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 Victor  ia. B.C.  Ummy  I  ui .1i sea  VOL. VII.   NO. 44.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1915.���10 PAGES  $130 Par Annum  Stifling Passes Away  af East Kelowoa  - MICHAEL    KEHOE STILL ELUDES  THE POLICE  Some little actuation was created  last Thursday afternoon when it became known that Michael Kehoe, the  Vernon soldier who was awaiting  trial for issuing false cheque, had os-  oapod from the oity lockup.  Ivehoo had been brought up during  the morning but remanded again to  await, taa arrival of a representative  from the Bank of Montreal, la the  Interim, however, ha had improved tbe  shining hour, with such good elleot  that when the police paid tba next  visit to the oell. the bird had flown.  ,\ot apprehandiag from Ike nature of  the offenoe with which he was charged  or from the character of the man himself any attempt at jail breaking, the  prisoner had been allowed a oertain  amount of freedom during his confinement. Instead of being locked up  in one ol the :nn ir colls, he had been  allowed the freedom ol the larger outer oell ' with only one door between  him and liberty. In the construction  of thi. door for aome reason the hinges had been put on inside, and it wa.  therefore not a difficult matter, with  the aid of a portion uf un old shovel  whioh happened to have been left lying handy to force off the hinge, and  get the door open. To attempt a  feat of thi. kind in broad day light  required considerable nerve, but in  spite of the risk he managed to get  clear away* Searoh was at once' in-  stituted and several spocinl constable,  were .worn in to scour the country  round. Onoe or twioe word was reoeived that tho man had been seen,  but although prompt investigation  was mads no trace could be found ol  the fugitive. The supposition Is that  he has made his way to the Kettle  Valley railroad tracks and got out in  that way, aa he was seen up in that  neighborhood Saturday last. He li��d  his uniform on at the time of hia escape, but probably managed to get  civilian clothes out of some ahaek in  the hills.  In the meantime police omeer. and  railroad men along the line have been  warned to keep a lookout and H is  possible he may yet be brought baok.   O   PHOSPHATE DEPOSITS  A discovery of the highest importance in connection with the future development of agriculture in western  Canada has just been made by official.  of the commission on conservation.  Dean Adams, chairman of the oommittee on minerals of the commission, and  W. J. Diek, the commission's mining  engineer, who has just returned from  the w��t, report that depo.it. of phosphate of lime oocur in the Banff National Park in the Rooky Mountains.  The importance of thi. discovery  may be more fully realised from th.  fact that phosphoric add is one ol 11 ���  chief plant food, and it is removed  from the Mil, especially in the production of cental orops suoh as wheat,  eto. II the fertility ol the land is >��  be maintained, it is neoessary to replace it by some form ol phosphate  fertiliser. I  In \ all countrios where modern  methods' of agriculture an practised,  there haa sprung up a demand tat'  phosphate, and every available sourer  of ths raw material for their'manufacture has (or year, past been eagerly .ought, and vigorously exploited.  The distribution and extent ol theee  deposits will, undoubtedly, be worked  out in detail by the department ol  mines, whloh has already done suoh  excellent work in the Rooky Mountain,  and it Is stated that {he deposits will  prove to be eomparaMo to those ot  the United States.  ���_���0���;   Report, printed in a London paper  doolaro Russian shortage 'of munitions  was caused by the blowing up, months  ago, of the great Russian ammunition  factory at Gkhta, with the loss of  some thousands of Uvea.   O������  The. death took plaoe soon after  midnight last Saturday of Mr. James  Stirling of the K. L. 0. bench, after  aa aocute attaok of dropsy.  The deceased gentleman who was S3  years ol age was a relative of Mr. T  W. Stirling and came to Kolowna from  Stirlingshire, Scotland something over  a year ago with hia family to take  up a fruit ranch on tho bench. Re  neatly his wife and two daughters,  one ot whom is Mrs. Fred Heather,  left on a visit io the old country. ;His  son 'lack remained in Kelowna to assist with the ranch work.  Tha funeral took place Monday morning at 10.30 to the Kelowna oome.  tery.   O '  IMPERIAL    OIL COMPANY TO   ASSIST SOLDIER EMPLOYEES    .  THANKSGIVING DAY SET  FOB OCTOBER 11  n  The date ol Thanksgiving d.y  thi. year he. been fixed for  Monday, October 11th, by tho  cabinet council.  m  m  The directors ol the Imperial Oil  Company, Limited, have deoided to  pay all employees who have enlitted,  or who may enlist, with the Canadian  contingent for overseas servioe, in the,  case of married men; half pay, and in  the oase of single men, quarter pay,  until the end of the war, and in addition, will hold the position*** open.  Should any employee who is serving  with the colors, meet with a fatality  in the course of the war, the direotors  will continue the payment; in ths case  ol a married man, of half pay to bis  wife or immediate family for six  months after his death, and in the  caso of a single man, one quarter of  his salary to hia dependonts (if any)  for six months after his death.  The above applies to all regular  mombors of thu staff who wero in the  service ol the oompany for at lout  six months immediately preceding the  ileclaraeion of war.  Rutland News  lite* ear owe ConwondsM I  Private ('has. Edwards   of the 11th  C.M.R. roturned today by automobile  to Vernon, hia leave of absence being  at an ead.  Tho Rev. Gordon Tanner returned  this-week from his vocation which ho  has been spending with tne Rev.  Campbell Brown at Wood's Lake.  Next, Sunday afternoon is Rally Day  at tho Mount View Methodist Sunday  school- A special program has bean  arranged for the occasion.  Tho Rev/ W. T. Beattie will preach  hit farewell sermon ut the Kutland  Presbyterian church next Sundav morning.  Ths concert arranged by tho Boy'.  Club and held last Thursday evening  was a big success, - both from a musical and a financial point of view, lho  program was furnished entirely by local talent of which Rutland oan boast  a good share. Snn^s were sung by  Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker, Mrs. Victor  Dilworth, Miss Flossie D'lworth and  Miss Amy Fleming: readings by Miss  Craig, Mrs. Mugford und Mr. Ernest  Sohofiold; rcoitnliui's Iv Mrs. Maxwell.  Mr. Elwood Fleming nnd Mr. Arthur  Gray: and pianoforte selection, hy  Miss Flossie Dilworth and Miss Aid*  MoDonald. lielreahmonts wero handed  around at the. olose, .Tho proceeds nf  tke concert amounted to. 111, whieh  will be donated to the purchaae of  pocket testaments (ol tho soldiers.   O��������� ,  A reduction of fifty oents per barrel  on the prioe ol flour went into effect  on September 8th in Winnipeg. This  follows a reduotion of 70 cent, a barrel that went into effect on the Monday previous, and brings ths price of  flour . down to what it was at the  outbreak of the war.  o  Norwegian fishermen who havo arrives at Stavanger, on the south feat  coast of Norway, state that off the Island of Utsine, near the entrance to  the Gulf ol Stavanger, a ��� lerman submarine torpedoed another German  submarine by mistake. The boat e*  ploded and sank with it. crew.  O������   Twelve hundred Russian laotorh.  and 100,000 workmen are engaged exclusively now in manufacturing munitions of war. Japan also is (aid to be  building factories for ths manufacture  &r lotona nitrites' foil to tfje  Annual Jfalljfatr  next Cuetfbap anb ��Hebneabap  *i To be opened by the Lieutenant-Governor of  British Columbia on Tuesday.  ���J Tiie  military  band of the 47th Battalion will  furnish the music. '      -  *J Grand athletic sport and race, arranged by the  Vernon Military Camp.*  sj Band  conte.t  in which at least four military  band, will lake part.  ���J Bacball tournament on Tueaday and Wednea-  '   day of the Fair.  Sj Grand concert in the Optra Houae on Tuesday  evening, attended by the Lieutenant-Governor.  ���J Special boat and train excursions on Tuesdey  and Wedne.day.  /Arctic  The Victoria Cross  This coveted decoration was first  suggested by tho Prince Consort, and  Queen Victoria being desirous of taking into her royal consideration a  means ol adequately rewarding the  individual gallant service, either of  offioers of the lower grades in the naval and military servioe, or ol warrant  and potty officors, seamen, and marines, ordained by Royul Warrant on  June, -ill, 1856 that "the cross shall  only be awarded to those officers or  men who have served in tho presence  of the enemy, and ahall have performed some signal act of valor or devotion to their oountry." With the cross  an annuity ol ��1U is awarded to warrant officers, seamen and marine., non-  I  Shells We Are Using  There aro several kinds al high-explosive shells, which have been designed Ior various purposes. For Instance, there are the shells the oase of  which is very thin, so that their capacity for containing explosive may be  increased. These explode instantly at  the slightest contact, and are used as  mine*; or, in other words, they cans,  damage not by tbe impact of their  mass, but by the fierceness of the en-  plosion.  Another kind of explosive shell is  made by increasing tho thickness of  the-tteel case and reducing the ohargi  ol explosive. The explosion bt thii  missile is calculated to take place a  little after contact. This type is used  for    the destruction of solid defences,  commissioned officer., and private.,; |ik() WB������ Mrth(m workSj ^ a��� ^  and for each additional bar ��8 per thioklle88 ���, tlw 0aMe ^ the ���,OWM1,  annum is added to the annuity.  ,-J-- In July, 18"!*, owing to the unfortunate condition to which a recipient  had been reduced, and ao induced to  sell his cross, it was decided that the  Home Secretary might, in his discretion, increase tbe annuity to ��fi0- On  April 23, 1881, the warrant was revised to enable officers of any grade to  reoeive the medal, and on August 8,  1903, King Edward sanctioned the posthumous award of the cross, and ol  Ha issue to relatives ol deceased men  who had earned it; prior to thi. the  brave fellows' name, had been gaxett-  ed only. The new regulation was retrospective, so that the surviving representative, of men who had earned the  cross as long ago aa- the Indian Mutiny received the bronze token oi their  relatives' valor. The cross carries  with it the right to append V.C. after  the recipient's name.  The oross is made from captured cannon, and is not as generally and vary  wrongly desoribed, a Maltese cross,  but a cross pate. It bear, in theosn-  tre of the obverse the royal oreet of a  lion peanut gardaat upon the British  Crown, with a ribbon insoribsd "tot  Valor" in a semi circle beneath it, the  end. tucked under the raised edge. The  oross haa a pierced semicircle Ing,  through which a simple link is ran to  attach the oross to the laureauted KU-  pender by a V. Tho obverse has railed edge, like the front, but the centre  is circular, Thu name, rank, reghntnt,  or ship to which the recipient was attached i. engraved upon the baok ol  the suspender, and the reoord of the  aot whioh gained thn decoration inside  the circle oa the baok of the oross.  The cross I. suspended by a dark-eyed  ribbon, 1| inches wide, by military recipients, and by a dark-blue ribbon by  naval recipients Tno only Victor'  ia oross awarded for gallant servioe  not in "the presence of the enemy''  was given to Private Timothy O'Hea  (or extinguishing a fire in an ammunition van during the Fenian Raid In  Canada, I860. It sold in August IW0  for ��50.  South Carolina .rent dry by  than 30,000 majority. Official compilation ot ths vote, oast In toe recent  referendum election showed a large  majority In virtually every distriot ol  the state.  of the explosion permit them to   pos��  trate the- labrio before exploding.  Tho shrapnel is composed ol a hollow case containing bullets and a  oharge, whioh, by exploding, propel,  the latter outward over a great area.  But instead of bursting on the ground,  as the original shrapnel did, tho modern type explodes in the air. Moreover  the shell can be regulated to explode  over a precise point. To render the  action of the shrapnel comprehensible,  it must first bo explained that every  missile, for physical causes, cannot follow a straight line. Its oourse, instead, describes'a curve.  ���     O  Under the direction ol the Hon. the  Minister nl Lands, an attractive pamphlet entitled "British Columbia Timber," has been prepared for distribution among the buyers in overseas  markets. It is intended to draw the  attention of importers overseas to the  forest products ol lho province, and  especially to tho facilities lor exporting British Colurribia lumber. Consisting of nearly forty page, and containing nearly thirty illustration., the  pamphlet treat, of the principal en-  portable woods, their qualities and  use., together with information concerning their strength, values nud suitability for various uses.   0   NEW WAR TAXES  Chancellor ol tho exchequer McKen-  na oetlmates that the government's  revenue for the current year will be  t272,000,0O0; that the expenditure  would reach ��l,5m,(KN),000 and that  the dead weight of debt at tho olose  of the financial vear would be ��2,300,-  000,000.      ,  "The country is prepared and confident," said the chancellor, "but every  section of the nation must make sacrifices.   '  Mr. McKenna p'ropoi-od an addition  i)l 40 per cent, lo the existing income  tax and the taxation of all incomes of  ��130 or more. Tho present minimum ia ��140. This inorease, it is estimated, will act ��37,100,000.  