s package, we will  Clre you���  Three large cakes Palm-Olive  Soap, with the manufacturers'  compliments.   This soap sella  regularly at ISc* cake  KBEOWNA  REgJHLP  GRAY'S.  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  is open on  Thursday  Friday &  Saturday  ��� 10am. to5p.m.  Nsw mountings have arrived���and  will please you  Rowelffe Block tStfriauu  PROMINENT TMEOSOPHBT  IJECTBRES'W KEtOtNA  (Continued (row Page One.)  !P.B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND.  STATIONERS   .  | Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININO  REGULATIONS  Sealed tenders, addressed to the  un-  Ilersigned, and endorsed "Tender tor  'ublio Building, Merritt, B. C." will  ye received at this office until 4.00 p.  n., on Tuesday, July 38, 1914 (or the  ^instruction of a Publio Building at  ��erritt, B. C.  Plans, specification and form of con-  kraot oan be seen and form of tender  (obtained at the office of Hr. W. Hon-  nerson, Besident Architect, Viotoria,  JB. C, at the Post Office, Merritt, B.  C, and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders' will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with th'ir actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. Tn the case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  of ths occupation and. place of residence of each member 6f the firm must  be given.  Eaph tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfeited if tho person tendering decline t'o enter into a contract when  called upon to do so or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  Ito aoeept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  H. C. DESROCHERS.   H Secretary.  [Department of Publio Works.  Ottawa, June 29, 1914.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  tbo Province of British Columbia, may  be leased lor a t"m ol twenty-one  years at an annual rental of tl an  acre. Not more than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications for the lease must he  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the .district  in which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  od territory tho tract applied lor  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application .must be accompanied by a fee of 15 whieh will be  refunded if the rights applied tor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five oents per ton.  Ths person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting (or the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and/pay the  royalty thereon, If tire coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished at least  onoe a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purohase whatever  available surface rights may be eon-  sidered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of 110 an acre.  For full information application  ahould be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of ths Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication    of  this advertisement will not be paid (or  Newspapers will not bs paid (or this  I advertisement if thot insert it without  authority from the Department.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  misers and all appliances (er concrete  construction ef every kind, and ass  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I have had many years  experience.  All Kindt of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE r  I Clemenl * Riles' eJBce, WooUeUr A��.  RarmerEbea Renter Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4)04  W.C. AITKEN  |BUILdER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing Work ��� specialty  Office t No. 6, Crowley Block. Kelowna ,  P.O. Boa 511 I  rHEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Bos 362  M. PEASE. S.M.GORE  | President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  tbe undersigned, and endorsed *Tender  for Publio Building, Ashcroft, B.C.,"  will be received at thia offioe until 4  p.m., on Tuesday, August 4th, 1914,  for tbe construction ol a Publio Building at Ashcroft, B.C,  Plans, specification, and lorm of contract oan be soon and forms of tender  obtained at the offioe of Hr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Viotoria, B.  C, ai the Post Office, Ashoroit, B.C.,  and at this department.  