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Array tittwrb  COUNCIL HOLD SHORT  SESSION FRIDAY  $1,50 Per Annum.  LL TEAM PAYS VISIT  TO KAMLOOPS  The oity oounoil nut on Friday  morning of last week when the Mayor  and Aldermen .Gaidar, Thompson Taylor and Sutherland were pi  The report of the returning olil  the oourt   oi revision was read,   tbe  assesinfenV  roll   being adopted    and  signed.     Th* minutes of the previous  meeting were then read and signed and  ths following oorrespondenoe was read:  From the Bobert Hamilton Co., referred    to suuplies forward,,,  .o     lhe  oity for use in the power house. Filed.  From Mr. Drury Price,   oi Kolowna  stating that he had purchased a   lot  on Long avenue, situate between Cud-  dor and Park),  avenues, and it    was  his intention to move a house oa to  it; owing, however,  to the     presence  of a slough his project would i be   impracticable unless l,liu council    would  put the road in good shape. Alderman  Copeland was requested to look   into  the matter and report to the    next  meeting.  The following accounts then     oame  '  before tho oounoil for payment:  Imperial Oil Co., gasoline . . . .13(5.13  Clement Bigge Co., sewer aup . 200.00  George Dillon, teaming 10.00  Max Jenkins & Co, teeming . . 45.00  Thos. Lawson, Ltd     3.18  Evans, Coleman & Evans . . . 166.31,  Kelowna Maohins Shops ....  8.00  0. K. Lumber Co 4.20  Kelowna Sawmill Co 9.50  Paoifio Flush-Tank Co. . . . 180.00  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co 27.72  D. Leskie     39.35  Kelowna liurago and Manhinn Co. 3.10  Kelowna Carriage Works. ...   11.26  W. Haug.    664.27  D. H. Battenbury 2.50  0. K. Lumbar Co. 464.88  J. A. Campbell, sewor work . . 19.03  G. McCurdy, cutting weeds . . . 6.00  P. DuMoulin, west 1U> feet of lot  12 and 13, map 413 ....   132.30  Okanagan Telephone Co 16.16  Alderman Taylor asked ii anything  had been dohe to- grant the request of  thc Board of Trade in referenoe to  plaoing a light on the ferry wharf;  Alderman Calder replied' that le had  been to the wharf with the engineer,  and an electrician had been sent to  place the light in position, but Mr.  Campbell had refused to allow any  suoh light to be plaoed on the building.  Alderman Calder was therefore - requested to follow the matter up, and  ii neoessary to have a light plaoed on  a apeoiai pole.  The ohiof of police was aaked as to  the number of prosecutions he had  made in regard to violations oi the  speed limit regulations. He replied  that he had been very lenient with  the offenders and was on the look-out  ior oases against those who neglected  to keep to the correct side of the  road. :���  There being no further business, tha  oounoil adjourned.  CANADA WILL TAKE PAST IN  THE PANANA EXHIBITION  The decision of Great Britain,not to  participate in the Panama Exhibition  will not make any differenoe in the  plans of Canada in that regard. The  Department oi Agriculture is going  ahead with plans for the exhibit,  whioh ia already, being prepared, while  the site of the Canadian building has  bean wlooted, and construction work  will be oommenoed in the autumn. Tha  arrangements, are in,the hands of the  exhibition branoh.   .* -;  MORMON TEMPLE FOR CANADA  Th* rite for tbe first Mormon twrnple  to be built outride the. United State*  wm dedicated recently At Cardston,  Alta., by some of tin lending me* of  tbe churoh of Utah. The main theme  of President Smith's address during  the day wae the assure nee to the outride world that nothing* would lie oar-  ried on in the temple that .vould be  contrary to the law af the land, lie  alto strongly emphasized the >xoeV  lenoe of British iiutitntione, British  government, British 1.** and British  justice.  Yesterday the local baseball team  played a double header at Kamloops,  losing tho first game by a score of  7-4 and winning .the second game by  12-4. ,  .  The first game was tolled1 n! 2 p.m..  with Davis on the mound for Kelowna  and Crosier pitching for Kamloops1.  A good crowd was out to see. the  opening game ad it is great sport  for the Kamloops fans to roast the  three players on the local team who  were formerly with Kamloops. namely  Alberts, Holgerson and Purdy.  The game was one of the fast, snap  py variety and with the. above score  proved very pleasing to the Kamloops  fans.  Davis appeared afraid to attend himself, knowing that he would huve to  pitch both games, he tried le save  himself all he could and depended on  his fielders to pull him through. This  might have easily been done under  ordinary circumstances, but the hits  were just out of reach of the -ie.d'jrs  and the home jtuum secured three funs  before the locals got down to business.  The second game was called at 5.30  with Davis again on the slab for the  local team, owing to the fact that  Art Henning was unable to get away  to make the trip, in this contest the  home team tried in vain to stop the  Kelowna team who started; hitting at  the sound' of the bell and kept hitting  throughout. In their efforts to stop  this Kamloops used three pitchers, but  eaoh one6 came and went with no  change as fur an stopping the hitting  was concerned.  The game was fast and clean until  at the close of the fifth inning .darkr  ness came on so fast that after this  the play was of an uncertain character, the fielders dodging the ball rather than taking a chanoe of getting  hurt.  Many of the Kamloops protested  against playing but the lvinag.ir of  the Kamloops team insisted1 that the  game go, on thin jng lo get some advantage in the darkness. In this, the  locals proved more than a match for  the home team and after increasing  their lead of 10V-3 to 12���4 the home  manager decided it was useless to allow the game to go on and tho urn-  pire called it at the end of tho seventh  inning.  Mueh credit is due .lease Davis for  the splendid games ho pitched for Kelowna yesterday and to li in battery  mate Kelly. They played steady bull  and their work was appreciated, not  only ,by the local players and fans.  who accompanied them but also to the  Kamloops fans, who, showed themselves in a more sportsmanlike manner than ever before. Previously when  a visiting player pulled off something  real nice not a murmur came from the  stand, but yesterday many rounds of  applause greeted the visitors on some  nice plays they pulled off.  Three oars carried the players    and  supporters to the inland oapital, Messrs Trench, Bowser and McQuarrie. being the drivers.  Ths scores:  First Oame  Kamloops  .   .   .  S 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0���7  Kelowna 000001300���4  Second Game  Kamloops 000120 1-4  Kelownn 213031 2-12  Schools Open Monday  Next with Increased Staff  Monday next, AuguBt 25, both the  public and high schools will,open once  more, after the long summer vacation.  Returning scholars will nolo many  changes in the personoel of the teaching staff since last term, no fewer  than seven new teachers hav in f been  engaged, who with the six who are  returning, vis., Principal L. V. Rogers,  and Miss McNaughton in the high  school and Principal A. K. Lord, Miss  K. Fullerton, Miss F. Reed u ul Miss  D. 0. Caldwell in the public s<).ool,  make an increase of three ov-.r the  stall' of last term.  To copo with the growth of the  public school two pew classes have to  be created und these will have rooms  in the old school building. This will  of course crowd the high school out of  their quarters, and accommodation has  had to he provided for _ them in the  former K.L.O., offices on Loon avenue.  The new members of the staff consist of Mr. L Hoppenstadt, assistant  to Principal Lord, Miss. Lilian Thompson, for the primary class, Miss Emma  .]. Jenkins, Miss Minnie 11. Wen I /el,  Miss Lilian Corbel and Miss ' S. A.  Hirtle. Miss Nellie Duthic will be  pocial toacher of music and drawing.  The i school opens at nine o'clock on  Monday, and all parents intending to  send children for the first time to thu  primary grade must do so at once,  as another c'.asB will not lie started  until Christmas. Children for llo primary, grado must be six years old.  BOARD OF TRADE  MEET TUESDAY  Revelstoke defeated Vemon, nt Vernon yesterday by a soore of 5���2.  Mr. Stanley Hodkinson, A.B.C.O.,  resumes teaching on Monday, August  35th.  Ths seven weeke lold (laughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Alex Mitiohell died last Saturday, the funeral taking plaoe the  following day.  Harry K. Thaw, the murderen of  Stanford Whitet in New York, some  years ago, has escaped from thelMat-  teawan asylum for tho oriminnl insane  to which he was sent after a long and  sensational trial. His flight was cleverly planned and it is believed that  a powerful automobile wan in waiting  to take him out of the jurisdiction of  the state  A thunderstorm of cyclonic intensity  swept over Manitoba and southern and  oentral Saskatchewan last Friday  night creating havoc to buildings and  standing crops. The Winnipeg light  service wae demoralized, and Brandon  was also plunged into darkness. The  storm area reached west to Regina  and Moose Jaw and south to the international boundary. Many barns,  outbuildings and housm were .iot on  fire by lightning. Tho full extent of  the damage has not been computed,  but it is believed to be very extensive.  Fortunately there was no hail, and the  orops are not thought to be seriously  Injured except in some few 'pleoss.  Lacrosse Team Loses io  Armstrong in Rough Game  The lacrosse team travelled to Armstrong yesterday for another 'mv-jno  game with the Armstrong team.  The boys travelled by auto, three  ears being needed to carry the players  and their supporters.  Tke game is reported to have been  one of the hardest fought "battles"  of the season. We say "battle" because, according to report it wus more  of a "battle" than a lacrosse game.  From (lie very outset the home t'.am  began to rough it and carried out  these tactics to such an extent through  out the contest that the locals were  forced at times to retaliate by swinging on the home team to protect themselves. The Armstrong team vowed  that they would "get" a couple of  the Kelowna players nnd this they  evidently tried hard to carry out, but  providence, for once, must have been  with the local boys, who wanted to  play lacrosse and only for the pugilistic mooil in which they found tbe home  steam would have bceTn more than u  match for the Armstrong team.  In their attempts to "lay out" the  local men, a couple of the Armstrong  players, unfortunatelt oarried away  farm the battle ground badly scared  faces.  