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Array VOL. V.   NO. 47.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  City Expenditure  Must be Kept Low  REVENUE KOT MORE THAN  BUF-  F1CIE.\T SOU SALARIES  The council held its regular masting  Friday morning last with a till attendance.  A letter waB read from Mr. H. A.  Heggie, solicitor for the Canadian  Northern Railway Co., and Mackenzie,  Mann ti Co., enolosing an alfidavit io  reference to the ownership; of the prop^  city held in Kelowna by these companies, and stating that tha taxes levied against them'would have to be declared uncollectable. The clerk waa instructed to reply that the,council had  decided lo levy taxes against the property in question until satisfactory  proof was received that the property  was being used for railway purposes.  Mr. Geo. llowclille wrote requesting  the council to have two loads of earth  or gravel placed i at the intersection of  Ellis street and Haynes avenue. Mr.  L. Hayes of tbe Canning Company also aaked for a few loads of gravel  to be placed on Cadder avenue west.  These matters were referred to the  board oi works.  Mr. A. L. Burke asking to be advised of the council's docision in reference to his application for a refund and ths licence fee oolleoted from  him as an insurance agent. Tho olerk  reported that he had submitted the  matter to the oity solicitors who had  advised laying it before the secretary  of the Union of B. C. Municipalities.  The dark, was, ih the meantime' instructed to ask Mr. Burke for a copy  of tne Attorney-General's letter to  which he referred in a communication  of Sept. 8th., laat.  Mr. S. D. Colquette applied for an  increase in salary by $26 por month.  As the oounoil was, however, approaching the end of its term gf office, the letter was laid on the table  to be dealt with by the iaooroing  council. '" '�����,-  -, ���  , Several letters were read in connection with the sale of the oity debentures. ft  The chief constable submitted his  monthly report for September. A total  of 25 oases- had been brought before  Magistrate Boyce, 22 of them wero  "drunks." 2 begging on the streit.  and 1 refusing to pay trade licence  Tn the latter oase a fine including cost  of $3.60 was inflicted and an order  made to pay the $50 lioenoe. An appeal was entered against this decision-  The report also included a detailed  statement of oity work done by prisoners during the month, amounting  in all to 252 hours. The total of fines  collected during  September was    $71-.  A form of agreement between the  oity and John Casorso in referenos to  a temporary connection of their new  block with the sewerugo system, in  whioh tho cost was equally shared between the city and Mr. Casorso. was  submitted, and a resolution passed  ratifying the same and ordering its  signature.  Alderman Copeland was requested to  secure estimates for the laying of a  storm drain on the lane south of Bernard avenue from tho Casorso block  to the lake. ,  Rebates of certain tuxes were allowed  to Mr. L. Holman and to the Kelowna Canning Co.  The olerk report*),! having been requested by Mr. Mulholland to attach  the corporate seal to hia plan of subdivision of part of Block 37, registered  plan 202. Mr. Mulholland having received those plans from tho land registrar with a requsat that the seal  be attached. The olerk pointed out  that there were arrears of taxes on a  part of the property, and Mr. Mulholland had disputed bis liability for  these arrears, . ���  After some discussion a resolution  passed as follows: "That the corporate seal of the oity be attached to  !}ll plans previously passed by the oity  counoil (by resolution) and on whioh  taxes had been paid."  Alderman Copeland was given authority to have a new flooring placed  upomPendozi street bridge, which was  in bad condition.  Alderman Copeland suggested that  Alderman Thompson should be paid  $82.60, being t ho .cost of a sidewalk  whioh ho had put in al his own expense on Wolsoley avenue. Tho discussion, however, drifted away from  the point am! no nation wsb taken.  His worship, the mayor, strongly advised all departments to koep down  their expenditures to the lowest pos-  .stble figure us the revenue in     sight  Awful Explosion Id  Md Colliery  ENORMOUS DBaRi a-IST IN MINK  DISASTER'  One ol the roost horrifying disasters  recorded in the recent annals occurred  near Cardiff, Wales, Tuesday and it  ib feared that no lees than lour hundred and eighteen ro ners haVe perish,*"!  from fire, and after damp. Shortly  after 9.30 a.m., subsequent to tho  descent of the men into the pit} a  terrific explosion shattered the works  of the Universal Colliery, and the  ventilating and hoisting maohinery  was blown to atoms, So violont was  the concussion that a man working  60 feet from the pit head was decapitated by the force of the turific  blast/ ensuing. Immediately men and  womon from the neighborhood, only  too (amildar with the dread Bound,  flocked to tho pit head and a scene of  tragic horror followed.  The men of the night shift flormed  rescue parties and seeking n  trance by an adjoining shaft made  frantic preparations lo enter tho  mine to succor their entombed com-  rados. Aa they penetrated the workings they encountered soveral groups  of men huddled together for safety  in the pockets of tho mine, many of  whom were unconscious by reason of  the bad air generated by the explo  sion. These men were hurried to the  surface, and nt noon no loss than  412 had been brought up from the  recesses of thn mine. Many of them  are in a serious condition, but hopeB  are entertained for thc r recovery.  At the same pit an explosion thirteen years ago killed 120 miners, only  ono of those below at the timo be'ng  brought up alive.  Subsequent new* is of a most serious nature. The fire is rapidly spreading in the mine, and has now reached  the intake airway, thus, shuttirt; off  the air supply, snd the gravest doubts  now entertained as to the ;k>--.V  bility of rescuing any more of the miners alive.  Improved Lake Service  Promised  As a result of the recent visit to  tho Okanagan from Mr. F. W. Peters,  general superintendent of British 'Columbia lines for the C.P.R., there is  likely to bo a number ol improvements  in the facilities at many of the different places in the valloy. Tho advisability of enlarging the steamship service on the lake, and also of extending the train service will as a result  of Mr. Peter's- visit have serious consideration. It is generally understood  that when the now boat, which is being built at the Landing, is completed,  there will be a double daily boat sor-  vioo on the lake, says the Summer-  land Review.  would only be sufficient to pay the  regular salaries. The city had borrowed the full amount of this year's  taxss from the Dank of Montreal, and  payments on taxes would havo to be  applied on this loan. Although tho  finance committee were using their best  endeuvors to negotiate private loans  hs could give no assurance that thoir  efforts would meet with success. Undor  these circuinstanoes ho thought all expenditures on capital account should  be stopped.  The olerk was; instructed to wire the  Municipal Construction Co., to await  further orders before liffpping thc oar  of wood pipe, etc, on.order.  Ths following arcounts wore thsn  passed for payment:  J. Amberto  $ 3.00  J. Ottilie   3.00  Dominion Express Co .8.33  C. P. R.    freight .,   1. 7  P. E. Corby  '61.50  Dr. H.L.A. Keller   9.80  Geo. Markhnm  10.00  James Aokroyd   0.00  W. Craze  .'.  ,  0.00  James Wilkie   7.67  Kelowna Carriage Works   S.65  0. K. Lumber Co  10.85  Kelowna Machine Shops   55.25  D. Leokla   1.84  D. Leokio   89.91  Morrison Thompson  Hdwe. Co .  16.02  W. Haug   202.34  Claud H.  .lames ��t Tronwilh  ...  9.60  0. K. Lumhcr Oo  1.75  Peclfio Coast Pipo Co  .13,00  Canadian Westinghouse Co  3.03  Vemon Hardware Co. Ltd  18.00  DARING AVIATOR FLIES l.NDEU FOUR BRIDGES  This photo shows William Thaw, the wealthy young spoilsman anil aviator performing the unprecedented (eat of flying under the four bridges  which span tho East river, separating N'cw York from Long Island.  Together with Stephen Mncllordon, Thaw started on his aerial voyage  from New Haven, Conn., to New York, in a Curtis flying boat shortly  after 8.3') on .Sunday morning. The journey of approximately one hundred miles consumed un hour and twenty minutes. Taking of the time  for slops and manoeuvring Ihe flying timo was at a rate of over a mile  a  minute.  Thc last stage of lire journey, in which the aerial travellers flew under the bridgoa, wus the most spectacular. Aviators have shunned this  feat on account ol the treacherous air enrreuts which eddy about under  lhe bridges and over tho famous Hell (into. No trouble was encountered nt nny of these points by Thaw, and MacOordon, They said that  Hell flatu wa i one ol tho smoothest spots in the entire journey.  After sailing under Brooklyn bridge, the aviators flew around-tho statue of liberty and encircled nn oceau liner in the liny before landing Nnt    Oakland    lioach,    Staien   Island.  This Illustration shows  the air bout aliop'  bridge.  ���-gf, ,   lo pass henonth Manhatta  CAFE CHANTANT  Saturday, Oct. 2oth will be u day  to rejoice the heart of man, woman  and child in Kelowna��� Why?, You ask  ���Because it is Ihe day of the Cafe  Chantant!  There will be a uiatinee and evening  performance, and at both there will  be a continuous stream of fun and  frolic.  Amongst the various itains will ho  thoso popular favorites; Mr. and Mrs.  A. L. Soames, in one of their inimitable scotches : While several other  leading ladies' and gentlemen of Kelowna have- promised their services.  Mrs. Hankey. of Vernon is coming  down with her pierettc troupe in their  "Moonstruck" turn (iu coBtuine.) Mrs.  A. L. Soames will be the soloiBt in  this item. v  Tho side shows will consist ol Hat  Trimming competition for gentlemen.  Candy storo, Aunt Sally and Ring  Board, bran tub nnd cariontdres ,7 by  lhat well known artist, Mi. II. Leslie,  ��.nd then the gusaslng cimpotltion  whon there will lie several very useful  articles to win. The orchestra of tin-  K. M. and D. S. hnve kindly consont-  od to play seiVtions in tlie evening.  Then last, but.nut least is tin- Japanese lea shop, which will bo or.on nl  both performances. This will lie Hold  iu lhe gallery of the hull nnd is under  innnngcinont of Mrs, l.ionol Taylor  und Mrs. Crawfoiil.  The price of admission 'lo the hall  will be 25 coots.  Tho Cafe Chantant. is in aid of lhe  K. M. and D.S . So nil come and help  to place on a sound basis u Sooiety  whioh has done so much for the pleasure and amusement  of Kelownn.  SONS OF KNi.l.AND LODGE OEOW-  ING  The regular fortnightly inciting of  ��� the local lodge of the Sous of Eng-  j land Benefit Society was hold last  I Thursday and was one of the most  I successful of tho year. Tho ntlondnnr:  wus excellent and the occasion was  remarkable for the number ot" candidates initiated, the largest aince the  Inauguration of the lodge. The branch  of the society was started in Kelowna  over two years ago and since that  time has had a difficult caresr, owing  to scarcity ol member-'. Now, however it appears to he thriving and is  receiving ino.v hearty support, al-  though there is still room for more  members, but is matters prognfie as  favorably as they have ben doing in  the past three months it will soon  be the strongest lunju in the city.  There aro a number of men in the  vicinity who are eligible for membership nnd oughi to rive flair support  lo the sooiety in view of-its excellent  aims nnd objects. It is thought that  tin' present quartan in tho Koller  block mny soon lie too small ,o ac-  rotntnodate n large meeting. Spaou  forbids mention of the Iwnefits accruing to members but enquiries are solicited nnd it is hoped that soon ovory  available Englishman iu tho disuict  will be enrolled in the support of the  traditions of which he professes to be  so justly proiul.  Next Sunday will be held the Anniversary services at Knox Presbyterian  churoh.  Mr. and Mrs. Mucauley lost their  infant son on Sunday lasl, the funeral  taking place Monday.  Tne wedding  is to tako placo     tonight at the home of Dr. Gaddes,   ol  William  Cannon lo  Miss  Marian    Mr  Clarty.  An interesting wedding took luce  Thursday evening Inst when Mr. I'm  est W. Sanndors, proprietor ol tho  Kelowna Dairy, was married In Miss  Eva J. Birch. Tho ceremony which  wns a quiet ene was performed by lho  Rev. J. C. Hwitser.  The Kelowna Furniture Co., is unloading this week a ear oi grass chairs  shipped from Hong Kohl'.  Tho monthly meeting ol the board  of trade has been postponed from tho  -'lsl lo the 2Hth of the present month.  The fuuornl took place last Sunday  afternoon of W. J. Shain. who, was  bast known in town as a prominent  poultry fancier.  On Monday morning last at the  I'reBbyterian church. John Galbraith,  foreman plumber with tho J. A. Morrison Co., was married to Miss .lean  Nairn, who arrived from Sootland only the previous Friday.  Fred Addison, aged 30, an omployee  o( tho C.'I'.R., met instantnnoousdeath  shortly after eleven o'clock Monday  morning in Kamloops, whilo engaged  in assisting in the unloading of piles  on Main street west, in connection  with the double tracking work of the  company.  Burden of Increasing  Armaments  I>U. DAUBY PLEADS FOtt PEACK-  UltArTING METHODS OF Wffi  SHIP BUILDING INTERESTS  X At a meeting m the Presbyterian  church last .Tuesday night Dr. William  Evans Darby, the great writer and  speaker on the abolition of armaments  made an appeal on behalf of the Peace  Society of Western Canada for the formation of a branch of that organization in Kelowna.  Dr. Darby is an eloquent and force-  hil speaker, and his years of experience in working for puaoe have  brought him into contact with some  of lhe greatest British and continental  statesmen of the day, anil tjiven his  words a weight and authority whioh  few  men possess.  The subjects of "war*' and "peace"  he said, were two sides of) one of the  greatest questions of modern times.  That of war was always most prominent. From the falso patriotic standpoint in which it was usually regarded it made an almost constant appeal to the public which amounted almost to hypnotic suggestion. What  war really waB., however, it waR im  possible for people who had no experience of it to form any idea. No  adequate conception of its horrort. was  conveyod by the newspaper reports.  "There was nothing so awful," said  the Duke of Wellington, "as a battle  gained, oxcepti a battle lost."  Nearly all wars, he said sprang  trom thc same cause, greed for new  territory, and were alike in their  churucter and final results.  Ue referred to the recent wars in  Kurope and the dire etlect on commerce and financial stability, due to  the wonderfully complex condition of  modern life, whioh made other countries feci the consequence when  nations went to war.  The gigantic evil of the growth of  modern armaments was condemned in  strong terms. Dr. Darby being particularly emphatic in exposing the  fallacy ofc the phrase "If you want  peace, prepare for war." People; usually get what they prepare for, and  threw * huii energy into. If nations  worked for peace with anything .ika  the enthusiasm with winch they prepared for war there would soon Le  no need for armaments.  The resources of nearly all the nations were being wasted on preparations for war. Great Britain's expenditure had grown in a few; years from  seven millions to seventy-three mill-  ionu. The most sinister part of the  evil was however,that thia growth wae  not due to natural causes but because of persistent and organized efforts to push the thing forward.  The German war scares, be hinted  were nothing moro than an organized  effort on the part of the big ship  building concerns to secure mora or-'  ders for ships. The recent expo fluxes in  connection with the German firm of  Krupps, proved that they had been  using aU kinds of expedients to push  their buainoss, even to the extent of  send ng agents to other countries to  stir up war scares.  These exposures had set certain investigators to work in Great Britain  and many ourious discoveries had been  made, There were seven great* firms  in Knglnnd, with capital' ranging from  five to fifty million dollars forming a  rdoel and ship building ring which had  the government at its meroy. This  ring had adopted the same tactics as  tho German firms. They wore actuated  by no patriotic sentiments, but only  a desire to pay big dividends.  There was a movement, said the  speaker, to introduce this kind of  thing into Canada. "If you do put  this burden upon your neck" he said,  "you will never get rid of them." Hs  failed to nee any reason for such an  action on Canada's part.  Mr. Lloyd George had recently announced that naval expenditures would  be grenter this year instead of less.  r.ieiv was no help for it, it was  said. "Other countries were doing it  and Britain would have to do the  same." ignoring the fact that Britain  was sotting the paoe.  Ho (.ketche-d tho prosrrn.s of the  FTatmc conference* from thoir inception  at the invitation of tho Czar of Rub-  iria to lho rooont opening of the now  Palace of Ponce, mntlo ponsible by the  generosity of Andrew Carnegie, The  Hague conference althoutrh they had  done much for the advancement of ar-  Another Terrible  a  ii  Sea  MANY LIVES LOST WHSN SHIP  BURNS IN SID-OCEAN  A terrible marina di.auter which 're- '  culls tome af (ha horror, oi th. Biuk-  ing of th. "Titanic-" occurred laat  week end in the burning of (he Steamship Volturno in mid-Atlantic with a  loss, so far as known, of 135 lives and  tha rescue of 521. The survivors are  now aboard a fleet ol steamers summoned by the Volturno'. wireless call ,.  for help, some of which are bound  eastward and others westward. ' *'-  The Volturno, sailed from Rotterdam  on October 2nd, for New York, and ���'  according to the . official statement,  ���he carried twenty-two first.cabin pa*  sengers, 539 steerage and a crew of  ninety-six. ' ;  The fescue ships reached (he scene ol   ''  the disaster in plenty of time. to save    ,   -  all, but for hours stood by the bias- - *.  ing vessel, impotent because of     the  storm' to reach .the agonized men, women and   children crowding the after-  part of the ship and within a stone's   '  throw of (hem.  All night Thursday the lifeboats "  made a desperate effort to get along-  side the Volturno, but (he waves, beat  them baok again and again, and not  until;(he storm abated at daylight on \*~'  Friday did the rescuors .succeed in removing the survivors from (he doomed  ship.  Even now only (he fringe' of one of  the most thrilliog tales of (he Ma is  available. Exactly how (he rescue waa  effected is not known. The Volturno  waB equipped with boats .sufficient, the  agents say, for 1,000 people, but the  boisterous sea or lack of boat drill, or  panio among (he passengers prevented  tho successful employment of them..  The rescue ships were able to lower  lifeboa(s, but. apparently most ol the  boats launched Irom the Volturno were  smashed or upset and the occupants  drowned. a  Tha    Volturno   was still afloat on  Sunday  afternoon  in latitude     47.37  north, longitude 33.45 west. Tbere'is a  possibility of    th.    hull' yet reaching  land unless the British cruiser,     sent  out for (he purpose reaches and   des- -  eroys her.     Failing (his,    she would  ..  be a prize for salvage according (o  a.  wireless dispatch from the Campania,      ,  whioh last sighted the Volturno when  the hull of the abandoned vessel was  good condition and was moving south  east at a knot an hour, and appeared  likely to float indefinitely     -���':  '    -'.-':"  The I.a Touraine arrives at Havre,  Tuesday morning with 42 survivors of  the Volturno aboard. Among them  were eight children of from three to  twolve years, whose parents either peri  ished or are aboard somo other of tho  resouing  steamers.  The Devonian has also reached I.iv-.  orpool with fifty survivors, several of  them crazed. .  -  .��� .   GROWTH OK APPLE INDUSTRY  The enormous growth of (he appl'.  industry in Washington, Idaho, end  other northwestern states was demonstrated at the recent conventi In uf  the Northwestorn Pacific, Fruit Distributers at Spokane. One thousand car.  for future delivery were sold through  the association for a total' price of  approximately four million dollars.  The oars approximated one thousand  dollars each. One of Wonatchie apples  in New York brought two thousand  dollars. It consisted ol Winter Bananas, Jonathans, King Davids, and  Grimes' Golden. All the one thousand -  dollar cars averaged from 11.35 to  (2.00 a box, f.o.b., shipping point  Tho northwest apple crop for, 1913  is estimated at seventy-five hundred  cars, or about four million live hundred thousand boxes  ��� '���������]   , ifi* 1^  ...   4   ���  -1  Miration methods, would nol discuss  disarmament, owing to the Met that  so many of those taking part were  drawing' dividend, from the manufacture of ships and war materjal.  In donolusion he warned the people,  of Canada to beware of follnjwing the  example of Japan, whioh had entered  tho gamo of war, and than whioh no  country was more heavily burdened  or weary of the whole business.  At tho close of tho meeting a -eom-  m ttee w�� - minted to proceed with  the formation of a branch oi .the  Peace Sooietv in Kelowna.  Vj K4EL0WNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1918.  aprnmavMa*****.**4****  *�� *��  ��    MWFSttSIOHAI, AND    ������  *       SVSLNKSS CARDS      **  ���* **  ��***���* ��*MM**t*��. MM ������  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solictton,  Notariea Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, �� B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C,  f. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  H.w-*��a BUtk, K.lown.   -   'Phon. 206  P.O. Bex, 509  ��. Harte*. IA, ta. C.t. D.LS.. B.C.L.S..  GHARLKS   HARVEY;  SV8L BNQNEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  fW 147.      ' P.O. Baa 2)1  PIANCfCRTE  MB, HAROLD TOD  BOYD  RECEIVES PUPILS  .Al tf>t Sl.Jio. Tnuh Nick. K.lown..  Strut, st emr, *U��:npWon  ,uppli��d.  P.O. Bex 437  R1GHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  ��V!L ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 157  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  r..e. ������< us 'Pkoa. ��e  Corner Ptneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  - siTtt Icitont in  M..0FOBT1., VIOLIN and ORGAN  alto  French Lessons  Gonvtmtionnl or otlterwi��c|  STUDIO -iMorriton-Thompion Block  JOHN CURTS  CCflTltACTOR a rUILDER  Plan* and Specifications Prepared  and eatimate* given for public Buikl-  irig*,To r. n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Plauolarta, Organ, Voice Production  tinging, Harmony, Counterpoint, Sc.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (AuocUl* of thi Royal CoIIcga of Organ..**, Und.)  Ci���� Isssost in ths above aubieclt,  Qualified   by   cnm.ini.io...     Many  PIANOFORTE  qMaw at local .xarain.iions (Trinity  Colli.e. London)  li ;�����' mntmlul leaching eaparkaw  (Stadia   ���   Rarnutr Block  8. W. THAYER, D.V.S. .  VHTBR1NARY SUROBON  (Cm.u.u McGill Ualnnkr)  Realdenee t  GLENN AVENUE  Mmw may ba Ufi .1 th. office ol  fllltri. lUtUnbury b Willi.mi  Siaa PRANCES A. PEARSON  I..R.A.M. (London)  tMc)���tt COITaCt  SVOICI PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 368, K.lown..  Or apply " Record * Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  DARRISTBR, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��, Willi.'a Bloch   -   Kelowna, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  I ana a complete plant cf power  mixer, and .11 appliances (or concrete  conduction ol ..cry kind, .nd am  dentine all my attention to tait work,  ia which I have had many ye.rt'  Mp.ri.nc.  All Kinda of   eir.enl Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundation* and Sidewalk*,  Excavating Contract*  H. WITTER  effREi RESIDENCE,  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  St.BO    Mr  re*r:    7S... tut    months      United  Utm SO otatt additional.  All subscriptions ptvibU in mIv.dci.  Subscrlbus it tat rtiiular rttt cud have  Sllrt pane, nirlnl to lri��u.U nl > diitaaci  M HALF RATB. I.t.. 78 matt nee ytnr.  TUa tpMUl MivrUus It (ranted lor tbe  ot talvttUtta. th* citv end district.  Advertising Rat**:  LODUB M0TICB8. FROKISSIONAL CARDS.  BTO.. M �����, mr solumo iac. per wstk.  LANS AND TIMBER NOTICES-DO ,li,v��. I��:  ���0 awrt. It.  WATBB NOTICES���19 lof live insertions.  LBQAL ADVHRTISlNU-lflril    Insertion.    12  gMtt ptr Hat: taok .abttqatut Insertion, a  ctatt tut II**.  CLASSIFIED ADVEBTlBBMENTS-2 watt V"  word nnt tu��rtio��. 1 cut nr word ��...  subuquent uwtrtioa.  DISPLAY    iADTBBTI8BMBNTS-Two    InoU-  tnd under 60 stall per  inch lint insertion:  tvtr two ladat 40 owl. oor Inch tint in  eertion 20 ttntt ptc Inrrt,   taen subseuotrtt  liiHBa.  AU cat*.** la toatrtet tdverlisem.'nts muat  biTin thTkMii. ol tht printer bv Tucedtv  ���vtnln.    to   mnn   publication  j.  tht    next  WILL STUDY FRUIT INDUSTRY IN  UNITED STATES  Mr. R. M. Winslow, provincial llor-  ticulturalist, ia accompanying Mr. J.  A. Kidston, a member of the commission appointed to inquire intu the condition of the agriculture of the province, on a journey into the United  States, undertaken with the object ol  making n study of the working ol  district organizations, marketing organizations and the development ol industries for the utilization of by-products of the orchard. During this visit  both California and the apple producing states will be covered and information gathered in regard to the cilrus  fruit industry as well as the fruits.also grown here in British Columbia.  THROUGH C.N.R. TRAINS BY AUGUST NEXT  <   "By Juno noxt, the Canadian Northern will run through trains between  Toronto and Edmonton, and by August through trains will commence, running from Montreal to thc Pitcirio  Caast via Edmonton, over the C.N.R."  This announcement was made Monday by Sir Donald Mann, vice-president ol the C.N.R.. on his trip through  the west. Sir Donald said that the  line connecting Sudbury and Port Arthur would be finished by December,  and the two ends of steel on the main  line between Edmonton and the Pacific  Coast will be conneoted about ths middle of next summer.  About 1,000 miles ol new traok ait  being laid by the Canadian Northern  this year, and by the time the line  Irom Montreal to th. Pacific Coast is  opened, ths Canadian Northern will be  operating 10,500 miles ol railway in  the Dominion.  SUFFRAGETTES ATTACK KING  AND QUEEN  King George and Queen Mary, who  attended a command performance at  * London music hall Saturday night,  had a narrow escape from being mobbed by suffragette.. The women, who  bad gathered In considerable numbers,  made a dash for the Royal carriage  on its arrival at the theatre, shouting  "Women are being tortured ln prison."  They had almost reached the carriage  when the police closed around. Still  shouting "Vote, for women." 'hey  were hurled back. The suffragettes were  treated roughly by the crowd, hut all  managed to escape arrest.  C.I'.R. WINTER SCHEDULE  Another postponement of thn time  for the new winter schedule to become  effective is announced by C.I'.R. trnffio  officials. Th* new time card will corns  into operation on Ootober So, accord-!  ing tn latest report*, difficulties in  arranging the schedules in the eaBt  being responsible for the change.  Three transcontinental trains will be  operated daily during the winter into  and out of Vanoouver.  In consequence of the resignation of  Baron Alverstone, Sir Rufus Isaacs,  Attorney General, will, it is expected,  be appointed I-ord Chief Justice. Sir  Rufus will be succeeded by Sir John  Simon, tho presont Solicitor-General.  An Englishman who has made a  study of trade, advise* Canada to tako  the duty off British machinery, steel  and iron girders, and such heavy  goods. Theae would be loaded on big  tramp steamers, which would bring  back Canadian wheat and othor produce at low rates. Thc plan is worth  think over.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  The secretary of the Kelowna Hospital acknowledges receipt ol the following donations:  Mrs. A. S. Mills, marrows; F. iend,  tomatoes, apples, corn; Mrs. Willits,  musk mellon; Mrs. Rowcliffe, eight  crates fruit, two boxes tomatoes; F.  A. Taylor, plums: Rembler. Paulr, box  prunes; Mrs. Geo. Patterson, two boxes apples; L. Ramponi, two sacks of  onions; Mrs. Riohards, fish; Fall Fair,  four boxes apples; Mr. Wrigglesworth,  fish; D. W. Sutherland, grapes; Mr.  