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 %&$HW$i  ���   I ' 'SB  VOL XII.  NO. 25  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. MAY 6 1920.���4 PAGES  11.50 Psr Annum  Plant! of  The old saying that "Ono rninj  meat ia another man a poison" appeal* le be true in tbe caae of  different kinds of live atock. It ia  a fact that um planta whieh pois-  oa horses are not injurious to cattle  or eheep, aad aome which cauae  lots among cattle and aheap are  sot eaten by awine aad bones. In  Bulletin No. 39, second aeries of  tbe eaperimental farms, "Principal  Poisonous Planu of Canada," by  Mist Faith Fyles, BA, obtainable  free upon application to the Pobli-  catioat Branch, Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa, a list of plants  which do injury to the various  classes of animals is given.  The bulletin, which is prepared  for livestock owners, gives information regarding poisonous plants  and enables tbe farmer to distinguish tbe most harmful species in  bit neighbourhood so that be may  be able to avoid pasturing animals  on infested arena until die danger  is past Tbe yearly lots due to  plant poisoning is known to be on  tbe increase bot tbe amount of the  loss it not ascertainable because  manv fatalities are attributed to  other causes through lack of know-  ledge of poisonous planta.  An invention that is expected to  revolutionize tbe woellen industry  has been perfected, aeys the Yorkshire Post, by Henri and Camille  Dreyfus, noted chemists. It is an  artificial wool, which give* tbe  same insulating effects as tbe genuine article and is immeasurably  cheaper because it bas a basis of  cotton waste, treated by an absolutely new chemical process. After  further searching teat* have been  made, it ia planned to eetablish  factories in England and America.  Rutland News  IFttesk oer own  ir>.rr*.n.,nasatr.  The Rev. Mr. Vernier will preach  in the Methodist church here on  Sunday might next at 7.30.  Willi*) Sehell nearly bad a fire at  his house Tueaday. The shingles  ignited from some cause but fortunately it wa* extinguished it time.  At a general meeting of the  Athletic Club a few days ago it  was decided ter form junior teams.  W. Price was elected captain and  Doug. Campbell vice. About  seventeen members joined the  club, and games are being arranged for tbe season.  Just a latt reminder of tbe Athletic Club Concert which takes  place Friday, the 14th. See the  great Maekelyne and Devsnt's  'Decapitation scene" by Mr. Money and other interesting items. Mr.  J. W. Jones will preside and other  speakers are expected from Kelowna.  A general meeting of the Methodist congregation was held yesterdev  when a report of tbe year's work  was presented by the Rev. T.  Griffiths. Miss E. Gay also gave  an account of tbe activities of the  Sunday School during the same  period. After the buaineaa of the  evening bad been disposed of refreshments were served by the  Ladies' Aid. A pleasant feature  of the evening was a presentation  to Mrs. Griffiths of a purse of $25  from the member* of the congregation.  The Rutland Women's Institute  will meet in the school at 3 o'clock  on Friday, May I4tb, instead of  Thursday. Mrs. Stainton of Vernon, an enthusiast on child welfare,  will speak on the aubject, and having lately returned from a visit to  Victoria, where she has been looking into the work of the pioneer  public health centre, an interesting  Refuted Appeal to  the Privy Council  An application' to carry the dispute between John Kidston, a Vernon farmer, and Stirling & Pitcairn  of Kelowna, for a definition of the  market price of apple* and an accounting under a contract, to tbe  Privy Council, was refused with  coatt by the Court of Appeal.  The Court of Appeal heard argument in the cate come months  ago and rendered judgment in  favor of Stirling & Pitcairn. It was  against this that Mr. Ladner, counsel for Mr. Kidston, sought to appeal. Mr. Mayers instructed by  Cowan tt Gurd, solicitors for Stirling & Pitcairn, argued againat the  appeal.  Mr. and Mra. John Fleck were  passengers to Moose Jaw yesterday.  Mr. and Mrs. Windsor are visitors to Victoria for a holiday.  Mr. and Mrs. P. A Scott are  leaving this week for Teeswater,  Ont  Percy Paul went Tuesday for a  stay at Halcyon.  Fred Whitehead was in town  for a few days this week, leaving  for the coast Tuesday.  J. Stewart is a viaitor to Halcyon  thi* week.  meeting may be expected. It is  hoped there will be a large attendance ot everyone interested io  these subjects which are of such  vital importance. Afternoon tea  will be aerved in aid of the funds.  Members are aaked to remember  their subscriptions towards the  support of the French war orphans.  I*  "Yoa'rsrigbtl   Ia ths busy tmtefs wfcea a trip to MB  Il in ir���i]. ] nn nrti a rr **"-*I JrIter,    Aaomt  beat car ia no good without proper lubrication aad good  gasoline. ImpenalPoUrineandlinperlaJPremierGaaoUaa  save faot say tar running '���tide ss a whistle' every saMs  Sill  Steady Dependable Service  IMPERIAL Polarine assures a motorist steady, dependable aervice  from his car. It gives correct lubrication to every type of motor  and every moving part. It keeps your motor running smoothly aad  quietly.  Imperial Polarine maintains, under all operating conditions, exactly  the right body to seal in compression and reduce wear���it burns dean.  Imperial Polarine establishes and maintains a power tight seal between  piston and cylinder walls. Its body it proof against high beats and  the gruelling friction of engaging parts.  Look for the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommendations when yon  buy oil. It shows which of the three grades described below ia best  suited to your car.  Six sizes���gallon and four-gallon sealed cans, steel kegs, half-barrels  and barrels. Buy by the barrel or half-barrel and save money.  Sold by good dealers everywhere In Canada.  IMPERIAL MURINE  (Li&tmitmitJ,)  IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVT  *l^BS��^^^V awLM******,  ���aw*******'/  IMPERIAL POLARINE A  (bararWyh*)  A GMAM UMCUU.Y BU1TEB TO TOVM MOTOR  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  !'i i n< l.