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 I i'  NO. II.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA/THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914.  $1.50 Ft*  Reductions in Water  and Light Rates  SALE OF DEBENTURES PUTS  consumer, who was bettor able to pay  the rates, a cheap rate at the expense  of the small oonsutaer. /  Alderman Taylor, on behalf ot    the  ,'Health Committee said he could    not  reoommend at present a reduction   in  the scavenging   rates as the    present  "COUNCIL IN BETTER CONDITION ��'e had just paid for the cost of tho  . : work during 1013.    In order to make  The council met as UBual last Friday ��� uniform discount for all monthly  morning but adjourned almost lmmed- �����*������ tho Health Committee recommen-  letely to Saturday morning iu order ded <��n Inorense in the gross rates to  , that the members could attend the sixty Mnta 'or boxes and thirty cents  meeting of fruit growers in Raymer'B '��r urinala. The inorease in thi  hall. There was a full attendance on amount of rebate would then bring the  Saturday, the mayor, who had return- mt ***��� to *n cents nnd 20 cents  ed from the ooast, presiding. : before.  A number of minor items of oorres-1 By-laws no. 180 and No. 151, were  pondence were disposed of, and a mat- introduced, for thc,min:o:�� ol making  ter conoerniiig the sale of the city de- !the suggested changed in the light  benturee taken up. Innd water rates, and No. 152 to amend  Alderman Sutherland said that sever- 'he scavenging rntcs as above. These  al offers for the debentures had been v'mo z'ma " firsl reading.  received during the week, the beat be-1 B-V-law No. 119 was also read. This  ing one from Wolverton & Co.,. of Van- ,a �� '"'"^ measure for tho purpose  couver who bid 96 and accrued interest ot m��W")t the debentures issued under  for' $46,000 six per cent debentures up- bylaw,No. Ill payable 'n New York, as  on conditions that the oity give     an .required by tho purchasing firm  option of one week (afterward changed  to' one month) upon the remaining un  sold five per cent, at 85.   At a meet  School Children to take Census  Mr. A. R. Lord, principal of tho public sohool, was present and slated that  ing of the Finance Committee it had it had been suggested by the Board  been decided to accept this offer, and-0( School Trustees that a cenBus of all  the clerk had wired to that effect. If children of fourteen years of ago and  the firm took, up their option on the under be taken for the purposo of native/per oents said Alderman Suther- 'certaining tho number of new scholars  land, the city would again be square for whom it will be necessary to pro-  with the world and have money to vido accommodation next torm. After  spare. The most satisfactory feature |disouasing the matter tho Board had  about the,transaction waa not that!decided that with little extra trouble  the oity had sold its bonds but the n complete census af tho oity, includ-  indication , that in the near future jng adjoining subdivisions, could be  money weuld be available for general taken. For the information of the  business purposes. 'citizens ho would like an expression of  His worship the mayor,said he had'opinion from the counoil on the mat-  taken up tho matter of the oity's   de-' ter.  bentures with several firms at the j All tho members of tho council ex-  coast, and he had found several anxi- pressed their approval of the proposed  ous to get options. The prices offered notion of tho sohool authorities to  were lower than those accepted and ho have a census of tha oity taken, and  considered tho city had made a good the mayor informed Mr. Lord that tho  sale under the existing conditions. He city would bo pleased to "ivc any as-  added that il the money was all to sistancv or information required.  hand before April 1st, the Board of I Alderman Taylor informed the eoun-  Worka was Hkely to have a busy year, oil that the soavengor had reported a  The aotion of the Finance Committee number of people ignoring the health  in accepting the offer was confirmed by'regulation by using wooden boxes and  resolution.   *- *?'.   . ��� "! even, holes in the ground in'their pri-  A cheque for 11330.34 was' received j vies. The Health Committee was re-  from Mr. Hugh A. Heggie o' Vernon, quested to instruct the chief of police  solicitor for the Canadian Northern to warn all people who violate the  Railway Co., in payment of taxes for health bylaw in thia respect that they  1912 with interest an property held will be prosecuted unless tho conditions  by the coinoanv in the oity.   Mr. Heg- complained of are removed within     a  gie stated that he would take up the  matter of the 1913 taxes later.  Reduction in Light and Water Rates  Alderman Sutherland reported   that  the Water and Light Committee   had  decided to reoommend a reduction   of,  reasonable time.  Aid. Ddggan,   as   chairman   oi    the  Parks Committee reported that Messrs.  ,D. W. Crowley, F. M. Buokland    and  ilL.'E. Taylor had consented to     act  on the board of Parka commissioners  2 cents in the net electrio light   rate,jfor the 0,'rrent J"*1-' A "solution was  'accordingly    passed confirming     these  ' appointments.  Alderman Taylor   recommended that  an   order   be   placed   for 400 feet of  to make no change in the net power  rate, but to out off the oharge of 25c.  per month for power meter rent; to  reduce tha net minimum charge for water from 11.20 to .1.00 per month, entitling the consumer to 4,000 gallons,  each additional 1000 gallons to cost  10c. net instead of 12c. ss heretofore.  Ths rate of discount on light, water,  power and scavenging would bs inoreae  ed to 88 1-3 per cent, thus offering  still further inducements for prompt  payment.  Alderman Adams said that a number  of citizens had informed him that thsy  were looking forward to a reduction in  light and water rates, especially in the  minimum charges.  AldermanCopeland asked whether the  oommittee could not see their way to  make a reduction in the power rate,  he being of the opinion that such a  rsduotion would induoe a much larger  number of people to oonnect with the  power esrvios.  Replying to the last two speakers  Alderman Sutherland said he could  not reoommend a reduction in the minimum monthly. rates for light nor any  reduction in power rates. Ths minimum light rates ware already lower  than in most of ths ooast cities. A  careful estimate of the ooet of generating electricity in the city plant placed  it at about 7$ to 8 oents, so that consumers were now pradtioaBy getting  power at oost. Be also pointed out  that the plant was taxed to the limit  at present and it would therefore be  unwise to offer any special inducement  to obtain new power connections, as  the city could not yet take oare of  them. Vernon, he mentioned had a  five cent power rate, and though this  might appear small, yet their oharge  of 81.00 par month per horsepower of  motors ran the cost to the consumer  higher than in Kelowna except is oases  where the motors were in constant use.  Considerable influence, said Alderman Sutherland, had been used to induoe tho oommittee lo adopt a graduated scale of charges for Mght and  power, but the committee had not fal-  tea in writ tKe idea of giving tattle.*,  oleaning rod for the sowcrage works.  He also reported having asked Mr.  Mitchell to obtain prices on a diaphragm pump. The clerk was requested to place an order for the cleaning  rod, t  Tbe clerk reported that ho had been  requested by Mr. A. L, Mcugens, secretary of the Kelowna Aquatic Association to inform the council that the  lease of the site of the Association's  buildings in the park as aoproved by  the council on January 12th, 1913 had  not been executed, and request the  council to confirm, sign, and deliver  the same. It was decided to eonwlor  this matter at the nest, meeting.  Fire Brigade Annual Report  The annual report from the Kelowna  Fire Brigade was submitted, showing  that during the year there had been  twelve alarms of fire involving a total  fire loss of $8175.00.  The report waa accompanied by the  following letter from the Chief of the  brigade. Max Jenkins:���  Gentlemen,���The Chief and Directors  of the Kelowna Volunteer Fire Brigade  beg to submit their report for the  year, 1913.  There was some confusion in regard  tb fire alarm signals during the early  part of the year, but since the new  arrangemonta were made, the signals  have been very satisfactory..  The services rendered by automobile  owners in conveying members and apparatus to the fires proved of very  great benefit, and illustrated the fact  that to give efficient service an automobile fire truck is really necessary  and therefore we respectfully urge that  one be purchased at the first opportunity.  We are pleased that extra hydrants  have been ordered as during tho y<sr  a groat amount of hose has been laid  in same oases.  MAX JENKINS.  The report was also accompanied by  ��� Hs of  Miss Mildred Wilson Leads  at Close of First Period  MISS FLEMING IS SECONI  EDLY CLOSE RACE    MRS.   PETTIGREW   THIRD DECID-  SPECIAL PRICE FOR NEXT TEN DAYS  Wednesday evening marked the closing of the first period in the Record's  31200.00 Prize Campaign. Every contestant was anxious to secure every  available subscription, in order to receive the maximum amount of votes allowed during the first period.  Today's vote standing is replete with surprises. Miss Mildred Wilson uow  holds tho premier i poaition, and she ii receiving the congratulations of her  many friends, and they are richly deserved. She possesses all the qualities  that go to make a successful candidate, and if perserveranoe, coupled with  confidence are qualities that go to make a winner, Miss Wilson will be bard  lo boat. '  Miss Joy Fleming, of Rutland stands second, being only 9,500 votes behind the leader. Rutland should feel proud of Miss Fleming and her coworkers, and Miss Fleming should feelproud of Rutland, through the loyal  support they are giving hrr. It is quite evident that Miss Fleming has'her  oyo on the 8850,00 player Piano, and her Rutland friends are giving her  "rand support.  Miss B. Pettigrew holds third position, only a few thousand votes separating her and Miss Fleming. Mrs. Pettigrew has proved herself the "over  busy candidato" and she has a ho9t of friends who are giving her substantial  support. I'eisorvcrnnca is a strong virtue, and Mrs. Pettigrew possesses  plenty of it, which will make hor a vcy formidable candidate in the race  for permier honors.  Perhaps the surprise of the standing today ia the remarkable gain made  by Miss Byrns. Miss Byrns was tb last candidate to enter her name in  the competition, but today's standing shows that she will be a real contender, and when the nexA publication of votes appears she may spring a big-  tror surprise.  Lack of space prevents the mentioning of tho remaining candidates, but  their votes apeak for themselves. Perhaps never before in a competition of  this calibre has there been such a close race for honors. The standing shows  today that the ninth candidate can take the lead with two "five year" subscriptions, which goes to show how close the race will be at the finish, and  also goes to prove that tho work done during the next three weeks wi|l determine who will bo the fortunate young lady to carry off the 8850.00 Stan-  loy Player Piano. Evory candidate is doing her work well, and as they  stum! at tho present timo, there is not one candidate who is not strictly in  the running for top honors. In contests of this nature, one usually sees  ono contestant out-run the remainder and attain a big lead, but so far it  hasn't developed in the Record Campaign.  SPECIAL PRIZE  To further encourage the contestants in the big campaign ���announcement  ia made today of a special prize. The contestant who turns in the MOST  MONEY for subscriptions between Fetruery 5th and February 18th, icchiBivo  ��ill be given 815.00 in gold. This should prove a great incentive for earnest work. Anyone who wishes to enter the campaign and compete for the  $15.00 in gold may do bo, in fact a newly entered oandidate would have the  advantage. Every contestant has her circle of friends who she naturally expects support from, and at present time the contestants who have been  working through the contest, have their field fairly well canvassed. It is  quite evident then, that a newly entered candidate would have a slight advantage. Anyone desiring to enter and compete for the special may do  so, and drop out at the close of the special period, or remain in and compete for the main prizes to be awarded at the close. The special prize will  not conflict in any way with the main contest, aa all votes turned in for  tho 815.00 in gold will count on the regular prises. It is simply an inducement for earnest work.  MAXiMUM VOTES  Contestants are all aware that the second period provides for a decrease  in the vote schedule to tho extent of twenty per cent, that is, a year's subscription before Feb. 4th earned 1500 votes, while now it only earns 1000.  