Barlee, box apples and prunes; Mrs.  K. F. Morrison, two quarts pickles;  Mrs. .1. Nicol, box peaches nnrl tomatoes; Baptist Church, harvest festivals,  fruit and vegetables; Church ,f ���' g-  lantl, liarvost festival, fruit anil vegetables; Mrs, Newby, pickles; Mrs. Lytle, box tamntoes: Mr. Morrison, two  crates peaches.  Cash contributions:��� Tho Mackenzie  Co., *25. F. Thorneloe. tn. F. Thor-  neloe, to maternity building. $ii.  That the ChiBnnn stampede is nothing more or less than a transparta-  tion and road house game, is the opinion of 11. T. *3oyco, who returned to  Prince Rupert from the northern country, but it has yet to be found, ne  said, anil addH. '���The stampede hns  busted." A great many of the old timers have gone back to the United  States.  A material change of policy in farm  machinery is noticeable in Saskatche-  was this year. Whereas in the past  the farmers have been buying threshing outfits costing from U *r to six  thousand dollars, they are r., w purchasing a smaller outfit, ant1! quite  capable of taking care of the work  of an ordinary farm, at a cost of $700  An enormous number of these small  outfits havo been sold.  City of Kelowna  WARNING  Notice is hereby given that the Municipal Council has this day ordered  that the Provincial Traffic regulations  be strictly enforced in this city. Vehicles meeting must turn to the left.  A vehicle being overtaken must turn  to the left. A vehicle overtaking another must turn to the right. Furious  racing or driving on the streets is  prohibited.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, 0. C. City Clerk  October 3rd,  1913. 46-7  City of Kelowna  CITY OF KELOWNA  TAKE NOTICE THAT:  1.���The Council ol the Corporation of  the City of Kelowna intends to construct as a local improvement, a Sanitary Sewer on tho first lane south of  Bernard avenue between Water street  und Pendozi street, and intends to  specially assess the cost upon the land  abutting directly on the work.  2.���The estimated cost of the work  is tl.SOO.OO. The estimated special  rata per foot frontage is $2.50. The  special assessment is to be paid iu  twenty anntiai instalments.  3.���A petition against the work will  not avail to prevent it* construction.  G. H. DUNN  Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT:  1.���The Counoil of tho Corporation ol  tin' ('ity of Kelowna intends to construct ns.n local improvement, a Sanitary Sewer on 1 Ire lirst linne nortn ol  Bernard avonuc between the north-west  corner of Lot 5 in Hegistored Plan  505 and Water street, and intend, to  specially assess tho cost upon the land  abutting directly on Ihe work.  2.���The estimated cost of the work  is tl,80000. The estimated special  rato per foot frontage is $3.70. The  Bpecial assessment is to be paid in  twenty annual instalments.  3.���A petition against lho work will  not avail to provont its construction.  Dated this 10th day of October, 1013  G. H. DUNN  Clerk.  TAKE NOTICE THAT:  1.���Tho Council of t/ho Corporation of  tho City of Kelowna intends to construct as a local improvement, a Sanitary Sewer on.the first lane north of  Bernard avenue, botween Water street  and Pendozi Btreet, and intends to  specially assess tho cost upon the land  abutting directly on the work.  2���Tho estimated cost of the work  is $1,000,00. The estimated speoial  rate per foot frontage is $7.70. The  special assessment is to be paid in  twenty annual instalments.  3.���A petition against the work will  not avail to prevent its conatruction.  Dated this 10th day of October, 1913  G. H. DUNN  4.7-8. Clerk.  City of Kelowna  MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST, 1914  Notice ia hereby given that tha  Voters' List of tho City of Kelowna,  for the year 1914, is being prepared.  The following are tlie qualifications  required by municipal voters:  1.���AS AN OWNER: Any male or  female,, British subject of the full  age of twenty-one years who ia  tho assessed owner of land or real  property within the corporate  limits of this City of the assesBed  value of not less than one hundred dollars;  Provided that when the asses-  Bed owner Ib the holder ol    the  last agreement to purchase   said  land or real property or tha last  assignee of said agreement,   such  nsBesaed owner, before having his  name entered on the voter*' list  shall    have filed with the    clerk  or assessor of tho eity before the  closing of the voters' list a statutory declaration proving that he  or she is tho holder of the   last  agreement    to purchase land or  real property or iB the last assignee thereof, by the terms of which  such holder or assignee is liable  to pay the taxes, hns paid    the  current years taxes and is a British subject. OWNERS' declarations  must be filed before 5.00 p.m., on  Monday, December 1st, 1919.  2.-AS A LICENCE HOLDER:   Any  male or female, British subject of  tho full nge of twenty-one yeara  who is tho holder of a   trade licence, the annuul fee for    which  is not less than Five Dollar*.  >  3.-AS  A  HOUSE  HOLDER:     Any  male or female,     British    subject  of the full    age    of    twenty-one  years    who    occupies a    Iwolllng  house, house, tenement, hotel or  boarding house, who has I eeu   a  resident    of thiB    city   from the  first of January    of the current  year and    who has paid directly  to the city, all' rates, taxes   and  assessments which are not oharge-  ablc on land, wliich rates,    taxes  or assessments so paid amount to  not less that Two Dollars,    due  to the city for the current year,  other than water rates or   taxes  or licence fees for dogs.  LICENCE-HOLDERS    and   HOUSE  HOLDERS must, during the month of  October, 1913, make and cause to   be  delivered to the City Clerk a .tetettai e*y.*  declaration which must bo filed within  forty-eight hours after same is   made.  All declarations made by Licence holders and House holders muat be   filed  before 5.00 p.m., on Friday,    October  31st, 1913. -     -  Forms of declaration may b* obtained from the undersigned.  G. H. DUNN.  Kolowna, B. C. City Clerk  Octobor 6th, 1913. 46-9  b.  for  SYNOPSIS OV COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right, of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, th* Northwest Territories, and in a portion ol  the Province of British Columbia, nay  be leased Ior a term ol twenty-one  yearB at an annual rental of $1 aa  acre. Not more than 2,560 acre*  will be leased to one applicant.  Applioation lor the lean anal b*  made by the applicant in penaa to  th* Agent or Sub-Agunt ol th* district  in which the righta applied he an  situated.  In surveyed territory th. lata* mart  be described by Motions, or left! ��ub-  divisiona of sections, and in utwurrey-  ed territory th* tract applied lor  shall be atalud out by the applioant  himself.  Each   application   mutt   bt  panied by a fee of $5 which will  refunded il     tht righta    applied  are not available, but not otl  A royalty shall be paid on tb*  ehantabla output of th* min. at  rata ol live oent. par ton.  Tho peraon operating the min* shall  furnish the agent with (worn return,  accounting lor tho lull quantltjr ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tb*  royalty thereon. II the coal mining  right, ar* not being operated, euoh  rtturu. ahould ba furnished at baa*  one* a year.  The lea** will Inolud* th* ooal atln-  ing right* only, but the lento, may  ba permitted to purohaoe waatarar  aveilablo mirfaca right, may bo aon-  ���idered nooeatary lor the worklag ot  tha mine at the rata of $10 aa acre.  For foil information applioation  should In made to the *eoretarjr ot  tha Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent ol Sub-AgMt  ol Dominion land*.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minis tor. of th* Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorized publication ot  thi. advartiaement will not be paM  lor.  'Phone; 240  P. C, Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shop  $  Machinist* and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  \C^e ReDair   ^aw ^'" Mach'ne,y Factory  Machinery',  ^ Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gaa  Engines.Motor Boat*, Elevator*, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobile*  We Stock    C��ld   R��llecl  Shaftin8.   Bolts,  Screws,   Nut.,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents lor the famous  CADILJ.AC CARS  also lor  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the services  of an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-class  shops.    We are giving satisfaction to a great muny car owner*  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  -      v  KELOWNA, B..  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to aell or if you  want to buy, ace  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about it.  II you want your harness properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinton it  your man.   He tpecitlitel in  Harness Repairing  and putt hand tewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studiot in the Interior  Portrait! by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  HICKS'  Removal Sale  will continue until Wcd-  netday, October 22nd,  and thit will be yout latt  opportunity to get your  new Fall Outfit at reduced pricet.  a  You can save 20 percent.  on your new Fall Suit or  Overcoat  if you buy now and  15 to 20 per cent, on  most other goods  Close all day Thursday, October 23rd  lor removal ol dock lo  the new .tore in WILLITS' BLOCK  nHr1  i  c  K  S  Water Street  (lit Block North)  Near Bank ol Montreal  Look for the Sign  that'* on TOP  Mrs. M. ��. Farrel  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, Bl  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And it now ready to take ordert A]  I made-to-measure garments lor the Ciov,'  | Tailoring Co.  Late  Cabbages]  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse:,]  At last I  A chocolate that's different and to tell tho  truth, somewhat abovj  the common. Willardu  is the name, and it put; \ I  the accent on fine  candy. The fruit juices  in  Wi/ftirc/s  (zhocofates  are made from ripe,  fresh fruits. You caft  tell that by the taste.  Therichchocolate coating is pure���you can tell  that by the crisp''snap''  when you bite it���a  sure sign of purity.  For th. extra occuion  that demand, ���omethiiur  out ol the ordinary, you'll  find Willard'i to be e*.  telly whit you need.  Fukedinhtndiom.boxai  ded with ribbon.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.  Phon. 19   KELOWNA, B.C. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.  KELOWNA atECOKO  Next week we will advertise the following special  Dresser in elm or surface oak, 13 x 22 mirror.. .............. $6.90  Same in best beaded British plate mirrQi.     7.90  Wash Stand to match ..;,     3.95  Below are This Week's Bargains :  t^ Ca^mp Funiiture   ;.  Camp hed, with reinforced woven spring $ 2.50  ��� mattress, filling all of best quality felted cotton  (no excelsior), with heavy art ticking ,,    2.50  Matting square, 9-ft. x 9-ft -..���     2.50  Kitchen Furniture  ���   ,. Kitchen table, turned legs, with drawer 4-ft. top     2.80  '   do. '���'- "'���!,'.,.    ; 5-ft. top ...,...,   3.15  Kitchen chairs, double stretchers.......  .67  Kitchen cabinet, 2 bins, 2 drawers, 2 dough boards    6.00  Linoleum for floor, per sq. yd   .65c, 55c. and 50c.  Bed Room  Iron beds any size; One and one-sixteenth in. post, brass  trimmings :...............  3.00  Bed springs, fine weave, reinforced by cables, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft. 2.15  do.                            3-ft, 6-in. & 3-ft. 2.00  Combination cotton felt & excelsior mattress, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft. 4.00  do.                           3-ft. 6-irr.& 3-ft. 3.50  .   ]   .     Sixipiece toilet set........         2.00  Dresser and,stand, 14 x 24 in British bevel plate mirror  13.50  Good quality English tapestry squares, 9-ft. x 9-ft  8.00  Brass beds, 2-in. post and finish     ,  15.00  Best woven wire spring on the market  2.50  Felt mattress, all white cotton felt, in strong art ticking,  7.50  Solid oak dresser, 36-in. top, 20 x 24 inch British bevel  ;     ���       :��� plate mirror...... '.  13.00  Solid oak washstand to match   7.00  Good quality Brussels square  17.50  Dining Room  Extension tables, 42-in, top      8.50  Elm diners, golden finish, braced backs, turned posts, each 1.00  Buffet, surface oak, 30-inch bevel plate minor  16.00  Linoleum as per kitchen quotation  Dining Room in Solid Oak  Solid oak buffet, 48rin. top, 36-in. bevel plate mirror  25.00  Solid oak set of diners, I arm and 5 chairs  16.50  Solid oa': extension table, fumed finish..  16.50  English velvet square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in  20.00  Or an Axminster square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in    25.20  Or Nairn's inlaid linoleum, persq. yd  1.00  97-piece dinner sets, English semi porcelain    12.00  General  Window blinds, 37-in. by 72-in. each 35  Child's high chairs ,.,..;..............       1.00  Nurse Rockers..!     1.50  8.50  3.25  5.00  6.00  4.00  10.00  10100  I1 I  -:\ i  hi..  Solid quartered oak Morris chairs, reversable cushions......  ;Sblid oak arm rockers..,...^.....'..?...;..,   Off.ce takers.;............].... .���..?'. ................  Couches, with spring bottom and good tapestry covering...-.  ?uartered oak sectional bookcases, any finish, per, section  ypewriter desks, solid oak ,.:.:.:  Parlor chairs, mahogany finish, silk upholstered......   Pulman bed Davenport. A Davenport by day and bed at  night. In fumed oak, seat and back upholstered in No.  I grain leather. The piece includes the spring and a  4-ft. 6-in. felt mattress. A massive article for library  or den ...,.,.   Singer sewing machines, 5 drawers, drop head   Pianos; anyy'finilih.;.;..,!.....^. ..'..���...;..:     270.00  We handle .fie famous Gerhard Heintzman & Gourlay  Pianos and Player Pianos and the Columbia Gramo-   "  nolas, and Columbia records  50.00  40.00  While our prices are low we do not stock a cheap class of goods.   QUALITY  with us is the first, second and third consideration.  .   j ���  Our prices are Low BECAUSE���  We buy in Large Quantities,  Take Cash Discounts,         .,���     And have no Rent to pay.  