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Array j   "i"  VOL. VII.  NO/31.   ������-    ���    ��� ���  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA; THURSDAY, JUNg 24, I9I5.-6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  MME. KOKEVTSEVA, REAjL^FIGHTING.. WOMAW  Mme? Kokevtseva"j recently, awarded the cross ol St. George for kwory  is the Colonel Commanding the i'xUlh Ural Cossacks Regiment. She has  been wounded twice while fighting.  Fall Fair Changed to  September 27,28 aod 29  Otherwise Would Clash With  Provincial Fair Schedule  i ��*as a full meeting of the Agricultural Aasoeiation in the Farmers'  Institute rooms, on Saturday afternoon last, the^ president, Mr. iR. A.  Copeland in. the chair, and Mr. P. B.  Snashall   acting as seoretary.  A letter was read from the secretary  ol the Department of Agriculture with  reference to the dates arranged ior  the. show, Slst, to 33rd of September,  instead of 27th and 28th aa arrange!  by the Provincial Fall FairV Ampliation. It was pointed out by the government that ths dates arranged  would conflict with tbe iKamloops fair  and it .would not be practicable for  th* aome judges to judge at Kamloops  and also at Kalowna, and it would  be necessary {or additional judges being appointed, an undesirable feature,  in view of the stncT ooono B> required  from tits department this year. * The  Deputy Minister o! Agriculture had  been consulted in the matter, and  strongly urged the directors to take  the later dates, in order that the  judges itinerary, as arranged ~ might  be undisturbed..  Although it was felt to be desirable  to have the fair days include Thursday half-holiday it was considered  that the difference of the few days was  not sufficiently important to justify  clashing with the views .of the Fall  Fair Association ot Ujo province, and  that it would abe possible to arrange  with the Merchants'- Association to  have the half holiday on Fair waek on  Wednesday, the 90th. . It was Jinaliy  resolved that, the fair be hold on the  37th, 28th and, 29th of September.  - A letter was read from Mr. K.R.H.  DeHart with reference to the appeal  .for funds to pay off the indebtedness  of the association, and donating ths  priie money, amounting to about !(4U.  due to him for last,year's exhil'ils.  Mr. DeHart also promise! to iive the  association any help li- r-.-juld lu ike  future. The. secretary was directed to  write, thanking Mr. DeHart for., his  generosity.  The chairman took the opportunity  6! thanking the Press Committee, Messrs. Pridham and Calder, for the Inter they had find" published in the  press, with referw!o 1c Ihe imerl for  co-operation ampnf nil the community In order that thi show this year  ahall be a successful, one, and for - assisting, the association generally.  Thanks was also due\q the local press  lor their kindness'in publishing same.  The chairman announced that Mr.  Cooper, the late secretary had had. a  letter from the' government stating  that the grant of (700,00 for the show  if held this year would be forthcoming.  The committee appointed to deal  wilh the print list under the dinVint  sections made their reports. As there  were only a few minor alterations  to  KELOWNA TENNIS CLUB  Tho arrival of the fine Weather will  be welcomed , *by none more  heartily than by the local tennis enthusiasts as, although n little practice has .been goinrf or.  play has, been -much hampered  by the wet.  The Kelowna Tennis Cluii played I hit  Mission- Tennis Club: at men's doubles  last Saturday at Kelowna courts, the  result being i v in for th<, home side,  by six sets to three.  The teams were as follows:  Kolowna.-W. E. Adams, H. A. Willis, H. G. M. Wilson, H. G. M., Gardner, G. A. McKay and A. W. R. Cow'  an. * ..    ���  Mission���R. H; Stubbs, I f. C Mi.l-  lara, E. A. ^arnojy, R. V Cti-Klt,-  mew, St. G. P. .Baldwin,. J. S._Thom-  son;  Adama and Willis beat Stubbs and  Mallam 6���3, 3���6, 8���6; Barnaby and  Bartholomew. 7���6, 6���1; Baldwin and  Thomson, 6-4, 11-9.. .  Wilson and Gardner list to Stubbs  and Mallam 4���6, 5���7; loat Barnaby  nnd Bartholomew ���6���3, 7���5; Baldwin  and Thomson, 7���5, IJ���3.  McKay and Cowan Ioal li S'uhbs  and Mallam 0���6, 0���6, Barnaby and  Bartholomew 4���6, "71���5, 4���8; beat  Baldwin and Thomson 6-0, 8-0.  A return match will,bo played "at the  Mission next Saturday.  be made it was decided to use the  show lists, printed for last year's  show, thoro being a sufficient supply  reported to be on hand, and have a  leaflet Jnserted with the alterations  shown.        "  ' In the poultry section it was decided to have a class for "Any other  variety" in addition to those.specified as in the sub-seotion for 'Knglish  breeds.- It was also resolved to Insist on leg bands' being on all birds  shown, the association to provide the  same at a nominal cost where  soty.  In the division lor cattle, it waa'  decided to add a soction for "Bed  Polled" cattle, nnd to adcftolaases ������' in  all breeds specified, for cows 'under  three yeara, and heifers of different  ages, and bull calves.  Mr. Jas. Bowos, on .behalf of the  sports oommittee stated that tl.ey  proposed drawing up a program providing for two days races, but thought  details should be loft umil a little  later. On the proposal oi Mr. Pridham, seconded by,Mr. Prowse, it was  resolved that the races lie confined io  local horses, from the Oknimgai   al.  fey,  Mr. Pridham, on behalf" of the special prises oommittee, proposed that the  secretary write to various corporations and wholesale firms who trans-  sot a great deal ol business with Kelowna, soliciting special prizes for the  show. The secretary was instructed  accordingly.  Il was resolved that tho next meeting of directors be held jn Saturday,  ���Tilly 17th at 3.30 p.m.  to. Rate Will Be Twenty - Five  Financial Estimates for Year are Passed- Tax Safe will "be  Necessary Evil ���Husks that the Swine Do Ent  There was a lull attendance at the' quired to cover tho difference between  regular meeting of ��� the city oounc'l' the revenue and the estimated expen-  Friday   morning   last.   The principal jjture  business on   hand ��� was the oonsidera-!- ' "    '  tion of the financial estimates for &,?* ���*nmary ol the estimate, was" con-  year and the fixing of the tax "rate. t��in0<1 in a reP��.rt submitted by the  necessary    to raise    the amount     rn-; finance committee as follows:  . ' Rlv VENUE  Sundry Revenue: "\  Trade and Hotel Licenses  ���.......'      $3,150.00  ' Polioe Court Pines  .���.',.���;       1,000.00  . Scavenging fees   ,       2,500.00  Interest on unpaid taxes ..,���'.        1,000.00  Sundry Items  ......   830.00       88,480.00  Light and Water. '   .  Estimated Revenue  r,. ,  $31,000.00  *-: Total Revenus  EXPENDITURE  Sundry Expenses _  "Interest and exchange   -...;..*.  12,800.00  Office salaries ...V.  3,360.00  Printing and stationery  .,���       920.00  Offioe sundries.......  880.00  ' .. Legal'expenses  .*-..:..  300.00  Counoil i indemnity   ;  1,750.00  General and Contingent "xpenses :.....\i ~  1,200.00  Grants *  .."���...'..... .-., .;.,.",... ..'  100.00  Administration1-of justice  i..���.   Streets -and Sidewalks:  . Street lighting    $2,900.00  Expenditure as per estimates    . ,,|  4,000.00  ���   Debenture expense  2,245.94  Health: .      .  Expenditure as per estimates   $2,020.00  Scavenger's wages.. ..*.  ...   .1,500.00  -    Debenture expense ......;.  7,521.18.  Park:  ' Expenditures as per estimates *  $2,031.00  Debenture expense   3,352.26  Light and Water:  ��� Current, expenses a* per estirjiutea...?..,' ��  -16,690.00  Debenture expense  ..... 12,121.87  Fire Protection:  Expenditures as per estimates  2,210.00  Debenture expense   '662.61  Schools:- ,  Expenditures as per estimates   16,760.00  Debenture oapense  ;. ...... ,..:  * 4,936.51  *J9,4SH.'W  Less government grant  ..  Implement shed (debenture expeuse) .  Completion of street liglil-ng py.tpm  Contingent expenditure   - Total expenditure    I^ss Revenue     21,688.51  6,760.00  311,010.00  31,050.00  $9,145.91  $11,911.18  $5,383.36  $28,81.1.87  $2,872.61  IJ4.936.51  7401  ���   UlU.00  578.01  ��?,��9i.39  e"W%480.00  Amount.to be raised by taxation.  This was to be raised by a total  General levy, 4J mills   v...' ..  Sohool levy, 5 mills ,....:   Debenture levy, 15' mills   "The ahove levy," the report stated,  is $16,000 less than last yen." but is  higher then we anticipated nviag to  a shrinkage of $7,000,00 in t'<e ic'veuue  from .Light and Water. .This sh.-'n1--  age adds an additional tour mills to  the general rate and necessitates . a  saving of ��23,000 in the other Ji-  partmenta.  There are at present. $48,691.00 o!  unpaid taxes dating back to 1910,  against which the city has a loan ol  $36,000.00. Means should bw taken to  collect theso taxes and have the loan  repaid, as until this is done it will Lo  difficult to secure further irlvances  from our bankers. Apart, from this  aspect pf the case suoh loans arc very  costly. The interest/on the r.resent  loan, adds 11 mills to the general rato  for this year, and therefore vovks a  hardship on those who. pay their ta i-  es. prompt*/.  The present financial condition ol  the city Is such that a tax sale seems  to be absolutely neoeeaary, and until  the Munioipal Act is changed so as to  allow a larger rebate for the payment  of taxes suoh sale shoald bo u.ade an  annual affair. *��� '  We would reoommend that the duto  set for the payment ol the presont  levy be placed ' late in the year and  that no extension be granted as haB  been the practice in former yeara."  This report was adopted^ in its en-  tirity alter a little discussion, . which  centred chiefly upon the question ' of  hording a tax sole.   .��.".  Alderman Copeland requested the  council to authorize the erection    oi  $49,512.39  tax levy ol 26 mills, as follows;   .-     8,012.23       !>,>B.4S  ,.;.���. -���. ..i -...  ,.  30,697.63  two stand pipes Ior filling (he water  1 wagons, one to be plaoed near - the  intersection of Bernard avenue and  Riohter street and the other at the  intersection of Pendoii street and Cad-  der avenue. The Light and Water  committee were instructed to have  same installed. ���  Aldermap Copeland also asked thc  counoil to authorize the.expenditure of  $10 on'the road to Manhattan Beach,  and alio the hiring of a team tor two  or throe days for the purpose of gen'  eral street repairs.  