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 IP  ffelrttm*  VOL. VB.  NO- I,  Uttwb  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914.���8 PACES  $1.50 Per Annum  Council WO Dial  Labor Bureau to be Established  as Relief for Unemployed  Mk�� mott other towns at the present time Ktiowna hat itt unemployed  problem, and tht ntoettitv Ior making  soma effort to deal with the distress  eriaing ham thit cause formed the  Principal tubjeot of disouatioa at the  meeting of tbe oounoil last Friday  morning. ��  The subject wat introduced '��� a deputation from tht Kelowna Benevolent  Society, which in a humble way hai  been doing Hi bett to deal with tome  of the worst oatts oi want., The deputation consisted of Hrs. Millie (president), Mn, W. 0. Cameron and Mrs.  .r. Ball.  Mrt. Millie read a statement to the  council setting forth tht work which  had been done during tbe pretent and  past year by tht sooiety, with a de  tail account of tht receipts and disbursements. - The society was prepared  to continue thit work but lack of  funds compelled them to oonfine themselves chiefly to the distribution of  clothing and other goods wh oh ware  donated, and the necessary assistance  in cases of sickness. The supplying  of groceries and meat to many who  were actually in want of food wat  unite beyond their means and they had  therefore appealed to the counoil for  tome assistance. It had been suggested the council should provide some  kind of relief work for the most needy  oases for whioh "><vmcnt could be  made at a low rate, in order that it  would be confined to those who were  actually in dire need of the necessaries  of life. The council could also establish tome kind of labor bureau, and  act at a medium between citizens who  could find odd jobs to do, and those  who were in need of auch.  A system of thit kind would enable  those who ware at pretent utterly  without any meant of iu*"v��rt, though  willing to work, to tide over the worst  of tht winter. The ladies of the l3��nu-  volant Society knew of many esses  where it waa absolutely necessary that  . something be done nt oaoe to save  families from starvation.  Mr. Geo. McKentie, who was present  spoke on the matter from tho p.-int of  view of the local merchant. Ht taid  that the storekeepers were doing room  than their share of local relief work,  bv having to give credit to persons  who had no idea when they wmil 1 lie  able to pav their aocountt. 1'he merchants were " finding it neca.nr ry for  the safety of their own businesses to  discontinue this, and when, that wus  done the position would bocomt more  acute. He wat turt I hit tne council  would receive the strongest m 11 a,it  Irom the Merchants' Association in  anv stept they would take to provide  relief work.  It waa patant to every member of  the council that definite aotion could  no longer be delayed, and various  ways and meant were discussed of  coping with the situation.  It wat decided therefore as a prelim-  ary tttp to eatablith a Labor Bureau, anid endeavor to furnish work  for tht 0 really destitute who could  make application at the city efflet,  where a list would be opened at onoe  by the citv clerk. At thit wat to be  a relief measure it wat itated that all  applicants for work would be subject  to investigation bv a tpecial committee of the council and only deserving  persona who were reallv in want would  be given work.  Alderman Duggan, Rattenbury    and  Sutherland were  <inted a    tpecial  committee   to   work    in conjunction  with the Benevolent Society.  A letter was read from Color-Sergt.  Finch requesting the counoil to have  tent to tht Kelowaa boys of the R.M.  R., stationed at Rogeri' Pan on military dutv a few indoor garnet, luoh  aa chess, draugnts, etc., alto tome  books to while away the tedium of  their lonely work. It wat d��iH��l to  oontult wilh Capt. Rote, of the R.M.R.  Inspection of Laundries  The following Utter wat read   from  Ktiowna Steam Laundry:  To the Mayor and Citv' Counoil,  Gentlemen.���Nearly a year ago we  made a request for the inspection of  all laundries and restaurants in Kelowna, whioh request was handed by  you to your health committee, where  it apparently died. May we be permitted to again urge the nooeusity of  a very thorough inspection of laundries (there art now five of six Chin-  tee and one Italian laundry betides  our own.)  Wt claim that any laundry may be  very eaailv a menace to public health.  We come under the Factory Inspection  Aet, and have to live up to >->ven)-  ment standards and we would like to  wt tome standard aet by Kelowna  ' for us alt  Tours verv respectfully,  -    Kelowna Steam Laundry  Per S. M. GORE.  The Health Committee was renuetted  to nbtain the assistance of the Medical Health Oficer and of lhe Chief ol  Polios for an inspection.  The B. ('. Antituberculosis Society  'wrote thanking tht citv for the WO  donation patted at a recent meeting.  The Board pf School Trustees wrote  asking the oounoil to support a claim  they had made     to tht pound-keeper  for damage, done by some stray horses  which had run over the school lawn,  cutting it up considerably.  The clerk wat instructed to request  the pound keeper to collect the sum of  110 and pav it over to the School  Trustees.  The Union of B. V. Munioipalities  asked to be supplied with municipal  news of Kelowna, and to the oity clerk  wat delegated the duty to tend information from time to time.  Alderman Rattenbury reported that  he-had been present at the final test-  inn of the new auto fire truck, whioh  l">d been of a very satisfactory nature  , He recommended that the truck be aooepted by the city.  . Mavor Jones said ho also had boon  present at the trial run and hn  thought the oity was to be oon^rat'i-  lated upon this addition to the fir.a-  fighting apparatus.  It was decided to aeonr). delivery of  the track and "��v the rema'nder of  the purchase prioe.  For the Position of driver nf the  truck there Were four amplications  read, vis., from Charles Harvey. Alaix  Crawford, James Patterson    a"d Neil  Dalgbish.  Tt was decided that a salary of S40  ner month be paid for the service an'1  that it be left with the Fire Driva-le  to select and recommend a oandidu'c  for the Position.  While on the matter of the fire 'ran'  Alderman Rattenbury stated tliH. *  a result of his correspondence with  the Board ol Fire Underwriters wilh a  view to ascertaining the effect of tlir  ourohase of a fire truck nn the re  duction of insurance rata, he had been  informed that a representative 'I tiie  Board would visit Kelowna in the'ne.r  future for the purpose of goinar into  the matter of fire insurance rates. Tt  'was decided to form a atronv committee ot ntizen" to submit the city's  claim for lower rates to tbe Board's  representative.  ' Recommendations of the Park  Committee  The minutes of the last meeting of  the Parka Committtt wero read at the  request of Alderman Duggan, the  chairman of that oommittee and certain recommendations made were confirmed by the oounoil.  One resolution passed at the Meeting  referred to wat that G. Balsillie he  appointed grave digger in the |>lsoe  oi D. McMttlen. in consequence of  complaints as to delays to fi-nerals  caused by graves not being ieu ly in  time. The committee also recommended that a joint ourator bt appointed  for the Park and Cemetery. .  The minutes contained a report Irom  Mr. Crowley that he had arranged  with Mr. Raymer to oonstruot cages  for the animals in the park with thc  intention of paying for the same out  of publio subscriptions. Owing however to conditions created by the war  he did not feel like aiiroaching people for donations tor this purpose and  suggested that the bill of IS 1.27 be  sent to the counoil for payment.  The attention of tbe counoil was  also drawn to the dirty water whieh  is run into Mill Creek durir" the irrigation season, and a request was  made that the matter he t'iken up  with the provincial government.  The committee also reported having  ing deal with the resignatioo of Mr.  L. Taylor from tho oommittee owing  to a dispute over the cutting down  of trees on Bernard avenue. Mr. Taylor, however, had boen persuaded to  remain on the committee at least until the end of the year.  A resolution was passed confirming  tbe aotion of the Park Committee in  these mutters.  The following aooounts were passed  tor-payment:  K.F. Oxley, fire brigade order I 2S.00  Okanagan Telephone Co. rente    91.U0  Hop Lee, refund, road tax       2.00  D. McMillan, digging graves ...    20.00  6,  Markham, oleaning  , 619.00  Rl N. Clarke, care ol Kelowna  prisoners        8.00  A. A. Anderson, refund eleotrio  light guarantee deposit   ...    24.70  C.P.R., freight      42.03  Chat. Cowon, lire brigade order      S.00  A. L*M oNaughVon,    engineering foot      20.00  Harry James, interpreters tuts     2.50  Kelowna   Garage   ft   Maohine  Works Co. Ltd., balance on  auto fire truck ...     138��.30  H. W. Baymer,    constructing  shelter in park      81-27  Crehan, Martin ft Co., auditing fees      28.52  G. H. Dunn, petty cash       10.35  Dr. Huvckc, oxamining lunatic     6.00  D. Leckie, supplies      30.40  James Ar Trenwith, supplies ,. 60.15  H. 0. Blair, waterworks acct.. 4.28  H. f��. Blair, waterworks acct..      4.50  W. R. Trench, stationery         3.30  Palmer & Rogerson. Park acct.    20.50  P. B. Willits k Co., stationery      2.90  Salvation Army Rescue Home  Vanoouver,   donation   for  maintenance   of    Kelowna  persons      25.00  GERMAN SUBMARINE AND DKS-  TROYBR SUNK  The Admiralty announces tho sinking of a German submarine in the  North Sea oS the coast of Scotland,  bv a British natrol boat. The crew  of the submarine was rescued.  A Copenhagen despatch states that  a Danish vessel collided with and  tank a German torpedo boat destroyer in the North Sea. Most of the crew  were rescued.  "BOBB"  |By Kudyard Kipling,  Sail that little red-faced man, that's Bobs;  Rides the tallest hots ho oan, does Bobs.  If it bucks and kicks and rears  'E will sit for twenty years  With a smile round both 'is tars, will Bobs.  German Advance  Russia is Breaking Down  Petrograd Claims Victory Over Enemy in Poland ��� Decisive  . Victory in East May Hati.-n End of War  Mattors have continued with vary  little change in Franoe during thi  past week, and the almost total dcail-  look whioh has fallen upon operation,  there still continues. News of feverish  preparations by tho Germans, a great  and supposedly final onslaught for  tbe possession of Calais are all that  we are hearing just now. I  Though little is heard of them it is  understood that active preparations  aro being made at all the vulnerable  points alone the British ooast to repel  anv invasion should thut be attempt-  ed. i  (iermany's scheme lo establish a  naval base at Zeebrugge has .wen  thwarted bv British warships. The Admiral! v announces that on Monday all  ooints of militai'v significance in Zeebrugge were subjected to a severe  bombardment by two British battle-'.  ships. The British ships later retired  safely. I  "After    British aviators has  recon  noitered the cleverly hidden    Herman,  ���run positions along the coast," says t  ���Sluis   correspondent,    "a combined j  attaok  was  undertaken by the  Allies  infantry against the German trenches, j  The uttackers   were   aided hv-a bombardment bv the Anglo-French squad-,  ron, consist inn- of three small oruisers  and numerous torpedo boats and tor-,  oedohoat destroyers, whieh cnmeoln*e  to the coast.  "The Hermans replied with heavy artillerv fire, The bombardment lusted  three hours Monday afternoon. The  coast guard buildjnp and the public  schools were destroyed.  The military trains at tho Bplv��v  works were blown to fragments, and  the large crane whioh was being used  for putting submarines together simply disappeared. In desperation the  fierniane tried to remove their stores,  including the material for making  Zeppelins, but found sections of theii  railway blown up.  "For weeks the enemv had be.n collecting stores and fortifying Zeebrugge  in the ho"e of making it a strong na  v��l base, N'ear Westende two German  batteries were silenced; but the British and French squadron was forced  to retreat, owing to the good marksmanship of the (set-man artillery,  which damaged one of the destroyers.  When the Allied squadron drew ofT,  Zeebrugge was burning, and tho population had fled in all directions."  Ul.NDEKBUfiG'8 ARMY IS IN  RETREAT  i.i-m-rul Von Hindenburg's army,  which last week was sweeping toward  Warmiw on the second advance  through Poland was reported from  IVtrograd to lie retreating after ex-  iM'iioncing severe reverses inflicted b.V  tho Russians, who, reinforced, made  a brilliant stand between the Vistula  and Wartha Rivers. 1'he Hermans admit being checked. Both sides tell  that Herman reioforoements were hastily brought up and another greut  1mllie in likely on the Posen frontier.  Hindonburg has four hundred thousand  men, but Petrograd savs they hnve  been badlv out un manv being taken  urisoners. The others will need reformation nnd rest.  Produce For  Distressed Calgary  An appeal has been made from Calgary to the growers of this distriot lo  mako up a oar of any surplus Iruit or  vegetables whioh mav be uvnilnble for  the relief of the frighMul distress which  is prevailing in 'hat town. The ('.]'.  It., whioh has been approached at Cal-  ararv has undertaken to convey such a  oar tree of all obarges, and tho Calgary  branch of the Satvnlion Army has undertaken to look after its distribution  to the most deserving oases. Tho Kelowna Produce Conipunv at Calgary  has also agreed to tee that the produoe is hauled from the car to the  Salvation Army Barracks.  At this end the B,��0. (Irowera Ltd.,  havo taken the matter up and have  undertaken to look after the assembling and shipping of any supplies hand-  od to thorn.  Thus the whole ot the cost ol transporting the produoe from here to the  unfortunate poor at Calgary has lieen  eliminated.  