Contestants should study the combination schedule, which doeo not provide  tor'a decrease. By having your friends subscribe for the Record and Canada Monthly for the same number of years you will then be receiving full  amount of votes. It is- the beacon light that lighte the road to suooeas,  and those who take advantage of this schedule will be nuking their subscriptions earn their full power.  VOTE (JETTING .  Candidates who have received subscriptions for one year and can solicit  another year or two years, will receive the difference in votes. That is, a  payment of two years on a former payment of one year would earn 3500  votes.  THREE WEEKS MORE  Only three weeks more in which candidates may hustle votes in the big  campaign. Every day will count from now until the close, and the contestants who nre desirous of being winners should make each day fruitful. Opportunity is knocking on the door or eaoh candidate in the campaign today.  The vote standing shows that it is a close race, and will be a close raos  at the finish. Next week's publication may spring many surprises. Those who  are now tail-enders may be top-notohera. It sifts down to the mot that the  busy contestants during the next three weeks, will be ths successful candidates on the night of February   25th so HUSTLE! Hl'STLE! nUSTLEi  SUPPORT  That the campaign ia meeting with tho approval of the public is demonstrated daily by the number of subscribers who calli at the contest offioe and  pay their subscriptions and give their votes to their favorite oandidate. This  is unexpected support but should be great encouragement for the fortunate  contestants.  VOTE STANDING  The followlnrr represents the comparative vote standing of the napective  candidates, cast up until Wednesday evening.   The votes   represents the entire strength.  Misa M. Wilson      636.750  Miss J. Fleming    Mrs. B. Pettigrew    Misa Byrns    Miss J). Perry    Misa M. French    Miss Thompson    Miss 0. Wrigvlesworth  Mrs. Urquhart   Misa Berard    Mias Raymer    527,200  519,500  517,000  506,250  502,500  493,750  490,500  480,200  463,760  458,500  'Mrs. Millie had kindly consented to  read her Diary of London and Ireland  at the Benvoulin church on Friday  night, the 6th inst. Anyone who has  not heard this paper read, should not  *J thia opportunity of hearing it,  The Benvoulin' Young People had a  very enjoyable sleigh ride on the night  of February 2. They ended up by  going to the home of Mr. and Mrs,  Geen where they had games and re-  freshmente and then wended their way  Kosss egato.  manager of Central  Agency Meets Growers  YEAR'S BUSINESS DISCUSSED BY  SHAREHOLDERS  Mr. R. Robertson, the manager of  the Okanagan United Growers' Ltd.,  the "central selling agency" which was  $30,000  DOMINION ESTIMATES  BROUGHT DOWN SATURDAY  The main estimates oi ths Dominion  Houss whioh were tabled last Saturday total $146,786,126 for ordinary e��  with $143..  Of  oj^anized last spring for the purpose P����*tures, as compared  of marketing the fruit and vegetable i213'818 ���"* >*"' <* �����  crop of the Okanagan Valley, met the, W.573,313. A decrease on capital ex-  local shareholders last Friday in Bay-,Prodiluw' ��">wever, brings a net.darner's hall for a heart to heart talk ��������� ���� "�� toW "*������*�� of thi*  on the workingof the agency during \f* u <��n��P�����d with last year of  the past year.   The meeting was oall-i110'920'990-  ed in response to the demands of the A "*riking feature of the estimates is  farmers, who for some time past have Ith' bi* increase "> *����� vote 'or agn-  been oherishinir a -rowing dissatiBfao-|cu''ure'  from!  The other ohief increases are for civil  tion with the financial returns     ,  thoir oropa.   The   extent of this   dis- j government subsidies to the Provinces,  satisfaction was seen in the attitude of Dominion lends and paroele post   and  some of those attending the meeting  who made no secret of the fact that  they were "out for blood". The meeting  though restricted to shareholders was  one of the largest gatherings of farm-  era ever held hero, and lasted from 10  a.m., until 6 p.m., with a short interval for lunch. The chair was taken  by. Mr. Geo. Allen.  Mr. Robertson was accorded a somewhat mixed reception aa he rose to address the meeting. He felt, he said,  something like the littlo boy, who,  when asked for a definition of "responsibility," replied that it was to  have only one button on his suspenders (laughter.) A great deal had been  done he continued, and a great deal  more said, since he had addressed the  fruit growers of Kelowna at the organization meeting last summer. They  had started out with high hopes and a  strong determination to see the thing  through to a successful issue. He need  hardly point out however, that they  had started under tremendous handicaps. They had begun late >in the ssa  son with i a new organization and new  machinery which was hard to get going for the first time. The Okanagan  United Growers' Ltd., was not organized until June 1st, 1913 and no shipments had beenjnede until July. They  were handicapped at the first, by their  offioe arrangement. They had been unable to get their books and stationery  tor some little time, and had been  obliged for about three weeks to keep  their records on sheets of paper. Their  late start had seriously interfered with  their early shipments, and in their office work they had never really been  able to catch up, although they had  put on a night staff to trv to keep up  with the tremendous amount of detail  work.  immigration. There are decreases for  public works, railways and canals, militia and for the naval service.  Amonrat the larger public works nre  new departmental buildings for which  $1,000,000 is set aside.  Among new votes is $40,000 for inspection of Canadian firhing. Other  items include $40,800 to assist ia suppressing the white slave traffic.  Of interest amongst the votes for  publio buildings in British Columbia,  ia an appropriation of $30,000 for a  public building in Kelowna, which is  presumably toward the erection of the  much-needed post offioe. A vote of  (15,000 is also included for Penticton  and $50,000 for Revelstoke.  Don't forrret the hockey game tomorrow night at the Tennis Court rink.  Armatrong will be the opponents and  the locals will have to.travel to hold  their own, however a strong team will  be placed on the ice.  Fish to the value of $34,000,000 were  caught in Canadian waters in the last  fiscal year.  A hig tree fell during the windstorm  of yesterday in Cadder avenue, doing  considerable damage to ths telophase  system.  President Wilson oigned last Friday  an executive order putting into operation on April 1 a permanent government for the Panama Canal ton* and  naming Colonel Goethals as the first  civil governor.  Superintendtsrt Maokay of the C.P.R.  met the executive of the Board of  Trade Tuesday afternoon to discuss  the matter of the removal of the Sunday boat service.   Altnough Mr. Mae-  Mr. Robertson gave a short account kay could give no definite undertaking  of the different branches of the organi-, hs stated that it was probable that  ration at various noints in the valley ths service would be restored in    ths  and- some figures of the total    shipments to date.  Up to December 31st, he said, they  had shinned 317 cars of apples, 4J  ears of pears, 42 2-3 cars of crabs, 444;  of prunes, 29 of plums, 44. of cherries  65} of peaches, 8t of apricots, 22 2-3  of tomatoes, 7 2-3 baste, 41} cabbage,  124 carrots, 11 2-3 celery, 92 onions,  and 179 1-3 potatoes, with 2 cars of  mixed small fruits and 67 cars of hay.  (Coatiaued ee Pais 8.)  Rutland News  (frees ear owe Oomsrnmlut.)  Mr. and Mrs. Longstaffe have returned home again.  Mr. R. A. Vance, of Vancouver, Is  making a few weeks visit to his son  Rev. W. Vanos.  Messrs. Duncan, Wallaos and Patterson have finished their work, on the  Mountain pre-emption, and an now at  home on the bench orchard.  The many friends of Miss Ruby Hunter paid her a genuine surprise visit  in honor af her birthday on Thursday  evening last. Mrs, J. W. Woolsey welcomed the visitors with her usual hospitality, and tbe evening was pleasantly spent in games, music and singing.  About 50 members of ths Bpworth  League ot the Kelowna Methodist  church went out in five or six sleighs  to spend a social evening with the  Rutland League, The visitors supplied  the program, and the home league put  up the refreshments. During the evening songs were given by lbs, L. Dil-  worth. Miss Duffie and Mr. G. Fuller,  aad the Fuller Bros. Recitations bs  '. Oarr ami hV u*. DsvWt.  spring. Mr. Maokay was accompanied  by Mr. Trautman from tbe office ot  Vioe-preeident Bury, of Winnipeg.  On Friday night the 30th the Benvttu  lin Literary Society met at the beau  of Mr. Jas. Lytic where they had a  very interesting debate. The subject  of tbe debate being "Resolved that the  abolition of the bar and the substitution of the proposed amendments to  the liquor laws of Quebec would lesssu  the consumption of liquor". Tiieru  was a very good attendance, and after  a lively discussion the nidges decided  in favor of tbe negative side, the ee  gative side winning by one point.  Next Monday evening at 8 o'clock,  under the auspices ot the Bpworth  league of the Methodist Church Mr.  Lionel E. Taylor will give a lecture on  "South Africa", illustrated by lantern  views. The lecture will be given in the  Dreamland theatre, kindly lent tor th��  occasion by Mr. Robt. Duncan. A collection will be taken to defray expea  see. A general invitation is given to  the publio to be present.  Who Wants $15?  UN GOLD)  Tha candidate in The Record  $1200 Campaign who turns in  the most money (or subscriptions  between Feb. 5th and Feb. 16th  inclusive, will be awarded $15  in gold. Votes turned in on this  special prize will count en the  regular prises to be awarded at  tha close of the campaign. Anyone wishing to enter tha contest  and compete (or the Special  Prize may do: in fact, a newly  entered candidate would have  the arlvnntaee. SIS is GaM. Has*  de, Battle, Bads,��. tfcsa Has*  ���X'latVks'Vaaf'ajrSA*^ ' KELOWNA RECORD  ���WBBWJ, REBxaHAWf ft, 191*     .  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Manchester, Enr.  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the Studio. Trench Block. Kelowna.  Music  ot  every  description  supplied.  P.O.  Box  437  Subscription Rates:  $1.60   par rear:   76c, six   months     Uni  States 60 oents additional.  All subscriptions payable in advance.  Advertising Bates:  LODGI NOTICES,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC., 26 cents per column inch per weak.  LAND AMD TIMBER NOTICES-80 davs. 69:  SO days, IT,  WATER N0TICES-I9 tor live insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISIND-First insertion. 12  owe, par Una; sacs subsequent insartion, 8  cents oar Una.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTtSEHENTS-S cents psi  word tint Insertion. 1 cat per word enol  subsequent  inaertion.  DISPLAY ADVEHTISEMBNTS-Two ini-l.t  and undsr. 60 cnts psr inch first insertion  ovsr two inohM 40 caU psr loon lirst in  sertion; 20 cants per inch each subsequent  ituMrtkm.  AH changes In oontroct advertisem.-nts must  p. in tha hands el tht printer by Tuesdot  evenirm to ensure publication in ths next  issua.  Subscribw. at ths rwular rata can huve  extra paper, mailed to friends at a distnnco  at HALF RATS), i.e.. 76 cents psr vear.  Thia special privileee is ffrantad (or tho  purpose of advertising ths cltv and district.  Parcels Post System  Starts February 10th  Long negotiatiftns With Railway  Companies Ended  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA i-AND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  : EMT1ST  r. o. Bote mo  'Phone no  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUD1<"> -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR it BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  iitga.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill University)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages  may  be   left  at  the  office  ol  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  Mr. W.H.PARKER, A. R.C.0.  (Associate Royal College of Organists  London, England)  Organist  of St. Michael  &  All AngeU'  '   Church, receives Pupilt for  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at hi* own or pupila' residence.  v :> \  Special sttention to children  'P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  ' Address Abbott Street  3-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  . .1 ,  .   ^EE WAH LUNG CO.  ,     Chineae Merchant! and Employment Office  Contract! of every kind undertaken  '    ' .Satisfactory work fuaianterd  .�����..-����-,  P.O. Box 12'  EENGLAND  BUILDER * CONTRAaOR  1 Plans,   Specifications   and   Estimates  Furnished  Another step in the government's  policy of cheaper transportation has  been accomplished. In the Commons  last Thursday Hon. L. P. Pelletier,  postmaster-general, announced that the  parcels post would be put  into effect  ! on February 10. Negotiations and pro  liminary work are now accomplished  and the benefits of this system will  soon bo felt.  j Every poHt'office will be centre of a  local zone and within it 20-mile radius,  a special rate lower than tho provincial rates will' apply. Each xprovince  is a zone except the maritime provinces, which are combined in one.  