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 tvdutnna  l\ttm*F  w��^AtTr ****��-  VOL. VII.   NO. 3.  KELOWMA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER W. 1914.-10 PAGES  $ 1.50 Per Annum  ;::^*^M  r~ #;���  |-             f   .  f.��      ,  ���  ��� ��         ���*  *   * f-CXltf  laAfeMlW :  ���Pr  ������wwtws&K&ss*  **^!(X ��   '       **9%    % ���'  ���  ���    .3*'  Okanagan Associated Boards  of Trade Meet in Convention  De'egates Fto.n Neighboring Town* Discuss Questions  Aff.cting Valley      '"���---���  *-    - ���   ��� '     '  ail* ujaa.uaa a^ucouvj  *��   ,����., ��� Visitor;. Are Entertained  by the Local Coard of Trade  i 3H"�� ����  BRITISH OFFICER WINNING HONORS RAPIDLY  Thia is Col. Bridges, commanding a British division of infantry in the  great battle of Flanders riding throug h the market square at Fumes in his  automobile. Col. Bridget haB won ra pid honors in the Belpian campaign.  Early in the war he was given the Fr orach Legion of Honor and has lately  received the Distinguished Servioe Or der and the Victoria Cross from England, i   :,.:,-,'',.��� I i     11 r-i .  City Council Holds  Heplar Session  Police Report snows But Few  uuciiccb L/uruig .November  'ihe counoil met at the usual hour  last JM'auuy inurmng witu the Mu, or.  and iuutuiuau    1/ope.ana, auiheriimu,  lJUggUU  UUU  ltula^tnuuay  prsgamt.  A batch ot uui'rutapoudeuce was lirst  'disposed: ot, lnuiuoung lotuai's relating  to the rosuranue rate on the b>mH  siand, the shipment ol power house  niauaairauiy, auu me a_uuuuiun i/aluot-  io uuuu, ana other matters.  Messrs. Duma 6c iouiplo, the oity  solicitors auvised the oounoil thut uo-  lore any change in hotel lioenoe lees  coulu pe rnuUti, same waauiu have io uo  autuoruea uy ameniimeuts to the bylaw.  Messrs. Q. it. Dinger, W. E. W. Mit-  chuu, i'. ii. \uiuiu and A. lemple re-  qua.-sia.-aJ the louuoil lo ini'Tove the  uonuitions of Chrisileton avenue. Owing to the unpostJiuiuty of doing- tho  work without teams lor whioh ihore  were no lunds avaaauie, iho cour'ul  decided that they uouad not ..aJLi.ly  with the request at preseut.  ihe police ohiei s report lor November showed a very quiet state of affairs lor the month. The tines collect,  ed amounted to only fit) and tiie cases beiore the magistrate wert trilling.  Attention was again drawn to tbe  necessity of storekeepers seeing that  their premises were seoui-oly locked  alter business hours, a a.'oouuiion  whioh was often negaeoted.  It was stated that since the njw  Dairy Regulations came into foroe il  persons had applied lor licence, and  having complied with the conditions,  had been reoommended for aooeplince.  Mr. Afoide Bornais waited on the  oounoil, and informed him that he  had taken out a permit for the construction of a houae on his loi on  Pendozi Btreet, near tbe oreek. After  laying the foundation he had discovered that the creek had underminaid his  lot, and he wat afraid that tht stability oi the foundation would nt endangered. He asked the 'ounoil to i_s-  ���ist him in protecting his ptopertv by  supplying lumber to build a retaining  wall.  Mr, Bornais was informed that the  council could not spend money for the  improvement of private nro'-orty, at  munioipal funds oould only bs used  in the publio interests. It was dicid-  ed to make an inspection of the plaoe  to see whether there was any donrer  involved to the Pendozi ttreet bridge,  Alderman Sutherland made a recommendation that hereafter, when a tenant applied for water, eleotrio light,  or power, he be requested to obtain  the owner's signature to such implication, guaranteeing payment of all  rates incurred under suoh ixvniicilaon,  or to make a deposit sutniusnt to  cover two months rates before the service is connected. The reason given  for this recommendation was that al-  tv--".rh the by-laws make the owners  responsible for arrears of rates, vtl.���  oalled upon to pay suoh arrears, several owners have claimed I- "0e of  suoh. regulations, and he was of opinion that the adoption of this suggestion would remjve a constant source  of irritation.  The recommendation was unloved  by the oounoil and the Water ond  Light oommittee requested to m.'*n  nrraraaromentH to arive the same effret,  Alderman Sutherland lw-Tted that  tht oity's notios to the 0. K. T um'io-  ajataa W    tartaanrtrtnlt  The sixth annual convention of the  Associated Boards ol Trade of the  Okanagan Valley was held at Kelowna  Tuesday in the Board of Trade rooms';  'ihe following eleven delegates were,  present from five of the Boards comprised in the association: Armst", u  G. Prinirlo nnd 0. Creed (secrjtiry'.;  Summerlun I, 1). M. Sutherland a��.l  tt, k'np-lish; Penticton, A. H. Wiatf-j  and IS. Foloy Bennett: Vornon, J.. Av  i.ont: Kclowna, S. Tf Eliott, R. B.  Korr and A. N, Harker.  sei-ves ia the valley bB thrown     ooen  tor settlement.  Mr. t'leed who*s ' ������' e ��� tl.6 mutter  said thut adioin'ng th- munioinHlt-/  of Armstrong was a reserve of 10.000  acres of Borne of tho best land in thia  district, which was occupied, bv n I  half a dozen Indians. He did n��t  think it ri^ht that so few should he  able to hold back such a large af'  of land from settlement. Near Enater-  by the same* conditions applied. The  trovernmtnt should buy 6'ut  th-bo In-  The buBiness of tho convention    vas dians and place t'um u^am a   smaliea'  shorter th-n usual, and was coiine-  (iucntly confined to one session o-i  Tuesday afternr-nn.  Tho secretary's report .and limine al  statement waB read, but had    to    lie  left over for nuditin--.   A arrant of 850  for tho years' services was  the rctirinar secretary, Mr.  Armstronrr. and on the innt.iaju r.f Mr. bom?  English,    seconded    bv Mr. Dynes, it  waB decided to make this an   annual  remuneration to the secretary.  For the ensuing vear Mr. S. T. Elliott of Kelowna was unanimously elected nrosidont of the association, lyid  Mr. N, D. -Mo-Tm-is'. as secretary.     L  Under the heading of corrcsnnnileliw  a draft of a bill which it was nrnr.,>g-  reserve where they    would not be  hindrance to tho development of    tho  district.  Mr. Folov-Bennett sunnnvted lhe proposal,    lie reminded tho mcetincr that  a Kovul Commission had recently vis-  made    to ited the     valley to enquire into this  . treed of very question, and thoir report     was  lited.  He believed however  MASTER VIOLINIST AND WIFE  that it was impossible to do anything  aB the law now stiiod without go* ting  tho consent of    the Indians. At   I'en-  ticton thero wero 130 Indiana oclupv-'  ing some 48,000 acres   of   good land        Fritz Kreisler, the famous violinist whose death at thc front with    tba"  and working scarcely anv of it. 'J her Austrian army has been rcoorted sbvera] times since tho opening of no��tili  were unwillinir. however to sell     one ties, appeared in peraon before   New' York as a passenger aboard ihe Hoi  acre of it, and he t*1���ht the --.vir-a- land-Auierican line steamer Rotterdam, to prove the exairgorntion of the re-  ment     Bhould hnve "ower to oomoe'l port.   Ho recently returned from fighting in the trenches beiore Lembcrg.  the hauling of sawdust to the rower  power bouse on .November )0ih hud  resulted in Dr. Boyce drawing his attention to a letter reoeived bv toe  oompany from which thev h��d inferred  that they would be able to work oil  all 1011 tanes by hauling this taw-  dust, and had made arrangements accordingly. There was still a considerable amount of taxes outstanding.  After reconsideration the oouncd decided to authorize the continuance ot  the hauling until the taxes were pn:d  oil to Deo. 31, 1V14.  Alderman Sutherland su ���estod 'that  tbe Light and Water committee be  authorized to engage two men to cover the water intake nipes at the power house to protect them from frost,  tbe work to be paid for at the itiiefj  rate.   To thit the oounoil avtctd,  Alderman Copeland suggested that a  number of men seekin- relief could  be given work draining the slou-'s iu  the north ward. After a lengthy d.s-  oussion as to the best method of doing the work the council decided to  examine the sloughs.       '  Aldermen Rattenbury and Copeland  in conjunction with the Mayor were'  authorized to hold a Court of lievis-J  ion for the voters' list for 1915 at 10,  a.m., Thursday morning.  The following accounts were  for payment:  J. ti. Doyle,   premium on fire  insurance    Kelowna   Hospital   Society,  Noel aoot   P. E. Corby, plumbing inspector's fees    Palmer & Rogerson, park work  C.P.R., freight    Dominion Express Co   Collector of customs, duty    G.  Markham, cleanin- offices  Dominion Express Cof   W. P. Meredith; teaming    S. D. Colquette, salary   F. B. Hirst, salary   E. Fowler, salary    F. Varney, salary    F. Freeman, salar-    B. M. Hill, salary    G. H. Dunn, salary    196.66  P. T. Dunn, salary     110.00  F. V. Rnvlo, salary     110.00  R. W. Thomas, salary    115.00  Albert Gibb, salary      85.00  al. A. Bigger, salary       R00  A. R. Daw. salary     166.66  W. Sabine, salary      03.30  Dr. n.L.A. Keller, rent      37.50  H. 1. .lohhston, rent      40.00  E. Weddell, solary      68.50  F. Swainson, salary         95.00  Ennis & McDonnell,   teaming    121.25  J. Fer-uson, teaminc        6.00  T. Barrett, work at fire hall.      2.70  G. F. Teal, salary      85.00  .T. Ii, Wilson, waterworks        1.20  P.  Coffey, waterworks        1.50  .T. Plant, waterworks      17.15  W. Craze, waterworks        7.95  J. Berarer. waterworks        2.40  A. Mepham. waterworks        120  Tho oommittee aprninted to go into  particulars about the creamery are'  busy preparing figures to lay hofore  the next meeting.  Tho regular Anglican' church service  will be oonduoted in the East KoloVBa  sohool house on Sunday next ot 3 p.m. I  cd to place before the Federal House I them to sell, and make way for thoso He is a veteran���and a wounded veteran at that���but his violin hand ie  providing for the oraronization of a'who would bring the lnnd under eulti- still able to operate, and now that helms bixm honorably discharged on a*>  Free    Labor    Bureau    under Federal I vation. j count of disability he iB through wilh fighting for a while.  management and   ooming    within the)    R. B. Kerr-said the government took          '   '  control of tht Minister of Labor, rnd the view that the Indians were as  which had been forwarded lo the much Canadians as anyone else an'.!  Boards for endorsation was considered j had to bo considered. The Indinn's  at some lenfth, and finally endorsed,    idea of the uso of land was very dif-  Notice was received from tho West-' forent from that of the white man. Ihe  bank Board of Trade to the effort that t Indian spent his time chiefly in huni -  owinar to laok of supnort (hat loalv.ing and needed a good deal of land  had become defunct. | for that purpose.    Their attempts    at  Soveral matters left over from   last  agriculture were vory inferior,  vcar were then taken ��">.   Tim first of taking   over their lands, add  VEHICLES SHOULD CAlUtY  LIGHTS  The following from Kelowna wus also adouteoV without opposition.  ''WhereaB the present raraotloe of allowing vehicles nnd bicycles to use  As to the country roads at night without  treaties showing lights is attended with con-  there wns a request whioh had been with them mado it imoossiblo without siderablo danger to all drivers of  sent to the irovernment asltin? for n their voluntary consent. He reminded, horse-drawn vehicles, hie cles anal ,.u  commission to investi-ate fh* urr-ntis- the meeting that in the early dnvs of,*��n,nnile3: RntI whereas such traffic  factory fruit marketing conditions <;���] Penticton certain white men lielal up a,oner tho roods has in many slis-  the prairies which wore ?--.r*ritJ5Bla- Mad in a similar wav and many at- triots durir the last fow vohi'S in-  rler the control of certain coma-inn. tempts were made to get the govirn-! creased to such an extent ns io ren-  which restricted nricos to the iir-'ri-'. ment to dislodge them. If thev ""1, der necessary somo precaution iiiruinst  ment of the growers. The secretary legislature for Indians thev would clso, collisions:  was instructed lo continue the earn.-, have to havt similar legislation for! Therefore be it resolved that this  nondence in connection with Ihr mat-  white mon. | convention of    the Associated Board I  ter. ',    Mr. Sutherland suggested letting the of Trade   ot ,tho Okanagan   strong!  recommends (hat tho Provincial government introduce legislation compelling all vehicles and bicycles to bo provided with liirhta wh-n tr.tv. Uin r  along the ro-'ls after dnrk."  The remainini, resolutions wort Dub-  German Cruisers Sunk  in South Atlantic  Three Destroyed Outright and  Two Being Pursued  i.  pan-Bed  f 16.50  12.00  6.00  3.00  3.88  1.00  1.10  22.0fr  1.00  8.50  160.00  110.00  ..110.00  85.00  85.00  100.00  matter lie over until the Indian Com-  BLTIE SKY LAW mission submitted its report. He said  he.had been connected with the department of the interior for 25 years,  and this matter had been up continually.     At one time it was impossible  tq move either the government or the ���iM '��' the Penticton B-ird e-  Indians, but he thought of late the all were passed. ,n some cases with  trend of opinion has been toward find- slight amendments from the originals,  ing somo solution of the difficulty. Ho  had no doubt the government     were    AFFILIATION WITH SOl'TH-KAST-  fully aware of conditions and   the ap- ERN BRITISH COLUMBIA  pointment of the Commission was    a  step in the right direction.     If no ac-     4.���Propose-i by Mr. Danes, seconded  tion was taken after their renort, then  bv Mr. Wade:  the Okanagan should   make   a Strom!    That we suggest that  tho Asa-JDiftt-  protest. ed Boards of Trade, of the   Okanagnti  Mr. Foley-Bennett, however, was op- v��lley affiliate with the Associated  posed to waiting. He characterized Boards of Trade of south pastern  the commission as a farce to smooth British Columbia upan thc follow n  over publio opinion, and urged that a' bnsis. namely:- Thot the nresi lent .-.!  resolution be sent at onoe. Later be tho Associated Boards of Irade of the  moved tht following, seconded by Mr.' Okannran Vallov and aino other ap-  jverr: j pointed at tho annual convention,    he  "That whereas lar.-e tracts of vnlu-| delegates to the annual cnvi ration of  able land throughout the Okanagan tho Associated Boards of Trade off"  Valley are being held as Indun Re-.south eastern British Columbia, an I  and whereas thousands of ac-'that in turn the Associated Boards i  res of those valuable lands r.re lying Trade of south eastern British Oolum-  idle and worthless for the reason that b|o bo requested to send their picsi-  the Indians have more land thus thev,<lent n,nt' one other ns delegates to the  can make a proper use of, end where- aa""1 .'"J?''���*'0" j�� ihe Atwiototed  as under the pretent Indian Act the "ourda of Trade of th0 Okanago . \ al-  disposal ol Indian lands it entirely in ,Bv-  Another unfinished question waa the  matter of the "Blue Sky" law, which  was a pro" o- al to o^ooint government  commissioners in each province to enquire into bona-fide of tiny loinpanv  or scheme proposing to sell stook to  the public, thereby preventing the lut  tor from being fleeced of their money  b>, unsafe or wild-cut undertakings.     I  Mr. Dynes said the matter had been  brought to the attention of the various Boards last vear owing io tht  failure at that time of certain financial companies which had sold a l.irge  amount of stock in the valley. At the  present time he said, suoh a law wus  needed more than ever, tbt recent oil  boom at Calgary being a flagrant example of the kind of thing which it  was sought to prevent. If people only  knew, said Mr. Dynes of the amount  of money whioh went out of tho valley for stocks in all kinds of fake companies, they would be astonished. If  this money could be kept at home  there would be ample funds for legiti- B��f_vea'  mate enterprises, whioh found it hard  to finance.  Mr. R. B. Kerr said he know of  Chinamen even who had been persuaded to make the first payment for  stocks which were absolute,y worthless and had then been sued for    the  , ,,��� the hnnds of the Indians, and whereas  balance.   