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Array \C0sVXBXsiay}  XU\0tem  VOL. IX.   NO. 31.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. 1UNE 21, 1917.-4 PAGES  $1-30 Per Annum  City Council Holds  Short Session  Assessor Hands In 1917'  Assessment Roll  There was a brief special meeting of the city council Friday last  chiefly for the purpose of formally  accepting return of the assessment  roll for tlie year and arranging for  the holding of a Court of Revision  which 'will receive and consider  any complaints regarding same.  The Court will sit in the Council  Chamber on Monday, July 23rd,  1917. at 10a.m.  A letter was received from the  Okanagan Telephone Co. asking  the council to have the electric  light wires at certain street intersections raised. At these points  the electric wires cross the telephone wires and the company  desired to have a distance of five  feet between the two.  The council, however, decided  that with the information at hand  and in vievv of the fact that the  city's wires were strung prior to  the Telephone Co's system being  installed, and also as the provincial inspector of electrical energy  made no mention of the matter,  they did not feel justified in taking  any action.  An application from one of the  city staff for two weeks' leave of  absence brought up the question  of holidays, and a resolution was  passed that " all permanent employees of the city who had not  yet been granted two weeks holiday during the current year be  granted two weeks' holiday leave  without pay, they to provide suitable substitutes to be paid by the  city.  Temporary Loan By-Law No.  231 was finally passed.  Juniors Must Not Drive  The police have lately been  draw inn attention to the reckless manner in which, drivers of  automobiles and other vehicles,  but particularly Uie former, are  in the habit of rounding the  busy corners of Pendozi and  Water streets. Almost invariably the car comes close up to  the corner, the desire being apparently to cover the least possible ground. Even though this  is not Broadwffv. or Picadillv  Circus, or Hastings street, the  adherence to some kind of regulations is necessary if serious  accidents are to be avoided.  The police are keeping a lookout for the worst offenders  Another common infringement  of the law is in allowing rouug  lioys under legal age to drive  cars to their own danger and  that of all others using the  roads. According to the aot no  person under the age of seventeen years shall drive a car. .  BIRTHS  to thc  "BLACK-On June the 7th  wife of W. Black, a son.  CAMPBELL-On June 7th, to the  wife of Rev. C.Campbell, a son.  HARDING-On June the 19th. to  the wife of P. Harding, a son.  MALLET���On June the9lb, to the  wife of A. Mallet, a son.  SUMIDA���On June the 8th, to the  wife of T. Sumida, a son.  SWAINSON-On June the 8th, to  the wife of F. Swainson, a girl.  Westbank News  (From our own oorre.ii'inrteatr.  Mr. J. Dobbin Jcft on Saturday's  boat it r Penticton returning home  by motor on Wednesday.  The guests et the Lakeview  Hotel included Pte, Atkinson, Mr.  McDonald and Mr. Hamilton of  Kelowna.  Mrs.    Bughman   of     Penticton  motored up to Westbank this week  Will Connect Ferry  Wharves By 'Phone  Board of Trade Agitation Successful���Proposal to Bring  Indians in (or Harvesting  for Ifced Cross or other patriotic  purposes they should be loaned  ftee of charge. ft  finally a resolution was passed that ihe lied Cross and other  patriotic societies be given ihe  use oi the chairs free. To these  was added the Hospital, and, at  Mr. Bailey's suggestion, tlie A.  and T. Association. ' All   t iher  societies,     including   churches,  {would   be   required  to"pay   a  ihe  monthly meeting oi   the sn*11  Ie��i   the money colluded  ^^^^^^ boatd ol trade i.uc:,cUy evening be"*K f>**sxc\ ����� a lund to   keep  to stay a lew days; while here she'was not quite so well aitenueu 1W chatfs in repair. It was alt-  was rhe gues! of Mrs. Blackwood. as usual, proDabiy owing io Uie erwards decided that this must  The recruiting officer wa. herei""1^ attraction oi the Red be subject to the approval ot the  Friday and Saturday last. He sure, ^O** musicale. There was a  had a lonely time of it as the boys ^ aumuer  had already gone, and the ranchers  cannot even get labourers. ^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^mm^mmmmmmf  A  report  Irom the executive hy the executive and passed   by  committee   reviewed   the steps the board that the regular meetr  ....      ,.   .    ...        | wiuch had been taten with   tlie W�� be   suspended  during    the  this   week helping  Mr. Steele  to vlew ol staining tue connection hot weather, lo assemble again  /���Ijtari    Sir*        th*        ,lr,������o.^,.,. ���v.~a-_!_1 " - Ti^MaSalalalalala'ss^Balalalala'sa'saS.I^B sata^salalalalaB  Formers'   Institute,   who   had  present, howevu, tewed   the   building and iunu-  the   presiueut, Mr. H. i'. itees,;tttte'  occupying the chair. I   A recommendation was  made  The fire  wardens from  Vernon J ^vkvw    .��,.,.�����.    ���.t ���  and Penticton were in the  district I wulch had been taken with  ��� i     ���,   - -   ,-, iv.cw ui uubauuug uie connecui  Cleanup  the  dangerous   material ' biaweul boat and train ut l'��  along the Ferry road. |Uclon wJllcll ^ ^ ^   sujj.|  at the call of the executive  Attention was drawn  to   the  Mr.  T. McAlpine  and   family'***   ol   much   local agitation fact   that   several of the posts  were  visitors  here on  Saturday lately. ! supporting the building.had rot-  with Mr.E.Stuart and family, le-v- A petition in duplicate w-stedoutandneededreplacmg.lt  ing by motor in the evening for' prepared, addled lo the C. P. was decided to authorize the  Summerland. '    K. gad *.. V. It., sinned by over committee   to  have   this work  '400   residents ui Keluwi.il   and done.  Messrs. McUonald and Hamilton d^mc.^   vv.ii.'.ank, and i'ui.'ii I   Applications   for membership  of  the   B.C. Growers  Kelowna, i^^   ^ ^f/^ita m ���.c .rd  were   received  from A. L,. Bal-  were interviewing   the    ranches wllh instructions   to   Mr.' dock and J. Galbraith. and were  Monday   night, re the   purchasing ^^  wJl0 j^ hauded it    to accepted  ol their truit this season. the UansportaUon commit ice of    xhe   agitation for the placing  Mr. McAlpinr, and Mr. Stuait, the Vancouver .Board of Trade,'o{ a ma^ ciet�� Upon the K. V.  engineers, were here by an ap- through which channel it was �� trains which had originated  pointment wilh a delegation to presented to the C. 1'. R.. The rrom tie Nelson board of trade  view   the   wharf which has   been report from Mr. .Ueeson had not  mmlJJJJmmmM  ��� ���~ ��� was renewed, and the resolution  severely damaged, and to see if it been favorable, and stated   tliat committee instructed to prepare  could not be enlarged, at the same j Mr. Peters held out no hope  ol a resolution to be forwarded to  time as repaired. 'granting the request at present. tue post office department, the  Itisnotalwavnthe   cu.orit that I   Consideration  had been given Hon_    Martin   Burrell, and Mr.  fhis week. Some dogs do all the !* to ft ����?* �� ***����> enay. It was pointed out that  barking a'passing motors etc., while Commissioners, but t was b�� flot only would thls ^Wpve lhe  Cecil Clarke's was just crossing the fUV df"d(ia n0k to.d.u lUl:" U ' mail service, but would result  road and was run over by a pas- ,Co *��*����* '���onfer with the rail- m a wing of time on the tram  sing motor and i. now in the Can- waV officials, it being lelt that (rom Vancouver to Penticton,  ine Hospital at Trepanier, making Vf^lf '"ore might b<5 aceoin- tmls hejpine the cause oi secur-  slow progress toward recovery.     ;Pushed by piesjlttg cm uvva covj mg ^e j^ded connection there.  |directly and discussing   it   ter-, Hereron   urged   the  Miss F. L. Witworth the tea her sonaUy with the . rmpiwtes. Ac I   **���   m- J*",T ,.:*��� to turn  at Trepanier school gave We.tb.nk cordingly lhe presiOAlt and Mr   busmess men ol the city to lurn  Rutland News  a real treat on Saturday last, whi  sl-e   brought a team   of   basebi  Mr. J. Wallace returned Monday  from the Hot Springs much benefitted by the treatment.  Mrs. J. M. Lynch, of Smithers,  B.C., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Schofield, with whom she expects  to stay for some time.  Mr. and Mrs. Schofield and Mrs.  Mugford wish to thank the many  friends for their kind expressions  of sympathy shown in their sad  bereavement.  The Baptist ladies of Rutland  are arranging to hold a strawberry  and ice cream social in the near  future in aid ot the church in town.  Miss Cunnins, who was recently  operated on at the Kelowna hospital for tonsilitis, is repotted to be  nearing convalesence.  The Girls' Club will hold a social  evening next Wednesday at Mrs.  Elliott's to bid farewell to Miss  Quinn and Miss Farriss who are  leaving.  Miss Edna Magee left Saturday  foi the coast, where she will attend  summer school at Victoria before  returning to her duties at the  school.  An ice cream social is being arranged for the 26ih at the Rutland  Presbyterian church. Ice cream,  strawberriee, candy, tea and cake  will be on sale and a programme  is being prepared.  The Women's Institute had a  gr od meeting last Thursday afternoon, when the members did sewing for the Red Crosr. During the  afternoon Mrs. Maxwell gave an  interesting reading entitled Socks,  and Mesdames Leithead and Price  gave a violin and piano duet  " Scotch Airs," and Miss Craig  gave a reading on " The Scot."  Afternoon tea was served by Mrs.  L. Cross and realized   $3.50 while  ,   ...    , .,      .   ,   ,    oUt    to   the   B. C. Dairymen's 'the collection for prisoners of war  J. W.Joneswere delegated   to^.^   ^   ^  give   the amoun���d to $5.  visit   Penticton for the W��ot* .y*���"?^^ W1.lcame to the I .    ,     ,       ,  Miss Ruby  Elliott  figured  in a  nasty mnaway accident last Friday   ��� . _,    �� ^-."- ��"��-�� r"honor- afternoon   though   fortunately es-  ,.    capt'ain of the "Sicamous"    to  a discussion on the time nonw   ^.^ ^ notnirB wor,e that a  a most exciting gar. ewitne sued by 'ascertain if the proposals   were|cd subject of Mission i-reex.ano ^^ 8llaki|lg   she had driven in  parents and friends alike the Mies r���������jt,i^     r.. ..:.>.. -t *���--: 'the damage done by Its periooi-        ^e crearnery and   was   waiting  cal overflow.    He said that  up ^^.^ ^ ^ ret(jrn o, her can  sKc   brought a team   of   baseball; ^i'' Plitfctc^^  player? composed of her scholars ������!   interviewing the superinten- j visitors a hearty welcome ut u��  wilh   herself as  captain (ami   she dent   0| the K. V. R., and also 'frv"' . .f  mrl<e8   a Hor��d one)   t- play   the discussing the matter with   the I    Mr. h.  V. Rogers brougnt up  ���,.i.���r.. r��/-..i���L ��� i���i  ��'.-        '      ��� ^^^  scholars ofWestbank school. Af  ,,.,,, .   . es feasible.   In view of their report  ?1 ,t "!:1"..8!.VJ !,E? 'I??*; It   was   decided to still further  press the matter.  Announcement was made that  the agitation of the board for a  connection'  between  to the present we had been try- Jhg Wse eh<. WB8 driving wa,  ing to get the work of repauing ntt\tttt possibly alarmed by  and temporary fixing tacked on (,, ^.^ o[ (he machinery wbich  to the Public Works department ^ funning ���, tnr ,ime. Miss  whereas it was, by reason ol the E||;ott nr|d it in we|| for a time  damage   done   to   surrounding but fina||y ,he amma| lool, a ���0tion  [land a matter properly Ior  tne        n   ��� rour<j -uti,jenly and  L. tt^ ^U~..-1.S' sraaaaaaraa���   ^^^^  to the visitors and alll'who wiahed  to avail themselves ol it, about   60  persons   doii p so, and then   gave  the   visilors   a   hearty    send   off. ,  The teams were a, follows:   West- telephone  ,     i    r. cd i     .\ the two ferry wharves on oppo-  bank;   Ceorge   E    Brown   (capt.) .���� 0J the lake fcld been  catcher.   Robert   Hewlett, pi cher, oll'c    ol~,    "     . mrm..ll.li      W.   Brown,   2nd   has,    Howard W* �� 1'ui.lk the district should endeavor   to ;���g M���  E1|io���   ut intoa luxuriant  Jones, 3sd bate, W.llie B Co e, ^. d"^wed Ute coitnei-.tion Vet a substantial appropnatwn bed of thistle, vhich.hrc.y mam-  short stop Herbert C. Hetvlet, le , Works ^Soiedat wee. jfrom that department in order tain, , that poi , jhe horse con-  freld.   Ralph    Jones    right   field. WWW MiWg  U. , more permaJaent improve- ,inu,d 1o rnn w ,h the overturned  BES^ ��^5: SUS loSiHlnd      by S? Bank'oi  suggested"that if a steam shovel leaving  the   rig   and  harness  could    be   put to work clearing fragments.    It   was  finally caught  this out, sufficient road piaterial rear   the   pumping   station   and  Drought   3sd base Ned  Dsnught board had been seeking lift*/ >ua-  centre field, Miss Betty  Buchanan tion.   From a letter written oy  ier, Mr.   Jones   making a   capital loops it was apparent that   the tfcuk    OB���   �������JBST He sug-' 0  ..mnirs. matter had been under consider- and twentv leet wiae     r�� buk ( __o  UrnP'r'- CuonbyOte different companies gested that a committee b,,  ap-   �� concerned  for   sometime,   but pointed   to consider ways   and     Mr. Maniy Byms left this week  that owing to present conditions! means of lay^^ wgm�� f - - -  idea  of effecting per- ��� ay'  Miss Bateman, af Vancouver  is visiting at the home of Mrs  G. Barrat, of Glenn avenue.  s of laying tne matter oe- forHa|cyon'Hot Springs for a .hort  it was unlikely that'any of  the,fore   the   department of Lands ^  necessary stretches ot  ����w  line j with   the  Six  Iwould be built.   It was pointed Imanent improvement,  'out that it was at present pos-    Mr. J. W, Jones, M.P.P.. who  hundred   million dollar,'����.   to    ta^_ tlirough _to_ the |WaS   present   at   the   meeting   ^_^^^^_^^^^^_^^^     ^^^^ i     .  ssatsaaa     , ������� ivtrs. MeiKie ana ine t  ���.��   "-j"-*���   '"ZlZTnt coast irom Vernon via OroviUc. !said that the problem^ Mission       k w ;    .ftcr  for aeroplanes will be asked   of d Be]iins,lvw,   but Creek   had been one of the first r��ac  Congress in a new appropriation ^ . ^ h d t ^ ��aV0rable, things he had taken up when he  bill to be introduced in a Um.<^������� *j, ^ be{ore itlwentRt0 victoria. He had found  d^vs- 'could be done. Ithe   minister   of   pubUc works  Mrs. Richard was a passenger to  Vancouver  Wednesday.  Mrs. Meikle and the boys came  ^        i visit to  Summerland.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Baldock returned,   Wednesday,   after   spending  War Claims AootSier Local  Boy Id G, Packer  The casualty list during thc week  tells of the death of one of Kelowna's old-timers in the person ot  Pte, Geo. Packer, another of the  172nd boys to lose his life in the  great struggle. It is Some twenty-  four or five years since Pte. Packer  came to Kelowna from Bardadoes  in the West Indies, long before Kelowna as a city was thought of, and  he has taken part in many of the  earlier activities of the district. He  was one of the first lo take up  ranching at Okanagan Mission, and  though he sold the original place  he was still, st the time of his  death, owner of a residence on the  lake shore there. He was one of  original paitners in the firm of  Crowley & Co., butchers, though he  sold out his connection several  years ago. At the time of enlistment held the post of game warden,  which he was well qualified to fill.  