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 m^msmmmmimmmmtmmm^mi^mmmmm^mmmmmmm  litifitotm  VOL VII.  NO. 24.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1915.���6 PAGES  $1.50 Par Annum  City Council Holds  Busy Sessions  WILL HAUL GARBAGE PILES FJtKlC  AMEND TRADE LIOENOE  BY-LAW  The oity oounoil had an aooumula-  tion of business to deal with last  west; end, and thia necessitated several  lengthy sessions. The regular meeting  began Friday morning at 10,80 and at  19.30 an adjournment waa mads until  afternoon. This however did not dispose of all ths Business on hand snd  a further meeting waa held Saturday.'  Ths question of ths salaries of ths  sohool teachers was dealt with in ths  following letter Irom ths sohool trustees:  Mayor and Aldermen ol the  City of Kelowna.  Gentlemen.���I am Instructed by the  Kelowna Board of Sohool Trustees to  advise you that at a ineetijg of tie  Board, held on ths 34th inatnut, careful consideration was given to certain  tentative proposals, mads at a previous meeting of the Board by Mayor  Jones on behalf of the City Counoil  favoring a reduotion in school board  salaries.  Aa a result of this dnliberatioi the  board requests ma to inform your honorable body that it does not deem It  expedient to make any .-eduction in  the salaries of the sohool board staff  during the remainder of this oalendar  year.  The board regreta that it is unable  to comply In thia respect with the  wishes of the oounoil a) expressed hs)  the mayor, but it is nf the opinion  that it oan best serve the interests ol  the community by maintaining eiucien-  cy in the publio aohools, and it holds  that, among other things, the pay  ment ot a fair salary Is ihe chlefj  condition required to secure good  teachers, ths prime faotor in main  talning good aohools.  The board, however, while unwilling;  Ir "jorifice the interests of the schools  ia it most important requisite, in*  at.-vots me to inform your honorable  body that, by making reduotiona In  several of tha items of expenditure  not necessarily essential to sohool efficiency, it has round that the estimates as laid before you in February  may be reduced by the sun of IM"0.  The board will also Irom tints to timo  as it sees the opportunity, scoiomize  in different directions as far as possible) within the narrow limits of its  estimates.  Trusting that thia oommun'iation  will set i at rest any uncertainty as to  ths position of the board towards the  matters under disoussion, I havs the  honor to ba, gentlemen,  Yours very respectfully,  N. D. Mo't'AVISH.  8aorotary.  Mr. K. MoLaren waited on ths oounoil respecting the tenders for street  watering. He pointed out that his  own tender had been lower than thoss  aooepted and he wished to know why  it had been turned down. ' Hs considered he had not had ��� square deal.  The mayor stated that ths tenders  had all been turned over to a oommittee and they had been requested to  have regard in awarding the work to  ths aotual need of ths applicants. Ths  oommittee hsd dons ths best they  could he believed under the oiroum-  stsnees.  Alderman Duggan i sard that ths work  hsd been given to two man who had  , done ths work befose   and hsd given  every satisfaction.  Alderman Raymer said ths matter  had been difficult to adjuat sstlsfao-  torily to everybody, but hs thought  the oommittee had done ss well as  they could. The two men who had  got ths work were married men and  in need of the work, and they were  doing it (or ths lowest figure quoted  in the tenders.  Mr. MoLaren assured the counoil  that he probably needed the money ss  badly as anyone just now. He thanked the oounoil however for their explanation.  The following aocdhnts were passod  for payment:  Canadian Gen. Else. Co . . ����� 41.32  King's printer, ads, etc. .. , 7.00  Flsok Bros, ppwer house s-ip- 91.04  White & Blndon, statloutrv . 4.8?  McOoll Bros. Co. p. h. supplies 40.60  Imperial Oil Co. power house  power houss supplies ...      S3S  Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co  supplies       8108  Northern Eleotrio Co    powjr  house supplies       81.73  Canadian General Electric Co,  power houss supplies . . ..     7.32  Burroughs Adding Machine Co.  attention to maohine ...       3.15  C, 0. Snowdon, p. h. supplies . 87.05  Dalgleish at Harding, supplies . <!'!.3<S  Palmer at Rogerson shrubs ai.it  seed for park '������..'.- 33.K8  Max Jenkins cV Co., teaming . 33.71  .Kelowna    Garage   4t Machine  Works, repairs, firs truok . 14.60  Kelowna Growers ' Exchange, -  wheat for park oommittee .     3.03  W. Haug, supplies      78.04  James tt Trenwith, suppUes . 14.20  Crawford k Co., statiouory . . 3.00  W. K. Trenoh, stationery. ... MM  T. Lawson, Co. supplies, fi-o  department         3i!.80  D. Leckie, supplies     1GS.46  Morrison   Thompson Co, supplies       0.45  P. B. Willits li Co. atatioiery 1.60  MoKensle Co., soap, firs haU . 0.50  H. G. Blair, repairing .f .. .. 18.75  I. S. Chamberlin, suppUes and  work      05.115  Kelowna Courier, printing, stationery and ads 80.00  0. K. Lumber Co., lumber .'.     15.25  0. K, Lumber   Co, hauling  sawdust .. f 70.50  T. Treadgold, repairing at the  court house      200  A. R. Davy, work and teaming 14.00  Burne & Temple, legal fees . . 27.50  H. Harrison, worl for eleotrio  department.      10.00  R. W. Thomaa, transportation  for lunatic & constable . . .    14.30  Oxford Grill, prisoners' insula .    0.00  Kalowna   Sawmill   Co. power  house aoot., including purchase of slabs    743.00  W. Notley, removing garbage 0.75  W. Notley,   cleaning fire hill  lot       I 89  W. Notley, work      3 25  J. Siloook, work    14.60  J. Moor, work     15.76  W. Crass, work    15.76  A. Mepham, work       1350  J. Brodie, work  O.VO  J. Plant, work     16.75  J. Plant work       2.25  C. Davies, work   16.78  T. Barrett, work e.    3'.S>  R. Taylor, work      8.11  R. Taylor, work       0"8  S. Ryder, work       15.M  C.P.R., freight    3 01  C<. H. Dunn, petty oash, Apr. . 23.05  R. W. Thomas, expense liking  lunatic to ooast       7,'/5  The length of ths list oauaed dome  Kttle alarm, and a disoussion arose  regarding several of the Hems listed,  and a olose scrutiny was mads. This  search revealed many items of expenditure whioh might have been avoided  by a little oloser attention and care  on the part of the committees.  Alderman Sutherland suggested that  committees should meet more frequently and attend more carefully to the  details i of their work, Instead of leaving It so muoh .to foremen and employee* to order supplies. He thought  all requisitions should bo submitted to  ths committees for approval before  goods were supplied.  It was decided to go more into this  matter and devise some soheme lor  keeping oloser track upon expenditures.  A complaint from Mr. Galbraithin  reference to dirty water being run  from,the steam laundry into the lake  waa referred to the Health Committee  for investigation.  Mr. M. J. Crehan, of Crehan, Martin st Co., the crty auditors addressed  the. oounoil on ths subject of soma  reoent amendments to the Munioi )al  Aet. He pointed out several changes  regarding the regulations as to tax  sales. He said that property on whioh  taxes had not be paid last year would  be liable, for sale after July 1st of  this year. Formerly the Aot allowed  two years to elapse. Mr. Crehan aetlt  with several ol the legal points involved In tax sales, and also spoke  upon the matter of keeping track of  supply purohases.  At 2130 p.m. ths counoil .reassembled  when A. R. Davy addressed them upon  the subject of the hauling of garbage  to the nuisance ground. He pointed  out that during the past month a  number of teams hsd been "lauiing  rubbish to the nuisance ground, and  that no attempt had been made to  bury or dispose of this. Under his  contract for scavenging he was responsible for ths condition of the nuisance grounds, but he could hardly be  expected to go to the expense of burying rubbish whioh other people hauled  there. He said that he had taken  the regular scavenging at a time when  no othsr responsible person would take  Launched Id Kelowna  DOMESTIC    SCIENCE   LKCTIMJL8  ATTRACT LARGE NUMBERS  The lectures to women on Domestic  Soienoe subjects held during the   past  week by Miss Livingstons, under   the  | auspioes of the Department cf A jrioul-  I ture have been highly successful. Th*  attendance gradually increased     each  ^lay until on Tuesday the attendance  had risen to 120.   Miss Livingstone's  addresses were of a most practical and  instructive nature and have been mud.  appreciated.  In view of the great interest takon  in the lectures it was decided to form  a branoh of the Women's Institute  and up to the present about 70* members have enrolled themselves.  The final lecture is to be held Saturday when the offioers of the new  sooiety will bo eleoted.  Miss Livingstone hopes to' pay Kolowna another visit during fruit canning'season when she will give lurther  lectures. There Is no doubt th'it  whenever she visits Kelowna she will  have a good reception  Mr. Tom Ellis, ons of the best  known of the old Okanagan pioneers,  and oattle men, now resident in Vic  toria was in town during the week.  it, and it" had been well looked after  and had been carried out in a satisfactory manner. He had renewed it  this year at a loss, expecting to recoup himself by hauling garbage at iu  the past. It was impoaaib,e to carry  on tbe night-soil removal alone at ths  present figure, and he asked tbnt he  be given control of the garbage removal as in the past.  The justioe of many of Mr, Davy's  contentions waa admitted later '..:  committee, and it was resolved that  no garbage be hauled to ths nuisance  ground oxoept under his supervision  so long as he was responsible for its  disposal.  