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 KdoUnm  VOL V.  NO. II.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. FEB. 6, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting of School  Trustees  Government Grant for  New  School Increased to $45,000  The Board of School Trustees  mat Friday afternoon last, Trustees  Lawson, Trench, McKenzie and  Knowles attending.  The minutea of the last meeting  and the correspondence were first  dealt with, the latter including a  letter from the architect of the new  school outlining a change of plan  whereby the building was raised  to accommodate it to the level of  tha sewer which wa. to be metalled along the street. By resolution  of the tru.tee. this change was  agreed to.  Trustee Lawaon made the pleasing statement that Mayor Jones,  Mr. J. A. Bigger and himself, had  juat had an interview with the government at Victoria and had been  successful in getting an additional  $10,000 grant toward, the new  school building. Thia brought the  total government grant in aid of  the project up to $45,000.  An important item of business  waa tha appointing of a new secretary to replace Mr. G. H. Dunn,  ths city clerk, who had retired  owing to pressure of other business. A committee had been  appointed at the last meeting to  make a selection, and the name of  Mr. N. D. McTavi.h was recommended and the appointment was  confirmed at a salary of $25 per  month.  A resolution wa. alee passed  confirming tha action of the chairman in granting the sum of $100  to Mr. L V. Rogers, principal of  the high achoal, being extra .alary  for taking charge of Miss McNaughton'. room during January.  The following accounts were  passed for payment:���.,,., ... '  G. H. Dunn, salary for Jan. 1913  Kelowna Courier advt. -  Burne k Temple, consultation lee.  ft. H. Parlciaaon, levelling and tur  raying   ....  10 40  980  2.50  23 00  Short Session of  Gty Council  The meeting ef tha eity council  held Friday morning last was brief  only four members being present:  Acting-Mayor Taylor, and Alderman Calder, Copeland and Cosens.  Owing to tha absence of the Building Inspector, Mr. J. A. Bigger,  building permits ware granted by  a vote of the council to Dr Nelson  Shepherd for an addition to his  promi.es, and to Mr. A. Forsyth  far a small dwelling on Glenn ave.  Several parsons were granted  rebates ol scavenging fees due to  the non-attendance of that official.  Temporary Loan By-Law No.  127 was reconsidered and finally  passed.  The meeting adjourned until the  following Friday.  C.N.R. May Build Lin* on  Weat Side of Laka  " Information given out by a prominent eititen of Vernon, one who  is understood to be in a position  to have tha knowledge, haa it that  it is the purpose of the Canadian  Northern to build a line down the  west side of the lake to Summer-  land. They are now preparing to  enter Kelowna, and the idea seems  to be to connect with Westbank  bv train barge, continuing down  along the lake side by rail. Some  time ago a party of surveyors were  taking measurements about the  lake shore near the post office and  it ia understood that thev were  C.N.R. men."-Summerland Review  The Rev. D. J. Welsh will open  discussion next Sunday at the  Brotherhood with an address on  " Wealth and Poverty."  IN POUND  Eleven horses, one black, one cream,  one bucltekin and the rest bays.   Good  stock.   Hair te long to discern brand.  Gal. lUekweod,  Peundkeeper.  Growth of Local  Customs Office  We have been handed some  very interesting figures this week  connected with the local Customs  Office, which completed in Dec.  ember last twelve months of business, during which time some remarkable strides have been made  in the volume of business done,  The office was firat opened on  December 22nd, 1911, with Mr. J.  L. Doyle appointed as sub-collector. On July 1st 1912 Mr. Doyle  resigned a task which was becoming too heavy for his years, and  Mr. A. E, Boyer, the present collector, was appointed.  As an indication of the great  difference in the business done in  the first month or two and the" amount which now passes through the  office, it might be mentioned that  the returns for the first complete  month, January. 1912 were $896.90.  The business done in the month  just passed, January 1913, was  $4,465.32. In part of course this  great increase is accounted for by  the fact that in April last Kelowna  outpost was given the collecting  stations of Penticton and Summer-  land for mail matter, which had  formerly been handled at Vernon.  The growing local businrss however has added most of the increase. Imports into Kelowna in  carload, and otherwise have grown  amazingly during the past twelve  months, and a large porlion of this  ia dutiable merchandise.  Prize for Best Crop  of Tobacco  Tobacco Co. Invite Growers to  Take up Industry  The British North American Tobacco Co. have a notice to farmers  in this issue offering to give fullest  information to all having suitable  lands and who would like to experiment with the growing of tobacco. Recollections of last year's  magnificent crop, both in quantity  and quality, will no doubt encourage many to embark upon thi.  form of agriculture for which it has  been demonstrated over and over  again the soil and climate of the  district are admirably suited.  With the splendid new factory  building which is now almost completed, and, indeed, partially occupied, the company will be able  to handle in the future an enormously increased output, and the  next year or two will in all probability see tobacco become one of  the staple crops of the district.  In order to further encour.. e  growers to take the matter up the  company are offering a prize of  $100 in gold for the best acre of  tobacco grown in the valley. Prominent authorities on the cultivation of tha tobacco plant are to be  secured as judges and the competition ia to be open to all.  Skating Carnival  The fancy dress carnival organized by Mr. J, Levitt at the skating  rink last Thursday was one of the  most successful events of its kind  which have yet been held. There  was a large crowd of skaters present, and (he competitors for the  various costume prizes were unusually numerous. The Kelowna  Band was present and enlivened  the proceedings wjth selections of  music.  The Judges of the costumes were  Mrs. D. W. Sutherland and Dr.  Keller, the prizes beiug awarded  as follows:  Ladies Costume, Ist, Miss J.  Turner; 2nd, Miss Lena Wilson.  Gent's Costume, Ist Frsnk Bird ;  2nd, M. Wilsbn.  Girl's Costume, I.t, True Davidson ; 2nd, Ksthleen McKenzie.  Boy's Costume, Ist Henry Crowley | 2nd, R. Keller.  Best Couple, Miss Watt and Mr.  McDonald.  Comic Costume, J. Copeland.  Sack Race, Mr. Carlisle.  I mile Race, J. Patterson.  Dominion Estimates  for the Year  Kelowna Gets $20,000 for Post  Office Sits  The main estimates for the year  1913-M were laid on the lable at  the opening of the Dominion  House by Hon. W. T. White Monday. The total under the consolidated fund is $125,850,338.28, and  under capital expenditure $53,301  845, making a total of $179,152,-  183, as compared with a total of  $169,226,667 in 1912-13.  The increase is nearly ten millions. The vote for the naval  proposals for the Borden government is not included, and will be  brought down in supplementary  estimates after the naval bill lias  been passed. The main estimates  include over a million and a half  more than last year for militia and  defence, $1,346,000 more for public works, $3,000,000 increase for  railroads and canals, and $727,000  more for subsidies to the provinces.  Amongst the voted sums under  the heading of public buildings is  an item of $20,000 for Kelownn,  which is presumably for the purchase of a site for the much-needed new post-office ; Penticton also  gets $15,000. and Vemon $5,000.  The largest items of expenditure  are $19,000,000 lor the national  transcontinental railway, $4,500,-  000 for the Hudson's Bay railway,  $3,000,000 for the Quebec bridge,  $2,000,000 for the Wetland ship  canal, $7,000,000 for the Intercolonial, $2,000,000 for the deparl-  niental buildings at Ottawa, $750,-  000 for new Dominion buildings  at Toronto, $1,000,000 for Dominion Government buildings in Lon  don, England, $2,000,000 for Port  Arthur and Foil William harbors,  $1,000,000 for Quebec harbor, and  $500,000 each for Vancouver and  Victoria harbors.  The naval vote includes $1,000,-  000 for the naval college and the  up-keep of the docks at Esquimalt  and Halifax. This is a decrease  as compared   with   last   year   of  $666,000. $250,000 is provided  for a new ice-breaker on the St.  Lawrence. The Intercolonial vote  is $13,000,000, as compared with  $10,000,000 lasl year. The fisheries votes include a sum of $145,-  000 for a fisheries patrol steamer  on Lake Winnipeg,  The vote for experimental farms  is $250,000, an increase of $70,000.  A pension of $525 is provided for  Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, widow  of Major Fitzgerald, who lost his  life on the Dawson-McPherson  trail. The total militia vote is  $10,479,065, of which $1,730,000  is for annual drill, the aame as last  year. The big increase is for  engineering service and works, for  which the vole is $250,000 greater  than last year. The general vote  for the construction of armories is  increased by $150,000. There is  a further vote of $500,000 for the  French River harbor improvements  and $63,000 for the construction  of approaches to St. Andrew's  locks and damming the Red River.  