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Array liriutoma  ���Wfa  \  'A  VOL. VI.  NO. 49.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THUftSpAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914.-8 PAGES  i  $l.5u Per Annum  A TITLED RED CROSS NURSE IN BELGIUM  Lady Dorothy FieWirrg, a well-known English woman of title, photographed in Most, Belgium, during the bombardment ol that town by the  Germans, talking to Belgian officers. Lady Dorothy has been doing Red  Cross work in Belgium almost Irom the start nt theiwar. As shown in the  photograph sho goss about in male attire to facilitate her movements over  the battlefields.  Patriotic Concert For Tomorrow Night  Entire Proceeds Will Be Devoted to Relief of Local Distress  Caused By the War  An energetic committee was formed  a short time ago lor tho purposes of  adopting i some means of raining funds  to meat the distress which in common  with all other places, ie likely to be  felt this winter in consequence of the  war. The pay of reservists and of  volunteers who are now on uctive service is totally inadequate to support  a family in this country, and there  will no doubt be many who though  not directly connected with the war,  will find it hard to obtain the means  of livelihood on account of the depression which it has caused.    It    is  to assist all such that the concert is  being organized, and it is hoped that  such a laudable enterprise will receive  enthusiastic support.  The program which is given below  is sufficiently varied and attractive,  and it is also; to be noted that all ihe  artists are giving their services free,  In this way the committee, who are  themselves guaranteeing the one or  two items of unavoidable expense, will  be able to turn over the gross receipts  to local relief.  The following is the program:  Adams  B.C.Horse MayFormParl  of Second Contingent  Regiment Will Go as Mounted  'Troops *  After considerable tedious waiting  and uncertainty orders are at last  about, it is understood, to be ipsuod  to the .'10th Regiment ot U. V. Horse  tu leave their temporary training  camp nt Vernon tor sonvi destination  as yet unknown. All tho members on  leave in Kelowna and other parts ol  the valley have been recalled, thoBn  from Kelowna leaving for Vernon by  this morning's boat. The regiment it  is stated is to be reoruited up to tho  fit!', strength again and will in a few  days be sent to some larger military  onmn for serious cavalry training wit r  a vijw to forming a part of the second contingent whioh is now being  raised. Whether this training will be  carried out at tho coast or in the  oast is not known at present.  (apt. Temple is down fr m eamn  this week on account ol the illness  of Mr. (>. I'\ flurno, but will return to  Vornon tomorrow. Major Clarke was  also in town this woek leaving yesterday for the conHt.  Overture  Selected.  Mr   J. Smith.  Display.  Composition ol the Union Jack.  1st Kelowna Troop Bov Scouts.  (Flairs kindly made by W. ISaston.)  Song.  "The Veteran's Song"  Mr. Geo. S. McKonzie.  Song.  "Land of Hope and Glory."  Miss Francis A. Pearson, L.R.A.M.  Violin solo  "Saltarella"  Mr. Drury Pryoe.  Song.  Britain's All."  Mr. Herbert Johnston.'  Reading.  "The Day."                                   0  Mrs. A. Ia. Soames.  Song.  "Your King and Country Need You."  Hrs. J. M. Harvey.  Duet.  "The Twin Duet."                               SI  Messrs Hayes and Stocks.  INTERMISSION  Dance.  Kignr.  Papini.  Doby  Chappell.  Rubens.  Slaughter  Traditional.  "The Sailor's Hornpipe."  Mr. Frank Davis.  "Somewhere a Voice is Calling." Tate  Miss .1. T. Duthie.  Selected.  Mr. Grant Ferrior.  'The Charge ol the 9th Lanoers."      11. II. Parkinson.  The Author���Specially written lor this concert.  Selected  Mr. F. M. S. Dick.  Humorous Song. "The Bassoon." Quonton Aytwin.  Mr. Leopold Hayes.  Mandolin Solo. Selected.  Mr. R. L. Ferguson. '  Song. "If. a Long, Long Way to Tipperary."       Williams.  Mr. Geo. S. McKonzie.  National Anthem.  Song  Song,  Reading.  Song.  UUL Will Camp Id Cars  A number of railway oars are now  being prepared at the Revelstoke yard  lor the use during the winter ol the  members ol tho Rocky Mountain Ran- j  gers who are guarding the bridga-s be-.  tween Field and Kamloops.  The cars will be equipped at one.  end with bunks and other living ac-|  commodation and at the other end  with stove and other kitchen re-  oulsities. Thoy will be taken to the  various military posts along the  line lifted off the rails by a crane  and depotriteal in convenient spots lor  the use ol the sentries.  It is expected that tho oars will be  completed and in place by the end  ol the month. In the meantime the  troops are using bell tents and other  shelters which they have constructed  themselves. At Sicamous rations are  1 provided at the station and at the  largest post where there are 13 men a  cook has been provided by the   com-  Train at Vancouver  One of the two battalions ol infantry to be raised in British Columbia  for the second expeditionary foroe will  be mobilized, trained and Dropared  for active service in Vancouver. The  total lores will comprise I'iftO men  raised6 from the following units: 72nd  Highlanders, 260 men; fit'i C.O.H. 250  men) 11th Irish Fusilliers, 290 men;  and 104th New Westminster Kegiment  200 men. Another 200 men will be  drafted from the 102nd Regiment of  Rocky Mountain Rangers, A military  base and.training camp will be established in tho exhibition grounds at  Hastings Park, Vancouver.   p.   News has been received of the death  in aotion of Loral John Spencer Cavendish, son of the late I.ord Kdward  Cavendish,  ^^  missariat contractors, but at most ol  the posts the sentries cook their own  lood.  Rutland News  Mr. fiert Dilworth left yesterday for  Calgary where he expects to reside for  some time..  ��� *  Last Friday, 23rd, MisH Ida Fleming  was the recipient of a number of useful presents, given bv her many friends  in the district. "The Kitchen Shower"  came off at the home of the Misses  Oay, and a very enjoyable afternoon  was spent by the numerous gathering.  ��� *  The old school houso in Kutland hus  been romodelled as a Presbyteriau  church, and will be opened for public  worship on Sundav morning, Nov. 1  at H o'clock. Rev. ('. O. Main, M.A..  H.D., of Vornon will preach tho open  ing sermon. The choir will provide  special music for the occasion. On the  Monday evening following a grand  concert will be given in the new school  by the members nf the Presbyterian  choir from Kelowna. Anthems, quintettes and instrumental selections wi,l  form part of the program. Tho ladies  of the Rutland congregation will serve  light refreshments in the basement of  the sohool at the close of the concert.  A charge of 25 cents for adults nnd  10 cents for ohildren will be made at  the door.    Concert to begin at 8 p.m.  ��� #  After an illness of only a few days  from acute pneumonia the death took  place last Thursday of Robert W. Hird,  of the family of Mr. T. Bird of Kutland. The funeral took place Saturday afternoon at the Kelowna cemetery. Service was held at the Methodist church at one o'clock and was  attended by a large number of friends  of tho family. At the cemetery the  cortege was met by a number of local  Masons, of whioh order deceased wus  a member, and a Masonic service wns  held at the grave Bide. Deceased who  was 50 vears of age has been a resident of the Rutland district for a  number of years.  The Kalowna Growers' Exchange has  olosed down the packing at tho local  shed, leaving the foreman, Mr. J.  Moore in oharge. The fruit still to  oome in will be forwarded to Kelowna  for packing. The amount of produce  whioh has passed through this branch  this season has -taxed its capacity to  the limit, and extensive enlargements  will need to be made in order lo handle next veer's output without unnecessary delays.  ��� *  A patriotic concert is bring, arranged to be held in a few weeks fit Kutland. Everyone in tho district should  do their utmost to make it a succeed,  and let us prove by our actions thnt  we appreciate the peaceful conditions  under whioh we live, whether we are  British or foreign born��� It's a poor  sort of citizen who knocks the land  in    whieh he    ie living and finds his  work.  ��� ���  One of the prettiest weddings whioh  has taken place for a long  time in Rutland occurred yesterday  when Miss Ida Fleming was married  to Percy Gordon Dilworth. Both the  voung people are members of well-  known families of the district and as  a consequence the ceremony which  look place at the Mount View churoh  was largely attended. The ceremony  was performed by lhe Rev. Gordon  Tanner. The bride was prettily at'  tired in a drees of white satin and  lace with wreath of orange blossom  and veil, and carried a bouquet of  white chrysanthemums. She was attended as bridesmaids by her sister  Miss Joy Fleming, and Miss Flossie  Dilworth, sister of the bridegroom.  Mr. Bert Dilworth acted as best man.  The bridesmaids were dressed in pink  voile and carried bouquets ol pink  carnations. The decorations of tho  ohuroh were very effective! v carried out  in white flowers and preen foliam  Mr. Gay and Event Fleming acted els  ushers. The musical Dart of the service was attended to by Mite Annie  Gay who played the "Wedding March'  Monday was lUiBaionury .tight <ii llu  iiapiiHi   luung  .-copies   inning.  Miss  UfcCKli;    WUtf    ill   CiiUl'gU   Ol    Liiti      luyi'Hll.  anu in me cuuri-o ol ��n iniareaLr-u,,  paper ou the redox beueiiti of mum ��.-���*  auiii missionary i ftion Ktii.pH thu enure,  alive 'the cuurch tlmi nvus |U il  own personal interests, wuuont ������  thought lor tho carrying < at, ui tn.  great commission win soon l.uU *.  