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Array \Cstvsa  Xidotom UcxovQ  i" n  VOL. Xl.   NO. 27  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, .MAY 22, 1919-4 PAGES  1/  $1.50 Per Annum  [Memorial Campaign  WiH Start November  xecutive Appointed To Submit Suggestion and Estimate  of Probable Cost  At a meeting of the general committee of the Kelowna District  Memorial held Monday evening in  the council chamber, it wai decided to defer any active collecting  compaign for fundi until November lit, for various reasons, the  preient time not being considered  suitable for such an undertaking.  Since the public meeting held  April 9th, representatives from the  various districts have been appointed, the committee now consisting  1 of the following: chairman, J. W.  Jones, M.L.A.; city representatives:  Mayor Sutherland, Mrs. Calder,  Ven, Archdeacon Greene, Aid. W.  J. Mantle and Messrs. E. C. Weddell and L. V. Rogers; representing the GW.V.A., J. C. Anderson,  i H. S. Atkinson and J. Inglis ; Ben-  ; voulin. E, A. Day and W. A. Scott;  East Kelowna, A. H. Shaw and  Mra. J, E. Reekie; Ellison, P. Sands;  ' Glenmore, J. M. Cushing and J. N.  Thompson; Westbank, W. G. Gore  and W. Hewlett; Ok. Mission,  R. H. Stubbs and R. Gray. Of  theae fourteen were present. City  clerk. G. H. Dunn was appointed  secretary.  A letter from Rutland stated that  though the people of that district  had decided to erect a memorial  of their own in the school grounds  the Kelowna committee waa invited to solicit subscriptions there  alio.  After these preliminaries the  chairman invited the members of  the committee to frankly express  their opinion as to the expediency  of initiating an active campaign in  the immediate future.  From reports presented it ap.  peered that there  was still  much  difference  of   opinion  ��s to   tlie t a,uray  form  the   memorial   ahould take, V. Clark  '���'���' this interesting: I"'1''  Rutland News  rtroaa oer owe .oSTSseoassBii.  and that owing to  the scheme waa not so keen as  might have been expected. It was  stated as the general opinion of a  majority of the public, that a monument should be erected first as a  token of respect to the dead, and  then a auitable memorial hall if  funds were available.  After much discussion on this  subject, it waa decided to appoint  a sub-committee, consisting of  Mayor Sutherland, Aid. Mantle,  J. N. Thompson, J. C. Anderson,  and E. A. Day for the purpose of  submitting a recommendation as to  the class of building and monument  an estimate of the cost, the manner  in which they could be financed,  , and the proportion of coat to be  allocated to each district,  Messrs L. V. Rogers, E. C. Wed-  del) and Mra. W. B. M. Calder  were appointed a publicity committee.  The treasurer desires to aclcnow  ledge the following subscriptions  Previously acknowledged $ 1524.00  Black, T. C. & A. H         5.00  Louden, Miss J. W  2.50  Windsor, Mr. & Mrs. C.B. 5.00  Lee.M.H  5.00  Total $1541.50  Mrs. J. Duncan and son are  visiting Mrs. W. Mack.  Miss McMillan of Kelowna ia  staying for a few days at Dalgleish's.  Rev Vernier preached at the  Methodist church on Sunday.  Mr. C. J. Duncan haa moved to  his property on the bench.  Miss Annie Gay is visiting her  aunt at Pritchard.  Mr. Turner and family have taken up their residence on the ranch  formerly owned by John Wooliey.  Mr. R. Cumming of Swanaon  Bay has been visiting at the Craig  Ranch and left on Tuesday's boat.  The young people of Rutland  held an enjoyable dance yesterday  evening in the schoolhouse.  Miss Lucy Craig returned from  Kamloopa on Saturday, bringing  with her Rena and Cecil Blenkarn  who will probably stay here until  the fall.  A number of Ellison and Rutland young men met this week at  the Fleming home to arrange for a  day of sports to be held at Rutland  on the 25th of next month. A  tentative achedule was drawn up  but further particulars will be announced later.  The Rutland and Ellison football teams met last Saturday in one  of the moat exciting' games yet  held. Both sides fought hard and  the scoring remained even until  within a few minute!, of the whistle  when Rutland made the winning  goal. In spite ol the utmost efforts  of the Ellison boys they were unable to retrieve their poaition and  the game closed 3���2 in favor of  Rutland, The line-up of the two  teams waa aa follows:���  W. Barber Goal M. Lang  L. Fitzpatrick        L. Back A. Green  J. Bamling R. Back T. Karney  A. Gray Centra Half      R. Bulman  L.H.K A. Tether  R. Half L. Hereron  El. Fleming    Cen. Forward        L. Baker  Ev. Fleming      Inside Left Hume  D. Barber Outside Left       J. Conroy  M. Bird Inside Right P. Sands  E. Bush Outside Right   J. Anderson  On Saturday, the 24th, a picked  team from the Rutland and Ellison footballers, are to visit Lumby,  to plav the team there.  Boy Scout Concert  is Great Success  Theatre is Crowded Out Both  Evenings  Local Teachers Discuss  Salary Question  After a long period of illness  which lately became more acute,  there paaaed away Monday at their  home on the Black Mountain road  Rutland, Lucy Laura, the wife of  J. M. Bailey, eldest son of Postmaster Bailey of Kelowna. The deceased lady, who waa 33 yean ot age,  wai a daughterof Mr, Geo, Whelan,  of Elliion, born and reared in that  district. She leaves a family of  two young children.  The funeral took place Tuesday,  the service held at the house being  attended by many old friends and  relatives. The numerous floral  tributes which were sent sestiiied  to the general sympathy and affection-in which she was held. Interment took place at the Kelowna  cemetery.  ��� - ��       i    . ������  The G.W.V.A, are calling especial meeting for May 31st to con.  sider resolutions to be submitted  to the provincial and Dominion  conventions. All reiolutioni must  be handed to the secretary not  later than May 27th.  Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Kennedy  were passengers to the coast today.  A meeting of the Kelowna teaching staff waa held on the 12th inst.  to consider the reply of the true  tees to the teachers' request for an  increaae of aalary. The increase  asked for waa 15 per cent, on all  salaries above $1,500 and 20 per  cent, on all aalariea under that  figure. The trustees replied by  offering each teacher on the staff  who waa satisfactory, five dollars  per month over the scheduled increase due next term,  lt was resolved at the meeting  that aa the queation ot teachers'  salariea had been discussed in the  city council, and as the report of  that meeting had been widely discussed throughout the city and  district, some attempt should be  made to correct a certain false impression that had spread abroad.  Unfortunately, the discussion of  the handling of taxes under the  new Municipal .Act became confused with the School Board estimates and the impression waa left  in the public mind that the threat,  ened closing of the schools, which  was mentioned apparently aa a  criticism of the Municipal Act, was  due to the huge increases the teachera were demanding.  In the columns of a local newspaper the chairman of the School  Board was reported as saying :"The  Board'a total receipts from the city  for the whole of 1918 came to  only $13,431, so the Board'a increase for 1919 showed an advance  of 40 per cent., which Mr. Bigger  declared was accounted for by in.  creased aalariea." As no public  contradiction has been made of  this statement it has been thought  necessary to lay the facta before  the public, for it is recognized that  no increaaes would be acceptable  to the teachers which have not  public opinion behind them.  