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Array ���"-����������  **m  Mttfitb  VOL. V.   NO. 52.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  City Council Holds  Regular Session  LANE   BACK   OP    STORES TO BE  DRAINliD-TRAFFIO REGULATION   AMENDED  Police Raid Italian  Gaming Den  SEVEN MKN CAUGHT 11KDI.ANDKD  AND ARKKSTED  Tbe couuoil mot Friday morning at  the usual, mayor Jonea and Aldermen  Calder, Cowna, Sutherland, Taylor  and Thompson present.  Further correspondence was read  from Mr. H. A. Heggie, solicitor for  the C.N.K. Co., respecting the taxes  on the company's land in the oity.  Mayor Jones announced that the report had been received from the government analyst upon the samples of  water taken from the city's water system which had been submitted to him.  A sample taken from the pipes had  been pronounced of very fair quality,  and perfectly safe for drinking purposes. Another sample had been taken from one of the "blind ends,'' - of  the pipe system and this was not so  good. The committee was making every effort to have those ends connect-  ed up in suoh a way as to givo a free  circulation of water throughout the  system. In the meantime, however.  the oity'B water works foreman had  been given instructions to see that  these "blind ends" were opened up and  blown out at least once every week.  A further letter was received from  the secretary of the >Firo Brigado in  connection with the matter of offering  a prize to thn owners of the first two  automobiles arriving to help the bri-  fmle in case of fire. The letter suggested that $5 be the amount of the prizes.  This met with the council's approval  and the following resolution was passed: "That the first two automobiles  arriving at the fire hall after a fire  alarm, and conveying tho apparatus  to the place of fire receive the sum of  $5 each, cars to be run at the owner's  risk." .w   _Ur  A letter was read from the secretary  of the board of trade follows:  Gentlemen,  ��� We beg to make application for i$500  on account of the grant for publicity  purposes.   The amount is required for  the following items:  Advertising $300.  Commissioner's salary $200.        .  With regard to the suggested total  appropriation of $4000 it in possible  that only about half this amount will  really be asked for, as I have made  every effort, to keep down tho expenditure'hi view of the council's request  some little time ago. Including tha  above we wili have received $2000,  whioh, as already stated will possibly  be sufficient for our purposes this year.  Yours faithfully,  W. Benvor -Jonas.  Publicity Commissioner and Secretary Board of Trade.  A further letter from the board of  trade suggested the council take action  to further the efforts of the board in  obtaining publio lavatory accommodation on the O.P.B, wharf. It was  felt, however, that the counoil oould  hardly do this until connection with  the sewer was made possible.  A letter from Mr. J. A. Bigger for  an increase.of his salary as building  inspector, in view of the greatly increased activity, from $15 to $25 per  month, brought forth the suggestion  that a charge be made for the issuing  of building permits, thus providing a  revenue to cover the salary of the inspector. Tho suggestion, however, was  ' Thut gambling haB been systematically going on in tho Bunk House on  Main street over the barber Bhop  has for some time boon suspected by  the police, but owing to the careful  watch kept by the frequenters of the  place it hus been impossible to make  any convictions. Last Monday night  however, the chief and tho night constable mado a successful descont on the  place, and arrested seven mon, who  were caught in tho act.  Unobserved by "the man who had  been placed at the top of the back  stairway to give an alarm Chief  Sutherland managed to get in Monday  night. He first grabbed tho sentinel,  scared him into silence, and pushed him  outside. Then passing to the front of  tho building he entered a room where,  seated round a table on which were  cards and piles of money were seven  Italians, . railway laborers and. ihe  class which preys upon thorn, playing  poker. ('aught at the game they  could offer no excuse. Some others  we're in tho room b ut they slipped  away. Some forty dollars was gathered up'from the tabic  Tho seven were matched to the coop,  and brought up before the magistrate  Tuesday morning wore each fined $00  and,costs, enriching the oity coffers by  $164.5Q.  ADDITIONAL SPECIAL PRIZES FOR  pqul!1,^ ^now  Tho following aro some additional  special prizes lor the poultry show:  $2.50 cash for second best breeding  pen Barred Rooks, given by P. Burns  & Co.  32.50 for second best pen White Wy-  nndottte;, given by P. Burns & Co.  $2.50 for second best pen Rhode Island Reds, given���by P. Bums & Co.  $2.50 for second best pen Buff Orpingtons, given by P. Burns & Co.  $2.60 for Becond best pen White Leghorns, given by P. Burns & Co.  $2.50 for the best male in show, given by R. Duncan, Esq. Dreamland.  Entries will be received up to Nov.  30th. Early entries are requested to  avoid rush. A general meeting will be  held Thursday, Nov. 20th to settle  final details of show and elect delegates to B. C. Association.   O   RE-ORtiANIZAlTO.N OF SHAMROCK  HOCKEY CLUB  At a meeting held last night the  Shamrock Hookey Club was re-organized for the approaching season. Vr  rangementB are being made for rink  accommodations, full particulars of  whioh will be published next week.  The following officers .were elected to  look after the interests of tho Sham-  rooks this winter:  Hon. President, F. R. E. DeHart.  Presi&nt, A. McQuarrie.  Vice-President, ftobt. Sutherland.  Manager, W. O'Brien.  Trainer, Fred Feeney.  Sect.-Trent.., Gordon Scott.  Patrons, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.   ?)ai-  gleish, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Purdy.   O   Aid, It. A. Copeland returned this  week from a visit to the prairie.  The opening sqoiul of tho Baptist  Young Peoples' Society is ,o be hold  next Monday evening. A good program is being arranged and important  item will be the election of officers for  the ensuing season. A cordial invitation is extonded to all young people  to attend.  Messrs Dalgleish & Harding are  shortly moving their hardware' business, which will be placed under the  same roof with their new furniture  storo. The replacing of tho store front  with modern plate,glass was completed this week, and they have at present a handsome display of furniture  on show. A unique removal sale is  announced on another page.  Members of the Fanners' Institute-  are requested to make known to   the  jaeoretary thoir requirement., in lectures on tbo branches of Horticulture  and  Livestock.    The short, Courses for  ,1914 are now being prepared and the  wishes of the majority of morabors will  bo adhored to as far as possible. .Full  details of the lectures and dentoustra-  $ ��.tions will be published later. Returns                               1       ���     ,,.  , <-'*      MLjB  . ���' *4tiSsltim.   W^  It  ���il<MJ.,   Wm   ^sS^i  !  ^fte"tyg&^'~'7W *.'*-**.  "^���'^w*K  p/M   jj  \K^^mW?ML - fl  IfiS'jfcft  HI]  wM'wEsMr^  If   oifll  HI  jgR   ��� |j|*      ' ��� f.Kj  ;-d =��i 1 1   >���  Dyking Municipality May Be Formed To Deal  WM Mission Creek  BOARD OF TRADE DKCIDE TO CALL PUBLIC MEETING-PETITION TO  CONTINUE ROAD WORK THROUGH   WINTER-NEED  OP NEW POST OFFICE.  I'll,' monthly muting uf the   Board likely to suffer bom an overflow.   He  i if Trade on Thursday evening last was  | largely attended, and many important  1 majters came up for discussion. In  lhe absence of the president, Mr. A. W.  Bowaer, Mr. K. T. Elliott, vico-presi-  'dent, occupied the chair.  The principal discussion oentred'  round the dangeroue condition of Min-  sion Croek and the urgent necessity  I for permanent protective work.  | A letter was read from Mr, Hamilton Lang, enolosing co*-v of !':tterfrom  the I'ublio Works Engineer, Mr. J. E.  Griffith.    The latter stated that    the  thought the people of Kelowna wen  just as muoh interested as anyone else.  In the past work whioh had been done  on Mission Creek had been done largely to protect the oity of Kelowna with  tbe result that year after year the  creek had been removed further eoutb.  This he strongly contended was unfair as it meant safeguarding Kelowna -  at the expense of the landowner* near  er the creek. He remarked that if the  few people actually living on the bank*  of Mission Creek were to put up dollar for dollar with the government not  [existing conditions were precisely   the j^f "^ "!!!?. ""I*" ^"'"l,,0  same as they were in February 1911.  The proper course was to take action  provided in the Ditching, Dyking and  j Drainage Act, Chap. 18, of the statute  'of this year, which gavo those inter-  UNVEILING OF MEMORIAL   TO   FAMOU.S   BATTLE  This pioture shows Kaiser Wilholm at the dedication of the "Battle  of the Nations" momorial atLeipsig. The centenary of the great bat-  tlo whert the Hermans nntl other nations routed tho battalions ot Napoleon caused an outburst of patriotism untl national fooling tn the  Fatherland which oulminatod in the ceremonies at the immense stone pyramid-like "Denkmal," built by the contributions of hundreds of patriots  which dominated the fatuous Imttlofiold with lofty grandeur.  Rutland News  (From our own Correspondsirt.l  (Continued on I'ago Eleven)  Mr. C. F. Haley, of Marley. IU.,  oame in on Sunday's, boat and ia visiting Mr. J. A. Bigger. Mr. Haloyhaa  large holdings near T.nngdon, Altn. He  speaks in the highest terms of this  province, and is muoh impressed ' with  fruit growing.in the Okanugan.  *  *  *  *  Mr. Dan .McDonald has removed to  his new house, which he has been  building this summer on his north end  property.  Tho faithful few who responded to  the request of the school trustees are  to be commended for the excellent  manner in which they have levelled the  grounds. The work being done this full  will allow the lot to be improved to  a greater extent next spring.  | The residents of Butland who did  not attond the recital at tho Motho-  dist church, given last Thursday by  Mrs. Driebelbis, missed one of the  moBt enjoyable entertainments ever  held in the district. The lady Is a  very talented elocutionist iund the program whioh consisted of It nutnbeft],  ���speaks wol'l for the versatility <>r this  clover artist, and all present Impel to  hear her when .she is visiting Rutland.  The musical part of the evening was  woll sustained by our local favorites.  Mr. and Mrs. 'Q. Whitaker sung  several songs in their usual pleasing  mannor and Mrs. S. Gray accompanied1  them on tho organ.  i Mr. An.stoy tho now inspector visited  the schools on Monday; a smaller distriot Iim-��� been made with headquarters  at Vernon ao that the inspectors visits will bo moro frequent than previous  ly.  'A mooting, of tho Rutland l.itornry  Sooiety has boon arranged for Monday  eq,    at 'qi,r, aequsAOJJ''|xou .Iuiiisas  Methodist church al 8 p.m. It Is  hoped that air who are intorested will  make an effort to bo present. Tho uso  of tho church has beon kindly granted,  as being more comfortable and convenient than tho sohool houso, and it  is hoped lhat an early start may be  mado wilh the winters' session.  MANUAL TRAINING TO BE INTRODUCED INTO THE KELOWNA SCHOOLS  'estod power to compel all property  ownerB effected to join in the undertaking. Mr. Griffith added that unless  some genuine effort was mado by own-  'ers to protect thoir own valuable holdings by permanent work, it was doubtful whether the Government would  make any fnrthor expenditure in tem-  j porary work as has been tho custom.  jit  simply  meant so much  money be-  ^ng thrown away year after year without any permanent results.. After  taking action  in accordance with tho  At a speriol meeting on Thursdny  nvening Inst the Board of School Trusters had a consultation with Mr. Dun-  nell1, inspector of manual training in  sohools for. the province.  Mr. Dunnell explained to the Board  that ho was endeavoring to make arrangements with the trustees at Summerland whereby Summerland nnd Kelowna might unite in securing the services of a manual training teacher.  He Haid that the cost of necessary outfit would be about 81200, of which  amount tho government would pay  three-fourths, and ho estimated that  the total amount necessary to be raised by tho local board for the five  months from August to December, 1914  to be about 1650.  Summerlnnd would pay two-fifths of  the salary anil travelling oxponses of  the tooeher to the Kelownn board, who  would be responsible for the payment  of tho instructor. Tho government  grant would also be  laid to Kolowna.  A resolution was passed accepting  tihe proposal.   O   Mr. Grconstrnd, of the Okanagan  Loon Co., roturned this week from a  holiday trip to the const citic.  Mrs. T. Biilinnn. who is occupying  Dr. Gnddos' house for lhe winler, will  receive on the fourth Friday of each  month.  Tho annual meeting of tho A, k T.  Association will ho hold noxt Saturday week, Nov. 2IHh, at 2 o'clook, in  Raymer's small hall.  Act, he added, thoy woukl then be in  'a position to approach the government  on'lines which would no doubt receive  hearty support.  I Mr. I.ang stated he had received instructions from the Public WorkB Engineer to take up with parties interested the question of taking concerted action under tho Act ns suggested.  The Publicity Commissioner stated that Messrs. Canavan li Mitchell  had been engaged npon a survey, but  after two weeks had reported that a  satisfactory survey would take 8 or 4  w-eeks altogether, ana they had been  called off.    Mr.   Beaver Jones further  | said that he had. been in touch wi tn  Mr. Girdwood, tho Government Engineer at Vernon who had informed   him  ' that the reason thnt Canavan & Mit  (ohell had ceased work was bocausethoy"  I had asked for SIROO for the survey.  This was  the reason they had   been  [requested    to    cease.. Mr.    Girdwood  I also stated that he had sent   in   his |TO��fam-Iy Proposed that Mayor   Jones  report, in   which he mentioned   that l'nd *""��� Hereron' Pool��y ��d Hell,  the approximate   cost of a proposed * "PP��'nl��i *   ��P��i��> eommitW  to  dvke would bo $52,000.   He had   not P'00"��� ��* 0B<*   '<��� Victoria and lay  [yet heard from the Department, but as l"8 r��h, ***",   h��<��n  the D"'*rt-  inan,    asking   them   to take prompt  deal with the project. Even if S62,-  000 had to be expended in putting in  the dyke it would still be incumbent  to spend money year after year in  clearing out the bed of the creek as  timber was continually coming down  and this would cause damage if not .  removed. If the Department at Victoria would not look alter Mission  Creek it was up to the people to form  a municipality and be in a position to  borrow money to do it.  Mr. Joseph Casorso remarked that  something must be done immediately  as there was a piece of the crock below the new Speer cut which was absolutely filled up. THs year, over 70  per cent., of the water had over-flowed  above that point. He thought if the  government would grant a few thousand dollars at onoe it would tide them  over next year.      ''  Mr. D. W. Sutherland thought that  the solution of the whole matter-would  be to form a Dhrtriot Municipality.  