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 ���>  ivcloUma ikcori)  VOL. IX.   NO. 45.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,   SEPT. 27, 1917.-6 PACES  Chatauqua Arranges  Visit to Kelowna  Organization Will Send Party  of Lecturers and Musicians  ��� What is Chatauqua ? Though  thousands of people in many parts  of the United States and Canada  have already learned the significance of this great organization  which furnishes lecturers and mm  ical artists of the firat rank to educate and entertain the public, there  may be many in Kelowna wli  have not heard of it, or at least  only in a vague kind of way. This  deficiency will soon be removed if  a plan outlined by the visiting representative of the organization,  Miss Coleman, who waa in Kelow  na during the early part of the  week is carried out. Miss Coleman is acting ion behalf of the  western branch of Chatauqua at  Calgary, which proposes to include  Kelowna in a circuit tour of this  part of British Columbia.  Briefly the scheme proposed is  that aome time in November there  shall be a three-days' programme  by Chatauqua speakers and artists  with meetings three afternoons and  evenings. The programme, which  will be announced later, will include aome of the foremost talent  of the day-people wbo have; made  a nation-wide reputation for themselves in their several lines. The  series of six sessions will be covered by a seaaon ticket at a low  price.  The Chatauqua movement originated in New York State some  years ago in an endeavor by cooperative effort to bring together  some of the best talent of the day  and to satisfy the public demand  for a higher form of amusement  and instruction than was possible  in any other way. From this the  work has developed until the present method of organizing circuits  in different parts of the States and  Canada haa been evolved. Citiea  auch as Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary  Lethbridge, Kamloops, and others  which have shared in the scheme  are loud and enthusiastic in ita  praise, and it is guaranteed that  Kelowna will have no regrets from  having decided to participate in a  circuit which is at present being  arranged, and which will include  the Okanagan towns.  A local committee which met  Monday afternoon in the council  chamber under the chairmanship  of Mayor Sutherland, after hearing  Misa Coleman and going carefully  into the matter, decided to adopt  the scheme provided a sufficient  number of business men could be  got to sign the guarantee required  of the sal? of a certain number of  the season tickets. As this was  easily accomplished later Kelowna  is on the list for the visit of Chatauqua in the courae of a few  weeks time, and announcement of  the series of programmes will be  made as soon as definite communications are received from headquarters.  Veterinary Association Meets  in Pentcton  The I Oth annual meeting qf the  Veterinary Association of British  Columbia, met in session at Hotel  Incoln, Penticton, on Saturday.  Dr. S. F. Tolmie, head of the  live stock branch for the Dominion  in British Columbia, occupied thc  chair, and outlined in the course  of his opening address the main  objrcte of the association in this as  in other annual meetings.  Instructive papers were 'given  by Mr. Kenny, of Penticton, on  " The Dairy Cow," a paper that  set forth what with industry and  intelligence can lie done with a  well kept herd of high grade stock  cows of the proper breek.  " The Value of the Milk Goat,"  a paper prepared by Norley Tun-  bridgr, a lawyer who is the possessor of a herd of fifteen goats,  drew forth a good deal of discussion.  Speculate Regarding  Future of Hotels  Prohibition wil) Probably Close  One or More:  John Dilworth Dies  at Victoria Hospital  France Honors the Hero of San Gabriele  I Former Kelowna   Man  v       known Pioneer  The dance arranged for Friday  night in the Aquatic pavilion has  been postponed until Wednesday,  October 3rd, when it will be held  in the Morrison Hall.  The Vatican will aend verbal  answers to the Berlin-Vienna peace  notes, according to official cables  received to-day from Rome. The  messages emphasize the bitter disappointment of the Vatican at the  Central Powers' attitude.  The department of trade and  commerce has been advised by  cable that the Australian government has temporarily lifted the  mbargo on Canadian apples in  order to permit the importation of  a limited quantity. Such importa  tions are not to exceed 10.000 barrels.  have met the Ger-  on  the  Riga front  TheRuwiai  man offensive ^^^^^^  with a counter attack to the south  of Pskov, the war offioe has announced. The Russians have occupied enemy positions on the  Silzemi sector and captured sixty  prisoners, with ten machine guns,  also inflicting heavy casualties on  the Germans.  The first call of men under the  Military Service Act is delayed. It  can not well now be issued before  the middle of October, although  every effort will be made to avoid  unnecessary postponement. The  difficulty has arisen in connection  with the board of selection established to choose one member of  each tribunal throughout the Dominion.  Germany has agreed to evacuate  Belgium on certain conditions, it is  declared in a German official statement according to a despatch from  Berne to-day, given out by the  wireless press. Germany, it is  stipulated, must have the light to  develop her economic enterprises  freejy in Belgium, especially in  Antwerp. The proposal was made  in a supplementary note to the  Vatican, replying to the peace proposal of Pope Benedict.  Much speculation lias been going on during the 'veek as to how  the new Prohibition law, which  comes into effect Mo.,<!.iy, will  operate in Kelowna and what will  happen to the three hotels. So far  as conversation with the different  proprietors goes it seems that they  are just as much in dciubt as to  what the future will bring forth as  anyone else. Business has been  very quiet for some time past, and  it seems to be a very doubtful  point as to whether more than one  at any rate of the hotels can be  kept going with the amount of  patronage from the travelling, public which is available just now.  So far as the Palace Hotel is  concerned, Mr. Peabody has definitely signified his intention of  closing the doors on Sunday night  whether Prohibition had passed or  not. Mr. Peabody has for some  time been making preparations to  move back to his old home ir  Nova Scotia, his continued ill  health having made the cares of  the hotel, somewhat of a burden  to him.  The Royal Hotel proprietors  have been somewhat undecided  as to what course to take, but they  will keep open for the present and  "see what happens."  Mrs. Newsosv of the Lakeview,  has definitely decided to carry on,  and to furnish the accommodation  which will still be needed by the  travelling public. She is dependent upon the hotel for her livelihood, and is making preparations  to give the good service and attention which will attract guests.  Well  Penticton Hotel Destroyed  By Fire  The Prohibition question was  solved for the Penticton Hotel  on Monday night when fire broke  out and despite the strenuous efforts of the local fire department  resulted in the destruction of the  entire contents of the building, the  shell of which alone was saved.  The Hotel Penticton was the  oldest in that town, in fact the  original structure was one of the  first buildings to be erected on the  townsite. The hotel was managed  by Mrs. Sarah J. Barnes, a widow  whose husband purchased the property in 1906. Mr. Barnes died in  1911, since which time his widow  has managed the estate. The hotel  property and furnishings were  valued at $35,000 and was insured  for $10,000. Nothing was saved  but a few articles of furniture and  some clothing.   o  A survey of about 1,000 miles  of the British Columbia coast line  is at present under way, and will  require a period of 10 years to  complete. The entire coast from  Victoria to Alaaka is being ex  plored.  French Gas Attack From an Aeroplane  A most emphatic " firat line "  holograph, showing th* French making ��� g��. attack upon the German  trenches ia Flaadara.  News came through thin- week  that Mr. John l)il��vorth, a former  well-known resident o.f Kelowna,  and father of Mr. i_esiVr Dtlivorth,  had died at Victoria. Mr. Dilworth  who had been suffering from acute  stomach trouble, was taken .ibout  two weeks ago to the Royal Jubilee Hospital to undergo an opera.  tion. He rallied, and it was In ughl  was recovering. A relapse came,  .however, and he gradually sank,  expiring abou* I o'clock Sunday  morning. Mr. Dilworth, ol Kelowna, who had been down to  Victoria when his father was first  admitted to the hospital, had returned home again. An urgent  wire Saturday sent him off again  on the boat Sunday but he was too  late to see his fathei alive.  Mr, Dilworth, or Aid. Dilworth  as he was, having been for several  years a member of the council of  the city of Victoria, had an interesting career, and could relate  many thrilling stories of the old  pioneering days of western Canada.  Sixty-seven vejrs of age, Mr.  Dilworth was a native of Leeds,  Quebec, of Irish parentage. The  family moved to Huron County,  Ont., when he was only a child  and he spent his boyhood on a  farm. At eighteen he struck out  for himself and, travelling by way  of Minneapolis, he arrived on the  shores of the Red River and entered the lumbering business just  at the time the first Riel Rebellion  was brewing.  In 1669 the rebels established  themselves at Fort Garry an d refused to surrender the authority  j'.ihe.y had assumed. At this point  Col. Dennis, chief of the government staff ot surveyors was vested  with power to raise and equip a  a force to fight Riel's forces, and  Mr. Dilworth, his adventurous spirit  roused, joined the little army and  helped in the protection of some  government supplies. He was  among those taken prisoner at  Fort Garry. After a mock trial he,  with a number of others, was condemned to death and the sentence  would in all probability have been  carried out had it not been for the  coming of tegular troops under  Lord Wolseley. Fearing contact  with a force superior to their own,  Riel and his followers abandoned  the fort and sought refuge in the  United States, the political pi isoi -  ers being later released.  Shortly after he had settled down  again, following the close of hostilities, Mr. Dilworth married Elizabeth Mawhinney, daughter of a  pioneer family, also of Irish extraction. Until 1909 the home was at  High Bluff, not far from Porte ge la  Prairie. Owning and operating  his own elevator, Mr. Dilworth developed an extensive grain business before the call of the fai thest  west lured him on to the Pacific  Coast.  In 1900 Mr.Dilworth determined  to leave Manitoba and locate in  this province. He went into cattle  ranching near Kelowna, part of  the estate being now farmed by  his son Leslie. He stayed here  for nine years, and in 1909 maved  to Victoria, where he has since  resided. He was judge of the  district assessment court until two  years ago, journeying periodically  from Victoria to the Okanagan  in connection with this work.  Mr. Dilworth was a strong Conservative, and always took a prominent part in political affairs in the  province. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the representation of Victoria City at the last  provincial election.  He was a Mason and also an  Oiangeman and a member of the  Independent Order of Foresters.  He is survived by his widow,  also by Leslie Dilworth, J. W. Dilworth, of F. R. Stewart it Co., Mrs.  C. L. Thompson, of Edmonton,  Ira Dilworth, of the Victoria High  School staff, and Miss Ferna Dilworth.  Ihis photo made recently on the Italian front shows Gen. Cadorna at lelt  with   Iris   lieutenant Gen. Porro. directly behind*him, just after they had  received the Crosses of the Legion of Honor from Gen. Caslelnau (willr-  out hat).     In the foreground is Gen. Gouraud, of France.  News of Near  Neighbours  Indians  are  not  exempt  paying poll tax in B.C.  from  George Ferguson who"was one  of three soldiers invalided to the  Summerland hospital for treatment  has been discharged as cured.  Penticton is considering the advisability of establishing a permanent goif course as an added attraction for the town.  The Japanese  British Columbia  about 11,000.  population  is   said    to  This summer a farmer at Larkin,  between Vernon and Armstrong,  threshed 24 tons of wheat from 28  acres.  Capt. Fallis, formerly Methodist  minister at Penticton, who has  been chaplain with the Canadian  forces for two years past is returning on a lecturing tour ofthe west.  