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 VOL IV.   NO. 50.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1912.  11.50 Par Annua.  Meeting of  City Council  Tourist Hotel Scheme Before  Council  The council met Monday morning, Mayor Jones presiding and  Aid. Sutherland, Copeland, Raymer, Blackwood and Millie preaent. This waa Aid. Millie's first  appearance at the board inter an  abaence of some four months, and"  he received a cordial welcome  from the rest of the council.  Mr. A. L. Meugens presented in  peraon to the council a petition for  a cement sidewalk on the west side  of Water Street from the Bank of  Montreal north to the end of the  new store buildings. The petition  was signed by the several owners  of property concerned, who were  desirous of having the sidewalk  put in at once.  Mayor Jones, commenting upon  the petition recalled the decision  of the council not to borrow money  for sidewalks this year owing to  the unsatisfactory state of the  money market.  Aid. Copeland said the sidewalk  ought to be constructed this year  if possible, aa it was very necessary  to the four new stores which were  being built.  It was pointed out that the amount needed for the one sidewalk  was too small to make it worth  while issuing debentures, and it  was finally suggested that the own-  era do the work themselves, and  the city could refund the money  next year.  The following resolution waa accordingly paaaed:  "That the city undertake the  conatruction of a sidewalk along  the weat side of Water street from  the south east corner cf Lot 1 to  the north east corner of Lot 9, Map  505, on condition that the property  owners furnish the funds _:>t;l such  time aa a Local improvement Bylaw is passed for such purpose."  The following accounts were  passed for payment:  E. Bonjean, aawer lime cheque     -     7.00  D. Chapman        ��� -    20.64  A. Patremant      ��� ��� .    10.67  C. Blyth   7.67  J. 0. Lawrence ��� ���          - 12.00!  G. Ombalto ��� 9.00  F. ranPraagl, ��� . 1640  P. Bunch ��� , - 11.00  W. Swanson ��� . 1*7  M. Peterson ��� ��� 1.67  R. Hector ��� ���          . - 9.33  E. Dan,, ��� ��� - 3.00  J. Plant ���                ���            - 3.00  G. Mill ��� ��� - 8.00  P.Zouloa ��� ��� - 9*7  LMaatr*             22*7  B. SaUie. ��� - 13.67  S. Popo.           ���           ���        -   1067  A. Sel.les ��� ��� - 10*7  S. Dumaj ��� ��� , 25*7  J. Leotea , . ISM  J.Popoa ��� ��� - 9.00  H.J.Greanhalgh,, . -41.33  F. ranPra.gh ., . 21.00  H. Goods .. ��� - 39.00  P. Prelish ��� ��� ,- 28*7  II. Mrnaii .. ., - 31*7  F. CiuolU ��� ., . 33.33  J. Mayor ��� - 39*7  H. Sands ��� ��� . 22.16  P. Phillip.         13.00  C.P.R.. freight on meters        -     ...     6.75  ��� ���      ��� sowar supplies -   23.71  Dom. ElpressCo., eip. on stalionery 60  Evans, Coleman oi Evans, aewer sup 68.03  Imperial Oil Co., gasoline -576.09  C.P.R . Ireighl on power-house sup      1.57  ��� ���      ��� sowar auppliea - 403.86  O. D. Campbell, teaming, sewer - 4.25  J. M. Croft, eewer sup. -      - 1.00  Lakeview Livery, teaming, aawer - 104.00  F, T. Crowe  Si Co., aewer pipe  joint compound - 154.96  J. Leckie Co.. Ltd., sewer supplies-   93.00  G. Vemberto, waterworks con.      -   21*8  D. Leckie, gen. eup. for September 136.52  KeL Gar. Wks, general supplies . 10.50  Mun. Construction   Co., pipe for  waterworks -1448.47  Morrison-Thompson Co., September power.houae enppliee 3.65  Mor.-Thomp. Co.. waterworks Sup. 21.55  * KeL Sawmill Co., hauling sawdust. 100.00  G. F. Teak. October salary - - 100.00  A. Lancaster, woik on waterworka- 6.00  J.Baior           ���                 , 23.61-  P. Codec          111.77  W. Ryan        ���                          - 91*6  E. Bonjean ., ., - 37*1  E. Dann. work on pole line eat. 4.66  H. McMinn ��� ��� ��� 4.66  S. Kemp ��� 4.66  D.J. McDonald ��� - 4.66  Power Mouse pay roll for month  ending 3tet October      -       - 726.46  Nor. Elec. fx Mfg. Co., elec. eup.    - 113.30  Mor.-Thomp., Bd. of Wks. eup.     - 1.10  F. Swetnson, October aalary ��� ��� 81.00  S. J. Weeke, work in park, October 81.00  T. Treadgold, lettering photo alburn  cover  3.50  A. Rogera fx Co., aewer euppliee - 16.75  J. McNaughton, attending court and  reporting evidence -       -       ��� >.00  R. B. Kerr, attendance at court - 10.00  Collett Bros., teaming accounts for  June, July, August and Sept. - 98.00  The Hamilton Stamp & Stencil Wke  dog tags  5.15  C. H. Dunn, city clerk'a Oct. eel.  ��� 130.00  Petty caah for Oct.-       .       -       - 38.46  P. T. Dunn, clerk'a Oct. salary      - 85.00  W. H. Rennie, clerk'a Oct. aalary - 70.00  W. H. Paialey, scavenger's Oct. sal. 166.66  Dr. Keller, October office rent      - 15.00  R. Sutherlend, chief con.'e Oct. sal. 90.00  C. McKay, night con.'s Oct. sal. - 70.00  Burne ** Temple, expense  account  tlliott Mortgage - - - 18.50  P. B. Willitta & Co., atationery for  September .... 8.48  Sewer construction payroll for two  weeke ending Oct. 31      -       -2781.48  Imp. Oil Co., gasoline for sewer . 100.28  J. L. Doyle, brokerege fees, clearing  aewer suppliee - - - 1.00  Collector  of  Customs,    duty    on  sewer auppliea        ��� -'159.30  Evana, Colemans fx Evans, aewer ep. 24.15  G. H.X. Hudson, album of photographs for presentation to  H.R.H., Duke of Connaught   - 32.50  T. Lawaon, Ltd., overalls  for  fire  brigade  30.00  H. C. Jenkins, work on album presented   to   H.R.H.,   Duke   of  Connaught      .... 5.00  Mr. J. A. Bigger, the city's building inspector submitted a report  covering his year of office as follows :  Mayor and Council of Kelowna,  G ti'imen!  In view of the fact that my contract wilh the city as Building Inspector expires on October 15th, I  beg to submit the following report:  During my term of office (twelve  months) there haa been granted  122 building permits, representing  a total cost of $249,960. Of this  amount $55,325 haa been spent in  factories, $66,475 on business  places, and the balance of $107,760  on dwelling house* and other buildings of a private nature.  I would like to add that in nearly  every case the requirements of  your Building By-law has been  complied with. Only a few ahacks  which would not total more than  $500 have been erected without a  permit.  \       Respectfully aubmitted,  J. A BIGGER.  Mr. Bigger, who was present,  drew the attention of the council  to aeveral clauses of the Building  By-law which he thought needed  amending. During hia past year's  experience of applying the by-law  he had diacovered aeveral matters  which called for improvement.  He gave aeveral inatances showing  obvious shortcomings in the bylaw and it was decided to ask Mr.  Bigger to confer with the building  committee with a view to amending the clauses in question.  Commenting upon Mr. Bigger's  report, Mayor Jones said he was  sure the building inspector had  justified his position, and that the  expense to the city was well worth  while if only in keeping track of  the buildinga which were going up  in the city. He waa pleaaed to  note the extent of the building  improvements during the year,  which made a very creditable  ahowing. Kelowna's building permits during the past year had  equalled those of Nelson, with a  population twice aa large, and, in  fact, in proportion to the population, waa the largest of any in the  province,  Following Mr. Bigger a deputation consisting of Messrs. DeHart,  J. F. Burne, A. W. Bowser, Pooley  and Dr. Dickson, waited on the  council in respect to the site for  the new hotel which a local syndicate propose to erect at the corner  of the park facing the lake.  The delegation had a proposition  to submit upon whioh they wished  to get an expression of opinion  from the council. The triangular  site owned by the syndicate at the  corner of the park waa not auitable  for the purpoaes of a good hotel  and they wished to make an exchange with the city of the sharp  angle at the corner near the ferry  wharf for such a portion to the  west as would give a square site  for the building. The exchange,  it waa contended, would give the  city a valuable piece of land which  would widen the approach to the  ferry wharf and give a good open  apace in a place where it waa moat  needed, and at the same time not  detract in any way from the beauty  of the park. The syndicate would  also be willing to make n considerable grant towards the upkeep of  the park each year.  Great emphasis was laid both by  the council and the delegation  upon the great need for a first-  class hotel. Aid. Copeland snid  he believed the city was losing  anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000  per day from the fact that the  preaent hotel accommodation was  utterly inadequate.  Mr. Bowser said he had known  travellers who had business in  Kelowna to go straight through to  Penticton- on the boat, stay over  night there, and come up to Kelowna in the morning, hurrying through  their business in time to catch the  afternoon boat up the lake again.  Thia sort of thing was hurting the  town, and should not be allowed  to continue.  Several suggestions were made  as to the exact location of the  hotel, and it waa decided that the  council should in company with  the delegation make a personal  inspection of the site. It was also  arranged that the council ahould  meet in committee later in the day,  when those interested in promoting the hotel should submit s  definite proposition with a plan  shpwing the exact site required,  and stating what they were prepared to do in the way of assisting  with the up-keep of the park. The  delegation then withdrew. <  A petition was read from owners  on Leon avenue for the laying of  a sewer along that street. Mayor  Jonea said they had had a number  of petitions in and aa the engineera  would be ready shortly to commence work on them it would be  necessary to pass a resolution officially approving of the petitions so  thnt the preliminariea of assessment, Ate, could be proceeded  with.  