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 VOL, V.   NO. 30.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JUNE 19  Meeting of  City Council  Assessment Reaches Over  4.J Millions  First Wedding in New  Church  TEMPLE-BINGER  Rutland News  There waa a full attendance at Friday's council meeting. Mayor Jones  prwiditrg.  Some correspondence was read relating to tho city's financial matters. In  this connection Aid. Sutherland announced that the Finance committee  had arranged a loan of 926.000 against  debentures from a private party. This  loan it was pointed out should enable  the city to complete the sewerage disposal works, and also to pay for the  land taken in widening Pendozi'street.  The city aB��!sor, Mr. P. T. Dunn  reported the assessment roll complete,  Subject to. alteration" by the court ol  revision, the total value placed upon  lands and improvements for 191.1 would  be $4,570,105.00. The amount oi taxable  lands $2,732,955.00.  This was an increase over lastyear  of nearly three-quarters oi a million  dollars.  AW. Sutherland, cemmonting upob  these- figures,said that in the event of  them not being materially changed at  the Court, of revision, a twenty, mill  nate should give an additional revenue  of ;JMQ0 to that of last'year. The  I extra amount, however, required for  debenture intereat, grants and other  purpoaeswould exceed thia, and it was  very probable that, the tax rate for  thia year would have to be increased'.  A formal resolution waB paseed thnt  the assessment roll be returned1 on  July 4th.  The Finance committee recommencVd  payment of the following account*:  J. Harvey, payment in full  for services  at  power house $ 32.00  H. A. Blakeborough, payment  in full for services at power  house     37*49  Time sheet, repairs to inttuU  pipe,  (to May 21)     128.90  'Time sheet, repairs to intake  pipe,  (to June 5th) 98.40  B. Healey, raising electric poles 1.50  J.Seguin, raising electric poles 1.60  V. Maoino, raising electric poles 1-50  I. Azema, raising electric poles 1.50  J. Akeroyd, raising eleotrio .poles 150  J. If. Doyle, premium on insurance policy covering tool  house and content., (electric  tool house,)    25.00  Sewer construction pay roll  for 16 days ending May 31. .   117.55  The cutting of weeds and grans.along  the streets came up for consideration  and the Board of Works was instructed to make arrangements for the work.  Alderman Thompson was aaked. to  see that some necessary repairs were  made to the  flag pole in the park.  Mention was made of an action  brought by T. Hamilton for $3,000  damages against the oity for injuries  during aewer conatruction. Th* cit  solicitor had informed the council that  Hamilton had lost his case.  The Board of Works recommended  that Mr. Armstrong's request for certain gravelling work on Abbott street  be not granted at present as the  street in part of his property waa in  good condition. It was pointed out  that owing to the limited amount of  money at present at the disposal of  the Board of Works, the amount of  money required to make tht augyieet-  ed improvements could be spent to  better advantage elsewhere.  This recommendation was accepted  by the oounoil.  Alderman Thompson reported on having examined the property in the  Marty subdivision and he was of tho  opinion that the medical hoalth inspector should not pass pome of the  houses constructed there. At least  one had been built right  in a   slough  The council decided tha*t it should  be impossible for tbe city to open the  streets through this subdivision at present unless the owners of tho property  cleared the streets of brush.  Alderman Copeland proposed that  the salary of the road foreman bo'increased to $4.00 per ({lay. He had, he  said, worked for the* oity for the past  two years at $3.00 'per day and had  given oomplete aati.jfaotlon..  A resolution was passed t (footing  this increase from July 1,  The returning officer's declaration as  to' the carrying of the warter and  Hgl\t extension by-taws Nob- 132 and  133 at the poll on June. 6th waa received and these were hhm *ioou*id��-  Monday, June 16th was lhe occasion qf an event whioh has not before  been equalled in. the annals of nuptial  'ceremonies in Kelowna. Thia was the  marriage of Mr. Anthony Temple and  Miss Gwenddolino Binger at St Michael and All Angels' church. The .steady  I downpour, which struggled lo quench  ,1)10 spirits of all concerned, was at  .the eleventh hour overcome by the  j sun's brJiianCe and enabled the spectacle to be viewed in its best aspect.  The bridegroom, a lieutenant nf the  ''IV squadron of thi* B.C. Horse was  attended by an escort of ten files under command of Major C. Clurko.thtir  scarlet tunics adding greatly to the  color effect. Mr. H. (J. M. Wilson not  ed as best man, while MisH Winter a*  sisted in tho capacity of bride .maid..  with two Httlo attendants, Misses Audrey Knox nnd Marjory SutclifTe, who  carried basket bouquets of pin!, carnations. The churoh was tist,.(fully  decorated by Mtwsrs Palmar and Bog-  erson, and at 1.30 the appointed" hour,  the bridegroom emerged from tho vestry, clad in A faultless ^-roy suit while  the bride approached from the west  entrance supported by her father, Mr.  G. R. Binger. The bridal1 gown was of  white -satin, surmounted by a bonuti-  ful veil of old Trish luce find adorned  with real orttngo blossom.  I'he service which included n hymn  and a psalm rendered by the choir was  conducted by Rev'. Thos. Gre;-no, assist -  ed by Rev. C. H. Meyrick, and during  the signing of the, register a solo wns  given by Miss Lamb, entitled "Beloved  it is Morn."  The bridal party (hen left the church  to the familiar strains of the wedding march, played' by Mr. B. G. Meli-  rick and the guests repaired to thu  residence of the bride's parents in a  long stream of automobiles.  Here elaborate preparations had been  made for the reception whiqh then  took ph-iv. about 125 gfteets being present.  A sumptuous foast of refreshmowl s  had been prepared, among which Btood  prominent a magnificent wr tiding cake,  tho originator of which the district  may well be proud to possess in the  person of Miss Fitzpatriok. Mr. G. II.  E. Hudson, was in evidence with his  camera, and took many chn w  groups and portraits, including ae a  prominent feature and picturesque  back-ground,.. the B. C. Horse.  The presents were numeroua and  handsome and included the following:  The bridegroom to the bride, gold  expansion wrist watch; The bride to  the bridegroom, travelling oase; Father and Mother of Bride, silver tea  service and tray; Mrs. Cameron and  sons, verandah furniture; T. G. Winter, cheque; Mrs. Peel, cheque; Miss  Binger, Tea oloth, linen, etc; Dr. and  Mrs. Fleetwood, cheque and tea cloth;  Anthony Temple, cheque; E. B. W.  Temple, cheque;    Mrs. Temple, che me;  (From our own correspondent)  Don't forget the ice cream nnd  strawberry social on Tuesday next.  Rutlnnders and others are glad to  see the Department of Public ������ Works  have taken in hand the grading and  straightening of the Black Mountain  road west of the store. We hops that  the Road Supt., Mr. H. Lang, \  insist on having the job flnis'trd in a  workmanlike manner, t'rth we will be  in shape to tackle the slough draining  question.  Mr. J. Clever, who lad tho tjreat  misfortune to fall from a lailier whi.i  fixing screens to the bedroom windows  last Wednesday evening, ia making  rapid progress toward r.Hoory. He  considers himself fortunate, in escaping  frotn what might easily havo proved  a very serious accident, anli if r.othing  unforeseen arises, his recovery is only  a question of time and resting. He  has the heartiest good wishes of i the  community.  A graceful incident occurred on Tues  day evening, when a number of yov  friends of Miss Crowcroft mit at her  homo to present her with a token of  their esteem nnd wish htr a pleasant  voyage, both on the sea of matrimony  and the Atlantic ocean)! Miss A. Gay  read an address and in the name, o!  the friends assembled presented her  with a beautiful' bouquet of pernios  and carnations, also a silver casserole,  Miss Crowcroft's feelings proved too  deep for UttcrnnCvS at.d, h r f thet  in a few heart felt words expressed  their appreciation of the kind thou�� }  of those friends who made the pris n  tntioii. ' Tho evening was spont ii  games and music and ended with th,  singing of Auld Land Syne.  Church of England service, consisting of Matins ami Holy communio-  will bo held next Sunday in tho East  Kelowna school house at 11 a.m.  Mr. P. I'.. Ptirdy, for several yeare  with the Kamloops "Dni'y Sentinel"  has taken a position on.the staff of  the "Kelowna Record/' Mr. Purdy, be-  sides l>eing a first-class printer1, is  aome baseball playor and has (been  appointed playing manager of the  loCal  team.  Mr. W. J. Waterman of Okanagan  Falls was in town this week in ths  intorosts of the Shell Lime Co., which  has been formed to develop an extensive deposit of calcareous rock on  Mr. Waterman's laud'. The limo is r.l-  ready being burnt in largo quantities  and some has been med in Kelowna.  The company also hopes (o supply th?  crushed rock for use as fertilizer.  The Dominion govcrnmmt has tmp-  plied twenty-five million seedling treos  to settlers.  Railway subsidies tables by lion. \<\  Cochrane in tho Dominion house pro  vide that tho Kettle Valley will receive subsidies on its Hno from Mid-  Miss E. S. Temple, old Sheffield plate way to Penticton, a distance of 136  mug, old forkB and water colour; Mr. L,^ from p0.,tjcton to Merritt, 145:  and Mrs.  A. W. Temple, cheque; Mrs. an(1 jrom paWifoton    wlmrf |o     [Iopo  station, 5 miles. Theso subsidies, calculated on a minimum ol $3,'J00 per  mile, will total over a million dollar*.  which the Kettle Valley will receive  from tho Dominion gm-eriiin.'iit.  Canada possesses ume siv hundred  billion board foot of merchantable timber, worth perhaps t��. billion .'ollar*.  Canadians am cutting off this tinner  at the rate of about LOO board 'eet  per aoro, or night billion hoard feet  a year.  MadtKson, table Bilver; Miss Fawoott,  silver napkin ringB; Mrs. Anthony  Temple, silver cream jug; Dr. and Mrs.  Rutherford, cheque; Mr. and Mrs. Sut-  cliffe, picture; A. M. Temple, electric  toaster; 'Hie Misses Fleetwood,- Irish  crochet collar; G. H. Fleetwood and  Miss Batchelor, reading Limp; H. G.  M. Wilson, silver coffee tow ice and a  tray; Miss E. D. Winter, silver egg  stand; Mrs. Trotter, cheque; L. Q. T.  Maddison, gold seal; R. Hill, cheque;  Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, cheque; Mr.  and Mrs. Pooley, motor dock and tea  cups and snuoers; Miss Wooley, silver  sugar sifter; Mr.-and Mrs. Burne, two  easy chairs; Miss Langston, salt cellars; The Shaok, easy chair; Miss Wilde, china vase; Major and Mrs. Clarke  Harlequin tea service; Mr. and Mrs.  Richards, salad bowl and spoons? Miss  JohnBton, pendant; Col. and Mrs. Atkinson, crumb scoop; Mr. and Mrs.  Dickinson, fish carvers, forks and  knives; Mr. and Mrs. DuMoulin, ten  set; Mrs. Anderson, dressingtable covers; Miss Bell Trving, pendant; Mrs.  and Miss Long, brass bowl; Mr. and  Mrs. Dundass, silver tea spoons';     G.  Continued on pige 8  AU. Canada's modem development,���  Confederation, Ihe great railways, the  growth of the west, most groat ma  chinos���have come in tho last fifty  years.  Fifty years is a'very *hort time in  tho life of a forest. Most of the timber  being out in British Columbia today  is over two hundred years old���eome  of it is over eight hunlm-d.  Lieut. J.R.B. Kennedy, ot the na.nl  wing, of the British royal flying corps,  was killed, and C. Gordon B 11. another aviator seriously injured in the  fall of a monoplane near the Brook-  lands aerodrome Saturday. The mono*  I plane, at a height of about thirty feet  ed and finally passed. |*w 'flying at the rate of 80 miles   an  By-law 134 levying a rate for strevi j hour when Bell essayed to turn, and  sprinkling was given a second and' banked tho maohine at too high an  third roading, as also were by-lawa (angle. The aoroplane dipped suddenly  136 and 136 for fixing the light and and a wing struck the ground causing  water rates. the maohine to turn  turtle This     is  The council then adjourned untUFri- the second fatality in the royal flying  day next. |cotpa in lass than a month.  Bishop Dedicates New  English Church  The Bishop of Now Westminster, Rt.  Rev. A. U. de Pencier, performed the  opening ceremony of the new church  of St. Michael aod All Angels on Sunday last in the presence of a largo  congregation, which filled tho church  to ita HmitB and beyond. The assisting clergy besides tho reotor and curate were Revs. H. A. Solly of Summerland and A. V. Despard, late of  Vernon.  The service consisted of matins followed by the procession of church officers and clergy from the west door to  tho chancel during the singing of an  appropriate psalm. The bishop and  priests proceeded to tho santuary from  where the appointed prayers werer?ad  and after thc benediction tho choir  rendered an anthem by Sir. George  I'.lvey, "I was glad when they aaid  unto me, we will go into the houBe  of the Lord."  The clergy then took up a position  near the south door for the purpose  of dedicating in memory of William  Cameron, a stained glaBs window,  which had been placed there by tho  members of his family at Guisachan.  This is the first window of this kind  to bo installed.  After the singing of a hymn the  bishop commenced tho communit n office passing in the usual manner tp the  serjhon. :Jn a long and eloquent discourse he drew (he attention of hi*  hearers to the life of the Church from  the earliest times when its teachings  were handed down to the twelve np:>s-  f.Ies and from them throughout tV  intervening years to every nrmber of  the snmo church. The pathos contained in many of the bishop's allusions  brought tears to the eyas of s:vcral  of the listeners, and indeed fow could  have failed to be touched by his words  Ho emphasized the credit due to the  Anglican congregation for their energy  in hastening the completion of the  splendid building and hoped that it  would soon be possible to got the  whole structure finished outside as well  as in.  The service concluded Woth a hymn  and the celebration of the HolyEu-  oharist.  To many the interior capacity of the  building was a surprise, ample room  room being provided for at least threo  hundred persons. '  The building itself is an imposing  edifice at tho corner of Richter atreet  and Sutherland avenues. It ie built  in the free perpendicular style of architecture of local stone with Okauagan  granite trimmings. The navo is 72 feet  wide and the chancel* 28 feet long i.y  20 feet wide, the height from floor to  apex of ridge is 36 feet. There are two  large vestries and an organ* chamber,  The west vestibule is part of what is  eventually intended to be a tower. The  oell is now in a temporary belfry at  the northwest comer.  At present the seating from the old  church is being used but it is intended  when funds are available to have new  oak altar, reredos, stalls, and pews.  