Within each province are thB looal  /ones surrounding each post office.  Local zones are not interfered with  by provincial boundaries, A cheaper  rate in the local zone thun in the provincial zone affords protection to the  small merchant against his big oity  competitor. i  Local Zone Kates  The rates which will prevail within  this local zone of 20 miles are:  One pound, five oents; two pounds,  six oents; three pounds, seven cents;  (our pounds, eight cents; five pounds  ten oents; six pounds, twelve cents.  For the first three months���February  March and April���nothing over six  pounds will be accepted; this is to  avoid being swamped with business in  the beginning.  After that, up to 11 pounds will , be  carried and the rates will be: Seven  pounds 14 cents, and two cents for  each additional pound until the maximum of 11 pounds at 22 cents is reach  ed.  Outside Kates  For any postoffice beyond 20 miles, 1  pound, 10 cents, 2 pounds, 18 cents, 4  pounds, 22 cents, 5 pounds 26 cents,  and with four oents additional for each  additional pound. For an adjacent  province the rate of 10 cents for the  first pound will apply and for each  additional pound a charge of 6 oents.  Beyond the province, adjoining the  one in which a parcel is mailed an ad-  ditional 2 cents a pound will be imposed for each province that has to  be crossed to the destination of the  parcel up to a maximum chivrge of 13  cents a pound.  ' Thus for a 1 pound parcel mailed in  British Columbia to Alberta tho rate  is 10 cents, to Saskatchewan: 12 cents,  and to Manitoba and the want 19  cents. For a 2 pound paokttge to Alberta the rate is 16 cents, to Saskatchewan 20 cents, and all other provinces 24 cents. For 3 pounds, mailed  British Columbia to Alberta the  rate is 22 oents, to Saskatchewan 28  cents, Manitoba 34 oents, and other  provinces 36 cents.  The chief difficulty in the way  of parcels post so far has been the  railways.  The railways have been roughly ret  oeiving two millions a year for carrying the mail. The roads claim that  they have been carrying the mails at  a loss, and that their compensation is  far lower than that given the American roads. For several years past ths  roads have been agitating for a n��;w  basis, pointing put that the present  methods of compensation date batik  to I860. .    .  Wanted Six Millions  The roads took advantage of the pro-  posal to establish parcels post to force  the issue and to ssk (or not leas than  six million dollars,' or four millions  more. Thit Was for carrying the  mails alone. < They asked for another ;  arrangement for parcel* post. To this  School Reports  for the Month  REPORTS FOU JANUARY  Black Mountain  Kelowna  ,No on  Boll  Average  Attendance  Division        1 32   31.30  II 38 ,.,'  35.52  III 36   31.82  " IV 32   30.46  " V 33 .'  31.67  " VI 33   29.72  VII 37     ... 34.42  VIII 32   29.75  IX 33  32.10  X 32   29.00  XI 29   27.60  XII' 29   U8.10  Total  396      374.65  Attendance percentage 9-1.6  HONOR ROLL  Division 1.���Frances lluckland, Kwart  Fletcher, Ralph Bulman, Donald Whit-  ham (equal).  Division II.��� Victor DeHart, Alma  Wilson, Walter Raymer.  Division HI.���Beatrice Wilson, Albert  Keith, Charlie Stuart.  Division IV,���Annie Wilson, Jennie  McQuorrie, Bessie Duggan. '  Division V.���Willie Thomlinaon, Fred  Duggan, Bessie Haug.  Division .VI.���Kobt. Ryder, Geo. Ky-  der, Donald Balsillie.  Division VII.���Willie Andrews, Alberta Small, Grace Wotherspoon.  Division VIII. ��� Hugh Mokemiie,  Ralph Ball, Mabel Davis.  Division IX.���Geo. Newton, Doris  Hunetone, Sadie Bell.  Division X,���Willie Akeroyd, Lily  Scott.  Division XI.���Lawrence Morrison Lily  Hill, Daisy Birch.  The teachers of the public sohool  desire to acknowledge contributions to  their library of a twentieth oentury encyclopaedia from Mr. J. B. Knowles,  a complete set of Scott's works from  Mr. F. E. K. Wollaston, and lomc  two hundred volumes. from the misers of the Kelowna circulating library. In connectian with tne last mem-  tioned donation it has been found that  out of an original six hundred volumes, only two hundred' are now on  hand, and that a number of valuable  sets are broken, and it is requested  that any persons having volumes belonging to the Kelowna circulating library hand them in to the public  school at an early data.  Gladys Ling  Verna Dalgleish  Merriam Wooleey  Consuelo Woolsey  Blanche Ford  Rita Maxwell  ��� Elwood Fleming  Jloth Dalgleish  Billy Plowman  .Gertie Renfrew  | Amy Fleming  I Lillian Sproule  | Mildred Ford  Loslie Richards  DI'  Hazel Bessett  Verna Ford  | Elmer Rice  JElva Fleming  Mona Ruth Woolsey 71  [John Campbell 84  |CarBon Dalgleish        68  Melvillo Leathloy       78  Minnie Monford 77  Mission Creek  Junior IV.���Rhoda Lytle, Ruby Lytle  Sidney Lytle.  Senior III.-Alico DePfyffer, Delbert  Speer.  Junior III.���Annie Swordy, Cyril Gil-  lard, Thomas Davy.  Senior II. ��� Charles Swordy, Raxie  McClure,  Junior II. ��� Constance Gillard, Beatrice McClure.  1st Render.���Michel Mornao.  2nd Primer.���Dun Lytle, Nellie Kingsbury, Willie KingBbury.  1st Primer.���Matilda Gillard, Murray  Lvtle, Edward McClure.  Okanagan School  Senior IV. ��� Sylvia Weeks, Beryl  Grummctt- Wilfrid Pearco.  Junior IV. ��� Charlie Weeks, Jean  Brown, George Grummctt.  Junior III.���Rata Bateman, Florence  Weeks, Harry Grummett.  II Reader.���Fronoes Anderson, Ellen  Borate!. Alfred Dixon.  I Reader.��� Ruthea Reid, Frank Grum  mett.  II Primer. ��� Earl Bateman, Ralph  Reeves.  Senior Primer.��� Ellen Hardy,. DilBy  Weeks, Reggie Dixon.  Junior I, Primer. ���Bessie Anderajn,  Leonard Haynes.  WHITE HOUSE HONEYMOONEBS RETURNING FROM EUROPE  Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre, the White House honoymoonors on their  arrival from Europe aboard the storm-tossed Majestic said they enjoyed tl;sir  stay in London and their trips about England the best of all their experiences abroad. i | j 1  "We not only found the cities and historical points very interesting," - vid  the "resident's daughter, "but we made a great many friends, besides the  English men and women we had met before going abroad."  The English people took a great interest in the young couple, also the  big London dailies frequently featuring their photographs. They were in ir-  viewed many times and both expressed the opinion that the bonds of 1 in-  sivip and friendship between Britain and America are too strong to be bro en  Mr. and Mrs. Sayre will live in Williamstown, Mass., where they h -.ve  furnished a modest homje. Mr. Sayre will be secretary to the president of  Williams College.  Mr. Pelletier strongly objected and negotiations have been in progress for  sjome time.  As �� result the postmaster-general  has won what must be regarded as a  great victory. He has reached an  agreement whereby thoy accept less  than one million dollars annually In  lieu of both their four million dollar  claim and the amount they were asking Tor parcels port. :This will make  rthe total now paid for carrying every  Und a little less than thres millions,  A RECORD  The United Play Company of ( Hroe-  go olaims for "Grauatark" the treat-  est theatrical entertainment of the  present season. Its presentation here  will be accompanied by the same competent cast and well known Mayers  and elaborate scenic settings as has  been the history of this play -;',nco  it was first produced.  THIS WEEK'S ARR1VALS-  Wheat, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Flat Oats  -Middlings, Barley Chop  PANTRY QUEEN FLOUR  Sold under a "money back" guarantee.   Delivered anywhere in the city  Agent for  WISCONSIN INCUBATORS  130 Egg Incabator, 130 Chich Brooder, both (or  $13.90  Sold under a guarantee to please you  J. C. STOCKWELL KELOWNA, B.C.  Lime-Sulphur Spray  No Sludge  No Salt  No Impurities  23 CENTS PER GALLON  F.o.b. Factory  "Guaranteed 30�� Beaume Reading  NO CHARGE FOR BARREL  Order nt once.   Our output is nearly  sold, and time is short  Okanagan Spray Factory  Phone 249  MOON BROS.  Ellis St., Kelowna  -��� COMING -  Dr.  Representing the Toric Optical Company  Eye Examiners and Msksrs ol Quality Class  131, Hidings Street, West Vsneonnr, B.C.  WILL BE IN  Peichltnd Hotel, Paachland, Wednesday k TkutUj, Feb. 11 * 12  Lakeview Hotel, Kelowna  Friday and Saturday, February 13th and 14th-  And will bs  pleasid to have person, with defective eyesight cell and  consult hint  Eyeglasses. Spectacle, snd Artificial Eyes fitted at a rsssonebls cost  Satisfaction guaranteed absolutely on all work dans  ��� ���< THUBSDAT, FEBRUARY ��, 1814  KELOWNA RECORD  off  LO per cent.  ALL MEN'S  SWEATERS  This stock beings loo heavy  big price reductions are necessary to clean it up. You  will find here one of the best  assortmenti in town, comprising the V Neck, Military Collar and Roll Collar  in various shades and sizes  Regular Prices  $1.65 to $7.50  Selling Now at  $1.25 to $5.50  H.F. HICKS  Pioneer Cash Store  WILUT'S BLOCK  .Monthly Weather Report  Compiled  by   6. B. Biager,  ment Observer.  Govern-  Late^  C abbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  TEMPEBATUKE  Maximum Minimum  January 1 .  a  " ��� 4  6  6  7  10 ...  11 ...  12 ...  18 ...  " 14 ...  " 15 ...  " 16 ...  " 17 ...  "  "18 ....  19 ...  ;�����-'   20 ...  "������       21 ...  "   22 ...  "        23 ...  24 ...  **  . 28 ...  *'   26 ...  "  ��� 27 ���..  *'   28 ...  29 ...  30 ...  "   31 ...  BAIN AND SNOWFAU  The total rain and snowfall  the month was as follows:  Morning Observation  Bain Snow Melted  Snow  .96 5.26  Afternoon Observation  Rain Snow Melted  Snow  2.75 .18  33  33  37  41  41  45  45  40  35  34  37  35  39  37  36  33  37  27  37  34  27  31  39  39  Legislature to Control  Municipalities More  Proposal to Establish Local Government Board  The Financial Outlook  iB. C.  Wants Investors to Have Perfect  Confidence ia Province  Attorney-G.tineral    tbe Hon.     W. J.  Bowser gives the following message to  At the annual meeting of the Van- the ^y^ reiftt��v, t, the outlook for  oouver Conservative Association '1**^ the year 1914:'  week Mr. Bowser announced that a | ���The year mg wM(jh hM oloi|d lm  Municipal Act would hi- pissed during f^^ one of .kjaggnpy jor Canada in'  the present session ol .he House, to '���,���,���,������ with the ^j ���| tntf wortf and  bring tho municipalities of. the pro- BrHiah Coiumbia has felt this to no  vinco directly under the department of BnIntsr a,^ perhaps than any other  the Attorney General. A board will be'province. lt ^s been a stringsney  annotated under Mr. Bowsor's personal however, not due to adversity, but  supervision to inspect the work of ^ prosparjty# ������) perhaps, for that  the various municipal councils, and'vary nMon j,,, btn the harda. to  as the   board   will have   control    of beMj .j^ to the hvmtge nuui it is  SCHOWMHH* FOR WOMEN  A utitt msef In nsnininrinrati the  Anglo-AsssslBas peje. j��teBai�� hy ss-  tablisUttg a .aeries of schoUrshkps tor  women, tenebls at Cirton College, Oxford, Newhism College, Cambridge, or  Bedford College, London, is being instituted hy ���, ssetion of the   Xsegus  Ths proposal is that scholarships bs  organised similar to the Rhodes  scholarships, open to women oi ths  English speaking natrons between the  ages of 21 aad 96 each of an annual  value of $1200 aad tenable for two  years.    27 the counoilV proceedings independent nnexpintaable.    24 Of   local influence,   numerous   oostly |   ��ir��0 u> ^ British Columbia   it   has    29|tegal mistakes   such    as have    been|been n   pe^od of   readjustment,   and,    33 made by several munioipaHties in the }utwtytc> painful the process, we oan-    33|past    may be avoided.    The Govern-'not doubt ^ it h��, been a healthy    30|ment is determined to make   munioi-'o,,,,  jh, provjnoe has borne the test    30 palltlea ex��roise greater caution   than admirably.  Emphatically there is no-    28 in the past. No one could keep  them'thing moBg with British Columbia.,    30|steady and their credit good   In   the|   ..-n,, gn��� j^ 0|   this situation  ,,.   ,.. 27|financial markets of the   world  j but haabeen to throw greater .burdens up-    21,the government at Victoria, saidi Mr.'������ thB Department over whioh I  pre-    191 Bowser, and he had determined   [that gy, .^j, a prospect 0f ,n increase in  19,no municipal bonds    would be offered ;ts duties.   1 Br���   It is said that the new Prussian loan  of $87,000,000 has been oversubscribed  from ten to twenty times. It is understood there have been big foreign subscriptions.  It now seems probable that Sir Jea.  Whitney will completely recover bom  his illness. .  vincial government.  ill without the hall mark    of    the jpro-  23  11  i>  24  CIS  ripring  Total  Critical Period  WHITE SLAVERY  At this critical period, it is eminently necessary that all expenditures,  .whether private, municipal or govem-  ( 'mental, should be, not necessarily cur-  1. I tailed or diminished, but given . very  ! 