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 hi ���sun. 'i��(JJSJ  f^f^fBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB^BBBBBaBB|  *WWWI>  ^***i m  VOL XII.  NO. 3  KELOWNA BRITISH COLU1V1BIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1919.���4 PAGES ,  til.50 Per Annum  WATER  NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that Tke Western Ok-  anagen Orchard Co., Ltd., whose eddreas  ia Kelowne, B.C., will apply ior e licence  (or the atorage ot 1,000 acre-feet ot weter  out of Bear Lake, whieh flows Northerly  end drains into South Fork ot Bear Creek,  ebout eight miles above junction with  Bald Ranee Creek. The storage-dem will  be located et the outlet ot lake. The capacity of the reservoir to be created ia ebout  1,000 acre-feet ead it will flcod about SO  acrea of land. The weter will be diverted  from the atream et e point ebout Junction  with Bald Range Creek end will be used  for Irrigation purpose upon the lands described ae District Lots 505, 506, 507 end  3461. The licence applied for ia to supplement e right to take and uae water ae  per C L 649. Thie notice wee posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. A copy of thia notice and an application purauant thereto and to the "water  Act, 1914," will be filed in the office of tha  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objee-  tions to the application may be filed with  the seid Weter Recorder or with the Comptroller of Watar Rights, Parliament Build-  Inge, Victoria, B.C, within thirty daya after  tha first appearance of thie notice in a  local newapaper. Tha date of the firat  publication of thia notice ie Nov. 6,1919.  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD., Applicant.  51.3 C. W. J. STEVENS, Agent.  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that W.J.Moore, whoee  address il Peachland,.B.C., will apply for  a licence for the atorage of 450 acre-feet  of water out of Jack Lakes, alao known aa  Fish Lakes, which 4low Northerly and  drain into Powers Creek. The storage.  dam will be located at outlet of Lower  Lake. The capacity of the reservoir to be  erected ie about 450 acre-feet, end it will  flood ebout 35 acres of land. The weter  will be diverted from the atream at a point  ebout half-mile North of N.-E. corner of  0,"L. 3707, and will ba used for Irrigation  purpose upon the lend described aa Diatrict Lot 3461. The licence applied for ie  to supplement a right to take and use  water aa per Record No. 1072, dated Feb.  ruary 9th. 1905. Thie notice waa posted  on the ground on the 3rd day ot November,  1919. A copy of thie notice end an application purauant thereto and to the "Weter  Act, 1914," will be filed in the office ofthe  Watar Recorder at Vernon. Objections to  the application may be filed with the aaid  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Watar Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya after the firat  appearance of thii notice in a local newapaper. Tha data of taa firat publication  oi thia notice ie November 6th. 1919.  51-3 W. J. MOOFIE, Applicant.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that J. C Curtis, whoae  addreaa ia England, will apply for a licence to take and use 25 acre feet of water  out of Sutherland Spring, which flows  North.Westerly and drains into Okanagan  Lake through District Lot No. Nine (9),  The watar will ba diverted from the  atream at intake T. Map 8,400, near the  N..W. corner of Diatrict Lot 137, Woyoos  Division, and will be used 'far Irrigation  purpose upon the land described ea Sub-  Lot 43, Rag. Plan 202, Oaoyooa Division.  Thia notice waa posted on the ground on  Ihe 27th day of October, 1919. A copv  of thie notice and an application purauant  thereto and to tha Water Act, 1914, will  be filed In the office of the Watar Recorder at Vernon. Objections to tha application may ba filed with the aaid Water  Recorder or with tbe Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance ol thia notice In a local newapaper. The data of the first publication  of thia notice ia October 30,1919.  J. C. CURTIS, Applicant.  H. G. M. WILSON. Agent  50-2-2  WATER NOTICE  STORAGE  TAKE NOTICE that The Western Okanagan Orchard Co., Ltd., whoee addreaa  ia Kalowna, B.G, will apply for a licence  for the atorage of 1,300 acre-feet of weter  out of Bear Creek, which flows Easterly  and drains into Okanagan Lake. The  etorage-dam will ba located at lower end  of meadow, half mile below lake at head  of North Fork of Bear Creak. Tba capacity of the reservoir to be created ia about  1,300 acre-feet, and it will load about 60  acres of land. Tha watar will be diverted  from the atream at a point about junction  with Bald Range Creek and,veUlibe uaad  for Irrigation purpose upon the landa described aa Diatrict Lots 505.506,507 and  3461. The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and uaa water ae  per C. L. 649. This notice wae posted on  the ground on the 3rd day of November,  1919. A copy of thie notice and an application purauant thereto and to the "Weter Act, 1914," will ke filed in the office of  the Weter Recorder at Vemon. Objections  to tha application may ba filed with the  aaid Wetar Recorder or with the Comp  trailer of Weter Right*. Perliament Build  inga, Victoria, B.C., within thirty deya after  the firat appearance of thie notice in a  local newapaper. The date of the firat  publication of this notice ia November 6,  THE WESTERN OKANAGAN  ORCHARD CO., LTD, Applicant  5 l-J E. C WEDDELL, Agent  Bazaar Helps War  Memorial Funds  I. O. D. E. Raises Handsome  Contribution to Local War  Memorial Fund  The I.O.D.E. bazaar held Satur.  day in Wealey Hall, proved a very  ���ucceiiful affair. At 2 p.m. Mr.  J. W. Jonea, M.L.A., opened the  bazaar with a few remarks to a  wall-filled hall of eager buyera.  The hall looked very attractive  with the varioua booths effectively  arranged, and which were well  filled with a goodly assortment of  aeaaonable articlra for Christmas  gifta. The grab tree was a source|<  of delight to the younger folk,  Mesdames Trenwith and Benmore  having charge of this, whilst Mra.  Nicol had charge of the fortune-  telling and Misa Kerr the tea cups,  both these proving popular side  attractions.  Mra. J. W. Jonea, the regent, waa  general convenor. The tea tables,  which were yery pretty with vases  of chryaantheuma, were convened  by Mra. Packham satiated by Missea  Austin, Davies, Harvey, Hunter  and Frfcam. The booth where  many plain and useful articlea were  displayed was convened by Mrs.  W. w*. Loane, assisted by Mesdames Fumerton and Cunningham.  The novelty booth waa in charge  of Mra. DeHart, assisted bj Meadames W. Lioyd-Jonea, Seddon  nd Poole. The gift booth wag  convened by Mesdames Rowcliffe,  Hill and Dick. Here iriany beautiful Xmaa gifts were on display and  readily picked up. The candy  booth, which waa very attractive  with its home made candy and  potted planta, waa convened by  Mesdames Meikle and Galbraith.  The event waa well patronized  and almost everything disposed of.  The ladies feel well pleased and  repaid for their work by the handsome sum achieved, $575 being  [the proceeds for the afternoon.  This amount will help to swell the  | I.O.D.E. donation towarda the war  memorial,  Some twenty or thirty of tho retail merchants of Keiowna met  last Thuraday evening in the Board  of Trade room to hear Mr. G. S.  Hougham, provincial secretary of  the Retail Merchants' Aaaociation  of Canada, and alao aa a reault, to  form a branch of that organization  in Kelowna.    ,  Mr. Hougham in his addresa,  explained very clearly the scope of  ,jhe Association aa a national body.  