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 filntmm  iUtarfc  VOL. V.   NO. 45.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Regular Meeting of  City Council  At the cily council meeting Friday  last the luuyor and Aldermen Calder,  Cosens, Taylor, Thompson aud Sutherland were present.  Some matters of correspondence were  dealt with referring tu financial trans-  i actions.  A letter wus also read from Mrs. 11.  li. Millie as president oi the Kolowna  Benevolent Society reminding the council oi their promise of a grunt of $200  half of which still remained to be paid.  The clerk was authorized to pay the  remaining $100 when required.  The fire brigadu represented to the  council that they stood in need oi 5110  feet of additional hose to equip them  for work during the coming winter,  and the Gutta i'erchu & Rubber Co.,  had presented their contract to supply uuuie upon request ut tfl.OO per  . foot. The contract was authorized to  he completed.  The iollowing report of> the finance  commitlcc was then adopted.  Captain A. Harmon   ioo.SKi  | A. Allan   H.0.  >J. Stewart  42.20  W. H. Green     3.00  H. Herbert  -  12.00  I d. 1'Unt   12.00  I J. D. Plant  12.00  1 W, Tindley   to  12.00  J. Bnrei   12.UO  LV, Avenher   12.00  f A. Guidi   3.00  I U. 1'. It. Co.,   freight   20.12  James Millar., payment for a  strip of laud 10 feet wife on  lot 1, block 10, map 830  100.00  I Morrison-Thompson Udwr.  Co.    18.36  1 Max Jenkins ti Co, teaming   16.25  ! Claude H. James   10.00  i .Northern Eleotrio  Co., supplies   37.(ill  I>. U. Willits e. Co    G. F. James    J. A. Morrison ti Co   .Kelowna Carriage Worka   The Crone Co. ���  Canadian    Allis-Chambers Ltd;'  D. Leekie, July and Aug. acct.   tti.HL!  )/ S. Chomberlin   11.15  'Lakeview Livery    7,76  Dalgleish & Harding   17.76  .0. K. Lumber Co  38.66  Mrs. C. J. Pitcairn   refund of  fee paid    for booth in park  during the regatta   6.00  J. W. J ones, Esq, delegates  expenses, attending the annual convention of the Union  of H. C. Municipalities   44.60  G. H. Dunn, attending convention of B. C. Municipalities  Uax Jenkins, refund of express  charges   paid   ou uxpauding  rings    Gutta Percha li  Rubber    Co.  2 doz, expanding rings     6.15  Whit.i ti Bindon, stationery   63.50  1.00  2.30  6.60  JW  14,38  Preparing for Winter  Poultry Show  Thu grout success whiuh attended tho  poultry section ut the reoent Full) Fair  bun given u great stimulus to tho  preparations which are being made for  tho Annual winter Poultry Show under thu auspices of thu Kolowna Poultry Association. The date for thia  Ikih been lixod for Deoember 2nd. 3rd,  and UU, aad it ie expected that it will  bo u long way ahoad of unything that  hati yet been attempted in the district.  Une o. tho moot noticeable feature*  of local industry within the last year  or ao has boen the awakening of a  keen intereat in poultry, and the possibility of added revenue in it for the  farmer and fruit grower. Thin development lias been due, no doubt in a  large measure to the work of the Kelowna Poultry Association, nnd for  thut reason n'lone the forthcoming un-  reeeive every   sup-  old  ex-  in*  and  iiin.l .show .mould  port.  The show will be held in the  exhibition building. Considerable  penaOj however will have to be  urcd in rearranging the coops  building new ones, thu accommodation  at tlie recent fall fair having been very  much overtaxed.  The commit/tees are getting busy  arranging details, und have met with  marked success in preparing a 'Hst of  special  prizes.  Tho next meeting of the Association  will be held on Thursday, Oct. 16th  ut 8 p.m.. in the Keller block, when  ull members and thosr who desire to  become members, should endeavor to  be present. Any information may lie  obtained from the president, Mr. J, 0,  Stockwell, or the secretary, Mr. E. I,  Ward.  FINE NEW DRUG  STORE OPENED  (essrs.  Willits & Co.'s New  Premises  Are Amongst  Best Appointed  Stores  in  Province.  DIG RETURNS IN  PRAIRIE PROVINCES  Startling   Figures On  The  Big  Wheat  Crop  A startling difference   in the returns  trf the grain market,*! by thu    farmers  of the prairie provinces this year     as  Saturday lost was tho day fixed f���r j compared    with  the returns for     the  tha opening of tho magnificent     now   '""��� Perio<1 last >'Bnr '�� noticeable in  premises which have just been erected 'the reP"a iw"��1 by ���>><> officials   ol  on the corner of Main street nnd Pen- the C:PH ��� which r*h"> l0 the   8roi"  do-i street, probably one of the   beet ^W"* ovor ,iu   "'  ' '"      :    "'  business    sites in Kelownn,   for    the 8Vstem'  drug store ���f Messrs.  I'.  It. WillilH ti'    In  ���  Co.  respec-  for    the  In.Ilu,nun  MA^UUKKAUli DAiNUl.  .  ��.  14.60  75  Thos. Lawson Ltd., rent   16.00  ltossi Meichele      6.00  1'ietro Guide      6.00  W. Notley     6.00  .D.   tCuuis &  McDonell    1.08  il. Siloook   ...   ��.00  'Robertson Godson Co  60.60  Burne ii Temple, gen acct  344.06  Burne & Temple, Hamilton case 308.10  Burne at   Temple,    Hamilton  ease (Ladner)    960.(10  1). H. Vox,   interest on loan ... 600.00  Kelowna City Band   76.00  By-law 139 was then read a 2nd  time and subsequently a 3rd timo  upon the motion of Alhormen Sutherland and Taylor, in reference lo striking a rate of taxation of 18.4 mills ou  land only, for 1913.  By-Law 110, a legal formality connected with the construction of sewers  was also read a let, '2nd and 3rd time  Alderman Calder proposed that all  owners of property fronting on the  sewerage system should be obliged to  make connections with the sowers  without- delay and a motion to thut,  effect was passed accordingly, stating  [sixty duys as a time limit.  There being no further business to  transact the meeting adjourned.  -���-   SCOTLAND'S LAST STAGE COACH  The last stage coach, so far  Scotland is concerned, huu just made  He tut run. The daily jou.rnsy between Campbellton and Toirbert will  now be made by motor. J Tor over  [orty yeare the ooach has oarried the  nails and passengers over this wild  iart of Argyllshire. The driver has  many stories of adventure to tell  >ut only once did he fall tn oompletn  lis double journey. On .halt occasion  die   ooach woe snowed up.  in   return  A Miry plcusunt niasuuurude dance  was held in Lhe opera houae lust night  in aid of the hospital. Some excellent  costumes were in evidence and ul  lo.ii *��hougl�� fli.e attendance ' was not us  great as anticipated all weut home  feeling i.liat a very pleasant time had  been spent. The music, which was very  good indeed, aud very much appreciated, if one could judge by the frequent  eneoren, was supplied by the opera  house orchestra, which seems to be in  better trim ior dunce work than ever  before.   ���   The A. il I, Association wish to  thank those who so kindly lent their  horses and steers for the bucking contests which proved to lie such u groat,  attraction at the fair iIn- year.   ��� ,   AL'. N. Bornholdt iu leaving Suuduy  next for Calgary, having resigned his  position as leader of the Kelowna  band. On Monday evening lust he  was entertained at a gathering at the  home of Mr. W. 1). Morgan, when during the course of a pleasant evening  spent with music, games, refreshments  etc, he was presented with a hand-  some dressing oase with silver mounted  fittings, subscribed lor by the members of the baud as a token of their  esteem and appreciation of the great  interest he had taken in tlie training  of the band members during the past  year.   if   NEW SHIPPING EliGULATlONS  MAKE FOR SAFET*  When on April next the season of navigation opens for the year 1914, pas-  seugiirs on foreign-going, coasting and  international vcBSels registered iu Canada may travel with thu knowledge  aud sense of security that thoir lives  are protected by the strictest life-saving rules mer,enforced in the history  of Canndian navigation.  Tho board of steamship inspection has just concluded drafting life-  saving appliances for all Canadian  vessels whioh contain radioal changes  in the old order of things and which,  if approved by the government and  strictly enforced, will make sea travel  almost as safe as an intelligent supervision by the government oan  make it.  selves nf .the invitation and the store  was a busy place indeed Saturday* almost everyone e\|ire..siiie; l,!nir admiration for the hoautiful njw fittings and  the general attractiventiHs of the interior. Tie stall had their hands full  even with the nssistanee of Mr. 11. <{.  Struohun, representative of the National Drug tt Clieniieal Co., who happen,  ed to be in town, and el rfullv helped nut   for  the occasion.  The lianrlsone new block which replaces the old frame itruoture is well  worthy of the .site which it occupies,  and adds one more touch to the "big  cily" air which Kelowna's main street  is rapidly assuming.    No expense haH  been spared to muke the building and 5,098,000 bushels ol other grain,  thoroughly modern and up-tn-date in  every respect. The whole block coni-  priK'.-H two stores on tho ground floor  of which .Messrs. Willits ocjupy the  large corner one, with a fine suite of  well-fitted rooms above, which are  ali-ady-ejl rented hh offices.  The huihting is from designs by Mr.  A. V. IVlton, n locnl architect, and by thc C.P.R., last year for the samo  is or a neat and attractive appearance, period over all tho prairie provinces  built of pressed brick throughout, the amounted to a total of 4,883,000 bush  big plate glass and burnished copper els of wheat and 071,000 bushels of  store fronts representing the latest other grain,  ideas in this line. Tho porchwny and  the whole of the floor inside Messrs.  Willits store Is laid with mosaio til-' Beports as to the progress of the  ing. The now shelves nnd show-oases threshing operations in the prairie  aro nil ol polished aak, the showcase 'provinces, prepured by tho C.l'.R. offi-  counti'is being sot upon bases of dark, cialli' s"lle tnBt between GO and 75  marble of a color which harmonizes P61, ���"L' ��' the threshing had been  well with the color of thr. mosaic '}om iu Manitoba and thnt fall plow-  floor. To the left on entering is the1 imJ wa�� Wl>" advanced iu il.e various  drug department, while tho right ride ofatriotai.  levnted to stationery, books, tobac-1    ln Saskatchewan betwoon (it) and   75  am. cignrs.    To the rear    is     the,P9r ���J"11' ��' ta "(Jireihlng has been ,ao-  dispensing room, with a lnrge window 'oompliehed in tho southern parts     of  opening Into the main store. Here also..the proving.,   but in   the   north   the  It has beon announced at, the military department that (he new rifle  sight made by the Ross Utile Company, and adopted by the Dominion  JGovornrftent will be issued next year.  It Is expected that some 20,000 sights  will bo Issued to the troops r'urlng tho  next season. These are tho same sights  as the Bisley and Palma tro] hy teams  used this yew,  To celebrate tho opening day a general, invitation had been issued to th:;  public to inspect the premises, each  visitor in the case of ladies receiving a  gift of a white carnation nnd chocolates, while the men were treated to a  Kelowna    cigar.   Music was provided  during   thc  afternoon   nnd  ovetting  byj    \n  Saskatchewan   th  a     suinll orchestra.  Needless to     Bay[pn(jjar cultivation with no hss proper;  large crowds of people nviriled  thorn- tiim 0[ good ^p, mnkl, lh���    returns  ���onuiderubly  heavier  and   the    figures  province of Manitoba tho  wheat shipped this year io far totals  no loss that 8,677,000 bushels and  the other grains 1,464,000 bushels, as  compared with the returns for last  year, which were for the same period  S-19,000 and "8,0(10 bushels  lively.  The' Saskatchewan Crop,  t r  jVrHr jvfar are  bushels of wheat and 3,365,000 bush-  ele of other grain, which' is compared  with the 3,703,000 bushels of wheat  Inst year and the 305,000 bushels of  other grains. ln proportion the returns for the province of Alberta are  almost as satisfactory. The figures  for this year are 2,540,000 bushels ol  wheat anil 1,209,000 bushels of other  grain. Last year the returns for the  period were: Wheat 7.SI.IHM) bushels  and  other grains  288,0(10     bushels.  The totals for the prairie provinces  of grain sliipurd by the C.P.R., this  season are 31,333,000 bushels of wheat  LOADED 16,586 CARS  In mentioning the returns given above  the official., state that tho company hnve, up to date loaded 16,585  ears against the total of .'1,887 cars  last year during the same period.  The total amount   of gruin marketed  Progress of ThreBhing.  New Business Development  Messrs. Dalgleish &   Harding to Open  Complete  Furniture Department.  Messrs Dalgleish At Harding cure thi.:  week making a notable addition to  thoir business in the almpo of au extensive furniture department. For this  purpose, they have . rented the large  building oeoupied by Messrs. Coates,  Kdwards & Gowen (who are rebuilding). The opening day of the new  store is fixed for Saturday next. Oct  Hli, when the store will be thrown  open for the publio to inspect the new  stock of handsome furnitures five carloads of which have been opened up  during the past few days, making the  range complete from cellar to attic.  AU visitors to the opening on Saturday to the hardware department in  the Keller block will be presented with  a handsome cook book as a souvenir.  Extensive alterations are planned for  the new store, including an entirely  new and modern front. This, however,  has been delayed somewhat by the  non-arrival of the plate glass.  Since opening up businoRS here Messrs. DalgleiBS7 & Harding have made  rapid progress, the public having gradually come to realize the first-claSB  quality of the service given. In this  new development it in to be hoped  that they will meet with the same success as they have achieved in their  hardware business.  Ruth  ews  provided u dark room for the stor-!"���"^1' was ^ Pi!r 0Wt.. "d in s0mo  places it  has only just been started.  About 80 pei- cent., of the wheat in  southern Alberta has been threshed  and about BO per cent., in the north.  THE KOYAL WEDDING  ftgfl of ehemiealH, sensitive to the action of light, and means are also provided ior regulating its temperature,  the whole year round. Cabinets are  also hero provided for the careful storage of vaccine and serums. Another  room in fitted as a humidor for the  rtorago ����f tobacco nnd cigar* with a  view to keeping thoin in perfect condition. A private room is also provided  for the sale of rubber goods and surgical appliances. Beyond all is the  "work room," while the office oempies  a sort of bftlcpliy above these war  ooms.  The artifieinl lighting system oj the  'tore is accomplished by means of a  lumber of hanging globes on  what is  kouwn us semi-indirect  method, a por- 'and  distinguished  guests   in  lion of the light being refleotod  The coming royal marriage is the  chief subject of conversation in London  Sooiety these days. Both the Duchess  of Fife and I'rinoe Arthur of Connaught are most popular in all tho  royal circle. Arrm.gementB are not settle.! yet, but it seems fairly certain  there will be a state banquet on the  tlay preceding tho wedding and also a  big family dinner at which the royal  and distinguished guests in l,ond  from   will Im* present  the white ceiling, the result boing al There will |>o no fewer that four  beautiful soft white li<;ht. nearly ap- queens present at the wedding���Qusjpn  proximating daylight. Mary, Quean Alexandra, Dowager Km-  The whole of the carpentry work for press Mario of Itussin and Queen  the building has l>een in tho hands Maude of Norway��� or five, if tho for  of Mr. .1. A. Huge.-, tho brickwork[mer Quean of Portugal be counted,  and masonry, Messrs Ward & l-aldoek,  the heating and plumbing, ���', A. Morrison Co., and the electric lighting  Messrs Claude .lames and Tmiwith.  Messrs WillHs   have been fteaoointed  with Kolowna since its early days and  NEW SUM'S FOR BRITISH NAVY  The  Auroro,  n light   cruiser  of an  .jutirolv   now   tvpo,   was  launched at  have every reaBon  to be proud of the ��            ���,      n    i _i   .i-       ��� _j  xl        ,   .     ,                 ...      .      iDevonport,    Kngmnd, this week and  growth and development which has  made necessary tho removal to such  up-to-date premises. Besides tho pail  nerd, Mr. 1\ B. Willits and Mr. McKay, the staff now consists of. Mr.  