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 ifctottma ftccovQ  VOL. XI.   NO. 16  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1919.���4 PAGES  77*  .Z  $1.50 Per Annum  Regolar Council Meeting Monday Evening  The question of electric power  rates and the method of computing them waa the aubject of a dia-  cuaaion at Monday'* council meeting. Aid. Duggan pointed out lhat  there waa aome doubt aa to whether the method of computing the  charges for power complied with  the proviaion* of the by-law. Aa  it had been felt that power waa  being sold below coat, instructions  had been given to make a charge  of 9c for the firat 500 kil. hours,  the 6c rate to apply oily to consumption between 500 and 1000  kilowatta. This had, apparently,  worked hardship and one of the  consumers had found it necessary  to close down their refrigerating  plant aa they could not operate it  to advantage  Mayor Sutherland said that he  had drawn this schedule of rates,  and hia recollection was that it waa  the intention to charge the lower  rate for the total consumption. It  was decided to revert to this system.  Mra. H, W. Raymer waited upon  the council to'applv for a rebate  upon her theatre license for the  time during which it was closed  by the "flu" regulations. It waa  pointed our, however, that auch a  rebate would be contrary to the  provisions of the Municipal Act.  A resolution was read from the  city of Calgary in reference to  Federal assistance to enable return,  ed aoldiera tos re-enter civil life.  Thia waa endorsed.  An objection was received from  the Kelowna Creamery to being  classed as a wholesale business  and being charged $25 trade license instead of the regular $5.  The council, however, deoided  after carefully going over the bylaw and in view of a decision of  the city solicitor, a license could  not be granted for leaa than $25,  ���nd the clerk -waa instructed accordingly.  Aid. Knowlea informed the council that owing to the heavy snowfall he was unable to submit a  report on the proposed bicycle  paths.  Mayor Sutherland aaid he waa  opposed to the construction of bicycle paths aa it waa impossible to  construct sidewalks in some casea  where ownera of property were  entitled to them, and he thought  any apare money should be used  for that purpose and improvements  to the streets.  Aid. Knowles aaid that if the  initial expense of the bicycle paths  could not be raised by a tax on  bicycles it waa not hia intention to  preaa the matter. He promised to  go more fully into the proposal  and aubmit a report at a future  meeting.  Aid. Rattenbury mentioned that  Creamery Installs  New Auto. Collection  For aome time the management  of the Kelowna Creamery haa realized that the preaent aystem of  leaving the bringing in of cream to  each individual farmer has not  been working very satisfactorily  and that much better reaults could  be expected if a system of cream  collection waa arranged. The  trouble and expense of a long  journey to town has debarred many  cream producers, especially the  smaller ones, from patronizing the  creamery, and no doubt a large  amount of cream haa been missed  in this way.  There arrived thia week to the  garage of Measrs. Smith and McCubbin a fine "Dodge" delivery  car for the creamery, and when  the weather is a little more favorable, Manager Thomaa will make a  atart with the new system.  Details of routes have still to be  Worked out, but no difficulty is expected in easily covering the ground  The car has been purchased, it  might be mentioned, at a cost of  $ 1825 and is a type which is largely in uae for delivery purposes at  the coaat. *  Messrs. Smith and McCubbin  this week introduced a new type  of auto-truck into thia diatrict in th e  shape of a) business - like two-ton  "Republic" truck. The type is  widely in use elsewhere, and has  given good aervice.  a suggestion had been made by  Mr. Neil' Gregory that the city  ahould adopt the Vancouver ayatem of presenting carda of welcome to returned soldiers. As jio  information waa to hand regarding  these carda it waa decided to obtain fall particulars from Mr. Gregory before discussing it further,   i  The question of conveying returned aoldiera to their homes  when they landed from the boat  waa raised by Aid. Knowles, he  being of opinion that sufficient  intereat waa not taken in thia matter. Hia Worship said he always  made a point of responding to the  returning soldier signals, and this  waa the firat intimation- he had received that the men had not been  accorded a suitable welcome.  A form of leaae for the renting  of the two city offices from the  Keller eatate for three yeara at $15  per month waa accepted, and a  contract with Mr. A R. Davy for  the city scavenging waa authorized  signed for the current year.  In accordance with a promise  made to the Chief ot Police aome  time ago, a resolution waa passed  raising hia aalary to $150 per  month.  FINANCE J^fifC^L   DEPARTMENT.  DOMINION INCOME WAR TAX ACT  TO WHOM APPLICABLE.  Every person who in 1918 resided or ordinarily resided in Canada oi  wss employed in Canada or carried on business in Canada, includini  corporations and joint itock companies,  WHO SHOULD FILE RETURNS.  1. Every unmarried person or widow or widower, without dependent  children under twenty-one years of age, who during calendar year  1918 received or earned $1,000 or more.  2. All other individuals who during calendar year 1918 received or earned  $2,000 or more.  3. Every corporation and joint stock company whose profits exceeded  $3,000, during thc fiscal year ended in 1918.  FORMS TO BE FILLED IN AND FILED.  FORM Tl. By individuals, other than farmers and rancher*.  FORM T1A. By farmers and rancher*.  FORM TJ. By corporations and joint atock companies.  FORM T3. By trustees, executors, ndministrntorsof estates and assignees  FORM T4. By employer* to make return of the names of all director*,  officials, agenta or other employee* to whom waa paid $1,000  or more in salaries, bonuses, commission or other remuneration during the calendar yesx 1918.  FORM TS. By corporations, joint stock companies, associations and  syndicates to make return of aU dividends and bonuses paid  to shareholders and members during 1918.  Individuals comprising partnerships must file returns In their  individual capacity.  GENERAL INFORMATION  AU returns must be filed IN DUPLICATE.  Forms may be obtained from the Inspectors and Assistant Inspectors  of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres.  Returns should be filed immediately.  Postage must be prepaid on letters and other documents forwarded  by mail to Inspectors of Taxation.  Addresses of Inspectors of Taxation for this District:  VANCOUVER DISTRICT.  Assistant Inspector of Taxation.  VICTORIA. B.C.  Assistant Inspector of Taxation,  NELSON, B.C.  Inspector of Taxation,  Molsons Bank Bldg.,  VANCOUVER, B.C,  Shippers Form Credit  and Traffic Assn.  