A very important part of ita work  wat to keep in touch with legislation affecting retailers throughout  the Dominion, and generally to  safeguard the interettt of merchant!. A fire insurance service,  freight adjustment, credit and collection . department, and legal  advice bureau are amongst Ine  benefits to be derived from membership.  The local branch formed, with  G. A. Meikle, president, G. S. McKenzie, vice-president, D. K. Gordon, second vice-president, W.  Pettigrew, treasurer, and A. S.  Wade secretary, it affiliated with  the provincial branch and through  it with the Dominion organization.  It waa decided to hold meetinga  monthly, the first to be on Thuriday, December I Ith, which will  take the form of a banquet at the  Lakeview Hotel.  Another Roundup of  Automobile Offenders  Another roundup of automobile  offendert haa been made during  the paat week and fines inflicted  for varying amounts. For having  no tail lights, Oswald Jones, Norman LeFevre and Rov Sweney  were each fined $5 and $2.50 coats.  A. L. Baldock waa fined $2.50 for  a similar offence, while Dr. Gilea  narrowly escaped the tame fate by  travelling with only one headlight.  E. Pettigrew waa today fined $10  and costs for driving without any  lights.  Disastrous Gale Sweeps  Eastern States  Dozent of persons have been  killed and damage to'ths full extent ot which cannot be reckoned  hat been caused by a gale. of  unparalleled fury that raged through  the eattern and central parti of  Canada and the United Statea.on  Saturday night and Sunday morning. One man it known to be  killed in Toronto, and reports now  coming through from Chicago Mate  that eight at least are known to be  dead in Michigan, while scores of  others have been injured, with the  likelihood of the Hit of fatalities  being added to. Millions of dollars  wat entailed in the wreckage that  followed in the wake of the wind.  It waa one of the wont ttormt of  the kind ever experienced by the  citizens bt Toronto.  A deputation of the veterana is  to wsit upon the Board of Trade  at its next meeting on the 16th, to  lay certain matters before that  body.  The new G.W.V.A. quarters on  Ellis street touth, are to be opened  to-day by General Harman. Tea it  to be served by the Ladiet' Auxiliary, and in the evening a smoker  it to be held.  An effort it being made to ar  range for Sunday afternoon meetings during the winter at the new  theatre on the- aame linet at the  "People's Forum" meeting! being  held in tome of the larger cities.  Form Branch of Retail  Merchants'Association  Part of Dominion-wide Organization to Safeguard Interests of Merchants  Returns Not All In For  War Memorial Fund  Final Result is Likely to be  Smaller Than Hoped For  At only a few of the collector!  who wen buiy during the past  week gathering fundi for the Kelowna Memorial have turned in  their reporta to the lecretary, it ia  impossible ai yel to indicate definitely the result of the campaign.  Several of the canvassers found it  impossible to thoroughly cover  their districts during the week prescribed and in conaequence are  continuing their efforta. It it feared, however, from returna which  Have come to hand, that the total  Result will be much less than the  Abjective aimed at. Up to Wednesday night il waa ettimated that  cash paid in and tubscriptiont  promised, including the amount  collected tome montht ago, would  total let! than seven thoutand dollars. Accurate figures, however,  can not be given until all the sheets  are turned in to the secretary.  Sunday School Workers  to Speak Here  Mits Isabel Harvey, of Vancouver, and the Re*. E. Galloway, oi  Alberta, representing the Co-operative Sunday School Committee  of B.C, will be viaitora in Kelowna  on Sunday next. Miss Harvey is  a specialist in girla' work and will  apeak in the Rutland Presbyterian  church at 11 a.m. and in the United church, Kelowna, at 7,30 p.m.,  also taking part in a Sunday School  session at the United church at  2 30 p.m. Mr. Galloway will preach  in the Unit ��� d church at 11 a.m.,  Bethe) church, Benvoulin, at 3 p.m.  and Rutland Methodist chutch at  7.30 p.m.  On Mondav, the Young Ladies'  Bible Class- of the United Sunday  School are serving a free banquet  in Wealey Hall at 6.30 p.m.. when  all teen-age girla and all, young  ladiea and leaders interested in  girla' work are invited to attend.  Min Harvey will be present and  will give an address. At 7.30 p.m.  a gathering of boyi and leaden in  boys' work in the diitrict will be  he.d in Knox Hall when Mr. Gal?  loway will apeak. Refreshments  will be served.  F. Tiberi waa fined thii week  $2.50 for keeping a vicioui dog.  Read Knowlet' ad. on page two,  alto prices of ladiea' Waltham  writt watches.  Mr. Galloway of the Sunday  School Cooperative Committee,  will preach at Bethel Church, Benvoulin, next Sunday at 3 p.m.  The Jack McMillan Chapter  I.O.D.E. will hold their regular  meeting on Tuetday, December  9th at 3 p.m. at the home of Mra.  W. W. Loane.  Information haa reached Premier  Oliver to the effect that the trade  and industry committee of the  Royal Colonial Inttitute hat matured a tcheme whereby ttudentt  from overteat who have completed their general education, may be  found places in industrial workt in  Britain where they may learn industrial methods on a large scale.  Countess Primo Magri, known  to the general public at Mrt. Tom  Thumb, and one of the bett known  Lilliputian! in the world, died at  her home last week after a long  illness. She waa 77 yeata of age  and had travelled around the world  several timet under the management of the late P. T. Barnum.  Countesi Magri waa the daughter  of James S. and Hulda Bump.  Count Magri, her   husband, aur-  Fire Renders Family  Homeless  i Mr. and Mn. Jack Smith and  family, who have been living on  the old Speer property near ths  K.LO. bridge, were suddenly rendered homeless laat Wedneaday  morning by a fire which d'stroyed  tke houie and practically all their  worldly possessions. 1. was about  ten o'clock in the morning when  Mrs. Smith, going into the dining  room to mend the fire, had her  attention drawn by her little girl, lo  'a. cracking noise upstairi, and  found to her dismay that the upper part of tha house was ablaze.  Her husband was dote by, but the  fire r spread with auch rapidity  through the old houte, built partly  of pine logs, that it waa almost impossible to save anything. The  place, too, being aomewhat isolated, it waa a little time before the  neighbours noticing the fire, were  able to get on the scene. By that  time the whole building wat involved, and the heat too intente to get  near' In a verv ihort time nothing  remained but a heap of smouldering ashes.  This waa Mr. Smith's firat teason  on the farm, he having leased the  place for three years.  Labor Fails to Gain  Control in Winnipeg  The great fight of the labor faction to gain control of the civic  government of the city of Winnipeg hat resulted in failure. With  the election of Mayor Charles F.  Gray, heading citizena' law and  order forcea by the substantial majority of 3,013, and1 the success of  the four citizens' aldermanic candidates, assuring them a n ajority  in the city council. The campaign  waa the mott strenuous iri the city's  history, strike itiuet alwayt holding the centre of the ttage, aome  candidatea indeed referred to the  election "aa the second round of  the strike."  J.Hubbard left Tuetday for a  stay at Halcyon.  Some interest it being taken by  the G.W.V.A. on the aubject of a  co-operative ttore similar to the  one formed in Vernon and it haa  been arranged that manager Barber, of the'Salmon Arm "S.A.F.E."  will, addreaa the membera at a  meeting Wednesday next in the  club room, at 8 o'clock.  