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Array tMxrtmw Kcttfrfc  MAR   : 1920  VOL XII? NO. 18  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THUlkSDAY. M/UICH 18. 1920.���4 PAGES  * 1.50 Par Annum  Rutland Girl* is Victim  of Pneumonia  After a long and atrenuous fight  against pneumonia, following if*  fluanza, Mits Evelyn Mae Sproule,  the 16-year-old daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. R, J. Sproule, of Rutland,  died to-day. The caae ia particularly sad inasmuch aa Mr. Sproule  haa been lying seriously ill in Vancouver for aome months, and Mra,  Sproule herself ia juat recovering  from a bad attack of influenza.   A  Jineral aervice ia to be held Satur-  ay morning at the undertaking  parlors in town after which the  remains will be ahipped to Vancouver for interment.  At the time sickness came to interfere with their plana, arrange-  menta were being made by Mra,  Sproule to diapoae of their effects  here in order to move to Vancouver.  Death of C. L. Lynch  at Penticton  Newa of the death at Penticton  Tuesday of Mr. C. L. Lynch until  recently a resident of Kelowna,  waa received with deep regret by  by hit many frienda here Mr.  Lynch it appears took influenza  about a week before, and had apparently recovered and waa beginning to get around again, when  he waa suddenly seized with heart  failure, and died within a few  minute*.  Mr. Lynch left Kelowna at the  . beginning of tbe year to take over  (lie buaineaa of the Penticton Hardware Co. He came here two or  three yeara ago from Brandon, ill-  health having compelled him to  aeek a milder climate than that of  the prairie*. While here he and  Mr*. Lynch became identified with  aeveral local movement*. He wa*  financial aecretary and treasurer  of the United Church in the  work of which he took a great  interest. A* a Mason he wa* connected a* a member with the local  lodge*, being a Past Master of the  'order in Brandon.  The body i* being ahipped to  Brandon for interment. Mr*. Lynch  who passed through on the boat  thia morning, waa met at the wharf  by representatives of the church  Flu Epidemic Has  Run Its Course  Ban Against Meetings Is Removed But Due Caution Must  Still Be Observed  The ban against public meetinga  wa* removed Monday by the  medical health officer, it being can-  aid ere d that the flu epidemic ha*  sufficiently abated to warrant auch  action. Tbia doea not mean, however, that all precaution* may b.��  entirely relaxed. Although there  have been no new cases reported  since Thuraday laat Medical Health  Officer Knox wishes it to be understood that there i* (till danger ot  spreading the infection and perhaps causing a new outbreak unless the public will continue to observe due caution. Dancing especially ia to be avoided for a time,  as thia is one of the easiest way*  in which the disease can be spread.  School* are now open again in  both town and country diatrict*,  and the usual church aervicea will  be held on Sunday next.  and alio of the Masons, and waa  assured of the deep aympathy of  all in her aad loss.  Benvoulin Notes  The Benvoulin United Farm  Women will meet at the home of  Mr*. C. L Burtch on Thuriday  afternoon, March 25th at half paat  two.  The Ladiea' Aid of Bethel Church  met at Mrs. McEachem'* on Wednesday afternoon,  Mr. and Mr*. Caldwell moved  laat  Monday   to  their  home in  Ellison.  Old timer* in the diatrict will be  aorry to hear of the death of Mra.  W. Brent, daughter of Mr. and Mrt.  A. Berrard, at Penticton on Saturday laat. Much sympathy i* felt  for the family in their bereavement.  The Okanagan School opened  on Monday and the Mission Creek  School on Wednesday with most  of the children back in their place*.  Miss Aimed* Oakea arrived on  Tueaday s. boil from Enderby.  Mr. and Mrt. Burrell moved on  Monday to the Conlin, place. We  wetcome them back to Benvoulin.  Mr. and Mr* C E. Burtch arriv  ed on Monday from Penticton and  are spending a day or so. with Mr.  and Mr*. C. L. Burtch.  The death took p'ace last Sunday of Mrs. Shanley Kerr, of Glenmore, the cause being shock following childbirth. Great sympathy i*  felt for the bereaved husband  whose brief married life haa ended *o unfortunately. The funeral  took place Tueaday at the Kelowna cemetery.  k  STUDEBAKER  Announcement  To the Canadian People  THE existing prices of Studebaker Automobiles were determined, as they have  always been, on the basis of exact equality of value between the American and Canadian dollar. Prices will not be increased to  cover losses in exchange unless they become  considerably more "serious man they are at  present, which we believe is unlikely. This  corporation is a Canadian industry, employing  Canadian labor, investing its surplus funds in  Canadian Government securities, depositing its  working capital in Canadian banks, and paying  large taxes to the Canadian Government. It  respects and values the good will and patronage  of the Canadian people, and will not take advantage of a temporary emergency to increase the  prices of its cars.  THE STUDEBAKER CORP. OF CANADA, LIMTED  Walkerville, Ontario  March 12th, 1920  A. R% ERSKINE,  President  M. A. ALSGARD ��� KELOWNA DEALER  NEW SHOWROOMS, LAWRENCE  AVENUE  Rutland News  IFrom oar own  n.irri<-n,,ndsBO.  Clarence Duncan returned thia  week to Calgary after a (hort atay.  Howard Fitzpatrick i* now living  in Kelown*, he having taking a  poaition at the Royal Bank.  , Mr. McMurray ia back again  after a viait to hia native land of  Scotland.  The postponed concert of the  Athletic Club is to be held next  Thursday, the 25th, when the boy*  are hoping for a record turnout.  -  The influenza ban now being off  Bible class and Sunday-achool will  be held next Sunday at 11 a.m.  and the usual church service at  7.30 p.m.  An unfortunate accident happened this week to Earl, the small  son of E. S. Bush. In the courae  of hia play he fell from the barn  loft and broke hia arm.  Following the aale of the atock  and implements and the turning  over of the ranch to his son Jack,  Mr. W. H. Fleming moved with  his family into town Tueaday.  