<"s  mi  l.utnu.it ion  Many Drunks Up  ia Police Court  Robt. Waldie wa* fined $15 and  costs Monday for being drunk and  disorderly.  Thieve* broke into the Independent Meat Market, Ellis Street,  Tuesday night and stole ten pounds  of margerine.  A quartette of "drunks and disorderlies" were up Tuesday before  Magistrate Weddell, charged not  only with excessive indulgence in  some intoxicating decoction, but  alao in a mild attempt to recall the  "wild and woolly" days by painting  the town red. Unfortunately they  chose a spot quite close to the  police offices tor their scrap, end  were therefore inevitably gathered  in, one of them at least very much  the worse for wear. The party  consisted of W. H. -Russell, J. L.  Russell and E. L. Hornby from the  Landing, joined by W. Dickson of  Kelowna. They were each fined  $10 and costs.  Koong Gay, a local Chinaman,  got altogether too gay Monday  when he was found by the police  indulging in the forbidden pastime  of opium-smoking. His little breach  of the law coat him $25 and costs.  A quarrel among the Chinamen  of the Belgo ranch Sunday night  ended in a police court case Monday in which Chong Kee, the principal disturber of the peace, was  fined $ 10 and costs. In the fight,  which went lively for a time a  murderous-looking carving knife  was flourished, the other combatant arming himself with a chair.  Finally the provincial police were  summoned and the offender removed to town.  Fire Destroys Valuable  Residence at EDI:  High School Notes  The tennis net, which was reported ordered in last week's issue,  has arrived in good condition. It  cost us less thsn we anticipated,  the price being only four dollars  and thirty cents. It is tarred, but  has no binding on the top. The  weather being favorable we will  commence playing some time this  week.  Exam*, teem to be the fad with  our respected "professor*." Tbe  The Metric had one latt week and  the Advanced are in (tore for two  thi* week. There are other* being  kept for future torment. Goodness  know* >what the "Kindergarten"  are going to get. They dcaerve it  still  Mrs. Bell returned this week  from her holiday ih California.  Mr. Jas. Gordon, ex-principal  of the Kelowna public achool, has  accepted a temporary appointment  of a similar nature at Grand Forks.  Indian agent Ball was in town  this week in -connection with the  rights of the Indians to the old  cemetery at the Mission.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce has re-opened a branch in  Summerland after a lapse of several yeer*. A. F. Graves of the  Kelowna office will have charge.  Summerland'* new hoapital is to  have a memorial wing known as  the Musden Van Allen Memorial.  For the erection of thi* wing Mrs.  Van Allen, mother of the late  Lieut. Van Allen, who was killed  while with the Royal Air forces in  Belgium, is donating the handsome  sum of $10,000.  The summer timetable of the  K.V.R. will go into effect on .Sunday. The chief difference is that  trains from tbe west will strive  about half an hour earlier, reaching Princeton at 3.45 a.m. and  Penticton at 7.45 a.m. Trains  from tha east will arrive at Penticton at 10.55 a.m. and Princeton at  3.10 p.m. It it "apparent that the  running time between Princeton  and Hope is being reduced for the  summer by about half an hour.  General Harman ia Heavy  Loser by Saturday's Blaze  A fire which broke out laat Saturday mormi.jg s. the home of  Brig.-Gen. Harman, between Ellison and Glenmore was one of the  most disastrous in extent of property loss which has happened in  the district for many vears. The  large, handsome residence built  by Gen. Harman some six or seven  yeara ago, waa completely destroyed as well as the valuable contents  mostly brought over from England.  Tbe fire started about 9 o'clock  in the morning from some unknown  cause, but supposed to be the upsetting of an oil stove by a Chinese  servant, and in a very abort space  of time nothing remained but a  heap of ruins, amid "which stood  unharmed a brick chimney. Only  the piano and a few small articles  were saved so fiercely did the  blaze spread.  Owing to the isolated situation  of the house and the absence of a  sufficient supply of water or other  fire fighting means, very little could  be done by the neighbours who  hurried to the scene anxious to  help.  The total loss, including the  beautiful and costly furniture and  fittings and silver plate, is variously estimated at $30,000 to $40,000  only, partially insured.  Cyclist lo Collision  Jap Serioualy Hurt in Accident  Sunday Laat  G.W.V.A. Notes  The smoking concert held on  Saturday laat produced the best  programme presented so far. Our  new steward, Mr. Pashiey, delighted tne audience with his comic  songs. While in France he organ  ized a most successful corps concert party, and before the war was  for a time a professional vaudeville  singer. Mr. J, J; Atherton, a new  member from Calgary, recited two  war poems of his own composition.  He is also an actor. Mr. Miller,  lately from Montreal, gave a comic  recitation and a (election on the  piano. Messrs. Ferrier, Gowan and  Holes were among those who contributed to the programme. Mr.  Barrat kindly acted as accompanist  and his playing was much appreciated by the members. We expect  to have juat aa good a programme  for next Saturday.  On the 15th inst. our pretident,  Lt.-Col. Moodie, is lending hit  large collection of war trophies  for exhibition and we expect to  have a mott interesting display in  the billiard room. There will also  be a concert in the evening which  the Women's Auxiliary will add to  the programme.  Player*' Club Brings  "Green Stockings"  ' Commenting upon the play  "Green Stockings" which is to be  presented on Wednesday night  next at the Empress Theatre by  the Player* Club of the B.C. University, the Vancouver Province says:  "Big  audience  is  charmed with  Green Stockings.' These amateurs  seemed to me to play their parts  with the certainty and self-possession of professionals."  