Ducheat of Cannaught'a  Illness  A bulletin issued from Government House states that the Duke  and Duchess of Connaught hnve  decided that it will be necessary  for them to go to England in the  spring in order that the duchess  may secure further medical advice.  It is learned that there is practically no hope of Their Royal  Highnesses the Duke and Duchess  of Connaught returning to Canada  from England next summer.to  complete the two-year term of  office for which Hia Royal Highness was appointed. The illness  of the duchess, it is said, will  necessitatea serious surgical operation in England, and it is doubtful  if ahe will be well enough for  months to c"6nie to again take am  part in public functions. Under  the circumstances it is expeclet'  that a new governor-general wil1  have to be appointed.  Record Booking for  Variety Entertainment  The aecond variety concert held  last Tuesday evening by the Musical & Dramatic Society, was even  more successful than the first in  point of attendance, and indeed  established a new record for the  Opera House, practically every  available seat being booked in  advance. The evening's program  had been prepared with a view to  showing as much diversity of talent as possible, and generally  speaking the fare provided was  well appreciated. Almost every  performer received an encore,  which strung out the concert to  very great length ; in fact the practice, as has probably been said  before, threatens to become a great  nuisance.  The orchestra, under the skilled  leadership of Mr. N. Bornholdt  were at their best, and won hearly  applause for their selections which  interspersed the   programme.  Solos were well sung by Mr.' S.  Hodkinson, Miss Mawhinnie and  Mrs. Bowser. Bobbie Reid appeared in the character of Albert  Chevalier and sang several coster  songs. Mrs. Edgelow was plainly  regarded as the star attraction and  her appearance was enthusiastically hailed by the audience with  whistles and "remarks." She accompanied her own songs which  were encored several times over.  Mr. A. E. Monseigny gave a  Scotch fantasia on the flute, which  showed some skilful manipulation  of that difficult instrument. An7  othet interesting item was a character recital by Mr. J. Stewer, or  so his name appears on the programme. He was attired as a  " varrmurr" and related his humorous experiences in the west  country dialect, the very faithful  rendering of which would be  appreciated only by a few of the  audience who are familiar with  the real thing.  The main item of the evening  was reserved to the last. This was  B one-act play written by the actors  themselves, Messrs. Edgelow and  Leslie. It was based upon the  shady real estate transactions of  the ill-naaorted partners in the real  estate firm of Schultz & Mosenstein.  Schultz (Mr. Herbert Leslie) was a  Yankee sharper and Isaac Mosenstein (Mr. Thos. Edgelow), a Jew  of gigantic proportions but diminutive morals. In the midst of their  quarrelling over the commission  on a sale of land, an English  " sucker " (the Hon. Monty Chol-  mondelly) appears and they vie  with each other to do him Up.  This Mr. " Chumley'" (Mr. A. H.  Lister) is reputed to have unlimited  wealth, but turns out to be slick..  than the partners thought and gets  sway with considerable ready caah,  the firm's automobile, and the  stenographer into the bargain.  This latter character, Miss Smith  (late of the Gaiety Theatre, London)  was represented by Mrs. Edgelow.  The acting was undoubtedly  clever in parts and the play, although it could be much improved  by a liberal application of the  manager's blue pencil, was " not  half bad."  It was some time after the hour  of midnight when the audience  filed out into the frosty, air of the  street.  Rutland News  Okanagan Centre  and Woods Lake  (From our own correspondent)  Mr. M.P. Williams, of Hanthrope  Ranch Woods Lake, was in attendance at the recent annual convention of the Farmers' Institutes  n Victoria as a delegate from the  Okanagan Centre and Disirict  Fsrmers' Institute.  It is with pleasure that we learn  of the announcement of the engagement of Misa Jessie, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. D. George Ross,  Hazelton Avenue, Toronto, Ont.,  to Mr. James Goldie, who some  two months ago left for the east.  The marriage is to take place on  the 20th, inst. Mr. Goldie is the  very popular manager of th i Rainbow Ranch, and it will b < with  great pleasure that his many  Iriends will read of his impending  marriage.  (From our own correspondent)  Misses Smith and Reynolds had  an exciting experience with a runaway on Monday. The horse mistaking the wire fence for the open  gateway, turned the cutter over,  and gently dumped the ladies into  the cold, cold snow. They, however, were not damaged in the  least, but the cutter scheduled for  alterations and repairs.  Mr. Whitehead has sold his orchard and picturesque bungalo, and  intends removing to Delaware  State, U.S.A. He is giving up possession by March Ist.  Several cutter loads of skaters  from Rutland have been taking in  the carnivals in town, but ne'er a  prize comes 'ur way.  F. Bouvette has rented the cottage on Elmer Woolsey's property  and he and his will be pleased to  welcome their Rutland friends.  Rutland was provided with an  unusual excitement last Friday  morning just before noon when  Mr. Chas. H. Leathley's house was  burnt to the ground. The cause  of the fire is unknown but it apparently started in one of the bedrooms and was discovered by Mrs,  Leathley from the cracking sound  which made itself heard below  Mr. Leathley was over at a neighbours at the time and was hastily  summoned, several people who  had seen the smoke issuing from  the bedroom windows hurrying to  the scene at the same time. It was  soon apparent that the fire had  got too strong a hold of the house  to hope to save it, and all efforts  were at once directed to getting  out the contents of the lower  rooms. Thanks to the many help  ers most of the furniture was  rescued from the lower rooms, but  the contents of the bedrooms had  to be abandoned to their fate, and  in less than half nn hour the whole  house was reduced to a heap of  smouldering ashes.  The house itself was partly covered by insurance, though consid.  erable loss was sustained in the  bedding, furniture and clothing  which was destroyed. Without th  splendid assistance of neighbours  who flocked in from all sides the  loss would have been very much  greater. Indeed, the one compensating feature of the unfortunate  affair was the generous help which  was given without stint. Fortunately Mr. Amyot's house on the  next lot happened to be vacant  and with the assistance of Mr.  Dalgleish's team the rescued furniture was taken there and temporary quarters established.  After the affair was over, with  that impulsive generosity which  characterizes a country community  generally and Rutland in particular  these sympathetic neighbours  " passed round the hat" and a  goodly sum was raised to help  towards restoring the lost home.  The work of rebuilding is being  commenced at once.  Black Mountain School  Honor Roll  The following are the names of  pupils who have gained percentages worthy of mention during the  month of December 1912 for Conduct, Regularity and Punctuality  and Studies in the order named:  Division I.  Dora Pease  Mildred Ford I  Consuelo Woolsev \  Blanche Ford  Earla McDonald  Lillian Sproul  Merriam Woolsey  Rita Maxwell  Margery Lansdown  Amy Fleming  95 100 73  95 100 70  95 100 70  94 100 70  90 100 71  90  99 71  90   95 74  88   93 75  90   90 74  88   90 74  Divii  Verna Ford       j  Mona Woolsey I  Elva Fleming  Netta Monford I  Hazel Beselte   I  Jean McDonald  Elsie Brown  Leslie Richards  Melville Lenlhley  Wm. Lansdown I  Robert Brown    I  Mary Pease  Bert Dalgleish  .11.  80 95 88  78 100 79  74 90 87  73 90 79  75 95 72  74 90 76  73 95 73  78 75 86  76 86 77  80 88 64  70 95 66  75 75 80  70 85 71  Items from Ellison  (From our own correspondent)  On Friday night the Literary  and Social Society had the pleasure  of hearing some of the younger  members of the sociely debate on  Should Homework be Abolished ? " Violet Laing and Master H.  Long taking the affirmative and  Masters Stanley Silke and W.  Hereron','the.,negative. A warm  discussion ensued, some of the  speakers causing' much hilarity by  the originality of their remarks and  ideas. The debate resulted in ���  draw, the judges being unable to  decide for either side. There was  also a debate on "Is Travelling  More Instructive Than Reading ) "  's�� "ffimal>ve being taken by  Messrs. C. G. Whitaker and J.  Conroy and the negative by the  Misses K. Carney and M. Conroy.  Both sides sooke well the result  being a win forjhe supporters of  reading.  