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 KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA^ THURSDAY, DEC. 5. 1912.  [eeting of  City Council  ik ��� Raises Financial   Difficulties - Sewerage Wot';  May Be Delayed  Royal Hotel corner, the cily to pay pointed :o constitute a court."  ���M.J0 fW Annum.  ���ij'exlra meeting of the council  i held last Thursday morning  i IK full-attendance.  S first business was the read-  the declaration of the re-  ing officer. G. H. Dunn, res  ling the polling on the sewer-  money by-laws, 119 and 120.  | two by-laws, having received  iissent of the ratepayers, were  [liilly reconsidered   and   finally  Id. Copeland reported having  scted considerable data upon  -.oat of the proposed drain on  ane south of Bernard avenue,  [ayor Jones said he had oeen  ed by Messrs.   Canavan   and  I hell thai eight inch pipe would  eeded.  I payment for lhe work under  ;���ocnl Improvement By-law was  jussed. Aid. Sutherland pointful that the by-law would need  Inding before   thia   could   be  the additional cost of the cable.  Mayor Jone suggested the company might be able to make ar  rangements with the Domiuioi.  Government to  run its wires on  the present government pole line  through the park. Aid. Millie,  however, as Ihe local telegraph  agent, said he had received instructions from the district superintendent that this would not be allowed  It was decided that in the event  of the company failing to make  arrangements with the government  the cable must go under ground if  it crossed the park.  Mr. G. Rowcliffe's subdivision  plan of Lot 9, block 10, and a subdivision of Block 25, mip 202. pre-  sented by H. Hillard, were passed.  The mayor  and   the   citv clerk  were  authorized   to   execute  agreement  between (he  cily  ond  Mr. A. McLenna,, for the exchange  of pumping site.  The council then adjourned un-J  til Monday.  e financial aspect of the sew-  i undertaking was next con-  led.   The funds for the  work  being advanced by the Bank  lontreal, pending the sale of  entures, but Aid. Taylor reed that lhe local manager had  ed instructions from the  e's inspector to the effect that  city must close down all work  i the sewerage except that nec-  to protect the present work  er construction.  bis was received with great in-  taiion by the members  of  the  icil, several of whom were   in  ot approaching olher   banks  i event of the Bank of  Montis refusing to make further loans  |ie city,  he   announcement,   however,  created a serious problem  th had to be met at once, and  [Worship asked if the finance  :f.,ittce had any recommends-  s to make.  Id. Taylor said there wae noth-  for it but to stop construction  lhe present until arrangements  Id be made to secure furthei  Us.    He said that Mr. DuMoulin  in communication with the  k's head office in the matter,  did not hold out much hope  ie inspector's instructions being  jinded.  i the meantime the finance com-  tee were instructed to take such  s as they might deem   best  iu  utercsts of the city,  ilayor Jones   brought   up   lhe  tstioti of the floor of the  Opera  fuse, a slight accident to which a  ' nights ago had  created  some  lecetsary al.irin.    As a result of  | uests made by several citizens,  Mayor said he had   instructed  building inspector to  examine  floor and report to the council  building inspector's   report  i read.    He stated  that   during  srformance in the Opera House  [Tuesday last, the floor had set-  1 in one place through the   fallout of  a   temporary   support,  i of the girders  had   been  reed in making sou.e alterations  I a temporary  blocking   rigged  | to support that part of the floor  til it could be  replaced.     This  [ickiug had nol been well placed  1 had slipped allowing the floor  ettie at that point.   The altera-  ;is, however, had now been corned  and  the  girder- replaced,  king the   floor   perfectly  safe  Jain.  rlayor Jones pointed out that the  Ivenger's contract with the city  lired in January and steps would  | necessary to secure a scavenger  another year. Aid. Raymer  Is requested to see whether Mr.  isley was willing lo renew his  ntract with the city and upon  ia! terms.  4^ld. Taylor and Blackwood re-  rted the result of the meeting  the park with Mr. Webster of  i Okanagan  Telephone  Co. in  [erence to the running of a  line  poles through  the  park.     Mr.  ebster would have much prefer-  1 running the line in direct con-  juation of Eli avenue, but aa  lhe  |rk commissioners would not con-  jit to this, he had suggested that  i connection be  made  through  underground  cable  from  the  The regular meeting was held  Monday morning as usual.  Messrs.   C.   C.  Josselyn,   R.   H.  Parkinson nnd   C.  Oninn    waited  to   sub-  Josselyn,  inson and   C.  Quinn,  the council  in  refer<  division plans.  The   following   accounts  passed for payment :  A. Cuatapaon, sewer time cheque  C. Karlaon ���  W. Sabine  J- Boslci ��� ."  j. Preece  J. AnicK tl  D- Ca'ler ��� "  B. f'oersre ���  J. Johnaon ��� (|  C. Snyder ��� M  C. Piton  E. Nelson ���  A. Anderson ��� ~  J. Lit,berg ��� ���  E. Jolinacn  J. Neleon  33.33  21.00  10.50  23.67  10.67  12.00  1900  4.67  28.67  21.00  33.00  21.00  21.00  24.00  21.00  21.00  Ai J. Millie aaked who had given  permission to lhe cily cnginec:!B to  use ihv fire engine for pumping  irom tlie trenchs. He figured that  the wi rk already done in the dirt  and sand of the sewerage works  would have depreciated the engine  $500. He complained also of the  latt thai the engine hud been left  outside hU the summer instead of  being placed undir cover.  Aid. Copeland said the Board of  Works had been getting prices on  the pipe for the drain on the lane  south of Bernard avenue. The  cement pipe worked out al 19c.  for 6-inch and 25c. for 8-inch, and  II .65 for Ts, Wood pipe wan 26c.  for 6-inch and 32c. for~ 8 inch.  Cement was cheaper and better for  the purpose. It was resolved, how-  the j ever, not to start the work thia  year.  Aid. R-iyiner asked if any reply  had been received in reference to  the C. N. R. taxes.  M iwir Jones replied thai tho city solicitors were taking up tlie matter at the const  and would have a report ready for (he  next meeting. ,  In con nee! ion with a discussion on the  removal of rubbish fiom the rear of the  stoies, Aid. Taylor asked what had be-  come of the incinerator scheme.  Aid. Copeland said the expense inv.Jvcd  had proved to he greater than they had  anticipated. They had allied for tenders  but the lowest had been $1,200. The  money available was only $387.40.  Aid. Copeland asked for and was grant,  ed leave of absence for three weeks.  The council then adjourned until the  following Monday.  &Vffi^iE^ ���- <��m  lhe council with a complaint re.  garding the pumping of sewage  into the lake by the city engineers.  He strongly objected to what had  been done without regard to provincial regulations.  Mayor Jones said the pumping  had been stopped and steps were  being taken to handle the sewage  in another way.  A letter was received from Mr.  Webster of the Okanagan Telephone Co., giving an estimate of  the difference in cost of construe,  tion between an under ground and  overhead-table through the park,  the former costing $296 more than  the latter.  It had been suggested that the  city pay this difference to avoid  overhead wires crossing the park.  Aid. Millie maintained that the  city could not spend one dollar on  the Telephone Co.'s line, and quoted the Municipal Act in support  of this.   -  After some discussion lhe clerk  was instructed to inform lhe Telephone Co. that the council were  not willing to pay the difference in  construction. With the consent  of tha park committee, however,  they would give their consent 10  an underground cable through the  park in a straight line wilh Eli  avenue.  A communication was read from  Mr. T. G. Clarke offering to move  A. Mr.Lennan'a barn from the  pumping station site for $100.  After some demur ihis was  accepted ^^^^^^  The monthly report of the chief  of police was read. The total fines'  for the month had been $191. Of  this $90 had been a fine from a  Chinaman for keeping a gambling  house; another of $30 for gambling, and the rest drunks.  A apecial report also complained  of the neglect of the city scavenger  in spite of repeated requests, to  remove rubbish from the rear of  the stores.  Mayor Jones said the sewerage  engineers required a cable belonging to the Telephone Co. to be  raised about two feet to let the  pile-driver pass. The company  had expressed their willingness In  do the work if the council paid  the cost, A resolution was passed  that this be doue.  Arrangements* were made for  the holding of a Court of Revision  of the voters' list on Tuesday,  December 10th, from 10 to 12 a.m.  nd the Mayor and Aldermen  Raymer and Blackwood were ap-  Mr. T. Kilpatrick  Resigns From C.P.R.  Made  Provincial  Inspector of  Bridges  Mr. Thomas Kilpatrick. superintendent of District No. I, of the  Dritish Columbia district of the C.  l'.R., has resigned. The veteran  fighter of snow and rock slides,  washouls and all other trouble incidental to the operating of a railroad through the Rocky Mountains of Western Canadn, has at  last definitely decided to forsake  the hazardous occupation for a  position in which he will place his  knowledge gained by many years'  experience wilh construction work  nt the service of his country.  He has been appointed inspector of bridges for the provincial  government and assumed his new  duties on December I.  Rutland News  (From i  Fatal Explosion  Near Woods lake  The time has now arrived for the  officers and committee of ihe  Lit-       f^^^g^^m^^f^^*^^^^*^^*^  ersry Society lo  meet and  make j Victim Blown Sixty Feet From  arrangements   for   this     '  entertainment I The intense inter  est shown last winler should spur  the committee to even' greater  efforts, and we would suggest that  topics for discussion be arranged  to be taken up by Rutlanders themselves. There must surely be a  large amount of latent talent only  waiting to be cultivated and exercised. This mild weather may  not last much longer, and the  " Literary " will be looked forward  to when the cold puts a atop to  outdoor work.  Wrecked House -  1 hawing  Out Dynamite  Government Inspectors  of Railway Camps  A. & T. Association Meeting  Postponed  I he annual general meeting ol  the A. & T. Association failed to  materialize. Only two oi three  members turned up at the appointed hour, but after a long wait and  vigorous drumming in the streel  a bare quorum was got together  Then it was   discovered   that   lhe  ^^^^^^^^^ not be  is tbe auditor had been  unable lo finish his report, owing  to the inability of the bank to furnish a balance until the end of the  month. As this was the principal  object of the meeting t was decided after considerable discussion  to postpone the meeting until Saturday, December I4lh at 2.30 p.m  Mock Trial in Methodist  Church  Ottawa, Dec. 2.���When seen today in regard lo the report lhat  conditions of slavery exist in the  railway camps of the wet.', Hon.  T. W. Crothets, Minister of Labor,  sai I: " You may say that the Department exi e ts very sh >rllv to  have men ptrmanently placed in  ihe camps to look after the welfare and conditions of the men."  Several months ago the Department of Labor received reports  that men working in western con-  s'ruction camps are not being  properly treated. To enquire in'o  this, the M nister sent a man into  the west. A repirt was recived  by Mr. Crothers a few daya ago  out the contents have not been  vet made known. Some week*  ago the Department received complaint that the hospitals in the west  were not properly equipped. This  was enquired into anc'.'it was found  that conditions were.very bad.  Rutland School  Honor Roll  The following are the names of  pupils gaining percentages worthy  of mentior. during the month of  October,  as  relating   to  conduct,  Obituary  regularity    and    punctuality  studies in the order named :-  Division I.  Earia McDonald 90  Amy Fleming 85  Dora Pease 90  Verna Dalgleish 1  Mrrriam Woolsey l  Millie Ford [  Blanche Ford j  Loraine Woolsey )  Consnejo Woolsay f  Rita Maxwell )  Minnie Campbell  Winifred Leathley I  Wesley Baib.r       \  and  100  100  100  90 100  90 95  90 99  90 100  82 100  89 100  98  98  91  100  Division II.  