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Array BWjaun  ^oXov��0^\  Kriutima ftowri.  VOL. IX.   NO. 30.  * KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Regular Meeting of  Council Council  Decide to Drop School Sewer  Scheme���Pipe 100 percent.  Dearer  The city council meeting Monday was a brio! one and confined  to a few matters of routine business. ,  An application Irom the Imperial Oil Co. to put n Bowser gasoline  tank on Water Street near the Ok.  Loan Co.'a office where tliey have  rented premises (or a city office,  was granted.  Tenders (or hauling gravel from  Cameron's pit were received from  Max Jenkins Co., 79c per yard,  Dillon 6t Son $1 10, and Ennis &  Macdonald $1, the contract being  awarded to the first named.  The report of the chief constable  for May showed three minor cases  before the magistrate and complaints received and investigated  52. Fines had amounted to $17 50.  Mention was made of the pro-  sal to connect the schools with the  sewerage works and, it was decided to drop ths scheme for the present when it was found that the  price of pipe necessary had advanced over 100 per cent.  The return of the assessment  roll was fixed for Fiiday of the  present week.  Aid.' Buck asked why certain old  buildings which had been condemned as dangerous by the fire  committee had not been removed.  It was decided that the building  inspector should look into the  matter.  D. McGuire was in town for a  few days this v.rek.  The name of G. D. McPhee, of  Kelowna, was amongst the list of  wounded this week.  Rev. Alex. Dunn will conduct  service next Sunday morning at  Kriox church when the local lodge  of the Masons will be in attendance.  We are glad to announce that  George White, who we reported  in a previous issue to be seriously  wounded, is progressing favourably, although unable yet to lenve  the French base hospital. He was  wounded in the hand and back  by shrapnel.  A deputation from the Okanagan United Growers, consisting  of Capt. J. L. Mutrie, president,  G. L. Allan, viccpresident, and C.  L. Lowe, the new {sales manager,  has been in Vancouuer during the  past week sizing up the market  prospects.  Keep Tuesday evening, June 19,  open for the musicale at the aquatic pavilion to be held in aid of  the Red Cross funds which greatly  need replenishing. Mrs. Soames  and Messrs. Tod Boyd and Drury  Pryce have kindly consented to do  their bit together with other local  artists.  Magistrate Weddell received a  telegram Friday morning stating  that his son Cyril had been wounded in action. There were no particulars given beyond the fact that  the wounds were " multiplex" gunshot wounds, and that he was in  hospital at Calais. Cyril went over  with the 172nd but was later transferred.  The Kelowna Oddfellow and  Rebekeh Lodges are arranging a  picnic and good time generally to  be held down the lake next Thursday afternoon, invitation is extended to members, their families,  and visiting sisters and brothers.  Arrangements call for a punctual  meeting at I2.3Q at the ferry wharf  and the attention of the ladies is  called to the very necessary contents of the baskets.  Private Harry Faster is  Amongst Killed  The casualty list this week contains the name of Private Harry  Foster, a Kelowna man who was  first rcpo/ted wounded but by a  later telegram to his griel stricken  wife here as having died from  wounds. The first news came  Monday of last week, and though  bad enough in ilsell   it was iiatiir  Conscription Bill is  Now Before House  Eligibles Divided into Ten  Classes-100,000  Required  Sir    Itobert   Jordan introduced   his  conscription   measure   into   tba Com  ity a great shock to all hie friends mons Monday afternoon, it provides  when Tuesday morning brought for the calling oi ten dialiaot classes,  news oi his death. tire number not to exoeed luOaWH) un-  Private Fostet was well known loss further authorized. Iho call covers  here where he had resided for men irom 20 to 4c years of age. Ihe  some ten years, woiking us carpen- tirst class lo be oalled will be single  ter and contiaclor. ' uien from 20 to 26.  He went out from Kolowna | iu an eloquent speech tho 1'remier  wi li the I 72nd and was Ir. inferred Usid the case for a more efficient moth-  later I o 4 lie 2nd C.M.R. s. od of raising men than the voluntary  He   was   a   native   of London, Byatera before tha House.   He asserted  Kelowna Forestry Draft  Get Down to Business  that tbo country was pledged to baok  up tha men who had already gone to  the Uonohea, and to so* the war     to  England, and an only child of  his  parents who have since moved   tu  Eastbourne.    He was married here  aboureix years ago, his  wife   al��o ' a ,uc08safui go^ugi,^  coming from Eng.   There   was no  family.    General sympathy will be  felt for Mrs. Foster in her loss.  Death of Capt. Knight in  The coast papers of a few days  ago contained notice of the death  at Winnipeg last Wednesday of  Capt. Cornelius Knight, until recently a well known resident of  Kelowna. For several years past  the old gentlemen had been in  feeble health, the after effects of  an unfortunate ancident in Bernard  Avenue, when he was thrown from  The bill seta out ten dosses whioh  will be oalled in the order givem  (Jlass 1���Those who have attained  tha age oi 20 years and were born, not  earlier than the year IblM and arc un-  married or are widowers* but have no  children.  Class 2���Those'who were bora in the  ye^re 1861) to lo'Jo inclusive, aad are  unmarried or are widowers who have  no chililran.  Class 3���Those who were born in tba  years ltssil to lBfcW, both inoluaive^nd  axe unmarried or are widowers who  have no children.  Class 4���Those who have attained  tho age oi 20 years and were born noL  earlier than tho year IBM gnd ar*  married or aro widowers who have a  child or children.  Class 5���Those who wore born in ths  hi. buggy and pitched on his head. ,**** m�� .*��� 1883�� �����* *****  He hovered between life and death i"1 ����� ***** �� ����� widow,�� who  for some time and finally rallied,!^* ��� *���*�� *"������ u  but he never really recovered from Ua�� t>~iiu>- wt�� were bom m the  the injury. Two years ago he W�� 1883 to 1888, both inclusive,  went to Winnipeg to  reside   with ^ ����� <aetrM �� ���" widowera  who  have a child or children.  Class 7���Those who were born in the  his son F. C. Knight, who   is  now  however   in hospital in   England,  having been wounded in the war. >"��   WW to ��*��.���   both   inclusive,  and    are    unmarried ox are widowera  who have no child.  Class 8���AsSSS who were born iu tbe  years 18711 to 1882, both inclusive, und  are marriod or are widowers who  have a child or children.  Class 0���Those who were born in thu  years 1872 to 1875, both inclusive and  who  Two other sons Archie and  Connie are now in the trenches.  A daughter, Miss Annie Knight,  and a younger son Mack are at  present with Mrs. Knight in Vancouver. All the family were well  known in Kelowna a tew years ago  having, before time   and   circum-      stance  dispersed  them,   taken   ajare unmarried or are widowera  prominent part in   the   life of  the havo no children.  