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 mmm  Motoma  VOL XII,   NO. 26  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. MAY 13 1920.-4 PAGES  $1.50 Par Annum  lot Possible to Have  Uniform Wage Scale  in fruit Industry  A  meeting  called  under   the  auspices of the B. C. Fruit Groweis'  Vssociation of  fruit packets and  rower*, of the valley wae held  in  the   Bosrd   of   Trade   room this  norning.   A large number of representative fruit men  from  every  Jtown in the Okanagan had gather-  fed, the chief object being to' discuss sad if possible arrive  at de-  Ifinite   uniform rates of payment  ���for  packers  and  pickera.    The  ���firing of a uniform rote for all con-  Iditions, however, proved a more  ���difficult task than had  been anticipated and actually very little was  accomplished in this direction.  In  ���the asme way a suggestion that all  [day work for fruit picking be substituted by piece work and uniform  rate* fixed, had to be dropped.  G.W.V.A. Notes  [Successful Local University Students  The following local student*  were successful at the recent examinations of the B.C. University:  Third year���Margaret Clarke and  Vivian Jonea; second yeat���Louiae  Campbell ; firat year ��� A. H.  Geen, Dorothea Buck, Ralph Bulman, Everett Fleming, Godfrey  Groves, Red Whitehead ; science,  firat year���Gladstone Langille.  General Currie Will  Head McGill University  Lieut.-Gen. Sir Arthur Currier has  accepted the position of Principal  of McGill University. In making  this announcement the governors  stated thst they sought a man of  organizing ability,, snd with quali-  ties of leadership and inspiration,  rather than one with an academic  record. They had besn advised  bv Sir Auckland Geddes sud by  leading educationists in Britain to  get Currie if they could.  Mr. Joe Gauvin ia recruiting a  tug-of-war team for the sports on  May 24th.  At the last regular meeting Mr.  S. Gray was elected to represent  us ot the Provincial Convention to  be held at Fernie on June 5th and  6th.  'Strong exception to General  McLean's remarka made at a meeting pi the Pensions Committee,  Ottawa, was expresaed, and a  telegram waa sent to the acting  premier on the aubject,  o       *   ���  e  The stand taken by the GW.V.A.  during the recent viait of Mr.  Roberts of the Imperial Veterana  that there was no need for another  soldier organixation haa been completely borne out. Several ex-  Imperiala have recently come here  looking for work and on inquiring  it was found they had been relieved of $6 a head by this organization  at Vancouver. Mr. Roberts' organization is simply duplicating work  that ia already being carried out  by the S.C.R., Soldier Settlement  Board and the, G.W.V.A. Mr.  Roberta when here charged that  the interest* of Imperial veterana  at Vancouver had been neglected  by the G.W.V.A., hence the need  for their organization. This is  strongly denied at the coaat.  The smoker on Ssturday laat  was enjoyed by a large audience  and we are much indebted to the  Lyric Orchestra for their assistance.  A very good programme has been  arranged for next Saturday, and  I this in addition to the exhibition  [ of war trophies ahould result in a  large attendance. The Ladies Auxiliary have a sale of home cooking  in the afternoon and are serving  taa. .  The Caronia, which ssiled from  Liverpool to Halifax and New  Yojk on Saturday, carried over  200 young British farmers and  1 their wives who are going to settle  in Canada.  Party of Dairymen Will  Visit Here in June  Starfing at Salmon Arm on the  morning of June 2nd, a party of  representative dairymen and agriculturalists will tour the Okanagan  winding up with a brnquet at  Kelowna. A luncheon will be  given the party which will number  about fifty, at Salmon Arm, whence  they will proceed to take part in  the Dairymen's convention at Arm-  Strong.  CHAUTAUQUA AT VERNON  Next Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday  TIESE talented musicians, who have made a great  name for themselves a "Minstrels of lhe Balkans,"  are to appear next Wedneaday at the Vernon Chautauqua which is being held for the three daya Monday to  Wednesday of nest week, May 17, 16, 19. This will be  the "Joy Night" of the Chautauqua. Six big programmes  are to be gives afternoon and evening. Mrs. Emmeline  Pankhurst, the famous suffragist, Prof. Osborne, educational lecturer, Dr. J. A Armand, the DeWillo Trio, and the  DeMille Quartette are all on the syllabus.  