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Array m  N07-. 9:::*.  7-*'  ftttttrtt  VOL. VI.   NO. 50.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5, I9I4.-8 PACES  $1.50 Per Annum  Regular Meeting of  tkejily Council  City Irrigation System Must be  Repaired before used Again  Th* counoil held a meeting last Friday morning, Acting-Mayor Sutherland, and Aldermen Copeland, Duggan,  Kattenbury and Taylor attending.  A batch of correspondence on various matters was first dealt with, including a communication from th. district anginesr of th* Provincial Water  Bight.' Branch, who stated that while  ' in Kelowna ha had mad* an examination of tha ditches and flumes for  carrying the irrigation water to the  different lots within the oity, und had  found that they were in a very bad  state of repair, for thi. reason he  had directed' that the whole system  bs.-olosed to the passage of water until  the neoesaary repairs had been made.  A letter was also read from thu Provincial Inspector of Factories requesting that two exposed pulleys in the  power house b* properly guarded. It  was desided to instruct the chief engineer to see to this.  Alderman Sutherland stated thut the  committee in oharge of the Patriotic  Concert had suggested that in view ol  the faot that tbe Opera House nnd all  work in connection with the concert  was being given free of charge, the  city might supply free light for ths  eoaoert.  The oounoil agreed to this and instructions were given to have the necessary meter reading, takon.  Community Suffers  Loss in Death  of Mrs. Leckie  Deceased Lady Most Widely  Popular of Kelowna Residents  Fire Tbreateas P. Burns & Go.  If. Burns e, Co.'s atore had a narrow eacaps drum destruction by tire  Tuesday night, or rather in the early  uoura of Wednesday morning. By some  means or othsr a lira started in a pile  of wood up against the concrete wall  at th* back of the building and th.  flames wsr. drawn in through a small  ventilator at the foot uf tb* wall,  setting fir. to the floor joists underneath ths sausage room. Discovery of  the fir* was made by Mr. H. Burns,  th* barber, who ha* a room in th*  Morrison blook next door, fl* wa.  aroused bv the smoke which had puno  trated - into -sis room and at ono*  turned ia an alarm of fire. ^L~  Th* firs was just beginning to se-  our* a hold of the interior woodwork  whan ths brirrade arrived. By sutting  through the floor and pouring a  stream of water through the Idas,  was speedily extinguiahad, but not  befor* considerable damage had been  don* to th* refrigerating plant aad  other machinery.  No damage was done to the stock  or to any other part of the store. It  is estimated that ths total loss 'rill  reach about WOO.  How the fire cam. to start in the  wood pile remains a mystery, as rain  was falling at the time i u.l would  bave extinguished any matoh or cigarette accidentally thrown do-vn.  Gennaas Claim Victory  io tbe i-iciflc  Ths German warship. Gnaiseoau,  Seharnhorst, Nurnberg, Iaapeig aaa|  Dresden are said to have attacked ths  British fleet oft Coronel, Chili. The  British erniser Monmouth was sunk.  Ths cruiser Good flop* was very badly damaged, and as shs was on fir*  is supposed to havs been lost.  Tke British eruiser Glasgow took refuge in tb*.harbor of Coronel and is  bow bottled up.  Th* German warship Seharnhorst,  Nurnberg sad Gneissnau anchored in  Valparaiso harbor uninjured.  Mr. aad Mrs. Bae and Mr. and Mm.  McLean of Vanoouver, motored in  from the ooast this week on a visit  to Mr. h. Richmond, leaving Wsdnes-  dav after a few day* stay for Pentioton.  ' The Patriotic Concert organised by  a looal oommittee last Friday drew a  orowd to the Opera Bouse which packed ths building to the doors. Th*  varied and exosUent program which  had batn arranged was a great sue-  oess and almost every item waa encored enthusiastically.' As a result  the handsome sum of 4360 was raised,  which is to be divided equally between  ths hospital and the Benevolent Sooiety.  Bae Ritchie who is at MoGUl University reading Tor hie B.A. degree has  in oommen with many of his follow  students volunteered for service at  the front with the second contingent.  In oonssqusnee of the large number ol  student* who are joinng the ranks  the University authorities bave decided to give their next years' tuition to  all volunteers free on tneir return.  Mr. Leokie desires to express his appreciation and thanks for ths flowers  and for ths sympathy, expressed and  otherwise, which all members ol his  family have reoeived, tor tars many  kind offers oi assistance, snd for the  practical ssrrioas rendered, wherever  such wsr* neosssary or poastMe,  The unexpected death of Mrs. D.  i-eokie laat Tuesday afternoon cum:  as a shook to the whole community,  for probably no one in the district  waa so well known or so widely nn-1  deservedly popular. Her bright, auri  oheery manner, and active and iielpfua  participation in every social function,  not only in connection with the I'm  byterian ohuroh, with whioh she was  most intimately conncoted, but in all  other movements where the young peo  pie were concerned, made her so universally liked and respected tk .t few  people could be in town very long  without coming in contaot with ami  having a good word for Mrs. Leokiaa.  It was only a few days before tbut  the deceased lady was found to havo  contracted typhoid, and was at one*  removed to the hospital, too late however to avoid the complications which  net in and caused her death. The funeral took plaoe yesterday afternoon  service being held at the housu at .1  o'clock by th* Kev. A. Dunn, who  voioed the feeling of everyone present  when he referred to the great loss  whioh the community, the onurcb ami  the family had sustained, a loas whicu  would only bs realized the mor. as  time went on.  As a mark of respect the storau iu  the town were olosed tor a ahort time  during the funeral.  The pall bearers were Messrs. D. \V.  Sutherland, J. Bali, F. Al. Buokland,  A. la. Moriand, ,J. N. Thompson and  li. V. McKenzie.  The cor tree to tbe oemetery was  probably the largest which has ever  been seen in Kelowna, and with the  profusion of floral tributes, testified  as much as anything to the great  esteem in which the deceased had been  held by all.  Flowers were Hent by the following:  Mr. and Mrs. ii. it. Uailey, spray  white chrysanthemums and raUi  reaj Dr. and Mra. boyce, violetsj Mr.  and Mrs. Boyer, spray, chrysanthemums and fern; 'ihe Boys, E. L. Hop  kins, K. Hoy, C. C. Manifold, ii. j.  Sohiedel, F. Btrabg, it. Whiliis, wreath  white chrysanthemum, and violeU  with fern; Boy Scouts, anchor, lavsn  der and white chrysanthemums und  smilax; Mr. and Mrs. Buckiand, spray  pink and white chrysanthemums with  pink and white ohrys luihitnunis, fern;  Mrs. Cameron, wreath, stocks, ctdar,  mignonette and sweet peas; Tbe choir,  Knox church, wreath, white and red  chrysanthemums; Dulgiouh <V liuroiug  wreath, daisies, cedar, iai-r and carnations; Mr. and Mrs. DeHart, wreath  white chrysanthemums, oedar fern ami  carnations; Two Doyle families, spray  roses and fern; Mr. and Mrs. Duggan.  spray, roses; Bev. A. Dunn, violets;  Girls of Lawson's Store, Deatrios.  Heather, Lena, Edith, Flossie, cross,  primulas, white and pink, with fern;  Mr, and Mrs. Greene, cross, whits asters and autumn leaves; Mr. and Mrs  Hallauer, spray, carnations; Miss liar  vey, wreath, white chrysanthemum!'  and fern; Charles Harvey, spray, oar  nations and fern; l.O.O.I<\, wreath,  red and white chrysanthemums; Ml.  and Mrs, Josselyn, spray, lavendoi  and white chrysanthemums; Mr, aud  Mrs. Kerr, spray, chrysanthemums and  maiden hair fern; Mr. and Mrs. Knowles, spray, chrysanthemums and fern;  Knox churoh Sunday echool, cross,  chrysanthemums, buds, violets and  smilax; Ladies' Aid, oross, laveudei  and white chrysanthemums; Mrs. Union, chrysanthemums and fern; Ml'  and Mrs. D. Lloyd-J ones, sheaf, white  chrysanthemums and fern; dr. and  Mrs. Lysons, sheaf, pink carnations  and ivy leaves; Mr. and Mrs. Mtikle.  spray, ohrysonthemums and fern. Mr.  and Mrs. Meugens, spray, ohrysanths-  mams and fern; Mr. aad Mrs, More-  land, spray, chrysanthemums and forn;  Mr. McMillan, wreath, chrysanthemums  Oregon grapes, and cedar; Okanacao  Association of Heating and Sanitary  Engineers, anchor, white chrysanthemums and smilax; Mr. and Mrs.  Prowse, anchor, white ohrysanth*  mums; Mr. and Mre. .1. B. lteokif.  wreath, white chrysanthemums and  carnations; Mr. and Mrs. Trench,  spray, ohrysanthomania and fern; The  Teaohers, spray, lavenoer and white  chrysanthemums; W. C. T. C, anchor,  white chrysanthemums, verben and  fern; Mr. and Mrs. Weddell, wreath.  white chrysanthemums, violets and  fern; Staff of store, wreath, whit*  chrysanthemums and carnations.  Amongst the mourners was Mrs. G.  S. Pettipieoe, a sister of Mre. Leckie's  who, with her husband arrived from  Vancouver, just in time for the funeral- ��� .  It is some ten years since Mr. and|  Mrs. Leokie first came to Kelowna j  from Hartney, Manitoba, where they!  lived after their marriage in 1893.  Mrs. Leckie was a native of Ontario,  havinar been born in Garden Island in  that province.  Needless to say the greatest sympathy Is felt for Mr. Leckie and ths  family of four ohildren, Date, Marjory,  Dorothy and BusseU In their bsreave-  siSiiS*-*'  A CONVICTED TRAITOR ON H$S MARCH TO NUSON  Corporal Grualt of the French Infantry, was caught ns ho tried to sell  documents to the enemy regarding the Eiffel Tower wireless installation.  He waB tried, convicted and sentenced to lie discharged from the army  with ignominy and publicly stripped of those purts of his uniform significant of army service, then to be imprisoned for lifo. The photograph  shows him on hi. way to prison after the ceremony of degradation Wore  his ontire regiment.  German Fleet Shows Signs of  Activity in the North Sea  Turkey has been Dragged Into Contest ��� British and French  Bombarding Dardanelle Forts ��� Allies Continue to  Gain Ground in Flanders.  . ir   "-  The outstanding feature of tbe wai  well as the navy includes many Ger-  tiaws this   weak is the joining in    ol  man officers.  Turkey apparently at tke instigation  aif Germany, and with the intention  no doubt of dividing the attention of  Hussia and decreasing her pleasure on  Germany's eastern frontier. Bv threatening Egypt also it is hoped to divert  11 section of the British forces. Uo*  aar this new development will complicate matters and involve other,  countries, at for instance Greece and  other Balkan states, and Italy, is yet  only a .flatter of conjecture, but that  Turkey's illadvised aotion will drae  down upon her hoad certain retribution is tho opinion of many widoly differing authorities. For the present  however, the danger of stirring up  trouble amongst the Mohammedans in  India seems te bo onlv a remote poB  Mbtlity.  With Turkey a participant in tho  European war diplomats declure it it  extremely likely that Italy and practically 'oertain that Greece, Ruumanis  nnd Bulgaria, will be drawn into tht  struggle, If Italy enters the war ii  it considered a foregone conclusion it  v.'ill be on the side of the allies.  Russia has alroady declared war on  Turkey notwithstanding a belated ap  aalogy for the raids on htr navy in  he Black .Sea, and failing to reeeivr  satisfeesorv answers to an ultimatum  a British Cruiser haa shelled and occupied the fortified town of Akabab  in Arabia- Combined British and  French fleets are also bombarding tbe  forts guarding the entrance to tbt  Dardanelles. Turkish troops are reported along the Egypt ian frontier,  hut it is stated that full pro��arutio*s  Irave been made somo time ago by the  llriysh government to repel anv attempt at invasion. Indication have  been found that tho Turkish army as  ,  ('HUMAN FLEET WAKING UP  Brief reports during tho last day or  two seem to indicate that the German  fleet is at last waking up and thai  ia squadron haa oomo out from iu  base.  The British submarine D-fa, says  Admiralty report was sunk in ths  North Sea Tuesday by u mine whioh  was thrown out by n German cruiser  running from British cruisers. Tw<  offioers and two men of the submarine  wore saved.  The German squadron fired on tb'  British gunboat Helicon, which was  patrolling, wounding one man. "Various naval movements were made," tht  ii-iiiiit continued, "ns a n-sult of whioh  the Germans retroated rapidly, and,  although shadowed by our liiht cruisers, in her retirement, threw out a  numhor of mines, and tho submarine  wa.s sunk bv one of them."  