cily. I   Class 10���Those who were born in the  Capt. Knight was quite an inter- years 1872 to 1876, both inclusive, und  esting character in   his  way.    He uo married or are widowers who have  of the   rebellion  ed for  of a child or children.  was a veteran  '85, and   also  served tor   a   long |   air   itobert said that ii the callii g  period with   the Royal   Northwest out ���[ classes 1, 2, and 3, should yield  Mounted Police, many of his con- B iarger nunu)(u- ot men than the io.ocs  temporaries having attained   fame authorised   by   the Aot, it w><dl   bo  in military matters, amongst  them poisjbie (or ths governmant to diriJ-  General Sam Steele, and Lieut.-Col. dim 3 into sub-dosses.  J. B. Mitchell.  New Finance Minister  Mr. John Hart, M. L. A. for Vic  toria, is to bo the new minister  limine,'. Since tbe death ol the Hon.  , Ralph Smith, the premier has ��� bees  j holding the portfolio. The proclaim-  tion of appointment waa issued Tuea-  I day. Wednesday, June 20th is nomin  ation day, with June 22nd tor election.  It ia uxpeoted that Ur. Hart will ho  returned by acclamation.  The bill provides that men called out  should report and be placed on active  service on the expeditionary io>>e, but  until so placed would lie crMuii-i>'.ral on  leave of absence without pay. A man  who is called out and fails to report  or to remain on active servioe, will be  guilty of desertion or absenting himself without leave, and will be liable  , to bo tried by court-martial and convicted aud punished by imprisonment  tor a term not exceeding throe years.  The bill provides for three tribunals  to consider applications for oxemptions  (l)looal tribunals; (2) appeal tribunals;  and (3) a central appeal judge.  No registration is provided for, all  men within a certain class being pur  sumed to be liable to service itt��'?*s  exempted for any reason. Clerr/yBMn  are exempted, and also Doukhobors,  who were guarunteed  immunity    from  Men Beginning to Arrive at  New Quartets  Progress is being made with the  arrangements for the gathering together of the Kelowna Forestry  Draft under the charge ot Capt. G.  C. Rose. Quarters have been provided by the city council in the  house on Ellis street opposite the  old telephone exchange. Here the  men have sleeping and cooking  quarters, and have gathered together certain necessary equipment. So far there are only eight  men here, but several more are  expected to be on hand within the  next few days. The men are not  to be drawn from Kelowna only  but from the whole Okanagan, so  that with so wide a field to work  upon, the necessary 96 to cor. plete  the draft will not take long to get.  The men already here are W.  Morelv, Vernon; F. A. Maroack,  Salmon Arm; A. Emery, Ellison;  R. J. Sugars, Ewing's Landing; J.A.  Stewert, Kelowna; J. Atkinson,  Kelowna; A. C. Rogers, East Kelowna; and Corp. R. J. Price, from  the 102nd at Kamloops. These in  turn are busy recruiting and it  should not be long before the regular infantrj drill which the men  have to through will be possible.  As the men are being recruited  for a specific purpose, namely, to  engage in lumbering and sawmill  oberations overseas, men are looked for of the out-door type and  likely to prove useful in lhat line.  The physical test is much easier  than for combatant branches, and  defects which do not incapacitate  men for their work are not regarded. Even the loss of one eye or  an ear or a finger would not keep  a man out if he were otherwise  capable. As the age limit extends  from 18 to 48 many middle-aged  me-i ure doing their bit with the  Foresters who have been denied  enlistment in other branches of the  service.  Train Runs Dawn Auto at  Penticton  Mrs. Gavin, a Vanoouver lady with  her two children and a nurse, w no are  visiting l'entioton, were attempting to  cross, the li. V. It. track in a big  touring automobile at the same time  as the east-bound train was backing  into the station. Tha oar stuck in' tho  middla of the traok and was struok by  the on-coming train and waa carried  twenty feet before it was finally overturned and completely wrecked. One  of the children was thrown clear and  escaped unhurt, but the rest of the  occupants of the car were mora or leas  seriously injured.  Rutland News  IPVom oer own oofTssooadssrtr.  Elmer Wolseley returned from  a business visit to the coaat Tuesday. ,   .  Mrs. Longstaffe and Mrs. Plowman were visitors to Vernon thia  week, by car.  Mr. Morgan and hia sister from  Bear Creek are the guests of their  sister, Mrs. Davies.  The Girls' Club held their usual  business meeting at the home of  Mrs. Plowman Tuesday.  Mr. J. Wallace has left for a short  stay at the Hot Springe in the hope  that the treatment will be of benefit to him.  The Young People's Society  held its fortnightly meeting in the  Methodist church Friday, when an  interesting debate was held on  Church Union.  The members of the Girls' Enterprise Club are to be warmly  congratulated on the success of  their ice-cream social held last  Friday evening. The weather waa  not conducive to a large demand  for ice, being cold and damp, so  the ladies moved the eatables into  the school and held the lawn social  there. Mias Dalgleish and Mrs.  Willis Sehell kindly provided  music during the evening. A homemade candy booth did good business and the total proceeds from  all sources amounted to no less a  sum than $70, which will go the  Red Cross coffers.  A feature of the evening was  the drawing for a gold watch, the  holder of the winning ticket (50)  being Miss Lena Wilson. The  $15 from this source went to the  Y.M.C A., Mrs. Gray undertaking  thc sale of the tickets. Another  drawing resulted in two prizes���  a china tea set and a set of spoons  ���Mis. A. Johnston winning the  former (51) and Mrs. S. Gray (3)  the latter.  Kelowna Boy Scouts Help  Production  Good Programme FOT  Dairymen's Conventa  j j .  Sixty-throe dead actually havo been  accounted for in a North Butte, Mont.,  mine disaster. The total probable  dead are 116. There are still 82 pen  in the mine all of whom, officials tay,  presumably have perished.  The   I lormau   censor is now permitting reference to the failure of submar- military servioe.  jioe warfare.   Tho Deutche Tagei Zeit-     Sir   Robert   stated   that   the  ling ailirmu that Germany Con not ie-  would not come.into,effect as Boon as  iy upon submarines for viotory. passed    by    parliament, hut by p.o-  | clamation     issued    by  ita Governor'-  '.    Mr.   A.   J.    Balfour, British foreign Gcneral-in-Council   at   a   date   to    ho  secretary,    has arrived safely in Lou- *~"  don from his trip to America   all   the  head of the British mission. I O  Mighty destruction waa heapel upon  >San Salvador, the capital of the republic of Salvador, last Thursday and  Friday through the eruption of tha  volcano San Salvador, aocoaspanied bv  earthquakes, and for a distance of  thirty miles all around about the  botching mountain desolation holds  Aot, sway.  Emperor William was with Field-  Marshal von Hindenburg, Prince Kitel  Friederich, and other members of the  Gorman Emperor'B stall inside Bt.  Peter's Station at Ghent, Belgium,  when it was bombarded by the Allie<l  airmen the other day. The Emperor's  party was unhurt, but three officers  nearby wore killed.  | The government at Ottawa has de-| piaM (or a 00alition cabinei were  tided to put into force daylight saving ���tAjKtt^ by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the  throughout the Dominion. Sir George Libwal lmAeti oa tne copBOriptiou is-  Foster has given notioe of legislation f4|9i he holding that the oounu/  to put all docks ahead one hour one BhollU first oess op the measure,  day to be fixed Inter and keep them so  throughout the summer. .Daylight say- Bain fell in Winnipeg last 'Friday Ira*  ing has been adopted in previous first eime in six montns, excopt for a.  years    by    municipalities    in Canada, small sl-ower on tbe first Sun lay    in . .  but was lot so successful ns it might May. Using general all over Maniloba they are now camping, fearing more  havo been had the system been as it will lie ol incalculable vatic to tho tremors. Terni has 31,000 of a popu-  general as it will be under government) grow ng crops. Manitoba's nay ri'op union, and is the site of a big gov-  legalation. is already ruined from laesi ol   rain.   Seament arsenal.  Assistant Horticulturist Thornber of  the department1 of agriculture, has resigned to become superintendent of tbe  United States experimental station at  Cornvallis, Mont.    Mr. Thomber    has  been in the service of the B. C. gov*j  eminent for five and a half years. He  is suoceeded by E. White, district fruit  inspector, Victoria.  The French ministry of marine has  announced that American warships  have anahored off the Frenoh coast.  Four violent earthquake shooke    in  Terni,    Italy,    are reported to    have  'done considerable damage.   The inhab*  Hants    fled    to tbe open fields, where  The ready manner in which the  Boy Scouts all over the Empire  have responded to the call for helpers both in what might be called  war service, and also in the work  of agricultural production, has been  one of the most p easing features  of recent events. In a thousand  ways the splendid training which  the boys get in connection with  the movement has proved of service, and they have shown themselves capable of duties which no  one would have thought possible,  before these times of necessity  forced them out to "do their   bit."  Though "war work" as Scout  Master Weddell has said, is scarce  in��a place like this, yet in the prrs-  sent sltoiinge of labor for agricultural work theyare already showing  that they can be of great assistance.  By rendering first aid to a couple  acres of onions at Rutland last  Saturday they probably saved a  crop which might have been lost  altogether.  Mr. W. C. Sehell who owned the  crop had tried his best to get  oriental an any other labour fir  weeding, but without success, and  it looked as though weeds, which  were coming up in massed formation would overwhelm the  gallant little onions. S.O.S. calls  sent out by Mr. Sehell were picked  up in Kelowna by Scout Mastei  Weddell, and on Saturday a band  of Scouts eighteen strong went out  to the rescue. The air was rent  with enthusiastic yells as they proceeded in automobiles to the scene  of battle, and soon the air was  thick with the corpses of weeds,  and it was not lorg before the  trenches were .clear of them.  For eight solid hours they  worked���very solid indeed were  the last two or ihrre��� but they  did the trick, as the Boy Scouts always dn when they set irln ut a  thing. Here's more power to their  elbows���and ease for tired  backs.  This is a good beginning, and  the boys havs set n splendid example to the rest of the community.  Prospects for Highly Successful Gathering  The complete programme of the  forthcoming B.C. Dairymen's Convention to take place in Kelowna  on Friday and Saturday June 22nd  and 23rd, is now to hand and  shows an interesting series of lectures demonstrations and excursions which can not fail to make it  a great attraction to ail farmers.  The convention opens St 9.45  at the Board of Trade rooms, when  an address of welcome to the  visitors will be given by Mayor  Sutherland.  At 10.30 the whole party will proceed to the farm of Leslie Dilworth  where stock judging demonstrations will be held. The committee  has arranged to gather together at  this point many of the best examples of the various breeds of live  stock and n.uch valuable information should be gained from the  remarks of such well-known live  stock men as Prof. J. A. McLean,  of the University of B.C.. and Mr.  P. H. Moore.  At noon a picnic lunch will be  held, and those attending locally  should come provided witha basket. Arrangements have been  made for tea and hot water.  After the lunch the president of  the Association, Mr. S. H. Shannon,  of Cloverdale, will give an address;  Prof. McLean will speak on "Feeding of Dairy Cattle," T. A. F.  Wiancko on "Causesof Variations  in Cream Tests," Prof. L. Stevenson, of the Dominion Experimert-  al Farm, on " Corn in its Relation  to the Dairy Industry," and G. S.  Harris on " Hogs."  In "the evening at S o'clock a  meeting will be held in the Rutland schoolhouse. Here "Cattle  Diseases" will be dealt with by  Dr. Tolmie, "Ensilage," by P. H.  Moore, and " Roots" by Prof.  Boving.  , The same evening Prof. W. T.  McDonald will speak in the Board  of Trade room to boys and girls on  the subject of " Roys' and Girls'  Clubs," and the competitions in  connection. It is especially desired to have a good attendance of  the young people at this meeting.  On Saturday morning the party  will betaken for a motorjrip round  the 'district stopping at varioua  points for demonstrations and addresses. A slart is to be made at  9.15 going first to Bankhead ranch  wheie ProfJBoving will give a talk  on "Field Roots," aid Mr. L. E.  Taylor will regale the visitors with  strawberries and cream.  Taking the cars again the jour-  v will be continued through  Glenmore to Ellison, where on Mr.  Hereron's ranch Prof. Stevemon  will give a corn and alfalfa demonstration. ~ Lunch will be rerved  here in the schoolhouse, and here  sgain local visitors should provide  themselves with a basket (not to  gather up the fragments as the  office boy suggests, but to convey  the necessary refreshmr nts).  From Ellison the trip will he  continued over the Belgo and  K LO bench's, returning to town  about 2 p.m. The final meeting  will then be held in the Board of  Trade room at 2.15, when President Shannon will speak on " Economical Milk Production," J. W.  Berry on "Co-operation" and Prof.  W.T. McDonald on "Dairy Herd  Improvement."  In addition to the foregoing it is  expected that the Hon. John Oliver  minister of agriculture, and Mr. W.  W. E. Scott, deputy minister, will  attend snd give addresses.  The population uf the oity of SeatU*  is ostimatod at 330,445 by tbe government census bureau,  t  The   resignation    of    Mr.    Speaker      *���  Weart,    of    the provincial Ib^Ulaturc,  has l>een hnnded to Mr. IWw .(Jer.  Tnt! number of British priaonors of  war in Germany ia 42,831, as nompar*  ed with 30,710 last year. The number  of German prisoners in the United  Kingdom in 48.133 compared with 40,  921 last year,  King Constant ine of Greece haa abdicated hi* throne in tA\rot of his f>wo,  Prince Alexander. The King took thia  step following the landing of Allied  troops in Greece, and the assumption  by the French go*7ernmeni of the food  administration o! Gyeece. PAGE TWO  XBLOWNA  RECOID  THURSDAY, JUNE 1<U��, 1M7.  ���*    PROFESSIONAL AND    **  BUSINESS CARDS      "  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public.  E. C. Weddell.    ���    John F. Burne.  * KELOWMA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  icceive   pupils  as   before in  his  studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tV BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cicil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Reports on Irrigation Work.  Application, for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 & 216 Room l.Lechie Blh.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  J. GALBRAITH  ' Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81 Kelowna, BC.  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  Having gone into the dairy  business we want your trade,  and are prepared to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  Japan Rice  A S an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  7 ry our newly-arrived.clean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone  112  G.W.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commiuion  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Published ovary Thursday at Keiowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  OUBfl  SUBSCRIPTION   RATEb  f].60    par   vear:    75c.    six    months.   Unitad  Stntea 10 mats additional.  All mbscrlDtions parable io advance  Subscribers   at   tbs  regular  ra>��   ran  have  ���xtM  unpen  moiled  to Mends at a distunes  st  HALF RATE. i.e.. 76 oents per rear.  This  npona.  priyilpn  js   granted    for    tbe  UOrpOM of advertisine tte r-ity tod distriot.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  ETC.. ..6 cents rjsr column inch osr weak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-*) davs. ��5  60 davs ST.  WATER N0TICES-S9  lor live insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTIRING-Flrst Insertion. 12  oents per line: each subsequent insertion. *  cents per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 osnts  per wurd first Insertion, 1 seat psr word  each subsequent inssrtlon.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS- Two inc  ftiul under. 60 cents per bob first insertion  over two inchss 40 cents per inoh first Insertion: 20 ceots Der Inch each subeeauent  inaertion.  All changes in contract advertieemsnts mast  be in the bands of ths printer by Tuesday  evening  to   ensure    publication   tn   tba   next  Westbank News  (Prom our own oorresnoadsotl.  Mr. Washington Brown and Mr.  Taneda were also passengers to  Kelowna by Saturday's boat.  Mr. McCraken seems to have  been unfortunate on Saturday at  the ferry with his motor car, the  family returning by the Sicamous  to Westbank.  Mr. and Mrs. Upton of Peachland  were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Howard Stribling on  Sunday last.  Labour is so scarce in the valley  we hear that Mr. C. Butt of Gellatly  was over to Kelowna offering three  dollars per day and board.  Six Americans who were on a  motor tour of B.C., were guests at  the Hotel Lakeview this week.  Mrs. Gore went over to Kelowna  by the Sicamous on Saturday to  see her daughter Mrs. F.Gore, who  had received the telegram about  Fred being wounded  Miss F. E. Weeks has made an  application for the position of  teacher for the Westbank school,  also that her salary be raised to  ��75.00 per month.  Mrs. Linstrum entertained a large  party  of   friends   on   Sunday   i  honour of Billy Ball who left  here  on   Monday to   join his regiment  having enlisted in the CM R.'s.  Westbank is noted for early  produce, strawberry ricking has  already started here, while peas  have been in bloom two weeks or  more and will soon be on the mar  ket.  It is pleasing to see the water  running on the Thacker place again  it must have been a trying time  to H. Hirosawawithso many small  plants wanting it.  Mr. Greive Elliott of Glenrosa  has made a move in the direction  I of co-operative farming, that is, he  is a patron of the Kelowna Creamery and ships his cream by the  Sicamous which is far better than  the old method of making butter  at home, especially during the summer months and some people think  it is better in winter too.  EATS     #*5  DIP 1 ,J|  MADE IN    |srl  CANADA   ,'��� *   *  n  i%C  trw  \ TOEflrfS  GILLETT  ��� LYE  Pi  Orders for  Local  Scouts  *sW PREPARED*  Kelowna Troop  Troop Firat;  Self Last  Mr. T. McAlpine was motoring  through the district on Thursday,  with Mr. Steele looking over the  roads with a view to repairing the  worst places as there is not a great  amount of money in the treasurey  this year.  Mr. Last had one of his horses  taken suddenly ill on Tuesday  night, and, after trying all the  different receipes that his friends  could give, the poor beast eventually died, which was a serious  loss to him.  The monthly meeting of the  Farmers' Institute should have been  held in the school house on Tuesday night, but owing to the spraying operations going on in the  district, and the great amount of  weeding etc. in front of him, the  farmer finds it impossible to attend  the Institute.  Mrs. Gore received word on  Friday that her son Fred had been  wounded while working as a  bomb thrower in the trenches. It  was reported first that he was  wounded in the left arm and leg,  but upon information it appears it  is the left and abdomen.  Quite a large party was over to  Kelowna on Friday holding a picnic in the park of that city as a  farewell to Billy Ball who goes  away on Monday. Most of the  party drove to the ferry and crossed there, the others went by the  Sicamous. The party included Mr.  and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Alec  Nicol, Mrs. Linstrum and daughter  Miss Annie and Miss Lily Davidson, Arthur Hewlett, and Eddie  Hewlett. It is to be hoped the snapshots come out all right.  SCHOOL  REPORT  1st Primer���I, Tom Bundle, 2,  Maxine Campbell.  1st Reader ���I, Frank Jones, 2,  James Gellatly.  2nd Reader���I.Grace Hewlett,  2, Jess Smith.  Junior 3rd Reader���I, Ralph  Jones, 2, Grace Lake.  Senior 3rd Reader���I. Jeane  Brown, 2, Bert Hewlett.  4th Reader���I, George Browne,  2, Rob Hewlett.  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  Be a Volunteer ��� Not a Conscript!  Loggers,  Teamsters,  Sawmill Men and  Handy Men  You are needed for the  Canadian  Foresters  Be one of tbe thousands of industrious  workers in the auxiliary  services who  are helping to  win the war  JOIN THE  Kelowna Forestry Draft  CE.F.  An Okanagan Unit for Okanagan Men  Officered by Okanagnnold-timers. Same  pay, allowance* and pensions aa other  branches of the Ganadian Expeditionary  Force. Extra working pay can be earned overseas by specially skilled men.  Physical standard easy, minor defects  do not bar. Age limits between 16 and  46. Draft will leave for Overseas as  soon as total strength of 96 is reached.  Apply to  Gapt. G. C. ROSE,  O.C. Kelowna Forestry Droit, CXJ\,  Kelowna, B.C.  JO-2  Edited by Pioneer.    June 12, 1917  (From our own oorretrnrntdsnt).  