P. Burns & Co. are said to be  this year marketing the crop of  the large orchard at Okanagan  Centre owned hv the Okanagan  Land Co., Ltd., and also the output  of the Summerland Development  Co., Ltd.  T. R. Wanleso, of Penticton, had  had auto accident on the Well  Creek hill coming down from Copper Mountain last week. In pas-  sing a team and wagon his car  went oyer the side and rolled down  a 200-foot embankment, turning  over four times in the descent.  Mr. Wanless had his arm broken  and sustained several bruises.  T. E. Crowell, a well-known  Vernon contractor, died Tues. in  hospital from injuries received in  the accidental discharge of rifle as  he was entering his car last Thursday.  Ronald Tracy, of Grand Forks, a  seventeen-year-old butcher's assistant, who is said to have given great  promise of future success as a musician, is suing his employers, P.  Burns & Co., for $15,000 damages  for the loss of four fingers of his  right hand in a sausage machine.  The claim is partly based on the  injury which has been done to the  lad's prospects as a musician, and  humiliation and disfigurement.  There will be two government  establishments for the sale of liquor  by specially appointed vendors  under the British Columbia Prohibition Act. One of these establishments will be located at Vancouver and the other at Victoria.  Miss Frances Buckland  Passed Away Today  Miss Frances Bucklat.d, eldest  child and only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. F. M. Buckland, passed  away at 5 o'clock this morning.  Though it was generally known  the young lady had been in a weak  state of health for st me lime, the  suddenness of her death came as  a great shock to all. few having  any idea of the serious i ature of  ner illness. The cause of death  was heart failure due to anaemia,  a condition from which she ha's  has suffered for some months past.  During the summer she went down  to Victoria wilh the intention of  taking a Normal school course,  and in the hope that the change  would be of benefit. This did not  prove to be the case, however,  and on her return just a week ago  it was obvious that her health had  not improved. Two days ago she  took a serious turn, though it was  still hoped that she might pull  through. It was not to be however.  Thus, in the very flower of her  youth, for she was only seventeen  years of age, Miss Buckland has  puss (I away, leaving behind a  pleasant memory of a sweet and  gentle nature which endeared her  to all whom   she came   in   contact  ith. She had a host of triends  having grown' up in the district  and passed through the public and  high schoo's. Sne was a'so a teacher in the Knox Church Sunday  school, where her musical abilities  were also in demand.  She was born in Manitoba coming to Kelowna as a little child,  borne fourteen or fifteen years ago.  Needless to say her death is a  great grief to her parents and sympathy for them is expressed on all  sides. ,  The funeral is to take place tomorrow (Friday), at 2.30 o'clock,  service being held at the house on  Pendozi street.  Mje German Treachery  is Exposed  How Cermany "shamefully abused and exploited" the protection  of the United States by secreting  in the German legation at Bucharest, after the- American government had taken charge of Germany's affairs at the Roumanian  capital, quantities of powerful explosives for bomb plots, and deadly  microbes, with instructions for  their use in destroying horse* and  cattle, is revealed by Secietary of  State Lansing. -*. :���v*..^-..iL%. -J;.  .'.i" -.._���'....: .-��� i  PAGI T��0  KBLOWNA  RECOWJ  Thursday, sept. 27th, 1917.  i��.i#i.t��i.t��l��.l��f ..inti a ,>, i   n.^.,tiit,iis>iHn����������a*-  ������    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  "       BUSINESS CARDS      "  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  leceive   pnpila  as   before in his studio  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. bo* 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  irigs,Tov/n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W.-GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C, ��.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report* on Itri.jt.tion Worki  Applications (or Water License*  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life. Accident, Sickness. Fire, Automobile  Burglary.  Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  J.  M.  CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOIVNA.  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  1 laving   gone  into the  dairy  business we want your trade,  and are prepared to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  6. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Japan Rice  A S nn ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, il will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  1 ry our newly-arrived.c'ean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  KELOltfNH RECORD  Published sv*ry ThursxVay at Kstown*.  British Columbia  Phone  112  lssaa*��s��ars��JS��B��(��a.  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Propriator  S0B80MPT10M  RATON  11.60   par   rear:    78...    sis  Stats* 10 cents additional.  months. .TJnlvsd  POWDEfl  All aubtcrlDtlona Davabls la advance  Mirbacribers   at   tha regular r*ss   era* havs  aatra M0��ra  mailed  to Irkrnds at a oistenos  at I1AT.F RATE. !.e��� 7S esats osr .ear.  This soerrlal nrtrflefe   Is   stunted   lor   tha  tmroosa of advnrtiaios th. rntv and diatrict.  ADVERTISING RATES  1.01)01! NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. fcB osnts osr column Inch osr ��*ssk.  I.ANn AND TIMBER NnTICES-SO d.n. Mr  SO ilnva ST.  HTB1 NOTICES-IS lor live Insertioa*.  I.EOAI.   AIIVERTIHINO-Flrsl    Inssrtlon.    12  osnts oer  line:  s*eb  sabssaosai  Inaertion.  *  oenta osr line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -t aaata  oer word    first Insertioa,  I sent oar wot-'  eaeh subwansnt inaertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two Inches  and under. RO osnta osr Inoh first insertion  over two Inches 40 cents oer inch first Inaertion: 20 rants osr Inch Mob eobeecruent  Insertioa.  All ohantrss In contract Advertisements mnal  he in the hands of ths printer bv TnMdav  "venlnrr to enanrs nnblloatlon I. tho Belt  ���asne.  Enquiries concerning members  of the Canadian Ex -editionary  Force should not be sent to England, says a recent notice. Numerous inquiries are being sent to the  Canadian authorities in England  concerning members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.  This results in delay and unnecessary correspondence, as all available information is sent by the  Canadian Headquarters in England  to Militia Headquarters at Ottawa.  This information is conveyed by  cable and mail to Records Office,  Ottawa, consequestly this office is  able to impart the same information, in certain instances, from two  weeks to a month earlier than  could be done by the authorities  overseas.  The proposal of tbe C.P.R. to  reduce the boat service on the  lake to a tri-weekly one is not  likely to be carried out without  considerable opposition from the  different centres affected. Not to  mention the bad impression which  would be given to outsiders by  such a retrograde move, business  men and others have come to depend so much upon the daily  service that they are unwilling to  relinquish it. To travellers the  change would undoubtedly prove  a great nuisance entailing a day's  delay in Vernon if they happened  to arrive on an off day for the  boat. The Board of Trade has  been urged to take the matter up  and haa arranged to hold a meeting of the business men on Tuesday morning next at 10 o'clock  when the matter will be discussed,  and possibly some representaiion  made to the C.P.R.  First B.C. Fruit Train This  Season  A train of about fifty cars of  B.C. fruit passed through Calgary  last Tuesday from the Okanagan  Vallev. This feature, says the  Prairie Markets Commissioner, deserves a big banner the entire  length of the train, telling all the  prairie beholders the contents ot  the cars and where they came  from. It does not cost much and  the aclvt. is splendid.  Of approximately 2,000,000  buildings in Canada, less than one-  tenth of one per cent, have been  built with proper consideration of  safety from fire. In the cities and  towns from which statistics are  available, almost 70 per cent, of  the construction is frame. The  vast majority of brick buildings are  structurally defective and inadr  quately protected, and only one in  every 1200 is even nominally  fireproof.  Great Northwestern Telegraph  Company's operators, linemen and  automatic operators, from Calgary  on the west to Campbelltown, N.B.  on the east, went on strike Monday the company having refused  to accept the award of the board  of conciliation, granting wage increases of from 10 to 15 per cent.  MAGIC  BAKING POWDER  CONTAINS NO ALUM  Orders for  Local  Scouts  ������� mjepared-      Kelowna Troop  -a���   ... Troop First:  Self Laat  Edited by Pioneer. Sep. 25th, 1917  Orders by command for week  ending 6th October, 1917.  DUTIES-Orderly patrol for week  Beavers; next for duty, Wolves.  PARADES ��� The combined  troop will parade in full uniform  with staves at the club room on  Friday, the 5th of October, at 7.30  p.m. Dismissal at 8.30 promptly.  This will be the first parade of the  coming season, and we nre calling  for full dress just to see whether  after camp there are any uniforms  left.  It will be interesting to see whether any and which one of the  newly-organized patrola will secure  perfect marks for attendance, neatness and punctuality. Leaders will  have half an hour to devote to their  own patrols at this parade. They  will meet on Saturday of this week  at 7.30 p.m. to decide upon the  day of the regular troop weekly  parade, and should therefore consult their seconds and each member of their patrol beforehand as  to this. If we are able to secure  the Exhibition Building for basket  ball again, we shall try and reserve  Friday evenings for practices and  matches in addition to wet Saturday afternoons. We should be  able to arrange a match with Summerland this winter.  We start this season with a membership of 22 and having suffered  many severe losses. This time  next year we shall know whether  while we may not have had quan  tity we have had quantity. In  thinking of members though we  must remember that we also now  have a pack of Wolf Cubs in Kelowna.  Laat week we mentioned through  this column that there were several good turns waiting for the good  scout to come along, one of which  was the cleaning of the clubroom.  With no other mention than this  we aie very glad to note that the  clubroom did receive such a thorough cleaning that it would not  known itself if it had been handed  a looking-glass, and all by three  hours hard work of one scout. The  troop is thereby saved $5.70, which  the same work cost us last year.  Talk about electric shocks I  In order to provide some interesting reading for our column we  are going to publish the good turns  done by every scout on a particular day, not mentioning any names,  who shall be present at a troop  parade, when he will be aaked  what his good turn tor the previous or that day was. We have  a horrible suspicion that some  members of the troop have forgotten all about this requirement of a  scout. At the close of each day  one of a scout's last thoughts  should be "Have I done my good  turn ? " Any little act of kindness  will do, the simplest illustration  being that of removing a banana  skin from the side walk, but if the  daily ��ood little turn is consistently  ly practised by a scout, some day  the chance for the great big good  turn will come along, and that  scout will not be found wanting.  Ever be on the alert and you will  never miss your chance of doing  a good turn. The other day in a  certain town a team of horses had  broken their tie rope, had turned  around and were almost standing  in the middle of the street. One  scout passed by on a bicycle and  saw the team there, but like the  priest and Levite in the parable  passed on. Another scout passed  in an automobile but did not see  the team at all, and finally a policeman came along, saw the team and  tied t up. So here was a chance  for a good turn lost. At any moment the team might have bolted  and   have   damaged   themselves  and possibly others.  The committee of ladies in  charge of the Prisoners of War  teas .would like; some scout to  bring from the grand stand their  sign tacked on there, and to leave  it at the store of W. R. Glenn &  Son before Saturday of this week.  