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 VOL VI,  NO. 51.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914.���8 PAGES  It '    if i"  $1.50 Per Annum  CAPTURED GERMAN FLAGS IN    PARIS ^B  Several German flags, captured by the French in northern France and  Belgium, being taken into the "Inval'ides" in-Paris to be placed among the  Frenoh wax trophies. In this building are many relics ol the war of 1870.  The "Invalides    is shown in the background.  Regular Meeting  There was a full attendant*), at last  Friday morning's meeting of the city  council.  Ssvorai matters oi correspondence  wars dealt with, the lirst being a letter born Mr. It. L. Campbell Brown,  who is the possessor ot a golden eagle  which hs captured alive'during August  last. He offered to loan it indefinitely to tke city ior exhibition in the  park, with the probability that he  would never require it again. Tiie oi-  hr ��M.rslerrsd to tke Perkreommit-  .|*ey ���;'-���  A letter waa sutmutted by tk* chief  of polios irom the Salvation Army  Beeouo Home at Vancouver, asking  that some provision be made (or tbe  rrrtintfsisnrrs oi ��� woman sent bom  Kelowna aad order fay the magistrate  to be detained in the home. The letter  was held over for a week.  Ths chief constable submitted his,  usual monthly report ior October.  During ths month there had been only  five minor eases before tbe magistrate.  Two persons had been interdicted lor  habitual dnrakenness. Four dogs had  been destroyed, and there was one lire  to report. The total fines collected  had amounted to 1146.00 Trade li-  I esBoss had been paid to the amount  oi loo and road taxes 1134.  In Us report the chief stated that  on Ootober 3rd, twenty-seven sample*  ol wines aad spirits had been taken  boat the three city hotels and handed  to the city clerk to be forwarded to  the coast tor analysis.  Ob Ootober 91st, the tires of loiir  tricycles standing in front oi th* Club  had been malioiously slashed by some  evil disposed person, who must lava  either Mali rasor or a vary . sharp  kail*. -Up to the present it had been  , imposaibU to discover the perpetrator  oitH��Sot.  Oat ths 94th a raid was made on the  . premises oi Liang Koi on Eli avenue.  and a Quantity oi prepared opium and  pipe, and soale* found. The proprietor and another man lound there were  arrested and "charged with keeping an  opium Joint. Thay were let out on  bail ior 180 and ISO which a* "they  did not turn up'ior trial was forfeited  to th* city.  Complaints, it was states' had been  reoeived by the Park committee that  birds and animals in ths Park v/>  ��� being tormented bv children poking at  them with (ticks through the bars ol  their' cage*. In on* case a dog ' had  got into a cage and nearly kitted a  valuable Asiatic pheasant. The hope  was expressed that parents would instruct their ohildren not to interfere  with the interesting zoological speoi-  mens now confined in the park.  All Qerman and Austrian subjects,  the report, conoludod, who had tu  required to register .last September  were now under polioe surveillance and  had all reported as ordered, ani although greatly interested m the important events taking place in Europe  and elsewhere, had so far gone about  their business as'usual and caused no  trouble.  New Fire Truck Beady For Uee  Mayor Jons* reported that, the new  auto lire truck wa*���ready for dedvery  Fire Chlel Jenkins had recommended  that rubber footings be plaesd on the  truck and oertain.improvements made  to tb* entrance to the' fir* halt to la-  clHtate its removal In and oat oi thai  building. Hs had also .uggested that  tb* oounoil eoBsidsr th* qusstton    ol  engaging a chauffeur to run the fire  truck and also to keep the hose end  fire hall in good condition.  The oounoil authorized the alterations to the entranos to the fire hr.ll  and also the purchase of ruhbc footings and a jet of ohains. A. to tbe  chauffeur the committee were requested to obtain mil particulars of the  dutios of such a person and the remuneration he would require.     .  Ths point was raised as to whether  the new truck would not entitle the  city to some reduotion in fire insurant* rates, and Alderman Kattenbury  was requested to obtain from the  Board oi Underwriters a statement of  the conditions upon which a reduction  oould be obtained.  Mention wa* made of tbe .lamentable  death oi Mrs. D�� Ladus, a*o bad  been keM m high esteem in the city,  and as she Was also the wife of a  former member, oi the oounoil a resolution was passed that a massage' of  sympathy be sent to the bereaved  family.  A letter, was read. from the B. C.  Anti-Tuberculosis Society stating that  they were in urgent need of funds ��itli  which to continue their work in the  sanatorium, and requesting the council to give any assistance they could.  Ia view oi the very urgent nature of  the appeal the oounoil decided ��� a} make  a grant of $50. This was Ion dollora  less than the usual annual domtvion.  Before the meeting adjourned the  city clerk gave an interesting report  of the recent convention of the Union  of B. C. Municipalities which ho had  attended as a delegate on .behalf of  the city.  At the commencement of the . convention/ reported Mr. Dunn the lot  lowing resolution was sent to H.it.H.  the Duke ol Connaught:  "The'Union of British Columbia Municipalities in convention assembled,  consisting of representatives of practically every organised local authority  in this province, beg to assure you  el the undying devotion and attachment ol this prbvinoe to His Majesty's  Crown and person. We are pleased to  note the entire absence oi party politics in the speeding ol Canada'*, lirst  contingent lor our war against aggression;' proud that His Majesty ths  King has 'aooepted our sons for his  servioe; glad to assure your Highness  that British Columbia oan and will  double or quadruple our endeavors il  neosasary."        .";'  This resolution waa unanimously  passed by a standing vote and the  singing oi the National Anthem, and  a copy ol same ordered to be telegraphed to the Governor-General.  Amongst the more important resolutions' affecting municipalities paased by|  the convention were the following:  "That the term ol offioe ior Mayor  and Aldermen, Reeve and Councillors,  be for two years." When this resolution was passed the convention had  in view the retirement of a portion ol  a oounoil annually, similar to the  msssut regulations rjovcrnina.' Hie  term of office ol school trustees.  "That the government be urged ,16  amend the "Trustee Aot" so as to  authorise the investment ��f Trust  lund* in the debentures or stocks ol  British Columbia Municipalities with  out Requiring that thev be guaranteed  bv the government."  "That this convention reoommend  the provincial government to issue  4t per oent:, provincial stook, the  date of oavment to be such that municipalities mav, at their option, Invest their sinking funds in same."  "That an uniform- rate of interest  should be charged on all' taxes in arrears,   bs   that    rate, eight, ten or  twelve per cent." .   ���  "That tax sale notioes be Issued on  ol   before 1st    April instead of   1st  In compliance  with the council-* hv  War News Continues favorable  to tee Allied Forces  Steady Advance Continues is Vt'est ��� Russians Victorious in  East Prussia   ���   Raise's Forces Must Soon  Defend Germany Agaitut Invasion  News from the war seems to bo^ lies' Unci, and every night .ted Cross  gradually taking on a better tone,, trains /hove been siala-tnuuaal to aland although the struggle continues low regiment after regiment to hasten  with terrific violence it is beoom'ng to a new line, not of defiance, but ol  more and more evident thai the Ger-  humble defence." I  man war party, wonderful as was their The advance of Beignns. says a dais-  accumulations of fighting material, natch has penetrated to Ostend which  and comprehensive and subtle the pr** means that, the coast line from Dun-  narations they had made to achieve kirk to Nieuport and Ostend is re-  their dream of world dominance, had iieved from the menace (ol tho pr.st  underestimated the magnitude of the two weeks. Ypres is now the storm  task. One bv ono thoir plans,-skill- centre.. Tho town itself ru.a been  'ullv laid and pursued with rel-ntlass rased by artillerv lire and hud been en-  fury, have gone wrong, until at th* tirtly .-etain'nnid by the nopulace. At  tiresent moment,, in the opinion     of  this    point    it is stated the flermana  competent experts their chances of fur  ther aggression lie in the balance and  if the last desberato couo which they  are aiming at the Allies in Franar  fails, they must retire to a mere de  fence of their own country.  "The Kaiser's army in Flanders",  lavs a correspondent front the Bel-  ���a-inn Irontier, "is-a broken maclvne.  His own personal orders���and oredic-  tions��� have suddenly ceased 'and be  is baok at Potsdam. The movement of  troops is no longer towards the    Al-  are massing every available man for  a supreme effort to break through the  defender's li aes.  It is rumored that Germany alarmed at the Hussion satcocse.s in Bast  Prussia has made preliminary offers of  a peace settlement which hi vaa been  refused.  The outbreak of war in Turkey is  one of thc worst of recent developments' and already stories of the most  frightful atrocities by the Turks arc  beginning to be circulated.  King George opened parliament rr'ain yesterday.  The British torpedo boat "Niger'' was sunk in the En-dish Channel yesterday by a German submarine! All the crew were saved.  aSlx German and one Austrian war ships were sunk by an explosion in  Kiao Chou Bay during the taking ol Tsing Taa by the Japanese.  General.Dankl with the remains of the Austrian army is moving south  through Galieia, refusing to co-operate farther with the German Geniral  von Hindenbury.  The losses.on ihe notorious Emden, which was driven ashore and burned, south of Java by the Australian cruiser Sydney are -900 killed and 30  wounded. ,  structious Mr. Dunn appeared before  the resolutions, committee intsuppart  of a request.that the one-sixth rebate I  for prompt payment of taxes be made j  to apply to all tax rates, excepting1  only road tax and loeal improvement  taxes. The Committee was in sym-j  pathy with the proposal and recommended same to the Union's Executive and th* Municipal Inspector, ihe  Union's Solicitor wan in doubt as tb  the correct interpretation oi Section  348, which is the section under which  tax rebates are authorised. 'This matter was referred to the So.ioitor and  the Inspector of Municipalities.  Probably the most contentious question raised at tbe convention was the  sale of liquor during the present war.  A .absolution was introduced requesting the government to fix the hours  during which liquor might be sold  at from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., until the  end of the war. An amendment to  this resolution was presented, requesting the government to prohibit tb*  renewal of any liquor license at tbe  expiration of same in January next.  and prohibit the sale of liquor until  tbe end of the war. This question was  debated ior at least one hour and resulted in ihe amendment being defeated by lour votes. The original motion was defeated by a much greater  majority.  Papers were read on the "Economics ol Municipal Power Plants" bv H.  K. Dutoher, CE. of Vancouver; and  on "Civic' Hygiene" by F. L. Glover,  Sanitary and Plumbing Inspeotor of  Kamloops.       '  Dr. Vroomnn, superintendent of the  Tranquille Sanatorium gave a lengthy address upon the work and requirements of that institution. He  stated that unless financial assistant*  was reoeived immediately it would be  necessary to turn tbe patient* out of  the sanatorium and dose the doors.  The matters to whieh he referred were  considered of such gnat importance  that the convention requested him to  .end full particulars to all -municipal  councils in the Province.  B. Baird, Esq., Inspector of Munioi-  nalitiet, bave a very interesting and;  valuable address, a lull report oi  which has been held over until next  week.  Ths following accounts wero i-asscd  for payment.  Burns as Temple, fees re Dilworth loan  -  S   0 50  L. Dilworth,  balance   duo on  sinking fund loan      A. K. Davy, street ��� watering  (August) ..i  ..-  K. Onodera, refund   road tax  .f. Ferguson, teaming    I). K. Lumber Co.,    sawdust  aoot, for   Sept. 4 Oct.  A. H.-Davy, general    teaming  A. L. MoNaughton, fees for report,    plana, specifications  and inspection    ol oement  sidewalks   /������  Max Jenkins et Co., teaming  lor August, September   ar-'  October   Kelowna Carriage Works, work  lor fir* dent  .,-...  Kelowna Carriage Worka, work  during October   Kelowna Steam Laundry, lor  washing fire hall blankets  W. A. Gibson,    special polios  duty,,,  ,   Morrison Thompson Hardware  '. Co. August and September  . supplies .,   70.00  150.00!  2.00  36.00  308.00  5.50  'J35.R0  983.50  33.00  19.00  8.U0  3.70  19.90  New Autoniobile Fire Truck  Ready This Week  The now automobile fire truck which  is being built for the city by the hol-  owna f'arage Co., Ltd., was given a  prettaakaSty trial run last week, and  presented a very strikin" a.npearanos  with its gorgeous red finish and generous array: of brass fittings. The  roads just now are heavy enough to  test any automobile, but the truck  whioh earned a load of 1400 pounds  in addition to four men, behaved remarkably well. It was afterwards  takon back to the garage where some  minor alterations and improvements  whioh had suggested themselves, are  being nude. By Saturday, however,  it will be ready lor delivery to thc  city.  The truck has been built from de.  signs by Mr. A. Brunette, manager of  the Garage Co., the new body being  constructed on a Cadillac chassis/ with  a power phut rated at ' ���������' 30 horse  power.  