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 iUtwrft  .    VOLV.  NO. 40,  \^X KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. 1913.  $1.50 Per AnnumJ*,wH  MEETING OF IE  CITY COUNCIL  WILL PROSECUTE FOR TAMPER-  B.0 WITH WATER METER.  The Mayor and Aldera-so Calder,  CopeUad, Cosens, Sutherland, Taylor  aad Thompson attends). Friday's masting ot the oity, eaunall.  Several Batters oi . agneapondswes  wsrs disposed ot, amongst whioh wa.  an application from Jawoag Lee Yuan  ior permission to move the old Willits  (tore to a lot oa EM Avenue near Abbott street. Aa the proposed location  was within the lire limits, the council  refused the application.  The mayor and city clack were appointed delegates to rsprasent the  oounoil at the convention ot ths Union  ol B. 0. Municipalities to be held in  Vancouver, Sept, 4th.  Tbe oity clerk stated that the waterworks foreman had reported a caae oi  tampering with the' wate,- system, lie  had turned off ths water Irom a> ear-  tain house and later had discovered  that the stop cock had been tampered  with end the water turned on again.  Tha oounoil decided to take steps to  prosecute tbe owner ol tbs house in  question.  Alderman Calder said his attention  had been oalled to the laot that one  of the businsas blocks had been fitted  up with water sprinklers on the roof,  and theae sprinklere bad been in continuous use lor At least a month. The  sprinklers were used to cool the block.  The service waa not metered.  Alderman Calder aaid he had ordered the use of tbe sprinkler discontinued until arrangamsnts had been made  with tbe council for them.  Alderman Sutherland strongly advised that all water servioea be metered at the beginning of next year  ,,. be waa aware ol several caees where  water wae being wasted.  The following accounts were passed  tor payment'  E. W. Psarse, ears oi prisoner . 116.50  K. Taylor, waterworks . , .   . 1.87  W. H. Paisley, work on streets 78.00  Owen Ciregg, work on strsete . 81.26  J. Travis, work on strsete . .   . 37.01  J. Stuart, work on atreeta .    . 43.26  D. Ennis, work on streets . . . 42.25  D. MoPhee, work an streets . . . 81.25  E. Dymook, work oa atreeta 81M  C.. Lamming, sewer work . . . 80.00  J. Outts, sewer work . 1 .   .   . 13.85  B. Taylor, sewer work .... 14.40  Thos. Lawson   Ltd.,   rant oi  room for Polios Dept.    . .   .   15.00  M. Feetherstonhaugh, weat 10  test of lot 10, block 10, map  815 84.80  W. A. Pitcairn, watt 10 test ot    ' '  lota 1   and 3, block 7, map   - ,.   -  M .[ 680.00  0. P. R.,    freight. 19.74  Sewer pay roll for 16 days end  ing July 81      1168.13  P. B. Corby, inspector's fees . . 88.60  D. McMillan, cemetery caretaker . 10.00  M. A. Alsgard, refund of portion ol fee paid for booth In  park during regatta .......   5.00  Jack Hunjford,   poles 256.60  | ! *T���.   I  School Trustees'  The board of school trustees met on  Tuesday last; those present being Messrs. Bigger, Trench, MoKnaria and  Knowles;  Tbe minutes,of tbs previous meeting  having been read, the report of tbe  boiler inspector was considered, it waa  decided that a oopy oi the report  should bs sent to, the architect and  that hia attention be drawn to the  fact that while the boiler, are quoted  as standing a pressure of 64 pounds,  the radiators only bearF a pressure of  10 pounds. '   i     \  The sseretary was instruotsd to advertise locally for tenders for wood  as follows: 25 rioks of pine or fir,  or ootton wood, for tbe trams achool  and 10 risks for ths temporary high'  school in Leon avenue; tenders to be  submitted by Sept. 16th and the wood  (in 20-inoh lengths) to he delivered  Out. let.  In the absence ot Mr. N. D. McTavish lor a tew weeks, Mr. R. Whillis,  wee appointed to fulfil the dutiee of  sseretary.  The following aeoounts were passed,  after which the meeting adjourned:  Provincial Govt 110.00  P. E. Corby 830.00  J. Thomas | U|P  Fall Fair Sports VIII  Take New Form  The committee in oharge of the  sports to be held at the fall fair on  September 23rd and 24th ars planning  to strike a new line in this annual  event, which has hitherto been given  up solsly to horse races which wsrs  nevei satisfactory, owing.to a variety  ol causes, chisfly tbe scarcity ot good  local horses, There will be races this  ysar, of course, but ether things beside. .Indeed il success, attends, ths efforts ol the committee Kelowna will  be treated to ths beet .two-day. sport  sver held in the Okanagan. The affair will take ths oharacter ot a  "round up" and it ia up to ths riders of ths distriot to show what we  oan do here in that line, Kelowna can  boast some oi ths cleverest ridera in  the valley, and ttieir reputation will  bs at staks, as thsre will no doubt  be competitors from other points.  The list of event, will include Pony  race, 14 bands and under, Shetland  pony raoe. Cowboy races, Klootoh  races. Thread and needlu rmts Harness races. Tandem races. Chariot  raoea, Bicycle races, Motor Cycle races,  Tug of war on horseback, Bucking  horse contests, Steer riding, Wild horse  races, Fancy trick ropilitr, rainy riding, Roping contests and other events  too numerous to mention.  -������  Visit of SiumDerland Players  A large crowd greeted the Summer-  land Players at the Opera House on  Saturday evening last, when Mr.  Wm. Sauter and his company  presented "In Honor Bound", a little  society playlet which gave Mr. Sauter  just one of those emotional roles in  which he appears at his very beet.  His portrayal ol Sir George Carlyon,  was exceedingly good, and no was ably  supported by Mrs. Feetherstonehaugh,  as Lady Carlyon, Miss Bsbsr Percy  aa Rose Dalrymple and Mr. Oliver Vi��-  1isrt-as Phillip Graham"     **     "    ���*"  During ths interval between the first  and second parts of the piogram Mr.  Wm. Bentley sang "Tbe Prologue to  Paggliacchi," and Mr. Sauter read  Tennyson's "Lady oil Shallot.," Miss  Phyllis Higgin rendering an effective  pianoforte,  accompaniment.  Mr. and Mra. A. L. Soames and  Mr. Sauter reproduced "Tbe Man In  The Street," a capital little original  sketch of London Uie, Tbe representation of tbe Cockney street musician by  Mr. Soames was decidedly realistic  and all-together the sketch waa probably ths cleverest thing whioh has been  In Kelowna for a long time.  ���*-  Mrs. Watt, oi Viotoria, who has bean  visiting her brother, Mr. R. S. Hall,  returned horns on Weadseday morning.  The fivo-yoar-old son ol Mr. J. B.  Knowles sustained a fractured leg  from falling while playing with a  dog.  -T-  AUTOMOBILES NOT WANTED  Prince Edward Island is ths some  ot a quist contest between the farmers  who are opposed to permitting ths use  of tbe automobile on the island, aad  the wealthier class who wish to uss  them. The government,some time ago  pledged itself not to allow automobil-  lng il ths farmers at their minimi  school meeting so expressed themselves  Ths vote was overwhelmingly against  the auto. Now, however, the auto owners have secured permission to uss  their machines within a limited area  about Charlottstown. They are endeavoring to secure extensions of ths  privilege.  NEW GOLD STRIKE VERY RICH  Dr. Cairnea, Dominion geologist, who  has returned Irom White River and ths  Shushanna district in the Yukon, the  some ol ths latest gold excitement reports that the new strike is undoubtedly very rich. The known area is yet  of neooaaity limited, but gold haa been  found on four creeks. The formation is  good for the deposit oi gold.. Ths  claims extend to the Canadian aids.  AU Cairnea' party staked claima. Dr.  Cairnes approved the customs proposal  to expedite the movement of goods into the Shuahanna district where thay  were greatly needed. He strongly aoV  advised against man going in without  ample supplies,       _. tu  NEW MEAT MARKET  SOON TO BE OPENED  CASORSO BROS'. PINE NEW 8TQBE  WILL BE ONE OP THE BEST  EQUIPPED IN PROVINCE  Tbs hugs new i block being erected by  Msssra. Casorso.Bros., our looal meat  merchants is now approaching its final stages, and it ia expected that the  meat market will be opened ln the  early part ol next month.. Whsn the  store la finished Messrs. Casorso Bros,  will have, without doubt the beat  equipped premises in the interior ol  B. C, outside ol Vancouver, and not  even there w II lie found one loie  modern and up-to-date in its plant  and fittings. A complete^refrigerating  plant, driven by a 25 horse power  gasoline engine, with large ammonia  compressor and network ol pipes covering every part ol the premises has  been put in at great expense. The  firm has also installed an toe-making  plant, with atoregs capacity lor about  a carload of loe. Separate .-tnrsge  chambers, with carefully insulated  walls are provided lor poultry, llrh,  mutton and beet. The store windows  themselves will be perfect refrigerators,  cooled with.brine pipes and lined with  sanitary glazed tiles, The glass counters too, will all lie artificially cooled.  A now feature will be a separate cutting room, cooled to a low temperature, thus avoiding exposing meat, as  much as possible in the front store,  Throughout ths whole plant the ut  moat care is being taken to ensure  Bcrupulous cleanliness .and perfect sanitation.  Provision is alio being mode fur an  extensivo packing department, where  Messrs. Casorso Bros., will cure their  own hams and bacon, and1 manufacture  lord, polonies, and sausages. The  plant for this purpose is ol tho most  modern description, a:.d ia being in  stalled under the supervision of an expert who will afterwards have charge  ol the various manufactures. Attached  to this department is'a smoke honac  and cold atorage chambers. Messrs.  Casorso - claim that by thus manufacturing their own products they will  be able to make a gr at sivin/ on  their coat as compnie! wit'i shipping  in the goods from outside points, lie-  sides having the advanti.e of greater freshness.  Ths opening ceremony is to be mads  a notable event, and thi pul lie are  to be given an opportunity of inspecting every part of the store and it;  elaborate appointments.   nt.   DEATH OP L. A. PALMER  Ths death took plaoe last Thursday  at Kamloops, tt, Mr. L. A. Palmar  superintendent ot the Government Tele  graphs (or this district. Mr. Palmer  haa been in poor health for a long  lime, but has managed to go about  bis duties until recently.  The deceased waa 52 years of age  and although for a number ot yeara  engaged in telephone and telegraphic  work came into the district first ns a  Baptist minister.  Ths funeral, on Saturday waa attended by a large number ol influential people, ths pall bearers jbeing  Judge Swanson, Dr. .1. 8, Hurrla, Dr.  M. G. Archibald, J. M. Benzie, Rev.  W. A. Wyllie and L. T. Shaw.  For one hour, while the! funeral was  taking place all the telegraph otfioes  In tbe distriot were closed. Amongst  the wreaths was one from the staff  of ths Kelowna office.  , (   PUBLIC INVITED TO TOBACCO  HARVEST  The harvesting ol the tobacco crop  by the British North American Tobacco Company, which was commenced  last Monday week is proceeding rapidly, aided by the very favorable weather which we have had lately. It is  just now perhaps at its most interest-  ing stage, and in order to give the  publio an opportunity to see some'  thing ol the proosss, the company  are arranging that tomorrow (Friday)  ths tobacco fields, including those at  Benvoulin, when some thirty acres  were covered in with oheese-oloth, wi  be thrown open for inspection, and an  invitation is given to all interested to  pay them a visit.  Runaway's seem to be tho fashion  during the past.month. This week has  witnessed no jess than three.  Kamloops Drops Out of  Owing to e severe attack ol "Cold  fM" tbs Kamloops' bib II club,  scheduled to play here this afternoon  are not comiug. They have decided,  at this late hour that they will bs  further ahead to for'.'!' I 0 post  ed at the beginning of the season than  to ploy the two remaining games and  take the chance ot finishing st the  bottom of the league.  Kamloops, has for the past three  or four years been looked upon as the  best baseball town in the interior and  in fact in the province with the single exception of Vancouver. They have  always, until this unfortunate incident  been looked upon as "good sports",  but we cannot further consider them  aa sttch, when, with only two games  topljor-to complete the schedule they  have thrown up the spcn7e" and  quit, knowing as they do, that their  action would be a blaok-eye to the  game throughout the league circuit.  It is to be regretted that suoh a  move has been taken, aa this may  retard the formation ot the league another year, however we trust that  aome now "sporting" blood will be  gathered together and thut next sea-  aon they will oome baok, and "stick"  and regain the1 fame they have enjoyed  ao long and have in so unsportsmanlike a manner thrown away.  SCOUTS  CAMP AT OYAMA  Rev. C. Campbell Brown will speak  in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning. Mr. Brown has resided  In China for 20 yeara and ia the author of a number of widely read  booka on Chinese subjects.  Owing to tho great interest being  taken in baseball the looal hardware  men are now out after their portion  of the honors that ars flying about  and have arranged a game with the  looal grocers. Ths date for the game  has not yet been arranged but will  ba forthcoming in the near future.  KeleVrna is surely becoming a baas-  ball town. Games ars coming so thick  and fast that it is difficult to keep  track of them all. Last evening ths  Manhattan Beach boys crossed bats  with a party of Englishmen at ths  oity park. The result w.s rorne very  exciting end comical features. A fair  orowd witnessed tho contest which ended 13 to 4 in lavor of ths Manhattan  The Kelowna Study Club will mset  on Thursday evening, Sept. 4th at 8  o'clock, at the home of Mrs. George  Robison, Glenn Avenue. Thsre vill be  election ot officers and the subject for  atudy during the year, decided upon.  The olub had a very enjoyable and  profitable year laat year, the subjeot  lor study, being "Canadian Literature"  All members ars requested to be present at this mseting, and all ladies  who desire to become members will  be welcome.  Benvoulin Notes  (Ftom our own Oorr.apoQd.at.)  The orops are looking up around  Benvoulin. For instance Mr. Weeks is  trotting in.cucumbers by the hundreds  ol dosens and a tew more warm days  will set the tomatoes rolling.  Miss A. Hunter is the t actor in our  school this senson.  Quite a number of our young folks  are going sway and among them Miss  Margaret. Reid, for whom a farewell  surprise party was given at the home  of her '.father, where a vory enjoyable  evening waa spent and ended with  "For She's a dolly Good Fellow."  Ths following Monday evening another farewell party was given to Miss  Mary Day and ths MiBs Henwioks at  ths home of Mr. A. Day, where the  light fantastic was tripped till two  or three o'clock in the morning.  Mrs. P. O'Brien .has arrived In Benvoulin again from a prolonged visit  lo her old home.  The Bethel church choir welcomes  their new member, Miss Beryl' Grummett.  A very enjoyable picnio was held at  the polo grounds on Thursday last  in honor of the birthdays of Mr. 'and  Mrs. Alex dtoid. and though the day  was nona too warm the revellers kept  their temperatures up with games ate.  