On Monday evening last the  Epworth League of the Methodist  Church entertained the members  of the Young Peoples' Societies of  the Presbyterian and Baptist  churches. 1 he meeting took the  form of a mock trial, which notwithstanding the serious issue involved, afforded a great deal of  amusement, and made up a moat  enjoyable evening. The case before the court was the "Mysterious  Disappearance of Jenny Brice," in  which Phillip Lndiey was charged  with the murder of his wife. Jenny  Brice, the actress.  The room was arranged with all  the appointments of a court of law,  the judge and counsel being attired  in the regulation wigs and gowns.  The Rev. J. W.Davidson occupied  the judicial seat. The prosecuting  attorney was Mr. W. E. Adams;  the lawyer for the defence, Mr. L.  V. Rogers. Mr. K. F. Oxley acted  as clerk of the court. The prisoner was Mr. Leslie Dilworth. There  was a jury (who however never  gave any verdict owing to the lateness of the hour) and some twelve  witnesses were examined. After  the trial coffee and other refreshments were served.  Mary Woolsey  Mona Woolsey  Mary Pease  Jeanie Warden  Leslie Richards  Verna Ford  Clifford Renfew  Martha Woolsey  Marjorie Johnson  John Campbell  Jean McDonald  Carton Dalgleish  Elsie Brown  Donovan Wooli  Olive White  Evelyn Sproul  Elva Fleming  96 100  90 100  90 100  94  96  95  96  .95  90  90  100  100  95  80  95  100  95  On Monday afternoon, th* 2nd  inst., about 3 o'clock the  residents  of Woods Lake district were startled by hearing an unusually  loud  explosion and   a  cloud   of  flame,  dust and smoke arising from the  lol formeilv owned  by J. Pieixy,  and   now owned by 1 rnii Waters.  On   the  adjoining lot to the nol th  IL  Horsncll  and   his   son   were  woiking and hearing the explosion  looked up to see whence it  cam*.  Losing no lime they  ran over the  intervening ground to find that the  frame   building and lean-to which  had formerly  been   the   risidence  of J. Piercy waa reduced lo matchwood   and scattered far and wida  and  the   body   of   A.   Chatlerton  lying  at  the   water* edge of the  creek 'that  Sowed   some  60  feel  from the site of the building.   The  poor fellow was breathing his last  75 | when they found him.    His cl.-lli-  79 I ing   was  for the most part   torn  from hii body and what remained  was on fire.     The body was terribly mutilated and badly  southed  in   several  places.    Nearly   every  bone in the body  waa broken and  one leg almost severed at the thigb.  As to how the deceased   came   lo  ���uch   an   awful end  can only  be  surmised but from the remains of  tbe explosion it gives lhe apn -��r-  ance   of   another   victim   cf   the  thawing out of powder.  Tom Waters, the deceased's  brother-in-law and the dereas-d  were working together dealing  the timber and stumps off the former's lot and this work entailed  the use of stumping powder, which  at ihis time of the year is frozen  hard and baa to be thawed out  before it can be uaed for blasting.  It would teem as though the deceased   had   taken    the    powde  88  100  85  100  sey  Poultry Association  The Poultry Association held a  very interesting meeting on Wednesday evening when a good number of members attended. A  paper on the origin of Barred  Rocks written by Mr. A Nolley was  read by the secretary. A White  Leghorn pullet was shown and the  points were explained. A Black  Leghorn pullet and rooster were  also shown, alao a Rhode Island  rooster was on view and the different colouring to be aimed at in  lhe perfect bird were explained.  The association has now 64 members.  Mrs. G. F. Budden  Death has removed another link  with Kelowna's past history in the  person of Elizabeth Kate, wife of  Mr. G. F. Budden. who passed  away Sunday last at the age of 59  years. The funeral took place  Tuesday afternoon, service being  held in St. Michael's church at 3  o'clock. The service waa attended  by a large number of the older  residents of the district the Bud-  dens having resided continuously  in Kelowna during the past sixteen  years.  The rector, the Rev. T. Greene,  officiated, and in a short address  alluded to the fact that the deceased lady had suffered from sickness  more or less for thirty years, but  more acutely during the last year  or two, displaying always an infinite patience in the midst of her  afflictions.  Leaving the church the cortege  proceeded to the Kelowna cemetery   where  the   interment    took  place.    The  pall-bearers selected       from  the   Masonic   lodge in com-      Following is the monthly  honor  pitmen!  to   Mr. Budden, who has ro||   of  the   "Okanagan"   public  ong been a prominent  member ,ch00|. The names read according  of that order, were Messrs. r. K. fc., to merit ��� ���  DeHart,   H.   Burlch, W. Haug, S.      Sr.       '  Items from Ellison  (Frum our owa correapondent)  A successful gathering of the  Literary Society was held in the  schoolroom on Friday laat. Games  were indulged in until a late hour  when, after a generous repast, the  members separated, each one feeling that a good time had been  spent. Next Friday evening the  question " Is a high school education sufficient for the rising generation or not" will be debated on  and a good d  pated.  J1SCU8SIOH is antici-  Benvoulin Notes  Gray, R. A. Copeland and D. W.  Crowley.  Mr. and Mrs. Budden rame out  from Kingston-on-Thames some  seventeen years ago, the last sixteen of which they have lived with  their large family in Kelowna being  amongst the first settlers in the  disirict.  A carload of apples from Oregon was seized at Victoria Monday by the provincial inspector  because of its infection with the  Codlin Moth.  Numerous Indian remain s including skeletons and flint implements  were discovered by the government road gang near Lower Nich-  ola a few days ago. The Indians  claimed the remains and had them  reinlerred.  IV.-Jeanne Murray, Charles  Reid, Beryl Grummets, Ewart Patteraon, Sylvia Weeks.  Jr. II!.- Charles Weeks, Isabel  Reid, George Grummelt.  Jr. II.-Florence Weeks, Ernest  Rust, Harry Grummett, Dorothy  McLean (equal), John Murray,  Martin Conlyn.  Jr. I.-Leslie Mnwhlnney, Jake  Reid, Ruth Hardy, Francis Anderson, Norman Haines, Alfred  Dickson.  First Primer  Ralph Reeves.  Birth  PARKER.-On Monday. December 2nd,  to the wife of Mr. W. M. Parker, a son.  An alarm of fire etartled the town thia  morning but proved to ba nothing aenoua.  The roof of the old Knox houae near ths  Presbyterian  church  caught  fire from a  ("defective chimney, but waa put out on the  arrival of the brigade with very little  damage. The houae backs on to the  high achool grounda and the boya were  out for receaa at the time the fire occurred  j They found a jab to their liking in gelling  all the furniture out of the house.  ^^^^^^        powder  ���tome   two   boxes���over le the  house and had put on a fire in the  87   97   82  c"��^ *tove "nd placed the powder  92   100    70  '" *De nven '" 'haw il out.  82 90    86      Just how the ignition was caused  85    93    79  w'"   n'ver  ke   known, ����>  nearly  83 95    79 *''*���''��� transpires m   auch  eases.  llie   unfortunate   victim   muat  have been standing close by ae  pieces of the stove were found  imbedded in his face. The st.'ve  is scattered in thousands of small  pieces all ovei the abjoining ground  The building, which waa a  double-boarded one storey frame  one, was reduced to kindling wood <  and hutled in every direction some  pieces finding lodging plaree in  the tops nf the near-by tree*.  Not all the powder exploded as  frozen portions of sticks were  found lying close by. The remains  of the deceased were conveyed  over lo hit house and a dceloi  telephoned for. Dr. Aibiukle  came down from Vernon and pronounced an inquest unnecrtsaiy  The body wat taken to Vernon and  interred in the local cemetery on  Wednesday the 4th inst.  Mr. A. Chatlerton came from  London' F.ne., some seven i ears  ago and settled in lhe Woods  Lake district, where he hat been  engaged in farming ever tinee on  hit own property. About four  years ego he married Mist Waters  also from London. There are no  children from lhe marriage.  Mr. Tom Waters, Mrs. CluMler-  ton't brother, hat lived with them  for the patt four years. Three  brothert ttirvive the deeeaesd, all  living in England, though one nf  them came out for awhile and had  a place al Okanagan Landing, but  subsequently returned egsin.  Mr. Arthur Chatlerton wat a  quiet, unassuming man, aid always thought well of by thote  amongtt whom he lived. Hit  end came at a greet shock tn all,  and the sympathy of the entire  neighbourhood goet out to hit  wife deprived of her husband will  such terrible tuddenness ,  tuch a truly awful manner.  ���Frank  Grummett,  BORN-  -To  the  wife o  f William  Grnrtt,  Jr.  nt  Dr  MN  mghlos  's,  Kel..-       ,  i.  h  'i       '  ii.tt.,  ���  daughter.  - The Orchard City Record  Thurgtiau, December 8  THE ORCHARD CITV RECORD  r\eUlslicd every Thursday al tke Office,  Keioulria, B.C.  /0/7.V LEATHLEY, Editor and Ptoptielor.  Subscription $ 1.50 pet annum.  Ta UttHed States $2.00 per annum.  Adetttistiijt tales upon application.  We are in receipt this week of a  letter Irom Ensign W. Richardson,  lhe officer in charge ol Salvation  Army work in the valley, announcing the launching oi ll Canadian  Memo ial Scheme for the late General Booth, the memory of whose  great work for humanity it is de  sired lo perpetuate. The auiuuiit  to be raised is $250,000, and this  sum of money is to be expended  in the establishment of a training  Institution (or Salvation A i 111 v  old. eis in Canada.  I he founding of such an Institution would indeed be a filling memorial to one whose long span of  > ears was untiringly devoted to  the organizing and developing of  a movement which from smal] beginnings has become a national  power in many countries, snd has  risen superior to the rler'sion with  which it was ouce regatded. The  scheme will at once appeal to all  admirers of the late General Booth  on this account, and also because  il was the General's earnest desire  lhat such a training college be  established. It is one of the most  urgent needs of the Salvation Army  in Canada.  I hose desiring to help on lhe  movement should make cheques  payable to Ensign Wm. Richardson, Box 101, Vernon B.C.  The following harsh criticism  the " London Financier " concerning Canadian municipal finance  while not entirely in accordance  with facts, will he interesting for  many reasons and show what is  1:01111: 011 regarding Canadian cily  bonds:  " Since the excitemeut caused by  the war has somewhat subsided,  Lombard street is finding time to  discuss the Chinese puzzle and the  'jamb' in the waters of Canadian  municipal finance. A point has  now been reached when Canadian  city securities are unsalable, partly  because thev were issued at absurdly high prices dui ing the boom,  and are still too high in spile ol  the (all; partly because the num  ber of cities who are would be  borrowers has completely confused  London's thinking powers; and  paitiy because the offering nf these  securities enormously exceeds the  demand foi them, since the English  investor, better informed as to Canadian possibilities than he was a  year or two ago, no longer sees the  point of making investments which  would develop other people's property without giving him any share  in the profits."  of preparing the voters' list a 1  hundred fold. It is not unlikely,  therefore, that many mistakes have ;  been made, and all who think they  have a claim lo vote should look |  through the list of which copies  will be hung in the Post Office and  Council Chamber, If any error is  found let the Court of Revision  know it on the morning of the lOlh.  Steamboating  Amusements  Children's Matinee  It is expected that every youngster in the Kelowna district will he  at the " Bargain Malinee " in the  Opera ! louse next Saturday afternoon (or the performance of I he  English Imperial Hand Bell Ringers. This is an absolutely guaranteed refined musical and singing  entertainment, a splendid show  both for the kiddies and the grown  ups, and Manager Duncan offers  the kiddies a chance to see this  hue educational entertainment for  the modest sum of ten cents. Of-  course this price is (or the children  only and for the afternoon performance. Seats are on sale at Crawford's for the night show.  