Not only were the Armstrong players smeared with war paint, but even  the spectators of that heretofore toyal  from the battle ground badly scared  and good lacrosse entered into the  "fight" spirit and rushed onto the  field on several occasions, when some  trifling dispute nrose among the play  The looals wont Into the game expecting to play lacrosse and immediately were set upon iu warlike fashion  and before they realized thoy were in  for a rough gamo and could settlo  selves and, preparo for such the Armstrong team had scored two goals in  the first'quarter.  In,the second quarter the looals held  home combination away from the net  whilo they secured one goal, leaving  the soore at half time 2���1 in favor  of Armstrong.  The third, quarter went only for some  more rough ploy with neither team  being able to soore.  The last quarter the localB secured]  the one needed to tie tho soore and  from this time of the Reld resembled  more the pugilistic ring than a lacrosse field.  Chick Robertson, in the net for the  Kelowna team was the bright feature  of the game and played a splendid  game.  The final score wus Armstrong 5, Kelowna 3.  Tuesday night's meeting of the Board  of Trado was presided over by President A. W, I'.owner, who returned at  the end of last week from a visit to  the old country.  Beyond tho dealing with the usual  batch of correspondence there was  very little business of importance  transacted and tho meoting adjourned  at a comparatively early hour.  A letter was read from the Postmaster-General, the Hon. L. 1'. Felli-  tier, who had boen invited to visit  Kelowna during his tour of the west  during the present summt'r. The honorable gentleman stated that he would  be pleased to include Kelowna in hi;.  itinerary and proposed to stay off  here for a short timo on lus way  through the Okanagan. Ways and  means were discussed of entertaining  suoh u distinguished visitor und also  of a party of British journalists who  wore to be here next month.  The matter of the unsatisfactory \o  nit km in which the people of Okanagan Mission were pluced in regard to  telegruphio service was brought up,  and several lottors which, had pussed  between the secretary of thc board of  trade and the' authorities at Ottawa  and elsowhere were read. The last  was a letter from Mr. Palmer, district  superintendent, suggesting the Mission  peoplo arrange for an open account  with the C.P.R, telegraph office at  Vernon and hnve message.-, forwarded  by 'phone from there. Representatives  from the Mission expressed themselves  as favorable to this if u postmastor  were appointed who coutd act as  agent in the matter, .nd u resolution  was passed embodying this plan, and  tho secretary was instructed to see  that it was forwarded to the proper  authorities.  It was stated that tho Vemon Board  of Trade had intimated that they could  not seo their way to subscribe $100  towards the cost of an independent  survey for the proposed Naramata  road, and as it was felt that it was  not up to Kelowna to provide the entire amount it was decided to' drop  the project Tho Kelowna Merchants'  Association asked the Board to endorse a resolution asking the government not to consider the request of a  Toronto mail-order house, mail" boxes  for post offices at a nominal rate provided they were allowed to have tho  advertisement of their business appear on them. The resolution received  practically unanimous support.  Tho question of preparing an exhibit  for the provincial exhibition at New  Westminster was introduced, and several members spoke heartily in favor  of taking part. It waB decided, however to leave the matter in the hands  of the A.k T. Association ns had been  done in former years.  Before closing a resolution of     sympathy was passed to the relatives and  friends of the late Geo. Mappin.   #   TRANS-AT.LANTIO  FRUIT TRANSPORT  PRETTY WEDDING AT ELLISON  WATT-GI-.KN  An interesting wedding took plaoe  Wednesday morning at Ellison, when  Mr. Geo. Muteror Watt, tho popular  governmont road foromun of the distriot Was married to Miss Lillian Caroline Geen, daughter of Mr., and Mrs.  C. H.Geen of "Pleasant View Farm,"  Ellison.  The ceremony wns performed ut 10  a.m., at the home of the brido's parents, by tho Rev. .1. C. Switzer, of  Kolowna . The house had been very  prettily decorated for tho occasion  [with Oregon grape and white asters,  and the brido und bridegroom stood  beneath a beautiful canopy in tho  form of a beW composed of flowors.  Tho brido wns prettily uttired in  white voilo, with bridal veil nnd a  wjouth of lilies of tha valley. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Tho  bridesmaid. Mis.. Bertha Cleen, a sister  of the brido and Mias Ethel Hall, carried bouqueti of .white sweet peai<  About twenty-five guests sat down  to the wedding breakfast which followed. Amongst the guests Jfe*om a  distance wore Mrs. Watt, of Victoria,  mothor of the bridegroom, Mr. and  Mrs. R. S. Hall, of Kelowna. uncle  and aunt of the bridegroom, Mrs. Keer  of Mooso Jaw nnd Mrs. Sullivan of  Seattle, aunts of tho bride, nnd Mr,  nnd  Mrs.  Conkling, of Vernon.  Many were tho congratulations and  presents showered upon the fhappy pair'  who aro both well known and esteemed  throughout the district.  The honeymoon will be spent in an  extended automobile tour nnd Thursday morning Mr. nnd Mrs. Watt left  in their car, which was decorated unknown to tho occupants with a variety of shoes and white ribbons. On  their return they will tako up i ?sidenco  at Okanngan, Centre   ��������  Rutland News  The "Fats" vs. the "Slats"  The greatest baseball game of tha  seasoi. ib scheduled "to take place at  the exhibition grounds this afternoon,  when the "Fats"���hy which vulgar appellation is meant those whose shadows encumber the earth, whoso development is east and west, and who purchase their garments by tho acre���will  contend with all their might, (which  is awful to think of) against the  "Slate." These latter unfortunates ars  those whom trouble has reduced to a  mere framework, and whose bones wiU  be heard to rattle as they pass from  base to base.    When   a "Slat" meets  'Fat" he will look like a mere pencil mark down the lattor's shirt front.   *   We are glad to notice hat l.m Mo-  Killican is now on the road to recovery after his long illness, and is  able to be around m thi garden a  little these fine days.  (From our own correspondent)  Miss Joy Fleming is spending a  week with Miss (.ays.  English church service will lie held  on Sunday afternoon in tho school  houso.  Mrs. McKinnoy gave a \ery abb address on 'J'emporanco nt the Methodist  churoh last Sunday evening.  Miss Chalk of Vancouver arrived on  Tuesday 12th on an extonded visit to  her sister, Mrs. Wm. Gay.  Tho school Trustees aro glud to report that Mr. R, C. Warden and Miss  Ruby Hunter will be on hand for the  opening of the school on Monday, August 25 th.  An interesting ceremony took plaoe  at tho Methodist parsonage on .Friday  evening when Uev. Mr. Vunco united  in mnrriage Mr. John Reid of Rutland  und Miss Annie Evelyn Smith, lute  of County Durham, Eng. Tho bride  curried u shower bouquet of white  sweet peas and trailing ferns and was  attended by Miss Annio Gay, who carried u large bunch of pink sweet peas  and "Gipsy Philoo". The groom was  attended by Mr. Arthur . Smith.  After the ceremony the party proceeded to the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Wm. Gay where u dainty supper was  spread. The table was prettily decorated with pink and white sweet pens,  the chief attraction being the monster  wedding cake. Only the relatives and  a few intimate friends of thu bride and  groom were present.  During the evening a band of "trained" players sorenuded tho couple and  were Borved with refreshments by an  hospitublo hostess. Mr. und Mrs. Reid  take up their residence in Rutland  with all good wishes of their friends.  BAND CONCERT  The program for tho band concert  at the park tomorrow oyening is as  follows:  March "Patona" Fulton  Ovorture "The Italian in Algiers"  Rossini  Patrol "Guard Mount" . . . Eilenberg  Waltz "Venetian Beauties" . . Strang  Polish National Dance "Kuyanviak"  Woiniawski.  Song and dance "Dear Ono Far Away"  Casey  Rag March "Honey Bunch" . . Pryor  Selection H Modus te Suzanne" . Gilbert  The Maple Leaf.  GOD SAVE THE KING.  N. Bornholdt,Conductor.  The LadieB Aid of tho Methodist  churchi are holding un afternoon und  evening'tea and social tomorrow week  (Friday, Aug. 19th} at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Curts.  The Duke of Sutherland has passed  away at Dunrobin Castlo, aged 62  years. The Duke owned about 1,358,-  600 aores in Great Britain, and he had  large landed interests in the north-  part of Canada  Hon. George H. Parley, acting minister of trade and commerce, has entered into a contract' with the United  Fruit Company of Nova Scotia for a  direct steamship service between Annapolis Royal, N.S., and either London or Hull,  The company, whioh haa its head office at Berwick,.N.S., is composed of  fruit-growers,who wish to so jure more  satisfactory access to the I ugiiih market. The company is to provide British steamers able to carry from 8,000  to 12,000 barrels, specially built for  the fruit trade, with refrigerating apparatus.  There are to be five voyages, the  first to begin about October 30, The  steamers are to call at Digby, N. S.,  The sum of 91,000 will be paid for  eaoh voyage.   :���  FATAL ACCIDENT OCCURS  NARAMATA  NEAR  A very bad accident oocurred last  Friday in ..he trap tunnol on tht-  contract work of Mr. HUdebrandt,  near Naramata. Tho men wore drilling  in the tunnel,when a large portion of  the roof caved in on them injuring  three very seriously. One man died  while being brought to the hospital.  Another, whoso head was badly crushed, died two days later. Both men  were buried in the local cemetery. The  third injured man will recover.��� Summerland Beriew.  With the Pollard Company at the Opera House Wednesday Next.  rife*. KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1918  ed ���� ����� ��* ���� ��. ���� ��* ** *�� *�� **  ���� ��*  *��� PROFESSIONAL AND ���*  **   BUSINESS CARDS  ��*  ���� ��.  ���� ���* ��* ��. *�� ���� ���� *�� *. *�� ���� ����  BURNE & TEMPLE  , Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  I tev.riaon Bleak, Kelowna   -   'Phons 206  P.O. Bon, 509  C, Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., ILLS��� B.C.I..S.,  ..id B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  .SURVEYOR,  Kelownn,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  n; �� v'*'���lt)TP  Mlt.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  ExIOblHonai Royal Collcar ol   Mutlo, and Ulol  wil, tamarisk  Pynf.  Mu.. DoC. Onanist ol ill  Cathedral. Manchester. Enf..  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the Studio. Trench Block, Krlowna.  Mu.ic   of   every   description   supplied.  P.O. Bon 137  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  DRIT.SH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  EMTIST  I'. 