The Vancouver World rpeaks of  it aa follows: "The Players Club at  the Avenue Theatre last night, before a house crowded snd enthusiastic, lived up to the standard  which they had set themselves in  their four previous apringaperform-  ancea. Everyone appeared agreed  upon thia, and a record.of thia  concensus of opinion is high praise  indeed."  To Incorporate  K.V.R. with C.P.R.  Mr. J. J. Warren, who built the  Kettle Valley Railway line, a subsidiary of the CP.R, will shortly retire from the position ot president  of the K.V.R. The line will be  formally incorporated with the  C.P.R. system, and Mr. D. C. Coleman will likely be tbe new president, with Mr. Warren occupying  the honorary position of chairman  of the board of directors.  Mr. Warren will remain head of  the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of Trail, a company also  closely allied with the CP.R.  A Toronto lawyer, 50 years of  age, Mr. Warren has spent msny  years of his life in mining and rail-  construction io British Columbia  Secretary Bird of the Vancouver  Automobile Club is in town this  week.  It ia freely predicted in authoritative quarter* that tbe price of the  1920 wheat crop will be high,  some members believing that it  will go to three dollars a bushel,  provided there are no internal  trouble* in aay of the larger countries of tbe world.  A meet unfortunate automobile  accident occurred last Sunday afternoon at the poi t of the Vemon  roed known as Mawhinney's corner, the victim being a young  Japanese boy named Arima, who  riding his bicycle towsrds town  was run down by a car travelling  in tbe opposite direction, and now  lies in the hospital in grave danger  from a fractured skull. The driver  of the car was Willie Day who  appear* to have been driving carefully aad on his right side of the  road. According to young Day's  account of the affair, the Jap cyclist suddenly decided to cut the  corner too sharply inttead of making a wide turn, and neither couid  tum out quickly enough to avoid  a collision.  What makes matters worse is  the fact that tbe driver of the car  is under the legal age specified for  car drivers and also that the car  was unlicensed, and a summons  has been issued on these grounds.  Action, however, has been deferred on these charges, to ewait the  outcome of th: Jap's injuries. Although under age it is only fair to  state young Day is a big boy for  his years and fully capable of managing the car.. The absence of the  license is explained by tbe fact  that he was bringing the car down  from the ranch for the first time  this season, and the afternoon  being so fine had yielded to the  temptation to take a little further  spin along the road.  By Special Request  A final performance of  THE  MIKADO  Butkt  Kelowna Theatrical Society  will be ghtn  Friday Evening  May tht 7 th  in the Empreu Theatre  RESERVED SEAT9, 75c & $1  CHILDREN tie (Galkry Oml,,)  ^V^^V^��,^^^^^wNs^*��^^^^^��^^J|^^��^����^^'^^^^W����^>V���s>) 11GB TWO   -a  KELOWNA  R.BCOM  Thuraday, May 6,192  COMMUNITY PLATE  PATRICIAN PATTERN  Set   your   table with "Patrician"  Community.  It is plain yet most artistic.  We alao have in  stock the Patrician Knives in stainless ateel.  Standard Prices.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optometrist    Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 3002  P.O. Box 418  il. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goodt  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward ft Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Boa 351  SHOE SHINE  AT YOUR SERVICE  CLUB   BARBER   SHOP  KEI OHKNH RECORD  Published every Thursday nt Keiowna,  Britufa Colombia  .IOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  ADVERTISING   RATES  I.ODUS  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC..  L5  ceoU mi   column inch oar  wtA,  LAM) ANT TIMBER NOT1CE8-80 dan. tft-  SO  dava tl,  ffATHB   NOTICES-!? tor fivt   .ri.srlU.ua.  -JKUL AliVKKTISlNG-Firet inaartioa. 18  ooiiU  dm*   line:  aaok   ���abaaoaent   i brer tion   A  ���viitn   rwr   linn.  ilSI-LAY ADVEUTI8EMENT8 - Two ina-hes  ".ii'i under. 60 enntt ner Incti hret inter tion  over two inchaa 40 centa i-r inch ftn>t in-  HrUOKl 20 oaata w* ���������������li .*ch enlwssoiien!  inwrtion.  ���I.ASSIKIK!) ADVEHTISEMENTS -2 ��'".  Der word llrat laaartioa. I eaat nr wind  eaeh aubaeuoant iaaarttoa.  All  ciiaiigea m contract advertiasmenta muat  ���h,  in  the  linnda  of  tba oriatar   bv   Tueadav  .���vcninif    to     .'iiHure     tiublicfttioD     t��     tba     Hit  Decide Against New  System of Coinage  The British Royal Commission  which has been inquiring into the  question, has decided against (he  adoption of lhe decimal system ol  co nage. An alteration of the es*  tablished ay stem, it is pointed out,  could not be made as an experiment. "In our opinion," the majority of the commissioners sav, "a  large part, including the least instructed portion of ihe community,  reckons ita income in terms of  shillings ard pence, and we are  satisfied it is idle to expect that l.e  public would accept the disturbance created by the interference  of their habits and the basis of  their established notions of value  by a change for which they have  expressed no desire and which will  not benofit them except insofar as  they keep accounts."  Benvoulin  Notes  Auction  At the retidence of  V. H. Rennie  Wilow Avenue off Abbott Street  Friday, May 7th  Morris Chair, Gate Leg Table, combined  Desk and Diester, oak Rocker, book Caae.  Circatian walnut Table, 3 oak Chairs, oak  Buffet, coal Heater, open grate Heater, 2  csmp Beds, Wardrobe, iron Bed, Springs  and Mattress, child's iron Cot, 2 white  Chairs, white bedside Table, Dresser,  Screen, 3 small Rugs, Rug 7J 19, medicine  Chest, electric reading Lamp, Mirror, new  hand Sewing Machine, wickerChair, baby's  high Chair, baby's low Chair, baby's  Sleigh, lawn Mower, 55 feet garden Hose,  garden Tools, steel clothes Line and Reels,  3 kitchen Tables, 2 kitchen Chairs, Meat  Safe, carpet Sweeper, Aluminum Ware,  Pots and Pans, Crockery, Glassware, Seal  ers, Wash Tubs and poard, Hair Broom.  TERMS CASH  Sale at 2 p.m.  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  Professional Cards  BURNE fr  WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. 0. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KEKR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B. C  Miss Dora Day left on Saturday  morning   by motor   for   Penticto  for a short holiday.  Mr. Council left on Monday's  boat for Vancouver to attend a  meeting of the synod.  Mra. J R. Fiaher left on Tueaday's  boat for Kxmloopa aaa delegate lo  the   preabyteria!   meeting   of   the  W.M.S.  Mrs. H. DeMara returned Sunday  by motor Irom Vernon, accompanied bv her niece Enid Johnson and  Mrs. Crand.,11, who are spending a  few days.  Rev. Mr. Welsh of Summerland  will preach in Bethel Church, Ben-  vouliri, on Sunday next in Mr.  Connal's absence. Mothers* day  will be observed with appropr'ate  music.  Clifford Sr.olt a former Benvoulin  bov was married Saturday last at  Vancouver lo Miss Blanche Tozer  of Toronto They are spending a  1 on<-\ moon at Victoria, and will  then return to reside in Vancouver,  Clifford being at present with the  Canadian Fairbanks - Morse Co.  there.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOB ��r BUILDEK  Plana and Specifications Prepareu  *nd estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOI IN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  i.oiiHiiltinp, Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi   Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 i/i���**L.   a r  r,    . i ,,-, Vernon,   dA>,  Residence        y\i  Calls left with Dr. J. ��. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      -     Kelowna  Phone 320      V  All members of the imperial  family of Russia are still alive, according to M. Lassies, former member of the Chamber of Deputies,  who has just returned trom a mission to Russia. "Contrary tn all  reporta, I believe the Czar and the  imperial familv are still alive,'* said  M. Lassies. "1 am convinced that  M. Pichon was mistaken when he  described the dealh of the Russian  royal family in a speech in the  Chamber on December 29, 1918,  on the basis of a report from Prince  Lvoff.  City Dairy  Early morning delivery of pure fresh  Milk.Cream, Butter  milk, Skim Milk,&c  PHONE 4709  Murdock ft Shelder  Proprietors  Burne Avenue Kelowna  HERGA AMBLER soprani  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones:  Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming (or the New Year  Phone (or an appointment  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer.    May 4th 1920  ORDERS by command for week  ending May 13th. 1920.  DUTIES:.Orderly patrol for the  week, Wolvea ; next for duty, the  Eaglea.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Friday the 7th and Tueaday the  I Ith of May at 7.15 p.m. and the  bugle band at the fire hall on  lhuraday, May 13th at 7.15 p.m.  Since   writing the   column   last  week we have found that we can.  not   have lhe earlier datea ao  we  have had to book the  theatre   for  the 4th and 5th of June next, that  ia for a Friday evening performance  (oil   werl by a Saturday sfiernoon  matinee. Thia makes the entertain  ment much   closet   to   lhe  achool  closing examinationa than we like,  bul we shall have to make  up  for  it bv not holding the  regular  par-  adfs (or the rest of June, that is up  to camp,    This of course  will not  interfere with the  taking  of  teata  for the different badgea  and   we  would again remind you that the  end of Jure cloaea the year for the  provincial census returns, also that  while  we   hope   to   have   tr large  number of  badgea to   present  at  the concert you need  not expect  any tests to be laken for about ten  dcys prior lo that event.  ���      ���  ���  The following teata were passed  on Saturday last: Cyclist by Scout  R. Todd, 2nd class ambulance'by  Scout A. Geen, Kim's game by  Scouts H. Brown, W. Akeroyd and  H. Cunningham, the tenderfoot by  H. Cunningham, and the mile at  scout's pace by H. Brown. Five  others competed unsuccessfully for  the latter test in addition to some  othera ao altogether it <vaa not too  bad a Saturday afternoon's work.  The more the merrierl  We have as yet heard no expressions Irom any of the local  scouts of their intention to attend  the great Jamboree in London thia  summer, but from the following  quotation laken from the April  Headquarters Gazette it would  seem that many Canadian scouts  are expected : "A large number of  scouts from our dominions and  colonies oveiseaa are expected for  the Jamboree. Some will be coming thousands of miles, and would  naturally like to aee all they can of  their mother country during their  stay here. The commissioner  would be very grateful to hear of  any troops or people who would  be willing to offer some of' them  hospitalitv, either in camp or at  home, but especially the latter, bt th  before and after the Jamboree."  a ���  Every year at camp the patrols  are supposed to take turna in pro  viding the entertainment at the  evening camp-fire, but up lo the  present this haa for the moat part  not advanced beyond the supposition stage. It is not too early now  lo be making plans for thia year's  camp and the camp fire entertainment will be one of the patrol  competitions. Speaking of entertainment aing thia to the tune of  "Over There":���  Be prepared, be prepared  Hear the shouts, K'lowna scouts,  Be prepared.  The voices may be tunny  But our hearts are light and sunny  For the acouta are alwaya everywhere  prepared.  Be prepared, be prepared,  Can you hear il?   Can you beat it?  For work or play time,  In night or day time,  We're the scouts and our motto's  Be prepared.  ���February Canadian Boy.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  WANTED  Tenders for excavating and  backfilling 6,800 lineal feet  of trench, or approximately  1,600 cu":ic yarda.  Apply lo vV. R. Reed, R.R.  No. I, Vernon Road, phone  3404, br to Diatrict Engineer's  oflice, Kelowna.  CHEVROLET  The Chevrolet Truck ia made io a big way���big enough to haul  all kinda of gooda to capacity���doit efficiently, do it consistently!  day in and day out, and do it aa economically aa it can be done!  