City of Kelowna  COURT OF  REVISION  Municipal   Voters*   List,   1913  NO I ICE is hereby given tliat a Com t of  Revision will be held on Tuesday, Decern-  ber lOlh, 1912. at 10 o'clock in the fore,  noon, at the City Clerk'* Office, Bernard  Avenue, for the purpose of heating and  determining any application to stiike out  the name of any person which haa been  improperly placed upon the Municipal  Voters' List, 1913. or to place on such list  the name of any person improperly omitted from same.  Copies of the said list will on the Fifth  day of December be posted on the door  of the Council Chamber and in the Post  Office, and remain an posted until the  sitting of the Court of Revision.  G. H. DUNN,  City ClerV  Kelowna, B.C.,  November 29lh, 1912. 2"  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelcmna, B.C.  Reaidence Plione : No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  1 am prepared lo undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well  equipped  with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parts of the Lake  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  l.adiea' and   Genta' Rubber   Heela  of the Beat Makea  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent  for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  If you are looking for  Something Good  *  have a look at these lot'.  as these are money makers:  Two Lots on Pendozi Street, 61-it. frontage.     Corner,  $450 ; inside, $400.  One or two on Richter street, 59-ft x 61 -ft. frontage,  $350 and $400.   Also some very cheap acre lots.  This is a splendid location either as an investment or if you are looking for a home.  Small House and one acre on Pendozi street, $3,500.  Five-roomed House Richter str. (city L. & W.), $1,700  Large House and one acre, close in $8,000.  ALSO VARIOUS OTHER CHEAP BUYS  1 have Lots from $150 up  LEVITT, The Homeseeker's Friend  WE 1IAVE NOW  EVERY FACILITY  I'OR DOING                       ,  HIGH CLASS JOB PRINTING  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and 1 will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  , tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  P.O. Box 495.   'Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block  office open every evening after supper.  The municipal Court ol Revision  ol the voters list is to sit iu thi  council chamber next I uesday  morning (rom 10 to 12, and any  complaints as to any name placed  upon that list which should not b  there, or any claim for the honor  of being included must be heard  then or not at all. And it is no  small honor these days to have  your name on that exclusive list.  No common owner of property  with a "plaster" on it can hnd  entrance there I Only thus'- bloated  aristocrats who have " registered  ���Jecds" untramelled bv any (ear ol  "lhe next payment " are considered safe persons to be entiusted  wilh the selection of the cily's  governing body. It does not matter it you have only a 33-fool  lot if you have paid for it  ouliight and coaxed your claim to  it through   the   intricate mazes of  the   i in iiinlo the land registry  oflice, you are a citizen to be  reckoned with when polling day  comes. But if you own ten acres  of 33-foot lots, but have nol  "deeds" you are as sounding brass  and a tinkling cymbal. Would-be  aldermen can snap their fingers in  your (ace and make you pay your  taxes whether you like the size of  them or.not. ,._.,,  A merciful legislature, however,  has ruled this year lhat holders of  property Under agreement of sale  can vdle^'if they can persuade the  holder of -the deed to graciously  waive his right to do a.i; and,  strange aa it may seem, this greal  privilege may be purchased for  the sum of - two dollars I Nol  directly, of course, bul by payment  of a road tast. A select few who  pay a trade license can also exercise the franchise on that account  The city, however, has nothing  to do with this happy stale of  things which iucreaees the difficulty  Where Did You  Get That Pipe?  It's a  Dandy I  Why, at " The Smokers' Store,"  of course  Ihey specialise in pipes. All their  pipes are sclrcled by an expert  and they carry a splendid stock of  all makes, shapes nnd sizes.  You should see their Smokers'  Cabinets, Pipe Racks, Fancy Pouches, Cigar and Cigarette Holders  and Casas.  If you want anything in the  SMOKE line for Xmas they have  it, and at a reasonable price, too.  J. B. WHITEHEAD  The " Smokers' Store."  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian  Fruit   Lands Co.  SUITS FOR MEN  Every man in this city who is contemplating the  purchase of a new Suit will find it to his  advantage   to   thoroughly  examine   our   line  2532.  We are sole agents in this city for the famous  20th Century Brand  of Fine Clothing  and have no hesitation in ssying that no higher -  grade of clothing is being placed on the Canadian  market to-day.  Our range is very complete snd comprises all the  latest colorings in Tweeds snd Worsteds.   Our  stock ii also complete in all sizes from 35-in. to  44-in. chest measure.  . --'i     ��� ������ .���������--���.   Our variety of the ROUGH BROWN TWEEDS  which have proved so popular thia season is one  of the leading features of our stock.  Well-dressed men realize how much depends on  the cut of his clothes, and in buying from us no  doubt need be felt as to the correctness of even  the minutest detail. The aim of the manufacturers  of this brand of clothing has been* to surpass the  high standard of efficiency already attained and we  feel confident that once a wearer of the 20th Centuiy  Brand you will swear by it and consider no other.  Prices range from $20 to $35  We would draw special attention to the swell line of clothing we are showing at  $15.00 per Suit  The sizes range from 35-in. to 44-in., and there are quite a  variety of Tweeds and Worsteds in both light and dark effects  Tltftsc suits ate exceptionally good values and at the price cannot be beaten  All One price see window display $ 15.00  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 Thursday, December &  new nraaEBe' tms  The Orchard City Record  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angeli' Church.  Holy Communion, Stst ind third Sundayi in the  month ��t 8 ���.in.:  second and  fouttii  Sundays, after  Morning Pr��ttr.  Litany on the first and third Sundayi.  Morning Piayer at 11   o'clock,   Evening Prayer at  1.30.  St. Andrew's, Okanogan Mission.  First Sunday in month, Holy Communion at 8 a.m.  Matine and Litany,  II a.m.  ���Evenson���: 7:30 ,  Second Sunday, Matini and Holy Communion at 11  Even-oni 7:30  . REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK. Aniitint Prieet.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  MorningServiceeat II e,m.;*v��nin|sarvicaiat7:K  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weakly Prayer Meeting on Wednesday* at t p.m  Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.  Afternoon service at i p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m  wmm iiiYAL  Society People By Arl JJeullug Multe  j|H. C'radte Used tor Children of Kln|  Methodist  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek aarvice Wednaaday at 6 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON,   A.. B.D.. Pa.lor  BAPTIST '*  Kelowna Baptist Church, Cilice St.  Sabbath Service, at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, P..to  Good    .Money    ou    the    Side  And    Many    Hake    Their  Llilng By It.  Although there are many dealers In  art treasures and antiquities who are  scrupulously honest and hove never  Intentionally sold an object which  was not exactly what they described  it to be ��� and who to-day, In quite a  number ot oases, are prepared to give  10 per cent, profit upon the return of  almost every article they have sold f"  during the last ten years, so greatly  has the value of these Increased within that ported ��� it is a fact that there  are many others who, taking ad-  i_utage of the modern craze tor collecting, resort to all sorts of dodges  In order to Impose Upon tlie Ignorant.  For Instance, to Great Britain, It  Is quite a common trick for-dealers  to distribute part of their stock ln  farmhouses and cottages, in the ho'pe  that  enthusiastic strangers   will  as  Ui'orge Saint' As Used for Late  King Edward and his  Brothers.  The late King Edward was always  (ond ot children. His grandchldren  were immense favourites with him.  Often, early in the morning, he would  Confessions  of  a  White  Hss  Whs  After Siurchliig the World Found  His Eden and His Ere  In Tahiti.  At last the right Utopia has been  discovered. The Ideal wife, the Ideal  home, the ideal life, and ideal work  waTk"over'to"Yo"rK CotVageT'where his are,n��w awaiting any man who cares  arrival was received with shouts ol J�� �����w the example of Mr. John  delight and spend some hours in the "��<������ known among the natives of  ttlly-luld-out gardens there, amok- r*_"���. the principal Island of Ihe So-  Ing Iris cigar and watching the ^lety group In the South Seas, as  children at play, entering Into their *e wise man on the mountain."  enjoyment wth obvious delight. Queen Dar Ing lives on berries, has die-  Alexandra once remarked that His ^��1��1 clothes and spurns ��ll ths In-  Mujeety was as "great a child as any- ����'f��ff��* "**���*���-  one," and his delight was unbounded ^��n. which he has described as  when the news of the birth of the ���eo. ahe circumstances which led  present 1'rinco of Wales was au- ''��r'����:toi his "Eden are somewhat  nouneed to him remarkable.   As a. young man he was  ita first action  was  to  telegraph  �� k���>' "Indent o? the Bible; and th.  to the late Queen Victoria and request   ���u��� he read and pondered, the more  ."...,..,?.TL  h.k.t�������i, !imt  he was led to believe that the modem  present-day  man  did  not live natu  rally.  ���urn. ��,_. >k ��� k .    ,.-      ���        . had   been  used  for  himself  and  Ills  ita. thel*���be��� tfcSM 'or brothers and sisters might be sent for  generations.    After  thus   stocking  a ,,     occupation   0f   the   new   arrival. ,. ,    cottage the dealer casually mentions raisTnShuhsYss IS ths modern   world M>d live the life that accord-  to customers that he has been  told ne..mer iiuub, �� _    ..  .    ,������ ,��� ���,��� ,*���..   .>.. =.., ,  ot a certain cottager who has some  very good antique "stuff," and that  he himself has had no time to verify  the report. Of course, the address Is  promptly asked for by the enthusiastic  collector, who Is thuB led to purchase  goods which he might not otherwise  think of buying.  An Ingenious Method.  This Is a somewhat common  aud  fairly well-known trick, and th.  Darling decided to go out Into the  arid and live the life that acoord-  stvle nor Is It on rockers. To'lt Is -n* ,t0 h'9 Mess, the Scriptures said  XdaSlier ptaTe with the In- * ��^��"W�� "yparts  scrintloir "This bassinette was made or the world In search of an "Eden,"  to St. Princess Hoyai fttte late fiL",}"'^***1���" ��  Empresa Frederick of Germany! ln K,flJllBJetmaaft Tl,ek Fren<:t'  1840, and wus used by all her Males-   "u.,''��r���e>   ��f<�� "��   IsJsnd,   however,  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endoraed " Tender  for Public Building, Greenwood, B.C."  will be received at this office until 4.00 p.m  on Monday, December 9, 1912, for the  construction of a Public Building at Green-  wood, B.C.  Plant, specifications and forms of contract can be seen and form* of tender obtained at the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson  Resident Architect, Victoria B.C., at the  Post Office, Greenwood B.C., and at thia  Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made  on the printed forma supplied, and signed  with their actual signatures, stating their  occupations and p'acea of residence. In  the caae of firme, life actual signature, the  nature of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the firm must  be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  at. accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to ths order of tha Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of the  tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do ��o, or fail  to complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted, the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to  accept the lowest or any Under.