deadly lethargy com.ng over, as life.  On the other hand tn-.r��. were lieu  rewards m store inr thot-c waul -o.*  getting Hell, ga.o their '.nu aud en-  erg^ to the wont ot wurlu o.an��e.iiu'  >iqn. iM.rewn m scions hid a gtioti  * idled t,n tne Home tnuicu, u�� a .*��'��  j hoj, enough to warm tan cl^tant fuu.-  corners oi a luruo dw.u.'.nv.-iiL piii��(  surely diffuse a goaiul glow u t ,u  circ.i' ciuho around it. 1'ue /.rail hav.  g proverb which says that wato.  poured on tlio rogt of a coc.ianut troj  comes back in tho sweetened milk thai  falls irom the top. Aud so it may  be truly si.ill that offerings givtn I.  missions will return in showers oi  blessings on tho giver. It had heju  said that religion was a commodity  of such a peculiar sort that the moiv  we exported the moro we had at  home, and it was a-fact that, tint In;  from the time when William Carey", the  first missionary went out to India.  Thoir denomination as well as others  tad experienced a wonderful growth.  Spiritual growth and numerical inorease wore at onoe noticeable and the  larger the undertakings in foreign  missions, the greater the harmony  among the denominations at home  and in the churches of each denomination. A church thut is thoroughly  alive to the importance of missions  has no time for church quarrels. There  was, then n reflex benefit to the  world, tt) the charch und to tho individual. The world benefited because  the Hpread of the Gospel made life  more enjoyable. Wherever Christianity  was found there were elevating antl  ennobling influences that enriched all  nround. The church benefited because  of growth in the-spiritual life, in numerical increase, in unity, in the individual churches and denomination*.  The individual benefitted because of  enlarged interests and spiritual joyfl  that come from participating in service for God.  Besides the naner two letters wore  rend from missionaries on the field  bv Miss Beatrice Wilson and Miss  I .Uie Evans, and the choir sang an  anthem, "Tell it Out." A Bhort discussion on the question "Are we on  fire with enthusiasm tor missions?"  was taken part in by several of those  oresent.  Xext Monday the men are to give  an original program, which will include a ten-pieco orchestra of a novel  nature.  :   ���   The sum of thirty-six dollars and  twenty-five cente was realized from tho  collection of the sohool children for  the Okanagan Ambulance League.  ��� ��   *  Mr. J, JF. Burne has-been ill tl is  week with a severe attack of gastritis  but is now recovering.  ��� *   ���  Many people will learn with regret  that Mrs. I). U-okie has been removed  to the hospital this week suffering  from typhoid.  ��   *   #  A fire which broke out in tho sawdust hopper which feeds the boiler fire  at the sawmill' was responsible for tho  alarm whioh was turned in last Thuraday night. Thero was little danger  of the fire spreading as the hopper is  built of concrete and steel, but it was  difficult to get at, and the hopper had  to be entirely emptied before all fire  was extinguished.  Tho Rev. .J. 0, Switaer will conduct  Ihe anniversary services of the EllUon  Methodist church on Sunday next.  On Tuesday evening the annual con-  fr-rogational suiroor will be hold at  which speeches are to be delivered and  a musical program rendered.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Adams returned  Monday from Ontario whero they  havo beon    staying    for some    weeks  past.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. T. W. Stirling returned last  week end from the old country.  ��� ��   ���  An Ottawa dispatoh says: "The busi  ueas program to be submitted io parliament at its next session will, it is  learned, from official circles be vciy  brief and devoid of contentious measures. It is anticipated, in consequence  that the session will be unusually  brief, having regard to the conditions  which obtain because the empire is at  war. In consequence of this, if a sos-  sion beginning Nov. 1. would have any  chance of concluding before Christmas  it will be summoned, if not it will  probably be summoned in January."  and by the choir who sang the anthem, "The voice that breathed o'et  Kden."  After the ceremony a reception wos  hold at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fleming,  over sixty guests sitting nown to a  sumptuous repast. The happy couple  who were the recipients of numerous  rifts and congratulations from all  sides left later by car for Vernon  where the honeymoon will be spent.  HOW THE TURCOS FOl'GHT AT S0ISSONS  Two Turcos troopers (French Algerian soldiers from northern Africa)  firing at the Germans in the streets of Soissons, Franco, from behind their  own baggage cartB and barn-age. The Turcos aro furious fighters and never  surrender, preferring death to capture.  Germans Unable to Make Progress  Terrific Slaughter in Fighting For Possession of English  Channel Seaports  What little has been learned during  the past week of the desperate strug-j  gle of the Germans to break their way  through in northern France in order;  to gain control of the const line and '  consequently of strategic points over-j  looking the gateway to the North Sen  goes to show that the battle has sur-j  passed for intensity and for ghastly  slaughter anything which has yet happened during the war.  Tho   Times'   correspondent in    West!  Flanders says the Germans have paid!  a  terrible price for crossing  the Ywir  River,    and  for    tho strip they still  hold at the bend of the river. I  Again antl again they have been  practically wiped out fcv Belgian shrap  nel, but have continued to pour men  into the death trap.  At Dixmude and Nieuport the strug-j  gle is equally severe. At Dixmude.  French marines were compelled to J  stand for forty hours a continuous at-'  tack, before they were able tt) expel  the Germans nt the bay c tot point.  The Germans made a crossing Saturday nenr St. Georges Chanpele, and  a frightful struggle ensued.    Fighting  continued until Sunday morning, when  the arrival of the French reinforcements drove the Germans back across  the river. Tho German attack on Dixmude wus repulsed with heavy loss.  Heavy street fighting resulted in tho  capture of the greater part ol ono  German battalion.  ' A Daily Mail despatch says thc Germans have abandoned their attempt  to force n passage through the Dix-  mude-Nieuport line, and are concentrating further south on the Dixmude-  Ypres line. German losses on the  Dixmude-Nieuport line are estimated at  18,000 killed  antl 30,000 wounded.  Later reports say that the limit of  human endurance has almost been  reached, and both Bides from sheer exhaustion have slackened their efforts.  In the east, according to Russian  despatches, tho Russians have driven  the enemy back from Warsaw and aro  gaining  possession of territory west.  Disquieting rumors are coming from  South Africa whero a fresh outbreak  of rebellion has takon place under the  famous DeWet.  Will Elect Bishop for Diocese     Golf Club Handicap  A general meeting of the synod ol  tho dioouso of Kootonuy has been called lor November u'*i for the electron  of a bishop of Kootennv. The meeting  will be hold in Nelson and between lOtl  and 1 ���fi lay and clerical delegates are  expected lo bo in attendance. This wns  the decision reached at a meeting of  the executive committer, of the synod  of the diocese when the investma>nt  eommiltoe reported that a sulliciont  amount of the bishopric endowment  fund had been invested to permit tho  election of a bishop. Tho fund, it was  reported, had boen invested in Vernon,  Kelowna, Revelstoke anal Nelson, thus  being kept entirely within the dioooso.  Tho mission grants for the different  missions in the diocese wero also outlined and the grants plua'ed for th.  half vear instead of the quarter year  as Is usual.  Provision has been made for the endowment of the office of bishop of this  diooeso    by a fuml of 150,000     which  hns been raised for that purpose.    Of  this amount 810,000 is invested in securities in the four prinoipal cities of  thc diocose, Rovclstokc, Kclowna, Vcr-,  non and Nelson.   Tn thc pas: the Arch  bishop do Poncior hns been acting bishop of this section.   Thia act ion marks'  a progressive stop in the development (  of the Church of England in this distriot.   a   Steeihead on that section of the  Canadian Northern line building eastward from Port Mann has now reached a point one mile rast of Cisco  Bridge, leaving a gap ot but eighty-  five miles to comolet* tho line to  Kamloops. j   (  J  An application to wind up the farm (  of Alvo von Alvonsleben Limited *.iai  to be made to the supreme court. The  statement, compiled from a cursory  examination of the books made by the  Yorkshire Trust Company, shows lis,-.  bilities of SW.fiSfi.OSS.&O and assets of  ��3,465,681.2!*, but the aotual vuluo'  of the assets oan not yet be dctorrnrn-  ���d.  The Kelowna <iolf Club held thoir  first hundicap competition on Thursday, Oct. *J2nd. Thc weather was  ideal and twelve memba.rs entered for  tho competition. Tho winner was Mr.  Grotc Stirling with a not score of 88.  The following cards were handed in:  (Irotc   Stirling. 50, 56.-106  less  18 handicap    88  0. Quinn.    56, 55-111, loss  17 lliallalia'aip     114  H. T. Boyd, 54, 56-114, leas  18 handicap    !I6  L.  IJ.    