The fire warden, Mr. Mohr, pas-  aed up the lake Wednesday,  travelling by car.  Miss Alice Goodacre was a visitor at Mrs. H. Chaplin's on Monday last.  " It is a great experience which  I would not have missed for anything," is a temark made by Pioneer Atthur Johnson in a letter  recently received by Mr. A. Raymer  On Tuesday Mr. A. Johnson waa  here in his launch bringing Mr.  Williamson, inspector of scales,  who was visiting the different post  offices.  A number of places along here  are vacant, but those which are  being worked present a well-groom  ed appearance which ahows pro.  per attention at all seasons, noticeably amongst these being Mr. H.  Chaplin's which promises good  crops of fruit of all kinds.  AUCTIONEER  1 have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle, '  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture; and this experience iu  at your disposal. It means better  result* from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should see  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie Block, is acting st  agent io  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of sales  Phone 217  Orders bv command for week  ending 23rd June, 1917.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week. Otters; next for duty. Eagles.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Saturday 23rd of June at 2.30 p.m.  There will tie a session ofthe court  of honour at the scoutmaster's  office on Friday, the 22nd of June  at 7.30 p.m.  The following ia a letter which  haa been sent to the parents of  every scout in the troop and speaks  for itself. "Our annual troop camp  will be held thia year at Cedar  Creek during the firat two weeks of  July. Last year we had a steady  attendance of 40 boys for the  whole time, and part of the time  43. Thia year of course our troop  membership is only 28, and upon  enquiry we find that only 12 acouta  of the 28 are sure of attending this  year'a camp.  Attendance at camp is one of  our compulsory parades, the only  reasons accepted for non-attendance being sickness or inability  to get away from work. As far at  as the boy is concerned there ia  not much compluaion required. If  there should be, then there ia something wrong with the boy or the  troop. But it is in connection with  work, particularly thia year, when  it is feared there will be great shortage of farm labour, that the other  boys express doubt as to whether  they will be able to attend camp.  Our object in having the camp to  early is to permit the boys to be  available for fruit picking or any  other work for the rest of their  school holiday*. The only fruits  to be picked before the middle of  July are cherries and berries, and  upon enquiry from several farmers  we find there is no anticipated  shortage of labour in connection  that ia going to be serious at alL  It is later in the season that labour  will be badly required for the fruit  harvest.  The objects and ideals of boy  acouta deal with the greatest harvest of all, that of our young lads  of to-day into good citizen* of tomorrow, the importance of which  cannot be over emphasized, particularly now, when they have to  fill the great gaps made in the  ranks of their elder brother* taken  in auch numbers by thi* war. The  troop camp i* the great event of  the scouting year, and everything  radiates to and from it. A happy  and cuccesful camp io an incentive  to every icout to be a good scout  for another year. It ia held immediately after the close of school  and the end of the examinations.  We believe therefore that the two  weeks of camp will be good for  the boy's health a* well, and enable him to do himself and hi*  work much more justice for the  rest of the summer. We trust you  will endeavour to make sure that  your boy is able to attened this  year. A list of thing* to be taken  to camp will be given you later,  and if you might like to have any  further particulars please consult  one of the undersigned. The fee  will be $2.00 per boy as usual, for  the full time. The discipline of  the camp must necessarily be strict  aud any infringements or breaches  in thi�� respect, however slight, will  result in the boy having to go  home immediately. Thursday,  July 12th, will be sports' and visitors'day, and we hope you will  able to pay us a visit at Cedar  Geek on that day. This letter is  being sent to every scout's parent*,  and thanking you for your interest  in the troop, We are, Yours sincerely, E. C. Weddell. Scout  Master. H. G. Crowley, Acting  Troop Leader.  We are very glad to be able to  announce that our late troop  leader Anthony DuMoulin i* erasing all the way from Ontario to attend camp. He will arrive home  on the 28th instant. Another distinguished visitor we may have  with ua will be Bugler Robert  Stillingfl et ofthe 30th B.C. Horse,  Vernon, our erstwhile "rearguard"  for mountaineering expedition*.  We are also going to have as our  guests two scouts from the Summerland troop.  Ford Gar  FOR SALE  In first-class  repair  and  condition  Apply  F. R. E. DeHART  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  The Ford Is Economical  rIE average man can  easily afford a Ford  car.   It is the most  inexpensive car to drive.  20 to 25 miles on a gallon  of gasoline is an every-dey  occurence. 33 mile* is frequently reported by Ford  owners. Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar  are not unusual. The oar is  light in weight, and tires give  more mileage on a Ford than  on any other car.  You can buy a Ford for  yourself and one (or your wife  for the price of one car at  $1000. You can run both  Fords at about the same expense as for one large, hea-  You can always sell a 'used'  Ford at a good price. You  have to accept a big reduction for a " used" larger car.  Go and take a ride in the  1917 model. See how comfortable it is. And stylish,  too���stream line effect, tapered hood, crown fenders, beautiful finish. You need one  for business. Your wife and  children need one for pleasure and health.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to (he new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who oell butter either  to the mrri or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST eppear in pro.  minent letters the'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Ths fact is also emphasized that all butter  in auch packages must  be ofthe full not weight  of sixteen ounces, and  ia default of earn* a  tine ef from *I0 te $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must b* so labelled  eves when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100PAP^r��$1.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both Ihe  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  \  Ford Motor Company of Canada,  limited, Ford, Ontario  Over 700 Ford Service Station* in Canada  THE MORRISON-THOMPSON HOWE. CO., LTD., Load Dealer*  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (whieh has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there is no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record THTJRSDAY, JUNE 14th, 1917.  KKLOVHA   MCOUfr  9BH  m/   UMtreo  ������.  