BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Kelowna Record Jul 30, 1914

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xkelownarec-1.0180899.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xkelownarec-1.0180899.json
JSON-LD: xkelownarec-1.0180899-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xkelownarec-1.0180899-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xkelownarec-1.0180899-rdf.json
Turtle: xkelownarec-1.0180899-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xkelownarec-1.0180899-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xkelownarec-1.0180899-source.json
Full Text
xkelownarec-1.0180899-fulltext.txt
Citation
xkelownarec-1.0180899.ris

Full Text

 VOL, VI. N0:J6.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 30.J9I4.  $130 Peff Annum.  mm  Danger of Tampering  Council Will Take Proceedings  Against Offenders  The danger of tampering with the  oity's eleotrio hght wins wa* empha-  sitsd at last Friday's meeting of the  oounoil, when a written report from  the lineman of a oertain ease was read  before the council. The servioe w!res  to a tent had. been out aad the loose  win* wound around a light pole, the  ends coming only a short dlstanoe  from the ground. Ihe danger of suoh  . a proceeding was obvious as the wire*  might easily have been touched by  ohildren, with probably fatal results.  A* it wa* a .short oirouit wa* formed  whieh blew out the" fuse* in the transformer serving that distriot, and considerable expense and inconvenience  had been entailed before they were*  replaced. It was pointed ont ohat.  such actions might easily be the means  of causing serioUB damage to the olcc  trio plant, not to'mention the risk  td life.  It was decided to plaos the case in  the hands of the polios for prosecuti >n  and also to call the attention of the  publio to the fact that tbe penalty for  tampering with city property is a lute  of f 100 and ��� costs or three months  imprisonment.  Several letters were read relating to  dispute* over the payment of light  and -water accounts.  The Merchants' Association v. ,to  stating that they were.unable to sane,  tion the change of the usual Thursday  -half holiday to Tuesday, August 18th,  as requested by the Penticton Aquatic  Association. _  Alderman Copeland reported that the  construction of the new foot bridge  . on Sutherland avenue over Hill Qgeeic  had been completed. He asked,whether ihe council would consent to having  th* .bridge painted, but it wa* deold id  to 1st the paintiag wait for a while.  Alderman Sutherland saM'that the  n K. rVwrnOI f> Jmd of.��rvd to _  pTy 'the dty-wlth aewoW for id IS.  on erjadition that the city furnish  them with light and water free1 of  charge/ and also employ the cempaay's  team to do the hauling at S6.00 per  day. The matter waa referred to the  Light and Water committee (or consideration and report.  - The Milk Vendor's Bylaw was reconsidered and finally passed and thus  becomes law. The provision* of -his  by-law have already been outlined.  The following accounts were passed  for payment:  G. F. Teal, June Salary  IllffOO  E. Bonjean Waterworks work 85.10  T. Barrett, waterworks work . 6.90  J. Plant, waterworks work ... 36.U4  J. Lindatrum waterworks work 4.33  Kelowna Sawmill Co., hauling  sawdust for April, May ft  June   319.M)  A. L. MoNaughton, fees for  supervision of plank sidewalk    construction, etc ...   115.00  Digger ft McGregor, payment  on account concrete side-  Walk construction     1291.2V  A. Gagnori, park work       1.50  H. Maidment, cutting weeds ..    51.110  ���     H. Harrison, cutting weeds ...    69.(0  W. A. Gibson, street work ...    :I3.10  F. Swainson, June salary   104.1)0  Ennii ft    MoDonuall,    street  work ,      o.i 0  Large Sblpmeof of  Junior Team Fails to Reach  Vernon in Time for Game  The local lacrosss   team again triumphed over the Armstrong team yes- '  terday afternoon at Armstrong by   a '  score or 7 to 6.  The game, according to reports  was a splendid game, being very even  throughout, but the superior defouce '  work of tho locals held the horn* olub I  safe most of the time. Fast combina-'  tion work on the forward line was a I  revelation to the crowd and while I  they were"disappointed in seeing lii'ir I  home club defeated they gave the Kc-1  lowna boys great encouragement when '  they pulled off some nice work.  Some of the boys were late in git  ting away and had to hurry into their  clothes and get on the field without  a chance to warm up, with the suit  that Armstrong got away to a1 good  start and.scored two goals before the  locals got into their stride. The fiisi  quarter ended with the score 3 io 1  in favor of tbe home club.  During the second period Kelown i  played so strong a defensive l-aliie  that Armstrong was unable o in  crease their lead, going through iho  quarter without a score, while Kelowna secured two, making the score at  half time tie,with 3 all.  The Armstrong boys worked hard  in the third and were successful in  leading at the finish qf this period hy  single score, the totals being *,- 1.  With a lead of one goal the Ann-  strong boys started out very fast nn'l  for a few minutes it looked as though .:  they would score, but the local os  fence relieved the anxiety by breaking  up a very pretty combination, w'nMi  appeared oertain of a score. Aft ir  this the Kelowna hoys took things >  to their own hands and were' sever  again in any trouble, although tl. y  allowed Armstrong another goal tlmy  secured tone and the gams ftaished  with, the swore ofXi?.? m '��vor ;��� "l  Thiswas the second game of the post  season series in which a purse w.is  at stake. In the first game the' score  was tie 6 all, so that the two go��l  lead yesterday constltut** a two gn.tl  lead for th* series, giving the Iraaie  boys the purse.  Looal fans will have one more opportunity to see these teams battle  when they meet for the final game of  the regatta.  JUNIOB LACROSSE CLUN FAILED  TO BEACH VERNON  The junior lacrosse club started l.r  Vernon yesterday to compete against  the Vernon team, but were unfortunate  en route and only part of the team'  arrived in time to play, one of the  ears having trouble on the way and  not being able to reach Vernon until  long after dark.  The trouble was caused from bud  tires and after replacing th* faulty  lire* with new ones the return joinn.iy  was made without mishap. The boys  wish to thank thoee who so kindl;  loaned their ears for the trip.  Arrangements have been made to  have the game played on Wednesday  next at Vernon and the Vernon tecin  will return the visit during the reunite.  Ten Carloads Leave tot Edmonton Distributors  PRINCIPALS IN CELEBRATED PifolS MURDER CASE  Left, Gaston Cnlmetto; riyht Joseph Caillaux; below, Mme. Caillaux.  Joseph Caillaux held the court for two tonso hours testifying in defence oi  his wife, who sat in the prisoner's enclosure charged with the killing of  Gaston Calmetto, editor of thc Figaro, last 'March 16th.  The appearance of M. Caillaux 'vas -hardly less dramatic than that of  Mme. Caillaux. The ex-premier md finance minister, still one of the most  powerful men in France, dominated the proceedings, iinposing upon them lili  personality and uncommon gifts .if leadership. The final hearing took place  on Tuesday night, Mme. Caillaux being acquitted.  War Now Declared Between Austria-  via  Forty-six Arrested io  Mediation Attempts Unsuccessful., -   Efforts of European  Centred on Localizing Conflict v -    May Pw Severe  Strain on Internationa] Diplomacy  which form a perpetual menace to  the monarchy's tranquility. It, therefore, demands from the Servian Government formal assurance that it condemn the dangerous propaganda  whose aim is to detach from the monarchy a portion of tha territory 0ml  also that the Servian Government  shall no longer permit these machlni-  tions and this criminal perverse orn-  paganda."    ,  SERVIA'8 REPLY  ulti  People in the vicinity of th* railroad track* last Friday morning might  have noticed a long, string ot box  oars standing ready tor loading oa to  the barges bearing streamer* Indicating that the oars were loaded with  Kelowaa produce from tbe local cannery. There were ten oars in all,  and thi* huge shipment oonatatad entirely of mixed canned goods .'rom lbs  Western Caansrs, Ltd., consigned to  Messrs. H. H. Cooper ft Co., a l��ig*  firm of wholesale merchant* la Fd-  monton. Thty Included the well-  well-known "Orchard City" and "Attn  dard of Empir*" brand*, whieh ar*  rapidly attaining a world-wide Mpu.lv  tion for exodrsno*.  Mr. Hudson was on the scene with  hi* earner*, and took several dun  of ths ears   which audi an imposing 'onM.  pioture, while Mr. R. Dunoan a so took  some motion picture* of the oars being hauled along the slipway.  Large as this shipment was it is lo  be followed later by s (till larger  one, as in the fall it is expected thut  a whole train, consisting of 20 el's  of canned goods will bs consign*! tu  the same firm.  The cannery already have their Penticton branch at work canning t) o ap-  rioot crop there, and it la expicted  that within eight or ten days he Kelowna plant will be running full blast.  The tomatoes will be coming ia by  then, and given a continuance of fa -  orable weather the pack thi* year wi:  surpass all previous recards.  The oompany is in muoh better ��h pe  to' handle the pack this year as u  large amount ot the newest and rao<t  up-to-date machinery has recently iioon  Installed, whioh will have the effect of  greatly increasing she output.  An endeavor is to be .made thi* year  to SMure all the help needed loftily  instead of bringing in girls from the  ooast and other points. Thar* should  thus be lot* of work for women and  girl* In. the district, and any deelrl<tg  work ahould have their name* entered  OB the    register at   ths cannery    nt  Efforts on the part of the I riliah ' upon it to put an end to the intrigues  Secretary of Foreign Affairs, .Sir Edward Grey, to bring about a osnfer-  raoking to the settlement ly  peaceable means of the disputes .between Austria-Hungary and Servia,  have apparently failed for the present  and the dreaded news of the formal  declaration of war by the Austrian  governmeot is now the one topic of  the day. .  The text of the declaration is as  follows:  "The Royal Government of StrvU,  not having replied in a satisfactory  manner to the note remitted to it bv  the Austria-Hungarian minister in .ha  grade on July 23, 1914, the Imperial  and Royal Government finds Itself  compelled to proceed to safeguard its  rights and interests and to have recourse for this purpose to force of  arms.  "Austria-Hungary considers ttsolf,  therefore, from this moment in a staio  of war with Horvia.  BERCHTOLD,  'Minister Foreign Affairs of Austria-  Hungary."  AUSTRIA'S ULTIMATUM  The note referred to was sent by  Austria-Hungary to Servia, and "oon-  tained demands tor the suppression of  the pan-Servian movement and the  punishment of those concerned jn the  assassination of Archduke Fraaoia  Ferdinand and wns presented to the  government at Belgrade at 0 o*-slock  last Wednesday evening.  The note reviewed the relations with  Servia sinoe 1909 and complained that  although the Servian government  promised loyalty to the Austro-.fun-  garian government, it had failed t��  suppress subversive movements, aud  that this tolerance had incited tho  Servian' people to hatred of the Au>-  tro-Hungary monarchy and ooa-  tempt for its institutions. This, said  the note, culminated in the Sarayvo  assassination*, whioh are proved hy  despotisms and confessions of tba perpetrator* to have - beta hatched at  Belgrade, the arms and explosives  having been supplied by the connivance of Servian officers and tunc  tionaries.  "Th*     Austro Hungarian    Govern-  Police Make Clean-up of Gambling Den  Last Saturday night the .police made  a descent upon a Chinese gambling den  with such successful result* that no  fewer than forty-six celestials were  arrested, caught red-handed in the pursuit of their unlawful game.    ,  i'hc raid was undertaken by Chief  Thomas with the essistan e of Constable Gibb, Provincial Constables  Fraser of Vernon and McDonald, of  Kelowna,. with special constables, fidling, Leader, Karne, sworn in ,'nr  the occasion. It had been known .'or  Some time that gambling was luring  regularly carried on in tne store -of  Quon Lee Yuen, a well-known Chinaman, and on Saturday night about  10 o'clock, the place wa's surrouu.led  by the police. Men were placed to,  guard the exits, both back and front,  while Chief Thomas entered the hoiie.  The gamblers were taken completely by  surprise. There was a large. num'jer  of men in the room at the time, nnd  some were Bitting around a table en  gaged in a game, with a kind oi dominoes. One of the men, when he became aware of the presence of Ih  police grabbed a tin which apparently  held the stakes and though he spilled  some of the money he made-good nis  escape. Gradually the polioe dosed  in on the room where the gambling  was taking place, and finally forty-nix  of the inmates, including the proprietor, Quon Lee Yuen, were arrested  and marched to the lock up. Thc tables and gambling apparatus wero aljo  seized by the police.  The case created a great deal of excitement in Chinatown, and the courthouse was crowded with Chinamen  when the Case came before Magistrate  Weddell for trial Monday morning. Mr.  J. F. Burne prosecuted on behalf qf  the police and Mr. R. B. Kerr -vas  retained for the defense.  In his evidtnoe Chief Thomas said l,e  believed the game played to hove b*  pi garw", one of the most serious  forms of gambling, in which the  stakes are frequently very Ugh.  The trial lasted nearly three day-i,  the outcome being that the proprietor  Quon Lee Yuen was fined ��50 nnd  costs and eighteen of the others $10  each.  .Servia's reply to the Austrian  mattim is summarised as follows:  First.���Servia agrees to the publication in its official journal, on the  front page, of the formal declaration submitted by the Austrian Gov-  eminent, condemning the subversive  propaganda and deploring Its fatal  consequences, regretting the partioip.i  tion of Servia officers in this propaganda, repudiating any further interference with Auttro-Hungarian interests and warning all Servians' that  rigorous proceedings wilt be taken in  the future against the persons guilty  of suoh machinations  Second.���Servia agrees to oommuni-  eate their decision to the army in the  form of an ordi-r of the day.  Third.���It promises to dissolve those  societies which may be considered CV  pablo of conducting intrigues against  Austria.  Fourth.��� Revision of Iho laws governing the press.  Fifth,���Dismissal from the army und  navy of officers and the removal also  nf civil offioials whose participation  in an anti-Austrian propaganda may  be proved. The Servian government  however, protest* against Austrian officials taking part in th* enquiry.  Sixth.