Electric Lights and Starter Pneumatic Cord Tirea  M. A. ALSGARD  LOCAL DEALER  New Show Rooma and  Service Station  Lawrence Aveau  Chevrolet Truck Chassis, $1915 f.o.b. Kelowna  m^mmmmmmmmemmmmm i i     i  AUCTION SAL1  Being instructed 1 will aell at his ranch, Glenmore, near the Glenmore school]  the movables and household effects ol  P. A.-SCOTT  On Tuesday, May 4th, at 1.30 p.m.  Pair   black   Horses, 4   years   old,  weighing 2600 lbs.  Heavy Horse, good worker, 1400 lb  18   pure  bred  Rhode  Island  Red  chickens  Ford Car in   good  condition, with  new tires  Pair Lumber Sleds Cutter  Two-horse Dray-Wagon  Large quantity Carpenter Tools  2 Logging Chains Fruit Rack  5 sets Whippletrees  Lawn Mower and Roller  Forks, Shovels, fitc.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  2 fine Leather Chairs  Quarter cut oak Morris Chair  Extension Couch  Flemish oak Parlor Table  6 quarter*  cut  oak  dining Chairs,  leather seated Writing Desk  Black walnut Dining Table  Large Sideboard  Portieres and braas rods  Drop bead Sewing Machine, nearly]  new Child's High Chair  Aladdin Hanging Lamp  Mantel Clock       Large 8-dsy Clock-j  3 iron Beds, Springs and Mattrei  2 Dressers and Stands  Child's enamel Crib  Carpet Square, 10 x 12  Rubber Folding Bath  Ice Cream Freezer  . Baby's Folding Cot  Suantity Rick wood Tubr  aisy Churn Boiler  2 Toilet Sets  Large quantity Kitchen Utensils  4 large Crocks       Wire Hammock '  Barrel Vinegar      Empty Bariels  Lot of Crockery and Glassware  Oder And other articles  Everything must go as the ranch is sold and Mr. Scott it leaving the place  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  BY SPECIAL REQUEST  A Return Performance of the Children's Pantomime  THE SLEEPING BEAUTY  will be given by the  KELOWNA JUVENILES  Empress Theatre, Saturday, Ma^ QlL  MATINEE ONLY, 3.30 p.m.    Reserve seata kt Willita W*  Have just unloaded another car of  Roofing, Shingle Stain, Building Paper, Elastigum,  Tar and Pitch  This is the right place to buy when you want to buy right  With a Time-Saver Electric Washer  you can easily get all the washing done in your own home. It saves three  whole hour* on wash day and makes the day an easy one. Both washer and  wringer are. driven by electric power and cost but a trifle per hour. It is  moderate in price, lt pays back its cost in a year in the caving of laundry  bills or washer woman's wages. We have a machine in- the store for you  Let ua demonstrate it in your home..  Phone or call.   . ,\-  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kalowna Sawmill Office Phone 349 Thursday, May 6,1920  KKLOWNA  1BCOM  PAGE THREE  I  /7c^^t^>^>w**^,  1/ ��� ti*'irmo ������  PHONE   561 KBLOWNA  New Styles in Corsets  1V/JANY new models have  V��f lately been added to our  stock at attractive prices.  There are styles for every  figure and a special selection  for sport and outing wear.  Prices from $1.50 to $6  i  White Wash Skirts  Many new atylea ara here in White  Wash Skirta for missea and women.  The materials are Repp, Pique and  Garbadine, and coiiie in  the  latest skirt atylea.   The  prices are alao reasonable compared with other cotton  merchandise. Prices from $2.95  Cotton Jerseys and Play Suite  for Children  New Cotton Jerseys for Boys and Girls 'come in  khaki, navy, brown, grey and white with long or  short sleeves. Also a new garment called a Play  Suit comes with pants - attached to waist and  separate jersey. See this new combination garment  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE COAL OIL  Accessories and Tires    ,      Lubricating Oils  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR  VULCANIZING  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Lawrence Ave. and Pendozi  Stree  Day phone 287  Night phono 67  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden  And haoe better Vegetables & Flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hardy Perennials  Wa shall hava oa sale shortly a fina assortment af tha celebrated  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117  EMPRESS Theatre, One Night 10  Only, WEDNESDAY, MAY IL  GREEN STOCKINGS  'Placed hs the Famous B. C. University Players  We san recommend this sparkling comedy.   All aeats reserved.  For Sale fay Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Marea and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 year..     ' Weight i 200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  %  or at tha oflice of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.   '  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mra. Wataon waa a paatenger  Saturday for St. Paul, Min.  Miaa Armstrong wat a passenger  Monday (or England.  Mrt. G. M. Watt left Monday  for Ashcroft after a vitit to friends  in Kelowna.  E. Hill it a visitor to the coaat  thit week.  Mr. Cornell left Monday for Vancouver.  I Mr. Geo. Thompton it visiting  friends in Victoria.  . H. Waldron returned  yetterday  from a holiday tpent at Victoria.  Mrt. L. V. Rogers returned home  yetterday after a stay of teveral  montht in the eaat.  '  A.   W.   Dalgleish   went   down  Saturday latt to Vancouver.  Mrs. E. L. Cross and daughter  were passengers latt Friday for  Winnipeg.  Mr. and Mra. Webtter left Friday  on a vitit to Calgary.  Mr. and Mra. A. R. Drytdale are  away thia week on a viait to  Victoria.  The Rev. Mr. Gunn, a missionary now on hit way back to India,  tpoke in the Baptitt church on  Sunday morning, delivering a very  intereating and instructive addrett.  The annual diitrict meeting of  the Methoditt church of the Okan.  agan ia being held in Knox Hall  to-daj. Delegatet from Enderby  to Keremeot are in attendance.  A tennis club it being formed  by the young people of the United  church and groundt are in process  of preparation.  The United Ladiet' Aid of Knox  Church will hold a tale of home  cooking and serve tea in Wetley  Hall on Saturday, May 22nd,  A meeting wat held Monday in  the veterans' rooms of thote who  have made application for loant  for building houses under the  "Better Housing" scheme. J. J.  