An organization of great importance to the fruit and vegetable  ahipping industry of the province  had ita birth at a convention held  in Kelowna yesterday. The B.C.  Traffic and Credit Association is  ths name given to the new organization, the principal object of  which is to safeguard the interests  of its membera in all mattera relating to the transportation of produce. It will compile all necessary  information regarding freight and  expreas ratea, and assist in obtaining improved transportation facilities. Disputes regarding fruit and  vegetable shipments, whether with  transportation companies, or individuals, may also be referred to  the Association for adjustment  where necessaty, thus removing  the great handicap which haa been  felt in the past in attempting to  handle such matters individually.  The need for auch an association  ha* long been recognized, but possibly the recent proposal of the  express companies to raise rates to  an inordinate degree has served to  bring matters to a head. A preliminary meeting of delegates in  Vernon following the seasion of  the Board of Railway Commissioners decided upon immediate organization.  *) Representativea were present  yesterday from fully 75 per cent,  of the ahipping firms of the province and it is expected that the  whole 100 percent, will sign up  in the near future.  The Association will also be of  great assistance by co-operating  with the shippers to improve the  quality of the products, to standardize packing and grading, and to  introduce improved methoda of  packing and shipping. ���  The following representatives of  ahipping concerns were present:  W. McDowell, C L Lowe, R. F.  Smithers, E. C. Skimer, D. McNair,  B. McDonald, G. Rowcliffe, Leo.  Hayes, J. R. Wells, H. & Armstrong  R. B. Staples, J. Wiggin, J. J. Campbell, E. Doberer, C. E. Barnes, W.  H. Snill, T. Catherwood. H A.  MacNaughton. Others not able to  attend wrote aignifying their sympathy with the aims and objects of  the Association.  The officers elected were aa follows: President, C. L. Lowe, Vernon; Vice-Pres., B. McDonald, Kelowna ; Sec. (pro. tem.), R. W. McDonald, Armstrong.  Pioneer Settler of District Passes Away  One of the early Settlers of the  Kelowna district passed away Saturday in the , rson of John Morrison, a well-known farmer resident  of Ellison. Mr. Morrison, who was  60 years of age, has been in feeble  health for aome years, and for the  past twelve months haa been more  or leaa seriously ill. Some six  months ago his eyesight- began to  fail him, and in apite of visita to  coaat and consultation with specialists, he became totally blind. About  a week ago he had to be removed  to the Kelowna Hospital, in the  hope that an operation might save  his fife. This too proved vain, and  he expired soon after noon on  Saturday.  The funeral took place Monday  and was largely attended, service  being held at 2 o'clock in Knox  Church.  The late Mr. Morrison was a  native of Scotland, leaving the old  land for Canada aome twenty-seven  yeara ago. After three yeara apent  in Manitoba, he came to Kelowna  as manager of the eatate of the  Earl of Aberdeen, which included  the present Guisachan property.  This position he held for eight  years, moving then to what ia now  the1 Central Okanagan Ranch in  Glenmore, vacating thia for their  present ranch in the Ellison diatrict.  He took a considerable part in the  construction of the water system  for the original Central Okanagan  Co.  He   leaves   a widow  and  two  The next session of the Grand  Lodge of Orangemen will be held  in Penticton.  City Grants $500 for  War memorial  The aubject of a permanent memorial to the local aoldiera who  died in the great war aasumed a  more concrete form Monday night  when the city council voted a sum  of $500 to start a public subscription.  The following resolution moved by Aid, Mantle and seconded by Alderman Knowlea, will explain the attitude of the council on  the subject:���  I "That an enduring memorial be setup  in our city to honour and preserve for  all time the memory of those native sons  Snd fellow citizens of Kelowna who Have  their livea in the Great War, fighting lor  our freedom and the freedom of succeeding generations; that the city council grant $500 for a permanent memorial  to be set up in the Park or other public  place; that citizens be invited to subscribe to this Memorial Fund.a list being  opened at the city offices, and the city  clerk being aaked to act aa treasurer;  that the resolution be published, and a  copy forwarded to surrounding achool  districts, and that they be asked to cooperate with the city in setting up a  memorial; that a copy of the resolution  be sent to the Great War Veterans  Association and their co-operation solicited ; that a public meeting be called to  decide the form the memorial ahall take.  and that the meeting be advertised with  posters; that the Press be requested to  open its columna and invite opiniona  . and suggestions."  The hope was expressed that  before any public meeting takea  place the matter would be thoroughly discussed in order to get  the benefit of any suggestions that  might arise.  Although a monument iu the  park haa been mentioned, there  are other suggestions to be considered. One of the most attractive is for a clock tower to be  erected in the centre of Bernard  Avenue at the intersection of Bernard Avenue and Pendozi Street.  It seems unnecessary to make  any appeal for a thing of this sort,  as no doubt everyone will be anxious to join in.  Aid. Mantle has been appointed  to look after the scheme in the  meantime, and all aubscriptions  should be sent to the city clerk.  /  Return of Three  More Soldiers  The returned soldier who was  welcomed Monday afternoon was  E W. Wilkinson, who left his business of real estate and insurance  two yeara ago to join in the "great  adventure." He went overseas  in May, 1917, and went into training at Seaford, Sussex, reaching  France the following February.  He saw considerable aervice last  year and waa in some of the heavy  fighting during March, when things  were looking pretty black. A  short time after he waa laid up  with trench fever, from the effects  of which he haa not yet fully recovered.  On Tueaday afternoon Pies.  Bernard Budden and Hill came in.  Pte. Budden was one of the 172nd  boys, leaving in the fall of 1916.  He was in the first draft to go to  France after they had received a  little training in England, and was  in the famoua fight lor Vimy Ridge;  was wounded by shrapnel just as  success was won and the Ridge  captured. After a course in hospital at Boulogne he waa aent back to  the front line, but waa hit again in  July, 1918, near Arras, but managed to get over thia in time to  join in the final big push. He was  invalided to England with trench  fever the day before the armistice  was signed.  