���The Servian government asks  for an explanation as to just what  part the Austrian officials are to bo  called upon to take in the enmity  into the Sarajevo plot and it is announced that Servia oan only vdinit  such participation as would be ,n accordance with international law and  good neighborly relations.  Seventh.���To sum up, Servia aoo*pts|  *H the conditions and demands of  Austria and  Wong Bing, the Chinaman who w���*  charged with a murderous assault upon a white cook at the railroad camp  was brought up again last Saturday  and fined tot) and costs. The other  Chinaman, Joe Sing was let off.  Thousands of cattle have died in  Saskatchewan and Alberta'during tiie  present year Bs the result of the dread'  disease, black leg, according to a ie-  port issued by the Health of Animals  branch of the Dominion Department of  Agriculture.  Regatb Pre-  iiiDioairFripiiflie  Splendid Two Days of Water  Sports and Attractions  The following.!* the preliminary p-o-  grom tor the two big Regatta Jays,  August 12th and 13th, when Kelowna  will put on her gayest attire and celebrate the greatest event of the year.  A large amount ol sew Mood and mw  enthusiasm has been infused into the  regatta preparations this year, and no  stone is being left unturned to 'make  it a record. This will be the eighth  year in succession that the regatta  has been held, and the affair is rapidly assuming a provincial importance.  The presence of the hydro-aeroplane  and the deciding here of tbe B. C.  championships for diving and one mile  swimming will attract a much larg.,r  number from outside points this year.  FIRST DAY, AUGUST 12  and  strokq.  spring  'Know-  tions.  Finally.- II the Austrian Government finds its reply Inadequate Servia  appeals to lhe Hague tribunal und  to the powers which signed the declaration of 1909 relative to Bosnia and  Herasgovina.  BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY  ATTEMPTS MEDIATION  Thi* reply did not satisfy tne Aus  trian government, however, and as  soon as the situation appeared to  be getting acute, Sir Edward Grey issued an invitation to ihe great powers  to aanmble their ambassadors in London in nn endeavor to bring about a  settlement. It was hoped by this  means to stave off a disastrous con-  fhiot, which might involve the whole  of Europe.  Germany, however, declined to fall in  with the proposal declaring that it  considered the suggestion of Sir lid-  ward Grey, tho Rritish foreign secretary, as well meant and good in principle, but not feasible in preotico nnd  impossible to carry out.  It said it could nr>t be expected .hat a  great power having a dispute with a  smaller neighbor would submit the matter to the decision of a European  nreopngus, Far leak oould it be hoped  that two great powers would submit to  . 10 a.m.���Open handicap Bailing  "Ladies Cup."  10 a.m.���Single sculls,   heats i-mili).  "Leeson, Dickie, Gross Challenge Cup."  10.30, a.m.��� 30 yards,   boys' swimming race (12 years and under).  10.45.���Double sculls, heats i-mils.  11.00���50 yards Ladies' swimuilug  raoe.  11.15���Open gaspline launch, four  classes.  11.30.���Ladies' double sculls.  2.00.���50 yards boys' swimming (u,i-  def 16 years)..  2.15.���50 yards Men's breast  2.30.���Ladies' '���ingle sculls.  2.40.���Ladies'   .ive; one low  board and 8-ft solid dive.  2.50.���50 yards baok stroke.  2.55.���Canoe fours.  3.00.���Single canoes.  3.10.���Senior   rowing fours,  les; Trophy."  3.20.���Open standing dive; two Ml.,  two 12-ft. and two 20-ft. dives.  3.40.���Quarter    mile swimming ravii.  3.50.���Boys'  relay swimming     ra-'W.  (Teams: Public school,  High     school  and Scouts).  4.00.���Running spring board div*.  4.15.���Mixed canoes.  4.30.���60 yards handicap swimming  for season ticket holders of K. A. A.  only. "K.A.A. Challenge Cup."  6.00.���Mixed double sculls.  SECOND DAY, AUGUST 13.  Dinghy sailing race.  lO.OO.-Single sculls, final.  10.15:���Boys' high dive (undor 16.)  10.30.���Long distance plunge.  11.00.���Fastest gasoline launch, "fl,  W. Sutherland Cup."  11.30.���Boy Scout swimming raoe, 30  yards handicap.  11.40.���Ladies' 50 yards swiinmiug  handicap.  11.40.���War canoe raoe, 1 mile  straight. "Knowles' Cup."  11.50.���Ladies' Single canoes.  2.00.-Double sculls, final.  2.10.���One mile swimming championship of B. C, Under auspioes of II.  C.A.S.A.  2.20.���Double canoes.  2.30.���Swimming under water.  2.50.���Watcrpianing, log rolling and  tilting from canoes.  3.00.���Mixed war canoe raoe.  3.30.���Ladies' double oanoca.  i 3.45.���Crab eanoe race.  3.46.���Junior rowing fours.  4.00.���B.   C.  Championship  under the auspioes of the B.C.A.S.A.  4.30.���50 yBrds open swimming.  "Pither and Leieor Cup."  4.35.���Handicap gasoline launch race.  "Mason ft Bison Cup."  4.3o.-Greaay pole.  4.40.���W��r eanoe ruco. 1 mile with  turn. "Megaw Cup."  be summoned in the role of accused bo  makes reservations only!for* such a tribunal.  regarding tho participation of Austrian,   Germany make* th* counter euggea-  .��_,_,.. ,_ .._    ._..     *.   j-.     _..'��� is.-. ...At ,__  ���.   .        ���  dl/in/,  (Coatinoad on Page Tw)  BIRTHS  CAMl'HELL.-On Thursday, July 10th,  to the wife oi Mr. J. R. Campbell,  a daughter.  ess  HYWATER.��-On Sunday, July i��, t���  the wife of Mr. F. Y. Bywater, a  daughter.  a   a  a  CIIILDRRS.-O,, Saturday, July lUth,  to the wi<s of IT. C. ChiMors, a  daughter.  DEATH  ment." continued the note, "Is unable officials in the enquiry.   It does   not tion that negotiations for peace    be CHILDER8.���On Saturday,  longer to pursue an attitude  of  for-, give its formal refusal to   thia point]conducted   between   the cabinets   in-1  ' baaranoo and uses tb*   duty   Imposed but confine* itself to asking    explana- stead of by a conference.  July IsiV.h,  the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  H. 0. ChiHer*.    ��*. PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  KELOiMNH RECORD  Publifhod ovary Thursday at KWowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  11.60   ptr jmt;    76o..  tiz    months     TJn  Malm 50 oenU additional.  All lubioriDtioni MvabU Id advanoe.  Advertising Rates:  LODQS NOTICES,   PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  ETC., 28 centa per ootumn inch per  week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-80 davf. IS;  60 dun. 17.  WATER N0TIUE3-W Ior live iniortloni,  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Fint   iniertion.    12  cento per line; each eubiequent inurtion, 8  centa per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVEBTIBEHENTaS-2 cente ptr  word lint iui.rt.ion, 1 oent per word pm-i  subsequent inaertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-'.'*.. ind] P.,  and under, 60 oenta per inch lirxt in-i-rtiori  over two indue 40 cente per inoh lirat in  eertlon; 20 centa per inch each sulineuueni  inaertion.  All QaUnget In contract adverUaetpmta mum  be in the bands ol the printer bv Tueada>  evening to enaure publication in the nest  iaaue.  Once more tho political pot in Europe is on thc boil, and war haB aguUi  raised ita hideous head to make Wd  conditions worse. This time it is A-is-  tria-Hungtiry and Servia who are p?*.v  paring to fly at each other's jbcoaU,  Ever since lho Balkan war relations  between the two countries, never ot the  friendliest, have boon strained, und the  recent assassination of Archduke  Ferdinand and his consort hy a  Servian fanatio has brought matters  to a crisis, and in spite of diplomatic  efforts to patch up the quarrel !y  peaceful means, war haB been declared,  The relations existing between tho  great European powers, and ihe complicated diplomatic system which has  arisen in recent years, make- a war  of this kind something in the naUfro  of a fire in a powder magazine. One  never knows what may happen. I or-  many and Italy aB the allies of Ami-  tela are liable to be drawn in. In fnjt  it is confidently assorted that Germany is in a great measure behind 1 he  action of Austria,in. her demand that  Servia should take steps to >upp?0BS  the anti-Austrian feeling which ,t is  claimed the Servian government has  eneouraged, Russia it is supposed will  go to the aid of Servia, and a gonenl  European war may bo the outcome.  Of course the incident has awakened  the usual crazy brood of armchair  military experts, who gravely discuss  the situation from every angle, aud  show a devilish ingenuity in finding  the most amazing reasons why uitarlv  every country on the face of the^lobe  must inevitably take a hand in the  fighting. The fact that certain oili-  olals of ono country have made diplomatic arrangements with officials of  another country, or on the other hind  have worked up some kind of* petty  squabble seems to these patriots ample and sutlicient reason why hundreds  of thousands of innocent men should  be 'turned loose against their folio*'  creatures.  Tho most insignificant orders Usuid  tq sections of the army, or of tho declare interpreted into preparations Ior  Immediate onslaught.  The army contractor and the makers  of ammunition and ordinance chuckle  as these war scares grow, for thoy  know that they mean fat orders and  abundance of graft. One can imagine  the big war material manufacturers of  Germany cabling a big broad grin lo  their confreres in Great Britain as  they see the poison working, and ihe  nations being inflamed with patriotic  madness. And they see to it that  money is not lacking to press-a^eul  the thing and keep it red-hot.  A general European war would    be  a disaster too horrible to contemplate  and to discuss lightly the possibility  of such a thing is adding fuel to a  fire which every effort should be bent  upon extinguishing.  t is a happy circumstance that ihe  guidance of the foreign affairs of the  British empire should at the momout  be in thoJianoU of so sane and ,ap-  nble a man as Sir. Kdward Grey, who  will lend his influence to steering clear  of violence and bloodshed, and if anyone can, will see that the quarrel is  kopt amongst those who are most  concerned.  Rutland News  (From our own Correapondent.)  Miss Annie Gay and Mr. Wm. Cajfc  entertained the members of their Sunday school classes on Tuesday evening.  e e ���  Dallas, the son of Bev. G. Tanner,  had a narrow escape from drowning  last Saturday. Ue was paddling in a  small home-made canvas eanoe on tin.-  lake close to Mr. John Mack, whin it  capsized and the boy was struggling  in over 10 feet of water. Mr. Mack's  attention was drawn to the boy, by  tho actions of a dog, which was ax-  uitedly running along the edge of the  lake. Mr. Elder, who was fortunV.u-  ly close at hand heard Mr. Mack's  mil and swam to the boy's assistance,  thus preventing what would otherwhu  havo proved a fatal accident.  * e   ��  The Kelowna Growers' packing house  has been opened for business with Mr.  Loveday in charge.  e   e   e  The Rev. Westman who has been in  Kelowna in connection with the Summer School preached at the Methodist  church on Sunday evening.  e   e   ���  The school trustees at a recent mooting re-elected Mr. Elder chairman for  tho# coming year and Mr. T. Berbtff  secretary-treasurer,  ��� e   e  During tho recent election for school  trustees at Rutland thore waB considerable discussion as to whether the  wives of ratepayers were entitled *o  vote or not, The act, not perhaps ')0-  ing perfectly clear upon tho point. At  any rate there were many support ��rs  for both a negative and affirmative  interpretation. To settle the matter  Mr. H. A. Elder wrote to the superintendent of education as follows:  duly Ifi, 1914,  Alexander Uobinson, Esq.  Superintendent of I'M u oat'on,  Kind Sir.��� 1 am desirous of a o��r-  rect explanation of sections 8(1 and 87,  page 28 and 29 in the Manual of  school  iaw.  Are women entitled to a vote at  school elections only in the absence of  their husbands, or when a land owner  and ratepayer in her own rights? Or  is she entitled to a vote simply us  tho Manual reads���"as tho wife of   a  Enderby Indian Chnach^}  Burned  Id an appeal for' funds tor the rebuilding of the Indian ohuroh j��l Enderby the Bev. J. H, .JeJeune, of  Kamloops, gives the following account of its destruction:  The church wo .truck by lightning  on Sunday, July i2th laat,.and was  burned to the ground together with  thc priest's quarters olose by.  The Indians, men and women, worked hard, at saving what they- oould out  of the burning building, walking in  under tho burning steeplo with wet  -ag�� on their heads; they managed to  got out tho nltnr and church furniture  mostly through tho baok window.  A young man emaciated and spitting blood, took in his arms the ��tu-  tuo of tho' Virgin, 5 feet high, and carried it out, when he was deemed  not strong enough to lift it from tho  ground.  Thc boll was entirely melted, tnd  what is loft of it was found among  the oindors in thc shape of drops of  motal from the size of small shot to  that of peanuts. |  It will tako about 12000 to rebuild  tho building.  Your subscription will be thankfully  received. Yours truly,  ���I.M. Le.louno, O.T.. i.  Kamloops, fi. C.  ratepayer of the district?"  This district overruled the feminine  vote at the annual school meeting,  saying a woman waB only qualified to  vote either in her husband's absence,  or when holding land and paying taxes of her own.  Will you kindly forward mo a correct explanation of the foregoing questions. Thanking you in advance, I  am, Respectfully,  Harry'A. Elder.  Kutlnnd, B. C.  Th? following was the reply forwarded by the superintendent:  Harry A. Elder, Esq.      ���  Rutland, B. C, July 22, 1914    .  Sir.���In reply to your letter of too  16th inst., 1 bog to inform you, that  in any ease, whore (he husband Is a  qualified voter in the Public Schools  Actx the wife is also ^entitled tb vote.  Doth husband and wife may vote at  the same election.  I have tho honor to be.   Sir  Your obedient servant,  ALEXANDER RQBINSON  Supt. of  Education.  **Tkj. m *m, iw, mu%  SSftiY, JULY 90, 1��U  ^MlHli>M"��< I        I  itlaai   i ���-���       i ii     shim  ���  In the best: society, thfe  luncheon goodies used  are the kindsivwe sell;  That means that when you wish'  to give your family pr friends a  treat you show wisdom in choosing irom our extensive stock.   Our luncheon  goodies add to your reputation as a hostess and ',  give increased delight to your family.   A selec-..  of all the best and most delicious is carried. You ��  can pick delicacies here to please all tastes.  Big Cash Special for Saturday t  Pickles, sweet, sour, &c, &c, Reg. 40c and 45c  Saturday, 30c bottle  THE STORtOFi  Starting on Saturday, August list  ���u-  we will offer tp the people of Kelowna and surrounding districts a Grand Array of Alive  Bargains. This is Your Opportunity to secure High-Grade Footwear at greatly reduced prices  SHOP EARLY WHILE WE HAVE YOUR SIZE  JUST A FEW OF THE M.4NY GOOD THINGS  Men's  Oxfords in Patent,  Tan and Gunmetal  Reg. $4.50 and $5 Special $2.95  Reg. $5.50 and $6 Special $3.95  Men's Canvas Shoes  Reg. $1.75  Special $1,35  Reg. $2 Special $1.45  Reg. $2.25 , Special $1.65  Boys' Canvas Shoes  Reg. $1.25 Special 95c  Reg. $1.50 Special $1.10  Reg. $1,75 Special $1.25  Extra Special Prices on Children's  Shoes"  25 p.c. off all ^Women's Tan Shoes  '     25 p.c. off all White Shoes  Women's Pumps & Oxfords ?'  