Equipped for the road it carries in  addition to eight firemen, everything  likely to be required in thc fighting of  an ordinary fire. In the body of the  truck is storage room for 1000 lost  of hose, while on the 'loot-board are  pedestals to carry the nozzles. On an  overhead framework is secured an es-  tension ladder, an equipment which  will no doubt save man" a frantic  search lor some means to reach the  second storeys or roofs of burning  buildings. Securely fastened in brack  ets at tbe aides ars lanterns and fireman's axes, while on the rear platform are two chemical extinquiehers,  useful in can oi a minor lire where it  is found unneoeatary to use water.  In addition to the usual headlight*  and aide lamp*, the truck re equipped  witb a powerful movaabl* searchlight,  from which a brilliant abaft ol right  can be thrown in any direction. The!  advantage ol this will bs apparent for  use at night when the firemen's efforts  ars often hampered bv having to poki  around in the dark.  A novel feature in connection with  tbe headlights and searchlight is an  electric ignition, supplied from a  strong battery'and coil, and operated  from the driver's seat. Bv means ol  this the aoetylene gas is ignited by a  small eleotrio arc contrived to pas*  through near the burner. Thus aU  delays in fiddling with rViatohes in  wind are eliminated, at the same time  retaining tlm brilliance associated witb  aoetylene lamps.  To accommodate the truck some alterations are being'made to the entranos and floor oil the fire hall.  The provision of this truck marks a  most important advance in the fir*  nrotective machinery of tbe oity, and  in the hands ol Kelowna's efficient brigade, will reduce fire risks consider  ably;  Dalgloish ft Harding, August  and  September supplies  ...   . 8.49  Dr. MeNeuvhton. examination  of lunatics ;     10.00  Burne 6 Temple, legal (ess ...    37.80  J. B. Knowles, repairs to the  watchman's dock   . 15.00  fTii.lls.il ea Tke. T.t  BRITISH MARINES WOUNDED AT ANTWERP-  British marines who fought in thc trenches at St. Licrrc, outside    Antwerp, during the German bombardment of    that town,   returning from the  front for medical treatment.  The british marines bore much of the fighting in the vicinity of    Antwerp, and many of them were wounded.  Volunteer Soot at Penticton  .Some person unknown, but beliafved  to be the anonymous letter writ* r who  had been flooding Penticton mails  scurrilous letters for the past few  months, fired into the crowded uwa m-  bly room of the Aquatic Club laat  Thursday, wounding two persons. Tho  shot was fired through a door on the  lake side of the building. T. Hickey  of Summerland was hit in the shin  bone, and Frank Bird of Penticton  was grated in the thigh by the bullet.  The club haU was the scene of the  farewell to twenty-five volunteers for  the second contingent, leaving,next  morning for Vancouver." Citizens Were  bidding them good-bye when the miscreant fired into the crowd and then  escaped in thc darkness. It is believed the missile was meant for J. H.  HcKoy, manager of the Bank of Hamilton. MoKoy is sergeant of the vol-  unteer company. Hickey, who war  hit was also a volunteer. This is the  second or third aAempt made on -the  life of Mr. McKay recently, following  scandalous attacks upon his character,  made in the flood of letters sent to  citizens iu the last few months. Detectives who have investigated the  letter writing case have been unable ta  find any clue to the writer. MoKoy  was shot at through tha window of  his home reoently.  Rev. I. W. Williamson  to Visir Kelowna  The Kev. I. W. Williamson, general  secretary of the B. C. Sunday School  Association will visit Kelowna on  Sunday and . Monday, Nov. 15th and  10th, and the following program has  been arranged:  On Sunday morning there will be a  United service at Rutland in the Methodist ohuroh.  On Sunday afternoon at 3.30 thee  will be a Sunday school rally in the  Presbyterian church, Kelowna, at  which Mr. Williamson wiil give an address. Parents are invited to attend  this meeting.  On Sunday evening at 7.30 Mr. Williamson will preach in the Methodist  churoh, Kelowna.  On the following Monday afternoon  ae 4 o'clook In the Buptist church  there will be a confereace of Sunday  school offioers and teachers, and any  others interested in Sunday school  work. It ia hoped that every Sunday  school worker will get to this conference. It will be conducted by Mr.  Williamson, and any live question on  Sunday sohool work will he discussed.  On Monday evening in tho Methodist  church at 8 o'clock there will be a  rally ol thu young people's socio! ics,  lor which a special program is baine  prepared, including an address by Mr.'  Williamson. Mav there be a big turnout of young people at this meeting  An offering will be taken up to defray  expenses.   ��   Mr. R. A. Copeland has taken in  hand the management of the Glenmore Ranch of the Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., in auooossion to Mr. Hus  sell who is leaving.   j   BIRTHS  We Valley Will  Not  "People here should not get the  idea that this is to become the main  line" said George -Bury, vice-president  of tbe Canadian Pacific railway at  Penticton, "Tbe Canadian Pacific  railway would not spend a fortune  on tho Rogers PasB tunnel if it ever  intended to divert its main line traffic. Under no present known conditions will this line become the company's main highway through. British Columbia, although it wiil certainly be an. important'' scenic route,  and also a valuable short line to the  ooast and prairies for the transporter  tion of fruit, timber and coal." he  ���aid. "Next spring when traffic  through to the coast via the Kettle Valley is commenced, the Canadian Pacific railway plans to put oa  trains through Southern British Columbia, running only in daylight  hours, for the special benefit ol  tourists."  Discussing the proposed train service for tourists on the Kettle Valley line, the vice-president oointed  out that the company- expected a  great increase in travel next yraai  owing to the holding of the Panama-  Pacific exposition. The Kettle Valley  and Crows Nest were to be featured  in its literature, be said, ss providing an alternative route to the main  line and travellers who came west oa  the main line could return via tbe  Kettle Valley, or vioe versa. In order  to stimulate tourist traffic on this  new line, the Canadian Pacific railway therefore planned to operate -e  daily train leaving Vancouver early  in the morning, he added. This  train wiU be held at Penticton, the  tourists thus being given a chance Ir  look over the city, to get an evea-  log's trolling on the lake, and Ir  test the hospitality nf tho local  hotels.  The next night's atop waauld ba. at  Nelson, the train making cnnnootiaina  at Medicine Hat with th�� main line  servioe on the third night. Similar  trains would be operated from Medicine Hat through to lho coast, sto"-  Ding one night at Nelson and the  next at Pentioton. There would bo two  trains each day stnnninz nil night in  l'onticton during the tourist srjast>".  according to the plans referred to by  Vko-President Bury.  Rutland News  The Rev. I. W.'Williamson, Sunday  school field 'secretary for B. ('., -will  address a gathering of teachers, children and parents on Sunday Nov. 15th  at 11 a.m.-, in the assembly haU of  the new. sohool. It is hoped that a  large number may take the -^oortun-  itv of hearing this specialist' in Sunday school work.  KNIPPKL.-On   Saturday. Oct.   31st,  to Mr. and Mra. Paul Knippel, a son.  a  a  ���  POWELL.-On Sunday. Nov. 1st,    to  Mr. and Mra. %. Powell, a son.      '  ...  SOHIABEL.-On Thursday, Nor. 8th  to Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Schiahal, a  daughter.  BLACK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL UK-  PORT' FOR OCTOBER  Following is the.report of the see-  ond division of the Blaok Mountain  school which arrived too late Ior publication last week.  Second Reader-Clifford Renfrew, El-  va Fleming. Netta Monford.  First Reader.��� Olive White, Verna  Ford, HesH Bessett.  Second Primer.���Alan Dalgleish, Dud-  lev FHxpatrick, Robert Brown.  First Primer. - Doris White, Dan  Harrison, Jessie Plowman.   a ,���  ��� PAGE TWO.  KELOWNH RECORD  Publisbd every Tharktay at Kalowna,   British Columbia  KELOWNA  RECORD  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  11.00   par yaari   75o.. ats   Months     Dol  Slataa 10 oanta additloael.  All aabMrlDttoa. parabla Id advarara.  Advwtising Bates:  I.IJDOI NOIiOgS, PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  BTO.. 21 canta par column tana raar weak.  LAND AMD TIHBEB NOTIOSS-SO dav.. SS:  00 4an, S7.  WATH�� N0T10S8-W lor Hva itaaaertiona.  I.KOAL ADVgRTISINO-yirat   iaaaarllon.    IS  caala par Use. maa aaibaaqaaerat ioMrtlua.  8  naata ear Haa,  I I.AS8IFIED ADVERTISEMENTS-. ooaU par  word Ural iaaartioa.  1 oast pw word ara<  ihminanr laeartlon.  IllSPLAT,   ADTBRTISEHINTS-Two    iiaaalaa-.  i;i4 uAalar. SO aaala am- inoh firat inaartion  aaaer two Urates 40 ctaU ear laak lint I*  a-rtjloa: SO aaat. per Inch   aaca aubMatnaar  aiaaarikw.  All caaasoa la eootraet adva-rti.ean.-nt. raiaa.i  I* ia taa raaed. ol taa printer br Tueadav  a-va-nlas    to    ra.au.   PttbllMliOB   in   th*     Baal  'its thickness in wrought iron. Ths  latest improvement has been produced bv the Simpson process, discovrred  in 1900. Simpson steel plates lour  inches thick are better in quality and  greater in resisting power than any  of the previous plates mentioned. The  important point in this connection is  Communications  HOSPITAL DIRECTORS ANSWKR  '     RUMORS  . Owing to so many statements hav-  the faot that the seoret of the whole' ;���,, boen made in the vioinity, which  matter lies in the ubb of nickel. j me not in accordance with the [acts,  There are only two great depa-sits in reference to a reportod acoidiant con-  of nickel in the world which are' ncoted with tho death ot the hospital  worth working commercially. The 0f the late Mr. W.. S. Morris, the  Caledonia mines owned bv Franco and Board of Directors ol the ha spits', up-  the Sudbury mines owned by Canada, on hearing theso rumors, immediately  It goes without saying that Germany undertook a thorough investigation ol  cannot now obtain any nickol from the case, and now beg to submit tb*  France, and a similar regulation upon  follaawing facts:  the part of Canada would entirely de-1 This pat ient was to be operated up-  prive that nation of its source of on for appendicitis, but upon oxaniin  nickel without which it would be ini-' ation, a serious complication of  possible to build ships of war. ' conditions      was      found       to    ex-  Practically the entiro output taf Ihe'ist. An immodiato operation was thc  nickel mines of Canada is .lontrolled ' only chunce of saving the patient's  by tho International Nickel Oomuany, life, whioh was undertaken on "Sunday,  whioh it is declared is oontratlleal l.y Nov. 1st. This proved so serious, and  a Board of fifteen directors, of whom the shock so great, that slight hope  ono is a Canadian and fourteen are' wns entertained for bis recovery,  capitalists of the Unitixl State*. The | On Monday evening, Nov. 2nd, the  net profits of this company out of physician in charge gave up all hope  Canadian raw material for thc year t of his recovery, On Tuesday attornaron  ending March 31, 1914,   arc   reported, about 2 o'olock,     owing to the execs-  Canadian Nickel in  German Warships  Attention 1ms been directed to the  fact, nuite recently, that by taking  over the control of the output of its  nickel mines, Canada can render it  practically impossible for Germany to  proceed with the construction of new  warships.  Nickel plays a very important part  in the construction of a modern war-  slap because of its importance in the  hardening of steel. The old style ironclad ships were built of 18-inch  wrought iron plates. In 1897 steel  faced or coinpouud 14-inch irnnrcame  into use, of whieh three inches were  held to bo equal to four of the old  wrought iron plates in resisting power  in 1893, the introduction of the Harvey process made a steel of which  two inches were cual to four inches  of the wrought iron. In 1895 the use  of nickel was first put to the practical test in steel plates, with the ' iv  suit that this nickel and steel 'combination, hardened by the Harvey process, gave a steel of which eight iron-  es developed powers of resistance as  great as eighteen inches of the old  wrought iron. The Krupps made further improvements in the hardening  process and six inches of Krupp steel  became equal to nine inches of the  Bteel produced by tbe ordinary Harvey process, and to over three   times  at $4,792,554.7.5. The raw material  not refined in Canada, but is exported to Bothlcham, N.J., for that pur*  pose, and inasmuch as Canada cannot control its distribution from -that  point, there in every reason to conclude that Germany has been obtaining all the Canadian nickel that was  necessary for its purposes.  Now, it might not be possible for  Canada' to shut off thnt bupdI.v ut  once, but by taking such measures as  would compel the refining of t his  Canadian product within our own borders the control of this situation  would at once be placed in the hands  of the Canadian government, except  with regard to such reserve supplies  as may be on hand at tho Bethlehem  refinery or in Germany. This surplus  having been exhausted, the construction of warships by Germany would  necessarily come to an end.  