BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Kelowna Record Feb 20, 1913

Item Metadata


JSON: xkelownarec-1.0180810.json
JSON-LD: xkelownarec-1.0180810-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xkelownarec-1.0180810-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xkelownarec-1.0180810-rdf.json
Turtle: xkelownarec-1.0180810-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xkelownarec-1.0180810-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xkelownarec-1.0180810-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array Lfcwte".  tt&vb  VOL V.  NO. 13.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1913.  $1.50 Par Annum.  Meeting of  Board of Trade  City CoumJls-JgAglUy Meeting    ^^^Sa^^r^^aa^sP - -  Tha council held it* regular  meeting last Friday.  The correspondence included an  application from tha union of B. C.  Municipalities for the annual fee  of? 10.   This was ordered paid.  A letter wa* read from Dr. Boyce  in reference to the seating accommodation in the Opera House. He  {jointed out that tha chair* were  ooae and tha aide* not wide  ���nough.  The renewal of the policy in the  British Columbia Accident and  Employer'* Liability Insurance Co.  for the benefit of the Fire Brigade  wa* coneidered and a resolution  passed that the premium of $450  be paid.  The application of the police  magistrate for an increase of salary from |500 to $1,000 was then  taken up.  The finance committee reported  that they had made enquiries respecting tha salaries paid elsewhere. They had found that while  Kelowna wa* paying 40 per cent,  of the police court receipt*, no  place could be found paying higher than 20 per cent. Although this  might or might not be a good  criterion, the committee waa satisfied that the salary wa* high  enough at present. A resolution  wa* accordingly passed lhat the  ���alary be $500 a* before.  Mayor Jones announced that it  had been the intention of the council tor come time to make some  change in tha office work, *o as  to bring the position of city assessor and collector directly under the  control of the city clerk. They had  decided to recommend Mr. P. T.  Dunn for this office. This would  leave his position of assistant in  eharge of the Light and Waler  Dept. books vacant. Two applications had been received for this  position. One from Mr. R. II.  Bnchan of Whitewood, Sask., and  the ether from Mr. Fred Royle of  Kelowna,  Resolutions were passed appointing Mr. P. T. Dunn as city  assessor and collector, and Mr.  Fred Royle to the Light and Water  Dept., the latter at a aalary of $90  per month.  Aid. Sutherland commenting  upon tho appointment of a permanent eity assessor, stated that  last year tha work of assessment  had coat tha citv $500, and from  now on could not ba done for leas  than $600 or $700. And this was  for only about half of the work as  it slid not include transferring to  the assessment roll and sending  out notices. By having a permanent official in th�� eity office he  would be able to do considerable  other office work.  Mention wa* made of tha unsatisfactory way in which the scavenger wa* performing hi* duties,  the office being deluged with complaints, It wa* decided to take  action at once.  Aid. Sutherland stated that a new  by-law to raise further fund* for  water and light extension ' would  toon ba necessary.  Aid. Cosen* mentioned the large  amount of paper which was blowing about the street* just now.  Aid. Tavlor reported on hie visit  to Victoria as delegate to oppose  tha appliaation of the Okanagan  Telephone Co. for extension of  charter.  Aid. Sutherland stated that he  had been approached with reference to the moving of Willits'  building to the opposite corner. It  wa* found that the building would  have to overhang the sidewalk  ���even or eight inches.  A* the arrangement waa only a  temporary one the council decided  to raise no objection.  Standing Committees Appoint'  ed for the Year  The Board of Trade last Thursday evening held the first regular  meeting of the new year, president  A. W. Bowser in the chair.  The principal business of the  evening was the election of standing committees which had been  left over from the annual general  meeting held in January. The executive council had met in the  meantime, and hud decided to arrange for the election of several  new committees who would take  charge of the various phases of  work which came within the province of the Board of Trade.  The idea was, explained the president, to do as much of the preliminary nnd detail work involved  in the various matters which came  before the attention of the Board  as possible in committee, thus facilitating the work of the regular  general meetings and doing away  with much of the delay and tedious discussion which had hampered those meetings in the past.  Any suggestions or resolutions submitted by the members would first  be referred to the proper committee, and well considered before  buing placed before the Board.  The suggestions of the executive  council were contained in a repot t  read by the secretary, and included in it were names suggested by  the executive aa suitable members  of the various committees. The  members mentioned, said Mr,  Bowser, had been interviewed by  the executive with a view to ascertaining their willingness and ability  to give the time to the duties asked  of them. And it was lhe intention of the executive, added the  president, that in order to secure  the greatest efficiency, any member elected to a committee who  neglected to attend meetings  would be asked to resign and  someone else appointed in his  place.  The following were the standing committees elected:  PUBLICITY��� Messrs. Pangman.  DeHart, G. McKenzie and N. D.  McTavish.  FINANCE-Messrs. D. W. Sutherland, Benson and Rees,  HIGH WA YS-Messrs. J. W. Jones,  M. Hereron, Pooley and Elliott.  TRANSPORTATION & WATER-  WAYS���Messrs. F. S. Coates, D.  Leckie, and J. W. Jones.  INDUSTRIAL ��� Messrs. Ratten-  bury, DuMoulin, and Collett.  CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS-Mee.rs.  L. E. Taylor, H. H. Millie, F. S.  Coates and Dr. Dickson.  SETTLERS���Messrs. R. A. Cope-  land, C. C. Josselyn and R. F.  Morrison.  BUILDING-W. Haug, DeHart  and Calder.  Referring to the industrial committee, the president said that lhe  executive desired that more steps  be taken to secure and encourage  industries to locate in the city, an  important matter in the development of the city. He thought the  committee would be able to do  valuable work in thi* line.  The purpoie of the Building  Committee wa* to devise if possible, means of building or renting  suitable permanent premises for  the use of the Board of Trade.  Speaking ol this matter, Mr. S.  T. Elliott said he believed it was  the custom in most towns for the'  Board of Trade to be given quarters in the City Hall and as he understood that a scheme was on  foot to erect a Citv Hall for Kelowna, he thought the council  Ur. R. S. IfOnSon surprised should be approached 'vithaview  his friends by returning hom {i��� the Board being granted a room  this weak from a trip east with in that building,  a bride. Hera's long life and Aid. Sutherland, speaking on  happiness! I behalf of the council said, lhat  it  | waa their intention to go ahead  Mr. W. E. Tait, of Kamloops ihia 3'ear, if the debenture market  has rented the former shooting improved, with the erection of a  gallery premises, which ne is Cily Hall. Premises for the use  having remodelled, and will in 0f the Board of Trade had been  a few days open a first-class considered. It was probable lhat  boot and shoe store. Ur. F .' a small hall would be provided  Knapton is reserving a room at where the Board of Trade or any  tha rear for hia shot repairing other committee could hold their  htisiaasa. meeting*.  In view of this announcement  the president suggested that there  would be scarcely any need for  the committee but Dr. Dickson expressed the view lhat there would  be all lhe more need for such a  committee lo consult with the  council as to the provision of a  suitable room.  To the settlers' committee waa  delegated the task of receiving,  welcoming and when necessary  assisting new settlers coming into  the district.  Included in the correspondence  was the following letter from Mr.  R. H. Parkinson, addressed to the  secretary :���  Dear Sir,���As it aeema very probable  that the K. V. Railway will be in operation  between the boundary country and the  Okanagan valley by the end of thia coming summer. I beg to suggest that the  Board of Trade should use all its energy  and influence to have a railway depot and  cattle pena established at a suitable point  on the railway aa near as possible to  Okanagan Mission. The advantagea of  this proposal for ahipping hornet, or cattle  to and from the boundary or from the  prairie would be great and it would also  be of great benefit to passengera bound  for southern B.C. and Alberta or Spokane  from Kelowna.  Yours faithfully,  RICHARD H. PARKINSON.  Owing to the absence of Mr.  Parkinson, however, it was thought  better to leave the matter for an-  jther meeting.  