A resolution was accordingly  passed that " it was desirable " ip  construct the sewers mentioned in  the petitions received to date/.  A resolution was also passed  that the salaries of the police be  raised, Chief Sutherland to $115  per month nnd night constable  McKay to $85.  The police report for the month  waa read showing a long list of  convictions, all "drunk and disorderly " except three. The gangs  of men being brought in for the  various railway constiuction camps  were keeping the police busy.  Fines amounting  to  $149.50 had  Rutland News  Continued on p*i�� 6  Woodrow Wilson is  New President  Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic candidate for the presidency  of the United States, was elected  Tuesday by an overwhelming majority. Roosevelt comes next while  Taft was hopelessly defeated with  only a very small vote to his credit.  Thos. R, Marshall ia the newly  elected vice-president.  Benevolent Society Reorganises for Winter Work  The Benevolent Society met at  the home of Mrs. Geo. Rowcliffe  Saturday last when the following  officers  were elected to carry on  the winter's work:���  President-Mrs. H. H. Millie.  Ist Vice-Pres.-Mrs. Dan. Campbell  2nd Vice-Pres.���Mrs. W. Cameron.  3rd Vice-Pres.-Mrs. Allan Wilson.  Secretary-Mrs. Capt. Knight.  Treasurer-Mrs. C. C. Josselyn.  Friends having unused clothing  (especially children's) are kindly  asked to forward same to Mrs.  Millie.  (From out own coorapond.nl)  The Halloween social given by  the Mount View Ladies Aid, at the  Sproul residence, was a big auccess.  A filling supper of Boston baked  beans, pumpkin pies, etc., was  partaken of by the crowd, who  came prepared to enjoy it. Numerous games and music occupied  the balance of the evening. Rev.  Mr. Vance as chairman intioduced  the following talented performers:  Trio, Messrs. Vance.Clarke&Schell  Song, by Mrs. G Whitaker of  Ellison. Duet, Misses Ida Fleming  and Flossy Dilworth. Piano Solo,  Miss Smith (sister to Tom). Song,  A. E. Clarke. Recitation, Miss  Annie Gay. Humoroua song, Mr.  Kelly. The Ladies' Aid Society  was enriched by $25 as the result  of the social.  Mr. W. Loosemore left on Wednesday for England.  The purchase price of Mr. Geo.  E. Yule's property should have  been given as $7,100.  Mean Horse Thieves  Mr. M. Hereron and Messrs.  W. R. Glenn it Son were the victims of as mean a trick as we have  heard of for a long time, this week,  and one which should bring the  perpetrators, if they can be caught,  to a sharp taste of the law.  On Tuesday afternoon, about  5.30, Messrs. Glenns' horse and  delivery wagon, which had been  left standing outside, dissppeared,  Mr, Hereron's horse and rig, which  was tied outside the Club, also  vanished. Although search was  made all the evening no trace of  the missing outfits could be found.  Mr. Hereron, thinking his horse  might have made for home, hired  an. automobile and went up to  Ellison, bul as nothing had been  heard of it there, ha returned to  town. Early next morning he hired  a horse and buggy from the livery  and again went up to his place al  Ellison. This time he put some of  his men on to search the range,  thinking the lost animal might  have made for the hills. He was  glad, however, to find on his return to Kelowna lhat his horse had  been found over the creek on  Abbott street, tied to a tree. His  indignation, however, waa great  when he saw the condition of the  poor beast, which is a valuable  one. It had evidently been driven  hard and furiously the night before,  and then, heated and tired, had  been tied to a tree to spend the  rest of the night without any protection in the chilly air.  In the meantime Mr. Glenn had  found his horse in similar plight in  the hush by the psrk.  It is difficult to find any reason  for such a contemptible piece, not  only of impudence, but of downright cruelty. Il is probable that it  was the action of some drunken  party of rough-nocka who ate making things pretty lively for the  police just now. But whoever it  was it is to be hoped the offenders  will be brought to book.  Kelowna Brotherhood  Meetings  The first of the winter series of  Sunday afternoon meetings of the  Kelowna Brotherhood was held  last week when a splendid address  was given by the Rev. A. Dunn, on  the appropriate subject of "Brotherhood." There was a large attendance and the meeting was one of  the most enjoyable and auccessful  ever held. Mr. Stanley Hodkinson  contributed a aolo, " Arm, Arm ye  Brave I" which was much appreciated. Next Sunday Mr. Kerr is to  speak on " War and Peace," 'followed by a discussion. The time  of meeting it might be mentioned  is to be altered in future Irom 3.30  to 3.45 p.m.  Capt. Harman who was in  Kelowna a few days ago haa  along with his associates from the  Old Country, made an extensive purchaae of Glenmore property, acquiring a block of land to  the value of about $40,000. He  ia making arrangements with the  company to have this large tract  developed and planted in trees  next spring.  Proposed New  Tourist Hotel  Scheme  Begins to Assume a  Definite Skap e  On Monday next the Epworth  League of the Methodist Church  will hear ��� paper by Mr, W. J  Clement on " Africa and African  Missionary Work."  D. Chapman, foreman on the city  sewerage worka, returned last week  from an interesting trip back eaat,  bringing back a bride from Winnipeg.  Kelowna'a need of more and  better hotel accommodation has become so painfully well-known not  only in the city but outside too,  that the urgent need of doing aome-  thing to relieve the present situation has begun to force itself wilh  ever recurring emphasis upon the  Board of Trade, the City Council  and the business men and merch  ants generally. From varioua  causes, and those who live here  know best what those causes are  Kelowna has come to occupy nn  important position in the eye of  the world amongst the promising  cities of the west, and each month  sees more and more people anxious to visit Kelowna and investigate at fust hand those ^attractions  which have brought the city to th,  front from an investor's point of  view. Not only that but Kelowna offers unrivalled beauties and  opportunities for health giving  recreation for tourists from the  coaal and other large cities. These  people want to come. But we cannot accomodate them and they go  elsewhere.  There are a few men at least in  town who have determined this  kind of thing can not go on. A  new first-class hotel must be provided and that at aa early a date  as possible. One or two schemes  have been mooted but for some  reason have died out again. Now  however, a local syndicate haa  been formed which means business  and the very attractiveness of their  proposition will go a long way towards ensuring them success.  Thia syndicate, which consists  amongst others, of Messrs. J. F.  Burne. F. R. E. DeHart, A W.  Bowser, Dr. Dickson. W. R. Pool,  ey, S. C. Coaens, ice, have taken  over the triangular piece of ground  at the comer of th* park, sold by  Mr. D. Lloyd-Jones to tbe People's  Trust Co. This location is undoubtedly not only the finest in the city  for a first-rate tourist hotel, but the  finest in the valley. Centrally  located near the wharf and business section, it commands a magnificent view of the lake and  mountaina, and ita convenience for  boating and bathing, and ita proximity to a park which can be made  as beautiful aa anything in the province, would afford an unrivalled  inducement to tourists.  The triangular shape of the plot  however, haa been found unsuitable for the satisfactory planning  of such a hotel. The syndicate haa,  therefore, approached the council  for an exchange of a portion of  the land for another piece to the  west. This would give a square  site, which would allow of much  belter treatment from an architec-  ural point of view.  Thia proposal aa now before th*  council is in brief, that the syndicate undertake to creet a strictly  modern first-class hotel, to cost  not less than $100,000, exclusive  of furnishing, and to have not leas  than 75 guest rooms.  As a consideration for the city  making the deaired exchange of  land the company pledge themselves to donate to the city for the  upkeep of the public park the sum  of $5,000 over a period of not lass  than three yeara; to lay down in  flower beds and grass a certain  proportion of the park, and to provide walka, trees, and shrubberies.  They alao agree after this three  yeara to pay $1000 a vear towards  the care of the Park, provided they  have representation on the Board  of Park Commissioners.  This proposal the council seem  disposed to accept. It is necessary  however, before any part of the  park, which is public property,  can be disposed of in any way, to  submit a by-law to tha electors.  This by-law ia now in preparation,  and will in all probability be read  at the next meeting of the council.  Sutherland Beits Toler  in Wrestling Match  Chief Bob Sutherland added one  more to hia long list of triumpha on  the mat with a decisive victory  over Ed. Toler, in the Opera House  last night.  The match was arranged and  managed by the Fire Brigade boys  and though the unpleaaant weather  conditiona had the effect of reducing the attendance there waa still  a good number present.  A short preliminary programme  was gone through before the chief  wrestling event.  Dan McMillan and Connie  Knight, two young aspirants for  honors in the wrestling world were  matched against each other, Dan  getting the first and third falls and  Connia the aecond.  Then came a boxing bout between Ernest Hoy and Claude  Newby, followed by a surprise  event in the shape of an exhibition  of juggling by Russell Parker, at  present fulfilling an engagement  at Dreamland. Hia clever feata in  the manipulation of tennis balls,  racquets, Indian clubs, lamps, and  other articlea excited the wonder  and applause of the audience.  