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Array tfdototm  tottM.  VOL V.   NO. I.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY.  NOV. 28, 1912.  $1.30 Par Annum.  ;eting of  City Council  he council held its usual meet-  rlonday morning,  the  Mayor  Aid. Blackwood,  Copeland,  ImCT, Sutherland and  Taylor  tiding,  lans of a subdivision of Block  rlap   186 were submitted  by  s. R. H. Parkinson and C.  nn.   Mr. Parkinson also sub-  d a  plan  of subdivision  of  [6, Map 186.   Mr. H. Milliard  alternative plans  of  subdivi-  ilans of Block 25, Map  202.  i were laid on tha  table  for  reek.  Ir, W. B. M. Calder'a plan  of  1. of Block 27 was finally passed.  Ir. Webster of the Okanagan  ���phone Co , aaked the council  ecide upon the proposed pole  [which the company wished to  t crossing the park.   They ex-  to have   their   trunk   line  king through  to Summerland  December 10th, and wished to  ! an outlet from Kelo-vna.  The  line belonging to the  govarn-  It passed through the park, but  fould  need  rebuilding before  r could use it.   If the  govern-  ft wished to use their poles  at  time,   provision   waa   being  [le for the  accommodation   of  ' line.   The line  they  wished  in direct  continuation  of  wenue,  . Taylor aaid he was  not  in  pr of any pole line crossing the  , as it would interfere with any  jies on the open space  usually  ' for that purpoae.  was eventually  decided  that  Ice, ,<-.il should meet Mr. Web-  in the afternoon and go  over  ground. -  in agreement between the city  Mr. A. McLennan relating to  purchase of the site for the  nping station was laid upon the  ie.  i rebate of $20.35 was granted  Messrs. Boyce and StirHw 1.1  an amount incorrectly assessed  inst them.  >r. Keller wrote drawing the  ncil's attention to a difference  ..ten the amount shown in his  ssment! notice and tha tax  ice. The mistake had arisen  sugh a clerical error in copying  11 the assessment roll, but the  neil considered the error had  n so obvious that it should  ���e been pointed out before. It  s now too lata >:> make any  eraiion in the ' assessment, the  aunt of which was computed  the samp basis as adjoining  operty.  A letter was read from the secre-  y of the Union of B. C. Muniei-  ities enclosing a copy of matters  ought before the Municipal Com-  ssion at Vancouver.  Aid. Taylor raised an objection  a clause which read as follows:  io retail liquor license shall  be  anted  or renewed  for sale   of  uor within 300 feet of a church  public school."     He   said   it  luld only be necessary to put up  hurch or school within the three  ndred feet to put any  hotel  in  e province out of business.   He  Iggested that the word "renewed"  lould be struck out.  A resolution was passed by  the  Suncil   supporting  this    conten-  on.  A resolution  was also   passed  (iting f 15.00 as the council's share  the expense of appointing, on  ehalf of the Union of B.C Muni-  ipalities, of a solicitor to watch  ending legislation in the interests  f the different municipalities.  Mayor  Jones   stated   that  Mr.  eo. Thompson had asked if the  ity would be  willing to supply  lectric light to his house just out-  ide the city limits.  Aid. Sutherland  said  he  could  e no objection to granting Mr.  Thompson's request on the  same  terms as the city had supplied light  to pthers outside  the  city  limits,  namely that he pay   all   expenses  in connection with the installation.  Kt roughly  estimated the extension to be about $100.  The   following accounts  were  passed for payment:  N. Hilchay.  CScMaiie  D. Mor.Hi  G. Moralli  A. Piten  P. Wlckatao*  I. Piten  P. Kobrilu.  L. Lseny  A. Noel  J. Alexander  R. Hector  N. Nelson  O. Olafaon  LSul  J. Dyjarn  L. Disorro  J. McDonald  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do.  do  13.00  36.00  12.00  18.44  16.83  18.00  13.67  13.67  12.00  200.00  2.00  4.23  20.00  1000.00  97.50  73.50  67.50  96.00  A. Heather, balance due on park  clearing contract   ���  F. Lindsay, refund of road tax  paid by assessed owner  Dominion Exp. Co., axpraas  R. H. Parkinann, adding new subdivision to city nap  Canavan & Mitchell, payment on  account of supervision of aawer conatruction      ...  T. Harria, work on .treats   ���  O. Cregg, do. -���      .  L. Liblanc, do.  C. McPhea.      do.  Aid. Copeland said he hr>d been  approached by many of the storekeepers on the south side of Bernard avenue with reference to running a drain down the back lane  to take away the surface water. It  had been suggested that something  could be saved by running it down  in the aame trench es the sewer  which was now being laid. There  was no doubt as to the need of a  drain, aa the lane usually got into  a frightful state in wet weather.  He thought a six-inch wooden pipe  would fulfil all requirements.  The committee however, did not  think it would be safe to put the  pipe into the sewerase trench as  this would have been partly filled  and no opportunity given for settlement. It was left with the committee to look into the matter.  Aid. Copeland made the suggestion that the Board of Works have  gravel hauled in at once and placed at convenient places along the  roadsides where it would be handy  for repairs. A great deal of expense could often be often saved  by repairing a hole in the road as  soon as it was noticed instead of  leaving it to cut through the surface and make a bad place.  It often took two or three loads  of gravel to repair a bad place  which could have been fixed with  a wheelbarrowful if the material  had been handy at the right time.  The meeting adjourned until the  Thursday following the voting on  the money by-laws.  A Unique Entertainment  The Kelowna Musical & Dramatic Society has engaged the Opera  House for Thursday, December  19th for the purpose of giving a  variety entertainment. The sociely  has gone out of the beaten track  for this occasion, departing from  the sedate orchestral performanee,  and will give an entertainment absolutely different from all previous  efforts, and just as superior as it is  different.  Features of the program will be  a violin solo by Mr. N. Bornholdt,  songs by Miss Francis A. Pearson,  L.R.A.M.; a skirt dance by Miss  Crowcroft, Kafir Indaba and war  dance by the Taylors and a one-  act play entitled " The Man in the  Street," by Mr. and Mrs. Soames  and Mr. Dart,  Other performers of considerable ability have kindly promised  their services, and the entertainment ought to be one of the finest  ever offered a Kelowna audience,  We hope to be able to give a full  programme at an early date.  Kelowna Board of  School Trustees  TENDERS FOR  BUILDING  ne cheque -  -��   10.00  do.  9.00  de.  7.67  do.  .     13.00  do.  .    11.33  de.  .    11.33  da.  .    11.00  de.  .    11.67  de.  .     9.73  de.  9.00  SEALED TENDERS will b�� received by  th* undersigned up to S p.m. of tha Third  day of January, 1913, for tha erection of a  ten-room echool at Kelowna, B.C., building  to ba of brick and to be completed not  later than Augutt let, 1913. All tender*  to ba coneidered mutt be accompanied by  a certified cheque for at least 5 par cent.  of the tender ; thle cheque made payable  to the order of the Treasurer of the Kelowna School Board. The cheque will be  forfeited to the School Board in tha event  of tha successful contractor refuting or  neglecting to enter into and complete the  farm of contract submitted with the plane  and specifications for the building within  tan days from the date of notification so to  do by tha architect or chairman of the  School Board.  The successful contractor will be required to furnish an approved bond'of 10 per  cent, of the amount of his contract.  The plans, specifications, and all necri.  ���ary information may be had from the  secretary of the School Board, Kelowna,  B.C, or G. E. Nobles. Architect, Lethbridge,  Alt*.  G. H. DUNN,  Secretary,  Kelowna Board of School Trustees  Kelowna, B.C.,  November 23rd. 1912. 1-3  Annual Meeting of  Farmers* Institute  The Kelowna Farmers' Institute  held its annual general meeting  laat Saturday afternoon. Dr. Dickson presided, and in the absence  of the secretary read the report  and financial statement for the  year. I'he latter showed a balance  to the credit of the Institute of  1117.66,  The president, Dr. Dicksdn, in  hia address, said that although the  work of lhe Institute during the  past year had been very successful so far as attendance at the  various meetings were concerned,  yet the membership remained  small. In a large district like this  there should be certainly not less  than 200 members. The government were doing their best in the  way of supplying good lecturers,  and he would like to see the Institute placed upon a stronger basis.  He thanked the members for  the honor they had done him in  electing him president during the  past year, and hoped that his successor would take up the work  with enthusiasm so that when next  year's report was presented to the  government they would have a  showing second to none in the  province.  The appointment of officers for  the year was then proceeded with  and the following elected :���  President-J. A. Reekie \  Vice-Pres.-Geo. E. Allen  Directors:   For  Kelownn ������John Leathley  Benvoulin-A. Patterson  Rutland-J. W. Woolsey  Ellison-M. Hereron  K.L.O.-W. C. Spenser  S. Okanngan-J. C. R. Harvey.  It was decided to constitute Glenmore a separate district of the  Institute and it was left to the secretary to see the residents about  choosing a director ro represent  them.  it was intimated that Mr. Brooke,  the secretary, wished to retire owing to pressure of other work  which prevented him from giving  sufficient time to the duties of the  Institute and it was left to the  directors to select a suitable secretary.  Votes of thanks were passed to  the retiring president and secretary  for their services during the paat  year.  The new president, Mr. Reekie,  then took charge of the meeting.  He referred to the energy which  his predecessor had managed to  infuse into the Institute and hoped  that all would realize the necessity  for pushing the Institute as one of  the best mediums through which  the farmer could make his wishes  known to the government.  Mr. H. W. Raymer was appointed delegate to the Central Farmers'  Institute meeting at Victoria in  January, with Dr. Dickson as substitute.  Resolutions to be presented at  that meeting were then considered.  Mr. G. C. R. Harvey presented a  resolution lhat lhe government be  asked to provide money at a low  rate of interest to assist the farmer  in developing his land. This was  carried.  It was also decided to endorse  the resolution passed recently by  the Board of Trade respecting the  prohibiting'of fruit importations  from countries affected with pests  and diseases dangerous to fruit  growing.  At a directors' meeting held  yesterday Mr. B. C. Meyrick was  appointed secretary.  The next meeting of the Poultry  Association will be held on Wednesday evening, December 4th. st  7 o'clock, in Rattenbury & Williams' real estate office. A very  interesting meeting has been arranged, Several birds will be on view  and will be judged by those  present.  An exceptionally good discussion was the attraction at the meeting of the Kelowna Brotherhood  laat Sunday when Mr. Leckie spoke  on the Panama Cannl question.  All men are specially invited next  Sunday to hear the Rev. H. G.  Estabrook on " The Appeal of the  Last Weat," at the Baptist church,  at 3.45 p.m.  Ratepayers Discuss  Sewerage By-laws  The municipal meeting held last  Thursday evening tu discuss lha  money by-laws projected by the  coune.il to raise a further sum of  $40,000 to complete the sewerage  works was not nearly so well  attended aa might have been expected.  Mayor Jones occupied the chair  and briefly sketched'lhe history of  the sewerage undertaking, and the  unforeseen difficulties which had  arisen to make the cast of the work  much greater than had been anticipated rendering necessary the  sicond appeal to the ratepayers.  