Kelowna. was to have been included in the Chautauqua circuit through the valley but the prevalence of the  influenza at the time prevented arrangements being made.  In these davs of automobiles, however, a trip to our northern neighbour is a small matter and Vernon extends a  hearty invitation to Kelowna on thia occasion.  Has Definite Scheme  Outlined for Big  New Tourist Hotel  Council Grants Help in Finan  eing City Band - Light Stand'  nrds will be Placed to Regulate  Motor Traffic  The proposed tourist hotel waa  the subject of considerable discussion at Mondsy's council meeting,  Mr. F. R. E. DeHart being present  with plans of a hotel containing  eighty-eight rooms, which it waa  proposed to erect on the aite at  the corner of the park, owned by  the old hotel syndicate. Mr. De-  Hart aaked whether in the event  of sufficient capital being available  to erect the hotel, the council  would be prepared to favorably  cocaider the aubmitting of a bylaw to the ratepayers deeding sufficient ground from the park to add  to the present triangular shaped  lot as would square it up so as to  iccommodate a better building  than would otherwise be possible.  Mayor Sutherland stated that the  council would undoubtedly give  sympathetic Consideration to any  proposition for the erection of a  fitst-class hotel on this or any other  site, but nothing could be done  without the consent of the rate  payers.  A letter had been read previously from the ownera of the lot in  question asking the city to remove  the board walk promenade whieh  crossed the lot at the entrance to  the park, and this caused a long  discussion as to the poaition of the  entrance in the case of a hotel  being erected.  Messrs. F. V. Coxon and Bain  Calder waited on 'the council on  behalf of the City Band,' seeking  financial assistance in order to put  it oii a better footing. The desirability of a good band in Kelowna  waa urged and admitted by the aldermen. Mr. Coxon stated thst  owing to the present condition of  the band very little could be expected this K/ear, but he was seeking assistance in order that a good  band might be formed and the  necessary instruments purchased.  He thought he could finance a band  for the first three months with a  grant of $75 per month from the  city, but if satisfactory progress was  made this might be increased to  $100 per month. If the council  would assist in order to get things  going he was sure he could get  ample public support to maintain  a first-rate band.  After the delegation had retired  and the council had disc ased the  proposal, it waa decided to grant  the sum of $75 per month for eight  .months commencing May lat. This  raised the problem of providing  the necessary money which .had  not been included in the year's  estimatea, and Aid. Knowles, who  had been a warm advocate of the  band, waa requeated to lay before  the park committee the expedien.  cy nt postponing additional work'  on lhe park road until next year,  the opinirn being that the public  would prefer to hsve the $500 uaed  for lhe band instead tf the road  Mr. J. W. B, Browne informed  the council that several serioua accidents had been narrowly avoided  at the intersection of Pendozi street  and Lawrence avenue and suggest  ed that a silent policemen be placed there.  This request brought up again  the queation discussed esrlier in  the yesr of having aome means of  regulating the increasing automo  bile traffic at the.busy corners. It  was finally decided to authorize  the committee to purchase three  electric light standards, to be placed at the intersection of Bernard  avenue and Water street, Bernard  avenue and Pendozi street, and  Pendozi street snd Lawrence avenue. It was slso decided to employ  occasionally a special constable to  place a check upon speeding sutos  within the city.  The chief constable's report for  the month was rend, it being pointed out by the Mayor that the milk  test of one of the local dairies was  again below standard, and as thia  was the second time for the same  concern he recommended that  action be taken in order to protect  Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst  who made a world-wide name for herself  aa a militant suffragist, possesses a mild  manner, unassuming, serioua minded, and  a moat charming little English woman.  She baa implicit faith in the'power of the  woman'* franchise, which ahe considers  the one weapon with which t fight Bolshevism.  