The original design for the building  was the work of Mr. F. W. Peters, an  architect, who haB since left Kelowna.  The foundation stone was laid by F.  A. Taylor Esq., nearly two years ago  since when, some few delays havo been  experienced. Early this year it was  docided to complete the building so  that it could be opened in tho summer  and several handsome donations were  given to . comploto the roof, do the  plastering, place tho floor, and finish  the chancel. Tho contract was let to  C. A. Bowser, who has carried the  work through under the superintendence of Mr. P. Edmund Corny, architect.  A confirmation servive took place iu  lhe new church at 7.30 on Sunday evening when 'he bishop of the diocese  administered the rite to about twenty  ndidalea who   had been undergoing  course of instructions during the  fow months previously.   Tlie     service  immenced with tho customary evensong with an anthem and tlie bishop  lelivorod an address 'to the candidates  laying special emphasis on the new  phase of spiritual life they wore entering upon. He also gavo tho general  congregation a few hints upon the  need of observing proper attitudes in  church such as kneeling to pray instead of sitting, the results of which  were immediately afterwards shown.  The impressive ceremony known as  the laying on of hand's then took place  a custom instituted nearly nineteen  hundred years ago, oaoh c ndidite  kneeling before the bishop in turn and  after this tho ordinary pr.iyors1 brought  the asrvioe to a close.  Dramatic Society in  "San Toy"  The Musical nnd Dramatio Society  gave a splendid rendition ol the lum  oub musical comedy, Man Toy, laat  night in a way which is deserving ol  tho highest praise and refleots greut  credit on Mr. A. L. Sonmos who with  Mrs. .Soames, has expended a great  amount of timo aad trouble to achieve  the success which greeted the society's  efforts. Space (orbid a lengthy description of the play and a quotation  of the best parts umnt suffice. Much  talk had been madu about the scenery  but nobody guessed what a spectacular surprise awaited the audience on  tho other eide of the advertisement  cloth, until the curtain was raised and  the opening chorus commenced, showing a beautiful alive!scene in the  Chinese town of Pynka Pong.  The quaint costumes of the Chinese  peasants combined in their gorgeouB  colorings with the bamboo trellis-work  covered with magnificent oriental blossoms made a feast for the eyes hard-  'ly ever met with in professional  stage circles. The firat act contains  many charming musical numbers, the  best of which was undoubtedly the  moon scene where the stage is gradually darkened and a large moon rises  in the sky while tho stat;i> is Jlled  with serenaders currying Chinese lanterns and swinging tliem in time to  the soft music  A dramatic duet between San Toy  and Fo Hop, a Chinese student,  brough down tho house, whilo the finale of act 1 was well worked up. A  rather long interval of 20 minutes followed, and then the second act was  revealed. On tho rise of tho curtain  the enthusiasm of tho audience wae  exhibited in a well deserved way for  the splendors ol a hall in the Emperor's palace were revealed in a magnificent setting far surpassing that of  the first scone. A company of gaudily  attired mandarins sang the opening  chorus, but the entrance of tha Emperor caused matters to simmer down  and the plot proceeded. Li, presented  by Mr. E. C. Reed, bad many humorous scenes with ihe ladies of the Emperor's body guard and othere, several familiar numbers were rendered, including "Rhoda and her Pagoda."  "Sons of the Motherland, " "Chinese  Sojee Man," etc, which received enthusiastic recalls. Notable amongst  all waB the song "Somebody" in the  second act, sung by Mrs. Soames.  whose charming voice and splendid act  ing delighted everybody. On the whole  the production waB very well rendered.  The chorus singing might perhaps be  strengthened in places, but it would be  presumptuous to criticize where such  general excellence was shown. Of the  principals, Mrs. Corby and Bobby Reed  are worthy of special mention, and of  of tourso,- Mrs. Soames, who made a  charming and clever San Toy. Mrs.  Hayes, Mrs. Corby, and Mrs. Soames  were each presented with gifts of bouquets of flowers.  Below follows the program:  Capt. Bobbie Preston  .A. L.  Soames  Yen How, a Mandarin . Geo. Benmotle  Sir G. Bingo Preston .   Rev. Meyrick  Sing Hi, president of the  board of ceremonies . . W. Lnpton  Lieut. Harvey Tucker . . . T. Chappelli  Fo Hop, Chinese Student A. G. Ferrier  . Jewellers of Pynka Pong.  Hu Pi Joe. Stephen*  Wai Ho L. Hoyea  Tartar Guards  Li Hi    Dr., Thayer  Li Lo P. J. Foot*  Li, Secy of Yen How. . . R. C. Reed  Emperor G. H. Leslie  Poppy, daughter of Fir  Bingo Preston Mrs. Hayes  Dudley, Poppy's maid . . Mrs. Corby  Wun Lung, corporal in Emperor's bodyguard    .  .  . Miss Cootes  Ko Fan, Capt of bodyguard   Miss L. M. Smith  Six Wives of Yen How.  Yung Shi Miss K. Greeno  Me Koui Miss A. Knight  Siou Miss Packer  Shuey  I'ing Sing .... Mrs. Rogers  Li Klang    Miss Pit.  Hu Yu Misa Leckie  SAN TOY, daughter of  Yen How Mra Soames  Chorus** Ladies. ��� Mrs. Richards,  Misses Bailey, Birch, B. Biroh, Caldwell, Coatee, Dykes, Edgell, Greone,  Luke, O'Neill, Paulden, Porry, Shnylcr  Turner, Weddell, V. Weddell. Gentlo-  men.-Messrs J. M. Croft, P. T. Dunn,  W. Fraser, 1*0. Hayes, W. Luplon,  Martin.  The orchestra was    under tha direc-  New Methodist Minister  Rev. J. 0. Switzer, the newly appointed pastor for the Methodist  church in Kelowna, is expected to arrive by tho boat tomorrow, and will  occupy the pulpit for tho firat time  on Sunday next. Mr. Switzer comes  to Kelowna from Vancouver, where he  has had charge of the^ Wesley church  tho largoet Methodist church in the  coast city. He ia ono of the strong  men of the Methodist cliurcli in the  west, and groat things are expected of  his ministry in Kelowna. He hae had  a wide and varied experience of  church work in all parts of Canada,  both in 'eastern and western circuits,  and besides having tho reputation of  being an eloquent and powerful preach  or, he. iu a man who exorcises an un-  | miBtakable influence for good on the  social lifo of any community in which  lie may be atationed.  in. ihe resolution of appreciation pas-  | sed by tho quarterly official board of  the Wesley churoh, special mention  was made of "the influence of his  personality, his work among young  people, and hia loyalty to the church."  Regrets were also expressed that his  pastorate amongst them had been -so  short. On Wednesday evening, June  11th, a large and representative gathering met iu the Wesley church to eay  good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. Switzer, and  after addressee of appreciation! from  the Congregational boarda, Sunday  school and the Young People's organizations, they were presented with a  beautiful: sterling tea and coffee aet  and a purse of gold.  Mr. Switzer is a native of Wellington  county, ont., and after a course of  probationary and mission work in that  provinoe and in the northwest, graduated and entered the ministry in tho  year 1896, being stationed successively  at Melita, Saskatchewan and Holland,  Manitoba. Later he was transferred  to tho Saskatchewan Conference, of  which he subsequently became the  president. From, his connection with  Wolsoloy, the new pastor will come  as an old friend to many Kelowna people who hail from that oity.  The Kelowna congregation may congratulate themselves on having secured the services of a ministtr of  Mr. Switzer's prominence in the denomination, and the suggestion has  been made that an effort be made this  year to bring the ohurch up to tho  standard ot modom requirements, and  to keep pace with the advancement of  the city by1 the erection of a new building.   ���   The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist  church are holding a lawn social on  Monday next at tho home, of Mra. Bookie, loe cream and atrawborriea will  be served.  We regret to learn that Dr. Mathi-  aon'B brother, on account of whoso illness tne doctor was callfd hurriedly to>-  Winnipeg, has died. The news was oon  voyed in a telegram Saturday night.  The Kelowna Merchant's Association  held a meeting laat night, worn it was  docided to rent offices and appoint a  paid secretary. Tho association hes  decided to take up aotivoly the que.*  tion of rogulat.ng indiscriminate credit  and thia will be one of thc principal  dHities of tho now secretary. Mr. 0. A.  Washburn waB unanimously elected to  the position.  tion of Mr. B. G. Meyrick and consisted of Messrs. N. Bornholdt, D. Pryce,  1). W. Crowley, F. Gore, H. Whitehead  0. Jones, T. Morrison, J. L. Macreidv  J. N. Thompson, A. L. Meugens -nd  Miaa' Hogarth. 1  KELOWNA ftECORD  Thursday, June 10  THE KELOWNA RECORD  Publishes every Thursday at  ths  Office, Kelowna, B. C.  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription $1,150 per annum.  To United States 19.00 per annum  Advertising rates upon application.  Kelowna, In common with1 ull other  Canadian olties and towns is experiencing difficulty in disposing o! iu  debentures, thu proceeds ol which are  required for much needed city improvement!..  ft seems alinOI. certain that tlJeduy  of four per cent.,    and five per cent.,  debenturea haa panned. Already several cities have recognised ths fact  ami after having unsuccessfully endeavored to raise loana at lower rates have  with the consent of the ratepayers  raised the Interest to six per cent.,  and nt the Increased rath the debentures were satisfactorily disposed of,  In times of money scarcity a dist. net  advantage Beams to accrue in a oity  adopting this method. Instead ol being obliged to sell Ub bonds at adla-  count of from ten lo twenty, per eent.  it can dispose of them at par nr better, so that in order to raise a certain amount of money, fewer debentures (need be issued and the total debenture debt is thus kept at the minimum.  As the city Is obliged jo have mon*  ey for necessary expenditures and as  the present issue of low interest bearing debentures is practieaHy unsaleable it would seem that steps should  be taken to have the ratepayers' suue-  tiou the change of the interest [rale  on the .bonds already '.Bsued to six per  cent. The present hand-to-mouth system of borrowing to meet current  needs is both expensive and unsatisfactory, besides causing the city's financial committee a considerable degree  of worn*.  A general review of the mon y market of the world at the preaent writing shows that the prices of stocks  of all kinds havo still a lowering tendency. The whole commercial world  is so interdependent that what aliens  ono part reacts on all tho others. A  war in tho Balkans requires the  expenditure of vast sums tor tha payment of troopa nnd supplies. Thia necessitates borrowing in the open market. Tho laws of supply and demand  hold good for money as for other uotlt*  modities, hence the price gors up. Another ci^ect of the recent war is that  tha balanco of power in Europe (has  been disturbed. Germany has recognized that a new, strong and probably  hostile, factor in ths European problem has appeared in tho near east and*  at ont'ii prepares to meet the changed  conditions by adding immensely Xo her  army and,consequently to her expenditures, so that we have another nation  borrowing, another competitor in the  bid for gold, But the matter does not  not end with the millions required for  the legions of the Kaiser. Franc and  Russia are obliged to keep the pace  with their great rival and more money is drawn off from ligitimnle commercial enterprise to buy gnus and  ammunition.  But war and preparations for war  aiv not. the only causes of money scarcity. This is nn age of immense commercial and industrial expansion nl'l  over the world. Canada ,re |uir a vast  sums tof develop her wonderful resources. China culls lor mill'ons to enable her to successfully i staMUh her  now government and build railways  through her populous provinces. South  America, Australia, -South Africa all  need money und all are in the market  for  it.  All this coming at n tin.1 when the  political uncertainty in Europe develops a tendency among the nations  interested to hoard the medium of exchange increases the demand. We may  expect however, as soon as normal conditions obtain in the near east, that  is with the final stttlement of the  various disputes between the powers  interested in the recent war, that the  hoarded millions of Kurope will again  find their way into normal commercial channel* and its immediate offect  will lie a demaud for just such securities are now being offered by the various cities and governs** Qtf of Canada.  ior to any previously built in the city.  Thit) applies especially to the busin as  blocks now in course of construction  or neartng completion.  ln the new WillitB, Casorso and  Bank of Commerce blocks all mod rn  improvements to be found in the b��3.  city buildings are being Installed. Added to this, especial attention has 'been  given to the architectural design so  that when completed theae buildings  will add much to the appearance of  our principal business  -itnet.   ���   PROPOSED POULTRY EXHIBIT  AT  EDMONTON*  B. C Poultry Association To Send A  Car of Birds To Edmonton  Fall Fair.  Arrangements have been made with  the Canadian Pacific Railway hy the  B. C. Poultry Association for dispatching �� carload of exhibition poultry  from this province to the Edmonton  fall fair, August 11th to the 16th.  Members of the Provincial Association only will bo allowed space in this  car, but any breeder, not a member  wishing to secure space may do so by  becoming a member of lhe asso'iation.  The membership fee is SI .00.  It is well known that enormous sums  are being sent annually from the prai-  provinecs to eastern Canada and  the United States for pure bnd slock,  nnd the committee is of the opinion  that much of this money could be diverted to this province so soon as the  breeders of the prairie provinc s realize that just ns good stock can be  procured here. It is with this intention that the B. C Poultry Association are exhibiting n carload at tho  Edmonton fair.  Only young stoelj, that, is, cockerels  and pullets, will- be taken, and preference will be given to the popular varieties, should there be more applications than space alio ted. Spaco will  be provided for exhibits of ducks of  both sexes, but no turkeys, grese or  ornamental fowl will ho exhibit od. It-  is proposed, if possible, to insure exhibits whilst  on tho railway.  Providing a sufficient number of ev-  nibHstnre secured, the freight charges  will be very  moderate.  Application  for  space  in  the car by  Jx>rd \  IF. UNIVl.H.S Al   C \n  Young? Yes���the oldest Ford is  just ten years young���this month.  And its youngest brother is the  choice of the lot���a better car than  those we built not long ago and  sold at nearly twice its price. Big production makes the Ford price low.  Mora than 275,000 Folds now in service���con-  vincing evidence of their wonderful meiil.  