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 18, 1912.  Newspapers will not  be   paid   for   thia  advertisement   if  they iniert it   without  authority from the Department.���29965.  1-2  rilled nil his demands.    The French  H, ���c. .....j-- -S��   however,  ty's children, ami  was given by the ^f")^,  '0J}ls   ecoentrio  Queen   to   the   Duchess   of   York   lu ft,"*   ^fie'���"'<*, '��> hl��� '�� WI.  ,oq. .. lne governor tried  to persuade him  ..    .    .     .���     v.���.  n-v.,1   II..I.V ,0  seorch  for  another  "Eden"  else-.-  Iteudy for the >ext Hojul Baby wnwei or, ��� ,|e  ,miuei m Btaylng  It was beautifully furnished for the where   he   wus,   to   conform   to   the  seouMioo I.  n,,,,  ���������,    a    i       ,   "    U3e of "-' p,'iucc-    Thc ��heota were sartorial   rules  of  civilization.     Mr.  hi!   ,T���   ���   .������.   "?_e ,dealers have  of the finest Irish lawn, embroidered Darling wus obstinate, however. Tain  the corners with the Royal arms liltl  wns the one  spot on  earth  for  surmounted    by    the    crown    and him, ar.l all the govornor's men could  society,    wlio Is  trimnle<l wilh Valenciennes lace. The not make him wear clothing.  pillows were to match.   The blankets      Fina|ly tho governor had ������ ,      ,.  were of while Yorkshire wool, like- ,.���Uunp and presonted Dar]ing �������� a  wise bearing the badge of the Royal plec0 0, lall[)  high  upo|1  ^ moun_  arms, aud several  cider-down quilts ta;mi  ,vUh , e|ear understanding that  accompanied the gift. be  would  stay   there  with his  Ideas  In  this dainty  cradle each  or the .,nd minimum 0f clothing    Fruits and  children of King George  und Queen ilt.rb9 gri)W thore |n p)(,nty    The &[f  Mary has slept ,aml Her Mujesly has wlu) hil|llly and t,n^ and U)0 y)ew de_  diminished Incomes hy "either" seli'lna   i,aS8Wl ""'\' *"*** h,��"ii" ''fJ'Lrt ,?r I11"*"1'-   T1,ere he could "^ "*���������  work�� nr un ii,1,���   I., ���euins    t lias now been carefully stripped of |n Paradise   works of art themselves or acting as  ,,���  hangings und  packed away  until  auch time us the Prince of Wales can  have It passed on to him.  hit upon a more ingenious method. )n tne corners with the Royal arms  They arrange with BOtne well-known BUrmounted  man or woman ln "society," who Is  furnishing a new house, to decorate  It with fine furniture, pictures, and  prints, supplied free on the understanding that should a visitor admire  any of them they are to be sold If  possible, and that a handsome commission will be given on the transaction. "There are certainly lu society,    many     who    add     to    their  agents for dealers  "A well-known connoisseur, when  recently vtaltliiK a Duchess, had the  following experience: ���  "The lady waB delighted to sec him;  she particularly wished fur his advice    Dciir. dear!" remarked Mr. Jack  and assistance. 'Algy has run terribly pott Jours, as he dropped the news  Into debt; he muy liuve to resign his ^^^  commission In ths Guards.    I cannot  lo his heart's content.  Darling readily accepted the offer,  and In a short time on the top of his  uiountiiiu   he   built   a  simple  hut of  palm leuves and branches.  Ultimately Mr Darling took as his  wife a Tahiti   maiden,  ln  whom  he  declares  he  has   found  a  wife  who  4,1,7 "',"��,   helps him to lead his happy, ideal life.  his knees and gazed  at ���,,,,, (J|,H |s m pn8isng wWm on nls  AMONG THE CANNIBALS  ask his father for money, as he is  badly hit by the depression In agriculture. You know all the rich  Americans and the value of fine furniture; could you possibly help me to  soil   that   magnificent   Louis   Salts  piece? It was given to a former Duke      by thesEiuperor of Russia, and It was  Fuego, where th  always    said    to    be    worth    many  thousands   of   pounds.'    The   visitor  looked at the bit of furniture ��� It was  oue  he had   seen  at  the  shop of u  celebrated dealer, who had had It for  years on his hands aud had resorLiHl  to this device to try to get rid of It."  paper  upon  his dear wife, sitting on the opposite  Bide of the fircpluce, "what an extraordinary case!"  "What is, dear?" asked sweet Mrs.  J., au she leanod back In her chair to  Uie sound of cracking whalebone.  "Why���er���a report here of a ship  that   was   wrecked   near   Tlerra   del  cannibals are. you  part is cildent from the fact that a  relative recently died and left him a  fortune of some f300,fiOU, on condition  thut he returned once more to the  ways of clvllizutlon; but Darling declined the fortune.  "Why," ho exclaimed, "what do I  want with money? What could money  procure me better r.um I've got ���  hspplnsss, health, and peace of mind  from the knowledge of leading the life  that I know man was Intended to  live?"  SILENT HUSBANDS  While    Cliliiiimi'ii    Hare    Risen  Chinese  He mil  Women  lime  Determined to  Assert  Themselves Too,  THE CELESTIAL  Do you realise the  pleasure it would  give your friends  to receive a  of yourself ? If so,  you will not delay  having one taken  in time for your  presents, ('all and  inspect the artistic  mountsand arrange  for a sitting at  Grays Studio  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open EVERY DAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  While Cliiuanieu have risen In revolt against tlie Manohu dynasty, ihcir  women-folk ��� at any rate some of  them ��� have come to the conclusion  that the time has arrived when tlicy  know, dear. The Fuegans killed and  ate the males, It appears, but absolutely refused to cat more than one  of the five females who were amongst  thc surivvora of the  wreck."  "In-deed; I should have thougnt  they would have preferred to eat  ladles. They are so much more tender  than men, aren't they?"  "Well. I don't know.    It seems, ac-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  coriiinit to this account, that the twj -������  men   they   lie  hud   nothing  on   hut ,ol>n (hlnnman Net Taking Any Kliki  flannel   hhi.ta   and   linen   trousors, Etch (rom llnlishcrs Who  which the sainges munched up w-'ih Hare   Just    Been  the u;en.    The one woman that  :ln.y Married,  ate ���" i  -,\h'" . An Englishman who was appointed  "i.'ud en he, In addition tu her l0 on Important post ln China got  sluri-clothes, t-tout a pint of hairpins, married soon after. Among the recl-  a wire collet, a bent ateel dress-im- P|ents of the usual little card boxes  prover, seven orldlzed silver hnng'es, containing a piece of wedding-cake  a burnished waist-belt, with atcel "aa n Chinese merchant with whom  chatelaine,      scissors,      buttonhook,  tnp  bridegroom   had   an   outstanding  should make .strong protest against ��*���f* ^5SUlp5dlKto(B ���"<������' & ��**��� ��P 3U.  the custom which forces a girl to ,io ��, S!  ,Mt_ ��� After the  honeymoon,  o,  betrothed to a boy In her Infancy and  ultimately marry him, although th.-y  tuny be scurccly acquainted with one  nuolber and have nothing In common.  Such Is tho determination of Chlucso  v.omen to stamp out tills custom that  her boots, gilt " nllcr  ule  Honeymoon,   one of  the  "Good   gradoiis,   how    they   muBt flrst Persons the newly-wedded bus-  have suffered!" bamJ mel wos 'he Celestial creditor.  "Rather!   Listen  to IIiIb; 'For five "*n<* llow dld >'ou l*S the cake?"  days   after,   the   chief   of   the   tribe ';'     the bngllshman, laughing, after  never moved cr spoke, bul has since "J "su"' congratulation* .  ���                           recovered and celebrated  his convu- A"'   "'',    returned   the  Chnainan,  rom. year, ago nine Cantonese msld-  |���?elf"V burn ng   or*  chtldren as "��* �� CU��">S '�����. "<��� ��<> such big  en. drowned themselves to,etl,er on. ^^^XgilVhi" since swon, '����' ">SSt "'"'��� "'"���   He put eskee ta  and  made his tribe swear, never to rlr0'    Bl,r" nllu "P-    "��� he!"  eat another white Bquuw.'" "Oh, that's too had," said ths Eng-    llshnian, very much hurt.   "You might  BHKJHT AS AN 0BAT0B !;r,Vrne��nT,tne'1m!.1 J& 1CH8i' ��'" ,5* c^n_  pllment to my wife and myself.   Why  You will find that dru.giata everywhere  speak well ot Chamberlain's Cough Rem-,  edy. They know from loag sx -erinnce  in the sale (ol it that ,in cases of coughs  and colds It can always be depended upon,  and that it is pleasant and safs to take.  For ssls by sll deslers.  ens drowned themselves together ono  night In tl e Pearl River rather than  accept the lot of wife under thesu  conditions.  "In three districts ln Central  Kuangiung, where a girl can ulwuya  got work at silk-winding, thousands  of girls have formed themselves ln;o  antl-matrimonlal     associations,    members of which refuse to live with oratory'reached the holghls. To hold  tile husband more than Uie custom- ,ucj, |(|aw he must out-tuup Glnd-  ary three days. .iu,,^   ^  gr-eal.   |i|���niell,   tbe  hril-  "Then they take advantage of their UeM; Falineruton. the winy; I'ohilen,  legal right to vIsrH mother, nnd ii^vcr Uw WlUo; |iur0ell even, wi-tll whom hu  return, save on certain days or af'cr i��� olosoly associated. His apeeclies  a term of years. If the parents at- art, Btni tev, anj readobla lodav, by  tempt to restore the runaway bride to th^ w],0 rejoice In tho lovely  her husband sh* drowns herself or phrasing which kcc|m til  lakes opium; so parents and niagis- wjlere they were speech  (rates hsve had to let ths girls hsve  John Bright waa the greatest orator didn't you?"             ^^^^^^^^^^  Bnglund  saw  during  the  nineteenth "Me too clute,  anji," Bald the Ce-  ���he oenitury, an age and a country where lestlul, with lhe same winning smile.  .__.             t_. .^. L ......^   m. t-,. ���you   0W(j   me   n,nn(,p   (jjj,   sen(je#  poleiin cake; I eat hiiuo I die; you no  payee up. Iloup-la! He, he, he! I  know you luglcesh!"  A CLEVEB WINDOW-SMASHER  A woll-dressod man  was hurrying  lltcriituro ftlo,"i llle "'- (le I'assy, In Paris, tho  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ other day.    The pavement waa wet,  Asgustiiie BlrreTonU. his ruldreas ��n<1 lhe "inn allpped and fell, knocje-  thslr way.    By presenting herself Ig  ���,(   ||���,   unvcillnR   ut   the   statue   to ln,; against and smashing In his fall  bar husband's horns on certain tp.iit- Richard Cobdon,   "one of the greatest 'he window of u wine-shop.  val days the bride keeps her wifely pi,*.,.,, uf Bngila'h speeoh," and again,     Frantic   excitement I     The   man  status." Un,   f^ftcr  breakfast   speech   In   wel- groaned, the proprietor of ths wine-  Dr. Ross also meutlons a very com,, t0 Lloyd Qsriison In 1807, "per- shop rushed forth lo demand amidst  curious pnaotlcs observed between harps tho most beautiful speech ever wild gesticulation, compensation for  husbands snd wives In certain dis- mads |n the Kngll.h tongue on a his broken window; a crowd gathex-  IrlclB of Chine.   Etiquette, It appears,  public occasion." ed round to see he got It.  forbids husband snd wife to be s-3fn      \\\t habit was ever Ui stand at the     "But   I   hnvo   no   money,"   walled  talking together.   Thus, a young man edge of the platform where the audi- the unfortunate man.  and his wife meet In an empty l.yie ence ooUid  ��g*\  fll  him"  und  he ut     "Search  him!"  screamed  the  and,    supposing    Uiemsslves    iiuub- u,eln.    As hs criticized a friend who prletor.  served, he asks her for the key of the sheltered   behind   Uie   reading   desk,     No policemen  was to be found at  garden gats, "no man can move an audience that the moment so the crowd took the  She throws K on ths ground with- doc uot Bce his boots." lie must law Into their own hands and went  out looking at Mm, and, onco Indoors, have been a splendid looking figure, through Uie man's pockets. They  rates him soundly for speaking to her tbja John Bright, as he thundered hadn't gone far when they cams upon  In public. i||i���   Amos,  and   lamented   tho  Jcre- a flvo-htudred-friinc note.  "Suppose," ahs says, "someone had mi��h. and loved like Saint John. Ills     "No money!" gasped the proprietor,  seen us!" I was a splendid face, redeuilng man- In tones of mingled triumph and ds-  ~~      ~     "     ~~ kind from a counterfeit presentment rlslon.  Silver Ureykonnos. of godhood.    And It Is nut bo stern     "No money I" Jeered the crowd, who  The Kings messengers ar. termed or sst a face as might have been ex- were lamentably lacking In sympathy  "Silver (Jreyhounds, because thslr peoted from his prejudices. Wus It with the poor man who had bumped  badge of office consists of a silver ���f |,lm one wonders that Sydney hlmsoU on the hard, hard eavement  greyhound    surmounted   by   an   1m- snvlUi asked of Uie portrait painter.     "I shall take," ssJd the proprietor  pro-  perlal crown attached to a rod ribbon. "Couldn't you manage  The   badge   U   always   carried   by  a u,e portrait a 1IU e m������- ���  IClngs messenger,  and   In   the  limes to the Established Church''  of war becomes pert of his passport ����<*Biisned t.nurtn.  from one country  to anoUmr.     I'he  Ma? r&oTyr' 'lEE "What  ta^fno^r" asked  ta. ft ^tubl'^ maD ^ ^ "^  messenger., Vt might  be mentioned, presiding   Judge   when   a   witness's  ere  nearly  nlway.  Army  men,   who voice wns nearly drowned by a rasp-  leave   their   regiments   to  undertake Ing uproar outside Uie court.  the business of carrying the Kings "My lord," said the counsol for tho nv.-huSdrod-'ffanc n'o'te ... a f���^.���  ���ttr��1*' mlo�� sffWsrtts." had manufactured!  to Uirow Into of the wine-shop, " a hundred francs  more antagonism to repair my broken window."   Th<>  crowd   cheered,   and   the   proprlstot  _________ Btuffed      the      four-hundred-francs  Load Affidavits wonil of '"a"** which he thrust Into  The man hurried away, and when  he was well out of sight and sound  he  laughed   long and  loud,  for  ths  W.M PARKER & CO.  ^   THE   %\%  STORE FOR XMAS GIFTS  Gift Suggestions  for the Xmas Season  We cordially invite you to inspect  our Christmas Stock and it will be  a pleasure to show you any article  in our .lore. These are just a  few suggestions (or Xmas Gifts���  Brooche.  Earrings  Chains    Fob.  Rings   Purse.  Belt Pin.  Bar Pin.  Toilet Set.  Card Cases  Hand Bags  Manicure Set.  Mesh Bag.  Mu.ic Rolls  Tie Pina    Ringa  Cuff Link.  Watches  Chain.   Fobs  Safely Razors  Fountain Pene  Military Brushes  Bill Folds  Cigar Cases  Cigarette Cases  Cigar Holders  Writing S-t.  Dressing Casesfer Xmas  Most everybody does more or  less travelling these days, and the  leather goods manufacturera are  vicing willi each other in getting  up little travelling conveniences.  We have juat added a very nice  new ��tock of" Julian Sale" Leather  Goods, and in choosing it Dressing Cases have had a special care.  Elgin Watches  Because of their enduring good-  nets they will be companion,  from childhood to old age.  An Elgin ie constructed with  infinite care, of Selected, proven  materials, adjusted and timed to  perfect accuracy before leaving  the factory.  Elgin Watches have no peers  in precision, delicacy and durability. Nearly 10,000,000 produced  in a third of a century���an unequalled record.  A full line of women'e and  men's sizes. All stylee and make,  of caae.. These make useful and  lovely Xma. Gift..  Brooches for Xmas  We will be pleased to .how you  our line of solid Gold, Pearl Set  Brooches, which are uneurpassed  for design and finish, and when .  mounted in one of our neat plush  cases, make a .perfect gift. We  have just received -a large assortment of Gold-Filled and Silver  Brooches which it will pay you to  inepect, a. the designs ere all new  and neat. Every brooch packed  in a neat box.  W.JM. PARKER .&C0.  &   THE   #  STORE FOR XMAS GIFTS  Crowley Block  Kelown*, B.C The Orchard City Record  Thursday, December 5  The Keloicna Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED,  FRUIT  LANDS  HND  6ITY  LOTS  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelotona, B.C.  W\w  Much of the pleasure and  all the healthiness of good cooking  are helped by the use of reliable  cooking utensils. We buy cooking  utensils only from the best makers���  you can be .ure, therefore, of reliable  good, when you buy line  Let us shew you soma of ths following l  Food Choppers Covered Roast Pens  " Queen " Pudding Boilers  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO, Ltd.  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In .tors and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -  $12.00 per ton  W. HAUCf  KELOWNA, B.C.  Telaplion.  se  Town and Country  Mr. J. C. Stockwell paid a visit  to Vernon on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Morris left last  Saturday for the Old Country.  Mr. P. Olds left last Saturday for  the Old Country.  The new Glenmore school is  now verv nearly completed and  will soon be ready for occupation.  Beginning on Sunday the Baptist church Sunday-school i. to be  held at 2.30 in the afternoon  instead of the morning.  The usual monthly Anglican Service will be held in East Kelowna  school house at 3 p.m. on Sunday  afternoon next, 8th inst.  The December meeting of the  W.C.T.U. will be held Tuesday,  December 10th at 3 o'clock at the  home of Mrs. Joseph Ball. Friends  are always welcome.  Mrs. Geo. Patteraon left lasl  week-end for Victoria where Mr.  Palterson, who recently sold out  in town, is staying. They contemplate permanent residence there.  All members of the G. F. S. are  requested to send in their names  to the Rev. T. Greene, as it is intended to form a branch of the  society in the parish.  The wedding was announced to  take place yesterday at St. James'  church, Vancouver, of H. T. Meugens and Miss Isabel Watson.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harvey were  passengers by Saturday's boat on  their way to southern California  where they will spend lhe winter.  The Musical and Dramatic Society have arranged a splendid programme for the Variety Entertainment to be given in the Opera  House on lhe 19th. Tickets will  be on sale in a few days.  Those who suw the excellent  performance of " Cousin Kate " by  the Summerland Players, will be  delighted to know that Mr. Sauter's  company will again visit Kelowna  in a few weeks wilh that popular  play " David Oari'ick." The cos-  tu.i.ea and scenic settings are more  pretentious than uaual and local  playgoers mny anticipate an excellent and finished performance.  The chicken supper nnd sale of  work held last Saturday by the  Ladies' Aid of the Catholic church  was a huge success, breaking all  records for the crowds which attended it and for the sum raised.  The proceeds amounting to $530  go to swell the new building fund.  lie ladies are desirous of thanking all who helped so generously  to achieve thi. handsome result.  Thc ladies who assembled at the  'quilting bee" held last Friday  afternoon at the home of Mr..  C. C. Prowse, of Glenmore, were  treated lo a little surprise in the  shape of a wedding the arrangements for the holding of which in  that particular place having been  made unknown to them. During  the progress of the " bee " Mr. C C,  Prowse appeared with the officiating minister, the Rev. J. W. Davidson, and the bridegroom, Mr.  Thos. Ryall. The bride wan Mrs.  Emma M. Wood, sister to Mr. G.  Hiitne. The happy couple will  take up their residence in Glenmore.  'The Rev. D, E. Hall, of Vernon,  is to give one of his " Drummond  recitals" on I urmlay next, Dec.  10th, in the Baptist church. A  charge of 50c. is to be made.  Speaking ol the Rev. Mr. Halt',  reputation ns a reciter, the Victoria  " Colonist " says : " The Rev. D. E.  Halt has won high praise for his  ability as an interpreter of Drummond. He does not read from the  book, but has so far mastered the  poem, that he i. able to give offhand any one of them." Mr. Halt  haa had favorable comment where-  ever he ha. appeared.  If you have not received one of  J. B. Knowles' jewelry catalogue  a post card will bring one to your  address.  II you arc troolileil with chronic conati-  Eation, the mild snd gentle effect ol Cliam-  erlain'a Tablets   makes  them  especially  auited to your case. For tale by all dealers  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Clow ley Block  P.O. Boi, 09  Kelowna  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C,  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal Collasa  of  Mmic, and lately  with Kendrick Pyne. Mua. Doc.. Onamrt ol tha  C.th.Jral, Manchaater, Ent..  RECEIVES   PUPILS  Al 111. Sludio, TiiMich Block. Kalavna.  Mu.ic  of  .very  deecripuion   auppliad.  PO o��4J7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX U7 KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  I'. O  ll���a IS. Thou. S  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. (J. MEYRICK  Receives Pupils nl In. Studio in th* MORRISON  BLOCK for Lciiom in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  i yeara' previoua experience    Will play lor dance.  Addre.. Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meet, all C.P.R.  boat.. All kind, of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CON 1RACTOR a BUILDER  Plan, and Specification. Prepared  and estimates given for public 13nil J-  inge.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Orqun. Voice Production  Singing, Hsrmontj,Counterpoint, So.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aeaociate of tho RoyalCollege of OrsanUta, Load.)  Gives lessons in tha above subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  aucccases  at local  examinations (Trinity  College, London)  15   yeara* successful  teaching experience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Aaeoe. Mam. Can. Soc. C. E       Cieau.t. ToioMo  Univerai  Watenvorke and Saw.r.a. Sveteca*. Pumplni aad  UsMlas PI'  KELOWNA,  . ?Unts, Conersrtsj Con>  BlTiirtion, etc.  B.C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Ciaduala McGill Unlver.ity)  Residence i   LAWRENCE AVE,  Messages   may   be   left   at   the   office   of  Messrs. Rettenbury fc William*  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  laat lies correct  VOICE  PRODUCTION. SINGING  Boa 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  Juat About Now is the Right Time  to csll in spd renew your subscription to the " Record."  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER snd CONTRACTOR  Plus and Estimate. Furnished  Residence,   10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONEM  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd,  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona half mile of town, and being  about loo feat above tha lake, it commandt a beautiful view of the town, laka and surround.n| country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa tha opportunity of selecting a few acrea of thia desirable  property.  If you wiili a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and we will  ���how you our aub-diviaion  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Jutt four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.    Terms easy,  monthly paymenta if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We repreaent only the beet board companies.  The Central Okanagan Land's, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  GO   TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you went a  BARGAIN  IN REAL ESTATE*  They have the best values in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and see us   and   get   our  prices before purchasing  Z*  Elliott & Copeland  Raal Eatata and Inauranc. Brokara  'Phone 25 KELOWNA. B.C.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have now 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 Thursday, December 6  The Orchard City Record  LOOK  If you ere in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry the beat line in  Team Harness also Light. Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').   All kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and  see  our stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now i. tbe time to give your order.  JAepainng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay.  