Chautauqua at Vernon  For Three Days  MONDAY  Hear the Italian Musicians:  THE DeWILLO  TRIO  Hesr the Canadian Philosopher:  Prof. W. J..OSBORNE  TUESDAY  Heer tbe English Lectures:  Mrs. EMMELINE PANKHURST  Hear the Canadian Singers:  THE DeMILLE QUARTET  WEDNESDAY  Hear the Parisian Humorist:  Dr. J. A. ARMAND  Hesr the Serbisn Music :  The TAMBURICA ORCHESTRA  These are six big programmea for you���  Muaic, EuUrtainttlent and Eduction  Afternoons and Evenings  Get your Season Ticket* now at  Willita Drug Store  The Japanese boy Arima who  waa hurt in the automobile accident recently ia now' happily on  the road to recovery.  the public. Instructions were therefore given to prosecute.  Aid. Meikle reported that the  rock crusher waa now wot king on  tlie Leithead properly on the Vernon roadi and that the class of  material now being obtained was  of much better quality than hereto,  fore placed on the atreets, and  tendera were being called for the  hauling-of the crushed rock.  Mr. A. L Hsyman wrote requesting that his water service be  put on a fist rate as he was st the  end of a water main and it waa  frequently necessary for him to  run considerable water to waste  before he could get any fit for uae.  The council decided to grant thia  reqursat and to extend the privilege  to all metered conaumers on the  ends off the mains upon the con.  dition that the privilege waa not  abused.  Mr. C H. Jackson withdrew an  application for the purchase of a  tax aale lot, as he understood that  a returned soldier had alao entered  an application for the same lot.  Mr. Jackson also requested the  council to repair Beach avenue aa  he had been called upon on several occasions recently to assist  drivers whose csrs had stuck in  the s:nd.  Messrs. R. D. Sullivan and D.  Barnes applied for a trade licence  for the Royal Hotel, which was  granted.  Kelowna Footballers  Defeat Lumby Team  Travelling lo Lumby, Kelowna  succeeded in defeating the home  learn bv the splendid acore of aix  goala to two. The game started  with a downpour of rain which  made the ball difficult to control,  but the Kelowna boya aoon made  it evident that they were out to  win, and ably led bv Biily Sadler,  aoon had the Lumby defence in  difficulties and in the firat few  minutes Sadler, working hia way  through the Lumby defence, beat  tbe goalkeeper with a terrific shot.  This waa soon followed by another  goal by the aame player.  Kelowna apurred on by thia  early success, were soon swarming  around the Lumby goal and Sadler  again acored with a hot ahot, which  gave the goalkeeper no chance.  Lumby now began to pick up a  Utile but found the Kelowna defence sound with Arthur Wooda at  full back kicking atrongly and  tackling well. Half time waa now  called with Kelowna atill having  the best of matters, the score standing at 3 -0.  The rain-had stopped when play  was returned and Lumby atarted  to attack ip earnest, strongly backed by a good bunch ol their supporters, but again Kelowna'a defence waa too good for ihem,  Harry Lee, P. Hayea and Bt Wooda  proving a good trio of half, backa  and ihey aoon had the Kelowna  forwarda making for the Lumby  goal and J. Fisher finished a good  movement by scoring the fourth  goal for Kelowna.  Lumby then took a hand and  amidst deafening shouts of .heir  supporters and acreeching ot motor  car horns, scored their first goal.  Thia waa quickly followed by a  faat ground shot from J. Fisher  which beat lhe Lumby goalie.  Lumby were working hard to try  and even up matters, but found  the Kelowna aefence very sound.  The game wat now in midfield  and Derry, the Lumby left half,  acored iheir aecond goal with a  long dropping ahot. Towardt the  end, Kelowua still going atrong  acored their sixth goal, Rowley  awineing across a fine centre which  Whittingham headed through.  Time was now called, leaving  Kelowna victors of a hard fought  game with the score as ststed.  Special thanks are due to Lumby  for the excellent manner in which  they entertained the Kelowna  playera after the match. Lumby  ia to be envied in having auch an  excellent sports ground. It is very  level and well fenced, which enables them to 'charge an entrance  fee and so get financial support  for the club.  The Kelowna line-up waa at  tallows: F, Fowler,goal; H. Davies  and A. Wooda, full backs, B.  Woods, H. Lee end P. Hayes, half  back*; R. Rowley, J. Fiaher. W.  Sadler, H. Whittingham and J.  Silcock, forwards.  Kelowna played Rutland on  Thuraday latt on the park ground  and won a fast game by four goala  to one. Rutland pul a much  stronger .learn into the field than  latt time but Kelowna. were quicker on the ball and took every opportunity that came their way.  