A heavy tan on the profits of manufacturers ot war supplios also was  proposed by thc chancellor. Fifty  per oent. of all war profits above the  amount assessed lor lho income tax,  last year, will be subjected to a speoial tax, whioh works out at sixty psr  east, of   the profit..  Safe aod Sound  Vilhjjalmur Stefansson, chief of the  Canadian government Arctic exploring  and surveying expedition, that left Viotoria, B.C., in June, 19.1, and who  set out afoot over the iee with two  companions from thc chore of Northeastern Alaska in March, 1914, to seek  new land in uncharted seas, did not  go to his death, as tha world had  begun to fear, but found the new land,  and the only hardships endured were  thoss of short rations, he says. Stefansson is wintering at Bankslnnd,  whero he has a large power schooner  >and a small one. He plans to, explore  his new territory during the winter,  and next summer penetrate further  into the region of mystery, between Alaska and the North Pole, where no  ship haB ever gone. The/ power boat  Ruby arrived from Herschel Island on  Thursday with dispatches from Stefansson to his government, in whioh  he omits reference to the peri's of the  journey on the ice, and gives space  to the scientific results aohieved. He  seems to have been quite unaware of  the anxiety his long silence ardusoi,  The southern or Anderson wing of  the expedition is pursuing its scientific  work in the Mackenzie Delta, and reports no mishap, except the death of  Engineer Daniel Blue, of the power  boat Alaska. This is the thirteenth  death among members of the expedition. Eight men perished on the ice  while trying to reach Wrangell Island  after the Karluk Vas crushed. Two  died ol scurvy on Wrangell Island and  another accidentally shot and killed  himself there. Another, in the Mackenzie country, went insane while lost  and committed suicide by shooting.  Is Strong Advocate  Prairie Butter for B.C.  Saskatchewan creameries are taxed  te capacity these days, says a prairie  exchange to get sufficient butter ready  lor the filling of the order for twenty  four oars of butter to be shipped to  British Columbia. The order was received some time ago, The butter is to  be delivered during the months of September aud October and is the largest  single order for butter ever given in  Canada.  A speoial appeal has been made by  the dairy commissioner to the ihana-  gers of the different creameries to. exert every effort in their power so that  this order might be filled and the looal  demand supplied.  The market ereated in the coast province for Saskatchewan butter, says  the exohaoge is a large one and very  profitable. Farmers in the provinoe  have not been slow to recognise the  development of the industry and are  strengthening their herds so as to increase the output ol the creameries.  Top prices for butter fat havs prevailed all season; at no time was creamery butter selling for less than 30 "oents  a pound.  Major Perry, of Kelowna has been  appointed commanding officer of the  Vernon internment camp to (ill the  vacanoy recently caused by the resignation ol Major Clarke.  Those entitled to membership tickets,  in the Agricultural Association on acoount ot their last years prises should  call at onoe and get them from the  seoretary.  The young ladies of the Rod Cross  intend holding a sale of candy at ths  fall fair next week in aid of the Red  Cross funds. To ths end all ladies  interested are requested to donate  boxes of candy, which should be left  at the store ol Messrs. Campbell aod  Prioe, who have kindly consented to  take charge of them, not later than  Monday afternoon, September 97th.  Don't forget the grand conoert Tuesday evening in tho Opera House, when  the Lieutenant Governor ol the province will l�� present to hear a pro  gram providod by lbcol artist*, and  the.bend of the 47th.  The Lausanne Gast't'e fleneva (aye  it has learned that the German Government has decided to issue a declaration annexing to-the German Empire  the occupied territory In Franoe and  Belgian-.  WOULD CREATE IN YOUNG INTEREST IN BASIC INDUSTRY  > Mr. J. W. Gibson, superintendent of  Agricultural Education for the provinoe gave an interesting talk Tuesday evening in the auditorium oi tbe  publio sohool on "School Gardens, and  the   Beautifying of School Grounds".  There, was a good attendance, including ths school staff and most of  the elder scholars.  Mr. Gibson said that in introducing  the subject of Agriculture into the  sohool. of the province, there was no  expectation of training practical farmers. The intention was rather to give  every child whether farmer or not a  more intelligent interest fo the industry which is the basis ol all others.  He was an enthusiast on the subject  of sohool gardens'regarding which he  had much to say, and the excellent  lantern slides with which the lecture  was illustrated consisted largely ot  Views and plans of school garden, in  the older provinces and also o' gar-  dens in process of formation m B. C.  He did not agree with -the opinion  sometimes expressed that school gardens interfered with the ordinary work  of a school. It "was his experience  and that of others, that the interest  and enthusiasm created by the gardening experiments; reaohed to the  benelit of the whole sohool curriculum.  Mr. Gibson had much excellent advice and suggestions regarding the  beautifying of schooi grounds and incidentally of streets, private gardens,  and back yards too. -He was pleased  lo note that much had been done in  that Kne in Kclowna and that auoh  an excellent stp.-t had been made with  the fixing up of the school grounds.  EXTENDS TIME FOR  TAX SALE REDEMPTION  Apropos of the arguments presented  at a meeting of the Viotoria board of  trade last week, in favor of a change  being made with regard to the holding of tax sales, Sir Richard McBrido  states that the government a few day.  ago communicated ta the authorities  of the municipality of South Vanoouver the-decision that the period of redemption in the case of tax sales  would be extended from one to two  years.  Sir Richard added that this ruling  would apply to all other municipalities througnout the provinoe. A similar decision had been come to in other parts of the Dominion in respect to  ths tax sales, and it wa. felt that a.  a result of adverse conditions caused  by the war, it would exercise a salutary influence in British Columbia  and not in any way interfere with the  economy ol the municipalities-  Sir Richard was asked if this decision of the government would meet  the resolution passed by the board of  trade in regard to land owned by private citizens, and he replied in the  affirmative. This resolution read ae  follows:  "That tho government be requested  to give notioe that at the next session of thc legislature it will bring  down a bill to extend the term of redemption on all property sold ior  taxes since January 1, 1915, so as to  make the time of redemption not less  than two years from the date of aale."  Sir Riohard added that for some  time the government had had under  consideration legislation looking towards providing a lull meaaure nt  protection to the soldiers at the  front whose property interests in British Columbia are involved.  ATTORNEY-GENERAL BOWSER AND W-.'R. BOSS  HERE TOMORROW^  Tho Hon. W. J. Bowser, provincial Attorney General, and  the Hon. W. It. Hues, minister.,  of lands wiH be in Kdowna for  a short time tomorrow (Friday)  They will arrive from Vernon  by auto about noon, lunrhing<  here, and proceeding ���n across  the lake and down tbe lake.  shore road to Pentioton, en  route for the Koot nays.  .���-jj.MtVifcjU ���:.*<���!������������v��.~J'*ui*u*.w,..-.-_.-i,^�� mmmmmwm  ������    I     fim^mmm^^mW^^mmW I    .11. j    leiBtPHgJ  PAOI TWO.  KELOWNA   RECOID  THURSDAY, >JEPTEMBER 23, 1915  KELOWNA RECORD  Published tvwy Thursday tt Keloiraa,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  **H  MORE  THOOPS  FOR  THE flARD^MTCLtES  $1.50    par   year;    7Sc.,    bu    months.   United  stiitaa 60 oenti additional.  All nubicriptiorii DBv&bl�� in advance  Subicriben at the regular rate tan have  intra paper* mailed to Irlends at a din-tone*  ut HALF RATE. i.e.. 78 cents per year.  Thit ipecinl prlviton ia irrmiliil lor tbe  uurpoae ol advertising tt*e citv nnd district.  ABVBRT18ING  RATES  LQDOE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAti CARDS.  ETC.. . fi cents oer tolmiin inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 daya, $<V  AO dava S7.  WATER  NOTICES-RO (or five Insertion*.  LEGAL ALIVKRTISINO-Kirat inaertion. 12  centa ner line: each aubaequcnt loaertlon. B  centa  per  tine.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cenlt  per word lirat inaertion. 1 oent prr word  eotih subsequent inaertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inches  aad under. 00 cente per inch firat inaertion  over two inches 40 centa per inch lirat inaertioa:   20 cents ner inch each subsequent  ��� inaertion.  All chances in contract advertisements muat  lie in the handa of tba printer by Tuesday  evening to ensure publication in tbt next  issue.  finals of Local Tennis  Tournament Played Off  In lovely weather tin* finals of the  annual Club Tournament were played  off on Thursday last by the Kelowna  Tennis  Club.  The membership this stvtson has been  distinctly good in spite of adverse circumstances an I the entry lists for tho  tournament have been larger than in  previous years.  A very enjoyable afternoon was spent  by the onlookers and much good play  was seen. The mixed doubles (handicap) had to be postponed ns there was  not time to play it oft. Mrs. F. W.  Fraser and Miss IJ, B. Seon kindly  provided tea for thos3 present, atid  at the conclusion of piny Mrs. G. E.  Seon presented* thc prizes to the winners.  Ladies' .Singles, (open). Mins B. IS.  Seon beat Misa K. (j. (irecnited 8^-6,  7-5.  Ladies' Doubles {open). Mra. Gardner  and .Mias li. 12. Scon beat IRas E.  Spencer and Mrs. Mitchell, 6���2. 1���6,  (M.  Mixed Doublefl. (open). W. E. Adams  and Miss E. Spencer beat H. G. M.  (Jardner and Mrs. Gardner 7���5, 2-3,  6-4.  Men's Singles, (open). H. A. WilliB  beat A. W. Cooke, 6-4, 6-1. *~6��  6-1. ,  Men's Doubles, (open). A. W. Cook..  ��nd If. G. M. Gardner be.it l'. R.  Draper, and C. L Cregoe 6���1, 6���1,  6-1.  La'dies' Singles (handicap). Miss N.  G. Greensted beat Miss B. E. Scon,  ;j_fi( 6_-i, 6-1.  Ladies' Doubles, (hi>nrlic,*.p). Mn.  Gardner and Mrs. Foniter beat Miss  H. E. Seon a"d Miss N. fl. Greensted  3_*T,? r���1. 6���1.  Men's Singles, (handicap). St. G. P.  Baldwin beat W. Greensted 6-4, 4���6.  6-4.   ,  Men's Doubles, (handicap). H. G. M.  Wilson and W. E. Adams won from  Dr. G. h, Campbell and E. C. Weddell  by default.  Mixed Doubles (handicap). W. Greensted and Mrs. (Jardner vs. H. 0. M.  Wilson and Miss B, E. Seon, postpon'  ed.  On Wednesday, of last week a ladies'  doubles tennis match was played at  the Mission, between the club of that  place and Kelowna, which resulted in  a draw, each side winning, two sets.  Mission team.���Mrs. Leigh and Mra.  Fordham; Miss Hull and Miss Hob-  son.  Kelowna team.��� Mias E. Spencer  and Mrs. Gardner; Mis B. E, Seon  and Miss N. G. Greensted.  Mra. Leigh and Mrs. Fordham loBt  to Miss Spencer and Mrs. Gardner,  4���6, G���4. 3���6; beat Mias Seon and  Miss Greensted, 6-3, 6-1.  Miss Hull and Miss Ilobson lost to  MiBs Spencer and Mrs. Gardner, 1���6,  1���6: beat Miss Seon and Misa Greensted, 2���6. 8-6, 6-1.   O   A violent cyclone occurred at the  seaport town of Bari, Italy, on September 5. Thirteen are known dead,  and the loss amounts to millions.  Kecent Geneva despatches say that  11-5,000 Australian aid French troopu  have arrived at Mudros Island. Thin  brings the total of Allied troops at  the Dardanelles to 350,000 and is t>-  lieved to portend a tremendous effort  to sweep the TurKs from the Gallipoli  1'eninsiila at any cost.  Ex-president Roownolt has gone on  a hunting trip into the northern  wilds of the province of Quebec,  where he hopes to find big game.   0 *   For several wroVs Queen Ametie of  Portugal', concealing her identity, hat.  been working aa a nurse 'in cap and  gown in the Third London General  Hospital at Wandsworth.  Your Pet  Corns  Corns are often treated  as though they were  something that'had to  stay but could be kept  in subjection by trimming.  The better way is not  to tolerate corns at all  but take them off with  Rexall Corn Cure  This remedy loosens  the corns and detaches  them from the healthy  tissues.  Price 25 cents  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19   Kelowna. B.C.  SYN0PSI8 OF C0>L MDONa  BEGULAT10NS  Coal mining rights ai the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan anil Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province ot British Columbia, may  be leased tor a term oi twenty-one  years at an annual rental ol $1 an  acres. Not more than 2,600  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications ior the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent ol Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in which tho rights applied ior are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unswayed territory the tract applied lor  shall be staked out by tke applicant  himself.  Each application must be  panied by a iee oi $6 whioh will be  refunded ii the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty ahall be paid on the  ohantable output oi the mine at the  rate ol five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn return!  accounting lor the full qunatity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, sash  returns shall be furnished at least  once a year.  Tho lease will inolude the coal mining rights only, but the lessae may  be permitted to purchase , whatever  available surfaoe rights may be considered necessary for tho working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an aore.