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 Kclonma  Utcotb  VOL V.  NO. 32.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting oi ^i Council  Electric Light Users Outside City Limits to pay all Expenses  Tin oounoil mooting held on Friday  laat waa a very short one, being nd-  journod lor the convenience of aome  of the momjxrr:] to Saturday night.  A reaolution was passed dealing with  the aupply of electric light to persona  outside the city as follows: "That all  suoh parties soliciting electric light  be required to pay all coBt of installing game and for all material used,  and that a charge of twenty-five cents  per month be made for reading all  eleotrio metera outside the city limite."  Tenders were received for tlie painting of the interior of the power house,  the lowest being that of Messrs David  & Linn-its whose tender of 870 was  accepted.  Aid. Copeland stated that' an application had been made to him by Mr.  .1. CaBorso for permission to close the  sidewalk in front of his new block during the day owing io flie il n er of  building material' falling upon pedestrian, during construction work on the)  front of the building.   He was prepar  ed to construct a temporary sidewalk  Kelowna City Bond. Grant lor 3 mouths, ending dune ail, 1913 .  Gaddes, McTavish I.td.I uturost, on loan  . ���  G. F. Jamea, auppliea for May  around the obstruction and to opan  the sidewalk after working hours. The  request' was granted.  Meeting again Satin day night there  was a full attendance, tho mayor presiding.  Some correspondence was read respecting the oity's, debenturea, including  a request from MeBsra Brent, Noxon &i  Co., for an extension of option.  A letter was read from the Hoard  of Trade drawing the council's attention to the expediency of placing a  light at the ferry wharf, and also to  the rubbish and paper wliich wes blow  ing about tho streets in being carted  away by the scavenger. .These matters had been the subject of resolutions  lit a recent meeting of the board.       6  Aid. Calder was instructed to have  tt colored light fixed on the ferry wharf  and Aid. Copeh.no' nnd Aid. Taylor  were asked to interview the scavenger  in referenoe to improving his methods  of carting rubbish.  The following accounts were pasBed  for payment:���  ($5.00  810.95  19.86  Morrison Thompson Hardware Co. Waterworks supplies  4.00  Morrison Thompson Hardware Co. Light and waterworks supplies 10.93  Crawford it, Co. Stationery ���  4.00  Okunngiiu Telephone Co. Thone rental &. long distance culls .... 15.06  W. 11. Trench. Stationery  07.0U  VV. It. Trench. Stationery . . .   .,  18.00  Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight on power house supplies .   .   . 11.37  A. it. Davy, watering streets during   May , f  126.00  ii. VV. liuymer, rent of hall for public meeting re grant to Board-  ol Trod*    ,\  .   6.00  1). Leckia, power house auppliea    . 11.41  1). Leolao, water works supplies          . . 21.82  Lakeview livery, teaming on waterworks construction  16.50  G. Markham, cleaningr olfios and fire hall for May  H-00  Kelowna Sawmill Co., lumbar and hauling sawdust. Hay acct. . . .   123.46  i>. B. VVittiU a. Co. Stauonsry  4.26  C. C. Snowdon, power house supplies  6.16  Kelowna Carriage Works, power house May aoot  9.00  Northern I'.lectrio & lUtg. Co., transformers  88.55  J. A. Morrison Si Co., waterworks account  36.26  1. S. Chamberlain, general work during April and May ....   ���   ��� U-00  Max Jenkins & Co., teaming during May  49.00  118.60  1.66  26.86  160.70  P. G, Miller, work ou pols line construction       2.00  Canadian Moloney Co., transformers   G. l'latt, sewer time olieque   G. Davidson, aewer time cheque   Sewer construction pay roll for 15 days, ending June 15, 1913  Robert Sutherland, prisoner', transportation, etc. .  32.00  U. H. Dunn, oity clerk's salary for June  160.00  F. V. Boyle, clerk's salary for June  90.00  VV. H. Ronnie, clerk's aalary for June  80.00  1'. T. Dunn, assessor and collector's aalary for June  100.00  Robert Sutherland, chief eonmtable's salary for June  125.00  G. Mackay, night constable's salary for June  85.80  J. A. Bigger, building inspector's salary for June. ........ 15.00  A. It. Davy, scavenger's salary for June  166.60  Dr. H. L. Keller, office rent for June  35.00  Messrs. Burne and Temple, city solicitors salary for three months  sliding June 30, 1913 '         ... 60.00  Dr. B. F. Boyce, police- magistrate's salary for thrse months, ending June 30, 1913  IflO-OO  Power house pay roll for tbe month of June  664.52  F. Swaiusoii, work on street, for the month of June  75,00  G. F. Teal, work on waterworks for the month of June  100.00  Mikado Cafe, prisoner's meals.  26.76  Canadian Pacific Railway Co., fivigh ���  177.05  Crane Company, waterworks supplies  76.00  Kelowna (arriuge WorkB, general- account  12.60  Kelowna Garage and Machine Works, auppliea   for   water   intake  pips repairs.  7.36  Dominion Grazed Cement Pipe Co. Sewet pipe 173.40  Kelowna Machine Shops, aewer aooount 60.20  Lakeview Livery, sewer aooount S.1S  Morrison Thompson Hardware Co. aewer account 14.37  D. Leokie, sewer aooount '.1,00  Kelowna Garage) and Machine Work. Ltd. sewer account 6.10  W. R. Tronoh, sewer isocount      2.26  M. A. Alsgard, aewar account      2.20  Dalgleish & Harding, sewer supplies      4.35  Kelowna Carriage Works, sower auppliea 08,80  Crawford & Co., sower supplies 3.10  0. K. Lumber Co., lumber      13.30  Morriaon Thompson Hardware* Co., general account      20.45  Dalgleish ft Harding, general supplies. . .      8.16  Kelowna Garage ft Machine. Works, power house supplies      1.30  Kelowna Machine Shops, work cm pumping stution          3.01)  R. Humphrey, work on aewer ....    R. Schmidt, work on sewer      L50  R. Hector, work on sower .17.386  Max Jenkins 4- Co., teaming on eewer construction ��� . 25.26  Davis, Marshall, MaonsiU 4- Pugh, legal expense, \m Wing appeal .   35.00  Davis, Marshall, Maen.ill ft Pugh, legal expense 35.00  B. C. Weddell,, legal expense 3WW   ' 51.00  C. Hillgarten, work; on polo line . . ���  them, in return for whioh they1 would  A letter was read from the Donninipn  Securities Corporation, advising: tbe  loss of several City of Kelowna d'eben-  tureetures coupons In the mail. They  suggested that a cheque for the  amount, 8150.00 "in all be forwarder? to  give an undertaking; to protect tho  oity tn case af th�� .coupons bsing after  wards found nnd presented for pay  ment. Tho city cleric' was authorized to  ���end the cheque.  Aid. Copeland mentioned that he had!  received an estimate from Messrs,  Glenn ft Son for a 750 gallon sprinkler. Ho suggested that owing to tho  uncertain date of delivery and the  lateness ol ths season 1 t was  not ad  Decision in C. N. R.  Arbitration Case  An important arbitration case was  held in town laat week between Dr. C.  W. Dickson and the Canadian Northern  Railway, in connection with land near  Kelowna expropriated by the railway  company for a right-of-way. The  main facts were thut in April 1r.nl  year Dr. Dickson gave an option to  the British North    Ameroan Totacco  oinpany on 311 acres of land, tho  purchase pries being 81('O,00O. That  option was not taken up in its entirety, owing to the railway company cutting off a portion of the land by their  line, which in tho opinion of Mr. A.W.  Bowser, the president- of the to!iacco  compuny, affected the economical working of tho land for tobacco growing,  consequently tho company only purchased 261 acres at 885,753, leaving  17 acres on Mr. Dickson's hands. The  latter claimed 81725 for the land used  by the C.N.It., for right-of-way, 84174  for tho severance, on/I also 87M0, representing inter.st at 7 pel- cent., on  vl4,347which sum, but for the proposed line, would have been paid by  the tobacco company, making a total  of 866-19. The railway company disputed the value of the land, maintaining that the 17 acr.s could be utili/.ed  for other purposes than tobacco crowing. After hearing a number of v-it-  n?sses on either sldo the nrbitnlors  awarded Dr. Dickson 82350.   ���   Cotton Tabernacle Services  Rutland News  A good interest has been manifested  in th�� special services that are being  conducted at the Cotton Tabernacle  opposite the new school on Sunday at  .- p.m., and e.ery evening at 8 p.m..  with the exceptian of Monduy ami Saturday LVtiiingv.  The second coming of Ohritjl has  been the principal subject under con-  {deration during this week. The speak-  r is well poBted on his subject. The  manner and purpose and also thu time  of his coming have been dealt with  n a very instructive manner. Said the  ipeaker. "The present preparation for  war is an indication that the world  is preparing for tlie greatest conflict  the world has ever krowni, namely,���  The battle of Armageddon."  The question I ox forms a . ery interesting place in these meetings. This  you will find by the door,of tho Tabernacle. You may write and deposit  your quest ions in the box as you enter, which is answered the following  evening.���Con* rib.  Band Concert Program  'he following program will be rendered by the band at the park to  morrow (Friday) night, July 4th:  Stars and Stripes Sousa  Overture, ''Southern Stars" . . Aschor  Synopsis, "Turkey in the Straw."  Old Black Jon"���'"Dixie" "OW Folks  at  Home"���"Sailor's  Hornpipe"���"My  Old Kentucky Home"���'Listen to the  Mocking Bird"  Im.ian Intermezzo, "Spawamis"  Bock well.  Song and Danoe "'lood By* Everybody  r.enzberg.  "We had a lovely Time." . . Edwards  "Spring Song" Mendelsohn  "Home Sweet   Home"���"Dixie"���Yan-  ee Doodle"���"'The Star Spangled Banner" "The Maple Leaf.'j  "God Save the King."  N. Bornhuldt, Conductor   4 _..  Thn Musical and Dramatic Society  have decided to repeat "San Toy"* for  one night at the opera house instead  of the proposed trip to Vernon. This  ovent will probably lal... place at the  middle of the mouth, and those who  were disappointed owing to the seats  being sold out are ad.i ed to book  uarlier for the next performance.  \iinahl.. to puieliaie another sprinkler  this year.  A notification was received from Mos-  ���rs Gaddes-McTavish that a note for  ���80.000 payable to them with 9810.90  interest would be duo on the 3rd day  of July. ThiB waa referred to the finance committee.  