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 Uceotb  rlslatrtve Assembly library   a  Viotoria. B.C.  ,*^e\jflE��/Bl  VOL. XII.  NO. 16  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 4. 1920.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Ptf Annum  Amalgamation of  United Farmers and  Farmers' Institute  Convention Decides to Complete This By End of Year  Besides ending the Farmers' Institute-United Farmer feud, dele-  gates at last week's <>gncultur��l  conference at Victoria setllrd the  council of agriculture problem by  deciding to have three members  from each body act as an advisory  council lo the government, until  the farmers amalgamation is completed at the end of the year. The  members -of this, council will be  the three men from the Institute  and the three from the United  Farmera who will have charge of  the amalgamation negotiations. As  soon as the amalgamation under  the United Farmers, embracing all  the branches of agriculture, is completed (he United Farmers will  take over this council and elect  members to it ns the suprr me agricultural representative body.  J. Y. Copman, of Cowichan, W.  Pateraon, of Duncan, and George  Clark, of Sidney, were chosen by  the United Farmers to lepnsent  them in the dual capacity. Representatives of the Formers' Irittitutes  will be announced later.  "We are all going to get log. th.  er in one body and be united  farmere," said Prof. W. T.McDonald, representing the stock breeders. 'The other assnciat.orrs will  continue, to exist to represent special endeavor and will feel that they  have the sympathy of the main  organization when they have any  reasonable request to make.  "It ia now our duly to go home  and advise all our friends to join  the United Farmers," said J. W.  Berry, chairman, representing the  Fraser Valley dairymen.  Aged Kelowna Lady  Passed Away Friday  Mrs. Reekie Was Amongst  Pioneers of Old Ontario  One of the oldest and most respected of Kelowna's residents  quietly passed away on Friday  morning last in the person of Mrs.  Annie Reekie, who was well-known  throughout the whole district, at  the aye of 64.  Mrs. Reekie, whose maiden name  was Annie Sinclair, was born in  tha famous Glengarry County of  Ontario, noted for the strength and  shrewdness of its early settlers,  who come from the Highlands of  Scotland. In her early life the  family moved to Bruce County,  Ont., at that time an almost unbroken forest, and were among the  pioneers in that district. After some  time spent in teaching school, Miss  Sinclair became the wife ot John  Reekie, and the young couple  made their home near Kincardine,  .Ont. The union was blessed with  a family of seven children, lour  sons and three daughters, all of  whom are still surviving. In 1889  Mr. and Mrs. Reekie felt the call  of the weat, and moved out to  Manitoba, settling near Boisaevain,  wherein 1900 Mr. Reekie passed  away.  About ten years ago Mrs. Reekie  came to the milder climate of the  Okanagan Valley, and she has  >' spent the evening of her long life  at Kelowna. The home call came  to her quite unexpectedly on the  morning of the 27th. She was apparently* in her usual health, when  suddenly without sound or struggle  she passed away, the cause being  heart failure. The funeral was  held on March lat, and was conducted by Rev. W. F. Price, pastor  of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Reekie  was a woman of forceful personality  endowed wilh a keen intellect and  retentive memory, and to the last  was deeply interested in all problems affecting the religious, social  'and political life oif-he "-"immunity.  The family all surviving to mourn  her loss, are J. S. Reekie, Vancouver ; Rev. A. B. Reekie! Missionary  in Bolivia; J. E. Reekie, Kelowna;  Rev. W. P. Reekie, M.A., Social  Service Secretary for Saskatchewan ; Mrs. J. A. Thomson, Owen  Sound, Ont.; Mrs. P. R. Loutit,  Selkirk, Man.; and Miss M. J.  Reekie, Kelowna. Mrs Reekie ia  also survived by two of her sisters,  Mrs. Angus McKinnon, Balca'rres,  Sask., and Miss I. Sinclair, Kelowna.  Soldier Entertainers  Here Next Saturday  Direct from 'France, where they  played over five hundred performances immediately behind the lines  for our Canadian boys, the crack  bunch of entertainers known to the  entire C.E.F. and B.EF. as "The  Dumbolls," are now on a limited  tour of the larger cities of Canada,  and will appear here atthe Empress  Theatre on Saturday, March 13th.  This brilliant organisation of  fighting funsters is still under the  personal supervision of Capt. M.  W. Plunkett, to whom great credit  is due for making them into the  favorite of all soldier attractions in  France. For this home coming  series of performances they are  offering the best of their original  overseas musical comedy revues,  "Biff. Bing, Bang." It will be played here exactly as it was presented  to the soldiers in France, the only  difference probably being in the  manner of staging and the comfort  with which the audiences can sit  and view the performance. There  ii reallj a lot of difference between  a real stage and comfortable opera  chairs and a make-shift stage built  out of packing cases and ,ighted by  candles. However, special care  has been taken to maintain the  atmosphere of the trenches, and  while there will be no air raids  nor bursting German shells to liven  the performance the audience are  promised some real thrills in the  wav of scenery and costumes, songs  and dances, and most of all "girls,"  for "Marjorie" and "Marie are  ���till with the original cast, as well  as the famous 'beauty brigade,"  each member of which has had at  least sixteen months actual experience with a line regiment before  dropping back a few miles to entertain his comrades.  Would Spend Million on  Purchase of Lands  An amendment to the Soldiers  Land Act which aims to provide  for the.increase of the amount  which may be used for the purchase of lands for returned soldiers settlement from $50,000 to  $1,000,000 is now before the legislature. The minister of lands explained that the sum of $354,867  had been spent for lands already  $350,000 of that amount going to  buy south Okanagan land and the  smsll balance for lots in South  Vancouver. An additional sum  of nearly $200,000 had been spent  from the {loan fund, bringing the  total to over $550,000. Mr. Put-  tullo said he did not promise any  further purchases. He stated the  money would be used, if at all,  largely in continuing irrigation  work.  Tax on Cows to  Increase Compensation  At the B.C. Stockbreeders' Association convention a resolution  was passed calling upon the provincial government to levy a tax of  half a dollar on every head of cattle in the province with the exception of thoae districts that could  not by virtue of position, be visited  by inspectors, and that the assessment be devoted to doubling the  compensation offered upon lhe  elimination of an animal afflicted  with tuberculosis. Mr. Hills, the  mover of the motion, stated that  there were some 60,000 animals  that would fall under this category  and as the sum of $15,000 had  been paid out last year, the new  assessment idea would just double  the compensation offered.  