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 ���mr   ,'.  VietarU. S.C  HS^avstOvntt-A  VfoXowxOvi*^  VOL XI.  NO. 48  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1919.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Hospital Seeks Aid  to Instill X-Bay  Delegation Urges Great Need  of Plant to Local Institution  " A deputation from the Kelowna  Hospital, consisting of Messrs. DuMoulin, Ballard and Binger, waited  upon the council Tuesday to make  further representations regarding  ths cost of making the _ necessary  electric power connection to run  the new X-ray plant. Thir matter  had been before the count-'i at a  previous meeting, when, thi. ugh no  action had been taken, the view  had been expressed that the city  would not be able at present to  undertake the heavy expense involved in the purchase of wire and  transformer equipment and installing. The delegation now pleaded  the urgency of the. matter and asked the council to reconsider the  situation..  It was pointed out that the hospital was in very greet nedd of the  plant,, some thirty-two people already awaiting X-ray treatment.  Mayor Sutherland stated that if  the city were to comply with the  wishes of the delegation the amount  of the hospital grant for the year  including the usual refund of light  and water rates, the cost of the new  road and sidewalk in the hospital  grounds, and this expenditure on  the electric-connection, would be  doubled, representing a sum of  about $1,500. He did not think  the city finances were in a .condition to warrant such a donation.  The claims of the hospital as a  public institution worthy of a generous donation, were urged by  Aid. Mantle and the members of  the delegation. The suggestion  was also made that a portion of  the expenditure, might be spread  over a period of years.  The Mayor said the council had  already decided to melee a grant  equal to that of previous years, and  had already incurred considerable  expense on the fixing of the hospital roadway. He suggested, however, that the city now purchase  the transformer and necessary wire  and that the balance of the cost be  solicited from the 1920 council,  thus avoiding throwing the whole  of the burden on the present financial year.  ' The proposal met with general  approval and the delegation withdrew after thanking the council for  their liberality.  Mayor Sutherland informed the  council that the absence of the city  clerk from the present meeting  was due to the fact that he had instructed him after attending the  convention 4ff B.C. Municipalities,  to go over to Victoria to look into  ' the matter of the foreshore tease  applied for by the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.  D. Hoqkham was appointed fireman at the city power house at a  salary of $100 per month, B. F.  Beecroft being engaged as teamster at a salary of $3 per day.  Manure Can Be Shipped from  Calgary Stock Yards  A circular has been issued by  the B. C. Traffic and Credit Association announcing' the results  of enquiries which have been made  recently into the prospects for  getting cheap and adequate quantities of fertilizer for orchards.  "We hsve been working," the  circular states, "on the' subject for  some time iri view of the necessity  of finding some source of getting  manure tor improving the soil of  the valley, both for fruit growing  and truck crops. After considerable negotiations, the C.P.R. have  furnished us the following ratea for  carloads of 50,000 lbs. minimum:  Enderby, 16c per 100 lbs.; Vernon, I6jc per 100 lbs.; Kelowne,  174c per 100 lbs.; Penticton, 16Jc  per 100 lbs.; West Summerland,  19c per 100 lbs.  I understand the stockyards company make a charge of 75c a ton  for loading, which, with the freight  makes a delivered coat of from  $3.95 to $4.53 per ton. They are  able to ahip thia manure at the rate  of several cars per week until the  period of freezing weather early in  November. On this account, any  one in the valley who wishes to  Congestion in Fruit  is  Transportation Inadequate to  Get Fruit Quickly to Markets  Never before in the history of  the fruit industry haa the congestion in shipping been ao great ae  it is at the present moment. Unable to get sufficient cars to get  rid of the packed fruit and thus  release the warehouse space, the  various ahipping houaes are packed  from cellar to attic, and are obliged to restrict the hauling from the  orcharda to two or three daya per  week. This, of course, dams back  the flood of applea upon the growera, in whose orchards the piles of  picked fruit are accumulating in an  alarming manner. The whole situation ia aggravated by a shortage  of boxes which consequently holds  op the picking, causing a great loas  ol time and added expense to  thoae who have large gangs of  pickera engaged. Unless the weather ia unusually kind and severe  frosts hold off until a later date than  customary, it Seems inevitable that  much of the apple crop will be  lost.  The blame for this state of thinga  ia- placed unanimously by the  shippers upon the transportation  company. The service provided  by the present barge aystem has  proved to be totally inadequate.  Whatever efforta the CP.R. is making to provide cars for the loading  of fruit, they are not reaching Kelowna, at least not in the quantities  required by the shippers to move  their embarrassing accumulations,  of packed fruit. Greater storage  facility would help no doubt, but  just at preaent the ahipping firms  are not seeking to store fruit but to  supply their cualomera who have  bought the fruit and who need it  at once. Only a quicker aervice of  cara can enable them to do this  and to make room for more fruit,  and thus clear the orchards. In the  meantime the growera are being  urged to make uae of every available inch of frost proof atorage  they may poaaeaa, placing the apples in bina or other receptacles  which will preserve them from injury until they can be handled.  Otherwise* it ia feared they may  suffer much loss.  Another grievance which the  shippers have against the Company  ia the enforcement of a regulation  requiring-the prepayment of fruit  on all cars of fruit shipped out.  