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 7g ������/gr-sr-ff ^/ > u> Jlf- " '  tCelottnw  VOLXIL  NO. 4  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER II. 1919.���4 PAGES  $ 1.50 Per Annum  Valley Output 1000  Cars Over Last Year  Exemplifying the big increase in  tha production in the Okanagan  Valley this year, a statement  made on Monday by Mr. F. W.  Peters, general superintendent of  the C.P.R.. shows that 3822 car* of  fruit and vegetables were moved  this year between July 1st and  November 30th. a gain of 1000  cars over last year's total*. The  increase is all the more noteworthy  from the fact that the company has  been experiencing great difficulty  in securing cars.  A prise of $100,000 has been  offered for the invention of an  airplane that will rise and descend  vertically.  The Hon. E. G Prior haa been  appointed Lieutenant-Governor of  British Columbia, succeeding Sir  Frank Barnard, whose term expires on December 15th. Colonel  Edward Gawler Prior, who is sixty-six yean old. i* a native of  Yorkshire, England, and came to  Canada when tweny years old.  Substantial Sum  Raised By Bazaar  The bazaar promoted by the  ladiea of the Women's Institute for  the purpose of purchasing a piano  for the War Veterans' room was a  highly successful event.- Wesley  Hall where the affair wa* held wa*  a busy place Saturday afternoon  and evening. The table* were filled with a tempting array of Christ-  ma* presents, needlework, homemade cooking, etc., which readily  found purchasers. Altogether, including the tag collection which  went on in the streets, a gross total  of over $600 was raised.  The great coal strike in the U.S.  is ended and work ia to be resumed at once. Hundreds of thousand*  of work* have been idle from the  coal shortage.  Knowles' 15th annual watch  guessing contest, Saturday all day  irom 9 a.m. until 10,p.m., no purchase required to entitle you to a  guess.   Free to all.  PATHE  L��T>551fi  add Joy,  ���m  CHRISTMAS  Your Pathe Dealer jff*  Will Gladly Play    'WSm  Over Any of These  Newest Records      .  for Yoa  62045���Noel (O Holy Night) (Adam)' ......tt Percy Hemus  Star of Bethlehem (Weatherly Adams) Percy Hemua  22191���Christmas Ev* In Tha Toy 8hop (Perm)    Russell Hunting & Sterling Trio  Twa* Th* Night Before Christmas (Recitation)...  ., Rusaell Hunting  29116���Santa Claus' Own Story By Santa Claus  Santa Claus' Journey With Hi* Toys..By Santa Claus  20249���Nursery Rhyme* No. 8 (Descriptive)   .........  Gerhard & Hunting  Nursery Rhymes No. 4 (Descriptive)  ....*  ......... ���, Gerhard & Hunting  40141���Tha Birthday Of A King (Neldllnger) (Organ Acs.)  ,    .,   TT    B.  Stonehill  Hsar Me, Ys Winds and Waves (Handel).B. Stonehill  20452���Oh, Come All Ye Faithful and Christiana Awsks....   .....,..,. Pathe Military Band  Hark The Herald Angela Sing and While Shepherds  Watched  ���- W*6 Military Band  ��... Marlon Crawford  .... William Wheeler  40025-Ade.te Fideles (Oh. Corns AU To Faithful)........   ,,,, Clyrio Quartette  Silent Night, Hallowed Night Clyric Quartette'  **04��-Joy To Ths World (Watts) (Organ Aoa.)'���........��   Helen Clark and William Sims  In Ths Sweet By* snd By* (Webstar) ............  ,  Cuautauq.ua Preachers' Quartette  40187-Ths Lerd Is My Light (Allirter)........***, ftonehlll  Ths Trumpet ,8hall Sound (Handel)... .B. Stonehill  22190���Roek of Ages (Hastings)    , Shannon Pour, Unaccompanied  Abide  With M* (Monk) Barle P. Wild*  20453���Christmas Vals* (Margie)..Paths Freres Orchestra,  Belts Of May (DltUlch),...Paths Freres Orchestra  20454���Nearer, My God, ts Thss (Mason),   (Chimes  with  organ) r. .Chris. Chapman  Lead, Kindly Light (Dykes), Chimes   with organ)   ,.,., ��� Chris. Chapman  Pathe Distributors limited  Winnipeg  20242���Holy, Holy, Holy   0 Holy Night t*.  Extra Street Lighting  Would Cost Too Much  Council  WiU Ask   Increased  Amount for Soldiers' Housing Scheme  It is to be (eared that those people who prefer to stay out until  midnight or after instead of going  to roost at ��� reasonable hour, will  riot receive much encouragement  from the eity council. According  to a report aubmitted to the council at Monday's meeting by the  chiel engineer, the cost of complying with a recent suggestion and  lighting the streets half-an-hour  earlier in the evening and turning  them out an hour later would  amount to $643 for the year or an  average of over $53 per month.  In view of the scarcity of fuel and  the present difficulty of obtaining  it, it was decided not to make any  change.  Speaking further on the subject  of fuel supply, Aid. Meikle reported that he had been informed that  cordwood would coat $6 pet cord  piled on tbe Westbank wharf. To  this, of course, would have to jbe  added the cost of bringing it across  the lake to the power house. The  council decided . that this would  make the coat of wood delivered  at the power houae prohibitive.,  Included in the correspondence  read waa a letter from the Kelowna  Board of Trade requesting that the  chief streets leading to the packing  house district be repaired at once  and that water troughs be constructed in that neighbourhood for  the convenience of teams hauling  produce. As the appropriations  lor the present year had already  been expended, these matters were  laid aside to be dealt with by the  council of 1920.  A further letter from the Board  aaked the council to reconsider  its decision not to accept assistance  from tha government to built bouses for ex-soldiers or soldiers'  widows. The G.W.V.A. also wrote  with the aame object, the latter  pointing out that Penticton had  recently received an additional  $14,000 for soldiers'housing purposes, and suggesting that as there  are widowa and returned soldiers  in Kelowna who wish to take advantage of the Act, the council  should put in an application for  an increase of the $7500 originally  allotted in Kelowna by the government.  After giving the matter careful  consideration the clerk was instructed to advise the proper provincial department that, in the  opinion of the council, the small  amount originally allotted to Kelowna under the Better Housing  Act could not be expended advantageously, and to ask whether  our quota could not ba increas*d  by $20,000 or $25,000. A request  was also to be sent for full information in reference to procedure,  copies of plans, and specifications,  ex., to enable the council to act  intelligently on the matter.  A request waa made by the  Board of Commerce of Canada for  the appointment of a suitable person in Kelowna as correspondent  to the Board in compliance with  which Mr. E. Weddell was nominated.  The vVorkmen's'.Compensstion  Board advised the city that it would  be necessary to supply each department with a first aid kit in  accordance with the regulations.  