Unfoitunalely W. Wooda tuttained  an injury to hia leg and had to  retire early in the game. He will  have to rest it for a time but hopes  to be fit to play againtt Vernon on  the 28th intt.  A. -woods, & Woods and H.  Davies were in first class form and  Harrv Lee proved that he can still  give us plenty of clever play. Of  the forwards, R, Rowlev, J. Fither  and H. Weittingham ahowed plenty  of daah.  The Kelowna line-up wat: F.  Fowler, goal; . H. Daviea and A,  Wooda. full backa; B. Woods. H.  Lee and W. Wooda half backa;  R. Royley, J. Fiaher, P. Havet, H.  Whittingham and J. Silcock, forwarda ; referee, W. Fisher.  Items from Westhanh\  The usual monthly meeting of  the Farmers' Institute wat held on  Tuesday evening. After the usual  business of lhe Inttitute, lhe subject  of a co-operative store waa brought  before the membera and after  much diacuaaion it was decided to  canvat the inhabitantt nnd then  call a general meeting thereof to  thoroughly discuss the matter.  * *  ���  Run-awayt seem to be the order  just now, George Hewlett having  a very narrow escape himself and  getting the wsgon smashed all to  pieces. Another learn ran away  in the orchard, cauaing great excitement, but the learn which went  over the wharf into the lake caus  ed the moat excitement.  ��        a  e  The tportt committee met laat  night to diacutt the program for  the 24th of May. A ball game haa  been arranged with Peachland and  local horae racing, sports for the  children, refreshment booth ,is to  be provided, and alao aupper. The  day it to be closed with a dance.  e       *  s  Cart galore at Westbank���two  more new Onea thit week. Mr. W.  Gellatley brought in a new Ford  on Friday, Mr. Keillier a new  Dodge on Saturday. It'a fine when  you can a-Ford to have one without having to Dodge the collector.  Mr. Keiler ia alao having a Cletrac  in in a few day, aa he intenda  putting hit land in fine thape ready  for planting with treea.  e        o  s ���  Mr. Hasibe has a tractor at work  in hia orchard for a week now  plowing up alfalfa which he considers wat damaging the trees.  ��� .  Harry Hirotawa hat had the  tractor at work, and he hat alao  got in a new bean aprayer, tired  of the old engines we have had  for thia laat five yeart.  The Miracle Man  Have you ever been in N-w  York's Chinatown) ' The chief  dena of vice there have now been  cleaned out by the police, but in  "The Miracle Man," a new Para-  mount-Artcraft picture, which will  be the attraction at the Empreaa  Theatre on Wedneaday and Thuriday next, a typical haunt of criminals of the olden days it thown in  all ita aordidnest. From New  York's slums lhe acene thiftt to lhe  high mountains near the aea, where  a band of crookt, who have come  there to make money by commercializing the powers of an aged  healer, are strangely- trantformed  into uaef ul and law-abiding citizena.  The scenery ia of unexampled  beauty and expansiveneat. The  episode in which a small motor  boat goes aground on a aand bar  and ia marooned there while lhe  a'un aett and rises again givea an  opportunity for aome of lhe moat  artiatic and colorful "shots" ever  produced on the screen.  Rev. H. A. Solly and H. Riley,  of Summerland, met in collision  with their cart on the road between Peachland and Summerland  last Sunday week. Two ladiea who  were with Mr. Solly were thrown  out and badly bruiaed, while Mr.  Riley nutlnined a broken nose.  Both cars were badly smashed.  Claude Jamea waa down town  for the firat lime this week after a  long period in the hotpital where  he haa been suffering from rheumatic fever.    He ia atill very weak.  The contract for the firat aection  of the K. V. R. southern line hat  been let to August Nicholson. He  will build from South Penticlon to  Dog Lake.  Misses Lottie and Betta Lloyd-  Jones are visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. Gartrell, of  Summerland.  Germany hat made an independent appraisal of damage done in  devaatated districts in France and  Belgium, and haa incorporated her  findings in a detailed memorial  which will be prraented to the  allied repretentativea immediately  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready for Anywhere at Any lime  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt senrtee  and Mtitfaction  _ 1 dOK TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, May 13.1920  AUTO STROP  RAZORS  lite Safrtv Rnz��r   tltal   aliave-ji   tike  the open   rnsrO"   became   it   can  he  ���hopped to  any edge desired.  In ecotioiiiicftl, too.  