Pte. Hill was one of the first  contingent men leaving with the  2nd CM.R.'s. fcje waa in some of  the earlier fighting in France, It  was whilst riding out near camp  one day that he happened a serioua accident, falling into a deep  quarrie and injuring hi* knee.'  The Hospital Masquerade Ball  held laat Friday evening was one  of the most successful ever held  both in attendance and beauty and  variety of costumes. The prizes  were won by Mra. Atkinaun, Miss  Fuemfgeld, Mr. Bernard Raymer,  and Mr. Leo. Hayea. The Fire  Brigade dance on Tuesday waa no  leaa popular, many, in fact, being  unable to gain admission.  Rutland News  Serg. Mugford left yesterday for  the coast.  Mr. S. Gray left today on a viait  to Halcyon Hot Springe.  Miss Lucy Craig and Mra. Wigglesworth left yesterday for a  viait to the coast.  Mr. A. Eldridge who recently  returned from overseas, fit has been  staying at Vancouver until getting  hia formal discharge, came in this  week.  On Friday, March Uth, a box  aocial is to be held in the school-  house under the auspices of the St.  Andrew's Ladies' Guild. A good  programme is being arranged and  all ladiea are asked to bring boxes.  The U.F.B.C. Rutland Local are  giving an "at home" and dance on  Tuesday, March I Ith, in the Rutland school. Ladies of the Local  are asked to bring refreshments.  The admission will be 50c. Everybody should attend aa a good time  ia guaranteed.  The Rutland United Farmera  met Monday evening, and discussed amongst other matter the proposal to purchase for returned soldiers certain propertiea at Ellison.  It was decided to favor the plan,  with certain exceptions, but to urge  that no commissions be paid to  real estate men on the deal.  Apropoa of the achool flag, to  the tattered relics of which attention was drawn laat week, it is interesting to leern that application  waa made some time ago to the  authorities foi a new one, but owing to the great demand created  by the present stirring of patriotic  feelings, it has not yet been possible to fill the drder.  A meeting of the Rutland Women's Institute will be held on  Thursdav, March 13th,in the achool  at 3 p.m Mr*. F. Small will give  a demonstration on Dressmaking  and Re-modelling Garments. Music will be provided by Miss M.  Dudgeon and Mra. Trenwith. Afternoon tea will be served a* 4.30  by Mrs. Hardie and Mrs. Longataff  in aid of the War Memorial Fund.  A verv enjoyable "Jat home"  waa held Tuesday night in aid of  the War Memorial Fund and the  Red Cross. There waa a large  turn-out, including many who had  taken advantage of the good sleighing to come from town. The Rev.  Mr. Connal, the new Presbyterian  miniater of Rutland and Benvoulin,  took the chair, and a very enjoyable programme waa carried out.  Mra. Ambler, Mra Trenwith and  Miss Hazel Ritchie, contributed  the vocal music, while a sketch entitled "The Wrong Box," was given  by Misses Wharrie, Zella Monford,  K. Campbell and Joy Fleming, and  Messrs. Griffiths,  A.  Gray, Leon  Teachers Organize  Thoughout Okanagan  Various schools in the valley  sent delegatea to a convention  which wss held in Penticton Public  School last Friday evening. Many  schools that found difficulty in  sending delegates aent letters expressing their willingness to cooperate in the movement.  The meeting waa a moat enthusiastic one and the unanimous  opinion waa that the teachera of  the Okanagan should form an association, which later ahould be  affiliated with the Teachera' Federation of Britiah Columbia.  An effort will be made to reach  every teacher in the valley during  the next few weeks for the purpose  if inviting membership. It waa  alao proposed to arrange a general  convention of teachers sometime  this spring. The arrangements  were left in the handa of the executive. The namea of the executive  are as follows : President, J. Gordon, Kelowna; First Vice-president  B. S. Freeman, Armstrong; second  vice-president, C. Fulton, Vernon ;  recording secretary, Miaa Brown,  Summerland; corresponding secretary, A. S. Matheson, Penticton;  treasurer, L. V. Rogers, Kelowna.  The objects of the association  are, as expressed in the constitution: first, the piomotion of the  welfare of the teachera in the Okanagan district, and secondly, by  united effort to raise the status of  the teaching profession in the district.  Penticton Curlers Here  With the return of the coldei  weather curling haa become a popular sport, and the local enthusiasts  were agreeably surprised Monday  morning when a rink from Penticton to play. Messrs. Clayton (akip),  Brown, Pope, and Burtch composed the visiting team, and they were  met by Mesa>. McKaj, (skip)  Havea, Cross, and Campbell, and  beaten by 10 to 7. They fared no  better in the aecond game against  Jas. Harvey (akip), B. McDonald,  W. Harvey, and Lee, the score be-  11 to 19 in favor of Kelowna. On  Tuesday morning Messrs. Hayes,  Trench, Knowles, and G. C. Harvey scored 10 against the visitors 8.  The games were keehly contested, and notwithstanding their hard  luck, the Penticton men enjoyed  the visit, especially as they were  able to take in the Fireman's ball,  Monday evening.  A rink consisting of Measrs. J.  Harvey, McKay, W. Harvey, and  Cross returned with the visitors to  Penticton to beat up the natives  there.  Fitzpatrick and J. Mclvor. A total  of $77 waa raised for the purpoaea  above mentioned. After the programme had been completed an  impromptu dance waa organized.  WAB-UfsKOS STAMPS AU SOU  WHE1ETO TOD SEE THIS SIGH  Build a $50 Bond  A Plan Por  Investors-  Big and  Little  A War-Savings Certificate, provided  ** free of charge wilh your firat  War-Savings Stamp, hat spaces for  10 War-Savings Stamps.  A War-Savings Certificate with a  W-S.S. in each space is a Dominion  of Canada "bond" for the payment of  $50 on January 1st, 1924.  And you invest less than $41  to secure it���paying as it proves  convenient to you.  War-Savings Stamps cost $4.02  in March, $4.03 in April and  $4.04 in May.  Fill up your THRIFT Card (16  Thrift Stamps at 25c each). Thrift  Stamps eam no interest, but a filled  card represents $4 when you invest  in a War-Savings Stamp.  AT ALL MONEY-OBDEB POST OfFICES, BANKS, ETC. PAGE TWO  KBLOWNA  RECORD  Continuation of  Auction  -   OF   -  Messrs. Hawtrey and Green-  steds' Effects, on  Saturday, March 8th  At the Sample Rooms, beneath  Morrison Hall, Lawrence Ave.  Commencing at 2 p.m.  SPECIAL-New Edison Amberola arid 100  Blue Amberola Records, complete and in  good condition.  Stockwell's, Ltd. - Auctioneers  The "Club"  Barber Shop  R. H. Burnt, Prop.  Have Just added thc services  of a first-class assistunt, and  can give you better attention  than ever.  Oar Moth���  "CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY,  SERVICE"  lis  AUCTIONEER  ,  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatsmate* Furnished for all claaaea  of work  The   ..  Fish Market  AU kinds of Fresh Fish  in season-Salmon, Halibut, Herrings, Codfish,  Smelt, fitc. Crabs, Oysters and Shell Fish.  