Price.: Runabout $788; Touring Car $863���  f.o.b. Kelowna wilh all equipment. Get inter-  eating " Ford Time, " Irom Wakerville Factory  i r Irom the Kelowna Garage and Machine  Work, Co., Ltd., Kelowna.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT  ATTENTION   GIVEN  TO  ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65  W. P. MEREDITH    -    Proprietor  'Phone 240  P. C. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  We Repair  We Stock  Saw Mill Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  Steam Engines, Steam Filtinga, Boilers, Gas  Enginea.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  ' Automobiles ,  Cold Rolled Shafting,  Bolts, Screws,  and Engineers' Supplies  Nuts,  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It will soon be needed  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.C<  Utters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In which Jimmy tells of Kelownn happening��� to Mr.  Sidney Harper, ut Vmnmun, B.C..  Dear Sid.���So you nr�� engajfod at last;  after many a (fanjjei'oua voyage, you  are about to guide your storm*tossed  into the peaceful    (Yj  harbor ol  any local" poultrymen should be made 'bark  direct to Mr. J, It. Terry. Department 'matrimony. 1 rise at this point to  nf Agriculture, Victoria, to whom also 'Hay, heaven help the poor girl, il ahe  membership fees in the   B. t'. Aecoala'  tion ahould be  sent.  ever enter the hold bonda of wedlock with you. i can hear her finish  knocking at the front door. Tell thu  fair aud blushing bride to be that  1 extend her my heartfelt sympathy.  'lhe buns got back last Friday and  hu was as full of new ideas as an egg  is of meat. The first thing he said  to me was, "Jimmy, wo've got most  uf those shows on the coast licked  to a maud-still. I saw a lot of picture shows when 1 was away in Victoria, Seattle and Vancouver, and I  can truthfully say that most ��� I  iln'iii were not half as good, and none  of them better than our little old  show right here in Kelowna."  While down in Vancouver the boss  arranged to get a number of feature  'films of the very highest class. We  are going to show   the first ona     iu  THB VANCOUVER MARKET  The first two carloads of cherries  from tho Okanagan will go to Ro^ini.  and Winnipeg respectively. The explft'��  ation Is that the ro-operativo belling  system of the Okanagan grower-, has  not yet been completed, so it appears  that the whnlcsalu fruit rii g of Vancouver is still in control of th' situation and provincial grown fruits will  as usual get the go by iu favor of  stuff imported from the south. Vancouver householders may lo some extent rectify this abuse hy tns'stlng upon locally-grown fruits which are nl-  together superior to those of the l".  S., at least of the grades imported for  local consumption. It is a sn.'ndal 'the Dreamland ou Friday "The Little  and a reproach to this city that char- Minister.'���Home class to that one,  ries grown  within   twenty-five     miles I guess.  of the city are skipped out to tto,i| We are going to have a fine oomic  prairies because higher pries are oh- opera at the Opera House on Monday  tamable by the growers while at the night oalled the "Beggar Prince". Ac-  same time consumers pay for good cording to all reports, it's there with  Brittlh Columbia products grown with bells on.  in an hour by rail from Vancouver.��� I Do you remember in my utter beforo  Vancouver Sun. last how 1 busted forth into poetry   i                               'with   the limitation "Kelowna crushed  if the'  year. '  British  Columbia  gets |27,OO0  federal grant for   agriculture thll  Nearly tjifty settlers in the townships of Tudhop, Truax, Hobilliaid and  Hack in the Immediate vicinity of the  town of Sharlton, Ontario, lod iheir  homes and all belongings in a disastrous bush fire which cut a swath several miles in width and swept through  the townships on Wednesday  Thursday last.  to  earth  II riso again?*' Well she  rose, my boy, she rose! And great  was thc rise thereof! The way of %he  rising was this: Last Thursday our  valiant knights of the diamond, girded  up their Inurr and fell upon the slumbering hamlet, of Itevelatoke and smote  them hip aud thigh with grievous  slaughter. When the smoke of battle  had  lifted,    uppearetl  in   imperishable  ,ll(l numerals; Knlowsa -., Heveittoke t>!  johi you goose eggl If I was a girl  'l oould just kiss every one of those  Owing to the outbreak of fool and cunning ball players.  mouth disease in Kent, Bhjland, tints* I The other day I wont on a UtAle  tic precautions weiv taken by ihe .t\on\a across tho lake, ton plaoo  board of agriculture against lh�� Spread oalled Hear Creek Canyon-one of tho  of the disease, mid all persons and 'prottiett spots I have ever seen. The  vehicles passing through  the    affected .(,roefc hoe cut Mi way through the rug.  area had to be disinfected wilh cn<'ho-  lic before being allowed to proceed.  Farm hands working in the district  wore specially disinfected overalls,  which were burned ut the end of the  day.  Auction Sale  of Household Effects  Saturday, June 28th,  At 1.30 p.m.,  at   the   reaidence  THOMAS LAWSON, Bernard Ave.  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer     I  Lyson's Lake Shore Lots  ONLY SIX LEFT  Price $400 each  Buy Before They are All Gone  H. LYSONS     -     Kelownai  or any agent  It i�� very satisfactory to note Hint  notwithstanding (he tigh'ness of money  I ni i Mini;  operatiotiB  continue bria'i.  According to the report ol the building inspector to the city oounoil, permits have already been issued lor  building, whoso aggregate ol vnluo al to Wednesday,  oioeod the total aggregate lor the  yoafr 1912.  Another matter lor congratulation  ronaiet. in the tot that the cla�� ol  building": being erected ie  nflicli sup*-.  god mountain! in It" it niggle toreawh  the lake, aril nature has healed the  wound with strotely pines and graceful  willowe, while over the ground or.jpii  myriad, ol wild rom, making a acene  ol surpassing loveliness. Truly Sid.  thin country in at revelation tor me. It  seomn that every" turn I mak" turn.  Inwh beauty ia dincovored.  How.in the    world  can yoii     atay  [under  that     shower bath,    when   for  !$10.8i)    you oan come to tho   modern  lorlTMon, where everyone will receive vo-i  the construction  ol a   Public Building .with open  arms  (atipaoially  th.    ���    '  at Greenwood, B. C.j ii hereby extend-1 estate men) ond    make yon a��  lune SIS, 11)13.  By Order,  ft.  ('. Desroohers,      rmatrimonial knot, bring,your bos.  to  Secretary,    the town that's th.' one best bet  Department ol rHiblio Works, Ottawa Canada, ''Kelowna.''' Your.,  June 3, 1013. i , JIMHY  EXTENSION OF TIME  I'he time lor    receiving tenders  welcome as the birds in spring'' So when  you I have  gotten  taught. ��l> in     tn0  Kelowna Opera House  MONDAY, JUNE 23rd  Special Engagement  for One Night Only  THE  BEGGER  1 Comic 0pera j     PRINCE  Miss Bertie Palmer, Prima Donna Soprano  Harry C. Mosely   and   Ray Southart, the famous  opera comedians,  Supported by a powerful company of talented singers and dancers  ADMISSION: $1, 75c and SOc.  Seats on sale at Crawford's store Thursday, June 19  KELOWNA lECULlI  Baseball  On Wednestday evening laBt the baseball team representing Kelowna in the  B. C. 'Interior League left, by autoa  for Salmon Arm, whence they, journeyed by train to Kovelutoko the follow-  ing to meet the club of that eity in a  league fixture. The two care carrying  the players left Kelowna about six  o'clock and reached Salmon Ann in  time to snatch a few winks of sleep  before boarding the train for Revelstoke, where they arrived at noon.  Shortly after they arrived at Kevel-  atoke it began to rain and until late  in t..o day it was thought thai the  game would have to be postponed, but  the fates were kind and at 4.30 the  sky began to clear and the rain stopped. The game started about 5 o'clock with the Hold in none too good  shape. From the very first it was  evident that the game wae to be a  hard fought battle and for the firat  three innings not a man was able to  complete the circuit of the bases. In  the fourth, however, the visitor* tal-  Wed three runs owing to looae fielding  on the part of the Revelstoke team  coupled with two timely singles. From  this on to the .seventh the score board  showed no change. In the aaventh  the Kelowna team added one more to  their total on a brace of hits and some  clever base running, making the score  four for the visitors. During the entire contest the Revelstoke team were  at the meroy of the Kelowna iwirier.  When hits meant runs the Keveistoke  batters were helpless before Henning's  speed and shoots. The entire team  played a good, steady game and Fred  Henning at third killed .off a couple of  hits labelled with the two base ticket.  Noel played a strong game behind the  plate and his throwing to bases was  a feature, no less than three would-  be base stealers met their fate trying  to purloin the second bag.  Only one Revelstoke player reached  third base during the game, this was  tlie only time the home team looked  dangerous. Following ib the official  box score'  Kelowna  \ ABBHOA JG  Hunt          410000  Purdy 4023   11  Noel 311421  Albert 4   10   I   0  0  A.  Henning 4  112   4  0  Kincaid 401101  F. Henning .....   3   0  0   1   2  0  Fuller (40016   1  1  Treadgold 4  0  0   14  0  Totals 34   4  6 27 14 4  Revelstoke  ABRHOAK  Derr 4  0  0  0  3   1  Fisher 3   0   0   111  Puliy 3  0  0 10  0  0  PhilNps .......400021  List . . ' .400000  White. 300 12   10  Bruce .  .' 3  0   110  0  Sellana 202000  Webb 3  0   13  6 0  Totals 29  0   4 27 13 3  LEAGUE STANDING  The following is the standing in the  Interior league at present:  Kelowna 3      1      .TJ6Q  Vernon 2     2      .600  Kamloops  2     2     .600  Revelstoke 1     3     .260  Amusement?  THE BEGGAR PRINCE  At The Opera House Monday   Night  June 23rd.  Arrangements have been perfected  whereby, the amusement lovers of this  city will have a chance of enjoying one  of the best, comic operas ever . heard  here. "The Beggar Prince" whioh will  be shown has long been a favorite in  the eastern states, playing the1 same  territory year after year. Among the  principals are to be found the best  in comic opera, the Prima Donna Soprano, MSbs Bertie Palmer, it is said  has the distinction of being the youngest prima donna on the American  stage and she possesses a magnificent  voice, rich in tone, br'iliant and powerful and is also'reputed to be a remarkably handsome woman. Hiss Bessie Green, the mezzo-soprano from the  thistled hills of Scotland possesses a  voice to be proud of. There are two  comedians that stand away up as fun  producers; Harry 0, Moseley and Ray  Southart, and their antic and fun  business, permeate through the entire  three acts. The chorus is made up of  lovely feminity. This will be one of the  principle events of the Beason and all  music-lovers should not miGS the opportunity of seeing this talented company while in our city.  Eat the Sparrows  The common English sparrow has  exoellent food value, Sparrow breasts,  though diminutive in size, are a delicacy. To prepare them for the table,  sparrows should be skinned and split  down tho back with a sharp knife,  and (he insides thoroughly scraped.  Place in a weak salt solution over  night, then in the , ico box for a  few hours. They can be rolled in flour  and fried in butter or lard, to which  is added a few drops of vinegar to  eradicate the "wild" taste; or smothered' with onions. Either way tney  become tempting morsels.  Perhaps the members of the board  of trade whioh recently approached the  council relative to the extermination  of the sparrow in Kelowna will take  the lead by arranging a sparrow banquet.   ���   Express Company and Careless Handling of Fruit  Complaint, have been made from time  to time by the various transportation  companies regarding the carelesa manner in whioh boxen containing fruit.  shipments are nailed up, resulting in  much loss and inoonvenienoa to both  the shipper aad the oompanies. Tho  matter ha. alao been dealt with on  several occasion, by the Fruit Growi  er's Association. With the opening of  the shipping tseason again the looal  officials of the Dominion Express Company are desirous o! reminding growers and shippnrs to exercise more care  to sea that tiieir package, are secure  enough tb stand a reasonable amount  of handling.  The Churches     j  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church,  Holy Communion, Brat snd third Sundayi in ths  month at 8 A.m.; second and fourth Sui.da.ya, after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the first and third Sundays.  Morning Prayer at II   o'clock;   Evening Prayer al  ,     7:30. .  St. Andrew'.), Okanagan Mission.  Ftral and third Sunday in mr/nth. Holy Communion  at 8 a.m.   Matini and Litany, 11 a.m.  .   Evenaon* 7:30 t  Second Sunday, Matini and 1 loly Communion at 11  Eveniong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Aiiiitmt Prieit.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelownn.  Morning Servicen at 11 ��.m.;ev��nin!T aerviccast 7:.JO  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Praytr Meeting on Wedneidayn at 0 p.m.  Rev. A. DUNN, B.D., Paator.  BENVOULIN PBESBYTEMAN  CHCBCII  BETHEL CHURCH!  Service 7.30 p.m.      Sunday School 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  CLENMORE  Service 3.45 p.m.      Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Paitor.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wedneaday at 6 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Cliurcli. Ellice St.  Sabbath Service, at 11 a.m. mid 7:30 p.m.  Sabball, School al 2.30 p.m.      All welcome.  Wed. 7.3J. R��v. 0. J. Walsh, Paster.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 4839 1  Don Zombro is a bav stallion, 15.3  hands,    sired    by   Zombro,   dam  Rambler   Maid,   by    Rodgirl,   by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started latt year in the  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vernon, winning both races, making a  mark at Vernon of 2.33.  Some of his colts are stepping in better  than 2.30 before ihey are two years old,  notably Zombronum, which promises to  be in the 2.10 list in 1914.  He is a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind and gentle in  disposition.  Don Zombro will stand for service at Max  Jenkins 6t Co.'s stable during the day and  at Mr. Copeland's home after 6 p.m.  %   TERMS:   $15 for single leap;   $20 for  ��� season ; $25 to insure,  payable when mare proves to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND, Owner  This la)bel has*  \ J . ������'-��� ^ ���   .  no ("second grade"  THERE'S only one quality of Canada Cement. It is the  highest quality that can possibly be made with modem  equipment, scientific methods and rigid inspection by expert chemists. ,  The Canada Cement you buy for a garden walk ia the aame  eamant that ii aold by the trainload ior great daina, elavatora and bridgaa. Tha  angineera in charge of theae great worka have ample lucititiea for tearing tha quality of  eamant  Canada Cement  cornea up to their moat rigid requirementa.  