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 iklottma  Laliala*!-" *"**  *^e.\ioyd  \^bw*0***��\  BET  VOL. XII.  NO. 17  KELOWNA" BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, MARCH II. 1920.-4 PAGES  SI.50 Per Annum  City Council Holds  Regular Meeting  Rutland News  Endorses Appeal For Highway  to Coast ��� Year's Estimates  Held Over to Next Meeting  The city council held itt regular  meeting on Monday evening laat,  the buaineaa tranaacted being chiefly confined to matters of ordinary  civic routine.  The correspondence, which waa  firat dealt with, included a copy of  a (eaolution paaaed by the council  of the City of Kamloopt urging the  immediate adoption of a route for  a highway connecting the coatt  with the interior, and the com.  mencement of conttruction in the  apring.   Thia was endorted.  A discussion look place upon  the rate of wagea of the power  houte staff. At a previous meeting  it had been arranged to pay according to the prevailing Union  tcale for engineers and firemen,  and inquiriet were made to ascertain what theae ratet were. The  information which came to hand  thowed that the Union tcale would  place the chief engineer'.) wage at  90c per hour, aecond and third  engineers at 70c p'er hour, 'and  fireman at 50c per hour, with time  and one-half for Sundaya and legal  holidaya. After a long discussion  it wat decided to adopt thete ratea.  Tendert were received for repairing and painting the firehall  and the contract waa awarded to  G. F. Budden for $282.80.  Building Inapector Bigger sug-  geted that the council take into  contideration the expediency of  amending the Building and Fire  Limit By-law to permit the erection of garagea on reaidential property within the fire limita. He  pointed out that the preaent limit  for outhouses waa 120 tquare feet  which did not permit the construction of a garage within the fire  limitt of other than fire-proof materials, and he had leceived aeveral applicationa for garagea which  would not be of fireproof material.  The council promised to take  the matter into contideration.  Mayor Sutherland aubmitted a  letter received from the Soldiers'  Setdement Board suggesting that  the council obtain the names of  all practical farmert in thit district  who are willing to employ Imperial  veterant for a term of from one to  two yeart and thereby enable  them to qualify for loant under  the Soldiett* Settlement Act.  Aa the matter wat deemed one  of considerable importance tha  communication wat laid on the  table for further contideration.  Aid. Rattenbury reported that a  further propotal had been tub-  milled by the owner of the city  police offices, namely, that in consideration of a caah payment ot  $1,250 the price would be reduced  to $2,500 and that no further payments would be expected until a  sufficient lime had elapaed, at the  rate of $30 per month, lo reach  the aum of $1,250. The council  decided that at there were no  funds available, to adhere to their  former decition to purchase the  property at the rale of $30 per  month.  Financial ettimatet were aubmitted by several of the committeet but were laid on the table  until the next meeting.  The resignation of Miaa Muriel  Crawley aa a member of the office  staff, wat received, the clerk reporting that he had already advertised for a successor and had selected from amongst the applicants  Milt H. E. McTaggart, whoae appointment he recommended. Miaa  McTaggart had been employed in  the Vancouver city office for four  yeara and had received very high  testimonials. Mitt McTaggart waa  accordingly.appointed at a aalary  of $80 per month.  Geo. Croat and family returned  Saturday from their vitit eaat.  Flu haa been very prevalent in  Rutland during lhe paat week with  two or three rather teriout caaet.  Leslie Ricliards returned thia  week to hia work on the K.V.R.  line which wat ttitpended for the  winter.  A. H. Eldridge came back laat  week from the coatt for a thort  vitit. He plant to dispose of hit  properly here when he will go to  Detroit where he hat taken a position.  The Rutland Athletic Club concert, which wat pottponed on account of the flu epidemic, will be  held on Thursday, March 25th.  Further detaila will be given next  week.  New Dance Orchestra  A hew mutical organization to  be known aa the "Lyric Orchestra" hat been formed in town.  While the primary object ia to  play for dancet it it announced  that the membert of the orchestra  intend giving during the aummer  montht a series of concerts in the  aquatic atand, which will no doubt  be greatlv appreciated by the public. The orchestra aa constituted  at present, contitlt of Mrt. A. McMillan, piano ; Mrt. Rutherford,  violin j F. V. Coxon, cornet j Bain  Calder, trombone ; and B. Treadgold, drums. Mr. Coxon- is also  the executive head qf the concern-  to whom all applicationa for information ahould be made.  In order to introduce themselves  to the'public the orcheatra ia offering their aervicea free to any society or individual who will organise a dance, provided the proceeds  are handed oyer to tome public  institution.  To Open New Auto  Showroom and Garage  Mr. M. A. Altgard snnouncea  the opening of a new show-room  and automobile aervice station on  Lawrence Avenue in the former  sample room. Mr. Alsgard haa  for tome time been one of the  mott active and enterprising of the  automobile salesmen in the city,  and haa probably been successful  in placing more cara and trucka  than any other dealer. He haa  felt the need of a permanent ahow  room and aervice atation and the  opportunity came in the ttarting  of a new garage and repair ahop  which ia to be opened to the rear  of Mr. Alagard'a thowroom. Thit  new venture will be in the hande  of Mr. R. Johnson, long known in  the city at an expert machinitt, and  Mr. George Sutherland, who haa  had aeveral yeart' experience in  automobile and engine work. .  Mr. Alsgard'a agenciea now include in addition to the Chevrolet  and Studebaker, Commerce Trucka  and Allit-Chalmen Tractort. Shipments of all thete are on the way,  a car of Studebakert arriving on  Saturday.  The Britiah Columbia government it aaking the Dominion to  turn back to the province the landt  within the CP.R. belt and the  Peace River block.  The evaporating plant at Pen^  ticton erected in the fall of 1913  by the Penticton Fruit Growert,  Dehydrating Co., hat been dismantled. It haa not been in operation since tha first year.  