Atherton acted at chairman. A  further number of thete application! have now been accepted and  it war decided that active slept be  taken at once to proceed with the  erection of the housea. It it necessary that all plana and specifications be got ready and placed in  the hands of the city, at all tenders  have to be on a competitive .basis.  The respective merits of brick,  ready-cut and ordinary frame  houtet were discussed, and full  information will be aought on theae  pointa.  W. S. Woods waa a passenger  Saturday to Calgary.  Mr. and Mrt. Nelson Armstrong  returned Saturday to the coatt. Mrt.  Armstrong it a daughter of Mr. S.  T. Elliott.  A football match will be played  in the park thia afternoon between  Rutland and Kelowna teama.  Mr. J. W. Jonea, M.P.P, hat  preaented to the Board of Trade a  large acale map of Southern B.C.  and Northern Waahington.  Mr. and Mrt. W. T. Athbridge  returned Monday to Toronto after  a few weeks atay here.  The Ven. Archdeacon Greene  went down to the coatt Saturday  for a few daya vitit.  Mr. and Mrt. J. L. Newman and  family who have lately ditpoaed of  the property here left Mondav for  Calgary.  Mr. and Mra. Raymond Corner  arrived from the coaat thit week to  take up lesidence in Glenmore.  Former Lieut.-Governor Bulyea  ot Alberta patted through on the  boat Saturday after' a vitit to hit  property at Peachland.  Mra Johnston of Penticton, formerly government telegraph agent  here, wat a vititor Monday.  Mrs. C. A. V.'Buder wat a paatenger to Pulman, Wash., Monday.  Rev. W. Graham-Brown, a minister of the Ettabliahed Church uf  Scotland, formerly of Dundee, will  preach at both services at the  United church on Sunday.  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  I.O.D.E will meet on Tueaday, May  "I Ith at 3 p.m. at the home of Mra.  A. C. Poole.  Mr. R. M. Winalow, aecretary of  the B.C. Traffic and .Credit Association, waa in town during the  week.  Rev. and Mrt. E. D. Braden and  Bernard are leaving on Saturday  morning for Vancouver where Mr.  Braden will attend the aeaaiont of  the annual conference of the Methodist church.  Mrt. J. N. Thompson and Mrt.  H. Dayiet are attending the annual  meeting of the Kamloopt Presby-  terial thit week in Kamloopt and  Mn. Frank Brown ia attending the  annual convention of the Women'a  Miationary Society of the Methoditt church in Victoria. The ladiea  are repreaenting the Missionary  Society of the United church.  The Flowers that  Bloom in the spring  have nothing to do with the  caae of Dark vs. High Coat of  Living. The latest reports of this  proceeding show Dark to be  rapidly gaining the favor of the  public who are the best judges.  *K" rOOTWEAR  The Footwear that will wear. A  small consignment of this famous  brand hu arrived. Watch the  window.  Chas. Dark  Ths Fair Shoeman  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING. 1920  Your car has been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? Is it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable ratea.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official station for the  famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't take it to 'George," Ut Bsuney do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile  Electrician  The Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendozi St.  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   Ellis  Street  WORKS  and Bernard  Avenue  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing operation  Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cuts  From $3  Tread Cuts, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from $2  Bicycle Tire, from ....50c  For quick and correct repairs  ship your tires to us  Reinforcements Vulcanized  3-inch Tires $1*50  34-inch Tires  $2.00  4-inch Tires  $2,50  4J-inch Tires $3.00  5-inch Tires $3.50  5J-inch Tires $4.00  Relic-en from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���  your option  Service and Satisfaction  Tube Repairs while you wait:  Small Puncture  20c  Blowout, 2-inch r.  30c  Blowout, 4-inch  40c  Blowout, 8-inch  80c  Valve Seats  50c  Valve Inside*   10c  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane  - Prop.  Ex R.S.M.  We carry a complete range of Tire and  Tube Repair Outfits including amall Vulcanizes for car owners.  New Tilts and Tubas obtained to order  WEBBER WAGONS  We hsve just placed a carload of these  famous   wagons   in   stock.     AU   sizes.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators      One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  AGENTS  FOR  DeLAVAL  SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN Sc SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We have clienta for  5  to  20 Also at  act ���d Farms   '      VICTORIA  Listings of every description solicited.  A. B. BARRAT,  Near CP.R. Wharf.  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDA' 2  CHILLIWACK  and MISSION  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C.  HARNESS REPAIRS  SWEAT PADS WHIPS GLOVES  Shoe Repairs  Try TENAX SOLES the most satisfactory sole made.   A fibre composition, combining the qualities for Leather and Rubber. We have them.  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building .   - Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucka are all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT  $tgf) &rai)e Ctmekepera  You will understand   why   we specialize  on ELGIN and WAL.THAMS when you  own one.  1915 Railroad Model ina  Cashier case       - -       $58  Other watches from $3.25  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW        - MANAGER  ������������iiiiimiM PAT. FOUR  KELOWNA iseeiB  Thursday, May 6,1920  I  'WEARBETTER'  SUITS FOR THE BOYS  New Spring and Summer styles being shown now.  Come in and see them. Made in plain and rough  Tweed effects.  Major, Beach, Cameron 6c Club styles  Sizes 25 to 31 at $10. $12 and $15  Srxea 32 to 35 ai $12. $15. $18 up to $25  Boys' assorted   I weed Caps at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75  Boys' Athletic Canvas Bals. in Black, Tan and White  Boys' Gun  Metal Shoes in lace or button style...at $5  Boys' Hole-Proof Buster Brown and Peter Pan Hose,  in black and brown at 65c, 75c and 85c pair  Boys' all wool Jersey Sweaters in spring weight  buttoned on shoulder, Navy, Brown, Saxe and  White  Boys' cottonvjerseys in  Navy, Tan and White   .  