Oats,  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley fie  Oat Chop  W. R GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  Hffilb. <fommmtiM.  unem srtcrjmoiji>  camfoot Mam, 4  ^>lQ.��n.|faa  ��fl����  uou kmM- that you evfloy a pood  t��atPteteitf��en you tome hont* fiat*  you\ vtohk. you djyend c*oU oj time  In Sed^ you mifht iubt at mU Se  eomjo\taMe. a toft dj&mfy mat-  t\etertfMaddhyou^eom^t. the  ittatt\M��vtod^doe&n<4xfunfifi. vu  tfothemh^fiawne&oneteoiuMxfl  in oUen^ <k> ou\ mattheteeb a\eefaan  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  Okanagan Centre  and Woods Lake  (From our own corfeapondant)  " We Make Homes Happy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Betweea Preebyterien ar new F.ndi.l. chiueHae)  .    BULBS  Chrysanthemums  Carnations  PALMER ft ROGERSON-Box 117  Talapl.ee-  ���   SS  J, M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  (Too late for laat week*, leeue)  Mr. M. Wilson is visiting at the  home of Mr. Thos. Bulman, Cloverdale, for a few days.  Mr. and Mr.. Chaffer returned  laat week from a two-month, visit  lo their old home in southern Alberta, and are now living on their  fruit lot on the old Vernon road.  Mr. Gu. Macdonnell ha. been  busy on hi. Wood. Lake property  this fall and has now got some  ���even acre, cleared and broken up  ready for next year's crop.  A small warehou.e ha. been erected on the Oceola wharf by  Mea.i.. Johnson & Carswell, to  .tore their camp supplies.  Mr. M.P. Williams returned from  the coast last week bringing with  him a pure bred Holstein bull calf  and heifer of the same breed, both  from a heavy milking .train. The  purchase was made from Basil  Gordon of Dewdney in the lower  Fraser Valley.  The Vernon-Kelowna mail stage  is again in the form of a coach  pulled by a team of horses, the  automobile having had to be laid  away for the winter months. The  stage stops at E. J. McCarthy's near  the Woods Lake school house foi  a change of horse, and dinner for  the passengers.  Mr. E. B. Gay and a party of  friends left on Monday on a hunting trip which will take in the  country around and contiguous to  the headwater, of Wood. Creek.  They expect to be back by the end  of the week.    We wish them luck.  Max Major has made a marked  improvement in the look of the  orchard on the James Harvey prop,  erty on the main road. Mr. Major  has had the caretaking of this orchard for this summer. He is moving  over to " Raven's Glenn " for the  winter.  Mr. P. W. Powley, who purchased the 70-acre Woollen properly  in this district, has a gang of men  at work clearing up some 40 acres.  It i. Mr. Powley's intention to have  ihis property seeded down at an  early date.  j|The Okanagan Valley Land Co.  have had through their manager,  Mr. F. Rayburn, all the land thai  wa. cleared by contract by Mr. G.  M. Watt thi. year, fenced, broken  up and the fruit-tree holes dug in  preparation for next year's planting���some 200 acres in all. Thi.  now makes 750 acres of land  cleared by this company.  Mr. N. Horsnell is busy clearing  up aix acre. of. .tump land on his  property at Wood. Lake. With  the aid of powder and a Ducre.t  ���tump puller he is getting out the.e  Titan .tump, that are so heavy a  drawback to the first settler on  bush land. With the completion  of thesr- six acre, he will have all  hi. lot cleared. Mr. Horsnell hss  also put up a large and commodious chicken house.  J. Davidson has secured a contract from Messrs. Johnson & Cars-  well to haul their winter's cut of  log. from the bottom of their  ground chute to Wood. Lake. Mr.  Davidson is going into camp on  the east side of Woods Lake, and  is already hiring men and teams  with a view to starting the hauling  a. soon a .now of sufficient depth  fall..  Msssrs. C. E. Joilyn and N. V.  Joslyn havs taken a contract to  clear five acre, of the lot owned  by Mr, W. Bowker on the road  over the hill from the old halfway  house to the Centre. Mr. Bowker  hss built a small house on hi. lot  in which Mr. and Mr.. Bowker are  now living. It i. their inlention to  have the five acre, planted out in  trees after the clearing is completed by the Joslyn brothers.  The Okanagan Telephone Co.  have completed thsir main line  through the district. A .pur ha.  been built over to Okanagan Centre down the Rainbow Gulch road,  and an agency e.'abli.hed in the  Okanagan Centre post office. Another phone has been placed in  Mr. Watt's residence on his property on the main Vernon-Kelowno  road for the benefit of tho.e residing in the vicinity of Woods  Lake, and is known a. the Alvas-  ton agency. Mr. Dobie, the superintendent of the Telephone Co.  informs u. that their line will he in  operation from Salmon Arm to  Penticton by the New Year.  Messrs. Johnaon & Carswell havr  started logging operations on the  Lewi, properly on the mountain  to the east. They expect to secure  enough timber in thi. vicinity to  supply their mill for the next three  or four year.. A large and well  arranged camp of log buildings has  been constructed. A sleigh road  had to be built along the steep  mountain side for two miles. From  this point a ground chute waa built  over a mile in length. From the  bottom of this chute another road  about a mile long was made o\e  which the logs are slooped to the  lop of a steep bank, whence the  logs are rolled over into the waters  of Woods Lake.  It is with regret that we have to  recoid lhe los. sustained by Mr.  and Mr.. Sydney Edward, of  Woods Lake, in the death of their  four-months old baby, who passed  iway on the night of the 14th inst.  A heavy cold had set in which developed into bronchitis. The Utile  one's  condition   rapidly   became  vors" until it passed beyoud the  reach of its earthly parents on  Thnrsday night. The following  Saturday aflernoon the little body  wai laid away to rest in the local  cemetery. The sympathy of the  co nmunitv goes out to Mr. and  Mrs. Edwards in the loss of one  whose place in their hearts will  never be forgotten.  The government road gang under Mr. Watt have, wilhin the past  few weeks, put in a much-needed  fill across a swamp at Mr. Goodwin's place on the east side of  Woods Lake. Travel had, prev  ious to this, to go through Mr  Goodwin's orchard and past hit  house, causing a great amount of  inconvenience to him. The road  at this point was straightened oul  and an eight per cent, grade obtained. The next place to receive  attention was the old corduroy  crossing over lhe swamp leading  to the Alvaston post office froi  the main road. 1 his had become  in a dangerous position. A 66 ft,  righl-of-way was cleared out, and  wide ditches dug on each side, and  a new channel dug for the creek.  The old corduroy waa torn out and  a dirt and rock fill was made right  across the swamp, and a new  bridge buill across the creek. The  new road leading to Okanagan  Centre has Keen completed and is  now open for traffic. The tolal  length (rom it. junction with llie  Glenmore Valley road to lhe Okanagan Cenlre post office is four-and-  a-qunrter miles. A good'grade up  lhe:hill has been obtained, nnd tbe  road is of sufficient width to allow  two vehicles lo pass at any point.  It is safe to say that thi. i. one of  the most picturerque section, of  road in the district. For two miles  it follows close to the shore of  Okanagan Lake, and then the  climb up the hill is made where  ever new and refreshing glimpse,  of the lake are obtained through  the tree.. Reaching the summit  at an elevation of 700 feet above  the lake the road follow, through  a pa., in the mountain, which i.  heavily wooded with pine and fir,  and then an easy grade down the  hill on the ea.t end make, the connection with the Glenmore Valley  road at a point about a quarter of  a mile from the junction of thi.  latter road with the main Vernon-  Kelowna road. Coming down this  last grade on the new road a fine  view is obtained looking out over  Duck Lake to the frultland. in the  Ellison and Rutland di.trict. beyond.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK I  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leavei Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Lesvei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Loire. Westbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE,  FRIDAYS  Leaves Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leave. Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  An  ad. in the "Record''  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  Wa with to call your attention to tlie  fact that most infectious diseases auch as  whooping cough, diphtheria and acarlet  fever are contracted when the child has a  Id.    Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will  3uickly cure a cold and greatly leaaen the  anger of contracting thee* diaeaaea. Thia  remedy is famous lor ita cures of colda.  It centaine no opium or other narcotic and  may be given to a child with implicit  confidence.   Sold by all dealers.  NOTICE  NOTICE ii hereby given that at the  nest statutory meeting of the Board of  Licencing Comm.Mtonera for the City of  Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody, intend to  apply for a renewal of my license to sell  liquor by retail in the premises known as  the Palace Hotel, situated on the north  side of Bernard Avenue, between Wate*  Street and Pendozi Si reel, in tha Gty of  Kelowna, B.C.  Dated the 26th day of November, 1912  Whan you have a bilious attack give  Chamberlains Tablata a trial. They era  excellent.   For sale by all dealers.  Auction Sale  at th* residence of  DANIEL McLEAN. Vetnon Rd.  THURSDAY, Dec. 12. 1912  at 2.30 p.m.  Hone., Farm  Implement,  and  Hou.ehold Furniture  J. C STOCKWELL, Auctioneer.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in tbe interior  Portraita by appointment  Pendozi Street,   ���   Kslewns  ���(���''���.���NSNS'a.aVt^A* <���  Sutton's Scetk  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings,  Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Of the many  thine, that you are going to have at Xma.  CANDIES  are the most important, and just a. important it is  that you ahould get the freshest and best kinds of  candies. We are exclusive -infettioners and  devote our entire attention to thnt line of business,  and therefore are in a position lo give yeu llie  very best grades obtainable at the same price as  you would pay for cheaper kinds. Wr stock over  600 different varieties of candies, and below will  mention a few of our Xma. leader.:���  Almond Paste Bon Bon.  Marzipan Bon Bon.  Marzipan Chocolate.  Glace Pineapple  Desert Fruits (Glace)  Clarnico's  Fruit and Acid Drope  Cream Bon Bona  Sugar Almonds  Satlnettes (15 flavors)  Chry.lalized Cherries 6i Fruits  Buchanan's  Almond pa.te Saline, in over 20 varieties.  Ziegler's  Peanut-Butter Bon Bona.  Our Own Make  Over 40 varieties of Nut Toffies, Caramel Fudges, BtC  Chocolates  We have the biggest and beat assortment of Chocoln'e<  ever shown in Kelowna, including Ganong's C I)  Chocolates, Moir'., Buchanan's, Webb'. Cadhuij's  Rowntree'., Lowney's, Haida and McCon key's  Cliocolatea in Bulk and Boxra.  Fancywork Baskets and Boxes  filled with be t chocolate, i. another line superior to  anyever shown here before. The as.ottmenl ia big  and we assure you that you will find ju.t what you  want by looking over the.e lines.  Santa Claus Stockings  and Toys of all kinds, filled with candies, from 5c. to 13.  Toys and Dolls  A very Urge assortment at the right prices.  Crackers  Too numerous to mention, but you will find what vou  want by looking them over.  Almond Paste  and Allan', pure Cider for your Xma. baking. Nuts,  orange, and fruits of all kind..  Pipes, Cigars and Tobaccos  of all kinds. Don't forget a box of B. N. A. T. Co.'a  (made in Kelowna) cigars.  GET  THE   HABIT:   For the best go to  ALSGARD'S ?��*= Kelowna, B.C.  P.S.���During Cliriitmai week parcels wilt be delivered  to fell parti of the city.  i^L-L-H-L-L-MBL-.-BML-L-Li Th�� Orchard Cftu  Re-cord  Thursday, December 5  Kelowna Public School  Report for Month Ending  November 31st.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  Div.  I  II  111  IV  V  VI  VII  VIII  Attendance  No. on roll    Average  18  44  41  36  37  33  29  32  16.66  41.59  3626  32 50  32.42  28.21  25.00  27.26  Total 270 236.90  Attendance percentage : 88.  