I'he sum of $35,000 originally voted-  and based upon the first estimate  of the engineers had proved inade-  qua'e A bad stratum of quicksand  and coarse gravel which had baen  unexpectedly struck in excavating  for the pumping station and the  main sewer crossing the creek had  involved expenses which had eaten  up the original appropriation, and  although the worst of the difficulties  had now bean overcome, there  were no funds left to complete  the work. The engine'rs had submitted a aecond estimate which called for  an additional expenditure of about $32,000  and the council had thought it safer to ask  the ratepayers to sanction the borrowing  of $40.(XX) to cover all contingencies.  $20,000 was to be taken from debentures  already issued but not used for street  improvement?.  Mr. A. W. K. Mitchell, the engineer in  charge, responding to the call of the chairman, said he could add very liltte to what  had been said without going into technical  details, but he waa quite ready to answer  any questions which might be put to him.  Mr. S. C. Cosens started the questioning  bv asking why the difficulties bad not been  discovered before a atari had been made.  He understood that teat holes had been  sunk in various parte of the city.  Replying, Mr. Mitchell aaid thai the  strata had proved ao variable that the test  pits dug had not proved typical of more  than a' few feet around thnm, and they  had failed to reveal the quicksand and  gravel which had been the source of all  the trouble.  Mr. Leckie asked why, if the most ."5|.  cult part of the work had been done, it  waa neceaeary to borrow a aum which  made the total more than twice the original estimate.  Mr. Mitchell pointed out that (he new  estimate did not call for quite $40,000.  Unit coats on the work already done had  been uaed in estimating the balance, and  the sum had been made large Je cover all  possible contingencies.  Mr. G. C. Rose aaked if it would not  have been feaaible to have let the work by  contract instead of doing it by day work.  Mr. Mitchell said lhat matter had been  fully discussed by the council before de.  ciding to adopt the courae they did. In  the first piece the job waa so amall that  no large contractor would have undertaken  to move hia plant up from the coast; no  local contractor had the necessary equipment, and the price would not have justified him in purchasing it with the prospect  of it being left on his hands. Further,  owing to the uncertain nature of tha dirn-  cultiea to be encountered, a contra.tor  would have naturally charged enough te  cover himaelf several times over.  Inquiries were made aa to how the original estimate of $39,000 waa arrived at.  Aid. Sutherland aaid whan the council  had first taken the matter up they had had  five different reports from four different  engineers. Although differing in some  detaila these reports had been practically  the aame, and the cost estimated for the  same amount of work almost identically  the same. From these the council had  formed the conclusion lhat $35,000 would  suffice for the main worka. All branch  sewers were lo be put in under the Local  Improvement plan. Aa lo how the woik  should be done the council had thought  that the work could be done cheaper by  day work���al least, they had decided, aa  all had lo do at times, to take s chance.  Any contractor would likely have charged  a big price in order to aafaguard himself,  and they had takaff what ihey thought was  tha beat course.  Tha sewerage work reminded him of  the question of water and light Many  people advocated a few years ago that a  franchise ba let to some company, but the  city had undertaken tha work themselves  and it waa now paying well, as he had no  doubt the sawerage would pay in time.  fie strongly urged that the ratepayera give  their support to the by-lawa in order that  the work which waa ao necessary to the  city might bo completed.  Mr. Leckie alao spoke in favor of passing the by-lawa and moved a resolution  that the meeting approved of the action of  the council in calling for the loan.  This was seconded by Dr. Boyce and  carried without any opposition.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own corra.poad.al)  Mrs. Somerset and Miss J. Somerset were passengers ea Friday  last by e.g. "Okanagan" to Okaa  agan Centre, where lhay spent a  few daya, being tha guests al Mr.  and Mrs. Caesar.  Messrs. Batchalar and Seeley  have had a furnace installed al  the home ranch, such an extravagance in fuel being one of the  few occasions on which country  folk can score ahead of their city  cousins.  Mr. John Rawkins who has been  seeing a good deal of tha surrounding country with a C.N.R. survey  party during tha last season is a  visitor at Enterprise ranch as a  guest of the Misses Goodacre and  Mr. G. E. Browse.  The Rr.v. D. Robertson held a  Church of England service at Reid's  Landing Sunday last. All are looking forward to tha Christmas services which our vicar proposes to  conduct at many points on the  west side of lhe lake.  Authorized by wealthy associates  in England to increase the investments held by them in British Columbia to the amount of $1,000,000  Mr. R. Mason, a financial man from  London England, has arrived in  B. C. and is now at Vancouver. At  his own expense Mr. Mason will  shortly erect a hotel in the Okanagan Viillev forthe British Women's  Immigration Society, lhe hostelry  in tu be built at Penticton and will  be utilized as a distributing point  for young women domestics sent  out by the parent society in Great  Britain.���Summerland Review.  Both By-laws Carry by Big  Majorities  The Ladies Hospital Aid are  planning a " Hospital Shower," for  Thursday, December 12th, at the  hospital. All ladies of the town  are asked to kindly remember this  " shower " when articles for dining  room and kitchen (not edibles)  and small tray cloths and doilies  will be acceptable.  Mrs. Chas. Berry a id children of  Wenatchee, Wash, arrived in town  on Wednesday on a visit to to her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. . L. Lock.  She was accompanied by her  brother, Mr. George Lock.  ; The Young Girls White Shield  Society will hold a social at the  home of M s. Fuller, Lake avenue,  on Thursday, December 6th, at 6  o'clock. A cordial invitation is  extended te all who ears le coma  and spend a pleasant evening. A  good programme will be provided  and a collection taken in aid of the  Provincial Rescue Home for Young  Girls!  Don't forget the cushion sale on  Monday,  Mr. II. E. J. Atnyot leaves this  week-end for Montreal where he  will spend the winter months.  Progress ia being made wilh the  arrangements for the Poultry Show  which is being held bv the local  association on January 2nd and  3rd, and the secretary, Mr. E. L  Ward, is working energetically to  ensure its success.  The death took place Tuesday  evening at Victoria, at lhe age of  76, of an old Kelowna resident,  Mra. Sproul, mother of R. J, Sproul,  of Rutland. The deceased lady  was well known throughout the  district having lived here some five  years,, leaving three years ago to  reside in Victoria.  The sixth annual Fire Brigade  Ball is announced for Friday, December 6th. This popular annual  event will be held in the Opera  House, with a four-piece orchestra  in attendance.  Chet Mclnlyre  The greet vrraatliog match be-  Iweee Bob 3utharlauc. euJ "(.bet"  Mclnlyra ml Veaeeaver, wbieb had  bee* Uefcesl forward le wilb ibe  keene-t inlereet laaally, m by Ur  Iwa wael Ms.fe*ft*��l el **>' tbel  bed y*i taken ykee bate, *��  breugM le m euMMifeJ Jastaa Ttee-  <Uy eighi io lbs Optra Hot**, ibe  local champion defaatiag k�� *��p-  poncnt after an hour'* hard wr*ret-  lini_, by two falls to one.  After a preliminary bout between  Walter Raymer and Willie Fletcher  pupils of the gymnasium, in which  Fletcher proved the victor, the two  champions appeared ee ibe stage  and were loudly cheared.  From the vary start it wea evident  that Sutherlaad hed to deal with  an opponent   who   wes  nol   only  killed in all the moves of the  gem**, but was also from constant  practice as instructor of the Vancouver Athletic Club, ia lite vary  pink of training. In tha first bout  the local man elected lo drp��nd  more upon defensive lattice ..ut  when at lhe end ef 17 miuutee he  lost the firat tail te Mclntrre, he  changed hit plea and bream* an ere ae>  ressive. Tke eeeoad beut weal hat nnd  furious, Bob pressing hi* opponrnt to the  limit. Mclntyre howerer, showed not only  greet strength but amazing e&ility, and  wiggled out of aeveral apparently hope leu  position.. Finally, however. Bob brought  hit ahouldera to the mat, the aecond bout  laating but 12g minutes.  The third bout waa the moat e.eitin�� of  all, and aeveral time* the result of the  match hung in the balance. Bcb'a power-  ful scissors hold which after repeated failures, he managed to secure ao that tSere  wat no escape, again proved his wint ing  card, and Mclnlvre had to admit del", at,  the final bout taking twenty seven minutes  to decide.  The crowd which filled the hall chert ed  lustily, and hearty eonrratulelima were  thowered udon the winner of a kard fought  game.  Mclntyre too- his defeat at became ���  good sport iman, with a hearty hand ahake  to hia conqueror.  Death of Great Canadian  Financier  The result of the voting yesterday on  the two money by-lawa, by which the  council nought to raiae an additional sum  of $40,000 to complete the installation of  the main sewerage ayatem was ao decided  as to leave no doubt that the ratepayers'  are eager to see the work completed and  the system working.  The figures are ae follows t���*  By-law 119���For 62; Against 7; Spoilt 3,  By.law 120���For 86 ; Against 4; Spoilt 2.  NOTICE  NOIICE is hereby given the! at the  next atatutory meeting of the Board of  Licensing Commitaionera for the City of  Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody, intend to  epply for a renewal of my license to sell  liquor by retail in the premisea known aa  tha Palace Hotel, situated on tke nerth  side of Bernard Avenue, between Water  Street and Pendoxi Street, in the Gty af  Kelowna, B.C.  Dated the 26th day of NovembcT, 1912.  Sutherland Beat  Sir Edward Cleuatoa, one of  Canada's leading financiers and  vice-president of the Baak af  Montreal, died suddenly ef nppol-  exv at Montreal Saturday last  Sir Edward was ia the Royal  Securities building when he was  seized witd a fainting fit and was  removed to the Royal Victoria Hospital where he died.  The late Sir Edward Senborn  Clouston, bkronet, vice-president  and also general manager ef lha  Bank of Montreal and president ef  the Canadian Bankers' Assoeraliaa  was bora at Moose Faetary, Hudson's fay, Caaada, May 9, 1149.  His faltier, Jaasas Stewart donate.*,  was a native of tha Orkney Islaads  and was lhe chief factor in lhe  Hudson's Buy Company. On thr  maternal aide Margaret (Miles)  Clouston, mother of Sir Edward,  was also descended from a* eld  Orkney family. Aa a lad 3 sung  Clouston altanded the public  schools andsubsequently th* Montreal High School, and in 1665, al  the age of 16, ha entered the employ of llie Bank uf Montreal as  clerk. In 1877 he waa advanced  to the position of assistant inspect'  or. In 1861 he was made manager of the Montreal branch and in  1887 was appointed assistant grr-  eral manager and in 1690 became  general manager, being fnrlln-r  honored in 1905 by election to the  vice-presidency, which potilions he  ably filled until his death. Sir  Edward S. Clouston had never aspired to any political office, nor  had he ever held any.  The grand Christmas opening at  Knowles' jewelry store is to lake  place on Saturday, December 7th.  An orchestra haa been engaged  and visitors in town should not  miss calling in. This opening ha*  become quite an annual feature  and is decidedly popular. The following week, December 14th, the  usual watch-guessing competition  will be held.  Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ludlow hnd  the misforlune to lose iheir little  nine-month-old boy, Kenneth William, on Sunday morning Int. The  funeral took place Monday after.  BORN   Thi. (Thumdey) manias, le the  wife of D. McFarlane, Glen avenue, a The Orchard Cirt) Record  Thuradaj), Nocember 28  ^���11 r  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published eoery Thursday al the Office,  Kelowna, B.C.  IQHX LE.4THLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Suhstrlpihn $1.50 per annum.  To United Slates $2. 00 per amw  Advertising 'ales upon application.  