WIKKI.KSN FOR FABMEKS ,  Wireless for farmers in the outlying  districts is the latest idea in Australia. It is supTOBted that the farmers  in the various localities should oigan-  ize themselves into a oo-operativo  body, subscribing to a fund that  would provide n wireless station for  each member, and a central s-nlion  at the nearest town, where an operator would be on duty. For tho sum  of $100 oach*a body of ton subscribers  could purchase instruments, including  a transmitter with a range of ten  miles. The cost of the erection of  the mast aerial and the assembling of  the instruments would depend upon  the ability of the erector.  sive and prolonged restlessness of tho  patient, one corner of the foot of ihe  spring of his bed became unlocked,  which allowed the foot of samo to  gradually descend until it rested upon  the base of a screen which was surrounding him. At no time did the  spring or mattress touch the floor,  and thc patient being in a recumbent  position at the time, was not in anv  way discomfited by this occurrence.  The matron, who was nearby imme-  triatelv travo the matter her attention.  The Board takes this opportunity of  .^questing anyone who may have any  complaint in reference to the management of this Public Institution, to be  crood enough to lav such complaint directly  and immediately before them.  It iB the endeavor of the Bo<\nl to  carry on the management of the hospital to the satisfaction of the patients nnd the general public; therefore, , it is obvious they cannot do so  without, the assistance and cooperation of everyone in  thiB district.  THE DIRECTORS.  Kolownn Hospital Society.  Tn  the    United   Service Institution,  Whitehall, London, reposes one of (he  most beautiful books the world     has j  produced  for many generations.    Two.  years have been spent in thc miking  of it, and the cost will be aomethitvl  like 82,500.     It is "The Roll of   tho!  Dead of the South Africon war,"     Hi  contains about 22,000 names of otlicers  and men killed by the enemy or    by  disease, set out under the headlines of  about 300 regiments, regular and   irregular.   It    is to    be    nlaced   on a,  shrine behind the bishop's throne    in  Cape Town Cathedral.  Hospital DonaHmis  The following is a list ol donations  reoeived by the Kolowna hospital dur  inn the month of October lor which  tho committeo express thoir i'- --''��:  Eight boxes apples, Mrs. M. E. Cameron; box apples, plums, pears and'  punches, J. N. Thompson; two quarts  piokles, Hrs. Richards; two sacks ol  potatoes, Mr. A. E. Harrison; vegetables, Mrs. Col. Blaokwood; Iruit  and vegetables from harvest festival  .St. Michael and All Angels' church;  box fruit and vegetables, Mr. W. D.  Walker; thirteen quarts Iruit, (Mrs. Ball  six boxes apples, al. L. Pridham; five  boxes apples, lour sacks vegetables,  box plums, thirteen ouarts fruit, Mr.  Bulman; two ohiokens, box apples,  Watson Bros.; two sacks onions, l.ui  Itnmponi; basket grapes, two dozen  heads celery. Palmer tk Rogerson; two  boxes musk melons, F. W, Groves;  two boxes apples, Dr. Pfyffer; fruit  and vegetables from harvest festival,  St. Andrews church; box apples, Alex  Reid; grapes, East Kelowna church;  crate Damsons, Mrs. L. Hayes; live  saacUs potatoes, saok oarrots, oabbago  anal raumpkins, (', C. Prowse; forrtoen  cauliflower, ten dozen pansy roots,  Paul Knippel; box apples, (!. E. Weeks;  six boxes apples, Mrs. It. W. Carruth-  ers; peppers, egg plant, pickling cabbage, "Friend": two sacks potatoes,  sack carrots, Mr. Leithead; twelve  quarts fruit, four quarts rrrape juice,  Mrs. W. S.-Fuller; twenty-two "cans  peaches, 150 pounds flour, 40 pounds  rolled oats, Mr, Stockwell and H. J.  Williams; five sacks vegetables, Mr.  Clower; box apples, Mrs. Barlee; box  aa.aaalais, no name, left; lour rioks wood,  Mr. Thornoloe; two ricks wood. H. B.  Kerr; ten ricks wood, Chas. Harvey;  two cord 1-foot wood, Thos. Bulman.  The following cash donations were  received during tho month:  0. E. Scon, J*. D. McTavish, K. B.  Kerr, D. W. Sutherland, Kev. J. C.  Switzer, W. Greenstead, E. C. Mclntyre *10; H. ,1. Stono lo; Kev. F, Ver-  baeke $2; Lee Sang Litn" Co. 95; l'al-  ace Hotel collection box 96.75; Kelowna Club collection box 113.35; A  Friend, 50 cents; Willits at Co.'s collection box gl.66; .1. Faulkner C2.10;  Mrs. W. it. Barlee 85; H. Swordfager  81: It. A. Johnston 82, J. Ivens Campbell 85; A. 0. Weddell 85; E. M. Car-  ruthers 82.50, Friend 50 cents; J.  Leathlev 82.50; V. T. Dunn �������� F. V.  Itoyle 81: H. W. Arbuckle 82-, .1. B.  Knowles 85; J. McMillan 85; it Smith  81; II. llenniok 81; S. Johnson 81; R.  Burns 81: R. Butt, II; Q, Brady |2>,  Ci. McClellan 83; H. I,. Willits 11'; S.  Wade 12; Crawford & Co. *5; W. R.  Tronoh 85; K. F. Oxlev J5 and groceries to extant of 85; G. A. McKay 85;  S. H. Old IS.  'W !.ur ��� .       iiutu  Y, NOVEMBER 13, 1014 i  mmjmmmmmmmsmm     '  See our Windows  ON  Friday &  and save money by  taking advantage of  the Special Prices.  We have not time ���  totell you what they  are but come and  see. Remember vre  * serve you better &  charge you LESS  1  THESTOREOFi  PHONE 35 5 ptr cent. DitcMat m aoitUy  Make November Purchases Save Big M  The Complete Big Line An Opportunity to  Coal Heaters Save Money  WOOO   flC&lCrS During November we will give you in  Oil Hcftt��rS   *n Edition to our regular discount a  15-cent coupon for every dollar spent here.  WHILE THE SELECTION IS BEST. SECURE ONE  Here is a perfect Hot Blest Heater.   Burns hard or soft coal and'  briquettes.   Fitted  with  patent brick lining, Smokeless Airtight  Gss Consumer.   1 his new  Retort Hot Blast in three sizes -  $14.50   $16.50  $20  For Wood and Coal get 'a Derby Oak or a Moffat Oak, with the  large feed door.   We carry these in nil sizes, priced  $7.50   $10   $12.50   $15.50   $18.50   $22.50  For Wood Only.    There are many stylet and sizes priced  within reach of all  Fire Place Effects.   Very cheerful and good Heaters.  Box Stoves.   Sizes from 18-ins. to 36-ins.  Coal Oil Heaters.   Different sizes.  We invite you to our  Heater Display  There are no better and our prices are  based on direct - from ��� the - factory  shipments \  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 aU ^^^^^^  money spent here.   The more you u,.mov^yymmQm                     ���._,.._  ���r        t- ���'It save* tun* anal trouble and money to rn>te tha right stora 1st your  spend in November the less  your J^JfrsattffiraS  _                 .                       .                      ... our prices ass isastsaahU.   Whan yon oome to us one*, yoa will com* again,  '    December purchases will cost &���fc&?& ^.^tfttlC^pS.d ���"wfc-M0  You need a Heater: buy  one now and save your  coupons for Christmas  buying.  IN TRADE  utiM fav on demand  duvina,  DECEMBER  We can furnish your home beau*  lifully and at a saving te you. Lat  us figure with you if you need  Furniture of any kind.  SAVE YOUR COUPONS  1014  1814  AND  FURNITURE iY, KOVEpaEl* W, 1��H  K8L0WKA  RECORD  P40BTHSXB  Single ancl Double  Driving and Work Harness  TRUNKS  SUIT CASliS  CLUB BAGS  Large stock to select from  ���' '   s  All Repair parts for same  This department ia in charge of Mr.  . W. R. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient service  -,  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Wholes Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  ���������������- ��� .,    a-    M   a    ������   a a.        I ��� ���I        I...   ������ ��� I |.     ' ���    ���I .���I ���    - .1    a   ��������� .... ... ~  W. R. Glenn & Son  Farm and Orchard Implements  a ���  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  i ,  Iron Beds, brass trimmed, heavy posts and  filling v  $3.25  Bad Springs, eitra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattress  >��mHJ  19.75  Braas Beds. 2-in. post  $15.00  Best quality spring    $3.50  All Felt Mattress, with best quality art ticking...   $7.Z5  $25.75  Dressing Tablet, with British .bevel plate mirror   $8.75  Wash Stand to match......    $4-00  $12.75  .Don't forgot our  5-drawer, drop head, Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our                             i V.TL ���:  97-pieco China set, at only , $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  E  mfcm  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Effective August 1st, 1914, to August 1st, 1915, and  guaranteed against any reduction during that time.  All est. lull/ .quipped f.o.b. Ford, Oht.  Runabout  -      -       -  $540  Touring Car   -  ��590  Town Car -  $840  (la aha Drmialoa ol Caraada only)  ,  Buyers to Share in Profits  All r.tsil buyers of new Ford ears from August 1st,  1914. to August IA 1911,' will share In ths profits of  ths oompany te tha aaleet of |40 to $60 par car, on  each ear thay bay. PROVIDED i we sell and'd.tiv.r  30,000 new Ford cars during that period.  A��k for particular.  Ford 'Motor Company  OF CANADA, LIMITED.  BURBANK MOTOR CO. ..   -   KELOWNA, B.C.  . Twenty thousand French priests are  now fighting in the Frenoh army.  The Overseas. Olub is sending circulars and subscription lists to its  members throughout Canada with'the  object of securing subscriptions from  the public towards sending tobacco  to the Canadians at the front. lCach  subscription of 35 cents will send  quarter of a pound of tobacco, 50  cigarettes and a box of matches done  up in a parcel.  ...  Permanent prohibition on the saleol  absinthe and alooholic beverages in  Franoe is a result of the war. Trans  portation and the sale of absinthe v. as  forbidden when the war began, but  traffic in other intoxicants was eon-  tinued. The government has now supplemented its original order with another forbidding the sale of any alcoholic drinks similar to absinthe.  There is a marked movement in nil  parts of France tending to perpetuate  this prohibition.  ...  A despatch from Tokyo says thnt  since the fall of the German oosition  at Tsing Trju the question of Japan  sending an armv to Europe has begun  to attract increasing attention. The  idea finds considerable support in military circles, where' it is believed such  a move would be welcomed bv France.  a   .   .  A despatch says the British cruisers  Glasgow and Otranto, missing after  the battle In the Pacific are safe and  have passed through the 'Straits ol  Magellan, en route to the Falkland  Islands.  ...  Three hundred Canadians marched in  the Lord . Mayor's parade and were  given a wonderful reception by the  London populace, who greeted them  with almost delirious enthusiasm.  ...  Japan is . celebrating the fall of  Tsing Tau. Extraordinary enthusiasm  is manifested throughout the empire,  In every oity there are lantern processions and merriment nightly. Every  house supports a flag.  ...  The Panama Canal may be out to  the usages of war for the first lime,  should reports which reached New  York prove true. Seven British warships were said to be on their way  to the oanal, presumably proceeding  to the Pacific coast of South Amorica  to avenge the defeat of the British  cruisers by German warships.  ...  American military observers, who  thus far have been unable to view the  Nghting, may now have a glimpse ol  the war. The French war office bus  relaxed its strict' orders and will permit observers irom neutral countries  to ao to the front. *  .  .  .'  The German warship Goier, which  has been undergoing repairs to her  machinery for several weeks at Honolulu, and the North German Lloyd's  steel schooner Locksun, which arrived  there reoently, and whioh was interned  under the'ruling that the vessel was  a.naval tender, have been placed under a guard of United States troops  and will be held until the cessation  of hostilities. The Japanese battle-,  ship Hizen and cruiser Asoma still  stand guarding the entrance outside  the three mile limit awaiting thu decision.  ���  .  ���  The famous German 43 centimetre  gun which has been reported as a  modern invention, appears to have  been described in the German magazine "Prometheus," in the year 1693.  The article at the time, cave the enormous weight of tbe gun and the velocity and the effect of the shots and  this information was extensively.quoted in a scientific magazine issuaxl during the same rear.  . A Berlin despatch says that Germany is making enormous preparations for a winter campaign with  tents, Bleighs end fur outfits for. an  entire army,  . . ..  A telegram from Berlin announces  that the Emperor, in a cabinet order,  has promised a reward of 760 murks  (about $1661 for each machine gun  captured.  ...  ,v On heuring that the Germans ure  planning to send a number nf professors to place the German cause t'fa'orc  the Americans, Joseph Lawrence, of  London. Ont., has offered to head a'  fund with 8HKH, (0 bring out ten Belgian children with their hands out off.  Others have alBo offered to uontributa'.  ...  The union delence forces continue to  round up the rebels in South Africa.  Those in the northern part of the Capo  province, which have been a source oi  worry to the government havo been  completely routed; white those in the  Transvaal, ' where another 400    have  been captured, are scattering.  ...  Captain Kendall, formerly captain  of the Empress ol Ireland, has been  gazetted commander of the auxiliary  British cruiser Calgarian. He was  mode Lieutenant-commander of ihe  vessel .soon after the war broke out;  now he has been advanced to commander. It is understood that he is  engaged in scout duty.  ...  The Japanese'of Vancouver have decided to defer, for the present their  celebration of the Japanese victory at  Tsing Tau. Very soon, it is hoped,  aU the citizens of Vancouver will have  the pleasure of celebrating a decisive  viotorv by tke British forces, either  on land or at sea, and the Japanese  will add their enthusiasm to that , ol  subjects of King George, and help  make the combined celebration a huge  euooess.  ...  