There has boen a good harvest this  year in the Oknnfumn and there must  be a good deal ot surplus fruit, potatoes, onions and vegetables ot vari-  aius kinds which will not Nnd its way j  to s markets Culls and second grade  produce it too valuable at a time like  thia to be wasted, and it is surely  the dutv nf aU who have surplus Iruit  or vegetables this year which thev can  Attempt to Assassinate  Geo. Sam '*  Thu polioe of London, Ont., asserted  Tuesday that by the urrest on Thursday last of three Turks they frustrated an attempt to assassinate Major  Hen. Sam Hughes, the minister of militia. Tho authorities say that letters  found in possession of the prisoners indicate dearly that un attempt was to  be made on tho lite ol General Hughes  on his arrival in that oity.  A privato sale of furniture at Hr.  Frederic Armstrong's homo, ('adder  avenue on Tuesday and Wnln'sday,  December 1st and   2nd.    Some     bar-  neither use nor sell, to see that thev  get into the hands of those who aro  in groat need.  Waste is always deplorable, but at  this unfortunate time of universal distress it is nothing short of a sin.  ff any person this winter allows good  food to be wasted from lack of offort  to seo thft it gets into hands where  it wiil be applied to relieving distress  lie is guilty of a crime���and a mean  ono too.  In the case of this particular oar  which it is desired to ship to Calgary  all particulars may be ascertained by  enquiring ot the B. C. Crowd's, Ltd.,  Phone 909,  Temperance Workers  Hold Mass Meeting  To Stimulate Fight for Local  Option in B. C.  An enthusiastic rally of supporteis  ol temperance was held in the Presbyterian ohuroh on Thursday wrung  ,ast under tbe auspioes of the W.C.T.U.  and (iood Templars. Mayor Jones  presided. The meeting started with'  the singing of the National Anthem,  which    was    followed   by the hymn,  "fight the Ijlood Fight" and prayer  by ltev. J, C. Switzer. His Worship  commented on the faot of the Nation  al Anthem being sung before the meeting and indicated hia sini-oval of such  a course. He thought that one of  the many. things that would go daawn  to history would be the wonderful  teniperauce movement on '.he ether  side of the line. Four more slates  had gone dry, makin��� a total of 14  that now haul' prohibition.  During a recent visit to the United  Stutes he gave some little attention  to the temperance question there. lie  was lor a ahort time in the state of  Illinois where he wbb visiting a friend  in a large oity with over 50,000 population. He was surprised to find the  city a dry one. They had tbe idea in  Canada that only a few small plaoes  could do without saloons. This city  had an hotel whioh, while not quite  equal to cortain first olasa hotels in  Vanoouver or Victoria was still a very  'rood ono. He* tasked if the hotel paid  and was told it had no diffioulty in  keeping its doors open yet it never  sold a glass of intoxicants. There was  no liquor said within the limits of the  city. Fifty per cent., of the people of  the L'nited States were living in prohibition territory and seventy-one per  cent., of the area of the United States  had prohibition. One-half the people  living in licensed territory were found  in four states. Ho thought that when  thev loaiked at the map of tho United  States und saw the advance thev have  mado there thev would agree that the  temperance movement wub making rapid progress.  Hr. Evans, representing thc I'aptistH  was then called upon to spi'ak, his  subject being "Influence of Alcohol op  the Home Life." In the oourse of !a  very interesting address he ment'oncal  the feet that tho word "home" was  found only in thc Knglish lungunge  One writer had said that homo wns  life and love; another had said It was  life and love that made tho home  Four walls never made u home. There  was nothing that could mar and l<ie,al  up a home auicker than ulcolwl. Tie  could i,ivo illustration after illustration of voung couples who had entered  into married life, very h i|juily and  joyously, bound together in tho first  stages ait their new life, und he hail  watched how that threud of love had  become loosened as the days went on  Th?y would hardly have known in  somo cjises that the parties hid ever  loved at all, and would aoaicely realize that thev knew anything a'aout  home-life. Why? Simply h-Tjiuse  tho husband had bocomo so  addictod ta, the cup that na? nl.aiv was  so sweet to him as the eluL. Alcutaol  oan really and truly spoil the mo*:  lovelv home ever erected lav lav., human hearts. Alcohol ������ut destroy the  strongest man if indub/od in loug  enough. Alcohol could make the father anything but a father in a ward,  oould make a man loving, true - nd  generous into a boing low,:r than tt.e  beasts of the field. Thoy I..id seen it  in Kolowna themselves. ITe utged thu  voung men and .v.iane.i there t'vi  night never to take the liist glass,  Mrs. Brooks sang "There is n a  Song'i, after whioh Hr. W. .1. Clement  "ave an interesting address on "The  Economics of the Liquor Duration."  His remark* dealt with figures, shining the enormous waste in every de  pertinent of national life and Coin-  meroe due to the existence of the liquor traffic. He also quoted authorities to tfcow that drink wat responsible for a lar-e nroportion ol deaths  retulting Irom different diseases In  conclusion he Btated that there were  (���162,1100,000 wasted in Camilla por  vear through the liquor- trniTic, or ���20  ner head ol tke population  Hr. P. B. Snashall gsvo a reading  entitled, "The Re-Submission Or'nV.  after which the I'm. A. Dunn, in thc  course of a few remarks bearinar on  Hr. Clements' statistics said that a  business man ol Kelowna had told him  the other day that he need not go far  to see the retultB of the liquor traffic  This business man showed the inanlur  his books which revealed the taot thnt  mott ot tht bad debts were those a>f  mon who were moonlight flitters and  were addicted to drink.  Hr. Gh S. MoKenzie then sang *G|ve  us this Day Our Dailv Bread," alter  whioh Hr. L. Vt Rogers disoussel various schemes (or the control of lha>  liquor traffic that had'been tried with  a oertain amount of success in different parts of Canada and the United  States. They could, he said, see the  evil effect of tho liquor traffic right  in their midst, and the time laad cr.mo  for them to riso in tJwir might to see  if they oould not strangle the monster. Of thc five schemes, i.e., lioense  reduction, prohibition, looal option,  Cothenbiirg system and liconso, he  thought prohibition was the most  satisfactory but looal option the next  bett scheme if we oould not get prohibition. Before they could hope to  make any advance in regard In   con-  Miry  Show is Now Open  .Exhibition Building is Filkd  With Large Entry of  'High-Grade Birds  The winter show in connection with  the Kelowna Poultry Association open  ed yesterday in the old exhibition  building on Kllis street for the reception of birds, and the officials were  busy until a late hour arranging then tries, and (retting the show in readiness for the visiting public.  The entry this vear ia large und includes some of the finest stock ever  shown in the valley, and on that account alone a visit to the show by  all lovers of poultry would' be amply  repaid.  Todav (Thurfldav) iudgip" in in progress, and the lank will no doubt  prove a heavy on?. Thu show will  remain open until Friday evening.  Amongst the exhibits is a display  bv the government imultry branch of  the Department of Agriculture of model houses and un-to dat- noultrv up-  oliances, and a plentiful simn'v of bulletins dealing with noultrv mattors  will be on hand lor distribution.  * Last night Mr. II. K. Upton. or��\in-  cial poultry expert lectured to an interested audience on the "Disease" of  Poultry" and .the best methods of  combatting them. Mr. I nton has had  loin*- and wide t-xnvrience in al) ooultrv  mattt'iH. in addition to being a careful student of the scientific aspect of  this important branch nf agriculture.  He taid particular OJtnhaUl on the  importance of wise selection of healthy stock of n vigorous typo as i In*  best means of avnid'n t trou'de, and  i��ave manv valuable wrinkles upon  how to distinguish the -nod strains  from the bad. His remarks werr illustrated with a number ol I'-n-em view*.  Tonifht Mr, Votnn is lo lecture on  the subject of "PoultTV Hreedin/."  Canadian Recruiting  on Larger Scale  iA general order wn.-�� .--pnt out. from  the militia department recently advising the commanding ofiicers of the various military districts to make the  necessary preparations tn carry on recruiting on a larger scale.  This has been done in order that  the now seheme outlined by Sir Robert Borden in his statement wheroby  the forces under arms in Cm ���'" ��i'i  be increased from .Wt.hni tn 58,1101),  while Canada's contribution to the  army at the front will be increased to  103,000 mon. may bo carried out ns  expeditiously as possible.  Successes  Against the Turks  The Press  Bureau  has made    public  the    following,  issued by the Marquis '  of Crewe, dealing with military operations at the head of the Persian < ��� n I f:  "The recent occunntion in the Persian Gulf have been crowned with oven  rrreatei" and more rapid success th-n  was anticipated after the signal defeat inflicted upon the Turkish forces  on November 15th and 17th.  "The latter, abandoning all further  resistance here fled, leaving eight guns  and many wounded in our hands.  The Valis of Basra and Ba^dnd accompanied the defeated Turkish forces  in their flight up the Tigris river.  "Basra lliver, a port on the Shale-  larab, sixty miles from the Persian  Gulf, was occupied on November 2lsl  bv our naval and land forces."  *.*..*..*   Jt.t.   m     t   �������� t. ���*.->-���*-. *-A.t..��.J,.��..��..t>..t.  VTV ���|T-|,VTTn"��,TVTV,ni��� ������**T  tU 4a  *   NKW MSHOP OF KOOTKNAY   t>  + +  A  telegram has just been re- ���>  + ceived ronveyinjr    the informa- +  ���> tion that Dean   Downe   of Vic- ���>  4* toria*    has boon elected  Bishop ���)���  ���;��� of   the   new diocese of Koote- <���  ���{* nay. i  aft .>  tt.*-  t   tv^t   ���._!_.*   ���    ft. .0   t^t�����.. I. .t>..t���t)._l_.��L.t_  V^t V Imm'*-V*rVTV IttwItPVV"|*,VV%���I"  trolling or conquering the liquor traffic thev must first coonucr themselves.  Let them realize thoir responsibilities  nnd arise to their onoortunitiee and  prepare'to deliver society of the curse  that is hanging to it at the present  time. And how were they going t >  do it? Bv i*ttpressine uoon the minds  of legislators that they should put a  statute upon the hooks giving them  tho opportunity of having local option  if they wished rt. They were always  willing to shift the responsibility for  the cause onto the liquor men. but at  the present time the man who is s -II-  inp- liquor is doing just as respect aMe  a business as tho man who sells hymn  books and Bibles���because ho is licensed!  MV. Hogers con ���ludort a rousing address by urging all pcot-ont bo do  everything in their txjwer to hau'sh  the curse Trom the land.  The proceedings wore brought to a  close bv* ap-ain sininnc the national  anthem, and bv votes of than1** to  those who contributed to tho evenin/a  entertainment. mmmmwrnm  PAGE TITO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 191'  KELOWNH RECORD  Published evtry Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subtcription Rata:  ��� I.<0   par raar:    7��o.. all   aaoaalha     Dallad  Mail*. 10 east. aaMitlaaal.  AU aabaoripiioaa parabla la arivaaao..  Advertising Ratet:  I iiDUK N0TICB8. FBOFESSIONAL  ('Alll)S.  ETC., 28 oaata pur oolumn Inch per weak.  LAND AND TIMBER N0TICE8-S0 dav.. tt:  tO dan. (7.  IVATKB NOTICES-*) lor five inaarliopa.  I.BOAI, ADVERTISINO-rtrat    inaartion.    11  caala par haa: aaaaa aabwaiaunt inaertioa, t  otata oar liaa.  i. I.ANSI Ft Ell ADVERTI8EMKNTS-2 cola pn  word lint iaawtioa,  1 cat per word  pea  ��� ubMajueot iaaartion.  DISPLAY    ADVCRTISEHENTS-Two    inelii  '.wl  undue. BO won per  inch first iiipertior*  owe two iwhtM 40 osais pw laok lirst is  ���iirtiop: 10 Mali per inch    ��-n-h ���iil.��-enu��ni  ioMftloa.  All duiiKM Id ���Mtraot advert.ftanv-nti mutt  it ia tlw band* ef Im printer bv TumiU-  ��� vi'BiM    to   ���uuii pubbastioo in tht    nest  lUttt,  LOANS TO FARMERS  The question of government loans to  farmOTB for the development of agriculture, a need whieh wan very strongly emphasized in the report of the  Itoyal Commission on Agriculture in  It. t',, which toured the province last  year, is again being brought to the  front and is belnc advocated with  gfeat enthusiasm in manv quarters.  In a circular letter sent out hy the  Silver (.'reek (Salmon Arm) Farmers'  Institute each institute in the province is asked t<> take immediate action towards urging the provincial  government to enact legislation giving effect to the recommendations of  the Koyal Commission respecting farm  loans.  Practically every institute in British  Columbia has shown its keen interest  in this matter bv rosp'u.ions laid before the Inst institute convention.  The government has promised to  take action at the next session of the  legislature. It is up to us. says the  hitter, to let the o-ovornmcnl know that  we still want this legislation nnd thai  We want  it now.  It is quite true that there has been  a financial name and that war has  made new enterprises impossible. But  that does not touch this question. We  want the act passed, the machinery  got ready and then, when the war is  over we will be in a position to take  advantage of the first o^*"i"vinitv to  raise the needed money. We are en  titled to this.  And it mav nol be necessan- to wait  that lone.' St George Paish, British  financial expert     nnd adviser to     the  Imperial (government, now on this  continent, has stated that such a loan  could easilv be floated in London today, because it would tend to increase  the productive capacity of the empire,  and that placing such a loan for  such a purpose would in no way impair the credit of the province for  other needs. ]t is reported that Messrs. McKenzie & Mann have recently  secured fifteen million dollars for the  completion of the Canadian Northern  and Sir Richard McBride has suee-ed-  ed in raising six millions for the Pacific Great Eastern. Sfurelv the farms  of this province, upon which its prosperity must finally rest are as good  tecurltv as either of theso propositions  If the farmers fail, neither '.f these  railways can pay its debts.  I). (!. EATON  Secretary  Silver Creek  Farmers'  Institute.  