Company  Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  Buaa  i  World's Baseball Series  ATHLETICS AGAIN WIN WOULD13  CHAMPIONSHIP  Ouch more the Amerioan League bus  proved their superiority over the older organization, the National League.  The Giants suffered a crushing defeat  in' the world's ohampionship series last  week by loosing four out ol the firat  five games to the Athletics. Philadeh  phia won the opening game and New  York, with "Mix Six" Matthewaon in  the box took the aecond game. From  that time on there waa only one team  in the race alio] that waa Philadelphia.  The next three game, went to the Amerioan league leadera, thus giving  them tho necessary (our game, and tho  title, "World's Championa for 1913."  . Throughout the country, among the  Giant supporters the inability ol Mor-  kle, and Snodgraaa to play was sadly  lamented, while it waa reported that  Doyle waa in nono too good condition  and this, it is thought (by the Giant  supporters) to be the oauae for their  poor showing againtt tha Athletic,  however, we might mention the fact  that two yeare ago with Merkle and  Snodgrass, bs well aa Doyle all in  the beat of condition, with Matthew,  son, Marqunrd and Tesreau all star  pitchers ol the National League Philadelphia outclassed the National Leaguers in almost as decisive a manner,  winning lour out of six gamea.  There is little doubt that the New  York Club were crippled by the Iobs  ol a couple of their stars, but in any  event we venture the opinion that  the Athletics, composed at they aro  of young players, heavy hitters and  with the brains of the old fox "Connie Mack' at their head would have  carried away the Hag, even had the  Giants been in the pink ol condition.  KELOWNA WINS RUGBY GAME  FROM VERNON 31 TO ,).  On Saturday afternoon at 3.30 the  football season opened in Kelowna, the  opposing team being the Vernon club.  A good crowd of spectators were on  hand when the whistle blew and they  helped the Kelowna team materially by  their cheers and plainly showed their  appreciation when the Kelowna man  broke away and mado substantial  gains, of when some man downed a  Vernonita who was attempting to carry the ball down the field, ,by a well-  timed flying taokle..  The play throughout was fa.t and  although the Vernon team were far  superior in weight the KeLowna team  held them on the scrimmage line and  when an opening appeared the lighter  players of the home team made many  line runs, carrying the ball olose to  opposition goal and many times, aa  the BQore will indicate across for touch  clowns and in each case, with one exception converted their trys.  The combination play and passing  of the Kelowna team was far ahead  of anything shown by the visitors. Th.  work of Whillis and Wilson was especial  ly worthy of mention, and to thia  pair belongs' the lion's share of praise  for tho victory of Saturday last. We  might fitso say that Kelowna had  thirteen other men on the field and  each did' his share to bring victory to  their olub and deserve credit for their  efforts.  Amusements  A BACHELOR'S HONFYMOON  That great Hoyt theatre aucceta "A  BaoheLor'a Honeymoon" under the management of A. Mayo Bradfield, which  ia to be at the opera house on Wednesday, October 23, is one of thosj  bright, airy, clean-cut comedies, that  leaves a good taste and makes you  feel better for having seen it. Tbe > laj  te'ls the atory of a widower, Benjamin  Bachelor, who falle in love and marries a young actresB. Benjamin does  not tell hi. lady-love that he haa bran  married before and that he ia the  father of twin daughters, aged seven-  Icon years, nor doe. he tell a maiden  sister that he haa again entered tbe  life ol a benedict, lor the maiden sister has a strong objection to actresses  and ia expected to leave her brother  a generous part of a large fortune.  Mr. Bachelor doe. not even inform  hi. daughters that they have a stepmother. The truth la that he wants to  keep all hi. family secret, to himself.  After the marriage, he is at a lose  where to go to spend the honeymoon,  nnd'finally decides that about the  beat place to go will be to hi. own  home, as the twins and the sifter are  at a summer resort. To the servants  at ithe home Bachelor explains quietly  that his wifij is the new governbss  that he has engaged for his daughters.  The actions of Mr. Bachelor and the  supposed governess arouse the suspicions of one of the servants and she  sends word to the Bister and twins  who arrive on the scene without sending word that they are coming. To  add to the troubles of Mr. Bachelor,  an old sweetheart of his wife appears  on the sceno and insists on making  love to her. A lawyer who thinks he  in love with one of the  twins, decides to transfer his affection" to Mrs. Bachelor, and Bachelor  (lures not tell him that she iB his  wife. The servant who Bent the news  of her suspicion lo the maiden sister  and the twins, gets an idea, that she  can straighten the whole thing out  and only add. to trouble. The wife  demands information, so does the  maiden sister and the twins, and it is  up to Mr. Bachelor to furnish the desired information and try to make  good for tho many falsehoods which  he has told since hia marriage to the  antral,  The production has been given an  elaborate setting and Irom all reports  will be one of the best offerings at tbe  opera house this Beaton.  Lord Robert, was 84 yeara ol age  on Tuesday, Sept, 30. The veteran  field marahal, who was born at Cawn  pore, India, is hale and hearty still  He attended the recant British army  manoeuvres and ia planning now ��� to  address a great meeting in London  in December on national Borvica.  The British soldier has declared hi.  dislike of mutton, and it i. to be  struck out of tbe army menu. Mutton is at present served once a week  to the troops at home. Next month  it is to be supplanted by beef, which  will then be tho principal article ol  food for six days. "The Soldier, .ay  they much prefer beef," aaid an of.  fioial of the war office.  ���1.  Auction Sale  * at v  R. E. HARRISS'\  Five Bridget, i-inile from Kelowna  THURS., OCT. 23. at 1.30  1 pair Heavy Horn., 2800 poura>.  1 gray Saddle or Pack Hon..  1 Four-year-old Driving Hone. \  1 Three-year-old Driving Mar.. \  2 Two-year-old Colt.. <'  1 Pun Bred Holstein Bull. ���  2 Lumber Wagon.. X  1 Two-seated Surrey. PJ  1 Rubber Tired Phaeton.        -   ;  1 Dog Cart.  2 paii Double' Driving Harness, '.  1 pair Team Harnett.  1 Single Driving HarneM.  1 DeLavel Cream Separator.  1 Milk Cooler.  1 Earthern Chum.    . i  Dairy Tool*.  Cook Stove.  3 Door..  1 Cider MilL     ^^^^^^^  Root Pttlpar.  Leader Compressed Air water outfit,  with pump and gaaoliaa engine.  3 Cider Mill..  Old Homerteed Bang* and Hot Water  Boiler. .   ',  Kitchen Cabinet.  Refrigerator. i  Billies, Pote and Pans. | ,  Kitchen Table.  Washing Machine.  3 Iron Cota lor Children.  3 Iron Single Beds and Matmcte.  3'Book Caaee.  2 9 x 19 Carpet Square..  2 Bureaus.  Folding Bed and Matinee.  Oak Dining Table.  6 Oak Dining Chain. .  1 Oak'Side Board.  1 Oak Side Table.  1 Oak Centre Table.  1 Oak Umbrella Stand. '  '  1 Side Board.  1 Sectional Book Case.    <  Folding Couch.  Steel Folding Couch.  Music Stand.  Piano Lamp.  2 Farlor Lamps. , r  1 Ash Side Board. �� '   '': -  3 Wicker Chain.  Eight Day Clock.  Roll Top Desk.  Office Chair.  Pictures.  2 Dreeaen. ^  Bureaus.  Oak Rocker.  Double   bed and  other articles.  r\ i .ii-* ri.  ���   '     ���     r  ������������* ' ,      i  spring., and  many  Thi. ia a fine chance to proenre good  articles, as many ef them an from  the old country.  TERMS:��� Under HSjOO caah, over  that amount 8 months credit on fur'  niihing approved j oint notes at 7  per cent.  J. C. STOCKWELL-.  Auctioneer.  Advtrtlet in tha  want qaiak neulta.  'Beeorer"   if   yon  mm  The only building material that hat. not increased  in price is  CANADAPortiemd cement  It make, concrete that you can depend upon lot ntoltciory reaokt, vdvenW yen ate a for a nl.  Of a garden walk.  High quality and low price an made potable by cficiea. orf^iar.hoa aa  economies due to a large and growinn demand. ^^^^^H  See that every bag of cement yon buy bean tb* "Canada" label���it it you. gu  oi MtUfaction.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  Wriuftr .free cei? eflis sW " What tht Farmtr Ces* De BUS Cnxrtss." KEL0W1.A RECORD  ���THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918.  Kelowna Land 4 Orchard Co.  UJ*T*��  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (Ont year budded on imported Francli aeadlings, three-year  root.)  APPLES  Navrtown Pippin  i*ja��#lM    '  M*l��to��l.  Jsnathan  King David  Grimes GeldaSiJ  Aad othor variotioej  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  F.��o��t.i leavty  Ixrttat  D'Anjou  Boussock  Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bint  Leaabert  Windtor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morcllo  Our  Slock haa  Won  It.  Own   Reputation  Price l.itt on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.    Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  ���II'I i ' imrmmemmmmem  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  Tha mo.t modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view ol Okanagan  laka.   Excellent cuiainc, prompt service, and tht beit  thc market afford.  A Muical Evening it Entertained Every Saturday  For wtiiiy r.ttt t��ply It  H. VINCE   -    Manager  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Vernon's exhibition buildings war.  totally dsetroyed by tire laet week.  ��� ���it  luipiwior Clark ol the Boyal Bank  el Canada ha. been visiting tht looal  br.auk thia week.  ��� ��� ���  ���  Mi. A ague MuhtUUu r.tume.1 from  a two wtaka holiday .pent at th. -seat  u. Holiday afternoon..  ��� ���  ���  ���  Mr. .ad Mr., .laint. Kinsaid rt-  Uratd laat week after a tin day't visit to (lit waat.  ��� ���   ���  ���  Tin lMMt heavy nine ar. regarded  .. thi principal eauae ier the 9. S.  Dkaiiai'.a arriving lat..���Delaying ths  Hit. f. K. Partly retaraed hue ta  T.tatkT srftwnoeat, altar tpeadiag a  month's visit- te .her parent, at to-  noka, alberta.  Mr. A. Tiianioa., ot Kamleopa, who  liti betn vi.ltlng frienda in Kelowna  for tht paat two weak, returned home  o. Monday.  ��� ���   ���   ���  fl.T. A. M. Sanford, I).II., prinoipal  of Columbian College will preuuh ia  tin M.thodist Churoh ou Sunday  morning, aud the paator will conduct  A Th.i*tk��giving Mrvic in 111. evening.  ��� ���  ���   ���  Tk. *U.ii Play.r. oloa.il their sa-  gag.m.m her. on Saturday night and  loft for Pentleton ea Sunday, where  th.y .1. playing thi. wMk. Thi. it  th.ir tint visit to th. southern end  of th. v.ll.y.  ��� ���  ���  ���  a .ji.ci.1 mMting ol the Canadian  Order of Foresters will be held on  Saturday, Oct. 18th at 8 p.m., in  Sons of England Lodge room. Keller  Mock, to meet Organiser Rand. Viait-  ing brother, welcome,  ��� ��� ���  ���  Any peraon wanting a good old-fash-  ioried snpi'.'r will be on hand Friday,  Hot. Slat in Raymer's .mall hall. Thi.  tapper, .'inn by th. Presbyterian Led-  i..' Aid will be from n to H p.m. Ad-  aiiaaion SO Mnta,  ��� ���   ���   ���  (hen will b. a meeting of th. Ke-  luwua Badminton Club in th. office.  of Messrs. Burn, li Temple, on Friday  (ittobir 17th, at 7 o'.loak p.m., lor  th. purpoie of elteting officer, lor the  turning se.iou and general business.  All iatereeted ar. r��qu��at��d ta be pre-  tint.  ��� ���   ���   ���  lindtr th. aiiipices ol ih. Methodist  I..dies' Aid, a fowl dinner will be  given oa th. .vening of Thanksgiving  Day. Oct. 30th in Kaymer'a email  11.11. Dinner will be served from 0 to  8 p.m., after whieh a musical program will be given iu tht chureh., Everybody w.lcom..  Mr. W. E. Adams paid a flying visit  to Calgary this weak.  ��� ���  ���  ���  Dr. and Mrs. Gaddes and family left  yesterday for San Diego, Calif., where  they will spend the winter.  . .  ���  .  Mr. J. A. Bigger left thie morning  for Victoria to attend the convention  ol th. B. C. School Trustees' Aaaoeia-  tion.  ��� ���  ���  ���  An outbreak oi fire did considerable  damage laat Saturday night to the  house of Mr. Chaa. Clarke on Abbot  atreet.  ��� ���te  Mr. W. Beaver-Jonee, etoretary     ot  the board ol trade, we are glad to ate  ia baok again in hi. office after his  reeent illnuM.  ��� .  .  .  Dr. A. M. Sanford, prinoipal oi Columbia College will .peak next Sunday  morning in the Methodiet church    in  the interests of that institution.  ....  Mr.. II, II. Miller who ha. been visiting for aome time past with, her  daughter, Mrs. W. .1. Adams left Friday morning last    for her home     in  Hanover, Ont.  ��� ���   ���   ���  Last Sunday morning waa "Recaption" service at the Methodist churoh,  when nineteen new members were admitted to the church. The pastor,  Rev. J. C. Switzer gave a splendid  address on "Church Affiliation" whioh  was much appreciated by those preaent. The mu.ic both at morning,and  evening service, wa. of an unusually  high order, notably th. duet from  "Elijah" hy Miss Pearson end Mr. B.  Hodkinson   and the   anthem by   the  choir. ...  .���it  Th. Political Equality League meats  this evening, (Thursday) Oct 17th et  8 o'clock at the home of Mr, and Hit.  R. B. Kerr, Lake Avenue. After the  brief annual business, a discussion on  "The Economic Position of Woman"  will be opened by Mrs. R. B. Kerr,  All interested aro welcome.  ��� .  ���  .  Th. Benevolent Society has again  organized for tho year with tne follevr-  ing officers: Pres. Mrs. Millie, First  Vice, MrB. Cameron; Second Vlco, Mrs.  Weddell, Trees., Mrs. Josselyn, Secy.  Mra. Rowcliffe. Thos. in sympathy  and wishing to help the cause may  leave any articlea of clothing' at the  home of the President, Mrs. Millie.  Ths society will meet the second Tours  Say of each month and will wxloem.  new member..  BIRTH  LLOYD-WATTS.- On Thursday, Oet.  9th at tlifi nursing home, to tha wife  ol Mr. C. Lloyd-Watts, of Okanagan  Centre, a son.  Phon* 154 P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE ���  E*t��maWa F im.ii.it <J on all kindt of buildingi.       Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I hava ft hill Line of interior decorations, consistinf of the latest and most up-  i wall killings.     Call and inspect ra> stuck of Wallpapers and get my  eeiimate on your ipring painting and decorating.  