Germany will not comply with  the demand of the Entente for  400,000 tona of locks, dredges and  tugs aa an offset to German warships sunk at Scapa Flow. Germany will stand pat on the proposition to refer the ditpute to  The Hague tribunal. It it claimed  that Germany ahould not be held  responsible for acttof marine foicet  at Scapa Flow.  Kelowna Theatrical  Society Organized  Will Commence Practices at  Once for Production of the  "Mikado"  Those who remember the excellent entertainmenti provided a few  yeart ago by the old Musical and  Dramatic Society, will learn with  pleasure that a definite move is  now being made to revive it, or at  least to form a aimilar organization  under the name of the "Kelowna  Theatrical Society." The completion of the new theatre may have  brought matter! to a head, though  auch a revival hai been talked of  for aome time pait. Now that auch  an excellent place haa been provided for ataging concert! and  dramaticentertainmenti.it would  be a great pity it the abundant and  first-rate local talent were not given  a chance.  A meeting held Mondav evening  in Mr. Mantle's office wai well attended, and the initial itepi were  taken to get the society launched.  W. J. Mantle wai elected preiident,  D. W. Crowley, secretary, with G.  Benmore, H. S. Atkinson, Leo.  Hayes, Mra. P. Anderson, and Mra.  Ambler on the directorate. Mr.  Drury Pryce hat, consented to act  aa musical director, and Mr. G.  Benmore, as stage manager. The  abilities of both these gentlemen in  their several line! are too well  known to need comment.  It was further decided that a start  should be made with a production  of the "Mikado," and to wire away  at once for the score, in order that  rehearsals might be started without  delay. The opera selected calls  for ten principal! and a chorua of  forty. Thoae who have any ability  in thia direction are asked to lend  id their names at once.  Wilson Landing and  ' Westside Notes  Mr. H. B. Kennard, lately of the  2nd CM.R.'s haa sold his property,  Mr. Biggan the purchaser entering  into posession on Thursday last.  He is alio in charge of the poit  office at Nahun.  The advent of the usually early  winter ia looked upon ai an imposition. It certainly it unwelcome  to all.  Mrs. J.C Clarence of the Mission  but for several yeara a reiident  here, ii legipuily ill, an inmate of  the Kelowna hospital. Her friends  here all wish her a speedy recovery.  The sympathies of this community are extended to Miaa D. E. Reid  in the lost ol her brother, Mr. G.  M. Reid of Nahun, who had been  ill for more than a vear, and to  whom during hit illness she had  devoted herself, giving him all  comfort snd attention poaaible. Mr.  Reid will be much mined by ua  all. Hia unfailing kindness and  gentle consideration for othen,  making him many friends who  most sincerely regret his lots. Mr.  Reid was born in Dunnville, Ont.,  where he filled the position of  Grand Trunk operator for a num-  I>er of yean. From there he wai  transferred to Tavistock, Ont., aa  agent, which position he filled for  fourteen yeara, resigning to come  well, finally settling in the Okanagan Valley fourteen yeara ago where  he purchased a large ranch on the  weat side of the lake. Mr. Reid  had a stroke of paralysis fourteen  months ago which left him an invalid up till hia death.  Lady Aitor, the first woman to  lit in the Houae of Common!, took  the oath aa member of the Commons last week. Her sponsor!  were David Lloyd George, the  premier, and Arthur J. Balfour,  lord president of the council. She  waa elected to the House of Commons with a vote of 14,495; W. T.  Gay, labor, had 9,293, and Isaac  Foot, Liberal, 4.139.  The queation of the power of the  federal authority to enforce upon  the Dominion the eight-hour dav  as agreed upon at the international labor congress, held recently at  Washington, will be aubmitted to  the lupreme court of Canada for  adjudication,  Rutland News  rPvesa ear ova crrMriowknti.  The soldiers' monument hat been  erected on the ltwn at the school,  but the ceremony of unveiling will  not be held until the weather is  more suitable.  At the R.A.C. dance to be held  December 17th the principal's  room in the school will be equipped  with tables and chairs for the benefit of those who wish to play cards,  etc. It might alio be mentioned  that the school hall will be illuminated by electric light, to be installed for the occasion by the James  H. Trenwith Co.  At the meeting of the Women's  Inttitute on Thurtday afternoon,  December I Ith, the officers for tha  year 1920 will be elected, and it ia  hoped that every member will be  preaent. A cordial invitation ia  extended to all new comera in the  diitrict. After the regular business  it finished a social naif hour will  be tpent, wnen samples of Xmaa  gifta will be thown. Tea will be  terved by the retiring officers.  The Rutland Athletic Club held  a meeting at the home of Mr. E.  Money on Monday evening last.  Finsl arrangements were made for  the dance to be held in the school  on December 17th. A list of hockey  requisites wai drawn up and an  order hai been given for over $60  worth of goods, lt waa alao decided, in view of the fact that the ice  on the lakea having been apoiled  by the heavy snowfall, to try aud  make a rink in the school-grounds.  A ttart is to be made thit week,  and if the preaent cold anap continues there should be no difficulty  with the project. It will mean a  great deal of work, but if everyone  who can do ao givea their attittance  it will be an easy taak. There it a  ttrong tendency, however, to leave  everything to the willing few, who  are alwayt ready to give their time  and labor to any object of a public  nature. A little more co-operation  would be a great benefit to the  community.  Oa Tuea<Vv,evening, December  2nd, the R.A.C. held their first  whist drive in the school-bouse.  The affair proved such a failure  financially that in all probability in  may .prove to be the laat. The  coldness of the weather no doubt  had something tt) do with the anall-  nesi of the crowd. However, those  who did go had an enjoyable evening. After the whist games were  finished and supper over an impromptu dance' waa organized.  Mitt Amy Fleming won the first  lady's prize, a cut glass cream jug  and sugar bowl. Owing to the  scarcity of ladiea it wat necessary  for aome of the gentlemen to play  the part of a lady and it to happened that the ascond lady'a prize, a  fancy china dith, waa won by  "Miss" George Tratk. The first  gentleman'a prize, a large-size electric torch, waa won by Mr. J. H.  Fitzpatrick, and the aecond prize,  a pack of Congreaa playing cardt,  by Mr. E. Money. The consolation  prizes for the lady end gentleman  having the loweat scores were won  by Miss R. Petch and Mr. W.  Money, the former receiving a  "Kew pie" arid the latter a bag of  marbles.  Marries Son to  Father  Angered el Hu ton who hu lied to mv*  the reputation of hie deed brother, Jemee  Warren bequeathe hie entire million.dollar  ettate to hit aecretary, Judith Rutledgc, in  "Her Kingdom of Dreamt," starring Anita  Ste 'art and 'which will be seen Friday  and Saturday at the Empreat Theatre,  In addition to bestowing hia vast eatate  upon hit secretary, Warren, on hia deathbed, requests that Judith marry hit eon  Fred. Trie marriage ceremony ia performed at Warren paaaat away.  Despite mutual efforts to maintain a  formal relationship, Judith falls deperately  in love with bar nominal husband and  thit leads her to jealousy which prompt*  her to leave the city in an effort to forget  the man the married aa a favor to hit  father.  