Aid. Thompson reported that he had  collected from the trees on Ethel St.,  a number of insects in a more advanced stage than those submitted at a  previous meeting. Mayor .I ones said  he hat) been informed that the insect*.  were not of a harmful nature, but it  was hia intention to get further advice  reapeoting them.  The meeting then adjourned until  Friday next.  (From our own conrctpondent)  Miss Ruby Hunter is spending  summer vacation at Victoria.  her  Mr. K. 0. Warden intends staying at  Okanagan Centre.  Tbe Methodist Ladies Aid meets this  month at the home of Mrs. Sam Gray.  Mr. .J, Clever ie able to report progress in health and oan walk around  by exercising care.  Mr. J, Wallace is in the Kelowna  hospital suffering from a severe attack  of rheumatism and sciatica.  The annual Rchool meeting is called  for Saturday, July 12 at .8 o'clock p.  m., it having been found impossible to  obtain a representative m eting in tho  morning.  Mr. Edward Kelly haa taken up his  residence ou his bench Land north of  W. Mack. Ho lias been joined by his  brother Mr. Conyngham Kelly, who arrived last week from Bedford, England  MissMIy Crowcroft and Mass Col-  lough started on Friday last for their  journey to I-ngle.mt. These young ladies made hostB of friends during their  stay in Rutland who were sorry to  havo to Hay good bye to them.  The annual picnic of the Methodist  Sunday Bchaol was held on July 1st  at Sootty Creek. The Ellison school  joined forces with the result that the  event was judged to be the best of its  kind ever held in the Kutland district,  partly because the children were made  toifeel (hat it was "their picnic" and  not gotten up for the adults, as was  the case laBt1 year. Tho day, although  wet in the morning, turned out bright  and, sunny. After dinner, the sports  commenced, with an important race  between Mrs. Fleming and Mrs. Hay,  but as both claimed to be the best  runner no prize was awarded.  8 years and under, these contestants  were all prize winners  18 yeare and under (girls) Kate Carney.  16 years and undvr (boysfe Tom Carney.  100 yards open, first Elisha Monford  second W. (^uigley.  Sack race, George Monford.  Three-legged race,���W. Quigloy and  F. Plowman. - 6  Potato race. Kate Carney. Thia had  to be run twice &b some of the contestants "tumbled" tho spud while others gently dug the spoon into it,  which actions were not according to  the rules of the race.  LadieH Aid race.���First Ida Fleming.  Second Annie Gay, Third Mra. Stod-  dart. We are glad to note that tnis  lady's ner.es are evidently stronger  th(Tn a few weeks ago.  Earth Approaching Meteors  During the next two or three montiiB  the night iky will be unusually inter-  eating. Th;> earth on its jolirnay round  the sun is approaching a swarm or  meteors along whos.. path she will  proceed for some time. These meteors are very much sea tt. red along  their orhit, so (hat the beautiful' sight  of a moteor shower is not likely to be  Been, Hut they are moving in the opposite direction to that of the earth,  which faot will rosult in their sweeping with gn at speed across our sky,  and leaving long streaks.' of light  trailing after tliem. They wi)l< emanate  from PegaBiis. Meteors range in size  from (he ttiw of one's hand to weights  of many tons. As they journ y through1  spaoe they often colide with the earth  when the gravitation of the later  drags then, from their path towards  her. As they sweep through the atmosphere, friction causes1 them to become white hot, when they can be  seen, after which they disappear r.so  vapor, which, in its turn settles down  upon the land Id a fine dust.  Miss Winnie .loin's returned on Sat'  urday last from Toronto, where she  had been attending college.  A surprise parly of about twenty or  thirty of tAie past and present employees of Messrs. Lawson, Ltd., called' upon Mr. and Mrs. The*. Lawson last  Wednesday, and after reading an address of regret at thoir departure from  the city, and good wishes for future  happiness presented Mr. Lawson with  a handsome pair of binoculars and Mrs.  I.aweonwith a   pair of opera glasses.  School Closed for  Summer Holidays  Presentation Made to Retiring  Chairman of School Board  Friday last was cloning day for tbe  Publio Schools, when the youngsters  and their instructors take leave of  books Jftid pens for eight weeks of summer holiday. On that day so important in the youthful mind for many  reasone, parents and other vit.it or* are  allowed and invited to spend an hour  or so at the school, and passing in a  little tour of inspection' through the  various rooms, see the pupila put  through their paceB an it were. Specimens of the year's productions, in the  way of drawing, painting, paper' folding and <>th- r little examples of handicraft are arranged around the walls of  the rooms and the general average of  these examples was very creditable indeed to the teaching staff.  When these closing exercises were a>  most finished the Bound of the fire  alarm bell rang through the school,  and in the space, of a few minutes the  whole of the clnsses had1 been assembled in orderly lines and marched outside the building to find (though probably sone of the scholars had their  suspicions before hand) that instead  of the Bchool being on fire an interesting ceremony was about to take place.  This was a presentation to the retiring chairman of the school board, Mr.  Thos. LaWBon, who was leaving to live  it. Victoria. The gift which had been  subscribed for by all the school took  the form of a handsome gold-headed  cane. An address was read by Miss  Dorothy Iivans, in which mention was  made of the valuable work which had  been done in the cause of education by  Mr. Lawson, and the esteem in which  he was held by the scholars and school  staff generally.  The cane was handed to Mr. Lawson  by Master Jack Buckland, and in a  few, words Mr. Lawsou thanked the  scholars for the token of their appreciation and added a few words of advice and encouragement to them, urging them to Bee that they got the  most out of their school career while  they had the chance.  Mayor Janes who was present then  announced that he also had a presentation to make of a different kind.  Some time ago he had rashly undertaken to giro a dollar lo every scholar in Mr. Fulton's class who secured  over iM) per cent., marks for spelling,  fie had supposed that perhaps two or  three might attain to this degree of  excellence. Judge of his surprise, however, when no fewer that fourteen of  the pupils established their right to  the dollar.  Thia unexpected drain upon hia tynk  account did not seem to hurt him  however, and he handed oujt the crisp,  new dollar bills with an evident relish  of the internet which had been aroused  in the contest, and the beaming faces  of the* successful ones showed that they  too were- weld pleased with themselves,  Thu following is a list of the names,  with the marks secured:  .Vivian Jonea 100  Edna Clnrke 99.20  Lawrence Marshall    . 98.80  Abbie Wileou        .       . 98.66  Laura Wilson 98.  ttoy Haug 97.20  Fred Whitehead 96.80  Earl Howard 96:  Will Sanborn 96.  Walter Kaymer 98.60  Donald Whit ham 92.80  Jennie Ritchie 92.  Russell  Leckie 91.60  George Curts 90.02  Tho honor rolls for the year were  then road over and certificates awarded as follows. The promotion lists for  school opening after the vacation are  givfen in another column:  BOLLS OF HONOR  DIVISION I.-  Proficienoy, Ewart Fletcher.  Attendance, Ruby Raymer.  Deportment, Clifford Buek.  DIVISION II.-  Proficiency, Roy Haug.  DIVISION III.-  Proficiency, Jack Thayer.  Attendance, Marion Kinsley.  Deportment. Vera Lawson.  DIVISION IV.-  Proficiency, Chas. Stuart.  Attendance, F.mma Millie.  Deportment, Dorothea Buck.  DIVISION V.-  Proficiency, Flora Ball,  Attendance, Leonard Gaddes.  Deportment, Nellie June*.  Kelowna's Remarkable  Building Activity  Percentage of Increase First  in Western Canada, Second in  Whole Dominion  According to the financial- post build  ing statistic, lor ths first firs, months  of this year, which appeared in their  isms of .Tuns 14, Kelowna takes pre-  mii'i- place in western Canada for in*  creased percentage, and is second on  the list for the whole of the dominion.  The building permits already amount  to more than those for ths whole of  Inst year. Despite the monitary stringency throughout- Canada, the prospects  of another bumper crop is having a  most buoyant effect upon the "Garden  City." Representatives of a large firm  of U. S., vinegar and cider manufacturers arB at present in the eity with  the object of obtaining particulars regarding a site for a plant-, for which  according to the board ol trade, there  is a good opening in Kelowna.  Monthly Weather Report  JUNE 1913  Compiled by G. H. Binger, Government  Observer.  Day of Maximum       Minimum  Month                     Temp. Temp.  June   1  86   .  "...   .     47  June    2 83 SO  June    3 85 66  June   4 74 52  June   5 74 45  June   6 81 45  June s.. 79 46  June   8 72 66  June    9 70 87  June 10 72 62  June 11 80 47  June 12 78 60  June 13 61 66  June 14 64 43  June 15.   ....   65 41  June 16 68 48  June 17 71 46  June 18  74   ....  f . 45  June 19.   ....   69 57  June 20 71 80  June 21 63 45  June 22.   ....   71 51  June 23  73   ...... 84  June 24  68  f   .... 84  June 25.       ...   71 55  June 36 72 66  June 27 74 SO  June 28 73 88  June 29.   .       .   .   79 8,  June 30 69 86  RAINFALL  June   8 30 inches  June   9 18 inches  June 10 08 inches  June 13 83 inches  June 14 05 inches  June 15 10 inehes  June 16 28 jnehe-  June 18 09 inohcr  June 19 30 inches  June 20 . 08 ineh-8  June 21 04 inchei  June 22 .02 inohc  June 24 08 inches  June 25 01 inches  June 26 17 inchs'  June 27  01 inches  .luns 28 14 inches  June 30 18 inches  Total for June 2.33 inches  ��� .   There were tha usual drunks sroual  town on ths holiday and the magistrate had mors than usual business on  hand. Ons gay gentleman in parties-  lar having inbibed very freely indent  stole a hone Irom a tie post in the  street and essayed to do th. John  Gilpin act. He tell off. however, and he  hod another big {all l.tsr when he had  to pay *20 and costs.  