'careful survey before being entered  more upon. ��� ..  slave I   "Westerners are characteristically op-  Oh, lot us paw around some  and roast   the frightful white  traffic, and on the lecture platform timistic. We are prone to discount the  roar, and write foul novels, tense and future. We h��vfL��g*n prosperous cities  graphic. White slavery, the darkest ma*e' spring up where a few decades ago was  Total  Precip.  .85  Total precipitation for month    2.33  .10  Constable Robert J. licit!, one  John Krnfchenko's guards and 1  confessed participators in the plot  ���sasaaaMSBS  Hpsj  WGtffWOW  is As nVas ts haws ties -.  Jewelry I  Have your <^;|pt into  good shape and hamrw  Watch lookaisrftw  sadsaadstokaepseetinte  dim. Wsareiieadejuitsrs  for first-class wwrh  AU Work Absolutely Geamateed  W.M.Parker��Co.  the quality ji  CwwlsyBloek .tesserae. ftC  Precip. that e'er a moral stiok'we shook at; {primeval forest, and we have a bonnd-  1.48 so let's present a lot of plays, unfit lees faith in their futures and their  for decent folk to look at. The mag- prospects. We must remember how-  azinoB in horror pant, the public prints ever, that London and Europe took  are daily yawping, until I tremble for at matters through different eyes, and  my aunt whenever ahe goes townward weigh them in different scales, and it  shopping. The fate she , faces makes je upon London and Europe that wc  me cringe���a fate distressing, dire end must depend for the capital neoeSBary  shady! Some fellow with a cheap By- to development. With that in mind it  ringe may up and dope that fine old is eminently necessary to retain the  lady! The unprotected cirle to grab, 'confidence of London and the Contin-  tlie slavors lurk In nooks and cran- ent in us and in our borrowings. Last  ^ies, and we must lteo-> unceasing tab year British Columbia municipalities  by,upon    our gay  nnd    triddy  grannies, borrowed *8,760,0O0 in    London alone  P.O. Boa 12  E.ENGLAND  BUILDER * CONTRACTOR  Plans,  Specifications   and   Estimates  Furnished  which Krafchenko escaped from the sane people say the white slave tales and 1914 will see these cities doubt-  ! Winnipeg lock-up, appeared before Mag- nre made of air, superheated, suggest-', less in the market for additional loans  istrate Sir Hugh ,T. Macdonald Friday ing that the villain males should like.Now, 1 will not say that there has  {and was sentenced to seven years    in all other myths be treated. But why been reckless expenditure    by- British  the penitentiary. "I consider   your   of- be sane?     The wiser irame is just  to jCohmbiii municipalities or that money  fenco  par with that of a sentry shriek around and oapcr,  s his post in the fa1  said the magistrate. pictures in the paper.���Walt Mason.   ��� ��� r���. _- _ j  s,.l.���,i ���,,���..,.. ���,���, uoi��;., and thuswe has been wasted, but I will say   that  who deserts his post in the face of the win �� transoient fame, and see    our every precaution must be taken toes-  sure London,  and the world's banker*  that the money our cities borrow  expended to the best advantage.  Government Approval  It may even be necessary to give  these flotations the caohet oi governmental approval. Just bow it is to bs  worked out I cannot discuss alt pi  ent, but steps will be taken to provide  the machinery for such action in tba  near future.  "1 may state that I have every confidence in the future of our cities as 1  have in that of our province. Ouri  nicipal borrowings of 18,750,000 in ths  light of our progress during the last  year compares very favorably with the  1828,000,000 borrowed by Quebec municipalities, with the $14,000,000 of Ontario's, the 17,000,000 of Manitoba's,  J the 15,000,000 of Saskatchewan's and  especially the $12,000,000 which the  [cities of Alberta sought and obtained  j from Threadnesdle or Lombard street.  I In the words of the late Lord Strathoona however:  I "We want investors to feel fJihi in  putting their money into the Dominion  thev can do so with perfect safety and  with every assurance that both principal and interest will be promptly paid:  and, above all, to understand that tbe  money ia being used for legitimate  purposes���lor the building up of  country which is already recognized as  one of the important parts of the" Em  pire."  Mrs. ML E. Farreli  FASHIONABLE  .  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA. B.C  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And is now seedy to take orders for  made-to-measure garment! for the Crown  Tailoring Co.  ^l^^/V^"^N^V^^*^^rf*^^*a^A^^^^^^^A/V^  Buying More with each Dollar at  RICHMOND'S SALE  This store will for h limited time give the people of this community an unusual opportunity of increasing the  Buying Power of their CASH.   NOW FOR ANOTHER BUSY WEEK,    pDirCC TAI If  with prices on High Quality Meichandise that keep us moving out the goods    1 IV1v/.Lj|J   1 ALIi  as fast as sliding a slippery toboggan.    Come and share in this great Money-Saving Event.     It will pay you to  invest idle money now  Note particularly a few of the High Standard Makes  of Merchandise offered at Sale��� suck as Watson's, Standfield's, Penman's, Ellis and  Gold Fleece Underwear; Cluett-Peabody, Acme, W. G. & R. Deacon and Monarch  Shirts; Acme and Leather Label Overalls, Mitts and Gloves. Boots and Shoes in all  the best makes, such as Walk-Overs, Ames-Holden, McCready, Dr. Special Amherst  Shoe, Oberholtzer & Mason's Chippewa Fall Wear. Kaufman's Rubbers, Rubber  ��� Boots and Overshoes ������.������������������  Sale continues in full swing until further notice  Richmond's Cash Store ��� Kelowna KBLftWNA RBCQM)  vmnmLj. nawmV.  i^jjy^  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for      I  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh    Delichus    Spitzenberg    Wealthy  Jonathan     King David    Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlett  Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw       Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Orders for Spring Planting should be in by January  31st. 1914  Our  Stock has Won  Its  Own  Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Pruning & Spraying  We have a Large Stock of the  Leading Lines of Pruning Tools   and Spray Pumps   INCLUDING  Reiser Pruning Shears  Bishop      ,,        Saws  Spray Pumps and Nozzles  Morrison-Thompson  Hardware Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  LsstmKcIowiu9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves KsIswm II a.m.  Leaves Werfbaak 11.30 a...  HUMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  ���Phone No. 108  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I have had, many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE  Cl.I SCTlt ��C Ri.��V Ol  Ftayttor Blodt  PHONE 104  a��sas��as*����wa��a-.  w*fcte-  'PHONE 4304  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES   ^-^^-.   Winter arrived in Kolowna early this  week, although   not in a very severe  form.  ....  Communion services will be held at  tit. Andrew's Okanagan Illusion at 6  a.m. on Sunday next, February Sth.  ....  The Church of England servios at  Glenmore will be held on Sunday morning next at il a.m.  ....  The services at the Methodist church  next Sunday will be conducted, both  morning and evening by itev. S. J.  Green, chairman oi the Okanagan District, while the pastor, Itev. J. U.  Switzer takes church anniversary services at Salmon Arm.  ....  An error inadvertently crept into our  columns last week whan we stated that,  the anniversary services of the Baptist  church would be held on February 21.  This, should have read February 15th,  the   St.   Valentine's   supper in  Uay-  mer'a Hall on Valentine Day, Feb. 14.  ....  Mr. F. A. Martin, to whom the birth  of a little girl is announced in this  issue had the singular and distressing  misfortune to lose on the same day by  death his father, who died in London,  England. On the same day too an  aunt and uncle of Mrs. Martin, Hr.  and Mrs. Jupp, af Fulborough, Sussex,  both passed away.  ....  The W.C.T.U., will hold their February meeting on Tuesday afternoon,  February' 10th at 3 o'olock, at the  home of Mrs. Allan Wilson. Miss Port  will speak on some phases of home  nursing. Members will find this address both interesting and instructive.  Visitors always welcome.  ....  Mr. W. H. Fleming and W. Patterson  and H. H. Millie went to Vernon iTues  day to attend the County Lodge of  the Loyal Orange Association. We are  glad to notice that Mr. Millie was  elected District Deputy County-Master.  The County Lodge will assemble     in  Kelowna next year.  ....  Herbert Fryer, the eminent English  pianist, who appear 1' at the Opera  House last fall has been booked by  Manager Duncan for another Pianoforte Recital, to take place on Tuesday  34th February. Popular prices���meaning the lowest figure possible, compatible with a high class and artistic performance���are being arranged for, so  that as many as possible may have an  opportunity to hear a really talented  performer.  ���   a   ���   ���  An alarm of fire was turned in Son-  day night about 10 o'clock, and the  rumor was handed around that the  Boyal Hotel was on fire. It turned out  to be a mistake, however, and upon  enquiry it appeared that an occupant  of a room in the Lakeview hotel, overlooking the Boyal, had seen sparks  coming from a chimney on the latter.  He hastily concluded the place was  on fire and ran down to inform the  night clerk, who turned in an alarm  for the fire brigade. It was very soon  discovered, however, that there was  no need of their services and the "fire  out" signal was given a few minutes  later,  Church of England services will   be  held in the East Kelowna school house  next Sunday, February Sth at 3 p.m.  ....  Mr. E, L. Ward left lor Vernon on  Wednesday on a short business trip in  the interests of the local poultry association.  ....  The proceeds   of the St. Valentine's  Ball to be given next Thursday evening, Feb. 12th by ths ladies of Kelowna, are to be given to the hospital.  ....  Reserve Thursday evening, Feb. 18th  for the Presbyterian Choir Concert in  Knox Church.     It   will bea muaioal  treat.  / ....  The Kelowna Benevolent Society will  meet next Thursday, February 12th at  the home of Mrs, D. D. Campbell   at  3 o'clock in the afternoon.  ....  The Hospital Ball oommittee request  those from the country who are donating things for the supper to please  leave them at the Morrison Hall before  4 o'olock on Thursday, 12th inst.  . ��� .  .  The hookey match which was at first  scheduled for tonight, but which has  unavoidably been postponed until to  morrow (Friday) will take place at 8  o'olock.  ....  Large crowds are finding their way  to toe ice rink on Eli avenue these fine  evenings to enjoy the -beat of winter  sport, skating. The ice is now in  splendid condition, and the large surface of 88 by 180 feet affords ample  room for a good skate. On Tuesday  night the band were in attendance and  with the splendid weather one of the  finest evenings of outdoor sport of the  present winter was indulged in.  ....  Tonight, Thursday, the famous cartoon comedy "Mutt and Jeff" will be  at the Opera House. Thousands of people have laughed at the cartoons in  the comic sections of the papers and  everybody oan enjoy the "Musical Comedy version" of the adventures of Mutt  and Jeff���the heroB of misfortune. A  good clean show is promised, well  staged, and played by a capable oast  and good chorus. The company carried its own orchestra. Popular prices  50c, 76c. and 91.00.  At the regular meeting, Tuesday evening of the Independent Order of Good  Templars the following installation ol  officers for the next quarter took plaoe:  Chief Templar, W. B. Pearson: Vice  Templar, Mrs. McClure; Secretary, H.  D. Biggs; Chaplain, Mrs. G. Thomlinson; Fin. Sec., T. Pitt; Treasurer, Mrs.  Stevens; Marshall, Geo. Thomlinson-.  Assist. Marshall, Miss Gebbie; Guard,  Miss Todd; Sentinel, Geo. Thomlinson,  Jr.; Assist Sect., J. Harris. The next  meeting will be held on Tuesday evening February 10th at 8 p.m., in tht:  old school building.  BIETH   .  MABTIN.-On Tuesday, Jan. 27th, to  ths wife of F. A. Martin, a daughter  (Enid Nancy Dorothy.)  *= ^���T'A  A Km/ SPEED THMIXBE IN THE AlPS. lb  The speed mania which has existed sinoe time began and has found ex-  pression in such forms .as the chariot, the sulky, the velocipede, the bicycle,  ths train, the autdmob Ue, skiing and ths aeroplane has found a new form  of development in a bic yds on runners. The above photograph show, a  number of these eontrlvtanee. about tomake a start from s) high point in the  Alps This unlnue oont rivahce has become very popular in the Alps and  other plaoes where wlntor pleasure seekers gather. It attains express speed  down the slopes and ia Bleared by means of a handle, bar and a moveable  front runes*.   �� is said by smthuelaat. to equal volplanls* as a   tbriUse.    ���  Your Eyes  are Bread Winners  If vou cehnot Me to Read, or if  your Eyes cauie you any dii- / ^j^  comfort  at   all,   consult   us-"*-' ^CT^*  KNOWLES, the Optician  .KELOWNA HH  P��TV' 'I'VJjLM  mmWmWmVmiwm  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  Phone 135  ELONA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet abore the lake, it cemmande a beautiful view of the town, lake aad turret*  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundanoa af Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE.   Don't misa the opportunity of selecting a few ecrea of this desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  OK. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Ate now completely equipped to supply all  lkmber  We have now * large atock ol local anl  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality tad tn  coalition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  ' LATH AND SHINGLES  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O. LL.D, D.C.L, PraaMsat  A1BXANDBK LAIRD JOHN AIRD ''  Grnaral Msasjsr Aastatsat Genaral MaaasHf  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The CanaritMl  Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the  same careful attention as Is given to all other departments of tbe  Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn In this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.       M  KMXWWA. BRANCH . -   ��� B. 0. J ANNUM, *> TOftMMr, IMWJiaM 5, 1*14  asaMMsassaMI. I i   n   I        ,���i  KEWWKA aBcoap  CAR LOAD OF  Cutters & Sleighs  Sleighs in 2in. 2$ and 3 in. runners.  Gutters in many different styles  ALSO  Rubber Lined Rugs  Horse Blankets,    Fur Robes,  Wool Rups,  Water Proof Blankets.  We Always Carry a Splendid Stock of  TRUNK'S     SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  Baled Hay and Feed of all Kinds  W. R. GLENN & SON  Deeleri  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Pfcoae 150.  Wall Paper  First shipment of  4958 rolls to hand  IT INCLUDES  EVERYTHING NEW  EVERY NOVELTY  EVERY FAD  Please examine our stock  Our linoleum Remnant  Sale is on  Inlaid Linoleum at 70c. per yard  Beat printed       ,,      at 40c.' ���     ���  Kelowna Furniture Co.  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Agricultural College  for British Columbia  Will Be Brand) of New University saypl  Sir Rioherd MoBride  That classes in practical agrioulture  will be a prominent feature oi ��� the  construction to be given at the new  University of British Columbia . Was  the promise made Friday by Sir Bieh-  ard MoBride at the meeting of dale-  gates to the Farmers' Institute whioh  assembled for the fifteenth annual rou-  vention at Victoria.  The premier expressed the hope that  a strong agricultural movement will  be created throughout the provlnoe  and he said that nothing was more  calculated to inspire such a movement  than' the inauguration of agricultural  classes in connection with the regular  university studies and supplementing  the ordinary academic course.       I  In the course of his address to j tha  delegates the premier said:  "We have had in commission I for  several months a Boyal Commission  of Agriculture, and in a few weeks'  time we expect to reoeive their report, as a result of which we hops  to be able at the next session of the  Legislature to bring down legislation  of a most comprehensive character. We  want the farmers of the country j to  enjov the best possible opportunities of  developing the agricultural industry  because we realize what the development means to the province as a whole  We have 'been pioneering for forty  years and think'the time is ripe for an  organized movement for the improvement of the agricultural conditions of  the country.  Will Open in Fall of 1916  "I would like to inform you at this  time that the plans for the opening of  the provincial university continue  without abatement. T here is no class  in the province more interested in'ths  university than the farmers and it is'  with particular pleasure that I am in  a position to say to you this afternoon that we have decided upon t)  fall of 1915 for the opening of taie  doors of that institution to our student population.  "One of the ambitions of the governing body of the university and tha government as well is that, coincidental  with the opening of the aoademio  course, an agricultural college will be  inaugurated. By means of an agricultural college we hope to be able to  take care of our young men and  women who intend to take up tha industry, instead of allowing them to go  to Guelph, Winnipeg, or across the international line.  "You may think this is a very ambitious project but the government  feels that when the university is opened it ought to rank with Toronto end  McGill, if not above them. We may  not open with 5000 students but fiom  the figures I have obtained there is  every reason to believe that we will  nave not less than six or seven hundred, and before three" years expire v. e  shall have from 1600 to 3000 students.  1 "I know of nothing that should op-  peal to the people of tins country  more powerfully at tne present time  than the inauguration of this university and it is with pleasure that 1  take this opportunity of informing you  of some of ths details concerning it."  School Sayings Banks  Have'Dona Muoh to Encourag* Thrift  In tba Young  Whatever be this fundamental causa  of the "high cost of living" our national tendency to extravaganos is certainly a contributory factor. In this  connection it is interesting to note tha  efforts that are being put forth to encourage thrifty habits among school  children.  The school savings bank system in  Canada had its origin in Toronto and  ���till has its headquarters then. Ths  'Penny Bank" as it is commonly called, is largely a philanthropic institution, aa practically all the service in  connection with it is voluntary. It ii  incorporated under the "Fanny Bank  Act, of 1910, tha most important provisions of whioh are: (1) that 95 psr  cent of the deposits must bs placed in  a Government or Post Office savings  bank1; (2) that no depositor may hava  to his credit an amount exceeding  1300; (4) that there must be a guarantee fund of at least $10,000, mads up  of cash or unpaid subscriptions, eontri  buted by a Guarantee Company approved by the Government; (6) that  no director or voluntary worker shall  receive remuneration for services, ��nd  that no dividends shall be paid to the  guarantors. The work of collecting  the deposits and keeping the pass  books ia performed by the teaching  staff, in co-operation with some chartered bank.  Many instances are related by school  teachers showing that the savings of  boys and girls have been put to splen  did use. During the depression in  1907-8, the bank accounts of many" of  the children, small though they were,  saved the day for almost destitute  families and there are.not a few cases  where the Penny Bank has proved the  salvation of families in times of sick  ness. It haa often given boys a start  in Hie, which they otherwise would not  have had, and has served to counteract vicious tendencies. It has been  the enemy of the cheap candy store,  where so many boys and girU acquire  tho habit of selfishly squandering their  runner. It has in short been a splendid supplementary force in education.  i I  I il  aataaaataasssasaajaaaaai  CHU ,CH OF ENGLAND MEN'S  SOCIETY  Monday next, February 9th, the  members of the above society will hold  their first educational' meeting ot 1914,  Any member of the Church of England  will be cordially welcomed to join and  all men are invited to be present next  Monday. 1913 did not produce many  good results and the secretary, Mr. F.  A. Martin looks to each member to be  very active during this year. Muoh  work is waiting for earnest churchmen  to do.  Next Monday Mr. P. E. Corby will  speak on "History of Gothio Architecture, and a good muster is expected,  The meeting Opens at 8 p.m., sharp  in the vestry of the church.  >  The Rev. Q. E. Tidwell, pastor of a  Baptist Church was killed at his horns  East Macon, Ga., when a pistol  dropped from bis pocket and exploded  bb he was leaning down to kiss his  two-year-old baby good-bye. The mm-  ister carried the pistol so his young  children might not play with it.  HIJEETA FOIXOWEES PLEASED WTTH BRITISH VISIT  I Huerta followers are delighted over the visit ot representatives of tha  British nation to tha National Palaoe. The attitude of ths United States has  become so pronounced that it is thoroughly understood, that the sympathy of  the stars and stripes is with the Rebels.  This photograph shows Bear Admiral Cradook, commanding the British  squadron in Mesioan waters, and to the right, Sir Lionet Garden, tha British Ambassador, leaving the National Palace after a visit to President Huerta. Immediately following this visit a scene showing Great Britain, al a  girl, slapping Unci* Sam in the face waa staged ia Mexico Oity Ml asse  sa*husis*tl��lly iWaJvud.  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  EstiMatse Furniahed oa all kind, .f buildis*.      tWsUsassn aaslMaeW  Bungalow, a Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Paintinf, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full Iras'of interior decorations, asaaa'stisf af the SSSSSJ SaW ass* ��#-  te-dale wall hangings.    Call snd'inepsat my steak af WaJsaaSMM sssl aa* as?  estimate oa your spring paining aad daaari'  City and country patnaags sell cats al  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO  ALL QHDU13  'Phone 65, or call at A.��.Coxa Secnd-Haaal Share  W. P. MEREDITH   Z    Proprietor  THE-GREENHOUSES, Richter Street     .  (Between Presbyterian and new Eaglish Churches)  CUT FLOWERS Cm1X?��p*"  POT PLANTS  CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Ph.M as        PALMER & ROGERSON       P.0.B..117  First-class Fruit Lands  ��� For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring with  standard variatias  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fraitkutds,  LIMITED  \  Wood!   Wood!  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-inch  .   Or aay length cut to aider  Guaranteed dry wood ready far harming  Try our special Furnace Length.   You will be pleased  Special Terms (or large quantities  Cash Prices  (Delivered anywhere in town)  One to four ricks $2.50 per rick  Five to nine ricks $2.25  ���   ���  Ten ricks or over $2.15   ���   ���  TELEPHONE   -    183      I  -*rr  Maclaren & Co,  Orders may be left with the Ckenagan Loan tit liiissH��as>l fa  saliU KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914  $Hsses">  THERE is big money in chicken  *   raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raiting from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and tee our list and let ut alto  give you tome Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  f*,ii'.' Our representative ii now in London, Eng.   Send in your  11   tjjcIi with  English  buyer*  'The Navy" was the title of an interesting paper read by Mr. G. S.  Btaokaby at the meeting ol the Young.  *t8V       "���        W Wf".      nounoed    Friday    that hie    pr<  on Monday evening.   Mr. Blackaby be-1 ^^ to ^ 8(jhool Aot    wouW  gan by pointing out that we, as   an'  Empire, lived, moved, and had     our,  being by means oi the navy. He cited  .77*    * ..   .    .       ..       j       the clause dealing with thoBe ent'led  history to prove that since the    days I ���. R ,  i  ��i<   j ,u   i< ��...  ���    .u    t~.v.    ���. I1" act as trustees on boards in rural  ol Alfred the Great in the tenth   oan- ,.     . . ..  diHtricts.    1ms    your, aa well aa     in  Full Line of Poultry Feed:  Alfalfa Meal Beef Scrap Bone  Barley Bran Charcoal  Corn Whole & Cracked Chops Grit  Oyster Shell Shorts Wheat  KELOWNA GROWERS'  EXCHANGE -  'Phone 29  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile:  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  -   104  ROLLER RINK  Morning 10.30 till 12.00 Afternoon 2.30 till 5.00  Evening 7.30 till 10.00  ADMISSION:  Morning and Afternoon, Free;  Evening, Ladies Free, Gents.  15c.   Skates 25c.  Free instructions to beginners afternoons and evenings  Anyone desiring private lessons should apply to Mr. and Mra. Wake at the  rink during the morning session ���  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  ICE  Send your orders in early for ice to be delivered and packed  in your ice-houae.  Farmeri in the country may obtain ice ready cut on the pond.  It will cost you ten timea more  to  have  ice  delivered  in  the  summer so if you have not already got an  ice-houae consider  if it would not be an economy to build one.  FIRE WOOD  Dry tire-wood for sale in six rick lota, $2.50 per lick. Caah only.  BACON AND HAM  Next month we can supply home cured, home smoked bacon  and hama from grain fed piga of our own growing.  APPLES  Yellow Newton and Spitzenberg culls at $1,25 per box.  GRINDING  Oats, wheat and rye ground while you wait.    Get thia done  and save 25 per cent, on your feed bill.  WINTER FEED  We still have room for a few head of horses.