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Array kCcSflMS��HS  �����   n,, I )  ^  U lll!l,51"!'11* ( * ) iiyi||in��ii?in  liehmma Utttvb  VOL. X.   NO. 44.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, I9I8.-4 PAGES  Can "Near-leer" tie  There was a meeting of the city  council Monday evening, at which  however there wag little important  business to transact.  The inspector of Indian agencies,  Major Megraw, wrote asking the  city to prohibit the sale to Indians  of "neat-beer." He pointed out  that while the Prohibition Act per  mits the sale of beverages whose  alcoholic content does not exceed  2 per cent, yet the Indian Act ex.  preasly forbids the aale to Indians  of any intoxicating liquor, and two  per cent, had been found to be  ijtoxicating when consumed in  large quantities.  In discussion it was stated that  the Indian* were in the habit of  buying 2 per cent and doping, it  up with other thing*.  Mr*. R. B Kerr wrote drawing  attention to the prevalence of  Russian thistle* in the Abbott street  district.  The chief of police made an  application for an increase of salary which was referred to the  police commissioner* for a recommendation. -  By-law* 246, 247 and 248, raising the rate* on light, water &c,  were finally passed.  Mention was made of the activities of the Wed Kootenay Power  Co., which wa* running an electric  power line through the valley to  the south, and were said to be  contemplating coming up towards  Kelowna. It wa* decided to write  and secure full information regarding thi*.  Formal leave of absence waa  granted to the City Clerk for two  months owing to hit being unwell  and ordered to the coaat by his  doctor.  $ I.SO Par Annum  Rutland News  ��� Mis* Evelyn Torrance has returned to her home in Vancouver greatly improved in health by her  holiday at the Gay Ranch.  Mi** Pullen of Vancouver i*  viiiting the Misses Pennington.  Mr. McDiarmid of Pritchard, B.  C, is visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs.  Gay.  Last Sunday was Harvest Festival at Rutland Methodist Church.  There wa* a large congregation  and the chu.ch waa very handsomely decorated with fruit and  flowers. The music was especially  good, particularly the solos by Miss  Tully ("The Toilers") and Miss  Dalzell ("Open the Temple"). The  choir* contribution to the programme consisted of three excellently  rendered anthems, "Thanks be to  God", "A Little While" and "The  Harvest Time is passing." In the  latter the solos were taken by Mrs.  Mugfoid and Mr. J Hall. The Rev.  T. Griffiths preached a very appropriate sermon ahowing the value*  of some apparently unessential  thing* of life.  City clerk G. H Dunn owing to  a sudden breakdown in health, ha*  been obliged to aeek change and  rest at the coast for a few week*.  Vancouver's Mayor to  Speak Here Tomorrow  Mayor Gale, the energetic  head of the municipal government of Vancouver, hu  undertaken to visit Kelowna  to-morrow (Friday) on his  return from the convention  at Penticton. A meeting ha*  been arranged to take place  in the Methodist church at  8 p.m. Mr. Ireland of the  Provincial Food Board, will  alio (peak.  Mayor Gale i* one of the  most eloquent and forceful  speaker* of the province, and  will deal with aome of the  important questions bearing  upon the future prosperity  of the interior, and our relations with the coaat cities.  Depoiy-Mioister Scott  is Superannuated  Mr. W. E. Scott, for many year*  Deputy Minister of Agriculture for  B.C. ha* happily recovered from  the illness which so nearly proved  fatal. He however find* it impossible to return to his duties with the  department, and will retire to an  open air life on hia own farm. His  position as deputy minister and  perhaps more than that his work  a* superintendent of Farmers Inst,  itutes ha* brought him into close  contact with the people throughout  the whole province, and many will  wish him a speedy return to health  and strength. In a letter address-  to Farmers' Institute* of B. C, Mr.  Scott *ay*:  "On my retirement from the  poaition oi Deputy Minister, of  Agriculture and Superintendent of  Institutes, 1 would like to express  to all Institute member* my sincere  regret that it ha* been necessary for  me to give up my work amongst  the farmers of British Columbia.  My recent severe illness from which  I am glad to aay that 1 am now  quickly recovering, baa made it  necessary for me to give up office  work, and I shall in future lead a  country life and again becqme in  a amall way a producer from the  ��oil.  I have had during the laat nine  years with the Department, the  great satisfaction of seeing our  Farmers' Institute movement rapidly advance and the recent consolidation which haa been effected by  the formation of District Institutes  and the appointment of an advisory Board in connection therewith  should very materially strengthen  and extend thi* important organization of farmers in order that their  mutual interests may be protected  and advanced in the best manner.  May I be allowed to point out  once more that the measure of  (uccess which will be attained by  your Institute will be in proportion  to the extent of loyalty accorded  by members, more especially at  the present time is it necessary  that farmers stand together,". In  the future the extent of national  and individual success will will  depend on organization and the  beit efficiency. Thi* i* the outstanding lesson of this terrible  world war, and we a* farmer* must  remember this if we are to expect  to reap the best results from our  labours.-  I have to sincerely thank Institute  presidents, secretaries, directorates  and members for the many courtesies which I have received when  travelling through the province,  and through departmental correspondence.  My work a* auperintendent haa  been a pleasure to me and whilst  realizing my own shortcoming* I  sincerely hope that I may have  been of some service to Britiah  Columbia farmer*. I shall follow  with the keenest intereot the progress of Inttitute*. Make your  Farmer*'Institute the strong organization in each corrmunity. Do  not allow the formation of any  other organization to weaken your  Inttitute. Each one of you give it  your beat support, and work for  it* success. Support your district  Institute loyally. You have nine  members on your Advisory Board.  By means of this Board your want*  will be laid before your Minister  for his consideration.  In conclusion I would ask you to  be ao good as to convey to your  members my farewell and best  wishes. May your Institute continue to glow and prosper, and be  of service to the farmer* in your  neighborhood.  In unity there is strength. Cooperative effort directed along  sound business lines spells success.  Thoroughness, efficiency and the  adoption of proper farming methods means good crops, paying stock  and successful marketing. The  best of luck to the farmers of British Columbia. They will take a  great part in the development of  our great province at the conclusion  of peace, which we sincerely trust  may not now be long delayed."  Mr. Scott ha* been superannuated with an allowance of $100 per  month. Hi* successor has not yet  been appointed.  Austrian Peace Scheme  Not Welcomed  Pt. Joe Casorso, who it at present here on leave, took a prominent part in latt week's race*, riding  three winner* during th* afternoon.  The Auatro-Hungarian government on Saturday invited all  belligerent government* tu enter  into non-binding discussions at  ���ome neutral meeting place with a  view to bringing about peace. The  Holy See and all neutral nationa  alto will be notified. An official  statement from Vienna, making  the above announcement, has been  received at Amsterdam.  in extending it* invitation to all  belligerent government* to enter  into non-binding discussions at  some neutral meeting place, the  Austro - Hungarian government  states that the object of the conference would be to secure an exchange of views, which would ahow  "whether those pre-requisites exist  which would make the apeedy inauguration of peace negotiation*  appear promising."  The Austrian propoaal suggests  that there will be no interruption of  the war and the discussions would  only go so far as considered by the  participants to offer prospects of  success.  