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 ���fte,\tors*��aL  i\V^Ow**\  Krirttma  VOL. X1L   NO. 2  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA* THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1919.���4 PAGES  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that The Western Ok.  lanagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  lis Kelowna, EC, will apply for a licence  ���for tha 'atorage ot 1,000 acre-feet ot water  lout of Bear Lake, whieh flows Northerly  |aud~draina into South Fork of Bear Creek,  ��� about eight miles above junction with  I Bald Rani* Creek. The storage-dam will  I b�� located at the outlet of lake. The cap.  I acity of tha reservoir to ba created ie about  11,000 acre-feet and .it will il-od about 50  [acrea of land. The watar will ba diverted  I from tha atream at a point about Junction  L with Bald Range Creek and will be used  [for Irrigation purpose upon the lands do-  i scribed as District' Lot. 505, 506, 507 and  61. The licence applied for is to sup.  I piemen! a right to take and use water aa  | par C L. 649. Thia notice waa posted on  Ithe ground on the 3rd day of November,  [1919. A copy of thia notice and an appK.  [cation purauant thereto and to the "Water  I Act. 1914,** wili be filed in the office of the  C Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objes.  [ tions to the application may be filed with  I the aaid Water Recorder or with the Comp-  ttroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build-  | inga, Victoria, B.C, within thirty daya after  1 the first appearance of this notice in a  f local newspaper. The date of the first  } publication of this notice ie Nov. 6,1919.  f THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD.. Applicant.  r5l.3 C W. J. STEVENS, Agent.  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that W.J. Moore, whose  i address ia Peachland, B.C., will apply for  [ a licence for the atorage of 450 acre-feet  I of water out of Jack Lakes, alao known as  Fish Lakes, which flow  Northerly and  ' drain into Powers Creek.   The atorage-  > dam will be located at outlet of Lower  Tha capacity of the reservoir to be  ��� created ie about 450 acre-feet, and it will  flood about 35 acres of land.    The water  I will be diverted from the atream at a point  ; about half-mile North of N.-E. comer of  , D. U 3707, and will be used for Irrigation  , purpose upon the land described as District Lot 3481.   The licence applied for ia  to supplement a right to take and use  water as per Record No. 1072, dated February 9th, 1905.   This notice  wsa posted  on the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919.   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.   Objections to  the application may ba filed with the aaid  Water Recorder or with the Coraptrollerof  Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya after the firat  appearance of this notice in a local newapaper.   The date of the first publication  oi this notice is November orb. 1919.'  51-3 W.J. MOORE. Applicant  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION.AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that J. G Curtis, whose  address is England, will apply for a licence to take and uae 25 acre feet of water  oat,of Sutherland Spring, which flows  North-Westerly and drains into Okanagan  Lake through Diatrict Lot No. Nine (9).  The water will be diverted from the  atream at Intake T. Map 8,400, near the  N.-W. comer of District Lot 137, Oaoyooa  Division, and will ba used for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described aa Sub-  Lot 43, Reg. Plaa 202, Osoyoos Division.  This notice waa posted on the ground on  tha 27th day of October. 1919. A copv  of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to tha Water Act, 1914, will  be filed in. the office of the Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections to the applies-  tion saay be filed'with tbe said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the first op-  pearance of this notice in a local newapaper. The data of the first publication  of this notice is October 30,1919.  J. C. CURTIS, Applicant.  H. G. M. WILSON, Agent  50-2-2  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that Tha Western Ok-  aaagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whose address  is Kelowna, B.G, will apply for a licence  for the atorage-of 1300 acre-feet of water  out of Bear Creek, which flows Easterly  and drains into Okanagan Lake. The  storage-dam will be located at lower end  of meadow, half mile below lake at head  of North Fork of Bear Creek. The capacity of the reservoir to ba created is about  1,300 acre-feet, and it will flood about 60  acres .of land. Ths watar will be diverted  from the stream at a point about junction  with Bald Range Creek and will be uaed  for Irrigation purpose upon tha lands described aa Diatrict Lou 505, 506, 507 and  3461. The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and use water as  per C. L. 649. This notice was posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. 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 Vemon. Objections  to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.G, within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date ol the firat  publication of this notice ia November 6,  1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD. Applicant.  }|-3 E. C. WEDDEI1, Agent.  The annual poultry ahow of the  Northern Okanagan Poultry Association will be held at Armstrong  the second weak in December.  v. Coal as  Power House Fuel  Latter Provides   Material for  Sidewalks as By* Product  -Whether it ia cheaper for the.  city lo burn wood at the power  houae or to use coal at a higher  coat and make available a supply,  of cinder* for foot-paths, was the  question raised at Monday evening's meeting by Aid. Mantle. The  cinder paths already put down by  the Board of Works had proved to  be very successful, and he believed  it would pay the city to charge that  department with the difference be.  tWeen the cost of coal and wood,  in consideration of being able to  use the cinders. Several lengths  oi the present wooden walks would  have to be replaced next year, and  the supply of cinders from other  sources was very small. In view  ot these facts and the difficulty of  obtaining good cord wood, he aaked the council to consider the expediency of burning coal.  