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 VOL. IV.   NO. 42.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. SEPT.   12,. 1912.  $1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  Sewers to be in by Dec. I st. -  Pipe Being Delivered  The council met aa usual Monday morning, the Mayor and Aid.  Sutherland, Copeland, Raymer and  Blackwood present.  The correspondence wa* first  taken up. Messrs. Mutrie 6t Mutrie  of Vernon wrote respecting the  purchase of the city's bond issues.  It was decided to ask for a quotation.    ��� ��� ,  The secretary of the B. C. Union  of Municipalities wrote respecting  the convention to be held at Revelstoke, October 22nd end 23rd.  [ The matter of appointing delegates  was left to a later meeting, but the  clerk was authorized to send ihe  annual subscription of $10.  Messrs. Canavan and Mitchell  wrote enclosing tenders for insurance covering accidents to men  engaged in sewerage work. The  matter was left.for further enquiry.  Messrs, Canavan At Mitchell had  ordered the pumps for the new  pumping station from the Krough  Manufacturing Co., ot San Francisco, and a request waa received  from that firm for a resolution of  the council confirming the order.  This waa accordingly passed.  Mayor Jonea said the citv engirt.  ��� eers had informed him that they  were now going right ahead with  the laying of the sewer pipes in the  streets, and would have two or  three gangs busy in a few days.  Five cars of pipe had been delivered, and they hoped to have it all  laid by December Ist.  A petition was received from the  residents of Glenn avenue east of  Ethel street for the installation of  the sewerage.  The following accounts were  passed for payment:  Fuel Si���soa. wtk on ate, in Aug. % 81 JO  W. Cibeon. do.   -        " ��� . 6.00  Central Ok. Land., teaming, etc. on  aewera. -      *;.  C.P.R.. freight on aew*r pipe  �� do. do.  da. do.  do,       .- do.  do. do.     ,.  N. Savage, time on eewer construe.  J. Schmilz,  .    do.  F. Neale,  do.  V. Berger,  do.  T. Louis,  do.  G. Ott.vi.  do.  T. Bruno,  do.  R. Baron,  do.  C. Dalmpla,  do.  J. Bermonl.  do.  J. Mann,  de.  P. Gu.ti,  do.  L. Pelbrivo,  do.  F. Accioni,  do.  J. M. Beak,  do.  J. Alston,  do.  W. Haug, eewer supplies  C. H. E. Hudson, it,.   ���  Kel. Carriage Work.,     do.  Lakeview Livery, do.  0. Leckie, do.  Morriion-Thompson Co., do.  0. Leckie, .tract supplies  Kel. Sawmill Co., eewer auppliea.  37.80  301.66  302.84  299.90  300.88  53.00  6.00  .   21.3)  13.00  8.67  11.00  M.00  i    6.00  11.33  11.00  11.00  9.30  10.67  7.67  7.67  26.25  9.00  72.75  9.00  84.50  .2.00  192.52  118.11  16.90  301.83  Aid. Sutherland mentioned that  the C.P.R, were putting in a new  track to the Imperial Oil Co.'s building, and were placing the rails high  above the grade of the street, which  was likely to be spoilt in consequence. He thought thev ought  to be required to lay the track  down lower.  The question of securing further  assistance in the city clerk'a office  to handle the additional work necessitated by the getting out of tax  notices, the collection of taxes, etc.  was discussed. The work of the  office was increasing all the time,  and the clerk and his assistant were  working all hours in an endeavor  to cope with it. The suggestion  had* at first been made that the  work of tax collecting be let out on  tender, but it had been considered  more advisable to secure additional help in the office. The following motion was accordingly passed:  " That W. H. Rennie be appointed to the staff of the city office at  a salary of $70 per month to work  , under the supervision of the Cily  Clerk."  - The meeting then adjourned.  Mr. and Mra. Wylie, of Vernon  are Waving with Mr. and Mra. C  Martin.  Rutland News  (From out own correspondent)  Mr. E. Goodrich and family have  moved into town, renting a house  on Bernard Avenue.  Mrs. S. Gray and Arthur returned  Monday from the Stampede after  an enjoyable visit.  Mr. T. D. Lewis, of Clatesholm,  Alia., has been here this week looking over his property at Rutland  The grading and rolling of the  Black Mountain road has now put  that highway into a very satisfactory condition.  John Woolsey has a large force  at work on his eight-acre tomato  patch, trying to satisfy the demands  of the Canning Co.  Mr. Geo. E. Yale came in lasl  Week from Calgary on a visit to his  place here. He has rented his  house in Calgary and will stay  through the winter in Victoria.  The three north acres of the new  school site have been purchased  by Mr. Earl Laishley for $925 cash.  Mr. Laishley will build a house  there at once.  The Farmera'Exchange are erecting a temporary packing shed near  the store at Rutland and will pack  the fruit there ready for .shipment  before it is hauled into town.  The increased attendance at the  junior classes of the school has  been so great this term lhat they  have had to be moved over into  he In i :t sc'iool, the upper classes  taking the smaller building.  Kelowna Fall Fair in   | Meeting of Kelowna  less than Two Weeks|     Poultry Association  Young People's Societies  Open For Season  The  inaugural   meeting of the  1912-1913 season   of  the Baptist  church   Young   People's   Society  took place Monday evening last.  The time  waa mostly   taken   up  transacting the business of the year  and'the electing of officers for the  ensuing   season.     A   suggestion  put forward to form a literary committee met with unanimous approval.    The   programme  of   subjects  will soon be to hand and judging  bv ihe good list of members and  keen enthusiasm shown some very  interesting Monday  evenings are  forthcomingi   The friends extend  a cordial invitation  to  all young  people who care to attend.   Following are the officers elected t-  President-Mr. H. D. Riggs  Ist Vice Pres, Mr. L. Legge  2nd Vice Pres. Mrs. J. B. Knowles  Secretary-Mr. A. 5. Wade  Treasurer-Miss M. Duggan.  Conveners of committees: Devotional, Mra. H. D. Riggs;   Social,  Mrs. L Legge;  Membership, Miss  L   Wilson;    Musical, Mr.  J.   B.  Knowles; Missionary, Miss Reekie.  Arrangements are now being A meeting of the Poultry and  rapidly pushed to completion for Pet Stock Association was held last  the coming Fall Fair and Race | Saturday afternoon at 2.30 in  meet which is to be held on Wed] Messrs. Raltenbury & Williams  nesday, Thursday and Friday, the ��mce; Although the Society is in  25th, 26th and 27th of this month. |'"���"'fsney, the attendance at the  As the harvest in the district this,meetings is gradually increasing,  year has been so abundant in a|. j and as the poultry industry grows  most every line,  it  remaiua only! >P the district, the society  will  no  Knox Church  Young   People's  Society held a reorganization meeting on Mondi y night.   After some  enthusiasticdiscussion it was decided that the work of the society for  the ensuing year should be wholly  literary and educative in character,  The following officers were elected:  President Mr. A. R. Lord  Vice-Pres.- Miss Weir  Secretary Mr. G. Scott  Treasurer-Mr. B. Calder  Pianist Miss Reid.  Owing to the short time available  for preparation the programme for  next Monday will be an old-fashioned spelling match.  Fred Dav and his sister Dora  left thia week for college at New  Westminster.  Enter early for the Fall Fair  Exhibition.  Mr. Woodman, formerly foreman  of the Kelowna Irrigation Co.'a construction work haa returned to town  to take charge of the sewer construction for the engineers', Canavan and Mitchell. ���  The opening of the shooting season so far has not been very satisfactory, and the bags reported do  not amount to much���that is so far  as the immediate neighborhood is  is concerned,  The Merchants' Association at  their meeting last evening decided  that the only holiday during fair  days would be the regular Thursday half-holiday.  ......       remains  with the growers themselves to  make this Fair the biggest and best  in the his'ory of the valley.  There is no greater stimulus to  the progress and advancement of  an agricultural district, than a well  managed and well-supported annual ahow. To new-comers especially the sight of the grand array of  ihe best the country can produce  acts as a wonderful encouragement  and incentive to greater effort, nnd  such enthusiasm is bound to react  for the good of the entire neighborhood. Don't be afraid to line  up with your entries then, and if  yon don't get a prize, you will have  llie aatisfaclion of knowing tli.it  you have helped to make compel i-  tion keener, nnd to make a brave  showing in the exhibition building.  Get a catalogue at once from Jos-  selyn & Cooper and-make up your  mind to take a hand this year.  Some Additional Special Prize.  The following additions have  been made to the list of special  prizes since the catalogue wns  issued :������  For best decorated store window  Kelowna Fall Fair, Ist, $5 : 2nd,  $2.50.   Presented by P. DuMoulin.  Best Collection House Plants.  Ist, $3; 2nd, $2. Presented by  H. W. Raymer.  Best Collection Roots and Vegr-  tablea. 1st, Planet Junior one-  horse cultivator, presented by  Coates, Edwards & Gowen ; 2nd,  $ 10. Presented by A. & T. Association.  The Races  Some delay in the arrangmeut  of the races has been experienced  this year o'��ing to a disagreement  between the race committee and  the A. fit T. Association regarding  terms, but this has now ali been  straightened out and an agreement  reached satisfactory to both parties.  