The sympathy of all the scouts  in the province will go out to Seymour Troop, Vancouver, who have  just lost their assistant scoutmaster,  Mr. Harold Downer. He had worked up from Tenderfoot to his present position and had just recently  enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps  and waa training at Toronto. Something went wrong With hia machine  while he was flying and it crashed  wilh liii-i, to death. His body was  brought to Vancouver and the  uneral was held last Saturday,  with all the Vancouver Troops  present. He was one of the boys  who helped to put the scouts on  the map in British Columbia, and  the loss to Vancouver is a loss to  us all.  At a recent wedding the bride  was Miss Jone Helper and the  bridegroom was Mr. Newton Lord.  The bridegroom, however, was  very angry when the saw in the  local paper an account of their  wedding, headed in the usual way  " Lord-Helper."  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Sections 36 and 134)  Re Application No. I3036F  TAKE NOTICE that application has  been made to register Prudential Trust  Company. Limited, as owner in fee under  a Tax Sale Deed from Percy T. Dunn,  Collector of Taxes for the City of Kelowna  bearing date the 9tn day of November,  1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that car.  tain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying, and being in the Municipality of the City of Kelowna. more particularly known and described as Block  Twenty-four (24), Map Two Hundred and  two (202).  You are required to contest the claim  of the tax purchaser within thirty  days from the date of the service of  this notice, and your attenticn is called to  section 36 of the " Land Registry Act  with amendments, and to the following  extract therefrom: " and in default of a  caveat or certificate of lis pendens being  filed before the registration as owner of  the person entitled under such tax sale,  all persons so served with notice . . ,  and those claiming through or under them  and all persons claiming any interest in  the land by virtue of any unregistered in.  strument, and all persons claiming any  interest in the land by descent whose title  is not registered under the provisions of  this Act, shall be for ever estopped and  debarred from setting up any claim to or  in respect of the land so sold for taxes,  and the Registrar shall register tht- person  entitled under such tax sale as owner of  the land so sold for taxes."  AND WHEREAS application has been  made for a Certificate of Indefeasible Title  to the above-mentioned lands, in the name  of Prudential Trust Company, Limited ;  AND WHEREAS on investigating the  title it appears that prior to the 12th day  of October, 1915 (the date on which the  said lands were sold for overdue taxes),  you were the owner of in apparent interest therein  FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at the  same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application and issue a  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said  lands in the name of Prudential Trust  Company, Limited, unless you take and  prosecute the proper proceedings to establish your claim, if any, to the said lands,  or to prevent auch proposed action on my  part.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 31st day of July, A.D.  1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar of Titles.  To J. H. Cavanagh.  To William j. Cavanagh. 43-7  MEMORIAL  In loving memory of my dear husband,  Pte. Harold Frank Sands (Harry), 1st B.C.  Regt., 7th Batt., C.E.F., killed in action  Sept. 27th. 1916.  One year has passed���my heart still sore,  As time goes on I misa him more���  One of the dearest, one of the best,  God in His mercy took him to rest  Sleep on dear husband in a foreign grave,  Your life for your country you nobly gave.  No friends stood near to eay goodbye.  But safe in Cod's keeping now you lie.  No matter how we think of him,  His name we oft recall,  There is nothing left to answer  But his photo on the wall.  I never thought when we said goodbye,  It would be the last parting between you  and I;  I loved you in life, you are dear to me  still,  But in grief we must bend  to Cod's holy  will,  When days are dark and friends are few,  Dear daddy how we long for you.  ���Inserted by hia sorrowing wife  and little eon.  Undergarments  STYLISH and COMFORTABLE  Men's, Women's, Children's  We invite those who are particular about their undergarments to come and see ours. Our underwear for  Women and Misses is dainty���it will be a delight to  wear it. Our garments for men and children are  strongly made, with buttons sewed on tight. We depend on doing a big volume of business for our success. To do the big volume we make little prices on  everything we sell.   Come in and investigate.  Children's Union Vests, in white, at'... 35c, 40c, 45c and 50c  Children's Black Drawers, at  75c and 85c  Children's Combinations, from  $1.35 up  Boys' Union Suits, from   $1.25 up  Misses' Separate Garments and Combination Suits.  Children's Fleecy Lined Waists from one year size up to 14.  Ladies' Cotton Fleeced Vests, in white only, at  35c  Ladies' Sanitary Fleeced Separate Garments, at 50c each  Full range of Ladies' Combination Suits and Separate  Garments, from 75c up to $4.50, in white or  natural, with long or short sleeves, also in full  length or knee length.  Ladies' cotton Hose, silk fleece-lined, special at 45c pr.  We are also showing a big line of  Mens Underwear  in Separate Garments  and  Combination   Suits, in  Fleece Lined or Natural Wool.  See our Natural Wool Garments, regular $2 values,  in full range of size s at  $1.50  Mens Unlined Work Gloves  and Gauntlets  Genuine cowhide gauntlet Glove, fleece lined.. 75c pr.  ���     Pigskin       ��� ���   welted seams   $1 pr.  ���     Chrome Tan Saranac ���   wrist fast ner $1 pr.  ���      Calfskin Gloves, welted seams  $ 1.25 pr.  ���     Chrome Tan Tanga Goat Gloves.. $1.50 pr.  ���     Buckskin Gloves  $1 pr.  ���     All Horsehide Gloves, welted seams,  very soft and pliable  $1.75 pr.  Full range of Boya' Gloves and Gauntlets in stock at popular  prices  Heavy Wool Sox for Men���that are genuine bargains.  Men's natural Wool Sox at  25c and 35c pr.  Men's Natural Full Automatic Sox at  50c and 60c pr.  Extra Heavy Wool Sox   65c pr.  Crockery Specials  8-inch Platters, extra heavy  2 for 25c  Large size White Bowls  25c each  Fancy colored Bowls  15c each  Vegetable Dishes in white Ironstone at 35c, 50c, 65c  Clover Leaf Bowls, at   15c, 20c and 25c  Clover Leaf Vegetable Dishes, at  40c and 50c  Assorted decorated Sets of Milk Pitchers  3 to a set, at   $1.50 and $1.90  Grocery Specials  3-lb. tins White Carnation compound Lard  75c  5-lb ditto $1.25  18-oz. bottles Libby's Chow Chow or Sweet  Mixed Pickles  25c  Quart jars of pure Golden Table Syrup  50c  30c glass jars of English Lemon Jelly  20c  25c pkgs. International Poultry Food...2 pkgs. for 35c  50c ditto 35c  J. F. FUMERTON I CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Goods phone 58;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Houri:  Morning-9.30 and 11        Afternoon- 3 and 5 PAGE THBEE  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPT. atta, 1917  IBPg.  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF KELOWNA  TAX SALE  NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Act of British Columbia and amendments thereto, and of a resolution of the Municipal Council of  The Corporation of the City of Kelowna passed on the Twenty-third day of July, A.D. 1917,1 shall, on Wednesday, the Tenth day of October, A.D. 1917, at the hour of ten o'clock in the  forenoon at the Board of Trade Building, Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., offer for sale by public auction the lands and real property situate in the City of Kelowna, hereinafter set out  for delinquent taxes and subsequent taxes in arrear remaining unpaid together with interest, costs and expenses, if the total amounts respectively due in respect of each parcel be not  sooner paid.  The municipality of the Corporation of the City of Kelowna hereby express the readiness cf the Clerk, Assessor and Collector of the said municipality to receive notice from any  source of the interests of those entitled to the benefits of the " War Relief Act." Any person having such knowledge is requested to communicate same in writing to the Collector whose  address is Box 167, Kelowna, B.C. \  LANDS AND REAL PROPERTY ABOVE MENTIONED-  ASSESSED OWNER  Abbott, Edward A   Abbott, Edward A   Allisatt, Hiss Meta   Allisatt, Miss Meta   Amundson, James   Anderson, Joseph,  and Ellison,   Mis.  Elizabeth    Anderson,  Joseph,  and Ellison,   Mrs.  Elizabeth    Anderson,  Joseph, and Ellison,   Mrs.  Elizabeth    Barber, Geo. G. ...  Bartlett, Samuel ...  Fartlett, Samuel ...  Beresford, John .,.,  Biddell, Cecil H. ..  Bissau, M. L   Black.  A.  M   Black, Mrs. G. It.  Black, Mrs. G. R.  Blakley, Israel R. .  Blakley, Israel R. .  Blakley. Israel R. .  Brigden, C   Brigden, C   Buckland', P. M. ...  Buckland, F. M. ...  Buckland, F. M.'...  Buckland. F. M. ...  Buckland, F. M. ...  Buckland, F. M.'...  Budden, Geo. F. ..  Bulman, Thomas ..  Burgess, M   Burgess. M   Butt. Douglas R. -.,  Bult, Douglas R. ..  Calder, W. B. M   Campbell, John T   Campbell, 0. 1)   Campbell, 0. D   Chapman, Jack    Chapman, Jack    Chappell, Bert    Chappelle, Dr.  W. D., and  Jas. H   Chappelle, Dr.  W. D.. and  Jas. H   Claggett, William    Claggott, William    'Clarke, Miss Florence    Clement, E. L.   .Clement, E. L. and W  Clement, E.  I., and W  Kelley,  Kelley,  Clement, E. L. and W  Clement, E. L. and W  E.  E,  E.  Clement,  Clement,  Clement,  Clement,  K.  Clement, E. L. and W.  Clement, E. 1.. and W.  Clement.-E. I.  L. and W.  L. and W.  L. and W.  L. and W. J  J  J  and W. J.  and W. J.  Clement, E. I  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. .1.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J.  Clement, E. L. and W. J,  Clement, E. L. and W. .J.  Clement, E. L. and W. .1. .  Clement, E. L. and W. J. .  Clement, E. L. and W. J, .  Clement, E. I. and W. J. ,  . Clement, E. I,, and W. ,1, .  I Clement, E. h. and W. J. .  j Clement, E. L. and W. J. .  I   Clement, E. L, and W. J. .  J   Clement, Mrs. M   I   Coker, Harry    I   Cordick, William    |   Cordick, William    Cordiok, William    Coaens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Cosens, S. C   Crocket, MisB Emeliha    Orowcroft, Mrs. Aleo    Crowley, D. W   Crowley, D. W   Crowley Co. Ltd., D. W   Cullen, R. A.    '  Davidson, Miss Minnio    Davies, W. Trevor     .   .,.,.  Davis, Qeorge    Defieux, A*. R.,  and Stevens.  Dofioux, A. R., and Stevens.  Defieux, D   D'Esterre, S. B. W   Dingwall, J ,  Duggan, Mrs. Kathleen    Duggan, Mrs. Kathleen    Duggan, Thomas   John 0.  John 0  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Lot' 48, Reg. Plan 1240     Lot 49, Reg. Plan 1240    Lot 17, Blook 8, Hog. 1'lan 1306 ..  Lot IB, Blook 8, Reg. Plan i30(i ..  Lot 5. Blook 4. Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 1, Blook 1, Reg. Pluu.JUl ...  Lot 2, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1448 .. ���  Lot 3, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1448 ...  South 205.75 ft. of lot 17, Blook 51.  Reg. Plan 202         Lot 1, Blook 0, Keg. rian 1.1OO ....  Lot 2, Blook 0, Reg. 1'luu uuu .,.  Lot 18, Blook 12, i(eg. Plan 1300  Lot 7, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1300 ....  Lot 10, Blook 6, Keg. Plan UOo .  Lot 3, Blook 12, Reg. Plan 1300 .  Lot 8, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1300 ....  Lot 20, Blook 11, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 7, Block 7, Reg. Plan 1300 ....  Lot 14, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1300 .  Lot lu, muck V, Keg. i'lan 130o .  Lot 0, Biooa 10, Keg. Plan loOu .  Lot IU, Blook 10, Keg. Plan IdOo .  Lot 7, Block 17, Keg. i'lan i02 ...'.  Lot 8, Block 17, Keg. rian 4u2 ....  Lot 0, Block 17, Keg. Plan 402 ....  Lot 10, liluoit ii, iojg. i'lnii 4u2 ,  Lot 11, Blook 17, Keg. i inn 4u2 .  Lot 12, Blook 17, Keg. Plan 4o2 .  l.of 2, Block 3, Keg. i'lan 402 ....  Lot to, Reg. Plan ioi4    Lot 24, Blook 11, Keg Plan 1300 .  Lot  11,  Blook  12, Reg   Plan  1300  Lot 6, Keg. i'lan oa;    Lot 20, Reg. Plan 1U3i    Re-subdiviaion Lot 4, oi lUo k 42,  Keg. Plan 402 (more particularly  described as commencing at ,i point  122.5 it. South oi tho ivorUi West  corner of Blook 42, Map 402, I bene,,  South 50 ft., thence East i48.5 It.  thence .Norm 50 it., tlience Weut  148.5 ft.  to point oi oouinieneomout)  Lot 27,  Keg. Plun 615    Lot 2, Reg. Plan 082    Lot 11,  block 3, itog. Plan 13jo .  Lot Itf, Blook 58, Keg. i'lau 262 .  Lot 15, Blook 5c, Keg. Plan 2o2 .  Lot 30, Blook 1, Keg. Plan 12u'l .  