Their departure from the Rutland  district after aome fifteen years'  residence, will be much regretted,  whilst the Methodist' choir will  miss two valued members.  Empress Theatre Opens  With Fine Program  After being closed for four weeka  the Empress is again open, and the  management have secured for the  current week some verv fine offerings. For Friday and Saturday,  Vtoln Dana will be aeen among  the Giant Redwooda of California  in a picturizitror adapted from the  novel Madelon.  On Monday and Tueaday will  be shown a aouthern atory entitled  "Boston Blackie'a Redemption,"  and a couple of laugh producing  [comedies ol the highest category.  Wedneaday and Thuraday (he long  looked for scene* of the "Prince's  Viait to Canada" will be shown,  and theae ahown in all the clear  brilliancy of which the commodious Empress is capable ahould be  a welcome light to all loyal citizens,  alao Dorothy Gish in "Nugget Nell'  and a real good comedy, "Back to  the Kitchen," constitute a bill which  wili be hard to beat. The manage,  ment alao announces a matinee  every Tueaday, Thursday and  Saturday at 3.30 p.m., which will  be welcome newa for the people  from the surrounding districts.  Jap Suicides After  Attempted Murder  A startling and tragic affair occurred last Friday evening at the  Rainbow Ranch camp at Okanagan  Centre, when a Jap ranch hand  attacked the, Japanese woman  cook with a knife, inflicting serious  injuries upon her before he could  be stopped. Almost immediately  afterward* he seized a razor and  committed suicide by cutting hi*  own throat. The woman now lie*  in the Verr.on~Hoapit.il but it ia  belieyed ahe will recover. Several  other Japa were in the camp at the  time, including the husband of the  injured woman and the reason for  the attack ia not very clear. It ia  believed that tha would-be murderer was temporarily deranged.  Growing Scbooi Needs  Cause Tax Increase  Year's   Estimate* Passed By  Council- Rate tp Be 37.5 Mills  The principal business at] Monday evening's council meeting waa  the consideration of the estimate*  from the various committees and.  the atriking of a lax rate, based  upon the financial requirement tor  the current year. The tax rate will  be 37.5 or 1.5 mills higher than  aat year. In the report of the  Finance Committee a comparison  is made between the tax levy of  1919 and that for 1920 as follows:  General Levy  Debenture Levy       15.2  School Levy (City)    8.7  ��� (Diatrict)  Tout   36.0  1920  General Levy 11.3 I  Debenture Levy 12.6  School Levy (City) 13.6  ,, (District)  Total   37.5  1919          12.1 mills   $24,016.06  30,168.94  17,267.75  1.659.14  $73,111.89  $22,631.98  25,235.65  27,390.48  2.619.10       $7772521  The reduction in the Debenture  Levy, the report stated, waa due  tn an amendment to the Municipal  Act which necessitates the rate for  achool debentures being included  in the tchool rate. The drffcience  in the achool rate consisted of  $4,925.51 for school debentures  and approximately $6,000 increase  in the achool board'a estimatea.  Provision waa made in 1920 tax  levy for $7,500 capital expenditure.  Administration of Justice        ...$ 3,600.00  Public Works Committee  Street Sprinkling      1,400.00  Expenditure on street work, fire 11,256.00  Debenture Expense ...    1,578.49  7-U3749  (Less revenue of $900 from street sprinkling)  Health Committee  Expenditure {operating and  maintenance         4.950.00  Debenture Expense           7,512.18-  Suthmerland's tax rate for 1920  ia 45 mill*.  Mra. A. Wanabrough Jones returned last week trom a visit to  England.  Two bills providing for exemption of taxation, free rights-of-way  and other minor conceaaions to the  Kettle Valley Railway Company  for construction of nine miles of  railway from Coalmont to lhe  companv'a mines, and for a line,  from Penticton to Dog Lake, thence  ferries across the lake, and a line  of sixteen mile* in length to the  government South Okanagan development area, were brought  down by Premier Oliver Saturday  to ratify the agreements already  entered into by the government  and the company for the construction of the lines,  $12,471.18  (Less revenue of $2,000 for scavenging fees)  Park* and Boulevards  Expenditure on park,  streets  and cemetery    3,600.00  Debenture Expense     3,352.00  $6,952.00  Fire Protection and Building  Expenditures (equipment and  maintenance      5722.00  Debenture Expense       ,   662.70  $6,384.70  Light and Water  Expenditures (operating and  capital  38,320.00  Debenture Expense.- 12,121.87  $50,441.87  School Board      ���  Expenditure (maintenance) .... 33,675.00  Debenture eapenaa    4.925.51  ' . $38,600,51  (Less government grant for teachera'  aalariea of $8,840)  Sundries  Office aalariea, legal expenaea,  intereat.councils indemnity, '  grants. &c. ...    13,100.00  (Less revenue from trade licenses, fines,  interest, etc., $7075)  The varioua estimatea having  been given careful conaideration  in cotnini tee, were pased with  very little discussion. Aid. Rattenbury in presenting the finance report, aaid that the city in common  with other organizationa had had  to face a great increaae in coat of  materials and wakes. Major  Sutherland alao pointed out lhat  the increase in the tax tale wa*  due 111 moat entirely to a $6000  increase in school requirements.  Half of this had been taken care  of by the tax increase, and half by  an increase in water rat'a  The raise in the water rate referred to waafrom$l.80"to $2 80 gross  a by-law being introduced for thst  purpose. The 15c meter retrt wa*  to be dropped.  Aid. Knowles recommended the  appointment of Messrs. DeHart,  Crowley and Palmer as citizen  member* of the parks  committee.  It was decided to call for tr ndera  for atreet watering.  The council decided to take  action to get payment of intereat  arrears on one of its (inking fund  mortgage loan*.  The   Japaneae   are ' erecting  a  sawmill at Grindrod. i aVQB TWO  'I'."'I"     ..,   ���  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, March !