It  is for the    purpose of discussing  this Important matter that a meeting  of the Farmers' Institute is called for  Saturday next in tho Board of Trade  rooms at .1 o'olook.  PARCEL.    POST   AM) THE FEUIT  GROWERS PROBLEM  Jn the shipping of fruit by parcels  post direct from the farmer to the consumer the Penticton Farmers' Institute sees a solution of the present  marketing difficulty and the prospect  of greater returns to the fruit grower, as evidenced by the following resolution which is being submitted to thc  Central Institute Convi ntion in .lan-  uarvi  "Whereas the growing of fruit, both  in the eastern and western provinces,  has become one of Canada's leading  industries, and whereas the returns  from this business, particularly the  growing of soft fruit, hnve become so  unsatisfactory as tn threaten the very  existence of the industry. And whereas  this state of affairs is duo not so much  to the want of a market, which is  ample, nor to the prices ��� aid bv consumers, which are centrally reasonable, but rather to a combination of  excessive or unnecessary charges between the grower and consumer; the  result being that V'hen boxing charges  freight or express rates, commissions  to selling agencies, brokers, jobbers,  and wholesalers hnve been satisfied,  hul a small percentage and sometimes  nothing whatever of the selling price  remains for the "-rower. And whereas  in the opinion of this Institute this  slate of affairs can only l>e remedied  hv bringing the grower as nearly as  nosstble Into direct enntact with the  consumer bv means of a parcel post  system!  Therefore be it resolved that the  <u -vernnicnt of the Dominion of Canada be, and is herehv. petitioned to  anient! ihe nresent  Parcel >T>"t  svsteni.  1st.���Bv incivnsin-- lhe 'veltrhl   of the  '���reel to at least 25 ������-������������nl*.  2nd.���Bv (r-rentip" a ��-,'"*in1 rn-e op  fruit, durinc the shinning s��ason, the  said rate    not to exceed  1  cent     pe.  NO ALUMl  ^PRUTTED ON THE^  Hagic  baking  POWPf-fl  pound and to cover at least three  provinces outside that in which the  fruit is grown."  THOSE BUTTER REGULATIONS  The "Canadian (Irocer" called the  attention of those interested in the  butter trade to the legislation which  went into effect on the 1st of October  regarding the necessity for all butter  in packages or wrapped in parchment  naper being labelled "Dairy Butter."  Another word may not be amiss. This  means that no dairy butter can be  bought or sold in plain wrappers or  unbranded packages. No butter can  be bought or sold under brand or  separator. The words "Dairv Butter"  must appear on the wra��-*"i-r or Package in letters nt least a quarter of  an inch square. It might again be  emphasized also that all butter in  prints must be of the full net weigh!  of 16 ounces. The nenaltv under the  act is a fine of from ?10 to 830 for  each offence.  This new legislation it will be noted  applies as well to the nerson buying  as the person selling nnd therefore affects everybody engaged in all branches of the trade. Grocers will do very  well to bring the matter to ������he attention of anv butter makers who ntnv  still be bringing in their Product in  plain wranningB. When butter must  be so labelled evfcn when mixed with  dairv butter and dairy butter retains  its "label" though it be mixed with  the creamerv product.  Do vour eves give vou trouble? If  so consult Knowles' Optometrist. He  has had 16 vears experience.  Salmon Arm council has undt-r consideration n bv-law ��rovicKn��- nn annual salarv of 8250 for Mayor and  8150 for Aldermen.  SHEEP RAISING IS PROFITABLE  Conditions in Canada are as favorable for raising sheep as for cattle,  horses and swine. Yet we find these  latter have rapidly increased during  the past 35 years, while there has  been a considerable decline in the  number of sheep raised during the  same period. Various reasons are  (riven for this falling off. Mutton and  wool prices fell, and sheep keeping,  conducted carelessly. brought little  profit. The thorough-goinz sheepman,  however, did not find it necessary to  abandon the business, and he has  consequently reaped the reward of  good prices and cleaner and richer  land.  Much effort haB been out forth to  further the swine and cattle industries, but sheep culture has been allowed to drift along with the current of indifference. In 1011, however  work was undertaken by the Ontario  Department of Agriculture having as  its object to stimulate this neglected  industry and to demonstrate that  sheep raising pays. Nine flocks of  from ten to twelve grade ewes per  flock in various parts of Ontario,  were used in the demonstration.  These were owned \y the farmer in  each case and the work was conducted in a manner quite within the  reach of all other farmers who own,  or should own sheep. Interest on the  capital invested in the flock and the  cost of feed were in each case deducted from the receipts. In every  instance substantial net profits were  made, the average beinc within a  few cents of $39,00 per flock per year,  or 13.50 per head. Leading sheep papers of the United States are forecasting good times for .sheepmen, and  do not seem far wrong; when it is  considered that during the war there  will doubtless be thousands of sheep  destroyed in Europe: it would seem  to be an opportune time for those  contemplating entering upon the  breeding of sheep to "et a few breed-  in"- ewes and start n flock.  It does not cost much to start in  business, and the monetary returns  are rapid: the wool and the lamb  crops are saleable annually. Sheep  cat almost all classes of weeds and,  as their manure is rich and evenly  distributed, they are creat soil improvers. Expensive buildings and  constant  care are unnecessary  "Sheep-raisim* Pavs" Try it with  a flock of ten or twelve Trade" ewes,  nnd"a oure bred ram. and increase  the nrofits from vour farm and at  the same time, vou will be clearing  and enriching vour land.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  ''KEI.OYl'NA L01X,E������  Me(li.'P!a .very Taaeaday evening,at8p.m.,  atth ��� re.idence of S.M. Goat, Pattaraon Ar.  Pail,lie invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE,  Preaident  S.M. GORE. Sec  P.O. Box 382  '/' ''*������!���  ���The  Store of Plenty  The Store that  Serves You Better  and Charges You Less  Look at these CASH Specials  for Saturday  Then act quick by girnf u jnt orden  Choice Coffee        - - 35c lb.  Ground Freth while you wait  Sago. reg. 3 lb. 25c, Sat. - 4-lb. 25c  ���  Vernon Tomatoes, large tins 2 for 25c  Quaker Peas      - - 2 for 2 5c  Canned Fruit  Peaches, Cherries, Blueberries - 10c  Another shipment of that  Choice Butter in 14-lb. bxs. at $5.15  For Quality, Satisfaction and Lowest Prices  Try  THESTOREOFi  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  5 per cent. Discount on Monthly Accounts  'I  Do not spend your money  NOW  Wait for the  ^c?fcnKQ��*\  Great Gigantic Patriotic  Benevolent Sale  next month, which will be put on by  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd.  The greatest slaughter of Men's Clothing, Mens  Furnishings, Men's Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes  and Fancy  Christmas Presents for Men ever  put on in Kelowna  Why call it Patriotic and Benevolent ?   Because we are going to give TEN PER  CENT, of our total Cash Receipts to the Kelowna Benevolent Society to assist  them in their Local Relief Work this winter.  All the money you spend at the Sale will be kept in KELOWNA and TEN per  cent, of it will be given away for the benefit 6t the families who are in great need  of help  For full particulars of this great Patriotic Sale see our ad. next week, also the  Circulars we are mailing to every person in the town and district  tteYiflfjrrft  VfaXcjtwO**)  OAK HALL  Clothing Company. Ld.  {C^fmXmmVmtyf}  m-i^^^p  . -  Big Patriotic Shows  at the Opera Mouse  on Friday, Dec.  ^^mnTnT^r  ^mm  5,000 feet of Film taken by order of the British Army Council  and shown by Royal Command  Before the King and Queen  The Duke and Duchess of Connaught  Here for One Day Only  Matinee at 3.15  Admission - Children 10c;   Adults, 25c  Two Shows at Night, 7.15 and 9  Admission - Children 25c;   Adults, 50c THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 19U  KELOWNA  RECORD  TkGmtm  MILLINERY  SALE  We have just received from England a large  assortment of. ������  Suede Leather Outing Hats  These should have been here two months  ago and owing to the delay we shall sell them  $7.50 hats for   ..'-,'-     $4.50  These will be shown in the window  on  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30th.  Christmas  Goods  Natty Tea Aprons, each in separate fancy  box   Each.  50c-,tO $1.75  Boudoir Caps in Fancy Boxes  50c to $1.25  Boxes of Handkerchiefs from  15c to $1.75  Christmas Ribbon, for doing up parcels, &x.  Piece of ten yards for 40c  I  Jerman Hunt  Wnfaflt Dry Pine and Fir, 16-  W  V    mtmWmimT\Jm ��� Guaranteed drv waxxl ready for buraii  ���in.  I ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Order* may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Invettment Co.  (Phone 96)  Kelowna Opera House  Next Friday  November 27th  Oliver J. Eckhardt presents  James Guy Usher  in the Triumph of Western Dramas  The  STRONG CAST  Great  Supported by the popular  Eckhardt Players  Divide  Elaborate Scenic Production  War Prices: 25c; 50c; 75c; $1  Seat* on Sale at Crawford'* Store  of Food Every Day  Enormous Task before Commissariat Department  The soldiers who are fighting in the  many armies of Europe eat 11,500  tons of food each day. Ihese 'inures  are baaed on the allowances made by  each oountry for each man in war  time and averaged bv an authority on  commissariat.  It is figured that the average for  each man is 2�� pounds of food a day.  It has been stated that there are from  8,000,000 to 16,000,000 men now on  the battle lines. Jutt what the real  figures are it is impossible to determine, but 10,000,000 is probably nearly correct.  The war has lasted close to three  months and it iB assumed that in akl  davs the 10,000,000 men have eaten  337,500 tons of food.  A box car on a railway will carry  about twenty tons. This meant that  to transport the food for one day for  10,000,000 men 560 cars would be need  ed. If these 660 cars were divided  into trains of 40 cars each, it would  mean fourteen miles drawn by the  largest engines in the country.  Each nation has its own system of  feeding ita men, and now it is realized  everywhere that to enable the men  to fight at their beet they must be  fed proprclv. England feedt itt army  from behind. That is, - it sends food  trains to follow each division, and  these, trains, equipped with the different foods, deal out to each regiment  provisions, which are served to the  men or are cooked and served from  the kitchens. The French alao furnish their men with food, especially  when they are fighting on the defensive, as thev have been so far in the  present war, but when thev are in  an enemy's oountry thev follow largely the systems of the Germane, that  the countrv shaaai'd sunrort the army  as far as possible.  With the British arms jams and  sweets form a large part of their food.  It has been said that the British soldier in the field lives well and often  has what might be termed luxuries. He  eets his meat, 12 ounces being allowed  each man. Then he has 16 ounces of  potatoes, 8 ounces of fresh vegetables  when they oan be procured, 3' ounceB  ofmilk, an ounce and a half of sugar  and a quarter of an ounce eaoh of tea  coffee and salt.  The French ration is somewhat differ  ent. It aonsists of 32 ounces of bread.  9* ounces of meat. ���''.', ounces of fresb  vegetables and one ounce of sugar.  The French soldier also gets, whenever possible, about half a pint of red  wine and coffee.  The daily field ration of the German army is 26 ounces of fresh bread  or 17 ounces of biscuit, 13 ounces raw  meat, fresh or salted, or 7 ounces ol  smoked beef, pork, mutton, bacon or  meat sausage, 4 ounces of rice or 8  ounces of pulse or flour, or 52 ounces  of potatoes, coffee or tea. sugar and  milk.  These various ingredients are not  doled out to the men to cook for them  selves, but the food train uses them tu  make stews and to be cooked in different ways and then when llaev are  cooked the men are served. Kuch  soldier has what is known as a haversack ration and an emergency ration.  At the end of the dav the men, if  tbe field kitchen has not arrived' will  take out this haversack ration, and  tretting in little arroups will cook meals  over fires thev build.  With the Russians there ia again a  different syttem. The liuBsian soldier lives on bread and stews. The  Mold kitchen follows the army, and the  system works ao well that it is always  on hand when wanted, and the soldiers  always have stews, coffee or tea and  bread. The stews are made of everything that is furnished bv the government���meat, beans, rice and fresh vegetables and fresh meat, when it can be  obtained from the dittriot in which  the troops are operating.  The soldier also carries in his haver-  tack what it termed an emergency ration. Thia cannot be touched except  when absolutely cut off from supplies  and when the owner is almost starving  for food. In the Britith army the  soldier haa to show this ration at  each inspection; and should it be milting he must explain why it has been  used. This ration consists of a cake  weighing eight ounces, which is mode  of ohocalate, deqaicated ergs and milk  casein, and it will be sulTioient to support a man for twenty-four bows. A  man can live on this food, but he  will not grow fat on it.  In the German army erwur.it is high  ly esteemed as an emergency ration.  Thit it a mixture of pea meal, fat  beoon, herbs, onions, etc., put up in  the form of small sausages. It is  manufactured in government factories  and the secret of itt manufacture was  purchased by tht government from  the inventor tor f26,000. It ia not  gtnerallv liked, however, bv the men,  and ita chief value lies in the faot  that it it more easily transported  than mott other forms of food, and  that H it verv easily prepared tor  use.  The French have an emergency ration which it made of concentrated  meats and peas, and which can be verv  easily made into soup. Dried peas  and a preparation for pea soup are  also used in the British army for  emergency rations, and are used when  light quick march.