Farmers' Institute Wants  Members  Nevrr in the history of the province hns it hern so necessary   for  the farmers to cultivate that " get-  to-gctlier " spirit which seems to  now he recognized as the only  satisfactory modern way of solving  difficulties which beset any commercial enterprize. Farmers in  particular, and especially inexperienced farmers in a new country  are almost daily up against problems which can be easily solved by  a little friendly consultation and  comparison with neighbors. A  hint from a more experienced  grower will very often save days  of useless labor and dollars on tlie  annual returns.  But it is the more complex problems of shipping and irmrketing  of produce thai the va.uu - fan organization like the Farmer's Institute will eventually be seen. Combination is now the remedy advanced for the ills of the farmer  and fruitgrower, and there is wisdom in the cry. But do not let il  stop there.  As was rightly pointed out nt  the annual modeling of tlie Farmers' Institute last Saturday, ihe  farmers have in that body the very  best opportunity of realizing that  ileal of co-operative action in the  handling of their problems. With  an association already formed and  in direct touch with the government and farmers in the numerous  branches all over the province, it  is only necessary for evetvone  interested to become a member to  make it immediately effective and  powerful. Once such a body is  got together with the sole object  of the advancement of the disirict,  good is bound, to result.  An energetic campaign for new  members is being planned. The  membership fee of 50c. is low  enough to allow no farmer an  excuse for being  outside, and it is  Amusements  Rex Vaudeville Co.  In the Rex Vaudeville Co. who  appear at the Opera House on  Friday (to-morrow) night, manager  Duncan has again secured a fine  aggregation o( talented artists with  a world wide reputation. 1 he performance includes singing, danc-  ing.comedy and a fine ventriloquist  act by Marry C. Willis. I lie last  item on the bill is a musical comedy Farce entitled " Mistakes will  Happen," This is positively one of  the funniest one-act hits, evc.\' produced. Harry Lancaster, the famous Scotch comedian and Dave  Caston, eccentric comedian und  scare crow dancer are both well  known in die London Music Halls  and Moss Empires of Britain ���In  fact it will be like Leicester Square I  in Kelowna for one night only.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Plione I No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I nm prepared  to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well  equipped   wilh  Steam   and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Cnterrd for  To All Parti of tlie Lake  War is a Terrible Thing  as those who have been following recent events in Europe  must know  The only way to obtain Success  either in  war or peace, for  a nation or individual,  is to Seize an Opportunity  Famous Imperial Handbell  Ringers  The Imperial English 1 land Bell  Ringers will be at the Kelowna  Opera I louse on Saturday December I 4th. 1 his organization of  musicians ard glee singers have'  make a big hit all over America,  being .veil known from const to  coast, II.el/ fine musical selections  include such pieces as " 11 Trova-  tore," "L'ltalina" and "Masaiiells."  lhe company includes many soloists of note well known at English  provincial concerts, and tlieycome  here very highly recommended jis  musicians of exceptional merit.  Lovers of the best in vocal and  instrumental music won't n iss this  treat.  hoped that the appeal of the  directorate will be met wilh a  ready response. Ihe appeal, of  course, is not primarily for money,  but for membership, though, of  course, some funds are necessary  to carry on the work.  The duties of secretary are now  being undertaken by Mr. B. G.  Meyrick, and with the co-operation  of lhe directors in each district il  is expected that before the end of  another year the membership will  have reached between two nnd  three hundred.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All  Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  allies'  and   Gents'  Rubber   Heels  <jf the  Best Makes  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for tlie  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  J  when it presents itself.  Coming back to our own rapidly-growing city. Look  at the opportunities that are continually arising, and if  you want success you must act quickly.  Just think, property will never be so cheap again,  and who knows but by buying now you may be laying  the foundation of a successful career?  Come and see me and 1 can put you on to some  real live wires.  Laundry despatched twice a  wei-k.  'rompl attention and careful  work.  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and I will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  Remember llie date of visil of  Dr. S. I.. ThuIii-, i'Vi-si|<lil specialist,  of tlie Taube Optical Co., of Cal-  Katy and Vancouver, wlio will be  at W. R, Trench's drug store,  Kelownn, on Wednesday, December 4tlr. If tliere is any'hing wrong  with your eyesight don't fail to  consult him, All work absolutely  guaranteed as tested.  Special for Balance of November  It will Pay You  you to put in a stock  at these prices,     ft will be a  long time before you will again buy  GROCERIES and FLOUR so reasonable.  98-lb. sack o(  " Robin  Hood "  $3.65  49-lb          7.  1.85  49-lb.        ���        "Radium"      -  1.75  98-lb.        ���     "Pantry Queen"  3.25  49-lb   1.65  White Star Pickles, Sweet or Sour (reg. 35c), for     -    25c.  Sultana and Muscatel Raisins, while they Inst at 4 lbs. 25c.  Seeded Raisins (Nabob & Gold Ribbon brands) 4 pks. 25c.  ���    Empress, Ridgway's, A.D., Chase & Sanborn's Seal  Brand, Braid's Best, Nabob and Red Rose Coffees  (reg. 50c. and 60c), special for bal. of November    40c.  Also regular 40c. Coffee at 3 lbs, for $1  We will also do you a very special on TEA; one you  will make a mistake if you do not get in on  before it is all sold.   You all know " Blue  Ribbon" Tea, and have paid 40c,  45c. and 50c. for same.     Now  we will do you Blue Ribbon  Tea   for   balance  of  of  November at  3 lbs. for $ 1  We are offering fine large Onions for $1 per sack. Be sure and get a sack or two  at the price. Fine large Potatoes also at a price of $1 per sack. Bran and Shorts  to clear at $1.40 per sack.        Remember, only till December 1st.  Cash and cash only at  time of purchase governs all sales at special  prices.  A. W. BARBER & CO.  SUITS FOR MEN  Every man in this city who is contemplating the  purchase of a new Suit will find it to his  advantage   to   thoroughly  examine   our   line  . We are sole agents in thia city for tha famous  20th Century Brand  of Fine Clothing  and have no hesitation in saying that no higher  grade of clothing is being placed on the Canadian  market to-day.  Our range is very complete and comprises all the  latest colorings in Tweeds and Worsteds. Our  stock is also complete in all sizes from 35-in. tp  44-in. chest measure.  Our variety of the ROUGH BROWN TWEEDS  which have proved so popular this season ia one  of the leading features of our stock.  Well-dressed men realize how much depends on  the cut of hia clothes, and in buying from us no  doubt need be felt as to the correctness of even  the minutest detail. The aim of the manufacturers  of this brand of clothing lias been to surpass the  high standard of efficiency already attained and we  feel confident that once a wearer of the 20th Century  Brand you will swear by it and conaider no other.  Prices range from $20 to $35  We would draw special attention to the swell line of clothing we are showing at  $15.00 per Suit  The sizes range from 35-in. to 44-in., and there are quite a  variety of Tweeds and Worsteds in both light and dark effects  These suits are exceptionally good values and at the price cannot be beaten  All One price see window display $15.00  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  J.   LEVITT,   P.O. Box 495.  'Phone 194.  :    Crowley  Block    :  Office open every evening after supper.  Telephone  22 Thursday? November 88  uum�� jfilfii      i��� n        rr. ;  ������ ���������iii-iinsm   The Orchard Giti) Record  WANTED  RAW FRUIT LAND  wanted, from 100 to 300 acres.  Will pay some cash and give new  and modern House, in Victoria,  B.C., as first payment. * Land must  be free of rock, all in rough or only  small part cultivated.  ADDRESS:  P.O. Box  1115, Victoria, B.C.  How Much of Your Road Money is  Spent in Filling Ruts?  IF the millions of dollars that have been spent repairing worn-  out, washed-out streets snd roads had been used to build  more miles of good highways, fewer farmers would now be  wasting valuable time and monty taking round-about'' routes  lo town. t  fTIRST.cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usually  r only a "starter." The cost of upkeep soon equals that  first cost and there is always an ever-increasing annual expense  for repairs. The worst feature of it Is that such a rosd is  never a really first-clam highway.  IN estimating the cost of s rosd you should include the expense of keeping it in good condition for at least twenty  years. If you don't, you're figuring on the first psyment for  th.,t road, only. And the remaining payments are as certain  as taxes. The upkeep cost of concrete roads is practically  nothing. ,  Concrete roads are the best road* from the ttrst���and  the best and cheapest roads at the and of ton, fifteen  nnd twenty years.  pONCRETE ii tlie id*���I pavUif material tor stfMta ia small towns ai  ^ well ai for main highways in ihe country.  Edward N. Hi", Wave* County, Michipii. Road Coraminionar,  wd one if America1! foremost authorities on good roads, uyi i  WRITE for the he* about Concrttt Mgfawm.   When con-meed,  _, u�� your Influence te hire the rosd. for which you pay built to laat.  We hare highway expert! who will vliit any community intending  to httlld-more roadi and explain ]uit why and how concrete roadiare b��t  end cheapen.  Ctnatd* Cement Company UmkmA  ���10 H��r*ld Buildi-ff, MoatreaJ  :��HdjswiAComcnkr l/m>t. writs pr it. iTia  ~/tH.  ANGUCAN  St. Michael and AH Angela' Church.  Hohr Communion, fir** and third Sundaya in the  month at 6 a.m.; aacond and fourth Sundaya, after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the first and third Sundaya.  Mornini Piayarat M  o'clock;   Evening Prayer al  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Olcmingaii Mission.  Firat Sunday in month, Holy Communion at8a.m  Matins and Litany. II a.m.  _        , -     ,       Eveniona 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina and Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B A,. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Assistsnt Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Pretbyterttn Church, Kelowna.  Morning Services at II a.m.; evening servicesat 7:30  o.m.   Sunday School ��it 2:30 p.m.  Weakly Prayer Meeting on Wedneedaye at B p.m  Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.  Aftarnoon service at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m  HE  iMiEin nmnvii ��aim*,ij.-jji-s_����p��si(G_,*.:_SE;r-  i  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service al II a.m. and 7:30 p m.  Sunday School al 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aervice Wednodey al 6 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. .A., B.D.,  P.alo,  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Eltice Si;  Sabbat!, Service, el 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School al 10 a.m.   AH welcome.  Wed . 7.30. R.v. D. J. Welsh. P.stor.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed " Tender  for Public Building, Greenwood, B.C."  will be received at this office until 4.0i) p.m.  on Monday, December 9, 1912, for the  construction of a Public Building at Greenwood, B.C,  Plans, specifications and forms of con-  tract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson  Resident Architect, Victoria B.C.. at the  Post Office, Greenwood B.C., and at this  Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made  on the printed forms supplied, and signed  with their actual signatures, stating their  occupations and places of residence. In  the case of firms, the actual signature, the  nature of the occupation and plnee of res.  idence of each member of the firm must  be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  ai. accepted cheque on a chattered banlc,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of the  tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when catledeupon to do so, or fail  to complete the v/brlc contracted for. If  the tender be not accepfed, the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to  .ttpmpt the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottswa, November 18, 1912.  