At about 9.15 the two champions  appeared on the atage, nnd were  received with great enthusiasm.  Bob, the local man was plainly the  favorite, and a popular one ton.  Toler is a big, powerful fellow, and  the two as they faced each other  on the mat gave.'promise of some  fine sport.  The visitor showed amazing agility, but hia speed availed him little against the great strength and  superior science of Bob, who kept  his opponent on the defensive practically the whole time. The first  round lasted 22 minutes, when  Sutherlend getting in his powerful  "scissors'' hold forced Toler's shoulders down amid loud cheering.  T*ie aecond and fast round waa  shorter still. Toler proved no  match for Bob and very soon found  himself in a grip from which there  was no escape, end at the end ef  14 minutes the match had been  settled with another fall to Sutherlend.  The result puts another feather  in the cap of Robert, whose lid ia  already pretty well adorned in lhat  respect.  The Catholic Church Ladies'  Aid is making arrangementa to  hold another " chicken supper " in  the Opera House, on or about Saturday November 30th. Further  particulars will be announced later.  J. N. Cameron and family returned this week from Vancouver.  Mrs. Alec Morrison will net  receive again until the second Wednesday in January.  Dr. Gaddes and Mr. N. D. Mr.  Tavish returned Wedneaday fror-i  the coast  Mr. A. McQuarrie will leave Krlowna about lhe 17th of the mont'  to attend the big dairy show at  Portland, Ore. Hia visit will b.  made on behalf of the Depart mem  of Agriculture. Following lhat In  ia to visit Ontario where Mrs. McQuarrie is at present staying.  The formal opening of the new  Whelan Methodist Church on the  Vernon Road, will take place on  Sunday, November 17th. The Rev.  Dr. Chown, general auperintendent  of tha Methodist Church in Canada,  will conduc* the dedicatory servirr  and preach in the morning al 11  a.m. The afternoon aervice at 3  o'clock will be conducted by the  Rev. Dr. White, auperintendent of  missions. Special music will be  provided both morning and evening. A cordial invitation ia extend-  to all.  Miss Mary Day has been awarded one of lhe supplementary  bronze medals given by the Duke  of Connaught to achoola in commemoration of hia tour of the province. The Department of Education dialributed these medala according lo the following plan : To  those places to which a bronze  medal waa not awarded in July  laat, the supplementary medala  have been given to the etudei ts  standing first in the high school  entrance examination held at the  end of June last; and to those  place* to which bronxe medala  were awarded in July, the aupple-  mentary medala have been given  to the students standing second in  that examination. a  The Orchard City Record  Thursdatj, Nooerabcr 7  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published entry Thursday at Ihe Office.  Kelowna, B.C.  10H.X LEATHLEY, EJilol and Proprietor.  Substitution SI.50 per annum.  Ta United Stales S2.00 pet annum.  Advertising 'ales upon application.  The Working of the  Municipal Act  Owing to lhe great importance  of (his matter,-same was referred  to the Union's executive committee  with instructions that it bring to tlie  attention of the Municipal Commission and the municipal committee  of the Provincial Legislature die  great injustice and inconvenience  caused by the present Elections  Act.  Another resolution from Kelowna was also submitted lo llie executive:  Flial a clause be inserted in  llie Municipal .Act giving nuinici  polities power to pass by-laws foi  the purpose of raising money by  way of debentures for improving  public paiks."  Some of the more interesting  uud important resolutions so far  as our own city is concerned, passed al the recent convention of the  Union of B,C. Municipalities, were  contained in the report read at  Monday's council meeting by Cily  Clerk Dunn, who with His Worship  Mayor Jones, were delegates (rom  Kelowna.  Considerable attention is being  devoted at the present time to tlie  working of the Municipal Clauses  Act, which is Bible and Prayer  liook of city and district municipal  bodies throughout the province.  It was through the efforts of tlie  Union that the special committee  which sat in Kelowna n sboit lime  ago was uupuiulud, a.id llie greater  part of this laat convention was  devoted to the same consideration,  Some of die amendments recommended were: ���  "That the fee for acceptance of  sub-division plans be increased  to  $5,   I hut sub-division plans showing  new roads be not accepted unless  die roads be opened up by the  sub-divider.  That municipal councils shall  have power to declare that all  sub-divisions of property into less  than one acre lots shall be cleared.  Thot municipalities be given  power to deal wilh width of streets  in sub-divisions.  That municipal councils be given  power to auilioi i/.r peisons to take  the householders' and license,  holders' declarations under the  Municipal Elections Act.  That the Provincial Government  be requested to facilitate the drawing up of money by-luws by municipalities so that after these nre  passed by the ratepayers there  may he less chance than al present  of   having   them  turned down as (to a share will be able to draw die  illegal on some technical pojbt.      [ interest weekly.   Some of lhe ftini-  That municipalities be given the | Hies who losl relatives upon whom  poiver to purchase, own, construct  they were dependent will   I  Old Country Deer for  B.C.  After completing a limiting loin  which occupied llie greater part ol  two years and which lias been eon-  ducted in the wilds of three continents, Mr. C. E. Lucas, a famous  English hunter and naturalist who  is visiting Vancouver, will make  arrangements, before bis departure, with die British Columbia government and gani^ wardens of lhe  province lor tbe accomodation tit  several hundred red deer which  will be brouglil from his father's  estate at Wnrnlinin, Surrey, England, early in September next year,  1 liese animals have been given lo  lhe government of the province by  Mr. C. H. Lucas, sr., the intention  being to turn litem loose in die  wilds of the Rockies and allow  llieni to increase until their numbers warrant the passing of a gain;,  ordinance allowing them to be sho'  in limited numbers.  Spok  ane   experienced  lis    Inst  snowstorm on Wednesday  of   last  week.  Active negotiations are progressing in London with a view to  bringing die Balkan war lo nn end.  Establishing a world's record,  I'l'ank Dabron.ii youthful Ausha  lian shooter, won the firsl prize at  the Victorian Rifle Club's meeting  by getting twenty bulls at 700 yds.  Each man, woman and child who  lost a breadwinner when the Titanic went down is entitled lo close  upon $700 each. The money is  In be invested and   those   entitled  HISTORY OF CANES  Oldest   WuIk iia  Slicks  Were  Those  Used in  Uu   Iloiuuns us Attribute*   m'   Office   uud  Position,  Unlike many other objects of  fashion, tho exact ago of the cane,  or walking stick, lias never beeu fully  determined. A Spanish doctor who  Ban stnilieil the. subject, maintains  that people have used It In one form  or another fur al least seven or eight  thousand .veins. Hut this cannot be  proved with any greater degree of  certainty than can some of the Darwin  (theories.  Indeed, the oldest walking sticks  we know of were those used by the  lloniiins In the time of the emperors.  Somewhat later they oaono Into use  in other, countries lu Europe. Tho  first canes wo know of were tall  staffs, higher than u man's head, and ���  were used only by persons aB an attribute or their office. In tho sixteenth century walking sticks were  first used by persons in private life  us a sort of support while walking.  Those, in this capacity, were used for  a Ioiik time, then uradually ehangcl  into trail-looking ihings which were  the mere plaything of the trlfler or  tho -dandy.  In ihe nineteenth century the canos  beoiuno iui object of fashion in the  woman's would, nnd in Paris received  the name of "support des dnmos."  Citnw for feminine uso wore intute  out or the most expensive materials,  such as costly woods liiludd wllth  mother-of-pearl, gold, silver, precious  stones, and real pearls.  How Cane Received Its Name  This cane received Its name from  e popular drama at that time bolnn  given on the' stage of Ihe Theatre  Franenis in Parle. Under the same  category must bo mentioned the  "Sprinkling oano," made hollow so  thai II could be rilled with water, and  tiy touching n ballon could be made  to r mpty lis contents on the passerby.    This  ealle  In  time  proved  to be  such a nuisance und annoyance to un-  mmpectlnir people lhat the police  wore obliged lo forbid lhe use of It,  There were other curiosities, such ns  canes which, whon hidden springs  were touched,, could be converted  Into swords, pipes, umbrellas, und ong  even which fell apnrt uud became a  email   tiible.  The most valuable collection or  cniies was ownisl by the late King  Edward, and Ihe one mining Ihrui  most greni.lv prized by bis Majesty  wus n walking stick made from tho  branch of nn oak tree under which  the ill-fated Charles II. once look refuge from his pursuers. This historical eauo was frequently lulled Into  requisition by Queen Victoria when  out walking  and operate telephone systems  within the corporate limits, and  within the corporate limits of other  municipalities, and into an unorganized district, subject In the  approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council.  That sections J 25 and 126 of  lhe M. C. A. be ao drafted as to  give the right of the ratepayers to  petition for any work, and the  council the right to present any  by-law for their endorsement without petition."  