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Array .fe��;ifcS*5  VOL VI.  NO. 28,  Regular Meeting  o[Hly Council  MONEY BY-LAWS   RECEIVE RATEPAYERS APPROVAL  That th* thres money by-law* voteo  ' upon last week by th* ratepayen to  raise 18600 for road machinery, 1(3000  ior an automobile fir* truck aad other  apparatus, and $13000 for a nsw unit  to th* oity's eleotrio light plant, had  passed by .overwhelming majorities wa*  the   lubitanot of a report by tht city  Amalgamation of Local  Land Companies  Will,    INAUGURATE   PAH-BEACHING CHANGE IN LAND  SETTLEMENT  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1914.  That the Kelowna Land and Orchard  Company have entered into an arrange  ment to lease the land owned by tho  South Kelowna Land Company, was  the information jiivin to the Uncord  by lb. T. W. Stirling, who has   just   .. , .,returned to   Kelowna alter a lengthy  clerk at laat Friday'a masting of thrfjvitit to tht Old Country.  oity oounoil. enanjaajnieaBnfaajtma,  Tht figure* of tht polling wen    at  follows:  Nt). 158, Bond Machinery, 01 for and  IS against.  No. 15��, Fir* Truck, 63 for    and V  egaintt.  No. 160, Eleotrio plant, 66   tor and  6 against.  Mayor Jones atked what wat being  don* in regard to tb* new fire truck,  tie bad been away at tha tin* but ht  understood thut tender* had been called ior. i  It w*t pointed out that price* and  speoifiontions had bttn tubmitttd by  th* Burbank Motor Co., for a rebuilt  "Buiok" oar, and Irom tba Kelowna  Garage Co., for a rebuilt ''Cadillac".  Tht city olerk read over the letter  Irom tht lire brigade which appeared  in the report of a previous council  masting in which it waa stated that  the brigade had decided to reoommend  tb* purchase of tbe recouetruottd Cad-  iltac car bom tht Ktiowna Garage k  Machine Worka, .Ltd.  Mayor Jones said that il tht committee were aatitlitd that thit wat tht  bett oar, it ahould bt ordered at one*.  Alderman Battenbury taid that at  chairman of th* fin oommittee he waa  pretent when th* ttatt oi tht two  oan wan mad*. Ha had underttood  tht committee appointed by th* brigade to be in favor oi the Burbank  Motor Coi't oar and Ussy had actually reported in favoi oi it.' ��� It had  shown up very ntuoh better in tb*  hill olimbing tests and it wa* olaimed  it had more powtr. It wat baud**,  between thnt and lour hundred dob  Ian cheaper than tht other ear. Hi  had bean jutt a little turpristd at  thrir decision.  Beltrring to Alderman Battenbury't  remarks, Alderman Sutherland aaid  tha point waa whether the oounoil wot  to abide by the fin brigade's recommendation or reopen th* whole matter and go into the merit* ol tht two  can themaelvee.  Alderman Taylor wa* in favor of  leaving tha purchase entirely with the  fin brigade.  Mayor Jones   taid that would    bt  quit*   right if th*   decision had been  arrived   at   at a representative meeting oi tha brigade.  Alderman Battenbury aaid thit  wat  $1.50 ?m  Loss of Great Oceao Liner  Strikes Horror through Canada  C.P.R. tl mm  Okanagan Valley  Thit arrangement' hat meant ths  lution of the interests ot the two c roi-  paniea, the direct management being  vetted in the K. L. O.  'We intend to develop thit land lor  mixed farming purposes" said Mr.  | Stirling. "We ahall still offer Iruit  lands for tale: but we do not intend  lo allow our landt to lay idle any  longer���we shall use them up to their  lull capacity."  "Then this soheme is likely to have  a far-reaohing effect upon the development ol the valley" the interviewer  suggested.  "We have got to get down to a now  basis in regard to telling land and  development generally," Mr. Stirling  replied. ''We shall try to make it much  easier lor people settling on the land.  "Our proposition, which we hope to  make attractive, ie really to lease the  land on easy terms, giving the farmer  the option of purchase,"  "What would be the terms" Mr. Stirling was aaked,  "Our idea," he said, "is to lease the  land in 20, SO or 40 acre lots Bt ths  yearly rent oi $10 per acre lor the  tint two years, and I}] 5 per acre al-  terwards, the latter figure to include  the usuul $5 per acre for water charges. The period oi the lease would  be ten years, but the occupant would  have the option ol purchasing at any  time.  'While I am not for a moment uncertain about the future of ihe fruit  industry, each district must be properly balanced, and we have got to get.  down to the fact that we must produce some of the cnormoua quantities  of produoe whloh is at the present  time being imported into the valley."  Wt understand from Mr. Stirling that  the schema will ba put into operation  at an early date.  EMPBESS OF IRELAND SINKS IN COLLISION  THOUSAND   SOULS  WITH LOSS OF OVER  Kelowna's Connection With  Great Marine Disaster  (Continued on Page Nint)  Mr*. E. L. Croat left for Winnipeg  thit morning on a visit to Mends.  a   a   a  Mr. Geo. Ritchie has secured .he  contraot ior building the n*w addition  to Messrs. Stirling and Piteairn'e pack  ing house. The total floor apace that  tha oompany will now have at thtir  ditpotal will amount to 17,000 square  feet.  ate'  Th* Kalowna Growen Eaohenge aro  alto extending thtir premises and an  putting in a further building oottlng  about 15,000. Another packing houte  it to bs constructed tor thi* oompany  on tha K.L.O. bench, and an addition  will alio be mad* to thtir thtd at  Rutland.  tea  Mr. Geo. E. Ritehie ha* secured th*  contract tor building a modern ��w*i-  dene* (or Mr. J. Stirling at South Kalowna. Thit gentleman it a ntw arrival In tha dittriot from th* OH Country and it, w* understand, a relative  of Mr. T. W. Stirling.  g ������  COMPLETE   OFFICIAL  FIGURES  (Special dispatch to Record)  Montreal, June 4.��� Tht final  official figuret of the Emprett  disaster furnished by th* C.P.R  ���how that 452 persons wen laved, making a total lots oi 1034  toult.  If Mr. Geo. Markham had carried out  hi* original intentions, he, and his lam  ily would probably have shared the  fftte of tht many hundred* ol souls  who lost their lives in the icy waters  of the St. Lawrence.  He had decided to sail by the Emprett but one of hit friends strongly  advised him to travel by one ol the  slower boats, as the longer tea passage would likely benefit his wile's  health. His friend knew the captain  and officers of a vesso! ailing at a  convenient date and offered to give  him letters ol introduction so that  hit wife would receive ���: r attention  on board.  In thinking thit over two or    .hreo  daye elapsed, but Markham deoided to  tail by a fast   steamer and get    his  wife over to the other side as quickly  at   possible.'   Accommodation   oould  not then be had on the Empress boat  and he and his family sailed by    the  Allan liner Calgarian.  John.Gibson, who resided in Kelow-  a    for about   three years, aud who  tailed by the steamer, is reported   to  be among thoae saved.   For a contid-  | arable portion oi tht time that he waa  her* he wat employ.n   j  the    South  I Kalowna Land Co.  Mitt Janet Riddoli, of the Kelovna  hoapltal etaff hat, we regret to say,  lo*t a (later by the calamity. She was  a stewardess on board the ill-starred  ship.  Mr. A. E. Stillman, ol Calgary who  is among those loat wat well known  to many Kalowna people. He took a  prominent part at the recent Sunday  sohool convention at Enderby. Prior  to this meeting he was in Kelowna for  a couple of weekt, and on two or  thnt occasions led the singing at the  [Baptist ohuroh..  O >  'the whole civilised world hat bttn  stirred to itt depths by the appalling  catastrophe to the Empress oi Ireland.  Never in the history ol the Dominion  has such a terrible calamity occurred  in Canadian waters. It is only equalled in itt ghattly horror by that of the  Titanic two years ago.  The ill-fated ship marked th* bright  of achievement in modern marine architecture. Like tha Titanic, tb* vessel, wat popularly regarded as practically beyond the reach ol accident, yet  in tourteen minutes the giant liner carried to their doom close to a thousand bouIs.  The disaster came before the people  on the ship had lie nn to consider  themselves in peril. The vessel was  still in the St. Lawrence river. Only a  few hours previously had the hawsers  been cast off from the wharf at Quebec  when as it wen, without a moment's  notice, and while yet within sight ol  shore the Danish collier Storstad  crashed into the Empress, ripping hsr  wide open from mid-ship to stern.  The accident is all' the more difficult  to understand as    the latest information at the time of writing i s    that  the weather    was not actually foggy  when the calamity occurred but   only  misty.   The Emprett had passed Bim-  ouiki at 1.30 a.m., and wat on    her  course.    Captain Kendall was on   the  bridge and ordered   the ship    slowed  down.     Then he made out the lights  oi an approaching steamer.    He    signalled with three blast* of the whistle,  "I am continuing my course" and the  collier answered,    indicating that the  signal had been underttood. The vessels wire far apart when that* rignak  watt exchanged.    At they oame nearer  Captain Kendall sounded   the whittle  twice, indicating "'I am stopping." The  lights ol the collier oould be seen   approaching and the captain of the Empress signalled   the engine room    to  reverse and steam full speed    astern.  'But the big liner could not avoid the  smash.   One theory expressed is   that  the Storstad wat endeavoring to cross  the bow of the larger boat.    At   all  events, her note missed the bow of the  liner and plunged into her amidships.  As some of tho survivors have stated,  It was not a severe shock, but the impact was at the spot where the double hull and bulkheads    were of    no  avail.  Stories of the frightful panic whioh  broke out in tbe darkness as the ship  listed and her lights went out; oi the  futile effortt to lower the boats, ol  the gallant efforts oi the captain, the  ship's surgeon, Dr. Grant, and crew  to save thoae in their charge from a  | watery grave, will long bt remembered  in the annals oi maritime disasters.  The horror of the interval during  which the Emprett of Ireland was  rapidly filling and the freighteued passengers on board her were l.ur..".ng  and making every (Sort to cup* he-  fore she sank, was added to by nu explosion oi tha boiler*, oauied by the  I inrush of water, and whioh hurled people from her decks out into the sea.  vjo the Salvation A'tnj the lose ol  th*. ship meant the loss of many of  th* mott prominent members oi the  Army in    Canada.     To the bereaved  comrades Canada offers her deepest  sympathy as well a* to the hundreds  ol families who are in mourning today.  GRAPHIC STORIES OF THE  RESCUE  Dr. James F. Grant, oi Victoria, B.  C, ship surgeon on the ill-fated Empress, who did heroio work in saving  a number of the passengers gives tne  following graphis description ol the  harrowing scene on board the liner:  "I was in my cahin," he aaid, "and  knew   nothing oi the accident    until  the   boat    listed    so badly that  tumbled out of my berth   and     then  rolled under it.    I tried to turn    on  the light, but   there was no    power.  When I finally got out and    reached  the passageway, it was so steep,   due  to tho way the ship listed, that it was  impossible to climb it.  "i managed to get my bead through  port hole but I waa unable to get  my shoulders through. At that    time  the ship was Ijing almost flat in the  water on her starboard side.    A   passenger was   standing on   the   pUted  side ol the ship and he finally    managed to pull me through the port hole.  "About a hundred passengers   were  gathered on the    side ol the ship    at  the time, but a moment alter I   joined them the vessel took   another list  and plunged to the bottom.   I   found  myself   in the water and   swam    towards the lights of the steamer istor-  F'.od and when nearly exhausted Irom  the struggle and the exposure I   was  picked up by a life boat.   Thia   boat  picked    up a load ol survivors     and  then took them on board the Storstad  They were wrapped in blankets and  IMPOBTANT STATEMENT BY VICE-  PRESIDENT MeNICOL  Re-WaJm  mmmw   ^Bav^ajpwtnpaanw     uMmm^ma^aamm  toEBtLWM  ADDRESS BY MB. W. J. BULMAN  OF WINNIPEG  On bis return ea��t, after a visit to  tht Okanagan, Mr. David MoNicoll,  vice president oi the C.P.R., in the  course oi an interview said:  "On every hand throughout the  Okanagan Valley there is evidenoe of  great development in Iruit farming. I  was struck with the number of new  orchard* whieh are dotted all over the  dittriot. Proaptott are for a splendid  crop thi* year. I motored from Kelowna to Vernon, and everywhere I  found farmers very optimistic Market  ior British Columbia fruit it inertis-  ing (very year in aympathy with '.ht  settlement and development of prairie  provinces. The quality of produoe in  my opinion, compares very favorably  with the fruit of Nova Scotia and Ontario and ia ahead of th* California  article.  Transportation facilii a tor fruit  I from British Columbia have oiten  been criticised but the tact remains  that the iruit it there, and it haa to  be  got   out oi there.   Tha vall*y   it  .       j u    _>.,�� ���      ..      ��� u*��� "rougnt into ninnipez  tapped by Afferent Canadian railways ^^^ mjm for JJJJJ  Mr. W. J. Bulman, ot Wianintg addressed tbe Board oi Trad., Friday  evening on the work ��xf th* Ban* Reunion Association and Winnipeg Irxhw-  trial Bureau. Mr. Bulman it ��� brother ol Mr. Tho*. Bulman oi Ktiowna.  Th* tpeaker, who stated ha wa* ont  oi the founders oi the former institution, whioh ha* for It* object* th*  bringing out oi tb* families of' British  settlers, traced tht movement from it*  inception.  Owing to th* effort, oi the Association, ba aaid, $100,000 wat no* spent  ���vary year in Winnipeg which would  have been tent out of tbe oountry.  After the Winnipeg experiment, th*  movement rapidly became popular, and  at the ireaant time then wen branched in 36 cities in Canada stretching  | from Vanoouver to St. John. The  enthusiasm in Toronto was moat  marked and that city waa bringing out  I more families now than Winnipeg.  During tbe three yean of the Association's existence 9547 families had  been brought into Winnipeg, which rep-   I  wat provided with clothes. Vhon  able I did what I could to help the  survivors. Some of them, however,  were jn such exhausted condition they  soon died." i  'After t he collision," said Dr.  Grant, "an attempt was made to  lower the boats on the starboard side.  The first one was thrown clear and  the tailors in it ware thrown out. A  boat was overturned. Then some of  the port boats were flung across the  deck by the list of the ship and several people were killed. They were  crushed to death against the railings.  I believe that the chief officer, Mr.  Steele, lost his life when these boats  catapulted through the crowd.  "There was no dieorderliness among  the crew. The captain and other officers remained on the bridge until th*  vessel sank. It was jutt seventeen  minutes from the time the wat  rammed until she sank below the  surface. Comparatively only a few  were able to obtain the lifeboats and  praotically all were iorced out in  their nightolothes into the icy water  Several hundred clung to the rail  until the vessel canted over so far  that it wae necessary to climb over  thejail and sit on the plate* on tht  tldo. Then, as she heeled over further, they slid down into tht water."  Mr. K. A. Mclntyre, one of the few  Salvationists retoued told a vivid  ttory ot hit experieucee:  'Virtually every leading officer     oi  at various suitable points and suffi  eient means for the shipment of the  fruit are already at th* command ol  the railways, but there it little doubt  but that they will be dealt with  they arise, to tht best interests of  growers and public alike. Th* C. P.  B. will spend muoh money in the  Okanagan this year and next and we  will gridiron it with railways before  long."  The concluding remarks oi tha Interview are oi more than mere patdng  interest. It ie significant that fur  some time past tht company's officials  have been giving much attention to the  question of handling this season's crop  which, from present indications will be  a heavy one. Only recently Genaral  Supt, Petan, Sunt. 'McKay, Captain  Gore and other* wan in the district  accompanied by Mr. R. Bobertson, ol  the United Growers. While passing  through Kelowna it was hinted that  tteps would be taken to bring about  the more expedition* handling end  delivery to prairie po'nts of carhiad  shipments oi fruit and produoe. On*  of the prospective improvements will  gary and other point*,  probably be daily fruit trains to Cal;  The mon-  Mayor Shows Confidence  in Kelowna's Future  (Continued oa Pan 7.)  Opening of New Race Tract aod Polo Ground  NEW VENTURE OF SPORTS ASSOCIATION   INAUGURATED WITH AFTERNOON'S RACING  At an instance ol his unbounded optimism of the future of Kelowna,  Mayor Jones haa thia week purchased  tb* whole of Dr. Gsddee' personal real  .state property in the city which includes lour houses fronting on Bernard  Richter and Lawson avenud and alao  Lone Pine Cottage on Manhattaa  Beach.  The figure at which the property  changed hand* is a little over 196,000.  