Canada, with the rest of the empire,  is now at war with T-irkey, a proclamation being issued providing the  usual period ol days of graoe fan-  Turkish ships in Canadian waters, as  Drovided bv the Hacue conferenoe. Tbe  proclamation whioh is similar to those  issued with respect to German und  Austrian shipping, is not m ach more  than a formalitv in Canada, ss Turkish ships are infrequent visitors.  .   . '.  Tho recent remarkable mobilization  of German warships off the coast of  South America has led the British embassy offioials at Washington to believe that some secret means of communication extends to South America  and that the German ships operating  in southern waters have been receiving  supplies from somewhere on the Paoii-  ic coast, of 'the southern oontinnt.  Many letters have been received by tho  embassy offering, for various considerations, information of German wireless stations on American territory.  Some tail of secret stations on the Pa-  eifio ooast, ini Maine and in Scotland  and South America.  ...  An'agitation is on foot in Potro  grad for the adoption of stronger  measures to prevent Germany getting  practieally all the supplies she re  quires in spite of the British liioa k��dc.  Newspapers express the opinion that  it is time for the Allies to drop kid  glove war on the sea, and to aot a  littlemore as Germany would, if she  ruled the water. Not n '!�� ��� partes,  it is alleged, without fresh cargoes  for Germany being shipped in Danish,  Swedish and Norwegian bottoms, and  although these rhips all sail from a  neutral port and have as their destinations equally neutral nnrts, it  would be easy enough to establish the  contraband nature of thoir traffic if  ��� mlv the Allies made up their minds  lo be fooled no longer.  ENGLISH MARINES LANDING ON BELGIAN SOIL  Mast of tb* British forces ware conveyed Irom Ostend to Antwerp in  London motor blisses, whioh with their drivers were taken along for that  purpose. These busses were also used for withdrawing; the troops when it  became apparent that the city ':oulvl no longer hold out. They have lately  returned to London, where thev were loudly cheered upon their return.  Some ol then are bullet marked from tbe fire of the German advance guard  which entered the oity doss, upon the heels at the retreating British and Bel-  K'ajis.  Barron Strain For Eggs  I imported a pen each of Buff Orpingtons and White  Wyandottes from Messrs. Tom and Will Barron respectively, Lancashire, England, last January, and now I have  some very fine coc'cerels for stock birds, and for this  month only (November), I will let them go at $3 and $2  each.   Terms: .Cash with order only.  Soma of Mr. Tom Barron's recant winnings  1911-12 4th Prize and Two Silver Medals in the Philadelphia North Ameri.  can International Egg Laying Competition (100 pans competing, 12  months).  1912-13 International Firat Prix, in the Mcond Philadelphia North American International Egg Laying Competition.  1912-13 International lit Prise aad Cap. and Medals in the Missouri  Stste International Egg Laying Competition held at Mountain Crave,  Mo., US.A.  1913-14 2nd Priie at the third International Egg Laying Contest held at  Victoria, B.C.  Also Timothy, Clover and Oat Hay  A. W. COOKE, Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leathei���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone . 347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  misera and all appliance for concrete  conalruction of every kind, and ana  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in whieh I hav. hod many yeara'  .   experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE a RESIDENCE a  Clcm.nr Aa Riga.' after. Woola.].? Av.  farmer Block Ricaar.r Strear  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTO.t  i Plaint and Estimate*  Finishing work ��� .specially  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block. Kelowna  P.O. Bos 511  GRAYS  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  Is open on  Thurday  Friday &  Saturday  10 am lo 5 p.m.  Now mounting, have arrived���and  will please vou  Rowcliffe Block Jft*��.  R. W. BUJLER  BUILDER At CONTRACTOR  Estimate* furt.uhet] on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  all fitted with Balh Rooma,  W.C, hot water, otc.  P.O. Box 185  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kejowna 9 s.m., 3.30 p.m  Learn Weslkaak 9.30 s.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Learn WestUak 11.30 a.m.  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans.   Specifications   and    Estimata*  Furnished  o��  ENGRAVING- '  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE N0r BEING. MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES VOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANurwrusto in wtircsaa cmmda  Bv TMr CtllAND DlRBll EKCC01  OOP   W OMI O   HI Ot  JWIWTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Sludroa in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendoii Street,   -   Kelowna  Frank Knapton  NEXT TO TAITS  SHOE STORE, ON  BERNARD AVNE.  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY nn iiirirTirin'tfijV  PA��S FOUB  Germany's Swelled Head  tht: pan-uebman creed  ���/>���  KELOWNA   RECORD  "a���aa...���aaa^a���aa���aa���  THURSDAY NOVEMHil. 19,. 1M  (London "Daily Mail")  "Fiance    must    be    so    complete']  0rusha.U that she can never again come  across our path."��� Crural Von Born-  hardi in "Ths.Next Wer."  "No guurter will be given, no prisoners will be taken. Let all who lull  into cur hands be at our mercy/*  ���Addrsai ol ths Kaiser to his troops,  July -.��. ltrOO.  Ths determination of Germany to  fight Kngland and Francs, and perhaps Itussia, was impressed on the  ftngluh people some years ago by M.  ��mil Reich, a famous Hungarian professor, who died before his beliefs  wer. moved bv historical facts. Mis  little hook has now been republished  with an epilogu. signed with initiuls  that conceal an able Oxford historian." Dr. Reich', quotation. Iron  (iermun author, and speakers may  now Li' brought up to date. The sequence ia finished; tho evidence Icoin-  plets.  We now know beyond diepute:  I. That Germany meant to light a  ruthless war.  3. That her object is a world wide  daiminanes.  This is best seen not by argument  but bv quotation. First ss to war,  and ruthless war:  I  christen    thee    Fort   Haeseler.  Thou wilt be called upon tp defend  thai conquests of Germany upon her  western foes.  This passage occurs in a speech    ol  ths Emperor's on March 1. 11KIU,   on  ths   occasion   of the completion of   a  fort. Seven months   later, in celebrating Aloltke's birthday, he expressed the  desire that "the staff may lsnd   Germany   to   further   victories."   A lew  few years later he said at an anniversary:  Nothing must be settled in thita  world without  the intervention of  Germany and of the German   Emperor.  It is not a far cry from the  Kaiser  to the professors.    They are not less  militant.    In   a   formal   history r'ro-  ietsor Treitschke writes:  To whom will belong the sceptre oi  the universe;   What nation will impose its wishes on the other    de  oadent and enfeebled people:1    Will  it not he Germany that will   havs  the mission to ensure the peace ol  the world? .... The future    b��  longs to Germany, to which Austria will attach herself if she wishes to survive.  The   most   popular   historical work  that ever appeared in Germany is "The  Foundations of    the Nineteenth    Century."    In reviewing a period of early  German history the author says:  It was high time that the dcli*>  erer appeared .... We can   regret only one thing���that the German did not,   everywhere hiB eon,  quering arm   preyed,    exterminate  more completely.  The theologians ore as bitter as the  professors. Professor Lexius was cheered bv students and professors   lor tba  -    following passags in a popular lecture:  All Polish societios should be suppressed without the slightest upol-  ogy, ... as woll as the Bociejjes  of abaca, Lorraine and Schleawig-  HolsUin, .   .   . Tho people ahould  be allowed only throe privileges; to  pav -taxes, serve in tho army, und  shut their jaws.  If the professors and divinity teach-  ars speak in this way, what ars we to  expect of the soldiers?     General    Von  Bernhardi,    whose   book, "Tke    Next  War" is read with admiration by   the  whole ol Prussia, writes:  Ths efforts directed towards tha  abolition of war must not only ba  termed (oolish  but  alrsolutely ina-  moral, and   must be described   as  unworthy ol th. human race.  This general statement leads up   to  two direct and practical conclusions:  (A)   Franoe must be so completely crushed that she can never again  come across our path.  ' ,  (II)   A   pacific    agreement    with  England is, after all, a will-o'-the-  wisp which   no   serious    German  would trouble to follow.  The   standard    passage lor German  delight in   the winning ol a    bloody  and brutal war ia ths Kaiser's ipeMb  on ths ev. of the Chinese expedition*  but it is not .verywhere known   that  th.    most   ruthless    passage   in ths  speech  was    circulated    on postcards  throughout Germany.  When you meet the foe you   will  defeat him.    No   quarter will    be  given, no prisoners will be taksn,  Let all who fall into our hands ba  at vour inertly.  The rest   of the passage   urges   the  Germans to   act like   the   Huns who  ravaged Europe a thousand years ago  If the Kaiser will allow his own words  to   be capped,   one further quotation  on German belief in barbarity may lie  given.    Field-Marshal Von der  dolts,  who   was sent to train the Turks because,    as was    confessed,   they were  "the   only   people   who could attack  the    British   trade    route to India,"  wrote a book entitled "The     Nation  in Arms." It leads up to this climax:  Wars, are   tho fata    of mankind",  the inevitable ticstiny ol  nations.  Inexorability and seemingly   hide-  ous   callousnsss   are   among   the  qualities   necessary   to him     who  would achisvs great things in wsr.  v     It was to a people fed full on   such  sentiments as these that- the   Gorman  Chancellor said exactly a month ago:  We are now is a stato of necessity, and necessity knows no law.  Our troops have occupied Luxemburg, and Perhaps are already   on  Belgian soil.   Gentleman,   that   is  contrary to the dictatsa of International law. The wrong���I speak  openly���that we are committing ws  k   will endeavor    to make good     as  soon as our military goal is    achieved.  Ts   tha   Chancellor   going to make  rood the Belgian children, the murder  of their mothers, to mothers ths murder of their children? Can he rebuild i  historic Louvain    and repair ravausd,  homes?     fan he   knit    the    severed  oath and ensure peace through     the  brutal war?  So much for war. The belief in wer  is founded on an amazing conceit, fed  by a host of popular and professional  writers, that Germans are "The Chosen People."  True history    begins    from    the  moment   when   the Germane,   with  mighty hand, seizes the inheritance  of antiquity.  So writes the author of "The Foundations   ol   the N ineteenth Century,"  and as in the crusade on behalf of war,  is followed bv the preachers.  "The German people iB the elect   of  God, and its enomies are the enemies  ol the. Lord," is ono pulpit utta'rance.  We are the best colonists,     the  best   sailors,   and even the     best  merchants ... We are the most  intelligent nation there ie, and thu  advanced in science nnd art.     We  are,    without    caintrndictton,  most warlike people on earth.  Such is another written claim,  of hundreds of like tonor. They  rounded up hy the sonorous   paesurrr  Irom n speech ol the Kaisir's, who al  tor, all. usually says pictorially    anal  grandiloquently   what his pubic   feels  and thinks.  Our German people    will he   the  rrranite block on which the    goo**  God may    complete His work    ol  civilizing that world.   Then will bo  realizing the wortl ol the "'��i't who  said th��    world    will one day be  cured by thc Germain character.  Nothing is quoted above which has  not had a vtague in Germany.   Hut in  considering    the     crime of    Germany  against the world I would mal-e   one  subtraction Irom    the charge.     It   is  Prussia, not Germany, that  lends thf  crusade.    Pruaeia,    not Germany,     is  is mud with tho   lust  for wir     unit  connuest; nnd Prussia is at 'he mercy  ol tho    military clique, hocnuae     she  alone, ol Germnn provinces 'i'ill     refuses to allow hep workinar rra old    to  vote on nnv s'tualitv with the :ish.  the  one  nrr  APPLES FOR MARCHING MEN  In one of the hot, dusty lanes between two big; suburbs on Satuni  afternoon (writes the "Daily Citizen's'  London Correspondent) I came across  two batteries of field artillery halted  for fivo minutes' rest at a wayside  hamlet. The villagers ran out with  glasses and refreshments, but although  some, at least, of tho liquids were :  profered out of pure hospitality it  was noticed that many of the men declined to drink. All, however, without exception, were busily munching  apples .with rare enjoyment. Half an  hour later, in the suburb outskirts, I  found an explanation. Outside the  house of a popular local doctor rrng-  ed along the pavement was a line of  huge laundry baskets tilled with the  fine apples. Another battery of artillerymen was passing, and the good  doctor, with all his household, was  standing alongside handing up the  fruit in generous handfuls. It was  a kindly thought, and brought its author the quickest of all returns in  Irank appreciation.  11. I. M. WILLIAM  (Translated from a German memorandum found in the Emperor's personal waste paper basket. The original has been presented bv the finder  lo the British Museum.��� John Ken-  drick Bangs.)  