Permission was also asked for tha  proprietors of the brick yard to fill  in on old bridge on Gaston avenue  opposite the Agricultural Grounds,  such work to be done free of cost to  the city. The requests were; all granted. ���,  Mayor'Jones reported that the band  proposed to hold their weekly meetings  in the park thia summer as in previous  years. Owing to present conditions  they did not expect a grant irom. the  oity, but deaiTed,* however permission  from the council to take up a collection in the park during their concerts.   This proposal was endorsed.  A letter was read from the superintendent of the Provincial Homo for  aged men suggesting that the coukoll  apply for lull particulars, as to the  rules governing tbe admission if applicants to the home. The Mayor said  there were a few aged men in Hindis  trict *who were unable to care for  themselves, and for'thia reason he bad  requested the olerk to write to" the  home for a copy of their regulations'.  '   '������.���-...     '���\ .' : ���"     ���  '    -'*  THE QUEEN ifijSSABETH IN ACTUAL ACTION  The largest British Dreadnought at work inside the Dardanelles. She's  firing at n fort in the narrows. A shot from a concealed battery has just  fallen over her causing tho splash of water seen in the photo.  The provincial department of agriculture wrote enclosing notices in con-,  neotion with the destruction of weeds.  A communication waB also read from  the corporation of North- Vancouver,  asking the city to support them and  other munioipalities in bringing pressure to bear upon the provincial government to have struck out clauses in  the provincial charters to railways  granting exemptions from municipal  taxation upon application for extension of charters. The clerk "not instructed to reply that the council was  in sympathy with the proposal, but  would suggest that aotion be taken  through the Union of B. C. Municipalities.  Letters were reoeived from the Berlin,  Ontario Board ol Trade enclosing copies of resolutions regarding employment of returned soldiers and also  dealing with Camada's fire losses.  A request from th* fire brigade- for  the purchasing of 500 leet of 2' inch  hose.at a price of $1.00 per foot was  referred to the oommittee.  The Veterinary Director-General, ol  Ottawa, wrote respecting oertain nuw  regulations, to prevent the spread ol  hog cholera. It was pointed out that  the leeding of swine on garbage from  cities was a frequent cause of the outbreak of the disease.  "As the connection between garbage  leeding and hog cholera is not apparent," the letter stated, "I may inform you that the disease is frequently conveyed by uncooked pieces ol  pork, which find their way into the  swill barrel. Pieces of hams, bacon  rinds, sausages, that have become  tainted, and thrown out may easily  convey hog cholera, if any i.f thnn  have been derived Irom swine affestei*  with the disease.  Hogs in the early stages ol cholera  are sometimes killed for food, and I  may say that an experienced meat in  spector would find nothing suspicious  about any such animals. In lliuatuk-j  of incubation the disease makes no  change in the appearaaoe of thc cm  oassea, and the meat may be )aten by  human beings with no bad effects,  while remaining capable of carry.ng  thc infection ot hog cholera to swine.  'Pickling and -curing do not destroy ihe viruhncy of such pork, and  experience has shown that quite a  small piece of it may convey tho disease to susceptible hogs.  Garbage collected from widely scattered sources, as in ordinary city garbage feeding, has many chances ol becoming contaminated with scraps ol  infected pork, snd outbreaks of hog  cholera in the neighborhood, ot towns  and cities have occurred with great  frequency. Once the infection has begun it rarely is confined to .the herd  first attacked, but spreads to other  herds in the vicinity and very great  losses result. .  "Last year the government paid approximately $200,000 in compensation  to owners of hogs destroyed in stamp  ing out the disease, and this Is only  part ol the. losses incurred. Two  thirds of this loss, might be avoided,  I think, if infection through garbage  Former Ketowm People  Bant Out it Naran.1  Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hodson who io  moved recently from, Kelowna to Naramata have had the misfortune ta  lose their comfortable home th-re with  all Ha contents by fire in the early  hours ol last Thursday morning. The  fire was apparently caused through the  bursting of a lamp.  Mrs. Hodson was alone in the house,  as her husband waa engaged at eon-  tract work, in Pentioton, and in order  not to be so afraid she had left a  light, burning in the passage way between living room and kitchen. Some  time in the early morning Mrs. Hudson was awakened by a noise as ot  glass cracking, and was alarmed by  the smell of smoke and flame.. Hastily snatching some clothing she made  good "her escape from ths burning  building. By the time she got outside flames were coming from the upstair windows. It, was a case of  letting everything go, and the distressed woman hastened away to wake'  her nearest neighbors, Mr. Jas. Myers  and Mr. King. ��  The Iosb includes some valuable  jewellery and a considerable quantity  of cash, aa well as the usual household  furniture.  The loss to Mr. Hodson is considerable as only a small'amount of :n-  suranoe waa carried.  Docking Charges Sosfilied  The Railway Commission, at its recent sitting at Revelstoke, considered  tha petition ol the Boards ol Trade of  Kelowna and Summerland, ask ng that  the recent inorease in the C. P. R.  oharge to $0.50 per car Ior docking  and switching be not allowed. I The  C.P.R., defended the charges, argniug  that they had built the docks and the  tracks at much expense, and *��e  forced to hire* teams to Jo the switching. .No doubt the matter of biiig.i  transfer was also taken into consideration when the commission sustained  thc C. P. R. in making' its increased  oharge.  II the Pentioton board of trade is  successful in,its appeal to Ottawa, supported by Merritt and Prinoeton, tho  K.V.R. train will soon include a mall  ear. At present communication between many points along the K.V.U..  ia possible only by a very csVcuiluui  and slow route.  feeding could be prevented.  "This department" the writer continued, "has endeavored to 'incoariigo  garbage feeding by withholding compensation in" eases when hog cholera  haa resulted from this oauio, and (be  owner   h��j aot tried to jMotoct    Lis  <Oialli.il ea Fees M 77-  _   PAGE TWO.  KBLOWNA  RECQRD  THURSDAY, MUNE 94,'JM6  KELOJafNH RECORD  Published tvtry Thursday at Ktiowna,  Britlafc Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  91.50   per   year;    75c.    >li    mon thn.   Utiitetl  Staie-i SO oenti additional.  All itibscriptioni D&vable In advance  Subscriber! at the regular rate can have  extra papers mailed to Irlendi at a dUtunce  at HALF-RATE. I.e.. 76 centi per year.  Thii epeoial privilege (��� sranted for tbo  [���urpoj-e ol advertisins tbe oitv ind district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC., 25 cinita oer column inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 dava. W.  (10 dava 87.  WATER NOTICES���S9 'Ior live intwrtloni.  LEGAL  ADVERTISING-Flrit   Inaertion.    12  centa per line* each eubeeqaent Inner tion, 8  writs per line.       ���  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oenU  per word    lint inaertion,  1 oent per word  each lubaeauent inaartion.  DISPLAY   ADVERTISEMENTS - Two  Inohea  and under. SO cente per \\\&\\ firat Inaertion  over two incbei 40 centa per Inch lirat   in*  ���ertion:   20 centa per inch eaoh aubwquent  Insertion.  All chansea in contract advertisements must  be in the haiidn ol the printer by Tueidav  evening to   ensure   publication   in   tha   next  To Place Farming on  The Canadian farmer is fitulin-r n  strong and determined ally in lion.  Martin Burrell, minister of agrinultaie  Mr. Burrell proposes to provide a com  mercial service, -or u^r.jall:.ro similar to that which Sir horgo F-wtor  hus rendered manufacturers and Canadian industries generally. A comprehensive market propaganda is being initiated.  It is recognized that 'Jie fur: ier  has had difficulty in meeting bis  commercial competitors on an equal  footing. This has boen duo partly lo  laok of organization Mid partly  through his inability to Kocp Liumelf  informed as to current trade mc-vc-  ments in the livestock market.  A careful study is to be mad'' with  the co-operation uf thc department of  trade and commerce, of trado movements in foreign markets in order  that Canadian farmers may bo in a  ��� position to tako advantage iutel.i-  " gently of the greatly inereu^oJ pro  duets. A review of production in  Canada will be carefully made with  tho view to enabling lho coinlry to  handle its supplier in tho light of  market, demands and in tlu mos'.  economical and profitable niennur  possible. Co-oporativo selling, tho  benefits of which have beon so fuc  c'essfully demonstrated by Mr. JHtir  rail's department in connection with  the sale of eggs and wool will 1-3  given energetic support. It is expected also that under tne new policy  the department will bo able ,.a pre  mote co-operation between livestock  breeders and feeders and tho packing and transportation companies,  with tho view to stimulating ind developing Canadian industry as a  whole.  Wire Submarine Net  Across English Channel  Contrary to tho gonerul notion ll'nl  a protective lano of torpedo bo<it r|i*|.  trovers 'and other warships is maiu-  ��� miiuI hy the Allien urn m lho J'ng-  liah channel, it ia learned that there  has been atretchod Irom Folkestone to  Cape tlrisnvz, a wire cable netting  witb meshea eighteen inohes square  The cabin is clamped togother in sections. It is submerged to a depth ol  about ISO (out and kept in place by  anchor buoys. Thia submarine "deadline" the Oermmi "I!" boats can not  pass.  - A narrow passage left :>iwn, no-  cording to the British iidmiriity announcement lor merchant shipping   by  -way ot the Downs and Deal, ia carefully guarded by torpedo boats nn'l  torpedo boat destroyers.  "Whilo Germaay's Iront is Unbroken  she can manage without foreign U'tde  and without a gold basis to her currency," writes Col, Maude in the Evening ��� Standard, "but once it becomes  apparent that her ultimate victory ,i��  nn impossibility, ber public credit will  It shaken as it has neyer been shaken  in any country in the world."  Details hav'e been received of a recent  engagement between an Italian, and an  Austrian submarine in whioh the Hal-  inn boat was vanquished. This ia  the first time in history than an encounter between undersea boats has  been recorded. .