The farmer haa not theae facilities for turfing the quality of cement. He muat buy  a product upon which he can depend for a grade that is always of highest quality, and  that therefore doei not need to be teated.  You can place absolute reliance upon the qu "lily of Canada Cement.  It's always the same and always the lie. 1. The large output���which enables us to  keep ihipric down, enables us also to maintain iiV factory equipment and organization  that keeps lhe quality up.  A Canada Cement label appears on erery bag and banal of genuine Canada  Cement.   See that it'a on the bags and barrel* of ceinent that you buy.  WRITE (or on, Irae book  " Whal lha Farm-si Can Do Willi.Cc*e��ja��   Il haa told a h.odr.d thoaeaad  Canadian l.fmer. of tha money-..��ina .nd pn>fit.��aakln|:, poaalbillUaa ot sonant*.  Addr.H Parnate' Information D apaftaasaw���  Canada Cement Company Limited, ��� Montreal  There Is a Canada Cement dealer ba, your neighbourhood.  PROFESSIONAL AND  ]  BUSINESS CARDS     j  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  Hewetson Block, Kelowna    .    'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Boi 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal Colleie  of   Music,  and lately  with Kendrick ryne,  Mm. Doc.. Organ.*, of the  Cathedral, Mancheiter, FnK..  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Bloc*., Kelowna.  Muiic   of   every   description   supplied.  . ..   H'       .  JRICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA I.AND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box IHe , Tlro.ro 08  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO ���Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plant and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Builcl-  ing��,Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Haniiomj,Connterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Associate of (he Royal College of OrganUts, Lond.)  Gives lessons in the above subjects.  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  at 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 :   LAWRENCE AVE,  Messages  may be  left  at  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury Ac Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (Union)  teaches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 368, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  Barrister, solicitor, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ooer Royal Bank   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Late Principal and Solo Violinist Cry  atal Palace Orchestral Society, and  City of London Orchestral Society  Particulara and Terms on application to  P.O. BOX 262, KELOWNA, B.C.  liHWIlF  Your Whole Family  Father and Mother, Sons and Daughters,  arid the little ones too, have each their  own special needs in the matter of footwear. What you want in shoe buying is  ' a stock large enough and varied enough to  enable you co exactly suit your own taste  We Are Shoe Specialists  We devote our whole time to the Shoe  business and our aim is Service to the Public  Wa Stock    ::  The Best in Quality,  The Smartest in Style,  The Cheapest in Price  Our experience and the large scale on  which we do our buying enables us  to  combine these advantages.  You can depend upon Good Value  for Your Money  MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  ���Phone 256 P.O. Box 233  AVOID TYPHOID I  Red Cross Chemical  Closet  The only closet with Patented Trap Door Device ensuring  perfect sanitation.   Constructed for use INSIDE the house.  Perfectly odourless.  $22.50 - $25 - $37 - f.o.b. Kelowna  R. HARRIS St CO., Ltd.,  1127, Langley St.  Victoria, B.C.  S. RIDEN,  Lakeview Hotel,  Kelowna  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  w. EASTON  'Phone 187 Pendozi Street. N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish & Hardings'.)  First-Class Five-Passenger  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  FRUIT. HAY AND MIXEDl  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.    Any aired acreage!.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terma:  Quarter caah down, balance I, 2,  3 year* at 7 per cant, intereat.   Soil, black  mellow loam.  Alao 2,000 acrea en block, very choicest of  land. Reasonable pricea and terma. Beat  large investment in B.C. Pricea one-half  leas than what other Okanagan companies  aell for. Aa (or quality of soil we invite  personal inspection and comparison with  other high-priced lands in thia valley.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange!  Choice Alberta improved (arms and cityi  lota exchanged for Kelowna and Okansgi.nl  fruit, hay and residential lota. Alberta!  property rising in value rapidly.  1 Panhard Levaston Automobile!  45 h..p. Coat $6,000 new. Will aell foil  W00 cash, or will exchange for lots, horaea!  or cattle.    H1TCHNER BROTHERS  WMbwk, B.C KELOWNA RECORD  sfisa  Thursday, June 19  THK KELOWNA RECORD  Publish*., every Thursday at   the  Office, Kelowna, B. L\  JOHN LLATHLEY  EtHtor and Proprietor  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To United States 82.00 par annum.  Advertiaing rat^a upon application.  Kelownn, in common with' ull otter  ('anadiat. oitieg and towns ia expert*  BQOlng difficulty in dispotinjf o! ify  debenturvl; the proceed* ot which art*  required for much needed city Improve*  meat*,  ft deems almost certain lhal thleday  uf feme per writ., and five per cent.,  debentures has panned. Already Severn! (titles hnvu rorogni?eil th's fact  nnd after having unsuccessfully ende.i-  vurcd to raise loans al lower rates have  with tin* consent of the ralfpnyvr..  raised (he in tores! to six per cent.,  nml nt the increased ratio the debentures were satisfactorily disposed uf.  In titncH of money senility a <list,;ii(M  advantage Heema to accrue lo a city  adopting this method. Instead of being obliged to aril itRboniln at a discount of from ten to twenty, per cent.  it can dispose of them al par or baiter, so that in order to raise a certain amount of money, fewer deben*  tures in.H*d in. issued and tine total debenture debt is thus kept at the minimum.  As the cily is obliged to have mo i*  ey for necessary expenditures audi as  the present issue of low interest hearing debentures is practically unsaleable it would seem that steps should  bo taken to have the ratepayers' sanction -tho change of the interest /rale  on the .bonds already issued to six per  cent. The present hand-to-mouth system of borrowing to meet current  needs is both expensive and unsatisfactory, besides causing the city's fimin-  cial committee a considerable degrao  of worry.  A general review of the mon y market of ths world at tho present writing shows that the prices of atOcks  of all kinds have still a lowering tendency. The whole commercial world  is ao interdependent that what alVerts  one part reacts on all tho others. A  war in the Balkans requires the  expenditure of vast sums for thi payment of troops and supplies. This necessitates borrowing in the open market. The laws of supply and d-mand  hold good for money as for other t*i.m��  modifies, hence the price gors up. Another effect of the recent war is Miat  thu balance of power in Europe, (has  (wen disturbed. Germany has recognized that a new, strong and probably  hostile, factor in the European problem has appeared in the near east and  at once prepares to meet the changed  conditions by adding Immensely rtoher  army and,consequently to her expenditures, so that we havo another nation  burrowing, another competitor in thu  bid for gold. But the matter does not  not end with the millions required for  tha legions of the Kaiser. Franc and  Russia are obliged to keep the pace  with their great rival and move money is drawn off from tigitimale iom-  meroiat enterprise to buy guns and  ammunition.  But war and preparations for .war  ah., not the only causes of money sear-  city. This is an age of immense commercial and industrial e\|-ansion aM  n.er tho world. Canada re |Uir s vast  Bums toi develop her wonderful resources, China culls for mill'ona to enable her to successfully ista'ilMi her  new government and build railways  through her populous provinces. South  America, Australia, *South Africa all  need1 money and nil arc in the market  for  it.  All this coming al a titn- when the  political uncertainty in Europe develops a tendency among the nations  interested to hoard the medium of exchange increases the demand. We may  expect however, as soon ns normal conditions obtain in the near east, that  is with the final sitllemcnt, of the  various disputes between the powers  interested in the recent war, that the  hoarded millions of Europe will again  find their way into normal commercial channel., and its immediate effect  will lie a demand for jusl such securities aro now being offered by tbe various cities and governmmts of Canada.  It is very satisfactory to note that  notwithstanding the tigh'ness of mouay  building operations  continue bria!..  According to tho report of the building inspector to the city council, permits have ailready been issued for  buildings whoso aggregate of value  Hioeod tha total aggregate for the  yea* 1012.  Another matter for congratulation  consist* in the fact that the class of  buildings being erected is  nfUch super*  J^Til  ior to any previously built in the oity.  Thia applies especially to the busin as  blocks now in course of construction  or nearing completion.  In the new Willits, Casorso and  Bank of Commerce blocks all mod rn  improvements to be found in the bt��t  city buildings are being in.tailed. Added to this, especial attention has'been  given to the architectural design so  that when completed these buildings  will add much to tho appearance ol  our principal business street.   ���>   PROPOSED POULTRY EXHIBIT AT  EDMONTON  B. 0. Poultry Association To Send A  Car ot Birds To Edmonton  Fall Fair.  Arrangements have bean made with  the Canadian Pacific Railway by the  B. C. Poultry Association for dispatching a carload of exhibition poultry  from this province to the Edmonton  fall fair, August 11th to the 16th.  Members of the Provincial Association Only will bo allowed apace in this  car, but any breeder, not n member  wishing to secure space may do so by  becoming a member of tho association.  The membership fee is 81.00.  It is well known that enormous sums  are being sent annually from the prni-  rie provinces to eastern Canada and  the United Slates for pure br.d stock,  and the committee is of the opinion  that much of this money could be diverted to this province so soon as the  breeders of the prairie provinc s, realize that, just as good atock can be  procured here. It is with this intention that the B. C. Poultry Association are exhibiting a carload at tho  Edmonton fair.  Only young stock;, that, jb, cockerels  and pullets, will' be taken, nnd preference will be given to lhe popular varieties, should there be more applications than space allot ed. Space will  be provided for exhibits of ducks of  both sexes, but no turkeys-, geese or  ornamental fowl will bo exhibit od. Tt  is proposed, if possible, to insure exhibits whilst  on tho milwvy.  Providing a anfficii-nt  number of ev-  ibtts.are secured, the freight charges Jjeur Sid.���So you are engaged at lasL;  will be very  modernte. after many a dangerous voyage,   you  Application for apace in the car by are about to guide your storm-tossed  any local poultrymen should be mnde jburk into the peaceful (?) harbor o.  direct to Mr. .T, It. Terry, Department matrimony. 1 rise nt this point to  of Agriculture, Victoria, to whom also |Htiy> heaven help the poor girl, if she  Young? Yes- the oldest Ford is  juat ten years young���this month.  And its youngest brother is the  choice of the lot -a better car than  those we built not long ago and  sold at nearly twice its price. Big production makes the Ford price low.  More then 275,000 Fords now in service���convincing evidence of their wonderful meiit.  Prices: Runabout $788; Touring Cer $863���  f.o.b, Kelowna wilh nil equipment. Get interesting " Ford Times " from Wakrrville Factory  (r from the Kelowna Garage and Machine  Works Co., Ltd., Kelowna.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65  W. P. MEREDITH     -     Proprietor  Letters of a Self-raited Office Boy  to Hit Pal  in which Jimmy tall, of Kelowna happening, lo Mr.  Sidney Harper, ot Vaiuoiivar, ill..  membership fees in the  tion should be sent.  B. C. Assoc!*.  THF  VANCOUVER MARKET  ever enter the hold bonds of wedlock with you. 1 can hear her finiah  knocking at the front door. Tell the  fair aud bhiBhing bride to be that  1 extend her my heartfelt sympathy.  lh���    ,-;,...,   ,���,,    ,:llhllli,   ���.  ,,,,,,,!,,.,     'lhe boss got back last Friday and  from the Okanagan will go to Retina he ��� " h��'^��l ne��� l***_* aD *��^  and Winnipeg respectively. The expi  ation is that the co-operative "selling  system of the Okanagan growers hns  not yet broil completed', so it appears  that the wholesale, fruit rirg of Vancouver is still in conlrol nf th. situation  and   provincial  grown   fruita will  of meat. The first thing - he said  to me was. "Jimmy, we've got most  of those shows on th. coast licked  to a stand-still. I saw a lot of picture shows when I was away in Vio-  toria, Seattle and Vancouver, and 1  can    truthfully    say    that   most    ���!  usual  get   the go-by  in favor     of ll>��� were,not half as good, and none  stuff imported from the smith.     Van- of them    better than   our litth)    old  couver householders may to some   ex- show right here in Kelowna."  tent rectify this abuse by ins'sting up- While down in Vancouver the    bosB  on lbcally-grown fruits which arc   al- arranged to get a number of feature  together superior   to those of   the l. films ol  the very highest   ornss.     We  8., at least of tho grades imported for are going to show   the first on*     iu  local consumption.      ft   is  a    scndal the Dreamland on Friday "The Little  and a reproach to this city that cher- Minister."���Some clues    to that   one,  ries  grown  within  twenty-five     hides I guess.  of     the    city are shipped out  to thai   We are going  to  have a line oomio  prairies because higher prici s are   oh- opera at the Opera House on Monday  tainable by the growers while nt     the night called the "Iteggar Prince". Ao-  snme time    consumers pay for     good cording to all reports, it's there with  Rritish Columbia products grown with bells on.  in an hour by rail from Vancouver.��� Do you remember in my lehtor before  Vancouver Sun. Inst how  1 busied    forth   into poetry   ,  with   the quotation "Kelowna crushed  British  Columbia gets 827.IKI0  federal gram fur   agriculture this  if ih,  'to earth  will  rise ngaiu?"  