����� are to bt made.  The Germans in the present war  have been able to follow thit plan, so  that it it probably that thev have not  had to draw very largely cn their reserve stores.  This system of making the country  through whieh thev are Passing support the army has had its advantages  and itt disadvantages. As the present  war has been conducted, the German  army hat bttn ateadily advancing and  Royal Canadian Navy  as it is Today  Dominion Government Issues  First Navy List  The first Canadian navy list was  publishes last Friday by the Naval  Service Department, and contains some'  interesting information relative to the  ships of the Boyal Canadian navy.  The flag offioers are: Vioe-Aalmiral  Charles to. Kingsmill, director of the  naval service, and Bear Admiral Wm-  0. Storry, B.N., superintendent of tbe  Eaquiimlt dockyard.  There are two Captains, Capt. R.G.  Corbett of tbe Niobe, and Capt. li. H.  Martin, who has charge of lhe Halifax dockyard. The former is lent by  the ttoyal Navy. There are six commanders, but only two of these nre in  the permanent Canadian service, Cini-  manders Walter Hose of 'he HWnbow,  and It. M. T. Stephens! '.he cbi-f of  staff. Three commanders aro temporary: John T. Shenton, Henry Thompson and F. W. H. James. C'jmmander  C. W. Trousdale of H. M. C. S. Earl  Grey, is attached from ihe Inireriul  navy. One Lieutenant Commander  John H.K. Clegg, is also 'emporarily  attached.  The ships belonging to the Canadian  navy are the Diana, shore establishment at Halifax- the Niobe, a cruiser  of 11.000 tons'; the Bain'-mv. a light  cruiser of 8600 tons; the Sheirw.itar, a  sloop of 080 tons at Esquimaltj and  the Shearwater II. shore establ sh-  ment.  There aro thirteen Canadian fleet  auxiliaries, the Malespina, Galiano.  Bestless, Newington, Canada, Curlew,  Albacore, Guinare, Petrel, Scotsman,  Gladiator, Constance and Mar-nret.  Three officers of the volunteer reserve are serving on the Niobe and 18  at Esquimalt.  Two submarines bouarla' iust before  the opening of the war for the Pacific coast waters, are named "CCI"  and CC2." The former is in command  of Lieut. Adrian St. V. Keyes. who is  also named as commander of the submarine flotilla, while the other is in  command ol Lieut. Bertram E. Jones.  WHOLESALE EXECUTIONS IN  ARIZONA  With the statement that his heart  had been saddened by tho verdiot of  the people in declining at the present  election to abolish capital punishment  Governor Hunt, of Arizona, said that  he would allow fourteen condemned  prisoners to die on the gallows an the  dates originally set. "As December  19th had been designated as the execution day for eleven of them, there will  be eleven hangings at Florence penitentiary on that day," said the gav-  ernor.  has    passed    through a country   rich  in resources.  Thai! fighting part of the army  sweeps on to some new point, and after the battle hat ended and Un men  have tattled down for some hard earned rest, the kitchens ooano un aud furnish the soldiers with the ovening  meal, and again in the morning, unless  the men are surprised by some early  attaok or an order for an early attack  more food ia furnished. As soon as  the new territory has been conquered  foraging parties visit all the farm  houses and villages and seize everything of food value for the army.  The inhabitants are told that they  have to furrieh food for so many men.  Every vestige of food that is growing  in the fields is gathered, the hay is  seized for the horses, and when the  army moves on it has devastated the  country, house and field, iust as an  army of locusts would. That works  well for the armv unless it meets with  a reverse, and then should it have to  return over the same ground there are  no more stores to be seized, no more  food to be obtained, the retreat becomes a rout, and men, hun^rv ana  tired, rush on to get awav from the  enemv and to get back to their own  country to find more food. It is the  same for horse as for man.  Catering for the army haB become  a scienoe. Each country has ita e��  perts, who have figured out just what  is needed for the men who tarry arms.  Eaoh has figured just what is necessary for all climates, and men who are  Bent to cold climates have different  food from those sent to war in the  tropios. Thev have learned, too, what  foods will be bett to nourish and sustain men in thtir tremendous work  and have selected foods easy ot transportation, and which have as little  waste aB possible in preparation. This  has been, done for two reasons. It  is absolutely necessary that the mon  should have pood wholesome food, and  it is also an important item that Ibis  food should be put into ns little space  as possible in order to facilitate its  transportation.  Eaoh army has its own rations. One  ration is for the army when on a peaoe  footing at home, and the other for the  men when they are in the field fighting. Germany and Franoe, too, have  another ration for the men when they  are taking Part in the manoeuvres,  and with these two countries these  rations are verv similar to the war  ration.  In all countries bread forms the  most important nart nfthe rations.  The British allow their men 24 ounces  the French 32 ounces, and tho Germans 26' ounces to each man. This  bread is baked in thc army ovens. The  German ovens are drawn by motors,  and they arrive with the troops as  soon as the battle is over. For each  division there are twelve ovens, and  these can turn out 30.000 loaves of  bread a dav. The doup-h is mixed in  the usual wav. Sometimes this bread  is turned out in biscuit form. Each  man receives two rations, whioh he  carries in his haversack. Each ont of  thete ovent oan turn out 2.500 bread  rations t day.  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  D  oors  Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowns Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commande a beautiful view of the town, lake and aurrounding country.  Ideal Fn.it Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMOKE. Don't miee the opportunity of tflrrring a few teres of thia desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg -    I 7.00  Pensylvania Stove      -   17.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  Phone  66  W.HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Washing and Repairing  for Men  E. GUIDI, St. Paul Street  it prepared to undertake Laundry  work and Repairing for Men  Best Work at Reasonable Charges  COLLECTION AND DELIVERY IF REQUIRED  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  .   Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have ��� large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-g rade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Lorporated I9(M)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackamithing done.     Weighbridge.     Oata crushed.     Fence post., Milk,  Dotatoea, Applea, 6tc, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 ;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office :  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch O.facc :  9 to 12;   I to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  Bargains for Saturday  All kind' of Household Hardware on  Special Bargain Counters at slaughter  prices. Also Special Discount on Hrat-  ing Stoves & Ranges for Saturday only  a*  Morrison-Thompson  phone 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  Prime Fresh  Meat  Fed locally, and carefully  telecteJ, it all we tell. We  are building up o ir buii-  neti wilh Saiitfi-al cm-  tomen, and we want to  make jo I one  Ws with to make it plain that we have no connection with  P. Burnt ft Co. or any other business in town  W. LUDLOW & CO.  Prompt Deliveries Phone 123  WATER STREET (Behind Bank of Montreal)  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  lli'laalaaiml'll'ras     for    Xmat     pifta    at  Parker's.  ...  Mrs.  Frederick Armstrong will    nol  racoivo am Friday, Deoomber 4th.  ...  We iiiai'k and mail gift* to the ulal  country free of charge at Parker's.  ...  The regular meeting of the Kelowna  Study Club will be held at the home  of Hrs. ,1. Dayton Williams on Thurs  alay. December 4th.  ...  A meeting of the Farmers' Institute  hat, been called for Saturday aflernanaai  at 3 o'clock in the Hoard of Trade  roomt, to discuss the question of a  syaatem of government  loans to ftu'in-  Mr. J. Levitt left last week f r the  coast for the purpose of seeking aal-  mission to the Army Service ( orps,  with the second cootingont. He has  already served some time in thai  branch of the army  ...  The ltev. Thomas flneene, with Mr.  Lionel Taylor, Mr. P. A. Taylor anal  Mr. V. DuMoulin left Mond,i>- morning  for Nelson, where til a meeting a>f tho  Anglican .Svnaaal and repreasntntiva's  Irom the various churched a bishop for  the new dioavso of Koolvntiv is ha-int?  elected.  ...  A social evening wns luald last a-va-n-  ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II.I)  Rigtrs at which a large number of th.'  Baptist church rongraagat ion were pre  sent.  ...  Mr. Armstrong of the Okanagan College will occupy the intlaait at the  Baptist church both mornin" anal evening on Sunday.  ...  The Ladies' Hospital  Aid  a 111 meet  next  Mondnv. (Joy. 80th  it ') o.ni.    in  tha' Board a,f Trade rooms.  ...  Daan't forget ta> nay a visit lo   Ihe  Poultry tallow which is being held    on  Thursday  and  Friday  of ihin  fti+k in  the a.Id exhibition building.  ...  The Anglican church will hold a sale  of work in lhe I'urish Hall from  Thuraday to Saturday, DiHwiuber 3rai  4th and 5th. This will take the  place of tne "Otde Knglish Faire" for  which arrangements had been made  and goods pura'hasod and donated  before the war. The articles received  from the old country include household linen, printed cotton bedcova-rs,  hand knitted socks, pottery, bankets,  etc. Everything sold will be of a useful nature and it is liopa.1 that a substantial sum will be added ta thc  building fund to which the procecdi  will be given.  RESULT OF PATRIOTIC CONCERT  The proceeds of the patriotic concert, which was held in the Opera  House on the 30th of Ootober amounted to the grand total of 1357.20; the  monies have been disbursed for local  relief and the following acknowledgements have been received:  Kelowna Hospital, Kelowna B. C.  On Nov. 16th, 1914 the secretary of  the hospital received from the Kelowna Relief Fund, per the Patriotic Concert, one half of the proceeds amounting to 1178.60.  G. A. FISHER, Secretary.  Th? Kelowna Benevolent Society  wish to acknowledge the receipt . of  1178.60. being part proceeds of tbe  Patriotic Concert. Our Society with  to tender their sincere thanks fortius  generous contribution ta, their lelief  work.  M.  LOUSE  ROWCLIFFE  Secretary.  Mrs. D. McFarlane and Ma. P,  Brooke went down to Penticton Hon  day for a short stay with friends.  .   .   a  Airs. Stewart, sitter to Mn. L.    V,  Rogers, left yesterday for her home at  North Bay, Ont. '  ...  Mr. W. E. Adams returned Saturday  last from a business visit to Vancouver.  ...  Mra. Lionel to. Taylor left Monday  morning for the old country, owing to  thi' illness of her Hother, Mrs. Stirling.  ...  Servioes in the Methodist church on  Sunday will be conducted bv the pat  lor. The morning theme will be "Some  Th'ngH to be Thankful For," -nd the  evening theme "Called to the Front.  Tho choir will render special music.  ...  The Kev. W. T. Beattie will toko at  his    subject   next    Sunday    evening,  "Hope,.the Anchor of the Sjul.'  ...  The second of the winter count ol  lectures at the Bethel church, Benvoulin, takes place neat Tuesday, Deoam-  ber 1st. The speaker it Mr. L. V.  Rogers, and his subject "Imperial Cooperation." Refreshments will be serv-  ed by the ladies. Admission 25 cents.  ...  The    residents of Woodlawn district  are up   in arms    over   the persistent  chicken stealing which foes on there.  ...  Next Monday evening in the MHno  disl church the Rev. G. R. B. McKinney, BfA., F.R.G.C, will rive a lecture on "Mountain Climbing in the  Selkirks and the Rockies.', illustrated  bv 100 magnificent colored pictures.  The Rev. McKinney is well known  throughaut Canada nud the largtr cities of the States for his lectures on  the mountain peaks of Canada, several  of whioh he has had the honor of  nainin". He was ono of the fint  to scale the heights of Mt. Bobton,  one of the highest mints in the Rockies. For his work -nd lectures in this  caannection Mr. McKinney was recommended lor the honor of Fellow of the  Royal Geographical Society. The lecture should bt well worth hearing.  BIRTH  CORBY. Cn Tuctdav, November 34th,  to Mr. anal Mrs. P. Edmund Corby,  a son.  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  Between the Preebyteria* uidLnfliahcharcKe*  Plant Bulbs Now  Hyacintha (Dutch and Roman), 60c to  $1 per doz.  Daffodila (Emperor, Van Ziora, double)  50c per dot,  Vic, Bicolor, Paper while, Barri, 35c  Portecua (ornatua at pheasant eyed) 25c  Crocs., Snowdrops, 20c per dot.  Cut Flowers  Carnations, Cfaryeanthemums, 50c doz.  Violet.  Pot Plants  Fern., Palms, Flowing Plants  Perennial, for Fall Planting  Freah cut Lettuce  Agenta for Coldetrttms: B.C. Nurseries  Orders taken for ahrubs and trees  P*lmer k Rogersoa  Phone 88 Box 117  Sf '8SMS"1* M'tvmi'iiunvtTxnrrntx.  TRIBESMEN FROM AFRICA FIGHT FOB FRANCE  Here is a detacbement of Algerian foot eeldiere patting through Arras,  one of the strategic oa inis if) tho Allies' lines in France. These swarthy  men from Northern Africa have proved io be brilliant aoldiera in the present conflict. Time after time they have mode brilliant bavoi.et charge!  against tht German trenchec and art masters of bush fighting at on the  British native Indian troops. ._.  .  THTJBSDAY, NOVEMBER 91, ��U  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 210 KELOWNA, B.C.  WtfmftfmuTOmumff-tfOm^  "^���^'^^.^WrJl^^l^.W!^JIr^WlaWl^W.t^.^^^^^J^*.t^e^7^^B?iT^^e\^^#SJ  Xmas Groceries  Our stock of Chriitmat Groceries is now complete and we are  quite prepared to meet the coming Xmas rusk. We endeavor  always to maintain tbe utual High Standard of Quality. Price  is not our first consideration���Quality is first���and the tame  price to all  Shop Early at Campbell's  Selected  tttdtd Raisins, 16-oz.  pkga. 2 for 25c  Recletned Vastizza Currants, per  Pt*. lie  Rtclttatd  Columbia   Currant..  