City and eouatry patronage solicited  HIGH CLASSI  Dressmakim  G. E. aJ:ott haa opsned  her Dressmaking Parlors  and invites a trial ordet  Room No. 6  NEW WILLITS BLK.  FU ��W Styte G-anwrfssaf  P.O. >�� 12  E. ENGLAND  IUILMX t COMTIIACTOI  .'pitas.  afeetJaaatieae   tad    estimates;  Furaith.d  .a. ,n��,i����  Sold in Kolowna by Morriaon-Thompion Hardware Co.  P.  & 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  Situ.ted within on. h.li mile ol town, aad being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and .unrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Cloie to Town and Market.  Then is only one GLENMORE. Don't miee th. opportunity oi .electing e few acre, of thie decir.bl.  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted thia spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Eaiy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot       I  The Belgo-Canadian Friiitlands,  LIMITED  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality  and ta SjlstiiH  condition.  A complete Una of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Gaddes-McTavish  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed 6t Repaired  C.LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.      P.O. Box 541 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.  KELOWJJA RECORD  '���-. .'1   '��� i'.,i-t=  ment  THE management of Richrmoncl's Stpre  have received instructions to put on the  greatest Stock-Reducing Sale ever held in  Kelowna. When we took over t\\e Lequime  Bros.'store last spring we were compelled to  receive all goods on order for this fall, and  together with our fall purchases |g�� find we  are overloaded and many large shipments  =not yet in the store  r'-        i  m  iu v i. y \w  The people of Kelowna k^oW that  when Richmond's make a Sale there  Will be something doing  ti- .  Time will not permit to give you a list of  prices to-day, but everything in the store  will be reduced. We are busy marking  = down prices for Sale i=  9 P  -���3-T   To Open on  <m  f  ' : '*.  .'. ��� ���   ��� n     (TT  ���w*  ^ V/v 1 ��� XI  This sale will be of the utmost importance  to every man, woman and child in the valley  who want Winter 0othing, Boots and Shoes,  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Sale will  continue for two or three weeks until the  ======= stock is reduced to One Half =========  KELOWNA, B.C.  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  In which Jimmy tolls ol Kelownn happening,  to Mr. Sidney Harper, oi Vancouver, B. 0.  Dear Sid.��� The bum weather I spoke  ol in my last letter has loft ua, and  in ita place-we have had aome of  those crisp, snappy, days, neither,' tod  hot nor yet too cold,'juBt the happy  medium, the hind that stirs a man's  blood, and makes bim fed that     lite  after all is worth the living. After  all, Sid, a little bad weather in Kelowna, is really a good thing, it  arouses ub to a' greater appreciation  of the ideal weather whioh is the rule,  here, rather than the exception.  We have been having uousually line  pictures of late. II I mentianed aa  many as 1 would like, it. would take  too much space, so 1- will 'be satisfied  to speak of what,, in my mind ia the  best picture ol ita kind T have ever  seen. We ran the film on Tuesday  night, the title was "The Lion Hunters." The picture- was wonderfully  realistic, in fact so trite to life it  was that several-lions -were-shot directly in front ol the camera, und  with it all, a delightful plot ran  through the picture, quite an uncommon thing in itself. It certainly ' haa  got anything-or the 'iind, that aver  came here beaten a oity block. "  Speaking of beating reminds me that  our football team took an awful fall  out of the Vernon team last Saturday  afternoon. 1 don't know what the  score was, but 'it- was so lopsided it wouldn't * stand' alone  No use talking,' Sid, when it come,  to athleticB Kelowna is the belli cow���  we lead, others follow.    -    '  Did 1 toll you about the show that's  coming next Wednesday?  The "Bachelor's Honeymoon," i��  the name of it, aod it's about the  clasBiest little comedy that's hit our  nook of the woods for many' moona.  I've heard of a good many kinda of  honey-moona but a Bachelor's is a new  one on me. and 1 am being consumed  with curiosity to see how he pulls off  the stunt. One thing I know, from  the reports which have reached us,  it's going to be eome swell show.  I guess by now you benighted folks  around Vancouver know that we can  raise some fruit down our way. Kind  of poor the way our applea swept the  boards at Westminster'/ I tell you,  Sid, when this Kelowna outfit go after anything, they get it or bust a  trace trying. It's just that spirit that  has mado Kelowna the garden spot of  Canada, and if continued, will make  it the envy and despair- of' all the  towns in B. C. I know what you are  thinking uow "There he goon, crowing  about that Kelowna again." Believe  me, old boy, wo have got something  to crow about, and I know that if  you ever got a look at this country  you who come to scoff would remain  to pay.  With these few remarks I think     1  will close.   Yours until next time,  JIMMY.   1   C. E. M. S.  A very pleasant evening waa spent  on, Tuesday, under the auspices of the  Church of England Men's Society in  the room ol the Sons of England. Piano solos, songs, recitations and road  inga were indulged in the programme  which was of a very high order. Tbe  following gentlemen contributed to the  success of the evening. Piano solos,���  Mr. E. Drescoll, Songs,���Rev. Meyrick,  Messrs, Martin, Ward, Stocks and Leggelt. Heading and recitation.���Mr. J.  B. Whitehead. Besides two piano solos  we were indebted to Mr. Drescoll for  his effective accompanying. Tho song.  ,were ohiofly patriotic and sentimental  and were thoroughly appreciated. Mr.  Whitehoad'B reading by*W. W. Jacob*  was most amusing. Several other member, ol tho society were preaent, namely Rev. Greene, Messrs. Siloocks, Rog-  orson. Slater, Buchanan and Weddell.  Thanks are due to Mr. F. A. Martin  for the arrangement of the oonoert,  and may the Church of England Men's  Society prosper in thia branoh with  such an energetic secretary.  The next meeting, on Monday, November 10th at 8 p.m., will be an  educational ono and ap address on  modern topics will be given by  E. 0. Weddell��� Con.  Mr.  Professor Robinson Ellis, corpus  professor of Latin at Oxford university, and considered to have been ono  of the greatest English Latiniats, died  laat Thursday at Oxford, following a  recent operation. . He ' was 70 years  of age.   ,   The continuance of the emigrant  premium frauds in the Canadian West,  has compelled the British government  emigrants information offioc to issue  a warning against the payment ol any  money to agents there for forms, instruction, or employment in Canada.   .   The people of Winnipeg has voted  thirteen and a half milKons towards  new water system. TWb is an immense sum of money, but Winnipeg is  a very large cily and is still growing  vary fast.  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE  MX EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O, I,L.D., D.C.L,  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIM  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $X2,5QO1,0OO  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNf^  Interest at the current nt* is allowed oa all depasiu tjf |t met  upwards Careful attention if givea to every account' Small ajamatt,  are welco   >d.   Account* may b* opened and operated by mail.'  Accou   s may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to ba made try *��v one of them or hy the Survivor.  *'     ^  KELOWNA BRAM(.H.,~h . ��� .        H. C. PANGMAN. M.����er   ������.-. ..��� ,;'-������-',  ai   '..:  j. , ,,���. ,i ilrli  THEOAKHALi  CLOTHING: CO., LTD,  KEMawSNA.  .���*. iiy'1  MEN'S SPECIALISTS  , .J_  7- ��� - a,-  -.,  ,,    , ..j i    ,     ,,,���,      insiwii a...   ii Ti'A"   ; :���'��� i. 1ST .v.   "7  7   ii     ii"Js   11 i i  per cent  Discount  Up to the end of October  On all Men's Wearables  ���  The Best is Cheapest    ~  We keep the Best  Men's Suits  Men's Overcoats  Men's Underwear  Men's Furnishings  Men's Hats  Men's Shoes  $25,000 stock to choose from  Buy Now���From Us  ,M      I   A  ���wm  OPERA HOUSE  -J���* Cafe Chantant  Saturday, October 25th, 1913  Afternoon, 2.30 till 6 p.m. Evening, 7.30 till 10.30 p.m.  The programme will includ* tne following :  Duologue: "Jerry and a ��unbeam"  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. SOAMJ^      '  ���  Mrs. Eric Hankey's Pierrot Troupe  Soloist, Mr*. A. L ��OAMES  Solo Dancing by Miss Whitehead  Musical Items by the K.M. & D. Society Orchestra  Mrs. Thayer      Mrs. G. Bowser      Mits Duthio  Mr. Drury Pryce Mr. W. B. Peaee Mr. A. Shaw  Refreshments served in Japanese Tea Garden afternoon  and evening  Booths, Sideshows, and other amusements  Come and bring friends.   One continuous round of pleasure  Admission 25c. Preceedt in aid of Kel, Muictl t Drastic Sac. KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.  m  ��  ��  iW-l &<&&>&&���&&  Gumey-Oxfordl  The Aristocrat of the Kitchen  a device called the Economizer  which not only actually saves  one ton of coal .n every six  burned in the ordinary range,  but so regulates the heat in  the oven thatdeliciously dainty  cakes, golden brown biscuits,  and light flaky pastry are sure  results from every baking.  It is a range which elevates  woman from the constant toil  and labor in the kitchen to a  higher level of life. Its Economizer allows her to go visiting  or shopping and keeps a low  fire ready for her return, when  by simply turning the lever a  hot fife is quickly produced.  Employ the Gurney-Oxford  in your household.  CALL ONUS-ASK FOROUR NEWCATALOGUE,''STOVES AND RANGES  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  After a glimpse into the kitchens of thousands of well  managed homes throughout  Canada, the Gurney-Oxford  Range may truly be spoken cf  as the "Aristocrat of the  Kitchen." It is the first range  to-day in Canada both in point  of appearance and cooking  efficiency.  A bright nickel trimming  that never tarnishes, a smooth  polished top that never requires  black lead, this range is to  woman just one beam of gratification,  But besides its handsome  appearance,the Gurney-Oxford  more than fulfils the purpose  every range is built for���successful cooking.   It  contains  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Items from Ellison  (Pros, our own CorreepondenM  A shower ol artiole., useful and or-  irumentii'. was accorded Mrs. Q. M.  Watt, nee Hiss L. Geen the other day  at tbe home of Mrs. T. Bulman. A  large number of friends assembled and  a very pleasant afternoon was spent.  Great credit is due to Mrs. Bulman  and Mrs. Guest who arranged the affair.  The Rev. Mr. Vernier, who ha. recently retired from the 1'retbytarian  uhuroh at Mew Glasgow, Quebec, haa  taken up residence on hia fruit ranoh  iu ths Cloverdale subdivision. The orchard, which liaa been oared for by  X. Uulmuu Esq., has now come into  bearing, and is in the pink of condition. The reverend gentleman ia ao-  niuipanicd by hie wile and daughter.  A rather amusing episode took pines  on Carney's Lake a few daya ago. A  well known city officer, whom wa will  cull "Hobs" so that the man in the  street (and other pluoes) may not  identify our hero, sallied forth in quasi  uf ducks. On arriving at the laka la  question hs spied ifive plump birds, sr  rcnely bobbing up and down oa the  face of the waters, oaring nothing  whatever for the man, who. with  sluugliter in his heart, and vision*  of roast, boiled or fried duok looming  largely before his minds eye, wat, with  trembling eagerness loading up bis  fire stick preparatory to taking their  young, innocent lives. 'Living made  I all necessary preparations our valiant  I sportsman quick'y potted the floating  innocents, every one, than, dashing  I down to the waters edge to gnthet  I in the results of hit merciless fusilada  ' found to his great chagrin and consternation, that he had shot live decoy ducks, the property of young Tommy. We presume that a certain doe-  tor in Kelowna is primarily responsible lor the mishap, he having left  the decoys with Tommy the previous  season and will no doubt enjoy the  joke on the wooden duck hunter.  -SECOND-  OKANAGAN  VALLEY  APPLE  SHOW  m  a  enmore  Notes  (From our owe Correspondent.)  Mr. McDougal, Mr. Leslie and the  Misses MacDougal left on Saturday en  route to their home in Glasgow. They  will visit Toronto and other eastern  points.  Mrs. Barolay who haa been spending the summer with her brother, Mr.  Frank Benson, left on Saturday to  spend the winter in Brandon.  Mr. Russell, ol Glenmore Ranch) is  away on a lew weeks vacation.  Mr. F. A. Lewis is having a mil  bored on his ranoh by Mr. W. S. Wake  Potato digging is common in the  valley thia week.  The tobacco orops grown in the valley are safely harvested in the tobaooo  houses on Mr. J. II. Ritchie's property.  TO BE HELD IN  VERNON, B.C.  OCT. 22 & 23  1913  THE LAST DIKE  Pressing a button at the White  house. President Wilson of the United  States, released nn electric current  that travelled overland and undersea  to the Panama Canal and exploded a  charge of dynamite whioh destroyed a  large portion of the Gamboa Dike.  The dike is the latit great obstrustion  to the opening of water communication between tha two oceans, although  the wreckage oJ the dike and two of  the earth elides, one at Ouoaraoha and  another at GoMhill. must be out thru  before the canal actually can be opened.  -' \  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There ia every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W.HAUG  The  66  Scene in the Hoyt Theatre Comedy, " A .Bachelor's Honeymoon," at the Opera House, Wednesday, October 22nd  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  Successor lo H. Hoirock.  Water Street, near Opera House  P.O. Bos 671 Phono 65  We Buy Everything Used in the Home  Call and intpect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  etc.  SPECIAL:  I Typewriter Table  1 Office Desk        I Side Board  I  12 x 14 ft. Tent  Cook Stove, Heater, Etc.  % piece Dinner Set at  $10.75  Auction  Every  Saturday   Afternoon  in the Auction Rooms  I have to offer aa special this wetk:  Beautiful Oak Baok Caae, Grandfathers Clock, Perambulator, Dining Table,  Gramaphoae, White Iron Bed aad Mattress, Oak Table, Mahogany Booker,  Sewing Maohine, Single Driving Harness, Child's White Iron Crib with  Mattress, also many other artioles,  HAVE YOU ANYTHING VOU 8*14-?  II so, please send it in  '    J. 0. 8T00KWEM,.  Auctioneer.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA. THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.  KEkOWNA RECORD  SUPERIOR FALL  = GOODS =  For the Automobile:  All Wool Rugs   .  Rubber Lined Rugs  Fur Robes  PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FUR  FABMS  Divihends of .1,500,000 on Investment  of .9,000,000.  The magnitude of the profits made in  the fox raising industry in indicated  by the fries that Prince Edward Island  companies engaged in the industry,  paid dividends for this year amounting to 41,600,000, after the ���;September  i delivery. The following table shows  the names of the corporations and the  dividends declared;  We have for thia season a  Splendid Stock of  HORSE BLANKETS  which you should inspect  Capital  190,000  190,000  108.000  90,000  P.O.  17.  60  320  ���46  900  "119  40  40  96  148  170  '296  20  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES.     CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi treet os Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  Advertise and the world stands with you. Quit, and yon stand alone.  Magio    Union    Banbury    Spring Park --  Peerless    20,000  Prospect    60,000  Smith   150,000  Dalton   625,000  Silver Tip     25,000  Murray Harbor   650,000  Eureka     30,000  Riverside Farming Co   60,000  Maritime     40,000  ���And 100 per cent., stook bonus.  "And 200 per rent., stook bonus.  Mr. J. E. B. MoCready, of Charlotte-  town, has prepared a return showing  that companies having a total oapital  ization of 38,400,000 have been incorporated, by special acts of the Prince  Edward Island legislature or by letters patent, to breed foxes in captivity  Two other companies, The Silver Fox  Ranching Company, secured their charters in Massachusetts and in Nova  Scotia respectively. Their capital  amounts to .600,01)11 rv'n -my; tin total capitalization of incorporated companies engaged in the industry up to  19,000,000 on August 52th last. There  are, however, more than 128 ranches  not owned by chartered corporations.  2,381 Captive Foxes.  Statistics being compiled by the government of the province indicate that  there are 232 fox ranches on the island  and 2,381 foxes in captivity on them.  The animals are classified as .follows:  Old Silver Blacks   642  Young Silver Blaoks   683  Old Patohes   230  Young Patche.   223  Old Reds   337  Young Reds 1 ,  244  Old Cross      14  Young Cross     18  Fur farming is still an infant industry, but it has grown rapidly, and  I ranches on which foxes, mink, skunk.  KEEPING QUALITY OF APPLES  In a list published some yeara ago  of the keeping quality of apples, founded on the experience of Mr. G. Har-  olf Powell, the well known authority  on apples, the following sorts are  found among the late keeping varieties: Will keep until April: Spitzen-  berg, Fallawater, Jonathan, Missouri  Pippin, R. I. Greening, Rome Beauty,  Stayman Winesap, Walbridge and Yellow Belleflower. Will keep until' May:  Arkansas, Baldwin, Lady Sweet, Lank-  ford, Peok's Pleasant, Bed Canada  Salome, Swaar, Tolman Sweet and  King Until June: Golden Bueaet,  Boxbury Kusset Willow Twig and l'e-  waukee. Until July: Ben Davia, Lawyer, Limbertwig, Mann and Stark.  It is stated a* being well known  that apples grown in northern latitude are much better keepers than  those from a more southern one; also  thut fruit from old trees keeps longer  than that from younger ones. At tha  present day applet can be had on  one's table the whole year through.  There are applea from the new orop  in our oity markets in July, irom  southern sodroes, and alao from storage kept fruit ol the old crop.  Reliable  Timekeepers  ELGBT  WAIJHAM  and other fur bearing animals ai*  raised have been established in Ontario and other provinces, as well as in  Prince Edward Island.  More Foxes Trapped  For a time ranchers made large sums  from the sale of live foxes for breading purposes to other persons taking  up the industry. Of late, however, the  increasing supply of animals of tha  rare breeds from the northern latitudes has caused the price of the animals to fall from 35 to 50 per cent.,  A single shipment of 126 cub foxes,  valued at 8100,000 was received not  long ago at Vanoouver from Skagway,  Alaska. It included red, blaok and  silver foxes which had been purchased  in Alaska and the Yukon territory,  and were consigned to fox farms on  Prinoe Edward Island, New Brunswick  and the eastern states.  The shipment of 219 live foxes from  Edmonton is also reported during a  portion of the season. The animals  were valued at (320,000, and included  among them ten black cubs which sold  for $3,000 apiece to a New York firm.  Our Railroad Grades represent the  best in models, mechanical construction, scientific adjustments and general time-keeping qualities in the  whole world of horology.  If you want an absolutely perfect timekeeper   .  call in and aee our Railroad models  Ask to Me our two ipeci.li, (ar superior to any Swist watch tpld���  16 size. 7-jewel Elgin in nickle case, $ 7.75  18 ,,   17     ���  Elgin or Walthwn, in nickle ease   12.50  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.        ���  t;     -        'Phone 270  r minns &ea  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  We have just received in time for  THANKSGIVING  a complete line of  From the beat Sheffield cutlers, including  Carvers from $1.25 to $12.50  Carved Handle Bread  Knives, 60c.  White Handle Dessert and  Table Knives, $2.25 to $3.75  Silver Plated Knives     - $5.75  Table Forks, electro plated  on nickle silver -       - $7.75  Pearl Handle Butter Knives  in silk satin cases, $6.25 & $8  BE SURE AND ASK FOR  YOUR  PIANO VOTES  WITH  EVERY  PURCHASE  Morrison - Thompson Hardware  Company, Limited  If you are not saving Piano Votes, help one  of your friends who is.   Ask for Piano  Votes for every cent of your purchase.  V  We want you to have them  Rule* of Contest:  1.���Name ol contestant will not    be  known.  2.���Name of contestant will not    be  published.  3.���Every contestant is creditad with  2,000 votes to start with.  4.���Every contestant gets a /number.  5.���Standing of contestants' numbers  published weekly.  6.���All votes must be brought in for  recording on Wednesday.  7.���Votes must not be written upon.  8.���Tie votes in packages with   contestant's number and the amount  on top slip only.  9.���Color of votes will change     and  must be recorded weekly.  10.���Votes are transferable only before  recording.  11.���Contestant having the largest  number of votes on December 91st  wins the piano.  12.���Candidates not bringing in per*  sonal votet will be dropped. KEUWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1.13.  DON'T  TRUST .  to memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy  or girl. Memory plays  strsng* tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year of to will  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little col-  , lection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWa.lt>.. HJJlX  TbtJtiaj, Friday and Saturday  IS to 6  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two HoaftM on Wil��on Atomic.  Containing thru Bedroonii, Dtaing and  Living roon.i. Kitchen and Bath roomi.  t.leetric Light and City Watar. Finished  in MiwiootCailiage Beamed, Plata rail, ate.  Alto ana coatainiag two Bedravma. Living  room, Kttekea and Bath now, Summer  Kitchea aad Baaeraent, electric light and  ait/ water. Fir finishing thraugaut.  Beth i.it. Urga lots.  Fer terns & prices of above apply awnar  E. ENGLAND  Wilna Ave, ar P. 0. Box 12, Ktlowat.  Room 7  c. a JACKSON  CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANT  TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST    >  WHEN CHIMNEY COLLAPSES  A giant chimney collapsed at Workington, Cumberland, a lew days ago,  and caused the loan ol twenty-live  lives. The disaster has not known  parallel in the country. A street chimney 180 feet high, at the local ironworks fell suddenly at a quarter to  seven, three-quarters of an hour after  tha day's work had started. The base  of the chimney looks now as if the  top had been shaved off with a giant  scnlic. and a portion liet intact on  the ground, The remainder of the  nhimuey erathed through the roof of  on. ol th. workshops, where fish-plates  lor railway construction are made. The  day shilt of about fifty men had started work in the shop and many ol  them had miraculous escapes. The rool  of the workshop was crushed lilts an  cixg shell- Great girders were twisted  and bent, and tha corrugated iron root  wat buckled and in places twept off  the building in jagged squares. The  whole disaster happened in siity seconds. Then hundreds of men from other mills started the work of rescue,  Clouds.of dust had risen from the  scene of the disaster, and hung dark  and heavy over the works, making  tht task oi the rescuers mors difficult.  NEW CONTINENT DISCOVERED IN  ARCTIC OCEAN  Confirmation of the discovery of new  land in the Arctic Ocean reported to  be about half at large as Greenland  was reeeiped by th. Russian Admiralty  In a bri.1 official wireless report from  Commissioner W ilk it iky, of the ld.s-  tian navy. Thit new land extendi in  a narrow ttrip from about sixty miles  north ot Cape Echelyuski to 81 degrees  north. The discovery of this' territory which is now known to stretch  for some two hundred nadtical miles,  was made accidentally while Commander Wilkitzky's expedition was proceeding to the river Yenesci to winter. He  met with solid ice nml piureeding .to  the .north encountered the new land.  Landing at BennoU Island, he found  ths diaries and documents of the ill-  fateh expedition under Baron Toll,  which was lost in lhe year 1900. He  also discovered another imall island.  The discovery of this new continent is  regarded as having a very important  bearing upon the ice conditions of the  Kara Sea   s,  LARGEST BUILDING IN THE  WORLD TO COST $30,000,000  New York's new Equitable Building,  foundation work tor which now is  under way, it haa juat been estimated  will cost $30,000,000. It will be tne  largest building in the world.  Somo idea of what is required in  the construction ol n building of the  type of the new Equitable may be derived Irom the faot that 36,000 tons  of steel will be used In its construction, against 124,000 tons in tho Wool-  worth building, which established a  new record in tho number of tons used  in putting up a hiiilit'.ii'. Tho building  will have 1112 steel supporting columns  and tho weight of tho honviest column will bo thirty-.wo tons.  One of the ..lost interesting features  of the building will lie thut the structure is to bi divided into what in  reality is tour separate buildings. Each  of these buildings or seotions will have  separate shafts for carrying tho eleotrio light wires, 'telephone wirea and  the fire connections with the two 12,-  S00 gallon tanks on tho thirty-eighth  floor, the two fiOOO gallon tanks on  the twenty-sixth lloor and tho two  6000 gallon tanks on tho sixteenth  floor and the pipes from the three up  through which water is forced at high  pressure. By this system if, through  some unavoidable accident, a lire  should break out in nny one of  different sections the rest will be  tirely isolated by tho fire walls  will not be affected in tne least,  will be operated as it they were separate buildings in the true sense of  the word.  the  and  but  AIRSmi'S AS SANATORIUM'S  Tho use of airships to enable sufferers from incipient tuberculosis to  obtain "'tho very best of fresh air" is  lhe novel suggestion put forward by  l.iout.-Col. ,1. F. Donegan. R,A.M,C,  in an article in the "Hospital." Nowadays the open air treatment for consumption is an accepted fact. Already  with the revolving cono system of  anchorage an airship can remain in  llie air like a ship at anchor. Why  should not this means of obtaining  fresh air for tuberculosis cases be tried  as tbe years roll on.  Oi, January loth and 16th tho Conservative convention will meet in Viotoria. It is expected that more than  a thousand delegates from all parts of  the province will bo present.  SIR RICHARD RETURNING  Sir Richard McBride will leave South  ampton-on October 16th and will arrive in New York on or before tha  21st day of the month. He is booking  a passage on board the Olympic, tho  leviathan of the Whito Star Line. After arriving in Now York he will proceed to Ottawa to attend the conference of the Provincial Premiers on  October 27th  WATER (ACT  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE  APPROVAL OF WORKS  Take notice that Rota Casorto, of  Kelowna, B.C. will apply t" the comptroller ol water right I for tho approval ot tho plans of tho workt to be  constructed lor tho utilization of the  water Irom Summit Lake which tbe  applicant is by water permit 81 authorized |to tali,','store and use for agricultural purposes. The plans and pur-  liculuri required by subsection (1) ol  section (70) of the Water Act ai  amended have been filed with the  comptroller of water rights at Viotoria and with the Water Recorder at  Fairview and Vernon, B   0.  Objections to the application may ba  tiled witn tho comptroller of water  rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  Dater nt Kelowna, this 24th day of  September,  1913.  ROSA CASORSO  Per JOS. CASORSO, Agent   1   WATER ACT  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE  APPROVAL OF WORKS  Take notice that John Casorso, ol  Kelowna, B. C, will apply to the  comptroller of water rights for the  approval of the plans ol the work,  to be constructed for the utilization  of tho water from Summit Lake which  the applicant is, by water permit (80)  authorized to take, store and use tor  agricultural purposes. Tho plans and  particulars required by subsection (1)  of section (70) of the wator act as  amended have been filed with comptroller ol water rights at Victoria and  with the water recorder at Fairview  and Vernon, B. C.  