'The city recently advertised for  a supply of cordwood, but up to  the preaent no tenders have been  received. Aid. Meikle reported  that he had been informed by Mr.  Paynter that he was prepared to  supply the city with wood from  the other side of the lake at $5 per  cord, the city to bring the wood  across the lake. The Light and  Water Committee waa requeated  to ascertain the cost of this wood  piled on the city wharf and whether satisfactory arrangements could  be made to have same placed  there.  Aid. Meikle also mentioned that  numerous complaints had been  received in reference to the street  lighting service, which it was claimed was too short. At present the  lights were shut off at 11.30, which  was considered too early, as during  this season many people were down  town to dances and meetings to a  late hour and had to go' home in  the dark. It was suggested that  the lights be kept going until 12.30  and also started half an hour eai.ier.  The matter waa referred to the  committee for the purpose of finding out what the coat would be of  this additional service. -  Mr. H. C. Seddon made application for a power aervice to be installed in hia residence to" Supply  an electric iron, vacuum cleaner,  and electric heater. The committee  was* asked to" report.  Advice waa received from the  Hon. John Hart, minister of finance  that a sitting of the provincial commission on municipal finance would  be held in the court house at Vernon on Saturday November 29th,  It was arranged that Mayor Sutherland should attend.  The annual Court of Revision of  the Voters' List was fixed for Wednesday December I Oth at 10 a.m.,  the Mayor with Aid. Duggan and  Aid. Lioyd-Jonea attending.  Application* for electric light  service from a number of residents  on Coronation avenue were considered and accepted. Ap plica  tions for water aervice from the  same parties were referred to the  committee.  It wa* decided to issue a list of  all properties secured by the city  at tax aale* for which indefeasible  title* had been issued, and to offer  them for tale by tender.  Good Programmes  at the Empress  It is sometime since auch magnificent productiona were aeen in  Kelowna a* thoae booked for the  new theatre thia coming week, and  the patrons of the movies will be  pleased to know that a number of  pleasant evenings are in store for  them.  To-morrow and Saturday that  supreme triumph "Heart* of the  World" willi be shown. So much  haa been written and much more  said about thi* great vivid love  stoty, that it is useless to attempt  to aay more. On Monday and  Tuesday F.laie Ferguson in "Eyes  of the Soul," will be seen and the  special comedy "When Love ia  Blind " Wednesday and Thuraday  the Artcraft special production,  "False Face*," taken from the dory  by Louis Joseph Vance and which  wa* read by million* in the Saturday Evening Port. Theae make up  a programme which will again  pack the Empress.  Was Opened Monday  Is Largest and Best Equipped  in Interior of Province  The outstanding event of the  week in Kelowna ha* been the  opening of the magnificent new  Empress Theatre, which wa* made  available to the public foi the first  time on Monday evening. Though  in a larger city well supplied with  every variety of amusement and  recreation such an event might be  of minor importance, to a city such  as this it means much, and Kelowna people may be pardoned if  they feel very proud of this new  acquisition. The destruction of the  old Opera House by fire two yeara  ago left a blank which was not  filled by the temporary building  which ha* had to serve since then,  and the manifest impatience with  which the completion of the new  structure has been awaited shows  how large a place the theatre occupies in the life of the community.  The theatre is no mean one for  it is said to be probably the largest  and beat equipped in the interior  of the province." It haa an excellent location on the main street  and covers a lot 120 x 40 f et. The  facade while plain, is of a neat and  dignified design, with a spacious  vestibule and ticket office in the  centre. A convenient ioyer or  ante-room ia also provided trom  which ascends the stairway to the  balconv. Inside one is impressed  particularly with the height of the  ceiling and the pleasing decorative  color scheme. 1 he walls and ceiling are panelled with moulding,  the tinting ol the varinua sections  aided by stencilled ornament, being very well done.  The arrangement of the interior,  with its modern sloping floor, Rives  a perfect view of the stage and  screen from all parts of the building. It affords ample seating room  for between 750 and 800 people  or-nearly twice aa many aa the old  theatre. Computable opera chairs  are provided throughout. The  stage is not yet finished, lt is 24  by 40 feet and. will afford amp.e  space for entertainments and large  concerts. Beneath are the dressing  rooms which will be well fitted up,  and the furnace room.  The projecting machines, screen  and other apparatua for the pictures are of the moat modern kind  the former being motor driven aid  housed in a thoroughly fire proof  apaitment behind the balcony.  The contractor for the building  was Mr. A. C. Bennett, of Kelowna,  whose wide knowledge and experience and old country training  in the belter class of building work  well qualified him for the undertaking. The heating arrangements  were also in lhe hands of a local  firm, Mr. J. Galbraith, an efficient  and up-to-date plant being installed.  The theat e will form (part of a  circuit of four iheaties, controlled  by Mr. Berry, fof Vernon, namely,  Kamloops, Vernon, Kelowna and  Penticton, the management being  in the hands of Mr. J. Simmons,  who is determined tu give Kelowna the very beat service. Monday  evening, the double attraction of  the opening night and. a first rate  film "Mickey," drew a great crowd  and many were unable to gain  admi'iance.  On Tuesday the general "feeling  of gratification over the completion of the theatre expressed llself  in a dinner which war given to Mr.  Berry by a few of the business men  of the city, the_ party afterwards  being present at the evening's performance.  New Prohibition Legislation Next Session  Abuse of   Prescriptions   Has  Made Present Act Futile  There will be new legislation on  prohibition in B.C. at the session  of the legislature in February. Thia  announcement was made by Hon.  J, W. deB. Ferris, who, with Hon.  