The misunderstanding regarding the  hauling of the piles of rubbish resulting from the "Clean-up Day" was  also gone into. As the publio- had  evidently beon given to understand by  members of the oounoil that tbe oitv  would take away all tubbish free on  that day it was decided that Mr. Da.'y  be instsuotod to remove all suoh remaining as soon as possible.  A recommendation was made that  the scale ol wages for laborers for  oity work.at 36 oents per hour aud  for teams at 60 cents per hour. This  was made to avoid any misund.tr-  standing whioh might arise over the  rate paid during, the winter lor relief work.  It was decided to oall for tenders  for the hauling of oord wood (ro.n  Glenmore to the city power house.  The resignation of F. B. Hirst as  engineer of the power house was received and accepted, and it was decided to advertise for a successor.  Aldermen Sutherland, Copeland, Kattenbury, Duggan and Adams were appointed as a Court of Revision on the  the assessment roll .to be held on  Wednesday, May 10th.  The Trade Lioenoe By-law No. 17.1  was read a third time. This by-law  has been amended in ons or two important particulars as follows: Hotel  licence will be reduced horn 1300 halt  yearly to 1250; wholesale merchants  licences reduced from ��50 to 125 for  six months; lioenoe for banks raised  from' 15 to 150 every six months;  transient real estate agents will havo  to pay (100 instead of the former $5  for six months; express, gas, telephone  eleotrio light, street railway or Investment and loan companies will be  required to psy 135 hall yearly.  At the meeting Saturday morning  thia by-law waa finally paased.  The oity ohrk submitted the following method of purchasing supplies:  The foreman in oharge of the work  must first fill out a requisition giving  particulars of the supplies neeoWl  This will be submitted for approval  and signed by the chairman of th')  oommittee oonoerned. This will then  be handed to the oity clerk who will  make out an order for the goods.  This method was adopted by a formal resolution and K was also resolved to advertise that the city would  not be liable for tgood suppHsd In any  othsr way.  Aquatic Association  Annual Meeting  OFFICEUS ELECTED FOR YEAR-  NOW OPEN FOR SEASON  Willing to Help Solve  C. P. R.   AGRICULTURAL    AGI'NT  VISITS KELOWNA  The annual general meeting of tho  Kelowna Aquatic Association took  place on Saturday last at 3.80 p.m.  in the Hoard ol Trade, building. A  fair number ol shareholders were pre*-'  ent and the meeting was very success-'  ful.  The balanoe sheet lor the past season compared favorably with that  of former years, and was unanimously adopted.  The directors for the ensuing season  are: Messrs D. W. Crowley, W. M.  Crawford, .1. II. Knowles, L. J*. Coates  D. Barnes, F. M. Buokland, 0. C.  Prowse, W. J. Mantle and A.'H. )��.  Errington, The secretary is Mr. H.G.  M. Wilson,, and Mr. W. G, Benson was  re-elected auditor.  At a subsequent meeting of ihe directors, Mr. D. W. Crowley was reelected President, and*Mr. F. M. Buok-  land, was eleoted Vice President. The  following committees were also appointed.  House oommittee:��� Messrs Mantle,  Crawford and Coates.  Boat committee:��� Messrs. Knowles  and Buokland.  Bathing oommittee:��� Messrs. Knowles and Prowse.  The dues of membership will be the  same as formerly, with the exception.  of Country Family tiokots whioh huve  been fixed at 85.  Dances will be given every Thursday  night throughout the season at the  pavilion. The first dance will bo held  on Thursday, May 13th, to whioh the  director's cordially invite all Inst  year's members and prospective members.  The season opened on May 1st nnd  boats and fishing taokle are now  available for hire. Mr. A. Edwards  is caretaker.  Choral Concert at Knox  Church a Greaf Success  The choir of Knox church gave a  conoert in the church last riviirnd.iy  evening under the direction ol tue  organist, Mr. H. Tod Hoy 1, which  fully maintained the high reputation  whioh they have deservedly acquired  for the high standard of their musical  entertainments. The program was  largely made up of part songs by the  choir and these were rendered in n  most admirable manner and did very  great credit to Mr. Boyd as a choir  ���trainer. Between the choral items  wero interspersed instrumental and  vocal music. Miss E. P. Duthie contributed two solos which were muoh  applauded and enoored. Mr. Drury  Pryoe gave two violin selections, one  of whioh was an original composition  by Mr. Boyd, "Novelette." Needless  to Bay Mr. Pryoe's playing was received with the usual manifestations of  pleasure and he had to respond to en  thusiastic encores. Miss Hogarth,  with whose skill aa a pianist Kelowna  audienoes are already familiar gave  pianoforte selections.  Altogether the conoert wss a grout  musical success, and Mr. Boyd and his  ohoir deserve and will probably gut  the gratitude of all local music lovers  for their efforts to provide suoh high  olass musical fare.  Mr. Wm. Harvey left ou this morning's boat for a visit to the' Panama-  Pacific exposition at San Franrirfyn,  Mr. Geo. Barber of the Salmon Arm  Farmers' Exchange is in town this  week on business.  Rev W. T. Beattie will take as his  subject at Benvoulin on Sunday evening at 7.30 "What we owo our Mother."  All are welcome .o attend.  A severe attaok of pneumonia caused  the death laat Friday morning of Mr.  John George Robinson, a resident of  the west side of the lake. Deceased,  who was 46 years of age occupied a  cottage near the ranoh of Mr. Childers  for whom ho had worked at various  times. The funeral took place Sunday, servioe being, held over the lake  by the Rev. Thos. Greene. Robinson  who came to this oountry Irom Ireland about four years ago leaves a  wife and one son.  Evidence is not wanting that  C.P.R. la taking a very olose interest  in the welfare and progress of the  Okanagan, and that it is anxious to  do everything possible to encourage  and help the farming industry. In furtherance of this policy a visit was  paid this week to Kelowna by Mr.  Thos. S. Achoson, the general agricultural agent for the C.P.R. Mr. Aohe-  son has been deputed to make a tour  of the Okanagan,for tbe purpose of  obtaining first hand information as to  agricultural conditions here, and to  ascertain in what way the company  could assist in ensuring the proiitalile  marketing of tho next season's orop.  This is Mr. Aoheson's first visit to  Kelowna, and he was very favorably  impressed with its possibilities, not  only from an agricultural standpoint,  but alao aa a most desirable tourist  centre. In proof of the latter it is his  intention to return later in the fuin-  mer with his family to spend a vacation. Mr. Aoheson enjoyed soveral  motor trips in various directions and  visited many points of interest under  the guidance of Mr. E. L. Ward, Be;  rotary ol tho Farmers' Institute.  Mr. Aoheson expressed his willingness  to answer anv correspondence addressed to his Winnipeg office from farmers  of tho district regarding the marketing of their produce, and to render  whatever assistanoe he could.  Visit of Mr. W. Sauter  0 Company  'MICE AND MEN" PRESENTED BV  THE VERfiftN PLAYERS  .o,   Kelowna last night was favored with  a visit from the Vernon Players,   us  amateur theatrical oompany organised  by Mr. William Sauter, in the     old  Local Institute Doing  Much Valuable Work  The Kelowna Farmers' Institute is  doing a great deal of verv uselul work  just now, and a good deal of the  credit for this is due to the euorgy  of the seoretary, Mr. E. L. Word. The  Institute now has a membership-of  over 150. and is atill growing, 'lho  new room in the Hewetaon U Mantle  blook has proved a great convenience  to fanners, and the collection qf book?  bulletins and maps, and spemnuns of  various kinds which is Iving added  to all the time, is proving ol firat  interest. A fine large new map of tht  Dominion has just been receded, nnd  the secretary reports that the demand  for the circulating Kbrary is very  great. About 300 pounds of Northwest Dent corn haa come to hand this  week, This will ee.ni about 20 acres  and will furnish abundance of teed  for next year.  VANCOUVER SUFFERS HEAVY  LOSSES IN BRIDGE FIHi'S  Vancouver has been considerably  stirred during the past week hy several bridge fire*. Laat Thursday fires  broke out simultaneously on the Con-  nought and Granville street bridges,  that on the former did dam.ije to the  extent of nearly 180,000. It has Iran  supposed that the fires were of inoen-  diary origin, but no proof of this nas  been forthcoming,  One of the most attractive store  windows wc havs seen for a long time  is Messrs. James Is Trenwith's this  week, advertising "Hot-Point" eleotrio  specialties. This is "Hot Point" week  and tempting reductions are made os  oertain goods. Eleotrio cooking is  gradually taking hold ol popular favor, owing to its great convenienoo and  cleanliness.  A oase was tried at the court house  by Magistrate Weddell an Saturday  in whioh old Chief Tomat of the West-  bank reserve summoned D. Gellatly lor  assault. It appears that the two  bad got into a discussion regarding  an irrigation flume. Words had led  to blows and in lhe scuffle Tomat had  been hurt on the foot with an axe.  The old Indian aUeged that Gellatly  had struck at him with the axe, while  Gellatly maintained that the reverse  was the oase and the Chief had struck  at him. A Chinaman who had witnessed the affair corroborated Mi.  Gellatly's statement and the oase was  dismissed.  English comedy, "Mice and Men", a  play which had a moat, auocesaful run  in London a few years ago.  Mr. Sauter is well known of oourse  in Kelowna, and any production with  which be is associated, can usually be  depended upon to be ol a lirst rate  order. Due no doubt to this confidence whioh Mr. Sauter has earned  from the public, there waa a crowded  house, and they were not disappointed.  ';Mioe and Men" is a charming little  comedy full of a subtle humor, nnd  affordB many opportunities for good  characterization.  The period of the play Ib somewhere in the puff and powder time of  the George*, and the gay costumes of  the per.-od were admirably rendered.  On the whole the caat waa excellent,  though chief honors must undoubtedly go to Miaa Marion Martin who, aa  Peggy, the foundling whose experimental training according to the whim of  the eccentric Mark Embury forma the  motive of the play. Her vivacity nnd  charm, and withal admirable acting  drew frequent applause (rom the audience.  Mrs. Edgar also made an exoelleut  Joanna Goodlake, the intriguing fashionable lady of the period. Mr. Edgar as  Captain George Lovefl and Mr. George  Bammell as Roger Goodlake showed  considerable histrionic ability, while  Mrs. Steedman as Mrs, Deborah also  won much applause. Mr. Sauter toim-  self, as the eccentric Mark Embury  was at his best, and the whole pisoe  went remarkably well. The rest of  the cast were Mrs. J. W. P. Ritchie,  matron of the foundling hospital, "lis*  Gladys Bailey, as Molly, a kitchen  maid, Mr. J. H. Reynolds, as Sir Harry Trimblestone, Mr. A. H. Steedman  as Kit Baraiger, and the Beadle, Mr.  R.F.L. Remnant a* Peter, and Min  Jessie Smith, Miss Madge llurnyeat,  Miss Onn, and Mist Edith Bolgrove nt  the foundlings.   O   The total losses of tbe Canadian  contingent to date have been gi��eo  out as: Princess Pats, 30 officers i.nd  20B men;- othor divisions, 232 omn.irs  and 6034 men, a total of 6484.  Probably the most patrio'io tm'iio  today is that of Lewis. Ths '.''.i.r*  going to make up thi* name, taking  them in order backwards,, "S" str.nds  for Scotland; "I" for Irela.vl; "IV"  for Wales; "E" for England and "V  for the Kaiser.  The government purchaser* of h.'.ra-  os wero in town last Friday and Saturday and quite a number of good animals were turned over to them.  amounting to something over lorty  head. Prioe* were only very moderate  however, from 096 to 0175. Iks horses were shipped on Monday. 'He  party comprised Mr. 11. S, Mioholl, of  Calgary, buyer; Di. Henderson, ol  Vancouver, veterinary inspector, eud  Mr. Young, Armstrong, clerk.  Tho local Oddfellows' held their'annual ohuroh parade Sunday last, ��  large gathering attending service in  the morning at the Preebytcrian  church. The Rebekah Lodge also joined in the parade. A special musical  service had been arranged for the occasion whioh included several anthems  by the ohoir, solo by Misa Duthie, a  duet by Mrs. J. N. Thompson nnil  Mrs. J. M. Harvey, anh violin holt  by Mr. Drury Pryoe. The preacher  was the Rev. A. Dunn.  Eight German submarines have been  destroyed by British mines and trap*  in the English Channel siaoe April 33,  when the British Admiralty by o.Ciial  order suspended all trade and passenger traffic with the Netherlands, ''he  German craft were decoyed to their  doom by the retirement of the British  fleet from the North Sea into the  Channol. This plan to trap the <<��r-  man undersea boats was the real cause  for tho suspension of sea intercourse  with, the Dutoh ports.  WANTED.- PoU-Angus or Short-horn  bull' calf, exohange for heifer. Also  gramaphone cheap. Apply 0, J.  1   Smith, Wilson Landing. 34p  ..,,^..^B^A,;'j,,,^iB.t  fcia^ a Ajsb> ..-.., sasssssxasaxsssssaxesa.sjSMS.  PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915  KELOlBiNH RECORD  Publiifaed nvy Thurtdmy at Kdowna.  BritiA Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  subscription -jutes  11,50   per    yoar;    7So���    ��lx   tnonlhs.   United  SUt��i 60 cent! additional.  All Bubicrlptiom imvubte Id advance  Subscribe" at the regular rate can have  extra papen mailed to friends at a dinti.i.co  tit  HALF  KATE,  i.e., 75  centa per vear.  This speciul priviloire la granti-H lur thu  p��riK)HQ of atlvertisint; tee citv nnd district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC., 25 cents ner column Inch par week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 davs. 15:  60 'lavs |7.  WATER  NOTICES-I0  for live tnaertiona.  l.KOAI.   ADVEnTIHINQ-Flrst    inaertioa.    12  centa  per  line;  each  subsequent  Inaertion, 8  cents psr  line.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  per  word    first  insertion,   1  oent  per  word  each subsequent Insertion.  DISPLAY   ADVERTISEMENTS-Two  inohes  and  under, 50 cents per inch first Insertion  over  two Inohes 40  centa per inoh first   inaertion;    20  centa  por  Inch  each aubsequent  insertion.  All chanties in contract ndvertiaements must  lis in the bandit of the printer by Tuesday  evening to enxure publication in the next  issue.  Red Cross "Sock Days,"  May 23rd and 241h  Communications  Market Conditions and  Prospects for 1915  The Canadian liuil Gross fcjooloty  through tho head office in Toronto,  Inaugurated a "Sock Dny" Ior /jiril  L'liih, hut iirj tho branch in thm province did not receive the notification  in timo to observe thut clay, t'u1 executive of the Vancouver Society felt  that the suggestion was too valuable  (o ditmiiss unci decided to hold their  "Sock Dny" for British Columbia on  Knipirc and Viotoria Days, May JUrd  and 24th.  On theso days, ovory man, woman  nnd child in B, 0,, will have nn (tppot  t unity to give one, or as many pairs  of flocks ns he or hIio win lien, nnd it  is hoped that the last great western  province will be the first in its geneV*  osity.  British Columbia has ttjspQudod nobly to tho I'.mpiro's call for urn. and  it is not too much to ox poet that  those who remain at homo will respond as nobly to the appeal [or tho  soldiers who nre fighting their hnltles.  Canada today is thrilling with just  pride nt the reports coming from tho  battlefield in Flanders ond site is conscious of the fact that hor none hnvo  proved to tho world that UlOy too  are British nnd can and Will    lyhold  the traditions of the Empire. They  havo proved worthy of thoir heritage.  The reports hnvo brought home to  Canada something moro than tho  nowB of the exploits of her gallant  sons. It has brought homo a realization pf tho great duty which falls  Upon tho Canadians. Canadians at  homo today hnvo as groat a duty to  perform as 'tho men who wear tho  King's uniform and aro fighting in  Flanders. Our soldiers have upheld  tho honor ut Cnnnda. and it remains  for thoso who cannot go to do their  part as nobly.  The casualty listB show cloai'ly how  great the need will bo. Many thousands of wounded mon will bo Carried  off tho battlefields ovory weok, and  Upon the lted ('loss Society devolves  the duty of caring for tho majority of  them.  Shall thoso mon want for nnything  that will save thoir lives or oaso thoir  pain? Shall tho men who have thus  far boen mercifully spared, lw denied  the contort of good woolhm socks?  Will Canadians allow those who have  fought so bravely to go without socks  and endure tho torture ol blistered  and bruised feet? These questions will  be nnd are being answered by the  offorts tho public is making to i ro-  vido whatever is necessary. Canadians in Canada will prove not loss  worthy of their heritage than h,��vo  their sons ut the front.  The Red Cross Society has estimated that 50,000 pairs ol socks will bt  necessary every week for tho men of  the Canadian contingent  in Franco.  One individual, or one city, -iannot  supply them, but individual effort,  multiplied be thousands will moot tho  need. If every mnn, woman and child  in B. C, will givo what thoy can,  "Sook Day" will he a wonderful (.uc-  cees.  For the sake of the soldiers the Itod  Cross Society is asking that every  one who can, will make or buy one  or more pairs of socks or donatohnlf  a pound of wool at the least, which  will be made up by the lted Cross  workers. Individuals .and societies are  asked to take up the movement and  push it forward. All contributions  should be mailed or brought to Messrs P. Bl WilHts k Co., or to Mrs. ��,.  F, tTames. preaident of the Kelowna  branch ol the Bed Cross Society, when  they will be lifted and packed ready  Calgary, May 3, 11)15.  An optimist always gets a hearing.  a pessimist ubuso, properly so, for  without optimism life would not bo  worth liviug. I am an optimist by  nature und also as a mutter oi pol  icy. At tho samo timo T try to soc  the difficulties in my path, meet them  and overcome thorn. Wo us fruit  growers havo muny difficulties t j meet  in 1915, und thoy aro serious ones,  uud may huve u depressing offect on  fruit and vegetable industries of 11. C.  On tho other hand wo hnvo many  advantageous features, our nearness to  our markets, a fair duty, and a sentiment among tho buying publio which  could bo further stimulated with profit  lo  ourselves.  Our difficulties nro mostly ot our  own making, or at least are tho result of our short sighted polioy. Our  different, marketing organizations have  all workod on tho principal of getting  tho goods out in the ono channel und  so eliminate the competitive soiling.  In doing this wo huve loul sight of  the fuct that it is tho consumer after  all who makes the prices, ' N'o combination can force tho publio to pay a  certain price. The public will puy only what it oan afford, no moro.   