The Kelowna Farmers' Exchange  submitted a resolution which had  been passed by them at a meeting,  on February 4th, asking for certain amendments to the Agricultural Associations Act, which the  president  explained   were to en-  ble the Farmers' Exchange to  take advantage of-the government's willingness to loan money  for the erection of a cold storage  plant.  Some ciiticism was levelled against the  resolution on accuunt of its being not  sufficiently explicit, and Mr. Pitcairn objected to statements in the preamble as 10  want of warehouse accommodation and  packing facilities. Mr. Pitcairn, however,  finally moved, seconded by Mr. Elliott,  that the resolution be endorsed. This was  carried. -  A change in the schedule of the C.P.R.  boat service about which there was considerable difference of opinion, was referred to th* transportation committee.  On the suggestion of Aid. Sutherland  ir was arranged that an effort be made to  have th* fire insurance rates reduced in  th* city in view of the much better fire-  fighting facilities which the city now possessed.  A long discussion upon the Board's  publicity programme for the year and the  proposed appointment of a publicity commissioner for the city waa introduced by  Mr, Elliott who moved ''That a committee  be appointed to wait upon the council at  the earliest possible date and ask for a  grant of not less than $5,000, and more if  possible."  The scheme to engage a publicity commissioner found an enthusiastic supporter  in Mr. R. B, Kerr, who spoke of the extensive advertising which other towns  were doing in comparison with Kelowna.  He contended thet tha district's fruit pro.  ducts should be better known to the consumer. Everything depended upon securing a ready sale snd reliable market. He  did not think the prairie market had been  sufficiently studied. One of the first duties  of a publicity commissioner should be to  visit the new towns which were opening  up on th* prairie. He could find out their  needs and make them acquainted with  Kelowna. H* could then come back and  make his information known to the farm*  This would be infinitely more valuable than mere boosting.  The Board by resolution expressed  themselves as strongly in favor of having  a publicity commissioner without delay  snd the publicity committee were instructed to investigate the matter and report.  Aid. Sutherland suggested that before  the committee waited upon the council  for a grant they should prepare a definite  programme ann estimates as waa done by  th* School Board and other bodies. The  council would then know better what to  do. He said there was a genera] opinion  abroad that the money voted laat year had  not been well spent by thc publicity committee. Thia might not be the fact, but  if some well-devised scheme were presented to the council such misunderstanding  would be avoided.  It was arranged that the finance committee and the publicity committee, accompanied by Mr. Kerr, ahould appear  before the council.  The delivery of express parcels, the  need of mail boxes in different parts of  the city, the tourist hotel scheme, the  condition of Mission Creek and the Kel-  owna-Naramata road, were other subjects  f discussion.  Mr. G. C, Rose brought up the daylight-  saving question again, with the following  resolution, which was passed t���  That the Kelowna Board of Trade  endorses the proposal to advance the preaent standard of time one hour from May  to September inclusive, and in this connection instructs the secretary to ask the  C.P.R. authorities as to the feasibility of  operating the Shuswap and Okanagan  system on mountain time."  Mr. R. B. Kerr spoke sgainat the scheme  which, he said, was strongly objected to  by contractors and working men who got  their best sleep in the cool hours of morn,  ing, and MrTT. G. Speer created witi-  amusement by a vigorous onslaught on  behalf of the country people who it appeared did not favor the idea, which, sail1  Mr. Speer, was only for the conveniens  of" a bunch of sport*."  Mission Creer\ and  Benvoulin Notes  (From our own corrsspondant)  The Benvoulin Literary Society  met at the home of Mr. and Mra  Grummett last Friday evening.  Those present had (he pleasure of  hearing some of the younger members of the society debate on,  " Resolved, that Summer Amusements are More Enjoyable than  Winter Amusements." The affirmative side was led by Chas. Reid,  supported by Sylvia Weeks and  Jean Murray, the negative being  led bv Mr. Clifford Scott, supported by Beryl Grummett and Jennie  Stephens. The judges gave their  decision in favor of the affirmative  side by one point.  There was also a debate on,  "Resolved, that Country Life is  More Conducive to Health, Wealth  and Happiness than City Life."  The affirmative side was led by  Miss L. Munson, supported by  Miss L. Patterson and Ewnrt Patterson, the negative hy Misa M.  Day, supported by Mias E. Patterson and Miss R. Reed. The judge's  decision was in favor of the affirmative side by three points. Both  debates proved vety interesting  and all hope lo hear more of ihem  in the future.  Mr. Wm. Patterson left Monday  morning for Vancouver to attend,  as a delegate, the meeting of the  Orange Grand Lodge being held  there this week.  At the Methodist cliurcli Ep-  worlh League last Monday night,  llie mock parliament discussed the  importantproblem of "Government  Ownership of Public Utilities," a  bill introduced by the " government " being passed by a large  majority. Next Monday the Rev.  Wm. Vance   will   give  a   talk on  Heroism," the meeting being in  charge of the civic department.   -���  The Ladies' Hospital Aid will  meet on Monday the 24th, at the  home of Mrs. Blackwood, at 3 p.m.  Kelowna lodge, Loyal Order of  Mooae, will be instituted with a  class of over 100 members in the  Raymer Small Hall, on Friday  evening, February 21. This meeting will be the closing of their  charter, after which the fee will be  raised from $5 to $25. Those who  desire to join before that night will  please call at the organizer's headquarters, Lakeview Hotel.  The merchants and shipowners  of Cardiff, from which point the  " Terra Nova " sailed for the Antartic, are arranging to erect a statue  to Captain Scott.  " The Canadian Navy " ia to be  the subject of a debate at the Presbyterian Y.P.S. on Monday evening next, The Laurier policy is to  be supported by Messrs. L. V.  Rogers and A. R. Lord, and the  Borden proposal by Measis. C.  Fulton and R. B. Kerr.  A Norwegian railway navvy fell  into the lake off the Summerland  wharf last Wednesday as the  " Okanagan" arrived, and was  drowned before he could be rescued. He had formerly been a  fisherman and was a good swimmer, but he was too drunk at the  time to help himself.  Methodist Bible Class  Holds Annual Meeting  The Adult Bible Class of lhe  Methodist church held their annual  general business meeting at the  home of Mr. W. Hunter, Tuesday  evening. There was an excellent  muster of the members, and the  secretary-treasurer's report told of  progress on every hand, the class  now being in a flourishing condition. Business dealing with the  past year's work having been  transacted, the election of officers  for the ensuing year was proceeded with, resulting as printed below.  Later in the evening the friends  were entertained by Mrs. Hunter  and daughter, refreshments being  disponsed.  President-Mr. W. James  Vice-Pres.-Mr. W. E. At ams  Leader-Mr. T. E. Coope t  Sec.-Treas.-Miss Storey  Okanagan Centre  and Woods Lake  (From our own corrtepondeiit)  Mr. and Mrs. F. Waller, who  spent the first half of the winter at  the home of Mr. E. J. McCarthy,  have left for Vernon, where they  will take up residence.  Mr. T. F. Valentine, who  number of years ago conducted a  half-way house at the I 7f)-mile  post on the old Mission road be.  tween Vernon and Kelowna, ia  staying at the Grand View Hotel,  Okanagan Centre.  Miss Scott-Coward arrived re.  cently to lake charge of the Okanagan Centre school, the former  teacher, Miss F. Wenlworth, B.A.,  who has taught for the paat twelve  months, haaing left for England.  Miss Scolt-Coward is a cousin of  Mr. J. P. Stokes, of Woods lake  and comes from England,  The party of C.N.R. surveyors  staying in the old McClure resid  ence, organized a hockey team  and have played two successful  games with Oyama, They expect  to play a match wilh the Vernon  team on Long lake, near the Rev.  Deapard's residence.  Mr. and Mrs. Horsnell had an  anxious time last Sunday, when  their little baby boy lay near  death's door, having a serious  attack of bronchitis. We are glad  to be able to state that the little  one is now out of danger and well  on the way to recovery.  Good headway is being made  wilh lhe rock work along Woods  lake by the government road men  in charge of Mr. G. M. Wall, a  half-mile of solid rock protection  wall having been built, and several  of the severest turns have been  eased appreciably and the road  bed widened lo twenty feet.  . Mr. M. P. Williams has now  harvested some five tons of ice for  his use this summer and has still  four tons yet to put up. The ice  is not so thick as last year being  only eleven inches, but it ia of a  good quality. Several smaller lots  have been put up by a number of  people in the district.  The annual bachelor*' ball took  place on the 3rd inst., at the Grand  View Hotel. This most enjoyable  affair passed off without a flaw,  and the bachelors are loud in their  praise of the appreciable hospitality on the part of Mrs. Rheam, the  proprietress, by whom the ball  was given.  