Persona tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with' their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places ol residence, lu the oase ol  firms, the; aotual signature, tb* nature  of the occupation and place ol residence of each member of the firm must  be given.'  Each tender must be accompanied by  an aooepted cheque on a chartered  hank, payable to the order of the Hon  orable the Minister of Publio Works,  equal to ten,per cent (10 p.o.) of the  amount of the tender, whioh will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline  to enter into a contract when called  upon to do to or'fall to complete the  work contracted for. If the tender be  oot accepted, the cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to aoeept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  B. C. DE8B0CHEE8,  ^^^^B Secretary.  Department of Publio Works,  Ottawa, July 9, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement |f they insert 14 without  authority from the Dspartrnant.-��31SS  38-4  Evidence in the New Testament  abounds in significant passages���'when  they were alone*��� 'Them that are  without'��� 'He expounded all things  to'his disciples.'  "'Then there is the phrase which  many would explain away���"Give not  that whioh is holy unto dogs, nether  oast your pearls before ���wins', referring to those not having been initiated into the mysteries. ,',  "There are many terms used to designate the circle of. initiates, suoh as  'the narrow path,' 'the perfect,' 'ths  second birth,' 'the little child.' "  According to the lecturer the Theoso-  phlcal Society numbers among its  members, Hindus, Buddhists, Mohammedan., Zoroastrians and Christians,  and It is the testimony of these members after the study of Throsophy eaoh  takes up the study of his own religion  with greater enthusiasm than ever before, finding in it now and undreamed  nf inspiration and a greater devotion  to their founders,  He concluded the lecture by pointing out to his audience that to every  age and people religions ami their'  founders have come to proclaim tne  bettor individual and social life of  man; and in the moral grandeur tt  the life of the founders is the message  nf the nature and reality of tho spiritual life and power possible for every man. This message was repeated  for our time and raoe through tho  majestic personality of tbe Galilean,  whose oocult teaching stood forth  clothed in the authority of knowledge.  THE COMING CHRIST  On Tuesday night his talk was upon  "The Coming Christ",   .  "Christ is coming to earth again,  as He did 2000 years ago,".according  to Mr. Unger.  "The world is calling for B religious  teacher that will sound out a new note  of life. "Science, art, literature, music  Capital, labor, and all economic questions are waiting for a solution of  their problems, and history has taught  us that when a great teacher is needed he is sent.  "In Egyptian history you may read  of thj great teacher Hermes, who gave  to the people of the second sub-race  their policy of government and religion. The great teacher of the third  sub-race was Zoroaster, who gave to  the Persians a religion of singular purity. Later Orpheus came to the  Greeks and taught them the law .ind  beauty of life. Five hundred years  before Christ another great teacher  came, and this time to the Hindus,  Gautama Buddhs. At the birth ol the  fifth sub-rnce, the Teutonic, the teacher was thi one we know of as the  ChriBt."  Mr. Unger spoke of a "Great White  Brotherhood," composed of men who  have reached the highest development  of occult powers, and who live in such  places as Thibet and Egypt. They  have sent out the word the Christ is  to really revisit the earth; that a iif*  race is to be reborn, known by theo-  sophiste as the sixth sub-race.  "In looking at the different sub-ra.-m  world teacher oame, and according  to the needs of eaoh sub-race shaped  and moulded the diriment ideals ior  their own special and peculiar evolution.  ''By testimony of the ethnologists, u  new type of sub-race is now beginning  io rise. What is the inevitable corollary? Shall the world teacher refuse  to oome as he came in every similar  instance?  "No. Divine teaohere aro ever sent  forth by those who have in keeping  the evolution of humanity. Great move  ments for the helping and uplifting of  men havo their origin in the guardians  of the world, who are managing ths  world's events and the affairs of men,  Irom the invisible side ol life, making  progress and perfection possible.  "Taa new note must soon be sounded for our humanity, and the Christ  will sound it, and with It a new religion will be born that will unite all  religions. Theosophlsta everywhere are  endeavoring to prepare the world (or  His coming, and thus avoid history  repeating itself by the same sad tragedy of the cross,  'How shall wo know; Him when He  comes? fly developing the Christ-like  qualities in daily lire," says Mr. Un-'  ger, "qualities that go to make up the  spiritual man-cultivate reverence mid  devotion���grasp something of an understanding of ths perfect love and  purity of Hia nature, and as you do  this you will show forth the Christ, so"  when He comes you will know Him  because the Christ in you beareth witness; and lastly the world teacher will  be justified by Jhe teaching.  "His OeaoUng   will be   the brother  hood of religions-broth'jrhood of nun  He will tell the rich their responsibility to the poor; He wll tell the wise  their ^responsibility to the ignorant:  .He will teach such virtues as co-operation, to erance, gentleness, reverence  and magnanimity. The g^gi mov0.  ment of today toward universal pea*  will, in the near future, be incarnate  in human history." i  There-was a good attendance" at  each of the lectures which were 'free,  with the exception of a collection to  defray expenses  BAND CONOEBT  Following.is the projram whirh wild,  be rendered tomorrow night at tliaj  park. '  March "Orchard (Hty" ... N. Bornholdt  Respectfully  dedicated  to     Mayor]  ���Tones, of Kelowna.  Overture "Enchantmont." .   Hermann  Walts "The Social Whirl" . . Holmes!  Two Step, "When U'b Apple Blossom  Time in Normandy" nnd    "Adam  and Kvo had a    Wonderful Time.''  "'���  Gilford  Serenade, "Drotims of Lnvo." . Pulton,  Cornet Solo N, Bortho1.Hf  Selection.    "Bolionrian Girl" . . Bn'tfel  0 Canada.  N. Bornholdt, conductor.  ROBIN HOOD TOMORROW NIGHT  Tomorrow (Friday) night at the  Opera House tho romantic story of  "Robin Hood" will be shown in four  reels of moving, pictures. This production is a special and has been procured at considerable trouble and expense  although the admission, price will remain as usual. The pictures show  some wonderful scenic effects, the photography is brilliant and the story  holds your interest from beginning to j  end, and has been' declared to be even  more pleasing that the opera itself.  The management have every confidence  in recommending this aB a picture of  tho highest merit.  EJNGLAND  Plena,  Famished  Estimates  I  Prov^Y��i*^Vvlft  Good Luck.  That was Napoleon's formula for success, and  it merely meant foresight and knowledge.  If you Would ptotldeyourself' With good tack  in your daily life, read'the "advertisements, Ad  take adavantsge of the Information live tner-  chanU'glve yott in rtfcard to fheir merchandize.  You will find valuable snd many saving points  in the advertising columns.  'Illala.tHaa'il taHitiWaallllil'HIIllr I I1' IS     '** '   mmZmi 'It "���I" IiiIlmIH rli.jilll .....  I     ��� "* I ^^Mmmml^^tr  stBfaTataaski  If ItsMadec^ Leather  WE CXN foEPAlR IT  See our stack of New aad Second.Hand  Hkraaes.   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pada and Back Pads,       Thay can ba washed.  ,  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET Harness Maker KELOWNA  Store adjoining the tie atore  Special for Saturday Next  t)ont' miss this.    We will offer numerous  DOLLAR BARGAINS.   Sale  prices throughout our store.  See our windows  Dalgleish & Harding  m  I  Hardware  Furniture l'AGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  -   THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914  [ WANTED! ) .AJfife,,  Prepaid Rates: 2 oents per word  first .insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for-less than 26 oanta.  All classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to thc cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items. . ���  Copy may bs received lor these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR  SALE  FPH SALE.��� Second-hand bicyclo *15.  Apply llox "II" Record; S4-6  HAV. FOR SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  und Clovor. Also Mixed. Central  Oluinugun Lauds Ltd. or Clennioro  Hunch, !)4tl  FOR SALE OH RENT.- Six roomed  house on Wilson Avenue. Price  12,000, Terms arranged, Apply E,  England. 