For  instance, a small amount of a oertain  fruit cun bo sold nt u good figure to  the few rich, or ones who can alToid  il; to mnrket n large quantity of U o  same article you will hnvo to take  the price the buying public can nli'oi .1  to pay. These an* facts wo must recognize, and should therefore do\ote  ourselves, not to try io fores the pi  Kc to pay n greater prioe then ll*  can afford, but to decreasing tlte tost  of  reaching     the buying public     wilh  with our fruit, beginning with package  packing, selling, etc.. Than if WO US'  sume, as was dono in l''i"i and i'.,; I  that one great marketing nssQ' i.itiun  could get us better res ills than - o  could by marketing il ourselves, WC  DQed not have gone to any h'en' c ;-  ponso in turning the stuff over to thut  company. It is possible, that this  great marketing association could give  greater distribution than any othur,  and thnt il was good business togivo  thorn the exclusive ngoncy, but were  thoy under any agreement to got M  good results us did any other? We  would naturally suppose if wo gave  thero exclusive, selling rights thoy on  thoir pari would guarantee results * ns  good as other shipping agencies. It  this wns done und our central nu)  local associations were run as icon.nu-  icully ns other nssnoiations, thon the  net results would be us good and if  they proved us good, thero would bo  no eXOUso for any grower not Iwing  affiliated with tho Central*  The large buyer always gets a little  liottor price than the small buyer. The  association having u large amount  of stuff to market, would got it marketed nt n smaller cost. A largo business can be conducted on u smaller  percentage cost than a small ono. If  it were not so thero would not be nny  large businesses. No business man  can dispute these facts. Tho oentral  hnd more thun twice tho stuff of its  nenrest competitor so should hnvo got  hotter results, bettor marketing ie ins  and run on smaller percentage cost,  netting their growers ua a result  more than nny competitor could do,  and in so doing would vory quickly  absurd the entire mnrkoting business.  The only way wo will wipe outstripping competition is by getting belter net results than can any other  company. As tar as wo can see now  there will Imj the same shipping ngor-  cies, with possibly a few small by  added, as in 1918 and Ittl I and pruo-  tocully the samo murkothig com-ei.io  who will compete against each other  in selling ns keenly aB last yeni, or  oven worso, and this on certain tow  market conditions will not permit vory  largo returns to growers. This |i nnds  pessimistic and 1 said 1 was un opti  mist and I will show iu my nest  week's letter (this bein,( sufficiently  long) that thoro is really a good fu-  turo for our fruit industry, but wo  must reduce the proeint eVOAllva Co it  and waste i n reaching the consumer  nnd wo can do thia hy using simple  business methods on a broad co-operative foundation,      Yours truly,  J.'W. WOOLSEY.  Corporation of  the City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  Notice is hereby -riven that thc first  sitting of tho annual Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing complaints against the usso-ism'tnt.P r the  yoar 1916 as made by ine \sw-ssor,  and for revising, equalizing und correcting the Assessment Roll (I tho  Citv of Kolowna and Colow.ia School  District, will be held in tin Cm noil  Chamber, Kolowna, on Wed'i<'duy,  May 19th, 1915, at ton o'clock in tho  forenoon.  All appeal*, stating frrouiiris of same  must bo made in writing *vd ci'lvdcd  to the Assessor at least ten dear  dayB before the first sitting of tho  Court of Revision.  Dnted at Kelowna, B. 0, I his Oth  dav of April, 1015.  C. H. DUNN,  21-4. City Clerk.  Corporation of  The City of Kelowna  TENDERS FOR IIAUUNCJ WOOD  Tenders will bo received by the undersigned, up to ten o'olook in the  forenoon on Monday 10th May, for  hauling cordwood bom tllonmore to  the City's power houso. Tho lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted.  (i. II. DUNN,  Kelowna, II. C City Clerk,  May 5th, 1015. 31  for the front.  Arnold Dennett writes that tho cull  on tho Red Cross Society during May  und dune "'will be terrific," and this  week's casualty lists go for to bear  out his statement. Any person who  is willing to work for the men nt tho  front along general Red Cross linos  may obtain information, pattern', etc.  by applying to the local branch of tho  Red Cross Society. There ia work for  every man, woman and ohild who will  answer to "the call of the Empire/'  STEAM KN'tilNKKH WAN 1VJ>  A steam engineer holding a third  class certificate for British Columbia  is required for the City's power house.  Applicants must give full particulars  of their qualifications und \eStinion*  ials, state salary required, nn 1 file  thoir applications with the undersigned prior to ton o'clock in the  forenoon on Monday,  10th .May. 1015.  Q, 11. DUNN  Kelowna, D. 0, City  ( It-rk.  Mny fith,  1015. '21  TENDERS FOR CORDWOOD  Tenders will lw received by the undersigned, up to ton o'clock in tho  foronoon on Monday, 10th May, for  supplying the city with a quantity  of cordwood. Snid wood must oc rut,  piled, nnd ready for hauling on or be-  foro duly Ifithj 1015.  Prices quoted to  cover delivery of the wood ut tho city  power house. (Ponderers to give fill  particulars of the wood thoy propose  to supply, und slate the number of  cords they can deliver. Tho lowest  or any lender not pecoasarily accepted.  Q, H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B. 0, City Clerk,  May 5th, 1015. 21  Corporation of  The City of Kelowna  Public notico is hereby givon thut,  hereafter, the Munioipal Council pf tlio  Corporation of tho City of Kolowna  will refuse to pay for services rendered  or goods supplied to them or their  employees, when tho number of the  oflicinl requisitions for such services or  goods aro not entered opposito the  severnl items on the bill for sumo when  rendered.  Tho snid Corporation hereby dis-  clnims any liability for goods supplied  or services rendered, when nn official  requisition covering same is not hold  by the vendor. All requisitions must  be signed by tho City Clork.  0, II. DUNN.  Kelowna, D. 0, City Clerk.  May 1st, 1015. 21-7  NOTICE  All accounts, nnd all professional tO-  counts, owing to the undersigned, nro  to be paid to Mr. II. (1. M. Wilson,  who is ompowored to collect, nnd to  givo receipts for same.  JAMBS GAUVIK McNAUUUTON  C.M.,M.R.C.,M.D.  MAUD MoNAUOHTON, Chi, M.l).  mm.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN  I, Lui Casorso, hereby givo Lotioe  that I will not be responsible. < Iter  this date, for anv dents ccntrt.ct'd in  my name by my wife or any other  person, without mv written n..)i<ulty,  LUI CASi>4lH0,  April 15th, 1915. 21 4  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuetday evening, at 6 p.m.,  at the residence of S. M, Go-a, Pattaraon A v.  Public invited.    Lending library.  The Poet Says:  " Beauty draws us bj a single hair "  This seems something  uf an exaggeration on  the part of the poet���  it at least does not apply to men and women  People to look their  best need hair; they  need nil they ever had.  If the hair begin* to go  it is time to use  Nyal's Hirsutone  Price 50c and $1  This preparation saves  the hair. It stimulate*  the hair bulbs, cleanses  the scalp, and promotes  new growth.  P. B. Willits & Co.  THE REXALL SI'ORE  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorleb8  when in  use  Sanitary nt  all times  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kclowna Agent  Oppotite Board of Trade Office  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  ST��AM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leave* Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leave* Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  Special purchase of  Men's Summer  Socks  3 pairs for 50c  on sale at the  B.C. Variety Syndicate  Th. Home of Bis; Values  W. B. PEASE.  Pr.aid.nt  S. M. GORE, Sec.  P.O. Bos 382  Oupcut  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to Tift WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUrACTURED IN WESTERN CANADA  BvthcClEIAND<D|dBL[[h,(��I  "I" i   LOOR   WORLD   HUH,  VAMLOUVlIT   �����*�����'�����.���.*"  A0BNTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  TO ARRIVE NEXT WEEK  Pure Eastern  ���������      i'  '   ��������������  Maple Syrup  This Syrup is the Pure Sap  of the maple tree boiled  down. It is not the kind  that goes through evaporating plants, but is direct from  a farmer who knows how  to make Pure Syrup  Book your order RIGHT NOW before  it is all sold.   Guaranteed to be the  best that ever came to this city  THESJWEOFPlmENp/  PHONE 35 PHONE 35    <  FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON MONTHLY ACCOUNTS ,  I Want to Say   *  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Good*, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leather���including Harneaa, Boota  and Shoe*, Grip*, Legging*, Bella, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Next-door to 25c Store  347  This Week  Special Display of Wash Goods in the newest designs  and weaves, from  1 5c tO 50c yd.  Chili  ren s  Wash Dresses  We have now a large  assortment of Children'*  Wash Drene* in the  ���marte.t and lateat atylea  From  $1.25 to $3.75  Boys* Wash Suits  Made of White  Indian Head,  trimmed Blue and Red <fc ]  95  Alao a special suit of Striped  Gingham for boya from 2 to 6  -���������"   -       - $1.50  Rompers  Made in Fine Navy Liale, trimmed red      ...      .   50c  Childress Jersey  of Fine  Navy  Liale,  trimmed  red      ....   50c  Children'* Navy Lustre Bathing  Suitaat    -      -      -$175  Bathing Suits  We have aome amart  Bathing Suits for ladies,  made of Navy & Brown  Luatre and trimmed with  fancy collar and tie  $2.95  JERMAN HUNT  Dry Goods Store  Kelowna THlJRSDAV, MAY 6, 1918  KEtOWNA   RECORD  PiXMTHWCJ"  THE SOLDIER'S ! OOTWEAR  Since the time when the brunt  of battles was first borne by infan  try, leading mililarv authorities  have subscribed to the proposition  that " ability to march" was the  firat requisite of the foot soldier  and with the closer study of the  psychology of war and the effect  on the individual mind of the manifold conditions affecting the aer-  ' vice, has come a realization that  ability to march was by no mean*  entirely dependent on the stamina  and training of troops, but depended primarily on the type of footwear issued and the securing of a  proper fit in each individual case.  