On Friday evening, January 30,  those who gathered in the Ellison  schoolhouse were treated to an  entertainment of no mean order,  and it would be safe to say that no  bettei entertainment haa yet been  given in this schoolhouse. The  Okanagan Centre Pierrots are composed of the following people all  residents of that district: Mr. and  Mra. Pixton, Mr. and Mrs. Gray,  Rev. and Mrs. Robertson, Miss  Purvis, and Messrs. Ingles, Evan.  Lambert and Lovedey. The  troupe gave a clean, humorous  and captivating selection of songs  and recitations which were listened to by a large and appreciative  audience. The programme was as  follows:���  Opening Chorus Troup  Duet  " Put on the Colden Sword "  Mr. and Mra. Gray  SoI�� " Mary of Argyle "  s-Li Mr. bgler           Sol�� " The Sea Serpent "  Rev. Robertson  Tn�� ���������������" A Little Piece otCheeee"  Rev. Robertson, Mr. Ingles, Mr. Evane  Recitation " lhe One-Legged Goose "  Mrs. Robertson  Duet '��� The Other One "  Mra. Pixton, Mr. Inglea  Cboru ������ Ring, OI1 Her Fingera"    Troupe .   '     '  Sol�� "Up ShoCoee"  Mr. Pixton  Duet.." In the Evening by the Moonlight "  Mr. and Mra. Gray  Solo  " Garden of Dreams "  Mr. Ingles  Recitation " The Doctor's Fee "  Mra. Robertson  Chorus." When a Little Farm We Keep "  Troupe  Solo " Sunshine and Rein "  Mra. Pixton  Duet...." I've Been Looking for . Girl Ul��  Misa Purvis, Mr, Lambert   \\ ou "  Solo and Chorua "The Legend of the  Mr. Inglea and Troupe   [Ceatle Spectre "  The entertainers were dressed  in the regulation .pierrot costume  and went by the fictitious names  of Mesdames Stella Twinkle, 1.1k.  hard, Hoggenheimer, Mademoiselle Dudelsach, and Monsieur.  Uppinjee, C. Alliope, D. Flat, J. R.  Umpel, B. Natural, A. Sharp, and  Prof. Namakees, accompanist.  Special mention must be made of  the solos rendered bv Mr. Ingles  who is the fortunate owner of a  remarkably fine tener voice. The  selections by Mr. and Mrs. T. A.  Gray were greatly appreciated,  being accompanied by a mandol n  played by Mr. Gray. As an encore  after one of their selections they  gave a Norwegian song of which  the words were unintelligible to  the hearers but well received.  The recitations by Mrs. Robertson were very good and much  enjoyed. Mention, too, must be  made of the duet by Miss Purvis  and Mr. Lambert, the role being  acted to perfection.  Mr. Pixton as leader of the band  of pierrota was inimitable in his  droll way of putting thing, and  kept the audience highly amused  by his witticisms and oaf-like performances.  The " Legend of the Castle Spr c-  tre " was splendidly portrayed, a  truly ghost-like effect being maintained throughout.  The whole entertainment was a  good clean show, and those who  were present expres-ed their appreciation in a very unstinted war.  The proceeds are in aid of the  Presbyterian and Anglican churches at Okanagan Centre. The Orchard Gittj Record  Thuradatj, February 6  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published every Thursday at the Office,  Kelowna, B.C.  /���). /Y LE.4THLEY. Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1 50 per annum.  To United Slates $2.00 per annum.  Advertising  ales upon application.  Short Courses in  Fruit Growing  The series of shoit course, in  " Fruit Growing" promised some  lime ago by tbe Department ol  Agriculture through its horticult-  uial branch are to take place this  month at various Farmer's Institute centre, in the Kelowna district. A glance at the subjoined  list ol subjects shows that the  course is modelled on thoroughly  up-to-date line., nnd cannot bul  be a benefit to all who arc engaged in the indu.try.  The date, with place, of meeting are a. follow. :--  BENVOULIN (School House),  Monday and Tuesday, February  17th and 18th, commencing at  7.30 p.m.  K.LO. BENCHES (K.L.O. Bunk  House), Monday and Tuesday,  February I 7th and 18th, commencing at 7.30 p.m.  OKANAGAN MISSION (School  House), Monday and Tuesday,  February 1 7th and I Stli, commencing at 7.30 p.m.  ELLISON, (School House) Wednesday, February I9ih, commencing at 2 p.m.  GLENMORE, Wednesday, February 19th, commencing al 2 p.m.  RUTLAND (School House) on  Wednesday and Thursday, February 19th nnd 20th, commencing  at 2 p.m.  Though a detailed programme  of the lectures is not yet to hand.  It is announced that Mr. II. S.  Middleton will lecture on the "Care  and Management ol Young Orchards," Mr. W. H. Robertson on  " Propagation ol Small Fruits," Mr.  P. E, French on "Potato and Onion  Culture," Mr. W. H. Biittain on  " Insect and Fungous Diseases,  Mr. H. Thornber on "Pruning"  (oractical domonstration), Mr. B.  Hoy on " Commercial Fertilizers,"  Mr. Edwin Smith on " ImpVoved  Shipping Qualities of Fruit," and  Mr. J. Forsyth Smith on " Prairie  Markets."  The evening lectures are to be  illustrated.  Missing Link in Crow's  Nest Branch  Kelowna Public School  Report for Month Ending  January 31 st  Attendance  No. on roll    Average  Div. 1 26 24.77  Div. II 43 40.40  Div. Ill 30 29.27  Div. IV 37 33.25  Div. V 31 28.47  Div. VI 38 35.55  Div. VII 40 43.60  Div. VIII. 47 42.10  Total 292 268.41  Honor Hull  Entrance Class���Lottie Lloyd-Jones  Dorothy Evans and Clifford Buck  (equal).  Sr. IV. (A.)���Nettie Harvey, France. Buckland.  (B.)���Edna Clarke, George Curts,  Clair McPhee.  Jr.  IV.���Blossom   Buck,   Norman  DeHart, Geo. Reith.  Sr.   III.���Terence  Crowley,   Alma  Wilson,   Almeda   Oakes,    Ray  Elliott.  Jr.   III.���Charles   Stewart,   Emma  Millie,   Dorothea   Buck,   Lloyd  Day.  Sr. II. (A.) -Bessie Duggan,  Isabel  Copeland, Jack Davy.  (B.) ��� Helen   Robison,   Leonard  Gaddes, Nellie Whitehead.  Jr. II.��� Bessie Hnug, Mary Ritchie,  Margaret Sanders.  Sr. I���Gladys Hall. Mollie   Miller,  Willie Birtch, Stanley Whitehead  Jr.   I. ��� Donald    Balsillie,    Henry  Whitter, George Ryder,   Robert  Ryder.  Primary  Sr. II.   Primer.��� George  Clement,  Agnes McMaster, Willie Sanders  Martha Burnside.  Class A.���Denis  Core,  Stanley  Duggan.  Class   B.   -Edward   Pettigrew,  Cicely Tutt.  Sr. 1.  Primer,   Class  A.- -Kenneth  McKinley, Mildred Cameron.  Class B.-Ralph Ball, Earl   Wilson, Howard Leathley,Hugh McKenzie, Alice Byrns.  Jr. I. Primer.���Geo, Newlon, Jessie  Paisley, Everett Wilson, Carl  Burnette. ������� Lv.2?*:.  I. Primer, Class C��� Myrtle Morgan  Thelma Dillon, Muriel Dillon,  Bertie Adams.  The following resolution bearing  upon the application of the C.P.R.  tor extension of time on the Koot-  unay Landing-Proctor portion ol  the Crow's Nest Branch, was passed at a recent meeting o( the executive of the Penticton Board ol  Trade.  Whereas the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company, in 1893, ob-  tained a chailer to build their  Crow's Nest Branch Line to Nelson  and subsequently obtained various  amendments and extensions ol  time; and whereas, some fifty miles  of this line, or thereabouts, is still  unbuilt, namely from Kootenay  Landing to Proctor; and whereas,  the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, in 1909, obtained a further  three year's extension of time in  in which to complete this line,  which time is now up, and no attempt ha. been made to start on  thia work; and whereas, on the  cninplelion of the Kettle Vallev  Railway in 1914, this fiflv miles  will be the only break in the Cnn-  ndian Pacific Railway Company's  Southern B.C. main line between  I lope and Dunmoie junction,  thereby causing great inconvenience to the travelling public, and  delay in fruit shipments from  Southern B.C. to the prairie province' ; and whereas, the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company are now  applying for a further extension of  five years time in which to complete this fifty miles.  Therefore be it resolved, lhat  we, th* Penticton Board of Trade,  nre atrenuously opposed to any  further extension of time being  prantnd, and that we urge upon  lhe Dominion and Provincial Governments the necessity for the immediate construction of this line.  Monster Preibyterian  Convention  The Presbyterian Church in Canada i. planning a general assembly  during the present year which will  out-do anything in the religious  history of the continent.  Each year the church has held  its general assembly at which theie  have been gathered ubout I 5 per  cent of the ministers of the country and a few laymen. Thia year  it is proposed to bring together, in  the city of Toronto, every principal  and minister in Canada, from the  Atlantic to the Pacific. Every  Presbytery, from Nova Scotia to  Britiah Columbia, will be transported in Its entirety to Toronto, and  the members will meet in that city.  The ministers of every city church  and of every rural chutch, and  every home missionary in the service of the denomination, will  make the journey.  In addition the wife of every  minister in Canada will accompany  her husband to Toronto.  The transportation co.t "ill  amount to $100,000. The plan  is thnt this sum sliould be contributed by small groups of the principal business men who in recent  yeara have become very wmltliy  from the great prosperity of the  country.  Death of Doctor Nesbit  Arter four day. of discussion,  the 1 louse of Lords rejected the  Home Rule Bill by 326 to 69.  