While the teachers on the whole  The Kelowna Boy Scouts and  Cubs have every reason to feel  satisfied with the result of their  sixth annual entertainment which  took place last Thursday and Friday, for not only waa the program  provided a good one and successfully carried out, but the Kelowna  Theatre waa altogether inadequate  to accommodate the crowd which  sought to gain admission, and especially on the second evening  many had to go away disappointed, all the seats snd standing room  being filled long before the entertainment commenced. The increesing  popularity of the concert may alao be taken  aa a mark of the general appreciation of  the good work which is being accomplished by the movement in Kelowna under the  leadership of Scoutmaster E. Weddell and  Cubmastere Gordon and Bartholomew.  The purpose of the concert i. the raiaing  of fund, for the annual summer camp for  the boy., and on this account ita success i.  all the more pleaaant. Much hard work  had been entailed in the preparation for  the many itema on the programme, which  wa. a varied and interesting one.  The sounding of "Reveille" brought the  audience to attention, when the first number, a patriotic chorus, "Home Again,"  waa sung by the Troop. Thi. wa. follow-  by some well-executed - marches by the  Bugle Band, who under the training of Mr.  Fred Gore, are becoming wonderfully  adept. The Cub. then took the platform  with a tableau drill and chorus, followed  by an exhibition ot signalling by six of the  Scouts, Scout Small "brought the houae  down" with a comic aong about hia fascinating manner with the girla. It was then  the Cubs' turn to eing, which they did very  lustily in the chorus, "When you come  back."  In one of the Scouts' first concerts, they  achieved a great success with an amusing  sketch, "The Dentist's Den," and this waa  now repeated, proving aa popular aa ever.  After e brief interval the chorus, "Motor  King," wa. sung by the Troop, and an ex.  hibition of knot tying given by the Cubs.  An interesting ceremony at this point  waa the presentation of badgea by the Provincial Commissioner, the Rev. and Hon.  T. R. Heneage. Before doing ao Mr. Heneage spoke of' the Boy Scout movement  generally, and had aome encouraging |  .things to say about the Kelowne troop in  particular. He spoke of the great service  which the Boy Scouts had been to their  country during the war. Enlistment of  leadera had crippled aome of the troopa in  B.C., but many of thoae who left to fight  for their country were now coming back  offering their service, again.  In place of the presentation ceremony  on the second evening an amusing exhibition of blindfold boxing wa. given.  Scout C. Richards next told how Jimmy  tended the baby, a method not to be re.  commended. Moire marches by the Bugle  Band, an exhibition of physical training by  the Troop, and a number of bugle calls,  brought the programme to the concluding  item, a chorus, "Oh, how 1 hate to get up  in the morning I" aung with much reeling  and emphasis.  The accompanists were Mias Betty God-  dee, Miss Dorothy Leckie, and Miaa Denison, while Mr. J. N. Thompson conducted  the choruses. During the evening, the  president^ of the local Association, Mr. P.  DuMoulin, thanked all who had contribute the success of the concert by training  the boya and in many other way*.  Ask for Road Man  forJWs District  Board of Trade Sends Resolution to Government  Successful Local Students  The   following   students   from  Kelowna are included  in the pass  lists of the University of B.C., published Friday :���  Third Year:  Ethel Magee.  Second Year:  Margaret Clarke, Vivian Jones,  Everett Faulkner.  First Year:  Louise Campbell, George Day,  Marjory Bulman.  The Kelowna Board of Trade  held its regulsr monthly meeting  Tuesday, the attendance being  smaller because of the counter attraction of the Navy League meeting held the same evening. A  number of matters were discussed  from the state of the roads to the  high cost of living.  In regard to the former, the  Rutland farmers had written aaking endorsation for a resolution  demanding dismissal of the road  superintendent. Although the purpose of the resolution found strong  support, it was ultimately decided  to adopt one asking for the appointment of "an officer with full  power to build roads to be stationed in the Kelowna diatrict."  ���It was Mr. Denison who moved  that "owing to the abnormal and  unprecedented high pricea of the  necessaries of life in the shape of  food at the present time, and the  immediate necessity of prompt  action being taken to remedy thia  state of affairs, be it resolved that  this Board respectfully urge the  Kelowna Women's Institute to  take the matter up and heartily  endorse the action taken by the  ladies at the coast at a mass meeting held May Nth, urging the  Dominion government to take step,  to limit the exportation of foodstuffs."  This provoked a lengthy discussion but the motion was eventually  lost on the ground that such a  course would conflict with the export of fruit.  Mr. M. Hereron, appointed at a  meeting of the council of the Board  to assist returned soldier farmers  in the choice of land, reported  that so far eleven soldiers, mostly  local men, had made application  to purchase and settle on land in  this vicinity.  Mr. L. E. Taylor send a number  of auggestions regarding game regulations, pointing out in regard to  deer the inadequacy of the work  performed by the provincial police.  He promised to take the matter up  personally with coast association,  and the government departments  on hia next viait to the coast.  On the suggestion of Mr. P. P.  Woodbridge it ��as agreed lhat the  council of the Board should appoint a committee to consider the  advisability of making exhibits at  Vancouver, Calgary and other  pointa.  Resolutions were to be forwarded to the C.P.R. asking for sleeping car accommodation from the  Landing to the coast, and also for  an inquiry into the reason for the  delay at the Landing to which  north-bound travellers are subjected.  An informal discussion re telephone connection with the coast  elicited the information that the  different telephone companies had  the matter under consideration and  would make an announcement in  the near future.  The Kelowna Band is busv practising for the Peace Carnival, June  14th. We also hear weird rumors  of a minstrel troupe who are preparing to surprise ui on the same  day.  W. B. M. Calder, who hai been  laid up aince lust December with a  badly strained foot, ii now undergoing ipecial treatment in the  Vancouver General Hospital.  are grateful enough for the in  creases such ai they are, they dc  not want the public lo get the idea  that the increaaei they are receiving from the School Board are io  large that the schools may have to  be closed on account of them. Aa  a matter of fact, the increases for  the regular staff will cost the city  only $240 over the scheduled increases for the entire fall term. It  will be readily seen  that Kelowna  Several more returned men came  in duiing the past week. Fred  Small arrived Saturday. Badly  wounded in the leg he haa spent  much time in hospital. Hia broth'  er George came in Tuesday. On  Wednesday H. Francis of Rutland,  and J. Marty were arrivals.  Sergt. J. B. and Mra. Whitehead  arrived Monday trom Victoria  where they have spent some weeks  since the former's return from  overseas.  