The Daily News is the only morning newspaper not voicing the opinion that Austria'* proposal for a  peace conference is camouflage.  The real reason is that Hindenburg  want* time to reorganize his forces.  the press generally declare*.  There will be no hasty reaponae  to the Austrian peace proposals  according to the best available information the reply will come only  after the most intimate exchange  of opinions between the Entente  and United Statea government*.  Meanwhile c Acial opinion will be  withheld pending this decision,  which diplomats declare to be the  most delicate queation of policy  aince the declaration of the war.  Canneries Send S.O.S.  Call for More Help  Pte. Jack Kincaid  Dies of Wounds  The flag at half-mast oyer the  city office has proclaimed thia week  the death of another Kelowna soldier. Pte. Jack Kincaid. Pte Kincaid- was wounded Aug. 10, and  lingered over a month before passing over to the many heroes who  have gone before. Jack waa well  known in Kelowna, passing much  of his life here. He attended High  school and taught here, waa foremost in the sports and a bright  young fellow generally. He enlisted with a corps from Queens  University, where he attended for  several terms, and saw a good deal  of service having been in France  over a year.  He was wounded previously in  Jan. of the present year, but was  iter able to return to the trenches  passing through much ofthe heavy  fighting this summer.  He was 27 yeart old, the eldest  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kincaid, of  Kelowna. Another son, Graham,  ia now lieutenant on active aervice.  A commission consisting of J. S.  T. Alexander, E. Davis, and L. A.  Roberta, are here thi* w-ek holding meetings under the authority of  the Minister of Landa to enquire  into the financial standing of the  Kelowna Irrigation Co., the condition of its system, and ita ability  to fulfil it* contracts in the supply  of water. . Land owner* from the  Glenmore and Rutland sections of  the company'a system have been  giving evidence in the office of Mr.  Grove*, and further meeting* are  to be held in the country,  Last Sunday evening, taking advantage of the presence in town of  Miss Isolde Menges, a apecial musical aervice was arranged to take  place at St. Michael'* Church following the regular evening aervice.  Miss Menges played two selections,  an "Aria" by Bach, and Chopin's  Nocturne in E Sat." Mr. H. Tod  Boyd at organ selections gave "In  Paradism" (Dubois), "Cantalene"  (Salome), and "Andantino" (Le-  maire). Vocal aoloa were given by  Mrs. England ("O Rest in the  Lord") and Mra. Buck ("One  Sweetly Solemn Thougt"), while  a quartette composed of Mrs. Buck,  Mrs. Grote Stirling, Mr.  A.  Poole,  The long continued spell of fine  warm weather ha* produced such  a glut of ripe tomatoes that the  canneries find themselves, with the  scanty help available, unable to  take care of them anywhere near  faat enough. Unless more help is  forthcoming at once a large por-  ttaa of the crop must go to waste  in the fields.  In the case ofthe Occidental Co.  the peeler* now working can not  keep the plant running to more  than half its capacity. Tomatoes  continued to come in until every  space where a box could be stored  wa* filled, and no empties could  be got to return to the farmer*. In  order to catch up th^ company  haa been obliged to refute any  more deliveriea until Monday. A  day or two ago over 5,000 boxes  of ripe tomatoes were piled in the  ���heds awaiting canning, and not  an empty box could be found.  The Kelowna Packers and the  Western Canners are in nearly as  bad shape, though the latter relieved the situation a good deal by the  introduction of Doukhobors.  Heroic efforts have been made  during the week to supply the deficiency of peelers, many local  housewives, school teacher* and  others putting in a few hour* a day  to help out. The season can not  laat very long now and\t seems a  pity' if any of it is to go to -waste  for want of handa to deal with it.  Note* from the Prairie Fruit  Market* Bulletin  Public School Notes  Edited by Principal Gordon  To continue tbe subject of the  grading of the Public School let  me take each division separately  and discuss it* place in the grading system. If we take the first  division, which by time honored  custom is the ^rinc1par*~e1ats, We  have 26 pupila preparing for the  high achool. They are on the  whole the moat advanced pupila  of the achool. The principal muat  have a clatt that doet not require  too much individual attention, and  a class that can be left occasionally without seriously interfeiing  with ita work.  The second division, taught by  Miss Caldwell, is composed of two  sections: first, the second part of  the. Entrance Class consisting of  15 pupils, and a part of the Junior  Fourth claaaconaisting of 12 pupils  Miss Page who teaches the third  division has the rest of the Junior  Fourth, consisting of 30 pupilt.  Thit completes the Senior Grade.  The Intermediate Grade is also  a two-year course. Miss Hunter  takes the senior sections or the  third and fourth five-month terms  of the Intermediate Grade. Miss  Renwick has part' of the aecond  and third terms, and Mrs. Bowser  has the firat and aecond terms.  The Junior Grade- it a three-  years courae. The first term it the  Receiving term and. the class is  taken by Miss Wood. Miss Bullock haa the first Primer and  second Primer. Miss Davies has  the first Reader and Miss Thomson has the Junior Second or the  first five months of the Second  Reader. Mitt Ritchie taket part  of the Junior Second and the  Senior Second.  Mr. J, G. Reevea, a former resident of Benvoulin, but latterly of  Lougheed, Alta., is at present revisiting friend* in Kelowna.  Mr. W. E. Adams is here thi*  week from Vancouver in connection with the Glenmore irrigation  system.  Summerland'a first silo has just  been erected on the Balcomo  ranch.  Mr. Geo. Weaver, who haa been  established in Kelowna as a piano  tuner, has moved with his family  to Summerland.  Mr. Jack Harria moved during  the paat week into his new house  erected on the corner of Glenn  and Ethel street.  An alarm ot fire uoumled thia  afternoon the cauae being a blaze  and Mr. Hemming, sang "God i* a ��� which had got started in the brush  Spirit." The whole affair wa* very I near Stirling's boat house. No  enjoyable and successful. | great damage wa* done.  Bv Commissioner J. A. Grant, Calgary.  Trade hat been very brisk in  Calgary in wholesale line* and  houaewives are how canning fruit.  The holidays are past, so there is  nothing so important left for them  to do a* filling the larder. The  Food Control Board and the pre**  are doing good educational work  in printing information about canning fruit and vegetable*.  During the week the Britiah  Columbia Fruit Grower*' Association have agreed to co-operate with'  the wholesale trade in drawing  attention canning fruit with the  minimum of augar aad canning  without sugar.  During this week a record has  been set in the fruit moven.ent  from Okanagan Valley and B. C  pointa. The quality is generally  excellent and the- prairie markets  are now in the hand* of B. C.  shippers.  Elberta peaches and prunea from  Waahingtog have cleaned up and  the only competitive fruit offering  ia fall pears.  The trade has been kept busy  distributing and the pessimistic  feeling formerly noticed haa disappeared.  The jobbers are reconciling  themselves to the prevailing high  prirea which after all are low prices  compared with other food values.  This week will see the peak of  the toft or stone fruits pass, and  with it the anxiety connected with  the movement of our tenderest  fruit*. On the whole, growers have  great reason to be satisfied.  Nova Scotia will only have 400,-  000 barrels of apples to sell this  vear, or just half of last year's  output.  The embargo will not be removed on British merketa thi* year.  Quebec Fumuse or Snow Apple*  have been frozen so badly last  winter that replanting will be  necessary.  Eastern Ontario has a medium  V��P.4 tame, apple*  1 here   i*   also  a  fan  Central Ontario.  Western Ontario haa only half a  crop of fall applea and only 35 per  cent, of winter varieties.  Britiah Columbia it reported at  having 10 per cent, leas than last  year, but better in quality and size.  Reports from all points in the  U.S. tell of a smaller apple crop  than laat year except Hood River,  Oregon.  