The private' secretary to Her  Msjesty the Queen wrote advising  that the boxes of apples which  were forwarded to her in accord  ance with instructions Irom the  Prince sf Wales had arrived, and  expressed Her Majesty's sincere  thanks for the same.  In his monthly report the chief  constable pointed out that the milk  samples from the licensed dairy,  men were this month below the  standard prescribed by the by-law  and the clerk was instructed to  draw attention to them.  Mrs. Ralph Smith  Is Forceful Speaker  Makes Favorable impression  In First Visit to Kelowna  Last Thursday undei the auspices of the Women's Institute,  Mrs. Ralph Smith. M.P.P, sole representative of her ses in the provincial house, paid a visit to Kelowna, addressing a public meeting  in Wesley Hall. Mra. Smith has  been east and is visiting the Okanagan for the first time on her way  back to Victoria. She is a good  speaker and created a most favour-  ���able impression, her unique position in the House lending still  more interest to her remarks, which  were chiefly concerned with the  B.C. legislation affecting women,  especially that which had been  passed since.she became a member of the House. An Act which  had really been "mothered" by her  though introduced by the Attorney  General, was the Minimum Wage  Act for women, a measure which  had already accomplished immense good. Mrs. Smith waa most  enthusiastic upon the necessity for  taking care of mentally deficient  children, quoting the report of the  Dominion Committee on Mental  Hygiene to show tbe appalling  conditiona in this province. A vast  proportion ofthe crime and' misery to be met with in the larger  cities was due to the neglect of  backward children.  Mrs. Smith also spoke of the  necessity of Canadianizing the  children of the foreign element  The future of the country was in  the schools and every use should  be made of the educational machinery to assimulste the children  of immigrants.  Mrs. Smith ended with an eloquent appeal for co-operation in  raising the standard of citizenship.  It was a duty wo all owed to our  country to so act that the nest.  generation would be able to live  under better conditions than our  own. �����  A short programme was given  which included songs by Miss  Hazel Ritchie and Mrs. Trenwith,  a recitation by Master Buster Brown  and a dance of the Highland  Fling by Miss Patsy Anderson.  Friday morning Mrs. Smith paid  visits to various places of interest  including the schools and hospital  and at'noon she was entertained  at a luncheon at the Lakeview  those piesent being Miss Reekie,  Miss Leckie, and Mesdames Rogers, Cameron, Sutherland, DeHart,  Rowcliffe, McCready, T. W. Taylor  Knowles. Dick. D. Williams, Meikle, Fumerton, W. Lloyd-Jones, Mc-  Csllum, Swerdfager, Millie and  Trench. Later Mrs. Smith left by  the boat to fulfil an engagement at  Peachland.  Rutland News  tWtom oar own oorre^inondiBtt.  "Daddy Long Legs" Next  Monday and Tuesday  JAMES H. TRENWITH  Tha KUetrlo Shop, 1  AGENT  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCurdy  leave Friday for a visit to Hartney,  Man.  The Penticton city council has  issued its ultimatum that there ia  to be no more applications for  ligbt granted until the plant is in  Humor, with teara that tread upon smiles,  ia the keynote of "Daddy Long Lags,"  screen version of the famous story by lean  Webster, in which Mary Pickford will be  aeen at the Empress Theatre. In thia, the  first of the productions to be made by her  very own company, Miaa Pickford, aa  "Judy Abbott," easily haa the beat role of  her career. As a poor orphan child, aver  helping those about her and making tha  moat of cruel treatment, she finally rises to  wonderful heights.  Tha picture waa directed by Marshall  Neilan. one of the new wonders of tha  screen world. Mr. Neilan ia foremost in  the new generation of producers and a  very young man, but already he haa won  the aame of "The Mark Twain of the  Screen," ao human and humorous are hia  touches. The early part of "Daddy Long  Legs" is especially full of-laugh-winning  situations of many aorta.  How the pathetic little onea "carry on"  when the hypocritical matron ia trying to  make them "ahow oft" for tbe trustees of  the institution; how ther go on strike  against prunes; and how Judy Abbott (the  sunshiny little orphan played by Miaa  PicVford) aided by a freckled-face little  boy, play tricka upon the matron's daughter, are only a few of the humorous episodes in which the picture abounds.  Aa well aa being a picture which will  tug at the heart atrings of every parent,  "Daddy Long Legs" will make the child*  ren and the childless elders laugh, for  there ara dozens of awset and funny child-  ran in it, who play tha parts of orphans  in this great home where tha early part of  the action ia laid.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall arrived  last week and intend to make tbeir  home here.  There will be an entertainment  on Thursday afternoon, December  18th at lhe school house, given by  the pupils. Specimens of their  work will be on exhibition. All  residents of Rutland ahould be  present on this occasion.  Rev. T. Griffiths had a pleasant  surprise last Friday evening when  several members of his congregation from Ellison and Rutland called at the parsonage and presented  him with a sum of money, in token  of appreciation of his services.  Don't forget the R.A.C. dance in  the achool house on Wednesday,  the 17th of December. Tickets  may be obtained from members of  the club. This will be the biggest  dance the boys have ever held, and  it ia to be hoped that it will prove  the most successful also.  There were two errors in the list  of subscribers to the Rutland War  Memorial, published on November  20th, viz: G. Schofield's subscription of $50 was omitted, and C. J.  Duncan waa credited with'$ 10' instead of $50. Further subscribers  to date are: J. Reid, $5; Rev. Connal, $10; D. Hartley. $5 ; Leslie  Richards, $5 ; Rev. T. Griffiths. $5;  J. Campbell. $6; Mrs. W. McDonald. $10; T. Maxwell. $10; A. E.  Harrison, $5 ; W. Leitch, $2.50; C.  M.Leitch,$l.  There was a good attendance at  the school house laat Thursday  afternoon, when Mrs. Ralph Smith.  M.L.A., gave a lecture on what the  Legislature has done for women  and children. Mrs. T. Maxwell  acted as chairman, and Mr. J. W.  Jones introduced the speaker in a  few well-chosen words. Tbe meeting waa opened by the singing of  the "Maple Leaf" by the school  children. Mrs. Smith also gave a  short talk to the children. At tbe  close of thai meeting a hearty vote  of thanks waa given lo Mrs. Smith  for her interesting address.  The regular fortnightly meeting  of the Y.P.S. waa held in the school  house on Friday evening laat.  