He was very keen at all forms of  sport, particularly iquaiir, being at  one time the holder of the Ladies  Sailing cup in connection with the  regatta.  He was well known and a general favourite amongst the elder  residents of the district, and his  loss will be keenly felt.  He was a batchelor and had no  family connections in the neighbourhood, hia people being mostly  residents in the West Indies and in  England.  Correspondence  The Editor, Kelowna Record.  Dear Sir, ���May we bring to the  attention of your readers the lact  that the Kelowna Farmers'Institute  needs members and also needs  subscriptions in order to carry on  successfully. Last year our membership was 161, but so many  members h;.ve gone overseas or  otherwise left the district, that our  numbers as* greatly reduced. The  Provincial Government give* a  capitation grant on all membership  subscriptions paid by the end of  June. These subscriptions can be  paid to the secretary any afternoon  at the Board of Trade Rooms or to  any of the directors of the Institute.  The Farmers' Institute is trying  to serve the district in many ways;  to assist in overcoming the labour  shortage we have organized a  Local Labour Exchange, which will  'be useiul in so far as farmers and  others make use of it. Each year  we arrange fruit parking schools,  pruning schools and crop competitions and assist in organizing  meetings in the interests of agriculture and we feel that our usefulness  will be in proportion to the amount  of interest-and support given to the  Institute. It is hoped thnt old  members will renew their subscriptions before the end of this month  and also help by pursuaciing new  members to join.  Yours Faithfully,  THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE  FARMERS' INSTITUTE  The juvenile portion of the pop _  ulation    are   all   excitement   this  week over the  announcement that  Thecalling of a public meeting' totally unaware of the situation' two weeks at Vernon  for   purpose   of discussing   the never having beep in the district  Hon. W. J. Hanna, formerly.]  provincial secretary of Ontario,  and still a member dfthe Ont  ario. government, will be food  controller for the Dominion of  Canada.  High School crriuilum , was He had called in the department  handed over to the ochool engineers to explain the matter,  a circus is to visit Kelowna. Such Bo.ard t��? th,e Citv Council, it t��� spite of the fact that coin- Un town to-day  a thing has never been here before ibemK "^ J*��t �� was not for plaint was made of the shortuge  and few ofthe youngsters have|tne boa��� t0 take the initiative 0{ fun(iSi Mr. Jones had urged  ever experienced the creepv thril' ,in a "latter of that kind. that the creek be at least clear-  with which one views the ponder-1   A   statement   of the member- d 0f stumps and rubbish  The  Rev.   Mr.   Scott   and    his  wife, of Peachland,  were  visitors  The Russian Duma in secret  session has passed.a resolution ^_^^_^^_^^^_^^_^^_  for an immediate offensive uvj c Rom and fhe Ke|owna  the Russian troops. The resoln- Fmt^ Draf( which being rr.  tion declares a separate peace crui|ed h:re tWn w���k received  with Germanv or prolonged m-lune).pe(.t,c; orders to p.oceed to  activity on the battle front to ^^^^^^  be ignoblu.treason towards Ram  sia's allies. 1  ou. movements of the elephant, or shlP and finances showed that  fed him candies to receive in re-[With the addition of two mw  turn a slimy deposit on the-palm [members the number on Uie roll  of the hand. And tnen the camels'now stood at 86. There was -x  and the monkeys and the lions and balance in hand and due to the  the tigers���phew I gee whiz I  unexpected  to the coast, and leave by' o-inorrow  morning's boat.  balance in hand and due to  board in rent of $314.4').  Considerable discussion took  place regarding the lending out  of the chairs belonging to the  board. A proposal to make a  small charge to borrowers to  cover the cost of renewals and  repairs was hotly denounced !.v  Mr. E. R. Bailey, who contended that when they were ne;ded  As most people here were a-  war*;. the creek bed was gradually filling with gravel near the  month, causing tne water to  overflow and flood the lowlting  lands. During the past week or  two a perfect river of water had  been flowing over the road and  through the S."K. T,. meatus.  Four different engineers had riven reports on the problem, Jut  the government seemed to hold  the view that the prop;'H own-  JOsaSaaeaf �� P��S�� ��,��  The annual meeting of the Kelowna Creamery is to be held next  Monday the 25th in the Board of  Trade rooms. The results of the  Creamerye's operation during the  past twelve months have been very  satisfactory.  The hens are still laying in aid  of the hospital according to Mr. C.  Dark and since last Saturday 41  dozen eggs and 25c have been  handed in at his store for the hospital. Much comment was made  by the local professors on the  splendid quality of the eggs donated, and the Hospital authorities  wish to heartily thank the donors.  Dairymen's Convention  Starts To-morrow  All arrangements are now  completed for the Dairymen's  Convention which is to be 1-eld  here tomorrow and Saturday.  The visitors from the coast will  be met at Summerland and  brought bv car to Kelowna, the  first meeting being held in the  Board of Trade room at n..V��.  It is unnecessary to point  out that the meetings will be; of  a highly educational character  to all interested in any branch  of the dgirving industry. Vull  details will be found by consulting one of the programmes, a  supply of which is on hand at  the Board of Trade room.  Word has been received of the  death at his home in California,  of Mr. Hutchings, for several  years on the staff of Messrs.  Stirling and Pitcairn. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECOED  Thursday, June 21st, 1917.  s s . s .. s ��� .  "    PROFESSIONAL AND    ������  **     " BUSINESS CARDS      "  1 ���#..��.������ ����� m ��� ���������������"  -��������������'���'��������'.��"������ ���'"  KELOMNH RECORD  Published ovsry Thursday st Kelowna,.  British Columbia  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  G. C. Weddell.     ���    Joint P. Burne.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  HH.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  teceive   pupils  as   before in his studio-  Trench -Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Buildings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C.E,  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Work*  .Applications (or Water Licenses  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 & 216 Room l,L��chie Bib.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND  CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  J. GALBRAITH  ; Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81 Kelowna, B.C. I  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  Having   gone  into the  dairy  business we want your trade,  and are prepared  to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  Japan Rice  Aj an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  1 ry our newly-arrived,clean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone   112  G.W.CUMIMAM  .