The city could then oo-operate with  them and by going into the question  jointly, their united influence  would enable them to obtain greater  concessions from the government than  the Board rf Trade couW hope to get  alone. A large sum of money could  be raised by issuing debentures spread  over a term of years thus doing fcr  better work. At the present time only  patchwork was being done.     I      .  Mr. R. B. Kerr said that without  special legislation the. eity would not  be able to contribute money./or worfc  on a creek seven miles away, ila  thought, however, it would be quite  possible to get suoh special legislation  if the city wanted it.    Mr. Kerr   'ae-  * MEETING  TO DISCUSS  MIS-  * SION CRFEK  *   '  $ A meeting   is called    in Mls-  3(( sion   Creek    school   house   on  X Thursday afternoon, Nov. 27th  3K at 8 p.m., to discuss the advis-  ^ ability of forming a municipal-  3K Ity under tho Ditching, Dyking  )K and Drainage Aot, for tho pur-  ���trf pose ol undertaking permnnont  % protective   work    on     Mission  * Creek.  Tho Ladies' Hospital Aid hnd a most  successful Sewing Bee last Saturday  afternoon at Mrs. Cameron's, Guisaohan Ranch, when a great uinount of  work was accomplished. Another one  will be hold Wednesday next to finish  working up the linon just purchased by  the hospital.  WILL OPEN   R0LLUU SKATING RINK  Mr. A. A. Anderson, of Kamloops has teased tho new exhibition building and will open an  up-to-date roliVr skating rink,  'llio rink jb to bo first-class In  ovory particular. Mr. .1. A.  Bigger has the contract for  laying a fino maple floor, and  making  ot/her  improvements.  he was expecting to be in Viotoria in  a few days ho woukl take the matter  up personally.  A disciiBBion on tho advisability ol  falling in with the suggestion ol the  Publio Works Engineer, and forming a  dykmg municipality, then became general.  It was pointed out by Mr. Hereron  that not only the people on tho banks  of the crook Bhould be included In suoh  steps to prevent immediate damage,  and also to request the government to  pass legislation needed to enable a mil-1  fContrntjrd  on Paps 2.)  Mr. and Mrs. MiHkan arrived in the  city   Monday.    Mr. Milikan    is     in'  ohargo of   tho   Okanagan     Tetepnone  n municipality, but nil in tho district I Company's local branch lor the present  SCENES AS U. S. CRUISER PREPARES TO DEPART FOR MEXICO  Captain Moffett and thc U. S. So out Cruiser Chester whioh sailed from the League Island navy yard, Philadelphia, lor Vera Cruz, Mexico, to reinforce the tteet of American battleships already there. The Chester, it  is said, will be especially valuable in Mexican work because of the fact that she can go into shallow water,  whereas the groat battloships cannot go in close to shore. The Chester is one of the fastest vessels in tke  American navy. KEI,OWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 191.1  !   .*��   ��*  "    tSATBSSlOlf Ai, AMD    **  ���vsnnsss cards    *��  ���tt *#  ����##**#* ���* tt* ���� *�� ��# ��* ���� *���  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors.  Notaries Public,  Convaj/ancare, ate.  KfiLAWNA, a B.C.  I.. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,.  Notary Public.  ra&LOWNA, B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  I Itvetse* Bleek, Kelown.    -    'Phone 206  P.O. Bos. 509  C, Harvey, B.A., 3c, C.E.. D.L.S.. B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER ��nd   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna.    B. C.  Phen. 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MB. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  E^MssM Narel Cells,. ���' Mosis, ... I.,el>  Ceftedie). Mensheeles, En..,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the tests.. Tretset, BI..V. Kslewee.  Musis  .1  :uj  J.,crip,ior,   supptlssl.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  IRITiSH COLUMBIA LAND  1URVEYOR.  civil. ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  r..e. ��.��iu 're.se ss  Cornar Pcneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  aUo  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise!  STUDIO -Morrison.Thomp.on Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR k BUILDER  Plane and Specifications Prepared  and estimatei given for public Huild-  iirge.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. ��3  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Sinaina, Harmonij.Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (AsMciete of the Rov.1 Collef s ��f OilsnisU, Lond )  Gi.M lesson, in th. >bov�� subj.cls,  Qualified by examination.    Many  PIANOFORTE  tucctMtt*  al local  axaminationa  (Trinity  Collsgs, London)  15  ye-.iV successful teaching axpericner  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cr.<Juel. McGill Univ..,:��)  Residence :   GLENN AVENUE  Meen.ee  hist  be  left  .1  th*  oilier  of  Messrs. Rettenbuiy tt Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.H. (London)  teechee SOffKt  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Bex 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER. SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��, Willit'e Block   ���   Kelotona, B.C  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances fer concrete  construction of eeery kind, and am  devoting all my attention te this work,  ia which I have had many year.  experience.  VI Kin 11 of ementWork,  Concrete Building!,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contract*  H. WITTER"  OFFICE i RESIDENCE i  Clearest * Rtlfs' oiee, Woolselev Av.  ���real k Kins' J-_  RaMter Bleek  ,.;f*wniw  Rlehter Street  wmw i  KELOJafNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  il.10   asr rear;   lie., six   months     United  l.Vu 10 esate eddiUcBal.  Ill ssassrtptluss psveM. ia adverse.  alubscrlberS at Us r.uuUr rets cat, LuVC  ulr. peBer, allied tu h-ieuds et s di.luni,  .1 HaLFRATB. i.s.. 78 cents Dsr veer.  This SBeelel wlvrleite le .rented lor th��  purpose at edvertlstDf ths sltv end amriel,  Advertising Battel  LUiMJK H0T1CE8.  PR0KESSIONA1.  CAKOK.  ETC 84 eeute per column inch per w��eh.  LAND AND TIMBER N0T1CES-S0 devs. 15:  SO ,B.��S   ar.  WATM 1<OT1CSsJ-I�� lor live lueerliuue.  I.BUAL ABVsOmSlNO-Firet    ineertiop.    Ij!  esM, >-��� las-, sees eubseuu.et insertion.  S  LI^AMirlWftBVWTIIBllMTB-J seal. M  srecd sket ixeerUea. 1 teat per word ,ei  eebeseoent Ssstilea. .   ��� -     i,���,i...  DIRrLAT    ADTBBTI8MirMS-r��o    "'.  Md^-eler. 10 eeete per lee. first IWSrUfm  iiL traolaekee 40 e��.U per task first i��-  ^oT��)^ea.e Mr toe-   e.ek .uhtltf-ent  iesecMev.  All sheeees ta eoatreet edvrrlieeni'nte erull  h. , Ike u3e oi ��he priatM by Toesder  SSwJU    te^ssore  pnblieetloe ia ths    eeit  To tho people ol thc Kelowna district Mission Creek occupies the curious position oMwinK nt onoo tao  ���nurre nl untold benefit In the We-  jri.ing water which it brinirs to tho  thirsty    land, nnd    bIbo the greatest  sniice which alway�� faints ��, Bprlng  floods due to the dangerous nature  of its blinks, which lor ubout two or  three miles from the month ot tho  ..ream are too low nnd insecure lo  carry the rush of waler which comes  down when thc snow mulls in tho hills.  As far back ns the memory of tho  oldest old-timer enn go the creek hns  taken its annual toll from tho owners  of the "bottom lniuls," the extent ol  devastation varrying with tho  amount of snow in tho hills, and the  uddenness or otherwise of spring's iir-  r'val.i For some years past the gov-  lnment, in response to the most urgent appeuls, hns been spending an-  n.ally two or three thousand dollars  n clearing out fallen logs nnd rubbish  and in patching up bad places. In  pitc of this annual expenditure, however, the creek is more threatening to  day than it was twenty years ago, and  it seems merely a wuste of money to  continue lho feeble patchwork which  has no permanent effect ���  This at least is thc decision to wliich  the government engineers havo come,  and the department has given out as  their final decision, in reply to repeated resolutions and petitions from  thc Board of Trade, that while they  are willing tu oo-opcraTo with the people themselves in n bigttor scheme of  permanent protective wink, thoy will  not continue, as they pill it, to waste  money in merely ,lontpornry relief.  The seriousness of the situation at  the present moment lies in Hie loot  that, due largely to an attempt this  Vear to straighten thn creek the mouth  is now practically stopped up with  gravel and sand and unless the obstruction is cut away, and tho usual  cleaning out of logs, done, the melting of even a moderately heavy tall  of snow nest spring is pretty certain  <o cause Ihe creek to burst ils bounds  when il would in all BWIhood plow  its way through Ihe cily ns it' did  eome years ago. Then thc damngc  was chiefly to vacant pasture and  meadow liiml, bill today it would lie  hard to estimate thc amount of valuable properly which would suffer. Nothing bul a government grant enn  avert this pr��iv it danger-  As to the raising ol a larger sum  for permanent work il si-cms as though  the only solution is that which lias  been provided this year by thc now  Ditching, Dyking and Drainage Act.  Under this act s "dyking municipality," can be formod of all parties whose lands arc in any way affected, which would have power to  raise money on long term debentures  in the same way as a city municipality  raises money for public iiiiprovcmiflitfl.  The government has promised to contribute an,amount equal to that raised by such a "dyking municipality."  Thc mode of procedure as laid down  in the Act is simple enough, as such  a municipality has >no powers or authority outside of the one purpose for  which it is formed. Three Commissioners appointed by the petitioners take  the place of recvo and council, and are  responsible for the undertaking and  the levying of taxes on the land' to  repay the loan and pay other expenses.  These taxes where the area affected is  lnrgo may he trifling, and would no  doubt be cheerfully paid by everyone  who has anything to fear trom the  threatening flood.  The whole question is to be thoroughly gone into at a pubNfc meet ing  next Thursday at Bonvoulin, and an  endeavor made to get this voxel! i|ues-  tion placed upon a definite basis.  Meeting of Board of Trade  (Continued from Pago One.)  nicipnlity to be formed for the purpose  of permanently dealing with tho matter in thc future.  Mr. Pooley said it was evident that  the government would not proceed further unless it Dyking Municipality was  loimcd to assist them. Ho thought as  tho city was largely interested they  should take the initiative in forming  such a municipality.  Mayor -loiii's iciimi'Uod that any  delegation going '",wn to Viotoria  must have a definite scheme to lay  before Ih' government. Bsloro tho city  could Inko any nclion it would have  lo be submitted to the people and ho  was not Biiro if they would lie willing  at Ihe present time lo take on any  further burden. The engineer who hail  gone over the ground had been strongly opposed to any further grant to bo  spent on Mission Creek as money was  being spent year alter year and nothing accomplished. He had insisted  that the only way t" handle the problem was under the Dyking Act and  he had urged (he formation of a Dyking Municipality. The government  were willing to co-operate with such  u scheme, but would not spend money  year after year if the people themselves  w-ould do nothing, 'I'he mayor remarked that unless a delegation could  go down and say that a municipality  was being formed tltpy would not do  any good. They would have lo show  that there was some intereat being  takon here.  Mr. Joseph Casorso again laid em-  phasis upon the necessity ol dpliu.  something nt once to prevent damage  noxt year. Ho said lhal at one point  the bed of the creek was fully U leal  higher than the banks. There was no  room for the water to pass, and unless prompt action wus taken it would  wash over the sides again nnd do  more damage to the roads than the  whole cost of the work, to say nothing  about   the damage to landowners.  Mr. D. W. Sutherland made thc suggestion that as there were a number  of country people interested present  nt the meeting it might well to take  their opinion as to the formation of a  District   Municipality-  Mr. Thos. Diilman said that the pco  ph- in the Kl'Kson district were certainly averse lo tho idea of a district  municipality,  A resolution was eventually passed  ns lollnws:  "This meeting is in favor ol special  legislation being enacted whereby a  dyking .municipality be constituted embracing the area likely to be affected  by Hooding of Mission Crock, and that  a petition be circulated throughout  this district Ripportlnc. this resolution  of the Jxelownn Hoard nf Trade which  shall lie immediately forwarded to our  representative in British Columbia"  The previous resolution was thereupon withdrawn.  A suggestion was also made that a  public moating be hold in thn Mission  Creek school house al 3 p.m.. on  Thursday, '27th Inst., of all those interested when the whole matter could  be discussed, and that a delegation  from tho Board of Trade, thoroughly  conversant wilh thu situation, should  be present to lay thc mutter before the  meeting. This wns agreed (o unanimously.  Ask That Road Work Continue  Through Winter  Mr. Hamilton I.ang forwarded ior  the use of thi' hoard of Trade a copy  of the road map for the Kelownn section, lie also wrote suggesting that  repfosonlativefl Irom onoh district on  thr' road committee submit u report  for his guidance in propnring tlie road  cslinlalrB for next   year.  Mr. Pooley announced lhal Mr. I.ang  I had informed him thnt be had neon  llnsiiecessfrd in getting tlie government  auditor to allow road work to be done  during the coming winter for which  'payment lo the men engaged would  I bo left ovor to he taken from- next  year's appropriation. He suggested  | that a petition from the Board of  iTrade should be forwarded lo the Hon.  ThoH. Taylor, Minister ol Public Works  'and a copy sent to (lie Hon. Price El-  rlison dealing wilh the matter.  I I'he following petition, which Mr.  Pooley had prepared, was endorsed by  the Board]  Kelowna, P��.  C,  Nov. 18, 1913,  To The Honourable Thos. Taylor,  Minister of Public Works,  Oove: anient of British Colum'na  We, the Hoard ol Trado of Kelowna,  representing the City of Kelowne and  I surrounding histricts, do earnestly petition you to give such instructions  , and make suoh arrangements as shall  .be proper to onnble your departmont  tto proceed in the proper maintenance  of the alrcndy existing roads, and   to  effect the construction or ro-conBtruc-  tion of curtain ronds which your superintendent in this district hus already  confirmed ns being necessary and imperative to the wollare of tho district.  Wc would particularly bring to your  notice the fact that owing to thc shutting down, of work, due Jo tho expen-  (  : : *  Waltham & Elgin Watches  BUY A GOOD WATCH  Ant! Buy il from a Jeweler -  Hamlet said : " What a piece of wotk is man I" Some years later when Emerson described  the best  kind of a man he said of him:   " He is put together like a Waltham Watch."  We want to sell you an Elgin or a Waltham Watch  because we know that they will keep time.   We  guarantee  every watch that  we sell, and the factory back us up���a double guarantee  Waltham Watches from $7.50 to $90.00  Elgin ��� ���      7.50 ���    95.00  Swiss ���   '      ���      4.50 ���    35.00  NOTE���We pack and mail any Xmas Gifts for the Old Country free of charge  W. M. PARKER & CO.  