The British Suffragettes have adopted the ingenious scheme for  advertising their cause of stamping  " Votes for Women" on eggs. The  first lot of 12,000 were sold very  quickly.  Dr. Beatlie Nesbit died at 3.30  on Friday afternoon, after an illness of several months.  Dr. Nesbit'was for many years  active in policital circles in Toronto and spent several sessions in  the Legislature, retiring finally to  become -egiatrar of east Toronto.  He waa connected with a number  of industrial corporations and was  one of the organizers and first  preaident of the Farmers' Bank.  Charges ef theft and forgery  arising out of the failure of the  Farmers' Bank were laid against  him about two yeara ago and he  fled from the country. Something  less than one year ago he waa  arrested in Chicago and brought  back lo Toronto to stand a trial  After the preliminary hearing he  wa. allowed out on heavy bail.  The trial had been fixed for last  week, but could not lake place on  account of the illness of the accused.  RUSIE'S TERRIFIC SPEED.  H>s   Thunderbolt   Delivery   Terrorized  the Batters.  A veteran ball player who has batted against nearly all of tbe noted  pitchers lu the last twenty yeara nam  nl Amos ltuHle as tbe nnlversal stauu-  urd of speed In stiootlug tbe ball across  llie'rubber.  "There have been many fast pltjb-  crs lu baseball, and all of them ln their  lime wheu tney cut loose tor (air bar.  iinillud tbe best of bitters wltb tbelr  "peed, but you will notice that when  lust pitchers are spokea of tbe oue  remark Is nlwuys made, 'Has be tb.  speed that Amos Rusk- had?' Aad,  1 think, it will be that way forever  As long us great name. ar. rememtmr  ed or baseb.ll Is th. nation', gams  Rusl. will remain tb. champlou .p*ed  merchuut. tb* OB. pitcher who could  send la th. ball faster than say oue  due that ever bead. Whu you ear  'fast a. Buds' ye. (ea't mean It.  either: you only (risk W ahow that  your favorite pitcher la a vary speed.,  boy.  "Wont, tall nallj to daaerlb. the  ipwd with which atari* Met the bar..  Be na. . maa ot great width, great  strength aad the ability te pat every  ounce of his weight ist. the pitch.  Coupled with thle b. had a set of das  sllug curves which were suaufactared  with tb. wm. effort required to pro  duce the speed. Sou. mea can throw  a straight ball with great forco, bin  luivo to Blow up In order to develop  curves, but Rusl. drove la a curved  bull wltb all of his tremendous power  "Faring Rusl. to a timid man was  like going Into buttle must be to in.  Inexperienced soldier. The distuncc  was shorter then. Rusle had Hit  whole box to move around ln Instead  of being chained to a slab, and be  simply drove the ball at you with tbe  force of a cannon. I have atuod up  to all th. gnat pltuhcr. of ueurly  twenty yean, I hav. seen Moras ol  them com. and go, and aon. of tbam  Inspired tb* turox la a batsmaB's  bearr that teas pat there by the  mighty Rust*. Tbs bell was Ilk. a  white strnk tearing past yea without  lime to balance yourself, figure the  emirs, of th* ball er tak. aim at It.  The fallow, with the wide enrre might  fool yon Into reaching out and raining  them, but yea weren't reselling out at  IIUKie--you simply swung st a white  streak as It hurled past, snd If you  took a full arm swing th. ball vraa  gone and In tb* catcher*, hand* before  yon had half finished th* swinging  motion  "The -onvlnciog proof of Rusl*". terrible s|ieed was this: If any other  l>II'her hit a mnn th* maa swore,  limped a moment snd went ta Irat  If Rest* hit a man the sua retired  from the gam* and aometlro*. went  to ihe hospital. Te be hit by Rusl*  wss worn, than ts hav. sa ordinary  man smash yon with a leak." ��� M*w  Tirrfc Worm  Good News for Weary  ���Feet!���  On the way are Two Thousand  Dollarg worth of "WALK-OVER"  SHOES. In other words, two thousand dollars worth of Style, Fit and  Finish in shoes, ranging in price  From $6 to $8 per pair  Did that last pair of" Walk-Overa "  wear out?  f course they did.  But what a good time you had  while they were wearing I  In a few days we will have our  shelves well stocked with all styles,  sizes and prices in " WALK-OVER,'  McCREADY and English Shoes for  Men and Women.  Don't fail to call at the earlie.t  opportunity to see what an improvement we have made in  our Shoe Department. We have  more .pace and will shortly  have the finest rang* of shoes  we have ever before  offered.  W�� close our Crockery Sale on February 1st  Don't miss the bargains offered.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  THE PIONEERS OF SATISFACTION  Thon*  21  'PW*��*  u  He Didn'i Know Thus.  The late Rev Ueratlo SUbblna at  San Pranciaco was . Ban of larg*  mind aad noble paver*, bat aon rami I in r with the world *t Intellectual  nnd scholastic Interests than with trivial and timely things. His kauMheW  waa hlr*s*d with a charming daughter  wlm grew up lull and beautiful, commanding tb* admiration of all who saw  her.  One day n visitor aaid to tha fee*  doctor: "Doctor, your daughter grow.  more charming, dny by day. Why,  ���he's a regular Glliaon girl."  "Ah, thank you. th.sk yei." replied  lhe doctor la hia beat meaner. Whaa  the visitor had gone, turning to hia  wife the doctor ssked, "My deer, wh*  are the Otr-son.r"-8.a rrnntVas* Ar  gnhaut.  A Chang* For th* Beta**  Tb* nine-year-old bay at a BaKUMS*  family wbe re compelled hy hkv par  ���ills to praette* dally npee tha plan*  may Mllui clever parfsrSMr, hat he  nas a pretty ahrewd aotlea ��f th*  worth nf aa tntnu-aat. a. wall aa ���  rather nmtur* wit, a* I* evldesvcd hr  a a incident In the hoa*eh��ld a*t hong  sine*  Ills father upnu ntwrslag bout*  from s waeU'a absence heard th. lad  plunging away .1 tb* plan*.  "When did you learn that new piece,  son?" uske.1 the parent.  "It Isn't n new place, dad," answered the boy. "Tbe piano ha. bwa  tunott."��� I .Ipplucott'a.  Gaddes-McTavish  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  si_s>,��i-.rii,^-n-i-,-.- ---��� ���-������������������������������  G. H. L HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Pkatosraphar  Largeat Studios ia th* lattrier  Portraits by appointment  Pcadaji Street,    -   Kelowna  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  She Wen.  lie was a philosopher aad a talksr.  ���be wa. a woman of acUon. They  aiuod together on the bridge and  watched a tug that was hauling a long  line of barge* up tb. river.  "I/iott there, my dear." said be.  "Siieli la life. The tug Is like thc man.  Working und tolling, while tke bargas,  like Hie wninen. lire"���  Ills wife gave him no time to finish  tha sentence. "I know." she said.  "Thc tug does all the blowing and tb.  barges bear all the burden."  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER aa4 CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates Fnraisktd  Residence,    10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONE M  Not So Bad.  "What's tbe worst you can say about  hluiV"  "lie hnsn't an Inmost balr In hi*  lipud."  "Well, that's bad enough."  "Ob, not so bud sb you think. I  menu lie wears a wig."���Birmingham  Age-Hern Id.  A Dining Hint  rietcher nays you should "hold year  fin o down" when you are eating, e��  thut your tonuue will bang perpendicularly In your mnuth. To do this moat  comfortably got down on your hands  nnd knees when you out, explain* Ut*  Clileugn Iternid Herald  There la but one rlrino   tho eternal  aacrlDcii ot self.-Uaorn.il Band.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSAN, Ktltwaa, B.C.  Rs.id.nw Theae : Ne. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  1 am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  L.ake Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and alao Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Cesasee let  Te AU Peru el the Lake  af*a***rr*r��i*+*M*Si**0**>f**>***>^'iii*+l^  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  List*. Ksl.wa* I i.a., 3.N ��.��.  Lams Wssikaak ��.M turn., 4 ��.��.  '    Eatra Sarri*��> �����  W-dneedays It Saturday*  Lstrss Kelsma 11 B.B.  UTssWssthak 11.11 t.m.  TUusBCAM.  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  TaWM Ne. IN  >��*<M*a1sa**<s.<|tSl|0|0M-s**^^  FOR QUICK SALE  $200 cash will handle ens-third un en  Harvey avenue.    Btat Mil on townsite.  $500 cash will handle one'third acre  adjoining above with cottage containing  two bedrooms, parlor, living room, bath  room, pantry and outbuildinga ; electric  light, city water and plumbing. Balance  a* rent or to auit purchaaer.  $2,500 cash will handle large houae on  Glenn avenue, containing reception room,  parlor, dining room, large ltitehei, 6 bed-  rooma with clothes closets, linen closet,  bath room, basement full sixa of house ;  steam heated, electric light, telephone,  plumbing ; chicken house, woodshed, 2-  stall stable, garage with loft over and ona  acre of land in bearing trees. Balance to  suit purchaser.  The furniture of above house will be  for sale after March Ist. Also I galvanized  iron tank, 6-ft. by 7-ft ; 1 I-h.p. Jack Junior gasoline engine ; I model lOMcLaugh-  lin-Buick automobile; ! No. 9 cook stove,  $500 cash will handle }-aere in bearing  fruit trees, small cottage and outbuildinga,  on Glenn avenue. Balance to suit purchaaer.   