Thia will undoubtedly impose a  great additional burden upon the  ahipping firms, forcing diem to  make financial proviaion for carrying thousands of dollars of outstanding freight.  Exhibits  There waa a time when towns in  the valley were very free in sending repreaentative diaplays of-their  products to the fairs of neighbouring towns. The war interfered  more or less w.ith thia practice, but  now that peace times are upon us  once more, there ia no reason why  the good wotk should be taken up  again., This is a form of community advertising that every grower  and farmer can help along with  Do your bit for Kelowna in this  way. An advertisement from the  Summerland Fall Apple Show and  Peace Fair in this issue calls forth  theae thoughts. This event is scheduled to take place on October 29  and 30, and is going to be on a  larger scale that heretofore, it is  announced, to mark the return of  ptiace. The clasaea aet forth in the  prixe liat aeem to be juat what Kel  owna growers could excel in, and  this chance to impress upon the  lower end of the valley the superiority of Kelowna products should  not be allowed to pass by. Write  to the aecretary and get a copy of  the prize list.  Mr. and Mra. G. A. Melville and  aon are to aail thia week from San  Franaiaco for New Zealand.  Benvoulin Notes  The United Farm Women of  Benvoulin will hold their next meeting at the Manse on Thuraday  afternoon, October 24th.  The Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. met at the home of Mra.  McEachem on Wedneaday afternoon, Oct. 8th.  Miss Brock snd Miaa Elliott of  Oyama were viaitora to Benvoulin  the paat weekend.  Mr. Jim McEachem left on Sat  urday to apend a few weeka on the  prairies.  Mrs. A. Reid gave a party on  Monday evening in honor of her  son, Mr. C. Weeks and his wife  who returned home a few weeks  ago from overseas.  Mr. Grummett returned home  last week after a short visit to  Princeton.  Last week saw the laat of the  tomato canning and the girla who  have been helping all left Grum-  mett'a Hall laat week.  Mr. F. Day returned home from  Montreal on the 2nd, after having  received his discharge.  Baptist Harvest Festival  Sunday laat waa Harveat Featival  at the Baptist church, and the  apecial aervice drew a large congregation. The church was very  tastefully decorated with fruit and  evergreens, music being contributed by the choir. The aervicea were  conducted by the Rev. W. F. Price  who recently took ov-r thu charge  of the church. Mr. Price, it might  be mentioned, waa prior to his  coming to Kelowna, with the Canadian forces in England, having  joined' the Canadian Y.M.C.A. as  chsplain at the outbreak of the  war. Later he was Canadian repreaentative on the International  Hospital League which had the  duty of caring for aoldiera on leave  in England. Residing thua in London during the whole period of  the war, he had peraonal experience of the German air raida and  had aeveral narrow escapes Mr.  Price is a lecturer and writer of  considerable ability, and while in  London waa a regular contributor  -to the Canadian Baptist, his articles  being in the form of "Jottings from  England," describing events and  peraonalitiea in the political, aocial  and religioua life of the motherland.   He alao prepared a lecture:  Rutland News  (From our own cnn'fl.nondsDt),  A meeting of Rutland and Benvoulin farmers will be held in the  Rutland school on Monday, Oct.  20th, commencing at 8 o'clock,  when Mr. Treherne will be present  to give a report of his investigations  with reference to the onion maggot.  All onion'and tomato growera. are  urgently requeated to attend.  Earl Hardie returned last Saturday after an adventurous trip which  has carried him to many parta of  the world. Working hia way on  different ahips, his various voyages  have enabled him to viait Australia,  Ceylon, India, Aden, Egypt, France  and England. During the eleven  months of hia abaenceJie has had  many interesting, not to say exciting  experiences.  Miss Withers, who haa been visiting Mra. Pitt, left for Vancouver  last Thuraday.  Mra. Armstrong left laat week  for Portland, Oregon.  At the meeting of the Women'a  Institute held laat Thursday in. the  schoolhouse, important resolutiona  were diacuaaed and approved.  These will he presented at the  District Conference, which ia to be  held in Salmon Arm on Oct. 24th  and 25th. Plana were made for  the exhibition of women'a work on  the 13th of November. The  manicuring demonatration waa not  given aa Mra. Browne waa unable  to attend. Miaa A, Gay read an  article on "Care ol Houae Planta  during Winter," and Mra. Stonehouse gave a reading "Garden Reminders for October."  Rev. Hugh Dobson preached in  the Methodist Church on Sunday  evening.  The Y. P. Society could not hold  their meeting on Friday aa the  schoolroom was not available. The  addreaa by Mr. A. C. Campbell will  be given on Friday, Oct. 24th.  Mr. and Mra. Bennett left on  Wedneaday'a boat for Walla-Walla,  Waah. Mr. Bennett waa water-  bailiff for the Belgo Co. for three  take advantage of thia opportunity,  should place their order as quickly  as poaaible. We will be pleased  to give any one further information  if desired.  R. Gillespie, of Vemon, was  down Tueadsy on a buaineaa trip,  Mra. Dr. Gilea and baby returned  Saturday from a viait to Montreal.  Miaa Mengea and Miaa Beattie  left Monday to fill an engagement  at Calgary.  Farmera north of Lethbridge, by  an overwhelming majority, endorsed the proposed irrigation scheme  to bring water to 100,000 acres.  The farmers are asking the government to guarantee the bonds of the  new district ior the construction.  Britiah viaitora to our fruit dii  tricts auggeat that shippers who  ahip fruit to the United Kingdom  feature the words "Britiah Columbia" on every label and atencil, aa  "B.C." dbes not mean anything to  people outside of Canada.  "Four Years on the Battle Front in  London," describing life in the  great city during the war. This  lecture he hrs delivered at several  places in Ontario, "where it created  much interest. He hopes to ba  able to give the lecture in Kelowna  shortly.  Mr. Price ia a native of [Nottingham, receiving hia training ior ministerial work at the Metropolitan  College, London, then preaided  over by that prince of preachers  C. H. Spurgeon. After pastoral  charges at Torquay, Devon., and  again at Bristol, he came over  chiefly in the intereata of hia family  of bova to settle in Canada, and  was in North Bay at the outbreak  of the war.  