Taylor,    53, 4r>-102,  loss ft handicap    07  A. Soames,   56, 54���11(1, less  li! handicap    ��8  Mitchell  55,  (B-117,   less   18  handicap    !r9  Several new memha't-s hnve joineJ  the club and one afternoon as many  ns *15 people were notiaml on the  course. Several visitors have ali.0  taken advantage of the privilege of tho  club, including Mr. Miller of the Victoria (Jolf (Tub who spoke in njbr's-  tic terms of the excellence of the new  course considerinc the shairt time il  has been started. Tho club will wa.l-  caime n visit from any momba't* of I haa  community who cares taa watch thev  play and it may be mentioned that  piny has taken plarp every day since  thc course wns 'oponttd with a-ne exception when thc weather was bad.   ���   The admiralty has issued ar str.le-  tnent outlining the steps thnt aro being takon to round up tho eight or  nine German cruisers at Inriro in tlio  Atlantic, Pacific and Indian ocean,!.  These cruisers include the l.mdcn,  which has sunk and captured twenty  British vessols to date in tho Indian  Ocoan, and the Karlsruhe, whioh has  takon thirteen British ships in tho  Atlantic. The statement savs: 'Searching for these vessels and working in  conoort under various commanders-in-  chief nre upwards of 70 British, Australian. Japanese Frenoh anal Kus-  eian cruisors. Among these are a  number oi the fastest British cruisors. PAOE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  KELOWNH RECORD  PnbliaM tntv Thursday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Hates:  1-1 .SO   par rear:   75... >tx    month.     UaiiUai  strata. (0 aula additional.  AU aabsortpUorr. rjavebU Ir, advaraoa.  Advertisinf Bate*:  I ilUUK NlVI'lUES,  PHOKESSIONAL CARDS.  Ifi'fC.. 2a cats par ooaumrr inch wa walk.  LAND AND TIHUEH NOTICES-30 alaavi. Si:  00 dan. St.  ��ATXB NOTIUES-M lor live insertions,  i.KUAL  AIIVKIITISINU-Firat    i,i..rtia,u.    11  oanta pw Ira.; .mora aubsequent InaortiaaD. 8  aaasta raar Ua..  a I.ASS1F1ED AI)VK��'l'IHHMENTS-2 ceat. par  word lirat InMrtioa,  1 Mat aw word eaol  a'absMMBt  laaertlora.  i.iiPLAY    aeDVERTISEalENTS-Two    indlian  ���tad ttnaW, BO MOM vet  inert  first insertion  o.-ar two iraoba. 40 omu par Inch tint in  ������ rtiop: SO rant, par inoh    each .ula.eaao.na  . alios: !  iaiairtlon.  All ohaarrca In ountract advarttsonr-antri nau-i  la. in tba hand, of th. printer bv Taassdei  t'v.nurff to araaair. publaaation in tb. next  ta.ua.  Announcement of Fruit-  Packing Schools  Tim Department ol Av-ncultiuv, in  accordance with ita polioy of the past  five years, will again offer Iruit packing uchuul* during thu uoiniug winter.  Thesit puck inn schools have ulwuys  been popular uud Wi expoot that im-ch  interest will bu taken in the work  this winter. Jt is hoped that schools  will bo formed in every fruit district  of the province where a sufficient number of pupils can he secured.  As in previous years, the Incu) administration oi' the packing Bohools  will be placed in the hands uf a responsible body of such Farmers' Institute, the Fruit Growers' Association  or the Hoard of Trade.  Tho responsible organization in each  case will bo required to guarantee a  minimum of twelve pupils, but i.ot  more then fifteen with the proper  qualifications, at a fee of three dollar* each, to take the twelve lessons  of two aud a half hours a losson,  tho school extending over the week.  In a limited, number of districts a  double packing sohool can be arranged for. in which the minimum rrimruii  lee will be twenty-lour pupils, but.  more than thirty, for tho same number of lessons. In the case of the  Kclowna distriot the secretary of the  Farmers' Institute will attend to the  details K those desirous of holding  classes will communicate with him.  The hail for fifteen pupils must be  nt least 30 feet bv 15 foot,     and   well  lighted. It must be stifTicienttv heated  to prevent chilling of the fingers ol  the packers, and to prevent freezing  of the fruit at night,  eaion a*q p>a;.uu su{ uo ���j.aiu oq \\\.w oq  ���ye\{\ sjjddx.* ���juauij.iBf.op eqj; -jadwu  *|in.ij pun ri.tjiru} Da^ond .unsdn-wu oqj  atiij   qpiw  jiui.ni  111w    .io^iiu-jbui  .nj [  ���9uin��  dinaah o-i diTBiJopun \\}.\\ pat) [��jj  -i-)ou A'isseaUxe oq ptnoijs ���juouiiji.riap  oqi poanoos oq louuwa ������iiuj ruooj   j[  ���uojtaoosut uo  ao-piu'-.sui aqi Aq pantuuojop sv eopd  "}03(4VU1   .,)Uuii)j2i>|   ut|)   AlKl   |[IM     |U0UI  -liBdop oqj, -4t))amvip ui soqoui }z  Jopun un.i pinoqs etton pun pepVJJB oq  lou poou jnq 'uojpipuoa pool, ui oq  ���jjvnui 'H��JL-l ���p-r.i.iajo.ni o.i�� 'si.vwfl nog  si. quns -souj'jojjBA aopjuq oqj, 'Ifdyd  aod SOXOq g o\ 'i5 jo ujiu jqj. ju p;?uj1  SAaeceJ i>- pjjrumbiU .uu uoa '[ooqos  i��nj>[jiM oi[\ juj uoj|wa|i(Kiu iJu|>pmi  jo taut) oqi (V li'uj lt,,,0l uw" 'oil  -jssod ��u .iwj bu iijm pj.mij.mdop eqx  ���UUJ^qajl puu iluifUoq 8*)]  pun 'nuq oq) jo (uo.i .>q) puu 'sjiOA.  [UUVfiUMW ,.q) ji) \\h[\ JU00X0 'flOOUOO  -\o a)iruii|i3o- joityO [\v puu jiiuj etfj  'JOUVU  flUplOUd  oqi Ju   *|8O0     0i|)   jUtjq  os'.' [[l.U     pi.itll |.lUilHp       .ii'^      'BUtfUOU  -X>��   Hiq   hAUO   pl|U   '40*JIU|SU|   OtH   HOplA  -oad    tuni|tiDU.iiy jo pjt>iu|.ivd.v([ oqj^  responsible  person,  who  should    provide him with all   necessary information,  so as to get the school     under  way without  loss of time.  It seems hardlv necessary lo present  to you tho important advantage to  be gained from Lhe packing school,  particularly in the way of practical  and thorough instruction in actual  commercial packing.  Fruit growers will gain, in addition  a good deal of information about the  methods aud equipment used by the  most progressive associations, also  about the interpretation of the fruit  marks act, und about exhibition packing by attending the packing school  for instruction.  Pupils who gain a score of 75 per  cent for efficiency in tho packing  sehool, and who put up a creditable  puck for tin; department prizes the  following autumn will receive ti diploma certifying to the same from the  department.   ff   LOAN TO HELP RAILWAY BUILDING  Formal authoritative announcement  wns made by the Hon. \V. J. Bowser,  Attorney-General, that arrangements  havo boen made with the federal government for n loan of $6.00^,000 on  the bonds of tho Pacific Great Eastern Railway to tide over tho grave  financial orisls following in the wake  of the war and to ensure the continuation of construction work with undiminished energy.  This is in accord with the Dominion  Government's announcement some  weeks ago that binds for publit  works, etc., could be loaned to tho  provinces until the return of normal  financial conditions.  sSLtt-  WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THE  GREAT EXPOSITION  Secretary of State of the U. S., Win.  Jennings Bryan has issued a formal  announcement to the effect that no  foreign country hud withdrawn fioni  its participation in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. $.nco Mr,  Bryan's announcement manv* large  consignments of costly exhibits from  Europe und other countries huve  reached Sun Francisco and a number  of chartered Hteamers will leave soon  with great loads of exhibits.  THURSDAY, 0OT0BBB 39, 1014  '���"���I  liMlU-liiiiM.rn   ���  EARLY WINTER PREDICTED  The indications point to winter coming early this year. At tbe higher  altitudes the - gophers and -whistlers  sought their holes rather early and  their judgment has been vindicated as  winter practically set in at the timber  line on Septembor 5th, At the lower  levels tho gophers made an early disappearance, aad it is likely that the  snow will come to stay ut the lake  level about December 1st. Animals  that Btav out are reported to be wearing u heavy crop of fur, whioh is taken to indicate a cold winter.��� Kaalo  Kootenaiuu.  BAND TO-NIGHT  AT ROLLER - SKATING  RINK  Next Thursday, Nov. 5th,  Fancy Dress Carnival  Eight  handsome prizes for Best Fancy and Comic Costumes  Band on Tuesday Night  All Band nights admission- Gent*.  15c;   Ladies Free  Other nights admission free for all  We have what you want in  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  I  See our Windows  ON  Friday &  Saturday  and save money by  takingadvantage of  the Special Prices.  We have not time  to tell you what they  are but come and  see. Remember we  serve you better &  charge you LESS  QEOFPlJMp/  THESTORE 0FPLEN1  PHONE 35  5 ptr cent. Discount on monthly accouti  Make November Purchases Save Big Money in December  Have you selected your Heater yet ?  HASTE To GE.  Do not have the life half acared out of youraelf every time you go " out  of the room " fearing that th. houae will catch on fire, becauae you've got  a worn out, old stove. Come to ua and buy a n.w on.. Our atovee burn  little fuel and give out lot. of heat.  Air-Tight Heaters  Box Stoves, Oil Stoves  Hot Blast Coal Stoves  (Without queition the belt on the market)  Fire Place Effects  Base Burners  " National" Oaks  You need a Heater: buy  one now and save your  coupons for Christmas  buying.  An Opportunity to  Save Money  During November we will give you in  in addition to our regular discount a  15-cei. coupon for every dollar spent here.  This coupon is worth it's face value on  any purchase made in December.  The regular cash discount applies in  December just the same. Remember  you get your regular discount on all  money spent here. The more you  spend in November the less your  December purchases will cost  IN  TRADE  J'   Furnish your BEDROOMS aloely too*  ��aiglet* j) & garbing  wiU ha/u on demand  durina  94 DECEMBER m  Fifteen cents in trade \  Mr. and Mr.. Home-Own.r���  You spend mora time in your b.droom than in any oth.r room of your  houae. ' Why not furniah il aa beautifully and tastefully aa your parlor r I*  will malt, you feel good when you wake up to aee BEAUTIFUL OBJECTS  .round you. We carry .11 kinds of elegant bedroom aeta and durablt, com.  'ortable beds. Com. in and examine our furniture. You'll find our prices  REASONABLE.  