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  PHONE 8  BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES-  SOCIETY  Interesting Paper on British Navy  WOMEN MAY QUALIFY AS  SCHOOL TRUSTEES  Important Amendment to School Aot  Is Before House  Hon. H. E. Young, provincial seera-  an-  proposed  would  entity the mistake of last year, when  femalw" waa omitted   from  tury down io the present day we havo  been steadily reaping the benefits oi  sea-power. Why, ha said, were not the  battles of Creoy, l'oiotiers or Agiu-  oourt   fought   on English instead    of!  1913 us a result of the error, no women have been sitting on rural boards.  Hon. Mr. Young explains that thn  clause in question was oopied from the  *a, " jRegistry Act, which, of course, makes  no mention of females. It la intended  to change the clause during the present session.  Tho matter of qualifications   of   the  vented the great Napaleon from invad-1 ...  ,,    .    5      t>i ���!���     to'      i ���,. and rural, will bo taken up by   the  ing England or Philip ot Spam    from'    . .' ���'"'        "  j       ... . a,, am minister in connection with tho recent  devastating   our    coaita, or   why Old' .       ...  ,���,,., _.      jit    d���������   resignation of a   Victoria school true-  Wellington oroae swords with    Bona-       ��� ���       '  ~�� ., ,.     , .    .     . _,!    tee aa well at that of   Dr. Brydone-  parte upon the continent instead ofin       . '  ,,    .     r      .,      ,        .   . i     mi. _   Jack in Vancouver.    It lms been sug-  England as iVapoleon deBired.   Ihe on-      .....       .......       ,  .      ,u x      .v.... ���..��. .Rested to the minister that so long as  ly answer to   theae aa to other ques- " J ��  .-        .v a     ��� v.   u.     i  4 .�� .. -.,;.,��� a  man owns property in     a    school  tions that might be asked concerning,     ....      .,..,...,,      ,  iv i.j. i    i ..    ���. --.j district he Bhould be eligible for elec-  Ihe unmolested transport of troops and I . . . ...  ,.      ,    .      .i_A' n_ ..a tion to the board even if not a re��-  supphea during the Crimean, Boer and "  ..   ,, ,u        . ���      _,v.j���i. dent within  tho corporate limits.   It  practioally every    other war in   whioh I. ���    '"��~" '       "  ,        , _., at,-   ���_,. I'S understood thnt tho changes   in the  we have been engaged was the   same,      ��� , .       , . T  , ,,   , , ���������, :��� .��,��� I nc'tts mado last session contemplated  and that answer was contained in the I , ��*   "~  this widening out of i|iuilificatIons   so  as totake in non-residents,    but    the  YALE LANJ) DISTRICT  OS0YO0S DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that I, Herbert I. Johnston, of Kelowna, B.C.,  Hotel keeper, intend to apply 'or a li-  enoe to "rospect for coal and petroleum over the following described  lands:���Commencing at a poat planted  80 chains north of the north-east corner of Lot No. 4222; thence south 80  chains: thence west 80 chains: thenoe  north 80 chains; and thence eaat 80  chains to the point of commencement!;  containing 640 acres, more or less.  Bated 23rd January, 1014.  Hi I. JOHtfSTON  11-15 J. H. Christie. Agent  French soli?     Simply because       , ,      ,  ,    .. . .   ...    .   j ... , 'no mention of females.  and other naval battles had first been  won which placed France at the mercy  of England    and freed that     country  from the invader.     Again, what   pre- .  -   sohool trustees in all districts, urban  and that answer was contained in  words "Tho British Navy."  Mr. Blackaby went on to deal with  the duties of the navy which were classified us follows (1) The destruction of  the main fleets of the enemy (2) protection of the empire's commerce and  (3) securing the empire from invasion.  In reference to the firat he said aU  other taskB wore dependent on the  performance ol the firat duty, for with  laree unbeaten force of the enemy  at sea, would their merchants feel safe  to risk tho ilnugora of carrying on  trade under wur conditions or would  any part ol the empiro he perfectly secure uguinst invasion? In respect to  the second duty he claimed that so  completely was this accomplished during the wars of 1800 to 1815 that the  sea-borne trade of France and United  States was almost destroyed, weakening those, nutiona considerably     and  clause ol the old act calling for residency was left in, thus destroying the  effect desired in the now clauses.  SHOT HORSE TO SAVE BOY  But for the presence ol mind of Jus.  Winfield in shooting one of his horses  that was running dragging his son  after him, it is probable that the boy  would have been killed. The bov had  been riding horse back on his father's  farm near Leduo, Alta, when the animal became frightened and started to  run away. Aa it bolted the boy waa  thrown from the saddle and over the  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that I, Henry  B. Burtch, ol Kelowna, B.C., Farmer,  intend to apply for a licence to pros  pact lor coal and petroleum aver the  following described lands:���Commencing at a post planted 80 chains north  of the north-west corner of Lot No.  4221; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains; thonce south 80 chains;  and thence west 80 chains to the point  of commencement: containing 640 acres  more or less.  Dated 23rd January, 1914.  HENRY B. BURTCH.  11-15 J. H. Christie, Agent  aide of the horse. Aa he fell his right  putting them many years back in the ,oot tmtimi ^ the Btirrup t0 whioh  race for power, while British trade |he h(mg M ^ hmK ^^ m(M,ly  went on increasing under tha sscunty ^ fields    ^ (athor;    .    WM  of the guns of the.frigate. Tho enor-1 ,nort diBtanoe away| ha<J . ^ m  mityof the task of defending our sea* hi, nondl> took deliberate aim and  borne trade must be apparent when it ,hot ^ horBe dmd ru faoy wa|  was remembered th.t mors than one- quite MriouB,y huH| ,���lt wiU ���.  half 'of ths world's tonnage of ships  belonged to Great Britain. Dealing  with the third duty Mr. Blaokaby said  sone nations pin their faith to shore  defences, others to large standing ar- war come, but it seemed to him, that  miea, but we held and rightly too u-'ese Germany, our nearest competi-  that the bost security against an in- tor in the naval race saw fit to revise  vading force was to insure that first her plana of construction in a down  ot all that force did not exist. An ag- ward direction, as a matter of self-  greasive, offensive and forward policy preservation we should be dragged in  must always bo ours. to the struggle we have narrowly es-  The speaker wont on to describe the caped several timea during the     past  different kinds of ships composing   the few years.  navy from the big snper-dreadnaughts A hearty vote of thanks was accord-  to the smallest craft, also the differ-. cd Mr. Blackaby lor his paper, and  ent kind of guns used on the ships during a recess the. members had the  usim- a ohart -to explain the different privilege oi looking over books eon-  weapons, nnd in a vury interesting way taining illustrations ol tho different  spoke of the classes of Bhips the navy kinds of veaaole composing our navy.  is divided into, torpedo boats and tor- Next week, the members ol the so-  pedo boat destroytrra, submarines and.ciety will be troated^ lo an evening  auxiliary croft; anil concluded by say-1 with Dickons, Mrs. J. F. Knowles hav  ing that none of tJiem wished to  ing charge ol the meeting.  BULL FIGHT OB EHl VOLTJTst)NA*Y FIGHT- YOTJB CHOICE Df MEXICO  Mexicans da love excitement. Unfortunately the free and independent citizenry oi the United States of Mexico have grown rather accustomed to revolutions, especially revolutions In which they are. unable to take part.  Therefore, while Eroiliano Zapata, bandit, revolutionist and patriot, issues  statements to the "effect that he will raid'Mexico City, shoot President ��i-  erta and do other terrible things to his ministers, the populaes of Mexico  Oity must have e-goitement. Tha answer is the bull fight. While battlee rage  miles away, while, tha fate of the administration and perhaps the republic,  hanrra In the balance, citizens ot Mexico City by the thousands Hook to the  bull fight and cheer madly for tha matador and picador. A famous Mexican matador becomes more popular with ths people at large than even a  susssssful bandit ssasqusradiag ia tha fuise of a papular deliverer.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MBBHG  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Allssr-  ta, tha Yukon Territory, tha Northwest Territories,, and in a parties at  tha Province of British Columbia, may  bs leased for a tana ot twenty aas  years at as annual natal ot V aa  acre. Net mere than 2,500 aaaaa  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for tha lease must bs  made by ths applicant ia parse* to  ths Agent or Sub-Agent of the (tstaist  in which ths rights applied far a*��  situated.  Ia surveyed territory tha laad  bs described by sections,..r legal i  divisions of sections, aad ia i  sd   territory   the   tract applied    let  shall bs staked   out by the appHeaat  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice ia hereby given 'that I, Alexander McQuarrio, of Kolowna, B. O.j,  Merchant, intend to apply 'or a licence  to prospect for coal and petroleum  over the following deaoribed lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 2 miles  north of the north-east corner af Lot  No. 4222; thence north 80 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence south  W chains; and thence east 80 chains  to the point of commencement; containing 040 acreB, more or less.  Datrsi 22nd January, 1914.  ALEXANDER McQUARRIE  11-15 J. H. Christie, Agent  Each application must be  panied by a lee of *5 whioh will bs  refunded if tha rights applied far  are not available, bat n��t .thstwisa.  A royalty shall bs paid oa tht merchantable output el tha sains at ths  rata oi five oents per ton.  Tha parson operating the arise aha*  furnish tha agent with swore retains  accounting for tha lull quantity el  merchantable coal mined aad pay tha  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are. not being operated, sush  returns should bs furnished at laaat  ones a year.  Tba lease will include tha teal mining rights only, but the lsaase may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may bs considered necessary for the working at  the mine at the rate ot $10 an acre.  For    full    information    application  should be made ta the   seoretary   of  the   Department of the Interior,   0t-4  tawa, or to any Agent or   Sub-Agent  ot Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that I, Henry  H. Millie, ol Kelowna, B.C., Gentleman, intend to apply lor a licence to  prospect lor coal and petroleum over  the following described lands:��� Commencing at a post planted 80- chains  north of the north-oast corner of Lot  No. 4222; thence north 80 chains;  thence weat 80 chains; thenoe south  80 chains; and thence east 80 chains  to the point ol commeneomentr, ejsn-  taining S40 acres, more or less.  Dated 23rd January, 1914.  HENRY H. MILLIE.  11-15 ,T. H. Christie, Agent  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notice is hereby given that 1, Simon  T. Elliott, of Kelowna, B. C, Baal  Estate Agent, intend to apply tor a  lieenoe to prospect tor coal and petroleum over the following described  lands:��� Commencing at a poat planted 80 chains north ol the north-west  corner ot Lot No. 4321; thanes south  80 chains; thenee east 80 chains; > hence  north 80 chains; and thenoe west 80  chains to the.point ot commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  Dated 23rd January, 1914.  S. T. ELLIOTT.  11-15 J. H. Christie, Agent  YALE LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notioe is hereby given that I, Robert A. Copeland, of Kelowna, B. 0.,  Real Estate Agent, Intend to apply  for a lieenoe to prospect for eoal and  petroleum over tha Mowing described  lands:���Commencing at a post planted  160 chains north ol ths north-west corner ol Lot No. 4291; thenoe north 80  chaina; thenoe east SO chains; thenoe  south 80 -chains; and thence wast 80  chains ta the point ol commencement;  containing 640 sores, more or lass.  Dated 22nd January, 1914.  R. A. COPELAND.  11-1* J. H. Chriatie, Agent  YAjte; LAND DISTRICT  OSOYOOS DIVISION  Notioe is hereby given thai I, Rob-  art MoDonnell, oi Kelowna, B. 0���  Miner, intend to apply lor a lieenoe to  prospect lor coal and petroleum over  ihe following described lands:���   Com-  nenoing at a post planted 8 miles  aortli of ths north-east corner ol Lot  No.   4222;   thenoe   north   80  ohains;  hence west 80 chains; thenoe south 60  ohains; thenoe east 80 chains to   the  poejjt of    commencement;    containing  640 aeree, mora or less.  Dated 32nd January, 1914.  robbrt McDonnell.  11-16 J. H, Christie, Agent  W. f. AMEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOU  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley. Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Gaddes-McTavish  New Six-Roomed  House, close in  $30 per month  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. L COX  Successor to H. Horrocka  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Boa 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call and inspect our slack ol  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  OK.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Eaey Terma, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount for Caah.  Parte for all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  dfl*l!iV*l AL,!  I Mahogany Dreaeer and Commode  I Qr. Oak BuSet    I Qr. oak Ex. Tsbls  6 oak Diner i     2 oak Arm Chairs  I Mission Arm Chair  I Kitchen Cabinet        I Library Table  I Steel Range Water Front  These articles ars aa good as new Dressy  -it-- Tiynsjnssnsrjirr I Jisyjyj, i \ .n asssjais ISIUyp,!  ^a  ,Y, BBl��UA��y 5, W14  ke&OtVNA utcqsj)  Stock  Uaki  mg  We have in stock cer  tain articles which are  hardly staple.  If you are in need of  any of these articles we  will make you an  Attractive  Pri  rice  l\        ���  1 . * ' '  Brass Articles  I Manicure  Sets  Brush' 6c Comb Sets  ^ Hand Bags, Etc. Etc.  P. B. Willits & Co.  i  Kelowna.     1. C  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  Firewood  $2.25 c. o. d.  Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.-  Phone 307  Second Hand  Harness  If you havo any to sell or if you  want to buy, see  THOMLINSON  Harness Maker  Horse Blankets  for the cold weather  It you want your harness properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson ia  your man.   He specialises in  Harness Repairing  and puta hand sewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  Ladies & Gents  In consulting the Expert Hair.  dresser and Wigmaker, you  will not only profit by the price  but in the -beat of servive in all  kinds ot Hair goods, such aa  Transformations, Switches  Puffs, Braids,  Pompordours Wigs and  Toupees  Write to  R. Ehret  P.O. Box 23, Kelowna  or>hone 174 after 8 p.m.  Items from Ellison  (From our own Oorrespondant.r  On Friday last a very successful1 debate waa held in the sohool room, tne  subject "Hesolvod that Conscription  would be more beneficial to Canada,  than the present system." The affirmative was taken by Messrs, Gillespie and  Leggett ol the East Kelowna Literary  Society, and the negative by Messrs.  Morrison and Bowser of the Ellison  Society,  Capital arguments were put forth by  the speakers on behalf of their respective Bides, the decision being finally  awarded by the judges to the affirmative.  Alter the debate a couple of songs  were rendered by Mrs. 0. Wbitaker,  whioh wero highly upi-m-mtud, then  dancing waa indulded in until the wee  sins' 'ours. The oommittee desire to  thank the ladies who ao generously  provided the provisions lor the refreshing of the inner man.  The boys of our baseball olub are going to have a concert and dance on  Friday, the 20th inst, when a real  good time ia promised. As the oharge  for enjoying tho pleasure and (uo pro-  vided ia only 26 cents for ladies and  BO centa (or gentlemen, they hope to  have a bumper house, so note the date  Refreshments are included.  We are pleased to note that Mrs. J.  Carney is home again, muoh improved  iu health after her sojourn in the hospital.  Afternoon Teas  aaassssssssBsaaaasssaassaassBBBiaaassaas  Daintily served with  Crumpets, Cream Puffs &  other delicious pastries  (Made   by  Robertson   &   Pringle)  As a result ol injuries sustained  when hia bob sled swerved, got beyond control and crushed into a rail  fence, J. Morton of Enderby lies at  the Cottage Hospital paralyzed from  the waist down.  The policy of, interchange ol sohool  toachora between the mother oountry  and the Overseas Dominions, which has  its strongest advocates in Canada,  bids fair soon to become an accomplished fact.  i Under the direction of Mr. A. K.  Lord, principal, pupils ol the public  school are to take a census of tho  city. The idea waa primarily to ob  tain a correct estimate of the number  of children under fourteen years lor  whom school accommodation must be  provided, but the soheme haa been ox  tended and will include the whole pop  ulation.  Dressmaking  Mrs. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  >^t.^VV>i<VS>VVV\/>arV>��r^^^Ai'^^A>VVVVW>  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  G. H. | HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios In the Interior  Permits by appointment  Fuuaoa Street,   ���   Kslowia  *t*WmM*WW**WWV'*^****<  ANOTHER WEEK OF GOOD  PICTURES  From many sources we hear expressions of a very complimentary nature in regard to the picture programs  shown at the Opera House during the  past week. While it is true that a  visit to the "shows" any night during  the coming week will prove to be both  entertaining and instructive, a lew pictures of special merit are to be shown  to whioh the management desires to  call particular attention.  The special feature arranged for  Saturday ia the great Imp drams, in  two parts entitled "His Hour ol Triumph." dune '{ail and Win. Shay are  natural in this remarkable portrayal  of atage life. It would be a fine play  Without them, taking nno', as it does,  behind the footlights where realism  Stalks bare of its glamour, where one  I the greatest Ironies of life strikes at  man, evolving one ol the most heart  ppealing climaxes ever shown on a  oreen.   With these two great artists in  he leading roles the play stands out  as one ot the greatest ol its kind.  On Tuesday another play of sterling  worth will be shown entitled, "The  fcstless   Spirit,"    with that popular  otor Warren Kerrigan in the leading  ole (Thia gentleman's name, by the  jvay, is on the hero list in the popularity contest now being conducted by  The Ladies' World," Soenioally, "The  Restlesa Spirit" ia splendid end the  many excellent scenes aid wonderfully  in making the story highly interesting  and entertaining. The costuming Is also elaborate and on the whole the  production is a very worthy one. This  rogram also includes the Universal  isreekly showing interesting happenings  from all parts ol the world.  A Man in the World ol Men" to be  known on Thursday the 12th with that  trong character actor, Edwin August  in the leading role In this play h-i is  supported by a selected company oi  .Universal stars.  Everybody's favorite, Florence Law-  rence, plays the leading part in "The  Bpender," a two part drama to be  shown on Friday the 13th. MiBB Li w-  rence has some fine opportunities   in  his picture to show her remarkable  .versatility. There is a striking stage  scene and the interior of the theatre is  shown with full stage, orchestra and  large audience. This ia said to be  one ol tho host attempts ever made at  large interior Betting.  Although "Captain Kidd" is the title  of the big three reel feature to be  shown on Saturday next, it is not  story ol blood and thunder.as the title  might suggest, in the minds of some  This nautical drama will prove a big  drawing card next Saturday and will  lie a revelation from many points. The  costuming and settings are very elaborate and correct, and exaotly in keep-  inn with the'period. This is a picture  that both old and young can enjoy and  while in parts it is very thrilling, it  is also intensely interesting and entertaining. This bold, bad pirate had  many good points and these are not  overlooked in this story which is the  (irst of a splendid aeries ot nautical  pictures.  ^A6&***A0^A*i*&ii0&HM*M&&va0vf4Q0&M^iaii4ji&.  NEW BOAT SERVICE SOUTH,  OF PENTICTON  A daily passenger and freight ssr-  vice on Okanagan River and Skaha  Lake, between Fentioton, Koleden, and  Okanagan Falls will be inaugurated  early this sp ring by tke Southern  Okanagan Transportation Company,  which at the present tuna has a lake  sorvioe on Skaha Lake.  A boat designed especially for river  navigation is at present being constructed at Summerland, by the Boat  Works at that point, and the new  cratt which is a 32-foot launch with  seven foot beam will make slightly  over twelve knots, and ia squipped  with a 30-horse power Scripps motor,  and draws very little water, being in  this respect particularly suited to liver  navigation.  The designer ol the new craft is tho  well known marine engineer of Vancouver, Mr. J, W. C. Robertson, who  haa designed most of tho Fraser River  boats.  It ia intended with the completion ol  the boat to make trips twioe dairy  between the Skaha Lake points and  Pentioton, where the C.P.R.. wharf will  be utilised.  The river trip ia one ol the features  ol boating'in the district, and the new  service will make it available to tourists and residents.���Pentioton Herald.  rrrnr mi-������' '-    ummmm^mmimM  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern .and- up-to-date hotel in jha Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Oianegeje  lake,   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, ami the beet  the market affords  A Mtuicil Ereaini U Eatotataed. leery imwikj  For weekly rates apply to  H. VINCE   ���   Manager  -o-  HUNDREDS OF MW. WOMEN AND  CHILDREN PUT TO DEATH BY  MEXICAN REBELS  One hundred women and children and  ISO Federal soldiers wero massacred by  rebels recently near Vanegas, north of  San l.iiis Potosi, Mexico, according to  reports to hand.  Major Rebolla and Captain Ramtres  and a handful ol men were the only  ones to escape. Thsy arrived at Mexico City bringing the news ol ths el-  feu, wy* qasunren esvwfcl **�� asjo.  Rough and: Dressed Lumber*  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limi  Phone 257 P.O. Boa 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucaeesors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop :  Coatea, Edwarda *3c Gowen Garage        KELOWNA* B.C.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W. HAUG  ���Phone-66  Sweet Orange*.  38t. per dez.  BeiMHare,  Get these Facts  If you have not yet sent us in a trial order or taken  advantage of our Net Caah Specials, you- have not  been looking after your own best interests. A glance  through the following will tell you what we are  offering for Friday, Saturday and Monday  NET CASH SPECIALS  Good quality Malt Vinegar,  Per Bottle     15o.  Hood quality White Wine Vinegar,  Per Bottle     15e.  Wagataff's ,1am, 5 rb. pails  Per Pail     7��e.  Peaohland Peaches, 3 tins ...   SBo.  Corn Flakes, Per Packet     10c.  B. C, Milk, 90 os. 3 lor     35c.  B. C. Milk, Family rise     10e.  Maconochiea English Pickles,  Mired or Chow Chow   8Se.  A few reliable lines we always carry.   If yaw use  Groceries at all, Use the Best  BISCUITS  Christies, Canadian, McVitia aad  Prioes' English.  lvellera Marmalade.  WagstaS's .Taut.  Cross & Breokwell's Pickles tad  Sauces. Vinegar.  Fresh Lettuoe, Freeh Celery, Cabbage, Turnips, Beets, Parsnips,  Onions, etc.  New Zealand Butter.  Stewart's Bread.  Poole's Bread.  Sutherland's Bread.  FLOUR  Ogilvie's Royal Household  Five Roses  Robin Hood  TEAS  Ridgewsys,   Tetley's, Blue Ribbon,  Nabob, Sunbeam, Special Bulk tea  Three pounds   tt.00  COFFEE  Nabob,    Chase k Sanburn, Ridgo-  ways, Bulk, Fresh Ground    Three  pounds ,i    IIjOO  BACON AND HAM  Rwilt's Premium     8tV>.  Stewart's Ajax  ��� Vie.  Burns' Shamrock   9Bc.  Everything that is Good to be had at  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh 1  Phone Three Oh I ����������  ���passer  *W  VI. ji :���..J... j. v.... ^v-:. ���.  KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914  { WANTED! 1  Prepaid Katoe: 2 cents par word  UrsL inaertion and 1 cent per word for  sack subsequent inaertion. No ad., inserted for leas than 25 cents.  MANAGER OF CENTRAL  AGENCY MEETS GROWERS  (Coatlauiiil hum l'��K�� M  All classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging of  mntill items.  Copy may be received for these ada  up to IU a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOR SALE- 20 aorca fine fruit and  hay land, six miles from knlownu on  Vernon road] also 7rroonied house  and two line building lots onWilsou  avenue. All at vory attrnotivo lig-  ��ron. Inquire F. S. Coatoa, Lake-  view hotel. 33M,  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE���Good roomy cutter,  ply C, 11. Leathley, Rutland.  Ap.  FOR SALE - Allullo, Timothy and  Clover, 'and aocond cut Clover. Delivered or in stock. Apply Central  Okanagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranch. 44 tf.  UAY FOR SA!.,  in the    stack.  side.  - >}1 -." I per    ton  0. A. Pearse, Creok-  45tl.  tTOR SALE.���Dry cord wood, pine and  fir, guaranteed dry, $2.50 per riok  delivered. P. 0. Box 449. 'Phone  320(5. BU.  HAY FOR SALE (baled) In small or large  quantities, at Rutland. Apply A. H.  Johnston, Rullond. 11-2  HOARD AND ROOMS  TO RENT���Furnished bedroom and ait-  ting room, together or separato. Apply Harrison, Sutherland avenue, or  P.O. Mox 331. x  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED-Young Nurse Girl for baby  nine months old.     Apply Royal I fold.  II  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED-To my ptoco, iud bull call,  aeoma to be geutle, no ear-murks.  