How Judith*! judgment saves the Ufa  and ettate of her husband to whom aha  had previously transferred the bequest ol  the elder Warren, make* a decidedly  pleasing and gripping picture, and one of  the beat to be aeen in Kelowna in many  daya.  The Indies) of tke c org re gn tion  will hold -service Sunday night in  the H-iptiat church in the absence  of the pastor. s  '���,,,,���,,,  ��� PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, December 4,1919  SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining: rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acrea will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  .mule by the applicant in person to the  A;;ciit or Sub-agent ot the district in  which Lhe rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |fi, which will be refunded It thu rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be puld on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  06nil per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  Im- described by sections or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in unsurveyed  territory tho tract applied for shall he  staked  out by  the applicant  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  I'urnlsh the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tin. full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tho  loyalty thereon. If the coal mining  i-lghts are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a   your.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at  the  rate of $10 an  acre. "  For full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  \v. w. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertlscmont will not be paid for)  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Campbell's  Bicycle  Shop  Well-equipped workshop   for  Cycle and other repairs  Agent for  Massey - Harris   Bicycles  A Dependable   Canadian  Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies  and   Re"pair��  Electric Wiring and Installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's   Bicycle  Shop  Pendozi Street.     Next door to Club  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power   Bflt   woik    up   to  20 H.P.  KELOWNH RECORD  PubliDhad every Thursday at Kelowtia,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATEt-t  (I.ISO    psr    year;    7ftc.    sll    month.    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All liiuiik't'c in non tract ndvurtiRetncnlB muHt  ���>t> in the ImiidH of the printer br Tuesdn*  nvenini* to 'tiiniri' Duldiaatfnn tn tlie mit  lasne.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputAtion and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the  best   authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will  be in Kelowna in. a few weel.s  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street     Kelowna  Will Discourage  Purchase of Bearing  Orchards by Soldiers  Tl.e Soldiers' Land Settlement  Board lias decided to discourage  aa far as possible the purchase of  existing orchards for new tseltleis  who are applying for ftsailtanca  from the department. In future,  il was stated at a repent conference  at Vernon by F. C. Brown, head of  the federal land setilement BchemjN  only experienced orchardisls, who  hold certificates A and B trom lhe  qualification board, will be considered forihe purchase of mich  orrhttida.  the i is Iv of handing over a valuable orchaid to an inexperienced  man is too great, both in (lie inter-  e��ls of the man and of the taxpayers who back the government's  policy. It was felt, too, that there  had been too much "swapping"  owners in lhe working of the Soldier Settlement Act in British Columbia, and getting away from the  spirit behind the wfuile thing,  which, after al', was to get more  people on the land. It is not of  much advantage to the country  that a comparatively inexperienced  titan should be piacerl on the lame  farm that has been worked previously by an experienced man.  li.deed, it was felt that if such a  policy was allowed to continue,  there would be a decrease rather  than an increase of production.  Some difficulty has been experienced hitherto in setting a value on  fruit tre*B of various ages tor the  purpose of loans. It was/ decided  that the basic value should be taken  as $1 per tree per fear of age. In  addition the varieties suited to  different localities have to be considered when estimating the value  of the stock.  For lhe information of those who  propose lo Bettie in the upper country, i* was pointed out by the board  ih.'t no assurance of inspection of  lands until spring could be given  owing to lhe fact that in most parti  of lhe country the presence of  snow and climatic conditions in  general make it itnpoSHible to carry  out proper inspection of the land  It was unwise, therefore, for men to  take options on propeity unless  they would hold good for some  months to come.  On Monday next the J. H. Iren  with Electric Shop commence their  annual distribution of coupons to  purchasers to the extent of SOc,  and up, entitling holdeis to achnnce  of winning handsome prizes.  The board of railway commis  sinners, sitting at Vancouver, is.  sued permission to the C.P.R. to  close its station at Phoenix, B (",,  and discontinue train service. The  board also issued an order com  pelling the Great Northern to put  on a through freight service be  tween Keremeos and Vancouver  within three months nnd give pas  sengers from Kefem* ob to Vancou  ver through tickets between the  two points.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Local Scouts Column  Edited by "Wolf."   D.c 2nd. 1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, December I 1th,  1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Owls, and also for the week  following; next for duly Cougars.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday, December 9th, 1919, at  7.15 p.m.  There will be B Court of H'tnor  al the nfficeof the scoutmaster   for  patrol leaders only at 7.30 p.m on  Saturday, the  6th  instant.    Pnlrol  leaders wili please make a point of  attending this meeting, as we have  impoitant matters to discuss  a        s  ���  I hix week the troop bids farewell  to one of its oldest and most valued  members,  in   the   person- ol'P.L.  Ralph Weddell     Ralph  has  be. n  one of us for over five and  a   half  years, having joinerl   the  troop in  April of 1914, and  during   all  lhe  lime he has been one of our  monl  faithful attendants.    We shall misB  Ralph exceedingly nnd we will find  t hard to be able to refill the rink  .f patrol leader which he held.  The troop as a whole wishesRnlph  ill good luck in the new life which  iq is about to begin.  s   .     s  In connection with the Jamboree  .vhich we spoke of a short time ago,  the Headquarters Gazette has now  liven u.s official information as to  ivhers and when it is lo   be   lir-ld.  t will take place, or be held at the  Olympia, London, July 30th to  August 7th inclusive. That it is to  be a big thing may  be seen from  he fact lhat at a meeting of the  Council in London a credit of  ��7,000, or $35,000 for preliminary  expenses was approved. ��1,500  was voted for the entertainment of  foreign scouts at the Jamboree.  ���        s  The following is an editoriul ap  pealing in Headquarleis Gaz-tle,  which we think very appropriate  .is concerning a troop: ���  "1 dont mean this session to try  and have a big troop. We shall  not attempt anything very novel or  slailling. We are not going tn  hang about the streets with bugles  or big drums, or boast or advertise.  We will try something very simple,  yet rather difficult. We will try to  have a small troop of real scouts.  