-  Rutland News  (from oar own Correipondent.l  The Methodists are arranging a picnic to South Okanagan to be hold on  Dominion Day, July 1st.  *      *  Rutland farmers are now busy digging spuds. This is exceptionally  early. for new potatoes, and they   nre  of a good size too,  ��     ��  Charlie Kdwards-of tho CM.lt., was  down from Vernon last week end for a  few days leavo. He returned Tuesday,  Mr. Clarence Duncan taking him up by  car, and seizing tho opportunity     to  pay a visit to tho camp.  ��      -��  1-ast Sunday evening Mrs. Campbell  Brown, wife of Mr. Campbell Brown of  the K.L.O. bench, formerly missionary  in China, gavo an address at the Methodist church on "Chinese Missions."  Tho muTntion of actual personal ex*  pericnt-cs in tho celestial empiro    was  most interesting.  ��      ��  Mr. tieo. Cross and his brido might  have been'excused last Monday nit��ht  if they had imagined that the Uorman*  had arrived with tlteir -lack Johnsons  and Zeppelins and other dovilmmts.  It was only the youth of Rutlan'l,  however, expressing in a "ehivvnreo"  their pleasure at the arrival of Mr.  and Mrs. Cross t<y tako up their new  mjarried life in the district. Everything  in Rutland capable of making a noiHfl  wus commandeered from shot guns lo  wash tubs, and for a time ths Dardanelles was not in it.  ���SS���  Wilson Landing and  ���   Westside Notes  IFross oar own CorrssDontlsnt-)  A tolephone has been installed nl the  government road camp, north o! Na-  hun. *���  Master Charlie Clarence is writing  for his entrance^ examinations in Kclowna this week.  ���      ��  Many ol us nro awaiting miiiously  for newB of the sufe arrival ol iho  ;'Mogantio."  Returning from a trip up tho lake  on Friday last Mrs. D. Lloyd-.Tom's ot  Kelowna paid a visit to Mr. and Mrs.  Cecil Browse.  Mr. H. Leney, was hold up on Wednesday at the Wilson Landing post  office, from which point he telephoned  Kelowna for a tow down to get necessary repairs to hia launch.  Mr. Arthur Johnson has boen in~the  vicinity for thc past two weeks. Ho  is at present putting logs into tho  lake tor thc Kclowna Sawmill Co.,  and io staying at Mr. Atkinson's  ranch.  Items from Ellison  (from our owa OomsDoodant.)  Mra. Campbell Brown gave an ad-  drcsa in tho Mothodist church on Sunday laat on missionary Hie and work  in China, which was listened to with  great intoroat. Tho lady, who is a  fluent speaker, apent several years in  tho llowory kingdom and consequently  apoko Irom personal knowledge on  Chinese work and customs. A returii  viBit ol this gifted lady will he highly  appreciated.  A suoccsalul icc-crcan and iVrsj/dxttv  social was held in the Mnlhodiat  ohuroh grounds on Friday last, under  the auopicee ol the Uni pie llihlo I !a����.  Although the day had beon showery,  a large number ol friends gatherod and  after having eaten freely ol ice cream,  strawberries, oake, eto., an adjournment waa made into tho onurch whore  musical program was provided in  whioh the following artistes took part:  Mrs. 0. Whitaker, Miss Vernier, Miss  I'inoo and Mr. 0. \hitaker. Tho sum  ol $14.80 waa realised towards tho  shod lund.   33   Slow but steady improvenient in the  condition of King Constantino was reported in a bulletin to the Greek legation at Washington.  The board ol governors of the University ol B. -C. announces the appointment of Mr. Mack Eastman, It.A.,  Toronto, Mi.D., Columbia, as assistant professor in history.  A Zcpprlin air ship Caught liro in  tho air Monday night near Zoebrugge  snd lei' into tho sea, according to a  Central Nowo despatch rccoived Irom  Amsterdam.   i  MEETING CF CITY COUNCIL  (Continued from Pass 1.'  hogs by cooking tho garbage before  feeding it. Experience has shown that  this method of dealing with the .question has had little result in lessening  outbreaks. It has therefore bean decided to piece garbage feeding under  more stringent regulations than before.  A licence will be required in order to  curry on the business, and licenses  will be issued only to those who ageeo  to certain conditions and aro ouuippod  with the necessary premises for carrying them out."  The regulation reads as follows: 'lhe  feeding of swine upon garbage or swill,  either raw or cooked, obtained elsewhere than on the. promises where led.  is prohibited, unless special pci'iuis-  sion in writing is firat obtained li'om  the Vetorlnary Director C.eneral.  A court ol revision in .connection  with the assessment colls for the local  improvement by-lawa numbers 171 to  188 was fixed for Wednosday, July 14,  1016, at 10 a.m., when any complaints  against the same would be heard.  The finance 'committeo submitted tho  following list ol aocounts for payment:  J, H. Ferguson, hauling "wood $ 05.00  Dalgleish & Harding, supplies l.?5  P, 1!. Willits & Co., supplios . .    1.85  K. F. Oxley, supplies       1.05  Kclowna Garage & Machine  Works, supplies and work .    '8.10  A. H. Davy, teaming      43.00  II. G. Blair, repairing iooIb . .     1.00  D. I.ockie, supplies      lU.Oi)  J, Copeland, watering streets . 22.05  II. Dillon, watering streets . . -0.10  0. K. Lumber Co., sawdust .       70.50  0. K. Lumber Co., lumber . . . 'U.45  Kelowna Sawmill Co. lum-  bcr-and sawdust 22.).ri0  Kelowna Carriage Works,   repairs to street equipment .      1.50  D. D. Campbell, supplies    2.20  Morrison-Thompson Co. supplios 11.14  .lames & Trenwith, supplios . i I3.il)  Mom Jenkins & Co., teaming . 18.25  .1.   A.  Morrison A:  Co,  repairs .    1.50  1. S. Chamberlin, ropairs . . . 2.75  Can. Cen. lElec. Co., supplies . 7.i��2  Can. Con. Floe. Co. balance due  on ndw electric unit . . . 2"i0.tl0  T.  I.awson, Ltd.,  supplieB. .20  Hut-bunk  Motor Co,  supplies  ���   and work      3.35  Burne & Temple, legal lees f .    10.50  Kolowna liecord     158,48  Kolowna Courier      75.15  Kelowna Hospital Society, feoa  tor care of indigents '. . . , 74.00  Dr. Boyce(| examining lunatics . 10.00  Dra. Knox & Campbell, exam-  ' ining lunatic      5.00  H. W. Thomas, .refund ol disbursements        10.00  11. W. Thomas, Lrausportatbh  lor lunatic-  ,;     14.00  H. W. Thomas, meals, etc.,   for  lunatics      t  7.!io  Oxford Grill, prisoner's meals .     2.75  Financial'Post of Canada, *'  subscription .......   .   . .     3.00  L. N. McKillican, hauling wood 57.IK)  .1. L. Doyle, insurance premium   ,  , on tool house    25.00  G. G. Dowsloy, hauling'wood .   4S.50  fi. Markham, cleaning      12.00  W, B. Trench, stationory . . . 8.10  Okanagan Telophone Co., ronta - 20.50  S. DM'olquotto, salary    150.00  E. Fowler, salary     110.00  J. I,. Wilson, salary     58.07.  F. Varney, salary    8��.00  F. Freeman,, salary   '85.00  B. ��. Hill, salary      100.00  G, H. Dunn, salary  '  166.0G  F. V. Royle, salary   110.00  P. f. Dunn, salnry   100.00  R. W. Thomas, salary   115.0!)  Albert Gib",, salary     86.00  .lames Patterson, salary     85.00  F. Swainson, salary- .'85.00  [���'.. Weddell, salary     (12.50  0, Bnlsjllie, salary     7JUW  A. W. Andrews, salary  , 30.00  .J. A. Bigger, salary  t.      5.00  A. R. Davy, salary     125.00  Dr. Keller, rent      -27.50  II. 1. Johnston, rent       40.00  I'nnis & McDonnell, teaming . . 3.83  E. Bonjean, waterworks work . 0.00  T. Barrett, work at fireball etc 8.00  H. Harrison elec. line work . . 10.00  Provincial govt, taxes on sew- '   .  age disposal grounds . . . 81.0)  J, Batt, hauling wood     .     . .   77 ,'i()  Aldorman Copoland wished lo be  placed on record as.objooting to the  payment ol the account ol thc 0. K.  Lumber Co., for $70.50 for hauling  suwduss for #the months of January  and February upon tho ground thnt  this sawduse , was delivered at the.  powor house after the company had  been notified to stop hauling same.  Alderman Adams stated that- tho  Light and Water committee had decided not to grant the company's request tor Ireo light and water during  the period In which they hauled sawdust contrary to instructions, but As  a portion of tho -sawdust hauled had  beon used by the council the committee hs*. recommended that $70.60/ be  paid upon the understanding that th"  city reooivod a receipt In lull and -a  rcloass Irom any further liability in  the matter.  Hot Weather  Needs  ��� 1 *  Toilet Creams  ' Toilet Waters  Toilet Soaps  " Talcum Powders  Smelling Salts    -  Shampoo Powders  Bath Powders  Powder Puffs  Foot Powders  Chamois  Our  stock  ia  complete and  comprises all the beat Import-  .- ed and Domeatic makes. We  take   a  delight   in  showing  Toilet Goods  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna, B.CV  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  ,        use  Sanitary at  all times  Cull, and  inapt cl1  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  Are You  Going Camping?  The season is here again when "we think  of the hills and.small la'-es, and the pleasure, of spending a few days away from  business and home. Let us supply you  with your eatables for the trip. Following  are some things you will need���  *  CANNED GOODS  Something that 'you cannot get along without.  We have Canned Salmon, Sardines, Herring,,  Lobster, Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Geneva Sausage,  ���nd many other palatable preparations,       ���  SUMMER DRINKS  Something to make the water taste good. We  have Limejuice, Lemonade, Grape juice, Cherry  Wilie, Sherbert, &c, &c. ��� ' .     .    .  COFFEE and COCOA  and Condensed Milk. Something good and  easy to prep.are.  RELISHES  We have choice Pickles, India Relish, Olives,  Catsup, Sauces, &c, &c.  ^v^'wvwwyvwvw^n/v  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 s.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.30's.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 s.m.  Saturday Special   1  . BIG SNAP  Electro Plated  Trays  20 cents each'  B.C. Variety Syndicate  '  The Home of Big Values  Bernard Ave. Kelowna  ws&-  ENGllAVING.  ' ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE-  MOST-SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN jo the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES-VOUR ILLUSTRATIONS'   LITERALLY TALK   MANUFACTURED IN WLirtRN CANADA  rtv ih.ClllAND'DlilBl'iHcOM  i* " V I  OOH   WOflLD   UlOC>  AGENTS        .     ."  THE KELOWNA RECORD  For everything that's good to eat go to  THEstweofplen:  PHONE 35 ��� PHONE 35  WE STILL BUY LOCAL BUTTER AND PAY 35c PER POUND  Builders' & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Bo.  '    166  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to tha new  Dominion Government  regulations sll formers  who sell butter either  to the stores or privately, ara required tb have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha fact is alao em.  phaaised that all butter  in such packagea muat  be of ths full net weight  of sixteen ounces, snd  in default of same a  fins of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  mutt be ao labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with tha creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly-printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100PAPrLu^���c$1.50  200  500  1000  >��  2.00  2.75  3.75  These prices include Both ihe  Paper, which it the bett obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.   .  Kelowna Record ���^^^rrr^^rW^rmmmmmmmmm^  mmmmmmmmJmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ���^^������JWWBwpjwipppwip!  THURSDAY, 3UNH34, 1915  JCEtOWNA  RECORD  rim  m  ae  Success of Dairying Depends  Upon Right Methods of  Handling  (Continued from our laat iaaue)  SHraming the Milk  If the product sold is cro'sin, thc  milk should be separated ��� at once,  while still warm, aad the cream therefrom should be immediately flooled to  as low a temperature as possible. It  might seem tjhat it is nol iitccisnry to  take this precaution in producing the  cream for butter-making, ��;ln*o it  should be sour for ohurning; but.whm  . it is to be kept ior two days or longer beforeiit is delivered to the cream,  ery, it ia very important io check nil  fermentations, good or bad, u �� tb  allow the butter-makor lo have full  control of the souring piccess. He  can then make a muoh mora uniform  grade of butter or better \eepinq quality, as well as a muoh batter flavored product.  When a sepnrato milk-house is available the cream separator should always be found there, and nover operated in the stable or any other place  where the air is impure or the surroundings bad, A simple, olean room  with a solid floor and screened doors  and windows, can be made to \nswcr  very well as a place to separata '.lie  cream.  Care of the Separator  It is important that the lepuriit.vr  runs smoothly: Any trembling or  shaking of the separator while ski timing will cause a loss ol butter ful  in the skim-milk. His essential thai.,  that the machine be set upon .1 firm  foundation and properly levelled. Kick  separator is 'usually aceonipu.ii.id by  specif ia directions for setting up and  operating, and these should be carefully followed. - The life of a standard  separator depends to a largo extent  upon the oare it receives. One lh.it  is allowed to become gummy or dirty  may wear out ln��a year, whits ii pr.i  . porly cared for will last hnll a life  time. It should be kept level. \ri��  from dirt, and well oiled. Uniforir.  turning will contribute, lu ���Vim.iiin,;  efficiency and to the life of the machine.  Gleaning the Separator  0 Many dairymen are nogloettul '��the  cleaning of the separator, and ,-fome  seem to think that it is unneces'iry  to wash them more than onoe a day.  Even when the bowl is riiuwtl w.th  warm water; there' remains a coating  of slime and milk on the interior parts  which readily undergoes decomposition. When next used thi wari.i  cream in passing becomes '.ont.iroir.nl  ed with bacteria from this source, and  it is injured beyond repair. Such  cream may be dangerous to health,  and it is certainly unfit for butter-  making.  Care ol the Cream  Warm cream should never be, tc.ll.arl  with that which is cold or ilder sinne  this brings about conditions favorable  to the growth of all kinds of bacteria  whioh produce bad flavors. This ran  be avoided easily by providing two  small' oans in addition to tha largo  one for storage. Ons of these should  rocoive the worm cream iliro.it from  the separator and bo immersed in tho  cooling water until the next milking.  when the other small can is put-into  itB plaoe, and the cream in tno lirst  small oan may be poured into tho  main supply in the storage can und  thoroughly mixed by efficient stirring.  Cream or milk should novee be stirred  with anything but a well-tinned or  enamelled long-handled spoon or dipper. No amount of washing tviid. boiling can keep a wooded utilrcr sweet  and olean, and ita -use cannot, be too  Strongly condemned. ,  The cream oan should not 1m closely  covered, for moulds and putrefactive  bacteria, whioh always produce hnd  flavors in the croam, find .in ub.nl condition for their development in llie  dark, moist, closely confined spare  thus provided. If neoessary to .over  the can, this should be done with a  loose-fitting cover. A olean pie-�� of  white muslin or a piece of. wire gause  would be suitable for this purpose.  Whilo the cream' is cooling tho lid  should always bo removed from tlio  can, thus giving the animal o'nu n  chance to escape.  Utensils  All milk pails and other dairy utensils used in handling milk und cream  should be of such construction and  matorial that- they oan easily bo kept  clean. Many are to be found .a use  with open or rough seams oiul join;-.,  so that tho milk can never lie completely removed from them by any ordinary methods of washing, and it ic-  mains there to sour and decay,     in-  ooulating each milking '"'ith millions  of the most undesirable oacteria. The  use of sound utensils, well tinned,, free  from rust, and in a cleanly aindit'ou,  is essential-to good milk. Dented or  battered pails, cans, etc, and seams  that are not ryroper'y flushed with  solder cannot be rapidly cleaned Such  uneven surfaces invite* ooutam.avion  that is readily imparted to the milk  though the latter Is subpctorMo it  only for a very short potW, New  pails and cans may cause un immi'liale improvement in the product.  An essential requirement in any "ten  sil for handling milk In nimpiieiiy, to  which should bo. added durability. Nothing will contribute so much to the  cause of better milk and cream as will  the sanitary milk pail, if properly used and oared for. Tho critical period  in the life of milk is during 'tie time  of milking. Vory few who have not  made careful tests realise to what tt'  tent the wide-open pails invite dirt,  as compared with the one partly covered. These assist very materially in  excluding dirt and diet, and when wc  fully realize that'duet-part'clos are 'he  carriers of infection, the advantages  of excluding them ate obvious. Milking pails should never bo used for aiy  other purpose.  Washing Dairy Utensils.  This is a very important quesiion,  though it involves but a few simple  considerations. Thoy should bo > Inset!  first of all with cold or lukewann  water to remove all particles of milk.  This step should never be o. lit'ud, lu-  hot water tends to cook tbe milk fast  to the tin, forming a sticky layer  over tho surface which is very dilficiill  to remove. They should then be thoroughly scrubbed with a brush in warm  water to which a small quuutily af  good washing-powder, suoh us 'Wyan-  dptte'l or "Croseent Cloanor" hns been  added. The washing should bo followed by a' thorough scnldiug with  water as near tho boiling point hb  possible, alter whioh the - vessels nhnuld  bo inverted on a rack to .ifn'n and  dry from their own heal. II possible  they should be placed where tho sun  will shine on them, ,.s that will lo  muoh toward keeping theu pi re and  sweet. The protection of utonsils ft' ��m  accidental contemplation alter th(-���  have boon thoroughly wusned ami  soalded has a measurable clloct in ry  ducing the germ content o' the milk.  Renew for the Record  At Rae's This Week  you will find positively the best Shoe value ever offered  The rush is on for the special consignment of Boots and Shoes on sale, as- Rae the  Shoe Man buys shoes away below the cost of manufacture. We are in a position  to offer Shoe bargains that are head and shoulders  above any ever before head of.  We are going to crowd another  two business weeks into one  by giving values that are in a class by themselves.  We have just the line of shoes the people have been  looking for and at the right price. If we cannot save  at {least one-quarter on your shoer purchases we don't  deserve the big business we are doing. You will find  a Large Stock of Dry Goods and Summer Wearable* on sale at clearing out prices. Come while the  assortment is large.  d��C Dorothy  �����       Dodd  New Lines... Their very  appearance speaks for  them. We have them  in all sizes. Tan or black  ���������$3.75  Men's box calf Working Boots, worth  Hfor $2.75  Boy's box calf boots, $2.50 and $2.75,  for,    $1.85  Ladies' $3 Oxfords, for Jj \ g5  Ladies' $5 boots, up to size 4-$2.50  Girl's Slippers and Boots in many  styles at big reductions.  Men's $4.50 silk Outing-Shirts, soft  cuffs and separate collars.. $2.25  Men's Cashmere Sox, reg. 35c and  40c pair.    Sale... 25c  i  Men's   Balbriggan   Underwear,   reg.  65c.   Sale 35c  Boy?.' Suits up to size 26, now going  at Half Price  Boys' bathing suit8, while theyjjast  at         40c & 50c  Men's Bathing Suits, reg. $1 and $1.25  Sale       75c  Canvas Gloves, a new lot, at Half  Price (per pair) 7^C  Men's Suits in small sizes up 38-in.  at.  Half Price  Men's good Working Shirts in 17  different patterns and styles, reg.  price $1 75c  Rae, Clearing the Richmond Stock  Emigration It Canada  A well-known American writer, Mr.  J. 0. Cm-wood, has been rniHk'ng a  study ol conditions in the west ol  Canada in relation to the war.  Ho considers that the war may result in nn era ol prosperity to that  oountry which it has never known bo-  tore, not an era ol estate boom .but  ol development and growth that "will  mean practically a new Canada in the  wont. "For Borne time" he says, "Can-  ads, if not really siok, has been on  the eve ol a serious kind ri siokness,  caused by the fact that her town and  oity population and valnes had too  groatly outrun her rural population  and values' ���a statement which may  bo applied witn some, it not equal,  (ores to Australia, where ths growth  ol the city has been far in advance  ol. the rural district, l really to tlio  disadvantage ol tho country as a  whole.  In Mr. Curwood's judgment, tbe  signing ol peace will lead to an immigration movement that will amaze  the world. Altor tne Franco German  war in 1870, 300,000 Germans settled  in three ol the greatest American  States,��� Nebraska, Minnesota and  Iowa, whioh are now Gorman Ameri  can. He thinks that where one Cor  man emigrated then, five are likely to  do so at the,olose ot this war, but  thoy will not go to tho United States,  as there are no (it lands open to  them there. .They, and numbers olv  emigrants ol other European nationalities and ol the United Kingdom,  will make their way to Canada and  South America. We should also say  to Australasia as woll, as to thi  Greater llritain ol the southern seas  there is likely to be a eonsidorublo  movement when poaco is concluded.  