Nearly opposite  the Wharf   Phone 243  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KiiLOsVNA.  IFREE Admission  (Except Amusement Tax of 2 cent*)  To first episode of  Tbe Woman in the Web  For every Child accompanied  by an adult  KsUns Thsstrs, Tasi., Msr. 11  KELOWNH RECORD  Pursliahad svery Thursday at Kekrwim,  Britiah Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor aad Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  11.10   psr   rsarr   lie.,   sli   month..  Ualvs*  Slatss 10 osnts addJUoaal.  Subscribers at tas milu rats oaa taavs  sstra poDsr. raallsd to Meads at a distaaos  st HALF RATE. I.s.. Tl ssats nsr rsai.  This sDsrrlal wivllstr.   Is   rraatsd   lot   tks  rjarooss ot sdvsrtisins Iks silf *nd distriot.  ill sabsoruHloaa tmrsbl. la advaaes  ADVURTIStNU RATES  I DIXIE NOTICES.  PROt stSSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. fcfi font, osr cokata task osr srasfc.  LAND AND TIMBER N1IT1CE8-SO data. SSr  nil days 17.  WATER NOTICBS-W lor llvs lassrtloaa.  t.KllAI,  ADVERTISINO-Ftrst    iossritoa.    IS  OSDta  DSr   lias:   each   sabSSqasat   Insertion.  8  cents ner linn.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -t cools  osr  word    lirst  Insertion.   1   oent  osr  word  each snbasonsot Insertion.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Two  Ir  and under. BO osats osr inoh lirst lassrtioa  ovsr two inches 40 osnts per rooh lirst   In-  sertlon:   20 osnts osr Inch each  Insertion.  All ohanirss In contract advertlssnisata mast  be In ths lranrls ol ths orintsr br Tr  tivcninir to ensure publication U tha asat  issus.  VINOL MAKES  WEAK WOMEN  The idea of a pennant- nt memorial to thoae aoldiera Irom Kelowna  and diatrict who gave their lives  the supreme sacrifice, as we have  become accustomed to call it���in  the cause of their country, has, we  are pleased to note, been taken up  by the city council, and a definite  start given to the scheme by the  making of a substantial grant.  That we should commemorate  in some way the sacrifice these  men have made, is, we believe, the  opinion of everybody in the com  munity. In all ages of the world,  peoples savage and civilized have  not neglected to honor thoae who  fought and died for their common  interests. Whether the cause was  approved by later generations or  not, they had done their part and  given all they had, and it was only  fitting that their deeds should be  preserved as an inspiration to posterity.  In a comparatively isolated community like this, where the rising  generation see few monuments  calculated to inapiie the national  spirit, it is all the more necessary  that this duty be not neglected.  Apparently the only ground for  difference of opinion ia the form  which this memorial ahall take.  There is a disposition on the part  of some to deprecate the erection  of a monument as a useless expenditure and to favor instead the  building of a atructure for use as  club quarters and gymnasium���a  more or leas temporary structure  which could not be regarded as a  permanent memorial.  Goodness know* this city needs  some provision made for ita young  men���it is, in fact, possibly the  greatest need of the city to-day,  But a building alone will not supply thia need, and it seems to us  undesirable to mix this great object  with the idea of a memorial to the  dead. Neither purpose would be  adequately fulfilled by such a  course.  Let us treat thia memorial as a  thing apart���a symbol of homage  and appreciation to those who  have died, and a graceful tribute  of reaped to the mothera and wivea  and families whose loss is greatest  of all.  It is very neceisary that this thing  should be thoroughly discussed,  and we have pleasure in throwing  open our columns to anyone who  has any ideaa to preaent on the  aubject.  A movement is on foot to amend  the Prohibition Act to prohibit the  sale of essence of ginger, which is  claimed is largely used to put a  "kick" into near beer.  The Seed raised on the Dominion   Experimental   Farm  may  be purchased  through  the Farmers' Institute :���  Mangel       65clb.  Swede Turnip.. $1.15   ���  Field Carrot... $1,25   ���  Orders should be sent at once  to R. L. DALGLISH.  tAArV^AAfv^Al^^��^A^AAA/vvvvvvvvv  !  W.G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith    j  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164;Residence91  P. O. Box 22  Positive)���Convincing Proof  We publish the formula of Vinol  to prove convincingly that it haa the  power to create strength.  ]> Cod Llvor and Beef Psptonsa, Iron  r and Manganese Psptooatsa, Iron aad  Ammonium Citrate,  Lima and  Soda  Glycerophosphates, Caeeario.  Any woman who buys a bottle ot  Vinol (or a weak, run-down, nervous  condition and finds after giving It a  fair trial lt did not help her, will  have her money returned.  You see, there la no guess work  sbout Vinol, Its formula proves  there Is nothing like it for all weak,  run-down, overworked, nervous men  snd women and for feeble old people  and delicate children. Try it once  and be convinced.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.     Kslowna  =���*?  Correspondence  Orders for  Local  Scouts  te pncPARcD"     Kelowna Troop    Troop First;  Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.   March 4, 1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending March 15, 1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week, Eagles; next for duty, Otters,  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club-room on  Wedntday, March 12 at 7.15 p.m.  The usual basket-ball practices  will be held on Monday and Friday  evenings.  On Friday of this week we are  going to Summerland to play return basket-ball matches. At the  moment of writing we are not sure  what method of conveyance there  and back we shall adopt, but we  trust to get there somehow and  home again.  The time is now fast, approaching when we shall have to get our  1919 concert programme under  way, and aa usual we have to commence things by our annual piano  hunt. We ahould very n.uch appreciate any assistance any of our  friends might be able to give us in  locating, renting or lending us a'  piano for six weeks. We might  aay that the only person using the  piano is the accompianist for the  songs and drill; it is not uaed by  the scouts generally.  Scout Frank C. Latta, formerly  of Guvan Troop. Manitoba, has  been taken on the strength of the  troop and posted to the Wolf Patrol. Recruit J. A. Butler has applied to join the troop and is temporarily posted to the Eagle Patrol  for instruction.  At a Court of Honour held on  Saturday last, Acting Patrol Leader  Thomas Taylor and Scout L. Day  were given leave of absence until  they write their Matriculation examinations (or the R.N.C. of Canada and the B.C. University respectively. What with the Patrol,. ead-  er of the Wolves given leave of  absence, the Patrol Leader of the  Otters leaving town permanently,  and the Patrol Leader of the Owls  temporarily, we are going to run  short of leaders.  