Newspapers will not  be  paid  for  this  advertisement  if  they insert it  without  authority from the Department.���29965.  1-2  THE GOID SHIP  The   Wiij   Treasure   Is   Transported  From One Country   o Another  and the Preemptions Taken  ,.     To Protect It  Of the many romantic happenings  wliich relieve tho limpness of modern  life, few appeal more sironely to the  Imagination than lhe einvevniice. to  and fro, of tho ��rn.t quail".ties of  gold ��� whether bullion or speeto ���  which, week In, week out, form aa  ever-flowing rnlden stream round tho  civilized world.  Porhaps the laratst quantities, of  tho precious melal ii" ino��o convoyed  weekly from South .Africa, the otir-  I ut of the m'nes. which in bars, nit  unlike exaggerated cnKis of yellow  soap In appearance, find their wny to  tho Bank of England and the other  great banks. The value of those weekly cargoes frequently runs Into millions  Then, too, every mull steamer which  leaves the docks curries its quantum  of gold. Oold In bars, gold In  sovereigns, gold In the coinage of  every nation.  The casual nnsser-by who wanders  through the long corridors nf the  Bank of England may happen on a  little stone-paved courtynrd, completely shut ln(by several sets of Iron  gates. Here he may see gold "bricks"  being thrown Into very ordinary-looking vanB by sturdy porters, who  linii.ll:> tho precious metal as If It  were mere clay.  A  Dig Responsibility.,  The van being full, a couple of Individuals, also very urdlnury-looking,  climb In and sent themselves on Its  gold-pavod floor, and off It gocB to  the docks or the railway-station.  Arlved at the docks, the gold,  whether In bars or coin ��� which  latter Is packed In bags containing  1,000 sovereigns or their equivalent,  which In turn are enclosed In Iron-  bound boxes, sealed with an official  seal at the Bank of England on every  Joint ��� goes straight on board the  ship It Is to voyage In.  The bars, or boxes, are received by  one of the ship's officers, and, with  tlie assistance of n couple of quartermasters, are carefully checked and  tallied. The officer ��� usunlly the  second officer ��� signs n receipt for  them, and they are placed In a special  hold, to which access Is obtained by  only one entrance, and that is locked  and sealed.  From the moment thnt he has signed tho receipt tlio officer is personally  responsible for lhe bullion and specie  nnd Its safe custody and delivery, and  access to the trensiire-nold can only  be had ��� legitimately ��� by means  of the key, which remains in his possession.  When Silence is (loldrn.  As to the exact precautions taken  to guard tlie bullion-hold nnd Us contents, and its preolse sitiial:on, representatives of tne various oompanlea  preserve a complete, and very wise,  reticence, and. even sailors and officers on the actual vessel seldom know  where the gold Is kept during Its  transhipment, so well Is tho secret  kept.  Probably not more than three or  four people lu tho ship are In possession of the Information. The truth  Is thnt, surprising as the statement  may sound to tho uninitiated, there  are in existence very highly organised  gangs of International thieves, whose  special work Is the theft, or attempted theft, of gold while In the charge  of tho steamer companies.  / Do you realize the  pleasure it would  give your friends  to receive a  of yourself ? If so,  you will not delay  having one taken  in time for your  ��� ��� .  '  WE HAVE NOW  EVERY FACILITY -  FOR DOING  HIGH CLASS JOB PRINTING  presents, ('all and  inspect the artistic  mountsandarrange  for a sitting at  Grays studio  Rowcliffe Clock  Studio open Thurs., Fri., Sat.  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  BENEFICIAL WARS  Some People Argue Thnt  Wars nnd  Industrial  Cnlnmltlrs   Benefit  Mankind    In    the  Long It ii u.  "It ia a pleasure to tell you that Cham,  berlin'e Coogh Romedy is lhe best cough  medicine I have ever used," writes Mis.  Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, Ga. " I have  used it with all my children and the resuls  have bean highly satisfactory." For sale  by all dealers.  Pew calamities In lhe world's' history havo been Unattended by some  advantage to humanity. The late  Lord Palmei'stou Is credited with  having stated that oven a great war  had Its benefits for tho English people  inasmuch as It induced thoni to study  geography. There are people who  go much further, and seriously argue  lhat the horrors of war are afterwards  compensated by reforms and discoveries which mankind at large would  never hnve enjoyed but for the drastic  chastisement which war Inflicts.  Among tbe arguments of this kind  deduced from history Is the statement  that all the wealth nnd luxury the  world has enjoyed from tho Industry  of brass-working would probably have  been lost but for the sacking and  burning of the city of Corinth ln the  year 146 B. C. In Corinth there were  Immense quantities of gold, silver,  and copper, and It Is said that the  violence of the conflagration was io  great that those precious metals were  melted nnd ran together, and thug  the famous Corlthian brass was first  manufactured.  EXPENSIVE MMI'LES  Sh�� i, nt a dimple in each cheek ���  a deep, dainty, loving, delicious, kiss-  iii.le dimple  "Ah," exclaimed the young fool,  ���how I wish I hud dimples like that!"  And he reached out his hand and  patted them softly.  Tbe maiden smiled until the  dimples wore a hundred times lovelier  than before, and the youth was completely captured. Ho took her for  drives In the park. Then he took her  to Uie Galldorf and treated her to a  dinner such as visiting prlucos Indulge in al tlie expense of tho Government.        *'  Next they went to the theatre and  occupied a box, and after that they  Bought out a cosy cafe.  And since then he has had two  dimples, two deep, cavernous, empty  li'Tip'os, one In each side of his p irse,  and they wil Istay there until next  pay day.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  ip   THE  STORE FOR XMAS GIFTS  Gift Suggestions  for the Xmas Season  Necklets for Xmas  A beautiful line of imported Necklets, set wit li that most fashionable  Stone, tlie peridot, also with pearls  and Ainytliysls. 9 carat find 14  carat gold, $15 to $40. We will  be very plensed to show you our  many lovelv designs in Pint  Quality Gold Filled Necklets.  They make a very nllrnctive gift  mounted in one of our neat cases.  Bracelets for Xmas  Bracelets are a very popular Xmas  gift, ami our 10 carat and 14 carat  Bracelets are beautiful in design,  and finish and llie last word in  .style*. $10 Id $40. It will pay  you to inspect our G>ld Fillrd  Bracelets���Plains Stone Sit and  Extension. A full line from $3  up. Each Bracelet guaranteed as  to quality and finish.  Watches for Xmas  A Lady'a Watch is a lovely gift  as well as a most useful one, and  when fitted with one of our iii^h  grade Waltham or Elgin movements ure perfect timekeepers ns  well as an ornament. Every  watch is guaranteed to keep  accurate time. 14 carat gold case  from $30 up, Cashier 25-year  cases fiom $14 up.  A Few Suggestions  We cordially invite you to inspect  our Christmas Slock nnd it will be  a plensuie lo show you any article  in our store. These me just fl  few suggestions/or1 Xmas Gifts ���  Brooches  Earrings  Chains    Fobs  Rings    Purses  Belt Pins  Bar Pins  Toilet Sals  Card Cases  Hand Bags  Manicure Sets  Mesh Bags  Music Rolls  Tie Pins    Rings  Cud Links  Watches  Chains    Fobs  Safely Razors  Fountain Pens  Military Biurhi a  Bill Folds.  Cigar Cases  Cigarette Cases  Cigar Holders  Writing Sets  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE  STORE FOR XMAS GIFTS  Crowley Block  Kelowna, B.C. The Orchard Cittj  Record  Thursday, Nocember  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLEND1D  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisbloch cannot be excelled forsubdioision purposes  In a sub-dioision of> this bloch eoery lot toould be a  FHST-CMSS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City toater aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inuestors  in real estate will find it worth their while to call at  our office and make inquiry into this offer.  CALL OK WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  Much of the pleasure and  all the healthiness of good cooking  are helped by the use of reliable  cooking utensils. We buy cooking  utensils only from  the best makers���  you ten be sure, therefore, of reliable  foods when you buy here.  Lot ua .how you tome of tha foil, wing i  Food Choppers Covered Roast Pans  " Queen " Pudding Boilers  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!   Coall!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nul sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -  $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.  Tslcplionti  M  Just About Now is the Right Time  to call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  Town and Country  Mr. F. E. R. Wollaston, returned  Saturday from a visit east.  Mrs. Percy O. Bird will receive  on the first Friday of each month.  Mr. J. A. Bigger returned by  Monday's boat from a visit to the  coast.  Mr. S. Barber of Woolsey. Sask,  is visiting his sons in town this  week.  Mrs. P. Edmund Colby returned  by Saturday's bout from a week's  visit to friends in Penticton.  Mr. R. W. Knowles, of Vancouver, ia at present on a visit lo his  brother here.  The Rev. G. O. Fsllis, B.D., will  preach in the Methodist church  next Sunday morning and evening.  Mrs. G. A. Fisher left Tuesday  morning for a visit to her old home  in New Brunswick.  Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Davies left  Tuesday morning for the Old Country where they will spend the  winter.  The Benevolent Sociely will hold  a meeting next Thursday, December 5th at 2.30 p.m. at the home  of Mrs. Millie.  The filling up of the new machine shop of Messrs. McQuarrie &t  Brown is progressing, and the new  plant is expected to be installed  during the next week or two.  The Ladies' Aid of the Catholic  church are holding an apron and  doll sale in the Opera House on  Saturday, commencing at 3.30 p.m.,  which will be followed by a chicken  supper at 6 o'clock.  Work has been renewed once  more on the new Anglican church  on Richter street, and the plastering nnd framing nf the windows  is in progress. Mr. P. Edmund  Corby, architect, is in charge of  the work.  At the Epworlh League of the  Methodist church Monday night  Inst Mayor Jones gave a talk on  " City Government," tracing the  development of municipal government, and outlining the various  systems in use al the present time.  On Monday afternoon, December 2nd, the ladies or Knox church  are holding a cushion sale in Jos-  selvn & Cooper's real estate office.  Cushions of all kinds, layer cake,  and home made candiea will be  on sale.  The Rev. H. G. Estabrook, sup-  eruitendent of Baptist missions for  B.C, will be in town this week  and will conduct the services in  the Baptist church on Sunday.  During the evening service a number of slides will be shown illustrating  carrying on of the work.  Mr, and Mrs. D. Mills and family  left lust Thursday morning for Vancouver, en route for their new home  in Australia. They were accompanied to the coast by Mrs. W. H.  Paisley, Mr. Paisley going aa far  as the Landing. A large number  of friends were on the wharf to  see ihem off, and many good  wishes expressed (or their future.  The Baptist Y.PS. met by kind  invitation at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. W. Riggs, on Pendozi street,  last Monday evening. About 30  members and friends were present.  The regular meeting waa conducted  Mr. Lee Legee reading a short  paper on " Environment," which  was followed by discussion until  9.15, when the meeting was ad  journed to allow for a social " free  and easy " various friends contributing to the entertainment of the  company. ,,  You haven't read all that interests you unless you have read  Barber's advertisement in this  issue.