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 msrmttsttt  '^Ytx-tytA  ticlattma fUrar  ;'V.'>  fifths  1ST  .���^Jtiucjyrit  LCofarawT  VOL XII.  NO. 11  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1920.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Sons of England  Renew Their Activities  Many Members Were Away on  Overseas Service  Lodge "Orchard Gty" No. 316,  held their annual installation ceremony on January 8th, when the  following officers were installed  by past district deputy Win. Gay,  ot Rutland, assisted by Bro. Jones,  of Kamloops .Lodge: past' president, J. H. Davies ; president. A,  Gibb ; vice-president, H. J.- WaU  dron; chaplain, F. A. Martin; sec.-  treas., H. Preston ; first guide, W.  Foord; second guide, J. V, Ablett;  third guide, W. S. Budden ; fourth  guide, T. Handlin; inner guard, W.  Longley; outer guard, A. Mepham;  auditors, J. V. Ablett, W. Longley;  trustees, M. H. Lee, D. R. Butt.  This lodge had a very hard  struggle to exist during the war, as  out of a membership of 33 about  16 enlisted for active service in  addition to others who left the  district during that time. However, better days are here  again and the membership now  stands at 40.       (  Meetings are held on the second  and fourth Thursdays of each  month in the I.O.O.F. lodge room.  At the last meeting, held on January 22, two notable events were  recorded, namely, the initiation of  eight new members at one time,  including three brothers.  Any Englishman desirous of becoming a member of this society  will be gladly welcomed to help  carry on the good work.  Celebrations at Local  Italian Wedding  The wedding of Camillo Ramponi, son of Louis Ramponi, a  well-known local rancher, to Miss  Emma Ducharme, daughter of  Mrs. J. D. Joyal, of Kelowna, was  the occasion of great celebrations  amongst the local Italian community to-day. The wedding took  place at 9.30 a.m. at the Catholic  church, a large gathering of friends  of both parties being in attendance. Miss Rosa Ducharme attended her sister as bridesmaid,  while Mr. J. Riordi acted as best  man. A wedding breakfast at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Joyal followed, the party being conveyed  in gaily ' decorated automobiles  with horns tooting loudly.  A supper was given in the even,  ing at the Lakeview Hotel, followed by a dance later in the Morri  son Hall.  Great Opportunity for  B.C. Fruit Exports  The opioion was expressed by  Mr, C W, Baxter, fruit commission  er for the Dominion department of  agriculture, who is attending the  Western Canada Fruit Jobbers'  Convention, that the present time  is distinctly British Columbia's op  portunity to establish itself firmly  in the export fruit trade. Prospects  for the industry are very- good all  over Canada, he observed, but par  ticularly so in this province. Thc  exports of apples trom British  Columbia to the United Kingdom  had created a most favourable impression, the boxed products comparing well with any other offered.  Mr. Baxter sounded a note of  warning in connection with packing, pointing out thnt in view.of  the keen competition vigilant care  must be exercised to retain the  high prestige already gained by  last year's shipments.  The fact that heavy frosts damaged a large proportion of the  eastern fruit crop for two seasons  and that the production languished  considerably during the war gives  the western growers a big advantage at present, he added.  Rutland News  (Fiom OUT own miri<r..nnndsntl.  Carveth Wells, the lecturer, came  out Friday evening last and gave  an interesting talk illustrated bv  his famous jungle pictures.  A concert in connection with  the Methodist church is to be held  nest Wednesday. In addition to  a good musical programme, a  sketch entitled "Rooms to Rent" is  to be given by the young people. ���  The U.F.B.C., Rutland, will meet  on Monday, February 2nd, for the  purpose of electing a delegate to  the convention at Victoria. There  will also be a discussion on the  advisability of erecting a community hall and gymnasium, and other  important matters.  The principal of the school announces that the class for beginners  at Rutland will open Tuesday, February 3rd, at 9.30 o'clock. Any  child who will have passed his  sixth birthday by the first of June  will be admitted. The parents of  such children are asked to send  them at this time, so that every  child may have an equal opportunity for advancement.  The R.A.C. held a meeting at the  home of the secretary on Monday  evening last. The meeting was  well attended and considerable  business was disposed of. A committee was chosen to present the  club's plan for a gymnasium and  community building before the next  meeting of the Rutland local,  U.F.B.C. to be held on February  2nd. Arrangements for a dance  and a concert were made, the former to be held or Wednesday  February I Ith and the latter on  Thursday February 19th. Further  particulars of both will be announced later.  The Rutland Athletic Club is  holding a dance in the Rutland  schoolhouse on Wednesday February 11 th, dancing to' commence  at 9 p.m. Admission $ I including  supper. - 11.2  Bad Railway Accident  in Ontario  Fifteen are dead and a score are  injured as the result of a rear-end  collision between two sections of  the Vancouver Express, on the  Canadian Pacifiic Railway, at Cor-  beil, Ont, Sunday. Seven were  killed instantly, and eight more  died enroute to the hospitals. The  first section became!*stalled when  the extreme cold prevented sufficient steam being made' The crew  claimed they placed torpedoes on  the track to halt the second section.  Speeding around a curve, the second section crashed into the stalled  train, telescoping the observation  car and sleeper.  Music is now an official part of  the curriculum of the British Col  umbia department of education.  A prominent Yakima fruit shipper is authority for the statement  that as a result of the early fall  frosts the Yakima peach crop  would not exceed ten per cent, of Katherine MacDonald in "The  normal. I Beauty Market," Friday & Saturday  New May Plant Now  in Working Order  Modern Apparatus is Valuable Addition to Hospital Equipment  The new X-ray plant purchased  by the Kelowna Hospital has now  been installed and is in complete  working order. The purchase of  this modern apparatus marks a  very importer*! advance in the  equipment of the local institution,  and can not but be of immediate  benefit to the whole community.  The plant has been installed from  the proceeds of the recent "drive"  at a cost of less than $2,500, and  is one of the best procurable,  chosen after very careful inquiry  and investigation.  