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 d He;**!  VOL. IV.  Meeting of  City Council  City  Wrll Provide Public Incinerator  The council met Monday afternoon thia week instead of morning  owing to the fact that several of  the aldermen had to serve on the  jury at the inquest on the body of  the murdered police constable.  The first item of correspondence  to be read was a letter from Messrs.  Mather Yuill and Co., electricians,  who had been asked to make a  test of the faulty generator at the  power house. They reported that  the generator fulfilled the makers'  guarantee in all respects but that of  heating in one particular spot.  They had recommended the Canadian Westinghouse Co, to supply  an entirely new stationary part to  the machine in place of attempting  repairs on the spot, which would  probably cause some delay.  The resignation was received  and accepted of Mr. Ceo. Goldsmith, fireman at the power house,  who had to give up night work on  his doctor's recommendation.  Mr. K. F. Oxley made application for permission to place three  wooden tie posts in front of his  store. The request was made the  text for a little discussion on tie  posts generally.  Aid. Copeland said he would  like to see the tieposts banished  altogether from the streets as they  were a cause of mess and untidiness, but he did not see how it  could be done.  Mayor Jones said he disapproved  at any rate of using wood for the  purpose, as being insanitary and  liable to spread such diseases as  distemper. He thought that if  posts were allowed they ;hould be  of metal or of concrete.  Rings in the sidewalks were  suggested but considered dangerous owing to horses getting their  front feet over the rope.  ' It was finally decided to give the  necessary permission but to recommend that in place of wood two-  inch iron pipe be used set in  cement, and with a " T " on top.  A letter of complaint from Mr.  Ernest Clement, respecting the  alleged effect of drainage work  near the exhibition ground, done  by the council, was read as  follows :���  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.  bear any expense of draining private properly.  The subject was then dropped.  The following accounts were  handed to the finance committee  for payment r  Wm. Palmar, 15 days' work in park 45.00  Max Jenkins, special   police  duty 2.50  Claud Newby         2.50  Wm. Craze, work on streets 10.60  J. Smith  10.80  F. Swanaon ��� ��� ��� 10.60  O.D.Campbell ��� ��� 2.00  Wm. Mills, polea for electric light 104.50  R, Sutherland, constable's salary . 90.00  W. A. McCubbin, night constable's  salary   Wm, Paisley, scavenging  P. T. Dnnn, assist, clerk's salary  G. H. Dunn, clerk's salary  ��� petty cash -  Power, house pay sheet -  Dr. Keller, rent of council chamber  $1.50 Per Annum.  70.00  ��� 166.66  60.00  130.00  16.37  535.00  15.00  James Sent Up On  Murder Charge  Inquest on Murdered Constable  and Re-examination of  Prisoners  To tha Mayor and Council,  Dear Sire,--  I would like to draw your attention to  the work dons by the city in draining certain properties bordering on Ethel street.  A ditch lias been dug aa far aa the alough  which runa through Mr. Allen Wilson's  sub.diviaion, and as thia slough passes  through my property (Block 43) and haa  not sufficient outlet to tha lake it ia backing up and consequently making it very  unpleasant for ua. I would be pleased if  you would give this your early consideration. ' Your, truly,  ERNEST L. CLEMENT  Aid. Copeland considered that  there could be uo kick so far as the  council was concerned. The water  in that neighbourhood was caused  by an old water course, and all  they had done to prevent the flooding of the street had been to intercept the water at one point of this  courae and lead it along the street  in a ditch, returning it to the same  courae lower down. Their work  would not cause the water to -back  up at all.  Mi Gillis Hunjford was present  snd aa an interested land owner  had some remarks to make on the  subject. He contended that in  former years the slough had run  dry in summer, but now owing to  the work of either the council or  the A. and T. Association in the  exhibition grounds the water had  backed up and formed a stagnant  pond which would be very unhealthy in the hot weather. He  wanted the council to take steps to  have it drained.  Objection was raised to this,however, which it was contended  would be draining private property,  work which should be done by the  .owners. The responsibility was  not up to the city, and to undertake the work would be introducing  a Wrong principle.  Aid. Blackwood made the suggestion that the city supply the  draining tile, while the owners of  the land affected did the work.  Aid. Taylor, however, contended  that ths city had no business to  In explanation of the items for  special police duty, an interesting  little matter came to light. It appears thar last week a shotgun and  a loaded revolver Avere found hidden under a shed behind the Furniture Co.'s store. Aa the police  had a suspicion that this might be  part of a plot to release the two  prisoners held for the shooting of  Constable Aston it was deemed  advisable to swear in two special  constables to watch the place  Nothing, however, came of it, and  it is probable the articles had been  stolen.  By-law 105, to amend the Pool-  Room By-law, and 106, to amend  the Building By-law, were reconsidered and finally passed.  A sub-division plan of Blocks 10  and I I was approved subject to  the granting of a right-of-way for  a pole line.  Aid. Copeland brought up the  question of an incinerator for the  city. Aid. Blackwood and he had  looked over the city's ground near  the power house and considered  there was sufficient room for the  erection of an incinerator ��' the  north-west corner of the powerhouse. There would be sufficient  money left out of what the by-law  had provided for the implement  shed, and he thought the work  should be done at once.  Mayor Jones agreed that an incinerator was a much needed improvement. There was a great  amount of rubbish around town in  the shape of old packing cases,  straw etc., which should be cleared away from the backs of the  stores. If a place was provided  where all this could be burned  there would be no excuse for ihe  untidiness which is at present apparent.  Aid. Copeland said that a good  incinerator could be built of firebrick with a concrete foundation.  In answer to a question from  Aid. Taylor as to who would look  after it, there were several suggestions advanced. The best plan, it  was considsred, would be to allow  anyone to haul rubbish there free  of charge, provided they saw that  it was properly burnt. If this plan  did not work and the privilege  was abused, then the city would  have to pay someone to do the  work and make a charge for the  use of the incinerator to cover  his  The tragic affair which has been  the subject of the keenest interest  all over the valley, and for which  Walter B. James and his associate  Wilson were sent up for trial, the  one on charges of robbery and attempted murder and the other  with escaping from lawful custody  on the 19th of March, took on a  new and more serious complexion  last Tuesday bv the death at the  Kelowna Hospital of the victim of  the outrage. Constable C. H. Aston  of Penticton.  The body of the unfortunate man  was taken to Penticton Friday by  the boat, being interred the following day. Mr. Aston was a member  of the Masonic order and the coffin  was accompanied to the boat by  members of the local lodge, and  was also buried at Penticton with  all Masonic rites and ceremonies.  The funeral was a semi, public one  and waa attended bv navy and  army officers and also by the Boy  Scouts.  The Inquest  The inquest which had been delayed in order to secure the attendance of witnesses, and also the  return of the two prisoner's from  Kamloops, who had to face the  new charge of murder, was held  Monday morning. The proceedings were of a somewhat formal  nature and consisted chiefly of going over carefully the evidence  which had been given at the hearing the week before.  James, himself refused to make  any statement, but Wilson repeated his former story of his share in  the matter.  The verdict of the jury read by  Mr. Blackwood, the foreman, was  as follows: " We find that Constable G. H. Aston met his death by  a bullet wound in the head, and  we believe that the shot was fired  by Walter Bovd James."  Jamee Charged with Murder  Night-Lettergrams Can  Now Be Sent From  Kelowna  One of the serious handicaps  which resulted from the somewhat  anomalous position in which Kelowna is placed ao far as telegraphic  service is concerned by the fact  that the C. P. R. system ends at  Vernon, and the government owns  the short line between that city and  our own, has been removed during  Sunday School  Convention  Delegates From All Parts of  Valley Attend Meetings in  Knox Church  Some 88 delegates from all parts  of the valley attended the eighth  annual convention of the Okanagan District Sunday-School Asso  the pastweek, in the extension  of I ��Jalio"'wnicl? w���":8 held at Kelowna  ,t :_.;!        ft.    <    r.i    .. ..IT 1  the privilege of "night-lettergrams"  to Kelowna. This service, which  is of the greatest convenience to  business men, allowing, as it does,  the wiring of fifty words after a  certain hour for the cost of ten  during the day, has been out of  reach of Kelowna people owing  to the fact that the C. P. R. refused  to take the messages for transmission in that way either by 'phone  or from the government wire. This  disadvantage has been the subject  of agitation by the Board of Trade  for a considerable period, but up  lo this week without effect. The  efforts of that body however are  now to be rewarded, judging by a  telegram received yesterday from  Mr. L. A. Palmer, Superintendent  of Telegraphs at Kamloops, stating  that arrangements have been made  for the extension of the night-lettergram service to Kelowna. There  will still, however, be the usual additional twenty-five cents to pay  from Kelowna to Vernon.  wages.  It was pointed out that before  the surplus money from the inple-  ment shed by-law could be used,  it would be necessary to put  through a by-law authorizing the  council to divert the money to the  new purpose.  Aid. Blackwood stated that he  had been making investigations respecting the shade trees which had  been supplied to the city last year.  He had found that the Central  Okanagan Compaay while disclaiming any responsibility had  offered to stand good for 10 per  cent, of the purchase price, and  that instead of replacing the dead  trees they would pay the amount  in cash.  The council decided to accept  this offer.  Aid. Blackwood mentioned that  a meeting had been called by the  A & T Association for Saturday to  discuss whether the new exhibition  building was to be put in the present grounds or in the park. He  would like the council to take the  matter into consideration, and as  many of the members as possible  attend the meeting.  The matter was discussed in an  informal way but no definite conclusion arrived at.  The meeting then adjourned until Monday nest  At 2.30 in the afternoon a preliminary  hearing on the new charge of murder waa  held.  In view of the evidence collected for  the former hearing there was very little to  do but go carefully over the same ground  very little that was new being added. The  witneaaea examined were Herbert Hinton,  night watchman on the s.s. " Okanagan,"  Chief Constable Roche, of Penticton, Con.  stable Pope, of Penticton, who haa been  temporarily appointed to fill the murdered  officer's place, A. G. Macdonald, mate of  the " Okanagan," Mr. Stovell, a waiter,  Conatable Tooth and Dr. Huycke.  The charge of murder was preferred  against Jamea alone, both the evidence and  James' own atory at the former hearinji.  practically absolving Wilson from any  share in either the shooting or the hold-up.  Wilson waa examined as a witneas and  repeated hia former atory of how he had  fallen in with Jamea on the way to Penticton, and had been arrested with him snd  Jiut on tha boat for Kelowna. In the cabin  amea had aaked Conatable Aston for a  drink of water and when the latter had  turned round again had covered him and  finally ahct him with a '22 revolver. After  freeing himaelf and witness he compelled  him to eacape with him.  Thia atory James himself at the first  hearing had corroborated but now refused  to make any atatement.  Jamea waa finally committed for trial at  the seeizee for murder, the only charge  against Wilson being that of escaping  from custody  The prisoners left the following morning  for Kamloops in charge of Constable  Simeon, of Kamloops and formerly of  Kelowna.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own rori.spondenl)  The first shipment of spring  vegetables grown in the open went  out on Wednesday, April 3rd.  Messrs. Seeley, Ramsay and Lee  returned Saturday last from a short  visit to the south country.  The Rev. D. E. D. Robertson  will hold a service here on Tuesday  morning next, at 9.30 a.m.  The opposition in the Provincial  House will consist of two Socialists  instead of one as reported last  week. First returns showed lhat  Parker Williams had lost his seat  at Newcastle, but that proved later  to be incorrect. He was elected  by a narrow majority. He and  Place, of Nanaimo, will therefore  I constitute the opposition.  A meeting of the Kelowna Merchants Association will be held in  Raymer's Small Hall on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Any  persons interested are invited to  attend.  W. Harvey was the winner of  the silver .up at the indoor rifle  range last week, J. Conway running second and getting the silver  medal. Both men scored I 10  points out of a possible 120, W.  Harvey winning ihe resultant tie.  W. Hewlett won the low prize  with a score of 6 points.  The services at St. Michael's  church on Easter Sunday will be  of a special character with Easter  music by the choir. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 7 and  8 a.m. Matins and Holy Communion at 11 a.m. and Evensong at  7.30 pro. Good Friday services  will be held at 10 a.m.. and 3 and  7.30 p.m.  Frederic Arthur Montague Bertram Jenkins contributed $25 and  costs to the treasury today as a  sequel to being called before Magistrate Boyce to answer the charge  of discharging a rifle within the  city. Some of the shots he fired  for his amusement narrowly missed  a lady.  Mr. Hereron has called our attention to the dangerous practice  of building dams across Mission  creek during the fall when the  water supply is running short, and  leaving them there. In case of a  heavy spring flood considerable  damage might be done by the  consequent backing up of the  water. Proper headgates should  be put in.  The dramatic society have been  obliged to abandon the idea of  producing the " Yoemen of the  Guard," and it is desired that all  copies of the work should be returned at once to Crawford's store,  or to Mr. D. W. Crowley.  A general meeting of the Racing  and Athletic Association ia called  for Saturday evening next in Raymer's small hall at 7.45 p.m.  Mr. Axel Eulin managed to  elude the vigilance of his many  friends who were on the lookout  for an interesting ceremony, by  getting away quietly last Tuesday  week to Vernon, where he was  quietly married to Miss Sadie  Nelson of Kelowna. The happy  couple were the recipients of many  congratulationa on 'heir return.  Mr. Geo. Royle left this morning  for a visit to the Old Country. His  place in Lequime's store has been  taken by Mr. Morgan.  Birth  DOLSEN.-On March 30, to the  wife of Mr. LeRoy E. Dolaen, a  son.  ..,      . ...��,     ............    i.l   IV,   l.'VV H.l  Tuesday and Wednesday of this  week. In addition to the delegates  who represented Sunday-Schools  at Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon,  Wood's Lake, Rutland, Ellison,  Peachland, Naramata.Summerland,  Penticton ad Kelowna, a large  number of local friends were present at the various sessions, which  were of an extremely interesting  and helpful character.  The first day's business was  opened Tuesday afternoon, the  president for the past year, Mayor  J. W. Jones, presiding. Following  devotional exercises, led by Mr.  J. A. Bigger and the Rev. D. J.  Welsh, the Rev. John Robson, B.A.,  of Vernon, delivered an address  on'' The Sunday-School in relation  to the Christian Conquest of B.C.,"  dealing in an exhaustive and comprehensive way with the fundamentals of Sunday-School work,  and the high ideals before the  teacher.  The Rev. J. W. Davidson, B.D.,  spoke on "Jesus, the Teacher,"  under the heading of "Bible Talks."  The provincial general secretary,  the Rev. I. W. Williamson, introduced the subject of " The Superintendent," upon which a kind ol  round table conference took place,  ively and profitable discussion  being the result.  The vocal selections were provided by Mr. Crowcroft.  In the evening the proceedings  commenced with a song service  led by the choir of Knox church  followed by devotional exercises  conducted by the Rev. A. W. K.  Herdman.  Mayor Jones in his presidential  address welcomed in a hearty  manner the delegates to Kelowna.  His words were full of encouragement and good wishes for the work  of the convention and Association  generally, and of optimism for the  future,  A duet was sung by Messrs.  Crowcroft and Williamson.  Next can.e an address from Mrs.  Dr. McKay, of Vancouver, the  Superintendent of the Elementary  Department of the Provincial Association, and a specialist on the subject of elementary Sunday-School  teaching. Mrs. McKay's subject  was " The Cradle Roll and the  Beginners," and it was handled  with clear evidence of expert  knowledge of the needs of the  little ones. The lecturer suffered  somewhat from the disadvantage  of a bad cold, but the talk was  listened to with the greatest attention, and highly appreciated by all.  After an anthem by the choir,  the Rev. I. W. Williamson spoke  on " The Sunday-School Teacher  In and Out of the Sunday School,"  in a well-prepared and well-delivered address.  Wednesday morning session was  the business meeting of the convention and consisted mainly of  the secretary-treasurer's report, the  reports of the resolutions committee  and the nominations committee.  