Apply to  E. NEWBY  GLENN AVENUE.  Thar.. 7*  Then U*  P.O. B.i 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and    Estimates  Furnished  Building of avary description   under-  taken in Town or country.  Nona but the BEST work eloas  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  W. C. AlTKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOf  Plans and Eaiimatet  Flaiehinf wort ��� specialty  Office, I Ne. ., Crowley BUek, Kelev/a  P.O. Be* 311 Thursday, February 6  The Orchard. Gittj Record  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry the best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').   AU kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks.  Valises, at right prices.  i  ) Come and sea eur stock  before  buying  elsewhere  j Now is the time to give your order.  i r\ ���   a  yr\,6painng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  l Dealers in  ���j Farm and Orchard Implements  'endozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  ***  *  \  2ifiao>��SwTU  %love\s:~  \*&en uou Suu uou\ lu\nUu\e  to the sUAe that keeps up-  >~date.     spiders do not Suild  on ou\ juhrnituU^ leeause iM  oub piiees keasonaMe and  oub foods jast.  ou\ juknitube is shonf^ it mil  a lUe-time.  ELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Home, Happy.'  Voluntary Liquidation of      j  People's Trust Co. J  At a meeting of the board of  directors of the People's Trust  Company held in the Vancouver  offices last Thursday, it was decided to go into voluntary liquidation  for the benefit of the shareholders  and creditors and an assignment  was made to the Overseas Securities Co., a joint stock company. It  was announced at the conclusion  of the meeting that the creditors  will have the claims settled dollar  for dollar and that the shareholders  will share almost equally as well.  The People's Trust Company  was organized in 1909 with a  capital of $1,000,000. Three-  quarters of the capital was subscribed and about hvo-tliirds of the  amount subscribed has been paid  up. The head offices of the company are in New Westminster, but  the main business office is in Vancouver. There are other offices in  Kamloops, Penticton and Sapper-  ton, and an agency at London,  England. The company, according  to a statement made by one of the  directors, was not making money  and it was the intention of the  company to close all the offices at  the end of January.  he GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  riPraaartcrlaniknawEnttUh cJiurehe-)  TFLOWERS   LETTUCE  Order, taken for  rOMATO, CABBAGE  BEDDING PLANTS  glisb Rose Trees and Climbers  I Ml ���!*�����* will arriva in tha apring  LMER 4 ROCERSON - Bot 117  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  To Keep Track of  Chinese in Canada  The immigration department is  completing plans to provide an  effective check upon the movement of the Chinese population of  Canada and the influx and exodus  of the Oriental peoples.  For some time the matter has  been under consideration and  officials are still reticent to discuss  what will be done, but it is understood that an attempt will be made  to secure as complete identification  records as possible by the Bertil-  lion system, including two photographs of each Chinaman, full face  and profile, records of age, occupation, financial standing, family  connection, marital relationship,  &c. Records will also be kept of  body marks which may assist in  identification.  The undertaking is one of great  magnitude, for there are, in round  numbers, 50,000 Chinese in Canada. Two photographs of each  will mean 100,000 negatives. The  co-operation of provincial and  municipal authorities will be ask-  ;d. Vancouver leads Canadian  cities in Chinese population, with  6,000 ; Victoria nearly 5,000 ;  Montreal 2,000 ; Toronto 1,800 ;  Winnipeg 1,500 ; Calgary 1,200.  Airship Service to be  Established at the Coast  Airship flights between Vancouver and Victoria will be established  during the summer providing the  plans of one of England's foremost  birdmen materialize. Mr. R. Wick-  ham, an aviator who has gained  distinction throughout Great Britain  and Europe haa returned to Vancouver after looking into the feasibility of inaugurating a passenger  airship service over the Gulf of  Georgia, linking up the two largest  cities of British Columbia.  The plans as outlined by Mr.  Wickham provide for the operation of daily flights between the  terminal city and the capital, carrying passengers who are venturesome enough to brave the dangers  of the air. He will also establish  n .'school of aviation for the.instruction of would-be birdmen in  the art of flying.  The trip will, in all probability,  take about an hour at a speed of  over 80 miles. The fee for the  flight will be fixed at $25.00.  Improved Local  Improvement Legislation  A bill of great importance to  rural and city municipalities operating under the Municipal Clauses  Act was introduced in the provincial house last week and read a  first time on the motion of Hon.  W. J. Bowser. It i. the measure  respecting local improvements in  municipalities. Under this act it  will be possible for municipalities  to undertake and carry out local  improvements, assessing a portion  of the cost of the works on the  property owners benefitted. While  it is true that work? of this nature  may be carried out to a certain  extent under the Municipal Act  it is not deemed a conveniently  workable measure in this respect,  hence the introduction of the present bill. The provisions of this  bill are baaed on the report of the  Royal Commission on Municipal  Affairs.  Steel laying on the Canadian  Northern Peace River line commenced with this month.  H.F.I  I  C  K  S  Look  for  the  Sign  whe  Men's Clothing and  Furnishings  are sold at right pricea consistent with quality  Overcoats  The  balance of   this   stock  must go at snap prices���  $11 and $12.50  Water Street (1st Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  NOW  is the time  to list  Your  Property  ith  witn  G.R  We have the Buyers  KELOWNA & KAMLOOPS  Raymer Block  Manager:  H. G. DEE  'Phone - 231  PRINTING >-  RECORD OFFICE-  SATISFACTION  HELP WANTED  Ten Young Men  AND  Twenty-five Women and Girls  to learn tobacco selecting and sizing.  Opportunity offering splendid remuneration   for   congenial   employment  during winter months.  Apply Mr. SPEEDEN  Raw Leaf Department  British North American Tobacco Company, Ltd.  NEW FACTORY  .  ELUS STREET  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -  $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA. B.C.  T��lapho��i  f~  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  WILSON-HILL UND CO.  NEAR ROYAL HOTEL.  Financial Experts and  Real Estate Brokers.  The Glen Subdivision.   Every lot a bearing orchard.  The most desirable residential property in the city.  Call at our office and have a talk about the price and terms  on thia property.  The sure money-making proposition of 1913.  MANAGERS:  ALLAN WILSON      GEORGE HILL.  fPY  Ask us for  Jhisbook  it is  .free.  IONCRETE watering-troughs and  feeding-floors help to keep your  live-stock healthy.  HORSES and cattle watered (rom a concrete  trough are leii likely to contract disease.  Concrete u sanitary, easily cleaned ��� does not  rot or leak. Once built, a concrete watering-  trough will last forever. Vou need never  waste time "patching it up." Lite all  concrete improvements, ita firat coat ia lu final  coat.  MANY diseases of tioga are directly dm to  feeding from the filtny, unwhnlcaome mud  of the bani-yard. Thia manner of feeding la also  wasteful, because the grain ia trampled into the  ground, in auch a condition that not evens hog will  eat it Concrete feeding-floors, with concrete awill-  trougha are dean, unitary. They keep hogs in  better health and ure feed.  w  ATER1NG-TROUGHS and feeding-floors are only two of Korea of valuable, erery-day  improvementa that may be made of concrete. All are fully described in eur IfO-ptfc,  illustrated book,  "WHAT THE FARMER CAN DO WITH CONCRETE"  Thia book haa shown thouaanda of Canadian farmer, hear to  slightest  obligation to buy cement, or to do anything else for ua.  or post card, and it wil'. be mailed at once.   Address,  sent free to any farmer upon request.  make their farms more profitable.   In asking for it, you do not place yourself under the aligh  i do anything else for ua.   Simply sak for the book, by letter  Be sure���  thnt'this'  label is <  every bag.  Publicity Maaaf *t  Canada Cement Company Limited  SM H.rald BuiUiag, Moatreal  ) F.MEM HER. when tn doaW. that car  - Farmers'Free Information Bureau .��-�����  wilt answer any queettoiur       iwVi  an the use of concrete that  yau deetre to ask.     This  smrvtce if Aa. oj charge. The Orchard City Record  Thursday, February 6  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED,  Nursery Stock  For Sale  Wealthy  Cox's Orange Pippin  Mcintosh Red  Northern Spy  Winesap  Jonathan  Spitzenberg  Wagner  Transcendent Crabs  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  Boussock  Cornice  D'Anjou  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelotona, B.C.  