It ia thua that the humble and oft  time despised shoe may be even  now deciding the fate of battles  and the destiny ot nations.  The great Napoleon recognized  the importance of the shoe, and  offered liberal rewards to any who  should improve the type of footgear supplied the soldiers, or invent machinery that would increase  the supply, but without result.  The "Iron Duke" Wellington  asked what, in hia opinion, waa of  first importance in the equipment  of the soldier, replied, "First, a  good, serviceable pair of shoes;  second, another good pair of shoes;  and third, a pair of half soles."  He designed the boot which bore  his name and which was adopted  and worn in the British army for  many years.  'Although paying a heavy toll in  the matter of lives, Anglo-French  landing forcea in the Dardanelles  are progressing steadily and driving  the Turks back with heavy losses,  according to official announcement.  DO YOU KNOW?    .  That if you start with the almost  insignificant sum of ore cent, and  double your money every dav for  only one month (thirty days) you  will then have more than five million dollars I  Here are the actual figures:  First day   0.01  Second  0 02  Third  0 04  Fourth       0.08  Fifth          V, 0 16  Sixth   .'.. ,  0.32  Seventh   0.04  Eighth   1.28  Ninth   2.56  Tenth   K.J2  Eleventh ..'    10.24  Twelfth   20.18  Thirteenth   40.00  Fourteenth   81 ''2  Fifteenth     *   103.M  Sixteenth      327.68  Seventeenth        656.I>6  Eighteenth       l,:il<>.72  Nineteenth       2,621.44  Twentieth       5,212.88  Twenly-<lrst      10,��W5 78  Twenty-ieoond     20.071.52  Twenty-third    41913.1,4  Twenty-fourth     83.886.01  Twenty-fifth 167,772.11)  Twenty-sixth A 335,514.84  Twenty-seventh 67I,'IKS.6I  Twenty-eighth .  1,824.177:98  Twonty-ninth 2,6S 1,351 86  Thirtieth 5,369,709.12   o   A large number of Germnra  have been sent up from the coast  for internment at Vernon. This  step has been taken partly owing  lo the recent disturbancea in which  the Germane celebrated German  successes and losaea to Canadian*.  Amusements  THE MASTER KEY  The new big Universal Serial  Photo-play "The Master Key," the  opening chapters of which will be  presented at the opera house tomorrow [Friday] has met with unparalleled success everywhere it  has been shown. It is different in  style and conception of plot to any  other photo-play aerial yet produced, and is the most genuinely absorbing play yet ��een on the picture screen. It will grip you, fascinate you and thrill you. It is a photo-play that will provide good and  wholesome entertainment for the  entire family.  On Friday the first twt hundred  patrona entering the opera house  will be presented with a beautiful  stamp album. On the inside of lhe  front cover is printed an introduction to the play and spaces for the  art photo stamps of the author and  principal players, Bob Leonard and  Ella Hall with short biographical  sketche*. The album contains a  page for each of the fifteen episode* of the story.. On each page  is'printed a striking design with  space for four stamps and the heading "The Master Key, episode No.  ���." The stamps will be given to  patrons free each week .as the current episode i* shown. The stamps  illustrate lhe most striking scenes  and give a short synopsis of each  episode. In this way patrons will  have an excellent opportunity to  preserve a beautiful souvenir of the  finest serial photo-play ever produced.  1915 FOLLIES  A   musical   com-dy   company,  playing under (lie title of 1915  Follies, will present a novel and  unique musical entertainment at  the Opera House on Wednesday,  May I9th. The company comes  highly recommended and offer* a  refined entertainment that will be  f ure to meet the approbation of  Opera House patrons.   They have  just terminated a seven weeks engagement at the Imperial Theatre  at Vancouver ; four weeks at the  Royal Victoria Theatre, Victoria  and a two weeks tot:r of Vancouver Island and have now commenced an extensive tour on their  return east, the trip to include the  Okanagan.    Mr. B. C.   Hilliam, di  rector and producer of the show  and whose compositions on topical  subjects at the piano have nightly  packed the above theatres, is a  host in himself and is supported  by a strong company. Further  particulars and full announcement  will be made in next week'a paper.  FRIDAY, MAY 7th, 1915  AT THE KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  THE,MASTER KJEY  kyJOHJEJfL.EM I NG Wf LSSfr?  I^y^Jtor:y cr/ic/  fcotr\ctncat  Don't miss the start of the Universal'* greatest aerial. The first 200 patrons entering the  Opera House to-morrow (Friday) will be presented with a beautiful Master Key Poster Stamp  A bum with stamps of Robert Leonard, Ella Hall and John Fleming Wilson. Eveiy Friday  a set of four artistic   stamps   showing  scenes  from the current episodes will be given away  TUESDAY, MAY 11th  Charles Chaplin  The Funniest man in pictures, in a Special Comedy Program, entitled  "His New Job*'  Usual Prices - 10c and 20c  Shows Daily at 3.15, 7.15 and 9  GREAT SAVINGS FOR PEOPLE  While the stock lasts at our Sensational Closing-Out Sale  READ THE PRICES WHICH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES  Dry Goods Dept  200 Pairs Ladies' Best Lisle Thread Gloves, colors White,  Tan, Greys, Blacks, reg. 35c and 40c.    Sale price 25c  50 dozen Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, summer weight, reg.  35c and 40c quality.   Saleprice  25c per pair  35 dozen Ladies' Cotton Hose, colors White, Tan and Black,  guaranteed fast dyed, reg. 30c quality. Sale price 2 pra. 45c  1200 yda. Gingham, reg. 15c and 16c qualities.    Sale price  12Jc per yard  10 dozen Ladies' Corset Covers, lace trimmed, aizea 32 to  42.*  Special���Sale price 25c  500 yds. Apron Gingham, 39 ins. wide, regular 18c and 20c  quality.    Saleprice '.. .13c yd.  900 yds. best English print (fast dyes), reg. 15c and   18c  quality.   Saleprice 12Jcyard  50 dozen Pillow Slips, reg. 20c.   Sale price 15c  100 dozen Coates' Thread, White and Black. No.'a 10, 12,  16. 24, 30.   Half price 30c doz.  50 dozen Papers Pins, reg. 5 c.   Sale price 2 for 5c  4 dozen White Bed Spreads, full size, reg. $1.75.   Sale  price $1.25  RAE'S  Selling Out  ���OF���  Boot and Shoe Dept.  Men's Gunmetal and Box Calf  Boots, in all sizes, reg.  $4.50and $5. Saleprice $3.25  Men'a Vici Kid Boots, reg. $3.50 and $4. Sale price.. $3.25  Men'a High Cut Boots, reg. $5 and $5.50. Sale price $3.50  Men's Strathcona Horse, high cut, reg. $9.50. Sale... $5.95  Men's Cowhide Boots in odd sizes, reg. $2.50 and $3 $1.25  Men'* Engli��h Boot*, reg. $7.    Saleprice  $4.95  Men'a fine Box Calf, reg. $5 and $5.50, now   $3.95  Men'a Cushion Sole Boot*, reg. $6.50 and $7.   Sale... $4.95  Little Boy* Boots, sizes 8 to I I, reg. $2.50.    Sale   $1.65  Box Calf Boots, sizes II, 12, 13 and I, reg. $2.50 and $3, and  Boys' Heavy Grain School  Shoes,  Leckie's  mike.  reg.  $3.50 (sizes I to 3).   Saleprice  $2.65  Boys'fine Box Calf  Boots, sizes I to 5. reg. $3.50  $2.50  Little Gents'Boots in all sizes, reg. $2,75. Sale price $1.95  Men's Walk-Overs, in Black  or Tan, fow  shoes, reg.  $6.50 Saleprice  $3.95  Men's  Box  Calf  Low Shoes,  Goodyear  welts,  reg.  $5.25. Sale price  $3.50.  Men'a Slippers, reg. $1.50 and $1.75.    Saleprice   $1.00  Men'a Pullman Slippers, reg. $2.50.   Saleprice   $1.65  75 pair* Ladies' Pumps, Tans and Blacks, reg. $3.50 and $4  Sale price $2.45  50 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, Tans and   Blacks, reg. $3.50 and  $4.   Saleprice $2.45  60  pairs Ladies'  Walk-Over  Boots, reg. $5, $5.50 and $6.  Sale price ; $2.50  9 pair* Ladies' High Rubber Boots, reg. $3.50, for $2.25  100 pair* Ladies' fine Vici Kid and Box Calf Boots, or Patent  Leather, reg. $5 and $5.50. Sale price $3.4  50  pair*  Lidiea' One-strap  Slippers, low  heel, comfottable  laat, reg. $2.50.   Sale price  $1.50  50 pair* Children's Box Calf Boots, reg. $2.25, Sale price $ 1.50  50 pah* Children'* Dongola  Button   Boot",  reg. $1.50  and  $1.75.   Saleprice $1.10  Ladie'a Dancing Slipper*, reg. $4  and $4.50, beat English  make*.   Sale prices ' $2.50 and $2.75  Reg. 25c Poliahe* 5c  Two-in-One Polish  5c  Nugget Polish 5c  Don't linger if you want good boots at Low Prices aa  .the stock ia getting amall.  Men's Furnishings  UNDERWEAR  Men's Summer Underwear,  reg. 65c.   Sale  35c  Men's Fine Mesh Underwear, reg. 75c.     Sale  45c  Men's  Natural   Wool, medium weight and light weight, reg.  $1.25 and $1.50.    Sale    95c  Men's Light Wool   in  summer weights, the very finest make,  reg. $2.   Sale   $1.25  Men's Silk and Wool, in Penman's Ellis' and Turnbull's, reg.  $2.50.  Sale  $1.50  SHIRTS  Men's Fine Outing  Sliirts, reg. $1.50.   Sale   Men's Working Shirts, reg. $ I and   $1.25.    Sale   Men's Ceylon Flannel Shirts, reg. $1 and $1.25. Sale.  Men's Silk and Wool Shirts, reg. $4 and $4.50, Sale..  Men's English Flannel, reg. $4.    Sale   . 95c  .. 75c  . 75c  $2.25  $2.50  $1.75  .. 75c  The Richmond Stock at Kelowna  Bought from the Assignee at a Low Rate on the Dollar  Men's Hickory Shirts, reg.  $2.50.   Sale   Men's Fine Dress Shirts, reg. $1.50.   Sale    HOSE  Men's Hose in great variety, at, per pair    15c  Men's Silk and Lisle thread, reg. 50c and 60c, per pair 35c  Men's Fine Cashmere Hose, reg. 35c and 40c, per pair.. 25c  Men's Fine Llama, reg. 50c pair, 3 pairs for   $|  Men'a Cotton Sox, 3 pairs for  25c  HATS  10 doz. Men'a Summer Hats, in light weight and colors, reg.  $2.50.   Saleprice ,... 95c  Mi-n's Working Straw Hats, reg. 25c.   Saleprice   10c  Men's Canvas Hat*, reg. 75c end 90c.   Sale price    50c  Men's Panama Hats, reg. $8.50.    Sale price  $5.50   reg. $6.50  $4.50   reg. $5.00  $3.50  John B. Stetson Hats, reg. $4.50.   Sale price  $2.65  Men's Fine Imported Hats, reg. $3.50.   