Wednesday's Wedding  BURNE-DeHART  The marriage took place Wedneaday morning at St. Michael'a  Church of. John Holland Burne;  aon of Mr. and Mra. J, F. Burne, to  Miss Gertrude Bay DeHart, daughter of Mr. and Mra. F. R. E. DeHart.  The ceremony which wat performed by the Ven. Archdeacon Greene  waa a quiet one, only the immediate  frienda and relativel being preaent.  After a wedding breakfaat at the  home of Mr. and Mra. DeHart, the  bride and groom left by car on  their way to the coaat.  A aettlement of the differences  between the Federal and British  Columbia governments are provided for in a bill to bo introduced by  Hon. Arthur Meighen, minister of  the interior.  No New Flo Cases  Since Wednesday  May Remove the Restrictions  Next Week if This Continues  The flu epidemic, though now  apparently on the wane, hat claimed aeveral more viclimt during tha  patt week, the mott distressing  feature being that they were all  mothert with young familiea. The  thought of to many young children  thut left without (he loving care  and protection which only a mother can give addt great'y to the  pain of bereavement.  The courte of the epidemic hat  been very aweeping, and it would  be difficult to eatimate the number  of cases which have resulied.  .On Wedneaday only five new  caaea were reported and since then  none, so thai il aeema reaaonable  to hope that the dread scourge  haa run ita courae. The ban ia atill  on, however, in fact it waa further  tightened a few daya ago by the  doting of all bara and poolrooms.  In anawer to inquiry, the medical  health officer atalet that ahould  there be no new caaea break out,  it ia likely that the restrictions'will  be removed towarda the end of  next week.  Ths lata Mrs. T. A. Woods  Death visited the home of Mr,  T. A. Wooda, ot Glenn Avenue,  latt Friday morning, when hit wife  Doril Chrittine, pasted away suddenly after giving great promiae of  recovery from lhe influenza and  pneumonia, from which sle had  been suffering. Mrs. Woods was  born out in the old country but  had lived for many yeara in the  Kelowna diatrict. She waa a daughter of the late T. Vernon, v> ho at  one time owned a ranch on the  west tide of the lake. Her aiater,  Mra, R. C. Bennett, it now living in  Vancouver. Through her death  Mr. Wooda it left wilh the care of  three young children, and haa the  aympathy of the whole community  in hia great loaa. A funeral aervice  waa held Saturday morning at St.  Michael'a church, conducted by  the ven. Archdeacon Greene.  Tha lata Mrs. F. V. Royle  Only two weekt following the  death of her titter, Mra'. Leathley,  Mra. F. V. Royle pasted away on  Monday morning from pneumonia  and other complications following  an attack of influenza. The ahock  of her sister's death had no doubt  much to do with the aerioua turn  her illness took. At Mitt Janet  Turner the deceaaed came to Kelowna nearly twelve yeart ago with  Mi. and Mrt. Leathle>. Six yeart  ago ahe waa married to Mr. Royle  whoae dittrett at thit tudden be  reavement is naturally very keen.  There ia one little girl, five years of  age. The funeral aervice waa held  Tuesday in St. Michael's church  by the ven. Archdeacon Greene.  Tha lata Mrs. E. Gauvin  A particularly aad death added  to the loll of lhe flu epidemic waa  that of Mra. E. Gauvin, which took  place-Monday night, by which aix  young children, all under eleven  yeara of age, and the youngeat bat  a baby a few weeka old, are left  motherleaa. Like ao many gases,  Mra. Gauvin wat apparently getting  over the danger, though ahe had  been in a critical atate aeveral timea.  Her condition waa aggravated bv  the fact that juat before her confinement she had Buffered a bad fall,  which had been a aevere ahock to  her. "Joe" Gauvin, aa her husband  is generally known, returned about  a year ago from overseas 'service  with 172nd. The funeral look  place Wedneaday from the Catholic  Church.  Tho lata Mrs. W. Shand  Mra. Margaret Campbell Shand,  wife of Wm. Shand of Okanagan  Miaaion, died Tueadav in the Kel  owna Hoapital from pneumonia  and influenza following confinement a few weeka ago. Mra. Shand  wat a native of Ontario, and came  to Kelowna on her rriarriage about  a year ago. She waa well-known  and highly reapected at Okanagan  Mission where she took a great  intereat in church and aocial work  Judge Hears Cases of  Juvenile Shopbreakers  Is Lenient Out of Consideration  For Tbeir Youth  Judge Swanton wat down Tuetday and held a aeaaion of the court  for the purpote of going into the  cate of.the three young boya who  were charged aome lime ago wilh  breaking into Campbell's bicycle  ttore on Pendozi ttreet. Owing  to the youth of the offenders and  the previoua bad recorda of one or  two of them, difficulty had been  felt ip deciding just what to do  with them, and lhe whole matter  had been laid before the attorney-  general. The abaence of a juvenile  court in Kelowna made it necessary that they ahould be brought  before Judge Swanson.  Reluctant to impose the heavy  penalty which the serious nature  of their offence had merited. His  Honor let the bovago on suspended sentence with bonds of $200  each for their good behaviour for  a year. They were warned that  no further leniency could be expected should they be involved in  any further breaches of the law.  Comparative Returns  from Amusement Tax  The people of Vancouver who  attended the theatres and moving  picture palaces laat year contributed $137,788.45 to the provincial  treaaury by meana of the amusement tax. This was made known  laat evening by Hon. John Hart, in  answer to questions aaked by Mr.  W. A. McKenzie. In the aame  period the amusement lovers of  Victoria contributed $37,285; New  Weatminater, $5,237 ; Kamloops,  $2,197; Vernon, $1,644; Nelson,  $2,679 ; Kelowna, $678 ; and  Penticton, $698.  Budget Will Be Brought  Down Next Week  The budget will be brought down  on Monday) March 15, according  to a atatement made yetterday by  Hon. John Hart, miniater of finance.  Departmental business combined  with sickness which has kept the  minister confined to hia club for  several daya haa caused aome delay in getting hia budget ready.  With the budget down, night sittings  will begin.  Premier Oliver is engaged in hia  apare time in the work of helping  to get the eatimatea to a balancing  point. Although the provincial  revenues have risen by $1,500,000  tince latt year, the demands for  money to meet interest on borrowed money and to provide funds  for land aettlement and otl.er soldier enterprises have grown in excess of the increased income.  