Every variety of the finest  carpenters' tools carried at this  store.    We have long specialized in this kind  of hardware and our reputation (or it is our  best testimonial.    Come in to-day and look around.  K we do not have what you want no harm will be done  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Okanagan Mission Property  Nicely wooded lake shore lots, about one-third of  an acre, situated two miles (rom cily and close to  the new lake shore road.  Price $325, on very easy terms  Apply to owner,  H. B. D. LYSONS, Kelowna,  or to agent,  R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  Telephone   -   I I  Mi. Dalglisl* will be pleased to ahow the property at any time to inquirera.  Also some good Five and Ten-Acre Lois of Fruit  Land at Okanagan Mission  Town and Country  Dr. Shepherd commenced enlargements to the rear of his property on Pendozi street this week.  Miss Scadding, of Salmon Arm  is visiting friends in town this  week.  Mr. II. H. Millie has purchased  lhe four lots on the second block  north on Water street from Mr.  Raymer for $12,000.  The Ladies Hospital Aid will  hold a sewing bee at the home of  Mrs. C. Blackwood on Monday,  February 10th, at 2.30 p.m.  Mr. and Mra. J. Curts and children returned Tuesday from a six-  weeks visit to Mr. Cult's old home  in Ontario.  Miss McNaughton haa ao far recovered from her recent sickness  as to be able to take up her duties  at the High School this week.  Mr. Ceo. F'aser was up from  Penticton yesterday with the party  of curlers who came to try conclusions against Kelowna.  Casorso Bros, have shipped in  this week two cars of two and  three-year-old grain-fed cattle for  beef purposes.  Mr. H. H. McLeay, formerly  with the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., is a visitor in town this week.  Mr. McLeay is now manager of  the Columbia Valley Orchard Co.  The annual meeting of the Country Girls Hospital Aid will be held  at Miss Batchelor's house on Saturday, February 8th, at 3 o'clock.  Please attend.  Miss Anna Knight, who has  been spending the winter at the  coast, returned to town Friday  accompanied by her brother, F.C.  Knight, from Winniprg who is  visiting for a couple of weeks.  Mr. Hendrix, for some time past  foreman plumber for the Morrison-  Thompson Hardware Co., leaves  in a lew days with his family for  California. He is holding a sale  of his household furniture to-morrow (Friday).  Skating has taken a new lease  of life this week, and the ice is  again in first-class tiim. The success of last Thursday's carnival  has tempted Mr. Levitt to put on  another to-night, which although  not on such a scale, yet promises  lots of fun.  The February meeting of the  W.C.T.U. will be held on Tuesday,  February I Ith, at the home of  Mrs. W. Glenn at 3 p.m. The  subject of the educational paper  will be "Woman's Needs in Industry." All women are cordially  welcomed.  Messrs. Moon Bros, at Mathie-  son, who are introducing a promising new industry into the city in  the shape of the Okanagan Spray  Factory, have leased the old  Crowley Co.'s slaughterhouse and  buildings and have already a  considerable part of their plant  ready for action.  Tenders are being called by tha  churchwardens for the purchase  of the three lots comprising the  site nf the old St. Michael,s church  which it is expected will be vacated in a verv short time, the new  edifice on Richter street being  now within measurable distance  of completion. Exactly what will  be done with lhe old church is not  decided, but it is nol included in  the sale of the site.  The secretary of the Board of  Trade reports : The weekly issue  of the "Canada" under date of  January 18th, 1913, contains the  following : " A Kelowna orchardist  (carrying a pail of British Columbia Jonathan Reds) waa the character wilh which Mr. F. E. Oates  won the first prixe at a recent fancy  dress ball at the Chamossaire,  Chesieres, Switzerland." This is  good advertising for Kelowna  though the name " Jonathan Rede "  is a trifle out. Letteis from  Utrecht, Holland and Zurich, Germany, were received a few days  ngo both mentioning the 1912  Kelowna Board of Trade advertisement in the " Canada To-day "  annual.  ;   PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetaon Block, Kelowna   ���   'Phone 206  P.O. Boa, 509  C. Harvsy. B.A., Sc.. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S..  and B.CLS.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phon. 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  F-ahiUlloner Royal ColW  ol  Music, .nd lately  '   "    drink Pyn., Mas. Doc., prj.ni.l ol U>.  Cathedral, MaachmUr, Eng.,  with K.ndriclt  Thermometers  We are headquarters for  correct Thermometer*.  O.ur maximum and minimum at  $2.25  are guaranteed -  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optician  Bernard Ave.     .     Kelowna,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At th* Studio, Trench Block. Kelowna.  Music  of   .tent  description  supplisd.  P.O. o<4*7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Boh lots 'Pboaa ,ts  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  ���Waives Pupils al his Sludio in th. MORRISON  BLOCK lor L...OI.. in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 year.' previ.us eaasrianc.    Will plajr for assess  Addieaa Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.    Phon. o7  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  inga.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony., Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  tAsMcless .1 the Roy.l Colic*, of Onanists. Land.)  Givea lessons In tha above eubiects.  Qualified   by   ���lamination.      Many  PIANOFORTE  ���uecewc*   at  local   examination!   (Trinity  Collage. London)  15  year*' auoaeuful  leashing experience  Studio   -   Raymer Black  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Ann, Mint. Caa. Soc. C. E       Graduate Taronte  Unlveralty  W��t.i work* and S��war��ge Systems, Pumping aad  Uihtfna PUnta, Conerate Con-  ���fraction, arte.  KELOWNA. B.C  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gr��du.lc McCIll IMvenfcr)  Residence :   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Meeeagei  may be  left  at tke  office  of  Moure. Rattenbury Ac William*  Mias FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  teaches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  CHARLES WALL  ERENCH   POLISHER  Furniture Repolished & Renooated  Box 545 - Kelowna, B.C.  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 13S  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona half mile of town, and being  about loo feat above tha lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town. |k* and eurrounding country,  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only ona GLENMORE. Don>miea tho opportunity of aelacting a few acre* of thia daairabla  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ui and wa will  ahow you our aub-diviaion  9   WOODLAWN   ���  Juit four blocka from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Terma e*ay,  monthly pay men tt if ��o deaired.  ' Fire Insurance  Wa represent only the belt board companies,.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  *'^^t,*^es\*f\*m.*r*s**\*^*r\*n**htt^m9,afmmt^m**^^  CO TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you want a  BARGAIN  IN REAL ESTATE  They have the best values in the  Gty and District  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and see us   and   set  eur  prices before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Real Estate snd Innnnse Irakara  Pken. ti KiLOWNA, ��.C.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Art now  completely ���quipped  to supply sll your  lumber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aad coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  oi high-grade quality and In splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES The Orchard Oitq Record  fc  laves of  the Razor  ) That's about what all men  i are unless they wear a full  ; beard, and the best thing  ' to do is to make this bondage as easy as possible by  using razors, strops, brushes,  &c, that  will make  shaving a pleasure.  L  In our stock of  having Supplies  } we have the necessary  \ articles to accomplish this  ( ���razors that will keep  their keen edge, horsehide  strops, lather brushes that  hold their bristles, soaps  that will not irritate the  skin, and a large variety  of lotions, creams, &c.  I IL Wits & Co.  >RUGGISTS .nd STATIONERS  If- Kelowna,     B. C.  '(���HONE 19  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :    B.C.  ^^sS^WsiA^#is��^s<s>^s|^si^^^|ys^^^^^^^^i^i  Mission Creek and  Benvoulin Notes  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  .REGULATIONS  Coal mining righta of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-weat Territorial, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leaaed for a term  of twenty-one yeari at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acrea will  be leaaed to one applicant.  Application for the lease muit be made  by tne applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are aituated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall bo staked out by tha  applicant himaelf.  