We can furnish your home beau*  tif ully and at a saving to you. Let  us figure with you if you need  Furniture of any kind.  SAVE YOUR COUPONS  FURNITURE  Dalgleish  AND  Harding ^~  1  THU83DAT, OCTOBER 29, VtU  KELOWNA   RECOkD  fAOITHMB  HARNESS  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  Large stock to select from  All Repair parts for same  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  Gleanings of War News  cBtiaDSt^jiaoetaetrxeiaoefaa*^  This department is in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, wha will give you prompt  and efficient service  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealei  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  Furniture a. Factory Prices  Iron Beds, brass trimmed, heavy posts and  611ing  $3.25  Bed Springs, extra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattress  $4.00  $975  Brass Beds, 2-in. post  $15.00  Best quality spring    $3.50  All Felt Mattress, with best quality art ticking...   $7.25  $2575  Dressing Tables, with British bevel plate mirror   $675  Wash Stand to match    $4.00  $1279  Don't forget our  5-drawer, drop head, Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our  97-piece Chmn set, at only   $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  Soldiers from the Warsaw front say  that Emperor William was peru-mally  on the field of battie. He avas almost  taken captive, barely escaping by automobile.  ...  The Belgian refugees' in Holland  elected a committee whioh went to  Antwerp to study the possibilities for  a repatriation of the refugees. If the  I report is favorable a general return ol  the Belgians to their homes is likely .0  ' .  .  .  A German submarine was rammed  and sunk by tbe British Destroy*,  "Badissr" off tha Butch coast last  week. The Badger's bow was naturally somewhat damaged. This is an  official announcement made by !ne admiralty.  ...  The losses in lulled, wounded and  prisoners to the Germans, Austrians  and Prussians up to the middle of the  present month are enormous, estimate,  place them at 1, 350,000, with no official figures regarding the' tosses of  troops from Bavaria, Wurtembnrg,  Saxony or Hanover.  ...  A flat denial was given at the militia department of the statement contained in a cable to the effeot that  patriotic Britons in the Vnitod States  had furnished and equipped 3000 men  far the first Canadian toatu .wit.  This is fchtrua, Bays the department.  .   *   .  The Canadian Pacific .Hallway oompany, which has contributed the sun.  ot ��'->;',UuO to the t-uuaiiian Patriots  lund, trom its shareholders and employees, has decided that jfla.Uut) of  tans shall be considered as having  been their contribution ia British Col-  umoia to the British Columbia t ranch.  ...  The lLmperor's prediction of Oct. 3rd,  that his forces would return nemo  victorious before the leaves fell this  tali would now appear to have been  a sad miscalculation. In making this  prediction the Emperor seemed very  confident and cheertul as he assumed,  as a matter of course, that Germany's  victory would be complete.  ...  The shortage of food in Brussels is  sorious. lhe supply of Hour has become exhausted, and there is groat  need that it be replenished immediately. Extensive plans are under way  tor wholesale shipments of rood   from  London and other sections.  ...  More than 1000 Germans of all classes, from merchants to waiters, have  been interned in a public park near  ���lohannesburg. South Africa, by British authorities, as the result of reported activities of German ugonts  among the natives.  The British naval bombardment utterly destroyed the town oi Slype,  which the Germans held in force, lhe  haiuse oooupied by the German headquarters stiff was blown to bits. The  naval marksmanship, according to the  despatch, was superb. A British signalman, in a stationary bullion, was  shot by the Germans.  ...  Two Kussian soldiers, taken by the  Germans report terrible atrocities by  their captors. Both Russians bad beon  wounded, and after fainting with the  pain suddenly revived by receiving a  sharp kick in the ribs and found German officers standing aver them. He  was ordered to stiok out his tongue,  and thinking the man a doctor, did  aa, when it waa suddenly grabbed and  cut off. Another on refusing to open  his mouth was hit with the but of a  riffle, stunning him and Isaocking out  most of his teeth. On coming back  to eonsoioasness he found his tongue  had been cut out bv the roots.  .   .* ���  The admiralty has through the official press bureau issued a list of the  ollieers and men of the British submarine E-3, with a statement that it  Kb feared no hopes for the safety ol  he submarine can now be entertained.  Berlin official advices under date ���(  Oct SOth, stated that the British submarine E-S was sunk on Ootober 18th  by German warships in the North  Sea. This is tho first loss sustained by  Sho British submarine service diu-in.  tha war. The boat was enly completed in 1913, and carried IR men.  The Mormon church in Alberta   has  given 40,000 pounds of flour to    the  Belgian Relief Fund.  ...  A despatch to the Daily Telegraph  from Athena Bays; "There is considerable friction between German military men in Turkey and Turkish soldiers. At Adrianople the Turkish  troops came to blows with German officers, end a protracted fight followed.  Several cars filled with wounded were  sent to Constantinople."  ...  Major-General, the Hon. Sam. Hughes has advised the Militia Department  that he expects to sail for Canada  this woek. Th. minister had been in  conference with Lord Kitchener nnd  the British war office in regard to tbe  composition of the Canadian foroe,  and it is likely that he will bring  back with him details of the second  contingent, whioh have been awaited  by the Canadian authorities. The militia officials do not expect.that the  Canadian troops at Salisbury Plain  will leave for the front until about  the middle of December, as it will take  that time to complete their training.  ...  Although Germany contends that  Canada, by sending troops ar/ainst  Germany has violated the spirit of  the Monroe Dootrine, Germany has no  intention of attacking Canada nor attempting to colonize the Dominion,  according to a statement issued 'by  the German Embassy at Washington.  This statement waa in amplification of  the view expresaed r>- Count von Bern  storff, German Ambassador, that by  taking part in the war Canadians  had justified an aargressive campaign  against themsolvee.  WHEN YOU BUY MEAT  You want good meat. The  good housekeeper want* to be  ���ure that what she place* upon  the table can be depended upon  (or quality and freahneu.  We are Building Up  a Business  on Satisfaction. We want "you  to Come Again and continue to  come. Therefore, we are careful to give you nothing but the  bett procurable Local Meat.  You can't go wrong if you buy  it at Ludlow's.  We wish to make it plain that we have no connection with  P. Burns & Co* or any other business in town  W. LUDLOW & GO.  Prompt Deliveries Phone 123  WATER STREET (Behind Bank ef Montreal)  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowns 11 a.m.  Leaves Weed-ask 11.30 a.m.  Washing and Repairing  for Men  E. GUIDI, St. Paul Street  is prepared to undertake Laundry  work and Repairing (or Men  Best Work at Reasonable Charges  COLLECTION AND DELIVERY IF REQUIRED  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phon. No. 106  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA.  Kelowna Opera House  Thursday, Noyem'r 5th  ONE DAY ONLY  GEORGE KLEINE  Presents another Marvelous Success  Between Savage  A Thrilling Novelty  A magnificent Wild Animal Photo Spectacle  ADMISSION: Adults, 25c; Children, 10c  Matinee at 3.15. Two shows at night at 7.15 and 9 PAGE POUB  J..' J.L. i  KELOWNA   RECORD  mmmm  THURSDAY, OCTOBBB 9��, 1614  CREDITORS  000.00  lass Merchandise  lit at once  to satisfy the Creditors and Liquidate the Estate  PSWaKSr^TasTMrKfaVi ��"ZESKXiVS3bm*~  At a meeting of Mr. Richmond's creditors over six months ago it was decided  to carry on the business as usual providing enough real estate could be sold  to pay the creditors. Owing to the condition of the real estate market in Vancouver, the assignee finds it impossible to dispose of any property for near it's  value at the piesent time and now must close out this entire stock of High-Class  Merchandise for what it will bring to satisfy all concerned.  Sale will commence on  DAY, OCTOBER  when every article in the store will be placed on Sale at prices  never before heard of in British Columbia  a  Buy Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes at your own prices while this stock lasts  We hope by the sheer force of Low Prices to clear out this stock in  Thirty days. Offers will be received for stockand fixtures en bloc by  W. B. M. CALDER,        R. DONOGHUE,  Manager, Richmond's Store Assignee, Vancouver  i  ���  Richmond's Store  Bernard Avenue,  KELOWNA THUB6DAY, OCTOBEB 99, 1914  1*1   IS I       SIM- III,   - ������  KELOWNA  RBCOBD  txattm.  LADIES WILL BE  INTERESTED  to view our splendid stock of charming and  attractive Silks and dainty Waists which represent careful and experienced buying in the  leading centres.  Fancy Silks  Just to hand a large asssrtment of Fancy  Silks, including Roman Stripes, Black and  White Checks, Scotch Plaids, and in artistic  colorings of all kinds.  Waists  Do not forget to have a look at our waists  when you are buying your new ones. We  have now a very wide range of models in  White Muslin, Organdie, Crepe, and all the  latest shades in Silk.  Jerman Hunt  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  Guaranteed dry wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to tour ricks...