The following programme has been  drawn up by the race committee  and a good two day's sport can be  looked for ;���  Thursday, September 26th.  I. Harness Race, 3 minute trot  or pace, one mile; 2 heats in 3.  $100.  Half-mile Running; 2 heats  $100.  Harness Race, 2.30 trot or  I mile; 3 heata in 5.   $150.  Mile Dash" Open.   $75.  Polo Pony Race, quarter mile  (local)   $50.  Friday, September 27th.  1. Harness Race, free for all,  one mile ; 3 heats in 5.   $200.  2. Half Mile Dash, Pony. 142  and under.   $75.  3. Five-eighths Mile Dash,  open.   $100.  4. Harness Race, 2-40 class,  one mile, 2 heats in 3.   $125.  5. Polo Pony Cup Rare, (local)  i mile.   Cup.  6. Consolation Race, A mile.  $50.00  2.  in 3.  3.  pace.  4.  5.  A meeting of the Poultry and  Pet Stock Association is to be held  in Rattenbury 6t Williams' office,  on "Saturday afternoon, September  2Vat2.3pp.ns.  The wedding took place in Vernon yesterday of Mr. John Feasey,  formerly of London, and Miss  Hazel Hendrix, who comes from  Spokane, Wash. The happy couple  will take up their residence in town  where they have a large circle of  friends.  Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MacLeay are  visiting Mrs. May at H. H. Mac-  Leay's house in Glenmore.  Mr. M. L. Rush, of Ottawa, has  lately purchased land in Glenmore  after a thorough investigation of  the different sections of the Okanagan. The company will undertake the development work for the  present. The land adjoins Mr. J. N.  Thompson's property.  doubt assume a position  influence.  The secretary, Mr. E. L  of great  Ward,  ��� . ".'L  of the Central Poultry Association i  Kettle Valley  Contractors Make  Headquarters Here  Contractors for Line to South  Will Have 2.500 Men on Pay  Roll Here Before January Ist  A development  of the utmost  importance to Kelowna has arisen  ��� ,  ���> ,i_ j.     ' this week in the renting by Messrs.  read a report of  the  pwdlnj- Smith  ��c Grant,  the big firm  > .i ,   ���[.      I ��� j i     contractors   whose   lenders  h.  at the coast where he was a  r1-'-- ���  gate from Kelowna,  showing  of  ^^^^^ _ the  gieul activity in all parts of the province in this line, a large number  of new local associations having  been added during the past few  months. A determined effort is  being made to organize the poultry  industry so as to make il more  profitable and general in a province  which is so admirably adapted for  it.  A paper on " Poultry Keeping "  by one of the members, Mr. A.  Nntley, was read, and at the request of the meeting we publish it  in full in this issue.  The advisability of holding a  poultry show in the winter was  discussed, but it was left for a sub-  sequent meeting lo finally decide  upon the course to be pursued.  The question of ordering a car  of feed for the use of members was  also discussed, but was left over  for the present.  Another meeting was arranged  for Salurday September 21st.  ii    : contractors   whose   tenders   have  '' been accepted for the construction  New Music Teacher  Mr. Stanley Hodkinson, A.R.C.O.  has rented a room in the Raymer  Block which he is fitting up as a  studio  of  music.   Mr. Hodkinson  a new comer from Bolton, Lancashire, in the Old Country, where  I lie has held several important Appointments as organist and choirmaster. His experience in the  musical world has been extensive  and he is the holdei of valuable  testimonials from the borough organist of Bolton and several prominent church authorities. For two  years he was associated with Professor Acton of the Rova] Manchester College (now professor in  the Royal Academy of Music,  London). He is also an Associate  of the Royal College of Organists,  London.  On leaving St. Andrew's Church,  Bolton, where he was choirmaster.  Mr. Hodkinson waa presented with  an illuminated address subscribed  by the minister and practically the  whole congregation.  He will take pupils in piano,  organ, harmony and counterpoint,  voice production and singing.  Mr. A. J. Corner, of Montreal,  has purchased the place next to  Mr. McDougal's in Glenmore.  The wedding took place Monday  evening last of Mr. A. E. Whitling-  ton to Mrs. A. Channing, a sister  of Mrs. H. G. Millard. The ceremony was performed at the Presbyterian church by the Rev. A. Dunn  and waa followed by a reception  at the home of Mr. H. G. Hilliard.  The couple left Kelowna Tuesday morning for Calgary, where  Mr. Whitlington will take up farming.  Mr. A. Alsgard will shortly make  an important move in the development of hia business, having rented  the west half of the furniture atore  on main street. This he will equip  a thoroughly high-class up-to-  date care. The success which has  rewarded the skilful and energetic  manner in which he has conduct-  d his ice cream and candy store  is sufficient to warrant the assumption that with a more modern building, and other favorable conditions  this new development will prove  very popular.  The store to be vacated by A.  Alsgard, has been rented by Messrs.  Phillips & Dreger, who will run a  restaurant and lunch counter. The  new proprietors are amart boys,  hailing from Edmonton, and they  mean to put this much needed institution on a proper and businesslike basis. Cooking and service  are to be strictly A I, and there is  every promise of a most successful  business,  of the 58 miles of Kettle Valley  railway from the summit of the hills  on the south-east to Penticton, of  the old cannery on Water street  for the purpose of offices and  warehouse.  The contractors have just completed a stretch of 30 miles of railroad on Vancouver Island and aa  fast as possible machinery and construction plant is to be moved to  the new work. Some sixteen cars  are being landed during the next  few davs at Naramata, and from  there conveyed to the scene of  operations.  Messrs. Smith & Grant have  already sublet a considerable section of the road, reserving a stretch  of some five miles. The contract  involves an expenditure nf some  two million dollars and will take  about two and a-half years to complete. Kelowna will be the principal centre from which the work  will be directed, and it is here that  the men amounting lo between  2,000 and 3,000 will be engaged  and paid. Fully 70 per cent, of the  business we are assured, will be  handled in Kelowna, the rest al  points down the lake.  Narrow Escape From  aJtrjrwttUtg  Mr. W. A. Scott, a man employed  in the sawmill, had a narrow  escape from drowning last Saturday  morning. He had gone down between 7 and\8 o'clock in the morning to pole a few logs from the  boom to where they could be  hauled up to the saw. This was  not his regular employment but he  had volunteered to do it. It is  believed that he must have been  overtaken by dizziness or fainting  and fallen off a log, as when found  he was lying face downward in  about three feet of water. He was  taken out unconscious and apparently dead. First aid was at once  administered and doctors Knox and  Huycke hastily summoned with  the result that after some half-  hour's strenuous effort he was  brought back to life. It was certainly a close call, but happily he  is now little worse for it.  Reduction in Cable Rates to  the Old Country  Postmaster Genera) Pelletier has  made an important announcement  in regard to the reduction of cable  rates.  " As the result of representations  made to the Western Union Telegraph Co. by the Postmaster General of Great Britain and myself,"  he said," the additional reduction  in cable rates will be made at an  early date. For telegrams in plain  language the present rate of sixpence per word ia reduced ta four-  pence half-penny, or to nine cents  per word, and instead of being  subject to s delay of 24 hours will  be transmitted with no more than  necessary delay to give priority to  shilling a word messages.  " A news service of night letters  will be inaugurated at a charge of  seventy-two cents for twelve words  and five cents for each additional  word, to be delivered on the day  following that on which they are  handed in."  An exceptionally inteiesling picture entitled " The Battle of Two  Palms " will be presented in Dreamland on Tuesday next, September  17th. The pictures were taken by  special command of the King of  Italy under the direction of the  court photographer, and show  scenes of an actual battle in the  Tripoli war.  Poultry Keeping a  Profitable Industiy         /  Paper read by A. Notlev al ihe Poultry  Aaaocialion meeting laat Saturday.  I often think that in relation lo  ihe poultry industry one looks for  profit too soon. Where eggs ot  table birds are produced there is  naturally something to come in  continually, but there may not be  a profit at first. When one starts  in a fresh district he may not know  the best place for purchasing food  at the lowest rate, or the best market for tbe disposal of all the  produce. Undoubtedly thia is the  cause of many failures. You will'  find this more apparent in districts  where there is no poultry association to assist breeders, but in districts where lli: circles are formed  you will find the iuduslry gaining  by leaps and bounds and reaching  the position it ought lo have  amongst other trades.  