Dr, King, minister of public works,  addressed a large public meeting  at Nelson.  The attorney-general was explicit  in his view of the prohibition question. The present prescription  evil must be abated, he said.  "As to prescriptions," said Mr,  Farris, the trouble started with the  flu, when the demand for them became general and had to be met  by the doctora. When the flu passed the doctora were not able tp  get back to the old standard and  the pressure of demands has gradually grown until the situation  has become Intolerable.  "The government of B.C. is now  selling more than $ 160,000 worth  of liquor a month camouflaged as  medicine,-and this condition cannot continue.   The remedy should  B. McDonald left today on a visit  to the coast.  A dance will be held Wednesday next in aid of the Aquatic  Association Building Fund.  Two important orders were issued by the Board cf Commerce  thia week. One fixes the margin  of gross profit allowed to retailers  of boots, shoes, rubbers, overshoes,  gaiters and other articles usually  aold within tetail establishments in  Canada at 33 1-3 per cent., while  the other limited gross profits on  bacon and boned ham to 20 per  cent,, with an additional 2c a pound  for slicing. The orders are signed  by all three membera of the board.  not be by wholesale prosecution  of the medical profession for a  condition forced upon them by  the legislature and passed without  their consent and against their will.  The legislature has got to face  this question at the coming session.  If the people want the government  to sell liquor as a beverage they  must be honest with themselves  and say so and legislate and do it  legally. If they really want prohibition, the act must be changed at  the coming session to prevent a  coi dition of hypocrisy where we  are selling liquor as a beverage  undei the guise of selling aa a  medicine. If the people want a  referendum on government sale as  a beverage let them have it, but,  referendum or no referendum, the  present act must be changed at  this session to abate the prescription evil. With all its shortcoming* the present act ia a great improvement on the old bar conditions which can never return."  All Institute members are expected to contribute something tor sale  at -the bazaar, such as home cooking, fancy work, aprons, novelties,  books, magazines and other articles  for the jumble table and bran tub.  The soldiers gave freely for us. Let  us show our appreciation.  $1.50 Per hi  Dispute Over Logg  Contract  A dispute over a logging contract between T. E. O'Neil and the  Kelowna Sawmill Co., was heard  Tuesday at a session of the county  court before JudgeSwanson. O'Neil  who was represented by Mr. H. C,  DeBeck, of Vernon, failed to make  good hi* claim for $630 as balance  due on his contract to take out log*  at Nahun. Owing to lack of snow  the logging had not proved very  remunerative, and the claim wa*  based upon an alleged verbal arrangement to make good hia Ion.  In defence it was absolutely denied  that any such promise had been  made. It was also shown that  considerably over the contract  price had already been paid for  the logs delivered. The claim was  accordingly dismissed.  Mrs. Newman and daughter left  yesterday on a visit to England.  City electrician Bailey, of Armstrong, was killed last week by a  fall from-a light pole. He was at  work on the wires when he accidentally received a shock which  threw him to the ground.  Have you subscribed  to the War Memorial?  The coHecforS&ve been busy all th-TvVeefc  but they may have missed you. If so, take  your contribution direct to the City Office.  Remember the Three Objects for which  the Fund is being raised:  First object:   A Monument for the Dead  THE necessity for this to impress future generations with the self-sacrifice shown by the present  generation is apparent It is due to the men who made the supreme sacrifice that their names  should be recorded and honored as long as possible, and be an inspiration to our descendants to do  likewise when the occasion arises. The monument should be of the best weather-resisting stone to be  obtained, and the names and date of death and place recorded in gilt lettering. The stone might be  about 8 feet high arid about 4 feet square at the base, slightly tapering to the top. It should be on a  grass mound with steps cut in the sod. A suitable inscription under the names would be : " Greater  love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends " Every year on Armistice  Day the monument should be decorated with wreaths and possibly also on the occasion of the principal  Canadian victories, and the school children and-veterans assemble to hear suitable addresses.  Second object: Club House for the Veterans  IF THE dead deserve their memory to be perpetuated surely the living, some of whom have gone through  the agony of many deaths, deserve some recognition from their fellow citizens. The veterans ask that  this take the form of a furnished Club for the Kelowna district where they can perpetuate the ties  of comradeship formed in Prance and help to work out the problems that confront us now the war has  ended. The Club should be the headquarters for all patriotic work and thougnt in the community. It will  serve at least 400 men for many years, the majority living outside the city. It will,take care of all  returned men coming as strangers intjjthe district, and help them in every way possible. There will be  bedrooms for men seeking temporary accommodation, or for men from the country wishing to spend a  night in the city. It will provide recreation especially during the winter, and the meeting room will be  available for any patriotic gatherings.    There should be a Library and a collection of War Trophies.  Cases of hardship -anrl sickness amongst the members could be properly looked after, and to quote  the concluding sentence of the G.W.V.A. constitution: "To constantly inculcate loyalty to Canada and the  Empire, and unstinted service in their interests" tairly seems the aims and objects of the G.W: V.A.  The cost of the building when alterations are completed will be about $4,600 and the furnishing  about 18,400.   The future upkeep can be well taken care of by the members.  Third object':  Memorial Hall  THIS should be a building large enough for basketball and Indoor baseball for the Boy Scouts and  young people of the district. It would serve for meetings, and the rentals charged should be sufficient for upkeep only. If constructed aB plainly as possible probable $15,000 would cover the cost.  