$2.75 rick   Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered any whets in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with tha Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 96)  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by using njckelled steel in  FFOaiyS  tootenay  oven. It attracts and holds the  heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McGlary dealer. ���  MADE IN CANADA  On Sale at th* Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Identifying tbe Fallen  Baffle  All the big power, have adapted a  plan, whereby their soldier. ean be  easily identified on the battlefield.  The British soldier has a small oblong card, known officially a. Army  Form B 30rtt, whioh ia stitched in-  eide the funic  On it are entered particular, of the  man's name and regiment, next of  kin, etc. Besides Una, every artiole  of the man's clothing is stamped with  a number whioh oorreepoud. to tne  written opposite his name in the regimental records, a. well as the  county depot of hi. battalion.  The French, who formerly used little aluminum name-plates, which in  war with savages seemed an irre-  ristible attraction to the enemy now  ubo little cards, like the British; but  Austria ���till haa an ornate iuVnlifica-  tion badge ot gun metal, shaped like  a looket, with inside all rurticulars  inscribed on little parchment leaves.  German soldiers carry a metal  disc bearinp a number, whioh correspond, with a number at the Berlin  war offioe. After a battle, number.,  not name, are telegraphed ond verified.  Russians Carry on "Ikon."  The Japanese system is very similar. Eaoh man has three diecs��� one  round his neck, another on hi. wrist-  bolt, and a third in his boot���on each  of which are three numbers corresponding to the wearer's name, rorps,  and brigade respectively, while the  Russian soldier wear, a numbered  badgo shaped like an "ikon"��� .iicred  pioture image��� whioh i. formnlly  blessed by the priests.  The United State, government usee  a simple eloth tab woven into th.  shoulder strap of the tunio.  Italy use. a small zinc plate affixed to tho trousers at the waist, on  whioh are embossed the soldier's  name, place of origin, number, and  date of enlistment, while the Portuguese cavalry soldier has a number  stamped on his spurs, the infantry  hnvinar a similar number stamped on  their leggings.  Turkey alone has no formal identification badr/e. Said Kdhem Pasha,  whon remonstrated with reganl'n--  the omissiom: *A dead mara is of no  use to the Sultan: why, therefore  trouble about him?"  The Tweed*  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  Sanitary at  all times  Call and  inipect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  Changed German Names Into  Nearly 300 Germans in England have  changed their name, for British ones  by legal process since the beginning  of the war. All1 who have done this  are either British born or naturalized  British subjects. No alien is granted  legal authority te change hi. name.  The following are a few of the German name* and the British names  whioh have replaced them, as they  appear in the register kept at the law  eonrti:  KluHmann���Maolaren.  Rosenthal���Bodney.  Kolsoh���Bathunt.  Howite���Howard.  Schnaaok���Mayman.  Schwerzl���Vinoent.  Stahwn.nr  IStowe.  firuntwajr���Grantway.  Koenig���Fingsley.  Dunklesbuhler.���DunSsn.  Soharlieb���Shirley.  Weischenk���Wynne.  Echols���Eooles,  Kusa���Cuss.  Brueggemeyer���Bridges.  A few freopl. contented themselves  with simply translating their German  names. Thus, "Sohloss" became "Castle", and "von Sohwan" locomes  "Blaok." The most ��fIeo;i'-e expression of change of name, nn'.i<anr.lity,  and loyalty is, perhaps, that of the  man who has substituted "King" for  "Kaiser."  Australia ha. the largest creamery  in the world. It ie "oome pumpkin"  if we may judge from the following  description from the pen of an Australian writer*  "A lew weeks ago the big Ilyron  Bay Co-operative Butter Factory in  New South Wale, added another reoord to tho many that it has put up  in the past. It output no less than  200 ton. of butter In seven days. The  season has boen late, owing to a dry  summer, but the rains arriving at  laat characterized the autumn with a  wonderful growth of grass, and the  oows have apparently been trying to  make up for lost time in the lactation  period. Resides the turnover in butter, this factory handle, moro pigs  nor week than any other farmers'  concern in Australia,  "It used to be said that there was  a larger butter factory in America  than the Bvron Bay. But the writer  a couple of years ago tried to get  oarUoulasa for comparative purposes  without success. Apparently the American faotory was satisfied thev did  not oome up to the oolossal AuBtra-  'ion.  "The doublo advantage of tke Byron Bay faotory is that tho wholo of  the money in it belongs to the sup-  ���lliers, who aim. sec that the manago-  mont is entirely in its own hands. An  object lesson to farmers, this concern  is unique."  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eetiraates Furniahed for all claeee.  of work  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliance for concrete  construction of every kind, .nd am  devoting .11 my attention to thi. work,  in which 1 have had many yean*  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildinfjs,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICES RESIDENCE:  Cement fia Riff.' office, Waaoleeley Av.  Ruaiaia Black RicJaler Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF  PARTNERSHIP  Notioe is hereby given that the partnership heretorfore subsisting between  us the undersigned as partner, has  this day. been dissolved.  All debts owing to tho .aid partnership are to be paid to Stanley Her-  riam Simpson, at Kelowna, in the  Province of British Columbia and all  claims against the said Partnership  are to be presented to the said Stanley Morriam Simpson, by whom ihe  samo will be settled and by whom the  business will be oarried on in future.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this first  day of Ootober, A.D., 1914.  0. C. ETTER  S. M. SIMPSON.  "MY VALET-  ^ Suite made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  J. E. THRUSSELL  P. O. Box 621  Opposite Board of Trade Office  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and Mag  about leo feet above th. lake, it command, a beautiful view of th. town, lab. aad surrounding oountry.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  Thar. i. only on. GLENMORE. Don't misa th. opportunity of .electing a few acre, of thia doeirabl.  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KB.OWNA, B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $ 10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.50  Pensylvania Stove - 17.50  Pensylvania Nut        -   17.50  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Card of Thanks  W. F. Muirhead & Co.  wish to Thank the people of Kelowna  and surrounding district for their  liberal patronage during our Opening  Sale. We shall continue to handle  the " Walk-Over,"and J. & T. Bells  goods as well as those of other well-  known manufacturers of Footwear  By conducting a Cash Business we  hope to add to, as well as retain,  W. E. Tait & Co.'s patrons. Our  motto shall always be: " Good Goods,  and prices within the reach of all."  Kelowna's Exclusive Shoe Store  W. F. Muirhead & Co.  ,i  "�����'���*���"' eVeMBPeVBeatW  PAGE SIX  KEI.OWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, OOTOBER 39, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (iucarporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackemithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oata cru.hed.    Fence posli, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, flac, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office :  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12;   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 neon.  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274 PHONE 5  Bargains for Saturday  All kind' of Household Hardware on  Special Bargain Counters at slaughter  prices. Also Special Discount on Hrat-  ing* Stoves & Ranges for Saturday only  Morrison-Thompson  Phone 44       ^(^1*6   Co., Ltd.  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now compUtsly equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. T. Luwson will receive with  Mrs. iiowolitte on Tuesday; i\ov. 3rd.  ....  Alios Aborcombie returned yesterday  from 1'uachlaud.  ...  "European Armies in Aotion" is tho  font ura' picture at tho Opera llouso tonight, (Thursday).  ...  The Kolowna Study Club will hold  its roKiilar mooting on Thursday evening, (Nov. oth at the home of Mrs. A  M. Dalgloish, tilenn avenue.  ...  Mrs. Margaret Bouch arrived or  Monduy afternoon from Spokane to  spend the winter with her sister, Mrs.  lleo. Dillon.  ...  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rcekio unci  daughter, accompanied by Mr. una!  Mrs. Mctirogor left Wednesday bv auto  for a visit to Tappon, near Salmon  Arm.  ...  Mr. P, IS, Corby of Kelowna was  foreman of tho jury at the Vernon assizes laBt wook whioh tried King for  tho murder of Berryman at Lumby.  A verdict of not guilty waB brought in  ...  Owing to tho big task involved in  tho overhauling and remarking ol  Uichmond's stook it has been founal  necessary to postpone tho salo which  was advertised to start Friday   until  noit Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.  ...  The Kelowna Volunteer Firo Brignda  havo decided to hold their seventh annual ball and supper in Morrison's  Hall on Thursday, Nov. 26th. Thc  proceeds    are to bo donated lo     thi  Bonovolent society.  ...  News has reached this city from  Milwaukee of tho marriage of Mr.  Harry Dillon, son of (ieo. Billon, ol  this city to MisB Mamio Sibbly, whi  wns also n resident r.f this oity until  about three weeks ago, when, accompanied by hor sister and Mr. Dillon,  thoy loft for Milwaukeo where tle.v  woro met by Mr. Maxey who is engaged in railway work at that place.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Dillon will mako their  home in Milwaukee, where Mr. Dillon  has secureal n position with the railway compnny.  WAR MOWS  l\  I'ICTl'RKS  In addition to tho "Million Dollar  Mystery" whioh iu druwing largo audiences to tho Operu llouso every Saturday tho Universal Weekly is proving  another vory attradivo feature. Many  intoreBting Bido lights on tho European war aro given in the piotures,  which aro arriving regularly [rom Europe every week. This weeks' views  include a patriotio demonstration by  tho cadetB of London Military Academy, President Foincaro presenting  war colors to a French regiment, an  acoident to a British Engineers' Corps  at Canohe River, Franco; Kaisor Wilhelm inspecting crack regimentB ol  Germany; cartoons bv Hy. Mayer and  other picturos of timely interest.  BETWEEN -SAVAGE AND TIGER  Auothor Big Kleine Feature Pioture  The most exoiting and thrilling photo drama that Mr, Georgo Kleine has  ever produoed in this country is his  lntest suocesB, "Between .Savage and  Tigur", a magnificent six part production by the fines Company of Italy. It presents a story of adventure  and romance in the jungles of India  that fairly bristles with action and  keep, the spectators in a constant  state of feverish interest and enthusiasm. Tigers, water-buffalo, antelope,  savages and all tho other wild elements witb which tho jungles of India abo*ind are utilized in rounding  out a consistent talo of gripping interest. It is the first big modern  produotion that Mr. Kloine has imported and illustrates tho versatility  of the Cincs Company. Aocording to  all accounts, no animal, jungle or adventure story thnt haB thus far beon  seen in this country- earn camiparo with  "Betwoon Snvngo and Tiger". ThiB  remarkable entertainment is to be seon  here for the first time next Thursday,  Nov. 5th at the Opera House.  The engagement will be limited to  one day only and three performances  will be given, one in the afternoon  and two at night. The nricos will be  twenty-five centa for adults and ten  oents for ohildren.  Major Clarke    paid a brief visit to  tho oity last week end.  ...  The Benevolent Sooiety will meet  Monday next, Nov. Snd in the English church mission hall at 3 p.m.  ...  Mr. Wm. Morris    was removed     to  the    hospital     last evening  suffering  from an attaok of appendicitis.  ...  Mrs. Robt. Duncan returned ou Monduy from a visit to relative, at Calgary.  Mr. J. M. Doyle, general su"orinten  dent, of I'. Burns as Co., Ltd.,    Calgary and Mr. J.  II. Smith, of     Vernon, spent tho week end ia town,  ...  Mrs. Loutil and family of Selkirk,  Man., who have been the guests during tho summer of Mrs. Reekie left  Wednesday morning for home. They  were accompanied as far a.   Sicamous  by Atiss Reekie.  ...  Sit vices in tho Methodist ohuroh on  Sunday will be conducted by tire pastor. Tho morning theme ia "Tie  Churoh's Business and How to Do It':  and the topic, for th. evening "Start  ing Life with a Social Handicap."  ...  A serious acoident happened Tuesday to Mr. .1. Dayton Williams, at  Salmon Arm, resulting in a broken  leg. Mr. Williams who was in Salmon  Arm, in the course of his business. aB  district agent for the Mason & Kisoh  Co., was fixing a sign when the lad  dor slipped and he fell to the ground  sustaining a fracture ot the lower leg.  He was removed to tho hospital at  Salmon Arm whoro ho lies at present  Mrs. Williams went up from Kelowna  Wednesday morning.  ...  Thoro is a very groat possibility  that the local tobacco industry will be  revived during tho coming spring. Mr  E. A. Kleine< of Younghcart 4- Co.,  a large firm of Montroal cigar manufacturers is in town this week in negotiation with tho liquidator! in  charge of the affairs of the B.N.A.T.,  Co., the result of which will be awaited with interest. In the merit-time a  meeting of all interested in the growing of tobacco has been called lor tonight in tho Board of Trade looms  at 8 o'clock, and at 'this meeting Mr.  Kloine will put forward a proposal lo  individual growers which it is hoped  will mako it possible to grow tobacco nt n good profit to the" farmer.  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  (From our own OorraarMBdaat.)  In spite of the dry summer season  Mr. G. C. Browse is buBy cutting an  A-l crop of fodder corn.    The     land  is in fine shape for autumn work.  ...  Mr. L. Evoritt who has the contract for telephone poles is at Nahun  and making his way south, striking  the road in readiness to pushing    on  operations.  Benvoulin Notes  (from our owe OorrssDondanM  Rev. 0. 0. Main, M.A.. B.D. of Vornon will conduct the usual service in  Bethel Presbyterian ohuroh on Sunday eveninp-. Nov. 1st.  ...  Don't forget tho "Winter Locturo  Course". The first lecture in the  series will be given on Tuesday evening Nov. 3rd at 8 o'olock, by Mr. R.  B. Kerr, of Kelowna. Subieot: "Pro-  groBs."    Everybody como.  Hlnti on Hair Health  Myoti use oar traafaiat, w tag  either stop your hair IromYalllng of  W for the treatoeitf ourselves.  Dandruff la a oontadoua dlmM  caused try a miorolw, which if not  removed cause, baldness. Thii  mlorob. often coma! from a comb  or brush raala��.|ing to Kmeone alas,  If you are troubled witb dandruff.  Itohtni acalp, falling hair, or baldnaaa.  w. MM thatUaxaU "��3" Hffi  Tonio will do more than anythini eta.  to remove th. d.ndruB, destroy tha  ���snn. make th. aoalp healthy and  atop falling hair, and, If thenlis any  !"���!<'.? "���V00'*. ���>��> Bran*  growth of new hair,  Wa boll.��� that probably 06 ns  cent of th. case, of battalia ooSrl  b. overcome it paonl. would only  us* Rexall "S3" Hair Tonio fota  reuronable time, aa directed.  Vie don't want you to take oat  word for thia. W. want you to taut  tb. merit! of Rexall "to" Hail  Tonic at our rink. If you us. it and  It does not give aaUafacuon, lint  coma baok to ua and tell ua, and wa  youru  W. are dependent upon your ootv  frdonoa and patronai., and wa would  not make thee, claims, or make thi!  S!S.I'J*? did DOt Min' ��h��* R"��H  ' W" Hair Tonic Is Ihe vary b��t hals  preparation you oan use. Two auweof  bottle* too and 11.00. 1 ,  You oan buy Kvmum'mf' Hair Took  la this community onbTat our Ware;  P. B. WILLITS 4  n*  CO.   Bernard Av..  Tbcr.il . R.iall Btor. ia nearly evanr t  and oity la tb. United BUIaa, Canada  Great Britain.   Then II a dun  Retail  Remedy for nearly every ordinary human UI ���  ~   lUltydealsnad for lira ravtloular Ut  enoh aiKaecl.  (ortrWiUI  It la Teaxammpiaded,  The Kaxall Stan, an Arrurtr**e Qnrtaal  i  CHARMING  JEWELS  TO ENHANCE YOUR  CHARMS  WOMAN'S DUTY IN THIS WORLD IS TO LOOK BEAUTI-  FUL. ADD TO YOUR NATURAL CHARMS THE FASCINATION  OF GLITTERING JEWELRY. IT WILL YIELD PLEASURE TO  YOURSELF AND A GREAT DELIGHT TO OTHERS. OUR  STORE GLEAMS WITH PRETTY OBJECTS IN GOLD AND  SILVER AND PRECIOUS STONES. BUY YOUR JEWELRY  FROM US. WE DON'TCARRY THE CHEAP, TAWDRY STUFF,  BUT HONEST GOODS HONESTLY PRICED.  WM. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA. B.C.  HALLOWEEN GROCERIES  Good things for the kiddies to eat when celebrating on  Halloween. Let them have lots of Fruit, lots of Candy,  and it will do you good to see thsm enjoy themselves  playing the old-fashioned games.  Sweet juicy oranges,  per doz. ..40c; 3 doz..$l  Apples: Mclntoih Red (the  best eater*) per box....$t  .��**[ y Jonothan! $1  ?*JS Ripe Pears 8 lbs. 25c  Grapes 3 lbs. 25c  Best of all-Sweet fresh ci-  infltfl ^er m'^e ''oin ���������e'cted  a\ | Sf Mcintosh applei.gal. 50c  Almonds Walnuts Filberts Peanuts  Chocolate. All kinds at  40c per Ib.  Good mixed candy at  25c per Ib.  Chocolate Bars, Cadbury's  and Neilson's Milk Chocolate nut bars. Nugat,  Maple, Pecan, etc 5c  TRY SUNBEAM TEA, ITS GOOD ��� 50c lb.  Poole's Bread and Pastry  Don't overlook the fact that we endeavor to keep a supply  of these toothsome eatables constantly on hand  Plain, Sugar and Currant Buns and Fresh Scones, per doz... 15c  Macaroons, Doughnuts, Sponge Cakes, Madiera Cakes, &c.  Fresh comb Honey, per square...: 25c and 30c  Extracted clover Honey,   The home product, absolutely pure  Per quart sealer... 90c; per half-gallon $1.75  Olives, Pickles, Catsup, Sauces, in all leading varieties  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh I  Phon* Thi-M Oh  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  -  104 THUB8BAaY, octobbu'm, 1��U  KELOWNA  UtCOU)  pagw aivut  MONALAND   *  SSS CARDS      *��  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor!,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc  ! MELOWNA. s B.C  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Selioiror,  Notary Public.     ���  KELOWNA. B.C.  WEDDELL & QRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  .NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, WUllt's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  M.mU> af tha B.C. SoeUtr of AraJiattet.  Architect  Kalowna, B.C.  P.O. Box. 909  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. bra 5* Phon. 4602  Kalowna, B.C.  C. Harwy, BA, Sc, CE., D.LS., B.C.L.3.,  CHARLES  HARVEY,  aVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phon. 147. P.O. Boa 291  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD  BOYD  haa raaumad hi. taaching cl.aaea and will  receive  pupil,  a. before in hi. atudio-  1 rencb Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  ilUTUH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Sac.