The poultry yard is not always  the happiest place to be in. Keeping i�� all right when the sun shines  both sides of the hedges, but in  cold, wet and snowy weather it ia  very trying for the poultry keeper,  and yet it is at such times that he  needs to be more vigilant. There  are loo many fireside poultry keep-  en. If the birds could be brought  to them everything would be all  right, but to have to turn am in nil  kinds of weather means drudgery,  and then soon ends the profit from  the stock.  la bad weather ihey will not get  much green food and insect life is  almost unknown. To counteract  this green food ami uveal must be  provided, when probably the egg  supply may reach fairly respectable  figures. From now on the breeding  pens should have the best possible  care and attention ; (he aduh bitda  should be watched xery carefully  for any sign of disease. Running  colds are the commooast of all a I-  menls, and are apt to be neglected,  but the alert poullrymon on the  first signs of s cold amongst his  flock lakes steps to promptly cheek  the outbreak. Colds are usually  brought on by allowing the birds  to sleep in draughty places. Fresh  air, no matter how plentiful, will  never hurt fowls, but, like limn.in  beings, they cannot stand draughts.  Swollen heads and watery eyes  are the common features of a flock  that has to roost in a badly-constructed building, and ihe trouble  required to cure birds so affected  is s thoussnd limes greater than  thai entailed in doing away with  the cause. A bit of putly, canvas  or fell or a few strips of wood will  go a long way to make a poultry  house drsught proof if put on in  the right places.  Where one or two birds are  noticed to be suffering from cold*  a good roup powder should be  added lo the drinking water, as  this will act as a tonic to the whole  flock and help to keep the colds  from becoming general. Much'.  harm is spread when ihe water is  allowed to remain in the vessel*  for too long at a time. Sixty-five  per cent, of an egg is water, so il  can readily be seen what importance is sttached to this. In cold  weather the chill should be taken  off. A laying hen needs lots of  water, but if given icy cold she  refuses to take but a very small  quantity, consequently a low aupply of eggs.  Of late years there has been a  great change in the construction of  poultry houses. I refer to the open  construction. It is very difficult to  lay down any hard and fast rule aa  to the construction of poultry  houses, aa we find birda thriving  and giving good returns in different kinds of houses, but tha old  system of building to exclude ihe  air has never proved satisfactory.  It is very necessary that the  house  be built on a dry location  A large new addition haa been  msde to the McKenzie Co.'s stole  at the rear. This will be used for  ware-house purposes.  Don't forget the dance in aid of  the Kelowna Hospital to be held  at the Ellison schoolhouse on Friday. Ihe 20th,  Blrtk  SWORDY. -On Friday, August 25th,  the wife of T- Swordy, a boy. The Orchard Citu .R^urd  Thursday, September 12  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published every Thursday at the (Jfltce,  Kelowna. B.C.  JOHX LEATHLEY, Editor an J Proprietor,  Subsartptioi, $1.50 per annum.  To United States $2. 00 per tint nun.  Advertising tales upon application.  Poultry Keeping a  Profitable Industry  C.tnlinu.tl Irum ii.sr 1  where there is ample drainage,  1 lie lloor ..11..ul.) be elevated ho  that you are quite sure ol this ; tlie  house sliould fate llie south with  as much ol llie (rout open as  possible ; drop curtains shuuld be  provided in case ol severe storms  and wind, but ventilation and an  abundance of fresh air are two ol  llie most essential conditions of  the lien house. Another important  advantage is that it will accommodate double the quantity of birds  thus reducing the cost of lumber,  tke... to a large extent where a large  number ol birds are tu lie kept,  also (liocii.sc is not hall as liable to  attack llie birds. Perches should  nol be more than two leet fiom the  lloor and should all be ol the same  height. Many fowls or f r lo perch  li!,lh in Oldel, nu uouul, to be  secure from tlieii natural enemies,  but when protected artificially iheie  is no need for this. A low perr.li  is a great deal belter lor the heavy  breeds; there is less danger ol llie  birds injuring themselves. Movable perches are preferable as  they can be cleaned more easily,  and cleanliness must be practised  at all times.  A 2 x 3 scantling with the upper  edges rounded off makes the best  perch. Fix them so lliat tliey do  not rock or tip, and fix them so  they do not touch the walls of the  building, then llie dillicully of  dealing with the red mile is reduced almost to a minimum, Everybody knows the terrible havoc  that this pest creates in the henhouse. 1 believe it is worse than  ull other ills combined  A dropping board should be  placed under the perches. The  droppings are a good lertitizei and  it is much easier to keep the house  clean. Nest boxes should be placed  where there is only sufficient light  for the hen to distinguish the nest  and the nest egg, and they should  also be placed so that they can be  easily cleaned and disinfected;  and a most important thing is to  have two exits from each nest, no  matter how many nests are provided. A number of hens will want  to lay in the same nest, consequently fighting, broken eggs, and the  evil habit of egg. eating.  To increase productiveness the  comfoit of the hens must be studied  in every detail. A good scratching  pen where ihe lieiio can gel plenty  of exercise is needful. Activity is  the life of the hen. I have heard  numerous complaints this lasl hatching season of chickens being unable to liberate themselves from  llie shell. Some complain ol the  hens others the incubator, but  rarely indeed is it the fault of  either. The failure is lack ol knowledge; on the part ol peisons  attending same; but the chief  cause is keeping the breedefs in  cramped winter quarters wilh insufficient exercise, nnd in many  cases feeding too much highly  fattening foods. Under these circumstances the hens cannot produce eggs that will hatch inlo  strong, healthy and vigorous chicks.  This is the cause of a great deal  ol the failure of the eariy hatching.  The larger the scratching pen  the better it will be because the  hen will spend the greater pari of  the day in it. Make the roof  water-light and th ��� sides free from  diaught. Cover ihe bottom to a  good depth with chaff, leaves or  anything that the corn may he  buried in. This will keep the liens  from moping around and getting  cold. Do not forget to place two  or three dust boxes in (he sun.  lliese are noture's preventatives  against lice. The grit, shell and  charcoal boxes should also be fixed  in the pen. Il is much preferable  to placing ihem in the sleeping  quarters.  Often has (he question been  asked���which is the best variety  of hen for winter laying ? Each  variety has its own supporters and  it is a difficult matter to convince  tliem otherwise. I have had good  results both with the American and  Mediterranean breeds, but the but  the balance is in favor of the American class. 1 'refer especially to the  R .cks and the Rhode Island Reds,  the latter is specially adapted for  utility, having the blood of the  Leghorn, Game and, Brahma running through its veins making it  one of the best birds for all purposes.  The public demand is for meat  and eggs, therefore this constitutes  two types of birds��� those for ment  nnd those for eggs. 1 lie ulocky  lien indicates a good meal producer  the rangy hen an egg producer, so  that when you are making your  selection (or winter laying cull out  all the meat birds and ploce tliem  in the fattening pen because lliese  will certainly never lay enough  eggs to pay (or their feed, llie  laying lieu is easily distinguished  from the other The development  ol llie egg to a large extent is in  the body below the brood part of  llie back so that pari must be n  good deal wider llinn the lore part,  longer in the body; nerk and legs,  breast broad nnd sloping upwards,  nlidomen wider and deeper than  the breast, legs well spread and  rather long, tail well spicad and  pointing downwards. Cull out all  birds lhat have laid two seasons.  Twelve pullets will lay more eggs  in their first season than eighteen  one-year-old hens, and twenty-  foui two-year-olds, so it will be  readily understood how useless the  old birds are especially when you  take into consideration the hi^li  cost of feed.  I have been very much surprised  to see the laige number ol old  birds that are being kept around.  Well may people keep crying out  that their liens are not paving ;  nor will they ever until this is  remedied.  If you choose for winter layers  die Mediteiranean breed, select  those that were hatcded the latter  part of April or early in Muy.  I hese birds will stait laving in  November and with proper care  and attention will continue all  through the winter. Chickens of  this breed that are hatched earlier  are liable to a partial moult, and  these in the hands of an inexperienced man will nol lay an egg all  tlie winter. Chickens fiom the  heavier breeds should be chosen  from lebruary and March hate"  ings as they take Irom six lu eight  weeks longer to mature than the  others.  