Their crop consists largely of  Spitzenburg and Yellow Newtons.  The prairie jobbers are now  ahowing keen interest in B. C.  offerings.  Four Months Statement  of Patriotic Fund  lair  crop  Sir Chas. H. Topper  "Mystery" Solved  A mistake in the transmission of  a telegram was the cause of the  disappointing fiasco last Thursday  night over the visit of Sir Charles  Hibbert Tupper. Aa received the  telegram read "Thursday afternoon  and evening " no date being given.  Mr. L. E. Taylor, who received  the wire. Wednesday, and others  who took the matter in hand, naturally concluded that the following day was meant, and the meeting was called accordingly. The  Methodist church war filled to  overflowing but no Sir Charles  appeared, and although wires were  sent out ih all directions, no trace  of the lecturer or Mr. Davis the  secretary of the Navy League,  could be found. There was nothing for it but to dismiss the meeting and hope that the mystery  would be cleared up.  A few daya later the whole thing  waa made clear. An error on the  part of a telegraph operator somewhere had rendered the message  "Thursday afternoon and evening"  instead of "Thursday the 19th."  Owing to the mishap the meeting  haa been postponed indefinitely,  though it is likely to take place  some time next month  Two more offenders against the  automobile by-law were up liat  week, Capt. W. R. Barlee and T.  Bulman, both on a charge of speeding.  Both were fined $5 aad coats.  A special attraction at the Kelowna Theatre, on Monday, September 30th. will be Mr. Leslie  Grossmith, famous English society  entertainer.  Kelowna ha* received from the  provincial branch of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund to date $39,226.68,  and ha* subscribed $12,718 82.  The statement of receipts and  disbursements for the period be'  tween May I and August 31,1918,  compare* favourably with the previous balance sheet. The increase  in the amount of subscriptions i*  very largely due to the unsparing  energy and patriotic zeal of the  Ladies' Carnival Committee, and a  hearty vote of thank* to them and  to the city council wa* recorded in  the minute* of the Society at a  recent meeting. The remittances  to headqurrter* during the fiist  eight months of the present year,  amounted to $3,741. In the similar period of 1917 $3,026 was remitted, and in 1916, only $1,903.  The number of beneficiaries has  fallen from 199 at the end of  April to 148 at the end of Auguat.  The average monthly grant per  family is now $21.15 or $6.58 per  capita.  The appeal for new subscriber*  made in June laat, haa been fairly  well responded to. but it would appear that many Kelowna citizen*  are not availing themselves of the  opportunity of helping the families  of those who are fighting their battles abroad. The secretary-treasurer will be pleased to make suitable arrangements for collecting  with anyone desiring to join in thi*  benevolent work.  Following it the liat of subscriptions, donation*, proceeds of entertainment*, &c, received by the  Kelowna branch of the C.P.F. for  the period between May 1st and  August 31st, 1918:���  KELOWNA   CITl  Alsgard, MA   Andison, H  Arbuckle, H W .  Bailey. E R  Bak.ock.AL   N  Ballard. Mr and Mra   Bartholomew, H G    Bases, JR   Benson, W C    Bigger, J A     Binger, G R   Black. Mra AH   Blain, F     Braden, Rev ED   Briabio, 1     Brown, I WB       Brown, LO   Brown, RH   Brown, Miss ZD   Buckland, FM   Burne, J F    Butt, DR  Butler, Mra C A V   Campbell, Miss B M   Campbell, DD    Campbell, J R   Carnival Committee, per Mra.  Knowles         Carney, MiaaC      Caaorao, Broa    Chapman, D           ColleH, Mra H C S         Cooke, AW    Cooper, Mra H M          Cooper, Mias F   Cox, AE   Croae.EL     Culbard, Mra F M      Currell, D   Dalglish. RL -  Dalton, Thee          Davie., CW           DeHart, NE      Denison, R E    Dibb.F   Dick, CE  Dixon, J    Duggan, Aid WC   DuMoulin. P   Dunn, GH   Dykes. R    Edgell, Nurse         ...  Faulkner, CW        Fisher, G A.   Fisher, Mra J T    Flack, Mr and Mra G    Foord, W   Forster, J A     Fowler, E             Fumerton, | F     Fumerton, T     Gaddea, W           Gait. J...    Gibson, RH     ,  Gill, AH...  Glenn, H...    Gordon, M     Gordon. DK           Gordon, James        Gorrie, M G  Graham. EC   Greene, ven. Archdeacon T   .  Greene, Miss M   Groves, F W...    $   I.OO  I2.oo  ..   2.oo  fi.oo  ...   4.O0  Mm* |  .. 10.00  . 4��>  .. 10.00  . 8.00  .. 5.00  .. 12.00  .. *.5o   50  4.00  2 00  .. 9*o  .. 4.00  ..   3.oo  2.00  .. 4.oo  .. I2.00  6.00  .. 4.02  ..    loo  2.oo  l.oo  940.45  .. 2.50  .. I0.oe  .. 2.oo  ..   2.oo  4.00  ..     .75  4.oo  4.oo  .. IO.00  .. 12.50  ..   4.oo  4.oo  30  .. 3.oo  .. 2.oo  .. 8.00  .. 5.50  .. 3.oo  .. 25  .. 4.00  .. 20.oo  .. I2.oo  l.oo  . I.00  .. 4.00  .. 6-00  .. 2.00  ..   2.00  3.00  3.00  5.oo  8.00  .. 4.oo  ..   4.00  3.oo  .. 9.oo  ..   3.oo  6.00  ..   I.00  4.oo  .. IO.00  ... 12.00  . 2.50  . 4.00  .. l.oo  15.00  Miss Armstrong, of Vancouver,  who ha* been visiting Mrs. Ambler  for the past few day*, i* leaving  for the coast to-day.  Two cases were up before the  magistrate thi* week of boys absenting themselves from school.  ���ft f AOE T��0  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday. September 19th, l<  KELOWNH RECORD  raiMikii snaay Thareeiny al  Britiah CarotzbU  Kate ��ins.  JOHN LEATHLET  KeatsaT aad Protiriator  3DB8CB1PT10N   HATEH  fl.SU    osr    seal:   Tie.,   sis    mootka.   Dallas)  States IO aan  All auUcrLrjtioas aavabls la advaaes  Mrsbaorlhars at th. raeuUr trass eaa hev.  astra papeta malUd lo Irisadt at a distatsos  at SALT BATE. La.. TS ants eat raai.  Thi. .racial orrvlW. is treats* loc ths  aarpos. ol eevertisteaT **�� eitv aad distriot.  ADVEBT1SINU  RATES  1.0DUE Nonces. FBoraaaioMAL cabdb.  ETC.. ��6 csnu aat colaaaa laoh osr srssk.  LAND AND TIMBER M1T1CES-S0 dan. H,  SO dars IT.  WATBB NOTICES-IS lor Bra lassrtlnas  LEOAI.  ADTEBTISINO-rirst   laasrtlna.    II  eaela oar lina: saeh sabeaottent lassrtioa. S  osats osr lies.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -t asm.  oar  word    lirst  Insertion.   1   sent osr  word  seoh_ sobesoesol laaartioa.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Two  laches  and aadsr. SO esats psr Inch first iassttlos  ov.r  two inches 40 osnts  per  Ineh first   in-  ssrtioa;   20 oaata nsr inoh saoh aubaaaaaat  iDMrtloo.  All chamfts in contract advartlssmsnte mast  bs in ths hands ol ths printer hr Tucson,  svsninr  to   cnauro   publication   ie   the   asst  The possibility of holding in  Kelowna this year the Mainland  Provincial Seed Fair has already  been hinted at, and it is generally  admitted that such an event here  would be highly desirable. There  are certain corditiona to fulfil before Kelowna could secure the  fair, which is held under the management of the provincial department of agriculture. The first and  most important of these conditions  is that the district must guarantee  a larger number of entries than  any other district competing. Considering the extent to which Kelowna has gone in to the business  of seed raiaing during the pact  couple of vears, this should be  easy. No expense is involved lo  the district as the department takes  entire con rol. The prizes are  good and the range of classes  covers practically all kinds of field  and garden seeds.  The holding of the seed fair  here, besides bringing in a great  manv people from all over the  province, would provide an excellent stimulus for an industr) for  which experts have frequently assured ua, the Kelowna district  is eminently suited.  Quick action, however, is necessary for the fair ia to be held in  November, and lists of entries  must be in the hands of the Chief  Soil and Crop Instructor not Inter  than October 1st. Messrs. L. E.  Taylor and R, L. Dalglish have  undertaken to receive entries,which  will be forwarded when the list is  complete.  All rxhibits muat be grown by  the exhibitor during 1918. No  entry fee is to be charged, and the  department will pay all transport.  ation charges on seed shipped to  the fair.  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and ,  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimate* given for publicBuild  ing��,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting, Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. L.and Surveyor  Surveys and Reports on Ims.tion Work.  