2?tf  FOK SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  and lot, $1250, class in. Apply Hou  14!) Kelowna. 19tf.  FOR SALE.- Arsenate of Lead, 1, 5,  and 25 pound sizes. Kelown^ Growers Exchange. *2IHf  TEAMS FOR SALE.-Hoavy draft and  general purpose. Apply J. Morrison  R. R. I. Phone 3410. 28tf.  FOB SALE.��� Pure lired young Berks-lure pigs. Also two seated surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Oil-  worth. 30lf.  TO RENT  FOR RENT���Furnished rooms for light  housekeeping, on lake shore, Abbotl  si reel. Apply Itox "!���" Record office. 34-6p  FOR RENT.���8-roomed house with all  modern convonienCQS on Bernard avenue, just east o' Presbyterian church.  Rent very reasonable. Apply II. ������.  Williams, or P.O. Box 5!<i.        84tf.  TO  RENT. ���Furnished rooms <  shore.  Apply P.O. .Box 186.  Lake  tltf.  I'O RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent 118.50 per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtf  FOR RENT. - Five roomed cot-  tago with bath. Stockwell avjnue.  Apply P.O. Box 201, Kolowna.   27M  SITUATION VACANT  WANTED���Probationer Nurse for the  Kelowna Hospital. Apply G. A.  Fisher,  secretary. 8HI,  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED.���j Work by li"okkce>��r or  collector. Part or full time. Apply  box "W" Jlocohl. 4p  WANTED.��� l'osition in store, by mid-  dlo uged mnn. Large experience,  good advertiser und business builder.  Apply box "D" Record. 3tp  WASHING AND HOUSEWORK-Wunt-  od by hour or day. Apply MiBs Bsrg  or Miss Nelson, Ellis St. x  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hereron will  pay tho highest mar ot price for  heifor or bull calves ol any ngo. 3ltf  NTHAYEI).-Rod bull o,Jf, strayed to  my yard on the night ol July 2nd.  Ownor can hnvo same on identifying  nnd paying expense*. Huwtrey,  South Kelowna. 33-6  LOST.���Whito'groy pony  on Monday,  6th, strayed toward Okanagan Mission from    Kelowna.    Own>r,    Dick  .lennons, II. C. Growers. Reward t 6  33-4  Private Sale of  Household Furniture  Practically new  Apply at once, Mri. Reid, Glenn Ave  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thit school offers a thorough, modern  education, with  careful training and  refined home life.   Terms moderate.  For prospectus, oic, apply  Mis* LeGALLAIS *-   Principal   20tf  Sealed temlora, addressed to tho undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders fur  Public Building, Ashcroft, 11. C." will  ho received at this ollicn until -1.00 p.  \a., on Tuesday, August 4, 1914, ior  the construction of a Public Building  at Ashcroft, B. C.  Plans, specifications and form of contract can bo soon and forms of tender  obtained at tho office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, d.  C, at the post office, Ashcroft, B.C.,  and at this department,  Persons tendering are notified thai  tenders will not b? considered unless  made on tlio printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In lhe case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  of tho occupation und place of resi-  denoe of eaoh member of tho firm must  bo given. *  Each tender must be accompanied by  an nccoptod cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to tho order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ttn per cent (10 p.t.J  of the amount of the tender, which  will bo forfeited if tho poison tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted ihe,cheque  w'Ul be returned,  The department dues not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tendor.  By order,  R. 0. &ESR0OHERS.  Secretary.  Department  of Public Works,  Ottawa, duly 3, l!)14.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department.  34-5  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  PL:is and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND COMPANY  LIMITED  Tenders are invited for tho clearing  of certain areas of land on tiie above  proporty.  Particulars may be obtained at thc  Company's ofliors, Dornnrd Avenue,  Kelowna.  Tenders must reach the Company by  Saturday, eighteenth dny (18th) July,  1914.  SOUTH KELOWNA LAND CO.  LIMITED.  HUBERT T. MEUGENS  82-34. Seoy.-Treas.  Magnetic Healing  Those interested inquire  Box 633 - - Kelowna  33.4P  As tho Cannery contcinplalos a vory  heavy run this season, wo aro desirous  ol employing all the women and girls  we can obtain locnlly.  