Through the courtesy of Dr.  Campbell and the hospital authorities, we were able a few days ago  to visit the hospital and inspect  the plant, and we were impressed,  as every visitor must be, with the  wonderful completeness and efficiency of the plant.  The apparatus consists of a  "New Universal" X-ray generator,  the very latest development of the  modern Roentgen machine. The  outfit comprises a considerable  amount of complicated electrical  apparatus, auto-transformer, rheostat, rectifier, &c, contained in a  large oak cabinet to which is  attached ' an elaborate control  switchboard, which gives great  flexibility in handling the extremely high pressure current needed  in X-ray work.  The kevstone of the whole system is in the wonderful "Coolidge  Tube" in which the actual rays are  produced. This interesting piece  of apparatus, which is by the way,  perhaps the most expensive single  item in the whole outfit, is a delicate contrivance of glass resembling in some degree a large incandescent lamp, and exhausted  of air to a pressure of' hot more  than a few hundred milliontha of  an atmosphere. In this the powerful electric current is thrown back  and forth between the anode and  cathode in the manner discovered  by Prof. Roentgen some twenty-  five years ago, producing those  penetrating yet invisible X rays  which conatritute the most remarkable discovery ever given to medical science. The tube is held in a  convenient stand which enables it  to he used in any position in connection with a special operating  table.. The rays being exceedingly  actinic, producing an instant impression upon "a photographic  plate, permanent records of any  portion of the anatomy can easily  be taken and developed in the  ordinary way. By means of an  intensifying screen "snap shots" of  the living and moving organs can  be made by instantaneous exposures.  For observations where a photographic record is not necessary, a  fluoroscopic screen and stand is  provided. This screen which is a  very essential part of the X-ray  apparatus, has the convenient property of intercepting the rays after  passing through the body and rendering visible to the eye not only  each detail of the bony framework  or skeleton, with which the earlier  X-ray workers had to be content,  but the actual workings of the vital  organs. The pulsations of the  heart, the inflation and deflation of the lungs, and the operations  of the whole digestive tract are  under plain observation.  The tremendous power this  places in the hands of the surgeon  will be easily realized, the element  of guesswork in diagnosis of dis  ease being almost entirely elimin  ated.  During. recent years electric  science has developed the X-ray  apparatus to such a degree of pei-  fection that it has become absolutely indispensible in almost every  branch of medical work. Marvels  of surgery have been made possible by it during the war, and its  use has marked an advance in  medicine unequalled since the days  when the poor patient had to trust  to the tender mercies of the barber-  surgeon and the apothecary with  his nauseous mixtures.  The local institution ia to be  congratulated upon the installation  of so valuable an addition to its  equipment.  Kelowna Makes Good  Showing at Seed Fair  District Wins Chief  Prizes at  Kamloops Show  Kelowna has again made an excellent showing at the annual Provincial Seed Fair, held last week  at Kamloops, securing the highest  distinctions in the fair in the shape  ot the District Exhibit and the  Individual Grower's Display, as  well as a goodly proportion of the  awards for the different varieties of  seed products. The exhibit was  sent under the personal care of Mr.  F. R. Lawes, of Bankhead, who is  to be congratulated upon the successful outcome of the venture.  The honors thus won are another  indication of the great suitability of  this district for seed growing, which  will, there is no doubt, become an  important industry here 'in the  future. The following is a list of  the awards as received: ���  District Seed Exhibit, Kelowna  st, prize $50; Individual Ranch  Exhibit, 1st prize Bankhead Orchard Co.; fall wheat, 1st J. M. Croft;  hairy vetch, 1st Bankhead; large  white beans, 1st J. M. Croft; Canadian wonder bean, 1st G. A. Bar-  rat; dwarf peas, 1st S. Coxworth;  oniona, I st W- Lansdowne ; North  West Dent corn, 1st Bankhead;  Quebec 28 corn, 1st C. E. Weeks;  garden beet, 2nd Bnnkhead ; large  white beans, 2nd S. Coxworth;  fall wheat, 3rd G. Monford ; spring  wheat, 3rd A. W. Cooke; alfalfa,  3rd Casorso Bros.; mangel. 3rd  Bankhead ; onion, 3rd J. Laidlaw ;  potatoea, 3rd Bankhead.  Barber Shop Destroyed  by Fire  -�� The fire brigade were called out  in the small hours of this morning,  a fire having broken out in the  C.P.R. barber shop, opposite the  wharf. The blaze had got a. firm  hold of the interior of the building  before the brigade were summoned and though promptly extinguished, practically the whole of  the |stock and fixtures were destroyed. The shop had been closed for a few days' owing to the  sickness of the proprietor, R. Hal-  dane, and his assistant, but the fire  in the stove had been kept going  in order to prevent the hot water  apparatus from freezing. It is  thought that the trouble arose in  some way from this stove. Curiously enough although the contents of the shop were almost consumed the fire did not get a real  start on the building itself. Considerable damage was done in the  next door office of the Okanagan  Brokerage, by water. _ The loss is  fairly well covered by insurance.  French to Have Free  Hand in Ireland  . The British Government has  decided to grant Lord French a  free hand to suppress disorders in  Ireland, it is learned As a last  resort, the Government is prepared  to declare martial law throughout  Ireland, if necessary, to break the  reign of terror characterized by  almost daily outbreaks. The first  step in this repressive policy is  seen in the posting of an order  authorizing rewards totalling $700,  000 for information leading to the  arrest and conviction of the per.  sons who have murdered fourteen  policemen in Ireland since Julv.  F. E. Smith, found guilty of attacking Constable Cann in the jail at  Vernon while serving a sentence  for theft, was sent to the penitentiary for five years by His Honor  Judge Swanson.  Edgar Smith, a farmer of Shuswap  Lake, hanged himself in 'Salmon  Arm jail last week. He had been  arrested on a charge of theft and  is said to have been in a demented  condition.  