Owing, no doubt, to the cold  weather the attendance waa very  small. The subject for the evening  was "The Life and Worka of Mark  Twain," and several very amusing  readings from bis works were given.  The next meeting of the Young  People's Society will be on Friday  evening, December 19th and wiil  be the occasion of the election of  officers for the forthcoming vear.  In addition there will be a ahort  programme and refreshments will  be served. It is hoped that there  will be a good attendance of members and their friends.  Mr. and Mrs. R. A McClure are  visitors this week to the coast.  $10,000 is to be spent on the  road between Westbank and Summerland, and work has already  been started straightening out some  of the bad curves.  The marriage takes plsce this  afternoon in Vernon of Jack White  and Miss Meldrum, both well  known local young people. The  honeymoon is to be spent at the  coast.  G.W.U Open Their  New Club House  Best Equipped  Headquarters  In Interior of Province  Last Thursdaj afternoon tbe  club house of the local G.W.V.A.  was (opened, the occasion being  celebrated by a tea served in the  afternoon by the Women's Auxiliary of the Association at which  about a hundred people were preaent including members and their  wives and visiting friends. This  was followed in the evening by a  "smoker."  The new quarters have been remodelled from the building on  Ellis street south immediately behind the Kelowna Club, formerly  used as barracks by lhe 172nd during their period of training here  and purchased by the Building  Company of the G.W.V.A. ftom  S. T. Elliott. The result is a very  convenient and comfortable place,  well suited for the purpose of a  club and meeting place of the returned men. As pointed out by  General Harman, who performed  the opening ceremony, this new  club house will no doubt form a  home and a centre for the war  veterans for many years to come  and help to keep alive the sentiments and ideals which had be-n  inspired by their war experiences.  The building is two storeys with  a basement in which is installed  the furnace which supplies heat to  all the rooms. Th>* first floor consists mainly of a large lobby or  smoking room furnished with comfortable chairs and tables with  games, books and periodicals To  the rear is the kitchen with ali the  necessary equipment, and a canteen for the aale of soft drinks, tobaccos, &c. Upstairs is a general  meeting room and two bedrooms  for the use of out-of-town members.  During lhe opening ceremony  Coi. Belson, the secretary, made a  presentation to the Association on  behalf of M J. Crehan, of a handsome president's chair bearing a  suitable inscription. Further presentations were a hanging electric  fixture from J. R.Campbell, a clock  from Mr. Holl, and a picture of  Field-Marshall French, by Mrs.  McCready.  Altogether, it was stated, the  club is. undoubtedly one of the  best equipped in the interior of  B.C.  Miss Alice Gordon, who hss  been on the relieving staff of the  Kelowna Hospital, left last weekend for her home in Nanaimo.  Capt. Ross Smith, an Australian  aviator, has made the trip from  England to Australia fly air, thereby winning a prize of $50,000 and  other lesser sums.  The Allies have consented to  modification of some of the terma  of the protocol putting the peace  treaty into effect, to which Germany  had made objections. The clause  providing for indemnity for lhe  destruction of the German fleet at  Scapa Flow has been modified so  ss to refer to The Hague tribunal  the question whether the delivery  of the tonnage demanded will cripple Germany, it is understood.  The old tennis court is being  flooded (his week for a skating  rink, and will soon be in condition  for use.  Mary Pickford in "Daddy Long  aasaasaa PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, December 11  SYNOPSIS   OK  OOAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  :.i Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, ami in -portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leaa-  ��il for a term of twenty-one yearn at  an annual rentul of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  une  iipplic-int  Applications for the lease must be  made by thu applicant in person to the  Agent oi* Suh-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a. fee of JO. which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rute of five  centa per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions oi sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for Bhall be  staked  out by  the  applicant  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returne  accounting for tiic full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returne shall be furnished at least once  a year. ���  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. COHY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for)  Ward & Baldock  CON TRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  BANKO  BERKSHIRES  Our foundation herd contains tlie  best procurable Hi gs imported from  U.S.A.  From GoBs.ird Breeding Estates,  Chicago -Dow, sued bv the famous  Epochal Boar, sold for $10,000.  From Winona Ranch, Oregon���  HOMEWOOD   LEADER   3.     Isi  prize at Vancouver and New Westminster, 1919 and CHAMPION  BOAR, any age, al Vancouver. 1919.  RIVER BANKS LAUREL, 16.   1st  prize at Vancouver and at New  Westminster, 1919, and CHAMPION  SOW. any age, al Vancouver and at  New Westminster. 1919.  Service of HOMEWOOD LEADER 3, $5.  Boars and Gilts for sale.  Bankhead Orchard Co, Ltd.  KELOWNA  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the   best  authorities   in  Canadian  piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will  be in Kelowna in a few weel.s  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Upholstering  Pali, .ini & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, 8tc.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corner*  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna   Furniture Co,  KELOWNH RECORDILoca/ Scouts Column  Publiabftd every Thm-mtuy at Kelown.-.,  British Columbia  ���10HN   LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATEN  ���J1.B0    per   rear;    7ftc..    ��ii    month*.   OnlUd  BtatM O esnrls additional.  -'utinerilw-jri at the teiiulnt rti'* imn bave  kltra papers mailsxl to friondi* n* a diHtr-.oro  -.1   HALF   RATE.   i.*..   76  rents  .*.   mar.  This  BDecial  nriylleas   it   granted   for    tar  unroots  'if  ftdvcrtistiur -he ritr  -.mi district.  Alt  mibacriDtiotu  na-rabln  in  advance  ADVEHTIHINU   RATES  ..OWE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC.,   *.{*>   oents ner   i-olumn inch ner wiK-k.  l.AND AND TIMBRH NOTIOEB-80 dan. 15'  60 davi 17. '  fVATBK  NOT1CES-SV   lor   (iv*  inurtiuu.  LEGAL ADVEIITISINU-Firiit irusrtioD. 