0, llox it. Tli.m.. tin  Corner Peneo/.i Street ruin  I .nwrence  Avenue.  Mr. B. (5. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN anil ORGAN  alao  French Lessons  Converaatinnnl nr otlierwiae  STUDIO -Morilaon.Tllompa.in Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 4, BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (orpublicBuild-  ings.Tov.'n nnd Country Residences  JOI IN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE Nu. 93  Piuinjforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, x-c.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Allot inte n. tlie Royal College o( Orunntili, l.nn-1.)  Gives lessons  in   the   aWove   suljjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ���uccrsufts  al  local  examinations  (Trinity  College, London)  15   years' successful   teaching  experience  Studio    -    Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill University)  Residence :  GLENN AVLNUE  Messages   may   be   left   at   tlie   rilf.ct;   of  Messrs. Rattenbury At Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  I raches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 368, K.lown..  Or  apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ooer Royal ISnuli   -    Kelotona, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which 1 have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE i  Clement At Riff.-' office, Woolseley Av.  Raymer Block Richter Street  "PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  KELOMNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  Rritish Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor nnd Proprietor  ^  Subscription Katos;  11,00    iwr   year;    7oc, six    moutlm      Uuileil  Hiatal SI) routs lulditiuniil.  All lobmrlpUooi lmvablu iu advunct.  Subscriber! at the robrulnr ruto nan hiivi.  ��nri pat>cr, mailed to friends t-t u ilislainti  <it llAI.r RATB, Lo..  75 oentH Dir v.iir.  Tbli ���pacta)   privuw is   Braottd for    ths  i-.ii.-.-r. ol advert.ii.ni: tho ritv and district,  Advertising Ratea:  L0DQK NOTICES, PROFESSIONAL UAHDS,  ETC.,  80  rentn per  column   l��ob   Psr   Wfttki  LAND AND TIUMGR NI.T1CKS-....J days, IR;  cu davs, 17.  WATER NOTICES-*,, lor ||vs insorttoni,  LfiOAL ADVERTISING���First   Insortioo,    19  cents   (Mir   lino;  ouch   -nk ii��-iit   InurtlOl),   N  nntl (��.r lins.  M.ASS1KIE1) ADVERTIBEMENTS-a orati pa  word  first   insertion,   1   cent  per  Word   ����������  Mubieqiirnt   inxortion.  display   advertisements-Two   inch.  nt.tl  under, ftO aeuls pa   inch lirnt ItlHrtlom  over   two  inches  -10  rents ixr  inch Iir.it  in-  artloni 20 oants pa Inch   aach lulinauiDt  Inssrtlotti  All abaim In contract advertissm^nta muit  tie in the hivnda o( the printrr bv TtUldaV  ���.veiling     to    enmire   publication   in   (ho     next  TWO MILES A MINUTE  Two miles ft minute waa the speed  attained by Lord Shrowbury's Talbot  cur at the Brooklanda motor track.  Major Lindsay Lloyd, racing manager,  timed tbe car and found! that.it covered the stretch at 120 miles an hour.  ALTO GRAND PRTZH ''F 1"R.\NCE  Bablot, tlie French .mtoinobilUt, wtn  the automobile grand prize of Frauni  covering the distance of approximately 858fl miles in four hours 21 niinutos  and Hfty sooonds, His average speed  wan 77 miles an hour.  TRN MILK CHAMPIONSHIP  linns llolmer, ol Halifax, N.s., lead*  Ing distance runner, won the ton-rail.'  oh amp ion Ship race ai a professional  athletic race, held nl Manchester, England. His time was 54 minutes, 11 1-6  sooonds. Vermeulin of France was  second.  On Wednesday next the n.t-. payers*  ��if the city are called upon It) voto l*n  Uvo new money by-laws. The necessity  for these bylaws arises from the general condition <>f the money market  throughout tho world, At tin- timo  the last sewerage and school deben-  lures were issued it was presumed thai  they would sell at or near par The  scarcity of money nnd oonsoXptent rapid rise uf Interest during tho last year  lias caused a corresponding decrease in  [lie price of securities so that Lhe price  ��� >x pec ted from the sale <if these debentures will Im> in the neighborhood ol  ST) a discount  ol 15 per cent.  tn order to provide for the loBfl it  has become necessary either to issue  new sewerage debentures for the amount of 812,000 and school debenturea  for 10,000 or add these amounts to  lhe general taxation for the year. As  this would moan an additional tax of  seven mills on the dollar the council  lias wisely, we think, decided ;o ask  the ratepayers to sanction tin. additional issue rather than increaso the  taxation.  Without in any way disparaging previous regatta-, wo arc of the opinion  that tho seventh annual regatta, held  last week was jn many ways the most  successful of the series. Although  slightly marred by a cloudy sky, and  occasional shower*, tho weather   was  on the whole favorable. In the seven  consecutive years during which the re-  gat I a has been held, this is, wo think,  (lie first in which the sports were in  danger ol being interrupted by bad  weather. Tho olToet o! lhe occasional  showers was on the whole advantage  (His, having a marked off el in tilling  up the scats on the grand stand, and  incidentally the rollers of the Association.  It too often happens that lhe holding  of a regatta in the case of water  spoils, or of a tournament in the oase  of tennis, puts a damper on the enthusiasm of the participants for the  rest of the reason. In order to pro  vide against BUch an effect, would it  not be desirable to arrange a series  of local regftttai On Thursday afternoons, say once in every two or three  weeks, for the next two months? Kelowna people are jiot getting the most  out of their advantageous situation by  the lakeside, and such a series of small  events would have a great etTect in  stimulating interest in all forms ol  aijuntie sports.  The different rowing clubs hail very  little time to practice before the re  cent regatta owing to the delay in re-  reiving their bonis. With more prae*  lice a much closer contest and more  Interesting races would result. Tho  general public [g, wo think, keenly interested in this short, and would enjoy swing the races repeal ad at Inter  vals (hiring the ivmainder it if the trowing season. Swimming nnd diving  have so many devotees in this vicinity  that, no difficulty ahould be experienced in arranging many BXOflllenl water  events,  We submit these suggesl-ions for lhe  consideration of lhe Aquatic Association with Ihfl hope that they have already been anticipated, and that wo  shall have soon again tho pleasure of  witnessing the excellent work of our  local athletes in water spot-Is, nnd of  the various rowing ctuV in the classic  fours.   1   WANT  CANADIAN   CURLERS  TO  ram  The Koyal Caledonia Curling Club  of Scotland has adopted a motion to  the eiVec-t that Canadian curlers be  Invited to visit Scotland for a bon-  spiel and match for (he Caledonia cup  during thc season of I'M 1-15.  "+"  Hit; PRICE FOR RACEHORSE  The record price of $250,000 has boon  paid for the horse "1'rince 1'nlntine."  winner of the Ascot gold cup, by J.  I.. Joel, the South African multimillionaire. Proviso was made by his former owner, T. l'ilkington, that the  horse should 001 leave Groat Britain,  The previous record price for a thoroughbred horse was 8100.875, for  "Hying Pox."     ...  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed tenders, addressed to tho  Postmaster General, will bo received at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the  19th, Soptombor, 191!. for tho conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed contract for four years, three  imes per week each way, between Kelowna and Vernon. (Vernon Rural  Route No. ..) from the 1st of October  next.  Printed notices, containing further information as to conditions of proposed  contract, may be seon and blank forms  of tender may bo obtained at tho post  o IT ices of Vernon, Kelowna, Rutland  and Oyama, and at the office of the  Post Office Inspector.  ost Office   Inspector's  Office,  Vancouver, B. C,  8th August, 1913.  .10IIN R. GREENFIELD,  3H-40 Post Office Inspector.  Sealed tenders addressed to t  dorsigned, and endorsed "Tcndera for  Public Wharf at Canoe. B.C." will bo  received al this office until ���. p.m., on  Thursday, September II, 1913, lor Abe  construction of Wharf at Canoe, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of con-  tract can lie seon and forms ol tender  obtained at this Department and nt  the offices .if P. W. Ayhnor, l-.gq., .).������  tricl Engineor, Chase, B.C.; J, S. Mac  I.achlan. I'-Sq., District Kngineer, Victoria, B.C., and on application lo tho  Postmaster at Canoe, R.C  Persons tendering are notified that  tender will not bo considered unions  made on tho printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  slating their occupations and places  of residence. In lhe case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the  occupation and places of residence of  oach member of tho firm must bo given.  Kneh tender mutt be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  ^|iial to ten per cent., (10 p.c.) of tho  amount of tho tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tondering decline  to enter into a contract whon called  upon to do ao, or fail to complete the  work contracted for, If the tender  bo not accepted the cheque will he returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accopt tho lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department ol Public Works.  Ottawa, August 11, 1013.  Newspapora will not be paid for this  advertisement   if they insert It    without authority from the Department.  80-40  The More Rain  the  better you   will  be satisfied with my  WATERPROOF  COATS  Tlie prices are low for  a good quality guaranteed raincoat���  $9.50 and   $14.00  Navy Serge Suits  tliat cannot he beaten.  Material   is   of British  manufacture   and  fast  dyes  $13,   $15,    $20,    $22  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  nl moderate prices  i,^J   Water Street  j (lal Block Norili)  I C t        N.��r Bank of Montreal  Ik!  J cj       Look for the Sign  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leavei Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Lnrgeat Studtoa in the Interior  Portraita by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  FORD Announcement  1914 PRICES  NIGHT LETTERGRAM  Kelowna Gnrage & Machine Wdrlts Co.,  Kelowna, B.C.  Effective Auguat lit, 1914 pricea will be aa  follows: Touring, $650; Torpedo, $600; Town Car,  $900, f.o.b. Walkerville.  (Signed) FORD MOTOR CO. OF CANADA  Prices f.o.b. Kelowna  TOURING ROADSTER        TOWN CAR  $763        $713       $1013  There is no reason for you to wait until next season.  