in Patent, Suede &Gunmetal >  Reg. $3.50 Special $2.45  Reg. $4..*,     $2.95  RX.-H50...I     $3.15  Broken Lines of Women a Shoes  at        - - r -      COST  Broken Lines of Men Shoes at COST  Saturday Extra Special:  Women's Tan Button Boots for $1.60  OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN  Phone  256  ���Ixl  pram  233 WwM  ���mmmmmm*mmi^mmt  ���uC|!w,w.  <m VALET"  efi  <j; Suits made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  JaEaTHRUSSELL  P.O. Box2*1  Opposite Board of Trade Office  mfmmm  ,.j:'.n;i(ji;ii!)i|j-.!in  ���  MY SHOEMAKER  v   EXRfcRT SHOE REPAIRING AND GENTS' SHOES  Specials far FrHay aad Satwda/  Men'* Strong. _       Men's Tan    ' Men'* Fine   '   _  Work Shoe 3;2g   Work Shoe  J./fl      Shoe.      4;75  Rag. |i C-Rai.HM Rag.fi.50  .   WATCH OUR WINfX)WS FOR SPECIAU  For Repairing Shoes as New ��� Try Us  C. DARK  BERNARD AVENUE SHOEMAN Oppoait. Board ol Trade  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  C R. GOSS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELLIS STREET, NORTH  Mr. Goss begs to announce he is now opening a  Fmit and Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  Delivery to all parts of City  mmmm  Local lacrweClab  riewini  At the. end. of one hour's strenuous  play in whioh some Tirillianl lacrosse  wan wHi^a��drTr/./^v:t*(W<| j'  the looal club hsW Armstrong to "a"  tie in the* contest hen laat Thursday  afternoon, the acore being 6 all.  During . the oonteat the play waa  comparatively even and the pasting  and combination play waa better than  on previous occasions. Both ieaaia  played very carefully as neither appeared willing to take chances. The  local olub were (lightly handicapped  through the abaenoe oi Hoy and Kennedy who were unable to play, owing  to the fact that Kennedy sprained an  ankle in praotioe while Hoy mistook  himself for an automobile and tried  io fill up on gasoline instead of water, with the result that his engines  (running without water) heated up too  readily and soon refused to work,  Their placed were filled, creditably  by Percy Bird and Wm. Fuller.  Fred Day was also missing from tke  lino up, owing to being too busy on  the ranoh haying. His place was taken by Barton.  The game .was fast throughout aud  the first half being exceptionally ao.  After this the boys showed bursts of  speed at times, but were unable to  keep going at top speed all the time.  Better lacrosse has never been scan  in the interior than has been witnessed here the.past few weeks and the  boys are playing hard and that their  efforts are meeting with a good measure of success will be evident from  the scores of the past few gam?e.  Thc return match waa played at  Armstrong yesterday, the report of  which will be found in another column  ol this issue.   THE   "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  . (Thaw doors north oi Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking. Tatty, daintily-served meals at moderate rates  mm.mm~^r*  AFTERNOON TEA  IS cents  Orders taken (or Crumpet*, Home-made Cakes, &c.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  B.C.I. League Clubs  wIM'.StNib  Alter the   looal baseball olub'   i':e  handed,   the   schedule in the. B. C.I.  was revised in order that   ��li.  scheduled games might ba played    off ���  aa soon as possible.  The arrangement apparently did not  meet with favor front the Kamloops  olub,-who held that the fixtures be '  played according to schedule Thia  -would cause many weeks to be passed  up by the clubs without a game and  owing to the heavy expense (he "labs  were at, the Vernon and Revelstoke  clubs desired the re-arranged schedule,  No definite decision was reached and  last week the Vernon olub disbanded,  leaving only Revelstoke and Kamloops  in the league. What these clubs will  'do remains to be seen, but it is very  doubtful if they will complete the  schedule.  C'OWLEK BEATS MCDJTYRE IN  TENTH ROUND  C'het Mclntyre, the Vanoouver boxer  met defeat at the hands ot Tom Cow  ler, the Nanaimo miner at the Bright-  house anna on Friday night, whon  he stepped into a short right uppercut  that travelled barely six inohes ond  landed squarely on the point of the  jaw in the early part of the tenth  round.  During the early rounds Mclntyre  put up a game fight, although pitted  against an opponent, who had an  enormous advantage with fully sii  inohes the better of height and reach  and thirty pounds in weight. Hclntyre  landed frequently on the big fei'.,.v  but beyond slightly bruising hia lip  Cowler appeared little the worse for  his encounter.  In the fifth round Cowler closed Mo  Intyre's eye with a terriffio swing and  from that time an t'het had difficu'.'y  in locating the miner, tbe optic closing entirely before the finish.  Hclntyre made. Cowler look foolish  at timea with his cleverness in sidestepping and backing away. He also  landed many blows, but they lacked  ���team and caused Cowler no ;nooi  venienoe.  SPORT NOTES  Clarence Eklund, the well-known local wrestler, who has been touring the  oountry ban now settled in Moose  Jaw, Sask.  George Dale, the big catcher of  the Vernon olub is negotiating with  tbe Calgary club and may be found  in the Calgary line up in the near  future.  Mclvor, who opened the season wii.h  Kelowna, and later went to Vernon  has returned to his home in Seattle.  Mac was offered a good figure by I be  Calgary club but wanted more than  the Calgary manager thought he waa  worth.  . .��  Hewitt, the left-hand pitcher, who  was with Kamloops this season ami is  now pitching for Edmonton, in the  Western Canada League held Saskatoon, the league leaders to one. hit on  Friday and blanked them. Chief Ca-.l-  reau opposed him.  When MoCalium's and De Bombasil's  horses collided in a fast polo gamo  being played at Regina last Friday  ran together, throwing both riders,  De Bombasil was thrown under bis  horse and. trampled. He sustained a  broken shoulder. ,  . ...  Caaad, the looal infielder, who went  to Calgary when the Kelowna olub  withdrew from the B. C. I. League,  is playing fins ball for the Bronchos.  In a letter received bare from S. S.  Savage, president of the Calgary Club  Monday he says: "I have not seen  Casad. in action yet, having been at  Banff holidaying, but I am informed  by the secretary .that ha is gong good.  He is playing first bate, filling the  plaoe of J. Jt. Strleb, who was Injured reoently." .  CONNOLLY DEFEATS HOLLER   IN  UNSATISFACTORY HATCH  Tho wrestling match between Connolly and Dr. Roller at Vanoouver  last week ended rather unsatisfactory.  Roller, who it appears never weal's  anything on his feet when wrestling  was forced into wearing shoes In thii  match. The shoes persisted in coming  off and eaoh time the match was atop  pad until it waa replaced. After euch  wrestler hnd gained one fall and hml  been wrostling for some minutes tbo  shoe again slipped off. Roller, as usual  relaxed his hold and proceeded to put  on the shoe when Connolly suddenly  grabbed him and pinned hit shoulders  to the mat before he oould release  himself. Bob Sutherland, who actoti  aa referee awarded the match to Connolly.  Roller acknowledged his defeat, nut  protested that the fall wat unfair as  in former occasions when hit shoes  slipped from hit feet the tete.ee h��l  protected him while they were raphe-  ed, but he did not do ao at the time  when Connolly gained tha last fall.  .Owing to tht unsatisfactory cu'linn.  another matoh hat bttn arranged in  take plaee on Monday night, when tho  rulet governing tht matoh will be  dictated by Boiler. The last match  wm under Polios Qaratte rulet, whieh  oallt for contestanti to wear shoes.  Roher objected strenuously to this  ae ht had never wrettled under those  rulet and had never worn shoes. However ht oontented to wear then for  the matoh and now that the shoes are  BOWLING  An interesting bowling contest >v.is  pulled off at the Dreamland Alleys on  Tuesday night whon B team composed  of members of the Max Jenkins Co.,  and Thos. Lawton't Ltd. rolled against  each other, the latter bring defeated  by 27 pins.  The lead-off man of the Lawson team  did not prove a very strong peoe-mak-  m ami undoubtedly this wat thc saute  of their downfall, -although George  made a better showing, (on the score  board) than the anchor man of lira  opposition. The scores were as follows:  *" LAWSON S  Geo Meikle   to  F. Henning   life)  E. Hoy   m  H. Willits   IU  Total ,    159  JENKINS  M. Jenkins  '.  118  A. Johnson   103  Geo. Ritchie   127  S. Wade  ftf  Total    486  a   a  On Friday night two teams picked  from tht members of the fire brigade  will compete against eaoh other for  the championship of the brigade.  -blamed for hia defeat the rules governing the next match will not call for  the wearing of shoes.  While fans arc looking for a hard  matoh and hold Connolly slightly the  favorite it will come ta no aurprltt if  the doctor turns ihe trick on Pat.  Delidons!��� Cooked by Electricity  "This is the finest steak I ever tasted."  "Why. Harry, ifs my 'Hughe*33.' I find new  things about it every day. Now this steak is broiled  on top with live, radiant heat. The Juices can't run  off before the surface is seared. The broiler slips  right out and I turn it over. Then when it is done,  I turn off the current and it keeps nice and hot in  the oven till you get home."  Hughes Electric Ranges  Tne Hughes Electric Range, Mr. Master-of-the-Houae, not only  eavea houn of work each day���not only brings a cool, clean, sanitary kitchen, but addt the perfecting touch to cooking.  The heat it uniform���always the same so it cooks evenly and  thoroughly, It really roasts and brollt meats where other ovens  bake. The live, red heat by dn-ec* contact sears the surface and  retains the flavor.  Remember that ��� Hughes Range preserves health and beauty.  The feoda are heated-no* the kitchen and the cook. Tbe fire It  absolutely soil-less. And the kitchen is as cool and pleasant at  the parlor.  Come into our office and see thia range. We will give yon  Asset that will astound you.  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE KELOWNA, B.C.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA, B.C.  Phone 135  The Fragrant Orchid  ���breathes again in this delightful Orchid line  of Perfume, Toilet Water, Talcum and Cream.  Think of itt The redolence of this daintiest and  rarest of flowers, skillfully extracted and retained  for you in the purest of all Toilet Accessories.  Bar. Is I tided a mast  chsrmlaf odor.  Corson's  <petfiimes GJoiletRequisites  Atk /our dnifilit for a  dainty 10c. isasplo  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDtt) STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  |     SAND FOR SALE     |  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, limited  PHONE   .   104  vym  jdmmim  itiM PAGE FOCH  KELOWNA  RECORD  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (lncorpor.ttd 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acrea  or more. Planted or unplanted. Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  Suitable (or dairy and general (arming*  City Property  Lots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulars apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at the Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  Blacksmith ing done.     Weighbridge,     Oats crushed.     Fence potts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, Ace, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5;  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS.  Head Office:  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 ;  1 to 5.30, excepting Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  phone 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famoui Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Art now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in   ilendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  , '��� ��� ?'  The usual band concert will be held  in the park tomorrow night.  a   a   a.  The Rev. J. C. Switaer.left yestor-  day Ior Peachland.  ...  Mr. Miaude-Roxby left thia mom'hi;  for a visit to the old oountry.  ���" ���   ���        *  Mrs. Roid, formerly of Glenn avenue  left this morning for the coast.  ...  Miss Uewetson left by thia morning's  boat for a visit to Vanoouver,  ...  Mrs. .1. Mills of Winnipeg, who is ' n  her way to the coast is paying a visit  to her sister, Mrs. J. B. Fisher.  ...  Mr. J. Hull returned Saturday i3t  from n visit of several weeks to Saskatoon.  ...  Mr. J.J. Shotton, inspector of fisheries, from Kamloops paid a visit to  Kelowna this week.  ...  Mr. W. H. Stevens, government ti le-  graph superintendent, is in town this  week in connection with tho extension  in progress in the district.  ...  Mr. Angus McLean, who is a (I'll, conductor on the Revclstoko blanch  was in town this week spending a  short holiday.  ...  Mr. L. Richmond left lor the coast  Wednesday morning on receipt nf n  urgont telegram conveying the sad  news of his mother's serious i.ln to.  Later in thc day a message was received that she had passed away.  ...  Air. W. L. Chapman of the East Kclowna store ia making preparations to  erect a new building at the corner >ie\t  the school house.  ...  Messrs. Lawson Ltd. recoives a rather pleasing and practical testimonial  this week in u nice big order *rom a  lady in Jamaica, who remembering  her previous satisfactory dealings lent  all this way for some more.  ...  An interesting wedding is to take  place at the coast next Tuesday, we  understand in whieh our lute school-  muster, Mr. A. R. Lord and Miss He-  N'air, a former member of the teaching  staff arc vitally concerned.  ...  The Kelowna polioe have been asked  to make enquiries as to the vhare-  abouts of Frank Johnstone, formerly,  residing in Kelowna and supposed To  have gone out on a survey oamp. His  mother, writing from 26 Frankish avenue, Toronto is anxious to hear (rom  him.  ...  Things certainly do grow in the ive-  lowna district! Mr. Reuben Archibald  came in from the hills the other diy  bearing a remarkable specimen of a  thistle which measured' eleven feet, two  inches in height. Considering the  number of these botanical specimens,  which are allowed to flourish undisturbed around here it is perhaps 'is  well they do not all attain these dimension!.  ...  Mr. J. E. Thruatcl, who recently arrived in Kelowna from the old country, has taken over the tailoring business in the old Bank o! Commerce  building opposite C.P.R. wharf. Tit.  Thrnssell is a practical tailor, with  many years experience with some of  the beat firms in tho weat end of |.on-  ilon.  a   ���   .  In tho same building also a new  shoo store is being started by Mr. Cf  Dark, formorly of Lothbridge. Mr.  