The following resolution was  adopted :���  " We. as a convention desire to express  gratitude to Almighty God for the steady  advance taking place in the cause of Tern,  perance and Moral Reform, and to put  ouraelvea on record once more aa diamel.  rically opposed to the organized liquor  traffic. Pending the enactment of a meas.  ure giving a Provincial Local Option Law  which we believe is long overdue, wa  stand ready to welcome a well-considered  campaign with this object in view. We,  aa a Sunday School Association, will direct the attention of thoae in authority  and in places of responsibility to the circulation of immoral literature among youth  aa revealed in recent investigations of our  courts, and whereas the Dominion govern,  ment has enacted a law for the safeguard,  ing of youth from the tobacco habit which  containa clauaea making it illegal to sell,  give or furnish any person under sixteen  years of age, any cigarettes or cigarette  papers whether for his own use or not,  We, the S. S. teachera, miniatere and officiate resolve to see aa far aa in ua lies that  that law shall be enforced in our own  localiliea."  The   officers   elected    for   the  ensuing year were as follows;���  Hon.   President���A.   L   Fortune  (Enderby).  President- J. W. Glover (Vernon)  Vice-President���J.   G.   C.   White  (W. Summerland).  Sec.-Treas.���H. D. Riggs (Vetnou).  Education Dedartment  Rev. D. J. Welsh (Kelowna).  Mission Department  Mrs. J. M. Elliott (Peachland).  Primary Department  Mrs. L. E. Stroul (Vernon)  Moral Reform Department  Rev. John Robson (Vernon).  Representative to Provin. Absii.  J. W. Jones (Kelowna).  The heads of the Adult Department and   Extension   Department  were left to be filled later.  The rest of the session was  devoted to devotional exercises,  led by the Rev. Mr. Pattison, Bible  talk by Mr. Geo. E. Boyer, an  address by Mr. J. Ball, President  of the Provincial Association, and  a solo by Mr. Crowcroft.  In the afternoon Mrs. G. O. Fallif,  of Penticton, gaye an interesting  demonstration blackboard address,  in which she was assisted by one  of her scholars.  The Rev. W. Vance, of Rutland,  in   his   Bible  talk  spoke   on   the  Parable of the Vineyard " in its  bearing on Sunday-School wi rk.  The Rev. F. W. Hardy, D.D.,  of Summerland, gave an imp> rtant  address on " The Teachers' Equipment," handling his subject in a  highly instructive manner.  At the close of the sess'on Mrs.  McKay taught a class of about 30  children and demonstrated totl ose  who rared to remain how to open  and close a primary class and I ow  to teach them during the session.  It was wonderful to see how Mrs.  McKay could make adults en er  ito the spirit of the children.  Later the delegates repaired to  the Sunday-School hall where the  ladies had prepared a feast winch  was thoroughly appreciated, which  fact was proved by the zest with  which the delegates despatched  the good things.  Mr. D. W. Sutherland acted as  toast master and an enjoyable lime  was spent in speeches and songs.  1 he closing session, Wednesday  evening, was largely attended, the  church being well filled.  The principal speakers were Mrs.  Dr. McKay, who dealt wilh " 1 he  Primaries and the Juniors " in an  unusually instructive and helpful  way, and V. R. Gilmore, the general  secretary of the Vernon Y.M.C.A,  whose paper on the " Triangular  Boy " was an eloquent appeal for  the right moral development of  the boy.  The Rev. F. Millar, of Penticton,  was to have given a paper on " Buy  Scouts," but he was unable to he  present, and his place was filled  by the general secretary, Mi. Williamson, who urged the necessity  that each should " Be Prepared."  Music was supplied in the foim  of a song service by the choir, a  quartette by the Messrs. Pedlar,  Good, Weeks and Wade, and a  solo by Mr. Crowcroft.  Prayers and a short talk on  Consecration " by the Rev. G. O.  Fallia, B.D, of Penticton, brought  to a close one of the most succrns-  ful conventions which hasyel been  held.  The arrangements so fir as  Kelowna was concerned, were  largely in the hands of the secretary, Mr. Geo. S. McKenzie, who  with his usual energy spared no  pains to make the convention  successful.  The Hon. Price Ellison paid a  visit to Kelowna last Friday, following his election, on the result of  which he was warmly congratulated. In the afternoon he was  busy wilh deputations from Okanagan Mission and the Board of  Trade on the vexed question���the  lake shore road. No decision wan  arrived at but Mr. Ellison promised  to come down again Tuesday next  to go over the ground with representatives of both parties.  In the evening Mr. Ellison was  entertained to dinner at the Palace  Hotel by some twenty or thirty  members of the Conservative party.  A meeting of the members of  the A. (t T. Association will be  held in Raymer's amall hall at 2  p.m., to decide whether the Association build on the present grounds  or in the city park.  " What Happened to Jones,"  can be seen at the Opera House  Saturday and Monday, April 13th  and 15th. Proceeds donated to  new English church building fund The Orchard Gity Record.  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published every Thursday al tire Office,  , Kelowna. B.C.  /0//.V LEATUl.EY. Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To United States $2.00 per annum.  Advertising   ales upon application.  Kelowna Public  School  CANADIAN PACIFIC ?  RAILWAY  TIME   TABLE  Government Offers  Prizes for Farm  Crops  hy   t'oi*.  San  The British Columbia Department of Agriculture, with the assistance of the I ion., the Minister of  Agriculture for the Dominion, offers  for 1912, prizes for delds of grain,  potatoes, corn, field roots and fodder crops.  1 hese competitions are to he or-  ganized hy the Provincial Department of Agriculture, and conducted under the allspices of the Farmers' Institutes, and each institute  may provide competitions for not  more than two kinds of crops.  Competitors will he allowed one  entry in only one institute, nnd  fields entered must lie within the  area gnvcllit'J. hy ihe. Institute.  Notifications of competitions  proposed, with crops selected. Sr. I. Harry Bawtenheimer, Leslie  must he forwarded to the Depart- Richards, Annie Duckworth, Joe  ment of Agriculture, in Victoria ��� Bouvctte,  not later than May 15,     1 en bona  J  Report for Month Ending  March 31st.  Attendance  No. on roll Average  Div. I                21 20.10  Div. II             39 57.76  Div. Ill            36 34.34  Div. IV           46 43.24  Div. V            37 34.14  Div. VI           41 36.19  Div. VII          3 3 31.85  Attendance percentage i 94.90  Honor Roll  Entrance Class    Dorothy Leckie,  Louie Evans, Annie McLennan,  1 rue Davidson.  Sr.   IV.     Dorothy   Evans,    Ruby  Raymer.  Jr. IV.���Roy Haug, Doio  real, George Curts.  St. 111.-  Mabel French, Will  born.  Jr. III.-   Marsh   Davidson,   Georgi  Pettigrew.  Sr. 11. - Ray Elliott, Marion I linsley  Almeda Oakes, Vera Lawson.  Jr. II. Jessie McMillan, E  Fowler, Carl McKenzie, I  Downing.  Shuiwnp  and Okanagan  .Branch  Daily   train  lintli   ways   to  Okanagan  _r*ncli..i{.  North bound  STATIONS  read up  9.45 (Lv.)  Simmons Jet.  (Ar.) 17.45  10.18  Mnia  17.00  10.33  Crindrod  16.44  I0.4H  En'derBy  162''  11.15  Armstrong  16:00  11.30  Laiion  15.52  12.00  Vernon  15.15  1115 (Ai.)  (Ik. Landing  (Lv.) 15.00  Exlri  Round  1 rip Uailv  13.10 (Ar.)       Ok. UncliiiK       (Lv.) 12V*  Okanagan Steamship   Service  Stmr. "Okanagan*'runt daily i.etween  Okanaiini.   Landing     and     Penticton    at.  follows :  South iiouini Nwth bound  trittl (lnwii  n.l5rlnilv       Ort.LendinK  Weil, nnlv    Wliilrinan'a Creek  Mnn. unil In. Swing's Landing  idui  12.15 tlnil.  I Weil, nnlv  ll�� .Inily  Wed. only  15.10  Wed. only  Mori. Wed.  13.40 dally  16.15 ilailv  17.10 daily  ilailv  18.30 daily  II w. BRODIE,  void  een  arl  0.35 daily  Sat. only  7.45 daily  Sunn  Ok. Centra  WUibn'i Ldg  Kelowna  Ok. Mission  and Fri.  Weitbahlc  1-lnR Mon. Wed. nnd Fri.  Gellally 7.15 dinly  Peachland 6.45 doily  Summerland       5.55 dnily  Nttraniata daily  Pet.tiit.ton r>.30 daily  (.HAS CLARKE,  fide entries must appear for end  competition) and an entry fee of  not less than filty cents, nor more  than one dollar will will be re-;  quired.  In earl, competition not less than  $75.00 must be offered in cash  prizes. First $20, second $15, third  $12, with prizes for every additional live entries over ten as follows : Fourth $10, fifth $8. sixth'  $(), seventh $4. Of this amount  $60 will be paid by ihe Province,  the remaining $15 partially defrayed by entry fees, to be contfjbutcd  by the institute.  The  British   Columbia  Department nf Agriculture, at its expense]  will   furnish   judges,   but,   where  necessary, the institute must  furnish a non-interested   guide  tO   the'  country.  , 1.   -Nellie Jones, Flora Ball, John  Ainsworth, Annie Marty.  Division V. A Bessie Haug, Dorothy Graham, Stanley Whitehead  11 George Oliver, Winnie Long-  ley.  (     Dorothy Cramp.  Division IV. A Cirace I links, John  Dillabough, Evelyn Lancaster,  Geo. ('lenient.  