������aft    .i        ��������������� "         AUCTIONEER  and  'General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Fcedi Always  ���in-Stock-  Next to' the' C.P.'R. wharf,  Kelowna  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and I*roprietor  subscription rates  11.50    per    year;    76c.    sli    mooths.   United  NUtes SO cents additional.  AU lubBorlDtions parable in advance  Subscribers at ths regular rate ran have  -tlra par*T* mailed lo Irienrls a* a distance  tit  MAT.P BATE.  i.e.. 75 oents per r**x.  This snet-ial i.riyilete is Emitted lor tbs  tmrpoas o( advertising the rilv Mid district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. i;5  cents Der column inch per veek.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTTCES-80 dars. 15:  60   davs  17.  WATER  N0TICES-S9 for five insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Flrst insertion. 12  centa per line; eacb subsequent insertion. *  cents  per  line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 reals  ner word first Insertion, I cent per word  each subgeauent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS- Two inches  and under. 50 cents per inch first insertion  over two inches 40 cents per inch firet insertion: 20 centn per incb each subsequent  insertion.  All changes in contract advertisements mast  be in the bands of the printer b.r Tuesday  evening to ensure . publication id the tieit  issue.  NEW FISHERY REGULATIONS  HIT KICKANINNY FISHING  If some new amendments to the  B. C. Fisheries Regulations issued  a few weeks ago are to be taken  literally (and we understand they  are) the time honoured sport of  "kickaninny" fishing is to become  a thing of the past.  For years past it has been the  annual custom for men and boys  to hie themselves to the creeks  during the run of these tasty little  fish, and paddling in the shallow  water to scoop them out with nets.  Not a few families have been able  in this way, and by afterwards salting them down in crocks and  barrels to lay aside quite a considerable addition to the food supply  for thc winter mouths.  The favourite method for catching them has been for a party of  three or four to co-operate, one to  hold a big net generally made of  small mesh wire netting, while the  others chase the shoals of fish  into it with sticks. Small bo. b have  become expert in the use of long-  handled "gaff," a sharp hook made  of heavy wire tied to a long stick.  Some people have even gone to the  length of damming across a narrow  place in the creek thus making lhe  capture a practical certainty.  All these methods, according to  the new regulations are declared to  be illegal, and to render those  practising them liable to heavy  penalties.  According to instructions received by inspectors the regulations  are to be strictly enforced.  While all these implements are  very clearly prohibited in the notices posted up, the Canadian  Gazette of April 14th, 1917, contains the following especial reference to the "little Red Fish or  so-call��d Kohanee," which is what  we call " Kickaninny."  (a) Fishing  with   nets  in the  Be a Volunteer - Not a Conicrip!!  Loggers, Teamsters,  Sawmill Men and  Handy Men  You are needed for the  Canadian  Foresters  0  Be one of the thousands of industrious  workers in the auxiliary  services who  era helping to  win the war  JOIN THE  Kelowna Forestry Draft  C.E.F.  An Okanagan Unit for Okanagan Men  Officered by Okanagan old. (finera. Same  Cay, allowances and pensions as other  ranches of the Canadian Expeditionary'  Force. Extra working pay can be earn,  ed overseas by specially skilled men.  Physical standard easy, minor defects  do not bar. Age limits between 18 and  48. Draft will leave for Overseas as  soon as total strength of % is reached.  Apply to  Gapt. G. C. ROSE,  O.C. Kelowna Forestry Draft, C.E.F.,  Kelowna, B.C.  30-2  non-tidal waters outside the railway belt is prohibited except  under licence from the Provincial Commissioner of Fisheries,  (c) . . . and gill nets and drag  seines (may be authorized) for  the capture of the little Red Fish  or so-called Kokanee in Okanagan, Arrow and Kootenay  Lakes.  A gill net is to be not more  than two hundred yards long (l)  and with a mesh of not less than  three inches extension measure,  while a drag seine is to be not  longer than one hundred yards  and with mesh not less than two  inches extension measure. The  licence fee in each case is to be  one dollar.  As no one possesses any such  nets here, or is likely to procure  them, the thing resolves itself into  this, that Kickaninnies can not be  caught except with a rod and line  in the usual way, and this is the  interpretation placed upon it by  Mr Geo. Gartrell, of Summerland,  rvho is Fisheries inspector for the  district.  This sounds like an absurdity,  because anyone will tell you that  Kickaninnies will not oblige by  swallowing a baited book, and  that one might as well try to catch  them with a lariat as with a rod  and line.  It is not generally known, however, that this is denied, and indeed it is not in accordance with  Mr. Garlrell's own experience for  no longer ago than last Thursday  he saw an Indian on Nicola lake  catching Kickaninnies with ordinary trout hooks.  Mr. Gartrell states that he was  naturally interested and asked to  be shown how it was done. The  method of baiting was explained  to him and in a very short time be  had caught some fifteen himself.  ���And what do you think the bait  was? Mr. Kickaninny surely must  be a dainty feeder when he is  tempted only by such invalid diet  as���ante' ��ggs .wrapped in wild  rose leaves I The Indians tie a  short piece of thread to the hook.  Then they take a few eggs drop  them into a rose petal, which is  folded up, and the whole wrapped  around with string and so attached  to the hook, which is of course  concealed within this egg sand'  wich. If anyone should try the  experiment here we would like to  know the result.  This unexpected prohibition of  a custom years old will undoubtedly be resented. Indeed it ia difficult to see the precise object of it.  On the other hand it is claimed  that the wholesale methods used in  catching the fish at spawning time  are rapidly reducing their number*  It would help matters perhaps to  hear the views of some of the. old  timers on this point.  Orders by command for week  ending 30th of June 1917.  DUTIES: Orderly patiol for  week, Eagles; nextfor duty, Beavers.  PARADES: The combined  troop will parade at the club room  on Friday the 29th of June, at 7.15  p.m. in full uniform with staves.  This will be the laat parade before  camp and all scouts must report as  to their equipment.  The patrol leaders and seconds  will meet on Saturday, the 30th  instant to make final arrangements  for camp, the time of meeting will  be announced later.  Every scout in the troop has  now been.given a list of what ia  required to take to camp, and if  you are needing any further equipment get the same immediately  because unfortunately all icout  material is rapidly advancing in  price.  We have a sample of the jaarkey  canteen at the scout master's office  which you should see before ordering the regular billy can.  -K>-  Joseph Begin, the editor of a  French-Canadian journal is advocating the sep-rration of Quebec from tbe confederation.  