Waists Specially Priced  $2.25 The w��8t  values this  week are exceptional and  offer a great opportunity  to purchase at a saving on  these useful garments for  present wear. These come  in Voile, Muslin and Organdie, with large and  small collars of the latest  styles        -        -    $2.25  Ready- to-wear  Sport Hats  liylANY styles in Trimmed Ready-to-Wear Sport Hats  *"* are offered at a reduced price this week. Hats  that will give complete satisfaction, at        -       -'   $1.95  Ginghams and  Prints- 15cyd,  Remarkable values in  Ginghams, Prints & Crepe  on special sale this week.  Many designs to choose  from in Spots, Checks and  Stripes. Notejprice, 15c yd.  Smart Sports Materials  Just received, a new assortment of Coin Sport Materials, very  suitable for sports wear, 36-ins. wide.   Prices from     - 75c yd.  Pictorial  R*e view-  Patterns  Mean   Distinction  in Attire for You.  They embody tbe newest,  advance designs created.  Ask for the JULY  FASHION SHEET  FREE at the Pattern Counter. 20  Phone 361  Kelowna  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  RANROFMQNTREA  ZSTABUSBED it* YEAXS (1SH-1M7)  Capital FkSdtip $16,000,000  Rest      -    -    -    - 16,000,000  Total Assets (April 1917) 386,806,887  Any Branch of the  Bank of Montreal is prepared  to receive deposits of $1.00  and upwards, that may be  converted, as they accumulate with interest, into  Dominion Government War  Savings Certificates.  aaaaaaasssassaeiissiiiisinii isasassaaiiisi  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt. British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  P.  Deatstlia,   Manajer,   Ktlowns Bread.  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Ansstrsss.  EaearST.  Siinairtisl,  fsrsss.  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors     * Windows Shingles  Price* right.       Delivery prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. LLOYD-JONES - - . Managin*.r. irector  ^                           A  TOWN AND COUNTRY liOTES  Mr. W. H. Rice wa* a passenger  to Merritt Monday.  Martin Lloyd left Monday (or  Saskatoon, where he ha* a large  wheat (arm.  The usual English church service  will be held at East Kelewna on  Sunday, at 3 p.m.  Archdeacon Greene waa a visi-  to Salmon Arm Monday to attend  the rural deanery meeting being  held thi* week.  Mrs. Graham and Miss Gertie  Sutherland left Monday to attend  the Grand Lodge of Rebekaha at  Chilliwack a* representatives from  Kelowna.  Owing to a sudden change in arrangements the church parade of  the junior lodge I.O.G.T. which  was to have taken place laat Sunday, will be held on the 17th, at  7.30 p.m. Preacher, the Rev. A.  Evans.    Mr*. R. G. Fleming, of iEdmon-  ton a *i*ter of Mr. R. Copeland,  together with hi* daughter Mrs. L.  Swindell and children, from Russell, Man., are visitors (or the summer here, staying at the Copeland  home on Sutherland Avenue.  Mr. S.T.Elliott left on Friday  afternoon (or Hamilton, Ont.,where  he will attend the annual High  Court meeting of the Canadian  Order of Foresters as a delegate  from Court Kelowna. He will visit his old home at Wigham, Ont,  before the court meeting which  meets from the 19th to the 23rd.  Peachland Defeated in Return  Game  There was a good crowd in. the  park laat Thursday afternoon to  see the ball game between Peachland and Kelowna���the first game  being played at Peachland on the  24th of last month when Kelowna  won 5���3.  The team* took the field as follows:  Kelowna  I st b W. Anderson  2nd   J. Urquhart  3rd   "  r.f.  c.(.  l.f.  Peachland  G. Robinson  G. Springay  C. Morrison  John Long  J. Long  N. Keating  A. Ferguson  H. Keating  L. Seaton  P-  N. DeHart  Q. Fallis  J. Copeland  J. Thayer  J. Pavle  A. Beitrum  G. Cady  Umpire E. Raymer  It waa evident from the commencement of play that some of  the above gentlemen had not had  a mit on (or a long time, but made  up in zeal what they lacked in  practice. Bertrum pitched well allowing only one hit in eight in  ning8, when changed (or Urquhart.  Cady got hurt in the early part of  the game his place being taken by  DeHart, Carney taking 3rd base.  Keating pitched splendidlj (or  visitors but got poor support (rom  the field, Kelowna scoring three  runs' in the first and (our In the  sixth innings.' N  ��� The final score resulted in another win for the home team���7-4  but the difference could easily have  been on the other side, and a future  game would piobably pull reach-  land up to a higher place in the  official returns.  FOR SALE  Fast Driving Mare  Breeding the best you can gel  SIRE  Capt. Brino. 2:07}, by Wild-  brino,  2:19}, by Hambrino,  2:21}, by Edward Everett, 2:46  Capt. Brino's dam is by  a son of Red Wilkes. 2:40,  sire of Ralph Wilkes, 2:061,  Red Wilkes, 2:40, is by .Geo.  Wilkes, 2:22.  Note-Copt. Brino, 2:07��. ia the  fastest record standard-bred stallion  in the interior ol British Columbia.  He ie Uie aire of Mabel C, 2:114  and Lady Louise, 2:16J.  DAM  A mere that was brought out  (rom Guelph, Ont.. bred from standard bred atock and very speedy.  Her owner stated that she had trotted to s buggy in better than three  minutes.  Thit mar* is 5 years old, aOund,  stands about IS) hands, weighs  about 11:50, color light bay, drives  single and double, vary showy under the saddle, and at her breeding shows the best you could get  (or a brood mar.. She is the fastest trotting mare in thit district.  HAROLD It DcHART  Mrs. Macdonald and child, who  have been staying with Mra. Geo.  Barret, left Tuesday (or the coast.  Mr. W. B. M. Calder left Saturday (or Chilliwack to attend the  Gwqd Lodge of Oddfellow*  Mr. and Mr*. Weatherly felt  Tuesday for Vancouver where  they intend to reside.  Mr. T. Bultrian is at present on  a visit to Winnipeg where he is attending a convention of Canadian  manufacturers.  Mr. F. R. E. DeHart i* taking his  harvest (rom hi* rhubarb patch  these day*. He ha* already (hipped out a car and ha* a contract  for another.  Mr. W. B. Pease and family returned Monday from California  where thev have been residing for  some months past.  Mr*. Fred Gore wa* notified thi*  week that her husband had been  wounded though it is not known  how seriously. Pte. Gore is a son  of Mr. W. B. Gore of Weatbank,  and Mr*. Gore a daughter of Mr.  Balsillie, of Kelowna.  Aeneas Sevmour.an Indian from  the Colville reservation, Wash.,  was arrested last Saturday by provincial constable Graham on a  charge of supplying liquor to Indian* here. He waa found guilty  and taken up to Kamloops Monday for two months.  Norman Day had the misfortune  to lose a horse laat Sunday. The  animal had been ailing for aome  day* past and on Sunday afternoon ;t got out from' i'a pasture  and made its way to Abbott Street  where it sank exhaueted and apparently in pain, dying in a few  minute*.  A* Mias Buchanan is going out  of business, all stock will go on  sale Friday, June 15th, and must  be cleared in at short a time as  possible. Walk in and inspect the  stock. Quality and pricea of goods  will convince you there are real  bargains.   Watch the window.  "Intolerance" Proved All It  Was Claimed to Be  The Kelown* people who were  disappointed over the non-appeai-  ance of the much-advertised Birth  of a Nation film, were recompensed last evening when "Intolerance"  was thrown on the screen at the  theatre. Any doubt* a* to whether  the play could be worth the price*  of admission charged were easily  dispelled and it is safe to say that  could it be shown again the houae  would be equally well filled.  