Oh, me  Oh my,  And likewise I  Sit still, my curls, whilo I orate,  Me, I, Myself, the Throne, the Stale,  1 am tha Earth, ths Moon, the Sun  All rolled in one.  Both hemispheres am I,  Oh my,  If thero wore three, Ihe three  I'd be.  i  I ain the Dipper, night and day,  Tho north   and southern   poles,   tha  Milky Way,  1 am they that walk, or flv on win:  Or swim or creep���I'm overything.  It makes ma tremble like tho    AspsB  tree  To think I'm Me;  And blink like stars up in the sVv  To think I'm I-  And shrink in terror like a lri��hlened  sll  To realize that I'm myself.  Ys blithering slaves beneath my    iron  hool,  What know vo ot the things I feel?  Did'st ever wake at dertd of night,  And stand in awe of thino own Bight?  It took six   days to make tho    land  and sea;  But  centuries were passed  in making  Me  The Universe? an easy task;   but 1 ���  Oh, my.  PAMPHLET ON CARE OF EWE AND  LAMB  Ths livs stook branch of the department ol agriculture at Ottawa haa  issued a very practical bulletin on  "The Cars of the Ewe and Lamb." It  constitutes a shepherd's presentation  ol the details of management of breeding (look, more particularly during  the winter and spring months. It  takes up, among other things, par-  turtion, feeding, docking, castration.  the raising of pet lambs, and tha  simple and more serious ailments and  accidents met with in the ordinary  flock, concluding with a series ol  paragraphs, termed, "Leaves from tha  note-book of a successful Shepherd."  The bulletin, whioh is helpfully illustrated waa prepared lav T. Reginald Arkell, who has oharge ol the  sheep aad goat division of the live  stock branch. Conies are available'to  those who apply for them to the pub.  lications branch, denarttnent of agriculture, Ottawa.  CLOSING-OUT  Richmond'!  Stock  Instructions are: Clear Shelves as Quickly as Possible, as  it is imperative to liquidate the estate at once.   Robt. Donoghue,  Assignee, insists on quick action.  The Sale has now been going on one week* and every day, rain  or shine, the store has been crowded with eager buyers, and will  be until the last article of this mammoth stock �� sold.  Bring the Whole Family and get them  Fitted Out for Winter at Less Than  Wholesele Prices  with High-Class Seasonable, Serviceable Merchandise. Many-have expressed their feelings by saying this is the greatest boon that could have  come for the people of Kelowna and district���to be able to buy their  goods at such low prices when money is tight.'  So it is an ill wind that  don't blow someone good  Richmonds Loss is Your Gain  Remember, Everything Goes.   Come while stock is large.   Still over $35,000  j    worth of goods to be sold, including all kinds Winter Goods for the whole family  Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers  RICHMONDS STORE  ROBT. DONOGHUE  Assignee for the Estate THURSDAY, NOVKMbEB Id, MU  KELOWNA  RBCOBJ)  *mQm  Some remarkable pretty styles in Women's  Waists.    They are fashion's latest fancies  and at prices that are unusually low considering their quality and excellence  Smart Crepe de Chene Waists with long  sleeves and pleated low collar, in shades of  Navy, Mole, White and Black $4.25  White Messaline Silk Waists, trimmed with  novelty buttons $j.Lj  Crepe de Chene Waists, with smart little  pockets and -lace collar, in Old Rose, Tango  and White ...........$6.25  White Linen, smartly embroidered, with the  latest plain linen collar.   Sizes 36,38,40, 42  and 44   $2.75  Millinery  We are now showing the latest styles in Black  Velvet Military Shapes, reasonably priced.  A Black Russian Toque, trimmed White  Ribbon and Cord   $4.50  Jerman Hunt  Wnswl \ Dry Pine and Fir'' 6"in'  W ��   ^#^#%a* O Guaranteed dry wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2.75 rick    Five or.over....$2i50 rick  Delivered anywhere ia town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders rosy be led wilh the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 96)  Oven is a wonderful baker. That's becc:  the heat flues completely encircle it.  W  (J)a9jAq  satisfies the  most exacting  JyjUtyv  c00jf, on every point, ix't the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.       ���  MADE IN CANADA  Oa Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Prime Fresh  Meat  Feci "locally, and carefully  selected, is all we sell. We  are building up our business With Satisfied customers, and we want to  make you one  We wish to make it plain that we have no connection with  P. Burns A Co. or any other business in town  W. LUDLOW & CO.  Prompt Deliveries Phone 123  WATER STREET (Behind Bank of Mentre.1)  Propaganda  Deep Laid   German- Soheme   to Vat  Newspapers of World for Their Own  . Purposes Report    submitted   to  Government' by British  Ambassador at Berlin.  The following is an extract copy of'  the first ot a series of reports submitted to the imperial government by  Sir. E, W. Goschen, Ambassador at  Berlin, with reference to an official  German organisation for influencing  the press of other countries. The  other .numbers oi the series were short  despatches giving in greater detail information conveyed in the first despatch. It ahould be stated, however,  that the reference to the Haves Agency was afterward found to ba erroneous, lor although that news agency had been approached by ' German  agents, the Havas people refused to  even take the proposition into consideration. The despatch, enclosed in a  letter addressed to Sit Kdward Grey,  is as follows:  For soma time past a variety of  schemes had ��� been ventilated in tho  press with the object of improving'  German prestige abroad. It was said  that in certain foreign parts Germany  was being persistently and wrongfully  abused, that she could obtain no fair  hearing because the press of those distant countries was in hands hostile to  any. German enterprise, and because  ths telegraphic agencies serving those  countries were equally biassed. An  "Association for World-Commerce"  was to have remedied this evil by a  persistent pro-German propaganda in  the countries moat bitterly oomplained  of. It was hoped that the neressary  funds could have been raised by contributions from all the trading and  industrial societies interested in the  German export trade, and in view ol  the supreme importance to Germany  of her export trade, it was intended  that agents of the association should  be sent and stationed abroad to assist the exporting industries by timely advice and an active policy generally, such as private individuals  pursue more affectively than offiioiala.  Thc opportunity for realizing this  scheme seemed to offer itself under the  following circumstances. A plan was  being prepared to start a German-  American economic' sooiety. Similar  societies .with an application to otner  countries already exist���e.g., a German  Argentine Society, a German-Canadian  Society, a German-Russian Society,  etc. The foundation of a German-  American Sooiety had been advocated  in connection with the revision of the  American tariff which gave German  industries new chances ol an intensified, export to the United States. As  was natural in any matters dealing  with German-American affairs, Hr. Bal  lin, of the .Hamburg-American Line,  was approached to take the matter  in hand. He consented. Under his  inspiration. tha idea of a German-  American Society was abandoned and  the idea of a World-Sooiety was substituted. A preliminary meeting waa  held at whioh the various German-  foreign: societies were represented;  there, ware present also representatives  of the ''Central Association of German. Industrials" and of ita great  rival, tha "Federation of Industrials,"  as well as the njost oi ths leading  industrial firms, Internal dissensions,  however, soon appeared, and several  important members Bent in their resignations.  The' details ol tha foundation were  to (have been settled at a meeting convened for the 26th February; today  the' whole soheme stands prorogued  sins die. If it is ever realized its  plan will have to ba considerably altered. In the meantime the original  plan of a German-American Society  haa been revived. This society is,  in faot, to ba constituted in Berlin  early in Maroh in the form originally  intended.  It would seam strange had H. Berlin so readily aooepted'defeat. The  explanation lies in the faot that, at  the request of very highly placed persons, his interest has been transferred  to another more delicate and mora or  less secret organisation, devised ' to  undertake those duties of Mr. Ballin's  would-be "Wehvecein"' whieh concerned the German reputation abroad.  A ahort time ago a meeting of  which the secret has been well kept,  was convened in lhe Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ot which Dr. Hamsnn, the  notorious head of the press bureau  of the German Foreign Offioe, waa the  originator, and at which the foreign  Secretary himself was present. ILe  meeting waa attended by R.emher* of  the leading industrial concerns of this  country; ths North German Lloyd, the  Hamburg-American Company, ths  Deutsche Bank, the Disoonto rjesssll-  schaft, ths Allgemeina Eketrloitats-  gessellsohaft; Siemens land Halske, the  Sohuakert Works, Krupp, the Cruson  Works, etoi They formed a private  company with the purpose of "furthering the' German industrial prestige  abroad"��� a conveniently vamie pur-  nose, j The - company will bs financed  bv private subscriptions and bv a government grant. The sum at first suggested aa a necessary revenue from pri  vats subscription was ��13,500, but the  company present at the first meeting  was so enthusiastic that H definitely, promised annual subscriptions  amounting to ��35,000. The government will add ��13,500 ner njroum-  ths whole Secret Service Fund, in foot  at the disposal of ths Imperial Foreign offioe for similar purnoses (e.g.,  for the payment ot subsidies to certain papers abroad).  The oompany has entered into an  agreement with the "Agenoe Havas"  that the latter will in future onlv publish news concornine Germany if supplied through "WoHTs Telegraphen-  Bureau". The latter will receive Its  German news exclusively from ths new  comnany. The company intends to  make a similar arrangtnumt wilh Renter's    Telegraphic   Bureau V    (hose  foreign countries in which- Reuter controls telogrsphio communications. If  Beater declines, the "Deinsehe Kabsl-  geselhjcheft" a smaller Uerinua news  agency supplying telegrivns from certain countries (e.g., Meiii-j) and nuking in agreement with Wailff's leiefjia-  phio Bureau, is to be htunccd bv 'the  new oompany to run a servioe in competition to Renter's, t  ' All the concerns represented at the  meeting have furthermore agreed to  pay into the company's hotchpot the  vary vast sums which they are accustomed lo spend abroad for their advertisements in foreign papers. The  total of this item alone is believed to  be not less than ��26,000 per annum���  so the annual sum available for the  purpose of the new oompany will  reach a total of ��50.000 to ��75,1)00.  The company will in future issue the  advertisement of its members only to  those foreign papers whioh publish  German information originating exclusively from the new company, which  is to bs regarded as the only authentic source of. information concerning  Germany and all things German. This  information they are to receive fiee  ot cost or at a nominal sum���so that  the willing foreign papers will derive  very material benefits from their collaboration with the company, viz.,  lucrative advertisements and free matter written in the language of the  country in which the papers are published. The foreign press is to be  watched by the company's agsnts ay  pointed in the various foreign cenlrea.  Any incorrect reports are to be telegraphed home and corrected by telegrams issued by the company. The  countries in which the system is to bo  immediately inaugurated are ithieflv  the South American States and those  of the Far East, but the system is to  embrace all countries outside Europe.  The German cable rates for press  telegrams are to be reduced in the  interests ol the new company.  It is difficult to say whether the evil  which the new company is to remedy  really exists, or exists to any preemptible extent, but it is oertain that a  very influential private company  has been called into existence with  every official encouragement commanding an enormous revenue for tlri purposes of a oro-Germnn neM-panor propaganda. Whether the svil exists or  not���the money will be spent on secret service to popularize Germany  abroad. It does not seem to have  occurred to the promoters of the  soheme that they are preparing the  ground for a vast system of international blackmail���hardlv a proper vnv  to reach the desired end.  Note.���Information since In.r tliM  to the Foreign Office has conclusively  established that such an agreement  whilst apparently intended bv the German comoaav. was not in faot entered  into, or indeed ever contemplated bv  tho "Agence Havas."  FOREIGN BORN IN V. S.  A bulletin Just issued by the census  authorities at Washington shows that  of ths countries now warring in the  world, the British empire is represented bv very muoh the largest number  amongthe population of the United  States. There were in April, 1910, 13,-  515,000 perspns of foreign birth in the  oountry, constituting 14.7 per cent, of  the population. The numbers were  divided ss follows:  England  .. 876,466  Scotland   .". .. .. 361,034  Wales ..   83,479  Ireland ,>    1,353,15S  Canada  1,201,146  Total   3,773.269  Germany    3,501,181  Russia  /.'..  1,602,752  Austria ,.'  .... .   1,670,534  France       117,336  .Taoan, (about) ..       