12  oenta per line; each aubeeanent inner tion *  ������1'nts  per  line.  Hsri.AY ADVERTISEMENTS- !wo inchea  and under. 60 cant* ber inoh fint ineertion  over two Inches 40 cents Dei inch first insertion: 20 oents aer Inch ,-ai-h eubeeaueDt  Inssrtlon.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oentr.  oer word tint inaertion. 1 oent Der word  "lu'li  aobftequeut insertion.  Benvoulin  Notes  Miss Roxie McClure is spending  a few day8 visiting Miss D  Day.  The U.F.W. of Benvoulin held  their regular meeting at lhe home  of Mrs. Chamberlain on Thursday.  Friends of Mrs. Goodie will be  sorry to heat she is in hospital,  having undergone an operation  Miss Isabel and Mailer Jakie  Reid have left to attend college al  Claiesholm, Alta.  The series of meetings held during the past week at the Benvoulin  Presbyterian Church proved quite  a success and were very well attended, considering the slate of  the wealher.  O.i Fr day evening a parly of  young folks made up a Burprise  parly and visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Munson. Cards and dancing was  lhe order of the evening and lhe  parly lasted well into lhe morning  hours.  lire Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. held their annual meeting  at the home of Mias D. Day on  Wednesday December 3rd. The  Rev. Mr. Brown ot Oyama address  ed lhe meeting, taking as his topic  " The Chinese and their Customs."  A joint meeting of parents, raie-  payers and others resident in lhe  Okanagan, Mission Creek and other  school disttit'ts wiil be held in  Bethel Presbyterian Church, Benvoulin, on 1 hutsday December 18'.h  at 8 p.m. Subject for discussion  "Better Educational Methods."  Special speakers will be present.  Woods Lafe Jottings  Preparations for the Christmas  entertainment on December 23rd  are going ahead. A real good  tim? is anticipated by the kiddies.  The snap of zero weather we are  experiencing just now is causing  considerable outcry, but when wi  hear of forty below already reached  on the prairie, we still hav-.* something to be thankful for.  Mrs. R. Smith, M.P.P., gave a  very able and interesting lecture  on "Citizenship" in the school on  Wednesday December 3rd, under  the auspices of the Women'a Institute. A good audience listened  with interest to the describing of  measui - 8 passed in Parliament  since worn*: n obtained the franchise. She stayed overnight as the  guest of Mrt. D. Claike.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  VOTERS' LIST FOR 1920  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a  Court of R. vision will be held on Wednesday, December 10th, 1919, at ten o'clock  in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber,  Kelowna, B. C., for the purpose of bearing  and determining any application to Blrike  out the name of any person which litis  been improperly-placed on tlie Municipal  Voters* List for the year 1920, or lo place  on euch list the name of any person improperly omitted'from same.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, J3.C, City Clerk.  November 19th, 1919. 2-4  Edited by "Wolf."    Dec. 9th, 1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending 1 huradav, December 18th,  1919.  DUIIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Owls ; next for duty Ccugais.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday. December 16th, 1919, at  715 p.m.  We hope to start basket-ball this  week.  As we have suffered ihe loss of  two of our patrol leaders it was  found necessary to make Borne rearrangements with regard to patrols  in the troop. A Court uf Honor  was held for this purpose at the  scoutmaster's office on Monday  lust at 5 o'clock. As there were  too many patrols under strength it  was decided to do away with one  of these. The Wild Geese being  the newest patrol, and none of its  members having yet obtained their  shoulder knots, it was thought that  the best thing to be done would be  to amalgamate it with the Cougars  under the latter name, and with  DuMoulin aa pa!rol*leader. Ihe  results of the voting at the last meeting proved that McKenzie was to  be the new patrol leader and he  was put in command of the Owls.  Scout Small was chosen as second  tor the Wolves, while Rowcliffe  was transferred to the Eagles. Hubbard waB transferred from tl  Cougars to the Eagles and Cub  Williams was attached to the Cougars. Scout Hugh McKenzie gave  notice that he intended lo leave  the troop definitely, and was ac  cordingly crossed off tlie roll. These  arrangements give us two patrols  with full strength, the Otters and  Cougars. The rest have a strength  of six each.  In the examination held for patrol leaders with regard to the tenderfoot tests, owing to the numbi  of general questions asked not  strictly tendejfoot, it was foui.d  necessary to lower the per cent.  from 85 to 70, and under these  conditions all passed but two. One  of the questions was asked in particular to test the knowledge of  scouts in connection with the war,  and some of the answers were re  matkable. One question asked  was "What army of fighters in ancient history took the cross of St.  George for their emblem?" The  answer to this of course was "Th  Crusaders." Then we asked for  the name of the general who captured Jerusalem in the present war  Out of ten writing three scouts  answered the question correctly,  four were unable to give any answer, and from the three remaining  that for this victory we were indebted to Generel Pershing, Earl Kitch  ener and General Townsend respectively.  We had a variety of answers to  the question as to what good turn  the particular scout had done during the day. Some are as follows :  "1 haven't done a good turn to-day  that 1 remember, as I have not yet  li ul the chance (but the day isn't  over vet)." Another states "I  brought in some tubs of water for  mother". . . "1 intend to get a paper  for a man staying at our place".  "I posted a letter for a person".  "Fixed a cinch on a boy's saddle"  ... "I have helped a fireman clean  out the dance-hall". . "I gave a  cold girl a cud of hot cocoa", . . "I  amused a little crippled boy this  morning while I worked". . . "I took  the food to the cellar for mother.'  Automobile  For Hire  H  B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180,  I M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOiVNA.  ,      -THE-  Veteran Meat Market  are running Three Specials  all day Saturday, of good  Steer Beef:���  Ribi Roatt, any weight, 25c Ib.  Round Steak 25c Ib.  Choice Sausages   -      25c lb.  Come early and avoid the rush  Phone 183 Cash and carry  OTHER MEATS AS USUAL  Auction  The property of  A. N. Harker,  Beach View, across the creek, Abbott St.  Thursday, Dec. 18th  Commencing 1 p.m.  Mason & Risch Piano. Axminster Rug,  10 x 15,4 leather-covered Arm Chairs. 