II Hilda Duggan, Arthur Ludlow,  Eileen Patterson, Cicely 1 utt.  Gel)   rnhnentirr Aire  Vancouver, BE  MONTREAL,  THE   STANDARD  Aient,  Kelowna,  BC.  Weekly   Newspaper  Is   lire  of   Ulo  11..iniii  of Canada, it is national In nil lis  alms,  It uses the most expenslv.. engravings, procuring tho photographs i': itn  all over tho world,  lis articles .iiv carefully solectod ond  pulley    Is    thoroughly  lis    editorial  Independent,  A   subscription   i"   T  Jnlin Buckland, Kennetli  Mo oosts $2.oo par year to ai  Kinley, Henry Millar, Catherine  Canadu uf Groal Britain  Kleiner.  Standard  ndilress 111  Nearly one luindieH Canadian  Methodist congregations have  con pleted tlieir vote on church  union, and the proportional vote is  over seven to one in favor of or-'  p.inic union. Out of five hundred  quarterly official boards only seven-  teen opposed the amalgamation.  Members of five hundred boards  voted 7372 for union and 1066  against. The congregations voted  14,961 for union and 1957 against.  " What made you so Inlr > "  " I met Smittisnn."  " Well, tlint is nn reannti will you should  be an hour lute urtlinit lioiue *o supper.  "I know, lull I askeil liim linw lie was!  I. rliiir-. nnj lie insiiiteil on tellinu me I  about bin stomach trouble,"  "Did you tell him tu lulu-Cliaiilljei Iain's  Tablet,)"  " Sure, that ia what he needs.'' Sold by  all dealers.  TRY IT FOR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited,   Publishers.  a - Thursdau,, April 4  Manicuring, Facial Massage,  Scalp 1 reatment,  Hair Dressing,        Shampooing.  MISS  SIMPSON  Crowley Block,        Combings mad** up.  You  will   look a good wliilr boron you  find a belter medicine for ctiu��lia and colds  tlian Chamberlain i Cot)gn K< maoy, li noi  only Rivet relief-it cures. Vry it when  you have n cough or cold, and you are  certain lo be pleased witb the prompt cure  wliich it will effect. For sale by nil dealers.  "Phone 194  Oific  ���/ley Block  P.O Uox 12  E. ENGLAND,   ::   Builder  Decorating and General House Repairs  To the Residents of Kelowna and District, I wish lo announce  that having commenced a Building and General I louse Repair  business, I solicit your kind patronage. All orders submitted  to me will receive my closest attention. General 1 louse Repairs  will be speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.    Call at office if in town, 'phone or write if at home,       IH.2I  i-v,   m  ^  trt  When a farmer opens  his first bag of cement  he haa taken n lotm ��trj> in tho tnnrvh uf Prqfraw.  which luuiia to Prbiperfty.  Artur ho iibph thut br\R���tf only for w hltchlnit-  block or a porch att-p���ho haa learned nomo profitable  loaaona,  IIo knowa that It doean't lake nn export to uno  concrute aucrcasfully.  Ho known that he haa nddud a permanent Improvc-  nuiiil lo hia property, ��� iimir thut will lant au lonK  nn the funu Ittjolf,  Re known that ho hni >.l,1, -. rnnvcnlnnnr, and  therefore ppodt, to hia huiim.  Ho knowa that It didn't coat him more. In money or  time, than If he had uaed an Inferior material and  miulo a temporary Improvement.  Ho knows that he wants to road the book,  " What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete "  to find out how he can apply thcHe leasonB to other  places on hia farm,  This advertisement la to tell him thut his ropy of  this profuaely llhmtraled book ia ready to be mailed  as soon as ho Bends In his name and address. It  makea no difference whether ho hua yet uaed that  first .ban: of cement or not. If he hasn't, the book  will toll him how in www It lo tho best ndvatita^e.  And In any caau It's  ABSOLUTELY FREE  A hundred and sixty pages of plain description, telling how other farmers have used con.  orate, with photographs to illustrate every pni<i.  graph  In ths test. -  Just sand your name and address on a postal,  In a letter, or use the coupon, and the book will  be sent by return mall.  Address  CANADA   CEMENT  CO., Ltd.  National Bank Building  MONTREAL  <*���*  <!������!  Ill 1 8    1   >1I   W\m  tisere &i&:^*$ul$b>t   Levitt's  straightforward dealings in Real Estate  have been the universal topic of  conversation when he has such bargains to offer that those that buy can't  help but make money ? A few  examples of what I have for sale:  One lot,   50ft.  by 150ft.  on   St.  Paul's   street,  near  Bernard Avenue.    $475, easy terms.  House and 2 Acres (bearing   orchard)   on   Bernard  Avenue.    $4,500.  5-roomed House and 4 Lots (68ft.by 121 ft. each. $4,000  10 Acres (8 very good bearing orchard) about mile and  half from post office.    $7,000, very easy terms.  Now  is the time to  plant  so  don't  forget  I'm  agent for Layritz Nurseries, and can supply all  your needs in that line  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and 1 will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, o  if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  :    Crowley Block  Office open every evening after supper.  P.O. Box 495.    'Phone 194.  New Boots  New Furnishings  "Seeing is Believing"  We believe   if  you  will  see our displays of  up-to-date  Boots, Shoes, Haberdashery and  Hats,  you will  be convinced that our values  are unexcelled for price and quality.  A Bright New  Will You "Need  Stock of Boots and Shoes    I a Tent this Spring?  Made up in the latest models and  lasts have just arrived. These  are smart, dressy styles, and will1  appeal to the most discriminating.  MEN'S BEST WORKING BOOTS.  The kind that will stand the  roughest kind of wear. The kind  we guarantee.  Satisfaction or money back  Wn can furnish you with Tent*  of all sizes, from the smallest one-  man " Drill Tent'' to the large-  sized family tent ol, he*vy, weight  Due':.   Perfectly waterproof  THOSE WHO DO NOT, KNOW  the pleasures and heaj$i-giving  properties derived frbm sleeping in  a tent, wili'do'well'to  "Get the Habit"  'Phone 22  Lequime Bros. & Co-  '  'Phone 22  . Tlie Orchard Citu, Record.  Thursday, April 4  The KelotDriii Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  We have the following First-class Nursery Stock yet for  sale to prompt orders:���  APPLES  At $25.00 per 100  Wagner,  Wealthy,  Jonathan,  Spitzenberg,  Northern Spy  Mcintosh Red,  Grimes Golden,  Newtown Pippin  Cox's Orange  Pippin  CRABS  Hyslop,  Florence.  CHERRIES  At $35.00 per 100  Black Republican,  Black Tartarian,  Roval Anne,  Lambert,  Bing.  PLUMS  At $25.00 per 100  Tragedy.  PEARS  At $40.00 per 100    Doyenne du Cornice  'Phone H2 or write  THE PRIEST'S ORCHARD  P.O. Box 209 :: :: KELOWNA. B.C.  Paint!  Paint!  Just arrived, our spring car of  Stephens House Paint  ���        Shingle Stains  ���        Floor Paint  ���        Floor Stain  ���        SilkstoneFlat Wall Finish  Berry Bros.' Liquid Floor Finish, Ala-  bastine, Burlaps, Raw & Boiled Oils,  6tc, &c.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard - $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump) - $10.00 per ton  Wellington     -     -     -   $13.00 per ton  W.  HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.  Trl.pli.  66  Just About Now is the Right Time  lo call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  THE MORRISON-THOMPSON  HARDWARE Co., Ltd.  Furnace and   Hot-Water Heating a Speciality.      !  Town and Country  Mr. B. McDonald made a trip  last weekend to Calgary.  Mr. and Mra. K. McLaren returned Saturday from their visit back  east.  Mr. H. E. J. G. Amyot returned  to town Saturday last, driving out  to his place at Rutland Monday.  The meu.bers of the Mission  Band are giving an entertainment  Monday evening next in the Methodist church, when a collection is  lo be made on behalf of missions.  A social is being given Ihurs-  day evening next in the Baptist  church by the members of the  Brotherhood. A cordial invitation  is extended both to young ladies  and men.  Mr. A. Brown, of Oxley s store  staff, left by Sunday's boat, to take  up a position in Calgary.  An auction sale of furniture, etc.  of the Rev. A. W. K. Herdman  takes place next Tuesday at 1.30  p.m. at the Manse.  The Rev. Mr. Huntley of Pentic-  will preach in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday morning and  evening in place of the Rev. Ferguson Miller who was announced.  Extensive preparations are be  ing made by the choir of the Methodist church for special Easte:  music, and a final practice is to be  held Saturday evening. The sermon of the day will be appropriate to the occasion.  An appeal is made by the secre-  tary of the Fanners' Institute (Mr  P. Brook) for all former members  and new ones as well, to pay their  subscriptions to him at once as a  return of paid-up members has to  be made shortly to the Department  of Agriculture. The secretary can  be found at any time in Messrs.  Coates, Edwards and Cowen's  office.  Ihe last meeting of the Kelowna  Study Club proved to be an exceptionally interesting session. It was  an evening devoted to the study of  Canadian poets and poetry. In  spite of the enforced absence ol  some of the members there was a  large attendance. A special plea  sure was provided for the members  by Mr. A. R. Lord, B.A., whose  most excellent paper on the sub  ject of study for the evening was  thoroughly enjoyed. The next  meeting of the club will be held at  the home of Mrs. Rogers. It will  be " Canadian History Night." The  roll call will be responded to with  statements of facts from current  events in Canadian life. All women  are invited to become members.  