Well     she  rose,    my boy, Bho    rose! And great  '"'��� was the riBO theraofi The way of thr  Nearly tjiftv settlers in the |0W���.'rising was this: Last Thursday our  ships of Tiidhop, Truax, Robilliard ami vnlinnl k,"��M' of ,l,e diamond, girded  Dack in the Immediate vicinity of the nP tl'"il' loln" ��ml ,u" "'"m th" *lum'  town of Slmrlton, Ontario, lr��t tliolr .bering hamlet ol Hevclslnke and smote  homes and nil belongings in n disns- |"'m '"I' ����"' llli��*11 with K"ovou��  trous bush fire which cut a swath say daughter. When the mnokc of battle  ernl miles in width and swept through 1|��'1 li,,wl�� appeared >" imperishable  the townships on Wednesday and numerals: Kelowna 1, llevoletoke 01  Thursday last. ��". y��" K0���1' "8K1     " l '"" a a"1'1  'l could  just    kiss    every one of those  Owing to the outbreak of foot    ami ..unninij- ball  players.  mouth disease in Kent, England, ilrus-1   'phe "other day  I wont on a     little  tio    precautions    were    taken by the picnic   across  the     lake,  to a     place  again.! Uu-spread called Hear Creek  Canyon-one of the  all persons     and ��� prctijetit spots I have ever teen.    Tho  hides passing through  the    affected a-g^ ba, Mt \i, Way through the rug-  'ro'lgcd mountains  in itn struggle toreaoh  being allowed    to proceed.   ,)w [,fck   aed   nature hns healed   the  board of agriculture  of the disease, i"id  area liud to be disinfected   with  lie before    being allowed  Farm hands working  in  the     district  wore    specially    disinfected     overalls,  which were burned at  the end of the  day.  Auction Sale  '    of Household Effect!  Saturday, June 28th,  At 1.30 p.m.,  at  the residence  of  THOMAS LAWSON, Bernard Ave.  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer     I  'Phone 240  P.O.Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  ^/e Reoaif   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gaa  EngincB.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Rbad Machinery  1 Automobiles .  We Stock   Cold  Ro"ed  Shaftin8'  Bo1"' Screws,  Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It will soon be needed  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.Cr  j  Lyson's Lake Shore Lots!  ONLY SIX LEFT  Price $400 each  Buy Before They are All Gone  H. LYSONS    -    Kelownaj  or any agent  wound with stately pines and grnoeful  willown, while over the ground cr.jps  myrlnda of wild rosea, making * scene  of. surpassing loveliness. Truly Sid,  this country iB al revelation toi me. It  seems that every1 turn I make MM  frosh beauty is dnieovored.  How.in the     world  can ymi     stay  Under  that     shower bath,    when   for  EXTENSION OF TIME !��16.85   you can come to tho   modern  The time for    rece'.vintf tenders   forlKden, where everyone will receive vo-i  the construction  of a   Public Building  ith open arms  (etipsoially the    real'  at Greenwood, B. C, is hereby extend  oil to Wednesday, .funs iW, 1U13.  By Order,  It-  C< Desrochers,  Secretary,  Department of I'ldilic Works, Ottnwa Canada,  Juns S, 1013. I  CHtatc men) ond make you aa welcome as the birds "in spring? So when  you i have gotten tangled up in tho  matrimonial knot, bring,your bom to  the town that's ths/ one best bet  Kelowne." Yours,  .  juanr  Kelowna Opera House  MONDAY, JUNE 23rd  Special Engagement  for One Night Only  THE  BEGGER  i PRINCE  Comic Opera  Miss Bertie Palmer, Prima Donna Soprano  Harry C. Mosely   and   Ray Southart, the famous  <  opera comedians,  Supported by a powerful company of talented singers and dancers  ADMISSION: $1, 75c. and SOc.  _ ^,      ____^     *   ' i   i        il    M_   l     i    i i;r i nil    r       ���1_ 1_^ ;__i i .  Seats on sale at Crawford's store   '���' ��� ���������' Thursday, June 19  KELOWNA MECOKSI  Baseball  On WWnesday evening last the baseball team representing Kelowna in the  B. C. Interior League left, by autos  for Salmon Arm, whence they, journeyed by train to Revelstoke the following to meet tbe club of that oity in a  league fixture. The two cars oarrying  the players left Kelowna about six  o'clook and reaohed Salmon Arm in  time to snatch a few winks of sleep  before boarding the train for Revelstoke, where they arrived at noon.  Shortly after they arrived at Revel  stoke it began to rain and until late  in the day it was thought that the  game would have to be postponed, but  the fates were kind and at 4.30 the  sky began to clear and.the rain stop-  pod. The game started about 6 o'clook with the field in none too good  shape. From the very first it waB  evident that the game was to be a  hard fought battle and for the first  three innings not a man was able to  complete the circuit of the bases. In  the fourth, however, the visitors tallied three runs owing to loose fielding  on the part of the Revelstoke team  coupled with two timely singles. From  this on to the seventh the score board  showed no change. In the seventh  the Kelowna team added one more to  their total on a brace of hits and some  clever base running, making the score  four for tho visitors. During the entire contest the Revelstoka team were  at the mercy of the Kelowna t wirier.  When hits meant runs the Revelstoke  batters were helpless before Henning's  speed and shoots. The entire team  played a good, steady game and Fred  Henning at third killed .off a couplo of  hits labelled with the two base ticket.  Noel played a strong game behind the  plate and his throwing to bases wns  a feature, no less than three would-  be base stealers met their fate trying  to purloin the second bag.  Only one Revelstoke player reached  third base during the game, this was  the only time the home team looked  dangerous. Following is the offioial  box soore'  Kelowna  \ AB B H 0 A R  Hunt  .     4   10  0  0  0  Purdy 4023   1   1  Noel     3  114 2 1  Albert 4   1   (I   I   0  0  A.  Henning 4   112  4  0  Kincaid 4   0   110   1  F. Henning .....   3  0  0  1  3 0  Fuller >  4  0 0 16  1  1  Treadgold 4  0  0   14  0  Totals 34   4   5 27 14 4  Revelstoke  AB 11 H 0 A II  Dorr 4  0  0 0  3  1  Fisher 3  0  0  111  Fully 3   0  010  .0  Phillips 400021  List . . ' 4   0  0  0  0 0  White. 300 12 10  Bruce ..' 301100  Sellans 202000  Webb .801360  Totals 29 0   4 27 13 3  LEAGUE STANDING  The following is the standing- in the  Interior league at present;  Kelowna 3      1      .700  Vernon 2     2     .600  Kamloops 2     2     .600  Revelstoke 1     3     .260  Amusements  THE BEGGAR PRINCE  At The Opera Houae Monday   Night  June 23rd.  Arrangements have been perfected  whereby, tho amusement lovers of this  city will have a chance of enjoying one  of the best, comic operas ever heard  here. "The Beggar Prince" whioh will  be shown has long been a favorite in  the eastern states, playing lhe same  territory year after year. Among the  principals are to be found the best  in comic opera, the Prima Donna Soprano, Miss Bertie Palmer, it is said  has the distinction of being the youngest prima donna on the American  stage and she possesses a magnificent  voice, rich in tone, brlliant and powerful and ia also 'reputed to be a remarkably handsome woman. Hiss Bessie Green, the mezzo-soprano from the  thistled hills of Scotland possesses a  voice to be proud of. There uro two  comedians that stand away up as fun  producers; Harry C. Moseley and Ray  Southart, and thoir antic und fun  business permeate through tho entire  three acta. The chorus is made up of  lovely feminity. This will bo one of the  principle events of thc season and all  music-lovers ahould not miss the opportunity of seeing this talented oom-  pany while in our city.  Eat the Sparrows  The common English sparrow has  excellent food value. Sparrow breasts,  though diminutive in size, are a delicacy. To prepare them for the table,  sparrows should be skinned and split  down tho back with a sharp knife,  and (he insides thoroughly scraped.  Place in a weak salt solution over  night, then in tho |ioe box for a  few hours. They can bo rolled in flour  and fried in butter or lard, to which  is added a fow drops of vinegar to  eradicate the "wild" taste; or smothered' with onions. Either way tney  become tempting morsels.  Perhaps the members of the board  of trade whioh recently approached the  council relative to the extermination  of the sparrow in Kelowna will take  the lead by arranging a sparrow banquet.   ���   Express Company and Care"  less Handling of Fruit  Complaints have been made from time  to time by the various transportation  companies regarding the careless manner in whioh boxes containing fruit  shipments are nailed up, resulting in  much loss and inconvenience to both  the shipper and the companies. The  matter has alato been dealt with on  several occasions by the Fruit Growi  or's Association. With the opening of  the shipping season again the looal  officials of the Dominion Express Company are desferouB of reminding growers and shippers to exorcise more caro  to see that tfieir paokages are secure  enough to stand a reasonable amount  of handling.  The Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, first and third Sunday* in the  month (,t 8 a.m.; aecond and fourth Sundays, nfter  Momins Prayer.  Litany on the tint and third Sundaya,  Morning Prayer at I i   o'clock j   Evening Prayer at  ���    7:30. .  St. Andrew's. Okanagan Mission,  First nnd third Sunday in month, Holy Communion  at 8 a.m.   Matini and Litany, II a.m.  .   Eventontr 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A., Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Ai.ii.ent Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Cliurcli, Kelownn.  Morning Service*) nt || a.m-ievnning.ervicf.at 7:30  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at ft p.m.  Rev. A. DUNN, 111 >.. Pastor.  BENVOULIN PBBSBYTfcRIAN  CHUHCn  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 service Wedneaday al 8 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.  Sabbath Service.al 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabkalli School at 2.30 p.m.      All welcome.  Wed. 7.30. ft����. D. J. WaUh,  Paster.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Number 48391  Don Zombro is a bav stallion, 15.3  hands,    sired    by   Zombro,   dam  Rambler  Maid,   by   Rodgirl,   by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started last year in the  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vernon, winning both, racea, making a  mark at Vernon of 2.33.  Some of his colls are stepping in better  than 2.30 before they are two years old,  notably Zombronum, which promises to  be in the 2.10 list in 1914.  He is a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind and gentle .in  disposition.  Don Zombro wilt stand for service at Max  Jenkins At Co.'s stable during the day and  at Mr. Copeland's home after 6 p.m.  TERMS:   $15 for single leap;   $20 for  season ; $25 to insure,  payable when mare proves to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND, Owner  This lajbel $*$0$li  no fsetond grade"  THERE'S only one quality of Ginada Cement. It is the  highest quality that can possibly be made with modem  equipment, scientific methods and rigid inspection by expert chemists. ���  The Canada Cement you buy (or a garden walk is the tame  eamant that ia aold by the trainload tor great dama. elevatora and bridgea. Tha  engineers in charge of theae greet worka have ample lucilitica (or teeting the quality of  cement.  Canada Cement  comes up to their most rigid requirements.  The farmer has not these facilities for testing the quality of cement. He must buy  ��� product upon which he can depend for n grade that ia always of high/ft quality*, and  that therefore does not need to be tested.  You can place absolute reliance upon the quality of Canada Cement.  It's always the same and always the bee... The large output���which enables ul to  keep tht prion down, enables us also to maintain thi) factory equipment and organization  that keeps tha quality up.  A Canada Cement label appears on erety bag and barrel of genuine Canada  Cement.    See that it's on the bags and barrel* of cei nent that you buy.  WRITE for our free book   " What tha Firm-r Can Do With Concrete.'' , It has told a hundred lliowtaad  Canadian fanner��� of the monar-aavuig and pnifit-aueku-t' I ponibilitiM of oonomte.  Address Farmer*' Infiormatton D ���paitasemt-  Canada Cement Company Limited, ��� Montreal  There It a Canada Cement dealer m, your neighbourhood.  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  Hewetaon Bloclc, Kelowna    .    'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C, Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal College   of   Muiic,  and lately  with Kendrick Pyrin,  Mm. Doc., prganiat of tha  Cathedral, Manchester, Eng.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   of   every   description   supplied.  ... Jl'      .  |R1CHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box ma , 'Phone 00  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Converaational or otherwiae  STUDIO -Morriaon-Thompaon Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 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, Harmonu,Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aiiociate of the Royal College of Organist*. ..ond.)  Gives lessons in the above subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes   at 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 i   LAWRENCE AVE.  Messages   may  be  left  at  the   office   of  Messrs. Rattenbury fit Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  teaches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Oocr Hoijnl lianli   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Late Principal and Solo ViolinlatCru-  atal Palace Orcheatral Society, and  City of London Orcheatral Society  Particulars and Terma on application to  P.O. BOX 262, KELOWNA, B.C.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  \WPmIF  Your Whole Family  Father and Mother, Son�� and Daughters,  and the little ones too, have each their  own apecial needa in the matter of footwear. What you want in shoe buying ia  , ' a stock large enough and varied enough to  enable you to exactly suit your own taste  We Are Shoe Specialists  We devote our whole time to the Shoe  business and our aim is Service to tbe Public  We Stock   ::  The Best in Quality,  The Smartest in Style,  The Cheapest in Price  You  Our experience and the large scale on  which we do our buying enables us to  combine these advantages.  can  depend upon Good Value  for Your Money  MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  'Phone 256 p.Q. Box 233  AVOID TYPHOID I  Red Cross Chemical  Closet  The only closet with Patented Trap Door Device ensuring  perfect sanitation.   Constructed for use INSIDE the house.  Perfecdy odourless.  $22.50 -$25 - $37 -f.o.b. Kelowna  R. HARRIS & CO., Ltd..  1127, Langley Si.  Victoria, B.C.  S. RIDEN,  Lakeview Hotel,  Kelowna  FOR  PICTURE "RAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187 Pendozi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish & Hardinga'.)  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217     -     Leckie Block  FRUIT. HAY AND MIXED|  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.    Any sized acreages.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terma:  Quarter caah down, balance I. 2.L  3 yean at 7 per cent, intereat   Soil, black!  mellow loam.  