Such a building is badly needed in Kelowna, and would be a great boon to the younger generation. It  should be called the Memorial Hall and a suitable tablet placed on the building stating Why it was erected.  Once a year a meeting of all patriotic societies should be held there to celebrate its ereQtion.  These proposals are submitted by the following special committee:���  HU Worship Mayor D. W. SUTHERLAND  L. V. ROGERS J. W.   JONES, M.L.A.  E. C. WEDDELL      Lt.-Col. R H BELSON I'AI'E JOUB  WATER  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, November 27,191*  STORAG.  TAKE NOTICE tl-  address ia  Peacl  a licence for the  of water out of  Fish  Lakes,  drain  into  dam will 1  Lake.   T  created ,  flood a*  will  ab  D  tth  a and Waltham  rf rist Watches  Elgin Bracelet Watches  14 K, 7 J. convertible- $38  14 K, 15 J.       ,.        $48  Caahier, 7 J.       ..       - $28  Cashier, 15 J.    ���       -$36  Waltham Bracelet Watches  I4K.7J.        -      -$48  14 K, 15 J.       -        $55  Cashier, 7 J.       -        - $33  Cashier. 15 J.     -       -$40  Useful and permanent Christmas Qifts  at the lowest prevailing prices.  W. H. Parker & Co.  Jewelers  Cuaorio Block  Campbell's  Bicycle  Shop  Well-equipped workshop   for  Cycle and pthej* repairs  Agent for  Massey,- Harris   Bicycles  A Dependable   Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies  and   Repairs  Electric, Wiring and installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's  Bicycle Shop  Pendozi Street     Next door to Club  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by the  beat  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E.Perkins  Will  be in Kelowna in a few weeks  KELOSaZNH RECORD  PaUisksd every Thonsaav at Ketowrju,  Britiah C,  JOHN LEATMLEl  Editor and Proprietor  Rutland News  (Prom our %wn oorrsi'nnndsntl.  Miss England arrived nn Tuesday  from Vancouver on a visit to her  uncle, Mr. W. Gay.  The Rutland United Farm rs nre  to hold a regular meeting in the  school Monday evening, Decemher  1st.  Mr. and Mra. McMurray and  children left on Tueaday (nr a visit  to Scotland. Mias Barbara Harrison is traveling with them tn England. Her mother acenmpanied  her to Sicamous.  The Rutland Women's Institute  expect to have the pleasure of  hearing Mrs. Ralph Smith, M.L.A ,  lecture at the schoolhouse on Thursday afternoon, December 4th. All  residents of the district are invited  to attend.  Union Evangelistic Services have  been held this week on Alternate  evenings at the Methodist and  Presbyterian Churches, cunducted  by the Rev. Campbell Brown nf  Oyama.  R. J. Sproule, acenmpanied by  his daughter Lillian, left Tuesday  for the coast. Owing to continued  ill-health, Mr. Sproule has found it  necessary to consult a specialist.  The Rutland Athletic Club is  holding a whist drive in the school  on Tuesday December 2nd, at  8 p.m. There will also be a short  musical programme. Refreshments  will he served during the interims  sion. Ladies bringing cakes, etc.,  for the  supper  will   be  admitted  free.  s  There will be a meeting of the  R.A.C. at the home of Mr. E. T.  Money on Monday, December 1st.  All interested in hockey are urged  to be present as a list of requisites  will be drawn up at this meeting  and orders placed as soon as pos<  sible. Prospects of a first class  hockey team being organized in  Rutland are exceedingly good right  now.  The regular meeting of the  Young People's Society was held  in the school on Friday last. The  evening was a social one. There  was a short, but excellent program  of songs and instrumental selections. At the close of the program  the president, Mrs. J. Bamling, on  behalf of tbe membera of the  society, presented Miss Wilhelmina  Homuth with a beautiful little purse  and a handsome fountain pen as a  small token of their appreciation of  her work as pianist of the society.  The president, in a neat speech,  expressed their regiet at her coming  departure from the district and also  expressed the hope that some future day might see her back amongst  us again. After the refreshments  had been demolished an impromptu dance was organized by some  of the members, which was kept  going till near the witching hour of  midnight. The next meeting of  the Y.P.S. will be held on Friday,  December 5th. The evening will  be a literary one, the subject being  "The Life and Works of Mark  Twain."  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St, Paul Street    Kelowna  Select your Elgin or Waltham  wrist watch early from Parker &  Co.  Local Scouts' Column  Edited by "Wolf."    Nov. 25,1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, December 4th,  1919.  DUTIES: Ordeily patrol for the  week Otters; next for duty Owls.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the cub room in the  old school on Tuesday, December  2nd, at 7.15 p.m,  ��� a  s  Due to the help of Second Carl  KcKenzie and his truck, the apparatus in the way of parallel bars,  etc., have now been transferred to  the new clubroom,which waa once  upon a time the Public School. Wc  hope therefore at our next meeting  on Tuesday to be able to start off  again where we left off, and we  may say now that we were very  lucky indeed in being able to have  any clubroom at al), as rooms nre  so scarce at present in Kelowna.  However, now that we have one it  is up to us to commence work in  earnest in the way of rehearsing  for our 1920 scout concert. This  concert, to be in keeping with our  new theatre, will have to be the  best in the interior and one of the  best in British Columbia,-and this  will be a necessity, if, as we expect,  the house will be as crowded as it  was last night, the opening of the  new theatre.  ��� s  The meeting ofthe local association, which was to have been held  last Thursday, was called off, owing  to the loss of our old clubroom.  Parents of scouts and friends of the  troop will be notified indue course  as to when it will be convenient to  hold this meeting.  ��� a  The time allotted for the repassing or passing of tests has nearly  expired, and we must remind scouts  that if they wish to remain in the  troop, they will have to comply  with these regulations.  e       a  s  The troop wishes to express its  thanks through the column tn Dr.  