DIVISION VI.-  Proliciency, Ronald Todd.  Attendance, Stanley Whiteh-ad.  Deportment, Nellio Patterson.  DIVISION" VII.-  I'roficienoy, Alberta Small.  Attendance, Kwen Hunter.  Deportment. Jack Buckland.  DIVISION VIII.- ,  Proficiency, Ralph Ball.  Attenditnce. Gordon Wilson.  Deportment, Howard Leathley,  Several dunges will be evident in  the teaohing stnff when the school re-  nssem' led I ur ' -a~v -"��� p "������ -��� ' n  ed; Miss MoN'air, Mis. Cur..., ai**,  Hooper and Mr. Fulton. KELdWNA 1EC0RD  Thursday, July S,  THE KELOWNA BECORD  Psbliahss every Thursday at the  Offiw, S.lownn, B. C.  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription 81.50 psr annum.  To Lnitvd Statu. 82.00 per auuuu..  Adv.rti.kig rates upon application.  Working Model of  Irrigation Works  The first model of iu kind evor rx*  hibited in Cauada, and peril**... t..t  first ever shown on tbe North American continent, U now being t.-uwu in  the engineering looms oE ihe fV.'.R.  building uf Natural Ketiourctts. It ia  a work of month* patience, and n.pre  went* aeven months labor of th* most  exucting kind.  The model which shows every detail  of the C.P.R. irrigated tract, as well  us the working of the duniouetration  farm at Strathmorr, aud a model of  the Baseano dam, is tbe work of Jas.  Edwards, who is at prt'seut Iu Calgary  to gui thu modtil in working order and  explain its details. The model, while  essentially constructed to he shown  at the Chicago land show thia fall Will  he exhibited in other parte of Canada  before being shipped to the United  .States. It is 28 feet long, 8 feet deep  und is campoeed of six sections, four  central sections t bowing the tract and  one section on each end showing the  demonstration farm and the BtLssano  dam.  This model was constructed with the  idea of conveying an impression of the  irrigated tract to the mind of the layman. Heretofore the Canadian who  wished to gain an accurate idea of the  The following from the "'Vernon  News" of last week ie worthy the beet  attention of the fruitgrowers of this  district:  '"The great ml danger to be guarded  agaiuet from the reappearance of fire  bldght in the Okanagan is not to be  anticipated from the iufectiou in the  trees, but from the character of soulo  of the owuers of th* orchards.  "Were the government officials able  to rely upon tin- support of the men  ihey are trying to serve, there would  lm little or no cause for aiann. In  California where the blight hud secur-  t.-i a far more terrible grip than it has  begun to do in the Okauagun, it has  been stamped out. The growers of  the Okanagan, warned at one., of its  appearance. (*nd w'se with the experience buughi tit su high u price by I in'igated lauds had to be content wilh  their southern neighbors, could, were th�� ^apt. -"*do by engineers. These  they so disposed, wipe out the pest, so maps wilt accurately convey the con-  that uot a vestage remained. tour  lines,  but  the layman  is ull    at  '^Concerted and determined action Is ���**.  imperative, and would be successful. I "Th* model, however, ia simply a  Such action, iu the face of such a' men- blrdVeye vies of the tract in minaturo.  ace, is what might reasonably ha\e ll '" "H drawn exactly to sc��ly, th-  been expected from a community "miu trftct ^Qhi on a scale i.f am-  ,whose interests are identical with the fcoh to tho mile, while the f-trm and  health of its orchards; but this ration* . deim sections are worked out on a  al action is precisely what Ihe Inspect- scale.ol iSl feet to the inch. Thu tV\a-  ors Uud has not been taken. It se.-ms 'lions and grades of the land -.re nil  incredible thnt men should be so blind worked ont in proportion, and even  to their own interests. BO crassly care- the full 5,000 miles of canals, sub can-  less of thoir duty to the province, and ��ls and ditches aro shown with true  so culpably negligent of their business regard to their locations and lengths  affairs,    as to utterly disregard    the'nnd widths.  solemn warning of the men whom they | "This model is made out of paper  themselves, through lhe agency of the pulp, a Canadian production, which  provincial government, employ to pro-1 after" being pressed into shape, ,is treat-  loci their budtHng industry, or that ed chemically so that it becomes as  ihey should be so Inexpressibly light- hard as tho natural wood, and has-tlie  minded as to assume that because added advantage of being Impervious  they happen to have paid the purchase to the influence of heal, water or cold,  price of an orchard, they know more It willi not crack under any condition  of the practical neoeasitHef of growing *ud ean withstand all the ordinary us-  fruit than men who have spent their ages to which it will be subjected. In  lives in the study ot orchard manage- the event of new canals being added  mmt. and who have trained under ��� they can be cut into the model with  professors who hoM their positions in *n ordinary knife,  virtue of their exhaustive km>wledge Chief among the items of interns!  of the agricultural rxpniienes gleaned to the model are the replica ot farm  sine* Adam delved." machines, the miniature railway  train  The above extract contains n sevoro running through the demonstration  and well-merited indictment of the farm at Strathmote, the red water  careless and ignorant fruitgrower. We 'mining through the irrigation eanals.  trust that in this district there are , the models of the houses, treee and  few to whom it will 'apply. It ie the buildings at Strathmore. the ditch  duty of orchard owners everywhere to and reservoir at Bassnno, and the  eqdravor to co=operatir with those who dams being built there,  me appointed by the govt-rtjinent to j Ruilding models inslead of maps has  locate and stamp out this disease, and Ibecntne a recognised bustuess a mom:  we feel assured that when orehatdiets engineers now, according to Ur. Td-  rraUse the importance to ttvm of this wards, who, among his other ffta.s m  ���\oi1i, they wijj be eaget tn secopd the this line, constructed the model of 'he  tiforts of the government experts both ..udous A.ssouan dam in l*'-.,v,.l. ���'�� '���",  in locating the disease and in deetroy   which is regarded as one of :.,e Bteat  iiig every vestage of it.  est rugineeriug feats of mo(l>>in t'm ������  The work is extremely inie'viimg,  inasmuch as it appeals to every man  Parbaoi more than any other inlti- as an actual medium of expressing  ttttion in town tne Kolowna Hospital eomplieHt-'d ouirine.ring proMom*. Onlj  has (.>lt increasing demands upon its tho trnimd engineer tippi'ieiates a iiiup  accommodation,,due to the growth ot or plan; lhe uneducated tanner it prr  pnptilhlion, and the presence in town elates, a model. Of course, it te.|utie  of so many men engaged upon the va- all Mails of patience, inasmuch as the  riotid cons!ruction works. At Jim pros- model, (o 1m of va'ue as a practical  en. time the existing building is total [demonstration, must be absolutely a'  ly inadequate, mora especially in res curate to every detail, Even tlie (air  pert to tfealing wilh women and ma- phone wirfs, the railway tracks, th  teinily  cases. little brooks ami lakes must be repio  lteatuiug     that   this    deficiency  will   dueed.  grow more ami more serious and that      The    modYls    of the farm maeh.net.v  whh the   advent    of    the    railway    n   were oast from actual modeUi by    th-  larger number of patients than     ever   companies   supplying  those   machines,  before will  be  brought   here for  treat-] the   International   Harvester  Company  of Canada and the J. I. Case compan.  of Kacine, Wis. The houses are made  true to scale from the originals on the  fnrtnN, and even (he scale of Ihe.} telephone poles in exact.  Mr. Kdwards, on behalf of the railway company, has insured the mod*'  for Sl.oflfl, but declares he would not  part with it  for many times that. sum.  m nt, the Hoapital Society are nl-oul  'o t.re��i*t a WOfMn'l building, The cost  of thi* will lm in the neighborhood of  10,000, aftd towards this amount and  nlso for furnishing and e pupping the  building, subscriptions and donntions  are earnestly asked, Surely no more  worthy object for Christian charity  could be found than this, and it is  expected that success will crown the  . etlorts of Ihe directors lo raise funds.  Subscriptions may be sent to any of  thn following board of directors; Messrs. T. W. Stirling, J. W. Jonos, C. C.  Prowse, M. Hereron, S. II. McTavish,  P. DuMoulin, M. G. ttorrie, W. R.  Pooley, D. W. Sutherland, A. H. tall,  I'. M, Buckland, H. J. Hewetson and  P. B. Willits or to the secretary of  ths Society, Mr. Q. A. Fisher, Box 129  KeUaMilt.  Up to the present time auproximate-  ly $],000,000 has been pa:d out under  the provisions af the act of parliament  giving a grant of $100 io veterane of  the Fenian Raid. This m mi" that  ton thousand men who were railed out  st the time ef the trouble have received their cheques. There are still eotne  (iftesB thousand applications before the  militia departnuaxt  for consideration.  The municipality of \Wnon has tested a six-cylinder Nil-horsepower Sea-  gravo combination chemical and hose  fire automobile, carrying IWO feet of  2t\ inch hose and a Id-gallon chemical  tank. Mayor Mutrie and twenty others were given an up-hill and down-  dale ride of one hour, frequently attaining a speed of forty-five milce an  hour. The machines answered all teste  satisfactorily and tho onrine was not  hot when returned to (ho tiro house.  The municipality has practically decided to accept the machine.  Tire Loyal Orange Lodge will attend  service on Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Member., and visitors  ere requested to meet, at the lodge  room at 6.30 when a proceteion will  be formed for the church. The preacher will be Rev. J. C. Switier.  I  Z/hrd  275,577 is tlie number of a motor  that left our factory one bright  morning not long ago. It was a  wonderful motor���the result of a  big and unmatched experience.  And the thousand or more motors  we are building every day are  exactly like it.  More th.n 275,0(10 Ford, now in service���con-  vincing evidence ol their wonderlul merit.  