Dark, though originally from London,  England, has boen many years in h'i"i-  nnaa at Lethbridge. He oame to Kelowna, with hit family in search of a  more favorable climate and hot lieohlod  to locate here. He Is putting in a  trood stock of reliable boots and shoes  and will alao undertake repairs in  whioh he can guarantee the highest  rlaes of work.  The pastor of the Methodist ohuroh  will conduct both services on Sabbath  taking as his morning theme, 'A  Beautiful Memorial," and in the evening the topio "The Significance of the  CroBS." Tlio sacrament will be administered at the close of the    morning  Bervieo. .. j  ...  A. Government gang is at present  engaged in treating the new atijteli  of macadamized road from the city  linvts to Five Bridget with oil. A  special sprayer has,been brought in  nnd the crude oil is first heated and  afterward pumped through tne sprayer, tho powor for this being supplied  by n gasoline engine.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  Thc secretary of tho Kelowna Hospi-  tak aoknowlodgea the following donations for tho month of June:  Let I nee and cream, Mrt. Willits;  bread, Mrs. Kincaid; asparagus, Mr.  Stepheos; two sucks rhubarb, IVit.E  DoHart; two quarts maple syrup, G30.  IlitohW: two quarts cream, J. B. Fisher; box cherries, J. E. Reekie; two  pounds butter, Mrs. Thomson; (lute  strawberries, Mrs. Peabody; tw0 duoka  Watson Bros.; threo boxes cherries,  friend.; strawberries, Mr. C. C. Prowsa  red currants, Mrs. Forrest.  Cash donations: Kelowna Steam  Laundry (proceeds of ladies visiting  day) *2.20.  Thc annual statistics on the pulp  Industry in Canada aro given in a bulletin to be issued shortly by the Forestry Branch of tho Interior Department. A total of 48 firms operating  6T> pulp-mills in Canada in 1913 reported the consumption of over a million cords of pulpwood. This ia in increase of 28.1 per cent, over the lig-  urcs for 11)12 and shows clearly the  rapidly increasing importance of the  pulp and paper industry in Canada  Meeting to Discuss  Creamery Project  Friday, August the 14th is the date  fised for tho public meeting which will  be held in Raymer's Hall at 2.30 p.m.,  in connection with the proposed creamery. Arrangements havo been male  for an address by Mr. H. Rive, who  represents the department of agriculture in his capacity as Dairy Instructor. It Ib hoped that Mr. Heywa.'d,  whoso name ia familiar in connection  with the Cowichan creamery will also  address the meeting, and efforts are  being made to secure tho services of  Mr. J. R. Terry, chief poultry instructor for the same occasion. There ia  a gr?at amount of enthusiasm in the  district ovor the scheme to establish  a creamery which undoubtedly promises to Ik of great help and benefit to  thc farmer. On this account it ia expected that thoro will be a good '>t-  tendanco.  False Economy ot  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight Is too precious to trifle with.  When buying spectacles buy a food  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more than the  commoner kinds, but the difference  in comfort is worth many times thi  difference in .price.  J. Ba Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  To our Local Business and Tradetmen  ^^   Send rou,     Af^k tons RailroU *^T h.v. so id. **W^  ���   ��� PRINTING  ���    ���  Jaw out   Iml     that suck        I  1    ���   ORDERS    ���    ���   oftownb.-   1 W| wotk is don.     1  J^^   awaroaa    J^J    aauaarou   J^ ^    ChaashM       M^  HOW  cu y�� ��pect Your town to prosper if yoi do that ?  CALL AND SEE US ABOUT IT  Pho.. ��4   THE KELOWNA RECORD   Phen.94  'mix, juty 30, -i��u  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C.  We Want Your Order for  Preserving Fruits  APRICOTS led, ,s Jo  The beat preserving variety are     Gr)t}6Tir)  in now.   Call up THREE OH I for '  prices.   It will Pay you.  4c to 10c Ib.  PEACHES  Choice Clingstone. Sweet end  Juicy'. To teste them ia to buy  them.   They ere cheep-  3c to 6c lb.  PEACH PLUMS  will soon ba orer. A (aw crates  left if you tend in your order  early.  CRAB APPLES  (or Jelly. Who doesn't like  crab apple jelly ? Buy them while  they are good. Phone ua. your  wants and we will deliver them  any day you say. It doisi not pay  to delay in getting your Preserving  Fruit    Don't take any chances. .    '  Let ut hare your ordert early aad Jk   CllD OT   1 C&  we will tee that you will get tha *  Beat Fruit at the Lowest price. j, on|y M g00J M ,he tea it.   If  you want to ba absolutely ture  ���     of getting a good tea Try Sunbeam Tea���It wins itt favor by  ita flavor 50c per lb,  Saturday  Special  Fresh bulk  Soda Biscuits  3 lbs.   -25c  BRAID'S COFFEE  has stood the acid test o{ time and  still holds food. Alwaya uniform; always rafrathini; aad ttatet good Ie  the last die*. Whole roast of Irathly  treund........ 50c per lb.  D. D. Campbell  Phono Throe Oh 1  Phono ThrooOhl  Wilson Avenue  Dairy-D!?rSON  ���J AU our cows havo been  tooted by Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and certified free from  bovine tuberculosis.  ���VN*VN.?\.������aa��^^^^��^-��Va��^^Nl^a^VN^,��i^,^a^^^  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per tick  delivered in five rick lots  Orders may be left at the  Record Office. THTi��SP*Y, JULY 30, 1��14  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED  Next door to Tail's  Shoe  Store   -    Bernard Avenue  Gold Ship Hut  Carried Millions  Wood!  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-in.  Guaranteed dry wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks.. .$2.75 rick    Five or over....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan St Investment Co.  (Phone 98)  Milk From Healthy Cows  Our cowt have all been letted during the patt week by  Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and have  been certified FREE FROM BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  THE A. L L DAIRY - A. Lance   -   Prop.  Our Dairy and Afternoon Tea Room ia now open  on Pendozi Street, (or aale of Teas, small f ruita aad  Two Daliveriea Daily  TERMS CASH  cream  Retail Dairy, Pendoii Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  Phone 237  P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  PLUMBERS  . REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES  at the rear of Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  (Entrance through the atore)  If Its Made of Leather  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See oar stock o( New and Second.Hand Harneaa.   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pada and Back Peak       They caa be waahed.  THOMLINSON  WAMa*T       Telephone - 347  Store adjoining  tht 25c atore  ASK FOR  FIVE ROSES/LOUR  The World's Best  Send jar Five Roses  Cook Book-  COUPON  ^.���itifefta.  <">* m >ss hi m    hi i  mmm trntm ��iw*lli  KING A MANUAL Of COOO RECIPES amtJ)  Ommm W0U mm MtfnMMOM   Or  IVef Mv mOmmmm  saecatM sin of fa. Rtass FW mimmma Cm*.  AlsaUsM rlmam ike vu��=weksaasitsWsWajs  to MCsl al "Wh lass mm uaMjl cascUst sas)  WS.MS l�� cmssasiiil authority.  W.RGLENN4S0M,Aients   .   KeWna,B.C.  The departure from New Zealand of  a   fourth   expedition of   adventurous,  whose   objective ia the saving of   the  bullion that went down in the wreck  of the gold    ship Gen. Grant, brings  vividly to the memory of some of   as  the    chief features of    that disaster.  Thsy form a tale Well worth telling.  .   In all the long roll of maritime disaster   the   loss of the Gen. Grant   is  probably unique.     The   vessel   drove  right into a huge sea cave and foundered within it in the thick darkness,  shut in by walls of rock.    Over ��600,-  000 in gold and 100 human lives     is  the tale of loss in the disaster.    BB1-  Inrat, Bendigo and other gold fields of  the Southern Eldorado had each   contributed their quota to swell the passenger list.    I.uckv dbirnlrt Iheae,    returning to the land they loved   vith  the wealth their   toil had won them.  The private wealth carried on the vessel is    variously   estimated at    from,  ��100,800 to ��160,000, and it is probable that the latter sum is the   more  nearly correct.  Many of the diggers were accompanied by their wives and children.  The women and children aboard numbered 40, and the total of the ship's  company, inclusive of the crew, was  numbered at 111.  In   addition to    the private wealth  aboard there was in the vessel's strong  room government    gold consigned to  Ihe Royal Mint to tho value of ��100,-  000. Packed in iron-bound,   hardwood  boxes, the contents of each box    approximated in value ��5,000 in twenty-  pound bullion ingots.   The ship's manifest also shows   the shipment of   15  large cases'of smelter ore. No zinc was  was mined in Australia in those early  days, and it has been stated that these  ���purposely eased and marked as    inferior metal as a precautionary measure��� wero actually filled with gold ingots.    Of course, this is a secret that  the seas hold close, one must wait for  elucidation until such time as the weed  grown wreck shall have been explored.  Ihe Gen. Grant sailed    from     Melbourne on May 7, 1866, and on     the  night of May  14,  went  to her     fate  within the cavern    known to mariners  as Sarah's llogom, in the savage cliffs  of tho Auckland Islands. The cave is  400 feet high at the entrance with     a  width of 300 feet.  Those wero the days-before the advent of tho swift ocean liner, direct  cables and wireless telegraphy. A vessel putting out for distant ports, but  for the fortuitous chance of speaking  to passing ships, went practically out  of human ken often for a period of  several months. But it was known or  conjectured within six mouths that the  Gen. Grant had vanished, leaving no  sign. She had failed to reach London, her port of destination, but of  her ultimate fate and of those aboard  her nothing was known for eighteen  weary months. The sudden horror of  the actual disaster is perhaps, best  pictured in the narrative of Quartermaster James Tcer, one of the nine  survivors:���  "For. twelve hours the fog had held.  The wind had fallen an' we lost ateer-  ageway.   There was a big sea running  and wo wallowed through it like    a  hay barge in a tide race.   Tho strain  the wot canvnsi drugging on     the  yards at each wide roll, was like    to  take the slicks out o' her, an'     the  skipper stripped her down to courses  an' main topsail.   Thick?   Why,   you  couldn't see your   own hand for fog.  The night was only a bit darker than  the day. Tho binaole lamp might    aa  well ha1 bin n farthing dip for all the  good it was.    Ted Cotlrn rh' me waa  at the wheel Irving; in keep her rnd on  to the sens thut boosted under     her  aternpost.   There was a distant growl  of surf in the air.     Tho fog was lull  n'    it, on' it    seemed getting louder.  The old man hadn't seen the sun   for  three   days,    nor a star an' couldn't  rightly get his benringa.   Not that   It  would ha' mndo a hn'|K>rth one    way  or tother if wo had.   Thero wns    no  wind, no ���toerage, an' wo waa in aomo  sort o' current.   Thoro    waa nothing  for it but to truat lo luck an' let hor  r>P-  "Jim Bissau nn' tho firat male was  on the lookout.  'Twas two bella in the  midnight   watch.     'Breakers     nhoidl'  oame    in a   scream   from Ihe fo'c'ale  head.    'Breakers    on tho port bowl'  Thero waa a blnckor loom through the  hate, whieh I   know waa rock. I lammed the holm hard ovor.   It waa   no  good. O'eourse    ahe wouldn't answer.  A big sen lifted under our stern,   and  caught us up like a chip an' chucked  the   old barkey,    bow on, right    up  against the cave.   I looked around for  a bit o' apar to grab hold of when tho  crash oame.    There wasn't any crush!  The wave awopt us clean through that  oliff    Into ���   pit o' darkness beyond.  Breakers thundered lo port an'    slur  board, but under our keel waa the high  roll o' the heavy   tea.   Dark?    Deek  lanterns thowed up no bigger     than  pin polntt.  'We're In a eave,'     singe  out   tome    one���the second mate,    I  think, from the voice.  "Up to that  Ihe pns   n  :rn     were |  PAGE FIVE  'meetly below   decks,   snug   in' tt  berths, out o" the wet.   But at  ' I���.  the old man gives his word. 'AU hands  on deok.    Lower away the boats. W$-  men and children first.   Women to tie  starboard quarter boat'.    Above    tbe  din o' breaking spars an' falling pieties o' rock knocked' off by our masts  'an' yards tho Captain's voice,sounded  from the waist o' the ship. The   roof  o' the cave lowered   as we drove it.  Royal masts an' to' gallants jammed  against the roof, snapped off short   at  the fids, carried away and foil in    i\  tangle o' hamper.    'Twas ail over before you could wink.   Some one    had  struck a blue light.   From the -.heel  we could see the crowd about the   life  boats, their faces al, ghastly in   the  blue flare. 'Twas just the picture o'   a  moment. Then the muck o' masts an'  gear fell on them in a heap an' shut  it again into the dark.     Out o'    the  dark came    Boreama and    curses,  an'  that was all. Ted Coglan was hanging  on beside me.    'Help' he aaid,     'the  women    an'    Ihe little children!   The  women an' tho little ohildren.'     Over  an' over he kept sobbing il,     like    a  prayer.   I had my ordera an' hung to  the wheel.    My fiats was cramped   to  the spokes with sheer horror.     Dated  I was, an' daft.  The topmast heads beat against the'  roof as we lifted an' dropped on ths  awcll, nn' I knew 'twaa the end. There  was one or two heavy last) a crashing  o' stout timbers an' the masts drove  clean through her bottom. The fore  part fi' the ship went under with a  surge. Tho stern lifted, an' as she  steadied to the plunge she canted to  port till her taff rail stood no more  than a foot above the water.  'Into the dim' eirole of the binnacle  light Ihe captain struggled up the sloping deck, a woman in his arms. The j  dark loom o' spar flashed by on a  backwash an' they wore gone. I saw  the mate fighting his way aft, .thest  deep in water nnd his head streaming  blood, but he never reached us.  "Then I seemed to wake up liko. Tho  captain's gig still  hung to the fails.  Collaring C'oglun    1 pitched him   into  it, fell in myself an' began to cut her  loose.    Out o' the dark came i-. plnnt/  other figures that loaned in beside us.  The binnacle lamp waa still  burning.  1 caught a glimpse of a white bumdle  clinging to the wheel grating.   Shovo  off!  Shove off!  yelled the men in the  boat, an' fought to get clear o'    the  sinking ship.    Into the dim light two  shadows struggled, grappling. By heaven;    '[ heard    one    si. ���.'.    my wile  goes lirst!    I stew the flash o' a knife,  hoard a scream, an' a man leaped toward us, a woman in his arms.   N'ext  moment we were away almost as   thu  ship swirled under.   It waB Jewell fit,  killed tho other man to save his wife  ���acting^ stewardess    sho was.      ��'oor  'girl!  Sho was in her niuhl gear     an1  sobbing wilh cold and bitter fear. But  her man wrapped his pilot coal round  her and she won through.  "flow did wc. get out o' ;that cave?  Alt, there providence took a hand! I  don't know. Next thing I remember  is waking up along o' ten others on n  bank ,o' shingle at the cliff foot.  "Gold?" Ob yet, I saw tho escort  bring in alongside at Port Phillip an'  helped to alow the boxes in the atrong  room. Bui, mind.ye, sonny, there's  limes when a man 'u'd give all thc  gold in tho world for n stanch dock to  his foot, a (air breeze nn' good sea  room. Thc stuff's there yet, under six  fathoma o' water,' an' thoro it can  stick for nil I care."  This is Teer's    story of lho wreck.  Afterwards, until hia death in 1873,  Teer waa employed - at the pilot eta-  tion, Wellington, New Zealand. It was  hero the writer knew him and made  notes of the i tale as he told it.  How the survivors scaled the    oliff  and endured all tho hardships of   an  eighteom months' sojourn on the barren island' it told   in the newspapers  of that period.     Those were the days  before the aatafeliahment, of depots for  shipwrecked mariners���of warm    huta,  means    of    (ire and    stores of moats  and biteutl.   It was aot till 1887 that  these things were   provided.    The   islands have ever borne an evil reputation.    Even now they are seldom visited by paasing ships.    At present the  government of New Zealand dispatches  steamer     on half-yearly visits     in  search of castaways, but at the time  of which I write the chances of rescue  were infinitely remote.     For food the  castaways lived on sea birds' d   '   nnd  the flesh of sea lions killed with clubs  of driftwood���uncooked meat for    the  most part.    It was winter when    thoy  were cast away.    Everything was sodden with damp and frost, and it was  not till the return of the brief summer  that they succeeded in striking fire to  some dried herbaf-e wi*1   f iut and     a  knife   blade.    They   mode   themselves  clothes from sea  lions' skjn us    some  shelter from the freezing gales      -.hat  thundered continuously from the south  Exposed, aa they were, to the 1 fierce  rigors of Antarctic winter, the    wonder is that any survived to lie rescued.  Two succumbed to hardships endured,  nnd it was not till November,     1S67,  that the nine who remained were    rescued by the brig Amherst and carried  to Invercargill, New Zealand.  Three expeditions hove sailed at various times   to attempt the recovery   of  the treasure.   On eaoh occasion the adventurers were foiled by death and disaster. The divers were   drowned,    the  boats smashed to matchwood and their  crows lost. The last expedition put out  from l.yttleton in October, 1876,   and.  though the weed-grown timbers of tho  wreck were clearly seen 200 yards within tho cave beneath tho water, and tho  position   of the   strong room located,  the roll of death wns tho greatest. Ere  divine operations could be commenced  one of the boats, with its crew of     11  men, wns dashed tn pieces against the  wall  of the cave. The crew of the  second boat Baw their comrades drown in  spite of al] efforts at rescue, and they  themselves only escaped by the skin of  their teeth. So sudden and furious ure  thc storms     in that latitude, so bitter  the weather and sa heavily the wester-  ly swell rolling into the cave that approach by boat in hazardous in     the  extreme, and since thc expedition     ol  1876 until tho present div all attempts  at     recovery    of the gold have been  abandoned.  Thc Icsboii of former failures haa been  well learned, and the present adventurers, it is said,;intend to proceed on entirely new    lines.  All seawnrd operations arc tu be abandoned. The   headquarters of the expedition will be    on  the island itself.   Thc roof of the cava  at a s-ot    immediately    above     thnt  where the wreck lies on the floor   ho*  low, Is to be pierced be a shaft from  the cliff top.   A  hiiL'c caisson of Iron  will then be lowered down tho    shaft  , to the wreck through the intervening  water, and thus it is hoped all danger  .from the swell will he nvoided.  As an alternative, should the first  plan fail, the overhanging cliff nt tha  cave's mouth will be blown outward on  ;to the sill. Superimposed above lho  cave's rool, it  is calculated, there are  Saturday  Anftutltt  Hick'a aalea are genuine  there's no doubt about  that���but ila something  more than a strictly aum-  mer sale, too. Although  the main object ia to clear  seasonable line., in order  to make tke tale a auc-  ceaa aome reduction ia  made on every article  poaaible   in   the   atore  Here are a few prices,  (or instance, on  Mon't Suitt  Reg. $12.50; Sale price $8.50  ��    1300         ,. 9.50  -    18.50         ��� 13.50  ��    20.00         ��� 14.50  ��   23.00         ��� 15.00  ������   25.00         ��� 20.00  ������    30.00         ��� 24.00  You can reduce  your  clothing  expenses   by  Luyhg NOW  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caah Clothing Store  WILLI rS' BLOCK      KELOWNA  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  i OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C.. hot water, tVc.  P.O. Box 165  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  ' I:  'more than 2,0)10,000 tons of rock.     It  j is claimed  thnt the fnl, of a moiety of  ! this mass at the mouth, by interposing a breakwater against the rush    of  the  heaviest   seas,  would  insure   calm  water in which divers* might work    in  safety within the cavern.  J    Ot fie fleet of gold ships that  before  the establishment   of the Sydney  mint  carried the wealth of Australia to tho  old country only two failed   to mnk.j  their ports in safety, the General Grant  nnd the Royal Charter. The latter ship  was wrecked on the const of Angles-*a,  with much loss of life and bullion   to  the value of  ��480,000.   This  treasure,  however,    was  recovered  a  few   years  Inter by salvage operntions conducted  from Liverpool.   Kquipped n�� they will  be, with all modern improvements   in  satvnge methods,     there s ems  no reason tor suppose that  lho present    bold  adventurers will    prove less successful  in    recovering    what still lies on the  floor of Sarah's Bosom.  Special Sale of  Baby Carriages & Go-Carts  PRICES RUN  $2.95, $3.60, $4.00, up to $25.00  f ' '  See Our Windows  Dalgleish & Harding  Hardware  Furniture 3=r  TM  I'AGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914  mtmmmmaw*  Seattle will be the scene of thi  North Pacific Lawn Tennis Tournament in 1915.  ���   ���   ���  Church union appears to no tongas  be a live issue A "no-surrenJor"  Imguc of the Presbyterians haB had  the effect of removing tho question  from practical politics.  ��� ���  ���  Acting on Instructions from the Do  minion department of fisheries, a police patrol has been established every  eight miles along the Fraser river, to  prevent interference with tbe    salmon  on their way to tho spawning grounds.  ��� ���   ���  After having tied with Pte. J, Cl  Fulton, Queen's Westminster Begt., foi"  the King's prize, Sorgt J. E. Day*  Koyal Scots, won tho covoted mbl'in  of supremacy in markmanship for th.  British Empire Saturday at Bisley.  ��� ���   a  As the Komagutu Maru. the Hindoo  ''trouble ship" wus departing from  Vancouver harbor last Thursday two  Japanese jumped overboard and on  dottvorcd to swim ashore. They wow  recovered by the men af H.M.S. Unin  bow almost exhausted,  ��� ���   ���  The Philadelphia inventor of a si'tv  power engine, which is V'orV.ing success  fully in Egypt, has figured that it  would be necessary to cover only -0,-  250 square miles of the Sahara Desert  with the engines to obtain as much  power ns the world's coal' supply in  1909.  ...  It wa! recently discovered thnt  there exists, in Bombay waters several species of fish which feed on  mosquito larvae, und Major Litton  director of the Bacteriological Lab-  oratory, is now conducting experiments designed    to show which     are  the most suitable fish to propagate.  a   a   i  The amalgamation of the Bank of  Nova Scotia nnd the Metropolian  Bank, two of the leading chartered  bunks ol Canada have been announced.  As a result ol tho merger, tho L'unk  ol Nova,Scotia will take its place as  tho fourth largest bank in Canada,  with a paid-up capital of ?6,500,l)0tl  nnd a rcservo of *11,750,000. The to  tal deposits will aggregate $137,043, US  and tho total assets 494,142,284.  ...  The experiment is now being tried  of huving a ship flash its name on  a big cleetric sign instead of hiding  it in little gilded letters on the bow  and stern. A liner running between  Holland and South America ���- the  Gelvin��� has its name in letters five  teet high on a sign twenty-two ftwt  long. carried between its smokestacks. By day tho name ihows  white, but at night it flashes iu red  lights on tho port side and in green  lights on the starboard side.  ...  Tho Manitoba government haa ic  copied the offer of tho Grain Growert'  Grain Company to renew thy louse ot  the government grain elevator system on practically the same terms at  before. No definite period for tho  renewal was specified. A number ol  offers were received from other inler-  ests to lease the system at even better  terms than those offered by the Grain  Growers, but in view of the fact that  thev aro u Manitoba organization and  more nearly represent tho producers oi  grain, the government coneluded (o  renew the lonso wilh them,  ...  Female "Bobbies" will bt a feature  of London life if Lord Bentlnok's  amendment to the " criminal justice  bill is created by parliament. He pro  poses that each metropolitan and  county borough should have at least  two women police constables. The  men will also gain by the new law.  Workers will be allowed seven clear  days within which to pay fines, in  order that a payday may be included  in the period. At pretent, n prisoner  unable to settle tho fine an sen true  has to take the alternative of jail.  ...  The cement factory which used to bt  the prido of Dittcngcn, in Switzerland,  because it represented the principal industry of the place, wat blown to  pieces by its owners, under the super.  vision of the local police. The great  mill had been bought by a syndicate  and closed as unnecessary to the ays-  tern. The syndicate had to continue to  pay taxes as heavy at though the  works were in operation, and it was  decided therefore to destroy them  Charges of dynamite were placed un-  der the tall chimneys and at various  places |n the valla throughout the  manufactory. The cartridges were exploded simultaneously by eleotrio con  neotiont, and tbe whole place became  a matt ol broken wailt and pilet   of  The post office department haa    arranged to send    week end cable mes  sages from Canada to Australia    and.  New Zealand lor 14 cents a Word.  ...  The annual value of Australian  production is now over $1,000,000,000  an increase oi over 4250,000,000 in  six years.  N    .    S  A widow ol seventy-two yenrt of age  worth 42,000,000 is being sued in th  United Stales Supreme Court hy i  woman oi sixty-five years of age Io*.  the alienation of the affections of her  husband, aged sixty years.  ...  Reginald McKee, a 16-yoar-old Armstrong boy was killed last week r  Penticton while riding on a hand cm  on tho railway tracks. The oar r  into a train approaching from th  opposite direction.  ...  A maintenance grant ol 41000 has  been made to the Vernon Jubilee has-  pitnl by the oity council. This gr��nt  is in lieu ol any claims the Hospital  may have this year for the care of  indigent persons.  The body oi a woman who committed suicide a couple of weeks ago by  drowning in the Thompson river aev  Ashcroft was found at Ruby Creek in  tho Fraser. The remains wero shipped to Seattle.  ...  Ships arc on their way lo rescuii  tho population of Aoba Island, in the  Now Hebrides, reported in danger o"  being swallowed up by tho ocean in a  series of violent earthquakes. The ii.  habitants number ubout 5000.  ...  I.uke Dillon, ono ol the three dynamiters sentenced fourteen years ago  to life imprisonment for attempting  to blow up thc Welland canal, was recently liberated on parole from ihe  penitentiary ut Kingston. He Is no's  til years oi ago.  ...  Tho famous Derby winner, Rocksan  died in Paris the other day. Bought  toy August Belmont Ior 4125,000 after  winning tho Derby in 1903, and Inter  acquired by a French syndicate at a  ory high prioe, Rocksand won   more  than 4230,000 on English tracks.  ...  Tortoise or turtles in the vicinity  of Penticton are held responsible lor  tho mysterious disappearance of large  numbers of young duckt. One over  venturesome turtle was caught in th  act ol dragging a duckling under the  water, having gripped the web foot  in its jaw.  ...  A soverc conflagration was oauBed  by some children throwing Are crackers  into tho bush behind Henry Hawkins'  ranch near Armstrong. The f re burned for two days, but wat watchad Dy  tho lire warden, who stayed al Mr.  Hawkins' house until the danger was  over.  ...  Filty thousand members ol the Sal  vation Army witnessed the raising of  tho flags of eighteen nations represented in the grand celebration now  being hold by that organization in  London. Ono feature of tile opening  day was a grand march past in whi/h  the militant forces of the army wero  reviewed by tho general.  ...  A despatch from Ottawa states that  the Grand Pacific glacier, sixty miles  wide and situated on the seaboard  due west Irom Skagway, has moved  back many miles into Canadian territory, thus bringing the coastline into  Canada. This glacier hat moved  back . and forth several timet but  geologists declare that sooner or later  it will locate permanently in Canada,  thus doing away with the Panhandle  ns an obstruction to direct access tn  tho sea from Canadian territory.  a   a   a  Two hundred and fifty dollars worth  of cut glass and china wat ehattcred  whon a glass shelf in the wall showcase of J, G. Barber of Revelstoke  collapsed. The broken shelf and its  contents of glass and china fell upon  a shelf below which also collapsed and  tho dobris foil upon more china and  glasB displayed upon the lowest shell  of the cabinet. Practically nothing os-  capod. Cut glass deounters, cream |Ugt  tumblers, cups and saucers and other  valuable articles lay a heap of ruins.  Vietor, tha two-year-old ton of Mr,  Leo. Mueller, died at Penticton at the  result of taking a number ol Maid  pills containing a compound ol strychnine and arsenic, which his mother had  hidden away in the tent whtn the  Muellers are living on Lakethore Dri.c.  The child climbed upon the dresser  and, secured the pills Irom behind one  brick.   Some ol tbe townspeople cried, jol tht joists ol tht frame ol the tent,  France    hat   appropriated 4180,000  for fighting field mice.  ��� .  ���  The official    opening of the government creamery at Melville, Sask.,   occurred on June 27th.  ...  It is stated that 1000 tons of apricots are used in South Africa jam-  making annually.  ...  