The past week has been noted  for a rapid rise in the temperature  and a downpour of rain which has  taken a large portion of the tnow  away, and many bare place* are  now to be seen everywhere. It  has done away with the sleighing  on parts of the roads, so that  travelling is equally practicable  with runners or wheels.  We understand that our local  pierrot troupe have had invitations  to appear in both Vernon and  Kelowna and that these invitations  will most likely be accepted at the  close of the Lent season. It speaks  very highly for the order of entertainment put on by our local talent  and we bespeak !for Vernon and  Kelowna audiences something that  will be greatly appreciated by  them.  Messrs. S. Jones and }���'.���  Bready have almost finished a  contract for cutting and delivering 6o cords of four foot wood  for the 0. K. Canning Co  at Okanagan Centre, the tliaw  having made it difficult to get.  the last few loads down. This  wood was secured in a favor-1  able location on the property of  the Okanagan Valley Land Co., I  alongside the new reservoir road,  out in by tne government roadi  men Inst fall.  On Wednesday evening, the  12th inst.- a very interesting!  lecture was given in thc West-  bury Hal by W. H. Robertson'  on "Sprays," which included a  reference to fungus, insects, gar  den pests, the latter being the  turnip fly, green aphis, and cut  worm. Upon the conclusion of  Mr. Robertson's lecture, an address was delivered by Mr. Forsyth Smith, market com is-  sioner for the province, who inj  Rutland News  (From vat earn sorrsasaaaaat)  The usual Church of England  services wil be held on Sunday  afternoon next in the school-  room at 3 o'clock.  A. Loosemora reiumaai *��  Wednesday from kw nietar Iwl-  lday in Englani,  Mr. and Mrs. W. Fleming art  enjoying a short visit to the  coast.  Will Quigley arrived frost  Brandon, Man., last week, having spent a pleasant holiday  there with friends. His brother Gus returned with him.  The Rev. J, P. Westman,  travelling secretary of the Ep-  worth Leagues, ^ave an illustrated lecture on Tuesday night  at the Methodist church. A  large crowd turned out and enjoyed the very interesting talk  on the "holiday" schools being  formed to afford recreation and  tuition for Sunday School  teachers.  Mr. J. Gibb is in charge of  the Packing School. A full  attendance was expected, but,  owing to a misunderstanding  only four are taking advantage  of this important instruction.  The others were expecting night  sessions.  The lectures given by the experts of the Dept. of Agriculture were well attended and th*  local Institute officials hope  that every Rutlander will take  advantage of the email yearly  their names placed on the mailing list of the Dept. Mr. John  Woolsey can supply the membership cards.  Mr. A. W. Barber left Monday  for 11 short visit to Vancouver,.  Alwyn Weddell ha* been appointed assistant to Mr. A E. Boyer  in the customs office.  Mr. M. W. Russell, ranch manager for the Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., left thi* week for  North Yakima to superintend the  shipment of nursery stock for the  coming season. It i* anticipated  that the company will superintend  the planting of some 500 acre*  this year.  Mr. Hehner has just told hi*  ranch between Bear Creek and  Westbank to Mr. J. H. Kilson, formerly of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Mr.  Kitson ha* been in the Okanagan  for some time and intended settling further up the valley, hut h*  was to impressed with tha paasi-  bilitiea of the west side that he  purchased Mr. Hehner's house  and 80-acre ranch.  an able and convincing way,  showed thc reason why market  conditions the past year had  been so disappointing to the  fanner and fruitgrower, nnd  gave his conclusions, based upon  extensive travel and enquiry into market conditions on both  sides of the line, for the betterment of prices in this and following years. Mr. Thorn'oer  also gave an address upon the  cultivation of orchards, particularly in respect of fertility and  spoke in a very interesting and  instructive way upon the causes  of winter injury to fruit trees of  which he said that there were row  some twenty-three. On the afternoon of the following day (Thura  day), a pruni. g demonstration was  given by Mr. Thornber in lhe  Rainbow orchard. In the evening  a lecture was given by Ben Hoy  upon Pruning which was illustrated by slereoi ticon views put upon  canvas by Mr. W. H. Brittair,  It is reported that the application  to the government by the Okanngan Telephone Co. for an amendment to their charter to allow them  to construct and operate a telegraph  system in the valley has been  rejected.  Births  LONGLEY.-On February 14th  lo the wife of Mr. W. Longley, a  son.  MILLER���On February I6h, te  the wife of Jas. Miller, a son. KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, February 20  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Puhlished every Thursday at the Office,  Kelowna. B.C.  /MX LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To United States $2.00 per annum.  Advertising 'ales upon application.  Meeting of Board of  School Trustees  lhe Board of School Trustees  met Monday lasl in the office of  llie new secretary. Mr. N. D. Mc-  l ,ivii.i>. There wns a lull attendance of trustees.  The following Idler was read  from Mr. A. Robinson, the provii-  cial superintendent of education,  addressed to lhe Kelowna Board  of School Trustees : " As a result  nt al, interview between Mayor  Jones of Kelowna, and lhe Minister of Education, I have been instructed to write you to the effeit  thai lhe government has placed lo  l!ie credil of your Board an add:-  ttonal sum o( $10,000, such grat.t  In be available on (lie 1st April,  1913. Thii additional grant has  been placed l y tin ere i for lhe  purpose ol aiding you in the construction of the public school al  Kelownn, the expense of which  building, I am informed, very male ially exceeded lhe expectation  of your Board."  The secretary was instructed to  write expressing lhe lhanks of the  Board for thn additional assistance.  A member of thc teaching staff,  Miss McCool, applied for permission lo leave at once owing to lhe  i Iness of her mother. The Board  promised to take steps at once to  ���ilitain a substitute so ns to release  Miss McCool.  Some discussion arose over the  claim of one of the teachers for a  full month's salary, she having  been abseil b portion of the month.  As lhe Board had obtained and  paid a subililute to take the dittirs  nf the room during her absence  lliey did nut think her claim justified, aid the Sup r'l tendetit of  Lducalion having been written lo  he hnd nlso taken this view. The  matter was eventually referred lo  Mr. Lawaon to adjust.  The   following   accounts   were  passed (or payment:���  P.-IIV ('ash  Drlslrish At I I.mini;-  Brick Long Used in  Construction  It is Considered the Aristocrat  of all Building Materials  with the word home���permanency  hospitality, warmth, comfort,  beauty. And brick has that rare  and wonderful characteristic which  is said to distinguish the elect  among womankind���it grows old  beautifully.  In a building it is nol possible to  have real beauty wilhout strength.  1 he eye cannot be thoroughly satisfied, if in the mind luiks the consciousness that the architect's creation is to be vanquished in the  ba'tle with 1 inie. Time is power-  'ess to mar the beauty   or  to  sap  Aristocrat of Imilding materials is brick. Il has it known  pedigree which goes back to the  day, more than three thousand  years before Christ, when the  Assyrians reared their terraced  temples and palaces in Welt- ihV.wenglh'oI brick.''Generations  era Asia. In Ur of the Cltal- may c01l��� ancj g0) but the sturdy  dees, whence Abraham went In- brick wall* of the homestead sin*  to the land of Canaan, in Nine- on Bnclc may reach a venerable  veh. in Babylon, the important 0|,J age but it never reachrs the  buildings were made of brick.     ��,,te of decrepitude.   Brick comes  Great masters of architecture from lhe bo*om of Mother Earth  had established ideals of jn the form of plastic clay; it is  beauty in brick centuries before! hardened by the most powerful  the Greeks perfected the Btruc-| agent known in the world���fire,  ture of marble and stone. And and is proof against lhe lutilur ut-  the simple block of burned clayI tacks of (ire; it defies wind and  has held its place through the rain; il is as enduring as earth  ages, ever appearing in centres'i'self.  where the art and taste of the To be a success ni-.y woik ol art  world have taken up their head must have individuality, character.  0 K. Lumher Co. - - - ?A  The McKenzie Co. - - - - I 50  Mnrrison-Thompson Co. - - - 6 90  M ix Jenkins Co. ... - 75  D Leckie, coal - - - - 70 56  C >y, light, water and acavengintf -  14 00  The preparation of the year's  estimates for presentation to the  eity council waa discussed and  Messrs. Trench, McKenzie and  Bipger were appointed for the  purpose.  It was also decided that in view  01 lhe prospect of many important  matters for consideration during  the vear, that meeting* ahould be  held weekly, the time arranged bent; 5 p.m., Tuesday.  