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary pf  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ' of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Housewife  is ai ever so careful about anything as about  the goceries she buys for the family table.  And rightly so. The largest portion of the  wee'-ly income goes in supplying the wants  of the family in the eating line.  You ean save money  by buying the best  The best is the cheapest in the long  run as every good cook knows. Price is  pot by any means the. only standard to use  in judging value of article of food supply.  We take a pride in the  Quality of our goods  and by careful buying can guarantee you  satisfaction with your purchases.  The best of service from  THESTOREOFPsLm  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  WE STILL BUY LOCAL BUTTER AND PAY 35e PER POUND  There is no use Talking  ������si ���������    iihim      mi i.   lama���a mi sMMnms^siininsnsnsasnssMtnMsasWJM miian���    ^^*^  for Big Money-Saving Bargains in Seasonable Merchandise  OUR SALE now in FULL SWING  is HEAD AND SHOULDERS above anything eoer attempted in Kelowna  OUR CUT PRICES have certainly got the people on the run  for FALL AND WINTER GOODS  and our imperative instructions from Mr. Rae are to cut the prices stronger than ever and keep the cash register humming and bu3y all the time like last week. Bear in mind the stock is going fast and at prices you may never Rave  the opportunity of buying at again in Kelowna.     We will have extra help and you will be waited upon promptly.  If you are needing Dry Goods, Clothing. Furnishings. Boots and Shoes  for the whole family, COME TO A REAL SALE where you will not have to pay IO per cent, for the hot air man.  , Clearing Out  hi THCBSDAY, SEPTEMBER at*. 11*16  KBI/OWNA  RECORD  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietor, of the Priests' Orchard  Feed Your Cows  on Alfalfa  When the calf  is three weeks old  ta��e it to the K.L.O.  Ranch and get for  it a ton of Prime  Alfalfa Hay.  Other Animals  ta^en in trade for  Hay.   .  I  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Financial "Agents       Rents Collected  Properties Managed  Accident, Fire, Life, Marine and Employers'  Liability Insurance  ANNOUNCEMENT!  The new Fall and Winter Line of Tailor-Made Fashions  for Women and Misses, by the Celebrated  INDIVIDUAL TAILORS  It Now Ready for Inspection at Our Store  COATS. SUITS. DRESSES AND SKIRTS  Each Garment Shown In Photographic Reproduction  on LIVING MODELS  Newest Fall and Winter Fabrics and Colors.   Elegant  Styles. Finest Workmanship. Faultless Fit.  Each garment cut and made to customer's  individual measurements  DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM BEFORE YOU ORDER  YOUR WINTER CLOTHES  TAILORED HATS  THE NEW FALL MODEL HATS ARE NOW READY  FOR YOUR INSPECTION  Our Expert Milliner will be Pleased to Show You  the Style.that Suits  JERMAN HUNT  UMITEO  Phone 361 Kelowna  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Miss Hazel Ritchie left yesterday tor  i visit to Vancouver.  ��� ������.#������  Hrs. .lerman Hunt and Hiss l"u,fh  wore visitors yesterday to Vornon.  ��� ~��   ��  ' Hr. and Hrs. A. N. Harker returned  last weok from a visit to San l'rau-  risco.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. R. Archibald who has been staying with Hr. and Hrs. D. Farlane  leaves today on his return to Victoria.  ��� ���   ��  Mrs.  H. Newby     returned    Monday  from a visit to Kamloops. While away  Mrs. Newby attended lie Women's Institute convention at Salmon Arm.  ��� o    a ���  Miss Abercomble is leaving for   the  east on Monday, Sept. 27th and will  be at home to her friends on Friday  afternoon and evening, at No. ftlfi  Glenn avenue.  ��� *   ���  The secretary of the fall fair, Mr. W.  M. Edwards has opened temporary offices in what'was formerly Muirhead's'  shoe Htore. This office will be kept  open until after the fair.  l'rivuiu W. Haston now of the Army  Medical Corps is on a visit this week  from Vernon.  ��� *   *  Private (Joo. Agnew of the 47th was  a visilor in town for a low days this  week.  ��� ���   ���  ��� Mrs. K. I\ Oxley and son, Herbert  are sprmling a wbo'c'h holiday in the  Mission Creek country, the guests ol  Mr. and Mrs.  I.��i'  llrown.  ��� ���   ��  Harry Small ol the R.H.R., who ia  bridge guarding in the vicinity, of  Glacier is a visitor in the oity this  week on leave of absenoe.  ��   tt   *  Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dunn left/ Sunday for the coast. Mr. Dunn is attending a convention of the Union of  B. (.'. Municipalities at Chilliwaok.  ��� ' ���   ��  The annual meeting of the Equal  Franchise League is deferred till the  last Thursday in October, on account  of many other events at the end of  the present month.  The trustees of the schools in Ke  lowna and the various sohool districts  are being asked to grant half .day  holidays on Tuesday and Wednesday  next to allow the children to attaai  tbe fall fair.  ��� *   ��  The Host Rev. Archbishop Timothy  Casey D.D. of Vanoouver is visiting Kelowna in the course ol his confirmation  lour of the diocese. He will be  about the third week in October. A  meeting was held in the Catholic  church after mass last Sunday to make  arrangements for his reception.  ��� *   ���  Mr. 3. S. Macdonald, general inspector of western telegraphs for tbe Dominion government was in Kelowna  this week on his regular tour of inspection. He spent a few days with  Mr. H. H. Millie.  The Ladies' Hospital Aid will hold  their annual "Tag Day" on Tueaday  Sept., 28th instead of Wednesday as  advertised last week. Any person  wishing to help kindly phone Mrs. P.  B. Willi's, No. 14. " '        "  ��� ���   ���  The Juvenile Lodge ol the I.O.G.T.,  will hold its regular meeting next  Thursday afternoon at the usual hour  in the lodge room at the old school  house. All members are requested to  make a special effort to be present.  ��� ���   ���  Will the ladies of the Kelowna Wo  men's Institute keep in mind the How  er show to be held next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the exhibition  building. All entries can be made by  applying to Mrs. Harold Newby, either  before that day or on Monday afternoon between 1 and ," o'clock at the  fair buildings.  ��� ���   a  Mr. Wm. Crawford, adjutant of the  local Volunteer Reserve Corps comes  to the fore with a suggestion, whioh,  from all appearances, wontd very  shortly terminate the European war.  He suggests that the Peaoe delegates  recommend to the betigerents to lay  down their arms and continue with  their fists, in which case, he says,  "the struggle would not last long."  ��� ���   o   o  W. F. Bouvette, jr., came in yesterday Irom Bowden, Alta. He intends  returning next week with his wife ana  family. Frank has lately embarked  on a dairy farm and is well pleased  with the prospect. He is about a  mile and a half from the creamery  where he ships his product.  ���   ���   s  Dr. Hamilton, of Revelstoke, but  now of the Army Medical Corps at  Vernon spent a few days last week  here the guest ol Dr. Campbell. During  his stay they enjoyed a short outing  in the nearby woods in search of  game, returning with a string of beautiful grouse.  Mrs. H. (I. S. Collett with her moth  er, Mrs. I.ocock. and two sisters left  yesterday morning for New York  whence they will embark October 2nd  for the old country.  s   ���   ���  The fall fair management wish agafin  lo remind exhibitors that all entries  should be made by Saturday, the 26th  and that all exhibits tuust bo in place  by the afternoon of Monday.  ���   ���   ���  The C.P.R. has agreed to run the  S. S. Sicamous for excursions both  days af the fall fair. The time of  leaving Vernon is 8 a.m., and the return boat will leave Kelowna at 11.30  at night.  ��   ��   ��  The usual monthly Church of England service will not be held at Rutland on Sunday next. The Harvest  Thanksgiving service at St. Andre-vs  Okanagan Mission will ue Mi At  Evensong on Sunday next.  . *   ��   ��  The annual meeting ol tbe Ladies  Hospital Aid will be held in ths  Board of Trade room on Saturday  October 2nd at 3 o'clock. Will the  srs .and any- others wishing to  become a member make efforts to be  present. ,  ��� s   ���  Mr. Reid Johnson, formerly C.P.R.  telegraph agent at Kelowna and lately at I*enticton has just received another step up in the ladder by his  transfer) to Kamloops. He is to relieve at] Vernon lor a couple of weeks  and will 'ben take up his duties at  Kamloops.  ��� ���   ���  The Ejpworth League of the Methodist church held its opening meeting  in the form of a social on Monday  Sept. 20th. Quite a large number  were present and all seemed to enjoy  themselves. An interesting program  was provided alter which refreshments  were served. This was a very good  beginning. Let us keep up the good  work. Next Monday, Sept. 27th Mr.  Rogers will address the League on  "Prohibition." Everybody oome.  ��� s   ���  As it is expeoted that there will  be quite a number ol people in town  for the fall fair who will want to stay  over for a day or two, it has been  thought advisable that the AgricuKu  ral Association secret:.rv should undertake to help suoh as far as possible  to secure accommodation. It is there  fore desired that all who have span  rooms to rent for such a purpose  should leave particulars and terns  with the secretary, Mr. W. M. Edwards.  Choicest Seasonable Groceries at  Attractive Cash Prices  Choice Albert. Creamery Butter,  Friday and Saturaay Extra  Special. Jib. for $1  Choice Salmon, Jib. hns .4 for 25c  Western Brand Salmon  I lb. Has 2 (or 25c  Anglo-Saxon toilet paper, Rail 5c  Premium Bailed Ham,  Sliced to taste.per lb. 35c  -   THESE PRICES ARE  BAKING POWDER SPECIALS  Your choke of either "Eggo" or  Whito Star, bath guaranteed  2|tt>. ttao 45c. 51b. tins 75c.  (Crinkle Cm Flakes 3 for 25c  Huntley k Palmer, aaa McViti.  fcW��biec��keiahalfIb.p��kets  aav Tartar/ per lb..10c  FOR SPOT CASH  Lata more Bargains si the Cash  CAMPBELL  Kelowna's Cash Grocery  Grocery      Come in and See  A PW.CE  PtsooeM  Oven Is a wonderful baker. That's because  tbe heat flues completely encircle it  M'uaiy*  tootenay  satisfies the most eScting  cook on every point. Let the  McGlary dealer demonstrate the fact       ���  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co, Ltd.  of DeLaval  Cream Separators  No.  Gals, per hour  -    -135      -  Price  $40.00  5  ���      200  -     $50.00  10  ���      335  .    $65.00  13  450  .     $75.00  15  675  .     $90.00  17  900  .   $110.00  We can arrange very liberal terms or give good Discount  for Cath  I  :  :  We also carry in stock  Cream Cans 5 and 8 gallon  Milk   Bottles Q����l�� ��nd Pints  Bottle Caps  Rubber Rings  Separator Oil  W. R. GLENN & SON  Phone 150  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave.  Kelowna  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leather���including Harneaa, Boott  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Beltt, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone ��� 347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We bare a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND HNISWNG LUM ER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  mA^^Ofim  "*tw.J3 PAGE FOITR  KELOWNA   RECOBJ)  TRUBSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916  DOWN! DOWN!  Down go prices of Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, Rugs, Linoleums, &c. Another big slash that will force the selling and crowd the big store with an army  of determined buyers during the remaining few days of Kelowna's Greatest  Furniture Sale. We guarantee our prices to be much low r than any mailorder house in Western Canada, besides saving you a Heavy Freight   Bill  Brass Sash Curtain Rods  Extension  kind.   Now only  2 for 5c  Japanese  Matting  Reg. price 30c, special at  Superior quality Furniture for less than  wholesale  cost. Hurry! Sale continues only a few days  ALL FELT MATTRESSES  Sateen tick cover, reg. $9. Special for this  d��/�� Rfl  week at the absurdly low price of tpOiUw  Wonderful  bargains  in  Bed  room Suites.     Buy  now ��� Save the retailer's profit  Dreiser and Wash Stand  Solid oak Dresser and  Wash   Stand.    Reg.  *38- s*-*<- $26.85  19.  CURTAIN  SCRIMS  Reg. 25c per yard.     Special  15c  WALL  PAPER  Entire Stock at  Half Price  WINDOW  SHADES  Reg. 55c values, now cut to  30.  Baby  Carriages.  Reg. $16 values for  $7  "ELMWOOD"  ARMCHAIRS  Reg. $3.75, sale price  $2  Elmwood  Dressers  13 x 22 mirror.    Reg.  $12. Sale price is  7.75  Felt Top  Mattresses  40-lb. Reg.$5.50,now  $3.95  Why pay High Price for Second-Hand Goods when  you can buy New Furniture at these Low Prices ?  FANCY CENTRE TABLES  A large and fine assortment. All   Half   Price  Genuine Oil Paintings  in Fancy Gilt Frames, reg. $6.   Your choice at JO  Radical reductions on all Dining Tables, Chairs,  Buffets, China Cabinets and Serving Tables, Kitchen  Cabinets, &c.   Cet our Sale Prices this week  Japanese  Grass  Chairs  Our own importation.  On sale at less than  wholesale reg. cost.  A special lot of up to  $7.50 values  $3.95  $4.75 Iron Beds $3.10  An extra special bargain; I  and 1-sixteenth AQ 1 f\  in. posts. Costs T<k j 111  $3.55 f.o.b. at ,+'-/�� ��� V  Winnipeg, plus freight. Our  saleprice '- $3.10  $20 Brass Beds $12  On display in  show window  Sliding Couch Bed  With Felt Mattress.  Reg. $18. Our sale  price is  $12.50  An Upholstered Couch  Artificial leather covered. Reg.  $12.   Sale price is  $6,75  White Sewing  Machines  The World's Best  Reg.  $70.    Sale  Price only  $35  ��� FREE! S  m  First Prize:  1  ��S^) Second Prize  m  $15 Morris Chair   m  Third Prize:  m V Jap. Grass Chair m  0*v3 Doupon with every dollar pur- tjof  gvf< chase.   Drawing takes place on ^-"5  ,iWm.           Saturday, October 2nd mtni\  fig, im  msmMMBxm  Tapestry Carpet  Reg. $10 Tapestry Carpet, size  7ft6in. x9ft.    