Any suggestions for our 1919  concert will be much appreciated.  We are hoping to call upon the  bugle band for a portion of the  programme and we have been requeated to repeat the little aketch  given five years ago "The Dentist's  Den." We have some good songs  provided, we can gel hold ol a  pianojor practising and we hope  to give an exhibition of different  method* of signalling. We regret  very much that we are apparently  going to be handicapped again by  not haying a suitable hall or stage  on which >.o give our programme.  READ THE  Vancouver Daily  Province  Saoe money by subscribing  or renewing��� Witb  Crawford & Company  Readers srs reminded that opinions expressed  in letters inserted under thia heading are aot neces*  ssrily endorsed by us. Letters should be ss brief as  possible and to the point.  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record. /  Dear Sir,���At the time of writing it  ia interesting to note the strong  feeling throughout the district in  favor of the petition which is being  circulated for signatures by the  Moderation League of Britiah Col  umbia.  One of the most striking features  is the strong support given by  women, both married and aingle,  In the district of East Kelowna up  to date seventy per cent, of the  votes cast are from the ladiea, this  fact readily disproves two old time  hallucinations, the one so often put  forward by the anti - woman's  suffrage individual, that there waa  no aense in giving women votes,  as they would never use them, the  other, frequently held up by the  "bone dry,, prohibition party that  women would never countenance  liquor in the home.  Possibly the strongest and moat  indisputable fact connected with  the present movement, and one  which influences both men and  women alike, ia the grosa injustice  of the present legislation. Recent  revelatior a have shown the act as  it stands ia unworkable and unfair,  it is class legislation of the rankest  degree, whereby the ordinary person of moderate means is deprived  of every-day privileges which do  not in any way affect the wealth)  class, and this is a point that every  free born British subject never has  and never will tolerate.  So long as there is one law for  the rich and another for the poor  what hope is there for peace.  GERTRUDE J. PERRY,  D. E. Gellatly, the well known  Okanagan farmer, has recently  submitted a proposal to the  G.W.V.A. whereby he offers to  give twenty or thirty returned soldiers a chance to work his farm on  a co-operative basis, splitting the  profits with him on a 50-50 plan.  The government has named a  committee consisting of three employees of the Land Settlement  Board, with B. E. Patterson as chairman, to visit British Columbia and  to ascertain the probabilities of the  Soldiei Settlement Board being  able to secure land of good quality  at a reasonable price for soldiei  settlement in this province. The  committee will call witnesaes to  establish facts aa to the possibilities  of different areas for successful  farming areas.  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notariea Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR or BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ingsTown and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  *     M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioll and Hqdraultc  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Surveys ��nd Report* on Imntioo Works  Applications for Water Licentea  KELOWNA. B.<Y  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickneu, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,  Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Aaiured  Residence corner of Pendozi & Lake Ave.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  .+  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box'110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the dm* to have  your.Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholst*r your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late wilh Kelowna Furniture Co.  Bicycle Repairs  Also repaira to Baby Carriages,  Gramaphones, and    Electrical  Appliances of all kinds.  We have a Very Complete Equipment  for general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  for Brass, Aluminum, Cast Iron  and Steel. Save broken castings  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  Agent for "M.ss.y'1 Bicycle.  Abbott Street, corner of Perk Ave.  Phone 34?  Do you know that the  Veterans'  Bowling  Alleys  ARE OPEN  Bernard H. Raymer   -   Mngr.  SYNOPSIS OP OOAL  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right* of th* 1_  In Manltobu, Saskatchewan and  ta, the Yukon Territory, tha Nq  Territories, and In portion of t  vlnce of British Columbia may]  ed for a term of twenty-one 4,  an annual rental of fl an aoa  more than 2,600 aores will be If  one applioant.  Applications for the lease _  made by the applicant In peraol  Agent or Sub-agent of the alf  which the right* applied for nrl  ed.  Each application muat be accL  ed by a fee of |6, whioh will bal  ed If the rights applied for  available, but not otherwise. ..  ty Bhall be paid on the merori  output of the mine at the rata  centa per ton.  In aurveyed territories the lal  be described by sections or leal  divisions of seotion*, and In unsl  territory the tract applied for r  staked out by the applioant hi  The person operating the mlfl  furnish the agent with awornl  accounting for the full quan  merchantable ooal mined and 1  royalty thereon. It the coal 1  rights are not being operated, aj  turns shall be furnished at lea]  a year. t  The leaae will Include the cot  Ing rights only, but the leasee 1  permitted to purchase whatevei  able surfaoe rights may be corf  necessary for the working of tf  at the rate ot $10 an aore.      f  For full Information appL  should be made to the SecreterjL  Department of the Interior, Ottl  to the Agent or aub-Agent of DaT  LandB.  w. w.  Deputy Minister of the I  (N.B.��� Unauthorised  publico.  this advertisement will not be pa]  The Veteran  Meat Mark  Ferguson Sc Jamea, Proprieti  Finest quality of Mutt  Beef, Pork, Veal,/Stc  Prices Right.    Cash and cany  an* yeu money  Phone 183 Bernard Ave  The KELOWNA THEATR  Saturday���Mabel Normand in "Back to the Woods," a comet  drams in which laughter vies with thrills.  TUESDAY-'The Woman in the Web."   The fi.  episode of a marvellous new serial photoplay.   Al  .  an excellent feature and a comedy.  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.!  Read the March Number of the  British Columbia  FARMER  (Formerly Fruit and Farm)  Official organ  of the United Fatmers of B.C.; B.C. Bee-,  keepers' Association; Interior Wool Growers; Jersey  Breeders' Association, and other organizations.  Editor and Manager, W. E. McTaggart  Secretary of lhe United Farmers of B.C.  Formerly Prairie Fruit Markets Commissioner  (or British Columbia.  