2 pkga.   25e  Lemon. Orange aad Citron Peel  Perk 20c  Shell Almond., per lb 60c  ..   walnut*     .       60c  New Date*, per Ib 15c  Bleached Sultana Raitia*. lb. 15c  Figs, thro crown, per Ib.  ...ISc  _   auprtnu large, tb 20c  ���   nasal palled 25c  Ground Sweet Almond., Crotst  & BltckwetTt, ptr tin 65c  Alraond Paate.' Batchere' ...60c  Icing Sugar, 2 lbt. 25c  Brown Sugar, ) Ib ISc  Dtmartra Sugar, ) lbt. 2V  Cooking Molest**, ptr da ISc  Crtabtrriea 2 Ib. J5e  Conway Comforts, ptr lb... .40c  A Corner in Cheese  Roquefort Cheese, per Ib. 60c  Gorgonzolt    �� ���        ......60c  Roman ��� ���        ......60c  Canadian       ���        ���   new 25c  McLaren,* Cream Cheese,  jar...35c and 65c  Fish  Kippeied Herring, per lb  ISc  Salt Labrador ferriage, 2 IU. 25c  Kippered Black Cod. par Ib 25e  Finnan Haddie, 2 lbt.  JSe  Arcadia Sail Cod. 2 lbt. 45c  Sweet CidW  Another barrel ef cider.   Let at  hart year orders for thit ttrly.  Par gallon. .  DillPicldes  Everyone like, data���  Htiai't Dill Pickle*.  Bulk  K  Heiat't awtet cucumber pickle*  Pint  25c;   Quart  45c  Hainz'a tweet mixed pickle.  Pint 25c:  Qu.it  4Sc  Hainz'a Mincemeat, per tb ...25c  Tbe above lint* guaranteed  free fmra alum.bVruoale of Sod*,  other drugt tad artificial prater.  valivaa.  S^taibaCaaataTa]  D. D. Campbell  Phooe Three Oh!  PImm Three Oh  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  .  KM  bSKMbb THURSDAY, NOVBMBEB 9ft, 1914  ���a��a��������   ' t    .  KELOWNA KECOSJ)  PAOETHBM  HARNESS  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  Large stock to select from  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  All Repair parts for same  This department is in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient service  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran    Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street fie Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  Furniture ai Factory Prices  Iron Beds, brass trimmed, heavy posts and  filling  $3.25  Bed Springs, extra quality  $2.50  Combination Felt Mattress  (4.00  ,     $975  Brass Beds, 2-in. post  $15.00  Bett quality spring    $3.50  All Felt Mattress, with best quslity sit ticking...   $7.25  $2575  Dressing Tables, with Britith bevel piste mirror   $6.75  Wash Stand to match    I4XW  - $1275  Don't forget our  5-drawer, drop head, Singer Machine at $35.00  Or our  97-piecs China set, at only    $20.00  Kelowna Furniture Company  Lower FVices on Ford Cars  Effective August 1st, 1914, is Auiual 1st, 1915, and  guaranteed agaiaal any rejection during that lima.  All ears (pflr equipped f.o.b. Ford, Ont  Runabout - - - $540  Touring Car - ��� $590  Town Car ���"*    -      -   $840  da Baa Paji.il. aaTaaaJa aatr)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail bujrtr* ol otw Ford cart from Aufuat lat,  1914, to August Itt, 1915, will ahara ia th* prottt of  tht company la th* wttnt of $40 lo t&O par car, on  sach car thay buy, PROVIDED: wa aall and deliver  50,000 new Ford can during (hat period.  Ask for particular.  Ford Motor Company  Of CANADA UMTKD.  BURBANK MOTOR 00.   .   ���   KELOWNA B.C.  When thtv reach Eo-vni there will be  keen competition anion*- the German  (runners at to who than tret tbe first  thot at tht Sphinx.  .   .  a  A military order issued Monday announces that the eighth company infantry regiment recently authorized for  British Columbia wHI be known as the  107th East Kootensv regiment.  .  *  .  A despatch from Warsaw say* the  German general* Ton Bredow and Von  Bromel committed suicide at Sohent-  tochowa, Russian Poland, after a German defeat.  ...  - The usual course of instruction in  tbe schools of Germany cannot bt continued because 40,000 teacher* are now  at the front. Teaching culture to  one's enemies necessarily inter.'tres  with home instruction.  I   Prince August William, Emperor Wil-  \, Item's fourth son, sustained a fracture  , of the thigh and severe contusions   of  the jaw, as a result, of a motoring accident   while making a military    tour  according to on Amsterdam despatch.  .   a   a  Great Britain has prohibited the exportation   of   tea to   all continental  ports except thoae of the countries of  the Allies and of Spain and Portugal.  This prohibition is due to indications  that Germany it   receiving large supplies of tea through the Netherlands.  ...  Great Austrian victories are denied  by the Servian authorities. The Servian troops retreated from their positions around Valjovo, which they bave  defended two months against superior  forces. Today they hold more advantageous positions and thev confidently  await the attack of the enemy.  ...  Over 110 members of tbe Italian parliament, comprising Radicals, Constitutional Democrats and Socialists,  have formed a federation to combat  the neutrality attitude and strive lor  Italy's participation in the war on thi'  side of Britain and France.  ...  A larger army and more ships for  the navy were recomnmadtd by Count  (Jkuma, the Japanese prime minister  at a meeting of the government parties colled to arrange their program  for the Imperial Diet which will assemble on Dec. 6.  ...  The British Temperance party expresses gave doubts concerning the results of the increased beer tax on the  national sobriety. Some consider that  the chief result will be to make many  abandon beer for spirits, 'temperance  legislation hat systematically lightly  taxed spirits. Mow beer will approach  is   prioe,   tht cheapest whiskey at   a  drink.  ...  The Qppeiihajien correspondent of the  Daily Hail says he learns from Berlin  that placards art potted nightly in  the suburbs of the German cap.t  demanding peace and containing  threat*. Tht ponce tear the potters  down, but thev always appear next  night, and the authorities do not seem  anxious to catch the offenders for fear  of drawing    attention to the     peaoe  agitation.  ...  living near Midway, B.C., are two  brother, of Captain Giossop of the  cruiser Sydney, which put the cruiser  Emden to rout snd rid the sea lanes  of the German terror. Their names  are Major F. Giossop and Commander  U. Giossop, and both are extremely  proud of thtir brothtr'i test, news of  which wtnt around the world. Captain Giossop took charge of tht Sydney in 1U12 when that vettel wot first  commissioned and took her to Australia.  ...  A message from Copenhagen ttys  that Berlin military circlet estimate  German lottos up to tht pretent at 1,-  360,000 in killed, wounded and misting. Thit estimate, however, doct not  include tht tack,��who ore estimated at  about 500,000. It it added thnt tht  lilt of actual ooauoltiet admits of lot-  set of 980,000.  ...  It it officially announced that General DeWet's rapidly dwindling rebel  lommand became surrounded bv Loyal  foroet iu tbe vicinity of Bothof, on the  Vaal Biver. DtWet succeeded in et-  aaping with only 36 men. The remainder of the fore* turnwdered. Two tons  of General DtWet and teveral of the  chief offiotre of Bfewet's rebellion surrendered to the magistrate at Capetown tht lott dav of tbe amnesty period.  ...  Beuter'i -Amsterdam corretpondtut  state*: "Tht German authorities  again rtnomajajirl that all Englitb  Hid>jecta���women, children and girls under IT,   clcr-'-mnn and doctors,    and  ther men over 55 vears of age���leave  Germany. The officials sav that until November 90th these people may  rlioott any train for their departure,  but after that dat* tfcr-  will he trans-  arted ia Partial oa oertain dav*."  Count von BerottorS, tbe German  ambassador, tiled a note, with the  state deportment at Washington Saturday comolaininir of viaiaii >n�� of the  Geneva Bed Croe* convention ol July  0, IMS, of which French troopt are  alleged to hove been guilty. The am-  baaaodor accompanied the note with t  lamg note Irom tht German office mak-  | ing detailed charge*. Tht charge* declare that German wounded were treat  1 rd roughly and brutally, sometime,  robbed tod tn aome case* mutilated  and murdered. The compltinta alto  declare* Franc* troooe attacked German Held hospital, and robbed them  of their penonatl aad -equipment.  Since the outbreak of the war,- Mr.  Asquith said, more than 700,000 recruits had joined the regular army and  nearly 300,000 had joined the Territorials.  .   *   a  ! The British Embassy at Constantino-  ole has been ransacked, the liiiebian '  hospital    pillaged,  and all  foreigners  .more or less seriously abused. Many  arrests among all classes of the population are reported.  i ...  I Pclrograd despatches sav the Ger-  , mans have bombarded Libau a second  time, directing their fire against the  most Donulous quarters. A great  manv inoffensive peon'e nrincipallv  women and children were killed.  ...  United States secret service men  and navv radio experts seeking hidden wireless stations, sunn"sed tq_ be  violating American neutrality, have  found a hitherto unknown station at  Eeenada, Lower California, not far  across thc United States boundary.  ...  Hon. Hugh MacKenzie, hivh commis-  lioner for New Zealand, says hit Do  minion is prepared to tend 50,000 sol  diers. If Great Britain had had half  a million men ready for service on the  continent, he said, thia disastrous war  would never nave haranened.  ...  It is declared on supposed good au  thority that the Germans have been  maintaining what is described as a  naval station outside Valparaiso,  Chile. Here tbev brought toeelher a  number of vessels having on board  coal end provisions. Chilean papers  sav the government is determined to  Btop these breaches of neutrality, even  at the cost of war.  ...  The order-in-council, making it a  criminal offence to circulate or possets sai- called seditious anti-british  and German papers, which are coming into Canada from American cities  is to be rigidly enforced, it it laid  The penalty is $5,600 fine or two  years' imnrisonment. There is said  to be a heavy circulation of such  Papers in Montreal.  ...  The discovery of the microbe oaiis-  in��� eiinarrcnc in bullet wounds is announced from Paris, the physician*  'who have accomplished this result being two American members of the  American ambulance servioe. A serum  is being prepared and it is believed il  will make amputations unnecessary in  innumerable instances,    and     prevent  the loss of thousands of lives.  ...  A conference will shortly be held in  Home to decide Italy's attitude towards war, it is learned on reliable  authority. Ambassador Marchei, thi  diplomatic representative in London  left for home this week to attend the  meeting. Messages from Paris and  Petrograd said tbe Rome government's  ambassadors at both capitals hod been  summoned home.  .   . - .  The newspaper Independence Beige,  which has been published in London  since the occupation of Brussels, has  reoeived news from Cbarleroi, Belgium,  that the large blast furnace* there are  running night and day incin rat'ng tbe  corpses of German soldiers killed along  the Yser line. The bodies of Ihe boI  diert are being brought to Charleroi  by rail. The coal mines ol Charleroi  bave been reopened and  the     miners  are working two or three dav* a week.  -.  .   .  Thirty tons of books, cons'stint? of  60,000 volumes have been reoeived at  Salisbury camp for the use of tbe  Canadians. Four libraries have been  formed at each camp, in charge of a  board of chaplains, l'eriodiciilt are  being received by the carload. Major  Stacy, divisional chaplain, suggests  that the people in Canada sbould  form circles in each township for  writing letters to the men from their  own district in order to keep them  naisted on home matters. Long letters, he odds, from the lads in camp  must not be expeoted, as the work is  too     strenuous    now   to permit    of  lengthy letters.  ...  The Germans art evidently planning  an attempt to burn tbe Allies out <f  the trenches in Northwestern Belgium.  It is certain that thev have provided  themselves with large numbers of huge  barges tnd vast quantities of crude  oil. The belief is that they intend to  fill the barges with oil and launch  them upon the flooded area between  Dixmude and the ooast. The barges,  upon burning to the water's edge,  would let the oil run out, and as the  oil would float, the whole region  would lie converted into a great sea  of fire. Tbe fighting in the north Is  mostly with artillery. The weather  I'aindrtions continue to be frightful.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER 4 CONTRACTOR  ���*     'Plans and Estimates  Fioiahiag work a apacialty  Ofcca i No. 6, Crowley Block. Kalowna  P.O. Bot SI I  W. EASTON  Picture Frarn.r and Cabinet Maker  Ceneral Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  Ommm  WRENCE AVENUE  tkalarWaa Malar Cera*a  Barron Strain For Eggs  I imported a pen each of Bull Orpingtons and White  Wyandottes from Messrs. Tom and Will Barron respectively, Lancashire, England, last January, and now 1 have  some very fine cocWels for stock birds, and for this  month only (November), I will let them go at $3 and $2  each.   Tenns: Cash with order only.  Some of Mr. Tom Barron's recent wisiisf s  1911-12 4th Prize tnd Two Silvtr Medal* in the Philadelphia North American International Egg Laying Competition (100 pent competing, 12  month*).  1912-13 International First Pits* in the second Philadelphia North American International Egg Laying Competition.  1912-13 Internationa! 1st Prise and Cupa and Medals in the Missouri  State International Egg Laying Competition held at Mountain Grove,  Mo., U.S.A.  1913-14 2nd' Prist at th* third International Egg Laying Contest held at  Victoria, B.C.  Also Timothy, Clever and Oat Hay  A. W. COOKE, Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kclowna  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of  Leather���including Harnett, Bools  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Beltt, 6cc.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone - 347  WATER STREET.  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliaracea for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which I taave hod many yean  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  demcM 4 Ran. olSca. Waaolatle. A��.  