4  Russian leather Cliaira, Russian leather  Morris Chair, Oak Centre Table, Couch,  Oak Writing Desk, 2 Grass Chairs. Electric  Reading Lamp and shade, Brass Jardiniere, 6 pairs Drop Curtains, Sofa Cushions  oak Hall Set, Hall Mirror. Rug 6 x 10, 2  Coal Heaters, Stair Carpet, Oak Extension  Dining Table, 2 sets oak and Leather  Dining Chairs, Axminster Rug, 12x15,  Oak Buffett, Large Walnut Buffet or Dress-  er with very large mirror, Circasian wai-  nut Diesser, 3 Bedroom Tables, Mirror, 2  Chiffoniers, 2 Rugs. 8 x 12, 3 Bed Springs  and Mattress, Brass Bed, Spring and Mattress. Oak Dresser, Rug, 9x9. Oak Desk,  Table and Chair, Singer Sewing Machine,  Blankets, 4 Eiderdown Coverlets, 4 pairs  Pillows, Large Chiffonier, 2 Wardrobes,  Pair long Curtains, 6 pairs short Curtains,  Bedroom Carpet, Gurney Oxford Range,  Wheelbarrow, Garden Roller, Kitchen  Cabinet, 3 Kitchen Chairs, 2 Ki chen  Tables, 8-day clock, Tubs, Pails, Kitchen  Utensils, Step Ladder, Dishes, Copper  Kettle, and many other things not mentioned.  This lot is in good order and very desirable. It stormy or cold day will be sold  inside. Do not bring any children. Come  early and bid fast. TERMS CASH  CORRESPONDENCE  To the Ed-itor of  The Kelowna Record.  Sir: Indie interests of patriotism  will you please insert the following:  Let ur hope that all School Boards  in BC. do not'show the same con-  ftidetaiion to returned soldiers as  the Kelowna School Board jdid recently in refusing a fully-qualified  returned soldier to substitute for  two ��veeks in Kelowna school.  The only reason given was that,  being   a   local   boy, he was neces-  Stockwell's. Ltd., Auctioneers  Professional Cards  BURNE & 0EDDBLL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOK ts BUILDER:   ���  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicl'uild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  I'otiaultllig Cicil and  Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report, on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water License  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  Residence      313  Vernon, B.C,  Calls left with Dr. j. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      .     Kelowna  Phone 327  HtKUA AMliLtlASopran.  LesBons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  RUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for ul) classes  of work  sarily "one of the boya.*  glance at the roster of tha  na achool will soon show).  the School Board adhere  policy. In the face of thin  a local gill, with less ex |  waa chosen. If this extj  tiue patriotism is lo'lowet  district, the war memoriij  nappo.  Thanking you for your i  and thoughtful considerate  to remain, most sincerely  RETURNED  Let us all have a guess on  Knowles' watch Saturday next.  Guessing all day from 9 a.m. until  10 p.m.   Free to all.  P. B. WILLITS & Q  CHRISTMAS SUCGESTIOl  THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON   WE  HAVE A PARTICULAR  CHOICE   SELECTION OF APPROPRIATE AMD  USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS  BOOKS  ' Children's Books (or alt ages, including Bubble Books with pR  ograph records. Bedtime Story Books, Annuals, and Animal j  Bird Stories.  BOOKS  Suitable for Adults, in very pleasing  leather  bindings, of I  Authors .and Poets.     Also latest Best Sellers.  Parisian Ivory ,���  Our display of Parisian   ware is exceptionally complete, nntJvfl  surely be very acceptable to any member of the fair sex.   Pi/J  ian Ivory Brushes with pure bristles,   Parisian Ivory Mirrors ���*���*  elegant bevelled glass, also all the numerous small articlei  Eversharpe Pencils  These pencils are one of the most acceptable and useful gift'  have ever offered, particularly for "hubby" or "daddy."  They are EVERSHARPE, unusually   well constructed, and \  ished in any style, suitable to your pocketbook, from $1,304  to $6-jr $& on l2Kand IBKgold. Ask to see the EVEKSHAR  Tempoint and Waterman Ideal Fountain Pens  These guaranteed pens are world famous, too well known?  any further description here. Always very acceptable and I  useful.  Thermos Bottles.    Aluminium and Rubber  Hot Water Bottles  These are great comforts thie season of the year.  Kodaks and Brownies  Are gifts that give pleasure to any and every member on  family.    An all-tne-y ear-round present,  CHOCOLATES  Never have we had auch a choice selection of ARTIST1CAL'  DECORATED     PACKAGES    ol    NEILSON'S   DELICTO  CHOCOLATES.  To  behold   these   Chocolate creations,   immediately creates*:  desire  ol   possession   of  "sweetness unexcelled."    NElLSOi'  "THE CHOCOLATES THAT ARE DIFFERENT.  CIGARS  Domestic and Imported. Tobaccos, Pipes and Cigarettes, ap^  priately wrapped for Christmas presentation.  STATIONERY  in Fancv Christmas Attire, containing writing material of RE'J  QUALITY and DISTINCFION.  SHOP EARLY SHOP EAR,,  WE  ARE  HERE   TO  SERVE   YOU  P. B. Willits & Co., Druggists & Sfationei  CREAM PRICE  from November 19th, 1919  j  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  65c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  63c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LT!  A  The Newest Auto Horn  are shown here snd will prove interesting. Come i  and look at them. While here you may remember yo\  are out of motor oil or that your brake* need new lining  Such things ate to be found here, of courte, as are al  sorts of auto supplies. Same high quality, same low price  Battery Service Station  ��*  GAS        OILS       . TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi   &  Lawrence  J. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephone  Day 287  Night 76 Thuraday, December 11,1919  KELOWNA  lECOU)  FAS! THB*"**  USEFUL MERCHANDISE  FOR CHRISTMAS  (ffi^ft^  KELOWNA  PHONE   361  Silk Waists for Presents  A LARGE ASSORTMENT ef Silk. Crepe-  de-chane and Geersette Wait** are aew  ia atock- TImm art ma Is ia tke lat aet aad  beat atylee. Price* fr��* $3.75 to $20  Handkerchiefs  Make Useful Preuntt  Ther* ia aothiag that ia quite ae uaefal and  acceptable aa Handkerchiefa at Chrietmaa time.  Wc have hundreda of different designs frem  which to choose. They come in Organdie, Swiss  Lawn & Irish Linea with Swiss Embroidery.  Largo Selection of Silk ond Crope-ds-chtme  Underwear  Exceptional valuea are being shown in Silk aad  Crepe-de-cheae Underwear which iacludea  auch grrmenta as Envelope Chemises, Corset  Covers, Nightdreaaea and Bloomers. Silk and  cotton crepe Dressing Gowns come nicely han  embroidered in beautiful light colourings.  Eiderdown Comforters in new designs are now  on ahow in colours to suit every bedroom.  Prices from $14.75 to $30  CHOOSE YOUH CHKISTMAS PRESENTS  EARLY  "ALSGARD S  .ii        _ ���  Cater to Particular People  <J Drop in any time aad enjoy a light lunch  with something hot to drink.  