Thi. sort of thing wa, kill-\ J*��� M ol t^ v.l��.hl. 1,��U Iy'��; CONTROL OF RAILWAY LOOA'CION  i-   western Can-da and it it was al-'ldle '��� ��"��tl-V   retarding the develop-  lowed to continue we were in for  long period of depression.  The following resolution was after  wards drawn up '���-��� Mr. Dynes nnd  carried:  Whereas the Associated Boarals     of  Trade of the Okannran Valley et their cornpulsorilv  annual meeting last war    -��sed a re- lanas ior   u  solution requeuing tho provincial -v- ever it is found nocetsarv In the gen-  act to nrevoat the f".1 lntOTMt ��! ">e dl8lrict '�� u" 90-  mont of the Okan-au Vallev I ,.8-lhl9 resolution hnd arisen oil ol  Therefore bo it resolved that tho ty?"1���. ��' ,'?n,!?lo,n "*. ���"��fl<-m  Associated Board, of Trade of the*1"1 the Kettle \ alley right-,fn ,y  Okanagan Valley in convention assem-l �� .was W"3 fe **���'' Po'9v*fl,amott  bled earnestly urge, the Dominion' and seconded by Mr. Dynes,  government to enact legislation to1 Whereas agriculture ��� our country s  y expropriate such lnHi,���n��>.t important mduslry: and where.,,  lands for   legitimate settlement wnt^ ^..i^^i^.T'^  ernment to dabb nn i  sale of stock in companies of an unsound character, and whereas w�� find  thai the experiences of tbe past year  have shown additional necessity for  such lecislation���the Calo-iuv oil stoeV  boom beino- one flagrant instance of  how tho savin?* of innocent pe"*��le  have flown into the coffers of unscrupulous promoter,? and whoreas the  Government of the Province of Manitoba in the Sale of Shares Act ptv'  amendinp aots have legislation (over*  intr this vital question;  Thereforo    be it resolved that    we.  This was carried.  RECIPROCITY IN WHEAT  The second resolution was from the  Kelowna Hoard as follows:  "WhereaB the United* States     tariff  has lately   been   altered so   that anv  nation can export   wheat, flour ^ and, with an almost brutal disr-guvd  semolina, free of dutv into tiie Tnited risk to the    lives of the oeonlo;  States on condition that lit itself admits these articles from the l/nit-fl  States, duty free and whereas it is  the universal opinion of Canadian  tho Associated Hoords of Trade of the! farmers that reciprocity between Can-  OI-rn-"-<n Valley   in    annual meeting, ada and the United States    in   these  of thii  industry, particularly in western Can  ada, is to a great extent depend nl  upon convenient shum'nr facilities;  and whereas the demand for such shipping facilities will for many yours to  come lead to extensive railway building; and whereas tho prosent practice  of the railway,comnop.es is to looato  their lines with a first viow to economy in building, ren-ardless of conge-  quence to    surrounding nroperty, and  ' of  and  Au aiVicial announcement has been  made thnt three cruisers of the German Pacific fleet have boen sunk in the  south Atlantic by a British snuadrou.  "At 7.30 a.m., on the Sth of Decsm-  ber, the Scharnhorst, Gnrlatflau, Nurnberg, Leipzig and Dresden were sighted  near tho Falkland Islands by a British squadron under Yice-Admiral Sir  Frederick Sturdee.  "An action followed, in the course  ot' which the Seharnhorst, ''.ii? the  flag of Admiral Count Yi n Spee, the  Cneisenaii and the Loipni: were sunk.  The Dresden and Xurnberg made off  during the aotion and are being pursued.  "The two colliers also wer,< captured.  "The vice-admiral renorts thut the  British casualties are verv ftw ,n number.  "Some survivors have le>n rescued  from tiie Cnoisenau and the Leipzig."  TJTr- CERMAX Ill-.LMET  Though made p -rentK of steel, the  German helmet is as H��ht almost as  cloth or straw hats, and moro comfortable-than �� bowler, Hound the  inside, where tho helmet touches, is a  ring of metal "leaf sprinfs" bound  in leather, whieh lightly slip the h'al  to keep tho helmet on without heavy  pressure. The brass spike <>r knob that  crowns the helmet is made useful as  well a.s ornamental. There are largo  holes in it, which give verv irood ven-  tilalion to the inside of tho helmet-  much belter thnn the - in-holes thai  nre sunooSed to ventilate a bowW, In  fact, tho Cermnns sepm to hftVfl succeeded in making a renltv comfortable  bowler out of paper-thin steel.  Itevi   A.   M.  Snn-ord,  of  Columbian  College,  the Methodist, church on  ing and the pastor in th  evening topic is  give*-'  J./} , trincipal  will  preach  in  Sum! iv morn-  evening. The  Acting on tho Offon-  The order-in council appointing F. S.  Bnrnard, of Viotoria, lieutenant-governor of British Columbia to succeed  Hon. T. W. Paterson, whose torm of  office has expired, was siened last Saturday morning bv His Roval Ilhrhness  the Duke of Connaught. Tho new lieu-  tenant-sov&nor, it is understood, will  assume tbe duties of his office, at onoe.  The Daily Mail's corres-��nl nt in  northern France describes a battle hfr*,  tween a Ze^��elin derigible balloon "n^j  , three French aeroplanes which cccur-(  red a few days a"0. The Zomielin  manoeuvred clumsilv. ^nd was unable  to make use of her explosives. Bullets  from the aeroplanes found the lulloon  envelope,   which crumnled up and the asking the  assembled herebv re-inest that the government of British Columbia ooss similar legislation,  INDIAN KBJPBRVES  articles would be highlv beneficial to  Canada: Therefore the Associated  Boards of Trade of the Okana��ran Volley earnestly request the Dominion  Government to introduce into ,>urlia-  m��nt at its next session a law -which  will enable wheat, flour, and semolina lo be imported free of duty from  Tho resolutions    submitted bv    tho  various Boards, the" consideration    of_  wbich constituted    the main businfjsa' Canada into the United States.' pnednoer acting tinder the authorltv of  of the convention were then taken up.!    Mr. R. B. Kerr aunnorted this   mo- the railwav commissioners, nnd whose  The first was    on" from Armstr,B<? tion    as he-hnd done   at a previouai   convention to reoommend raeetinp of the Kelowna Board and the  whereas tho Railway Act, as at present enforced, given everv tiavantiufO to  the railwav companies in the matter  of the ourohftse of the r;,ht>fvLV,| The eotwondent of the Daily 1'x-  oomnelling tho land owner to submit Dre9B ai T1?0 ITnr"ni; rr]vCB n Bru��"-*���  to aggravating, delays, often est end- j ��"��Port which says that one hundred  ing over months and years. I t-andstrum officers mutinied when cr-  Thereforebeit resolved that the -rov-M0��� <" lhe fr���t last week, and  ernment of the Dominion of Cnn-cla gi-"}? *�� "%> Thev deoUrea ho says  be petitioned to so amend the Bail-! ,hftt, their mditary duties wore con-  wav Act., as to.-First, nloce Ihe lo [ finpd io ihe -���rding of towns, He ideating of tho railwav lines tbmngh auftrtett ordered thorn sent back to  small farms and residential districts r'Grmnnv for �����������  under the miiWvMori nf a covernmentj  km  m* *n  (Ceitinued on Page Nine)  Fire, caused bv tho dron'-in^ of ��  srmrk into tbo wood box uear the  stove did considerable dima-'e list  Snpflnvmorn'no' at the residence of  ���T. N. Saunders on Leon avenue. PA8B TWO.  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10  1��U  ste  KELOWNH RECORD,  Published evary Thursday at Kelowna, I  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Correspondence  SUBSCUIPTION  BATES  91.60    per   year;    75c,    nix   nionlhs.  Uni  Stiites 60 I't'iitn additional,  All subucriptiunB payable in advance  ADVERTISING HATES  I.UIIUE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 29 ctjnu ner uulumn inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 dayi. |5l  Ot) dayg 87.  WATER NOTICES-S9 (or live ln-.ert.oni.  LEGAL ADVEI.TISING-F.rnt inaertion. 12  cents per line; each ttubseguent inaertion. 8  cents per line.  (CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 centa  imt word first insertion. 1 cent por word  ���"ml. subsequent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-Two inchw  and under, 60 cents per inch lirst Insertion  over two inches 'IU rents per inch lirat Insertion: 20 oents uer inch each subsequent  insertion.  All changes in contract advertisements must  be ia  the   hands ol  tho printer  by   Taleadav  BVeMQg  to   ensure    publicutio-1  iaa    the    ala-it  issue.  Subscribers    ut   tho  rotrulur ruto   can have  ��� XtlU  papers  muiled  lo Iriends  ut u distatuca  ut HALF RATE, i.e., 75 cuuts  pa-r your.  Thi*.  special   priviletro   is   in-anted    Ior    the  purpose of udvertisiuu the city  und district.  Monthly Weather Report  NOVEMBER  Temperature  Date  Mux. Min.  -Nov.  1    .   53        -15  "  a   ..   5-1        38  "  3  ..   31        38  "  4    ..   5(i        40  "  5    ..   50        40  *���  tf   ..   46        31  "  7  ..   42        20  "  a  ..   51        40  "  ..   53        35  "  IU      ..   45        33  "  11   ..   52        36  "  ['2  ..   48        30  "  13    ..   12        32  "  14     ..   36        21  "  1ft    .   38        23  "  16    .   34        20  "  17    .   37         29  "  18    .   50        31  "  19    ..   40        30  "  2(1    .   40        35  "  21    .   46        35  "  00  ..   43        34  "  28    ..   43        39  "  24  ..   51         40  "  25   .   18        32  "  26    .   44        39  "  27    .   11         35  "  28    .   47        39  '*  29    .   44        34  "  30    .   39        25  RAINFALL      l.��  TJat) following is u translation of a  most inu.a-Mlh.j4; letter to Mi. F. Ht  L'aqueruy, u rancher of tliu neighbor  I hood, and u well-known ii^uro lor  many years in tho ivelowna district,  The letter wus written by his mother  in {franco und shows how intimately  ' the family is mixed up with the great  effort to defend their country awainst  the i enemy. Mr. Be I'aquuray is  reservist of the .French army, and  expecting at any time to be culled  for service.  Mv Dour Child,���  1 am so pleased to huve at last  lutter Irom you. 1 did not know what  to think of your silence. Vour broth-  ers wero anxious, thinking you wOuid  be court murtiuied us a desurtor. hv  eryoue hero wus expecting to son yui  buck. Vour letter hus cleared me tiers  up. .Everybody hus joined .he colois  with tho utmost ont mi.si a mil Enlist-  jut-jits went on wholesale In. they had  to refuse tutung in moro lor lack of  necessury equipment,  lour proiner Kouert was uikuii in  ou lite ttrd ol August. \\v took him  to the utution to see him oil; what u  crowd! What shouts ol ''Vive lu  1'runco!" "Hurray tor tho war.'' Wo  had been expecting the news for ton  days, ihe general enthusiasm was  moat admirable. Jtobcrt was at first  sent to Jus regimental depot, from  where alter a fortnight he waB sent to  bt. lUiluel, Lorraine. In tho fourth  battle He wus wounded in the right  arm and hip. His arm wus crueked  by a Uum lium bullet und the*bone  broken liko match^ouci, ur-M,  lengthwise so he will recover in lime,  but if hit crosswise it would huvo hud  to  be amputated.  Ho fell when struck in the hip aim  burrowed in a trench, lie could hear  the Uermaag .speaking a few "urds oil  and expected to bo finished by them  any minute. Shrapnel nnd bullets  wero raging all lho time. After a  while ho begun rolling i over und over  towards his regiment's line; it too'*  him six hours lo cover 800 ��� arils aud  he wus at lust picked m- by tho red  cross. He wus then sent to n hosi.i-  tallbut these woro so full* th��it before  he found one with any room in it ho  remained five days in a car with other poor fellows, troinT from ilaco to  place. At last ho was put ��� If <n a  Marseilles hospital where he is still. 1  went to see him. How changed he isl  Ho told me his gun had been broken  in his hands and ho wonders how his  fingers did not got cut o!T. lie s��vs  "Nothing can give an idea of what I  have soon, no words can render tho  horror of the slau-hter, the screams  of rage, despair, und pain, the howling of the Germans and over all tho  deafening sounds of guns and quick-  firers. It is enough tu drive onn er-*zv  I can not think of it; at- ni"ht 1 wnko  in a start hearing the command: "Fixed bayonets.���Charge!" I jump out of  bed and brought buck to the presence  of mind by nolo of mv wounds.     I do  WHENBUYINGYEAST  INSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE-  ...fcOY4��  laf^fe  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  School Report for November  NOVKMUEK  Div,  1   .  II  III .  IV .  V ..  VI ���  VII ..  VIII .  IX .  X  XI .  Unrolled   27  31  29  30  27  30  35  24  . 29  35  Ave.  25.9(1  31.15  32.99  25.93  29.07  26.23  27.02  34.52  23.  27.3  31.02  Harry  HONOR ROLL  Division I. ��� Guy   DeHart  James, Henry Crowley.  Division II.���Dorothea Ruck, Charles  Stuart, Gerald Switeor.  Division IH.-Flora Hall, Hazel Williams, Gilbert Clarke.  Division IV.���Willie Andrews, Mary  WoolBoy, (icorare Ryder.  Division V. ���Bessie Hnuar, Harjorle  Saunders, Nellie Patterson.  Division VI. ��� Ralph Ball, Howard  Leathley, Hugh McKenzie. ,  Divisiaan VIL���Ethel Hillard, Kchl'ii  I'ettiurcw, Cecil Dutman.  Division V11L���Dennis Gore nnd .lack  Ryder, equal, Willio Akeroyd, Percy  Andrews.  Division IX, ���lack Butler, Harry  Mantlo, George Peters..  not understand how I escaped alive when hundreds fell at mv  sides."  Your brother Charles ���������-'' his wife  are 8ervinrr in tho Red Cross in ai  hospital here. Your brother Felix h as  beon oalled also. Your cousin Poter  de Farcv was killed at the front. Ho  leaves a widow and two verv youn-r  children. Yves de 0ft/,urrn--- liTa h1*  two sons at the front. Cantain Ceel-  ine has three, tho vounarest heme killed. Maria's hatsbran I wai- l-i'lpd at the  battle of Peronno on October 2711),  when lendinr his mon in chariro at the  crv of "Franco forever!"-. ...       .  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and AU Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sunday, an tlae  month at 8 a.m.; accoaid and fourth Suad.y., after I  Morning Prayer.  Litany on th. firat and third Sundaya.  Morning Prayer at 11  o'clock;   Evening Prayer .1  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  Fia al and third Sunday in month, Matin, and Litany  at 11 a.m.  Second Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 a.m.  REV. THOS. GREENE, . A., R.ctoa  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Preabyterian Church, Ktiowna.  Momina Servica. at II a.m.; ��voaaaniaarvio...t 7:30  p.m.   Sunday Sohool at 2:30 p.m.  W.elaly Prayer Moating on W.dn.ad.y. at I p.m  Rav. A. DUNN, B.D., P.ator  BENVODLIN PRESBYTERIAN  ETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.   Sunday School 2.30p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m.        Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W. T. BEATTIE, Pa.lor.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbatla Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School .12:30 p.m.  Midweek .ervice Wedneeday at 6 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Like St.  Sabbath Service, at 11- a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m.      All welcome  MAIL       CONTRACT  Healed Tenders, addressed to the  Postmaster General, will be received  at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, tho  15th January, 1915, for the conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four years, three  times por week over pratnosed Kolowna  Rural Route No. 1 from tho Postmaster General's pleasure.  Printed notices containing further information as ta, conditions of nrnnosed  contract may bo seen and blank forms  of tondor mnv bo obtained at lho Post  Offices of Kclowna and at the offioe of  tho Post office Inspoctor.  .I0HN It. GREENFIELD  Post Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Offioe  Vancouver, B. C.  4th December, 1914. 3-5  Are You Taking Advantage of the  Cash Discount  at OXLEY'S?  ���^IFNOT.-WHYNOT?  Just take a look at these prices then act  quickly by 'phoning us your orders  Cash Special Prices for December  Choice Seeded Raisins, 16-oz....  t\ for 45c. nett  Choice Currants, 16-oz. ... *\ for 54c. nett  New Mixed Peel  2 lbs. for 45c. nett  * * Best Creamery Butter  36c. lb. nett  king Sugar 4 lbs. for 45c. nett  These are only a few of the prices, and remember  We Give 10 per ct. Cash Discount  on everything except Sugar ard Flour.  