Honor Roll  Entrance   Class-Dorothy   Evans,  Lily    McMillan,    Lottie   Lloyd-  '   Jones.  Sr, IV.-Ewart Fletcher, M. Clarke,  L. Marshall.  jr. IV.���Will Sanborn, Fred White-  head, E. Goodrich.  Sf. 111.���Geo.   Pettigrew,   Blossom  Buck, Judson Copeland.  Jr. III.���Terence Crowley, Almeda  Oakes, Willie Raymer.  Sr. II.��� Chas Stewart, Allie Bawten-  lieimer, Eileen Fowler.  Jr. II ��� Bessie Duggan, Heniy Tult,  Harry   B.iwtenheimer,   Lizzie  Wilson.  Sr.    1.���Leonard   Gaddes,    Helen  Robison,      Clarence     Josselyn,  Annie Wilson.  Jr.   1.   Dorothy   Morrison,   Bessie  Haug,   Mary   Ritchie,   William  Birch.  Sr.   II.   Primer ��� Lulu   Bouvette;  Winnie Longley, Ronald   Todd,  (equal) . Donald Balsille.  Jr.   II.   Primer ��� Henry   Wliitter,  Paddy Crowley, Grace Hinks.  Div. VII.    A Class-Ethel   Hillard,  Dorothy Marty.  BClass    Edward Pettigrew, John  Buckland.  C   Class       Kenneth   McKinley,  Mildred Cameron.  Div.   VIII.    A   Class    Ralph   Ball,  Earl Wilson, I toward Leathley.  BClass    Anna Hendrix, Miriam  Small, Everett Wilson.  A Dea Moinea man had an attack of  imiaitilar rlieuinatiain in Ilia alioulnVr. A  friartd adviiied liim lo g!�� to tli* I lot  Spring., lliut meant an expense ol $150  nr inure, lie sought lor a quicker and  cheaper wav tn cure it and found it in  Chamberlain's Liniment. Three days after  the hist application of this liniment he  ivaa well.    I'or sale by all dealers.  Kelowna Board of  School Trustees  TENDERS FOR   BUILDING  SEALED TENDERS will Le received by  the undersigned up to 5 p.m. of llie I liird  .day oi January, 1913, for die erection of a  ten-room iclicol at Kelowna, B.C., building  to be of brick and to be completed not  later than August lat, 19)3. All tenders  to be considered must be accompanied hy  a ceitined cheque for at leust 5 prr cent,  of the tender ; this cheque made payable  to the order"of the Treasuier of tlie Kel-  owns School Board, I'he cheque will be  forfeited tu the School Hoard in tlie event  of the successful contractor refusing or  neglecting to enter into and complete the  form of contract submitted with llie plant)  and specifications lor the building within  ten days frum the date of notification so (���<  do by the architect or chairman of the  School Boaid.  The successful contractor will be required to furnish an approved bond of 10 prr  cent, of the amount of his contract.  The plans, specifications, and all necessary information may be had from the  secretary of the School Board, Kelowna,  B C, or G. E. Nobles, Architect. Lethbridge,  Aha.  G. H. DUNN,  Secretary,  Kelowna Board of School Trustees  Kelowna, B.C.,  November 23rd, 1912. 1-3  Mission Creek School  Honor  Roll  Sr. HI.   Rhoda Lytle, Sydney Lytle  Ruby Lytle.  Jr. Ill-Alice Pfyffer, Cyril Gillard,  Angelo Gaspardone.  II. Reader���Charles Swordy, Roxie  McLure.  I. Reader -Beatrice McLure,   Constance Gillard.  II. Piimer -Michel Mornac, Violet  Gordon.  I, Primer ��� Alex   Gordon,  Daniel  Lytle, Lorraine Scott.  Mrs. K. F. Oxley will receive for j  the first time this season on the  2nd Wednesday of (his mouth.  Remember thi. " show ei " at the j  Hospital next Thursday afternoon j  December 12th' when articles for  lhe dining room and kitchen Willi  be acceptable.  On Friday night you can go to'  Dreamland and see that fust pict-l  ure of the Balcan War series and  then you can take in the Fire Brigade Ball and it's going to be a  rip - snorter, top - notcher, humdinger- whatever that is I  r  KNOWLES'  Seventh Annual Christmas  = Opening  Saturday, December 7th.  We invite ; ou especially on Saturday Afternoon and Evening to visit  our store and enjoy looking over the many beautiful articles we have gathered  together for this Christmas season,  This is our Seuenth Annual Christmas Opening, and we are looking  forward to its being the most successful of all, due-to the increased lines shown  this year, andto the increased growth of our population.  We do not invite you to purchase, but want you to come and feel perfectly  free to walk about at your leisure, and examine the largest jewelry stock in the  interior.  Our entire staff will be pi ced at your disposal, and will consider it their  greatest pleasure to show you anythingyou care to see.  Orchestra 3 to 6 and 8 to 10.  Seventh Annual Opening  KNOWLES the JEWELER  Annual Watch Guessing  Saturday, December 14th  mam  Beautiful Large Size Solid Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp  GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE  We are offering our New Brand Kerosine oil which we claim to be the Best Grade  of oil made yet. In refining this oil we use a double process, which takes out all bad  odors.     This oil will give a Clear White Light and last longer.  In order lo advertise this oil, and get the people of the northwest using our oil, we are going to give away  2000 of our new style, large size Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp that stands 24 inches high and has a large White  Dome Glass Shade. This lamp gives 100 candle power light, and is a Beautiful Lamp for any home, and cannot  be bought at any store for less than $6.00.  OUR OFFER  Send us an order for one Barrel of our famous Silver White Kerosine Gil, that holds 42 Imperial Gallons or  52 American gallons at 21 he a gallon. We will send you Free one of our Parlor Lamps as mentioned above, and  if you are not well pleased with this oil and lamp we will make no charges for what oil you have used and will  refund your money cheerfully. We make prompt shipments  and pack lamp so it cannot be broken. We will give away  only 2000 of these lamps, so fill out coupon below, and send  us your order at once.  Address all orders to���  Empire Oil Co.  Empire Oil Co.  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Enclosed find $11.55.  ���'lease send me one  barrel  of your  Kerosine Oil,  wilh   which  I am to receive one  of your Parlor  Lamps FREE, with the understanding that if 1 am not  satisfied  my money will be returned.  Box 2196 Winnipeg, Manitoba.  We will pay you $1.50 for Barrel when Empty. Irsdaij, Decembe- 6  The Orchard Giti) Record  \rmit Us to  mounce  Opening  Our  )liday Display  lift Goods  |Q The result of many  (months' careful buying  land preparing. We feel  ���that our efforts have been  [remarkably successful ���  ���obtaining the best assort-  I ment we have ever had at  I the lowest import prices.  and St  ee  | Willits 1 Co.  IjGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  )NE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining right* of tho Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-weet Territories, and in a 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 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must bo made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself. ^  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty thall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns account-  ing -lor the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may ba 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 any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorised publication ot this  advertisement will not be paid far.  B.C. Forests Worth One}  Hundred Million Annually  .At least $100,00<WOO annually  is the value placed upon the potential growth of British Columbia  forests by R. E. Benedict, Chief of  Operation in the Forest Branch of  the Department of Lands.  " Bringing the estimate down to  its very lowest, the area of timber-  producing lands in the province  in 65,000,000 acres," says Mr.  Benedict, " and every acre should  produce 100 board feet per annum.  This would mnlce our timber crop  61 billion feet, worth about 6}  million dollars to the government,  and probably fifteen times thai  amount to the community before  it is in its final state of manufacture."  At the present time in British  Columbia there is being cut about  IJ billion feet per annum. It is  evident therefore, that the lumbering industry is just one-quarter developed.  But before the full expansion  can take place, the timber must be  protected from fire. A dry season  and a little carelessness might combine at any time to start a blazr  which would undermine the prosperity of the country. The importance of preventing fires it is impossible to overstate. The growth  of the province depends upon the  forest.  Oyama residents are petitioning  the postmaster-general to change  the name of their town to Kala-  malka. Oyama, they explain,  sounds too Japanese for their taste.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :    B.C.  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker    - ���     Kelowna  WILSON & HILL  REAL ESTATE  Room 8   -   Crowley Block  We handle some of the choicest sub-divisions  in the City of Kelowna, and investors can  be sure of  good returns on their money.  f Investigate our sub-division of Block 26, close to C.N.R. station  site.   Lots 40 x 139 ft.    All good level building lots, and absolutely certain to rise quickly in value.   Price $300 up, on easy  terms to suit the small investor.  We aro open to Hat Gty and Faim Properly.  A Job will  Always Look Better  For Being Done  WELL  Wt have every facility for doing  Job Printing  Half-Tone Work  Rush Jobs of all kinds  xRECOxRD OFFICE  New Industry for West  A new industry, that of naval  stores, may yet take a prominenl  part in British Columbia. The bull  pine of the interior has been found  by experimenters in the Foresl  Products Laboratory of the United  States forest service to yield turpentine resin in large quantities. A  bulletin recently issued shows that,  even taking into account the unfavorable weather conditions of  Arizona, California, and other western states, the amount of resin obtainable from the pines growing  there is about two-thirds of that  wliich can be had from the pines  of the south-east where turpentining is one of the main industries.  Labor is the difficulty most prom-  inent in the eves of H. S. Betts, the  compiler of the information, but he  believes that with the diminution  of the supply from the south, the  Western bull pine may yet engender new benefits to the country.  Another Egg-laying Contest  The International Egg Laying  Contest conducted during the past  year under the auspices of the Provincial Poultry Association, created  considerable interest throughout  the Province. The Provincial Department of Agriculture has arranged for another contest of a year's  duration, which opened at Victoria  on December 3rd.  The birda are divided into two  general classes, the light weights  and heavy weights. Prizes of $100  $75, $30, and $25 will be awarded  to each class.  Mr. L W. Shatford has resigned  his position as manager of the  Bank of Vancouver. ���  A writ for $ 1200 has been issued  against the city of Penticton on the  suit of Messrs. McDougall for failure of the council to allow them  to proceed with the power pipe  line after awarding the contract to  them.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true lo  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C  J. C. STOCKWELL  .   Mangr.  1 ��l    Hir'l II I   II  MAM  A JOntJfAI,  A Merry "Ad." That Set All AastraUa  I*agklBf at a Premier and  Ibis      a      Mission  Kldlcolouu.  Although the affair Happened over  ttirty yean ago, Australia still  O-ox���lus when tho name of Henderson Afrlcanus le mentioned; for It  colls to mind the biggest Joke ever  perpetrated 'down under" ��� a Joke  whioh made all Australia laugh,  covered a Premier with ridicule, and  firmly established the reputation of  the 'Melbourne Punch.'  The joke arose -trough Premier  Berry, d Victoria, being defeated by  tbe Upper House ln his effort to  change its constitution. He thereupon conceived the Idea of sending  an embassy to England to persuade  the Imperial Government towards hie  scheme ot reforming. The 'Melbourne  Punch,' however, announced that, as  there was to be an embassy, both  aides should be represented, and  promptly proceeded to appoint a  "mock embassy" on Its own account.  As-Proud as a Peacock.  After due deliberation (says the  'Newspaper Owner'), the rival "ambassador" was chosen ln Henderson  AMcanus, a full-blooded West Indian  negro, who could talk politics by the  league.  