Tho Manitoba department of agrioulture is placing some colonies of bees  on a number of the provincial demonstration farms.  ...  2199 steamers, having a total tonnage of 5,974,461, and carrying 34,003  passengers arrived at the Suez canal  during the first quarter of 1914.  of thc United States at  now    contains 2,028,000  as   they saw the place tumble  ruins.  into where they  keeping.  had been placed lor aa'o  The library  Washington  volumes, and the increase is at the  rate ol from 80,000 to 90,000 per annum.  ...  The business men of Panama are putting up a strong protest against thc  continuation of the canal commisary  and Ihe paying of employees in coupons instead of cash.  ...  It is reported that a sum of $2o".-  1)00 will be expended by a prominent  British Company in erecting a acw  soap-making plant on Burrard Inlet  in Burnaby, a distance of about five  miles from Vancouver.  ...  Thc United States senile amended  the naval appropriation bill so as to  authorize the sale of the battleships  Idaho and Mississippi and the construction of a modern dreadnaught  with the money. Greece is understood  to 1* the prospective purchaser.  s.s  When an old elm tree in tho avenue  at Bushey Park was cut down, ��ho  iron framework of nn old street lamp  was found embedded in tho trunk to  a depth of several inches about 23  feet from the ground. It is believed  thnt the lamp must have been nailed  to the tree many years ago and gradually become surrounded by Ihe wooJ.  .   .  .  A royal commission has been up-  pointed by the Saskatchewan government to conduct an inquiry into the  manner in which the sale of farm implements is carried on in the provinae.  They will make such recommendations  to the government as may be deemed  desirable in the interests of both farmers and implement companies.  ...  The money wages of farm labor in  thc United States increased about 2.5  per cent., during the past year, antl  about 11 per cent., during the past  lour years. Since 1902 the increase  has been about 36 per oent. These intimates are based upon reports of correspondents of the Bureau of Statistics of the H. S. department of   agri  culture.  ...  The once world empire Persia hi described as a land that has gone ''completely to rack and ruin" by a Gor-nur  array officer writing in the current  number nf the official organ of the  General Staff. He says that tbe  country is practically deserted by nil  persons of either wealth or refinement  and that those who are left behind  are going into bankruptcy In increasing numbers from day to day.  ...  Lazard Brothers, ol London are offering to sell in London at a price ol  94 per cent, 415,000,000 in 4 per oent,  guaranteed debentures stock of the  anadian Northern Railway. The issue  being part of that guaranteed by the  Dominion government et the last tee-  ion of the legislature. The proceeds  Bre to be paid to the oredit of the  minister of finanoe. It is announced  that when this money is secured con  struction work an tho Canadian Northern will be rapidly advanced.  ...  So enormous ia tho rudder of the  new Cunarder Aquitania that a doorway is provided to that workmen may  enter when necessary to remove the  pin connecting the rudder to tho liner.  This pin is lour feet in length and  bigger than the heaviest projectile  made for modern artillery, When delivered at the builder's yard the rudder  was in three parts. After they had  been connected and laid upon the  ground, the distance that had to bo  walked to pass round the oomplete  rudder was over 100 feet.  .   a   ���  The telephone lyttem is a now thing  in Turkey. The Anglo-French Telephone Company, which obtained a eon;  cession Irom the Turkish government  to instal a telephone system in Constantinople tome time ago, hat completed the work ol laying about 28,-  000 miles ol wire, including eight- submarine cables. Tho servioe opened  with 4000 aubtcribers. The operators  are all native girls���Greeks, Armenian!  Jewish and a few Turkish. Thit it  the first time Turkish women have  accepted work in a public plaoe. A  school it maintained tor teaching the  girls tht utet ol tkt exchange.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and AD Angela' Church.  Holy Communi.n, first aacl thW Sunday, ia tha  month at t a.m.! second mi faaMs Sundays, aha.  Msrelal Prays*.  Liuny (hi th. first and third Sundays.  Momina Ht.y.t si 11 o'cUnkl  Evaaias Pat) at at  7iM.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  First snd third Sunday ia aualb, Mums aad Liiany  at II a.m.  Sscond Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 a.m.  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. Raaaar.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Ktiowna.  MorninsSanicMM II a.m.;evwmtaanieaaat7:30  p.m.   Sunday Sohool at 2130 p.m.  Weekly Prsye, Mssnns on Wednesdays at ��� p.m  Rev. A. DUNN. B.D.. P.stor  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McClary Semi-Steel. See a  *%nje  You'll notice the linings are  made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McGlary dealer.     M  On Sale at the Morri��n-Thomp��on Hardware Co., Ltd.  BENVOULIN PRESBYTERIAN  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.   Sunday School 2 30p,m.  RUTLAND  Service 11 a.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.30 p.m.  R��v. W. T. BEATTIE. P.*>i.  METHODIST  Ktiowna Methodist Church.  Ssbbsth Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m  Sunday School at 130 p.m.  Midwsek swvico Wednesday al 8 p.m.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Mis St.  Sabbalh Service, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  ebbslh School al 9.30 a.m.      All welcome  Wed. 7.30. p.m. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  ����  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to the WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   MANLlACTUHtO IN WESTERN CANADA  BvtheClELAND'DiBoIiEnC.&L  \���� FLOOR WOULD   BLOC.  aOlHTB  THE KELOWNA RECORD  OPENING ;  New Dry Goods Store  Watch this space  This space will be full every  week of interesting announcements concerning Ladies* and  Children's Wear, Household  Linens, &c.  JERMAN HUNT  OPPOSITE THE CASORSO BLOCK  i THUaSDAVi JULT SO, 1M4  Jtttatsaaxaii1   JCBLCWKA RECORD  =asar=x=as  ;^$r  Agents for  McGormick and Dueling  Rakes  owers &  Hay Tedders  All the different sizes in slock  Feed  Baled Hay  Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   ���   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  *SF  Committion Appointed  ^for Redistribution  42  Moth Proof Cedar Chiffoniers  Size. 4-ft. wide, 5 drawers, $7.75 ,  ��� 38-ins. ���  3       ���      $6.00  Thete goods were purchased at 50c on the dollar and are sold  at half price  20Z  Discount on' Baby  Carnages, Go-Carts,  Grass Chairs, Upholstered Goods, Musical Instruments, tke.  Restmore Felt Mattresses    -    $7.50  Guaranteed for 10 yean, full site, reduced from $10  Kelowna Furniture Co.  mamma^mlmmMmmmMmtmt^a^^^rmtamlaf��9mlmm^mmam^  (tough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  *^mmmmm*mmm*mm\ammmm*m*mmm*m*m*m*mmm*mmmi*m*m*mmm*m*m~  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVBNUB,  KELOWNA.  Phone 3302  ^mmmr*r**m*m*m^*m*+**m',m**'*S**+**'**'v  Box 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  The Hon. Hr. Justine Morrison and  the Hob. Mr. Justice Macdonald, com  missioners appointed Ity. tbe Lieuwn  ant-Governor, in oounoil pursuant to  the- "Fublls, ^p^ulrliir;ipfftof. ii*k��  enquiry into (rad report upon th'ermot  ters upon ,which it it proposed thit f  measure, ol redistribution will be bu  ed, took the - oath of office reoaaklj  before, the Hon. Mr. Justice Murphy,  ,  Tho scope of the enquiry ft-at {ol  lows:- v ���>.   ,���     ,.���-'.���    '  I. To enquire ' into the suitability  or otherwise of the provisions of '.ht  Constitutional Aet. dealing with the  creation and the establishment of  Provincial Electoral Distriots and de  lining the boundaries thereof;  3. The best method of subdividing  the province into new electoral districts aod defining the boundaries o'  new districts, having regard to area,  population, natural resources, lnd.ii  trial development, community of interest and existing conditions.  3. The classification of electoral  districts for purpose, of representation.  ' 4. The representation in the legit-  lativo assembly to be allowed to each  electoral district.  Tho commissioners commence 'their  itinerary at once, whioh is. substantially as follows:  Visiting Cariboo distriot and arriving at Kamloops on the 31st, inst.,  where a public sitting will be held.  The commission wilt then proceed  eastward .along the main Hue to  Northeast Kootenay and from Golden  down to Windermere Valley to Oran-  brook, holding meetings in East  Kootenay, thence westward to Nelson  and into tho boundary oountry on io  the Similkameen and Okanagan districts.  The intention is to hold meetings il  possible in the "evenings to afford all  parties a more favorable opportunity  of being present.  The commission will at all.times be  pleased to receive representations upon tho points covered bv tho commission.  Mr. W. P. Ogilvie, Esq., B. C. T.,  Barrister-at-Law, has been appointed  secretary to the commission.  Ordinarily before a redistribution  bill is brought in the matters appertaining thereto are threshed out by n  parliamentary oommittee composed ol  an equal number of government and  opposition member?, who bring -n :>  report. Owing to tho present situation in the legislature which is practically devoid of an opposition, it was  impossible to form such a committee. Thit situation led to the appointment of two judges of tb'  Supreme Court to investigate the situation and bring in a report. The  necessary clement ot non-partisanship  in the commission is provided not  only by the etiquette which precludes  the judiciary from political matters,  but also by the fact that the political  antecedents of the two judges in thiir  prejudicial days cancel eaoh other.  Mr. Justice Morrison, it will be remembered, was for many years liberal representative in the House ol  Commons for the City of New Wost-  minster, while Mr. Justice Macdonald  in his oarlior days was leader of a  Conservative opposition in th�� Manitoba legislature.  JPAGB SBVW  Amusements  ���M.UCILE LOVE. THE GIRL OF  MYSTERY  On Tuesday evcn'ng next the airst  bl "tho "f.uoile Love, The Girl >f ��.!- ������  tery" scries will be shown at the llp-  era House. This s'ory is now running as a serial in about fifty >f tho  leading newspapers in Canada and tht  flhitcd .States and bar bean produced  in pictures by the Universal .'v, tho  largest film organization in* the*world.  The films will be shown nt lhe ml*.  of two each weok, every Tuesday. The  author of the story is ons of the best  known fiction writers in thj wm-ld.  His versatility and marvelous inscriptive abilities have won for him the  title of master pen. His name will  not be divulged until tho story has  boen almost completed.  Picture fans will do we'l to see the  opening instalment of this '.vnnileiiul  pioture, as it forms an .interesting r"-  lude to tho fasoinating romance which  follows.  FAM01S PLAYERS FEATURE  FILMS  .The Famous Players Feature pictures will make their reappearance at  the Opera House next Thursday, Arrangements have now been complete 1  whoroby Manager Duncan has secured  one of these big features a week. The  first to appear will be a Daniel Froh-  man production presenting the distinguished dramatic favorite John  Barrymore in the celebrated comedy-  romance "An American Citizen.'.' Tho  story is described as a transcontinental romance of comedy and intrigu--?.  A mndc-to-order marriage, a sudden  change of nationality and a million  complications, beginning with a laugh  and ending with another.  This will be followed by "Hearts  Adrift", featuring tho populur Mary  Fiokford; and Inter by "Brewster's  Millions," featuring the entire New  York cast including the famous iCtor  Edward Abeles.  STATUE OF   QUEEN VICTOIUA TO  BE ERECTED AT VICTORIA  There is at present on view at the  studio of Mr. Albert Bruco-Joy, the  well-known sculptor, in Beaumont  road, Kensington, ff., the colossal  statue of fyueen Viotoria which he b;is  executed for tho government of Brit  ish Columbia;  The statuo, which will be placed in  the square in front of tho parliament  buildings at Victoria, is a striking  one. Tho Queen is represented as siie  was soon after she ascended the  throne. She is wearing the Garter  robes, with chain, crown and BCeptre,  etc., the dress being as represented in  the life-sized portrait by Winterhaltcr  in Buckingnam Palace. The stantling  figure is 13 feet in height, and will  stand on a pedestal of polished gran'  itc 19 feet high, approached by three  steps.  After being oast in bronze the statue  will bo sent out to British Columbia  in about a year's time.  Mr. Bruce-Joy has lately boen engaged on a bust of Mr. Joseph Cham  berlain, and it will be ready for exhibition in a short time.    ���  FRIEDE DEFENDING CANOE SAILING TROPHY FOB THE U. S.  Leo. M. Friede, of the Mamhattan Canoe Club of New York, who it defending tho International Canoe Sailing Trophy against the challenger,-  Ralpn Britton of Canada, in a series of races that aro being held at Gravos-  ead Bay, Long Island. Friede, it will bo remembered defended tba trophy  last ytar.  NOW OPEN  after being remodelled and renovated  Elite Barber Shop  THE OLD STAND  New Management New Staff  First-Clan Service.  BATHS  35c. single.   4 tickets for $1.  V. Lee. Manager.   J. N. Sanders, Prop.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricks -       ���       -   $2.75 per rick  5 ricks or upward.- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Per rick     ....   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $11 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.       Phone 307  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan*,   Specifications   and   Estimate'  Furnished  Houses to Rent  7-roomed house on St. Paul street, all  modern conveniences. Rent $30.00  per month.    .  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter street,  eleotrio light and oity water. Rent  $20.00 per month.  6 roomed house, Woodlawn, [rood garden. Rent $20.00 per month.  4-roomed house, good location. Beat  f 12.00 per month.  Okanagan Loan & Investment  Co., Ltd.  It is Hot  But you will forget that it it  hot if you come to our parlor  for a Pure Ice Cream Soda,  Sundae or dish of Ice Cream  Our Parlor it cool and  restful; our Ice Cream   !  ia delicious ami abao.  lutely pure���and  vqu <  will think to, toe, after *  you have triad it  Try our  Horlicks Malted Milk  with or without egg,  and properly mixed  with our new "Cyclone  Miset." Its simply great  And don't forget���For the best go to  Alsgard's  PHONE 110  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Learet Kelowaa 9.a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108   ���  G. H. | HUDSON  Landscape and'  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   ���   Kelowaa  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this woik,  in which 1 have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  iHTwltTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Cement fit Rift*' office, Woolseley Av.  