Purchase your car NOW and enjoy the fall driving  Kelowna Garage & Machine Works Co.,  LIMITED  BfgHUfi^  Invest your money in real  ���state. If you invest sensibly  it is the safest and best kind of  investment ia tbe world to-day  A few well made investments in real estate will make you  independent for life. Vast fortunes have been made  from it���you have as much chance as anyone to do the  same. Come in here to-day and let ua ahow you some of  the opportunities we have.  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our repr.Mnt.tiTe i. now in London, Eng.   Send in your  U.t and get in touch with Engliah buyers  Write for a  free copy of  this book  ffl) Df\WTl  PORTLAND  I* ".MAT vaasi  FARMER  can do With  CONCRETE  ���*a**l ft''  For a farmer a silo,  a county road, or a  railroad bridge,  CANADAPortiand Cement  can be depended upon to make concrete that will last for generations.���There is only one grade���the best that science and skill can make.  The label on every bag is your guarantee  of satisfaction.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  There it a Canada Cement dt.tltr in your nrngklnrlutil���ffsm do not know tint, ailt m fir hit nam.  ��;}.?MWW��S^ THURSDAY, AUGUST Al, 1.18  KEIvOWNA RECORD  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Wednesday, August 27th  POLLARD'S  Australian Juvenile Opera Company  presents the bubbling, joyous, operatic triumph  THE LAST  WALTZ  The greatest production ever offered in this city  A riot of Laughs, Color* Beauty and Life  All the old favorites, better and more brilliant than ever  Reserved Seats:  $2, $1.50 and $1  Plan and seat sale at Crawford's store  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, August 23ri  At 8.30 p.m.  THE PLAYERS  OF SUMMERLAND, IN  "In Honour Bound"  Lady Carlyon Mrs. Featherstonehaugh  Rose Dalrymple Mrs, Aleen Heber Percy  Sir George Carlyon..: Mr. Sauter  Phillip Mr. Oliver Villiers  Mr. Alex, Bentley Baritone  Mr. Sauter " The Lady of Shallot,"  Mr. & Mrs. A. L. SOAMES  IN  "The Man in the Street"  Business Manager   -    Mr. N. Ridley Shield  Tickets, $1 and 75c.  Obtainable at usual offices  Plan at Crawford's Store  LAHGE APPLE SAUCE POT  FOB PANAMA EXPOSITION  One of the features of the Panami  Exposition will be the largest appli  sauoe pot in the world, designed to  show foreigners how the great American pie is produced on a large seals.  The pot will be ten feet in diameter  and ten feet deep.  Five hundred bushels of apples, pared and sliced, will be used in ' each  cooking. The great pot will ewing  on chains from a tripod of fifty-foot  cedar poles. Beneath the pot there  will be a furnace twelve feet in diameter, fitted with gas burners. These  burners will be operated under a  pressure of twenty-five pounds of gas  and forty pounds of air.  A similar pot with a capaoity of  2308 pies an hour was used at the International Apple Show in Spokane  last fall.  ��� '     ��   Three peers out of a total membership of 800 attended the last session  of the British house of lords.  A masonic temple is to be erected  by the Kdmonton Munoniu Teinpte  Association at a cost ai half a luilljoi:  dollars.  One hundred recruits have been secured in the old .ountry for the Boyal  North-West Mounted Police and an arriving in batches. This contingent will  bring the strength of the crops up to  about 760.  Vunvouver's fire loss for July amounted to $2743 of-which 32025 was  fully oovered by insurance. The brigade answered 36 calls during the last  month, checking fires involving property worth 1668,000.  There were only eight fatalities and  366 people injured in the lili of duly  celebrations in the United States this  year, as compared with tho average  of 4,000 killed and injured a few years  ago. The reduction is due to tha  sane Fourth of July movement.  The Postmaster General of Italy is  bewildered over the result af the recent permission which he grunted to  telephone girls to get married1. Three  hundred of these girls promptly availed themselves of the chance and every  couple asked the Postmaster General  to act aB. best man.  South Vancouver municipal council  has authorized the reduction of water  rntea about 25 pur cent., off former  charges. Municipal control of the water system hns proven successful during the past year there is a surplus  over the first six months' expense amounting to 410,000.  Vancouver bank managers state that  financial conditions Villi reaoh the normal state at an early date. Money  like water, is finding its own level,  was remarked by one banker. The  city's commercial standing is sound  and speculation has been curbed. Contrary to popular belief, the banks of  British Columbia have advanced $22,-  000,000 on loan.in excess of deposits.  A eontraat has been awarded by the  C.P.B., to Gray and Company, of Minneapolis, for the construction of three  and a half miles of pipe line. It will  furnish all the water necessary for the  requirements of the company in connection with the main divisional point  to be established in Weyburn, Sask..  on completion of the new line through  to Lethbridge.  Initiative referendum and recall will  be operative in Calgary in a short  time if legislation started in the city  council last week prevails. The council make provision for the adoption  of a charter amendment providing for  tha initiative on a petition of eight  per cent., of the vote referendum on  10 per cent., and recall on 26 per  cent.  Seduction in express rates in ths  United States, whioh will oost the  companies fully $06,000,000 a year���approximately sixteen per cent., of their  gross revenue��� were ordered by the  Inter-state Commerce Commission lost  week to become effective on or before  October 15, 1913. Notable rslomvs In  praotioos also were ordered.  Th* report ol ths provincial department of mines' for tho,year ending December 31, 1919, shows that the mineral production of the provinoe (or  last year far surpassed that of all  previous years, having reached the  great sum of $39,440,000 in value, an  increase of nearly $9,000,000 over the  preoeeding year and more than $6,000.-  000 over 1910, whioh .had previously  (Von the banner year.  Dr. Oalmetto, director of the Lillo  Pasteur 'Institute, after exnrnining 4,-  000 subjects believes that tuberculosis  is not hereditary but that the real  cause is infection and continued' re*  infeotion after birth. Of all the  children examined only 9 percent.,  were,infected,with the disease, but after that age the poraentage increased  rapidly. He concludes that the reason  that the disease in more, prevalent In  cities Is partly due to the greater  danger of spreading the infeotion,  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON. B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Muiical Evening is Entertained Ivery Saturday  For weekly rate., also reservation, during regatta week, apply to  H. VINCE   -   Manager  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 AND DELIVERY  All kinda of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store  Proprietor  W. P. MEREDITH  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelo  B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   -   104  When wanting the  PLUMBERS  for your repair* phone up tho  Standard Plumbing  . CO., Richter St  'Phone 5203.  Residence three doors south  of new English Chuch.  W.rehouac end Office :  Glenn's Old Place ��� Leon Ave.  Gaddes-McTavish  ���     UmileJ  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumpn Installed 6t Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.       P.O. Box 541  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' end  Genta* Rubber   H.ela  of the Beat Make.  First-Class Five-Passenger i  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE I  REASONABLE CHARGES  Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  Woodlawn Private School  WILL RE-OPEN ON  Tuesday, Sep. 2  Principal :  MISS  E. BATCHELOR KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUGUST 31,"1��13  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delicijus  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  ���  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  D'Anjou  Boussock  Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock  has  Won   lis  Own   Reputation  Price List on Applicnlion  OFFICES:  Belgo-Canadian Building.    Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Are you prepared (or the Hunting Season, which opens  on September 1 st?   If not, see the  Great Variety of  Guns, Rifles, Ammunition  and Hunters' Requisites  at the  MORRISON ��� THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Mr. F. L\ Knight, of Winnipeg, ia  on a visit tn his further, Cupl. Knight.  ��� ���  ��  BURBANK���On Monday, August 15th,  to the wife of H. A. Burbank. a ton.  ��� ���  ���  The Poultry Association meet next  Wednesday. August -17th, in the Keller  ..lock.  ��� ���  ���  The -.listsen Reeves, who hnve been  visiting  MUs  Knight left for Winnipeg  Friday.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. Geo. Watt, Mrs. It. S. Hall, and  Mra. Watt were visitors to Penticton  Just   week-end,  returning Monday.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. A. W. Bowser, president ol the  B.N.A.T.t'o., returned last week-end  from u short business visit to thfUU.1  Country.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. 0. St. J'. Aitken, of the Loan  nnd Investment Company's, staff, left  Sunday lBst for Victoria, whew he  will Hpend a lew week's holiday.  ��� ���   ���  Miss May Dalgleish returned to her  home in Kamloops on Monday after  spending u couple weeks holiday in the  eity.  ��� ���   ���  Tobacco harvesting started Monday.  The erop is a large one, though a  little late, and given fini? weather, the  yield should eenstrttttc a record.  ��� ���   ���  Thu l.ev. D. -I. and Mrs. Welsh and  baby left Monday for New Went minuter  where they will spend a months' holiday, on the farm of Mr. Welsh's father.  ��� ���   ���  Mrs, ��� Pell and her daughter Attou,  who haw beet) visitors at Mr. and  Mrs. Millie's, left for the east hint Sun  day. Mr, and Mrs. Millie ...TO.iipi.ni-  ed  tliT-m  to the Landing,  ��� ���  ��  The rains of Sunday and Monday  were general throughout the valley  and hail fell in some sections, ���low-  ever it is not thought that any m:>-  lerial damgge was done.  ��� ���   ���  The pulpit al the Itnptiet church  will Ite supplied Sim-lr.. niurning next  by Ahe Rev, A. Reekie, whn lira lately  returned fro Bolivia, where he hns  been working for several years a�� a  pioneer missionary from Kelowna. Tn  Hie evening Mr. II. I). R.ggfl will  preach.  Phone  154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimate! Furnished on all kinds of buildings.      