Price.:'Runabout $7881 louring Car $863���  l.o.b. Kelowna with all equipment. Get inter-  eating " Ford Tiniea " from Wakcrville Factory  cr from the Kelowna Garage .nd M.chin.  Works Co., Ltd., Kelowna.  |i 'Phone. 240 P. C, Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinist* and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  \Y/p Rpnair   ^BW ^'" Machinery, E��c'ory  Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fitting., Boilers, Gat  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixer., Rpad Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock.  Co,d Rolled Snaf,'n8- Bo^'- Screwt> N"1*-  and Engineers' Supplies  'Phone 4801  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana,   Specifications   and    Estimate.  Furnished  Building of eveiy  description   undertaken in Tow-n or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work  given personal  supeivitnon  Promptness   and   satislaction  guaranteed  FRUIT, HAY AND MIXED  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.     Any sized acreages.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terms:   Quarter cash down, balance I, 2,  3 years at 7 per cent, interest.    Soil, black  mellow loam.  Also 2,000 acres en block, very choicest of  land. Reasonable prices and terms. Best  large investment in B.C. Prices one-half  less than what other Okanagan companies  ���el) for. As for quality of soil we invite  personal inspection and companion wilh  other high-priced lands in litis valley.  Agents for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  also lor  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the  services  of an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-clans  shops.    We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owneis  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRlE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.C.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange  Choice Albert, improved farm, and city  lota exchanged (or Kelown. and Okanagan  fruit, hay and residential lots. Alberta  property rising in value rapidly.  I Panhard Levasson Automobile  451...p. Cost $6,000 new. Will sell lor  $800 cash, or will exchange lor lots, horses  or cattle.  HITCHNER BROTHERS  Westtunl, B.C.  Lysons Lake Shore Lots  ONLY SIX LEFT  Price $400 each  Buy Before They are All Gone  H. LYSONS     -     Kelowna  or any agent  Kel  owna  Can Grow the Fruit  No Doubt About That  We Can Do the Printing  We have a fully equipped plant which  is growing all the time and we shall  be glad to place it at your disposal  Record Office  ���PHONE 94 Ttaurs4��y, July 8  KEJXWNA ftBCOBJI  H. & K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  ICE CREAM  ICE  'PURE    i!i I    >:!      i/')".!.',  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.  FLEET,  'Phooa 24 Headquarters:  Brooke's Livery  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 lo 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m.  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2J,4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand. Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May 1st, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE   ~~  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS,Ld.  Office in Raytn.r Building.  KELOWNA. B.C.  The Incola Hotel  -   PENTICTON   -  It a most desirable place to spend the Week End  RATES AS FOLLOWS:  From Friday Night, Including Sunday Djnner - Six Dollars  Saturday Night, Including Sunday Dinner - Three Dollars  ��� A  Music in Spacious Rotunda  8 p.m. to"l I p.m. Saturdays.  33 il.  500 $2.25  1,000 $3.50  Including Paper  Call and set Samples at  HAVE YOUR  BUTTER  WRAPPERS  PRINTED  ,, wilh your name and address and get the credit for  your skill in Ib preparation  Storekeepers Will Buy Labelled  Butter  much more readily than  thai which gives no indication where it came from  RECORD OFFICE  sSERNARD AVENUE  Communications  Ufltertk^kMdlnaeammunlMtfosaum '  �����   -������ racalMd upon any vMbjccIc o( inUrast.  Utter* mint be ���Igoec-.b* ..rial, atold  ptraooiilitlca. Th* Editor doas not me-  ���Marlletndora* -.pin.one gives belcic.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  SPREAD OP THE  CANADIAN THISTLE  luiitor Kelowna iteoonf.  Dear (Sir,���I would be obliged if you  would kindly allow uw, through lbs  medium ol your paper, to oall thst.it-  tentioa ol inniii ih th.oiighout tho pia-  viaoo to tbe nwwsiiitj of conducting a  vigorous campaign against tbe spraaU  oi noxious weeds in tbe province, 'i Uu  oonstritutes a grave auaaos to the ne-  velopment ol agriouliure, and it i.  very essentiul tbut a dstarmiaed ei-  lort be made at the present lime to  tumbat the evil Wore it get. too big  ts bsocUe. It is deplorabl. to sm  many goad agricultural distriets in  Uw provisos the alarming .Hunt to  wbiah tbe Canadian thistle hoe spread  This is one oi the .very wo.'it weea.  in existenes and probably the hardest  to control.  The following course of tr.atuwul  whioh should be pursued for tbe eradication of Canada, thistle is reoommeu  ded by the Seed Commissioner'.  Branch of the Federal Department ol  Agriculture..  Being a deep rooted perennial, Canada Thistn should be ploughed1 deep  in summer just u. the llowers open,  or the flowering Htemu may be mowed  down and tbe land ploughed as soon  as the new growth ajirieiii'H.. A. new  ���terns ure thrown up they must be cut  off with a broad-sheared cultivator, at  intervals during tha summer and autumn. Deep ploughing in the autumn  has bean found useful in .upressing  thistles iu Manitoba. The chief uafir  guard against CatyrdBi thistln nntf sini  ilor deep-rooted perennials, i. undoubtedly a regular short rotation of rrops  with thorough cultivation. A three  year rotation including* two cutting, ol  early red clovut- for the first year,  followed by deep faU ploughing for  hoed, crops with clean cultivation and  a cereal crop for the (bird will suppress it.  For permanent pasture tint! wild  lands where this ooiu'.e of treatment  is not {aseible, a plan which is followed by many with great success is to  Uesp thc plants cut off right at tha  crown and never allow them to flower.  This course, il pursued faithfully will  in ��� few years time, destroy this pest.  All provincial ousistables and fire  warden, have again thi. year been appointed ngeuts lor the department in  the'enforcement ol the provisions ot  the Noxious Weeds Act, and have been  instructed in case of non-oompliaao.  with notices server! on owners, to institute prosecutions. This in*itself.  however, is not all that is necessary.  It is imperative thalt the co-operation  of the farmers Iheinsulvis le secured.  The provisions of tlie .Noxious Weeds  Act ore atrinpjt-.lt eliotllgh, but its proper enforcement cannot be effected to  the best advantage miles.*, the farmers  do their share, und Bee that their  neighbors take steps to destroy weeds  before they need, I <ln*t therefore  that we may have united action along  theae lines, nnd lhal etipcftive work will  be done this year toivards the suppression of those weed, which Me proving  such a menace to ��� iicrcssfuT agricultural. development in different parts oi  tbe province.  Thanking you in     anticipation    lor  your courtesy irt iai.eiiing this letter,  Y.oiIt. very truly,  WM.  10.  MCO'lT.  Deputy Minister -*' AgrieulOjir*.  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  H.wetfron Block. Kelowna    -    'Phon. 206  KO. Bo., 509  C. Huy*j, 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.  Phon. 147. P.O. Box 2)1  PIANOFORTE  MB. HAROLD TOD  BOYD  F.*liil>itic.u*r Royal Collage   of   Muaic,  and lataly  with Kandrioa Pyna, Mua. Doc, Organiat of lha  Calhadial, MancliaMar, Enj..  RECEIVES PUPILS  At  lha  Sludio,  Trench   Block.  Kelowna.  Muiic  of  every  deacription   aupplud.  4��.     .,  MEN'S  Hot Weather  COMFORTERS  II  you   wi��h   to  keep  cool look for your aum-  mer  requirement*   at  the   CASH   STORE.  I'he prices <Jo not make  you (eel hot  Straw Hats-       -       - $1.25  B.V.D. Underwear.  Union   end    two.pisc.  -   .uit. . $1.65 auit  Balbriggan Underwor  90c. and $1.35 auit  Grey Fluael Pant.   - $U0 snd $4  White Duck P.nt..      ���      . $1.50  Alpacca   Coat..  Bleck   end  Grey      .... $2.50  A larga aaaortmenl ol New Tie.  ju.t received  5P  Water Street  Oat Block North)  N.ar Bank ol Montreal  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Bo. It. 'Phono SI  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives leseona in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alao  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��. BUILDER  Plant and Specifications Prepared  and estimatea given (or public Build-  iiifjs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmomj, Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aaaociat. ol tha Royal Collete oi Organiit,, Load.)  Give. leMOn. in the above aubjecle.  Qualified  by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  aucceaaca at local examination. (Trinity  College, London)  15 yean' aucceaalul teaching experience  Studio   ���   R.ymcr Block  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill University)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  MeeMie. may be left at the office oi  M.aara. R.tlenbury ot William.  Miss PRANCES A. PEARSON  I..R.A.M. (London)  taMhaa corrocl  VOICE PRODUCTION! SINGING  Box 368. Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ooer Roual Bank   ���   Kelotona, B.C,  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Lite Principal and Solo Violinist Crystal Palace Orchestral Society, and  Cittj of London Orcheatral Society  I'aiticulara and Term, on application to  P.O. BOX 262, KELOWNA, B.C  First-Class Five-Passenger  j  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  Your Whole Family  Father and Mother, Sons and Daughters,'  r and the little ones too, have each their  own special needs in the matter of foot-  wear What you want in shoe buying ia  a atock large enough and varied enough to  enable you to exactly suit your own taste  We Are Shoe Specialists  We devote our whole time to the Shod  business and our aim is Service to the Public  We Stock  The Best in Quality,  The Smartest in Style,  The Cheapest in Price  Our experience and the large scale on  which we do our buying enablea us to  combine these advantages.  