Walter -Inynoe, head clork. Miss Mabol  Wilson, Mr. Bernard McKeown and  with Mr. S. Olds as bookkeeper.  The occupants of the upstairs offices  t might here bo mentioned aro Messrs!  Cooper and Washburn, real estate and  insurance; Dr. Mathison, dentist, K. C.  Weddell, barrfstor;    Mrs. O. K Scott,  Ided to the British Navy. She is  described by Winston Spencer Churohill  first lord of tho admiralty, as a "des-  troyor of destroyers," The vessel displaces .J.".00 tons, and was designed for  a speed of 30 knots.' She is to use oil  fuel1 for motive power.  This ship is protected with a fivo-  inch Iwlt of armor over hor whole  length and is armed with guns suiTi-  j ciefltly powerful to deal with the most  ! formidable destroyer. Eight of thia  type of vosBel are under const-motion  dressmaker and Drs. Knox and Camp-   for Lhe British navy, and eight   more  boll, who will move in shortly. J aro to be laid down next year.  Hon. Price Ellison Tours  Northern Interior  Hon. I'j'iff Kittson, minister of finance nnd agriculture has returned to  the capital after an arduous, journey  through  tlie northern interior.  The minister was making a general  round of the northern territory with a  view to studying at first hand its agricultural possibilities. Unfortunately, the weather was not in a propitious vein during his trip, so the traveling conditions, which are not noted  for excellence at any time, were in a  rather pitiable condition. Much of the  journey had to be made in a motor  launch and in canoee, and many miles  were covered on the road at an excessively slow speed on aooount oi the  sodden nature of the roadbed.  It was in making his way from Kd-  montan to Prince Rupert that Mr. Ellison found the hard conditions. With  the aid of a motor launch he made  splendid progress across the lakes that  represent the unknown beauty spots of  that Northern region, and he was also  able to experience the sensation of  '���hooting the rapids," on the North  Thompson River. Travel by road was  necessarily slow.  With Mr. Kllisou, for a part of the  journey was Mr. J, K. More, general  road superintendent for Lillooet and  Cariboo districts.   4   FRIKDMANN  TREATMENT  UNAVAILING  In the death at Melbourne, Ont-, of  Krnest Campbell, a young divinity student. Dr. Friedmann lost the first of  his patients to receive his serum treatment in that city. He took a second  injection, but although the disease  was in its first stages only, it made  rapid progress. He was a student at  Knox College, Toronto.  ���  FIRST BOAT PA88SS THROUGH  PANAMA CANAL  The most important step toward the  operation of the Panama Canal took  plaoe this week when the sea-goung tug  boat "Oatun," drawing twolve and a  half foot of water was successfully passed through the Gatun looks nnd later  floated on the bosom of Gatun lake.  This waB the first attempt made> to  Operate the looks on the canal, and  the result was highly pleasing to Col.  lioflliah. chairman of the canal oom-  missian und canal officials generally.  All day King hundreds of iiorsons,  mon. women and children, withstood  the burning rays of tho tropio sun  to see the act of passing 'the first vessel' from sea level to tho level ofGatun  lake, whioh had reached a height of  over sixty-five feet, dr within twenty  feet of Hs normal level.  wr-.'oWa Correipoi  Mr. Willis' Sch<$J^ and/Jttss Lily  Bird a�� ^visitors A\he NWrf'WeBtmin-  ster exhibit ion this week...'  ��3    j. 7  'I he meeting df the Mot!  Aid will be held at the h  Wni. Say ton"' Friday ifl^raoon.  Tke Kelowna Growers Exchange has  a staff of six11 working in the . local  packing wlied, and ail are kept busy,  especially now that the Jonathan crop  is ready.  An old fashioned tea is being arranged by the Methodists to be held  on Tuesday, Oct. 1-1th. Moro particulars  next Week. ... * ���  Several Kutlanders were fortunate  enough to secure prizes at tne Kelowna exhibition last week, and a number  are of the opinion that they ' could  have shown fruit and .other exhibits of  as good, if not better, quality.��� The  question is, why didn't they? ,*If everybody put in a few exhibits, the  present splendid addition to the buildings would prove too small for next  year's show, and it would have the  result of proving to outsiders and visitors, that our fruit is second to none.  Tho Rev. A. Dunn was at the coast  last* week end, when, along with two  other graduate? of Westminster Hall  ho received his divinity degree.  Tho new 10 to 2.1 cent store opened  up for business Tuesday and, although  the whole stock is not yet here havo  a wonderful showing of bargains which  can be purchased with tha small coins.  SEPTEMBER HEPOHT  FirBt Division  5 w  Con  C    P  p n.  Stud  duct  1*  *     CR  H  O-  ies  Verna Dalgleish  95  100  74  11,-tli Dalgleish  95  99  68  Amy Fleming  86  99  78  Merriam Woolsey  !K)  100  72  Murgery Lansdown  SH.  96  75  Consuelo Woolsey  96  100  66  Leslie Richards  84  99  77  Lillian  Sproul  85  100  74  Earla McDonald  89  100  70  Rert Dalgleish  85  100  72  Mildred Ford  88  100  68  Gertrude Renfrew  95  95  66  Division II  ���Jeanie Warden  tt  100  ���   Tfl  Mona Ruth Woolsey 78  100  73  Verna Ford  73  100  70  Clifford  Renfrew  70  100  70  Carson Dalgleish  78 .  100  00  Elva Flaming  75  90  73  Etta McDonald  64  100  70  Marjorie Johnson  63  92  77  Netta Monford  73  1  90  68  WOULD RK-EXFORCE POLL TAX    .  Recognizing that additional provincial revenue must be created a joint  meeting of lumber manufacturers, timber holders and Nelson business men  submitted a resolution to Hon. W. It.  Ross, minister of lands, urging the  government to re-enforce the poll tat,  increasing it to ,5 per annum, but  making it apply only to such persons  as do not contribute to the provincial  funds. The lumbermen, supported by  Nelson business interests urged thnt  no change in taxation be mad* which  would increase the burden of the inl  dustry in the interior of the pro;  vinos.   .   , :���'  JUDOS GREGORY IS MARRIED  AT FREDERICTON  Mr. Justice Hregory of Victoria, a  judge of the British Columbia supremo  court, and Miss Nan Thompson, a  daughter of Fredericton, were married  there last Sunday afternoon. Mr.  Gregory was formerly a resident of  Frodericton.  MISS VERNA FELTON  Leading Lady with the Allen Play-  ��rs, st the Opera House, newt weak. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  t H H H H ������ II H  ������  ..  tt* |  tt*  PROFESSIONAL AND **  BUSINESS CARDS  **  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor.,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA.  B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Noteiy Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  H.w.uon Block, Kelowna   .   'Phone 206  P.O. Bos, 509  C. Harrsy, B-V, Sc., C.E., D.L.3.. B.C.L.S..  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Plums 147. P.O. Bos 231  PIANOFCRTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  EaKiUtiona, Royal Collasa  of  Muaic, and .alely  art* KanJTi.k Pyna,  Mua  Do*., Or.ani.l ol ih.  Cathadral, MaoclSaalar. Eng.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  IAi Ik. Studio. Tiwck Block. K.lown.  Muoic  af avai,   daacriptian  auppliad.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  (RIT11H COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX U7  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P.:0. B.�� IM Tbon. SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  give. Icaauna in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Converastinn.l or otherwise^  STUDir'-Morriaon-Thompaon Block  JOHN CURTS  COMTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  ( AiiociM* of the Royal Collet * ot Or��-.mi**, Lond.)  Civet Umodi in thc above tubiecia,  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  aucuHai  at local  aiaminationa (Trinity  College. London)  IS yoeiV aucctWul teaching experience  KStudio   -   Raymer Block  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna!  Britiah Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  ll.au   vex rasr;   76c, aix   month.     Uni  Slato.  SO oaaU additional.  All aubacrlptioaa pevable in advance.  SubauritMr. at th. raiiulnr rata can have  axtr. xai��r. .wiled to triauda at u drataui'.  at HALF RATH. 1....  76 oanta oar year.  Thia apaclsl orlvllala ia fronted lor tha  purpoae ol sdvartlaini tha <'itv and diatrict.  Advertising Ratsa:  I.UDUK NOTICES,  MtOKESSIONAI. CAIIDS  hri'C. SS oanta par column inch Per  week.  LAND AND T1MBBB NOTIOB8-S0 dava. 18.  oil day.. 17.  KATSB NOTICEH-.D lor live inaertioas.  LBQAL AUVBRTISINO-Firal    inMrtion.     12  cast, pat  UM: eaoh aubieou.nl insertion,  8  oenta par Una.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTI8EMENTS-2c.nH par  word tint ioaertion.  1  cant per word en.  aubeeQUCQt  iajartron.  DISPLAY    ADVERT1SEMKSTS���Two     IlKlltr  aad  under  50 geote per  inch lirst innerti.ini  ovar two  mime.  40 casta  par  In** tint  in-  aertiow SO cent,  per  inch    euro  BUbMlltWIH  ineartioa.  AU ohass* tn wsUMt sdvertliemmU niu��i  U  in  thT hand, ol  tb.  printer  bv    Tueednv  evening    lo   anaura  publication m  lhe    neit  COMMUNICATIONS  Under tbin heailiusr commtiiiicntioiiri  wilt be received upon nnv subiuct  nl interest. .Let ten. muut be MftDe!  lie ibriel, avoid peiwiu.Ut.et, The  li-ditor does not neoeuorilv  opinions given below.  Hips.    The     W  ilv endii J  F.ditor of "Thi* Kelowna Record."  Hear Sir,��� It affords me a great  ileal of pleasure 'to note that the public appreciates the efforts made by the  directors of the A. & T. Association  and myselfl to make a succoae of our  full fair, and 1 wish to thank the  directors and tlie aeoretary for tho  support they nave me, and also to  thank Mr. Kolix Casorso, (leorg�� \\\W  ock and Clarence Willis who spent so  much time getting together the bucking horses and steers which added so  much Lo the afternoon's sports, also  acting as judges in the different riding contests.  VerJ respectfully yours,  F. K. R. DeHart.  Pres. A. k T. Awn.  C, P  R. WILL    CARRY   OUT  Pl.KTI'   I'KOIil.AM  COM-  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (U.W.* McCHl University)  Reiidonco : GLENN AVENUE  MaMee.ee   roar   bs   left   at   tlie   office   of  M.ura. R.ttenbuiy St William.  Miss PRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  teache, correct  1V0ICE PRODUCTION, SINCINO  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willlt'B Bloch   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant < I power  mixers snd sit applisncss for concrete  construction of .very kind, snd am  devoting sll my attention to thi. work,  in which I hav�� had many year.'  sxpariencs.  AH Kinds of   em en. Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H; WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  THQNE 104 'PHONE .304  It Rerun Htrimge after tho frtill grow  ora ot the province have raiswl moh  an outcry lur the propel marking,  paoking and grading ol fruits by  the avoiding of which tlie American  shipper secured such un itdviilitane ov-  er B.C, growers thnt they should need  such a severe nml pointed admonition to  look to their own methods aa is contained in a circular which is being  issued by Mr. I..M. Winslow, the provincial horlicultiiralist. Hoards of  Trade, Farmers] Institutes and other  bodies have been hammering at this  point for several years and ul laat  through the Fruit (Irowers Association  have succeeded in stirring up the government to take active steps to see  that American fruit is graded and  marked in a way whioh will give consumers in Canada n plain idea aa to  what they are buying, and llius place  the t'anndian and American products  on an ii|Ual footing. But now it is  found thai home growora arc not observing the requirement, of the fruit  marks act as they should. Sayfl Mr.  Winslow:  "While the great majority of our  fruit growers and shippers are endeavoring, usually successfully, to live  Sully up tn the requirements of the  Fruit Mnrks Act (Inspection and Sah's  Act, I'an il) il is lo bo regretted that  aome fruit iu still being jioorly packed  and Improperly graded, and some fruit  packages are falsely marked.  "The Dominion Fruit Inspectors in  Ihe province and in the prairies, are  successfully securing the marking of  imported fruit, as required by the new  laws pasaeil at the request of the II.I'.  Fruit GroweraJ Association, There has  not been a similar readiness to observe the law on the part ol our own  fruit growers, which puts the Association and fruit growers generally, In  an unfair position. All R. C growers  should lie willing to assist the nssn-  eiatinn In its efforts t��� prnlecl tho  industry, by themselves meeting tho  law's requirements. 'Iheir violations are  duo, doubtless, to ignorance of what  is required. We urge every pucker  and shipper of fruit to procure a copy  of tho act from tho chief Dominion inspector, R.O.I.. Clarke, IKS Water St.,  Vancouver, and to read anil master its  conteirts. ThiB must result in a better  pack of fruit, better prices, and iv  higher reputation, which, iu turn, insures mure stable markets in tut lire  years.  "Some of our growers are liable to  prosecution lor violation of tho act;  W0 hope that Ihe number of such cases  will diminish, because the prosecution  of the Individual hurts noi only himself, but the reputation of the   Ii. CI,  fruit growers collectively.  "(���rowers nnd puckers sleruld also  secure copies of the circulars on  "Me  ihods of Fruit  Picking nnd Handling,  and Fruit I'ncking,' issued by the pro  vincial iliqiArlmcnt nf agriculture, obtainable on request from lhe department ut Victoria or from any Assistant horticiilttiralist. The act states  the law's requ'remcutB: the circulars  outline the methods of picking, kindling, grading nnd packing tn meet lhe  requirements of the law and the market.  "There must Ik1 continual progress in  the methods of preparing fruit for the  market, if our fruit industry is to  overcoVme its keen competition anil  take Us place as one of the principal  industries in the province. There must'  also be continued effort by all our  growers to keep our fruit pack honest  and uniformly reliable, and to raia-i  the standard higher each year. Tho  more favorable markets and prices of  of the current season, tempt a  great many tn relax their efforts resulting in lower grades. The bad results of this practice are liable to be  severely felt next season, whon the  expected bumper crope over the north  west states will make the markets  much more critical' inwards poor pocking than this year."  The Canadian Tncific railway will  iiinplete, to the last detail the program which was mapped out for 1913,  was the statement made by George  Bury, vice-president of Ihe company on  his return from Fort William, where  he aooompanied the directors, completing I heir trip over western lines.  Mr. Bury stated that ho had found  lhe work going ahead so rapidly in  the west that every piece of grading  and every foot of steel planned to be  ilone would lie finished this year. Iu  'onnection wilh double liaoking, he  said that a little of it was now iu  operation, but there would be more  by the end of lhe yen-'. Asked il he  thought the company would be able to  move the crop without much difficulty,  all the vice president replied waB:  "Wall  nnd we shall see."  I'UOillSFKS (IN THE K.V.R,  Steel on the Keltic Valley railway  will be laid to the summit, 76 miles  west of Midway, by Dec. 1st, according to plans of those now in charge of  Ihe work. The roadbed is in readiness  bul there will be about IH days of  bridge building null al days of steel  laying in the II miles remaining    to  reach the summit.  The laying of steel from Wolfe creek  at mile lid west from Midway, atarted  yesterday, but there will be three  bridges lo build in the first lliree miles.  The bridges are- framed at Carini  ready for inslnlllng. The work is now  being done hy the railway company,  but il is expected that it will be late  next summer belnre lhe link to 1'en-  tloton will be connected up,   There is  ���oiiHideiabh, difficult   rondwork yet to  In.-Ornnd Forks (iuzelle.  Fall Suits and  Overcoats  are  arriving  every few days, and  you are always welcome to inspect  them whether you intend  to  buy  now or later  Men's Suits - $7.50 to $30.00  ,,    Overcoats - $13 to $21  If you wear a  FIT-RITE  Suit you   have the  satisfaction   of  knowing you are at well clothed aa  fl       lhe best.    