Q Mr. Poole now has a full staff in the bake  shop and in future we will carry a full line of  all kinds of Bread, Cakea, Pastry, ice.  tj Our Xmaa order of Moir's and Ganong's  chocolates arrived thia week.  WINTER & CHAPIN  Vlmne 110  TO CAR OWNERS  Vulcanizing, Re-Treading  Tire and Tube Repairs  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED '  TAYLOR & JINDERSON     -   ���     Kelowna Garage  Laurence Avenue  Flour Expected to go Higher  Lay in your supply of PURITY or ROBIN HOOD  at $5.50 per 98 lba.  Car of high-grade Feed Flour juat in.   Try this  mixed with bran or shorts for atock  or hogs, it makes weight.  Strictly No. I Timothy Hay, per ton $44.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  . Indian Agent F. J. Ball was down  from Vernon Tuesday.  Summerland is purchasing ���  motor tractor for municipal use.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Hunter are visitors this week (rom Assiniboin, Sask.  C. Tucker of East Kelowna, left  Monday on ��� visit to England.  J. Inglis returned Saturday last  from a visit to the coast.  Sergt. S. Mack was a pai sengcr  to tka coast this morning.  C. A. Whitelock aad C. A. jS.-  beuria, agents of tka Cunard &-S.  Ce��� war* ia tewe tkis waai.  Ivaas aad kor scaa mitt  leaving to-morrow for Vi  after spending tka pust (aw men the  ia Kalowna.  Mr. J. C. Aadcrsoa kas .old !kis  upper and lower orchards oa like  K.LO. bench. Tke parti-s who  purchased the upper orchard are  old residents of the benchr a.  Capt. and Mrs. Houblin retarded  yesterday from their honsymoon  trip to California, aad arc taking  up residence on their orchard! on  the K.L.O., formerly owned {by  Commander Lillingaton.  Mrs. Young, who haa been staying  with Dr. and  Mrs. ' jilea, of  Clanmore,  leaves to-morrow  her home at Montreal.  for  I  Auctioneer G. H. Kerr state*  that arrangements are being made  to hold a sale shortly or (.'ly hiad  of registered Holstein ca tie and  horses belonging to Mr. Watson of  the Glenmore Ranch.  Mr. S. Gray, who has been  fined to hospital for aome <  with a severe attack of sciatica,  was so far recovered Mondav as to  be able to leave that institution for  a stay at Halcyon Hot Sptings.    j  tn-  ks  Feed Store Phone 29  Free City Deliver*  A very wise move on the part  of the city has be-n the protection  of the Sre hydrants from frost. A  frozen hydrant would make a bad  aituation if a serious fire occurred  just now.  1 he cold weather is giving the  pheasants a rather hard struggle  for existence,'and ihey have developed a lameness which has been  very noticeable lately. Possibly  because they are not native birds  they do not seem to be able to  rustle a living so well when the  snow is deep and the ground  frozen hard. A little grain thrown  out (or them occasionally would  be a kindness as well as ensure  more sport for tke (uture.  Penticton council is contemplat-  g the expenditure   of $125,000  on the municipal irrigation system  and $30,000 on the domestic water system.  If you are interested in old sterling silverware, call in at Parker's.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE tkat R. A. ���artholonsw  wkasa aelalraaa is Okanagan Mission, will  apply t*T a licence ta take and uae one  quarter cubic fast .eyecortd ti watar out  of Wkite Pakbla Spring, which iowa Norlh  Wast anal drain* into the ground on Diatrict  Lot 358, Osoyaos Division. The water will  be diverted from the atream at a point  near tke North Wast earner of Diatrict  Lot 586A. aaa1 will be uaed for irrigation  purpoae upon the land described as the  West 22 acrea of Sub. Lot 5, District Lot  356. Osoyoos Division. This notice was  posted on the ground on the 26th day. of  November, 1919. A copy of thia notice  and an application purauant thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1914." will be filed in the  ���dice of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections to the application may be filed  with the aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildinga, Victoria, B.C., within fifty days  after the firat appearance of thia notice in  a local newapaper. The date of the first  publication of thia notice is November 26.  1919.  R. A. BARTHOLOMEW, Applicant.  Vh  Mr. and Mrs. KG. M. Wilson  left Monday on a visit to tke coaat.  Miss Enoch was a paasenger to  England Monday.  D. Bertram left Monday to spend  tke winter in California.  Mrs. Mantle is a vjsitor to the  coast, this week.  G. R. Etter and Mrs. Etter were  passengers lo Kamloops laat Saturday.  Dr. Knox and family left y eater-  day for a viait to California. They  were accompanied by Miaa Jessie  Dickson.  Mr. aad Mrs. G. H. Cress aad  two children left tkis weak for a  visit to Vankiaek, Ont.  Mra. L. V. Rogers left yesterday  for Peterboro, Ont., where she will  spend a few weeks.  The Rev. E. D. Braden  was  visitor to Vernon yesterday.  W. Fletcher waa a paasenger last  Friday to California where he will  spend a holiday.  Mr. Connel of Rutland will conduct divine service on Sunday night  next at 7.30 in the Clenmore  school house.  W. Morrison of Benvoulin fell  foul of the police this week, being  charged before Magistrate Weddell  with driving an automobile along  the public highway while in a state  of intoxication. He was fined $25  and $5 25 costs.  The children's "Daddy Long  Legs" matinee which was to have  been given Monday has had to be  changed to Tuesday afternoon.  The film will be shown Monday  evening in the regular way, but it  will arrive too late in the afternoon  to have a matinee as arranged.  Mrs. P. C. Anderson has leased  the Morrison Hall and is arranging  to hold dances every week, except  where such would conflict with  other local dances. The hall is  being decorated in an attractive  and permanent way and all necessary arrangements being made regarding fire protection.  The Okanagan Brokerage reports that Mr. R. Durnin has purchased the Layritz property on the  Vernon road for $7,500. Mr. Durnin purchased Mr. Gus Anderson's  place nearly a year ago and is eo  well pleased with th*e district lhat  he is increasing his holdings.  Mrs. Rickson gave a fare-well  dinner party to the cannery girls  at the bunkhouse Sunday evening.  Covers were laid for sixteen at a  well laden table. Toasts and votes  of thanka were given to Messrs.  Cross, Jennens and Grady and also  to the girls' rest room for their kindness to one and all. A very pleasant evening waa spent.  The Uuited Farmers of Rutland  and Benvoulin wjll hold an impoi-  tant meeting in the Rutland school  house Monday December 15th. A  paper will be read by S. T. Elliott  on co-operative buying and selling  and the advisability of starting a  co-operative store fully discussed.  