1 he egg is one ol llie best of  food products. In feeding for egg  production n valuable lesson may  be learned from nature. It wil  have been observed thai llie domestic fowls that receive llie least care  and attention, or, iu other words,  whose conditions approach more  nearly the natural conditions, lay  most ol their eggs in the spiingtime.  It is our duly then to note the conditions sun minding these fowls al  that time. The weather is wann,  they get an abundance ol green  food, plenty of exercise and Iresli  air, and plenty uf insect liie.  It will be seen, then, lhat an  endeavour must be made to make  it springtime all the year round !  Give u waim place, plenty of fresh  air, liberal supply of green food,  meat and exercise. I o increase  the productiveness ol the hen a  variety of food must be given  wheat and oats appear to be the  most largely fed food, but with  this lood alone ynti cannot produce  that nice rich orange colored yolk  that is so much desired by a certain class oi customers. (In some  branches of (he trade a much  higher price is paid for these select  eggs. Corn helps largely lu pro  duce lliese, hence some should be  fed. I he best tune to feed corn is  for the evening meal. Given a  they will clean up of whole corn  the hens go to roost early and are  late coming down. Corn is slow  digesting und also gives great  warmth, making it an ideal fund  for the interval between supper  und breakfast. One meal per day  is quite sufficient of corn. II fed  wholly on this the hens gel too  fat and the dire results ol overfed  hens are well known.  Wheal, and oats scattered a-  mongst the straw in the scratching  pen makes the best morning Ire,I  Ihis will give the hen lots ol work  to do, nnjluclivily means life to the  hen. It ia^a difficult matter lu give  the exact amount of feed, because  some In red:, need a great deal  more than others, bul never feed  al any meal more than is eaten up  clean ; lood thai is led over becomes tainted and dirty. I specially refer to the mash or soft food  meal' that is given. There is a  diversity 'of opinion as , to llie  proper time to feed the mash but  I have had llie best results bv Iccd-  ing for the midday meal bran,  short, meat scrap, with a good  supply of mealed alfalfa, mixed  warm and only just wet enough to  make it crumbly makes an ideal  food. Mealed nllalfa is preleruble  to the shredded ; the latter has too  much roughage in il nnd is likely  to cause indigestion if fed by inexperienced persons.  I should like to mention here  that alfalfa is the very best giecu  winter food that I know uf and by  feeding it you can produce that  select yolk thai I mentioned before.  Charcoal should always be provided and in such a form thut the  hens may take it when they desire  it. This improves the health of  the bird and cases of sickness are  EXTENSION OF TIME  NOIK'K is hereby given lliat the lime  fur  ilir  reception of tenders for tlie con-  ���traction   of   the   Victoria   Harbour. B.C.,  Breakwater, is further extended   to  Tuesday, October 15. 1912.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  42 Ottawa, August 31, 1912.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining lights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portiofi of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased fore term  of twenty -one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by tlie applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a lee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the mcichantable output of the mine at  the rale of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns sliould be furnished at  less! once a year.  1 he lease will include (he coal mining  lights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of (10 an  acre. ��� *  For full information  application   should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or lo any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N B.    Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not he paid for.  City of Kelowna  NOTICE TO MERCHANTS^  NOTICED i. Iierebv Riven llial from tliia  .late the Corporation uf the City of Kelow.  nn. will not be responsible for good, ordered or purchased in il.* name unte..  .ame are supplied upon a written requi.i-  tion nitined by tbe City Clerk. Merchant,  are lequeated to supply goode only upon  receipt of .aid written requi.itiou.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk.  Kelowna, B.C.,  Auguat 30th, 1912  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and  Cent.' Rubber  Heel,  of the Beat Make.  very rare when tliis in fed. Some  people feed this in tlie mash but it  makes it look dark and uninviting,  1 prefer to feel il from n hopper ol  some kind. Mix the iiihsIi with  the water llie alfalfa has been  steeped in or milk if you have it.  Milk to a lar^e extent will serve as  the meat ration so when you feed |  that t,'ive less meat scraps. Give  one good handful of oilmeal to  every twenty-five hens mixed in the  soft mash and I will guarantee that  if this system ol feeding is carried  out, not forgetting grit and oysler  shell, that Biddy will give you a  great surprise at the end of the  winter and we shall hear less wail-  ing about hens hot paying to keep.  These conditions promote stain-  I'l.i ; that means eggs ; eggs mean  profit. Do not try to force the  productiveness by giving a lol of  Stimulants such us black pepper,  cayenne and V red, the. loo  much lorcing is like nil other over  woik. Animals break down eail.y  in life. It is as true in the poultry  yard as everywhere else. Whut is  worth doing is worth doing well.  One of the secrets of success in  the poultry yard is loving the woik  and it certainly should be n pleasure to look after fowls.  A great inajotily of people are  so circumstanced that they can  keep a few fowls at veiy little  expense. The field is a large one  and there is room for all. Do not  forget lhat cleanliness is the passport to prosperity in the poultry  world. - A. NOTI..F.Y.  I'ew, if any, mederii.es hnve met wilh  the uniform auccetn that lias attended ihe  use of (Jltambei .mil's   Colic,   Cholera   and  Diarrhoea Remedy. Tha remarkable cures  of colic and diarrlura which it haseflectcd  in almost every neighborhood hnve given  it a wide reputation. I or side by all dcal-  ets.  Levitt's  R  ecipe  for  1NCRED1ENTS-  A Client,  _The Homeseekers' Friend, ���  A-Small Amount of Capital,  A Little Caution,  A Dash of Confidence,  A Lot or Two in Kelowna,  The Right Opportunity.  Making Dollars  But the point is this - you must seize ths opportunity when it  is presented to you as you will never be able to get property  cheaper or as che p again, as Kelowna is advancing so rapidly  that prices are bound to rise so seize the opportunity while it  presents itself.    For example:  2 Lots on Richter Street (N) one a corner lot, $250 each  House and Lot on Richter Street (S), $1,675  1   Acre On DeHart Ave., $1,850.      All on very reasonable terms.  Lt VI1 1, The Homeseeker's Friend  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, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  P.O. Box 495,   'Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block   :  Office open every evening after supper.  WALK ABOUT  in WALK-OVER SHOES  and you will always travel FIRST-CLASS  A GAIN we must remind you- of the  ** approach of the fall. Boxes and bales  of FALL AND WINTER GOODS tumble in  on us every day. Amongst the most recent  arrivals in our Fall and Autumn stock are  'Walk-Over' Boots  For Men and Women  This brand of boots requires no introduction to the people who wear boots. There are  No Better Shoes Made  in America  It's a |pleasure for us to sell them as we  know the purchaser will be satisfied and  will be a {walking advertisement for us as  long as the boots wear. Come in and see  them;  it's no trouble to show goods.  Remember you are under no  obligation to buy  $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00  We invite comparison.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 - ���  Thuradau, September 12  The Orchard City Record  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and aee our stock.   We carry the beat line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').   All kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Comeand see our stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order.  JA6pctinng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -      KELOWNA  'Phone  150  nsM, homelove\:~  notf id the time to pet the houte  \eadu^��o\ iall and winter, we  have ou\ new bto\e loll ol $eau~  tUul thm<& that will' make uoitb  home &mile. uou love a Seatdijul  home) don't uou^ io whu not 6>pend  borne oi uoiA apple and tomato  moneu to make uoiA home happu f  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Homu Happu."  i Phone" 194       , P. O Bo. I 2  Office Crowley Block  IE. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decoratini * Gnll.nl Home Repair.  General House Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call at office if in town, 'phone or  write if at homo.