MR. McTAGGART hu just assumed the management of the  B.C. Farmer. He ia well known throughout tha province aa  a "live wire" on agricultural subjects. Hia plana provide for giving  British Columbia farmers an agricultural journal of a standard equal  to any similar publication in Canada. The March issue it only *  foretaste of the good numbers to come.  Parti*! List of Special Article*  'Express Rstes in B.C.���  Comparison of Canadian  and U.S. Express Rates.  The Farmer's Wife���Her  Organizations on the  Prairies.  Every page brimful ot information on subjects in which  the man on the land in B.C. is interested.  Complete Report of Annual Convention of United Farmers of B.C. at  Kamloops.  Cheaper Powder for B.C.  Farmers.  Sample Copy Frss sn Request -Sesd Today  B.C. Farmer  Mr. McTaggart wants your tup-  port���your co-operation���in hia  effort to make the B.C. Farmer a ....  real help to thrfnrm.r. of &C Yorkthu* Building,  Subscription i f 1 per year. Vancouver, B.C 9191 ,d HmbM .xabaiuHT  "-"TC  uxojysi AHwoja��  ffuoii aw-  WT\W  .IsoM silt ol bssssibbo .elobnisT b-.leoS  ,bwbhO la b9vit*i3i 9\! liivi Jc-ronrrO lsltrs  iIjibiM  ilirU full ,i(��l)h3. nn'.TiBmrtt  fine Crepes come in  stripes and floral designs the colorings of  which are exceedingly  beautiful.       Select new.  Misses'and  Child  rens  Quality Shoes  YOU   CAN   BUY QUALITY  SHOES   AT   FAIR   PRICES.  We shall be pleased to show our selection of Children's,  Misses' and Small Boys' shoes to those who are about to  purchase.   We can assure you of the best possible value  in shoes that will give satisfaction in fit and wear.  Fine Box Calf Oxfords, in  shades of black and brown.  Good quality $3.95 to $4.75  Boys' Box Calf Shoes, in black  and brown, sizes 8-2. Priced  $4,75 pair  Cushion Sole Shoes for Children come in black and brown.  This ia our well known make of Pillow Welts and made on  nature-form laat       $3.75 to $4 50  Patent Strap Slippers, from  infants' sizea lo women's.  From $1.75 to $3.50  Black Shoes for school wear,  in Children's and Growing  Gills'sizes... $3.50 & $3.95  NEW SILK SWEATERS  The new Silk Sweaters just received come in excellent  colorings of Purple, Rose trimmed Grey, Green trimmed  Canary, White trimmed Black, Brown with striped cuffs  and collars, and the new colors of American Beauty and  Sand trimmed with American Beauty. These are excellent values at the present time & should be chosen early.  1/  . Li*ti reo   ,  PHONE  361  KELOWNA  CASH   ON  DELIVERY  Good Cedar POSTS, $20 per 100  THE JENKINS CO., LTD.        Phone 20  Vul  canisini  For a year, I have had my plant in operation. 1 have  made mistakes ��� who doesn't ?��� but ��� now, after a  year's work, I claim that we are able to turn out as  satisfactory a job as can be obtained anywhere ���  Vernon, Penticton, Kamloops, or even Vancouver.  Trade at Home - Here in Kelowna  Casings, Tubes, Rubbers, Hot Water Bottles  If its Rubber and its fixable, WE CAN FIX IT  Chevrolet Cars & Truck  Parts kept in stock Accessories for All Cars  Goodyear Tires and Tubes ,  Gasoline Oils Greases Coal Oil  The "OIL SHOP"  Corner Pendozi  and Lawrence  FREE AIR  Telephone  287  , %rs:;F..DiUBV'as'a1partefl:  ����' VatofciiiWiV y'eMeftlay?1";^"  .".rrno j ^ ..  MlSr.Tel.toxd relumed Saturday^  trom a visit to the coast.  ���%  fenr*?*   The 'yoiing -pe'dple :0'r ��� the 'Unil ed  Church arranged a sleighing pa rty  last night,  WOOD (Dry)  Single Rick    -   $3.25  Two or more -   $3.00  Car for Hire  i  up b ,p.bo<.-�� benniio 1" av:  li   r'.i'r  ) rnSMipnm >����! irll     .0011  ^'���'^ft'^rl^ ���BWnP  Nile 'yoiing -people W the Uni  urch arranged a sleighing ps  ..t night.  tr  ta.ie  Mr  I  the end M the preaent montl  The bull calf b\&mM}|  Cawthorne, which was cirallil  yesterday, was won by Mr. M.  Loane, with the number 164.  Names of trios- wishing 3 Ib  samples of aeed potatoea from the  Summerland Experimental Station  CSn still be given to Mr. R. L.  Dalglish.  Mr. C. E, Atkin and daughter  desire to express their sincere appreciation to friends for kindness  extended to them in their recent  bereavement.  A social and shower is to be  held to-night at the home of Mr.  and Mra. J. B. Knowles, in honor  of Miss Fanny Duggan, whose  wedding is shortly to be announced.  We are in reeeipt of a letter  trom Serg. G. R. S. Blackaby, whose  many frienda will be pleased to  hear he expects to be back again  inside three months.  Though a little tardy in putting  in an appearance, a snowplough  was nevertheless welcome on th.  main sidewalks yesterday morning. There were many privately-  owned improviaions ahead of it.  Mr. Homewood has shown us  large,molh caught in his workshop  yesterday morning. If. we could  get a swallow to accompany it we  might have some ground on which  ta build hopes that spring really  was nigh  The Scout basket-ball teama are  making the trip to Summerland  to-morrow afternoon in order to  play return matches with the local  teams Whilst the Kelowna boys  have got the scores already tabulated, the bare Suggestion may be  made that they might need a little  revision ere appearing in print I  An interesting sale of the effects  of Capt. Hawtrey waa held last  Saturday by Mr, J. C. Stockwell, and  was well attended. It waa found  impossible to complete the sale,  however, and it is arranged to continue it next Saturday afternoon at  the same place.  War Veterans Elect  Officers  The annual meeting of the local  branch of the Great War Veterara'  Association was held Saturday  eqening. Owing to the inclement  weather there waa not a very large  attendance.  The officers elected were as follows : Pres., J. C. Anderson; 1st  Vice-Pres., J. Inglis ; Sec.-Tieas.,  T. M. Anderson ; Executive, G, N.  Kennedy, Geo. Reith and A. C.  Anderson.  On vacating the chair the retiring  president, G. Kennedy, gave a  brief resume of the work done  during the past year. The new  president followed thia with a plea  for the hearty support of all the  members during the coming twelve  months, as this would be a red  letter year in the history of the  Association.  lt might be mentioned that the  Association has now a membership  of 56 and is steadily growing. The  linancial statement showed funds  on hand of something over $400.  U  t<  iMta'iiaMWftgg  PAOKsi  ���i-nt? B���TT"  r. Cjore was \a passenger  VernqniTjassday. 0j y  Mrs t-iiigin, wh'o'..haa beettf at  ing wilfi -Hfs. J. Nfff hompsUff.  Tue.d$$r Victof. y  GetV Reith wasx'e passenger  Vanc6iJvt* Mondty. IX    j  Mr. aWi* Mr* A.I Good,left) Mo  day'de- a visit to the coast, /  I ^���Afrvj^.kW^h^!  ''tf^npFMfljS&nsbnnllJ  A pretiyliul* dispute it in pro  gress at Penticton over the will I o  'the late Chief EdwastU.    -:  snlnv -hIi 0| ..,,,,   !,, flnrfl Isl��  Mr. R. A. Walker desires, to; iei  press his deep., gratitude for thi  kindness of so many friends W tb1  great loss which he haa sustains!  in the death of hia wife.  