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA :: B. C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Block - -       Kelowna  P.O. Boa, 09  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc.. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.LS.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phono 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR,  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Hoyal College   of   Music,  and lately  '     trick P)*m,  Mm. Doc., Organist of the  Cathedral,  Manchester,  trig.,  with Kendrici  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al Ui. Studio, Trent!, Block, Kelowna.  Muaic  of  .vary  description   auppliael.  P.O. oa��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  f. (I. Bon l��S Thua. IS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence -Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Rec.ivea Pupil, at hia Sludio In th. MORRISON  BLOCK lor Lcaeone in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINOINO and HARMONY  3 yeare' previoue eiperience   Will play for d.rua.  Addiex Boi 257, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phono 67  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. _     'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER I  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ings.Tov/n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Orqun, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (AeeocUta of lha Royal Colle.e ot Otsanieta, Load.)  Give, leeeona in tho abovo eul��jecte.  Qualified   by  .lamination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ���ucce.ee.  at local  examination. (Trinity  College, London)  13  ycra' .ucccsaful  leaching eipciieiit.  Sludio   ���   Raym.r Block  I'he oy.a appetite i. often the aoutceof  amazement. If you would have auch an  appetite take Cham erlin*. Tablet.. Th.y  not only create a healthy appetite, ul  atrangthen llie elomach and enable it lo  do ilr work naturally. For aale y all  dealer..  VV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEtW  Awe. Mam. Caa. 3ff. C, E       Giaduaie ToiMte  tJaivmfe.  Waurwoeke and Sewe.ee. Syaun,.. Pumpin. and  I i.lilln. Pl.nl.. Conctele Co..  KELOWNA,"  B.C.  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Caduele McCill Ualvmkr)  Residence I   LAWRENCE; AVE.  Me<M(e> may ba  left at tha offic of  aaiee may  Mater.. Ral  ittanbury ot William.  Miaa FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  leechc. coirtKI  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINUINO  Boa 368, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER ��nd CONTRACTOR  Plus Ut! Estimates  Furnished  Residence,   10 Lawrence Ave.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated whhin one half mile of town, and being  about loo feat abovo tha laka, it command��� a beautiful viaw of tha town, laka and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  Thara ia only ona GLENMOKE. Don't miaa tha opportunity of aclccring a faw acrea of thia deairable  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ahow you our tub-divtiion  #   WOODLAWN  ��  Juat four blocks from the contra of tha town.     Pricea low.   Terms aaay,  monthly payment* if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We npmant only tha beat baud companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  \ ,    KELOWNA. 9,C.-:   '.ft  GO  TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you want a  ^GA1N~IN~REAL ESTATE  They have the beat valuea in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Boo.ter"  Come and tee ua  and   get  our  price! before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Heal Estate and Inauranca Brokers  Phou 2i KELOWNA. B.C.  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to  ���upply all your lumber   need.  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   hiBh-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, Nooember 2d  t^^^*t^f<*0^r^^^><-t^*fSt^*t*ii^t^  The Orchard City Record  i%^S^^i^^W^i,^aaa<����^^^'*��'����������Wi^^i^^^^^*.��^��|ifc'<��  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and tee our stock.   We carry th* best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').   All kinds of  Whips, Bits. Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and see our stock  before  Now is the rime to give your order.  buying  elsewhere  i\epcUfing is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,      .  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  D.olar. in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue  'Phone 150  KELOWNA  JU&& ���Aoud��vmaa��  fff flnaffliMdu  tW9t^t��oW��0m  uou know that you wioy a food  ntatt\tter*Acn tfyueofwhofHefiw*  youl \9-o\k. vou djxnd loh of time  in Sed^ you ftafht M at mU ie  wntfoitaSU. a toft tftrtsfy f��at~  thrttevtiUaMhtf^tomfat. the  nrtAfoebbYMbeMdMbnottb^ m  ^themfo^fiawnemftWOftrinf  InofUn^ou^matth^^a^eetUiin  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Home. Hippy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (|*HrM.PmteMk��ke*wEa��** ckurchM)  BULBS  Chrysanthemums  Carnations  PALMER *I0GMS0N- Bail 17  Will Open Prairie Market  Upon the return to Victoria of  Mr. W. E. Scott, deputy minister  of agriculture, who is now in Chicago, says a coast paper, an energetic and systematic attempt will be  made to increase ths markets for  B. C. fruits not only in the cities  but also in the smaller towns of  the prairie provinces. A considerable part of the energy of the fruit  branch of the department of agriculture has hitherto been devoted  to providing exhibits calculated to  attract attention in the centres of  the United States and Great Britain.  The real object and purpose of  these exhibits has been to bring in  settlers snd to sell lands to thsm  rather than to sell fruit.  The approaching campaign on  the prairies will be conducted on  a different basis; its object being  simply to provide an outlet for the  ever-increasing fruit crop of the  Okanagan and other districts. The  fruit will be collected by the carload under the auspices of the  department and will be sent forward, accompanied by an agent  whose business it will be to dispose  of it along the route, and, above  all, to see that it is properly advertised. It is believed that this scheme  in its carrying out will be comparatively inexpensive, as enough fruit  should be sold from the train to  cover the major portion of the  cost.  Ontario's Apple Trade  Ontario's apple trade in western  Canada has fallen off so much in  the past two or three years lhat  the government of that province  hss sent a special commissioner,  Mr. A. Earle, of Creemore, Out., to  Winnipeg and the western towns  to ascertain what the trouble may  be and report at once to the  government.  " No wonder we're losing to  British Columbia," says Mr. Earle,  " but we will have to stop this  kind of thing. Apparently the  Ontario shippers have been harboring the impression that any  thing is good enough for the west.  They've got to alter that opinion  at once and realise that they are  doing business with people who  demand the best snd lots of attention. A better system of inspection  will have to be established and 1  will recommend that to the government."  FAMOUS DVJUTC  rsness sf A*e*sn/HikjMat t*d r*y  *t Usrsltj m.�� w��. ist ���at,  SstaU is, r  Mi  SS"^  ���wa. t  KELOWNA-VEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  A wintry blizzard visited Montreal Sunday, and snow fell to a  depth of tea inches.  The cinematograph is to be introduced into the schools of Prussia  for the purpose of teachihg geography, history and natural science.  Private donations are asked, so  that the films may be supplied to  the schools at less thsn cost.  The Nation contains s wholehearted protest against a vigorous  organized endeavor to induce,  incite or compel all parts of the  empire to arm. It says the younger nations of the Empire are there  bv drawn into the vices oi the old,  and incidentally it trounces Pre  mier Borden for seeking to scare  ths dollars from his countrymen.  Henry Hudson of Sacramento,  California, is carrying an egg under  his arm in ah endeavor to hatch  from it a little chicken as a conse-  fuence of having bet his wife that  aft would poll a larger vote thsn  Roosevelt. The egg is sewed up  in s sack, which is strapped under  his left arm.  The manager of a Winnipeg insurance company purchased a  barrel of Ontario apples from s  retail store ths other day, paying  $5.25. When he opened the barrel he found a letter addressed to  'die purchaser.' It read, "I got  seventy cants for this bsrrel. How  much did you pay for it ?"  " The most prosperous year in  company's history is covered by  this thirty-first annual report," ssid  Sir. Thomas Shsughnessy st the  Canadian Pacific Railway's annual  meeting at Montreal. " The gross  operating income exceeded $125,'  000,000. and the net balance after  providing for fixed charges and  making the usual deductions, being $33,752,000.  Eighty-five per cent, of headaches are the result of syestrsin.  If vou are troubled that way consult Dr. S. L Taube on his visit lo  W. R. Trench's drug store, Kelowna, B.C., on Wednesday, December  4th. 1912.  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  " There ooutd ba ao belter medicine than  Choraberiene Crash Remedy. My children  wan all eiek wilh whooplne cough. One  ol thorn was ia bod. had a high (ere. aad  waa oovfiilaf up blood. Our doctor save  lhat* OiaeabaHia'.Coush Remedy and th.  (ret Haa* *a**d tkent. aad three boiiU  cured (Worn," says Mrs. R, A. Don.ld.on  ol Uaintjto., M��.   rorMl.by.il deal-  On* of tha BMSt c*l*brat*d dwarf,  of P**t Umw wa* Jsffary Hu4.an,  who was tors at Oakoiao, Hutlaml-  stAr*, Euflaad, la 1U��. 44 S years  of ago, when tta Sua. ot Buciiag  Baa took Mm sudor at, jr��t**tldu.  a* wm only itifnWai fecae* ate*  ���Mot li* did not *x*sM sat.! ti*  rselcaad ths ag* of Is, wh*o oe *��r*af  tt�� to I fast " laches, which Lv* nsver  ���bosssss. Soon after th* marriage  st Oharla* I h�� was prssasted to ths  ouSsa, by whom h* was kept for th*  Sawssnujnt of th* court, one* twins  samd up as s vaaiaoa pi*, when  th* pie wat opened out stspsd Jeffery  In all ta* dignity of his sights**  ,'iMhss, and made a eossgy sMsaMs  to th. astonished aad saHghSsd gSssn  *to la response te the llttls man's  'appeal to bs taken tats h*r service.  srossptly granted the reouest.  In a dust that h* fought, hia antagonist at am took th* affair a* i  Job* and appeared on the ground"  annas only wtth a .quirt, which so  ���ut***1 the little man that s real  snoouhter with pistols wa* arranged,  resulting In the' David killing the  Ooliath. Hudson died at the age of  (n while in prison for his alleged  ooiineottec with th* popish plot  4. Fellah Dwarf  Another notable dwarf wa* Joseph  Bomlwaaki, the Pole, of whoa* debut  an lrtsrejrtlog taje la toM. As a boy  at It, when he was Just so* inch  higher than a two foot rule, Borul-  WSaM was presented to the Empress  Mails Thar***, who was so charmed  by his good looks and grace that she  sensed htm on ttft lap'and gav* blm a  hearty klas. To the queen's question  as to what h* considered the moat Interring sight ln Vienna the dwarf  replied: "What 1 now behold, So Mttle  a man on the lap ot so great a lady."  TUa speech rendered the little fellow  a great favorite.  He became a special favorite of  tHssttsiaus il, who took him to Eng  hod and Introduced, Mm to George  UI, and for more than half a century  BorahraaW mad* hi* horn* at the  Kngllah court.  This dwarf, who at hi* tallest was  a yard aad three Inches, had s sister I  ���whose head just reached her big  brother'* shoulders. Borulwaaki was!  sot only a handsome and courtly man'  but a scholar of repute. He lived In  five reign* and waa laid to real In  Dunham in 1837, aid* by side with  th* FWatafflan Stephen Xembl*.  ^ Pallet**  Among other dwarfs of Interest wss  Pallets*, who acted as tutor to Ptolemy Phlladelptiua, and who wa* said  to b* *o light a* wall aa short that he  carried weight* In hi* pocket to prevent being blown away. Then there  were Corooaa. and Andromede, two  tiny handmaidens of Julla.nlcee of Augustus, each of whom w*> but 21  inches high. Ricbcbourg, wbe died In  Pari* In 1868. wae just on* Inch under  two feet. Chevalier Dasseasaa, who  flourished at th* commencement ef  th* reign of George III. wa* known  aa th* "vain dwarf" and attracted to  himself to little attention. Albenl.  