The Kelowna delegates Submitted the following:  "That the  Municipal  Elections!Chembstlln's CourI,Remedy. My childrci  A-, U- �� 1    I .1    . .1 _        (were all tick wilb whooplss eouah.   On  ct be so amended that the prop- ���c ,l_. ,���    ���   i   < >        f ��� r r  ,.r       . - ;  ,  K.   ol them waa in bed, Lad a blub lever and  eily  qualifications   for   municipal was coughing up blood.   Our doctor gave  voters be the   assessed   owners   of them Cbsmberlin'iCough Remedy and the  property as shown by lhe   Inst   re-   fi"1 'J"'' r".".'''1 '���"i "'l  ''"���?  I,,,lll''��  .,i.��A  ���.>�������_��. ~JI    ...    ,L       .���_-..   cM'ed Iheni,    fiaya Mr*.   {,   A.   Donald   vised assessment roll   at- the   tinjj J illusion, Mi...   For .ale by all deal-  the voters list is being compiled.  Jer��.  tilled to the income from a funded  capital of $6,000 or more.  I here has been nn  outbreak   of  hogicholera in the district of Brown-  lee, Sask. I'he governmenl veterinarians ordered lhe slaughter of  500 head of swine, pi.iclically wiping out all thai were In lhe district.  The farmers are complainirtg bitterly of the widespread losses and  blame the methods of Inspection.  There will be a shortage of pork  for several months.  "There could benobstte  ed  I medicine limn  tilt  Heaters Heaters Heaters  This  store has  prepared  a  most  complete display.  You cannot help  but appreciate the opportunity lhat  is afforded you in choice  Hot Blast Heaters  Three sizes.    Biick lined, front and top feed.  Just what you've looked for  Airtight Heaters  All  prices  Wood Heaters, Coal Heaters  Wood and Coal Heaters  A large stock to choose (rom.    No belter value for  your money anywhere.  NATIONAL Stoves and Ranges are Guaranteed  Dalgleish & Harding  KELLER   BLOCK  "FICKLE LOVE"  Three   IiisIiiiht*   Where   Meu   Hmiv  Broufflii AcUoitfl tin- IfreucJb oi  Promlso but Lost*  It Ib very rarely tii.tl a man brings  action agalo&t a woman ror breai b  of pronutie ol' marriage; il Is rarer  still for u inuii to win siidi u Cftfie.  Ibe jury being men, Uieir ayatpatbisp  are Invariably \. ,th ilje defendant,  and, however hardly uaed tho unforv  tttllCLte swuin may have been, llie only  result iu (hut, -be gets held up to  ridicule In tbe public Tress, us has  been th<4 oess with the plaintiff In  tho recent suit whhh has been amusing newspaper realtors on both shies  Of   the   Atlanlle.  Wo refer to "Itiizzlelarub," otherwise Mr. Russell (irisft-old, who claimed $60,000 damogea against Miss Helen  Smith, lhe fony-yi- ir-old daughter of  a wealthy New Yorker.  Tne postcard with the mystic "K.  I.." whioh Mr. QrlawoW huIU represented an eye-lti:;, proved of no awi.il  to convince- tho jury, nnd ho lost his  caw und had to pay ocstB.  I960 for lhe Perilon.  Almost the only CflJK) 'of recent  years lu which a man wilh actually  successful ln setting dftnjftgea In a  fiult of this kind was that brought by  a Torn I an dlvlniiy student named  Notorious Marcus.  This gent 1 email came to England to  be trained as a missionary, and meant  to return In a couple of years lo  spread eullgtltoitmonl in bin native  Inn11 Hut n lady crosaod his path,  ���(in laiglibhwoniiiu older than himself,  who lived at lOdKbaeton.   Th��y mot  at an hydro lu Abnilecn; the lady  made love to htm, aud tho poor Persian lost tils heart.  They become engaged, and the lady  Announced her I nt on Mon of going wiih  him to iVr.-ln, Siie wrote blm lovinj?  letti re, in one of which sho reproached him for linvliK his hair out, aud  rowed   that   she  would  nol   give  him  another* kied unless lie kept tt Umx.  The day of the wedding was actually   rixed,   when   Mr.   Marcus   received  a thunderbolt in tbe shape of a Formal  letter breaking off the nogagement,  Mini ordering him to return her letters and pbotograpbfl.  Mr, Mafvus, however, had a boiler  ipte for the letter*. He sued, and obtained fUfiii dantflgPB,  BtODl but  t'lcMc.  A  more curious hi th of promise  caan than that brought by an American doctor named ltceturs never  amused n court of taw.. Deetnrs became engaged to a lady named Lucy  Haven*, who was MM lo bo tbe  stoutest woimui In Ibe United Slates  :��� at any rate, hIic pulled the ecsJoa  at a little over thirty ston��v During  Doctor's abeouce, a few weeks before  Ahe marriage. & nhov/tmiti came along,  Saw Miss Havena, was si ruck by ber  posslbilitie. as the fat woman of a  circus, and induced her to sign a  contract for twelve* months,  When I)eeters came back he wan  furious to find thai his plump "fiancee" had elteady gone on the road.  He pursued her, Found her at La-  porte, Indiana ami at once brought  suit against ber and tho ;>howmau  joimiy for |6,000 damages. But the  stout woman declared that it was a  wouuin'ii privih ;- to (hangfl hor mind  ond the jury tooh her view and dismissed the caso.  Don't be  Tempted  Into the belief that you can buy better or cheaper from  anyone else than you can from me. Opportunities come  and go, but whnt is the good if one doesn't grasp them  when they come ? The secret of success is to be able  to see and take hold of a good thing when it comes along.  Now is Your Opportunity  For a Safe and Sound Investment  one that will give you ample returns for your outlay.  Come and see me and I can give you ample proof of what  others have done, and what they have done you can do ;  so hurry up while you have the opportunity.  Lh VII 1, The Homeseeker's Friend  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and 1 will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J.    LEVITT     P-��-Box493-    'Phone 194.  :    Crowley Block    :  Office open every evening after supper.  SUITS FOR MEN  Every man in this city who is contemplating the  purchase of a new Suit will find it to his  advantage   to   thoroughly  examine   our   line  We  are sole agents in  tliis  city for the famous  20th Century Brand  of Fine Clothing  and have no hesitation in saying that no higher  grade of clothing is being placed on the Canadian  market to-day.  Our range is very complete and comprises all the  latest rclorings in Tweeds and Worsteds. Our  stock is also complete in all sizes from 35-in. to  44-in. chest measure.  Our variety of the ROUGH BROWN TWEED6  which have proved so popular this season is one  of the leading features of our stock.  Well-dressed men realize how much depends on  lhe cut of his clothes, and in buying from us no  doubt need be felt as to the correctness of even  the minutest detail. The aim of the manufacturers  of this brand of clothing has been to surpass the  high standard of efficiency already attained and we  feel confident that once a wearer of the 20th Century  Brand you will nwear by it and consider no other.  Prices range from $20 to $35  We would draw special attention to the swell line of clothing we are showing at  $15.00 per Suit  The sizes range from 35-in. to 44-in., and there are quite a *  variety of I weeds and Worsteds in both light and dark effects  These suits are exceptionally good values and at the price cannot be beaten  All One price sec window display $ | 5.00  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  11 Thursday, JSopember;7  The Orchard Citu Record  LOOK  -     If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry the best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').   All kinds of  Whips, Bit*, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and  tee our stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order. �����  rvep&lfing is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &C.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay.  Oats,  Bran,  Wheat.  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  ,    'Phone 150  iJatojai/iii fate m  |iiAnttouij(ovr  mU. hometoveb:-  now ti the i%me tofetthehouu  beady lob jaU and winter. we  haw oub new btobe fydt oj Seaur  tirMthlnp that WM make youb  home drmtfe. you tow a Seauti^uC  home) don't you, d>o why not tfwnd  tome o4 youb aj^te and tomato  money to make youb home hafijiy?  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " rVt Mak* Hamu Happy."  Lumbering a Science  That lumbering should properly  be regarded as a science and as a  profession, is ths substance of resolutions recently adopted by the  British Columbia Lumber ���' and  Shingle Manufacturer's Association  and by the Canadian Forestry  Association, favoring the establishment of a course in logging engineering at the new University' of  British Columbia. The success  which has attended the agricultural  colleges of Canada and the United  States in equipping the farmer/  sons with a scientific knowledge ot  husbandry, is evidence of what  might be expected from similar  courses devoted to logging engineering. The courses of study in  our agricultural colleges, have been  intensely practical and helpful.  The lumber industry deserves the  same consideration for those who  desire to become expert loggers  and lumbermen, in the broadest  sense of the term. Logging is rapidly coming to be recognized as  one'of the most important features  in the lumber industry. Each year  the difficulties increase and the consequent demand for knowledge  grows more apparent.  Weeds Poison Crops  It has been generally supposed  that the principal effect upon the  soil, of weeds in tho growing crops,  was that they took awav moisture  and plant food that should go lo  the crops. Recent investigation at  Cornell University has demonstrated that they had a deleterious  effect upon crops in that they poison lhe plants by the intermingl  ing of their roots. Corn and weeds  were allowed to grow side by side  in similar soil but with partitions  placed so that the roots were kept  apart. The corn and weeds grew  normally. In another box the corn  and weeds were placed so that the  roots could intermingle, with the  result that the corn was stunted  and its growth materially retarded.  