You can hnve them in  Ready-Made  OR  Made to Measure  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  nt reasonable charges  Water Street  (lit Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  Look for tlie Sign  that's on TOP  "SAFKTY-KIUST" CAMPAIGN.  The Grand Trunk railway of Canada haa begun a 0Atnpa.gr. for "safety  first" nnd hns eognged 'If". Bradinaw  formerly <>. the N'ew York Central as  safety engineer. ,fMr. Bradshaw" says  the vice-presidi-nt't. circular, "will deliver at nil important centre., lerlures  on safety nnd will lUuBtruto pr,. ..ices  responsible for injuries. Notice nf the  tine aw! place of (hose lectures will  \w given, and it In desired thnt -.very  employee on the system whose dut4pi  permit shall attend. No employee who  considers the importance of his fier*  sonal safely enn afford to miss the  opportunity which these leotnrei will  ulTonl to lenrn lomethlng of practical  Vftluo for the protection of his Ufa and  limbs.  "We hope lo reduce the ners'.nnl injury tii the lowest possible |n.nt. und  to make our system the safest in the  country. Tn accomplish this every nf-  ficttr. Sgent and employee is requested  to give his earnest nnd active support und co-operation.���Railway Arc  (.n/ette.  HISTORIC KI.AdSTAKF FOR STAN-  l.NY PARK.  Another historic relic will be added  to Vancouver's collection next month  with the erection of the innat of tho  steamship Btjnvcr in Stanley Park.  The Hudson's Bay Company is erecting thin must in the park at ita own  expense. It will be eighty lee' high  and will be set in concrete, the platform being surrounded by granito  Btepii On the side of the pole will be  placed a bronze tablet beuring the following inscription: "This flagstaff was  the mast of the steamship Beaver,  built by the Hudson's Bay Company  at IllaokweU'on-Thaines. England, 1935  and launched by His Majesty King  William IV. The first steamship to  come around Cape Horn. Sank at  Prospect Point, Stanley Park, July-26  1888. Erected by the Hudson's Bay  Company, October 1913."  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelown) 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phon. No. 108  W. C. A1TKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan, and Eatimate.  Finiahing work a apecialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINlfIG  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right! of the Dominion  iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, th* Northwest Territories, and in a portion ol  the Province ot British Columbia, nay  be leased tor a term ol twenty-oae  years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2.S60 aorta  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for tbe leaa* muat ba  made by the applicant in penan to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied lor are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land moat  be described by aectiona, or legal aub-  divisions of sections, and in uneurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application muat b* aoaosB-  panied by a fee of |fi which will ba  refunded if the righta applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty .hall be paid on th* merchantable output of the mine at tb*  rate of five oenta per too.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish tho agent with aworn returna  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished al hut  once a year.  The leaae will inolude the ooal mining righta only, but the leoaee may  be permitted to purchaae whatever  available aurfaoe rights may be eon-  sidered neoesaary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information applioation  Bhould be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBT,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorized publication ot  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  Kelowna Garage $ Machine Works Co., Ltd.  Not Too Late  yet to purchase that Car  and enjoy many fine trips  before cold weather sets in  Our atock of cars is being reduced  rapidly now, but we are pretty sure  to have something here that will  please you either in a New or  Rebuilt Car  Come and See our stock and arrange  -- for a demonstration -  Kelowna Garage & Machine Works Co., Ltd.  T'HERE is big money in chicken  ���    raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you deaire to raise them for your own table or to aell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative is now in London, Eng.   Send in your  list and get in touch with Engliah buyers  "Phone 240  P.O.Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  Wf RfiDair   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  Steam Engines, Steam Finings, Boilers, Gas  Enginea.Motor Boata, Elevatora, Cement Mixera, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock   C��ld  Ro"ed  SnaWn*  Bolu-  Screws,  Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agent, for the Umou.  CADILLAC CARS  alao fo:  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the servicea of  an  automobile expert who has had yeara of experience in firat-claaa  ahops.   We are giving aatiafaction to a great many car ownera  in the valley and can aatisfy you.  Kelowna' Mctchine Shops  A. McQUARRlE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -   - KELOWNA, B.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 11113.  KELOWNA RECORD  Kelowna Fall Fair  Special Prize List  Advertise and  the. world stands with you. Ojiit, and you stand alone.  8���'Best three loaves o( bread, made  from Royal fyoueehold Flour, let  prize [Hi I))..' Hack Ogilvie's Uoyal  IlouHuhold flour; 2nd prize'19 lb.,  sack Ogilvie'.H Uoyal Household  flour. Donated by McKenzie Co.���  Ibt Mrs. It. P. Morrison.  ���Best down Sweet Huns. 1st prize  08 Lb., sack Ogilvie's Royal Household flour; 2nd prize, -1.1 lb., sack  Ogilvie's Uoyal Household flour.  Donated by McKenzie Co.��� let  Mrs. I.. V. Morrison, 2ml Mrs. A.  I,. Cross.  5���Beet (three applm pjee made from  Quaker flour, I'ins to become the  property of lho McKenzie Co. 1st  prize .IS Ih. sack (junker flour, 2nd  prize 111 lb., sack Quaker flour. Donated by McKenzie Co, ��� 1st. Mrs.  I.. Weddell.  6���Three best loaves of bread mado  from any kind of flour. 1st prize  Universal Itreud Mixer (large size.  2nd r lWi Universal Bread Mixer,  (small size). Donated by Morrison  Thompson Hardware Co..���Ist Mr��.  H.  Newby, 2nd. Mias McCmrty.  7���Best fat cow 926.00. Three entries.  Donated by P. Burns k Co.��� th  Smu'ier.  8���Beat pair Belgian Hares. 1st prize  98.00; 2nd prize 9S.00, Donated by  Dr. Royco.��� 1st. A. Weddell.  10���Beat pair of Initialled Towels.  Ono Crystal towel liar .ttJ x 1 inoh.  Donated   by   .J.   A.   Morrison  Co.���  K.liili Haug,  II���liest five pounds of butter prints,  butter to become thd-Property of  donor. 1st prize No. 2 sanitary  churn, value 913.00, Donated by  Dalgleish k  llarding.-W. A. Scott,  12���For best worked tea cosey. lat  prize, large felt hat. Donated by  Miss Martin.- Miss G, K. Sutherland.  14���For tho five heaviest apples of any  variety (named). Apples to become  the property of donor, tat prize  85.00. Donated hy Win. Maug.-C.  II. deen.  15���For best collection of cut flowers.  Must be three entries. Prize $10.01..  Donated by R. R. Bailey*��� G��>.  Wolstencrofr, Naramafn.  17���For the best three loaves of bread  baked bv girls under sixteen years  nf jig*. Prize 98.00. Donated by B.  W, Wilkinson,��� Kathleen McKcnzis  If.-Kor best collection of Insects. A  fountain pen. Donated by W. M.  Parker k Co.��� Miss Janet Riddel.  Ifi���For best piece of eyelet embroidery. Prize 96 pair of Tail's shoes.  Donated by. W. E. Tait k Co.-  Hiss Storey.  21���For best decorated auto. Prize  valued at 915.00, Donated by Kelowna Garage and Machine Works.  ���Mrs. K, F,  Morrison.  22���Best box delicious apples. Prize 95.  Donated by Harvey Duggan and  Davies,-   W. C. Duggan.  23���Heaviest dozen hen's eggs. Prize 95  Donated by Harvey Duggan and  Davios.��� S. .).,Weeks.  24���Best jar of cherries. Prize one dozen Economy jars. Donated by K.  F. Oxley.- MrB. H. Newby. *  25-Best Rhode Island Bed Cock and  hen. One 50 lb., sack ground bone.  Donated by K. K. Oxley.- S. J,  WuekB.  2(3���Best collection of white embroidered linen, not lese than five pieces  Suit case, valued at 910.00. Donated, by Thos. I.awson, k Co. -  Miss Storey,  27���Best pair Muscovy Ducks.. One  pair 97.00 Geo. A. Slater Invictus  shoes. Donated by Oak Hall Clothing Co.��� Mrs. R. F. Morrison.  28���For best variety of roses, four  roses of each variety and not less  than six varieties. Prize 95.00.  Donated by J. B. Knowles F.B  K. Dellurt.  20���For not less than twelve photos  to be taken and developed by children not over fifteen. 1st prize, developing tank, valued at 95.00 2nd  prize, photographic material valued at 93.00. Donated by P. B.  Willits k Co.- Ut, Silke, 2nd Wm  McGibbon.  30���For best single turnout. Prize ona  Rug. Donated by W. K. Glenn *  Son.��� A. Johnson.  32���Best display of garden vegetables,  not less than five varieties. Prize  915.1KI. Donated by the Central  Okanagan Lands.��� T. Swordy.  33���For host Perchoron colt from Stallion ".Juts. ", lat prize silver oup,  value 950*00, Donated by Casorso  Bros.��� J. Cather. ���  31���For the heaviest apple. Prize 95.00.  Donated by Geo. C, Rose,��� 0, H.  Geen. (21J <>/..  35���Best box of Jonathans. Winning  box to become property of Board  of Trade. Prize 910.00, Donated by  Bankhead On-hard Co.- B. 0.  Growers.  Ltd,  36���Best box Northern Spies. Winning  box to become property of Board  of Trade. Prize 910.00. Donated by  Bankhead' Orrhard t Co.- B. C.  Growers. Ltd.,  Bankhead Orchard Co.  .17���Best gallon of milk exhibited in  one. half gallon and two quart, or  in four quart bottles. 1st prize,  spring dial scales und sanitary  milk pail; 2nd prize, spring cHal  scale; 3rd prize, sanitary milk  pail. Donated by British Columbia  Dairymen's Association, Victoria.  Four entries or no third prize,  three or no second prize. Wi* wis  to become I members of the H. 0.  Dairymen's Association before receiving prizes. 1st lv Saundurs,  2nd. W. A. Scott. 3rd, W. R. Barlee.  3D���Best heifer oalf for dairy purpose.  Silver medal. Donated by Canadian Bnuk of Commerce.��� A. W.  Dalgleish.  ���Mi���Special prize, best two boxee commercial pack, of Cox Orange Pippin  Delicious or Spitzonberg apples. 934  Donated by Kelowna Land and Orchard Co. Ltd. The winning boxes to become the property of ths  Kelowna Board of Trade.��� H, B.  Burtch.  41���For the best collection of six or1  more pen and ink, brush, or crayon  sketches. 1st prize 95.011; 2nd  prize, two yeara subscription to  tbe "Kelowna Record"; 3rd prize  one years subscription to the "Kelownn Record." Donated by Hr.  John Leathley.-��� 1st Miss'Peggy  Harvey,, 2nd Mm. C. E. Weeks,  42���Best Map of Ireland. Prize of *10  Donated by II. H. Millie.- Nettie  Harvey*; recommended for��od, Mar*  garet Clarke; commended, Opal  Thompson.  13��� Beat specimen of Handwriting by  children under 12 years.��� 1st prile  98.00, donated by II. W. Kaymsr.-  Doris Teague.  GOATS AID IN CLEARING LAND  The propensity of goats for eating  the leaves and twigs of smaU bushes  suggests that they would be very useful for cleaning out scrub and reducing otherwise! waste land to goou pasture for other animalB. This espedienf)  has been practised in Iowa and aome  other states with marked success. Saplings, too big for the goats to reach  the tops may be felled, although they  will Mtand on their hind legs andean  reach up to five feet or more in their  efforts to get ut leaven:. Fields infested with bard-back and stout herbs may  be cleaned out by pasturing goats on  them. No trouble will be experienced  from having sheep or cattle in the  same enclosure.       '  Steep, rocky hillsides, nr Stony places where there.js considerable browse,  may be turned into permanent... goat  pastures. Goats are often more suitable than sheep in such situations, not  only because they will thrive on food  that sheep will reject, but also because they are far more pugnacious  and better able to defend themselves  against dogs, coyotes, nnd other predatory animals.  Goats are valuable for their mohair, skins, meat and milk., The best  best breed for mohair is the Angora;  for milch purposes, the Swiss breeds  can 1)0 recommended. They can withstand considerable variations in temperature, and will thrive in a variety  of situations, but are sensitive to  .damp. The kids are deliento for a  I fow days after being born, and need  I the same care as lambs. A flock of  goats need intelligent management,  j but they well repay the attention they  require at certain seasons. When tho  indirect profit derived from the destruction of scrub, or from the turning  of otherwise worthless land to account  is considered, they may be looked upon as by no means the least profitable  of our domestic animals.  DIVISION 1.1���SCHOOLS  ���Specimen of penmanship; busia \a  letter, seventy-five wnnls certified  as having been thine to dictation  at the rate of 15 words |��r minute.��� 1st Dorothy Bvans, 2nd Reft*  ta Lloyd-Jones.  ���Baft map of British Columbia, including rivers, mountains, lakes,  cities, etc etc.��� 1st Hodney Keller,  2nd Knda Clarke.  Hon. A. R. McPhillips, member for  the Islands, in the B. C, Legislature,  has beon appointed a judge of the  Court of Appeal.  3���Beet handwriting, not less than  one page of foolscap, ���1st Nettie  Harvey, 2nd Beryl Grummett.  4���Best Composition; subject: "The  advantages of living in tho Okanagan Valley."��� 1st Phyllis Teague.  1  !  We have a most complete line of  McCLARY'S  FAMOUS  Regina. Kootenay Ranges  McClary's Famous Regina Range.  Square, with six covers and high closer $35.00  McClary's Famous Regina Range.  With reservoir, six covers and high closet $46.00  McClary's Famous Kootenay.  Square, with four covers and high closet $50.00  McClary's Famous Kootenay.  With reservoir, four covers, and high closet $50.00  McClary's Famous Kootenay.  Square, with six covers and high closet .....$63.50  McClary's Famous Kootenay.  With reservoir, six covers and high closet $70.00  McClary's Famous Airtight Heaters - $2.25 to $12.50  McClary's Famous Box Heaters - 6.50 ��� 16.00  McClary's Famous Coal Heaters    -   8.00,,   55.00  Special.   During the first week in October we will give on nil heater sales 1000 votes for every dollar  Morrison - Thompson Hardware  Company, Limited  IMPORTANT  STATEMENT  TO THE PUBLIC:  In order that there may be no questions raised later on, we  wish to announce that ao person connected with our store, or  sny member of their families will be allowed one piano vote. We  positively will not tell these votes. One single vote cannot be  purchased from us at any price. We are going to give the  beautiful $400 Upton Parlor Grand Piano now on exhibition  at our store to the person presenting to us the greatest number of Piano Votes on December 31st, ABSOLUTELY  FREE.  Foi every cent of your purchase of anything in our  store, you are entitled to one Piano Vote. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  Furniture Department  NO^W     OPEN    ��PP0Site the new Casorso Block  Five carloads, all unloaded, constitute our Opening Stock of  High-Class House Furnishings  On Saturday next, October 4th  we will formally open this department when every housewife who visits  either of our stores will receive a very nicely gotten up book:  "National" Cook-Book DeLuxe  You are invited to inspect our goods.    You will find the line complete.   Furnishings for the home from kitchen to attic  Extension Tables  Kitchen Tables  Kitchen Cabinets  Linoleum  Carpets  Rugs  Parlor and Den Furniture  Brass and Iron Beds  Chairs and Racks  Dressers, Stands,  Somnoes, &c.  Hall Seats  Mattresses,  Springs  Chairs of all kinds  Couches,  Davenports  Dinner Wagons  Buffets  Side Tables  Cots,  The newest designs, newest finishes, and made in the best Canadian factories.    The prices are right.  HARDWARE DEPARTMENT  Saturday next, October 4th, will be NATIONAL day in this  department.   The selection of a Kitchen Range may be  made difficult, but satisfactory and profitable.  To have a choice from the most complete, largest  and best display of Kitchen Ranges shown anywhere  in the valley is what we offer. A straight car of the  NATIONAL Ranges arrived this week and every  style will be shown on the floor on Saturday.  