You can depend upon Good Value  for Your Money  MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  'Phone 256 P.O. Box 233  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will he prepared to aell any of  theae products  PRICES. &c, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187  Pendoxi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude .Jsmes' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish & Harding*'.)  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phon* 65, or call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    *    Proprietor KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday,'Jill9 3  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priest s Orchard  Have for sale  ORCHARD  LANDS J  ed and Unplanted  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bencl-  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  Clc  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O.Box 174  We are carrying a complete line of  Automobile Tires and Tubes,  ��� ,, ���      Patches  ��� Electric Horns  ��� N.P. Bumpers  ��� Accessories of all kinds  Dinjo Cylinder Oils and Greases  MORRISON ��� THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  hsn  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Eilimatei Furniihed on all ktnda of building*.       Reiidencea and Modern  Bungalows a Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a (ull line of interior decoration*. conaiiting of the lateat and mott up-  to-date wall hanging*.'    Call and inspect my atock of Wallpapers and get my  eatimate on your apring painting and decorating. ,  Gty and country patronage solicited  I���a  'i OWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  A daughter w..�� bnrn to Mrs. Alex.  Mitchell last Sumltiy,  June Sttth.  Mr.    T. W.    Stirling left for  land on Monday morning.  Eng-  I  BU.MAN.-Ou   Saturday,   June ilBth.  to the wife of Thus.  Bulman, a ion.  t   a   a  Mr. aud Mrs. Treadgold and family  left Monday un un extended trip east.  '���   ���   #  Mra. Kobt. Carawell. of Johnaon to  Carswell. Long Lake, ia visiting .Mr  and Mrs. Alec McQuarrie this week.  ��� ���     4  Misa McNair of the school staff, left  Monday for the ooaat where aha will  spend the vacation.  4*4  Mra. E. C. Pell and Mias Alice Pell  arrived this week from Winnipeg on a  visit to her lister Mrs. 11. H. Mil It'.:.  4      ���     t  Mustrr Kalph l.nlmnn left Monday  morning to atteVd a college at Milwaukee, Wis,  ��� 4     4  The service!, at the Baptist Church  Sunday last were of a patriotic character on account of the following Tne-  Kfftay being Dominion Day.  4*4  Mrs. I'. Brooke left Monday morning  hy the boat en route for the Old  Country. She waa accompanied to the  landing by Mr. Brooke.  4     4     4  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Switzer will be  at home to the people of Kelowna in  the parsonage, liichter street, on Tua  -.day, July 8th, from 3 to 5.Ml and in  the evening from 9 to 10 u'okw'f.  ��� ���      4  Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald of Pen-  tie l on came up liy Friday's boat ac-  compan by their aon Frank who is  und. rgo.ng an operation for appendicitis.  4    4    4  Mr, and Mrs. Hto.. I luv.-nm . .: I  family left Tuesday movuln^ I..r their  new home at Victoria. A large party  of frieuds wore on the wharf to give  the family a final send-off.  ��� 4     4  Mr. C. K. Thompson now runs the  stage from Vernon to Okanagan Mis  slon. lie bought out Mr. Uouwtts  aud has put on a fine new rig and  good* team.���Krom Vernon News (20  years ago.)  ���      4     ���  Mr. -ieorge ThomlinBOn is removing  liis harness business to Watsr Street  north, the first of the ni>w Mores behind tht. Hank of Montreal. Mr. Thonv  linston'a business has keen steadily  growing during the past few montha,  and ha expects to make many fresh  cuHtomat-H in hia new prattniaes.  4      ���      ���  Meisrs. llltitin untl Soin have completed ths extension of their promise.-, which are now jusU double the  size tlioy were. The nef.v section is  devoted largely to a big- slock of harness and a harness repair shop. 01  this department Mr. T. Cooper has  taken charge. Mr. Cooper formerly  owned the harnuuH bunine.*. which was  purchased by (ttenn &. Son. .Accommodation ia also provided for several  carloads of feed, and greater storage  room for wagoaia and t.in|ilmm.iit...  4*4  i.niiD a large crowd, undeterred by  the threatciung weather, took in the  excursion to I'entioton TueBdny for  the Dominion Bay spuria mi. thai place  amongst them being the .Band who  had been engaged to provide the music for Ihe lii-fit day. The* weather,  however, waa a moat ugreeai.le surprise, for a more glorious day for an  outing coiild hardly havo been imagined, and lhe large grand standa were  died lo overflowing.  4     4     4  According to the "Ffaanoftal J'oat's"  huilding statistics for thio &rst live  months of this year, whioh appear in  their issue of June I 1th, Kuiowna has  the premier place in Western. Canada  for percentage of Increase, and is seo-  ind on the list for tho wtnole of the  Dominion. The building permftl already amount to more than thotie for  lhe whole of laat year. Det.pite the  money stringency at presai.t prpvji.il-  throughout Canada. Kelowna enn-  I linuci to forgo ahead,  I    A    mishap    which    was  forlur.mtely  ��� ".ore amusing than serious*: ��CCUrrOd us  , the s.n. Aberdeen was malting her* return trip from Pentioton to Kelowna  Tuesday.    As tho boat- wus putting in-  I to 1'e.ichland on&.of thj donlc   hand*..  i misjudging in the darkoessi the distance of the boat from tire *wharf, fell  short in his jump and dropped   into  | the dark waters of the lake., Happily  he oould swim and reached shore in a  . stroke or two, returning on hpqrd a i  sadder and a wetter man.  '    Mr, A. B. Lord left Monday morning  i for. Victoria.  | t      ��      4  |    Dr. Mathison returned Tuesday from  his visit to Winnipeg and Toronto.  444'  Mr. Herman Hansen left Monday  morning ior a visit to Yanoottver and  other count aitlsa.  ���   4   *  Miss Futlerton left Saturday lait to  spend the    school vacation in    Nova  Scotia. *  4*4  Mr. W. li.. Tait letuiuid t > tha ciiy  Sunday afternoon after spanning a  few days in Kam.oops, luoking. after  his business interests thers.  e   4  a  The ceremony of installation of tbe  otlicers is to take piece in connection  with the local lodge of Oddfellows tonight (Thursday). Mr. J. H. Glass,  D.D.G.M., of i'entictoh, will be preaent  accompanied by Bro. Webber, P.G.M.,  formerly of Penticton but now of Vancouver.  ���    44  The provincial department of Agriculture is holding a British Columbia  ���xhibit at Brandon about the middle  of the present month. Mr. Beaver  ones, lhe publicity commissioner, has  been naked to procure if possible from  this district a good selection of grains  and grasses, and will be glad if these  can be sent in to hiB otiee not later  than -the 9th.  How long does a turtle Jive? Can't  say, but one in Kelowna haB lived for  seven years at least. Ons pf theae  queer reptiles was picl.ed up near to  Knox Point the other day with the  inscription carved upon its bnck: "C,  Qnin, May, liWfl."     'lhe lettering was  just a* legible as- the day it was done  and the turtle was certainly alive  enough to nvile a deapf/ata struggle  for liberty when the bag which held  it was y.pi ned for our inspection.  4*4  A bail accident, with somewhat serious consequences at least for one of  the parties concerned, occurred laat  Friday noon. Meesrs. A. Pelt mint, J.  Finch, and Edwards, all painters, were  driving in a democrat towards town,  and in turning from the-back lane between the Presbyterian church and the  High School into Richter street the  wheel of %*\n> rig struck the old irrigation Hume and dropped down into the  hole alongside it. The seat happened  to be loose and tumbled out, throwing  the three occupants violently to the  ground. Pettman   fared   the  worst,  his head having apparently struck the  tlume, rendering him unconscious and  causing severe concussion of the brain-  Finch broke his little linger in ths tall  nnd hurt his hack in such a way that  he will be laid up for some time. Edwards escaped with a slight bruise en  the head. Pettman has been mora or  Isbs unconscious ever sines, but the  doctors ar,. hopeful of his recovery.  W. C. A1TKEN  BUILDER Be CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office ; No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Gaddes-McTavish  Umiud  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  Phone 217  Leckie Block  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard  Avenue       . .       Kelown.. B.C.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MFAT MERCHANTS  ,.  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town,  ���,-.* and aurroundini country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance off Water.  Close to. Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMOKE. Don't miaa tha opportunity of selecting a few acrea of thia deairable  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ���how you our aub-diviaion ���>  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  juat four blocka from the centra of the town.     Pricea low.   Term* aaay,  monthly paymenta if ao deaired.  Fire Insurance  We repreaant only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring "with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terma: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure waler.    Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply al your  lumber  We have now a larga stock of loaal aad coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and ln splendid coftditton.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES li.M.  fhwrsd^ Jqltj 3  jKflC-:  KEtdfrt, A ��ECOHa  We have in stock  .** -;.-'���.������'.��� -.  McCormick and Deering  ers  in different sj^ea  ���  m  We invite you  to oall and  inspect otir  NEW HARNESS STORE  nr   i_'   *"*���'��� ���-', "'?'