Objections to tho application may^ be  (ited with the comptroller    ot    water  rights, Parliament Buildings, Viotoria.  Dated at Kelownn, this 24th day ol  September, 1918.  JOHN CASORSO,  JOS. CASORSO, Agent.  mm  " It"* an ill breeze that blows nobody -my good "  COKE BREEZE  BENEFITS EVERYBODY  It is superior to hard coal;  entirely free from slack'- absolutely smokeless ; leaves very  little ash; makes a clean, bright  fire ; is cleon to handle; and  never smuts the pipes  Price, $13 per ton  STEAM COAL  Suitable for hot water heating plants.    $12 per ton.  ALSO  ALL KINDS OF FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Ordtr Early before the winter ruth  WHITEHEADS CO. }_=5  THE GREENHOUSES. Richter Street  (Between Pretbyteritn and new Englith Churches)  Now it the time to plant  rt. 1 l\l a        Mtgoon (c Senator Dunlop  Strawberry rlants zs.. <...., $1.50100  CUTFLOWERS     Vegetable ind Bedding Planft    POT PLANTS  r%     11 J        for Fall and  Bulbs now ready winter p..n.ing  Phon. 88        PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b���ii7  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  TrEPRWQF THE PUDDING  ISMTHEMITNG  A  DeLuxe   Cook  Book  contains over 600 good recipes  Fr��c to all who visit our ��tor��i  FURNITURE  Department  HARDWARE  Department  Ready for winter and semi-winter weather, with a complete line  of Heaters.  Why not make your home the  most cheerful with an elegant  MAGIC?  Different Designs in Oaks, Brick Lined  Hot Blasts and  Franklins, Airtights of all kinds, Box Stoves,  Oil Stoves, &c.  This wtek't trrivolt intluda soma ol ihe newtst design ia  Wiltons and Brussells Squares  Ahipmats are arriving almost dtily makiag the stoek templet* id t.ety detail'.  White Enamelled Bedroom Furniture  in iiii'i plain desigas, iaeiptneive and very neat.  Satin Walnut finishes, in Dining Table, chairs, Buffets, Ohina  Cabinets and Bedroom furniture, also Fumed Onl, Golden  Quartered Oak, Mahogany, Bull and other finish*.  The Newest Designs for any part of the home  A vary complete line of medium and cheap priced furniture  Tbe goods are right1. The prices are right. .Satisfaction guaranteed.  Dalgleish & Harding  If you are interested in the purchase  of a new  range  don't fail to tee  The Canada National  A perfect article, constructed by experts,  to save time, trouble and worry  /  THE KIRK BOX. Heavy linings, enclosed cogs, heavy anti-  clinker duplex grates nnd briok rest. All parts removable.  Patented broiler and centre support with oven ventilator.  THE OVEN made ol heavy cold rolled, patent .bevelled and  Breton stretohed steel. Patent truss makee the bottom  rigid and impossible to warp, crack or obange its sur-  laee in any way.  THE TOP. All the exposed parts of tteel are. protected from  the lire, there ia no top on any range just as plain,  strong and good as this. Guaranteed to outlast any  oast of malleable range top on the market. The cover  ' frames ar* specially constructed and will not buokle or  warp-  THE "CANADA" COMPLETE. Kull Niokel, Glass Oven Door  with thermometer.'���Polished top, Mirror Creating.  A REAL KITCHEN BEAUTY  } THURSDAY, OCTOBER'16, 1913.  KEI.OWNA RECORD  APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, Herbert I. Johnstone, of .Kelowna, B. C,  hotel keeper, iivtend oo apply for licence to prospect for coal and oil over  the following described lands:  Commencing at a .'>sl. limited at  the N.E.C., of Lot Nil. 4222, Osyoos  Distriot, B. C, marked H.I.J., S-K.C,  thence BO chains north, 80 chains we-^.i  80 chains south and 80 chains east to  place of beginning.  Located October 4th, 1913.  H. I. JOHNSTONE, I.ooator  By ,1. H. Christie, Agent. 47-BO  APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice ia hereby given that I, S. T.  Elliott, ol Kelowna, B.C., real estate  agent, intend to apply lor licence to  prospect for coal and uii over the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at  the N.W.C., ol Lot 4221 Oayoos Distriot, B.C., marked S.T.E., S.W.C,  lliencu 80 ohains north, 80 chains east,  8(1 chains south and 80 ohaina west to  plaoe of beginning.  Located October 6th, 1913.  j,                           S. T. ELLIOTT, Looator.  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-50   T   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, Henry  H. Millie, of Kelownn, B.C., gentleman  intend to apply for licence to pros-  poet for coal and oil over the following desoribed land:  Commencing at a | ont planted 40  ohains north ol S. T. Elliott'a S.W.C,  of lands applied for marked H.H.M.,  S.E.C, thence 80 ohaina north, 80  chains west', 80 chains south, 80 chains  east to plaoe'of beginning.  Located October 6th,  1913.  HENRY H. MILLIE, Locator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-50   ���   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice la hereby given that I, H. B.  Burtoh, ol Kelowna, B.C., farmer, intend to apply lor licence to prospect  lor coal and oil over the following  land*:���  Commencing at a post planted 40  chains north ol H. H. Millie'* S.E.C  of lands applied lor, miir'. od H.B.B.,  S.W.C, thence 811 ihiti's north, 80  chain* cast. 80 ehain* south and 80  chain* weat to plaoe ol beginning.  Located October 6th, 1913.  H. H. BURTCH, Locator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-50  APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notioe is hereby gi.cn ih.it I, A.  MoQuarrie, of Kelownn, li. C, Merchant, intend to apply ior lioenoe to  prospeot for coal und oil over the following desoribed lands:  Commencing at a post planted 40  ohains north of the S.W.C, of H. B.  Burton's landa, applied for, marked  A. McQ., S.E.C, thence 80 ohains  north, 80 ohains west, 80 chains soutu  and 80 chain* east to plaoe of beginning.  Located October 6th, 1913.  A.  McljUAHlUE,  Locator,  By J. li. Christie, Agent. 47-50   .   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROS-  PECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, It. vV.  Uopeland, ol Kelownu, B, C, real  estate agent, intend to .apply tor licence to prospeot lor coal and oil over the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted 40  chain* north of the S.E.C, of A. Mc-  Quarrie's land applied for marked R.  A.C, S.W.C, thence 80 chain* north,  80 chain* east, 80 ohains south and 89  ohains west to place of beginning.  Looated October 6th, 1913.  R. A. COPELAND, Locator.  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-60   : ,   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, Robert McDonell, of Kolowna, B.C, miner,  intend to apply for license to prospect for ooal and oil over the loir  lowing described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 40  ohains north of 1(. A. Copeland's S.  W.C, lands applied for, in irked. R.  Mel)., S.ErC, thence 80 chains north,  80 chains west, 80 chains south and  80 ohains east to place of beginning.  Located October 6th, 1913.  R. MoDONELL, Looator.  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-50   ,   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROS-  PECTIKG LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, R. F.  Morrison, of Kelowna. B.C.. merchant,  intend to imply for licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the Iollowing  described land:  Commencing at a post plnnted at  the N.E.C ol S. T. Elliott's land applied tor. marked R.F.M., S.W.C,  thence 80 chains north, 80 chains east  80 chains south, 80 chains west to  plaoe of beginning.  Located October 7th, 1913.  ROBERT F, MORRISON Looator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 47-50  KELOWNA-WEST BANK I  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 5 a.m., 3.30  p.m;  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelovvna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office : No, 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 5! I  APPLICATION FOB COAL PROS*  PECTING LICENCE  Notice ia hereby given that I, Geo.  Bi .Ritchie, of Kolowna, contractor, intend to apply for licence, to prospect  for coal and oil over th > following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 8l>  chains north from R. K Morrison'*. S.  W.C., of land applied tot, in irked G.  E.R., S.W.C, thence 80 eh ln< north,  80 ohains east, 80 c.m"r.n s uth and  80 chains west to plate of beginning.  Located October 7th,  1913.  GEQ. E. RITCHIE, Locator  By .1. IT. Christio, Agent. 47-50  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  ONE NIGHT ONLY  WEDNESDAY  OCTOBER 22nd  A. MAYO BRADFIELD -  offers the great Hoyt Theatre Comedy, wilh a  1,000 laughs and two tears  MISS ROSE AINSWORTn  With "A  Baohelor's Honoyinoon"    at  tho Operr. House, Wednesday, Oct. 22.  A  Bachelor's  Honeymoon  An entire original production, Clean, Clever, Witty and screamingly Funny  An extra good cast, including  Eddie O'Brien and Rose Ainsworth  Prices:   75c5 $1.00 and $1.50  Plan and Seat Sale at Craw'ord's Store  Rutland News  (From our own Correspondent.)  Miss Pearl Sproulo, of Viotoria is  visiting her uncle, Mr. R. J. Sproule,  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cross and baby  lelt last week for a prolonged visit to  Ontario.  Mr. W. Quigley had good luck when  hunting lasl Saturday, be shot a fine  buck und on going up the mountain  to fetch it in on Monday he bagged  another. His friends are now enjoying  venison.  Thu now game law requiring hunters  to take out gun licenses, has put a  stop lo the promiscuous shooting of  previous yearB, nnd grouse huve been  lower down the hills than usual, several lining shot among the fruit orchard!, on the benches.  The tea meeting and concert on Tues  day night was well attended at tbe  Motliotlial church. The ladies surpassed  their previous efforts with a profusion  of delicious cakes and pies, and ths  baohelors and young people couldn't  get to the end of the supply. No serious accidents orcurred during the acrobatic feat of balancing a cup of hot  1,-11 in one hand and a plate of eatables in the other. After everybody  had confessed to being "full-up" the  musical program was prooeeded with  Rev. W. Vance in the chair. During  the evoning Mr. W. Fleming submitted  the financial statement and Rev. J. 0.  Switzer of Kelowna delivered an address. The following ladies and gentlr  men contributed towards the making  of an enjoyable program:  Song. "Asleep in the Deep."  Mr. .Tack Halt.  Songs. "Thc   Toilers" and "In     Old  Madrid." Mrs. Whitaker.  Recitation.  "The -19-Cent Store."  Mrs. Dreibelbis.  Song. "Moods and TenBes."  Mr. A. Oowcroft.  Song. "Anchored" *Tr. Whiteway  Recitation. "The Strike in the Church"  Miss Annie Gay.  Song. "Caller Herring."  Mrs. A. Crowcroft.  The proceeds reached the goodly aum  of nearly fifty dollars, wnich will   bo  devoted     to tho    par -ona-re bu'lding  fund.  Mrs. Earl Clever left this morning  for Nnnlon, Alta. Sho expects to be  away nbout a month at least, that  is tho limit Earl puts on his batching.  PABM1NG IN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE  Number one hard wheat grown 800  miles north of Edmonton, prize vegetables raised on tho Arctic circle and  spriioe trees six feet in diameter, are  some of the wonders of the northern  territories which Mr. Henry A.' Conroy, inspector of Indian agencies saw  on a northern inspection tour from  which he has recently returned,  I'lie territory ovor which Mr. Conroy exercises supervision, is inhabit  i<l by about 8,000 Indians. Onoe a  year Inspeetor Conroy visits the 15  ugencies and distributes to the Indians  about 335,000 in monoy and several  thousand dolfnrs' worth of other ne-  ���ensaries of aboriginal life.  Mr. Conroy is evidently proud of tha  achiavnumt of the agency at Fort  Simpson. This is 500 miles north of  Kilmonton. "Our ageut there last year  Mr. Card, experimented with three  variotloa of wheat, tho yields from  which wero taken down to Edmonton  and graded Number Ono Hard. Hs  grew also .100 bushels of oats, a sample bag of which I took out with me.  They weighed 38 pounds to the bushel.  Rye and barley were also successfully  grown.  '���'This year when I was there, in  inly, tho grain crop and vegetables  looked well, although the weather had  been,dry. Fort Goodliiipo, frtill further  north, within the Arctic circle, the  very best gardens 1 saw on tho  whole trip, nni there."  TOBACCO GROWING IN THE OLD  COUNTRY  Over thirty acrea of land at Cnurrh  Crookham, Hampshire, whero a few  years ago the only things that flourished wore thistles and rabbits, over a  dozen men recently harvested tho (hrlg-  gost crop of tobaooo over grown in  England. The orop is the result of  tho experiments whioh havo been oar-  ried on by Mr. A. .1. Urandon, chairman of the British Tobaooo Growers'  sooiety,6 who declares that tobaooo-  growing in Englnnd has now passed  the experimental stag*.  The services in Westminster Abbey  Sunday afternoon was interrupted at  conclusion of the third ool-  by seven women, wha iiegmn  ohant, "God Save Mary Richardson and .lane Short. They nr��  being fortdbly fod in prison." _ They  ic|>onl��d this three times when' two  vorgws reached tliem HoA eaoortsxl  them to ths door,  the  loot  to  THHERE is big money in chicken  *    raising if you want to go into  it (or profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them for your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day for ' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative ia now in London, Eng.   Send in your  list and get in touch with Engliah buyers  J  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS   SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE   .   104  Phone 257  P.O. Boa 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Rot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office end Shop:  Cutes, Edwards & Gowen Garage  KELOWNA, B.C.  FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED  HOUSES TO RENT  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS ND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    -    Proprietor  1  2       3       4       5      6      7  8  21  Meal Ticket  9  20  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns 8c Smith, Props.  10  19  LAWRENCE 1 AVE., opposite Methodist a.  II  18       17      16      15       14      13      12 KKLOWNA RKCORD
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Bull, ut HaviW Bttwkawliilf It andi.