34.00  12.20  10.00  11.50  7.80  7.80  13.90  10.00  12.20  10.00  10.00  7.80  7.80  7.80  192.2-1  171.24  171.24  179.24  171.24  232.24  105.00  13.20  4.00  5.50  12.57  0.00  Lot 5, Block 12, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 0, Blook 12, Keg. Plan 1306    Lot i4, iieg. Plan 1039    Lot 15, Keg. Plan kijj    Lot 19, Mock 9, Keg. Plan 1305    Lot 1, Reg. Plan U22     Lot 15, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 21, Ron' Plan 1102   Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1102 ,   Lot 25, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 26, Reg. Plan 1102   Lot 28, Reg. Plain 1102    Lot 38. Reg. Plan 1102     ���  Lot 40, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 41, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 49, Reg. Plan 1102      ..  Lot 61, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 54, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 56, Reg. Plan 1102   Lot 59, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 62, Reg. Plan 1102   Lot 63, Reg. Plan 1102   Lot 72, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 73, Reg. Plan 1102    Lot 1, Reg. Plan 1346    Lot 5, Reg. i'lan 1346    Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1346    Lot 7, Reg. Plan 1346    Lot 8, Reg. Plan 1346    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1346    Lot 10, Beg. Plan 1346    Lot 11, Reg. Plan 1346       Lot 19. Reg. Plan 1346      Lot 21. Reg.  Han 1346      Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1346   Lot 23, Reg. Plan 1348    Lot 48, Reg. Plan. 1037    Lot 4, Reg. Plan 1277    l.ot 10, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 17, Reg.    Plan 1039    Lot 18, Reg. Plan 1039        Lot 3, Reg. Plan 1178   I. ���   Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1178    Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1178    Lot 7, Reg. Plan 1178    Lot 8, Reg. Plan 1178   Lot 9, Reg. Plan 117ft    Lot 10, Reg. Plan 1178    Lot 11, Beg. Plan 1178    Lot 23, Blook 1, Reg. I'lan 1308    Lot 53, Reg. Plan 1277 ���   Lot 2, Blook 7. Reg. Plan 462    Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1311    12.25 acres of Blocks 44 nnd 45, Reg.  Plan 463    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1246   Lot 19, Blook 7, Reg. plan 1M0  Lot 22, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 24, Blook 9, Reir. Plen 1808  Lot 8, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ..  Lot 9. Blook 1. Reg. Plan 1291 ..  Lot 6, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ..  Lot 7, Blook 8, Reg. Plan 1*06 .,  Lot 6, Blook 18, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 19, Reg. Plan 947    Lot 20, Reg. Plan 917    Lot I, Blook 19, R��g. Plan 830 ..  6.49  6.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  6.49  6.49  7.91  73.61  9.36  7.91  10.81  6.49  5.49  10.81  7.91  9.36  7.91  7.91  5.49  5.49  6.49  175.84  149.44  ,149.44  157.44  149.44  203.25  86.40  10.81  7.91  10.81  19.28  10.81  7.00  2.57  2.13  2.42  1.64  1.64  2.95  2.13  2.57  2.13  2.13  1.64  1.64  1.04  40.83  36.28  36.28  37.98  36.28  49.25  22.21  2.76  .80  1.09  2.60  1.16  26.40  25.50  25.40  44.40  27.60  27.60  2.60  24.51  26.11  34.83  38.20  24.51  24.61  6.49  5.61  5.45  5.81  9.51  5.87  5.87  .62  13.90  4.60  4.50  7.80  7.00  3.50  3.60  3.50  3.50  3.50  3.60  6.50  8.30  8.30  3.50  3.50  3.60  3.60  3.50  3.50  3.60  3.50  3.50  27.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  9.00  0.00  4.50  4.50  4.50  4.50  22.38  22.38  16.60  3.53  16.60  3.58  16.60  20.11  7.80  4.50  52.00  158.00  571.40  14.40  7.80  7.80  7.80  2.60  2.60  2.60  4.00  3.00  13.20  13.20  17.90  10.81  7.91  7.91  5.49  13.71  0.78  6.78  0.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  13.71  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  6.78  54.80  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  16.61  18.61  16.61  16.61  10.81  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  18.71  18.71  13.71  1.45  13.71  1 1.45  13.71  10.81  5.49  7.91  43.20  129.60  379.19  10.81  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  6.49  7.91  5.49  18.17  18.17  38.81  2.95  .87  .87  1.64  1.39  .68  1.32  1.74  1.74  .68  .68  6.42  1.76  1.76  1.78  1.76  1.76  1.76  .   1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.76  1.16  .87  .87  .87  .87  4.80  4.80  3.61  .78  3.51  .73  3.51  4.42  1.64  .87  11.05  33.46  121.17  3.03  1.64  1.64  1.64  .52  .52  .52  .80  .68  2.98  2.98  9.76  8  10.91  10.91  17.67  17.87  17.87  11.82  11.52  15.34  7.72  122.23  3.20  27.33  3.00  23.04  3.23  27.96  2.74  17.67  2.74  17.67  3.38  31.04  300  23.04  3.20  27.33  3.00  2'I04  3.00  23.04  2.74  17.67  2.;4  17.67  2.74  17.07  22.41  431.35  370.70  19.74  19.74  376.70  20.73  395.39  19.74  376.70  26.23  510.97  12.68  226.29  3.33  30.10'  2.63  16.34  2.87  20.2;  3.71  38.06  "3.59  21.56  ASSESSED OWNER  Duggan, Thomas    Duggan, W. C   Duggan, W. C   Dunoan, Mrs. R. II. ...  Dundas, F. M   Dundas, F. M   Ellis, Miss Edith Koio .  Elscy, Harry    Elsey, Harry    liiHerton, W. E.   ,.���.   ,  Euipey, Waldo F   Ericson, Alfred    Ernest, Charles E   Ernest, Charles E   Ernest, Charles E   Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Eutin, Axel    Fillimore, F. S. ...  Filliinoro, F. S. ...  Fillimore, F. S. ...  Fillimore, F. S. ...  Fillimore, F. S. ...  Fleetwood, G. H.  Fleming, W. H. ....  Fleming, W. H, ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H   Fleming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Floming, W. H. ...  Fleming, W. H. ...  Fraser, Albert H.  Fraser, Albert H. .  Fuller, Mrs. M. S.  Fuller, W. S   Fuller, W. S   4.82  61.34'  4.80  60.86  5.30  71.34  6.60  98.71  4.89  62.87  4.89  62.87  2.30  10.91  13.90      10.81       2.95       3.38  3.38  2.66  2.66  2.74  3.10  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  3.07  2.84  2.84  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54'  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  6.36  3.36  3.36  8.30  3.36  3.38  3.36  3.36  3.36  3.36  3.33  3.36  3.59  2.66  2.68  2.66  2.66  4.29  4.29  3.69  2.28  3.69  2.28  8.69  3.77  2.74  2.66.  7.31  18.05  56.58  3.41  2.74  2.74  12.74  2.30  2.30  2.30  3.63  2.45  3.71  3.71  4.87  31.04  31.04  15:94  16.94  17.67  25.20  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  24.60  19.66  19.66  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.50  13.60  13.50  ���03.58  30.73  30.7)1  30.78  30.78  30.78  30.78  30.78  30.73  30.78  31' 73  30.78  21.56  15.94  15.94  15.94  15.94  50.18  60.18  87.61  8.04  37.51  8.04  37.51  39.11  17.67  15.94  113.56  339.11  1127.34  31.68  Gale, Cecil   Gale, Cecil    Oawman, Robert ,1.  Gibson, fi. H. ......  Good, David    Good, David    Goodchild, John C.  Haggarty, W. P   Hall, John and Baker, it. S.  Hall, J. J., and Mol'horson,  Hall, J. J��� and Mol'horson,  Hannah, Arthur J   Har1   oss, Reuben E. E   Harper. William E   Hnrvey, Mrs. Jennie    Helmer, C   Hehnor, C   Hemming, Oli    Hemming, Oli   Herrmann, John, estate ......  Heyward,  William    Heyward, William    Hill, Albert A   HodgBon. Asnton B   Hodirson, John    Hodgson, John   Hodgson, John, and Laidlaw,  Horner,  C. R   Horner, C.'R   Humphreys, A. 0   Humphreys, A. 0. ...-   Hunfjord, Gillis    Allan  Allan  Thos.,  17.67  17.87  17.67  10.91  10.91  10.91  15.34  11.52  38.06  38.06  62.34  Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, Gillis    Hunfjord, John    Hutchinson, R. J. .  Hutchinson, R. J. .  Ireland, Andrew    Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, R. D..  Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, R. D..  Johnston, 11. I., and Sulivan, R. D���  Johnston, H. I., and Sulivan, R. D..  .Jones, Silas        Josselyn, C. 0   Josselyn, C. C.  Josselyn, Mrs. L. 0    ��   Kales, Albert   Kamaker, James    Kelowna Curling Club    Kelowna Curling Club ,   Kelowna  Curling Club   Kolowna CurKng Club  ..'     Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., T.t 1  Kelowna Land and Orohard Co., Ltd  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orohard Co., Ud.  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Lot 67, Reg. Plan 1037    Lot 27, Reg. Plan 1037    Lot 14, Reg. Plan 1316    Lot 11, Block 9, lleg. Plan 1306  Lot 25, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 26, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 6, Blook 4, Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 46, Reg. Plan 1009    Lot 47, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 60, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 20. Blook 9. Reg. Plan 1300 ...  Lot 25. Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ...  l.ot 17, Block 14, Reg. Plun  1,300  Lot 18', Blook' 14, Reg. Plan JS^O  Lot 13, Work 16, Reg. Plan 1300 ...  Lot 3, Reg. Plan 800        ...  Lot 4. Reg. Plan 800    Lot 41, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 44, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 45, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 4, Bleok 9, Reg. Plan 1300    ...  Lot 5, Blook 9. Reg. Plan 1300      Lot 6, Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 7, Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 12, Blook 12, Reg. Plan 1306 ..  West   half   of   Lot    24,    Blook   58  Reg. Plan 262    Lot 12, Reg. I'lan 622    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1087   Lot 19, Reg. Plan 1037    Lot 61, Reg. Plan 1277    Lot 18, Block 2, Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 19, Block 2. Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 20, Block 2, Reg. Plan 1300 .  Lot 21, Block 2, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 1, Block 14, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 2, Blook 14, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 4, Blook, 16, Reg. Plan 482 ���   l(<s subdivision    Lots   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,  7, and 8 of Lot 4, Blook 5,   Reg.  Plan 186 (Lot 4, Blk. 5, Plan 188)  Re-subdivision   Lots 9,  10, 11,    and  12 of Lot 33, Block 6, Reg. Plan  348 (Lot 32. Blk. 5, Plan 348) .  Lot 21, Reg. I'lan 1014    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1014    Lot 22, Blook 9, Reg. Plun 1306  Lof 11. Reg. Plan 1319    Lot 8, Blook 3, Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 9, Blook 3, Reg. Plan 1806 ...  Lot 16, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 18, Blook 1, Reg. Plan' 1291  Lot 15, Block 5, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 9, Blook 19, Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 10, Blook 12, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 8, Blook 8. Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 10, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 13, Blook 3, Reg. Plan 1.100    Lot 26, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306 .   .  Lot 13, Reg. Plan 694    Lot 14. Reg. Plan 694    Lot 29. Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ....  Lot 30, Blook 1, Reg. PUn 1291    Lot 9, Blook 20, Keg.,l'lan 830    Lot 16, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 12m    Lot 17, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291  Lot 17, Blook 16, Rsx. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 3, Reg. Plan 1332         Lot 1, Reg. Plan 1383    Lot 2, Reg. Plan 1232        Lot 12. Blook 6. Reg. Plan Jn2    Lot 9, Blook 8, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 10, Blook 8,' Reg. Plan 1300  Lot) 5, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 6, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306    Re-subdivision Lot 19, Blook 42,  Reg. 'Plan 462 (more naitioularly  described as commenoing at  point 126.5 ft. North ol tho South  West corner of Blook 43, Reg. PI  462, thonoe East 148.5 ft., thence  North 35.75 ft., thence West 148.5  ft., tlience South 34.75 ft.  to    tho  ��3  0  to  13.30  10.81  2.76  3.33  30.10  13.20  10.81  2.76  3.33  30.10  21.00  10.61  4.36  4.09  46.06  10.00  7.91  3.13  3.00  23.04  7.80  5.49  1.64  2.74  17.07  10.00  7.91  3.13  3.00  23.04  L80  5.49  1.64  9.V4  17.67  4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  4.50  7.91  .87  2.06  15.94  5.50  10.81  1.09  2.87  20.27  7.80  6.49  1.64  2.74  17.67  2.60  5.49  .63  2.30  10.91  3.00  5.49  .58  2.45  11.62  3.00  5.49  .58  2.45  11.52  3.00  5.49  .68  2.45  11.52  44.00  11.00  9.45  6.87  104.33  44.00  44.0t)  9.46  0.87  104.33  17.00  16.81  3.74  3.85  41.00  8.80  7.91  1.87  2.92  21.60  8.80  7.91  1.87  2.92  21.50  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  13.90  10.81  2.95  3.38  31.04  42.00  33.20  8.99  6.45  95.64  24.34  10.38  5.13  4.29  50.14  6.00  10.81  1.16  3.59  21.66  4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  3.00  5.49  .68  2.45  11.52  3.00  5.49  .58  2.45  11.63  3.00  5.49  .58  2.45  11.62  3.00  5.49  .68  2.45  11.52  3.00  5.49  .68  2.4J  11.62  3.00  5.49  .68  2.45  11.82  89.30  11' 51  18.66  10.23  IS'J.38  79.50  92.38  16.30  11.40  199.64  50.40  43.34  8.85  7.10.  