Boys' Sport Shirts in plain white or white with  colored collars at $1.50 and $2.00  Boys' plain blue and khaki Shirts in sizes \2h to  14 at $1.00. $1.50 and $2.00  Boy Scouts" Leather Belts with Snaps, splendid  quality at $1.50  Boys' Tan Leather Belts at 75c  Ladies' Wash Sport Suits  in palm beach cloth, with Tuxedo collar, In rose,  green and mauoe, at $10.75  Ladies' linen Skirts at $1.50 up to $5.50  Ladies'   White   Wash  Skirts  in  Middy   Cloth   and  P.K at $1.75 up to $5.50  Nice assortment of Ladies' and Missies' Middies in  smock and plain middy styles in white and colors  Ladies' Gingham Dresses in plain chambray stripes  and fancy plaids, nice range of styles moderately  priced  New styles in  Ladies Pumps and Oxfords  Field Mouse Kid Oxfords, good year welts  Patent Leather Oxfords with suede trimmings  Russian Calf Oxfords "English style"  Ko-Ko Pumps with medium heel  Dr. Scholl's Heel Cushion, springy and easy, relieves  thi nerves 50c pair  Non-Slip Heel Linings, prevents low shoes slipping  atthe heels    25c pair  DR.  SCHOLL'S   FOOT-EAZER  relieves and  corrects weak ankles, rheumatism, flat foot, cramped  toes ar.d tired aching feet.    Their specialist  will   he  at   our store  shortly to demonstrate.   The exact date we will give later.  Free consultation  J. f. FUMERTON fi CO.  THE CASH STORE "It Paya to Pay Caah."  Dry Goods phone 58;   Grocery phnne 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Morning-9.20 anrl   I I   .    Afternoon-3 and 5  Spray  Materials  REX    LIME    SULPHUR  ARSENATE  OF   LE4D  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  WHALE  OIL  SOAP  QUASSIA   CHIPS  BLUESTONE  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  Garden, Field, Clovers, Grasses and Grains  Quality ths Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bags  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US NOW  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones:  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116  Boa 116  Opposite the CP.R wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plana and Price Lists of the  sub-division ot ttrt  DICKSON RANCH  may be aeen at thia office.  ORIENTALS   OR  ENEMY ALIENS  NEED  NOT   APPLY  Terma: One-quarter caah, balance  1, 2 and 3 yeara  Immediate poaaeaaion  The Okanagan Brokerage  James Inglis, Proprietor  We only charge TWO per cent, commis.  sion on the sale of Gty Property.  Want Ads.  JOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $! 3.000. the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle -fit Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE���One Planet Jr. Horse Cultivator, No. 6, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware. Ltd. I7tf  Automobile  For Hire  H B. BURTCH  '.   Phone 180  FOR SALE  Apple Tieea, large size, (or fillers.  Varieties: Jonathan, Wagner, Crimea  Golden, Wealthy and Mcintosh.  Each $1.   Per doz. $10, or 60c each, in  quantities, if called (or.  Japanese Walnuts, excellent ahade  treea, faat growera.  Each 73c, 5 for $3  Blackberries, Snyder  Each ISc        10, $1.25        50, ��5  Loganberries. Each 25c; 10. $2.50: 5a $10  Sirawberriea, Magoon.     100, $2;   500, $8  Roiefield Nursery, Gellatly P.O.  25-6  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  recovered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  .like new.  Mattresses Pianos, Ace.  Re-made Polished  Cotey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  PIANO TUNING  with a reputation and on merit  ALVIN E. PERKINS  h.s been delayed several  montha owing to a long ill-  neia but will be in Kelowna  aoon.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  (or the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batterien Sold, Repaired or. Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342.  $2,200. Well . built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. Mouse 32 x 26. Chicken  house and workshop.    Apply P.O. Box  25. 2ltf  FOR SALE, few good Jeraey Cowa.   A,  W. Dalgleish, Rutland. B.C. 21 ef  FOR SALE, two  good Jersey cows, our  beat.   T. Barber, Rutland. 23.5c  FOR SALE, high.grade Ayrshire Cowa,  freah ;   thoroughbred    Holatein   Bulla.  B. F. Boyee. 23tf  FOR SALE,  two   second.hand    Automo.  biles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE, Horae, Rig and Harness.  Apply H. C. M. Wilson, Royal Avenue.              24.5p  FOR SALE, Seed Beans, 8c to IOc pound.  Apply W. T. Barber, Rutland.        24tf  FOR (SALE. Brown Mare, 1.500 lba. 12  yeara ok). Gelding, broken, 3 yeara old,  2 Fillies, unbroken, 3 and 4 years old.  Apply J. Spall Wollaston Ranch, Var.  non Road.   Phone 3006. 25.6  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining riafeta or tha Dominion  In Manitoba, S&akatahewan aad Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tha Northwest  Territories, and In portion of tha Province of Britiah Columbia may ha leaned for a term of twenty-one yeara at  an annual rental of $1 aa aora. Not  more than 2,600 acrea will ba laaaad to  one applicant.  Applicationa for tha laaaa muat be  made by the applicant In person to tha  Agent or Sub-agent of the dlatrlot In  which the rlghta applied for ara situated.  Each application muat ba accompanl  ed by a fee of $6, whioh will be refund  ad if the rlghta applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on tha marchantabla  output of the min* at tha rate of flye  centa per ton.  In surveyed torritorlea th* land muat  be described by aectlona or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unpurveyed  territory th* traot applied for ahall be  staked out by the applicant hlmaelf.  The person operating th* min* ahall.  furnish the agent with aworn return*  Recounting for th* full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay th*  royalty thereon. If th* ooal mining  rlghta ara not being operated, aash returns ahall be furnlahed at leaat one*  a year.  Tha leaae will .naiad* th* eoal mining rights only, but th* leasee may b*  permitted to purchaae whatever available surface right* may Im considered  necessary for the working of th* mtn*  at the rate of $14 an acre.  