Residences and Modern  Bungalowa a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I k*ve * '��ll line of interior decorations, consiiting of the latest and most up-  .���-dale w��H htfniinfs.    Call and inspect m> stock of Wallpapers and gat my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronege solicited  The     Kelownn     oonltnjfeiil     of   Boy  Scouts left by Monday morning's boat  for Vemon, whence tli \ ������,i| nn.rtvd  to Oyamn, where scouts from all over  (lie valley will be eauiin-d dn-iug this  present week. The hoys were in full  scout uniform and carried their Outfits  | in triM' military fashion. Scout master  li. (i. Meyrick and Ans.isl.unl Scoutmaster I.eggatt aoeompairied i.he l-oys.  ��   a  ���  | Frank V, Moffat, f-leotrieinn was on  a visit to his Enderby home this weok  Us oeports having sneirred th* contract ior installing an all-conduit sys-  j tern in the ��U(10((NMI building put ap by  jthe Casorso wholesale meat company  nt Kelownn. Tt is the first all-pipe  system put into Kelownn. ���Enderby  Press.  ��� ��� ���      a.  We were favored this weak with a  fine sample of celery grown by Mr. C.  E. Weeks at Renvoulio. Mr. Weokj  is gaining something of a reputation  for his celery, which can certainkycompete with anything grown in the valley. A shipment of ten crates which he  sent out wns declared by Meears. Plun-  ket .Ir Savage, of Calgary, to bo tie  Heat lot they haw ever received.  ���   e   ���  Some enquiry has been made as to  why the pri/.os offered by the Aquatic  Association for the lw*st cnrnivnl costumes wer.. not awarded. Thc seure-  Inry states thnt owing to die uncertainty of the v/eather it waa found  impossible to carry out the arrangements inadc for illuminntiag the promenade. Over 20O Chines,' Inuterns lad  been procured but could not lie find  so that the1 promenade1 was too Mark  to permil  of judging being carried out.  SHOULD CPTCKK TRflt'K DBRBN-  'JTHI-.S?  That the time has arrived -hen the  cities and municipalities of Canada  should cease borrowing on debentures  whioh will have to be redeemed by  posterity and that all ordinary public  improvements sliould in future bo .carried out with money raised by special  taxes, was thc proposal put forward  by School Trustee Morris, of South  Vancouver, #.& the only practical way  to solve the present financial problems facing the municipalities.  Mr. H. (iruham Gorrlfl left Monday  for n few weeks' visit to Victoria.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. James Harvey returned on Pri-  day from Vancouver, where he spent  a month's holiday.  ���   ���   ���  Miss Hartin and Miss Olive Wrigglesworth left on Sunday morning for the  coast  where they  will  spend a couple  oi weeks.  ��� ���   ���  Mr, Fred O'Neill, of Kamloops is  ..pending a few days in tlie oity visit-  ini'. friends. He expects to take up  his residence here in the near future,  ��� ���   ���  Mr. F. T. Griffiths, chief dork in tho  C.P.K.f superintendent's office at Vancouver is staying for a short time  with Mr. 11/ (1.  Meugens.  a   ���   ���  Mr. W. Heever -tones, secretary of  thc JJWmrd of Trade, left yesterday for  n visit to Calgary in connection with  his publicity work for the. city.  ��� ���   ���  The local1 Morchants Association met  liiHt Vednesduy evening in thc Hoard  of Trade rooms. Considering tho fact  that thc meeting was held during the  regatta festivities a good attendance  was present.  ��� ���   a  The Aquatic Association are desirous  of having all accounts connected with  the regatta sent in before the end of  the mouth, in order to settle the financial end of it ae soon as possible.  ��� ��   ���  Tne Ladies' Hospital Aid will meet  at Mrs. Crowley's home next Monday,  August '.."m.Ii. at .1 p.m. Members aro  requested to attend this meeting to  make arrangements for Tag Day and  for other  important business..  ��� ���   ���  The now Willits building m approaching completion; and will probably bo  ready for occupation within a few  week's time. Workmen have been  busy during the past few dnys laying  the handsome mosaic tiling in the en-  I ranee to, the store.  ��� ���   ���  Unpid progress is being made with  the new exhibition building, the framework of which is iili.'iuly almost complete. Thu location of the building  hns been changed from what was originally decided upon. It is being ur-  BOtod opposite the end of St. Paul St.  This is really a happy thought as,  besides giving the building a better  appearance to those approaching from  the city, it becomes unneorasary to  disturb ut present  the old building.   ���   CARD OP THANKS  On behalf of thu family I wish to  sincerely lhank nil those 'who #o> kindly sent [lowers to my daughter,Marion  Ilnrding, during her sicknese. Wo al-  ho thank nil for the sympathy shown  us in our great bereavement at her  death, especially those who sent sprayd  wreaths, etc.   *   HOSPITAL DONATIONS  The local hospital authorities wish  to acknowledge the following donations during the month of duly and  also to announce that donntions of  fruit willi be very welcome at tho how-  pital, also such vegetables as corn  nnd tomatoes, cabbage .etc. Messrs.  P. Burns k Co., have kindly agreed  to deliver anything Mi nt their store  for the hospital.  Cash donations,���Kolowna Saw Mill  Co. 160; .J. T. K. Onkeloy, $2.5(1.  Mrs. Sweeney, bo\ apples; F. A. Tny-  lor, four quarts fruit; .John Birch, ilet-  tUOO and rhubarb ut various times;  Friend, cups and saucers; Friend, let-  t uooj Palmer and Rogorson, window  boxes of flowers; Mrs. Patterson, out  flowers; Mr. Walter Case, cherries; &  Friend, green apple*: Mrs. Ferguson,  flowers; Chas. Mrtrly,,sack beetroot*,  ii.   A.   Fisher,  Secretary.  .*-,^\/N/N*V>i#fc*V"��*N/*W-.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT IvlEROfAOTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  ,     KELOWNA  Phone 13S  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bem.nl Arsmn      - -      Kelown.. B.C.  GLENMORE FRUIT.LANDS  Sittatted within one half mils of town, and being  abeat loo feet above the lake, it commando a beautiful view of the town,  \Vc and surrounding country.  itital Fruit Soil. Abundance of Wafer.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only ona GLENMORE. Don't mias the opportunity of ���electing a few acrea of thit dwirabla  ���property.  If you wish ��� cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and wa well  show you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  Jutt four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms ��aiy��  monthly payments if ao desired.  First-class Fruit Lands  Fer Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted thit spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchase*  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply ptpsxl to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd  Are now completely equipped   to supply ��11   your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aad const  ROUGH ANDFMSIUNG LUMBEJt  of  high-grade quality and la  on.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913  KELOWNA IKCOaU)  We have in stock  McConrrick and Deering  Mowers  Rakes and  Hay Tedders  in different sizes  We   invite  you  to   call   and   inspect   our  NEW HARNESS STORE  We have separated it from our Implement  department, and will now be in a better po-  sition-4�� carry nothing but first-class stock  You will find our stock of RIDING GOODS complete,  also a good selection of Dusters and Rugs  W. R. GLENN <& SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street fit Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  WHAT IT COSTS  to furnish a Bedroom  Dresser and Washstand, in  surface oak, with a 14 x 24  bevel plate Mirror    -       -$13.50  Wlrtte enamelled steel Bed,  brass fittings, 4ft. 6in. wide     4.00  Bed Spring, 4ft. 6in. wide    -      3.25  Combination felt and excelsior  Mattress in A1 grade ticking  ' 4ft. 6in. wide    -       - 4.50  Good quality Engliah tapestry  Carpet -     7.00  White porcelain Toilet Set    -      2.00  Net cash price  -  $34.25  Tha above are not a cheap line purchased  for advertising putpojai, but our high quality  standard stock at our regular everyday price.  *E NBVEK SACRIFICE QUALITY FOR PRICE  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUR  PICTURES  BY  HAVING  US   FRAMES  THEM  THE GREENHOUSES, Hichter Street  (BctwMw Passbylerisa and new English Churches)  FRESH COT HOT HOUSE  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  ���t store prices ,  CUTFLOWERS     VsfrteWo end Bedding Plsmf    POT PLANTS  Order, taken for  BuH)S  Winler Planlg  Late Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants  Phon. 61 PALMER &   ROGERSON P.O.Box II7  UNIQUE BANQUET IN NEW STOEB  AT CALGABY  One of the most unique gatherings  ever held in Western Canada took  plaoe at Calgary on the evening ol  Monday, August 18th, when the managers of all of tbe Hudson's Bay Coin-  pauy*9 stores attended a banquet given in the new Calgary store in honor  of the opening which took place on  that: day.,  The Hudson's Bay Company has  some six-teen stores scattered throughout the great west, by far the largest system in Canada, and with possibly one or two exceptions, the heads  of all these various units assembled  at Calgary to attend the opening cere*  monies of the splendid new store  which has been erected and equipped  at   a   cost of two million dollars.  Another interesting feature of the  banquet was the presence of n number  of the company's fur trader.-.. Il was  a meeting of the new and the old, the  mingling of the men engaged in the  company's old and exclusive business  of buying furs nnd those who represent . its new and great mercantile policy, which il due eventually to grow  to proportions far beyond thc imagination of the old company of gentlemen  and adventurers of England1 trading  into Hudson's Bay.  BXTEKNAf. RENOVATING AT  BUCKINGHAM PALACE  Buckingham palace is at last undergoing a thorough renovation externally. For the next three, moaths 160  men, in eight hour shifts, will be at  work day and night without a break,  reconstructing tho front in White Portland stone. Powerful electric lights will  be'used all night. All the stones to  be used have been prepared and juim-  beredto savo time.  During the ufogres.. ol the renovation special precautions will be taken  to guard the treasure vaults in the  basement, the value of the contents of  which is almost fabulous, They comprise the vast accumulations of jewels,  pictures, statutory, furniture and objects in art which have come into the  possession of the royal family in the  last two centuries. There is no accommodation for these treasures in tha  royal  residences.  The largest ot the three vaults measures 30O feet by 2G0. It is used for  the storage of furniture and pictures.  