There will be three competitions  at camp for which prizes will be  given ; first, for the beat 10 pictures,  second, for the best rough sketch  rnap of' the site arid third for the  best diary of the camp. 'The map  will be accepted for the first class  test, and every scout must keep a  camp diary "whether he proposes  to enter the "competition or not.  To decide'the colour patrol for the  year, a great deal will depend upon  the standing of each patrol in  camp. There will of course, be  the usual daily tent and kit inspection. Last year the Wolves outshone the other patrols in this  respect, but it does not necessarily  follow they can repeat this year.  We have decided to have a cook  for the whole camp, instead of each  patrol cooking for itself and have  endeavoured to get in touch with  Sam Sue who made a name for  himself laat year. He is ranchinc  at Okanagan Centre though and  may not be able to getaway. What  are. we going to do then? "Wanted  one good camp cook."   *  We have received a,very nice  letter from Colonel Perry of the  B.C. Horse, in which he kindly  agrees to lend us some tents, and  to Kelp us in any way he can, also  giving us his' best wishes for  successful camp.  Summerland troop are giving  their annual entertainment on Friday of this week 22nd instant, and  through A.S.M. Harris have given  us all a hearty invitation to be  present. If they were only a little  nearer to us we would go down  there in force, but it's a long, long  trail.  ���' We were beginning to think our  kit bags were hardly large enough  to hold all our troubles when we  heard some one else had located  our proposed Cedar Creek campsite ahead of us, but they will probably be kind and obliging enough  to move a little bit further off.  We have heard from oar late  A.S.M. Mr Keown in England who  sends his kindest remembrances to  you all. His address is "No. 507,-  676, Sapper T. H. Keown, Canadian Engineers, Signals, Crow-  borough Camp, Susses." Write to  him.  1 have had over 2l years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture; and this experience iu  ^ at your disposal. It means-belter  ~ results from your auction sales.  AoyOtM wishing toaffsnge. for an  Auction Sale should see  or  write  G. H. KERR  '  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  \   trtfr. CvG. BUCK     lb  Room   I, Leckie  Block, is acting 'as  agent in Kelowna. ond will make id)  arrangements for conducting of sales  .     Phone. 217  Every day the streetcar strike  lasts the city of Vancouver i is  lrjsinp; f ioo a'tlay in percentages  from the 'company. On'i&e other hand the jitneys are reaping  a rich harvest. Many are'said  to be clearing as much as f 40 a  day.  Food speculators have been  tpking ��50,000,000 a mouth from  the American people for the last  five months, fl. C. Hoover told  the senate in explaining the purposes of the food ctntrol bill  now before Congress.  tPatstist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  i*m*mr*m*m*ss*m**t*m*ki*ss*Ss*)s*s,  The Ford Is Economical  THE average man can  easily afford a Ford  car.   It it the most  inexpensive car to drive.  20 to 25 miles on a gallon  of gasoline is an every-day  occurence. 33 miles is frequently reported by Ford  owners. Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar  are not unusual. The car is  light in weight, and tires give  more mileage on a Ford than  on any other car.  You can buy a Ford for  yourself and one for your wife  for the price of one car at  $1000. You can run both  Fords at about the same-expense as for one large, heavier car.  You can always sell a 'used'  Ford at a good price. You  have to accept a big reduction for a " used "* larger car.  Go and take a ride in the  1917 model. See. how comfortable it is. And stylish,  ~ too���stream line effect, tapered hood, crown fenders, beautiful finish, You need one  for business. Your wife and  children need one for pleasure and health.  Ford Motor Company of Canada,  Limited, Ford. Ontario  Over 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada  THE MORRISON-THOMPSON HDWE. CO., LTD, Loot! Dealer.  ���  Printed Butte  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who sell butter either  to lata stores or privately, an required to have  it properly covered ia  a wrapper on which  MUST appear ia pro-  minentletterathe'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Ths fact is also emphasized that all butter  in auch packages must  be of tha full net weight  of sixteen ounces, sad  in default of aame a  fino of horn $10 to J30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  mast be so labelled  ���van when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains ita label  though it be mixed  with the creamery pro-  duet.  You can be supplied  with neatly-printed  wrappers for your  butter atthe Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100PA,15ctJorNC$1.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3,15  4.50  These prices Include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the 'purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please'note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price, of butter  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say tbis supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there ia no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Reeca^l Thursday, June iist, 1917.  JCSL0WNA  UtCOfea  cm  !S3P*  ��ws?3es*  ff)U  -j��j-j,|i    inn  t;  &��**-**��*  Summer Knit  Underwear        _ ���.   ~tt~~t--t��� , ;���    :       ���"'      ���^^_^==;===^-  YOU cannot do better than buy (your Sum pier  TJnderwenYTiere."���" We  have   excellent  values  and an extensive variety of different grades for you to  select from.   . '���' ���  Cotton Knit Combinations  35c to $1.50  Fine Knit Drawers of excellent value.........35c to 55c  Ladies' Vests, ranging in prices from.........15c to$l.50 '  Children's Vests and Drawers  frdni ...15c to!35c  Hosiery Wotfh  ���MM  nee  Phone 361  Excellent values in Hos-  tery are now in stock,  We have a large variety of  Black, White and Colours,  : in all  sizes, Silk, Cotton  .  and Lisle...30c to $1.65 pr.  Keiowna  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00.; Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  ���*T; W.HAUG >*��-  BANKQFMONTREAL  BSTAS3USUE9 MS YEARS USaMSU)  ���  Capita. Paid up      ���      $16,000,000  Rest      ���    ���    -    - MW0O.0O0  Total Assal. (April 1817) 38*3,805,887  .:/��.  Regular deposit* in die  Bank oi Montreal will soon  put you in position to  purchase Dominion Government War 5a^ngs Certifi-  cates, and also help to win  the war.  BEAD OfFICC, MOWTRSAL.  *>  ii  I  R. CLARKE,  Supt.. British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  P.   DoMonlrn,   Manager,   Kelowos  Breach,  8RAflCHlS IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT    ,  AnsilrsDi,     .     Ptslktss,     ���  EsaVsr. ���      Princ��t��n.      -      Vsmss.     ~:   T-*.  T/teKECOWNA THEATRE  ''. m 4  ,.������-������   -\i  Saturday (June 23rd)���A fine Triangle Drsmaand a Triangle-  Keystone Comedy.      ^       *?   W % ����'  Tuesday���"Her Maternal Rights," With ffittf Gordon.   The  most magnificently-gowned woman on the screen.  Thursday���" The Iron Claw "; a Pathe drama and a corned v. '.  COMING-" The Making of a Boy ScoutB  Two Shows, 7.30 ft 9, Matinee Saturday.   Admission, 20c & 10c  Pictures Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  Doors Windows Shingles  Puces right.       