In regard to tho ' prospect of    land  values In Canada, Mr. Curwood   says,  'they must inorease,    and from   now  on they 'will inorease througn    steady  growth and development."    He     con-'  aiders   that a great deal o( property  had been oversold and thot     certain'  places had consequently suffered,    but.  ho did not think this over wiling is so '  serious as some people believe,     who'  forgot that   every   oity that over bo '  came a oity hod to pais through    its  period of boom days. I  Strenuous efforts are'being made  throughout the Dominions lo en-'  oo'urage tho production ol uli commodities for which a s,��-eiil domsnd  may be exported. The immediate  prospects appear, therefore, to be  most favorable. The purchasing power of the farmers, ia largely increasing, and the appeal ol tho Dominion  and provincial governments to put  more acreage under oultivilion has  met with a ready response.  W. EASTON  Picture Fr.mer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opposite di. BurUnk Motor Ctisn  ICE  mm  SYNOPSIS 01 COAL MDOSO  BBGHLATIONS  Coal mining rights ol (hs Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tht Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion el  the Provinos oi British Columbia, may  ba leased ior, a term ol iweity-uee  years*at an annual rental ol fl an  acre. Not more than 2,600 acres  will bs leased to one applioant.  Applications ior the leees must be  made by the applicant ia person to  ths Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district  In whieh the rights applied lor are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in unswayed territory the tract applied let  shall be staked out by   ths applioant  Delivered to any part of the  city.   Apply to  H. B. Burtch  Phone 180  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  .    "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 6p.m..  et the residence of S. M. Core, Patterson Ay,  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE,  President  S.M. GORE. Sec.  P.O. Box 382    I  Eaoh application must be i  Denied by a tee ol H whieh will be  rstundsd 11 the rights applied lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty thall be paid on the merchantable output ol tbe mine at the  rate ol live oents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting lor ths lull quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon' II the ooal mining  rights are not being operated,  returns shall be lurnlshsd av  onoe a vear.  The lease will inolude the ooal mia-  lng rights only, but the leaaee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available turlaos rights may be considered neosssary lor the working ol  tht mint at the rate of 110 an acre.  For lull information annlioation  should be mads to the secretary ol  tht Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  ol Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister ol ths Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorised   publication   ol  thit advertisement will not be paid lor.  Antiseptic Bullets  A new bullet that carries in its  ���sickle jacket first-aid kits idled with  narcotics to deaden pa'u, and e ith  antiseptics to heal the wo and it makes  has beon invented by Aletwier Foster Humphrey, ol Pittsbiug.  The new anaesthetic, antiseptic bullet contains both narcotic and anli-  septio drugs. There -irj enough ol the  former so that a wound even in a  vital part will cause little pain or  shock to thed nervous system. And  while the narcotics are bringing relief  to the wounded man the antiseptic  preparations are cleansing the torn tissues and checking the flow ol blood.  The Humphrey bullet is exceedingly  simple in construction. It looks exactly like any bullet at lirst glanoe,  but a closer inspection will reveal two  angular grooves pressed into its nickel  jacket.  The grooves are where tht first-aid  drugs art stored.. Tho ont nearest tho  tip is lor the narootio and tha other  lor the antiseptics.  The drugs are encased in layers oi  gelatine, and when the grooves" en  filled a thin coating ol paraffin it  spread over the top.  ��� Tne paraffin coating is melted by tht  friction oi the bullet n the rilling ol  the projecting weapon, and in itt (light  through the air, so that the drugs ure  ready to begin their work oi hotiliug  as toon as the missile finds its mark.  The small amount ol gelatins whieh  is used to hold the drugs in plaoe is  entirely harmless, and is quickly absorbed by the blood. The anaesthetio  is also absorbed by the system almost  instantly, and in a very short time  produces nearly complete iinensibilit\  to pain. At the same time Ilia antiseptic is checking the hcmorriingo, and  uniting with the blood to soothe end  heal the torn flesh.   ���& ��� ������-  During, a thunder storm* al Gibralter  Sunday a cloud rained millions il tiny  frogs, which had evidently 'wen sucked |up from a lake twenty mile, at. ay.  The ground was swarming with them.  Pf  Buttonholed.  If a merchant could call at the home of every  one of his cuttomert and talk with each for five  minutes, he could materially increaie hia busi-  nets; but figure out the time it would take I  Exactly the lame result may be obtained by an  advertisement in this paper. It will go into the  homes and be read at a very favorable moment,  when the mind .of the customer is not distracted  by other things. Tell your business news in the  advertising columns. . If your announcement*  are truthful and convincing, they will bring  results.  rsieiraMafaraisrsraisisEisrffl  Let us Raise  YOUR Salary  DURING THE YEAR OF 1913  5QQ*|    ICS. Students Voluntarily Reported  ymimm 1    Their Promotion and Salary Increases  As ws benefit many thousands ol slud.nts. estimating with thsse reports as tht basis, I.C.S. trained  men have increased their earning, over  twenty  million dollars the psst year  You can secure your share ol these millions.   You can gst a  bettor position snd a biggar incoms ii you will quality ss an ex-  Sort in soms occupation.   Ths International Corresfwndsace  chools srs a nine-million-dollar institution whose sole businste  is to teach workers snd snsble them to  Secure Promotion and to Raise Their Salaries  International Correspondence Schools, Ben 828-S,  Scranton, Pa.  Civil Engineer Stationary Engineer  Poultry Farming  Agriculture  Concrete Conetruction  Electric*! Engineer  Electric Railwmya  Electric Lighting  Please eiplain, without further obligation te me, kc  the position, trade, or profeedon, beiore which I  Salesmanship  Higher Accounting  Railroad Accounting  Stenographer  Advertising Man  3how Card Writing  Window Trimming  Illustrating  Civil Service Exams.  Commercial Law  Good Engliah for  Everyone  I  iglish Branches  eechtsT  ( hemist  Motor hat Running  Textile Manufacturing  Automobile Running  German        French  Spanish      Italian  Nam* ���   Street and No.    City    Pro��. ���  Occupation.  Employer...  lYwftlftfciWft&ltn.W'���-���- r If    V   ���' ^j-p  PAGE FOUR  KBtOWNA   RECORD  THUfiSDAY, JUNE Hi, 1915  Tke Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (locorpor.ted 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Bleclt.mithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oat. cru.hed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, Ate, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.   Phone 2202; P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  City Offioe: 9 to 12;  1.30 to 5 throughout the week.  Ranch Office: 9 to 12;  I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 580  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  0.K LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock of  local  and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made of Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, otc.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harneumaker  W1S!oWNAET Next door to 25c Stored Phone  -  347  "MADE IN CANADA"  Ford Touring Car  Price $590  Your neighbor drives a Ford���why don't  you? We are selling more' Fords in  Canada this year than ever before���  because Canadians demand the best in  motor car service at the lowest possible  cost. The " Made in Canada " Ford is  a necessity���not a luxury.  Runabout $540; Town Car price on application.  All Ford car. are fully equipped., including  electric headlight.. No ears .old unequipped.  Buyers of Ford cara will .hare in our profit, if  we .ell 30,000 car. between Auguat I, 1914,  and Auguat I, 1915.  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA, B.C.  J'cnl  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. W. Scott left Monday morning  for a visit to the prairie,  # # �����  Mrs. Curts waa a pafldenger Tueaday i  to Hammond, H. C, where she in to  pay a visit to friends. 0  # #   *  Mr. B. V. Potch, of Begin*, Sank.,  is on a visit this week to Mr.    (Seo.  McKenzie.  * ��   *   *  Mr. A. Venn'blcs has roturned to Calgary after throe week's visit to hia  old Ftohool friend Mr. Thrusaell.  I  are of the Penticton Fruit Growers'  Union, und ia tho outcome of the fail  urc to obtain the assistance of llie  Okanngan United QrowftCa in operating  the cannery.  ��   ��   ��  Tho looal lodge of Rebokahs nrcholil  ing a picnic on tho first of duly   and j  cordially invite    tho Oddfellows     and j  their wives to join them.    All desirous  of joining the party are roquoatcd   to  moot in tho lodge room nt 1.30 p.m.  sharp.  *   *   ��  The pro-cooling plant at Summer-  land is not likely to bo operated by  tho govornment this season. The fruit  union are willing to run tho plant  this season, but have not yot hoisti  able to got what thoy consider sat*  {���factory terms from tho go'-ern-  mont.  w       *       ��  C.P.R. Agent Swcrdfagor is leaving  this weok ond for a holiday jaunt into southern California, lie ia company with Mrs, Swordfager uWd fumih  who will join him at tho coast, will  visit the San Francisco exhibition and  call at many of tho most interesting  points on the Pacific ooast,  # #   #  A change takes place this week in  tho management of tho Bank of Commerce, Mr. H. O. Pangman having  boon transferred to tho North Vancouver branch. Actually an exchange of  managers between the two places has  taken place. Mr. .1, A, Forstor, formerly of North Vancouver lias now  taken charge here. Mr. and Mr^. Forstor arrived Monday. Mr. Pangman,  who loft this morning for the coaBt,  has beon with tho Kelowna branch  ovor smoo its establishment bore about  four yours ago, and besides working up  a good business, has mado many  friends. For tho lust two or three  years he has taken a prominent pari  in the work of tho Board of Trade.  * #   #  An important land transfer ia to  take place shortly as we understand  that Mr, Fred Lewis, a well-known  farmer on tho Vernon Koad haa mado  arrangement** for the purcnaso of the  fine property known as the Lefevre estate, held in trust for the family of  tho late Alphonsc Lefevre. The prop*  erty consists of 1 111 acres of somo of  tho finest land in the Kelowna distriot. It is amongst the last ot tho  old original pre-emptions of the district remaining un subdivided. Originally it was known as the Bouohero  stook ranoh, Bouchoro being the original settler, and its rich pastures has  been tho grazing grounds for hundreds  of head of cattle for which tho valley was once famous. On tho north  tho ranch is bounded by Mill Creek,  whloh sweeps through a beautiful belt  of timber around the foot of Dilworth  Mountain. Through it passes thc  right of way of the projected C.N.R.,  lino from KamlcMps to Kolowna. Mr.  Lewis is leaving this weok for his old  home in Ontario on a business visit  in connection with the transaction.  The local Masonic Lodge will attend service Sunday morning at the  Presbyterian church. The Kev, A.  Dunn will preach.  ���   *   #  Summerland   peopSi   nro   talking of  orgnni/ing a joint movement for tho  purpose of securing a Sunday     boat  R. F. Bonven, government re-'jount  commissioner, is to lie (j I nvn Icly  Ist for the purpose nf puruhising a  further supply of horses.  Mr. .1. W. Nutt, representing tho  Allan lino of steamships was in town  this week. He is making a tour of inspection of tho various agencies of the  company.  * ��   ��  The local creamery haa this we6k  undertaken the supply for :i considerable quantity of milk and jroam to  Vornon for the supplying of the military camps thero.  * *    *  D. flellatly, who is perhaps the largest independent shipper of vegetables  in tho Okanngan expects to have a  greatly increased output this jenr  amounting to about 150 cars of pro  duce.  * *   *  Tho Kelowna Steam Laundry has  this week secured an important contract with the military camp at Vor  non. Tho contract will inolude the  laundry work for about 1100 men of  the new 54th regiment in training  thero, and will probably mean an addition to Kelowna's payroll of over  81.IHKI per month.  ��   *   ��  A now freight tariff covering rates  between Vancouver and points of the  K.V.K., was issued a few days ago.  Thero is not a very marked roducvion  in any of tho class rates for less than  car lots, as compared with '' P.it. rail  and -lake raeos between Vancouvor and  south Okanagan points. The largest  out is on oarlots of lumber and cattle  these being reduced by about one-  eighth.  * #   e  A party of local anglers betook  themselves to the hills last week end  and wandered out over the Belgo property to Mission Creek. Here they  carefully prepared their lines and set  out wading up stream when suddenly  a large bear appeared on tho bank  opposite one ��� of the fishermen and  proceeded to enter into the oreek, also  in search of food. The " angler, we  will call him "Porcy" immediately  evacuated his position in favor of the  new comer. This did not satisfy Mr,  Bruin, who followed the retreating  angler for some distance, Percy making tho dust fly so that bruin soon  gave up tho chase. '^Peroy" arrived  amang the reBt of the party "all in'  and related hie story, muoh to the delight of all. Another of the ptvtv saw  the samo animal and declared it was  a ground hog.  1  : llll  *\^fgj#  '"SslHI,  A.   ������                              "m\.-  M  '^Ha^aaa  0|t  41% ��� ,jWs^>aMtf.4ia,    ' \fvjl  [^i>ft��%,*.��  SvnP  \...       J  HS      ' ^ ...       l.-. 0                          Bia'aaH  11111!  DaBBBBaf       1      '      ^mmmmWliTa.*^tm  Tu. g 'J����'IT''SH      mm\Wr.I 'mm  llfpHRt&i     i  PPJ  BELGIAN WOMEN ffflEMMI SOLDIERS ON THE FIRING LINE  Thaw wdmen have greatly cuicored the soldiers by bringing them many  dainties thoy otherwise would not have secured. In ranching tho treniibeB  the   women frequently   have okuomJ themselves to tho enemy's fire.  Hay Time will be  Early This Year  Look over vour equipment now, and  be ready with a reliable outfit when  the rush comet.   We are agents (or   '  and  have in dock, the following  Haymaking  Machinery  McCormick Mowers, 4J and 5-foot cut  Deering Mowers, 4j and 5-foot cut  McCormick and Deering Rakes,  . 8-ft, 9-ft. and ,0-ft. '  Hay Tedders in the different sizes  Call in and look around,- and if you  deaire to purchate we feel ture that  we can please you  W. R. GLENN & SON  Phone 150  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave.  Kelowna  ����eceoeoecricece��fi  Crockery, China & Glassware  Direct from the potteriet of England to you  White & Gold China Cups and Saucers      - $2.10 doz.  Blue-band & Gold China Cups and Saucers ��� $3.50 doz-  Willow Pattern        ��� ��� ��� - $3.25 doz.  The regular priea of these is $4.50 per doi.  Tea Sett and Dinner Sett made up to tuit cuttomer from  open ttock patterns.  The largest ttock of Crockery in Kelowna told at a minimum  profit.   In many lints our prices art lower than mall order houset.  A. E. COX  Water Street  Situated within on* hall mile of town, and boiaf  about loo feet abovo lho lake, it commands a beautiful view of th* town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  ' Then is only on* GLENMORE. Don't miss th* op-  portunlty of xleotinf a f*w oer*. of this d.ur.bl.  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KILOWNA, i.C.  Grates are extra durable. Goal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  W-Cbiyfti  Kootenay  itdtidii wiU ta^e extra *ar-^e p**ces ��'  at VS'^Jm    wood���just remove back end  Uning. Ask tiie McClary dealer tp show ypii.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd. HMMHPHI  THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 19.1S  ��������� PROFESSIONAL AND   **  ���*      BUSINESS CARDS     **  BURNES TEMPLE  Solicitor!,        ���   ' '  Notaries Public,  - "Gonveyancera, etc.  KELOWNA,  ���      : ::       *,   B.C.  R. B. KERR  - Banister  and Solicitor,        .  Notary Public.  'KELOWNA, :: B.C  -E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and   -  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willie's Woch   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member of Ml. B.C. Society ot Architects  Architect  Kelowns, B.C.  P.G. Boi, 509  C. Horsey, B.A, Sc, C.E.. D.L.S., B.Cl^S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY.,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. '   P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE'  'MR. HAROLD TOD  BOYD  has resumed his.leaching olasses and will  leeeive pupils aa beiore in hit studio-  Trench Block. Kelowna.    .  P.O. boa 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  ..aRITiSH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. C.n. Soc. CE.  Consulting C)oll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveys end Reports on Irrigation Works  Application, lor Water licenses  KELOWNA, B.C  H.C.ttOV-'LEY     ��� F.REYNOLDS  A.M. Inst. CE.. A.M. Can. Soc. C.E.        B.C.LS..  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Clell Engineers' and Land Suroetiors  wWrSmsply. Imaation. Subdivisions. 4c  3, Crowley Block  ,^P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  Dr.}, W. Nelson Shepherd  dbntist'  P.O. Box lit Those IS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS     '  CONTRACTOR tt BUILDER;  Plant and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Retidencet  JOHN CURTS.       * KELOWNA  PHOrJfe No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S,  VETERINARY SURGEON     -  (Crsdusr. McCill Univenity)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Massages may be led tt the office ol  Messrs. Rattenbury at Williama  I  t   Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Fratak Knapton  Bernard Avenue  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaher.  All kinds of Repairs  /  BERNARD AVENUE,-  KELOWNA.  Botanical Notes      Pennant in Schools teajjoe  Special interest attaches to the lirst  named .plant ol this week'* list. It was  a favorite with Linnaeus, i,Vw father oi  the modern, system in classification ol  plunts and animals; and il was with  his sanction named after Mm.  61. Twin-flower, Linnaea borealis.  The sole one. of the genus, whioh be^  loogs to the'Honeysuckle family. A  small opposite-leaved trailing plant, in  cool woods of the northern hemisphere  and very common in B. C. It may  be found oh.'the Pentland bills near  Edinburgh, Scotland, but-its British  lo cations are rare. The little I'iuk  bell'shnped (lowers, less* than* hall, nn  Inch long, are in pairs; stamens four,  two being long and two short. The  fragrance scents the air.  Replying to a question on type and  variation, a note from the botanical  office tells that "we have in, B, C.  typical I., bbrealis with the apex ri  thn leaves almost perfectly ro inoed , .  We also have the long-flowered variety  with a corolla 1} or '.mn the t>'�� ol  the typical form, and having as a rule  a more or less acuta apex lo the  leaves. Up to the present we have referred to, this variety as longillora."  02. Geranium viscosiBsimum grows  about two feet high in masses up the  Mission Greek. Flower, eolor. rose  purple, an inch aerbss.  63. Brist.y Butter-cup, (Ranunculus  ponnsylvanicuB). Leaves 3-divided; divisions 3-cklt. Petal's equal, tho re-  floJsed petals, or shorter. Stoma wry  hairy.  oi. An Alum-root, Heuohera i.yiind-  rioa ovalis. Saxifrage family. Cream  colored Cylindrical spike about it loot  high.. Leaves cordate-ovate, slightly  5-Iobed, and doubly toothed. .Location  shaded cliffs or dry woods.  65. Virginian Sarsaparilla, (Aralia  -nudioaulis). Ginseng family. The  short woody stalk bears a single long-y  stalked leal, about a foot Vigh, and  a shorter naked scape with 2 to 7  umbels. GreeniBh flower, parts in  fives (May) green seed vessels (.June),  turning black. The oval leaflets '.< to  4 inohes long, 5 on each of tha threo  divisions or tho Sth (lop) Icillet absent.    Mission Greek.  66. Salsify of Purple Goat's-Beard,  (Tyagopogon porrifolius). Cbjpoty family. Ib grown as a vegetable, but often found wild as on the northern  flats of Kelowna townsite. .1 '..i ow  3 feet high. Linear lanceolate leu-.'es.  