Raymer Block RichterStrert  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  Furnished Cottage to Rent  Fully Modern.   Within two minutes of the lake.  Rent $25 per month  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd. SHIM.'.'     I   f ...HI I  IIBimiaiiipi.  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA  RECORD  THUBSDAY, JULY 80/ WH  mm  Report of Dominion  Fruit Commissioners  Canadian Apple Crop Will Be  Well Above Average  A report just issued Irom the Fruit  Commissioner's Branch of the Dominion Department of Agrioulture contains  some authentic estimates of fruit crops  und conditions in various parts ol the  country.  Speaking of uvnther conditions the  report states that in Ontario conditions for satisfactory growth have been  favorable. During the latter part oi  June nnd early in July rain fell heavily throughout eastern Canada irun-  crally, and remedied to a groat extent tho effects ol the cold dry woaiii-  er which had bwn prevalent up to Hint  time. Until quite lately roports from  Nova Scotia predicted a particularly  clean crop ol Iruit, but as one 11 Ho  results of tho reci'nt rains, thero lins  beon a slight development of apple  scab, more particularly, of course, in  unsprayed orchards, It is almost safe  to suppose, in view of tho fuet Hint  spraying has been more general un I  more thorough in the Annapolis Valley this year than ever before, that  any groat injury to the crop from tllia  causo will have been precluded, ami  that the quality will bo good.  Tho results of tho sevoro frost in  eastern Canada early in June are now  quite evident. In New Brunswick  most of tho later varieties of apples  were not injured, but earlier sorts, as  well as plums and small IruitB, ��ero  lessoned. In the central portion  the Annapolis Valley early varieties on  low lying areas were badly reduced in  some cases almost to a total ftnlu.v.  This badly affcoted section is in tho  low lands between Bridgetown anil  Kentville, but most of ths orchards ���n  the mountain slopes escaped injury.  The apple season in Nova Scotia win  between ten days and two weeks late  in opening so the harvesting of the  crop will probably be somewhat delayed on that account.  In British Columbia too, conditions  havo been almost ideal, with possibly  a little shortage of rain in tho inlan.1  valleys during the latter part ol June.  The total yield of apples, continues  the report will be well above tho average.  The June and July "drop" now being ovor, roports generally are not so  favorable as those sent in k month  ago. Thero is, however, a, tendency  on the part of the grower* to underestimate their crop at this time, just  as they are inclined to overestimate it  at the time of blossoming. In easto.-n  Ontario tho crop will equal that of  lost year, and in western Ontario will  approach thut of 1912. Nova Scotia  while suffering seriously from frost in  Borne sections, will produoe the best  crop since 1911, if nothing further interferes. The orop of British Columbia will surpass that of 1913. It is  therefore clear that tho Canadian ap-  plo crop, Irom present indications, will  bo above average, and with proper attention given to distribution and marketing, one that will return to the  growers satisfactory figures.  BENEFITS OF THINNING  the  'J he report goeB on to discuss  subject ol thinning.  To some growers, it says, tho practice of thinning, which has boen given  considerable publicity is a somewh.il  ludicrous oue. But in the luce of results which have already beon obtained whoro tho practice has boen adopted, its benefits appear to bo indisputable.  In Nova Scotia it has been Bhowu  conclusively that the percentage of No.  3 apples on trees which have been  thinned is at least 15 per cent lower  than on those which have not been sj  treated. Nor must it bo presumed that  the quantity af No. 3 apples can bo  reduced to a minimum by thorough  spraying, for the results quoted above  wero obtained in orchards of twenty  of tho most thorough sprayers of the  Annapolis Valley, and in somo instances there was as much as 35 per cen>.  ot No. 3 Iruit in these orchards.  Thinning is not an expenai/e o| nation, inasmuch as it merely means the  removal from the trees of fruit whh ii  would be eventually piokod in an..'  case. That it should not be pioked in  an immature condition and eliminated  from tho pack is the argument which  critics advance. To refute that arqu  ment it is only necessary to state thit  much of the Iruit removed in thinnin;  is so defective either in size or quality  that it ought never to be packed at  all, and tho value of the remainder ol  lho discarded fruit will be more than  mot by tho increased size and improved color of the crop harvested.  Tho resultB are therefore very evident  and it is safe to say that thinning-  will soon take its place as one of the  noceBBitioB    of successful Iruit grow'ng  just as muoh so as are spraying, pruning, fertilizing and cultivation tulvy.  By its adoption the quantity of infective apples will be reduced, the  grade of fruit will be a much inore  uniform one both in size and oolor,  and tho profits to Ihe growers  I bo materially increased.  OrchardistB are urged to esumme  their trees and plantations .very closely for injurious inseots and fungous  diseases. ���  Specimens of inseots, if dead, should  be wrapped in papei or cotton and  inclosed in a strong pasteboard, tin  or wooden box. II the specimen is  particularly soft, it should lie packed  in cotton saturated in alcohol. Wherever possible, grubs, catorpillart und  so forth should he packed alive in a  Ih>x together with a supply of their  food; air' holes are not necessary. Particulars as to where the insect '.vim  found and tho nature of tho danvitfo  which it is doing, whether to leaves,  buds or stem, are frequtntly of ureal  importance,  In the case of bacterial diseases,  ohooso specimens representing every  stage ol lhe disoaso. Moist material  or material likely to decay, should be  packed as dry as possible. Press small  plants or parts ol larger ones oaro-  lully between layers of newspapers protecting this if necessary with stiff  cardboard. Fruits, each separately  wrapped, should be packed in strong  enrdboard boxes.  All such packages should contain the  name and address of the sontler, anil  are carried postage free.  Send specimens of insects to: Dr.  C. (lordon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist, Central Experimental Farm,  Ottawa, and specimens of baoterinl or  fungous diseases to: H, T. Qussow,  Dominion Botanist, Central Experimental farm, Ottawa.  HOTEL   AT OKANAGAN   LANDING  UENTKOYED BY FIRE  Fire completely destroyed tho large  tour-story hotel building belinjroir to  D. 0, Reynolds nt Okanagan Landing  last week. Tho origin of tho tiro is a  mystery. AU thc contents ol tlio  structure were burned. The Vernon  fire brigade, which was summoned by  long distance telephone, arrived loo  late to check the flames. Mr. ltev-  uolds' dwelling, adjoining was also  destroyed, but tho furnituro wns sav  ed. No one was injured, and the (ito  perty was insured.  HOW JAPS LEARN JUI-JITSU  Mustery of the art ol jiujrtsu requires a drilling such as no boxer, no  foncer, runner or rower would need  .... , to undertake. The mind "miist pen  meat* the entire body from the Judd  to the extremities," and to thii end  the body must first,be brought; under  absolute oontrol.sThe.PunU b inured  to the two extreme* of heat and cold,  and the virtue ol perseveranoe is ��ul-  livatwl by special exercises for the  summer and special exercises ior the  winter, says tho author of "The Fighting Spirit of Japan." For the former  the hottest month of the year, August  avl the hottest time of the ..day, irom  I p.m., aro chosen, and for the latter,  commencing in January, the ' pupils  start wrestling at 4 in the morning  and keep it up until 7 or 8.  Twogrent competitions are held ' iu  the year, and in these historic contests "it is quite a common thing for  400 couples to participate." Speaking  Irom long personal experience" say's  Mr. Harrison, "I can state that tho  'sliobu' is a genuine mental as well as  physical ordeal for the participant. In  the case ol the more advanced students, who come on at a later .lour,  there is all tho horror of anticipation  to be contended against. Ab ono enters  the building the only sound to greet  the ear are tho dull and sloken'ing  I hulls which proclaim successive laUe,  Iho deep breathing and panting of the  contestants and the staccato tones ol  the umpires as thoy declare victory or  defeat."  For the student who wins his bout  and continuos his progress until ho  passes as a pupil tearher there Is Another test of courage and endurance,  lie must be strangled and resuscitated.  "The idoa at tho Bottom of this seer.-  ingly cold blooded procedure Is both  to steel thc victim's nerves and round  off his experience, ns it were, ond 'o  afford the newly promoted members  an opportunity ol putting into practice certain forms of 'kwappo' the  system of resusoitation), which nre demonstrated by an export teacher before strangulation takes placo."  �� PROFESSIONAL AND  ��  BUSINESS CARDS  ��������������������������� a. a�� a* M aa am 1  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors, .   . ���      .  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA.  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Banister ���       ,,  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  WEDDELL &GKIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, end  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit's Block-   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewstson Block, Kelowna   ���   'Phone 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc��� CE, D.L.S., B.C.LS  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Boa 231  ���Jes  H. C. ROWLEY F REYNOLDS  AWlE*. C.T. AJH. Caa. Sot CE.       fl.C,Ei  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers end Land Surceijort  Water Supply. Irritation. SaUMaaxn, kc  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd''  . ENTiST  I*. 6. not ia��  'rkeaaie i  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Miy B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN ami ORGAN  alee  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morriaon.Tbompaon Block  ),  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR la BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for pubjicBuild-  ings.Tov.'n and Country Residencee  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill University)  Residence :  GLENN AVENUE  Meeeagee may be left at lhe office oi  Meaara. Rattenbury tt Williams  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organiat and Choirmaster of kntw Church  Kolowna, will Not Receive Pupila 'until  hia return from the Old Country in September.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatee Furniahed for all claaaea  of work  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Sac.CE.  Consulting Clell and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveys aad Report, on liriaaboa Work.  Application, lot Water Licenses  KELOWNA, B.C.  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (A~ocuate Royal Cjllsas ai  London, Eaanad)  Organiat oi St. Michael et All Angela'  Church, receive. Pupils ior  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  ���t hia own or pupila' residence.   '  Special attention to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Addraaa Abbott Street  ���  J.6   I  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chineae Merchants aod Employmaat Office  Contract, of mrmy Und uadartahen  Sarissartoiy work saaraass. n  ELI AVENUE  umftam MbmSWatmJUmm  IS* Bnds.  m-tm  MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE  The splendid values we are offering in our Midsummer Sale are greatly appreciated  by people of forethought as attested by the lively selling that is keeping us busy  SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY  Hats, Hats, Hats  Any Straw or Linen Hat in our store..Half Price  75 prs. Ladies'  white Canvas Tennis Shoes  Reg. $1.25 and $1.50.   For Saturday 75c pair  Men's White Duck Pants  'Reg. $1.50, $1.75.  For Saturday only..$l.lS pair        |  27 Mines' and Children*'  Slimmer Dresses  All reduced to .Half Price  35 prs. Children's Sandals  Tan.  Up to $1.50. For Saturday only...75c pair  43 prs. Quids' Rompers  To clear '.Half Price  All Curtain Materials, including   1    All Men's Luster Coats  Madias Muslins, Cretonnee5crin.s,��cc.iWI Price        �� Take your choice for Half Mce  An we hnve cut our Regular Low Prices in many caees ONE-HALF you make a double saving by buying at thin Sale.     Come with the crowds.  Richmond's Cash Store for Big Values  _ Kelowna  -  B.C. ���-  i  .te THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914  .   II.  rairri'  The manufacturers are going  to give you the benefit of their  advertising,  instead   of   the  magazines  With every purchase of  Palm-Olive Cream or  .  Palm-Olive Shampoo,  at 30c a package, we will  Give you���  Three large cakes Palm-Olive  Soap, with the manufacturers'  compliments.   This soap sells  regularly at 15c a cake  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  Sealed tenders, addressed to the un-  Fdersigned, and endorsed "Tender lor  j PuMk Building, Merritt, B. C." will  I be reoeived at this office until 4.00 p.  [ nt., ba Tuesday, July 28, 1914 ior the.  I construction of a Publio Building at  I Merritt, B. C.  Plans, specification and form ol con-  , tract oan be seen and form ol tender  obtained at the offioe of Mr. W. Hon-  I dersoo, Resident     Architec t, Victoria,  1 B. 0., at the Post Offioe, Merritt, B.  C, and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with thtir actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places ol residence. In tho oase ol  firms, the actual .signature, the nature  oi the eeoupation -nnd plaoe of -residence oi eaoh member ol the firm must  be gives':' '���  , Eaoh tender must be accompanied by  aa ' aooepted cheque on a chartered  bank, pnyabl. to the order ol the Honourable the Minister ol Public'Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) ol ths  amountof the tender, whioh will he  forfeited il the person tendering 'Incline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so or lail to complete the work contracted lor. II the  tender be not aooepted the ohaque will  be returned.  The Department does not bind Itself  to aoeept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  B. C. DESR0CHER8.  Secretary.  Department ol Publio Works.  Ottawa, June ��, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid lor this  advertisement if thet insert it without  authority Irom the Department.  