Alao 2,000 acrea en block, very choicest of I  land. Reasonable prices and terma. Beat!  large investment in B.C. Prices one-half!  leas than what other Okanagan companies!  aell for.. Aa (or quality of soil we invite!  personal inspection and comparison with!  other high-priced lands in this valley.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange  Choice Alberta improved farms and city  lota exchanged for Kelowna and Okanagan  fruit, hay  and  residential  Iota.   Albert  property rising in value rapidly.  1 Panhard Levaason Automobile  45 h..p.   Coat $6,000 new.   Will  aell for]  $800 cash, or will exchange for lots, hon  or cattle.    HITCHNER BROTHERS  Waatbanlr, B.C KELOWNA RECOIU)  Thursday, June 19  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priest s Orchard  Have for sale  ORCHARD  LANDS  Planted and Unplanted  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bench  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  Close in on  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  L  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O.Box 174  We are carrying a complete line of  Automobile Tires and Tubes,  Patches  ��� Electric Horns  ��� N.P. Bumpers  ��� Accessories of all kinds  Dinjo Cylinder Oils and Greases  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Eilimataa Furniihed on all kinds of buildinga.      Residence! and Modern  Bungalows a Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a lull line of interior dacorationi, consisting of tlie latest and moat up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect mv stock of Wallpapera and get my  estimate on your apring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  'I OWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. ... Duncan returned last week  end from his visit to the coast.  1 TheKelowna baseball team meet* the  Vernon team this afternoon at the exhibition grounds.  | ��   *   *  I Mrs. J.B. Knowles will roceivo for  the last, timo this summer on Friday  the 20th inst.  t   t  *  | Mr. W. K.. Trench returned Monday  from the OOAlt where he has been attending the (kldfellows' grand lodge,  nl   Nunaimo.  j ' ���   ���   ���>  \V. Kaslon ha* tnl.en over the picture framing himinosM from T. Tread  gold, ttiit hitter now devoting all  hia timo to show cards and sign painting.  ��   *   ���  The regular monthly meeting of the  board of trade is oalled for tomorrow  night (Friday) in the new oiHoeH. All  members kindly nol b t he change nf  day.  Mr. *ind Mra, Thos. Lawson will be  at home on Tuesday evening Juno 24,  al 7:30 to all their friends, as they  are leaving the following week to make  their home in Victoria. Reception on  the lawn.  * ���   *  A meeting of the Kelowna Racing  Club will be held tomorrow (Friday)  June 20th, at 8 p.m., in tho Aquatic  pavilion. Arrangements aro to by made  for practices and also to appoint  ooaonea for the different, crews.  ��� #   *  An auction sale of the furniture apd  household effects of Mr. Thos. Lawson  is advertised for Saturday* June 28th,  Fl is Mr. Lawson's intention to take  up his residence with his family in  Victoria. This announcement will be  received with genuine regret by tho  numerous friends of Mr, and Mrs Law-  son made during a residence of  sonic eighteen years in the district.  I The local magistrate's decision in  the cases of T.oo Bon who was sentenced to si\ months for selling liquor  without a licence and I.ee Wing who  was fined 82ft and costs foi- supplying  liquor 'to an interdict has been upheld  by the supreme court at Vancouver  The decision was appealed against by  Mr. Cochrane of Vernon hut Us appeal was tost.  * ��   ���  The famous* Scotch drami "The Little minister" hy J. M. Barrio has'been  done up in throe reels of pictures b  the popular Vitagraph Co., and wil  be shown in the Dreamland Theatre on  Friday afternoon and evening. This  representation of Barrie's great book  will prove     a   great  treat'to    -lovers-  of that  popular writer's works.  * *   ���  A luwn social arranged by tho lad'  ies of the Presbyterian church was  held Tuesday evening at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Mnifison. The  garden and luwn presented ia brilliant  scene under tho glo*v of tho many  colored Chinese lanterns and electria  lights. Ice cream and strawberries and  criMim ware served al gaily decoratevj  tables, and the large crowd who turn-  ed out had a thoroughly enoyable  time. Many people CtVnc in from the  country and no doubt enjoyed in ail  diliou the drive homo in tho I .right  moonlight.  * ���   ���  Mr. Chas. Howtand, of ttpokano, is  visiting Mr. R, Newby this wi-ek. Mr.  I Howland is an old prairie friend of  'Mr. Ni-wby's and is at present owner  of a large fruil ranch near Spokane  He has alto largo interests in the  Biniiidnry Mining and Exploration Co.  of Midway, which controls some promising coal mining properly (here. Mr.  Rowland, Mr. Newby and Mr. Camp-  boll motored down the other day In  K. Dayman's car to ius|>ect the mine,  and brought back samples of thc coal  which is pronuuncod to be semi-anthracite.  ���   #   *  | Notwithstanding thc fact that it is  only about a year sin^e the* Kelowna  Furniture Co., erected a big new 1 lire  story building the floor space at their  disposal has already be-n found too  small, and n large addition is bring  built to the roar of the store. This  will be used,as a storehouse for the  large stock of bedding, and also to  accommodate a new hoarse which is  being purchased as an adjunct to the  bum's undertaking busi')ess. The undertaking branch itself will be lodged  in a large new" brick building on Lawrence avenue, which Mr. Sutherland is  erecting in conjunction w'th the Morrison-Thorn jstn Co. Space is also to  he provided in this now block for  warehouse facilities for the McKenzie  Grocery Co. Tho furniture company  is also purchasing an up-to-date motor  furniture delivery van,  Mra. D. Leckie will receive on June  20. and not again until fall.  * *   ��  Mr. G. M. Stanley has rented Mr.  H. Brysdale's shack, in Glenmore for  the summer.  * *   *  Mr. Chas. (.Owen, accompanied by  his mother and sister made a trip  to Kamloops last week by auto, returning Monday.  ti   ���   ���  An ice cream and strawberry social  will be held on the lawn ol Mr., and  Mi*. VV. A. Scott, on Thursday evening. June 27th, under tho auspices of  the   lieiievoulin  Ladies' Aid.  Mr, H. Witter has secured the contract, for tho excavation and tho concrete foundation of the new Bank of  Commerce building and teams have  been at work with the scrapers during the past, week.  * as  \V. P, Meredith, a new arrival   from  tho prairie hun started an express and  transfer business under tho name     of  the "City Transfer".     Ho    has matte  arrangement with Mr.  Horrocks ofthe  Rocond-hand  store   to  leave or phs/no  orders there for baggage moving    or  light   hauling.  ��   *   *  The annual union meeting of the Kelowna branch of the Canadian Bible  Society is to be held in the Baptist  church on Tuesday evening, the 24th  inst., at H p.m. An address will be  given by the Rev. J. Knox Wright, of  Vancouver. All interested in thc work  of the society are invited to l>e present.  Messrs locator, Purvis and Duller  wore each fined |6.00 and costs on  Tuesday morning for exceeding the  speed limit with their automobiles.  Dr, Thayer also hud to pay a like  amount, his boys having boon rvspon-  si bio. Messrs. Hudson and Mullhol-  and were fined for driving without  lights.  The new. uniforms for the local baseball team arrived this week and will  be used foi- -the first time today in the  game against Vernon. Tho color ofthe  suit is grey with maroon trimming  including caps and stockingi to match,  with the word Kelowna running down  tho front of the shirt. They should  present a handsome appearance. On  the left breast of the shirt is a red  apple with the letter "K" on it, signifying the connection of the team  with the "Orchard City."  ��� ���   ���    **,  The appearance of the lower part  of Glenn Avenue has been considerably  improved by the rofeitcing ol the old  school property.. Rome of the residents  on that part of the street would be  still further enhancing its arttraotive-  nese by following suit. Nothing looks  worse along a good street than tumbledown makeshift   fences.  * *   *  The following program wil! be rendered by the band at the park tomorrow night:  1.  March.  "Hamlin Rifles". Hal).  ii. Medley overture on Scotch melodies. Mackie Beyer Synopsis: Charlie  is my Darling"; Robin Adair; Rob Roy;  There's Nao Luck About the House"  Mary of Aigyle; Kinloch of Kinloch,  Blue Bolls ot Scotland; Rob Roy Mac  Gregor <)!; Ye Banks and Braes O'  Bonnie Boon; Money Musk; Strath-  spay,; Highland Fling; Imitation of  Bagpipe; The Campbell's are Comin';  Auld Lang Syne.  8, Mexican Song, "La 1'aloma," by  Oradier,  (. Rag time March, "Honey Bunch."  Fulton.  A. Loves (.olden Dreams, Radownn.,  Stevens.  fl.S ong and dance, "Driving in Ihe  Park," I.osey,  7. The Imperial Waltz. ���Houoke.  H. March. "Latona." Brooks.  0' Canada.  God Save the King.  N. Bornholdt, Conductor  j. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue      ��� ���      Kelowna. B.C.  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  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feat above tha lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town,  ��k* and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa tha opportunity of ���electing a few acrea of thia deairabla  property.  If you with t cheap building lot or an acre of land cal) on ua and wa will  ahow you our subdivision  d   WOODLAWN   ���  Juat four blocks from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Tarma eevay,  monthly paymenta if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board companies.  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 apring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure waler.   Domei'tic aupply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply ��U jro.tr  lumber needs.  We have now a large stock of local awl coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and ln splendid  condition  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thuredaii, June lfi  kelowna tsscmm  v'^ffife'r  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you lih\e is here  i i  .'.    Ask to See our No. 257    .'.  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  "Phone 150  I QiXxu JieniAL- /mold J aj\��&,  vrfum. ma uatv ltd.  Xva&ie. xvc  ^wnciioteic^'  fc"T LitistxyQ>tx}ni$  otA Sedb ahebueh ^dheant^33 thai  you\d\eam eon only Se a pleasant  one w-ken you bleeh upon them.  a \oom adorned wMfr one o4 ou\  SkU mil look like dheantland.  let ut help you make you\ home  fibetty. oou eon enjoy ou\ Se<U  loth nl&ht and day.  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUB  PICTURES  BY  HAVING  US   FRAME  THEM  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian and new Engliah Church,,)  FRESH CUT  HOT HOUSE  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  at atore prices  CUTFLOWERS     Vegetable and Bedding Plant.     POT P.LANTS  Order, taken for   RlllKft   J��f Fa" *��*    UUIU5   Winter Planting  Phon. u PALMER & ROGERON      p.o.Bo.ii?  Boy Scout Notes  BY<MAQISTBR  Having decided the points necoasary  for a tenderfoot to know wo will wry  briefly consider the investiture. The  troop is formed in a horseshoe former  tion round the tenderfoot and his patrol leader. The recruit has to acknowledge what is meant by hie honour.  namely that he. can be trusted to be  truthful and honest. He then promises on his honour to be loyal to God  and to the King, to try to do good  turns every day to other people, and  to obey the scout law. These last  were given in a previous .onio. The  scout-master then hands him an enrolment card bearing the following inscription in a fao'trimilo of the Ghiof  Seoul's hand-writing after the re-  uruit's name'���"You are now a scout.  I trust you���on your honour��� at all  times to do your beet to oarry  out your duty; und to do a good turn  to somebody eveiy day. It.S.S. Baden l'owell, Lt.-(.en. The three sections of the fleur-delys und the throe  fingers hold up in salute are intended  to remind tho scout of the throo'promises made in his enrolment. He is  now entitled to wear the Bcout uniform. Many people take exception "to  the' pattern or colour of the scout's  oquipinont, but only those who,'' tike  the writer, havo worn it for a prolonged time know how comfortable and  convenient it is besides being cool in  hot weather owing to the bare knees.  Indeed there are many points in its  favour,  too many Lo mention here.  A tenderfoot next aims at becoming  a second class HCuut by passing the  following tests, the ability of which  is obvious:  1. Have at least one month's service as   a tenderfoot.  2. Have a knowledge of elementary  first aid and banduging.  3. Know the semaphore or Morse  sign for every letter in the alphabet.  4. Follow a certain kind oi track  for half a mile in '2~> minutes (with  two alternatives involving memory  teats.  5. Travel* a mile in twelve minutes  (not less) at "Scouts pace/' that is,  20 paces walking and 20 paces run-  n ing.  Thia is the time ol the year when  everyone thinks of vaeations aud of  sports. Some are for (tliia. some for  that form of recreation, but more, people each year ure taking up motoring ae a method of relaxing irom their  business oares. "Motoring is tho grout  est American sport, regurdless of what  people may uu/ ubout baseball" said  Mr, Hurry li. Hadford, viee-piesideu't  and general manager of the Carter-  car Company, Pontiao, Michigan.  "Ail over tho country," continued  Mr. KuUford, '"you see hundreds, yen  thousands of enthusiastic motorists  who take no other outings except in  their oars. Just stop and think of  the great number' of people who take  little pleasure drives almost every  evening. Mo other pustime con give  suoh continual, such restful pleasure  as a motor car. Motoring is a sport,  in every sense of the word, but at  the same time the advantage of owning a motor car is because it is worth  more for business purposes than as a  resreation."  "Out on the farm is where the plea-  Biire of driving a motor oar is especially upprociatod. X havo been surprised ut the great number of farmers  who have purchased curs for no othet  reason, they said, than because a oar  is nice for their families to ride in.  They do not seem to think of the  economical advantage when they buy  the opportunities for more pleasure  overshadowing every feature of owning a car. "Out on tho farm the people have little else to enjoy except  their cars. They are not in touch  with baseball, and their work prevents  them from such pleasure as fishing,  plcnicing, etc., which they ure supposed to enjoy. But with a oar they  in take short drives euch uvening after a hard day's work, and it brightens them up and makes them happy  with thoir lot. In fact it makes the  country life really worth living."  And we can carry this comparison  even iuto the city" concluded Mr.  