Applications for Water License.  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Uie, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,  Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, thareiore aervice  to the Assured  Phone* 81? and ��16  Wl.EN J?INGN   .  Wilson's  FLY PADS  N&    READ   DrFcECTIONS  (^ CAREFULLY AND  ',''       ,      FOLLOW THEM/  ��� \N     EXACTLY/  Far more effective than Sticky Fly  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  Druggist* and Grocers everywhere-  REPORT GF KELOWNA  BRANCH OF C.P.F.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  Hamilton. AW...  Harvey, Miss ��  Harvev, J M   Harvey. W   Haug, W  Hayea, L  Hayman, L  Hemming, T O  ' Hereron, Mias N...  Hicks, HF   Hill. FH   Hill. A E  Huckle, W...  Hunt. J  Hunt, Mrs J      Jaclcson, C H   Jennins, J N  Johnson, Archie...  Jones, J W, MPP  Kelly, L J .  Kerr. R B  �������� PRtPAHXO-      Kelowna Troop  Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by Pioneer. Sept. 17, 1918.  Early in May 1915 the scoutmaster wan in Vancouver on a Sunday  and while there went to the seivice  being held at Chriat Church. The  church was crowded to thr sidewalks ou'side as it was Major Owen  the Rector's farewell service before  proceeding overseas. The scoutmaster was standing in the vestible  and while there was recognized  from his badge aa a brother scout  by a Vancouver scout also standing  there, and who had been making  himself very busy after giving up  his own seat, bringing in chairs and  finding a place for others. He  made himself known by the scout  half salute, and after the service  these two scouts thus brought together had a very interesting chat.  The Vancouver scout was Eric'  Rounsefell, then a member of lhe  12th Troop, Vancouver. Just a  few days ago under his photograph  in the Province, there appeared  the following sad notice :���  'The newa has just been received of the death in action on the  2nd instant of Lieut. Eric de Woll  Rousefeil of the Leinater Regiment,  only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.  Rousefeil. Lieut. Rousefeil was a  native son, being only in his 20th  vear when he paid the supreme  sacrifice. He had received his  military training at the Royal Military College, Kingston, and at tl.e  time of hia death was serving in  France wilh lhe 2nd Royal Irish  Rifles."  One had only to meet this brave  boy to appreciate the sterling quality of his character, and it is from  the ranks of such as he lhat we  ook for our future scout officers to  make our movement expand and  grow and be what it should in the  lives of those whom, it touches  To his bereaved parents, whose  loss we thus share, we off'r our  very sincere sympathy, and wilh  them too we share in the feeling  of pride that a brother Scout ran  his short race so manly and so  Irue.  Someone loet their Tenderfoot  badge at the Fair Grounds, whirh  a little boy, who found it, was good  enough to hand in to the scoutmaster.    Whose was it?  The leaders and seconds are  meeting one evening this week for  a business and reorganization session also to repass their Tenderfoot  Tests, As 85 per cent, is required  to pass we expect to catch some of  them the first attempt. Thev will  re-try their second class tests shortly after.  With seven transfers from the  cubs we shall have to form a new  patrol. t  There is only a little over one  week left to determine the winning  patrol of the Aquatic Shield for  another year.    Who will it be?  We again would like to know  whether there are any, and if any  how many, membera of the troop  who are not taking note of what  we publish in this column. So  every scout who reads this will at  once communicate with the scoutmaster and let him know he has  read it. We ask scouts and their  their parents and friends not to  bring this to the attention of any  acout, and next week we shall  publish the names of the firat one  reporting, and those who have not  or the last one.  " Our position is the most serious in German history," the Cologne Zeitung declares '"We  fight the world with only our own  atrength, our suggestions that we  evacuate Belgium avail us nothing.  EAST  KELOWNA  Carruthers, E M    Coubrough, Mrs    ELLISON  Bulman. Thos  GLENMORE  Aitken, C E  Ferguson, E W  Friend, A  Kerr, C  Lewis, P A  Lewis, F E  Lewis. V E  Macfie, M  Melville, C A  7.oo  Loo  2.oo  4.oo  24.oo  l2.oo  10.00  2.75  4.oo  3.50  Loo  8.oo  9.oo  6,oo  4.oo  4.oo  4.00  3.oo  5.oo  4.oo  12.00  Kelowna lat Troop oi Boy Scouts... 12.50  Kelowna Women's Institute          7.65  Knowles, Aid J B    I5.oo  Knox, DrWJ    20.oo  Langille, E D lO.oo  Leslie, E 50  Lawley, I          50  Lawa. WR     2.oo  Leathley, J        fl.oo  Leckie, 0      I2.oo  Lloyd-Jonea. Aid. W IO.00  Louden, Miss J W ;..,    1.50  Mackenzie, J S         5.oo  Mathie.RCH     4.oo  Mentle, AldWJ     8.00  Maxwell, A M       6.00  McEwan    .���                    2.50  McEwan, Mra W         2.oo  McGorman, Miss F M  2.oo  McKay. G A        B.00  McKenzie, G S      4.00  McTaviah, ND          5.oo  Mearns, Mias                      2.oo  Meikle. G A            8.00  Methodist Sunday-school  9.oo  Millie, Mrs and Miaa.              3.oo  Monford, G                      I5.oo  Morrison, R F                     4.oo  Morrison. T N                       4.00  Moubray, Mrs L A                4.00  Neumeyer, Joe                      4.oo  Okanagan Loan At Investment  Trust Co                         64.oo  Old. S H ...              ...                2.oo  Orchard, H E                   Loo  Packham. C J                   8.50  Parker, WM  2.oo  Pearson. W B  l.oo  Peaae, R A  50.oo  Peaae. WB  2.oo  Proctor, Misa H G              3.oo  Preaton. H                         2.oo  Pryce, D                         8.00  Pughe, Mias B                       2.oo  Qoinn, MrsC                     1.50  Quinn, C                          1.50  Rattenbury, Aid D H  25.oo  Reed. WR                                I2.oo  Reekie, Miaa                         2.oo  Reea. HF                               8.00  Rennie, W H                       4.oo  Renwick, H A                   8.00  Rowcliffe, G      '      I2.00  Rowcliffe. 1    7.50  Royle, FV       8.00  Ruffell, TS       4.oo  Schmidt, A    50  Seon. DrGE       6.00  Simpson, S M            I l.oo  Sinkinson, Mrs L     ���   ...      2.oo  Slater, H        4.oo  Snowaell, H       2.oo  Snowaell, E        4.oo  Stevens. W R      4.oo  Stirling, Grote            I6.00  Stockwell. J C      2.O0  Sutherlend. Mayor D W         8.00  Swainaon, F       2.oo  Swerdfager, H W             3.oo  Taylor. FA..   I2.oo  Taylor, LE     20oo  The McKenzie Co Ltd  ...    4.oo  Thomas, R W      2.oo  Thrueeell, J E   I2.oo  Todd, AG     4.oo  Trench. W R            10.05  Trenwith, J H     i.oo  Trodden, G J        ... ...      6.00  Ven Seymoreier       ......  50  Varney, F       6.00  Verbeke, Rev Father            4.oo  Waldron, H      4.  Weddell, E ....      6.00  Weddell, E C    20..  Willis, HA     2..  Willits, PB          8,00  Wilson, Miss B      I.  Wilson, HGM          4  Wilson, Miss L .... ....    l.oo  Wilson, Miss M ... ....    3  Windsor, Mr le Mrs      8  Woods. T A .... ....    I  Woodd, W C .... .. 12.00  X.X X. ....   4.O0  BENVOULIN  Conlin. J    Peterman. W J  Reid, Mra A    Moubray, GH              1.50  Nrsedhairr, E                                 4.oo  Rush, Mr and Mrs              2.50  Scott, PA            1.25  Silver, JR..                 ...                      1.50  Stanley. C M                     2.oo  Todd.HK                              2.oo  Ward.GW              3.50  Whitham. D                                       ...    2.00  OKANAGAN MISSION  Oakley, Mies EM...  .  IO.00      9*o  Stubbs, Mre M K       l2.oo  ZZ  RUTLAND  Berber, W  Bond. H C.  Browne. Mr. J B   Campbell, Mra J   IO.00       I5.oo  ....   Sao        I.00       2.oo      2.50  Dalziel, Miss A I)   Devies. Mra       ...                 Elliott, S T                  1.20      Loo  I.00  12.50      4.00  ....     