LOCAL   TROOP   TAKE   PART   IN  ENJOYABLE MEET DURING  THE PAST WEEK  The July issue of the Headquarters  Gasette of, the Boy Scouts Association  states that it should be the aim ot  every Scoutmaster to get his troop  into oamp during the summer months,  whether it be a series of week-end  camps, an itinerant party, caravan or  any other form, adding that the benefit to be derived therefrom is worth  ail the rest ol the year's training owing to the opportunity of putting the  'knowledge gained to a practical use,  'A valuable opportunity was given to  | the Kelowna troop of spending ,a- profitable week in oamp from August lath  to 23rd, when about a hundred boys  Irom Vernon, Armstrong, Ends; ly,  Lumby and Kelowna assembled ul  point on Kulainalka Lake about  mile from Oyama post office. Tbe journey to camp, made by way ol Vernon  | was ol the most chilling description,  owing to the cold and wet weather  'augmented by a storm whioh made  j tbe passage ol Long Lake by scow  too dangerous a proceeding, and the  party were forced to put in for shelter. It waa a hungry orowd, therefore  which, on arrival at the camp site,  hod to turn in and pitch eighteen bell  tents and receive a supply of bedding  lor the night. However under the able  supervision of Sergt.-Major Sparks the  whole assembly wsrs housed in lees  .than half an hour. The spirit of competition at once asserted itself and the  friendly rivalry between troops was  largely responsible for the officiant  way in which ths camp details wer.  carried out.  The oamp was essentially for cadets  but Scouts were admitted by special  arrangement. The expenses were borne  mainly by tho Dominion government,  with a view to enroura^ing the cadet  system of training, it was therefore  with much satisfaction that the Kelowna troop hailed ths possibility oi  attending a well organised oamp with  out ths attendant depletion bt ths  troop funds.  Ths daily routine wae nlmirnbiy m-  ranged in auch a way as lo cause  no undue fatigue to the boys while  the accommodation was excellent, ths  tents being in first olass order,  ample supply oi blankets and no over  crowding in the tents. The way in  which all set to work to sreot mess  tent, tables, forms, cook houses etc.,  was splendid, ths result being that  meals were taken in comfort. The  combined efforts ol ths quartermaster  and three oooks ensured a plentiful  aupply ol good food, well cooked and  in surprising variety. No cases of siok-  ness weie reported but a few minor  accidents brought out the utility of  ambulance work, aa studied by the  boy scouts, wounds, severe nose-bleeding and other minor ailments being  skilfully attended to by the Kelowna  contingent who were looked upon as  the "handy-men" of the camp. Many  opportunities wars afforded of doing  "good turns", and the local troop  earned tbe praiss ol all present for  their willingness to undertake whatever latigue duty might arias whether  called upon or not. The mornings  wsrs chiefly devoted to two drills oi  exercises ol one hour eaoh, while bathing parade occupied the latter part of  each afternoon. In this a picket was  appointed to be an duty for the purpose ot watching lor uny possible accidents and Kelowna agaiu Idled the  bill with four of the strjngoat swimmers in the troop who remained on  duty until every other bather was out  of ths water and then bathed togoth-  The only cycles in camp were  from Kelowna and wore requisitioned  for erranbs, etc. Tne excollent discipline whioh prevailed in camp wae due  partly to the fact that on the tirst  day an example was made ol two rail  oreent seniors who, alter disporting  themaelvee in the company's boat without leave were promptly dismissed from  camp. In accordance with a desire  of many of the boys Friday morning  waa devoted ��� to tho interests of  "field day" a brief tactical exercise being prepared for the defenoe of the  camp against a hostilo foroe; although  the oamp was successfully held the at  tackers were understood to have won  on points for tho way they manoeuvred their forces over very difficult  I ground.     A good program of   sports  Bad Auto. Accident  Near SummeiiaDd  Ths lower turn on the Switchback  road north of Peach Orchard wae the  scene ol an auto accident at 5.30 on  Wednesday afternoon last that very  nearly resulted fatally.  Dr. D. Ferguson Bustecd ol Kamloops, in company with his mother,  Mrs. Busteed, wile of C.I'.ll. Engineer  F, F. Busteed, now in charge of the  double tracking of ths B, C. division  ol the CP.lt., and formerly general  manager at Vancouver, also his sister  and brother Frank, who are touring  the Okanagau, were coming in from  the north and while it ia claimed that  the cor was going slowly i i mvking  the right about turn at that point  the car skidded, toppled over and  rolled down the bank.  A. Ponder and A. Vickery, two men  living near, heard the crash and hurriedly 'phoned Dr. Andrew before going to aid the injured. Mr. and Mrs.  MoLachlan, living in thc Hogg cottage, also hurried to givo assistance.  As speedily as possible the victim,  were extricated from the wreck and  medical assistance given. Others to  hurry to the scene were Constable Gra-  Aam and Supt. Mitchell, the latter  kindly volunteering to take them to  the hospital in bis automobile.  It was found that Mrs. Busteed had  suffered a broken collar bone, besides  being badly Bhaken up. Dr. Busteed  had his hand badly torn and bruised  beside a scalp and loot wound.  A number ol stitches had to betaken in tho hand which required nearly  an hour to dress. The younger brother, Frank, suffered a badly crushed  foot, while Miss Busteed, who was  driving the oar, escaped with little  injury and a general shaking up.  Mr. F. F. Busteed, lather of Dr.  Busteed was telegraphed for and arrived on Thursday night.  The oor wus r. id pulled onto  the road. Thursday morning and was  found not so seriously damaged as  expected. The front axle was sprung,  the top torn and other minor dam-  ago done. It was sufficiently repaired  on the spot to bring in under its own  power and taken down to the wharf  for shipment out.  Both Mrs. Buatcod and tho boy are  doing well at the hospital, and all  will return, home, perhaps tomorrow.  The accident i. the worst that has  yet occurred at that point and emphasizes the necessity of sign boards  advising drivers to go very slowly at  these sharp turns.���Sumiiuilu..,' ..e-  view.   ���       ���     .  PRINCE ARTHUR TO  BE GOVERNOR GENERAL  The Daily Graphic claims to be in a  position to state that Prince Arthur  of Connaught will succeed his father  the duke, aa govcrnor.general of Canada and that the duke will formally  hand over the offieo and introduce him  to the head of the commission executive before returning.  Mr. Alec MoQuarrie leaves for Vanoouver on business Saturday morning.  He will be absent from the oity for  a couple ol weeks.  Mr. A. Reeves, druggist ol Enderby  motored down to spend Thursday afternoon in the oity.  a large number ol excellent prizes were  awarded. In this ths honors .vent to  the Enderby troop; and the day concluded with a much appreciated oamp  fire.  At 5 a.m.,on Saturday the work ol  striking tents began and at a given  signal every tent disappeared aa quickly as it had been put up. The marquee waa lowered and stowed away,  and by nine a.m., hardly a trace of  the oamp remained.  Ths gratitude ol all was expressed to  thoss who wore responsible ior the  conduct of the oamp and thc party  broke up with a feeling of intense  satisfaction at having spent a most,  profitable week;  It was gratifying to hear the resolutions, made by many members of progress to be accomplished before next  year's camp, and the results at laat'  week's exporionoo will be shown in duo  course.  Ths camp was ably handled by Col.  Bott, assisted by Capt. Nangle, Lieut.  Finch, Scoutmaster Sparks and Sergt.  Holland, while Dr. Morris of Vernon  acted as medical offiesr, The rooking  arrangement a    were   must    i.oc    fu  carried    out by    Mrs. Stanton, Mrs.  [was arranged for Friday afternoon and 'King and Miss Russell oi Vemon. KELOWNA RECORD  **    ��*    **   *���*   #tr   ##   **   #*   IH.    ##   * *   #*  ** ##  **    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  **       BUSINESS CARDS      **  *# ��*  **   *��   **   *��   #*   **   **   ft*   ft*   fttt  *#   **  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors, �����  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister \  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.       /  KELOWNA. :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  HeweUon Block, Kelowna   -    'Phone 206  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S..  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,   .  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIAMCfCRTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal College   of   Munic,   nn<l lately  w.tli Kendrick Pyni., Mui. Doc, prgan.il of lhe  Cathedral, Man cheater, Eng.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  Al tlie Studio, Tiencl.  Blorlc, Kelownn.  Muiic   of  every   description   supplied.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  PENT1ST  P, ii ilex me Thou,. 0a  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN  und ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational  or   otherwise  STUDIO  ���MorriiOii-Tliompaon Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR t, BUI1J)ER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatee given for publicBuild-  irigs.l own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, X.c.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.H.C.O.  ! \ i <��������� iiiti- nl lli�� Royal College of Organiiti, Lond.)  Gives lessons in tlie  above  subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ���Ucceix-.i  at local  examinations (Tiinily  College, London)  15   years' successful   teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Ur.ivera.ty)  Residence :   GLENN  AVENUE  Messages  may  be   left  at   the  office  of  Messrs, Rattenbury cc Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.H. (London)  teactiei correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINUING  Dox 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Oocr Roijul Banh   ���   i<uloiona, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant < f power  mixers ami alt appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in wliich I have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Woolisley Av.  Richter Street  IPHONE.-.304  Clement 6. Rina' office,  Block  Raymer  ....PHONE.104  KELOJH/.NH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  $1.1.1.    per ysar;    75c, six    months      United  tii.att.fi 50 cents additional.  All BubBcriptioni. payable in advanoo.  Subscribers at tbe reuulur rate cuii have  extra Doner, mailed tu friends at a dintuncu  at IIALF RATE, i.e.. 75 cents per vear.  This special privilege is granted 'or the  purpoie of advertising the citv  and district.  Advertising Rates:  LODUK NOTICES, PBOFBSSlONAL CARDS,  ETC., 26 Dents per column inch  per week.  LAND AND TlsUlEl. NOTIUKS-SQ days. $5;  t'.u days, $7.  WAlia.  NOTICES-*!)  fur live innertioim.  LEGAL ADVEHTmiNQ-Kirit    insertion.    12  cents per line; each  tnil.i,H|in'i)t insertion,  8  cents per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERT1SEMENTS-2 cunts per  word first insertion,   1  cent per word in  subsequent insertion.  display   advertisements-Two   inohi ���  and under, 50 oents per inch first Insertion)  ovsr two inches 40 cents per inoh first insertion; 20 centB per int'h each subMtlUflQt  InMrtion.  All chanites ln contract lulwriineiiKntt. must  be in the hands of the printer bv Tuesday  uvenint;    to    enaiire   publication   in   the     nt'Xt  Yesterday Wat tho day fixed for thu  voting on tho two now money by-laws  for raising money (or se.vor.ige and  lohoola. Tho first was by-law No.  137 to raise $12,000 and No. 138 to  raise $9,000 to meet the discount on  sewerage and Bohool debentures due  to tbe Unexpected fall In the market  value of bonds. Tho oounoil hus adopted this method of making good the  deficiency in preference to taking tlie  money from current revenue, which  would havo meant n big increase in  the rate of taxation for the year with  the result that tax payors this year  wotdd have beeo saddled with a con  H.dernlile     proportion  ol   tlie co-it      of  what,is provided for tho benefit ofthe  citizens generally for years to   come.  The result of the voting shows that  this view <>> (he situation was appro  eiated by the electors. There Were 53  votes cast in all, in the case of by-law  137, 10 of these were in favor, with  J against and .! spoiled. The voting  for by-law ]3H was almost unanimous  .">.. being for and 1  against.  As a result of the vote tho counoU  will be enabled to fix the rate at  about IS mills, a less rate than last  year.  Although tho depressed condition of  the money market has been l*Ai iu  Kelowna, as iu almost every othor  place in the country and especially in  the smaller Iowuh and cities of the  west, the policy of economy pursued  by tho council in cutting down every  poftHtble expenditure will enable thorn  to avoid the awkward financial) predicaments whioh many other towns  are having to face, it is unfortunate  but never the Ivss it is true, thnt money  is too dear at the present line tu go  very extensively into public improvements, and the council have shown  prudence and business b nse in thus  holding their hands.  In spite of all this, howe.er,  through the saving in t.t.ic r departments, tho board of works will, before  the end of the year, have been enabled to appropriate some $7,500 for  street work, which is one thing which  cannot wait   nlltogethor.  Many causes contributed lo the formation and consolidation of tho great  nations of the past. War, ouimm.ro..,  immigration, law, literature nnd religion have all had their part, more or  less prominently. I'.ach empire has hail  its period of growth, its vonilh 0.  power nnd its age of decline. All were  doomed from the first to ultimate foil-  Ure for tho UOlt powerful of all factors had been lacking in their growth  and development, That factor is the  feeling of national unity combined with  pride of raoo,  It is Ihis sentiment in the .'Irilish  people, and their overseas- descend tuts  to the iTiird and fourth gen��� rations,  thai hoids the great empiro together.  Rut these feelings beoomo weakened  with lack of intercourse. The feeling  of oneness gives place to the feeling of  distinction and separation as time  progresses. Hence it is lhat anything tending lo increase the sentimental Interest of the different parts of  the empire in rau*h other tends also  to increase tlie fooling of unity in its  widely  separated parts.  The recognition of this fact has Jod  lo the various conferences of tho lenders of the governments or greater Britain held in London within tho last  decade or tWO. At these conferences  Matter! of empire importance aro discussed and although the conferences  without legislative power, they have  already done much to stimulato tho  interest of the different Dominions in  ono another.  The latest active recognition of the  unity idea takes the shape of a proposal omanating from Karl Gray, former governor general of Canada that  all the great Dominions of the empire  shall   combine to    erect, buildings for  thoir London offices on one site. The  proposed' buildingB Bhall be known as  "The Dominion House." The site selected consists ol two and one-half  acres between Aldwych CreBcent and  the Strand, perhaps the mo3t cvntral  part of Loudon. The government of  Australia has already begun on one  corner of this, site the erection of the  Commonwealth building, the corner  stone of which was recently luid by  tho King with fitting ceremony.  