Will Licence Real Eatate  Agents and Salesmen  Licensing of real estate agents  and real eatate salesmen is pro.  vided for in & bill brought down  in the legislature by the attorney-  general. The former will pay a  license fee of $10 a year, the latter  $2. Inspectors will be appointed  by the government by whom complaints of wrongdoing by agents  or salesmen will be investigated.  New Elections Act  Makes Many Changes  Elimination of the customary deposit put up heretofore by candidates; the requirement of a statement of election expenses by the  candidate aa well as by the secretary and treasurer of everv political organization within 35 days  after an election; provision for absentee voting and a new aystem of  polling divisions within an electoral district, are some of the more  important changes to be made in  the system of election of members  to the provincial house as set forth  in the new election act tabled in  the legislature, the first reading of  which was moved by Premier  Oliver. The act is a consolidation of  all previous legislation along this  lin- with the new features added.  Returned soldiers are entitled Xo  registration as voters irrespective  of age or nationality, and Japanese  veterans are specially named as  entitled to this privilege.  Death of Pioneer British  Columbia Business Man  icer  'ictoria  born  The death of Mr. David Spen   head  of the  well-known  departmental store, occurred at Vi  yesterday.   Deceased was bt  Glamorganshire,  South Wai  1637, coming out to this province  in 1862.   In 1907 Mr. Spenc<  quired an interest in the Va:  ver business  of Drysdale, St��  son, Ltd., which firm name  afterwards changed to David f  cor, Ltd., the employees at  time numbering but six.  in  i, in  cr ac-  /ancou.  steven-  waa  pen-  that  I Spen.  Plan Forming Cooper  ative Wholesale Society  May Unite Various Stores Into  Provincial Organization  British Columbia farmers interested in co-operative stores opened their convention at Victoria on  Saturday, with plans for the amalgamation under one head of all  co-operative stores in the province.  It is also proposed to unite with  the farmers' organizations the various veterans' co-operative stores  that are now springing up.  Protective measures for co-operative stores against wholesalers  who consider the "co-operations"  dangerous, were discussed. It ia  proposed to establish a co-operative wholesale centre and introduce  a branch of the British Wholesale  Co-operarive Association.  T. J. Guinan, of Princeton, produced a stack of evidence to show  that Vancouver wholesalers are  refusing to supply goods or deal  wilh farmers' organizations, where-  ever organized on a co-operative  basis.  Farmers' Resolutions  Before Legislature  Some of the resolutions approved  by the United Farmera in con ven-  tion last week have been presented  to the House committee on agriculture. One deals with daylight  saving, the organization being opposed to the measure. Another  resolution favored the paying of a  bounty on coyotes, as well as allowing the farmer or trapper to sell  the akins. They also wished it  made possible for a man to retain  in his possession game meat for a  longer period than two weeks.  It'waa stated that in a few days  the representations of the combined committee of United Farmers  and Farmers' Institutes will be  placed before the committee. The  delegation also asked that irrigation  watersheds be protected by reforestation and that in cases of  timber limits held by speculators  in the vicinity of settlements, the  timber be either cut immediately  or the land turned over for soldier  settlement as it is.  Plan Extensions of  Kettle Valley Ry.  Two extensions of the Kettle  Valley Railway will materialize as  the- result of a conference between  the provincial cabinet and Mr. J. J.  Warren, general manager of the  line. One spur track ii to connect Coalmont with Granite Creek  in order to provide access to a  coal mine at the latter place- The  other extension will connect Penticton with the soldier settlement  area at Osoyoos. Legislation to  cover both extensions will be prepared at once and introduced to  the Legislature during its present  session.  All the government is required  to provide in the necessary statutory .enactment are right of way  facilities and the customary provision for exemption from taxation  for ten years. One of the important benefits that will ensue so far  as a government enterprise is concerned is that the Penticton-Osoy-  oos spur will provide the requisite  marketing facilities with the improvements now being carried out  by the government in this section  of the province.  {"^Withdrawal of American representation in all commissions established by the peace conference !a  forecast. Dispatches from the U. S.  admit that all hope for the ratification of the treaty aa it now  stands has practically died. These  have led the French to believe  that complete American withdrawal from peace making and enforcement is .imminent,  More Deaths Result  From Flu Epidemic  Outbreak Believed to Now  Be On Wane  It is with deep regret that ihis  week we have to chronicle more  deaths due to the epidemic of  sickness that haa swept over the  entire countryside and which we  have good reason to believe is  now on the wane.  Tha lata Mr. W.J. Austin  Mr. W. J. Austin, the teacher of  horticulture at the public acnool,  passed away on Saturday night  at 10 o'clock, after an attack of  pneumonia. All who knew Mr.  Austin will realize that a valuable  member of society has passed  from our midst. He waa born at  Sincoe, Ont, thirty-two yeara ago,  and married there i coming weat  with his bride to take up the position he lately held. Two weeka  ago Mra. Austin was taken sick  and he was summoned from Vernon, where he was teaching. He  reached home but himself had to  take lo bed suffering from an attack  of pneumonia. J. E. Britton, n friend  residing at Armstrong came down  and took charge of funeral arrangements, Mr, Austin having no  relatives in the west. He lenvea  his widow only to mourn her loss  there being no children The body  was sent east Tue.-'ay morning  for interment.  Tha lata Verna Cross  The death took place on Wednesday of Vetna Eslelle, the six  year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs,  A. L.Cross, of Rutland The whole  family were down with flu, and the  little girl suddenly developed pneumonia as a result.  Rutland News  (Tram our own ft-.rrpt-ni-tndent).  Kelowna Irrigation  Company Limited I  Leon Fitzpatrick, who has been  with the C.N.R.. survey at Vernon,  is back on a visit for two or three  weeks.  