Kadford. "Let us take the man who  has n lainily and owns an ordinary  touring car. Peshaps he likes base-  baft, and although his family muy not  share hia enthusiasm, he will go once  6. J.ay and light a wood fire In the'or twice a week. Hut what does be  open, using uot moro than two mat- do with his oar? Almost every even-  ches. ing he   is seen on the street with his  7. Cook quarter of a pound of meat'entire family enjoying the cool even-  and two potatoes without cooking'ing air. And on Saiurday afternoons  utensils, other than the regulation und Sundays he takes short tours into  billy-can, in the open over his tire af the country. He uses his car for  ter the last teat, if possible. pleasure about ten    times for     every  8. Have a small bank account open- once he goes to a ball game.  Motoring the National Sport) 't-M-M^M-M-M-M^^  I PRODUCTIVE LAND!  If you are seeking  | Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage f  apply to  | R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission |  Telephone   -LI  Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  ��� ���  List of properties for sale on application  Od. ****Mm*,******M***************m  9. Know the Bixteen principel point,.-;  of the compass.  The second class badge consists of  a scroll with the words "lie Prepared"  worked upon il.  The second class scout aims to become first clean by passing further  tests similar to tho foregoing but rather more difficult. The regulations published up to and including July. 1912.  stats that the first class tests must  be passed before at least one independent and qualified examiner approved  by tho association but we an informed upon good authority that in the  absence of the local association tho  scout master may examine a candidate  fur first class tests. These tests are  ua follows:  I. Swim fifty yards unless a doctor certifies that bathing is detrimental to health.)  *i. Havo a larger amount in (savings  bank than roqtiired for socond olasa  test.  .'t. Send and receive a mommgo either in somaphoro or Morse codo, nt the  rate of 20 or hotter than Hi lettcra  tier minute regpeotivoly.  4. Go on foot or row a boat alono  or with one other aooiit to a point  seven miles distunl nnd raturn again  or if oonvsysd by any vehicle (eioepl  railways) or animal, distance to be  IA miles and return. He- must  write a short report of his journey. It  in preferable that lis ahould take two  days over tha trip.  fi. Deaoribs the1 pro)ier method of  dealing with any of the following accidents, (as may be alM.r'il by the  examiner,): fire, drowniug, runaway  carriage, sower gas, ice breaking, eleotrio shootd, bandage an injured pa-  tiont. and revive an apparently drown-  ml person.  fl. Cook satisfactorily (over camp  fire if possible) two of llie following  dishes as may bo dirocted: Porridge,  hunter's stew, bacon, (with two alternatives'), also make a' "damper", or  a "twist" baked on a thick stick.  7. Bead the conventional signs of a  map oorreotly nnd draw an intelligible  rough sketch map. Point nut a compass direction without tho help of a  compass.  8. TJ��e an axe for felling or trimming light timber or olso, produce au  article of carpentry made by    himself  1*. Judge distance, area, size, numbers, height and weight with twentv-  Hvo per oent error.  10. Bring a tenderfoot trained by  himaelf in the points required for the  tenderfoot bodge.  "I really think that motoring is far  more worthy of being called the national sport than baseball."  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  "Naramata School Extension'.  "SEALED   TENDERS,   superscribed  Tenders for Naramata School Etxteo-  sioo," will be received by the Honouiv  ablo the Minister of Public Works up to  noon of Monday, the 23rd diyy oi June  1913, for the ereotion and completion  of a two-room addition to th* adhool-  houae at Naramata, in thai Okanagan  Electoral distriot.  Work to bs commenced immediately  on acceptance of tender -and completed  on or before ths 2fith August, 1918.  Plans, specification*, contract and  forms of tender may be teen on and  after tho 7th day ot Juno, 1913 at the  office of Mr. L. rkrjrris, Government  Agent, Vernon, B.C.; Ur. J.C. Williams, Secretary to th* school board,  Naramata, B.C.; nnd ths Department  of Publio Works.  Intending tenderers oan, for tht sum  of ten dollars (IHO.) obtain on* copy  of the plans and specifications  by ap-  Iving to the (iiidersigned.  This sum will b* refunded whan the  plans ar* returned in good oniar.  Each proposal must be aocoinpaniod  by an accepted bank ohoinu or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canada, made payable to the Honourable, tljin Minister af Publio Worka,  for a sum uqual to 10 peroent, oi tender  which snail be forfeited il that party  tondorinf? decline to enter into contract  when roiled upon to do ,o, nr if he  fail to complete the work contracted  for. The cherpie or certificates of deposit of uniMif ceenlul tenderers will b*  returned to libera upon the execution  of tho wont/rnei.  Tenders -wifll not be considered unless  made out ��jq the forms snppli'*!* signed with t,|n, aotual signature ai the  tendered,, aiad enclosed in tha envelopes  furnished.  The loweiit or any lender not neoes-  siirlly aoeefpted.  J. E. GRIFPniI.  PsMio Works Engineer. Department  of Ftiblle Work,, Victoria, B. C, June  5th. 1913. 29-30  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W.  HAUG    -    KEOWNA B,.     .    ���tf���  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Window*.  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  NOTICE  NOTICE �� hereby given that meeting!  of the Provincial Agricultural Commiauon  will be held at the Following placet:���  Salmon Arm, May 27th, 10 a.m.  Enderby, May 28th, 11.30 a.m.  Armstrong, May 29th, 10 a.m.  Vernon, May 30th and 3lit. 10 a.m.  Kelowna, June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a.m.  Summerland, June 4th, 10 a.m.  Penticton, June 5th, 10 a.m.  Keremeoi, June 6th, II a.m.  Rock Creek, June 7th, 9.30 a.m.  Midway, June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Fork*, June 9th, 2.30 p.m.  The Committion will hear evidence on  all matters affecting agricultural condition!  in the province. All persons interested  are invited to be present,  W. H. HAYWARD. M.L.A.  Chairman.  C B. CHRISTENSEN,  Secretary. 26-8  FREE GIFTS  TILL JUNE 21st  ON CLOTHING  With every colored suit  excepting Blue Serge,  1 will give all purchas-  erstheirchoice of goods  to the following values:  Men's Suits  From $ 7.50 to $13, gets $2  ���    15.00,,  20   ���   $3  Over $20.00 geti $4  Those who know the  extremely low price  the clothing stock is  sold at will appreciate  thitspecialoffer. There  is no reserve. You  have the whole stock  to choose from  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA     i     B.C.  m  Water Street  (In Block North)  Near Bank ol Montreal  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  'Phone 4801 P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER t CONTRACTOR  Plan,,   Specificationa   and    Eatimate,  Furnished  Building of every description  under,  taken in Town or country.  None but thc BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Eatimate*  Finiahing woik a specialty  Office  No. 6. Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Grernhonar, KELOWNA tECORD  Thursday, June 19  mmss��s?i����i  Dry Goods  Department  Special Sale of  Dimitys & Muslins  Our extensive stock of  White and colored Dimitys, Crosbar and Hair  Line Stripes, go on sale  this week nt sweeping  reductions.  This is the opportunity    ���  to secure the makings  of a pretty dress at a  reasonable figure.  In this lot are muslins with values  from 35c. to 50c. a yard.  All on sale at - 25c. yd.  Neckwear Specials  Pierrot Ruchings. We are now showing  some dainty Pierrot Ruchings in the popular widths, in White and Cream.  Price -        - 50c. yd  Collar and Cuff Sets. Pretty lace sets in  both white and cream; very effective  finish to any dress. ���  Price $1.25 to $1.75 a set.  Pretty Collars in Bulgarian Effects, also  some new Bows in colored Velvets, and  Bulgarian effects.    Prices       -        - 35c.  Three Corner Ties. We have the new  Three Corner Ties made specially to wear  with Middy Waists in colors, Black, Navy  and Cardinal.  ��� Men's ���  Department  A large shipment of  Men's Tweed and  Worsted Suits  including the famous' L system brand.  Our instructions are to clear this stock  at 20 per cent, discount  \  Gents' Lisle Underwear  for the hot weather, in all sizes,  50c. per garment  Work Shirts, Overalls and Gloves.  Highest qualities at lowest prices  Tunic Shirts up to $2 values, to  clear at    -       -       -       - $1  White Washing Belts  An assortment of  Pique & Embroidered Belts  Special    -    35c. each  Seasonable Waists  Our showing, of Ladies' Waists in vestings, duck and  other waafiing materials is worth your consideration.  All sizes,  from  32  to 42  Special, $1.35  Boots and Shoes  A full stock of the famous  "Walk-Over" Shoes  Good for wearing qualities, ease and comfort.  20 pei cent, discount, Saturday only  on all other lines  Tents  All sizes in stock, at lowest prices  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.O  IK1 Thursday, June 9  K8MWNA MECtMD  CufWi  orm  Medi  tane  The early bird gets the worm  and that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  ��� If you d jn't get him first he  ��� nil get your crop.  Bert, r's Paris Green  A Anate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  Any of the above ingredients  will get him if properly used  and in time.  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, end in a nortion of  the Province of Britiah Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rental of SI an  acre. Not more than 2,560 aorei  will be leaaed to one applicant.  Application for the lease muat ba  made by the applicant in peraon to  the Agent or iSub-Aeent of the distriot  in which the rights applied for are  aituated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of lections, and In unsurvey-  ed territory the traot applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of SB which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are nol available, but not otherwise.  A royalty Bhall ba paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tho  rate of five oents per ton. .  The person operating the mine Bhall  furnish tne Agent with sworn < returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mrnmi;  rights are not being operated, auch  returns should be furnished at feast  once a year.  The lease will inolude the coal mining rights only, but the ieaace may  be permitted to purohare whatever  available surface rights may be oon-  sidered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should ba made to the secretary of  the Department, of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  SPECIAL '  *   CORRESPONDENCE   ���.'���������  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Studios in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  >i^>tS>a/>t^N(*N.'>*rii\S>a>''VS*i>>aa*S<iNa^a*aW\S*<^SV^S^iS\J,VW,'a<^  Silverware will surely  please the bride  Something that will last and be useful and beautiful for years  to come���(bat's tbe right kind of a wedding gift.  Nothing fills these requirements so well as good silverware���  tbe silverware we guarantee.  We are showing some truly beautiful designs which we would  like you to see.  Will you call in some day soon?  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.  Telephone 270  i��J  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Tne militia camp at Vernon broke  up on Friday and the streets presented  a very busy appearance as the constant tread of marching soldiers was  heard, as the troops and infantry  marohed to the train. Saturday tho  camp presented a desolate look as the  army service corps worked away taking down and packing up the tents.  Friday sow the end of u very busy  twelve days instruction. After the excitement of tho sports on Monday the  camp settled down to hard work on  Tuesday. Wednesday bsw the cavalry  regimonts marching out for a two-days  lielli operations. . Tho plan- for the  work laid out is thus officially described in orders.  General Idea.  Tho Okanagan Valley is part, of a  blue country, a hostile red force has  moved in ��� from north *lo southeast, rthe  main body is now beyond the manosu-  vre area red via Vernon and I umhy  local blue forces have been collected  to oporate along the red line.  Special Idea.  On the evening of .lime luth a red  force consisting of tho 30th and 31st  B.C.H., under Lt.-Col. Flick arrived  at Vernon from l.umby and halted  there for the night. Their mission is  to attack any hostile troopsthreat.n-  ing to disperse and follow them up  and render them ineffective. During  the night reports were received that  on the afternoon of, the 10th, hostile  bluo troops were in the vicinity of  O'KeeiWs on the Kamloopa n ad. In  addition to the cavalry there is  uiimll and imaginary garrison of dismounted men left in Vernon.  The red force under tbe command  of Lt.-Col. Flick waB composed of the  30th and 31st regiments of the B.C.U  with details from R.C.H., the C.A.S  C. and theA.M.C.  The advance party waa not allowed  to leave camp before 8 a.m., and the  whole force had to be away within 45  minutes. Tho skeleton enemy to op  pose the red' force yesterday was ir  charge of S. M. Sparks and one N. 0.  0., and four men were detailed from  each regiment for its composition.  The bluo force consisted of 102nd  R.M.R., and thecorpe of guides under  Lt.-Col. Vicars. Tho skeleton foros to  oppose them being formed of Capt.  Almon aud S. M. Mitchel and a detail  of R.G.G.A. and four men.  The advance guard of the infantry  under the command of Col. Wolfenden  left camp about 9.20 and tha main  body followed at 10 o'clock.  I'he troops toak their water proof  sheets and blankets, one, meal in their  haversacks and one day's rations for  men and horses were taken io the  transport. The main body were play-  ad out of camp by the buglers and  drummers of the 102nd, under Band  master Loughton.  The troops and infantry arrived in  camp on Thursday evening and all  oxproseed regret that the parting had  so soan arrived. At 4 o'clock Col. F.  G. MaoDonell, camp commandant addressed the cavalry officers, pointed  out by way of instruction any defects  he noticed in tho cavalry movements  during the operations and complimented them on their general efficiency. It  is the opinion of any who took an interest in the militia oamp at Veruon  that .the officers and men wore to be  congratulated. on having ,aur.h an able  and experienced soldier at thoir head  during the period of instruction. Col.  MaoDonell is a soldier in every ssnoe  of the word and wins his way to the  hearts of the officers and mm < not by  martinet trway but by the exercise ot  good judgment and fatherly Interest.  The commandant belongs to a soldiers  family for hia forefathers haw fought  the battles of the empire for generations past. The troops ware inspected  on Tuesday by Col. Roy D.O.C., for  military distriot No. 11. It was hopbd  that tlie,minister of militia would ba  able to inspect the camp but as he  had met General Hamilton at. Quolwc  an inspection of difforent military unite  will be matin until Sidney, Vancouver  Island is reached on July 6th.  