You can sliai | .  en tlie hi nit- many times.  PRICES   $5   TO   $8.50  J. B. KNOWLES  jeweler and Optometrist    Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy  Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  G.W.CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  I' lour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  lo  ilie C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Word & Baldock  contractors  Brickwork and  Concrete '  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    ?.O..Boi35l  High-class  Portraiture  L 11 /(: ip  Work  Amateur Finishing  Enlarging  Call and see as tn our new studio  PICTURE  FRAMING  McEwan  i  PhoUgtaphsy  KELOWNH RECORD  PubiiihAd every Thuriday at Kelowna,  Britiah Columbia  -lOrlN  LEATHLEY  Editor ��nd Proprietor  ADVERTISING  RATES  IUIK1K NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC.. i.R cents noi oolauo �����"��������� n* ���**���*.  I.ANM AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 ifori, IR-  ('><> ilavi 17.  AUKIl   Nt��TICE8-W   Icr  ftva   im.mtlt.iin  I01AI. -\nVKRT.8INp~Flrai lutriioi. 12  "���mi!*  i-r   linn:  *������,, h  ���abMiiiii>iit  leMrttoa    **  r'l'iiin   imr   Imtt,  'WI'J.aY AIWKUI'IMEMKNTS - I wn lltChM  niul uiiilrr. R0 rent* nor Inr'h (nut msftrtinn  ovor   two InohM   Hi  ifiUd   ��������-   uu-ti   WxA    m  ���icrlion        W    '���������ti--    ;���t     '|i('h       nrh     anl ib.ii in r.nt  LAKHIKIED   ADVKUTIKKMKNTS  -2 (wist*  imr wort, hint Inter Hon, I nunt imr wind  i-iu'Ii   lub||lM|lMUt  iiiHiirlinn.  All   1'hniikffH  i|i  iMJOirftOt  (utv��rlin��iii��ul(|  mi*"!  ��������� In tin- tirtndi <>l th�� ufiiiier b? TuMdnv  ���v.-inntf   in    r-imim.    puhliontion    tn    tha    Mlt  Rutland News  A meeting ofthe Young Peoples  Biblr CIhss was held at lhe home  of Mr a-tci * '8. Money on Fridrtv  ev-ninp Inst. Mr G-n. Tru^k and  Mis* Mildrrd Ford were.. Iced  io ill-** r*-*8p."Clive t fliers (if pres.-  di nt and secrelaty-treflgiirt-r. A  resolution was pastel HinontfSl  o��lin8 favoring ihe immediate union of the Methodist. Presbyterian  and Anglican chinches iu the community. ..  The recent destructive" fire a*  Gen. Human's has diawn attention to the absence of proper (lie  extinguishing apparatus at t �� Rut  land school A fir^ occurr i.g in a  valuable building so far away from  a water supply would entail a  heavy loss, which might be avoided if so(|ie sort of chemical extinguisher were available at lhe out  set. Indeed il is preliy near time  that some kind of community apparatus was available for the Rutland di trict.  Tbe Rutland Rusllers met last at  the home of Miss Bessie Duggan,  Vernon road. After roll call, answered by current events, a book  review was given by Miss Duggan.  The treasury was enriched by $12,  being the funds of lhe disbanded  Girls' Enterprise Club. Musical  numbers were contributed by M ss  Doro'hv I uner, Mias Brure and  Miss Earla McDonald, nnd a first  aid discussion wns led hy Miss  McDonalds The next meeting will  be held on Saturdav, May 15th, at  Miss on Creek. All members are  asked to meet at the Rutland store  at Iwo o'clock, prepared for a hike.  Armed with rakes and hoes lhe  Rustlers, Saturday afternoon, made  short woik of removing the stouts,  r>cks and boulders that have adorned Rutland side walk for sn many  months These, ihey would pie-  put to the honourable secretary of  the Rutland Athletic Club as a  token of their appreciation of his  services in bringing the club no  prominently into the public eye.  One memler of tht R.A.C.  proved hmiMelf.a night prowler, or  maybe he was just reluming from  t' e Mkad'\ nnd seemed to think  that R.A C. whs the most altra- tive  symbol that could be found, hut  we r.an imagine his chagrin when  he found nut, on Sunday morning,  that Ihe gord spirits did not agree  with h m. Methinks I beard of  other mischief brewing!   o   Miss II Ambrose of Seattle was  a week-end visitor.  LislB of r ices and entry 'forms  are now on hand for the Sports  Day on May 24ih. Elaborate arrangements are br ing made by the  sports committee for the conduct  of the programme. Mr. E. Wilkinson can answer all inquiries.  City Dairy  Early morning de-  ��� livery of pure fresh  Milk.Cream, Butter  milk, Skim Milk,&c  PHONE 4709  Murdock $ Sbelder  Proprietori  Burne Avenue     -     Kelowna  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer. May I Ith 1920  ORDERS by command for week  ending May 20lh, 1920.  DUI1ES: Orderl> patrol for tlie  week, Eagles, and alao for \ rek  following;    ext for duty, Otters.  