Admiral Lord Jellicoe will arrive  at Esquimalt aboard the battle  cruiser New Zealand on Saturday,  November 8th. He will spend aome  days in Victoria, and has accepted  an invitation to attend a ball to be  given in his honor by the navy  league on Monday, November  10.  Thiee carloads of coppei wire  cable have been unloaded at Bride-  ville for use in the building of the  high power line between Greenwood and Princeton. There is  about $40,000 worth of copper in  the shipment. * *  Veteran From C.N.R. Camp  Given Military Funeral  Tbe funeral takes place thia afternoon of W. Frost, a returned  soldier, who for aome time paat  haa been engaged on the engineering staff under Major Workman  now in camp about three milea  east of town. Frost was one of the  original 7th battalion who enlisted  at the outbreak of the war, and  was in the Valcartier Camp in  September, 1914. He went over  with the firat contingent and waa  aeverely gaaaed and wounded at  the second battle of Ypres. He  waa in hospital for fourteen months  in England, but never fully recovered from hia injuriea, finally developing acute tubeiculoais. About  three or four weeks ago he waa  aeized with haemorrage of the lunga  and though every medical care  waa given him, he died Monday  morning. The funeral ia being attended by a party of the local  G.W.V.A., who will accord their  comrade military henora. Service  ia to be held in the Preabyterian  church at 2 p.m.  Deceaaed was unmarried and  has no relatives in this country. He  waa a member of the Vancouver  branch  of the Veterana' Assn.',  EveryoneWhoBoiRtftf  CanadasVidory Bonds  Maci<? Money ��� ��� ���   ��� ���  . VERY one of the million and a half subscribers to  Canada's Victory Bonds knows that he can sell  them today for more than he paid for them.  Every one who bought Canada's Victory Bonds has  received 5% per cent interest per annum���paid twice a  year.  Over half a million Canadians who bought Canada's  Victory Bonds on the instalment plan saved money that  they would not otherwise have saved.  The guarantee back of Canada's Victory Bonds is  the same as the guarantee back of a One Dollar or a Two  Dollar bill. There is this difference, however, that you  get interest on the Victory Bonds and you don't on the  One or Two Dollar bill.  Canada's Victory Bonds will always be accepted as  security for a loan.  Banks are ready to loan money on Canada's Victory  Bonds.  Canada's Victory Bonds may be turned into cash at  any time. j  There is no other way in which you can invest your  money With such absolute security���paying such a good  rate of interest.  Canada will soon give her citizens an opportunity to  buy Victory Bonds 1919. It will probably be the last  chance to buy Canada's Victory Bonds on such favorable  terms.  Propare tt buy tn m*tty Victory Bonds tkis  timi es you turn wish yom hod btsn  *Ms to fat? tht last timo  Vsdoryloan 1919  "EvwyDoUarSpeniin Canada"  bmefi Vy Cw����t***�� Victory Leaa Committee,  1 ia ce-operattaowiththeMinister of Finance  of shs Danrisetm nf rmnA'  4*s PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  ��� i ���!  Thursday, October 16,19B  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL  MINING  REGVliATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  lit Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Pro  vlnce of British Columbia may be leas  ed for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acrea will be leased to  one  applioant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the distriot In  which the rights applied for are sltuat  ed.  Each application must be accompanied hy a fee of $6, which will bu refunded If the rights appllei) for are not  uvnllablo, but not otherwise A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  iv ii I-* per ton.  In surveyed territories tho land must  bo described by sections or legal subdivisions of miction*', and in unsurveyed  territory the tract upplied for shall be  staked  out by  the uppllcunt  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for t>tc full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such re  turns shall bo furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may ba  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be aonsldered  necessary for tne working of the mine  ;it   the rate of $10 an acre.  For full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  Ws W. CORY.  Deputy MlnlBter of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized publication ot  Uils advertisement will not he paid for)  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kind' of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243  Delivery  G.W.  AUCTIONEER  ant]  General Commission  ' Mercliant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  to  the C.P.R. whaif,  Keiowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Kinds of Repairs  BfcRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  D. E. Beveridge  Paperhanging  Painting and Kalsomining  WORK  GUARANTEED  Orders   mav  be   lett   at   the  Furniture Co.'s store, or  Box 67 >, Kelowna.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  f  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOJliNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kaiewna,  Brit'd. ColumhU  JOHN LEATHLEY  Kdrter and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  1UTEH  II.��0   psr   tsm:    Tie.,    sis    months.   UnlUJ  .States 10 Mat. .dditl oaal.  Subscribers at tho nfnlsx r.��* oaa hev.  ��� um DAOsrs maltad to (Hands a*. . dlsttusos  st HALF RATE. I.S.. TS Mats osr tw.  This  SDSolsl  Driyilnr.    Is   rnatsd   lor    th.  niiriKisfi ol .dvsTtistotr *h. sit. utl district.  All sabserleilOB. tMv.bU ta nrtvunr*  AIlVERTlHINU   HATCH  LUIKUE NOTICES:  PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC.. 'i.S osnts osi colnma lash osr snsk.  I.AMI AND TIMBER NriTICES-so dars. IS:  Sri davs IT.  iVATHIi NOTICES-SI lor llvs inssrtloas.  i.KilAI,  ADVERTISING-Flrst   inssrtloa.    12  oents psr  line:  sub  snbssoasnt  inssrtlon   S  osnts osr  line.  