The proposed location of the new  Dominion House has historic surrounding... In the immediate vicinity  are the House ot Parliament, the Law  Courts and St. .Paul's Cathedral, each  with its record of accomplishment in  carrying out the ideals of a great peo  pie. The now Dominion House will alt-  no stand as the embodyment of the  great idea of world-wide empire sufficient to fill the imagination And inspire the minds of the dwellers in the  dominions beyond the seas with tho  importance of ��� their heritage and pride  in the accomplishment of their race.  We aro pleased to learn that the  local rowing enthusiasts aio determined, as suggested in last week's issue,  not to let their interest in water  sports die out with the recent regatta  but will contintto so long as the fine  weather lasts. A programme of events  is being* arranged for the Thursday afternoon, two weeks from today, viz.,  September 11th, which will i'lclude  several rowing races with the now  four-oared shells, teams for which are  practicing each evening. Swimming,  iliving and canoe races may also be  included, and arrangements will be  announced  later.  CO-OPERATION  A groat many fruit growers apparently imagine that after they have  formed a co-operative association  they have solved tho fruit problem.  No 0O-opera'tion can be a success unless thoroughly co-operative. Tn the  first place an associutiin must havo  the loyal support of all <f its members and tho community, fd en with  this, without the right kind af cooperation along that Hue tho fruitgrower must not loo'; for any grea'.  success. Jn fact oo*oporation in tha  fruit industry must bo a co-operation  at home, the right kind of co-operation with the railways, the right kind  of co-operation wilh the dealers and  the retailers and the right.kind of cooperation with tho consumer. In other  words, the association must oo-oj-er-  atc all along the lino up to nnd with  the consumer by supplying him with  the right kind of fruit, properly packed, properly graded nnd at n price  that is reasonable, so that it wilt  not prevent consumption.���Better Fruit  PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  New Westminster, Aug. 27���Leading  the way for fairs in western Canada,  the management of tho provincial exhibition which opens in New \\ Chimin  ster on September 30 and continues  until October 1, have this year offered  the grand total of $00,000 in pih.es  and attractions.  Preparations are already proceeding  Mpuee. and Manager I). E, HacKenzio  is daily in receipt of entries for the  various departments. Numerous improvements havo been mndn and many  of the prizes have been increased, in  addition to a large number of new  classes in  the different divisions.  A record for, attendance was established during 1012 when over OO.Ouo  people attending during the five days,  but it is predicted that e.en this record will I hi broken this year.  The free attractions which will be  staged in front of the grand nt in 1  wit) prove a good drawing card and  no trouble of expense has Iwen spared  lo make this fealuro a success.  The provincial exhibiti n In hi in  New Westminster, apart from the fun  and amusement that is provided, is  considered the largest and most ex-1  tensive truly agricultural exhibition in  tho province and tho agricultural, building, in which the district exhibits aro  displayed in compititi n o- the famous DeWar trophy nnd" the 3,000 in  cash prfrea, is well worlh Doming many  miles to see.  Uows and rows of fruit, of vegetables, grains and grasses, dairy produce  and every product of lhe farm and  garden in countless vnriotius and the  very best, specimens that oan 1)6 obtained aro hore placed on view.  Tho Fraser and Okanagan valleys,  the Cariboo country, Kamloops, and  Kevolstoke districts, Vancouver Island,  thc Skoona river district and further  north Fort George and QueBnel were  nil represented last year and it is ex-;  picted that these and many moro will  this year send in exhibits,  All entries closed on September 20.  -+-  Twelve hundred farmers oi the Tem-  i'liiiiiiiiii; district, In New Ontario, recently visited the provincial government demonstration farm at Honteith  on the occasion ol an excursion there.  The More Rain  the  better you  will  be satisfied with my  WATERPROOF  COATS  The pricea are low for  a good quality guaranteed raincoat���  $9.50 and   $14.00  Navy Serge Suits  that cannot be beaten.  Material  is of Britiah  manufacture and fast  dyea  $13,   $15,   $20,   $22  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  at moderate pricea  E  H.F  H  1  C  K  S  Water Street  (lit Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  Look for the Sign  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelown* 9 s.m., 3.30  p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studio, in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  SCHOONER "AMERICANA"  GIVEN UP FOR LOST  Thc schooner Americana is now 170  days out from the Columbia River lor  Sydney, and is practically given up  few lost. The barkentine T. P. Kmigh  has arrivod at Adolaide 111) days out  from; 1'uget Sound. The passage of tho  Emigh is an exceedingly long one compared with othor similar voyages and  when it is considered thut the Amori-  cana is out 41) dnys Ionjti 1 han the  Emigh, little hope can be hold oujt lor  her.  Tho Americana is owned by the Pa-  cifil Shipping Company ol Ban Francisco. Sho was built in Scotland in  1893.  Another .British vessel that has, been  given up for lost is the British ntea.ni-  cr Wyuorio, which sailed from Baltimore on April ftth for Cuayiti|uil, and  bus not since beon heart! of. The Wyn  eric is a vessel of 3,111 net tons. She  .in uninsurable at Lloyd's and has (or  some time boon, posted as missing.!  FRIDAY'S BAND CONCERT  Following is the program (or the  band concert tomorrow evening ot the  city park.  tlaroh "Kelowna." . . . N. Hornholdl.  (iverturo, "Morning, Noon .and Nnfht"  Tuppe  Song. "Fruhlingsliod.'   . . Mendelssohn  Ballet "Egyptien" I.ulgini  Invitation a la Vak-c    ....   I tabor  Two-step. "Tho Junk Man Bag."  Roberts  Medley. "Song Jilts" Holding  March "'The Wedding Glide.'  . H}rsvnb  0 Canada.  GOD GAVE THE KING  N.  ltiirnnol.il, conductor.   4   Three Doukhobors caused considerable excitement at the Regina jail  when they rolusetl to eat lood ol any  kind, making it necessary to employ  forcible feeding. They have changed  their minde, however, and are now  eating regularly.  ���4"  THTjHaftAY, ifiQVBI 28, 1918.  ��N*  -��*���  ement  19i4 PRICES  NIGHT LETtERORAM  Kolowna Garage & Machine Works Co.,  Kelowna, B.C. , ���>. ���  E netive AugUitt lit, 1914 prices will be aa  follows: Touring, $6(50; torpedo, $600; Town Car,  $$0, Ut. Walkerville:  'S��iied)FORD MGTOR CO. OF CANADA  Prices f.o.b. KelWna  TOURlNG rtOADSTER       TOWN CAR  $763       $713      $1013  There is no reaspn for you to wait until nest season.  Purchase your tnt NC)W and enjoy the fell driving  Keldwna Garage & Machine Works Co..  LIMITED  e***tmm***sw*m**m  Invest your money in resj  ���state. If you invest sensibly  it ia the safest and best kinel of  investment in the world to-day  A few well made investments in real esftate VtfH make yoy  independent for life. Vast fortunes have been made  'from it���you have as much chance as anyone to do the  same. Come in here to-day and let ua show you aome of  the opportunities we have.  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative ie pow in London, Eng.   Send in your  list and get in touch with ��ngliih 'feuyert  *m  muii' in  ANOTHER FIRE AT REVELBTOKE  The second disastrous ire within the  last two weeks ooourrod laat Sunday  at Revelstoke, when the West Kootenay steam laundry was reduced to  ashes. The property Ion amounts to  about (10,000, partly covered by Insurance.  The laundry was one ol tha     beet  equipped in the province msti employ-1  ed about forty hands. It WM    owned  by a local company.  OIL BOOH KEEPS CALGARY LAND  OFFICE BUSY  The Calgary office ot the Dominion  Land department continues to be besieged with applioants who winli tb file,  on tracts in the oil district to tbo  southwest of the oity.  Although drilling operations have  been continued ior a year without oil  being struck there .eorns to be a general idea that something will happen  in the near- future. In ooneequenoo  there is a miniature stamped, on tho  steps ol. the Calgary land offioe every morning and the police have bi|en  called upon several times to st.op 'he  free fights whioh have arisen bciwecn  rival applioants (or the pr. miee position iu the waiting lin-.  Both tha wells whioh ars now being drilled are down over 3,090 . last  and the heads ol the oompanief concerned are sanguine as do tha results.  i       Opera House  , Stf)!, 4th  I EXTRA ATT8ACTIGNS I  GIGANTIC PROGRAM  The English Comedienne  <  MISS  WEBUNG  AND  WALTER     I  McRAYE  Actor, Traveler & Raconteu  Spngs ly fad Pither  Th* popular Vocalist  FEATURE PICTURES  Reserved Seats, 50c.    ' -  Gen. Admission, 25c.  Children,'10c; THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913.  KELOWNA RECORD  BASEBALL  During the season about to draw to  a close the Kelowna baseball1 club  in the Interior League have gained the  support of a large number ol people,  Starting the season,, ae they did with  a team ol local boys they were soon  outclassed by the other cities, owing  to the fact that the other cities secured their players from all over the  country. The Vernon Club were gathered in Irom the east and west, only  a couple local men remaining on the  line up. Kamloops, likewise secured  an entirely new combination from' the  outside, most ol the men coming from  Seattle and Tacoma. During the last  month not one of tho players representing Kamloops ��� last season has entered the line up with the exception ol  Cresler who took part in one contest.  Revelstoke imported many players during the last winter and opened the  season with only about three ot the  old players in the game. The local  aggregation soon dropped -behind and  It was seen that it Kelowna wished to  make a fair showing in the league race)  that some new material would have to  be obtained. Consequently n meeting  was called of the officers of the club  and the business men' and supporters.  It was stated that the local olub depended entirely on the support they  received from ihe publio to keep up  the toam and meet the expenses which,  amounted to a considerable sum. The  attendance at the home games . was  not large enough to moot. thc expense  Incurred-on the long trips to Reveli-  atoko and Kamloops ,and if the club  was to remain in the league financial  support must be solicited.  Mr. F. S. Coates, acted as.chairman  of the.meeting,; and offered to start a  subscription to raise monoy to get  players, able to successfully compete'  With the other cluba. Those present  very generously came to the front and  aided the club and new material was  immediately sent ior.  Since the arrival of these new players Kelowna has been furnishing a  class ot ball that would do credit to  any oity, ten times as large as Kelowna. Since then the attendance has  increased steadily and now crowds who  attend the homo games give evidence  that the efforts ol the looal promoters  has not been fruitless.. Of course we  have very little ohanoe oi winning the  pennant this season, as the other clubs  were too    tar ahead    whon   the team  Sidn.y Harper, of Van.ouver. B.C.  now representing Kelowna was gather- j Letters of a Self-raised Office BoY  ed together. However, at the   present .    jj.   pi  time Kelowna is   recognized   as    the |  best   Combination  in  the   league.     The { In whkhyimmy ulla of Kelown. happening, to Ml.  papers of the various cities in which  the locals have performed daring the  last month are all very high in their  praise lor the Kelowna olub. Had  Kelowna obtained the players they  now havo ,at the opening of tho league  race Kelowna would have led the way  to the flag without difficulty.  This condition has been brought  about; by the executive of the club,  who havo not only worked hard and  faithfully to secure the support of the  people, but have subscribed and solicited subscriptions to support the club.  With the brand of ball furnished by  the locul team during the. past month  the handful of'men who, have worked  bo faithfully to, give Kelowna baseball  such as they have, must feel proud ol  the success they have achieved.  The question is already asked by  numerous fans, who realise the (act  that Kelowna has a baseball team  able to cope successfully with any club  in the country, "What about the next  season?"  This question inunt be answered ' by  tho people themselves. The management must have good support if we  are to havo good 'baseball. Arrasge-  taj*  @>  &  ��  ��i  * The Gurney-Oxford  1 Attracts Madam To The Kitchen  s**m  THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large following of fashionable cooks who dip into the culinary  art simply for the pleasure they derive from  trying dainty recipes previously not attempted.  They are all most enthusiastic supporters of the  Gurney-Oxford because it contains many exclusive devices that make a perfect cooking equipment.  Its oven is evenly heated in every corner to insure deliriously  dain'.y cakes, golden brown biscuits, and light flaky pastry. A  special Divided Flue carries the heat to every hole on (he range.  The top is perfectlysmooth and clean, requiring noblack:;-d polish.  But most important is the Economizer. It is a small lever that  moves around a series of six notches giving the exact degree of  heat required for any particular dish. The heat of the range  can be shut off and the kitchen kept cool between, meals by  turning the lever to a certain number.  The fire is held at a low ebb  on a special Reversible Grate  until a baking oven is required.  Then thc necessary heat can  be obtained: quickly by simply  turning the Economizer lever  to another notch.  (TO)  (��irV,  ��  (��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Such Control as this  enables many smart  women to invent  come very tempting  dishes which they set  triumphantly before  their friends. It will  pay you to investigate the Gurney-  Oxford. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.-.-.-.i,,,,.,���  CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE "STAVES AND RANGES"  (-)  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  fir j  (ai*)  ��  &  I  Dear Sid,���In .answer to yours ol recent date,. I will say, and say it most  emphatically, 1 will not come to Vancouver for your wedding. As I told  you before the only way you oould get  mo to return to such a climate would  be under the influence of either an anaesthetic or .Scotch, and furthermore,  I would not come to see a friend rush  blindly on to sure destruction. ,So  forget it. If you are bound' to p.ill  off this foolish stunt, you'll have tu  do it without being aided and abetted  by me.  We have been ma',.in so all history in Kelowna this lal t well. Two  gaineB which will go thundering dowu  the pages ol history were played. Tho  first ona between the perpendicular.  and horizontals was perpetrated last  Thursday. The game was won by the  gentlemen with tbe Gothic style ol  architecture by a neok���I guess because  they have more than the gents of the  Aldemunio construction. Ths game  was replete with sensational fielding  and batting. In fact one of our most  prominent real estate men (who is  built more lor safety thun speed) just  missed a ehance, oi being a hero. He  was ambling around in the lurid with  gazelle-like?'/ ease and graoo, when the  batter knocked a liner in bis direction.  