��. ��2C  WALTHAM A ELGIN  THIN MODEL WATCHES  Th* modern mm demands two  things of hia watch.  Firat of all, of courae. he demand*  a watch that tell* honest time���a  watch whose accuracy he can rely on.  But thia in itself is not enough.  Hia time-piece must ba good to look  st��� one that ie modern as the cut of  his clothe* or the lines of his motor  car.  And it is for these reasons that we  recommend tha Opera Waltham  Watches and Stream Line Elgin Wat.  chea for men.  Prices from $35.50 to $90.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optometrist      Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy  Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5602  P.O. Box 418  G.W.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward I Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Bos 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can rr.upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, Ace.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Lata with Kelowna   Furniture Co.  KELOlBiaNH RECORD  PaMiahsd avscy Tburaday at Keiowna,  Britiah Columbia  I0HN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES  tl.BO    psr   rear:    76c.    six   months    llnrlW  SlaW. 10 osats  additional.  Oibsarlbarrs at tka rsfalar raw eaa aan  silra saaars saallsd ta trlsaas at a sUstaacs  si HALT RATI. t.s.. 71 ...In asr raar.  Tkis ssastal arirusas   Is   sraatssl   lot    tks  mirnnas of advsrtislns tbs eitr .ml distiiot.  All subsorlotioas  oarabW ia advaaos  Suggested Basis For  Canada's Navy  If Canada decides to cooperate  in the general naval needs of the  empire, it may be convenient to  possess a basis on which to build  up her fleet. The basis suggested  under these conditions is a fleet-  unit which it is considered that  war experience has shown, ahould  comprise in the case of Canada:  One battle cruiser, two light cruisers, six destroyers, four submarines  and two fleet mine sweepers.  'The naval force uu -ges'ed as  adequate pure'y for the protection  ot Canada's ports comprises: Three  light cruisers, one flotilla leader,  twelve torpedo craft, eight sub  marines wilh one parent ship."  The above excerpls from the  report of Viscount Jellicoe, admiral of the fleet, on his naval mission  to Canada which was tabled in the  commons by Hon. C C. Bdlantyne,  minister of naval service, indicale  what thia eminent authority on  naval affairs considers are Canada's  naval requirements if she is to play  her pait in Empire affairs, and  nlso if she is to protect her own  shores. The report, which is not  a lengthy one, after mentioning (he  the subjects on which advice was  requested by the government of  Canada, deals with the question of  a Canadian navy under a number  of specific heads.  New Franchise Bill  Gives Adult Suffrage  A new franchise bill was introduced into the Commons shortly  after the opening by Guthrie, who  explained lhat the only require-  mei ts would be those of Britiah  citizenship, resident in Canada (or  one vear and in present constituency for two months and attainment  of 21 years. These requirements  would be applicable in the case nt  male and female voters alike. The  piinciple adopted in the preparation of voters' lists was that existing provincial lists in any province  where authorized by lawa for use  in provincial elections should be  utilized in case of the Dominion  elections, provided lists were riot  more than 12 months old or more  than 12 months had elapsed between their computation and the  ia.ue of writs for the Dominion  election.  A bill is now before the Houile  at Victoria designed to regulate  glaring auto headlights.  An Act to provide for the "In-  corporatiou of Village Municipalities," introduced into the House  at Victoria by the Attorney Ceneral  will, when passed, make it possible  for the inhabitants nf nnv a/en in  which the number of residents  does not exceed 750 to become  incorporated hr a village.  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &'c  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 5102  I guarnntee prompt ^service  and satisfaction  SPRING  Mill  inery  Opening  Monday & Tuesday. March  I5&16, and following days  Introducing accepted modes in Hate  for ���treet, sport and dress wear.  A display replete with creations of  exclusive merit.  C Arbuthnot  KELOWNA  Local Boy Scouts  Edited   by   Pioneer.     March   16th  ORDERS by command for week  ending March 25th. 1920.  DUIIES: Orderly patrol for the  week. Otters ; next for duty, Owls.  PARADES: The combined tioop  will pnrade at the club mom on  Tuesdav, March 23rd at 7.15 p.m.  A full turnout is imperative alter  our month's inactivity due to the  influenza ban.  The bugle band will parade lor  practice at lhe fire hall on Thins-  day at 7.30 p.m., and the usual  basket ball practices will be held  on Friday and Wednesday. On  the attendances and form shown  a these two practices it will eniite-  ly depend whether we still enilea-  vour to arrange for the games with  the Summerland Troop. The sen-  son for basket ball is now fa, on  and un soon as we commence rehearsing in earnest for our concert  we cannot have so much basket  ball.  Speaking ol the concert a e have  heard nothing further about the  piano we are trying to get hold of  for our rehearsals, nor hirve we  vet found a play nr decidirl upon  lhe songs. We have sent rtway for  i furlher two plays which may lie  alright but we never can tell till  we read them.  a s  We wish ever> scout in the troof  to at once make himself a set nt  semaphore signalling flags. The  sticks should be about 24 inches  long and lhe flags each ot two  diagonal cnlors, ted and wliite, or  blue and white, should be about  16 inches by 15 inches. The  assistance nt your mothers or sisters  will probably be requisitioned, il  ihey can spare the time Irom spring  huiise-cleaning, but we should like  lo see il it would be possible for  this nrder to be complied with  before two weeks go by at tiie  latest. To the scout who first ex-  1 ibits the neatest new set alter the  publication of this columnwe shnll  give a prize of one rubber ground  sheet, from the surplus military  supplies received by us from Victoria recen'ly. The exact quantity  received by us is as lollows : I 7  ground sheets, 101 haversacks, 17  wat.r bottles, 40 mess tins (billies),  and I 7 field dressings. As we said  before the disposition of these will  be in the hands of the Court of  Honor, and if you have any suggestions let your leader have them  immediately.  