One  Aj"  only, and our special JiJ  price is cut to H'-^  Genuine Brussels Carpet  Reg. $24 Carpets, . - -  genuine body Brus- T* ] S  sels.   The sale price *r ' -/  Assortment of Carpets  Reg. to $12 Carpets, A. *]  size 9 ft. x 9 ft., priced TW  for the sale at tt "  Manilla Carpet  Reg.   50c   Manilla   _ _.  Carpet, 36-in. wide.   *4()/*  Sale price, per yard    * V/V  KELOWNA  FURNITURE  COMPANY  SIDEBOARD  Royal Oak   Fine  Finish  Pedestal style, with Fancy  Carving.   Large size  Reg. $20  Special  $1350  Cocoa Fibre  Door Mats  Reg. price $1.25, now  75c  Music Rolls  65 Note  Reg. prices up to $2.50  39c  Curtain Net  Wide Width  Reg. 25c and 30c per yard  12ci  BLANKETS  Heavy Grey Wool  Reg. $2.75 per pair  $1.90  Reg. $6  Burlap Screen  with three leaves  $3.45  IMPORTED ENGLISH  TOILET SETS  Six Pieces  Reg. Priced at $3, now  $1.75  Brass Curtain  Poles  Reg. 30c, special now at  15c wm  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916  KELOWNA  RECOfcJV  pm% tm  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF KELOWNA  TAX  SALE  ��� NOTICE is hereby'given that in pursuance of the provisions of the " Municipal Act" and amendments thereto, and of a resolution of the Municipal Council of the City of Kelowna  passed on the 27th day of August, 1915,1 will.on October 12th. 1915, at ten o'clock in the foreitoon, at the Board of Trade Building, Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., sell at Public A uctio**  the land situated withm the said city, also the lands situated within the Kelowna City School District and hereinafter described, for delinquent taxes and rates,and taxes and rates in arrears,  ind for interest, costs and expenses, if the total amount is not sooner-paid:--- .  Assessed Owner  ��  5  f'ili.i      s  $     S  Adams, Charlea  18 1014  Adams, Charles  -        1 1036  Adams, Charlea         - 2  '    ' \   1036  Adame,,Charlea .. ..-  6 1036  Adams, Charles  .,     .   7 1036  Adams, Charlea .. .. ,.'   8 1036  Adams, Charlea         70 .   1103  Akeroyd, Miss Kate    15 17       203  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J .H.  Dee, II.' G., Hodgson, John.  Ogden, SI., Scales, John .....     fi      1      1446  Allbrighton U.K., Clements, 1.11.  Dee, II. G���  Hodgson,  John.  Ogden, N., .Scales, John  6       1 .   1448  Allbrighton G.I'., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, II. G., Hodgson, John. ,  Ogden, M., Scales, John ...'>. 7      1      1448  Allbrighton G.H., Clements, J.H.  Uee, H. G., Hodgson, John.  Ogden, M. Scales, John     *    8      1      1448  Allbrighton G.B., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John . _ .  Ogden, M. Soales, John.     ... V      1-     1446  AllbrightonG.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, IA. Scales, John  10      I      1448  AllbrightonG.il., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  11       1      1416  AllbrightonC.H., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  13      1      1448"  Allbrighton G.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, ii. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. .Scales, John'  13'.     1      1446  Allbrighton G.J!., Clements, J.H.  Dee, 11. Gv*   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John  .      14'      1      1448  Allbrighton G.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H, Scales, Jphn  15      I      1148  Allbrighton (1.1!., Clements, J.H.  Deo, H. G.j   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, Al. Scales, John  IB       1      1448  ���    AllbiightonG.il., Clements, JIH.  Dee, II. G,,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, Al. Scales, John  17       1      1446  AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, AI. Soales, John ..      .. 3      2      1446  Allbrighton G.II., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, AI. Soales, John  4      2      1446  >      Allbrighton G.R., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, Al. Scales, John  5      2      1446  AllbrightonG.R., ClementB, J.H.  Doe, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  6      2     1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  |.J* Bgden, AI. Scales, John ......        .7      2      1448 '  Allbrighton G.R., ClementB, T.H.  Dee, II. G���   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, AC, Soales, John  8      2      1418  AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H. <  Doe, H. G.,   Hodgson, John . 1  Ogden, AI. Scales, John '        9      2     1448  Allbrighton tl.lt., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  > Ogden, At., Scales, John. ... 10      2     1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. (!.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, AI. Scales, John  11      2      1448,  Allbrighton G.B., CJementB, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,' Hodgson, John .  'Ogden, At. Soalea, John         .12      2     1446  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John . * i  '   Ogden, 11. Soales, John .. .... 13      2      1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H. .  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, .John .  Ogden, At. Scales, John  14      2      1448  Allbrighton G.II., Clements, J.H. ,  Dec, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  , Ogden, Al., Scalos, John  15      2      1446  Allbrighton G.B.', Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John ,  Ogden, At., Scales, John ..  ... 16      2      1448  ,        Allbrighton G.B., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, H. fl.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John  '      17      2      1448  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee, IT. G���   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, At. Scales, John   18'      2      1446  Allbrighton G.K., ClementB, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scalos, John  19      2      1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H. '  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, AI. Scales, John  20      2      1446  Allbrighton G II., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. G.,   Hodgson, John . ���  ���Ogden, M. Scales, John  21      2      1448  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H. x  Dee, H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  :      22      2      1448  AilbrightonG.lt., Clemenla, J.H.  '  Doe,'  H. G.,. Hodgson, John .  '     Ogdon, M. Scalos,- John  33      2     1448  Allbrighton G.E., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   il. G.,   Hodgson, John ..  Ogden, At. Scales, John  34      2      1446  AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   11. G.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogdon, H. Scales, John .. h .. 28      2     1448  Allbrighton G.R., Clementa, J.H.  Dee,   H. (!.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, At. Scales, John          26      3     1446  AllbrightonG.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,-H. G.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  37      3      1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clementa, 3.H.      .  ' Doe,   H. G.,   Hodgaon, John .      . !  Ogden, M. Sealea, John     .38      3     1448  Allbrighton G.B., Clementa, J ;H. N  Dee,   H. G.,   HodgBon, John . ���  Ogden, At. Sealea, John  39      2     1448  ,    Allbrighton G.R., Cleniente, J.H.  .  Doe,   H. 0.,   Hodgson, John .  Opddn, M. Scales, John   80-2      1446  Allbrighton G.B., <'lemon'b, J.H.  ,    . Dee,  H. 0.,   HodgBon, John .     *  '   Ogden, M. Scales, John  31     '2      1448  Allbrighton O.K., ClementB, J.H.  Doe, n. G��� HodgBon, John .  ���gdeu, H. 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'   51  Copoland, R.A., Elliott,' S.T. . 63  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 9  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat . 9  Daigle, Frank; Noel, Auguat . . 3  Daijle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 4  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. S  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 6  Daigre, Frank, Noel, August .. 7       ,  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 8  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. II  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 13  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat ������ 18  Copeland, B.A., FJliott, S.T. . 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P  4      5 402  Budden, Geo. F  5      5 462  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .   ' 49 12-16  Devercux, W. H  54 1210  Dick, Mrs. Mark  16 885  Duccommun, F  16      4 1448  Dunster, Mrs. I.. E. .'.  17     HI 462  Woolsey, Mra. J. W  7 1303  England, Ernest  7 622  England, Erneat  8 622  England, James  43 1039  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 46 1240  Flack, Walter, H  26 1232  Fuller, J.R. tt W.A  34 483  Fung Yee N26*t 3      4 463  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 12 1246  Gill Mrs. Rosa  32 1232  Gill, Mrs. RoBa  33 1333  Goddard, Alfred  19 1340  Grand Pacific Land Co.' Ltd . 5     14 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co.  Ltd . 15     14 1306  Grand Pacilia Land Co. Ltd . 19     14 1306  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd . 21     14 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 10     15 1306  Grand Pacifio Ldnd Co. Ltd .. 13     15 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 16     15 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 23     15 1306  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd .. 21     15 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 3     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 4     10 1306  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd .. 5     16 1306  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. . 6     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd.  . 7     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 8     16 1306  Grand Pacific Lund Co.  Ltd .. 9'   10 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 10     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 11     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. 12     10 1300  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 18     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 19     10 1300  Grand  Pacific Land Co.   Ltd. . 20     16 1306  Grand Pacific I.und  Co.   Ltd.  . 21      16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 22     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 23     J6 1306  Grand  Pacific Land Co.  Ltd .. 24     16 1306  Grand Paoifio l.aml Co. Ltd. .. 35     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd .. 26     16 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 2     18 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 5     18 1306  Grand  Pacific Land Co. Ltd.  . 9     18 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 18     18 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 19    18 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 24     18 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . I     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 2     19 1306  Gran! Pacific I.und Co. Ltd.  . 3     19 1306  Grand Pacific l.nr..i Co. ltd. . 4     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co.  Ltd. , 5      19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .. 6     19 1306  Grand Pacific.Land Co. Ltd. . 7     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 8    19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 9     19 1306  Grand Paoific Lund Co. Ltd. . 10    19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 11     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 12     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 13     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 14     19 1306  Grand Pacific Itand Co. Ltd. . 15     19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .    . 16     19 1306.  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. . 17     19 1306  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd. . 18 '   19 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 1     23 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. . 2     23 J306  Grond Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. . 3     23 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .   part 4     23 1306  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .   part 5    23 1306  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. S.W.coriS    23 1306  Gray, John P    16 17 202  Grove, Charles  7 694  Grove, Charlea  8 694  Hall, J. E. I. ..  13     18 1306  Hankinson, E. E    Si 6 590  Hansen, Guatavus  6       6 462  Hehner, C  2 622  Hides, H. B. ..  10 432  Hill, Geo. Wilson, Mian  10   -6 463  Hill, Geo., Wilaon, Allan .... 11      6 463  Holee, Harry        14 17 202  Holman, L     1 4&5    7 318,  Holman, L '.,    2 4&5    7 316  Holman, L     3 4&5     7 315  Holman, L         4 4&5    7 315  Holman, L. ....   ��     6 4&5.   .7 315  Holman, L. ..     6 4&S     7 316,    45.09  Holman, l     7 4&5    7 315     43.48  Holman, L. .. ..        8 4&S     7 316     27.90  Holman, L  6 635     31.86  Hookham, David    12 17 202      U.61  Hudson, H. G. E 18ft. 11&12   8 462    104.12  Hudson, G. H. E  40 483     30.32  Hunfjord, GiUis      1 Wpart42 463     40.13  Hunfjord, Gillis         2 Wpart42 402'    4S.12  Hunfjord, GUlia .. .,     3Wpart42 462     40.12  Hunfjord, Gillie ..'      5Wpart42 462      10.12  Hunfjord, Gillia  S22.6lt 6 Wpart42 462     20.53  Hunfjord, GUlia S22.5K 7 Wpart42 462       5.73  Hunljord, GiUia     8 Wpart42 462      11.74  Hunfjord, fJillis     9 Wpart42 462      11.74  Hunfjord, GUlia    10Wpart42, 462     11.74  Hunfjord, GilUa    U Wpart42 462     11.74  nunljord, Gillia 13Wpart43 463     11.74  Hunljord, Gillia    14Wpart43 463       9.41  Hunljord, Gillia        HJLWparU2 463     11.74  Hunljord, Gillia    16 Wpart42 462      15.27  Hunljord, Gillia  39      * 1014       9.41  Hunljord, Gillia  51 1014     30.06  Hunljord, Gillis .. .