12.00      2.00  Fleming Mra W H      2.10  Ford, Mra                 Hardie. Mr and Mra B  Leitheed, W J  Leigh, Mra NL   McDonald, Mrs D   McDonald, Mra W           5.00      2.50      7.00      5.oo        3.50  IO.00  1.50  1.50      2.50   50  Price, Mrs W             20  Renfrew, Mrs G       Russell. Mra C T D      2.5o  Schofield, Mra                  1.25  Sehell. Mra W           Sehell, Mra C                 3.oo       1.30  Wallace. Mra J         White, G        Wilaon, Mra W D   WESTBANK  Last, CI   ...    5.M        .25    12.oo  $2,373.32  " No shooting allowed" is a  sign much in evidence at present.  But as yet there are no means  of doing it quietly.  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  CREAM PRICE  from Aug. 1st, 1918  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 50c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 48c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD]  Printed Butter Wrapper;]  . Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run," can be obtained  at this office at the following prices:  100, $1.50: 200, $2: 500, $3.15:  1000, $450  The Kelowna Record Phone 94  5.oo  2.00  2,oo  lO.oo  5.oo  . . I5.00  l.oo  1.25  l.oo  .50  4.oo  2.oo  1.75  2.50  .50  Don't go to the.  Pork Butchers for  a New Hat!  Many people do thing* equally  ���illy, though, and then grouch  ���t the result. Now take thoet-  ��� they an my -speciality. I hare  handled them ell my life, and  can give a customer the benefit  of experience-not show him out  of the store with a box under  his arm containing a COSTLY  prize packet. . . See the window  DARK, the Shoeman  Quick Repairs, Good Work  Opposite Royal Bask  NOTICE!  To United States Citizens in Canada  By the United States Military Service Convention Regulations,  approved by the Governor-in-Council on 20th August, 1918, Male  Citizens of the United States in Canada, within the ages for the  time being specified by the Laws of the United States prescribing  compulsory military service, except those who have diplomatic exemption, are made subject and liable to Military Service in Canada,  and become entitled to exemption or discharge therefrom, under tha  Canadian Laws and Regulations. The regulations governing this  liability are published in the Canada Gazette (Extra) of 21st Aug.,  1918; copy whereof may be obtained upon application through the  post to the Director of the Military Service Branch of the Department of Justice at Ottawa.  United States Citizens of the description aforesaid who were in  Canada on 80th July, 1918, have sixty days from that date within  whioh to exercise an option to enlist or enroll in the forces of the  United States, or to return to the United States; and those who for  any reason subsequently become liable to Military Servioe in Canada  have thirty daya from the date of tbe accruing of suoh liability  within whioh to exercise the like option. It is stipulated by the  Convention also that certificates of diplomatic exemption may be  granted within the optional periods aforesaid. Every citizen of thc  United States to whom the regulations apply is required to report  to the Registrar under the Military Bervioe Act, 1917, for the province or district within which he is, in the manner by the regulations  prescribed, within ten daya after the expiry of his optional period,  and will be subject to penalties if. without reasonable excuse he fall  ao to report. For the information of those whom it may concern,  Sections 3 and 4 defining the requirements of registration, with  whioh it will be necessary strictly to comply, are set out substantially aa follows:  REQUIREMBNTS  S.    Bvary male cltlsso of ths United States within the ages lor ths Urns  being specified In the laws of the United SUtas prescribing compulsory  military asrvlec, not including those who have diplomatic exemption, within  ten days after- the expiry ot tha time limited by the Convention within which  ths Oovernnisnt of the United States may Issue him a certificate of diplomatic exemption, shall truly report to the Beglstrar by registered post, and  Id writing which Is plainly legible, hia name In full, his occupation and tbs  date of his birth; stating also whether he Is single, married or a widower)  and if the latter, whether he hss a child living, also If married, tha date of  hia marriage; and Btating, moreover hia place of residence and usual post-  office address in Canada; and, if he reside within a city or place where tba  street.! and dwellings are named and numbered, the name and number of his  street and dwelling; or if he reside In another place, the lot and concession  number, section, township, range, and meridian, or other definite description  whereby his place of residence may be located, having regard to the custom  of the locality In which he lives; and if without reasonable excuse ha  neglect or fall to report In the manner and with the particulars aforesaid,  wltbin the time limited as aforesaid, he shall be guilty of an offence, and  shall be liable upon summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding Five  Hundred Dollars, and to imprisonment- for any terra not exceeding six  months, and moreover, he shall incur a penalty of $10.00 for each day after  the time when ur within which he should have registered during which ba  shall continue to be unregistered.  4. Every United States citizen who has diplomatic exemption, although  not otherwise subject to these regulations, shall within ten days after th*  granting of the same truly report to the registrar, In like manner and with  the same particulars as required by the last preceding section; and In addition he shall embody in his report a true and complete statement of ths  particulars of his certificate of diplomatic exemption. Neglect or failure  without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of this section  ahail constitute an offence punishable in tbe manner and by ths penalties  provided In the last preceding section.  Issued by the Department of Justice, Military Servioe Branch.  '      - Thursday. September 19th, 1918  KSMMTrf A R1SC01D  turn  '"^^^^Snphosized  STYLES that will predominate the Fall Season are splendidly represented here.  Models that are new and most correct will be found in a variety that affords  ample scope for individual selection.   We extend a special invitation to all  interested in new millinery to come and view these exhibits.-  Wool Sweater Coats       New Coats for Fall  WE HAVE just received and put in  stock a late delivery of Pure All-wool  Sweater Coats in colors of Green, Rose  Brown, Grey, Purple and other colors  with and without assorted trimmings.  MANY new styles in Coats are now on  display. The latest fashion ideas are  embodied in many attractive models.  The prices, too, are reasonable for  qualities represented.  MAKE   SELECTION   AS   EARLY   AS   POSSIBLE  1/   u^firmo   PHONE 361  KELOWNA  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  ���TAKE NOTICE that we. Washington  Brown and Cecil Edward Clarke, whose  addreaaea are Westbank, B.C., will apply  for a licence to take and uaa one quarter  cub. ft. per see. of water out of We.t  Branch of Smith Creek, which flow, east-  crley and drains into Smith Creek about  one half mils from the mouth of Smith  Creek. The watar will be diverted from  the stream at a point on Eaat aide of Public Road on West line of Lot 10, Register-  ad Plan No. 761. and will be uaed for  Irrigation purpose upon the land described  aa Lot 10, Registered Plan No. 761, Oaoyooa Division. Thi. notice waa posted on  the ground on the 4th day of September,  1918. A copy of this notice and an application purauant thereto and to the "Water  Act, 1914." will bs filed in the office of  the Water Recorder st Vernon. B.C. Objections to the application may be filed  with tha aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya  after the first appearance of thia notice in  a local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice ia Thursday,  September 5th, 1916.  WASHINGTON BROWN and  CECIL E. CLARKE. Applicants.  42.6p  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that Edward G. Quick,  whose addreaa i. Youngetown, Alberta,  wili apply for a licence to take and uae  five acre feet per annum ol water out of  an unnamed spring, which flows westerly  and drains into'the soil in adjoining Iota.  The water will be diverted from tha  ���pring at a point about 75 feet north of  tha S.W. corner of Lot 39, Map 426, and  will be uaed for Irrigation purpose upon  the land described aa Lot 27, Map 426.  