150,000  Another aspect of the question is  the nfcmber nf foreign born who have  become naturalized. Of the males of  whom a record is kept* Germany  shows the largest nroportiqn as indication, it seems fair to conclude, that  the German citizen is more anxious to  cast off the old ties of the militaristic  Fatherland in favor of the new-found  home of liberty.  ���   HOW TO TELL OFFICER'S RANK  British offioers in khaki (besides tha  bands of braid on their caps',- wear the  following badges on the front of both  ouffs:  Second-Lieutenant.���One Star.  Lieutenant .���Two stars.   .  Captain.���Three stars.  Major.���Crown.  Lieut.-Col.���One orown, one star.  Colonel.���One crown, tsvo stars.  Non-Commissioned offioers wear (in  tins regiments) ths following badges:  {.anoe-Corporal.���One stripe on the  upper arm, both sides.  Corporal.���Two stripes.      ^  Sergeant.���Throe stripes.  Color-Sergeant.���Three stripes and  crossed flags.  Warrant offioers wear a orown above  the front' cuff, bnt no braiding on It,  nor do thev wear stripes.  FOLLOWING CANADA'S LEAD  Canada's example in instituting free  distribution of forest tree seedlings,  cuttings, etc., to prairie homesteaders for planting out as shelter baits,  etc., bids fair soon to be followed by  the United States Department ol Agriculture. The prospect is that this  distribution will be made from the  newly established Field Station at  Mandan, N.D. Mr. W. A. Peterson,  the superintendent of the statipa, lata  lv visited ths Dominion Forestry  Branch's Nursery Station at Indian  Head, Sask., in order to investigate  Canadian methods of carrying out tho  enterprise.  SSL  a  v  t| Suite made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  J. E. THRUSSELL  P. O. Box 621  Opposite Board oKTrade Office  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ons half mils of town, snd bains  shout loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of'the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMOHE. Don't miat tha opportunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable  properly.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, KC.  ai-     t'i  PER TON  Phone  66  Famous Taber Lump - $ 10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.50  Pensylvania Stove - 17.50  Pensylvania Nut -   17.50  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W.HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Washing and Repairing  for Men  E. GUIDI, St. Paul Street  is prepared to undertake Laundry  work and Repairing for Men  Best Work at Reasonable Charges  COLLECTION AND DELIVERY IF REQUIRED  We have what you want in  Common and Finish  Dooi  TS  Wind  ows  Shingles  Prices right      Delivery prompt       * j. '  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. 1XOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  Let a Record Want Ad.  Get it For You ��� ..-���,> WiW,-iJ.*^i3l  PAGE SIX  JO&OWNA  RECORD  THOBSDAf, NOVmiiB*. & ��tt  ��� SJS ���Jr=S��BrarMf3alpeBaaa��jeai  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  fcerpprated 19(H)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Bla.k.mithing done.     Weighbridge.     Oata cruahed.     Fence poatr, Milk,  Petatoea', Applea, Arc, for Sale.  Apply t* tha 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 O.iice :  9 to 12;  I to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  Bargains for Saturday  All kind* of Household Hardware on  Special Bargain Counters at slaughter  prices. Also Special Discount on Heating Stoves & Ranges for Saturday only  Morrison-Thompson  phone 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now/ completely 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  . ������������������':' '���  ���                       '1  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. A. ratten left on. Tuesday niorn-  iupt to spend a few days' visit with  his brother at Enderby.  ��     m     *  The Country Girls' Hospital Aid will  meet at the home of Mrs. Drysdale,  near  Jlankhuad on  Saturday,  Novora-  ber 11tli at 3 o'clock.  # ���  *  W. T. MoDonald, provincial live  stock commissioner,, stated recently  that his department is elevating considerable attention to assisting farmers to erect silos. An expert is furnished free of charge to direct construction on tbe t latest improved  lines, and in addition silo-filling demonstrations are being carried out  at various points for the benefit of  the farmers.  * ��  ��� .  Although the night was rather wet  and nasty a good crowd turned out  on Tuesday night for the masquerade  carnival at the roller rink. Some very  pretty costumes were mingled with the  great number of comic and original  ones. The prizes were awarded- as  follows: Best fancy, 1st lady, Mins  E. Palmer, 2nd, Mrs. Foreman; Best  gent, 1st Kobt. Ehret, 2nd Mr. J. Porter; Best comic, 1st lady, Miss E.  Haug, 2nd Miss M. Bigger; best, comic gent, 1st Mr. G. Newmeyer, 2nd,  Mr. B. Healey.  When the long distance "telephone  line of. the Dominion government is  laid to Midway from Osoyoos, says  the Penticton Herald,���and thiB work  should be finished by Christmas���there  will only be a gap of eight miles  between the lines out from Midway  and Greenwood. When this gap is  closed, people in Pentioton will be abl?  to talk over the Company's systems  to friends in Nelson, about 300 miloH  away. The line Bouth to Osoyoos  was completed from Fairview to 0so-  vooa last Friday week and the boundary line a dav or two later.  BIRTH  WATT.-On Wednesday. Nov. 4th,    to  Mr. and Mrs. Alec. Watt, a son.  Benvoulin Notes  Hiss Mawhfnney who is a visitor in  the district, from Calgary rendered two  vocal selections which wero muoh enjoyed during the course ot the lecture  last week.  ��   . _  Those who have purchased tickets  for the lecture course are looking forward to tho second reoture in the aeries to be given by Mr. J,. V. 'tcagoro,  on Dec. 1st. The subject of 'il, ltog-  ers' lecture will be "Imperial Co-operation."  a   .  Bev. W. T. Beattie will give the  second address in the course to young  men and women on Sunday evening at  7.30. Subject, "The Ministry and  Power of Sacred Song.** All aro welcome.  The lecture given by Mr. It. B. Kerr  of Kelowna on "Progress" in the  Presbyterian church at Benvoulin. last  week, was greatly enjoyed. Mr. Kerr  is an able and interesting lecturer and  held the attention of his audience from  first to last. Benvoulin people will  welcome him again should he see fit  to favor them with another lecture  on some future occasion.  Mr. ScrogginB of Peachland wa.  visitor in town Tuesday.  An Anglican ohuroh is to be  shortly in Hedley.  built  Mrs. J. W. Jones will receive on  Friday. Nov. 13, from 3 to 6 p,��ji.,  and afterwards on tha second Friday of each month instead ot second  and fourth.  ...  On Sunday morning in the Methodist church the pastor will speak on  "Kocovering Youth's Vitality" and in  the evening Kev. I. W. Williamson, of  Vancouver will conduct the servioe.  ...  On the night of Halloween a bicycle  was left outside Hr. W. W. Grummctt's  houso at Benvoulin and is there yet.  Whether this was somebody's notion  of a joke or whether the wheel wai  stolen from town and' ridden that far  it is impossible' to say,'but anyone  who has lost a bicycle abovt thai  time had better see Hr. Grummett.  .....   a  The <Church of England's Men's Society will resume its meetings on Monday next, Nov. 16th. Members are  earnestly requested to be present at  a p.m. sharp in the vestry us matters  of importance will be discusaeJ. We  would welcome anyone at these meetings. Particulars as to membership  can be oqtained irom the secretary-  treasurer, Mr. F. A. Martin.  ... x  The Court of Appeal for the pro  vince has found for the .municipality of Penticton in the now well-  known damage suit of McDougall &  Co., vs. Penticton, in which the water  system contractors sued the corporation for an amount in the neighborhood of J20,000. The total costs on  both sides will probably run to another $10,000, so that it can be seen  that the cost of the litigation is exceedingly important to the municipality.  *     tt      ��  The causes of the present war form*  ed the basis of an interesting discussion at the weekly meeting of the  Baptist Young People's Sooiety on  Monday last. The president Mr. G. R.  S, Blackaby gave an historical sketch  of events of the past hundred years  and showed, from his point of view  how the Germans had been planning  and scheming for this war. A number  of opinions were expressed as to the  real causes, and at the close refreshments were handed round and' a social  time spent.  Kelowna Poultry Show  November 25th, 26th and 27th  SCET YOUR BIRDS READY  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  Between the Presbyterian and Enfla.h chvarche.  Plant Bulba Now  Hyacinth. (Dutch and Roman), 80c to  $1 per doz. .  Daffodils (Emperor, Van Zion, double)  50c per doz.  Vic, Bicolor, Paper white, Barri, 35c  Portecu. (ornatus otpheawnt eyed) 25c  Crocus, Snowdrops, 20c per doz.  Cut Flowers  Carnation., Chry.anthemuma, 50c doz.  Violets  Pot Plants  Fern., Palms, Flowing Plant.  Perennial! (or Fall Planting  Freah cut Lettuce  Agent, for Coldstream & B.C. Nuraeriea  Ordera taken for ehrube and tree.  Palmer ft Rogerson  Phone 88 Box 117  WOMEN CAMPAIGN FOB RECRUITS  The Misses Winnifred and Ivy Hulrooney, waters, who are working hard  for Lord Kitchener's appeal for recruit, to fight the Germans. They rid.  through Hyde Park, London, and-personally request all young men to job  the British army.  Theso young women are merely one example of the spirit that pervade.  all England. Now that the British realize that the war ii on in earnest,  the general apathy and indifference that characterised the first few weeks  of the war bave given way to feverish exoltement and to a grim determination .($ heat Germany at aU costs. i ,            .  'aYTarryaTfaYTTai fr^TTi effYaVTfayrYaVlTaYTTarTfaV WiVaVri��HffWi*fa��lf*w*YayT\r"**'w*-' "frl  ^^^^^w^^^^^w^^w^^^^^v^^^ha^rw^^w^^^^^w^w^W^^^.^.^*j.^rw.^a^ajaxa^"Kwaa^^jBAKB^jtj|  There's Quality to  Our Groceries  If you once buy Groceries here you will be our customer  always.   The goods are Fresh Tempting and Palatable.  and the prises are fair, offering special inducement to the  cash purchaser.    Look the following items over:  Saturday Cash  Specials  Season 1914 Canned  Tomato.* 3.1b. tina2 (or .25c  Sugar Com, Aylmer or Quake  brand., 2 tin.. 25c  " Quaker " atandard Peee...2 for 25e  String Bean. 3 for 25c  St. Charles or B.C Cream���  IJ-oz. tine lOe  20.0*. tin. .2 lor 25c  Sardine, in oil 3 for 25c  English selected Sanhaee���  amoked �� 2 (er 23c  Kippered Herring, par tin. ...IS*  Choice Groceries. Bread, Pastries, Ac  Orange* Lemma, per dex. 40s  Grape Fruit, 2 far 25c  Finnan Haddie ,...(.. 13c  Kippered Black Cod.... 25c  Kippered ft.rrin* Cod........ 13c  Old Dutch, per tin 10c  Panahine, per tin 10c  Luz, per packet 10c  Sutherland . Bread  Stewart*. Bread  Queen Olives, o-os. bot, 2 for...25c  ,.        ���    16-oz. bot, each.,25c  Libby'a Spanish Queen Olive* qt.  bottle. 70c  Heinz'a Spaghetti, per tin 25e  ���   Pork and Bead.... ISc and 25c  H   Freah Mincemeat, per lb...25c  New Cranberriee, 2-lb. 35c  Demarara Sugar, 2| Ib. .!.... 25c  Cooking Molaeaee, per tin 15c  Poole'a Bread, Fresh Bum, Sponge Cake*, Doughnut*, Madiera <  Cake*, Shortbread���everything that* good 10 eat at Campbell's  GIVE AS A TRIAL  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh!  Phone Three Oh  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES     ,  1     SAND FOR SALE     ,  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE -KM TWJBSDAY, NOVSWbER 19,1014  aaMaeexaieua  M HHH  M ��e ..... MMM**  ������  -PUOFMSIONAI, AND    "  -*      BTTSiraSS CARDS     ��*  BURNE & TEMPti  Solteitow,  Notaiie* Public,  Conveyancer*, etc.  ikLOWNA. s       v   B.C.  R. B KERR  / Barrieter  and Solicitor,  Ntiteiy Public.  *^WN^      r :t B.C,  j WEDDBLL& CRIBBLE  I BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, Slid  I inlOTARIBS PUBLIC  "  9, Wllllt'B Bloch   ���   Kelowns, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member af tha B.C. SocUtr ol Archkact.  Architect  ij.lown.,B.C  '-r���  P.O. Bra. 509  ? ARTHUR P. PELTON  ARCHITECT  , P.O. boa 531 Phone ��02  Kelowna, B.C.  C. Harray. B.A., Sc, CE. D.LS., B.CXA,  CHARLES  HARVEY,  CjVIL ENGINEER mi  LAND  ��� SURVEYOR.  :,  -        Kelowna,   B.C.  PboneM?. P.O. Bo. 231  PIANOFORTE  ;   MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  h.a returned hi. teaching clat.es and will  Metre pupils at before in hi. studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna. -'  RO.b��374   , ���  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  ; wrrnH cgumba land  -SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O.fBOX 132  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. On.Soe.CE.  Consultttg Cloil sad Hgdrsullc  '    Bnflioeer -  B.C. LstidSureeyor  :kelownab.c.  UmmWAXt.CmMct'^m  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Btiglneets mi Lsod Sureeqore  Warn Utah-. W*����n., SrfrdWaicw mx.  a/.     l.   nt~*. P.O. Bex 261  3.CrowUrBloqk i>fcea,i31  r.J.W,t��to����Sh��p��i��r4  '.*. BMIM  'rtoaaM  Corner Pspsosi SvMt and  UwtMaee Avenue.  'tl   '��� i ������'-.���  JOHN CURTS  C&NTRAC^fclMlMR  PkttSWld  .    iMUId 9p  ���adeethnata*  in|S,Town sni  JOHN CURTS.        KELO��NA  ���lion* ftewt*  WotpiibUcBoitd-  r/Reei��Une����  8. W. THAYER, ft.y.8.  VBT1RWA1Y SUMMIT  RMidenes i GLENN AVENUE  MmaSM mm be Wt at **��� eCce ol  RMtieTrUtteabur. fk William*  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  ^Vmmi.mmmmi0nKjM"  ��� af St. Michael ot All Angela'  Church, leeein. PuplU for  Oram, Plsnoloris, Violin, Singing,  Theory, fte.  at hi* own �� pupil.' randanc*.  P.O. Be* Ml. Teleplioiie 120  Addreos A Wwtt Street  Cm^^Hu-tmmmmsiUpimimmf.OmVm  ���CiHwa�� mt every VltJ undertake*  mmtmuktuy want g��wiM*<p4  KLI a^vKNUC T^ltesskaSSlat loll  **rm?Jmtm'im\XamT'       ���**!