CROWLEY BLOCK 'Phone 270  JEWELERS  KELOWNA, B.C.  dltura ol this year's grunt/ much  avoidable hardship is caused, and direct loss occasioned to your petitioners.  Wo would particularly citi1 the caa*.  of tho grade running from the bridge  over Mission Creek by the K. T��� 0.,  Ranch to the big benchea above. An  enormous amount of tcnttie traverses  this road, and it is practically impossible to go over it from the need of a  firm surface to take the place of that  which has already bcim worn awgB.  Thia is only u particular case, am! the  roads of thia district leave much to bo  desired in their present  condition.  We feel alao that there is imperative  need of the conatruction of a short  piece of road between the aWdy existing bridge over Mission Creek, connecting Rutland and Bast Kelowna.  The construction of this piece of road  would relieve the (iulch road of a  large amount vf its present  tru(T.o.  We would also strongly urge upon  you the dangerous state of the Vernon  road through Kllison. We are aware  that there ia no balance from the pro-  sent year's grant for road making, but  we would urge upon you the necessity  of Ihis caae. and also the fact that  during the winter such work  Can bo economically done thereby securing rtatiafactory work at tho  least cost to your department. This  procedure m not without precedent  since heretofore we have ronton to  believe large ..mouivtH of the work havo  been done through the winter season,  thereby securing the services of many  teams and men who wnuld otherwise  be idle.  We would further roque-it you to empower your auperintendent, Mr. Hamilton I.ang, C.E.i with power to treat-  and inako arrangements with audi por*  pons as he d.>emB fit, that thin work  muy be proceeded with immediately,  and all aooountp payable thereon be  satisfied with notes payable by tho  government at the beginning of tbo  next financial year.  Trusting this will meet with your  approval   and consent.  Your petitioners will alwayi pray, etc  (Sgd.) Kelowna Board of Trade.  A letter was read from the secretary  nf the Associated Hoard* of Trade of  the Okanagan proposing to change th-��  date of their annual meeting Irom dan-  uary to December 17th in order that  resolut ions passed there might be In  ample time to lie considered at the  Opening of tlie legislature. V resolution was passed in favor of this.  Correspondence with the council regarding tho new traffic regulations  was read by tho secretary, Mr. Hereron sevifrely criticised the restricting  of country people to IR minutes in  which they eould leave their team on  the main atreet,  Tho secretary pointed nut that this  waa not the original idea of the Board  of Trade in their resolution passed at  a previous meeting which merely dealt  with tbo obstruction caused by automobiles being left atanding in front of  public buildings, such aa the Opera  House.  A reply to the Hoard's communication respecting the provision of lava-  lory accommodation on thc C. P. ft.  wharf was read from the Council who  declared themaolvcs unable to support  the request until connection was mads  with the sower.  A letter was nlso read from ths  Manufacturers' Association of British  Columbia on tho subject of patronizing  British Columbia products, and requesting information which the secretary was instructed to provide,  t  21  20  19  Meal Ticket  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns & Smith, Props.  LAWRENCE AVE., oppoiite Methodiit Ch.  9  10  11  18       17  16  15      14      13      12  I The Vancouver Board of Trade forwarded a resolution regarding the advancement of standard t'm*:', one hour  between April and October.  The resolution waa endorsed.  On behalf of the special committee  on telephone mattera, Mr. DuMoulin  reported that a representative of the  company had interviewed the   buainess  jmon of the city and promised certain  improvements, particularly in the rnat-  |ter of delay in answering calls. lis  had also promiaed attention to the  Sunday service.    Several  members ex-  ! pressed the opinion that tho service  had improved considerably during the  last  week or two.  Messrs. DuMoulin and Pooley werp  appointed delegates to the annual meet  Ing of the Associated Hoards of Trade,  with vice-president Elliott, if the provident, Mr. A. W. Bowser was not abVe  to attend.  Hallway Matters and Need of New  Post Office  The secretary stated that Mr. ��T. J;  Warren, the president of ths Kettls  Valley Kailway was here last week,  and had suggested that the time wai  opportune for the Board of Trade so  make triplication for a spur lino into  Kolowna. This brought up a discussion on railway muttoi'R which rosutt  ed in a resolution that the secretary  endeavor to ascertain when the C.N.lt.  would be ready to construct their line  to Kelowna.  The urgsnt nti-d of a new post office  was also discussed. It was stated that,  a rooucBt had gone in from the Con,  scrvativo Association for the immediate construction of a new huildlng and  ��� the following resolution was passed In  support?  I "That whereas the postal facilities In  Kelowna are grossly inudoi|uatc and  getting worse from day to day that  this board endorse the remiest of thn  Conservative Association of Kelowna  that a large and commodious government building oe built in Kelowna  without  delay."  Oood Publicity  Before adjourning the Publicity Commissioner addressed the mooting,  "Some people" ho said, "have, I understand, been asking what 1 have been  doing during tho six months 1 have  boon with you in advertising Kelowna.''  Mr. Beaver .Tones hero held up a  sheflt giving tho nrdinarv advertlain/  rates of ono of the moat influential  Loudon (Eng.) journals  "Yoy havo hero the advertiaing rates  of this nowapapor," ho aaid (naming  tbe publication.. Their rato for a luW  page article, as yot will notion is  $225. Turning to hia clipping book, he  displayed a two-page illustrated1 artJblo  that bad appeared in this publication.  "That," he said "represented the nom  inal value of SM5U.   But how much did  Kolowna pay for it? Not one centi"  Picking ,up another loading London  (Bog.) publication, which by the way  had only arrived the provious day, he  showed a full page illustrated article  also over .-his signature. "Here is another article," he said "whioh iu the  ordinary way would have coat a considerable sum indeed, but what did  Kelowna pay for this? Not one fraction."  Those he remarked were only a couple in instance���among a very lnrge  number���of hia operations in the old  Country, and in evidence of this he  liapluyed a letter from a Scottish lady  who had been, during her travato in  Canada, attracted to Kelowna simply  m account of some of Mr. Beaver  Jones' articles in Scottish uewepn.wrs.  "I have adopted a well-thought out  scheme for advertising Kolowna," ho  aaid. "Where is it that one might  reasonably expect to look for 'the bulk  of investors, and tho class of settlers  that we want in Kelowna? Perhaps  you will agree with me that it is  principally in the Old Country, and it  is there that I have been centralizing  my efforts. I thoroughly appreciate  the necessity at the same time of publicity on this side, and here (holding  up a full .page shoot of one of the  most important "DailieB" in Canada,  is ono article alone which could not  have been inserted in the ordinary  way under $200, but it did not oost  the oity ono cent."  Turning over his clipping book again  he showed columns of news items he  had distributed all over the country  and which had appeared in tho leading  papers in Canada. Before taking his '  seat Mr. Beaver Jones stated he would .  be very pleased to answer any questions on tho matter of publicity.  Mayor tToQM remarked that It was  very satisfactory to konw that all  this work was being done. They all '  know how very difficult it had been  during the past year to get scttl"rn to  come in owing to the financial stringency and general depression. He hoped  tho Publicity Commissioner would continue the good work he wns doing.      I  Mr.  Coates aaid  ho was gVad     the  Publicity (   Commissioner had brought  the matter before tho meeting.    What  he had stated was the kind of information that some would havo     boon (  glad to,have had before, but that was  not the fnult of  thc Publicity     Commissioner.    The principal trouble with  aome   had evidently been    lhat ���   thoy  wen. not   nwn.ro what good work   the i  Publicity Commissioner was doing.  ' Mr.  8. T.  Elliott remarVed that he  had  certainly  learned  something th'at<  ovoning ho had not known before. No-  doubt it waa his own fault and     he-  could have obtained    the information |  had ho enquired.  Tho meeting then adjourned. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  Money Stringency  mssmmsssssammmmmmmsmm       mmsammmmmsKBsmuMmmmmmmamm  Has It's Compensating Features  When scarce the Purchasing Power of Money becomes  Greater. We are buying cheaper than ever before. So  can You, because we are selling cheaper than ever  before. We buy when the Manufacturer needs money  most, and are at present giving you  A Double Cut  Our Cut and the Manufacturer's Cut  Note that these prices are on the best line of goods made in Canada  CUT PRICE  Brass beds, 2-inch post, any size $15.00  Continuous post brass beds, any size   18.00  Selected qr. oak Buffet  27.50  ��� ���     Pedestal extension Table     25.00  ��� ���    Set of. Diners in No. I leather  22.50  Pulman Davenport, in solid oak and No. I leather seat  and back, with spring and mattress complete  50.00  Genuine leather   ouches, oak frames  24.00  Leather    hairs, spring seat, back and arms hair filling,  deep seat, solid comfort...  35.00  Felt Mattress, be3t art ticking, roll edge     7.50  While we have Cut Deeper into the Higher Grades, still we  have made very substantial reductions in all staple lines :  CUT PRICE   Rc-G. PRICE  Ironbsds, brass trimmed, 3 coats best enamel $ 3.00 $ 4.25  Bid, Spring and combination  felt  Mattress,  all for      9.15  13.00  Kitchen   hairs '.. .65 75  Elm Diners 85  1.25  ���       ���   brace arms       1.00  1.50  Child's High  hairs       1.00  1.50  Nur��e Rockers       1.35  2.00  Arm Rockers      2.00  2.50  Morris chairs       6.50  8.50  Kitchen Tables, 4-ft., with drawer        2.80  3.60  Camp Beds      2.50  3.15  ���    mattress, felt      2.50  3.00  Hardwood  Kitchen cabinets, complete with  top cupboard     18.00  25.00  ToiletSets  '    2.00    2.50  There is a Christmas Present for You in every article  you buy from now to January 1 st.  Get our prices on Cut Glass and Dinner Ware  All Tal'-.ing Machines have been recently improved. The Improved Columbia product is a  marvel.    We handle it.  Columbian Records always in stock.  This is the time to frame your pictures. Our  framer learned the trade in London, England  and framed pictures two years in Toronto for the  best picture houses in Canada, and can give  expert advice on the subject.  We can give you the advantage of a Large Stock, Low Prices, High Quality in  every and all of our many lines.  Kelowna Furniture  )  Company  Retail Department, Pendozi Street.        Wholesale warehouse, Lawrence Avenue  Parcel Post by January 1  Post Office Department Trying to Complete Preparations this Year  The efforts ol the post office department ure still being directed towards  the establishment of the parcels post  system on January I, though the date  is not absolutely certain. I  The schedule of rates has been drawn  up tentatively, but will require the  approval of the pOBt-master general.  A great deal of detail is necessary in  connection with the regulations governing the system.  IRRIGATION SYSTEMS IN INDIA  It is well known that the system  of irrigation in India, especially in  Northern India, is one oi the most  ambitiouB undertakings in the world.  Speaking at the engineering conference at Simla recently, the Hon. R.P.  Russell gave some interesting (aots  and figures relating to the work  whioh had been done in this direction  during the last 30 years.  Thirty yearn ago 76 irrigation projects were in operation under the public works department in India, on  which the total capital outlay was  about ��13,000,000 and the net revenue  derived from them was nearly ��670,-  000. Twenty years later the number  of irrigation projects had increased to  124, and the capital outlay to about  ��28,000,000, while the net revenue per  annum had risen to nearly ��1,800,000  sterling.  At the present time there are in operation 188 irrigation systems under  the P. W. D., having a capital value of  nearly ��36,000,000, and bringing in a  neat revenue of rabout ��2,700,000 sterling. Ten years ago there were, in operation more than 43,000 miles of  canals and distributaries. During the  last 10 years ,10,000 miles have been  added to that total.  Thirty years ago the area served  by irrigation systems of all kinds  amounted to about 11,000,000 acres.  Twenty years later this had been increased to about 19,000,000 acres and  the present area under irrigation is  about 23,000,000 acres. When the  works now under construction are  comploted it is confidently expected  that tho irrigoted area will amount  to fully 27,000,000 acres. The total  area which under this system is practically immune from famine is considerably over 100.000 square miles, or  an area almost equal to that of thn  British Isles. ,  HASTENING PLANT GROWTH  Two more methods, of increasing the  plant growth by artificial means which  have rcoently given promising results  are dependent, in the one case, on the  light from mercury vapor lamps, and  in the other on thc use of radio-active  matter incorporated with the soil, says  the "Times", London Eng.  Interesting experiment* which havo  been recently carried out with mercury  vapor lamps Bhowed lhat in certain  cases Beed germinated several woeks  earlier with the aid of hhe light than  when grown in the natnral way. The  time of germination, under the influence of the ultra-violet rays from the  lamp was eleven days ior the case of  carrots against 26 days when grown  naturally, whilo maize germinated in  eight days instead of 5T with the aid  of the mercury vapor- light. Wheat,  barley and various other seeds were  tested, and in ull cases a hastening of  germination resulted. StrawberrieB cultivated in tho iillrii.-vinrVt light gave  nn increased crop of 28 percent, while  rosos, enrnntions, ,,nd garaniuniB show  wi increased foliago and flowers of  good sine and colcsr.  A very minute "quantity of radioactive material mixed with tho soil  haa been found to give remarkable results, but thoy appew to be rather  more selective thnn in the ease with  mercury vapor light. Mr. T. Thorne  Baker, who has been carrying out systematic oxporimente during Ihe test  of oorroot ventilation us whether or  not tho interior of the bouse is sufficiently dry in all kinds of weather  and tho floor perfectly dry throughout  tho entire year. Hundreds of reaBons  ore offered for colds and roup in  flookn. Usually almoat every reason  is suggested but the right ,one. Fowls  will live In farm biiifldlngB, roosting  on the roof beams ot a wagon shed,  the handles of plovrs nnd tho tail  boards of wagons, if ifrivon from thesjo  plncee they will tekot to trees, living  prospering and suffe ring nothing from  colds. Force thc��o s��mc fowls to roost  in damp, poorly ventilated coops and  nearly all of them will become infeet-  od with roup.  