The question nf irregular attend-  am e on the part of some of the  scholars waa bIbo discussed, and  it was thought that a truant officer  was necessary to see that scholars  attended. The chairman was  asked to interview the police commissioners wilh a view to having  the chief of police act in this capacity.  Several letters regarding materials and supplies for lhe new  school building were referred to  the contractors.  quarters. We are told by historians that, after Rome yielded  its supremacy lo Byzantium,  brick came lo the front, after  a period of partial eclipse, and  assumed the importance which  it has been able to claim ever  since.  It is natural that the old  world should know more about  brick, appreciate more clearly  its infinite possibilities than  does America. Europe has  been a land of brick houses for  liumlrede of years; America is  only just begginning to emerge  from the "wooden age." Many  a traveller has returned from  abroad with tales of the picturesque homes of England,  cinite unaware that the underlying cause of their charm was  in the material���solid, dignified brick, the appeal of which  sunshine and storm.  Charles Thompson Matthews,  author of "The Story of Architecture," says lhat "roughly  defined, architecture is the arl  of ornamental construction;  not ornamental iu the sense of  iecorated, but in the harmonious distribution of mass, in the  convincing beauty of proportion." The same standard applies lu the modest home as to  the vast public library or com t-  . 25 oofnouse. "Convincing beauty is  4 001 not a matter of money.     Per-  Succeitful Year at Salmon  Arm Farmers' Exchange  Mr. G. G. Barber, manager of  the Salmon Arm Farmers' Exchange, is spending a few weeks  in lhe city. Mr. Barber slates that  the exchange at Salmon Arm had  a very prosperous year, having  handled almost four times as much  business as in any former year;  they also erected and equipped  one of the most up-to-date shipping warehouses to be found in  the upper country, and closed the  season by paying their shareholder* sixteen per cent, in dividends.  The Exchange al that point has  185 shareholders, and they aie so  well satisfied with the outcome of  the season and the prospects lor  the future that they voted unanimously again** affiliating with any  central selling organization for the  present.  Mr. Barber has a standing offer  of a handsome increase in salary  to take charge of the Salmon Arm  Exchange for the coming season,  but ha* not yet decided as he has  considerable property interests in  Kelowna and vicinity that demand hi* attention.  feet taste taste and the the perfect material can be put into a  S-|ooo or $5000 home as well a 1  into thc millionaire's pahm-.  Is there anyone who has tun  been fortunate enough to see,  at some time in his life, a little  brick house that appealed tu  him as being all that it should  be, an ideal companion for tin-  trees and the grass and the  hills around���a little house that  cost no more than the gate  lodge of *ome expensive and glai-1 for a home of brick ; he mav have  ing   'villa?"  Brick is the material lhat stir,  ceeds, a* none other can, in adapting itself to the wants of the  man wilh good taste and a moderate income. In the house built on  a proper plan, it suggests all lhe  qualities that should be associated  il if he wants it. And he will want  nothing else if he studies the  course of present dny thought in  architecture���if he learns what the  leading architects and builders of  the world consider the most beautiful, the most permanent, the most  economical of all material*.  Kelowna Opera House  Friday, February 28th,  At 8.30 p.m.  Sherman and Aylesworth  present the great play of intense human interest  The Rosary  Reserved Seats, $ 1   Gen. Admis., 7 5c.  Advance booking at Crawford's store  LENT is the Time for  ��� Fish���  The painter produces his effects  by combining colors. Earh primary color is a unit, and the mixture  and application of these colors  make possible a limitless number  of combinations. So it is wilh biick  The number and variely of units  give full play to the talents ol lhe  architect. He usrs them as an  atlist uses his paints. He can pio-  cure h house with rharac ter.  S nee the day when -lhe Assj i-  iaus were in their glory, he inventive genius of man has wrought  great improvements in brick. Nowadays il is lurried out ol lhe kiln  in nearlv every color and shade,  in every degree of coarseness and  fineness. It dams a river, it paves  a street, il forms the walls ol a  factory, it adorns the inside as well  as the outside of a home.  There was once a time when  the mortar joint was regarded as  an unwholesome necessity, bul  lhal lime is passed. Mi.dein arl  has shown lhat moitnr ran be  made a valuable ally in atlninint;  lhe ultimate object, beatily. Wilh  iheir units of many colors, lhe  art hilt rt and clever brick-worker  create a surface which has the  look of a skilfully woven fabric.  Thus the bonding together of brick  permits of varied effects in what  the architect calls " texture."  Brick has such a quality of humanity as clings lo no other substance that goes into the making  of a houae. There is always the  knowledge that here is the work  of human hands���lhat every piece  wns made by man and put into  plucr by man. The effeel produced by man's harmonious arrangement of his many units, is one of  tasting vitality.  Il mav be taken for granted thnt  ninny a home builder hns passed  brck because of nvslnken ideas  about its cost. In these days there  is no reisr n for nny mnn who is  I planning to build, to yearn in vain  and buyers of Quality have a particular  desire for GOOD FISH  Thistle brand  Cod Fish, 2-lb bricks 35c.  Horse Shoe Salmon 30c.  Smoked Haddie 20c.  Morton's Herrings 20c.  Smoked Kippers (lb.) 15c.  Smoked Kippers snij I laddie fresh every Saturday  =t���-a i ��� ���  Holly brook Eggs, 55c. dozen  New Zealand Butter, 45c. per ib.  On hand all the time  Saturday Specials:  Ogilvies' Royal Household Flour  98-lb. sacks, J3.75    -   ���    49-lb. sacks, $1.80  Special note:  Sugar has declined to $7.25 per 100 lbs. ;  $1.50 per 20 Ib*.  Make the Hens Lay���Feed Them  WHEAT-125 lbs. $2.00  OYSTERSHELL-6 lbs. 25c.  GROUND BONE-5c. per Ib.  BEEF SCRAPS-4 lbs. 25c.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  THE PIONEERS OF SATISFACTION  'Phone   "   22 'Phone   -   22  Gaddes-McTavish  limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  Phone 217  Leckie Block  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in tha Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendoii Street,   ���   K*lowna  ��a^��j'%*Si*'^S,^^*^\^V,/V\^��|av>/��V"��/N^  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plan* and Estimate* Furniibed  Residence,   10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONEM  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  A*ent (or th*  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone i No. 103  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kind* of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scow*  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered ler  To All Parts of ths Lake  FOR QUICK SALE  $200 cash will handle one-third acre on  Harvey avenue.   Beet toil on townsite.  $500 cash will handle one-third acre  adjoining above with cottage containing  two bedrooms, parlor, living room, bath  room, pantry and outbuilding! ; electric  light, city water and plumbing. Balance  at rent or to suit purchaaer,  $2,500 cash will handle large house on  Glenn avenue, containing reception room,  parlor, dining room, large kitchen, 6 bed-  roomi with clothei closets, linen closet,  bath room, basement (ull size of house ;  ���team heated, electric light, telephone,  plumbing ; chicken house, woodshed, 2-  ���tall stable, garage with loft over and ona  acre of land in bearing treet. Balance to  auit purchaaer.  Tha furniture of above house will be  for sale after March Ist, Alto 1 galvanized  iron tank. 6-ft. by 7-ft ; I I-h.p. Jack Junior gasoline engine ; I model 10 McLaughlin-Brick automobile; 1 No, 9 cook stove.  $500 cash will handle i-acre in bearing  fruit trees, small cottage and outbuildings,  on Glenn avenue. Balance to suit purchaaer.   Apply to  E. NEWBY  GLENN AVENUE.  'Phone 76  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRy  ���HSras3Es**aSBnns��nsaK  Leaves Kelowa* t a.m., S.M p.m.  Leaves Wtitbaak 9.30 a.m., 4 p.rn.1  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelown* 11 a.m.  Leave. Weilb.sk 11.30 *.���.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone No. 108  -*����������� ��� ���������f*ii"i~��~irmn.tft_n.rij irinnf  'Phone 238  P.O. Boa \2[  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR  Plena.   Specifications   snd   Estimates  Furnished  Buildin* of every description   undertaken In Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  Ac Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a apecialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and  satisfaction  guaranteed  W. C. A1TKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans end Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6. Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Boa SI I Thufsdatj, February :>0  KEI/OWNA RECORD  "FIVE  ROSES  FLOUR"  A product with a reputation  o<  Also All Kind) of  POULTRY FEED  Prompt Delivery to all parts of the City  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phon* 130  4Hau ah*, /ivtf eofr- w*S& J/��v  Z��Zm.4~  home lovels:-  when uou luu uouh tfubnituU  tome to the stoie that keeps up-  to-date, spiders do not Suild  mis on ou\ iuhrnituke^ Seeau^e vn  make ouK piites \easonaMe and  sell ouk foods jast.  ou\ 4ubnUube is sfoonf^ it mil  last a life-time.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Home, Happy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (SstweanPreskrtsrienfcnewEnillsli churches)  CUTFLOWERS   LETTUCE  Orders taken (or  TOMATO, CABBAGE  and BEDDING PLANTS  Eaajli.h Ross Trees and Climbers  A leajs aseaaaaeat will arrive ia she spriaa  PALMER ft R0GERS0N-Boi 117  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  To Advertise the District  Tlie Bureau of Provincial Information has issued a circular lettei  soliciting information in a short  concise form from the successful  ranchers and farmers of this locality. Communications submitted  should show how, from small beginnings, residents have established comfortable homes and are  making fair profits on iheir capital  and exerlions. It is inlended to  use such information in the immigration bulletins and^ pamphlets  published by the dominion and  provincial authorities,.  To those .who have lhe interests  of the immediate neighbourhood  at heart the secretary of the bureau  states that any letter sent in should  give the writer's previous occupation, date of arrival in B.C., as well  as what he has accomplished.  All such letters should be addressed to the secretary of the  Farmers' Institute, Kelowna. The  rate of progress of the vicinity  compared with that of surrounding  points depends upon the efficient  and reliable advertising effected  by those who have already " made  good."  For British Columbia the C.P.R.  are planning to establish a new  and larger transcontinental train  service. This service may be increased from three (rains as it is  today to five a day. This will  mean that there will be five trains  each way a day.  OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Ferry, Summerland���- East Summerland, Okanagan Lake  IN eccordance wilh chapter 78, R.S B.C..  1897, " Ferries Act," the Government ot  British Columbia invite applications for a  charter for a ferry to ply between Summerland and a point on the opposite aide  of Okanagan Lake known aa East Summerland, a distance of about two miles  and three.quatere.  Applications will be received up lo I '  o'clock noon, Tuesday, 4th March, 1913.  1 lit* charter will cover a period expiring  on lhe 31st March, 1915.  The ferry shall make two trips each  way every day, weather permitting.  Applications shall give a description of  the vessel or vessels it ia proposed to use,  which must conform in all respects to the  requirements of the "Canada Shipping  Act "and amending Act.  Applications shall state the tolls it ia  propoaed to ask for- -  Each adult paasenger.  Each child (not in arms) under 13 yeara.  Each head of cattle, horse, mule or  donkey, Ate.  Each calf, sheep, goat or awine, fee.  Each vehicle with one horse and driver.  Each cart or wagon with one horae and  driver, loaded.  Each vehicle with two horaes and driver,  unloaded.  Each vehicle with two horaes and driver,  loaded.  Each parcel of 25 Iba. and under.  Freight, per 100 lbs. and under, non-  perishable goods.  Freight, per 100 lba. and under, perishable goods.  To the successful applicant the Government of Britiah Columbia will pay at the  expiration of every three months of satisfactory service the sum of two hundred  and fifty ($250) dollars.  Tha Government of British Columbia ia  not necessarily bound to accept any application submitted.  J. E. GRIFFITH.  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C.. I Ith February. 1913.     4  Women's Question  in British Colombia  Petition Presented Before  Government  The petition asking for the extension of the franchise to women  was presented on Friday, February  Nth, when the premier Sir R.  McBride and other ministers received a depulalion of fifty Indies  representing most of the towns of  the province. The petition contained 10,000 signatures and was  supported by speeches from Mrs.  Gordon Grant, Miss Dorothy Davies, and Mrs. Philip Tuckwell, of  New Westminster. Kelowna was  represented by two young ladies  as proxies, Miss Mary Rudd and  Miss Myrtle Noble.  Sir Richard in his reply testified  to the splendid efforts put forth  and the weight of the petition presented and also to the lucidity and  directness with which the women's  case had been stated, and the acquaintance with parliamentary  procedure shown. He promised  to declare on the following Tuesday or Wednesday what the intentions of lhe ministry would be,  as to including this question in  their policy. He also referred to  the hill of Mr. Place, the member  for Nanaimo, already announced,  as a means of bringing lhe claim  of the women before the house if  the ministry should decide against  the introduction by the government of this measure. Mr. Place  had stated lhat if the government  should decide to introduce this  legislation he would withdraw his  bill.    Moote to Locate   School at  Aurora  Chicago, III., Feb. 7th, I9I3:-A  $1,000,000 industrial and educa-  tional institution will be established  on the Brookline and Van Nokia ick farms, near Aurora, III., by  lhe Loyal Order of Moose, accord  ing to action of the trustees of the  order at a meeting in the Hotel La  Salle yesterday afternoon. The  purpose of the school is to provide  industrial education for orphans  and poor children, whose parents  are or were members of the order,  without expense, and to give them  a practical education in all trades  and also in scientific farming.  I The order has voted $6,000,000  for establishing and conducting  the school.  The order was founded in Louisville, Ky��� in 1888, and now certifies  to a membership of more than  500,000 in the United States and  Canada.  Aurora was chosen for the industrial institution owing to its  central location.  A public meeting of graingrow-  ers at Saskatoon last week, unanimously passed a vote in favor of  woman suffrage.  In getting your eyes suited, demand ability, reliability and above  all demand experience. Dr. S. L.  Taube, of the Taube Optical Co.  of Calgary and Vancouver, who  has had forty-two years experience  in the profession, will be at W. R.  Trench's Drug Store, Kelowna, on  Wednesday, March 5th. If there  is anything wrong with your eyesight, don't fail to consult him.  Make your appointment early as  you may need a second examination. All work absolutely guaranteed as tested.���Advt. 13.14  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -  $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -  $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.  ilrpjio;  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doers, Wimievwa,  Moulding!, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  WILSON-HILL LAND CO.  NEAR ROYAL HOTEL.  Financial Experts and  Real Estate Brokers.  The Glen Subdivision.   Every lot a bearing orchard.  The most desirable residential property in lhe city.  Call at our office and have a talk about the price and terms  on this property.  The sure money-making proposition of 1913.  ���  MANAGERS;  ALLAN WILSON      GEORGE HILL.  NOW  is the time  to list  Your  Property  ith  witn  II  We have the Buyers  KELOWNA & KAMLOOPS  Raymer Block  Manager:  H. G. DEE  'Phone - 231  H  I  C  K  S  Look  for  the  Sign  and  don't let  your   money  slip   through   your   pocket.  Pay cash for your  Clothing  and Furnishings  and stop the leak  H. F. HICKS  Water Street (lit Block North)  Near Bank ol Montreal  PRINTING >-  RECORD OFFICE-  SATISFACTION  WOODEN culverts are unsightly, dangerous,  expensive, shortlived.  Which kind of a culvert  does your waggon cross ?  DOI'.S tile road you use pass over rickety,  dangerous wooden culverts, that are constantly in need of repairs and often washed  away entirely ?  Or is if carried safely across the low  places by modern, cverlastinuculverls?   Build your  CULVERTS OF CONCRETE  which not  only cannot be  washed  away, but  actually crow stronger with age and use.  Every farmer owes it to himself to insist thnt the  money he pays for road-taxes he spent to tlie hest advantage. As A ratepayer, he is entitled to the best roads that  CM be made with that money. When culverts are washed  out, and the road rendered impassable, he not only suffers  inconvenience but may also be Paused financial loss by  inability to pet necessary supplies in time for spring planting. And at best, with wooden culverts, part of the money  that shoulrH be used to make better roads must he spent  every year for repairs.  Insist upon Concrete. Culverts  It will pay you and everybody else in your county.  Canada Cement Company Limited  SOS Herald Building, Montreal  T ET Ul irml you a  copy ot our free  book, " What the  Farmer Can DO  With amenta."  TP you wsnt to know  more about Concrete  Culvert,, write our  Int. rm nil on Department.  /  .-������'A  '/,  ��ONCRETE  culverts are  neat, safe, need no  repairs, and are  ever-1 KS&QWNA KiECORD  Thursday, Pebrimrtj. 