I must start over again with the  patrol leaders. Yes, we have a  dozen or so Rovets. Young men  of sixteen to twenty who make  patrol leaders of a kind. Quite  nice chaps. On the whole mildly  interested, hut not at all to be depended on. 1 only want fellows 1  can trust for this job. Picked men  who will be on parade every time,  ond who will put the good of their  boys before everything else. I will  try six or eight of the best. They  must renew their scout promise  and swear allegiance to the troop,  or to their own boys, and to myself.  1 shall choose two Rovers (preferably chums) for each patrol, and  we will only have so many patrols  as we have the right kind of Rovers  to take charge. Then 1 must get  hold of each patrol leader and his  second and talk over with them the  aim and object ihey have iu view  and all about the six boys in their  patrol, and the work proposed for  Ural patrol for the next three months.  I must somehow get that patrol  leader and second to realise that  on them depend the welfare and  happiness and futgre of these six  bb)S, and if they are a little afraid  of this responsibility, 1 must also  somehow get them to realise the  tremendous happiness of the woik.  Yes, I know it is expecting a  great deal from verv young men.  There are counter attractibns of  girls and dancing classes and  cinemas and smart clothes, and all  the excitements of being grown up  (or thinking you are), but mv patrol  leaders have got to choose whom  thev will serve, and if they will  serve the boys, then they have got  to try and live the motto we have  chosen for the troop this session  'FirBt things first.'"  Why not a sterling manicure set  this Xmas?    Get it at Parker's.  Auction Sale  of High-class Registered  Holsteins  including "Burton Mechthilde" and  "May Echo" blood, on  TUESDAY, DECEMRER 16,  Commencing at t p.m.  At Dr. Boyce's Stable, Kelowna.  Particulars "next issue.  Catalogue on  request.  Auction  The property of  A. N. Harker,  Beach View, across the creek, Abbott St  Thursday, Dec. 18th  Commencing I p.m.  Maion ot Riser. Piano, Axminster Rug,  10 x 15,4 leather-covered Arm Chairs. 4  Russian leather Chairs, Russian Leather  Morris Chair, Oak C-antre Table., Couch,  Oak Writing Desk, 2 Crass Chairs, Electric  Reading Lamp and shade, Brass Jardin-"  iere, 6 pairs Drop Curtains, Sofa Cushions  oak Hall Set, Hall Mirror, Rug 8 x 10, 2  Coal Heaters, Stair Carpet, Oak Extension  Dining Table, 2 sets oak and Leather  Dining Chairs, Axminster Rug, 12 x 15,  Oak Buffott, Large Walnut Buffet or Dresser wilh very large mirror, Circasian walnut Dinner, 3 Bedroom Tables, Mirror, 2  Cliiffnniers, 2 Rugs, 8 x 12, 3 Bed Springs  and Mattress, Brass Bed, Spring and Mattress, Oak Dresser, Rug, 9x9, Oak Desk,  Table and Chair, Singer Sewing Machine,  Blankets, 4 Eiderdown Coverlet*, 4 pairs  Pillows, Large Chiffonier, 2 Wardrobes,  Pair long Curtains, 6 pairs short Curtains,  Bedroom Carpet, Gurney Oxford Rnnge,  Wheelbarrow, Garden Roller, Kitchen  Cabinet, 3 Kitchen Chairs, 2 Kitchen  Tables, 8-day clock, Tubs, Pails, Kitchen  Utensils, Step Ladder, Dishes, Copper  Kettle, and many other things not mentioned.    '  STOCKWELL'S, LTD., AUCTIONEERS  i'lii.i lot is in good order and very desirable. It stormy or cold day will be sold  inside. Do not bring any children. Come  early and bid fast. TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd.,  Auctioneers  Prof  essiona  1 Cards  BURNE *> jVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���   John.P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C. *  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Rotary Public.  KELOWNA, ti B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tr BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.1 own and Country Residences  JOIIN'CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E. *  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer ,  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Report, on Irrigation Works  Application, (or Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phon. 443 VeFnon   g c  Residence       i\i  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetsun Ac Mantle Block      ���      Kelowna  Phone 327  Coloratura  HEKGA AMBLERS  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all clanoea  of work  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones; Business 164; Residence91  P.O. Box 22  Knowles will be pleased to pack  and pay postage on articles purchased from him (or sending over  Waltham Wrist Watches  FOR CHRISTMAS -  THE  MOST ACCEPTABLE OF  ALL GIFTS  Cashier Gold Filled  7 Jewels $33  Cashier Gold Filled  15 Jewels ��� $37.30  Solid   14 K  Gold  $35.00    $73.00  Cashier Gold Filled  (5 Jewels, 10 sin  $57.30  ' Cashier Gold Filled  15. Jewels, 10 aito  $60.00  Solid J4K   Gold  7 and IS Jewela.   10  ����. $73 (A $83  These watches cannot be purchased at a leu price  anywhere in Canada. Buy WALTHAM WATCHES  and have) the correct time.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optometrist  Kelowna, B. C  Stockwell's, Ltd.  KELLER  BLOCK  KELOWNA  NEW STOCK JUST  RECEIVED  Wall Papers���Fine Ncvy Styles  I  Hsyeyour  DECORATING  done eaurly  Our Stock is Com pletwa  Attractive Novelties  jETyaT  Made in Canada  New Congoleum and Coco Rugs  Come in and see them.       This is the place that saves you money.  Tbe Round Polished  re  Wo Needles to Change-No Wear  on the Record  The Paths method does away entirely  with the scratchy methods of the old  steel needles���None of the sweet, round,  tonal qualities ars lost ss ths highly-  polished sapphire travels over the  record. This most advanced scientific  method has many advantages ��� no  needles to change���no wesr and tear on  records���but a full,' unimpaired tone���  thc actual voice ot the singer or sound  of the instrument recorded.  "The Complete Phonograph"  That Plays AU Records  ���plays them all with a sweetness pf tone that entirely  eliminates thc artificial twang ao common to phonograph!  of a less perfect scientific construction.  Pathephone Cabinets are built in period designs���true In  every detail to the finest traditions of the furniture art.  Their outward exquisite beauty is ai perfect and aa far  advanced aa their method of recording ia comparison  with others.  Compare The Pathephone with any other phonograph-  view it from. any angle���outward appearance���tonal  qualities or prioe. Thero Can be but one result���A Pathe*  ibone in your home.  Atk Yeur loeat Dtolir to P/ay ta# lettit  Pnt\�� Roeordt Far Vou.  Pathe Distributors, Limited  ���manno  (PwM&ii  Ll-^-J  fk'i  Hi  K  JAMES H. TRENWITH  Ths Elactrla  MODEL  AGENT hursday, December 4,1919  KBXOWNA 1BCOB1)  PAOITHBXI  /jtSr^uui^) &��****��*  i f ������- t\if*i r  PHONE   561  KELOWNA  Down Comforters  for Christmas  AS CHRIS rMAS PRESENTS Down Comforters make a most useful and acceptable gift.    There is in stock at the  present time a large assortment of good colorings and designs at prices that are not unreasonable. Afah election now.  Gloves f��r  Presents  CLOVES make good  Christmas Presents and  ���re always an acceptable gift. We have fabric  Glovet in all colors, also  Cope Skin and French  Kid in great variety.  Prices frt,m$1.35 t��3.95  Christmas  ���      ���������������������������  Handkerchiefs  HUNDREDS of Hand-  kerchieft are waiting  here to tend the Christ-  mat message. We have  these in Lawn, Organdie  Irish Linea and Sv>iea  Embroidered at pricet  at reasonable at latt  year. ' '  Silk Underwear  as Presents  We have had just delivered this week from the  manufacturers assortments of Silk and Crepe-  de-chene Underwear in Corset Covers, Nightdresses, Bed Jackets, Envelope Chemises,  Underskirts and Drawers. These are the prettiest garments seen for a long time and should  be chosen early.  