The smallest, which is lined with Bteel  throughout, is uaed as a jewel. room.  Its contents are also priceless. It  contains more than 6,1)00 gold ornaments weighing ( considerably more  than a ton. Many individual* items  would fetch thousands of pounds in  the open market. Most, of these jewels are gift! made to Queen Viotoria  by other sovereigns.  VILLAGE WIPED OtJT BY STRANGE  AEROLITE  The village of Alcooer, near Valencia, in Spain, has been practically wiped out, and the surrounding  country ravaged by an aerolite ol  great size.  Shortly after noon on August 5th  there dropped from a cloudless sky a  lurid ball of fire. A deafening series  of detonations like a thousand rifle  ���hots sounded through the still atmosphere and, scattering tongues pf flame  in all directions, the heavy .mass buried itself in the earth.  The surrounding country was set on  fire and within an hour, nothing but  blackened masses of farmhouses, haylofts, trees, and gathered crops of lu-.y  wheat and olives,  The whole population .of Aloocer was  at lhe moment attending a requiem  service in the churoh some two miles  distant. But for that circumstance  the loss of life would have been terrible. As it was five persons were  seriously burned, one of them succumbing to his injuries the same evening.  At the moment the aerolite fell at  Alcooer a terrible thunderstorm, which  was aocompanied by a rain of stones,  some the size of oranges and weighing nearly two pounds, burst over the  neighboring villages of Benavites and  Cuartil.  The ground was covered in places to  a dopth of five inches by these stones.  A pungent odor of sulpher pervaled  the locality for hours after the pheno-  An Edmonton report states the Alberta Legislature will assemble in Hve  weeks time, and it is expected that  Premier Sift on'will have something to  announce regarding the settlement of  the Alberta and Great Waterways matter.  MOTION PICTUttU CENSORSHIP  Censorship of moving picture films  in British Columbia, and, indeed all  through the. Dominion may be extended to a censorship of lip movement as  well as of plot ond play. Tho suggestion has been made to Lou Gordon  the provincial censor, that it might  be well to engage tbe services of a  deaf .mute to pass upon tho lip movements of the various characters in the  films. These people arc trained in lip  reading and can discover .vlu.ro an  actor tis using bad language where an  ordinary person;would not be able to  do so. In some, caties deaf mutes have  drawn tho attention of censors to tho  fact that characters in photo , plays  are shown to , bo using profaue language, and thds mar the presentation  of the play. The suggestion will be  token up with, tho various cerpors  throughout Canada and it is hoped to  have somo joint action by v.l.i.1. "bad  talk" may be eliminated from the  pictures, even if that "bad Ulk" is  not noticeable to the average onlooker.  A homing pigeon, taken from New  York to Rio Janiero, Brazil, and lib-  orated there,, arrived back in New  York after a 48-days flight. The distance is 4,200 mites and this is the  first known case of a homing pigeon  being able to stand thc excessive heat  experienced in crossing tho equatorial  regions.  GOVERNOR OF NEW YOKK..8TATK WHO FACES IMPEACHMENT  CHARGES  New Yorkers live,on excitement and all the state is a stage upon  which is unacted sufficient comedy and tragedy to keep the nerves  of tho most tempermental QtinglsJ One woo doth tread upon anothers  heels so fast do1 they follow. A police official has beon sentenced to  death for inciting murder, many othor police officials have been sent  to prison tor grafting, a state senator has just "gone up" for demanding money for public service and new the Governor of the state  is oharged with gambling campaign funds. Judging from letters published he may also have to defend a suit as a result of charges made  hy a Woman who, it is claimed received many love letters from him  when ho was less conspicuous in the world "of affairs. Conditions look  very serious, but Governor.SuIbbt it is said, will not submit to impeachment by the legislature. Ho is defiant and insist?. "*nt ho will  remain [in offico and continue to exercise his authority if he has to  eat and sleep in the executive office in order to retain possession.  ���l���H'W'l'frH"M"W^  i PRODUCTIVE LAND 1  If you an seeking  | Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage ;;  apply to i !  :: R. L DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  I ; Telephone   .   L I  '' Okanagan Mission is tke prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  '  "** ������MMMMM���������-������a��� '  List of properties for aale on application  H ... H ������.���.���.'II tlM . I .���������.�������.���.��� I l-M-H liMII .���M'.-Wa t  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nut aizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -  $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA B.C.  T��Ufih��tui  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Door*, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc,  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limitee*  Q  *&  ssV  ��a=9  Control   Your   Coal  Expenditure  In the Gurney-Oxford range you will find  more exclusive features, more essential improvements that appeal to the thrifty housewife than  have ever before been found in any one kitchen  range.  But most important of all is the Economizer.  This Jclever device for regulating the drafts  saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 that you would  burn in the ordinary range. It takes the smell of  cooking out of the kitchen and sends it up the  chimney.   You know what that means.  The Economizer enables you to absolutely  control the amount of coal you wish to consume and still have a perfect beat for cooking.  It will enable you to keep your fire going  while you go out shopping or visit your neighbor, and all that is necessary for you to do  on your return is to press the small lever and  you are assured of. a hot fire in a very few moments.  A Gurney-Oxford stove is sanitary���no dirt  can accumulate on its beautifully smooth surface.  Its top is polished steel which abolishes forever that dreadful operation ��� blacking the stove.  Of paramount interest also are the other  remarkable and exclusive attachments ��� the  Special Grate, the Divided Flue and the Broiler.  Every woman who knows owns a Gurney-  Oxford.  sjsj  taBj  cap  4-ad  *��    D. LECKIE, Kelowra KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY. AUGUST 31, 1918  taaUM  are our leading feature. Our sale is over, but to keep our friends'  attention directed to this store, we are making a leading feature of  specially pricing seasonable merchandise. As a special inducement  we are offering 10 per cent, off all regular lines and on many new  lines a still greater sacrifice will be made. August is generally a quiet  month, but we do not propose to have any quiet months. Our cash  system of doing business does away with much expense entailed in  conducting a credit store. We are naturally able to sell at a very  much finer margin than we should otherwise be able to do. We draw  special attention to the following lines of  Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Men's Wear  Dry Goods Department  We have just received a shipment of Lady Overall  Aprons. They ace made in pretty stripe Ginghams  and in plain colors of Navy, Old Rose,' Alice, etc.,  suitably trimmed, very full in size. Prices from Si.mi  to j |.50  NOVELTY LACE COLLARS  Wc have some exceptionally pretty designs in Bulgarian collars, these are quite the late-ir. The prices  are quite reasonable. From 95c, to .    .    f   .   Si.5"  CORSETS  Wc are sole agents for the D. & A. Corset Co. and  have just received our fall shipment, every number  and size iu stock now.   Prices from 75c. to . . S3.75'  SATIN UNDERSKIRTS  A very special line in   fine Duchess Satin      lin a  pleating at foot, in colors ol Cream, Royal, Alice  Paddv and Tan. Special S2.50  LADIES' DRESSES  All our stock of Ladies Dresses, in both muslins and  cloth. Styles offered at great reductions. These include a few pretty muslins with pink and blue  spot effects. Reg. values up to J15.00. Special prices  from i 55.75  Onlv  CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES  a few    left   but they ate good.     Sizes  are  from six to twelve years. We arc prepared to cut  thc prices on these goods to the verv lowest possible mark. They are in both white with colored  embroidery and in self colors of pink, blue, etc.  That we succeeded in convincing the public that  we were selling good boots and shoes for less than  they can be bought for elsewhere is evidenced hy the  enormous quantities that we have disposed of during our sale. If you were not there come in during  Regatta week and let us convince vou.  MEN'S BOOTS  30 pairs Men's Tan, Leather-lined Boots (Doctors  special 1. Goodyear welt, two full soles, under heel,  Water proof and Solid in every respect. Reg. price  S7.00 a pair. To clear at S5.50 a   pair  30 pairs Men's Water proof Black Box Calf. Leather  lined,    Bluchers,   same   a*, above. Worth S7.00. To  dearat 15.50  Men's White Canvas. Bluchers, just the thing for  the hot weather. Regular S2.75. Our price . . . $1.0,5  Men's Vacation Oxfords, White Duck uppers, Rubber  soles. Sale Price I1.25  Men's Outing Bals. White Duck fl.25  Men's Red Pox Tennis or Yachting Bluchers. Extra heavy rubber soles. To clear at ...   .   $1.65  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS  We have a great number of Ladies Oxfords and Slippers. Small sizes. Worth J3.00 to 54.50 per pair.  We have dumped them all on the bargain counter  at ,   .    .   Jil.50 a pair.  30 pairs of Ladies   Slippers. Odd sizes.     Clearing  at $1.00  The Fashion Shoe for Women. Gun Metal, button.  Goodyear welt. Regular $5.00 to clear at . . $2.95  Black  Dongola Blucher. Patent toe. Short Vamp.  Very stylish boot. To clear at J2.75  Ladies Patent Bluchers. Sizes j to 7. Regular S4.50  Sale price    $2.75  Infanta Boots. Sizes 1 to 7. Per pair 75c.  Children and Girls Boots, all sizes. Entire line to  be cleared out at greatly reduced prices to make  room for new fall goods, which are arriving by  every boat.  Special Clearance Sale of  Odd Suits  After our great sale of men's suits we hav* on hand  38 odd suits. To keep our stock clean, we have  decided to sell all theae odd 10118 for less than cost  price. Made up in Scotch and English tweeds in  neat patterns. Regular J 15.00, fiS.oo 525.00 and  530,00. Yours while they last for 510.00  MEN'S KHAKI DRILL SHIRTS t     .  