The open front house, with opon  spaces enough to guarantee good circulation and hoaKhml ventilation prevents this. By healthful ventilation  meant venlMatlon that will keep  the Interior of tte house dry, the floor  free from dampness, and the atmosphere froo from   odors.  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The moat modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and thc best  the market affords  A Musical Evening is Entertained Ivery SatWelajr  For weekly rites apply to  H. VINCE  Manager  **r**tr^^*Jm/f**l*1^**tm\$*W*24'**.P^fm*f*e**s0e.^ t*tr*\ ���%  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  (Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.)  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop:  Coates. Edward. & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C  FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED  HOUSES TO RENT  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cos's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    -    Proprietor  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE  -   IfM  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelov  ac.  J i&RIaOWNA RECORD  etiMMee.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  DON'T FORGET  to    arrange   in  time (or thc  PHOTOGRAPH  you intend sending to the  OLD COUNTRY  for  CHRISTMAS  GRAY'S  STUDIO  il open (or silling*  EVERY DAY  From 10 te 3.  RswchKs Hack, hu Poit Office  Second Hand  Harness  If jrou  htTe any to tell or if you  want to bur, ifc  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  for the cold weather  If yeu went your harness properly ��,J quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson ie  yoar man.    He specialises in  Harness Repairing  and puts hand sewing into ell work  ilea*.  Firat itsrs bejssd Bask of Mtn-  trssl, WATER ST., KELOWNA  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.       P.O. Bo- 541  Gaddes-McTavish  UpM  FOR RENT  I small new home at $15   per   month.  Also 2 Uffe new houses with all modern cenvei.ioii-.ti-  l*ke>ne> 217      -      Leckie Block  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  hTTysons  Kalowna.  Greenhouae.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Pkatograpkar  Largest Studies ia the latartar  Pertreite by eppelatment  Psaasai Strsst,   ���   Ksiawaa  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  Successor to II. I tarrocks  Water Street, near Opera House  P.O. Box 671  Phone 65  We Buy EverythinH Used in the House  Call and inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  &C.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Easy Terms, $3 per  month.  Liberal Discount for Cash.  Paris (or all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  SPECIAL:  A large assortment of Silesia China.  1 Show Case,   ���   2 Washing  Machine*  2 Stock Saddles.  2 Tents With Frames  Field Glasses and Stoves of Every  description. .  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Houaes on Wilson   Avenue.  Containing three Bedrooms, Dining and  Living rooms. Kitchen and Bath rooms.  Electric Light and City Water. Finished  in Mission, Ceilings Beamed. Plate rail, etc.  Also one containing two Bedrooms, Living  room. Kitchen and Bath room, Summer  Kitchen and Basement, electric light and  city water. Fir finishing througout.  Both have large lots.  For terms ot prices of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilson Ave,  or  P. O. Box 12, Kelowna.  SE-iLED TENDERS address**! to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for  Drill Hall, Viotoria, B.C.," will be received until 4.00 p.m., on Thursday,  December 11, 1913, for the construction  of a Drill Hall at Victoria, B.C.  I Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained on application to the office  of Wm. Henderson, resident architect,  Viotoria, B.C., and at this Department.  | Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not Iks considered unless  mado on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  ��f thc accupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm must  be given.  I Kach tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Publio  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  ���will be forfeited if th.- person tendering  decline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque will  bo returned.  The department does not bind itsself  to accept thc lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. 0,  BESROCni.RS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 11,  1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department     52-01  T\ THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT VERNON  In the Matter of the Estate of Pietis  Guiseppe, Deceased  And in the.Matter of the "Administration Act."  NOTICE  Owing to unavoidable circumitanen,  the proprietors of the White Restaurant have decided to discontinue business.  The Okanagan Loan k Investment  Company Ltd., has I��h*u asked to  handle all the accounts.  Any person having an aoeount  against us will please send in particu  l&rs to the Okanagan Loan & Investment Company Ltd., on or before the  30th, November. 1913.  AH accounts owing to us ahould be  paid to the same company who will  grant full discharge.  November 1st, 1913.  THE WHITE RESTAURANT  Dated the 13th day of November.  1913.  UPON reading tho affidavits of  Thomas Doswell and Arthur 0. Cochrane, sworn herein and filed and tho  Petition IT IS ORDERED that .Arthur  Ormiaton Cochrane, Official Administrator for the Okanagan Electoral District shall be Administrator of all and  singulnr the estate of Pietis Guiseppo,  deceased, and that notice of this order  be published in the Orchard City Record published at Kelownn, B.C.  JOHN D. SWANS0N  ! Judge, 0.0.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT VERNON  In Ihe Matter of the Estate of Pietis  fiuiseppe, Deceased and in the,Matter of the "Adminietration Act."  Whitehead & Co.  Office : Leon Ave. Phone 307  DEALERS IN  Wood, Coal & Coke  Pine,   Fir,   Cottonwood  and Slabs  In I or 2 rick lots at $2.75  per rick.  In Wagon load Iota al  $2.50  per rick.  All parsons having claims against  thc estate of the above named deceased are required to send the same with  all particulars t-hrrenf duly verified to  the undersigned on or before the 15th  tiny of December. 1918, nnd all persons indcht<>d to tbe said decensed are  required to pay the amount of such  indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.  Tinted this 15th day of November.  1913.  ARTHUR O. COCHRANE  Official     Adminislrn tor,     Oltnnngan  Electoral District, Vernon, TI.C.   52-01  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER fc CONTR ACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of -woodwor).  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residence*  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all Anted with bath rooms,  W.C, Ircul waler, etc.  P.O. Box 185  Clifton Boarding Hoise  GLENN AVENUE  Open December 1st, 1913  FIRST CUaiS B0AHD  WT.TX FURNISH TO ROOMS  KATES M0D.BKATE  Terms on Application  Iloi ��50. Kelown ��, B. 0.  R. C. BENN FIT, Prop.  Opening of Portion of  Kalamalka Drive  0u the afternoon of Wedneaday, the  12th inst., a vety interesting ceremony  took place on the newly completed  portion of the Kalamalka Drive between the 84 and 10$ mile posts.  About two o'clock the automobiles began to arrive, until nine wero all lined  up at the Kolowna end of the road,  the cars having come there on the new  section of the drive. After the arrival of Mr. and Mra. Hamilton Lung  and BflV. C.omyn Ghlng. the gathering  Rome 10 Indies and gentlemen, got out  and inspected the new drive, being  shown where the temporary road with  a grade of 8 p.c. connected tho old  with the new. and alao whore the  two mile right of way on a contour  line extended away along the mountain side���the an yet uncompleted portion of the Kalamalka drive. Returning to their cart? the party turned  round, nnd motored baok along the  new highway for about a mile, stopping again in a long thorough rock  cut, where a 4-foot embankment or  palisade has been built for a protection wall on the outside edge of tha  ond, there being an almost sheer drop  of nearly 200 feet at this point to tho  lake below. Here, standing on top of  the embankment, the party looked  away out over Kalamalka Take to thn  north, a splendid view being obtained  of. the fruit-growing section at tho  head of the lake and the snow-capped  jwnks in tbe distanct?, and, within  loser range all the charming little  bays and wooded promontories along  the shore line, which are ao impelling  an attraction of this "Lake Lucerne"  of British Columbia,  G. A. Henderson, manager of the  Rank of Montreal branches in the Okanagan Valley then addressed the  gathering in a few well chosen words  interspersed with no little humor. He  likened tho new road to the old Roman roads portiona of which are still  in use in the older lands. The Impression of the durability and permanency  left in thc mind after driving over tho  road bore elequent testimony to the  capacities of Mr. Hamilton I/\ng as  a practical Poad builder. The -'riking  now signs in red and white .���<, the  sharper turns, and the granite block  palisades at the more precipitous places showed that Mr. Lang had the sn-e-  ty ot the travelling public very  much at heart and was a feature  very much to his credit.  Addresses followed by the Rev. Com-  yn Ching, W. H. Smith, and Judge  SwanBOn. all expressing themselves as  delighted with tho new portion of the  Kalamalka drive, und voicing unstinted praise to Mr. Hamilton I.ang, under whose supervision the construction  of this scenic highway had been carried out.  Mr. Lang thon rose to roply. He  thanked them all for their tokens of  appreciation, and then called the attention of those present to the groat  nns'ist unee he had received from Mr.  J. 1\ Bunnyeat, C.B., in the engineering department, and from Mr. (!. M.  Watt in the practical construction and  details of the work, and concluded his  remarks by saying that it was o mark  of the Anglo-Saxon race t/hat they left  those things of the greatest permanency as a fitting memory of their race  and that he hoped the succeeding generations would always find these high-  ways of pleasantness and paths of  peace.  The ceremony of opening the new  road was then undertaken by Mr Hamilton Lang, who, broke a bottle of  wino upon the wall and declared the  new portion of the Kalnmalka Drive  well ami truly opened to the public.  Three hearty cheers woro given for Mr.  Lang add for Mr. Henderson, after  which roVontering tho cars, thr gathering returned to Vernon.  The now portion of tne Kalamalka  Drive is nearly two miles in length  nnd Ms built on a contour about 200  feet above Kalnmalka Lake, the heaviest gradient being only 3 p-e. It  follows closely thc line between the  upper side of the land suitable for  fruit-growing and the foot of tho stoop  land suitable only for range purposes,  thus working no hardship on the farmer and fruitgrower by cutting through  his property. The road hns an average width of 20 feet, and around the  sharper turns ia from 25 to 30 feot  in width thus ensuring a high degree  of safety. Heavy cut; and fills were  made to make curves as easy as possible, and there are reaultingly a number of banks on the outer edge of the  road, whioh also add considerably to  this measure of safety. Twelve-inch  concrete pipes have been laid under  the fille and in the botton of gulches  to ensure the carrying away of the  water in tho ease of spring freshets  and heavy . rains. There aro  three bridges along this section, tho  girders of which rest on massive walls  built of granite blocks 1 feet thick.  Everything has beon done to mako  the road permanent and lasting and to  cive full confidence to those using tho  highway in its safety for all, whether  with oar, horse drawn vehicle, bicycle  or on foot.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.      Residences and Modern  Bungalows a St-.ii.lty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Cortract  1 have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Now is the time to plant  (PI ��� I j sftl fl Magoon At Senator Dunlop  strawberry Plants zs. doz j $1 so w  CUTFLOWERS      Vegetable and Bedding Pl.nt.     POT PLANTS  D    11 J        for Fall and  Bulbs now ready winter punng  Phone 88  PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O. Bex 117  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  \ large acreage will be planted  this  spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  "Phone 240  P.C Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  VT7- Rpnail*    ^*w Mill Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gaa  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We StOck   C��ld  Ro"ed Shaf,in��'  BoIt'- Screw��-  Nu,��>  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents for the famous  CADILLAC CARS  alio for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan 6t Wright Tires,  ���    and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK we have engaged  the services of an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-class  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -   . KELOWNA, B.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  DICK out your Christmas Toys at once,  and don't get caught in the rush.   We  will carefully put away anything you may  wish to select.  Early Shopping always Pays  PIPES  A large assortment of choice Case Pipes,  also Calabash and Meerschaum.  Makes a well appreciated present for the  men folk.  OEARCH the world over, and you will  find no joy like the Christmas joy of  the little child.   Joyful anticipation is filling  the hearts of old and young.  Musical Instruments of all kinds  INDIAN CURIOS;  Burnt leather goods and basket work. Suitable for Old Country presents.  FANCY CHOCOLATES  EVERYTHING ON THE GO  Airships, Flying Machines, Trains, Whizzing Boats, Whirling Mechanical Toys,  Performing Animals, &c.  sp"/***.a* vs;  Fancy Goods, Toys, Dolls, Games, Books, Novelties,  Boy's Soldier Suits, Galloping Horses, Doll Carriages,  Toy Pianos, Sleighs, Decorations,  Hockey Sticks  Christmas & New Year  GREETING CARDS  and Calendars  Mason & Risch Pianos, Edison Phonographs, Fancy China,  Victor and Columbia Gramaphones  Kodaks, Waterman's Fountain Pens, Gillette's Safety Razors  .'  *****^****s^-******m.^**m*m***m**ms***��wm*m**BMmem*m**mm*mmmm***��MmB*mmm*M***m*m*m*ws*m  Crawford's  Toy Land KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 191.).  * >*   t  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  orbing Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  ,;, ,\. ���   .' roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin   D.licijug  Spitzenberg      :    Wealthy  ���'���' ���;''''       Mcintosh  Jonathan  ��� .   . King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  Du Cornice  Bing  D'Anjou  PLUMS  Bradthaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  . Olivette  English Morello  Our   Stock  has  Won   Its   Own   Reputation  Price-List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  TAKE NOTICE  OWING" to the increasing demands of our  Made to Order department we  find it  ���    necessary  to go out of  Ready-to-Wear  Clothing and Gent*-' Furnishing.  