Don't overlook the " National" Cook-Book DeLuxe. You  get them here, too.  HEATERS of all kinds and right prices.  Dalgleish & Harding  V THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  KELOWNA RECORD  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The moat modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding nn uninterrupted view of Oknnugan  lake.   Excellent cuiaine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Musical Evening is Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rate, apply to  H. VINCE   -   Manager  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In which Jimmy  lulls af Kelowna li&ppeiiiufid  to  Mr. Sidney  Harper, of  Vancouvm, B. 0.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  these products  PRICES, &c��� ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS ND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Mauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MERlEi5lTlT_T~Proprietor |  7      8  21  20  19  Meal Ticket  GREEN TEA ROQM  Misses Mearna & Smith, Props.  LAWRENCE AVE., opposite Methodist Ch.  9  10  II  18      17      16      15      14      13      12  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE      j  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   -   104  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone. 91  On call day and night  Dear Sid.���Since writing you last 1  havu been deluged with nuch a flood  of news that this is liable to be quite  a lengthy epistle, however, if you will  excuse mo this time, I'll nee that it  don't  happen again.  Firstly and foromostly, I must fceli  you about what we havo done at the  (JjM'iu HoutlBi The boss says to mo  "Jimmy, did you ever hear of twilight  picture*}?" 1 said "Noi guilty, boss.  What's the answer?" Ho said *I didn't  think there breathed a mortal in this  enlightened ago, so sunk in benighted  darkness, that he had never heard of  these plotur. but seeing that there  is ono I will elucidate. Hy placing  eleotrio fixtures nl given interval., ell  along tho walls and in these fixtures  inserting Irish eolored glol.es you pro  duce un artificial twilight which soft-,  ens tho picture and removes the last  vestige of eye-strain." The boss is the  kind of guy, whon ho hears of. anything that will improve the show,  can't sleep till he has it. Snmo way  about this thing. We've got the system  working now and believe me it certainly is one big improvement.  Speaking of    improvements, I  must  mention  tho fact    of  tho  C.l'.H.      repairing their wharf.    Up until  now it  was almost necessary for one to make  his  last  wiH  und testament not     to  mention  what  hymns  he wanted sung  at'tho funeral, before venturing on the  dock, but at lust  the poverty stricken  railroad has savttj    Up rnough out ol  their meagre gains  to put a fow  new  planks on, so that now the citizens of  Kelowna may trip blithely out on the  wharf without fear of filling a watery  grave.  Our old  friends  nnd   favorites,     the  Allen Players" aro to bo with ub   all  aoxt  week.  They come with  n    repertoire of tho very latest and best plays  procurublo.   Thoy   are   led,   as      usual  this year by    that  perennial 'favorite,  Miss  Verna  Felton,,  than whom  there  is no more versatile loading lady     in  thji profess ion.    We have also beon assured by Mr. Allen thut Miss Fellon's  lupport     is     unusuully     capable this  season.    So all  things  being considered  nuixi  week     promises to bo a feast  of good things for tho lovers of drama  I'll tell you Sid, Kelowna just literally    covered    itself    with    glory    by  pulling off that fgir Jest week.    Nothing in the   annals    of   tho Okanaguu  V'ulley oau approach il. Thu commit Lee  iu charge deserve the heartfelt thanks  of  the community  for thoir successful  efforts,    The new  building was easily  the feature of the exhibition und Contractor liuymer is to Ihj cougrnluluted  on turning out such au artistic piece  of work.  Speaking of the fair reminds me of  a novel advertising scheme worked oy  the Mason k Bison 1'iano people, during the exhibition. They had fastened  one of their piano boxes on two  wheels and to this was hitched t. real  live steor (one of the Texas variety)  while perched on top of the box driving the stood was that renowned Si  wash (Jhief, "Heur-in-the-fi.ee.jr You  know that old saying "The only youl  Indian is a dead one." This one was  alive! The turn out attracted gloat  attention and proved the udvorii'-u.g  hit of the fair.  Of course you know that the Avenue Theatre, in your sun-kissed city  is discontinuing stook and is to book  tho big traveling companies on John  (Jorts circuit. Might here is where  the boss put over the beet trick of his  checkered career. When"he heard of  Corts extending his circuit into Canada, he kept the wires and mail busy  until he got what he was after, namely, a contract from Mr. Cort agreeing to book his shows into thet Kelowna opera house on their way from  the east to Vanoouver. So you see  you ginks out there in mudville ninl  cutting suoh a wide swaft, after all!  Little old Kelowna gets fhe big road  shows before you! Now will you be  good?       -  Keen at the risk of your thinking 1  am boosting too strong for my homo  (own, I've got to uncork another improvement whioh has taken place in  our midst to wit a new drug store.  Mr. Willits, believing that the best is  none too good for Kelowna, conceived  the idea of building a new home for  his store, and I want to go on record  as saying that the result is a drug  store which would be a credit and an  ornament to any town, no mutter  what the size.  Well, 8!d, old man, I'll lot up foi  this time and give what has gone before a chance to soak in. T will flfloea  with tho old motto, "When in doutt.  come to Kolowna."     Yours,  JIMMY.  P.S.���T forgot to tell you lhat the  guy, whose wife made him stay homo  nnd mind the baby, while she oame to  the picture show is suing her for a di-  I vorco on the grounds of extreme cruelty and mental- anguish.��� Jiipmy.  THE C.  fi. AND THE  VALLEY LINE  KETTLE  Muoh speculation nas existed through  B. Of, flays the Sum uer'nii 1 Re vie "v,  and particularly in this district a-, to  the relations existiug botween the C  P.R. aud tho K.V.R. That a very  close alliance existed wus the general  belief, but many held that it amounted to out and out ownership by the  big corporation,  The statement ��� given out by Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy last week practically sets the matter at rest and  shows that the (M'.R.'s president regards the Kettle Valley line as part  and parcel of the (M'.K. system.  Rut the part of his pronouncement  which interests people in this section  most was his statement as to time  of operation, and also the uses to  which the new portion may be put. As  Jo I time he did not merely hold out the  hope ol completion in 1U15, but definitely announced operation in H'lfi.  For . its uses one important thing  which he pointed out was that it  v.ouM i-i-v.- congestion of the main  line, and when necessary could be substituted for entire main line truffle  while important change in route nnd  roadbed ol the main Hne were being  made. Thus it is quite probable that  towns along the Columbia k Western  and Kettle Valley lines will, within a  .car and a half more, see the long  overland trains of ten nnd a dozen  deepers and  diners passing through.  An eastbound Canadian Pacific railway freight t rain was wrecked near  Kinforth, Snsk., Friday, presumably  by a broken rail, fifteen ears piling in  tho diteh and blocking tlu> main line.  A temporary track wns built around  tho wreck and at a late hour the following evening trains stalled at tha  sceno were nble to pass.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Str��3|  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Now is the time to plant  �������� 1 T%i I        Magoon et Senator Dunlop  strawberry Plants 25. *,,, ��.sot��  CUTFJ.OWERS     Vegetable nnd Bedding Pl.nl.    POT PLANTS  Bulbs now ready JlStCl;  Phon. ea        PALMER A ROGERSON      P.O. Bo* 117  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingle., Siding, Doom, Window*  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  V.,7"'  'MM  Tho associated boards of trade of f  eastern British Columbia met last  woek at Kaslo and resolutions were |  adopted asking tho appointment cf a  royal commissioner on mining, for the  creation of a separate mines portfolio  in tho federal cabinet, for the establishment of telaphone lines with pay  stations every five miles in districts tit  present lacking in transportation facilities, nnd the appointment of commissioners to secure information regarding the country for publicity purposes.  pw^v*  **Hi  The broiler door is so roomy  and well arranged that a rich  juicy steak or toast can be  d 0 n e to turn without the  usual tiring, stooping necessary with common ranges.  This and many other exclusive convenient features .increase the pleasure of kitchen  work and should be insisted  upon in the range you buy.  IU.KGAI FISHING  A complaint against the whites was  recently made by the Indians an     tho  Reserve, south of Trout Croak, who ure  now busily engaged catching and our-  ng kiekuninnies.      Thu species  of fish  'Inch  is so popular us un artiole     of  diet     among our    people when oaten  fresh, comes up in the creeks at night,  making for the spawning grounds, and  botween the hours of Bonset nnd   sunrise it  is   not difficult to catch them  in largo numbers.    A popular method  to have a torch or other light   to  attract  the    fish   when    they  may  be  eadily scooped out in quantities. This  method of fishing, which we    believe is  Illegal,  has  been  practised  for    years.  and it  would seem that  the wholesale  slaughter of these fish is rapidly     resulting in diminishing quantity,     wl  possibly in their ultimate extinction.���  Summerland   Hoview.  Sold in Kelowna by Morriton-Thompton Hardwart Co.  m Concrete.  .tSiiTSSB  lipping  ���"'��� '������  ^material  WHETHER fot ��� As, a **���  house, ot a mfllion bushel grain  dental, concrete ��� the most  economical building material in use today.  Concrete never require* repair,, and  the saving in repair-expense alone  nuke, lhe greater economy of using  concrete mote apparent every day.  The cost of other building material, il  conrt.nllyincic.iiag.  The cost of concrete is being tednced.  Canada Cement  which Canadian farmer, use, with their own sand, stone and gravel to make  concrete, is the only ingredient you have to buy.  Wc have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been able In  bring the price of "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach nf  everyone.  An increase in demand results in a greater economy of production, and when  condition! have warranted it, we have, from time to  time, shared this saving with the coniumet by reducing the price of Canada Cement.   Tha demand will  continue to increase���aa fast as farmer, learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.  When you buy cement, see that you get ''Canada"  Cement; by so doing you will assure the complete  success of all your concrete work.  Send a post card for our book "What the Farmer  Can do With Concrete."   Il it free.  Tbara Is a Caa.iU Cent tester xt jeer asbfcaefteei.  If thia label ia not on  ���very bag it ia aval  Canada Ce  Canada Cement Company Limited  -; "s���rmii���i  Montreal  ������a"** .U.i.OWNA kKCORD  THPttSDAY, OCTOBRR 2, 1913.  KELOWNA  AGAIN LEADS  WITH n floor apace of 31,000 square (eel, or over Iwo-lliinle nf an acre, we me buying  in quantities which hna secured for ua Jobbera or Wholesale Pricea.    This valuable  concession can only be maintained by aelling large quantities.    I o nrccmplisli lliia  object we will hereafter aell to the public nny quantity however small, nt wholesale pricei.  Another innovntion in Kelownn busii ess methods will be our 6 months credit term.  Camp Furniture  Camp bed, with reinforced woven spring $ 2.50  ���         mattress, filling all of best quality felted cotton  (n. exceUior), with heavy art ticking   Matting square, 9-ft. x 9-ft i   Kitchen Furniture  Kitchen table, turned legs, with drawer, 4-ft. top   do. 5-ft. top   K!' i'.<h :\vrs, double stretchers   kitchen cabinet, 2 bins, 2 drawers, 2 dough b un els    Linoleum for floor, per sq. yd 65c, 55c. and  Bed Room  Iron beds any size, one and one-sixteenth in. post, brass  trimmings   Bed springs, fine weave,reinforced by cables, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft.  do. 3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft.  Combination cotton felt fit e tcelsior mattress, 4-ft. 6-in. Sc 4-ft.  do. 3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft.  Six-piece toilet set   Dresser and stand, 14 x 24 in British bevel plate mirror   Good quality English tapestry squares, 9-ft. x 9-ft   Brass beds, 2-in. post and finish   Best woven wire spring on the market    Felt mattress, all white cotton felt, in strong art ticking   Solid oak dresser, 36-in. top, 20 x 24 inch British bevel  plate mirror   Solid oak washstand to match   Good quality Brussels square   2.50  2.50  2X0  3.15  .67  6.C0  5Cc.  3.00  2.15  2.00  4.00  3.50  2.00  13.50  8.0D  15.00  2.50  7.50  13.00  7.00  17.50  Dining Room  Extension tables, 42-in. top   Elm diners, golden finish, braced backs, turned post.", each  Buffet, surface oak, 30-inch bevel plate mirror   Linoleum as per kitchen quotation  Dining Room in Solid Oak  Solid oak buffet, 48-in. top, 36-in. bevel plate mirror    Solid oak set of diners, I arm and 5 chairs   Solid oa': extension table, fumed finish   English velvet square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in   Or an Axminster square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in    Or Nairn's inlaid linoleum, per sq. yd    97-piece dinner sets, English semi porcelain    8.50  I.CO  I6.C0  25.00  16.50  16.50  20.00  25.20  1.00  12.00  General  Window blinds, 37-in. by 72-in. each   Child's high chairs   Nurse Rockers     Silid q urtereJ oak M >t*ris chairs, reversuble cushions   Solid oak arm rockers:   Office titters   Couche?, with spring bottom and good tnpeshy covering...  ? u a it,: ted oak sectional bookcases, any finish, per section  ypewriter desks, solid oak   Parlor chairs, mahogany finish, silk upholstered   Pulman bed Davenport. A Davenport by day ond \~ ed nt  night. In fumed pak, seat and back upholstered in No.  I ((rain leather. The piece includes the spring and a  4-ft. 6-in. felt mattress. A massive article for library  or den   Singer sewing  machines, 5 drawers, drop head   Pianos, any finish   We handle the famous Gerhard Heintzman fit Goi-rlay  Pianos and Player Pianos and the Columbia Grnnio-  nolas, and Columbia records  .35  1.00  1.50  8.50  3.25  5.00  6X0  4.C0  10.00  10.00  50.00  40.00  270.00  While our prices are low we do not stock a cheap class of goods.   QUALl'IY  with us is the first, second and third consideration.  Our prices are Low BECAUSE-  We buy in Large Quantities,  Take Cash Discounts,  And have no Rent to pay.  Kelowna Furniture  Company   Poultry Notes  Tina WAY TO GET A GOOD MOULT  I lie unit;, trouble in tho poultry yard  inst   now  in  tbe  fftoultiug, whioh how-  vt-r it. a imturt.1    process ot' .**.*.. v,  .ml mu..t be encouraged in ..very \oh-  hi bin nmnncr.  Mnny breeder., pmraoti. u goo.l uio tit  liutore mil nun- Ht.tn in by confining the  birds in sheltered quarters mid re-  tluolng the food supply almost lo Hbar-  wttion }M��iiit. In a natural way a  (iiwl's moult lasts about three months  ul though uu enforced moult is much  i|uteker, and may be oumpleted in  eight weeks. Immediately the feather*  begin lo full nutritive (nod should 1w  given Hbewlly. as it i* naturally a  grpnl strain on the fowl's resources to  grnw new feathers. Any extra ��x-  |tenso at lliia per'tod will he recouped  l.-tter in the Siiitson. Directly (he  moult i* over* laying commences in  real eurnt-sl. it sometimes happens with  early hatched birds, (hut pulleU will  lay a buled of eggs and fall Into a  moult, fnun which they do not recover until early iu lhe new year or in  llie spring causing a Ins.. of oggB. This  necessitates the importunce of hatch -  ing nl the right season of the ye>.r,  remembering that massive breeds lake  lighl mouths, und the small and active five months, to mature. In addition to shelter; und extra food flowers of sulphur and boiling linseed added to the hot morning soft food assist the new growths of feathers, while  when a fowl overuioitlts herself uud  becomes ulmost nnl.wl, it in nocesBiuy  lo rub sulphur ointment in every night  and confine her to tho house.  