Thia notice was posted on the ground  on the 27th day of Augu.t, 1916. A copy  of thi. notice and an application j>ur-  auant thereto and to the " Water Act,  1914," will be filed in the office of tka  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed  with the aaid Water Recorder or with  the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty day. after the first appearance of thi*  notice in a local newapaper. The date of  the firat publication of thi. notice i. August 29th. (916.  EDWARD C. QUICK. Applicant.  41-5 By IRA McCLURE. Agent  IN THE MATTER of the eatate of  Harry John Williams, deceased.  All persons having claima against tha  estate of Harry John William., late of  Kelowna, B.C., who died on the 20th day  of April, 1917, are requested to send the  aame, duly verified, to the undersigned on  or before the 15th day of October, 1918,  after which date the said estate will be  distributed among those entitled thereto,  and no notice will be taken of claima  received after that date.  Dated the 10th day of September, 1916.  R: B.KERR,  of 7 Rowcliffe  Block,  Kalowna.   B.C..  Solicitor for Josephine Leonore Williams,  the Executrix. 43-7  Mr. H. Perrv, representing ih*  Imperial Life, is ia town this weak.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  /  Prof. Boving came in Saturday  on a visit to the district.  E. W. Ling, of Vancouver, was  a visitor in Kelowna over the  week-end.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Pearson, of  Salmon Arm, came down Monday  for a short visit.  Messrs. H. H. Morris and C. V.  Holt, manager and superintendent  of the Bank of Commerce at Van.  couver, were here last week.  Mr. B. L. Friend, of Seattle, arrived yesterday on a visit to the  diatrict.  Anglican service will be held at  Rutland on Sunday afternoon nest  commencing at 3 p.m.  The last dance of the season  will be held in the aquatic pavilion  next Wednesday night, the 25th.  Admission will be charged non-  members. A small orchestra wili  be in attendance.  Prof. Wilfrid Sadler, of the University of B.C., waa in town for a  short time last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Straulger, of En-  derby, were visitors to Kelowna  last week-end.  Sixty-three pounds was the return J. Hubbard, of Woodlawn,  got from his three pounds of seed  potatoes from the Summerland  Station. The potatoes were dug  on  Saturday, dried, and weighed.  Mr. A. W. Belts, of Rossland,  district superintendent of the Masonic Royal Arch Chapter, was in  town last Friday. Accompanying  Mr. Betts by auto, from Rossland  were Messrs. W. K. Ealing, E.  Monison and F. McKenzie.  "The Believers' Privilege in Fellowship and Service" will be the  subject of the Rev. W. A.nold  Bennett in the Baptist church on  Sunday morning. At the evening  aervice his topic will be "A Magnificent Nonconformist."  There will be a progressive five  hundred and bridge drive held in  the Prisoners of War tea room on  Monday, the 30th inst.  Mrs. Graham left Monday for  Princeton where she ia to teach  school.  Pte. Chas. Adams who returned  from the front a couple of months  ago minus a leg, left Monday for  Toronto where he will undergo  further medical treatment.  During the month of August the  Prisoners of War committee collected $26125 and $4.20 waa  brought forward from the previous  month. Of this amout.t $200 has  been paid over to the fund and  the balance retained to pay expenses. The committee desire to  acknowledge a donation of $1  from Mr. j. Ball, alao to thank  those who gave cakes and donations for ice cream for tha dance  on tbe night of tha (air.  Mrs. S. A. Willcock and family  left Friday for Cereal, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Richards  were passeng*ra Friday for Vancouver.  Lieut. Simeon left Monday for  New York on his way to England  Miss Margaret Clarke, who has  been teaching school in Alberta,  came in Tuesday to visit her home  for a few days before returning to  University.  The Rev. W. H. Bates was in.  ducted last week as pastor of St.  Andrew's, Summerland.  Lieut. Clarence Jones, son of  Mr. J. W. Jones. M.P.P., returned  home to Kelowna Monday. It will  be remembered that Lieut. Jones  who had joined the Royal Naval  Air Service in England had a fall  from his machine and was severely injured duiing January of the  present year. His condition was  for some time (a source of great  concern to his parents' and friends  but happily he came through safely and after a long ccnvalesence  haa been enabled to return to his  home.  Doukhobors Are  Helping in Cannery  Kelowna made its first acquaint,  ance with the Doukhobors this,  week, when a party of about seven  ty women came in by Tuesday's  boat to work for the Western Canners, and supply the help for peeling tomatoes which it seemed  impossible to get otherwise. In  order to secure, this assistance, Mr,  Leckie made a personal visit to the  settlement at Brilliant, B.C. and  after some difficulties of transportation, etc., was able to land the  party here They found temporary  lodgement in the Prisoners of War  room, but as soon as possible they  are to take up their abode in the  new bunkhouse erected this year  by the company. The present  occupants are to be moved over  to the Royal Hotel building.  Just how satisfactory'these women will be in the canning business  has yet to be proved, but first impressions are distinctly favorable.  They work steadily without undue  fuss and seem very well conducted.  There was it is true aome little  feeling of prejudice againat them  at first amongst the girls already  working, but as this attitude could  not very well be defended there  has been less talk after the first  day. The objections for the most  part seem to originate in wild yarns  regarding the Douks and their ways.  The Doukhobors admit regretfully  that there are certain fanatical  offsprings from their community  who give, by their actions, ground  for such yarns, but they are repudiated by the main body, who  apparently are peaee loving orderly psipls .  Jerntan Hunt. Ltd.,  Take Larger Store  The new store of Messrs. Jerman  Hunt, Ltd., haa been a busy place  during the paat week Usually a  solemn cathedral silence pervades  an establishment devoted to ladies'  millinery and dry goods ("not while  the customers are in," aome cynic-  male may say I). The sound of the  hammer and saw has made havoc  of the silence, but the result is seen  in the gradual development of a  really handsome store, certainly  one of the best of its kind in the  valley. The total floor space will  be fully double that of the old  atore, and in consequence a larger  stock can be carried and greater  scope given for its effective  display.  The change to a larger atore has  been inevitable for some time, the  growth of the business having been  verv rapid, and the addition of new  departments, particularly that of  ladies' shoes, having resulted in  much overcrowding. The firm has  purchased the new store, (adjoining the old one) outright, its size  snd location making it very suitable for the needs of the business.  A large amount of new shelving,  show cases, tables, etc., are being  constructed, and when all these  preparations are completed, the  store will be well wtrth a visit.  The popularity of the young  English violinist Miss Isolde Menges, in Kelowna is undoubted, and  in none of her several visits here  was she more appreciated than in  her concert of Fridav night last.  Her wonderful skill and artistic  temperament were never more  fully displayed, and she fully deserved all the enthusiastic plaudits  of the audience. She was ably  assisted by her accompanist. Miss  Eileen Beattie. Miss Menges is  leaving shortly for a tour of the  States where ahe is bound to create  a favorable impiession. In the  meantime she haa decided to stay  for a few days of her holiday in  Kelowna, and will probably be  here until the end of the week.  