Thia is on* ot tb* largest deal* put  through in Kelowna in recent yuan.  Dr. Gaddea it leaving the oity to  take up permanent retideno* at San  Diego, Calif., when hi* business iuler-  etti require personal attention. Ht hat  been a resident oi Kalowna for th*  patt nint yean and wat closely identified with th*' Central Okanagan  Land Company, and tht Kelowna Irrigation Company.  , O  MR. A. R. LORD RESIGNS   FROM  ey advanced waa repayable to the Association in easy monthly instalment*,  plus six per oent., interact. There had  practically been no Iocs to th* association in its collection*; and at tba  association was granted a boosting  agents license, and received the ordinary passenger agents' commission en  the sale ol the ticheta, they wan $4,-  000 in band.  Tbe tpeaker gave several instanoet of  the improved conditions ol families in  Canada r.a compared to the old ooun  try. He cited one particular can  where the children's wag** on the  other side only averaged 11.17 each  [per week, whereas the lirat job thty  secured in Winnipeg���bsrtore they had  even beoome acnieinted with t'aniJitn  I condition*���a vtragada |7.<5 aaoh par  week. Anotbrr family in t'gataea  months had not only paid bask t'e  I money that had been advanced, but  now owned their own home in Winnipeg.  Speaking on the industrial bureau  Mr. Bulman mentioned they had a  membership ot 1900 which they w*n  | endeavoring to increase to 9000. Tha  membership iee waa 130, and a* th*  oity council contributed an annual  [grant ol 195,000, they had at their  disposal about 150,000 for advertiaing  purpon*. T hey paid their publicity  [oommiiiioner $7,000 per annum.  Mr. Bulman dealt at ooostdsrabU  length on tbe work the bureau waa  I doing, and at th* conclusion of Ut address wa* accorded a vote of than'-'*.  Owing to other attraction*, and tne  very fin* weather we an having jutt  now, than wa* only a very nutvtrt  audience pretent over which Mayor  Jones presided.  O  Rutland News  mt  Rev. Wm. Vance preached hit fan-  wall sermon on Sunday evening last.  He gave a resume ol th* work ia th*  ! dittriot during hit lour yean tw  dsooe and will ever remember Rarkwi  with kindly feelings, it bring hit tint  | appointment and first ministerial  He urged the members to live  up to the teachings of tht churoh and  exercice Christianity, Charity aad  Sympathy to all.  The organisation meeting ol tbe Fire  I Brigade War Canoe wat postponed  from Tuesday the 2nd to Monday, the  8th oi June. The meeting will be held  in the Fin Hall on that day at 8  p.m.  The afternoon's program of races  whioh marked tha opening yetterday of  tha new race traoa of the Kelowna  Sport* Association proved very suc-  osesful.} Due, however, to ths rather  unfavorable weather, and to the rival  attraction of an excursion to Vernon,  the attendance was not very good. The  new grounds, which probably many  Kelowna people, visited yesterday for  the first time, are certainly beautifully situated, and although considerable  work ia yet needed to put them Into  condition they promise to amply .lustily the Sports Association'* claim to  have one ol tbe finest grounds in the  interior.  Th* Sports Association had its ori  gin in the Polo Club, and six year*  ago they were left without a polo  | ground, owing to the subdivision of  Mr. Fasciaux' ranch by tha South Kclowna Land Co., ao a law of th* member* oi the club worked up a proposal  to buy a piece oi ground tuitabb for  all other sports and pastimes. It waa  | hoped that the Mission Sports Club,  and various city okibs would be glad  oi a plaoe to play il a oentral location were chosen and with this idea  in view the present po'o irrounds wa*  chosen. A company was formed and  share* sold st 895.00 a than sufficient  to buy the land and fence it. But un-  |til thit year,    owing to lack of fundi  (Continued on Pag* Tta)  PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF  A special meeting of the Board ol  School Truatow wa* held Tuesday  morning to oon.ider th- resignation  of the head master ol the Publio school  Mr. A. B. Lord, B.A. Mr. Lord, it  waa announced had received a more  important appointment in Vancouver,  aad it wa* with very great regret that  [the trustee* wen obliged to a Kept  hia resignation, which will take (fleet  at the end of the sohool year in July.  During hit tour yean in Kelowna,  Mr. Lord hat fulfilled the duties of  tsasd teacher in a highly satisfactory  and efficient manner and oonnder.iblo  improvement ha* ban made in tha  conduct and discipline ol the utool.  aa well as a great advance in tbe educational standard of the various clea-  a.  Other ohange* will also be mad* In  the teaching staff as we understand  that Mitt Doherty and Min Raid will  alao be leaving n*xt month.  On Friday a good number ot th*  friends of Mr. and Mr*. Vance met at  the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woolsey aad a puree ol nearly $100 wa*  handed to Mr. Vance, by Mr. C. Duncan who vary kindly gave hi* time ia  | interviewing tb* resid��nts. Several  people *xpre**sd their rogrett at losing  Mr. Vance, but as that gentleman waa  [only going to Wm ������ m-ctad   to  keep In touch with Rutland.  .   a   .  Mini* Ida and -Toy Fleming Mat o *t  invitation* to a number ot the young  folkt to attend n rrr! ��� ih<vr.hoat*  on the Vernon Road, despite tht rainy  weather it wa* well attended, and attar nnmerou* gamoa, songs, etc., th*  guests depart*!, tired of nar'ng "Wait  till th* ctoudt roll by" and winded  thtb^daifc and muddy, though happy  way hojBcward.   O���,   W�� understand that th* B. C. 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Tho ciicula-  tion ol the "Record" has increaecd by  leaps and bounds, and the reBult "I recent efforts in this direction haB been  to place the "Record'" in the front  ronk, of inferior weekly papers ol the  province.  This week we are pleased to announce thnt wc hnve secured the amis.  tance of Mr. W. Beaver Jones in the  editorial work of tho paper. Mr.  .Ioih-h' journalistic experience on somo  of tho lending papers, both in Citn ida  and in tho (Mil Country will, we nre  sure, considerably augment our etforts  in making the "Record" a bright .ind  informative publication.  Mr. Jones, it might be mention.*.!,  will still contiimo to fulfil the duties  ol eeoretnry ol the Board ol Trade.  indeed reached such a stage that it it  one ol the mott striking monuments  ol our progressive age; yet we are  faced with the fact that notwithstanding all the human ingenuity and science that has been brought to Jear  upon modern shipbuilding we are still  Inr Irom that degr.e of perfection  whioh would ensure the saiety ol the  lives ol those who "go down to the  sea in ships."  There is no disputing the fact that  the Home-Eeunion Association has accomplished excellent work during its  brief existence. To the average settler from the old oountry, under ordinary oircumstanoes, very considerable time mutt elapse before he is  financially in a position to send lor  bis wife and family.  It was with the object ol advancing  the passage money to settlers to bring  their lamiliet over, and thus keep within the Dominion Urge sums ol money  which were being sent over for their  support that the association owed its  inception.  As Mr. Bulman Hated, in Winnipeg  alone, during the three years ol the at-  sociation's working, no fewer than  2547 families had been brought from  the old country, and this had meant  that at leant {100,000 was spent in  Winnipeg and district. When it iB contemplated that the association is actively engaged, altogether in 36 large  centres throughout Canada the volume  ol the work will perhaps be appreciated.  It must not be forgotten, however,  thnt it would be impossible to establish a branch in every part of Canada;  conditions that apply in large centres  liko Winnipeg, Calgary, Toronto and  Montreal, may be, and are, totally different from those which oxist ini other  places, and where continuity of employment, either on the farm or elsewhere is a matter which enters kitr  the question. Perhaps now that thero  is ��uch a loud outcry against Aselics  conditions in this province will  improve as Inr as white help is concerned, and thus make it fouinle to  put into operation in many vtintrra  of British Columbia the very excellent  services of the Home Reunion Assi-ria-  ���t ion.  "Twilight and evening star,  And after that the dark;  And    may    there be    no sighing ol  farewell  When I embark."  Once mure has the hand of fate luth-  less, appalling and with tragic swilt-  nosa Htruck a noble Bhip, carrying with  her more than a thousand souls to a  watery grave. Once more the world  stands aghast at another maritime  catastrophe, which will go down in  history as the most lamentable that  has ever occ.iri'"l, :o rnr in Canadian  waters.  Many on board tho Empress were  happy in the knowledge thnt they were  returning lor a time Irom the land ol  th. ir ndoption to their Motherland nnd  joy swelled in many n breast aa in re-  collection thoy nga:n beheld the laces  of laved ones.  No pen can ever adequately picture  the mute dlspuir, tlio piteous, unavailing cries for help of women and clul-  ren as the ship heelod over and set-  tlsd to her doom. The gateway ol  Canada, through which so many have  passed in with high hope to a new  life, aad passed out to revisit ihe old,  is shrouded today -in a mist ol tears.  And in recovering Irom its horror,  the world asks, "How is it possible  lor such a calamity to occur?" Man's  handicraft in marine construction has  In another column we publish an interesting interview with Mr. T. W.  Stirling. Such a soheme, which the  amalgamated companies purpose putting into elleot immediately will doubtless do muoh to greatly develop Kelowna and distriot. While the Iruit  industry conducted on right linee, is  unmistakably an oxoellent proposition  there Ib no reason why all our eggB  should be placed in the one-basket and  no steps taken to londeavor to prevent  the enormous quantity ol produco  which is imported into the valley (rom  loreign countries antl whioh could, to a  great extent at any rate, be very well  and advantageouHly produced ai homo.  With such a scheme as Mr. Stirling  propounds, mixed {arming on an extensive scale, should in the near future  be an accomplished fact in Kelowna.  Right throughout Canada, at the present time Irom the Atlantic to the Pacific the queetion ol mixod farming is  being persistently urged. It is the  only solution lor the development ol  the nation.  As Mr. Stir"ir' i'c*':ti ntly remarks,  wo have got to get down to a new  basis ol land development generally,  and the new proposition is one whioh  will be welcomed in thit district.  Tht Saakatchewan government has  determined to do everything possible  to encourage the ehoep industry, and  the effort is bearing remarkable Irait.  BANKS SHOULD LOOSEN  PURSE STRINGS  The Vanoouver World, in a recent i��  ���ue asks the pertinent question ii it  is not time for banka to loosen their  purse strings. Commenting on this  stringency, the World remarks:  The financial situation in tht Dominion, at reflected in the position oi  the banks and financial institutions,  must be regarded as highly favorable.  This, no doubt, is due to lound, and  shrewd managerial policy, which had  the result of mgking the strain ol the  financial stringency of a lew months  ago very largely a strain upon the patience, and the puree of the public  *It is not surprising that, at times,  the public���particularly the business  public, has betrayed irritation under  the strain. Money is tht life blood  ol commerce; commercial progress has  been hampered of recent monthi because of money shortage.  "There are several lectors in tho situation ns it now exists, which cannot  fail to make for easier money conditions. In an Ottawa dispatch we read  that an increase ol 16,000,000 it demand deposits and of about 17,000,000  in notioe deposits���an increase, in all,  of ��12,000,000���is a feature of the bank  statement for April. Current loans in  Canada increased by thirteen millions  during the month, and in loans  abroad there was an increase ol about  a million.  "We, in the west, could wish that  larger proportion of the current loans  in Canada had oome this way. Now  that it has been decided/to give the  government grnnt that wae asked  aid of the Canadinn ' " 'h rn Railway  a tributary stream of some dimensions  may be expected to reinforce the vol'  umo ol money circuiting in the Do-  minion. This cannot fail to aid in  casing conditions.  "Slowly, but steadily, since April,  the month with which the report submitted at Ottawa deals, financial con  ilitiois havo been improving. Is it too  much to hope that the public has  been brought within sight ot the stage  ini the developing situation at whieh an  element oi boldness may with saiety be  introduced into tho oondact of financial affairs? Surely aid can be extended to lii/itiniatu enterprises to tho profit ol the banks and financial institutions, to the .in/i?oruting of trade and  commerce, nnd tn the ; d n' e . I the  whole Dominion."  SELF-CRITICISM  A business man who had amassed a  comfortable fortune lost it in tptev  tion. He became a traveling salesman  and having to "work" every hamlet  and country atore in order to m  ends meet, he lound himself ont night  crossing a pasture where a number ol  mulee were grating.  Now it it a well-known fact that  those animals, particularly alter dark,  will follow in single file any moving  object that attracts thtir attention.  Thit they proceeded to do, stepping it-  dately and at regular interval! behind him.  When tbe worried man, immersed in  his troubles, looked over hi* shoulder  and saw the tort ol proceesion he waa  heading, he stopped. Then, although  he had only tht riling moon to share  the spectacle he aaid solemnly:  "Bight you are, buys. You know  ms. I'm the biggest donkey ol yoi all!  YsM  .   JHWSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.  satMn  0 41  HAPPY IS the woman who is never  unprepared ; who oan always -lay a nice  appelating meal or light luncheon before any  guest���unespected or not. Her friends praise  her for her housewifely qualifies and she feels  that delightful satisfaction which can only cone  from hospitality j  TTie secret lies in having  a well chosen selection of canned  goods and table dainties always at  hand. Look over our stock (the best of the kind in the  town) and make a selection to-day. Then put your fear  in the cupboard for you will be prepared for any company-  come when it may.  Seme of our Specials:  Canned Tomatoes 8for$l  Sardines in Pure Olive oil 8 for $1  Snow Ball Salmon 15c tin  Peachland Canned Peaches 6 for$l  Okanagan Cherries 8 for $1  THESTOREm  Kelowna Growers'  PRICE LIST  ���aajwatawSstama mmkmmu  Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies & Seeds  TELEPHONE 29 FREE DELIVERY  K. Ol'lt-itobin Hood or Purity both high grade, 48 lb. tack ... 11.80  Fl.01'11. -Itobin Hood or Purity both Ugh grade 98 lb. sack 18.60  FLOUB.-Pralrit Pride Patent A vary good patent Dour 49 lbt 81.60  FLOUB.-Prairit   Pride Patent a very good patent flour 98 lot.  18.15  FL0UB.-Oraham, 94 Ib. tack  80o.  FLOUH.-Graham 49 lb. lack    11.80  FLOL'It.-Whole Wheat, 34 Ib, sack     80o.  FLOW!.- Whol, wheat, 49 lb tack   11.80  CORN MEAL, par 10 lb. task  40e.  OATMEAL per 10 lb. tick   40c.  OATMlCAI..-p,r ffunny ol 10, 10 lb. eaokt       88o5  BOLLED OATS.-Bobin Hood 8 lb. tack  Me.  ROLLED OATS, par gunny of 10 8 lb. laoki  18.90  BOLLED OATS per 90 lb. tack     ...     70e.  ROLLED OATS per 40 lb. task  11.88  WHEATLETS.-ptr 10 Hi, sack       48c.  IlIiAN'.-ptr 100 lb. tack    11.85  HaH or ton lota, per ton ...     1911.00  HUil.KY. per 10 lib. lack 11.60 Half or_ton lots, per ton   138.00  COBN.-Whola per Ib   9*0. per lOolb. tack   13.40  CORN'.-cracxcd, per lb. ... ����c.  par 100 lb. tack   13.66  CHOPS.-Bariey, 100 lbt.   11.80 Hall or ton lota, par ton 180.00  CH0PS.-W. it B. 100 lbt fl.80 Hall or ton lott, per ton  180.(10  OHOP8.-0 m B, 100 lbs   11.80 Hall or too lott, per ton 180.00  HAY.-1'imothy,  100 lbt.   11.10  Half or ton Iota, par ton   130,00  MOLA8SINE MEAL.-psr 100 lb wok   18.00  0ATS.-3 O.W. reolcaned per 100 In. tack  fl.80  OATS.-llatted .   er 100 lb tack  11.65  Hall or ton lots, per ton  ,.   181.00  OH, CAKE MEAL.- per 100 lb. tack  W.OO  Hall or tan lota, per ton   188.00  SHOUTS, per 100 Ib. tack   11.60  Hall or ton loti, per ton  ,   t'SS.OO  WHEAT.-No. 8. per 100 lb tack , ....*  11.90  Hall or ton lott, per ton   188.00  BEEF S0BAP8. per lb 6c. per 50 Ib. tack    19.60  BqNE.-flround, per lb   So. per 100 Ib sack  Z,.��� 8*.00  I'ORN.-Fine trac'ied, per lb 8a. per 100 lb tack   83.78  CHICK FRED, two kind., lb 84e per 100 Ib. lack ^  88.36  OYSTER SHELL, per lb . 9)0. per 100 lb tack  89.40  Brs mt ceat Uscssa. sa shsrs pices fsr syst cask, escsst sassy  Prices subject to change without notice  MM mmmm  THCBSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914..  r-a  KELOWNA^ R1CCORD  8YH0PSIS OF OOAL KHKG  MGfltA��0N8  Coal muiiag ngnte ol tha DttaLtita  in Haaiteba. tSaskattUwaa aad Alaer-  tc, tha Ttdtsa Mritory. tha Narth-  wtat T��Btoriai,,aatt ia a pertiea al  the Pravtact of Briti* Cohunbk, nay  bt hand ior a ttrm of twietyaai  years at an asaaa) natal of tl aa  acre. Not more then 3,500 aarat  will ba leased ta oat applicant.    '  Application foe ttw) Itatt rautt ba  made by thi applicant in ptraon to  tba Agent or Sub-Agaat of tht dittriot  in whieh the righta applied for    are  la.sarwtajfwa territory tht bad react  bt dttcribtd by ttctions, or legal tab-  divisioM of tactions, aad in wiarraj  ad territory tht tract applied let  shall bt ataktd   out by tht appiteaat  Eaoh application mutt bt  panitd by a let of 18 whioh will hs  rtfundtd if the rightt appHad ior  art aot availablt, bat aot o'.tWwin.  A royalty ahall ba paid oa tin toar-  nhtntablt output of tht mint at th*  -rata of Bvt oents per ton.  Tba person operating the mine shall  furnish tha agent with iworn returns  accounting for tht full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tkt  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rightt art; not being operated, rack  return! ahould bt furnished at hatt  Mot a ytar.  Tht lease will include the coal mining rightt only, bat tht leasee may  bt permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be con-  tidertd neceMary ifbr tht working of  the mint at tht rata of 810 an tore.  for full information application  ahould be made to tha secretary of  tht Department of tha Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Rub-Apent  of Dominion land..  W. W. CORY.  Daputy Minuter of tht Interior.  N.P,.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  thit advertisement will not be    paid  Fnritbe Picked  On Swday ?  MEETING IN METHOWSt^6BUBCH  oirstiussEs sabbath  OBSERVANCE'  Tha question of -Sabbath observance  ai it applied to' Kelowna wat discussed at the Methodist ohuroh oa Thursday j evening last' week. Mr. H. D.  Rings, president ol the local branch  of the Lord's Day alliance presided over a good attendance, and tat proceedings were of an interesting nature.  Mr. Riggi announced the purpose of  tha meeting, which he said was to discuss the prot and cone of the keeping  ot tha. Lord't. day. The Lord's Day  Alliance had been endeavoring to obtain the observance of thit day, and  thought it bett in tht interests ol their  work to have a pub'le meeting and to  ask all thoae interested to come and  let them know their thoughts on the  subject.  NOTICE  la tht Matter of the "Drainage, Dyking and Irrigation Aot, 1913," and  in tha Matter of tht Okanagan Dittriot.  Tkt following petition, signed by a  majority of the owners in valut ol  tat herein described property wiU,  oa the 30th day of June, 1914 bt pre-  MOttd to tht Lieutenant-Governor in  Council under motion 9, of tht "Drain-  agt, Dyking and Irrigation Act, 1918."  PETITION  To tkt Lieutanant-Uovernor ia Council  ot tht Provinct oi British Columbia:  Tha petition ol thi undersigned humbly thoweth:���  1. That your petitioners eonititutc  a majority in value of tht ownart of  tht following desoribed lands, that it  to lay: Lott numbered 43, 48, 44, 45,  40, 47, 48. 49, 60, 61, 63, 58, 66, 66,  67, 68, 69, of plan numbered 496; all  ol plant numbered 436 aad 964; all of  which properties art situate in tat  Otoyoo* Division of tha Yale Dittriot  io tht Provinoe o^Britiah Columbia  aad contain approximately 1337 aorta.  9. That your petitioners art detir-  oaf of having the said lands reclaimed  and improved by drainage, by the ax-  ecution ol the following workt: tht  laying ol a concrete tile drain from  ���loughs situated on the landi desoribed a. plana numbered 436 aad 364 io  tht Rutland Distriot, in a westerly direction to Mill Creek.  8. That your petitioner! desire to  appoint as Commissioners lor tbe carrying out of the taid worka tht lol-  lowing: Willit Frederick Schell. A. 0.  Looaemore and Earl Clever.  4. That your petition*, desire to  name tht aaid district "Rutland Drainage Diltrict."  And your petitioner., at in duty  bound, shall ever pray, etc,  (signed)  WILLIS FREDERICK SCHELL.   ���  A. C. LOOSEMORE.  EABL CLEVER.  45-39  tlu Sabbath to all practfeal parpoaet  ai much as the man who had worked  an hoar or two on that day, aa he  was not fit to observe it aa it ahould  be observed. In reference to the fruit  mentioned these were packed by the  growers themselves and not by the  packing: houses. .'.   , .'.��.'  IMPOSSIBLE TO PROTEST SUNDAY  WORK  City Transfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kindi of Light  Haulini. Prompt  attention given to  -    all orders   ' -  W.P.Meradith   ���   Pwp  Phone 6)    .  or call atA.Coa'.Secood-haod Store  NO SUNDAY WOBk AT SALMON  ABM  The ball was set rolling by the reading ol a letter received by Mr. George  15. Thompson, secretary of the looal  branch from Mr. Geo. Barber, manager of the Salmon Arm Farmers' En-  change.    This letter was as follows:  Salmon Arm, B.C. May 20,  George E. Thompson, Esq.  Kelowna, B. C.  Dear Sir.��� in re 1 ��� o your inquiry  regarding whether wt find it necessary  to operate our exchange warehouse on  the Sabbath day, I would tay that we  have laid down the unalterable rule  that we will not do to under any condition.  In tha busiest. season we sometimes  work up to nearly midnight on Saturday night, but that i. the limit.,  We take tbie stand lor several reasons: vit.���  1. We do not believe in breaking the  fourth commandment.  2. We get more work out oi our  warehouse stall, in six days and ons  day to recuperate, than we would get  out of them il we worked straight  along the seven days a week.  3.. We handle our business on a lower percentage oi cost than any other  shipping association in the upper country, and we believe this is to a very  large extent due to our insisting that  our staff rest one day a week, and  therefore give us better service during  tha six working days.  4. We do not believe that growers  have ever lost a dollar by observing  the Sabboth Day during tha fruit  season.  Raspberries are probably tha most  the Babbetb day d r'ng the fruit  the valley, and tht Salmon Arm Far-  perishable fruit that is shipped from  riet than all the shipping associations  in the Oknnagan vaUey, and we have  never lost a orate of raspberries by  not working on Sunday. Ihe same is  true of atrawberries, plnmt, peaches,  prunes, cherries, etc.  The above are a few of the reasons  ior the stand we take on this question  It it partly a moral' and partly a mercenary reason, but as long as 1 am  connected with this sliiilpinj; business  it will be closed down li��ht on Sundays. Yours truly,  GEO. W. BARBER.  LOCAL SHIPPERS' OPINIONS  Among those invited to the meeting  were representatives of the Kelowna  Growers Exchange and B. C. Groweri.  Mr,. J. E. Reekie appeared to represent  tht former concern, and on being invited to address tht meeting spoke ot  the attitude taken by his association  in reference to Sunday labor. He him-  eelf believed in being a loyal observer  of the Sabbath, but in his judgment  any work thay had done on that day  had bttn unavoidable. Ht took it  .that when a serious lost was going, to  occur by reason of work not being performed on the Sabbath they were not  infringing tht law In any way in doing  the neoeetary work. It was tht avowed intention of tha management of the  Kclowna Growers Exchange, and all  handt were heartily in sympathy with  it, to keep the Sabbath ai it ought  to be kept. But when oiroumttanoee  arose, when - lots threatened, if the  work was not done, it wai nooeasary,  in thtir judgment to do that work on  tht Sabbath day. He was not .peaking from a religious point ol view bat  from a practical point oi view. He  gave inttancea in which it had bttn  lound neoeeaai'y to have work dona  on Sundayi at tht Growers' Exchaage,  and claimed that thty were jutt at  fully justified in Working on a Sunday  in a case like that at they would be  in protecting their homes II it wai on  lire.  Mr. Reekie crlticjatd Mr. Barber's  letter in view of the prominence that  had been given to it. Hr. Barber had  claimed he worked hit, men on Saturday night in order ta tavt Sunday la  bor. He (Hr. Beekie) claimed that  If a man worked all Saturday night  and slept all Sunday bt had    brokta  Mr. B. McDonald of the B. C. Growers laid it waa an utter impossibility  to prevent Sunday labor if they wished  to protect the grower!' interests and  the welfare of the oountry to a certain  extent. Mr. McDonald gave: instances  in pthich it wai necessary to load perishable fruit on Sundays. If they  were going to exempt Sunday work  they were going to stop tbe grower  from picking the iruit on the Saturday  previous. If they stopped their picked picking perishable Iruit at ten  o'clock on Saturday morning they were  not able to pick, again until 8 or 9  o'clock on Monday morning. That  meant a considerable delay for that  class ol iruit and during that time  there wai a great deal ol ripening going  on and it might mean a considerable  loss to the grower if the fruit, wat not  picked. Owing lo the geographical  situation ol the Okanagan valley they  had heretofore experienced considerable  difficulty in car shortage. If they took  into consideration that during the  months ol July, August, September  and October there were 16 or 17 Sabbaths which meant that number oi  days less to tbip, tbey would see ths diffi  culty the packers were laboring under.  If they were experiencing car shortage  and the C.P.R,, delivered a car on the  Sabbath and they did not load it, they  simply delayed that car in getting to  its destination, and 17 days delay  might mean quite a disadvantage to  the shippers. Again they did not  know during the fruit season how soon  they were going to have Irost. He believed he was sale in saying that there  was a possibility this year of a scarcity of pickers and possibly packers,  and they might experience oar shortage. And if they were to observe the  Sabbath as it should be in the fruit  business he was afraid those points  might work a hardship not on ths  shipper particularly, but on the grower and the community. They would bs  just as well pleased to dote their  doors on Saturday night and not open  them again until seven o'clock the following Monday. It made very little  different to them, but he was afraid  it might to the growers.  Hr. Scott then spoke from the point  of the grower. He had been farming,  he said, ever since he was 13 years'  old, but he had never worked on. a  Sunday. He did not believe that in all  his experience he had ever lost a dollar by not working on Sunday. Ons  of the largest ranchers they had got  here in the valley told him a few  days ago that they never worked on  a Sunday. They had a large orop in  this year, and had Japs working for  them, but they had it in their contract that they were not to work on  Sunday, and he thought they were the  most suoceesful ranchers they had here.  Mr. Scott urged that farmers should  prepare for Sunday to at to avoid  work on that day. The packing houses were not to blame lor working  on Sundays. II tbe Iruit was shipped  in to them late on Saturday, they  should look attar it. Fruit would not  keep at well in a packing house at il  it wat hanging on tht trees.  Mr. W. G. Clement alao spoke, advocating the observance of the Sabbath in a sane manner.  The Rev. J. C. Swifter asked if tbe  packers at the beginning of the season made it understood that they were  not going'to work on Sunday, would  not that adjust matters accordingly?  Mr. Reekie said in reply they had  already stated that it wat oontrsry to  their wishes to pack on Sunday and  do Sunday work, but circumstances  arose over which thsy had no control  whieh forced thtm to do thoae things'.  They could not control the C.P.R.,  bot so far as ths growers were concerned their actual experience had not  ibeen that thay delivered to suoh nn extent on Saturday. The reason why  they worked on Sunday wat more out-  tide conditions. Thty did not wilh to  pack or ship on Sunday, and he did  not think tht majority of the groweri  forced their hands. Some of the groweri thought they had to deliver on  Saturday, but as a rule they did not.  Mayor Jones speaking aa an ordinary oitittn laid it seemed to him there  were more than tha packing interests  that had to be regarded. The observance of the Sabbath benefitted a man  physically and mentally. Thsy had hid  tht standpoint ol tht packers, and  they had stated their oase with a good  deal of explanation. He thought il  the packing houtet took a decided  atand and put up notioes that no fruit  would bt received after Saturday noon  they would solve tht problem. If the  farmer lott then-it wai bit own fault  because the fruit would have bean better on tbe bushes. Thty had learned  horn the groweri there that night that  Iruit wai not   likely to apoll.   Pluini  green stage, and were toaroaly ripe  when they arrived at their destination.  He did not think tbe ciroumstancos  quoted by Mr. Beekie were bad enough  to warrant working on tht Sabbath.  He recognized that tha packing houses  were up against a aeriout problem and  he knew how the farmers liked to  ship the stuff in, but the packing  houses had the 'whole aituation in  their hands. They oould refute that  fruit il they wanted to. Once they  turned a man baok they would not turn  him back a second time. He thought  99 per cent of the work done at the  packing houset and the cannery on  tbe Sabbath wot not required. Ihey  mutt help to stir op sentiment if they  were going to keep the Sabbath day  as they had been taught to keep it,  and he did not think there were any  of them there that had been taught to  keep it too strictly.  The Rev. J. C. Switter laid they had  discussed the matter Irom the standpoint of the packing houses and the  growers. He would not like to see  that meeting separate without something definite being done. It wat good  to hear what they had heard. But  ought they not to pall a resolution  something along the lines that that  meeting called to disousa the question  of Sabbath observance, having heard  the view ol the grower and that ol  the packers, request that a letter be  written to the secretary of the Lord's  Day Alliance asking the packers to  put up a notice in their buildings that  no perishable goods be received after  a certain time on Saturday.  A discussion took place on the resolution, in the course of which the Rev.  D. J. Welsh pointed out that while  the Lord's Day Act had been introduced into parliament at the instigation of the churches, once it became  law it ceased to have a relglous significance. He spoke ol the Sunday  boat service which he said was a violation ol the act. When Mr. Brodie ol  Vanoouver was approached on the  matter he pointed out he wae very  much surprised after the represee.;i-  tiom that had been made to him by  the Kelowna' Board of Trade and the  Vernon Board oi Trade that (*iere  should be any objection to putting the  Sunday boat on. Mr. Welsh supposed  there were a great many people who  were advocating thit Sunday boat simply as s means ol accommodating  them in their pleasure trips or in other  ways. It was not a oase ol necessity  at all. It seemed to him tlui. there  was a great deal more icceesity on the  part of the Growers Exchange and B.C.  Growers lor their action than lor such  a case as this. He thought tliey  should take steps to see that the Act  was unforced. Corporations could do  much to increase the moral tone ol Ihe  community, discouraging violations ol  tbe Act.  Eventually a resolution was passed  on the motion of Mr. Reekie, seconded  by Hr. Scott, to the following effect:  "That this publio meeting of the citizens of Kelowna, called by tbe Brauch  of the Lord's Day Alliance, having  heard the question of Sabbath obsirv-  anee discussed both by the growers  and pao'ters ol fruit, authorises the  secretary ol the Lord's Day Alliance  to write a letter to tht different packing bouses to use every means possible  to discourage the delivery of Iruit on  Saturday after noon."  ���IV ill i mi    IMaaaawaaaraaaat  THE FRIEND TO CHOOSE  Tht world could do very well without oertain people of brains, but it  would fare but ill ii it were deprived  oi others whose chief possession! nre  large and tender hearts.  We all recognise thett great hearts  when we meet them. They arc usually  engaged in helping mme dogt over  stiles, as Kingsley quaintly putt it, or  they may jutt bt shading sunshine  of pure fun and good tamper over a  party of young people or children.  It really does not muoh matter. To  them all work comet alike, ii it  meant the helping af others or tht  lightening ol tha gloom ol a duU bit  oi life'i road.  You may havt mat one of tht ouny  unreoognited benefactors ol the  world, a parson whose wide  ity embraces every- ont in itt  reaching sympathy. Add tuch a  to your collection oi friendi ii  have tht opportunity and count your-  itl! lucky indeed.  For you will be sure ol.a refuge in  tht thnt oi itorm and stress that will  not fail you, even ii all the rest of the  world looki coldly at you and possets  by, indifferent to your trouble.  lar-  one  you  What is believed to be the remains of  the balloon in which Protector Sale-  man A. Andre ascended Irom Dant'e  Island, near 8pitzbrr��>en, July 11,  1897, in an attempt to reach tke north  pole, have been found in a forest ia  Eastern Siberia, acoording to a telegram received at the Swediih foreign  office irom Yakut?.    In\e ligation   ol  the reported dlecovcry hat been    of-  aad peaches were alwayt picked in tht dared by tht goverantant.  