The fire which destroyed the  wharf and buildinga of D. Gellatly  and Sona on the west side of the  lake did damage estimated at  about $2,000, with $4,000 insurance.. The crew of the tug Caa-  tlegar atsitted in fighting the fire.  One of Mr. Gellatly'a daughters  suffered a broken leg while taking  an excitable horse out of the  stable.  Compulsory vaccination, as provided for in the Health Act, wi'l  be enforced among the school  population of New Weatminater.  The intention ia to have thia put  into effect at once ao that the children will have the Eaater holidaya  to recover from the etfecta. Proviaion will be made for the exemp  tion of conscientious objectors.  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  The stork waa a recent viaitor at  the Big Horn Ranch, bunging a  little daughter to Air. and Mra  Perdue.  A number of the ranchera rode  up lo Ewinga on Monday, March  Itt   to attend'a  meeting 6f  thai The long deferred annual meeting  Weatttde Farmera Inttitute.amongst  them being Mr. and Mrs. G. C.  Browse and Mr. Leeley of Wilaona  and Messrs. Leney, Perdue, Biggan  and Cheeaeman of Nahun, Amongst mattera taken up were that of  the very necessary road work and  the organization of a Live Stock  Aatocialion,    ,  Mr. A. B. Rawkina went up to  Vernon on Friday last, returning  on Saturday. He brought with  him Mrs. J A. Rawkina and her  little aon of Vancouver, on a visit  to Mr. and Mrs. Browse of Cotvale.  The recent newa of the death at  Vemon of Mr. R. St.John Wright,  of pneumonia, came aa a great  ahock to those who have been associated with him in the telephone  aervice. He made many Irienda  here amongst us, and deserved the  sincere appreciation he has gained,  aa much fcr his conscientious attention to duty as for the genuine  courtesy shown towards all with  whom he came in contact. Hia  loss will be much felt by many.  Automobile Has Greatly  Improved  "The appearance of the automobile haa kept pace with its median,  ical development," says M. A.  Alsgard, local dealer in Chevrolet  passenger cars and trucks.  "This fact ia lhe more clearly  empuasized bv contrasting the  trim, light, well proportioned cara  of today with the bulky, pretentious  affairs that only a few yeara ago  were usually to be seen laid up for  repaira by the wayside.  Those old cara were loaded down  with wholly unnecessary weight,  and their towering tonneaua only  emphaaized their anub-noae.d hoods  where one or two cylinder engines  labored and gasped under burdens  way out of proportion to their  power.  It ia no wonder that motora and  parts continually gave out. Such  is the penalty of weight; and even  today a car that remotely resembles those heavv old relics immediately auggeata trouble, inconvenience and exr.enae to the mott rial's  mind.  Ihe beauty of up-to-date light  cara suggests their triumph over  all theae handicapa. Their clean  low linea, their perfect finish, the  neat one-man tops and tilted wind,  shields, the abaerce of every unnecessary detail and the presence  of every item of equipment that  makes for greater comfort and  convenience, are all signs of the  great care that haa been taken  throughout in their mechanical  construction.  In the moat efficient cara the  same perfect balance of size and  line haa been carried out in proportioning the weight to the motor  so that maximum power ia obtained  with a minimum of fuel, and greater strength, comfort and dependability havediaplaced excess weigh'.  It ia theae thinga that have lifted  the automobile from the plane of  a sporting experiment to an india-  pensible part in modern transport-  ation, and ita ability to play the  part ia reflected in the general ap  P'iarance of the modern car."  The funeral aervice was held Thursday afternoon at St. Andrew's  Church, Okanagan Mission.  A death from flu latt week of  which mention waa omitted, waa  that of the infant child of Mr. and  Mra. Arthur Gardner, who recently  came to Kelowna from Penticton.  Every aympathy ia extended to  them in their lott.  SLATER���On Thuraday. March  4th, to the wile of Mr. H. Slater,  a daughter.  Sir Oliver Lodge "will lecture in  Vancouver during hia western tour.  . That a powerful British iron and  Steel company will locate in Britiah  Columbia and eatablish a complete  plant for tha turning out of all the  producta of thia industry ia the  newa reaching Vancouver from the  old country. The concern ia a  big organization and work on the  preliminaries connected with its  flotation for activitv in British Col  umbi* hat already started.  Annual Meeting of  Boy Scout Assn.  New Officers for Year ��� j Rutland to Have Troop ��� Will  Purchase the Camp Site  of the Scoutt attocialion waa held  on Wednetday the third instant at  advertited and the officers for the  year ahead are : honorary' vice-  presidents, the Ven. Archdeacon  Greene and the Rev. Mr. Braden ;  preiident, Mr. P. DuMoulin ;; vice-  presidents, Messrs. L. E. Taylor  and Geo. S. McKenzie; committee  Mettrt. F. W. Groves, W. J. Mantle!  Chas. McCarthy, W. D. Walker  and G. W. Cunningham, together  with the Rev. Mr. Griffitha and Mr.,  E. Money of Rutland, and the  acoutmasler and cubmaater ex  officio. Measrs. Griffiths and Money  are organizing a troop in Rutland  and desired to act under the Kelowna attociation in the meantime,  ao they were both added tu tbe  committee. It will certainly be  nice to have a strong troop in  Rutland.  The secretary repotted the resignation of Mr. Gordon last September aa cubmaater, which waa  accepted with regret, but Mr. Gordon had made it clear lhat it waa  absolutely definite. In view therefore of his having been the first  cubmaater of the pack and as a  token of appreciation of his services it was decided that he should  be made an honorary cubmasierof  the pack and that he should be  awarded the Thanka Badge. A  letter was also read from Mr.  Bartholomew, assistant cubmaater,  who haa been acting aa cubmaater  since Mr. Gordon's resignation,  resigning hia poaition as from the  end of March. As he had aince  stated that he might be able to retain the position if given a few  months leave of abaence, it wat  decided lhat we ahould tender him  our appreciation of hia aervicea  and aacettain from* him exactly  how long he could carry on and  for what period he would like leave  of absent: before dealing fuither  with hit letter.  