It is a case of incompatibility of  association.  Vancouver's Record Realty  Price  Establishing a new record price  for the front foot of Vancou  ver realty, a one-half interest in tha  Horseshoe Hotel property, situated  at the north-west corner of Hastings and Columbia avenue, was  sold last week for $70,000, or  5,600 a front foot. The highest  price per fror.t foot previously  recorded in'Vancouver was made  on October 20 when the Royal  Bank of Canada purchased five  lots on the north-west corner of  Granville and Hastings streets for  $5,575 a front foot.  JUST RECEIVED  "Fresh'stock of U.C.C (English) Sapin.      -       - 40c. lb.  Buchanan's High Class Bon Bons, all flavors - 50c. Ib.  Fieglers' Vienna Bon Bons, peanut and  butter  centres, really delicious. - * - ��� 5"c. Ib.  Buchanan's, Moir's and Ganongs chocolates, in  Almond paste, fruit, nut and cream centres oUc. It).  THEY ALL DO IT  Have their Afternoon Tea and meet their friends at  ALSGARD'S S3&S2 Kelowna, B. C.  A proclamation has been issued  in the Canada Gazette calling upon  His Majesty's subjects in Canada  to observe strict neutrality during  the war between Turkey and the  Balkan states  The purchase of 550,000 acres  of land in Northern British Columbia has just been completed by  Lauchlin Maclean, of Spokane, and  his associates for a considera'ion  of $2,730,000.  The cost of Australia's fleet will  be $3,150,000 above the amount  estimated, This is due to alterations that have been found to be  necessary to fit the vessels to patrol the rough seas of the Australian  coast.  Robert W. Service, author of  " Songs of Sourdough " and other  poems and stories of the Yukon  and the west is off to the Ralkans  in tha hope of seeing some of the  fighting between Turkey and the  Balkan States.  A Zeppelin dirigible balloon attached to the German navy, arrived in Berlin after a successful flight  with 21 passengers, from Fried-  richshafen, across Germany to the  North Sea, and thence to Helgoland, from which the return was  made over the Baltic to Dantzig,  and thence to Berlin. The balloon  was in the air 31 hours.  Charles Becker, the former police  lieutenant convicted of procuring  the murder of the gambler Herman  Rosenthal, wa* sentenced to die in  tbe electric chair at the Sing Sing  Crisoh during the week of Oecem-  er 9. Becker's execution, however, will be stayed by a notice of  appeal from the verdict of jury  soon to be filed by his counsel  which may take a year to determine  le your husband cross? Anirriteble, feult  finding disposition ie often due to e disordered stomach. A men with good <li-  geetion in nearly always good netured. A  greet many heve been permanently cured  of etomech trouble by taking Chembcrlin's  Tablets.   For sals by all deelere.  AN IRISH HAMLET  C*|T   of   a   Play.BHl,   Mixing   Vt  SkskMMsre   und   81eI��st-of.  send 'Tricks aud Cossle  Songs.        *  Tho folalwlng Is a literal copy of a  curious play-bill issued ln the yeft  1798 by the manager of Uie Tboafirs  Royal, Kilkenny: ���  "Kilkenny Theatre Royal, by Us  Majesty's company of comedians. On  (Saturday, May 14, 1793, will be performed by command of several respectable persons In tils learned metropolis, for tlte benefit of Mr. Kearns,  ,1110 tragedy of 'Hamlet!' originally  written and composed by, the oaia-  tnuted Dan Iltya, of Limerick, and  Inserted in Sbakespeare's works.  Hamlet by Mr. Kearns (being bis  first appearance In that character),  who, between the acts, will perform  several solos on the patent bagpipes,  which pity two tunes at the same  Urns. Ophelia by Mrs. Prior, who will  Introduce several favourite airs in  character, particularly :Tse Lass of  Richmond Hill' and 'We'll all bs Unhappy Together,' from the Rev. Mr.  Olbden's 'Oddltter,.' The parts ot the  King and Queen, by the direction of  the Reverend Father O'Callaghan, will  be omitted,-as too Immoral for any  stage. Polonius, the comdo&l politician, by a young gentleman, being his  first appearance ln public. The Ohoet,  the Oravedigger, and Laertes, by Mr.  Simpson, tbe great London comedian.  The characters to be dressed is  Roman shapes. To which will be  added an Interlude, ln which will bs  Introduced several sleight-of-hand  tricks, by the celebrated surveyor,  Hunt The whole to conclude with  the farce of 'Mahomet the Impostorl  Mahomet by Mr. Kearns. Tickets to  bs had of Mr. Kearns, at the sign of  the Goat's Beard, tn Castle Street  The value of the tickets, as usual,  will be taken (if required) in candles,  bacon, butter, cheese, soap, etc., as  Mr. Kearns wishes, In every particular to accommodate the public. No  person shall be admitted Into tha  boxes without shoes or stockings."  the wmm,  Not   Modern   In   Its  Conception   ���  First Projected W fur Bsek As  1650 und st Various Times  Sines Ihst Unto.  The Panama Canal, although It Is  one of the most gigantic enterprises  of modern times Is by no means  modern In Its conceptions. It was  projected ae far back as 1660, and  under various auspices and at various  times since. 1 do not refer to the  particular route of the present canal,  but to the scheme al making a waterway across the Isthmus between  North and South America. The desire  to find a short route to India und to  the "far Cathuy" was father to the  thought that then existed. That  thought was In the mini) ot the Ancient*, and Is almost prehistoric In  Its origin, 't was the guiding star of  Columbus in his several voyages and  his new found world was merely Incidental to a discovery to which it  barred the way for tbe time being  and It was the guiding star of many  a navigator since his day. In its  guests the Panama Oanai In many  respects resembles Uiot Sues Canal.  Ths two were twins In the Saint  Simoiilau- theory o( unifying and developing tlie world and they are today strangely related In the broad  scheme of universal commerce  Sues Ltd War  The success, of the Sue: waterway  gave tbe first roal stimulus to u  Panama Canul project, which, ss I  have already suited at various times  sad ln a variety ot ways, had been  under consideration by various persons and governments from 1660  down. In li>'78, LleuL Wys�� of the  French army got a concession from  tbe Colombian government under  which, In a modified form, the canal  Is being built nt the present time and  it was held by him until 1888. Ds  Lessens, whose first success had  given him great prestige, undertook  Its construction and projected It as  a sea level canul, 18 miles long, 29 y,  feet deep and 76 feet wide and estimated by him In 1880 to cost 668,000,-  000 francs. The concession Included  a monopoly of the Panama railway,  The first flotation was a failure, but  the second was a huge success.  French small savings pouring Into In  streams. In 1887, the management  had reached u degree of corruption  unknown In the history of ths world,  unless It be the climax reached by  LawV-sehemes In France a century  or so before. Machinery to tbe value  of 160,000,000 fcs had been brought to  the scene of operations and shares  to the extent of 1,276,682,667 francs  had been sold. 70,000,000 cubic yards  of excavation had been made and  stock of the Panama Railway Company to the extent of over 98,000,000  francs bad been paid for. In 1189  the company became bankrupt  TOLSTOV KKl.M AHNATKD  A Tolstoy legend comes from Spsssk,  ln Che province of Kazan. Spassk Is  a district peop'sd partly by Greek Orthodox Russians and partly by Moslem  Tatars. The Orthodox are usually In  an ecstatic mood, and are given to  forming sects. They founded a Tol-  etoyen sect with much the same  tenets as those of the 1'olstoyaos tn  the Caucasus. The local persant commissary began the usual persecution.  The sect retorted by predicting that  Tolstoy would arrive to save them ln  Ap||l, 1913. The leaders were Imprisoned for 'Inducing others to leave  the Christian religion,' altho they had  siiectfically adhered to Christianity,  'lhe other peasants were so Incensed  mill this that they actually did abjure Christianity. 'yThey became Mohammedans, sold their land, snd joined a Tartar village Is the' vicinity,  They actually grafted Tolstoylsm on  to Mohammedanism; and ths Tartars,  more tolerant than the Russian state,  accepted the Innovation, snd welcomed ths a; ostates with >oy."  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FE.RRY  Learn Kelowna 9 ML, 3.30 p.m.  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturday*  LatTSS Kelowna II s.m.  Lssrat Wsstbaak 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE. FRIDAYS  Leavee Kelowna 10 e.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  An ad. in the "Record"  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.    Insist  upon  people  knowing you're there  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios is tbe lolauar  Paitrault ky awUtss���t    ,  tmitm to***,   -  JUtmrn  K/V^^r.^>S'V%/\^��a^i'W'W^i^i��S^,^V��i<a>^S^\a*'>^^^  J  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flower*  Carnation*    .  ChrysaathesBUsn*  Violet*  H.  LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingle*, Siding, Door*, Window*.  Moulding*, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  /      CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   .   178,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgage*  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Call in and see our splendid new display of  CHINA  CROCKERY &  GLASSWARE  Select your purchases from a large assortment of the choicest modern designs  Lamp Shades.  Electric Table Lamps,  & Electric Light Fittings  We have an exceptionally line range of these good*  Marine and Stationary Engine*,  Bicycle* and Repair*. Launch Fittings  GEO. F. JAMES  KELOWNA. B.C.  