Sale price ... $1.95  MISCELLANEOUS  Men's Braces, reg. 50c and 60c.    Sale price   35c  Men'a Braces, reg. 35c and 40c.   Sale  25c  Men's Outing and Tennis Pants, reg. $1.75.   Saleprice... $|  Men's Flannel Pants.    Sale price One-third off regular  Men's Suits in lines at p  Half-Price  Men'a Blue Worsted Suits at One-third off  Men's Pants in Dark Colors and Light Homespuns���  Reg. $3.50 ;   Ssle price   $2.50  Reg.$4.00;   Saleprice.,     $3.00  Reg. $5.00;   Saleprice $3.50  Reg. $6.50;   Saleprice     $4.95  Men's While Overalls and Jumpers, reg. 75c,   Sal*   45c  Men's good Working Coat* and Jumper*, reg. $1.50   95c  Mem*a Best Overalls, reg. $1.50.   Saleprice   $1.15 PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THTJBSDAY, MAY 6,1815  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated T904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  BUcksmithing done.     Weighbridge.     Osts crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, fcc, lor Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Mensger or Ranch Office.   Phone 2202; P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  City Office :  9 to 12;  1.30 to 3 throughout the week.  Ranch Office : 9 to 12;  I to 3.30, excepting Thursday, closing ot 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 580  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Arc now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harneas, Boot*  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, Arc.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  W1SoWNAET Next door to 25c Store Phone  -  347  "mitfteil  "MADE IN CANADA"  Ford Touring Car  Price $590  Your neighbor drive* a Ford���why don't  you? We are selling more Fords in  Canada this year than ever before���  because Canadians demand the best in  motor car service at the lowest possible  cost. The " Made in Canada " Ford ia  a necessity���not a luxury.  Runabout $540; Town Car price on application.  All Ford cars are fully equipped including  electric headlights. No cars sold unequipped.  Buyers of Ford cars will share in our profits if  we sell 30,000 cars between August I, 1914,  and August I, 1915.  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA, B.C.  Mr. Clarence Jones returned to  the city this week from Toronto,  where he has been attending  col-  ege.  Mrs L. McKilican returned to the  city last week to join her husband  and they have take up their residence on Glenn avenue.  The baseball game between the  Public school and Ellison at the  park last Saturday resulted in a one  sided victory for the latter team by  the score of 30 to 6.  At the kind invitation of Miss  Millar, matron at the hospital, the  Country Girls' Hospital Aid Socie  ty will hold its monthly meeting at  the hospital on Saturday, May Sth  at 3 p.m. All members are urgently requested to be present.  Two Benvoulin Residents  Pass Away this Week  Mr. Wm. Harvey left by this! Mrs. R. A. Copeland will receive  morning's boat on hi* way to the on Friday, May 14th for the last  Panama-Pacific Exposition. time this season  Mrs. R. F. Morrison will not receive on Wednesday, May 12th nor  again this season.  Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Taylor returned Monday from their honeymoon tour through California and  the exhibition.  A business meeting of the Benevolent Society will be held next  Monday at 3.30 in the English  :hurch mission hall.  The Rev. A, Evana will conduct  the services next Sunday at the  Baptist church and will speak on  "A Petulant Wish" in the morning  and "Seeking and Seeing" in the  evening.  Messrs. Geo. F. and Claude H.  James received a cable last night  stating that their brother Lieut. D.  A. James, of the Border Regiment  eas been killed in action at the  Dardanelles.  Deprived of the services of their  regular pitcher, W. Pearee the Rutland team dropped their first game  of the season in the Schools Baseball League on Saturday afternoon  last to the High school by a score  of 30 to 6.  Lieut, Geoffrey Holman, a cousin  ol Douglas Priestley of the K.L.O.  Bench, was killed in action in  France last Friday. Lieut. Holman  who served in India for two years  was in the Shropshire Light Infantry.  Messrs. J. Phillips, S. Hill, W.  Ehmke and R. Horrex of Armstrong passed through town this  week on their way by car to the  exhibition at San Francisco.  Messrs. W. F. Hayden and F. F.  Smith of Kamloops accompanied  by Mr. J. E. Miller of Victoria, Inspector of Inland Revenue, went  over by the ferry on Tuesday on  their way to Keremeos.  The annual meeting of the Women's Christian 1 emperance Union  will be held on Tueaday, May 11 th  at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Reekie. A report will be given of the  district convention now in session  at Armstrong.  The services in the Methodiat  church on the Sabbath will be conducted by the Rev. A. Henderaon,  former pastor of the Methodist  church here. The pastor, Rev. J.  C. Switzer will conduct the Missionary Anniversary Services at  Peachland.  The chief of police has been in  structed to take proceeeings after  Monday next again*! any dog owners who have failed to take out the  necessary licence, and the pound-  keeper will seize all dogs not bearing tags and will dispose of them  according to the by-law.  Dr. and Mrs. McNaughton left  this morning for the coast on their  way to the Guilbert Islands, a group  in the southern Pacific. The reason  for this unexpected exit and unusual destination waa a cablegram  announcing their appointment under the British Government to take  charge of the medical station there,  and requiring them to leave for  their new post immediately. Dr.  McNaughton and his wife Dr.  Maud .McNaughton, for both are  fully qualified physicians, have  built up a considerable practice  during their five year*' residence  in Kelowna, and besides have  made many close personal friends  and the best of good wishes will  follow them to their new home.  Dr. Boyce is to take over their  practice.  Good Templars Elect  and Install Officers  On Tueaday evening. May 4th, the  International Order of Good Temp,  lara held their quarterly election  and installation of officers as  follows:  G.L.D.-W. S. Fuller.  C.T. Geo. Thomlinson.  V.T.- Miss Hilda Ellis.  P.C.T.- W. B. Pearaon.  S.J.W.- Mrs. H. W. Swerdfager.  Secy. - Thomaa Pitt.  A.S.- Jennie Ritchie.  F.S.- W. Bouvette.  T.- Geo. E. Thompson,  M.- R. Bouvette.  D.M.- Miss F. Lancaster.  C- Arthur Welch.  C- Robert Taylor.  S.- T.Ellis. .  O,- Mrs.W.B. Pearson.  THOMAS CHISHOLM SCOTT  There died last Sunday at Ben  voulin an interesting old reaident  in the person of Thomas Chiaholm  Scolt, father of Mr. W. A. Scott, a  well known rancher of the district.  Deceased, who had reached the  ripe old age of 83, had had a most  interesting career, and might wel  be numbered amongst those  staunch old pioneers whose industry has laid the foundations of  the Dominion.  It-is over sixty years ago since  Thomas Chisholm Scott, then an  enterprizing young fellow iu his  early twenties left his home in  Scotland to try his fortunes in the  then little known land of Canada  He settled first at Ayr, Ontario, and  worked for twenty years at hia  trade as carpenter. Then he moved further west to try hi* hand on  the golden prairies. He took up  land near Emeraon, Manitoba, and  farmed successfully for thirty years,  After some ten years in Manitoba  hia wife died leaving him with the  care of a large family. Ten years  ago he moved with his son Walter  into the Kelowna district, seeking  a well earned rest away from the  rigota of the prairie winters. About  a month ago he contracted a aevere  cold which eventually caused his  death. He waa a lifelong member  of the Presbyterian church and waa  always a good farmer and a good  neighbor.  He leaves behind him six daugh,  ters, five of whom are in Canada  and one in Duluth, Minn., and one  son. Two brothera also aurvive  him, one in Ayr, Ontario, and one  bock in Scotland.  Mr. W. A. Scott left on Monday  with the remains for interment at  Emerson.  PHILIP S. PEARCE  On the morning of May 3rd,  1915, there passed away one of the  most highlv-respected citizens of  the Benvoulin district, Mr. Philip  S. Pearee, after a few weeks illness.  A very large number attended  the funeral from hia home on Tuesday, May 4th, the service in the,  home being conducted by Rev  J. C. Switzer, his pastor, and Rev'  W. T. Beattie, of Benvoulin Prea"  byterian Church. In their brief ai  dresses they both spoke of the  sterling character of the deceased,  and the very high esteem in which  he was he d by the people, and  hia aplendid patience during hia  suffering.  Mr. Pearee was born in the town  of Wellington, P. E. County, Ont.  53 years ago, and after hia marriage moved to Smithfield, Northumberland County, and five yeara  ago came to Kelowna. He joined  the Methodist church about 28  yeara ago of which he has been a  most consistent member ever since.  He leavea to mourn hia loss, his  widow and son Wilfrid living at  Benvoulin, and one daughter, Mrs.  Snider, of Smithfield, Ontario. The  family have the sympathy of the  entire community.  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. P. S. Pearee desires to  thank her friends and neighbours  for their grest kindness and sympathy manifested in thought and  deed during Mr. Pearee'* recent  illness and demise.  SPRING GOODS  For the Farm and Garden  The Spring weather will soon be on us and  every Farmer should get his equipment  ready to take advantage of an early start.  John Deere Plows, Spring  Tooth and Disk Harrows,  Lever and Diamond Harrows  Comb Seeders & Cultivators  FARM SEEDS  Timothy, Clover and Alfalfa  POULTRY SUPPLIES  Pratts Reliable Poultry Food  Baby Chick Food (Specially for young  chicks); Poultry Regulator, Lice   Killer,  Roup Tablets, Etc., Etc.  