RajanicrBTcacIa Riciater Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eat.matei Furnialied for all clest-ei.  of work  GRAYS  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  is note open  EVERYDAY  (except Monday)  Cell end arrange e eitting for your  Christmas Portraits  Hours from 10 lo 3  Rowcliffe Nta. p~o��c Block  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  :���(*    Eetihutet furniahed on ell descriptions  of woodwork  1 Plena end Specifications prepared for  town end country reaidence���  .THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  til fitted wilh Bath Rooms,  W.C., hot water, etc.  P.O. Box 185  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lesra Kelswss 9 s.s.., 3.30 p.m  Lssnt Wertbtnk 9.3* sm., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Lssvet Kelswns 11 i.b.  UsmWesttssk 11.30 s.s>.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND!  BUILDER 4 CONTRACTOR  Plan**   Specification*   end   Estimate* \  Furniahed  Offifft  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCr.SS  MAKES VOUR IUUSTRATIONS  "    UTERALLY TALK   e.hurAciu.to in wtiruiN canaoa  Bv thiClIIANdDiBBuIncC-I  AOSSTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer    "  Large* Studio* in tha Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pcadozi Strest,   ���   Kelowas  Frank Knapton  tot t She Repairer  NEXT TO TAirs  SHOE STORE, ON  BERNARD AVNE.  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY HI  ���������-  ^jf"*"- ���'���-���"   f^H'l  PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 36, 1914  II Kaiser Antichrist   Big Additions  Proptocy   Made   in   1600   Predicts  11 in Cuui.uk End  A part of an extraordinary pro-Vcv  in Latin, made by Brothur JohatineB  in (be vcar ltilM) ii quoted in a recent  Unite of the 'Figaro'. In deoi'<>*orinfi-  the alloeory it must be remembered  that thu Cook represents Franc.;, the  Leopard Encland; the White Koplu  Kussitt; the Black Ei.-'le, Germany;  while the 'hoter' Eagle is for Austria;  an.I tin' Lamb stands for Justice, Hardy, Truth.  ���"Towards the year 2000 the Antichrist will manifest himself. His annv  will siirpass in numbers* nil that can  be iiii.iiNned. There will be Christians  ainontr his legions, and there will be  Mohammedans and Ravage soldiers  emnn" the defenders of the Lamb."  The Battle of I'.agles.  "For the first time the Lamb will Ik  all red. Thero will not be a siuglw  spot in the Christian world ;hat will  Dot be red. and red will bo the Haav-  cn". Ihe Earth, the Waters and even  the Air, for blood will flow in the  domains of the four elements at once.  The Bluck Eagle will throw himself oji  the Cock, who will lose manv feathers  but will strike back heroically 'with  his spurs. He soon would be crushed  were it not for the help of the Leopard atul his claws. The Black Eagle  will come from the country of Luther,  will surprise the Cock from another  side, and will invade the country of  lhe middle of it, The White Eagle  coming from the north, will Burprise  the Black Baffle nnd the 'other' Eagle  and will invade the country of the  Antichrist from one end to another.  The Black Eagle will see himself forced to liberate the Cock in order to  fight (he White Eagle, and the Cock  will pursue the Black Eagle into the  country of the Antichrist to help thi  White Kaglc. The battles fought up  to them will be as nothing ro�� | a red  to those which will take placo in the  Country of Luther, for the Seven  Angels will together pour into the fire  of their censors on the impious Earth,  which signifies that the Lamb order  the extermination of the race of Antichrist. Whon the BoaBt sees that he  is lost, he will become furiouB, and  for manv months the beak of the  White Eagle, thc claws of ihw Leopard nnd the spurs of the Cock will  furiously strike at him. Thev will cross  rivers over the bodies of the slain,  and these, in places, will change the  course of the waters, The/ will bury  onlv the men of noble families, the  leading commandants, and the princes,  because to the enrnage will be joined  the wholesale'death of those who will  din of hunger or the pest.  "The Antichrist will ask manv times  for peace, but tho Seven Angels who  walk in about as the three animals de-  feuding the Lamb have declart-d that  peace will onlv be granted on the condition that the Antichrist be crushed  like straw on tho threshing floor. The  executors of the justice of the Lamb  cannot stop fighting as long as the  Antichrist   possesses soldiers  to  Big Additions to  Jritisl. Navy  Over Twenty Warships Launched Since  War Began  The war Iium been'in progress 115  (lays anal aluriiiL' that time Britain ha��  added to her fleet 21 new warships, or  about one vessel every five days. Hos  (ilities began at a time when a large  number of vessels were on the point  ol completion, either for the British  navy or lor other powers. The result  is that by a Hide extra effort it was  possible lo make very BUbslant'al additions taa the lighting Btranglh. Hern  is the list:  Oreailnaui/hts  Tarns  Airinioiiit    27,511(1  Benlxaw     25,1X111  Emperor ail India    .������������  25,0(10  Erin     23,000  Battle Cruiser  Tiger  ',   28,000  Light Cruisers (89 knaits)  Arethusn   ?,7M  Aurora   3.7511  Calatea ���.ff   �����I75D  Undaunted  :',750  Armaan'al Cruisers  llumbcr       1,260  Mersey       ''260  Severn      1.260  Flotilla l.eaalers 131 knots)  Braike ..'      1,600  Faulkner     1,600  Large Destroyers (20 knots)  Lance      1,000  Lava-lock       1,000  Leontdea  1,000  Lookout   1,000  Lucifer   1,200  Meteor   1,200  Mines   1,200  Miranala   1,200  Tiie British Army  The famous Uflic'iil "'"ilm of the British Anar   Council  against them. That which makes the  dqeree aaf the Lamb so implacable is  that the Antichrist has pretended tai  be a follower of Christ, aanal taa act in  His name, and if he does not perish,  the fruit of the Redeemer woulal    baa  lost. and the doort aaf Haala'S Woulal  prevail against the Saviour. The fight  which will take pliia-e where the Antichrist forget his armies will not be in  any way a human fiialtt. (This may  have reieranoe to I'ssen, where the  Krnpp worka, are, and manv author!-  tia-s believe that the decisive battle  may  take place in Westphalia.)  The three animals defending the  Lamb will exterminate the last, army  ol the Antichrist; but they will be  forced to erect on (he battlefield a pyre as large as a city, for the. bodies  of tha' dead will chnnge (he aspect of  the countryside, as there will be  mounds of tho slain. Tho Antichrist  will lose his crown, and will die in  solituale and mndncsn. His empire  will be divided into twenty-two slates  but naanc of them will anv longer possess fairtrcsb-es, armies or vessels, (fur-  iim.lv enough, this number coincides  with the number of Herman slates.)  The Whito EaHe. by the order of St.  Michael, will drive the Crescent from  from Europe, and will instal himself  nt Constantinople.  "Than will Isxrin an era of peace aaiial  prosperity for the earth, antl there will  be no moro wars, ca'ch nation being  governed according to it's desires, anal  living accoraling taa the rules of justice.  "There will no longer no Lutherans  .or Hcbltmatiot. The Lamb will reign,  and the supreme Happiness of mankind  will laegin. He��� will be thone who  escaping the perils aaf thnt period, will  be abb' to eniov Ihe fruit of the reign  nf (he Spirit anal of Ihe Purging of  Humanity, whieh enn onlv come after  the defeat of Iho Antichrist."  Millions of Britons in evory part of  our great empire have viewed or will  view in the near future the "British  Army l'ilin." Would you like to know  the details of the life of thc British  Tommy, how he is trained as a recruit  until the highly polished but extremely effective soldier iu produced? Then  seo the "British Army Film" nt the  Opera House on Friday Dec. 4th.  This most interesting scries of pictures, showing every phase of army  life was made by order of the British  Army Council and are the only authentic pictures showing the complete  army training and manoeuvres at  fight I Aldorshot,    The film has been   ahown  NEW SURGICAL DISCOVERY PRESENTED TO ARMIES  A preparation which is said will slop  almost instantly the flow of blood  from a wound has been invented by  Prof. Theodore Kocher of Berne, who  was awarded the Nobel Prize for surgery in 1912 and his assistant, Dr.  A. Fince. The new preparation is culled "Coagulen."  It is in the form of a powder and  is dissolved in rfatir before being applied to a wound. The discoverers of  "Coagulen" have made a gift of their  invention to the armies in tho field,  and have sent large quantities of the  powder to the surgical headquarters  of both the German and French  armies.  For a tradesman to overcharge is to  bt a punishable offence. The minister  of labor save he will soon give the or-  ilinarv citizen the power of dealing  with tradesmen who take undue advantage of war conditions to make  excessive charges.  bv Royal command before their Mtajes-  ties tiie King and Queen, Mial also  before the Duke and Duchess of t on-  naught. All tho leading a.M country  papers, such as "The Tiint a" "The  Graphic" *The Daily Telegraph," thc  "Manchester Guardian" Mnd many  aathers, all speak in the highcBt turns  of praise of the "British A.my Film."  German Prophecy Which  May Soon be Fulfilled  The following extract from a speech  made bv Victor E. Kxoemar, in Stuttgart, (iermanv at the i International  Socialist conpreus in August 1007, is  at least interestinar in the light of re-  coot events:  The result of this war will In- that  Europe will tie a dreadful place to live  in, and that as soon as the war is over  immigration on an unprecedented scale  will take place in America and Australia, mainly to Australia.li After the  war, a deeper sense of brotherhood  will pervade all nations, resulting in  tho realization of many ok the ideals  lor which reformers have been striving  for centuries.  The outcome of the war will bo as  follows, according to mv methods of  reasaaning from past causes to future  effects, combined with intuitive: iiercep-  tion anal a knowledge of the occult  (hidden).  "After a terrific struggle, Germany  will be defeated on all Bides, anal a succeeding revolution will establish a German-Austrian republic. The Slav part  of Austria will go to Russia, anal there  will bo a powerful Slav federation.  "An European federation of nations  will be subsequently established. Britain will control all the rest of tho  German eolanies.  "The British fleet will police the  world, and no other fleets of anv dimensions will be permitted.  "Australia will gain more than anv  other nation ae the outcome of tho  nresent disturbance, as nonulation will  flow in at a tremendous rate. .m> the  commercial centres of the world will  shift from the Atlantic to tho Pacific  through the increase of onoulation and  the opening of the Panama canal.  "TREMENDOUS EXPANSION Will,  TAKE PLACE IN CANADA, PARTICULARLY IN THE WESTERN  STATES, also in the western states  of America and Australia, especially  about the federal capital, whioh will  become an immense manufacturing  ���wne." ���"  Norman Smith. a-~<Kl 96. and a well-  known rancher of Louis Creek, near  Kamloops wns found dead last' week  with two bullet wounds in his hotly.  The wounds were from a 3��'30 rifle.  Ho ia believed to have been recently  under severe mental strain.  Creditors  Richmond  Conti  inues wn  Rush  Each day with Fresh Price Cuts makes buying get  more interesting, and will until the store is Cleared Out.  If you need Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,  Rubbers or Dry Goods, don't miss this great opportunity  of buying now at Less than Wholesale Prices.  "TZZSSBu  The Assignee insists that the estate be wound  up as quickly as possible  150 Men's Suits at Half Price  50 Men's Overcoats Half Price  It is only by the sheer force of Cut Price that we are  moving the stock so quickly and we are sure you will  never have the opportunity again in Kelowna of buying  such High-Class Reliable Merchandise at the prices WE  OFFER.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Everything Goes.      No Reserve.  Fixtures for Sale and Store to Rent   Apply to  ROBT. DONOGHUE     - -     Assignee for the Estate  RICHM0NDS STORE  We find it impossible to get out a price list this week as many lines  of goods are being sold out so fast  tmmmmm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914  KELOWNA  RECORD  PACK SEVEN  PROFESSIONAL AND  BT/SI&ESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solidtott,  Notariet Public,   .  .Conveyancer*, etc.  ^KELOWNA. B.C  R. B. KERR  Boltitter  ���nd Solioitor, .  Notaiy Public.  KELOWNA, B.C.  WEDDELL & 6RIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  i, Wlllit'a Block   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member af Ilia B.C. Soda* of Architects  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Boa, 509  ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  . P.O. box 531 to��m *602  Kelowna, B.C.  .  C. Htrrer. BA, Sc., C.H, D.LS.. B.C.L5..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  aVIL  ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phoned. P.O. Boa Bl  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  hat returned hit teaching claesee tnd will  ��� active  pupila  aa  before in hia a��idio-  ��� Trench Block, Ktiowna.  P.O.bol����  ��� ��������� ��� 1   RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR, '  OV1L ENCINEER  Your Christmas  Problem Faces You  '   gBBBHBHjji!  Here's an easy solution  Buy Books  ;; . They are- not only reasonable in price���a mighty big  (actor thia year���but if you  chooee the right ones are  certain to be thoroughly  acceptable. You cannot  make a mistake in making  ��� selection from our aplei -  did itock of 'choice Fiction,  specially bound Gift books.  and books oa Special Subjects  Come in and look them  over  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Bowling  The Hears are awav to a good start  on the last lap of the bowling schedule  which will wind up on Christmas Eve.  Last week thev took three frames from  the Mission team, giving them a two-  gaine lead over their nearest rival,  while both the clubs sharing the top  position on the previous week met  defeat in two of their three ganieB.  