Sh  oe  Spociol - S6.50  In Our Shoe Department thit week  we have aa excellent quality Lace  Shoe with patent  vamp and kid (op,  good Cuban heel  and medium toe.  CHOOSE YOUR  CHRISTMAS  PRESENTS  EAR  Sale of Millinery, $$.95  Model Hats in becoming shapes are on sale  this week at this remarkable price.. Make your  selection of a new Hat for Christmas while  these model hats are here. Reg. up to $15.  Sale price, $8.95  CREAM PRICES  from November 19th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 65c per Ib. butter fat  No. 2 - 63c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  "ALSGARD S  Cater to Particular People  <5 Drop in any time and enjoy a light lunch  with something hot to drink.  (j Mr. Poole now has a full staff in the bake  shop and in future we will carry a full line of  all kinds of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, &c.  ,<f Our Xmas order of Moir'a and Ganong's  chocolates arrived this week.  WINTER & CHAPIN  'Phono 110  "  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mitt Isabel Reid wat a passenger  Friday last for Claretholm, Alta.  Mettrt. Eric Dart and H. C. S.  Collett left yetterday on a vitit to  England.  Louis Casorso wat a passenger  to Calgary yetterday.  W. Cuffley left yesterday for  Vancouver.  Ralph Weddell went down to  ocur-  Mat-  Vancouver yetterday, having aecur<  ed a position with tha W. H.  kin Co.  The Rev. W. F. Price left yetterday for Vancouver to attend a  convention there.  Lt. D. M. Watson wat a patten  g��r to the coatt yetterday.  Remember tbe Inttitute basaer in  Wetley Hall on Saturday, December 6th.   Doors open at 2 o'clock.  Principal C. W. Leet of the public tchool left today for a trip east.  Mrs. Lees hat gone to ttay with  her parents at Summerland over  the Christmas holidays.  Mrt. Denison and two daughters  were passengers to the coatt Monday, and will stay-for a few montht.  Mr. and Mrt. Leo. Hayet are  visiting at Vancouver for a thort  time.  Knowlet' fourteenth annual watch  guesting contest will be held thit  year on Saturday, December 13th,  Jack Ferguton turprited hit many  friendt thit week by reappearing  after an absence of several montht  in the Statet.  Manager Thomas of the Creamery left Saturday for a viait to the  coatt which will extend over the  Christmas holidays.  A province-wide movement hat  been itarted by the G.W.V.A. at  Vancouver comprising the varioui  soldier organizations, Trades and  Labour Council and United Farmer!  to place candidatei in the field at  the nest Dominion elections. An  organization movementjhai already  been started in thii constituency.  An interetting presentation took  place latt Friday evening in the  Baptist church, when the Rev.  W. F. Price, on behalf of the choir  members, handed Mr. Bartholomew  a handsome piece of silverware in  recognition of his recent marriage  and to commemorate the many  happy times enjoyed by him and  his associates of that body.  , The Rutland Athletic Club sre  balding a dance in the tchool  house Wednesday, December 17th  at 9 p.m., music by four-piece  orchestra. Tickets on sale at  Crawford's snd Trench's and members of the R.A.C. Electric lighting of the hall by Jamet H. Trenwith Co. ^ "  White ivory toilet and manicure  sett at Parker't are splendid value.  Jst. Mclvor was a passenger Saturday last for Belfast, Ireland.  Geo. Reid left last Saturday on a  visit to England.  Jas. Inglis it away thit week on  vitit to the coatt.  Mr. and Mrt. Chapman left yetterday afternoon for Lot Angelet,  where they will 'spend the winter.  Mr and Mrt. G. L Allan went  to Victoria! Tuetday where they  will tpend the winter.  The Women'i Auxiliary of the  GW.V.A. have arranged a whist  drive for December 17th;  Mr. and Mm. A. McGregor are  leaving tomorrow for the coatt ea  their way to spend the winter at  Lot Angelet.  Herold Green wat a passenger  to England latt Thuriday.  The Ladies' Hospital Aid are  holding a sewing bee in the Institute  rooms on Thursday, December  11 th. The hospital hat been rather  busy lately, consequently certain  lines mutt be replenished at once.  The balance can be left until early  in the new year. We realite thit  it a very buty season with ail but  would ask as many ladies as poaaible to spare jutt a few hourt for  thit good w��rk. Don't forget the  date, Thursday, December I Ith.  The reopening of the old English  church, which hat been purchased  by the Salvation Army, will be held  next Sunday, December 7th, when'  services will be conducted by Staff-  Captain Flabkirk, from Vancouver.  An interesting talk will be given to  the young people at I I a.m.; a service of music and song at 3 p.m.,  and a salvation meeting at 8 p.m.  The staff captain is a great pla> er  on the banjo', and qdite a number  of hi? songs are his own composition.   Everybody will be welcome,  Monday afternoon will be children's day at the new theatre, for  "Daddy Longlegs" will be there,  Some time ago Messrs. Willits 6t  Co. arranged to give free tickets to  the ihow to purchasers of school  supplies. The coming of the film  has been to long delayed, however,  that probably tome of thote tickets  halve been lost, which" would be  rather a hardship. They have  therefore arranged that all children  whether they have ticket! or not,  are to be admitted free to a matinee  at 3.30 Mondav, and adultt accom  panying them at the regulrr admission price. *  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that R. A. Bartholomew  whose address is Okanagsn Mission, will  apply (or s licence to taks and uss ono  qusrter cubic feet per second of water out  of White Pebble Spring, which flowa North  West snd draine into the ground on Diatrict  Lot 358, Oeoyoo/ Division. The water will  bt diverted from ths atream st s point  nsar the North West corner of District  Lot SOOAr snd will bs uaed for irrigation  purpose upon ths land described ss ths  West 22 acree of Sub. Lot 5, District Lot  358, Oaoyooa Division.   Thia notice wea  Rooted on the ground on the 26th day of  lovember, 1919. A copy of thia notice  and an application purauant thereto end to  tho "Water Act. I9M," will be filed in the  office of the Weter Recorder at Vernon,  Objections to tha application may bs filed  with the said Wster Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Wstsr Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within fifty dsya  after the firat appearance of thia notice in  a local newapaper. The date of the firat  mblication of this notice ia November 26.  919.  R. A. BARTHOLOMEW. Applicant,  2-op  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re part Diatrict Lot 122, Croup I, Osoy.  cob Division of Yale District, in the Pro.  virrce of British Columbia,  Whereas proof of loss of Certificate of  Title No. 707-A, issued to Anastasia  O'Riolly, and covering above Und haa been  filed in this office;  Notice ia hereby given that at tho expiration of one month from the firat publication  hereof, 1 shell issue e duplicate of the aaid  certificate of title unleaa in the meantime  valid objection thereto be mode to me in  writing.  Deted at the Land Registry Office, Kam-  lobpe, B.C. thie 7th day of November,  A[D. 1919.  1-5  H.V.CRAIG,   .  Diatrict Registrar of Titles.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale Diatrict.  NOTICE ia hereby given that 1 ahall st  the expiration of one month from the dete  of the firat publication hereof iaaue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned lands in ths name of Alfred  George Harrison Carteanere, unleaa in the  meantime valid objection ia made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to ssid lands, namely i���  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Comi  Limii  anagan rru  nlted, to R.  