Differs from the yellow Goat's "ward in  the' violet color of the rays and iu  their being shorter than-the rn'.iing  involucre. The flower closes at midday. "Nap-at-noon. '���     .    .  A botanical office leaflet ol '71 p��(,os  recently issued cn ihe Collect ion and  Preservation of Plauis, ,'vy ,1. David-  son, F.L.S., provincial bntni.lal, gives  many valuable hints. * .  For students' popular handbooks of  our Flora we have as yet to depend  on Amorican authors. Piper's "Flora  of Washington" being mentioned, and  Clements and Clements'. "Rocky Mountain Flowers", .(the latter published  by the H. W. Wilson Co., White Plains  New York City, nt three dollars).  The following information, abbrovjnt  ��il, was kindly supplied by the Botuni-  oaj office in reply to queries.  The great work, the Index Kowensis,  whioh had been suggest id by ''hnrliM  Darwin, was begun in loWi aril much  lessened the confusion rs n'Uing Irom  botanists of different countries naming  a plant by different names. Milch ��>.s  a great difficulty, though all alike  accepted Linnaeus' binomial system of  mimes. Supplements to this Kew  Indox are added every five years.  An international conference of botanists was hold at Vienna, MOO, and a  congress in 1005, - when tho International rules ol Bqlanioal nomenclature  were drawn up, and additions wero  made in 1610, at Brussels. This year's  congress, tho third, duo in London,  had to be postponed on amount ol the  war.  The American botanists unfortunately did nit accept the Vienna rules.  .Gray's ' Manual of Botany, written  without roferenoo to the American  rules (known as tho Rochester Code),  by two professors of Harvard University is fairly reliable as far ns tho'  names of B. C. plants contained in it  are concerned. It is hoped that within live or ten years tho Americans -vill  fall in with the rules adopted by scientist* of all other parts ol tha world.  "No one but a professional botiwist  can realize tho enormous amount ol  work to bo dono and the enormous  number ol difficulties to be overtime  before the botany of fl. Ol, Ib lilted  out of its ohaotio condition."  "The Ottawa catalogue ol plants  does not necessarily supply '.ho correct names; many ol them arc right,  and .many are nut .of date. Thc rota  logue is valuable 'n-as-much as it supplies us with the state ol botanical  knowledge at the time it was written."  For customs purposes l.'entlaton  been mado an outport of the Port  Greenwood.  has  oi  Owing to the game under protest  from the beginning of the season-between Rutland and Ellison being jiluy-  ed off on Saturday last and being won  by. the latter" three teams are now tie  in tbe pennant raoe'with, 8 wins and  4 losses.  The game on Saturday, for the first  five innings was as good ball as has  been played on the local grounds Ibis  yoar and was very olose. After the  fifth inning, howevor Rutland began  to slip book, and-whilo Pearee was  hit rather) I eely poor fielding was res-,  ponsrble lor a good share of the  runs scored against him. *  The final score was 14 to 7 in favor  qf Ellison. The game was played ofi  according to the advice of Mr. .lames  Hewitt, sporting editor of tbe Vancouver Province, to whom Mr. lrenoh referred the matter for a decision.  Following is Mr. Hewitt's reply:  W. R. Trenoh, Esq.,  Kelowna,' B.C. ��� ������  Dear Sir.���According to all baseball  rules "drawn" gamjs must be pliyed  off before the end of the season, if  they affect the championship.  In this instance the season appears  tb be "completed, but in my opinion  the game should be played. It might  be mentioned in this connect/ion -that  amateur leagues are conducted slightly different to professional organizations, whose season ends when 'the  schedule is completed, and it is usual  for the amateur clubs to play off ties  after' the regular schedule if they affect the leading teams.  Hoping that this will bo satisfactory  1. remain, yours sincerely, "-  JAMES T. HEWITT.  Sporting Editor I'rjy'nco  The standing ol the clubs at present  is at follows:  Rutland 12     8'      I-.666  Ellison 12     8       4-.W6B  High School 12      8       4-.6B6  Public School .... 12   ��� fl      12-.00I)  -The executive met early this week to  arrange for the tie to be played off  and aftor tho names were drawn Die  following schedule resulted:  '.lune 26.���High School vs Rutb.iid.  July 3.���Ellison vs. High School.  July 10.-Rutland vs. Ellison..  All games will- be playod in' the oity.  ���^ ^-0   Free Matinee for the  ' The following is a copy of a letter  sent to Principal Rogers ol the,High  School and Principal Richardson, of  the Publio School:       ' \  Dear Sirs,���Will you kindly have it  announoed to all teachers and' pupils  ol tbe school that I have much pleasure in inviting all to a matinee moving pioture program to be given in  the Opera House on Friday, June 1*5,  at 3 p.m., in celebration ol .he ba  ginning of the holidays. All seats  are free at this performanao and it  will afford me the greatest pi'en'.uro if  you*r boys and girls will help lo pick  the Opera House on this orriuiin. 1  oan assure you an excellent program  ol good pictures.  Yours very truly,  "    ROBERT DUNCAN.           O-^   a  BILLY SUNDAY'S STYLE  / ' '   In a recent sermon Billy Sunday, the  American evangelist, took up the  story ol David and' Goliath. Hero is  an extract from the verbatim report:  "Who's that big stiff doing nil the  talking?" asked David of his brothers  one day.    ,  *Oli, he thinks ho's the whole thing;  he docs that stunt evory day," was  the reply,  "Say," said David, "you mutts make  me sick. Why don't you go out aud  ���oak the.guy? Don't let him get away  with tho dough." So Saul suid tn  Davids. "You'd batter take my armor  and sword." David put them on but  he felt like a fallow with a hand-mo-  down suit about (qui- time I uo big for  him, so he shook them off rind went  down to the brook and pic. id up half  a dozen stones. He put one ol them in  his sling and soaked Goliath between  tho lamps., Then he took his sword  and chopped his "block off.���Edmonton  Journal.  Germany's reply to the American  note will be ready about July 1, and  will be of a conciliatory *natute.  The assertion lis made, by-newspapers  of Rome that the Italian army now  occupied 10,000 square kilometres (a  kilometre is about two-thirds of a  mile) "un-rodeomed" territory, or moro  than twice as much' aa Austria offered  Italy for remaining neutral.  MO ALUM  Weeds on Vacant Lots  What undoubtedly const'titles a men;  ace to those larmeri who i,re ranking  an honest effort to keep their lnrms  clean is the crop ol weals fouud growing on vaoant lota and rjiJeidee i.i  and around our loivat anl cities.  These vaoant lots are olten nothing  more nor loss than nurseries and breed  ing places lor all kind i ot weeds. This  is especially true ol towns whero large  areas adjoining have bem s.ibjoot to  .wildcat subdivisioning and have had  roadways . ploughed, forming lodging  places for weeds, which are allowed to  grow 'unmolested! These product  countless number's of Roods, to be'scattered by the winds over the farms. So  far,, bulletins, articles and advice |<r-  tnining to weed control have been directed at the larmer. . A glanoe at the  conditions' found in most of our cities  and towns will prove convincing -that  the farmer is not entirely to blame in  tho' matter of weed seed production  and distribution.  In the west the weed inspectors are  being trained and instructed. along  linos that will enable them Ho assist  the farmer in weed control, while at  tho same time provision by law is  made to prevent any farmer from allowing his farm to become a breeding  place for, weeds and a menace to bis  neighbors. In roost towns there are  bylaws cuv-iM- the weed iiroWim but  too pltcn they ore" not enforced. I hoso  living in towns and oities should cooperate and do their bit in the war  against weeds. This is an important  matter, and should receive 'strict attention by every town council. Aotion  should be taken at onae and not deferred until the woods ripen and scatter their 'soeds.���F.C.N.'  :    BUY IY NOWI. _  Say. ' '  Do you remember when-you were a kid,  How they Used tb tell-you  About throwing a pebble into a J "Ud  And how it made a ripple  That went on, and on, and on  Until it reached the distant shore.  Or something like that?  And when we got big enough  You went to Che mimtr il show  And saw the. end man  And'the middle man  Show how'a quarter ot-a dollar  Paid off ten dollars' worth of debts  In about five minutes.  By passing Irom Tambo to Bones,  And from Bones lo Hastus,  And from. Uastus to hphraim.  And from Ephraim to l.ijah,  And so on around tho hall elide'  And thenm when you wore sent up  To College, '  Tho high-brow Professor  Tried to e.uplain the same thing?  You remember?  Well,      ,  This is no .talk on Political IVonomy  Or anything like that;  lt't just a gentle hint  To the effect that Right Now  Is a good time for you  To start a little ripple of y.iur own,  A good time  To stort. your dollars  Moving around' the cirolo.  PAY OFF YOUR DEBTS.  BUY WHAT YOU NEED,  And buy It now.  Get things started.  Put money in circulation.  That's good sense;  -       .     .  Aid patriotism,   -  And good business.  Every ripple in the poud,  No matter how ��ma}\  Ilelps break tha -'.hi nation.  Get busy  And make H splash.  "Buy it. now."  And get your, money back.  ,     ���Topek'a Duly Capital.  -��'-  Sohool teacher.��� What little buy  can tell me where is the homo of thn  ���wallow?  Bobby.���I kell, please.  Teacher.���Well, Bobby.  Bobby.���Tht home ol the swallow  is. in Use stummick.  saasaassasaaam  ^\iaryaV  5  4  ���'J  .���  for the  Business Men  WE have devoted  a considerable  amount of both time and  space in trying to convince the general public  of the unprofitable plan  of buying their supplies  from mail order houses/  and thus sending money  OUT of their own town  and receiving no more,  than the/could get for  it at home. The same  principle applies to the  business man in the matter of Printing. There  are some who have not  considered this. They  get their Printing orders  executed by outside offi-*  ces, and yet expect the  people of their home  town to quit the mail  order houses and deal  with them.  ':;  We have every facility for doing all kinds of  Commercial and High-  Class Printing, and by  giving us your orders  you will not only boost  your own town but directly help your own business by keeping money  circulating at-home.  i  ^,^mmmm^mta%m.m^  i'..