Water Notice  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that I. Ezra Johnson,  whose addras. '< Westbank, B. C, will  apply for a licence to take and uae 10 acre  feet of water out of Weat Fork of Smith  Creek, which flows into Smith Creek and  drain, into O Smith Creek, about one half  mile from Okanagan Lake. The water  will be diverted from the stream at a point  about near the North Weat corner of Lot  23, Registered Plan 761, Osoyoos Division,  Yale District, and will be uaed for Irrigation purpose upon the land described as  Lot 23, Registered Plan No. 761, Oaoyooa  Division. Thia notice waa posted on the  ground on the I Ith day of September, 1918,  A copy of this notice snd an application  pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act,  1914," will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vemon, B. C. Objection, to the application may be filed with  the aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Building., Victoria, B.G, within thirty daya  after the firat appearance of thi. notice in  a local newapaper. The date of the firat  publication of thi. notice ia Sept. 12th.  43-7 EZRA JOHNSON. Applicant.  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that I, David E. Gellatly,  whoa, addreaa it Gellatly, B.C., will apply  for a licence for the atorage of 800 acre  feat of wateroutof Jack Lakea, alao known  aa Fish Lakea, sod comprising two lake,  known as Jack Lake and Gellatly Lake,  which flow Notth-Eaaterly and drain into  South Fork of Power Creek. Tha storage  dama will be located at outlet of lakea.  The capacity of the reservoir to be created  is about 1200 acre feet, and it will flood  about 140 acres of land. The water will  be diverted from the stream at a point at  present point of diversion, and at point  where public road to Peachland crosses  Power Creek, end will be uaed for Irrigation purposes upon the land described aa  District Lot 487. Oaoyooa Division of Yale  Diatrict. The licence applied for ia to  supplement a right to take and use water  aa per Water Record No. 746. It ia ��l��o  proposed to lower the level of Jack I alee  by an open cut, 7 or 8 feet. Thi. notice  waa posted on the ground on the 26th  day of August, 1918. A copy of this notice and an application purauant thereto  and to the "Watar Act, 1914," will be filed  the office of the Water Recorder at  Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the aaid Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.G, within thirty day. after the  firat appearance of thia notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publication of thia notice i. Auguat 29th, 1918,  D. E. GELLATLY,  41-5 Applieut.  Mowers & Rakes  McCormick Mowers, 4��-foot cut  McCormick Mowers, 5-foot cut  Deering Mowers, 4>}-foot cut  Deering Mowers, 5-foot cut  Rakes in 8-foot, 9-foot ud 10-foot lengths  Wa alao carry a good stock of repairs  We have the best assorted stock in town of Valises,  Grips, Trunks, Hand Bags, Club Bags, Straps, &c.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street  AGENTS  Phone 150  APPLES Wanted  FOR EVAPORATING  Highest Cash Prices Paid for all kinds  of Culled Apples or sound Windfalls.  Apples can be delivered in sacks or  boxes which will be emptied and returned without delay.   For particulars  write or phone  The Orchard City Evaporating Company ^j^  Phone 131  B.C.  The KELOWNA THEATRE  TO-NIGHT���Mabel Normand in " Dodging a Million."  Saturday���To be announced.  Tuesday���"The Lion's Claws," and two-act Comedy.  Two Skews, 8 & 9.30.  Admiuioa, 25c & ICc  Stewart Bros/ Nursery  P.O. Box 551  Kelowna, B.C.  lVe are offering for sale the following selected stock,  guaranteed true to name, and which can be inspected  at our nurseries if so desired.   This stock is one year  old on three year old French seedlings:  APPLES  Mcintosh  Delicious  Jonathan  Wealthy  Wagner  Winter Banana  Rome Beauty  Grimes Golden  CRABS  Hyslop  Transcendent  PEARS  Bartlett  Beurre d'f'Anjou  Flemish Beauty  OUR NURSERY IS SITUATED IN GLENMORE  BANK-OF  awuauanb ava us visas  A Joint  Bank Account  A Joint Bank Account  enable* man and wife, or  two members of the tame  family, to have a Savings  Account in common, and  make deposits and withdrawals individually.  D. R. CLARKE, r.  Supt.. British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  Dallas*.,  Hasatw,  Ksiawaa Braaca.  ���WAKCHiS M otuuoSt Distiticr PAOB FOUR  KELOWNA   BJBCOM)  Thursday. September 19th. 1916  Completion of Special  Prize Winners' List  To th* exhibitor winning the Urge... number of prize* in iv. IX., fruits,  goods to the value of $3. Given by Brown  Bro*. 6c Co. Ltd, Vancouver. Banlthend.  To the exhibitor winning the first  priz* in Div. VI., class 4. I set Dunlop  Special Bicycle Covers and Tube*. Given  by th* unlop Tire fie Rubber Coos Co Ltd,  Vancouver. P T Dunn.  To th* exhibitor winning the largest  number of points in iv. XIV., miscellaneous, one 20 lb. sack of Purity Rolled  Oats, given by Western Canada Flour  Mill* Co. Ltd, through their agents the  Kalowna Growers' Exchange. Mrs. R M  Easson.  Largest number of First Prises in  Divs. Xlll. and XVI. Priz*, lady's urn.  brella, given by Gault Bros., Ltd., Van-  ouvcr.   Hazel Williams.  To th* exhibitor winning th* largest  number of First Prizes in Div. VI., farm  produce, one case Purity Rolled Oata,  family size, given by th* Western Canada  Flour Mills Co., Ltd., through their agents  the Kelown* Growers' Exchange. P T  Dunn.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of points in Div. VII., vegetables,  on* 20-lb. sack  of  Purity   Rolled   Oats,  Even by Western Canada Flour Mills Co.,  td., through their agents the Kelowna  Growers'Exchange. Land et Agricultural  Co.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of Points in Div. Vlll., field pro.  duce, one 20.1b. sack of Purity Rolled  Oats, given by Western Canada Flour  Mills Co., Ltd., through their agents the  Kelowna Growers* Exchange. Land fit  Agricultural Co.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of firsts in Div VII, year's sub to  Garden Magazine.   Land fit Agric. Co.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of seconds in Div VII, year's sub  to Garden Magazine. Land fit Agric Co.  * To the exhibitor making the largest  number of entries in Div VII, year's sub  to Garden Magazine.    J M Croft.  To the exhibitor winning the largest  number of firsts in Div X, year's sub to  Garden Magazine.    Mrs S J Wee^s-  To exhibitor winning the largest num.  ber of seconds in Div X, year's sub to  Garden Magazine.   Garden Magazine.  To the exhibitor making largest number  of entries in Div X year's sub. to Garden  Magazine.   Alf Notley.  To ezhibitor winning the largeat number of prizes in Div IV, six fruit trees and  six Souvenir Everbearing Raspberries, given by the B.C. Nurseries Co, Ltd.. Vancouver.    Bankhead Orchard Co.  A wrong entry number caused two errors in the Prize List last week. The prize  for the beat Pedigreed Bul), any age, was  credited to C A MetcaMe, whilst Mt J  Spall was the winner. The same error  occurred with the Grade Cow for Dairy  Purposes, J Spall winning that alao.  The winner of the prize in the Bankers'  Competition, for the best calf, was Frank  Powick.  Following are the results of  last  week's races:  Boys' Pony Race  I, Conlin's Bessie; 2, Weddell's Rex.  14.2 Pony Rao*  I, Victor Bom's .Maud S ; 2. Conlin's  Bessie. 3. Lamblv ��� Col. Denison.  Quarter Mile Open  I. Bowes' Gildaroy ; 2, J Morrison's  .Merry Afaid; 3. Davy's Lord Roseing-  ton.  Half-/Vile Boy Scouts  I. Weddell's Rex  Half Mile Open  I, Morrison's Merry Maid ; 2, Bowes,  Gildaroy; 3, Davy's Lord Roseington.  Five-Eights Mile Open  I, V Borre's Maud S ; 2, Morrison's  Merry Maid , 3, Davy's Lord Rowing -  ton.  Half Mile Stock Horse Race  I, G Simpson's Doctor ; 2, J Bowes'  Prince ; 3, J Bowes' Dexter.  Match Race between Felix Casorso on  Bessie and Victor Borre on Doctor.  Won by the latter.  Boys' Bicycle Race  I, Nelson Marshall; 2, Paddy Crowley  Boya' 100-yard Foot Race  I.Marshall; 2, T Taylor.  Boys' Quarter Mile Foot Race  1. Marshall; 2. Hand.en.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  SYNOPSIS Or COAL MINING  EBGULAT10NB  [WANTED! )  FOR SALE. Jersey Cow. first-class milker. Apply W. L Chapman. Eaat  Kalowna. a  DINING TABLE. |Double Bedstead,  Chair. Stove, Leghorns, Minorca*. Mra  Chick, Willow Avenue. 44-Jp  aualsar slsMe al lira Posrtlajoa la Ms  Saaaaasksawn east Alboria. tka Yulr  .?. tka Northwest tafriharssa. asst  i at tka ProTteea a. Uiitlsk IVIasjIi  t Issaaa sar a tam ol tweulv-oee ve.  asaaal raalal ol tl aa rasas. IS  aaa MM saw wi�� ka bossd ta ��  awsttaestfaa las tks Isaae terns ha raws, tn  mYSTIC JLSK. whS?sWeatf ^  lied lor an aataataa.  