���  63 1014     20.08  Johns, W. H  W 1340       6.97'  Copeland, R.A.  Elliott  S.T.  . 7 1246      16.36  Johnston, H.I., Sulivan, R.D.. . 4     12 463    443.16  Johnston, ILL, Sulivan, B.D. . 5    12 462   1264.14  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..3 17 202     12.75  JoBaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..    4 17. 303     13.95  Josaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..9 17 303     U.61  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..   10 17 "202      U.61  Josaelyn, CC, Cooper, T.E...   11 17 202     U.61  Joaselyh, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..   18 17 203      13.95  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..   19 17 303     13.95  Joeselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..20 17 202      11.01  Jpaeelyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ..  31 17 203     U.61  . Joaselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. ..  22 17 202      11,61  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..23 17 202      U.61,  Joaaelyn, CC��Cooper, T.E. ..24 17 203 .   11.81  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ..25 17 303      U.61 .  Joaaelyn, CC, Coopor, T.E. .36 17 ' 303     U.61  Joaaelyn, CC, Coopor, T.E. .27 17 303      U.61  Joaaolyn, C,C, Cooper, T.E. .28 17 303     U.61  Joaaelyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .29 17 202     11,61  Joaaelyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. .   30 17 203     U.61  Joa-elytt* C. C, Cooper, T.E. .  81 17 202.    U.61  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .83 17. 202      U.61  Joaaelys, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .33 17 202     13.95  Joaaelyn, O.C., Cooper, T.E. .34 17 202     11.61  Joaatlyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. . 85 17 202     U.61  Joaaelyn,' CC��� Coopar, T.E. . M ,    II 262     U.61  Joaaelyu, CO., Cooper, T.E. .  37 ,      17 202     11.81  Josaelyn, C.C, Coopef, T,E. .  38 .17 303     U.61  Joaaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T:E. .39 17-302     U.61  .r0l��lyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .40 "202     13.95  Joaaelys  C.C:, Coopar, T.E. .  41 17 202     U.81  Joaaelys. C.C, Coop*, HE, .  42 .       17 202     11.61  JoJSytC.C.  Coop��,'T.K. ��� �� .      17 202    11:81  Joaeelilv CC   Cootwr. TJE. .  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Joaaelyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .  Jossolyn, CC, Cooper,.T.E,.  Josselyn, C,C, Cooper, T.B.. ,_M  Josselyn, CC!., Cooper, T.E.  Joawlyn, ('.('., Coopor, T.E.  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, CC., Cooper, T.E,  JosRelyn, CC, Coopor, T.E.  Jossolyn, C.C, Coopor, T.E.  Jossolyn, CC, Cooper, T.E,  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E; , 02  ���"              63  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E,  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  Jossolyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Josaelyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Jossolyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.  Jossolyn, C.C, Coopor, T.I'',.  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E.  Josselyn, CC, Coopor, T.E.  King, Charles Edward    Kingsbury, 1). C   Kingsbury, 1). C   Knowles, .1.1}., Ritchie, Geo: .  Knowles, J.B., Ritchie, Geo. .  Copoland, B.A.."Elliott, S.T. .  Leo, Sam . . '..   ..    1570ft  Lee, Sam       heauiiae Bros. & Co   McKec, Thos   Lock, Luke       Mackenzie, G. 0    ....  Magee, F. U    Magee, II. A "   Marboeuf, Mrs. 1.   Marriott, A. II   Marriott,  A. II. ..   Marsh, Carl  and  Ralph   Maundrcll, G. II   Mawhinney, Frank   Miller, Frank   '.. .. .  Miller, Frank    ,. .'  Miller, G. M   Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Moy, Ernest J   Muller, J. .1   Mcf'nbe,  Mrs.  W.   Parker    |  MoCahc, Mrs. W.  Parker .. .  Mcllwi'aith, Miss May   McKay, Angus   McKay, Angus '   McKay, Angus     McKny, Angus   Canadian Northern PaoHio Railway Company   29y  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company  ..         ��        30  Canadian Northern Pacilic Railway Company  ,.W78f>f[.l5*:46  Canadian Northern Paoilio Rail-      '.-  way Company ��� . 47  Canadian Northern Pacific Rail-   p/|"  way Company.  49  Canadian Northern Pacific Rait-  way Company .. ..  50  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company 1.34 acres 48  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company  1  Canadian Northern PacHic Railwav "Company ���������������'���     ... 2  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company  3  Canadian Northern Pacifio Rail-      .   i  wav Company .. ..   7  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company  8  Canadian Northern Pacifio-Jlail-  ' way Company ,'" ��� ���   9  Canadian Northern Paoilio Bail- - '  way Company. ..*  10  Canadian Northern Pacifio Bail;  way Company .. ..         11  Canadian Northern Paoilio Railway Company  ..  ..'       ��� 12  Canadian Northern Pacifio Bail- -  way Company .."tjs  9  MoVallun, John B.         86  Nixon U Rutherford _  27      15  Nixon tt Rutherlord  38     15  O'Connor, Mathew   8     14  Paisley, W. H  41  PaiBley, W. H  43  Papwerth, E. Clarence  11  , Coiieland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .        13  Perdu, L. Boy .:       17  Ptost, B.J* !     31  Ploat, E. B ,'      23  Pfost, E. B r      '33  Ponfret, V. B             88  Powers, J. E. T         22  PoworB, J. E. F r  23  Prceoo," Joseph'  5  Proecc, Joseph  51  Quinn, Charles S 60lt 35  Quinn, Charles      42  Quinn, Charles , .. ���������      43  Quinn, Charlea  ..        44  Bae, Mra. C J         32  llicharda, W. Auatis  8  Ross, S. S '   2  Byder, Samuel         16  Scroggin, Charlea'  ..   18V7parl42  Simpson, A. H *         28  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .        10  8t6rling Security Co. Ltd. ...        11  Scrllng Security Co. Ltd  12  Strachon, William  86  StrauBB, B. F  8     IB  Slrauaa, *H. T ������    17     18  Ttipp, Miss Ethel  ' . ' 9   .'  Ttipp, Misa Ethel  10  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .,        33  Tyler, Ira. Maud         18    15  Valle, B. V.     34      2  Valle, B         35      2  Van Praagh, Fred  4      7  Wheeler, T. A. ���_  ..r 4      1  Willie, H. A             24  Wood, Erneat .,.'      30  Woodward, W. J            98  Wright, Stanley    S3'  Wright, Stanley *' . 88  Wright,. Stanley ������          . '84 ���   .  Wright, Stanley         68  Yalea, G��rg�� ���        3     14  Ayera, Mra. L. K         ��  Blackwood, Caldwell, <         74  Blaokwood, Caldwell         75   (  Canadian Northern Paoilio Railway Company 4.46 acrea 18  Clarke, John... .. ���������'          *J  OUtto, Joia aaaVJ.0" ���<��������������� ���      '6  Copdsad, S.A., Elliott, S.T. ...     U  ^"f  202 ' 329.91 18.49  ���  202 283.07 ' 16.15  462 723.36 38.16  462 693,09 36.65  462 531.88 28.74  462 651.19 34.55  660  78.99 S.M  1021  1021  1021  1021  1021  27.90  18.61  13.95  23.22  23.22 ���  3.39  2.93  2.70  3.56  3.56  1021      23.32       3.56  1021      33.32       3.56  1021      23.32       3.56  , 1021     23.22       3.56  14  17  19  1134  1240  262.  262  1306  1039  1039  1306  1246  202,  432  433  .432  i      1210  18      1306  18      1300  1277;  103T  5     .848'  536  535  535  58       262  1233  830  1239  462  1240.  1246  1240  1240  1240  1306  1306  1240  1340  1346  1306  1446  1446  463  1448  635  488  1240  1039  1039  1089  1030  1306  700  700  700 ,  863  ��� 100  1173  23.22  4.87  39.42  39.42  9.30  U.61  U.61  18.61  18.61  U.61  43.53  43.53  43.53  6.97  9.30  9.30  U.61  13.95  48.98  18.61  18.61  18.61  93.19  6.97  37.90  35.36  40:13  ��97  16.26  6.97  6.97  6.97  9.30  9.30  9.30-  6.97  16.26  9.80  6.97  6.97  59.11  6.07  33.23  47.67  9.80  16.49  16.49  10.63  10.63  9.39  2.98  1.92  - 1.92-  7.13  3.74  3.88  1.83  3.56  2.24  3.97  3.97  2.46  2.68  2.58  2.93  2.93  2.56  4.17  4.17  4.17  2.38  3.46  2.46  2.68  *2.69  4.34  3.93  2:93  2.93  6.61  2.35  3.39  3,76  4.00  2.35  2.81  2.35  2.38  2.36  2.46  2.46  2.46  2.35  2.81  2.46  2.35  2.35  4.96  2.36  3.16  4.38  2.46  2.83  3.82  2.88  2.63  2.46  2.14  3.09  2.09  2.35  2.14  2.18  3.08  9.32  U.76  14.19  U.76  14.19  9.32  32  9.32  9.32  348.40  299.22  761.52  729.74  563.62  685.74  84.93  ' 31.29  21.94  16.65  26.78  20.78  26.78  26.78  26.78  10.78  26.78  7.11  IU.76  14.19  14.19  21.54  21.54  14.19  47.70  47.70  47.70  9.33  U.76  U.76  14.19  16.64  51.32  21.54  21.54  21.54  98.80  9.32  31.29  39.12  44.19  . 9.32  19.07  9.32  9.32  9.32  U.76  U.76  U.76  9.33  19.07  U.76  9.32  9.32  64.06  9.32  26.38  53.0C  11.78  19.31  19.31  18.16  18.16  11.78  5.12  4.01  4.01  9.48  4.88  6.88  8.71  Aasesaed Owner  ���     9*-1? '���*���������''  ���,6<4J-  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 14  Copeland, BrA., Elliott, S.T*. . 15  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 16  Copelaod, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . if.  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. . ' IS..  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . , 19 ���  Copeland, E.A., Elliott,. S.T. . 20  Copoland, B.A., Elliott, S.T, . 27 '  Copelalia,-E.A., Elliott, S.T, . 28  Copeland, R.A., EUiott, S.T.~. 29  Copeland, E.A., ElUott, S.T. . 30  Copeland, E.A., ElUott, S.T. . 31  Copeland,' E.A., E1U6H, S.T. . 33  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 33  Copelapd, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 34  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 35  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T.. . 38  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. :. ' 39  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, B.T.- . 44)  Copoland, B.A., EUiott, S'.T. . 41  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 43  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. '. 43  Copeland, BIA., ElliiH.'il.T. . 44  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 45  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 46  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 47 '  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 46  Copeland, B.A.,'EUiott, S.T. . 49  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 50  Copeland, E.A., Elliott, S.T. . 51  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . S3  Copeland, B.X, Elliott, S.T. . 53  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S,T. . 54  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. : 55  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . Sff  CopolanH, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 57  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 58  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 59  Copeland, R*A., Elliott, S.T. . ��� 60 .  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 61  Copeland, H.A., Elliott, S.T. . '63  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, b*?l'. . 63  Capeland, R.A., EUiott, S.T. . 64  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S..T. . 65  Copoland, B.A. Elliott, S.T. . ��� 66 "  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 67  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 68.  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 69  Copoland, R.A.' Elliott, S.T. . 70  Copelund, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . '71  Copland, E.A., Elliott, S,T. . 73  Copelaod, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 73  Copoland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 74  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 75  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . -.76  Copeland, R.A., ElUott, S.T. . 78  Copclnnd, R.A., Elliott," S.T. . 79  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 80  Copoland, U.A., Elliott, S.T. . * 81  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. : 83  Copeland, H.A., EUiott, S.T. . 63  Copeland, R.A., EUiott, S.T. . 64  Copeland, R.A., Elliott,. S.T. 's 85  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 86  Copoland,' R.A., EUiott, S.T. . 87  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 88  Copoland, R.A.; Elliott, S.T. . 89  Copoland, R.A., Elliott,' S.t. . 90.  Copeland, R.A., Elliot^.ii.T^, * ' 91  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T1. . : 93  Copeland, ,B.A., Elliott, S.T. . . 93  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 94  Copoland; B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 95  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 96  Copeland, R.A., ElUott, S.T. . 97  Copoland, E.A., EUiott, S.T. . 98  Copoland, ft.A., EUiott, S.T. . 99  Copeland, R.A., ElUott, S.T. . 100  Copoland, B.A., Elliott, S.T.'. 101  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 102  Copeland, R.A., EUiolt, S.T. . 103  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 104  Copelund, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 1C5  Copeland, R.A., EUiott,' S.T. . . 106  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, H.V. . 107  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S\T. . ��� 108  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. , 109  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . UO  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . Ill  Copeland, R.AV Elliott, Sff. . 113  Copeland, B.A., Elliott,, S.T. .. 113  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 114  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-  way Company 10 acres 14  DeHart, F.R.E 31 acres  .DeHart, F.R.E 10 acres  Easton, W. ,  34  Beaton, W. :              35  Jennings, S. B - 77  Kerne, JesBe ' 77  Kerr, G. H  8  Kerr, G. H. ..     