first-class Fruit binds  For Sale on the Hepburn Rata  A large acreage will be planted thia spring with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  R. MATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Agents for  Semi-Ready,  Limited  New Season's  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pretting Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Opposite Kelowaa Furniture Co. KELOWNA  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSESLFLOUR  The World's Best  Send/or Five Roses  Cook Book*  OOUPQN  WM, Neat ml tmjm tkUy.  Da. I leap, a, .Mlaee Tea Caere,  BEING A MANUAL OF COOO RECTO tmmt/  mmm free. th. laaliiaeataa. et Mar rwa ummml  mmmM mm 01 Fw. Wear, Haw isiattVraJ Ceaaea  Aha UaW Naa. aa *�� ��raw deem at ami *hm)  H M. 4 al wkkk k.v. laa mm**/ mmmi est  ymmmmwmmiMWWwmmVMn.wm.\  W. R. GLENN ft SON, Agents   ,   Kolowna. B.C.  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McGlary Semi-Steel. See a  M^daryi  ^ffatflfif Vou1\ notice the linings are  M V JT made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McGlary dealer.     M  On Sale nt the Momson-Thompeon Hardware Co.. Ltd. mmmam  Hi .1  li   l  .J   ...... ���..ii��,ll.|B��ja]jl,n,i,||  KELOWNA   RECORD  THt!I,si)AY, JUNE*; 1��14.  g The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (I icurpoi.ted 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  - HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blockt of 10 acrea  or more. Planted or implanted. Under  irrigation and wilh Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  ��� Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Lott, with or without Lake Frontage.  For parliculara apply to  Die G^mral Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  Black.mltlilng done.     Weighbridge.    Oat. crnalicd,    Fence poat., Milk,  Potatoea, Apple., etc, for Sale.  A|,|,ly to tiie Rancl, Manager or Ranch Olfice.       Phone 5 :   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOUitt:  I lead Office t 9 to 12;  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office : 9 to 12 ;  I to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, clo.ing at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  pho���e 44   Hardware Co., Ltd,  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Slove and Egg tizet.  W HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Arc now  ctmiplvltilv t't|tiii>red to supply all   your  luml. r nvedtt, .   -  V'e have now u lurire stuck of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   hiirli   crude   qiiitlitv ntnl in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. F. 6. Gray will not receive) thie  week Friday, nor again this season.  ...  Mr. F. A. Martin returned Saturday  Irom the coast. ,  ...  Mr, and Mrs. McWilliamt left     Mon-  .duy morning for Seattle, Waah.  ...  Miss Pottinger and Mitt MoFa'iden  left   Monday    lor Duncans, Vancouver  Island.  ���   a   .  Mr. It. Sutherland and Mrs. Sutherland left on Friday morning laat lor  the coast.  ....  Mrs.  Hoburl  Ciourlay, who has Iran  isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.  V. Ilrny, left Tuesday morning lor her  home in Winnipeg.  ...  Mr. .1. A. Cameron, ol Sherbrooke,  inc., is nt present in the vnllev super-  ntmding hia fruit ranch in Glenmore.  ... *  Alderman .John Dilwor h, ol Victoria  loft for his home early in the vroek,  iter a visit to    his son,    Mr.  Leslie  Dllworttl.  ��� .   .   .  Mr. R. W. Steveils left Tuesday morn  ng for n holidnv cast. He will spend  soino three or lour weeks at their summer home in Maine.  .  .  .  An interesting    match between    tho  't'lnwna   1'ennis    olub and Okanagan  lission took   place on Friday    laat,  the former club winning 5 -garnet to 4.  ...  Miss Dora Dny left Tuesday morning  or Winnipeg to undergo a course of  nedicnl' treatment. A few daya ago a  r.rgo number of her friends gathered at  he houso to take reave ol her.  ...  The many triends-of Mr. K. F. Oxloy  ire pleated to sec him about town  n rain. Apart from a slight limp he  �� looking ns fit as a fiddle. To celo-  ' rate his rapid recovery he hat bought  Sis wife an automobile.  ...  Mr. S. T. Elliott went to the coast  Friday morning. A meeting is being  lio'.d there of the shareboldere of. certain California oil companies in which  i number ot Kelov. n > ' '"'n ore inter-  ���stod, and for whom Mr. Elliott is  noting as delegate.  ...  Mr. Wm. Sauter left. Monday afternoon lor Summerland to resume work  ���ipon his ranch lor the summer. Encouraged by the enthusiastic manner  in which the Orohard Players were re-  o ived during their tour, preparations  ere to be started at an early date Ior  another venture in the fall.  .  .  .  Mr. Wm. Charles, chief clork of the  Yale county registry office et Kamloops died Wednesday of last week.  The deceased, who wai well known locally had been in the registry offioe  s'noe it was opened twenty-lour yean  ago. Ho was a British Columbian by  birth, having been born at Hope, fifty  years ago.  a   a   .  A special meeting ol the Maionic  lodge was held Monday evening, the  occasion being the official visit of the  Grand Master ol the province, M, W.  Bro. Wm. Henderson. H. W. Bro. D.  W. Sutherland, District Deputy Grand  Master waa also pretent. There wat a  large attendance of membera and visitors including W. Bro. Hamilton Lang  of Vernon.  ...  Mr. It. G. L, Clarke, chief Dominion  Fruit Inspector ior British Columbia  paid a visit to Kelowna thit week aad  made a brief tour ol inspection of the  orohards of the dittriot. He spoke optimistically ol the prospective orop this  season, which, he taid, while not likely to reach the tremendous figure given in early reports, wc ' I novertheujec  be a heavy one and ol excellent quality.  ...  Mr. Drury Norrington, of the die-  trict engineer water rights department  has been busy recently in the West-  bank district where it is proposed to  instal an irrigation system under the  Public Irrigation Corporation! Bill,  Tho tcheme it is ttated will effect tome  13,000 acrea of land. A survey of tbe  property it being conducted. Similar  propositions art aito under consideration at Ellison, Naramata and   other  points in the valley.  a   a   a  Mr. W. Mclvor, late pitcher of the  Kelowna olub left on Monday morning  l0r bit home in Seattle, having been  released owing tb the lact that he il  suffering with a sore arm. For tw,i  weekt ht haa bean doing cveryth'ng  possible but with no avail. Kcl. nna  lam regret to tee "Mac" go but art  delighted to learn that another toutb-  paw bat bttn secured from Seattle and  trill in aU probability arrive in time  to pitch thia afternoon .  Mr. D. Leckie returned Monday from  a trip to Vancouver.  ...  Workmen are    now busily    engaged  at the CP.lt. wharf in fitting up lavatory accommodation.  .  .  *  MravW. D. Harvey    left   yesterday  morning    lor Hamilton, Ont., on    a  visit to friends.  ...  The excursion steamer, Aberdeen wat  well patronirel yesterday, 92 looal  residents taking advantage of the tailing.  ...  The Ladies Hospital Aid will meet  Monday next, June 8th in the Board  of Trade rooms to arrange for Ihe  annual telent tea.  ...  Mr. T. A. Oliver, ol Vancouver, it on  a visit to his brother, Mr. H. Oliver  ol Weetbank. It is probable that be  will come to reside in the Kelowna district.  *    9    .  Rev. D. J. Welsh will .peak next  Sunday morning on the subject "The  Will of God, Can we know it?" In  the evening the theme will be "The  Fourth Commandment, or How ahall  wo observe the Sabbath."  ...  e  Dr. Ilaley ol Armstrong is away from  home and don not expect to be back  until the middle ol the month when he  will take up the question of testing  local cows for tuberculosis, as requiist  ed by the Farmers' Institute.  ...  Sabbath services in the Methodiit  church will be conducted by the pallor. The morning theme ie "The Virtue of Courage" and the evening    is  "Christ and Social questions.  ...  A Memorial Servico for those who  lost their lives in the recent diaaiter  to the impress ol Ireland will beheld  on Sunday evening in the Benvoulin  Presbyterian churoh at 7.30. AU are  invited to attend.  a   a   .  Mr. W. Hutchinson, the western tep-  resentative of Bulman Bros., Limited,  arrived in town Tuesday. Mr. Hutchin  Bon, whose head-marten are at Calgary, brought his wife with him on hia  present trip. So charmed wai she  with Kelowna that the family intend  spending their ho'idays here thit sum-  Frank W. Morgan, who hat been well  known in Kelowna for several years  past has opened an ice-cream parlor  on Bernard avenu'", ��� mrin ie the Board  of Trade building. All the ioel are  obtainable cream. The atore has been  nbtiiniiblo cream. The store has been  fitted up in an attractive manner, and  will no doubt prove a popular retort  during the hot weather.  .   a   a  The W.C.T.U., will meet on Tueeday  June 9th at 3 p.m., at the home of  Mrs. J. W. Jonet. The annual collection lor Missionary work of the-Union  will be taken up. As the nvmberi  have been invited to attend the meet  ing ol the I.O.fi.T., the same evening  arrangements for this will be made at  the afternoon meeting.  ���    .    9  At the 'Epworth League meeting held  in the Methodist church on Monday  evening there waB tirgan'ted what it to  be known as the Epworth League  Tennis Club. The,club it very fortunate in having the use ol two courti,  and will have another court ready for  lite by thebeginning ol next week. The  opening meeting whioh will take the  form ol a social, will be held on Mayor Jonee lawn on Monday evening,  June 8.  BIRTH  ROniNKON.-At Kelowna on May SB,  1914, to Mr, and Mra. G. H. Robin-  ion, a ton.  School Chiron', Eyes  Snpplj  Mr  iDtfjltat'  Defective eyes stunt the mind  Can you expect fair progress  In school or success in  business if so handicapped?  Examination of children for  glasses is a special feature of  our Optical Department  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  WFF  COME  SEE  OUR  �����**���������������'  BEAUTIFUL GIFTS FOR BRIDES  AND SWEET-GIRL GRADUATES  YOU WILL LIKE THE "APPEARANCE " OF OUR BRIDAL  AND GRADUATION GIFTS. WE SHALL GIVE YOU OUR  ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE dF THE SPLENDID "QUALITY."  THE STYLES OF OUR SELECTIONS AND OF OUR "SETTINGS " ARE RIGHT UP TO THE LAST TICK OF THE CLOCK  OF FASHION.  WE WILL GUARANTEE YOU THAT OUR PRICES ARE AS  LOW AS ANY RELIABLE JEWELER ANYWHERE WILL ASK.  WM PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C*  Fresh Groceries  at Most Attractive Prices at  Campbell's " Comer Grocery"  Fancy Siam Rice   ..I lbt for 28c  RI   ���>     -y    1 Riling Sun Japan Bice 3 lbt Ior 25c  ICC ^jT~_^ma^ Sago and Tapioca ... 3 lbt for 25o  i/"?.^   troT whe,tGr���nu,a, ��� 7 lbl,Mk35��'  Krinkle Con Flakes. Package lOo  Canadian Wheat Flake* ... ^ _4fle  Carnation Wheat Flakea   46c  Tea, an   excellent   blend of Blaok  Tea. Special  3 lbt for fl.  Coffee, Mooa and Government Java  , , ��� Ground while you wait 3 lbt $1.00  \ /      I      Finest New   Zealand Butter,    par  **"' pound ; ., *..   35c  Good Cooking Butter, per lb. 95o  Lard (Carnation; 101b. pail 11.50  Jj Beat Canadian Cheese per lb.    25c  '; Peachea, Beat Okanagan 2 tint Sot  /���''. Large iir.es   25c, 30c, 35c.  .��*' Ji Olivet, Picnio ' tin, 2 bottlai   25c  Vinegar, Holnrook's imported   96c  Cut Outthe heavy eating       Vta*"' ** Canadian, Quart bot-  ... . , tie, Malt or White Wine- 90c  thia hot weather and go     B 0 mjk> Familjr ^  10o  in for the lighter kind of     B. c Milk, 20 o.. tin 3 for 3fe  f~~l.     DirPl.nn.Mfik*      Citam Soda BUoultr,  'to ataUgbt  foodi.   IJlLfciBoneot the     tin ^^ M ^ ������  Staple   foodt   it   will   pay        Tiokltre    Marmalade, 5 lb.    flan  .        ,      ,        Jan    Bat  yOU  tO Ute a  lot Ot.     It       Lobster   (St.   George)   half pound  costs to little, too. "��� ������ ���������:������  *  One pound tun 50a  =     Salmon, Finest   pink ... 3 for   26o  ' Salmon (Nabob)    20c  Drink Sunbesni Tti   fiin"r *"***��� Vnmh ,nd Crm>s  , , an   il       Po<"��o�� for 35a  ItS Good!  50c ID       Cocoa, Marbi J Ib. tint  95a  Special Cash Offer this Week  String Beans, per tin 5c  D. D. Campbell  Phone Thrae Oh I  Phone Three OW  Special Evangelistic  Meetings  Held nightly, except Saturday, to TENT,  corner Glenn Art, tad Ethel Street  By WM. GR1ERSON  of Btlfttt, Inland  Sunday, 3.50 p.m. and 7.50 p.m.  Weak Nightt, 8 p.m.  Allan.  Paelm btvi. 66  ^AA^A^ae^^aj,^.��^a^a*^Ae*i^t^^Ait^*>^^afV-������*/  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  if i ii  Orders may be left at tke  Record Office. ���mmm%%m  ifMmWtiAf, -raw* 4, m*>  KBWWKA KBCOM  DISTRIBUTION OF THE SEA-  SON'S FRUIT CROP  Mr. <T. Fortyi* Smith, market eom-  mitaioner for the province, haa been cn-  gag*1 tteadily through the winter  months in perfecting the collection of  information as to market possibilities  in the coming season on tha prairies,  Liltl of towns are published, with the  population to oate names ol prinoipai  retailen and an estimate of the train-  , tity of each particular' fruit that may  bt expected to be abtorbed by each.  Cautions and advice at to the beat  routei for ihipinents and'the host  time ol tbe day to ship are also given  and hintt are given at to the beat way  to build up connections to certain  Itoet with places hitherto unused to receiving tome kindt of fruit and where  to consetnieuoo, tbe demand at present  la null.  Thit information has been carefully  tabulated according to dittrictt and it-  ���ued by the horticultural branch ol tba  department ol agrioulture to the  British Columbia Fruit Groweri' Aa-  sociation to the establishment ol whioh  and ita progress the provincial gov-  ernment Jias lott such sterling aid) by  both initiating a campaign last ytar  on tbe advantage!, not to say the necessity, of oo-operation which haa resulted In the formation by the 1,-jvt  growers themselves, of a central c r-  ganization founded on local asaocia-  tions. The heavy orop ixpes'.el this  year on both tides ol the line will tost  thit new machinery for the equ-ibie aid  profitable distribution of fruit to tbe  utmost, and their competitors ., the  United States, realizing this idly are  alto straining every crve lo lo'l.vw  nit.'  KETTLE VALLEY PLANS  Hon. Frank Cochrane, minister oi  railways, last Thurid v nnnrovad the  route map ol the Kettle Valley. Hail-  road and branch to Princeton and  Copper Mountain, the Kettle Valley  revision ot line from mile 60 to Otter  Summit, of the route submitted on  January 28, 1914, and the revision of  tht route oi the Edmonton, Dunvegan  and B. C. Bailway. The application  of "the Calgary and Fernie Railway for  approval of ito. route map Irom Fernie  and to Calgary was opposed by_the  North Western Railway, which holda a  charter covering the same territory,  and judgment wat reeerved.  KING GEpRGE AS AN EOITjOR  l" "We will have a royal newspaper, I  will be the editor, tbe Queen sub-editoi  and members of the Court contribut'  on." Although he did not actually  say this, that is what the Prince Consort meant, when, yean ago he founded The Court Ciroular, to whieh every  newspaper hat since been indebted ior  a faithful reoord of royal movemantt  and engagemente.  Lately there hat been some talk of  discontinuing The Oirrular, for King  George, unlike King Edward, who attached much importance to the publication and was a great stickler for  minute accuracy, especially in the descriptions of the persons mentioned, it  laid to have expressed hit opinion that  the paper costs more than Jt it worth;  He holds that to these days ol up-to-  date journalism it ii unnecessary. But  to far The Court Ciroular has not been  discontinued.  Queen Viotoria took a keen intcreet  to The Ciroular, and it was her rule,  when Her Majesty wai in residence at  Balmoral, to send a special copy to.  one of the Aberdeen papers every evening. Furthermore, although The Oourt  Newsman waa responsible lor the publication of The Circular, the late Queen  herself on special occasions contributed to its pages.  Ae The Observer has pointed out,  perhaps the most remarkable Court  Circular ever sent out���certainly no  other one has been so much spoken  aboiitV-was issued one day in 1883,  when John Brown, Her Majesty's  faithful Highland attendant, died. It  contained the following lines:  An honest, faithful, and devoted  follower, a trustworthy, discreet and  straightforward man, possessed of  strong sense, he filled a position ol  great and anxious responsibility, the  duties ol which he performed with  such constant and increasing care us  to secure for himself the real friendship ol the Queen. To Her Majesty  the loss is irreparable, and the death  of this truly faithful and devoted servant has been a greavious shock to the  Queen."  Nor was this tribute surprising considering the high regard Queen Viotoria entertained for the stalwart Highlander whose fidelity to his duties waa  suoh as to earn not only the entire con  fidenoe, but the real friendship of the  Queen. Once Her Majesty wrote of  him: "He was always respectful  never servilo: always useful, never obtrusive; usually silent, but when be did  TALKING ALARM CLOCK  Those who are obliged to ante at an  early hour on penalty of missing the  train or other important things, but  who have become too used tb the buzz  of an old-fashioned alarm clock, uave  a new invention offered them at the  modeet price ol twenty-live dollars. '  This is a talking alarm clock, and  the price is indeed modeet when it it  known that the invention was put on  the market in the year 1900, and that  its cost then waa (2,500.  . In the evening, before retiring, you  set tho clock for 6.30; at 6.30 you  probably get up. Hen ia what vtill  waken you:  "Six-thirty, six-thirty, Bix-thirtyj  time to get up; gel up can't you? Get  up, you miserable, lazy man. Get up,  get up, get up!"  If you awake in the middle of the  night and wish to know the time, preti  a button and the clock will tell you  the nearest quarter hour, an '"two-fifteen," if it happens to be 2.13 or 2.18.  The phonographic record is on an cud-  less belt, and the groves in which the  voice vibrations are recorded run  lengthwise ol the belt. The belt continues to give out sound until abut off  when once started. So far the docks  have been supplied with belt! whioh  talk in thirty-five language!.  ���   . "O���   A court-martial sentenced Vice-Ad-  mirul Matsumoto ol the Japanese navy  to three years imprisonment on charges of accepting bribes in connection  with naval contraolB. Captain Sawa-  snki was condemned to one year's imprisonment, but Commander Suzuki  was acquitted.  .  O -   -.  The department of Marine and Fisheries was advised on Saturday morning that the steamer "Corinthian" had  picked up the captain and crew of tlio  Portuguese steamer "Goldfinoh" which  struck an iceberg in t>e vicinity ol  Cape Race, and was wrecked, without  loss of life.  speak, he was blunt and direct."  Nearly every event of state importance'is notified in the Court Ciroular.  Every time the King received a Prime  Minister or any officer of state the faot  is duly chronicled,' and in the same  way, when His Majesty has an audience with ambassadors, or when he  performs any ceremony or act, the publio in informed of it through the Court  Newsman.  >*m*i  Own These  Haying  Helpers  This Year  Decide that you'll  no longer labor under a  handicap at haying time. Secure  the services of these FROST & WOOD  HAYMAKERS, "GIANT NO, 8 MOWER  and TIGER SELF DUMP RAKE."   For twenty years and more these machines hare  saved time, money, labor and horse flesh for thousands of progressive farmers. They  are worthy representatives of our line of  COCKSHUTT IMPLEMENTS  Frost ft Wood Howtrt are not merely fair weather  machinci. They're right there with the power and cat-  ting; ability when other mowers are apt to fall down.  Put a Frott ft Wood mower to work in a heavy or  tangled crop and watch bow easily it handles the Job.  You can ttart it anywhere in the field and the knives  wilt begin cutting; tbe instant the hones move forward,  "Flying Start!" are not necessary. The Giant No. 8  has great driving power because of the simple and compact arrangement of the geart. Smooth ninning and  light draft are assured by a plentiful supply of large  Roller Bearings. It will give you the kind of satisfaction you are looking for.  The Tiger Self Dump Rake ii tbe beat Self Dotap  Rake made. It haa given aatitfaction for many hay-  Higaeatont. The teeth are made of a apecial grade  of Had, that hat proven by test, the beat adaped to  withstand heavy work and hard usage. They are  carefully shaped to do the mott efficient work.  Tbe "TIGER" it strongly conitrncttd throutnout,  frame, wheels and braces are all made of high quality  ���teal, to there it nothing about it to get out of order  An invettment in a Frott ft Wood Rake it profitable.  With ordinary care it will last a great many yean  and will pay you large dividends of satisfaction each  year at Haying Time. We will be glad to let you  have further information about thit or any other Hoe  of Farm Implements and Equipment  Kelowna Implement Company, Limited  WViffifi' f ^ryPineand**���16_in'  a  V   V/wU ��� Guaranteed drv wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2.75 rick    Five or over,  Delivered anywhere in town  rt  $2.50. rick  TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Order! may be left with the Okanagan Loan ft Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  R. W. BUTLER  ���      BUILDER <��� CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea furniahed oa all descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared ior  town and country residence.  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath room.,  W.C.hot water, ore.  P.O. Box 183  Refrigerators  A carload of Refrigerator!, Screen Doors, Screen  Windowi, Step Ladder!, Ate, arrived laat week, completing one of the beat stocks of Summer Requirements carried.in the valley. _ A big saving in freight  ' is effected in shipment! of thit kind. Yourt is the gain.  The  ���* Kelowna"   Refrigerator  case ii made of thoroughly tenoned kiln-dried hardwood, finished golden oak; 5 walls insulated with  cerite paper, the bast non-conducting paper known;  cleanabla fluet, provision chamber iteel lined while  . enamel, removable shelves.  Ktiowna No. Il-251-ln wider 17.1a deep; 40-in high-$l2.l5  ��� ��� 22-26j.tn ��� 19-in ��� 42-ia ��� -$13.80  ��� ��� 44-311-in ��� 20-ln ,, 45.1a ��� -817.10  . ��� 7-24-in wider. 19 I -4-ia ��� 50-in kith (��tra)$22.80  ��� ��� 9-26i.in wide: 19 l-4-indeep; 54-inhigh ���$23.20  Other high-grade numben at $32.30 and $60.75  TOOH AT  Qm>ICBfcQ$  THBir Gome  loo*, at Our  03OL$. *���  Eirnilcire  Unloaded Car New Furniture Last Week  Combination Step Udder Chair $4.25  Splendid thing to have around the home  Step Ladders of all kinds $1 up  Screen doors, frames, kiln-dried..$1.50, $1.75, $2 to$3.25  Window Screens, adjustable 30c, 35c and 40c each  Meat Safes, Plate Covers, Ice boxes, Tongs, Picks, Ate.  "New Perfection "Blue Flame Oil Stoves, I, 2 and 3  burners.   The best oil stove on the market  All the summer necessities for the home.   Many little  housework short cuts.  Tents, Flies. Wagon  overs, &c.   A full range.  Garden Hose  Try our new plain moulded, guaranteed to stand up.  Lawn Mowers  The mower with blades of Sheffield tteel.   Easv running,  good cutters, seldom dulls.  Fishing Tackle  Rods, $1 up, Flies, Leaden, Spoon���everything you need  to land them.  Splendid value���I  arm,   $15.75  Dining Chairs  Golden oak or early Englith.  5 chain, per set    Extension Tables  Strongly built, Early Englith    $14.65  Buffets  In all finithea from $19  Kitchen Cabinets and Cupboards  Bedroom Furniture  Satin Walnut Dressen, Chiffonier!, Stand! and Somnoei.  In medium-priced line! thii leada. It ia iplendid in appearance and lasts better than some of the more expensive lines.  Folding Card Tables  Round and square.    Plain wood top or felt covered.  Guaranteed for 10 years  The new tteel wire Coil Bed Spring. A ipring that ii  entirely made up to ipring perfection. Guaranteed  agaimt breakage or twisting. Your money refunded or  ��� new spring.  Camp Cott, Reclining Chain, Stools, Hammocks, Ate. Campers outfitted.   Porch and verandah ahadei, all tizet.  Hardware  & Harding  Furniture KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.  Cool  Underwear  i* a necessity during this  mi miner months if you  w mid he contented and  liipjjy; aorl is also condu-  nive to health. Have you  ever thought of tliis? If  not, try it.  Here are a few suggestions:  Men's Balliiiggftn Shirts and  Drawers 85c a d $1 suit  M hi'r Bttlbriggan Union Suits $1  .M ���;,'<, B.V.D. Sliiils and  Prnwen  $1.50 suit  \!m,*h B.V.D. Ur.ijnSui!s,.$l.50 suit  Mj-i's   Fine  Cashmere   Shifts  and  Drawers $2 suit  Mide-to-Measure  Underclothing  is ;i special feature that will  he appreciated hv th' se  w i > lirtu good fitting un-  <Ie-r;<*.nneiita. 1 can take  your ineiiuure just in tiie  rant ��� way as for a suit of  cl tlliO-l a id voj. can choose  voir own cloth. Call und  ����������   the   M   ,;e   of   samples  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Cash C lull.in? Store  WILLI IS' BLOCK       KELOWNA  | M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  IJ'lMMAlip AVENUE,  UELOW'MA.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant t i power  mix in * id al| appliances for concrete  c mstiM'-'U m of every l.ind, mid a:n  , iJivjlin^ s!l ;nv ���j.ttentl  n t ��� this   Willi,  ���iiich   I   liiv*   had   m.uy  expert en ce,  yea i s  All K  isjtifia of Cement Work,  i        Concrete Ritjldinga,  Fo'iidnlionB and Sidewalks',  Excavating Cnh-lfhcla.'  H. WITTER~~~  OFFICF.: RESIDENCE:  3mti��-iI tt R'5��.' office, WrAm&tf Av.  H >ym��c Itlo. Ii BirhterStrael  PI.It NE I 4 'PITOS'K 41114  Guddes-McTavish  Houses  To Rent  Phone 217     -      Leckie Blorlc  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library;  inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W. B. PEASE, 3. M. GORE  Pre.ident Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER k CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing  work a specially  0{fi*# { Nu. fi, Crt>wUy Block. Kalowna  P.O. Bn* 511  School League Baseball  ELLISON AGAIN   DEFEATS    HIGH  SCHOOL���PUBLIC SCHOOL  WINS FKOM RUTLAND  For the second time tbe High School  team drunk their fill from the bitter  cup of defeat ut the hands of the Elli-  sen cluh on Saturday lust when they  journeyed to Rutland to meet on tho  school grounds there.  Tho game wns vmy closi and exciting und wus not over until the last  man whh out in the last inning, when  the bco"o bonrd showed the score vo bo  8 to 7 in favor of the home club.  Powless aeconi] anied thu boys to lvut-  lund and acted as umpiro for the  game.  Rutland again went down to defeat  bifore tho. Publio School team by u  score of 29 to 8, thu largest score ao  fur recorded in the league.  Tho High School team gained a hij;  lend ut thu very outset and it looked  as though they would not be headed  off at all but tho Ellison dub havo  certainly done their pirt in keeping the  league leaders down. Twice within tho  past month they have wrested victory  from the leaders, and when it appeared certain (hey would win over th.s  Public School to ii:? tlom up for first  place they fell easy victims to th.)  luttcr club, each time coming buck tor  tlnir ro.-enge at the league leaders.  'Ihe Rutland Club, although fighting  gamely throughout      the     season,  huve so far been unuble to win u sin  gle game from their opponents,' and  thsy are sur.-ly to be congratulated  for   the     gftmeness   they    are     dis  playing. They are no doubt handi  capped to considerable extent, owing  to tho players being so separated1 as  to ma':e it jr.-.c ieally impossible for  lhem to get together for practice an!  on'y at tho games aro they together  airl even then they sometimes find i'  vory difficult to got enough players to  ii I1 out the team.  Ellaon has a well balanced team,  pot haps the most ovenly balanced ii  tho league  and   their  play,  while  no'  or strong hus both-, res the oppoii  tion perhaps more thin any Other  beca'mo of thoir hitting ability.  The Public School is indeed fortunate in having u strong battery and  there is little doubt that Sutherland  and DeHart form the strongest battery in the league and w*1h an equal  ly strong fielding and hitting club  behind them would now be hading the  league instead of trailing along in ser-  ond pla*P one genre I eh'ftd the High  School.  T.Tii' h 'nters is bVn* ta'on in th ���  l-ujur race and (hi teams aro (totting  good support from the fun'. The rae>  ;s oausiiiff no liftl' exciteirent as it  's pcis i')!e for my of lie 'h'H1 UrtV  ���'" h n in t'p ferint n' es only ft  sing'e game separates tho first nn'l  s con! .- n'l tin second und third tcamR  wlti'e T'> tin i is out of (hi trn'iing  for Ihe year.  DIED WORTH $200,000,000.00  According to cable advices the following figures have been rendered for  the probate of the estate of the lute  Lord Strathcona:  Value of personal estate in the United Kingdom $2,092,500; personal estate abroad valued at 8206,162,500.  Total value of t r r. I t -i n 820*,-  255,0011. Tha duty paid on this largo  amount is $4,180,190.  The late Lord's holdings consisted of  Croat Northern Railway, United  States, $6,660,000; Northern Pacific  railway, $3,380,000; Canadian Pacifis  Railway 34,113)000; Ban't of Montreal  5645,000; Laurcn'ide fvpinpany, $466.  000; Dominion Steel Corporation $400,-  000.  If the will had come under tho provisions of Mr. I.loyd George's budget  just introduced, the duty payabh  would have beon over $5,850,000.  WHAT GOOD ROADS MfiAN  SCHOOLS UCAGUK STANDING  High School    PUblid Srhool   .._...  Eljisoq    Ru'lund    w  7  fi  5  0  h Pet.  2���.777  3-.66P.  1-.555  0-.000  Apropos of the many discussions at  the Board of Trade meetings relativo  to good roads, one of our prairie contemporaries remarks:  "Transportation is the main factor  in business. The only factor which  could claim equal importance is labor.  For, when the matter is thought out.  transportation, including handling of  goods, is at the base of all commerce.  "Canada has spent m illions of dollars on railways nnd canals, and has  seen such returns that it will jpend  millions more; and in this it is wise.  But railways and canals form only ihe  main arteries of a transportation system1; and the veins are just as necessary in the form of roads. No network of railways will ever cover the  whole country so as to render thousands of miles of roads not necessary;  and Canada is awakening up to see the  value of good roads. Graduuly even  the most rural farmer is beginning to  see that if he can .haul a large load on  n good road, and with lees wear and  tear on both horses and wagon, the  good road saves him money. Whjn ho  can haul as much in three trips to the  railway station as ho could lormoily  in five trips, ho does not need rnvch  argument to admit that the condition  of the road is of financial intar^t to  him.  "But beyond the individual fainter  comes the public. What ia'their mter-  rst in good roads in the country? They  perhaps, never see theso roads and never rse th��m. Why should it leu of ill-  retort, nn'l why pay taxes to.' t-.tlli?  Because, as transportation oninrs ;*o  largely into the cos! o" over-dli'ng,  whatever lowers thi c st, of :c\m<Pl,'*_  tation will lower the mrrfll cost of  'Ivfalj, Good roads not only ddd to  thi 0 pi'm-' ind prosperity of tlio f.tr-  mer, but ulso lowers costs to the  whole community."  Notice of Sale by Shexiff  City of Kelowna  TKNDi-.KS  POH CONCRICTK WALKS  e.ilcij proppsalH miir'.:od "Tenders  for Concrete Walks" will bo received at  the ollicu of the city rl rkj Kolowna.  up to 10.00 a.m., on Friday, June 1-.  for tho construction of Concrete Walks  in the fol'owing locations:  On the north side of llernurd uvonue  from Pindo/.i street to TIHis streot.  On the south ride oi* Sutherland av**  nuo from IWlo.i street to Richter  streot.  On the north side of Sutherland avenue from Ricbtor street to a point  450 f.et east of Pi 11���������   ' u   .  On the south side of Wo'seey nveuiit*  from Ricktr s'reet to Kthol stroet.  Cn the so ith side of Lawson avenue  from Kichter street to Ethel street.  Plans, pio'iks end specifications may  bo scon at the office of A. I. McNaugh-  ton, CMC, Abbott street, the Engineer  in charge, or nt I'o o c ' lo citv  oltjrk.  Tho o'ty oxpress'y re^rvea the right  to reject any or nil tenders.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowm, B, C. City Clerk.  Juno ?, 101 f, 28  E. ENGLAND!  Pursiinitt to tho "Hxecution Aot", in  the Supreme Court of British Columbia, between:  l'\ M. McLEOD, Plainlift, (Judgment  Creditor)  and  OKANAGAN CANNEBS, LIMITED,  Dilmdnnt (Judgment Debtott)  Pursuant to the order of the Honorable Mr. Justice Morrison, dated  Tuesday the twenty-first day ol April,  11114.   .  Notice? is hereby given that 1 shall  nell by publio auction at tho door ol  the Provincial Court limisi>, Kelowna.  It. ('., al the hour of 11'o'clock in tho  forenoon, TurHi'av I ��� '! r', tliy ol  Juno, 1��M. All anl Singular, Lot 1.  Hloolt 5, on a Mjittoreri nin}> or plan,  Xtinibored 362, commencing at the  .N'orth-weat corner of Block five (5),  thence running due [O'lth two hundred  (200) fo. 6; thenoe duo east ono hundred  1100) foot; thence due north to Iho.j  shoro ot Okanagan Lake two hundred  rind thirty-thrca (233) f et; Ihenoe lol-  lowing Ihe shoro of the Luke to tho  point ol commencement.  Chnrget ante rin r oi tho regittor  against the taid lands are as follows:  1st.���A judgment in favor ol the  I'ruit Magazine Publishing Company,  Limited, lor five hundred and eighty-  five dollais (tfaVOO! Registered 24th  January, 1013.  2nd.���A judgment in f0vor of V. M.  McLood for one hundred and lixty-  foiir dolian and 35 c ntn I��I'11.35),  Registered on 8th, July, 1014.  WEXTWORTH Y. WOOD,  Sheriff.  Ont^d at Kri.'r)i   . " to 18th  day of May, 1011. 23-3(1  P.O. Box 12  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  PUiip,   Specificnlloni    nnd    E liiritta* i  Furniihed  MATHISON  Denllit  KELOWNA   ;:   B.C.  Richmond's  Store-New  fl  Come  to  the  Store  that  Sells  for  Less  We are preparing daily to meet your  needs better than ever before. In Dry  Goods, Clothing and Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, we believe there are few  stores in B. C. that sell reliable merchandise at such close prices. But owing  to the fact we sell for, CASH AND  CASH ONLY, we are in a position to  sell at a much closer margin of profit.  