Phone us your orders  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  5 per cent. Discount on Monthly Account!  Christmas Buying Made Easy  Commencing Saturday, Dec. 12th, and Ending Thursday, Dec. 31st,  $40,000  t)uR Store is The.  Place to ��vy  "touR Christ  l-RESENTS  this store will be a Mass of Bargains.    We want the  money now tied up and offer our Entire Stock at  Greatly Reduced Prices  $40,000  Ask Santa to bring FURNITURE.  Xmas Presents for All  Hardware Christmas Nooel-j  ties are the economic kind;  they last long and are cheap  See Our Xmas Counters  ,    Remember, your Xmas money goes a  long way, too  This space will not permit us to enumerate our offerings.    Be on the lookout for handbills, they will interest you  Everything on sale: Hardware, Furniture, Cutlery, Sleds, Skates, Toys, Rugs, Heaters. Ranges, &c.  Dalgleish & Harding  Hardware  Furniture THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1914  1 , V ���JflllJ .Wall I IF lit 'I I' II     ,       M  KELOWNA  RECORD  nxrou,  PMCE MRS LET DOWN  ��� ���    - -   ' '  -���- a, I m m j not.'     " ; ���  Again to Make a Clean Sweep by Dec. 25  Now for TWELVE DAYS of the greatest merchandizing battle ever waged in the valley. The customers are  already storming the bargain trenches and making the best of the short time at their disposal to buy such merchandise at less than wholesale prices. The clerks are well reinforced and up in the firing line with their belts full of  cut price ammunition, and every shot sends a customer out with a parcel and a smile, only to return the following      day for a harder bump of December cuts '  Prices that Make Them Run as they Read  ' and get to the trenches with lightning speed ���������������-.������-���---������--���--.���������  Don't Overlook the Fact that the Time is Short  Dress Goods Department  600 YARDS DRESS GOODS,    inoludinir   Bed Cordt, Strati,  Catbmtre't, Diarronala, Hobsirt, Twttdt, etc, tto. Ragu-  . lar up to 01.25 vex vard for   43o. ptr   yard  110 YARDS MESSALINE SILKS ALL SHADES.  Remilar $1.25, $1.36 and $1.50 lor 79o.  75 FAIRS LADIES' SILK HOSE in colon ol Blaok, White,  Slav. Pink. Tan, Champagne. Keirular 11.76 quality  lor  ,  $L06 Ptr   pair  CLEARING 60 AND 75o. FANCY RIBBONS FOR 39c.  Our entire stook of ribbons hat been greatly rtduotd, in  manv oattt to HALF PRICE.  300 YARDS VELVET RIBBONS, SATIN BACK  Remilar 86o., 40o., and 45o., qualities, all     thadtt.   Reduced to only   19��. Ptr yard  600 YARDS FANCY TRIMMINGS. Regular 96o., 50ft, Wc.  and $1.00 per vard. Your ohoiot for only. 10o., ptr yard  An extraordinary Sale of  Children's Winter Coats & Dresses  Every mother who haa ohildren ahould be here on Friday  mornine to look over the rule ot ooatt, we havt prioed  for thit event, every one ol whioh it a big bargain.  Note these Bedding Values  17DOZEN FULL BLEACHED SHEETS, ready (or aarviot.  Regular $3.76 for  ��L85 par pair  3 DOZEN MARCELLA BED SPREADS, olott, heavy quality  and the mott tatiifaotory Bad Spread for tht monty  Regular $3.36 for      IL56  EXCELLENT COMFORTERS PRICES AWAY LOW. Our tale  oriota plaoe thaw aplendid ooty comforttrt within tht  reach of all.  Re��iiW $3.36 quality rtduotd to   $1.60  Remilar $3.60 quality reduced to   $3.35  Remilar $4.60 quality reduced to   I0-95  Regular $7.60 quality reduced to  '   $4.85  Regular $13.80 miallty reduoed to  $8.95  SUPERIOR GREY BLANKETS     11.96  PER FAIR  Onlv teventeen pain Wt. Regularly told at 18.60, 14.00  ptr pair.  136 YARDS FULL BLEACHED SHEETING 9-4 PLAIN.  Regular 80o��� quality for 36o. per vard  160 YARDS FULL BLEACHED SHEETING 8-4 PLAIN  Regular 40o. quality for go. per   yard  Exceptional Values in Curtains  Regular $3.50 valuta for  Remilar 14.76 valuat for .  Regular $6.60 valuta for  Regular 16.60 valuat for  $3.10 ptr pair  ... $3.10 ptr pair  .. $8.70 par pair  $3.96   par  pair  Special Value in Gloves  Few Xmaa gifts would be complete without  Gloves. When other things fail, Gloves may  always be depended upon to serve the purpose  of a simple remembrance; one, too, that invariably proves acceptable  50 CENTS for a good htaw tervioeable Kid Glove,   in  Tans, Grevt,   the   mott praotioal glove for winter wear.  Remilar $1.00 and $1.35 ouality.  95 CENTS for   Ladlee* Dratted    Kid Glovae   in Tan��,  Maok" or Grevt, two    Dome   Fastener!. Regular $1,511  quality.  $1.06 for Ladiet' Long Kid Glovet, 24-inch Mutquititr,  Blaok or Tan. Keirular 83.75 quality.  $1.95 for Ladiet Regular $3.50. $2.75 and $8.60 Englith  Dog Skin Gauntleii tnd Glovet.  Boot & Shoe Department  Now for Prices on Footwear that will make you  sit up and take notice  MEN'S BELLOWS TONGUE COWHIDE WORK BOOTS.  Remilar $3.00.   Sale Price    SI .45  MEN'S BOX CALF WATERPROOF SOLES.  Remilar $6.50 and $7.00 for    $4.95  MEN'S DONGOLA AND VICI KID BOOTS, fine boot to wear  rubber on.   Regular 13.80 and $4.00 for $1,99  MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS.  .  Remilar $5.00 and $6.50. Salt Prioe   $3.45  RTmilar $6.60. Sale Price  '.  $3.95  Remilar 07.00. Sale Prioe   $4.95  Regular $8.00 and $9.00. Sale Price   $6.95  MEN'S WALKOVERS. '  Rerruler 16.60 for   ...:   $3.96  Regular $7.00 for    $3.95  HEN'S BOX CALF in large and small aitet. Regular  $6.60 and $7.00. Salt Price   $3.60  MEN'S ONE AND TWO BUCKLE OVERSHOES  Regular $3.50 and $3.00. Sale Prioe    $1.85  MEN'S BLIZZARD RUBBERS, CLOTH TOPS.  Rc-a'ar $1.66. Sab Price   $1.15  MEN'S HIP GUM BOOTS.   SraaH tizes only.  Regular $8.00. Sale Price  ,    $4.95  MEN'S GUM BOOTS.   High and low   for   wearing big   aox  with.   Regular $4.00 for    $2.95  Remilar $3.60 for    $3.60  MEN'S RUBBERS. In larrre sizes only  50o.  MEN'S BEST OUALITY RUBBERS  Regular $1.25 and 11.36. Sale Prioe 95o  BOY'S BOOTS AND RUBBERS. All at Sale Prioet.   Every  pair goat.  BOY'S $3.00 and $3.50. Sale Priot           $1.95  Sale  $1.95  Footwear for Ladies  LADIES' LOW SHOES in Walkovert. Regular $6.00.  Prioe    LADIES' BOX CALF OR VICI KID BOOTS  Regular U5.60 and $6.00. Sale Prioe .....-,   $3.66  LADIES' STORM RUBBERS Regular $1.00 for 76o.  LADIES' BLIZZARD RirBBERS, CLOTH TOPS  Remalar $1.80 for   99o,  XMAS SLIPPERS IN GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES, for  men, women and ohildren at Sale Prioet, 25c, 45c., 75c,  95o��� $1.25 and $1.60 por xair.  We have still hundreds of pairs of best  quality Boots for Men and Ladies to clear  out at Sale Prices.   Come while they last.  Men's & Boys' Clothing  HALF PRICE  MEN'S $30.00 Overcoat!  $18.06  "     $98.00 Overcoatt  $14.00  "     $26.00 Overcoatt  IM.00  "     $24.00 Overooata   119.0$  "     $30.00 Overooata   ��W.0��  You will find among our Men's Overooata tome of tbe fiaert  imported Motor Coatt at HALF PRICE.  Men's Tweed Suits at Half Price  Remalar $12.00. Sale Price  u  I 6.00  Regular $14.00. Sale Prioe    7.00  Regular $15.00. Sale Priot   T.W  Re~.lar $18.00. Sale Priea    ���  ����������  Regular $90.00. Sale Priea *   MMM  Regular $35.00. Sale Priot  USO  Regular $30.00. Sale Prioe  15.0$  All the above are fine fitting suite, bom the batt   makers,  suoh aa "30 Century" and "L System" American make.  Look at these Prices on Boys' Suits  BOY'S $3.00 Suite ..,��... I1JS0  "     $4.00 Suite  S.00  "      $5.00 Suitt  .-.  1M  "      $6.00 Suitt  ���  3.60  "     $7.00 Suitt  3.80  "      $10.00 Suitt  .....*.  5.00  Mens Furnishings at Terrific  Price Cuts  You will find Every Line represented.    We cannot give you a full list; here are just a few:  MEN'S 16e. Handkerchief!    Tt*.  MEN'S 19*0.. Canvas Glove!      Ie.  MEN'S Sox Regular 15o , ,,      Be.  .MEN'S Sox, regular 96o. for   16a.  MEN'S Sox. regular 36o., for , 96s.  MEN'S Sox, remilar 60c., for  v  36c.  MEN'S Sox, regular 65e., for   48c.  MEN'S SHIRTS in many stylet at HALF PRICE and  lea.  MEN'S UNDERWEAR, in winter weights: Ptamaai. Turn-  built. Watson's and Stanfield't at clearing prictt. No hallway outs, everything goee between now and Xmaa.  ���  R. DONOGHUE  im r(       I,  Assignee for the Estate  -==- - rsa-'T  mmmlL  ��^OJia '-��� ' PASffl FOUR  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10; 1014  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  lllack.matlaiiig done.     Weighbridge.    Oata crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Applea, &c, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office i 9 to 12; 1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 i   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  FREE! FREE! FREE!  In order to introduce the " Famous "  GARRY RANGE  To every purchaser of one of these Ranges we will give  Absolutely FREE  17 Pieces Kitchenware  This Range along with the seventeen pieces of  �� Kitchenware is now on show in our window.  The Garry Range is a six-hole range  manufactured  by  the McClary Mfg. Co., with high warming closet and  copper reservoir, neat and attractive  in appearance;  in  fact, an up-to-date range all through.  The Price $52. Kitchenware Free  We will also give a  20 per cent, discount on all Heaters  UNTIL DEC. 19th.  Morrison-Thompson Hdwe. Co.,Ltd.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. L. Holman left yesterdnv morning for a visit to Montreal.  ��� ��   t  Mr. Hamilton Lime waB a .'iaitor In  Kolowna this week.  ��� *.  ��  Don't miss Knowles' wateh guessing  contest on Saturday. December    12th.  See hand bills.  ��� *   *  Mr. Jas. Kincaid and family returned to tho city last Friday, Mr. Kincaid having severed his business connections   at New Westminster,   where  he went last spring.  ��� *   ���  ��� *   ���  Tho Country Girl's Hospital Aid will  meet at the home of Miss Batchulor on  Saturday December 12th at 3 o'clock.  ��   *   ���  The Bev. W. T. Beattie will deliver  an address to younc men and womon  at 7.30 p.m., next Sunday in the Btvi-  tist      church,      Benvoulin.      Subject:  "Hypocrisy."  ��  ��   *  Mr. Palmer of the Coldstream     Orchard, Vernon came down on  fitf>sdny  afternoon with Mr. Ben Hoy to   take  in some of the pruning claaBes.  ��   ���   ���  Tenders are again being called for  the carrying of the mails for the nu.\.  four   years   over tho Kelowna    Kural  Kouto No. 1.  ��� *   ii  With the advent of colder weutber,  the young people aro already l;cgin-  ning to talk skating, in fact in some  places back from the lake u hegiii'im.  haB been made.  Bone five oar loads ol tht i'.N.A.T.  Co.'s tobacoo comprising about 1'2**,-  000 pounds wat Bhipped to toontieal  this week having awn purchased by  Messrs.     Youngheart    II Co., of that  city.  ...  Next Sunday the Kev. A. Dunn will  Sanford,   president oi the   Columbian  College, New Westminster, will p'each  at Ellison at 3 o'clock and at Bu '  in the ovening at 7 o'clook.  ...  An interesting weddina, iB announced  tor nest Tuesday, December loth     at  the Knglish church at 3 o'olook,     the  , contracting    parties being Mies     Ada  ! Cox, lately of   Birmingham, liugland  and Mr. Jack Charlton of Kutland.  ...  Manv old timers will learn with lo-  gret that a wire waB received hv tho  MaBonio Lodge Monday to tho ctTeot  that Mr, Fred Wolrige, at ono time a  well-known resident of Kelowna had  died at his homo in Viotoria.  ...  A quiet wedding took olace InH  Thursday at St. Michael's churoh of  Misb Doris Thruseel and Mr. fieo. Cox,  both of Kelowna. The aruasts included  the bride's brother and sister, Mr. J,  E. Thrussel and MrB. A. Purvis and  the little ncphow.  Mrs. J. 13. Knowles will not receive  on J'riduy. December loth, nor again  until the third Friday in January.  ...  Next Sunday the Bev. A. Dunn willl  preach tho anniversary servioes at  Armstrong, exchanging puipilB with  the ltev. Fetor Henderson of that Oity.  Tne wedding took place last Saturday afternaon at the Mante, Lvelaiwna  of Mrs. Dinah Anna MoKie vo Mr.  Hichard Smith, both of the K. J,. 0.  bench, tbo Kev. A. Dunn, officiating.  ...  Tho Kev. Gordon Tanner is lo deliver a lantern lecture on New Year's  night in the Kutland tohool. A number of miscellaneous vioWB will be  shown and series illustrating the life  of Christ from     pictures by the    olu  mastort.  ...  For the purpose of affording relief  work to some twelve or fourteen men  who had made application the council  have commenced the work of clearing  out tbo mouth of Mill Creek where it  runs through the nark. The nan''  whioh is being taken out forming an  aibstruction which hat been accumulating for years, ia being uted to fill  the Baougha close by.  ...  News ia recently to hand of tht appointment of Mr, Wm. Oay of It'  to tho office ol District Deputy for the  tlkunitgan Distriot of the Sons of England Benefit Society. The aotion of  tho Supreme Lodge in making ihia appointment is muoh appreciated by tho  local members as Mr. Gay has hud a  wide experience in lodge work, In addition to supervising lho work of "Orchard Citv" and l'onticton laadges, Mr.  Gay expects to organize at ether  points in the valley, la-d-cs of the  Sons of England Benefit Society wha)Be  object is to nrovide siok benefit, medical attendance and life assurance at a  minimum cost to Englishmen und their  descendants in Canada.  JEWELRY IS TH.  THING FOR  XMAS GIFTS  *:&!������''*���  m  Wis  Tho second lecture of the mon!,'  series at the Benvoulin church was given by Mr. L. V. Sogers, last Tuesday  night. A large audience was in attendance from Kelowna, Benvaulin nnd  llutland. Mr. Kogors "live a splendid  address on the subject "Imperial Co  operation," and the lecture Wat puuc  tuated with frequent applause Irom the  audience, several strong pai.ius being  mado. He dealt with many of the  problems which caanfront the Dominion  today, a-*'-' propounded argumenlB that  would jolt many of the present day  politicians out of thoir ruts. The lecture, howevor, was not a nMitioal one  in the accepted sense of the term, but  a Btrong plea for Imperial Cai-oPtra-  tion in preference to Imperial federation,, and attaoked weaknesses in both  political parties. At the close of the  meeting Mr. Kogers was given a vory  hearty voto of thanks, and an earnest  invitation to "Come again."  Right Now Our Stock of Xmas  Goods is Very Complete  AND  WE CAN GIVE  YOU THE  GREATEST CARE AND ATTENTION,   OUR STORE IS THE PLACE WHERE THE QUESTION "WHAT SHALL I GIVE " IS BEST ANSWERED.   OUR  NAME ON A BOX IS A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY.  A FEW XMAS CI FT SUGGESTIONS  For Mother For Father For Sister  SILVER MESH BAG  ���   CARD CASE  RING  CHINA PERFUME  BOTTLE  JEWEL CASE  MANICURE SET  HAT PINS  JABOT PINS, Ito. &������  Remember: Starting December 12th,. toe will give a  Cash Discount of 10 per cent.  UNTIL   THE END OF  DECEMBER,  1914.   DQ   YOUR XMAS  BUYING HERE, WE SAVE YOU MONEY  W.M. PARKER & CO.  XMAS GIFT SPEC  ZROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 2  m  m&Jtrro*mjjmjjmytmj��my4X3jm3*mj*mj*mjfm,  SEWING SET  THIMBLE  VEIL PINS  TOILET SETS  LEATHERBAG  GOLD BROOCH  WATCHES  NECKLETS, afcc.Sic.  SCARF PIN  SIGNET RING  CUFF LINKS  CIGAR CASE  FOUNTAIN PEN  LODGE EMBLEM  WATCH, Ue., tic.  XMAS GIFT SPECIALISTS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  Ludlow's Meat Market  Moved to New Premises  We beg to announce that we have   moved  from Water Street into  Bernard   Avenue,  Oppoaite  the Post Office, having rented the Wett h��l( of the  Kelowna Grocery Co.'s Store  The Grocery Business ie etill being continued by Mr.  W. J. Edwards in the East Half of the store which is  large  enough  at  pretont  for  both our  needt.  See Our Windows this Week  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and little  girl left Tuesday morning ior Portland, Oregon, where the" will ' .ke up  their residence. Mr. Armstrong has  been with the Morrison-ihompson Co.,  for tbe past three or four years, and  during their stay in Kelownu both he  and Mrs. Armstrong havo made a largo  circle of friends, a number at! whom  were on the wharf to bid them   gaaod-  bye.  ...  Owing to temporary disarrangement  with the Vancouver Universal Film  office Mr, Duncan has been reluctantly  compelled to uso another servioe of  piotures whioh while being <rood in  many respects havo not come up to  the high standard ol Universal films.  The dill'icultios have now been overcome and Mr. Dunoan announces that  the Universal servioe will be ntuinod  on Wednesday next.  ...  