Here was his oue to make a sensational one-hand, running.catch. Nothing  loth ho sturted with the dazzling speed  of a canal boat after the flying ball,  but just as he reached up to grasp the  sphere with his unerring mit, his foot  refused to track und came together in  a head-on collision. 'I'he ball bounded  joyfully on its way, while our rotund  friend had to be reminded that ladies  were present. This waB but one ot the  many exciting .n-.iii.iu., winch will  serve to make the game live Long iu  the annals of local baseball.  The other game, played Monday was  between several of the local grocery  stores. Those guys may be able to  weigh out sand and chicory and sell  wooden nutmegs, but as ball players  they are a large bunch ol onions.  There wore sure some weird and wonderful stunts pulled off in this game,  but one thing is to be considered, that  is, the do or die spirit shown by some  of the players. II they thought that  their bends were not sufficient to stop  auball, they did not hesitate to thrust  their alabaster bosoms, in its way.  Ibis is the kind oi stuff Irom whioh  martyrs are mado. Honest, Sid' I  wouldn't have missed this game for a  good deal. Haven't laughed, so much  since Hook was a pup. t  On Thursday next we are to have at  the Opera House a couple who should  prove of exceptional interest, they are  Hiss Lucy Webhng, who by the way,  created the title role in the first production ol Mrs. Brunett'e immortal  play "Little Lord Faustleroy," and  and Mr. Walter McBaye, who as a  delineator ol the French Canadian  dialect stands without a pe:r, two  suoh talented people should prove a  great drawing card.  Before I forgot it Sid 'I want to tail  you oi a picture we had last Tuesday,  which to me was ths finest film I have  ever seen. The title was "Why", ihe  picture was an allegorical one showing the misery and untold suffering  oaused by the insatiable greed ior  great wealth and the evil iffauts oi  drink, than which thcro is no greater  evil on earth. Even war, with all its  honors does not oauso a tithe,the suffering, it also showed the pitiful results of child labor, flow aome ol the  rich achieve wealth by , trampling over  th* bruised and emaciated bodies ol  little children, who deserve a little  pleasure, but get nothing but work.  I am no Socialist, Sid, but I hope  God speeds the day when such abuses  are speedily reotified. II some ol the  narrow-minded, self righteous people  who are ranting about the demoralising influence of moving pictures could1  have, seen this pioture, it would change  Ihuir viows.somowhat.  Now after that outburst I .think  this epistle should be brought to a  olose, so with many and heartfelt  wishes for your continued happiness  and prosperity, and that ol your future bride, I remain as ever, your  obedient servant and friend.  JIMMY.  During two years the area under cultivation for .wheat in Australia has  increased by two million acres.  monts have already been completed  whereby most of the men now here  hore will return next spring and some  will remain during the winter.  Next season they will open .the race  (or the {lag with brig..ter prospects, SB  (ar as a good team is oonoemed. AU  the requirements are. summed up in  the fact that the people , must support  the game. II this is done Kelowna  will ba famished with a .ball team ol  which they, oan justly feel proud.  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the beat  the market affords  A Muical Evening is Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rate., also reservation, during regatta week, apply to  H. VINCE   -    Mknager  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  theae products  PRICES, &c, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    -     Proprietor  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelo  B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   -   104  LIST OF PRAIRIE APPLE DEALERS  The success .if app e growing 5s ao  industry depends to a groat 1 lent en  thn securing of a good market. Tht re  are thousands of householders, moro  especially iu tho prairie provinces, wl o  are longing for fresh fruit of a sort  that oan be stored and drawn upon  during the winter months. The     diffi-  Ity ot the one class is to reach buyers for the fruit, and 01' the othor  to find a supply at a moderate price.  To bridge the gulf'that separate*, the  two classes, and thereby do both an  individual service, the Dairy and Cold  Storage commissioner has issued a list  of1 the wholesale and retail apple dealers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and sections of New Ontario,  whose addresses were available. These,  whioh number about 276 dealers and  firms, with few exceptions are said  to be in a position to buy at1 least  one carload of fruit. This information  is given in.circular No. 8 of the Dairy  and Cold Storage braneh, copies of  which may be secured fret, from the  Publication bronoh of the Department  ol; Agriculture at Ottawa.  The youth who surrenders himself to  a great ideal himself becomes great.���  Emerson*  A FRENCH BUDGET CURIOSITY  Among tho curiosities of tho French  Budget is an item of ��(.9,082 10s. for  indemnities lo the victims of December  2, 1851, when Prince Napoleon wns el*  ectcd president for ten years. Inquiti-  tivo persons ask limv.i old these vie  time may be, for ono can scarcely be  the victim of a coup d'etat before attaining the age and privilege of a citizen and elector. The "Official .Journal's assorts thnt there are still 11,000  of these poor people, but it is challenged to give a list of thorn, with  their ageB and descriptions of how  they boonmo victims.  There is a legend that in a village  of lhe South of Franco almost the  whole population have been created  "victims" who consequently always  vote for the government, and spend  a life of idleness and oase, playing  bowls and smoking their pipes, reaching a ripe and happy old age, and  transmitting thoir grievances and their  claims, as well as their electoral ob*  ligations, to their sons after them.  Electoral reform alone seems likely  to eliminate this ��70,000 from ths  Budget.  Great souls have v ills, fee 1       am  havs only wishes.���Chinese Proverb. KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUOUSJf.JW, itttk  -  H   Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delicijui  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Pentitv  Baitlelt  D'Anjou  Boussock  DuCc  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Jing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our   Stock   has   Won   Its   Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES:  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Are you prepared for the Hunting Season, which opens  on September 1st?   If not, see the  Great Variety of ���  Guns, Rifles, Ammunition  and Hunters' Requisites  at the  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARD ARE CO., Ltd.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.       Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  ���   Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior decorations, consisting of tli- latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting tend decorating,  City and country patronage solicited  TOWN AND COUNTRY  NOTES  Mr. Walter Parker left on Friday  morning's bout lor Toronto,  ��� ���   ���  Mr. 11. H. Millie went down to Sum-  met-land lust Tuesday on business.  ��� ���   ���  Miss Pearl KUiott ii spending u  few weeks at Calgary visiting friends  and relatives.  ���   ��   ���  Mr. D. 11. Kattenbury left on Friday morning's boat for a trip to Vancouver. Ho expects to bo away for u  couple of weeks.  ��� ���  ���  The pulpit at the Hap.ist church  next Sunday morning will bs filled  by Mr. H. C. Packhum, and in the  evening Kev. A. Beekie will oflioiat*.  ��� ���  ���  The local contingent of Boy Scouts  returned on Saturday's boat from  their week's outing at Oyama. They  broke camp on Saturday morning.  ��� ���  ���  School oj-ened on Monday and once  more merry crowds of small ohildren  are familiar sights along the streets  wending their way to school.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. Alec McQuarrie drove up to  .Armstrong un Saturday to bring home  his wifo and family who spent tho  week visiting there.  ��� ���   ���  Mint. Pitt returned borne .on Mond-iy  after spending a week's holiday at  Summerland. Vernon und other points  along lhe lake.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. W. Palmer and family mot ��� on  over from Kamloops Tuesday and ar.'  spending a few days here. They arc  registered at  the T-akeview.  Messrs It. Kale and K. Wilson left  Wednesday morning for Kamloops. Mr.  Kale intends visiting thc east before  returning to Kelowna.  ��� ���   ���  Miss Klla ' iiluiholoi and Miss Margaret MeNab left for their home at  Kamloops on Saturday laat* after  spending two weeks holiday here, the  gliosis of Mr. and Mrs. A.   Dalgleish.  ��� ���   ���  "Dutch" Ki-ntlnli, the fast center  player of the looal lacrosse team received an offer from the High liiver,  Alia., club and left to join thnt team  early this week. "Dutch" will oe roused by thu Kelowna boys.  ��� ���   ���  Kvaudur McLeod motored over from  Kamloops on Saturday, bringing with  him In* mother, t ,., ratals and a  cousin. 'Ihey spent Saturday afternoon  and Sunday foruuoon is driviiug about  the district and returned to Kamloops  Sunday evening.  ��� ���  *  Mrs. Walters, of the millinery store,  loft last Saturday for Fort George, eo-  Companied by her assistant, Minn Patterson. Mrs. Walters is opuning up a  branch establishment there. Mrs. S. -I.  Thompson, lately of Vnnoouver, is  taking charge nt Kelowna.  ��� ���   �� N  Owing to the fact that the Kamloops  team in the Interior Baseball League  recently decided to drop from tho raoe  tho game scheduled for this; afternoon  with that aggregation canuot bo played. However the Vernon club, will ar  rive on the boat and the bans are as  EfUred of a fnst game*  ��� ���   ���  Kucourugod by the success -of the  previous fixture the Baptist Ladies'  Aid have arranged foi' a social to lie  held ai tho home,of Mrs. Heeliio, corner of Water street and Kli iivi roue, on  Thursday next, Sept. 4. Tho usual  hot drinks and ice cream will '1..*. on  sale, besides numerous varieties of-oakc  and fruit, Proceeds ure in aid od iha  churoh building fund. I  ��� ���  ���  Mr. and Mrs, A. Peabody, wifth 4-heir  niece, Miss Ktter, and C. Gowen, as  chauffeur returned Saturday from a  most interesting trip whioh they mavie  in thoir auto to Spokane. The route  taken was south to Orovillo and  through lhe Kettle Valley via (Iraiul  Forks and Marcuj. The return.journey  was mado in under eight duyH and  besides being favored with particularly  fine weather there were no mishaps or  stoppages to mar their pleasure.  '    ���   ���   ���  There will, no doubt bo a big exodus  from Kelowna, to, Vernon Mo.nday next  and practically every automobile owner in the place is figuring on making  tho trip, Vernon people have prepared a big day of Hpoftii, parades,  fireworks and athlet/io events, wluch  will no doubt draw a big orowd -of  visito.8. The Kelowna Basehall team  mnets Vernon in a league gui.no ia the'  afternoon. Football and 1.  matches will also-/be held.      *  Miss Mary Bigger left for. Vanoouver  Wednesday on a visit to friends.  ���  ���  ���  Mr. N. D. McTavish left this morning  for a three week's visit to the coast.  Mr. Jas. Keekie, a former Kelowna  resident, now of Vancouver, is ta the  cit$ this week visiting his mother.  ��� ���  ���  Mrs. H. H. Miller, from Hanover,  Ont., is spending a few weeks with  her daughter, i Mjb. W. E. Adams.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. Jas Mc Kinney who hns kejn  spending the summer in Hut land leaves  today for his home at ('laresholm, Alberta.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. Alec Purvis leavee tomorrow in  his automobile for a trip to Fort  (Juorge, The trip will be made via  Kamloops and Ashcroft.  ��� ���  ���  Mr. F. K. B, DeHart entertained a  party of friends at his Manhattan  Beach cottage Tuesday night with an  old fashioned .corn roast.  Mr. F. M. Buckland moved into his  new house on Pendozi street this week.  His old house on Water street has  been rented by the city for police offices ami jail.  ���   ���   ���  Mayor .loner, the school trustees and  quite a number of parents and-friends  uttended school opening last Monday  when the pupils were allotted their  now clauses aud several new scholars  enrolled.  Mr. il. MacLeay, manager of the Columbia Valley Orchard Co arrived in  town Tuesday  from ICdgewater in thu  Columbia Val  by his sister,  Ion, and  Miss  ey. He was accompanied  Mrs. May, from lixlmon-  Crant, from Winnipeg.  Mr. II. A. K. Johnstone of Montreal,  traffic munuger for the Northern Elee-  trie Manufacturing Co., left Tuesday  after spending a lew days visiting  his three sons hero and looking over  his property in Cle.imo.f, wl. re he  owns some 110 acres.  ���   ���   ���  A picnic took placo on tho lake shore  in the vicinity of Mr. F. A. Taylor's  residence yesterday for the benefit of  the members of the Anglican church  Sunday school. Tea was prepared at  I o'clock and the children attending  took part in some athletic sports afterward.  DOMINION BOTANIST ON TOUE OF  CANADIAN WEST  Mr, 11. T. Cussow, the Dominion Botanist, Ottawa, who it; now on a trip  through the Canadian west, states that  the most distressing single feature of  the weed problem is that arising out  of tho unnutural abandonment of cultivation of land close to all our large  centres. About almost every city, the  olosost farms���the farmB whose natural  destiny would be to be utilized ior  market gardens, oity milk production,  ppulAry farms, etc.��� have been subdivided; they are now neither cultivated  nor occupied by residences, and they  are prolifio disseminations of weed  seeds which ripen and spread all over  tlie agricultural land surrounding.  Thus the land that, from an agricultural viewpoint, is intrinsically the  most valuable, instead of being a bless  ing, becomes a curse, There is urgent  need for some radical economic reform  ���single tax on land values or some  more effective means��� which will prevent the subdivision craze from spread  ing farther and being hack into into  cultivation, through tax sales and  other-wine, land that is not actually  needed for, legitimate oity or town  expansion.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bern.rd  Avenue       - -       Kelowna, B.C,  P. BUMS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MFAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  Phone 135  KELOWNA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within on* half mile af town, and being  about loo feat above tho lake, It command, a baauti-  ful view of tha town, .be and ���urrou.dinj country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Clone to Town and Market  There i. only one GLENMORE. Don't mbe tha op.  portuniiy of .electing a few acrea of thit deairabU  property.  If you wi.h . cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ue md wa will  ahow you our .ub-divieion  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from tha centra of the town.    Pricea low.   Tarmi easy.  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  Wa repretent only tha beat board companiaa.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted thia apring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domeatic aupply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  '  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all   your  lkmher needs.  