2��  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED,  Nursery Stock  For Sale  Wealthy  Cox'a Orange Pippin  Mcintosh Red  Northern Spy  Winesap  Jonathan  Spitzenberg  Wagner  Transcendent Crabs  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  Boussock  Cornice  D'Anjou  CALL OR IVRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  Every variety of the finest  carpenters' tools carried at this  ���tore. We have long specialized in this kind  of hardware and our reputation for it it our  best testimonial. Come in to-day and look around.  If we do not have what you want no harm will be done  L  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Okanagan Mission Property  Nicely wooded lake shore lots, about one-third of  an acre, situated two miles from city snd close to  the new lake shore road.  Price $325, on very easy terms  Price of any lots unspoken for will be raised on March 1st  Apply to owner, H. B. D. LYSONS, Kelowna,  or to agent,  R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  Telephone    -    L I  Mi. Dalglieh will be pleased (o ahow the properly at any time to inquirers.  Also some good Five and Ten-Acre Lois of Fruit  Land at Okanagan Mission  Town and Country  Mr. F. C. Knight, yvW has been  visiting in town, left for Winnipeg  by Saturday's boat.  Dr. Knox is at present on a  short visit to Halcyon Hot Springs.  Mr. Staples, of Treherne, Man ,  is on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.  Leslie Dilworth.  Mr. R. B. Kerr ia to address lhe  Brotherhood Sunday, his subject  being "The Remedy for Poverty."  Ladies are specially invited to this  meeting.  Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Davy wish  to thank the many kind friends for  their sympathy and help during  the late Mrs. Jas. Copeland's illnes".  Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Bird entertained a large gathering of friends  at their house yesterday, the occasion being the second anniversary  of their wedding.  After a clean, fast game the  Kelowna "speed artists" again  suffered defeat against Penticton  at the rink last Thursday afternoon,  the score being 6 goals to 4.  A talent tea is being held by  the members of Miss Knight's  class at the home of Mrs. J. Curts,  on Saturday next, from 4 to 6 p.m.  The proceeds are in aid of missions.  The Kelowna Irrigation Co. will  shortly be starting a construction  r.nmp at the north end of Glenmore  for the purpose of extending their  lislributing system over several  mndred acre* of land. The work  will be in charge of Messrs. Canavan & Mitchell.  The Epworth League of the  Methodist church had what will  probably be the last sleighing party  of the season last Friday evening,  the destination being Mrs. Dil-  worth's, where a social evening  was thoroughly enjoyed by lhe  large crowd of friends who attended.    A programme wos rendered.  Mr. R. Horner has taken lhe  post of teller at lhe Royal bank  this week, having been moved  from lhe South Vancouver branch.  He is filling the vacancy caused  by the retirement of Mr. H. Wliillis,  who has taken a position with  Gaddes-McTavish, Ltd.  The Rev. Mr. J. P. Westmsn, the  travelling secretary for Methodist  Sunday - schools and Epworth  Leogues, is in town this week and  speaking to the Epworth League  on their work on Wedneaday night  and to-night to the Sunday-school  and vonng people of the church.  The lectures will be illustrated  with lantern views. A round table  lalk will also be held at 3.30 this  afternoon.  The Baptist church Y.P.S. held  a social evening in the church on  Mondnv.as is usual on these occ��  sions the place being filled with  young people bent on having  good time. A ralher novel feature  of lhe programme was a debate  (whir h was voted for in the affirmative by a strong majority)���" Re  solved lhat Women are Far More  Extravagant than Men."  The Kelowna Study Club held  a social last Thursday at the home  of Mrs. Capt. Knight. The programme was opened wilh an  address by Mayor Jones, whioh  was followed by some excellent  music. A contest on Canadian  authors resulted in Miss K. Fuller-  Ion and Mr. G. Robison taking  prizes.  The Rev. C. H. Hueslis, M.A.  secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, stayed in town over the  week-end, and spoke in the Presbyterian church in the morning,  addressing the Kelowna Brotherhood on "The Contribution of  Modern Thought to Religion,"  and in the evening conducting the  worship in the Methodist church.  After the service a meeting was  held with the view of organizing  a branch executive of the L.D.A.,  and the following gentlemen were  lected: Preeident, Mr. H. D.  Riggs, Sec.-Treaa., Mr. T. Cooper,  Mr. G. MacKenzie, a representative fiom the English church, until  now unchosen, and the combined  clergy of the churches. The people  of Kelowna subscribed $ 135 to the  funds of the project.  Thermometers  We are h aad quarters for  correct Thermorrtoten.  Our maximum nnd minimum tt  $2.25  are guaranteed  J. B. KNOWLES  Jewels, aaal Optician  Bernard Ave.    -     Kelowna,  PROFESSIONAL 'AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors*  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Heweteon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. Harvey, B.A.. Sc. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.LS.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  artel   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. G  Phone 147. P.O. Bob 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAHOU)  TOD  BOYD  Exhibitioner Rovel Co]].j. ol Musk, aad lately  with Kendrick FVne.  Mua. Doc, Onam.1 ol lhe  CalheoSel. Meneheetsf, Ene .  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al the Studio. Treeoh Block, Kelowna.  Music of event description supplied.  P.O.os��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Boa 1SS 'Pboaa SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  Receives Pupils al his Studio in lha MORRISON  BLOCK for Lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN. ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 years* previoee ssp.ri.nc.    Will plap fer dencee  Addren Box 237, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ings.Town ana Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpolnt, &e  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Associate of the Royal Collate of Onjani.t.. Lend.)  Gives lessons in the above aubjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  et local  examinations (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' successful  teaching! experience  Studio    -   Raymer Block  \il. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Aeeee. Meea. Caa. See. C. B       Cradaeee Teee.se  VH*M*xt  Waterworks sad Sewereaa Syit.sa.  I Jslrtini Plants, Concrete  etruelioa, eta.  KELOWNA.  .Pease las-aae.  B.C  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTERINARY SURGEON  (Craeluase McGill Uarvarokr)  Residence l   LAWRENCE  AVE.  eaoagee may  bs left st  Messrs. Rattenbury 6c  William.  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.N. (London)  leeches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 36*3. Kelowna.  Ot apply "Record" Office.  CHARLES WALL  ERENCH    I'OI.ISHBK  Furniture Repoliahad & Hanooaled  Box 543 Kelowna, B.C.  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Floweri  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violet.  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLQW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ens half roil* of town, and being  about loo feet above ths lake, it commands a beautiful view of tha town, she and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only ene GLENMORE. Don't mias ths opportunity of aelecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land cell on ua sad wa will  ahow you our subdivision  ��   WOODiLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centra of the town.    Pricea low.   Teems easy,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We reproaent only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  GO   TO  iott & Copeland  When yeu want a  BARGAIN  IN REAL ESTATE  They have the best values in the  City and District  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Coma and see us  aad gat our  paces before pesshsiing  Elliott & Copel^tnd  Real Estate and Insurants Brekera  'l*hoa��U WUjOWNA, s��.C.  OK.LIMBER CO.,Ltd.  Ar�� now completely eqeiepeti t�� supply all your  lumbar  Wa havs ��ew a Urge steak ot total aad ej>eet  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of hifrh-jrrarle quality and la spla&did conditio*.  A complete lint of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES f huradaii, February 90  KELOWNA RECORD  Waves of  the Razor  That's about what all men  are unless, they wear a full  ��� beard, and the best thing  to do is to make this bondage as easy as possible by  using razors, strops, brushes, &c, that will make  shaving a pleasure  In our stock of  Shaving Supplies  we have the necessary  articles to accomplish this  ���razors that will keep  their keen edge, horsehide  ' strops, lather brushes that  hold their bristles, soaps  that will not irritate the  akin, and a large variety  of lotions, creams, &c.