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  '   Is open m  Thursday.  Friday &  Saturday  10am. lo5p.m.  New mountinga have arrived���and  will please you  Rowcliffe Block sfitftttk  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, die Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rental of f 1 an  acre. Not more than 2,600 aores  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory tho land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied lor  shall bo staked out by the applicant  himself.  Eaoh application must be accompanied by a fee of $!> which will /be  refunded if the rights applied lor  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall bo paid on tho merchantable output of tho mine at the  rate of five oents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall'  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting lor thc lull quantity ol  merchantable coal mined andypay the  royalty thereon. If tiie coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall bo furnished at loas!  once-a year.  The lease will include tho coal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be .permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary lor the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister ol the Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid lor  KELOWNA ftSCOBD  11'    i M  KEW SYSTEM OF WRITING  f.  TURKISH LANGUAGE   -  jjCith a view to the spread ol' sdtis  cation, a new system of writing has  bpm introduced into Turkey,, which 'm,  f being taught to the unlettered  y recruits.' It not only reduces  period lor mastering the , written  language to a comparatively short  on, but brings- it within the mental  limitations ol the lower class.  Turkish writing, has been an uo-  coniplishment ol the few, since the  people followed agriculture and left  business to the hands ol the eduoated  Armenians. The old .system te-  sembles stenography, with three .icp-  ajwte and distinct signs for each,  sound, according to their position in  the word written. Like sten ography,  it is neosssary to know the word  aright first in order to read it cor-,  rectly. To understand its difficulties,  the same sound represents the,Bounds,  o, ou, eu, and y, and the reader hns  to know which of these sounds Is intended.  In the new writing, words are tp'll  eil separately instead of being run  together, with phonetic letters. T-Ke  will greatly facilitate typesetting antl  allow the construction of a Turkish  typewriter.'  Each soldier is being taught the  'now writing, with the idea that lw  will introduce it to his family on ru  turning to his native village. His  interest in public affairs and sense ol  national unity will also grow with  the reading of books and papers.  This is the work that Knver Pasha,  the war minister, has undertaken.  6 .  Ml'SKliA'TS PLENTIFUL IN  BOHEMIA  Prince Collorttlo Mansfield liberated  ton Canadian niuskrats on his estate  in Pohemia in 1905, hoping his gann-.-  koepers would be able to trap them*  and sell the skins. Today there are  over 200,00(1 niuskrats in Bohemia and,  like rabbits in Australia, they me  spreading all over the fruitful regions  of the province, even onterin/ houses  in Prague.  The animals made their caves hy  streams of water, whero artificial  breeding of crawfish ia carried on and  by ponds whero carp is reared. As Bohemian carp nnd crawfish are delin-  cies the owners of breeding grounds  are not gratified in discovering thut  the muskrat varies his vegetable diet  with spawn ol fish and. crawfish.  Tho industry appealed to che Minister of Agriculture for assistance. It  appears that tho muskrat refuses oil  kinds of poison and won't enter a- 'rap  Tho minister has now olTerod a reward  for anv means to destroy the muskr it  INCREDIBLE WEALTH  R. W. BUTUERi  BMUJER 4 CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all lilted with bath roams,  W.C.hol water, etc.  The Rothschild tprtune amounts to  *2,000,000,000, according to the estimate ol an industrious Frenchman.  Placed at four per oent, this would  produoe an annual revenue of 180,000.  000. But this sum is lar Irom being  a realty, as the great part of 'Ie  ItothsohiM riches is in property. In  f.orloashire they own immense thread  mills, whilo in Germany they possess  numerous ooal mines with a capacity  of millions of tons por annum. In  Brazil the Rothschilds own Immense  rubber forests, and in Persia luCtoriats,  where the most beautiful oarpets in  the world are made.  ' In Spain there are numerous vine  and load mines operated by the Rot'tJ-  childs. In South Afrioa also the  Rothschilds own mines. The 1Rolhi-  childs, in addition, own large lorests  hi Siberia, while in Australia, entire  cities are thoir property. They also  own large quantities o' real estate  in the different European capitals.  ���SHIS  s  ���;!  I   n -l 'Jmmim. Mffl InTllsllll Hll." lUflB Ii I ';' '  ADVERTISEMENTS  A host of satisfied advertisers attest the power of  these little advertisements  to get results  One advertiser, who had inserted an ad. for two weekjs,  called in to-day to cancel the  second one as one issue had  brought him more replies tha\n  he knew what to do with  Try 0  ne an  d b<  The rate is Two Cents per  word for first issue and  One Cent per week i after ^psF  ���*".��l-',l.l.   .  I..!!!:1'.-  ���m-m~  w  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA   RECORD  ( WANTED! 1  Prspaid Rates: 2 osnts psr word  lirat insertion and 1 oent psr worst tor  eaoh subsequent insertion, No ad., inserted lor lsss than 26 osnta.  AU classified advertisements must bt,  paid far in advanos owing to tha aost  attending the bookiag and oharging oi  small itsmi.  Copy may be reoeived for these ads  up ta 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB  SALE  HAY.FOR SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd, or Glenmore  Ranch. Mtf  FOR SALE OR RENT.- Six roomed  house oa Wilson Avenue. Prioe  12,000. Terms arranged. Apply E.  England. 2?tl  FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  aad lot, 11260, clois ia. Apply Bon  140 Kelowna. 19tl.  TEAMS FOR SALE.-Hsavy dralt and  general purpose. Apply .1. Morrison  R. R. I. Phone 3410. 2Btl.  FOR SALE.- Pure Bred young Berkshire pigs. Also two ssatsd surrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Dil-  worth. 30tl.  FOR SALE.-Pedigreed Persian Kit-  tens. Mrs. J. S. Mackenzie, Glenmore. 3B-7p  TO RENT  FOR RH NT-Furnished rooms lor light  housekeeping, on lako shore, Abbott  street. Apply Box "P" Record offioe. 34-0p  FOR RENT.-8-roomod houso with aU  modern conveniences on Bernard avenue, just wist ol Presbyterian church.  Rent very reasonable. Apply H. <i,  Williams, or P.O. Box 516. Mtl.  TO RENT. ���Furnished rooms on Lako  shore.  Apply P.O. Box 185.        Sit!  TO BENT.��� Seven room house on  Wilson avenue. Rent sis.so per mo.  Apply W. H. Fleming, Kelowna. "tl  KELOWNA REGATTA  PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME  (Continued from Pag. One,*  4.45.���Relay swimming raoe; teams  oi four, 120 yards.  15.00.���Obstacle raoe.  6.16.���Prise giving in judges^   svan'i.  Decorated launch parade and confetti  carnival.  Decorated automobiles and bicyelis.  Prizes will be given for the best set  ol views of the regatta taken by  amateur photographers. Winning photos to become tho proporty ol vho K.  A.A.  A silver championship shield is given  by tho directors ol the K.A.A. to Iho  competitor who scoros tho highest  number of points. First plaoe counts  30, Becond pluco 20, third plaoe 10, for  tho following events:  Single sculls, 60 yards breast stroko,  single canoes, open plungo, 00 yards  open swimming, open diving, run ting  spring board diving, J-milo swimniin  baok stroke, swimming under waior,  Ono mile swimming championship ol  B.O.  A Bhield is also given by the directors of the K.A.A., for ladies in the  following events. Points score the  same as. above.  50 yards swimming race, single souils  diving, single cunoea.  Prise lor best costume in confetti  carnival, judging to lake place on  promenade.  Farmer.���see that thero pig? T call  him "ink."  Visitor.���Why so?  Ho isn't block.  Farmer.���No but he keeps running  from tho pen.  W��  SITUATIONS WANTED  WASHING AND HOUSEWORK-Want-  ed by hour or day. Apply Miss Berg  or Miss Nelson, Ellis St. x  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hsrcron will  pay the highest market prioe lor  heifer or boll calves of any age. 31tf  STRAYED.-Red bull Call, strayed to  my yard on tho night of July 2nd.  Owner can have same on identifying  and paying expenses. Howtrey,  South Kelowna. 33-6  WANTED- Second hand eyole.  State  price. P.O. Box 631. 85-6  I.OST-On 26th inst., gold safety pin,  with torquois stone, between bench  and Glenn avenue. Reward. Apply  Record office.  EXCHANGE WANTED  BENNETT'S  FIVE-MINUTE  Mosquito Bite Cure  Works like a Miracle  Unprecedented Discovery  An indispensable summer resort  companion, making camping and  boating a positive delight. Absolutely cure, in five minutea, or money  refunded. Causes every trace of  swelligg and inflammation to quickly  vanish.  Pot Up ii 50c bottles oily  Bennett's Universal Salve  An exceptionally rapid healer of  Burns (whether from fire, steam or  chemicals), Brui.es. Cuts, Boila, de.  Heals or your money refunded-SOc  Malt Ofders received st  M. B. Bennett'a - Penticton, B.C.  W. C.'AIKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOrt  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work e specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Bos SI I  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library;  inquire,  Secretary, Box 382  W. B. PEASE. S. M. GORE  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  Will exchange a ohoioe blook of city  lots, situated ono and a half miles  from post office. Moose Jaw, a money  maker, for a dwelling house in Kelowna, or ten or fifteen sores of ben'.h  land, suitable lor' growing tomatoes  or onions. Apply Box 210, Ktiowna,  B. C. 349  KELOWNA AQUATIC ASSOCIATION  Tenders wanted lor refreshment  booths in the park during regatta days  Tenders must be in by July 31st  Full particulars from H. G. M. Wilson, secretary.' 36-7  TO-EXCHANGK  Old country small grass (arm, (13  acres) borders of Devon and Cornwall.  Good houso, gardens, and orchard lor  ranch in Okanagan, preferably near  Kelowna and on lake shore. Photographs and full particulars from C. C.  Fuller, box 496, Kelowna. 36-u'p.  Magnetic Healing  A ture cure (or pain. Give it a trial  For treatments inquire  Box 633        - -        Kelowna  3S.6p  Spirilla corsets  Mrs. J. H. Davits will bt at Mr.  Mathis't (over tailor shop, Paadoii  ���treat) Wtwtsa ths hours ol 1.80 and  < p.m.,, Saturday ot saoh week to meat  ladies wishing to ordsr corstts. P. 0.  Hoi m, Kslowaa. 201!.  Phons 110  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thia school offer, a thorough, modem  education, with careful training snd  refined home life.   Terms modersts.  For prospectus, tke, spply  Miss LeGALLAIS   -   Principal  As the Cannery contemplates a vary  heavy run this season, we are desirous  ol employing all the women and girls  ws oan obtain locally.  A kindergarten will bt maiatalntd  whsrs small ohildren ol women deslr-  ing employment will receive good tare  during the day free o! charge. Kindly  send in your names lor registration.  WESTERN CAMNBRS LTD,  Launch for Hire  for Picnic*, Ace.  Apply to  Kelowna Machine Shops.  Mtf  ICE  Delivered to any part ot tht oity in  wholesale or rstall quantities.' Prices  on application to  H. B. BTJBTCH  JAOVERTlSlMOi  w��  mill  iUi<5  ' U.1  aw.  The Connecting Link.  The connecting link between the merchant and  his customer is the newspaper advertisement. In  it the merchant may make plain to the housewife  or the hoasehusband, the advantages of his store  and the commodities he has to offer, in a way  that would be impossible otherwise, because of  the limited time, and the interruptions when the  customer visits the store.  When people go out to shop, they want to get  what they need, and go home again. They want  the business, news, but they want it when they  have time at their disposal. You can give it to  them through the advertising columns.  Still Room for a few More Customers  FOR OUR INCREASINGLY POPULAR  WET WASH  Coats much less than any form ol washing at home, and incidentally the  goods aro better and more correctly washed, end will wear longer.  Twelve more boxes lo give out before we close, these lists.   Rough dry  liata already closed for new customer.  75c -   PER BOX  -  75c  KELOWNA STEAM LAUNDRY  Off Pendozi Street South Phone 159  Subscribe to tifte Kelowna Record,  .1  TJWB8DAY, JULY 80, lit*  mmmmmrmAVmmmmmmmmm%m1mmm^ -' >  ���������������������������-���  WE SPEAK  In fact, we often apeak but sometimes'  we apparently do not ssy much. It is a  usual thing when' we advertise any lins  in ihsse columns to hav. th. eel. oi that  . line stimulated. Of course, that is th.  reason ws us. this sdverdeing apace.  Some time ago w. spoke through on  advertisement, snd ss thsre wss no stimulation of trad, along thu. Una* we are  going to reiterate what ws ssid then or,  at Inst, something lo th. same effect.  Eiffel Tower Lemonade Powder. per tin, 25c  Nabob Lemonade Powder.  per tin, 25c  Montserrat Lime Juice.   Large bottlea, each 85c-  Monteerrat Lime juice.   Small bottlea, each. 50c  Nabob Lime Juice.   Quart bottlea, each 50c  Rose's Lime Juice Cordial.   Quart bottles, each*.50c  Rose's Unaweetened Lime Juice. Quart bot, each..50c  Welch's Grape Juice.   Quart .bottles, each 75c  Welch's Grape Juice.   Pint bottles, each........... 40c  Walker's Grape Juice.   Quart bottles, each 65c  Walker's Grape Juice. 'Pint bottlea, each 35c  Assorted Liquers, several different flavors, each..1 50c  Raspberry Vinegar.   Quart bottlea, each 40c  Dalton's Lemonade.   Per bottle. 20c  Any of these will cool you and help to keep you cool  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality k Service oar mottt.  5 pat cent Discount for Cash  Monthly accounts nelt  The Last Day of the Sale is  Saturday, August 1st  w*  TE have jutt completed, with your assistance, the GREATEST  Midsummer Sale that we  have ever had. And many  have been the remarks of  the buying public in regard  to it���" Best tale yel;"  " Thit surely it a real aale i"  " Say, did you steal those  good.)"-"Well, all other  tales in tha town seem  insignificant j" "Its good  tb have a real sale tome-  times."  T^VBRY arriving boat  brings cases and balsa  of new Fall Merchandise,  which we will have opened and marked for inspection. We have bean very  careful in our purchases  of Ladies' Readv-to-Wear  for fall aa styles seem to  ��� change over night, Wa  have, therefore, arranged  with our wholesalers in  Montreal, Toronto aad  New York, for tha newest,  latest and NATTIEST  whieh we will shew hem  time to time.  Thomas  1 -i  m

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xkelownarec.1-0180899/manifest

Comment

Related Items