����������  Auto Strop  om Free  to Soldiers  If you purchaae an Auto Strop  Razor at lho regular price of $5  we will giro you a receipt  which you aend to the manufacturer, together with the nam*  and addrax of any Soldier or  Sailor at tha front or on the way  The company Will then  ���end him a $5.00 Auto  Strop Safety Razor, with,  out any other formality or  . condition*. Thi* offer hold*  good while the war lait*.  P.B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  'STATIONERS  Phono 19  Kelowna. B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Pit and Whiter Poplar  2 rich*-      -      -   $2.75 per rick  5 rich, or upward.- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick    -      ...   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -  $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Goal murine right* of the a Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the .N'oitlr-  wwt Territories, and in a portion -of  tha Province of British Columbia, may  be leased ior a term of -.wenty-one  year, at an annual rental of $1 an  aore. Not more than . 2,o"0 acres  Wi8 be leased to one applioant.  Application* for the' lease must be  made by tha applicant.in person to)  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in whieh the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions ol sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  ahall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Eaoh application must be accompanied by a fee of $6 which will be  refunded H the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the. min* at the  rate of five cent* per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, auch  returns shall be furnished at least  once a veer.  The lease will include the coal mining rightt only, but the - lease* may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available   surface   rights may be oon-  Jidered neoeeaary for the working of  he mine nt the rate of 110 an acre,  For full Information annlication  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of "fie Interior.   '  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for,  mamm(-  l     If  J. He CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  .  KELOWNA  Dr. MATHBON  Dentil*  KELOWNA  ������  B.C.  l*WV*V��rf*��^VVV����y^V��a>*^V��j*V��^^.��^>^te��ar^r^*i.^^a*'  ���**�����"���  KBMWtfA  l��*PM����l..     ��H  With the games tonight and tomorrow night the bowling schedule wil!  be half completed and the stronger  loams are well bunched near the top  while the four teams at the foot of  the standing are having an exciting  fight among themselves.  With half the games played it look*  as though any of the first four clubs  have a good chance while the teams  at present forming tho second division  will have a hard time forcing their  way into the first division without  considerable new material to strengthen their ranks.  The Bears no longer have the honor  of leading the league alone, now being  forced to share that position with  the Pelicans who drew up on . even-  terms with them by winning three  gomes from the Missions on Tuesday  night.  The Dreamlands and Beavers are  also in the race for the first place  and will no doubt be found hard contenders for the honors when the seasons rrears the close.  The Royal* and Starlights .are evenly balanoed and will probably make  an interesting race, while the Pastimes and Missions are slated to bring  up tho rear.  .     .'     .  Following are the games this week:  Tho Bears' lead was taken down   a  trifle last Thursday when the Pastimes  took two of the   throe games a*, fol.  lows:  PASTIMES   ..  1.. Pettigrew-.... 139 182 150-447  Hwcnl'agcr ...... 160 199 123���402  Willits . .. ... . ... 147 169 163-463  Anderson  101 116 102-319  Purdy 174 186 163-522  ���Totals , . . . , 711  786 707-2153  BF.ARS  Moresby "���. ..   94 156 131-360  Patten '.. ... 132 140 120-112  Hallauer ....... 166 190 156-612  McLeod 130 163 160-453  McCubbin 138 116 134-388  Totals ..... .-660  76*4  701-2148  ...  The Heavers took two from the Pelicans' on Friday by tho following  scores: '  PELICANS  Pntterson - 126   162 148-136  Watt  153   152 141-446  Harvev  115    8!) 144���."142  Panton .. ..'  142   126 173-44C  Irargloish  . 123   109 130-362  Totals , . . . . 669  692  736-2026  BEAVERS  Khret 150 141 169-454  West ..    194 117 129-371  Batt  IBS 131 139-425  Kerr HI 900 149-463  0-NeH   141 161 140-442  Total* . . .*'. . 691   760'707-2148  ; ...  On Monday night the Bears met an  other defeat at the hands of the  Dreamlands, who rolled three nice  irames, winning tno first two by th-  following scores:  BEARS  Soresbv  118 133 122-373  Patten .. ,   ..   108 MB 140-30  Hallauer ,i '.. .... .'178 159 196-533  McLeod 131 161 145���137  McCubbin 128 115 148-391  Totals . . .'.' . 660  713 "751-2124  DREAMLANDS  A. Johnson ...      148   14CA 150+146  Hedges  166   163 181-500  Brown   124  168 126-107  Parker  168 145 131-484  H. Treadgold .... 159   149 194-442  Totals 755  782 721-2228  ...     *       ���  The Pelicans won three straight from  the Missions on Tuesday night thereby  putting themselves on an oven footing  with the Bears, who are leading. Following war*, the scores: ���  PELICANS  Patterson ...... 122 170 150-442  Watt ..     .. i, .. ... 118 165 169-392  Fisher  . 116 138 138-384  Panton  115 2f0 172-497  Dalgleish . ,  187 146 144-447  Totals 628  896  708-2162  MISSION  Stubbs  120 111 129-360  Thomson .......   99 117 141���157  Holley      77 103 91-271  Barnebv      137 130 196-403  Baldwin 122 99 136 380  Totals ..... 656 553 633-1741  .     ..'   *  Laat night the Pastimes suffered another defeat at tbe hands of the Rov-  als who i were materially strengthened:  Following are the scores:  ���*'        PASTIMES  Swerdfoger 141 163 118-492  Gibb     91 171 114-376  Willits  108 184 116-378  Hoy .. ; '.. 119 129 99-347  Purdy    165 172 174-511  Totals ',624  789 681-2034  ROYALS  H.'Johnson .... 150 198 157-442  Marquet '., 118 193 175-416  Lisle Coatea . . . . 10��. 141 126-376  Loney  ... ... Ill 157 178-443  Les. Coatee . . . .. 184 151. 167-502  Totals ..... 679 707  800-2170  ft ft'S  LEAGUE STANDING  UtCOKD  aaWVMOaaS.  moi trout  OILLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  REGULAR MEEiING  OF THE CITY COUNCIL  (Continued from Pag* One.)  The following .tending includes all  games played up to tb* end of last  wort:  A. K. Davy, general teaming .      4.00  James & Trenwith, August and  September supplies      33.15  I. S, Chamberlin, work alurina.  August   and September ....      3.00  G. Thomlinson, lineman's safety bolt  ,       6.50  \\. Haug, coal and cement ...    99.91  Kelowna Growers'    Exchange,  *   sack wheat  , ,  .........     2.62  D. Leckie, August and Septem-  .1   ber-supplies ...,   ..._    162.46  A. J. Jones, work -for power  house, Aug. and Sept      16.58  W. R,   Glen afe    Son.     power  house supplies        9.50  "McKenzie Co.,  power       house  "supplies        1.80  J.'A. Morrison & Co., water  ; works supplies 2.75  Crawford &-Co., stationery ...      1.25  D. D. Campbell, soap  '2.00  W. M- Parker, repairs to water  meter    ...       .60  Lakeview Livery, teaming  ..;..      2.28  W. R. Trench, stationery        525  Thos. Lawson Ltd. August and  September supplies          .33  Kelowna Machine Shpps, repair  to water cart ..:      10.40  0. K. Lumber Co., lumber      43.35  Kelowna jCourier, printing and  and ads for October     69.00  Burroughs Adding Machine Co-  Co. 12 rolls paper        2.25  Northern Electric Co.,   power  house supplies       ' 48.73  Canadian General' Electric Co.  power    house supplies     110.25  Canadian Consolidated liubber  Co. fire dept. supplies      91.15  Eureka Packing Co.,     steam  packing    *     4.66  Offioe Specialty .Mlg. Co. Transfer cabinet and guides      18.40  Kelowna   Garage   cV   Machine    <  Works Ltd. power     house  supplies         10.40  Terminal City Iron Works, fire  hydrant   .caps    and'-valves      9.90  G. E. Ritchie, repairs to police  quarters        5.08  Kelowna Sawmill Co., lumber  and hauling sawdust, Aug.  -"      ���'' SSStSmmmmmmmmTmmmmuMm  G. Henshall, waterworks   3.70  J. Berger, waterworks   1.30  J. Wilson, waterworks   3.76  A. "Webster, waterworks ,-r:   1.20  G. F. Teal, waterworks, ...   85.00  W. Sabine, salary   100.73  F, B. Hirst, salary   110.00  IS., D. Colquette, salary   150.00  E. Fowler, salary       110.00  F. Varney, salary      85.00  F. Freeman, salary '.     68.00  B. M. Hill, salary  100.00  G. H. Dunn, salary  166.66  F. V. Royle salary   110.00  P. T. Dunn, salary  100.00  H. W. Thomas, salary  .... 118.00  Albert Gibb, salary  85.00  J. A. Bigger, salary   5.00  A. R. Davy, salary   168.66  Dr. H.L.A. Keller, rent  27.50  H. I. Johnston,-rent  I,��� 10.0ft  & Weddell, salary   02.50  Unnis & McDonnell, teaming . 18.00  ii. H. Dunn, expense acct. ...(g) 19.47  rvelowna Hospital Society, balance of 1914 grant   726.47  B. C,. Anti-tuberculosis Society ���  grant  :   ,80.00  Alderman Sutherland pointed out  that the payment of these accounts  Would deplete the city's funds, aud  urged the necessity of limiting expenditure for all purposes against' current revenue to the amountM receipts  from monthly rates until 1915 taxes  became payable. He did not think  the incoming tcouncil would be able  to secure any further advances against  current revenue from 'the bank. ��� f ���  j Alderman Copeland said the Board  'of Works was giving steady employment to one team on street work for  ithe purpose of keeping the streets in  xepair. He was of opinion that it  would be false economy to lav off tl is  team during the wet weather, but he  would be governed bv the cotnoil'a decision  It was decided that the team should  be retained until the streets became  firmer through frost of fine weather,  but at the same time it was requested  that expenditure shouldbe kept to the  minimum.  Slept, and Oct   ,. ,W|  .   761.35  11. Howard,  street work  16.20  T. Barrett,.street Work  ...a." .  .    34.50  1'nnis & McDonnell, learning  .   174.00  A. Clark, street work ..  * ...    .  .     19.60  Frank Davis  street work' ....  .    23.80  G. Balsillie,  street' work  .    21.60  F. Swa'inson  street worl  .    85.00  J. D. Plant,  waterworks  work      1.20  .. .. .   18   -  12 .  11  6-.6��e  .. ..    18  7-.610  Dreamlands  ...    18  10  8-.5B6  Pelioans . , .  . . .18  10-*  8-.5S5  Pastimes .. .  ...   18  V  9-.500  .Starlights .  .  .  .    18  6  9-.400  Rovals   .. ..   18  7  I1-.385  Missiou . . .  . . . .   IS  4  11���.290  The     following   accounts were neld  over from last week:  T. S. Ruffell transcribing notes  re evidence on body of S.  Hr Wickerson ....     ��     2.90  Dr. Huycke, attending" inquest  of S. H. Wickerson         5.00  E. Weddell, inquest over remains of S. H. Wickerson      10.00  T. S. Ruffell, transcribing notes  re evidence on the body  of Wong Fung Choi .. ... 1.25  Dr. Iluvckc, attending inquest  qf Wong Fung Choi ....      10.00  E. Weddell, attending   at the  inquest of Wong Fong Choi    20.00  W. Haug, sacks          4.50  D- Leckie, park supplies          9.40  R. W. Thomas,    interpreter's  fees, (police court)          2.50  John Levitt, special police fee        2.50  H.  Herbert,  waterworks           2.70  S. T. Elliott, expenses taking  ...  Mrs.   J. Stewart to   New  Westminster  * ,... .    27.95  T. Dillahough,   building    one  scavenging tank        25.00  C.P.R., freight    ������������      17-68  Can. Westinghouse Co. balance due on street lighting  and switchboard contracts   1972.52  Chas. Harvev, 1628   yards of  share rook   ...     195.36  W. W. Grummett,   refund   of.  taxes paid on lane.         2.12  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Nov. 16.���Starlights v. Pelicans.  Nov. 17.���Pastimes Vs Dreamlands.  Nov. 18.���Beavers vs Royals.  Nov. 19.���Mission vs Bears.  .   of the Kelowna  Young Peoples' Societies  In the Methodist church  Monday, Nov. J_6tH  Good Music  Special Addict, to Young People by  Rev. I. W. WilliMnson  of Vancouver  mm.  The Walls of Jellicoe  (Being Reflections of an A.B. somewhere in the.region of theArotie Circle.)  When you yawn your way upstairs-, shake your   duds   off, bolt your prayors,  and blinking on the pillow lay your bead���lucky brute!  Ere you shut your eyes and snore, heave a thought to this here war, and  consider how you get your   daily bread���cheese and alii '���'  For no Pruwian bullet* rain on your pretty window pane; no Uhlans ruah  your room to draw your teeth;  You're not screaming full of dread for tho kiddie* overhead or the kitten in  the kitchen underneath���pretty puss!  And for why? Because you know, tho' no gratitude you show, that a   lot  ol lump*, of steel with works> inside���tic-a-tad  Are for ever on the feel round the funk-hole out of   Kiel    where the   little  bluecoat boy* of William hide:    -  But you ought to be awake, verse, you did and no mistake,   just to fancy  how we beggars rub along, ' -  On a nippy T.B.D. rolling nasty in the sea on   a   moonless   night     with  breakers going strong���hold my hood I  When we're ���teaming thro' tbe dark showing not a blink   or   spark, end  watching for a mine or puff of smoke.  And hopinrr that the nose of the German when   it   .hows,   may be punched  into a blooming kind of joke���falling flat! .__  .     .     .     .  On the flagship'* bridge a man takes a - long and quiet.scan ol a   oertain  bit of coastline lying east���Viler land I  And it'* him what has to think how .to   get   your   meat   and drink,   and  likewise how to save you from the beast; '  It is him, too, ha* to know how and where to   smash the foe as   soon as  e'er that Joe Is on the crawl, ' i J  lie must make his mind up slick and let at 'em awful quick, and snoil old  Tirpits's mug for good and all���Full inside I  There is no one bv to say, Can I lend a hand J. al.? There   is   no one near  to treat him like a friend.  