Rumors are nlsaa being; circulntoal  1 hat several overland submarines have  boon brona-ht overland by train in  sections and out together in the canal  al Zoebrugc.  ENEMY FALLING BAf'K    '  ON LAND  The tumult of battle has rolled back  from the Belgian coast, and alter  the apparent failure of their fieroe  assault on the English and Belgian  linos around Ypres, the Germans evidently are diverting their attack toward a more .southerly point.  French official announcements are  vory encouraging, and state that ths  Germans have completely abandoned  tho Ysa-r. and aro rapidly retreating  .ustward.  Discovered Shipping Firearms to China  An interesting discovery wus mode  last Saturday by Chief Thomas who  acting upon a suspicion which he  ntersained siezed a sofa \'bW*i was  lying at the local Dominion F\|'**ea  offioe shipped to Hong I'onj Upon  -amoving the lining underneath a formidable array of arms and explosives  was revealed in the shape of two 14-  40 repeating rifles, a Browning automatic revolver, and 700 sounds of ammunition. The shipper was Quon lee  Yuen, a well-known Chinaman in town  who it was stated was leaving in e  few days for China. He was at amoa  nlaced under arrest.  What was the exact purpose of the  shipment ol arm. it is not exactly  known, but the police surmise that  cither they were intended for use by  the revolutionaries of southern China  who are itated to be making active  preparation, for a rising, or they may  have  been meant for the use ot    the  river pirates who infest that part of ,T���.������   ����,-._.      -     ��.        ���  m      j    u   u ���       11 l AITKEK.-On Saturday, Oct. 31st, to  world, and who H is well known   are   Mr   Md Mt|i ff   CbritVk AUkm' *J  constantly supplied with arms    troka    daughter.  some mysterious source. In the meantime however, the polico are commuai.  eating with the authorities at Ottawa  anal also with the provincial Attorney General.  guon l,aic Yuen was Is-ought up before tho mapistrate Monday and remanded until Wednesday, when the  case was again ad'oiirned for a week  lo await replies from the authorities.  A quiet wodding took place last  Thursday afternoon at tho Methodist  churoh when F. SwainHon, of the city  staff was married to Miss Barrett, of  Kelowna. The Rev. .1. ('. Switwr officiated.  BIRTHS  WILUAMS.-On Monday, Nov. 2nd to  Mr. and Mr.. H. J. Williams, a son.  Proposal to Revive  Local Tobacco Industry  Montreal Firm Makes Offer to  Kelowna Farmers to Raise  Crop Next Year  A scheme which has for Hs object  tho revival of tho looal tobacco growing industry, which owing to ths col-  lapso through flagrant mismanage-,  ment and extravagance of the llritiih  North American Tobacco Co., has  naturally beon suspended, was laid before a publio meeting of farmers und  others in the Board of Trade rooms  last Thursday evening by Mr, Kleine,  it representative of the firm of Young-  heart k Co., cigar manufacturers of  Montreal. The meeting was well attended, and considerable interest was  manifested in the proceedings.  Mr. Kloine. whose many years of ex-  nerionce in all phases of tobacco growing, curing, manufacturing and marketing, make him a well recognised  authority on the subject has been in  (he district for some time past enquiring closely into the situation here,  declared emphatically that he was profoundly impressed with the suitability  of the Kolowna climate and soil for  the raising of tobacco. Beyond any  doubt it had been proved that the  quulity of loaf which could be grown  here was such that would comm-md a  ready market and he believed thut,  notwithstanding anything thut had  Happened once it could in- piaud ti|-on  11 proper footing there was tho makings of a large und profitable industry for the farmers if they wero willing to take the chauee ot doing a little pioneering work.  The proposition which he had to  make he frankly admitted was in the'  nature of a gamble, but one in which  his firm of Youngheart & ('.a., was  willing to take equal risks wilh the  growers. Briefly his plan was that  a sufficient number of growers t-hould  raise next year, a crop of tobacco, aggregating if possible a total of 2U0  acres, which they would hurvost, put  into parcels and ship to Quebec. There  his firm would receive it and i>eifniin  the subsequent operations of grading  and curing, and sell it to the best  advantage. The total proceeds would  then be divided equally 'between thorn-  selves and the growers. It had Wen  found hs said that thu uverage cost  of raising a orop of tobacco, including  the preparation of the land, plants,  planting and harvesting, was us nearly as possible five oents per pound,  and that the grading anl curing cost  about the same figure. Thus his firm  would be risking in such a venture  precisely tbe same amount of money  as the growers. Assuming that only  ten cents per pound was realized for  the finished product, th.n eaoh would  trot five cents per pound, and neither  would gain or lose. ThiB however was  placing it at the very lowest figure,  and although he purposely avoided  making any rash promises, he believed  that unless everything wjpnt wrong  a much higher price -vould he obtained.  He wus very candid in stating that  the whole success of the plan from the  farmer's point of view dt>|>ended upon  the honesty and integrity of the firm  of Youngheart tb Co., and though he  could assure them that the firm wil a  reputable one and rated Ugh financially as they oould ascertain for themselves, it was impossible to eliminate  1 his feature from the transaction. It  was necessarv that tbe farmers should  place a certain amount of confidence  in the firm, which Mr. Kloine st.id  stood to lose just ae muoh aB the far  mer if things wont wronj*.  Personally he felt sure that onoe the  initial stage had boen pun-ted and one  crop of tobacco had been grown therr  would be no ditlisultv about getting  another.  If tha farmers were willing io take  up the proposition, and venture a little for the purpose of starting the  industry going, he was prep.tr id to  ���rive his own time in rendering asrdpt-  anoe and also to see that a mm.ifr-d  expert was plaoed at the d!*P0B-U of  the mowers bo that tho best results  might be obtained.  Mr. Klein was subjected to a v>ry  olose questioning, not lo ������.,���.��� hecklJnj:  from the farmers present, whose altitude was fairlv well expressed by Mr.  M. Hereron who declared that tho farmer had been stung and nlti-Ted no  often on this matter that he wanted  to know before he took it up again  exact Iv where he stood.  Asked whv the tobacco oo'iid not  be cured and muitufaotured here in  Kelowna. Mr. Kleine said it was at  present impossible, owing to the absence of experienced halo and the fuct  that if help were brought in the Cost  would be tbo gseat.  Mention was mado of the possibility1  of inducing the government to give  some financial assistance tn +he farmer in establishing the industry, as had  been done in the province of Quebec,  and it was decided to iake this matter up with the Hon. Martin Uurr.-ll.  Mr. Kleine said that Quebec had  been given a grant of $40,060 for tobacco growing, and In his opinion,  comparing the natural advantage here  and the possibility of building up a  great fcdustry,   Kelowna should    be  joMhe Front  Another Batch of Kelowna Boys  Volunteer for Active Service  Ksciuitiiin for the second overseas  continarent has been proceeding- Juriuu  the pas. week under the direetion oi  Capt. Hose, and the following l.wrte.n  volunteers are proceeding to Victoria  at onoe to go through a oourae ut  preliminary training: 0, S. U.-epris,  C. L. Hunt, 0. 11. Taylor, A. H. Uin-  sen, V, Smith, li. A. Kidner, Frank  Fuller, A. 11. tjuinn, .1. U. Ka.twoud,  J. 11. Wykes, W. Charruan, L. It. Simoon, W. J. Davis and W. ii. Alexandra.  Twenty-five was the number ef main  asked for from Kelowna, but an\ in/ to  the very short time given in which  to enrol names, and to tho fact that  many were rejected under the rigid  medical inspection imposed, that number was not reached before instructions came to close thp list. Hud it  been possible to oxtond the tim. for  even a few days the required numlier  could easily havo been mud. up, many  applications having been received too  late.  Hinco the list was uiade up all the  time possiblo has been put in ia elementary drill and instructions.  In adalition to above volunteers for  active service. A, J. Clarke and J, B.  Whitehead have joined the Kocky  Mountuin Hangers for home defonoe  and left Monday for Kamloops whence  they will he sent for bridge-guarding  duty. Privates Lloyd, Grav and Moon  who were on leavo of absence also  returned at tho Bame time to Kam-  loops.   4   WkATrl   OF  WKLL KNOWN  VOUNG  WKLL KNOWN  MAN  The death took place in the hospital last Tuesduy of William Stunley  MorriB, a young mau who was well*  Known around town. Morris who was  only 1*5 years of ago, was admitted to  Iho hospital about a week before sui-  inline from appendicitis, and an operation was porlormud.  Deceased, who was an ex-army maa  came out from the old country a few  vears ago, aud during his few montliB  residence in Kelowna has occupied  severul iiositions and seems to have  boen generally likod. Lately he has  been assistrag the provincial polioe,  to which body he had applied for appointment. The suddenness of his  death w-as a groat shock to his many  friends, a large number of whom attended the funeral which took rlee.  thi. afternoon.  Mewa Singh, the self-confessed slayer of Immigration Inspector W. C.  ilopkinson, was triad and found guilty of murder and sentenced to bo  hanged on January 11. lie made no  denial of the offence.  given ��W0,U00. Tho province of Quebec, he said was not growing anything like so good tobacco a. had  beon raised in Kelowna, and yet not  one pound of Quebec tobacco remained  unmarketed. Jn Wisconsin ho aaid  whoa the farmers first .Urtod to grow  tobacco they sold their first crop lor  3 cents per pouod; now they wore getting 12 coats and there was hardy  anything else grown there but tobacco.  As an alternative prJ >osit;.,n lor  those who were unwilling to take the  risk of waiting to see what the tobacco would sell fair., Mr. KLine offered to guarantee a price of 8 cents  ner pound to the grower, his firm to  lake the rest.  On his return to Montreal, he said,  he would huve an agreement prepared which would embody the proposal  which he had made and would be  worded so as to be fair and equitable to all conoerned. It would be  straightforward and plain and would  contain no traps or "joker.". This  would bo submitted to the termors and  would lie o|M'ii to amendment and alteration if'considered necessary.  It was doairablo, Mr. Kleins pointed  out, that about 300 acres, if possible  be placed in tobacco, aa this amount  would be sufficient to ensure eeon,inii-  cal handling of thc crop, and also  produce enough to secure a market.  In spite of the keen questioning to  whioh Br, Kleine was subjected it was  evident that his proposal had produced a favorable impression upon hia  hearers, and when the chairman, Mr.  S. T. Elliott to test the feeling of the  meeting called for thoso who would  volunteer to put a portion of their  land into tobacco next year, promises  were obtained (rom Dr. Dickson. Mr.  Horeron. T. G. Spoer, Casorso l)r.as..  and others for varying amounts totaling about 00 acres. Dr. Dickson himself undertook :o .levaato -iii to 40  acres to the experiment.  A committeo waa also appointed  consisting of Dr. Dickson, M. Hereron,  T. G. Spesr and ,1. Tlather, to Interview tho farmers and securing the  halanco of thc acr.ii.-e iMa-dcil The  committee would also take un the  question of assistance from the government.   4   The v"un~ ncopb of Rutland orgnn-  ln>d a surpriso -<artv last Saturd-)-'  evening at tho home of Mr. Ceo. Mup-  ford, and a very oleasaht time   was FACE TWO.
KELOWNA  RECORD
THTJBSDAY, NOVEMBER », 1914
KELOHNK RECORD
Published avary Thursday at Kaaowaa,
British Colombia
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Wilson Landing and
Westside Notes
(Prom oar owe CornitxmrUnt.)
Mr. und Mm. (.'oldhum aro staying
ai   Nahun.
Mr. i*. H, L. Set-ley lost u valuable
cow en Suturd.nv last.
Un Friday lail Hisn (J, M. Mckinley
lviurnod to Kelowna. after    spending
•i   ullOI't   visit   liffw.
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Mr. h\. Hatt, jr., of Kelowna arrived here on. Saturday's boat for o
wln-rl visit.
Messrs. Lone.V, i hrf^-mmi and
Vaughan era setting nut ties for the
C.N.R. The contract including the delivery of name to a point on the east
wit It- of the lake.