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining righta of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-went Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leaaed for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the tease muat be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of, sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be .staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  Tha peraon operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase, whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application should  be made to the secretary of the Department  'of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication ot this  advertisement will not be paid far.  An ad. in the "Record"  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  '. I Willits ft Co.  IRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,    B.C.  .ONE 19  Dr. MATHISON  r.'Dentfiit*,',. '  KELOWNA    :    B.C,  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Items from Ellison  (From our own correapondent)  We understand that the C.N.R.  Co. have agreed with Mr. J. Carney  ns to the price to be paid for passing through his farm. This looks  like business.  On Friday last a few of the batch-  elors of this district entertained the  members of the Literary Society to  a feast of song and story.  The chair was occupied by Mr.  H. Bowser, who in a few well  chosen remarks opened the proceedings, and the batchelors proceeded to render what proved to  be a unique and interesting entertainment. Mr, S. Barron sang,  "' Riding Down from Bangor,"  causing much merriment by his  quaint rendition. Mr. H. Veen  also sang and Mr. J. Barron recited  " The Parson's Son." Mr. Tom Carney gave " The L-bster Salad" and  as an encore " The Two Bears."  Mr. H. Bowser read a selection  from " Songs of a Sourdough."  .Owing to some of the batchelors  suffering from a severe attack of  " cold feet," the chairman enlisted  the help of some of the fair sex,  both married and single. Mrs. G.  Whitaker gave an excellent rendering of "All the While," and as  an encore " Sunshine and Rain,"  also "TheGarden of Sleep," Mr.  Whitaker, besides 'accompaning  the vocalists also sang " The Boatswain's Story" and read " The  Younger Son," from " Songs of a  Sourgough." Miss Lizzie Carney  played a pianoforte selection, and  Mr. M. Hereron sang the evergreen  " Nora Darling." Whilst waiting  for the refreshments, Master R  Bulman entertained the younger  members of the audience by  " shocking" them with an electric battery of his own construction, which, judging from the  shrieks of laughter, was thoroughly  up to the mark.  A committee meeting waa also  held when it was decided thai Mr.  T. Morrison and Mr. G. Whitaker  be selected to debate against East  Kelowna Literary Society next  week. We think it would be a  decided advantage if the committee would select their debaters  earlier and so give them more time  to prepare their arguments.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, first and third Sundays in the  month at 8 a.m.; second and fourth Sundays, after  Mornini Prayer.  Litany on the first and third Sundays.  Morning Prayer at 11  o'clock;  Evening Prayer at  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  First Sunday in month. Holy Communion at 8 a.m.  Matina and Litany. 11 a.m.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evenaong 7:30 *  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Asaiatant Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Services at JI a,m.; eveningservi  ;.m.   Sunday School el 2:30 p.n  Momma Services st 11 am.; evening services.! 7:J0  vtv    Lr   &���"���   fl11"1*' School st 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meet,,,, on Weilne.day. at ��� p m.  Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.  Afternoon service at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Kelowna  Proposed Big Tunnel  Through the Selkirks  RATTENBURY & WILLIAMS  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  ���������....    i  i��������� .-  We  have moved  our, office to  Up-stairs in the Leckie Block  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelown*   -   B.C.  One of the greatest engineering  feats of the present day will be the  C. P. R. tunnel! through the Selkirks between Glacier and Bear  Creek, which will commence short  ly. .  The tunnel in question will be  the largest of its kind in the world  and its construction, which will  occupy between five and sin years,  will be watched with interest by  all who are in touch with constructive operations of any magnitude.  The total length of the Selkirk  tunnel will be oyer six and one  half miles, the width allowing for  double tracking, thirty feet, with a  minimum height of twenty-two  feet. The tunnel when in operation will be lighted by electricity,  while all trains passing through it  will be operated and controlled by  electric power secured from the  lllecillewaet and Kicking Horse  rivers.  The conatruction of this section  of the new C. P. R. double tracking  system will cost in the neighborhood of $8,000,000 or at the rate  of over a million and a quarter  dollars per mile, which constitutes  a record in American railroad  building.  Amusements  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED  -   175,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  D. A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger  Apply  Above the " Record " Office  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  ' The Rosary " takes you into  heart of a typical American family.  It shows the peace and happiness  there, then suddenly unmasks the  ranker spot���lack of faith in the  husband. Slowly, little by little,  is seen this devesting power of  atheism ; how it saps the 'strength  and melts the will, so that when  doubt and suspicion creep in, they  find the soil fertile for their direct  decendants, hatred and revenge,  and the home goes down to ruin  with a crash. Then comes the  spiritual power of a great man, a  Priest, whose life is given to mankind. Slowly by sheer faith he  analyr.es the situation and leads  the two forth, the husband and  wife whom he loves, out of the  darkness of their despair to happiness and peace. Don't fail to see  "The Rotary," at the Opern House  on Friday, February 28th.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service et 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wedneaday at fl p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON, .A., B.D., Paator.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.  Sabbath Services st 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 3 p.m.     All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welah, Pastor.  W.M.ParkersCo.  The Quality Jewelers  SERVICE TALKS  GET ACQUAINTED with a  firm who can give you prompt  service at the time wl en you  need it.  We have the facilities for  doing quick and neat manufacturing and repair work.  We make a specialty of designing and specialorderwork  START NOW TO FIND  OUT WHAT WE CAN DO  A trial order will receive our  usual prompt attention.  High-grade watch and clock  repairing  All work absolutely guaranteed  W.M.Parker&Co.  JEWELERS  Crowley Blk.    -    Kelowna, B.C.  Gray's Studio  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open  THURSDAY, FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  PRINTING )-  RECORD OFFICE-  SATISFACTION  Carpenters  THE BEST  LINE OF TOOLS IS NOW READY FOR  YOU  HERE.  WE KEEP THE STANDARD MAKES OF SAWS, HAMMERS, CHISELS. PLANES, SQUARES   EVERYTHING.  YOU TAKE NO  CHANCES  IN  NOT  GETTING  THE  BEST WHEN  YOU  BUY FROM US.  WE WANT  TO SEE YOU OFTEN.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian Fruit   Lands Co.  Telephone 27  P.O. Bo* 315  ELLISON, MEUGENS & CO.  REAL ESTATE BROKERS  Office. I ROYAL BLOCK, oppoaite C.P.R. aution. KELOWNA, B.C.  ONE GREAT BIG SNAP  Lot and Warehouse on C.P.R. track  For $1,600   -   Easy Terms  Concrete Work  This is to announce that I have purchased the  contracting plant and business of Clement-  Riggs and shall devote all attention to concrete  work, in which I have had many years' experience. I have a full equipment of power  mixers, flee and will give good work  Concrete Buildings, Foundations and  Sidewalks, all Kinds of Cement Work,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER .  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement & Riggs' late office, Woolseley Avenue,  Water Street Richter Street  'PHONE -  Hatching Eggs  White  Wyandoltes,  Rose-  Combed   Rhode Island Reds,  Barred  Rocks,  White Orpingtons, Red Caps  I have mated up my breeding pent of  the abova prize-winning birds and will  ���ell eggs for sitting tbia season  $2 for 13;    $5 lor 50  J. C. STOCKWELL  Kelo  a, B.C.  5V.oto Open  CITY PARK  RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY  Comer Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  First-Class Meals, Chop Suez &  Noodles (good cooking)  Meal Ticket.. $4.50;   Sintla  Meals, 25c. up  Furnished Rooms to Rant  QUONTAPE   -   Proprietor KEWJWNA RECORD  Thursday, February 20  NOTICE  As we, the undersiuned, have decided to quit tbe  contracting business and to devote all our efforts to tbe  manufacture of  Brick and Agricultural Drain Tile  we desire to express our appreciation of lire palionage  received from the people ol Kelowna and suituuiidiirg  district. We feel that by concentrating our efloils to tbe  manufacture of Rrick and Tile that we will be in a belter  position lo keep tbe supply up and lo please our customeid.  