Clarence Duncan came in Mon-'  day for a two-week stay. He waa  accompanied by his niece, Miss  Consuelo Woolsey.  Another exchange of property  has taken place, John Guest, of  Ellison having purchased the Rae  property, whilst Mr. Rae has in  turn, taken over the six acres held  by the Rev. A. W. K. Herdman  Mr. Herdman was the Presbyterian  minister in Kelowna a few years  ago.  In order to carry on - publicity  work for 1920, including particularly the reception of a large parly  of distinguished journalists, the  Penticton Board of Trade haa  asked for a grant of $500.  The Canadian Wool Growers'  Ltd., a farmers' co operative organization which handles the sale of  wool produced in Canada, has now  1,923 shsreholders. Of these 800  are in the west. The total amount  of wool handled during the fiscal  year just closed was 3,811,366  pounds, of which 2,803,443 had  been contributed by the west.  In Monday's rioting near the  British Houae of Commons, fifty  men, including police, wereinjured.  Fighting occurred when police attempted to stop a procession nf demobilized soldiers and workers  who were parading toward Down,  ing street in a protest demonstration  against being thrown out of th'ir  war jobs. More than 5000 men  look part in the drriionsir. tion, it  was estimated. Several were clubbed by.the police. Twenty were  taken to hospitals.  Gellatly's Wharf Burned  The wharf at Gellatlv's landing  was destroyed by fire Wednesday  morning. The blaze which could  be seen in the distance gave rise  to a report that one of the C.P.R.  boats was burning.  Order Made  by the  Supreme  Court of  britiah Columbia Permitting the Receiver  to Hand Over the Water System  In order to bring to an end the  present unfortunate position with  regard to the supply and distribution of water now being controlled  by the Kelowna Irrigation Company, Limited, for the supply of  water for the Glenmore, Rutland  and Bulman ranches, the Receiver,  Mr. W. M, Maclachlan, recently  applied through hia counsel, Mr.  Alfred Bull, to the Supreme Court  of British Columbia for leave lo  hand over the worka either to the  Province or to a Water Municipality to be formed under the Drainage and Dyking of Landa Act.  Mr. J. C. Gwynn appeared for the  Dominion Trust Company in liquidation, which company is a creditor of the Kelowna Irrigation Company and the Central Okanagan  Lands Limited for over $500,000  and, subject to the claims of the  debenture holders, holds security  over all lhe assets of the two  companies. Mr. Gwynn explained  that he represented some 9,000  creditors of Dominion Trust Company who are vitaliy interested in  the rroper administration of the  two companies and lhe development of the remaining unplanted  irrigable lands, some 3,000 acrea  f the Central Okanagan Lands  Ltd., that he was in agreement  with Mr. Maclachlan as to the advisability of handing over the works  to be administered under the Pro-  vincial'Act subject to the protection  of the rights appurtenant lo the  irrigable lands and the payment  of the present day value of the  main ditch and reservoir svstern  on which large ironies had been  expended and in respect of which  the Receiver had aince hia appointment made considerable advances  from'the Central Okanagan Lands  Ltd., .'nd that he was willing that  the internal distribution system,  laterals and sub-laterals should be  handed over for thc benefit of all  water users entirely free ot charge  and no claim to be paid any part  of the coat of construction would  be made in respect thereof. On  the 23rd of January last the Honourable Mr. Justice Morrison made  an order that the Receiver be at  liberty to transfer to the Province  of British Columbia cr to a Water  Municipality to be formed under  the Drainage and Dyking of Lands  Act of British Columbia, the irrigation system belonging to the Kelowna Irrigation Company Limi'ed  on the following conditions :���  (a) That the main ditch and  reservoir system of works be paid  for at a price to be fixed by a  valuator acceptable to all parlies  interested, and in default of agree  ment as trt the valuator, at a price  to be fixed bv arbitration ;  (b) That no value be claimed  on the internal distribution system,  that ia to say, laterals and sub-  laterals;     '  (c) That the appurtenant y of  water to the lands of the Central  Okanagan Lands Limited and existing applications therefor be recognized, and that due regard be  had to the rights of the said lands  under the Conservation, Irrigation  Seepage and other clauses of the  Water Act.  It will be observed that the owners of the irriga ion system do not  ask for any payment for the large  sums that have been expended on  the internal distribution system.  Thev only ask for the present day  value of the main ditch and reservoir system at a price In be tixeri  either by a valuator or an arbitrator and that if the valuator or arbi  trator decides thnt there is ro vhIii-  in the works nothing will Ire .�� i ',  If a vrdue is fixed the  pri' e  to  b-  <Cnnwnri-,t on  Psv. 2.1  W. J. Newman leaves l-�� morrow  for Liverpool.  Miss Howard is a visitor to Ver  non this week.  Turkey's army will be limit, d to  the number of troops necessery 'o  maintain order in Asia Minor.  Turkey will be compelled to keep  her armed forces on the Asiatic  side of the Boaphorus.  Federal Parliament  Opened Thursday  The government's legislative programme outlined in the speech  from the throne, at the opening of  the Dominion Parliament last  Thursday, comprises: A bill to provide for a Dominion franc h se ; a  bill respecting copyrights; bills  providing for the amendment of  the Patent Act, of the Loan and  Trust Companies Acts, the Indian  Act, and a bill to ratify the international opium convention.  Mr. and Mrs. Hartley and child  are passengers today for Vernon.  Dr. C. Gordon lewitt, Dominion  entomologist, died Sunday.  Penticton automobile dealers  sold over 250 cars last year, and if  shipments can be obtained thia  season they expect to dispose of  a-least 3)0 for 1920.  Calgary fruit market price;, as  reported by C W. Baxter, D.nriin-  Commissioner on Tuesday las tare:  No. I B. C. Winesap $3.50 per  box, Delicious $3.90. Ben Davis,  Newlown, Black Twig and Rome  Beauly $3 25, Salome $2.90, Jonathan $2.25 to $2 50 ; B.C. poiai.es  $100 per ton, Alberta potatoes $80;  B.C. onions $ 120 per ton.  Capt. M. W. Plunkett, coming with "The  Dumbella" on Saturday, March Oth   . HIGH TWO  KELOWNA  RECO&D  Thuraday, March 4,1920  Creoks Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  Painful you will find great  camion by wearing a pair ol  glasses ground (ram Sir Wil.  Him Crook's patented glass.  Tha shade ia aa light tirst the  vision ia little  impaired yet  thay ara most restful to the  eyea.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler mi J Optometrist      Kelowne  KEL01ft��NH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kolowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLE-jr  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSOBIPTION   RaTB)  (1.10   par   rear:   76c.   sll   months   tiniud  Stats. 