Mr. L. Iworitt iaenenmixxl at Otter
Point on thc ranch belonging to Messrs Goodaore and Browse. He has the
contract for supplying the poles for
the government tdeplume line and
goef on down to the ffestbaak
ferry landing. Most of the runehers
along the route luring willing to Bell
thoir trees either standing or cut,
there has in consequence, been quite
an activity noticeable in the district
he passed through, 'lhe fact of seeing
the poles alomr the road giv.-a a civilized air to it and an twBUrauoe that
we are really to have a line at, lust.
Rutland News
The opening servioes of the new
Presbyterian church in Rutland v.as
largely attended on the morning of
Sunday, Nov, 1. Kev. t'. 0. Main, M.
A., B.D., of Vernon was the special
preacher for the occasion, and he
livered a stirring and impressive sermon from the narrative of "Christ'e
Anointing bv Mary."
The choir was strengthened by the
addition of several Benvoulin members
and they acquitted themselves creditably. Mr. Brown of the Hut land
utore sang the "Holv City" with much
feeling.
On Monday evening a- (Irand Concert was given by thu members of the
Presbyterian choir from Kelowna under the leadership of Mr. Hoyd in the
assembly hull of the new sshool building.
The concert wai a huire success in
every respect. The many numbers
given being applauded and encored repeatedly.
It would be invidious to dilate upon
anv one number but oue cunnot help
paying homage to the magnificent
work of Mr. Drury Pryoe on the \ io-
lin. Such mastery of the instrument
as he di. played on Mondav night puts
him in a class by himself.
The choir was well balanced and in
the anthems and solos rendered revealed effective tuition and able leadership. Mr. Boyd at the piano v>aa a
host in himself.
Thc Presbyterian congregation at
Kutland desire to express, through the
medium of the Kelowna newspapers
their deep appreciation of tho bolp
given.
MAGIC   READ THE
Lum POWDER
Benvoulin Notes
Rev. W. T. Beattie will Tike ns his
subject in Bethel church, Benvoulin,
on Sunday evening, "The Optimism of
Faith."
Mount Vesuvius is again in eruption.
The inhabitants of the district ore
greatly alarmed.
Kaftlo housekeepers are now allowed free "juios" for one porch light,
provided their electric light bill runs
82.00 a month.
The British Columbia Telephone Co.
is putting its Bossland main street
wires underground.
A recent long distance wireless record was established between a fetation in Persia and n ship off Australia, nearly 7000 miles apart.
Ellison News
(From our own Corwaponiitmt.,
We learn that Mr. II ay I and of iht
Nfusteml ranch has been wounded
whilst in action at the front. Wc hope
to hear of a speedy recovery.
• •>
Mr. Pearson who has been in charge
of the New stead ranoh since C'uptain
Harmon left to rejoin his regiment,
left on*Wednesday's boat to tuke his
place ut the front, he having been
recalled  to tho colors.
* *
Wo understand that Mr. M. Hereron
will look after the interests of the
ranch during the absence of the gentlemen referred to above.
On Tuesday night last a social gathering was held -in the Methodist church
on the occasion of the anniversary of
the opening of the present building. A
large number of friends sat down to
tho sumptuous repast which had boen
prepared, and which was thoroughly
enjoyed by all. The ladies in this district certainly kuow how to provide
for tho inner man. After supper Ihe
remainder of the evening wub spent
in songs and speeches, tho pastor making an ellicient, and withal humorous
chairman some of his remarks causing much merriment, particularly
those referring to the man who sleeps
during the sermon. The Kev, Mr.
Switzer. of Kelowna made a stirring
speech on "The Church" especially ir*
its relation to rural districts, at tho
same time pleading for more social
intercourse in the country than at
present obtains- We henrtily endorse
the rev, gentleman's remarks anil trust
they will have effect. "NulF sod."
Songs were rendered by Miss MctJec,
Mrs. Mugford and Mr. <!. Whitaker
which were highlv appreciated.
The meeting wnn brought to a close
by singing the Doxology and everyone went home well satisfied at having spent a pleasant and profitable
evening.
a
enmore
Notes
A momorial service for tho late Mr.
Geo. Barrat will bo held in the (Jlen-
more school houso on Sunday, Nov.
8th at 8.80 p.m. Bov, W. T. Beattie
will conduct the service. Kindly take
note of this intimation.
The Vale of Osoyoos
Range and forest rising far
East and west our ramparts are,
Beating back the western gala
Ere it reach our lovelv vale:
Tempering the eastern chill.
Storing snow to feed eaoh rill.
Here and there the summits tower
Golden in the sunset hour.
Green with verdure through the day,
In the moonlight soft and grey,
Breathing scents of pine and fir
Where the gentle zyphyrs stir.
Lower yet the verdant grasses
Yield to ev'ry wind that passes
Odors of the rose and thorn.
Dewy fragrance of the morn.
Myriad flowers star the grass
Where the lowing cattle pass.
Blue and purple, gold and white—,
Nature's garden of delight;
All tho range land lies ablaze
Through the golden summer days.
Where the Okanagan floweth,
Where the chim'ring aspen groweth.
Where the giant sumac shades
Velvet turf and fairy glades-
There is nature's beauty rarest,
There the scene is of the fairest.
See tho sparkle of the stream
Through the quiv'ring verdure gleam;
See the oarp or salmon splashing.
Up the stony shallows dashing
Till they reach some quiet pool
Dark o'ershadowed deep and cool.
Yonder see the meadows looming;
Hear the lonely bittern booming;
Loud and shrill the curlew's cry
While the winged phalanx fly
Northward to their nesting grounds
Far within the Arctic bounds.
In yon thickest willow grove
Timid whitetail love to rove:
Shyest are they of their kind
Seldom seen and hard to find.
\"et thev live throughout the vear
In tho willow thickot there.
See the placid river flowing.
Through its fairy frondage going,
Turning ever here and thore.
Loath to leave a scene so fair;
Gliding like some peaceful soul
Tranrtuillv to reach its goal.
Hatinilv it comes to rest
On the lake's pellucid breast.
Ah! thoso waters cool and still,
Storing scenes of dell and hill;
Painting beauties of the rarest
Till I wonder which is fairest;
Till I dream the lake can see
Wonders unrevealed to me—
Who can paint thy boauties duly?
Who can tell thv wondors truly?
Who can speak the thoughts that rise
'Neath the saphire summer skies?
Truly bounteous nature stores
Thine embayed Borrated shores
With tho best of her vast treasure,
Given in unstinted measure,
Poured on ev'ry hill and dale.
Changing all our lovelv vale.
R. H. PARKINSOS.
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and save money by
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to tell you what they
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WOOCl   nCatCrS During November we will give you in
Oil HcaterS    m addition to our regular discount a
WHILE THE SELECTION IS BEST, SECURE ONE
Here is a perfect Hot Blast Heater. Burns hard or toft coal and
briquettes. Fitted with patent brick lining, Smokeless Airtight
Gas Consumer.   Thia  new  Retort  Hot  Blast in three sizes- -
$14.50   $16.50   $20
For Wood and Coal g«t a Derby Oak or a Moffat Oak, with the
large feed door.    We carry these in all sizes, priced
$7.50   $10   $12.50   $15.50   $18.50   $22.50
For Wood Only.    There are many atylea 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
15-cent coupon for every dollar spent here.
This coupon is worth it's face value on
any purchase made in December.
The regular cash discount applies in
December just the same. Remember
you get your regular discount on all
money spent here.   The more you
" "it saves urns and trouble and mon.y to so to ths right stors lot your
«.m*.n.J     in     Mraramkar    fkaa     loco      oMaaaia      furniture.   Wh.a you cams to our .tor. you will aot hav. to look anywhere
spend in .November tne less  your   .u»,h>»ouwuiw..ne,buy of us, ..d ,*,. w.n«». money Emmm
_. , | ... our price, ate r.ssonable.    Whan you come to us ones, you will corns again,
December purchases will cost "h" ^M."»»*|»>. o* wwm4 wi"> °« *m "<i •«•» ".••* ..
Mr. sad Mrs. Home-Owner—
It saves time and trouble snd mon.y to |
You need a Heater: buy
I   one now and save your
coupons for Christmas
buying.
IN TRADE
©alglettff) & garbing
wai fuvu <m demand
during,
buy your furniture to the best advantage ia quality snd pries
We can furnish your home beautifully and at a saving to you. Let
iu figure with you if you need
Furniture of any kind.
SAVE YOUR COUPONS
1914
DECEMBER
1914
Dalgleish
AND
FURNITURE
Harding TBUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 10U  KSLOWNA  RECOSJ)  paoiTHasa  HARNESS  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  Large stock to select from  All Repair parts for same  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  This department it in charge of Mr.  W. K. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient service  FEED  DETRIMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats .     Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implement*  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  gttvtiOettSlr-tteQ-^^  Gleanings of War News  *r^^Wr^^����W.,KlWi��Rj��s*IW*��VlWn,"Wl��VvV��^  Furniture at Factory Prices  Iron Beds, brasa trimmed, heavy posts and  filling  $3.25  Bed Springs, extra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattress   $4.00  89.75  Brass Beds, 2-in. post  $15.00  Beat quality spring    $3.50  All Felt Mattress, with best quality art ticking...   $7.25  $2575  Dressing Tables, with British bevel plate mirror   $6.75  Wash Stand to match    $4-00  $12.75  Don't forget our  5-drawer, drop head, Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our  97-piece China set, at only $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  It is unofficially announced that the  Frenoh    government    will return     to  Paris on November 30.  ...  The , insurance companies estimate  the damage to Rheims at $200,000,-  000.  ...  The Kiel ship yard, are said to be  building thirty armored cruisers, currying 18,000 troops each, ior British  invasion by Kaiser's troops.  ...  The Russian government has purchased in Canada two ice breakers  which are to be used in keeping open  this winter Archangel harbor on the  Arctic Ocean, the onlv port which  Russia has now open.  ...  Caennany has lost another colony.  Udoa, in Gorman West Africa, fell to  a combined Frenoh and British fores  on Ootober 26. It is a railway centre  900 miles from the coast.  ...  Albert Smith of the Fifth Highlanders, Montreal, was killed last Week.  He fell from a motor truck while returning from Salisbury and fractured  hia skull.  ...  A despatch from Sebastopol says  tbo former German cruiser "Goeben",  during its' bombardment of that l'lock  Sea port, was hit by tbe Constanti-  nowzawa batteries, which forced the  Goeben" to withdraw. The shore  section subsequently intercepted  wifeless message from the "Goeben"  whioh said "damaged, will return    to  Constantinople for repairs."  ...  Announcement was made bv the customs department that "Illustrated  Bits" and "Alley Sloper's Half-Holiday," two English publioations have  been prohibited entrance into Canada.  Similar action has also been taken  in regard to "The Vital Issue." a new  German daily published in New York  to further the German publicity propaganda.  ...  Rumors are again ourrent in London that Hungary, weary of a war in  whioh she has nothing to gain, would  welcome a chance to quit. It is suggested also that Servia soon may be  compelled to retire within her own  borders and assume a purely defensive  role in consequence of the national  debt resulting from the fighting of  three campaigns in aB many years.  A Despatch from Sydney nays it is  reported that the German oruisers  Scharnhorst and Gnieseau, which raided Tahiti some weeks ago, have boen  captured in the South Seas,    having  run out of coal.  ...  Frenoh airmen from Dunkirk, flyiug  in eight aeroplanes, dropped over two  hundred bombs on a chateau near  Dixmude where the German General  Staff had headquarters. They destroyed the chateau roof, fired tho  building, and    forced the' officers     to  seek refuge in the woods.  ...  The official press bureau announces  that an Indian contingent has joined  the British and .Japanese forces acting against the Germans at Tsing Tan  on the Chinese coast.  ...  The British light cruiser Hermes was  sunk in the Straits of Dover on Saturday by a German submarine, according to an official announcement  moet of the   officers and crew     were  saved.  ...  A Rotterdam despatch says a German submarine became entangled in  trawlers' nets off the Dutch coast Friday, and sank. The sunken submarine  was the U-9, which the Germans claim  sank the British oruisers Hawke, Abou-  kir, Cresay and Hogue.  .   .   .  The managers of the Nobel Institute  have decided to give this year's pence  prize, which amounts to about ���III,-  000 to the Netherlands Uovern<n,M<  to bs applied toward the support  of Belgian refugees in Holland.  ...  