14  Leouime, Bernard  1  Lowers, Russell  9  Paisley, W. H  93  Jlcnshaw, Mrs. 0. .. .:'  ��� 19  Renshaw, Mrs. C  .-. 20  Ronsnaw, Mrs. C  21  Renshaw, Martin  22  Renshaw, Martin   ... 23.  Renahaw, Martin /.. 24  Rohmidt. K  10  Small, H. K  32  1- I'  P0     .  PS-  Ma  1  ��77  a  _Jr> '  1173  1.63 -  taW���  3.71 .  1172  1.63  3.08  3.71 '  1172  1,63  3.08  3.71 ���  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  '     1172  1.63  2.06  3.71 .  1.63  2.06  3.71  1172  1.03  5 2.08  3,71  1172  1.63  2.08  "3.71  .   1172  1.63  2.08  .3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  Shl'l  U72  1.63  2.06  3.71  1173  1.63  2.08  -3'7I  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1173  1.63  2.08.  3.71  1173  1.63  3.08  3.71  1173  1.63  3.08  3.71  ' 1173  2.17  2.10  4.27  ������: ins-  2.17  2.10  4.27-  1172  '���'- 1.63"  2.08  3.71  1173  1.63'  2.08  3.71  ���   *   1172  1.68  2,08  3,71  "    1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  U72  1.63 ,  .2.08  3.71  1173  1.83  .  2.08'  3.71  1173  .  1.63  2108  3.71,  1172  1.63  2.08  3.7f  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.p8  3.71  '  1173  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.68  2.08  3.71  '     1172,  1.63  . 3.08  3.71  1172  1:63:  -3.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71..:  .11.72  *1.63  . 2.06-* '  3.71  *U72 '  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172 -  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  . 2.08  3.7-1  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  ' 1.63:..  2.08  3.71  1172  '   1.63  2.08  3.71  *  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  .   1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08 -  "3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.06  3.7J  .   1172  1.63-  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.U8  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  2.17 -  2.10  4.37  1179  .1.63  2.08  3.71  .     1172  1.63  ���  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.7.1  1172  1.63  3.08  3.71  1172  1.63  3.08.  -3.71  1172  1.63  3.08  i'll  1172  1.63  3.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  ?71  1172  1.63  1.08  3 71  1172*  1.63  -2.03  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71'  1172  1.68  3.08  3.71  1179  1.63  3.08  3.71  - 1172  1.63  .2.08  3.71  1173  1.63  2.08  3.71 '  1173  1.63.  2.08  3.71  1173  1.63 -  2.08  3.71  1173  1.63  2.08  3.71 .  1173  1.63  2.08  3.71  1173,  1.63  2.06  3.71  1173  1.63  1.63"  2.08  3.71  1173  ���2.08  3.71  -       1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08   -  3.71  1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  .1172  1.63'  2.08  3.71 "  1172  4.68  2:68  ' 3.71  *       1179  1.63  2.08  3.71  1173 .  1.63  2.08  3.71  ,  '  V 1172  1.63  2.08  3.71  1172  1.63  2.0��  3.71  1179  1.63  2.08  3:71  1172-  2.17  2.10  .4.27  203  18.13'  3.65  16.78  DL      136  65.65  5.38  70.98  DL *- 136  21.87  3.09-  24.96  700  1.90  3.09  3.99  700  1.90  2.09  3.99  1172  2.17 '  3.10  4.37  700  2.74  3.13  4.97  700  1.90"  2.09.  3.99  700  1-.90  2.09  3.99  ���     U73  2.17  3.10  4.27  1172  .   1.63  2.08    *  3.71  700  3.27  2.16  5.43  700  2.74  2.13  - 4.87  700  2.74  2.13  4.87  700  2.74  2.13  4.87  700  1.90  2.09  3.99  700  1.90'  2.09  s:9S  700 '  1.90  2,09  3.99  1172  1.63  "2.08  3.71  700  1.90  2.09  3.99  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this J Ist day of August, 1915.  P.T.DUNN,    .  . '     . - Collector,  Corporation of the City of Kelowna  WASTE NOT, WANT NOT  Wanted, for the Evaporator  #  We are-now preparing to contract for all good Fallen  and culled Apples (bruised or otherwise). Here's an  opportunity to get good money for that which has  hitherto rotted on the'ground, Sack, up all Apples of  this kind until about October 10th, when we expect  ,  to be in a position to handle any quantity     .  W. B; M. CALDER & CO.  '��  NU tM^rnw**���*********^^  mn  WryfT^ffm^^   '���������'  TBUBSDAY, AUGUST 38, 1915  -  sxsimvk%wou>  tmmmmstnm,  mmm  ���s*S  at the Oak HaU Adjustment Sale Saturday  It's the Climax sf thia Price-Wrecking Sensation. An event in which Hundreds of Dollars' worth of Goods  are literally given away in order to Clean Out the Odds and Ends left from the paat week's Terrific Selling. In  order to give everyone a chance to secure at least one of these Surprise Boxes, store will not open till 9.30 Set.  ARTICLES WORTH TO $10.00 FOR 25c  25c Surprise Box Sale  Starts Saturday morning at 9.30 o'clock and  will last until the boxes are all gone.   Come  ��� and see the FUN  Any Box at 25c Each  In each and every box are articles worth 25c  up to $10.    Your pick of the lot.   Choose  your box, only 25c.   COME  MONSTER PILES OF BOXES  No Article Worth Less Than 25c, and Some Worth $10  Hundreds and hundreds of boxes���all placed in our window Friday night and ready for the grand  scramble st 9.30 Saturday morning. Of course, not knowing the exact number of people who will  attend it is impossible to predict the length of the sale. You may get a 25c article, or you may get a '  dollar or two one, or you may gel a box worth $3 to $5 or even the $10 article, which is included.  sPCT VAITD DAV CADI V Now, suppose you open a box and finds $2 article or a $3 article or a $5 article, or auppoae you get  Ubl    lUUK Dv/A LAKLl    the $10 article, would'n it make you sore at 25c a throw I   Well, that's about what you're sure to do if  Have your quarter ready���we won't have time to make change.   Sale  starts at 9.30.   Be on hand.  you get many of these box  No Bottom to Prices ��� We Have Gone the limit  Forced to Raise Money to Meet Obligations the Reason for the Slaughter.   The Whole  Store a Wreck of Prices and Values.     Profits are a Thing of the Past  Men's $1.25 and  $1.50 CAPS    **3��  Another lot of Men's Caps  for Saturday.   Values $2  Adjustment Sale  25c Collars  RUBBER ONES  Reg. 25c Rubber Collars. Many styles to  choose from  10c  $2 Blankets  Double cotton Blankets.  Valuea to $2. Saturday  only, price  95c  It'saClothes Buying Stampede  r:  $20 and $22 Values for  This a special lot of High-grade  Sqits, all wool mixtures.   Good  assortment of sizes.    Hurry,  they won't last long.  Men's $2.50  DRESS SHIRTS 3JC  With and without detached  collars.   Values to $2.50  $6.50 Boots  A special lot of Men's  Slater Patent Leather  Boots.   Reg. $630    ;  $2.95  $2 Hats  .Men's soft Hats. Val-  ues to $2. Specially  priced now at  65c  Hundreds of Other Bargains. Folks, you're Losing Money if You Don't Hurry and Come  $5 Men's Pants  A special lot of Men's  Dress Pants. Values up  to $ 5.   Special price now  20c Linen Collars  Arrow, Tooke and Australian makes. Reg. 15c  and 20c values.   Special  $1.75 Gowns  Ceylon Flannelette Nightgowns. Values up to  $1.75.    Your choice at  FREEIFREE  A General Admission,Tick'  et to the County Fall Fair  given to everyone making a  purchase of $5 Saturday,  Monday or Tuesday  France Adjustment Company in Charge  CO., Lti  KELOWNA, B.C  ...���-������ .<Jhaiim.VrMrt -l1 ���^���J,H..,t ������������i  nm  TBttJKSDAYj SEPTEKBEB 33, 1916  Special Prizes ior  Fall Fair Next Week  1.���Beat    collection    of Kindergarten  work.   Prize, brownie Kodak, donated by W. Crawford tt Co.  2.���Best piece ol    Hand Embroidery.  Prize, goods valued at $5.00, donated by Jerman Hunt Co. Ltd.  3.   Beit Down Bum baked by girl under 16 years of age.   First prize,  Box Chocolates, valued S3.00; Second prize. Box Chocolates, valued  S-i.00, donated by M. A. Alsgard.  4.���Beat 3 loaves ol bread made Irom  Purity   Flour.    First prize, 49-lb.  aaclt Purity    Flour; Second prize,  ���14-lb. sack Purity Flour, donated  by K. F. Oxley.  S.���Bast    S-lbs. Dairy    Butter.    First  prize,  2-lbs. Oxley's special blend  tea;    Second    prize,  l-lb. Oxley's  special blend tea, donated by K.  F. Oxley.  6.���Best collection House Plants (Amateurs only). Prize, $5.00, donated  by H. W. Raymer.  ".���To the exhibitor   making   highest  number ol points    in fanoy work.  Prize Royal    Doulton Fern Dish,  value    SS.00,    donated by W. M.  Parker It Co.  8.���Best collection    of Wild   Flowers  and   Grasses.    Prire,   $2.50 cash,  donated by R. B. Kerr.  9.���The highest percentage   oD butter  (at.   Entries to be is by 20th   of  September to the secretary. First  prize,   $5.00   donated   by E. R.  Bailey; Second prize $2.50, donated by the Association.  10.���Best    pair    of Registered Spring  Jigs, Pair Boots, valued at $5.00,  donated bv W. F. Muirhead.  11.���Best collection of Rosch, (four of  each    variety and not less   than  six varieties). Prize $5.00, donated by J. B. Knowles.  12.���Best    pen    Utility    Stook. Prize,  (roods valued   $4.00, donated   by  D. W. Sutherland.  13.���Best (i ears of Feed Corn.    Prize  one year subscription to Farmers  Magazine,    donated    by    McLean  Publishing Co., Toronto.  14.���Best Hog (any Weed). Prize, book  on Hog Raising, donated by Lip-  pincott Publishing    Co., Philadelphia.  15.���Host Quart Strained Honey. First  prize 2-lbs.   McKenzie   Co.   Ltd.,  Blue Tea; Second prize l-lb.    McKenzie Co. Ltd., Blue Tea, donated by McKenzie Co. Ltd.  lS.-Bcat Grade   Milk Cow. Prize groceries    valued    $5.00, donated by  McKenzie Co. Ltd.  17.���Best '3 loaves Bread made    from  Royal    Household   Flour.    First  prize, 4B-lb saok Royal Household  Flour;-Second    prize, 24-lb.    sack  Royal    Household Flour, donated  bv MoKenzie Co. Ltd.  18.���Boat Dozen Buns made from Royal  Household Flour. First prize 40-lb,  sack Royal Household Flour; Sec-,  ond prize, 24-lb. sack Royal House  hold Flour, donated by MoKenciei  Co. Ltd. I  19.���Best Pen of Buttercups, 3 pullets  and 1 cockerel. Prize Pair Slatera'  Roots, valued $6.50, donated by  T. Morrison, Oak Hall Co. Ltd. I  SO.-Best Heifer Call bred this year, |  (anv breed). Prize, Feeding Farm  Annual,  21.���Best Amateur Exhibit of photos,  (not less than one dozen)., Prize  Portrait setting and half dozen  photos, donated by G. H. E.  Hudson,  22.-DISTRICT, EXH1BITS.-A competition to be held lor the best Dis-  Botanical  KELOWNA  EECOH)  Smmmm  to  Tne Death Dealing  Shrapnel. Sbell  It has been calculated that/ it    one  Below is given further additions  thc lists of local wild' flowers:  159.���Alfalfa or    Lucerne, (Medriago  saliva).   Like several ol our common  trict Exhibits of Agricultural and I clovers and trefoils, whether weeds or man were required to'make u jthrapnn)  Horticultural products.   Three die-1 foddcr DlanUi an';ntroaU(!tioil    [rora | shell    it    would take hinvfive, days,  working eight hours a day, the partridge' case and the' powder boiug al  ready supplied him. The making o'  high explosives is.therefore an extremely    difficult    business,    requiring the  , '5* fodder plants, an' introduction  tnote to compete of no prizes will ,, .      ,   ��� .iikrfc. ui  be given.   First prize, $15.00, giv- Kur��Pe' . 'olor **P sallfeblue    to  en bv Mayor Jones; Second prize, bluish violet.  $10.00 given by L. E. Taylor. Di      160.-Black Nightshade, (Solatium ni-  ploma with lirst prize. grum). Leaves oval; umbels 3 to    10-  23.-Hest Single^Driving Turnout own- ���        d     ��� wl)He     five.lobud  ed by exhibitor.   Prize, Rug, val-1,        , ' ...      ,        '  ued $5.00, donated by W. R. Glenn l)errV hooomes black.    A garden weed  k Son.  24.���Best Map of .Europe (showing the  war zone) open to the pupils of  Kelowna district schools. Firat  prize, $3.00 cash, donated by G.  Rowcliffe; Second prize, $2.00 cash  donated by G. Rowcliffe. Map to  be signed bv teacher of pupil  25.���Rest Packed Box Winter Applet,  any variety, (amateurs only).  Prize $5.00, donated by W. Haug.  Apples to become the' property of  donor.  26.���The Best Registered Dairy Cow,  (anv breed). First prize, Gold  Watch, donated by Petrie Manufacturing Co. Ltd.  27.���Best 3 Cows lor dairy purposes,  (any breed), five years old or under. Prize, Silver Cup, donated  by Mr. J. L. Pridham.  28.���Beat Hall Dozen Quarts of Fruit.  First prize, 5-lbs. Sunbeam Tea;  Second prize 3-lbs. Sunbeam Tea,  Donated by Campbell is Price.  29.���Best 3 loaves of Brown Bread.  Prize, 5 sacks of Gold Coin Potatoes, donated by Harvey, Duggan  k Davies.  30.���For the Cockerel securing the  highest number of points. Prize  A man's sweater coat, valued at  #5.00, donated by II. F. Hicks.  3l.-Xot less than 12 Photos of Kelowna and district to be taken,  developed and finished this year  by children not over 15 years of  age. First prize, Developing tank  valued at $5.00; Second prize,  Photographio Material, valued at  $3.00, donated by P. B. Willits  & Co.  32.-Best Pair ol Initialled Towels.  Prize, HaU Dozen Cabinet Photo",  valued $4.00, donated bv S. Gray.  33.���Best collection of Cut Flowers, 6  varieties, in vases. First prize,  Bulbs, valued at $5.00; Second  prize, Bulbs, valued at $8.00;  Third prize, BulbH, valued $l.fi0,  donated by Messrs. Palmer k  Rogerson.  34.���Beat collection of Potatoes. Prize  R<W, valued $5.00, Donated by  Kelowna Implement. Co. Ltd.  35.���Best three loaves of bread    made  from Robin    Hood Flour.    First  prize 98 pound sack Robin   Hood  Flour; Second prize 49 pound saok  Robin   Hood    Flour, donated by  Kelowna Growers Exchange.  36.���I'est    essay    on    "The Fair ami  What I saw there." Open to !>oys  and girls of public school    only.  Judges,  Rev. Thos. Groeno     and  Rev. A. Dunn.   First prize   $2.00;  Second prize $1.00.  Donated by Mr. Neil Gregory.  The Cut-leaved Ni^h'ihade' grows ut  Peaohland and elsewhere. 'Potato family-  161.���Marsh Skullcap, (Scutellaria  galericulata)." A usually small plant  of the mint family, in moist meadow  land. Flowers violet-Wue with a very  slender tube. Leaves oblong-lanceolate, the lower leaves dentate. June  to September,  162.