������ W����-i,'*<*-V''w1-"- ������'���'�����"  We have separated it trom our Implement  department, and will now be in a better  position fo baity nothing but firsi-claeis stock  You will find our stock of RIDING GOODS completo  also a good selection of Dusters and Rugs  Recommended.���  .*itMH-*K,< ���������'i-j.'-,-.'"-t#'.-  Uary Ferner.  Rusael Leckie.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in -    .   .      '    -  Farm and Orchard Implements        ��� ,���  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -      IvMLOWNA  Kelowna Public School  PROMOTION LISTS  . (Names are��jfi ?rder o1'iaerit.>  TO ENTRANCE CLASS "A".'     ''.  Ewart- Fletcher,  i*) Frances'Auckland.  i:f- Margaret tClarke, >,; 4       ' ,  ? Beata'llbyd-JoM"*      *'   '.,  ���'   . JceneWta HarveV.  ;        '*    *S -.'  (     Margpite Bu<H��r'"     \   ']:.[.  Lina ScMillnn. '' '������.���  May WJkion.      ' ',',        ):. . , 1   .  is <��� (���'.' '*, ���     {' ������       *  Reiommendri.���     ., ��������     /���'   ���'."  Amaie^&illan.*' \      .   :,.'.  Kiissef Sutherland.   -,  'j *i '������' ���     ���'     '        } 1   .  Tp^ENTRAffiB CLiSS "B'-'t'  '.  Vivian Jones.  Gee. J)ay, /  Geo. Curt..  L. Marshall.  Fred, Whitehead.  Earl Hef*ard.\        li.  Richard* Horrocks.   *m ���  ' MabaT Wa.son.'>      ������>���,' .'  Edna-Clarke.1*,    fT"  Wm*SarAem** ���'.'���''���  D. Whitham.  ;l  TO JUNIOR II.-  ���   W. ThomlinBon.  F. Duggan.  Ralrh Weddell.  Earl Raymer.  : B. Duggan.        '  Isabel Copeland.  W. Marshall.  .   J. McQuurrio.  Dorothea Crass.  F. Patteraon.  .  .Jas. Anderson.  R.Forrest.   '  .'Eli Lanoaster.  ,    Alex Thayer.  ,   Tom Lee.  TO SENIOR READER II.-  B. Haug.  /��� D.' McLean.  V   Dofiithy Morriion.  -    M. Hewitt.:   U. Sandera.  K. McQuarrie.  J. Swerdfager.  M. Swerdfager.  Chas. ('opelnnd.  ,������' V. Walkem.,  ��� 'Martin Colin.       V  /������ . ������' ti  ���  Recbmtrrended.���'.'.'       r-T  ,":': Lily'Marshall.  '" V. Diilon.-  Lome Curts.  "M������^���^^���w���I^M^^^^���I"^^^'^1^^1���'^���^1"^���^���^^a���H������trH^^^���l^l^l^i^'^������l^^'^  m  ���V -VV*'"'  QixwjL ^h6iuz .maid J cuy��,  JiA7,acftc. tye  ' UfcmdL Mb off  *  * -.* ���  ���. > �����*  jf>0-a!./i^>  '    '��� ��� *������������  liii^'Sboan.sl.  ou\ lecU abebueh^dbeamb3-'that  you\d\eam eon only le apleabant  one when you bleep upon them.  a\oom adorned with ont'-04,ou\  lecU will lobif' like 'dbeamland.  let ub help you make you\ home-,  pretty. <fou eon enpy ouh SecU  loth niM and day.  ��� ...   . . .. .���'. ������������....���.���.��..     '.--      ... �����������  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUR  PICTURES  BY   HAVING, US   FRAME  THEM  THE GREENHOUSES. Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian an'rt nov, tn|liah Churche.)  fresh, cjjt;  HOT HOUSE  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  at ���tore pricea  CUTFLOWERS      Vegetable and Bedding Pl.nt.     POT PLANTS  a" for F��f)l.and     ��� ��� ���   ���  Winter Planting  Orders taken for  Phon. 88  PALMER & ROGERON      p.o.b��ii7  TO SENIOR IV.-  ^BIoBsom Buck.  Norman DeHart.  Geo. Pettigrew.  V. DeHart.  ��� I i.n Calder.  J. Copeland.  L. Lemon.  G. Sutherland.  J. Brown.  Elsy Haug.  E. Goodrich.  Z. Ciifley.  T. DugganT  G. DeHart.  T. Ritchie.     . .  Wm. 'Fletcher.  TO 'JUNIOR IV.-  Jaok Thayer.  T. Crowley.       ^  M. Hinsley  B. WUson...      -, ���  A. Wilson.  Almeda Oakee.  A. Reith.  K. Akeroyd.  R. Hall.  E. Bouvette.  H. Crowley.  Doris Hodkinson.  F. Fowler. -....���  P. Teague.  Vera'Lawson.  0. Thompson... .  6. Frenoh." >' :  B. Dyta. ) '���'��� | { ,  CX Gaddes.  J'. MoQuarrie.  K. McKenzie.  It, Elliott. ,  C. Ferguson.  D. Perry. * '  Bi Thiycr.  A, Ritchie.  I): Teague.  Ei FleVher.  lii Carapbell.  K  Downing.  Recommended.���  Miao dopeland.  Ai Raymer.  Cyril Woddoll.  10 senior m.-  Emma Millie.  Dorothea Buck.  BeVh Davis.  t   ' E.J Fowler.  CUas. Stuart.  .lucob Krimmer.  JeS8iei McMillan.  Key DeHart.  Alma Bawtinheimer.  ' Mbyd'TJay:      '    J  Reoommended.���  Pearl Downing.  Hazel Graham.'  (Ilia.. Graham.  Cad McKenzie.  Beit Patterson.  TO JUNIOR III.-  Flora Ball.  Ixnonard Gaddes.  ��� H. Brunette.  Nellie Jones.  J. Bouvette.  It. Bawtinheimer.  ^ Hfllen Robi.on. '  tele" Whitohead.  D. Woolsey.  D. McMillan,  j A. Wilson.  Beth Davis.  ,,W. Shea.  Lizzie Wilson,  . Clarenoe JoSaelyn.  E. Marty. ' v  Gladys Teal.  Boy Oakes.  0. Eviu..  K. Crowley.  Reoommended1.���  Henry Tutt.  Annie Dillabough.  Mi  "*?   i ��W W0-VH���"*���   ������  <"J, '.  *r v$��'  ��l��"JUr��9R����BADEIfc.-n:'..��*���  Eva Watson.  Donald Balsillie.  Stanley Whiteliead.    ^lt  Ronald Todd.  George Ryder,  Mary Woolsey.  Laird Cameron.        ��  Iris Webster.  Robert Ryder.  Willie Birch.  Mollie Miller.  Matilda Oakes.  "Winnie T.bngley.  Nelson Marshall.  Grover Allan.  ���" Bob Bnrtch.  Lulu Bouvette.   *  Edmund Corby.  Paddy Crowley.  Minnie Curts. ;  George Oliver.  Gladys Hall.  Recammended ���  '' [  Dorothy Graham.      jj  Kathleen Hints. ;  Ivy Laws.  Raymond Laws.  TO SENIOR READER I.-  ' Arthur' Brunette.  -Ettie Clement.  George Clement.  Bertie Duncan.  ' Evelyn Lanoaster.  Paul Leon.  Arthur Ludlow.  Agnes McMaster. ���  : Willie Sanders.  ���Bella Teste.. '  Edward Toole.  Alios Burtoh.  Shirley Chambers.  Recommended.���  Martha. Burnside.  v   Nellie Patterson.  Grace Wotherspoen.  Henry Witter.  Wilbsrt Witter.  TO JUNIOR READER L-  ���X"     ���  Alberta Small.     .  ,  Ian Douglas.  ���   Wong Yon.  .lack Buckland.  Roy Shea.  Eddie Pettigrew.  Cioaly' Tutt.  John Dillabough. ���   ,  Dorothy Cramp.  Edward Small.  Willie Stewart.  Frank Toole.  ...Willie Day.  Stanley Duggan.  Mildred Cameron. '      '   .  " ''Effia'Silu.rd.  Denis (lore.  Mary McMaster.  '    Martha'Woolsey.  Poy Lse.  "B"  Ralph Ball.  Earl Wilson.  Howard Leathley.  Gordon Wilaon.  Alios Byrns.  Hugh McKenzie.  Wealthy Greig.  Recommended .���  Mary Marty.  Dorothy Marty. *   k  Henry Millar.  Agnes Marty.  Reginald Weddell.  Robert StillinRfleet.  Rosalie Wilson.  Mary Stuart.  TO SENIOR PRIMER II.-  Lydia Jones.  Katie Krimmer.  Kenneth McKinley.   '  Geo. Sutherland.  Harold Morgan.  Clifford Dillabough.  Heotor Duggan.  Mabel Davits.  . ...\.U. .'"  ;;PRODUCTIVE LAND;;  If you sue seeking ':  ::Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage ;;  apply to 11  : R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission ::  ;;   ' Telephone   -   LI ','.  ��� ��� Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  ��� ���  ::.*"��� ,;-���*&* ������-  .< ��� < List o( properties for sale on application  iH.....|...-m-..m-.4m  Coal!  Coal!!  Real PeiaSylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  '   In store and nut size's  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -  $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   *���**   -  $12.00 per ton  M. .HAUG.  -    KILQWNA B��. .-    *f*~  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc.  "' '���   <  ���������''��� ���'��� ''  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Registered Standard Brtd Stallion  Don Zombro  Regiatered Number 48391  Don Zombro is a bay stallion. 15.3  hands,   sired   by   Zombro,   dam  Rambler Maid,   by   Rodgirl,   by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started last year in tha  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vernon, winning both races, making a  mark at Vernon of 2.33.  Some of his colts arc stepping in better  than 2.30 before they are two years old,  notably Zombronum, which promises to  be in the 2.10 list in 1914.  " He is a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind and gentle in  disposition.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended ta  Don Zombro will stand (or service at Max  Jenkin. oc Co.'. .table during the day and  at Mr. Copeland*. home after 6 p.m.  TERMSi  ��15 for tingle leap;   120 for  lauu; $25 to latere,  parable when mare -irovee to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND, Owner  Ewoo Hunter.  Viotor Fowler.  Elva Toole.  TOJUN10N PRIMER II.-.  Jessie Paisley.       ft  Winnie Tutcher.  Mary Birch.  Lois Copeland.  Ruth Rowcliffe.  Ronald Weeks.  Charlie McMillan.  Dorothy Hewitt.  Carl Brunette.  Agnes Shea.  George Newton,  Miriam Small.  Gordon Wataon  Frorenoe Stoveson.  Everot Wilson.  Christono Ferguson.  TO SENIOR PRIMER I.-  Thelma Dillon.  Muriel  Hi,Ion  Sadie Roll. !  Bert Adams.  Douglas BucklaDd.  Neva Miles.  Vera Hill.  Lily Hill.  Cyril Weeks.  James Wotherspoon,  Cyril Askew.      - -,'  Jaok Rydor.  Alios Ryder.  Roy Ludlow.  Cissy Newman.  'Phon. 4801  P.O, Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan.,   Specification,   and    Eatimata.  Furnished  Building of every description under,  taken in Town or country.  None but thc BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  r.     -Non-Smoking and  Good Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  H.,.. KELOWNA BBC4M*  Tbursday, July l  i i i    H7  Ladies' Suits  Only a few left, but very good styles, and  thoroughly up-to-date. In navy serges, &c.  This line is offered at 33 and one-third off  original values.  Ladies' and Misses'  Dresses  M.de in Corduroys, Serges, Panamas, &c, iu  colors of Black, Navy, Grey and Browns.  Special Price,  33 and one-third off original  price.  Ladies'Wash Dresses  In White Crepe and Brown Linen, handsomely  embroidered.   This is a splendid line, regular  values being $5 and $6.  Special  _ $3.7?  House Dresses  Just received a shipment of these useful garments. They were late in delivery, so have  marked them very close. Made in styles and  plain effects.    Prices from $2 to $3  Summer Corsets  Made in fine mesh net, good long style, very  cool and comfortable.   Sizes from 18 to 26.  Special $1.25e. pair  Barretts  A special value in barrens offered thit week.  Values up to 50c., apecial 20c.  Hosiery  A fine line of Hose, lisle top, with silk tool and  article, in colors of Black, Tan and White.  Regular 75c, special 50c. a pair  Neck Ruchings  Tourist Ruchings, put up in boxes.  