The government haB under consideration a plan for the accommodation in  Canada of a thousand Belgian refugees. It is considered these men could  no absorbed eaBily throughout the  Dominion, and it is stated that Belgians find it impossible to get oracti-  oal assistance owing to the number of  unemployed in the cities It is believed that a thousand Belgians, ��ho  would be nearly all ol the farming  class, could lie plnml a>ronoirrioalrv on  Canadian farms anil lie welcomed. Details of the Buggested schemo ars not  vet worked out.  For the first time the Ross rifle  faotory has started Sunday work, besides working night and day weok  days to get ahead with the contract  for a hundred thousand rifles which  it has just received from ths British  araaveniment and which calls for complete delivery in the spaoe of a vear.  Thore are now about 800 employees  at the faoterv and this number will be  rrraduallv increased until there are  practically double that number whioh  will be shortly after New Years. The  rills demanded bv the imperial authorities is the same as is issued to the  Canadian contingent. Extensive additions are being made to the factory.  ...  The militia department has no official knowledge of the presence ol  Canadian troops at the front, despite  the death recorded ol Private William  Cookhill of Montreal, killed by a German shsll at Lille last week. It is  stated that the expeditionary force  being now In control of the war office  the department is onlv kept informed  on matters of prime importance. It  is not believed however, that the entire army servioe corps of the Canadian forces Is at ths front.  ��� �� ���.  The silver-lead industry in the Koo  tenay is likely to be substantially  benefited by the fact that bullets for  shrapnel shell naw being manufactured  in Canada will be made from Canadian lead.  ...  It is announced that when the Brit  ish parliament reassembles on November 11 Premier Asquith will move  a vote ol another 13500,000,000 on uc-  count of the war. A similar amount  was voted in August, of which ��350,  000,000 has already been expended.  ...  Making and dressing dolls Was the  occupation of a German spy arrested  on tho Yorkshire coast, garbed as a  woman, but in reality a man. Instead of the , usual suwduBt stuffing,  the dolls' bodies contained caroiully  prepared maPB of the east coast.  ...  The Canadian Pacific fund waB augmented bv the receipt of $100,000 from  the Ottowa branch. This is a first  installment. The total fund is now  $830,970, There is also acknowledged  $2000 from the Prince Rupert, 11. C,  branch of the fund.  ...  Milkmaids are wanted by the military authorities of Paris to look after and feed the hundreds of cattle  stocked in the race courses and i pen  spaces round tbe city. All people who  are desirous of doing this very necessary work are asked to give in their  names to the dairies of their districts, and all people who are able  to milk oows are urgentlv requestaid to  register themselves as willing to undertake this work.  ...  There is a shortage of wheat and  flour in New Zealand, and tbe government has annealed to Canada. Representations have been received from the  New Zealand authorities asking il it  would he possible to purchase at once  280,000 bushels of wheat or else flour.   a   KITCHENER DISCOURAGES  TREATING  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  In lino with his now famous advice  to the British expeditionary force to  be courteous, Lord Kitchener, secretary for war has issued an appeal to  the public in which he emphasizes the  importance of keeping the army now  in training in good condition, ���  This result, he says, will be obtained only by strict sobriety. He urges  the public, both men and women, to  aid the soldiers in their sobriety by  refraining from treating them and by!  anointing committees to impress them  with the need of temperance and assist them in avoiding tnrm-tqtion.  Lord Kitchener has been unanimously elected rector of the Edinburgh  University.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Fir  ewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in  five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  Kelowna Opera House  Thursday, Nov. 12th  ONE DAY ONLY  GEORGE KLEINE  Presents the superb photo drama from the famous novel by  Lord Bulwer Lytton  The Last Days of  Praised by pulpit and press the world over as the world's greatest and most  beautiful Photo Play Production  Remember: One Day Only  ADMISSION: Adults, 25c; Children, 10c  Matinee at 3.15.        Two shpws at night at 7.15 and 9  i�� ���%%%%*  FAGS FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i, ISM  Free Distribution oi  Seed, Grain, Potatoes  KUtl  mSTBlBUTIOM    OF    SEED  GRAIN AND 1'UTATOKS  Hy in.it.ruol.oiu of the lion. Milliliter  oi Agriculture a distribution of yu-  pei'lor goiu of fcji uifci it ml potutoet  will |j�� muds during the coming win-  tur u .ii spring to Canadian farineri,  'ihe Mimplev for funeral distribution  wiil cotwilt of m[h iiiLT wheat (about 5  rmumUj, white oats (about 4 noundi).  burley (about 5 pouuds) and field  ii��us {about !, pounds). Thuue will  bu lent out from Ottawa. A distribution of potatoes (iu ���> pound sutnpUn)  will be carriud on from severul of the  ���xpurimuntal farms, ths L'tntral Farm  al Ottawa supplying only tiie provinces of Ontario and (Juelruc. All sam-  plos will be stmt free, by mail.  Api brants must give particulars in  retrard to the soil on their farms, and  some a* count of their experience with  such kinds of grain or potatoes as  tliey have grown, so thut a promising  sort for their conditions may be  ieeted.  Each Application must lie separate  aud must bo fiigucd by thu applicant  Only one sample of grain and one  of potatoes can l�� went to each farm.  If both samples are asked for in ths  same letter only one will bs sent.  Applications nn anv kind of printed  form cannot be accepted.  As the supnly of seed U limited,  farmers are advised to apply early;  but the applloatlom will not necessarily be filled in lhe exact order i�� which  they are received. Preference will  always be (riven to the most thoughtful and explicit requests. Applications  received after the ond of .January will  probably be too late.  All applications for grain (and ap  plications from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the Dominion Cereal-  ist, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Such annlications require no  postage. If otherwise addressed delay  and disappointment   mav occur.  Applications, for potatoes, from farmers in any other province should be  Addressed (postago prepaid) to the  Superintendent, of the nearest Branch  i'yporimental  Farm  in  that  province.  Expel Spies from Switzerland  Three German spies having headquarters jn Geneva, Switzerland, were  sentenced by the Third Military Tribunal last Friday, 'lhe three are  I.isut.-Colonel Otto L'lrieh of Berlin;  Dr. Wohlander and Sen Kohr, a  chemist. They wore charged witb  plotting against Kugland and France,  and thereby violating Swiss neutrality.  Col. l'lrieh was not present, having  gons into hiding, presumably somewhere in Switzerland. He WM sentenced in default to serve two years  iu prison and pay a fine nf Ji'JOO, Dr.  Wohlander must servo three months  and iuiv a fine of il 10, and llerr Kf*hr  must remain in prison Iwj month*  and pay a fine of 690, All throe were  sentenced to expulsion from Switzerland for life after serving their sentences.  The Phantom Leipsig  According to a drummer wuo was in  town last weok, the Gei-ninn phantom  ship La-ipsha is lying in l'sa.uimaH  harbor, shrouded in canvus and her  sideB full of holcB. According to this  authority the Leipsig became tha prey  ot the Rainbow within n three-mile  limit oil ths Alaskan ooast and hence  the quietude that iu observed. So euro  was this party ot what he said that  he offered to bot a thouHanal dollars  with any person in town thnt the  cruiser was where ho said. He wns  ante enough in offering a bet for that  amount around here. Meanwhile tho  Leipsig is variously reported from off  the camst of Chili, tho South Sea Is-  lamls and certain points in the roomy  Pacific. Is it possible thnt tho Qsf-  mans have hnlf a rlozon LcipHig*?.���  Kaalo Kootonaian.  1IUIDAL 1'AltTY MISHAl'  Mimical for a maamont by rice that  wan being thrown art a weddinz, ths  driver of a bridal ranrtv mj'. ninj to  church cum. to grief at llsrgoed, Glamorganshire.  Triends throw rice at Ihe bride and  bridegroom. Somo of it wont, into  tho chauffeur's eves. At this moment  ho awervod to avoid a child.  the enr, travelling nt ten miles an  hour, ran into a wnll and overturned.  Tho bride and bridexmaid hnd already  iurnracal Irom tho enr, but the hrido-  irioom, tho IxMt mnn and the chauffeur were pinned beneath it. Ths  bridegroom received su|H'rfieinl injuria)*; the others were unhurt.  The party continued lharir journoy  taa the church in a bQrsad conveyance  afler thc torn drosia ol (he brido had  beon repaired.  ���    .John  Clark,    a full-blaioaled     Croe,  2fl veers old anal the fathaT of     two  Jchildron'is the greatest Marathoner in  Tthe world if    storioa Irom the north,  'iwhich crodit the fndinn with phenomenal feats in long distance running, are  [reliable.   It is claimed thnt Clark ran  lixty miles over ice and snow     from  Cross Lake to Norway Mouse    ahead  if a    dog    team    in less than seven  lours.     Another performance credited  to Clark was to cover twelve    miles  iver a rough oourse in sixtv minutes.  iThin is said to have been done   with  four watches held on him, one iu  ths  ands of a missionary.  Belgians for  British  EXPERTS PREDICT   CHEAT RUSH  OF SETTLERS TO CANADA  Transportation experts acive that  the European war will result in a rush  of settlers to Canada, and n special  effort is being made to obtain for  central British Columbia a large number of Belgian farmers driven from  their homes bv events in the war area.  These people are known te be good  farmers -ind very thul'ty people, and  will be a great factor in developing  the agricultural possibilities of this  Bection of the Dominion, recently  thrown open to cultivation by the  completion of the Grand Trunk Pa'  cific railway. It is planned to Bet'  tie a large tract in the Stuart Hiver  district with helgians and their  families. It is expected that after  the war ia ovor a largo colony will  he placed on the land thero, as well  as in many otfor valloy* along the  line of the firand Trunk Pacific In  northern, and central British Columbia.   r*   DECAY OF CI1IVALKY  Those who caro about facts will find  food for thought in the ollicial report  of a recent naval victory (or disaster)  in tho North Sea. A submarino with  a crew of eight or nine men attacks  and sinks three cruisers carrying abwut  2,200 men. Of these latter some 1,-  400 are drowned. Theso mon were  not challenged to fight; they were not  summoned to surrender; they aro  murdered wholesale whilo asleep  their bunks��� cheaply, expeditiously,  and with a minimum risk to those  who destroyed them. Thnt is modern  war. Thc affair described is discussed  at great length by naval experts,  who argue whether battleships aro  obsolete. Tho "victors" are lauded  and decorated, and take their place  in the world's news. Blackboard  would understand that victory and  approve it, so would Attila, bo would  Nero, but wo should like to boo a  board of naval strategists trying to  explain those modern methods to Sir  Philip Sidney or Nelson or Bayard.  The modern world is moro practical  than chivalrous.���Collier's Weekly.  MUNICIPALITIES BUYINC APPLES  Acting on tho ���������--stion of Dr. Dan  . I ohuston, fruit comnnssuiiur, tha t  municipalities should organise to secure apples direct from the fanners to  soil cheaply to ths consumers, tho  city of ��ttawa haa decided to try  the experiment. The city council will  secure aa a trial a carload of apples  from western Ontario. The apples  will bo purchased loose for about 4fi  cents a barrel, and loaded into thc  car with hay padding to protect the  applet*. Counting freight and all, it  is figured that the apples can ho retailed in Ottawa for about fl.25 for  two hags. If the plan works woll and  they arrive in good shape the city  will ourchaae several more carloads.  The Lasl Days of Pompeii  The noisy rumble of this busy work  aday world is all forgotten when one  views the manifold beauties of George  Kleine's photo drama production of  "The Last Days of Pompeii," ���the  spectator seems again to live in the  happv days of that lost city on the  shores of the beuutiful Bay of Naples.  