Two government pruning echco's ..  in progress this weok, one at Kutlind  and one at Ellison. Another is to  start next Monday morning al Mr. S.  C. Cosens' orchard on the Glenmore  road, i'aoking schaols are al.o to be  started as Boon as tulfioieut names  have been handed in to tho secretary  of the Farmers' Institute, Mr. E. L.  Ward, who ia looking after the mutter. It might be mentioned that the  fees have been reduced thit vear lo a  dollar for prun.n" schools and two  dollars for the puoking course.  ...  Mr. F, Seley, representing the Mainland Fire Underwriters' Association ol  B.C., it in town thit week making a  geoeral survey of conditions here. Mrt  Seley is here mainly unon the joint  invitation of the Board ot Trade and  ol tht City Council, it being bircruilv  felt that, in consequence of tht instal.  ation of a water aystem covering practically the whole city, the orovision ol  hydrants at all neoossary points, the  building of an efficient fire .irigade,  not forgetting the now auto truck  and the inorease in fireproof buildings,  a general revision and reduction of insurance rates fixed several    /care ego  was due to the oity.  .   .   a  I The committee of the Anglican churoh  I in oharge ol the recent tali) of work  held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week at the Parish Hall,  have had very gratifying results. Exclusive of a sum ol 1125.00 which bad  been already turned over in ennh to  tbe Churoh Building Fund, 1710.57 was  realized from the proceeds ol the  sale, making a total of (835.57 raised  so far. There are sundry little items  yet to oome in whioh will further inorease this total. The oommittee wish  to express their sincere thanks to  those who worked so hard to make  the tale suoh a auocess, and to those  who were so liberal with their patronage, also to Scouts Keller, Buek, DuMoulin, Crowley, Thayer, Taylor, Patterson, Weddell and Stillingfleet lor  taking turns in keeping an eye on  things during the. night hours.  In the removal of Dr. A. H, Huycke  who left Kelowna last Tuesday morning for Portland, Oregon, from i here  after a short stay it is his intention  to proceed to England to seek servioe  on the medical staff of the British forces, tbe oity Iobos one of its most i<>p-  ular citizens.   This waa amply e\idenc-  ed by tho orowd of friends who assembled on the wharf to bid him farewell,  and    also by the hearty yet regretful  oordiality of his. send-off.   Dr.   Huycke  was especially popular with the young  men of   the   town, and it muat hrve  been exceedingly gratifying to him to  Bee bo many there to shake hands v. ii  him and wish him every possible kind  of good luok in the near future.    As  the boat pulled out there was a lustx  singing of '"He's a jolly good fellow."  It is some seven or eight years since  Dr. Huyoke   oame to Kelowna     first  as assistant to Dr. Boyos and    afterwards taking over the praotice v.hioh  the lattor relinquished a year or two  later.   In addition    to his Popularity  as a medical man Dr. Huyoke has taken a keen interest in the snorts of the  voung men   and in various social activities, and he will be muoh missed.  Since it become known that he    had  decided to leave he has been the guest  at numerous farewell gatherings  the recipient of no end of nnrting gif tB  and reminders from lodges and societies with whioh he was connected.  Dr. Watson, who is already well-  known from his association with Dr.  Huycke succeeds to the practice.  Knowles' tenth annuo! watoh guessing contest, Saturday, December 13th.  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  Batwasn th. Preabyterlan and Ensliah church*.  Plant Bulbs Now  Hyacinth. (Dutch tnd  Roman), 80c to  $1 ptr doz.  Daffodils (Emperor, Van Zion, double)  50c ptr doz.  Vic, Blcolor, Ptptr white, Btrri, 35c  Portecu. (ornttus & pheasant tyed) 25c  Crocua, Snowdrops, 20c ptr doz.  Cut Flowers  Carnation., Chrysanthemums, 50c doz.  Violate  Pot Plants  Fema, Palm., Flowing Plants  Partnniala for Fill Planting  Fresh cut Lettuce  Agents for Coldstream At B.C. Nurseries  Orders taken for shrubs tnd trsts  Palmer k Rogerson  Phone 88 Box 117  Choicest Christmas  Goods  From Many Lands. Because the British fleet has solidly  maintained the supremacy of the seas, we are in a position to supply as usual with orr customary Food Dainties  (rom all parts of the globe to grace the Christmas Tables  Don't forget to SHOP EARLY at Campbell's Comer Grocery  Navel Oranges, Californian,  per doz 35c  3 doz $1  Navel Oranges, per doz. ,.50c  Jap Oranges from Japan, both  tweet and juicy, boz ...75c  Lemons, per doz 40c  Bananas, per doz 50c  Cocoanuts, each  20c  Malaga Grapes  Spanish Onions  Sultana Raisins and Fige from  Turkey, qua'ity never better. Same old p,ice... 15clb  Curranti from Greece, recleaned   and   wholesome.  Nabob brand, lb ...,15c  Columbia 2 lbs. 25c  MINCEMEAT. Heinz't at  per lb 25c  Heinz't sweet cucumber and  mized pickles,' pint 25c  DILL PICKLES, Heinz's, per  doz 20c  CHOCOLATE. Lowney't, all  made  in   Canada.     Any  variety, one lb 50c  Lowney't Bon-Bont, in one-  quarter and one-half and  Mb. pkg, from 25c to $1,50  The earlier veil come, (Ae better  thi service.  NUTS - Almpndt, Walnuts,  Filberts, Irom  France and  Califbrnia.   " Nigger Toet"  from Brazil, per lb. ... 25c  M ixed nult,  including Peanuts, per Ib 20c  CANDIED PEELS - From  England. Lemon, Orange  and Citron, mixed lb.   20c  RAISINS, seeded 2 Ib. 25c  CRANBERRIES from Cape'  Cod, ptr Ib 20c  2 lbt 35c  Christmas Crackers and sugar  Candiet of all torts.  Cigart, Cigarettet, Tobaccos  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three) Oh!  Phone Three Oh  RECORD OFFICE  THE PRINTERS IN YOUR TOWN  ������i^itBiijiiBatBjgiUtavii^eiiijtiii1 < THURSDAY, DECEMBER  '���'.'���   ' ">���������"���,���������.��� lf,l|t��i  W, IMS  Constipation Relieved  Entirety ��t oar Risk  Unless Kenll Orderlies relieve your  . bowel troubles and make vou feel like  comintc baok to thank ut for telling  vou about them, then come bar  way and ask ut to -ive vou baok  your money. This is just as strong as  we can man this guarantee, and wt  want to make if strong, because we  believe that Bexali Orderlies aro the  best bowol remedy made.  Soothing and easy in aotion, they  cleanse tht bowels thoroughly iiiiihv  anal strengthening them, and ni  leel great. They oromote easy and  regular bowel aotior/, heln to rrorivr  relieve constipation and overcome its.  cause. In these things thev differ from  old-iashioned, harsh, disagreeable taltt  and other phytlct which usuallv give  only temporary relief and often leave  the bowels in wont condition  ever. Thev taste like eandv and even  children like them. The- are Particularly good for children and for delicate  and aged poaplo. In vest racket tin  boxet; lOo, 25c, 80c.  You oan buv Rexall Orderliet only at  the Bexali Stores, and in this town  only of at.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.   Bernard Ave.  tut    Tamil t Rwall Store In oearljrevery(ten  and city ta tlio Unltad Stata��, Cauda and  (treat Britain. Than Is s diflarent Raiall  Ttamsdy for n.arlv every ordinary human 111���  craeh tapeoiaUy aleaiarnoal for tba particular 01  for wbio.1 II i3 recommended.  Tbt r'.cic!! Ctrrea are America's I  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDBR It CONTRACTOR     -  Eatimatei furniihed on all Jeicriptioni  of woodwork  Plant and Specifications prepared for  town and oountry residence!  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  all fitted with Beth Rooma,   '  W.C., hot wtttr, etc.  PA Box 165  High-Class Tailoring  Now it the timo to think  about your Fill and Winter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with hifh-claee old country  Bond Street experience, tnd  ctntstitfy tht mott fastidious.  Suits to' your own measure  tt little more than " ready,  made" coat. NEW PATTERNS JUST IN.  DYEING. CLEANING, PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  ."MY VALET"  J. ETHBUUELL, >*>*��.  Oppoaate Board of Tiada Ofic, Kdowna  P.O. Box 12  .  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER* CONTRACTOR  Plana,  Specification,   and   Eatimatas  Furnished  Frank Knapton  Boot ft Shoe Repairer  . NEXT TO TAIT'S  SHOE.STONE, ON  MKNAflD AVNE.  REPAIRS RETURNED.  PROMPTLY  When Joseph F. Glidden, a farmer of  De Kalb, 111., baok ' in 1873, got the  Idea of making wire fences with barbs  on thtm, he had no more harmful de-:  sign than to teach norses, oattle and'  hogs, by tbe pricks they might re*  oeivo, that wire fences were meant to  keep them in or out. '  When Unole Sam, on Dec. 24. 1874'  "avo Farmer Qlidden the rhristwnh  nrift of a oatent on his ne<v device, hi��  Idea was heralded to the v,-urld. The  western prairies, with 'heir hulk ol  lending materials, had iried Bangle  stnfcds of wire, but thev availed lhlli  and the whole consumption of wire for  fencing ib 1874 wat on'- SO tons  Glidden'B barbs mabe tht iiattl'  think, and the farmers soon saw their  worth. In. ten years the wire fercoit  had increased 10,000-fold/ and in tin),  voars moro itt growth had been the  foundation of the Wire Trust,  But Glidden reaped small reward  from his invontisn until February 29'  "Jfl3, when the United Stetet SuprcRi  Cwirt upheld hia claims, and he was.  able to collect royalty on all the fen  cea that had been strap- before. He  livodU years to enjoy it. and died in1  his home town* in 1906, at the ngoo'.  93 venn.  Quito naturallv some animals ond, s  ed bv Olidden's fenoing "ashed them-  ttlvet on tho barbs. Just as naturallv mm and "��������� tried to climb Over  or under thete fences and had tVI\'  clothes and their flesh torn. These  wounds upon man nnd beast and the  suddenness with which Glidden's bar',.  halted nil liv'nr/ thintrs came to the  attention of miHtarv men. nnd't'te  barbed wire entanglement of whMr  we now read almost every dav in the  war news, was born. i  And it ,ma��� be said rifht hore'tli'it  soldiers who have been hilted by wire  entanglements while makinp- a char*,  or manoeuverlnp* for �� new ���tsition'  tav the devil never Invented anything  nastfer. RulletB and bavonets m-*"1  wounds that cause no sufferin- or'  that shock Sensibilitv. but barbed wire  tears nnd annoys and gives no oscar*.  Possibilities seen bv Ameriav. miHtarv students in barbed wire wore soon  carried to the armies of Eur��-��. end  or���'neart in lover" ccrontrv in the  world were put to work devising some  meant for using this new device. Natural forerunners of. tne barbed wire  entanglement had been in use Iron, tno  earnest tunes, itomun soldiers hud aic-  leuueu tueir positions i with aOuttis.  ruey nau nolo oa their baiuunun titaai-  iUiea uv leiung irees, snurpening tne  onus oi tne oranonea arm iuas.iAx tiaaawi  witn ibeir points lurneu away itout-  aiaaa jiaiarnai Uty. 1'ruises���siiai... ,  ou piles���iimi been pianied in me eatiia  in iront oi armies ior tneir enemies io  wouuu inemseives agamst. or io nan'  tne onrutn ol a oharge till the puss  couau be removed or tcalea.  iNolxiUy outsidt ol tbe Jiurupean arm  itt now et wer knows bow tnoy are  using barbed wire antaiiglenunts ot in  whet form they are bunding then,  for tbt engineera oi taoh arm'' art  constantly deviling new mttbods, aud  these new ideas are not divuigod, even  in timet ol peaoe. But tbe despatches  tell ot cavalry and infantry running  beadlong into meshes ot unyielding  tteel thorns that route the imagination to the horror of the Wounds tuny  inUiot. One use for barbed wire that  teems to be new is reported from Belgium. There oertain roads that it wat  detirable to have passable to tht people of the oountry were made impassable to an army oy minding zigzag  fences from tide to tide. The poatant  going to market might pass by traveling slowly end double dittanoe, but  an army should not thread tuoh a  meat, aod mutt halt to destroy it.  While the European armies probably  have built entanglements on new plans  a description of how an entanglement']  might be effectively constructed, it-  sued for tht inttruotion of the Britith  army a few years apo. will five tha  layman an idea of tht eSeotivenett of  inch defence!. Vint, tht ground to  be protected end over whloh the enemy must pen it laid oft in five-foot  squares. At eaoh oorner of each of  thete squares a post is driven into the  ground till 18 inohes remains above  tht surfaoe. Thit tyitem of squares  extends indefinitely along the lint to  bt defended, and the common practice  is to make it six squares deep, thut  ensuring an entanglement 30 feet wide  through which tho attacking foroe  mutt pan. Tht wire it ttrung from  post to pott and fattened with ttap-  *���*    Then other wires are ttrung die-  ltf  fc8C0RD  faOBal  mil  tan; Ana  les.  W. EASTON  ;  Picture Frtmer and Cabintt Maker  General jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Filling  FNctune Framing  '���'���       LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppo.it. taa Burbank Mate. Caiair. -  Knnally from posts at opnolltt oorners  and crisscrossed again and again till  a network as intricate at a bramblo  patch stands high enough from the  earth to throw a horse or a man  among the terrible steel thorns. Tbt  staples art not driven home, nor an  the wires stretched. If the wires were  taut thsy could be out with a sword  or bayonet blow. As tho- an eon  ttruoted the wires givt under tke  How. "id the onlv wav that haa been  devittd to get throuch an entanglement js to s ton and out each win  with nttfBers. Tnhte ri+rroeni are i carried bv soldiers nowathvs. hut it it  e long job Ie get thrftavh, To? every  win mutt be cut at evtry nost.-*New  Yort-Tfraet.  iterant investigations by the conservation commission reveal tome very  interesting facta regarding the effect  of can, or neglect, at the case may  [be, upon the life of machinery on the  farm. 'Between 90 and 95 farms, divided into three dittriots, were visited  in taoh of the provinces of Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta.  In Saskatchewan, out of 94 farmers  visited by tht Commission's representative, 70 leave all of their implo  ments out of doors. On 73 ol ' the  farms, there were no implement sheas  of any description. On 41 of tho  farms, sheds large enough to cover  part of the implements were found,  in moat coses thit'being only a buggy  or a democrat, but not on one tingle  faint wat the machinery alt housod.  Not one farmer wee found who painted hit implementt to protect them  from tht weather.  In 'Manitoba only 14 out ot 94 keep  their machinery under cover during  tht winter, while 44 claim fo keep a  part of it inside. On 34 of the Mani-  I'toba farnra no provision whatever is  made for protecting the implements,  and onlv four claim to have done any  painting.  In the three distrlots visited in Alberta, mixed farming it carried ob  quite extensively, making more barn  room available, to that implements  an mon likely to be protected; but,  even here, 87 out of the 99' viiited  leave all machinery out of doors.  In one distriot in Ontario Where 40  farmers wen visited, every man housed his implements during tht winter,  although node of thete men do    any  < iuting.  In the Ontario dittriot viiited when  the implements an housed, the average life of the binder was found to be  between 16 and 17 yean. Many binders were teen which were in good running order after cutting 20 season's  crops.  In Saskatchewan and Manitoba,  where so much of the machinery is  left out of doors,1 the average lit�� of  the binder is given by the farmer aa  about 7 yean which is less than half  that of the binder protected from the  weather. Many binders do not last  as long aa 7 yaan. One farmer near  Moosomln, Sask., who, after 12 yean  Was retiring from the farm, held an  auction sale. His binder, after cutting  12 crops sold for $80, or SO per oent.,  ot the original cost, and his other  machinery at proportionately high  prioet. It had all been well' housed  and the neoessary painting and repairing had been done to keep it in  good order. On an adjoining farm a  binder which had out only three crops  but which had been neglected and had  had stood out ot doors, was being relegated to the scrap heap and a new  one avas being purohated.  