Few Oays Frost Gives  Hockey Players Chance  Local Boys Are Beaten by Team  From Rutland  On Thursday evening last (January 22nd) the K.A.A.C. hockey  team went down to defeat on their  own rink, before the onslaught of  the Rutland Athletic Club puck-  chasers, the score being 5 to I in  favor of the visitors. The fust  period of the game was fairly even,  neither side scoring, but the second  period had hardly begun before a  Rutland player found the net for  goal number one. The Kelowna  team succeeded in scoring shortly  after, evening the score, but before  the period was over Rutland scored again making the score 2���1 in  their favor. The third period came  neat to not being played, the caretaker of ihe rink objecting to the  game continuing, claiming that the  time allowed for playing had been  exceeded. However, after considerable altercation and the passing  ot sundry complimentary remarks  he was prevailed upon to allow  the game to continue. Alas for  the K.A.A.C.I Better had it been  for them if the third period had  remained unplayedl The Rutland  boys proceeded to take the game  into their own hands, scoring three  goals while the Kelowna boys failed to score. A fourth shot entered  the net just as time was called but  was disallowed, the final score  being 5 to I.  Lloyd Day scored the local  team's lone taliy. Heslip, Berard  and Quigley did the scoring for  Rutland, the first two players getting two goals each. The shooting  of Heslip waa a feature of the  game, one goal being scored from  the centre of the ice. Logan, the  R.A.C. goal, played his usual good  game in the net, although he was  not called upon to stop the same  nuinbet of shots as the Kelowna  goal-keeper.  The play was somewhat rough  at times, three R.A.C. and one  Kelowna player residing on the  fence for varying periods during  the game.  The line-up was as follows:���  R.A.C. K.A.A.C.  Logan Goal        Faulkner  Fleming Point       Grady  Heslip        Cover P't     V. DeHart  Wharrv Rover        Mussatto J  Berard Right W.    Mussatto B  Quiglev Centre       Thayer  Dudgeon       Left W.      Day  Referee, C. Fuller.  Laat night the Rutland boys met  a team captained by Whittingham,  and a good game was played on  the jink, resulting in a win for the  Rutland players by 5 to 1.  Fred Neil was a passenger this  morning to the coast.  ���H. Duddev, an aged farm hand,  was killed at the O'Keefe farm,  near Vernon, last Thursday, by a  vicious ram. Some children found  the old fellow on the ground with  the ram still butting him. He waa  rushed to hospital but died in a  few hours.  Southwestern British Columbia  experienced quite an earthquake  last Friday evening, and. two or  three distinct shocks were felt by  the inhabitants of Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster, Nanaimo and some of the smaller towns  near the coast.  The city council at Revelstoke  has agreed to purchase a touring  car for the purpose of showing  tourints the mountain acenery about  that city and especially the big  mountain ride up the face of the  cliff right in front of the station  one of the greatest rides in British  Columbia.  On February 1st the amalgams  tion takes place of the Royal North  West Mounted Police and the  Dominion police under the name  of the Royal Canadian Mounted  Police, and final details in connection with the organization and disposal of the force are now being  worked out by Commissioner Per.  ry, Con'roller MacLean and Hon.  N. W. Rowell.  C.P.R. Plans Big Improvements for B.C.  New Tugs and Barges for the  Okansgan Lake  President E. W. Beany of the  C.P.R,, who is visiting the coast,  gave out some important statements regarding the improvements  to be made by the company in  the province this year. On the  general subject of C.P.R. plans in  British Columbia this year, Mr.  Beatty said:���  "Appropriations for 1920 covering the extension for facilities and  improvements in this province  amount in the aggregate to $3,000-  000. Amongst the items of public  inteiest is the continuation of the  lining of Connaught tunnel, the reduction of grades between North  Bay and Kamloops and the construction of a new round house  and shops and other buildings at  Cranbrook. We are commencing  work 'on permnnentlj filling the  long trestle dock at Kootenay  Landing and coaling plants will  be constructed at Fernie and Yahk.  There will' be extensions to^our  mechanical facilities at Vancouver  Kamloops, Revelstoke and Field.  We are building new tugs and  barges for handling fruit shipments  on the Okanagan and Arrowlakes  and improvements will be made  to our car slip at Okanagan Land-'  ing."  G.W.V.A. Notes  In response to a request from  the Provincial Command as to  what attitude the local branch took  towards entering politics/ it was  almost unanimously decided at a  well-attended meeting on Saturday  last; that this Association ia not in  favor jof._ijke G.W.V.A. entering  politics as an organization. Permission to do so, however, is likely  to be given at the next GW.V.A.  conversion, to be held at Montreal  March 22nd. In view of thia convention steps are being taken to  call a conference of the ten vetei-  an branches in the Okanagan with  a hope of getting united action on  many questions in which we are  specially interested.  The referendum taken on admitting as associate members men  who served in Canada onlv, and  veteians of former wars, resulted  in a majority of 12 for the former  and 54 for the latter. Men who  served in Canada only and who  wish to join, must prove to the  satisfaction of the qualif\ ing committee that it was through no fault  of their own that they did not go  overseas. Associate members are  entitled at present to the social  privileges af the club only.  A meeting of the Kelowna Veterans Building Co., Ltd., was Held  after the regular meeting on Saturday last. - Lt.-Col. Moodie was  elected a director in place of Mr.  J. L. Macready who resigned.  ��� The Women's Auxiliary held a  moat successful dance on Friday  laat at Morrison Hall. Mr. Hugh  Rose wan present with his bagpipes  and played several Scotch reels.  We hope to hear him again. Some  275 were present and with perfect  arrangements everybody had a  good time.  Several of our membera would  be glad to get some Work splitting  or sawing wood and the secretary  will take any orders.   Phone 129,  Mr. J. H. Thompson, Okanagan  Mission, is running a jitney service  between there and Kelowna, and  can bring membera in to our meetings on Saturday nights.  The receiver of the Kelowna  Irrigation Co. is seeking permission  of the courts ta enter into negotiations with the provincial government to dispose of the system.  