The Rev. J. Knox Wright, re  presenting the B. C. Auxiliary of  the Canadian Bible Society was in  town last week-end from Friday to  Tuesday, leaving for Vernon. He  preached Sunday morning at the  Methodist church and in the evening at the Presbyterian church.  Mr. Wright had much that was  interesting to relate of the work of  the British and Foreign Bible  Society, more especially of the  B.C. branch, the colporteurs of  which it was stated had covered  during the past year a total of  10,677 miles and distributed 7,124  copies of the scriptures, which  added to the distribution from the  office in Vancouver, amounted to  10,264 copies, in 24 different  languages.  A Valley Football League has  been formed consisting of teams  from Vernon, Kelowna, Summer-  land and Penticton. Below are  the fixtures ; matches to be played  on the ground of the first named,  except where otherwise mention  edi  April 6- Summerland vs. Penticton  April 27    Vernon vs. Kelowna.  May 4- Kelowna vs. Summerland.  May I I -Penticton vs. Vernon.  (at Kelowna)  May 24    Summerland vs. Vernon.  June 8- Summerland vs. Kelowna.  June 15    Kelowna vs. Vernon.  July I    Vernon vs. Summerland.  July I ���Penticton vs. Kelowna.  July 27 Penticton vs. Summerland.  Aug. 10- Penticton vs. Vernon  (at Kelowna).  EASTER GIFTS  Crosiei, Neck Chains, Links,  Sewing Sets, Pearl Rings and  Brooches, rV  Our new and artistic solid  yold  waist sals arc especially attractive  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER   and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Boa 231  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  I'. (1. Box !����� Thou. IS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  i lorses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  und estimates given for publicBuild-  iugs.Tov.-n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Alloc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E        Gmtluslc Turonto  Univeriity  Waterworks ami Sewerage Syiremi, Pumpins and  t.ishling Plants, Concrete Con-  ���truclrnn, etc.  KELOWNA, t: B. C.  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  I ihibitioner Royal College   of   Muiic,   and lately  with Kendriok ryne,  Mua. Doc,  Organiil of the  Cathedral, Mancheater, Eti|..  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At  the  Studio,  Trench  Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   of   every   description   supplied.  New term begins September.        P.O. Box437.  MATERNITY NURSE  Experienc-d  CASES  TAKEN IN  HOME  Apply   Mrs. JARVIS, Ellis Street  20 th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  Boot* and Shoot Repaired  Quickly and Properly  Wear Rubber Heels to prevent  slipping on icy sidewalks  PUT ON WHILE YOU WAIT  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  DAVIES & MATH1E  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  THE  Royal Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE    .    Montreal, Quebec.  NF.W YORK OFFICE - 65, William St.     LONDON OFFICE (En��.) . 2. lisnkBHas. Princes. St.  Capital Paid Up   -   $6,200,000     Reserves   -   $7,200,000  Total Assets over     -      $109,000,000  -   Bank by Mail   -  Account! can be opened and operated by  mail.    Write for particular!, we shall  be glad to explain.  THE  SECRET OF  WEALTH  lies in there four letters  s  E  Start  a  Savings   Account   to-day.     Deposit   regularly   and   watch it  grow.  Deposits of  One Dollar and upwards received.  Secure one of our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES and place your  valuables beyond peril or danger of fire.  Lodged in absolutely fireproof safe.  Kelowna Branch  H. F. REES, Manager.  Branches and correspondents throughout tlie world.  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  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, bice and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't misa tha opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and we will  show you our subdivision  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only tha best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA. i.C.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plan* and  Estimates  Furnished  Residence,    10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONE M  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flower*  Carnation*  Chrysanthemum*  Violet*  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  TO  CANADIAN  ARCHITECTS  Competition   for  New   University  Buildings to be erected   at Point  Grey, near Vancouver, B.C.  The Government of British Columbia  invite Competitive Plans for the general  scheme and design for the proposed new  University, together with more detailed  Plans for the buildings to be erected first  at an estimated cost of $1,500,000.  Prizes of $10,000 will be given for the  most successful Designs submitted.  Particulars of the competition and plan  of site may be obtained on request trom  the undersigned.  The designs to be sent in by July 31s|,  1912, addressed to  THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION.  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia.  14-19  , Thursday, April 4  Orchard Oiti) Record  PHONE 150  DALGLEISH & GLENN  For tlie best in all kinds o(  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS  AUTOMOBILES  We   are  prepared   to   receive   your  orders  for any   of   the  following reliable makes :���  "CASE,"   "HUDSON,"   " REO,"    "HUPM0B1LE."  Come and talk to us about Ihem  Buggies,    Wagons,    Democrats,   &c,  to suit all purchasers.  "PREST-O-LITE"  Lighting system for automobiles.    Ask for booklet on this only really satisfactory system.  SPRAY OUTFITS  It is becoming every year more obvious that  spraying,  to be effective, must be thoroughly done.    The cheapest and  best way to handle an orchard of any size is with   a   power  outfit.    We carry the  I. H. C. Power Spray Outfit  complete with I, 2 or 3 h. p. engine wagon  and   tank.    This  is giving satisfaction in some of the best fruit districts.  A New Departure  By the purchase of I", Cooper's Harness business we  have added a new branch. We are now carrying a  big stock of fust -class  HARNESS   AND   SADDLERY  Repairs of all kinds by competent men.  The famous "FIVE  ROSES" FLOUR  Lake of the Woods Milling Company.  ::    FEED   ::  Hay,   Oats,   Bran,   Wheat,   Barley,   and   Oat   Chop.  DALGLEISH & GLENN,  Pendozi Street and Lawrence Avenue.  iiat/4 iAovy^y.  'cfl ^M%itWi^4  K'Jr-o~t-..//-  wU. homelove\:~  tokeeh a home Aifhtandeheeh,-  iul. and to make you glad when  uoiA neifh&M vall^ new jaieeeb oj  iu^niUAe ale needed ^vom time  to time, uou need not go &hopjyinf  a\ound^ eome d4\aifht to ou\ U<M.  uou will tee that ou\ lu\mtu\e id>  not ^blunf" toyetheh^ Sut te\onylu  and handMmelu made.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Homes Happy."  News of the Valley  Penticton is to have golf links  this summer in connection with the  new hotel which is starting.  G. H. Dobie, formerly manager  of the Okanagan Telephone Company in the Okanagan has left for  the coast. C. M. Sullivan is the  new manager.  Word trom Ottawa states that  the Kettle Valley Railway are to  be given a subsidy for construction  of a branch from Penticton to the  International boundary line.  Ex-constable Pope has been appointed Provincial Constable pro.  tern, for the Okanagan Valley in  place of Constable G. H. Aston.  The whole nursing staff of the  Vernon Hospital have put in their  resignations, owing to friction alleged to have bet n caused bv Dr  Williams, whom the lady superintendent and nurses charge with  using profane language towards  them while in the discharge of their  duties.  Death of Okanagan  Pioneer  A cable from Holland brought  the sad news this week of the death  there of Dr. Offerhause, an Okanagan pioneer, who spent the last  two years of his life at his childhood home. Dr. Offerhause was  one of the best known pioneers of  the Valley. Twenty years ago his  practice extended from Lansdowne  to Kelowna and north of Lansdowne to Grand Prairie. In more  recent years, he worked out from  his home at Lansdowne to Enderby and Armstrong, and Utterly he  was appointed government health  officer for the district. His name  is as familiar in every Okanagan  home as that of his pioneer friend,  A. L. Fortune, and as much esteemed.���Enderby Press.  Kettle Valley  Ry.  to  Start Construction  at Summsrland  I he " Summerland Review " has  some important news. I he current  issue says President Warren has  decided to begin construction on  the Kettle Valley Railway in that  municipality and work out from  there.  Already the iron work for the  big steel and concrete bridge  across Trout Creek has been ordered. 