V   We have a large and well-assorted stock of  ���   Suit* aud .Overcoats in up-to-date styles, which  we are prepared to dispose of at the very lowest  . , clearing prices.  DAVIES & MATHIE  uilor Shop, PENDOZI STREET  One block from main street  1$    It will pay you to walk this block   .  . < V < ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Air. Tom Duggan came up lust week  end from Newport. B.C.. to spend   a  short time in town before returning.  i ��   *   ��   ���  J. B. Knuv,U.m will hold hit ninth  annual watoh, guessing contest on Saturday, December 13th.  ���The school trustees havo purchased a  piuno for the use of tho public school.  Miss Anna Knight returned home on  Saturday,    after    upending     a  couple  weeks with friends at Kamloops.  * *   ���   ���  Mr. .lohn Dalgleish and family arrived in the oity last week from Kamloops and have taken up residenro on  Stockwell Avenue.  * *   ���   ��  Mr. 0. 11, -lackson has been appointed eeorelary of thu Kelowna Merchants  .Association    in    succession    to ('.   A.  Washburn  * ���   ��   t  Messrs It. A. Copland and S. T.  Elliott have moved their business oKice  into the new  Willits   H.ock,  Rooms .1  and 4.  i ���   *   *   *  A week from Saturday the Vornon  football team will be clown to meet  the local boys. The match will take  place in the citv park at 3 o'clock.  I " " *  i Mr. W. A. Scott, until lately with  Crawford & Co., left yesterday morning in Mr. J, D. Williams' car for Vernon on his way to Caltrary, where, ho  will resume his position on tho ^Heroic!" for  the  winter.  * ���   ���   *  'I'he hospital shower at Mrs. ,1. W.  Jones' home on Wednesday of Inst  weekwas well attended and the Ladies  Hospital Aid wish to express thanks  for the many handsome and useful gifts  ao kindly donated, also -to acknowledge    with gratitude    cash donations  amounting to 821.  * ��   *   ��  1 The Benvoulin Debating Society will  hold a debate in the Benvoulin church  on Friday, the 21st inst. The subject  of the debate will be "Besolved that  the Principles of Socialism are Superior to the principles of Capitalism."  Tho debate will bo between Benvoulin  and East Kelowna. All visitor.) will  he made welcome.  ��   *   ��   ��  I Tho Chancel Guild oE St. Michael  and All Angels Church will hold a sale  of faucy articles, suitable for Christmas presents, on Saturday 2.Uh inst.  The sale will open at H o'clock in the  Churchman's club room, Keller block.  There will also be the usual attractions, Afternoon tea, sweet  stall'   and  .Brau pie for the youngsttn-B. The  articles ought t�� meet with a ready  sale, as they are just the sort to at-  tract the eye and open the ourse. The  guild is looking forward to a generous  .support, Tho sale will be from 3 to  fi, nnd will be continued again at 7  o'clock if the goods are not all Aold  during the earlier part of tho evening.  J. B. Knowles, our pioneer jeweler  reports the Xmas business is now in  full swing.  Dr. and Mrs. Boyce left this week for  a month's visit to Ontario.  * ��   *   ���  Miss Flossie Dilworth returned to  'the oity Sunday afternoon.  * ft   *   *  Knowles boxes all articles neatly  and pays postage on small packages.  Mr. U. J, Beale returned from a visit to the coast on Saturday last.  ��   *   *   *  Mr. Dunwoody, who has been on the  stall' of tho Morrison-Thompson Co. for  the past few  months,  loft for Quosnel  Monday.  #   ��   ��  The ttev. D. -I. Welsh, pasior of the  Baptist church who tendered his rrsig-  tion two weeks ago, to the regret of  his congregation, has been induced to  stay, with the church for a HHle whilo  longer, at least, until after mid-summer next.     j Next Thursday is tho day fixed for  the Fire Brigade Ball which is to    be  [held in the now Morrison Hall,     'Hie  'hall is now nearly ready for the event  nnd workmen are busy polishing up  the new hardwood floor. Needless to  say the brigade boys are bent on  heating all records with this affair,  and thev have had some experience in  I beat ing records, too. You'll be sorry  if you miss it.  ��   ��   ��   ���  By request the pastor of the Methodist church will preach on Sabbath  morning -on "Systematic Giving" and  the evening topic will be "The Social  Sapper Rescued."  The Ladles Hospital Aid will hold  their regular mooting a\ tho hospital  on Monday afternoon, Novcmbor 21th,  at  3 o'clock.  ��   ���   ���   ��  The closing of the public schools on  Friday, December 19th, for the Christmas vacation will be marked this year  !by a school concert, and the pupils  and staff are busy preparing for this  great event. Tho program is not  I yet complete, but judging by reports  which rench us some surprises are in  store. No doubt the quality of the  program will be sufficient justification  for the conceal, but there is another  reason, and an excel bent one. The  school authorities are anxious to have  a library in connection with the school  as most othor places of any size have,  and it is for this purpose that funds  are to bo raised. Of course only the  nucleus of a library can be purchased  in this way, but that would start tho  thing, and the government will then  contribute $50 annually if the trustees  can find 8100, which they surely should  havo no difficulty in doing,  Anyway it needs no appeal to the  nublio to give them a gond start, they  aro sure to do that. Mr. Duncan of  the Opera House it might be mentioned has kindly offered the free use of  tho Opera House \t r the occasion.  BIRTH  BORN.���To the wife of Mr. K. L. Clement on  November 5th, a son.  GREAT Clearing SALE  of Millinery  For lhe noxt iiftoim daya Misa Hartin  will   offer  her   huts at tho loll..win,.  prices:  ���.'.I*.00 to ttt.09 (or     #1-.SO  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Slre.t KELOWNA, B.C  Evening Gown�� a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  AaJ ia H��w  ready  ta  tall*  ordera   for  meeVle.maeeure faimeiite Ur the Crown  Tailoring Co.  Untrirmned nhapos    Irom 78 centa up.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at tho  next statutory meeting of tlie Board  of Licensing Commissioners foe tho  Oity of Kelowna, ], Arthur Peabody,  intend to apply for a renewal of my  licence to sell liquor by retail in tho  promises known as the I'alaco Hotel,  situated on the north ride of Bern.inl  Avome, between Waler street and l'on-  doii street, in the Oity of Kelowna,  B. 0. M-n3  WILSON, HAILED BY 700 STUDENTS, CASTS BALLOT  President Wilson arriving at Princeton, N. J., to voto, waB uproariously greeted by 700 Princeton students, who cheered and sang oollege  songs.  Professor Stockton Axson, the president's hrothsr-in-law, was also at  tho slation Jo meet him.   The president aad Professor Axson started to  walk to tho polling place, n firo engine house followed by the students  who sang "doing Back to NasBau"   nd  demanded  a  speech.  Smilingly, _  the president said: 'H '.' I ; Fit.'!'! |T  'I nm hero to vote for n very good man for governor, but 1 am not  going to talk polities. It Is delightful to get back and rimew ploosant  associations.   I thank you for your reoeption."  Gifts for the Old Land  What shall you send to the Old Country ?  Let U9 assist you in making your choice. .  You will notice a distinct newness about  our stock this year.  We pack all articles neatly and pay postage on small packages.  Some of the following articles may be of interest  to you:  Silver Enamel Pini ,  ���       Brooches  Necklets  Seti  Match Safes  Cigarette Cases  Bracelets  Souvenir Spoons  ,,       Brooche*  Cold Maple Leaf Pins  ��� ��� ,,   Brooches  Gun metal Hand Bags  ���       Pencils  Cameo Rings  Signet     ,,  Diamond Rings  Silver Animal Ornaments  Ebony Brushes  Fountain Pens  Watch Chains  Lockets  Necklets  Strap Watches  Card Cases  Smelling Salt Bottles  Bracelets  jewel Cases  Sewing Sets  Travelling Sets  Serviette Ringa  We engrave one letter Free of Charge.    Moderate charge for extra  monograms, &c.  Gifts for the Old Land  AT  KNOWLES' the Jeweler  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 ono half mile of town, nnd being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one CLENMOHE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd  Are now  completely equipped   to supply all  your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock ol local aad coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade, quality and la splendid  coaditioa.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  SUPERIOR  FALL  = GOODS =  For the Automobile:  All Wool Rugs  Rubber JLined Rugs  ���j  Fur Robes  MOVING PICTURES IN EDUCATION  We have for this season a  Splendid Stock of  HORSE BI ANKETS  which you should inspect  TRUNK-"      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi treet & Lawrence Avenue      -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  Advertise and the world stands with you. Quit, and you stand alone.  The use of moving pictures in education has had ai real impetus in German official circles, according to information recently received ut the  United States Bureau of Education.  The Prussian ministry of edueation is  considering the feasibility of employing cinematograph films in oertain  courses in higher educational institutions. A number of film manufacturers  are having an opportunity to show  what .films they have that are adapted  to educational purposes.  A philanthropist haa recently given  two,fully equipped moving picture ma-  rhinea to the schools of Borlin. Ono  is to be used in the continuation institute for highor teachers and. the  other in the high schools of Greater  Berlin.  Moving picture films are now available in Germany for anatomical, biological and bacteriological courses. The  manufacturers are confident that tho  enormous field for their products will  be opened up when educators realize  Ihe value of moving piotures in education.  "The Honor of Lady Beaumont," an  oxtrdmely 1 attractive photo play in two  parts will be shown at the Opera  House on next Tuesday afternoon and  evening. The story is, an American  Eclair production with a great variety of color, tense situations and artistic development. Tho photography  is excellent in this picture, while a few  scenes are of such exceptional merit  that they are worthy of special comment. The scenes are laid partly in  England and later in the Canadian  Northwest.  The story is a strong one, full of  stirring incidents and intense situations.   O   Many prominent men in Great Britain are urging the government to take  part in the Panama Exposition. These  gentlemen believe it will do the manufacturers and shipping men good to  be represented at San Francisco.  "JOYMETER"  INVENTED  A New Yorker of inventive genius  has perfected a contrivance that will  .bring him the unqualified approbation  of automobile owners and garage keep-  ,ora  The joymeter is a device by whioh  ^every movement of an automobile or  other vehicle is recorded, timed and  automatically printed on a strip of  ticket tape. The whole machine is  about the size of an ordinary dash  clock, is securely looked in a metal  case, of whioh the owner keeps tha  key.  Thirty-two inches of tape are sufficient to record the movements of  an automobile for a week, and th��  time of every stop and start Is accurately printed this disclosing eaoh  move of the oar.  Try the Record "Want Add" column  when you want quick roturns.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT VERNON  In the Matter of the Estate of Walter  Zovioh, Deceased.  And in the Matter of the " Administration Act."  Dated1 . the 13th day of November,  1913.  UPON reading the affidavits of Daniel W. Sutherland and Arthur 0. Cochrane sworn herein and filed and ths  Petition IT IS ORDERED that Arthur  Ormiston Cochrane, Official Administrator'for the Okanagan Electoral1 District shall be Administrator ol all and  singular the estate of Walter Zovioh,  deceased, and that notice of this order  be published in the Orohard City Record published at Kelowna, B. C.  JOHN D. SWANSON  52 Judge, C.C.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YA1E  .HOLDEN AT VERNON  In the Matter of th* Estate oi Waiter  Zovioh, Deceased end In the Matter of the "Administration Aet."  AU persons having claims against the  estate of the above named deceased  are required to send ths same with  all particulara thereof duly verified to  the undersigned on or before the 15th  day of December, 1013, and all persons  indebted to the said deceased are required to pay the amount of suoh indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.  Dated this 15th day. of November  1913.  ARTHUR 6. COCHRANE  Official Administrator, Okanngan  Electoral Distriot, Vernon B.C.   62-01  Incorporation has been granted tho  Armstrong, Whitworth Company of  Canada, Ltd.,. of Montreal, with a  capital stock of 82,000,000. This is a  branch of the Whitworth Company of  Great Britain. Tho company proposes  to carry on a general steel business  and will probably establish a shipbuilding plant.  PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON'S DAUGHTER .. JD HBR FIANCEE  Again the White House is to be the scene of a brilliant wedding. It does not .seem very long since Alice  Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth were married there.  The above is a photo of the White. House with Miss Jessie Wilson, daughter of the president, on one side  and Francis Bowls Sayre, a young awyer on the other. Although ths White House separated them in. the  picture, it wijl soon be the scene" of their union.  Miss Wilson has never been as conspicuous as Miss Roosevelt in sooiety however, she is a young women  with much personal charm, and poss eses many of the sterling qualities of her distinguished father.        ,  550 DOLLARS IN PRIZES  IN OUR BIG  VOTING CONTEST  NOW GOING ON-  To increase our fall business we have decided to add Four More Prizes to our Piano Voting Contest. These prizes  are all of the highest quality and are guaranteed by the makers. You are not too late to enter the contest even at   -this late date and secure one of these valuable prizes   List of Prizes to be Given Away FREE in our  Voting Contest on December 31st  I st Prize  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  it  >��  >��  Upton Upright Grand Piano.  McClary's Kootenay Range.  Sunset Sewing Machine.  Stephenson Washing Machine.  1 Set Sheffield Carvers.  Morrison - Thompson Hardware Company, Ltd. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 191.)  RICHMOND'S  !���    B TT1T���if T-Tll   imwi ���M1WW1MI l^leTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsWiW.s��Meal^WiisTiTriTsnrWII��^��l  iRGANIZATION  SMI  Will Last until Saturday, December 6th  THOUSANDS of dollars worth of merchandise have been moved during the last few weeks from our shelves to the homes  of economical buyers, without showing any appreciable reduction in the size of our stock, and more new goods are  arriving almost daily and threaten to thwart our efforts to relieve the congestion. Drastic measures are necessary if we J  shall succeed, and diastic measures will be adopted to move more goods, and move them quickly, Just as desperate diseases  require desperate remedies so do conditions contrary to the welfare of a mercantile organization require forceful and stirring  action. Stock congestion or over-stocks are not good; it's a case of too much being as bad as not enough. To relieve this  congestion we will sell goods during the remainder of this sale Without Profit, and, in many instances, at a loss. We consider  it wise money losing, for it relieves us of an uncomfortable position, at the same time giving to you the season's best j  merchandize at a marked saving.  