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceuor  Survara and Raport. on Iriraarloa Work.  AspUcMrVaa. ler Watar Lactam  KELOWNA, B.C  H. C. ROWUY F REYNOLDS  A.M. laat. C.E., A.M. Can. Soc CE.        B.C.LS.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Suroeuora  Watar Saipplr, Irrigation, Saibdaviaion., arc  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  CENTIST  r. 0. Haia at* Teoaa II  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ta BUILDER  Plans and Specification! Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Tov.Ti and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Fall Bulk  We have just received our import shipment and consider  ourselves very lucky  If you want any we  would advise getting  in your order early  Hyacinths  All color.  Snow Drops  Narcissus  Daffodils  Crocus  Tulips  Bedding and Forcing  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna, B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 rick. ...   $2.75 par rick  5 rick, or upward.- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Par rick    ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  S. W.THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  IQummmmmmVVuSmum.  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Mwnaia mar be l.ff al tk. otic, of  Mum. Rattenbury tt WIlBama  Mr.W. H.PARKER, A. R.C.G.  (Aaaoct.tr Royal Cpllii. ol Ortaniat.  Otsanlat ol St. Mich..] or All Ani.la'  Church, receiv.s Pupil, lor  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Stifling,  Theory, Sc,  al hi. own or pupila' r.aidenc.  P.O. Ba�� 641. Telephone 12  Addraaa Abbott Stool  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG 00.  Chlaew MwakaMa and Eraiplornaerar Oftca  V<-*m&r^a&��3*n  ���nrS4rS*r Tfc*M  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIMO  REGULATIONS  Coal misiag right* ol las Dominion  Manitoba, Saakatobswan aad AJkar-  ta, tha Yukon Territory, the North-  wMt Torritorie., and in a portion of  tk* 1'Mvinoe ot Britiib Columbk, may  b* leased lor a Urm of tmnty-oa*  yean at an annual rental of tl an  acta. Not moro than 2,5Sd aorai  will be leaned to on* applioant.  Application! for tha lsaa* must be  mad* by the applioant In persoa to  th* Agent or Sub-Agent of the diitrlot  in whioh the rightt applied for at*  situated.  In aurveyad territory the land muat  be deacrifced by seotlana, or legal sub  dsviiion* of auction., and in uniurviy-  ad territory th* traot applktd lor  ahall b* atakad out by tb* applioant  kimnll.  Each application muat ba aooora-  panlad by a fee of |S which will be  refunded if the rights applied lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty .hall be paid on th* mar-  ohaatabl* output of the min* kt Ut*  rat* of live oenta per ton,  Th* parson operating th* niiie .ball  furniih th. agiat with sworn ratirn.  rtooounting (or ihe full quantity ot  nurohantabt* ooal mined and pay tb*  royalty th*r*oa. If tb* ooal raising  right* an aot bring oparaUd, luch  ntura* ahall b* larnisW at Uast  ono* a year.  Th* laa*. will inshids th* ooal min-  iag sight* only, but th* lean, may  b* pwmittwl to purchase whatever  .vmd.br. auriao* right, may be eon-  *ld*r*d neonaary (or tk. working ol  th* mm* at th* rate of $10 an aore.  For full Information application  should fa* mad* to the *Mrat*iy of  th* Department of th.' Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion land*.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the InUrl.r.  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  thi* idnrtimml will aot b* p.M for  P.O. Bex 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER 4 CONTRACTOR  Plana,  Sp��tfication.   and   Eatlm.1."  Furral.had  Bowling  The game, in the Dreamland League  continue to draw large audierioes oi  enthusiast's fans to the alley, eaoh  night and the keen; but friendly rivalry existing between the team, afford  much enjoyment for all. The games  are steadily showing the improvement  the advancement of the season en-  suras, and no one team seems at present to have any firm hold on the  pennant. The teams appear to be  fighting at about equal strength as  th. league standing below will testify.  At times a team takes a .maiden  snturt or weakens materially and in  thia way aome surprises occur whioh  cause no little excitement. This week  th. Mission tiaam have furniahed the  surprises. On Tuesday evening, rolling in spleadid form the Union took  the measure of tb* Pastimes in two  of tho three games, thereby milling  themselves well up and within eaay  roach of the other teams just ahead.  The   Boars   continue    to bold drat  place but are being crowded hard by  those immediately following.  Following    are    the soores for     the  nust week:  a       .  Oa Thursday evening the Pelican,  gave the Bears their first defeat' and  took tbe first two games, losing the  final contest by only 6 pins. Following ar? the score*:  PELICANS  .). Patterson . .    .132 169 182-473  Watt 122 118 125-365  Harvey 136 104 97-337  Panton 163 173 132-^168  Dalgleish 187 118 114-380  Totals  i. 710 872 650-2032  BEARS  Soresby 109 117 134-360  Patten  147 106 104-057  Hallauer 185 142 190-447  MoLeod 121 144 157-422  McCubbin 134 119 141-394  Totals  696   62H   666-1980  The Royals took two from tho Starlights Friday night.   11a* scores:  STARLIGHTS  Shicdel  134 143 101-398  W. Pettigrew . .    .135 166 187-188  B. Treadgold .... 117 120 133-370  Madden 132 106 96-334  Itossi 140 159 179���178  Totals 658 694 716-2068  ROYALS  Marquet 125 126 108-359  it. Johnston 140 108 119-367  I'arne 142 11.7 124-383  D. Patterson .... 158 197 126-181  Coatee 213 158 179-550  Totala 778  706  656-2140  .      .  Tho Pelicans are coming strong. On  Mondav night they took three straight  fmin the Royals by good scores:  ROYALS  Marquet  129 1C7 131-377  Cnrne  129 94 116-339  D. Patterson .... 97 156 150-403  R. Johnston .... 88 122 161-374  C'oates  162 149 186-197  Totals 605 648 717-1990  PELICANS  J. Patterson .... 128 171 128-427  Watt HI 127 169-408  Hanvev 164 156 110-420  Panton 183 167 1A9-519  Dalgloish 146 161 188-495  Total. 723  782 761-2269  .     .  Th. Pastimes met their Waterloo on  Tuesday    evening    when the Missions  took them into eamp twice:  PASTIMES  Gibb 133   116 148-427  Willits 120   150 140-410  Saverdfager 145   106 155-406  L.  l".ttigrew  ....  125   121 137-383  Purdy    155   165 156-476  Totals 678 588 738-2102  MISSION  Stubbs 139 149 193-481  Renfrew 9S 1M 104-29J*  Matllam IS* 1M >��-3���  Rarnoby 107 Wo' 146-391  Baldwin 1��1 1��8 9"0-*59  Total* 635 889  785-2079  .     .  On    Wednesday    night the Beavers  captured two "am*. Irom the Dreamland, with tb* following scores:  BEAVERS  Butt 126 130 109-385  Weat  146 98 104-348  Ehnt  IT?, 138 187-482  Kerr 180 124 lo3-457  O'Neil 151 178 150���470  Total! 780 606 085-2131  DREAMLANDS  Parker 133 110 134-377  Brown 135 112 106-353  Bulges 143 134 159-436  A. Cohnton 161 153 159���474  H. Treadgold .... 185 148 153-484  Total. 758 656 711-2124  LEAGUE smNDING  Th* following standing include! all  gamaa played np to the end il lest  week:  r   w .L-pct.  Bears * 13 9 #-.760  Drwmlandi ..,..*�� 8 4-.086,  Pastimes 9 6 S-.M6  Pelican. 12 �� fl-JSOO  Bcayea a> * ��**fl ...   0 4 5���.444  I WHEN BUYING YEAST I  INSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE  JaiBHiiraiia.'-  uHW&h  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  KoyaU 12 5 7���.415  HtarHir.iU 9 2 7���.222  Miwion    9 2 7���.222  *     *  NEXT WEEKS' GAMES  Nov. 2.���Slurlit;hta vs I'm*...maa.  Nov. 3.���Droamlands va Royals.  Nov. 4.���Mission vb BeavsrH.  Nov. 5.���Bears vs Pastimes.  Nov. 6.���Pelicans vs Beaveri.   ���   BOWLING CHALLENGE  Purine this week a bowline challenge  waa posted at the Dreamland Alleys  by the "Oxley Hume", to any en-eery  store in the city. This challenge was  immediately taken un by the ('amp-  bell Company and whon they sought  to arrange dates for ihe contest no  arrangements could be made with the  eh alien errs who has suddenly developed an attack of "buck fever" and  hurrying to iho alleys altered the  challenge so that it now reads; "The  Oxley Bums challenge the McKenzie  Co., to play any old time for money  or marbles." Better be careful 'John'  they may accept.   ���   William C. Hopkinson, chief assistant to Malcolm Reid, in the immigration inspection servico at Vancouver,  was shot dead in tin* Vancouver court  house by a Hindu last Thursday. His  assassin was immediately arrested by  the police. Hopkinson'!) assassination  was not altogether a surprise, for it  had been known that his life had been  threatened time and again. Ho was  very active in handling the Hindu  Question at the time of the reont  Hindus' visit to Vancouver. He was  a very clever officer, and exercised  ���Teat influence among tho Hindus. He  was at ono time connected with the  notice force at Calcutta, and could  speak the Hindu language like a native.  Hi  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSES/LOUR  The World's Best  Send for Five Roses  Cook Book"-  COUPON  WriM'Nam MtJ  AtUrM   dainty.  Oont fortM nmdkm T��n Canto  BEING A MANUAL OP GOOD RECIPES cardifff  ohom Irom lhe eWitritnitions ot over two thooMrid  weccMftil unAi Five Rota Flour throughout Canada.  Abo Useful Notes on lhe virion etuw* mi good thinga  to **L all ot which havo beers carefully checked ajt*J  leohecked by oompateat authority.  W. R. GLENN & SON, Agents   -    Kelowna, B.C.  