\pply  1.:.  Marvin. Maiiug.-r. IGlf
TO   RENT. -Furnished house.    Apply,   MOTOH-BtfS SERVICE FOR VIC-
IV MoDonuUl, lleruard Ave 47 ! . TORI A
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Iiimi. reeen, »■• aad uoW eater,
private If.C, tee* i«n*i. Vpply R
IT   latlei    P (i.  l,   ill. 3«tf,
SpUeiliil (arm properly (-lute to &•-
intim. lompriiieg 21 aaivi (6 aorta in
Ai-ebai-d, ptarti plumt Atwl ptjuntt, l»al
in<t lit uitadow). r.tiMt n»il, tiet ir
rigalioa, Splendid loeat.ei., yootl li.m««
« e |,...fi f*eli. I••m. iinplemtntt,
ie<l household *(fpt.(>. with quantity ul
••■ ten tlie •■■* ineluded in «.•.!• lite
ttrmi ipttad ertv ttuee ytac*. Fut-
i Wer u.tormatinn etn • givtn ai Re-
peit*  effie*. i
FyR rfALJi! Yout-u piga; i*i'gi*tei'ejd
&«rknKirc uyn tlusti lnt*eJiuy stook;
alto irggi for batcliiug. Barn-il Hooks
But. Ocpiugtonij r, c. Uliudu Inland
ttwli, i.-t. Brown l.e^huiiu. Apply
l. ButfUiau, Vi'rnon l.oad, Kelowna.
\ aatft
coons Kuu. sai r
KoK BALK     Ktaci j>o^ts.  Kir,  Appl>
Uatbtr. 'PUm.. B-l. Ml..
i-'nX   ,rAI.K   Uurie,   liugle  ".   duublu
driytr. 0, W. IMokicin, I'.O. host 2m,
•i'ii.<it ran'. 35tf
lm; KALB Alfalfa, Timothy and
(Mover, aud ieoond cut rioVtTi Dp-
livired or in itaok. ^pply Central
Qkauagun Lands. l*o.| or Olotunorp
KnnaV.' W if
IH> FOK SM.iv I1B.01I per ton
le ill*    fttaak,    0.  A. Peeraej Pretk-
.iilt. 46lfe
S'l'RAW   KOK  SAI.K.- 50 loads    good
!.•■:■. t-x lUaw et 1..0I) pet- lund ou
ike tielJ opposite O. K. I.utubsr Co.
yards, Mei.duii Si. \ppl> lo W! B,
\1. i aUlai1, Ks-tumU   Ut. 16".
roH iSAl-k Good Bull piano in uxoeU
Itnl QpiaaKtioa, J't.r)M cash, |!!7fi ou
terms.  M>ply Box 072. 45-47
HH. SALE. Violin |0(i. Beautiful in
i(rumtinl. Appij Box ".II." Kelownn
I.ecOrd, >7
I'oli SALE Cabin cheep, io be ie
iiM.v».tl. -loim Virol. Bernard A.-o
nue.   P.O.  Box   151 '7
oARI)  \\n ROOMS.      UomiortablH
% rooms, null honrd. Telephony. Terma
roatuoable,   Apply third hou^e south
of Engliah -hujvh oil Richter Si,  lit.
WANTI'-I). - Situation. Coolwii^', him tie-
work.  Apply box "R''  Record.       -.7
ft'ANTKD— By yound widow, position
a lion .I'lii'fju i' in good home, pcr-
mnl interview necessftry. MrS1, (J.
iiiun, Kaluwnu P.O. 17
A motor bus company, in which every citizen of Viotoria muy be a shareholder, which will charge fares varying from two to five cents a ride, is.
the project which a number of   prom-
liiient hubinesB men of Vancouver have
determined to carry through aa a re-
nult of the increased street  car fares.
[The company will have a capital of
(500,000, divided into 50,000 shares of
$10 each. The object of having the
(.hares so low is that every working-
Ni-ui muy have a whare in the concern.
WANT-KU An experietiood cU'etapiuker
lumiutnuli and an apprentice. Apply
(i. K. Sn.it. room 0, m'.v Willits
Block. Hill'.
bar.   |
gl'B   Ol
B. E.
■iorrel colt, white on fore-
id leg«j branded I A with
nde down on shoulder, Rnn-
Blaok Mountain. Reward s20
,eigh, Rutland, 45-8
! Payments aggregating $.1,800,00..
j havo boon made to the Canadian Nor-
! thorn Railway in connection with tho
Dominion Act passed lnnt session appropriating 1(15,000,000 of subsidy for
the transcontinental tine. Thn money
is paid out on receipt of certificate* of
completion of the lines and in compliance with the requirements of the
ipecial act.
Every year we have something to
say about Vinegar and- although a
lot of the pickling has already been
done it is not yet too late to mention
it this year. What we want to tell
you is thnt we handle only
VYAXTI'D- Second lininl line shafting.
belting nml pulleys. Apply. Kelownn
Su-ruii   l.nnnilry. 12(1.
noon I'ASTl UK— for stook, Hay led
in winter. \,iply Moloalfs i Stall,
Bmivnriin,  I'hone 3002; 4B-"
Good pasliii'n.i' :■! jljiin.i liunuh,
lliipe miles Irom town, S.K.L., Co.
Apply to 11. S. 1UII. 42tl.
KOI Ml. On llie west aide ol tlie lak.-
near filen H.isn, a saddle. Oivne.
enn lifl\e snine hy oalling nl Record
office, describing saddle ami     pnylne,
evpenscd nf lllis ad. It
livery well dressed lady to
call and see U. K. Scott at her
dressmaking paiiore, room G new
Willits Block, and see her latest fall
nnd winter styles, 45-8
LOST— Ayidnlc liilclr, answer, to the     One lilack    yearling    lilly, no brand
name of    "I'nisj".    Anyone     found small  while strip on lace, heavy set.
1, ■! I'l ,. .1 1-       d-klrlb       till        Lu, 1 If, itini'l, t fi{] MdkV ss.     a   d .wm.
harboring smns will  he   i
Korinan l)av.
l-ili: HUNT, Old lelephone office,
Modern convenience*, Apply Tele*
phoni Co., olflcs; Si. Pnul St. -I4if.
One  second    hand  Icaiy team harness.  One sei.ind  haml   sinirlo     horse
work harness.
lOt.f. Harness Maker.
Take notice thai from thiB date I
am not responsible far any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. W. H. Stock-
well, in the Cily of Kelowna or else
where. Dated this 14th day of October,
1013. 47-50
Term   en nee*  (Vltrher,   1st.     For
terms  and  full  particulars o( Bourse,
apply box "M"  Reoord.
Money to Loan
on  Agreements  of   Sale
Box 129, City
Heinz Pure Vinegar
in bulk
Malt, White Wine and
Cider - all 7 5 c. per gal.
We add no waler; we do no monkeying ; but give you absolutely Pure
Vii egar, guaranteed to contain no
acids, guaranteed to preserve your
pickles from spoiling for as long
as you wish to  keep tliem
Heinz Aromatic Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pure Apple Cider Vinegar
Heinz White Wine Pickling Vinegar
75c. per gallon
Remember our motto:   "QUALITY  AND SERVICE"
The McKenzie Co., Ld.
" K.nc .*atliers niaba fine birds,': and fine
clothes' make ijou Peel ''just fine." We sell fine
clothes, but tee do not " fine" uou io',ien you buy
Proni us by charging you more than the clothes
ore worth: We can mahe more money by selling
Iota of good.; at a little profit trail by selling few
goods ut u big profit. Come in ond "we will
xllOTO yo:\"
An Exceptional Assortment of
Fall and Winter Knitwear for Women
We have taken considerable pains in the selection of our Women's, Misses' and
Children's Underwear and think we have merit in every garment
Wm '• Volts anil  llraivers in (renin  Whits ami nftliii'nl
tfiiifaoUefl nil wool) snd unshrinkable nl S1.39 per gar*
Wnnipii's  Heavy  Pleeos liuml '.hi per cent,, wool,     lioth
in twu pis,* nnrl eonibiiiiitionr, nl  $2.00, are snrp lo ho
Women's KM anil Wool Combinations. Sizes 34 to 4ft
Closed Krotrh nt  W.OO
Misses, Cilia and Children's underwear are here in end-
leM Variety and wo will he most pleased to have you
examine and compare these with many lines. Vests and
llrawers al'from 5flc to1  %\'&
Combinations in all these lines.
The Fastidious Man
About his Underwear
Can exercise his peculiarity to any degree
nnd it is doubtful if lie will be able lo find
anything wanting in lliis representative
showing. We calculate we will be able to
de(y competition as n gam's quality and
prica in anything in llie knitted line.
AT »3.00
There is a fine, all wool, pure white, lovely winter weight
made in shirts and drawers, also combination Ceertoe
AT $2.00
Our natural, all wool, heavy weight, in natural colors is
surely a dandy, in Shirts and Drawers, or Combinations.
This line we also have in Boy'a sizes 22 to 82 at
11.28 and  ILBO
AT $4.00
The Famous Viking Gold Fleeoe, mad* in England, Ventilated' Gussets are a tin* feature in then garments. Also
in Combinations at   $8.00
AT {3.00
Our Natural firey Camel-hair Is exceptional, as it is good.
Medium weight and guaranteed not to irritate the ten-
dorest skin. We have these also in Klosed Krotch Combinations at  |g,00
AT J1.80, 11.78 and .2.26
We have all StanfieM'B haavy rib lines, Blue Label, Red
Label and Blaok Label, for the working man that desires combinations. We had this heavy line made specially tor them.
AT 18.00 ,
We claim we hav* tha finest Sweater Coat in th* Trade-
made by the Harvey Knitting Co. Thay oome in that
real heavy Shaker Knit, aleo the finer weavee at     14.60
AT 18.80 to »7.60
The Jaeger Coat Sweater ie surely attracting some attention as the Green and Greyish Greene are certainly
very exclusive.
Aome Knit Sweaters and Sweater Coats are certainly
all that could be desired for a less expensive make, made
with Vest necks and Heavy Roll Collars at from I! .60
'each to   t8.60
Our 12.78 grade is a winner.
All our new Dr. I Jaeger Shirts in Wool Taffeta, Wool
Zephyr, Twill Flannel and Crepe Flannel.


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