Misa Winter returned this week  from Red Cross nursing at Camp  Hoapital 33, Pontanazen, near  Breat.  Rev. S. W. Fallis, formerly pas.  tor of Calgary Central Church and  now in charge of the publishing  interests of the Methodist Church  of Canada, wilt preach at both service! in the United Church Sunday. Mr. Fallis is a cousin of  Lieut.-Col. Fallis, well known to  Kelowna people.  in blocking the entrance to canal  at Zeebrugge. The lecture waa  illustrated by a profusion of photo-  ���...   graphs and maps which made the  schools would not be closed for whole operation very clear to  the  ths lack of any such s-im, I audience.  Decide to Form Local  Navy League Branch  Lt. Helmsing Lectures on Raid  on Zeebrugge  Twice before haa Sir Chas. Hibbert Tupper been announced to  apeak in Kelowna on the aubject  ol the Navy League, and each time  lomething has happened to interfere with that intention. Ir was,  therefore, excusable that the audience gathered in the Methodist  church Tuesday evening, should  feel keenly disappointed when the  announcement was again, made  that he had been detained at the  coaat and could not appear as  advertised.  Fortunately, Lt. Helmsing, who  was announced to accompany Sir  Chatles and lecture'on the subject  of "The Zeebrugge Raid," had  managed to get here, and undertook both that duty and the explanation ot the aims and objects  of the League, with a view to  establishing a branch in Kelowna.  This was th? real purpose of the  meeting, and was successfully car  ried out at a meeting following th,  lecture when the necessary number  of signatures were obtained to an  application for a charter.  The chair was taken by Capt.  T. W. Stirling, O.B��., R.N., lately  returned from lour years' service  with the British Admiralty.  He regretted the absence of Sir  Chas. Tupper, who had wiret1 ���'  he  had   been   detained on highly  important   business   of   a   public  nature.  Speaking of the work of the  British Navy during the war, he  said it was now a common-place  fact that but lor il the war could  not have gone on, and when he  spoke of the Navy he meant not  only the Royal Navy, but the naval  reserve and men of the mercantile  marine. But for their heroic devotion England would not have  been abi't^o fared herscl' a week  Some of the men had gone down  totpedoed ships two or three  times, and had still remained faithful to their exacting duties. England's safety lay in her naval power,  and it was essential that the strength  of the navy and mercantile marine  be kept up, and that foreigners be  excluded from the service.  He spoke of the enormous traffic  hich had crossed the Atlantic  during the war, all of which would  have been impossible if the enemy  flag had not been driven off the  seas duiing the first few months of  the war. The Navy had mad  possible the enormous operations  in varioui parts of the world, and  the huge transport of troops.  Lt. Helmsing then undertook  on behalf of Sir Chas, Tupper to  explain - something of the great  work which the Navy League was  accomplishing.  The Navy League of Canada,  which waa formed in 1917 as a  branch of the older institution in  England, arose out of a need that  Canada ahould support an organization to affotd relief to dependents of her sailors. There were  now 22 branches in B.C, each  with a considerable membership.  During 1918-19 a sum of $1,728,-  000 had been raised ih Canada.  Of this one u.illion went to the  ���upport of the overseas organization, and the bt-lance to the foundation o( sailora' homes at various  Canadian seaports, extensions of  existing institutions and relief work  generally.  The objecta of the League were  to impress on the public mind the  importance of the Navy to the Empire ; to provide homes and medical care for sailors coming ashore;  to form Boya'Brigades which would  train boys in a knowledge of seamanship; and to engage in relief  work amongst the dependents of  sailors who were in need of assistance,  He urged the forming of a branch  in Kelowna, and explained the  procedure necessary to follow  The annual fee was $2 per annum,  junior membership being 25c.  A resolution proposed by Mavor  Sutherland and seconded by Archdeacon Greene, that a blanch of  the League be formed in Kelowna  was cairied unanimously.  Lights were then turned out and  Lt. Helmsing proceeded with this  lecture on the Zeebrugge Raid.  No more thrilling story has ever  been told than the exploits of Capt.  Carpenter and hia 1600 volunteers  Government is Scored  By Opposition Leader  First Political    Meeting  Since  1916 Election Campaign  For the tirst lime since lhe memorable election campaign of 1916,  Mr, W. J. Bowser, leader of tho  Conservative opposition appeared  before a Kelowna audience laat  night, and in a characteristic address, from which none of the old  fighting spirit was absent, severely  criticised the Liberal administration  not only Ior their want of faith in  not carrving out their pre-election  promises, but for the wasteful  muddle to which they had reduced  affairs during their three years of  office. In the must bare-faced  manner, he laid, tliey had manipulated  things to provide jobs ond rewards for  party supporters, forgetting the outcry tliey  had made against patronage before tbe  election.  The meeting was held in the Kelowna  Theatre, Mr. Leslie Dilworth presiding.  The hist speaker wan j. W. Jones, M.P.P.,  member for the district, who after review,  it.,* some of the events which had taken  place since the last election, went into a  detailed comparison of the finances of the  province at the present lime with those of  the late government. 1 he Liberals had  accused the old government of extravagance  but instead of carrying out their promises  of retrenchment and economy had plunged the province deeper and deeper into  debt.  The enormous and unwarranted increase  n the cost of the civil service, he believed  would account for much of it. Soft jobs,  he said, had been provided for numerous  friends of the government at fat salaries,  and gave many glaring enses of overpayment. Government road provided an outstanding instance u Liberal mismanagement  for while appropriation had been cut down  to a mere fraction, overhead charges had  actually increased. I ligti salaried officials  had been appointed, but the roads were  left in a neglected stute.  lhe Agriculturnl Aid Act introduced by  the late government nnd modelled upon  those in successful operation in New Zealand and other countries, bad been in  operation only- n abort time when the  Liberal government came into power. They  jjn-id ������"������������v^y.U J ^substituted thc Land  Settlement Act with six highly paid members whose proceedings had become a  standing joke.  In their provision for returned men. the  government had been equally unhappy,  the speaker dealing at some length with  their latest undertaking, the purchase of  22,000 acres south of Penticton. This land  which he had fonnd upon enquiry had  originally cost the company $26,000 had  been sold in the same condition to the  government for $350,000.  In conclusion Mr. Jones said that since  bis election as representative of the district, while In- had been unsparing in his  criticism of the government where he hsd  thought it necessary, he had not hesitated  to support any measure which he believed  wai for the benefit of the province.  