MISI'l.AY    ADVERTISEMENTS-1.0   Inches  and umier. SO osats osr l.oh lirst tassrtlon  nvsr two InohM 40 osnts per inob first   Inaertion:   20 osats osr Inch eswh sabssatMnt  insertion.  CLASSIFIED   ADVEHTTSEMENTB -1 osnt.  oer word    lirst Inssrtloa.  1  ssnt psr word  rmirh snl   sunent insertion.  All obtunrss in contract advartlssmenta mast  l>6 in tho hands of ths printsr bs '1'iroade.v  nveninr tn snsnrs trablioatlon io tb. asst  Issue.  Details of Victory Loan  The following details ol lite forthcoming Victory Loan are of general  interest.  The lists will open Monday, October 27 and close Saturday, November 15. The bonds are to be  issued in two maturities, the choice  of which is optional wilh the subset iber as follows : Five vear bonds  du- November I, 1924, and fifteen  year bonds due November I, 1934.  Interest at 5"t per cent, will be paid  from November I, 1919.  The denominations offered are  $50, $100, $500, $1000 and  $5000.  The issue price is to be 100 and  accrued interest. Payments may  be made in full at the time ol application or ten per cent, of application, twenty per cent. December  9, 1919, twenty per cent. January  9, 1920, twenty per cent. February  10, 1920, 31.21 per cent. March 9,  1920.  Navy League Campaign  A large portion of the proceeds  from the Nelson Day Campaign to  raise a half a million dollars will be  devoted by the Navy League of  Canada to the purpose of the naval  brigades. These brigades have  been established in thc principal  cities of the Dominion for the training of Canadian boys for service  on the sea.  Canada's future is bound up in  its export trade and depends much  upon merchant marine. It is vitally necessary that the Dominion  shou'd provide qualified sailors.  The Navy League of Canada is  giving the younger generation of  Canadians the opportunity for free  training in seamanship, and business men are agreed that the value  of this work cannot be over estimat-  *-**' .     ���  The success of the Boys' Naval  Brigades hangs on the generosity  of public support. It is important  to every Canadian that this movement should not be handicapped  by lack of funds. Public spiiited  citizens are called upon for a generous response to the Navy League  appeal through the Nelson Day  Campaign. The big drive will  cover three days, commencing  October 21.  In addition to the demands of  the Naval Brigades, the Navy League has to finance ita sailors' homes  and institutes in Canadian ports.  All the money raised through the  Nelson Day Campaign will be spent  in Canada.  Column for Boy Scouts  ORDERS by command for week  ending October 25. 1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week, Wolves, and also for the  week following ; next fur duty, the  Eagles.  PARADES: The'combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday, October 21 at, st 7.15  p.m.  . s  .  Patrol leaders and seconds are  reminded that they must be ready  to answer any questions lhat may  be put Io them in connection with  their second class, any. time before  the end of this month.  .      .  a  We   take   this   opportunity   to  thank   Mrs.. Dundas for her kind  gift of magazines, which will make  excellent reading material for our  scout library.  . -    .  .  Colonel Belson has very kindly  offered to give a aeries of lectures  to the troop during the winter  upon the subject of field sketching.  We are verv grateful indeed to  Colonel Belson for giving us this  opportunity of hearing a good deal  of a aubject of which it is very  necessary that every scout should  know something.  e        .  The following is a letter which  the Scoutmaster was given by Mr.  Bennett. When over in England  Mr, Bennett wrote the Chief Scout,  whom he knew personally, and  whom he had not the time to  interview, telling him of the keen  interest he had taken in the Scout  movement, and asking for a letter  which he might give to the Kelowna Troop on his return. The  Chief Scout wrote the following  letter:���  "1 am Very glad to have your  letter and to hear of vour interest  in the Boy Scouts of Kelowna.  Please tell them, when you get  back, lhat we are watching with  great interest lhe progress of our  brother scouts over there and I hope  that they will stick to their scouting  and make themselves into good  and efficient men for lhe Empire.  Wishing them all success, Yours  truly, Robert Baden Powell."  We must thank Mr. Bennett very  much indeed for taking the trouble  to write our Chief Scout, and thereby causing us to receive such a  kind message from the Chief Scout  himself.  a        .  We shall be unable to commence  our basket-ball practises this year  as early as we did last, as the Kelowna Growers Exchange are at  present using the exhibition building for a store-house and our fin.t  practise will probably not be till  after December 1st.  Conclusion of the winning scout  diary : ���  Saturday, July 12th, I9l9.-We  were up early on Saturday and  after washing parade we dressed  and fell in for prayers. Very soon  we were relieved to hear the breakfast bugle blow we hurried to the  breakfast-table. After breakfast  wc busied ourselves collecting our  baggage into the various places  allotted to our patrols. Then we  started taking down some of the  tents. Of courae some of them  had to be left up for the cubs. We  soon had them rolled up and put  in their tent-bags, and by that time  dinner was ready. After dinner  we sat sround waiting for the truck  to come. At laat some cara arrived  and took back to town some of the  scouts. Later the truck came down  bringing the cubs' baggage. We  set to work to unload it all and  then put on our own baggage. Four  of us went with Mr. Chapman on  the truck to unload the baggage at  the clubroom. When this waa  finished we left for our homes. We  felt that we had had a very enjoyable camp, and we added the 1919  camp to our memories of previous  camps.  PA,,  Your Clothes Express  Your Character  Jutt think for a minute of  the alert, wide-awake capable  chapa you know. Don't they  dreBB tho part? Would their  clothes, by nny chance, lead  you to talstake them for ne'er-  do-well* or failures?  Not much!  Lailey-Trimble  limited  [ Master Clothes  Builders  TORONTO  li a lucceuful tailor.  Ing" organliatloa that  knowi how to produce  th.!