Mr. Griffith's genius is portrayed  throughout the entire theme���the  intolerance of man���which is told  in (our plain stories, each closely  inter��oven with the other���the  first showing modern life, the second French life in the middle  ages, the third at the time of Christ  and the fourth the pomp and splendour of the court of Belihazzar,  when Babylon wa* at the zenith  of it* power, the whole tableau  portraying in a manner indescribable the thought* of a master mind  and the atronger fact that man at  the time time of Belshazzar was  very much the same as he is today.      .  The orchestral accompaniment,  which wa* a treat in itself was rendered by an orchestra of about  twenty pieces, beside* which vocal  selections were rendered.  Millinery Opening  Come now and pick out the  SWIM CAP  that will suit your fancy or  your bathing costume. The  caps have just arrived and  are all made from new material  Price* to suit everyone  50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  C VERYTHING points to, a bumper first crop of hay  in the valley this year, and its up to th* farmers to be  prepared lo cut and stack it. Look over your equipment,  and don't " hope your mower will cut if you think it won't."  We have an assortment of implements, which can be  delivered to you immediately.  McCormick Mowers, in 3��-ft, 4-ft. and 5-ft. cuts  Deering Mowers, in 4&-ft. and 5-ft cuts  Rakes in 8-ft, 9-ft. and 10-ft length*  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street  Phone ISO  lajM'tl'aJ'ilsfll'lj'U'lLI Li U Ll'u'U Ll'Ll tl LtTU U |j'll*ij��ij U'LI Lsffl'tl fl H D fllVtTllMl  lt��U|sS*J��tU��jqU.%r*jJPsig%^  We Manufacture  on Our Premises  All Kinds of Furniture and Store Fittings  having recently installed special machinery for this  purpose.   This department is in experienced hands  and we can give you satisfaction  Wallpapers, Burlaps, &c.  For the spring house-cleaning and decorating season.  We have a large scock of the newest designs  Kelowna Furniture Co.  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday���Mary  Pickford in "Madame Butterfly."   Regular  price*.  Tuesday���" La Boheme," with Alice Brady.   Mutt and Jeff  comedy.  Thursday���" The Iron Claw "; a Pathe drama and a comedv.  TwoShows,7.304 9,M��titieeS��taruty.   kimMoo, 20c 4 16c  Pictures Every Tuesday, Thursday aad Saturday  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have ��� large stock of. local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHINGLUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  GREASE AND OILS  PREST-O-UTE Eactuae  ���CHAS. E. SMITH���***  QUICK AND SATISFACTORY  HtEEAtR SERVICE  Phones: Office 232; Houae 236  m**smmsf*mmmt**m*msm********m*****m  TtflES. ta. PAGE POUR  KBLOvtlTA   nECOBJ)  [ WANTED! )' CAR F1R H,RE  FOR   SALE  Apply Henry Burtch  Ph.  180  Kelowna  27tf  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin  car,  tior.  oughty overhauled   and   newly parrrled. I  New lires.    Apply J'mes' Buathouse.   ��W   i  I-OR SALE, 22-fi. Motor Boat, in uood  running order. Apply H. Burtch. Kel-  uwna. 22tl  FOR SALE, firat crop Alfalfa Hay, now  read.'. $15 cast, per torr in field. Apply Dr. Gaddes. 30p  City Park Restaurant  WANTED IO BUY  Chickens Ducks  QUON   TAPE  P.G. Box i i P  Corner Alrbolt Streel  nnd Eli A  L-gg*  one CO  errue  27if  PIANO FOR SALE. $200.    Applv  Bo.  B Record Office. 29-0p  POR SALE, two Jersey cows, one 9-year-  old rslved orrc rrrontlr, otlrer 5.year-old,  due first week in August. Apply J. C.  Anderson. East Kelowna. 24lf  FOR S \l E, perebred Jersey Heiler, 16  months old, at 526, Glenn Ave.    29.Op  SITUATIONS VACANT  MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN   wanted   at  once to assist with store and housework  Work fairly light. Reference will be  required. $20 to start. W. L. Chapman,  Box  124, or Phone 2102, East Kelowna  22ti titi  WANTED, a water bailiff, lo look after  irrigation works and ditch. References  required, Apply to Blark Mountain  Watei Co., Ltd , Bt Land & Agiicultutal  Co.'s Office. 30-1 p  MISCELLA-NEOl'S  TO LET���House on Stockwell avenue, 7  rooms, including bathroom and pantry.  Good shed and. garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  Ladies Wishing to Order  SPIKELLA CORSETS  can meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIBS  in   Room   No.   1, Oak  Hall Block, be  tween (he hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  on Saturday ol each week, or at   any  other time by appointment.  PRA1K1E FARMER ��t Cail>|e. Sask-  wishes to trade J section fur iU-at re lot  in Kel iwiiii district Wants convenient  small house with few arrea pasture and  small acreage bearing friTlt trees. Applj  G. A. Fisher, Box  \l{), Kelowna.   30t f.  CAR I ER'S  'TESTED" SEEDS,  on  sale  at the Greenhouset), Ric  tei Street.  Also  perennial  plants,   early  cabbat  e. cauli-  flower anc  rose bushes.  17  19  20tf  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal milling  riirbts ml tbs Dominion in Al*l��  ttobu,   ,'-<s-inili !i. \ui'.   nix I   Aim t lu.   tin-   Yultu  Ifiriiorv.   the   Nurthwwt   TarritoriM.  ud  union  ol  tbe   i'ruvince  o.   i'iii;fh   (.'.���lunii.iu.  i'<v if  leaded for  :\  term  of  ivt'iiiv one   \eitt  ,   an   taii'ml   ivutttJ of  SI   ub  mm. Nut  ���I.   in ,ii   2,500   acros  will  b��  l*awnl   to un.  niiuticunt.  Aiiplivalion  lur  tba  loan* must  ba node  bv  lit- iinnlinuit in imtsou to tba Atreot or  Suli-  uttit a.  ihi- dmtrict in v.iii li tbe ri hit*    ap  (ud   I>>r   are  situated. f .  In uirvayad tocritorr the laad matt  ba  oV  it i bed iiv seciiuits or ken. ���ut��lii'i>ioni ui  .-.������, n- and in imiujiiiI territory th-  tutt uni'liud tur shall be staked oat bv tbe  ���"���lir.tut  himself.  EtiL'h ii"1 li-"' ion muHt be hi comii.-iniivi bv o  i'f ul S6 which will be refondsd il tbe nrhu  i-r.li-.l  fur are not  available,   but  not  uUUr*  Lis]* A rovnltv shull be rmid on the mar-  bun table output ol the mias at tba rata ol  vt'  wilts   in*r   ton.  The person pperatiatf the mine ttbi.ll luim '.  lie it ��� nt with sworn returns trccountiiiL' foi  H lull <iuantitv of man'hantahle ooal minnl  ml    imv    the  ruvultv  thereon.    Ii ihe    coul  iniriir ir.hu are out beim.1 onorutad. luofa  ���turns ehull be furnished ������< lenst once a  ear;  The l"u-''" will include the ooal tnintait rislita  111v. bul tbe lesuee mav l>r normlttad to Dur*  haee whatever available surfaoe rtebta mav  i ..ii-itl-rt'd iieretsarv for tba workhw ot  lie mine at the rate ol $10 an acre.  Fur full Inlormatioo npnlicntioa should be  mde to tbe Secretary of the Department ol  he    Interior.  Ottawa, or   to   the  Aeent    ot  nli-Airi-nt  ol  Dominion  lands. v  W.   W. CORY.  Deputy Min*e*ar ot the  Interior.  'N.  li.���Unauthorised publication of sala  mi  prllumant  will  not ba ivild  tor.l  Kelowna Will See Bell  Wright's Famous  Movie Play  Irish Parties Agree  to Convention  All Irish partita have agrexl to tie  THUHcSDAY, JTJHE 14th, 1917.  