He's the lonliest bloke at sea, aud thank God it isn't mo, but you're safe  while he is keeping un iris end;  lie is Admiral Issimo, whioh is Johnny Jellicoe, and I hope you'll breathe  his name< in all your prnyer>�����don't forrretl  For he's vou and me and alt, and if his old walls should fall, earth   would  close for alterations and repairs���Burn the map!  ....,- ���*---���  Now I'll leave yon to vour sleep with the hope that   food*   is cheap, and  wishing that the news may quickly1 run-  How the German fleet that was Wt any more because the   Ocean hadn't  room for more than one���Sohlafen wohl    -        HAROLD BEGBIE.  You Can't Earn Money  When You're Laid Up  There are a lot of puople in thi*  town who cannot afford to .be sick.  Perhaps none of you feel that you oan,  but certainly some of you can't, for  as soon as vou arc sick, your wngos  stop and worry and debts begin to  pile up. The sensible t.'-'-- fnr you  to do, uh soon as you feel run-down  and worn out, no matter what the  cause, Ib to take something just us  quick as vou can to build tin strenv'th  and health. Hake yourself more cam-  fortable and provide ai'a'n.t Hiari aua  sickness.  Wo don't bolieve there Is nnv other  medicine made that will do as much  towards saving your health rind thus  helping you save vour money an Hix-  iill Olive Oil Emulsion. It '�� n medicine that gets right at the trouble anal  relieves it bv toning the luirv.H, .:n-  riching tho blood, anl givinj r.Dw  strength and health to the whole body.  It doesn't do this bv means of alcohol  or hnbit-forminp! drugs, because it con-,  tsinB none. Its strength and raa-a'tV  giving power is due to pure Olive Oil  and the Hypophosphites, Ion? rodo**.  ed bv successful nbvsicians, tho one for  its food value, tho other for iti tonic  value. Here for tho first timai, they  are combined, and the result :s n real  nerve, blood and bodv-building rnadi-  cine��� a real etrengthener that we nre  oroud to tell'vou about. S".��i tlnn't  need to hesitate in using it, hecauso  if it doesn't do nil we say it will  and satisfy vou in every way. it will  cost vou nothing. If it doesn't make  vou strong and well aarain, come back  and rret vour money. It will be given  to' vou without a word rr "uoaa'ion.  Sold onlv at the rnone'thnn 7,00(1 Kox-  all stores, and in this town .on'y l.y  us.   Sfl.OO.  B. WILLITS & CO.   w^M--^i*.tH*a>SttEft7P.t  ��*:  Bernard Avo.  Tben Ifl ft Rexall Store ia nearly every town  nnd oity ia the United States, Canada and  Great Britain, Then in a different Resall  Ilemedy for nearly every ordinary human ill ���  cr.ch CFpaciutly dcF.pned for tbe particular ill  for whir;., it ia reconanended.  The R&c!l Ctrreg are America** Qttmtmt  Di-u~ ttorca  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Also First-Class Hay  Thos. Bulman  Willil. Block Phone. 306 tk 3206  4etf  (WW!?  JmmX,/0/V/i/<f  Talcum Powder  ���ii the most refreshing  and pleasant of all talcs  111 aluaive fragrance, cool-  ' MM and antiseptic qualitiee  have placed It foremost  ���M0��c talcums and made It  (he favorite of many users.  The high quality of the t*lc���its fine-  mm of texture and the costliness  of the' perfume that gives it iu frag-  , ranee are not equalled In any other  talc you caa buy.  AU Druggists,, 2$c, Hut,  Hade!* ��  eovwtioM nmrvuU limitro, touomto  ENO  "FRUIT  SALT  ���'���'-"������-  iiL ��"�������   <.'   !j ���  ��*1g.-yy-gV'.   a.m>  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  c  WANTED!]  Prepaid Bates: 2 cents per word  lirst insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less than 25 oents.  WAR NEWS IN PICTURES  All classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for these ad*  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR  SALE  BAY.FOR SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ranoh. Mtf  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- Houn  and lot, J1250, olos* in. Apply Son  Ut Kalowna. 19tf.  FOR .SALE.- Good motor car,   five  passenger.    Price $250.     Apply Box  "A" Record.  4Hf.  FOK SALE.���Good milch cow, 5 year-  old. SCO. Also table and feed carrots and artichokes. C. T. D. Russell. 49-51p  FOK SALE.���At Okanauan Mission 20  acres for 112,000 (half cash) Would  make i?ood sheep farm. C'entrullv located on good roads. Part cleared  ready for crop, balance Heht clearing. Good water licence. Apply .R.  L. Dji'-lish, Okanagan Mission, BaO.  51-1  Another very interesting number of  the Universal Animated Weekly will be  shown at the Opera House on Saturday, Views taken during the early  stages of the war in France' and Belgium are included in this asj-ies. Another instalment of the "Million Dollar Mystery" which is said to be more  thrilling than ever, will also be included in this program.  Manager Duncan informs us that he  hopes to secure a booking of the big  feature film, "The British Army" at  an early date.  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davis* will b* at Mr.  Mathi.'s (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours .of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday of each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 62R, Kelowna. Mtf.  FOR SALE.���Sueking pigs 1(2.00 er'oh.  (pure Berkshire and Berkshire-Yorkshire) also midsummer pigs. Would  exenange for voun^ cattle. Central  Okanugan Lands Ltd. Cilenrnore  Kanch. oltf  Registered  Jersey Bull  MONARCH  Four-year-oid. Stintling (or service  Glenview Dairy  Phone 2302 J.B. Fisl.er  LISTINGS WANTED  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED.��� Pruning oy day or contract. Experienced worker. Apply  Box "E" Record. 51  TO RENT  f0 SENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent $12.00 per mo  Apply W. H. Fleming, Ke'owne. Mtf  ROOMS TO RENT.-Furnished bedrooms or for light housekeeping.  Board if required. Mrs. Ford, Sutherland avenue. Phone 5201.       50-53  of bearing orchards and fruit lands  from parties who are willing to trade  for prairie farms or t'algat'v and Vancouver revenue bearing properties.  BIM.MAN & CROSS  Phone 306      Willits  Block  Warning  Shooting ia forbidden on Cloverdale  Ranch. Any person found carrying fire.  arma on any of my property will be pro.  aecuted. Thia ia found neceasary or  account of the loss of valuable ahimala  attributed to c.releas .hooting.  48tf THOS. BULMAN  as:  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES    TAKEN   FOR   PASTURE  and fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch. 43tf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate ranch  with house and orchard coming into  bearing next year. Must be sold  immediately. Genuine buyer can  make own terms. Apply Box "C"  Record. 4Vtf  WANTED.���Organ, in good condition,  State lowest price, Box "0" Record. 50-1  IN* POUND.���One brown mare, i-ranal-  ed "X" on right shoulder, alout 9  vears old. If not claimed within  seven days will be sold by nuction.  (Signed) A. R. Davy, pound 1'eeper  51  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 6 p.m.,  ���t the reaidence of S. M. Gore, Patttf son Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE.  President  S.M. GORE. Sec.  P.O. Box 382  J. A. BIGGER  BUILPER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate* Furnished for all clause  of work  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland  White   Egg,   Walton   and  Brooks atraira, English Penciled, $2.50 to $5  America Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Alao two fine young Bronze Turkey Toma  $5 each.  Appy  Mra. E. A. DAY, Kelowna  48-55p  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  use  Sanitary at  all time*  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  .   Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  Methodist Sunday Scteoi  Entertainments by the ohildren are  always popular with the adult* and  the concert last Friday evening by tbe  children of tke Methodist Sunday  school was no exception to the rule.  The church was filled with an appreciative audienoe and each number  on the program was greeted with applause which showed that the cure  and perseverance exercised in the training of the children was fully recognized. The ladies who had this matter  in hand deserve great oredit for the  resultR attained.  While all the ohildren taking, part  did exceedinglv well the smaller ones  perhaps came in for the larger share  of applause, the primary class especially taking their parts very naturally.  The drill by the girls of Mr*. Switzer'. class waB the eaiiBe of much merriment and thev were recalled to go  through their evolutions a , second  time.  Of the ndult numbers Mr. P. 11.  Snashitll's ilesjription of Rubenstein  playing the piano was undoubtedly the  favorite and Mr. Snashall1 showed  rat-eat talent in his rendering- of this  difficult piece. The songs by .Misses  Staples and Mawhinnev end Mr. Campbell were   also   well reoeived. The ad  dress by the pastor. Rev. J. C. Switzer waa as usual eminently suited for  the occasion and was aa interesting  to the adult members of the audienoe  as to the ohildren.  The following Ib the full program: .  Song   Primary Class  Recitation, "Doing Mother"  ,Ron��ld Todd  .    Thomas Snashall  Mrs. Switser's ol-  Primary das*  Recitation .  Dialogue ..  Dialogue ...  Violin Solo  Doll Drill ..  Recitation  Duck."  Recitation .  Recitation .  Song       Recitation  Mr.  'How  Address  Spng. '  Song, '  Drill  W. MoKeown       Sixteen girls  Father Carved the  ..   Mao. Knight   .-. Oakley Forbes    Mr. 1>.B> Snashall  A number of girls  People's Proper Places.'  Donald Woolsey      Rev. J. C. Switzer  'My RoBe"   Miss Staples  Mifanwy"    ... Miss Mawhinncy  Mrs. Switzer's   olass  Solo "SonB of the Sea" Mr. Campbell  A memorial servioe to the late Mr*.  I). Leckie was held last Sundav morning at the l'resbyter'an ohuroh.  Mayor Jones and Alderman W. E,  Adams are at present on a visit to  the coast.  Mrs. D. S. McGuiro will receive on  Wednea.dav next, and on the third Wednesday of each month.  sAECTt3ja^M^3gr^v^wA^��jr^MmSr*A vt^w^ p ?v<:  P. BURNS & CO.  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  OUR MOTTO:   "Small Profits and Quick Returns."  Just Arrived: Shamrock and Dominion Hams and  Bacon, Fresh from lhe smoke house.  Try oar Fresh Creamery and Dairy Batter.   Ain No.  Have our Mr. Keevil e#ll for your orders.   He will keep  you posted with what we have in stock.   Or Phone 135  DON'T FORGET OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL  They are Money Savers  7W>��1lmjsiTJfJt*3&iat3f}uimshf^m>jmZm^  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER W. 1911  axgaasaa ","    .."Wmi   "in �� i  ����������*������������������*��*�����������  It PAYS to deal with  McKENZIE  TRY IT  We want you have some of this dried fruit before -  it is gone, and it will mighty soon go at these prices.  See the stock: its good.   Look at the prices: they  are good.   *  PRUNES, 80-90 *��e..,,  3 pound* for.. t .23  per 25       ���    box -1.50  PRUNES, 50 60 sise.  2      ���    for...   .25  pei 25      ���    bo*   2.50  PEACHES, nice bright stock... 3      ���    for...   .25  per 25      ���    box   150  PEARS, choice goods 2      ���,  In...   .25  per 25      ���    brx   2.50   .  FIGS, California crop .....10 cents per pound  per 25 pound box $2.00  APRICOTS, clean and good 10 cents per pound  '���;,, per 25 pound box $2.25  Art-tES  3 pound, for...   .25  pet 50     _,    box   4.00  RAISINS, cluster. ..;.���per   3 Y ���       ���        .50  CURRANTS, in bulk  3      L    lo,...   .23, ?  RAISINS, seeded, 16-oz. package*...... 10 cent* each  3 package* for...    .25  SULTANAS, choice bleached, 16-oz., 15 cent* each  2 pound* for...   .25  PEEL, Orange, Lemon & Citron, 20 cent* per pound  - 3 pounds for...    .50  The new stock will soon be here, but. the prices will  certainly not be like these.   These prices will prevail  until we have sold over one thousand pounds of  evaporated and dried fruit.  BUY A BOX FOR YOUR WINTERS' SUPPLY  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Qaality k Ssrtks sarasUs.  S per cent Dwcou.t for Caah  Monthly account, aett  *��1 W R       a,,.  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shpp Fitting  - Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppoiatc the Burbank Motor Garaa*  Gigantic Grocery  Sale  Larger and Greater Bargains than ever  Be among the many, and attend this sale  You cannot afford lo miss these extraordinary prices.   We still  have a large stock of everyday necessities including a large  quantity of Purity Flour at the following price*:  Best Purity, 98-lb. sacks      $3.90  Three Star Purity, 98-lb. sacks ,......$3.50  This an excellent bread maker  Every price in the (tore dashed to piece*.  DONT WAIT BUY TO-DAY  W. M. EDWARDS  ���mm  Special Saturday and Monday SALE  Misses' & Children's Dresses, Sweaters, Coats, Head-  wear, Jersey Suits, Kimonas and Flnte. Underwear  COATS  .'   -  in nice girlish styles. Chinchilla, flare bottom. Colors,  Tan,   Brown, Navy, Mixed Tweeds,  Fancy Serges  Misses' from $6.50 to $10.00 .  .Special $5*00  Girls'  ���     5.50 ���    8.50 .  .      m      4.50  Children'  s     3.00 ���    5.50.  .     ���     2.75  JERSEY SUITS and SWEATERS  Misses', Girls' and Children  Sweaters, $1.25 to $2.75 for $1.00  Jersey Suits, $1.75 to $2.75..for $1 - $2.25  TAMS AND BONNETS  Very special table of these at 50c  DRESSES  Muses', 12 to 16 yean, $3.75 to 7.50  For... ..$2.50  Girls', 6 to 11 years, $2.50 to $4.50 '  For......$l.95  Children's, I to 5 years, 75c to $2.00  For......50c  IIIU   . I1--

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