Mr, Bowser was well received and it  was apparent that much of the animosity  which had been stirred up at the last  election had subsided. He recalled grimly the attacks of his political opponents at  that time who had accused him of almost  every crime in the calendar. "What have  they ever proved against me?" asked Mr.  Bowser. "Not a thing I " To-day he had  clearer conscience than his accusers,  and they had been kept busy investigating scandal in their own ranks. The  elaborate audit of the accounts had cost  $18,000 and the report had never been  tabled, It had not contained a single line  against the old administration. Time had  shown the foolishness of the insinuation  that be had been concerned in the plugging inquiry and the very man who had  accused him of complicity with MacKen-  zie fit Mann had been proved to have  $15,000 from thrm in campaign funds.  There had been a great outcry against  orders-in-council, and the Liberals had  passed -i,'/1 ; since they took office.  The Civil Service Act whieh wns to  have abolished patronage had been delayed for fourteen months, and with a  friend of the government as examiner  Liberals were being put in everywhere  except for a few returned soldiers, as the  result of pressure.  He referred to the tremendous increase  in taxation, and to the many costly and  ridiculous blunders which were constantly  being made. They had spent huge sums  for new furnishings and had purchased to  date 77 automobiles at a cost of $63,71��.  These were costing $25,000 a year to keep  up.  He created much amusement by poking  (un at the airplane experiment for forest  patrol which ended disastrously and cost  $8,500, and to certain steamboat purchases.  Thru ��� things, he said, were not only humorous but serioua as people's money was  being wasted.  The credit ol the province had fallen  away under this kind of thing and was  only now beginning to come back.  The present government was not sincere  on the returned soldier question and it  was not surprising that much dissatisfaction had been stirred .up.  He paid a tribute to the great assistance  Mr. Jones had been to him as leader of the  opposition. No member of the House had  been more Assiduous in hit duties.  In conclusion he touched upon the local  question of irrigation. He believed the  only solution waa a bold policy of government ownership' of ttorage systems, and  that no good could come of the d-tlay and  feeble attempts at relief whic constituted  present government'* policy.  In company with Mr. Jones the opposition leader left this morning for Penticton*  ���wMfMwgaSd PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  SYNOPSIS  OP OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the NorthweBt  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acrea will be leased to  ono  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district tn  which the rights applied for are situated.  BlOtl application must be accompanied by a fee of |6, which will bo 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 rate of five  cents per ton.  In Hurveyed territories the land must  be described by seotlonB or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for Bhall be  ataked  out by  the applicant  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being oyeraled, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may he  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necsBsary for the working of the mine  ut the rate of $10 an acre. ,  For full Information application  should be made to tho Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or aub-Agent of Dominion  Landa.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not he paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243  Delivery  G. W. CUNNINBHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf.  Kelowna  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jabbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence1)!  P.O. Box 22  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  School of  Needlecraft  Opening in Keller Block  Classes commencing April lit  For fuller information apply  Mrs.   Francis  E. Small  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOMNH FfcECORD  P-aMiikad avuy Thure^y at Ksiowna,  British Cohunbt*  JOHN LEATHLEY  RtHte-r and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  BATES  11.60   psr   rsar:   Tfto..   six   moatfcs.  DaiUd  Rtatos 10 esats jMHowi  Snbserlbirs   at   ths rsfalar  ra*��   can  bavs  ���itra oapsrs matlod to friends at ���> dlstaacs  ��t HALF RATE. !.��.. 7ft esats osr rear.  This  sDsetal  orivilst*   is   aranUd   lor   ths  DiirtHirM of advtrtistnt-r ths ritv  aad district.  ill snbaeriDtioea narabW la advaaos  ADVERTISING RATES  l niHlK NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  KIT.. .:f. osnts oai column lash Der wesk.  I,AND AND TIMBER NOTICES-*) days. Ml  60 dars 17.  WATER NOTICES-IB lor livt InssTtlobs.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-First Insertioa. 13  osnU psr line; saoa sabsmosat Innertton. ��  oents  psr  llns.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS -1 wo inches  and undsr. 60 osats psr Inob lirst insertion  over two inobss 40 cent* per inob lint insertion:   20  esata  mr Inch  uaoh  sabssousat  Insertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -t osnU  Dsr word lirst Inssrtlon. 1 ssnt psr word  each sobaeqasnt inssrtloa.  All risAiities in contract advertlssmoala mast  iih in ths hands ol ths printer b.T Ti.eidi-.-r  eveninii   to   nnsnre   pnbUoatlon   [a   tb*   next  Issas.  THE HOSPITAL DRIVE  The directors of the Kelowna  Hospital Society wish to thank all  those who so kindly assisted as  canvassers in the late drive and  also the public (or the response  they have made lo the appeal. As  the committee have not completed  their report, a statement cannot  yet be submitted, but a full report  will be published as soon as possible.  At the last meeting of the. directors it waa decided to ask the  public, when leaving donations of  fruit, vegetables, Ate, at the hospital, to write their name and a description of the donation, on a  card provided for the purpose  which will be found on the hospital kitchen table, so as to avoid any  omission of an acknowledgment.  Several jars of canned fruit were  left at Willits & Co.'s store with no  name. Will those who made the  donations please accept this acknowledgment.  During the month ol April 33  patients were treated in the hospital. The receipts from patients  amounted to $631 ; estimated government grant $202.55.- The disbursements totalled $1,225.52.   i-o   Benvoulin Notes  tProm oar own eorresnoodsnt).  MisB Marie Dolstra is spending  her holidays . at Muskoday Farm,  the home of E. A. Day.  Mra. G. S. Fulkerson from Penticton, spent the week-end visiting  friends in Benvoulin.  Mr. Gus Anderson and family  have moved to their ranch on the  Vernon road. We welcome them  back to our community.  Mrs. Preston from Kelowna is  spending the week with Mra. B.  McClure.  Messrs. C. Burtch and Campbell  left on Tuesday on a ahort busi  ness trip to Summerland.  Don't forget the picnic on Saturday, the 24th, at Mr. A. Reid's  place. South Okanagan, from 2.30  on. Come along and bring a basket of goodies with you.  There will be a joint meeting ol  the Kelowna United Farmera and  Benvoulin United Farm Women,  at the Manse, to-night, at 8 o'clock.  Mr. Slater will give a lecture on  "The Marketing of Farm Produce"  and Mr. Kerr will address the  meeting on "The Legal Status of  Women in B.C." Everybody welcome.   Refreshments to be served.  