A kindergarten will be maintained  whoro Binall children of women desiring employment will receive good oaro  during the day free ol chnrge. Kindly  send in your namos lor registration.  WESTEBN CANNEHS LTD.  Launch for Hire  for Picnics, &c.  Apply Cather, Harvey Avenue  Phone 250  Jiel  ICE  Delivered to any part ol the city in  wholesale or retail quantifies. Prices  on application to  H. B. BURTCH  ,    ��� Bankhead  Phone 180 2Uf,  SP1RELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr.  Mathie's (ovsr tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday ol eaoh week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0,  Box 626, Kelowna. Mil.  Onion Crowing Methods  in Western Oregon  Onion growing in western Oregon has  has developed from a side-line carried  on by a few men to a specialized industry, carried on by over 200 growers who produce over 20,000 tons of  onions annually. Some of those growers, who are now old men, have studied tho husin -SB from boyhood, but  claim they hnve still much to learn.  It is an art that can 1 e grasped aud  understood1 only by clos* and ourcfid  study.  THE SOIL  Tho soil in which the anions are  grown is what is usually called "Beaver Dam," a mixture of silt and  hlac't murk; tho former giving body  to tlie soil, while the latter supplies  un abundance of humus. Light sandy  foil produces onions of first clars quality, but tlio yield is not so high as  on the muok land.  I)ltAINA<!l.  (loud drainage is ossential to lot air  into the snil and thus give th.) t�� til  bacteria tho best conditions under  which to work. The method used . on  Iho muck land is to lay a system of  tilo drains 2 feet deep, in which a  main drain co. n-ctB with aU the lutar  nls which run out at right angles, ni.d  are placed from 40 to 10 fret apart.  according to conditions. The system is  [laid practically level, though sometimes a very small fall is used, 'lhe  reason for this is that water travels  througn the soil very easily and lho  pressure above tho th is sutUciont to  cause the water to flow. Another iM  vantage of the level tile drain will nt*  discussed under "Irrifntioiv."  ,    FERTILIZERS  Fertilizers are used very genor.il.y.  Some growers report good results troin  the application of barnyard manure  at the rate of 20 to 30 tons par act p.  This has been successful y s.ibu.t lied  by a cover of Vetch sown aH^r trunnion harvest and plowed under just  before spring seeding. Muriate of  potash, 225 lbs, per acre, and bono  meal 110 pounds per acre, sown broadcast and harrow* d in in the spring,  gives ijood results when applied every  two years. Nitrate of soda, 100 lbs.  applied broadcast at seeding time was  found beneficial in certain cases.  CULTIVATION  The soil iB worked into a high state'  of cultivation as early in the spring  aa possible to allow for curly seeding.  All lumps ai'u broken down to give a  moist, firm bed for the seed, und to  prepare the ground for,the wheel-hoes  thut aro nstd later for cultivation. The  seed is sown with a seed drill about  the first of April in rows 13 inches  upurii; the drill drops 20 to 25 seeds  to the yard and oo;era than, with  about three-ipuarters of an inch of  soil, which is firmed by the rear  wheel. The wheel hoe cultivators a*"e  started as soon as the onions are two  inches high, and are used throughout  the summer to kill th? weeds und maintain a fine mulch, which prevents excessive evaporation of the soil moisture. Evory effort is made to k?epthe  weeds in chock because if they once  become well established, tho extra  hand weeding then necessary lowers  tho profits. The onions are thinned  o li to 2 inches apart when the danger of maggot injury is over, which  is about the middle of May.  THE SEED  " Wilh no vegetable, except cauliflower  end cabbage, is it so important to  have a good strain of seed. If saved  from bulbs of imperfect development.  "sea lions", instead of disirab.e onions will be formed. The western Oregon onion growers produoe all their  own s.-ed, and plant nothing but pure  fresh seed. Onion seed seldom retains  its vitality over ono year, and if tha  old sad do.