As we have no losses by bad debts  our customers get full value for their  money. Every department in the store  is being well stocked with new and seasonable goods at prices to suit everyone.  RICHMOND'S  CASH STORE - KELOWNA   J  ,V?r%  By Natural Means  N1  [EARLY all formi of diieaie are traceable  to sanitary ignorance and an imperfect  action of the liver.  Eating between meals is a frequent cause of indi-  , gesb'on and intestinal disorders, because introducing  a fresh man of food into the mass already partly dissolved  arrests the healthy action of die stomach and causes the food  first received to lie until incipient fermentation takes place.  The liver, unlike the stomach, is constantly secreting, and when  loo much carbonaceous food has been taken, the bile becomes  too thick and consequently unable to perform iu office. Every  intelligent parson, who appreciates the inestimable value of  good health, should read the "Rules of Life" set forth in the  booklet enclosed in every package of   ���  ENO'S "FRUIT SALT"  By Uriel adhtnaet to thttt mitt, avm tHttt of impairtd conatku-  tjen have mm made haaWiy and comptiativtly robuil. Eno'i "Fruit  Salt" it a haaJth-iivini. coaling aad iawfaratinf beveraft, which ihould  bt bpt in tvtry hwnihold ie rtadiatM far aa tnnwiencr. Whereithai  bttn ukan ia the tuMwl Hum ��f dbtttt, it hat ia mtay iaataacti  prevtattd what would cthtvwtie*lat��t bttn a mmm ,11mm.  Ordtr a Utl. TO-DAY fraai yaw imim.    .  Ptampui only ay  IC ENO. UmlUj, "Fruit Salt" Work*,  London, England  Xt^t��(*mm��,Hm^F.\U+mtC<>.,LbmuUif  mt&_jm*  <** THUB8DAY, .TUNE 4, 1914.  KELOWNA  RECORD  Out List of  POULTRY FOOD  I Ib.or 100 lbt.  WHOLE WHEAT  CRUSHED WHEAT*  WHOLE CORN  CRUSHED CORN  BONE MEAL  CRUSHED!BONE  OYSTER SHELL  BEEF SCRAPS  POULTRY TONIC  CHICK FOOD  Specially for young chick.  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Fire Proof construction Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The kind that guarantees your success  Timothy and Clover Seed for sale  We are agents for the  "De Laval" Cream Separators  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, ia  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  25 p.c. Reduction on Grass Chairs  for the month of June only  Thia Rocker only $5" Thi�� Chair only $4  Prices range from $3.50 to $5  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  m*m*^*m**0*m*Sa*m,*a*m*m**a**t**��\**mm**m^  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. L L DAIRY  A, LANCE Preprint!  -   CREAM, BUTTER. EGGS. &c.  Special Cows, far Infants  Oa Monday. June I at, w. art opening up tht large atore mat our dairy on  Pindoti Sir, a. an Alttrnoon Tta Itoom aad for aale of until fruit and cream  Two DtUttriti Daily  TERMS CASH  Retail Dairy, Paadott Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  OF GREAT OCEAN  LINER STRIKES HORROR  THROUGH CANADA  ,    (CoaUaoW bora Fed 1.)  tire Salvation Army io Canada, it  gone." he taid. "Out ol - our Salvation par,y ol ISO, on board, probably  less than twenty wart wiouad.  "1 was on the upper deck and therefore had a better chanoe to get to  lalety than those in the lower bertht.  The water oame in through tha port  holes ol the lower deoku before the  paasengera realized their danger.  "I wai arouted Irom aleep by, the  impact and awakened the others in  my cabin. I grabbed a Ue preserver  and went out to the deck. On deck  there were no life belts anl quits a  number ol people were standing  about apparently usable to 'determine what to do. I gave my belt to a  woman ol our party. 1 tied die belt  un hor myself.  "I swam in the direction ol the  vessel that ran ui do' n! wat pulled into a lifeboat ol the oollier."  "When I wat taken on board I taw  many men rescued, r radically unclothed. I was almost in a s state of nakedness myself and the rest ol those  on board were shivering in a bad way  from the icy water.  "Ai I swam through the icy water  1 heard the dull explosion caused by  the water reaching tho engine! of the  sinking ship. It wai followed by a  burst of steam that spread to all  parts of the vessel. Then oame a  quick listing of the liner and she  turned over. It looked to me at il  she turned turtle.  "The behavior ol the crew was on  the whole good, though it mutt be  said ihat the men hardly had time  to collect themselves or to effect  rescue, in any systematic way. The  boat was really sinking before the  crew or anybody olee realized it or  could do anything. i  "Those of the crew who got to the  deck 'tried to launrh a o t cn the  upturned side of the vessel, but this  was impossible because the list was  suoh that the boat could not be put  into the water and landed on the side  of the vesael.  "The decks were almost propendicu-  lar, so that many pns ongcrs in order  to escape had to slide down from the  high side to the lower or water side."  | Empresi of Ireland a Magnificent  Liner- '  The Empress of Ireland was launched  at Govan-on-the-Clyde, January 27th,  1906. She was built lor the Montreal  Quebec and Liverpool trade. The vessel had the tame launching weight as  the Kmpress of Britain, which is the  largest ever put into the Clyde from  the Fairfield yards, and in every respect was an exact duplicate ol that  magnificent ocean liner.  Her actual measurements were:  Length 550 feet; breadth, 65 feet;  depth to tne upper deck 40 leet. Her  registered tonnage wai. 14,500 tons,  and displacement about 20.000 tons.  The accommodation for travelers  was both luxurious and extensive. On  and above the main deck could be  accommodated 310 first class, 470  second class and 600 third class passengers and 270 steerage passengers on  the lower deck forward. Much tpnee  wai devoted to cargo, and special er-  rangementt were made for carrying  frozen moats and refrigerating appliance!. There were in all, eight deoki,  and long, spacious promenades��� ��re-  pared against all kind! ol wtathor-  extonded for the greater length ol the  ���hip, in ont case running aft lo the  atern.  The stateroom arrangements were  outttanding features, large, airy and  comfortable, and the dining-rooms  wen finished in sumptuous ityle.  There were smoking rooms, irraiio  rooms, libraries, tocial halli nnd ea'ta.  In overy case furniihed and unbclattr-  ed with lavish attention to comfort.  Then wai a complete inttallatl m ol  electric light and generating plnnt ai  well ai wireless telegraph inttill.itbn.  The prtpello? maohinery cooli It-id ol  two toll of quadruple txpantion engine!, and wat ol lufBoient hontpower  to maintain an average tpaed of 18  knoll an hour at iea. Nint boilers  generated tht steam, with a total ol  tixty furnaoee. The part* and fitting!  wen of the mott modern description.  Sir Thomat Shaughneuy, pretidtnt  of the Canadian Pacific Railway, lamed tha following itatement, "The  oatattrophe, because of tht great lost  of lift, ii the mott serious thing In the  hiatory ol the St. Lawrence route.  "Owing to tha distance ol telegraph  or telephone station! from tht totne  of the wrtok there ii an unavoidable  delay in securing official details, but  we expect a report Irom Captain  Kendall in the count of tht afternoon. Trom the lactt, aa we have  them, it il apparent that about two  o'clock on the morning ol the accident  the Einprea* of Ireland, when itopped  lb a dense tog, wai rammed; on thi  port tide by the collier Storstad in  nidi a manner   at to tear the    ihip  from the middle to the t��rew, thut  making the watertight bulkhead, with  which she Wai provided, 'useless.  "The vessel settled down in fourteen  minutes. The accident occurred at a  time when the passenger! were in bed,  and the interval before the steamship  went down was not sufficient to enable  the officers to arouse the passengers  and get them into the' boats, of whioh  there was sufficient t6 acoommodate  a very much larger number ol people  .than those on board, including passengers and crew.     ,    *        ,  "That such an accident ahould be  possible in the St. Lawrence and to  a vessel ol the class oi the Empress  ol Ireland, with every possible pie-  caution taken by the owners to insure safety for the passengers and tho  vessel, is deplorable. The saddctt  feature of the disaster it, oi course,  the great loss ol Hie, and the heartfelt sympathy ol everybody connoted  with the oompany goes out to the  relative! and friends af those who  met death in the ill-fated steamship."  Parliament Makei Sympathetic  Reference tp Ditaater  The marine disaster oil Father Point  overshadowed all else at Ottawa Friday morning and when tbe Housa opened a feeling ol depression and gloom  prevaded the chamber. The Prime  Minister took his seat with a copy ol  the latest extra in hia hand and during  the preliminary proceedings, the early  story ol the catastrophe was perused  by him and Hon. Geo. E. Footer, his  desk mate. When the orders of the  day were called, the Premier rote with  the paper in his hand.  I would like to say just a word"  said he, "respecting the disaster, tidings of which have been brought to  us today. In its awful suddenness and  in the dreadful toll of human life  taken the disaster ia one which brings  a' shock, such aa we, in thit country,  have never felt before. I am speaking  of the earlier reports. Later reports  are more reassuring. I sincerely, hope  they are true.  "That this Bhip, only two hours out  from Quebec in the dead ol night,  and with 1300 passengers on board,  should be so badly damaged as to sink  in ten or twenty minutes comet to us,  in this oountry and this House, as a  most appalling shook. I.do not believe from the reports whioh have  oome in that this is a disaster which  oould have been averted by nnyth'.i^  the country could have done in rendering the navigation ol the St. Lawrence more sale. It came in a log,  and could not have been prevented bv  any safeguard to navigation. In  view of the magnitude of tbe disaster,  it iB fitting that something should be  said in this House, that we should express our deep regrets for the disaster  and our profound sympathy lor those  bereaved."  "The hand of late haa been heavy  against ut during the paat few  months," said Sir Wilfrid Laurier.  "This ii the third disaster on the St.  Lawrence route since navigation  opened two months ago, and in Ion  ol life It has surpassed anything since  the wreck of the Titanic. In proportion ol Iobs ol life, this even excels the  Titanio itself. It is premature to ox-  press an opinion on tha disaster, but  it ii difficult to believe that such an  accident oould takt place in tht St.  Lawrence bo near to Father Point end  not be prevented. I wiH not nut  judgment and I hope it will turn out  to be one ol those ditatten whioh  could not have been prevented by  human agency. The sympathies ol  ail will go out to the viotims ind perhaps substantially in another v.'uy  later on. I will join with the Premier  in extending to the families of thutt  who have been lott our aincerest awl  arid deepest sympathy."  Few Greater Ditaater* in Marine  History  Tht lott ol lift on tht Emprett of  Ireland hat been equalled or tiotedtd  by only four marina diiaitert ia tkt  latt century. Then win the lott ol  the Ithone, Wye, and other vettelt at  St. Thomat, in tht gnat hurricane oi  October 99, 1867, whtn 1,000 person,  parithed'; tht burning ol the txcunion  boat General Solemn in tht Eatt rivtr  New York, on June 16, 1904, with an  approximate loss ol 1000 Uvea; that  mott terrible ol all marina diaatttn  ol modern timet, the lott ol tht Titanic on April 14, 1912, which tank alter  a collision with an iceberg with 1490  of her company, and the loss ol tht  Kikt Maru off tht. Japanese coast on  September 28, 1912, with 1000 livtt.  Other disasters that approximated in  lots of life the fatality list of the Emprett ol Ireland wen tha Prince*.  Allot, sunk in collision in the rivtr  1 hamei, September 3, 1878, with a lott  of 70O, the Ertogrul, foundered oft tha  Japanese coait, September 28, 1890,  lost 640; the Utopia, sunk off Gibraltar in collision, March 17, 1891, with a  lott ol 674; the Norge, strand d off  Rookall Reef, June 25,1894, with a Ion  ol 600; La Bourgoyne, lost In collision  In the North Atlan". ly 14, 1898,  with a lost of 671; tht Japanese bat-  tlethip Miknthi, blown up on September 12, 1906, with a lott of 699.  We have Further Funds to Invest in  HRST M<toGAGE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Something you WANT ia what you ahould buy.  An article you DONT WANT ia costly  at any price.  If you want to buy a useful article, go to  COX'S  Second - Hand Store  If you have anything to Sell go to   OX'S  If you want to Exchange something,  go to COX'S, at the  Corner of Water Street and Lawrence  Ave, opposite Opera House  We will endeavour to supply your wants  A  Line of New Crockery alwayt  in  stock  Singer Sewing Machines  SPECIAL  Two light Democrats for sale.    One large  Peninsular  Range.   One oak Extenaioii Table.   Mahogany Dreiser  and Commode,   One oak Buffet.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Eatiinalaa Furniahed on all kinda ol building*.      Reaideacei aad Ml dart  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing. House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full Kni of interior decorationt, cocnieririg of the lata* antl tent up-  to-date will hanging..    Call and intpeet my ttack of Wallpapart and get my  ettimala on your spring painting aad decorating.  Qty and country patronaga aoKcittd  Now Open  Morgan's  Ice Cream Parlors  Opposite Board of Trade offices  We Make our own Ice Grain  entirely of the Purest Cream Obtainable, and oui  parlors are cool, clean and comfortable.  Ice Cream In Bulk  supplied in any quantity (or ptrtiei, Ate.  Pure Candiea, Cigara. Cigarette* and Tobacco  FRANK W. MORGAN     .  ���     PROPRIETOR ���".'"  KELOWNA   RECORD  THl'BSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.  mTvm  It conquers distance���at lowest  .cost, Think of it���thousands of  Ford owners are traveling for less  than two cents a mile. The Ford  has given the freedom of the " open  road" to the man of moderate  . income.  Sii hundred dollar, i. tin; price ol the Ford  runabout ; the touring car it aix fifty ; the town  car nine hundred--!, o. b. Tord, Ont.. complete  with equipment. Get catalog and particular, from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. - KELOWNA, B.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new English Churches)  Plants  in great variety-  Perennials, Annuals and Vegetables  A freali supply of CARTER'S SEEDS has just arrived  (.UfFLOWiiRS FLORAL WORK POT PLANTS  Plume 88  PALMER & ROGERSON  P.O.Box 117  -THE  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three doors north of Bnnk of Montreal)  Engliali Cooking.   Tasty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  15 cents  OnliTs taken  (or Crumpeta, Home-made Cakes, etc.  BREMSFAB-r.3 . LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New and Second-Hand   Harness.   Special  Sanitary   Sweat  Pads and Back Pads.        They can be washed.  THOMLINSON  WATER STREET I l.mea. Maker  Store adjoining the 25c atore  *"    KELOWNA  Phone 257  P.O. Boa 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Surce.aor. to the Morri.on-Thompaon Co.]  riiiuibtnp. Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, rumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop:  Ciates, Edwards & Gowen GaraBe        KELOWNA, B.C.  High-Class White Rocks  A lew setting. Irom apecially .elected pen, headed by  Best Male in American Class.  at Kelowaa Show, mated  with  ail aplendid pullet., including FIRST  PRIZE breading pen, Fir.t and Second Pullet.  $5.00 per 15; Utility, $2 00 per 15  Apply Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  .Rural Route No, I, Kelowna  -THE -  Standard Plumbing & Heating Cu.  PRACTICAL AND SANITARY PLUMBERS  Bathi, Toilet, Buini tad Sink., fitted on ths noil approved principle  Before having that bath room lilted up get in on our figures.  We have a special rate (or these hard timet.   Inspection invited  Rttidence Eli Avenue  Between Water and Ptndozi Street.  JW   Phone 335  Baptist Young People's  Society Close Season  The c'oaing meeting of the Baptist  Young People's Society waB held' on  Monday, when a mo;1 successful social  evening was Hpent- The president, Mr.  G. K. iS. Blackaby took charge of a  long but interesting program of competitions, and vocal selections. Before  tho program was omburlfed irpon the  preBS correspondent gave a report on  tho various meetings held during the  past season. Ho paid -tribute to the  kindness and courtesy of the editors  of thu local papers for publishing reports of the meetings and spoke of the  variety of tho evenings' entertainments  whieh had gono far to mako the (tension tho great succcbb it was. After  a competition on atithoi'R, three groups  of seven each wore caHed upon to sing  well known ditties. This waB followed by impromptu speeches 0n sealed  subjects by half a dozen of tho audience, who spoke on such topics as,  "Babies" "Votes for Women" '"Incubators" "Boys and Girls" and "Home  llule", Tho siwwches wero most entertaining. A short program of vocal  Ron, Messrs Weeks and Pelton, (mixing part being, Misses tfuffgap and Wil-  und solo with guitar accompaniment)  d quartette). Mrs. Blenkarn (reading  and solo with guitar accompanimcot)  Messrs Wada (reading) and'Mr. Crowcroft (humorous pongs). "Refreshmonts  .voro thou served round and tho pro-  ram was brought to a close by tho  ringing of "Auld Lung Syne". Mr.  