Special |0c. box  exclusive and fashionable modes  t  should appeal strongly  to those   who require  anything    in    Ladies'  Suits or Dresses  VtV are offering aome exceptional bargains in these  lines. Il will be worth your  while to investigate. Our  stock is not heavy, but we  wish to clear out all lines  in Ladies' Suits and Cloth  Dresses to make room for  our new stock of Millinery,  Suits and Coals, which are  ordered for early delivery  Lace Curtains  All our stock of Lace Curtains, in both Nottingham, Swiss and Etanaine. These go on sale  at startling reductions. Curtains from $1.75  to $ 10 per pair, prices from $ I to $7.50  Fdbhons  A good quality Taffeta ribbon, in colors of Sky,  Navy, Black. White and Pink. Regular 35c.  a yard, Special 25c.  Turkish Towels  Striped Turkish  Towels.   Good   quality   in  Brown and White Stripe.   Regular 45c.  Special 35c. pair  Men's Suit Bargains  Taken from out regular stock. Good serviceable suit* in Tweeds and Worsteds, in neat  patterns, in shades of Greys and Browns.  Regular $15. $16.30, $22.50 and $25.00 ',  Special... $15  Boys' Suits  Made, in the popular two-piece style and Norfolk, extra full cut bloomer*. Sine 22 to 34.  Value* up to $8.50, special..*  ..,.$5  Underwear  ManV Balbriggan Underwear, in Natural, Pink  and Blue ��hades, all sizes.    Special 50c.  Men's Sox  Silk liale Sox. in Black and Tan shade*.   Size*  9to II.    Special 25c.  Llama Sox.   Special   3 for $1  Grey Flannel Pant* 2..-inch cuff, belt loop*,  ox.. $3.25.   White FUn.I Pants. $3.75  Shoes  A special purchase of Ladies' and Misses'  Pumps from $1.50 up  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C Thursday, Julij Si  KELOWNA lECtttD  [Cut   Worm  Medicine  (The early bird gets the worm  nd that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  P you d jn't get him first he  ��� .-ill get your crop.  \w��. r'is Paris Green  A jenate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  Vny of the above ingredients  vill get him if properly used  and in time.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, ths Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, end in a oortion of  the Provinoe ol Britiah Columbia, may  be leased for a term of tKsnty-one  yeara at an annual rental of SI an  acre. Not more than 9,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be  made by the applicant in peraon to  the Agent or iSub-Aeent of ths distriot  in which the rights 'applied tor are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described .by sections, or legal Bub-  divisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee. of $6 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on tha merchantable output of the mine at tho  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tha mine shall  furnish tne Agent with sworn returns  accounting for tho full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tho  royalty thereon. If the coat mining  rights are not being operated, suoh  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rightB only, but the leases may  be permitted to purchare whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rato ot $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 publ'Oation of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In wliich Jimmy tell* of Kelowna happening* to Mr. ���  Sidney Harper, of Vanrouvrr. B.C.  |P. B. Hits & Co.  IDRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  [PHONE 19  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  .  Portrait  ��� Photographer  Largest Studio, in the Interior  . Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  IF you knew the ideal of tlie Standard Silver factory as we do���knew how carefully  each detail of construction ia followed, how artistically  ond honestly each part of the workmanship is handled,  you would understand why we so willingly guarantee  every  piece we sell.  We know it is the best silverplate  that s made. We know it lo As  well and lasts long.  Let us show you bur assortment  of Standard Silverware.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block. Kelown., B.C.    .    Telephone 270  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Dear Si^rJ,���I am ao full of news that  if I don't get some of it out of my  f-yatem I'll surety bust.  Don't think by that 1 am tfoiog to  peddle you a choice piece of aoandal;  nothing doing on' the post-ip Imsineas. .  Of course if I wanted to tell Rome of  the things I know, Kelowna would be  shaken to. the very foundation*��� but  no one need worry, I shall oarry theee  dread secrete with me to the grave!  First and foremostly I want to tell  you about tl picture we had at the  Opera House last Saturday, called  "Tigris,'**a detective atory that's got  Nick Carter and Old Sleuth burned  at the stake. Say,'Sid, that picture  had t*he�� goose-flesh breaking out all  over me! Why, in one place the villain (that's Tigris) had the hero tied  hand and foot, laid him on a railroad-  track just .before a train was due. On  comes thn train, while a stream of  sweat was pouring down my back,  wheu the detective, making a superhuman effort, grabs the buffer with  his teeth, ami is saved! I guess that  is rambling some.  The boss says to me, ".Jimmy, we've  got some pictures for next Saturday  that's got this "Tigris" thing skinnod  a. oity block." I said "AH right,  boss, but if they are any more exciting than Tigris' you'll havo to hf-g-  tie me and gag me, or else I'm liable  to break up the convention."  Last m'ght our fair city was visited  by tho Vemon Players in a comedy  entitled "Lady Huntworth's Experiment," ��� Probably they couldn't arrive at a correct solution of the ex-  l��riment in Vernon, so came to a real  town in hope of answer. One thing  in the play impressed mo very strongly and that was the villain. Without a  doubt ho wae the meanest villain that  over stole the papers from a poor orphan, I know Sid that comparisons  aru odious but I must say that as a  whole our .local company has got them  boa ten to a pulp.  Would that 1 could be spared the  anguish of writing what is to follow,  but it must needs be. There is weeping  und wailing, and gnashing of teeth  iu our beautiful city today, not oven  the gonial' rays of the sun can dispell  the gloom which hangs in largo gobs  ovor tho town. Somebody greased tho  skids ond our baseball idols took another slide, in fact1 1 might Say the shd-  I ing was done very gracefully, with  hurdly an effort to stay the mad flight.  . Of coin-no everybody has their off  days, but some get farther off than  others. To the latter belongs our ball  team, "when they are good they are  very very good,"���you know the rest,  ao what's the use.  1 hope to die Sid if they didn't  amble around in the field like a lot  of ice wagons, and at bat (would that  I could draw tho curtain at tins pointy  they behaved in the most gentlemanly  manner, so kind to the ball. They did  n't strike it rudely like some ol tho  athor team did. They tore large holes  in the ambient atmosphere' in their efforts to avoid the helpless sphere. In  other words tiiey smote mightily where  the ball was not. One of our boys in  groy carried ai email book to whioh  'frequent reference was made at times  of trouble. I don't know what it was  but it" looked' about the aize of "The  Bartenders' Uuide."  At the end. of hostilities Hovolstoke  with the hearty cooperation of Kelowna had piled up fivo runs while Kje-  lowna were the proud possessors or  a row" of over-ripe goose eggs. The  Revel stoke team, as a fitting climax  to a day of victory attended the  Dreamland Theatre.  Be a good boy Sid, save your money and may blessings ever drown thy  devoted head. As for mo, what greater  blessing could come to ono than to  live in this pearl of the western hemisphere, the matchless and ever fruitful Kelowna. .YuurB,  k JIMMY.  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  The oitizens of Kumlonpa haveijuit  voted down a by-law to borrow f 17,-  WO for a new drill hall site whioh it  waa propoted to present to the government.  * *  ���  With a view to alleviating the lot of  the unemployed in Vancouver and other pfttts ot1 British Columbia, the  trade! and labor oounoil passed a resolution enllixng upon tho provincial government to purchnse tlie unsaleable  bonds of citties and municipalities of  Britiah Colombia.  * t- ���  It via    (understood    from a    reliable  souroe, aays the Penticton Herald that  the Southern Okanagan Land Co., are  about to dispose of its large holding  .in the lowor end of the valley, known  as its southern lands, comprising in all  an arei of about 22,000 acres. It Is  stated that negotiations for this property w/ere entered into with an English  syncWte some ,timo ago.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK!  ST��AM FERRY  smummes*ms��*mmmMmsam*Bs*MmBmmmmi  Lsivsi Kelowm 9 a.m., 3.3) p.m  Ltayei Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  .'Phone No. 108  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All  Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and   Genta' Rubber   Heel,  of the Beat Make.  CONCRETE  WORK  This is to announce that I hove purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement.Kiggs and shall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's sxperiei.ee. 1  have a full equipment of power mixers,  Ace, and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and   idewalksf  Excavating Contracts  " H. WITTER ~  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement & RipRi' late ofi.ee.    Woolieley Av.  Wster Street Richter Street  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and Ulionois  in 1910 as a three-year-old. principally  over half-mile tracks. That campaign was  one of the hardest ever given a three-  year-old, and enly a great colt could h*ve  stood it. He started in 16 races that year  and took a mark of 13|.  His breeding is as follows:  Sired by Lei and Onward, 2-4J; first  dam, Ollie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a son of Nutwood; second dam,  Trilby Wilks, by Nutwood Wilks.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25  when  mare prove* to be in fool  Stands at stable of owner.  