-s grow, tho plant will  hatdlv c\er produce a good bulb. They  started with the Yellow Globe Dan  vor. From year to year oaeh grower selected his own seed, and, as a  result, the quulity of the present  i train, if anything, is better than tlio  original. In this way, the onions bo-  tame fully adapted to the soil and  conditions of each location. 6A vory  good oxample of tho necessity of home  grown seed was demonstrated last  summer by a grower who sowed some  Imported seed beside his own. His own  seed yiolded fully 50 per cent mon*  marketable onions per acre than did  the outside seed.  For seed, tho best onions are selected at harvest time, tho'oighly cured  and stored until the followng spring  About the first of April they are set  out about 8 inJ.es apart, and fi Inches  drop, in rows 18 inohes apart; They  are covered with 2 inches of soil at  first, more soil being added as the  onioBB grow. The seed heads arc  removed in September and placed on a  canvas sheet In the sun to dry, after  which thoy are threshed, and thc  seed cleaned ftnd stored. Ten bags of  onions produoe 40 to 60 lbs. of seed.  IRRIGATION  Onions, like a'l other crops, must  have sufficient moisture for the best  results; therefore, wh n necessary, the  croj s are irrigat d. On level lands,  sub-iniga'ion is useJ, but where thare  ib a slope to ths land, the water is  run in little furrows between the rows  of onions. Care is taken in the latter  method not allow the water to  "wash" the soil. The furrows must  not he to> Ion:, or the soil at the  top becomes too wet before there iu  sufficient moisture at the lower tide,  of the field*. In the sub-irrigation  method the wator is run into tho tile  drain-t at ono a d in sufficient quantities to cause some to run out at the  lower ind. In this way the plant ro-  ceives moisture by see' n e i nd Capillary action. Too much water must  not be applied as it will flood the soil  and five the onions a serious setback. Irrigation is stopped in the  latte- pi rt of AiiTU't. to givo tho  rl.nts time to mature More harvest.  HARVESTING  Harvesting is one of the mod vital  points with which the grower has to  deal in o.der to got his onions thoroughly cured. The onions are pulled  by hand when about thre^-quarters of  tho tops are down, which is about the  first of September. The plants from  four rows are put into one windrow,  the tops being laid on tho bulbs, because all moisture must be dried out  of the Io.js. The curing goes on out  in tho sun for a month during which  time the on'o.is aro turned over with  rakes to insure thorough drying.  STORAGE  About tho end of September, when  cured and* perfectly dry, the onions,  tops und all. are hauled into the  storehouses and pki&ed loose On slatted  shelves which are 20 inches apart.  They soon settle to 16 inches, thus a  space is fornud for air circulation between the shelves. The floor of the  storage is made of 2 x 4 inch scantling  placed .Jj-incli apart and the shelves are  made of 1 x 6 inch boards, plaocd  i-inch apart. Tho air cornea in  through th se ventilators in the foundation, and up thro lgh tha floor, to  the ceiling where it passes out at a  ventilator in the roof. In thia way a  current is passing through the onions,  which prevents heating. All tho ventilators are fit-ted with doors which  may be closed or opened at will. The  Walls of thc building are well insulated  to keep out culd and heat. During the  very hot or very cold weather, ;or  when tho atmosphere is very humid,  the ventilators a"e closed. Thus tho  temj ei'ature and humidity of the storage houses are kept as constant as  possible.  Plans of an up-to-date western Oregon oiion storage house may be obtained by applying to the Department  of Agriculture, Victoria. B. C.  PACKING  The growers start to pack and ship  their onions in the fall as soon, as  they are in the storage, and continue  until the crop has been disposed of,  which iB usually in March. AH the  topping, grading, packing, weighing,  etc., is done in the storage house.  The onion topping machine has boen  found an economical investment where  there are 200 tons or more to be topped. Tiie onions are graded upon a  slatted table -U feet high, 7 feet long,  and 5 feet wide; the top is made of  Ii inch slats placed 14 inches apart.  Boards 4 inches high around the sides  of tho table, keep the onions from  falling off. A long the front of the  table, at the centre, there ib a place  cut out for the onion bag. Two men,  one on each sido of the bag, do the  grading. Tho following grades arc  used:  No. 1,���Sound onions above tho Bize  of a silver dollar, or 1J inches in  diameter.  