He wae hired at $1.60 a day, and  dressed ln the worst-fitting and blackest suit that could be obtained In  Mel'boruns. On his head was a fan-  'tsathwil top-bat half a yard high. In  his pocket was a huge brass watch,  and across his aldermanlc stomach  swung a brass chain large enough to  'tether a ateam-engine. Dressed In  this absurd raiment, and as proud  as a peacock, Henderson paraded  Melbourne, a delighted crowd following him wherever he went The  whole thing was a most extravagant  travesty. Of course the nigger took  himself seriously as the chief figure  in the polliUcul pantomime.  A Splendid (lirculnlon-Ralser.  "That Mr. Berry, euh, he have his  private secretary, sah. Henderson  Afrlcanus want a private secretary,  ���ah," was his request to 'Punch's' delighted management, and a secretary  he wsb given. The biggest, dirtiest,  ugliest nigger In Melbourne was hired  sind dutifully he followed at the "ambassador's" heels as he perambulated  the streets. To all and sundry Afrlcanus Introduced him gravely, "My  secretary, sah."  Everybody ln the country was talking about Afrlcanus, while the circulation of the 'Melbourne Punch'  went up by leaps and bounds. As  the Premier's departure drew near,  the paper further elaborated the joke.  Public meetings were held to support the black "ambassador." A banquet was given him, to which sixty  prominent citizens oame and Henderson was brought to the hotel worthy  of the magnificence and the importance of hlH mission. Brans bands  blared "See the Conquering Hero  Gomes," and thc populace cheered  madly as he drove up to the hotel  steps.  Kicked Oat.  lhe Joke assumed such proportions  thst the Premier became quito alarmed, und he and many ot his supporters  really believed Unit their opponents  Intended lo keep up the Joke in London, and bhu. cover the whole mission with ridicule. A quiet hint, therefore, was given to tbe shipping company that, if Henderson was given a  passage on the vessel In which the  Premier and his friends Intended to  embark, they would uot travel.  Afrlcanus was seat to the shipping  office to demand passages for h-imss.f  and his secretary. Ha waa promptly  kicked out. This provoked an outburst of simulated fury. Inriig.iit on  meetings were held to protest against  Uie outrage put upon a Victor.an  citizen at the Instance of ths provoked Ministry, and signature* were  subscribed to a petition to the Colonial Secretary at home.  But Just at this psychological moment the 'Melbourne Punch' stopped  the Joke, which had now provided  enough good copy and many, many  square yards of striking, biting .Illustrations. The Premier went on his  futile mission, and Henderson Afrlcanus took up the humble but honest  Job of newsvendor. He had done ths  'Melbourne Punch' a good service and  established It firmly as a public  favourite, which on Its merits It  thoroughly well deserves.  A WITT*  Perhaps one ot the beet definitions  of the funotlons of the House of Lords  was that given by Bishop Wllberforce  when called upon at a dinner of a  City   Company,   London,   of which  he was an honorary member, to respond to the 'oast of "The lx>rds and  ' Commons."   "Gentlemen," said he, "I  can only compare our two great iegls-  I halve Chambers to a clock, of which  : the House of Commons Is the raaln-  ' spring and the House of Lords the  { pendulum ��� a pendulum which wags,  I wags,  wags, the while It keeps the  ' mainspring in order, and prevents ths  1 clock from running down."  I    The story Is also told of .the manner ln which tlie bishop silenced some  young men who endeavoured to drag  him   Into  a  controversy   at   a   time  ', when a series of tracts, entitled, "Th*  Road to Heaven," was creating a considerable sensation. The bishop however, proved loo much for them, mers-  , ly Baying:  "The beet and only road  to Heaven I know Ib to turn to the  right and go straight ou."  Cannle Scotland   ^  A gentleman called at a house In  the North of Scotland recently, where  there was a family of six  sons,  In  addition to the father and mother.  Noticing that there were only two  chairs ln the kitchen ��� porsumably  for the use of Ihe parents ��� th*  visitor asked If the furniture was  being savod till Hie family grew up.  "Na, na," replied the mother; "we're  jlst kepin' the chairs oot o' slcht,  sae that the laddies wlnna wear duns  their breeka ower tune!"  OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, Dec 14, '12  1   i  i "     I'r Mill ���     I  Matinee at 3 p.m.  Night performance at 8.30 p.m.  The   ..  English Imperial  Hand Bell Ringers  Solos, Duets, Quartettes and Glee*  Musicians,       Vocalists,       Entertainers,  A Perfect Entertainment  A Chance for the Youngsters  To give all tke  kiddies in Kelowna  and  District an  opportunity to hear a good clean refined musical show  we offer  A Bargain  Matinee  Children 10c   -   Adults 50c.  Prices at evening performance':  Reserved $1 and 75c.  General Admis. 50c.     Children 50c.  Reserved seats on sale at Crawford's store  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   ,   ��7S,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE,  AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Christmas Presents  Like everyone eUe you are no doubt facing tha yearly probUei al  what to give to your family and friends in tha way of a Chriilnw  Gift. You art eeeking something pretty and attractive and ueeiu)  enough to be'valued and treasured.  We Can Help You  Call in aa. see our splendid allowing of  Cut Glass, French China,  Art and Fancy China  A Dainty and Attractive Selection  Electric Reading Lamps  From $6 to $45  Electric Irons, Toasters,  Heaters, Broilers, <irc.  And Every Article Guaranteed  Dicyclcs f��r l^c k��yor 'or ^c ��'c'cr o,l6���'  '"������'���'-'         iissiiii i      .i.niiL    ���mi.. �����     ���  Our stock  ii  full of  uaeful  suggestions  for Gift purpoece. end it wil pay  you to come and look around.  -II���..I- I      S .11-11      II III      ������.���!.!��      S   ���       I      ���������������������I     ���ii.pim.    w   ������  GEO. F. JAMES - Pendozi Street  P. O. Box 90  Telephone 54  ____ s  The Orchard Clti) Record  Thursday, December 5  i*<a��5_3C33_Bja&.\:;:_^K_i^c_^.:.:_.i_i:.��^^ .^.���^s&.ii.^.y^Lizjx^z.i.r.-���::::���?��� �����������:at.�� H3a_*-rr^HKsriii_,:eLa2E!_B;.:  Th  e  IF^  4.  ��1  ��t_yj  FIT  G  ETTING ready for Xmas  is one of llie pleasant things now  just at hand. Yoil may confidently come  here for everything in lhe line of eatables  and that is the most important part of the  preparations, Our large fresh slock of  Ire finest fruits obtainable has now arrived.  Come in and compare our prices and  quality, and you can't brat il.  i WANTED!  i s*Mmmasva*��***MaesT*xm*M^gast*����Mj*sW  :' C'"'s por'woiit. riral insertion and  1 Cent r "r word each nu'ifequent  imertion, minimum 25 e:Ua.  WANTED  rinin ��ewin(>, cliiidl>:ii'b clothes or   gen-  I cviil ,lt-t'iaiii��tciiig.    Apply Box 446. .X  FOR   SALE  " Hlick " Typewriter, p-etfect condition.  Cheap,   Apply'.' Record v Office,        x  |  S1 RAYED  Three-quarter |eraey heifer; hrandedPl'  ���    lk.|lll.i|.,-lipollrfl rnrnlit.     *r. r.ffered   In  ���   nny  no rttlirning licr to W. B. Pease, Black  M iintnin Rood. 4'.'lf  '���3E��srr.rv3--rTJ��  r,����a^aJ_J^l^^l<K^^r^l"^'**������**^  Choicest Raisins, 16-oz. pkg. 2 for 25c  ���      Currants      ,,      ���  11      j>  ���      Sultanas  1 Oc. pkg.  ,j      Peels-        -       -  25c. lb.  ,,      Heinz Mincemeat  25c. lb.  ���      Shelled Walnuts -  50c. lb.  ���           ,,       Almonds  50c lb.  ���      Figs   -  25c. lb.  Dates-  2 lbs. 25c  FOR SALE  ��� I Iduaehpld Furniture. Apph' tnnrmnys  or eveniflgs, ,W. T. Ashbridgo, Glerin  Avenue. ,52tf.  TAIVt WANTS PAY WORK  Apply Bos I'., " Record " Office.     52ll  TO RENT ON IRA' K  Small Warehouse.   'Phone 113.      1-2  POSTS-FOR SALE  A       Pit,  cedar  and   lamarac   posla. Price  j (ilt-liveredl quoted on application. Applv  Bouv, ii,- a Mauser, P.O. Box 443. . 29  All kir.ls of Glnzrd nnd Ci'ysU-lizr-d Fruits  A Nice Piece of China  makes a good Xmnn present.    We have a few lines left.    You  don't know wliat we have till you come and see.  Get the Habit, go  to  FOR SALE  Two stoves, refrigerator, bookcases am!  aiiinlry articles,   w. T. .Ashbridge, Glenn  Auenue. 2-3  SiIUATION WANTED  n<t I Mp l,v Scotch girl. In or near town.  Apply Box^46. 2  FOR SALE  Bicycle.      Cheap.      Apply     " Record "  Oflioo.  2tf  ���Phone - 35  YOUNOMAN REQUIRES WORK  around  town.   Good  r.t nny Hnd   of  work.   Boxll-I, "Record" oflice. 2  D. A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger  Apply  Above llie "Record" Office  F_,THE PEOPLE'S STORE ���_���,  Gloves Headquarter, for the Economical Buyer .    Hosiery  ��� . �����'��� '���'    ��i  -T- ���,.   .,���_!���- ������   .T-T.'AaV--���  FuraishiiT.nf  Department  Sheep-lined Gals  hie-in $6 up  Mai l ii o\v (',.. \n hi -I  Pa: i-   in   !'���. ., I ; - .1  Gt' \       I lirsr- i,i>   li,,'  c  1  I mlerCQARSS"  in,,!   .midi In-, qua!-  1   ,1 nn) wlirto,  (I   lalll's lined)  Gloves and Mills  lii nil the best  l.iiwt o(  1 1. -me 1 lidc, Gulf Skin, Pig Skin, Bui 1, Skill, kc.  M  ocassn.s  I he (.'(*' nine I [envy IVloogt?, Jii8l the  ihlllg   fni  cold wenllier jn llie lulls  Sweali is, Socks,   ,  Underwear,  L.otini,iii|�� Robr s,  Smoking Jackets,  etc.  blTlict,' v,-r;,!l h 'j? ill..| | ,  uiiyfiul 11. ss'Furiiisli.  in��   store  enniee   in  si i. I,.  SatiaUclion G I,���,-'���!  .or iinncy reluncl, d  A lull ,r ., I. ���( i!,���  .Granby Rubbers  on   liainl   which   *r<*   very    iirc-matny   for  llie mud  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  ���Phones:       Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  elowna  .ver  This year there were o^er  25,000 cases of Tomatoes  canned in the Kelowna  Cannery, and that proves  one thing conclusively���  that all who have used  Kelowna Tomatoes here-  ' tofore have been so well  pleased with them that  they are demanding them  again this year, which  proves conclusively this  fact, that they are  The Best  Canned Tomatoes  on the Market  I he same may be said of  any of other Kelowna  Canned Vegetables, or  Fruit) viz., Beans, Pumpkins, Plums, Peaches and  Apples.  Did you ever try  Blue Funnel  CATSUP?  Put up in  bottles by the  Kelowna Canning Co., Ld.  25c. per bottle  Beans -       15c. can  Tomatoes - 3 cans 50c.  Peaches & Plums, 25c. can  Apples        -    3 cans 50c.  Ask for  Kelowna Canned Goods  I  Announcement  MESSRS.  CASORSO BROS.  beg to announce that they  are now open for business in  their new  Butcher Store  Best quality of fresh local  -meat sold  PROMPT  DELIVERIES  WATER STREET  Behind Bank of Montreal  Phone" 194  P. O  Boxl 2 '  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating & General Howe Repairs <  General House Repairs.will, be '  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call   ut   office   if   in   town, 'phone   or  write if at home.  Why not TRY a " Want " Ad-  in the " Record?"  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, nnd true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, tliat got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-yenr-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  liow.  Come and see our stock. -  Okanagan Valley Nursery  ���ar-" -���HK-����������apr  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  Christmas Hardwan  The McKenzie Ca   -Limited   �����^^3$^  16 Days of Gift Seeking  It's  nor easy  to decide on what you shall buy,  but we can give you valuable  assistance  and  SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEV  Finest "Buzz" Cut  Glass  32 pieces of choice aelectioni.  .Sugar  and Cream,   Water  SetD,   Spdon   Trays,  Berry Bowls, ox.  Roger's Cutlery in Beautiful Cases  Carving Sets, Knives and  Forks, Fruit Knives,  Coffee   Spoons,  Tea  Spoons,   Children's   Sels  Numerous other Gifts for Child  Good substantial HARDWARE CIFTS always appreciated.  I land Sleighs, Dolls' Carriages, T0Q| Sets, Skates, Hockey  Slicks, Pucks, and lots of funny things.  ALL  NEW  STOCK  ren  Dalgleish & Harding  KELLER   BLOCK

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