To feel one's seal a part aad parcel  of that chattering throng of pleasure  seekers, scotfing at the now soct of  Christians so earnest and severe in  their mien,���to revel in tho gossip of  thc happv maidens over the handsome  (ireok youth Ulauous and his beautiful Athenian sweetheart lone. One  con almaast fool the presenco of the  blind flower girl Nyalia, her bosom  torn by her hopeless passion for hor  master whoso love for lono renders  him far more blind than tho unhappy  slave herself. That sianae spirit of  aversion and wonder conies over us  when tho wiso ICgyptian priost Arbaoos  passes, rapt in his profundity and  contempt of his surroundings. And  when lone and (ilaucus take their  trips in their gayly decorated barge  upon the bay, you can almost imagine you hear the ripplo of the  waters as thoy splash against thc  onrs and ao through ovory minute of  this awe-inspiring drama of life, you  follow the thread with an almost  personal note, until the dormant Vo-  suvius rouses from its slumber and  vents its potent rage in clouds of  smoke and fire, pouring nhowors of  molten stone and lava���forover blotting out Ihe records of ages of man's  attainment. And when the linal curtain falls upon the picture of the beautiful slave girl Nydia floating pence-  fully upon the bosom of tho son���the  spectator files out into tbe world  again dated bv the maddening arounds  and feels as though ho has awakoncil  from a dream in whioh he lived and  movod more than seventeen centuries  ago. IMcturos that con do this with  a spectator are no ordinary nchiaiye-  ment. "The Last Days of I'ompoii,"  will be the attraction at the Opera  House next Thursday, November 13th.  although this pioture has been exhibited in all the large cities af tha  world at prices ranging from twenty-  five oents to two dollars, Hr. Dunoan  by a very fortunate booking arrangs-  ma.nl is able to show thia wonderful  oicturo here at the low admission  price of twenty-five oents and ohildren  will be admitted at the usual price  price of ten cents.  Creditors' SALE  at Richmond's  Now in full swing. No Let-Up Until Every Article is  Cleared Out are the instructions from the Directors. The  first day of the Sale began with a titanic rush, and by the  Way the people are buying it will only be a few weeks  until the shelves are cleared, and never again will the public  have such an opportunity of buying seasonable merchandise  at Less than Wholesale Prices  We find it impossible to get out a large list of sale prices for this week, but  you will find everything in the store lower than you ever expected.  No Half-Way Cuts as the stock Must be Sold  Here are a Few Examples  Ladies' Shoes  Walkovers, Oxfords or Pumps.    Reg $5, for $1.95  Men's Walkovers  Reg. $6 and $7.    Sale price  $2.95 and $3.95  Boys' Boots  Reg. $2.75 and $2.50.   Sale $1.39  Men's High Cut Boots  Reg. $7 for   Men's reg. $4, good wear, for  $3.95  $1.95  Men's Underwear  Reg. 75c, for 29c       Reg. $1 and $1.25 69c  Reg. $2 for  95c  All high quality Underwear reduced likewise  Boy's Suits at Half Price  Now  is tke  time  to buy  Boys' Suits for Less than Cost.  Any Boys' Suit in the store at HALF PRICE  Men's Suits  Reg. $ 14.50 and $ 15 Suits.   Sale price  Men's $25 Suits for     Men's $30 Suita for   .$5.95  $11.95  $14.95  Mens Overcoats  Overcoats at     HALF PRICE  Men'i Reg. $30 Overcoats.   Sale price         $14.95  Rubbers all Reduced  Men's reg. $ I Rubbers for  59c pair  Bargains in Ladies' Mantles  Reg. $22.50. cut to $12.95     Reg. $20.00 cut to $8.95  ���  $25.00 $11.95        ���  $22.00   $10.95  Bargains in Ladies' Suits  2 Only Ladies'  suits, regular $25,00, cut   to $11.95  2          $32.50       $15.95  I          $35.00       $1735  600 yds. Tamaline Silk  Reg. 65c and 75c quality, cut to 39c  50 doz. Pillow Cases  Hem  Stitched. 42  ins.  wide.    Reg. 35c,  cut to (each)    25c  75 doz. Linen Towels  Fine Huck.   Reg. 40c pair, cut to 25c  Ladies' Cashmere Hose  Reg. 50c. Quick cut to (per pair) 35c  20 doz. Childrens' Undervests  Woollen. Reg. 40c pair cut to 25c  All Ladies' Dress Skirts cut to  HALF PRICE  25 doz. Children's Under Drawers  Woollen,    Reg,   40c   and   50c   quality  cut to          25c  2 doz. Ladies' Kimonas  Reg. $2.25. cut to  $1.15  ���   $1,50, cut to  75c  37 Ladies' Blouses  Both Silk and Flannel, at HALF PRICE  Come while  the Stock  is Large  All new goads in Transit and at the wharf will  be placed on sale.  No Reserve  Everything Goes  RICHMOND'S STORE  R. DONOGHUE   ���   Assignee  *aV THUBSDAX, NOVEMBER fi, 19U  KELOWNA  RECORD  The need for Economy  is acknowledged on every side and should  go hand in hand with a determination to  make the best of things as they are.  Women especially, who desire to look their  best and yet avoid extensive outlay, will  be agreeably surprised if they will accept  our open invitation to look over our stock.  Everything in the Best Style. Yet  Low Prices Rule Throughout  Call in at the first opportunity and let us show you  Dress Materials  We have here Tweed Dress Materials in  Grey and Green shades to sell at 45c yd.  Heavy cloth in Green,   Grey,   Navy   and  Heather Mixture, to sell at     30c. yd.  These are excellent materials  for making up walking skirts  SEE OUR WINDOWS  Jerman Hunt  117'nrfc J J Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  V V   ^a^^a��'���aJL e Guaranteed drv wood readjr (or burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2,75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Order* may ba left with the Ckanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 96)  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McGlary Semi-Steel.  See a  McClar/s  Kootenay  ^Jtanffe   You'" notice the linings are  M \~ a*       made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McGlary dealer.     M  , MADE IN CANADA  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd,  Prime Fresh  Meat  Fed locally, and carefully  ���elected, 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 ol Montr..!)  REPORT FOR OCTOBER  Division    I   ..  Enrollec  ...  30 ..  '���-���'   n ..  ...   38 ..  ���'      III   ..  ...  35 ..  "       IV   ...  ..   30 ...  V   ..  ...  31 ..  VI*   .     28.  '*      VII   i:  ...  SO ..  "    VIII   ..  ...  34 ..  ��      IX   ...  ..   26 ...  "        X   ..  ...   29 ..  "      XI   ...  ..  34 ...  ... 26.57  . 31.71  ... 33.21  ... 25.0-1  ... 2U.U7  ... 25.76  ... 26.83  ... 32.52  .., 22.73  ... 27.  ... 31.19  HONOR ROLL  Division I.��� Harry James, George  l'ottiiaraiw, Annie McMillan.  Division II.��� Charlie Stuart, Dorothea Buok, Ceroid Switzer.  Division III. ��� Flora Ball, Nellie  .Jones, Hazel Williams.  Division IV,���Willie Andrews, Mary  Woolsey, George Ryder.  Division V.��� Bessie Haug, Martha  Woolsey, Cioely Tutt.  Division VI.-Ralph Ball, Hugh MoKenzie, Earl Wilson and Howard Leathley, equal.  Division VII.���Eddie Pettigrew, Ethel  Hillard, Kenneth McKinley.  Division VUI.-Wallace Meikle. Perov  Andrews.  Division IX.��� Cyril Hillard, Margaret Sutherland, Una DeHart.  Division X.���Frances Treadgold. Ada  Poole, '''helms Cox.  Mr. R. P. Riokaralson, the principal,  respectfully requests parents not to  allow their ohildren to go to sohool  too early in the morning. Every day  there are pupils on the ground Irom  one hour to an hour and a half before  school opens. TheBe shildren are without supervision during the greater  part of that time; and they cannut,  of course, be admitted to the building  till 9.16, the time at whioh the  teachers oome to school.  Ellison School  REPORT FOR OCTOBER  Fourth Reader.���Elizabeth Conroy  Lois Honmth, Frances Hereron.  Third Read?r.���Annie Conroy, Eunice leather, Greta Bowers.  Second Reader.���Agnes Conroy, Lily  Bell, Percy Geen.  First Reader.���Robert Mclnnes.  First Primer.���Alike Booth, Stanley  Teather, Barbara Mclnnes.  Scholars enrolled       28  Average attendanse     23.73  Black Mountain School  REPORT FOR OCTOBER  Senior IV.��� Earla   MeDonald,   Mar  riam Woolsey, Beth Dalgleish.  Junior   IV.���Billy   Plowman,    Ear  Hardie, Amy Fleming.  Senior III.���Alma    Mugford,    Leslie  Richards, Jean McDonald.  Junior   III.���Evelyn   Sproul,   Mon  Ruth Woolsey,   Jeanie Warden.  THE GERMAN SIEGE MORTAR  Antwerp, counted as one of ths most  strongly fortified cities in the wer Id,  has fallen before that most, terrible  new engine of war, the.immense 11-  inch field mortar which Germany has  found so successful in battering into  neaps of ruins the magnificent old cities of Franoe and Belgium.  This is but another proof that the  modem gun maker has radically  changed conditions. General A.H.  Brialmont, the Belgian engineer who  designed the stronghold ot Antwerp,  considered that the iron and steal  Gruson batteries and turrets which  were embodied in these defence worka  would withstand all modern ordin'iucc  and gunnery. But attaok has again  overmastered defence, the factor in  this oase being the German portable  field mortar, winch marks a gnat  stride in power and weight, particularly in mobility over any other mobile artillery ever yet constructed. The  second war issue oi the Scientific American thus describes it:  The outstanding feature ol thii  great mortar is that it is so mounted  that the gun and carriage oan ba  hauled either by motor or by hots*  power at a speed approximating that  ol the lighter siege artillery, and  thai when it haB reached the designated position it takes but a short  time to have the gun in battery ready  for attack. The weight of tha gun  and carriage i. gives as about forty  tons, the weight of the shell is about  760 pounds. The maximum range  at an elevation ol about 66 dagiess  is 24,600 leet, and the mnxjiman  ranoe at 421; degrees elevation is  a little over 33,000 feet. At Liege  and Namur the Gruson tanrei forts  afforded ample protection against  the direct fire of high velocity rifles  and the high anplo fire ol the lighter  siege puns, but against the enormous  Krupp mortarB, fitted with delayed  aetion fuses and filled with the most  modern high explosives, the torts  were absolutely helpless. And so  also at Antwerp the jew -ir'aMe  howitzers are said to have outranged  the Belgian guns, and the sain ai  11-inch shells, falling almost vertically Irom an altitude of several  miles, must have wrought fearful destruction on the city and forts alike.  Kelowna Poultry Show  Nevmber 25tt, 26th and 27th  GET YOUR BIROS READY  Hospital Directors  Monthly Meeting  Ths regular monthly meeting of ths  board ol directors ol the Kelowna  hospital was held last week, when  those present were Messrs. H. J. Hewetson, N. D. McTavish, M. C. Ocrrie,  D. W. Sutherland, P. E. Corby, W.  Haug, G. S. MoKenzie and G. A. Fisher, secretary.  The minutes of the last monthly  meeting were read and on motion of  Messre MoTavish and McKenzie, confirmed.  The Matron submitted her monthly  report and the secretary's financial  statsment was also received and the  accounts ordered paid when properly  verified and funds in hand, 'lhe  statement disclosed aocounts to the  snd ol September as follows:  Unpaid July accounts ...   $ 89.10  August acoountB    362.90  Balance due architect ' . . .   200.00  September acoounts    871.89  TiQmWm  *a*^*mmasme  Total ��I,523.S9  The balance due to fleo. E. Ritchie  on the contract for the new Maternity  ward is 8807.56, this being mainly accounted for bv the promised city grunt  but which at the time ot the mooting  was not available.  The total funds in hand to pav car-  rent accounts were $7.37 and government per oapita grant of $505.50  expected shortly.  The balances du. from patients covering the period from 1911 to date is  $4,659.80 of whioh about $2,60  considered collectable, but mninlv  would be very slow.  The retirhw visiting committee, Messrs. Haug and Corby were accorded a  hearty vote of thanks for their services. The new visiting oommittee  annointed for the ensuing three  months include Messrs P. DuMoulin  and D. W. Sutherland.  Agency for  Fraser Valley  The Fraser Valley Development  League has definitely decided on the  organization of a central selling agency, for the co-operative marketing ol  'Fraser Valley produce.  The agency will be organized under  the provisions of the Agricultural As  sociation Aot, which provides that  when 20 per cent., of the oapital  subscribed the provincial government  will advanoe the remaining 80 per  cent. The stock will be sold on the  basis of 20 per cent., caah, the balance being over a period of five years.  The deferred payments of stock will  meet with the repayment oi the gov  ernment advance. It is proposed to  put the oapital of the agency association at $200,000, divided into 4000  shares ol 850 eaoh.  Pope Benedict haB appointed a committee composed of Cardinals Merry  Del Val, Disleti and Cagiano to prepare plans to be used in the erection  of a sepulohral monument to the  late Pope Pius X, in the crypt ol St  Peter's.  New British Ships Will Carry  Most Powerful Weapons  It is probable that during ths present week the British navy will receive  a considerable accession to its great  strength by the delivery of two new  battleships���the Queen Elizabeth and  the Warspite.  These boats will be the first to carry the nsw 15-inoh gun, which is without doubt the world's deadliest weapon. As the first lord of the admiralty recently pointed out, it is tho  best guns Great Britain has ever had.  It reproduced on a larger scale i.ll the  virtues oi tie 13.6-inch gun. Its power  may be measured by the faot that,  whereas the 13.5-inch gun hurls a 1400  pound projectile, tho new gun disoharg  es a projectile ol nearly a ton  weight, and can hurl this immense  mass oi metal ton or twelve miles.  The high explosivo charge ol tho  15-inch gun can carry through und  get inside the thickest armor afloat,  ia very nearly as largo again in the  15-inch gun as was the ohargo in tho  13.5-inch.  