PENDOZI STREET  P. O. Box 90  Telephone 54  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Between PratbrtaiUnl* new Enelialic>iurch��)  Cut Flower*  Cametiona, 10c. each.  Chrysanthemum,., 10c. a epray.  Bulbs  NarciMtu, Tulip*, 35c. a do*. Croon,  Anemone, lrie, Lily at the Valley, 25c.  a dos. Hyacinths, French. Roman, 10c.  each; Early white, $1 a dot; Dutch  named varieties 15c. each.  Pet Plants and Forced Bulbs  PALMER A ROGERSON-Box 117  Tebphoai  -  SS  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KRLOWNA.  We Guarantee  The "Record" will record a record in your business  record* if you will try it.   How ?   Why juet advertiee  _^ the Oroford Gity Record  Thursday, Kopember 2  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLEND1D  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thiabloclt cannot be excelled foraubdioision purposes  In a sub-diM3ion of this block eoery lot toould be a  PIRST-CL1SS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No aloughs.  City water available oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate toill find it usorth their while to call at  our office and mane inquiry into this offer.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  Yes, we have them  ���the kind you have  been looking for. Stoves that,  once " *et," bum all night without requiring constsnt attention.  They sre here in vsriely.  Come in.  in style and pocket.  You can suit you both  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard  Nicola Coal (Lump)  Wellington     -     -  $17,50 per ton  $10.00 per ton  $13.00 per ton  W. HAUG    ���    KELOWNA, B.C.  alcplio  as  Just About Now is the Right Time  to call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  Town and Country  Mr. N. D. McTavish left Friday  morning (or a visit to Vancouver.  Mr. Win. Mills returned lo town  this week (rom Nelson.  Mr. Chas. Gowen went to Penticton last Friday (or a few days  business visit.  Casorso Bros, won the second  prize ribbon (or soft wheat at the  Lethbridge Dry Farming Congress.  Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Adams  returned Thursday Irom Victoria,  where they have been spending  the past few weeks.  The Kelowna Study Club will  not meet on Thursday but on the  first Thursday in December at the  home of Mis. Capt. fCnight.  Mr. and Mrs. Pelton arrived by  Saturday's boat from Penticton,  and in all probability will take up  peimanent residence in town.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh and Mr.  S. A. Wade left Monday for Victoria to attend lhe Baptist Provincial Sunday - school convention  being held there this week.  A representative of the Victoria  and Vancouver time Co. will probably address lhe members of lhe  Farmers' Institute at the annual  meeting on the subject of the application of lime to agricultural  soils.  1 he vaudeville turns at Dreamland are proving highly popular,  affording a pleasant variety lo the  moving-picture films. Brandon  and Taylor the singing comedians  have been the attraction this week,  having good houses every night  Notwithstanding these additions  lo the nightly programme, the  prices remain the same.  The usual monthly meeting of  the Country Girls' Branch of the  Ladies' Hospital Aid will be held  next Saturday, Nov. 9th. at the  home of Mr. A. Patterson, Benvoulin.  Marie Campbell, the popular  English Comedienne will be at the  Opera House Thursday, Friday and  Saturday, of this week. Hellstrom  and Myra are also on the bill to  raise a laugh with their Swedish  Comedy act.  The first rehearsal of the Musical and Dramatic Society'a orchestra  will be held next Wedneadsv  evening, the 13th, in Lequime's  old hall, at 8 p.m, The committee  are anxious to see a good turnout  of musicians so that a good start  can be made.  Raymer's small hall presentsd  a very gay scene Friday night  last, the occasion being a leap yesr  masquerade dance and social  given to the young men in town  at the invitation of the young  ladies. The arrangements worked  without a hitch, and a thoroughly  enjoyable evening was spent by  all who attended.  The annual general meeting of  the Farmers'Institute is being crtll-  ed for Saturday afternoon, November 23rd at 3.30. At this meeting the usual elfction of officers  will tnke place. Tn faciliale the  selection of directors, and to ensure adequate representation of  each section covered by the institute, meetings are to be held prior  to that date in each sub-district to  allow the residents there to nominate a director to represent them  on the board.  Mr. Geo. J. Brown, partner of  Mr. A. McQuarrie in the new machine shop is expected from the  coast next week with a car of machinery nnd equipment, and the  new firm expect to have this in  shape to commence business by  the end of the month. Mr. Brown  waa until lately in partnership with  W. J. Ellison of Kamloops, and  previously for five years foreman  with the Canada Foundry Co. He  is therefore fully conversant with  many phases of the engineering  trade.  Ths buy,, appetite ii often the eoutce oi  ���mazenient. If you would have such an  appetite Uka Chamberlin'e Tablets. They  nol only create a healthy appetite, but  alrengthen the stomach and enable it to  do lis work naturally. For sale by all  dealera.  INVISIBLE EYE GLASSES  Ar* Our Specialty  In order to achieve the  very best results we use the  improved TORIE Lenses  and   KEYPTOK   Lenses,  . the latest invention of the  , optical science.  J. B. KNOWLES  , Ja��rel��r St Optician   .   Kelowna, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Block  P.O. Bos, 09  Kelown  C. Hsrvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MB.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exliibitlonar Roval Collet,  ol   Mu.ic,  .nd Utaly  with Kandrrc* Pyn., Mua. Doc.. Ori.niat of the  Cath.dr.l, Manchester, tn...  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At th. Studio, Trench Block, Kalowna. -m  Muaic  ol  .vary  d.acripaion   auppliad.  P.O. M��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  '. O lli>�� Its Pboa. ��  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  Receive. Pupili al hi* Sludio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for 1 .rsauna in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, OROAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 > r.i��' previous asp.ri.nc.    Will pl*y for dance.  Addreaa Boa 237, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on com-  mission. Drsy meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20,  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plant and Specifications Prepared  and estimate! given (or public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Slnginfl, Harmony,Counterpoint, Jtc.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  < Ai jot irftr uf tin- Royal College of Organieta, Land.)  Gtve* lessona in  the  above aubjecta,  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ���ucceaaet  at local  examination! (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' aucceuful  teaching experience  Studio .-- Raymer Block  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Aaaoa. Mara. Can. Sat. C. t        Graduate Toronto  Ualvarattr  Watarwatka and Saweraaa SjraUme, Punping and  Uahting Plantt, Conarau Con-  IruoeW at*.  KELOWNA,  RC.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  /   VBTBRINARY SURGEON  (Cnduel. MtC.ill Univ.r.it.)  Residence :   LAWRENCE AVE.  Message*  may  be  left  at  the  office  of  Mesara. Rattenbuiy & William*  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  LH.A.H. (London)  teach*, correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Boi 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER ��d CONTRACTOR  Plan tad Estimstei Furnished  Residence,   10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONEM  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona hill mile of town, and beini  ���bout loo feel above the lake, it command! a beauti-  (ul view of tbe town, kite and aurroundinf country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  Thara ia only ona GLENMORE. Don't miee tha op.  portunity of .electing a few acrea of thia deairabla  property.  If you wiah a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ahow you fur eub-diviaton  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  Juat four block, from tha centre of tha town,    Price. low.   Term, aaay,  monthly paymaata if ae deaired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  ���*��� " ��� ��� ��� ��� ���        ** *         "i  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ui  KELOWNA, i.C.  GO TO  Elliott & Copeland   ~ ���' "alt  *  When you wan, a  BARdAlJsl'^-'k'EAL HfTTE  ���uaaaaaaaa���aaa.��_mmta*^m.^m*aa*J)****m^���aa.  They have the best value�� in the  City and District.   '  " Every Buyer a afcoster"  Come and see us   and   get  our  prices befpre purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  'Phona 25  Real Eatata and Inaurance Broker.  KELOWNA, B.C.  ��   '  ' Uliejaaaaaaaapaaa.   h ,, h     .^.pw^���aj^e���aafa/apa^aaatw  Q.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd,  Are now completely equipped to  .    supply all your lumber   needs  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition-  I  i  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES jThursdaij, Nooember 7  \3ULBS  If you expect to have  bloom for Christmas you  will need to get them  planted at once. Our  stock is going rapidly and  at present comprises:���  Mips (assorted)  \affodils  (Single and Double)  faper White Narcissus  ibeasant's Eye  j) Narcissus  \oman Hyacinths  \utch Hyacinths  Orchard Gitij Record  (Assorted)  aster Lillies  llICES:  \0c. per doz.  65c. per doz.  I. B. Wits & Co.  IUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  K>NE 19  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :     B.C.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sundaya in  the  month at 8 a,m.; aecond and fourth Sundaya, after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the firat and third Sundaya.  Morning Prayer at II   o'clock;   Evening Prayer at  7:30.  St. Andrew'a, Okanagan Miaaion.  Firat Sunday in month, Holy Communion at 8 a.m.  Matins and Litany, II a.m.  Evenaonir 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evanaong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Aaaiatant Prieat.    *  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Morning Services at II a.m.; evening aervicsa at 7:30  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wedneadaya at S  p.m.  Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.  Afternoon service at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2p.m.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  ^abbnth Service at 11 n.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervire Wednesday at S p.m.  REV. J. W\ DAVIDSON. .A.. B.D., P.aior.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Bapliet Church, Ellice St.  Sabbath Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welah. Pa.tor.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Geo.   Thomlinson  HARNESS  and Repairs  Get  ready   for   the  cold  weather by  purchasing a good  Horse  Blanket  New stock juet in  WATER STREET  Next to Dreamland  WILSON & HILL  REAL ESTATE  Business and Residential Property      Orchard and Farm Lands  We handle some of the choicest sub-divisions  in the City of Kelowna, and investors can  be sure of   good  returns on their money.  Investigate our sub-division of Block 26, close to C.N.R. station  site.    Lois 40 x 139 ft.     All good level building lots, and absolutely certain to rise quickly in value.    Price  $300 up, on easy  terms to suit tbe small investor.  Call  and  see   us  before  it  is  too  iate.  A Job will  Always Look Better  For Being Done  WELL  We have every facility for doing  Job Printing  Half-Tone Work  Rush Jobs of all kinds  RECORD OFFICE  Kelowna Public School  Report for Month Ending  October 31st.  Attendance  No. on roll Average  Div.l            21 18.81  Div. II            45 41.88  Div. Ill           39 36.04  Div. IV          36 32.85  Div. V           36 32.68  Div. VI          31 27.18  Div. VII         30 26.61  Div. VIII.        32 28.79  Total 270 254.84  Altendni.ee percentage : 94.4  Honor Roll  Enlrnnce Class.���Dorothv Evans,  Lottie Lloyd-Jones, Lillian McMillan, (fqual); Lydia McKeown  Dorothy Forrest, Clifford Buck,  (equal).  Sr. IV.���Ewart Fletcher, Roy Haug,  George Day.  Jr. IV.���Mabsl French, Wm. Sanborn, Fred Whitehead.  S'. Ill���Blossom Buck, Geo. Pettigrew, Alma Wilson.  Jr. HI.���Almedn Oakes, Terence  Crowley, Willie Raymer.  Sr. II.���Chas. Slewart, Allie Biwten-  beimer, Eileen Fowler.  Jr. II.���Henry Tult, Harry Bawten-  heimer, Bessie Duggan, William  Marshall.  Sr. I.���Helen Robison, Flora Ball,  Nellie Jones, Leonard Gaddes.  Jr. I.���Bessie Haug, Dorothv Morrison, Mary Ritchie, Stanley Whitehead.  Sr. II. Primrr���Geo. Ryder, Robert  Ryder, Donald Balsille.  Jr. II. Primer���Henry Whitter,  Grace Hinks, Paddy Crowley.  I. Primer,   A   Class.���John   Dillabough, Ethel Hillard.  B Class.���Cecily Tult, John Buck-  land.  C Class. -- Kenneth   McKinley,  Lydia Jones.  Primary, A Class. ��� Ralph Ball,  Mary Slewart, Howard Leathley  Enrl Wilson.  B Class.    Anna Hendrix, Miriam  Small, George Newton.  Contributions to Hospital  The secretary of the Kelowna  Hospital acknowledges wilb thanks  the receipt of the following dona-  lions for the mouth of October:  Hospital Sunday. St. Michael's  Church, $50.65.  W. C.T. U.,$15.  R, H. Stubbs, $25.  Ellison District Dance, per M.  Hereron, $25.  Anonymous, $2.50.  J. B. Simeon, $2.00.  C. H. Meyrick, $5.  George E. Ritchie, $9.12.  St. Andrew's Church, Okanngan  Mission (Harvest Thanksgiving),  $31.  Ellison Literary Society, $18.25.  Joseph Ball, $10.  Friend, 6 quarts fruil.  Mrs. Hardy, 12 quarts fruit.  Mr. Featherstonehaugh, 2 boxes  apples, half box pears, sack onions.  W. H. Gaddes, 5 boxes apples,  citrons, pumpkins.  John Biitch, lettuce.  Friend, box apples..  Mrs. Forrest, pickling cabbage.  English church, fruit and vegetables.  Ok. Mission English Church, fruit  and vegetables.  J. N. Thompson, 11 sacks potatoes.  Mrs. A. H. Cbicbton, crate plums.  Mrs. G. R. Binger, grapes.  Mr, Bell, carrots and apples.  Mrs. Ashbridge, canned fruit and  scones.  Mrs. Cal. Blackwood, dishes.  Mr. C. Marty, 2 sacks potatoes.  Mrs. D. McMillan, chicken and  cream for the nurses.  R. L. Dalgleish, I sack carrots.  A. W. Jones, 3 boxes apples.  Don't wnale your money buying atrsngtli-  ening plaitera. Chamberlain'a Liniment  ia cheaper and better. Dampen a piece  ol flammel ��� /ith it and bind it over the  affected parla and it will relieve the and  aoreneae.   For aale by all dealera.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Reaidence 'Phone l No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  1 am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  wilh  Steam  and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered lor  To All Parta of the Lake  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL    -    Mangr.  Phone" 194  P. O Boxl 2  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating & General Howe Repairs  General .House Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Cell   nt  office   if  in   town, 'phone   or  write if at home.  .'�����vs*\���^a��^���^^,'w^.'^���l��Vl'���^llal*^�����^*^vv\a*\a��\.���N'^a��'v^(  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Indira' and  Genta' Rubber   Heela  of the Beat Maltea  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Dial mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for n term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  he leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease muat be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for arc sitimird.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the righta applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  1 he person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  leost once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessnry for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application should  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 the Interior,  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication ot this  advertisement will not be paid for.  WATCHES THAT  KEEP TIME  The value of a watch is in its ability  to keep time, and when it fails to do  this is really of no use to the owner.  Realizing this, we have endeavored  at all times to keep only watches that  we can recommend as being accurate.  We do not claim that our watches  are all perfect time-keepers, but do  claim that they are equal to any and  superior to the average.  Each watch is sold under our own  personal guarantee, and with eight years  of experience in Kelowna we have a  good knowledge of the class of watch  most suited to a dry climatt such as  ours.  If you are interested in watches at all  come in and let us show you our extensive stock, for out of our large assortment you will undoubtedly see something that will be of interest to you.  J. B. KNOWLES  JEWELER fx OP riCIAN  KELOWNA, B.C.  Try a " Want" in the Record  "Highly   Recommended."  " I would certainly recommend that you get a Gurney-  Oxford, Mary. Mother had one, and when I furnished  my house, I got one. Every maid I ever had has  been enthusiastic about the Gurney-Oxford."  " What are its good points ?"  " Well, the best is that it cooks and bakes like a dream.  I never tasted such golden brown biscuits or auch f lakey  pastry as my Gurney-Oxford turn* out, and roasts,  fowls and puddings are always a success."  " Is it easy to operate ?"  " My dear, it's simplicity itself. The Gurney Economizer, which you cannot get on any other rsmge,  regulates the fire simply by putting one small lever up  or down. You never heard of anything to simple.  And by a system of divided flues the oven is always  uniformly heated. You know what that means���biscuits,  bread, roasts, not one half overdone and the other half  underdone, but properly done all through. Yes, my  dear, you take my advice at I took mother's, and get  a Gurney-Oxford Range."  D. Leckie, Kelowna The Orchard Gttij Record  Thursday, Nooember 7  Special Bargains  for Saturday  We cordially invite you to call and  compare the quality of our goods with  others. We are certain we can convince the most discriminating buyer  that the best place to secure the  Finest Goods is at  " The Store of Plenty "  Specials:  Canned Pine Apple  2 Tins for 25c.  Choice Seeded Raisins  Extra Special  3 pkgs. for 25c.  We expect a shipment of Genuine  Wiltshire Bacon first of the week.  "Phone your order  ( WANTED!**)  2 Cents per word, nrsi insertion nnd  1 Cent per word each subsequent  inuertio,!. minimum 25 ents.  FOR SALE  Pony, Harness and Cart.     Pony is quiet  to ride or drive.     Cart and harness are in  good  running order.    Price   and   further  particulars apply Box 84, Kelowna.       37)1  Get the Habit���go to  THE STVREOFPLEM  7E0FPLEND/  'Phone 35  Prompt Deliveries  'Phone 35  WANTED  Female  Help to work in the cannery.  Good board and room fumietied, Excellent  \vni!.;a guaranteed.  The Kelowna Canning  Co., Ltd. 40tf  WANTED  Plain iewiiiR, children's clothea or gen.  era) dressmaking.    Apply Box 446. x  FOR SALE  " Blick " Typewriter, perfect  condition.  Cheap.    Apply " Record " Office, x  LOST  Dropped in Poat Office package of Am.  ateur filma and printa addreaaed to LeRoy  Dolsen. Finder please return to " Record  Office,        .. *  WANTED  200  live  Chickena.     