The Japanese federation of labor  ol Hawaii yesterday called a general strike of the Japanese sugar  plantation workers for Febraury  I at. Twenty-four thousand nen  will be affecthe. 1MB TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  TlwwUy. January 29,192  The Corporation of the City  of   Kelowna  Tenders for Fire Brigade Insurance  Tendera will be received by the under.  signed up to noon on Monday, 2nd Feb-  raary, for insuring the members or the  Kelowna Volunteer Fire Brigade._ The  lowest, or any, tender not necessarily accepted.  For further particulars apply to Mr M.  A. Alsgard, chief, Kelowna Volunteer Fire  Brigade.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna. B.C., City Clerk.  January 21.1, 1920. 10-1  The Corporation of   the City  of   Kelowna  WANTED, a male or female Junior Clerk  for the city office. Apply in own hand,  writing, atating aalary required, to the  undersigned.  WANTED, an Electric Lineman, duties  to commence on 16th February and will  include reading electric light and water  meters. Apply to the undersigned by  latter atating aalary required and en-  cloae copies uf testimonials.  G. H. DUNN.  Kalowna, B.C, City Clerk.  January 21, 1920. 10-1  The   Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  Tendera will be received by the undei-  aigned up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday,  for Scavenging work in the City. Full  particulara may be obtained from the City  Clerk. The lowest or any tender, not  necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  January 21st, 1920. 10-1  -THE-  Veteran Meat Market  Have a fin* diaplayof Local Lamb this  weak and  the quality   in   undeniable.  My special pricea are at follows:  FRIDAY* SATURDAY  Leg Lamb     -        -    35c  Loin Lamb    -        -    30c  Fore quarter Lamb -    25c  Stew Lamb   -        -   20c  Sausages and Tripe a apecialty.  Other meats as usual.  Phone 183  Caah and carry  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS    <  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now  is  the time to have  your Furniture overhauled.  re-covered, or repaired.   I  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Poliahed  Cosey   Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charge* Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co,  KELOJtfNHRECORD  Published every ThuraaUy at Kalowna,  British Colombia  ���IOHN LEATMLET  Editor and Proprietor  Orders for  Local  Scouts  SUBSCRIPTION   RATBH  Jl.flO    psr   -rear:    76o..    six    month-.   United  States 10 cents  eddltionel.  Subacribeni at tbe rernler r��t�� can hava  sitra papers mailed to friends at a distant*  tt  HALF RATE.  I.e.. 75 esnts oer t��u  This  special  privilege    Is   granted   foe    tl  inirtn)Ri>.  of advertisliw tha  eUv  -tad district.  All subscriptions parable la advance  msWm prepared*      Kelowna Troop  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC.. 1:1,  oents oer column Inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER  NOTICES-SO davs. |I>:  60 davs 17.  WATER  NOTICES--*!' lor five Insertions.  LEGAL AIIVERTISING-Flrst insertion. 12  cents per line: each sabeeqoent Insertion. R  cents per  line.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS- l'wo inches  and nnder. SO oents per inch tirst msertion  over two inches 40 cents Der inch first insertion: 20 cents Der inch t-ach subsenuent  insertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -�� cents  per word lirst Insertion. 1 nent per word  each sabgeauent tnsertiots.  Benvoulin  Notes  Miss A. Renwir.lt spent tlie weekend visiting Miss D. Day.  B. Snowden who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. G. Rawlins, lett  a short time ago for Vancouver.  Mr. H. DeMara returned on Saturday from Calgary where he spent  a few weeks.  Mr. F. Munson had tlie misfortune to break his leg and is now in  the hospital.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. will be held at the home  of Mts. A. Hardy on Wednesday  nexl, Febtuaiy 3rd at 3 o'clock, the  roll call word to be "1 will."  The next meeting of the Kelowna Local U.F.B.C. will be held on  Tuesday next, February 3rd. Any  resolutions to be sent to the convention on February 23rd and 24th  must be presented to this meeting  for discussion.  The Benvoulin United Farm  Women and the Kelowna United  Farmers are giving a joint social  at the ranch of Mr. E. A. Day on  I hursday evening, February 12th.  A hearty invitation is extended to  all grown-ups in the community to  come and have a good time. The  ladiea are providing refreshments.  The annual meeting of the Benvoulin Uuited Farm Women was  held at Mrs. DeMara's on Tuesday  lest. The following officers were  elected for thc coming year : president Mrs. E. A. Day, vice-president Mrs. C. E. Burtch, executive  committee Mesd imes Fisher, DeMara and L. Dilworth, secretary,  treasurer Miss D. Day.   o   Reorganize Canadian  Militia  The initial phase of the reorganization of the Canadian militia was  entered laat Thursday by the issuance of an order by the Militia  Department, authorizing the organization of the field and heavy artillery of Canada. Under this order  it ia proposed to organize and  train during the coming year, 30  field batteries and 15 heavy or  siege batteries.  Practically all the militia batteries except thoae that lought through  the war under their militia numbers and designations, are wiped  out in this order and batteries  bearing the numbers of the batteries of the Canadian corps artillery  are substituted. In this way the  newly-organized batteriea will bear  the numbers under which they  fought during the war, except in a  few instances, where batteries  were depot units ard did not set  service. '  Their training camps will be  held in June.  Edited by "Wolf." Jan. 27th, 1920  ORDERS by Command for week  ending February 5th, 1920.  DU TIES: Orderly patrol for week  Wolves ; next for duty, EagleB.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Tuesday, Februaiy 3rd at 7.15  pm and the. bugle band at the  fire hall on Thursday, February  5th al 7.30 p.m. Basketball at the  exhibition building on Friday and  Wednesday as usual.  On Tuesday last the attendance  was exceptionally good, thirty  scouls being present out of a toll  of thirty seven. Of the seven absentees almost all live in the country.  We are glad to see the attendance  so much better of late and feel that  scouts are living up to the motto of  the troop, which is "Troop First,  Self Last." If we always remembered this motto and lived up to  it, we would find no trouble at all  in winning the Lieut.-Governor's  shield.  ���  With regard to the orderly patrol,  we would like to point out that we  print each week in the column the  name of the patrol which is to  carry out orderly duties for the  week. We do this for a reason.  It is so that one patrol each week  is to be responsible for the clean-  ljne8s of the clubroom. You can-  nol expect a room to stay clean if  it is never tidied. In these cold  winter nights it is necessary lo have  a fire for comfort'a sake. It is up  to the orderly patrol to see that this  fire iB lit at least fifteen minutes  before the meeting commences,  and commencing with this week  we would like to see the orderly  patrol take over this duty.  a �����  ���  At the last meeting we discussed  rather fully upon the subject of  basket-ball with the Summerland  Troop. Since then we have again  written Scoutmaster Zimmerman  giving him the earliest date on  which it will be possible for us to  play. In our letter we also mentioned that if our brothers down  the lake would like to include  hockey in their games against us,  we should be onlv too pleased to  have a Summerland hockey team  up here some Saturday morning.  We have not had a reply as yet to  our letter, as Scoutmaster Zimmerman is doubtless taking the matter  up with the troop. We believe we  are safe in saying, however, that  some Saturday in the near future  will see a Summerland team in  town. We hope that our troop  will be able to make a good game  with them. We will take the matter  up at the meeting as soon as we  hear from Summerland.  ���  The scoutmaster is at preaent  out of town on a two weeks' vacation at the coast, and in hit absence all scouts requiring inform-  ation of anv kind will apply to the  troop leader.  ��� s  We would wish scouts lo make  a point of attending basket-ball  practices as we are sadly in need  of training. If a dance happens to  fall on the same night as a practice,  go to the dance later, that's all. We  must have practice if we are to  give Summerland any game at all.  Field Marshal Haig will retire on  February I, after which date the  command of the army will revert  to the army council as in pre-war  times.  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorse-] by  the  beet  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will  be in Kelowna in a (aw weeka  SYNOPSIS OF  OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mininfc rights of the Dominion  n Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one yeara at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by.the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land muat  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of seotlons, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for ahall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnlBh the agent with sworn returns  accounting for t'.ic full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the ooal raining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of 810 an acre.  For full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of tbe  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or nub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. OORY.  Most Beautiful Woman  on Screen at Empress  Because she could not induce  herself to falsely declare her love  for wealthy men, society ca|led her  a "heart breaker."  Because she had too much pride  to quit the fashionable and expensive life which lhe waa leading  and could not afford, society aaid  she did not have a heart.  Because she tried to lave her  reputation, and thoughtlessly walked from her own apartment into  that of the wealthy Captain Kenneth Laird, society'* ecandaloun  tongues wagged unmercifully.  Because she risked ridicule and  determised to pay for the miiery  she had caused and admired, society said she was "crazy.'  Was there ever a girl confronted  with such a situation as (Catherine  MacDonald, aa Amelie Thorndike  n "The Beauty Market," which  will be shown at the Empress  Theatre on Friday and Saturday.  Misa MacDonald's popularity as  the world's most beautiful woman  presages capacity audiencee for  every peiformance of "The Beauty  Market," according to the management of the Empress Theatre.  Buy "Made in Canada" gooda  Professional Cards  BURNE S- ifEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  U. 0. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne  KBLOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, : ���: B. C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR fc BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ing8,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Conaulting doll and Hydraulic  Engineer ���  B.G. Land Suroeijor  Survey, and Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWN A. B.C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Offic* Phone 443 Vwnoni BC  Residence      S\i  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson 8t Mantle Block     .     Kelowna  Phone 327  HERGA AMBLER San."  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164 i Residence 91  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 Teachor  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  s  E  R  V  I  c  E  THE  OIL  SHOP  CALL AROUND   ACCESSORIES  Do you want an accessory which  no-one in town atock* ?  We will gladly look same up  and obtain it (or you.  \Ve carry aim oat everything you  need though. Look our itock over.  s  E  R  V  I  c  E  FREE AIR  DAY & NIGHT  SERVICE  Corner  Lawrence Avenue       J.   W.   B.  BROWNE, Prop.  Pendozi Street  Telephones, '  Day W  Night ��7  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  70c per lb. butter (at  No. 2 - 68c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  SEEDS!    SEEDS]  Buy Canadian Home-Grown Seed this year  Direct (rom Producers  ONION���Yellow Globe Danvers.  Finest quality stoak  CORN���North Western Dent  Our euparb ailaga variety  Write (or our complete  Catalogue and  Price List  o(  FIELD,  ROOT and VEGETABLE SEEDS. Our prices will interest you  UNITED SEED GROWERS, Ltd.  38, MAIN STREET. PENTICTON. B.C.  REMOVAL!  This week Wc are busy mooing to  our new studio, formerly occupied  by Hudson, Stocks & Co. We  shall be pleased to welcome you at  any time.  McEwan,  the Photographer Thursday, January 29,1920  KELOWNA BKC01D  PAGE THREE  Implements and Harness  Fur or Wool Robes & Rugs  Leather Cuffs, Gloves and Mitts  Trunks    Suitcases     Club Bags  We have an excellent range of these goods at all pricea  Cutters and Sleighs ,,,/t.m a ��"��>��. lew  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Read what Her Majesty Queen Mary  thinks of  The Luck of  the Navy  Buckingham Palace,  23rd October, 1918.  