1 here will be some forty  miles of construction work handled Irom Summerland, extending  f.om Trout Creek to the summit,  all material, etc., being landed  there. The contract has been  signed with the construction company, and immediately the few remaining preliminaries are arranged  work will begin.  Engineer McCarthy is encamped  in Peach valley with his men.  Construction camps will be erected  at once and the outfit is expected  immediately.  Mr. Logie, has practically arranged for all the right-of-way with the  exception of one lot. This, it is  understood, is the property of Dr.  Munroe, on or near Alkali Flat,  for which he is asking $1,500 per  acre. The price will probably be  fixed by arbitration.  The Doukhobor Society, which  Inst year operated the Columbia-  Kootenay jam factory at Nelson,  will this year move the factory to  their own lands at Brilliant, north  of Trail.  Strike Holds up C.N.R.  Construction  An agitation for higher pay and  shorter hours, which has been  quietly going on for some weeks  among the I. W. W. men engaged  in construction camps on the C. N,  R. between Hope and Kamloops,  culminated last week into a strike,  The first men to lay down pick  and shovel were those engaged by  contractors Benson & Nelson,  which firm has a large camp at  Lytton.  The men along the line have  been receiving from $2.50 to $3.25  for ten hours work.  Their demand is for a minimum  of $3 for a nine-hour day. This,  the contractors say they will not  grant.  Meetings are being held in  camps from Hope to Kamloops.  It is said there is a stampede for  Vancouver.  New Steamer for Kootenay  A contract has been let for the  construction of a passenger steamer, to be the finest in the interior  for use on Kootenay lake between  Nelson and Kootenay Landing.  The boat will be all steel, 240 feet.  It will be built in Nelson and will  cost $160,000. Construction will  start early in July, and 100 men  will be employed. The ship is intended to improve the service in  view of the completion of the Panama Canal and of the Kettle Valley line giving a new main line for  the C.P.R. to the coast.  Home Rule for Scotland  Home rule for Scotland is the  object of a bill introduced in the  British parliament by Dr. Chappie,  Liberal member for Stirlingshire,  who says that the bill is designed  to establish a Scottish parliament  to deal wilh matters relating exclusively to Scotland, thus relieving  ihe Impel ial parliament of much  business. It is proposed to vest  the executive power in the crown,  the adminstration being carried  on by a committee of the Scottish  privy council responsible to the  Scottish parliament. Power is to  be given to the Scottish parliament  to impose taxes, other than customs and excises. Arrangements  are provided by the bill for the adjustment of financial arrangements  between the Scottish parliament.  The supreme power and control  of the Imperial parliament is expressly reserved.  A pint to reseat the child Emo-  eror on the throne of China has  been unearthed at Pekin.  The Attorney-general's department has offered $2,500 reward  for detection and conviction of the  fire-bug who is terrorizing the town  of Nelson.  Sir Wilfred Laurier has objected  to the bill granting a subsidy from  the Dominion Government to the  Canadian Northern Pacific for a  ine from the Yellow Head pass to  Vancouver on the ground that the  line is wholly in the province ol  British Columbia and that the contract between the company and the  government of British Columbia  gave full control of tolls to the  province.  Don't be surprised if you have an attack  of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the  affected parts freely with Chamberlain's  Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold  by all dealers.  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   .   175,000  Houses  for  Sale or Rent  Delightful Residence on the lake shore  to be let for the summer  months.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  KELOWNA-WEST BANK 1  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE,  FRIDAYS  Leaves Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  A new and Fast Gasoline Launch now  in commission for hire.  TERMS CASH  E. E. HANKINSON  "Phone No. 108.   Resid. 'Phone. 105.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  An ad. in the "Record"  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  Will Its Style  Suit Your Style  Modern methods of ready-to-wear clothes production have removed man's greatest clothes problem.  In the days of custom tailoring you had to imagine  how the chosen material would look on you, when  made up in the style you selected.  To-day, you can go into a good  ���hop and try on suits until you find the cloth and  style that suit you best.  When everyone admits this great advantage, why  not go just a step further and be careful to purchase  in a shop where there is endless variety to choose  from)  We can show you���in the "Fit-rite" line of high  grade clothes���every type of suit and overcoat sanctioned by the prevailing mode.  THOS. LAWSON, Ltd.  KELOWNA  i Thursdatj, April, "I  ^r'lii        ���i.iiM  The Orchard Citu Record  .;.   .;<-':T-- .������.���>���:.'     :.    '������"  *  AfterDinner  New Cannery Will       Annual Meeting of  Be Fine Structure    Kelowna Tennis Club  Try a fe  After Dinner  Mints  ��� to put the finishing touch on  an enjoyable meal  They are also a most  Delicti  cious  Confection  at any time for persons fond  of mint.  Price 25c. a box  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING R|GULATI��NS  Coal mining rights'of thr Dominion in  Mi lit) >t, Sa satchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  Britiah Columbia., may he loaned for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an note No) mare, (baa 1560 atroa will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by th�� ��ppllr��nt in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of tbe district in which the  rights appljed for are situated.  In surveyed territory tlie land must be  described by sections, or lege) subdivisions  of sections, and in utisiirveyed territory the  tract- applied for sh all he staed out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be. accompanied  by ai fat at. $5 which will be refunded if  the lights applied for are not available, but  not qtnerwise. A royalty pliell he paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the Bate of. five cents pet ton..  The person operating the mineajiall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the: full quantity of merchantable  coal'mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being opei -  ated, such latarns'sUuU lis furnished ai  least ewaa a yeas.  The laaae-will include the coal mining  righta only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  woring 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 of the interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication or thia  advertisement will not be paid for.  Woik on the new cannery is  proceeding rapidly, and the structure will be-reedy in good time fur  the coming season', which promises  to be the busiest on, .record.  The, new factoiy is rnpre. linn  double the size of the one it is be-  ing built to supercede, which latter  is only a comparatively new building itself. But the business or the  Kelowna Canning Co., has.expanded so rapidly that the new prcmit.es  are necessary.  The building will be two storey  brick on a cement foundation, the  space occupied being about 180  by 150 feet, with a loadfrtg platform 40 feet wide and 130 feet  long. A seven feet high basement  50 feet wide by 150 feet long is  provided for storage, and is capable of holding a good 'many car  loads of canned produce.  Sufficient of the, building is already completed to realize something of the hand mine and imposing appearance which it will present. Its numerous windows give  promise of a well lighted interior.  The floors are interesting, being  composed of dresr d 2 x 4's set  close together on edge, over 155,-  000 feet of lumber being required  for this purpose alone, 68 kegs of  four inch nails being required, to  put them down.  Mr. Geo. Ritchie, the contractor,  has a large staff of men engaged  and the work is being pushed  along rapidly.  Some of the shafting nnd machinery is already being transferred  from the old building, but a large  amount of new plant is being  ordered which will make the local  cannery the largest and best  equipped of its kind ' in the  province.  Before going to bed to-night  draw a ring around April 9th on  your calendar and make a note  reminding you to get tickets for the  entertainment given by, J. W. Ben-  gough, the cartoonist, singer and  raconteur, in the Opera House,  under the auspires of the Ladies'  Hospital Aid. Come and have a  good laugh. Bring your wife and  give her a good laugh. If you  haven't got a wife bring someone  who may subsequently occupj that  desirable position. Tickets at  Willits', Trench's and Crawford's.  Mr. J. T Kennedy, of Vancouver, B.C., will be at the Royal  Hotel, Kelowna, on the coming  Saturday with a list of the few  remaining choice lots within a  radius five blocks of South Fort  George business centre. These  lota should turn over at from 100  per cent, and upward advance  price before second payments are  due. An investigation will mean  a ia|e, with money for ua all.