*i>rlo.fliilhcsi.!.at  ���uccetiful men wear.  Before you order your new dolbei  vou will want to ie* their new line.  It II here waiting for your Intpectlon  and It will give un tho gteateit pleasure  to receive a call Irom you .it your  convenience.   The sooner the better.  Oak Hall Clothing Co.  KELOWNA  IM*ll*ll*-***i'*!*l*li���**,!*l|-l---|l(lffi:i  Auction  I have been instructed to aell by  Public Auction the following property of CLARENCE DUNCAN'S,  At ths  Old Woolsey Ranch  Quarter mile north of Rutland store  At 1,30 p.m. on  Thursday, Oct. 30th  5-passenger' McLaughlin Car, in good con-  dition,  9-year-old  Brood Mare, 1.500 lbs., foal at  foot, 2 Fruit Racks  11 -year-old Brood Mare, 1350 lbs., foal at  foot Pair Horse Clippers  2 Colts, rising 2 years old,  3-year-old Filly (heavy),  5-year-old Gelding, 1,400 lbs.,  5-year-old Mare, foal at foot,  Weber Wagon, 4-inch,  Adams Wagon, 3$.inch,  2 Sets 4-ton Springs,  2 Sets Drag Marrows,  2 two-horse Cultivators,  2 Planet jnr. Seeders,  4 Walking Plows,  Sids Hill Plough.  Tobacco Planter,  Spring Tooth Harrow,  Disc Harrow,  10-foot Hay Rake,  Kimball Cultivator,  Complete Outfit Fork, Pulleys and Cable,  2 Sets Heavy Team Harness,  Democrat Harness,  Set Driving Harness,  Stock Saddle,  Pruning Outfit, Orchard Ladders,  4 Pickins Sacks,  Several tons of Alfalfa and Oat Hay,  60 rods 26-inch Hog Wire,  40 rods 42-inch Fence Wire,  Coal Heater, 2 oil stoves.  Miscellaneous assortment of Shovels, Hoes  Spades, Rakei, Forks, Chains, Crowbars  Other articles not mentioned.  No reserve as ranch  is sold.   Terms will  be given  on  car on furnishing approved  joint note.  G. W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  Professional Cards  BURNE * WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  tS. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��. BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Cur.Soc.C.E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications lot Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C '  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  ��nd   Lawrence  Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence      313  Vernon, B.C  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  (Late 29tl, Ball.)  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson 6t Mentis Block     -     Kelowna  Moving in in October. Address meanwhile  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  HERGA AMBLER SSr  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all clai  of work  TAKE A TIRE REPAIR KI1  with you. You may not need it at all. But if you  ahould it will be worth many timet ita coat. Our tire  kits contain everything requisite lo repairing ordinary  accidenti. With the aid of ita contents you can drive  your car to a garage where more permanent repairs  can be made.   Takes but little room and but little cash  GOODYEAR Tires service station  Coal Oil Gas Lubricating Oik  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi &  Lawrence  J. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY aad NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephone.  D��2S7  Night 76  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Street  Has a tine ahowing thia week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better ia to be found.   One trial ia all  we ask and can guarantee to suit the moat fastidious���  AND   THE PRICES  ARE RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN -     - Phone 268  II   I    . I  \  Alsgard's  ARE   SPECIALIZING   IS  HOT DRINrXS &  ��� LIGHT LUNCHES  THESE   CHILLY  DAYS  Drop in before going home or after the sho  ICE CREAM ALWAYS ON HAND  Fresh shipment of Molr's, Paterson's and Ganong's  Chocolates Just arritied.  J  WINTER & CHAPIN  'Phono 110  Your Friends in the Old  Country are short of Fruit  SEND   THEM A  BOX  OF  Apples for Xmas  We have a car of choice No. I Cox's Orange  Pippins rolling for London. Send ua your ordera,  thia week if poaaible.  Price $5.50 per box  Delivered to any addreaa in the United Kingdom  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  PHONE 24 Thursday, October 16,1919*  KBLOWNA tBCOtJ)  PAGE THBKE  A*>��**t<A^<?&+*ar  Ef ���~ o\iM$r  PHONE  361  KELOWNA  New Dress Goods  and Silks  WE have on display this week a new assortment  of Dress Goods and Silks.   These come in the  newest colorings and are excellent value at the  prices quoted.  Special line of AII-Wool Shrunk Serge, 42-inch wide, in colon  of Belgian Blue, Brown, Myrtle, New Blue and Navy...$2.75 yd.  36-inch wide Jap Silk, in light colors for evening waar, such aa  Pal* Blue; Rose, Pink, Maixe, Mauve and White $1.50 yd.  Wool Delaine, in a range, of pretty amall designs. An eicellent  material for Winter Waists and Children's Dresses, 30-inch  wide 85c yard  Wanted  We are prepared to buy Windfalls  and Cull Apples in any quantity and  will pay $20 to $25 per ton if in  reasonable condition for Canning or  Drying  Boxes Supplied  Turo ALL Your Apples lato Money.  i ���  .c  - LIMITED -  NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO LIGHT UP YOUR HOUSE  Tungsten Lamp Special  IN MX SIZES. REGULAR PRICE $h>5  75-watt Nitrogen Lamps, frosted.  Will sell!00 only at  $1 each  A. E. COX   -   Water Street  Smnmsriutf, B.C.  Tha Tenth Annual Summtrland F.ll Fair talus  placa this ye.r on  October 29th and 30th  Effort, are being put foith to make this event  bigger and better than over before to properly  mark the return of peaco.  Entries front Kelowna District Solicited.  Classes for Fruit, Vegetables, Livestock,  Women's Work, Ate.  . i See Poetose end .write far. prise list lo the Secretary. F. A. WILLIAMS, Boa 136, Summerland.  ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  F. G. Williamson, of Penticton,  was an arrival Mondaj.  L Godbolt, of Montreal, the well  known shoe man, waa here Saturday.  Ensign R. Dunlop, of Vemon,  come down Saturday.  C B. Cookaon, who haa just  cone down from the Cariboo road  district, came in Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Foster were  Vancouver visitors Friday.  Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Wray were  visitors last week from Hull, England.  Mrs. H. J. Williama and family  left this morning for California.  