W. R. Glenn & Son  Pendozi st. & Lawrence Avenue - KELOWNA  PHONE 150  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Crockery, China & Glassware  Direct from, the potteries of England to you  White & Gold China Cups and Saucers       - $2.10 doz.  Blue-band ot Gold China Cups and Saucers ��� $3.50 doz*  Willow Pattern         > $3.25 doz.  Th* regular price of these is $4,50 pet dm.  Tea Set* and Dinner Sets made up to suit customer from  open stock patterns.  The largest stock of Crockery in Kelowna sold at a minimum  profit.   In many lints our prices an lower than mail ordsr houses.  A. E. COX  Water Street  "Kelowna Record" Office  The place to take the job you vant' Printed Nicely' ^m^mjmm  THTJBSDAY, HAY 6, 1015  KELOWNA   RECORD  �����    PROFESSIONAL AND   "  *���      BUSINESS CARDS     '**  BURNE > TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, s B.C,  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Wlllit's Bloch   ���   Kolomna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member ol tke B.C. Society of AicUucte  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Box, 509  C. Hunoy. BA, Sc, CE, D.LS, BXXS,  CHARLES  HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowha.   B.C.  Phone 147. P.O. Bo* 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD  BOYD  has resumed his reselling cUsm. *nd will  receive pupils a* before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowns.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL. ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Clell and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceyor  Surveys end Report" SS ,"iKAm ^��A*  Application, lor Water Licensee  KELOWNA, B.C.  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P.O. So. is* �����*�������� ss  Comer Peneoii Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS    .,,  CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications P��P��F��d  and estimates given for pubhcBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W; THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill University)  GLENN AVENUE  Residence  be hit ��t the office of  Messrs. Rat-anbury tt Willi*'  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Rernard Avenue  White Wyandottes &  Buff Orpingtons  BARRON STRAIN  Eggt for Hatching from the  above strains  $ 1.25 for 12 - unfertile*repla***! one*  or  $ 1.25 ,,15- "nlertilee not replaced  $150 ", 50   $6.00 ��� 100-     ���-  A. W. COOKE  . -   Imoalia  Box 66), Kelowna  A8TEOLOGICALLY SPEAKING  The 13t�� and 14th ars the best tluys  in the ooming week for sowing or for  planting, and the earlier in the mon.-  ing the greater will ba the ohanees for  suooess.  Jupiter is said to rule over weather  conditions from March 31st to .luly  30th, and this being so, rain nnd  stormy weather may be expeoted cn  the 19th. Good stable growing leather from the 13th to 16th when there  ia likely to bs more rah. The nigh*  of the 16th is likely to bo very oo!d  or frosty.  The moon being in parallel to the  sun about 10.30 a.m. on tho 12th  should make this a .rood day for  business collections, eto., but. the afternoon of the same day ia less favorable.  A conjunction of War* and Venus at  about midnight on the lStn imlioates  danger of extravagance nnd rnsunoss  in matters conneeted with pleasure or  sooiety.  Art old saying among aBtrologeis  is that "a matter whioh oue desires  to keep secret should be transait��l  within eight hours before cr after  new moon, while anything which one  wishes, to hav* muoh advertised or  noised abroad should oe fione within  the same distanoe of the full moon."  This is quoted from an old astrological work and may be taken for wuat  it is worth.���Hrs. Gore.  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberts, th* Yukon Territory, the Nm! to-  west Territories, and in a oortlos of  ths Provinos of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term ol iweity-un*  year* at an annual rental of tl an  acre. Not more than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application* -for th* lease must be  mad* by th* applicant in person to  tha Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in whioh th* right* applied for aro  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed bv Motion*, or legal sub  division* of section*, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the traot applied lor  ���hall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh application must be aoootn-  panied by ��� fe* of to which will be  refunded il the rights applied for  ar* not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of th* mine at the  rat* of five osnt* per ton.  Th* person operating tb* min* shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for th* full quantity oi  merchantable ooal mined and pay th*  royalty therson. It the ooal raining  rights an not being operated, 111011  return* shall be furnished at bast  one* a war.  Tb* lease will inolude the ooal mining rights only, but ths lea*** may  ba permitUd to purchase whatever  available aurfaoe right* may ba considered neoessary for the working of  th* min* at the rat* of 110 an sore.  For full information apnlioation  ahould be made to th* secretary of  th* Department ot the Interior, Ottawa, or to th* Agent or Sub-Ag*ut  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid tor.  ICE  Delivered to any part of the  city.   Apply to  H. B. Burtch  Phone 180  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Meier  General Jobbing  Furniture Repair*  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opposes lhe Burbank MotorCI*SS**  SPIBELLA CORSETS  Mr*. J. H. Davies will be at Mr  Math!*'* (over tailor shop, Pendos  ���treat between the hour* >l 330 snd  6.90 p.m. Saturday of eaoh week to meet  ladles wishing to order oorstts. P. 0.  Boi KM, Kalowna. DHL  School Reports for April  KELOWNA PUBLIC '"CHOOL .  HONOR ROLL  Div. I.���Russell Leckie, Opal iThoiiip-  son, Robert Dykes.  Div. Il.-Charlie Stuart, Dorothea  Buok, Lloyd Day.  Div. III.-Flora Ball, Nellie Jones,  Willie Andrews.  Div. IV.���Bessie jHaug, Kdna Wynn,  Vivian Walkem.  Dv. V.-Jack Parkinson and Teuy  North, equal; Dorothy Graham nnd  Prank Wynn, equal.  Div. VI.-Mary MoMaster. IJoWard  Leathley, Hugh MoKenzie.  Div. VH.-Charlie Richarls, Audrey  Knox, Lawrenoe Morrison.  Div. Vin.-Lily Hoare nnd l*eroy  Andrews, Maude Kincaid nnd A Hen  Clement, equal.  Div. IX.-Franoes Treadgold and  Jim Chan, equal; John Williams and  Frances Trench, equal.  Div. X.���Robert Ennis, Helen Campbell, Winnie Craze.  BLACK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL  First Division  Senior IV.-Millie Ford", Bails McDonald, Alma Wilson.  Class IV.���Ray EHiott, Billy Plowman, Earl Hardie.  Senior III.���Leslie Richards, Aunie  Wilsan, Alma Mugford.  Class III. -Mary Woolsey, Evelyn  Sproul, Evaloen Harrison.  Monthly Weather Report  Compiled bv Oi R. Binger, observer.  APRIL  Temperature  D��te                                     Max. Min.  April   1   52 44  "    2   ���  61 44  "    3  68 42  "    4   67 41  "    5   66 33  "    ��  .       60 32  "    7   63 42  "    8    M 39  "    9   57 36  "   10   5S 34  "   U  ;  63 43  "   12    66 41  "   13   60 48  "   M   88 33  "   16   64 - "2  "   16   64 37  "   17   72 42  "   18   66 39  *   19   69 40  "  20   62 45  "  21   56 41  ;."  23   60 31  " 23   611 m  "  34   62 43  "   36   67 38  "  36   66 43  "  37   63 46  "   38   64 39  "   39   68 50  "  30   48 40  RAINFALL  Total precipitation lor month .70  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Rutland News  (from our owm Corrospondsnt.)  Mr. H. O. Riggs conducted service in Mount View church last  Sunday.  The election of the officer* of the  Epworth League took place last  week, when the following officers  were elec ed : Pres. Miss Ray ; Ist  Vice, Rev. Gordon Tanner; 2nd  Vice, Miss Ida Fleming; 3rd Vice,  Mis* Annie Cay ; 4th Vice, Mr. E.  Schofield ; Sec.-Trras., Mr. Arthur  Cray; Organist, Miss Aid a Mc  Donald.  A combined meeting of tbe  Bible Class and Sunday-School  Board was held last Monday night  when the following officers were  elected : Bible Class-Pre*., Mr. D.  Hartley ; V. Pre... Mr.-W. H. Ford;  Sec, Mr. J, Craig; Trea*., Mr. A.  Gray ; Teacher, Rev. Gordon Tanner. Sunday - School - Supt., Mr.  Mugford (re-elected); Aut. Supt.,  Everitt Fleming; Sec, Mia* Edith  3 ay.  Under the auspice* of the Rutland Presbyterian church, a aplendid concert will be given in the  assembly room of the new school  on the evening of Tuesday, May  11 th commencing at 8 p.m, by the  member* of Knox church choir,  Kelowna, assisted by Mr. Drury  Pryce. The programme so recently and ably rendered by the choir  at their second annual concerts will  be repeated on this occssion. Do  not miss this treat in store on  Tuesday evening  next at 8  p.m.  Society  It is not generally known that the  great Shakespere bore a part in  the representation of his own plays  or that the part of " The Ghost." in  Hamlet was particularly mentioned  as being played by him, but such  is the case, aa waa learned by a  good number of young people who  attended the B. Y. P. S. on Monday  night when the aubject wa* " Selection* from Shakespere." The programme was in charge of Miss F.  Duggan who opened by reading a  ahort paper on the life of England's  greatest poet who, of all modern  and perhaps ancient poets, had the  largest and moat comprehensive  soul, coupled with an unexcelled  power of expressing in simple language the lofty thoughts of hia in  most being.  Some selections (torn Shakespere  (i ere then read, " Henry Vl.'s Ap  peal to His Soldiers Before Agin-  court," by Miss L. Evans; " Benedict in Love," Miss Wilson ; " The  Seven Ages of Man " and " The  Fool in the Fore��r,'*Mr��. H. Jenkins.  A brief discussion closed an enjoyable evening. Next week will  be Temperance Evening.  