���Veined Skullcap, (Scutellaria  nervosa). In moist woods. The leaves  are muoh broader than is the above  and the fruiting calyx larger. May to  to August.  163.���Bur Marigold or Brook Sun  (lower, (Bidena oernua). Leaves lanceo  late, evonly serrate. Showy yellow  rays: the oentral florets are bronze  green, giving the flower a. mustard-  yellow appearance. Swamps. Augusl  to November.  164.���White Wreath Aster, (Aster  multiflorie). A very common "Fall  flower." as it is sometimes oalled,  growing in open localities; at its best  over two leet in height and showy  Leaves narrow; stem much branched}  white (lower-heads erowded.  165.���Aster longifolius. Flowers blu  ish-violet to lavender blue; nearly "  inch crosss. Leaves lanceolate, th.  lower ones serrate. The plant is very  showy when growing two or three  leet high. The aster genus, or "Mi  achaelmas Daisies" include not less  than 250 species, mostly of North Am  erica. The disk flowers are yellov  and change to red-brown, or purple.  The botanical notes will be omitted  next week.  donated    by Lippincott T��w a> D����mJ IV.�����    A J  Publishing Co.. Philadelphia. i * T * MCOrO  IT Bill. AO  A Hungarian statistician gives thn  Austro-Hungarian losses oa all fronts  to August 1, as 2,500,000 and the Italian losses trime Mav 24th as 104,-  000.  Fresh trouble has broken out in tho  mountainous country in northern India, but native troops are waging  successful campaign against tho hostile tribes.  The German government has paid  to the Spanish government through  its embassador al Madrid $18,000 indemnity lor the deaths ot seven Spaniards who were shot nt Liege in August, 1914.  "MAM M CANADA-  We have been appointed General Dealers  for the Ford Car in the Okanagan and have  arranged for local representatives in the  following towns:  Salmon Arm  Enderby  Armstrong  Vernon  Kelowna  Summerland  Penticton  W. F. Buchan  Mack and Mann  R. J. Fletcher  Megaw Motor Co.  Burbank Motor Co., Ld.  $. L. Hatfield  Chas. Greer  A sufficient stock of Ford Parts will be carrier] by the above  dealers in their respective territories, and we are pleased to  announce that your wants as Ford owners will be looked after  in a businesslike and satisfactory manner.  Burbank Motor Co., Ltd.  mmmmm  .     .     i. J JIW  minutest care and precision. A badly  made shell lis more than a shell waBt  ed or a shell that explodes at the  wrong time. It may deatroy the gun  from which it is discharged, and in  many cases this would be the equivalent from a military point of view ol  the loss of a hundred men. It it plain,  therefore, that inspection oannot be  too thorough, for it i. conceivable  that a battle mignt be lost through  some apparently trilling mechanical  defect in the shell. The workmen who  are engaged in this business, i therefore,  are doing quite aa muoh as the man  at the front to bring viotory to theii  country's arms.  The Inventor of Shrapnel  Shrapnel is named alter Lieut.  Henry Shrapnel ol the British Royal  Artillery, who devised the explosive,  having received his inspiration at the  siege of Gibralter in 1781. The firat.  test was made in 1609, and the weapon was used successfully against the  Frenoh at Vimiera in 1808. The first  shrapnel was sphorical in form, and  was filled with bullets and a bursting  charge of powder. On occasion rusty  nails, stones and all sorts of metallio  rubbish have been employed instead  of bullets, but when it ia possible to  get lead bullets or steel-covered lead  bulleta they are preferred. Shrapnel  reaches the maximum ol destructive-  ness, probably in the famous ,7r> guns  of the Frenoh artillery. The shells ol  this gun are three inchea in diameter,  and the maximum range ia about  ���8,500 metres, but in general practice  the range is about 6,000 metres. The  best infantry has an effective range ol  only about a third of that distanoe.  Thc shrapnel bullet, moreover, i.  heavier and therefor, more deadly  than the rifle bullet.  A Gun Within a Gun  To make bis hit the infantryman  must see his mark. The shrapnel  needs only the range, for when.it explodes it literally sprays a space of 25  by 160 yards with its missiles, whioh  number anywhere from 250 to 976.  Tho ride bullet at 2,000 yards ha.  nearly spent Ha velocity. The shrapnel, on the contrary, at the moment  it bursts haa a greater velocity   than  SSSm  PAOK MOM  Two Explosions in One Shall  This is oalled the bursting charge,  and it is this that explode, the bulla'.,  whioh are.imbedded in a matrix or  main. The reason lor thu. embedding the bullets is to keep them irom  moving when travelling through' the  air; and also because when the black  powder reaches the resin it produces  a oloud of smoke whioh marks the  point of discharge and lei., the ; observers know if the shells are bursting in the right place. 1'ndisturbed  by this explosion in the rear, the head  of the shrapnel continues its flight until it strikes a solid object, when there  is another explosion more violent than  on the moment it leaves the muzzle  ol the gun. In other words, it is as  though a couple ol hundred infantrymen had been instaneously transported to the very midst of the  enemy and there fired upon thorn. A  shrapnel shell has been oalled a gun  within a gun, and with tho exception  ol the torpedo i. the most deadly and  complicated weapon that has ever  been devised. Contrary to the common idea, (he case of the shrapnel-  shell does not burst when the bullets  are discharged. The head of the .hell  continues its (light, and only alter it  haa come in contact with a solid ,o��-  jeot does this head, whioh - also - is  equipped, burst into a hundred fragments. In other words, the modern  shrapnel fires twice, onoe when the  time fuse operate., which may bs at  2,000 yards, and again when the shell  strikes, which may be a couple ol  thousand yards further on.  How Shell I. Fired.  A shrapnell shell, is, on the outside,  When  the Other  Fellow Steps  Over Your Head  It jars to have some other fellow step over your head and take  possession of the job you've had  your eyes on for some. time.  A little thinking brings you face  to face with the undeniable fact  that training is responsible for it.  To advance you must have the  practical training that makes you  an expert at the occupation of  your own choice.  Without any cost to you whatever, the I. C. S. will tell you how  YOU can get in line for promotion. Simply mark the attached  coupon opposite the occupation  you like best, and mail it today.  Every month upward of 400  students voluntarily report salaries increased and promotion  secured wholly through I. C. S.  training..  HaU tbe Coupon HOW.  necessary to reflect that 60 per cent.  of the wounds caused are by artillery  fire. Ini one day', action north of  Arras the. Frenoh artillery fired 800,-  000 round, ol shrapnel.  ss���sra^-a=Bs===Bi=s=5==s3asa.^  merely a huge cartridge, . perhaps 18 the first, though Mattering fewer bul-  inches long and three inches thiok. It' lets. To understand the part that  i. discharged by a percussion dap J shrapnel plays in this war H i. only  operating on a charge ol blaok p<rw-'--��-���-������'��- ~ji~i ��u.. ��a ���: �����  der, which jn turn explodes the  smokeless powder, whioh is the real  propelliant. HaH-way down the oart'  ridge, or at the base ol that part of  it whioh leaves the gun, is a rim of  copper. Being a great deal softer than  steel, this copper band when forced  through the 'gun is out by, the steel  rifling, and a spinning motion imparted to the shell, which increases  the precision ol aim. Before the gun  Ib discharged thi) time fuse 'ib set, and  the dischargo ignites it. II it haB been  timed for, say, 4,000 yards, this mean,  that after the complete shell has traveled II' seconds 'another charge o)  black powder in the base ol ihe shell  will be exploded.  i.li.   Sli. i)Si . Hi SuSii.  S   Si S   SlU iSi S   Si Si SuS' Ji  ���*    PROFESSIONAL AND '������  "       BUSINESS CARDS    ������������  �������������.������)���.>�������� Hll��.tMfr.l.f��l.t����llfr,��..��l.��l ���>���!>��� ������ I ���������!������  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. ��  B.C  > utnaitMii epmapaw mmm :  > Bo. BBS. SCBAMTOM, PA.  [     Plaaie eiplnln, without funbar obligation on mv '  patt.howlcaa qualify lot taa posltlo., trade ur pru- '  * Innlo. before .bleb 1 bare merited X.  F^ltTfif fi.hfp  Agriculture  Automobils Ri  KB*  Stwograph��r  /Uvertlsing Han  Show-CnfWtltliU  Wladow Trimming  Comc'l Illustrating  Industrial Designing  Arch'l Dr.IUm.il  Chsmlst  Clrll Ser.lt.  metrical Wtreman  Electrical Engineer  Mechanics! Drafts.  Mechanical Eaf.  Telephone Expert  Stationary Engineel  Textile xUnutact's  Civil Engineer  Building Contractor  Architect  Concrete Const'ct'n  Plum., Steam Fltt'g  MluFr   Mln.SorxaHnl.Do't  . SI.&Kt...  . Ol,   R. KENDALL Local Agent  Box 598, Kelowns  11 i'i 111111111  5c Per Day \ \ 5c Per Day  A Telephone Will  Save  Your  Time  AND TIME IS MONEY  Do you realize the convenience of hsvhg  s Telephone jn your houss) Hsve you  thought of the scores of unnecessary journeys down tow A it would ssve you ? For  the small amount of 5c per dsy you can  hsve s Tslephone in your residence which  will give you service night and day with Kelowns, Oksnsgau Mission, Ellison.Rutlsnd  snd other outlying districts.  We are convinced that il you ain up for a 12  months' service and allow u. lo malt. Ae installation  yea will be cam* a permanent (tibtcribar.  This rata applies to a lock-out party Una installed  within a mile ol the Kalowna Euhaofa.  For hill rate, and particulars apply i  Okanagan Talephona Company  SL Pssl Stmt, Kslswaa  5c Per Day  5c Per Day   iiKiiinam em nre'  R.B.KERR  Barrister  , and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,        "���:  B.C  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, snd  NOTARY PUBLIC   .  9, Willie's Block ������   Xelotons, B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  leceive pupils as beiore in his studio-  Trench Block. Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  F. W. GROVES  M. Con.Soc.C.E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reporta on Iniaauon Work.  Applicotiona foi Water License.  KELOWNA, B.C'|  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  p. 0. Box ia. 'Pko�� a.  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  , PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univeraity)  Residence  GLENN AVENUE  be left'at the office ol  Messrs. Kattenbury ot William.  Messaies may b  rs. Rati  furmml*m^m*m^m^o*m^m*mmm*m*m*m^mmm*m^m*m*^mm*m^m*m**m*mmm*  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished Ior all classes  ol work.'  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes.  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  For Sale  On K.LO. Bench, 20 acres  Bearing Orchard. Would  consider City House as part  payment.  Apply Boa K, Kalowna Record mf^mm  mmm  THISSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1915  mmUuWtm  Worth of  Merchandise  1,000 Due Bills worth $1 each Free  $1.00 FREE!  ���sssbsssbbbsbsbbmm���sssssssssasassas  We want Everybody to come and ahare in  this Free Merchandise Event for the Next  Three Days. Here is aU you have to do-  to get a real dollar's worth Free. Cut out  this Due Bill or ask any one of our clerks  for one. You then can pick out $5 worth  for $4 and all at the marked Sale Prices,  which average about 45c on the dollar. In  reality this means you are getting about  $10 worth of goods for $4. on these days.  THIS IS GOOD FOR ONE DOLLAR   .1p.m.   ������ ���...ii���������������      .. ii     i I ������- ������������   as  Morrison-Thompson Special Due Bill  Payable to Bearer upon Demand the sum of One Dollar in Mer-     "~  chandise, providing a purchate of Ftve Dolian is made on this  date- (Signed)  MORRISON-THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., LTD.  at Morrison-Thompson Big  Get The Money Sale  Can You Beat It? Do you think  we will have a crowd? Remember  the jam and crush of last Saturday  and Come Along EARLY.  $1 Due Bills Accepted  SILVERWARE  $6.00 Community Tea  Spoons, now doz. $3.95  $ 11 Community Dessert  Spoons, now doz. $7.30  $12 Community Table  Spoons, now doz. $7.95  $9.50Comunity Knives  now only, per doz. $6.35  $11.50 Community Dessert Forks, now doz. $6.95  $ 11.50 Community Table Forks, now doz. $7.65  $16 Pearl Handle Fruit  Knives, now doz. $10.65  All Carving Sets during  sale reduced by 33* p.c.  $1 Due Bills Accepted  $19 McClary  Range  Reg. $19 McClary Ranges, 14-inch oven, 4  holes.   Burns wood or coal.  Special now  $8.95  $1 Due Bills Accepted  $2-5<> Coffee Sets $ 1.00 Lock Sets  Reg. 2.50 Coffee Sets. Contains six spoons and Sugar  Tongs. Heavy silver plate.  $1 Due Bills Accepted  $1.25 long handled Shovels  Long  Handled, round pointed Shovels.  Reg, $1.25 quality, while they last at  ���60c  $1 Due Bills Accepted  $87.50 McClary  Range  You all know this famous make. Complete with warming oven, reservoir, &c  $1 Doe Bills Accepted  Brass and antique finish lock  sets, complete, knobs, locks,  plates, &c., and two keys  $1 Due Bills Accepted  $1.85 Double  Bit Axes  Robert Mann and Sager Double Bit Axe*.  Reg. price $1.85.   Special now at  $1 Due Bills Accepted  STOVES AND RANGES  1 ������- I IM���I��� IS  $12.75  Coal  Heaterg.  Price now only - $9.96*  $11.00  Coal  Heaters.  Price now only - $7.50  $14.50  Coal  Heaters.  Price now only- $11.90  $3.00 Airtight Heaters.  Price now only - $2.15  $22.00 Coal or Wood  Range.  Now - $14.95  $63.00 Coal br Wood  Range.   Now - $47.75  Guessing Contest  Guess number of Nails in the  window and win a prize  THREE VALUABLE PRIZES  1st Mm lit Waikiai MacUas  2nd Pros $4.51CarpetSwssaer  3rJPrw$*.75IlaieSaw  A guess with each purchase  Due Bills Accepted on Evei  l, Sat, Mon. and Tues.  