Correspondence wat alao .cad  with Provincial Headquaitera relative to .lhe appointment of a  district commissioner for the Okanagan district and it waa decided  that they be asieed to broach the  subject to the other towns, but at  the aame time we wiite to the Rev,  and Hon. Mr. Heneage expressing  our appreciation of his viailt in the  paat and the hope that he would  still be able to continue their.  Messrs. W. J Mantle and George  Rowcliffe were appointed a apecial  committee to wait upon the Olcan-  ngan Loan & Inveatment Trust  Company to arrange terms of purchase ol the Cedar Creek ramp  site and to aee if the matter could  not be financed.' ' ���  A hearty vote of thanka waa  moved lo all those ladiea and  gentlemen who had id kindly helped the scouts and cubs throughout  the vear particularly with the con-  rert and camp and in acting aa  examiners for the different badges,  lo.lhe Kelowna Courier and the'  'Kelowna Record for publishing  the weekly acout column, to Mr.  Hewetson for hia lessons in physical training, to Mr. Fred Gore for  hia instruction to the bugle band,  to Mr. Mantle for auditing the  troop cash, to the directors of the  Exhtbitinn Aasnciation for the free  use of their building and tn the  Kelowna Board of School Trustees  for the free use of a r"om in the  old wooden achool building.  The relationa between the government and the farmers < f the  province, says Premier Oliver, have  never been more cordial than at  present, and the government will  continue to aid agricultural development. Despit.- resolutions  passed at conventions, the relations  of the Farmers' Institutes anrl the  United Farmers are still undecided.  It sometimes happena that locale  do not endorae what has been  done at a central gathering, t nd it  might be that many locals would  not endorse the proposed amalgamation. Until they had d< cided  their position, the government  mutt legislate in order to carry on. 1101 TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, March 11,1920  *      ^���l����i.-'-*^.  . .-A  Crooks Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When auoahine makei teeing  painful you will find great  comfort by weiring * pair of  glaMca ground from Sir WiU  liam Crook's patented glata.  The tit ade ia to light that the  vinion ia little impaired yet  they ara moat raatful to the  eyea.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometriit      Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  Phone 3002  P.O. Box 418  G.W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Pboas 287.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can r-s-upholitor your outo.  or buggy aeat and male* it  like new.  Mattreieea Piano*, -Sec.  Re-made Polished  Coaey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lata with Kalowna Furniture Co,  KELOlnINH RECORD  Published avary Thursday at Kelowna,  Britiah Columbia  IOHN LKATHLEY  Editor aad Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   IIATElH  tl.no   pit   raal:   7as..   .Is   rsroatks   llnlvsd  Statu 10 osats addlUoaal.  SutMKnibars at las rasralar ra.�� ran havs  srrtra papers mailed to frlsads a* a di.Uaos  st  I1AI.K  RATB. I.... 71 cats osr  ssar.  This spsclal DTlvllss.   Is   traasstt   lor   ths  -..inx.iw. ot advartislmr *hs aits aad district.  All sabsartstloaa MvaMs la edvaaas  Will Hold Important  Press Conference  Arrangements for an Imperial  Preaa Conference to be held in  Canada next summer are rapidly  approaching completion. 1 his conference which will be attended by  100 of the leading editors and pub-  linhera of the British Empire, including men like Lord Northcliffe,  Lord Burnham, Sir George Riddell  and others of similar prominence,  as well aa publishers of Canada  and some distinguished Americans  promises to be the greatest event  of its kind in the history of the  Britiah Empire.  The meetings of the conference  itself will be held at Ottawa and  will extend over thtee days, but  before and after that event it is  planned to take these distinguished journalists on one nf the most  extensive tours of Canada lhat  visitors have ever had opportunity  to make. The tour is to include a  trip through the Okanagan valley,  the date for which is at present  given aa August 23rd.  Indians Are to  Have the Vote  Among the important pieces of  legislation which will be brought  before the Federal House this ses-  r-ion will be an act designed to do  a measure of justice to the first  possessors of this country. It will  be placed before parliament by  Hon. Arthur Meighen, and will be  the most advanced legialation of  the kind ever introduced on the  continent dealing with those who  have been the wards of the white  race so long. It contemplates troth-  ing less than the elevation of the  Indians of Canada from the posi  t'on of wards of the crown to that  of complete and responsible citizenship bv means of compulsory  enfranchisement and compulsory  e iucation.  Under the old Indian act a member of a band could only be en-  franchiser! alter passing through  two probationary periods of three  yeara each, and then only with the  consent of his tribe. The new art  will release him altogether from  tribal control, and make him to all  respects nnd purposes an independent Canadian citizen.  Conatructin work is being vigor-  ously carried on on the Kelowna-  Kamloops extension of the C N.R.  According to reports track laying  is to begin early in spring.  A new government headed by  Sali Pasha has been formed in  Constantinople, a dispatch states.  The actual situation in the Turkish  capital is not clear. The latest reports indicate that Constantinople  ia under martial law, being con  trolled by British soldiers. The  Turks are reported to be alirring  up Arabians, Mesopotamiana and  Thracians.  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer.       March 9th.  We trust lhat by the time thia  column is published the influenza  ban will have been lifted, but at  the moment of wiiting we know  nothing definite as to whether this  will be so or not. The K.A.A.C.  and ladies basket ball clubs have  been practising regularly all the  time, and of course there are sever  al scouls in the former, but unless  the other s onto in the troop show  more .interest in the game and commence practising regularly at once  again we are afraid that we shall  have to give up the use of the  building. Taking exercise is one  of the best ways possible to keep  well.  Scout Lloyd Cunningham recent  ly had an altercation with his  father'a car, and having turned on  the gaa sufficient to send the car  along at a speed of about forty  miles an hour, essayed to crank il,  Reault���one back-fire and one broken arm. However, the patient is  now doing well we are glad to  say.  