Some poultry keepers, as no 6',gs  are forthcoming during moult, iv.Imc.  lho food, whieh is n great mistake and  will prejudice the supply of og^s at ^  later date. Plenty of green food must  lie given to keep tho blood cool during  moult, or feather piaking will rC-tuIt-,  Loose feathers quickly nooctmidi'.la,  and should be removed evt;ry few  days, or insect pesta will iult.-tt itie  house. Poultry ..i-epers will nlWb.VI  be well repaid for looking after y.eii-  birds during moult. It is iiiv.i.-i.il.ly  found lhat whilst town ami su mrl itfi  poultry kflbpen are wulehful nn.I careful during the fowl's ithange of p'uin-  age, those residing in country districts  especially fanners, pay little or no  attention to the moult with the inevitable fftault <��f poor returns when winter eggs ure expected.  Pointers on Pruning  All kiuda of fruit trees cannot be  pruned uuccesufuUy in the same method.  No definite rule will apply to all casus.  'I he orchai'dist should kuow something  about the nature of the tree to be  pruned, nnd the effect that will lie pro-  duceilby the operation. A few of the  principle* to bo observed are as follows:  Pruning during the dormant season  tends to promote wood rather     than  iruiti'ulness.     Pruning dming tho grow  season    tends    to check     wood  growth and promote fruit hearing.  Pruning may be done at nny time  .1 the year, but most satisfactory remits usually are secured when tho  vork is done in March  Trees that are inclined to grow very  upright should lie Out baok to induce  tliem to spread.  All diseased, miperfluoiiH and dead  branches tthotild he removed, and no  limbs    sliould  he  allowed  to rub     or  cross.  The centre of the tree ahould be kept  open lo admit the sunlight and cause  the fruit to color and mature better. .  Qrowth may be direoted by cutting  hack to a bud pointing in the direction  that Ihe hrnnch should     grow.  Pruning should he done methodically  and ri'gidarly.    A certain amount    of  Work should be done each year, instead  'f once in five years.  The lic-'t implements for pruning are  pruning shears. A sharp saw will at  .times lw> needed, eiipeeiully on trees  that have been ncglerted.  Leave alt wounds clean and nmooth  wilh no long stubs, and paint those  above one ineh in diameter with grafting wax or white lead.  Pruning in itself, is not sufficient. It  must .w accompanied by good spraying, proper fertilizing and intelligent  orchard management.��� A.B.C. in the  Forming World.  DON'T  TRUST  sto memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy  , or girl. Memory plays  strange tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year or so wi  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CAIJ. AT  GRAYS STUDIO  ROWCLIEFE BLOCK  Thursday, Friday  and  Saturday  10 to 5  l.HOWN EQGS  The general pub<ie prefers thu  brown eggs to thu white. It is untile*,  to argue Lhat the composition of nil  eggs is the stune, uud . thut the ditfec-  .ni'u in color of shell it. accounted  lor by ihu variation iu the breed ol  buds. However, public opinion must,  have pre'fui'tinue, uud there is no doubt  1 ha I u basket of gout l-ai/wl bro wo  ..hulled eggs, is more uttraotivu thu*,  \. UU v. ;>lielled urn-M, and uvttn ��.uu>  i.lauds n U-tler price at market. Most  poultry keepers tire aware that nun  | sit ting breeds lay white-shelled, and  the aiiling,t> pr those which ilirtpluy  broody pi open-mien, brown or liuted  eggs, aud it should be further known  that invariably the latter birds are  associated with winter egg production,  aud possesses table properties iu addition, A choice can be made fruta  many excellent breeds, whilst orosi-  I-reeds, can also I, i satisfactorily utU*  ized. ���* j  The fowls which lay eggs with the  deepest colored shell., will be found  among hi Lungshuus, JMymouih Hook*.,  Rhode Island Keds. Orpingtons, Wyuu-  <loiie:<, and SesHel, ami although it  is claimed that the Luugshuu holds the  palm for the darkest tihell, some  strains of Orpington, notably the  white variety, prese hard for premier  jHjtfiliou .-.Intel the eggs are much  larger. The Ulauk OrpiugLun, in it*  original manuiaoture. pussesyod ljiug-  shiiii blood, hence darkish brown eggs  are generally laid. The egg* of the  1'lymouth Houk are decidedly attsrao  tive in color, und the kurdinuse and  prolificacy of the breed are well-  known. Many excellent uroases will  give tho desired result. The male bird  utilized sl>>uld always he ol the non<  sitting varieties and the liens and pullets af the .more massive nr sitting  thut the progeny hatched from such  breeds; ami it must be horno io mind  crosses always possesses tin egg-laying  characteristics of the parent birds,  whilst the style shape und carriage  follow that of ! lm male bird.  The claims ol the Minorca, Leghorn, Anoona, or Cumpiue, must not  be overlooked, in suoh crosses, as  cocks or cookereli mated to any hens  of sitting breeds,w ill) ensure not only  brown she-Ms, but extra large-sited  eggs being laid, especially if the pedigree or strain of the parent bird is  investigated.  Sl.KEP AND OROW THIN  Among thu various medical appliances ou exhibition at the Imperial ln-  hitiuLn, South Kensington, is oue for  tukiug ufcoroitio while one sleepa. The  patient lies on u chair lined with me  tul plates which, are connected to an  clalmi ale apparatus at the side, lie in  then Covered with heu\�� suudbagu, and  uu electrical currant is connected with  (hu metal plates, the result being that  his musclee con tract ami relax in oou-  lequenoi of the working of the eleutri-  :ity. This force* up the weight of the  sandbags,  and    so the man undergoes  igorous uxurciso of the muscles by the  use of the electrical energy instead  Ids own energy. This vicarious expenditure of energy is said to reduce superfluous weight very rapidly while  causing the patient ho little inconvenience lhal he can sleep ull the time  if ho disposed.  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to aell or if you  want to buy, aee  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about il.  If you want your harness pro-  perly and quietly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Tliomlin.on ia  your man.   Ha specialise, in  Harness Repairing  and put. hand sewing into all work  done.  Firat store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  T11..ICATI.N   liXTl-UlflNATKlN  YUKON FOXKS  UK  A rifWuuuthiv ut Whrtehorae comments  un ilr.' continued vjijituit- ol young fox-,  nt, in thu Yukon, us follow.:  "iVox fanning in becoming no popular nml profitable that there il danger ot the tHiiiifo of aupply being depleted. 'I'he wholesale capture of  young foxes thut ia being practised iu  I In' Yukon at present will, if ulloweil  lo I'oiitiiiuu, noon destroy the fox in-  dimlry in thu territory. All oolore nnd  Kiinlcn mrt being taken, n-;iuilles.   of  nine. l.ugialution U needed badly;  otberwiau there will be no ioxee to  Iter, December, .lummiy, Kebruury aud  take within u very few yeare. Novem-  Mni'i-h Hhoiitd i-inislil.uto the opon ilea-  Hon for luxes, and the balanoe of the  year they ahould lie immune from capture. The fox itidiiHtry in thia territory ie u big one, but it will not laat  long if the young ones are oaptund  More Ihey ure two mnnthe old."  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  < j#  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  OVRHIUtOWBKU ni.ASQOW  Mr. I'uter Fyle, the chief eanitory in-  H|wctor for (iluegow, in hie annual  report oommnnta upon the iuoroaeing  population of Greater Qlasgow, whioh  uow totale 1,1115,165, dwelling upon  nn area ol HI.IH!) Bquare acrea. This  ie oipml to 53 persons to the aore, ae  ugninst 21 in Liverpool', 38 in Manchester, Hi in Birmingham and Sheffield,  21 in Leeds and 29 in I'Minburgh.  A. E. COX  Succewor >o H. 1 lorrocka  Water Street, near Opera House  P.O Box 671 Phone.65  We Buy Everything Uaed in the Houae  Call end inspect our atock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  eic.  SPECIAL:  I Hand Sewing Machine  (new)  I Bed Lounge  I Heavy Buck Cookstove  I Kitchen Cabinet  Sewing Machines for Rent  If your eyes arc iriyinp ,vou trouble,  or your glaases need cbanjing, consult'  Knowles, the optician.     -.  RIO PRICE PAID FOE SILVER  POX SKIN ��  'I'he highest prioe ever paid at (he  London sales lor a Bilver (ox skin  was ��2, !KK��. The next higheat wae  t2,70O and a hall dozen have been sold  for (2,500 or more. At the preaent  . Itiiiic, the average prioe la around 1300  Infnough the best ranch fofies will bring  about ��1,200.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BBR\ARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeet Studios in the lnterier  Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna THUBSDAY, 0('TonI'll; -2, 1H13.  KELOWNA 1BCOKD  I' I  STORE NEWS  Better Merchandise for Less Money  AT THE CASH STORE  NEW Fall Goods are arriving daily. It PAYS to buy for Cash. You don't  have other fellows' bills to pay. We are most enthusiastic over our  Cash System and we have a right to be. It speaks well for Kelowna and district,  everybody paying cash for their merchandise even when money is tight elsewhere  oots and Shoes  for  the   Whole Family at prices that save y_ou money.    Our  stock   Never  Was  So  Large   Before.  WALK-OVER Shoes for men and women.    Let  your  next  pair be WALK-OVER SHOES  Smart Overcoats  Overcoats in smart effects, such ns fine Melton nnd  t'heviots. Whitneys and ChineliillHB in the new Blues,  Hrown, Green end London , snuff Brown. Prices  from   .12.50 to $37.00  Winter Suits  We task yon to note lho great variety of suits. Suits  styled especially for every age and figure, for all kinds  of weather and hu- every occasion. Hair line stripes  in all colors nnd compound mixtures, in mill finished worsteds are tlie neweBt favorites. Prioee  from   115.00 to |85.00  A great array of Fall Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys  THE TRIPLEX SWI.ATBB.  Medium weight reversiblel collar which can be turned inside making n "V" neck. Knitted from Baldwin solid  worsted yarn in plain colors.  Prices   Utt.76 to $li.f��ll  EUREKA BRAND  Underwear for men ,81.50 per garment. This line is well  made for hard service. All pure wool. Double breasted  heavy winter weight. Sizes 31 to 13, Per Garment ...'Sl.50  SWEATER COATS.  Knit in fancy stitch*, from pure worsted yarn, high military collnr, also "V" neck, two pockets, ribbod duff, ool-  ors, Myrtle and Maroon, Oxford snd Grey, Tan and  Brown, Navy and Cardinal, also plain Blue, Khnki, Fawn,  Grey and TanJ Prices   12.50 to $5.00  HOYS' IMPORTED WOOL JERSEYS.  Mini'' from pure wool yarn, Medium weight, oloeesy knit,  in plnin and fanoy colors. Prices   $1.00 to $3.35  Special Values in Children's Knitted Garments, Blankets and Hosiery  BABY'S WOOLY TOOTSIES.  Hade from purest cream wool, fleeoy inside and top  prettily trimmed with ribbon and Ruohe. Speoial per  pair ���,  76o.  VIYELI.A BOOTEES. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Knitted in nice fine milch with high top. Them are exceptionally grnid value. 'I hese little garments are very  pair  46c,  INFANT'S WOOLY JACKETS.  This line inoludes sonie splendih valuee. Some with oollare  Some in "V" nook stylo. Theao little garments are very  warm and oonfortablc, just the thing for the chilly morning!. Prioe* from 75e, to   $1.65  FLANELLETE BLANKETS.  Good large double bed size in White and Grey.     Made in  nice soft yarn, very warm and oosy. Speoial per pair $1.50  CHILDREN'S SWEATER COATS.  Wo are showing an exceptionally  Brown and "V" neck sweater* in  White, Navy. Sires 1 to 6 y��ar*.  LADIES' SATEEN SUNBURNT 1'LEATEN UNDERSKIRTS.  These skirls rue the very latest design. Are very suitable  for preaent narrow  skirts. Mad* in a good quality of Sateen In colors of navy, Rlaok, Brown and Royal. Speoial  eaoh    :,: $1.60  CHILDREN'S RIBBED CASHMERE  In colors of Blaok, Tan, Cream,  per pair   good value in Buster  colors ot Grey, Cardinal  Speoial eaoh   $1.35  BOYS WORSTED HOSE.  A good line of strong hose, all wool, seamless, or spliced  heele and toes, sizes' 6 to 10. A good stocking at a reasonable prioe, three pair for   $1.00  SPECIAL VALUES IN FLANELLBTTE.  This is an exceptionally good line. Comes in Whit*     and  Pink, 31 inches wide. Speoial 7 yards for   $1.00  LADIES BLACK CASHMERE HOSE.  In soil yarn of Llnmn finish. Blaok only. Site* 8J to    10  fpeeial, per pair  40c.  HOSE.  Sis** H to 6*. Speoial    36c.  We are showing ��ome pretty new models in Ladies' Hatsand to-day have received a further shipment of Ladies' White Felt and also some  stylish knockabout Tweed  Hats.   These goods are very n.)derately price J and should prove an attraction to those thinking of securing a fall hat at a low figure  Richmond's Gash Store  The Home of the Economical Buyer  KELOWNA, B.C.  PCTHHf  .  I KElvOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER ii, 191$".   , i res.  FAMOUS POKER GAME FOR A  FORTUNE  Btbck in the '60��. when the northern  portion of,    the Territory     of Dakota  was hardly more than a bleak waste  of uncultivftt.nl ground,    the town of  Pembina  WfiR founded by  Rnos  Stuts-  ......i,  who    wm a man an remarkable  for hii ecctaitriuit lea ai Hie win for hie  piiVHicul deformity. He emigrated to  Dakota from the huckleberry iliitrictfl  of (Connecticut and located in the tip  per Red RiveT vailed where he filed and  proved up on M-Jn acrei nf hfnd. Ii  watt the ground on whu'h IVmbina now  standi*. He hnd, lhe head and body of  a fciant. but hia leg* Wflffl hardly more  than a foot long, and he waft unable  to travel without the aid of two ���horl  and powerful ortltohn. He wat* n very  uhrewd, calcubtLing fellow nnd noon  became a recognized leader among the  handful of emigrantII who had taken  up their places in hi* neighborhood.  Am a [Hilitii'nl iliplomi.1 he inner had  an equal in the territory. For lour  con.wuti.i. years he waa chairman of  tht, council in id.' iippt-r branch ol  (hu territory U^hIiiI i*��, and he was  ona of lhe moat fatnotia draw-po!;er  plavet-x in the territory. He numbered  among hit clone friends a pioneer nmn-  '���I dud l.uMniir.', who owned a line of  stage coaches running betwefn <!rund  Fork* ami' iY.,.l*!u...  It was these two men who plt.ye-1 the  belt game uf poker that waa ever  played in the territory. The game was  played in the old I .ewe Hotel in Yankton, in l^ti'2, and it hotted from ten  o'clock on Friday morning to three o'clock on Sunday morning. During its  progress the people of the town assembled in the hotel and watched the  two meu as they fought like bulldogs  over the pile of red, white and blue  check h.  The legislature was. in session at the  time, and as Stutsman, who was the  chairman of the council refused to  leave the game, that branch o( the  legislature adjourned until the following Monday and Ihe meml>ers wutched  Ihe game to the finish.  Marly in the game, Stutsman's hick  ffai wonderfully good, and he played  with a reeklessnesR that surprised everyone. Later on the tide turned  against him, and tlie chips began to  flow in the direct inn of l.aMotire, who  with his slouch bat pulled uwr his  eyes, was wal citing every move of his  op|>onent. Slowly and surely, the chips  went over lo LaMoure's Hide of Ihe  table, aud Work whi.t trick or artifice  he tVoutd he could nol turn (hem back  Matters went on in this way until  past midnight on Saturday, when  Stutsman threw two -fTsI bills on the  pile of chips in the centre of the (able  and called a 8100 bet made by I.a  Moure, Stutsman held a Icing full on  (pieens and he fell sum Ihe pot was  his, but when l.aMoure threw down  his cards there were four deuces, .and  Stutsman, grilling his teeth exelain  ed: 'dud, I tell you what I'll d<  You've won ��-.800 of my money. If  you'll put ftl.WHfwith it I'll atake the  townsite of Pembina ..gainst yon, and  will play for it in a lump to win or  lose tn one deal."  The men ahook hands.  