Keek ewUeeUon ssast ba acawasamalsd lb. a  k�� as tf sraloa will s. I tl II M tars n.ku  Dolled br an aat araikbls. bat aaa othsr-  iaa. A roraltr shell hs aaid aa tka saer-  kaatakla osteal *! tks sake ad tks rata ol  vs osnts ear tats.  errtf  sarvsrsd t  or EsTS.  mat ewlied to.  mrlraaat Uassssr.  Tha osraoa osart  as aneat with as  a. laU aaaatlts ol atarekesiabls aoal Lead  ad   oar   tha roraltr ���ksraosv.    It the   soar  tains rights an aot.haktt aoarata*. saeh  sterna shall ka leraished at stent aaa. a  asm  The loaas srfll iaaMb tha seal tplaiar ristbta  sssgBsi, siiisaati  Isr tks snl las    al  he sain, at ths rat. el lis aa asm.  lor taB fadorstatlon aaoUoatlca  tads to tke Sssratstsi d tha Da*  .ib-Aaatst ti  TJL  w. ��. coat.  tsars*. Ksttatsr al tha letwio.  (��. a-Cssalhitl.it isHilll. at Ma ad  s��ssa�� will aat la salt hrst*  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmera  who aell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact is alao em-  phasized that all butter  in such packagea must  be of tha full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same *  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and d airy  butter retains iti label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  I00PAP^TC$I.50  200  500  1000  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which haa gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all thit paper was previously manufactured' in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there ia no guarantee against further increase*, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  HOUSE FOR SALE���610 Richter street  north. Four rooms open fireplace, concrete cellar, good garden and outbuildings. Price $1400. Apply A. L. Baldock,  P.O. boa 493. 44tf  tefftmsSStftttttVmmW^lmttWmW  SITUATIONS VACANT  WOMEN, Girl, and Boya wanted at the  Apple Evaporator.   Apply at tha plant,  corner Cawston Avenue and Ellis Street  44tf  WANTED, Ten Men lor concrete work,  job will last till freeze-up. Wages $4.25  per day. Apply F. W. Groves, district  engineer Kelowna, or phone 3404.   44tf  WANTED, Stenographer and Office Aa-  eistant by the City of Kelowna. Applicant, furniah testimonials, state aalary  required, and file application with the  city clerk, Kelowna, B.C., bv Monday,  September 30th. 44  Conservation Column  Every hotel, restaurant, boarding house, or any place where  meals are served must have a  licence to aell meals and alao a  sugar certificate. Only two pounda  of sugar are allowed for ninety  meals and this two pounda must  also do for cooking purposes.  This amount* to about one tea  spoon for each person each meal.  The sugar bowl must not be left  on the table for any meal. Private  houses are to use only one and  one-half pounds per person per  month. Brown sugar is included  in this allowance.  Additional sugar is allowed for  canning purposes, bul in all eating  houses a record of aame must be  kept. The representative of the  Canada Food Board who was here  last week gave instructions that all  regulationa must be rigidly enforced.  a        a  a  A merchant in Riverhurst, Sask.  was recently compelled to close  his store for seven days because  he sold flour without a substitute.  MISCELLANEOUS  LOST, Gold Watch, " Fred Curwen" on  face, and fob. Re ward. Finder return  to Glenn ct Son. 4ltf  WANTED, good milk cow, fresh or fresh,  ening shortly. Apply box P, Kelowna  Record. &-*P  LOST, on I Ith inst, between Abbott St.  and K.L.O.. brown Lunch Ctue, with  Thermos Flask, ��cc. Kindly return to  Mias Moubray or inform Bos 655.   44p  LOST, on Pendozi afreet, a piece of board  (the side of an apple box), with figuring  on it. Finder will be rewarded on return  to Record Office. 44 ���  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all da  of work  Bicycle Repairs  Also repaira to Baby Carriages.  Gremaphones, and    Electrical  Appliances of all kinds.  We have a Very Complete Equipment  for general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  for Brass, Aluminum, Cast Iron  and Steel. Save broken castings  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  A,eat lor "Massey*1 Bicycle.  Abbott Street, corner of  Park Are.  Phone 347  'GRANDVIEW  Okanagan Centre  Summer boarder* received. Airy  roomi. Houae right on lake shore.  Good cooking.   Tennii.  Moderate terma. 31 ti  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering buaineae,  particularly in the Uae ol Cattle,  Farm Implement* and Household  Furniture; and thia experience is  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction aalaa.  Anyone wishing to arrange lor an  Auction Sale should see  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residents at  Kalowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie Block, fa acting aa  ageat in  Kalowna, and will make al  arrangement, for conducting of aalea  Phone 217  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Car for Hire  Gibson's Garage - Phone 232  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Gooda  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf.  Kelowna  BUY YOUR  GAS and OILS  FROM  The  Oil Shop  Tube Vulcanising  a specialty  COAL OIL  GOODYEAR TIRES  AND TUBES  ACCESSORIES  CARS FOR HIRE  ,        Five cars available, with  Expert  ���  Courteous  ���  Drivers  Phone  287  Water St.       Prop.: Rear of  South J. W.B. Browne Oak Hall  FREE AIR  Penticton  Steam Laundry  Laundry will be despatched (rem Kelowna every  Tuesday  Afternoon  returning Saturday  Morning  R.H. BURNS, Agent  At the Club Barber Shop  It Pays to  D  ress  Well!  BOYS, come in. We have that new  Fall Suit for you, the kind that  makes you Feel Well, Look Well ���  that meant you DO WELL. We  have the clothes you need; they will  tickle your eye, and the Price won't  be High.  Nobby Tweed Patterns, in sizea 32 to 35, at $8.50 up  to $15.00. Novelty belted styles, patch pockets,  with flaps to button  Nobby Tweed Patterns, in sizes 25 to 31, at $5.00 up  to $9.75. In Norfolk or pinch back styles, two  and three button  Boys' Hats, Shirts, & Sweaters  Boys' Tweed Hats, in assorted dark patterns, stitched  rim, sateen lined, silk band, serviceable, at $1.50  Boys' Tweed Caps, in assorted checks, sateen lined,  new Fall shapes, prices, $1 and $1.25  Boys' Flannel Shirts, in khaki or grey, collar attached,  roomy, good fitting, price $1.50  Boys' Jersey Sweaters, for early Fall wear, in navy,  tan and white, sizes 22 to 32, all wool, $2.25 up  to $2.85  New Fall Styles in Children's Velveteen and Tweed  Hats. 75c up to $1.50  Splendid Values in Hosiery  Ladies' Royal Rib Hose, close fitting, wear guaranteed,  40c per pair  Ladies' Plain Knit Hose, excellent fini' h, black, tan, or  white, 40c per pair  Children's Ribbed Hose, fleece lined, and guaranteed  stainless, in sizes up to 6}, 65c per pair; Misses'  sizes up to 8,75c pair; Ladies' sizes up to 10, 85c  Penman'a Plain Knit Fashioned Hose, fine combed  cotton fleeced, double sole, price 60c pair  Skirts and Underskirts  Ladies' Navy and Black Serge Skirts, button trimmed,  very serviceable, price $475  Ladies' Corduroy Skirts, at $7.50  Nice assortment of Donegal Tweed Skirts,  Colored Sateen and Linenette Underskirts, at $1.50,  $1.75, and $2.25.   In pleated or double frill style  Ladies' Slipper Bargains  LADIES' FELT SUPPERS, with felt or leather sole,  in Comfy, Juliet, and Boudoir styles, $1.35 up to  $2.75 pair  Ladies' Soft Kid and Suede Bedroom Slippers, with  soft soles, at $1.85 and $1.95 pe pair  Buyoar Groceries  Come in and let us show you our  excellent Teas and Coffees. They  will keep you and your family smiling and happy.  Our Victoria blended Coffee is a product of the Pan-  American countries. Pure, mild, wholesome 45c lb.  Our special blend of Java and Mocha Coffee, specially  blended for choice family trade  50c lb,  Two specials in bulk Teas that are worth trying out  55c and 60c per pound.     Ask for a FREE sample  package with your next grocery order.  J. F. FUMERTON t CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Caah "  Dry Goods phone 56;  Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hoars:  Morning-9.30 and 11       Afternoon-3 and 5

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