An implement shed costs money, hut  if its use will double or treble the  length oi time the machinery will Inst,  it is a good investment. Farmers often lay that Ihey cannot afford to  build a shed. The truth is, trey  roallv cannot afford to be without  one. Apart from the additional power neoetsery for operation, the depreciation on unhoused machinery on the  average tiled farm it to great at to  amount to much more than tbe east  and upkeep of an implement shed. The  Under works for onlv a short time  during the year, while machinery in a  shop works the whole year through  and lastt proportionately many allmes  longer. It it simply a matter of  care. The life of a maohine extends  in direct ratio to the oan it receive!,  and abuse and neglect will shorten  tht life of ant mechanism: The manufacturer is not responsible for the1  oan.of tho machinery after it is sold:  This rests entirely with the farmer,  and aa a common aehte business proposition he ahould look lifter his own  interests sufficiently to house his implements end thus 'save the thousands  of dollars waited annually <n unnecessary depreclatlon.^F.CI.N.  Preparations  . What I am convinced in the true explanation of the amazingly r*v*fl tub-  iHjtfon ol Aramur by 'he Germans and  afterwards of Maubeuee baa been given me bv a resident of Lilfce who arrived in London recently from Antwerp. The story offers so simple an  explanation that I beKeve it will be  found in due time fully confirmed by  local evidence -which cannot have been  obliterated.  Everyone knows that ihe irroat, German 42-centimeter howitzers requite a  concrete base whioh haB to be most  carefully and laboriously constructed.  A certain German Baron has occupied  for somo vears a chateau situated five  miles from Namur. Last sprin-/ he  mado a new tennis court .in the  grounds. German workmen were employed, and a deep concrete foundation  Was laid to verv precise measurements  with o line of rails running: to its  centre Above it an nsnhnlt tennis  eourt was then laid, the presence of  the concrote beneath nnd of 'he mils,  whioh were simnoHod bv those few Uel-  irians who saw them to be niranlv i  convenience for brinping up the con  erete, having naturally no ii<it>ortnnce  attached to it by those who plaved  tennis there this summer.  When the Gormans made their ot-  tack on Namur tbe \ri\nt .luwil/ers.  which can move only.at ihe * Up of  two miles an hour, Jra-vn by O-irtv-  two horses each, were tilacei in position on the rails and firmly sl<ilionnl  on the concrete, which was exposed  and cleared in a few hours bv the i��-  moval of the nsnhnlt. i'he nif.it inn of  the courts leave a clear and exactlv  measured ranee to the forts of Namur  which were smashed in two days.  At Maubeuee similar plans wer*  made, Some forest land five miles  awav was sold two vears ago far  building nurnoses. A firm now believed to have been a?entn of the Ktir"^  built a so-called ennine factory for  whioh a space covered with n cleen  foyer of concrete and ������ ���-������������M with  rails seemed ' a natural concomitant.  The Germans used this in the seme  wav. Tt U suspected that similar  concrete beds were nrenared around  Antwerp,  A workshnn near Schoonaerd wns  reoentU- labeled bv the feermnnB: **Vp*  to be burned. Built with German materials and German laHnr." When til"  Belgians returned to it thpv fo*'-  it contained a complete1 nlfttit ��������*���'  materials for mnkinT nnritoon brioVe^  ���New York Times.  tmrnVtrn  m^n^^mm^mm  ASK FOR  fi \\mj\m  AmmmmW  Jk WoMs Best  Send for Five Roses  Cook Book���  COUPON  Writ. Num and Aimtm Ainly  Dm I lor��M to mekm T��A Cvnta  m ilarnpt)  ���"Ml W OtAlU* ���  BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES ctnfulty  choten from the eontributioiu of ma two tkouwnd  ���uccnttml men of Five Rom Flour throughout Cmatts.  AW Uicful Notei on thc vaiiout cliff of good thing*  to eat, all of which have beer, carefully checked and  re-chtcVed by competent authority.  ,W. R. GLENN & SON, Agent.   -   Kelowna, B.C.  Washing and Repairing  for Men  E. GUIDI, St. Paul Street  it prepared to undertake Laundry  work and Repairing for Men  Best Work at Reasonable Charges  COLLECTION AND DELIVERY IF REQUIRED  COtSt of tbe HomelirownEga  CHOWS IN THE BATTLBJi'IELp  There is little dotkt tee general up-  fhtaTal in iBMiium atA the north of  Frtatt will Ave the effect of drivtair  awav Mtty of the Nkfeht birds, end  mtv possibly affedt the fly-Jines ef thu  Mtitttioj, migrants. On the other  llirand,    the i.i .strv ineideats    of way  \ smmy ami aetttalv to eUKsot cortain  rtvpeekius speoiet to the Mttut ol ear  tiktre. It it stated that Already numbers of trrey erotrt are asetmblinj and  it it by no mmee imprrjbtrblo that the  fvUhurtt from tht-eMik.tnav be at-  tmtiet" by the ibeormel ftftfi.  A hard, eroal man ie toil Dr. Haven  Emerson, luptrmtendtnt of 'the Sanitary Bureau, egm and ohioken expert of  New Ybrk. "I don't bettevt there is any  on* pretent who knows hew muth it  eoets to produoe tett," bt ���dedartd to  tht embattled ohiolten operator* astem-  bltd to protest ai'niutt the 76-loot  ohloken ordinanoe. There came avhor.  Ut oi outoritt���but no faote. Tha sup-  erintttrdent had struck home.  Ybur amattnr chicken raisers kttow  better than to oount the oott. whon  von corner him he alwayi says: "Well,  of oottrtt, 1 don't know jutt what tht  feed 'oottt," or'"The maa hat to out  the lawn anyway, to I don't figure  in hit time." Bv inch little device! he  oan prove dearly that'hit tggt ooltl  him only regular markey prioet��� or  even leu. I'rohabH cebtnrlei awe, the  first hen-lover kept hit aooounti accurately, and discovered the terrible truth  At he died of the shook he handed on1  the facta \o hit ton, and the tradition  hat lasted to thit day. No self-rotDeotJ  ing ohloken eonnoiiteur would dream  of oountint* the cost.  This is the point that Dr. Emerson  misses. ~Brt growing, for city and  suburban dwellers, it not a business,  but a sport. Who makes money out  of golf or tennis or mumbltty peg.  The ears of hens and the oractioe of  arts of persuasion i unon them form  one of the most elusive and subtle of  entertainments. To be sure, tho game  is enveloped with nhrases ol economy  and a preteraio of butiMet, But that  it onlv Bart of the Inn. Dr. Emerson's  searching question shows him to be  exactly as mean as the man who runt  the lawdust out of a child's doll.���  H*w Y*rh TrlMM  TEN  KRCENT  TEN  PfiR CENT.  eduction Sale  Continues  TEN  PER CENT.  TEN  PER CENT.  Ten Per Cent, of all Takings to be Donated to Local Relief  ^WING to a large number of cuttomers not being able to  take advantage of our BIG BENEVOLENT SALE of  thit   week,   and,   therefore,   unable to buy the' BEST  QUALITY OF GOODS at the wonderfully low prices we are  telling them at, we have decided to Continue the Sale for  Another TEN DAYS, or to Thursday eve. December 24th,  ' and to tell everything in our ttore at the tame Reduced Pricet  we aVe now doing.  Everyone who hit purchased gooila at our sale this week say our pricea  are very low and Genuine Bargaina, and ju.t tlae thing for hard tinae. such  at wt are now having. We are giving every one a chance ro buy the Beat  Class of iSew Winter Goods st prices they can afford to pay.  We want everyone to come and tee for themselves, and if  what we tay it correct. Buv all you need for the winter and  help the Benevolent Society to raise the money they need for  Local Relief Work during thit hard winter, for we will continue  to give TEN PER CENT of all the money we take in during  this Sale to "the Society.  We win; put out Oti our Sale Tables for next Saturday and  all next week a number of other linet of goodt which will be  cut even lower in price than what we had at the first part of  the Sale.  Men's Rubber Footwear      25  per cent, off  ���    HeaVy Leather Boots, both low  and high laced  .33��    ��� ���  ���     Heavy Tweed and Flannel Shirts. 33J    ��� ���  11     Heavy Tweed & Mackinaw Pants 33^    ��� ���  We have a Large Stock of  Dr. Jaeger's Goods, in Sweater Coats, Underwear, Shirts, Pyjamas, Caps,  Glove*) Boots and Shoes, Scarfs, Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, and many  other articles on Sale'at  25 PER CENT. OFF  m PAGE SIX  KELOWNA  RECORD  THTJBSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1914  1  KELOWNA'S EXCLUSIVE  SHOE STORE  Shoes for the Whole Family  We are showing an exceptionally good selection of  FELT SLIPPERS  this week.    Warm, comfortable and attractive, and  make a useful  and acceptable  Christmas  Present  10 per cent. Discount on all Purchases  during month of December  W.F. Muirhead & Co.  Wood! D2l:  }ine and Fir, 16-in.  Guaranteed drv wood ready (or burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks.. .$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town  TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  BIG DISCOUNT  SALE  of Xmas Stockings, Novelties  Dolls, Toys & Bon-Bons,Etc.  50 per cent. Discount  From now until Christmas will be given on all Dolls and Toys,  Several lines of Christmas  Crackert  and  Stocking!.     We  are  positively not going to carry any  of these lines  over till  next  Christmas, so now it your chance of making your  Dollars and Cents go Twice as Far  as they otherwise would.  1 hit Stock it Limited and it will pay you to look it over at toon  at you can.  Free  Free  WITH EVERY 25c.  PURCHASE  You get a Free Chance on  The Giant 5ft. Christmas Stocking  and other prizes that we are giving away.  To Save Money and to make the Kiddies Happy  GO TO  Alsgard's  The Confectionery  The Motor Truck Id  Modem Warfare  A subsidy may be secured for almost  anything, if it has a rjrobible military use. From ship subsidies, the  powers went to subsidizing motorcycles  and motor trucks. The tftema, :who  are the true Yankees of Europe started the game and the other groat powers quickly fell in line. Tho Germans  however, have worked out tho best  system: it is based not only on their  own experience, but   on    'hat of   the  Americans aro specialists in athletics, business, and tyoes of invention  having chiefly to do with business. The  Germans, on the other hand, are specialists in war and Patriotism. It is  possibly na>t so much Aroerionn enterprise and ncumen that imakes them  leaders in business as the fact that so  much of the energy of Europe has been  devoted to preparation for war. The  way the Germans have seized the trade  in South Africa is merely an indication of what they miarht da if thero  should eventually be a "onerul disarmament.  There are a number of standard designs for motor trucks that have been  most rigorously tested and approved  by the German war office. For some  time past any citizen in the Empire  who intended to purchase one of these  motor truoks notified the Government.  Experts were sent to.givo the oar a  thorough trial to make certain that it  was in no wise defective. If it passed  the test in every respect, tho purchaser  of the machine was arlven one thousand  dollars as a bounty, or sibsidy. with  which to make his first Davment. At  the end of the second year he was to  receive two hundred .and fifty dollars  more, and a like sum at the end of the  three successive vears, so that at the  termination of five years he would  have received in all two thousand dollars. Theso annual instalments were  voted for the purpose of assisting the  owner in the upkeo ��� of the oar. At the  end of the five veers the car is supprs  ed to be no longer valuable.  Tn return for this subsidy the motortruck or tho owner is instantly at the  servico of the government in cases of  war. Moreover, tho owner must follow without deviation a set of exact  rulos laid down for his guidance. These  rales cover such Points as the use and  care of the truck, the permission of  official examination of the machinery  at any time, a detailed rennrt every  three months of the actual work done  by the car, the loads it has carried,  the roads traveled, the renairs mado,  the kind of fuel used. There is also  a reliability tour twice annually. If  the car fails to measure un to the requirements, the subsidv st ortrp ,.-j.j.-  Austria, France, Russia and Poland  have similar systems.  Of oourse, manufacturers of motorcars, have as a rule, bhuwu tutmselves  keenly interested in meeting governmental requirements. It is essential  that all the parts be standardized, so  that the ohauueur who has been running one make of machine may, it  necessary,' instantly he transferred to  another. It must be "nssible to use  gasoline, benzine, alcohol or benzol  without chnngo of carbureter. A trailer must be drawn behind . When  therefore, the requirements have been  satistied, the maker finds himself producing an outfit woi-rhino auout ten  tons, oapabie of carrying an additional load of six and one-half tons. The  rules require that a oar so loaded must  be able to negotiate tourteen per cent,  grades, and make b< speed of ten miles  an Hour on level ground. Aot tuily satisfied with this, however, the military  ouicials demand that in case of emergency, suck an a*.|aaaj,aiiont be aole to  take aver an additional trailer with  a four-thousand pound load. Indirectly, then, Europe's preparedness for  war has brought ubout greater efficiency in the building of cuinmercial motor truoks.  The Frenoh, who have faith, apparently in lighter machines, offend a  subsidy for truoks carrying three tons.  Under their system, at the time tbt  purchase it made, the government advances tht sum of five hundred and  twenty dollars, allowing, for- a period  of four years, two hundred and forty  dollars annually for the unkeep of tbt  car. The Frenoh official estimate for  tht life oi a ear, it will be noticed,  it plaoed at but four vears. Tht French  evidently never intended to be trapped  unprepared the wav theyjvere in 1870  io their war' against Prussia. After  the outbreak of that war it waa  brought home to them that sheer graft  and corruption had rendered the equipment of the army hopelessl<- inoflioiont.  Therefore, previous to the outbreak of  the pretent war, whenever a'manufacturer of motor trucks tntorod one of  his machines in a government contest  he had to give notioe in advance, and  the officials visited his faotory and  selected tha various Part! to go into  the particular car .stamping eaoh one  with the government stair- thut preventing any but - stock nattern  machine to be entered.  Tht reason, of course, that the military powers have not bought the oars  outright, is because of the very large  initial oapital that would j be required  for the purpose. ���  The British war department has  teen fit to place the subsidy life period  for any one vehicle at but three years.  Purchasers of machines on the list obtained five hundred and fifty dollars in  all; one hundred and fifty dolian* of  thit wat paid at the time of tht purchase of the truck, the remainder in  six half-yearly instalments. The official trials reauired a run of at least  fifteen hundred miles over very difficult roads. PraotioaUy any tvne of  body whioh permits of end loading c|��n  be fitted to the ohatit.  All these subsidized cars, which cian  be oalled out by the war office oijly  in cote of national emergency, are n ow  in service.  From the English the motor truiek  has not received tht serious oonsldeira-  tion that, it hgs reoeived in Germaniv.  where frequent and rigid tests alt  made.   However, by the (set that tfct  English put the practical life of tht  oar two years under the German te-  ���quirements, that is, three yean instead of five, the ~>H'��1 deficiency  that may result from laok o' tests may  thus be made up. In England less  than a dozen makers are on the aooepted official list of motor tracks.  This is in part due to the fact that  the British manufacturers are very  reluctant to change to a simplified  standard form; for instance one concern ubos the metric system in measuring the threads of its bolts and nuts.  Imagine the problem for the ordinary  mechanician under such circumstance! I  Yet in spite of this, ie it estimated  that the manufacturers of the prescribed types of cars could .turn out eighty  cars per week, conforming to the specifications, i  By way of contrast, it may be  stated that in one official test in  France seventy different makes of oars  were entered. '  The British war offioe divides the  motor trucks into two classes: Class  A. to carry nine thousand pounds:  Class B, to carry five hundred. A  speed of not less than twelve miles  an hour must be maintained, and even  through hilly country a rate of... ten  miles an hour is expected. A. motor  t rack must be able to make a nonstop  run of two hundred miles.  