PARADES: The combined Iroop  will parade at (he- club room on  Friday the 14th and Tuesday lhe  18th of May at 7.15 p.m. and the  bugle band at the file hall on  Thursday, May 20rh ��t 7.15 p.m.  The attendances at all the pm-  adrs lately have been very good  wilh a few exceptions, bul there  are loo many late ainvals, hi tl ll  these Usl lew would only n .rlite  thai thei'  lateness keens every  ne  else lale, sureU   oil  lire  principle r.|  doing theTt brst to help others,  th- \ would hr* there when the  "fall in" is hist sounded. We call  the parades at such an early hour  in order to permit an early dismissal. All the parades now are  piar.iiceN of different items for lhe  concert and progiessis being math-  although we aie by no means  ready yet. Another good item  which we hope to have will he  some   Indian   club   swinging    for  Professional Cards  BURNE t> sVKDDJBLl,  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  8. 0, Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  ���.. KELOWNA   B.C.  K. B. KERR;  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary  Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  I'lans and Specifications Prepared  <nd estimates given for publlcBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOI IN CURTS,  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Sac. C. E.  Consulting GiDil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Siirtn'.ijor  Survey, and Reports on Irrigation Work.  Application* lo, Water License.  '    KELOWNA. 8. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi   Street   nnd    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Reside:  313  B.C.  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright. Dentist,  Willits Block, will he promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Lend Surveyor  Hewetson fit Mantle Block Kelowna  Pl.one 320  HERGA AMBLER soVranr  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologue!  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones; Business 164; Residence 91  P. O. Bos 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Clauses   Forming for the New  Year  Phone (or an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforte Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Clans Room  For information phone 3105  Prof. Osborne,  with Vernon Chautauqua  wlvch Mr. Jack Thayer, an old  member of the troop, is training a  small squad. The tickets will be  given out for sale on Friday, the  2lat inaaiit.  The cubs are getting busy with  some badge work these days ana  thiee of them, Cubs McCarthy,  Haug and Longley have almost  completed the tests for their second  stars. Patrol Leader G. Mai.tie  and Scout R. Todd passed lhe requited tests for their musicians'  badges laat week before Miss E.  Jones, our accompanist.  If there are any scouts or cubs  who wish to purchase any haversacks, &c. from the surplus govern  ment stores given us they shorn d  do so immediately while the choosing is good, because we do not  propose to store them forever, and  if neither of the former want them  we shall hrve to give others the  chance to get them and so make  some money for the troop.  Speaking of money for the troop  may we remind you of that list of  subscription arrears posted in the  club room, from which it should  be possible to have all names erased within the next few days. We  cannot make so much money out  ol oil concert ihis year so the  subscription arrears wil! be needed  badly, if we are to have anything  to eat at camp.  ���       a  We take the following from an  old issue of "The Scout":���  "Ihe Drowning Season. ��� The  drowning is just coming on. 1 hat  is to say that in the summer everybody will be doing a bit of boating  and bathing. Many of them, being  unable to swim, will get out of their  depth and will be drowned. Many  who can swim will go and bathe  after a meal, or stop in the water a  long t;me, and will get cramp and  will be drowned. Many swimmers  will go in to rescue those who are  drowning, and will be clutched by  them, and through not knowing  the proper way to catch hold of a  drowning man, will be dragged  down too, and drowned. These  things have happened every vear  regularly, not onlv in a few cases,  but in hundreds during the summer  seasnr. And they will happen  again this year.' So, I say to scoutp,  Be Prepared I  1. Learn how to swim and practice swimming and diving.  