Interesting Details of  Dairying Industry  Interesting statistics of the dairying industry in this province are  given by Hon. Mr. Barrow, minist-  o[ agriculture, in reply to questions  by Mr. Jones of South Okanagan.  The minister says there are 22  creameries manufacturing butter in  various parts of the province. There  are four cheese factories and three  fai m dairy factoriea for manufacturing fancy cheese. Of dairies handling or diatributing milk or cream  or manufacturing ice cream there  are 45.  In anawer to a question as to  what is the output of each creamery and dairy annually, the minister  says that individual returns are  confidential, but gives the totals as  follows:���  Creamery butter, 1,668,290 lbs,  value $1,018,197.73; daity butter  630,000 lbs., value $357,500; total  2,298,290 lbs., valued at $1,375,-  697.73.  Imports of buttet from all snurcs  in British Columbia, 1917-1819,  as follows:���  191 7���Butter, pounds: Canadian  7,550,736; foreign.253,390; t.,ral,  7.804,126. Value : Canadian, $2,-  814,403; foreign, $93,254; total,  $2,957,657.  1918���Butter, pounds: Canadian,  5,980,163; foreign. 754,240; total  6.734.423. Value : Canadian, $2,-  648,353; (oreign, $266,591 ; total,  $2,914,944.  1919 ���Butter, pounds: Canadian  4,563,212; foreign, 978,546 ; total  5,541,758. Value: Canadian, $2.-  441.318; foreign, $422,850; total,  $2,867,168.  Details of last year's values are  as follows:���  Dairies :    milk,   fresh,   gallons,  9,470,377, valued at $3,977,558;  ice cream, gallons, 21 7,225, valued  at $355,124; dairy biilter, pounds,  630,000, valued at $357,s500.  Cheese factories : 204,502 pounda,  valued at $88,305. Condenseis:  evaporated   and   sterilized   cases,  243,515, valued at $1,362,004.  THB   ARRIVAL  of Spring will remind you that you  want your car in the bast possible  condition.   Come to us for  AUTOMOBILE <  TIRE   VULCANIZING  It coats but little and saves tha price  of new shoes. Give our expert  work a fair trial.  Gat our Price List on Repairs.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  O.K. Lumber Co. Oflice,  Barnard Ave,, Kslowna  London Audience  Greets Isolde Menges  The violinist so well known to  Kelowna people, Miss Isolde Menges, is, judging from e recent report  in the London "Daily Telegraph,"  receiving a most enthusiastic reception on her re-appearance be.  fore English audiencea after a long  absence in America and Canada.  The musical critic of the Telegraph  is high in his praise of   her talent.  He says: "Quite beautiful is her  warm tone, lovely its accuracy of  intonation; fine was the vigour of  the Wieniawski and of Bach in a  prelude���superbly fine this, neat  beyond words the phrasing and  the delicacy and restraint of the  plaving of Tod Boyd's Samoan  Lullaby (which we feel aure il destined to become almost a nuisance  to us, so popular is it likely to be),  and high the polish of the encore  piece played after the Francosur  pieces. In a word, Miss Menges,  as solo violinist, is a Kreisler in  petto. She waa beautifully rasisled  by Mies Eileen Beattie atthe piano  forte, and it is a pleasure to know  that she will be here for many  months before returning to America to fulfil a number of mnage-  menta. Tn hear a player who is  herself filled with the joy of playing is rare���all the more, then, is  it also a joy."  Professional Cards  BURNE **��� WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  K. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR A BUILDER:  PJans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  ('onaultitig Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer-  B.C. band Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Work.  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence       313  Vernon, B.C,  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetton & Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  Phone 327  Sir Robert Would  Sweep the Country  Speaking in the House of Commons Sir Thomaa White, the pre.  mier's former finance minister,  aaid that during the last five yeara  the government had carried on  under tremendous difficulties.  When the history of those stirrup  times had been written, Canadians  would see that in Sir Robert Borden they had a premier to-be  pround of. Looking back over lhe  last five years, one could see (hat  the history of the Union government abounded Jin glorious traditions on whit h to build a party.  If a national Liberal-Conservative  party waa lormed from the old  Conservative party and the Liberals  who joined the Unionist cause  who thought alike on fiscal questions, Sir Rober) Borden would  Sweep the country.  HERGA AMBLER Sr*  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  Penticton proposes to make an  expenditure of over $7000 on domestic water extensions this year.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B.BURtTCH. ���   Phone 180  % G. SCQTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164;Reaidence91  P.O. Box 22  Mn. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Clataea  Forming for the New Year  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 REPAIRS  NEW  BATTERIES  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.  8. BROWNE, Prop. Day 287  Pendozi Street Night 67  Harness and Harness Repairs  That ia our buaineaa and   we can give you good aervice.   Call  and aee our new atock  of  Work Harn'eaa.   It ia good value.1  Biing Us Your Repairs  Remember ��� atitch in time aavea good money  to the wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES. WHIPS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE   REPAIRING.    We have juat added a Shoe Repairing Depart- .  ment, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to ui.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  Seeds! Fertilizers!  SPRAYING MATERIALS  Call and place your ordera now. .  PURITY ~      FLOUR     ROBIN  HOOD i  Pricea expected to advance.  We still have a few sacks of Feed Flour left at $3.80 per aack  Full line ol Feed in stock.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  City Delivery  Buy "Made in Canada" goods.  NOTE: On account ofthe ban this sale  has been postponed and will be held on  Thursday, March 25, at 1.30  AUCTION SALE  Of tha Farm Implements snd Household Effects of  R. J. Sproule, Rutland  McLaughlin Car Gray Mara  Double Wagon, box and fruit rack  Fruit Springs Plow  Buggy and Democrat  Spring Tooth Harrow  Horae Cultivator .  