a a  a  Wilh regard to lhe Jamboree  whichhas been recently considered  by the Dominion Executive Committee ofthe Boy Scouts, it was  estimated by them that it would  cost at least $20,000 to send over  two troops even from Canada, and  as Ottawa has nn such sum to draw  upon, the question was left for  each province to deal with itself  on its own financial responsibility.  Ontario has lots of money so will  probably be represented, but British Columbia has not, so ,we ate  afraid that the only chance of  British Columbia scouts seeing the  Jamboree will be by paying iheir  own expenses. It would mean  leaving Canada at the end of June  for an absence of about two months  at lhe least, nnd if any scout parent  is ever thinking of sending his bov  on a trip, we cannot too strongly  urge that he take advantage nf the  Moving!  L. O. Brown  ii moving from the South End Store,  Pendozi Street, to the building formerly occupied by the Red Cross  at the corner of Richter Street -and  Bernard Avenue about the end of  March.  In addition to our usual line of  Staple Groceries, we intend to carry  a special line of Confections and  School Supplies lor our younger  friends-  All goods will be sold at Cash  and Carry prices. If delivery of  goods is desired we will deliver at  as small a charge as possible providing the customer is willing tn  pay the extra amount. Ry thia  method you will always know just  how much you nee paying for your  goods and how much for convenience, and you will he paying for  your own convenience only.  We wish to thank most sincerely  all who have favored us with their  patronage at the old stand and earnestly hope thev will find it convenient to let us have a continuance  of their highly appreciated favors.  We also hope the residents of the  new district will find us a real convenience.  The exact date of opening in the  new premises and how somebody  is going to get a 20-lb. sack of granulated Sugar Free, will be announced later.  Land Settlement  Board Figures  The government of B. C. has advanced the land settlement board  a total of $1,475.503 01 lo date, of  ���vhich $363,806 has been expended  on lhe soldier settlement at Courle-  nay, $219,168 nn the soldier settlement at Crrston A total of $55,-  171 has been spent on the Christian  innch property near Kelowna,  $45,613 on the Prince George area,  $74,338 on the No. 2 area at Van-  derhoof, $30,820 on the Telkwa  area, $20,733 on the Fernie area  and $30,125 In date on the Sumas  Lake reclamation project. The  remainder of the total has been  expended on the land settlement  areaB et Marten Lake, Smithers,  Rose Lake, Alexandria and Francois lake. These figures were  made knnwu bv Hon. E. D. Barrow  ns thtt result of questions asked by  Mr. Bowser.  occasion nf the Jamboree, which  undoubtedly will he one ol the  greatesl   events   in   th?   realm   of  yhood lhe world has ever seen,  and we think, too, the event of a  lifetime.  ���  "Nautical Infoi mation���1 ender-  fool: 'Why do you have knots, on  the or-qn instead of miles?' First  Class Scout: 'Well, you see they  couldn't have the ncean tide if  there were no knots.'"  Professional Cards  BURNE S-  .VEDDBLL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.     ���    John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KEKR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary  Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepaied  and estimates given for public.Buildings, 1 own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  i.oiiMultiitH Cioil and Hudrsulifi  Engineer  B.C. hand SurDeyor  Surveys and Reporrs on Irrigation Work,  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C .' -  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Office Phone 443  Reaidence       313  Veterinary  Surgeon  Vernon. B.C.  Calla left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  Phone 327  HA AffllflgS?  Lessons in Voice. Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  HusmeuB I  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes   Forming for the New  Year  Phone for an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforte Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  The Oil Shop  BATTERY  SERVICE  RE-CHARGING  REPAIRS  NEW  BATTERIES  FOR SALE OR RENT  BATTERIES TESTED AND DISTILLED  WATER FREE   TIRES and TUBES   Goodyear, Dunlop, Maltese Crow  GASOLINE & OILS FREE AIR  DAY AND  NIGHT  SERVICE  Lawrence Avenue       J.   W.   B.   BROWNE, Prop.  Pendozi Street  Telephones  Day 287  Night 67  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY  California's Giant Redwoods Background for  VIOLA   DANA   in  "False Evid  ����  ence  From the hovel Madelon.     Introducing scenes from China.  Also a good Comedy.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee 3.30 p.m., 10c and 25c  MONDAY   AND  TUESDAY  Boston Blackie's Redemption  An unusual atory  of great, interest    Also   laugh-producing Comedies of  the right kmd.  Evening. 7.30 and 9' , Admiaaion 15c and 25c  '���> Matinee Tuesday al 3.30 p.m., 10c and I5c  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  The Prince's Visit  See this.    Also  "NUGGET NELL," featuring dainty DOROTHY GISH  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Thursday Matinee at 3.30 p.m., 10c and 25c  COMING-" In Old Kentucky."  Stirling & Pitcairn, Ltd.  NOTICE  In preparation for the fruit season 1920 we are re-  transferring our office to enlarged quarters in our  packing-house premises towards the end of this month.  We believe that there we shall be able to give the  closest attention to the service required by our clients.  