According to the agreement tho bind  wat to be dealt by K. A. Williams, of  llismark, tbe speaker of the house of  representatives, the carde to be ihrow-i  on the table face up. When the fix-  cards had been dealt each ma>t Whs to  discard and draw, the cards biing  thrown up by the dealer as Itefoic,  and when the highest card had  berii drah the highest hand was to  lake the pot.  Incitement ran high, and to prevent  any trickery on his part Williams was  seated in (he centre of the   able    with  his lega tdrned' under like      Turk,    iu  the trull glare of the oil lamp (hat, was  suspended from the ceiling. The many  friends of the tw<j men crowded arouud  the table,  and Williams was threatened if he should in any way manipulate  the cards so as to give either man any  advantage.    Deftly   Williams    shuttled  the cards,  and squaring LJbam, slipped  one from the lop of the pack and laid  it down under dud's nose. It was    a  deuce.   Stutsman caught   the queen  of  spades. The next card came off     and  dud  caught   another  deuce.  I'he thre>  spot of spades turned up under Stute-  tnan's noso nnd his brow wring led    a  little.    .Again the cards fell and   dud  plated the ace of diamonds beside his  two deuoee,  while the jack    of spades  looked  into    Stutsman's   face.    Once  more the dealer laid  down  (he cards,  and dud claimed the (pi en   of clubs,  whilo his opponent  caught  the aoe of  spades. Stutsman's faoo began to glow,  Ho saw a possibility of catching     a  fhish,  but the next card to him   wns  a heart.  Howe.er   dud had no better  hand  and    held  his    deuces, drawing  three cards.    .Stutsman's friends tried  to prevail on him to draw four cards  to the ace, but he wouldn't listen   to  them,    and    discarded the heart,    he  drew ono card, hoping to fill the flush.  The onlookers wore wild when WiHiams  threw throe cards to Jud. Th��y    iell  face up~the queen of   clubs, the jack  of diamonds and ten spot of spades.  He had not bettered his hand and bis  opponent smiled grimly as he saw how  severely fortune.! must snub him now  if he failed to bring him a winning  hand; for if he paired any of the  four cards he held he,must beat Jud'fi  chance, besides there was a possibility  of his filling a flush, ilude had evident  ly 'lost hope, and he rested hie arms  on the table and doggedly watched  Williams as he turned lo Stutsman  and slipped a card from llie pack. All  Stretched their hecks to catch High!  of the card. It was lhe eight spot of  clubs. The game was over, dud hail  won, and us he shoved Ids hand over  the table to Stutsman (he hitler took  it and shook it as though he had for*  gotten it had played havoc with his  finances.  Stutsman kept his word and di-ede I  the :...ii acres of land lo l.aMoure. La-  Moure holds much of (hat land today,  although he sold a large portion of it  and realized many thousands of dollars.  The railways have since given  bina a boom, aud the land that  won  in   IB63 by  (wo deuces  in  worth hundrid. of Ihoupnnds of  tars.  Stutsman died in 1880, He was hui-  ried in the lonely cemetery on the  hillside half a mile north of Pembina.  Tho only monument to his memory is  Ihe county of Stutsman.  'em  was  now  dul-  SAl'SAdKS WRAPPED IN PBTRR  THF GREATS U-TTI.I.S  The St. Petersburg correspondent of  he "Berliner Tageblatt." describes how  some autograph letters of the Czar  Peter lhe Ureal were discovered' there  iu a herring and sausage shop, where  they were being used as wrappers, IV  ler the (Iroat had a long correspondence with Count Tatischelf, thu president of the (.overnmcut mines in the  I'ral mountains, over the question ol  the disposal of .the riches contained in  Ihe mines. Those letters of the Czar  were bequeathed by the Count to the  olTicial, museum of the min. s in l-.l.atu  er'mburg. The present management of  the mines recently conceived the Idea  uf selling all lho old deeds, but. they  did not f eel called upon to satisfy  themselves as lo the contents and purport of tht> literature unearthed The  deeds were all lumped together, and  lliree weeks ago Well' put up to uue-  i.ion. The whole of the supposed,  "waste paper," which was r.N.lly  worth scores of thousands of pounds,  went for 'id. The buyer was the proprietor of a large number nf provision  shops, including some sausage shops.  Dnerdavn professor, who was nn .".uii  (|tiary, noticed that tho girl behind  the counter, in one of these shot.suus  wrapping up his sausage in a peculiar  kind of paper with a crown on it. -Hs.  looketl al il mote clo.-ely, and soon  saw that he held in his hand a 'most  important autograph letter of lhe Czar  Pater. He went at once an the sausage dealer lo find oul how ihis extraordinary literature <ame into his  hands, and learned the manner of it,  as hns lust  been rclulcd  The post yf t-overuor-tJeneral of Can  nda on the retirement of the Duke of  Connaught has been odered lo Field  Marshal Lord Alethuen. He is likely lo  accept, is the announcement made in  the London Hy slander.  A young son of K. C Holden, of  Penticton, was so seriously injured in  a gun accident last Saturday that it  was found necessary to amputate the  right arm���the result of an accidental  dischnrge of a shot gitn while hunting  with his brother. %  The Kettle Valley Hailway Company and the C.l'.R., are applying to  Ihe Hoard of Railway Commissioners  for lhe sanction of a traffic agreement recently entered into by (he two  co hi pa n ios.  Some of the big I rees iu Stanley  Park, Vancouver, are dying and leading forestry experts of the Dominion  are being asked lo mako an examination aud suggest means of combatting  lhe ravages of (ho insects and fungi  that are believed to be responsible for  the trouble.  A now world's record for spaed by  eroplane, was made at Kheims, France  by Smile Vedrlnes, who flow (12,1 miles  over a measured course at an average  of IIH miles nn hour. Tho old record  was II14 miles an hour, made by Maurice Provost, at Paris on June J>7.  Pegoud, the marvelous '"upside-down'  aviator eclipsed all hia previous efforts  at Brooklands during-ihe pant *'Hk,  In a Hleriot monoplane from a luight  of ;.IM>0 feet he dropped downward, Uii  first, and swung over on his bad', My  ing upR.de down for nearly a mir.-.te.  Next, with his machine in a n.rmnl  position he soared upward, nnd thru  with an. eagle's swoop dowuw.ml,  turned two complete somersaults in  the air. Each loop described a > i.clo  of about one hundred and ten yards  In circumference1. The spectators -.ere  thrilled by his amazing antics.  Sa^e your money and wait  Sale opens Wednesday  Oct. 8th, for 4 days Only  A  The   Boldest   Clothing    Sacrifice   on  record takes place at the  Cut Price Store.   Come.  Great Bankrupt Selling Out Sale  of Two Big Stocks at the Cut Price Stoie, corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.    The Scotdr Clothing House at Kamloops quits the  clothing business and accepts our ridiculous low offer.  Now For a Sale that will startle the mercantile world  Come. Nothing like it in past history of Kelowna. Every man can  save here on his purchases of Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes,  at the great selling out sale of Scotch clothing stock and the Bankrupt Sale ofthe Big Vancouver stock. Two stocks merged into one. Come.  Buildinrr   Plr><5p.r!    *or n wee"'  "to*'c l0 ^= rem:lr'iec' an{' rearranged for the big crush coming.  Come.  UllUing   V^lOaCU    Qet your  sJlare ���[  thin  monster  sacrifice.     Doors  open  to  musses Wednesday,  October 8lh, at 10 a.m., for Four Days Only.  Over $27,000 Worth of fe/^-S^'  I hits, Furnishings, Shoes nnd Children's Apparel, &c, lo  Le slnuehtercd  nt  prices lhat will set  tlie  whole  community wild with excitement commencing  AY, Oct. 8th  at 10 a.m., and will continue for 4 days Only, ending  Saturday night, October 11th  The laU day, Saturday, October 1 1th, store will remain closed till 6 p.m.     Stock  is  to  be  re-marked and  rearranged for the whirlwind  It will Pay You to Attend  Il will pay you lo come 100 miles to attend this great  Bale, whioh is the nightioet ever attempted in U. C.  Uorald Uio woiulorliil news, notify your friends and neighbors,  iWn conic wilh tho crowds. Let nothing keep you away il  you want to nave monoy. Sale will positively open, rain or  ahin:', Wednesday, October Sth at IU a.m., and will con-  liliiin for 1 daya only, onding Salurday night, Oot. llih. The  lii-.l day, (Saturday) llio store will not lio opuB till  li p.:;,. ; ,, :. irf lo bo remarked, llulow wo qnoU a fow  of lho hundreds of startling bargains.  The Hour is set, the Date you know  Halo for 4 days only. Don't allow ihis opportunity to  pass tn save monoy on your fall and winter needs. These  nminmn li 11 !���'���������' will be distributed into the homes of the  per,pie nt less than tho aotual cobI of the raw material.  Rejtnnlnji Wednesday, Ootober Rth at 10 a.m., the  Whole combined stock must bo sold iu a hurry. The  sensational and ridiculous low prices will amass and dumbfound the most skeptical. Clothing will bs sold lor the mere  cost of the linings and buttons, furnishings at the cost of  yardage; shoes given ����>).  Hundreds of Men's Suits to be sacrificed  Come and buy Two for tho price of One  MEN'S SUITS- positively worth In ...  $10 or your money ralundud. Any t*,yO  time during the Bankrupt Sale    SUITS-- Worth lo $15.00 or your - ._  monoy refunded. Any lime during this J.Oi)  llaukrupt  Sale      MI'.N'S SUITS.-   In high   grade  dark  silk   mixed  ohoviots,   splsni ,d    tailor-    �� QC  ed.    Itegular    .price to 818.00.  nipt Sale I'rice   Hank-  llluo Sorgo, Black Thibet and Untin-  ished worsted Suits; also Kiohiield  Brown, and Brown stripes. Suits  that sell up to ,.22.60. Bankrupt  Sale Prion  ,   8.95  Shoes almost Given away  MION'.H  BOOTS- For business   wear, p  lhat     mean    servico    and     comfort,    I.JJ  worth to $3.50; now    MICN'S FINE' BOOTS.- Made .rom  selected call skin and viol kid; best  workmanship and finish; worth up  to $6.00; now   $2.05, $3.45 and  1.95  SUITS.-- Perfectly tailored, il seems _ -^  a pity lo soil thorn so low; regular "."D  price to $26.00. Bankrupt Sale Price...  FINEST   SUITS.- For     best     drses  wear,  ami thnso fashionable diagonal  grey     effects;     finest    hand tailoring, J J ^Q  up     lo $35.00. Bankrupt Sale  worth  Prioe .  Mon'B Fine RainooatB and Overcoats, . a-  worth lo $15.00, Bankrupt Sale 4a95  Price    Hats Almost Given Away  Hats, Soil     nnd Stiff, worth to $2.00  Sale I'rice       66c.  Big f/inr,    Hats,    worth up to $3.50.  Sale i'rico   05o,  Men's Pants Given Away  Mon'B Pants, worth up to $2.50,   now   115c. and 75c.  Mon'B Pants in grey stripes and plain  shades, dress wear; regular prioe     to  $6.00. Sale 82.45 and $1.65  ('orduroy Pants worth lo $4.00. Sale  I'rico   ��1.95  $5.00 and $6.00 Mackinaw Coats $2.85  Gents'Furnishing Slaughtered  Men's Shirts, regular   |it ices to $1.00.  Price  35o.  Men's Shirts, white aud fanoy patterns  prices $1.50 to $3.00. Price   85o.  Men's Underwear; worth to $1.50. Sale  Price   45o.  Men's Handkerchiefs;    worth   to  16c,  now 3 for   10c.  f'otton floso, worth to 2fio., now ... 5o  Men's   Embroidered  Suspenders, worth  lo 50c, Siili, Prioe   16c.  Mon'B Underwear, worth 60c, now 20o  15 and 25 cent Collars, all stylet, 5c.  daps, worth to $1,50, now   36o.  a  Sweaters and sweater coats, worth to  $3.00, now   86o.  OloveB, worth to 75c, now   26o  50c and $1.00 Cuff Buttons   16c  Overalls, worth In si.Ill), now   46o.  Bailors, worth to $3.00   46c  Ties, worth 50c, now   16c  I.adios Hose worth to 35c. now... 10c  25 and 35 cent Arm Bands   10c  KELOWNA'S GREATEST BARGAIN  GIVERS  CUT PRICE STORE  Corner Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave. .One Block South Bernard Ave. KELOWNA, B.C.  WARNING I Be sure and find the light place.    Merchandise exchanged and money refunded.  WANTED-25 S.le.pcople for Clothing, Furnishing, Hath Shoe..   Alao 10 Cash Boy..  LOOK���Free ride lo Kerowna.   Out town fares refunded one way within 25 miles to purchasers of $10 or more.   Come THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  kelowna tECoan  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  NS ECMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LI..I)., D.C.L., President  Amusements  ALEXANDER LAIRD  General Manage*  JOHN AIRD  A.Bistnuf General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 and  upwards Careful attention is given to every account Small account!  are welec   id.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Arcou & maybe opened In the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by anv one of them or by the survivor. a,  KELOWNA BRANCH   . H. G. PANGMAN, Manager  " It** an ill breeze that blows nobody any good "  COKE BREEZE  BENEFITS EVERYBODY  It is superior to hard coal;  entirely free from slack '��� absolutely smokeless ; leaves very  little ash; makes a clean, bright  fire ; is cleon to handle; and  never smuts the pipes  Price, $13 per ton  STEAM COAL  Suitable for hot water heating plants.    $12 per ton.  ALSO  ALL KINDS OF FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Order Early before the winter rush  WHITEHEAD & CO. ��=  307  (fflft  9  ���9  Cal  &  ��3  C3  (as}  aJSJ��  C3  ' "3  &*)  ���<$  (SI  tSl  The New Gurney-Oxford  Range Has Solved The  "Help Problem"  Everywhere women are coping with the same  difficulty��� the securing of domestic help.  A Gurney-Oxford with its wonderful devices  for the saving of time and labor enables you to Le  independent, if from necessity or choice you ere  without a servant.  The Divided Flue distributes the heat evenly  throughout the oven, and by means of the Economizer the temperature is determined, kept constant,  or changed as desired. It is easily controlled by a  little lever working around six notches.  Dough and batter-mixtures will always be  light, thoroughly cooked, and nicely browned.  This stove saves you the dreaded black leading  process for it has an unchanging polished top.  If you must do your own work you ewe it to  yourself and to your family to spend leso time In the  kitchen.  a  No woman need be a drudge with a Gurney-  Oxford range.  D. Leckie - Kelowna  ���8?  ���S  ���&,  ���.>  &  tf.  (3  ��29  |��2J��  &  m  THE VERSATILES  *      FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  P. Stuart-Whyte's all star Engliah  comedy company, the "Versatiles" who  will return to the Kelowna Opera  House tomorrovv, Friday and Saturday   evenings   Oct. 3rd and 4th.  On Friday evening the company will  present the London Musical success,  "Up the River," a very, amusing comedy conceit of a new and novel situa*  tion.  The scones are laid aboard a houne-  boat on which a party of pleasure  Hookers are spending the week end.  The laughable absurdities arising from  such n situation can be easily imagined.  The Saturday bill is also given a  novol sotting, aB tho action takes place  on a tourist car. This piece is a musical adaption derived from the same  source as the recent New York comedy success "Excuse Me".  The company carry a full scenic  production for each of these pieces,  together with a dozen changes of costume. There are a score of sure  fine song hits in each performance.  Roth pieces are preceded by the old  country Pierrots in a short program  of song and dances.  NEW ENGLISH  COMEDY COMPANY  Manager Duncan of the opera house  has made final arrangements for the  first appearance here of Messrs G, R.  Buroh and P. M. Porterja all English  Comedy Company in Hurry Nichol-'s  and W. Lestoeji's celebrated and intensely humorous three act farce, entitled ".Tane". Tho performance to take  placo on Tuesday, Oct, 11th, for one  night only.  The company consists of ten people  nil actors and actresses from some of  the best  known  English Touring com-  1  MISS A1LEEN MACDONALD  Leading lady with Matin.  I.un It and Foitet'i Company who will play  the title role in " Jane."  panies, led by Miss Aileen Mncdonald,  of "The Belle of New York" company  from the,Shaftesbury Theatre, London.  Miss Macdonald wilt enact the title  role, while W. Riohnrds and M. Cus-  tanco will play "Charles Shackleton."  Among the excellent supporters that  will1 be gives them, wo may mention  the    names    of    Miss   Oraee    Gutgrie,  RICHARD M. CUSTANCE  Stafe Director, who will ptay, Charlca Shackleton,  in "Jane."  Firth and Mr. Lonton Manifold  tiibsou, who have lately arrived in B.  