Planet Jr. Cultivator  Set Double Harness  2 Sets Single Harness  4 Halters Kimble Harrow  McCormick Mowar and Rake  Carpenter Tools  Cross-cut Saw Grindstone  Separator (American Wonder)  Gasoline Engine (2 J h.p.)  3 Fruit Ladders  HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Oak extension Table  6 oak Chaira oak Sideboard  oak Secretary and Bookcase  Sola 4 oak Tables  2 Rockers Lot of Pictures  2 Leather Upholstered Rockers  Muaic Cabinet      Large congoleum  16 yards Linoleum  oak Hallrack 3 Bedroom rags  Singer sewing Machine  8 prs. curtains and rods  4 iron Beds complate  2 oak Dressers  White enamel Dresser       '  Stair carpet and pada  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 Kirch, chairs  Steam Cooker Bread Mixer  Assortment Dishes and Glassware  All Kitchen Utensils  3 sets Flat Irons  Remington rifle, 44 cal.  100 (act rubber Hosa  3 hives of bees, large number of  supers and supplies  Axes Shovels     >   Rakes  hoes and so forth        a  Marty articles not mentioned  The above furniture is all in AI condition and will be sold without reserve  a. the ranch is sold. TERMS   CASH  G. W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  s_n____nn___^__,__ ���p  KfflBMi  Thursday, March 11,1920  KBLOWNA  stBCORD  PASS THBEE  <2��**Ur  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  Spring Millinery  The new Spring Millinery carries its own assurance of distinction. We have large and attractive  assortments in models (or street and sport wear.  Make selection now while the  showing is at its best.  New Coats and  Suit  s  We would like to have the  pleasure of showing you the  new Coats and Suits that are  just in. Smart fashions developed in materials of deserving  quality are ready here in a  well-selected variety. Each  model is attractive and, highly  practical for spring and summer service.  Chevrolet  1} In appearanceand detail of appointment the CHEVROLET  "Four-Ninety" Touring Car ia unequalled at its price.  fl It would be difficult to find a car at any price which ia  mechanically more dependable or more economical in the  uae of gasoline and tirea.  <J If you want a moderate-priced car, and goed-looking  one, you will choose the CHEVROLET.  tj Place your order NOW to insure early delivery, aa cara  are icatce.  M. A. ALSGARD  SHOW ROOMS  LAWRENCE AVENUE  "Four-Ninety"' Touring, $960, f.o.b. Oshawa, Ont.  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  (Maret and Geldinga)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply.  . G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at tk. office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  i  Major McDonald waa a paasenger  Saturday for Victoria.  S. T. Elliott paid a vitit last weekend to Revelstoke.  Mr. and Mrt. W. A. Smith left  Monday for Edmonton.  Mitt Grummet wat a paatenger  Monday to Moose jaw.  L. Hayet left Monday on a business trip to Winnipeg.  Mr. and Mrt. Armstrong left  Monday for Coaldale, Alta.  Mr. and Mra. J. E. Young were  vititort from Penticton yetterday.  Mrt. Mellan and family of Calgary have been ttaying in Kelowna  thit week.  Mr. and Mrt. W. A. Palmer, of  Salmon Arm, were down Monday  on a thort vitit.  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  I.O.D.E, will not meet again until  further notice.  Kelowna golf enthutiattt will  be pleaaed to learn that a splendid  golf course has been diacovered in  the vicinity of Kelowna, and a  meeting in thit connection will be  held in the Board of Trade room  at toon aa the ban ia lifted.  Jat. Inglis of the Okanagan  Brokerage reporta the tale of the  Binger Ranch at Benvoulin containing 33 acret, to Mr. R, Dumin,  for the turn of $ 17,000. Mr. Dur-  nin it to be congratulated on hia  recent purchase, aa Mr. Brian  Stephens, the vendor, paid $20,000  for the place in 1914. The preaent valuation df the buildings  alone it in the neighbourhood of  $7,000.  Owing to the crowded ttate of  the Aquatic pavilion during latt  aeaton the director! decided laat  fall tnat the building waa now  quite inadequate to accommodate  the varioua branches of the Association's activities. The verandah  waa usually overcrowded at were  the bathing cubicles. Visitors in,  the city who attended any of the  dancea found it. difficult to move  around while dancing wai sometimes impoasible. The building is  only about half the tize of the one  erected at Penticton. In order to  provide for an addition lo the preaent building of 30 feet extending  tov/ardt town the Director! have  authorised the ittue of 80 tharea  $25 each. All who detire to tee  the building enlarged are invited  to subscribe for shares at the office  of the aecretary, Mr. H. G. M.  Wilson.  Miss C. O. Marcey left Tueaday  for Huntindon.  Mrt. Davidson wat a paatenger  Tuetday to Indian Head.  Mr. McGorman left yeaterday on  a viait to Penhold, Alta.  left   yetterday   for  Mrt.  Suler  Calgary.  W. W. Perry who with Mn.  Perry hat been in town for the  patt week or two, left yetterday  for the coatt.  D. D. Campbell it a vititor thit  week to the coaat.  Mr. Goldtmith returned Saturday  laat to Salmon Ann.  Mr. James Linton desires to  thank all frienda for thu kind expressions of sympathy in hia recent  sad bereavement.  A. DeStoutz left thia morning on  a viait to Halcyon.  Mitt Austin was a passenger lo  Kamloops this morning.  District Engineer Gwyer waa up  from Penticton last weekend,  J. E. Reekie who wa: back to  attend the funeral of his mother,  aeturned to the coaat Monday  Mr. and Mra. H. E. Leigh and  family ot Rutland left thia morning  oh their way to England. Miss  Rtcharda accompanied them. Mr.  Leigh recently aold out hia orchard  and ranch here, and an auction  aale of his effects waa held laat  week.  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acrea in treea, all good  varieties of Applet, 8 to 10 yean  old. Balance of 27 acrea ia good  orchard land, at preaent uaed (or  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Alao connected with good ayatem  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road'    Phone 3206  MrSST*  HU  "Across the Counter  of Dependability  EVERY article we sell il  the topnotch value in its  line. Naturally, we chose  Columbia as thc 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  starting and lighting powe.���  ."men you'll be; a better friend,  than ever. .:  Service on All Batteries  Alfred A. Newstrantl  Automobile  Electrician    .  