Sale lasts  during  all  next week  Morrison-  Company, Ltd.  Sale lasts  during  all  next week  m^amimu  tiifa sr=s=  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 33, 1MB  f WANTED! ]  FOR  SALE  HAY, baled or loose, delivered in Kelow-  na, $15 per ton. Thos. Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22tf  FOR SALB.-The prettiest home in  Kelowna will bo sold very ohftap and  on eaiy terms. Apply Box "E" lie  cord. 'ifit!.  WOOD FOK SALIC OH TRADK.-Vefy  choice Kr, 10-inch, For cnnh or will  trade for slock Buddie, shot gun or  rifle.    Particulars at  Record.     3fitf,  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTKD.���Woman, intddU* ajfpfl preferred for stoiv work and housework.  Reference required. Apply in person  ���f phonn 210*2, East Kelowna. W.L.  ('hnptimn. 13tf.  WARNING  Sporlsmen are hereby warned that  Shooting is Not Allowed  on the Eatates of the KELOWNA  LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY,  LTD, and ihe SOUTH KELOWNA   LAND   COMPANY,  LTD  Tre passers will be prosecuted.  SILO  Superior Band Iron for Sale.  Enquire of Okanagan Loan &  Investment Trust Company.  IMJN'DEllS FOK WO011  MISCELLANEOUS  EXCHANGE.���We have inquiries from  Vancouver anrl Prairie Province* for  fruit land. If you wish to .ell or ex.  change your property we shall be pleased to receive particulars. Bulman fit  Cross, Willits Block.   Phone 306     22tf  WANTED.���WortiaD wants work by day  week or month, sleep in or out. Apply Box "D" Kecord. 42tl  Tubdora will be received up to the  80th instunt l)y thn undersigned, lor  511 oords of 4-foot find 10 ricks of 2-  foot dry, green-cut pine, fir or tamarack delivered and piled at thn Kelowna hcJiuoIh before Nov.  I.  THE SECRETARY  Kelowna Hoard Scnool Trustees.      44  LADIES HAIR DRESSING and cutting, singeing and shampooing, at  moderate charges by Mrs. .1. Wilkie,  Woodlawn, Kelowna.  SPIUELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. II. Davie, will be at Hr  Mathie's (ovor tailor shop, Pendoz  street between the hour. >[ 2'10 and  5.30 p.m. Saturday of eaoh wiek to meet  Indies wishing to order corset.. P. 0.  Box R2S. Kelowna. 90tt.  RIPE TOMATOES WANTED  The cannery w:IJ purfiliase ripe to-  mutoes from any person, whether on  contract or otherwise. Bring them in  at onee. We have 2l!O,O0A cans yet to  ffll and the season is liable to close  any lima now  44 WESTERN  CANNERS, LTD.  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, or-  order the BEST; the cost  is just the same  Phons 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  We have what you want in bolh Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.      Delivery prompt.      Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES - - - Managing-Directo  lJ  Furniture Values at this store are Undoubtedly Attracive  An all-new stock, priced within reach  of all pocket books. Qualities and designs as found in all up-to-date stores  It's no trouble ta show you. Djn't buy elsewhere before  visiting our display. We are prepared to furnish your  home from top to bottom, and guarantee you satisfaction  and money saved.  Just a Sample:  I -4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  . Reg. $26.25 ;   Now $17.50  1 -4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  Reg. $19.75 ;. Now $13.50  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Diners (set of six)  Reg. $29.50 ;   Now $20.00  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Buffet  Reg. $28.00 ;   Now $18.75  Heaters, Ranges, Cookstoves  Here is s display lhat please*. Tbe lime lias come when you  have to figure on how to be comfortable for the winter, DO IT  NOW. We can supply ranges at almost any price you want  to pay.   Heaters for coal or wood, or both from       $2.20 up  Hardware Bargains in every section  *,-  Cash Counts Here���the Motto of thii Store  Dalgleish & Harding  SOCIETY KEP0BTKB AT THE FIRE  The regular reporter was. taking n  vacation and the editor was busy in  the office, ao when it was learned that  on tho prcvioiiB pven'ng there had been  a fire in a remote part,of tne city  tho young woman who writes the society news was sent to bring in a report of it for the* paper. She came in  to the office an hour later with thc  following interesting account:  "Quite a number of people in m thin  part of the city attended a fire last  night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.  I.lank in Thirteenth street. Some wont  in carriages and buggies, but a majority walked. The alarm was sound  cd the lire hud just roturned from  about 9.110 and many who had attend-  church, consequently thoy were already  drossod for the occasion.  "Mr, Blank was not at homo, being  out of tho city on business, hence thi  affair will be quite a surprise to him  when he returns. Mrs, (think wore a  light percalo kimona and had her hair  done up in kid curlers,  "Tho firemen responded readily and  worked heroically to subdue the soothing "flames. Most of them wero young  and fairly good looking. They were  dressed in oilcloth coats cut short and  trousers to match. Their hat rims were  narrow in front and broad behind and  sagged down, in thc rear. The Uleftj  hat was ornamented with in octagonal brass spike which stuck up abo-e  his head like a horn, giving him the  appearance of a unicorn.  "When the flames broke out through  the second story and cast a lurid hue  over tho surrounding buildings the  view was one never to be forgotten.  At a late hour tho sightseers went  home, and all felt that thev had pads*  fd an evening full of interest and excitement."  Wi WALK?  Automobile Service  to Fair Grounds  We have arranged to have three  cars running between Bernard Av.  and lhe Fail Gri unds Septembe r  27, 28 and 29, and will charge 10c  per passenger, going or coming.  Cars will start (rom the Lakeview,  Roy.il and Palace Hotels. Competent drivers have been aecured  and we guarantee you satisfaction  Burbank Motor Co, Ld.  NOTICE TO ('0STKACT0K8  Poplar (Irovo School  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for Poplar (Irovo School,"  will bo reoeived by tho Honorable tho  Minister ol Public Wo/ks up~"to 12  o'olock noon on/l'uostlay, thu 5th day  ol October, 11115. for the erection ' and  completion of a small one-room1 sohool  hoUBu at I'oplnr I irovo, in tho Murioi-  pulily ol I'enticton nml the Okanagan  IClectorat District.  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after tho ���JOth dny of September; 1��15  at the ofliou of 1,. Xorris, (.overnment  Agent, Vornon; Vi. A. McKonlie, Secretary of School Hoard, llox 21B, I'enticton; and tlio Department ol I'ublio  Works, Victoria,  lly application to tho undersigned,  contractors cun .obtain a copy ol the  plans and specifications ftir the sum  of ten doJ|ars (In.) or a certified  cheque, whioh will be refunded on their  return in good order,  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or cortiri-  cate of depoait on a chartered bhnk ol  Canada, mado puynble to tho Honorable the Minister of I'ublio Works, lor  a sum equal to 20 ptr cent, of tender,  whioh shall bo, forfeited if tho party  tendering decline lo enter into contract when called upon to do,so, or  if he fall to complete thc work contracted far. The cheques or certificates or deposit ol unsuccessful tenderers will bn returned to them upon tho  execution of the contwict.        i  Tendon will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, aign-  od with sthe aotual signature 'of the  tenderer, and enclosed in th- envelopes'  furnished. '  Tho lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted,  J. E. 0R1FFJTH.  Deputy   Minister' and l*ubHo Works  Engineer.  Publio Works Department.  Viotoria, B.C., September lith, MB.  What Conscription Means  That a form of conscription was  introduced into the United Kingdom  by the Ballot Aet of 1660. whioh pro  vides for aU males ovor 5 feet 2 inches  between the ages of eighteen and  thirty to enlist if callvd upon for mili  tary service, will probably surprise  many people. Thin form of conscription however, in held in abeyance by  un annual aet of parliament, witb  the result that at tho present time  the United Kingdom and the United  States aro tho only two countries  that do not compel military service.  In Franco liability for servioe extends from tho age of 20 to 48,  no exception being allowed oxoept foi  physical disability, aHhough, nt one  time, a man with sufficient means  could buy himself off or pay for a  substitute. In (ierman.v liability foi  military service commences at the age  of 17 and ends at the uge of 45, but  actual service begins at 20. The terms  of service in the first line or activo  army is seven years, th> next .thirteen  years being sfent in the first aad  second ranks of the l.andwohr, and  finally German soldiers pass into the  Liiniisirum in which thoy remain until  they ''each tho age of 45.  Service in tho Italian army or navy  is also compulsory and universal, the  total period being 1�� vears, beginning  at the age of 20. The term of service in tho ranks of tho permanent  army ii two years for all arms. After passing through tho ranks, the  men are placed on unlimited leave, i.e.  they ftre transferred to the rewrve. in  which they remain until they have  completed a total of eight years' service. From tho reserve the soldici  passed to the mobile militia, tho term  of service in which is four years. After  completing his term in the mobilo mi  litia, he is transferred lo tho territorial militia, in which ho rennins seven  years, thus finishing hia military service at the ago of 39.  During the last CJ.A.U. encampment  there was one woman amid the crowd  of spectators on tho day of the parade  who made herself conspicuous by her  noiBy hurrahs and excited waving of a  flag' as the old veterans marched past.  One of the bystanders told he sharply  to shut up.  "Shut up yourself!" she retorted.  "If you had burrird two husbands who  had served in the war, you would be  hurrahing too." ��  Just a Year Ago  We mentioned in our advertisement 4 new Recipes,  Pear Marmalade, Peach Conserve, Ripe Cucumber  Pickle and Mother's Pickles, and many people made  use of these recipes, too. We have'been asked  several times to give the recipe for the first two, so  are printing them again.  Three lemons cut very fine;  Five pounds  ripe  pears cut  fine;  Five pounds granulated sugar;  Three ounces of  crystalized  ginger.  Boil lemons in water for half  an hour, add peart, sugar  and ginger, and cook well.  Three oranges andtwolemons  cut very fine;  Five pounds peaches cut fine;  Five  pounds   of granulated  sugar;  One pound sultanas.  Boil oranges and lemons in  water for half an hour.  Add peaches, sugar and  sultsnas, and cook well.      /  When you preserve your Citrons and Pears, try  some with Lemons sliced; try some with Root  Ginger and try some with juicy Raisins.  The McKenzie Coy., Ltd.  "Quality apd Service" our Motto Phone 214  NEW FARMING  "Farm products cost more than they  used to."  "Yos," replied tho farmer. "When a  farmer is supposed to know the bo-  tanical name of what he's raisin' an1  tho zoological name of tho insect that  eats it, an' tho chemical nnlno of what  will kill it, somebody's got to pay."  "Ie dem you-all's chickens?''  "Cobs (ley's my-all's ehiekens. Whose  chickens did you s'pose doy was?"  "I wasn't s'posin' nuflin about Vm;  but X will say dat it's mighty luoky  dat a chicken won't come a-ruunii'  an' a-waggin' its tail when its regular  awners whistles, same,as a dog."  KELOWNA.WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lmtm Kelowns 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leavei We.tbsnk -*.30 ��.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank. 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  WOOL GOODS ARE NOW IN  Ladies' Coat  Sweaters  }*'  Cap to Matcli  Color-Cerise  ���   Cemel  ..   Sage  ���    Red  ���   Grey  ���   TerraCotta |  Ladies'Separ-  ate Sweaters  Shawl Collar!  Color- Camel  ���     Saxe        $6 &  :: wi.". I *6��  .   ..     Peach I   Jr��  GREAT DEMAND  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMm^^^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  We have just put a Fine  New and Attractive range  in stock. Inspection invited  Linens Advancing  Recent reporla from  linen centres state that  further advances are being announced by manufacturers of linen goods  Flax, from which the  linen is made, comes almost entirely Irom Belgium and Russia, and' it  is now exceedinly difficult for manufacturers  to obtain supplies from  either country. Prices of  raw flax have advanced  100 per cent.  In spite M these conditions, we are still offering a large stock of all  kinds of linen goods at  very low prices, including bleached and cream  Tabling*, Damask Cloth  and Napkins, Crashes,  Glass Towelings, Drawing Linens, Hemmed  and hemstitched Towels  White and Striped Turkish Towels, &c.  Misses'  and  Girls' Coats  High Collar, very  special  Colors- Plain Brown  ���      ���    Navy  ..      ,.    Dk. Red  ���      ���    Dk. Saxe  ..       ���     Dk. Tan  ���       .,     White  $2.00  Little Boys' & Girls  Kilted Dresses and  SnU  Colors-Red. Tan, Sue  White, Brown,  Navy.  $2.50 Suits  $2.75 Kilted Suits  We are alao showing  the latest novelties in  Corner Embroidered���  to retail at from five  cents to two dollars each  -also Plain Hemstitched  and Fancy Embroidered  Handkerchiefs put up  in fancy boxes, to retail  from fifteen centa to a  dollar and a half oach.  There if a big demand  for these goods. Buy  early before our stocks  are broken.  Newer Coats  Tha coat shows the tendency  to longer lengths and to fulness rather than ripples. The  coat is cut loose, lull paletot  fashion, with a decided Dare.  Tha cloths ara varied in texture and shades-Browns, Tan,  Blues. Greys & Tweed Mix-  ���T' $16.50 to $27.50  Thos. Lawson, Limited  i

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