Great Britain has thirteen ships in  her navy mounting the 13.5-inch guns  which are without equal in any ol the  navies in the world, but the ('iiecn  Elizabeth and Warspite will be the  first vessels to carry this now and  most powerful of guns.  Germany has no ship carrying a heav  iar weapon than the 12-inch gun,  whioh ceased to be the British primary battle armament in 1909,  Striking a small rock slide, brought  down by the heavy rains, a C. P, R.  "double-header" freight train, east-  bound, was derailed at 9.20 o'olock  Monday morning about three-quarters  ol a mile west ol Hope, a station 81  miles east oi Vancouver. The two  engines and two ol the fifty oars of  the train plunged down the embankment into tiie river. Four other cars  were badly smashed up. Two men  were killed and at is believed that a  third also met his death.  It is stated that the $15,000,000  loan underwriten in London by Les-  sard Brothers lor ths Canadian Northern railway, just on the eve ol tke  outbreak oi the war, has been subscribed and paid ovsr.  Sir Arthur Birch at ons time administrator ol the Colony oi British  Columbia, died In London Saturday  at ths ags oi T4 years.  "MY VALET"  ,���    ������   .all..!   ..,      , ii Mi. ,I,     , .ii,  f| Suits made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  J. E. THRUSSELL  P.O. Box 621  Oppoaita, Board of Trade Office  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo ieet .bore th. lake, it command, a beautiful view oi th. town, lake aad surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Clow to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa tha op.  portunity of .electing . few acre, of thia daairable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $ 10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.50  Pensylvania Stove - 17.50  Pensylvania Nut        -   17.50  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  'e*aJll  TRSaUe   HAMt  Olive Oil  Emulsion  Whenever your system becomes run down,  whether through sudden climatic changes, overwork or excesses of any kind, you leave yourself open to contract any contagious disease.  To build up this weakened condition there is nothing  equal to Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion.  It Is a real nerve-food tonic and quite different Irom the eo-ealled ' I  "tonics" which re-act oa the system snd either have no real food  value, or, ii they hsve, are too unpleasant to lake.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion U plesssnt to take,���lhe hypo-  phoaphitc. In it tone the nerves���the Olive oil nourithei both  nerve, and blood.  Thi. preparation la guaranteed to be abaolutely free from  alcohol or any dangerous or habit-forming drug..  Soiiier5 "ilu,1y.e!)' ht lh!,a ft? "���������,l *"'��� * *'���* m ooal.. "mi  at over 7000 other Retell Slorea, Ihe WorlaTe are.leat Una. Stone, la Canada,  the United Slelea end Great Brilaie.  P. II. WILLITS & COMPANY     Hi* ^MGOMj StOTw  Cor Pendozi St. and Ilornard Ave.       �� ,M(,  We suarentee (hi. Remedy.   II It fait, to aatlary wo will return your money.  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  Satisfaction guaranteed   .  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. limited  D. LLOYD.JONE3  Managing-Director  siia  ^&^ ^^^^.-a^T-ir^ifstanfaitxa:  PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, HOVKMBEE 5, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (laac.rpor.ted 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blaekamlthlng done.     Weighbridge.    Oata crushed.    Fence poat., Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, 'c, for Sale.  Apply to lire Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office :  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office : 9 to 12 ;  I to 5.30, excepting 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  pho���e 44   Hardware Co., Ltd,  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Arc 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  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mj\ "��� It. Albriffhton, ol Kamloops  paid a business visit to tho city lest  weok ond.  Mrs. .1. Chapman, who has been in  tlir city on business   left on Monday  for hor homo i at Canoe, B.C.  t  *   *  Mr. I). Wrifffflesworth return��d to  thi- city Monday after spending soveral  months in the cast ami on tho prairie.  Knfflteh church services will he hud  in tin* Mast Kelowna school houso  next  Sunday afternoon at J*, o'clock.  Servioes will ho held next Sunday  morn inn in the St. Andrew's church  at Okanagan Mission at 8 a.m.  Mrs. .1, Chanman. of Canoe is a  vis tor in tho citv this weok, tho yUeht  of Mrs. !���'. Ilawtinhoiraor.  ��   ��  *  Mayor and Mis. Jones j-eturni-d to  the oity Saturday afternoon, after  an extended visit to eastern Canada.  Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, of Tndian  Head, Sask., aro paying a visit to  this district, whero they are well  known.  Mr. Krncst Hoy, another local mom-  !>or of tho U.M.K., who has been on  patrol duty returned to the city on  Friday, having boon released from service.  ��   ��   ���  Mr, Alf. Dengis loft on Friday morning for Calgary, where ho will spend  some timo before going to Chicago to  join his wife, who is now in that oily.  Mr. E. L. Ward has just received  1000 tulip, narcissus and dalTodil  bulbs and six dozen hyacinths as a  donation from Mr. W. -J. Von Aalst,  of the Holland Bulb Farm. Victoria,  B.C. These bulbs are being divided between the school and the hospital and  will mako a nice show of bloom next  spring.  ��   *   ��  Three members of the local corps,  R.M.K., who havo been home for some  time left on Monday morning for Kamloops, from which place they will be  .sent to various posts along the main  lino of the C.P.R.   They were Messrs.  Lloyd, Gray and Moon.  ��   *  ��  Mr. William Sautor, well known here  has gone to Vernon with the idea of  organizing a dramatic class, to nut on  different plays during the winter for  ihe benefit of the Okanagan Patriotic  Fund and  other similar benefits.  ��� **   ��  Will all the ladies who are working  for the Rod Cross Society see that  all their work is sent in on or before  Nov. 15th, Parcels mny be left with  Mrs. ("ieo. James, Abbott Street, or at  Mr. IT. F. Hicks' store.  ��   *   *  The Anglican church will" hold a sale  of work in the Parish Hall from  Thursday to Saturday, December 3rd,  4-th and 5th. This will take thu  place of the "Olde Knglish Faire" for  which arrangements had been made  and goods purchased and donated  before the war, The articles received  from thc old country include household linen, printed cotton hedcovers,  hand knitted socks, pottery, baskets,  etc. etc. Everything sold will be of  a useful nature and it is hoped that  a substantial sum will lie added to  the Building Fund to which tho proceeds will be given.  ��� *   ��  Mr. H. E, Upton the (iovornmont  Poultry Instructor will give illustrated lantern lectures on Poultry Raising at itaymer's small hall on Nov  25th and 20th at 8 p.m. Ho will also  have the government exhibit of model  houses and appliances. The slides for  these lectures have been prepared by  the Dominion government to encourage  motse farmers lo raise poultry and to  employ bettor methods.  ��� *   ���  The choir o-f the Kelowna Methodist  church has arranged a splendid pro*  c-nun of music for the concert lo be  given in the church on Thursday, November 12th at H p.m. The items consist of a choral work, chorus for ladies' voices, solos, instrumental nnd  vocal, etc. This will bo one of the  musical treats of tho season and  should not be mllMd,  The Methodist Ladies' Aid are holding a sale of home cooking next Saturday week, Nov. 14th, in the vacant  store next to Mr.  Croft's boot store.  * *   ���  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Knowles are  away this week on a short camping  holiday on their pre-emption up Hoar  Crook.  ��   tt   ��  The Vancouver Cafe is ��ow under  new management, having changml  hands on Nov. 1st. The new proprietor is Hop Loo.  # *   ���  Mr, Fred Henning, who severed his  connection with the T. I.awson Co.  last week left on Mondav morning for  Seattle where he will join his mother.  A Popular Member of the Motion Picture World. Well known in "Unlverfal  Ike" Comedies.  The donation of the work and tho  material for the large banner fur the  patriotic concert by Mr. T. (Treadgold  was greatly n^oroolaied by the commit tw in charge.'  ��   *   tt  Mr. fl, fl. (Ihulman was in town for  a few days this week renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Gladman was formerly on tho Kettle Valley engineering  staff.  ��� ���   ��  There is a movement now on foot to  forward a car of Okanagan apples for  the Belgian refugees in England. The  idea was first suggested bv Mr. G. J.  0. White, and the matter is now having the attention of the United Growers, An effort will be made to have  the C.P.R, carry the car free, and each  district will be alloted a nortion of  the car. The privilege of donating ap-  olea will of course not be confined tr  Union members.���Summerland Review,  ��   ��   *  A definite reply has been received  this weok from the authorities at  Ottawa regarding the application for  rifles and ammunition with which to  equip the "Homo Guards." It is stated that thc demand for both up-to-  date and obsolete arms from military  department has been so great that it  would be impossible to send any to  Kelowna.  ��� *   ���  The Women's Christian Temperance  Union will meet at the home of Mrs.  Fuller, on Tuesday, Nov. 10th at  3 p.m. A tinner entitled, "Some experiences of a nurse in meeting with  the results of the liguor traffic" will  be road by MiBs Port. A social half-  hour will' be spent at thc close of the  mooting, and it is hoped there will  be a good attendance of membors and  friends.  ��� ��   ��  The Rev. Philip Stocks formeily  chaplain of tho Church of the Resurrection in Brussels will shortly ur  rive in Kelowna, where three of his  sons (one of whom has the photographic studio) and a dam-hter already reside. Tho unfortunate turn  of events in Belgium has made it impossible for Mr. Stocks to return to  his duties in Brussels for Borne time,  and he has decided to seek at least  a temporary home in the Okanagan  along with the rest of his family. Mr.  Stocks has been in oharge of tho English church in Brussels for tho past  four years. At the time the  war broke out Mr. Stocks and his  wife were on a hoHhav trip to Scotland. As soon as it became evident  that trouble was in store for hiB  adopted countrv he mado haste to  return. Reaching Folkstone, however,  ho was Btonned with the tidings that  the Hermans were already n-anng  Brussels and that it would he impossible for him to proceed. In the moan-  time all Mr. Stocks' household goods  nnd personal Possessions nre in iVus-  sels at the tender mercies of the  CiormanB, nnd ho is naturally awaiting with some degree of anxiofv for a  favorable turn of events.  ��   ��   ���  The Fire Brigade boys have decided  after all to abandon their annual ball  which was to have been held November 36th. After careful consideration  of tho matter the Brigade decided present conditions did not warrant going  ahead with tho ball this year.  A large real estate deal was put  through this week, whereby the property on Bornard avenue, owned bv Mr.  D. Wrigglesworth has been sold to Mr.  A. N. Anderson of Minneapolis. The  price is understood to be 810,000 cash.  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  Between thi Preibyterwn ud Entliil* churctiM  Plant Bulb* Now  Hyacinth. (Dutch and Roman), 80c to  $1 per doz.  Daffodil. (Emperor, Van Sion, double)  50c per doz.  Vic, Bicolor, Paper white, Bern, 35c  Porticua (ornatua it pheaaant eyed) 25c  Crocua, Sraowdropa, 20c per doz.  Cut Flowers  Carnation., Chrveanthemuma, 50c doz.  Violet.  Pot Planta  Fern,, P.lma, Flowing Plant.  P.ranniala (or Fall Pirating  Freah cut Lettuce  Agent, (or Coldstream At B.C, Nuraoriea  Order, taken (or ahruba and traei  Palmer k Rogerton  Phone 88 Boa 117  COLD WEATHER  SUPPLIES  Hot Drinks and Nourishing Soups that will keep the system  toned up and able to withstand this trying (all weather  Imported Cheese  Reaufort Cheeae, per lb 50c  These are prime.   Try them.  -Canadian cheeae, I Ib 25c  Campbell's Prepared  Soup  Invigorating and nouriahing. Any  variety, perlin  15c  Maggie or Knorra' Soup Tablets,  13 varietiea. Three plate, ol  aoup to tablet.   Each 5c  Ozo Cubea. Three cubea to pack,  et. Eaaily prepared. 2 pkg.25c  Bovril and Bovril Cordial"; John,  aton's Fluid Beef, alway. re.dy  and recommea ded as . body  builder.  Bovril Cordial 20oza, $1.35  ., ���   Quarter size 50c  TEA  Our   epoi.lly  blended   Indo.  Ceylon Tea 3 lba $1  Freahly ground Coffee...3 lba $1  Theae are two lines whieh sell  readily on their merita.  Gorgonzola Cheese, par Ib 50c  Roman che.ee, par lb 60c  New Dates (Dromedary and Anchor brand), Dried Fruits  Dateain I Ib. packagea, each 15c  New ieeded Raiains, 3 pkga , 25c  Extra choice cleaned Currant..   