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoea, Gripi, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnetsmaker  Phone -.347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store  Fall Clearance Sale  of Wagons, Carriages, Farm Implements, Gas Engines and Harness  On account of being overstocked we are going to  offer our entire $30,000 High-Class Stock at a  20 per cent, reduction.   Sale to commence on  Monday, October 26  and lasting for two weeks  If you are in need of any class of  machinery for your next season's  operations, it will pay you to buy  from us now  20  PER CENT.  REDUCTIONS  We are making no exceptions.   *��^2Er w  carry the same Reduction.   Rawember the date and take advantage of a genuine sale  Kelowna Implement Company, Ltd.  m  t^.^flfa PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, MM  r  v.  WANTED! 1  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Prepaid Hates: 2 cents per word  first insertion anil 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., in*  aerteai for less than 26 cents.  Hrs. J. H. Davies   will be at   Mr.  i Mathie'a (over tailor shop, I'aadozi  .t.reet) between the hours of 1.:'0 and  6 p.m., Saturdav ol each week to nreet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 626, Kelowna. *HI.  All a-lassified advertisements must be  paid lot in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging, of  small ttams.  Cop. may be received for these ads  up tat II) a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR   SALE  HAY I'OR SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okatingan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Han It. Mtf  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  aad lut, 11260, olosa ia. Apply Hox  Ut  K lowna. liltl-  FOR SALE.- Pure Bred young Berk-  shirt pig.. Also two seated nirreyin  gooal condition. Apply L*tli. Dilworth. 30tl.  FOR HALE.��� Uood  motor  car,    five  patisengor.    1'rico $250.     Apply Box  M" Record.  41tf.  FOR SALK.���Horse, buggv und hur-  noss. Price J110.00 J, R. Tutt, Telo-  lalmiaaa  22U2. 46 !t  FOR SALE.���IB-foot steel liiunch in  first class condition, riheap, For  pnttia-nlars address Box ti02, Kelow-  nu. 47tf.  FOR SALE.���Oliver tvpowrltor, nearly  new, oheap, 16-inoh oarriago, Apply  P.O.  Haix 02. 4!)  FOR SALE.���Good railolt cow, 5 verar  i.ld. JJIKI. Also labia- anil feed Oar  raats   lalial   tart acllaaki-*.    C,   T.   D.   KuS  irell. 49-Blp  TO RENT  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rant $12.00 per mo  Apply IV. H. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtf  FOR RENT.���7-roona housa', furnished  Batlti-oom, complete, Urpaa basetn-jut.  Apply J. Toald, Abbott St. 46tf  TO ItKNT.���At ona-a' niatala-rn fairnisheal  house, lleasonablo terms. Annly P-  I),  lla.x 1121. IU  TO RENT.���Furnished laaause, li i-aaaim.  Ruth and modern oonvenlencos. Apply  P.O.   Ilaax  863. 40  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED.���By young man,    situation  on ranch.  Apply  Box  "R"    Record  WANTED.���Situation us help by ox-  perlenood young truly. Apply Box 'K'  Recoral office. lOp  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES    TAKEN   FOR    PASTURE  anal fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch. 43tf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate rumh  with hatuse and orchard coming into  bearing next year. Must be staid  Immediately. Genuine lmya-r con  make own terms. Apply Box "0"  Record. -lVtf  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 6 p.m.,  at the residence of S. M. Gore, Patterson Av,  Public invited.    Lending library.   ���  W. B. PEASE.  President  S. M. GORE, Sec.  P.O. Box 382  GRAY'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  Is open on  Thurday  Friday &  Saturday  ,10 am. to 5 p.m.  New mounting, have arrived���and  will ple.ae you  Rowcliffe Block .h^aTS...  Kelowna Poultry Show  November 25th, 26th and 27th  GET YOUR BIRDS READY  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER ��c CONTRACTOK  .Plan, and Eetrmatee  Finishing work * rrptcialay  Ortc.: No. 6. Crowley Blook, Kelowna  P.O. Bo. 511  Registered  Jersey Bull  MONARCH  Four-year-old. Standing for si-rvice  Glenview Dairy  Phone 2302 J. B. Fisher  City of Kelowna  REBATE ON TAXES  Notice is hereby given that tlio period within which the ono*slxth rebate  is allowed on city taxats expircB on  31st Ootober. Interest nt the idle ol  12 per cent, will bat oharged on unpaid  local improvements, und 8 por cent  ou atther unpaid taxant.  Tho collector's office will lie open  (torn 7 lo 10.80 p.m., Saturday, October 31st, ftiMho convenience of tax  payers unnble lo be in _ town    during  offioe hours.     G, H. DUNS,  City Clerk.  October filh.  1914. 46-!)  PIANO TUNING  Mr. K. UoGeorge, ou.lv auUuirized  Inner and regulator for Mason ot  Risch, Ltd., throughout Iho Okanagan  Valley will bo in Kolowna and abstract  during tho next two weeks. Orders  left witb Mr. Crawford, stationer, will  receive prompt and oarofu   attention.  Speoial attontion given to all kinds  of player pianos. 47-0  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Also First-Class Hay  Thos. Bulman  Willits Block  Phonea 306 & 3206  4W  Warning  Shooting it forbidden on Cloverdale  Ranch. Any person found carrying fire  arini on any of my property will be prosecuted. This is found necessary on  account of the loss of valuable ahimals  attributed to careless shooting,  48tf THOS. BULMAN  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland   White'   Egg,    Walton   and  Brooks strain, English Penciled, $2.50 to $5  America Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Also two fine young Bronze Turkey Toms  $5 each.  Appy  Mrs. E. A. DAY, Kelowna  48-55p  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER At CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOU3ES FOR SALE  all fitted with Bath Room.,  W.C., hot water, Arc.  P.O. Box IBS  Frank Knapii  Bool & She Repairer  NEXT TO TAIT'S  SHOE STORE, ON  BERNARD AVNE  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repair!  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppoait. tk. Baarbuik Motor Cani.  aararaaaaaaaaaaaajariaa  ���HW  Important Notice  RICHMOND'S STORE  Will not open on Friday, 30. Owing  to the large stock the adjusters find it  impossible to get through in time.  Creditors' SALE  WILL START ON  Tuesday Nov, 3rd  R. DONOGHUE,  Assignee  nsEBcrssi  iKo*c^o*o-��pf'��^ omw***o-r" oetec *o^cr;io^^DJ)a*��oB��t��tecei'  LIMITED  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  If you want a Good Joint of Meat (something like  you used to get at home), come in and let our  Mr. Jack Powick, an English meat cutter from  Worcester, supply you with any Old Country  Cuts desired  WATCH OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS  Have  our  driver  call  for  your  orders or Phone 135  They will save you money  Business as Usual  The only difference being that we need money even  more than usual. Guess everyone is suffering from  the same complaint from what we hear, and as we have  no money to give you. we give you a chance to save  some of what you already have, and the saving is on    something we all must have. ���������������  Potatoes. No. I Stock, 100 lbs. tu the sack ..$1.40 per alt.  Onions, small size, good stock, none much lugger  than an er>g. The ideal size for boiling 75c. per sk.  Carrots, Beets, Turnips. Cabbage, Parsnips 15 lbs. for 25 c  Celery, nice bleached stock  3 lbs. for 25c  Artichokes, you should try them    8 lbs. for 25c  Also Green Peppers, Cauliflower, Squash, Pumpkins  and .Marrows nt vtty   easy   piica-s.  Apples at all prices, all kinds, the choicest... 75c to $ I per box  Oranges, nice large ones 35c. ptr dozen  Oranges, small size 25c. per dozen  Lemons, good stock 35c. per dozen  Bananas 40c. per dozen  Cranberries 15c. per Ib.  Hot-house Crapes, Carnations, Violets.  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Qulity 4 Service our Motto.  5 per cent. Discount for Cash  Monthly account* nett  ^o33KV^w*v^vjftv^ (t^w^IcwCBlw^v j|0C8tdCW9^  SPECIAL  SEVEN DAY SALE  Heretofore it has been the custom with this store to confine to Two Sales in the year���MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE  and JANUARY STOCK-TAKING. We are, however, departing a little this season from our former custom and  feel that, in spite of the grert upheaval in Europe and the money stringency in consequence thereof, people will  need Winter Supplies, and we think this an opportune time to fill your requirements. You will find very few    merchants willing to make such material reductions on an advancing market        ���  ���4b.  SATURDAY  October 31st  Men's Suits  Men's and  Boys' Boots  Women's, Misses' and Children's Coats .  Ladies'and Misses cloth dresses  Ladies' Blouses  THURSDAY  November 5th  Men's Gloves &  Mitts  Mens Neckwear  Bed Spreads,  Sheets & Pillows  Comforters  Towels and  Toweling  MONDAY  November 2nd  Women's Girls'  and Misses'  Boots & Shoes  All lines of  Hosiery  Ladies' Underwear  Men's Shirts  Boys' Suits  FRIDAY  November 6th  Curtain Material  Flannelettes  Art Sateens  ' Skirts  Men's Hats and  Caps  Men's Fancy  Vests  TUESDAY  November 3rd  Men's Sweaters  Men's Heavy  Sox  Blankets  Flannelette  Underwear  Silk Dresses  SATURDAY  November 7th  Overcoats  Men's Flannel  Shirts  Corsets  Ladies' Collars  Dress Goods  Silks  WEDNESDAY  November 4th  Boys' and Chil-  drens' Sweaters  & Sweater Coats  Infants' Wear  Kimonas  Men's Underwear  Boys' Overcoats  While sale lasts many remnants and odd lines will be  displayed on special tables.  Note prices on different lines  in Mailed Potters  Thomas  Lawson  Limited

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