Taa Sign of tka Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pando/i Street  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. R. Durnin has purchssed  the Binger property in Benvoulin.  Mias Enid Johnaon who has  been visiting the DeMaras, left on  Thursday for Vernon.  The Rev. P. Connal who has  been staying at Rutland during the  patt year, hat movd into the  Manse. The community extend  him a heartv welcome.  We ar,e glad to see so many of  our Benvoulinites who had the  flu are able to be up and around  again.  Mr. and Mra. Hardy and family  who have been visiting Mr. A.  Hardy, left laat week for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mra. G. P. Findlay arrived laat week from the coaat to  visit their daughter Mra G. Scott.  Mt. Findlay haa returned ro Vancouver while Mrs. Findlay intenda  staying in Benvoulin for a few  weeka.  SPRING  Millinery  Opening  Monday & Tueaday, March  I5&I6, and following dayt  Introducing accepted modeain Hata  for street, sport and dress wear.  A display replete with creations of  exclusive merit.  C. Arbuthnot  KELOWNA  Another Reason  Why Dark Sells Cheaper  If I open up business in a town  and erect a very elaborate store  costing $40,000, and fit it up  with the very beat fittinga that  money can buy, place in it an  abundance of coatly ahow caaea,  ��nd, in fact, make it look more  like a manor houae than a place  of business���somebody   haa got  to PAY FOR IT. Now then,  when 1 start telling, it ia obvious  I muat charge higher pricea than  tho man down the street who  erected a" $20,000 atore, aoeing  that my expense ia double aa  muoh. Of courae my customers  don't own the atore���but they  PAY for itl Be aenaible and  go to Dark.  Chas. Dark  The Footwetr Wiiard  WEBBER WAGONS  , We have juat placed a carload of these ���  famous   wagont   in   ttock..   All   sizes.  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  DaLAVAL SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone  150  NEW DELCO  LIGHT PLANT  120 volt, if 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  W. R. THOMSON  Phone 342  Lawrence Ave. Between Pendozi and Ellis Streets  SEEDS!    SEEDS!  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed this year  Direct from Producera ',  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvers.  Finest quality slock  CORN���North Western Dent  Our superb silage variety  Write for our complete  Catalogue  nnd   Price Liat* of  FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our pricea will interest you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38, MAIN STREET. PENTICTON,  B.C.  Doea Your Watch Tell  Time in the Dark. ?  1NGERSOLL RADIOLITES DO I.  One Model at $3.50  One Model at $4.75  Think of it���$3.50���(our hours work lor a.,  Radiolite Watch  ' W. M.   PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW        ���        ��� MANAGER KV'K FOUB  KELOWNA   RECORD  m  Thursday, March 11.1920  STYLISH  WAISTS  NOT only  are choice  Materials and harmonious Trimmings used in making  ���ur Waists and Ready-to-wear Garments, but the/ are also splendidly made, lt is  economy to buy (rom us, both because of the  "Up" Quality and the "Down" Prices.  Ladies' Jap Silk Waists  in   black,  white,  rose,  navy,  and  sky, with fancy  pearl button and plaited trimmings, special at $4.95  Ladies' Pongee Silk Waists  with   rose  and  cope collars, in a splendid wearing  quality, special at $4.95  Ladies' white Habutai Silk Waists  with  high or  low  convertible collars, priced from  $4.25 up to $9.75  Ladies' Crepe-de chene and  Georgette Waists  in all the latest new spring shades and styles, priced  from $5.75 up to $15  Boys' Wash Suits  in 2 to 6 years, in assorted colored stripes from $1 lo $1.50  Boys' White P.K. Wash Suits  in one and two-piece styles, from $2 up to %2.95  Ladies' and Misses' Fancy  Gingham Dresses  in sizes 14 to 20, with pique and (.sue collars, priced  up to $7.95  Misses' and Children's Fancy  Gingham Dresses  in sizes 2 to 14 years, priced from $1.75 to $7.25  Misses' and Children's white  Voile Dresses  with lace and ribbon trimming, priced $1.75 to $7.50  Ladies' and Misses' Middies  in sailor and smock styles, from $2.25 up to $6.50.  Some have fancy embroidery trimming  r  Children's Play Overalls  in pink and blue check gingham, fast colors, at $ I  and $1.25  Princess Slips  from 2 to 16 years  Ladies' Chemises  in white and pink  Ladies' Bloomers  in white end pink, elastic knee, at 90c and $1  Ladies' white wash Skirts  in pique and rep, from $3.95 to $5.50  Ladies' Tan wash Skirts  in Palm Beach cloth,'at $4.95  Another shipment of those  Stylish Spring Suits  For the Ladies  has just arrived from the mallei s. Come in. and see them.  The designs are exclusive and all are remarkable values.,  J. F. FUMERTON 8 CO,  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to Pay Cash." '  Dry Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Mornin|-9.20 and  I I        Afternoon-J and 5  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Bos 116  Opposite the CP.R. whari  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE, EXCLUSIVELY  The Lnyritz Properly on the Vernon road, 3 miles from Kelownn.  Good house with cement cellar,  good barn, few fruit trees and  balance in truck. Free water  for irrigation. All fenced. Price  lor one week only, $8,200 and  terms to suit purchaser.  For full purticulars apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per  cent, conrmis.  sion on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the home of G. E.  Sfcon, Marvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Measrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  6tl  or owner.  FOR SALE, quarter section on Trepanier  Creek. Quantity of timber and wood,  saw mill two miles away. Creek runs  through property. Cabin, stable. Apply Box 528, Kelowna. I-nil  HATCHING EGGS. Johnston's bred to  lay Buff Orpingto.is, $5 per setting of  15. Satisfaction guaranteed. Box 364,  or phone 3153. 14-8p  WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS from se  lected pen. Prize utility stock. $2.50  per seiting.   W. M. Todd, Box 446.  Auction  At lhe residence of  David Wardlaw  Corner of Richter and Cadder Avenue  Thursday, March 18  Oak extension Table 6 Dining Chaira  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 Sets  Medicine Cabinet Hammock  Office Stool          Brass Reading Lump  Edison Phonograph and Records  4 glass Lamps Rattan Chair  4 leather Suit Cases Wood Heater  McClarey steel Range Coal Heater  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 Washtubs  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  No Reserve. TERMS CASH.  