Mr. J. B. Brown of the Oil Shop  is giving a special prize at the big  Peace Carnival, June Nth, for the  best decorated motor truck. Further detaila of prizes, etc. for the  parade will be given next week.  Canadian headquarters has issued a apecial order to the forces  here reminding them that the  "duration of the war" does not end  with the armistice, but continues  ao far aa Canada is concerned,  until the issuance by the Governor  general-in-council of a declaration  that war no longer existed.  Vancouver Daily  Province  Save money by subscribing  or renewing��� With  Crawford & Company  Orders for  Local  Scouts  prepared'       Kelowna Troop.  Troop First;  Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.   May 20 1919.  ORDERS by command for week  ending May 31 at, 1919.  DU TIES : Orderly Patrol for  week, Otters, and also for week  following ; next for d-ity, Owls.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club.room on Wednes-  day the 28th of May at 7.15 p.m. Bugle  Band practice will be held as usual on  Thursday the 29th of May at 7.30 p.m.  The committee in charge of the programme  for the concert to be given at the carnival  on the 14th of next month wish us to sing  our two songs, "The Motor King" and  "O, How 1 Hate to Get Up in the Morning."  as wall as the services of the Bugle Band.  We are not aura about the latter but shall  undoubtedly be able to repeat the songs.  A Court of Honour will be held this  weok if possible to appoint two Patrol  Leaders and alao to decide what we are to  do wilh regard to tha recruita who wish to  join.  We were very glad to have the Commissioner with us at our entertainment again  thia year and also Scoutmasters Zimmerman and Atkinson of Summerland and  Penticton respectively aa well aa three of  the Summerland Leadera. A. Harris, J.  Gayton and A. Smith. We hope that  several of our scouts will be able to attend  the Summerland entertainment on Friday  of this week and the picnic next day; They  have very kindly offered to put us up for  the day.  The Commissioner went to Peachland  on Saturday returning north to Vernon on  Monday, and he goes south to Summerland  on Thursday.  Will all scouts or any of our fiiends who  have ariy better camp site, than Cedar  Creek to suggest, let us know of them  immediately ? For we muat all pull togeth.  er to make the camp this year better than  ever.  There are some twenty scouts who have  yet to make their returns from the sale of  ticketa ao we are unable to say at the  moment of writing exactly what we have  made. We know however that we have  done better than ever, and we wish to  thank the public very much for their  splendid support, and at the same time  apologise that we were not able to give  them batter accommodation on the second  evening. We were indeed eorry that any  had to be tumad away and if we had had  any idea that was going to happen would  have endeavored to hold a Saturday  matinee as well. If there are any purchas.  era of tickets who were unable to gain  admiasion we shall be glad to refund them  their money.  For the auccess which attended thi. our  sixth annual entertainment we owe a great  debt of gratitude to the following ladiea  and gentlemen who contributed ao much  to it: Mesdames Small and Rowcliffe for  decorating the stage and for material lent,  Mra. Calder for assistance with the songs  and play, Mr. J. N. Thompson for training  and conducting the singing, Mr. Fred Gore  for the bugle band, Mr. 11. J. Hewetson  for the physical training, Mr. Francis Buck  for the signalling, our accompanist, the  Misses Betty Gaddes, Dorothy Leckie and  Denison, and lastly but not least Messrs.  Gordon and Bartholomew of the Cuba.  We wish alao to thank the following for  material lent, Mesdamea Saunders, Groves  and Buck, the Kelowna Furniture Company  tha Aquatic Association, Maasra. Cunningham, DuMoulin and McCarthy and the  United Church Sunday School, alao our  old boya who so kindly attended to the  ticket taking and ushering, and Mia.  Raymer, manager of the theatre for courtesies extended.  Thursday. May 22.1919  Singing is proving to be an attractive form of school exercise.  It is a pity the Assembly Hall is  not available for combined class  singing. Much better results would  be obtained if the children could  be assembled to hear each class  sing occasionally. We require  music books very badly. These  have been ordered for (our months  now but up to the present the  School Board has not been able  to obtain them. The teachers are  doing their beat with rote singing,  but that can scarcely be called an  enlightened form of education.  Some of the teachers are expecting  to attend the summer School of  Music this summer at Victoria.  We hope next term to see a um  uniform system of class singing  throughout the school. But in any  r:..sc the teaching of music will  never be on a proper educational  basis until a supervisor is appointed who can visit each room at  least once a week and give trained  advice and assistance to the teachers.  As far as one can see at present  only about sixty per cent, of the  total number of pupils in the Entrance classes will be able to go-  through. Had the winter not been  so hard on children as it has been,  and had their attendance been unbroken, some who may fail might  have been able to reach the required standard; but as it is they  will be well advised to remain in  the Entrance class another year.  If it could be arranged, the best  plan would be for those pupiis who  are to repeat in tbe Entrance, to  do Entrance work up till Christmas and thereafter to begin the  study of High School subjects as  a preparation for the regular High  School course. But I am doubtful  if the Department of Education  would sanction such e conrse.  1 am convinced, however, that  pupila are better to fail in the Entrance examinations than in the  first year High School examinations. If pupils go in ill-prepared  they become so discouraged that  they drop out.  ���        a  a  The grading of the rest of the  school will be equally disappoint  ing. I can unhesitatingly say that  the teachers have made a strong  effort to get the pupils as far for  ward as possible ; but with the  best of intentions they cannot force  nature. Had the mumps not come  upon the school we might have  recovered from the influenza epidemic. As it is we ask the parents to be assured that whatever  we consider to be in the beat interests ot each child will be done.  The school gardens are all planted. The principal's Entrance class  is working on a model home garden. The other classes are working on the individual plot ayatem.  m        a  a  A visit waa paid to the achool  last Friday by representatives from  the l.O.D.E.; namely, Mra. B. MacDonald and Mrs. Telford.  Frail, Sickly Children  Improve Rapidly on Vinol  The reason we so strongly recommend Vinol for  frail, sickly children is because it is a non-secret  remedy which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates ��� but no oil ���the very elements  needed to build them up. It is delicious to the  taste, and children love it  Theae Two Mothers Have Proved This.  Williamson, W. Va.  "My Httls boy was weak, pony,  and tired all tha time, did not want  to do anything. Vinol was recommended nnd it built up his strength  and made him healthy- Now he romps  and plays like other children. Ws  certainly believe In Vinol for children."  ���Harley Clay.  BaJabrfdga, N.Y.  "My little daughter, 18 yeara old.  overworked and waa run-down, tired  all ths time, nervous, had headaches,  couldn't eat and had to stay out of  school. Vinol haa built her up. She  has a good appetite, no more headaches and haa returned to school  again."