Special line of men's Khaki drill shirts, extra large  body,   double   stitched,   felled   seams, re-inforced  throughout. Special ��1.25  Men's Black Sateen Shirts, made up of extra strong  sateen, double stitched, large body. Special . . fi.oo  OUTING SHIRTS 5i.oo  Flannelette Outing Shirts, Cream color ground with  blue,   heliotrope   and black   stripe,   workmanship  guaranteed. Special 51.00  MEN'S SOFT WOOL SOX ajc. .,  These are closely knit from a soft wool yarn, snug  fitting, ribbed cuffextra spliced heel and toe. Spec-  ial ���   ���   ���   ��5��- P�� pair  MEN'S CASHMERE SOCKS 35c.  Men's Pen Angle Black Cashmere Sox, spliced heel  and toe.   ,   .    . 3��e,  Men's Silk Lisle Sox in Black and Tan shades, fast  color. Special 1  3jc,  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C.  ���MMMg THUBSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913  f*  KELOWNA RECORD  OwM,  lake all  htdoors a  Wayground for  Me Folks & Big  )rownie  Cameras  Give all the fun of photography without any of the  I bother. Are so simple a  child can use with good  results. Capable enough  for the experienced ama-  [ teur.  1  "  monies, $1 to $12  , I Wits I Co.  k-GGlSTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  IONE 19  SYNOPSIS 0* COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right, of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Provinoe of Briturh Columbia, Bay  be leased for a term ol twenty-oae  years at an annual rental oi II an  aore. Not more than 3,560 acre*  will be leased to one applioant.  Applioation lor the leaae muet be  made by the applioant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in whioh the rights applied lor are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land mutt  be deseribed by teotions, or legal subdivisions ol sections, and In unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied lor  shall be staked out by the applioant  himaelt-  Iiicli applioation mutt be aeoonv  panied by a lee' ol |5 whioh will be  refunded it the rights applied lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty ahall be paid on tht merchantable output ol the mine at the  rate ol live oents per ton.  The person operating the mint shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting lor the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. II the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, ouch  returns should be furnished' a* laatti  once a year.  The leaae will include the ooal mining rights only, but the' lease, may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights Boy be considered necessary lor the worHaf ol  tht mint at tht rate ol 110 an sort.  For full information applioation  ahould be made to the teoretary ol  the Department,ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent ol Sub-Agent  ol Dominion lands.  ... W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorised publication ot  this advertisement will not bt paid  Ior.  Advertise    in ths    "Record" it you  want quiok results.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  'Phone 240  P.O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  \)l/f" RfnaiT   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We Stock.   CM Rolled Sna(tin*> Bolt,> Screws' Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agtnt. (or tht Itmou.  CADILLAC CARS  alao (or  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK we have engaged tha services of an  lutomobile expert who hae had years of experience in first-class  ���hope.   We are giving satisfaction lo a great many car ownert  in the valley and can sstitfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET        - - KELOWNA, B.C.  Utters of a Self-raited Office Boy  to His Pal  In whichUimmr tell, ol Kelowna happening* to Mr.  Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B.C.  Dear Sid,���Well, old boy, the regatta  hat oame and went, and as usual with  things in Kolowna, it was a howling  success. The various ovents were hotly contested, and whatever of excitement was lacking in them was furnished'by the Kelowna band, which dispensed bewitohing melodies during the  two days sporte. Also a large (actor  in the success af the regatta was thc  large entry of "suffering yets." There  is no use talking, Sid, we oan't do  without tho girls; looking them. thc  festivities would have been at bread  without yeast! So we say, with a  heart full of admiration, "All hail to  thc fair mermaids ol Kelowna!"  While all the events were interesting,  to me the war canoe races were especially so. Talk about your oxcitomont  ���anyone who would not feel his blood  course moro rapidly, and his he-i.l  skip a beat or two during one ol these  races, ought to be measured for a  wooden kimono and be planted 'neath  the daisies.  During one of the most Boul-stirring  races of the meet occurred a most  tragio event. Just as the mighty  throng were holding their various varieties of breaths .waiting for the liiiiuli  of the raoe, with a cold and sullen  splash, tho nocturnal division of tho  police force force slid into the lake.  At .first it was decided to let it sink,  but some one suggested that it had  the keys of the city menagerie on its  person, and that the animals would  starve if the keeper was not on tho  job. At that a life-line was tossed to  tho water-logged minion of tho law,  and he was dragged to safety. I do  not know whether there is any truth  in the report or not, but some people  say this accounts for tho green soum  seen flouting on tho lake the last few  days.  The regatta was finished with a  night of unbridled license in the form  of a masked carnival. Ihe oarnival  spirit was ns much in evidence as tho  spirit of the Scotch variety was conspicuous by its absenoe.  We are still packing them in at the  Opera House. The boBB says to mo  the other day, ".Jimmy, we'll get tho  business only aB long as we deliver  the goods, and take it irom me, my  boy, we'll continue to produce the  merchandise if it takes every inch of  hide off our backs."li Now there is  some, olass to working for a gazubo  like that. It makes a fellow feel like  throwing off hit ,ooat and jumping into the fight horse, foot, and dragoons.  On Saturday night at the Opera  House we are |going to have some real  aotors in the persons of Mr. and Mrs.  SoameB of Kelowna, and Mr. Sauter,  of Summerland, with their supporting  companies. Enough said, when these  names are mentioned���it means that  something with quality sticking out  all over it is going to be pulled off.  Next, Wednesday we have with us the  Pollards, tho premier of all juvenilo  opera companies. They come to us  with the "Last Welti", an opera  teeming with haunting melodies, and a  chorus whose pulchritude is positively  assured.  You know Sid my exoetsive modesty  also my distaste lor any form of boasting. Excuse me, but this time I am  going, to olimb on the lenoe and orow  to beat any old rooster that ever  scratched gravel. You well remember  I mentioned in my last letter how our  ball team slipped one over on that  misguided lay out Irom Coquitlam.  "Listen, my child, and you shall hear"  the etquell On the following morning  our band ol lusty braves smeared on  their war paint, and fell on that band  of deluded pirates tooth and nail and  great was the falling thereof I By the  beard of the prophet. I swear, never  was suoh a Blaughtor witnessed! Eight  large nutritious runt in one inning!  Can you beat that? On the afternoon ol  tht tame day the oarnival of victory  Amusements  BETUEN OP THE POLLARDS '  After innumerable triumphs in Canada and the eastern United States  the Pollard Australian Opera Company  is to return here for an engagement  of one night, Wednesday. August 27th  at the opera house and will present  their feature attraction. "The Last  Waltz," by Harry S. Smith, also the  composer of "Floradora" "Havana",  and "A Runaway Girl."  The Pollards, give a remarkably  bright, snappy, and interesting performance, and it is given entirely 6by  young people, or, moro properly by  very young men and womon who range  in ages from sixteen to twenty-one  years. Everything about it ts to  clean, so original. In some mysterious manner tho freshness and vivacity  and unspoiled charms of youth is  welded to the authority and iutolli-  genoe one would expect of matute age.  It Is like bearing and seeing an opera  by very capable adults���only they u'e  not adults, but just boyt and girls  who have been trained :o poifnticn  from childhood.  Teddio McNamara, the principal c m-  edian with tho Pollard company, is  well remembered hero. Teddio h���s just,  turned twenty yearB of ugo. Do hus  beon appearing in principal comedy  parte with tho Pollards in 'all tho  Standard light operas and musical  oomodiet since the tender age of seven.  Among other principals who are returning this season are, Quoeny Williams, Pnttio Hill, Daisy Wilson, .Nellie  McNamara. Phyllis Phillipson, WiUie  Pollard, Leslie Donaghay, supported by  the same graceful and well trained  ohoruB that waa seen here last season.  -*-  LOCAL ADVERTISING!  Our Peterboro correspondent in his  letter some time ago, had some remarks to make on the value to thc  retailer of local advertising that are  sound and to the point. We would  like to see more attention given to  thit phase of, the grocery business and  to that end. invite our friends, to give  us thoir experience and suggestions.  Give two grocers in a small town-  one of them a regular advertiser in  the local paper, and the other advertising spasmodically or not at all-1  and it ia not difficult to pick the winner with precision. To the retailer  who is just starting in business, this  method of announcing himself a candidate for trade is the surest, safest  and in faot tho only way in whioh he  oan attract to himself the attention  ol the publio he most desires to roach.  The initial expense to which he < will  be put is merely nominal compared  with I the amount of money he would  waste by sitting down and waiting for  business to come to him. Let him at  the outset engage a small space in  his paper and (ill it with new copy  every day or week, aa he can afford,  Nothing so surely illustrates the pro-  gressiveness of a man as the amount  of advertising he is able to do. ���From  The Canadian Grocer.   *   Joe Tyler, of Spokane, Wash., won  the tennis championship of British Columbia in the final day's play at, the  championship tournament at Vancouver, B.C. He defeated H. G. Garrett,  of Vanoouver in three straight sets  with ease. Scores 6���1, 6���3, 6���2.  was continued by our Lacrosse team,  who , rising in their might and the  strength ol their youth, tmote the  Kamloops outfit hip,and thigh. 01 a  truth, Sid, victory is lashed onco  more to our flag pole, and screaming like a tteam oalliope.  Note��� My dear young man, write  me soon, and give your reasons (if  you have any) for still living in that  duok pond, when you might be  ponding like a rote in the salubrious  climate of Kelowna. Yours as over.  