Lieut. A. M. Gordon of Vancouver is enjoying a few weeka holiday  in lhe Okanagan after over four  years overseas, and is the guest of  his aunt, Mrs. Mathison.  Mr. A. G. Williams, a pleaaing  bass singer, who is at present in  the city will sing at both services  in the United Church next Sunday,  Ten miles of the main channel  will be constructed this season on  the government irrigation project  in the Oaoyooa district on the land  recently purchased from the Southern Okanagan Land company  This information was given out  this week by Mr. F. H. Latimer, of  Penticton, who has received the  appointment of project engineer  from the provincial government.  Mr. Latimer will have charge of  the installation of the irrigation  system and Will have associated  with him as his assistant Major  Earle, of Vancouver, who arrived  this week and is now on the scene,  Engineer E. C. Cleveland, of  Vancouver, who made the inspection of the land for the government,  and who it was thought would  have the work in charge along with  Mr. Latimer, haa been appointed  water rights comptroller, and Mr.  Latimer has become chief engineer  on the project.  o  ANNOUNCEMENTS  The Ladies Hospital Aid Society  will hold a sewing bee at the home  of Mr*. P. B. Willits on Thursday  afternoon,March 13th at 2 o'clock.  Next Sunday morning the Rev,  W. Arnold Bennett will continue  preaching on the aigna of the  Time*, taking for his topic "Where  Satan's Throne is " At the evening  service his subject wiil be "Water  from the Smitten Rock." The  Ordinance of Believers' Baptism  will be administered at the evening  service.  "The Saturday Evening Post" for  less than five centa a copy, $2.50 a  year; "The Country Gentleman"  for less than four cents a copyv  $1.75 a year; including postage.  A. R. Dorais, authorized agent, 632  Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C.  Htf  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Haivey,  Duggan & Daviea to look after  my intereiti in Kelowna and  district, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  Thit experience has covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle. Farm, Implements and Household Furniture. 1 am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such at Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan &  Davies.  G. H. KERR  OUR  Customers know full well  what we can do for them  in the way of bringing the  selling price of shoes nearer to the actual cost���cutting out all unnecessary expense (which a customer  ha* to pay for). We want  others who have not yet  been our customers, to know  it.   SEE THE WINDOW  DARK, the Shoeman  Quick  Repairs, Good Work  Opposite Royal Bank  PLANET fyfldij ^bm^mP^TQRS  nn ii iYij "���' I'" ""''"'���l '-"���"  Wagons. One and Two Horse  Y AQmogi^^iJOTo tff%     ^  SpringToo^lHP^'Wr HarrTws   '  Diamond Harrows       Disc Harrows, 8, 10, 12-plate  We haveMJ'&o. tttA^'cQ-rlti&dMry at any time  itiiiiniM iiinj 6 lA  We are still selling DeLAVAL  SEPARATORS   '���  h V   ...   .,1-   ���>,!   .,1,,..    .,  .    :,.   >,*,l   ,.l    ���.�����   ..Ml,. I  W. R.GLENN %'36N  Pendozi Street AGENTS Phone 150   |  lir-ii, 'r-jq ,;" ,iiiil...ir  r..Jl.,.,'l U./l  .Ir,.,/ l..,-,r3il,n'l   ' Si  II) .���,  ,(mr.,ill,.1 i,->v.,r,|im) .,li,ni���l   i.l, ^H  ojaln , !   l-v.,'1 v.11r��� II  s ,T*brToW irarbaraO ,rn.nll  ).lonirT  ibroO  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  The CHEVROLET  BABY GRAND TOURING CAR  Represents more CAR for your monev than any other model  on the market, lt will be to your advantage to aee this Car  before you buy.  Baby Grand-37 h.p  $1350      |l  490-B 27h.P  $ 895  Truck 37h.p  $1575  F.o.b. Oshawa  I  For a'car that will give you long aervice at a amall operating cost  H .G  5ee M. A. ALSGARD  AGEJJT  KELOWNA  Woodcraft (  Premises on Lawrence  t  Manufacturing Co.  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractor*' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Gooda of all kinds  bought or aold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repairedjfcnd overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  Tomato  LISTEN!  ers  .6V, fl   3W  My Tomato  Plants this season  are  grown  from a  new strain of seed, a sport  from Spark's Earliana.  The originator claima it ia.the earliest red tomato to  date.   On heavy soil last season it matured with ua  the same  time  as Sunnybrook  Earliana, but in all  other respect* it was all the enthusiastic   originator  claimed���smooth and firm, of a bright scarlet color  right up to the stem.     As a Canning Tomato it haa  all the earmarka of a winner.  I am doing a cash business this - season and  have, therefore, reduced the prices as follows:  Seedling Tomato Plants - - $1 per 1,000  Transplanted      |Y"^ - JSfsjr i,000  Isl^&cW&G KA  ALSO THE-TOttOWING PMNTS^Early Express, Copenhagen Market and A utumn King Cabbage ; GoldemSeK.I3U.jchi.-ifc Celery; Lettuce Plants;  Early Snowball Cauliflower and Pepper Plants.   jj  P. E. CAMPBEI!r-!  Plantsman.   P.O. Box 538  Greenhouse ana^mffieS-MaTSey Avenue East '-Ksfawna  .swu.vr.arsVTra irjisTrnmriirii'SSBTMsassasMMlsSBS.  V  / I'AGB FOUR  KBLOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, March 6,1919  THE   FIRST  GRAND CONCERT  In aid of the funds of the Great  War Veterans, will be given on  ST.  PATRICK'S  DAY  March 17th, 1919  IN KELOWNA THEATRE  At 8 p.m. prompt  Ticket*   may   be   had   at  Crawford's, Trench's or Willits'  stores, the I.O.D.E.or Irom any of llie Great War Veterans  BANKO  SEEDS  Pedigreed North Weal Dent Corn, germination % per cent...       .15 per lb.  Quebec 28 Seed Com               .15 ,-,  Banku Tomato (improved Earliana), grrmination 99 per cent. $6.00 ,,  Bonny Bett Tomato      6.00 ,,  Bean. Canadian Wonder, germination 92 per cent 14 ���  Carrot, Oxheart      2.00  Garden Beet, Detroit       1.50 ���  Onion, Yellow Globe Dunveia (apecial selection), g^erm. 91 p.c.     6.00 ���  Melon, Hoodoo (special selection)       2.50 ���  Radish, Scarlet Turnip, Wliite Tipped, germination 99 p.c...      1.50 ���  10-cent packets of  the above can h$ obtained at the  McKenzie Company store.  BANKHEAD   ORCHARD   CO.,  LTD., Kelowna  Division        Enrolment        Percentage  1.  II.  111.  IV.  V.  VI.  VII.  VIII.  IX.  X.  XI.  26  26  35  37  36  37  34  36  39  37  34  91.65  93.00  96.14  94.78  91.10  94.51  95.71  92.63  94.79  91.40  86.62  13  II  22  27  21  22  16  24  23  17  9  Total enrolment���379.  Average percentage���92.94.  Division IV. (Miss Page's) receives the Nelson Shield for the heat  attendance this month.        ��  The pupils of the school now  hold thrift stamps to the value of  $96. Over fifteen dollars worth  were sold last week by Miss Page  in the school office. The junior  grade joined in last week and the  totals by grades are: senior, $35 ;  intermediate, $45 ; junior, $16.  