Full I Ib.pkg 15  Sultana Raiains. golden Bleached.   Per packet ISc  Jelly Powder., Sheriff or Nabob.    I doz. assorted in pkg 70c  Buy them by the dozen.  Sardine, in oil.   3 tin. for    23c  Pure cane Sugar from the B.C. refinery  20 lb* (or $1.50  Thi. i. a  pure Wbita cane eugar, and only a limited quantity i. (or eele  at thi. price  New Brooms Sweep Clean  A consignment just arrived direct (rom factory.    New broom., corn  and enameled handle.. Daisy brand broom 75c  Clara Sweep Broom 65c Standard Broom. 75c  It Pays to deal at  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  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE  ���  104  ^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 19ki  KELOWNA  KBCOKD  NALAND  SCARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  SolteitOM,  Notaries Public,  Conveyance���, etc  ELOWNA. :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public  JWNA. :> B.C,  WEDDELL & QRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  ���NOTARIES PUBLIC  \m, Wllllt'a Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member .1 tha i.C SaeWy of Architects  Architect  BKelown.. B.C  P.O. Box. 509  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  ['P.O. box 531  Phone 4602  Kelowne, B.C.  |C. Har-ey. B.A., Sc, CE, D.LS, B.C.L.3.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  I CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C  PW, 147. P.O. Boa ��l  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resemed his teaching classes and will  I receive  pupils  aa  before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  i P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  Fall Bulb  We have just received our import ship-  ment and consider  ourselves very lucky  If you want any we  would advise getting  in your order early  Hyacinths  AU colon  Snow Drops  Narcissus  Daffodils  Crocus  Tulips  Bedding and Forcing  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna, B.C,  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M Chi Sm.CE.  Coner.ltl.iB Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Sufoeyor  Server, end Report. <m trttsattoa Work.  Appaauu'oo. (or Waur Licera...  IKELOWNA, B.C  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka -      -      -   $2.75 per rick  5 ricka or upwards- $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 387  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  KEGULATIONS  XC. ROWLEY F. REYNOLDS  ���M.I��.c!r.A.M.C��..Soc.CE       B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Enqineers and Lend Suroeuors  Water Supply, lnic.ti.fa, Subdavaaion., ex.  , _     i     nt   l PO. Box 261  3. CrowLy Block patBa m  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  F. 0. Best IM  Sorner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  end estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No,��  S. W. THAYBR, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (CstaiuM kifJmm UJveralej)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Mease." may be left at tha office ol  Maura. Rattenbury tV William.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.0,  Organist oi St. Michael 4 All Angel.'  Church, receivee Pupil, for  Organ, Planolorte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &e.  at his own or pupils' residence.  tosUleVrea  P.��. Box Ml. Telephoa. 12  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Trilrt��� Manhaau aad Empkrrauart OCc.  Contract, of averr kind aand.ruk.ra  -    ���      rwerkl  'XZtmmWmimmm?'       '-^K^  Goal mining rights of '.he Dominion  in Mrsnitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Norm-  west Territoriee, and in a portion of  the Province or British Goliirabi.'i, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  veer, at an annual rental of $1 an  aore. Not more than 2,51)0 acres  will be leased to one applioant..  Application, for the lease must be  made by th. applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  In which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory tho land must  be desoribed bv sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each applisation must be accompanied by a fee of to which will ba  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise,  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the fall quantity ol  merchantable eoal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, auch  returnB shall be furnished at least  once a vear.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, hut tha toasee may  be permitted to purohasu whatever  available surfaos rights may be considered necessary for tho working of  ths mine at the rata of 110 an acre.  Ior full information annlioation  ahould be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Intenior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  ���eoutv Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Bowling  Next week will see the schedule of  the Dreamland Bowling league half  completed and at present it looks as  though the Bears, with their confort-  able lead and going at a good pace  appear to have the edge on the other  teams. The Beavers and Pelicans are  also in tbe race and are rolling good  games. The Royals, since a general  shaking up a couple weeks ago have  beep coming along strong, this week  they captured a series from tha Dreamlands. Tha Starlights took a brace  this week and took three from tho  Pastimes who aooear very weak nnd  anparently need new strength if they  nre to remain a faotor in the race  The Missions lost three last night to  tho Reavers, the Baavars rolling three  rood games.  The frames continue to bring out  a rood crowd of spectators nnd furnish i-Ta'at amusement and excitement.  Following is the rosults of the last  week's games and the standing of the  clubB up to the end of last week:  The Bears added another victory to  their credit on Thursday night and  won two games from the Starlights,  by rolling good games:  STARLIGHTS  B. Treadgold . . ..  115 194 166-380  Duddsn 115 124 105-344  Shicdel I3g 152 151���141  W. Pettigrew .... 164 159 192-445  Rossi 189 169 180-501  PAOK 8XYIN  Monthly Weather Report  Compiled    by G. R.   Binger, Government Observer  Temperatures  Min.    Max.  Date  Oct.  Totals  721   714-2196  BEARS  McLeod   1��0 154 158���432  I'atten 166 120 164���450  Soresby 153 144 160���457  Uallauor 145 145 163-453  McCubbin 172 141 167���480  Totals 756   704  812-2272  The Pastimes, rolling in very poor  form dropped threo games to the Starlights on Monday night: Following  are tho .scores:  PASTIMES  L. Pettigrew .... 101 131 134���366  Swerdffiger 163 139 121���423  Willits 136 104 111���357  Gibb 102 117 167-386  Purdy  152 129 170���151  Totals 654  620  703-1977  STARLIGHTS  Mudden   B. Treadgold  W. Pettigrew .  Shicdel . .. .  Rossi   154  143  160  130  95  130  170  144  12T  164  106-390  127-442  139���443  148-405  182���441  1  2 ,  3 .  4  6 .  6 .  7 .  8 .  9 .  10 .  11 .  12 .  13 .  14 .  15 .  16 .  17 .  18 .  19 .  20 .  21 .  22 .  23 .  24 .  25 .  26 .  27 .  28 .  99 .  30 .  31 .    51 45      64 46    57' .      45    58 37    88 35    61 42    60 37    59 40    61 37    58 42    51 50    52 45    60 45      60 45    58 42    65 48    58 48    57 48    57 46    56 37    56 35  ���m.  SI 31    60 32    52 33    ,53 34    53 35    46 34    43 41    46 43    58 45    67 42  RAINFALL  Rainfall for month 70  Baptist lYoung Peoples'  Society  Totals 682  735  704-2121  The Royals took the first two fix-  taircs from the Dreamlands on Tuesday night by 20 and 10 pins respectively and lost the last game by 12  nins.    Following are tho soores:  DREAMLANDS  Parker 134   144 134-412  Hedges  154   143 146-443  A, Johnson .... I . 152   116 154���123  Brown    136  105 140-381  n. Treadgold .... 133   153 166-441  Totals  ��09   661   729���209*  ROYALS  Johnston 126  P. Jontes .... 144  Patterson . . ..  165  Mnrrjuet 128  I.. W. Coates.  166  153  126  120  104  159  142-421  128-398  167-161  143-375  137���102  Totals 729   671   71*7-2117  The Beavers made a clean sweep lust  night, winning all three games from  the Mission team bv good margins:  MISSION  Stubbs   117 101 127-345  MaHam   139 105 92-336  Renfrew 120 140 119-379  Biirneby 169 126 131-426  Baldwin 145 178 143���466  Totals 690 650 612-1952  HEAVERS  Eltrol  159 192 135���186  West   153 141 147-410  tutt  155 131 132-418  Kerr  114 166 148-418  O'Noil 149 147 16�����165  Totals' 730  7��**   730-2227  LEAGUE STANDING  The following standing   includes all  games up to ths end of last week:  Teams  Bears . . . .  Pelioans . ���  Dreamlands  Pastimes  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF  PARTNERSHIP  Notioe is hereby given that ths partnership heretofore subsisting bstweon  ns ths undersigned as partners has  this day been dissolved.  All debts owing to the said partner  ship are to be paid to Stanley Mir-  rlam Simpson, at Kelowns, in the  Province of British Columbia and all  claims against the said Partnership  are to be presented to the .aid Stanley Morriam Simpson, by whom ths  same will be settled and by whom the  business will be carried on in future.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this first  dav of Oetober. AD., 1914.  0. C. ETTER  8. M. BIltfspN.  w  I Pet.  11  4-. 726  9  6-.59S  9  0-.595  7  5-.583  6  6-.500  4  S-.333  6  10-.333  S  9-.250  p  15  15  15  12  Beavers   12  Mission 12  Royals 15  Starlights 12  NEXT WEEKS' GAMES  Nov. 9.���Dreamlands vs Boars.  Nov. 1(1.���Mission vs Pelicans.  Nov. 11.���Pastimes vs Royals.  Nov. 12.���Starlights vs Iloavers.  Nov. 13.���Mission vb Starlights.  The program at the Young Pooplo's  meeting at the baptist chut-li on Monday evening took a novel turn. It is  not often that a kitchen orchestra is  in evidence on programs in this city,  and that composed of some half dozen .young men at the Baptist ohuroh  excited admiration from those who  thought that no music could be obtained from the ordinary culinary  utensils. It waB young men's night-  no ladies were down for items��� and  the said young men took full advantage of the opportunity and put up a  first class menu. When the curtain  wus-drawn a number of cookB, dressed  up in white aprons were seen busily  engaged in making bread. They got  tired of the unusual effort and alecidod  to havo a concert. Mr. S. Waj.aks set  the ball rolling with a song "Terence's  Farewell." This was followed b> a  recitation "It's a sad story" ray A.  S. Wade, the story being copiously  punotuated with tears from his ft How  cooks. Mr. Gi R. S. Blaokaby recited in French. Mr. Wade came or  again and preached the celebrated sur  mon on the text "Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard.' Last  came the piece de resistance. "Vhc  Silver Band March" by the orchestra  which was composed as follows: Conductor, G.R.S. Blackaby, orgnu; A.S.  Wade, bass drum and cymbals (a:opper  boiler and Baucepan lids rapoadively);  H. Bartholomew, tenor uorflot (tea  tray): J. B. Knowles, oornjt, alto,  looker); S. Weeks, kettle lr.ian (\vr.sh-  board and pegs); E. Blenkarn, treble  instruments (large bottles); Al F.  Palton. An eneore was dsmnudod ond  (riven and a vote of thanks lo the  performers brought thc meeting l'> a  clsse.   ���   AMENDMENT TO INSPECTION AND  SALE ACT  An important amendment to the  Dominion Inspection and Sale Aot was  passed at the last session of parliament and comes into force on the 1st  of January, 1915. This act establishes  new laws for the whole of Canuda  respecting flour, meal, rolled oats,  rolled wheat, food and vegetables, lhe  important features in connection with  the new aot are that the weight of  the contents of any bag, sack or pack-  ageof anv of the cereal products must  bo stated thereon, and that uniform  weights per bushel or bag for vegetables through the whole of Canada  will be definitely established, as Irom  above date, January 1, 1915.  TIub aot is one whioh wilt affect a  large number of producers throughout our agricultural communities and  copies can be obtained on application  to the Deputy Minister of Trade and  Commerce, Ottawa, Ont.  KAISER BUTTING IN TOO MUCH  Kelowna Poultry Show  November 25th, 26th and 27th  GET YOUR BIRDS READY  Rumors Irom various sources keep  canning to affirm that the Kaiser is in  a very serious condition of health. It  is also affirmed that tbe imperial relations 'with most of the leading gen  erals of the headquarters staff nre distinctly strained, and that had tho  Kaiser's orders beon obeyed the retreat from the Marne would havo ended in total disaster for the Germans.  The Kaiser does not think so, and  severely upbraids the leaders for not  carrying out his views. On meeting one  of his best officers, who had been obliged to fall baok, the emperor greet-  od him with: "Yon fell back, and yet  you are still alive."  All ths staff rssent this attitude as  a personal reflection upon their  coursge and notwithstanding all their  loyalty and the extreme deference  always shown to the Kaiser, mors  than ons bitter word has escaped  thaiir lips.  