th* firat king of th* Ixraibards had *  dwarf as prim* minister, to wit,  Berthold. who haa been described a*  th* wittiest and the ugliest of diminutive humanity. George Romonde.  nlcViis-raed th* "eccentric mimic." bad  the Jewish race boldly inscribed on  his face and hi stature oarer exceed-  sd�� feet��Inches.    *���  NOT THE USUAL IMllAX  Outside It w*a a dark sad stormy  Bight The wind W��w ��� ts tt sl-vey*  do** ou sue* occasions ��� tn fitful  gusts. Suddenly * stranger appeared  at the door. He pressed th* button  fearlessly. He wsa tali snd bend-  some, but his race ��� as usual ��� was  weather-beaten.  Tha door opened, snd the maid  thrust her head out  "Who tr* your  "ta this th* Sprlggs'. bouser  "Yes."  "Well. I am Mrs. Sprlggs'* leag-  loet aon. I have been sway from  horn* for twenty years; during this  Urn* I hsv* circled th* glob*. Break  the new* gently to mother, plea**."  "Mr*. Sprigg* I* set In."  "Wher. I* sbsr  "Attending a mother* own tewing  mentis j She won't p* home for twe  or three hours.''  "But psrthsnce my fsther���  "He Is upstairs repairing his clothe*  Snd hss left order* not to be disturbed, even If you cam*."  "Erse It I oam*T Why, they didn't  know I was coming."  "They here been prepared for It la  case you did."  "My sister KlIenT"  "the 1* roiling cigarettes for a  bridge-party, snd won't b* finished  for sa hour. After that .he dictate*  to her secretary."  "My brother William ��� where Is  hsr  "Of to th* counAry for a holiday."  "May I com* Ib and warm myself r  Ths maid shook ber head.  "���wry, sir, but my orders are pe-  ���Nlvg. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sprlggs hsv*  notified m* that if their long-lost  ohlM turned up at any time, to tell  bin that they have *o many engagement* that they couldn't see him for  aa Indefinite time. Ten might, however drop In again' In a couple of  yea**."  "His rirsfOWtt* '  Dr. H. W .Wiley, tbe food expert,  wa* talking at a luncheon In Washington about a food adulterator. "Hi*  firat offer," said Dr Wiley, "*oundod.  oa th* fee* of H. fair to the public.  put It wee Is reality as oofalr a* the  offer of th* divorcee. A wife, ifter  the divorce, said te ber kuabaad: I  ���m willing to loan yeu the baby half  ef the time' 'Ooodl' said be, rubbing  hi* bands. 'Splendid.' 'Tea.' ehe rammed, 'yeu may have him nights."*  .   .        . ~*   '�����      �� lw  tUTtsItsswa*�� *������*., ��.�� Mb  leave. Westlaai I.M ���*, 4 ��.��.  Extra Sewric* sa  W*dnssd*ys It Saturdays  Lstvto l^asaraa II  Lssvss Vsstkift  lljf*  ���stUCWESKaitVKJL SVfxVTS  Uses* KeWwa. 1i ��m.. iM *M  Loaves Boor Croo* IS JO *.����.,> p.m.  TUMI CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  rkaaeHo. ISA  An ad. ia ths "RatvW  it tha iMdUewk of a pfgrmdrt  buaineea.     Insist   ijpw  ltnowis�� you're tjhswa  & *, E-gum-  r  Sal'ikl   an.     '  rm%\wm  iHsmtpMm  II arO.al tlerttll S* tit*'Vlsixtstij  *a*eTAjS^P^W SJv*4^Kaae"aBi ape vbbbw s^avavaaBaWoavi  f'stavto.rte 4s*f MdnMI  i-Jr M.mi.*w* o  a,���*,em,mm**���  ,aiiai��niirihH ��r��  o��ans tamm ����w m  CytH.*^ra  H. LY.S0NS  KsU��M. CsieAii-*  ���****t****st**s*\s*tstSs*ie*>i*fS****<**^^  rSaa^^ea^SeSwa^u^eo^^^^s-vist^aia. i��  Rough and Dressed imht.  SUngU, Ststtag. Dosn. Wktiktn,  Mouldinf a, Eta.  t��'  Ke!��wii Siw-Mffl C*mmh l*ftd  HEWETSON and MANTLE; Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHOMZED  .  STtjm  MONEY TO LOAN  On Firat Mortgage*  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE.  LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  ���    i   i  i     nini' I  ��� i  Christmas Presents  ���, era1.  Ub* overyoao ela* you I  what lo give I* year ia*  Gift.   You are ssiHag as����gb>*a��rsHr i  lag ����anfh>M^r*Hr aael aSwaae. aaaT atorel  enough I* be valued 0*4 trooeureij.  We Can Help You  Cell ia and m our .nlendid ahowiag of        a  Cut Glass, French China,  Art and Fancy China  A Dainty aad Attractive Selection:  Electric Reading La****  FroH|6ie|45  Electric Irons, Toasters,  Heaters, Brpilew, &c.  And Every Article Guaranteed  Bicycles fot th* *��yor iot (i><a Mm ***���  ��� ��� ��� ��� Oi   ���rSaassmSMStem r    i     I    I    ��� a���*���  Our aiock j* full of o**ful .uggsatioa* far Gift pur��*a����, snd it will pay  yeu to own* and kefc around.  .     i        nm ,  i     .    i I i    i    i,    ,.  GEO. F. JAMES - Pendflri Street  P. O. Boa 90 Telephone 34       <    .'ii,  IT IS NOW  pretty well known that we carry the hinheet gr*d��* peeoihle  to obtain of Chocolates and oiher eonfectioiis, ef dSmeW  and foreign Manofacture; alto of OUR OWN make, .nd  our patrons ate sstisfied that they are getting THE BEST  when buying from us.  A n.w and complete line of  arid Dolls  have jutS been opened, end it will be to your ad vantage to see  these line* before selecting the Xros* toys for your children.  We also hkV* a full stock of Pipes (ia cases  end without), Cigar* and Cigarette Holder*.  snd Smoker* SoppKtS of all Kinds.  d* th. HeUe-fw It* keat ga t.  ALSGARD'S Bernard A* KtloWBt, B.C.  ,*m*****m**am*xee**mm*j**xw*m*M*-s^**msm>1^^ The Orchard Ottu, Record  Thursday, Kouember 28  ���--���'���-      ������    ��'��� '���' f'"'�� "���"*���"  COli GRAPPLE  Col. Ilooserelt, ��x.Pre��ldent of I'. S. Napoleon,   und .tleorg*.   VTasliiugton  Udee   Turned   Trlek   on   Pro and Many More Great Men Were  Wrestler Wko Was Teaching - Successful   Rooks' Agents  _      Hist Prltately. In Their Youth.  During tbe days Col. Roosevelt was  governor of New York, Mike Dwyer  bad a gymnasium tt) Albany, teaching  tbe tolon* how to bo strong and  healthy. ' ,  It ess not long before RoossVslt ts-  olded that he needed a little conditioning blmself, and be according ur-  rengsd with Dwyer to go througti  some private stunts.  Day after day, the future president  and Mite went to It, with tbe colonel's  circumference melting under the exercise,  "How, MtW-norw,. honestly, how  do you think I'm getting along?" the  governor Inquired, after the training  had extended over several weeks.  "Flnel" Mike exclaimed In truly  professional glee. '.'If you weren't  such a prominent man, I'd like to  match you with some of the ambitious."  "Really T" Roosevelt inquired, with  a touch ef susfplcloii In his voice  Mike insisted thut It was even so���  and the.men went to It again with  renewed wira      .   .,.  Now, Toddy had a private hunch  back ln his brain somewhere that he  had been nursing for a long time, but  lie took no partners on his secret. He  bad taken to grappling like u duck to  u llmtid atryam, ,md iu g.oi.r.ud In  lu It. '      -  It wa* never part aud parcel of tbe  colonel'* make-up to merely practice.  Whenever he went Into anything it  naa whole-souled, and ao It was with  tu. labors on the mat.  Mike coached blm lu bold after bold  lock after lock. First It bad been  'bully good eierolse," and uow tbe  muliiij for knowledge Included the  acquisition of tbe actual works.  tine day, when the political leader  and trainer had .stripped for action,  Mike fancied thut hu detected an exceptionally bright gllul in Teddy's  eyes, hut he attributed It to pulsing  blood aud physical fitness.  "Now,' 'said Uie colonel, "let us  suppose we-were really, truly opponent, und there was a crowd right  arunud u. cl.eerlng us uu. Whut would  you do first f"  They Himi to it roughing li to and  fro ovtir the cuuvus, tbe trainer lur-  gettiug thut he was inuiihuudiuig ibe  governor���or trying to.  Then with au especially dexterous  move Roosevelt wept back ul liwyer  and Bllpped his ample anus Into a  lull Nelson.  Mike wus against It.  ilia pupil had .lipped one over Du  blm and was going to take a fall. .  The harder Dwyer worked the harder Roosevelt labored, and flniily Mike  felt his heels becoming liglu. Tbet  they pointed skyward. There was  oue awful moment of uncertainly, aud  Mike came down ou the ether side,  vrVth both shoulders planted squarely  on the mat.  "How's that?" Teddy exclalnteo  Joyfully.  "Well," sa|d Mike, as he rose to his  feet and shook himself, "If you  weren't governor ot ths state I'd .ay  It was k oussed mean trick. Only���  mind you���never tell It tu anybody."  Teddy promised.  Ho never told.  But trie time came when Mike broke  the silence and admitted that he had  once met defeat at lhe bunds of a  man who occupied the White House.  Books. ��� Well-known firm of London publishers require the' services ot  country gentlemen to act as agents.  Liberal commission. Districts apportioned. Hunting and ��� shooting men  preferred. Members of good families,  younger sons who have been at .the  'Varsities or public schools, will find  this a first-class opening.   Apply, etc.  When the above appeared In the advertisement columns of the English  papers recently, no doubt many people  who read It would ask themselves  what things were cunilng to.  Country ge.,tlenien taking to book-  can vasslugl  Certainly jt reads, revolutionary,  even In these days or trading "nobility  aud gentry,"  But greater meu than country  squires have, before uow, been engaged In canvassing books.  Napoleon. Huuaparte, 'Emperor of  tbe French, the world's greatest military genius, was once a book-can-  insser.  Tbe future conqueror, while yet a  lieutenant, and with nothing to live  on but bis scanty pay, undertook to  "push" fur Messrs, Boulauger and  Co., the Paris publishers, a work called "Tbe History uf the (French) Revolution." Ami apparently he liked  the work ��� with Its emoluments - ���  for tiller a shun trial he applied to be  given tbe sule agency ror the Department or La Vendee. He had, liuw-  sver, to be cuntenl with a restricted  district .In suburban Pari*. With what  real be '"worked this may be Been  to-day ut the Louvre .where there Is  exhibited bis canvasser's outfit, together with the long list of subscribers' names which his industry secured.  Almost ut tlie same time, In a different pnrt of the world, another  future ruler was partly earning his  bread as a book agent. This was none  Other than Oeorge Washington,  "Father" of the I'nlt.ti State-i. The  purtlculur buuk that Wushlugtou canvassed bore the soniewbat lengthy  title of "Tbe l.oielun uf Stoke-on-  Trenl Squnre, AmeiHcuii Savage; How  Tfe May be Tamed by tbe Weapons  of Civilization."  'Tu "gut off" such a mouthful ns  this Would surely require more than  average ability und persuasiveness,  and It, as he recorded, Washington's  sales were eminently satisfactory,  small wonder that In later lire be accomplished so much greater things.  Tke Beginning *J Things.  Watches were being made al the  beginning of the sixteenth century.  Wall paper, with ' fancy colored  figures, began io be used In lSSH..' The  art wus developed thereafter largely  by tlie French.  Fow Hug and falconry were practised by ;th* ancient Greeks, .but. were  carried ! to greater perfection lu  medieval England.  Colored glass came from. Eg)pi  The Egyptians curried the art lu  great perfection apparently before  history begins to teU of. It.  Turf bogs were dug Ul 1113 for fires  Turf or peat boirs aro used to this  da) tor fuel, euyeelaily lu Ireland,  where ihey abound.  lluckwheut beem to be cultivated  In Eugliind ln HIT. It had been  i roilnilt into F.urogS from Asia ijne  hundred years before.  The first cologne waB Vailed Hungary  water, from the country of tt*  Invention.   H was mad* from spirit*  of wine distilled upon rosemary.  Taking Nu Chance*  Before he was well known, Wendell  I'lniliii... the distinguished ubolltlou-  hit, went to Charleston, and put up  at au hotel. He had breakfast served  lu bis ropm aud was waited upon by  a slave. Mr. Phillips seised the opportunity to represent to the negro  lu a pathetic ���way that he regarded  Mm us a mau and brother, and, more  than that, that he himself wae au  abolitionist. The negro, .however,  seemed more anxious about his breakfast than be was ubout bis poslUou  lu the social*scale or the condition  ot his soul, and finally Mr. Phillips  became discouraged aud told him to  go away, saying that he could not  bear lo be waited on by a slave. "You  must scuss me, massa," Said the  negro; "I la Ibllged to stay here cam*  I'm 'sponsible tor de silverware.  .    A Tale of Letters   .  