109.29  4.40  6.49  .97  2.54  13.40  4.40  5.49  .97  3.54  13.40  7.80  5.49  1.64  2.74  17.67  9.00  25.53  2.04  382  40.39  7.80  5.49  1.04  3.74  17.6,  7.80  5.49  1.84  2.74  17.87  7.80  6.49  1.64  3.74  17.87  2.60  5.49  .53  2.80  10.91  7.80  5.49  1.64  9.74  17.6)  13.90  10.81  2.95  3.38  31.04  13.90  10.81  2.95  3.38  31.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  33.04  5.60  10.81  1.09  3.87  20.3f  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  6.60  8.93  1.46  2.84  19,88  6.60  8.93  1.46  3.81  19.83  2.60  5.49  .52  2.30  10 91  2.60  5.49  .52  2.30  10.91  17.60  17.40  3.74  3.93  42.87  2.60  6.49  .53  2.30  10.91  2.60  6.49  .63  2.30  10.91  3.00  6.49  .68  2.45  11.52  2.60  6.49  .63  2.30  10.91  8.30  6.40  1.75  2.82  19.33  8.30  5.40  1.31  2.66  15.05  84.00  70.61  17.83  10.62  133.06  10.00  7.91  3.13  3.00  23.04  10.00  7.91  3.13  3.00  33.04  7.80  5.49  1.64  9.74  17.67  7.80  5.49  1.64  3.74  17.47  point of commencement)  10.00  21.61  3.06  3.68  37.38  Lot 3, Reg. Plan 1014       2.20  2.92  .47  2.37  7.86  Lot 30, Reg. Plan 1014    4.40  5.49  .97  2.64  13.40  Lot 23, Reg. Plan 1014    6.60  6.49  1.36  9.87  2.67  16.19  Lot 30, Reg. Plan 1014    6.60  5.49  1.86  16.13  Lot 31, Reg. Plan 1014    6.60  6.49  1.36  3.67  16.19  Lot 23, Reg. Plan 1039    4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  16.94  Lot 24, Reg. Plan 1039       5.50  10.81  1.09  2.87  20.37  Lot 22, Rug. Plan 1039    4.50  7.91  .87  2.66  15.94  Lotl2, Blook 9, Reg. Fian 1306   .  10.00  7.91  2.13  3.00  23.04  Lot 13, Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1306  12.30  9.36  3.57  3.20  37.83  Lot 5, Reg. Plan 1318    9.00  25.63  " 2.04  3.83  40.89  Lot 85, Reg. Plan 1240    2.30  1.46  .43  2.20  6.28  r.ot92, Reg. Plan 1240    6.20  5.49  1.31  2.65  16.65  r.ot93, Reg. Plan 1240    6.30  5.49  1.31  3.66  16.66  Lot 94, Bog. Plan 1240    6.30  5.49  1.81  3.66  15.MS  Lot 28, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 129]  2.60  5,49  .52  2.30  10.91  Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1312    33.00  32.40  7.07  5.62  78.09  Lot 7, Reg. Plan 1312    17.60  16.61  3.73  389  41.88  Lot 11, Blook 14, Reg. Plan 463  565.64  458.65  117.38  68.87  1190.14  Lot 23, Blook 6, Reg. Plan 1306    7.80  5.49  1.64  9.74  17.87  Lot 1, Blook 21, Reg. Plan 830    14.90  30.61  3.04  4.37  51.93  Lot 6, Block 10, Reg. Plan 469  B.72  74.92  17.79  10.83  187.28  Lot 7, Blook 10, Reg. Plan 462     ,  83.72  74.92  17.79  10.83  187.25  Lot 8, Blook 10, Reg. Plan 462    83.72  74.92  17.79  10.83  187.28  Lot 9, Blook 10, Reg. Plan 462    83.72  74.92  17.79  10.83  187.38  South 40 ft. of Block; 14, Reg. Plan  186       26.30  66.83  5.37  6.39  94.38  North 7 ft. of Blook 14, Reg.   PUn  186  ;   4.20  8.73  .83  2.68  16.48  Lot 11, Blook 8, Reg. Plan 348    130.00  385.60  36.78  34.11  466.49  Lot 1, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1898 .^.  22.00  46.12  4.48  5.63  78.28  Lot 2, Blook 1, Rag. Plan 1396    24.00  61.93  4.99  6.04  86.86  Lot 1, Blosk 9, B��r. Flaa IMS ........  14.W  MJ1  %��  4M  ��* PAGE FOUR  KJfeO  mtsx  ASSESSED OWNEB  Kelowna Laud and Orohard Co., Ltd  lvelowua Laud aud Urcliaru  I o., Ltd  lvelowua Land aud Orchard. Lo., Ltd  ivoluw uu Laud and Urcuard Lo., Ltd.  iveiouna  Land aud UrchuiU  Lo., Liu.  iveloivna Laud aud Orchard Lo., Ltd.  lvelowua i.uml and Urohurd Lo., Ltu.  lvelowua Laud aud Orchard Lo.,  i.i.  lvelowua Luud and Urohurd iu., i.t,,,  ivuiowuu Luud aud Orohard Lo., i.t���.  lvulowuu Luud aud Orchurd Lo.,  1.1  Kelowna Land and Orchard to.,  l.i  lvelowua Land aud Orchard  Lo.,  Ltd.  lvelowua Laad and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Laud aud OrcaurU ( o., l.t.i.  Ivuluwnu Luud aud Orchurd  Lo,,  Ltd.  Kelowna Laud aud Orohard to., Ltd.  lvelowua Lund and Orohard l o., Ltd.  lvelowua Land and Orchard I o., Ltd.  Ivelownu Luud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  lvelowua Land aud Ore' urcl 'Jo,, Ltd.  lvelowua  Land and Orttiard Lo., Ltd.  ivclnwua  Laud aud Orchard lo., Ltd.  Iveliiwiiu Laud and Orchard Lo., Ltd,  lvelowua  Laud and Orchard  lo., ltd.  lvelowua Land and Orchurd I o., Ltd,  lvelowua  Laud and Orchard  Lo., Ltd.  lvelowua  Land and Orchurd lo., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Lo., ltd.  Ivelownu Laud and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  lvelowua Land aud Orohard Lo., Ltd.  lvelowua  Laud and Orchard  Co., Ltd.  lvelowua  Land aud Orohard  Lo.,  Ltd.  Kolowna  Land and Orchard Lo.,  i.L.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna  Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Laud und Orchurd to., Ltd.  Kelowna Laud and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  lvelowua Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  lvelowua Laud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Ivelownu  Land and Orchurd Lo., Ltd.  Kelowna  Land and Orchard Lo., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Land and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  Kelowna Luud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna  Lund and Orchard  ( o.,   i.l  Kelowna I.aud and Orchard Co.,  Ltd.  Kelowna Land  ami Orchard Co.. Ltd.  Kolowna Laud and Orchard t o., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd,  ivelownu Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Laud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Luud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Ivelownu Land und Orchard Co., Ltd  Kelowna Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Laud and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Ivelownu Land uud Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land aud Orchurd Co., Ltd.  ivelownu Lund and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Lund and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Land and Orchurd Co., Ltd.  Kulownn Land and Orohard Co., Ltd.  Kelownu Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kolowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd  Kulownn Land and Orchard Co., Ltd.  Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., Ltd  Kelowna Lund and Orchurd Co.,   I t  Kerr, G. H;     KitKps, Albert    i "-'  Killips, Albert  '.'���   ,'���"'"  Kincaid, James    Kincaid, James    Kinoaid, James    Kinoaid, Jamos    Kincaid. James    Laird, Ainsley    Luplante,  Alphons  ...  Lawson, Mrs. M. E.  La wm m, Mrs. M. E.  Lawson, Thomas    Legard, E ,.  Leslie, John    Leslie, Moses    I.iiiu Look Kstnto    l.um Look Estate    ....  . l.um Look Estate    l.um Look Estate    l.um Look Estate    ...  ������  ,..,  ,���..  ������,  l.um Look Estate   ....  -  Magee. R. A        ���������s  Marboeuf, Mrs. L   Marboeuf, Mrs. L   Markle. Walter     Meugens, Hubert Theodore ...  Miller. G. M   ,  Millie, H. H   Millie. H. H   Miyaki, T ....  ��� tin  Moore,  J. B   ,.  , Moore. J. B   ..  Mnlholland. A. B       Muftolland. A. B       Mulholland, A. S _      Mulholland. A. B   Kiiftolland, A. B.  .,  DESCBIPT10N OF PROPERTY  Lot 2, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 3, Blook 2, Keg. PUn 1395 ...  Lot 4, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1396 ...  Lot 5, Isiucii 2, Keg. Plun 1395 ...  Lot 7, Klook 2. Keg. rian totfg ...  Lot s, Block 2, Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 9, block 2, Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 10, Blook 2, Keg- Plan l.r.'.i  Lot 1, Blook 3, Keg. Plan 1396 ...  Lot 2, Blook 3, Keg. i'inn i.'i'j.i ...  Lot 3, Block 3, lu*o Plun 139o ...  Lot I, Block 3, Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot fi, Blook 3, Keg. i'lun 1396 . ..  Lot 0, Blook 3, Keg. Plan 1398 ...  i.ol 7, Blouk 3, Keg. Plun 1396 ...  Lot 3, Block 3, Keg. PUn 1395 ...  Luc 9, Blook 3, Rug. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 111, Block .1, Keg.  i'lun  1395 .  Block  i. Keg. PUn 1395    Lot 1, Blook 6, Keg. Plun 1.195 . .  Lot 2, Black 0, Reg. Plan 1393 ...  Lot 3, Block o, Keg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 1, Blook 0, Keg. Plun 1395 ...  Lot 2, Blook 6, Reg. PUn 1395 ....  Lot 3, Blook 0, Keg. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 4, Blook 0, Keg. i'lan 1395 ....  l.ot u, Blook 0, Keg. I'lun 1395 ....  Lot 6, Blook 0, Keg. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 7, Block 0, Keg. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 8, Block li, Reg. i'lan 1395 ��� .  l.ot 9, Blook 0, Reg. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 10. Block fl, Keg. Plan 1396 .  Lot 11, Block 0, Keg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 1'.', Block 0, Reg. Plan 1393 ....  Lot 13, Blook 0, Keg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 14, Block 6, Keg. I'lan 1395 .  Lot 15, Block fl, Rog. I'.an 1395 .  Lot 10, Blook 0, Keg. I'lan 1395 .  Lot 17, Blook 6, Keg. Plan 1395 .  Lot 18, Block 0, Reg. i'lan 1395 .  Lot 1, Blook 7, Rog. Plan 1396 ....  Lot 9, Blook 7, Keg. Plan 1396 ....  Lot 3, Blook 7. Reg. Plan 1396 ....  Lot 4, Block 7, Hog. Plan 1396 ...  Lot 8, lilook 7, Reg. Plan 1395 . ...  Reg. i'lan 1395 ....  Rog. Plan 1395 ....  lieg. Plan 1395 ....  Rog. Plan 1395    lien. Plan 1395  Lot 0, Blook  Lot 7, 'Block 7,  Lot 3, Block 7  Lot 9, Blook 7,  Lot 10, Block '  Lot 11, Block 7, Rog. PUn WeS  Lot 19, Blook 7,  Keg. Plan 1W5  Lot 18, Blook 7, Hog. Plan 1395  Lot 11. Blook 7, Keg.  lion  1395  I.at 16, Blook 7,  Hog. i'lan 1395 .  Lot 16, Blook 7, Iteg. i'lan  1395  Lot 17, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1395  Lot 18, Blook 7, Reg. Plan U>V3  Lot 19, Blook 7. Reg. Plan 1395  Lot 20, Blook  7,  Reg. i'mn 1393  Lot 21, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1395  Lot 22, Block  7, Keg. Plan  1395 .  Lot 23, Block 7, Hog. I'lan 1395  Lot 1, Blook 8, Rog. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 3, Blook 8, Reg. Plan 1395 ....  Lot 3, Blook 3, Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 4, Blook 8, Keg. Plan 1395 ...  Lot 5, Blook 8, Reg. i'lan 1395 ....  Lot 6, Blook 8, Hog. Plan 1395 ...  Blook 10, Reg. i'lan 1395    Lot 1, Rog. Plan 094    Lot 21, Blook ��, Reg. Plan 1306 ,  Lot 22, Blook 0. Reg. PUn 1300  Lot 3, Blook 19, Reg. Plan 102 ...  Lot 2, Reg. Plan 504    Lot 3, Rog. Plan 564    Lot 23, Blook 4, Reg. Plan ,300 .  Lot 24, Blook 4, Rog. Plan 1306 .  Lot 14. Blook 8, Reg.  I'lan 1306    Lot 37, Block  1, Rog. Plan 1291    Lot 11, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 12, Block 2, Rog, Plan 1306    Lot 8, Reg. PUn 549          Lot 8, Blook 3, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 20, Blook 1, Reg. PUn 1291    Re-subdivision Lot 13, part of Block  42, Reg, PUn 402 (more particularly described aa commencing at  a point 332.5 ft. South of tne  North West corner of Block 42,  Reg. Plan 463, thence East 274.8  ft., thence South 162.25 ft., thence  West 274.8 ft., tlience North 102.25  it. to point of commencement)    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot/ 10, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 11, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 12, Reg. PUn 1036    Lot 13, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 14, Reg. PUn 1036     Lot 16, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 16, Beg. Plan 1036   Lot 17, Reg. PUn 1036   Lot 18, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 19, Reg.  Plan 1036   Lot 20, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot) 21, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 23, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 24, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 25, flag. PUn 1036    Lot 26, Reg. PUn 1036       ���.  Lot 27, Reg. PUn 101'i    Lot 28, Reg. Plan ;036   Lot 29, Reg. Plan 1030      Lot 30, Reg.  Plan 1030    Lot 31, Reg.  Plan 1036    Lot 32, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 33, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 34, Reg. Plan 1038    Lot 36, Beg- Plan 1036   Lot 36, Reg. Plan 1036    Lot 37, Reg. Plan 1036       Lot 38, Reg. PUn 1036   Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1303   Lot 10, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 11, Reg. Plan 1303    Lot 12, Reg. Plan 1303    Lot) 28, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 31, Reg. Plan 1277   Lot 3, Beg. Plan 361   Lot 5, Beg. Plan 363      Lot 17, Blook 13, Bog. PUn 463    Lot 13, Blook 6, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 14, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 10, Blook 1, Reg. PUn 1291    Lot 3,!Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 4, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 5, Blook 7, Reg. PUn 1306    Lot 6, Blook 7, Reg. Plan 1306   Lot 5, Block 8, Beg. Plan 348    Lot 3,,Reg. Plan 1063   Lot 14, Blook 6, Beg. Plan 1306    Lot 14, Beg. Plan 549  -..  Lot 8, Reg. Plan 1377    Lot) 9, Blook 6, Reg. PUn 1306 ..;   Lot 10, Block 6, Reg. Plan T!W0    Lot 18, Blook 5, Reg. Plan 483    Lot 91, Beg. PUn 694    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 694   Lot 3, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 6, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 8, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 9, Beg. Plan 1804   Lot 10, Beg. Elan 1804         IS  U.00  11.00  11.00  11.00  24.00  U.00  18.00  24.00  U.00  U.00  11.00  a.oo  11.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  U.00  22.00  3.00  45.00  45.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  9.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3.00  0.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  1.00  1.00  8.00  8.00  8.00  12.00  12.00  1.00  1.00  LOO  1.00  8.00  8.00  3.00  8.00  22.00  12.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  22.00  33.58  7.80  7.80  84.00  10.00  10.00  3.00  3.00  10.00  2.60  3.00  3.00  15.00  7.80  2.60  88.00  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  0.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  6.60  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  4.40  16.00  16.00  16.00  20.00  4.50  4.50  21.00  9.00  1254.36  7.80  7.80  2.60  10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  65.92  49.38  7.80  |30.00  6.50  9.50  6.00  17.63  3.00  3.00  8.30  8.30  10.60  6.20  6.90  |  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  50.31  33.20  33.20  50.31  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.01  21.01  21.61  21.61  21.61  21.61  40.12  5.80  88.01  83.01  2.92  2.92  2.92  2.93  2.92  10.01  2.92  10.01  16.61  10.01  16.61  18.71  10.01  16.61  10.61  2.92  2.92  2.92  16.61  10.81  6.80  2.92  2.92  10.61  16.61  16.61  2.92  2.92  10.01  10.61  10.61  21.51  24.51  2.92  2.92  8.72  2.92  10.01  16.61  16.01  10.61  40.12  24.51  5.80  2.92  2.92  2.92  46.12  27.40  5.49  5.49  03.20  21.01  21.61  5.49  5.49  7.91  6.40  5.49  5.49  33.31  5.49  5.49  76.41  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.40  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.40  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  6.49  6.49  6.49  6.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  5.49  33.21  33.21  33.21  43.30  7.91  7.91  18.71  18.71  479.73  5.49  5.49  5.49.  7.91  7.91  7.91  7.91  64.88  40.30  6.49  66.40  13.71  18.71  10.81'  39.03  8.93  8.93  6.46  6.45  7.91  5.49  8.40  9.30  3.30  9.90  3.20  4.92  3.67  3.67  4.92  3.20  2.20  3.30  2.30  3.30  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  2.20  4.48  .53  8.94  8.94  .22  .22  .22  .22  .22  1.00  .22  1.00  1.60  1.00  1.60  1.84  1.60  1.60  1.00  .22  .22  .22  1.00  1.17  .44  .22  .22  1.00  1.60  1.60  .22  .22  1.60  1.60  1.60  2.42  2.42  .22  .22  .80  . .22  1.60  1.60  1.60  1.60  4.48  2.42  .68  .22  .22  .22  4.48  7.18  1.04  1.64  17.67  2.06  2.06  .68  .58  2.13  .52  .58  .58  3.08  1.64  .52  18.57  1.30  1.36  1.30  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.36  1.38.  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  .97  3.22  3.22  3.22  4.11  .87  .87  4.38  1.84  50.34  1.64  1.64  .52  2.13  2.13  2.13  2.18  15.27  10.61  1.64  6.19  1.28  1.90  1.09  3.63  1.78  1.76  3.30  1.31  1.81  3.00  2.30  2.45  2.45  6.00  2.74  2.30  11.14  2.07  2.07  2.67  2.67  2.67  2.67  2.67  2.07  2.67  2.67  2.67  2.67  2.67  3.67  3.67  2.64  2.54  2.64  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.84'  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.54  2.64  2.64  2.54  4.82  4.63  4.63  5.36  2.60  2.66  6.15  3.47  41.21  2.74  2.74  2.30  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  8.80  7.00  2.74  7.12  8.07  3.50  2.84  5.00  2.63  3.63  2.82  2.82  3.03  2.66  3.68  g  H  11  5  o  1  Fi  o  3.74  38.56  3.74  38.56  3.74  38.58  3.74  33.56  6.96  86.19  4.99  04.86  4.99  64.30  6.96  a 35.19  3.74  3t\56  3.74  33.56  3.74  UB.I ..  3.74  33.56  3.74  3H.55  3.74  33.55  3.74  88.68  3.74  33.55  3,74  33.55  3.74  38,66  5.63  78.23  2.46  11.84  9.09  151.04  9.09  151.04  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  3.31  29.69  2.20  0.34  3.31  29,69  3.31  29.52  3.31  29,63  3.31  29.52  3.47  33.02  3.31  -.11.52  3.31  29.B9  3.31  29.52  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  2.20  6.34  3.31  20.52  2.89  20.87  2.41  10.15  2.20  0.34  2.20  6.84  3.31  29.52  3.31  29.52  3.31  1:9.52  2.20  0.34  2.20  0.34  3 31  29.52  3.31  29.52  '1.31  30.69  3.94  ���12.8/  3.94  42.8 i  2.20  0.34  2.20  6.34  2.07  10.19  2.20  0.34  3.3i  29.52  3.31  29.52  3.31  29.52  3.31  29.52  5.03  78.23  3.94  42.87  2.40  11.84  2.20  0.34  2.1:0  0.34  2 20  0.34  5.03  78.23  5.40  73.66  2.74  17.67  2.74  17.67  10.24  175.11  3.08  37.36  3.68  37.36  2.45  11.5-J  2.45  11.53  33.04  10.91  11.52  11.52  50.35  17.07  10.91  191.13  16.13  ' 16.13  16.12  16.12  16.13  16.12  16.13  16.13  10.1(3  10.12  16.12  16.19  16.13  16.12  16.12  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  13.40  67.06  57.05  67.06  72.67  15.94  15.94  60.34  33.02  825.54  17.67  17.67  10.91  23.(1-  23.04  23 04  23.04  144.97  107.19  17.67  109.71  24.53  33.61  19.67  66.18  15.26  16.35  19.33  19.33  33.64  16.68  16.65  THURSDAY, SEPT. 37th, 1917,  ss a  gg   ;  ASSESSED OWNEB  Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulhollund, A. B   Mulholland, A. H   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. H   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. R   Mulholland, A.  R   Mulholland, A. R   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland, A. B   Mulholland. A. R   Mulholland, A. R   Mulholland, A. B   MulhoUand, A. B   Mulholland. A. B   Mulholland, A. R   Mulholland, A.  R   Mulholland, A. B   Muller, H. G��� and Swift, Reuben  Mundell, F. N   McAuley, John          McGill, Harold R   McGregor, D   MoLcan, John    McLeod, Evandor   .....   McLeod, Evandor   McLeod, Evandur   McLeod, Evandor   McLeod, Evander    McLeod, Evandor   MoLood, Evander    McLeod, Evander    McMastor, Arohie    McMillan, Albert.    McPherson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan    Mol'horson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan     .  McPhorson, Allan    McPherson, Allan    McPhorson, Allan    Newby, Harold C   Norton, 0. D   Ockendcn. Chas. 0. ..  Ookenden  Chas. 0. ..  O'Connoll, Patrick  ...  Olmsted. MIbs Arlio  Olmsted, Mrs. M. J. .  Oxley, K. F   Oxloy, K. F   Paisloy, W. H   Partridge, Chas. G. ...  Partridge ChaB. G. ...  Paul, Rembler. cstato  Pendleton, Robert E. .  Petorson, John    Phillips. William J. ...  Pugh, Aaron    Reed, R. C   Roed, R. 0   Reed, B. C   Roichey, Ronald   ..  RenBhaw, Mra. C.  Ronshaw, MrB. C.  Ronshaw. Mrs. C.  Riley, Edward    Rixon, % R   RogcrB, Arthur   Rosen, C. J   Robs, Henry T   RuCavinn, Peter .,  Sohmidt, Kalmann    Scott, P. A   Scott, P. A   Soott, W. A   Sharpe, Thos   Southeo, Mrs. Hose    Sparks, F. Ashley    Spedding, Mrs. M. A    .  Sterling  Security  Company, Ltd.  Stonolake. Leslie A   Stout, Martin G   Stout, Martin G   Swanson Gunner    S'wanson Gunner   Tavlor, F.  \.   Taylor, Geo. B   Tarry. Miss Gertrude  Terry, Mias Gertrude  Thayer, Mrs. C. E. ..  Thaver, Mrs. C. F,. ...  Thayer, Mrs. C. X, ...  Thayor, Mrs. C. E   Thayer, Mrs. C. E   Trafford, Chas. H   Trafford, Chas. H   Trnnist, Antoni    Turnor, Miss Jossio M....  Vaohon. Edgar    Vaohon, Edgar    Vachon, Edgar    Vaohon, Mra. Edgar  Vaohon, Mrs. Edgar  Vaohon, Mrs. Edgar  Voltes, C   Vokes, C   Wardlaw, Thos., estate ......      Wardlaw, Thos., estate    Watson, Wellington    Watson, Wellington    Wataon, Wellington        Weatheroll, H. 0 '    Weatherby, C. C   Weatherby, C. C   Webb, Alfred W   Weinhardt, Aldol  A���.  Woinhardt, AWof    Willis, H. A   Wilson, Allan   Wilson, Allan   Wilson, Allan,   Wilson, Allan   Wilson, Allan   Wihon, Allan   Wilson, Allan, and Josselyn C. 0.  Wilson, Allan, and JosBelyn C. 0.  Wing, Mrs. Everilda K   Wood, Howard    DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  Lot 11, Beg. Plan 1101    Lot 12, Beg. Plan 1304    Lot 13, Reg. Plan i304    Lot 14, Reg. Plan 1304   Lot 15, Reg. Plan 1301  ,.,  Lot 16, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 17, Reg. Plan H04    Lot 18, Beg. Plan 1301    Lot 19, Beg. Plan 1301    Lot 20, Beg. Plan 1304    Lot 21, Reg. PUn 1304    Lot 22, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 23, Rog. PUn 1304    Lot 24, Rog. Plan -1304    Lot 25, Reg. PUn 1304    Lot 26, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 27, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 28, Rog. Plan 1304    Lot 29, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 30, Rog. Plan 1304    Lot 31, Reg. Plan 1304    Lot 32, Rog. Plan 1304    Lot 15, Block 13, Reg. Plan 462 .  Lot 11, Block 5. Rog. I'lan 1306 .  Lot 4, Blook 15, Rog. Plan 1306 .  Lot 10, Blook 7, Reg. PUn 1306 .  Lot 5, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ...  Lot 3, Blook 18, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 13, Blook 1, Reg. PUn 1291  .  Lot 14, Block 1, Rog. Plan 1291 .  Lot 15, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1291  Lot 26, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1291 .  Lot 37, Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 .  Lot 88, Blook 1, Reg. PUn 1291 .  Lot 34, BIpok 1, Reg. Plan 1291 .  Lot 35, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1291 .  Lot 10, Reg. PUn 1014    Lot 23, Rog. Plan 1014    Lot 4, Block 5, Reg. Plan 1300 ....  Lot 5, Blook 5, Reg. I'lan 1306 ....  Lot 6, Block fi, Hog. Plan 1306 ....  Lot'7, Block 5. Reg. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 8, Block 5, Reg. I'lan 1306 ....  Lot 20. Block 16, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot' 21, Blook 16, Reg. Plan 1300  Lot 22, Blook 15, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 13, Block 56, Rog. Plan 202  Lot 12, Block  1, Reg. Plan 1291  Lot 2, Block 3, Rog. Plan 1300    Lot 3, Blook 3, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 5, Rog. PUn 1232      Lot 17, Blook 11,  Keg. Plan 1300    Lot 18, Block 11, Reg. I'lan 1300 ...  West 60 ft. of Lot 5, Reg. Plan 578...  Lot 4, Rog. Plan 590    Lot' 40, Hog. Plan 1039    Lot 13, Blook 4, Reg. Plan 1300 ...  Lot 14, Block 4, lieg. Plan 1306 ...  Lot 3, Hlook 16, Reg. Plan <fi9    Lot 4, Block 1, Hog. Plan 1291    Lot 8, Block 20, Reg. Plan 330    Lot 11, Block 1, Reg. Plan 1300 ...  Lot 23, Rog. Plan 885    Lot 18,  Lot 19,  Lot 44,  Lot 59,  Lot 15,  Lot 17,  Lot 18,  Lot T, 1  Lot 3, 1  Lot 29,  Lot 31,  Lot 13,  Lot 62,  Lot 12,  Lot 14.  Lot 15,  Lot 31.  Lot 34,  Lot 11,  Lot 14,  Lot 5,  Lot 47,  Lot 4, 1  Lot 9, 1  Lot 10,  Lot 1, 1  Lot 2, :  , Reg. Plan 303    Reg. Plan 363    Reg. Plan 1102    Reg. Plan 1277    Reg. Plan 432    Reg. Plan 1303    Rog. Plan 1303    Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291    Blook 1. Reg. Plnn 1291    Reg. Plan 1039 ,   Blook 1. Rog.  Plan 1291..  Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1306 ..  Rog. Plun 1277    Reg. Plan 1014    Blook 9, Reg. Plan 1806  Blook 9, Rog. Plan 1306  Block 12,  Hog. Plan 202  Reg. PUn 1102    Blook 8, Reg. Plan 1300  Blook 15, Rog. I'lan 1306  Block 55, Reg.  I'lun 202...  Rog. Plan 1210    Blook 1. Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Blook 1. Reg. Plan 1306 ...  Block 1, Reg. Plnn 1300  Blook 1, Reg. Plan 1291 ..,  Block 1, Rog. Plan 1291 . .  Blook, 20, Rog. Plan 186 \   Lot 17, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 5, Blook 8, Reg. PUn 13un      Lot 6, Block 8, Reg. Plan 1300    Lot 40, Blook 15, Reg. Plan 202    Lot 41, Block 15,'Reg. Plan 202    Rc-subdivision Lot 17, Blook 42, Reg.  PUn 462 (more particularly described as commenoing at a point  26.5ft. North of tho South West  corner of Blook 42, Reg. Plan 462,  thence East 148.5 ft., thonce North  60 ft. thenoe West 148.5 it., thongs  South 50 it. to point oi oom-  menooment)    Lot 22, Rog. Plan 800.   North half of Lot 23, Rog. Plan 300...  Lot 2, Blook 10, Reg. Plan 1306    Lot 3, Blook 10, Reg. Plan 1306 .  Lot 31, Blook 1, Rog. Plan 1291  .  