Dear Mr. Hutchison:  I showed your lettor to the Queen and Her Majesty waa glad  to hare had the opportunity of speaking to you at the Palace Theatre. The Quean greatly enjoyed tne performance of "The Luck of  the Navy," and thought the play moat interesting and admirably  acted.  Her Majesty is gratified to learn that the proceeds for the  Royal Navy Prisoners of War Fund proved so satisfactory, and ahe  congratulates you and the other artiste on the auceeasful reault of  your efforta.  1 am. Youra very truly.  To Percy Hutchieon, Esq., .   (Signed) EDWARD. WALLINGTON  "The Luck of the Navy" Co. Private Secretary to  Queen'a Theatre, London. H.M, the Queen.  NOTE���The-above letter waa sent to Mr. Hutchison by the  Queen ot England after a "comniancT performance of "The  Luck ot the Navy" had been given by Mr. Hutchison and his  company before Queen Mary and the British Royal Family.  The same identical performance by Mr. Huchison with the  same company that appeared before the Queen will be at���  EMPRiSS THEATRE  FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY  Friday, February  6th  The complete cast and production having been brought over  (rom London for this special Canadian tour.  All scats reserved, 80c to $2.20.   Open 8, curtain 8.30  Seata on aale at Willits & Co.'a atore  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  (Mares and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or at the office of Harvey, Duggan end Davis.  town And country notes  -  Archdeacon Greene is a viaitor to  Vancouver this week.  E. L. Croaa waa a viaitor to the  coast Isst weekend.  Miaa Locke of Vancouver is on  a short viait to hr��r aunt, Mrs. Fumerton.  Mr. and Mrs. B. McDonald went  down to Vancouver Monday for a  few days visit.  J. W. Jones, M.P.P., left Friday  laat tor Victoria to attend the session of the Provincial Legislature.  John F. Guest wss a passenger  Friday last (or Cleveland, Ohio,  where he will pay a short visit.  Mrs. Wilson, who haa been staying with her (ather, Mr. J. Bigger,  left this morning (or Gleishen,  Alta.  The Soldier Settlement Board  has decided to open a diatrict office  at Vernon.  The alternate snowing and raining and thawing which we have  been having for the past week or  two has tested the quality of many  of the roofs in town���and found  them wanting.  Any young man wishing for an  evening's good entertainment and  healthy exercising, is invited to go  down to the exhibition building  any Monday or Thursday night  at 8 o'clock, and play basketball  with the K.A.A.C.  Are you keeping the 13th Jof  February open for the masquerade  ball in aid of the hospital ? There  will be four prizes given, good  music and a good time generally,  as this will likely be the last big  dance before Lent.  The choir of the United Church  are putting on Maunder's cantata,  Penitence, Pardon and Peace next  Sunday evening during the course  of the usual service. The contata  will be under the musical direction  of Mr. Tod Boyd, and the soloists  are Mrs. J. M. Harvey and Mr.  Chas. Gowen.  Frank Tiberi, a local Italian, waa  brought before the magistrate last  Saturday morning, charged with  assaulting a married woman. He  was let out on bail of J100, but on  Monday it was found that he had  forfeited.his bail and disappeared  from the district.  The United Farmers of Kelowna,  Rutland, Ellison, Glenmore, and  Woods Lake are meeting Wednesday next in the Board of Trade  room to form a diatrict central  association. President R. A. Copeland and Mr. Howe of Vernon are  to speak, while Markets Commissioner Grant and Mr. Mutrie of  Vernon will address the meeting  on the subject of "Onion and Potato Grading."  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  fc^WsftC;  Crook's Lenses  for Sensitive Eyes  When sunshine makes seeing  painful you will find great  comfort by wearing a pair of  glasses ground from Sir WiU  liam Crook's patented glass.  The shade is so light that the  vision is little impaired yet  they are most rastful to the  eyes.  J. B. Knowles  Jeweler and Optometrist'    Kelowna  S. Coxworth left Tuesday on a  visit to Kamloops  Jas. Patterson was a passenger  Tuesday for Sesttle, Wash.  E. C. Weddell is a visitor to Vancouver for a couple of weeks.  The quarterly communion service will be observed at the United  Church on Sunday morning next.  Mr. H. D. Riggs returned this  week from Abbotsford, where he  was teaching school. He will stay  in Kelowna for the present.  The Peachland cannery, which  has been taken over by Vancouver  interests, will operate this year.  The new owners are alao installing  an evaporating plant.  A proposition to build a new  cannery in Summerland in which  local capital would be interested is  being considered by a committee  of local business men and fruit  growers.  A K.V.R. train was last week  entrapped in the Coquahalla Pass  for about five days. The train waa,  stopped by a large slide and could  not back down to Hope because  of a washout behind which had  carried away a bridge. The C.P.R.  sent provisions to the imprisoned  passengers and crew, and finally  the train waa able to get back to  Hope.  To look after the great number  of Imperial men now resident in  the Okanagan districts, and to ensure a certain amouut of protection of the interests ot the thousands who are already on their  way, the provincial executive of  the Imperial Veterans Association,  have under consideration the opening of an Okanagan blanch, chiefly  for information and service of  these settlers.  Will Hold Shower to  Aid Hospital  The Women's Institute and  Ladies' Hospital Aid are holding a  shower for the hospital at 4 p.m  on Saturday, February 7th, in the  Institute rooms. Everyone is in.  vited to come and bring a gift for  the hospital and apend a social  hour.  The Aid have bought part of a  stock pattern dinner set, and would  appreciate very much if donors  would bear this in mind. They  require more cups, saucers, deep  soup bowls, vegetable dishes, etc.  This pattern can be obtained at  Trenwith's.  Among the other wants are blue  banded cups and saucers, soup  plates, breakfast and B. & B. plates,  i dozen each knives, forks, dessert  and tea spoons, pepper and salt  sets, small sugars and creams for  trays, bed room slippers for men  and women, baby blankets, dresser  covers 11 yds. x 18 inches, stand  covers lyd. x. 16 inches, electric  light shades in pretty greens or  browns and various other articles  too numerous to mention. Don't  forget the date, February 7th.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  We Repair  Any TIRE or TUBE  that ia repairable  Our guarantee ia good.   Try us.  