10 esaU addlUoaal.  Nubaarlbsrs at tbs regular rats eaa have  aitr-ii nansrs orallsd to friends a. a distance  si HALF RATE. I.... 75 esats nsr rear.  This special nrlyilefe   is   created   lot    las  'irirrioM ot  advertising tsar  oily   sard dlstlios.  All sabooriotiOBa Daveble la adveaes  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Ladies and Gentlemen: Why  is the  Veteran Meat Market  increasing its trade ?   Because  we   are   giving   the  public  a  square deal.  This week   we   have   a  very  choice lot 6f BEEF, MUTTON  VEAL and PORK at obtain-  able prices.  Pkeae 163 Caah and carry  lard & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Kelowna Irrigation Company, Ltd.  (Continued Iron, Paes 1.1  paid would be borne rateably by  all parties who have the benefit of  the works. It cannot be said that  these terms are in any way unreasonable as a very large sum of  money, over $400,000, has been  expended on the irrigation works  and it is probable that a comparatively small sum will be fixed as  the preaent day value of the works.  lt is generally considered thnt if  the Government accepts lhe condition imposed by the Couit il will  be an easy solution of th- present  difficulties and the water users wiil  be gratified to know that the works  have been ottered at such reasonable terms. It is not only to the  benefit of the debenture holders in  the Central Okanagan Lands Company and the thousands of creditors resident in British Columbia  and scattered over Cauada of lhe  Dominion Trust Company that lhe  tettile and valuable lands, some  3,000 acres, of the Central Okan  agan Lands Limited should be  protected in their water rights, bul  also to the benefit of the Ciiy of  Kelowna and the Province of  British Columbia lhat these fertile  lands should be brought under  irrigation, colonized and developed as speedily as possible. Kelowna is one of the best fruit producing districts not only of British  Columbia but of the American  Continent and there is no doubt  that if Irrigable lands are available  that a large number of immigrants  would be attracted to the locality.  It is expected that there will be a  big influx of immigrants during  the coming summer and it is important that these lands should be  available without delay. It is believed that by a rearrangement of  rhe present irrigation system by  enlargement of the reservoirs and  by due conservation and scientific  irrigation and proper rotation of  crops as provided by the Water  Act, that the supply of water to the  Kelowna Irrigation System can be  largely augmented and it is hoped  that the Government of British  Columbia may be able to arrange  for the works lo be taken over on  the terms offered and thus put an  end to the existing difficulties,  ^wyvwyvvwvvyvwvvvvvvvvvvs^^  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phono 287.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Pelitbiof & Furniture Repairs  Now it the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholater your auto,  or buggy teat and make it  like new.  Mattresses  Re-made  Pianos. Ace.  Polished  L  Coney  Corners  Made awl Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  vi,.      ���  A. Homewood  Lata with Kalowna Furniture Co.  WATER   NOTICE  USE AND 3TORAGE  Tske notice that W. J. Stevens, whotie  addieti it Kelowne, B.C., will apply lor a  licence to take and use 1687.5 acre-feet  and to ttore 1,500 acre-feet of water out  of Bear Creek, which flows Easterly and  draint into Okanagan Lake at the S.-E.  corner of D. L. 539, Ihe ttorage dam  will be located at the east end of meadowi  eatt of amall la^e on the West Fork of the  North Fork of Bear Creek. The capacity  of the reservoir to be created it about  1,500 acre-feet and it will flood about 40  acret of land. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point near the N.-E.  corner of D. L 3,859, and will be uted  for Irrigation purpote upon the landa  described at D.LV 507, 506 W. ft of L.  505, 15 acret in the S.W. corner of the E ft  of 1.. 505, Lot 3461. Thit notice wat posted on the ground on the 4th day of February, 1920. A copy of this notice and an  application purtuant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be Bled in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the taid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildingt, Victoria, B.C., within fifty dayt  after the firat appearance of thit notice in  a local newapaper. The date of the firat  publication of thit notice it Thursday,  February 5 th, 1920.  W. J. STEVENS,  12-6 Applicant.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Local Boy Scouts  Edited  by  Pioneer.     March 2nd.  ORDERS by Command for week  ending March I Ith, 1920.  PARADES: The ban against all  public gatherings Mill continues  but it is expected that it will be  lifted before the 6th inst. The  regular weekly parade of the whole  troop will be held at the club room  on the firat Tuesday after the  schools reopen and from then on  we hope to see the attendances as  nearly perfect as possible, for the  time of our annual entertainment  is rushing towards us and we shall  have to begin picking out the  Bquads for the different items.  There will be limited squads for  gymnastic, parallel bar, tumbling,  bugle band and quick step marching items, but we wish every sr-out  in the troop to do his ritrnoM to  catch a place in each of these, and  of course there will be about three  sunas for the whole troop.  We are glad that Miss Winnie  Jones has again consented to be  our accompanist and we also again  hope to secure Mr. Thompson as  trainer if he can afford the lime.  We have alao to once more find a  piano to either borrow or rent for  the rehearsals, and whatever assistance any of our friends can give  to us in this respect will be most  earnestly appreciated. The finding  of a piano each year Is alwais a  considerable source of trouble lo  u". We are not a very wealthy  organization, we have no permanent quarters of our own, and we  use a piano for such a short time  of the year, that the buying of one  is practically out of the question.  We have not yet definitely decided what particular songs we  shall sins but we have some in  mind. We have exlraordinaiy  difficulty each year in finding a  suitable play or sketch. We want  a short comedy or farce for males  of about 20 minutes duration' at.d  endeavoting lo find one through  mail order by name is as disappointing as it is unsuccessful. If we  attempted to put on most of those  we got hold of in this way, it would  not be safe for us to appear before  the public on the stage lor a long  time again. So we shall also appreciate indeed whatever assistance anyone can be to us in finding  a play, and we have very little time  left to find one.  