Lot 8, Blook 6, Hog. Plan 1306 ....  Lot 39, Reg. PUn 1039    Lot) 16, Rog. Plan 1346    Lot 17, Reg. Plan 13-10    Lot 3, Reg. PUn 1240    Lot 4, Reg. PUn 1240    Lot 5, Reg. Plan 1240    Lot 14, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1306.,.,  Lot 15, Blook 2, Reg. Plan 1306  Lot 53, Reg. Plan 488      .  Lot 54, Reg. Plain 483'    Lot 49, Reg. Plan 1099    Lot_35, Reg. Plan 1277    Lot~36, Reg. Plan 1277  ,:.   .  Lot 31, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 31, Blook 1, Rog. PUn  Lot 22, Blook 1, Reg. Plan  Lot 23, .Blook 2, Reg. PUn  Lot 23, Blook 1, Reg. Plan  Lot 24, Blook 1. Reg. Pip ���  Lot 24, Rog. Plan 535    Lot 45, Reg. Plan 1039    Lot 1, Rog. Plan 1277    Lot 2, Reg. Plan 1277    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1377    Lot 10, Reg. Plan 1277    Lot 50, Reg. PUn 1377 ...  Lot 4, Reg. Plan 1332    Lot 9, Reg. Plan 1332    Lo< 15, Blook 15, Rog. Pla  Lot 38, Reg. 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P. T. DUNN,  Collector for the Municipality of the Corporation of the City of Kelowna. THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1917,  KBLOTOA   IBCOltD  pact. nw.  1/ ��� Liiwirto -. i i .  Fine Values in Brassieres  A VARIETY of new styles  specially well designed and  perfectly fashioned���a collection that will immediately appeal  to those seeking garments of this  , kind. Brassieres with two-button  back, V shaped yoke of embroidery  in front and square yoke at back,  also square yoke in front.  ���   50c to $1.50  Prices From  Dr. Denton's Sleepers  A large collection of Children's Sleeping Garments are now in stock.    These include Dr.  Denton's and Fleeced lined makes.  MAKE   SELECTION EARLY  Phone 361  Kelowna  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS SHINGLES  Prices right.       Delivery Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES, Maiugiag.Diroctor.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND- SHINGLES  GREASE AND OILS  PREST-O-UTE Esehsa*.  ���e CHAS. E. SMITH mm  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  ���� SERVICE  Phonos: Office 232; House 236  TIRES, tic.  I  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Friday, Sept 28-"The Girl Philippa."   Prices 25c & SOc  Saturday (Sept. 29th)���" Love Sublime "; "A Winning Loser."  Tuesday���"On Dangerous Ground," with Gail Kan* and Car-  lyle Blackwell.    Alio single act comedy.  Thursday���" The Voice on the Wire," with Ben Wilson and  Neva Gerber.  SPECIAL, Oct. 5th���" The Barrier" by Rex Beach.  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9.  Admission, 20c & 10c  TOWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  /  Mrs. Gen. Raymer left this morning on a visit to Calgary.  Miss Brown, of Glenmore went  to Saskatoon Saturday morning.  Mr. A. Giles, of Vancouver, was  a visitor last weekend to Mr. Geo.  Barrat, of Glenn Ave.  Mr. and Mrs. Patmore and family came ia Thursday last fron  Saskatoon, and are taking up residence in town.  The liquidators of tlie Kelowna  Implement Co. have closed a deal  thia week with Mr. S. T. Elliott for  the purchase of the remainder of  the stock.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. Arnold  Bennett will preach upon the subject, " How the congregation can  lift the church." At the evening  service his topic will be " Before  the judgment seat of Christ, and  no escape."  Adjoining the track near the  freight sheds the C.P.R. has commenced the construction of a cattle  chute and corral. This will be a  great convenience in the loading  and unloading of stock.  A dance will be held in the  Aquatic pavilion to-monow evening at 9 o'clock, when by special  arrangement the orchestra of the  30th B.C. Horse will be in attendance.  An innovation will be introduced  next Saturday afternoon at the  Prisoners of War tea which is to  be given by the bachelors. No  doubt their fact will induce a larger number of ladies to attend.  Music will be rendered.  Rutland News  (Tn*b cm asm ����iaainnSa��0.  Misa Jennie Clever left last week  on a visit to Calgary.  Mr. J. Mclvor had the misfortune  to meet with a nasty accident on  Wednesday last whilst engaged  in stacking hay. It appears that  whilst working on the stack he fell  striking his back on the wagon  rack, necessitating his removal to  the hospital. Reports this week  say he is well on the road to re  covery.  The Young People's Society  held their regular meeting Friday  in the schoolhouse, a large number  of young people attending. Serg,  S. Gray relating his experiences  proved the evening's main attraction, and reclining on the music  stool he narrated many interesting  amusing and tragic incidences of  life in the C.E.F. Miss Dalgleish  gave a piano solo and Evere'tt  Fleming recited.  Harvest Thanksgiving was observed in the Methodist church on  Sunday, when the interior was  very tastefully decorated in the  old-fashioned manner with Rutland produce. The Rev. Mr. Griffiths gave special appropriate addresses, and the choir rendered  selections from the cantata "The  Rolling Seasons." Miss Tully from  Ellison assisted the musical programme with a solo, "Just for  To-dsy."  Mr. A. P. McKenzie left Thursday for High River, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. Hemming are leaving to-morrow for Vancouver,  where they will stay foi the winter  months.  The new office of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund is Room No, 12,  Willits Block, Bernard Avenue.  The secretary expects to move in  on Monday, October 1st.  The marriage took place laat  evening of H. Roth to Miss Eunice  Jensen, both of Kelowna. The  ceremony was performed bj the  Rev, A. Evans at the home of the  bride's parents. This morning the  hnppy couple left for the prairie  where they will spend a few weeks  holiday prior to taking up their  residence in Kelowna.  The Revs. J. P. Westman and  |. B. W. Myers, field secretaries of  the Methodist and Presbyterian  churches, will address a meeting  of Sunday-School workers next  Wednesday, October 3rd, in the  Methodist church, at 8 o'clock.  Miss Gowen went up to the  Landing last Thursday to meet her  brother Ernest and his wife, who  are at present staying in town.  Their trip had been a long one,  their home being at Fort Resolution on Great Slave Lake, 1200  miles north of Edmonton, in the  great north-west territory.  The Baptist Ladies' Aid are arranging a " Made in Canada " sale  for December 8th. The early announcement is made to avoid the  clashing of dates with the man  similar events held at this time of  the year.  Mr. Hector Duggan came in on  Saturday's boat from Medicine  Hat on a short visit to his brothers  here. Mr. Duggan, who has a fine  baritone voice, rendered Sullivan's  "Thou art passing hence, my brother," in the Baptist church Sunday  evening.  A great treat is promised to all  music lovers in Kelowna on Thursday evening next, October 4th,  when Mr. Laurence Blacknell has  kindly consented to give an organ  recital in the English church. A  new pipe organ has been installed  in the church and Mr. Drury Price  together wilh several other artistes  have kindly offered their services.  A delightful programme is assured  and the recital will begin at 8 p.m.  The public are cordially invited  to attend. A collection will be  taken up in aid of parochial expenses.  Good money being paid for all  kinds of cull apples, windfalls. &c.  Girls and boys get busy, don't let  an apple go to waste. Pick up all  kinds and bring them to the Apple  Evaporating Plant, corner of Ellis  and Cawston Avenue.  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81 I Kelowna, B.C.  Wanted  APPLES  For  Evaporating  All kinds of Culled Apples, Fallen, Bruised,  Scabby or otherwise. We  pay all freight charges  and return sacks or boxes.  Shipments received on or  after September 12.  For particular, writ* or phone  The Orchard City  Evaporating Co.  KELOWNA, B.C.  A forward Step in Motion  Pictures  "The Barrier," which will be  shown at the Kelowna Theatre in  the near future, is the photo-drama  of Rex Beach's most powerful  Alaskan romance, and is unanimously declared by motion picture  experts to be " the most revolutionary forward step yet taken in  motion pictures." In this sincere  interpretation of a great epic of  primitive life the motion picture  comes into its own as a medium  of dramatic expression, and at last  stands aide by side with the spoken drama���an art and not a plaything���a living, breathing entity  and not a shadowy imitation. In  "The Barrier" you see life as it it,  you forget that a picture is passing  before you.  Those who have followed the  devek pment of the motion picture  will remember the film production  of " The Spoilers," another of Mr.  Beach's great Alaskan stories. Mr.  Beach has organized his own producing company, " The Rex Beach  Pictures Company," to screen "The  Barrier " and his other novels.  Ford Car  FOR SALE  In first-class  repair  and  condition  Apply  F. R. E. DeHART  "xm&xxxixxcBx^^  "WYANDOTTE"  Sanitary Cleaner & Cleanser  Suitable for all Washing, Cleansing and Purifying  Purposes  and  Specially Adapted for Dahy Utensils.  Put up in Five Pound Sacks to sell at 50c  If you are not ���ati*fied that it ii tho beat and inoit Minitary cleaner yuu  have ever uied we will give you your money back  W.R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  tt*B8Kfa&0M3^^  BANKQFtvIQNTREAL  ISO YEARS (1817-1917)  Capital Psiims)      .      $16,000,000  Rot      ���    ���    ���    - 16,000,000  Total Assat* (April 1017) 386,806,887  "Saving for Victory"  is facilitated by the  Bank of Montreal, which  will receive your deposits at  Interest and convert them,  as they accumulate, into  Dominion Government War  Savings Certificates.  D. R. CLARKli, P.   DuMoclin,    Hsnsjtr,   Kilow-s   Branch.  Supt.. Brllisli Columbia Brunches. EKAMXES IN OKANAGAN 111.' HILT  VANCOUVER. *"��rra-j,     ���     Psstbts*,     ���     Sm m.rlmj,  FnsVrbv,  Pesthron,  Prise-1 ia,      -       Vtrroa.  Wall Paper  Clearance Sale  DURING the   month   of   September   our  entire WALL PAPER   STOCK will  be placed on sale at  7^ cents per roll, ingrains 30  inches wide at 1 IS cents  This offer includes paper ordinarily sold  from  10c to 50c per roll. NO RESERVE, everything  goes at 74 cents.  Kelowna Furniture Company  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  Did You See   Elliott & Morrisons  Car of Wagons  They are here but they won't stop  long for they are selling at the right  price. Call quick and inspect for yourself near Kelowna Implement Co.  Or phone S. T.Elliott, 3108 PAGE SIX  RBLOWMA   IKC01D  THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1917  Job  Printing  Commercial    Stationery/  produced in a neat, clean  and up-to-date style.  Let us help you at any  time in the production of  " copy " or in the development of your own ideas.  Letter and Billheads  Business Cards  Handbills  Circulars, Notices  Loose Leaf Supplies  Record  Office  Phone 94  JUST ARRIVED  A large consignment of  British Made China  consisting of the following patterns  White and Gold China  and  Semi-Porcelain  Mott Willow ��� ��� ���  Pompadour Rose ��� .���  These goods are open stock and  sold in any quantity  Shelf  Hardware and  a variety of Smallware  alwa s in stock. Come in and look around, you  will be sure to find something useful.  ALBERT E. COX S  mm **>m*i*jKm*****}\ ���mw>**'^  TRAVEL HUMOURS  IN SUNNY SPAIN  From Bombra North to Sunny South  Spain Shows a Wide Variety Both  of Scenery and People  "Spain anl Russia," says Hamilton  Fyfe in the London Dally Mall, "are  the two most Interesting countries  let! in Europe lor the traveller who  enjoys the humour of life. They are  60 different from the rest. In Madrid  I look out of my window on to oup  of the Jinest open'squares in the city.  I see among the motors and electric  street curs carts drawn by huge, slow-  moving oxen, strings of mules, boys  ami men riding on donkeys, flocks of  lit11��- black sheep, herdB of woolly red  pigs. Tlie oddest mingling of old and  new. S^aiii Is a- country that offers  so wiili a variety of scenery, of people, of food, of everything. As you  travel yon see all kinds of landscape.  In the north the prevailing note II  one of sombre reserve. In the south  all is colour and gay, laughing sun  shine. The suine difference marks off  the Gastlllatt, grave and proud, from  the chattering, smiling, quick-tempered Andalusian, always ready to make  friends.  