The subject of onion growing with  the cost of production, etc., will  also be gone into. It is hoped that  all members will make a apecial  effort to attend.-  The Nice Mild  Weather  we are now enjoying ia apt  to make your feet a trifle  chilly asyou blindly stagger  across the wind-swept lot  in the morning to see if the  chickens are in cold storage.  But don't let your poor feet  take all the misery, put a  pait of my re-inforced Rubbers over your old Mary  Matilda slippers I  Chas. Dark  Tke Robber Kiag  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re part District Lot 122, Group I, Osoyoos Division of Yale Diitrict, in the Province of British Columbia,  Whereat proof of loss of Certificate of  Title No. 707-A. issued to Ana stasia  O'Rieily, and covering above land haa been  filed in thie office;  Notice it hereby given that at the expiration of one month from the firat publication  hereof, I ahall issue a duplicate of the aaid  certificate of title unleaa in thc meantime  valid objection thereto be made to me in  writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kan. -  loop*, B.C., thia 7th day of November,  A.D. 1919.  H. V. CRAIG.  1-5 Diatrict Registrar of Titles.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING  WORKS  Having installed   a  new up-to-date  Automatic Vulcanizing Plant, 1 can  give a quick and efficient  Tire tnd Tube Repairing Service  Material & wordmanahip guaranteed  G.  LANE  Phone 202 Patronage solicited  Comer Bernard Ave. ei Ellis St, Kelowna  AVERY 5-10 Model B TRACT08  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for tke fruit farmer. Designed  to pull tbe load of tkree horses, and will accomplish  aa much aa four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter milea per hour. Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inck face. Turns in lOJ-foot radius.  Total length 135 inchea; wheal baae 78 inckaa; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyona iotarsatosl may ha*, a aUm.natratbn,  W. R. GLENN & SON  Paadaai Street  rasas IM  You Need More Meat  in the cold weather.   Nothing  like it for keeping up tke  bodily heat and vitality.  But You Need Good Meat  Young,   well-fed,  bred  for the table  stock, wkiek wil  make eating a pleaaure.  A full range of the Finest Meat  Products always on hand  Christmas is Drawing Nearer  You had better be getting your order for Turk*��*. Geese,  Chickens, &c, in as they will be none too plentiful  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meat Market. Telephone 178  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in  EARLY for your winter'a  aupply of  COAL  COAL  Quality Xmas  �����*���*    Gifts    *���*���*  ���J You are cordially invited to inspect  our store. We are pleased to aee you  whether you purchase or not.  **J The jewellery business has an enviable  reputation for refinement and integrity.  <J We try to keep this high standard in  all our atore methoda and discountenance  all publicity that lowers this standard.  <J For the success of our buaineaa we  rely on your good judgment and our:���  QUALITY���The best obtainable.  SERVICE���We aim to pleaee.  'PRICE���The lowest possible.  <J    Do your gift buying early.  (J One of our new designs in a dainty  Pendant will please :���  I OK (rom $5.50 ud.  I4K from $10.00 up.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  QUALITY XMAS   GIFTS  '.arelera. Caaorao Block, Kelowns.  W. W. PETT-CREW  ..���^-^ PAGE  KELOWNA   REC01D  Thuraday, December 11,1919   |,'  SMILES!  Your wife will smile ; your sweetheart wil amile;  the kiddiea will smile���Everybody will smile- when  they  receive  their  Xmas Gifts  from Cox's store.  THERE'S A REASON  The largest variety of Fancy China  and Glassware in the Okanagan to choose from  Aluminum Ware Silverware  Cutlery Toys, &c.  Bubble Books for the kiddies  SOLE AGENT FOR the COLUMBIA GRAPHONOLAS  ALL THE LATEST RECORDS  A. E. COX,  WATER  SVREET. Snuih  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  Friday & Saturday, 12th and 13th  The First National Production  "The Temperamental Wife"  Fealuring  Constance Talmadge  An entirely plauaiblr and amusing comedy produced by  John Emerson and Anita Loos. All about a young wife who  finda her jealousy of her husband's stenographer entirely unfounded.  Also a beautiful Chester  Outing and Christie Comedy.  Matinee Saturday at 3 30, IOc and 20c  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Monday & Tuesday, 15th and 16th  "Daddy Long Legs"  Starring  Mary Pickford  Absolutely the greatest picture of this type ever produced. Mary out does all her previous efforts and Marshall  Neilan, the director, has created a superb and everlasting  monument lo his ability.  One show only at 8.15. Admission: Adults 55c, children 25c  Matinee TUESDAY, 3.30 sharp.   CHILDREN FREE.  Wednesday & Thursday, 17 & 18  Ethel Clayton in  "Vicky Van"  You will remember this sparkling story that appeared in  the Saturday Evening Post recently. Lots nf thrills, with a  gripp ng appeal.  Also an excellent comedy.  Evening 7 30 and 9 15c and 25c  Friday and Saturday, 19th & 20th  [Catherine McDonald  in a new story���  "The Thunderbolt"  It tells the story of a girl forced into a loveless marriage  with her most bitter enemy. Eastern critics have praised it  highly.  Also a smashing comedy "Gelling the Kaiser's Goat."  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  -   THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Box 116  Opposite the C.P.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE  The residence of Mr. H. A. Willis,  on Slrathcona Avenue, (routing  on Okanagan Lake. Lot 65 x  136 House, 6 rooms finished,  bath, two chicken houses and  good garden. Price (or quick  sale. $3,685, on terms. Full par.  ticulats al this office.  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Christmas Dinner at Palace Hate  Dinner will be served Xmas  Day from 12.30 to 2 p.m.,  and from .6 to 8 p.m.  PLEASE  MAKE   YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY  Adults $1.25 Children under 15, 75c  Want Ads.  FOE   SALE  FOR SALE, House and Lot al Okanag.<n  Centre, $350 cash. Apply Mu. L. V  Todd, Kelowna. 2-5c  FOR SALE,  Brood  Sow,  Duroc  Jer-jc  pure   bred,   thirteen   months.     Apply  R. j. Sproule, Rutland. 3-4p  FOR SALE, young Cow from a go d  milking strain. Very gentle, due Jan  uary, 1920. Apply Dr. P. de Pfyffer,  Mission Ranch, Benvoulin Road.   4-5e  CANARIES, good Rollers and York alii r.  for sale. Singers, or selected pairs. Mt  Gertrude Butler, Strathcona Ave.       4i  LOST  LOST, two Clyde Colt*. Two-year-old  dark grey Mare, also one-year-old bay  horse colt, white strip on face, white  feet. Both branded with small D on  left front foot Reward for information  of same to A. W. Dalgleish, Rutland.  3tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  OFFICE CLEANING���Work wanted office  and houae cleaning and other odd jobs.  Apply Arthur Gardiner, Box 483       3p  MISCELLANEOUS  TO RENT, new 5 roomed Bungalow, fully  modern, stable and chicken house.  Apply Okanagan Loan and Investment  Trust Co.     ' 2tf  WAN TED, team of Young Horses, 1,400  to 1,500 lbs., suitable for orchard work.  Apply Box H, Record Office. 3-4p  WANTED, fifty cords Wood, pine and  fir, ten cords dry, balance green, to be  delivered to Rutland school. Ten cordi  of green to be delivered at once, balance  early in January. T. Barber, Secretary  School Board. 4-5  NOTICE���Any person found cutting or  taking timber or wood from the properties of the Central Okanagan Lands,  Ltd., without authority, will be subject  to prosecution. The Central Okanagan  Lands, Ltd., Kelowna. B.C. 4.11  USED CARS : Ford, with electric start.  er, $625; Overland, $600; Chevrolet  $775; Chevrolet, $450. All guaranteed  good order. Cash or terms. M. A.  Alsgard.  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116  J.  Night Phone 5502  GRANT  Plastering  '     BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Auction Sale  The  following  cattle will  be  sold at Auction at  Dr. Beyce's Stable, Kelowna  Tuesday, December 16  At I p.m.  HIARD BULL by Lady-S Zoe Artie de  Kol. Dam B. C. Ester Cammile. His sire  has 10 R.O.M. sisters.  BULL CALF. Sire jellico Mechthilde,  dam Zo La Line de Kol. This bull's sire  is sire of Burton Mechthilde who was  junior and grand senior champion at the  Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster,  1919, defeating grand champion of Vancouver Exhibition, 1919, also defeating  Colony McKiniey Segis, grand champion  at the great cattle show at Portland, Ore.  His dam is grand dam to Burton Mechthilde  Any one wanting a bull should not mits  this one.  COW, Canary de Kol of Penticton who  ts half sister to Roseline de Kol, mother of  the champion bull.  COW, Polly Sircastic of Penticton. Sire  Korndike Sircastic de Kol, who has 3  R.O.P. daughters. Dam, Daisy of Vernon.  This is a splendid young cow, and sure to  make a record if put on a test.  HEIFER, Minnie Echo Mechtlyjde. Sire  Jellico Mechthilde, dam Pauline de Kol.  Semi-official record 12 months. 11816 lbs.  milk, 516 lbs. butter. This heifer is half  sister to the champion bull .and cousin to  the Carnation bull, who waa aold for  $106,000, who*e dam, May Echo Sylvia,  world's champion milk cow, made 1005  lba. milk and 41 lbs. butter in 7 daya.  YEARLING HEIFER, sire Jallico Mech-  thilde, dam Polly Sircaatic of Penticton.  The makings of a first class cow, with  splendid backing.  The above stock are bred to frcahen in  the apring and carry the beat Holatein  blood in the world. Any one wanting to  get aome firat class stock should not misa  this aale.  Ako 4 selected grade Cow milking and  2 grade heifers:���  Daisy Ayerahire Jeraey, 4 yeara old,  freshened in September. A splendid butter cow, giving a good flow of milk.  Madge, Holstein grade, 8 yeara old. Thia  cow has given up to 70 lbs. milk when  freah.  Spooks, Holstein Grade, 3 yean old, a  splendid milker.  Laurel, Holstein grade, 4 yeara old, a  big persistant milker.  Heifer May, | Holatein, a daughter of  Spooks and is the making of a eplendid  cow.  Heifer Eve Guernsey Holatein grade. 11  months old.   The making of a good cow.  The above cowa are all gentle and easy  to milk, and real dairy cowa.  TERMS CASH  Stockwell'.*, Ltd.   -   Auctioneer*  Xmas Present Suggestions  Diamond  Rings  Diamond Brooches  Diamond Pendants  Block Onyx Rings  White gold Bar Brooches  Lockets and Chains  Signet Rings  Wrist Watches  Pocket Watches  Watch Chains  Scar! Pins  Parisian Ivory Toilet  Pieces  Cigarette Cases  COMMUNITY SILVERWARE  Spoons, Forks,  Knives, &c.  Mantle Clocks  Bedroom Clocks  Hand Bags  Hand Purses  Photo Frames  Fine China, flee.  J. B. KNOWLES  Christmas Present Specialist  Kelowna, B. C  J  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Deri door to Post Office^  MANHATTAN BEACH���4-room Bunga-jj  low and lot, only tl,200, Indefeasible j  title.  LAWSON AVENUE-Two-etorey Houaej  5 rooms, electric light and water kid on j  pantry and atore room, garage, hold 31  cara, good Irost-proof cellar, 3 bearing]  fruit treea, lot 50 z 130.  BERNARD AVENUE-Two-etoray hou*ci|  fully modern, 8 rooma, cellar, henhouses  bearing fruit trees, grape vines, lot 68-ft  frontaco, nine-tenths of an acre, $7,000,]  half caah balance to arrange.  RICHTER AND WOOLSEY (corner)-*.  65x150.    $800, on terms.  HARVEY AND RICHTER (eoraer)-ii  lots, 155.75 x 140. JI.800, half caehj  balance to arrange.  LAKE AVENUE-Two-etoray Houae,  rooma,   with   full   basement,    furnace!  heated, open fireplace in  dining room.f  helf.ecre lot. $5,500.    Caah $2,000. bal-J  ance to arrange.  BERNARD AVENUE-Two-storey house .1  Brooms, with store cellar at rear, builtl  above ground. Six bearing fruit trees]  and fruit bushes, etc   $2,750.  BURNE AVENUE Woodlawn Subdivis.lJ  ion. House, 2 rooms, woodshed, chick.]  en houae, concrete foundation, IA x 26,  3-ft. wall, 8 inchea thick, 3 bearing cher.r  ry tree,, quite a lot of small fruit. No J  city taxea. Indefeasible title. $1,600, half j  caah, balance to arrange.  STRATHCONA AVENUE at Lakeshore.J  Two-atorey houae, 5 rooma, kitchen.f.  bath and pantry, fully modern, open s  fireplace.in living room. $3,800, $2,000 jl  caah. An ideal home, beautifully ait-J  uated.  Listings wanted of farms and city property;  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to.  10 p.m.  Knowlet ii running thii year (or I  hia watch guesting contett ��� 121  tized Elgin watch fitted in a gold j  filled cate. The winner takes the J  watch.  0. W. CONNINQBJW  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Gooda  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Christmas Presents  * CAMPBELL'S  Bicycle and Electric Shop  Electric Goods  make the very best Xmaa gifts,  and we have a- very large assortment to show you.  Electric Toasters  Electric Irons  Electric Reading Lamps  Electric Warming Pads  Electric Immersion Heat'rs  Electric Stoves  Electric Washers  Electric Sewing Machines  Sewing Machine Motors  Electric Floor Heaters  (dovble and single)  Electric Flash Lights  A New Stock of Lamp Shades in latest designs and tints  EDISON   MAZDA   LAMPS   ������ size, for .tor. house. ��d Delco  . lighting planta  Japanese Wicker Shades & Fancy Flower Baskets  A nice assortment of these attractive goods  MASSEY BICYCLES  Nothing will add more to the Christmas pleasure of your boy or girl than a good  Bicycle, and the "Massey" is Canada's best.  Accessories of all kinds���Lamps, Bells, Pumps, etc.  CAMPBELL'S BICYCLE SHOP  Pendozi Street (next door to Club).


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