J. N. CAMERON  It has been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  " The photographer in your town "  YbV CART-BVYPOOR,  TOOLS in OUR  STORE  ONLY THE BEST  WE CAN'T BE ON THE LEVEL AND SELL POOR  TOOLS.  BE ON THE LEVEL WITH YOURSELF. YOU CAN.T  AFFORD TO BVY  POOR TOOLS.  OUR POLICY HAS ALWAYS BEEN. THE BEST IS  CHEAPEST  IN  THE  END.  WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS, WE WANT YOUR CON-  FIDENCE. AND WE WANT YOUR GOOD WILL. COME TO  SEE  US.  THE  SQUARE  DEAL IS  OUR   KIND  OF  A  DEAL.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phon. 257 ' P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Surce.aor. to the Moiri.on-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Office and Shop: t/n rHYiMA    n n  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  TO   RENT  Three very desirable Dwelling Houses  in  town.     Furnished or  unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GEO. A. BOWSER  U1LDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  Dr. ORNER-  SIGHT SPECIALIST cut, .. K.mioOP.)  has now permanently located in Kslowna in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real.Estate,  Raymer Block  ~~Z     28 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE    ~  A  Perfect  and Scientific  Examination  Free  Accuracy and satisfaction guaranteed KELOWNA aRCORD  Thursday, July 3  AN UNPRECEDENTED  SUIT SALE  FOR  Women, Misses & Girls  Commencing MONDAY, July 7th, at 8 o'clock,  AND CONTINUING FOR  TEN DAYS ONLY  We   Will Sell  100 Suits in  Ten Days  Take advantage of this opportunity wliile tlie collection ia replete,  There are many Styles, Materials and Shades. There are models to  suit each individual taste. The savings now in order arc very exceptional as nearly nil our good sizes aie Hand Made Models and have  been selected with a great deal of care and include many novelties  introduced late this season. The entire selection is included in this sale  5 Suits,  8 Suits,  9 Suits,  I 5 Suits,  II Suits,  16 Suits,  10 Suits,  4 Suits,  6 Suits,  11 Suits,  Novi Modi, Princess and Northway  WE WILL OFFER  regular   $35.00 values;    to   clear,  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  30.00 values  27.50 values  25.00 values  22.50 values  20.00 values:  regular  regular  regular  regular  18.00 values  16.50 values  15.00 values  12.00 values;  The sizes in these suits  are largely 34, 36, and  38. 40 and 42, in  Women's ; and in Misses and Juniors, ���  I4yrs., I6yrs.,& 18yrs.  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  $18.50  16.50  15.00  13.50  12.00  11.00  10.00  9.50  9.00  8.00  Included in this sale are all  Light-weight Coats  Motor Coats  Johnnie Coats  Silk Coats  52 and 54-in. lengths, size  from 32 to 42  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  f WANTEDTjf  <tet:a2.s2��i!'    Monk and Glass  1 Cent per word each subsequent  int j ���tin... minimum 25 ents,  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE    ���  Fir.   Apply Cather.   'Phone B4,      22tf  FOR SERVICE ���  Thoroughbred Holitein Bull, at Hurries'  Hawlcesdale  Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOlf  FOR SALE  Horte, buggy, and harneH.   Price $175.  Apply P.O. Box 12. 15tf  FOR RENT  10 acres  improved land with water, at  Rutland,    Apply Robert Hughes* Box 82,  Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C.  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian Fruit Lands Co.  Ltd., having completed construction work  have for sale a number of teams and single horses of all grades, at very reasonable  prices. Also aeveral sets of good work  harness.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  FOR SALE  Young Pigs ; registered Berkshire first-  class breeding stock ; also Eggs for hatching-Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, r.-c.  Rhode Island Reds, r.-c. Brown leghorns.  Apply j. Bateman, Vernon Road, Kelownn. 22tf  FOR SALE  20 acres fine fruit and hay land, six  miles from Kelowna on Vernon road ; alio  7-roomed house and two fine building lots  on Wilson avenue. All at very attractive  figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lakeview  Hotel. 23tf  FOR SALE  This is for a bargain-hunter. 20 acres,  all under cultivation. , 700 two-year-old  trees, house, good water, 6cc. Price $375  per acre. Will take lota or city property  as pait payment for quick sale. For particulars write to Box D," Kelowna Record."  24tf  TENDERS WANTED  To put up 60 tons hay.   Could   arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling.    O.  A. Prase, Creekside, Kelowna. 25tf  WANTED  Apprentice for sewing. Apply Mrs, Far-  rell, Ellis St. S, 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball hennng  bicvcle wheels, and single aet driving harness in first-class condition.    English  saddle and bridle. Apply P.O. Box 251.    25tf  WANTED  Cheap  horse, suitable   for  farm   work.  Address Box I, Wilson Landing.  ROOMS TO LET  Furnished   bed rooms,, close   in.    Apply  Geo. McCurdy, Eli Avenue. 29tf  SPRING PIGS FOR SALE  Apply M. Hereron, Kelowna, B.C.    29lf  FOR SALE "  Driving horse, buggy and  harness.   All  In perfect condition.    Box 448 x  FOR SALE  Two 'econd-had mowing machines, one  nearly new, the other has been   used for  few veers, but in first-class working order,  Will sell cheap.    Apply Casorso Bros.  30-5  FOR SALE  Two lakeside lots. Lake shore drive  extends full length of property. A snnp  to a quick purchaser, $650 cash, $300  down, balance in quarterly payments.  Apply A. Evans, "Mission City News,"  Mission City, B.C.  FOR RENT  Seven   rooms,   large   linen    cuphoard.  bath and all modern   improvements.   B^x  473. 32-3  FOR SALE  immediately,   rn.hog.nv    and miaaion  furniture,   ruga,   china,   kitchen utenail.  Boi 473.  32.3  TAKEN UP  One .tock a.ddle   in  Glenmore Volley  Owner  can   have   aame hy proving property   and   paying   eipenaea.    Glenmore  Ranch. 32.3  FURNISHED ROOMS  to rent.    Apply P.O. Box 632.  31-2  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Second.hand    power   aprayii.g I outfit..  Apply   giving   pric.   and    particular,  to  Moon   Broa,   Spray   Faclory,     Box     569,  Kelowna, B.C. 32if  WANTED TO RENT  Smalt furniahed houae or rooma, auit.ble  for  light   housekeeping.    Apply   Bo.  F,  Kelown. Record. iyi  WANTED  Room and hoard, by young man. Apply  Bos D D, Kelowna Record. 32  TENDERS FOR CARTAGE  Tender, will be received by the under,  signed up to Tuesday, the 8th, at noon,  for hauling 1,733 cubic yard, of earth to  the new achool building. Further parti,  culara may be obtained fiom N. D. Mc-  Taviah, Secretary School Trustees. 32  SITUATION WANTED  ..  cook or houaekeeper   in   family   by  young French lady.     Apply co. J. Marty,  Kelown., B.C  32.3  WELL DRIVING  Wanted, well-driving pumps installer)  and repaired. A. 'Tate, Cawston Ave.  P.O. Box 235. Five yearn uvprrience in  distriot wilh A. Hanmoro. 31*34  LAUNDRY WORK WANTED.  By the day or hour. Apply box '%'  Kelowna  Record. 31-2  HOUSEKEKPFR  Refined capable lndy wishes position  ua housokeeper, widower's homo or  liatohelors apartments, ('ity or country. Address Mra. Bewe., 664 llurrard  street, Vancouver, B. 0. 31-83  NOTICE  We are open tp buy unlimited1 quantities of strawberries, raspberries   und  gooseberries.      Western    Canners Ltd.  Kelowna, B. C. 31-83  FOR SALE  Four-hole cast iron cook stove, goad  oitfcr, 815, P.O. box 416 I  We have just opened a  shipment from the famous  London firm of Monkhouse  & Glasscock, manufacturers  of  Swiss Trifle,  Charlotte Ruse,  Chocolate Sponge,  Raspberry Trifle,  Crystal Jellies,  &.C., and we want you to  look at the book of recipes  and if you are enough interested would like you to try a  couple of packages. We recommend them and so will  you after you try them.  Remember the brand  "Monk and Glass"  Two packages 25c.  The McKenzie Co., L&  LATEST NOTES OF PICTURE  PROGBESS  Th* public press it everywhere n>  cording thu development and progress  of the moving pioture along education -  ul lin.*., Questions of censorship aad  inferior pictures are now of little importance. The educational film ia demanding and receiving univerigl attention. The* most recent advantage particularly noticed is the photographing  of motion. The movements of animals  birds, and underwater Ufe, as recorded  by the latest cameras is revealing motions impossible to the human eye, and  consequently nmor seen before and are  commanding especial' attention.  Speaking of these advantages TJios.  A. Edison says "through the artificial  eye of the camera and the moving picture machine, we fire now able to analyze motions too fast for the human  eye to preoeive unaided, and through  thia analysis of motion science is now  able to get a keener insight into the  processes of natural phenomena than  could be obtained in any other way.  The camera and the moving picture  will tnil.nmMy lay bare many of Nature's darkest secrets."  It should also be noticed that this  same camera power is being used in  the gymnasium and on the athlot.  field and all kindred sports. It will  be to the advantage of all schools to  know that the moving picture is not  to be confined to the science room or  oven the class room. Tho auditorium  properly equipped with tho moving picture machine will be prepared to bid  defiance to the world's secrets, whether in depths of earth or sea, or hidden  by science or nature; oven humanity  itself is so cltosely analyzed that no  movement possible to the human system can any longer be hidden, not.  only from full sight, but so enlarged  that ita most minute detail becomes  an exhibition of power.  ICE  Wholesale or retail delivered to any pa  of the city  at the same old prices.  Apply to H. B. BURTCF  or 'phone 33C4  When wanting the  PLUMBERS  for your repairs phone up the  Standard Plumbing  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5302.  Residence three doors south  ol new English Chuch.  Workshop and  office opposite New School.  it has been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S. GRAY  " The photographer in your town "  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block


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