���Ad,  " My little son had a very severe cold.  I was recommended to try Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle  was finished, he wns as well as ever,*'  writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29, Dowling Street,  Sydney, Australia. This remedy is for  sale by all dealers.  The ani.ual meeting of the Kelowna Tennis Club waa held last  Thursday evening at Dr. Huvcke's  house. There were present Di.  Boyce, Dr. Huycke, Dr. Maud  McNaughton, Mrs. Huycke, Miss  Hudson, Mrs. Reec and Measrs.  McTavish, Adams, Tollitl, Willis,  Wilson, Dunn, Newmarsh, Peters,  Metcalfe, Whitehead and Rees.  With  the exception of  electing  officers lor the ensuing year there  was very little business transacted.  1 he officers elected were :  President Dr. A. H: Huycke  Vice.-Pres.W. A. Peters  Sec.-Treas. H. A. Willis  Committee: Dr. Maud McNaughton, Miss Hudson, Messrs. Wilson,  Metcalfe, Adams, McTavish, Rees,  Whitehead and Dr. Boyce.  Mr. W. Metcalfe was appointed  delegate to the Okanagan Valley  Association meeting, which waa to  be held on the Monday following.  Tlie secretary wishes to ask all  who intend to become members to  send in their namrs to him at once  as it is desired to start play about  the 15th of the present month.  MeeMng of Okanagan  Tennis Association  1 he annual meeting of the Okanagan Valley Lawn Tennis Association was held on Monday last at  Dr. Htiycke's office, ihe other clubs  in the Valley being well represented.  As a result of the meeting Mr.  Scott-Allen of Vernon was elected  president, and it was decided to  hold the Valley Tournament at  Vernon this year on July 23, 24,  25, and 26. At least 3 new clubs  are expected to enter thia) year.  Premier Thanks the Electors  " 1 he government will more than  ever realise its responsibilities to  ihe people of the province. The  victory which the Conservative  party has achieved is a victory fur  the future of the province, for the  government will now go on with  the larger issues that are but now  .dimly dreamt of in regard to the  development and prosperity of the  province. In the past we have  labored with many handicaps and  we have so far been enormously  successful. That we will continue  to be so is my gieatest hope,  especially in view of the magnificent attitude of the people whom  we represent in parliament.  " From now on British Columbia  will, forge ahead as she has never  done before. Faith in the country's  potentiality has been splendidly  vindicated, and with that great  warrant to back us the government  of the province will do its best to  inspire that confidence in the investing world which the people  themselves have so plainly exhibited."   -Premier McBride.  For rheumatism you will find nothing  better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try  it and see how quickly it gives relief. For  sale by all dealers.  ANNOUNCEMENT  M. A. Alsgard, of Chilliwack, B.C., wishes to announce to the  citizens of Kelowna and surrounding district that he will, on or  about April 4th, open in the store recently vacated by Mr. Oxley,  a fir8t-cla��B and up-to-date confectionery, with ice-cream and tea  parlor in connection. My aim is to serve the boat and stock  the very best lines of confectionery, such aeGanong's, Codbury'a,  Webb's &c. Anything that's candy will be found in my store,  and the prices will be right. I will also manufacture several  lines of candy, such as Cream Caramels, Nut Candies, Chewing  Toffies, Nougat, Alakuma, Fudges, and many others too  numerous to mention.  The Soda Fountain will be the most modern and saniuiy on��  that has ever been seen in this city, and anything served from  it will be of the best and put up m:ht.  Fruits, post cards, cigars and tobaccos, will also be slocked.  A most hearty invitation is hereby extended to you one and  all to come and inspect the place and goods, and hoping to  receive your patronage, I remain,  yours very tsuly,  ALSGARDS Confectionery  Bernard Avenue KELOWNA, B.C.  IN  AID  OF   THE  ANGLICAN   CHURCH   BUILDING   FUND  A Local Company will present the Comedy  "What Happened to Jones?"  .      At KELOWNA   OPERA   HOUSE  Saturday,   April   13th,   and   Monday,   April   15th  Reserved Seats $1  Tickets for sale at Crawford's and Willits'.  wmsmmmmmMm  i -'  S. T. ELLIOTT  R. A. COPELAND  ELLIOTT &COPELAND  Real Estate and Insurance: Brokers  Room 2     -     Crowley Block  We h  ave some  of the  Choicest Residential & Business Blocks  in the City on our lists, and amongst  them some specially good buys. Anyone  wishing   to   invest should  see  us  first.  We are open to list any or all kinds of city or farm property, and  will sell it at list price. There will be no adding to the price without  the consent of the owner. Come in and let us show you some of  our best properties.     If you want to make money this is your opportunity.  ��*fmiitnm  af-aTMMJMMM  ���  " Where Everybody Goes"  Every program we show contains a choice.  selection of films by the world's best makers/:  The Best of Dramas  ,  Good, Clean Comedies  Beautiful Scenic Pictures  AND  Good   Music   Played    to   the   Pictures  Nothing cheap about this entertainment' except the price���  Adults, 20c.     : :     Children, 10c.  Half-price Matinee every Saturday  You^dpnt^knou) who is< in  town  till you   see   them  at the pictures  immsrwmM* ���<>  . The Orchard Gity Record  Thursday, April 4  STORE* PLENTY  Don't  fail to see our stock of  Chocolate Eggs,      Rabbits,      Hens,  Roosters, &c, &c,  FOR EASTER  Moir's Chocolates  Are the finest in the land. We  have a full assortment, and the  Goods are FRESH. Why eat poor  chocolates when you can get the  BEST  MADE for the same price?  Price   -   60c. per pound  Due by Express Friday ;  Ripe Tomatoes,        Cauliflower,  Celery, Asparagus,  Bananas, Oranges.  Get the  Habit, go to  K. F. OXLEY  GROCER  Telephone 35 Telephone 35  Attractive Bungalow j ( WANTED! 1  FOR SALE  Four  rooms  and  bath  room,  concrete  cellar,  electric   light.  Lot 5011, by 126ft.  Price - $1,500  Write Box J. M., " Record " Office  ALARM  CLOCKS  This is the time of year that  it is best lo be up and at it  good and early, and gardening will soon be in full  swing. We have the best  intermittent alarm clock  made lor $24 and our guarantee goes with it ; also  other lines at $1.50, etc.  They will get you up in  ,lght time, and will give  you   your   money's   worth.  W.M. PARKER &C0,*"'jtlV.:  Crowley Block - Box 316. Bernard Ave.  All repairs absolutely guaranteed  'I Centi per word, first insertion nnd  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 Cents.  PINE WOOD FOR SALE  Delivered anywhere in city.    Apply  5tf Dalgleish & Glenn  SEED WHEAT  Good seed wheat for sale. Apply,  12-20 Casorso Bros.  TOMATO PLANTS t  Orders   booked now for Tomato  Plants  (Eatliana), ready third week May.    Strong  trtmsplanted. Price per 1,000 lot on apply-  i it./ to Lansdown, Rutland, B.C. I It I  EGGS FOR HATCHING  |    l-'KKs from the following pens, pure bred  poultry : Barred Rocks, White Wyandote,  j S . C. Brown Lechorns, S. C. White Leg-  litmus; Rose-combed  Rhode  Island Reds.  J. C. Stnckwell. Barnard Ave. I5tf  FOR SALE  i Raspberry Canes (Millers'). Large berry  nnd heavy croppers, $2.00 per 100 or  , $18.00 per thousand. Also seed potatoes,  ' true to name-Earlv Rose and Satisfaction.  i Titos. Cooper, Rutland. I5tf  SEED POTATOES  Go   to  Conroy's  for   your   Early  Rose  Pol aloes-     Buy  before they  are shipped  out. Plant for early market.   John Conroy,  I6tf  FOR SALE  Part   set   light   double   w  Apply "Record " Office.  ik   hia  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  FOR SALE  Kggs for hatching.    Barred   Rock   eggs,  $1 for sitting of 13. Good stock. J. Leitliead,  Vernon Road. 17-20  SEED POTATOES FOR SALE  Main crop.   Grown from Burpee's seed.  These are a goad-sized  white potato and  yielded 15 tons per acre in   1911.    Apply  Squar and Wallan, Benvoulin,  ! BICYCLE FOR SALE  ' '    Gents', with coaster brake, in good con.  ���liiion.   $30.    Phone L 9. 18-20  EGGS FOR SALE  While   Leghorns,   from    prize-winning  )\ slock.    $3  for 15.    Smith  Bros,, Benches.  I8ll  EGGS  Buff Orpringtons - i.e. White Leghorns  1 he White Leghorn stock ia as good  as you can get in the province. The  price is low because 1 have 45 laying  hens that are non-sitters, averaging 2  sittings per day. Incubator lots $7.50  per 100 eggs. Please visit our poultry uards  D. W. SUTHERLAND  FOR SALE  { Six acres fruit land, one mile north of  . Rutland p. o. Fenced and under cultivation. No stones. Good buy, price $1,600.  ! Terms to suit. Apply J. Porter, Kelowna.  18-20  j  / EGGS FOR HATCHING  I I-1(1111 pedigreed utility s.-c. White  I Orpington birds. Fine laying strain. $2.00  per sitting of 15. Also sittings from good  Black Minorcaa. W. j. Shain, Orchard  City Poultry Ranch, Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna. B.C. 18tf  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  . LENT .  