Apply  St.  Louis  Cafe. 46tf  WAITRESS WANTED  Experienced.    Apply St. Louis Cafe.  46if  FOR SALE  Whippv polo Saddle, $25 | Large Heater  (box), 37  ina.  long, $101   Heavy logging  wagon, $60.   Childers, Box 214.       47tf  "for sale-  Splendid team of matched bay Marea ;  quiet ; weight, 2,550 lha. Also good milk  cow.    Alex. Cowan, Benvoulin. 48-0  TO RENT  Two-stall Stable, on Parle avenue.    Apply Horroclcs, Second Hand Store.       48tf  FURNISHED BEDROOMS  with breakfast and supper.    Apply   P. O.  Box 155 or Record Office. 49-50  COOK FOR BACHELOR  or three or four men, (Englishman).     Can  make bread.   Box M, Record Office.  49tf  STRAYED  Three-quarter Jersey heifer, branded PP  right hip, tip of left ear slit.   $5 offered to  anyone returning her to W. B. Pease, Black  Mountain Road. 49tf  STRAYED  From Boyce's camp, Glenrosa, Westbank,  white Bull Terrier female, left eye black.  Reward given  by applying Jas. J. Davit),  Box 419, Kelowna. 49-0  FOR SALE  80 acres of first-class land, about 2 miles  from Enderby; 8 acres bearing orchard.  Small lake on property. Good road. Apply owner, Jas. Ellison, Enderby, or E.  Fowler, Kelowna. 50-1  FOR SALE  Jersey  Cow.     Apply J. Birch, Pendozi  Street. 50  FOR SALE  About 50 laying Hens and  few young  Chickens.    Apply G. Thibault, Box 360.  50  Fownc'i  Gloves  . THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  Penman's  Hosiery  Prepare for the Cool Weather  Here is Warm Bedding  BLANKETSof every dMcriPtion  aaa^aassaaatss Hudson Bays in all  colors. Light and Dark Grey Wool in  ���11 weights. White in all weights and  qualities.  COMFORTERS from the very  - cheapest Cot  ton to the Finest Eiderdown.  SHEETS  Flannelette    Sh��ts   in  ��� Grey and White.  Pillows, &c.  Women's Fall and Winter Hosiery  Women's Flannelette Wear  Our stock of Ladies' Wear was never more complete.  Underwear in all the fine wools, both Two Piece and Combinations.     Full line of Fall and winter hosiery.  Ladies' Coats, Suits, Evening Gowns, Dresses, Blouses,  in fact anything you ask for.  Furs  A  Our stock of Furs is very complete and if you want a  sett come earljr and get first choice.   We have some  beautifu   ((III   r  Mink, Black Mink and Mink Marmot  Come in and inspect our stock.  No  trouble  to  show  goods.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones:      Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  Cheese  Made at Melrose Falls,  Ontario, which is known  to be the best cheese  . making district of the Big  Dairying Province..  Cheese contains more nu  triment to the pound than  fresh meat.  25c. per lb.  Bacon  This in the piece or nicely  sliced by our patent slicing  machine.  Thin or thick by the piece,  27c. and 28c. per lb.  Sliced, 30c. per lb.  We    also    have   Swift's  Premium at a higher price  Meeting of City Council  Continued from p.igf I  Ham  by the whole or half.  Firm, nicely cured and  tasty,  27c. and 28c. per lb.  I.c'ii collected during llie inonlli.  Communications wr-rr read from  J.uk Hunjford, oifiiinc pules lo  the cily, 8-in. top, at $5 each, and  balked at $5.50; from N. D.  Mc lavish notifyingtherounc.il of  lhe expiration of the $700 fire  insurance policy on the fire hall.   '  Aid. Raymer expressed the view  lhat lhe contents of the building  should also be insured.  C A. Washburn, secretary of  the Merchants' Association, wrote  asking the council to take steps to  improve the crossings nn the streets  which were in bad shape. Aid.  Copeland said the matter was  already being attended to.  The following letter was read  from Mr. G. F. Teale, the city foreman i���  "Gentlemen,���1 beg to inform  you that upon Several occasions  the city stop cocks have been tampered with by plumbers and other  persons contrary to the provisions  of By-law 80.  Upon several occasions it has  been necessary to dig down to the  stops after ihey have been interfered with by people who have no  right to touch same.  I have frequently found water  being supplied to houses after  same has been turned off by  myself.  If this situation is allowed to  continue it will be only a short  time before the water department  records will be of no value.  I am bringing this matter to your  attention because one of the principal offenders has been warned  by myself but has taken no notice  of such warning."  Your obedi-nt servant,  J. F. TEAL.  The committee were instructed  to take steps to prevent interference with the city's stop cocks.  Aid. Sutherland had some re  marks to make on the subject of  sub-divisions. A property owner  had lately pointed out that if a  block adjoining his was sub-divided in a certain way, the value of  his property would be very much  injured. This was a reasonable  complaint, said Aid. Sutherland,  and he thought it might be well in  future when sub-division plans  were submitted to consult the own-  ers of adjoining property, or at  least to give them by a notice in  the paper, the chance to raise  objections.  A report (noticed on another  page), of the Municipal Convention  at Revelstoke was read by the  city clerk who had been present  as a delegate.  As there was considerable business still to dispose of the meeting  then adjourned until afternoon.  Fish '  Weekly    shipments     of  Haddie, Halibut, Kippers,  15c. and 20c. per lb.  Sausage  Canvas back Cologna at  20c. per lb.  Brookfield Fresh Farm at  25c. per lb.  The McKenzie  -Limited-  tSJ,  The council met again in the  afternoon when several matters of  unfinished business were taken up  Aid. Copeland stated that several people who were building on  Long street had asked to have the  brush cleared from the street and  the stumps pulled out. The committee were authorized to have the  , work done.  A resolution was passed re-appointing Mr. J. A. Bigger building  inspector at a salary of $15 per  month.  Aid. Copeland announced that  the Board of Works had visited  Coronation avenue where the To.  bacco Co. wished to have the tern-  porary plank sidewalk placed. The  Board recommended that the work  be done. They felt that the com.  pany was doing a good deal for  the town and were entitled to some  benefit in return.  On a question from Aid. Sutherland as to where the money was  to come from, Aid. Copeland said  he thought it might be taken from  the money devoted to* new streets,  A doubt was raised as to the  possibility of this and it was decided to refer the matter [to the city  solicitor,  Aid. Copeland brought up again  the advisability of the city buying  a team, and the matter was discussed but no action taken.  Aid. Blackwood mentioned that  the work of clearing the recreation  ground in the park was not satisfactory. He did not consider that  the contract had been completed  properly.  Mayor Jones suggested that a  meeting of the park commissioners  be called to go into the matter.  The   meeting   then   adjourned  until Monday next.    m  Bandmaster Bornholdt from Arm  strong is taking in hand the reor  ganizing of the Kelowna Band and  will hold weekly practices, the first  to be on Thursdsy (to-night).  " It ii a pleaaure to toll you that Cham,  berlin'a Cough Remedy ia tho beat cough  medicine I have.ever uaed," writea Mra.  Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, Ga. " I have  uaed it with all my children and tha reaula  have been highly aatialactory." For aala  by all dealera.  A Photograph  Children  trie  will be a pleasure now and  a delight to you in years to  come. Your absent friends,  too, will appreciate such a  picture.  Bring the little onea down to  GRAY'S STUDIO I  ROWCLIFFE  BLOCK  Ji specially Is made of child studies  Open Thurs., Friday & Saturday,  From 10 till 5  WE ARE BUSY  unpacking a large consignment of Silverware manufactured in Toronto by  people who know how. We  will not try to describe it in  ink but would ask you to  come in and see for yourself.  New ideas in new designs.  We are more than sure of  the lasting qualities and we  will replace any article at  any time which does not  stand the test (whether purchased from ua or not).  This means something to  the purchaser.  W.M. PARKER & Ca,^jt����  Crowley Block - Box 316 ��� Bernard Am.  All repairs absolutely guaranteed  *Ub  mm  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS.superscribedi'Ten.  der for Black Mountain School/' will be  received by tbe Honourable the Minister  of Public Works up to noon of Wednesday,  the 27th day of November, 1912, for the  erection and completion of a four-room  echoolhouse, to be built of brickwork on  concrete foundation at Black Mountain,  in the Okanagan Electoral District, B.C.  Plans, specifications, contract and forms  of tender may be seen on and after the  6th day of November, 1912, at tha office of  I... Norris, Esq., Government Agent, Vernon : J. W. Woolsey, Esq , Secretary of  School Board, Rutland ; and the Department of Public Works, Parliament Buildings, Victoria* B.C.  Each proposal must be accompanied by  an accepted bank cheque or certificate of  deposit on a chartered bank of Canada,  made payable to the Honourable tha Minister of Public Works, lor a sum equal to  10 per cent, of the tender, which shall be  forfeited if the party tendering decline to  enter into contract when called upon to  do so, or if he fail to complete the work  contracted for. The cheques or certificates  of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  ba returned to them upon the execution  of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer,  and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  w*S J. E. GRIFFITH,  ***** ^BMfcPublic Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works, *   "    MeVl  Victoria, B.C., November 2nd, 1912.  50.2  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING

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