The race is still close and interesting  and the bowling on the whole, is improving nnd there is little doubt that  those who enter the learnie that will  be formed immediately after the holidays will have to step lively to keep  - in the raoe.  Xearlv every available l-o-vler in the  city is now connected with some of  the clubs in the league and all are  enjoying the sport as well as the  kocn but friendly rivalry existing between them.  Following are the scores r.l the contests durinrr the past week:  ...  Tha Missions again Buffered three  straight defeats on Thursday .light at  the hands of the league leaders.  MIS.SION .  Stubbs 110 152  113-375  Thomson     81 111    OT-289  Code ���".. 135 144  131-408  Barneby ....... 139 109   123���365  Baldwin ...... 209 186" 121-496  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. VI. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroetjor  Sumy, and Raporta on Irriaation Work.  Application, for Water LicenM.  ���KELOWi-IA, B.C.  F. REYNOLDS  -.E.       B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Bnflineera and Land Suroeqprs  Water Supply. Irrigation, Subdivi.iora., Itt.  P.O. Boa 261  Phone 131  X^lKc^A.M.&a.Soc.C.E. "bZla  3, Crowley Block  Or. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. lea lee 'Paate It  Comer Peneoii Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  OWITRACTOR k BUILDER  1 Plana and Specifications Prepared  and attimatct given (or publicBuild-  ingt,Town ana Country Residences  JOHNCURT5, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTBRINARY SUROBtll  (Graduate MeGul Uiureretrl  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Mnlltir mar bt left tt tht office of  Meeira. Rattanhury tk William.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.0.  (AaaociaU Royal CpUaataaf OrganiaM  Orftaitt of St. Michael ft All Angela'  Church, rectivta Pupila for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, Sr*.  tt hit own or pupila' rtaidtnot.  Saadal atanlioB lo children  P.O.  [641. Telephone 120  Addraaa Abbott Strata  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  ,  CraJaee. Merchant, and Employmenl OSce  Qtuamst of ovary \l"i a.Jartatao  ���nrlsStr ����  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka ...   $2.75 per rick  5 ricka or upwarda- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick    ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone 307  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  KJSGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of '.he Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tha Yukon Territory, the .Voilli-  west Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  bt leased for a term ol iweii.y-one  vears at an annual rental of 41 ao  aore. Not mora than 2,500 acres  will bt Itated to ont applicant.  Applications for tht lease mutt be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in whioh tha rightt applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  tie described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unaurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Eaoh application must bt accompanied by a (tt of 15 whioh will be  refunded if tht rights applied for  art not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty thall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rata ol five oents per ton.  Tht perton operating the mine ahall  furniah the agent witb sworn rtturns  accounting for tbe full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rightt are not being operated, auch  returns thall be furnished at least  once a vear.  The leate will inolude tht coal mining rightt only, but tht "oasee may  be permitted to purchaae whatever  available   surface   righti may be con'  fidered necttaary for the working of  he mine at the rata of f 10 an acre,  For full information annlieation  should' bt made to tht secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ot  tawa, or to tht Attent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion landt.  W. W. C0BY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   ol  thit advertisement will not be paid for.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Totals ....... 668 680 685-1094  BEARS  Soresby U9 152 124-^(25  I'attc l  . .. 161 146 .111-118  Hallauer ..... ..135 153 .175-463  Smith : ..' . '.'   88 120 1*�����K42  McCubbin 136 136 l��-436  Totals ...... 669  707  708-2684  ...  The Pastimes won two games   Irom  the Pelicans on Monday, dropping the  second gamo by nearly 100 pins:  PELICANS  Patterson 164 121 134-419  Watt 131 124 143-398  Harvey 140 159 107���406  Panton 164 192 155-511  Dalgleish 145 167 104-416  Totals  744   763  643-2160  PASTIMES  Hov  169 154 128-451  Plltt  146 109 115-370  Swordfager  151 93 144���391  Oil* ..'.  139 139 147���125  I'urdy   169 181 200-550  Totals- Vft   676  7:14-2187  ...  1'he Dreamlands won tho first and  lust games from the Starlights on  Tuesday night bv tho following scores:  DREAMLANDS  Parker 126 110 168-393  Hedges 181 132 169-172  A. Johnson . .     .. 161 103 141-395  rn-owV* A ������,. . .. 122 130 97-349  H. TreSltold%, ,.  142 161 176-478  Totals 721   636 730-2087  STARLIGHTS .  H. Treadgold , . .. 143   139 169-150  lludden . T.   110   140 134-384  Schiedel  146   140 133-41(1  W. Pettigrew .... 127   189 136-452  liossi 176   151 \n-W3  ��� Totals ;.'��� 701   168  719-2178  ...  The Mission team dro�����'��d three  more games last night to 'he Itoyuls.  Following aro the scores:  ROYALS  Marquet ..156 142 121-122  R.  alohnston ....   169 121 142���132  Lisle Coates ....    99 106 128-333  Lonev  138 170 163-461  Los.  Coates .   ..  ..  125 138 148-111  Totals 687- 677   695-2059  MISSION  Stubbs 112 171 145-428  Thomson-. ., ... 100 93 116-309  Iturnebv 164 86 98-347  IWrew 136 190 115-371  Muldwin 140 140 157-437  Totals 652  609  631-1892  *      '      * ��  LEAGUE STANDING  The billowing standing incluales all  games played up to tho ond of    last  Bawrs 24 16 8-.655  Pelicans 24 14 10-.676  Beavers 24 14 10-.675  Dreamlands .... 24 IS II���.035  Starlights 24 12 12-.500  Pastimes 24 12 12-.500  Bovala 24 11 13���.456  Mission 24 4 20-.165  NEXT WEEK'S OAMHP  Nov. 90.���Bears vs Royals.  Deo. 1.���Dreamlands vs Mission.  Dee. 2���Beavers vs Pastimes.  Dec. 3.���Pelicans vs Bears.  Dec. 4.���Starlights vs Royals.  Don't forget Knowles' annual watch  guaassing contest, Saturday, Decomlior  12th.    ��25.0�� watch freo.  Following are the latest dates on  whioh mail for the places mentioned  may be potted in order to reach the  ilestination for delivery on or about  Christmas Day: United Kingdom-  Letter mail, December 10; parcel post  December 6. Maritime provinces���De-  comber 16. Quebec and Ontario��� December 18. Manitoba���December 19.  Alberta and Satltatulvevan��� December  30.  Society  Gives a Novel Entertainment  TheG  erman  Hate  A Reply to Ernst Lissauer and  Others  People walking alon* Bernard avenue  and,Ethel street on Manday evening  would have noticed a orowd of merry  makers wending their way in uioupa  along the streets. These were the  members and friends .of the Young  People's Sooiety of the Baptist church  who were enjoying a novel form of  entertainment arranged by the young  ladies of the society whose turn it was  to arrange the program for the evening. After the usual devotional exercises, conducted by the ladies, the  members and friends were invited to  follow Wish Lena Wilson to visit .lap-  an. .This country haODoned to bo at  the home of Mrs. Allan on Bernard  avenue, and on arrival there the guests  were welcomed bv Jananese ladies wno  kow towed in the orthodox fashion.  1'he guests did likewise and made  themselves comfortable on the floor  as lust they might. An interesting  urogram was gone through, and after  refreshments had been served, the party wended their way to North America,, which was situated at the heme of  Mr. H. D. Riirgs on Ethel si root. The  viiests made their way upstairs end  arrived at their destination, a camp  fire with chiefs and their squaws seated around it met their iraze. In a corner j>f the room was a teuee. The  nipe of peace was handed round and  after it had been solemnlv smoked the  strains of "Red Wing" c^me flouting  from the tepee, sung by cue of the  snuaws (Miss D. Evans). The audience joined in the chorus, and after  one or two more items refreshments  were again handed round and a war  dance* by the Indians concluded the  entertainment there, the while 'lc natives vented their glee with sundry  "Hum*".  Scotland was next visited, and h��re  the members were welcomed i.v the  Mactiregor and Mistress Angus Mat'*  CJregor at their residence f* DeHart  avenue. As the cuests entered the  door thev Dassed under �� sword wielded bv "Rob Rov" in full -rmor. (Miss  J, Reekie). Mrs. MaoGregor extended  a hearty welcome, and nroved a most  hospitable hostess. A short urogram  was gone through, this consisting  i-'cotch songs and readings, and subsequently a social time'was snout until the close of the even-n". Tl*e limn  rendered at each of the houses were  in accordance with the country visited  as were the refreshments aleo. and  even- credit is due to the ladies who  arranged what nrov*sd a most successful evening's enioyment. The following  ladies took part   in the entertainment:  Japan.���Mrs. P. H. Harding and Mrs  II. ('. Jenkins, sonu, ".la^-mese Love  song" and ' Jewel of Asia" respectively and Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Harding,  Miss J'\ Duo-ran and Mrss fl. Oowan  rendered a chorus, "Japan."  North America.���Indians *r.A snu��ws:  Misses Lena and Beatrice Wilson, Dorothy Evans, Annis Reekie, Laura Wilson.  Scotland.���Mrs. McGregor, hostess,  Mrs. Pelton and Mrs. Ferguson sang  ��> duet, "Come under ma oladie."  Mrs. Sutherland read "The Rat and  Mouse," and 'Mrs. Pelton sang "McGregor's Gathering."  Those in chare�� of the different countries wero: Janan, Mrfc. Allen. Mrs.  Harding and Mrs. Jenkins. North  America, Mrs. Hi-*"-*. M'���� **-elr��fl nnd  Miss Wilson. Scotland, Mrs- McGregor, Mrs. Pelton "id Mrs. Knowles.  Chant of your hate, you man of little  mind,  Pour forth the utter meanness of your  heart, [  The envv and   the rage that keep you  blind ��� |  To your dishonored Kaiser's shameful  part. I  ' Vou say you have a hate for   England only���  Once more in splendid  isolation  Shines forth the British nation.���  But, bless   vou, we don't feel     the  least bitr lonely,  We rather revel in the proud position  Since we have earned it by the great  decision ���  To venture forth our lives, our ships,  our all  .wither    than see   poor, gallant    Belgium fall  A viotim to your rage of sword   and  gun,  You ravisher,  you despicable German  Hun.  Storm on in virulent and sordid hate  Concoct more bitter and envenomed lies  We fight hut for the honor of our state  And al  your dastard methods we despise;  We'd rather, far, endure vour   hate,  vour ravinsr  Than shore vour deeti humiliation,  For vou���deshised Iv a'l creation-  Are like a race of lunatics behaving.  Where    is  the   German culture    you  were boasting?  , Where  its preat triumph���vou    were  alwavs toasting?  Your   day    has come���ha*"  come   to  crown vour name.  Jh'ot with    vour    vaunted    glory���but  with shame.  You envv us the honor we hove won  And meanly hate us for the dutv done".  R. H. PARKINSON.  Eckhardt Players Here  Morrow  Direct from a season's run at the  Metropolitan theatre, Seattle, the  popular Eckhardt players will again  be seen in Kelowna, tomorrow (Friday), November 27th., in "The Gieat  Divide." This nowerful dram i, conceded as one of the proa lent evr written through its strong anpeul has  endeared itself to the west and the  westerner in the many (tripping and  ten*' moments which ensue during the  telling of the story. After a sensational run in the Metropolitan centres  with Henry Miller and Margaret Ang-  lin in the title > roles, the owners have  permitted its uft> ep tour and will be  presented for the first time in western  Canada.  The com��"'"'- hus been brought intact from their successful en rui/e.neut  on the coast and includes such favorites ns >James Guy Uther, Oliver J.  Eckhardt. George Cleveland, Georgia  Nichols, Nina Guilbert supported by a  strong cast in the minor roles. From  n scenic standpoint thc nroduction is  flawless nnd scored heavily .\s one of  the best productions* in which this  clever rom nun \   has been seen.  Tho tickets are on sale nt Crawford* and owing to thc financial conditions of the country have been reduced to the popular prices of 25, 150  and 75 cents, and 91.00.  BRITISH LOANS TO DOMINION  A treasury' minute has been issued  which make* clear the purposes' for  which advances are to be made to the  overseas Dominions government under  a vote ot oredit out of any war loans  to be raised by the government.  Apprehension ^existed among same  members of parliament especially.  that these advances might Ik made  U8fl of for the purposes 0f financing  state undertakings for which funds  would not be obtainable on the London market at the ordinary rates. The  treasury minute sets out that the ob-  loot of those advances is to provide  funds to meet naval nnd military ex  oenditures incurred by the Dominions  and other charges directly due to th*  crisis.  They are now intended to be applied  to the financing of development ser  vices.  KING OF BELGIUM SHOT HIS OWN  ^CHAUFFEUR  Progress Du Nord related a remark*  able story of the King of the Belgians shooting his chauffeur, who  traitorously attempted to drive him  into the German lines.  The King1 was with hiB- troops south  of Antwerp, savs the report. He ordered the chauffeur to drive ahe*ad  of them. After a while the Kane  noticed the driver had chn��~"d tho  direction. His majesty warned him  and whon the chauffeur took no ^notice he ordered him to halt. This  having no effect, the King, convinced  of treachery, drew a revolver, and  shot the chauffeur dead. The King  thon stouoed the car and drive back  to the Belgian lines in safety.  In the chauffeur's clothing pupors  were found showing ho had received a  German offer of 8250,000 for 'he capture of the Belgian King.  