���Mrs. Lester Andrews.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.,  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phona Mr.. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kalowna  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS   ���  CONTRACTOR * BUILDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, snd Reports on Jniaation Works  Applications for Wster Dcenses  > KELQWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and Lawrence   Avenue.  "The Saturday Evening Post" lor  less than five centa a copy, $2.50 a  year; "The Country Gentleman"  for less than (our cents a copy,  $1.75 a year; including poatage.  A. R. Doraia, authorized agent, 632  Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished (or all classes  of work  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairi  Now  is  the time to have  your Furniture overhauled.  re-covered or repaired,   i  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy .eat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  KELOWN/  Ride a "MASSEY'  THE EASY RUNNING CANADIAN BICYCLE  The bicycle atill remains the easiest, cheapest and  most convenient way of getting about known to man.  It is not a queation of whether you want a bicycle or  not, but  WHICH  Bicycle?  The "Massey" is Canada's Best Bicycle  Ask our long list ot satisfied customers  Rpnairs to a" ma'ce8' 0**we w'" ta'ce ***our ��'^ wne**l  r"*lls in part payment for a new one.  AcCeSSOlieS   of all kinds���Tires, Tubes. Lamps, etc.  J. R. CAMPBELL  Corner Abbott Street aad Park Aveaue.        Phone 357  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday���" Limousine Life," with Olive Thomas.  Tuesday���Nell Shipman and Alfred Whitman in "A Gentleman's Argreement." Also "The Woman in the Webb " and  comedy.  Wednesday and Thursday���"The Better 'Ole." See ad. on  back page.  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  GASOLINE  AND OILS  COAL OIL  Goodyear Tires Goodyear Tubes  Accessories of All Kinds  VULCANIZING  TUBES DONE WHILE YOU WAIT  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi   -fit  Lawrence  j. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 67  \  1 Iron-day, May 22.1919  KEUHCNA  RBCOKD  PAGE THBBB  l/  ��� ur-tireo   .  New Summer Dresses  THE Matha Washington Dresses, now in stock, come  in plain colored Gingham and Chambray. These  nake excellent looking garments for street wear and are  triced reasonably ....$3.95 to $5.75  itriped and Plaid Gingham and Plain Gingham Dresses  n a large assortment of designs From $2.95 up  Ask to see these Matha Washington Dresses  Children's Gingham Dresses in smart styles.   Sizes 6  to 14 years $3.75 up  An excellent assortment of Ladies' Smocks, in prices  ranging froni $1.95 to $4.95  \ new line in Smocks'" come in shades of Sand and  Green. These have contrasting colored Silk Embroidery  pn cuffs and collars .Price $4.95  I  Misses' Middies and Smocks for ages 6 to 14 years.   A  new number in these comes smocked with fancy crepe  collars.   Prices from $1.75 to $3.75  Pictorial Review Patterns  Dress 8131    Dress 8128  -Jf^aaai ISfmr.  ���M��7��srs U-lOnais  8131  Size 16 requires  4% yards 36-in.  material  y% yard 36-inch  lining for under-  body.  8128  Size 16 require.  AVi yards 36-in.  material  Vi yard 36-inch  lining for under-  body.  THE  SUMMER    FASHION  BOOK  IS  NOW   ON  SALE  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  COAL OIL GAS FUEL  "Ellsworth Burner"  Can be Installed in your Range, Stove or Heater���the fire i. economical;  saves labour ; no waste of heat; doe. the cooking more evenly than wood  or teal.  DEMONSTRATION - O.K. LUMBER OFFICE, KELOWNA  Motor Car Owners!  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready for  tha fine weather. "A stitch in time aaves nine," and  a small adjustment may save you a big bill later on.  The SMITH & McCUBBIN  GARAGE  All kinds of A  cccssones  Agents for  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars  The beat car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Car  With the '.'Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tractors  For all hauling and farm work  Agents for COODYEAR  TIRES  LA WRENCE A VE.   Phone 232. Night phonf 144  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mrs.  W.  Moore were  visitors from Calgary thia week.  J.   McGarrity   returned  from Vancouvei.  Friday  Mrs. Gordon Renfrew is spend*  ing a few months in the eaat, visiting friends in Ottawa and Montreal.  Dr. Duthie of Montreal, a veterinary surgeon who has served the  past four years with the Remount  Commission, haa been visiting the  district this week, and will probably locate here,  The sale is announced thia week  through the medium of the Okanagan Brokerage, of the houae of W.  McCubbin on Pendozi street to A.  G. H. Carruthers.  J. Crehan who ia making one of  his periodical visits to Kelownn,  entertained Saturday evening at the  Palace Hotel some seventeen returned men, chiefly members of  rhe 2nd C.M.R. with the recruiting  of whom Mr. Crehan was connected.  Will all ladies who are entering  babies for the "Better Baby Contest"  please communicate with Mrs.  Telford. There will probably be  four classes, 6 months to 2 years,  prizea offered for each class. This  contest will be run on the lines of  the better baby contests held in  cities, and will be one of the special features of the Peace Carnival.  It has not been possible to arrange for a steamer to make the  trip to Summerland on Saturday;  but many farmers and others are  planning to make up car parties  and motor over to attend the celebration and sports at the Summer-  land Station. Tea, coffee and milk  will be provided, so visitots need  only take their own eatables, oups  &c.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  The usual Anglican aervice will  be held at Rutland on Sunday next  at 3 p.m.  As will be noted in an advertisement in this issue there ia to be a  recital Monday next at the Aquatic  Pavilion by the pupila of Herga  Ambler. The programme is varied  and interesting, and ahould be well  attended. The proceeds are for  the G.W.V.A.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held in the Board of Trade room  on Monday afternoon May 26th at  3.30. A full attendance is requeated. All those who have been collecting nickels are asked to make  their returns at this meeting.  Farewell services will be conducted in the Baptist church next Sunday by Rev. W. Arnold Bennett:  11 a.m., "The Chriatian Life in the  Light of Full Salvation;" 2.30 p.m.  open session in the Sunday School  to be addressed by the Pastor; 7.30  p.m., "Christ's Testimony against  the Impenitent Curious."  Vernon ia to have a monster  Field Day on June 3rd. Motoi and  bicycle parades, base ball, foot ball  and lacrosse matches, tennis and  golf tournamenta and a Vaudeville  show will be some of the attractions  of the day. A Hospital dance will  be given in the court house in the  evening at 9 p.m. Lunch and supper will be served in the curling  rink, with the city orchestra in attendance. Ice cream, afternoon  tea, soft drinks, etc., will be sold in  the park. The Vaudeville show  which will include a Jazz performance, will be held in the curling  rink in the afternoon, A general  good time is expected and Vernon  will have a big crowd on June 3rd.  Read This:  A little of the real state  of affairs exposed.  