^Ll'B.:A-w.��� .... ae  a��"ji ���ii"  page set.  KBLOWNA   RECORD  -^DBSDAY, JIINE 94, ,1918.  >jLtJL*3Li  ���*.vSS-**  .^T^ ����*r  Parasites.  The man who makes his living in a community  by selling his services or his merchandize to the  people of that community, and sends his money  away to a mail order house, is a parasite. He is a  blood sucker that takes everything and gives  nothing.  That is a very straightforward statement of the  case, but it expresses a plain fact. Our neighbors  who help support our churches and schools, are  entitled to our patronage in anything like equal  terms, and a perusal of th: advertising columns of  this paper will prove conclusively that it is not  necessary to send elsewhere for any staple commodity.  m  pmiiiniiimri  at'Ci.* tv�����������.  JHHeVJ  1 Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnesimaker  Next door to 25c Store Phone   -   347  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  Midsummer Sale  20 per cent. REDUCTION on  -   Carpets  -Linoleum  -4-ft. and 4-ft. 6-in.  combination Felt and  excelsior mattresses  Deck Chairs  SAMPLE PRICES  Reduced from $1.10 to  20 per cent. do.  25 per cent. do.  20 per cent. do.  inlaid Linoleum     -  Nairn's Printed X quality ��� ���       75c to  Nairn's No. 2 quality      - ��� '���������'.    65c to  Nairn's No. 3 quality     - ��� ���      60c to  Mattresses    - ���    $625 to$475  Folding Deck Chairs     ��� ��� ���   $1.75 to $1.40  ���Carpet Prices must be seen to be appreciated  Gash most accompany orders at reduced prices  Kelowna Furniture Co.  66c  60c  52c  46c  Britain Orders Big  Aeroplanes in Canada  Britain is developing a , larger and  more powerful aeroplane for offensive'  aervioe. Glenn H. CurtiaB, the American aviator, has been-commissioned tn  produce the machines, landing biplanes  of 360 horse power, in course ol const ruction at the new' factory reAmi'v  built by CurtiBa in Toiouto.  1'he giant aeroplane ia oxf joted to  havo a spread ol nearly oaw ljHndrcri  feet. Its power will be supplied by  two engines of .180 horsepower.  These will add about -ISO. 1 * 101  pounds weight, but thi* will ;>e More  than mado up by drooping the\hoavy  boat nnd substituting a Untli'i^'clm:  sis. It is estimaUl 'lat, the mv.  craft will weigh n't. least 70') potin -h  more than the Ame.iW. -'��� b I'.ff,  it is understood recently ascended  (VK-0 feet in 35 minutes with a load  of 1200 pounds.  [ WANTED! 1  FOB SALE  HAY FOR SALE.-Cloyer anl aliaHe  delivered. Prioe on nppliqntion '<��  Box 195, Kelowna. ' 9U,  INCUBATOR FOR SAIJB.-Oue Peta  lnma Incubator, ISO egg. Apply A.  J5. Cox, second band atore,'      , 19tf  Overall Factory Blown  lip in Ontario  The overall factory of the Pttfrbody  Company Limited in tyilkerville, a,  suburb of Windsor, wan partially  wrecked by the explosion of a bomb  early Monday. Tho company iu said  to havo just completed an order of  115,000 British uniforms. After the  explosion in the overall factory, 27  Bticks of dynamite attached to a time  fuse which had been mot for 5.15 a.m.,  wero found under tho armory at Wind  cor, but the fuse had burned our. It  is said that 300 men slept in tho armory Sunday night.  Horace B. Feabody, head ojf the overall company expressed the belief that  the bomb had been placed by (iarmnn  sympathizers from Dertoit. l'oiiuc nn I  military authorities aro working together on tho caso. Tho proporty lona  was estimated at between 35000 anJ  ^10,000.   A��� '    '  The Canadian Pacific Railway haB  lowered the freight* rate on apples  from Okanagan points to Vancouver  from 40 to 30 cents per. 100 pounds  in carload lots.  Don't ax do good Laud tor * send  Prosperity. Let-Him see you wid yo*  coat off an' yo' sleeves rolled high,  tryin' ter pitch Hard Times over de  fence, an* Prosperity will be settin1  at yo' br'akfas' tablio nox' mawmV  an' you needn't wonder how he got  dar!.���Atlanta Conttitution.  Last Saturday's issue of the "Province" contained a long and interesting letter from Private P. T. Orchard,  at one timo salesman with the T.  Malkin Co., wholesale grocers, and  consequently well-known to many looal merchants. Private Orchard is  also nephew to Mr. P. B. Snashall of  Kelowna. In his letter to a friend he  throws many interesting sidelights upon the life which' is being lived 'by the  Canadian boys who made up the expeditionary foroe.  A manifesto is being circulated wide  ly among tho working classes by the  German Socialist party in Germany Id  which Austria is accused of having  caused the war. The manifesto complains of the. ignorance in which German and Austrian people are ko^l,  and denounces the German war party,  imperialism and secret diplomacy an  the arch enemies of tho German people  It is asserted that in March neaoo was  possible, but tho greed of the imperial  ists refused it. * '  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  ���  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppo.it. tk. Burbank Motor Carat.  NOTICE ���  All aoeounts, and all profeuional to-  counts, owing to the undersigned, are  to be paid to Hr. H. G. M. Wilson,,  who Is empowered to oollect, and to  give receipts (or same.  JAMES OARVIE McNAUGUTON  O.M.,M.R.C.,��.D.  HAY. bn!ed or loose, delivered in Kelow.  nn, $15 por ton. Thoa. Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22t(  FOR SALI5.��� Registered Jersey bull  rising three years. Terms. Apply T'  0. Box 158, Kelowna. 35tf  I'll It SAJ.fe.���The prettiest home in  Kelowna will be sold very oheap nnd  on easy terms. Apply Box "E** Record. ; . MM.  I'ult SALE.���Dost Italian lieen.  llox "G" Record.  Apply  :io-iP  LOST  LOST.���A gohl broooh, with diamond  in centre, surrounded by pearls  Wednesday, June 16th, on Main  Htroet. Reward offered lor -return te  Record "office. **  MISCELLANEOUS  MEN SUPPLIED lor odd j. ba. Aiy  one wanting a man (or temporary  work or odd jobs Biuuld 'phrnt to  4302. *  EXCHANGE-We have inquiries (rom  Vancouver and Prairie Provincea for  (ruit land. 1( you wiah to aell or exchange your property we shall be pleased to receive particulars. Bulman ct  Cross, Willits Block.   Phone 306     22tl  WANTED.��� Second hand buggy, good,,  must be cheap (or cash. Apply P.O.  Box 24. 28-30p  8TKAYI5D.- Prom F. P. R Wollns-  ton's runch, Mny liHh, heavy sorrel  mare, white lace, mane clipped ovor  oars and under collar. Reward for  return to ranoh. %  .   30 Ip  WANTED.- Cabin trunk.   For particulars Apply P.O. Box 639. 31  FOR EXCHANGE. - A town lot on  Fuller avenue, for. a team of horsed,  wagon and harness. Apply Box. ''W"  .Record office. x .  Piano Tuning Intimation  Mr. R. McGeorge, expert Piano  Tuner end Regulator (or Mason &  Risch, Ltd., intends being - in Kelowna and District during the next  two weeks.  Parties requiring his services for  Tuning, &c, will kindly leave their  orders with Crawford & Co., Stationers, Bernard Avenue.  SPIRELLA COSSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr  Mathie'a (over tailor shop, Pondoz  street between the hours >t 2.30 and  6.30 p.m. Saturday o(each rv>ek to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets*. P. 0,  Box 626, Kelowna. MM.  Auction Sale  Saturday, June 26th  at 2 o'clock p.m.  The Property of SID PYMAN, Black  Mountain, removed to town for convenience of sale will be sold without reserve  en account of his leaving for the Iron*.  1 disc harrow, 1 Frost & Wood mow.  er (3 knives); 1 10-inoh Oooks'iutt  plow, nearly new; 1 pair new work  harness; 1 pair logging harness; I Cart;  1 double barrel Hammerless shot gun  (12 gauge) S. tt S. make, oost <150,  with leather oass; 2 yearling draft fillies; 1 yearling droit gelding; 1 sorrel  gelding 7 years- old; 1 thoroughbred  mar^, due July 96; 1 thoroughbred filly; 1 draft mare, 1800 pounds; 1 dralt  mare 1600 poinds; 1 buckskin gelding  7 years old, 1000 pounds; 1 sorrel  gelding, 7 years old, 900 pounds; 1  sorrel mare, 6 years old, good saddler,  Also the cut of 40, acres Hay. all  under irrigation, on Black Mountain Ranch.   Special terms on hay.  At the Lakeview Livery  there will also be sold on above date  4 yearling Draft Colts, 4 Mares, with  Suffolk Punch Foals, 3 Mares, bred  to S. P., 4 3-year-old. Fillies, 4 2-  year-old Geldings, I imported  Suffolk Punch Stallion.  TERMS CASH  J. C. STOCKWELL  Auctioneer  29.0.  MSI  Buy them now for canning and preserving. Would you like to have some  Strawberry Short Cake in the middle  of winter, so nice that your guests  would think they were eating freshly-  picked Strawberries? Here is a recipe  for putting aWay Raw Strawberries;  RECIPE���Put your cleaned straw- ���  berries in a kettle and mash with a  potato pounder until there are no solid  piecea left. Add an equal amount of  ���ugar (cup for cut or poundjor pound)  and let stand for 24 hours or longer  until the sugar is thoroughly dissolved,  giving frequent good stirrings.  Fill' into screw top jars which have  been previously sterilized and cojled,  and dip your rubbers into hot water  before sealing the jars.  Try some strawberries this way  and you will not be disappointed.  Kelowna Creamery Butter  40c per pound; every pound guaranteed  This product of our baby industry is. one of which we are justly  proud.   If you will looktthrough the dairy in which this butter  is made you will see that cleanliness is a predominating feature.  The butter is never touched with the hands  " Kelowna Creamery Butter ia Good Butter"  The McKenzie Go., Ltd.  Phone 214 Our motto: "Quality and Service"  'Kelowna Record" Office  The place to take the job you want 'Printed Nicely'  Jerman Hunt, Ltd.  Phone 361  Kelowna  Sample Waists at 33  and one-third per cent,  off to celebrate Do*  minion Day  The last three daya of this month,  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 28th to 30th, will be  'devoted to a special Sale of  Waists which include Muslins,  Voiles, Organdies, Silks tt Crepe  de Chenes, at pricet ranging  from $1.95 to $8.50 each, for'..'...  $1.30 to $5.75  Fine Values in  Ladies'  and Children's Hose  For pretent wear the nicest  hose it either Cotton Lisle  or Silk. We have these  of exceptional value.  pvpair  Black Cotton Hoes, all sins /5C  Children's Ribbed Hoae, faat  �����*��� < ��� 15c  Ladiss'Silk Ankle Hose 50c  White SilkHoaa, pureailk../.50  On our Bargain Counter this week  Waists tot morning snd camp wear,    Mads in light ami dark prints...50c  Rough Brown Turkish Towels t^t^anlToc ptr  While Marcella Quilts of special value $1.25 each  iM


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