BMBM8 T ���-���T.JitOi  Goods almost Given Away for One Hour Every Day]  Your Satisfaction  ia the most important thing  to Richmond's. So we emphasize again the chief rule  of this store���Bring back anything not entirely satisfactory  and get your money back  without question.  COMMENING at 10 o'clock every morning we will sell one line of goods during the next hour only, at a  price so low that you'll scarcely believe your own eyes. These prices will be in effect only on that day  and hour as designated below. Every day it is something different for the One Hour Big Bargain  Special. These extraordinary sacrifices on these goods we are frank to state we are making in order to draw  big crowds of people every day who will see the many attractive bargains all over the store and buy a great  many goods, and go home and tell their friends and neighbors about the extraordinary chance to save money,  and so the daily crowds will increase. Now we don't want anyone disappointed because they cannot get  waited on during any of these Hour Specials if wa caa help it. We shall try to have all the extra help we can  use, and will wait on you just the very best and quickest we can.  Your Boat Fare Paid  if you come by boat from  within 50 miles and buy $25  worth or more.  No one who lives near  enough to make the trip in two  days or less can afford to miss  this money-saving chance.  These One Hour Big Bargain Specials offer Amazing  Savings of Vital Interest to You  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17  SEVENTY-FIVE PAIRS WOOL  BLANKETS  Hither pur. white with pink or  blue   border,    or   medium grey  with   dark    border.    Full    bed  site.  Thit. ars 8 pounds.  Grey are 7 pounds.  Kegular SUM Blankets.  Ons Hour Big Bargain   Special  psr pair  $2.89  10 TO .1 A.M. ONLY  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19  THIRTY-FIVE LADIES'  DRESS  SKIRTS  New models   in  Serges, Panamas,  Tweeds    in all    up-to-date    color  shades.     All sizes.  Regular 86.00,  $6.50 and ,7.50 values.  One    Hour Big    Bargnin     Special  eaoh  $3.25  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  PUTTY LINEN  TABLE CLOTHS  Pull bleached, pure Linen Damask,  sizes are 2 yards and 2) yards  long. Regular S2.25 and $2.60  values.  One Hour Big Bargain Special  each  98c.  10 TO II  A.M. ONLY  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20  TWO HUNDRED PAIRS LADIES'  BLACK  CASHMERE HOSE  Either   plain   or ribbed. All eizos,.  Regular 60c. and 66c. values.  One    Hour Big   Bargain     Special  per pair  29c.  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21  TWO     HUNDRED    AND    FIFTY  PAIRS TURKISH TOWELS  Sizes 21 x 48 inches, either pure  white or brown wit/h faney stripes.  Regular price 75c. pair.  Ons Hour Big Bargain Speoial  per pair ,   -  39c.  L_.  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22  TWO HUNDRED PAIRS PLAIN  WHITE BED SHEETS  Extra good, heavy quality,  size 73 x 92 inohes, with 2-inch  hem. Regular pries {3.50 per  pair.  Ons Hour Big Bargain   Speoial    j  per pair  $1.39  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  Don't forget that this Great Sale lasts until December 6th inclusive, and that we have the One hour Bargain  Specials every day from 10 to 11 a.m.  All prices on every line of goods have been reduced again, for quick selling.   Prudence and economy ought  to urge you to do your fall buying here, and save money  MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 24  SEVENTY-FIVE LADIES  WAISTS  In striped Dslaines, Wool Taffetas, Whit. Vesting!, etc, etc.  Kegular t2.00 and S2.50 values.  All SUM.  One Hour Big Bargain Special  .ash  98c.  10 T��t 11 A.M. ONLY  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25  TWENTY-FIVE    PAIRS    PURE  WHITE WOOL BLANKETS  With blue border, size 64 x R2 inches.  Regular $7.00 values.  One Hour    Big   Bargain     Special  per pair  $3.69  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26  SIX HUNDRED I'.WUH MEN'S  HEAVY WOOL HOCKS  Made Irom pur,' wonl yarns. Itegu-  lnr 10c.  valniw.   All sizes.  Ono Hour    Big    Bargain     Hproial  per pair  17c.  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27  FIVE HUNDRED YARDS PURE  SILK AND SATIN RIBBONS  Five to six inohes wide. All Color.  Regular 40c. and 50c. values  Ons Hour    Big    Bargain     Speoial  per yard  19c.  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28  FIFTY DOZEN FULL BLEAHED  PILLOW SLIPS  42 inoh. Good quality pure ootton.  Regular price 25c. eaoh.  Speoial  One Hour    Big    Bargain  eaoh  ���  124c.  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29.  FIFTY DOZEN   PURE LINEN  TABLE NAPKINS  In a good range ot patterns.  Already hemmed. Regular prioe  (2.50 per dozen  One Hour Big Bargain Speoial  per dozen  $1.19  10 TO 11 A.M. ONLY  Watch for future advertisements of One Hour Bargain Specials after November 29th  RICHMOND'S Succe^toLeq"imeBros Kelowna, B.C THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  THERE" is big money in  *   raising if you want to  chick  en  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Out representative ii now in London, Eng.    Send in your  list and get in touch with English  buyers  Ellison News  (By our own Correspondent)  Mr. and Mrs. F. De Caqueray have  eft for an extended visit to the old  country and do not expect to return  until tho fall of 1914.  On Friday laHt a large and appreciative audience assembled to enjoy the  concert provided by the pupils connected with the singing (.Ins.. conducted by MrB. G. Whitaker, assisted by  Miss Cottingham, as accompanist.  The program was carried out in first  class style and reflected great credit  upon the performers, who showed they  had profited by the careful teaching of  their instructress.  Following is the program rendered:  Pianoforte solo   Miss Lois llotnu.h  Maple Leaf   Choir  Oh Dear. What Can the Matter Be.  Choir  Six Little Mothers   Choir  Springtime   Choir  Kitty   Choir  Recitation,  "Tho Soldier's Letter."  Mr. T. Carney  Song, "Castles in the Air."  Miss Pines.  Action Song, "Heads and Heels."  Six Pupils  Song of the North Wind   Choir  Pianoforte solo   MisH W. Homuth  Chorus, "Rule Brittania."   Choir  Action Song, "You Dirty Boy." Choir  Chorus,  "Up the Hills  and Down the  Hills  Choir  Duet. "Reuben and Rachel."  Miss F., and Master Hereron  Chorus. "Raindrops"       Choir  Skating song  Choir  Song,  "School  Slates" ... Five Pupils  Song "Daddy"    M.sr Pines  Pianoforte boIo   Miss W. Homuth  Recitation,   "Tho  irishman's  Way    to  Make Love." ... Mr. C. (i. Whitaker  THE COST OF MILITARISM  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Ths BiMl accurate. reliable and only Market B  ol Its kind pat.IM.ed  "HTfje Hubert dtjipper"  Malice' Mseloteljr free Is ror SUnen-Scad "Skietrt"  reur lane en ��� eestsl Maj  You want this valuable publication���it it worth hundreds ol  dollars to you, issued at every change of the Fur Market,  giving you an accurate and reliable report of what is doing in  all the Market of the World in American Raw Fun.  Write fer It- no w-ll's I re.  AR   cnimvDT   in*   HStnsttutmnun  Sold in Kelowna by Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  A writer in tho London Sphere presents in striking frdin thu reaults of a  special inquiry into the cost of European and other military forced in relation to the total foreign trade carried on by the various nations. He  shows that the trade of the world ia  largely "an Anglo-Saxon monopoly,"  the United Kingdom and the United  States together having a total annual  import and export trade of two billion and thirty-nine million pounds,  sterling, while all the other great trading nations���Germany, France, Russia,  Austria and Italy���have only one billion eight hundred and thirty-two million pounds.  To protect their trade and defend  their soil the United Kingdom and the  United States withdraw only 536,000  men from civil life, while Germany has  at all times in barracks, or on shipboard 860,000 men, France 75.7,800,  Euiisia 1,300,000,    Austria 413,000 and  taly 376.000. The cost of this "peaoe  insurance" iB colossal. It includes not  only the ��243,000,000 sterling spent  every year by the European continental powers, the ��72,000,000 spent by  Britain, and the ��43,000,000 spent by  the United States on military and  naval services, but the huge Iosb of  wealth due to the keeping of four millions of men out of the ranks of pro-  ucrtive workers.  The tax upon trade for armament  bears most heavily upon the nations  least able to pay it. Taking the total  import and export trade of the countries dealt with, it is found that the  percentage of that total paid for armaments is as follows: Germany, 19  per cent., (10 per cent, before recent  increases); Russia, 48 per cent., France  14 per cent., \Austria 15 per cent.. Italy, 16 per oent, Britain 6 per oent..  and the United States 5 per cent. Thn  burden is beeominia intolerable. Militarism will destroy trade if trade does  not strangle militarism.  PICTURES ON APPLES  In catering to a market for the fanciest of fancy apples, Harry Maxtor]  of Washington hss hit upon a plan  for printing piotures and designs of  various sorts upon the skin of appkit  and in this way creating a novelty,  alone, brings a high price.  Painting letters or designs on the  skin of an unripe apple and permitting it to remain until the fruit hat  become well oolored is n well known  process, by which it is poasiblu to have  a yollow or green tracing of the design when the paint is washed off. But  Mr. Maxted has modernized tho process  by using a patentod film of his own  whioh is stuck on the side of tho apple before it begins to color.  The film remains upon the fruit un-  od a red design upon u field is produced a red hesigh upon a fiold of green  and surrounded by the deop, rich rod  of the portion loft uncovered by the  film. This year'Mr. Maxt-od has reproduced twenty-five lodgo emblems, niah  as four Masonic emblems, Shrine 32  degrees, Knight Templars and Blue  I.odr,o; Eastern Star, Odd Fellows. Rebecca, Knights of Columbus, Knir/hts  of Pythias, Woodmen, etc. Tie hat  reproduced various local trademark*  slogans, oomlo designs and even por-  traitn.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING,  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories,, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased lor a term of twenty-one  years at an annual) rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applioant.  Application for the lease mutt be  made by the applioant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in whioh the rights applied for are.  aituated.  In surveyed territory the land mutt  be deaoribed by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections,' and in unsnrvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  ahall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tke  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The- lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purohase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary 'for the working of  the mine at the rate of 810 an aore.  For full information application  should be 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.  W. C. AMEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office : N���. fi, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  WATER ACT AND AMENDING ACTS  Before The Board of Investigation.  In the matter of Bald Range Creek,  Bear Creek, Big Horn Creek, Bold  Creek, Boucher Garden Creek, Cedar  Creek, Clover Creek, Cranberry Creak,  Davidson Creek, Deep Creek. Dear  Creek, Esparron Lake, Fern Creek,  Hill Creek, Jack Creak, Keels Craak,  Miller Creek, McDougall Craak, Power  Creek, Pigeon Creek, Raahdala Craek  Shannon Creek, Smith Creek, Spear  Lake, Spring Creek, Spruce Creek,  Tamarack Lake, Trepannier Creak,  Vernon Creek, Venner Creak, tributaries of Okanagan Lake in the Neighborhood of Peachland, and of all unnamed streams tributary to or in tha vicinity of any of the said streams.  NOTICE is hereby given that a  meeting of the Board of Investigation  will be held at Peachland on the 21at  day of November, 1913, at nine o'clock  in the forenoon when all claims which  have been filed, all objections thereto,  and the plans prepared for the use of  the Board will be open for inspection.  All persons interested are entitled to  examine these and to file objections  thereto in writing if they deem fit.  At this meeting claimants shall prove  their title to lands to whioh their  water records are appurtenant. Thit  may be done by producing in oase of  Crown' Granted Lands, the title deeds,  or the certificates of title, or a certificate of incumbrance, or in case of  lands not held under Crown Grant, by-  producing the pre-emption record or  the agreement of sale, etc.  Objections will be heard forthwith  if tho party objected to has received  sufficient notice of the objection.  The Board, at the said meeting, will  determine the quantit of water whioh  may be used under each, record, the  further works which are necessary for  such use, and will set dates for the  filing of plans of such works, and for  the commencement and completion of  such works.  Dated at. Victoria, B.C., the 7th day  of Ootober, 1913.  For the Beard of Investigation.  .1. F. ARMSTRONG.  49-52 Chairman.  Special Prices  From Friday, November 21 at  To Saturday, December 6th  20 per cent.  OFF  Suits and Overcoats  10 per cent.  OFF  Men's Fonrisliiift,  Hats and Pasts  The only exceptions   are Overalls,  Rubbers  and   .ae   or   tw.   small  articlea ef miner importance  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  in   First-Class Style  at reasonable prices  I  c  K  S  Men's  Clothing  & Furnishings  Willits Block  KELOWNA-WEST BANK!  STEAM FERRY I  ill I     I1 leaaMseakaaaaMnai !  Lea.csKelowna9a.nl., 3.30  p.m;  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  AUCTION SALE  At the residence of R. S. JOHNSTON  200 yards east of Rutland Store  Thursday, November 27th  At 1 o'clock sharp  i Bay Horse, 7 years old, 1200 lbs.  1 Cow, due December 10.  40 Pure bred Rocks and Wyandottes.  1 Team Wagon.  f t wagon springs.  S   die Bupn-y.  Plow, 1 Cultivator.  Set Double Work Harness.  Set Single Harness.  400 Sheaves Feed Corn.  Ouantity of Mangels and White Carrot*,.  Wheel Barrow, Washing Machine.  Wringer, Lawn Mower, Lawn Swing,  so Feet Rubber Hose, 1 Burner Blue Flame  Oil Stove.  Blacksmiths Vice, Carpenters Vice.  10 Ricks Wood, Carpenters Tools.  Forks, .Shovels, Hoes, etc.  Double Barrel Gun.  Webber Upright Piano, Cost Saoo. one year  ago.  piece Mahogany Parlor Suite.  Mahogany Reception Chair.  Oak Centre Table.  Oak China Cabinet.  Large Gilt Frame Mirror.  Lot Framed Pictures.  1 Ouebec Coal or Wood Heater.  1 Oak Dining Extension Table.  6 Oak Dining Chairs (in leather).  1 Oak Buffet.  1 Thirtv-day Clock.  1 Desk.  1 Side Table.  1 Drop Head Sewing Machine.  1 Canary Bird and Cage.  2 Iron Beds, complete.  1 Ash Bed Room Set.  1 Toilet Set.  1 Oak Chiffonier, 1 Bicvcle.  