Senator Robertson, speaking in  the Senate last Thursday, said:  "Perhaps we will have to ask the  people of this country why it is \  that a pair of shoes that the manufacturer sells for $6 is sold to  the consumer for $12 ... I can  say in all candour that the manufacturer's profit in most instances  is not unreasonable to anything  like the same degree as are the  profits of the people who handle thtir goods after Ihey leave  tke factory."  I believe he spoke the truth and  lome of you people, are being  "Germanized." See my window  for HONEST profits.  Chas. Dark  Tha Fair Shoeman  Mr. J. Fumerton, sr., left Friday  for a visit to Saskatchewan.  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. James went  down to. the coast Tuesday.  Mra. Mills was a visitor to Winnipeg Monday.  Mr. L. Levey, of Loa Angeles v> as  a visitor Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Mylrea, of Calgary  were in Kelowna Sunday.  W. R. Bell of Kamloops was a  visitor in Kelowna this week.  A. G. Parkes was up from Penticton Tuesday.  A. Bain, of Silverton, waa in town  Sunday.  R. Layritz of the Layritz Nursey  Victoria, is in town thia week.  Mr. J. W. B. Browne was a passenger to Vancouver Tuesday on  a business visit.  J. A. Scroggin, of Hnrrorv West  Kootenay, was a visitor in town  last Friday.  Mesdames W. D. Hobson and  Wansbrough of the Mission, left  Thuradav last for a viait to England.  Mrs. Gaddes with Betty and the  two younger boya left Saturday to  join the rest of the family in their  new home in Oregon.  Amongst the commercial men  registered in Kelowna this week  was Ralph Smith, a son of the late  Liberal minister, who is representing a coast firm.  J. W. Weart, ex-speaker of the  provincial house, waa in Kelowna  Sunday in the course of a trip  through the Valley. Mrs. Weart,  with a son-in-law and daughter,  Mr. and Mra. J. F. Belyea, were ot  the party.  The current issue of the Gazette  contains notice of the incorporation  of a new local company, the Kelowna Storage Ltd. This is an offshoot of the Kelowna Growers, Ltd.  and is formed for the purpose of  providing extra accommodation for  storage purposes, and eventually  installing a complete cold storage  plant. The company is acquiring  and will develope the site of the  old cannerv.  The Provincial Land Settlement  Board ia opening an office in Kelowna in front of the Mason-Risch  piano atore. Mr. F. R. E. DeHart,  the district representative states  that all information and maps will  be on hand regarding settlement  areas and lands open for pre-emption in any part of the province.  Similar offices have been opened  at other centres.  In aid of the G. W. V. A. Funds.  A Musical Recital  by the Pupils of  HERGA AMBLER  To be held on Monday, May 26th,  in the Aquatic Pavilion  Progtamme to be followed by a Dance  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  CHEVROLET  SERVICE  ���J All reports to the contrary notwithstanding,a complete atock of parts is carried in Kelowna. There  are also four fully-equipped agency atocks within  phoning distance if the need for aame arises.  ���J Fall in line.   Buy the popular car.  *J Twenty Cars and Two Trucks delivered this year.  <J SEE the various models at my showrooms���  THE OIL SHOP.  I have two slightly used Ford Trucks for sale  at a low figure.  M, A. ALSGARD  AGENT, KELOWNA AND DISTRICT PAGE FODB  KELOWNA   M5COM  Thursday, May 22.1919  KELOWNA PICTURE THEATRE  7.30 and 9 p.m.  Children 25c  Adults 75c  Wed. & Thurs., May 28 & 29  CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Can be obtained at the RICH 1ER  STREET   GREENHOUSES  In 10c and 15c sealed packets or in bulk  Also Vegetable and Flower Plants in all Varieties  at reasonable prices  PALMER   &  ROGERSON  Phone HS  Box 117  Premises on Lawrence At).  Woodcraft  Manufacturing Co. n..*?  For Furniture  of all kinds made  to  order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second   Hand   and   Antique   Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or sold  on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  CREAM PRICES  from May 15th, 1919  Kelowna prices : No. 1 -   63c per Ib. butter fat  No. 2-  61c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Co-operate With US  and be assured of GOOD RETURNS on  your 1919 Fruit and Vegetable Crops.  Our organization is the most economical  and reliable. High prices. Quick payments  Special Offer: 5,000 sacks. 12c each  Sole agents for the famous Quaker products  Flour $5.60 per 100; Bran $2.50;  Shorts $2.75.    Also  Potatoes, Sugar, Jams, Canned Goods  A Limited Quantity of Cider, 50 cents gallon  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  Random Remarks  By Ihe CliicI  A chiel*. amine ye takin* notes and feth, he'll  prerrt them.".-.Burns.  O well for the fisherman's boy,  1'hat he shouts with his sister at play I  O well for the sailor lad,  That he sings in his boat on the bay;  And the stately ships go on  To their haven under the hil!;  But O for the touch of a vanished hand,  And the sound of a voice that is still I  There are a lot of sorrowing  bereaved ones throughout the  world to-day. The great war and  the influenza have claimed as victims untold numbers, and perhapa  tlinae facts account for the great  revival of interest in what is called  spiritualism. Explain it as we nay  there ia no doubt about the widespread interest in the subject which  is being manifeated at present.  With its promise of communion  with those loved and lost, it is not  surprising that the "ism" referred  to should prove attractive to some  types of mind at thia time,  "We protest against hatted being perpetuated for ever; a curae  being established for ever." This  Is p.ni of a recent statement by  Mr. P. Schiedeman, a German gentleman of some considerable notoriety. He would only use hatred  when it suited his party, I suppose.  What about the "Hymn of hate"  now ? Does it no longer express  the German national sentiment)  Can it be that the change of heart  ���as the phrase goes���has at last  affected our friend, the enemy ? I  think not, and believe the follow-  couplet about describes the situation : ���  When the Devil was sick, the Devil a aaint  would be;  When the Devil waa well, the devil a aaint  waa he I  I wus, unfortunately, prevented  from attending the scouts' concert,  but all I have heard about the performance only increases  my  cha  grin at being unable to be preaent.  The affair drew houses which the  place could not accommodate and  was in all respects a complete  success.  .        a  a  I have just had an opportunity  of reading thia month's issue of  "The Vetei'an," the official organ  of the GW.V.A, and desire to  say that it is a first-class production. 1 here is a aplendid editorial  on the subject of the general unrest prevalent throughout Canada,  with pointed reference to the danger of an outbreak of Bolshevism  and the means of prevention. The  whole tone of the paper is insistent on the wisdom of reasonableness and moderation on the part  of returned men in regard to their  relatione with the authorities. But  if you don't happen to take the  paper I would advise you to borrow it, and���read it, of course.  A local merchant, whose advertisement is usually of a striking" na-  ture, raises the question of naming  your authors when quoting. One  of Dickens' characters, Captain  Cuttle to wi't, was greatly given to  quotation and most punctilious in  regard to naming his author, but  woefully inaccurate, both in quotation and ascription, and this recollection leads me to recall a very  good (or bad) case of misquotation  on the part of a fliend of mine.  