'Ilackaby subsequently told n real  .'host story to an interested audience.  PRAYER BOOK REVISION  Details of the proposed revision of  the book of Common Prayer for the  'hurch of England in Canada, as  igreed upon by the general committeo  m revision, have been made public, deigned chiefly to remove archaic ox-  .ressions, as woll ns to give liturgical  sanction to a number of changes which  it ready have the sanction of usage.  Some of   the addition*    include     a  lumber of new sontencos at tho     beginning of   the morning    and evening  rayer,  and new  special  anthems    are  included for the use of holy days.  After the prayer for tha royal family  two now prayers are inserted, one for  he Governor-General of the Dominion  f Canada ana tho Lioutenant-Oov-  rnors of the provinces, and the other  i prayer including the royal family  iindtftll in authority.  A compromise has been made in regard to the Athanasian Creed. "Who-  ���never will be saved, before all things  t is necessary that he hold the catholic faith." etc., together *vith the other damnatory claiiBis, have been left  out.  Monthly Weather Report  for April  Compiled   by   G. R. Binger,   Government Observer.  Total precipitation   O���  Till* ONLY.    MIOTHOD OF VALUVT-  1NG DAIRY COWS  FIBEBLIGHT BAD IN WASHINGTON j  So serious is fireblight in tho orchards of Yakima county nnd other lo- j  entities in central Washington thatj  Governor Lister has canceled his first  day's attendance at the tax conference  in Seattle in order to make a personal  trip of investigation in tho Yakima  valley.  A dairy cow's value is largely based  i her ability to produce at the ) a.l.  The introduction of the weigh scabs  and Bahcook test to the dairy world  has revealed this fact. Theso tutt'O  little instruments have brought ior-  ward more startling conclusions than  this. M any dairymen hesitate to undertake this work on account of tho  initial expense of three or four dollars  for the necessary outfil, and tho extrr.  trouble occasioned by its use.  This is a distinct example of folly,  Untested cows have been bought nnd  sold in absolute ignorance of their real  value ns producers. A few months'  test has added $50 to 8100 to some  cows' value because their productive  power was mado known,  This vital fact should not be overlooked. Hundreds of poor cowb are  bein/ kept to:lay nt huge expense of  whose low value (he owners are also  probably ignorant. Yet a three dollar  outfit would help discover them, soon  turning the present loss into distinct  savings. Than'is to the small expense  many dairymen are now making an  additional income of three hundred dollars from twenty cows, because the  pooi est have been discarded. It wid  abundantly pay ey<r dairyman to  keep dairy records.���Nor. West Farmer.  AMERICAN AND MEXICAN ENVOYS) TO SETTLE THE DIFFICULTIES  Above seated in the auto are the American Commissioners. From left to  right-thoy are, Robert F. Rose; of the State department, who has the party  in charge; II. R. Dodge, secretary to the American commission, Judge Joseph Lamar, of the supreme court and Frederick W. Lehmann, of St. Louis,  the, two mediators. Below from left to right are: F. De La Regata, one of  tho Mexican party, R. Roderizues, and Emilio Rabaza, two of the Mexican  mediators. The photos were taken at Niagara Falls, Ont., where tho mediation conferences are being held, Notwithstanding the military successes of the  ���rebtris. the mediators are planning to bring about an agreement between the  TTnited States and the Huerta govern-ment, expecting tp obtain acquiescence  by the rebels at a later date through separate negotiations.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  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  The Handsomest Iron  You Ever Saw  ���bv^t ill far more than that. We are ready to prove to you that tha  Hotpoint  Electric Inn  It At kni ft*  It ktttt quickar  -it una laat current-it will do  ANY work-hta.  dla alway. cold-  point alway. hot  -attached aland  aavti ill lihint-  fuarintied (or  TEN yttn.  We want to show you all about it, and the many other  kinds of domestic labor-savers which we cany. Come in.  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C.  mmm THOBfllUy, JUNE 4; 1914.  nre doubly pleasant when you  KODAK  Anybody can make good pictures the Kodak way.  No dark-room (or any part of  the work.  Kodaks, $7 to $60  Brownies, $ I to $12  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelowna, B.C.  Firewood  Pine, Fir, Poplar  Under 5 ricks, $2.75 rick  5 ricks 6t over, $2.50 rick  Merritt Coal, $11  Fence Potta, 20c.  Bee Suppliet  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled tad renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  Firet-Claa. Service.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 tickets (or $1.  V Lee, Manager.   J. N.Sandera, Prop.  Houses to Rent  7-roomtd houat on St. Paul ttrett, all  modem oonvenienoea. Best $30.00  par month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter itrtet,  eleotrio light and oity water. Rant  190.00 ptr month.  6-roomed houti, Woodlawn, good garden. Rant 120.00 per month.  4-roomed home, good looation. Rent  ���13.00 par month.  Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., Lid.  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Rtgtittrtd Number 483*1  DON ZOMBRO IS A BAY. STALLION  18.8   h.ndt,   aired by   Zonbro, dam  Bamblar Maid, by Eodgirl, by   Mar-  quit, by Burbon Wilket.  Don Zombro ittrttd 3 ytara ago In tha  thrtt-minuta trot or paot at Kelowaa  and Vernon, winning both raoti, making a' mf* ** Vernon ol 3.88.  Some ol hit oolti art ttepping in  bttttr than 3.80 baton thty art two  ysan old, notably Zombronum, which  ptomiMt to be in thi 3.10 IU* ia 1814  Bt it a baautlml darv mahogany  bay, a great produotr, and kind i.nd  gentle In rUtpotltion.  KELOWNA  BBCORD  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angela' Church.  HabCaaaanaiaa^fM aad third Sunday, in th.  ���aoalhatla.ai.1 aetaedaad feaflh SuaaWa. altof  Moraint Pravar.  Uaar ��w tha Sol awl thfad Sanaa...  Menint Prayer at II o'decki Etaafew Pra��a, al  St Andrew'e, Okanagan Minion.  Finn aad third Sunday ianealb.Malin.and Litany  .      ,.   .    m" *�����>���  Sacand Sunday, Hob Communion at a a.m.  REV. THOS. QREENE. B. A.. Raatar.  School Report  for the Month  Kalowna  On Roll Avar-  PRESBYTBRIAN  Knox Pmbyttrian Churoh, Kelowna.  Menuat Sarriaa. at 11 a.a..ieraah,eanieeiat 7iM  a.m.  Sunday School alJiM p.m.  WaaabPmyaiMaMiatan Wadnaaiay. at S p.m.  Rer. A. DUNN, B.D.. Paatar  BENVOULIN Vfii'SBYTERIAN'  BETHEL CHURCH  Same. 7.30 p.m.  Sunday School 2 30 p.m.  RUTLAND  Sarrica 11 a.m.        Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Sarrica 3.30 p.m.  .R.v. W. T. BEATT1E, Pattoi.  METHODIST  Ktiowna Methodiat Church.  Sabbalh Seme, at 11 a.m. and 7-M p.m.  Sunday Sohool al 2:30 p.m.  Midwaak emrica Weduaaday ai I p.m.  Division 1   80  *'     II   34  " m  34  "     IV   30  "      V   36  "     IV  38  "   VH   33  ".   VIII   33  "     IX  80  '*      X   36  "     IX  38  "     XII   38  age  39.20  38.87  31.75  37.05  33.80  34.57  39.77  38.13  37.12  23.85  25.35  24.77  332.62  ...   89.8  MEETING OF OTT COUNCIL  (Cmluraad (rom Flat U  MODERN INFLUENCES ON  OLD JERUSALEM  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptiat Church, Ellia St.  Sabhath Sarrica. at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Sabbalh School al 2.30 p.m.     All walcsma  Wed. 7.30. p.m. Rer. D. J. Wel.h, Pa.tor  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONE  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURED IN UXSILRN CANADA  BYTHECLElAHD:lll|gBl'r|r?��iC#i  V- , I OOII   WuplJi IH.DC.  v �� w c o M v Ir.  -lli.lR.1 ''��� zZ  AOEKTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  Total     259  Attendance percentage    HONOR BOLL  Diviiion I.���Ewart Fletoher,   Frenoit  Buokkand, Margaret Clark.  Division   II.���Harry .Tontn,    Bobtrt  Dykes, Tom Ritchie.  Division III.���Charlie Stuart, Dorothea Buck, Beatrice Wilson.  Division IV. ���Nellie Jones,     Hazel  Williams, Carrie Bolt.  Division V.���Will Thomlinson,     Gilbert Clarke, Beaaie Haug.  Division VI.��� Ronald Todd,   Robert  Ryder, Geo. Ryder, Alex Brodie, equal.  Division VII.���Willie Andrews,   Eddie  Pettigrew, Bessie Thompson.  Division VIII.-Halph Ball, Hugh McKenzie, Alice Byrns.  Division IX.���Cyril Weeks, Lyle  Mo-  Kinlny, Lillian Webster.  Division X.���Elwyn   Williams,   Billie  Morrison, Mildred Cox.  Division XL���Doris Hunttone,    .laok  Ryder, Grace Cox.  Division   XII. ��� Frances Treadgold,  Floreocc Ryder, Beatrice Fraser.  Florence Ryder, Beatrice Fraser.  In Hot Weather  ICE CREAM  mikei an ideal deaaert  with your dinner. We  can nil you t  Small brick, enough for 8,.40c  ���    pail.       ,,      .,  4.25c  Large brick ��� ��� I6..80c  ���    pail       ���      ��� 10..50c  Pint pailt 35c  Quart pails 70c  Ju.t givt ut a phone  call about 20 or 30  minutci before you  want it, and we will  hatt it delivered for  you, or drop in on your  way home far a pail  or a brick.  For tht but go to  AlsgarcTs  PHONE no  Black Mountain  DIVISION I  Stud-  l.eslie Richards ... 95  Lillian Sproul ... 95  Verna Dalgleish ... . 95  Enrlu MoDonald .... 95  tferriam Woolsey .   85  Rita Maxwell    93  Elwood Fleming ...   86  Mildred Ford    90  Beth Dalgleish  .  .   95  Gertie Renfrew     95  Jean McDonald . .   90  DIVISION n  Mona Ruth Woolsey  79  Elmer Rice ,    . .  Hazel Betett . . .  Evaleen Harrison  Elva Fleming . . .  Minnie Monford . .  Evelyn Sproul . .  Jeanie Warden . . ,  Carton Dalgleish .  Verna Ford .....  John Campbell . .  Clifford Renfrew . .  80  .79  77  81  70  70  78  71  100  99  lOOr  100  89  100  100  96  92  95  100  95  93  85  77  100  78  65  75  75  85  75  79  76  82  81  77  78  87  ���-point upon which .orne ol tba com- , ^ ���;���/ ^^ ^ ^^ l���u  mittee vAo iad rinoe tpoken to tarn than nv<Mioauy oh.,,,, fa, the  were a little disiatiiHed. They bad lev- Ho]y CUy g ^^^ ^ ^ ^  ored the Buick car and at the meeting 8oon to ^ mnM qu| ^ prOTM(|  held by the brigade no vote had bttn j jOTa8alem Wth , modmn ^^  taken until late in tbe evening when ^ street ^ -^^ ^ ^ ^^  mott of the memberi had gone .away. (,.gbl    ^ ^ u tito io   h,v.    a  It was left with Aldtnnan Batten- ��� amb needed wJ(WIat< wator mfply-  bury and Alderman Copeland to at- ,n Qt6m ^ aum* timm Imprtwt-  otrtain il the fire brigade were ttill I ^ ^ m<(imln ,��������� �������� joth.  of the opinion expreued m their letter | ^^^ ^ k j, m09tuty to ^  and if so to see that the truck wai or- , down ^ pioturo,f|1Ie ���noient ������,  dered without delay. -:. | and mMin U)mtn of the ^y.  Alderman Adami reported that the , ^ rapi<JKtv ^ wMon Jgrui(lleni  committee had interviewed the man.- j -a exten<fi throttgh th��� .���,���, ���,  ger ot the Canning Co., in reference to the Jewf ^ ^ ^Jfa, a, &  the proposed sewer, and the oompany L, q| their mMmU>n hal ntA���.  had accepted the council tpropoeal to i, theM j vementl ������,���,, To  pay the coil of laying the pipe to j the north ^ mmi ���, ^ oM dt  make    the   connection on the under-   ^ have ^.^ ^  ttanduig that the o.ty would   .upply   ^ ymn ^ , ^^.p^^,     0,  tht pipe free.  It wai itated that the  the   ^^   ^^   ^  pipe had already been ordered. , Jewiin ^^   ^^.^ mlitatiti  sections, at well ai convent!, hot-  pices, institution!, schools, and other buildings, with tin rank that today there it a greater Jerusalem  without the walla than within.  Four separate tramway routes are  to be laid down. They will all itart  from the Jaffa Gate, and run outside the city walls through the newer  parts of Jerusalem. The first, which  will have a length of about two  miles will give easy access to what  may be termed the "business quarter" of the Holy City. The second of  similar length, will link up the large  Jewish colonies to the north with  the city's principal entrance. The third  will encircle the old oity, embracing  many of its molt historic sites, such  'Calvery" believed bv many scholar! to be the scene ol the Crucifiction,  the Tomb of the Kings, the Mount of  Olives, and the Valley of Jehosaphat.  The fourth line will run from the  Jaffa Gate to Bethleham, about six  miles away, traversing what Is perhaps the most sacred thoroughfare! in  the world, It teems with holy plaoes  ���sacred wellt, tombs and convents.  The work of laying the rails is to  begin this month, and according to  the terms ol the concession, the syndicate has power to extend the lines  in any direction lor a distance ol some  twenty-five miles.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lmvm Ktlewaa ���:���.���., 3.30 p.a  Lmtm Wttlbaak 9.30 ���.���., *��.m  ���Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Uavti Ktlowat 11 a.m.  Um WatbSeak 11.30 *.���.  DETECTS SPIDERS THROUGH  SIXTH SENSE  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phont No. 108  Don Zombro will stand (or service  st Mas Jenkina fit Co.'s itsble  TERMS: $15 for tingle lesp; $20  (or season; $25 to insure  (Payable whtn mart previa to be in foal)  R.A.COPELAND  -   Owner  G. H. I HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Urntt Studloa la tht Interior  Portrait, by appointment  An extraordinary story ol a woman's  spider sense has been related to the  London Timet, by a medical correspondent. This woman can detect, hor  husband says, the prettnot ol a ipider  in any room the happen, to ba living  in without having seen tht intent, or,  indeed, without having any ration to  suppose that it wat thut. Tht diicov-  ery it accompanied by violent liokneii,  malaite, and even debility, but all  theie symptoms at once pan away  whtn tht ipider is caught and removed from the room."  Tht writer tell, the following ttory:  "A lew night, ago tha lady referred  to joined her huiband at thi houat  where ht wai staying. In the middlt  ol the night my new acquaintance  came to my room and atked me to  attend hit wile, who had btoomt very  unwell.  "I followed him, and lound bit  wile in a state which suggested Hidden coUapte. She wai vtry pale, with  a feeble pulse and rapid breathing.  She declared that she felt dreadlully  tick and that tht wai absolutely oertain then wat a ipider somewhere in  the room.  "So intiitent wat she on this point  that to humor her, but without in the  leatt believing her story, her husband  and I lit a eandla and searobed every  nook and cranny ol the room. We  lound nothing, and were about to givt  up tha rather ridiculous pursuit when  tbe patient luddmly announced that  the 'had a feeling that the ipider wai  upon tha mantlepiece.  "We looked there, and had satisfied ourselves she was quite mistaken,  whtn it occurred to me to lilt the  edge of tht flounce turrounding the  woodwork. As I did so a large black  ipider ran quickly along the cloth toward a holt in tht wood and dliap-  pesnd.  'The huiband and I looked at <-ne  another, and I ligned to him to afford  Mr. Geo. Thomlinson applied in per.  ton lor permission to place tie posts  in Iront ol his harness ihop on Water  street. He was informed that no objection ahould be raised if tbe posts  were metal ones satisfactory to the  board ol works.  A petition was read Irom Mr. 6..E.  Ritchie and others asking the counoil  to extend I.corr avenue through Block  54 from Richter street '.o I'tliel street  at a work ol local improvement. The  matter was handed over to the city  engineer for report.  A letter was received Irom Mrt. H.  H. Millie, president ol the Kelowna  Benevolent Society, as'iing that the  council immediately plaoe at their disposal one-half ol the 1*200 grant for  1914. The repiost was complied   with.  A rebate of the whole ol tbe street  watering rates for April and one-third  ol tho rates ior May was decided upon  for occupieri of Abbott, Water, Richter  and Ethel streets, also Lawrence, Harvey, Glenn, Eli and Park Avtnuef.  f.       This was owing to the fact that the  Alien-   duet   ���Pr'n'''cr na<'n0' DOen on theae street!  j^ until the latter part of April,  lflo 76 ^ was deeded to make an increase  of il!> per month in the wages of Mr.  Teal, the city foreman for a period  of six months during the busy season.  The following accounts   were patted  for payment:  Messrs. Etter k Simpson one  foot stem     *   LOO  Etter k Simpson,   800 guardt   280.00  Kelowna Courier, printing and  advert. Nov. k Deo    125.95  T. S. Ruffell,    taking evidence  in oaurt  ���..      5.00  Okanagan Telephone Co. April  rates    Power house pay roll, March..  G. H. Dunn, salary (March) ..  F. V. Royle, salary (March; ..  W. H. Ronnie, salary, (March)  P. T. Dunn, Salary, (March) ..  Kobt. Sutherland, salary    Albert Gibb, salary, (March)  A. R. Davy, salary, (March) ...  E. Weddell, Salary for   March  quarter     125.00  R. Sutherland, transportation  lor lunatic and constable ,  W. Sabine, sewerage work    G.  