A CHAPLIN COMEDY  A riot of fun is said to describe  the Charles Chaplin comedy " His  New Job " which is to be shown  at the Opera House on Tuesday.  The Chaplin comedies are drawing  record breaking crowds in the big  city theatres all over the country  and are reported to be exceptionally good. Manager Duncan has  booked a series of these pictures  to be shown at the Opera House.  HORSE RACING AGAIN IN VOGUE  This year unusual interest is being shown in  side and tha trainers are preparing their mounts  l��rgo purse*. '  racing   on   the Americnn  for the big events     and  PAGE FIVE  SS.SSSSBSSSSSSB  Linoleums and  Carpets  We have a aplendid stock of Choice Deaigna  in Floor Coverings and would like you to  call and look them over.   Nothing  will help your Spring Cleaning  more than to replace that  old,  worn-out  carpet  with a new one  Kelowna Furniture Co.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 17.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by using nickeilcd steel in  If-ClaryS  Kootenay  ^ilfttldiS oven*" attracrs and h��ras the  ��� >g**jr heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McGlary dealer. ���  MADE IN CANADA  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to tha new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who tell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha fact ia alao emphasized that all butter  in auch packages must  be of the full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of tame a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence it imposed. Whey butter  mutt be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains it> label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product*  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100PAP?NRctS���c$1.50  200  500  1000  �����  $2.00  $2.75  $3.75  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is ihe best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  Kelowna Record PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 6, ]9H  If you like the girl and she likes you,  Then take her to The Rendezvous.  OH, SAY!  Just a getiile reminder:   Hnve vou been to  'THE RENDEZVOUS'  BERNARD AVENUE OPPOSITE ROYAL BANK  Anew and up.io-d.tlc Ice Cream Parlor nnd Tea Rooms  Only llie Best Kind of Syrups supplied at our Fountain  We make Our Own Ice Cream Fresh every day  W. M. EDWARDS  APHIS DOPE!  Arsenate of Lead      Black Leaf Forty  Expected in a few days  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  We have what you want in  Common and Finish  D  oors  Wind  ows  "  Shingl  es  Prices right        Delivery prompt  atisfaction  guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Hotpoint Specials  for Hotpoint Week  Each year the latest Hotpoint  electric household appliance is  offered for that week only, at a  reduction from the regular pi ice  El Giiliilovo is a new development this year. At the regular  price.$6.50, thisniarvellously use*  ful Grill Stove is cheap Indeed*  and we will ���*-!! it at ore third  off, or $4.35, durtfifl I "lot point  we- It only.  El Grilitnvn ia an atiy-hotir. ����� y men]  ���toy,  frntn hrrakfrvt lo llie mi li jrI-I  mscli.' and belwrfti menlY  ��� wemll rladly fUmonstrsta tliii Ment  " El " uf (lie Hotpoinl  fiini'K win II j r it  call.  Come to our store, see  jm. m    jm .    ��� A    #>       s ^. demonstrated,   nnd   be  f**F ^TC^JLFAumQI/Oi <"or>v'nced ill"!, cheap at  S��A   Sh^sT    *^m^9l/*kfm' ^tfj fa rff(!1,|���r price, il in ir-  *^     ^^ resistible at one-third off  Hotpoint Electric Iron  Special Reduction for Hotpoint Week  Regular price $4.50 Hotpoint Week $3.50  Call in and have one or both of these specials reserved for you  Remember th* date���Mar 3rd to Sth  James & Trenwith  The Electric Shop  Bernard Ave.  WANTED!  ".  FOK   SALE  EOK SALE, Lefevre estate. Now ia  vour chuu.ee for a good improved  ranoh, tho best buy in tho Okanagan  Ono hundred and forty-three acres,  all fenced, a fine crook rune through  the property, boat of land, with Ue  own Irrigation system, in the heart  of tho Orchard district, un tho main  rood,' onlv threo miles from Kolowna  mail delivered at door every dm  Muni be sold to wind tip estate. Address P.O. Bo* 167, Kolowna, B.C.  Managing-Director  KAY FOR SALE.-Clover anl alful;  delivered,    Price on ePnllorition     ' *  Box l!-5, Kelowna. '.'if.  FOR SALE,���Pony broken to ride oi  drive, aheap* Apply i\0( Bo* 453^  Kolowna. ..        l.itf.  PIGS FOR SALK. All sizes,  all prices, Buy now while ih��y  are cheap. G. Whitaker \'cr-  lion Road, Kliison district, xtf  FOR SALE,���30 tons good timothy  and clover hay, or part exchange  oow or few sheep. Gardner, p, 0,  Box 572. 20-3p  More About the War Tax  Much publicity has been given to twain features of the new war taxes  which came into effect on April 15th,  particularly those relating to banking  transactions and to mail matter, but  little has been said of some other features which equally affect the general  public.  For example there is a war tau on  perfumery and patent or proprietary  medicines, This tax is graded as follows: packages retailed at 25c. require  a ono cent stamp, from 26c to 50c a  two cent stamp, from 6lo to 75o  stamps for three cents, from 76o to  $1.00 stamps for four cents and soon  The public must pay this war tax und  il is understood to bo the duty of tbe  druggist to see that the stamps are  properly alfixed to the package before  it leaves his possession  Tho druggist cannot assume the payment <>f this tax any more than the  bank can assume tho payment of the  war tax on cheques, promisory norcs,  etc. In both cases the tax is strictly  payable by the publio and a penalty  is provided to ensuro that it ,s so  paid.  What about  the Flies?  IN0UBAT0R VOU SALE.-0ae Peia-  luma Incubator, 120 ot/g, Apply A.  E. ('ox, seeond hand store. I.Uf  BEES FOR SALE.   Three stocks.   Applv  J. Birch, box 492. 2-3P  HAY, baled or lo^se, delivered ia Kelow-  nn, $15 per ton. Thoa, Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22tf  FOR SAM'.���Refrigerator, computing  scales, bacon and ham slicer, safe,  and show cases, Apply W. M. Edwards. ' iiltf  TO RENT  PIANO TO KENT.-.U low m mthlv  Rental. Apolv P. 0. Box 4'>3, Kelowna. JStf.  FOR RENT. ���Furnished four roomed  colt age, close in, light nnd water  $10.00 per month. Apply P. 0, box  100, Kelowna. .lip  TO LIST.���Houso, furnished or un*  fiiriUHlu-d, gftrdeuj tennis lawn. Ap  ply Moon, Bo* MWj Kelowna 01  'phone 8001. 94-5  LOST  LOST.���lted cow, dehorned, gtcayed  from .Jenkins' pasturF, near tho fair  grounds, near calving. Findor pleas  notify denkins' liver-,- and receive reward. 21  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Lice  .No. 4  Pure Jersey Milk  Delivered Daily  600, Borden   H. D. Rigg!   Pnone 4003  NOTICE  lo Vernon Rd. Residents Between  Kelowna and Oyama  Tiie Kdowna Steam Laundry  van travels between Kelowna and  Oyama every Friday afternoon and  requests all residents along the  road who wish to take advantage  ol this tt:i end tin in a postal asking  lor their v< ry reasonable rates and  family washing plans.  P.O. Box 382      Phone 159  2.5  The time to  cope with the fly  it now, RIGHT  NOW, and not a  month later when       _ there are thou-  ��� sands of them.  Remember that a fly killed now saves a nuisance  of thousands of flies later on in the season.  Begin right now, destroy every fly  and save yourself and family from the  danger of contagion you expose yourself to by having flies in the house.  " Tanglefoot" is a sure catcher if placed on the  window sill, the table or any other place where the  flies gather.  "Fliban" hanging from the ceiling ma'ces a splendid roost for flies, and once they roost on " Fliban "  they roost forever.  Fly poison pads used judiciously will kill every fly  that takes a drink from them. Cover up all other  places where they might get a drink, and keep your  fly poison away from the children.  Tanglefoot, 3 double sheets 10c  8 for 25c, or a box of  25 double sheets for 65c.  Fliban, the wide long strips,  5c each, 6 for 25c.  Fly Poison Pads, 10 cents each  3 packages for 25 cents.  The McKenzie Co.  LIMITED  "Quality & Service" our moth. Phone 214  LOST.���On April 93nd between tho  Glenmore Road and K.l.c. rejervolr  a ladies' \\\m Panama hut, trimmed  with black velvet ribbon. Reward if  returned to K. I\ Oxloy's store. 21  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTKD. Yonntr man to learn the  boo business, Apply to D. E. Me-  Donald, Rutland. It. 0, 21  MlSCEIXANEOl'S  MEN SUFPUED for odd jt 1*4.    Ary  ono wanttni,' a man for ton'perory  work or odd John h.i.hiIiI 'phrnt to  4803. x  FARM WANTKD. ��� Practical  man wants to rent land on  reasonable terms. Haa own  team. Apply box "M" Uucorl  Office. x  EXCHANGE.*- We have inquiries fram  Vancouver and Prairie Province! for  fruit land If you with to iell oi exchange your property we ahall he pleased   to   receive   pnrticulan.    Dulmai.   fit  CroM, Will.is Block.   Phone 306     22t(  WANTED.���Pony, ride or drive Muni  bo well broken.      Particulars     and  oaeh prico, P. 0. Boy 469 Kalowna.  93p  WANTED. ��� llor*>, li^ht detnoorat  nnd harnoHH cheap- *'-!���"> eaoh. 1 al  ana* monthly by arrangement. / p  ply Box "X" Rooord. Wjp  WANTED.���Mower and rako in good  condition, ehenp for cash. App'.v l<  ft1. 0. Box 65fi. 24p  WANTED.���Good Moond hand plough,  ten-inch, chonp, -dale price. Lfevril  Brdl< Box. G4fl, Kelownn or 'den-  tnoro.  24 -Sp  NOTICE  All patienti nt the Kolowna Cioneral  Hospital ontorintr private or Homi-pri-  vttto   wards    arc required to       -for  Bame weekly in advance  By Order  Directors Hospital Board  21-3.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate* Furnished for all classes  of work  Thomas Lawson, Limited  Telephones: Office 143; Dry Goods 215  ���ajs^s^����>FSWS��"*������>������


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