Doliverr prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES - Mai.aging-Dir.clor  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  tyt. and Mrs. Kitson left Saturday  afternoon on a visit to Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Fasciaux left  Saturday atternoon on a visit to  Harrison Hot Springs.  Provincial Constable Graham  has ��een appointed collector of  the poll tax which has been recently re-imposed on those who pay  no other taxes.  The United Presbyterian and  Methodist Sunday-schools picnic  which was postponed from May  24th, will take place on Dominion  Daly, July 2nd,toDilworth'a Grove,  starting from Knox Sunday-school  hail at 10 o'clock. All arrangements as before.  Mr. Hopkins, the teller of the  Ideal Sank of Montreal staff, left  Saturday for Montreal having.been  transferred to that city from Kelowna. He will be missed by a  large circle of friends here who  much regretted his departure after  a stay of six years, whilst the tennis  club will lose an energetic secretary.-   I  There is prevailing good humour  even on the firing line as witnessed  by a letter received this week from  Serg, A. J. Clarke, written otter a  spell in the trenches. He says the  bojs were being served wilh some  small luxuries kindly donated by  the Red Cross ladies, amongst  which was a quantity of 'books,  each man receiving one. The book  he got Was that very authentic and  widely-read volume " Ho*r; to JBe  Happy Though Married I "-irony I  The Right Rev. A. J. Doulli D.D.  Bishop of Kootenay, will visit this  parish, arriving by the afternoon  boat on ..Saturday, 23rd inst, On  Sunday he will officiate at both the,  8 and 11 o'clock services at St.  Andrew's, Okanagan Mission, and  will preach at evensong (7.30) in  the parish church. During his stay  he will be the guest of Mr. St. G. P.  Baldwin, Okanagan Mission.  Musicale in AM Red Cross  I A most pleasing and attractive  open air concert was given Tuesday evening at thc Aquatic Pavilion  in aid of the local Red Cross funds.  The evening was a delightful one,  with a' cool breeze blowing in from  trie1 lake, and a very pretty picture  was presented os the Chinese lanterns'which decorated the-pavilion  were lighted,'and'their 'Colors re-  flectedin the cool water.  I There' /was a considerable  attendance and the musical  programme was a complete success.  In the'first part'Miss Denison  opened with a pianoforte selection,  while solos were rendered by Mias  Mowbray, Mrs. Seaman, Mrs. Am  bier, Mrs. Tronwith, Mr. Grant  Ferrier andMr. Atkinson. Messrs.  H.T.Boyd and Drury Price also  gave a clever violin and pianoforte  selection. In the second part Miss  A. Burne, Mrs. Hayman, Mrs. Harvey, and Mrs. Tully (Ellison) sang,  the latter especially winning great  approval with her Irish songs. Mr  Bromley Browne, Mr. Atkinson  and Mir. Shaw,, a!��o spng. Altogether the evening was a v^'ry  successful one, antfreflected great  credit upon those ladies who had  been active in arranging this means  of replenishing the funds of the  Red Cross.  GREASE AND OILS PREST-O-LITE Fjrch.n��.  *eHAS. E. SMITH ***  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  FREE AIR SERVICE TIRES. ��"  Ph���n��: Office 232; Hour* 236 ^*  TOR SALE  ! Fait Driving Mare  Breeding the best you can get  SIRE  ; iCapt. Brino, 2:07J. by Wild-  brino, -2:194, by Hambrino,  2:211, by Edward Everett, 2:46  Capt. Brino's dam is by  a son of Red Wilkes, 2:40,  sire of Ralph Wilkes, 2:062,  Red Wilkes, 2:40, is by Geo.  Wilkes, 2:22.  Note-Cept. Brino, 2:071, is th*  fastest record standard-bred stallion  . in the interior of British Columbia.  Ha ia the air* of Mabel C. 2:11)  I and Lady Louise. 2:16).  DAM  A roars thst was brought out  from Gnelph, Ont., bred from standard bred atock sad very  speedy.  , Her owner stated that ah* had trot.  : ted to a buggy in batter  than three  : minutes.  This mar* ia 5 years old, sound,  stands about lSJ hands, weighs  about 11:50, color light bay, drives  single and d ouble, vary showy under th* saddle, and aa her breading shows th* bast you could get  for a brood mar*. Sh* is the fast-  ' est trotting mar* in this diatrict.  HAROLD N. DeHART  Mr. Geo. Whelan left yesterday  for a visit to the coast  Mr, and Mrs. G. H Dunn left  Tuesday afternoon for a short holiday at the coast.  Miss Winter was a passenger to  Victoria Tuesday.  Miss Nettie Harvey left Monday  for a visit to Canmore Alta.  Mr. Fred Stirling, C.P.R. district  genera! freight agent at Nelson was  in town for a few days this week.  Mr. J. C. Stockwell returned  Monday from a visit of several  months to eastern points.  The Baptist Sunday-school will  hold its annual outing on Monday,  July 2nd. No decision has been  made yet as to wheie the day will  be spent.  ��� The Oddfellows are holding their  annual Decoration Service next  Sunday at the cemetery. Lodge  members and visiting brethren are  invited to meet at the lodge room  at 2.30 sharp.  The usual monthly Church of  England service will be held at  Rutland, on Sunday, 24th inst., at  3 o'clock p.m.  0  Mr. C. Urquhart left this week  for Vernon where he has enlisted  with the B. C. Horse. He expects  to get transferred to the C.A.M.C  later.  Invitation is extended to members of the Kelowna Oddfellow and  Rebekah Lodges, their families  and visitors to attend the picnic to  be held down the lake next Thursday afternoon (28th). Please be  at the ferry wharf' at 12.30 and  ladies���the baskets, please I  v .   ���  A strawberry fete will be held  under the auspices "of the senior  and junio branches of the Wo.  mans' Auxiliary of St. Michael's  church on the spacious grounds of  the residences of Mesdames Dinger  and Temple, on Saturday, July 30.  This being the first affair of its kind  for the season the ladies hope for  a good attendance. Proceeds will  be used for parochial expenses.  ���     O������i   Entries Good For Crop  Competitions  The Farmers' Institute crop com.  petitions in this district are coming  along well and good entries are  reported to have been made, competitors being as follows: Onions.  T. W. S. Taylor, Bankhead Orchard  Co., J. Mclvor, M. Hereron, W,  Price, S,T, Elliott, C. E. Weeks,  T. A. Willcock, Casorso Bros., W.  H. Fleming, J. B. Fisher, E. Hart-  wick, A. R. Davy, G. Monford. L.  Holman; Potatoes, W. H. Fleming  T. W. S. Taylor, Bankhead Orchard  Co., M. Hereron, F. A. Taylor, E.  R. Bailey, J. Conroy, W. Crawford  and Sons, G. E. Seon, jr., J. M.  Croft, W. D. Walker; Com, Bank-  head Orchard Co., Lynn Harvey,  M. Hereron, A. W. Cooke, F. A.  Taylor, W. A. Scott. J. B. Fisher,  J. Birch, R. C. Neish, J. Metcalfe.  Metcalfe & Steele, A. Crichton and  G. Monford. ,  It is pointed out that the plots  must be clearly defined and marked with stakes by the competitor  in advance of the visit of the  judge. Judges will be instructed  to score the whole field if stakes  are not in place upon their arrival.  Any competitot in corn or' potatoes may also compete for the Provincial Seed Production prizes of  $15, $10 and $5 by joining the  Canadian Seed Growers' Association.  ing  Come now and pick out the.  SWIM CAP  that will suit your fancy or  your bathing 'costume. The  caps have just arrived and  are all made from new material  Prices to suit everyone  50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  The High Cost of Uving  To the Purchasing Public  The high cost of living can be  reduced by careful buying. There  is a tendency at the present time  to purchase indiscriminately from  Departmental Houses, and while  there may be a saving in some  cases manv local houses like our  own have large stocks purchased  before the war where the quality  artel price is much better than that  of the Catalogue houae. This refers particularly to Carpets. Rugs,  Linoleum, Blankets, Eiderdown  Quilts, Pillows, Mattresses, Crockery, &c, and in many cases to new  goods; take for instance, Wall  Paper. Probably two-thirds of the  wall paper used in the district  comes from Departmental Stores  at an advance of from 40 to 100  per cent, over the local prices.  