2. Don'l bathe for at least two  hours after a meal.  3. Don't stop in the water very  long.  4. Learn how to catch hold of a  drowning man in such a way that  he cannot catch hold of you.  5. Practice how to revive a  drowned man by squeezing the  air in and out of his lungs, as in  'Scouting for Boys'."  In other words it is almost inexcusable for any scout in the 1st  Kelownas not to have his swimmers  and rescuers badge, and have you  been in swimming yet?  His "Good" Turn  Patrol Leader i   "What are you running  for," Tomr" s  Tom: "To keep two hoys Irorrr fighting."  P.L.: "What fellows?"  Tom : "Dave Brown and me."        y  CHEVROLET  You will be surprised h >w little it costs to operate the Chevrolet car. Twenty  five to thirty miles on a gallon of gasolene it not an unusual rocord. The  care-free, regular performance is the Chevrolet rule.  Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car is a handsome, roomy, comfortable car  ���a car you can be proud to own.  Touring Car  M. A. ALSGARD  LOCAL DEALER  New Show Rooma and  Service Station  Lawrence Avenue  Flour Going Up  LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY OF  98s     49* .  24a  Robin Hood     $7     ?M5    S1'85  Try our  No. 1 Chop  Better than Bran or Shorts for  Stock, Hogs or Poultry.  Rice Bran  For Onion Worms  Sprays, Fertilizer*, Seeds  *  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones:  Feed Store "29 ;  Office 37 Free City Delivery  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden  And haoe better Vegetables & Floaters  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hardy Perennials  Wa shall hava oa salts shortly a fin* assortment of th* calibrated  PORTLAND ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117,  MANUFACTURERS OF  Pine and Fir Timbers, Boards,  Dimension, Finish  I PHONE   1693 |  MUNSON SAWMILLS, Ld.  ENTRANCE TO YARDS AT K.LO. - RA*MCH  o  Super-Attraction at the Empress Theatre I Q Q/>  WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, MAY, 1 3-*U  Mayflower. Photoplay Corporation presents George Loane Tucker'* production  "THE MIRACLE MAN"  From tha play by GEORGE M COHAN.    Based on lha story by FRANK L. PACKARD  Such a simple old boob I   He with his child's heart snd his boundless  faith in men.    What rioh pickings for  this "sweet young chicken" and liar crew of crooks from Chinatown I   So  the  crooks thought���until ha believed in THEM I   And when at laat he left them with the taara running down Iheir cheeks���See the sum of  the human soul's adventure in a crowded hour of unalloyed delight.  Q  Matinee 3.30, 25c.and 55c.  Evening one show only at 8.15, 55c and 80  o  o Thursday, May 13,1920  KELOWNA RBCOKO  PAGE THREE  &��****��'  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  Timely announcement in  Women s Silk and Silk  Fabric Hosiery  Now is the time to get your supply of Silk Hosiery. An extensive assortment is here at exceptional prices.   .  FIBRE SILK Hose in black  white, brown and grev,  at $1.25 pr.  PURE SiLK Hose, with  fine lisle top*, all sizes,  Si to 10 $2.75 pr.  Drop Stitch Silk Hose in Black...$2.75 P��"  SILK FIBRE Hose, in black ALL SILK Ribbed Top  brown, smoke and grey Hose. A perf-ct fitting  ribbed top   $1.75 pr.       docking at....'. $4.50  THE OIL SHOP  ]. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE �� COAL OIL  Accessories and Tire* Lubricating Oil*  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR.  VUIXANIZINO  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Lawrence Ave. and Pendozi Stree  Day phone 267  Night phone 67  Phone 40  P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We  have client* for 5  to  20  acre* Improved Farmf*  and Orchard*.  Listings of every description solicited.  A. B. BARRAT,  Near CP.R. Wh��f.  Alao at  VICTORIA  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  and MISSION  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna,'B.C.  For Sale by, Private Contract  Perdu  ��� Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Glass  ercneron Horses  (Mare* and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. Hir KERR, Auctioneer,'  Kelowna  or at the office of HurveyTDuggan and Davis.  '  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.   Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks are all new and up-to-date   -  PHONE 20 , DAY OR NIGHT  Dr. C. D. Sumner, of Armstrong,  wa* down last week-end.  Mil* Sturtridge returned thi*  week from a month'* stay at the  coast.  Judge Swanson held a session  of the County Court here Tuesday.  E. Davis, ol the Provincial Wa  ter Blanch, wa* in town thi* week.  