C, after a long engagement with Oscar Asuhe and Lily l.n.yton, in Australia and New Ztmlnnil. and Mr. Percy Settle, who has recent ly toured  China and Japan with the Bruudman  Musical and Comedy company. Tlifl  company is undoubtedly a struu'< one,  and we recommend h perusal of -in  interesting little circular issued by tho  management, giving details of the  caste, scenes etc., and a slight sketch  of the individual career of esoh artist. The plot is in the joint author's  beat vein, and the piece hoe gained a  remondoiiH reputation in England,  having been played at the Comedy  Theatre, London for ft run of over 3(H)  l-erformnnces and being toured in thc  old country at the present time under  the management of the Authors.  WHEN JUDGING A HORSE  In judging a homo he should always  bo made to stand still.'Defeoti in tho  limbs or feet that would be unnoticed  while in motion, will, Bays a contemporary, be plainly seen by his care to  rest weak or disoased muscles  whon standing still. If perfectly sound  he will stand firmly on all four logs,  the feet flat on the ground nnd without moving. If one heel is raised disease of the navicular bone, or at least  tenderness, is probable.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All AngeU' Church.  Holy Communion, firat and third Sunday* in tha  month at 6 a.m.; aecond and fourth Sundaya, after  Morning Prayar,  Litany on the firat and third Sundaya.  Meaning Prayer at II   o'clock;   Evening Prayer at  7:30.  St. Andrew'g, Okanagan Mission.  Firat and third Sunday in monui, Holy Communion  at 6 a.m.   Matina and Litany, 11 a.m.  Evemong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion al 11  Evanaong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE, B.A. R��*tor.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Aaaiatant Priwt.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  Morning Service* at II a.m.. evening aerviceaat 7;>0  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:10 p.m.  Weekly Prayar Meeting on Wadnaadaya at I p.m,  Rev. A. DUNN, B.D., Paator.  BENVOULIN PWB8BYTEEIAN  CHUBCH  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.       Sunday School 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m.      Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.45 p.m.      Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Paator.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m,  Sunday School at'2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wedneaday at S p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Cliurcli, hllice St.  Sabbath Service, al 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School al 2.30 p.m.      All welcome.  Wed. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welah, P.,tor.  DON'T  TRUST  to memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy  or girl. Memory plays  strange tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year or so will  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  GRAYS STUDIO  ROWCLIEFE BLOCK  Thursday, Friday and Saturday  10 to 5  ADVERTISING TilK APPLE  Two advertising campaigns are under contemplation on the ooaat immediately cunoorning the fruit growers.  One of these emanates from the Okan-  guu growers, and provides for proper  publicity for (hu fruits of this valley  ou the prairies uud on the coast. The  other (ii ih-- conception oi the North  Pauifio UistributorH, who plan a big  Ouuipaigu tu popularize that most delectable of all fruits���tho apple.  Il is pleasing to'nolo (hat the latter campaign iu ' not planned on the  Inn':- of .taiim. Day iu ('aliforuia, but  that it has selected as its task tho  work oft educating the trail.- nnd the  consuming publio on the right time to  market and to eut a given variety of  the fruit���a tnBk absolutely prerequi-  it.<! to any great enlargement of demand.  An exchange nays there has been u  woeful lack of intelligent method in  marketing the boxM apple of the Pacific Northwest, and costly laok of  system all along the lino. It !b doubt-  if one retailer in ten has correct knowledge regarding the time of maturity of  even the most stundard sorts, The inevitable result huB l>eei) to prejudice  millions of householder., against tfcis  kind of fruit. Attracted by tho beauty  of thoir grooer's display, they have  ordered and tried to consume the various varieties at -the wrong time. They  have been selling Arkansas Blacks in  December-and Wagoners in April when  it should have been the other way  round.  Nothing short of hi.; c. ��� .perative organizations oan overcome this serious obstacle in the way of enlarging  the consumption of the sppK  HIGH CLASS  Dressmaking  G. E. Scott has opened  her Dressmaking Parlors  and invites a trial order  Room No. 6  NEW WILLITS BLK.  Fit and Style GuaranUed  ��.8.  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Houaea on Wilaon  Avenue.  Containing three Bedroom., Dining nnd  Living room,, Kitchen end Beth room..  Electric Light end City Water. Finished  in Miction, Ceiling. Beamed, Plate rail etc.  Alio one containing two Bedroom., Living  room, Kitchen and Bath room, Summer  Kitchen and Baaement, electric light and  city water. Fir (inuhing througout.  Both have large Iota,  For terma & prices of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilaon Ave, or P. O. Box 12, Kelowna,  SMOKE  UP ! !  Lovers of the! fragrant  weed will be pleased to  learn that we have put in  an up-to-date department  of their requirements, in  cigars our leader will be  the  BIG BEAR  which has been manufactured especially for us and  is a good cigar from one  end to the other. It ia  excellent value at the regular price of 2 for 25c,  but every Saturday we  will Special it at  3 for 25c, or  $4 per box of 50  P. B. Hits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  WE'RE OPEN  AND WE'RE HERE TO STAY!  THE  STORE  ITS A REAL TREAT  just to come in and look at  the many new goods. Nothing over 25c., and every  -   - article a good value -   -  Our variety includes:  Tinware, Glassware. Candy, Toba cos, Stationery and  Fancy Goods, Dry Goods Specialties, Toys, Postcards  and Souvenirs, Chinaware and Woodenware, Household  Necessities and School Supplies  Kelowna Smallware Co.  WATER STREET.   Just around corner (rom Bank of Montreel. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBI.R 2, MS.  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock (or Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported Frencli seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Dclici jus  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden,'  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  D'Anjou  Boussock  Du Comic  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bine  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock  has  Won   lis  Own   Reputation  Price List nn Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TOWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  Rich  Sparkling Cut Glass  Cut China is now in strong demand iu the best circles nl  society. We have n lovely assortment of Gundy-Clappeiton  Co's famous clover leaf line. The beautiful designs, the  peifection in cutting, and the massiveness cf the ware, easily  distinguishing it from the cheaper lines. Call in to-day.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowlej Block, Kelowna. B.C. ��� ��� Phone 270  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  1 aiiiimtti | uiniil.e.! on all kindi ol buildingi,      Retidencei and Modern  Bungalowi a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I tiave a full line of interior decoration!, cnniiiting of (lie latest and moit up*  .oblate wall hanging!.     Call and inapect my atock uf Wallpapers and get my  eatimate on your apring painting and  decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and Genta' Rubber Heel,  of the Beat Makea  P.O.Box 12  IE. ENGLAND  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR  I Plant.   Specification a   and    Estimates |  Furnished  ician  Bernard Avenue      ��� -       Kelowna. B  K*>\. I). .1. Welch lefl for Summer  liuul iliia morning.  Mia*    Lena  Wilson toft Friday     f"i"  u month'., vacation at the count.  ��� ��  *  ���  Mr. John Levitt waa �� pnRsongot' on  Hat unlay morning's boat.  ��� ��   *  ���  Mm. Chick loft  for n brief visit to  the coast on Sunday luni.  ��� *   ���  ���  Tha  Uav.  Mr.  (loinlanron   ol  IVach  html arrived in town Saturday n-o.n*  Ing.  ��   ���   ���  ���  Mrs. .;. ... McKay will not receive  again until the first Tuesday In No  vutnbcr.  ��� ���   *  a  Mr. Angiia McMillan lofl on Monday  movnlng for tha const on a nooj'l.'  uci'l.s holiday.  Thn S.S . Okanagan linn lieon Hying  nor slcrn trap nt half mast lately ( n  aooount of thn death of t'apt. Alfsmo  of  lho S,   S.   Itosslnml.  Mi. T. Mori limn returned to the  oily Saturday afternoon nfter Rponding  lit dttya <in tlm count wh.*ni Ito took in  tin- Soattlc and  Victoria  fairs.  M,-. .1. Hall, who has hnen n vUl  ior al Hit" homo of her daughlnr, Mi*.  II. (', JunkitiH for lho pnsl few wwkti  loft  for Kndnrby Saturday  ��� ���   ���  ���  Thr Krlowna Rugby football taam  journeyed to Vornon lust Saturday  and returned tho oiwy winners of a  wdl played gntno.  ��    a     a    ft  The pustor's topics in tho Methodist  ohttruh on Sunday are! II ti.it.., "Man's  Master 1'at.sion" nnd l.'.U p.m. "The  Christian  Plato."  A sale of ho  cooking Will he held  on Saturday, Oct. Ith. I*j tlie Crosby-  terittn l.mlies' Aid in C t'. .Jnuelyn'a  real estate office fiom M to It p.m.  < 'tikes, pies, |)N ml, eamly and niter-  noon ten will In* on sale,  ��� ���   ���   *  Don't trouble Imlring enkca mid pies  on Saturdayj Dot.  Ith.    Come to the  sale of home OQOk.tlU in C I'. dOMflO-  lyn's real oatnto ofTice, glvon by the  1'iv-d., lerian l.ndloa1 A i * I, from II In  I! |,.,���.  ft       ft        *       ft  He- Dominion Rxprone Co,, stale  i luti ii refrigerator ear in ntnttoned nl  Okanagan Landing for the purpose  of receiving fruit destined for uxhlbi-  llng nl the Winnipeg exhibition, (he  rules for transferring same lo ne half  ihe regular fruit  rate,  ��� ���   ���  ���  \ quiet woddlng took place in the  Catholic elmroh on Tuesday when l.i-v.  leather \ erheke united in Holy matrimony, Mr. Alphotise Houh-t and Mi- ���<  Mm. Hereron, holh of KUiflon dis-  triel. The happy couple left on the  afternoon's lioal foi- points down the  Like. Later (hey will mako their home  in Saskatchewan.  ��� ���   ���   ���  The Kelowna Lacrosse letiiu met de-  ���a-it twice hint week at the haitda of  the Kamloops aggregation before a  hove crowd, who wne in attendance  at     the    Kamloops    lair,  wliich  took  plni n  Wodm sda>,   I Ituradny     and  I'ridiiy, The gamed woru playod during  the afternoon. Thursday's gatno went  t<i tho home did) by a score of B to  SI, while Friday'* eonlesl was taken by  I. tn ;i.  ��� ���   ��   ���  The   h.irvesl    feHtival  BOrvioM   al   the  I lapttat churoh wow tvoU attended, oa*  peeiall> the evening service, when the  church was crowded. The program uf  muaic rendered by the choir under Mr,  Win. IVaiHon was much appreciated. During (he course of ihe evening  Mr. Welsh said that the service completed Ids fourth year of ministry in the  church. || was unnecessary lo remind the members and friends how Lhe  work had grown and whilst he hear-!  Illy thanked (hem for their strong rapport iu the pant it wa* tp he rem*  eiubereil that there was wtill much to  do, and he hoped that the coining  winter's program would receive the  co-operation und attention on behalf of  all.  ��   ���   *   ��  An important contract has linen signed hy Manager Ihincgii of the Opera  House with the Nbrthweet Theatrical  Association which, whether they know  it or nol should he hailed with profound Hutisfaction by ull putruna of  Ithe local theatre. Instead of having  to depeud entirely upon bookings of  independent stock compaui.s, uh hereto-fore, t he new arrangement means  that kehrwuu will be includ.d in the  circuits for such well known booking  _ centres as -lohn Corts, Rohubertl and  ^JlKlttw.i' BrlaDgeri, which handle most  ��� of the shows of any note travelling  the dominion.  Mr. ('has. Iluhlmrd returned to Kelowna on Saturday.  ��� ��    ft   a  \\r, fieo. Hays, with his wife and  child left  for Kevelsloke Tuesday.  ��� ���   a   a  Mr.  It.  Minns is away this week on  a visit to the coast,  ��   a   ���   ���  Mr, A. Miller, Inland revenue inspec-  lor, wan in town on Tuesday.  ��� *   ���   *  Mrs. 0. A. McKay loft on Tuesday  morning's    boat    for    a   'latt to lhe  const.  ��   ���   *   t  Mr, IL I'. Ilorrocks and family left,  for Kdtnonton on Sunday, en route for  the old country.  Ilr. .1. I). Paxton, government veterinary surgeon was in town last W.tjk  nnd on government  lmsin?ss.  ��� <   ���   ���  Dr. Mathison has moved this week  into new denial rooms over the new  Willits drug store.  Mr. W. Macdonald and Mr. T. (1.  Speer have shipped it quantity of fruit  to  the  New  Westminster exhibition.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Mrs. Knowles. sr., who h-s I;ten  slaying through the summer with Mr.  and Mrs. .1. IL Knowles iu leaving on  Salurday for her home at the coast.  Mr. II. Itluir, Mra. S. Elliott and  daughter, Mr, and Mrs. d. ii. Reekie,  Ml', <L K. Speer and Mrs. Shand of  Okanagan Mission were paseengers for  the coast   Saturday  morning.  Tha Kelowna Benevolent Society will  meet, at tlie home of Mrs. II. 11. Millie  on   the  afternoon  of Thursday,     (lot,  IHh.    Klection of officers, etc,     at :.  o'clock.  ���  ���  ���  ���  The Baptist church was decorated  for the Halves'! Festival last1 Sunday  with fruil, vegetables, aud ' * s,  largely donated by exhibitors ut ihu  fall  fair. The fruit, etc., was afterward  glvon to (he local hospital.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Mr. C, A. Crosby, supervisor ol the  Koyal Hank in British Columbia was  visiting the local branch thia week.  Mr. Crosby has jtisi returned from an  extensive tour of Kurope and (lie  Mediterranean . Hu wus very plcuH.*l  with the many si^us ol development  here iu Kelowna, both in the city and  dlrtrlot,  ��� *  *   *  Probably the most popular stock  compel)} traveling in western Canada  today is lhe Allen 1'layers. In nil previous visits Ihis company headed Ly  that celebrated versatile actress, Mi.se  Verna Pelton. has Invariably ifiven ab*  subtile satisfaction in I heir hi^-i rtaN  production of good clean, moral | 'aye  and popular comedies. Kelawna then-  liv-goers will again have the pleasure  of seeing Miss Pelton, supported ny  nn exceptionally capable company *��t  tin Opera House all next week in ft  Splendid repertoire ot popular drama  ami comedies, including auch well-  known plays as "Tlie Spendthrift"  ''The l.ntnhlers" "Noltody's Widow,"  "Thn Dawn of Tomorrow.' "t oven  Stockings" and "Get Hich Quick Wol-  llngford.", Miss Felton and Mra. Allen  Irving Kennedy, Chas. Connors and  Byron I'-agan are old favorites while  Norman I'Vnsier, Lillian Kiseher and  ICthyl MeFurlaiul will be introduced to  local nufHonooe,  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  The secretary of the Kelowna hospital. Mi*. (I. A. Fisher, acknowledges  (he  following donations for  AugUlt'*-  Mr. C'i Marty, tomatoes; (', ('. Piow-  se, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, cabbage; F. A. Taylor* bOJI apples; Watson Bros., plums, box apples; Mrs. ,1.  W.d ones, two linen tablecloths; Mrs.  Lemon, [itiiches; Mih. Willits, cream,  maple syrup, applest; Mr, I.mi. llarvey,  rhubarb; Friend, box apples, K. B.  l.ailey, tomatoes; Mr. Cosens, box tomatoes, crab apples, cabbage.  CAN NOW HOOK THBOflflH BLEEP-  KHS TO TIIK COAST  Travellers from Kelowna and (he  Okanagan generally will be glad In  hour, lhat beginning with Sept. 27th,  a regular sleeping car service is to be  run from thi1 Landing to Vancouver.  Passengers can book berth* here in  Kelowna along with their regular tickets and lie sure of getting the berth,  The difficulty in the past has been that  the agent here could not guarantee to  the purchaser of a sleeker ticket that  there would be a berth available when  he got to Sicamous. Me had to lake  his chances, and in lhe bill- season  they wore sometimes very slim.