Amain? the decided advantagei of a  motor truck in war, are only those  of speed and enormous oarrying oa-  pticitv, but that gained bv the doing  awav with the foraare required for  mules or horses, and tht securing of  incrensed compactness for an army  a-orps. A tvnioal German army corps  a>xtenals on the maroh a distance of  nver fifteen miles. Followinar this oome  the commissary with five thousand  horses, as manv men, and twelve hun-  alred wagons. They march in column,  fifteen to eightoen miles long. One-  eighth as manv trucks as wn/rniag.  one-half as many men, oould do the  work.  As showing what might lit done in  actual warfare, during French manoeuvre! iust previous to 11 e outbreak of  the present confliot, hords of oattle  were placed behind the troons all tne  wav from thirty to forty miles behind the actual firing line. To have  fresh meat brnuadit to these soldiers  by the old-faBhioned method was im-  aiossihle, but motor tracks were able  to brin<�� it each mornin".���Teohnioal  World Magazine.  What the White Flag Means  For an officer or soldier to display  a white flag or other token of surrender in the presence of the enemy is  a disgrace equivalent to showing tbe  white feather; and the King's regulations make it unmistakably clear that  the offender will be tried by iteneral  court martial. The surrender, by an  ollioor charged witb its defence, of any  garrison, post, guard, or position,  whether fortified or not which even a  detachment may be ordered to ho.ta  can only be justified by the' utmost  necessity. Unless thit necessity bt  dearly ahown, the surrender becomes  an aot of shame and disgrace, punishable by death; or if the evidence it insufficient to support suoh a charge, the  offender if an offioer, 'it liable to bt  cashiered, of if a soldier to suffer  imprisonment.  What required to be dearly understood, says a writer in "The Globe",  is that the hoisting of a .vhite flag  meant, in itself, nothing dse than that  the ono party iB asking whether it  will receive a communication from the  other. In praotice, however, the white  flag, in consequence of being improperly hoisted in the oourse of an aotion  bv individual tolditrs or small parties  has oome in indicate surrender.  The white flag it the universally understood flag of truce, and no more.  Since time immemorial it hat been  used at a signal by an armed fcroe  that it it anxious to communicate  with the enemy; and thit it tht only  significance that it can be taid to possess a in International Law. Great vigilance it alwayt necessary, for the  question in every case it whether the  hoisting of the white flag was authorized by ths senior offioer. In oonse-  quonoe, when tho flag is hoisted tho  enemy need not necessarily cease fire,  though it is absolutely incumbent on  the party whioh hoists tht Hag to dp  to.  SICKNESS ON THE BATTXEFIBIJ*  Ditouising tne question of siokness  amongst soldiers in tht Held, "Tht  Birmingham Daily Poat" tayt that in  tht Kutto-J apaneas war the total Hut-  sinn casualties annroaohed half a million;, and of the men put out of aotion  the relation of tiok to wounded wat  at four to ont. With tht Japanese,  however, the numbers were teverted;  their wounded, under 900,000, win  four timet >mon than thtir liok; and  among, their wounded the proportion  Buooumbing wat remarkably low. Tht  Japanese had paid tht fullest regard  to the teaohing oi Litter on scientific  cleanliness in surgery, had adopted the  moit approved methodt ior immunising thdr troons against ground and  water germs of disease, and had fortified them by suitable clothing againse  the inclemencies of the weather. The  Allies in Fiance have at their command the most expert equipment for  safeguarding the health* of the armies,  and for treating the wounded,  s^\iAi*J/M/>i/\i/>A^,.',-s/' ...��iM^i.M'a,AiM^aaW  m.I9\M.m.m,n.m\^',rf '  '    >'  i.mn,M.Al  a��  NO WONDER *  *   *  ��� *  i ��� .*        H     ���     W  ��� *   *  *  Joffre, the French general m-1. *t-  Frenoh. the British general, are *K  reported to be working I o ether *  harmoniously. $  J  O.F     F B  F  B E     NO  mr  \AS^\A*\mS*Sm^mS\m/m/*M,\mSm/-*S-*J' A. ���i/lA/\a\A*VSaV mm OtA  , W^T^*TW.*WTT^*W7w^KJ,*imT������/fv!wWi*wW^wlw  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors    N     Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES . . - Managing-Director  II  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Phone  66  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 17.00  Pensylvania Nut   ,    -   17.00  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY .ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have ��� large stock of local and  coast     , *  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  ITRWTSAU  Tha Natural Way to Health  f?XPENEl<K��.pravtt that Haahh by Ceaxmj it batter  F, .then Health by Forcing.   A Mild Remedy It aKrtya  auparior to a Haiardoua Font.  Eno'a'"Fruit Salt" prevent! aad reliavta by Natural Mount  ell Junctional deraafementa el tht Liver, Temporary Cm.  gtttioe analog from tht uat of alcoholic barar.  teat, Erran in Ditt, Biliousneaa, Sick  Headache, etc   It acta accordant to tht  qaarrtrfy takan, either et t  relieving  agtnt or ta a cooling tad refraining  beverage, and gently arlmnlttaa without  any waalieniag afttr-tfftett.  rntantantyty  I. C OQ. Ui, "In* ItH" We*., Imim,  Itsjmm  SaUauIAattlBcitallawaaaat'elSa.alCaaalh  Jtetkfar Cuaeai laiaM r. llama 4  U. LaaM.lt UmUm It. TOSSSTO THTJBSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1914  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGE SEVEN  HARNESS  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  Large stock to select from  All Repair parts for same  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  This department is in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient service  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  ��� i r*      ��� n  ���  TUMI  at  Iron  Bedt, bratt trimmed,  heavy potts and  filling  $3.25  Bed Springs, extra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattrete  $4.00  $9.75  Brats Bedt, 2-in. pott  $15.00  Beit quality tpring     $3.50  All Felt Mattress, with bett quality art ticking...    $7.25  $25J5  Dretting Tablet, with Britith bevel plate mirror   $8.75  Wath Stand to match    $4.00  $12.75  Don't forget our  5-drawer, drop head. Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our  97-piece China tet, at only $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  J%)rd  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Effective Auguat lat. 1914. to Auguat lat, 1915, and  guaranteed againat any reduction during that timt.  All ctra fully equipped f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  Runabout  Touring Car  Town Car -  $540  $590  $840  (In tha Dominion of Cutdt only)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyart of new Ford cara from Auguat lat,  1914, to Auguat Itt, 1915, will ahara in tha profita of  tht company to tha extant of $40 to $60 per car, on  each car thty buy, PROVIDED: wa tall tnd dalivtr  30,000 new Ford cara during that period.  Aale for particular.  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA, LIMITED.  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   -   -   KELOWNA. B.C.  Gleanings of War News  It ia estimated that ii the war lasts  onlv six months it will cost the seven  European belliirerents ��3,200,000,000.  At the end of thie time thev will have '  to borrow from ��1,400,000.000 to ��1,-  600,000,000, and it it thought that. |  considering the lowness of the real  national debt. Germany could puv an  indemnity of ��800,000,000 to $1,000,-  000,000.  The German troops in Flanders, like  the Belgians, are suffering Irom a typhoid fever epidemic, acoording to  Dutch correspondents ol London news-  oarers. They say the disease is particularly prevalent along tbe Yter, owing to' insanitarv conditions there, end  there are man- oases among tho naval  forces at Courtrai.  .  .  .  An effect of the war in London has  been the organization of a volunteer  police foroo. It is known ��. the special constabulary and the director it  i Lord Montagu.' Some 48.000 aviations for appointment have already  been acted upon favora,*-'--.  ...  Formal announcement that Prince  Bernard von Buelow, former chauoellor  of the German Empire, has been plaoed at the head ol the German embassy  at Rome, while the pretent ambassador, llerr von Flotow, is to be absent three months on aecount of his  health, has aroused much interesting  comment in Home. (Although the  move has been reported for some time  it mav be said to have produced a  considerable sensation. It is consiaer-  ' ed remarkable that a former' ohancel-  ' lor should become the head of an embassy, which ia by no means tne most  important in the German diplomatic  servioe.  Field Marshal Sir John French, in a  despatch covering the report of General Archibald Paris, who commanded  the British naval brigade at Antwerp  gives further testimony to the good  effect the sending of that force to the  assistance of the Belgians had on the  Allies' campaign generally, and thut  further supports the action of Winston  Spencer Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, who has been criticized for  sending it.  ...  In connection with tho theft of 200  horses, which were stolen from the  remounts department, Private Spauld-  ing of the 10th Battalion at Salisbury  Plain has been taken to Plymouth un  der suspioion. lie will be tried before  the officers of the southern command  It is BUspected that other Soldiers ana'  also civilians aro implicated as purchasers of the animals. Mounted armed patrols are now guarding all I'  horse lines.  ...  The British Admiralty lias nlaccd another ship at the disposal of theBsl-  gian relief fund in Canada to curry  supplies to Rotterdam for distribution  in Belgium. This ship, the third offered by the admiralty will be available for londin.�� about Dec. 15.  ...  Friends of David Llo'al George, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, are  anxious about his health, says the  British Weekly, he being severely overworked. Iu addition to his heavy lab  ors in matters of finance he iB on the  armament and pensions committee. Mr  Lloyd George is wonting from early  morning until late at night, and it is  imperative that he be relieved of some  of hit responsibilities, his friends de-  olare, if his health and strength are to  be conserved.  ...  A British prisoner oi war, named  Lonsdale, confined at Doeberitt Camp,  haa been condemned by a German  court martial to ten years imprisonment, for a violent attack -- nis custodians.  ...  All Canadian soldiers at Salit''  Plain are to get leave at Christinas  week, fifty per cent., at a lime. A  number of the tents of the Highland  brigade were blown down in a storm  last week. The post office tent was  demolished and thousands of dollars  in money orders were blown away.  .   .  .  The Britith football aatociation decided Monday to proceed witb the annual cup competitions, both amateur  and professional, during the Caauiing  season, in spite of allegations that  playing football had interfered wilh  recruiting.  ...  The Mornin- Posl's Sydney correspondent says that Colonial a'.wreti.ry  llarcourt has answered tho Australian  government's communication relating  to the entrance of Indians into the  Britith Daaminions staling that the support offered tbe Empire bv the princess  and people of India shows u stiong  war feeling in India, "tial inilieules  that the embargo against immigr ition  of Indian natives to Canada and Australia should be removed.  ...  It is reported that the German Emperor hat ordered Berlin to be inade  ready for defence against the Haissian  army. This is the very worst ciurse  to take in the interest of both Berlin  and Germany, because when the Russians reach it���and reach it they si-nil  ���they will have a -ood excuse for  bombarding it. Bv the time Hiniian  shells have bean poured into Berlin   a  -.- weeks at the rate of thouiu-ds a  dav, the German people will begin to  comprehend     what    modern   warfare  The war has spoiled the lobster market, Canadian canners declare, and  thev have asked the government to  suspend lioensea for a year to that  thev mav work off aurplut ttook and  a'iva- the fisheries ol the Atlantic coast  a rent. Fishermen obiect to .>->-'r aiiaanaa  lieing suspended. Both Interests hnve  made representations to the government, which ia now oonaidering them.  Two hundred members of the French  parliament, out ~l the total of 897,  are serving with the' army. The oabi-  net iB considering how it can bost arrange for these members to leave their  posts temporarily, bo that they may  take part in the forthcoming extraordinary session of parliament.  ....  The announcement was made at militia headnuarters at Ottawa that a  largo number of veterinary officers are  required by the Imperial Army Servioe  Corps. A laraje number are also  wanted Irom all over Canada for tho  secand Canadian overseas contingent.  .  .  . '  The South African rebel leader, De  Wet, has been captured and it may  be taken for granted that now he has  been laid by the heels there will not  be much more heard of the rebellion.  The capture of DeWet will take the  heart out of the rebellion for be wos  a  ailar leader and a kind ol sentiment clung n'-out his name.  ...  British military authorities have  flooded tho desert eaBt of Port Said  for many mileB thus nreventina, a Turkish attack :n that aiunrter. It is believed thc Turkipla -' -ny "-ainut the  Suez Canal has been halted.  ...  Postcards caricaturing Emperor William and the German Crown Prinoe  have boon barred irom the lighting  line by the British and French authorities. This action is due to the discovery, it is said, that the German  military code renders the -'assessors oi  such cards who may be taken prisoners, liable to summary treatment.  ...  That the war will be over in June  or before was the statement by  an officer of high command in Gen.  Frenchs' army. Ho is back from the  front on a few days' leave, but can  not be designated with any ttreater  precision.  Mr. Riohard living, a New Xeiiland-  er residing in Vancouver, has been informed that the n'jw Zciaiund ca nlin-  gent for service .n Kurope lift the  southern Dominion .,1,0 it Cctoter 15,  and that the men vero ir.irisd in 12  transports, escorted liv 1 Brads), battleship and three cruisers and a Japanese battleship.  -.   .   *  Advices received from Vienpn say  thot the work of fortifying hi c-������iln'  is proceeding rapidly. Several thousand men aro reported to be eiur'cved  in gigging trenches. Eighty-eight railway cars filled with tfounda*l men ere  said to bave arrived in Vienna one  day last week. Amon" the wounded  was an Austrian a-eneral.  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  It odorles*  when in  use  Sanitary at  all timet  Call and  inspect  ^^^^^^^^^^        tliem  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Studios in tht Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  0��  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   Manufactured in western Canada  BvtheCiEIAN  h!'-*" '������rt*.?ic'*'  ' FLOOR WORtl  ���  aNCOu v i      " -^  AGENTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  GRAY'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  is now open  EVERY DAY  (except Monday)  Call and arrange a sitting for your  Christmas Portraits  Hours from 10 to 3  RotOcllffe NaarPoalOffic   Block  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Also First-Class Hay  Thos.  Williu Block  Bulman  Phone. 306 & 3206  48tj  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leavei Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Learn Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  General Relief Sale  Let's go straight to the point���no beating about the bush. We cannot afford and  do not pretend to be philanthropists, but we can strike a bargain that will help us  both. That is the object of this Sale. You have to get clothing���I have to turn it  into Cash. By reducing prices to the very lowest level I am paying you to  accommodate  myself.   