bach application muit ba accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will ba refunded if  the righta applied for are not available, but  not otnerwiac. A royalty shall bo paid on  lha merchantable output of tha mine at  tha rata of five cents par ton.  Tha person ���Derating tha mine ahall furnish tha Agent with sworn returns accounting lor the full quantity of merchantable  ���oal mined and pay the royalty thereon. 1/  the eoal mining rights are not being operated, auch returns should be furnished at  least once a year,  1 he leeae will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at thc rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication ol this  advertisement will not be paid for.  An  ad. in the "Record''  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker    - -     Kelowna  RATTENBURY & WILLIAMS  \ REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Wi have moved our office to  Up-stairs in the Leckie Block  (From our own correspond.nl)  The annual congregational meet  ing ol the Benvoulin Presbyterian  church was held on Tuesday, Jan  uary 28th. About the usual number was in attendance, the Rev.  J. R. O'Brien, the pastor, in the  chair. This congregation has suffered some hard knocks during the  past year in losing some of its  members by removal and selling  out. The Sunday-school has suffered the loss of several teachers.  The treasurer's report showed the  receipts for 1912 to be $655.35  and expenditure $564.30. The  Sunday-school report showed receipts $154.60 and expenditure  $143.09. After the business part  of the meeting the ladies served  refreshments.  Okanagan School Honor Roll  Jr. I. Primer-Ellen Hardy.  Sr. I. Primer-Ralph Reeves.  Jr. II. Primer-Mary Haynes, Frank  Grummett, Ruth Reid.  Sr. 1. Reader-Norman Haynes,  Leslie Mawhinney, Jake Reid,  Francis Anderson, Maggie Dickson.  Sr. II. Reader-Ernest Rust, Florence Weeks, John Murray, Max  Berrard.  Sr. Ill Reader-Isabel Reid, George  Grummett, Charles Weeks.  Sr. IV. Reader-Jeanne Murray,  Ewart Patterson, Charles Reid.  Beryl Grummett.  Wedding Bells  STIELL-METCALFE  Benvoulin Presbyterian church  was the scene on Saturday last of  an interesting ceremony in th  marriage of Mr. D. G. Stiell and  Miss Maigaret Metcalfe, both of  Benvoulin. The church was very  prettily decorated for the occasion  with flowers and greenery, and the  service was attended by a large  gathering of relatives and friends  of the bride and bridegroom, both  of who,i. are well known and popular in the district. The ceremony  was performed by the Rev. A  Dunn, of Kelowna.  The bride who was attended by  her sister as bridesmaid, was taste  fully attired in white satin with  veil of Spanish lace, with a bou-  auet of orange blossom and white  heather. She was given away by  her brother, Mr. W. Metcalfe, Mr.  R. Hart acted as best man to the  bridegroom.  After the ceremony a reception  was held at the home of the Metcalfe's, the happy couple leaving  later by automobile for Vernon en  route for the coast where the  honeymoon will be spent.  Mr. and Mrs. Stiell will on their  return take up residence in the  handsome little house which has  been built adjoining the Metcalfe  home, and on. the property which  Mr. Steill owns in partnership with  Mr. Metcalfe.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts takerf for Moving Buildings  Kalowna    -    B.C.  J HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   .   $75,000  MONEY TO  LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  ' (From our ow. oerraspaadent)  Mr. P. Atkinson, assisted by Mr.  F. Chaplin, is transforming his old  buildings into a good stable and  shed.  Mrs. and Miss Seeley are the  guests of Mrs. Somerset.  Mr. Batchelor is furnishing his  new house at the camp where a  busy time is being spent.  On Wednesday last Mr. and  Mrs. Ball and Mr. Gammage were  visitors here. They christened a  a new sleigh. The weather has  never been too cold this winter to  make such sport enjoyable.  We are glad to hear that Mr.  Goodacre, who is spending the  winter in Victoria, has considerably improved after his recent  serious illness.  Mr. A. B. Rawkins who was  visiting friends here has returned  to Kaleden. He seems favorably  impressed with our locality and  we hope to have him as a resident  here in the near future.  D. A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger  Ap��r/  Above tke " Record " Offic.  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  Among the local improvements  determined upon by the C.P.R.  for the present year are: a new  steam tug for Okanagan lake,  eight-car barge for Okanagan lake;  eight-car barge for Arrow lake;  fifteen-car barge for Kootenay  ake; deck barge for Kootenay  lake; one steel hull steamer for  Okanagan lake.  The Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Michael snd All Ang��li* Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sundays in lie  month ��tfl��.m.; weond and fourth Sundaya, ofUr  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the firat and third Sundaya.  Morning Piayar at 11   o'clock;   Evening Prayer al  7:30.  St. Andrew-'i, Okanagan Mitwion.  Firat Sunday in month, Huly Communion atfla.m.  Matins and Litany,  II a.m.  Evemong 7;30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evanaong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Radar.  Rev, C. H. MEYRJCK. AaaiaUat Priaat.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kolowiu.  Morning Sarvicaa at 11 a-m,; avaajagaarvlaaaat 7:W  p.m.   Sunday School a* 2:50 p.m.  Waekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at I p.an.  Benvoulin Praabvterian Church.  Afternoon service at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wadneaday at S p.m.  REV. J, W. DAVIDSON. .A., B.D.. Paator.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, ElHce St.  Sabbath Service* at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Wel.h, Paator.  Rich Cut Glass  You can be absolutely certain in buying any of our  Cut Glass that the quality  is good, as jundy Clapper-  ton stands for  Perfection in  Cut Glass  We will   be very   pleased  to   ahow  you   our   atock,  comprising  Vtiei from $4 op  Comforts from $3 up  Water Jugs & Glasses,  Seti from $15 op  See    the    latest   cut���the  Butterfly   and   Daiay   pat-  tern, it ia auperb  W.M.Parker&Co.  The Quality Jewelers  Crowley Bile.   -   Kelowna, B.C.  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open  THURSDAY, FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  WATCH THIS SPACE!  we'll makea Smile  ass^ra  WAS  You'll  1 LEARN  fSOMETHWI  Too.  A FROWN  i   BEFORE  "35*^���  .h  SAY!!  DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM 7  WELL, IF YOV  DON'T. ASK SOMEBODY.  I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS JAND  TELL YOU WHERE TO BUY HARDWARE AND THINGS.  I'LL DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH WEEK. LOTS  OF MY YOUNG FRIENDS ARE GOING TO CUT ME OUT  OF THE PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP  BOOK.    YOU'LL :FIND THIS LOTS OF FUN.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian  Fruit   Lands Co.  We Are Busy  But Not Too Busy  to give you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you and  all your printing  requirement*  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company a nd  Legal Forms  'PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department The Orchard City Record  Thursday, February 6  THE STORE OF PLENTY.  Why Hesitate?  When opportunities such as these  present  themselves  to save you money at no sacrifice of quality.  We want your business, and promise you  Courteous Service,   Reliable  Good*,  and  Lowest Prices.  Our Bargain Window is  an increasing attraction.  It pays to watch it, on account of the economies it offers.  Reduce your Cost of Living,  And  Patronize  THE STORE OFPIJ  'Phone ��� 35  Our Chief Study -Your Satisfaction.  MAIL CONTRACT  SfcALED TENDERS, addraaaad to tha  Poatmaiter General, will b�� racaivad at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, tha 14th  March, 1913, for thc conveyance of Hia  Mn jetty'a Mails, on a proposed contract  for four yeara, threa times per weak each  way, between Kelowna and Okanagan  Minion from the Postmaster General's  pleasure.  Printed noticea containing further inform*  ation aa to conditions, of propoied eon-  tract may be acen and blank tofma of  tender may be obtained at the poat officei  of Kelowna and Oltanagan Minion, and  at the "line of the Poit Office Inspector,  Vancouver, B.C.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD,  Poet Office Ine;  Poet Office Inipeetor'a Officii,  VfinemiTer. B.C.  3 I it January, 1913.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD   AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  1 .udrVs' aaal   Gents'  Rubber   HmU  etl the Best Makes  I POLISH  White, Black and   Tan  Ladies' and Gents' Boots  My Shine Outshines  All Shines  Leave lioots   at   Dave Rarne'a Pae-I  Room, near Po.l Office  CALL FOR BILLY the ShoeShlner  ur leave same with the baibara  Auction Sale  of Heusahold Cooda at the residence of  J. TI-11BAULT. Glenwood Avenue.  