We have now a large stock of local and coaat  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality end In  coaditic*.  A complete line ot  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918.  KELOWNA RECORD  Owing to an impending change in our  business to take effect January Ist, we are  forced to reduce our stock to the lowest possible  figure and will, therefore, offer our Entire Stock  of Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Accessories,  Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, and all Farming  Implements, at lower prices than have ever been  offered in this valley.  SALE  AT MESSRS.  COATES,  EDWARDS  You cannot afford to miss  this opportunity of purchasing  a  your requirements.  Act promptly as the sale will continue  only until our stock ,5 reduced to a satisfactory figure  BERNARD AVE., KELOWNA  & GOWEN  Telephone -17 KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913.  DON'T  TRUST  lo memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing buy  or girl. Memory plays  strange tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  e /cry year or so will  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  and what a aatis-  iaction that little col-  leclion will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  AY'S STUDIO  ROWCI IEFF BLOCK  Thursday, Friday and Saturday  10 to 5  | 20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  j  \   All Kinds of  Boots and  j   Shoes Repaired Promptly  s  !  \    I .die.' ond Genta' Rubber  lleela  .,( tlie But Makes  V. hen warrliliK lire  PLUMBERS  for vitir rcpairi plum.' up llie  Stantlard Plumbing  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5203.  I   i\ -��� i-l-i v ihren doora smith  ! ul new English Clnich.  Wareliouaa un.l Officii!  Glenn's Old Place  ���  Leon Ave.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Tudhope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  Phone Royal 1 lotel,  Kolowna, H<-  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANT E  Pl.t>iie 217     -     Leckie Block  I. A S K II \ I, I.  PATS VS. SI A'lS  On Thursday aftertioou Inst Lhe raoBt  notoworthy ijatue of basi-bull ovou wlt-  iirHsitil in Lhe Okanagun \ alloy wus  [jfayod on tlie lorul grouuds. A yhu.Cfl  over ilii' tallowing lino up will ut  01)0(1 satisfy llie jMihlii' tli.it Lhe .....lit.  ..us betweou lhe Iixhl.v1.i14l.lt1 *'ii one  aide nml on  Lhe othor   iih< LhodO who  refuse to  nnl lha       li    ���- r fimr tho  [jlutforui wonlil prove.lo fruil to liul.l  Lhoir "onomious1   weight.  llir iiMiiish I up UK lollows:  Sluts  Washburn  pj  l-owBor cj  Carlyle Int.;  Uxloj   '2nd:    I niuliitrl itiil;   I .'.iiifli  s.t..;  Uowser r.i., Thompson r.i.; Ueflarl l.f.  Fttti  (.'oaten p; Cooper o; Itobison Istu Mei  kit Stodj Uaddoi Hrd; KllloU b.b'j Bow-  sot O.f.j Copejund r.i.;  I.ali'nhuiy I.t.  Tlii> ganiu wus oalled'ut I oolook,  with Mr. F. S. Coutefl handling ill-  Indieutor uud Mr. MeKon/iB working  mi i lie bases.  I lir long bo; h tttiii i lie loss of tbo  euin and Look ilit* Held, allowing i\w.  "huskies" to tiro Lhomsolvos out by  going Lo but tirsl and swing thoir  wui' clulw ugainsl tho loallior and ambling aroiuiditho bases ut Lop apeodj  (snail's pint1) until tired out and then  catoh thorn usloep oil the buses before  their short Logs wore able lo got thoin  back to    suf.'ly..    During the oonti ft  htossi'S   MrilJi- uud   l.llinlt   gftvt) n   wvy  good rendition 08 tho Alphouse-Guston  game* when both b tar led for a bull,  which rolled botweon thoin. "All yours  ������level*1 shouted Meikle. "No, you take  it John" answered l-ll!ic>t t. Then both  made suvoral starts and slop.*, before  tho unruly sphore wus re0(ivure.d.  llio "spindle logs" s fund th ��� tirsl  score in the opening round.  In the third inning lhe heavy weight 9  loaned heavily on tho "shoots1' served  up by Washburn, ami f..r 11 Lirau ilm  field lesetnbloil n worry*go-rouud al  a country oirous. This brought ; i\  tuns aoross tbo pluto and gave lhe  "huts" ,i good load.  Tin' "Slnit." kopt plugging -I inn  "ull the lint." und slowly nit ���Lu.Vn  ihe big lead and in the i -lit nawg  Lied lhe soore.  For the "ShtU" Trunoli, Webb awl  rt 1 ihburn woro Lhe star porformeni,  li wns tepoitnl immediately after Ir  tpiharl ploked one out of tlie rlouds  1 tin 1 "I'>>b" Drown was looking after  u ooupio ot tho boys, but after ro  reiving n inoal tl.itt.>riii<- offer frcmi the  roust muniiger all hands have d eided  In  it.ok here for  tllO l*08l   of the     (TOO"  Mm. howover, a couple ��� 1'       irn.es  have signitletl their intention to join  lhe Beu.eis next spring,  tintldes,  ('oopei   alld  How-nr Were  up  proaohod by "Dob" but his offer wan  nni    financially    auirioioni    to    tempi  tllO players In loilVO this lio.iuliful eity  In    the   lake.  Woodlawn Private School  WIU. REOPEN ON  Tuesday, Sep. 2  Principal :  .MISS  E. BATCHELOR  Excavating,   Well    Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Caw.ton Ave.       P.O.  Box 541   ^  MeUK\7IK CO. VS.  i.XI.KY  UOBISON CO.  following oloiO  111 mn   the heels     of  lhe groat baseball euulesl between the  "I'als" aud "Sluts" uf '.h.iivdi.Y after  noon oame another groat exhibition of  niuioHi oqual bnportanooi  tin Muiidny evening tho McKenzie to  e.uiiesteil with the O&loy-Robfeon 00111  bination tho miperloVity ol thu gWoors  ni ihe uitj of Ivotowna, The HIoKonxiu  Co.,    iifti'i    five Inning*   were played  were   awilldiHl    tho   gttUlO   by   a     seole  of 8 in fl, lhe game wasi cnJlorl al  lhe close ot thr fifth Inning on ac  omit of durknetth.  Uthough al limes tho i>lnyern on  LllQ field were biinehed to such nil rv  lent lhal il wns very .till'reulL to figure nut, tho positions played by eaoii  men,   to   the nuked eye   the    team   lined  up  ill   the  following  llinniiei  IKIey     Uobisull  Itobison p;  Kerr ii;  l.nwjey   IsL;   l.inl  Jnd]  rosier 3rd; Uuddeu **;  Wait 1.1.;  Oxloy r.f.; Woods e.f.  IfoKonilo Oo.  Ranwick pj Montgomery 0; Smith 1st  DeHart Snd; f-oodrioh 3rd) UoKonxie  M.;Naai O.f.J Kirkby i'-..; McMillan Id.  During the   exciting, contest    many  plftyi were pullet) off 'that inadn the  Win   "lies sil   up  inul    lake   nolire.   The  moot daring base stealing ever wit*  noMod in Ihis eity was taken by both  teams. The fielding was of the "gill  edge??" variety, no errors I wing fired*  iled tn either Hide.  For Llie Mi Krn/ie (Jo. Mr. MrKrn/ie  Was the star performer und his wonderful 1.peed on the bases wus a revelu-  (ion to tl row (I of onlookerii   The  roil of lhe (rain (lino gnvl n u'nod uC-  cnunt nf iheuisebeH und pounded the  ball'hnr.l "all the time" and "straight  ahead, forcing tho peerless j-itoher of  the Oxley-Hobison outfit) to ifleo tnth-  lull timber at the rinse (if' the third  round.  For lhe lKlev- Itobison eombinatiop  the star performers wire Uurd to se-  lool   from    that brilliant/  ugf.rcpTfition,  ,ch individual played tho UDS i-H  it Ihih f-eldom been Teen in these parts  and with one possfhlo exception were  a woll balanced tomu.  The one excep  tion, is, of course, as one would, ex-  peel ".lohn" Oxley, the prortoBS root ���  ov of the Kelowna club. "John" is  moro limn a rooter now, he has graduated to ihe ranks of the atur player  and those who witnessed the contest  mi Monday evening will l..n, remeiu-  ber ihe "big healthy swiii[js" ho took  ul ihe ntmoBplwro mostly��� how he  fuee.l llie redoublahlo pitoherfl of the  apposiitL,  I earn     ' ������' h-        1 n I    dared  ihein   to   put   lhe   ball  nvel   the    plate,  and "hit his bat", will be written (,M  th.' minds of the Kelowna funs.  As \< ritstotnary in this section nf  the eiutnlry among the baseball loums  llie ({iinie was protested because the  MoKonv-ie Co., hud lhe muni runs 1 nil  ilie game musl bo played ovor .'it 1  future date.  The umpires Imd their liwti ItilHire'd  111 ��ri I\ before the game started bul  fortuualely   there   was   110  blood  shed.  1'usiiil officiated behind tlie plate  with  \lberls  on   lhe  ImsOH.  -4 *  TIA  Mll.llS FOI. CATAUOOUE  llie maddest man in Chase the nth  er day wus dim Ball lie of Turtle Valley, tie recoived by mail a card noli  i\ Ing him 1 hut th ui ��� ��������� ��� 1 oppress  parci.l for him ut thc 1 Iwim* station,  lim (mil bei 11 ex pectin jf tlie arrival  of a couple of boxes'uf berries, so he  hilt lull up a team and di'me down  to t'lmse, :i mutter n. ten miles \>r SO  us Ihe i row doesn't fly, but as the  ���oad runs, lie passed in his post card  notice and Mne handed nut an Eaton  catalogue, lhe Baton house ie likely to  notice a shrinka.e in its business with  tho hallliehousehold this (alK���Inland  Sell! inel  Sealed tenders addressed to tbe   un  dorsiguod uud endorsed "Tenders for  Jetty und Dredging ut the North Ann  of the Fraser Kiver, B.C. will bo  reived nt this office until i.On p.m., on  Tuesday, September :t0, 1913, for thi  construction of dotty and Ihvdging at  the North Arm ol the Fraser tliver  tt. C.  IMaus, specification and form of con  tract ran be seen ami forms of tender  obtained al this Department und  the offices of C. C. Worsfnld, V.k\.,  Disi rtel Engineer, Ne.v Westminster.  It. (., W, /. Knrle, Km|., Wstrict Kn-  ijineer, Winnipeg, Man.. >J. S. MucLacb  lan. Ksip, District Kngineer, Victoria,  B. C, d. I.. Midland. ��m.\., District  Engineer, I'oat Office Building, Mon  nval, P. Q��� .1. G. Singi Esq., Dis  I rid Engineer, Confederation Life Buil-  diiiLf, Toiniilo, , Ont., uitil nn application tn the Postmaster at Vancouver,  b. a  Persons londofing are notified   that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  und signed with their actual signoturcE  slating their occupaLious and places  of residence. In the case of firms, tin  actual signature, the nut ure of thi  oct-iipation, und place of residence nl  eaoh member of the firm must be giv-  ni.  PRIMITIVE COAI, MINING  IN  CHINA  Conl   1,riles  in  Chungking  are abuml  ant, nnd us much of tho coal is veiv  near the .surface, it is easily worked.  The m.tliods employed, howovor, are  musl primitive nnd. although tbooosl  f lubor Is extv din ly low, tho proo*  Mil mode nf mining is comparatively  ��� 1 tensive, The ooal now mined in the  ji i.i.ir, [a mo tly n-i''<l for domOBtio  purposes, although a curtain amount  [s liven now employed for industrial  nntorpHsos, saj the \m riqan Consul  nt Chungking. In Biteohuh, n�� in mosl  parts of china, tho supply of wood  for fuel is rslreiiiely .short. Most nf  lhe Ireos hav. long since been nil  down, and the hilly each year are  ���iiuped bare, dry crass and leaves be-  [ng raked and awept up with Ihe utmost cure. As wood it. ho Bcoroe it  has hooome veiy expensive. Even now  ooal e��> m pet en witli it successfully, i.nd  if modern maoUnery wi're introduee*!  the market for coal w.ouhl gradually  widen.  Kiu-h (.ruder ' must be acooufpahled  nn aCQOptod che<pic on a ehartiTed  bank, payable to the order of the Hon*  mable the Minister of Public Works,  equal to fix e per cent., (5, p.c.) o! the  amount of tho tender, which will bo  forfeited if the person tendering) decline  to enter into a contract when called  upon to do so, nr fail to complete the  work contracted for, If the the tender  be nnt accepted the cheques will bo  returned.  Tho Department does not bind,itself  to accept   the lowest or any tender.  Hy Order,  R. C. DJJSR0CHBRS  Secretary.  Department ol Publio Works.,  Ottawa. August is, 1918.  Newspapers will not bo paid.for this  advertisement if they insert it   with*  mil   authority  from  lhe  Department.  '���Ml  \ handful of raw pig imn. weighing about five pounds is worth five  cents. From it sixty Labia knife blades  ran be mudti, of a value of Sin. Con-  vortod into Bteol watch springe, there  ran be about )lt),V.Hll of these tiny  coils made from it. They sell at 81.75  a do/en, which would bring the neat  sum of $16,070.83 (or the five cents'  worth of raw metal.  The Canadian Hunk of Commerce is  discontinuing its branch ut  Naramata.  ft is eatiinuted (hat western Canada's wheat crop this year will be  ovor 900,000,000 bushels.  Announcement  "In consequence of a lurjje number of manufacturers having discontinued their discounts und con-  siilorulilv shortened their terms tp the wholesale  trade, il hus hceoiuc:necessary for us to curtail our  terms accordingly. We have, therefore decided  tlmi groceries purchased by the retail trade on and  after September ist, 1913, shall be sold at net  prices, subject to draft payable forty-five days trom  date ul shipment. Sugar and Produce, Including  si 11 uked incuts, lard, lniUer, cheese and eggs, will  be sold net. subject to draft payable thirty days  from thc date ot shipment; and that ull overdue kic-  enunts shall bear interest at 8 per cent., per  annum,"  The above letter, signed by all the wholesale  grocery houses on the coast has been received by  all the local grocers, and as a result they have  been forced to protect themselves in a similar  manner, consequently they have asked us to insert  the Following notice:  On account of the shortening of their terms by  the wholesale grocers Und the elimination of all  discounts, we are forced to discontinue tile 5 per  cent., discount on monthly accounts on all amounts  contracted after September first. We will still continue to give credit to a limited number with the  understanding lhat the accounts be paid not later  (ban the 15U1 of ihe following month, but cannot  allow any discount whatever except to cash purchasers, that is, to lliose who pay the cash across  thc counter al time of purchase. To all sueh wc will  continue to give 'J per cent., cash discount.  Regretting lhat we have been force.d to cut off  the monthly discount after September ist.  We are sincerely,  THE McKENZIE CO., Ltd.  KELOWNA GROCERY  K. F. OXLEY  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed tenders, nddreBsed * to the  I'ostum.tw General, will be raoeivad at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, trie  19th, September, 1913 lor the " conveyance ol Hi. Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed contract for (our yearn, three  iiiicH per week each way, between Kelowna and Vernon. (Vernon liural  Route No. 1.) Irom tlie Ut of Ootober  next.  I'riiited notices, containing further Informal ion at to conditions of proposed  contract may be seen niiii blank forma  ol tender may be obtained at tho post  ollioes ol Vernon, Kelowna, Rutland  and Oyama, and at the office ol the  Post Office Inspector,  oat Office Inspector's Office,  Vancouver, B. ('.,  8th August, 1918.  JOHN R. ORKENFIELD,  .IB-M Post Office Inspector.  Sealed tenders addressed to the mi-  ilersignctl. and endorsed '"tenders for  I'ubli^, Wharf at Canoe, li.C." will be  received tit this office until -I p.m., on  Thursday, September 11, IIH3, for the  const ruction ol Wharf at Canoe, B.C,  Plana, specification and form of contract can be Been and torniB of tender  obtained nt this Depart .ment and at  the offices o! F, W. Aylmer, Esq., District Engineer, Chase, B.C.; J. -S. Mac-  I.achlan, Esq., Diatrict Kngineer, Victoria, B.C., and mi application to the  Postmaster at Canoe, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified' that  tender will not be considered unless  made on tho printed tonus supplied,  and signed' with their actual aignatures  stating their occupations and places  ol residence. In the rum uf firms, the  nctual signature, the nature ol the  occupation and places of residence ol  oach member of tho firm must be given.  