We are adding big improvements to our yard so as t"  facilitate the drying and to preserve the squareness of lire  orirlt. The old reliable sand-struck soft mud brick which  does not shell, peel or wash away by  tbe  elements  will   be  our standby.    THIS BRICK WE RECOMMEND.  BRICK  and  TILE carried in stock  SAND delivered by the yard  THE CLEMENT-RIGGS, LTD.  KELOWNA, B.C.  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS. .addressed to the  Pent master General, wilt be received at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 14th  March, 1913, for the conveyance of Hit  Majesty's MaiU, on a proposed contract  (or four years, three timet per week each  way, between Kelowna and Okanagan  Mission from the Postmaster General's  pleasure.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank tonus of  tender may be obtained at the post offices  of Kelowna and Okanagan Mission, and  at the office of the Post Office Inspector,  Vancouver, B.C.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector.  Post Ofllce Inspector's Office,  Vancouver, B.C.  3I�� January, 1913.  HELP WANTED  Ten Young Men  Twenty-five Women and Girls  to learn tobacco selecting and sizing.  Opportunity offering splendid remuneration   for   congenial   employment  during winter months.  Apply Mr. SPEEDEN  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All  Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and  Cents' Rubber   Heels  of the Best Makes  The Late Mrs. James  Copeland, snr.  I'he death occurred nt Kelowna, B.C.,  mi January 30, at 11 p.m., of a very highly  eupected resident in the person of Arabella Copeland. The late Mrs. jas. Copeland had reached the advanced age of 74  yenrs, and death was due to heart failure.  Although the end came unexpectedly she  was surrounded by three sons and four  daughters. The others were living at a  distance and could not be hastily summoned. The funeral was on the 2nd of February and service was conducted by the  Rev. J. W. Davidson at the Methodist  Church. The funeral was a large one,  many coming long distances to pay their  last respects. The remains were interred  in the Kelowna cemetery.  The deceased was a Methodist, a good  citizen and a kind neighbor. She was born  near Inkersham, Ont., in 1859; married  Jas. Copeland and settled on a farm near  Winchester, Ont. Six years later Mr.  Copeland moved his family to the county  of Gray, the township of Proton, where  they armed until the spring of 1894. Mr.  Copeland being anxious to get more Und  for himself and his sons moved to Sum-  mtrbury, Sask, with his family, where  they farmed until Mr. Copeland died eight  years ago, January 7th, leaving Mrs. Copeland and the youggest son alone on thc  farm.  tn the spring of 1897 tha ton, who wat  Mr. R. A. Copeland, decided to move to  Kelowna and brought hia mother with Kim.  She fell in love with Kelowna and district  at firat eight and always had a good ward  to say for B. C.  Of the eleven children which were born  to her nine survive t Mrs. W. H. Fleming,  Kelowna; R. A. Copeland, Kelowna; Thos.  Copeland. Langdon, Alia., Mrs. R. G.  Fleming. Grenfell, Sask.. Mra. J. J. Dale.  Red Deer. Alta., Mrt. A. R. Davy. Kelowna ; Mrs. Warner Braithwaite, Nokomis,  Sask., W. j. Copeland, Kelowna, end Mist  Maggie Copeland, Vernon. She also  leaTee three brothers and two sitters, A. D.  Timmone, Winchester, Ont., J.S. Timmons  Toronto, Ont., ThomasTimmont, Maitland  Ont., Mrs. Wm. Richardsoa, Cebarg, Ont.  and Mrs. Edward Suffcl, of Walsh, Sask  Notice  All growers of Tobacco, or theae who  ttiink they have suitable landa and would  like to experiment in this branch ot A,ii-  culture, are invited to meet our Mr. A. W.  BOWSER and discusa tha subject and  plana proposed for the aeaaon of 1913.  Call at Manager', Office, new Factory  Building, F.llia Street, Kelowna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd  half J:LV  KINO dOlflES  We cannot tell a blind man what a rainbow  looks like. We cannot tell you what our nra  materials loot. lihe. Just cows and see our new goods.  We are always pert) careful to seleet the shades of  Glooe8, Ribbons, Buttons ond Trimmings which harmonise with our materials. Long experience has  taught us whioh mills make colors that will not  fade. Whether you buy or not, ne shall gladly show  yeii our new goods.   Come.to see ue.  And  erson s  Zeph  ers  Potter's English Prints  is I       I         W i d  A CCORD1NG to both American and Canadian  ** trade journals this spring is be one of real  light fabrics.comprising Jap Crepes, Cotton Foulards  Silk Messc>.Vines, Ratine Cloth, Cotton Voiles, Rajah  Silks, Colored Pongees, plain Linen Color-Pongee,  an endless variety of Colors, Stripes, Checks and  Plain Ginghams, Prints, Canadian Crepes, Seere  Sucker Poplins, Linens, and almost everything that  may be wanted to make up your spring needs.  Ask to see our  BRIDAL CLOTH, at 15c., 18c., 20c. & 25c.  Just right for undergarments  Jaeger Shirts for Women Canadian Crepes  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  'Phones  314  tt 143  ( WANTED! )  2 Cent* per word, first insertion end  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 e..tt.  GOOD  APPLES  We have bought a lot  of Applet in different  varieties and will  hav* another delivery  tha firat ef th* week  We have  Jonathans,  Spitzenbergs,  Russets,  Pippins  and a few  Northern Spys  all at $1.50 & $1.75 per box  Theae   applet   have  been well kept and  are in splendid condition  POSTS FOR SALE  Fir,  cedar  and   tamarac  posts. Prim  (deliver*.!)) quoted on application. Apply  Bouvottc It Meuser, P.O. Bos 44��. 2.9  DRY WOOD FOR SALE  Apply F. A. Taylor or   Lynn Harvey,  K.LO. Bench. Slf  LOST  Mooly heifer, 2 year, all dark brindle, ne  while, faint brand JA right hip.  $5 reward  Record Office or C. H. Leathley, Rutland.  BALED HAY  Second crop, delivered anywhere in tha  Valley, $24 per ton. Apply M. Heraron,  Kelowna. 6tf  FOR SALE  Set of tingle driving Harnoaa ln good  condition;   alao pair of shape.    Apply  Harold DeHart, McKeniie'e afore.        7lf  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoroughly dry fir. ��2.50 rick, deliver-  ed ;   alao ir fence porta.    Apply Cather,  ���phen. B4. 1W  KNCLISH SADDLE WANTED  in good condition.   Give price, ale., I*  Box K, " Record " Office. !  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Hobteln Bull, al Harries'  Hawkeadala Ranch.   Apply  E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Gentle, good working, general purpoae  Haree i 7-year.r Id | about 1,100 lb..    T.  Duggan, Kelowna. lOtf  We have alto food fine  Potatoe*,    Parsnips,  Onions. Carrots,  Beets, Cabbage,  Celery, Lettuce,  Smoked Halibut,  Heiring, Salmon,  Brookneld Sausage or  Boiled Ham  by express this weak  The McKenzie Co.  Limited ���-  FOR SALE  Cream Separator, good for ona to three  cowa.   Will guarantee good  reasons for  riling.   Apply P.O. Box lit). 11-14*  PARTNER WANTED  ta assist in developing good paying business in   Kelowi.a   with  good   prospects  Muat have aoma capita).   Apply Box V2  "Record" Office. Iltf  TENDERS WANTED  for lhe purchase ef thc Church of England lata Noa. 4, 5. 6. Block I*. Pendr*  street. Tendera ta be In by the I3lh Feb.  ruary. Higheel ar any tender not neeee.  eerily aecepted. Fer further particular,  apply te R. E. Denleon, Chureb Warden.  m  Eusilage  corn  H. B. Burtch.  FOR SALE  stalks, AI feed.   Apply  IMS  STRAYED  to my plaae, white heifer, brand look,  like  24. about two yaaia  old.     If   nol  claimed within thirty daya will ba void te  defray expenses.   Apply Jeeaph Christian  Ellieoa.   Feb. Ulh. 1913.  rplj  fl!  IMS  WANTED  Second-head Buggy; light,  particulate ta Bex 462, Kelowi  Price ana]  ���. I)  WANTED  Position by experienced erahardist,  capable ef taking ckarge. Apply lea 536  Ketewna. IJ-14  FOR SALE  Para brad Jersey Bull, six aaonthe aid.  Splendid aalmal.    Alee four good young  Joreey eowe. Apply A. W. Dalglaiah, Rat  Grave Reach, Rutland. 13.lt  COW8 FOR SALE  I para bred registered Jersey eow. six  yeere aid, due to come oa April 9. Price  1200. Fir.t.clasa milker. I pure, bra.  heifer. I year end 11 rnonthi; net in calf.  PrlaeMO.   Apply T. C Kerr. 13  FOR SALE  Horse, (ve yeara eld, geed driver ; all  top buggy, harneee and eaddla and bridl  Apply R. A. McKillieee, Glen* Avenue  C  YOUNG WOMAN  Weat* work by tht day.   Apply tea,  C" Record "OfJee. "\\ST  WHITE WYANDOTTE9  Fer aale.   A pen of I cockerel ene) 6  ulleta ;   good utility attain.    Price SI2.  . Gray, Rowcliffo Block or Rutland,   x  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our treet trt vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have eelected  our scions and budt from  the beat bearing treet in  thit valley, from the or-  chardt that grow the prime  fruit, that got the highest  prir.ee at the greatett apple  thowt in tht world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 23  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and tee our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items