'The purchaser may argue that it  is difficult to make a comparison  of quality. In many cases this is  true, but there are many staple  lines which are identically the same  for instance, 30-inch oatmeal paper. Let us take a specific case and  apply it to this grade of paper. If  you had a room 10 by 12 feet to  paper your requirements cr order  in each case would be as follows  From the Local Store  4 Double Rolls Wall of 16 yarde each  **75c $3.00  1 Double Roll Border, at $1.25  $1.25  Total $4.25  From the Catalogue House  6 Single Rolls Wall of 6 yards each,  at 28c  $2.24  2 Single Rolls Border of 8 yards each.  '  at 15c per yard $2.40  . $464  A double roll of such paper weighs  31-4 ib*.   Total weight 16 1-4 lbs.,  express charges ....7. , $1.55  lav ba Isassd lor a, -  t aa anotai rental <  on tiua Z.M0 aura  applicant. s  Awlinetkm lor tee laws was* &������*!-���?*  Had tor am i"  cri   istjaaa,  ract  al...  rinlicunt  SYNOPSIS OI COAL MINING  REGULATION,*  Coal minis* rl*M* ot  Ivoba. Saskateaevr- '  ret applied lor shell bs staked oat bv ths  ract applied lor  turntable  Tba parson operation ths mias sir..-  ^aiKo* with sworn returns fMOUtllur lor  lull quantity of sasrHtantabTs eoal mined  nd par tka rornltv tbano*. It lbs coal  inlmr rrshut ar* sot bstns operated, aueh  Bturns    shall   ba furnished et least ones    *  1BF  Ths lease.will I   nlv. hut ths basse pay he oKsrdttslta !W  hss* whale** available sarfaee sgtb   ��ar  oonsldered neoesperv lor  ths wsrttsf    ot  hs mias st toe rata o( $10 aa I  tbs eoal mhllac richte  S�� .WJteltalv'SrttSTMHa a  ^WTtl. htorior.  **-*tf��w*��,,,*'i-  -   Total $6.19  An advance of 45 per cent, over  the local price.  The same applies to the cheaper  qualities of paper, and in order to  give the Catalogue Houses every  advantage we will compare their  7c paper with our 20c and in this  case the cost is as follows:���  Local Price  6 Double Rolls Wall of 16 yards esch.  at20c  $1.20  I Double Roll Border, 16 yds., *t40c     .40  Total $1.60  Catalogue Price  12 Single Rolls Wall, of 6 yards each,  at7c  ������     -W  2 Single Rolls Border, 8 yards esch,  st 5c per yard      ���*>  $1.64  Express on 6 lbs. of paper   $1.05  Total $2.69  In this case the latter price is 70  per cent, higher than the local. The  apparent cheapness of the Catalogue prices is effected by reducing price of the hanging or wall  paper and charging an excessive  price for the border which in many  cases exceeds the cost of the wall.  We keep catalogues on hand  and invite a careful comparison of  prices in every line of our many  departments, and by so doing we  are satisfied that our customers can  effect a large saving during the  year. Yours for more business  and better prices for our patrons,  D. W SUTHERLAND,  Mngr. Kelowna Furniture Co.  Miss White, who recently underwent a serious operation in the hospital is now convalescent.  jyr>oQqCH!8CwCtK8Si^^  1 i. t  EVERYTHING points to a bumper first crop of hay  in the valley this year, and its up to the farmers to be  prepared to cut and stack it. Look over your equipment,  and don't " hope your mower will cut if you think it won't."  We have an assortment of implements, which can be  delivered to you immediately.  McCormxk Mowers, in 3��-ft, 4-ft. and 5-ft. cuts  Deering Mowers, in 4��V-ft. and 5-ft. cuts  Rakes in 8-ft, 9-ft. and 10-ft. lengths  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  HBQKH  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHINGLUMBER  1 ��� i  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH *AND SHINGLES  rmm*m***��i**m' u .iu PAGE POOR  KBLOwVA   1KCOM  ���Thursday, June slat, 1917.  ( WANTED!  J  FOR  SALE  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin car, thoroughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.   Apply Jones' Boathouse.  21 tf  FOR SALE, 22-ft. Motor Boat, in good  running order. Apply H. Burtch, Kelowna. 22tf  FOR SALE, two Jersey cows, one 9-year-  old calved one month, other 5-year-old,  due first week in August. Apply J. C.  Anderson, East Kelowna. 24tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, a water bailiff, to look after  irrigation works and ditch. References  required. Apply to Black Mountain  Water Co., Ltd., at Land & Agricultural  Co.'a Office. 30.Ip  WANTED, good smart boy for delivery  wagon.    Apply to J, F. Fumerton & Co,  3H.  CAR FOR HIRE  New Submarine Hunter  Apply Henry Burtch  Plione 180  Kelowna  27tf  City Park Restaurant  WANTED 10 BUY  Chickens Ducks Eggs  QUON   TAPE  P.I.. Bux 13 I'lione 60  Corner Abbott Street and Eli Avenue  27tf  Weather Report For May  MISCELLANEOUS  TO LET���House on Stockwell avenue, 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantry.  Good shed ancj garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf ,  TO RENT, a rowboat during July and  August, in good condition. Apply Box  282. 31  WANTED, good cow, must be perfectly  gentle to milk. Communicate Box 322,  immediately. 31  PRAIRIE FARMER at Carlyle. Sask.  wishes to trade jj section for 10-acre let  in Kelowna district. Wants convenient  small house with few acres pasture and  small acreage bearing fruit trees. Apply  G. A. Fisher, Box 129, Kelowna.   30t f.  CARTER'S "TESTED*-SEEDS, on sale  at the Greenhouses, RichterStreet. Also  Late Cabbage Plants, Celery, Perennials,  Ferns and Pot Plants.  17-19 20tf3ltf  Ladies Wishing to Order  SP1RELLA CORSETS  oan meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  in   Room   No. 1. Oak Hall Block, between the hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  on Saturday of eaoh week, or at any  other time by appointment.  Have a Few Thousand Dollars  a  to Invest  in snaps. What have you to offer ? Give  all particulars in first letter to Box C,  Record. 23tf-27tf  A new American submarine  hunter which has arrived at a  French port has Ucated a sensation because of its radical departure from preconceived ideas  of shipbuilding.  The vessel is nearly 100 feet in  length, is propelled by gasoline,  and is capable of the enolnious  speed of thirty   idiot).     Hy    a  special   arrangement the boat's'  fuel is replenishable at sea, long'  tubes   connecting   with a ship's  reservoir.   Thc armament which!  this formidable vessel carries is  declared   to   permit    the most |  rapid   offensive  power bf   long  range   guns.     She   is equipped  with the latest type of listening  instruments,   and when no', under navigation is capable of lone  submergence in the water.  T,c Journal declared that within e few months there would be  several hundreds of these vessels  in active service.  The Corporation of The City  of Kelowna  Germany is said to be planning  to return a large number of Russian  prisoners in the hope of increasing  the separate peace sentiment in  Russia.  NOTICE is hereby given that the first  sitting of the annual Court o! Revision for  the purpose of hearing complaints against  the assessment for the year 1917 as made  by the Assessor, and for revising, equalising and correcting the Assessment Roll of  the City of Kelowna and Kelowna City  School District, will be held in the Coun-  [ cil Chamber, Kelowna, on Monday, July  23rd, ,1917, at ten o'clock in the forenoon.  