No. 2.���or "Boilers" are sound onions below 14 inches in diameter.  No. 3.���are soft, otherwise useless  on'ons, whieh are usually waste.  Grades Nos. 1, and 2 are packed in  100 pound sacks, eaoh sack being  woighed before it loaves the storage.  The sack package is used exclusively  by the onion growers.  MARKETING  Tho Confederated Onion Growers' Association was organized to control the  Oregon onion market? and to get in  touch with wider markets.  The officers, etc.,, a president, three  vice-presidents, a secretary and treasurer, are elected by the members each  year. ���.  The Board of Control is composed of  a men elected from eaoh division, of  which there are twelve, one In eaoh  section of the surrounding oountry.  The Board meet in their office in Portland every Saturday during the onion  season, to discuss the markets and  determine the sales,  .Two commission men are employed  by tho Association to act us, sales  agpents. The sales agents receive 8  cents per sask commission for selling  the onions,   whioh amount thsy   col-  FUNNY, ISN'T IT?  FUNNY, that when a person fioci  away (rom Kelowna on a visit,,  whether to the east, west, north or  south, or even back "'pme," that they  are never contented until they are back  in Kelowna ones more. After all there  is nothing so very funny about it either,  at least no more than there is in a  person who has been accustomed to use  Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits  trying to get satisfaction in any other line.   Like a wanderer  from home they are never contented until once more they have  Huntley & Palmer Biscuits  We have had a long wait for an order  but it is here now and although we  advertised their arrival by putting them  in the window last week, we again  through these columns wish to apprise  you of the fact that a new lot of all  the old standbys, and a few .new ones  including " Stella " which is an exceptionally good 40c value, are once more  in stock  Remember, Huntley & Palmer's  Biscuits are the Best English Biscuits we can buy  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality & Service our motto.  3 per cent, Discount (or Caah  Monthly accounts nett  Saturday Cash Special  S lider's Catsup 25c per bottle  HAVE YOU TRIED OUR  WET WASH?  Saves you all wash day worries for 75c  We give you a roomy box ; you fill it full, and we  return it next day washed and nearly dry for 75c  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Off Pendozi Street South  Phone 159  "FRUIT SALT  The Household Remedy  LWAYS   keen a bottle  ol  Eno's In  the house in readiness ior aa emergency.  ' Ihere ia not the least danger of any ill  effect or improper uae in any case, aa ita action  ia entirely in accord with Nature.  Eno'a "Fruit Salt" contains th*   valuable  constituents of ripe fruit in a portable, agreeable  and simple form, and is in every respect as  harmless aa the juicea of the fruit* from which  it ia obtained.  Sold in  all the principal towns and cities of  Canada.  Prtpartd only by  J. C. EM, LU., "Frail Salt" Werks,Le**aa, la*.  Assets tar Caaada t  arold f. Ritchie at Co., Lhalta,  10 MeCaal It, TORONTO  leet from tho individual grower*. Any  grower ol onions, who is not directly  connected with any other selling concern, may become a member by paying  a fee of one dollar per acre of onion*  grown. The money thus obtained . is  UBed to pay office rent, keep the board  informed as to outside market conditions, eto.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W. B. PEASE, S. M. CORE  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  A BACHELOR GIRLS REFLECTIONS  Many a coat of rags hides an honest  heart, but no coat ol paint ever hid  an honest wrinkle.  It's a wise girl who prefers losing  an argument to a sweetheart.  Any woman can get along without  a husband nowadays: it's getting alonx  with one that is the real test ol ohar-  nct��r.  Thu roason a man so often propone*  marriage to a fool is because he oan't  think ol any other way to pass tho  timo while in her company.  The easiest way to mako a small boy  take medicine Is to forbid him to  touch it, and th* most effective way to  make a man talk ol love Is so forbid  Mm to spook ol It.


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