JIMMY.  SALE OF DAIRY CATTLE  The B. C. Department of Agriculture, Live Stock Branoh will  tell at publio auction, on i Friday August 29th, 1913, at 1 p.m.  at tht Vernon Fair Ground., Vernon, B. C. A FINE LOT  OF GRADE DAIRY CATTLE. Thote oattle art  principally high-grade Holsteias, there being one pure-bred Holstein  in tht lot. Tht shipment consists of 30 oows, 10 two-year-olds in  oalf and 14 yearling heifert. Thetehave been carefully selected and  all are tuberculin tested.  TERMS    OF    SALE:- CASH.  86-39.  w. t. McDonald,  Live Stook Commissioner.  Pleate note change of date of this tale to one week later  them fust advertised.  Will be held FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th.  IF YOU WBSH To ARRANGE  for A HAN6S  kWE have the  s  MADAM i ARE YOU ENTIRELY SATISFIED WITH  THE RANGE YOV ARE NOW COOKING ON?  THE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF THE WHOLE  FAMILY DEPEND UPON THEIR HAVING WHOLESOME  FOOD.  COOKING AT BEST IS HARD WORK. SHOULD  YOU NOT LIGHTEN YOUR WORK BY USING A LABOR-  SAVING new range? WE SELL THE SOUVENIR  RANGE.    WE HAVE THEM.    COME SEE.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Succor, to the Morri.on-Thomp.on Co,]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop: iim Aiwiiii    n /-.  Coates, Edwarde & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Western Canners. Ltd.  FOR REFRESHING BEVERAGES  English Ginger Beer  Lemonade  Extra Special Dry Ginger Ale  Cream Soda  Ginger Ale  Kola Champagne  Lime Juice Soda  Organge Champagne  Soda Water  FINEST OKANAGAN CIDER.   Pints, per doz., $1.50 KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913  [ WANTED! )  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  first insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No nd., inserted for less than 25 cents.  All classified advertisements must be  paid for iu advance owing to the cost  attending tho booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may bo received for thesu ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOB SALE- 20 acres fine fruit and  hay land, six miles from Kelowna on  \ ernon road; also 7>roomed houie  and two fine building hits cnWilson  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Contes, Lake  view hotel. 23tf.  GOODS FOB SALE  FOB SALE ��� "Champion" potato  digger, oheap.. Apply Geo. \V. Schell.  Rutland. .Plume 8103. 35-8-2  FOR SALE���Team of horses, about  l'JOO lbs., harness, wagons, also  about twenty young horses. Will be  sold cheap. Apply Gillis Hunjford,  Kelowna, .   36-9  FOR SALE���Horse, single or doulilo  driver. CI. W, Dickson. P.O. box 2S!I,  'Phone 128. 35tf  FOR SALE- Thoroughbred llolsteiu  Hull', at Harriss1 lluwkesdalc Ranch.  Apply E. Marvin, Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE, 10 ACRES bourn.- orchard at Rutland. About 'JOn [rees  good commercial varieties, also small  fruits, good' 8-room house and outbuildings. Terms easy. Also a number of colonies Italian bees. Apply  'I'.  Barber,  Rutland. -  FOB SALE- This is for a bargain-  hunter. 20-acres. all under cultivation, 700 two-year-old trees, house,  good water, o(o, ''���' "." -, ������ aero.  Will take lots or oity property as  part payment for qulok sale. For par.  tieulars writo to Box. "D". Kelownn  Record. 2M f.  TOR SAI.E-Bargain for ca.h. two 33-  foot lots, adjoining, with water. Wilson avenue. Address Box "M" Record office. 37.10  FOR SALE  On.  hoiis. on  tho  Marty subdivision  behind   hospital,   14   rooms,  hot      anil  cold wat.r, W.C., on  largo corner lot. |  Also one bungalow, 8 rooms, hot and !  cold water,  W.C.    Also one in Abbott  Street, 7 rooms, hot   anil oold wnlw. \  private   W.C.   Easy   terms.   Apply     R.  W, Butler. P.O. Box 1815. ' 3tltf.  FOR SALE��� Fence pusts, Fir. Apply  Cather. 'Phone B4. 22tf.  FOR SALE��� Young pigs: registered  Berkshire first class breeding stock;  also eggs for hutching. Barred Rocks  ItulT Orpingtons, r.-c. Rhode Island  Rills, I'.-c. Brown l.e;honis. Apply  .1. Bateman. Vernon Road, Kelowna.  sattf  FOR SALE��� Driving horse, buggy and  harness. All in perfect condition, Box  418. x  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  I  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  General Manager  Aaalatant 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 accounts  are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. a1  KELOWNA  BRANCH  H. C. PANGMAN, Manager  FOR SALE- Solid rubber tired buggy  bull bearing bicycle wheals, nnd sin-  gle set driving harness in first class  condition. English saddle and bridle.  Apply. E', W, Wilkinson. P. 0. Box  251. ' So...  SITUATIONS WANTED  FOR SALE���Good range, maohine, and  shack, Enquire Cannery, Ealing  house kitchen. 30-11  FOR SALE ���I pair general purpose  horses, double wagon and harness.  Iron Age potato planter and digger,  plows, harrows and oth.r ranch implements, Apply, ,1.11. Silver, Ohm-  more. 3940  FOR SAI.E-Hav. Timothy and clover  and alfalfa, delivered or in stack.  Plione or apply at Central Oknnagan  Lands Ltd. or Glenmore Ranch. 37-40  FOR SALE���Fast driving ho���, throe  years old.  Apply P.O. Box 521.    37  FOB SALE- C.ood three-year old fuddle inure (double driver.) Any reasonable offer accepted. Apply H.M.,  P.O. Box  111. 38  FARM HELP��� Man desires position  on ranch at once. P. 0. Box 118,  Kelowna. 38-40  WANTED���by experienced young woman (Canadian) Situation as general, Apply Box A. B. 105. Kelowna,  II.  0. 39-40  HOUSES WANTED  WANTED TO RENT- Hou... furnish-  ed or unfurni.hed. Apply Richmond',  store.. 38  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED���One big sorrel horse, no  marks, one bay more, with halter,  branded 10, one two-year-old filly  white star on forehead, i\ny person  bringing samo to A. I.mice, 'I'. C.  Kerr's ranch will receive reward of  810.011 30  NOTICE  Any  person   wanting a  nice  handy FRUIT WAGON, capacity two tons, and all hand  made, call at  The Kelowna Carriage Works  J.   N.  Cameron,  Prop.  PACKED IN CEYLON FOR        '  THE McKENZIE CO., LTD.  GROCERS  KELOWNA, B.C.  White Restaurant  50c.   DINNER   50c.  6-8 p.m.  Saturday, August 23rd,  1913  Tomato Soup  Boiled Salmon  Sauce Tnrtare  Roast Beef  Roast Chickens    Bread Sauce  Curry and Rice  Riseolea  Carrot.  Cauliflower au Gratin  Chocolate Mould  Slewed Fruit       Peach Pie  m  THE following ure illustrations of aome of  the popular models for 1913 and among  tliem will be found styles suitable for the different figures, nil made with tliat care and precision  which lias made llie name OC a la Grace  famous. To every pair is given thnt minute  detail of lmnufacture necessory to a perfect  corset: the best of materials in the construction  and proper inspection as to workmanship, so  that each pair is fully guaranteed in every particular. See that the name C C a la Grace ie  on every pair.  ���wKrrgrir-",tttt B^������M���i������eeeeeeeeWM  Decedo, special model  (or full and .tout figures,  hip-reducing .traps, medium bu.t, special quality  coutil, wide duplex etrela,  extra .trong corset, .izea  20 to 36  are made in many styles and many rizes to suit fashion's every possible requirement. Each model giver, ptrfc*; ease and comfort to  the wearer.  Models 693, 575 and 715 ire suitable fer rK.i, rir'.ir.h fibres.  For medium fin.'rc: we rocommend ...  Models 666, 777 and 633 arc best for fully d:vakp.d figures  Maternity wai.t,  in fine coutil,  front, aide and  back lacing.,  aizea   20   to   30  Very popul.r  low bust model,  with long akirl,  made in fine qua  iitv coutil. auit-  oble for average  and full figure.,  aizea 18 to 30  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  This is  what  is labelled on several  hundred packages received   by   us  last week.    These packages contain  the well-known  TUSKER TEA  Tusker Tea is a Colden Tipped  XXX X'Pekoe from Tuville Gardens  Colombo, Ceylon, and is grown, picked snd shipped for the McKenzie Co.,  Ltd., by the Co-Operative Tea  Gardens Co.  This tea was handled before by  Thos. Lawson, Ltd., and this is the  first shipment we have been able to  get through direct/packed for ourselves. We recommend it and guarantee it to be a good wholesome  fragrant and refreshing tea  Tusker Tea, 50c. per pound  Do You Make Your Tea Like This?���  Fresh water, freshly boiled; rinse the teapot thoroughly  (earthen tea pot is best), with warm water ; put in required  quantity of tea ; pour on boiling water and infuse five minutes.  USE TUSKER TEA. Result: Nicely liquored tea and satisfied  drinkers.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Auction Sale  of Household Furniture and Effects  At tlie Residence of  T. RENWICK, Glenn Ave.  On Wed. August 27th  at l.a�� Sharp.  loir brass and iron beds, springs,  niatrsasM; four drasseri with bevelled  mirrors; lour toilet sets) 1 eot and  mattress; I parlor tables; 1 bamboo  table; hall rask with mirror, Mai  stovs, air tight heater; Oxford Uhanusl-  lor rang.; l.inol.llin; rugs; OU atov.1;  wa.hing maohine; wringer; tubs; platform scales (140 lbs.) lawn mower;  cross-out .aw; .hovel*; garden tool.;  logging .hain; 1 oak .xlaniion dining  table; 1 sideboard with mirror; 19 dining room .hairs; morris ohair, 1 upholstered arm rhnir, I rattan arm  chair; 8 rockers, 1 lounges, 6 kitshan  chair., kitchen cupboard with glaas  doors, kitehen table, kitchen utensils;  step ladder, clothe, horse; dishes, sealers, orooks, lamp, olook, linen chest,  12 Plymouth Rock hens, 3 coops and  other articles to numorous to mention.  Goods on view morning of sals  Terms:��� 810 and    under cash,   over  that amount 4 months credit on    approved noteB. Interest 8 per cent....  MANLY BYRNS  38-9 Auctioneer.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan.,   Specification,   and    Eatimate.  Furnished  HOUSE    TO    RENT-r On St. Paul  street,    seven    rooms,    bath,   W.C.  eleotrio light, modern in every    respect. Apply C. G. Buok. 'Phone 216.  39tl.  LOST-WATERPROOF COAT- at the  baseball grounds on Thursday, Aug.  14, after game. Finder please return  to Record office Reward. x  Buy a Good  Watch NOW  P\ON*T put off the p.irc..o.te of a  *-J new dependable watch until  your preaent one makaa you min  tome important engagement Dii-  canl the old one NOW. Buy the  new one at thia itore becauaa you  will get an  Elgin or Waltham  the m ..it reliable tiro e keeper* known  From $5 to $85  W. M. PARKER��CO.  THE QUAUTY 1EWELER5  Crowley Block - KELOWNA, B.C  'Phone 270  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  W. C. AMEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan, and Estimate.  Finishing work a .peci.lty  OfficeI No. 6, Crowley Block, Kolowna  P.O. Box 511

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