The cubs will help us out again  this year with a song and act or  two, and we must ask every leader  and scout in the troop to "put his  shoulder to the wheel" with energy  and vim, lor tf thev will do that  the work becomes as pleasant as  it becomes simple. On the other  hand just as one bad apple in the  box soon spoils lhe whole box, so  can one scout who ia lazy, irregular,  careless or without enthusiasm,  make the whole work an arduous  fag, and perhaps spoil the whole  thing, for it is simply amazing how  quickly this spirit spreads to others,  Scarcely was the ink dry from  wtiting last week's column when  we learned of another aad bereave-  men to a scout family, and Kelowna had lost another of its most  popular young people, this time in  the person of Miss Kathleen McKenzie, sister of P.L. Carl, ex-scout  Hugh and Cub Murray McKenzie.  We wish at this aad time lo add  our expressions of very deep sympathy to the boys and their family,  which ia shared by them with the  whole community.  We are very glad to begin noticing around again many members  of the troop and pack who have  been having their turn of sickness.  It is certainly a time when no  chance must be taken to let a cold  or any temperature develop into  anything worse.  We have to thank provincial  headquarters, Victoria, for a number of haversacks, mess tins and  ground sheets, from the surplus  military ordnance stores. The ex  act method of distribution of these  will be decided at lhe next Court  of Honour, but it is expected that  the winners of the tent inspection  at laat camp will be preset.ted wilh  some of them for their prizes,  Auction  To be held at the residence of  C. B. Shaw  PARK AVENUE  Thursday, Mar. I I th  At 2 p.m.  Ottoman, upholstered in green, 2 easy  Chairs, upholstered in green, oak gate leg  Table, small oak Bookshelf, Fire Screen,  pair large repp Curtaint aquare Table  Congoleum Rug, 9 x 9, Runner Rug, deal  Dining Table, 6 leather seated oak Dining  Chairs, drop head Singer Sewing Machine  Evening Star Open Grate Coal Heater, 2  Wood Heaters, 2 Stoves, Boards and  Pipes, 2 Camp Beds and Mattreatet, Mission oak Dresser and large commode,  Child's Cot, Springs and Mattress, massive  white iron Bed, Coil springs and Restmore  Mattrets, Iron Bed, Springs and Restmore  Mattress, Dretser and Mirror, Bedroom  Rug, 2 Bedroom Chairs, Sealers Kitchen  Utensils, very fine china Dinner Set. Tea  and Breakfast Set, old Dutch pattern, all  to match, trunk, bathroom Mirror, Baby't  Push Cart, Baby's Chair, Garden Tools,  oar-man Cross-cut Saw, Garden Hose,  Fine Kitchen Cabinet, Refrigerator.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd.,  Auctioneers  Prof  essiona  1 Cards  BURNE S- sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  C. Weddell.    -    John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��. BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  irigs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting Cicll and Hydraulic  - Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report, on Irriastion Works  Applicationa for Water License.  . KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002 P.O. Box 418  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Oflice Phone 443 w    d n  I-,    . i -ui Vernon,  nx.  Residence       i I i  Calla left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentut,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor    %  Hewetson 6t Mantis Block     -     Kelown!  Phone 327  HEM AMBLER ST*  Leu-son��� in Voice. Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber arid Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  Mm. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock    -  Nexl to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Cla  ses  Forming lor the New Year t  Phone lor an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforte Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  The Oil Shop  BATTERY  SERVICE  RE-CHARGING  NEW  BATTERIES  Buy "Made in Canada" gooda.  REPAIRS  FOR SALE OR RENT  BATTERIES TESTED AND DISTILLED  WATER FREE   TIRES and TUBES,   Goodyear, Dunlop, Maltese Cross  GASOLINE & OILS FREE AIR  DAY  AND   NIGHT  SERVICE  Corner Telephones  Lawrence Avenue       J.   W.   B.  BROWNE, Prop. Day 287  Pendozi Street Night'67  Harness and Harness Repairs  That ia our business and  we can give you good aervice.   Call  and see our new atock  of  Work Harness.   It  ia good value.  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time eaves good money  to the wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS. AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE  REPAIRING.    We have just added a Shoe Repairing Department, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to ua.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!  Fertilizer!  Fertilizer!  Call and place your orders now.  PURITY ~~      FLOUR     ROBIN HOOD  /  Pricea expected tq advance.  We still have a few sacks of Feed Flour left at $3.80 per aack  Full line of Feed in stock.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  City Delivery  AUCTION SALE  ����� Of the Farm Implements and Household Effects of  R. J. Sproule, Rutland  To be held on  Saturday, March 13th, at 1.30 p.m.  McLaughlin Car Grey Mare  Double Wagon, box and fruit rack  Fruit Springs Plow  Buggy and Democrat  Spring Tooth Harrow  Horse Cultivator  Planet Jr. Cultivator  Set Double Harness  2 Sets Single Harness  4 Halters Kimble Harrow  McCormick Mower and Rake  Carpenter Tools  Cross-cut Saw Grindstone  Separator (American Wonder)  Gatnline Engine (2i h.p.)  3 Fruit Ladders  HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Oak extension Table  6 oak Chairs oak Sideboard  oak Secretary and Bookcase  Sofa 4 oak Tables  2 Rockers Lot of Pictures  2 Leather Upholstered Rockers  Music Cabinet       Large congoleum  16 yards Linoleum  oak Hallrack 3 Bedroom rugs  Singer sewing Machine  8 prs. curtains and rods  4 iron Beds complete  2 oak Dressers  White enamel Dresser  Stair carpet and pads \ .  3 Toilet Sets Gasoline stove  Vacuum washer      Reading Lamp  Vacuum Sweeper       Parlor Lamp  3 glass Lamps        2 chandeliers  12 doz. Sealers   2 doz. Sealed'Fruit  Columbia Gramophone, 50 records  Steel Range      Large wood Heater  2 Kitchen Tables      6 Kitch. chairs  Steam Cooker Bread Mixer  Assortment Dishes and Glassware  All Kitchen Utensils  3 seta Flat Irons  Remington rifle, 44 cal.  100 feet rubber Hose  3 hives of bees, large number of  supers and supplies  Axes Shovels Rakes  hoes and so forth  Many articles not mentioned  The above furniture is all in AI condition and will  be  sold  without reserve  as the ranch is sold. TERMS   CASH  G. W. Cunningham,  Auctioneer hursday, March'4,1920  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGE THREE  S/  ��� Lir*irco   .  