Aldam Pease of 26.2  ipeny,  f26.2  Rubbers  of Another Color  Having aold an enormous quantity of the smart chocolate ��-id  tan boots (or men, I have decided  to stock rubbers that will match  them. They are now here and  await your inspection. My rush  order of Black Rubbers has also  arrived. You know my prices  new.  Also a line of special Genuine  Buckskin Moccasins for Boys.  Youths and Young Man.  Chas. Dark  The Rnhbsr King  .  acrea of Diatrict Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage deted 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 scree of Diatrict  Lot 219.  ia required to deliver the same to me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kern,  loops, B.G, thia 6th day of September,  1919.  G H. DUNBAR,  49-3  District Registrar of Titles.  Watch for  J. R. Campbell's  , Advertitement  Nat Week  AVERY 5-10 Model B TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  riS is an ideal Tractor for the Wt farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish  at much as four horaet in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half. 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in IOJ-foot radius.  Total length 135 inchet; wheal base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have . demonstration.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Panda* Street  Phene 159  You Need More Meat  in the cold weather.   Nothing like it far keeping up tha  bodily heat and vitality. |  But You Need Good Meat  Young,  well-fed,-bred for the table itock, which will  make eating a pleasure.  A full range of the Finest Meat  Products always on hand  Christmas is Drawing Nearer  You had better be golfing your order for Turkeys, Geese,  Chickens, &c, in as they Will be none too plentiful  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market. Telephone 178  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  - supply of  COAL COAL  Quality Xmas  **    Gifts    **  fl It sure is a grand and glorious feeling  to know your dad isn't afraid to trust you  with a real he-man's Watch���an Elgin.  <J Get your boy one of our splendid  timekeepers, from $ 11.85 up.  <J We Strongly Recommend tke  Streamline Model���a $50 Elgin.  12 site, extra thin, 17 jewels, adjusted to 6 positions  q Call in early and let us put your selection away until wanted.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  Jewelers, Caaorao Block, Kelowna.  W. W. PETT1CREW pahe rom  KBLOWNA   tECOM  Thuraday, December 4,1919  Weather Reports for October and November  Compiled by G. R. Binger,   Observer  Date  1 ..  2 ..  3 .  4 ..  5 ���  6 ..  7 ..  8 ���  9 .  10 .  11 .  12  13 .  14 .  15 .  16  17  18   .  19  20  21  22  23 .  24 .  25  26    .  27  28 .  29 .  30 .  31  OCTOBER  Max.  .... 57      .... 56      .... 59      .... 61      .... 63  .... 59      .... 63      ... 59   ...  .... 45      .... 45   ...    48    50       .... 56   ...    52        51    50    50  51  .. . 51    55    54   ...    46   .....  40    33   ..    34    37    39  Min.  Date  45  NOVEMBER  Ms  30 18  29 19  42 20  43 21  36 22  33 23  25 24  25 25  25 26  26 27  42                            29 28  46      30 29  39     ��� 26 30  42         33  41  44  34  43  36  34  38  34  40  38  25  26  33  38  43  50  47  45  44  44  48  50  51  50  39  27  25  28  31  32  49.45  34  38.60  34  33  27  30  26  25  30  . 28  30  . 35  13  II  25  30  . 35  35  41  39  40  40  34  42  40  38  II  16  10  22  25  25  29.26  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  Friday & Saturday, 5th and 6th  Anita Stewart in  "Her Kingdom of Dreams"  A country girl's ideals, enthused by an unconquerable  desire lo explore the great world beyond, leads the lovely  Anita into the private life of a great lumber kin".  A plrnalng Christie Comedy and a Chester Outing.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee Saturday at 2.30, 10c and 20c  Monday & Tuesday, 8th and 9th  Bryant Washburn in  "Poor Boob"      f.j  Bryant Washburn ia a new type of boob and docs not  depend upon queer-looking clothes to help him put the  character over. There are several amusing small town characters in this comedy-drama. The whole admirably illustrates  the part that luck plays in a man's life.   Alao a good comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9 15c and 25c  Wednesday & Thursday, 9 and 10  D. W. Griffith's  "The Girl Who Stayed at Home"  The tale has been told of the heroes of France's trenches  in "Hearts of the World." Now D. W. Griffith, with hia  genius, tells the story of the heroines of the trenches that  extend from Halifax to Vnncouvei���the endless trenches  lined with women's souls. It is the big drama of the girl who  stands on the curb, waiting���scanning eagerly the faces of  the marching men, searching for ONE face, the fare of the  man who muat hear what happened while he was away; who  must hear of HER battles, and judge. It will make you  think.    It will make you smile.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 25c and 35c  The Independent Meat Market. Ellis Street  Has n fine   showing this week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.    One trial is all  we ask and can guarantee to suit the most fastidious���  AND   THE   PRICES   ARE   RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN -      - Phone 268  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR  SALE  KU I LAND 80 acret, all under cultiv.  tion, modern house (new), bath, hot  and cold water, cement cellar, garage.  Only half mile from Rutland atore  and pott office. Price $13,500, on  term*.  K.LO. BENCH We have aeveral fii��t-  data propositions in thia deairabli  neighbourhood. Full particular! at  this office.  BERNARD AVENUE-9-roomed house,  bath.room, cellar, etc, a few (ruit  trees. Price $5,500. Owner will take  Victory Bonds aa whole or part payment.  CADDER AVENUE- 5-roomed .house  with cellar, large lot all fenced it,  with stable ana chicken houae at  rear. Price $2,300 on termi. The  houae could not be built for this  figure to-day.  GOOD BUILDING LOT, juat off Pendou,  price $250.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commit-  aion on the aale of City Property.  Want Ads.  IOB   SALE  FOR SALE, Florence Oil Stove, 2 burner,  wilh oven. Apply Box G, Record Office  5ltf  FOR SALE, tl 3,000, the house of O. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. I.3p  Auction  Having received instructions from ���  Mr. D. Hartley  I will aell by Public Auction at  hia ranch  Two doors north Rutland store  on the main road  Thursday, Dec. 11 th  the following articles:--  Good work Horse, about 1,300 lba, good  worker, aingle or double, 2-year-old Jeraey  Heifer, coming in January 10, 3 2-year-old  Jeraey Heifers, coming in in March, yearling Jeraey Heifer, 10 Hens, Deering Mower, 44-ft. cut, McCormack Rake. 6-ft., Disc  Harrow, eztenaion, set Straight Tooth  Lever Harrows, Spring tooth Harrow, I-  horae Cultivator,   Plow,   Ditch   Scraper,  horae heavy Wagon, with springs. Team  Wagon, "set Heavy Springe, Top Buggy.  Planet Jvnior Hand Cultivator and Seeder,  DeLaval Cjceem Separator, No. 12, 2  Cream Cane, 5 gala, each, 3 deep setting  Milk Cans, aet Single Work Harness, Set  Single Driving Harness, 3 Fruit Ladders,  Picking Paila, &c, barrel! freah Cider,  about ten tons Clover and Alfalfa Hay,  Hoes, Rakea, Shovels, Forks, etc.