For full information applioation  should be mad* to tha Secretary ef th*  Department of th* Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or *ub-Ag*nt of Dominion  Landa.  W. W. COBT.  (N.B.��� Unauthorlaed publication of  thia advertisement will aot be paid tori.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 234 Neat door to Poat Office  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern. 6  rooms, hot and cold watar, biuk-in bulfet  in dining room, open firs place in sitting  room, entrance hall, cupboard* in thro*  bedrooms, lot JO x 120. Tho nicest  bungalow in town, foal finished.   Only  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae, 3 bed-  room*, dining and sitting room, kitchen  fitted up with cupboard* and Una, bathroom fully modem, hot aad cold water,  verandah back and front, woodshed,  houae practically new.   $3,500 i  n-*"*T **-��� *"*������t/rfar* nnsmaaiua.  TWO-STOREY Pram, fioua*. f��fly mod-  era, bath, hot and cold water, cement  baaoment, 1st 120 x 100, lam stable and  gang*.   A-*nap. only $4,500. Half  balance to ���  cash  FOR SALE, Chevrolet Runabout. 1919  model, slightly uaed. Apply at Record  Office. 25-6p  FOR SALE, Saddle Horae. chop. Apply  Soon Jnr.. Kelown*.           25tf  FOR SALE, lakeside property, 10 minutes  wharf, school, P.O., store. Houae 5  large rooma and attic, cement basement  barn and hay loft for 8 head.fowl houae  48 z 12, pig styes, etc 7 acre* of land,  5 auitable for email fruits, tomatoea, free.  Cannery close. Box D, Kelowna Record.  25  FOR SALE, very fine weathered oak  China Cabinet, aquare post double Brasa  Bed with spring and best quality hair  mattress, mahogany sectional Book  Cases, mahogany Music Cabinet. All at  very low pricea. G A. Barrat, Glenn  Avenue, phone 348 25.6c  Orchard for Sale  53 acret. 26 acret in tree*, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 years  old. Balance or 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present used for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Alao connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS. BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Pleasant modern houae  on lake shore. Good wages. Phone  2506.   Mrs St. G. Baldwin. 25  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Office and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted.   Arthur  ' Gardiner, Box 482. p  H1SCEIXANEOU8  VACUUM  CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phon* 342.       I8tf  WANTED, good Mare, about 1.500 lb*.,  to work single.   Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  WILL EXCHANGE modern Bungalow in  Vancouver for amall houae with an acre  or more in fruit tree* in or near Kelow.  na. Clear deed, value $3300. I. C. Stock  welL 25.6  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.GS.  courae yet > Fr.e booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Lc-ltie Block, Kelow.  na. 25tf  LOST, Child'a black oilskin Coat, uu sua  Vemon road. Finder pleaae leave at tho  Palace Hotel.     25 p  TWINS  FOR  ADOPTION  Twin dollar bill* wait at tb* Record office  for adoption by the person who can find  me a auitable four or five-roomed modern Bungalow or Cottage for rent with,  in a month. Screened verandah, near  th* lake preferred. Are any of youi  frienda about to move > R. S. Ileley,  phone 4607. 25tf  HAULING TENDERS  The undersigned are open to. receive  Tendera for the hauling of Fruit in boxes,  alao Boxea and Material to and from our  Rutland warehouse and our Kelowna  warehouse. Tenders to be in our hand*  by Saturday, May 8th.  Kelowna Growera' Exchange.  B. C. F. O. A.  A Conference of Shipper* and Fruit  Growera will be held in tk* Board of Trad*  room on Thuraday, May 13th, at 10 a.m.,  to discuss important matter*. 25  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phon* 116 Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  APPLE  TREES  FOR SALE  Stockwell's, Ltd.  rWO-STOREY Prune Houae, bath, hot  and coldI ��*ter, 6 rooms, stable, wood-  $1 Mo'cain^Unc^ *" *3*M0  BUNGALOW, 5 ro^TbeSiroorn, fatty  Tmte^&5dS^'Sffi  large content basement    $2J00 caah.  worth $3,500.   Don't miaa thia chance  to pick up ��� t  BUNGALOW, J rooma. I  modern, hit* verandah on frost, wood,  shed, lot 60 x 120. ready for immediate  possession.   $3,500 on terma.  TWO-STOREY Brick Hou*��. ? room*,  fully modern, with furnace heating, full  basement, (garage, chickanhoua*, large  lot, 70 x 150. Only $4,500, laaa than  what it coat to build.  We have aome choice Lake Shore Property for sale situated at Okanagan  Mission.  Office hour*. 9 to 6 p.m, Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  bathroom, fully  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Deliver*. &c  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt aenic*  and satisfaction  LUMBER  MANUFACTURERS OF  Pine and Fir Timbers, Boards,  Dimension, Finish  I PHONE   1695 |  MUNSON SAWMILLS, Ld.  ENTRANCE TO YARDS AT K.L.O. RANCH  AHRACTIONS at the EMPRESS  SATURDAY. MAY S  Return performance of the Children's Pantomime  Tke Sleeping Beauty  Reserved seats at Willits, 80c and 40c Rush Seat* 55* aad 25c  SATURDAY EVENING  MABEL NORMAND in  ���    ������  "Upstairs  A vivacious farce-comedy in which thi* bright little comedienne gives a rag.  time romance with plenty of Jan.    You will laugh.  Alao a Chester-Outing and a Christie comedy.  Evening. 7.30 and 9.  Admission 20c and 35c  MONDAY  AND TUESDAY  MAY ALLISON in  "Almo-it Married"  An irresistible combination of lor* end laughter.   Mil* Alteon play, th* put  of a Swiss mountain girl whose irolden voice bring her to New Wk and fatn*>  "$1,000,000 Reward," featuring Lillian Walker  Evening, 7.30 snd 9. Admission 20c and 35c  - ��� -���  WEDNESDAY. MAY 12  The B.C. University Players in  "Green Stockings**  A musical comedy ia three acta  Reserved seals at Wilhty, tl ii ta W* Door* opo* I pjo.i curtain DO  COMING. SPECIALS.   "The Miracle Man;  Brat," "Th* River'* End."  52J Hour* Lean ; "Th.


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