F. Teal,  waterworks     F. Swainson, waterworki    J. Wilton, pole line  work    Burne & Temple, city solicitors'  salary (March    quarter) ...  P. Coffiy, water works    D. McMillan,   digging grave .  W.  Marshall water worki    Dr. H.L.A. Keller, office rent.  J. A. Digger, salary (March) ,  II. I. Johnston rent ol polioe  quarters for March    G. Markham, cleaning office and  fire hall for January    P. Smith attendance at fin ...  Gaddos-McTaviah Ltd. interest  on Dr. Gaddes' loan    A. E. Boyer,     collector  tonu    Dominion Eipreat Co ...  Kelowna Machine Shopa  tendance with auto at lint  E. Corby, plumbing intpec-  ton feat for Feb   C.P.R. Co. freight    S. Gray, blueprint!    City hand, grants    H. M. Witter, cement roller *  building sidewalk    i��� park  Benevolent Society,   grant     100.00  Ritohie Contracting 4i Supply  Co, water wagon    267.02  Ain Eouwar, when tba ureter win be  stored and brought into tha sit*' aa  required.  Quite  'Wieterniiad'*  "That Jerusalem it gradually being westernised It evident," says tha  correspondent ol tha   "Daily E*preti."  'A few months ago a water earl was  brought out from England to water  the roads, which had previously beta  sprinkled Irom akin.. Than it waa only a year ago that tbe Holy City waa  equipped with an efficient telephont  service, while now itt police an to  have bicycles. Than sot only is Jera*  lalem, but all over the oountry, modern methods an being brought, into  vogue. On tbe rich plaint ol Sharon,  lying between Jaffa and Jeruialem one  may detect modern harvesting aad  reaping machine! operated by motor..  "Tbii ii a vait improvement on tba  old fashioned method ol reaping by  hand and threshing by oxen. Tbe  extemive orange grovet around Jaffa  an now being irrigated by water  raited by motor driven pumps. At  Jaffa tbe French an.to build a harbor, which it certainly badly needed.  "A motor boat bea been placed oa  the Dud Sea, and limilar craft an  running upon the Jordan and the Sea  of Galilee, carrying both patiengen  and freight. Upon the thorn of tbe  latter sheet of water a fiih-curing  and sardine factory i. to be established."  27.60  665.55  166.66  110.00  90.00  100.00  125.00  . 85.00  166.66  14.00  08.-5  100.00  04.00  <>.66  00.00  S4.S2  COO  :M7  i7.50  '.'5.00  David's Tower  The city walla, which have a circumference oi about three miles,  rise in plaoes to a height of thirty-  eight and a hall feet, are now being  offered by the government for sale as  building material. It it expected, however, that efforta will be made to save  isolated motions, more particularly the  massive towers. Indeed influential citizens ol Jerusalem have formed a to-  ciety and are approaching the government with a view to preserving  "David's Tower" which they propose  to convert into a museum  NOTICE  Notice it hereby given, that at the  next ttetutory meeting of the Board of  Liceniing Commissioners for the City  of Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply for a renewal of my licence to sell liquor by retail in tbe  premises known ai the Palace Hotek,  situated on the north side of Bernard  av?nue, between Water street and Pendozi street, in the City of Kelowna,  b. c. ��� ,      : , ���'  Dated the 21st day of May, 1914.  26-30  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot "A" Map 970  Osoyoos Division, Yalt District  Notice is horebj  _i.cn that I   shall  at the expiration ol one month irom  the date of the firat publicatiob hereof    issue a   certificate ol Indefeasible  J Title to the above, mentioned Lot   in  and the name ol George Parker Dolaen un  lets in the meantime valid objection it  made to me in writing. Tbe holder of  the following documents relating to  the above lands; viz;���  1. Grant Irom the Crown to Francis Ortolan, dated August lit, 1883  of Lot 128, Gr. 1. Osoyoos Diviiion,  Yale District.  2. Conveyance in fee, Francit Ortolan, to Charles Luvaisuer, dated August 6th, 1884:  3. Conveyance in iee, (hnrles Levat-  n, -  I    -���- ~�����jou��ai in iee, > imr.es i.evai-  Of late yean Jerusalem     hat   tuf- luer to Joseph Christian, dated, Ar>  fered greatly from the want of fresh  water. With the exoeption of a small  quantity brought into the city Irom  the ancient pools ol Solomon, near  Bethlehem, by means ol a pipe which  rant along the old aqueduct, the  Holy City is entirely dependent lor  its water upon the rainfall. Now reservoirs an to be built in the upper  part ol the valley ol the Brook Cher-1  ith, at the springs of Ain Fariah and 25-29  ril 15th, 1887";  4. Mortgage in fee, Joseph Cbrit-  tian to Frank Richter, dated \pril  19th, 1887.  ia   requested   to deliver tht taint   to  me forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry OffK-e,  Kamloopt thit 4th day ol May, A. D.  1914.  C. H. DUNBAR  Dittriot Registrar.  ou.  11.   At-  W.C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant tnd Ettjmatti  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Ciowley Block, Ktiowna  P.O. Bea SI I  no indication of what had occurred.  But jutt the a sigh 0f relief from  the bed, aooonnlanird by tin . remark,  'at latt yon have found it,' proved  to nt tht lutiKty ol our precaution.  The sixth lent, hid not failed."  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   HER FIRST TRIAL  The cup delender oatrikurte "IW.no,", <�� fc�� Hnl ltM ^j  tbe water perfectly, though ell her teila did not work well andZ hJS  eontiderably, although th. bnn. ,.. not htavt "<��.?.."���� ^  wak. a. she went out to Stamford, tacked fast and beat back. The mart  ��i^.��*   ^.TMiriV I" With'     WUh * '"P"1' ���*mfmg  into , , th, height it 153 feet.   Thrfe an ..preach*. h.ll way ,,p that   in  32 hrt across     They extend fa, out ��� tht d��k, th, extreme be.m bring  ovtr M f��t 6 neb**   Tbon who hav,   had . band   h,   her   oosrtra.tio.  expressed in word aad attitude ooapiate Htlafaatisa. KELOWNA   RECORD  THITBSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.  -ii      .ifr-i    -   ,���^~-^-���  c  WANTED!  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents par word  lirat insertion and 1 oent par word lor  each lubttqutnt inaertion. No ad., in-  tirttd lor let. than 25 oanta.  All claasilied advertitementt mutt be  paid tor in advance owing to tht ooat  attending tht booking and charging ol  ���mall Item..  Copy may be received for then adt  up to 10 a.m., Thuraday morning.  FOR  SALE  FOR SALE" OR RENT.- Six roomed  house on Wilson Avenue. Price  32,000. Terms arranged. Apply E.  r.ng'and. ��tl  FOlt SALE VERY CHEAP.- Houso  and lot, 11:250, olost ia. Apply Ron  Mil Kelowna. 19tl.  FOR SALE.���Black Minorca eggs lor  hatching, 32.00 per setting. Prize  winners at fall and winter fairs. Apply JT. D. Riggs. 19tl.  FOR SALIC- Arsenate ol Lead, 1, 5,  nnd 25 pound siaes. Kelown:l Growers Exchange. 23tf  FOR SALE. ��� Two light democrat  wagons. Apply A. E. Cox, secondhand store. 27tf.  TEAMS FOR SALB.-He.vy draft and  gonora) pir'|o.*\ I.  Morrison  R. It. I. I'honi 3410. 28tf.  FOR  SALE.- Alfalfa. Apply  MeI)o-:j:M!l. Glenmore.  H. H.  FOll SALE.���Tent 12 x 14 feet, 10 oz.  Fi.fb wai1, p.viireil ii s:d *, jjlitss door  purtly furnished, cheap for quick  sale. Apply Box 10, Kelowna.    28p-  FOR SALE OHRAP. - Trustworthy  .uaddV. Dii ing horpe, Lady can  mannge, not afraid of motors. Tele-  phono 2202. 28.9p  WANTED  TWO YOUNG ENGLISH WOMEN will  do washing or cleaning by the day.  Apply    Mrs.    Harrison,    Sutherland  avenue, or P. 0. Rox 331, Keloraa.  27-8p  WANTED.���Housework bv day or hour  Phons 114, between 7 and 8.    27-8p  TO RENT  TO RENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent 118.50 per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. 14tl  FOR SALE OR REXT.-5-roomed cottage with bath. Stockwell avanue.  Apply P.O. Box 201, Kelowna.    27tl  TO  LET.���Houn    in (ll-ninore,     Six  rooms, kitchen anil bathroom, Apply  H.  H.     McD,,..  k    ,���   ii.  P.ox 244.  58p  MISCELLANEOUS  LAST CHANCE. - Will trade good  horse for lot in town. Apply P. O.  box 337. 28p  BARRON STRAIN  1 have imported a pen ol Buff Orpington, from Tom Barron, Lanoaihire  England, and also one of White Wyan-  dottn from Will Barron, Lancashire,  England. They aro Irom their bett  winter laying itrnin. Eggt from these  two pens {2.50 per letting ol 15.  Terms cash with ordor.  SEED POTATOES for tale. Mortgage l.i.'icra, good clean seed.  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin  P.O. llox 663, Kelowna. 24-31  OPENING OF RACE TRACK  AND POLO GROUND  I        (Continued from Page One.;,  I i  there has been no attempt! made to  improve the ground. Early this year  : several horsemen approached the oom-  . pany and suggested that a raoe course  j should be laid off at the polo ground  j and backed their suggestion with a  liberal subscription for the compa ty's  shares, with the result that the new  raoe course has been laid off and the !  polo grounds levelled nnd seeded to  bhie grass. Stables have been built,  the race course fenced and built up  well at the turns and when properly  settled it will prove most likely the  fastest track in the valley. It it the  intention of tho company to keep tho  racing under their control to such an  extint thnt they will be able to stop  any attempt nt crooked racing and il  is thoir aim to,make racimg more interesting by insisting on races starting  on time and culling out all the ling  wai', whioh havo spoiled the iporl  in  Kelowna hitherto.  It is tho intention ol the company  to luild a Country Chub on their  grounds as soon ns po����IMi.  The following gives the result! al the  various events:  GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING RACE  There were three entries. Fascial*  L. Hohnan and H. Newby, finishing in  tho first heat in the order named. In  the secon i hu.it Fasciaiix won first ami  Newby waB second. He and Holmun  accordingly raced again for second  place wiiich fell to Newby.  HARNESS RACE, 2.30 CLASS  In both heats Copeland's "Don  Zombro" beat "Snake", owned by  Maiceleay, Penticton.  TANDEM RACE  Paddy Cameron, Felix Casorso, A,  Johnson and Walter Haynes entered  for this race which was a good one.  Arohio Johnson finished first with F.  Casorso second.  POLO PONY RACE  First Pyman's "Pinkie"; 2nd Lam-  bly's "Colonil"'; 3rd Parkinson's  'Maud".  QUARTER MILE MATCH RACE  First Dodds; 2nd Pant.  WRESTLING ON HORSEBACK  This wus the comic event of the  day, and certainly created a great deal  of good fun. Teams of four a 'ride  contested, the B. C. Horse'winning after a hard struggle.  A bucking horse was brought ' out  and saddled by the Casorso boys and  ridden by McDougal. The brute was a  particularly vicious one and put up a  long and determined struggle to unseat  his rided but without avail.  LADIES RELAY RACE  The course was twice round tho  track, changing horses the first round.  Misa B. Seon nnd Miss Jenny Stephens  were the only two contestants, the  latter winning.  PONY RACE  11.2 and under.��� 1st Victor's "Maud  S"; 2nd Pyman's "Pinkie".  CHARIOT RACE  This waB perhaps the most popular  race ol the day. Tho chariots were  distinctly home made, b'it thoy served  their purpose, and a lino raoe rerilt-  cd between teams driven by Paddy  Cameron and Casorso, tho former winning by a mere head.  A half mile match race in which there  were six contestants closed the day's  racing, Bord being lirst with Harold  DeHart second.  The league baseball game at Vernon  yesterday afternoon was taken by the  home club by a score of 9 to 3 before  one of the largest crowds that ever  witnessed a game in that oity, some  1500 spectators being present when  when the game wat called at 4.30 with  Umpire Castner handling the indicator.  Io the opening inning the Vernonites  got away to a grand start, owing to  errors on the infield and hits. This lead  was never overcome although Kelowna  looked very dangerous on several occasions and Ihe game wai lought to  the finish. Davil pitched lor Kelowna  and niter the tint inning was very  effective, although at times appeared  to loose his usual good control.  Williams pitched lor Vernon and did  very good work, keeping the hits well  scattered, he was however given line  support which assisted materially in  keeping the runs down.  Pierce worked behind the plate and  made a very favorable impression on  the fans.  The game was featureless, unless we  may call the weakness ol the Kelowna  team at the hat a leature. Thit how-  r might easily bo t-rmod "hard  luck as only lour hatters fanned, each  hitting tho ball hard but unfortunately  driving it directly at someone.  Following is tho box soore whioh will  give further dntails:  KELOWNA  ABRHPOAE  Powless 0.1      4   1   1   1   1 J)  Kelly,   f.r 311102  R. Patten, lb 4  0  18  10  The local lacrosse team met defeat  yesterday at Vernon in the exhibition  game against Armstrong, the final  score being 6 to 4.  During the early stages ol tho fame  Kelowna put up a iplandid light and  appeared to have everything their own  way, keeping the ball don to tbe  Armstrong not most ol the time, but  lot��r on in tho contest the Kelowna  players seemed to slow u;> nnd appeared to be out ol condition to stand the  stilt pace they had started.  The boys played splendid lacrotte  while their wind held out and with  proper conditioning they will no doubt  take the Armstrong team into oamp  in easy lushion.  HPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Diviei will bt at Mr.  Mathie't (over tailor shop, Pandozi  street) between tht houn ol 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday ol itch week to mnt  ladies wiihing io order oortttt. P. 0.  Box 626, Kelowna. JOtl.  Ai the C.nnery contemplate, a very  heavy run thit season, we an desirous  ol employing all tht women end girls  we oan obtain locally.  A kindergarten will bt maintained  when smell children ol woman desiring employment will receive good can  during the day free ol charge. Kindly  tend in your nanm lor registration.  WESTERN CANNERS LTD.  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thit school often a thorough, modem  education, with careful training tad  reined home Bit.   Tarma moderate.  For prospectus, Sic., apply  Min LeGALLAIS   -   Principal  As an instance ol the early Iruit  icaaon this year, owing to the exceptionally live weather we have experienced this spring, local grown itraw-  berriei wero on sale in Kelowna on  Saturday last, and the lint oontign-  ment of cherries arrived Tuesday. Tht  berriet were of remarkably fine flavor  and realized 25 centa per box, and 25  cent! per pound respectively.  Some little damage wat done in the  early houn ot last Friday by a fin  which broke out in the rear ol Mr.  Harry Daviot' residence near Bank-  head. Some hot athea, imoldering let  fin to the barrel in which they were  contained. This ignited a dog kennel,  from which the fin reached the baok  porch, running up the wall into tht  roof. The household wen aroused by  the smell ol smoke, and Mr. Davie.,  with assistance wai ablt to keep the  fin in check with a garden hose until  the arrival ol the brigade.  Pieroe, o 4   10 2  2  0  Davit, p 4 0  12  12  Purdy, i.t 100242  A. Patten, 3b 2  0 0 6  3  0  Henning, 2b      3  0 0 2  10  Kincaid, 1.1 4000   10  29   3   42414  6  VERNON  ABRHPOAE  Fossae 3b 4  0  13  3  0  Gill, 2b 5  12 3  5  2  Dalo, o.. ...... .590641  Myers, 1.1. ..:....  321   100  Knapp, o.l 411000  Kreke, lb 4   118   10  Eastman, r.f 3   1110  1  Smith, t.t 4  0  14  2  1  Williams, p 3   1119  0  Hot  Weather  DidYou  Say?  Warm weather, cold  weather, any kind of  weather��� Campbell1 s  Tomato Soup goes  "right to the ipot".  Here ii the place to  buy it. And now do  thete good things  itrike you?  31  9  8 2714  5  MONEY to LOAN  on buaineaa ind Revenue producing  property.   FIRST MORTGAGE.  G. A. FISHER, Box 192  or Office, Crowley Block.  ICE  Delivered to any part oi the city in  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  H. B. BURTCH  Bankhead  Phone 180 2HI.  HOSPITAL DAY  AT THE STEAM LAUNDRY  On WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10th, we will give to the  Kelowna Hospital ten centa for every woman who on that  day vititt and inapectt our laundry. We want to give the  hoapital a cheque for at leatt $23. Will the Kelowna ladiea  help ut do it ? All you have to do ia to viait ua and inapect.  Gentlemen are welcome, but the money will be only paid  for ladies.  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Off Pendozi Street South  ���V     ���W  Phone 139  Campbell's Ox Tail Soup  Campbell'* Vegetable Soup  Campbell's Chicken Soup  Campbell's Clam Chouder  Campbell's Asparagus Soup  Campbell's Chicken Gumbo Soup  Campbell's Pea Soup  Campbell's Consomme Soup  Campbell's Mulligatawny Soup  Campbell's Vermicelli-tomato  Soup  They jutt take a (tw minute, to prepare  ���aad beeidet, " Thty am all good."  Any kind of Campbell's Soups  15c per tin  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality * Sank* ear ���oil..  5 per cent. Discount (or Cuh  Monthly account, natl  Saturday Cash Special  Five cent Nut Bare, Cream Bate, Milk Chocolate Ben,  etc. 2 for 5 centa  " Grata, MM. andcan-forl tataatt  utoud nature It  wearers  af  C/C a la Grata Corsets."  Thomas Lawson, Limited

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