Salt Herrings, per lb., 10c.  Salmon Bellies, per lb., I 5c.  Salt Cod. 2 lb. bricks, 30c'  Salt Cod.   2 lb. boxes, 40c.  Smoked  Haddies,  Kippers and  Halibut,  fresh every  week by  Express  Fresh  Lettuce  and  Rhubarb  three times a  week  Evaporated    Fruits,  clean  and bright Apples,  Peaches,    Pears,   Prunes,  Apricots and Figs  Friday   and Saturday  Cash Special  I Tin Mooney's Biscuits - 35c.  I Bottle Heinz Sour Pickles 40c.  I Ib. Empress Coffee       -   50c.  Regular 1.25  Cash Special  Friday and Saturday,  $1.00  new  . EASTER .  It   is   but   right   that   we  should remember the children in some special way  at Eastertide  Choc'lateEggs  Chocolate  Roosters  Candy Eggs  Cream Eggs  in Cups  Cho'late Hens  Egg and Chick  in Cups  Hen on Straw  Nest  C'late. Rabbits  Nest of  Eggs  And various other novelties at prices ranging from  5 cents each to  25 cents each  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones: Grocery, 214;    Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  UNFURNISHED ROOM REQUIRED  for  light housekeeping.    Lady engaged  in office during day.   State price, Box 293.  lotf  RASPBERRY CANES  For   sale    Cuthbert   and   Loudour, the  large aweet varietiea, $2.00 per 100.    D. E.  McDonald. Rutland. 20  FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED  With  stable, aa soon as possible, for six  months.    Apply C. C. Prowse.        IB-19  STRAYED FROM RUTLAND  A sorrel Mare, branded I. C. on right  shoulder; weight about 1,200 lbs.; halter  on ; tail squared. Anyone giving informa.  tion or returning aame to T. W. Smith,  Rutland, will be rewarded. lotf  SEED POTATOES  Few  tons Mortgage Liftera, $40; Ash-  croft, $36;   also Eggs for sitting (pure  White   Wyandotte),   15 for $1.50.   Applv  Box 183, City. 19.20  LOST  A monthly Time Book, of no value except to owner.   Finder will be  rewarded  on returning it to " Record " Office.  FOR SALE  Bicycle, coaster brake.    Apply Record  Office x  FOR SALE  Melotte Cream Separator, a snap.   Eggs  from pure bred Black Minorcaa  $1.25   for  13. J. J. Campbell, Richtar St. 19-22  For Sale  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  Also Mason At Rise), piano, no reasonable offer refused. Apply R, F. Marsden.  Wilson Ave., or at Telephone Office,    I9tf  FOR SALE,. t.w ton. of  Ashcrof t    ..  Seed   Potatoes  Apply   Dr.   P.   DE  PFYFFER,   Mission  Ranch.   P.O. Box 345.        18  FOR SALE  First-class Baled Hay  in large or amall lots.  Seed Potatoes, "Sutton's Select"  Write or 'phone [C 3), C. W. DICKSON  18  SEED POTATOES  Choice varieties-Early Rose, Early Bouvie  Mortgage Lifters [tha latter from the  same field which supplied a portion of the  New York prize exhibit, yielding two and  one-quarter tone per acre.)  Apply to  GEO. W. SCHELL, Rutland.  'Phone C 19  18-21  DONT  READ  THIS  FOR SALE���Pony Team, Harness,  Wagon, Seed-Drill Seed Potatoes.  (Four varieties, early and late)  ���*  JOHN B. BROWN Rutland  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  WATEfT BRANCH  Take Notice that the Board of Investigation, acting under Part III. of the Water  Act, will meet at Summerland, on the 19th  day of April, 1912, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, to hear and determine claims to  water rights existing on the 12th of March,  1909, on-  Bath creek  Boucher Garden soring  Canon creek  Commona creek  Darke creek  Darka lake  Enaaa creek  Fish lake  Fox creak  Garnett laka  Keremeoa craek  Prairie creek  Sheep craak  Shingle creek  Trout creek  White or Clearwater creak  and   their   tributariea   and   to   unnamed  streams in the vicinity.  On the 22nd day of April. 1912, at 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at Peachland, to  hear and determine claims to water rights  existing on the 12th March, 1909, on���  Bald Range Creek  Bear creek  Big Horn creek  Cedar creek  Cranberry creak  Clover creek  Davidson craek  Deep creek  Duncan creek  Esparron creek  Fern creek  Hill or Venner creek  Headwater lake  Hill creek  Jacob creek  ack creak  ^eep creek  Finlay creek  Lansley creek  Miller spring  McDougall creek  Power creek  Raahdale creek  Pigeon creek  Smith creek  Shannon creek *  Speer lake  Spring creek  Spruce cree��  Tamarack lake  Trepannier creek  Venero creek  Venner creek  and   their   tributaries   and   to   unnamed  streams in the vicinity.  On the 24th day of April, 1912. at II  o'clock in the forenoon, at Okanagan  Centre, to hear and determine claima to  water rights existing on the 12th March,  1909, on-  Beaver lake  Balagno lake  Clear creek  Cattail creek  Clark or Horaa creek  Duck Lake creek  Duck lake  Echo lake  Falls creek  Island lake  Lake of the Woods  Fahni lake  Long lake (aouth end)  Ribbleaworth creek  Short or Biche creek  North Fcrk Shorts creek  Torrent creek  Sucker creek  Wood creek  and  their   tributaries   and   to   unnamed  streams in the vicinity.  On the 26th day of April, 1912, at 10  o'clock in the forenoon, in the Court-houae  at Vernon, to hear and determine claima  to water rights existing on the 12th March,  1909, on-  Aberdeen laka  Beaver creek  Brewer creek  Brown creek  B X or Deep creek  Cedar creak  Coldstream creak  Cottonwood springs  Diamond Dry lake  Dry creek  Deer craek  Fish lake  Five-mile craek  Girod creek  Goose lake  Gurney craek  Haddo lake  Long Lake gulch  Louis creek  Lulluwaape creek  Irish or Cayotte creak  ionea craak  ling Edward VII. laka  Larch creak  Le Due creek  Long Lake creek  Granite craek  Long Lake (north end)  Long Lake creek  Lyons Irrigation ditch  Latch creek  Mosgrova creek  Mud laka  Meakina craek  Mountain creek  Nelson creek  North Branch creek  O'Keefe creek  Otter lake  Otter creak  Porteoua creek  Reets creak  Rocky gulch  Six-mile craak  Siwash creek  Swan lake  Swan Lake creek  Stoney creek  Sturta creek  Three-mile craak  Vernon creek  Whitemen creek  and   their  tributaries  and   to   unnamed  atreams in tha vicinity.  On the 29th day of April, 1912. at 10  o'clock in tha forenoon, at Lumby, to hear  and determine claims to water rights existing on the 12th March, 1909, on���  Besver Jack creek  Bissette creek  Bonnesu creek  Big craek  Blue Spring creek  Bigg creek  Burnyeat creek  Cherry creek  Copper creek  Black Mountain School  Report  The lolitiwiiiK is a list of pupil.;  staining percentages worthy of  mention during the month of  March, 1912. The ftgurei relate to  Conduct, Regularity and Punctuality, and Studies, in the order  named,  1st DIVISION  Merriam Woolsey      90  Everitt Fleming I       90  Dora Pease        I       90,  Rita Maxwell 90  Earla McDonald 85  Loraine Woolsey     I 85  Consuelo Woolsey   j 90  Elwood Fleming  Winifred Leathley  Delbert Barber I  Fred Duggan    I   ���  Lillian Sproul     I  Wesley Barber   I  65  85  80  90  85  80  2nd DIVISION  Margerv Lansdowne 100  Amy Fleming  Bessie Duggan  Jeanie Warden  Melville Leathley  Elvii Fleming  Mary Pease  Donovan Woolsey  Mona Woolsey  Evelyn Sproul  Netta Munford  Mabel Duggan  Stanley Duggan  Bert Dalgleish  Carson Dalgleish  Wiilie Lansdowne  Bert Cooper  Elmer Rice  100  100  87  96  100  100  100  100  94  100  82  97  92  96  85  100  100  100 78  100 76  100 76  98 76  100 74  93 80  100 68  100 71  93 76  99 74  94 69  91 76  100 72  70 85  70 84  70 83  75 86  70 79  70 79  70 75  6 75  65 75  65 86  65 71  70 81  65 70  60 76  65 69  70 72  65 61  65 65  City of Kelowna  APPLICATIONS FOR SIDEWALKS  Notice is hereby given that applications  for the construction of aidewalka under  the Local Improvement By-Law will be  received by the undersigned up to 5 p.m.  on April 27th, 1912. Applications received  after April 27th will not be considered  during the current year.  G. H. DUNN.  City Clerk.  Kelowna, B.C.  April 2nd, 1912. 19-22  FOR SALE  On Lawson Avenue  100 fret of frontage by 150.  Two blocks from proposed  railway. Ideal residential spot.  Good apple trees six years  old. Price $2,000. third cash,  terms arranged,  J. M. CROFT,  Bernard Ave., Kelowna  If You Want Any Draying  Done in a Hurry  Ring Up  175  W. F. Bouvette.  Stand: Next to Kelowna Sawmill  Office.  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (BrtwscnPrsibyterisnA:new English churches)  Tomato [Earliua] I  Plants  Cabbage for  Cauliflower, 4c.   |      Sale  Bedding 'Plant* .  All  Plant* well Htrdrned and   Transplant..!  PALMER & ROGERSON- Box 117  Cuhmcre craek  Christie creek  Dtiley creek  De..fy creek  Dutchman creek  Eight-mile creek  Fall creek  Harris creek  Ireland creek  Mabel lake  Mill creek  Medora creek  Nicklcn creek  Put man creek  Perry creek  Rollings lake  Spider creek  Shuswap river  Slack creek  Sugar lake  Silver springs creek  Sow Sap creet  Spallumcheen river  Vance cn*k  and   their  tributaries   and   to   unnamed  streams in the vicinity.  Parties who presented claima to the  Board in 1910 and have received licences  in substitution of the records need not  present any statement of claim.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., 28th February,  1912.  By order of the Board,  J. P. ARMSTRONG,  Chairman.


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