Owner can have same by proving  property and | a . a ' expenses. M.  Hercron. El'lison, B. 0, ' 7tl.  WILL TRADE good two-sen ted democrat lor 4-foot wood. Apply to W.  P. Meredith, City Transfer. 6tf.  FOUND���Row or saij Boat, about 16-R.  Owner inquire at Record Office.       I III  NOTICE  Any person found cutting suw logs  or boom sticks on the shore oi Okanagan Lake will be prosecuted.  0. K. LUMBER CO.  Feb. 29 LIMITED.  PIANO TUNING INTIMATION  Mr. It. McGeorge, authorized Piano  Tuner and Regulator lor Mason &  Risch, Limited, intends being in Kelowna and district within, the next two  weeks.  Parties requiring hia servirea lor tuning, etc., will kindly leave thoir address with Messrs. Crawford k Co.  MASON 4: RISCH PABLOBB  10-11 Kelowna, B. 0.  KELOWNA HOSPITAL SOCIETY  TENDERS FOR WOOD  Tenders wanted lor 60 rioks ol 16-  inch green Cottonwood end poplar, delivered and piled. Tenders to be In by  February 9th.  G. A. FISHER.  10-11 Secretary.  City of Kelowna  Notice is hereby given that the Municipal council ol the City of Kelowna  will require the. following supplies in  the near future, and all persons interested are invited to submit prions  on same:  Fire Hydrants.  Water meters   and couplings     with  straight   rending    dials indicating  U. S. Gallons.  Water Meter Dial Extensions, ldngth  2 It. �� in.  Curb boxes.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk.  Kelowna, B. C.  January 28th, 1914.  CARNIVAL  At the Roller Rin'*  Tuesday, February l(Mh  Frinw ��hib'ited ��(knowl��' J#Welry ,Siore  Admission 25c       Slutai 25c utr. 1  ihe value ol tbwe luw buon $32^,50^.54  iruiL aad $12u,3-*..J ^tfuUbles, etc., a  LUUl   Of   lUdaWlesJiie  ��� i*roiu thqir payments Lu tae grower*  iuuy had kept buck Sl2,bli7.��i7 as re-  sui-vu' fund (repayublu with iuLuicst at  lla* cud of tui'uu yearn). I a addition  iIn.-; bud dtiuuiud il uiivibuble to i'tr  Urn from thu locul unauuiulioiui a auui  uiui-i)   aulficiunl  Lu i"a>   all  upoiuliiig  U&pUUIHM   Of    Hit;    LuilU'ul,   Iculmg      that  it wus butiur Lo givti a roiuud ut thu  cud of tbu )iHi ruLlior limn go bucii  lot moiu. .50HIU bud thought this a  xm-riiiivi! tiail sunt lbu uxpunauB wouki  tuku it ad aud thoy would uuvur got  il buck��� mil no wan pleased Lo be aide  Lo nay thut they bud a surplus ob  ^-1,-iuu.Ji lupi'ouuutiug ubout 6U por  uwt of tho deduction*, whioh would be  refunded,  lie fi-uukly admitted thut mistakea  hud boeu uiudu, but thoy were only  human, und had lo leuru by expun-  enoo. uud Lhoir mistakus would touch  iboin wbat Lo avoid iu tbo Jtuturo. lie  bud thhi to nay, howovor, that thoy  bud honestly and fairly tried to carry  out Lhe policy laid down at tho atari  aud by working on a conuorvati\ o  Luaid tu uiuko good tboir promises to  tno growuru, uud ho ventured tu uay  .Hull when thu auditors' figures wero  cumpl'uiu, there was uo iuii'-inuidod  man, Lakiug into account tho volume  ol business done, aud tho hurried manner in which Lhey hud jumped into the  work, but what would admit iliai they  hud not done so bud.  .Mr. itobortson sketched tlio history  ol the negotiations of tho Doutral witb  tbo brokers und wholesalers, and the  serious problems which thu board of  directors hud found themselves up  against. As muny uf his hearuru wero  aware practically the whole trade ot  tlio uoith-wesL was in the hands of two  .wholesale firms, who ware sufficiently  powerful to have entire contral of tbe  markets. In lace of this humiliating  situation, rendered more acute by the  ompetiiion from tho American growers  hey hud done their utmost to secure  tbo bust terms possible.  Discussing the question of the pay  Mfi.it of brokeruge, tor whioh the Con-  ral hud beon so keenly criticized, Mr.  Kubertson said thut when in California, he had discussed conditions there  with the general munuger of the L'uli-  niuiii Fruit Growers' K\change. Thu  attur had informed him that though  bey had now got to u position where  they employed few brokers, when they  first started practically all their ousi-  nuss had been done through brokers.  'And what is a broker'" asked Mr.  Kobertiou. "If one house has the exclusive sale uf the output, it is practically in the position of a pergonal  salesman, uud that is tho service for  whioh thoy ure paid." It wus essential  in all cummexcial business at the  present duy to have salesmen.  Asked luter as to what was the  amount of brokerage said Mr. Robertson said they had got the same terms  as paid by others on both sidee of the  line, viz., $30 per ear, and the particular concern had handled 70 por cent  of their crop. He'maintained however  that this brokerage did not cost the  growers one dollar, as they had got  better prices than they would have  done had they tried to market their  goods independently.  There was some demur amongst tho  audience at thia, but Mr. Robertson  epeated his statement emphuticnlly,  declaring he knew perfectly well of  what he spoke.  Regarding their general policy of  dling, continued the speaker, there  had been many different opinions. People said they should have got better  prices. Looking back now perhaps  hoy should. "If only our foresight was  aft good as our aftorHighl wo would all  be millionaires," he declared. From  tho knowledgo they had at the timo,  howover, it was felt that tho only safo  policy was to work on economical  lines, and take no chances. Thev wero  not in a position to gamble with the  markets. No doubt they would have  gol better prices by holding on to the  B. C. Restaurant  Wafer Street  OPPOSITE DREAMLAND THEATRE  McsBrs bnqng and Wong Yet beg to  announce ,thnt they have purchased the  bi.'sinesa of the B. C. Restaurant from  Quon .Take On (9am Lee), Quon Sen,  Mark' Gin Jue, anti Won' Wing, and  will take over the management on  February 12th next.  No olaims againBt the lormer proprietors s'lH be recognized after that  date. .   ��� 10-12  South Kelowna Land Co.  Lin.'ited  MISSION RANCH  Horses   taken in for  winter  feed at $4 per month.  Reduction for large numbers.  R. S. HALL,  Telephone, Mgr. of Ranches.  House 75.  Ranch 2305. 7'f.  fruit, but people were wanting their  money, and they had not attempted to  hold back for better prices.  Speaking of the delay in returns duo  to the closing of pools, Mr. Robertson  said they hud been trying across tho  line to solve this problem for ten or  wclve years and hud tried many different systems. Car pools they had found  xmsatisfactory as many growers had  lost -their entire.crop in this way when  ho oar turned out badly.    With     all  heir disadvantages poals were a kind  of insuraniv to tho growers of at least  average prices.  Tin* directors had discussed earnestly what to do to avoid delays in  pools, and it was one of tho problems  hoy had to solve. When certain dates  wero fixed for a pool aU shipments  within those dates had to bo settled  and paid for before tho pool could bo  closed, and if there was any claim  against tho railroad or other delay tho  ool must wait. Somo had asked  why not advance tbo money? The  plan had been tried in other placeii  but had been found too risky,  Mr. Robertson also spoke of the  difficult lea of collections, and said that  they had mado a decided advance in  tho reduction of credit and getting in  of cash.  Future Policy  Coming to tho future policy of   the  organization,   Mr. Robertson    stated,  that nomo timo ago, acting under   inductions from  the Central, ho     hud  United  tho  various local  associations  n tht! valley to endeavor to ascertain  thoir   views as to    the course    to be  adopted noxt year, and ho outlined the  records of tho various meetings.  In no  case, ho remarked, had they failed    to  fret a unanimous vote.     The members  hud  come with all sorts of differences  and grievances but they had   always  boon because they had failed to carry  tho people with thorn.    If they   could  only determine to pull together    they  j/ere sure ultimately to succeed.  Continuing, hi road resolutions pass-  d by tho various'1 boards regarding the  uture    soiling policy   of tho Central.  P'he resolutions though differing in do-  tail wore much to the same effect, that  ntil the association was ready to re-  line to sell to brokers and jobbers thev  should    continue    to do so. but that  ,thov should endeavor as far as possible to got into touch with tho differ-  nt  co-operative Grain Growers-' Abao-  Ointions of  tho  prairies,    Mr.  Uobertson then wont into some details as to  the prospects    of following out     this  Ian, which ho thought might     prove  he ultimate solution.  At thu conclusion of Mr. Robertson's  remarks the questioning began in earnest, and plainly showed that there  had been widespread dissatisfaction  with the returns received. Though severely heckled from all sides Mr. Rob-  crtBon proved thoroughly, eiual to the  occasion, and while ho frankly adroit -  'led that mistakes had been made, and  that returns in some oases had come  hard on individual -rowers, he maintained that under tho circumstances results had been fairly satisfactory, and  he further asserted that tho Central  had been chiefly instrumental in hold-  ling prices to what thoy had beon.  He challenged anyone to visit the  office of tho Control at any time, and  promised them free access to any of  I thoir bookl nnd records. Flo had nothing to hide In tho'mhtter, and what  ��� ho had told them wore just plain facts.  The questions and discussion were  continued at tho afternoon session and  ultimately on the smrf/estion of Mr.  J. TC. Roeldu, it was moved by Mr, A.  I Dalgleish that a conference bo held in  Kelowna at an early date, of tho directors of all the local associations in  the vnlloy for the purpose of discussing the situation and deciding upon  a policy for the future.  This resolution was passed unanimously.  It was decided to hand over to this  conference attV pu^flstlons which might  be made regarding the working of the  association, and the shareholders' wen*  Invited to put their ideas in writhv  nnd hnnd thorn in to be put before tho  conference.  ZZZSF&jJSLlXXkmf&a  CONFERENCE NOW IN SESSION  The conftTence ubove referred to Is  in session at tho time of going to  presH. Tho various local branches are  well represented, Tho members aiWved  in Kelowna yesterday and hold thnir  first meeting Inst night. The whole  work of the Central is being freely discussed, and notwithstanding tho keen-  eat criticism and expressions of disappointment at the returns of tho past  season, general policy was approved,  and a unanimous vote of confidence in  Manager Robertson was passed.  CARNIVAL  At lhe Roller Rink  Tuesday, February 10th  Prized exhibited at Knowles' Jewelry Store  Admiision 25c SkatcB 25c extra  The Market is Unsteady  ���trttrmrtmim  on a few staple lines, and we hasten  to  anticipate  the  lowering of prices  No one seems to know what will  happen next with regard to  Flour, Sugar, Ham & Bacon  FLOUR will not be steady until Patlia-  rrienl comfs to some decision regarding  reciprocal relations. SUGAR will  remain unsteady for at least a month,  whjle the Hog Markets of the east  rule    the     Hum    nnd   Bacon   prices  We have a special Ham and  Bacon counter of choice cuts  at 25c per lb. hy the piece  Look them over & make your selection  Sugar in 20-lb. sacks, $1.35  ���   100-..*    ���    $6.75  These are our regular prices  for the brut B.C. Granlft),Sugar  Flour in 24-lb. sacks,    90c  .���      49-lb.    ���    $1.75  ���     98-lb.    ���    $3.45  These are our regular prices  (or Royal Household and  Quaker Flour, the two best-  known and highest quality  brands in America  5 par cent. Discount on Cash purchases.     Monthly accounts net  It pays to deal with McKenzie,   Try it  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  " Quality and Service " our Motto  1HSTI61Y  MCE*  ES mV.)}    ��� D'      ' ���"������z^Zi^nzrr*r."':;7i"..",.^U-��� '      ~  Wc noiv offer oaluea you cannot resist ii you trill  otih; come in and see our choice goods and our loto  prices on them. We haoe none but High-Class Merchandise in our store, and toe are just as careful about  our reputation when making a Clearing Salens at any  other time. As at all other times during the year toe  shall not let you leaoe,our store with garments that do  not "it and goods that do not satisfy.  Still a Few Live Bargains in Store  Tablea of  Girls' and Misses'  Slippers  and over Cardigans  50c.  T .blcs of  Women's fine Shoes  Sizes 2i to 7 ( mly  30  pairs  left)  at $2.50  Tables of  Ladies' Bedroom  Shoes  At..  75c  250 Blouses on sale  At .....$l and $2  2 5 Childs springcoats  At $2  Men's Boots and Shoes  This table has surely been a lively one.   Still we have 140  pairs which we will offer as long as they do $1 and $2  Boys' Underwear (Watson's make)  A small table still left at 25c  Remnants of Everything  in Piece Goods, Delaines, Satteens, Prints, Dress Goods, S rges, Cretonnes, Velours, Tweeds, Satins, Silks,  Duckt, Laces  Ginghams, Embroidery, Ribbons, Braids, and some  Thomas Lawson. Limited  j

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