Sale at 1.30 p.m.  TO RAISE FREIGHT RATES  Freight r��tes on ocean shipping  from Englacd wi.l be increased at  leasl 50 per cent, by a movement  now in progress, says the London  Times, in order to meet the high  cost of bunker coal. Coal in the  port of London this week will cost  about $39 a ton compared with  $3.50 to $4.50 before the war, the  newapaper aays. ���  G. W.Cunningham, Auctioneer  EGGS-Pure bred to lay White Wyan.  dot,tes, Adams-Solly strain, $3 torsetting  (15).   Phone 3201. 16-18  ANCONA HATCHING EGGS. Shepherd  strain. Great egg producers. Took all  prizes at Kelowna. $2.50 per 15 delivered in town. Apply S. M. Gore.   17-Gc  FOR SALE-One Planet Jr. Horse Culti-  vator, No. 8, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20 ; Two section  Harrow, complete, $12. These used  one season only   for  few days.   Apply  - Leckie Hardware, Ltd. 17 tf  FOR SALE, Tent, size 18 x  24.   Apply  P.O. Boa 471. 17-Op  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Single Man (or orchard work  (to live in). One who understands  spray engine preferred. Apply Bank-  head Orchard Co., Ltd. 15 tf  WANTED, three Carpenters at once. Ap.  ply Okanagan Building fir Trading Co.,  Ellis street. 17 tf  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, also one-year-old bay  horse colt, white atrip on face, white  feet. Both branded with amall D on  left front foot Reward for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland,  3tf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, Gents' Bicycle, good condition.  Apply Box 555, Kelowna. I7-Bp  TENDERS   FOR   AUDIT  Tenders will be received by the Kelowna Growers' Exchange not later than the  20th March, for Auditing the Books and  Accounts for the season 1920. Tenders  to be addressed to J. L. Macready.    l7-8p  Hatching Eggs  1 have a fine pen each  Barred Rocks, Silver Campines  Rose-combed White Leghorns  and will aell aittingsof 15 for $2  J. C. STOCKWELL  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  mm  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate* Furnished for all cU  of work  s  LIMITED  We have moved our store to  Corner of Bernard Ave.  and Ellis Street  where we have more store  room und much more storage.  We intend to extend our business and keep a fuller stock 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  We have a fine  Auction Yard & Covered  Storage  nnd' intend' having  Auctions  Every  Saturday Afternoon  All kir.da of goods bought for  cash   or   will arrange to conduct an auction for you.  's, Ltd.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.Q. Box 110  .St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Home Cured Bacon  We have a stock of especially fine Bacon on hand now,  which will please the* most  , fastidious.  Try some and be convinced.  The beat of BEEF. MUTTON.  PORK  and L'^IVIB alwaya on  hand.  Wa are now making deliveries  Three Times a Day  Veteran Meat Market  Phone   163  ��. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Post Office  PENDOZI SREET. Two-storey house,  8 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water,  lot 50 x 122, bam aad shad, root collar,  with electric light. Price $3,000 on  terms.   Reduction for all cash.  SUTHERLAND AVENUE - 2 j storey  house, 15 rooms, with full basement,  etc, fully modern, 4| acres in orchard  and garden. Furnace -hsated. Price  $10,000 on terms to be arranged.  GLENWOOD���3-roomed house and pan.  try, lot 50 x 120, woodshed. Price *850  cash.  LAKE AVENUE - 2-aten.y house, 6  rooms, with fdll basement, furnace  heated, open fireplace in dining room.  Price $5,500 on terms to  ba  arranged.  CADDER AVENUE ��� 7-roomed house,  verandah back and front, bathroom,  entrance hall and cellar. Price $3,000  on terma to be arranged.  HARVEY AVENUE, Two-storey house.  6 rooms, pantry, bathroom, has woodshed, stable, flic. One acre of land,  30 good bearing trees. Price $4,500 on  terms to be arranged.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KBLOWNA.  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -   70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2;  68c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  CULL APPLES  50c PER SACK  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  MAIN   WAREHOUSE  Get Your Harness Fixed Now  Don't wait till the rush start*.   Look your Harness over.   If it is  dry and inclined to crack, bring it to us and get it washed and  treated with PURE   NEA .SHOOT   OIL.    .This  pre-,  serves, waterproofs, and in fact, doubles the life of your harness.  BRING  US  YOUR ��� SHOE  REPAIRS,   TOO  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building -   . Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  AUCTION SALE  Having been inatructed I will sell all the Stock,  Farm Implements and Furniture of  F. H. Gilmour, East Kelowna (K.L.O.)  At I o'clock ���harp, on  Tuesday, March 23rd  Ford Car, with 6 good tires  Team Horses  Jersey Cow, fresh  Two.year-old Jeraey, pure bred  Adama Wagon and Box  2 Democrate       Set Heavy Sleighs  McCormick Mower  Deering Rake .  Disc Cultivator 2 Plows  Spring Tooth Hsrrow  5 ton Fruit Springs       Incubator  3 new Bicycles       Double Harness  Single Harness      Stock Saddle  5 tona Alfalfa, baled  Half ton Potatoes  15 Boxes Apples  Quantity Chicken Wire  Pruning Outfit       3 Cross-cut Saws  10 Barred Rock Pullets  Quantity Lumber and Fence Posts  Logging Chaina       Wire Stretcher  Garden Tools Carpenter Tools  3 Pipe Wrenches Tent  60 feet Garden Hose  Work Bench Wagon Cover  Oak Barrels and Kegs  Quantity empty sacks  Forks Shovels Rakes  Hoes Axes, flic.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  Oak Sideboard  Extension Dining Table and 6 chairs  Roll Top Writing Desk  Parlor Square, 9 a I0J  Bookcase and Books  Drophead Singer Sewing Machine  Aladdin Lamp       3 Table Lamps  Steel Range Coal Heater  4 Wood Heaters  Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs  2 Iron Beds, complete  Bureaux and Stands  Washer and Wringer  3 dozen Sealers      100 lbs. Beans  Quantity Sealed Fruit  Ice Cream Freexar  Dishes Glassware  All Kitchen Utensils  Winchester Repeating Rifle  Stevens Rifle, 22 calibre  Barrel Vinegar i  Many articles not mentioned.  ' No reserve as the ranch la aold.  TERNS   CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM   -   Auctioneer  -  ���MM

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