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent (or ihe  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Proposed Big Tunnel Through  The Selkirks  Hie C P.R is contemplating the  driving of a double track tunnel a  little over eight miles long through  the summit of the Selkirks, in order  to eliminate the steep grades over  Rogers pass, the scene of many  dangerous snowslides. Surveys  for the proposed undertaking have  been completed by engineering  parties working under the direction  of Mr. F. F. Busteed, formerly general superintendent of the Pacific  division, and now engineer in  charge of the double-tracking surveys, wilh headquarters at Kamloops.  The proposed tunnel will extend  from Bear Creek east of the summit  to a point west of Glacier station.  The cost is estimated at over $1,-  500,000 per mile. The major portion of the tunnel will h've a gradient of one per cent, with a central  section of a short distance with a  gradient of about two per cent.  A school of forestry will be established at the University of British  Columbia. '  The gold output of the Klondike  this year will reach five million*,  which is a million more than last  year.  O.ie million, Iwo bundled thousand cubic yaida of gravel have  been swept into the Culebra cut ol  the Panama Canul by slides last  week.  Prof. A. J. Perry, of Okanagan  College, has accepted the Chair in  English language in the University  of Manitoba, Winnipeg.  A regular tri-werkly service is  being started between Narainata,  Summerland and Penticton by the  Okanagan Lake Boat Co.  All-night banks are lo be estah  lished in London to enable tradesmen who take in large sums in the  evening to deposit their money in  a place of safety,  Miss Florence La Due won the  world's championship for women  for fancy roping at the Calgary  Stampede, defeating Miss Lucille  Mulhall, of Oklahoma, former  world's clirfnipiiin.  Bramwell Booth, the new head  of the Salvation Army, has issued  an appeal for $750,000 with which  to erect, equip and maintain a  (mining college for Salvation Army  officers as a memorial to his father.  The must powerful battleship yet  ordered is to be laid down in November by the British Admiralty.  She is lo be 700 feet in length nnd  is to displace 30,000 tons, while  her high-powered turbine engines  are to develop a speed of 29 knots.  With only nine votes in opposition, Medicine Hat issued a by-law  to raise $300,000 for the installation of a new system and Alteration  plant. This is the first unit of a  system capable of supplying thirty  million gallons a day.  Vincent Gihherson was badly  hurt last week at the Penticton  sawmill. He became entangled in  a band saw, the muscles of hia leg  being torn nnd the bone half sawn  through. Three fingers were also  sawn off. He is recovering however. _  During the four months, from  April Ist lo August Ist of the current fiscal year, 209,642 immigrants  arrived in Canada. Of this number 143,742 arrived at Ocean  points and 65,900 from the United  States. These figures show an increase of 15 per cent, over last  year.  Andrew Forsylhe, of Kamloops,  who haa been deaf and dumb for  fourteen years, suddenly regained  hia speech and hearing at the sight  of the mangled body of Edmunds  who was killed by a train. The  shock caused Forsythe to scream.  He then found he could talk and  hear. He says something snapped  in his head.  Prof. Schaefer's declaration that  life can be created by chemical  action has created widespread discussion and controversy among  scientists and laymen. Newspapers throughout the counlty comment on the theory of the president of the British Association, surmising that it will prove a topic of  bitter argument. They compare it  with the epoch-making theories of  Darwin and Huxley on the evolution of man.  Amusements  The Pollard's Juvenile Co.  Thirty-five of the most talented  juveniles to be found on the stage  constitute the Pollard's Australian  Juvenile Opera Company. They  are all from Australia and form  the only organization worthy of the  name in the business. They present a number of the latest musical  comedies in a way that puts many  an adult opera company to the  blush. Their acting, dancing and  singing are mutters of marvel to  II who see them. They opened  their first American tout in San  Francisco, at the old Tivoli Opera  House in, 1901, and Press and  public had nothing hut praise for  them then, and in all towns visited  since. This is the fifth tour of the  world made bv this organization,  commencing in Sydney, Australia,  on July I, 1912. Every piece is  mounted and costumed in the best  style, and the performances are  perfect in every respect. The  engagement is for two nights,  September 26 and 27.  Rip Van Winkle  The Rip Van Winkle Co. are  booked at ihe Opera house for  next Saturday week, September 21.  The popular slorv is reproduced  with high grade scenic effects, and  should prove a powerful attraction  especially for ihe young folks. The  tale of Rip and his decent from  the Hartz Mountains is one of the  World's classics, and never fails to  interest and amuse.  An article that ha. real metil ahould in  time become popular. That inch ia the  cSae wilh Chamberlain'a Couu.li Remedy  haa been attested by many dealer.. Here  i. one of them. II. W. Henrjriclcaon, Ohio  Fall., h.d,, writeai " Chamberlain'a Cough  Remedy ia the beat (or cougha, cold, and  croup, and ia my beat teller. For aale by  all dealera.  The dates of the Fall Fair are  September 25, 26 and 27  When  you bring your watch or  clock lo us lo be repaired  you can rest assured lhat  it will receive the beet of  care and attention.    We  want your confidence and  are daily striving to deserve it by conscientious  workmanship.   We  can  make any piece of Jewelry to your own deign  and  guarantee the price  to be as low as the lowest  Expert Watch. Clock  and Jewelry Repairing is our specialty.  Try us.  W. M. PARKER & CC^'ttVr."  Crowley Block . Box 316. Bernard Ave.  All repairs- absolutely guarantied  A Photograph  of the Children  will be a pleasure now and  a delight to you in years to  come. Your absent friends,  too, will appreciate such a  picture.  Bring the little one. down to  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCUFFE  BLOCK  Jl specially Is made of child studies  Open Thurs., Friday & Saturday,  From 10 till 5  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 t.m.  Leaves Wentbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE. FRIDAYS  L.eare. Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.90 p.m.  Leave. Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  An ad. in the "Record''  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.    Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Larja.t Studios ia th. Interior  ,   Portraits by appoint.���t  Pendoxi Street,   -   Kdewu  I  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flower*  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  Rough .and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED  -   $75,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Call in and see our splendid new display of  CHINA  CROCKERY*  GLASSWARE  Select your purchase* from a large assortment of the choicest modern designs  Lamp Shades,  Electric Table Lamps.  & Electric Light Fittings  We have an exceptionally fine range of these goods  Marine end Stationary Engine*,  Bicycle* and Repair*, Launch Fitting*  GEO. F.  PENDOZI STREET  P. O. Box 90  JAMES  KELOWNA. B.C.  Telephone 54  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Between PfMbyterien a new Enellsh churches)  Perennials (in variety)  Cut Flowers  On sale also .1 Mr. KnowL.* Jewelry Store  Pot Plants  Ferni,  Begonias,  CoUnt,   Untinu,  Cyclamen. Ate.        15-25 cents.  Order* taken for bulbi for (all flowering  PALMER * ROGERSON-Bw 117  Telephone   -   H  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE.  KRLOWNA.  We Guarantee  The "Record" will record a record in your business  records if you willry   it.   How?   Why just advertise. The Orchard Citu Record.  Thuradau, September 12  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLENDID  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  This block cannot be excelled foraubdicision purposes  In a aub-dioision of this block eoery lot would be a  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City water aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate will find it worth their while to call at  our office and make inquiry into this offer.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L 0. Ca'8 OFFICE  Keller Block ��� Kelowna, B.C.  ��VEN if you think  you have all you  need for that hunting expedition or outing, come in here and look around.  You may hnd something that will increase your  comfort or plaaaure.    We Leva them all.  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  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.    -    WkJ*  Just About Now is the Right Time  lo eall in and renew your aubaeription to the " Record."  Town and Country  The Rev. D. J. Welsh"* subject  (or next Sunday evening ia Augustus Toplady.  Mr. Geo. Welsh, who is up from  the coast on bnsiness, is staying  with his son the Rev. D. J, Welsh  Jas. Campbell's new steamboat  is nearing completion and will prob  ably be launched during the next  few weeks.  Mias Messenger, formerly prin  cipal of (he Kelowna School, it  staying wilh Miss Martin for a short  time before taking up teaching  duties at the Summerland college.  A special shipment of fruit for  the celebration at Calgary was  made by the Vernon Fruit Co.,  including some fine melons grown  by Palmer & Rogerson.  