Then we can cry quits  Remember that my Regular Prices are Low Cash Prices  A reduction on a Cath Price means more than a reduction on Credit Price.  Goods will not be had again at anything like present  prices (or  many years at  manufacturers are already advancing prices at a retult of the European war.  Men's Overcoats  All High-Grade Goods  Regular Price, $15.00   Sale $10.00  Regular price. $21.00   Sale $15.00  Regular price, $25.00    Sale $18.00  Men's Colored Suits  At Clearing Prices  Regular price, $ 13.00 Sale $ 10.00  Regular price, $15.00 Sale $11.50  Regular price, $18.00 Sale $13.50  Regular price, $20.00 Sale $15.00  Regular price, $25.00 Sale $18.00  Sweater Ccats  A Large Assortment of All Sizes  Regular price, $1.65     Sale 95  Regular price, $2.25     Sale $1.65  Regular price, $2.50     Sale $1.95  Regular price, $3.50     Sale $2.75  Regular price, $4.50     Sale $3.75  Regular price, $6.00    Sale $4.50  Men's Heavy Winter Pants  Regular price, $2.00    Sale $ 1.60  Regular price. $3.00    Sale $2.40  Regular price, $4.00    Sale $3.20  Thete are jutt a few items, giving a general idea of tiie reductions, but I muat  leave it for you to tee for youreelf the many other linet, including: Underwear,  Socks, Shirts, Hatt and Capt, Shoea, Tie., and varioua other linea compriaing practically the entire ttock.  H. F. HICKS PAGE EIGHT   -���������7��T-  KEWWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, DECEJIBER 10. 1914  ' i       CRAWFORD'S TOY LAND  m ciim* UNTIL CHRISTMAS  the Special Discount Sale  20 cents in the Dollar Discount  Pick our your Xmas Toys at  once and don't get caught in the  rush. We will carefully put away  anything you may wish to select.  A large assortment of  Pipes  Choice case Pipes, also Calabash  and Meerschaum.  These make well appreciated presents for the men folk.  Indian Curios  Burnt leather goods & basket work,  suitable for old country presents  // Pays to Shop Early  Search the world over and you will find no joy like the  Christmas joy of the little child. JoyOus anticipation is  filling the hearts of young and old.  Fancy Goods, Toys, Dolls, Games, Galloping  Horses, Books. Novelties, Soldier Suits for boys,  Toy Pianos, Sleighs, Decorations, &c.  Why not take advantage of our  Piano Discount Sale during December  We also have on hand a few Slightly Used Pianos at Bargain Prices  Mason & Risch Pianos, Victor  and Columbia Gramaphones  All kinds of Fancy Chocolates  Edison Phonographs, Waterman Fountain Pens, Fancy China  Gillette's Safety Razors, Kodaks  Everything is on the Go  Airships, Flying Machines, Trains, Whizzing Boats, Whirling Toys, Performing  Animals, &c.  We also have a large and varied assortment of  Christmas and New Year Greeting Cards and Calendars  Crawford's  Toy Land *7T*rm?m-mm^mmmmmmm  i TJIUBSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914  KELOWNA RECORD  PASS NINK  MtfHHHI'HHM'HH  PROFESSIONAL AND    ��  BTTSINSSS CARDS     *���  BURNE & TEMPLE     .  SoliaitoM,  Notariee Public,  Conveyancert, etc.  5WNA. B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  3WNA. :: B.C,   *-  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  (BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  Willlt's Bloch   -   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Mambai af tha B.C. Society ol Ara&tecH  Architect  lilowna, B.C.  P.O. Box, 509  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  IO. box 531 Phont +602  kelowna, B.C.  . Harvey, B.A., Sc, CE, D.L.S., B.C.I..S,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  JV1L ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C  I Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD BOYD  itt reauaned hia teaching claaaet and will  |toeive pupila at beiore in hia atudio-  Trench Block, Kelowna,  ff.O. box 374  [RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURV6YOB,           aviL WGWEH*  (P.O. BOX .37  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveya aad Report, on Iniaation Worka  Applicatioaa for Water Lacenaaa  ���KELOWNA. B.C.  H.O.ROWLEY F. REYi _,  A.M. laat. C.E., A.M. Can. Soc. CE.       B.C.1  I   ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Enfllneere and Land Suroeiiora  I     Water Supply, Irrigation, Saabdaviaiona, fee  ,. Crow.., Block >  PAiU*  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  I IBNTIST  P. 0. Boa <u 'Pteae N  I'     Corner Peueozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR <a BUILDER  Plant and Specification! Prepared  ind etiimatet given for publi Build*  ngt.Toivn and Country Residence*  IOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  '  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cr.dai.te MeCill Unawsity)  Retidence : GLENN AVENUE  faaaagea  may  be  lift tt  the  office   ol  Messrs. Rattenbury it Williame  Ir.W.H. PARKER, A, R.C.O.  (AaMciatr Royal Coll... ol Org.niata  London, Eat band)  F-itniat of St. Michael ot All Angela'  Church, receive. Pupilrfor  rgan, Pianoforte, Violin, Slnqitiu,  Theoru, 4*.  tt hit own or pupila* reaidence,  ��� Ssaoial attention to children  O. Box 641. Telephone 120  .    Addrtaa Abbott Street       |  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Cktaaaa Merchant, and Employmant Otji aa  Coatract. of avary kind undrrtakaa  a taaaaata.a  dB3Ehr wte'tt  Stocking Fillers  For Big Folks  Haa it bit you that there  -  are no more acceptable  or   reatonably   priced,  gifte than bookt) They  are the ideal Stocking  Fillert  Our selection it better  than ever thit year, and  yoa   can    gel   almott  anything you want  Gift Books  Leather Bond Boolu  ���  Books on Special Subject*  Children's Books  Fiction, Biofraphy, History,  Science, etc., etc.  Come in���look���apend an  hour among thtm and make  thit   1   "Book" Chriatmaa  Jlgents for Everyman's Library  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AKlD  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelo  a.B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka ...   $2.75 ptr rick  5 rickt or upward.- $2.50 ptr rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Par rick    .      .      .      .,   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -  $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.*  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  SYNOPSIS OS COAL KIMUiO  KEGULATIONS  Coal nuning rightt of the ibmiuion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tha Yukon Territory, the .Wiilii-  wttt Territorial, and in a portion of  tht Province oi Britith Uoluinbl.t, may  be itated for a term ol i we ny-ont  start at an annual rental ol $1 an  tort. Not mora than 2,6110 acres  wilt ba leased to one applicant.  Applications for tht lease mutt be  made by tht applioant ia pertoa to  tkt Agent or Sub-Agent oi tht distriot  in whioh tht rightt applied for are  tituated.  Ia turveyed territory tht land mutt  bt deacribed by Motions, or legal sub  divisions of seotion., and in unturvey-  ad territory tht tract applied ior  thall bt staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kaoh application mutt be accompanied by a itt oi IS which will be  refunded ii the rightt applied ior  art not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty thall be paid on tht merchantable output oi the mine at the  rate oi five otntt per ton.  The perton operating tht mine ahall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting ior tha lull quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tht  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rightt are not being operated, tuch  rtturai thall bt furnished at least  once a vear.  Tha lease will include the ooal mining rightt .only, but tht leasee may  be permitted to purohase whatever  available surface righti may be oon-  lidtred neoessary ior tht working of  tht mint at tht rata of $10 an aore.  For lull information annlication  should bt made to tht secretary of  the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agtnt  ol Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister oi the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker. ]  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  In the Dreamland Bowling League  the Beavert appear to he invincible,  and keep winning with remarkable consistency. Thit week they strentr tinned  their hold on the top position by defeating tha Dreamlands, who were  olose behind them in second plaoe.  F. O'Neil, captain oi ihe Pot.vert  again thii week broke the league reoord for single --me, rolling ud the  splendid total of 246 pins in bit f.rst  game on Tuesday n'-Ht.  Several oi the bowlers are showing  greatly improved form the l��st two  or three weekt and the individual, averages now compare favorably with  the larger centres where bowling has  'nn- been one oi the favorite winter  sports.  Following are the scores ol garnet  during the past week:  The Bean took three straight from  the Pelicans Thursday by the following scores:  BEARS  Sorosby 176 181   180-643  Fatten 163 163  129-434  Hallauer  161 163  114-437  Dowslev 228 166  171-665  McCubbin 106 149  134-983  Totals 823 784  734-2341  PELICANS  Patterson     96 109 131���339  Watt 118 166 162-446  Harvev ���0 137 197 108-362  Panton 117 16b 169-454  Dalgleish 108 154 106-368  Totals 565   717   676-1953  ...  Tho Royals rolling in poor form lost  a,I three games to the Starlight a or  Friday as' follows:  ROYALS  Lonev  136 115 129-380  R. Johnson  Ill 154 142-407  Marciuet  119 136 133-388  Patterson  188 173 137-498  Coates  131 126 109-366  Totals -. . 685  704  650-2039  STARLIGHTS  Budden 125 146 117-388  Shiedel 184 209 164-567  B. Treadgold .... 135 135 180-440  Pettigrew 149 174 171-494  Rossi 164 208 148-520  ,   Totals 7571 862  780-2999  ...  On Monday night the Royals     lost  two to the Pelioans by the following  scores:  PELICANS  Patterton 136 144   164���444  Watt 144 166  168-468  Harvey 199 133  158-424  Panton 158 135  176-459  Dalgleith 199 109  110-345  Total! 700 664 ,776-2140  ROYALS  R. Johnson .... 104  108 159-364  Marquet .....  .. 104   180 125���109  Patterson ..... 149   151 146���445  Mills  116  196 95-337  Lonev  196  146 110-399  Totals 609 Til  637-1942  The Beavert strengthened their hold  on first plaoe Tub*1- -i ht a-�� laUn-  all three games from the Dreamlands.  O'Neil rolled hifrh score for the !ea?ue  in the oiawn" game but fell down in  hiB other two. Followin? are the scores  BEAVERS  Ehret 147   178 170-495  West    143   195 119-387  Batt  143  130 147-420  Kerr  183   147 130���459  O'Veil  346  154 160-559  Totals 860  794   720-2320  DREAMLANDS  A. Johnson 101 161   129-394  Parker 119 101 .119-339  Brown 116 139   110���365  Hcdues 171 139   163-473  H. Treadgold .  . .. 143 166  203-512  Totals 653  706  724-3083  The Missions suffered throo more ae-  featB laat night at the h��nde nl tho  Pnitlini,-.. Fol'owing aire the socr-v:  PARTIMF.P  Gibb' 129   116 134-379  Swordfager 169   144 121-434  Joe  143 .118 '30-391  Willits 133   124 127-384  Purdy 17i7   169 196-512  Totals 751   671   708-2130  MISSION  Stubbs ,, 129 106 i**3���407  Thomson   139 100 137���376  Rowley  146 132 131-409  Renfrew 133 105 122-350  Barnoby 196 133 126-395  Totalt 673 675 680-1937  LEAGUE STANDING  Team                      P W L  Pot.  Beavert 30 20 10-.660  Dreamlands 33 20 13���.600  Btart 88 19 14-.576  Starlights 30 16 14-.530  BovaO. 33 17 16-.510  Pelioans 83 16 17���480  Pattiraes 30 14 16-.465  Mission 80 4 36-.135  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Dec.' 14���Starlights vs Pattimet.  Deo. 15���Dreamlands vs Royals.  Deo. 16���Beavers vs Mission.  Dm. 17���Pattimet vs Bean.  Dae. 18-PaUeani vt Beavers.  ASSOCIATED BOARDS  OF THE OKANAGAN  MEEi IN CONVENTION  (Continued Irom Fata 1.)  duty it shall be to see that the line is  to located as to cause the minimum of  risk and inconvenience to the ixople.  Secondly, plaoe the purchaser of the  right-of-wav in the hands of evwrieno-  ed valuators, acting under the control  of the Coard of Railway Commissioners, who shall enter upon their duties  as soon as the surveys are completed;  and who shall see that the .and owner  is "aid in full before the railway  oompany is permitted to enter upon  hit land.-  PARCEL POST FOR FRUIT  6.-Moved by Mr. Wade:  .Whereas the growin- of fruit, both  in tne eastern and western provinces,  haa uecome one of Canada's leading  industries; and whereas the leturna  Irom this business, particularly the  growing of soft fruitB have become to  unttUtiaciory, as to threaten the very  existence ol the industry; and whereas  tnis statu oi auairs is due, not so  much to' the want ol a market, wbioia  is ample, nor to tbe prices pa.d by  oonsumers, which aro generally reasonable, but rather to ��� combination ot  exoBssive or unnecessary charges between the grower and the boasuniair;  the result being that^twhen boxing  oharget, freight or express rates, commissions tp selling agents, brokers,  iobben and wholesalers have been sal-  islied, but u small percentage, and  aometimet nothing whatever of the  selling price remains to the grow it;  and whereas in tho opinion oi this  association this state of affairs can only  be remedied by bringing tU tiowur as  nearly aa possible into direct contact  with the consumer by means oi a paroel pott system.  Therefore be it resolved that the  government of the Dominion of Canada be, and is hereby petitioned to  amend the parcel post BVstem: First  by granting a special rate on iruit  during shipping seaBon to cover at  least three provinces outside that in  whioh the fruit is grown. Second by  increasing the weight of the parcel to  at least 25 pounds.   I  BltEA KWATEH, FOK PENTICTON  7.���Moved by Mr. Folcy-lloramaiu:  Whereas the town of Penticton is  tituated at the southern extremity ol  the Okanagan Lake, and is open to the  full sweep of the north winds; and  whereas in the paBt launches and sailing boats have frequently been wusbed  ashore and badly damaged, or sunk  at thoir moorings through laok of  shelter; and whereas it is desirable  that some place ol shelter should be  provided for tailing boats and other  tmall craft ooming from different Lake  points, whero they can anchor in sufo-  ty and land their passengers and cargo.  Therefore ba it resolved that we the  Associated Boards of Trade ol the  Okanogan Valley earnestlv petition tbo  Dominion government to oonstruot a  breakwater and landing plaoe at some  convenient point for the nurimse of  landing and mooring small craft.  SHADE TREES ON PUBLIC  ROADS  3.���Whereas the; nlantingl ot ornament  al and shade treat on public roads uud  streets, particularly in irrigated districts is muoh to be desired.  Therefore .be it resolved that with  the object of encouraging orivate citizens to plant and care for such tree**,  the provincial government Bhould be  netitioned to enact that such treos as  shall grow between the travelled road-  wav iteal thc ad'oining ,��ron<rLy Ie  Ion" to the ownei of the said property  (Chapter 213,   Revised    Statutes   of  Ontario, 1914 provides that the a w ���  of land adjacent to a hi"hway may  nlant.trees on tho uoi'tion oon'.ia/uou  to his land; and Biioh trees shall be  his oro'w-tv' and that all treeB planted or left, standing on a highway for  shade or a'H'SS. .hall be the n*-  ertv of the owner of the land nd'acent  to Ihe highwp'' and nearest to the  trees.')  TO CONTROL LEVEL OK TUB  OKANAGAN LAKE  tf.-Moved   by   Mr.     Folev-Hi  seconded by Mr. Dynes:  Whereas at pretent large tracts of  agricultural land and hay meadows  are rendered worthless by the annual  rise in tho level of the Okana"an l.a'c  these lands being situated chiefly at  Okanagan Landing, Kolownu and Pentioton; and whereas navigation on tha  Okanagan River between Okanagan  Lake and Skaha or Dog Lako is lrn-  dered dangerous and difficult fur all  but small launches, owing to the swift  current, sharp bends, and uncertain  depths of the river; and whereas it is  very desirable that these valuable ug-  cultural lands should be insured  against submersion durin- high waiter  and also that a better and safer sya-  toin of navigation between tho two  lakes should be established, thereby  the ever increasing amount aaf farm  produce from the southern -'tkanagun  valley can be safely and speedily transported to Pentioton for shipment by  rail.  