Kui-li tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered  l>.mk, pnyalilc to thc order of the Honourable the Minister ol Public Works,  ufliuil to ton im-i* cent., (10 p.c.) of tho  amount of the tender, whioh will be  forfeited il the [icraon tendering decline  to enter into a contract when oalled  upon to do so, or tail to, complete the  work contracted Ior. If the tender  bo not accepted the cheque Mill lie returned.  The Department doea not hind itself  to accept the lowest' or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESRO0HEH8.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works.  Ottawa, August 11, 1913.  Newspaper, will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it    without authority from the Department.  39-iO  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Buy a Good  WatchNOW  r\ONT put off the purchase of *  ���*** new dependable watch until  your preaent one makes you miti  (nine important engagement. Die-  card the old one NOW. Buy th*  new one at thit store because you  will get an  Elgin or Waltham  the m ist reliable timekeepers known  From $5 to $85  W. M. PARKER t. CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block . KELOWNA. B.C  'Phone 270  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gente' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan, and Eatimate.  Finishing work a .penalty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box SI I  Late  Cabbages  ISfewjReady  ~H. LYSONS"  Kolowna.  Greenhome.  ���V  P.O. Bo. 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER A CONTRACTOR  Plana.   SpW..c.Hi��a   and    Erfm.t.a  SALE OF DAIRY CATTLE  'I'he B. 0, Department oi Agriculture, T,iv. Stock Branch mill  mill at public auction, on Friday, august 'J'.llli, l'.MII, nt 1 p.m.  at the Vernon Fair Oiounda, Vernon, I.. 0, A PINK LOT  OF GRADE DAIRY CATTLF,. Them) out lie are  principally high-grade. Hulat��inii, there, being one puro-bretf Bol-  ���toin in the lot. like ahipmeot conai.t. ol 30 cowa, 10 two-year-pMa  in oall and 14 yearling heUcr.. Hiouc havojbeen carefully nvleotod  anil all are tuberculin tented.  TERMS   OF    S A I, E:- C A 8 H.  W. T. McDonald,  Live Stock ('omminaioni*.  Pleate note change of date of thia tale to one week latar  than firtt advertised.  Will be held FRIDAY. AUGUST 29th. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, .9.8.,  KELOWNA KECOSfi  ��^a��.<^H...^^a^,.a.at-V��V^|.^^��^*^.��."..,l^,^��^^^^i|^^^*^^^^��^��^^*'*i**^^  We have in stock  McCaOrmick -ind Deeririg  MoWers  Rakes and  Hay Tedders  in different aizea  We   invite  yon  to   call  and   inspect  our  NEW HARNESS STORE  We have separated it from our Implement  department, and will now be in a better position to cony nothing but first-class stock  You will find our stock of RIDING GOODS complete,  also a good selection of Dusters and Rugs  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street 6. Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone ijo.  WHAT IT COSTS  to furnish a Bedroom  Dresser and Washstand, in  surface oak, with a 14 x 24  bevel plate Mirror   -      -$13.50  White enamelled steel Bed,  brass fittings, 4ft. 6in. wide     4.00  Bed Spring. 4ft. 6in. wide    -     3.25  Combination felt and excelsior  Mattress in A1 grade ticking  4ft. 6in. wide   -      -      -     4.50  Good quality English tapestry  Carpet     -      -      -      -     7.00  White porcelain Toilet Set    -     2.00  Net cash price  -  $34.25  Tha above are not a cheap line purchased  for advertising purposes, but our high quality  standard stock at our regular everyday price.  WE NEVER  SACRIFICE  QUALITY  FOR   PRICE  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUR  PICTURB9  BY  HAVING  US   FRAMB THEM  THE GREENHOUSES. Richter Street  (Between Pr..bytori.n aad new Engliah Church..)  FRESH CUT HOT HOUSE  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  at .tore price.  CUTFLOWERS     Vegetable �����- Bedding Planta    POT PLANTS  Orders taken for BuiDS Winter PUnting  Late Cabbage and Cauliflower Planta  PbtmaM        PALMER ft ROGERSON      p.o.b<��ii;  Poultry Keeping on a City Lot  BY J. B. TERRY  Seorertary B. O. Poultry Aeaociation.  Much pleasure and profit ere eften-  timee afforded householders by die  keeping of a lew fowls, whereby they  can secure fresh, wholesome eggf, ami  now and again tbe beet meat obtainable, by killing off their /aurplus atock.  In any city there are very low yard*  ao email or aituated ao that a few  fowl* could not be profitably kept.  When considering auch a .question tha  chief points to remember are, sunlight,  reasonable space, shade and good  drainage. There are, certainly, other  points almost a* important, but tbe  above are those that ahould be mainly  In recent yean probably no on* topic haa caused so much diacuasion or  elicited ao many diverse explanation,  as to it. origin and solution, aa thai  ofthe "high coat of living." It ie our  preaent intention to endeavor to ahow  bow thia problem may be partly met  or aolved by the "keeping of poultry  on the city lot, back yard or garden."  consider at the outset.  Quite a lew would-be poultry keep-  era are deterred oftentimes by tbe iear  that the apace at their disposal .is not  large, enough. True, a back yard or a  garden only a few feet square is not  of sufficient area to permit of the profitable rearing of stock,, lint providing  the utmost care is taken as to cleanliness and attention, there is no reason  why a few bens should not be successfully kept.  Location ol Houae and Yard  When building, always endeavor to  locate the bouse as far from the  dwelling of owner aa possible. (We  refer, now, to where it ia proposed  to keep (owls in the ordinary baok  yard, of say, 60 or 60 feet wide, by  perhaps 30 to 60 feet doep). There are  good reasons for this. Chief among  these, are those of a sanitary nature  and that the dwelling houae may. not  obstruct sunlight entering tbe pen or  house of fowls.  Always,cnoIoiK! the yard with wire  netting, and this tn be not leBs than  gix feet high. Where wire ie not used  and the fowls allowed to run through  your, own iand neighbors' yards, gardens or front lawns, unpleasant con-  aequences invariably arise.  If the.lot it surrounded by a board  fence, a wire netting two or three leet  wide may be,strung along the top of  the fence, securing the aame to anrtnt-  ling pr poles nailed to the fence.  If the owner desiree to use part of  the yard for a vegetable garden as  well, a dividing fence of netting mould  be put up, and f>y having the whole  lot wired, the fowls may be allowed  acoese to the garden after the vegetables have been removed. This will afford the owner an opportunity to dean  up and apade over the poultry run ia  the, mean time.  Type of Building  For the coast district and adjaoent  islands, an open-front house may ba  used. In the interior, a front composed of either ooarse ootton, moveable  glass or a combination of both, ia  preferable.  The type ot house proper in any locality may be tbe aame, and may be  built according to owner's ideas. Theae  are the types generally used:  Woods' house, a semi-monitor, or.  in other words, the roof ou tbe south  aide atari* from a point usually two  feet lower from the ridge than th*  north aide; thia allow* window* to be  placed perpendicularly in the portion  above;, Tolman houae, with an uneven  roof, having, generally two-third* of  it* area sloping to the south, and th*  rest to the north. The southern root  also comes down a loot or two lower  than the north aide; the common shed  roof, with slant to north; the combination roof; which is practically a Tolman house reversed: so that the south  rool, is smaller in size than the north;  the gable, etc ;0f the roof style* enumerated, tbe shed rool is generally  cheapest to build. Where driving rains  ar* experienced, it i* advisable to place  a hood in front of tbe opening. If  possible, the door should be in either  the eaat, south, or west side, and,  where not much light is obtainable, a  window may be put in either the weat  or eaat tide.  A board floor is generally used, and  it i. advisable to build the house up  oil tha ground a lew inches, to avoid  dampness and harboring of nit;;. In  ���even climate, the houses may be  banked with stable manure or earth,  during the winter.  A foot board . should lie placed in  tbe doorway, to prevent the litter  from jamming the door, and this will  alao save considerable snow shoveling  ia winter.  Where the bouse is located near a  fenoe or building to the'north of it.  thereby offering proteotion from wintry  wind, and! storms, it need not be built  ���o deep a* when erected in a more exposed position. In any rase, it should  not be he* tkaa S feet, deop iu coast  and island sections, and not !"*s than  ten feet in'colder regions. Wl.ive tbe  fowls are confined (to the houae curing  the winter, they should be given at  least six square feet of floor apace  each. In }mitder sections, four may be  found satisfactory.  During the hot summer months, aB  much shade as possible should be supplied in the yards, either by natural  growth, auch as corn, sunflowers, artichoke*, etc., or by cotton screen or  board shelter.  Equipment  Very few fitting* will be needed. The  fewer the better. See that all at*  portable. Boosts of 2 x 3, or barked  poles may be plaoed running east and  watt, and from nine inohe* to a loot  apaoo allowed for each bird, according  to breed. A dropping board, two feet  wide for a single roost, or 3 to 114 feet  for two roosts, ahould be plaoed under  roost. Thia ahould be oleaned every  few daya, or not less than twice weekly, and the board disinfected with liinu  or liquid disinfectant. The house interior should be limewashed once yearly, all fittings being, removed at same  time.'The roosts,may be painted with  creosote or tar, to prevent the needing of red mites. In severe climate*  a dust-bath box should be provided.  It. should be so placed that' plenty pf  sunlight oan play upon it. It ahould  be about half filled with earth, with  which ha* been mixed some powdered  uulphur. It may be necessary to raise  the box on edge to prevent litter getting in. Neat boxes ahould not be leu  than 14 inline* square, inside measurement, and about one nest to from  three to five bird* allowed. Th* netting materials should be frequently  changed, and. burned when removed. A  water pan,6 preferably enamelled,  should be placed on a board at leaat  a foot above the litter, the board being broad enough to allow the bird  standing room when drinking, a grit  and shell receptacle, and, if desired,  a dry-mash box, or trough or board  for wet mash. A board/for wet mash  ia preferable It is much easier to  clean than a trough.  The simplest and beat form of dry-  mash hopper is just a plain box, any  size Or depth, with the top removed,  a latb should be nailed 'all around the  top, flush with the outside edge. Thia  prevents birds from scratching out tbe  Breeds to Select.  Choose one of the popular breeds,  and, above all, get healthy, vigorous  stock, and buy only those of a good  laying strain. If one finds it difficult  to make a choice, it is advisable to  visit a local fair or poultry show, and  then select.  If one wishes to buy mature atock  the beat time to buy is between the  month* of July, August and September. If pullets, then the month* ol  September, October, and November will  be found most suitable. Where the'owner does not intend to rear clucks, but  will secure layers, by purchase, no male  bird is necessary. On the contrary,  they are a detriment and expense.  Where a male is needed for breeding  purposes, it should not be kept after  the close ol the breeding aeaaon, unless a show specimen. AH males should  be killed or marketed Boon after th*  middle of June. The Department's  Bulletin, "Natural and Artificial Incubation" supplied free on applioation,  fully described method* to be adopted  when owners wish to rear their t>wn  ���took.  Above all, purchase from reliable  breeders. The writer cannot urge too  strongly on this point. It ia conning  almost certain failure, and consequent  disappointment, to purohaae stock from  dealera and huckaters. Very -few of  tbe latter-mentioned people can aupply  you atock that will give satisfactory  results. Numeroua instances have been  brought to the writer's notioo, , where  fowl* of uncertain age, and suffering  from almost every known poultry dia-  eaae, have been palmed off on unsuspecting people who have bought generally because tbe birds are secured at  at price at whioh reliable breeders cannot afford to sell.  By writing tho secretary, care of  Department of Agriculture, Victoria, a  list ot members of the Provincial Aa-  aooiation will bo lorwardcd (roe, giving  a full list of breeds kept.  Feed* and Feeding  Wheat should form the staple food,  and, with other hard grain, should ba  feed in deep litter to promote exeroise  and health. During the winter  month*, cracked corn may be fed to  advantage, feeding it in equal proportion to the wheat. The amount to teed  is boat judged by tho owner. Car*  should be taken to see that very lew  grain* are left at a reasonable time  from feeding. The times of feeding may  may be sot to suit the owner. 'Vhore  a dry-ma.h Is fed, it i�� not utomary  ��� -H..f'M'il"l"l-M-l"H-M'U"M 1 It 111"I"M"I-H"H"l"I"H'l-M"H-��-l  : PRODUCTIVE LAND j  *   '      ������'        '   '     **#*s**>*****m      I���II*       ussaa���������..i���*���*    ������    "I  HI ��� I I   .. I   '���     ���] ;    S-��-*��*-��*-*i**��*-����  If you are seeking  iiGootl Hay Land,  ]| Established Orchards,  :: Small Holdings,  ;j Fruit Acreage  ��� > apply to  ii R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  ' ' Telephone   -   L I  ���' Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  i�� __���__���   ���, List of properties (or sale on application  ^I^M^H���^4^���^���^1^^'H^^1^^H^l���^���^^^^^-H-I^M^M���1'���^^'^���^'M^^���^  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA B.C.  ���"tfr  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  to feed more than twice daily, morning and afternoon. It is important,  however, that the feeding periods be  punctual aud regular. Especially in  thia so during tho winter months,  when the birds naturally seek the roost  earlier in the afternoons.  Where it is not intended to raise  chicks, a wet mash, consisting^ of table  scraps, dried off with ground cereals,  may be profitably fed. Care should be  exercised in feeding table scraps,! however. Salted meats of alii kinds, pickles, mustard, or pepper, are .feeds of a  doubtful character. Trouble of a diarrhoea* and ovarian nature arisen very  frequently. Fat meats, potatoes or any  peelings, should be gifren sparingly.  Peelings, if fed' should be cooked, and  mixed with bran or shorts. A wet  mash may be fed in the morning, or  at noon, rather than at the 'evening  meal. Tho latter should be of hard  grain. The wet mash may be composed of table scraps ( if Urge they  ahould be run through meat-shopper),  and a sufficient quantity of bran, or  ground oats or shorts, so that the  mixture may not be too stioky.  Clam or oyster shell, aud charcoal,  should always be before the     birds.  To keep the birds in condition, to  get fertile eggs, and, incidentally to  reduce the feed bill, groen .food should  be supplied daily. This may be lawn  clippings, dandelion leaves, cabbage,  kale, rape, clover, alfalfa, duckweed  sprouta or mangolds, It is absolutely  necessary that green food be fed regularly in some form ar other.  