The visitors to the Calgary Stampede came back Sunday and Monday. The event although thoroughly enjoyed was somewhat marred  by the unfavorable weather conditions.  The monthly meeting of ihe  Country Girls' Branch of the Ladies  Hospital Aid will be held on Saturday afternoon, September 14th,  at 3 o'clock, at " Springwood"  the residence of Mrs. Cather.  Building operations have been  commenced on the new telephone  exchange situated on St, Paul street.  The building will tie a cement one  containing four rooms, and constructed so as to allow the addition  of one or more stories should th-y  be required. H. W. Raymer is the  conlractor.  Mr. H, J. Blurton, the district  game warden, wishes to call the  attention of our readers to the fact  that the shooting of prairie chicken  is nol permissible until September  16th. Last year it began on the  15th, hut this year Monday, September 16th, is the date.  Confirmation services are to be  held lo - morrow (Friday), al St.  Michael's Church, tlie Bishop of  llie diocese officiating. Tltis is  Bishop De Pencier's first visit to  Kelowna. Accompanying him is  the Rev. Jocelyn Perkins, Canon of  Westminster Abbey.  The wedding took place last  Thursday of Ephraim Arthur Day  and Mrs. Minnie Gertrude Tutcher.  1 he ceremony was performed at  Mr. Day's residence by the Rev.  D. J. Welsh. The couple received  a rousing send-off at the wharf  Salurday morning when they left  t'jt the coast.  The Opera House was the scene  of a very successful social dance  on Tuesday, about thirty couples  being present. The dance was  the first of a series to be given by  (he management during the coming winter. Music was furnished  by the Dreamland Orchestra.  Manager .Duncan of the Opera  House is gelling this week a complete outfit of new stage decorations, drop curtain and scenery  which will greatly improve the appearance of the stage. This is part  of the improvement which Mr.  Duncan will carry out in ihe near  future.  A band of Nez Perce Indians  from the Washington reserve passed through town last Saturday.  They numbered in all about 100  and with their horses were ferried  over from Westbank. Their picturesque appearance attracted camera enthusiasts in large numbers.  They left during the afternoon for  Vernon where they will engage in  the hop picking. It is probable  they will come through Kelowna  on their way back and give us the  usual pow-wow.  Contributions of fruit, vegetables  poultry, butter, eggs, etc., would be  gladly welcomed by the Hospital  Society and may be left at the  Hospital. 429  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.LS.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  ENGINEER and  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,  Phone 147.  B.C.  P.O. Box 231  Running up and down aiaira, .weeping  and bending over making bed. will nol  matte a woman healthy or beautiful. She  muat get out of doors; walk a mile or two  every day and take Chamberlain'a Tableta  lo improve her digeation and regulate her  bowel..   For aale by all dealer..  SUMMER JEWELRY  Our New Good, are coming in  daily. Among the latest lo arrive  are :���  Hat Pins from 50c. upward  Dutch Collar Pini Soc. to 11.5o  Waist Pint from 25c. to 25e pr  Black and Pearl Beads  From 5oc. to $10  J. B. KNOWLES  1"'"      ���   ���      KELOWNA, B.C  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box ISS 'Phone 06  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Receives Pupils nt lii. Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK (or Lotion* in _  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 year.' previous experience    Will play for dances  Addrea. Box 257, Kelnwne, B.C.  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought i<nd sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tt BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Buildings, I own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  UT. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Attoc. Mara. Can, Soc. C. E       Gradual* Toronto  Uieivaraity  Waterworks and Sewerage Systems. Pumping and  Uf liling Planli, Concrete Con-  ���(ruction, etc.  KELOWNA, B. C.  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Kali ibiti oner Royal ColUga  of   Muaic, and lately  with Ktndrick Pyna,  Mue. Doc., Organist of tha  Cathedral, Manchester, Cng���  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At tha Studio, Trench Block. Kelowna.  Muaic  of  avary  doacription   supplied.  P.O.  o*437.  S. W. THAYER, D.V S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill University)  Residence :   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Message,  may   be  left  at   the  office   of  Meaeia. Rattenbury fc William.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plan and  Estimates  Furnished  Residence,    10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONE ft  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Reeidence 'Plione : No. 10)  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  -Weil equipped with  Steam  and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parte of tha Lake  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 feel above the Lake, it commands a beeuti-  ful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one CLENMOKE. Don't miaa tha opportunity of .electing a few acrea of thia desirable  property.  If you wish a cheep building lot or an acre of land call on ua snd wt will  ahow you our sub-diviaion  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  Just four block, from the centra of the town.    Price, low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only lha beet board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  GEO. THOMPSON  HARNESS MAKER  KELOWNA  the mart with 30 yeara' constant  practical experience in harness  making and repairing  Invites Your Close Inspection  of his work when finished  Water Street, Kelowna  Next to Dreamland Picture Theatre  MOIMF Y   ^"V"* *"'��� ,0 m*k�� '�����   Hare are a few bargaina  AvlV/i^JLs 1 Ihst cannot be equalled���euro money-raakera.  1,045 acres, 14 miles from Penticton.  600 acrca of it easy to cultivate. Fir.i-clcaa hay or fruil land. Free  water. Price $25 per acre.  1,000 acres, 10 miles from Kelowna.  500 acres under cultivation. First-class Isnd now growing fruit sad  hay. Thi. property would esaily produce 1,000 tons of hav psr  yasi.   About 400 tons on it this year. Pries 170 psr acre.  12 acres, 5 miles from Kelowna.  All ia fruil, wilh food Houae and Outbuildinge. Will ba sold aa a  going concern, including crop thia year. Pries $9,500.  32 acres, half-mile from City Limits.  Flva acre, bearing orchard, balance in meadow. Good House and  Outbuildings. All for $18,000.  32 acres, 3 miles from City.  E'?,-4S!ll~S*,<low   or  v��ISteble   lands.    Good   building..  Price $20,000.  Lots on Ellis Street, 50 feet by 140 ft, $1,000.  10 acres in City Limits.  Pries $1,000 per acre.  192 acres on Lake, 5 miles from Kelowna.  Three-quarters of a mile lake fnmt. House on property. Price $3,000.  ELLIOTT & COPELAND  'Phone 25  Real Estate and Insurance Brokers  &LOWNA, RC. Thursday, -September 12  Orchartl Oitii Record  our  the  *oys  ind Girls  If you will look in  window you will see  swellest line of  \cnhhlers &  Yjxercise Books  ever shown in Kelowna.  These are not all. Our  whole stock of  zhool opening supplies  NOTICE  is the best procurable in  Canada and is much better and more complete  than any we have ever  handled.  |s Sure to See Them  before you make your purchases for next term.  '. B. Willits & Co.  |)RUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  ��HONE 19  PUBLIC NOTICE ii Ufeby given th��t  tiie Canadian Pacific Railway Compan)  did deposit in the Land Registry Office in  the City of Kamloops, Province of British  Columbia, on 27th day of Ji.lv, 1912, under  No. 1,084. Plan, Profile and Book of Re.  ference, of proposed spur tracks to be con-'  stmcted by the said Company in the City  of Kelowna, in the Province of Britiih  Columbia, aaid spur tracks being shown  as crossing Water Street, Haynes Avenue,  Cawston Avenue, and blocks 24, 25, 28,29  and 48. and that thirty days after this notice or so soon thereafter as the application  can be heard the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company intends to apply to the Board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada lor  authority tn construct and operate the  aforesaid spurs.  Dated at Vancouver this 28th day of  August, 1912.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  E. W. BATEMAN,  Local Right of Way and L^ase Agent,  41-44 Vancouver, B.C.  The implicit confidence that many people  have in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ard  Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience in the use of that remedy and  their knowledge of the many remarkable  cures of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that  it has effected.    For sale by all dealers.  Private Sale  of  Household Furniture  at the residence of  E. C. SCOTT, BERNARD AVE.  (third houae frum Knox church)  Everything Must b�� Sold   *  Sale   from  September   16th    to  20lli,  from   10 n.iri,  lo  6 p.m.  41 2  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  ., ^.���.,-..^...........-;..rr.,._.. ~~,���~ --���  ���vfi I  ���-aijtj-y J  How Much of Your Road Money is  Spent in Filling Ruts?  