Finishing a rather lengthy expression of opinion, and with an air of  "and this is a conclusion of the  whole matter," he perpetrated the  following: "As John Bunyan says  in his 'Henry the Eighth': "A  man's a man for a' that I'"  Mrs. Barlee left this morning on  a visit to England.  Mr. Chapman who this week  relinquishes proprietor-ship of the  East Kelowna atore, begs to thank  his many friends and customers for  their kind patronage during the  past few years, and hopes that the  same will be transferred to his  successor, Mr. R. G. How.  Just Arrived���a carload of  Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Printed Butter Wrappers  Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run." can be obtained  at  this office at  the  following prices:  100, $1.50:  200, $2: 500, $3.15:   1000, $4.0  The Kelowna Record Phone 94  THE Dojninion of Canada offers  you every safeguard for your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  C Your postmaster will register every War Savings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp worth $5.00 in 1924.  VATIONAl WAB HA VINOS COMMITTEE  (British Columbia Division) Vaacoover, n c  Bw Thrift Stamps  Want Ads.  THE  OKANAGAN   BROKERAGE  E. W. Wilkinson Jas. Inglis  RUTLAND  TEN ACRES, all in orchard, 1918 crop  $1,250.   Price $4,000, half cash, balance  to be arranged at 7 per cent.  WESTBANK  FIVE ACRES, near store and post office.  Price $500. caah, for quick sate.  OKANAGAN CENTRE  TEN-ACRE LOTS at $100 psr acre.  SOUTH  OKANAGAN  DESIRABLE Summer Residence, situated  on lake   shore,   sandy   beach.     Price  $1,000, on terms to suit purchaser.  Full particulars apply to  THE OKANAGAN BROKERAGE  "Opposite the wharf" L  Kelowna  Phone 116 Box 116  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, Horse, suitable for driving or  riding. Quiet to handle. Apply W.RH.  McDougal, Glenmore. 26-7  FOR SALE-pura-bred White  Leghorn  Eggs for sale, $1.50 per setting. Apply  Bellis, Vernon Road, weat of Five Bridges. 26-7p  FOR SALE. Alfalfa Hay.    Apply W. H.  H. McDougal, Glenmore. 26-7  FOR SALE, Lake Shore Cottage and two  lota, on Miasion Road. Nice roomy  place with good shade treea. Apply to  G. A. Fiaher, Bos 129, City. 27-8  WANTED  WANTED,    immediately,  Farm   Horse.  Apply G. Rowcliffe. 27  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, capable Girl to help with  kitchen work. Apply or write, Mra. G.  Flack, Bankhead Ranch. 27p  GIRL WANTED for light housework, no  amall children. Close in. Prefer sleep  out.   Apply P.O. Bos 322. 27  SITUATIONS WANTED  ENGINEER   wants   Position;    3rd-class  papsra.   Apply Box E, Record Office,  24-7p  WANTED, Book-keeping, Tradesmen's  Books, Monthly Statements, Correspondence, tec Part time. Reasonable  charges.   Apply Post Office Box 42.  26.9p  WANTED, Situation by a married man on  a ranch, or work in town as teamster or  auto driver. Apply C. McCarthy or at  Record Office. 26-7x  Auction  At Auction Lot  Next to Keller Block  Bernard Avenue  Saturday, May 31st  at 2 p.m.  This will be a good big  sale as we have listed a  great variety of Furniture,  Household Goods, Ranch  Requirements, &c.  Stock-well's, Limited  Auctioneers, Kelowna  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan tV Davis i to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  diatrict, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  Thia experience has covered  auction of every description  but mora particularly in the  Una of Cattle, Farm, Implements and Household Furniture. I am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such aa Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  aalea and any information required can bo obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan &  Davies.  G. H. KERR  THE  Veteran Meat Market  have a good line in beef thia week  Sirloin Steak  J5e  Round Steak 30c  Sirloin Roaat  35c  Rib Roaat  35e  Nice Oven Roast  30c  Pol Roaat  25e  Boiling Beef  22c  Boneless Stewing Beef  25c  Shanka ,.. |2|e  Veal, Mutton and Pork as usual  J. E. JAMES  Phone 183   * Bernard Avenue  We are looking for  FAT CATTLE  Best Prices Paid Spot Cash  The Corporation of the City  of Kelowna  NOTICE is hereby given thst tha first  sitting of the annual Court of Revision for  thc purpose of hearing complaints against  the assessment for the year 1919 as made  by the Assessor, and for revising, equalizing snd correcting the assessment roll of  the Gty of Kelowna and Kelowna City  School District, will be held in the Council  Chamber, Kelowna, on Monday, June 2nd,  1919. at 10 a.m. All appeals, complaints  or objections muat be in writing and delivered to the Assessor at least tan (10)  clear daya before the first sitting of the  Court of Revision.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C,  thia 28th day of April, 1919.  G. H. DUNN,  24-8 Gty Clerk.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that I, Henry McDougal,  executor of the Estate of the late Eneas  McDougal, whose addreaa is Kelowna,B.C.,  will apply for a licence to take and uae  150 acre feat with a* maximum flow of  one cubit foot of water per second out of  Spring and Creek,also known aa Ruhlman'a,  which flows in a southerly direction and  drains into the land on Diatrict lot 503,  Oaoyooa, and which originates in Rose  Valley in Diatrict Lot 2188. The water ia  be diverted from ths stream near the  'North Weat Corner of AL 503, and will  be used for Irrigation purposes upon the  land described as D.L 503, Osoyoos Div.  This notice was posted on the ground on  the 23rd day of April, 1919. Acopyofthis  notice and sn application pursuant thereto and to ths "Water Aet, 1914," will be  filed in the office of the Water Recorder  at Vornon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with tha said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Watar Rights, Parliament Buildings, Vic  oris, B. C��� within thirty days after the  first appearance of thia notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publication of this nodes is April 24th, 1919. '  HENRY McDOUGAL, Applicant  By Arthur Johnson, Agsat.  23.7p  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that John Haynes, whoaa  address is Kelowna, will apply for a li.  canca to take and uae 200 acre feet on 80  sens, of water out of Mission Creak, which  flows westerly and drains into Okanagan  Lake. Tha watsr will be diverted from  the stream at ths intake of the Smlthson-  Alphonse irrigation ditch, which it is  proposed to use, and will be used for Irrigation purposes upon the land described  ss Fraot. S.E quarter section 21 (exclusive  of D.L. 126), and tha Fract N.E. quarter  section 21, Tp. 26, lying cut of D.L 126,  the portion thereof lying North of Mission  Creek. This notice was posted on the  ground on the 25th dsy of April, 1919. A  copy of thia notice and an application pursuant thereto and to tha "Watsr Act, 1914"  will bs filed in the office of ths Water  Recorder st Vernon. Objections to the  application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with, the Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parlisment Buildings,  Victoria, B.C, within thirty days after the  firat appearance of thia notice in a local  newapaper. The date of the first publication of thu notice is May I, 1919.  JOHN  HAYNES,  24-8p Applicant.  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  J�� PA. Boa 3��l

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