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE - 2 Urg  Cupboards, suitable for putting bedding,  clothing and so on in, Dresser with large  mirror, |Commode, Refrigerator, Heating  Stove, Hall Rack, Bookcase with glass  front. Bookcase and Desk combined, Single. Bed with mattress and springs, Sideboard, Extension Table, Parlor Organ,  Kitchen Table, 2 centre Tablet, Rocking  Chairs, Chairs, Dishes, Carpets, Blinds,  Curtaina, Stair Carpet, new, alao other  good Carpets, new, Books, Picture*, Kitchen Utenaila, Carpenter'a Toola and many  other articles too numerous to enumerate,  Alao one Lady'a and one Gentleman's  Fur Coat.  Special attention ia called to thia aale i  tbinga are in good ahape. No reserve i  the ranch has been sold.  Sale to commence at I p.m.  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  FOR SALE, Young Pigs, Chester white,  six weeks. Apply W. H. Fleming, Vernon Road. Itf  FOR SALE, House and Lot at Okanagsn  Centre, $350 caah. Apply Mra. L. E.  Todd, Kelowna. 2 5c  FOR SALE, Brood Sow, Duroc Jeraey,  pure bred, thirteen months. Apply  R. J. Sproule, Rutland. 3-4p  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colts. Two-yeaw-old  derk grey Mare, alao one.year-oid bay  horae colt, white strip on face, white  feet. Both branded with small D on  left front foot. Reward for information  of aame to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  SITUATIONS WANTKD  WANTED, by married man, experienced  in all branches of orchard work, charge  of orchard or would work on shares.  Apply Box M, Record. 2-3p  OFFICE CLEANING Work wanted office  and houae cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483       3p  MISCELLANEOUS  TO RENT, new 5 roomed Bungelow.fully  modern, stable and chicken houae.  Apply Okanagan Loan end Investment  Trust Co. 2tf  USED CARS : McLaughlin Light Six,  $1090; 2 Chevrolet. 490. each $450;  Ford, $375 ; Ford with electric starter,  $625. All in good running order. On  terma if required.   M. A. Alsgard.  2tl  CAME TO OUR PLACE one month ego,  3.y��er.old ateer, Shorthorn Jrsey,. indistinct brand. Owner to prove property  and pay expenaea. Goodacre or Browse,  Wilson Landing. 3p  WANTED, a convertible  Bed-Settee, for  cash. Reply A. E. Dark, Shoe Store.  3c  WANTED, teem of Young Horaes, 1,400  to 1,509 lbs., suitable for orchard work.  Apply Box II, Record Office.        3-4p  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5502  GRANT  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  Having installed  a new up-to-date  Automatic Vulcanizing Plant, I can  give a quick and efficient  Tire tad Tube Repairiif Service  Material ot wordmanahip guaranteed  G. LANE  Phone 202 Petronage solicited  Comer ���eraarti Ave. & Ellis St.. Kslowna  By the Old Silver Wolf  We had e good parade last Friday night  in our old cub room, and were pleased to  aee aome new lights, put there by tbe  acouta. It waa a good sign to aee nearly  ail the boya there, end  thoae  who  were  I 'old me they had been to a party and  had a great feed. It ia not often a Cub  loses his appetite, only when he haa been  doing two many lessons and chopped his  mother two much kindling wood, ao aa a  rule he can eet pretty well, and we hope  our brother Cube soon got over the pains  they got at the party.  The Cub books will be here shortly and  have been on order aome time. If they  are much longer a little more time will be  given thoae boya who are trying to get  atara. _ Keep practising the ball throwing,  for it ia the hardest part of the teat and ia  a great exercise also.  Many boya are trying to get Proficiency  Badges, which are a great honor aa they  show the Cub lo be a real boy, who tries  to help the Pack and himself aa well. I  may aay that no Cub can try for a Badge  until he gets hia first star. Theae are the  Badgea you can try for: Observer, Signaller, Collector, Woodworker, Weaver, Firat  Aid, Artist, Houae Orderly,Guide. Athlete  Team Player, Swimmer. The Cub Master  will tell you what to do to gain anyone of  these.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  VOTERS* LIST FOR 1920  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  Court of Reviaion will be held on Wedneaday, December 10th. 1919, et ten o'clock  in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber,  Kelowna, B. C, for the purpose of hearing  and determining any application to strike  out the name of any person which haa  been improperly placed on the Municipel  Voters' Liat for the yeer 1920, or to place  on euch liat the name of any pereon improperly omitted from aame.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowne. B.C., City Clerk.  November 19th. 1919. 2-4  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Poet Office J  CORONATION AVENUE - Cottage, 4 j  room*, pantry, bathroom, lot 40 * 139,;  domestic water, barn 16 x 16, chicken 1  houae, woodshed, indefeasible title and I  taxea paid up to January let, 1920.  $ 1,200, half caah, balance to be arranged. 3  Bungalow, 5 rooma, lath and plastered, |  with  open fire place.   A snap for ca "  only 1650.  PENDOZI STREET-Two-atorey  house.  8 rooma, hot and cold water, lot 50 * J  122, barn and shed, root cellar, $3,000,"  half caah.   WiU consider a eaeh offer '  for immediate aale.  SUTHERLAND AVENUE-Bungalow, 4 J  rooma and pantry, electric light and]  water, 8-ft, verandah on front.lot 60 x J  191.   $1,700 on easy terms.  WOODLAWN-House, four rooms, wator |  and electric light, woodehed, chicken }  houae, stable to hold 4 horses, cow J  stable, half an acre, no city taxea to pay. 1  Indefeasible title. $2,500. half caah. |  balance to be arranged at 7 par cant  Two-atorey Houae, 6 rooma, water laid oa ���  statue, 4 alalia, abed, chicken houae, |  including three Iota, no dty taxea, $3,500 i  half cash, balance to ba arranged at 7 j  per cent.  ST. PAUL STREET-Bungalow. 5 rooma |  pantry, cellar, bathroom, fully modem, .  dose in, lot 50 x 150.    $2,750 on terma. '  LONG AVENUE ��� 3-roomed Cottage,*  water and electric light, lot 74 x 200. '  $1,250.   Cosh $500, balance to arrange.  Listings wanted of farms and dty property.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturday, 9 to <J  10 p.m.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD  AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repair*  Now it ths time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-uphoUtar your auto,  or buggy teat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, tke.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corneri  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  The Hon. Martin Burrell ha*  stated hia inability to comply with  the request of the G.WV.A. to  visit Kelowna at preaent, but he  haa undertaken to lay their proposals regarding lund aettlement and  eztenaion of the housing act before  the Hon. Mr. Meighen and ths  Hon. Mr. Calder.  TO CAR OWNERS  Vulcanizing, Re-Treading  Tire and Tube Repairs  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  TAYLOR & JNDERSON     -   -     Kelowna Garage  Laurence Avenue  FLOUR  Purity and Robin Hood per 98-lb.  sack, $5.50 net cash  HAY - GRAIN - BRAN - SHORTS - SALT  OJLTRY    SUPPLIES - STOCK FOOD  Kelowna Growers'Exchange  Feed Store Phone 29  Free City Delivery  The Newest Auto Horns  are shown here and will prove interesting. Come in  and look at them. While here you may remember you  are out of motor oil or that your brakes need new lining.  Such things are to be found here, of course, aa are all  sorts of auto supplies. Same high.quality, same low price*  Battery Service Station  GAS        OILS TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi   &  Lawrence  J. W. B. BROWNE. Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 76


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