The Kelowna offieers and oamp were  Major Clarke, Lieut. Temple, Pymnn  and Barlee. In'addition to the other  prizes talren by Troousr Stirling hs  also won the Crthan prize given to  the smartest turned nut trouper in  the 30th regiment. Commandant Mao-  Donnell arrived in Kelowna on Sunday  evening to be present at the wedding  of Miss Binger end Mr. Temple.  Tha Prince of Wales is the matrimonial "oatoL of Europe" and ambitious mothers of eligible princesses are  awaiting his selection of a bride with  undisguised interest.  Thirty-five live foxes were shipped  from Edmonton this week to Truro, N.  Si, The animals were of thablaok, silver blaek, and red cross varieties and  were valued at 180,000.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK \ I  STEAM FERRY  Lewes Kelown 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES |. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and  Gents' Rubber  Heeta  of the Best Makes  CONCRETE  WORK  This is to announce that 1 have purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement-Riggs and ahall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's experience. 1  have a full equipment of power mixers,  ficc, and will give good work.  AH Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE:  RESIDENCE:  yrrn.&i r.coiL��ciNuc.  Clement tt Riggs' late office,    Woolieley Av.  Water 5tre��t Richter Street  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and lllionois  in 1910 as a three-year-old, principally  over half-mile tracks. That campaign was  one of the hardest ever given a three-  year-old, and enly a great colt could hive  stood it. He started in 16 races that year  and took a mark of I3J.  His breeding is as follows:  Sired by Lei and Onward, 2-4}; first  dam, Ollie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a son of Nutwood; second dam,  Trilby Wilks, by Nutwood  Wilks.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25 when  mare proves to be in foal  Stands at stable of owner,  J. N. CAMERON  It hat been  ���aid that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  s4PP0INTMENT  with  S.GRAY  " The photographer in your town "  PAINTS ARE DU  They give service  fdr years without  cracking or; "flaking," because only  PUREST ingredients  and most ACCURATE methods are.  used in the manufacture of  Bapco Pure Paint  Every ounce of White Lead  and Zinc���every drop of Linseed Oil���must be pronounced by expert chemist* :  ABSOLUTELY PURE before they go to the grinding or mixing rooms.  . There they are measured and weighed automatically���pulverised and amalgamated by automatic  machines.  ' 86 every can of BAPCO Paint is EXACTLY made  to a scientific formula, that eliminates "guess work"  and, makes years of perfect service ABSOLUTELY  certain.  BAPCO Paints cover 25 per cent more surface  than the so-called "cheaper paints, and will outlast  and outwear them all by many years.'  We personally recommend BAPCO Pun Paint  Dalgleish & Harding  Bernard Avenue  KELOWNA, B.C.  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 6\ Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Succeaaora to the Morriton-Thompion Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, fire.  Pipe Fittings ol all kinds  Office and Shop: ������.. .    _ n  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  TO RENT  Three very desirable Dwelling Houses  in   town.     Furnished  or  unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GEO. A. BOWSER  UILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  Dr. ORNER-  SIGHT   SPECIALIST (Late of Kamloops)  has now permanently located in Kelowna in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real Estate,  Raymer Block  -     28 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE    -  A  Perfect  and  Scientific  Examination  Free  Accuracy and satisfaction guaranteed KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, June 19  "Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2to5p.n  1 FIRST WEDDING IN NEW CHURCH  Continued irom page I  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2A. 4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand.  Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May Ist, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS.Ld.  Office in Rnymer Building.  KELOWNA, 1I.C.  H. & K. TRADING CO.  1 Villi, ton  ICE CREAM  :     PURE  laPF  PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Reprfaentntive: W. T. FLEET,  'Plione 24 Headquarters:   Brooke's Livery  Mappln, shire dish;     G, K. Salvage,  cut glass jug; C'upt. and Mrs. Seddon,  iuk stand; Miss Sleigh, manicure set,  Miaa Manson, blouse set; Mr. and Mrs.  |Leigh, travailing clock; Dr. and Mra,  McNaughton,< salt shak��ra. Mis. D,  ��� Co.iboroiigh, centre piece; The Misi��s  . I.a Nuuze, Irish crochet collar and  culFa; Mrs. G. Mansfield, ��� fy-a oloth;  Mr. and Mrs. Reide, cushion; Mr. and  Mrs. .Metcalfe, elder down quilt; Mr.  John Metcalfe, tea set; Mr. and Mrs.  Walker, curtains; Mr. nnd Mrs, Stubbs,  belt buckle; Mr. nnd Mrs, Spencer, two  cut glass bowls; 'Mr. and Mrs. W. 1-.  I'case, jug; Mr. ami Mrs. H,um. n,  flower vaBS; Miss Hopkins, tray oloth;  Mr. and Mrs. R. ('. H. Mansfield,  cutr�� dish; Dr. and Mis. Kuo\, ooffse  percolator; Mrs. Gather, tray cloth;  Miss. P, Gather, tea lefvtQS) Mr. and  Mra. Francis, thermos flaak; Mr. and  Mrs. Efowson. silver salts and mustard  pot; Mrs. Winter, tray cloth; Mr... and  MlsaoH I.ash, bonbon dishes; Mr. and  Mrs. Russell, hiiIvmI bowl; MisB Hnteh-  Inson, biscuit box; Miss H. Gouhorough  candle sticks; Mr. and MrH. Stiell,  electric iron; Mr. and Mrs. Soames,  cut glass fern bowl; Misses Thompson,  pendant; Miss G. Gosling, bridge set  The Misses Boyd, Irish lacs collar; Mr\  and Mrs. K. It. Gnrruthcrs, china tea  Bervicd; Miss Pitt. Patrick, tray cloth;  Mr. and Mrs. Barnoby. pendant); Mr.  and Mrs. Ford, plant howl; Mr. and  Mrs. MoCtlJloiigh, brass tray; G. II.  Taylor, tea tray and B8.ln.tl. Mr. and  Mis. Butler, silver Rail cellars; .lfr.  nnd Mrs. Dart, bon-bon dishes; Pr.  and Mrs. Kjellar, caserole; Mr. and  Mrs. Weddfill. caserole; K. ami Miss  Weddell, tea sot; Dr. and Mrs. ���'hep-  herd, jug; Mr. M. P. Williams, N.Ivor  toast rack; Mr. and Mrs. Crawford,  pudding dish; I.. Smith, cut glass  bowl; Mr. and Mrs. Tunhridge, revolving breakfast d'ish; Miss Dickson, cut  glass bowl; R. K. Mel lean and Miss  Mel.ean, shell dishes; F. A. Taylor,  cruet stand. Mr. and Mrs. Wade, uu*  hion; Dr. und Mrs. Boyce, brass bowl;  Mr. and Mis. fl. A. Fisher, pudding  dish; I.. II. Garnett, silver tea spoons',  Mr. and Mrs. Corby, silver tea spoons,  Mr. and Mib. LyBons, silver tea strainer; Mr. a rtl Mrs. Burdekin, brass ink  si and; Mrs. Fraser, water color; Mr.  and Mrs. Bond, brasB book rack; Anthony Temple, carved oak took case;  Mr. and Mra. Barlee, flower vase; H.  U. Crease, cheque; Capt. and Mra  Brush, silver bob-bon dish; Mr��. Stirling, tea cloth; Mr. and Mrs. T. W.  Stirling, dessert plates^ Mr. and Mrs.  Alan Crichton, jugs; G. Scharffe, table  centre; Miss Gockrell, picture; The Hon  and Mrs. R. Flower, fur robe; Mrs.  Walker, tea cosy; The Rev. T. and  Mrs. Greene, butter dish; Miss Broad-  hurst, butter dish; Mrs. Fisher, cr'i-  knife; Mr. and Mrs. Willis, cake plate,  Mr. and Mrs. Mallam, thermos flask;  Mr. and Mrs. Knowles, tea plat.;..  Mr. and Miss Collett, carpet; N.C.O.s  and men "D" squadron, 30th Regt, B.  G. Horse, barograph^ Mr. and Mrt..  Mitchell, table silver; Mr. and Mrs.  Hewetson, silver egg stand; Miss K.  Bntchelor, table cloth; ('ol. McDonnell,  stiver dish; Mr. and Mrs. Hobson, picture; Mr. and Mrs. Hawkey, silver  salt cellars; Capt. and Mrs. Wood-  mass, silver muffin dish; Rev. C. II.  Meyrick,  colTee  percolator;   Mjv.   Legge  WilliB, enamel belt buckle.  EXTENSION OF TIME  The time for receiving tenders for  completion of the Jetty at Steveston  at mouth of Fraser River, New Westminster, B. 0,, is hereby extended to  Wednesday, July 2, 1913.  Ry Order,  R. C. Desrochers,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa  ���lune 9, 1013.  The Wise Housewife  will have her blankets wash*  ed at the Kelowna Steam  Laundry before putting them  nvvflv. Thnae who have  already   tried   s��y oiii* work  Is Just Lovely  'Phone 159  f  T  Hot Weather News  Men's Hot Weather Furnishings  Thin.Shirts, thin Underwear, wash Neckwear, Fancy wash Vests, invisible Suspenders, Silk Sex  Most complete assortment in Kelcwna  Do you need a swell White Serge Trouser ?  We have a beautiful range ul $5 50, nlan Flannels i.t $4, 8t Fine While Ducks, $1.50  We have been successful in procuring llie  Embekay Buck Shoes for Tennis  with rubber soles and low heels.    Oxfords and Balmorals at $3.50 end  $4;    also  in   walking weights,   with   leather  soles,  at   $4  and  $4.50  These Jo certainly surpass canvas  Men's Auto Dusters  You will need one of these coats for driving (luring the summer months.  They are correctly made and in popular comfortable styles.     Dust proof  and  easy fitting,    ln  Khahi,  Lustre and Army Drill.    Si7r8 36 to 50.  Price $1.75 to $4.50  Summer  Vacation  Requisites  Suit Cases just placed in  stock; a rare bunch of  these. Matting and cane  extra deep, just the thing  for ladies with bulky  summer apparel, $1.75 to  $5.50. Also all qualities  in real leather.canvas and  leather lined, at from  $2.75 to $15.  These are very special for holiday  trade  Do You go Bathing?  Well, you would if you had a swell bathing  suit such as wc arc offering. Real fine cashmere two-piece ; one-piece, with 12-inch skirt;  and for boys and youths at 65c. to $1.00. An  exceptionally good assortment.  Motor Caps, &c.  Why should you worry when motoring ?���  trying to keep your hat on. Get a Silk  HEAD-FIT cap at Lawson's in all the  new things, checks, stripes and plain  materials.  Wc have both  Ladies' and Gents'  THOMAS LAWSON, Limited  FOR THE  CHICKENS  Ground Bone   251b.sks.      .75  .    ���      ���      501b. ,,   $1.25  ,,:      ���    100 lb. ���   $2.50  Beef Scraps    501b.   ,,    2.50  1001b. ���    4.75  M ����  Clam Shell     1001b.   ,,    $3.00  Crystal Grit   1001b.   ,,    $3.00  1  Chick Food   1001b. ���   J .00  B1BBYs CREAM  EQUIVALENT  FOR THE CALVES  Per   50 1b. sack  ,,   100 lb.    ,,  $2.75  $5.25  The McKenzie Co., LdL  ( WANTED! )  2 Lenta per word, first insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  iniortion, minimum 25 ont*.  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE  Fir.   Apply Cather.   Phone BI      22tf  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holstein Bull, at Harriu'  Hawlteidale  Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Horae, buggy, and harneaa.    Price $175.  Apply P.O. box 12.  IStf  FOR RENT  10  acrea   improved land with water, at  Rutland.     Apply Robert Hughea, Box 82,  Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C,  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo-Canadian Fruit Landa Co,  Ltd., having completed conatruction work  have for tale a number of teama and single horaea of all grade*, at very reasonable  prices. Alao several sets of good work  harness.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  FOR SALE  Cheap, one   bay   pony mare,    May be  ridden or driven.   Apply Box |!>2.    2ltf  FOR SALE  Young Pigs ; registered Berkshire first-  class breeding slock ; also Eggs for hatching-Barred Rocks, Bul? Orpingtons, r,-c,  Rhode Island Reds, r.-c. Brown Leghorns,  Apply J. Bateman, Vernon Road. Kelowna. 22tf  FOR SALE  20 acres fine fruit and hay land, six  miles from Kelowna on Vernon road ; alio  7-roomed house and two fine building lots  on Wilaon avenue. All at very attractive  figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lakeview  Hotel. 23tf  FOR SALE ~  This is for a bargain-hunter. 20 acres,  all under cultivation. 700 two-year-old  trees, house, good water, Ace. Price $375  per acre. Will take lots or city property  as part payment for quick sale. For particulara write to Box D," Kelowna Record."  24lf  TENDERS WANTED  To put up 60 tona hay.   Could   arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling.   O.  A. Peaee, Creekeide, Kelowna. 25tf  WANTED  Apprentice for aewing. Apply Mra. Far.  rell, Ellia St. S. ._ 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball bearing  bicvele* wheels, and aingle aet driving harneaa in iSrat-claaa condition.   Engliah  sad-  dle and bridle. Apply P.O. Box 251.    25t(  WANTED  Cheap horae, auilable  for farm   work.  Addreaa Box I, Wilaon Landing.  FOR SALE  Good brooder, cheap.    C. H. Leathley,  Rutland. x  FOR SALE  Yearling barred rock hena. Good laying  atrain.  Apply C. H. Leathley, Rutland,   x  PASTURE  A limited number of horaes  or  cowi  taken at T. C. Kerr'a ranch.    Good feed  and water.   A. Lance, 28-0  FOR SALE  Driving horae, buggy and harneaa.   All  in perfect condition.   Box 448  a  WANTED ~  Furnished   Houae,   for  two   or  three  months.   Apply at Richmond's Store.  28.31  I  FOR SALE  Good team and set  of  double harness,  cheap.   Apply Richmond's Store.       28-1  FOR SALE  Driving outfit; bay mare, good fast driver, about 900 lbs, top buggv and harness,  ln first-class condition.   Apply at Record  Office or to C. M. Stanley, Glenmore.     0 ,  ROOMS TO LET  Furnished   bedrooms, close  in.   Apply  Geo. McCurdy, Eli Avenue. 29tf  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE  at Mission Ranch.   Apply R. S. Hall.  29tf  WANTED  A housekeeper for two men.    Must be  good plain cook.   P.O. Box 435, Kelowna.  29-1  SPRING PIGS FOR SALE  Apply M. Hereron, Kelowna, B.C.   29if  IN POUND  Bay mare, in foal, brand similar to inverted rowlock, right hind foot white,  white star on forehead, white atrip on  nose. If not claimed before July 2nd, will  be aold to defray expenses. Cal. Blackwood, Poundkeeper. 28-1  FOR SALE  Two Tcoml-liad mowing machines, one  nearly new, tha other has been used for  few yeara, but in first-class working order.  Will sell cheap.   Apply Casorso Bros.   30.5  FOR SALE  Few pairs Homing Pigeons,  ners.   Apply H. D. Riggs.  Prize win-  30.1  FOR SALE  General  purpose   horse, about II00 to  1200 lbs.   Apply W. H. H.  McDougal,  Glenmore, 30-1  FOR SALE  Cheap,   horae,   four   years  old.   Good  driver.   Box 473. 30  FOR SALE  Household furniture, immediately.   Box  473. 30  HOUSE TO LET  Seven rooms, all modern  conveniences.'  Richter street.   Box 473. 30  ~~ WANTED  Night Operator at telephone office.   No  experience  neceasary.     Hours 10 p.m. to  8 a.m.   Apply Manager. 30  FOR SALE  Tw o lakeside lota. Lake shore drive  extends full length of property. A snap  to a quick purchaser, $650 cash, $300  down, balance in quarterly payments.  Apply A. Evans, " Mission City News,"  Mission City, B.C.  ICE  Wholesale or retail delivered to any part  of the city  Bt the same old prices.  Apply to H. B. BURTCH  or 'phone 3304

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