I All appeals, stating grounds of same,  j must be made in writing and delivered to  j tlie Assessor at least ten clear days before  the first sitting of the Court of Revision.  ! Dated at Kelowna, B.C.thia 15th day of  'June, 1917.  G. H. DUNN,  31-5 City Cleric.  ICE  Delivered (or the season by contract or by the pound.    Apply  HENRY* BURTCH  Phone 170  Kelowna  2 (ill  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  i t'Ji.t     ./'Jv��i  They are SO  Comfortable  A Warner's Rust-Proof is shaped with such  scientific skill that it distributes and moulds the  flesh naturally, and with perfect comfort, into a  charming contour.  '   ( J , /it  #  m  1ub Them  Rub  1 hem  Scrub Them  Keep them clean- vou can't  Hurt  ffizr/ier's  The Height of  Style  Luxurious Comfort  and  Every Corset  Guaranteed  Not to Rust, Break  or Tear  $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2  $3 and up to $5  " Oh, I did not know I  bad sack t food figure!"  After wearing a new Warner  you will agree that the ease  wi(h which the reshaping of  your figure is accomplished >  is a  revelation is corsetry.  We really long to select a model for your figure  and to skilfully fit it in order that we may hear  you say, " Oh, I did not know 1 had such a good  figure!"  Thos. Lawson, Ld.  VI ay  Max.  Min.,  Rainfall  1..   ,.!   GO    30....  ?    ���  :....59   ....37...  V, .,   53    41....  4.   .   59    33....  S . ���   64    30....  6   52    41-....       06  7   65    36....  8 ..   64....  ...36....  9.. ..   69    37...  10   70    45....  11    64    46....   11  12.. ..   63   ...47....   14  n   58    47....   28  14    63... .   47...   02  11   56    45...   07  16   50    43....  17    ���   59    44....  Ifi   63    37....  19   67    44...   03  70   67   ..:...41...   05  71   69    43..  n   67    49...  n   69. ..   50...  74   53    47...   38  ?���>   67....   45...  76   73...   50...   04  77   72....   45...   03  7��   71....   48..  7.9   67....   44...  30....   70....   38...  11   72....  ....50...  The Famous Circus of  Cooper Bros. Coming  Cooper Bros. Shows are coming to Kelowna next Tuesday  June i6th. There, is always  something about a tented exhibition in the wav of amusement  that is attractive, and thissho.v  is well spoken of as being far  above the average in pleasing its  patrons. No other show has  such perfectlv trained wild animals, and Ihcv are well worth  seeing.  Everybody loves to see  horses and ponies. More especially does this applv to Uie lades who, with the little ones, are  (the most loval patrons Thev  are assured of the highest form  of entertainment, free from anything at all calculated to offend  Ithe most sensitive. In addition  Ho the trained animal features,  Cooper Bros, have the very best  of lady and gentleman perform  *rs.     The performing elephants  and rare wild beasts, Banty  Bunty, the cute little baby elephant, the good-night pony, together with the many prancing  monies in military drills and  marches are especially pleasing  to the little ones. The funny  clowns, the feature acts bv the  world's greatest gymnast, Mile.  Roberts, in fier death-defying  act in mid-air, the like of wlii-ii  has never been witnessed, will  long live in memory when other  shows have faded awtay into for-  "���etfulness. Don't fail to see the  irand street review. Two com-  olete performances daily.  German airships made a raid on  the east and couth-east coaat < f  England early Sunday morning.  One Zeppelin was brought down  in flames, according to an official  announcement, after one of the  raiders had dropped bombs in  Kent.  S^S?  PREPARE PETITION TO  K.V.R. AND C.P.R.  (Continusd from Pass 1.1  ers along the banks cf the creek  should do more ior their own  protection in some similar \,uy.  to the people of the loweri'iasel  who had formed ditching ana  dyking districts, ilx. Joins  said he was really alarm-id at  the situation, as he fait sure  that some day the creek was going to burst its bounds and  sweep through mc .���..iury and  the city. He -referred to the  probable visits of this Hon.  Messrs. Patullo and King, and  urged that no opportunity be  lost of making strong representation to the goveinmen: on the  matter.  Mr. Jones also referred to the  shortage of labor in the district.  The department of agriculture  had made arrangements to have  help sent from the coast for the  fruit picking about the end of  July, but there was a want of  farm help at the present time  for weeding, thinning, and haying. He had thought it possible  that a number of Indians might  be secured from the Colvillc reservation ih Washington, as had  been done a few years ago when  hops were grown at the Coldstream. Several acres of oni  ions had already been plowed up  and it seemed altogether impossible eo handle the matter. He  suggested writing to the Indian  agent, Mr. J. JL Brown, of  Summerland.  Mr. Hereron said that the  worst of getting Indians was  that farmers had to provide for  their horses, as an Indian could  not move without nis horse.  Mr. T. Morrison, Rutland,  said he had secured three Indian  helpers from over the lake for  haying, and was hoping to get  more. Mr. Morrison also took  the opportunity to speak at  same length on the necessity of  increasing the grain production  of the district. He had been  struck by the hundreds of acres  of vacant land which should be  raising grain, so that Kelowna  might again become g grain exporting instead of a grain importing district. The farmers  were anxious to do this, but  could not finance it, and he believed the business men should  assist the farmers in this respect. He also pleaded for more  cooperation in irrigation.  FOR SAsLfc  Saddle Bred Horse  Roan   Gelding.'   risisg   six,  sound,  and   is  bred  from Kentucky thoroughbred saddle stock -  This horse is one of the best saddle horses to be had���very showy,  high spirited, trots well and can run  very fast for an eighth or quarter  of a mile. He is the winner of the  quarter-mile running race at the  Fall Fair, 1916, and waa second in  the turn stake race, and is trained  for polo. He is well broken to harness, drives single and double, and  has done light work.  Also set single driving harness in  good condition.  HAROLD N. DeHART  Getting Out of the Rut.  The merchant who conducts, his business according to the method of the last century is not  giving his customers the service they are entitled  to. The spirit of tlie new century is to do more  than to merely turn goods over at a profit. It is  to really earn that profit by giving real service,  accommodation and reliable advice. The modern  merchant must know his goods thoroughly and  what is best adapted to every household requirement.  That class of merchant invariably advertises.  That is the one sure test of his being ab'reast of  lhe times.  SGIC^S  3VN0ICATS.  nmmi  BigHoliuayat  Kelowna, B C  on the occasion of the visit of  COOPER  BROS.'  Combined Railroad Shows  The Elite of the Circus World  Bringing all kinds of Animals, including Trained  Dogs, Poni��s, Monkeys, Goats and Elephants, the  best lady and gentlemen performances in feats of  Daring, Skill and Beauty and an army of Funny Clowns  Also fine Bands of Music and a wonderful $5,000  Pneumatic Air Pipe Organ*  Don't fail to see the Boxing Monkey and the Bab y  ,    Elephant.   They're simply wonderful  An Army of People, a City of Canvas  REMEMBER THE DATE  AFTERNOON & NIGHT  Tuesday, June  26

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