PHONE   361 KELOWNA  New Shoes, Pumps, Oxfords  THE best selection  of Shoes that we  have had are in  stock now. Many  styles are here from  which to choose, and  among these are high  and low heel Shoes,  Pumps and Oxfords  in Patent Leather,  Gun Metal and Fin  Kid. The Oxford, as  illustrated, comes in  Chocolate Kid, good  military, walking heel  and long vamp.  The High Shoe, as  illustrated, is in fine  Black Kid, of excellent quality, with high  Louis heel. We would  like to have the pleasure of showing you  our new selection of  Shoes.  Black Silk Hose, $1.95  A amall assortment of Black Silk Hose haa arrived thia  week in a very flue grade of Silk. Theae are manufacturers' seconds and  are  regularly priced at $3.50 pair.  Sptdal $1.95 pair  New Coats  in Covert Coating  Correct Spring Fashiona are  introduced in the New Covert  Coats that are now on display  Thoae who desire to make  selection will find our offerings particularly attractive as  regards quality and value.  Thia Covert Coat, as sketch,  is remarkable value, and ia  excellent for all aeaaona of  the year.  Tweed Coata are alao here  in many new atylea. Prices  from $22.75.  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Mares and Geldings) '  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at the office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Dr. Knox returned from the  coast on Monday.  MisaC. Arbuthnotreturned Tueaday from Seattle.  Frank Fraaer waa a paasenger  Saturday laat for Edmonton.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. S. Collett returned Friday from the old country.  Chas. Gowan ia having hia houae  moved. The laat time we aaw il it  waa in the air I  w*. Lock returned to hia place in  Fumerton's atore, Friday after a  atay at the coaat.  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  I.O.D.E., will meet on Tuesday,  March 9th at 3 p.m., at the home  of Mra. C. J. Packham.  Mra. Bryce and Mrs. Hislop were  passengers Tuesday for Areola,  Saak.  Mr. F. Simmons, th-ratre manager, went up to Vernon Tueaday  on business.  M. A. Alsgard waa a passenger  to Penticton Saturday.  Messrs. A. E. Dark and J. Butler  left on Saturday afternoon'a boat  for Penticton, returning Monday,  Mr. M. H. Chesbro of Kelowna  ia conducting a Government pruning school in Summerland.  Summerland people, according  to the "Review" are congratulating  themaelvea on having eacaped the  flu epidemic. We hope ao���but,  wait and aee.  Owing to the prevalence of  influenza a ban haa been placed on  the schools, churches, theatre and  all public gatherings in Penticton.  Apropos of the above aome wag  had written on the Methodist  church notice board aa "Subject  for next Sunday"���"Influenza I "  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acres in trees, all good  varieties of Applet, 8 to 10 years  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present used (or  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road       Phone 3206  Bankhead Orchard Co.  Limited  Seeds  Our "B.uiko" brand North  West Dent, Cantaloupe and  Tomato Seeds, are now all  distributed by the  UNITED SEED   GROWERS,  Limited  PENTICTON  Columbi  "Across tlie Counter  of Dependability  EVERY article we sell is  the topnotch value in its  line. Naturally, we chose  Columbia as the Storage Battery for you folks that motor.  You already know us as ."the  place of 100% values." Come  here for your new Columbia  Storage Battery���that long-living and hard-hitting marvel of  Btarting and lighting powe.���  then you'll be a better friend  than ever.  Service on All Batteries  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile Electrician  Ths Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendosi Street  Mr. Geo. Thomlinson, with his  aon Willie and daughter Nan, left  Saturday for Scotland.  Mra. 'Gladman, who haa been  ataving with her parents, Mr. and  Mra. Lloyd-Jones, left Tueaday for  Winnipeg. Mra. W. Lloyd-Jones  accompanied her to the Landing.  Mr. Wm. Cruiae, of Pilot Mound,  Man., has been visiting Mr. F.  Buckland on hia return from a trip  t > the coaat,  G. A. McKay of the P. B. Willita  Co. returned Tueaday after a lengthy stay in Winnipeg. Mra. McKay  and the children are to stay for  aome time yet.  The postponed annual general  meeting of the G W.V.A. will be  neld at 8 p.m. on Wednesday,  March 10th, and the regulai weekly meeting on Saturday March 13th.  Mra. W. J. Austin wishes to  thank her many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy  extended to her in her recent  bereavement.  The annual meeting of the  K.A.A.C. which waa to have been  held on Tueaday last, haa been  postponed on account of the flu  ban.  J. M. Cushing, who has just returned from a visit eaat, is to take  charge this year of the Glenmore  ranch of the Central Okanagan  Landa, Ltd. The ranch has been  leaaed for the past year or two, but  the company intenda to resume the  operation of it thia year.    ���  Lloyd Cunningham had the misfortune last Friday to break his  arm while cranking the car. He  was out with hia father at the time  and was rushed to the hospital,  where the fracture waa at once set,  and he is now going along well.  The following are the donations  to the Kelowna Hospital for the  month of January: MrB. Benson, 3  doz.-n eggs; W. H. McDougall, 5  boxes applea; Mr. Thornalor, box  of apples; P. A. Scott, 2 boxea of  apples; G.C. R. Harvey, 2 boxes  apples; Kelowna Creamery, 10 lbs.  butter; Mrs. C. V. Butler, chicken ;  Mrs. D. W. Sutherland. 4 dozen  eggs; Mrs. Benson, 2 dozen egga;  P. A. Scott, $5 ; Mr. and Mrs. N.  D. McTavish $101 ; N. H: Caesar,  $25. The donations for February  am as follows;   G. W. Fergusson,  2 boxes of apples;   Mr. Whitham,  3 boxea of applea; Mrs. Benson, 2  dozen egga; Miss Dalzell, $2 ; Mr.  Jutsen, $4, Mrs. Leigh, $30.  '  meXC&rVXfiOBr^^  NOTICE  STIRLING & PITCAIRN. LIMITED  In the month of March free instruction  in the art of Fruit Packing will be given  by us in our Kelowna packing house���  James Gibb, Instructor. Names of those  desirous of learning should now be handed in to our office on Bernard Avenue  Clesses will begin  'on  Tuesday, 9th of  March.  Lest you lorget I���  GEO. LANE says,  Let us   Overhaul your Tires and  Tubes.  We buy and sell  used tires  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  O.K. Lumber Co. Office  Bernard Ave,, Kelowna  Some Reasons  Why Dark Sells Cheaper  I am well aware that people  ���re told my quality of stock ii  poor-that being the reason 1 can  ���ell cheaper. On the other hand  in these daya of profiteers everybody is not foolish enough to  believe such a statement, but  look for a reason. And I'm going  to supply very good reasons,  too. This week, for a start, let  me announce that I have been  made agent for the famous"  ASTORIA SHOE  and the first consignment is in  the store now. The Astoria people as you know, do business  with real live firms. Next week  look for more reasons, and meanwhile see my window.  