Therefore be it resolved that we the  Associated Boards ol Trade ol the  Okanigan- Valley earnestly petition  tho provincial government to take the  neoemary steps toward ascertaining,  (1) The cost of installation oKworkt  by meant of whioh the Oltrnianin Lake  may bt held at Ht low-water level;  that the navigation of the Okana-  River bt made pottible and safe at all  season! af the year for vessels up to  100 feet in lengtha,and 5 feet drauarht.  (3) Tht exact acreage and the location  of agricultural lands which would ho  benefited thereby.  Mr.   W.   0.   Benton was a"1*"''"  auditor for 1915, and Enderbv selected  as the neat plaoe of meeting.  In the evening the deltrratet were  entertained et a ban-net in the Take-  view Hotel, torn) tixtv mieett ait tin*  down to a vary enjoyable function.  Tailoring  R. Mathie, Pendozi Street,  has a choice selection of Gents'  Suits and Overcoats in latest styles  Sole agent for Semi-Ready Limited.  Stock offered at Special Sale Pricet for December.  Besides the lowest cut pricet a good fit it  guaranteed.  Call and inspect.  (Store oppoaite the Kelowna Furniture Co., Pendozi Street)  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goodt, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of Leather���including Harnett, Boole  and Shoet, Gript, Leggingt, Belle, etc.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, HarAessmaker  Phone - 347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   -   104  r���t    a '  tl  XJt  Mill  ���When a Lady  buys Perfume���  ���She chooses it with as much discrimination aa she does her gowns and hats.  It mutt be dittinctive In character���it mutt breathe  refinement���and it mutt be of ttrictly high quality.  Corson's Toilet Requisites fill all thete requirement!,  whether in Perfumes, Toilet Watart, Face Crtamt,  orTalci.  They are composed of the mott expen-  live materials, carefully compounded by  akilled chemists.  orsoin  Coraoa'a "IDEAL O'rllD" and CoaWa "POMANDER" Ike of  Parfuraa, Toilet V   ar, Talcum Powder, ate, ara particular tavorieaa,  Aal.-O.Vklti.t.arlOc. laaapll af tkt Ortkla ttW. 1  SOVEREIG!     G>   ,'MKS LIMITED     .     .     TORONTO, ONT.  (BxtWmfy.     ��>v��< �����> a/a,*,n- tfPmfMma mi Tmmi Kwinm))  PERTON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 17.00  Pensylvania Nut        -   17.00  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS '  Phone  66  W.HAUG  P.O.Box  166  ��***.-���     ,V, PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  WANTED!  J  Prepaid Kates: 2 oents per word  first insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for lets than 25 cents,  AU classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to tbe cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB   SALE  HAY. FOB SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Banoh. Mtf  FOB SALE.-Sucking pigs $2.00 each.  (pure Berkshire and Berkshire-\i irk-  shir*.*, also midsummer pigs. Would  ���xciiiiiige for vniin: cattle. Central  Okuiingan Luiuls Ltd. Glenmore  Ranch. 51 tf  FOK SALE.- rifle, (32-Bpecial) nearly  atw, soma shells und case, also 22-  calibre rifle, both Winchesters and  in good order. Apply Record offce x  FOK SALE.���Violin und case. Splendid  tone. A**-1 - Wm. Gay, Rutland, Tele  phone 3509.  TO KENT  IO KENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent $12.00 per mo  Apply W, H. Fleming, Kclowna.  Mtf  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES    TAKEN   FOR    PASTURE  and fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch. 43tf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate much  with houae and orchard coming into  bearing next year. Must be sold  immediately. Genuine buyer can  make own terms. Apply Box "C"  lUcord. 4Vtl  WANTED.-Would like to purchase 5  or 10 acres of good bottom land  (unimproved). Give price and full  particulars, with first application.  no big prices proposition. Apply  box "B" Record. 52 Up  FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for farm  land. House and lot, 200 Richter  street. 13p  LOST.-On Ethel street, between Bernard avenue and Stockwell avenue,  ladies' crold watch and fob. Initials  on watch caso "N.B". Will fiuder  return to W. Lloyd-Jones and receive reward. 2 'p  LOST.���Horse rug, natural c *lor, jod  and black bands at end*. Bl.-rk  Mountain road net wee <i Kutland  store and Vernon Mud, i'ltapo  turn to Rutland itore. 2-3-p  WAXTED.-Player Piano iVood) Will  nav caah or terms. State lowest  figure.    Address P.O. Box 245,       *3  DRESSMAKING  Mrs. M. Ei Bouohi Bernard Avenue,  east of   Ethel   Btreet.   Telephone   115.  l-4p  SALE OR TRADE  If vou have anything for sal' ���<  poods that vou will trade. 1 'at them  with  W. P. MEREDITH  (Citv Transfer)  P.O. Box 465.  LISTINGS WANTED  uf bearing orchards and fruit lands  from parties who are willing to trade  for prairie farms or Calgary nnd Vancouver revenue hearing properties.  BULMAN & CROSS  Phone  306      Willits  Block  DRAINAGE AND DYKING ACT  Kutland Drainage Distriot.  Notit? is hereby civec that a Oourl  of Revision will be held at' the Rutland public school, Rutland. B. G,, at  the hour of 1 p.m., on the 18th day  of December, 1914, for the Revision of  the Rutland Drainage District Assessment Roll.  (Sgd.)    Allan C. Loosemore,  Ira E. Clever  Willis T. Schell.  Commissioners.  14th November, 1914 52-5  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr.  Muthie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday ol each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 62fi, Kolowna. 20tf.  REAL ESTATE  I will sell my 5-acres, at Naramata  B. C, with 4-rooin house, also chicken  houses, and quite a number of oth'r  buildings which can be UBed as ttables  etc., also root house, water laid in  the house and on the property. Ten  minutes walk from Kettle Valley rail-  wat, twenty minutes walk from O.P.R.  wharf, this is a beautiful location  neighbors living all round in fine  houses. I will take $2500 for even*  thing, 3500 cash, balance mn be ar  ranged; or will exchange for central  Kelowna pro^oi'tv.. There are no taxei  on this property and is a good r-  sition and cheap 'or Mie man who likes  farm life. Applv Box 155, Ke!. win,  B. C. 2-5  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland   White    Egg,    Walton    and  Brooks strain, English Penciled, $2.50 to $5  Ameiica Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Also two fine young Bronze Turkey Toms  $5 each.  Appy Mrs. E. A. DAY, Kelowm  48-55p  Warning  Shooting is forbidden on Cloverdale  Ranch. Any person found carrying firearms on any of my property will be prosecuted. This is found necessary on  account of the loss of valuable ahimalt.  attributed to careless shooting.  48tf THOS. BULMAN  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at the  next statutory meeting of the Board  of Licensing Commissioners for th  Citv of Kolowna, I, Arthur Peabody,  intend to nnplv for a renewal of my  licence to sell liquor bv retail in the  premises known as the Palace Hotel,  situated on tl.o north side of Bernard Avenue, between Water street  and Pendozi Btreet in the City of Kelowna, B. C. 52-04  STOLEN  From a rig outside either Bank of  Montreal, or McKenzie Grocer- Co. on  Saturday. Dec. 5. between 10.30 a.m.,  and noon n lady's dark trrey tweed  driving coat. Anvone BUrmlvImj information enablino- recovery of same wil  be rewarded. \V. F. Napier, East Kelowna. 3  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  '���KELOWNA LOOCE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening,at8p.m.,  at the residence of S. M. Go?*, Patterson A v.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE. S. M. GORE, Sec.  President P.O. Box 382  The great tunnel near Tekitn h��s  been blown up bv dynamite, thus severing communication between Bervift  and* Roumania, according to advices  from Nish. The paBBa^e of llussin*  tranaporta along the Danube Rivor ia  now impossible.   Edward's Cash Grocery  Opposite the Pott Office  We strongly urge you to become one of our cuatomerti  WHY? Because we know we can satisfy you and that it cu  aim.   Atide from our generally low pricet we offer thete  Extra Specials  for Friday and Saturday  OUR CANNED FRUITS  Pears, Apricots, Grapes and Blackberries.   Large 35c cans, Fri. end Sat...20c  Strawberries, Raspberries and  Lawtonberriet,   Sold  everywhere  for 25c ���  our price 15c tin  Our Indo-Ceylon Tea, specially blended for us.    Worth 50c per pound.   We  are telling 3 lbs. for $1  Try thit, itt a Cracker Jack line, and our guarantee goes with it  Our Xmas Fruitt are the bett obtainable  D        . ��� Purity Best Flour 98 lbs. for $3.90  Remember well p^ ^^ ^ % ^ fo|i Jj jq  Gin ua a Irial and we will all be pleaaed  W. M. EDWARDS  The Reliable Grocer  THTJBSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914  Report on the Fox Farm  Industry  Excellent grounds for believing that  the fox farming industry may. prove  a profituble one in British Columbia  are furnished in a report by the  Chief Game Warden, F. Bryan Williams. Mr. Williams says that the  experiments which have been made in  fox fanning by a company operating  at Telegraph Creek, in the Atlin district, give every indication that the  project will be placed (n a practical  basin.  Before foxes can be taken for breeding purimses it is necessary to obtain  a permit from tho provincial govern*  ment. and this year the Telegraptf  Creek company secured no lens than  113 foxes. There were twenty-three  black, fourteen Hilver, fifty dark cross,  twenty-two light cross and five red  foxes. The animals are valued at approximately 818.435. Th-s showing for  one reason's work is excellent, in the  iudn-mt-.it of Mr. Williams, and tug*  "���ests that the Fame decree of success in this new and unique industry  may be achieved in this ��rovince as  haB characterized operations in the  Maritime provinces,  Mr. Williams' report Mso contains  the grntifvino- announcement thut the  new system of licensing Indian guides  who are employed by big crame hunt  ers, as provided for in the amended1  game act of the last session oi the  legislature "is working excellently.1  'there-are now no complaints oi the  conduct of the guides, the Indians all  being disposed to co-operate with the  government in carrying out the spirit  of the legislation. j  A big increase in the herds of ei-ri-j  bou is noted this year in the report1  of tho chief game warden, J\ Kj  Burnham, of New York, * big game1  hunter, who spent some time in the'  Atlin country, saw no less than 23  head. This is the best record by a  single hunter for a number of years  and indicates that one of the pi ime  usseta of the province in the mutter  of providing sport for the famo'is big  game hunters of the world, shows no  (liminishment.  A despatch to the Exchange Tele-  fraph company from Lisbon, aays all  the members of the Portuguese cabinet  resigned on Dec. 5.  Evo Sit*ht. ���Br. S. L. Taube, eye  sight specialist of the Tau��>e Ontiralj  Co., Vancouver and Caltrary, will be  at our store on Thursday. L'tcimlior  17th. If there is apvthinjr wrontr with  vour eye Bight don't fail vo casult!  him. Glasses fitted nnd nil ������vr!' ah |  solutely o-unranteed n8 tested.��� W. R  Trench.  ^mc^ff^^  p. burns & co:  LIMITED  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  Just received, fresh from the smokers:  Hams*, selling at 22c per lb.  Bacon, selling at 26c per lb.  Picnic Hams, selling at 16c per lb.  Calf Brains, selling at  5c per lb.  Raw Leaf Lard, selling at... 15c per lb.  FRIDAY is now included in our Spi-rril.., so watch  for our Friday nnd Saturday Special, or Phone 135  and get our prices.  mtfflBNlb^^  OUR MOTTO:  Quality & Service  ���������.������mmmmatat-ttl5-tttVWM -     SSSmmmmT SSSSBSSLSZpSSSaSS  What does it mean ?  It meant a whole lot more than  we  can  tell you in  a  few  wordt at any rate.  Quality Means at least this much:  Everything of the Best Quality we can buy.  Everything guaranteed will) money back guarantee, whieh  it equivleut to toying that if any article puachujed in our  ttore it not lalisjactory we will refund your money, or if  you pr-fsr wa will tskchaajtu tli* g.ialt fa>r ybu and bt  p'suud to ,'iavj tli-j oop-irtu li'y ajf so doiuj.    ���  AND  Service Means:  Polite attention at tha counter.  A willingneat to pleate our cutt'ajmira.  An ear nett desire to give you value for every c��nt you  invest with u��.   Service alto meant that iu thete timet  ���f street we want to give you belter valine llaan ever.  For example  Special Cash Prices:     cash  Regular      Special  Sultana Raisins, l-lb. pkgs 3 for 50c, 2 for 25c  New Cleaned Currants, I-lb. pkgs.. 15c. 2 for 25c  New Seeded Raisins, l-lb.pkgs.... 15c. 4 for 45c  New Peel,  Orange, Lemon and  Citron, in bulk, per lb         20c. 2 for 35c  Sardines, best Norwegian  15c. * 2 for 25c  Salmon, 4-lb. tins ���.,2 for 25c. 4 for 25c  Sardines, Sigyn brand 2 for 25c. 10c  Salmon, l-lb. tins 3 for 50c. 2 for 25c  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Our Motto  " Quality and Service "  Gftfie TllME  rm*Ta * Buy* 'VbuR^-  RI5TMA5  A"V* aVv* **���*     a".  Thing  store  hace  Christmas things?    Of coi|rse  buy.   Then come to our  rush and crush, while toe  on you.    Furthermore, just the thing uou may visit may  gioing gladdens the heart of the gicer.   Your friends  gifts that come from our establishment.    We are making  Christmas Goods right note, instead of after Christmas.  drv (ft)  , you haoe many to  before the holiday  more time to wait  be gone.   Christmas  will be pleased with  low prices on our  For the Boy  BOYS SWEATEE COATS  HOCKEY BOOTS        FINE SHIRTS  WOOl, SCARVES AND HOCKEY CAPS  FANCY TIES.-Reatonablv Priced  WOOI, UNDERWEAR      HOUSE SLIPPERS  PYJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES  (10(11) WARM GLOVES-Wool and Mooha.  Complete assortment ol SUITS AND OVERCOATS  HOYS DATS AND WINTER CAPS-Fur Lined  BOYS f'COlH  SHIRTS, PANTS, STOCKINGS AND BOOTS  BOYS RiXFERS. Ior school.     Many other lino ol   Goodt  SERVICEABLE SCHOOL BOOTS  For the Man  FELT SLIPPERS. ".Ticier"  ltnoy checka and wool Until.  * TUAVBjJNO BAGS AND SUIT OASES.  NEW FALL HATS  LOUNGING ROBES AND SMOKING .IA0KETS  PURE WOOL STEAMER RUGS  FANCY WOOL AND SILK HOSE  FANCY WOOL VESTS, (or real warmth and ttrvice.  FOWNE'S GLOVES.-In line Kid, and Mooha, Wool or Fur-  lined, alt- h lino line of PURE WOOL GLOVES in Heather  Mixture and manv different ahadea.  OUR NrTKWKAR STOCK it complete, allowing all the laUtt  color combinetiona and newett designs at molt reatonable  prioet. a  Some Suggestions for Women  Blouses  1  in all materials tuoh at Silk, Crtpea,  Paillettet, Delainot, Voilea, in the newest ttylet with tet-in and raglan  sleovos. Prioet 12.60. (3.00, $3.50,  $4.00, 15.00, 16.60. 87.5S and $10.00.  Neckwear  The newett thine in Ladiet Collars in  Tailored and Medioi etleott, made up  in Sheer Organdies, Lacot and Fi'juee,  ranging in prioe from 25c, to 13.00.  The New Taniro Belts tnd Girdlot  oome in different widths and in very  pretty thadea. Prioet Irnm 75c., up  to 13.50.   .  ancy Combs  Hail Pins and Bandeaux  I  Hand (filled, in Blaok, Ambar, Pearl,  Shell. Prioet 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50,  $2.50. $1.50 and $5.00.  Hand Bags  In all alylaa. Seal, Suede, Gun Metal,  nnal Honl).   Prioet Irom $1.50 to $12.00  Linens  Gloves  In all kinds and aizes in Kid, Suede,  ���nl Dan, Skin, lined with lur, fleece  and silk. Alto a large variaty ol  Wash Fabrio Gloves in Whito, Cham-  olr nnd Gray. Prioet 50c, $1.00, $1.7IS  $2.50, $4.00 and $5.50.  We havt a very larre Variety ol Madeira Litem in Centre Pieoet, Runnen  itiad Fivp-0'olook Tea Sett ol thirteen  pieoet. targe Centre Piece 24-inch and  six eaoh 10 x 6-inch at $6,50. Thete  we cannier exceptional value. Wt alto haveloolored Linen Centra Pieoet,  Table ninnors and Cuthion Tops at  various prioes, ran-in" from 66o. to  $6.50.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  eTaaVttBjaMlfeT-aT.

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