Mra. Williams haa just completed  the sale of her property on Ethel  street.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and  daughter left this morning for  Vancouver.  Jas. Riggs, who haa been visiting  hia father in Kelowna, left today  on his return to the coast.  The Misses Johnstone, who have  been spending a holiday at the  coast, returned yesterday.  Dr, Haley, the diatrict veterinary  inapector, waa down from Armstrong Tuesday.  S. S. Floyd was a visitor Sunday  from Penticton.  Keep November I Ith, armistice  day, open for the I.O.D.E. dance.  A good time ii assured all who  attend.  ' Mfa. F. E. Hunt, of Prince Rupert  was an arrival Saturday on a visit  to Kelowna.  E. A. Agur, of Summerland, in  company with B. L. Hatfield, the  proprietor ofthe Summerland gar  age, were in town last Friday.  Mr. and Mra. A. E. Sage of Armstrong-spent a few days in town  last weekend.  Jerman Hunt left yesterday for  Montreal to meet Mrs. Hunt, who  is arriving from a visit of several  months to England.  The Jack McMillan chapter of  the I.O.D.E., are arranging to make  October 21 at (Trafalgar Day) a tag  day for the Navy League of Can  ada, and ask that the ladies with  the tags be well supported in re.  cognition of this worthy cause.  The onion crop in British Columbia, st points in the Okanagan  Valley, is as follows: Vernon, 4,000  tons; Kelowna, 4,500 tona; other  points, 50 tons.  Dr. H. L Bryce has taken offices  in the Leckie Block (rooms 7 and 8)  Kelowna, for the practice of medicine and surgery. Hours 9-11,  2-4, 7-8.  AUCTION  At the retidence of  C. E. FOX 316, Sutherland  Ave., near English church  At 2 p.m. oa  Thursday, Oct. 23rd  Oak Pleases, end Washetand, complete  Bed, Mattress and Springs, Child's Crib,  Mattroao and Springs, Toilet Set, 2 oek  Rockers, Davenport, oak round Extension  Dining Teble, Centre Table, Bookc.se.  oek Buffet, Congoleum Rug, 9 a 9,40  Blue Ambrola Records, wood Heater,  Cook Stove, Kitchen Teble, 6 Chairs,  Child's Rocker, Child's Sulky, Blue Edge  Dinner Set, 60 Jere Fruit end Pickles, 30  feet Garden Hose, Cooking Utensil., Seal-  en. Hoe, Axe. Pile of Wood. Tub It Wesh  Board, Electric Iron, 9 sacks Potatoes, ssck  Carrot*, and other articles, nearly all pur  chased new on August 1st.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd,, Auctioneers  Soaking the  Public  Have you read the reports  of the Investigation Com-  misaion-and what one shoe  teller admitted he had easily cleared?���a downright  shame. Men, theae high  prices are a joke, which you  pay for. Personally, I'd welcome any Commission.that  would visit Kelowna. My  slogan ia "Honesty."  Chas. Dark  Tks Fair Sksssua  G. Price and R. A. Barton were  Penticton visitors Isst Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hughes, of  Vancouver, came in Isst Thursday  for a thort stay.  A. F. McDuffee, of the well.  known Vancouver drug firm, is in  town this week with hit family.  S. W. Chits, a visitor from Wenatchee, Wash., is in town looking  over the fruit situation here.      *  H. Lambie, of Wett Summerland  and hit ton, were vititort Tuetday.  Dr. and Mrt. C W. McBride, of  Smitht Falls, came in Monday in  the course of a visit to the valley.  Mrs. Bedell wss a passenger to  Liverpool yesterday.  _ W. Hardie left Wedneaday on a  visit to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. H. S. French, of  Vernon, were in town last Thursday.  Church of England services will  be held in the Eaat Kelowna school-  house on Sunday next at 3 p.m. -  The bookt which were left over  from the Dundee tale last Saturday  are to be disposed of by auction  next Saturday next to Stockwell's  ttore.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptitt church the Rev. W. F. Price  will apeak on "The Shepherd God,"  and in the evening on "How to be  Calm in Life'a Storms."  The Women'a Auxiliary of the  G.W.V.A. are arranging a whitt  drive for the 29th of the month  Refreshments are to be provided  and tie proceeds will go toward  the furnishing of the new club  house.  A. P. DuCane, who hat recently  returned from England, waa in  Kelowna latt week-end. Mr. DuCane wat a member of the well-  known firm of DuCane, Dutcher &  Co,, who installed the hydro-electric plant at Kamloopt, and had  plans prepared for a aimilar undertaking at Kelowna, when the  war started and interfered with  their calculation!.  Experience of the past season  has thown the Aquatic Association  that the present pavilion it far too  amall to accommodate the crowda  which gather there, and it hat been  decided, at toon at fundt permit,  to enlarge the building. For the  purpote of raising the necessary  monev a building fund has been  created and to thit fund will go the  proceeda of a teriet of dancet  which have been arranged for the  winter montht. The next of these  it to fake place on Hallowe'en,  October 3rd, and will take the  form of a fancy dress carnival and  masquerade.  DOMINION LANDS  INCREASE IN RATE OF INTEREST  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that  in accordance with the provisions of an Act  to emend the Dominion Lands Act. passed  at the last Session of Parliament, end commencing from the 7th July, 1919, where  interest i. chargeable, the rate of euch  iatereet on all new transactions in connection with Dominion Lands shall be six  par centum per annum; also thet from the  1st of September, 1919, .the rate on all  overdue instalments in connection with  both pest and future transactions will be  incraased to seven per centum per annum.  By order,  L. PEREIRA,  Secretary.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa, August 26, 1919. 48-51  6T03BQ8OBQ  COURT OF REVISION  In the matter of the Scotty Creek Development District.  A Court of Revision will be held et the  Ellison Schoolhouse, Vemon Roed, Kelowne, on Thuraday, the 6th November  noxt, et 10 a.m. 47tf  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  MMQcgMW.  KELOWNA  AVERY 5-90 Mode! S TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS it an ideal Tractor for the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horaet, and will accomplish  as much as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-4  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour, Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in 10g-foot radius.  