Rice and Snails;   Delicious  "Then, If you are wise and eat the  food of tlie people in preference to  the imitation food which, is served in  hotels, you find that many districts  have their own special dishes. There  is tlie Valenc.lan 'paella,' for example, a Htew of rice with meat and  snails and shrimps, a most appetising  mixture served In a wide pan taken  straight off the fire. Malaga has its  'boquerones,' fried anchovies, delicious. Cartagena smacks its lips over  octopus. All through Spain the  'puchero," or national Blew, is good,  with special flavours in different parts.  "All who meet on the roads of Spain  offer kindly greeting. 'Vaya Usted  con DIob,' is the usual form ('God be  with you'). If you pass people who  are eating they will always invite you,  if only as a formal courtesy, to share  with them.  Lost!    A Station Bell  "The starting of Spanish trains, by  tlie way, requires a vast effort. First  a handbell is rung, then a large bell  is tolled. Then a shrill whistle Ib  blown, to which the engine replies  with a hoarse blast. Finally, there is  combined waving and shouting by all  the officials, amid which movement begins.  Until the handbell has been rung no  engine-driver may put on steam. At  one Junction, called Albacete, arrived  a commercial traveller one day with  half an hour's business to do in the  town. The train was scheduled to  stay only five minutes. He picked up  the handbell, put it In his overcoat  pocket, and went and did IiIb business.  At the station everyone was hunting  for the precious bell, without which  the train could not start. The traveller came back, slipped tlie bell into  its place again, jumped into his compartment, and the journey was resumed. Nobody much minded. Nobody  much minds anything in Spain. What  would annoy one elsewhere under  grey skies is turned to a joke by tlie  radiance of blue and gold in the clear,  exhilarating air. In such a climate  peevishness is impossible."  WATER NOTICE  (STORAGE)  TAKE [sfoTlCE that Washington Brown  et al, whose address is Westbank, B.C.,  will apply for a licence (or the storage of  live hundred acre feet of water out of  Jack Creek Lake, alao known as Fish  Lakes, which flows Northerly and drains  into Powers Creek, about at Gellatly, B.C.,  Lot 487, The storage dam will be located  at the outlet of the lakes. The capacity  of the reservoir to be created is about 500  acre feet, and it will flood about 50 acrea  of land. The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about quarter-mile  N.W. of S.W. Cor. L. 3479, and will be  used for Domestic and Irrigation purposes  upon the lands described as LoH 605, 806  and 486. The licence applied for is to  supplement a right to take and use water  as per Water Records Nos. 749, 751 and  992. This notice was posted on the ground  oil the 29th day of August, 1917. A copy  of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Pdrliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication ot  this notice is September 6th, 1917.  WASHINGTON BROWN ET AL,  Applicant.  42-6     WASHINGTON BROWN, Agent.  WATER  NOTICE  (STORAGE)  SCHOOL TEXT  BOOKS  We have decided to handle  Text Books and will have a  representative line (or School  opening. You will also find the  usual complete selection of  School Supplies  in all prices and qualities. Inspect our display before purchasing.  P.B.Willits��Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  ANIMALS IN WOODLOft  Permissible   only   in   Rarest  Cases���  Ground  Fire Damage  One of the most important steps  to be taken in the care of the woodlot  Is its protection from lire and animals.  Fire should never be allowed to run  through it, for not only does this destroy soedling trees and injure large  ones, but it also destroys tbe litter  and vegetable matter on the ground  and leaveB the soil exposed to the drying In'luence of the sun and wind.  Pasturing animals In tlie woodlot is  a great hindrance lo the proper devel-  c])Lient. Cattle, in addition to eating  off the tops of small trees, destroy  the undergrowth und thus allow the  sun to act on the soil and grass and  weeds to establish themselves. The  result is the larger trees begin to  Hlowly die at the top and decay Bets in.  In woodlots that have In the past  been neglected and now contain many  more or htss open and graBsy spots  it may be advisable to pasture hogs  for a time In the fall. These animals  by rooting about stir up the soil and  put it in good condition to receive  the seeds when they fall from the  trees and thus a new growth of young  trees is started.  TAKE NOTICE that Washington Brown  et al, whose address is Westbank, B.C.,  will apply for a licence for the storage of 250 acre feet of water out of  Horseshoe Lake, (until recently unnamed, which flows into Powers Creek and  drains into Okanagan Lake, about at  Gellatly, B.C., on Lot 487. The storage  dam will be located at the natural outlet  of lake. The capacity of the reservoir to  be created is about 250 acre feet, and it  will flood about 30 acres of land. The  water will be diverted from the steam at  a point about quarter-mile N.W. of S.W.  Cor. L. 3479, and will be used for irrigation and domestic purpose* upon the lands  described as Lots 805, 806 and 466. The  licence applied for is to supplement a right  to take and use water as per Water records Nos. 749, 751 and 992. This notice  waa posted on the ground on the sixth  day of August, 1917. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto  and to the "Water Act. 1914," will be filed  the office of the Water Recorder at  Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  B.C., within thirty days after tha first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of this notice is September 6th, 1917.  WASHINGTON BROWN ET AL.  Applicant.  42-6     WASHINGTON BROWN, Agent.  IN THE MATTER of the Estate of  WILLIAM SHAND, late of Okanagan  Mission, in the Province of British Columbia, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all  Creditors or other persons having any  claim or demand against the Estate of the  above deceased, who died on the Eleventh  day of June, 1916, and Letters of Administration to whose Estate was granted to  Mrs. jane Shand, of Okanagan Mission, in  the Province of British Columbia, on the  12th day of April, 1917, are required to  send in their claims to Mrs. jane Shand,  of Okanagan Mission, B.C., on or before  the thirtieth day of November, after which  date the Estate will be dealt with having  regard only to the claims and demands  then received.  Dated this Twentieth day of September,  A.D. 1917.  BURNE & WEDDELL,  Solicitors for the Administratrix.  44-8  CANADA'S AREA COMPARED  Provinces that are Vaster Than Many  a Kingdom  Tbe total area ot the Dominion ot  Canada is 3,729,666 square miles; the  total area of Europe, including the  British Isles, Is 3,800,000 square miles,  being about a third of "that of Africa,  a fourth of that of America, and a fifth  of that of Asia (17,226,890 square  miles). Canada's area Is sb great as  that of the whole continental Europe,  plus the area of England proper. Oil  tnrlo Is nearly as large as the com  bincd area of Franco and Germany  (416,220 square mileB). The area ot  Quebec is almost as great as that of  the combined areas of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, 'Holland, Belgium, Aus  liin, and Italy (708,600 square miles).  Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba  have eacb about the same area, which  is more than double that of the United Kingdom (121,600 square miles),  The area of England proper (60,861  square miles) Is almost equal to that  OI ths Maritime Provinces (61,697  square miles).  Gold and silver mines that have  been worked for more than three centuries still form the principal resources of the Mexican state of San Luis  Potosl.  China, which is believed to have the  greatest deposits of iron ore in thi  world, Is beginning to export pig' Iron.  Keep the hired man and keep th.  stock rather than nail th* stools��4  "lack" th* UsM.  WATER NOTICE  (USE AND STORAGE)  TAKE NOTICE that W. T. Ashbridge,  whose address is 195, Silver Birch Ave.t  Toronto, Ont., will apply for a licence to  take and use Twenty inches and to store  1200 cubic feet oi water out of unnamed  springs on Lot 53, Map 425, which flows  North-West and drains into Mill Creek  about Cross' Farm. The storage-dam will  be located at Lot 53, Map 425. The capacity of th. reservoir to be created is about  12,000 cubit feet, and it will flood about  4,000 square feet of land. The water will  be diverted from the stream at a point  about at the springs, and will be used for  irrigation purpose upon the land described  as Lots 53 and 54, Map 425, This notice  was posted on the ground on the I Oth day  of September, 1917. A copy of thi. notice  and an applicated pursuant thereto and to  the ".Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon,  B.C. Objections to the application may  be hied with the said Water Recorder or*  with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within  thirty day. after the first appearance of  this notice in a local newspaper. The date  of the first publication of this notice is  September 13th, 1917.  W. T. ASHBRIDGE. Applicant.  By GEORGE HARDIE, Agent.  NOTICE!  The business- men, and all  others interested, of the town  are requested to attend a meeting to be held in the Board of  Trade room, on Tue- day morning, at 10 o'clock sharp. The  object of the meeting is to discuss the reported intention of  the C.P.R. to reduce the boat  service to three trips weekly  during the winter season.  N. D. McTAVISH,   i  Secretary.  WANTED!  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin car, thoroughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.   Apply Jones' Boathouse.  2ltf  FOR SALE, pura.bred Berkshire brood  sow, in pig;  pure.bred Berkshire boar;  i also number of pigs, and pure-bred  young sow. and boars. Apply J. L.  Pridham, Kelowna. 41tf  FOR SALE, several young white York-  .hire pigs, about three month, old. A. H.  Johnston. Rutland. 45  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Any person, male or  female, wishing for work, should apply  at the office of the B.C. Evaporators,  Ltd., Caw.ton Avenue. 34tf  WANTED, immediately, eight strong boy.  for operating peeling machine.; twenty  girl, or women for trimming apples.  Apply at once Apple Evaporator.   45?  MISCELLANEOUS  TO LET���House on Stockwell avenue, 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantry.  Good shed and garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  HOUSE for rent.   Has  three  bedrooms.  Desirable  locality.   Good garden  plot.  Apply G. A. Fisher, Box 129, Kelowna.  45tf  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Ladies Wishing to Order  SPIRELLA CORSETS  ean meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  in   Room No. 1, Oak Hal) mock between the hours of 5.30 nnd 2.30 r>.m.  n Saturday of eaoh week, or at anv  ether time by appointment.  WANTED  BY THE  Okanagan  Market  The best varieties of Fall and  Winter Apples, Flemish Beau-  iv Pears, Ponds Seedling  Plums, Pumpkins, Squash,  Citrons, &c.  Our prices are the best. Phone  208 or call at our packing house on  the track near Ellis Street, s  ;yei*y 10 c  r/Q< Racket of  /   WltsONS   '  FtYFADS  ;WLLiklil MORE FLIES THAN  :h.of any /  . Clean to handle. Sold by aU Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.  YOUNG MAN, working in city, would  like'to be served with dinner each day.  excepting Sat. and Sun., at a private  house near town. Hours I till 2. Please  state terms to Box B, Record Ollice.    x  City Park Restaurant  WANTED TO BUY  Chickens        Pucks        Eggs  QUON  TAPE  P.O. Box 13 Phone 60  Corner Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  27tf  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction jSale should aee  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer       '   .  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie Block, is acting as  agent  in   Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of sale.  Phone 217  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  SYNOPSIS OV COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal raiabu rtakva tt ��ks Dominion la Mia  ivoba. Ba.katoh.win aad Allium, ta. Yuko  HsnitotT.  Has  Northwnt fasrilofiss. sad    a  onion ol  tks  rrovuua  ol   llullah  Uolumtila.  UT b. band tor a tam ol iwsntv-oo. vsura  t aa aaaaal natal ol U aa am. Not  or. tla* MOD asm trill b. Issmo) ta on.  mwrntm.  AoollasUoa lor Ik. has. start ba Mak bv  lied lot an sltuiud.  oribad  bv  noUoii oc CiU^bjMaioaa    ot  nolio.lt MstssM  ���i^ JI'SMlJ'LHJ b�� .<��wpanl��l bv a  In ol II wai* will bs phalli II tks rr.hu  njfirt for an aot aysdhbls. bat aot othar-  Iss. A royalty at.11 b. oald aa tbs msr-  baatabl. oatout ol tks salsa at tks sat. ol  v. osats osr ton.  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