Grain Commission  to Fix Prices  Ths federal government lias ar>rjuwl-  govermnent's plan for a convention of ������ a grain-handling commissi,n aitli  The coujK-ralion ol America's uiout all factions'which shall map tit (titure "id* powers. Ths commission will  famous and widely read story writer, home rule lor Ireland, Premier l.loyd have authority to fix grain priurt on  Harold Bill Wright, with W. H. C'lune, (leorge has announced. lohj ltVmuDi] shipment from storage slsvatori, but  sasociule producer' ol ths "Ulansman," the Nationalist leader, will he invited no* the prioe paid to formers. Tlajr  nnd maker of "Itamona," and the ex- to nominate live members of the lri.--r- ��sj> take offers of purchase from ths  cud it ure of several months' labor   at (convention. .British and Allied governments      aud  unlimited oust, gave credence   to   the]  o determine what quantity to se'l, hav-  ' ing regard to Canadian needs, to.etli  Tlie ('. 1'. It. hae estimated the 1917  claim thut "Thu Eyes ol the World," i  which tomes to the Kelowna Theatre1 /" U '' "' ������ ��"������ lne " er with the price required. Ttey will  on Wednesday evening, June 201*   is *^��Z .    ST "further have power to tsk. grain Irom  ouu of tin- greatest, film ventures    ul j '       bu,hl'la' 'elevators   without   the permission    ol  the times.    Sold in book form to more ] �� *S owners, and fix tile prioe to them  than one million buyers, "The Eyes of Colonel Winston Spenoer Churchill, "��� to the purchasers. They con in-  tbe World" now comes in visual iorm former fust lord of the admiralty, wjll ve��.��gate the storage and aooumulatton  v. ith all its romance and gripping ud-  succeed Viscount t'owdray as chairman �����' grain snd prevent ths restriction of  ICE  aPs.   What have you to offer ?   Give  Delivered foi   thc season  by con.  11  particulars i���   firs,   letter  to   Box  C,       tract or by ihe pound.    Apply  Record. 23tf-27tf  Have a Few Thousand Dollars  to Invest  t.Teut Britain is spending $27,277,000  daily fighting Germany, the Ghancalior  of the Kxchequer, IU. Hod. IS.mar ] kw  told the House of Commons.  NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LICENCE  venture, and auonic settings inlemilioJ ;of the British air hoard.  by the drumutic camera.  i   The new production recently lutd ita  premiere    in Los Angtles, played    fori  seven solid weeks in the liig auditorium Tlieutre,  the largest  west of (lii-  cago,    to     more than 75.000  ivopJe,  breaking  all  theatre rewrla  of       the  Paeifle coaat.    f ������: ih.s p-.:.i:ictinn iho  author amplifi d hi, t.tor>*. and actively assisted in 'j t ���! ij -1-y-day work of  interpreting his    characters   for     Lhe  screen.      Among    the well remnmbt-rel  people whose experiences hold uudienoee  in    a     spell  are  Willard,  th��  i;(*ttvict;  Oakley* the forest  ranger;   Sibyl,   the  mountain girl; Mrs. Tain, the fashionable temptress; Mr. Taint, the wealthy  'rake;   King,  the  artist;   Kutlidge,    the  bull-necked  art  critic;   and   others.     A  special orchestra will play the musical  score.  HENRY BURTCH  Phone 170  Kelowna  26tf  FOUND, on Rutland range, a valuable  blanket. Apply D. A. Dobbs, Rutland  Road. 28-30p  WANTED, Tenders fcr hauling material  and fruit between Rutland, East Kelowna and Glenmore parking bouses Bird  Kelowna. Applv to office for particulars.    Kelowna Growers' Exchange.    30  Notice is hereby given, that at the next  statutory meeting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna,  B.C., I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply  for a renewal of my licence to sell liquor  by retail in the premises known as the  Palace Hotel, situated on the north side of  Bernard Avenue, between Water Street  and Pendozi Street, in the Citv of Kelowna,  B.C. 26-0  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL     /  Phone 219  Th  ey are  so  Comfortable  A Warner's Rust-Proof is shaped with %\xch  scientific skill that it distributes and moulds the  flesh naturally, and with perfect comfort, into a  charming contour.  :  ;:'. [,���  ill  I  v Wt  ��������� '''.',i-  '���' .'.IV !  Tub Them  s  Rub 1 hem  Scrub Them  Keep them cleanvou can't  Hurt  Winter's  fiutt-PfroofCoroete  The Height of  Style  Luxurious Comfort  and  Every Corset  Guaranteed  Not to Rust, Break  or Tear  $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2  $3 and up to $5  ,3��n��p'&>  "Oil, ! did  sot know I  had tuck a good figure!"  After wearing a new Warner  you will agree that the ease  with which the reshaping of  your figure is accomplished  ,is  a  revelation is corsetry.  We really long to select a model for your figure  and to skilfully fit it in order that we may hear  you say, " Oh, I did not know I had such a good  figure! "  Thos. Lawson, Ld.  Intimation of the early collection of  the poll-tax, the reimpoeition of which  waB authorized by legislation passed  at the recent session of the legislature  and whioh is now due, is given in this  week's Gazette.   tj   Autocracy's forces in China apparently havo triumphed, and today it  appears that the republic is practically destroyed. A division of China into two nations seems probable.  marketing.  nn Dominigo and Hayti have   eaoh  broken off relations with Germany.  Major General :,erlhing, cor"tnaid6r  of the first American cxpudit'o- my  force, has arrived in England with hia  staff,  FOR SALE   ,  Saddle Bred Horse  Roan   Gelding,   rising  six,   sound,  and   is   bred   from Kentucky thoroughbred saddle stock  This horse is one of the best saddle horses to be had���very showy,  high spirited, trots well and can run  very fast for an eighth or quarter  of a mile. He is the winner of the  quarter-mile running race at the  Fall Fair, 1916, and was second in  the turn stake race, and is trained  for polo. He is well broken to harness, drives single and double, and  has done light work.  Also set single driving harness in  good condition.  HAROLD N. DeHART  The    Sifton   government of Alberta  was returned to power last Thurwlav  by an ample majority.  ********** O  More than 3,500,000 pounds of cot  ton fibre were used in the manufacture  of absorbent and medicated cotton in  the    United States in the first    three  tnonthB of this year.  It is stated tha Uindenburg sent - a  wireless message to the Counoil of the  Workmen's and Soldiers' Delegates at  1'etrograd, annouocing German sympathy with the formula, "peace without annexations or indemnities," aod  expressing a readiness for peace.  All but Hands and Face.  The self-made merchant said to his son, "Of  cou?se clothes don't make the man, but they make  all of him except his hands and face during business hours." You may not think your advertising  a very important matter, but it is all strangers  see of your business and they will judge you by it.  If you use your advertising space judiciously,  these strangers will come to you to deal and become acquainted with you. Advertising is the  best means to enlarge your business acquaintance.  \i  KELOWNA THEATRE wTdSaV JUNE 20  ^^ W. H. CLUNE'S Cinenut Succmi  The Eyes of the World  BY HAROLD BELL WRIGHT  Prices: 25c, 50c  THE STORY COMPLETELY TOLD  IN TEN SECTIONS  nn

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