Total length 135 inches; wheel base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested mey heve a demonstration.  S  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone ISO  f&mmmm&m  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Friday & Saturday���"The Ssvage Woman," with Clara Kimball Young.  Monday & Tuesday���Delightful Marguerite Clarke in "Rich  Man, Poor Man."  Wednesday & Thursday-"When Do We Eat?"  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  Quality and Service  THIS is our motto, and we are proud of it. But did you  ever stop to think jutt what Casorso Service meant >  One of the largest and beat equipped ttoret in British  Columbia, carrying a full and complete stock, it at your command at all timet���and anxiout to please you.  The Finest Quality of  Home-Fed Meats  Produced largely on our own ranches. No expense ia spared  to improve the quality of our herds, which are amongst the  finett in the interior. There IS no need to ask If We naV�� "��� We  always have the best of Beef, Mutton, Pork, See, to auit all requirements. Just order what vou want and it will be delivered  promptly when you want it.  Hams       Bacon        Cooked Meats       Sausages  Prepared in the mott skilful manner.  FRESH FISH  BUTTER  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meet Merket  Wholesale fit Retail Meat & Fish Merchants    Phoaet 178 & 179  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Uprfco-clate Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  CHEVROLET  fe.Ecano��nic��UhnsE  Flexible      Powerful      Comfortable  as any Six  THB  CHEVROLET  BABY GRAND  is the Best Velue for the money on the merket today  PRICE $1,7S0  F.o.b. Kelowna  Agent ��� Showtoome i  MA. ALSGARD      THE OIL S��0P -!-!��  ���HH?  ���BHHHM  mmm  anas  lllll-Ul.ll nil  I'AiiK. VODB  KBLOWNA   EBCOM)  Thursday, October 16.1919  Be as critical at you may -either from the viewpoint of tonal quality or exterior  beauty- ��� Expect the actual reproduction of the living artist's voice, the pure richness  of the violin or the distinct clearness of any instrument in the world's great  bands or orchestras   Look for absolute satisfaction  on whatever grounds you wish and find it  in the world's greatest tone-producing  Instrument ,.,,     ,.,,,.., ���...������.    ...  ^   Phonoe  V&  The  Complete  Phonograph  That Plays All Makes of Records  IWTHEPHONE Miprcmaey(alargfl> due  to Its unique method of reproducllon-Musk  through a genuine, round, hipjily-polished. permanent -mpphire bait that never wears out and docs not  Injure thc surface of Ihe record-Thls.wHh Its all-wood Sound  Chamber amplifies thc music in the fullest possible manner.  PATHE DISTRIBUTORS, LIMITED  WINNIPEG   ���  Kelowna   Aquatic   Assn.  Halloween  Masquerade  Dance  In the  Morrison Hall  On the evening of  Friday, October the 31st  Prizes   for Bett Ladiet' and Genti.'  Fancy and Comic Coitumei.  SPECIAL MUSIC  Proceeda in aid of Building Fund  Tickcti on aale at Crawford's where  costume*) can alao be procured.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   .   Phone IHO  Want Ads.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by   the  beat   million tins   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E.Perkins  Will  be in Kelowna in a few weel.s  The Navy League of Canada  Its Vital Work for Canada  THE Navy League of Canada fosters the splendid  spirit that made the British  the greatest of# maritime nations. It organizes loyal Canadians so that practical work  may be accomplished for the  development of Canada's  direct interests at sea.  The human side of Canada's Mercantile Marine is the League's especial  interest���training Canadian boys to become the sturdy type of British manhood that won its laurels  again and again in the great war���relieving distress  among victims of the submarine warfare���and giving the sailor ashore an alternative place for rest and  recreation to the places of doubtful entertainment  that abound in port.  Why the $500,000 is needed  On Nelson Day, October21st, starts a 3-day  campaign throughout the Dominion to raise  $500,000 necessary to finance the coming  year's work of the Navy League of Canada.  Help the work by giving liberally. As a nation whose expanding trade will depend on  exports, we must educate our boys to the  highest type of seamanship so that they will  be equipped to man our ships to carry our  exports to foreign markets.  Yon will do your part in this work by contributing liberally to the support of the Boy's  Navy Brigades, the organizations by which  the Navy League trains boys for our merchant marine.  Every dollar subscribid toill b* ussd to further thi work of thi Now Loom  in Canada���the work in which you are fiersonally intiresttt  as a patriotic citixen.   Help by tJMot-  msoN  for 'SOOT  CAMPAIGN  rbefa-2223  "Canadians  C*mp*lgnCommittM/orth��Pro*rfnceof BRITISH COLUMBIA ���������� ,  dudrmant Sir CHARLES TUPPER Vica-Oudrrrwni H. T. RAVENMLL  Hwdquuton: 203 STOBART-PEASE BLDC.t VICTORIA, B.C. ���*����  We handle Real Estate exclusively. Rate* of commission ns follows:  5 per cent, up to $5,000, and 2)  per cent, over that amount.  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  several ten-acre blocka in the Ellison  District, at a very reasonable price.  Three of theae lota are in bearing orchard, the balance being in truck.  Terms over ten years. Small caah payment will handle.  This property ia good for one week only  at present price.  Full particular at this office  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box 116  FOR  SALE  FOR SALE, 5-paaaenger Car, in good  condition, three new tires, two spares,  five inner tubes, spare front spring and  tool set, four reliners and other accessories.   Apply H. Burtch. 43tf  FOR SALE, Chevrolet Car (Four-ninety)  only uaed 2} months, excellent running  order, with spare rim and tyre complete,  $1000 cash. Write or phone Commander Lillingston, Box 614, Phone 2201.  46tf  HAY FOR SALE. Baled No, 2 Timothy,  $30 per ton in 5-tona lota; baled No. I  Alfalfa. $35 per ton, in 2-ton lots. Also  No. I Timothy Baled, any quantity at  market price. Apply S. T. Elliott/phone  252 or 5 or 3108. 