Knox for the chat he was kind  enough to give us at our last meeting, lt ia always a pleasure for the  troop to have someone volunteer  to give us a short lecture or chat,  and we wish that anvone who feels  they might benefit the troop in this  way would let us know, so that we  may fix a night for them.  e        e  *>  We find the year again drawing  to a close, and with it the thought  of skating and basket-ball. With  regard to the latter we hope to be  able to begin after Christmas, and  then watch us gol Although late  in starting in comparison with our  friends and brothera down the lake we  feel sure that like the CP.R. trains we will  finish on time if not a little ahead. We  saw in a paper (rom the south that the  Penticton Athletic Club team had defeated  Summerland by the score of 39 to 9. This  game waa played at Penticton, and it is  well known that the hall there ia not auited  for basketball, so that the teams were probably more evenly matched than would  appear from the score., We she'll miss  some of our older players this year but  look to the younger members to fill up the  gaps and carry on.  Congratulationa from the troop to Acting  Cubmaater Bartholomew, who, we understand, has joined the ranks of tha Benedicta.  Without   giving the column  over  too  See our selection of Waltham  and Elgin wrist watches. Parker  & Co.  Remember the Institute bazaar  on December 6th. Articles useful  and beautiful for sale. Object���  a piano for the War Veterans' club-  j^^^VW.^%^S/>^N^WWN^^\rt/N/VSWS/VS^.^\^  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Professional Cards  BURNE * .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.. ���   John I". Burne,  KELOWNA   B.G.  R; B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Clcll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Survey, snd Report, on Irrigation Work.  Application, for Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, VS., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 Vernon   B c  Residence      i\i  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block     -     Kelowna  Phone 327  HERGA AMBLER s^^r  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164;Residence91  P.O. Box 1%  much to jokes and light humour, we think  that the following short story in verse  teaches ua a lesson. It is the kind of think  we might have seen at the firemen's ball  last Thursday (if we went) :-���  "Mary had a littla lamp,   -  Filled full of kerosene,  She went to light it by the Jure,.  And has not since benzine."  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Street  "���"'-    Has a fine  showing this week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.   One trial ia all  we ask and can guarantee to suit the most fastidious���  AND   THE  PRICES   ARE  RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN -     - Phone 268  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  FLOUR  Purity and Robin Hood per 98-lb.  sack, $5.50 net cash  HAY - GRAIN - BRAN - SHORTS - SALT -  POULTRY  SUPPLIES -  STOCK FOOD  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  Free City Delivery  ANNOUNCING  The Nash Six  with Perfected Valve in Head Motor 1  THE  MOST  BEAUTIFUL SIX-CYLINDER  CAR EVER SHOWN  IN THIS DISTRICT  5-passenger Touring, artillery wheels  5-passenger Touring, wire -wheelfe  4-passenger Sport Model, wire wheels  2-ton Nash Trucks  ON EXHIBITION IN OUR WAREHOUSE  ALSO-  Ford Touring Cars  Ford Trucks  Fordson Tractors  Call and have a demonstration  Morrison - Thompson Hdwe. Co.,  LIMITED PHONE 44  Ford and Nash Dealers for Kelowna District  Stockwell's, Ltd.  KELLER BLOCK KELOWNi  NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED  Wall Papers���Fine New Styles  I  Have your  DECORATING  done early  Our Stock is Complete \��m  Attmctive Novelties  Li/i  Nade in Canada.  New Congoleum and Cqeb Rugs  Come in and see them.       This is the place that saves you money.  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  - November 28 & 29  D.WJRIEPtTH'S  EMPRESS THEATRE  Admission SS cants Thursday. November 27,1919  KBLOWNA BBCOtO  PslOB TERM  fjfL*t<^*d &��?+**��'  EA.   Liwrco.     .    ��  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  THE Festive Season will soon be here and we have  managed to secure merchandise that will be very  suitable for Christmas presents;   Do your shopping early, so that you can get better attention than  would be the case a day or so before Christmas.  Fancy Handkerchiefs  Handkerchiefs in hundreds of different styles  and varieties are now on display. One can  , 11 ���.: these goods at practically any price and  for sending through' the mail these are tha  most demanded present.  Prices are from 15c each  Fancy Goods make* useful presents, such  as Table Covers,'Runners, Tea Cloths,  Cushion Tops, Fancy Towels and Pillow  Cases, which will be found in great variety.      >,  Slipper Soles for fancy work, from 30c pr.  Silk and Crepe Kimonas  Crape Kimonas are now in stock in a splendid  assortment of well-made garments.  Prices from $4.95 to $18 each  Silk Bedjackets at.. $5.75 and $7.75  These dainty garments should be chosen as soon bs  possible as the goods cannot be replaced before  Christmas when once sold.  CREAM PRICES  from November 19th; 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 65c per lb. butter fat  No. 2- 63c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  ��  ALSGARD'S"  Cater to Particular People  *J Drop ia ahy time and enjoys a light lunch  with something hot to drink.  q Mr. Poole now has a full staff in the bake  shop and in future we will carry a full line of  all kinds of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, &c  <J Our Xmas order of MoitVand Gandhg's  chocolates arrived this week.  WINTEK"&CHAm  Phone 110   1   TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. Whittingham was a passenger to England Tuesday.  Jack Cameron was a visitor to  Vancouver last Saturday.  L. Holman is away this week on  a visit to Vancouver and Victoria.  Leslie Dilworth is a visitor to  Regina this week.  Mrs, Nail and daughters were  passengers Monday to Penticton.  Mr. and Mrs. Wild were passengers Tuesday (or England.  Mr. and Mrs. Crehan are making  one oi their periodical visits in  town this week.  The mild spell of weather last  week allowed the roads to dry up  nicely, and the scraper to get to  work with good effect.  Lieut. S. Little, C.A.D.C, is at the  Lakeview Hotel for the purpose of  giving dental treatment to ex-  soldiers.  