Spray  Materials  REX    LIME    SULPHUR  DRY  LIME SULPHUR  ARSENATE  OF   LE4D  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  All varieties of Garden, Field, Clovers and Grasses  Quality the Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bag*  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US NOW  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones :  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37 Thursday. March 18.1920  KELOWNA  1ECORD  AUCTION SALE  On Tuesday, March 30th  Of tha Household Effects of  John L. Metcalfe, of Benvoulin  Quarter mile South of the Benvoulin Hotel  Oak Extension Table.  6 oak Chaira  Oak Secretaire and Bookcase in one  Mahogany upholstered Chair  2 large upholstered Chairs  Mahogany Centre Table  Folding Card Table   3 wicker chairs  Wicker Sewing Table  English walnut Centra Table  Wicker Manazine Stand        Sofa  Large Bookeasa and Books  Singer Hand Sewing Machine  2 Axminster Squares, 9 x I0J  Bedroom Square 2 Rockers  Stair Carpet and Rods  2 Iron .Beds, complate  Brass Bad, Springs and Mattress  Dresser and Stand, fumed oak  Cheffonier, fumed oak  Dresser,  Stand  and  Table,  white  enamel 3 prs. Portieres  7 prs. Curtains Chafing Dish  Copper Teapot and Trays  Moffat Range       Cook Stove  Large Coal Stove  2 Kitchen Tables and Chairs  Washtubs Boiler       Kettle  All Kitchen utensils        Scales  Brats Reading Lamp  Angle Lamp 4 Table Lampa  30 yds. Linoleum       5 doz. Sealers  Extra fine Dinner Set  Tea Set, Limoges  China Salad Set Glassware  Quantity odd Diahea  Many articles not mentioned  The above furniture is all extra quality, with no reserve ea ranch Is told  TERMS CASH      SACK AT 2 P.M.  G. W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  AUCTION SALE of  R. J. Sproule, Rutland  This Sale has been Postponed until further notice owing  to Sickness in the family.  G.   W.   CUNNINGHAM      ->  AUCTIONEER  Chevrolet  tj In appearance and detail of appointment the CHEVROLET  "Four-Ninety" Touring Car ia unequalled at its price,  tj It would be difficult to find a car at any price which ia  mechanically more dependable or more economical in the  uae of gasoline and tires.  ���J If you want a moderate-priced car, and goad-looking  one, you will choose the CHEVROLET.,  aj Place your order NOW to insure early delivery, aa cara  are scarce.  M. A. ALSGARD  SHOW  ROOMS  LAWRENCE  AVENUE  "Four-Ninety" Touring, $960, f.o.b. Oahawa, Ont.  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Marea and Geldinga)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at tha office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  -  *���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  The United Church choir ia re  turning itt practicea Fridav night.  Mr. and Mra. F. H. J nson and  Mis. E. M. Maley were viaitora  from Brandon yeaterday.  F. Haasnrd, W. A. Hassard and  T. Elliott were down from Enderby  Tueaday on a buaineaa visit.  Mr. and Mra. Horn of Winnipeg  were viaitora Tueaday.  Mra. D. W. Black and family  came in Saturday from Fort William  on a viait to Kelowna.  W. Bullock of Weyburn, Sask.,  waa an arrival in town laat weekend.  Miaa Conlin waa a visitor to Calgary Tuesday.  Miaa A. DePfyffer left thia week  on a viait to the coaat.  Miaa Auatin, of the achool staff  paid a visit over the weekend to  Kamloops.  Misa Woods and Misa Paige  were viaitora to Salmon Arm laat  Friday.  R. A. Copeland ia down thia  week, having juat returned from  the coast where he presided at the  United Farmers' Convention.  Norman Day left Friday for  Calgary on hia way north to investigate the poaaibilitiea of the Peace  River district. He waa accompanied to the Landing by Mra. Day  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. F.  Price will preach on "Take  Psalm."   In the evening hia topic  will   be  "Jesus  Christ���Man   and  God."  The usual weekly meeting of the  G.W.V.A. will be held on Saturday  March 20th. The poatponed annual general meeting will be held  on Wedneaday, March 24th. The  meeting on Saturday will decide  whether to allow further nomina  tiona for the executive or not.  The annual meeting of the Kelowna Amateur Athletic Club will  be held in the Board of Trade  rooma on Wedneaday, March 24th  at 8 p.m. A large attendance of  members and those intereated ia  requested.  Services will be resumed at St.  Michael and All Angela' Church on  Sunday next, March 21 at, Passion  Sunday. There will be Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Matina followed  by Holy Communion at 11 a.m,  Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. and  Evensong at 7.30. Owing to the*  bad atate of the roada, there will  be no aervice at Eaat Kelowna on  Sundav afternoon.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired At Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phoaa 342  Mrs. Ingals left .Monday on a  viait to Turtleford, Sask.  Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Franks and  two children were passengers Monday for Melville, Sask.  M. Hereron waa a visitor lo  Vernon Tueaday.       '  E, J. Gilrav, of Innisfail, waa an  arrival latt Thursday.  Geo. Royle arrived Friday last  from the old country and will stay  for the present with hit brother  Fred.  Mits Johnson who hat been  staying with Mra. Buckland for  aome time patt left Friday for the  coaat.  Mitt Alberta Macfarlane, formerly domettic tcience teacher here,  it up from Penticton today.  A carload of horaes and another  of theep came in for Caaorao Brot,  Wednetday.  W. H Stevena, government tele  graph tuperintendent for the district waa in Tueaday on hit way to  Penticton.  The new "Lyric Orchestra" furnished tome excellent music on  their first appearance last night at  the St. Patrick'a ball given under  the auapicet of the K A.A.C.  Practicea for the "Mikado" are  being reaumed thit week, the  chorut holding rehearsals Tuesdays and Thuradaya and the  orchestra Wednesdays.  A meeting is being held Monday  evening in the Board of Trade room  of thote interetted in golf to consider the merita of certain sites  which have been sugges.ed as  likely courses.  