The dry mash consists of a mixture  of any of the following, compounded  to the owner's liking��� bran, shorts,  white middlings, cornmeal and ground  oats, wheat, barley, or rice. Where  sufficient table scraps are not> forthcoming, fine-ground beet scraps should  ba added, the latter to consist of not  more than 16 per cent., of the ration.  The mash can* also be fed aB a wet  one is deeised.  Unless considerable yard room is  available, and also taking the losses  by cats, rats, etc, into consideration  it is much cheaper to purchase pullets  or mature stock annually than to rear  them.  Pullets at six or more months of  age, may, be considered purchased at a  reasonable price if secured for not moro  than 12.fid or S3.00 apiece. Yearlings  hens may.be bought at from $1.00 to'  $2.60, eaoh, according to breed and  age.  Diseases.  Fowls in good condition, fed and  treated rationally, very seldom suffer  from disease. It does not pay -ho doctor sick, fowls, excepting on very rare  occasions. This only when fowls are  needed for exhibition, or when they  are suffering from Blight colds or accidents.  All the contagious diseases, such   aa  THE TOWN BEAUTIFUL  The following is clipped from an  exchange. Think of what a change in  the appearance of any ronununity it  would make and what sweet repose at  night would be had if all citizen.,  would subscribe to and observe faithfully the promises.  I promise to keep my sidewalk  clean.  I promise to keep the gutter in  front of my premies free from weeds.  1 promise not (o throw fruit skins  or paper on the streets.  I promise to keep the weeds cut down  on my premises.  I promise to keep my backyard neat  and clean.  I promise not to walk across other  people's lawns and pathways.  I proinise\to do all in my power  to keep the town neat  nnd clean.  I promise to do all in my power to  help others lo keep this pledge.  I promise to keep my hens in my  own baok yard.  I promise to keep my cat shut up  over night.  I promise to get rid of my dbg  if it annoys my neighbors or is a  nuisance to others.  I promise to tend to my own af  fairs and not s|>eak slightingly ol my  neighbors.   ���  TWO   KILLED IN EXPLOSION  A distressing accident occurred upon  the ('.P.R. near Revelstoke last Thursday, when a boiler explosion completely wrecked the engine of a freight train  and killed the driver and tho fireman.  It is surmised that the boiler had  Iwen allowed to run short of water.  roup, colds, tuberculosis, "blackhead"  enteritis, oholera, chicken-pox, canker,  gleet, etc., may be successfully warded  off by preventing draughts, infeotion  from other diseased fowls, supplying  sunlight, keeping dropping boards  clean, replenishing litter when needed,  and removing name when soiled, regular sweeping of yard, spading same  after sprinkling lime nil over, and sup  plying permanganate of potash in the ,  drink/lng water all the time.  ln ooncfuBion, tho6 association feel  assured that if householder in all. of  the cities, towns and villages of the  province oould be persuaded to keep  a few head of poultry in their back  yards where none at present are kept  large sums of money would be kept  within the province, instead of, at tha  present time, leaving it for tho purchase of imported eggs and meats;  yards that are at present non-produc-  Mve, cauld bo mado to'help iolve th��  vexed question of tho high cost ot  living: and tho poultry industry of the  provinoe could be rhed on a Mill  higher plane than It has at present  ���o proudly secured. KELOWNA -RECORD   ! :.__..  THURSDAY, AtJQUST 28, 1913.  i        ,   i mi    nirt'i-'  VACATION DAYS  are now over for the boys and girls.  School has commenced and the boys need  es, New Suits  or perhaps odd pairs of pants.    Whatever their needs we were never so ready for" the  schoolboy as we are this season  w i- have ii complete stock with a lurgc and  \hiUil selection nl Norfolk and College, suit  styles made [rom good quality imported Scutch  and Kuglish Tweeds and fine Worsteds,  Unbeatable values in Hoy's Suits, Stylish  Russian Tweed suits trimmed with two rows  ol Brass Hul tons and Leather Belt, I nit toned  close lo neck, made from excellent quality IJng-  li.sli Tweed in a medium lien! shade of brown  wilh   a distinctive   greenish tint, also    plain  iiniwu and velvet cord, Si/.es to lit Inns from  3 lo 5 years, Prices from 83.50 lo. ,    .    .    ?".5o  Boys two-piece, Norfolk Suits are in great  demand this season and at our special prices  they are remarkable values. Thev will solve lor  many months tne problem ol securing a suit  that will look neat and wear well. Si/.es 2| In  2.s. Prices from S3.25 to M.*1  Boys two-piece Suits. These two-piece suits  are very popular tor boys wear because ol  their manly appearance and good wearing quality, made from good serviceable English tweeds  ill smooth looking double-breasted styles, I'.mts  are cut full bloomer style with sirup and buckle  Si/.es 2.S to 34. Prices from Jlj.50 to .    . $12.50  PRICES:  We are still offering our special  10 per cent, discount off all our  regular lines  Wonderfully low cut prices in Boys .School  slioes for the next week.  Boys Box Kip Bluchers, standard screwed sole  Si/.es 10 to 2. Regular J2.75. Our price .   . $1.95  Boys Gun Metal Bluchers, Goodyear welt. Si/.es 2'to 5. Regular S3.50 to $4.00. Our price 12.75  Schoo) Girls Boots in Viei Kid and BoxCalf  Strong and serviceable. Sizes 11 to 2. Regular  Jta.oo, Our price  .   .   $2.25  Growing Girls Boot in Vici Kid or Gun Metal  low heels and wide,toes and welted soles. Sizes  3 to 7. Good value at $4.00. Our price .   $3.25  Boys' Sncckers. Sizes 8 to 13, Rubber soles.   Our  price 50c.  Mens Solid Working Shoes. Guaranteed all  solid boot. Black or Tan with or without toe-  cap. Regular "..50. Our price $2.70  Mens Heavy Grain Blucher Bals. Extra clump  soles. Regqlar $4.50. Our price ....   $3.60  Mens Gun Metal Bluchers. Goodyear welt.  Regular S5.00. Our price J3-45  Ladies Patent Calf Bluchers. Sizes 3 to 7.  Good stylish lasts. Regular 55.00. Our  price ..'... f   .   .   .   J.3.75  Ladies Dongola Blucher Bals. Patinl lip Si/.es 3 to 7. Regular J4.00. Our price .   .   .   13.50  DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT=FALL MILUNERY  The firs* shipment ol Fall Hats for our new Millinery Department ha. ju.t arrived.     Thi. include, a fine range of L.die.', M..., .nd Children', trimmed .nd untriamd .Up-, .Uo  P lunli in ,h. latest .hades-burn. Orange. Cerise, New Blue, tte, and Silk Cord. In V.liou. colour..     The pnee. .re a. ..tr.ct.ve a. the good..  LADIKS PINAFORE APRONS  A large    assortment of lliese unri 11     11      the  mos1  attractive   and varied    styl s, the colors  being   [nun   White   lo Navy Blue.   The   prices  from S.sc. to Si-5"  NECKWEAR  Ladies witll be pleased to know that we have  received our fall shipment of Lace Novelties,  including Coat Sets and Collars, Dress Sets and  Collars wilh the Bulgarian ellects, also lawn  and Velvet Hows and Silk l'Towers. All exceptionally attractive.  WHITEWEAR'  We   are offering   a special discount of 15 per  cent off   all Whitewear this   week, thus giving  the public an opportunity to purchase the best  goods at extremely low prices.  a  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C.  -L_ THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918.  r - -i n   i ���        ��� -r-    -    ' -a  5L0WNA RECORD  Make all  Outdoors a  Playground for  Little Folks & Big  Brownie  Cameras  Qive all the fun of photography without any of the  bother. Are so simple a  child can use with good  results. Capable enough  for the experienced amateur.  Brownies, $1 to $12  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Goal mining right* ol the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albar-  ta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion ot  die Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  yeara at an annual rental of II an  aore. Not more than 2.56J aore*  will be leaned to one applioant.  Applioation for the leaae mult be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in which the rights applied for are  aituated.  In surveyed territory the land muat  be described by Motions, or legal subdivision, of sections, and in unsurvoy-  ed territory the tract applied for  ahall be rtaked out by the applicant  himjself.  Eaoh applioation muit be aooom-  panied by. a fee of III which will be  refunded if the right* applied tor  an not available, but not' otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five oenta per ton.  The person operating,the mine ahall  furnish the agent with sworn return*  accounting for tbe full quantity ol  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  righta are not being operated, nioh  return* ahould be furnished at ltasti  onoe a year.  The lease will include the ooal mining righta only, but the leaaee may  be permitted to purchase whatevsr  available surface right* may ba oon-  ���idered necessary tor the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 as aore.  For full information applioation  should be made to the secretary of  the Department,of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion land*.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B Unauthorised publication    ol  this advertisement will not be    paid  for.  REPOBT OF DOMINION MJNISl'ER  OF AGBICULTUBB  Hon., Martin Burrell, Dominion M n-  later of Agriouaure, Mas puuii.lied Lis  report Ior the year ending March 3i,  1913. It oontain* a very concern account of the experimental term aystem in Canada, it also  contain* the ordera-in-oouncil that wer*  passed affecting agriculture.  ducts it is pointed out that Ior   the  Regarding the trade in dairy .pro-  first time in uU year* no butter was  exported to the United jKingdom, but  on the other hand more than six and  one-hall million pounds were imported  into Canada during the year.  In ,addition to othor work accomplished by the seed branch, almost  nineteen thousand samples ol farm  seeds were tested Ior farmer* and seed  merchants.  The live stock department by means  of public sales, distributed'upward*, of  1,31)0 breeding aheap, about one-third  ol which war* pure-bred ram*, ln th*  record ol performance teat about 11)80  cowa have been entered.  A general outline of the great  amount of work accomplished by the  central fauns at Ottawa, and the III-  teen branoh farms and stations is given in the report. In Saskatchewan it  ia pointed out that the new spring  wheat. Marquis, yielded at the rate  of 81 bushels per acre. The more  recently introduced variety, Prelude,  was sent out Ior the teat last year.  More will be available for seeding in  1013.  Copies of this extensive report are  available to thoso who apply for. it to  the Publication Branch of the Department' af Agriculture at Ottawa.  P. fi. Willits il Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,' | B. C.  PHONE 19  Advert!**   in the    "Beoord" is you  w.nt quick results.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalrners  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  'Phono 240  P.O.Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinitto and Engineers  (Garage in connection)       ���,  Vl^e Renair   ��,w ^'" Machinery, Factory Machiijary,  P Steam Engine., Steam Fitting., Boiler*. Ca*  En��ine.,rv,otor Bo*U, Elevator*, Cement Mixer., Road Machinery  Automobile*  We Stock C,M RolIed s*iMn-'< B^"1 Screw��- Nul.,  and Engineer.' Supplie. ..  Ac>ma tot the f.moua  CADILLAC CARS  alao for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tiret,        \  Morgan 8c Wright Tirea,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK we have engaged the .arvice. of an  automobile eipart who haa had year, of experience in firat-claaa  ���hop..   We are giving .ati.faction to . great many car owner.  in the valley and oan ..ti.fy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A McQUARRlE, Proprietor,  ABBOTT STREET        - -        KELOWNA, B.C.  COAL BLOWN HOME BY TUBi.  itauuiuu-sinUh, .(ling.J Borough Council, which ha* a municipal alieotrioity  undertaking, and baa to arrange ior  the storage and delivery oi large  quantitie. of ooal, report, in favour  oi a ourioua scheme proposing to bring]  the coal from the wharf to the electricity work* by blowing it through a  pipe. lo enable the coal to pass  through the pipe water also would  have to be blown through, and the  report declare, that the mixture ol  ooal and water could be forced through  at a velocity oi , feet per second. Upon delivery al ihe eleotricity worn.  the ooal would be allowed to ae.tle  down in thu tunks, wheu the uuruiu*  water would be drawn off undu returned to the rivu. The coat ol the  eoheine ia intimated at .Su.lHW.  THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONGBESS  OF BEFBIGERATION  The third international congress ol  refrigeration is to be held in Chicago  September 17 to October 1, 1913. Ii  will be attended by delegates irom  over forty different countries, from I,-  200 to 1,600 foreign delegates alone  being expected. Then will,alao be  present delegations from the boards ol  health and aldermen of all the large  cities ofthe east. At the first meeting  ol this organization, held in 1'nris in  1906, there were 8,0(10 people in attendance, and at thia meeting a larger attendance is expected than at any  previous industrial convention aver  held in thin country,  This will also be an exceptional opportunity ior anyone interested in tho  building or running ol cold storage  houses to investigate the different  types ,of machinery and ol houses. At  the meeting oi the different sections  papers will be presented which will  embody the best thought of all countries on questiona of refrigeration and  ita application to looda and the industrial arta. The proceeding* ol the  oongrcss will be printed in five different languuges and all delegates will  be lurnished with a copy in the language he prefers.  The United States government lends  Its officint sanction to tho oongress  and exhibit and will prepare an exhibit ol its own, illustrating the best  practice ol ioing and storing fruit and  other food products.  A banquet wilt be given the delegates at which will Ik served only  such foods and beverages as are customarily held in cold storage. It is  proposed to give each guest at the  banquet a handsome souvenir menu  giving an officially certified history ol  each article of food served. Northwestern apples held in storage under  government experiment will bo one ol  the articles served.  Further information relative to this  congroBB oan be secured by writing  Mr. E. W. Skinner, 817 Exchange  avenue, Chicago, 111.   *   TO .STJaENUTllEN TOWi-Ii OF .'ISA  A mossage from Koine atate* that  step* an being taken to strengtnen  the famous leaning tower of 1'lau,  whioh is inclining more and mon, although imperceptibly) irom thu vertical. Its condition is considered to  be becoming dangerous. A committee,  presided over by the Binotor-Gencral  of Fine Arts, has decided to drain the  subterranean part of the tower, into  whioh water from the River Arno has  percolated, and ta broaden the foundation.  Amusements  At the Opera House Thursday, September- 4th, an extra attraction to the  feature picture* provided will be the  appearance of Mia* Lucy Welding and  Mr. Walter MoBaye with a programme  of dramatic recital*, which will include "The Palace of Truth" by Alfred  ���Sutro, author of "The Wall* of Jeri-  "0," "Sauce for the Gander," by 3.  There Smith, "Whan Charls* was  King," a costume playlet) and a scene  from Shakespeare's "The Taming of  the Shrew."  