Chas. Dark  Ths Footwear Winrd  WEBBER WAGONS  ��� We have just placed a carload of these  famous   wagona  in   atock.    All   aizea.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows . Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators    ' One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  AGENTS   FOR  DeLAVAL  SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone  150  NEW DELCO  LIGHT PLANT  120 volt, �� K.W., uses no batteries  Suitable for Assembly Halls, &c.  especially in the country or where occasional  lighting only is required  WILLARD BATTERY  SERVICE   STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired and Re-charged  GENERAL ELECTRIC WIRING CONTRACTOR   ,j aaa j ���  W. R. THOMSON  Phone 342  Lawrence Ave. Between Pendozi and Ellis .Streets  ��� ���   -  SEEDS!    SEEDS!  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed thia year  Direct from Producera  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvers.  Finest quality stock  CORN���North Western Dent  Our superb srloge variety  Write for our complete   Catalogue  and   Price List  of   FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our prices will interest you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38. MAIN STREET,  PENTICTON, B.C.  DIGNITY  is a way of being���hot ot phrasing.    It is  the elegant yet refined quality  of the  Jewelry we carry which assures  pleased customers  W.  M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETT1CREW -        - MANAGER ���s  PACK FOUB  KELOWNA   ftECOIM  NEW SPRING  Suits, Skirts &  Dresses  Ladies' All-wool Jersey  Spring Suits  in shades of sage, paddy and sand, have just arrived. Come in and see them. Many of the designs  are exclusive and all are remarkable VALUES.  They are perfect fitting, "snappy" style and splendid wearing qualities.  Ladies' Silk Bloomers  in Natural and American beauty shades,  tung and Habitau silk.  In Shan-  SpeCial in Ladies' Jap Silk Waists  in black, white, navy, crepe, rose, flesh and sky.  Priced at $4.95.  Ladies' Tricoline and Poplin Skirts  in shades of purple, sand, taupe, brown, navy, rose  and black.   Priced $7.95 up.  Splendid Assortment of  Ladies' Dresses  in crepe-de-chene, satin and taffetta. All of different  designs, in popular shades and priced low.  Ladies' Spring Weight Underwear  in Kumfy-cut, short sleeves, round and square neck,  at popular prices.  Children's Dresses  Children's Voile Dresses, with lace and rosebud  trimming, at $2.75. Also a nice range of cheaper  lines.  Children's Bonnets  in silk, poplin, cashmere, voile and muslin, with lace  or embroidery trimming. Priced as low as 35c up  to $2.75.  Children's Crepe Rompers  in white, pink, sky and rose.   Priced from  .25 up.  Children's 3-piece Jersey Play Suits  in white, saxe, cardinal, navy and brown. Sizes  from 2 years up to 6.    Priced $3.75 to $4.50.  Spun Silk  in two splendid wearing qualities. Very suitable  for ladies' or children's wear.  New Crepes  in all the staple plain shades ; also a good range of  fancy stripes.   Priced low for quick selling.  New Embroidery Needles  for the latest kind of fancy work. Call in and we  will demonstrate it to you. Price $1.35, will last a  life time.  Kor-Ker Hand Welt Shoes  for children, misses and boys, in tan and black, very  flexible elk leather. Just the shoe for good hard  wear.  Children's Calf Shoes  in tait and black, with plain toe, welted, in lace and  button styles, in sizes 5 to 10}.  We have Shoes for Everyone in  Your Home  Don't let the children  get wet feet.    It is more  sensible to buy them new Shoes and Rubbers NOW  OURS ARE PRICED LOW  J. F. FUMERTON 8 CO.  THE CASH STORE "It Pays to P.y Cash."  Dry Goods phone 58;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Houra:  Morning 9.30 and   I I Afternoon- 3 and 5  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone   116 Bui 116  Opposite ths CP.R. whirl  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE  Willow Avenue-4-roomed Cottage  with half an acre of land, three  chicken houses, wood shed,  summer house, 6tc, artesian well  asparagus and rhubaib beds,  strawberries, other small fruits,  flower and rose bushes. Price  $2,500.  GLENN AVENUE - House, ten  rooms, steam heated, cement eel-  lar, fully modern, garage, stable,  chicken house, wood shed, one  acre of land and twenty bearing  fruit trees.    Price $9,700, terms.  We also have a few good buys on  the K.LO. Bench  Full particulars at this office  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO pef cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000. the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6t(  BEES FOR SALE. Italians of Di. C. C.  Miller's strain. Write for prices and  particulars, D. E. McDonald, Rutland,  B.C. I4-6c  FCR SALE, 5-room Bungalow and large  lot. Electric light and city water. Ap.  ply Geo. Markham, Kelowna,       . I4-6i  mmmm  LARGE TENT for sale.   Apply Bo*. 471  Kelowna. l4-6p  FOR SALE, quarter section on Trepanier  Creek. Quantity of timber and wood,  saw mill two miles away. Creek runs  through property. Cabin, stable. Ap.  ply Box 528, Kelowna. I4tf<  HATCHING EGGS. Johnston's bred to  lay Buff Orpingto.is, $5 per setting of  15. Satisfaction guaranteed. Box 364  or phone 3153. l4-8p  FOR SALE, a good Farm, 94 acres, 70  acres under cultivation with good pasture, creek running through. River  frontage. Two houses, barn, stable for  12 cows, soil black, much good fence.  Also 50 acres, good house, two bains,  granary, root house, other buildings  could be sold separately. Apply Own.  er, A. Stroulger, Enderby, B.C.    I4-6c  Auction  At the residence of  David Wardlaw  Corner of Richter and Cadder Avenue  Thursday, March 18  Oak extension Table 6 Dining Chairs  Mahogany Dresser and Stand  3.piece Parlor Suite  Oak Table Axminster Square, 9 x 10  Bedroom Square, 9x12  2 Rugs Quantity Pictures  New iron Bed and Mattress  Iron Bed complete       12 yards Linoleum  6 pairs woollen Blankets Auto Rug  5 Bed Comforters 4 Bed Spreads  2 Mirrors                2 Chamber Seta  Medicine Cabinet Hammock  Office Stool         Brass Reading Lamp  Edison Phonograph and Records  4 glass Lamps Rattan Chair  4 leather Suit Cases Wood Heater  McClarey steel Range Coal Heater1  2 Kitchen Tables 6 Kitchen Chairs  Clock          Kitchen Scales Kettle  Bread Mixer        Pails            Bake Pans  Milk Pans       Boiler        Kitchen Utensils  Quantity Dishes and Glassware  6 dozen Sealers 2 Washtuba  15 Plymouth Rock Pullets 3 Axes  Democrat 50 Cedar Posts  Full Set Carpenter Tools  9 Shovels 3 Forks       3 heavy chains  Cant Hook and Wedges  Block and Tackle (2 ton)  Complete Stumping  Outfit with 150 feet  cable 100 feet I-inch Rope  3 Horse Blankets 2 Wagon Covers  2 Cross-cut Saws Scoop Shovel  Crowbar           Wheelbarrow  Many articles not mentioned  The above goods are  all practically new.  TERMS CASH.  