BANKOFMQNTRRAI  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  COLLECTIONS  The Bank of Montreal���  with its Branches touching  all parts of Canada, and with  Correspondents throughout  the commercial world���  assures efficient and economical service in making  Collections.  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt.. British Columbia [tranches.  VANCOUVER.  P.   DoMonllu,   Manager,   Kclowaa  Brined.  BRANCHES IN OKINACAN DISTRICT  Arailnrng.      -      P.allctos,      -      SunsMrlsaJ,  Enderby,  Princeton,  Vernon.  NEW STYLE  FOR LADIES  Haoe just arrioed from the  makers-" exclusive" designs  remarkable values  $35  Come in and see them  J. F. Fumerton & Co.  w  ���aOCTiSIUs:  For QUICK Action  LIST   YOUR   PROPERTY FOR  SALE  WITH THE  Ok  anagan  Brok  erage  We have buyers for Modern Houses,  Bearing Orchards, Cattle Ranches  and Dairy Farms  NOTHING TOO LARGE  NOTHING TOO SMALL  The Okanagan Brokerage  "OPPOSITE THE WHARF"  Phone 116 KELOWNA P.O. Box 116  Fire at Vernon Cannery  Fire which broke out Monday  afternoon at tho Vernon cannery  did damage to the extent of $10,-  000. The low consisted of about  four cars of canned gooda, a quantity of box material and white beans  ready for canning. The lire ia  supposed lo have originated in the  office.  --<r-  Mr. A. G. Williams of New Westminster, representative of the  Broder Canning Company, is registered at the Palace Hotel.  The Okanagan  FOR SALE: Modern House  6 rooms and bath, close in  on Pendozi. Cheap for cash.  Desirable House, corner of  Bernard Ave. and Ethel St.,  7 rooms, with garage, stable,  6tc. Lot 200 x 120. Price  for quick sale $4,000. Terms  to suit.  For lull particulars apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  1 OPPOSITE THE WHARF"  Phone 116  [ WANTED! )  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, Young Pig*, two montht old,  Apply Henry Burtch. IQtf  TIMOTHY nnd Clover Hay, Alfalfa, Su.  gar Beeti and White Carrots; R.-C.  Rhode Island Eggi for hatching, $2 a  sitting, Orders taken how for Day Old  Chicks, 25c each. Excellent Cockerels  for breeding. Bond, Rutland, phone  3504. I5.8P  TEN   TONS  OF   CORN   STALKS   for  ���ale, cheap.   Apply Henry Bgrtch.  I4tf  FOR SALE, Alfalfa, in stack, $20 per ton  A. E. Latta, Elliaon. 15-8p  FOR SALE, Ranch, 11 acres, 8 in orchard,  well-built houae, two miles from Kel-  owna Post Office. Apply G, E. Seon,  junior, Kelowna. 15-7  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed Tenders, addreaaed to the Post-  maater Gsneral, will be received at Ottawa,  until noon, on Friday, the 28th March,  1919, for the conveyance of Hia Majesty'a  Mails, on a proposed contract for four  yeara, three timea per week over Kelowna  Rural Route No. I, from tht; lat July next.  Printed notices, containing further information aa to conditiona of propoaed contract, may be seen and blank forma of  Tender may ba obtained at thePoat Office  of Kelowna, and at the office of the Poet  Office Inspector, Post Office Inspector's  Office, Vancouver, B.C  J. F. MURRAY.  14th February, 1919. Pott Office  14-8 Inspector.  Hatching Eggs  Buff Orpingtons and  White Wyandottes  (Heavy Winter Layers)  $3 and $5 per setting of" 15  Phone 4704 or 214  16-8p  SPECIAL  FREE TRIAL  LOT FOR SALE on Pendozi Street, 66.  foot frontage.- Lot 3, block 20, map 830.  Price $275 for quick sale. Apply Chas.  Tucker, Rutland.   Phone 3112.     IS.6p  FOR SALE, at Okanagan Mission, small  house and two acres, on main road.  Good trucking land. Apply R. L. Dal*  glish, Boa 125, Kelowna. 16-7  FOR SALE, Style 64, Mason fc Riach  Piano, almost new, cost $500. Will take  $370 for quick sale. J. L. Dobbin,  Westbank. I6.7p  FOR SALE, Alfalfa Hay, about six tons,  in stack, at Rutland. J. McMillan, Box  400. 16.8  HOUSES WANTED  WANTED, immediately, three, four or  live-roomed House, fully or partly furnished. No children. Addiea P.O. Box  668, City.  TO RENT  TO RENT, on north-west side of town  two shacks. Apply J. Rossi, P.O. Box,  110. I3.6p  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, on to my Ranch about February Ist.'.bay Filly, two yeara old, black  lags, small white star in forehead, no  brand visible. If not claimed within 30  days will be sold. S. T. Elliot, Rutland.  Phone 3108. I6tf  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will be received up to March  I Ith for the position of Auditor of the  Company's books for year ending January  31st, 1920. 15-6  KELOWNA GROWERS' EXCHANGE  The Moderation League  KELOWNA  BRANCH  A Meeting of the Kelowna Branch of  the Moderation League will be held in  the Morrison Hall on Monday evening,  March I Oth, at 8 p.m. All membera and  those wishing to become membera please  attend.  The Provisional Executive have appointed Mr. Ellis Murdoch secretary, who will  be pleased to furnish information to those  wishing for same.  Eggs For Setting  Settings of Eggs of best, carefully-graded laying "strain S.-C. White Leghorn and  Buff Orpington. Alao a few Brood Hens  for sale.   Apply  AXEL EUTIN, Rutland.  15.0  We will send thia new EDISON  DIAMOND  AMBEROLA and a  selection from our 4,000 unwearabla  Blue Amberol Records to your  home for Five Days' FREE TRIAL  Particulars snd Pries List Frss  The Hood Stationery Co.  Edison Distributors for uWOksrtvssaa  VERNON, B.C.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  CREAM PRICES I  from Jan. 1st, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  SEEDS  FERTILIZERS  SPRAY  Ws carry the most complete stock in Kelowna.     If you want  anything we haven't in itock, we'll get it for you.  Samson Feed Flour; better than Middlings  Car juit in.    Get a aupply while it lasts.  BABY CHICK FOOD, in Packet or Bulk  No I Timothy Hay or No I Timothy & Clover $40 ton  No. I Alfalfa, Second cutting, nice and green $37 ton  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Free City Delivery Phones: Office 37 ; Feed Store 29  1  SfeJaVd  yKENNIES SEEDS  Produce Victory Cropr  NINKlCl  CUHlCtlOHf  ��*�����(����� Sis?1-'  TH\% Rennie Catalogue for  1919 it brimful of information and suggestions on the  growing of flowers and vegetables. Beautifully illustrated  in colors, this catalogue is truly  valuable as a gardening guide.  It shows you the practical results obtained by planting tested seeds, and it proves to you  the best kind of seeds to buy.  Use theRennieCatalogue  as a Ready Reference  Make your selection of seeds from It���  then go to your dealer and have him fill  the order. If he cannot supply you with  all you require write HI direct  To safeguard our customers all Rennie's  Seeds are tested at oar trial ground.  This insures that buyers of Rennie's  Seeds get nothing but the very beat,  If you haven't received a copy of our  1919 Catalogue, writs for one to-day.  ,RENNIE  C0MRANY  THE  yiLLIAMl^L/1 XI Xil^LINITED  872   GRANVILLE 8T.       VANCOUVER    BC.  ALSO AT   WINNIPEG  TOHONTO  MONTREAL.  BB���BE


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