Mr. J. W. Jones, M.L.A., will  open the I.O.D.E. bazaar on Saturday, November 29th, at 2 p.m. in  Wesley Hall.  Next Sunday morning in the  Bnptist Church the Rev. W. F.  Price will preach' on "Sermons in  Trees." At the evening service  his topic will be "Light on Lile's  Mysteries."  Geo. Thomlinson and family  wish to thank the many friends for  their kind expressions of sympathy  on the occasion of their recent  bereavement and to aasure them  that those expressions have been a  source of much consolation Sincere  thanks are alao tendered for the  use of cars and to friends for flora]  tributes.  The latest railway gossip has it,  s y�� the Peniiclon Herald, lhat engineer Latimer has been inatructed  by ih; | r viucUl government to  proceed vv'��b the final survey ot  the short r. ilway line running south  fiom Pentirton to tap the soldier  lands at Fairview and Osoyoos.  The'government, according to the  rumor, is to furnish the sinews of  war, while the Kettle Valley Railway is to undertake the actual con  atruction work.  /  What dr.  you want for Xmas?  Parker & Co.  Home cooking in great varie y  will be on aale at the Institute bazaar and afternon tea will be aerved.  Owing, however, to sugar shortage  candy will be taboo.  LOOSEMORE-On Saturday Nov-  ember 22nd, to the wife of A. C  Loosemore, a son.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AiMD USE  TAKE NOTICE that R. A. Bartholomew  whose address ia Okanagan Mission, will  apply for a licence to take and use one  quarter cubic feet per second of water out  of White Pebble Spring, which flows Nortn  West and drains into the ground on Diatrict  Lot 358. Osoyoos Division'. The water will  be diverted from the stream at a point  near the North West corner of District  Lot 580A. aud will be used for irrigation  purpose upon the land described aa the  West 22 acres of Sub. Lot 5. District Lot  358, Osoyoos  Division.   Thia notice was  Rotted on the ground on the 26th day of  lovember, 1919, 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.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, EC., within fifty days  nfter the first appearance of thia notice in  a local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice la November 26.  R. A. BARTHOLOMEW, Applicant.  2-6p  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH    ���    Phone 180  Be sure and visit the I.O.D.E.  bazaar on Saturday, November  29th, in Wesley Hall.  The Women's Institute ha* pleasure in announcing that a public  meeting will be addressed by Mrs.  Ralph Smith, M.L.A., on Thursday  evening, December 4th, in Wesley  Hall.  The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. ].  L. Dobbin, of Westbank, has been  dissolved on absolute decree of  divorce having been granted.  Mr. Geo. H. Hougham, secretary  of the provincial Retail Merchants'  Association, is addressing a meeting of the merchants tonight in the  Board of Trade room.  Mr. and Mrs. Ingles left thia  week for Turtleford, Sask., where  the family will make their home in  future.  Capt. Estabrook, who has been  confined to hospital here for aome  time, is now recovered sufficiently  to allow his return to his home at  Penticton.  The Leir Lumber Co., of Penticton, has announced ita intention of  running a box factory next year.  The company is endeavoring to  make arrangements to cut some oi  the spruce near McCullough. The  government's limits near McCullough are stated to contain over  two hundred million feet. These  limits form part of the Kelowna  watershed.  The Jack McMillan Chapter of  the I.O.D.E. are holding their bazaar  on Saturday next, November 20ih,  in Wesley Hall, at 2 p.m. 1 here  will be a number of decorated  booths displaying fancy and plain  articles, which will make suitable  Xmas gifts. There will be q grab  tree unci ice cream for the children.  A musical programme' will take  plnce during the afternoon and tea  will be kerved. The proceeds of  the bazmr will go towarda the  War Memoiial Furid.  There will be a real shortage thia  year. A smnll dep'oart will hold  any gift at Parker & Cos  Another  Cold Snap  to remind us- that winter  is nearly here, Do not delay buying what you need  in good warm footwear.  In spite of all I can do the  price ia going up and you  will aurely have to pay  more-as 1 have. My prices  are still the easiest in town.  Chas. Dark  Th Fair Skosmaa  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that the two-year-  old Holstein steer advertised as having  strayed on to my place, will be sold Saturday, December 6th at 10 a.m., to defray  expenses; unless previouely claimed.  2p W. PRICE, Vernon Road  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re part District Lot 122, Group I, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, in the Province of British Columbia,  Whereas proof of, loss of Certificate of  Title No. 707-A, issued to Anastasia  O'Rielly, and covering above land has been  filed in this office ;-  Notice is hereby given that at the expiration of one month from the first publication  hereof, 1 ahall issue a duplicate of the said  certificate of title unless in the meantime  valid objection thereto be made to me in  writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 7th day of November,  A.D. 1919.  H. V. CRAIG,  1-5 District Registrar of Titles.  LAND  REGISTRY" ACT  Re Lot I, Map SOB, (Jsoyoos Division of  Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above*  mentioned lands in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Canuthers, unleaa in the  meantime valid objection ia made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to said lands, namely :���  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Peaae. of 26.2  acres of District Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox  to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 262  acrea  of  District  Ut 219,  is required  to  deliver the  aame  to  me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, this 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR.  49-3 District Registrar of Titles.  Watch this Space  for the  Announcement  of the  Veteran Tire  Vulcanizing  Opening Date  AVERY 5-10 Model I TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractoir (or the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish  as much as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half. 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face.