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There it only oue GLENMOKE. Don't min the opportunity of idecting a few acres of thii detirabla  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A  large  acreage will  be  planted  this  spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, Dalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely   purr, wiitcr.    Domestic- supply piped lo every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now  completely equipped  to supply all   your  lktnber needs.  We have now a large atock ot local and ceaat  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  nf  high-grade quality and In  splat-did coaditioa.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  J  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  Phone 217  Leckie Block  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumpa Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cnwiton Ave.       P.O. Box 541 THUBSDAY, OCTOBI.lt 2, 1913.  KEI.OWNA RECORD  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  RETURN OF THE FAVORITES  F. Stuart-Whyte's English Musical Comedy  .ompany  The  "VERSATILES"  Friday, Oct 3rd:  "UP THE RIVER"  Saturday, Oct. 4th:  "THE CANADIAN EXPESS"  School Honor Roll  for September  DivisioD 1  II  HI  IV  V  VI  VII  V11I  IX  X  XI  Attendant.  No. on Boll  29  88  38  31  33  33  30  Average  26.7  32.76  36.8  26.62  24.04  26.31  32.29  27.97  82.07  30.23  27.6  Complete scenic productions and beautiful costumes  Prices:    $1.50, $1 and 75c.  Seats on sale at Crawford's Book Store  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  ONE WEEK, commencing  MONDAY, October 6th  MISS VERNA FELTON  -AND-  The  Allen Players  In the best repertoire of standard and popular  Comedies & Dramas ever presented in this city  PRICES:  $1.00, 75c. and 50c.  Seat Sale and Plan at Crawf�� >rd's store  Total 356 329.29  Attendance p-M-centa^o 90.5  Division 1. Entrance:-. France fiuok-  lund, Nettie Harvey, liwart Fletcher.  Division II, Senior IV:��� Laura W.U-  on. Bloasoui Buck, Abbie Wilson.  Junior IV:��� Louise (..'..mpL.elsl, Opal  3'l.oinpuun, Kuthleen Mackenzie.  Division,111, Junior IV.���Albert Keith  Terence Crowley, Beatrice Wilion.  Senior 111:��� Charlie Stuart, Eileen  Fowler,  Dorothea,  Buck.  Division IV, Junior LU:������ Nellie  Jones, Flora Bell, Leonard Gaddes.  Division V. Junior IH:��� Eamaay  Forrest, Gilbert Clarke, Jamea Anderson.  Senior 11:���Vivian Walkem, Bessie  Haug, Margaret Sanders.  Division VI. Junior II. (A)��� Ltobort  Uyder, Stanley Whitehead, May Woolsey. (B) Geo. Oliver, Lulu Bouvette,  Matilda Oakus,  Division VII. Senior L ��� Bessie  Thompson, Henry Witter, I'nul Leon.  Junior I:���Alma Bawtinhimer, Alberta Small, Wong You.  Division VIII, Junior I:��� Balph  Ball, Howard Leathley, Alice Byrne.  Senior Primer II:��� Hilda Duggan,  Leonora Butler, Lydia J 000s.  Division IX, Jr. Primer II.��� Wallace  Meikle, Jack Kyder, Thelma Dillon.  Senior, Piimer I. ���Jennie Purvis  Geo. Newton, Gordon Watson.  Division X, (A):���Geo. Peters, (B),  Lily Scott.  Division XI, (A), Harry. Hubbard,  (B) James Sutherland, (0) Carl Stev  enson,  BRITISH COLUMBIA PIONEER DIES  AT VERNON  James McLaughlin, Lhe oldest? of the  pioneers of the Okanagan V alloy, a  man who often oatnpod on the s.1 *, ol  what is now the City of Vauojuver,  died in Vemon lust week after ,<-.vlng  lived lor five years under the oare of  the provincial government.  McLaughlin, who never married was  in the California gold rush of '49"  and made and lost a fortune during  the first Cariboo bonanza days. He  was 8.1 years of age.  The three big steel Howe truaa span  bridges over the Eaglu Uiver between  Itevelstoke and Sicamous ou the new  Okanagan-Kevelstoke road, will be  completed this autumn, according to  E. P. Girdwood, the engineer in  charge for the provincial government. The bridge a mile west of Taft  will l>e 110 feet' long, while those at  Malnkwii and at Sicamous will each  bo 140 feet in length.  Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed, "Tenders ior  Wharf at Summerland, B. C." will .be  received at this office until 4.00 p.m.,  on Tuesday, October 21, M3, foe the  construction of a wharf at Summer-  land, B. C.  Plane, specifications and form of  contract oan be seen and forms. of tender obtained at this Department and  at the office of F. W. Aylmer, B*t).,  Distriot Engineer, Chase, B.C., and on  applioation to the Postmaster at Summerland, B. C.  Persons tendering an- notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the ease of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and plaoe of reei-  dunoe of eaoh member of the firm must  be given.  Eaoh tender must be acoompanied by  1 accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order ol the  Honourable the Minister of Publio  Works, equal to ten per oont (10 p.o.)  of the amount of the tender,, whioh  will be forfeited ii the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do eo, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the chexjuf  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By Order.  R. C. DEST.OCHEHS,  Secretary.  Department of Publdo Works,  Ottawa, September 16,   1918.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  ivcrtisement it they insert it without  ithority from the Departin��nt. 4446  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  Notice to Growers  ' I 'HE Western Canners, Limited, are in a  position to handle all the ripe tomatoes  in  Kelowna���and then  some.    All growers  who have not contracts are at liberty to haul.  Western Canners, Ltd.  LEOPOLD HAYES,  Secretary.  D. H, sRATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phon. 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Suc.euor. to the Morriaon-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam asd Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinda.  Office and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  FOR SALE  I Drawing room .uite, Chippendale pic  ture., Solid Mahogany Booh can .nd  Secretary combined : I dining room auite,  Fumed Oak ���. Side Board, Dining Table,  Kitchen Uteusili. and Row Boat.  H. P. HORROCKS, Willow Araaua.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouae.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Elli. Street KELOWNA, B.C.  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coat*  And   ii  now   ready   to  take   order*   (or  made-to-meaaure garment, (or th. Crown  Tailoring Co. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  1 WANTED! 1  Prapaisl Rata*: 3 oenta par ward  firat taaartiaa aad 1 cant par word for  saak intn^mt Wartiou. Na .4., Inserts* (ar laaa lama 3t easts.  AJ* ol.ai.iMi a<a..r.icaaw*ta muat aa  paid far ia adraaoa owIbj ta tha aoit  attaaAac tha booking aad oharging ol  .���all  Caa. May We raonvad for thaaa adi  up ta It a.m., Thursday moraiaf.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOR SALE��� 36 aorta fka fruit and  uay laad, six miUti from Kelawaa aa  Veraoa raael: uUw 7-raomMl housw  aad twa fee baildiag lata eaWilsea  aveaa*. All at rarjr attraotiva fig-  <ih. Imquir. F. S. Castes, Laka-  vi.w hat.l. -mi  KOR SALS, M ACBKS b.uriug orchard at Kutlaaal. About SKXI tress  (aad ceaataarsial varieties, alio small  fruits, (aad li-rgom house aad aat-  IswMUga. TaraM way. Alao a nuui-  ��ar af saleauaa Italia, beea. Apply  T.  taraar, Ratlaad. i  FOB SALE��� TMi |a fnr �� hnrgain-  ki.at.r. "Ju-aw.a. ait aa,*... guitira-  tioa, TOO two-y��er-old treea, bona.,  good wat.r, ate. Price 837S per acr..  Will take lota or city property as  part paynisnt for quick sale. Far pur  liuulara writ, te Box. "D", KelonDu  Rewrd. 34tl.  FOR SALK  On. bom. en tha .tarty subdivision  Lr-biad hoapital, 14 I'ouaia, hot aud  cold water, W.C\, ou lurga ooruer lot.  Alaa oa. bungalow, 8 rooms, hot and  cold water, W.C Also ou. in Abbatt  Street, 7 rooma, hot aud cold water,  privat. W.C. Eaay terma. Apply R.  W. Butler. P.O. Box 188. 36tf.  FOR SALE OR RENT- A lot  on Ethel aii.vi aoutb S3 feet by 240  feet, firet class soil with bearing  fruit treat, large well-built aback and  tent. City water laid on. 11500.  Some good pictures nnd few first  class articlea of furniture for private  Sale. Apply S. Hodkinson, Ethi'l  Street. 44tt.  FOR SALE��� Thoroughbred Holstein  Bull1, at Earriaa' Hawkeedale Ranah.  Apply E. Marvin, Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE Baby carriage, almost new  Apply P. 0. Box 14. 45-6  FOR SALE��� Young pigs; registered  Berkshire first class breeding stoek;  ulso eggt for hatching, Barred Hocks  Buff Orpingtems, r.-c. Rhode Islaud  Rade, r.-e. Brown Leghorns. Apply  .1. Bateman, Vernon Road, Kelowna.  ���.���aw  FOR SALE  Five h.p. Simpson-Strickland Steam  engiue, suitable for launch, also five  h.p. steam boiler complete with fitting.. Also 37 inch '/us. Mire heat.il  maugle. baud and belt attachments.  Eaay to turn and does excellent work  ou table linen aud all flat work.  $25.00. All machines may be Been at  work at the Kelowna Steam Laundry.  49.1,  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid furni property close to Ke-  lovvua, comprising 21 acres (5 acrea in  orchard, pears, plums and prunes, bal  unoe in meadow). Finest soil, fix* irrigation. Splendid locution, good boils,  with good well. Team, implements,  and household effects, with quantity of  feed can also be included in aale. The  terms spread over three years. Further information can lie given at Record office. x  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE��� Fence posts, Fir. Apply  Cather. 'Phone B4. 22tf.  FOR SALE���Horse, single or double  driver. C. W. Dickson. P.O. box 289,  'Phoae 121. 35tf  FOR SALE- Roll lop desk, Colden  Oak finish. Cheap. $20.00. "H" Kelowna Record. 41-45  FOR SALE - Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, and aecond out Clover. Delivered or in ataok. Apply Central  Okunagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranch. 44 tf.  HAY  FOR  SALE -  ..18.00  jK-r  ton  in the  ���tack.    0.  A. Pea  *B0,  Creek-  side.  ���Stf,  STRAW FOR S..LE.-.MI loads good  bedding straw nt 13.00 per load on  the field opposite 0. K. Lumber Co  yards, Peridot* St. Apply to W. B.  M. Cnlder, Rernnrd Ave. 48-7  FOR SALE���Good Bell piano in excellent condition. $350 cash, 8375 on  terms. Apply Box 672. 45-47  FOUND.��� On the west aide of the lake  near Glen Rofla,    a saddle.     Owner  can have same by calling ut Record  office, describing saddle and paying  expenses of this ad. x  BOARD AND ROOMS  TO LET���Ellis Street Rooms, opposite  C.P.R. semi furnished, 87.00 pet-  month. 42-5  FURNISHED ROOMS.- with bathroom,, to rent, on Pendozi Street.  Apply P. 0. Box 230. 43-5.  ROOMS TO. LET - With or without  board. Good Cooking. Private family.' Corner Pendo/i street and Sutherland avenue, near English cliurcli  Apply Mrs. Ford. Phone 5201     42-5  BOARD AND ROOMS, ��� Comfortable  rooms, with board. Telephone. Terms  reasonable. Apply third house south  of English churoh on Richter St. 44tf  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  HOUSE TO  RENT - On St. Paul  street,    seven    rooms,    bath,   W.C.  electric light,  modern iu  every    res-  peot. Apply 0. G. Buck. 'I'hone 216.  39tf.  FOR RENT.- Old telephone office,  Modern conveniences. Apply Telephone Co., office. Bt.  Paul St.   Utf.  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED��� work on farm by married  couple.   Apply lt���x "M".  Record   45  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED��� Si��Ond hiinil line shafting.  belting and pulleys. Apply. Kelowna  Steam   Lnuntlry. 42tl.  FOR RENT��� l'iann to careful tenant  Apply Box 222. 44-45  (it)()l> PAST! RE- for stock, Hay fed  in winter. Apply Metcalfe k Stull  llenvoc'.m.   I'hone 3002. 45-7  LOST��� Sorrel colt, white on forehead anil legs, branded .1 A with  bnr, upside down on shoulder, Ranges on Black Mountain. Reward *20  II. E.  Leigh. Rutland. 45-8  HARNESS FOR SALE  One second    hand heavy team harness.  One second hand  single     horee  work harneaa.  Thomlinson,  40tf. Harness Maker.  1'IANO TUNING. ��� Piano tuner and  regulator for Mason Ar Risch, Ltd..  fur the Okanagan Volley is at preaent in Kelowna. Parties requiring hia  services for tuning, etc., will kindly  leave their orders with Mr. Crawford. Mason ti Risch Parlors.       43.6  KVENING .CLASS- TUITION IN-  ACCOUNT1NO  Term commences October, 1st. For  terms and full particulars of course,  upi:'  box  "M" Record.  GOOD PASTURE  Good pasturage i t U siion Ranch,  lliree miles from town, S. K. L>, Co.  Apply to R. S. HALL 42U.  WANTED  Every .well dressed lady to  call and see G. E. Seott at her  dressmaking parlors, room 6 now  Willits Block, mid see her Intent full  and winter styles. 45-8  NOTIOE  Take notice that I hereby dissolve  the partnership heretofore existing between me nnd ('bus. A. Washburn nt  the city of Kelowna, B. 0, as real-  estate and general agents.  llnled this 2nd duy of October, 11113.  45 T. V. COOPER.  VINEGAR  Every year we have something to  say about Vinegar and although a  lot of the pickling has already been  done it is not yet too late to mention  it this year. What we want to tell  you is that we handle only  Heinz Pure Vinegar  in bulk  Malt, White Wine and  Cider - all 7 5c. per gal.  We add no water; we do no monkeying; but give you absolutely Pure  Vir egar, guaranteed to contain no  acids, guaranteed to preserve your  pickles from spoiling for as long  as you wish to  keep them  VV. 0. AITKEN  BUILDER  & CONTRACTOR  Pinna .nd Eatitnatra  Finiahing work a apecialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Heinz Aromatic Malt Vinegar  Heinz Pure Apple Cider Vinegar  Heinz White Wine Pickling Vinegar  75c. per gallon  Remember our motto:   "QUALITY  AND  SERVICE'  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  M0NO,imi$H  Men's Boots & Shoes  Wa are making a real hit with  our Famous "K" Boots. We havs  theae in Man's in nil the newast  and lateat lusts. Our new steak  displayed in our windows, aurely  make considering  psopls  look.  No articles of dress causp you so much trouble  us your shoes and hose. Only by testing, testing,  testing, haoe toe found lines of shoes and hose thut  roill stand the hard wear they must be gioen, and  yet lust and look well. On these lines of shoes and  hose we haoe the exclusive agency for this city. Buy  your shoes .rom tts j you will get those which are  strong, stylish and comfortable.  Han's No. 6141. Tan Calf Bul., Single aole, receding toe and low heal,  walking style at   .8.50  ttan'a No. 6137, Blaok Goodyear welt  Blaok Calf with both -ingl. and dou  hie solo at     $7.00  Man's 7388 Tan Brogu. Oxfords are  real lively and moat comfortable  at  Jn.50  Man's 6147. Our IS inch lag. Tan  Willow Calk niuohar Is the snvy ot  every hunter and prospector. Eapao  inlly adapted for field aarvioa at 18.00  Women's Boots & Shoes  && K  We only hop��> to show von llie miiny  linea carried in tho ffOVKN'ri. miss-  BS' and CHILDREN'S, Showing yon  lines as K. EXPRESS, CLASSIC, T.  k T. BELLS, KINGSBURY, SMAK-  D0NS and othera makee ui bellow  that we can fit nnd nnt'xMy you hoi L  as to quality nnd price.  A new lino juat opened is a fine  PATENT COLT, CUBAN HEEL, plain  vamp with a cravenetle u_ par, both  in lace and button tire sure to attract  at   15.50 par pair  Out "K" field boot foi' ladies fills  .i waul nf long standing for nhi> who  wishes aomethinif alrong and Htuxible.  I'rice   8-..50 per pair  Wo handle only deity and Scott'*  C'lawHii Shoo* in high pnide goods for  Misses and Children and are showing  lOfM real classy dope in thcao Linw.  High rut. Ankle height and pumpa at  prices to meet every pocket book.  ���I nut placed in Block a moat complete'lino of soft sole goods and moc-  caains for the Tot juat learning to  walk at from 50o. to   R5e.  Our main endeavor is to buy leather  goods that we oan stake our reputation to, and handle exclusively  The FAMOUS HARTT SHOE lor your*  men who care. The toea, laita, heels,  eto.. are tho last word in tine foot  wear. New lasts thia season uro (he  "KNOCKER" "BJQN0IZ" "DINKY"  "HENLEY" and "JOHN HULL" with  the more conservative Plugliah laita  with receding tooe and lower haela.  In heavy footwear wo need only  mention  LECKIE  The QUALITY and COMPORT from  these lilies ore always aaliafyiniJ. Every line of these goods bears the murk  of osrsful making in KUOBY CALF,  Oil, TANS, BLUR CHROME, mads in  WELTS and MoKAYS at from U.75  to     110.00  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.


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