Mettrt. E. M. Carruthers, C. H.  Bond, W. R. Reid and Grote  Stirling left Tuesday for Victoria,  having been called upon to consult  with the Water Rights Branch regarding a solution of the itrigation  difficulties of the Rutland district.  Messrs. Pemberton & Sun, the.  well-known financial firm of Victoria, Vancouver and other citiea  in the province are opening a  branch office in Kelowna in charge  of Mr. A. B. Barrat, who arrived  thia week for that purpote, A  temporary office hat been secured  in the Leckie block pending more  suitable premises.  A quiet wedding look place last  Saturday at Armstrong when  Graham Kincaid of Kelowna waa  married to Miaa Beryrel Thelma  Kelly, of Armstrong. The ceremony was performed by the Rev,  J. A. Dow, of Armstrong. Mita  lone Woodruff of Vancouver, acted aa bridesmaid and Mr. Elmer  Scarrow, of Rothwell, Man., as best  man. The bride was given away  by her mother Mrs. R. W. Kelly.  The happy couple returned Tuesday aud are taking up their residence on Elliott Avenue.  Vancouver will soon boast the  largest teleacope in the world, wilh  a lent ten feet in diameter, juat  half a foot larger than the famout  teleacope at Leipsig.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car haa bean all tuned up  ready (or the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? la it in top  notch condition'���'full of pep and  ready for action ? We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or orerhaul it at reasonable 'rates.  In caae it needa replacement we are  the official atation for the  famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvelloua little box of nervea  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to apin your engine, light  your Tights and blow your horn.  Drive in.today and become aa-  quainted with our Frea Service Dep.  Service oc All Batteriea  Don't take it to "George," let Barney do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile Electrician  Ths Siirr of ths Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendo/i St.  PAfla*. TBBB��  ���yatsKsw*-'^^  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acrea in treea, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 years  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard Und, at present used* for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Alao connected with good system  Jor irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  Another Reason  Why Dark Sells Cheaper  My third and not least important rea-  aon is that I aell for CASH. All my  patrons ��� and everybody else���fully  appreciates the significance of this fact.  It stands to common reason that a man  who gets Caah for hia goods can effort  to aell at a smaller profit than the mer-  who haa to "hope" hia customers will  pay for goods they have received���or  perhaps get $10 off an account of 150.  THINK IT OVER IN THE LIGHT  OF THESE FACTS. DARK HAS  SMALL PROFITS BUT QUICK  RETURNS.     See the window.  Chas. Dark  The Footwear Wizard  WEBBER WAGONS  We have just placed ��� carload of these  famous   wagona   in   stock.    All   sizes.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators      One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  ACENTS  FOR  DaLAVAL  SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street .     Phone 150  PEMBERTON & SON  FINANCIAL AGENTS      -      FARMS AND FRUIT RANCHES  2118 Howe Street,  VANCOUVER  A Branch Office will be Opened in Kelowna  when suitable offices have been secured.  Listings solicited of Fruit & Farm Lands, &c.  A. B. BARRAT,  Box 613, Kelowna.  AUCTION SALE  Having received instructions, I will -sell, withoit reserve al the farm of  H. Francis (opposite Rutland Store)  all his LIVESTOCK, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c, on  Thursday, April 1st  Commencing at 1 p.m.  Team of Baya, extra good workers  and gentle, weiSht 1300 lbs. ages  9 and 6     "  Two other Teams, weight 1200 to  1300 lbs., 4 and 5 years old  Good Saddle Horse and Driver  Aberdeen Angus Bull "Black McGregor P," registered, pedigree  on view  Holstein Cow, 3 years old this  spring, milking and in calf  3 Heifers, 2-year-old, one milking  and one due to calve  2 Heifer Calves, I year old  Hens  Magnet Separator in good condition  Double Wagon with box and rack  Bob Sleighs  Disc Harrow  Drag Harrows  Spring Tooth Harrowa  Single Furrow Plow  Double Furrow Gang Plow, practically new  Steel Roller, 8 feet wide  Hay Rake Deering Mower  Frost 8c Wood Seeder, 10 drills  Cultivator Potato Hitler  Self Feeding Pig Hopper  Bacon Smoket, cost $65 new, smoked one lot of Pigi only, with excellent results  Good set Double Work Harness  Set of Single Driving Harneaa  Spare Cellars, Bridles, ore.  Hay Fork, Ropes, Pulleys, <Vc.,. complete for fixing in bam  Platform Scales, up to 1000 lba.  Set Wire Stretchers  Set Page Wire Stretchers  Planet Jr. Seeder, new  2 Planet jr. Cultivators  Log Chains .   a  Lot of Red Carrots and Potatoes  About 5 tons No. I quality Seed  Oats, "American Banner,1' took  1st prize at Kamloops  Lot of Chains, Forks, Shovels  Wheelbarrow       Tools       Lumber  Lot of good Rope  Many other articles  Special attention is called to thia sale as the farm is aold.  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  Get Your Harness Fixed Now  Don't wait till the rush starts. Look your Harness over. If it is  dry and inclined to crack, bring it to us and get it washed and  treated with PURE NEATSFOOT OIL* Thia pre.  , waterproof*, and in fact, doubles the life of your harneaa.  BRING  US  YOUR   SHOE   REPAIRS,   TOO  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building ���   - Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  WE 1NVI1E INSPECTION OF OUR  DIAMOND RINGS  Eztieme care ia taken in designing and  manufacturing the tellings on our prem-  iaea. We carefully examine the Diamonda  we buv and you can rely on any statement  we make regarding them aa being correct.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  .     JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW ���        ���        -        MANAGER p\nK rous  KELOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, March 18,1920  Shoes & Hose  Good Fitting, Good Wearing Kinds  Our stock of Shoes is big���that's why we can fit you.  Our Shoes also make tha foot look neat and trim, and  thay wear a lpng time. Wt aell them at the Lots Cash  Price all  the time.  "INVICTUS"  the best shoe (or men and women, in all the leading New Spring Styles, frem $9.50 up  Ladies' Brown Elk Bluchers  high top walking shoe, Goodyear welt, at $12 pr.  "Kor-ker" Hand Welt Shoes  for Children, Misses and Boys, in tan or black,  flexible double sole, in calf or kid stock. These  shoes will be repaired by the Korker Shoe Co. at  the following prices with a new whole sole, iuw  . insole and heel���sizes 4 to 7h at $1.25 pair; sizes  8 to 104, at $1.50 pair; sizes! I to 2, at $1.75 pr.  This is a real economy, besides giving every comfort to the wearer.  Boys' and Girls' School Shoes  We  have  a  very  extensive  range at the right  price.    Come in and see them.  Good Wearing and Fitting  HOSE for all the Family  Rock Rib Hole Proof Hose, stainless dye, for boys, at  50c, 60c, and 75c pair  Buster Brown and Buster Brown's Sister's Slock'ngs,  in black, tan and white  Peter Pan Child's Stockings are made from the best  long staple hand twisted cotton yarns, seamless  and strongly reinforced in foot, heel, and toe. For  the money there is none equal for wear. In black  or tan at 65c, 75c, and 85c pair  Little Daisy Cashmere Hose, in black, tan, cardinal,  and white, in a good range of sizes now in stock  Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose in black, white, tan, navy, and  grey, warranted to retain their lustre, and not to  harden with washing, seamless, at 65c per pair.  Excellent value  Ladies' Cotton Hose, in nice spring weight, narrowed  foot and ankle, double heels and toes, seamless,  in black, white, tan, and grey, special 50c pair  YOU CAN ECONOMISE  by buying your Shoes and Hose from us  New Silks  Durability Silk in a big range of shade.,, 36 inches  wide, in a splendid wearing quality, at $2.50 yard  Silk Poplin in shot effects for skirts, 36 inches wide,  at $3.50 yard  Fancy Figured Poplins, for linings or suit fronts, Bulgarian colors, $3.50 yard  Fancy Plaid and Striped Messaline Silks for separate  skirts, 36 inches wide, at $3.75 to $4.50 yard  Natural Pongee S Iks for Dresses, Coats, or Men's  Shirts, from 95c yard to $2.50  Ladies' Hals and Skirts  Ladies' Ready-to-wear Spring Hats, in a nice range  of assorted straws we have priced most reasonably.  These ,are very good styles and are every one  this year's  Ladies' Skirts in Donegal Tweeds, wool poplins, silk  poplins and serges, that are extra good buving at  the prices we have attached to them  Ladies' Spring Suits  We have received this week another shipment of  Ladies'. Spring Suits in serges and tweeds, no two  styles alike, priced from $35 up to $65. We can  save you money on your new spring outfit  New Stock of Crockery  New line of ancy Cups and Saucers to.hand this week  priced as low as 25c each  Fancy Japanese Cups and Saucers, with  blue  line, 3  pairs for $1  Glass1 Tumblers at $1.00, $1.75, and $2.25 per doz.  Glass  I'ruit Sets, 7 pieces, large berry bowl and six  dishes, at $2 per set  Separate Butters, Creams, Sugars, and Spoon Holders  at 25c, 35c, and 50c   J. F. FUMERTON i CO.  THE CASH STORE "It Paya to Pay Cash."  Dry Goods phone 56 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Houra :  Morning-9.30 and  I I        Arternoon-3 and 5  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Box 116  Opposite the C.P.R. wharl  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE. EXCLUSIVELY  1  The Layritz Properly on lhe Ver  non road, 3 miles from Kelowna  Good houae with cement cellar,  good barn, few fruit tree, and  balance in truck. Free water  (rrr irrigation. All fenced. Price  lor one week only, $8,200 and  Ir mis to suit purchaser.  For full purticulars apply lo  The Okanagan Brokefage  We only charge TWO per  cent, commission on the vale of City Property.  Want Ads.  Chinaman's Scheme  for Making Whisky  A Chinaman in Vancouver lias  the police court guessing. He was  arrested for having liquor in his  restaurant and in court he tt ok a  glass of water, dropped aome herb  therein and passed it to the prosecuting attorney. It then had the  aroma of Scotch and all the appearance of this ancient beverage.  Court immediately adjourned to  investigate and as yet no report  has been brought in,  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, ! iarvev Avenue, Kelownn. Apply  Measra. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  HATCHING EGGS.   Johnston's bred to  lay Buff Orpingto.is, $5 per setting of  15. Satis f^c tion guaranteed. Box 364,  or phone 3153. 14-8p  WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS from ae-  lected pen. Prize utility stock. $2,50  per setting.    W. M. Todd, Box 446.  EGGS-Pure bred to lay White Wyandottes, Adams-Solly strain, $3 for setting  (15).   Phone 3201. 16-18  ANCONA HATCHING EGGS, Shepherd  strain. Great egg producers. Toole all  prizes at Kelowna. $2.50 per 15 delivered in town. Apply S. M. Gore.   17-Oc  FOR SALE���One Planet Jr. Horse Culti-  vatar, No. 8, $20 i one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. I7tf  FOR SALE, Tent, size 18 x  24.   Apply  P.O. Box 471. 17-Op  FOR   SALE-Ford, in good  $450.   Apply Box 287.  condition,  18-9p  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, three Carpenters at once. Apply Okanagan Building & Trading Co.,  Ellis street. I7tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  A BRIGHT, capable Girl wants Position,  housework or minding children ; can  help with cooking.   Box K, Record. 18c  MISCELLANEOUS  WAN 1 ED, Gents' Bicycle, good condition.  Apply Box 555, Kelowna. )7-8p  VACUUM   CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone |342.        