-Turns in 101-foot radius.  Total length 135 inchea; wheel base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may hara a demonstration.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  SPECIAL on Saturday,  November 29th, when we will offer  BEEF, VEAL, PORK  MUTTON, LAMB  AT  BARGAIN  PRICES  See our displays, all of the well-known Casorso quality  HERE'S A  SPECIAL  OFFER  Casorso*! have an enviable reputation  for their  Pork Sausage  and on Saturday   only this   will be  sold at Greatly Reduced Price.  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market.  Telephone 178  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY (or your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  ^ Beautiful and practical gifts for the  home from Parker & Co. are certain of  appreciation.  ���9 Mantle clocks which are splendid time  keeper! and io designed that they improve  the appearance of any home.  Q.   Silverware   that   sells, quality  of  the  ��� highest, distinctive and original designs,  *J Rich sparkling cut glass, gives the table  a finished appearance appreciated by all.  <J Fine English china, delightful new  patterns in Doulton and Aynaley.  *Q We will be very pleased to have you  visit our store.  ��] Make your selection early, a amall deposit will hold any gift until wanted.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  * Jewelers, Caaorao Block, Kelowna.  W. W. PETTIGREW #  r.M-iii roust  KELOWUA   RECOM  Thursday, November 27,1919  ��� '  EMPRESS THEATRE  Monday & Tuesday, Dec. 1 and 2  Elsie Ferguson in  "Eyes of the Soul"  Founded on "Salt ol the Earth," the famous Saturday Evening Post story, by Geo. Weston. Blind I In "No Man's Land"  he had given his best, and now hia world was dark. Then  SHE came���the lighl of his life and loved him. What hap-  pened after that will pull at your heart  and  aend you home  a kinder, better, happier person.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  Wednesday & Thursday, 3rd & 4th  Thos. H. Ince'a Superb Paramount-Artcraft Special  "The False Faces"   '  With Heniy B. Walthall  The theme deals with the adventures of "The Lone Wolf,"  the hero of Louis Joseph Vance's powerful novel, which appeared seriall) in the Saturday Evening Post. The scieen  version offers the most elaborate entertainment that could be  devised. The submarine scenes are wonderfully done, and  the whole atmosphere of mystery, tense action and auspense  are evidences of the remarkable direction of Irvin V. Willat  and the supervision ol Mr. Incc. Also a good comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Friday & Saturday, 5th and 6th  First National Feature Attraction  Anita Stewart in  "Her Kingdom of Dreams"  Supported by the greatest all-star cast in the history of the  screen, in a picturization of Louiae Provost's powerful novel  from the People's Home Journal, "Her Kingdom of Dreams"  directed by Marshall Neilan. There is a "Kingdom of Dreams"  in every woman's heart, and this is the story of how one  woman   found   her   soul's   mate    through   a   marriage   of  convenience.     Also a pleasing Chester Outing.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee Saturday at 2.30, 10c and 20c  Coming events cast their shadow before thorn���  "Daddy Long Legi'  TAYLOR & JNDERSON  Lamence Avenue  The Newest A uto Horns  uie ahown here and will prove interesting. Come in  and look at them. While here you may remember you  are out of motor oil or that your brakes need new lining.  Such things are to be found here, of course, aa are all  suits of auto supplies. Same high quality,same low prices  Battery Service Station  GAS        OILS TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi &  Lawrence  J, W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 76  TO CAR OWNERS  Vulcanizing, Re-Treading  Tire and Tube Repairs  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  Kelowna Garage  M  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR  SALE  RUTLAND���SO acrea. all under cultivation, modern houae (new), bath, hot  and cold water, cement cellar, garage.  Only half mile from Rutland store  and post office. Price $13,500, on  terma  K.I .0. BENCH-We have aeveral firat.  class propositions in this desirabla  neighbourhood. Full particulara at  thia office.  BERNARD AVENUE-9-roomed house,  bath-room, cellar, ate, a few fruit  trees. Price $9,500. Owner will take  Victory Bonds as whole or part payment.  CADDER AVENUE- 5-roomed houae  with cellar, large lot all lanced it,  with stable and chicken house at  rear. Price $2,300 on terms. Tha  house could not be built for thia  figure to-day.  COOD BUILDING LOT. just off Pendoii,  price $250.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, cornmrs.  sion on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Roota. Plant  For price  apply Lanadown, Rut.  FOR   SALE  land.  48tf  FOR SALE, Florence Oil Stove. 2 burner,  with oven. Apply Box G, Record Office  5ltf  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Mrssrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agenta  or owner. l-3p  FOR SALE, Shetland Pony, cheap, broken  to saddle and harness. Apply 617 Ber-  nard Avenue, City. I.2p  FOR SALE, Young Piga, Cheater white,  six weeks. Apply W. H. Fleming, Ver.  non Road. Itf  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1693  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Post Office  PENDOZI STREET���Two-storey house.  8 rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water,  electric light, fully modern, bam for 4  horses and carriage shed, wood shed,  including two lots, 200 x 120. $4,500.  Half cash, balance to be arranged at 7  per cent.  DOYLE AVENUE���Two-storey house, 8  rooms, bringing in $70 per month.  Also corner of Doyle and St. Paul���Bungalow, 4 rooms and basement, rented  for $15. $5,500 for both. Half cash,  balance to arrange.  BURNE AVENUE��� IJ storey Bungalow,  8 rooms, hall, kitchen and pantry, full  basement, furnace heated, light, hot and  cold water, laundry in cellar, lot 100 x  120, fully modern. $3,700, on term*.  No city taxes.  RICHTER STREET-5-room bungalow,  garage, good size lot right in centre of  town near schools and churches. Only  $1,400 on terms.  CORONATION AVENUE-Bungalow, 5  rooms, lath and plastered, with open  fire place.    Including lot, only $650.  Listings wanted of farms and city property.