Which letters are the hardest workers? The bees (B's).  Which are the most extensive letters? The Seus (C's).  Which letters ar* Uie most fond of  comfort? Ths Ess* OS's).  Which letters'liavs tho most to say  for thcmselvesT'TD* Ts. ��� ���  Which are the soisleet letters? Tt*  '"whlch'sr* th* longest letter.? Ths  K Whic'h'ar* th* poorset Isttsrs? Th*  ��TJZta*n����   (>���   ��*�����"'  tores? Tlie Tease {Ts ���  ���WW**.' ST* tfr# ��WSt SSBSHH* 1st-  Urs? Ths Wlss (Y's). -~<^|,  I ��� ��� '     v T .      ���  FAMILY ���POISONS  Some    tsliitiNliliig   Flirts   About   th*  l'ulsons Hi' Are Always Kitting  lu Our Foods.    Kteil Salt  Will Kill You.  Wh*n the doctor told me he was  prescribing prussje acid fur the pain  tu my stomach, 1 said 1 would rather  keep the palu than Uike such a poison.  "You need not have the slightest  fear." he assured me. "Why, you eat  poisons every day. When the Chinese  want to commit suicide, one or their  favourite plans Is to take half a cup  of salt."  ''Common salt?"  "Yes. In large quantities common  salt Is a violent Irritant. It sets up  severe Inflamuiatlou of the stomach,  ami kills as surely as arsenic.  "Salpetre, that colours bacon and  corned beef sn attractive red, Is a  powerful poison. One ounce has killed a person In three hours. * Many  people have been poisoned 'by 'this  salt.  "You must know Hint your pudding  and the Icing of your wedding-cuke  art Incomplete unless flavoured with  bitter aliiiiinils I am not sure how  many bitter almonds It takes to kill  a man, but they contain a good deal  of this prusalc acid thut yuu object  to.  "Oxalic uclrt, with" which foolish  people so often commit suicide, Is Ihe  suit which Mlies rhubarb and sorrel  their pelasant flavour. It la a violently  Irritant and dreadfully painful poison.  "Need I lell yon that cuffeln, lhe  exhilarating principle of coffee and  ten.  Is u, poison?    .  "Iti nearly all our condiments we  ���at iiolsoii. The oils or mil meg, cloves,  black pepper, clnniiiiiou, peppermint.  caiTiiway, horse uidloh, limine, etc.,  are all poisonous In lurgi doses.  FROM BEDS OF PAIN  Many of the Songs and Stories We  Enjoy Have Been Written on  Beds   of   Sickness   by  Chronic Invalids.  For more than twenty years the  lute Clark "Russell, writer of some of  the finest sea-stories In the Engllt.li  language, never ��--t fcot to ground  Crippled Ly rheumatism, and never  ���or a alnijl'.' day trea from racking  pain be lay on oil couch, or was  vl.eeled about In his buthchalr, aud  wrote.  At least, he did. not write himself  ��� he waB uot able to ��� but he dictated to his daughters, who took down  hie wordB. ln a way. it Is to his long  illness that we owj his books.  Many u book which has thrilled  thousands of renders has been written  ou a bed of sickness.  "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab" Is  a cuse lu point. Fergus Hume was at  that time a poor Journalist In Mel-  ���bourue, living lu a single room,, aud  making barely enough to pay his rent  aud for bread-and-butter. Iu his spare  time - little enuugh be had >��� he  begun this extraordinary mystery  yarn, and was half-way through when  Illness overtuok him ln the Bhape of  a ruglug fever.  Hume's Sleeping Partner  He was In debt, being Borne week*  overdue with his rent, and ln the Intervals between attacks ot delirium  he still tried to struggle on with his  work, l'reseutly be collapsed completely. Then uppeured a man whom  he knew slightly, an actor, who had  read the rirst part or the story, and  who promised to pay bis debts and  make him un allowance ror a time,  on condition that he shared the profits or the book; nnd not only that,  that Mr. Hume ��hould go halves with  the proceeds or all future work, If he  recovered.  A document to thia effect was duly  signed, and for some years the author  loyally kept his Bbure of the undertaking. The Bleeping partner, who  had taken so tinralr an advantage of  Mr. Hume's Muesli died, however, by  Ills own hand.  Helen Mathers was a mere girl  when she wrote "Coming Through the  Rye." A very pretty girl, too, and  a very active one.  But one of her best-known books���  "Honey"���wus written wheu she was  lyltiK un her back, suffering agony as  the1 result of a bad accident.  Tchiij-iin In Trouble.  Tho great Hubert Louis Stevenson  Is another Instance of an author who  struggled year after year with Increasing Illness, Illness which drove  him ut last out of Eugiaud to search  for warmth and sunshine ill the islands ot tbe Southern i'uclflc. All  his later books were produced under  the strain of ever-growing.weakneBB.  Tennyson himself suffered much  rrom Ill-health. In 1S43 be lost all  tils money, and fell Into such a condition thut his Mends despaired or  ���his lire. For many months he was  lu a hydropathic establishment at  Cheltenham, and It was chiefly to the  Crown pension of Jlunn a year that  we ewe all the magnificent works of  Ins later life.  "Stephen Adams," whose real name  Is Mr. Michael Maybrlok, ex-mayor of  Hyde said ln a recent speech that be  wns 111 ln bed when he wrote his two  most famous songs, "Nancy Lee" and  "A Warrior Bold."  EXOTtJH  SAID  A noted Iswysr bad a case 111 which,  among other things, he ��� wished tu  provo Ibat his clieiit bad no money,  and tu that end be cross-questioned  one of' th* opponent's witnesses as  fellows: ���  "You asked my ollent for money,  did you uot?"  "Well���yes sir."  "Answer promptly, sir! Let ub havs  no hesitation. You asked i him - Tor  money.   Now, what wus his answer?"  "1 don't know, aa I can tell."  "Hut Burely-ydu  remember'?"  "Yes, sir."  "Then out with It! What was bis  answer?"  "I'd rather not tell."  "Ho, hoi You are on that tack, are  you? You won't tell?"'  "I would rather not; sir."  "But you must; and If you do not  answer my question promptly and  truthfully I shall cull upon tha Oohrt  to commit you for contempt"'    .  "Well, sir,' If I must tell tales out'  of school, here you have It, 1 asked  him yesterday If he could lend me  half a dollar, and he told me be  couldn't.'  "And you believed him, did you  UOt?" 9    .  "Yes, sir, ror be said you had robbed  him of every cent of hl�� ready  money, and If he didn't get out of  yen��� bends pretty soon hIS'wife and  little ones would soon come to "  "Tbst will do, sir. You can stand  down."  CHEAP CLOTHING  Seme of   lie ('heap Clothing Swindle*  'Hint Are Taking place Every  Buy    Throughout   the  t'uitnlry,  During the winter months the  "cheap clothing" BWiiuller eomeB to  Ibe fore. This Is ibe method of manufacture of the "new and up-to-date"  clolhlng. The "clothes for nothing"  firm etnployH ngenlB all over the  country who make a point of buying  up all old clothing nB cheaply' as  possible. Nothing is despised. The  aaeiii is prepared to take old suits,  whether they are threadbare or not;  coats that would look shabby on a  beggur: trousei's patched aiid mended  till 'hurdly nny part of the original  pair remains, and. In fact, anything  that once may have been clothing of  Borne kind are fish tor his net.  "'i'riiiing Down" Factories.  At bis "factory" the clothes are  "torn dowu" by women. That Is to  suy. tlley are picked to shreds. A  certain amount of discrimination Is  shown, the similiter' parts of the  secondhand material being placed  aside and carefully sorted. 'The dilapidated parts of these old clothes ar*  more roughly treated. All colours, all  patterns. Ihey are all shredded. When  this has been done they ure placed la  a strung dye for some hours, after  which the muterlal Is dried and woven  '���>' ',- '-loth Once more It Ib dyed  and then turned luto ready-made sulfa  by the aid of sweated labour. These  nulls aro sold for rrom |6 or VI. The  dyes used ure the cheapest obtainable, and the customer seeB the result when his clothes soon begin to  acquire a rusty brown or a green tint  Divert Warning  Mrs. Wilson's husband was often  obliged to make long Journeys on  business, and frequently did not  reach home till after midnight. His  wife bad usualy slept peacefully at  these times, but a number of burglaries ln the neighbourhood during  one of Mr. Wilson's trips had disturbed her calm. One night Mr. Wilson  was stealing carefully up the stairs,  so that Uls wife should not be awakened, when be heard her voice, high and  strained.  "I don't know whether ypu are my  husband or a burglar,' she called;  "hut 1 am going to be on the safe side  and shot. So If you are Henry you'd  better get out of tho way!"  ouse  Friday, November 29  REX  VAUDEVILLE  COMPANY  A combination of Refined Versatile Artists selected  from the leading London   Music  Halls,   including  Harry Lancaster  Scotland's Greatest Singing Comedian  Miss Edith IWilma  Prima Donna Contralto  Harry C. Willis  The Popular Versatile Ventriloquist  Dave Caston  London's most Eccentric Comedian and Scare Crow Dancer  Concluding with the great Musical Comedy Farce  "MISTAKES  WILL HAPPEN"  ....      ,..,��� ia  .  ,. ������     r.    ���   r.    n i.      ...      I III ���-.��� -   ,....        i ,1 I l*i ,    i ���  Admission 75c.  Reserved Seats, $1  Children, 50c.  .   This Show is All Right  "Duncan Says So" Thurudau,, Nooerober ?8  The Orchard  i  Gitij Record  \YOU  will miss some excellent  entertainment these long  winter evenings if you do  not get some of the new  books���  the Net.  By Rex Beach.  riar Tuck.  By Mason.  Author ol' Happy Hawkins.'  [heir Yesterdays.  By Wright.  Author of' Barbara Worth.'  [he Upas Tree.  By Barclay.  Author ol' The Rosary.'  etween Two Thieves.  By Dehan.  Author of ' The Dop Doctor.'  Iironicles of Avonlea.  By Montgomery.  Author ol' Anne of Avonlea.'  orporal Cameron.  By Ralph Connor.  jrchy.  By Sewell Ford.  trying Out Torchy.  By Sewell Ford.  be Streets of Ascalon.  By Robert Chambers.  lie Mountain Divide     >  By Spearman.  Author of " Whispering Smith.'  iiymes of a Rolling Stone.  By Service.  Author of ' Songa of a Sourdough.'  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MININC REGULATIONS  '. B. Willits & Co.  IRUGG1STS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  .   ������.-..., ���  IHONE19"  Dr. MATHISON  ���j Dentist  KELOWNA    :    B.C.  Coal mining right* .of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan end Alberta', the  Yukon Territory, the North-weal Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one yeara at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acrea will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lcate muat be made  by the applicant tn peraon to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the (..strict in which the  righta applied for are aituated.  In surveyed territory the Und muat be  described by aectiona, or legal subdivisions  of aecltone, and in unaurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the righta applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining righta are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permit,  ted te purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  ahould  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Land*.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  Is your husband cross? An irritble, fault  finding disposition is often due to a di*-  ordered stomach. A man with good digestion in nearly always good natured. A  great many have been permanently cured  of stomach trouble by taking Chamberlin's  Tablets.   For sale by all dealers.  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptiyity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Kelowna  WILSON & HILL  REAL ESTATE  Business snd Residential Property      Orchard and Farm Lands  We handle some of the choicest sub-divisions  in the City of Kelowna, and investors can  be sure of   good returns on their money.  Investigate our sub-division of Block 26, close to C.N.R. station  site.   Lots 40 x 139 ft.    All good level building lots, and absolutely certain to rise quickly in value.   Price $300 up, op easy  terms to suit ths small investor.  Call  and  see  us  before  it  is too late.  A Job will  Always Look Better  For Being Done  WELL  We have every facility for doing  Job Printing  Half-Tone Work  Rush Jobs of all kinds  sRECORD OFFICE  Items from Ellison  (From our own correfptmjejil)  We regret to learn that the  Misses Clower and Hay are suffering from severe colds We trust  they >vill soon recover.'  