IK the millions of dollar, that have been spent repairing worn-  out, washed-out streets and roads had been used 10 build  more miles uf food highways, fewer farmers would now be  wastiiiK \aluable time and money taltinu "round-about" routes  to town.  FIRST cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usually  only a "starter." The cost of upkeep soon equals that  first cost and there is always an ever-increasing annual expense  for repairs. The worst feature of it is that such a road is  never a really first-class highway.  IN estimating the cost of a road you should include the expense, of keeping it in good condition for at least twenty  years. If you don't, you're figuring on the first payment for  that road, only. And the remaining payments are as certain  as taxes. The upkeep cost of concrete roads is practically  nothing.  Concrete roads are the bast roads from the first and  the best and cheapest roads at the end of ten, fifteen  and twenty years.  CONCRETE i. the Meal paving material tor .tree!, in .mail town, as  well a. for main highway, in the country.  Edward N. Hinei, Wayne County, Michigan, RoadCummiiiioner,  and one ol America's foreinoit authorities on good road., iiyi:  An,c.��--jl.,.>..^^^  ��i��Jrar.'a��aJlaaltaui.l��a��irua. sar 10. IS, M Mar. aad lo...  ci,,j��%.t of all aood r..Js, skauM tarasUaata lha ���.���rib al caaarala.  WU&ITE (or Ihe fact, about Concrete highway.. When Convinced,  *�� . u.t your influence to have the road, for which you uay built to laat.  We have highway expert, who will viiit any community intending  to build more road, and explain )uit why and how concrete road, are best  and cheapen.  Canada Cement Conpany Limited  810 Herald Building, Monlraal  �����,���,. ,.., of our ear free beck far tar mrs" Wkallks farm  Trait, \*WckS*ku*Vol. rtrilefor It. Itsabsatattlefru.  I  Okanagan Centre  ("ion, nur own correspondent  Mi. II. N. Evans, foreman al lb'  Rainbow Ranch, left on Saturday'���  bont for a three month's visit lo his  old home in Surrey, England.  Mr. F, Stuart of Calgary is paying a visit to ihe orchards- of tin  Duck Lake Fruitlnnda Company  this wrjek, in which company he is  a shareholder.  Mr. A. E Boyd came in from  Vancouver and in staying o/er fni  a few cUvs at his fruit lot near the  head of Dtick Lake on the main  Vernon-Kelowna road.  Mr. A. D. Monaees is having extensive additions and improve-  merits done to his honar, which,  when completed will make it rank  with the most palatial residences  in our district.  We are now enj tying "Indian  Summer" ��� warm, blight, sunpy  days, succeeded hy cool nights.  Thia will give lhat beautiful i< d  color to the apple for which the  Okanagan has become so lainoup.  A pleasing ceremony took place  at the Church of England act vices  held on Sunday evening lasl when  the Rev. D. A. D. Robertson offici-  ciated at the christening of his own  little son, and also the little son ol  Mr. and Mis. G. S. McQuinn,  The operations of the Okanngan  Telephone: Company hnve brer  delayed by the non-arrival of poler  nt the Rainbow whaif They are  confidently expected this week  however, when ihey will be immediately distributed and set i-  place and the wire strung. "JMr.C.  W. Dobie, ihe local manager of th>  company has made ninny ttips to  our district lately, sizing up tin  telephone needs here and assures  that the line will be in operation  this fall. 1  A most interesting and picturesque sight was lo be seen lasl Sunday and Monday when large numbers of Indians passed through the  district on their way I > lake part  in the hop-picking at the Coldstream Ranch near Vernon. All  conditions and kinds these were,  from the ven rable old "tyeei" to  the " tenas papoose." From as far  south as central Washington ihey  come, riding their "cayusea" nnd  leading or herding along the pack-  horses loaded with blankets, lood,  and cooking outfits, camping by  lake or stream, wherever night finds  them. 1 his annual excursion to  the hop fields of the Coldstream  Ranch partakes the nature of a  vacation or holiday to them, and  also a means lo procure the ever  necessary "chickamen." It ia interesting indeed to watch ihem file  by���tbe " squaws" with their varicolored garments and the "bucks"  with th~ir deerskin coals and  ''chaps." Civilization has wrought  its changes amongst them; but  there is still much that clings to  these "children of nature" of their  aboriginal state, and this glimpse  we have of them once a year re  minds us of the first dwellers of  British Columbia, a race which will  ere long have all passed over the  " Great Divide," to the " Saghalie  Tyee" beyond.  Potato Canker  There has been issued, by direction of the Minister ..( Agriculture  at Ottawa, a conspicuous poster  calling the attention of potato  growers to the importance of examining their crop to ascertain  whether or not it is infected wilh  " Potato Canker."  The hanger shows, in natural  colors, a potato plant,-the whole  yield of which is affected by ihe  disease. It also shows the appearance of Individual tubers in which  the canker has started lo work  Growers who discovei suspicious  symptoms of the disease in their  crop are requested lo send affected  specimens to ihe Dominion Botanist, Experimental   Farms,  Ottawa.  The poster is being distributed  by ihe publications branch ol the  department of agriculture.  If you knew of the real value of Cham  berlain'a Liniment for lame back, aorenea.  of the muaslee, eprain. and rheumatic pain,  you would never wish to be without it,  For sale by all dealers.  Phone" 194  P. O Bo.l 2  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating & General Hou.a Repair.  General House Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call  at  office  if in town, 'phone  or  write if at home.  PHOFKSSlllJiAL  EIIQIETTE  Some Barristers Curious Customs and  Traditions   llelo.igiug   to   the  Old Con a ry.  Prom the day when he eats hia  first student's dinner to Uie day when  be pockets his last professional let,  the man of wig ami gown ln England  has to observe customs and to obey  traditions such as the members ot no  pater learned profession have toy  knowledge of and which ere not oven  known In Canada amongst the  lawyers.  The Temple, where tor the most  part the would-be Lord Chancellor  nae  hia   lege)  nursery,   Is  ap  erfeot  rt of old-world observances, llnklnc  with the far-away time when It  tats the home of Crusading Knights,  woo feasted, six and more centuries  ago, on tfae very spot on which tbe  young Templar of our day eats the  8��nn��r�� mat go some way towards  tooaltfylnc him for hto wig.  Brothers All I (  Tha very gnce that heralds Ms  sail and the grace that concludes it  (tn tbe same, In the Inner Temple,  that tfhe KntghitB of the Oross listened  to when <be Fhurtagenot King* were  Wearies; their crowns. Like their  tasulasl predecessors, the Benchers  tile Into the Middle Temple Hail pre-  >sd by ths mace, the substitute tor  the old-time bafttle-exe.   Thadr entry  II heralded by a loud blow of the  tnaoe on ths floor, aa was that of the  iter Knight* Templar of old by a  Master blow wMh the butt-end of a  lawco; and the grace is preceded by  three blows with a wooden mullet,  ths ancient knightly form ot Invoking  the Trinity.  Barristers and students mingle and  tesst together at the same tables,  without any regard to seniority ��� a  survival of the ancient Templar {merle* of the essential principle of  brotherhood. If one at them is dissatisfied with his food, he may send  k sample of It to the Treasurer for  Ua verdict, Juat as the moat Junior  Templar ta King John's time would  kubm.lt any food of which he disapproved to the Senior Knight; and the  fragments of the modern Grand Day  banquet are given to the servants of  the Inn just es the surplus food was  always given by the Knights of oM  to the poor.  Ths Knights Templar were summoned to the hell of feasting by tlie  Mowing of e horn; and to-day the  Middle Tempter Is similarly called to  the table by bJaarts of the very horn  Witch summoned his predecessors In  lillluibethan days. These, and the arrangement of meases, the ceremonials  Pf bowing, the circulation of the  loving-cup Lad many another, custom,  III seirve to link the Templar of today with his martial "forefathers" of  long-dead centuries.  Briefs and Fees.  And those ure but a tew of the  many quaint customs and regulations  whioh the muii of wig and gown muat  observe, If he does not wish to fret  himself Into trouble with the authorities. (VheU he Is qualified to accept  brlefa and 10 play the part of a counsel "learned lu the law," he must walk  Very warily to u\��:d the countless pitfalls of etiquette that mark hia path  to ths Wootlsuok.  However an empty purse may tempt  blm, he must uot accept a professional  fee that falls short of the irreducible  guinea, with a half-crown added for  his olerk, whether he has one or not.  Nor must he accept less than the fee,  however bdg It Is, that le marked on  Ms brief for all to see.  However much he may yearn lor  client*, he cannot even see one unless  through the Introduction of a s.j,'l-  oltor; and the solicitor must be  present at the interview. BeUrvn  him and the litigant whose cdut-e he  Is to plead there Is a gulf which only  a solicitor can bridge. And srttnn the  solicitor apjiears at bis chambers,  bearing the coveted brief. It must be  handsd, not to Mr. "Wig," but to hia  olerk, and it Is tho clerk, and not the  master, who arranges the dell'ite  mvMer ot fees  No Touting Allowed.  