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  VOTERS' LIST F.OR 1920  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a  Court of Revision will be held on Wednesday, December 10th, 1919, at ten o'clock  in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber,  Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose of hearing  and determining any application to strike  out the name of any person which hi  been improperly placed on the Municipal  Voters' List for the year 1920, or to place  on such list the name of any person improperly omitted from same.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  November 19th, 1919. 2-4  Following are the  donations   to  the hospital for October .-*-  Mrs. Ritchie apples, A. H. Louden 2  boxes apples, Baptist Church 2 boxes  apples pumpkins and citron, whist drive  5 sacks potatoes, Mrs. Soames basket of  grapes, Mrs. Benson 2 dozen eggs, Mr.  Miranda Jj dozen eggs, Mrs. Keevil vegetables, Paul Knipple sack carrots and sack  ��arsnips, Mrs. Shand 2 chicken, Mrs.  p route 3 sacks apples, Kelowna Creamery  10 lbs. butter, Mrs. Knowles h doz. sheets  ft doz. roller towels, Mrs. Hayes i doz. sheets  A. G. McGregor 2 boxes apples 4 sacks  potatoes, Ok an- -an Mission Clicrch fruit  and vegetables, Old 2 sacks potatoes, Mrs.  Erskine 3 jars fruit, V. Risso sack onions,  C. Nichol cartage, E. C. Graham $10, R A.  Pease $10.  FOR SALE; pure-bred White Rock and  Rhode Island Red Cockerels. Applv  G. L. Dore, house west of old English  church. |-2p  FOR SALE, Houae and Lot at Okanagan  Centre, $350 cash. Apply Mrs. L. E.  Todd, Kelowna. 2-5c  LOST  LOST, Lady's grey gauntlet Glove with  pearl clasp, for right hand, on Monday  night in Empress Theatre. Reward upon  return to Record Office. 2p  WANTED, by married man experienced  in all branches of orchard work, charge  of orchard or would work on shares.  Apply Box M, Record.      * 2-3p  USED CARS : McLaughlin Light Six.  $1090; 2 Chevrolet. 490, each $450;  Ford, $375 ; Ford with electric starter,  $625. All in good running order. On  terms if required.   M. A. Alsgard.  2tl  OFFICE CLEANING-Work wanted office  and house cleaning and other odd jobs.  Eight years experience. Apply Arthur  Gardiner, Box 463. 2p  MISCELLANEOUS  TO RENT, new 5 roomed Bungalow, fully  modern, stable \ and chicken house.  Apply Okanagan Loan and Investment  Trust Co. 2tf  SITUATION WANTED. General House-  work. Mrs. L. McArthur, P.O. Box 675,  Kelowna. 2p  I ;   : I CANARIES, good Rollers and Yorkshires  I    for sale. Singers, or selected pairs. Mrs.  . |   Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Avenue. I -2c  SPECIAL NOTICE. Have you any Paper  Hanging or Interior Decorating work to  be done } If so don't forget that E. G.  Fuller is back and will be pleased to do  your work. Beat workmanship and  satisfaction quaranteed, E. G. Fuller,  Lake Avenue, Phone 113. 1-2  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  -Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Kelowna Meat Market  H. ANDISON  Proprietor  3 Cash Specials for Q  Saturday        t#  Boiling Beef 12c per lb.  Pot Roasts <: 18c per lb.  Prime Ribs     25c per lb.  We have an ample supply of the Gnest local (ed meat,  alwaya on hand  Be wise !-Buy your  Christmas Presents  ��� ���  NOW  Christmas is coming fast In almost no time it  will be here. Our fine line of goods and our Low  Prices will again make a rush of buying in our store.  Let us advise you not to put off your Xmas buying  any longer. Come this week so you can choose in  comfort what you want. If your mind is not made  up come to us, for what you see will help you to make  your choice.   Don't wait;   buy now.  Big Display of Christmas  Handkerchiefs  in Fancy Boxes, for Children and Grown-ups  25c up to $3.50  Wool Tarn and Scarf sets, boxed special, from $2 per  set up to :.. $5.95  Pure Silk Underskirts in assorted shades at...... $6.50  Scarf Sweater Coats, Pull-over Sweaters, Sweater  Coats with caps to match.  Fancy wash Satin, in pink & white, for camisoles, $2.75  Pointed Lace, also shadow Lace, headings to match.  Hand crochet Camisoles at $3.50 each  Wide range of silk camisoles.  Fancy Dresden Ribbons. Bag Handles in celluloid  and ivory embroidery hoops.    Ring handles.  Fancy collars.   Bead Necklaces.  Hand Bags. Purses.  Kid Gloves, in white, tan and grey.  New Waists just in for Xmas trade, in Georgettes,  crepe-de-cher.es, Habitau and Fancy Voiles. Excellent values & up-to-date styles, $4.75 to $13.50  Bedroom Slippers in silk and kid, cozy corner and  boudoir styles. Some have leather soles with assorted fur trimming. Good range of colors.  Prices U  $1.50 to $2.75  Children's and Misses' Felt Slippers . ...from $1 to $2  Fancy Centrepieces, embroidered and bluebird design  Ladies' Silk Hose, in black, white, grey, sand, brown  and champagne !.'..$!.25 to $1.95  Plaid silk Skirt Lengths, 2 J yards each, 36 inches wide  at $3.75 yard  Holly Ribbons, in 5-yard ends 35c bolt  Mens Christmas Neckwear  in Fancy Boxes, $1 up  Men's Kid, Mocha and Cape Kid Gloves, nice warm  linings  $2.50 to $5 pair  Men's silk Sox in white, tan and black $1.25 pair  Men's heather sox in all wool........$1.35 to $1.85 pair  Men's fine wool sleeveless sweaters at $4.50  Men's wool and silk Mufflers. ,  Men's collar and Tie Pins, at  25c each  Men's Cuff Links.   Men's Tie Clips.   Fancy Arm  Bands and Garters.  Men's Dress shirts in splendid range of colors and  cloths  $1.50 to $3.75  Men's white or colored Pyjama suits, with fancy silk  frog ornaments, at  $3.50 and $3.75 suit  Boys' Gloves in all wool, kid and Jersey knit.  Boys' pull-over sweaters in all-wool and fine cashmere.  Children's fine wool 3-piece Suits���Sweater, Bloomers  and Cap, in saxe, brown and navy, sizes 2,4 and  6 years.  Children's Wool Sets of scarf, cap and mitts, colors  grey and teddy, at $2.25  Christmas Groceries  New Dromedary Dates Seedless Raisins  New shelled Almonds and Walnuts  New Peels Almond Paste  Forest Cream Maple Butter for frosting cakes  Ground syeeet Almonds Pure spices  SliirrifFs Imperial Quintessences in Lemon, Vanilla,  Banana, Ratafia, Pineapple and Almond   -  Christie's Biscuits in tins, with assorted varieties, also  in bulk. Jello and Jelly Powders  Pure Maple syrup in large bottles  J. F. FUMERTON 8 HI.  THE CASH STORE , "It Pays lo Pay Cash."  Dry Good* phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours:  Morning-9.30 and fl       Afternoon-3 and 5  msm

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