Saturday, February 8th  At 1.30 p.m.  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  Stock-Taking Clearance.  All through the month of January as we proceed  taking  of stock  our  many counters  will be stocked  of all  ODDS and ENDS  that must necessarily accumulate after a seasons business  We have not as yet laid these goods on our tables, but, starting  Monday, January 6th,  For the whole month,  you will  find  GOOD SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE  at prices that should appeal to the average person.  You may find such goods as  Ladies', Misses, and Children's Coats, Sweaters,  Odd Lines of Hosiery, Blouses, Skirts,  Knitted  Petticoats,  Boots and Shoes,  Remnants of Dress Goods, of Flannelettes,  Silks, Ribbons, Embroideries, Laces, Veilings,  Curtain Materials, Beltings, Blousings,  Art Serges, Cretonnes, etc., etc.  1 hese goods will not be all put on sale at once, but  every day through stock-taking  you may expect to see something different.  OUR MENS FURNISHINGS  Also will have a genuine clean-up, and, if you need a Shirt, a Hat, an Overcoat,  or anything on these bargain tables, you will surely make a five dollar bill go some.  Of IR    PA1   FWrYARQ for ,913 are no�� PutuP  in suitable  form  \J\JL\   W-\L.J_Ji>L>'.r-\I\.J      fOT  maiiing without imurV) and we  shall be glad if our patrons will call and get one.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones :       Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  BIG REMOVALS  ii   These   Uu) a   of   r.ujfreti   Many  Lnrgo UuildiiLg's nro Moved Bodily  to Other Cities tor Different  IitUSOUS.  A rtuiiuTUibU mari&g tutst ww sw-  sasfuUy uutfltad tbretfb Juat ov��r *  /ear two *>t  Bwdwftt, a lit**  ��w��  J. BadgJsVSS. It Wats tetsaal a��*��Ha��rj  ii wiitasn Itw obaroii, ��n�� to to ttvlt  t fflmut moving Site t&uroh towor.  .Vcw fouiututlcus worn preimToil about  ia tt. i.v.uy. luiii i>uni; tlie Hiuotitttitry  .tuitminl    tor    liu    u-imsiiit    the  ktWar, KtisJa ��UH��M tlOUl JBUI toKT-  ItauiCll  <M��V��W,   "��*  ��MWil��'  Mrt*.  It  ,M_,ii't a "uwii&i Sit" atlUr, tor  it wok ton tout t��n at ��� ����ak to  a.t>. lit Hit &ts��itur; U ft.   Sot wily  j.:.'.   kill' ojJJ.tlimi'4  tt   Uaa  tin   yo����-  U..L/ est *U w��h wu��Uie ta fee  Ml| bat *>.*.' a.,1 ��.�� t-.t *t ii:ili%  v!�� ��e��e.  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SwwflfWiaaPs, v/l^^sr ||N|.T  ���art Wj1*W��n t:i�� CnitMM rii^wn  rW* ��lrt i������r��ifa<��il v��tis<:*i tf W��ll  waa aaail tarns'.awnatf ilria ��**a��ra-  'm ttok khrtgtaii^. '1'l.r war-t �� aor-  "^ ���* *j a Ma-.��i *t aw��at��as��,is�� ar,  wrtwi^.^al enana^ww wa ���Manui.v M  VelWtii Ivtft, mti ^n�� Aftunftr nrfl "�������*,'��  r.eifts and ea tho Croat Latft.  Tin larRCit &,' UlWo ��� inrlr^t1. It  - 'iaid no ii* t'ap larcoit of its kind  n ',1>�� ��e��^d ��� It ra�� h?.Mi��ry ��t  fl.trrinsn l/��!tp, Srtftfjj ��y tlK! Prauer  fRv%r in Rrt'r.n. rrfvluij.h!a. a'h��t  'r.::'r, axftlr.��i\r.y n'.th tiha hatehlBS  rf saJtncn. T:i?ro ore :. ��'ays 1o,00fl,n"(i  f.r'h in tip btlllding ��� 7,fioo,0f>tl  JttJiey�� ralu,cn tssgi tad fry itho t.sli  TTinf Ball]; ueotj fer cann'nj; pur-  ���rrrs), trni S.fl��C'.*n rrr.'nj pnlraen.  Tl'a bii.lrlins renra'M lt.f> h'tehins  trnijiis. w.'h nvrra^.ng flo,.U'f�� fif��b.  ''Urnr STU^bcr an<1 0����bfr the  > tr.-. cv' the fpinae arp expreAsod into  : iwn and th�� fcrtiiiiing "myt" of the  ��� iV (ho>��!!S&^ nrfrtd ��-;t.h them.  ������ :o r.";s ir,, ihon e.-.rried to Uie  hjSWtory and pi.nod In troiigha set  ., tawing waler.  V, hrn fr.-.dy to ho liberaM the fish  ttt ploced In a 5pepiiilly-pon.srructod  , jj.'-aubroorgod bi at. Tint '.t. towod  a a pha.-f.i teat, and *'hiin tn proper  fdjtt'on ii a'iov.od lo ninlt bciotv the  r.T.tpr.  jpiiii mm.  Jt.fl"''*! "j��ijli  R��|i��,-af��t la ^^���rD.  paid tu M M-o CoailtSNfl lu  Haaj CUntei ui Uulntj  L'.Jkj.  F'w^.'o W ptaefAl Ihi'v ttn UiH,up.t-  I j Bbltsneate of nr.(,:i-<, ?*, m niar.y  |,;Kb ��.' tho wond tl I* n "cut" from  .a tn', ;������ -W, net from Ihi Jo :ii. TMe  ir.i.HT rrw dultor ltl�� or,/.r nt  'i^.'itrt Snn'tr--J;ne."  A i��.ni.ar.> pin nty n.nd Hr-iirinhlitp;  il).;i .!. i: i.l,��� w.iu die Iguaua, ih.i  I .. !i uf uii.'h in as wV.io ns that  of o otrlakoil anil Juki as painiahlr,  laau. ii Un' ropUlo's outward appsar*  auce With Iu aialy, b lodkspoudd,  (,,ic:i c;vl, Is moip repulshe Lli,.ii  u.thor crocodile or ali.sutor. To iiki  lnh:,li.U.nu 0/ the li..ii.iinai. aail tile  , .ur Islands in the Wiivl Indies, the  l|tUUDI affords a much valued BOaroa  ut frod. They hunt them donn by  nip.ins of dc:.'ii, their mnnllis mtiultd  In oid,.r lo pnnfiit ihem usiriR thoir  t.rih nml ii.inaR.ag thr ri.plile, llion  tat thi'.n nlive. or kill, shit and barrel  them for home (onsumptlun. 'I'lip  flei.li of the repl-lie is ustij.lly t.erve.1  up hoilod, toiiother with a dish of  olnriflfj iHiinna fat, Into which the  moot Is Aippod as II la oaton. T5ie  eEjrs of the ifiui.ia nlro aw murh  rJhthod, and arc like lions' eggs, In  flavour, bul ��holly filled with yolk,  and do not heconic hnrd ki boiling.  ('rm.odlle flesh Is publicly sold in  the tr.or.t mearkets of Henuaar In  Afriin, and Id binin you see their  carcases rural! up fur sale like sheop's  In the butcher's shop. Both a 111-  yator and croeodlla prks are much  prlteil by certain natlona. Tho second  la considered to be a dainty In Slain,  wtoUe the natives of Madagascar are  particularly fond of the first.  Mllly: "You know, dear, wn'vo been  engaged for two years, ond I ih'nn  It's time we  wore getting married."  Tilly: "Oh, I don't know, dear if  you really love him you'll lot i,ui  ba loving for a little long��r you"  ( WANTED! }  2 Cents per wortf, Hri! insertion and  1 C<mt per word each itibxequent  infsrtion. minimum 23 o.iu.  Honey  Clean,  Pure,  Wholetome,  Cry.talized  Honey  FIR WOOD FOR SALE  Alao CottoDwood.    Delivered    Apply  Bouvette, Box 4-18, ,   43ll  LOST  Mooly heifer, 2 year, ill dark brindle, >���  white, faint brand J A right hip. ti reward  Rated Offiaa or C. H. Uathlay. Rutland.  Good,  Appetising,  Healthful,  Ontario  Honey  Do You Like It?  It is good for you���-  good for everybody;  full of nourishment;  good to heal coldi;  prevents coughing,  and is one of  Nature's Oldest  Foods  W�� hav* a quantity  of thia Honey in Five*  pound tins and vre  would b* glad ta  open a tin for your  inspection  Five-pound tins  $1.25  POSTS FOR SALE  Fir, cedar and tamerac pasta,  (delivered) quotad on application,  Bouvalta a Mau.ar, P.O. Boa <Mt.  Me*  toft  I  DRY WOOD FOR SALE  ��?pk E' A,' T*',1<" ���'   l^nn Har����  ^i..O. Bensh.  7-  The McKenzie Co.  Limited  BALED HAY  Seaeid ar.p, dalivarad aaywhara ia the  ValUy. $24 pet lea. Apply U. Hue,.*,  Kelewaa. til  FOR SALE  Sat ��i sialic driviaf Heraaae hi gaaid  ���eiditieii   else pair ef shape.    Apply  aaore.        7if  emdirleai   else pair ef el  Harold DsHart. MlKenia'e i  WANTED  Four brood Sows.    Give description,  6rice, he., to  M. W. Ruaasll, Clanmsre  sash. 10.2  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoreof hly dry ir, tlSt rial, dslivsr-  ed i   alao ir fsnee peels.    Apply Cather,  ���pVaaa B4. lOtf  FOR SALE  Nice   green   eat straw.   Baled.   Apply  S. T. Elliott. IOiI  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holalein Bull, et Harris.'  Hswksadele Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvia,  Manager. lOif  FOR SALE  Good seoking Applee ; 73c. hex. Apply  H. B. Burtch. Ifltf  FOR SALE  Gentle, good working, general purpose  Horae ; 7-yeer.t Id ; about 1,100 lbs.    T.  Duggan, Kelowna. lOlt  SCOTCH COUPLE  Want work on ranch, wife to cook. Apply  Boa G, Record OS... *.2P  FOR SALE or EXCHANGE  Ton Buff Orpington cockerels (Cook strain)  Ordera takon aow fer .itliaga.   Apply   F.  DeCaquery. 9-2  WANTED  To purehsss, yearling While Leghorn bens  F. DeCaquery. ej.2  WANTED  Ten corde white poplar,   green,  delivered  Bernard Avenue.   Apply R. Storey, Kel.  *.||p  FOR SALE  Cream Separator, good for one to three  eews.   Will  guaranteo  good   roasoas for  sollhg.   Apply P.O. Boa 158. 11-14  PARTNER WANTED  to assist ia developing good payiag business ia Kelewae with  geesT preipests.  Must have some eopha).   Apply Beat V2,  " Record " Osaso. Iltf  TENDERS WANTED  for tke purchase ef the Church ef England lots Nos. 4, 3, 6, Block l��, Psndosi  street. Tenders te bo in by the 13th February. Highest or any tender net necessarily accepted. Fer further psrtiaulara  apply se R. E. Deaieea, Chorek Wordea.  .   Iltf  Notice  All growers ef Tebeeee, or these who  think ihop have suitable leads aad weak)  like lo aip.nai.nl ia thie breach of Agriculture, are invited lo meat eur Mr. Ai W.  BOWSER aad dieeuse lhe eabisct aad  plans propossd fsr ths season of Inl3.  Cell at Manager's Office, now Factory  Building. Ellis Street. Kelowna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prise  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 23  years' experience in the  ��� nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL -  Mangr.  I  I


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