Give that Puny Child this  Guaranteed Remedy  U your child is under -weight, iist-  less4 ailing, liable to get sick easily,  it needs a medicine to build its weight  und strength. For this purpose there  is nothing else we know of that -wo  can so strongly endorse as Rexall  Olive Oil Emulsion. The remarkablo  success of this splendid medicine is  due to the faot that it contains ingic-  dients that tone the nerves, enri-h t-t  bload and furnish to the entiro system the strength, weight and healtli-  building substances it needs. And it  does all this without injuring the  stomach. In fact, Rexall Olive Oil  Emulsion is not only pleasant to ta'  but even the most sensitive stomach  is benefited by it, and the digestion  improved. On the other hand it contains no alcohol of habit-forming  drugs, which most parents object to  giving their ohildren. It does its  good work by taking hold of tho  weakness and builds the body ;ip to  its natural strength, at the same time  m������' *"-r it strong to resisi disease.  If Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion doesn't  build your child up, feed the stuntd,  puny muscles, and make Utile one  lively, strong, well, and full of tho  animal spirits children are meant by  nature to have, come back and tell  us and get vour money back. We do  not want you to lose a cent. We think  this is no more than fair, and... it  leaves vou no cause to hesitate. For  old people also���for convalescents���for  all who are nervous, tired-out, run-,  dcrwyk no matter what the cause���we  offer Rexall- Olive Oil Emulsion with  the same guarantee of entire satisfaction or monev back. Sold onlv at the  7,000 Rexall stores and in this town  onlv bv us, 81.00.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.    Bernard Ave.  The Iteiairl Star*  * ricm Is a Rexall Bloro in nearly even* town  rnd city fa tbe United States, Ctuia-la and  Great Britnta. Tbcra ia a -iilTercnr Rexall  Itemed v far nearly every ordinary human ill ���  each especially -.-csijt-ncd for tbo particular ill  for wbic.t i* 13 recrMnmcndod.  The r.cxctl CJ��*ms nre America Greatest  Dni2 Cteu  Select your gifts for the old country  early. Knowles packs and pays postage on articles purchased.  A Won a tehee man has evolved a suggestion whereby thc orchardists can  got the best of the cold, storage trust.  He sup-.rests storing the opdIcs "n the  top of the Cascade Mountains where  it will always be cold enough. This  This ought to give a boom to the  aeroplane industry.  Favorite  Talcs  -Had* of tba highest quality  talc money can buy���milled  to Infinite smoothness, and  then perfumed with the  genuine "COMOH" parfumA.  m-orson s i  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Also First-Class Hay  Thos. Bulman  Willit. Block I'laoner 306 i\ '206  46tf  High-Class Tailoring  Now ia the time to think  about your Fall and Winter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with high'Ciaaa old country  Bond Street experience, and  canaatiafy the moat faatidioua.  Suita to your own measure  at little more than " ready-  made" co.t. NEW PAT-  TERNS JUST IN.  DYEING. CLEANING, PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  "MY VALET"  J. E. THRUSSELL. Prop.  Oppoaile Board of Trade Office, Kelowaa.  Sanitary at  all timet  Call nnd  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office ���  ���mtjatje  mm  ���srswfKsaiB*  ���BB  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA  KECO&D  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 36, 19U  { WANTED! )  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  firat insertion and L cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., in*  aertetl for less than 25 cents.  AU classified adveali.cments must bt  paid for in advance owing to tht cost  attending the booking and charging oi  small items.  Copy may be received for these aals  up to IU a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR   SALE  11A Y FOB SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. AIbo Mixed. Central  Okanngan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ranch. .')4tf  FOR SALE.���At Okanniran Mission 20  acres for 82,000 (half cash) Would  ���Haka> arooal claeup fnriu. Centrally lo-  a'ateal am good roads. Part clcartd  ready lor crop, balance light clearing. Hood wator licence. Apply .R.  L. It,'1 'litth, Oknnagiiu Missiaan, B.C.  51-1  Items from Ellison  Miss Geen is holidaying at the B.X.  ranch, near Ylernon.  * *  Oliver ("Jeon arrived homo last week  from Vancouver    where he has     been  spending a few months.  # *  Miss Campbell Brown spent, the weok  ond with Miss Kay at "Sunny Brae."  * *  Mr. Tanner entertained his class of  young people at "Sunny Brae" lost  Fridav evening.    Everyone reports    a  cood time.  ��� *  The Whelan Sunday school will observe Rally PaVi December 6th. Noxt  Saturday evening, November 28th at  7.30 Mr. Tanner will be on hand to  lend tin- practice in the church.  Select your gifts for the old oountry  early. Knowles packs and pays postage on articles purchased.  FOK SALE.���Sucking piga 93.00 each,  (pure Berkshire aud Berkshire-Yorkshire) uIbo midsummer pigs. Would,  exonange for young cattle. Central  Okuuttgan l.unds Ltd. Glenmore  Ranch. 51tf!  FOR SALE.��� rifle, (32-npecial) nearly  new, some shells and case, also 2*2-  calibre rifle, both Winchesters nnd  in good order. Applv Record offce x  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  VOTERS' LIST, 1916  TO RENT  10 HUNT.��� Stvtn room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent $12.00 per mo  Apply V,'. Ii. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtf  HOOMS TO Kl'NT.-Furnishod bedrooms or for light housckca'ping.  Uoard if recitiired. Mrs. Foral, Sutherland  avenue.  Phone 5201.        50-5.1  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES    TAKEN   FOR    PASTURE  and fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch. 43tf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate ranch  with house and orchard coming into  hearing next year. Must be sold  immediately. Genuine buyer can  make own terms. Apply Box "C"  Record. 4Vtf  LOST.���Brown Woollen Robe, near  corner of Eli avenue and Pendozi  street. Finder pleaso enquire at  Willits drug store. 52-1  TURKEYS FOR XMAS, for sale, also  a few good breeding pullets. Speak  (piick. And a quantity of cabbage,  good winter feed for hens. Apply  L. G. Mayhew, Glenmore Valley 52-1  WANTED.���Would like to purchase 5  or 10 acres of good bottom land,  (unimproved). Give price and full  particulars, with first application,  no big prices proposition. Apply  box "B" Record. 52-llp  FOR SALE OU EXCHANGE f���r farm  land. House nnal lot, 200 Richter  street, l-.'lp  I) R E S S M A K 1 N 0  Mrs. M.  E. Bouch. Bernard Avenue,  east aaf   Ethel   street.   Telephone   115,  l-4p  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland   White    Egg,   Walton   and  Brooka alrain, Engliah Penciled, $2.50 to $5  America Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Alao two fine young Bronze Turkey Tome  $5 each.  Appy  Mn. E. A. DAY, Kelowna  48-55p  LISTINGS WANTED  of heuring orchards and fruit lands  from pnrtim who are willing to trade  for prairie farms or Calgary and-Vancouver revenue bearing properties.  BULMAN & CROSS  1-hone 306      Willits Block  Notice is hereby given that a Court  of Revision will bo held on Thursday,  December 10th, 1914, at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon at the Citv Clerk's office,  Bernard avenue, for the purpose of  hearing and determining any application to strike out the name of any  person which has improperly fceen placed upon the Municipal Votera' List,  1915, or to place on such list tho  name of anv peraon improperly omitted from same.  Copies of the said list will, on the  Fifth dav of December, be oris ted on  the door of the Council Chamber and  in/the Post Office, and remain so posted until the sitting of the Court of  Revision.  C. TT. DUNN,  Kelowna. Bf C. Citv Clerk  November 18th, 1914. 52-2  SPIRELI.A CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will bt ai Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  fttreet) between the hours of 1.30 nnd  6 p.ih., Satutdav of etch week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. F. 0.  Hoi 626, Kelowna. 2M!.  Registered  Jersey Bull  MONARCH  Four-year-old. Standing (or service  Glenview Dairy  Phone 2302 J. B. Fither  Warning  Shooting ia forbidden on Cloverdttt  Ranch. Any peraon found carrying lire,  arma on any of my properly Will bt pro.  aecuted. Thia ia found neceaatry on  account of the loas ol valuable ahimala  attributed to careless .hooting.  48tf THOS. BULMAN  NOTICE  Notice ita hereby [riven that at the  noxt statutory meet ini; of tht Board  of Licennine Commissioners lor th  Citv ol Kolowna, I, Arthur l'eabody,  intond lo anplv lor a renewal ol my  licence to sell liquor liv retail in tht  premises known as tho l'alace Hotel,  situated on thc north aide ol Bor-  nard Avenue, botween Water streat  and Pondozi Btreet in the Citv of Kelowna. B. C. BJ-04  To the Public of Kelowna  Notice .  I wish to express my appreciation of the aplendid  results I have obtained through your patronage from  my recent Cash Grocery Sale.   I am shipping in  Fresh Xmas Goods  Peels, Raisins, Currants, &c, which will arrive at an  early date.  My trip to Vancouver wot solely (or the benefit of my  cuitomen at I realized that in order to give Fint-Clata Goods  at Lowett Prices (or Cath it wat necessary to do thit.  Customers calling at my store can be assured that ihey  will receive every attention'and will find it beneficial (rom a  financial ttandpoint by dealing (or Cath.  My Motto; " Pay Cash, Buy Cheap "  W. M. EDWARDS  Correspondence  FRIIT AND VEGETABLES l'OR  DISTRESSED CALII.IRY  Editor Kelowna Kecord,  Dear Sir.���Information hat been received in reference to the unfortunate  condition prevailing among the poor  in Culgai'v. which will no doubt touch  a coral of sympathy in every one,  there taea:minarlv being many families  without any means of providing lood  of anv kind for their ohildren.  Nature has dealt bountifully with  us this year, and while a small portion of each of our crops will not  moan much to us it will go n long  way in relieving many who mr.y ue  starving. Tho suggestion that we  contribute of our fruit and vegetables  is a most feasible way to help i..tievo  tho distress, and I feel certain will  moct with ready response. A'bb tho  offer of tho Canadian l'acilic Railway  to contribute bv carrying the supplies  freo is ono that will be appreciated,  and shows thev fully realize the destitution prevailing and the need of  rendering help.  Thc children and mothers of the district which hns always been our most  nrofitablo market aro in want and appeal to uh for food. Let us show  them that, our heart is in the right  place and demonstrate that Kelowna  nnd her district in their usual generous spirit are willinar to he'n.  Svmnathizer.  Local Nan Escaped From  Siege of Antwerp  Word has boen reoeived from Cecil  Rutherford, formerly harness maker of  Kelowna, who waB lost sight of for a  time after the fall ol Antwerp, at  which he was present with hit troop  of naval men. It waa feared that he  had been lost, but it appears that  he haB returned to England along  with his comrades for re-outfitting,  they having lost all their equipment  during the escape frym the besieged  citv. Mr. Rutherford wat a naval  reserve man and waa recalled soon after the outbreak of the war.  Mr. Coo. Dillon left this morning  on a business visit to the coast.  The sixtcon months old ton of Mr.  and Mrs. James Ritchie of Summer-  land was drowned Monday in a small  stream running near the house.   a,  A grand concert Ib being organized  at Rutland in the assembly hall in  aid nf the Canadian Patriotic Fund,  und come novel and interesting stunts  are being arranged. Some of thete  we are not permitted to divulge, but  we understand thai a camp-fire scene  with appropriate songs and music wilt  form a part of the ��� i.       Turn  out and show vour loyalty in a practical way.  ^^tmmmmmemm^^^smmxi  P. BURNS & CO.  LIMITED  Fowl, live or  dressed ...15c per lb.  Spring Chickens, live or  dressed... ISc per Ib.  Cuppin't Boneless  Herring, 35c per lb.  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  Fresh Cooked  Tripe, 10c per lb.  Salmon I Sc per Ib.  Halibut 15c per Ib.  White Fish 10c per lb.  Haddie 12��c per Ib,  Shamrock iaard in one pound cartons 20c per lb.  Have our driver, Mr.Frank Keavil, call foryrua older, or phone 135  WATCH OUR WINDOW ON SATURDAY  Yon-need our GROCERIES  We need your MONEY  LETS TRADE  We are putting on a  Great Big Cash Special Sale  For Two Months  We will still continue to sell goods in  the ordinary way and at ordinary  prices to any who wish to keep their  montilyaccounts going; but in this  Cash Special we are eliminating profits  altogether. We have always religiously lived up to our advertisements and  in this Cash Special Sale we will keep  up our reputation. The regular prices  will always be advertised as well as  the Cash Special Prices, so that you  may compare them and prove (or  yourself that you are getting more  than your money's worth This Sale  will begin on  TUESDAY NEXT  THE FIRST OF DECEMBER  and will continue until the last day of  January, and will include everything  we have in the store. Money is scarce,  we need it, and to get die ready  money we, as already stated, are  eliminating profit  Watch for our Cash Special Prices  on Monday  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Our Motto  'Quality and Sarrica"  y  Bells  Our selection of shoes  is   bound   to   please the most particular  trade. , ,  Quality  and   Style  catch  the eye, and  their  wearing  qualities  make permanent friends.  Investigate  these  lines,  now!  Classic  Empress  Fall and Spring models  are equally handsome.  No trouble or expense  has been spared to  make these shoes right.  Superior finish and first-class materials.  Attractive prices which enable you to  have the very finest at moderate cost.  Granby Rubbers  keep  the  wet out.  We are exclusive agents for these goods.  Hartts  Leckies  CityK  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  mmm


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