Thursday. March 4,1920  Weather Report for  February  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Feb. Max. Min.  1   37  29  2  38  24  3   38 22  4  39 30  5  41  33  6  45  36  7  42  33  8   37  25  9   33  20  10  33, 20  11  34* 20  12   46  26  13   37  23  14   35   19  15   35   19  I*   34   19  17   38  23  18 45   26  19 42  33  20 40 30  21  33   20  22 34 ,. 20  23  35   18  24 36   13  25 35  19  26 41  25  27 40 20  ' 28 35   18  29 34   15  37.65 23.58  No Reserve.  Sale at I  .30 p.m.  G. W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS from se.  lected pen. Prize utility stock. $2.50  per setting.   W. M. Todd. Box 446.  FOR SALE, Jersey Cow  and   pedigreed  Flemish Giant Buck. E. Vowles.   I5.6p  ECCS-Pure bred to ley White Wy.n.  dottes, Adams-Solly strain, $3 fur setting  (15).   Phone 3201. 16.18  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Single Man for orchard work  (to live in). One who understsnds  spray engine preferred. Apply Bankhaad Orchard Co., Ltd. |5t(  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two.year-old  dark grey Mare, alao one-year-old bay  horse colt, white strip on face, white  feet. Both branded with small D on  left front foot. Reward for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  LOST-Between the Hostel, Kelowna,  and Okanagan Mission, Brown Fur Muff.  Reward. Please return to Miss Peaae,  Okanagan Mission. I6p  MiSCET.LANKOlIS  WANTED. Men's Shirts and Collars lo  Launder. We are now doing these  ourselves and the work is top notch.  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  WANTED, from about March 20th to  May 1st, a amall Furnished House or  convenient furnished   Rooma,   auitable  * for light housekeeping. W. T. Ashbridge  care of N. D. McTavish. 15.6  Rutland Drainage District  The adjourned sitting ef the Court of  Revision will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10th, in the Rutland school.  house. (  Okanagan Loan tt Investment Trust Co.  16 Clerk to the Commissioners.  Hatching Eggs  I have a tine pen each  Barred Rocks, Silver Campines  Rose-combed White Leghorns  and will aell sittings of 15 (or $2  J. C. STOCKWELL  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  .  LIMITED  We have moved our atore to  Corner of Bernard Ave.  and Ellis Street  where we have more storr*  room and much more atorage.  We intend to extend our busi  nesa and keep a fuller atock of  Hardware and  Household Goods  OUR  SPECIALTIES i  Ranges  Congoleum Rugs  Dinner Sets  Building Paper  Paints  Wall Paper  Come  up   to   the   corner   and  save ten per cent!  CASH COUNTS  HERE  Weh  ave a line  Auction Yard & Covered  Storage  and intend' having  Auctions Every  Saturday Afternoon  All kir.da of gooda bought for  caah  or  will arrange to son-  duct an auction for you.  Stockwell's. Ltd.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Reft Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door lo Poat Office  LEON AVENUE-Two storey frame house  6 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold watar,  fully modern, lot 50 x 120. 13.500, half  cash, balance to ba arranged at 7 p.c.  ELI AVENUE-Two storey frame bouse.  5 rooms, good outbuildings. One acre  of choice land. $3,500 on terms.  PENDOZI STREET-Two storey frame  house, fully modern, 8 rooma, bath, hot  and cold water, lot 120 x 100, barn.hold  4 horses, carriage and wood ahed, and  cement' basement. $4,500. half cash,  balance to be arranged at 7 por cant.  A snap at the price.  WILLOW AVENUE-Two store* frame  house, 6 rooms, bathroom and paatry,  stable, woodshed, hot and cold water,  electric light. $3,200. $1,500 cash balance to bs arranged at 7 par cent.  BURNE AVENUE-Dungalow. } rooms,  pantry and bathroom, tally modem,  woodshed, lot 60 x IM. lUOO, $1,500  caah, balance to ba arranged. Available  April 1st  RICHTER STREET-Bungalow, 5 rooms,  pantry, bathroom, cement-foundation,  outbuildings, acre good soil, 7 bearing  fruit trees, buildings and (trass em one  aide. 133 ft frontage, easily subdivided.  $4,000, on terms.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  ,  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  EMPRESS Theatre  Matinee & Night, Sot., Mar. 13th  THE DUMBELLS  582DIV. THEATRICAL UNIT C.E.F.  AUGMENTED BY STARS FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION  IN THEIR ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REVUE ������  GORGEOUSLY  GOWNED   ���   LAVISHLY   STAGED  AS PRESENTED OVER  800 TIMES AT THE   FROSlt  22 SURE-FIRE SONG HITS   Z2  Now* on a coast-to-coast home-coming tour  PRICES  Advance sale at Willits' Store.  Night $1.65, $1.10 and   80c  Matinee $1.10, 80c and 55c  Open Wednesday. Marsh 10th  AUCTION SALE  Having received instructions Irom  Mr. E. Edwards, Wood Lake Ranch  who it leaving (or New  Zealand, I will tell, without reserve, ail tha Horses,  Cattle, Fanning Implements and Household Furniture, on  Thursday. March 11th  Black Horae, unbroken, 5 yeara old,  weight 1,400 lbs.  Grey Colt, 3-year-old. weight 1,200  Colt  3 Teama Percheron  strain, mares  and geldings, 4 and 5  years old,  weight 1200 and 1300  Peir  matched    Black    Percheron  Mares in (oal, weight 1200  Pair Crey Percheron Mares, 5 and  6 yeara, weight 1300  Black Horae, 5 years, weight 1300  Gelding, kind and gentle, for saddle, driving or working, 8 years,  weight 1250  Extra good milk Cow, due May 1st  2 Milking Cows  Lot of Hens  5 h.p. Engine, new, 33 feet 6-inch  belting  DeLaval Ensilage Cutter, now  Large size Roller Mill  Stewart two-man Sheep Shearing  Machine  Knife Grinder  Studebaker Cart (nearly new)  Breaking Cart  Set 3-inch Double Sleighs (new)  Pung Sleigh  Sat Light Bobs  Walking Plow  Two-horse Renovator  2 5-ft. 6-in. Frost and Wood Mew.  ing Machines  Sst Spring Tooth Harrows  McCormick Rake  8 fork McCormick Tedder, new  Horse 2.drill Ssedar for turnips and  light seed  Power Emery Wheel  45.1b. Leg Vice  Lot of small Tools  Sat Driving Harness, naw  25-ft. steel Chain  300 feet new Manilla  11-4 inch  Rope  3 Pulley Blocks  Derrick Fork  2 Hay Slings  Block and Tackle Stump Puller  3 empty Barrels  3-inch Steel Axle Wagon n  Set heavy iron Doubletrees  30 US. Winchester Rifle  Lot of Forks, Shovels,   Whipple-  trees and so forth  HOUSE FURNISHINGS  Large oak Chair  12 foot   quarter  cut  oak   Dining  room Table  Gramophone with 30 records  3 iron Bedsteads, Springs and Mut-  Eiderdowns, Quilts and Pillows  All   Kitchen    Utensils,   including  Glassware, Crockery, (cc  260 acres of laka frontage Und ona mile north of Oyama, on oast side.  Good crock on property sufficient to irrigate about 40 acres, balance range  with good winter food, fenced.  500 aerea free range adjoining.  No reserve aa Mr. Edwards is leaving shortly.  TERMS���On land half caah, balance to suit purchaser.    On  movables caah.  Sale at I o'clock  G. H. KERR    ���    Auctioneer


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