G.  LANE  A 35-year veteran  O.K. Lumber  Co. Office  Bernard Ave,, Kelowna  This Kind of  Weather  is very hard upon tuotwear. It  is also hard upon the wearer,  too. if he does not see to it that  his feet are well protected. Half  the colds prevalent about this  time come from damp feet Do  not neglect this matter but let  Dark supply you with a good  pair of shoes br rubbers, and in  addition to saving on your shoe  bills you will save doctor's bills.  Chas. Dark  Tka Footwear Wizard  Buy "Msde in Canada" goods.  DELCO  Lighting Plants  We have a plant to fit your job  | K.W. 32 volts, 80 ampere battery  $635  f K.W. 32 volts, 160 ampere battery.... $735  UP  TO  3 K.W. 110 volt, 160 ampere battery, equal to 6 h.p. $2275  Willard Service Station  Batteries for Sale        Battery Repairs  When you buy your new car, if equipped  with Williard, be sure and register here at  once and get the good of the 90 day absolute guarantee. If it is the battery's fault  it will happen within the 90 days.  W. R. THOMSON  i Ave.  Phone 342  Between Pendozi and Ellis Streets  AUCTION SALE  The property of  R. A. TRACEV, North of Green Tea Rooms, Ellis St.  Thursday, Feb. 5th, at 2 p.m.  Fumed oak Extension Table  6 Chairs, fumed oak  2 Wh eh stands, fumed oak  Small Table, fumed oak  Kitchen Cabinet (Hoosier)  Kitchen Cupboard  Steel Range, Gurney-Oxford  Coal Heater  2 Kitchen Tables  3 Kitchen Chairs  3 Rockers  Child's Rocker  Child's High Chair  3 Iron Bedsteads, complete  Steel Couch  Child's Crib  Chest of Drawers  Congoleum Rug, 9 x 12  Congoleum Rug, 9x9  Singer Sewing Machine, new  Pair Portieres  Washer and Wringer  Boiler, new  2 Tubs Clothes Basket  2 Chums Ice cream Freezer  6 dozen Sealers and Fruit  Axes, Chains, Shovels, and so forth  Kitchen Utensils Dishes  Other articles not mentioned  The above furniture ia new and only been in use a short time  TERMS CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM       ��       Auctioneer  Harness and Harness Repairs  That ia our business and   we can give you good service.   Call  and see our new stock   of   Work Harness.    It  is good  value.  Bring Us Your Repairs  Remember a stitch in time saves good money  to the wise farmer.  HORSE BLANKETS. ROBES. WHIPS. AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS  SHOE   REPAIRING.    We have just added a Shoe Repairing Depart.  merit, and will give prompt attention to all work brought in to us.  C. RUTHERFORD  WATER STREET  BEHIND OAK HALL  Manufacturing Jewelers  Do ydu want better Repair Work at lower  prices ?���  Then let us do your Jewelry Repairing,  Diamond Mounting and Engraving.  ESTIMATES   CHEERFULLY  FURNISHED  W. M. PARKER &CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW - -        MANAGER MCHiges  KELOWNX   HECOiD  fttiM Casapaay te  Fifty in KeUwna  Tha firat viait ts Canada al an  all-English company in a London  succaas ia the tour now being made  ef thia country by the famous actor-  manager of London, Percy Hutchison and his Queen's Theatre Company in one of the greatest dramatic  successes produced in London the  past few seasons, "The Luck of the  Navy," wilh tha complete cast and  scenic equipment brought over  from England.  The play was written by Mrs.  Clifford Mills and was originally  produced at the Queen's Theatre,  London, where it ran for almost a  year. Owing to ita great success it  was then transferred in succession  to three different London theatres  ���nd completed a total engagement  ���f two yeara io London.  Tha story ol "The Luck of tht  Navy" ia highly dramatic yet there  is sn abundance of comedy which  serves te relieve the tense dramatic  situations. Th* leading character  is a young commander of a British  submarine and the story concerns  the efforts of German spies to  secure valuable information during  the recent war. "The Luck of the  Navy" it one of the very few war  plays which survived the signing  of the! Armistice, and itt great  popularity ia due to the fact th. t  the war it only an incidental background for a powerrul dramatic  play which ia of absorbing interest  at all times. The London Queen's  Theatre Company to appear in  support ef Mr. Hutchison includes  Mias Muriel Martin-Harvey, Miss  Kate Cerate, Mias Elsie Stranach,  Mr. A. P. Kay*. Mr. C. H. Croker-  Kiiig. Mr. Aubrey Mather, Mr. Patrick Ludlew, Mr. Geoffrey Webb,  Miss Blanch* LeRoy, Mr. Marcel  Rousseau, Miss Elinor Street and  othert.  Manager Simmons announces  the engagement of Mr. Hutchison  and company ia limited to one  night only, Friday February 6th,  T920.  It will take four tont of automobile licence platea to supply the  demand in thit province tor the  year 1920.  Percheron Stallion  Imported Percheron Stallion for  Sale.   Apply  Coldstream Estate Co., Ltd  VERNON, B.C. I III  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  KATHERINE McDONALD  in  'The Beauty Market"  What could be mora appropriate than the world's most beautiful actress in a play ok such a aaaae> Miss MacDonald is the world's most  beautiful actraas, possessing youth, beauty, personality and talent, and she  uses them all to advantage in "The Beauty Market." Don't miss this most  ���Marvellous entertainment that we have managed to book for you.  CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "SHANGHAIED"  Qua of hia bast sail funniest  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee 3.15 p.m., 10c and 25c  MONDAY AND TUESDAY  ����  "Thie Bonded Wife  A Metro special stealing with a superb subject, wilh aa all-star cast.  Also the seventh   episode,   Mystery 13, full of   romance and  adventure.  Evening, 7.30 and 9 Admission 15c and 25c  WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY  Charming  MARY PICKFORD  ' , in  "Captain Kidd Junior*'  Mary Pickford's new picture has bean constructed mostly for laughs.  It is a pleasing and humoroua screen adaptation of a successful stage play  by Rida Johnson Young, and it is tha outcome of an astonishing hunt for  buried treasure. A thousand hearty laughs await you at the Empress, and  there is absolutely no waa earning nnleee you axe prepared for two houra  af continuous laughter, for you cannot possibly leap a straight face and  so* little Meey in thia charming role. Also a Screen Magazine and a real  Uvo comedy.  Evening, i.l5, ONE ahow only. Admiaaion 20c and 55c  ���ffiflMgassBawaa ��� ss���s���~^~t-t-t~^^^mm^t^���^i^^^^t^^-~^.  , .    ...     ,  FRIDAY (On* Night Only)  Percy Hutchison and his entire cast as played in the  Queens Theatre, London, Eng., in  "Luck of the Navy"  on salt tt P. B. Willits St Co.'a Drag 9tore.  411 Seals R.ssrved. Prices SOc lo $2,20.  