Misa Wobling ha* had a long and enviable oarear, having areatstl the role  of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" at tho  age ol eight, and, played it 640 tints*  at Terry'* thsatre, London, since when  she ha* supported all the leading Eug  !i*h, aotora, t and will bo ratnembered  mo/a reoen.lv Ior her beautiful conception of "Mimi" in, Dickens' "Tale  of Two Citi**."  Mr. MoBaye, long known ior hia  splendid interpntation ol Dr. Drum-  mood'. French "Habitant" character*,  the Folk Lore of old Uuubec, haa toured Canada, England and ths i United  States for many yoars, add lias never  failed in hi* (Sort* to provide wholesome amusement. He has, during recent yeara, made a study ol ao-oalled  "Tabloid" drama, and ha* fixed upon  * group of play* sure lo find reaponao  in popular fancy. Hr. McKaye is o  finiahad actor and impononator, aad  ha* *eored many hit* at home and  abroad.  Sir Gilbert Parlior, novelist and member of the Imperial Parliament ia making his present trip to Canada almost  solely to look after hia intereat* in  Britiah Columbia and also to writs  a novel with looal color, from the Pa  clfio  BAYONETS AND TELEPHONES  A regular army bayonet, conv  (rom an instrument of war and dea-  truction into an implement of peace  and conservation, now forms part of  the hand telephone kit of every forest  ranger in the United States Fonet  aervioe, suys the "Eleotrioal World."  These. bayonet* huvu binding posts fixed to their ferrules, and are used a*  ground rod* to eetabliah a return connection with tho single conductor telephone lines whioh an being built all  through the wilds of the principal national reserves. The most important  use for these lines ia the reporting of  forest fires. When a ranger wishes to  communicate with headquarter* he  takes a coil of bare wire from hie kit,  throws it over the nearest telephone  wire, and "saw*" on the two end*  until a good connection is established.  Meanwhile, his bayonet hus been thrust  deep into a moist pluce in the earth,  and with the circuit thus completed,  the lonely wayfarer con talk, report  his position, or summon help.  THE SPABB0W IN CANADA  A Canadian correspondent writes  to an English paper: "In Montreal  than ia on* bird very well abb to  look alter itself; that is the English  sparrow, which swarms in every street  They wera originally introduced into  Montreal, and have now spread aoroae  Canada, from Halifax to Vanoouver  and down into the United States. They  wer* brought over aa scavengers; two  thousand were liberated in this city,  oue thousand.at each end of th* oity.  At th* time they war* in great demand anyone who had a pair frequenting their house being considered very  lucky. However, today Ihey are not  thought of so highly, nn their numbers havs decreased thair value,"  ATTEMPT TO CHEAT GALI.OWB  Barry Wagner, alia* Fergueon, "Th*  Flying Dutchman," awaiting execution  at Nanaimo fur llie murder in April  of Provincial Constable Wostaway at  Union Bay when the latter attempted  to arrest him while in the act of burglarising the store of Mossrs, Fraser  snd Bishop, made a determined attempt to kill himself in his cell at the  Nanaimo jail last Friday morning.  Hurling himself licud f'rd against  the stone wall of the death ooll, Wagner attempted to batter out hi* brain*.  One ol the guards who have been on  watch continuously since lhe prisoner  was Buntenced, was busying himself  with some prison d,i <>l nt tho time,  and Wagner took advantage of tho  lact that the jail official's attention  was diverted to make hi* attempt at  sell destruction. He wa* quickly overpowered and heavily shackled, whilo  nn additional guard was placed on  duty.  Wagner wa* hanged in the courtyard at the jail yesterday morning.  WE CARRY  the  MAOT  AMMUNITION  TOO  AREN'T YOV TIRED OF BORROWING THE OTHER  FELLOW'S GVN?  IF YOV ARE NOT. LET VS WHISPER SOMETHING  TO YOVs  "HE IS."  OWN YOVR OWN THINGS) THEN YOV WON'T SPOIL  ALL THE FVN OF YOVR OVT1NG IN FEARING YOV'LL  BREAK THE GVN, OR WHATEVER YOV HAVE BORROWED.  IN SPORTING GOODS AND HARDWARE WE SELL  ONLY THE BEST. THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST FOR  YOV.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Suc.e..or. to the Morriaon-TIionipaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop i  Coate., Edward, ot Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Western Canners, Ltd.  FOR REFRESHING BEVERAGES  English Ginger Beer  Lemonade  Extra Special Dry Ginger Ale  Cream Soda  Ginger Ale  Kola Champagne  Lime Juice Soda  Organge Champagne  Soda Water  FINEST OKANAGAN CIDER.   Pints, per doz., $1.50 KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, AUGUST 98, 1913.  I WANTED! )  Prepaid Ratea: 2 cents per word  first insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for leBB than 25 centB.  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE - "Champion" potato  digger, cheap. Apply Geo. W. ScheU,  Rutland. .Phone 3103. 35-8-2  AU classified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for thute ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR SALE���Horse, single or double  driver. C. W. Dickson. P.O. box 289,  'Phone 128. 35tf  PROPERTY FOR sU.LV  FOR SALB��� 20 acres fine fruit and  hay land, six miles from Kelowna on  Vurnon road; ulsu 7-reouiod house  and two fine building loU eaWilsoa  avi.uws. All at very attraotiv* figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lake-  view hotel. 23tf.  FOR SALE, 10 ACRES bearing orchard at Rutland. About 'J00 treea  good commercial varieties, also small  fruits, good 8-room house and outbuildings. Terms easy. Also a number of colonies Italian bees. Apply  T. Barber,  Rutland. x  FOR SALE��� This is for a bargain-  hunter. 20-acres. all under cultivation, 700 two-year-old trees, house,  good water, eto. .Y" .' !"5 p?r acre.  Will take lots or city property as  part payment for quick sale. For par  ticulars write to Box. "D". Kelowna  Record. 24tf.  FOR  SALE-  -Bargain  for cash,  two .'���'!-  foot lots, e  djoining,  with  water  Wil-  son  avenue  . AddreM  Box  "M"  Ke-  core  office.  37-J<>  FOR SAI.K  On. hou.. on the Marty .utxliviiuoii  behind lio.pitnl. 14 rooms, hot and  rold watar, W.C, ou lar^ conicr lot.  Also one bungalow, 8 rooms, hot and  cold watar, W.C Also one in Abbott  Street, 7 roonia, hot nnrl fold water.  private W.C Easy terms. Apply B.  W. Butler. P.O. Rox lffi. 8BU.  FOB SALli- Thoroughbred Hblntmn  Bull1, at Harriss' Hawkaadale Ranch.  Apply E. Marvin, Manager. lOtl  FOB SALE��� F.n-o posts, Fir. Apply  Cathar. 'Phone HI. 22tf.  FOK SALE��� Young pig); roglttsred  Uorknhir. first class breeding stock;  ulso eggs lor hatching. Barred Bpcks  Bull Orpingtons, r.-s. Bhods Islaud  Beds, r.-e. Brown l.*jhorn��. Apply  J. Bateman, Vernon Bond, Kelowaa.  ���iUtll  FOK SALE��� Driving horse, buggy and  linrncis. All in pcrloct condition. Box  4-18. ��  FOR SALE���Good range, maohine, and  shuck. inquire I'annury, Eating  house kitchen. 39-41  FOK SALE ���I'pnir general purpose  horses, double wagon and harness.  Iron Age potato planter and digger,  plows, harrows and other ranch implements. Apply, J.R. Silver, Glen  more. 39-41)  FOR SALE���Hay. Timothy and clover  and alfalfa, delivered or in stack  Phone or apply ut Central Okanagan  Land. Ltd. or Glenmore Ranch. 37-10  FOR SALE��� Solid rubber tired buggy  bull bearing bicycle wheels, und ain-  gle sot driving harness in first class  condition. English saddle and bridle.  Apply, E. W. Wilkinson. P. 0. Box  251. ' 38...  FOR SALE ��� Ono general purpose  horse (used for driving, saddle or  orchard work) one pony (nice saddle  horse lor children) and one heavy  Clydesdale colt (2 years old). All  three very gentle. Apply Dr.. P. ,-d-e  Piyifer, Mission Ranoh, Kelowna, B.  C. 40-41  B==  FOR S/iLE��� Good Sow and litter ol1  Pigs.    Apply   to   C.   H.   Pitt, But-1  land.  40-42  FOR SALE, PHAETON- In first olass  order, with top an I rubl.er tires.  Terms. Apply D. Lec'-iie. -10  FOR SALE���Milk cow. Shorthorn and  Holstein. Address T. N. Ryall, Kelowna. 40-41  BOARD AND ROOMS  1'0 LET- ROOMS- Suitable lor on.  or two gentlemen in good district.  Phone. Apply Box "Q" Record ol-  flca. -10.  SITUATIONS WANTEB  FARM HELP.- Mnn deairee positien  on ranch at once. P. 0. Box 118.  Kelowna. 38-40  WANTED���by experienced young wo  man (Canadian) Situation a. general. Apply Box A. B. 195. Kelowna  B. C. 39-10  WANTED��� Position by young lady as  housekeeper, help, cr i_ow<n ss, Apply Box, "P" Record r.ffice. 40  WANTED��� Low priced lot for Immediate building. Stato locution and  price. P. 0. Box 67. 40  LOST-WATERPROOF COAT- at tbe  baseball grounds on Thursday, Aug.  14, alter game. Finder please return  to Record office. Reward. x  Tender* will be accepted lor t-w refreshment booths at th* A. b T., (air,  September 23rd and 24th. Tenders  must be mads for the two booth, or  for on*.  Tenders to be in the aecretary'. office by Mondayinight, Sept. 1.  HARNESS FOB SAL*  Ona second    hand heavy team harness. On* aecond bond single    Bon.  work harneaa.  Thomlincon,  ���lUtl. Harness Maker.  PRIVATE SALE OF FURNITURE  High class furniture, pictures, china,  and silverware for private- sal*.  Horrooke,  40tf. Willow Ave.  WANTED ��� Position     as   lady help.  Hood cook, Box 29C, Kel -wna.     40  HOUSES ETC. FOR KENT  HOUSE    TO     RENT - On St. Paul  street,    Beven    rooms,    bath,   W.C.  electric light, modern in every    respect. Apply 0, G. Buok. 'Phone 216.  39tf.  FOR SAI.I'- Stool range, 30 galloi  water boiler. New, cheap I ir ininiod  into salr1. Also quiet Shetland pony,  buggy and harness. Good house te*  rent. Apply A. R. Shea, Hanmore.  House. 40-41.  I  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO EXCHANGE- 10 acres  improved land in Kelowna district  ior improved prnirie property. Ap  ply C.  Cttsroso,   Kelownn. 40-43  KELOWNA BOARD OF SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  Tenders are invited for 25 ricks - of  wood to be delivered to the Frame  School in Richter atreet and 10 ricka  to the High School in Leon avenue,  Wood to be dry 20-inch .pine and fir,  or cottonwood and to be delivered by  1st Oct. Tendere received up to the  15th Sept.  N. D. McTAVISH.  40-41 Secy. Sohool Board  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    .:     B.C.  7'HE following are illustration, of aome of  the popular models for 1913 and among  them will be found style, suitable for the different figures, all made with that care and precision  which ha. made the name C- C a la Grace  famous. To every pair i. given that minute  detail of manufacture necessary to a perfect  corset: the beat of material, in the construction  and proper inspection as to workmanship, so  that each pair is fully guaranteed in every particular. See that thc name C-C a la Grace i.  on every pair.  Well gowned women are careful to have two or three corsets in  constant wear.  A slight difference in thc model will make all the difference in the  set and drape of an evening gown���or a tailor-made.  When buying your new gown, it is a good idea to get a C/C a la  Grace to go with it  A medium low buat  modal with long toft  ���kin, suitable for tho  ivtrage fin-ire, trimmed!  with embroidery and  made of an eitta fine  quality coutil, in lizes  18 to 26  0  d��aiu/u  siaee  CORSETS  are made fn many styles and many sizes to suit fashion's every possible requirement. Each model gives perfect case and comfort to  the wearer.  Models 693, 575 and 715 arc niltablo tor dim, girlish figures.  For medium figures we recommend Models 705, 727 and 837.  Models 666, 777 and 633 are belt for fully developed figures.  Decado, apecial model  for full ana atout figure...  hip-reducing atrapa, medium buat, apecial quality  coutil, wide duplex eteele,  extra atrong coraet, aixee  20 to 36  Maternity waiat,  in fin* coutil,  front, aido end  back lacings,  aizea  20   to 30  Very  ' popular  low butt model,  wibh long akirt,  made in fine qu��  lily coutil, auit-  able for arerage  and full figurei,  aizea 16 to 30  I  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  J  About Service  You know it is hard lo have a satisfactory  delivery service in Kelowna because the  city coven so much territory, but we are  doing our utmost to give you the best  service possible by making six trips  every day with our big automobile.  We adhere as closely a. possible to the  following schedule and if we are occasionally late it is simply because we cannot avoid it. We have two men on the  car and two men in the store doing their  best to get the goods delivered according  to schedule.  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday mornings  East 8.45 & 10.45  Tuesday and Friday mornings  East at 9.45  i  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday mornings  South at 9.45  Tuesday and Friday mornings  South 8.45 Ac 10.45  Eveiy Afternoon (except Thursday)  East 2.45 & 4.45       South 3.45  Wednesday and Saturday Noon  Manhattan Beach  Remember our motto:  "QUALITY AND SERVICE"  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  ACCIDENT CLAIM MEET8 PROMPT  SETTLEMENT  Tha following letter from ths mayor on behall oi the Corporation ot  ill. City ot Kelowna haa just bean  received by Messrs, Mulhollend ts Zere-  nor, local nguita lor the British Columbia Aooident a. Employers Liability losuranos Compant Ltd.  Gentlemen,���  I hereby acknowledge the receipt ol  a ohsqu. lor On. Thousand Dollar.  ($1,000.1X1) trom your Head Office in  payment ot tha Fatal Accident Claim  of tha Legal Bepresentativss at the  lata A. C. Pettman, under your oom-  panjr'a policy "C" 1014-1033, insuring  twenty member, of the Kelowna Volunteer Fin Brigade.  Kindly accept my thanks for your  effort* to expedite ths speedy setU*.  ment oi thin elsim, and th. very satisfactory result thereof.  Th* Britiah Columbia Aooident \  Employera' Liability Insurance Com-  pany is certainly to be congratulated  upon it* prompt action 4a this matter. Tours vary truly,  J. W. .TONES.  Mayer.  NOTICE  Any person wanting a nioe  handy FRUIT WAGON, capacity two tons, and all hand  made, call at  The Kelowna Carriage Works  J. N. Cameron, Prop.  White Restaurant  50c.   DINNER   50c.  6-8 p.m.  Saturday, August 23rd, 1913  Scotch Broth  Salmon  Mayonnalee  Rc.it Puck   Apple Sauce  Rossi Beef  Currie and Rice  Spaniah Cream  Pica  Stewed Fruita  T  : i  ���  Miss M. E. Farrell  Drtssmalw on Ellis Stmt  wiahaa to. announce tint she ha*  juat received a complain Un. oi  atylea and .ample* ot  Fall Suits and Coats  and ia now ready to take order*  far  m*d*-io-moeaura   jarm.nla  for the Crown Tailoring Co.  Second Hand  Harness  II you hare .ay to **U or if yeu  want to bay, ss*   '  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about It.  li yes want your kameee pre-  parly aad quiakly REPAIRED.  Altered or flisatil, ThwsHais* ia  your man.   Ha apodal!*** la  Harness Repairing  and put* hand aewing into all work  First st��n bsyssd Baak si Use-  trsaL WATER ST., KELOWNA  FALL FAIRS      _.  Than will be 52 tall lair, held in  B. 0. tins year, thoroughly covering  the provinoe, whioh ha* been divined  into numerous circuit*.  TV* dot*, for tbe town*   included in  circuit; four ar* aa follows:  Salmon Arm Sept. 23 ud 24  Kamloops    -      ���    ��� Sept. 94 to   38  Kolowna Sept. 91 and 03  Armstrong Oct 8 and 9  PenUotoD - - - - Oct. 97 and 98  Summerland - - Oot 91), 30 and 81  Vernon .-.-���.       Nov, 4 to 7  4  BIRTHS  BOKN-To ths wife of Mr. A. W. Pet-  erman on August 19th, a daughter.  BOKN-To tho wit* ol Mr. A. Nash on  August 91st, a daughter. ,  BOBN -To the wile ot Mr. A. H.  Crichton on Auguat 23rd, a daughter; at the Groavanor Nursing Boms.


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