Borne professional men may tout for  clients: but not so the barrister. It  will be an ev II tiny for htm when he  starts brief-hunting, though he may  be starv Ing for lack of golden guineas.  If he calls at 11 friendly solicitor's  office for a gossip, or accepts an Invitation to a dim er cr a dance at his  house, he is going perilously near the  dstiger-llne. Ir he Is 11 wise niu'i he  will avoid the company of solicitors  sad pass them hy, like the Levlle, "on  the other aide."  On circuit the watchful eyes of  Ktlguett* are always on trim. Kven  for the sake of company, If he be a  sociable man, lie must not Inn el  there by any class but the firm; nor  may be reach uu Assise towu earlier  than the day before the list opens.  However uiii'h his services are  wanted on another circuit thun his  own he must turn a deaf ear, Ulricas  his brief comes to I1I111 marked with  a special fee of nt least fifty guineas,  Hi addition lo the fee he would receive on his own Siren".. If he Is  unable to appear In any Cfl is for  which he Is retained, he must provide  a substitute; for whose services,  however, he may pay what hi- pleases,  The fee he puts Into his own pocket.  Kven Ma professional dress Is regulated for him to the extent that  he must not appear In court In any  coat but one of sober black: ncr must  he *how his face In court If he Is carrying the blue hug winch may he his  familiar oompanlM In tlie street : ml  train. Unless he Is entitled to curry  s red bag laud this be may not buy-  It must he given to blur by some  friendly senior), he must be content  to make his appearance with his  briefs and papers under his arm.  A (J(Mi 11 IIA<(��  A young fellow had popped the  question, and anxiously awaited the  answer that was to decide his fate.  "Do you evor gamble at cards?"  the fair one silted.  "No," he auswered; "but If I did  now would be the time."  "Why?" she Inquired.  "Because," he auswered, with a  deep sigh, "I hold such a beautiful  hand,"  "Highly   Recommended."  " I would certainly recommend that you get a Gurney*  Oxford, Mary. Mother had one, and when I furnished  my house, I got one. Every maid I ever had has  been enthusiastic about the Gurney-Oxford."  " What are its good points ?"  " Well, the best is that it cooks and bakes like a dream.  I never tasted such golden brown biscuits or such flakey  pastry as my Gurney-Oxford turns out, and roasts,  fowls and puddings are always a success."  " Is it easy to operate ?"  " My dear, it's simplicity itself. The Gurney Economizer, which you cannot get on any other range,  regulates the fire simply by putting one small lever up  or down. You never heard of anything so simple.  And by a system of divided flues the oven is always  uniformly heated. You know what that means���biscuits,  bread, roasts, not one half overdone and the other half  underdone, but properly done all through. Yes, my  dear, you take my advice as I took mother's, and get  a Gurney-Oxford Range."  D. Leckie, Kelowna  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  .   Kelowna   .  Exhibition &  Race Meet  Wednesday, Thursday & Friday  September 25th, 26th and 27th The Orchard Citu Record.  Thursday, September 12  Vou remember the old  * saying: " The proof of the pudding is the eating of it." It is  so  with our groceries and service.  Unless you try both you cannot know that they are ���  the  best  you  can  get  in   this   town    bought   and  planned to secure and keep your trade.  We know that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement we- have. Try us a week. Send or come  with your order or phone and a messenger will  call for it.  Here are some of the things that will make  you a pleased patron of this store:  New Laid Eggs - 50c. dz.  Direct from the Farm  Swift's Premium Bacon  The Beat in the World - 33c. lb.  Our Fresh Ground Coffee  The Beat Evfr        - 50c. lb.  "Red Rose "Tea-50c. lb.  In Good  lea  <mziu/  THESTOPEOFPLENp/  Telephone   -   35  ( WANTED! )  2 ( ents per wnrtT, first insert ion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  FOR SALE  Pony, Harness and Cart.     Pony is quiet  to tide or drive.     Cart and harness are in  good  running  order.    Price  and   further  particulars apply Box 84, Kelowna.       37tf  POSITION AS HOUSRKEEPER  Wanted by Lady to widower or* couple  ot hatchelors, Apply 2113 5th Street West,  Cnlgary. Aha. 38-42  FOR SALE  Set donhle demon at Harness, brass  trimmed, in first-class condition. Also set  enrli Buggy and Team Harness. Cheap to  immediate purchaser. Apply Thomtinaon,  Harness Maker, next Dreamland, Kelowna. 39tf  $25 DOLLARS REWARD  to anyone giving information leading to  conviction of person or persons seriously  damaging my flume by blocking it up and  partly wrecking a 50 It. trestle. Henry C.  Childers, Bear Creek, Kelowna.       40-3  NOTICE  Trespassers  on   my   property   at   Bear  Cieek will be prosecuted.     No fishing or  shooting     allowed     without    permission.  Henry C. Childers, Bear Creek, Kelowna.  40.3 >  WANTED  Female  Help to work in the cannery.  Good board and room furnished, Excellent  wages guaranteed.  The Kelowna Canning  Co., Ltd. 40tf  FOR SALE BY OWNER  10-arre Fruit Ranch, 9 miles out Vernon  road,    First-class early bench land. Apply  G. L. Hay, Kelowna.  42-4  LADY WISHES TO VISIT HOMES  town or country, for needlework, children's dressmaking. Trained teacher of  plain needlework and mending. Neat,  quick work. Apply Miss Gaze, Kelowna.  'Phone 113. x  PIANO FOR SALE  Less than half price  For particulars apply to  MRS, G. PURVIS.  Kaleden, B.C.  Wr liked llie Regalia,  but oil you Fall Fair!  September 25, 26 and 27.  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  BOOTS and SHOES  Our new fall stock in this line is arriving daily.  Men's Shoes  We are handling the well-known lines of  Leckies, Hartts Bells and  Ames Holden  in all the latest styles and lasts.     Also the celebrated  English " K " Boot  For the LADIES we have the  Everybody's  Doing it Now  Bell and Empress both  The highest grade and most stylish shoe made  For BOYS' School Wear  The Leckie  and " Boy Scout"  If you want Solid Leather  Shoes, to give vou Good Service  conic in and inspect our stock.  We can certainly satisfy you  in uny of the above linrs.  FALL RUBBERS  are   now  all   to hand  For GIRLS and CHILDREN  Ihe noted Classic Shoe made by  GETTY & SCOTT  THOMAS LAWSON, UMITED  Phones :       Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  Doing What?  Well, the womenfolk  are canning, pickling  preserving and what  not with the fruit business, and just remember that we have  Another Lot of  Economy  Jars  to Arrive Shortly  and we are afraid  there will then not be  enough to go around  Leave your order.  Everybody's doing it.  AND THE MEN?  Well, they are talking  of going out for a  hunting and fishing  expedition. For a trip  like that you want a  good grub-stake and  we are here  on  the spot   to   fix you  up  and Have the Very  Goods  you want to make  the trip a pleasurable  success from the eat  ing standpoint.  Order your groceries from ut  whether for the home, the camp  or the proposed trip.  250 Tons  OF  No. 1  Alfalfa  Hay  For Sale  I want to <Dct  100  Cedar  Posts  For further particulars  apply below  Remember  LAKESIDE  is the best buying in Kelowna  F. R. E. DeHART  Sole Agent   -   KELOWNA  WE HAVE NOW  EVERY  FACILITY  FOR DOING  HIGH CLASS  JOB PRINTING  Anything  in the  Printing  Line  Everybody's doing it.  Discount allowed on accounts  to the 15th instead of the I Oth  as stated.  The McKenzie Co.   Limited ���  There are few jobs that  can not be done, and done  well, on the RECORD  presses, which are especially adapted for the production of all classes of  commercial printing and  illustrated advertiaing matter.  If you .have a job we  can not do we will tell you  ���o and perhaps be able to  advise you to your advantage.  Call and see ua.  KELOWNA  MILLINERY  OPENING  AN INNOVATION  For severe! seasons put considerable dissatisfaction hat been ei-  preased by our cuatomert with  the datea of the Millinery Openings, some thinking thev were  held too early, others thinking  they were held too late. In order  to show our appreciation of the  requirements ot our many clienta  we have decided to hold our fall  opening in Kelowna for TWO  WEEKS (not two daya) com-  mencing Monday, September 16  and continuing to September 30,  during which time we will meke  e display of Paris, New York.  Chicago, Toronto and South Pattern Huts.  We hope by this new arrangement to  give each and every one of our  many customer* the attention  they deserve which is impossible  when they all come in on one*  day openings.  Thanking  you   for the many kind  favors  in   the past, and lookir  forward to the pleasure ot seeing  you during our 15-day opening,  Yours faithfully,  MAUD HARTIN  Our stock of Art Needlework  is very complete.  "Record"  Job  Print  Department  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our treea are vigorous,  well rooted, and true lo  name. We have selected  our scions and buda from  the best bearing treea in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.


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