We understand that Messrs. J.  Carney and T. Orchard are about  to dispose of the half-million ties  they cut some time ago ; that is, if  the jar doesn't empty too quick.  Archie haa built a new barn, and  Fred lias enlarged his, but John  J. H. has them both beaten a mile  for architecture, as you will see  when passing his ranch on the  Vernon road, ao just take notice  of his new style hay barn.  Mr. M. Hereron is on a visit to  Calgary. It is supposed thai he will  bring back with him the 345 ducks  that Frank Fraser and Dr. Huycke  shot (?) when they went hunting a  while ago. They will no doubt be  a welcome addition to the Ladiea'  Aid supper on Saturday night.  (Peihaps.)  The annual meeting of the EIIU  son Literary Society was held on  Friday last, Dr. Dickson in the  chair. The following officers were  elected for the ensuing . twelve  months:���  President-Mr. Bowser  Vice-Pres.-Mr. T, Morrison  Sec.-Treas.-Miss Taylor  Committee:    Mrs.   Bulmun,   Mrs.  Hay,   Miss   Orchard,   Messrs.   M.  Hereron, G. Monford, Booth, Peters  and Baron.    A social evening was  arranged  for on Friday next, the  29th inst.   All welcome, admission  free.  Benvoulin Notes  A social  was held  in  Mission  Creek School last  Friday  evening  by the Benvoulin Literary Society.  A fairly large crowd   was  present  and a thoroughly enjoyable  evening was   spent   by   all.    Rev.   J,  O'Bi ien acted as chairman and all  joined   in   singing   "Praise   God  From Whom all   Blessings  Flow."  1 lie following   programme   was  rendered :  Address   -       .       Chairman  R< atling   -     .    Mrs. McLean  Scotch reading   - Mrs. Squair  Violin Solo   -       -    Mr. Tuff  :    Aldrcss  - Mr. Wallace, Prei.  M null Organ Solo - Mr. Scott  Solo      -      .       Mrs. Fisher  The readings hy   Mrs.   McLean  and Mrs. Squair were heartily   encored. *  llie rest of the evening was  spent in contests and games. At  the close refreshments were served  by tlie Indies.  D.iring the evening some thirty  members were enrolled, and the  secretary will he pleased to receive the names of any others  wishing to join the society.  The next meeting will be held  in the Benvoulin school on November 29th. It will be known as a  Two by Three" evening. The  speakers to choose their own subject and write their notes on a  piece of paper not largrr than two  inches by three inches. A cordial  invitation extended to all.  City of Kelowna  Considerable interest is attached  to lhe discovery of human footprints in some sand stone slabs  laken from the Steeres quarry at  Warrambool, New South Wales,  It is estimated that the impression  of the footprints was made between  20,000 and 30-.000 years ago.  Don't waste your money buying strength,  ening plasters. ChamWInin's Liniment  is cheaper and better.' Dampen a piece  of flammel with it and bind it over the  affected parts and it will relieve the and  soreness.    For sale by all dealera.  DOG TAX  Notice is hereby given that nit dog tags  for (he year 1911 ex ired on July 1st last  and all dog running at large without a  new tag on and after December Ist 1912  will he impounded and destroyed. All  persons harboring a dog upon which the  taxes for 1912 have not been paid aie  liable to a fine of $25.00 and costs. The  By.law will be strictly enforced after  December 1st next. Dog taxes may be  paid to the Chief of Police, at the Court  House from 11 a.m. to noon and from  5 p.m. to 6 p.m.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk.  The Gurney-Oxford  is prompt  No matter what comes or goes���meals we must have.  The preparation of meals come* round three times  a day.  Every housewife wants to know that she can depend  on her stove absolutely; she wants to know that theje  is no element of chance or likelihood of mishap in her  cooking arrangements; that meals will be ready  promptly on time.  The Gurney Economizer is an assurance against  accident and mishap in cooking. It is a simple device  and found only on the Gurney-Oxford. One lever  control* everything. The fire can be slowed down  for hours and revived in a few minutes. An arrangement of flues makes the Gurney-Oxford Oven always  uniformly heated���the Gurney-Oxford Oven is never  to blame I It will make a good cook a better cook; it  does mora than its share towards making every meal  a success and a pleasure.  D. Leckie, Kelowna  KNOWLES Die JEWELER  Xmas Gifts tar the OT Cawilry  ANOTHER year has rolled away  and we are confronted with the  problem of Christmas Gifts. It  is a task we all enjoy, but nevertheless  it is usually perplexing to procure something that is easily sent and at the same  time appropriate and acceptable to the  receiver.  Miny things that 'one sees and  admires are too large and for this  reason you are debarred from sending.  With us we make a specialty of small  and neat gifts that can be readily and  conveniently selected, thus you will find  it of great benefit to shop with us.  If you will bring in your list and  select  From Baby to Grandpa  You Will Save Time and Thus money  For you can procure your presents in a surprisingly  sliort time and have it over with.  Our stock ia most conveniently assorted. We pack  each article in a neat box and prepare (nr the post,  thus saving you much time and inconvenience. Ihis  assures their opening up nicely and greatly adds to  the joy of the receiver. ���  We are  Xmas Present Specialists  It Is Our Business  We have been buying presents (or you (or the psst  twelve months and believe we can offer thia year a  selection of articlea equal to anything shown elsewhere.  It is our ambition to serve our patrons. We are  fond of our Business, and it is this as much as the  Financial remuneration that encourages us to push on  to even greater success.  We are printing below a few of the articlea that  might serve as suggestions and be of value to you.  Gift Suggestions  Ladies  Gmtlemei  Strap Wad-lies  Ring*  Cigarette Tubee  Military Brushes  Fountain Pent  Waist Set*  H      Boxes  Hair Brushes  Bedroom Clock*  Safely Pin Seta  Cast**  (loth      H  Earrings  Hand Bag*  Strap Watches  Si gnat Ring*  Bracelet*  Card Case*  Watch Chain*  Photo Frame*  Pendant*  Purse*  ���     Charm*  Compass**  Locket*  Mesh Bag*  ���     Fob*  Baromatar*  Travelling Set*  Towel Caae*  ���      Locket*  Shaving Mirror*  ���        Clock*  Hat Pina  Pencil*  Cigar Cutter*  Serviette Ring*  Toilet Set*  Pipe*  Tube*  Tliimble*  Pencil*  Flasks  Caaaa  Souvenir Brooche* Scissors  Fountain Pena  Boxe*  H       Ring*  (nil ill*  Tobacco Pouches  Pocket Book*  ���       Spoon*  Powder Boies  Card Caae*  Bill Book*  ���       Pencil*  Photo Frame*  Bedroom Clocks  Safety Pin*  ���       Tray*  Bruahe*  Scarf Pin*  Link*  Arrowhead  E  root-lire  Waistcoat Fob*  Studa  Rntilcanake Brooche*  Bridge Sol*  Ash Traya  Xmas Gifts tor the Old Country  KNOWLES, THE JEWELER  Kelowna, B.C.  Grand Xmas Opening  Saturday, Dec. 7.  Annual Watch Guessing Contest  Saturday, Dec. 14 The Orchard Gitij Record  Thursday, Nooember 28  The increasing cost  of  living has  hit  us  as  hard as it has hit you. It has meant  fewer sales and smaller profits to us.  We have had to sit down and consider how to overcome the trouble.  We have had to find better markets  and buy our goods more keenly.  R'.iJ '.he quality has been maintained  SPECIALS FOR  Corn Starch -  Good Salmon  Ginger Snaps  SAIL DAY:  - 3 pks. 25c.  2 tins 35c.  - 2 lbs. 25c.  Stat Sardines (in pure olive oil) 2 tins 25c.  Mooney's Sodas in Pails -    35c.  Corn Flakes -       -       -       I Oc. pkg.  THE STOREOFPLENp/  'Phone - 35  { WANTED! )  .'  C Ottt* per  won!, first insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 cuts.  FOR SALE  Pony, I larness and Cart. Pony is quiet  to ride or drive. Cart and harness are in  good running order. Price and further  particulars apply Box 64, Kelowna,       37tf  WANTED  Female Help to work in the cannery.  Good board and loom furnished, Excellent  wnt.es iiiifuanteed.   The Kelowna Canning  Co., Ltd. 4M  WANTED  Plain sewing, children's cluthes or   gen-  etnl dressmaking.    Apply Hox 446. x  FOR SALE  " !.licit. " Typewriter, perUct   condition.  Cheap,    Apply " Record " Office, x  TO RENT  Two-stall Stable, on Park avenue,  ply Horrocks, Second Hand Stoic.  Ap-  48if  SI RAYED  liirce.qu&itL'r Jerecy lieifei; brandedPP  right hip, lip of left ear alit.    $5 offered to  anyone returning her to W. D. Pease, Black  Mountain Koad. 49tf  \  FOUND  j     Bundle ol Leather and Harness.  Owner  cuii have sania  by   applying at " Record "  Ornc* and paying for this advt. x  FOR SALE  I wo sets team Harness ,   One  double  democrat   harness ;   One   buggy harness.  Good value.   1 lioinlinson, Harness Maker,  Kelowna. 52lf  FOR SALE  Household liirniture. Apply mornings  or evenings, W. T. Ashbridge, Glenn  Avenue. 52tf.  LADY WAN IS DAY WORK  Apply Box l;��� " Record " Office.     52tf  GRADUATE  NURSE  H years' experience.   L-'.ngftgenientt made  by   applying  to  P.O.  Box   546,   Kelowna,  B.C. 52  TO RENT ON TRACK  Small Warehouse.    'Phone H 3.  1.2  CHOREMAN  Situation   wanted   in   town.    Apply   nt  " Record " Office or 'phone   Jas.  Cadigan,  care of Mr. Chas. Harvey, I  Fowne'i  Gloves  . THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  Penman's  Hosiery  Furnishing  Department  Sheep-lined Coats  From $6 up  Mai kiiiBw Costs nnd  Pauls in I1.!... I. nnd  Grey. These nrr tlrr  cilrlirnterl"CANSS"  Slid cannot lie rqunl-  !"d anywhere.  (Clsrk's linad)  Gloves and Mitts  In all thr best tans of Hone Hide, Cslf Skin. Pig Skin, Buck Skin, fitc.  Ml A full stock of the  OCassins Granby. Rubbers  The genuine Heavy Moose. Just the     on  |���n,|   w|,i,.),  .,. ��ery necessary for  thing  fur cultl weather in llie hilla tha n,ud  Sweaters, Socks,  Underwear,  Lounging Robes,  Smoking Jackets,  rlc.  In fact.evcrylhing thai  any ftr��t-< last Furnishing   sture   cat lies   ill  stock.  Satisfaction Guaranti e<J  or mo..ev refunded  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones:      Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  Kelowna  For Ever  This year there were over  25,000 cases of Tomatoes  canned in the Kelowna  Cannery, and that proves  one thing conclusively���  that all who have used  Kelowna Tomatoes heretofore have been so well  pleased with them that  they are demanding them  again this year, which  prove9 conclusively this  fact, that they are  The Best  Canned Tomatoes  on the Market  The same may be said of  any of other Kelowna  Canned Vegetables, or  Fruit, viz., Beans, Pumpkins, Plums, Peaches and  Apples.  Did you ever try  Blue Funnel  CATSUP?  Put up in bottles by the  Kelowna Canning Co., Ld.  I  25c. per bottle  Beans - 15c. can  Tomatoes - 3 cans 50c.  Peaches & Plums, 25c. can  Apples       -    3 cans 50c.  Ask for  Kelowna Canned Goods  OPENING  ���' ������-������!��� a��-ii ii    i     i. ai.  Announcement  MESSRS.  CASORSO BROS.  beg te announce that they  will   open   for business in  * their new  Butcher Store  Monday next. December 2.  WATER STREET  Behind Bank of Montreal  Phone" 194  P. O Huil 2  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating & General Home Repairs  General House Repairs will be  apeedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call  at office  if  in  town, 'phone  or  write if at home,  Don't forget that Chicken Supper  Opera House, Saturday  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees sr* vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow lhe prize  fruit, that got the highest  prises at the greatest apple  shows -in ths world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-yesr-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the'  nursery business snd know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okaoap Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  The McKenzie   Limited  *..���>.  HARDWARE  Better gat that  Felt Weatherstrip  for your Doora and Windowa before ths  winter alalia  It ia a good tima to look over your  Kitchen Reauirementa-'  Bake PaQs,  Roasters  Saucepans  Fine Cutlery, .nd  Carving Sets  A new Range bought now  is well bought  If yon need a HEATER than is no  batter time to buy  Watch (or our diaplay of Chriatmaa  Goods nasi month  Dalgleish & Hardii  KELLER  BLOCK  Ig

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