Don't forget the K. A. A.G'  Second* Annual  Ball  ���   Lctjj  To be held on Wednesday, February 4th, in the  Morrison Hall, dancing" commencing at 9 o'clock  SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE BARRETT ORCHESTRA  REFRESHMENTS  . Come tt have * good time.' Buy a ticket & help the club.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phon.  116 Box 116  Oppo.ite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE  Willow Avenue-4-roomed Cottage  with hall an acre of land, three  chicken houses, wood shed,  summer house, &tc, artesian well  atparagut and thubaib beds,  strawberries, other small fruits.  flower and rose bushes. Price  $2,500.  GLENN AVENUE - House, ten  rooms, steam heated, cement cellar, fully modern, garage, stable,  chicken house, wood shed, one  acre ot land and twenty bearing  fruit trees.   Price $9,700, terms.  We also have a few good buys on  the K.LO. Bench  Full particulars at ihis office  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commia.  sion on the aale of City Property.  Want Ads,  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle At Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE. Black Minorca cockerels, blue  ribbon strain, $3 each. W. Fulliard,  Coronation ave. 8-1 Ip  USED CARS. Ford with starter, $625.  Overland, $600. 1917 McLaughlin Six,  $1,080. All in good running order. On  terms.    M. A. Alsgard,  'i  *****  FOR SALE, Bronze Turkeys for breeding  purposes.   Mrs.  H. W. Raymer.    10-Ip  FOR SALE, Ancona Cockerel imported  from Shepherds. Took first prize at  Kelowna. $5 takes this grand bird. Apply S. M. Gore, Patterson Ave.       9tf  FOR SALE, the Kelowna Steam Laundry,  now doing capacity business. This  would suit one or two returned men and  is worth investigating. Apply to the  proprietor at the laundry, or to the local  real eatate agents. 9tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANING-Work wanted office  and house cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483     Up  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, also one-year-old bay  horse colt, white strip on face, white  feet. Both branded with small D on  left front foot   Reward for information  . of same to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  LOST, Gold Brooch, set with Pearls.  Finder please return to Mra. John Sutherland. 11 p  LOST, on January 21, a Gold Pendant,  with two photographs. Finder please  return to Mrs. Foot, Box 6647 I Ip  LOST, from our wagon, Thursday,1 the  22nd, some clean linen. Finder kindly  notify Kelowna Steam Laundry.       lie  MISCELLANEOUS  BLACKSMITH wanted aoon as  possible.  Apply Casorso Bros., Kelowna,        8-11  NOTICE���Any person found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the properties of the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. The Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4-11  WANTED, Men's Shirts and Collars to  Launder. We are now doing these  ourselves and the work is top notch.  Kelowna Steam Laundry. 9tf  WANTED, applications from single men,  for position of Steward at the Kelowna  Cl-.ib. Applications, stating Qualifications  and salary expected, will be received  up to 15th February by the Secretary,  H. G. M. Wilson, who will give particulars aa to dutiesJtVc. 11-2  WANTED, to purchase, a four or five-  roomed House; Write particulars to  Box H, Record. 1 l-2p  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  AFTER  STOCK  TAKING  We have an accumulation of  Short Ends  and  Oddments  which we  are willing to part  with for very little money.  Assorted lot of Children's, Misses,  and Ladies' Wool Caps,  values to $1.50, for 50c each  Girls' Corded Velveteen Caps,  $1.75 values (or 75c  Chambrette in Art Shades,  regular 65c values (or 50c  Plain and Fancy Crepes,  30 inches wide, at 50c per yard  Boys' Heavy Worsted Hose,  in sizes 8 to 10J, regular $1.25 line (or 95c pair  Boys' Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose,  extra heavy, aires 8 to 10, special at 75c pair  Garbardine Dress Materials,  in shades of Fawn and Grey, regular $1 per yard,  for 79c per yard  Dark Shades of Dress Materials,  suitable (or school dresses, good 75c value, (or  59c per yard  Fancy Plaid Dress Materials,  regular $1.95 value, for $1.49" per yard  Men's Med. Weight Sweater Coats,  in dark grey and brown shades, regular $3.50  for $2.95  Boys' Negligee Shirts,  in a good assortment of patterns, splendid $1.25  values; while they last, 95c each, sizes I2J to 14  J. F. FUMERTON i CO.  THE CASH STORE ���' It P��ya to Pay Cab."  Dry Gooda phone 38 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Moming-9.30 and  11        Afternoon-3 and 5  Thursday, January 29,1920  ��. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Raal Eatate and Insurance  Ph,on. 2S4 Dext dooieto Post Office  HARVEY AVENUE - J...o>e> houae, 6  rooms ud hall, woodshed, stable, ehiek-  en houae, garage. Ono acre of land  with about 30 bearing fruit trees. Price  14,300 on terms te bo Arranged.  PENDOZI STREET - 2.��o..y house, 6  rooma, bath, hot ud cold water, barn  and abed, root cellar. Price J3.S0O.'  One-third cash, balance lo be arranged.  HARVEY ANENUE-Bungalow.} room,  woodahed, stable, lot 50 ��' 120. Prieo  ��2,500. $1,000 caah. balance to be arranged.  CADDER AVENUE-Houee of 7 rooms,  front ud baok yorendah, cellar ud en-  true* ball, clotkee closets Is three bed.'  rooma. Prieo ��3,5QO. IIJW ea*b and  terma to be arranged, or all web S3,0M  CORONATION AVENUE - Cottu*. 4  rooma, pantry ud bath, chicken heuaea  ���nd scratch houae. 91,200. Half cash,  balance to bo arranged,  WOODLAWN-Lot ud incomplete reel,  dene*. t65Q. Term* can be arranged.  Wa alao havo fine building lota ia ear-  ioae parte of tka city.  el  Otoe kmrrm, 9 te t ti.m., tatatdey* * es j  It rj.so.  NOTICE  Kelowna Agricultural and Trades]  Association  The Annual General Meeting af tbe  above Association will be held in tka  Board of Trade Building on Saturday, 31 st/  January, 1920, at 2.30 p.m.  H. C. M. WILSON.  9-11 '      Secietery. \  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH . ���   Phone 180  J. M. CROPT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  islsONHH  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  "   in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  ICE  Prepare lor a long, hot lummer  First-class Ice  (Free from anew)  $2 per load of 1} tons  Loaded on your wagon at tke pond.  Will delirer if required  Bsnkhsad Orchard Co., Ud.  KELOWNA  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St Paul Street    Kelowna

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