The Kaiser's great fear now is Baid  to be assassination. Whenever his  headquarters are taken, quick-firers  are placed in and arouad the premises and big guns are trained on  all approaches. Nobody is allowed  to come within 200 yards. Searchlights ars mounted on roofs and  hundreds of troops keep guard, night  and day. Even in war time, the emperor cannot forego his love ol psr  rsde. His staff still numbers some  thru or lour, hundred officers.  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 cockerels for stock birds, and for this  month only (November), I will let them go at $3 and $2  each.   Terms: Cash with order only.  1911-12  1912-13  Some of Mr. Tom Barron's recent winnings  4th Prize and Two Silver Medals in th* Philadelphia North Ameri.  can International Egg Laying Competition (100 pens competing, 12  months).  International First Prise in the second Philadelphia North Ameri.  can International Egg Laying Competitien.  1912-13   International  1st Prise and Cups and Medals in the Missouri  ?.*,e.'"'���"'���''on.l Egf Laying Competition held st Mountain Grove,  Mo., U.S.A.  1913-14   2nd  Prise  at the third  International Egg Laying Contaat 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 Leather��� including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  WATER STREET M   , , ,.   . n. '    j;  KELOWNA Next door to 25c Store Phone   -  347  CONCRETE  WORK  I hive a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances (or concrete  con��truction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which 1 have had many years'  experience.  Al! Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement & Rim' office, Woo1m)��jt Av.  Raymer Block Richter Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plana and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  .11 fitted with Bath Room.,  W.C., hot water, tic.  P.O. Box 185  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  iPlaraa and Estimates  Finiahing work a epect.hr/  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box SI I  GRAY'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  Is open on  Thurday  Friday &  Saturday  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  N.w mounting, have arrired��� and  will pice you  Rowcliffe Block JitJSfuak  KELOWNA-WEST BANK!  STEAM FERRY  Leares Ktlowom 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Learns Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 s.m.  Lean, West-bank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  P.O. Box 12  W. EASTON  Picture Kr.nier and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opposite the Burbank Motor Garace  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Abo First-Class Hay  Thos. Bulman  Wirlite Block Phonas 306 tt 3206  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and    Ettimata-  Furnished  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in th. Interior  Portr.it. by .ppokatm.nl  Pefldoci Street,   ���   Kelowna  Frank Knapton  Boot & Shoe Repairer  NEXT TO TAIT'S  SHOE STORE, ON  ���ERNARD  AVNE.  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEHBEB 5, ISM  ( WANTED! 1  Propa.i Kates: 2 cents per word  first it-.��ertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent iaserticm. No ad., io-  ssrtaxi for less than 25 cents.  All classified advertisement, must bs  paid for in advance owing to th. cost  atteadiiiK th. booking and charging of  small .iwaiia.  Cup. may b. received for these ads  ap to IU a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB  SALE  HAY, FOB SALE. -Alfalla, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ranch. Mtf  FOtt SALE VERY CHEAP.- Houm  aad lot, 11260, olos. ia. Apply Bom  149 Kalowna. 19tf  FOB SALE.- Purs Bred young Berk-  shir, pigs. Alio two ssatsd surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Dilworth. 30tf.  SPIBELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will ba at Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturdav of sach week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  llox 626, Kelowna. ��*������  Registered  Jersey Bull  MONARCH  Four-year-old. Standing fur service  Glenview Dairy  Phone 2302 J. B. Fiaher  FOB SALE.��� Hood mqtor car, five  imant'iihrvr. Prii*�� JM.-iO. Apply Box  ".I" Iteoord. 41tf.  FOR SALE.���(Jood milch cow, ft year-  old. $;'0. Also labia and faad sai-  rots and artichoke. 0, T. D. Ku��-  ������11. 4.)-ft]p  KOli SALE, ���-- Sawinir Machinu flU.,  Remington auto-loading rifle 125;  Bailey's encyclopedia of Amarican  hortioultura    81ft (coat 125) alio  itoek sac'-dle and double barrel thot  gun $V2.   Apply Glenmore ranch  50  TO RENT  i'O RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent 912.00 per mo  Apply \V. H. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtf  FOR RENT.���7-room house, furnished  Batkrooin, compliete, large baicuLwnt,  Apply J, Todd, Abbott Bt. 46tf  ROOMS TO liENT.-Furnishwl bedrooms or for light housekeeping.  Board if required. Mrs. Ford. Sutherland  avenue. Phone -Villi.        fiO-KJ  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED.���Situation  as help.    Apply  Miss  Annie   Krimmer,   Ellis  St.     50  WANTED. ��� Situation by .laptuese  cooli at once. Has good reference!.  Apply *"J.K," Crock side raneli, Vernon Rd. 50  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES TAKEN FOR PASTURE  and fed hay during winter. Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glen  more Ranch. -ilHf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate ranch  with house and orchard earning into  bearing next year. Must be sold  immediately. lie-mine buyer con  make own terms. Apply Box "C"  Record. 4 Vtf  WANTED.���Organ, in good condition.  State lowest price, Box "0" Record. 50-1  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.,  st the reaidence of S. M. Gore, Patterson Av,  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE.  Preaident  S. M. GORE, Sec.  P.O. Box 382  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  City of Kelowna  REBATE ON TAXES  ADMIRAL   FISHER   TAKES NAVY  IN HAND  Proliibitiaan bus beam carried in the  Stat, of VfirtriniR by n majority ol  80,000.  The a'nriiivnl nt the roller skating:  rink which was aalvertisud for tonight  has bairn paastpaimHl until Tuesday,  Nov. 10th.  PLOT TO BLOW UP THE  LAND CANAL  WEL-  United secret service men have discovered a plot to blow up the Wel-  land Canal, and the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway tunnel at  Hamilton, according to information  received from ths Dominion government. Every available secret servioe  man in the employ oi the Canadian  government and the detectives of the  railway companies were summoned to  meet at Toronto, whence they will  leave to patrol the tunnel at Hamilton and the Canal from St. Catherines  to Lake Erie. Ths oanal has besn  under guard bv Dominion troops sinos*  the outbreak of the war.  Notice is hereby glvon that ths per  iod within which ths one-sixth i.bate  is allowed on city taxa's expires on  31.t October. Interest at the rite of  12 per cent, will ba charged on unpaid  local improvements, and ft per cunt,  on oth.r unpaid taxea.  The collector', offic will b. open  from 7 tu 10.30    p.m., Saturday, 0c-  The appointment of Admiral of the  Fleet Baron Fisher to succeed Prince  Louis of Battenburg as First Sea Lord  of the Admiralty, is announced.  The retirement of Prince Louis ot  Battenburg marks the successful culmination of a campaign of suspicion  and slander. The anti-Battenburg  campaign, due entirely to his German  origin, was fanned by the fact that  other royalty's relatives are fighting  against us now.  The appointment of Admiral Fisrwr,  however, can not but give general  satisfaction. Fisher is to the navy  what Kitchtnnr is to the army, ond  to him is largely due the efficiency  which mnkeH possible the -present British control of tho sea.  Mrs. T. Renwick has lieen \iiit.ing  friends in town.this wssk, and will  leave taamorrow for the coast,.  It is announced that during ths pro-  arrnes of th. sals at ltichtnonl's the  store will be closed all nay inch  Thursday instead of merely in ths  aftorn.ican. This is to afford an op-  portunity for ths rearrangement of ths  stock.  W. Wilson of the Rangers, and Unlf Cranbrook has disposed of $35,000  D.Pfyffer and W. Berard of the B. ('.! worth of waterworks debentures at  Mora* who were alown on leave re-' gfl. This will bs sufficient to enable  turneal this morning taa thuir rosped- the caity to complete ths distributor.!'  tive duties. system this fall.  tober 31st, for the conveni.ncs ol tax  during  payers unabl. to bf_ in_town  ciflico hours.  October 6th, 19M.  G. II. DUNN,  City Clerk.  46-9  Warning  Shooting is forbidden on Cloverdale  Ranch. Any person found carrying fire  arms on any of my property will be pro  sec u ted. Tins is found necessary on  account of the loss of valuable animals  attributed to careless shooting.  48tf THOS. BULMAN  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland   White    Egg,   Walton   and  Brooks strain, English Penciled, $2.50 to $5  America Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Also two fine young Bronze Turkey Toms  $5 each.  Appy  Mrs. E. A. DAY, Kelowna  48*56p  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  use  Sanitary at  all times  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker-  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppoaate the Burbank Motarr Cara..  Gigantic Grocery  Sale  $ $ $ FOR YOU  Having purchased the stock of THE KELOWNA  GROCERY, LTD., I am putting on a Fifteen-Day Sale  during which time everything must be sold. Come in  early and take advantage of the ridiculous Low Prices.  Sale Commences Friday, Nov. 6th  At 9 o'clock a.m.  *o*<r**ace��'G*a��'am^^  P. BURNS & CO.  LIMITED  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  OUR MOTTO:   "Small Profits and Quick Returns."  Just Arrived: Shamrock and Dominion Hams and  Bacon, Fresh from the smoke house.  Try our Fresh Creamery and Dairy Batter.   Also Na. I Eggs  Have our Mr. Keevil call for your orders.   He will keep  you posted with what we have in stock.   Or Phone 135  DONT FORGET OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS  They are Money Savers  ^yaww^g^^B^r\4a3ri^a,Q^a*r^^j(>a>4^  ^M*R>vTr>*^M^VvT.'^T. /a\*CTNMmM^M^^?R>**A?'ar^>a*��XV^M^%r^M^M^MTOM^V  Christie's Canadian  Biscuits  Another shipment [of these far-famed biscuits has  just come in and we want to apprise you of the fact,  and to again state that Christie's Biscuits are known to  be the one biscuit in Canada without a rival.  When travelers try to sell us a cheaper line of  biscuits they always say : " These are just as good as  Christie's and cost you less money, and you can sell  them for the same price and make 10 per cent. more.  But we prefer to handle the genuine article and make  less money in order that our customers may have the  best obtainable goods.  Social Teas, Jam Jams, Vanilla  Wafers, Fig Bars, Rice Cake,  Sultanas, Cocoa Bar, Assorted  Sandwich, Vanilla Chocalate  and Arrowroot sell for   25c lb.  The Zephyr Cream Sodas, in  2-lb. boxes are worth 40c, and  in big 1 7-lb. boxes $2.75, and  Graham Wafers in tins     45c  We bought some time ago a shipment of National Biscuits which we want to clear out as quickly as possible. We  have 114 tins left which we propose to sell in a few day* for  25c per tin. The regular price is 40c, but we are clearing  them out that we may feature Christie's.  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality k Service our molts.  5 per cent. Discount (or Caah  Monthly account, aatt  SPECIAL  ��SEVEN DAY SALE  Heretofore it has been the custom with this store to confine to Two Sales in the year���MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE  and JANUARY STOCK-TAKING. We are, however, departing a little this season from our former custom and  feel that, in spite of the grert upheaval in Europe and the money stringency in consequence thereof, people wiH  need Winter Supplies, and we think this an opportune rime to fill your requirements. You will find very few  ��� merchants willing to make such material reductions on an advancing market ���  SATURDAY  October 31st  Men's Suits  Men's and  Boys' Boots  Women's, Mis  ses' and Children's Coats  Ladies'and Misses cloth dresses  Ladies' Blouses  THURSDAY  November 5 th  Men's Gloves &  Mitts  Mens Neckwear  Bed Spreads,  Sheets & Pillows  Comforters  Towels  and  Toweling  MONDAY  November 2nd  Women's Girls'  and Misses'  Boots & Shoes  All lines of  Hosiery  Ladies'  Underwear  Men's Shirts  Boys' Suits  FRIDAY  November 6th  Curtain Material  Flannelettes  Art Sateens  Skirts  Men's Hats and  Caps  Men's Fancy  Vests  TUESDAY  November 3rd  Men's Sweaters  Men's Heavy  Sox  Blankets  Flannelette  Underwear  Silk Dresses  SATURDAY  November 7th  Overcoats  Men's Flannel  Shirts  Corsets  Ladies' Collars  Dress Goods  Silks  WEDNESDAY  November 4th ���  Boys' and Chil-  drens' Sweaters  & Sweater Coats  Infants' Wear  Kimonas .  Men's Underwear  Boys' Overcoats  While sale lasts many remnants and odd lines will be  displayed on special tables.  Note prices on different lines  in Mailed Posters  Thomas  Lawson  Limited

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