1 Spring Lounge or Bed.  1 Childs Iron Cot.  Oil Cloths, Carpet Sweeper.  Several Sets Standard Books.  Economy 6-Holc Ranee with boiler.  Large Kitchen Cabinet.  Kitchen Table and 6 Chairs.  3 Children Chairs, Churn, Milk Pans.  Pails, Cooking Utensils, Dishes, Lamps,  Mirrors and manv other articles.  This furniture is nearly new and in   good  order.  Terms Cash  J. C. STOCKWELL, Anctioneer KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  An Offeri  While  On January 1st, 1914, our stock of Hardware,  Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, Sleighs,  Skates-Everything-must be moved to our new  premises opposite the Casorso Block, where the  entire Hardware and House Furnishings will be  under one roof.   It is absolutely essential that our stock be  reduced.   HERE'S THE OFFER:  The National  Line is the Best  Ranges,  Cook Stoves,  Heaters  Hockey Skates  Hand Sleighs  Lamps of all kinds  Cutlery for Xmas  Kitchen Requisites  CONDITIONS OF SALE  Representing the 28 business days, we placed  with three prominent citizens 28 ballots each dated  consecutively from November 22nd, and each  ballot in a sealed envelope. The gentlemen have  deposited one envelope containing a Date in a safety  vault; the other 27 envelopes have been burned  intact.  NO person knows the Date.  All cash paid for purchases on this Date will be  refunded after 8 p.m., on the last day of the sale.  A receipt will be given for all Cash Purchases  during the sale.  This sale applies to our entire stock of Hardware and House Furnishings.  Be sure you keep all your receipts, some of  them may bear the Refund Date.  If you make a purchase every day you cannot miss  All goods will be sold at the regular prices less  the usual cash discount.  At 8 p.m., Wednesday, December 24th, the  Refund Date will be exposed in our window.  Furniture  Department  A consignment of unfram-  ed Pictures just m. See  window. A complete line  of picture mouldings to  choose from. You may  have your pictures in any  frame.  Fine Leather Upholstered  , Chairs,  and  Couches.  Pedestals and  fardiniere Stands  R1GH1 PRICES  H^atch this space each week. New goods are coming in all the time. We will tell you all about them.  A car of Holiday Furniture unloaded this week.     See window display.  Hard  ware  DALGLEISH & HARDING  Furniture THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  KELOWNA  RECORD  Stationery  Specicd  There is nothing whatever the matter with  this writing paper. It is  simply that we were  abln to purchase a quan-  . tity at a special price,  and to clear it out quickly will sell  A pound of Paper and  Enough Enoelopes  to Match for  65 c.  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  whiuh Jiiumv tells ol Kelowna happenings  r Mr. Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B. 0.  Stationery is always  needed and this is an  opportunity to secure  a supply of good quality  at wholesale price.  See the display in our window.  P. B. Wis i Co.  Kelowna,     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  VALUABLE   MAPS   OK   B.   0.  TRICTC PUBLISHED AT  OTTAWA  DIS-  i A new edition of a aeries of four  maps covering the Dominion Railway  BeH in the province of British Columbia, m now being issued from the Hail-  way Lands Brunch- of tho Department  of the Interior at Ottawa. Thia .net of  maps, the Kamloops and i.ytton and  the Sicamous sheets of whioh are at  at presont ' available for distribution,  shows in a moat graphic way the land  situation to a very recent date and  the standing of eaoh quarter-section,  according to the records of the Department at that da to.  On   Largo Scale  The sheets have been published on a  large scale, namely three miles to the  inch, and this, oombined with the comparatively simple system of coloring  which has been adhered to in the preparation of the map. makes it a very  interesting publication.  Shows Other Valuable Information.  ln addition to the information with  respect to disposition of lands, etc.,  the location and boundaries of all  Dominion Forest Kesorves, Timber  Bartlis, Indian Ketrerves and Grazing  Leasee are olearly shown, togothnr  with Post Office and Railway information.  Copies Preo of Charge  Copies of tlie Kamloops aud Lyttou  or the Sicamous sheet may now bo obtained free ot charge upon application  to P. ('. 0. Lynch, Superintendent of  Railway Lands, Department of tho Interior, Ottawa,  ��� O -  ENGINE SMALLER THAN A PLY  Dear Sid,��� Here we are again, at/ill  doing business at ihe-same old stand,  and I want to pause right here and  remark that we are handing out the  goods in original packages,  one to produce hotter pictures than  we are showing, both from a photographic and dramatic standpoint. You  would have hard work putting your  finger on any one picture wo havo  shown lately nnd saying that film iH  bad. i If even the poorest ones are  good, wo cunnot say too much of the  real features, they are simply great.  8ome of thorn are as full of heart  throbs and human interest as a  bo-hunk is of Scotch, and I guess  that's going some.  Speaking of features we are going  to have ono next Tuesday that's a  hum-dinger. "Tho Honor ol l.ady  Beaumont." is the title. The scene  is laid in Northwost Canada, where  in the early days, and even yet, th��  most blood-curdling and hair-raising  happenings wore an everyday occurrence.  As. I live and breathe, Sid, the boss  has busted Ioobo again. Honest, 1  believe that man would wado through  the lower regions on a summer day,  if he thought it would help the show.  This time he has gone and squandered  some of his ill-gotten gains on a new  piano, some fancy dog-box too. The  way our embryonic PadorewBki, Mr.  John Smith (late of Edinburgh, Scotland) has been tearing the melodies  from the Vitals of that new ptano  hasn't been slow.  (.race goodness girls-! I most forgot to tell you about the Fireman's  Ball which will be perpetrated on  Thursday, November 27. On the aforesaid-date the brave lads who fight the  fires (and other things) will hold their  annual dance It has never l>een my  pleasure to attend ono of these affairs  but I am 'told that they have everything else of this nature beaten to a  whispei*. They are attended alike by  the 400 and by the pick and shovel  brigade; dukes and dukisses rub elbows  with tho people who have to work for  a living. Speaking of Dukes reminds  me of the little girl who said "When  I grow up mamma 1 want, to marry  a Dutchman, so I can be a Duchess."  The boys say, in spite of the fact  that so high a standard* has been set  in (.heir previous balls, that this one  is going to make the rest look like  a dirty deuce in a new deck.  The Opera House orchestra will dispense thu music��� enough said! Why?  Oh, why in the name of tho prophet  don't you write oftener. .lust because  every thing else is dead in Vancouver  is no excuse for you going ' into a  tanco. Cut out that Rip Van Winkle  stuff! In thu words of that touching  Irish Bong "Awako from thy Slumber,  Thou Rtar of my. Night," I guess  that's the matter. Too much of this  night stuff. Don't do it my .toy. (in  tp bod early and save your money,  (because you (inn never tell when your  friends might want to borrow soino,  nnd think how you would feel iftyou  had to refuse them).  This, ladies and gentlenum, concludes  our portion of the ovening's entertainment. Those not having seen the entire performance remain seated.  Thanking you for past favors and  hoping for a continuance of your patronage, I remain your humble servant,  Jimmy.  P.S.���For the love of Mike please  wild me that 8.1.65 you owe me.  MISDIRECTED BLOWS  COUNCIL MEETING  (Continued from Page One./  INTiiRNATIONAL ORDER OF GOOD  TEMPLARS  An engine, not only the smallest  that has yet boon built, but too small  to be run withjtoam and that must  be run witli compressed air, because  steam is too heavy for its needlepoint parts, has been constructed recently. The engine, built by a jeweler,  is of tho rocking cylinder type and ia  so small that it will not cover up the  letters on a ten-cent piece. Tho length  of the engine .over all in .255 in. and  its weight in 2.5 grains, Tho cylinder  has a bore of .0288 in., and a stroko  of .0116 in., and tho flywheel is only  .142 in., across.  o   If you aro bothered with headacihos,  squint or ornBS-eye.nr if tho glasses  you now havo are unsuitable, consult  tho Specialist in the Lakeview IIotoL  Friday and Saturday, December 28Ui  and 29th. 63-1  Quite a large number attended tho  mooting which was held in the Methodist church on Tuesday ovening in  the interests of tho International Order of Good Templars, Mr. J. A. Big-  gar, president. After singing of appropriate songs and prayer, tho chairman introduced, in a few fitting remarks t^io, speaker of the evening, Mr.  li.   Balmer,  fi.C.T.,  of  Vancouver.  Mr. Balmer spoke of the origin of  the tempon,nee work and of tho work  as now being carried on by the Good  Templars. At the close of the meeting twenty remained and organized a  local lodge,  The lodge will meet again in tho  Methodist church on Tuesday evening.  November 25th at 8 o-clook.  The following officers were appointed  Geo. B. Thompson, C.T.; Mrs. M.  McCluro, V.T.; H. I). Riggs, Seoy..  Geo. Thomlinson, Mar.. J, Harris, As-  st. Secy.; E. J, Hayward, Guard.; W.  6. Fuller, D.C.C.T.; W. B. Pearson,  F.S.; S. M. Simpson, Treas.; Thos.  hits I'-C.T/, Rov. .T. C. Switzer, Chap.  Iain.; Mrs! F. L. VoNpor, D,M. Goo.  Thomlinson,  Jr., Liout.  Between the hours of 5 p.m., last  Tuesday and 11 a.m., .Wednesday were  I defy any 's'ruck aeveral blows, all of whioh I  declare, misdirected. And since these  blows concorn the general public immensely and vitally let ub boo if the  tide cannot bo turned and their effect ���  ^directed to smite their own damnable  author, tho licensed liguor traffic.  During the day-light hours of Tuesday a young man, known as "Sandy"  Alio Allen, became intoxicated, us a  result of uo work and tho "treating  ByBtem." In the dusky hours of evening, under .this influence he walked into the "St. Louis Cafe" and bywords  and actions incurred the wrath of tho  Chinamen. He attempted to vindicate  himsolf by dealing a Chink a righthander from the shoulder of hia stag-  ering frame.  The' Chinese saw their chance to get  back at the whites in a degree (whom  they say will yet be their seevants)  and while two or three grappled with  the drinken man another dived for a  club and returning smote our brother  a death dealer on the forehead.  Police Sutherland was soon ushered  in, Sandy immediately taken out, and  up to Dr. Knox, who, after placing  five stitches and dressing the wound,  bandaged it up and returned hie patient to "The Bull" who guided Allen's faltering limbs and benumbed  brain to the "coop" where he spent  an awful night under lock and key in  the cell alone.  Next morning Alec -\llen stood (till  ho almost collapsed) before Chief Magistrate Dr. Boyce charged with assaulting and beating ��� Chinamen (who  appeared in numbers against him) with  closed fists.  "Guilty or not guilty?" To which  Sandy replied' "I guess I'm guilty, 1  don't know. I quew I was thoro alright, or, I wouldn't lie here."  The magistrate kindly advised Allen  aud imposed a finu of ten dollars ind  costs. Needless to soy, the Chinamen  go unpunished.  After raising some money ($7.60 Icing all ho had) the fine was paid und  Alec returned, to his lonesome tent-  shack on that beautiful part of tho  Okanagan shore between the wharf nnd  Manhattan Beach, whorein he spent  four or five days suffering grratly,  more or loss all the time, till removed  tn the Kelowna Hospital where he now  lies in a critical condition.  &OW, as aforesaid, let us turn tho  effect of the blows to tlie cursed system nf drink and. home to those responsible for it.  With sure and resolute aim 1 firmly  and fearlessly, hurl the cause-and-effect  nf this crime and multitude of other*,  from one drink to murder, with an accusing finger, into the face of the Ivisi-  ness men and those in authority in  our muni-'ipnli lies, provinces, this great  Dominion and the entire world.  Let these, place in the hands ol the  entire people ballots, mnrked cu lho  left "For Licence" nnd on tho right,  "Fnr Prohibition,'-' allowing th-M. to  silently and secretly pole their votes  and bide by tho result, this awful,  damning curse would be swept from  our land within two months.  But not they, oh no! The liguor  traffic is a lovely source of revenue  The licence first, filthy lucre like that  taken from the selling on Sunday, soc-  und, and t lie numerous fines places on  all who come before the courts as a  result directly or indirectly, of the saloons they have Bet up.  It Is an easy and a cowardly way  ou the part of the authorities of getting money out of the workers for  graft aud public purposes.  Then the business mans intlrosts play  an important part in the game. First,  tho distillers and brewers and contractors in tho construction of their buil  dings, both businoss public and private  and, hence, nearly nil their employees,  being bought over by the opportunity  of a job in which to gain that whioh  buys tho necessaries of life. Second, tho  manufacturers, ��wholosalers and retailers of hrtops, kcgn, barrels and bungs,  bottlQSj corks nnd labels of mirrors,  schooners, glasses and spoons, counters  safes and ladles. Third, the owners  and proprietors of public houses. All  combine their selfish and sordid instincts for the gain of rents, interests  and profits���and-together, wield tha  mighty soeptre which denies humanity  the right to rid itself of the most  hidinus, prostituted, fustilarian, boozo.  E. .1. HAYWARD.  not adopted, but a resolution, passed  allowing the increase of salary asked  for.  The Finance Committee recommended  payment of the following accounts:  H. I. Johnston et al, rent for  police quarters, Sept, & Oct, 880.00  Kelowna  Aquatic  Association  Grant for regatta  ^.. 150.00  (harleB Harvey, Sewer supplies 178.95  .  Jenkins & Co.  Sewer acct. 36.50  A football match took place lost  Saturday in the City Park between  last year's Kelowna team and this  year's team. The result was a win  for last year's team bv a score of 2  to 1.  See our solid gold Maple Loaf  Brooches and solid Enamel Jewelry.  Most suituble gift for the old country.  J, B. Knowles.  DrT Kilburgor, eyesight specialist representing the Torie Optical Co., ol  Vancouver, will be it* Ihe Lake-view  Hotel Friday and Saturday, December  28th and 2Uth and will bo pleased lo  have persons witli defective Byeslgh.  call and consult him. Eyeglasses and  spectacles fitted. 03-1  Canavan &  Mitchell,  petty cash    3.66  ��ewer Supplies:���  Kelowna Carriage Works   76  D. Leckie   10.67  D. Leekie     4.76  0. K. Lumber Co  59.33  Evans, CoK.man Ac Evans   31.45  Morrison-Thnmpson Hdwo.  Co 44.73  J. B. Knowles       1.50  W. R. Trench  60  Kelowna Machine Shops   37.19  N. Thompson Co  63.75  The Crane Co     5.94  Government Laboratory, testing  city water   ,    30.00  Okanagan Telephone Co. Telephone rates     18.45  Itelowna Board of Trado, grant  for publicity purposes     500.00  Mr. Geo. McKenzie waited on tho  council to register a kick respecting  the lane back of his store. He said  that he and others had been at their  own expense filling up holes with gravel and endeavoring to make tho lane  paBsable for traffic. They had managed to get it into fairly good shape  when along oame a gang of men tn  make sewer connections, and dug it  all up again. He did not complain  about the sewer connections as thoy  were necessary, but he understood the  council were contemplating shortly  putting in a drgin down the lane and  lie wished to ask whether the whole  thing might not be got through with  at ouce, thus avoiding disturbing tho  surface of the lane after they had got  it level1 again.  