IHtf  The Corporation of the City  of   Kelowna  TENDERS FOR WATERING STREETS  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon on Saturday,  27th March, for a team and driver for the  City Street Sprinkler, for the months of  April, May, June, July August and September of the current year.  Forms of tender may be obtained at the  office of  the City Clerk,   The lowest, or  any, tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  MarcR 17th, 1920.  BANG 1  Where is there an Automobile  Owner who has not heard that fatal  sound ?  Now is the time to have that tire  repaired.   We absolutely guarantee  OUR VULCANIZING  to outlaat  the  tire.    Why not give  our work a trial?  Get our Price List on Repairs,  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  O.K. Lumber Co. Office,  Bernard Ave,, Kalowna  Home Cured Bacon  We have a itock of especially fine Bacon on hand now,  which will please  the most  fastidious.  Try some and be convinced  Tlie best of BEEF. MUTTON,  PORK   and  L*MB always on  hand.  We are now making deliveries  Three Times a Day  Veteran Meat Market  Phone  183  ..  LIMITED  We have moved our store to  Corner, of Bernard Ave.  and Ellis Street  where we have more store  room und much more storage.  We intend to extend our business and keep a fuller stock of  Hardware and  Household Goods  OUR   SPECIALTIES i  Ranges  Congoleum Rugs  Aluminum ware  Dinner Sets  Granite ware  Building Paper  Tinware  Paints  Wall Paper  Come  up   to   the   corner   and  save ten per cent.  CASH  COUNTS  HERE  We have a fine  Auction Yard & Covered  Storage  nnd intend having  Auctions  Every  Saturday Afternoon  All kir.ds of Roods bought for  cash   or   will arrange to conduct an auction  for you.  StockwelFSa Ltd.  Plastering  BY' SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Auction  at Stockwell's, Ltd.  Auction Mart,  Saturday, March 20  Guelph Kitchen Range and reservoir, 4  Kitchen Chairs, 7 Dining Chaias, oak eztenaion Dining Tabic, Coal Heater, oak  Rocker, 2 Dressers and Mirrors, new Lino  12 x 14. new Raymond Sewing Machine,  drop head, two 41-ft. iron Beds, Springs  and Mattresses, Nickle plated Lamp, 5 dor.  Sealers, Dishes, Pots,Pans, 4 Pails, 2 waah  Tuba, Shovel ami Spade, and many other  articles, all nearly new and in fine order.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  FOR   SALE  Pure-bred W.C. Leghorn Eggs  Pen headed by Quisenbury male  $2 per setting.  Alao Day old Chicks.  H. D. RIGGS, Kelowna.  Automobile  For Hire  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door tb Post Office  BERNARD AVENUE-Bungalow, 5 rooms  pantry and bathroom, with three (3)  Iota, 165 feet frontage on Bernard ave.  and 137. on Ethel street. $4,000 on terms '  Two-storey Frame House, 7 rooms. One  acre of choice) land, situated op. Ellis  and St. Paul streets. Closo in. A snap,  only $3,500. One third cash, balance to  arrange.  ELLIOTT AVENUE-Small Bungalow,  17 x 20. Two good Iota. $1,150 on  terms.  CADDER AVENUE-Bungalow, frame  and shingle construction, 35 x 22, foundation brick and cement, 3 fast high,  dining and living room, with open fire  place, kitchen, enamel sink, hot water  boiler built in cupboard, hall between  kitchen and bathroom, with linen cupboard, 2 bedrooms, with built-in (up-  boards, verandah, bask and front, weed  ahed, chicken run. $4,400, including two  Uu of 140 x 66, 9(  WOLSELEY AVENUE-Two-storeyfremo  house, 7 rooms, bathroom, kitchen,  woodshed, chicken house, large'ateblc,  cement basement. A snap for cash,  only $2,200. Don't misa this opportunity  RICHTER STREET���Bungalow! 7 rooms,  fully modern, with cement basement,  one sera of choice land, 12 bearing fruit  trees, varieties, 2 Macs, I Ontario, I  Red Astrachan, -2 Jersey Sweet, I Plum,  I Cherry, I Crab, I Crimes Golden. I  Yellow Transparent, I Jonothan, On  terms $5,300.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  H  B. BURTCH   -   Pho  180  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5302  GRANT  CULL APPLES  s.    50c PER SACK  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  MAIN  WAREHOUSE  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2- 68c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden  And have better Vegetables & Flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable'Plants and Bedding Plants and Hards Perennials  Wa shall have om sale shortly a Haa assortment of th* celebrated  PORTLAND ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117  AUCTION SALE  Having been instructed I will sell all the Stock,  Farm Implements and Furniture of  F. H, Gilmour, East Kelowna (K.L.0.)  At I o'clock -harp, on  Tuesday, March 23rd  Ford Car, with 6 good tires  Team Horaea  Jersey Cow, fresh  Two-year-old Jersey, pure bred  Adams Wagon and Box  2 Democrats      Set Heavy Sleighs  McCormick Mower  Deering Rake  Disc Cultivator 2 Plowa  Spring Tooth Harrow  5 ton Fruit Springs       Incubator  3 new Bicycles       Double Harness  Single Harness       Stock Saddle  5 tons Alfalfa, baled  Half ton Potatoea  15 Boxea Apples  Quantity Chicken Wire  Pruning Outfit      3 Cross-cut Saws  10 Barred Rock Pullets  Quantity Lumber and Fence Posts  Logging Chains       Wire Stretcher  Garden Tools Carpenter Tools  3 Pipe Wrenches Tent  60 feet Garden Hoae  Work Bench Wagon Cover  Oak Barmls and Kegs  Quantity empty sacks    '  Forks Shovels Ralces  Hoes Axes, Arc.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  Oak Sideboard  Extension Dining Table and 6 chairs  Roll Top Writing Desk  Parlor Square, 9 x 10 J  Bookcase and Books  Drophead Singer Sewing Machine  Aladdin Lamp       3 Table Lamps  Steel Range Coal Heater  4 Wood Heaters  Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs  2 Iron Beds, complete  Bureaux and Stands  Washer and Wringer  3 dozen Sealers      100 lbs. Beans  Quantity Sealed Fruit  Ice Cream Freexer  Dishes Glassware  All Kitchen Utensils  Winchester Repeating Rifle  Stevens Rifle, 22 calibre  Barrel Vinegar  Many articles not mentioned. .  No reserve aa the ranch ia aold.  TERMS   CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM   ���   Auctioneer


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