48tf  "Achiel'ttuoanf retaldn' notes sod feth. he'll  prent them."���Barns,  When the hours of day are numbered  And the voices of the night  Wake the bet.er soul that slumbered  To a holy calm deligh  Then the forma ol the departed  Enter at the open door,  The beloved, the true hearted,  Come to visit me once more.  I notice that an illustrated American  weekly has a series running just now,consisting of opinions of eminent people in  response to the queation "Are the dead  alive?" Waiving tbe absurdity of the  question as presented, 1 make bold to aay  that it ia an important and interesting one,  and I would like to think that you agree  with me, in to far aa that opinion goes. If  I were aaked for an answer to tho queation,  my reply would bo an emphatic "Yea." 1  arrive at thia conclusion from the testimony  of auch unimpeachable witnesses as Conan  Doyle, Oliver Lodge, tbe late Russell Wallace and many others, besides some little  experience of my own. In an case, I sub.  mit that the belief is a comforting one.  I pray you in your charity tender me  your sympathy, for 1 am sure bewildered  and undecided. 1 can't for the life of me  make up my mind aa to whether I ahould  become a detective, an electrical engineer,  a nurse or a lawyer, or all of them. You  see I have just indulged in a course of  ad ertisement reading, and in one case an  ear.iest looking young man points an accusing finger at me and all but commands me  to become an engineer. He ia impatient  too, ia thia energetic young fellow, and  insists on me taking the decisive step today.  I had all but decided on acting on the  suggestion, when, turning the page, 1 was  faced with the peremptory order to "be a  detective." I think perhaps it would be  better after all to take up a memory training courae first and ao stabilise my mind  if possible.  1 saw in a paper the other day a statement by Rev. Father Vaughan, S.J., to the  effect that living the gospel did infinitely  more good to the world than giving away  printed copies of it, and the good Father  is right. Of course the idea is not new,  but it was written in the pithy and telling  manner for which Father Vaughan is  famous, and so came with all the force of  jiovelty. Don't you think now, honestly,  that there are too many church and kindred  associations, conventions, conferences, talk,  in short, too much congregational resolution  and leaving it at that, and lc,o little individual action and initiative?    1 do.  E. W. Wilkinson &  Ett.bli.hed 11)93  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 D.it door to Post OffiiV  DeHART AVENUE-Bungalow. 5 rooa  bath room, electric tight and water.   Is]  defeasible   tide,   lot 50  x 190.  $2,400 cash.   A map.  LEON AVENUE- 2-storey house. 6 r  bath, hot and cold water, two big  andahs, lot 50 x 120. Price $3,500.  cash, balance to arrange.  CAWSTON AVENUE-Houaa, 5 roon  A snap for quick sale. Prices bound g  go up in thi. section before long. Pri  1850.  PENDOZI STREET-Cem.nl block ho  9 rooms, on. acre of land. Price $4."  Half caah, balance over fiva yeara.  HARVEY AVENUE-Hoiue. St. re*  lot 50 i 124. Price $1,000 cssir.  . lendid buy.  Listings wanted of Farm tk City propertil  FOR SALE, good driving Mare, Buggy  and Single Harness. $100 take, the  outfit.   F. G. Davis. 46p  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Root.. Plant  now. For price apply Lansdown, Rut.  land. 48tf  FOR SALE, Bungalow, 7 rooms, wide  verandah, lawn and .hade tree., close  in. $1,000 cash, balance arranged. Ow.  ner, box A, Record Office. 46-tp  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, on to my property, one two.  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand  or mark,   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  WANTED TO RENT, Fruit or Dairy  Ranch, close in, by capable and energetic man, with experience. Apply Box  M, Record Office. 47tf  FOR SALE, a few choice Buff Orpington  Breeding Cockerel.    R. Johnstone, Box  1364, or phone 3153. 47-Bp  FOR SALE, McLaughlin Six Special, as  good as new. WiU be sold cheap. Apply S. T. Elliott, Kelowna Garage.   47tf  PART FARE to Montreal for Companion  to an elderly lady, travelling November  6th.   Apply Box L, Record Office. 48-9  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-mode Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lat. with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  Thsitim numitog ok  TAILORING  Campbell's  Bicycle  Shop  Well-equipped workshop for  Cycle and other repair.  Agent for  Massey '<��� Harris  Bicycles  A Dependable  Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies and   Repairs  Electric Wiring and Installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's Bicycle Shop  Pendoxi Street.    Next door to Club  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267.    P.O. Box 351  IT may take a UttU  longer time to hand-  tailor a- garment, bat It  is worth while, and for  perfect Mtli&otlon, we  endorse  MAOe-TO-MBASUBt  CUOTHSS POR  M(N  W. hon.stly beli.v. that  for all-Maion Mrvic aa w.U  aa lor economy In dollar.  and cent*, yon must ord.r  individually-tailored clothe.  ���and w. ofbr yon the vary  Ugfce.t typ. ol Mrvtc. that In  poMibi. from human hand,  and brains. (  Yon will undarstand th.  true meaning of "Tsdlorinf"  wh.n yon ord.r your mat  ante or overcoat beta,  H. F. HICKS  Auction  ;   At the Keller Block  Every Saturday,  Commencing Sat, October 18,  At 2 o'clock  We have listed quite a lot oi  Household Furniture, several good  Hories, Harness and Wagons, and  also a (irst-class Jersey Cow, due  October 23rd.  List with u. as early as possible any.  thing you wisn to sell.  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctioneers  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116' Night Phone 3502  J.  GRANT  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY (or your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  Cull Apples wonted for Evaporating  Highest Cash Prices paid for all Cull*  and Sound Windfalls. The apples can be  delivered in sacks or boxes which will be  returned without delay. For particulars  phone 131 or write  Orchard City Evaporating Co., Cawston Ave.


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