The dreadful condition of this lane  in wet weather owing to the large  amount of traffic it has to stand form  ed the subject of several discussions in  the council meetings. The difficulty  has been increased still further lately  by the erection of several large buildings which had to drain on to tho  lane. No storm water was allowed to  go into the sower, and when the wet  season came, the water Aid. Sutherland pointed out from four or five  acres of roof would flood every building in  the neighborhood.  Mayor Jones said the only thing  which had prevented tho council from  putting in the drain was the1 expense.  A wood pipe large enough to carry off  the water would cost ?700 or more  to put in and he did not see how it  could be done this year.  It seemed absolutely necessary, however that something should be done  and i( was finally decided to give the  Board of Works authority to put in  a box drain of planks to cost about  $400.  Chief Sutherland spoke to the council on their n.-.v regulation respecting  automobiles and vehicles on the main  street. He said that the regulation  had produced considerable dissatisfaction and several automobile owners  had approached him tn ask the council  to allow then to lenve their cars on  the north side of Bernard avenue.  Most of the retail Btores were on the  othor side and they did not think it  would interfere with tho public in any  way.  Some dinuBsion took place on the  resolution which had boon passed at  the last meeting, and the council evidently realized that it waa impossible  to adhere strictly to the 15 minuts  limit.  The Chief was therefore instructed  to allow automobiles to stand on ths  north side of thn street, and also to  use his discretion iu allowing coun*  try people time to do their shopping  before they were required to "move  on."  The comparative merits of running  straight to the sido.v_tlk with an automobile or backing in wns also dis-  ciiHsod. The chief hold that backing  it* was best as in starting out again  it was nnt: necessary tn sweep half  way across thi- street, a rather dau-  gerous proceeding, he considered. This  rule was enforced in most largo cities.  Alderman Sutherland objected that  it was pretty hard to back a car into  a narrow space amongst other vehicles,  He himself, he said, was no expert, and  generally required about fifty feet on  each side before he could book to tho  sidewalk.  Several subdivision plans wero submitted and received the council's sanction.  A resolution was passed appointing  n Court of Revision to sit on December 3rd to hear complaints again*, the  construction of sewers on certain lanes,  The court however, is n mere formality  to comply with logat ro.|uiroments as  the sowers wero already ;ConstruoVol.  The meeting then adjourned.  Picture Framing  I can guarantee the very beat clue ol work in thia line, th* result ol  ten years' experience. Picture, cleaned, r.mounted and framed. A  good aelection of mouldings.  Cabinet Making & Furniture Repairs  As a practical Cabinet Maker I can aaaura yeu lhe* e����ry job ��-  trusted to me will be neatly and carefully executed. Hat* *oar  broken' furniture repaired before it ia too lote.  General Houtehold Jobbing  It is often difneuIt lo find someone who can do the little Mid job* tei  repairing and fixing around a houa*. Snd a postcard sad I will bo  on hand promptly.  W. EASTON  Bernard Avenue (opposite new Batik of CoMMfu)  (Formerly Joaaelyn'a Warehouse) 'i  COMING!  Representing  Dr. KILBURGER  Eyesight Specialist  The Toric Optical Company  Eye Examiner! and  Maker* of Quality Glass  l3l.HagainBsSt.West  Vancouver, B.C.    ,     WILL BE IN  LAKEVIEW HOTEL, KELOWNA  Friday and Saturday, December 28 �� 29  and will be pleased to have persons with defective eyesight  call and consult him.  Eyeglaseee, Spectacles and Artificial Eyes fitted at a reasonable charge  Sititfastion guaranteed absolutely on all work done  JXrtxl  Everything comes to him who  waits���except success. Fords are  chosen by men who " get there "���  by men who demand a dependable  car that's always "on the job.'* They  choose the Ford because of its splendid record for consistent service.  $713 is th. new price of the Ford runabout; tha  touring car ie $763. f. o. b. Kelowna. complete  with equipment. Got catalogue and particulara  from Burkank Motor Company, Kelowna, B. C.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange Feed Department  West side of Abbott Street, adjoining City Park  TELEPHONES:  Feed Store 29: Office and Warehouse, 37  Flour and Feed, Seeds, Poultry Feed, Spitzenberg, Spy  and Yellow Newtown Apples and Produce  FLOUR.-  Robin Hood or Five Roses  tt Ib. saok   I.T5  98 lb.  saok   S..I  l'rnirio l'rido Patont  4U lb. sack    IS*  9H II,. saok   I.M  'indium. 49 lb. saok   I.M  UOI.I.KD 0AT8.-  II..Inn   If I Brand, 8 Htp .35  Robin Hood Brand 2* lbs .TS  Robin Howl Brand 4S lbs. LSI  BRAN  IDS lbs   BARLEY, IS* lbs  1.30  1 5S  CHOPS.-  Bnrley, I'M lbs  I.M  Oats and Barley, ISS lbs. 1.8*  Oats, !������ lbs  I.M  Whoat and B&rioy, lMlbs. I.M  CORN, IM lb. saok   ��.M  CORN, Craoked  IM lb* ... S.M ,  HAY. Timothy IM lbs. ... 1.M  M01.ASS1N MEAL, IM lbs. I.M  OATS, Stundard, IM lbs ... I.M  OATS,  Crushed  IM lbs ... I.M  OIL CAKE MEAL, IM lbs. S.M  SHORTS, IM lbs  I.M  WHEAT FALI..-  Cood Grade, IM lbs  I.M  Feed in ton and half-ton lots. $2 per ton leaa than above prices.  We give 5 per cent. Discount for spot caah on all feed purchase*.  ij^Hiiii '   '  o_i$' KELOWNA RECORD  TTHJKSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913  c  WANTED! 1  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  firat insertion and 1 oent per word for  eaoh subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for less than 25 cents. "''  ^Cffi'SALk.-Staelr-of grain-hay, mis- LOST- Brown mare about 6(10 lbs, 5  .yearn old,  half Belgian half     Shet-  '   land. Almost black in winter. T.ikoly  I   'to be in vicirity of Duok Lake. Finder suitably    rewarded.     Dr. Knox,  Kelowna. S2-1  SLASH BURNING  ed wheat and oatii; about- 17 tons,  near K.L.O. bridge, This is good  clean feed put up without rain and  will be sold"'cheap lot- cash,' K. S.  Hall, Kelowna" 51-3  .BOG FOB-SALE.���Thiujwghbred  I'niii-  eranian. Apply  P.O.- Dom 317     52-V  Ail classified advertisements must be  paid fpr ln advance owing to tbe post  attreifiting the booking and oharging of  small items.  ',. ������  .��� ��.,  Copy may be received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  SITUATIONS WANTED  IAKRIED MAN  SKEKS SITUATION  'ain.-jfarm,.   thoroughly   experienced,  capable of taking charge. Apply box  "A" Record.' 61-111  I''��n SALE- 20 acres fine fwt" and  Isay land, six miles from Kelowna ou  V.rawn read; ulso 7 roomed Ikiusu  aad tn* fin* building lots ouWilson  aveaia. All at very attractive fig-  urs*. Jaipur. V. S. Coates, Lake-  view hotel. 28t'f.  HOUSEWORK WAN'TKl) -by young  Italian woiiiuji. .Uegullir Hitutition 'if  .possible. Apply P.O. box (ioti.    52-(A  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid farm property- sloes to Ke-  Ustiw, comprising 21 acres (0 aores in  ��� rubard, pears, plums and prunes, bal  saa* li meadow). Finsat soll.'fis. b*  i .st-iea. Splendid loeation, good house  t ilk food walk Team,! implements,  i .4 household *fnwts, with quantity of  '-ed Oai ala* lie included in sale. 'The  i -i��is sprud *v*r thr**- \*ars. Fur-  1 �����. inform.ti,>a caa h,< griv.n at Re-  r ��rd .lies. X  V '    ���������!���  "   ���   -'  .WOOD SPLIT AND STACKED. Apply  !    P.O. Box 239 and it will be done for  vou immediately. 52  WANTED.���Servant,  experiences, wish'-  ,-es situatipn.. Scotch. Apply box "B"  Uncord. '52-1)3  ===  GOODS FOR SALE.,-       ,, .  ! TIK SALE - AllaUa,' Timothy and  Clorer, and ***ond out Clover. I)i -  livered or in ataek. 'Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranoh. 44 'tt.  HAY FOR SALE -  in ths stack. 0.  side.  $18.00 per     tori  A. Pearse, Creek-  i '   45tf.  I-'OR SALTS��� Second hand Ladies' side  saddle. Also stock saddle in perfect  eonditi**. Thomlinson's Harness  3*����. 48tf  GOOD PAST11.E  Good pasturn ���- ���* 1T - -o-i Ranch,  three miles from town, S. K. L., Co.  Apply to It, S.  HALL I'-'tf.  MASSAGE TREATMENT  For rheumatism and nervous patients  Lady will vi-iil patients' home.  Terms model'ato. Apply B��v "R" Record otl'ici.  HOUSES ETC.. FOR RENT  ���'Oil RENT.- Old .telephone office.  Modern conveniences. Apply Telephone Co.. office.. St.  Paul St. -Mlf.  NOTICE  Fence posts for sale on the ground  or delivered, Apply  A. STIRLING, or the  OKANAGAN  LOAN  & 1NVEST-  51 If MENT CO. LTD.  HOUSE TO.RENT ���Six rooms, bath.  ���to. Cily water and light, with stable and one acre garden. Apply P.O.  Rox 285. 50-2  POTTAGE ' FOR   SALE  OH  liENT.-  Apply box "S" Record 52-1  TO   RENT-    Furnished  room.  with  use of    bath.    Heated.   Apply  .1. A.  Bigger.  52lf.  FOR RENT- Furnished room, Central  Apply  Box  "C"  Record. 52tf.  TO   RENT-  .Stable.    Room  for  two  horj.e.1, rigs and feed. Apply,     J.   A.  ���igger.  5.-tf.  TEACHKR WANTED  Cjutilified Protestant teucher for  Oleuroaa School. Duties to cominen.'i*  at. noon ub pouuihlt'. Salary $(i5 per  month,     Femnla preferred.  Apply     Lo  THOS.   II.   HOCKEY,  Sery.  GHenroaa P.O., Westbank, B.C.       -'iltf.  :    Tlie   present    effort., of the    British  Columbia  Fores!  Service are in     the  direction    of    co-operating    with the  loggers in  the burning of slash.    Too  much cannot be said in favor of   thfc.  ! progressive manner in which the lead-  1 ing loggers and timberraen of British  t'olumbia  are  co-operating  with    the  Government for fire'protection.  Early  this spring a number of cainpB    were  visited by  represent/at iveM of the Forest branch, th- qU-Hft-on of nlash burning was discussed and circular letters.  I wore stmt lo all loggers asking    their  ' co-operation in slash burning.    As    a  result about 6.000 acres wero   burned  iliis     spring.   Representatives of     ths  Forest/ branch  are  now  visiting     tho  nroaa in quosttoti securing data on the  coBt of methods of burning. Tho    experiences'gnin.xl will be used to-"   entourage further burning this fall. Thift  'process will be continued until     slash  I burning becomes general in British Columbia as it  is now in the neighbor-  'ing State of Washington.���H. B, Mao-  Millnn,  Chief Forester,  Lands Department of British Columbia, .  830 REWARD foi- return of brown  borne, r> years old, -white spot on  forehead, I blaok feet, branded 9Lon  left shoulder. Bert Uobinson. West-  bank. 49-52  Black Mountain School  District  FOUND  UAY FOR SAI.E-About 30 tons timothy and Clover in stack at Ttntland.  Apply A. H. Johnston, Ruiland 52-1  FOR SALE-I.adies Pet driving'mare.  I years old, so\md, gentle and thoroughly broken for lady or child, to  handle. New Buggy, harness, robes,  etc.    C. K. Woodman. ' 52-1  OrND-^-adrift a Bma.ll sail boat. Own  .��r can have same by proving property and paying expfusoB. Box,"S  M". Record.   , ' ! 51tf.  MISCELLANEOUS  LOST���  Brindled     deer-hound   puppy.  Reward if brought to Mrs. Pitcairn.  ���  Ptfhdoei  street.���������-������ ,  ,52-2  RUTLAND  The trustees are calling for tenders  for ths erection of a driving ahed on  the school ground?., 16 x 33 feci. The  plans nnd speedfientions can be seen  at  the Rutland store.  - ALSO -  Tenders for !iR cords of 4-foot wood  (fir or pine). 10 cords to be d"livered  by Jan. 1, 1914 and 15 cords by  Nov. 1, 1014. Wood to be stacked  for measuring. Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be  sent to S. Cray, secretary, not Inter  than Dec. I, 1913. 51-2  ���-K1I.I.ER OF MOUNTAIN PINE"  By a prompt campaign against a  flourishing colony of dark booties on  the Ochoco national forest in Central  Oregon, the government iB eliminating  a danger which threatened lo destroy  millions of feet of timber.  Some authorities claim that the  amount of timber killed each year by  insects is equalled only'by the annual  loss from forest fires. Among the most'  destructive of these insect enemies are  the dark, beetles, one of which, the  mountain pine beetle, is responsible  for most of the damage in the Ochoco  forest. This deadly insect is 1��sh than  a quarter of an inch in bngth, but  bears the ponderous scientific name of  Dcndroetonus monticolae, which, being  interpreted, signified "killer of the  mountain pine."  SPIRILLA CORSETS  Including waists for children from  1 to 14 years. Mi". .1. fl. Davies will  be at home each Monday to receive  orders between the lions nyf '0 a.m.,  and G p.m. New Lakeview subdivision  (ucnr Bankhead). P.O. Box 62fi. -48-57  Do you know that there is a vast  difference in cranberries ?   The Cape  Cod Cranberries are the first on the'  market, and  are  far and away the  best of all.  <fl    In the first place they come from the Natural Home  of the Cranberry.  <fl    In the second place they are the Best Tasting of all  Cranberries, and ���  ^    In the third place they are Better in Color.  Thus you see they are Richer Looking, More Delicious Tasting, and  Better Jellying than any other cranberry. If you make them up now  they will keep indefinitely, so that  you can do this part of your Christmas preparing and save time later on  as well as having better  Cranberry Sauce  OR  Cranberry Jelly  on account of using Cape Cod Cranberries  3 pounds for 50c.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  IN every city there exists a class of  women who require the latest and  correct styles, made up in Snappy,  distinctive models at reasonable prices,  commensurate with correct design, manufacture and finish.  This class patronize our store.  Our styles are conspicuous for  It's their varied effects and a cer-  the tain touch of distinction���a  Snap touch that classes them as  that    unusual.  does   People requiring merchandise  it        out-of-the-ordinary in conception and treatment will find an  inspection interesting.  Pale Pink Paillette Silk  Overdress  of   ninon-de-soi  and  tunic of   gold  beaded net.   Very delicate  $50  Black Paillette  with draped ninrtn of.net embroidery; in black  an'd white, caught up at side "with heavy buckle  overdrape of beaded fringe $40  Corn Color Mica Satin  with overdrape of pale yellow net Embroidery,  gold beaded drop under, with heavy brocaded  silk.   Exceptionally ��� mart    $45  Grey Satin, with Overdress  of Net, prettily embroidered in self Velvet and  caught up with buckles of Cerise Satin $27.50  Quite inexpensive.  THOMAS LAWSON, Ld.  The perfect filling of your gown depends upon the corsets you  wear, nnd since this ye.r's modes border upon the extreme, to be  properly corseted is more important than ever. You will get a  really up-to-date model���one 'that suits your figure perfectly��� by  asking for v  A la Grace Corsets  They  give you perfect ease and comfort without sacrificing styl:  mam

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