Col. J. Bruce Powley, head of  the provincial employment agency  for returned men, waa in town ihis  week.  Dr. and Mr*. C. H. Irwin, of Salmon Arm, were viaitor* in town on  Saturday.  Mr. W. LeGrand was down from  Vernon last week-end, returning  Tueaday with Mrs. LeGrand and  baby.  The Rev. R. Edward*, of New  Weatminater, has accepted a call  to the permanent pastorate of the  Kelowna Baptist church, and will  take up reaidence here immedia  tely, preaching at both services on  Sunday next.  The performance of "Green  Stockings" last night at the Empress  Theatre was attended by a large  crowd who loudly applauded the  company of B.C. University students for their very successful entertainment. "Green Stockings" is a  clever comedy ranking with  "Charlie's Aunt" and otheis and  waa well produced.   --o  High School Notes  A letter .vas received laat week  from the Hudson Bay Co. of Vernon, asking for a couple of team*  to be tent up there for the races  on Thursday. The public achool  expect to aend a team and are  anxious that the high school should  help them out That would mean  an absence from achool for a day  for thoae who might go, and no  high school-ite can afford to lose  even one day. Aside from this,  there haa been no running going  on among the pupils, ao they are  really not fit for racing.  ���        a  a  A little bird informs ua that lhe  Prelim, ia aomewhat peeved because they are not being mention  ed in thia column. Perhaps if the  Prelim, would inform us aa to  some of their doings, we would  be able to oblige them. ���  a        a  a  Now that tennia ia well under  way, we expect to have a tournament shortly. It will not be a "real"  tournament, as time is flying and  we would like to be through with  it before exams.  You have your  Golf flub!  You have your Golf Stockings !  You have your Golf K nick en I  You have that Golfing Cap���and  the Courte ia already theie, of  courte I   But������  We have your  Golf Shoes  The famout K���Englith make.  See the window.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoenun  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING. 1920  Your ear haa been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery > Is it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rates.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official-station for the  famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like*' a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your Tights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't takeitto "Gsorae," lat Baroejr dotal  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile Electrician  The Sinn of th. Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendozi St.  W��*8*B*--*����**^^  Mra. Webster and Iri* left on a  visit to Vancouver Monday.  Mr. and Mr*. Rennie and baby  left Tueaday on their journey to  New Zealand.  Mra. F. A. Taylor and daughter  left thi* week on a visit to England.  Mr. J. M. Wright was a passenger Saturday for Regina.  Mrs. Blenkarn and children are  in this week from Kamloops and  intend to stay for some time.  Misa B. Magee waa a passenger  to Toronto yesterday.  Misa Rowley waa a paasenger to  Chemainua yesterday.  Engliah church aervice will be  held at Eaat Kelowna on Sunday  next at 3 p.m.  Mr. and Mrs. W. "Kirkby and  family left Saturday laat for Mor-  ran, Alta., where they nre to make  their home.  A special meeting of the Ladiea  Hospital Aid will be held in the  Board ot 1 rade room* on Monday  May 17th at 7.30, when urgent  buaineaa is to be attended to.  Fred Shaver, who came to Kelowna a few months ago from the  coast, was arrested Monday on a  charge of stealing a magneto, valued at $70, from an automobile,  and also a quantity of tools, valued  at $10, from the shop of A. J.  Jones, boat builder. He was  brought up Tuesday but remanded  and to-day pleaded guilty to both  charges. For the first he was fined  $50 and costs and for the second  $10 and costs.  District Engineer W. K. Gwyer,  with a party of surveyors, started  Wednesday morning lo cover the  route of the proposed Kelowna-  Naramata road, authorization having been given by the government  to make a survey and estimate  coai. R. ]. McDougal of the Penticton Herald accompanied the  expedition, which wae really i  sort of preliminary "once-over.  The importance of thiB stretch of  road as a link in a great network  of interior tourist roads, and a  stretch of scenic highway hard to  excell is now fully realized, and  every expectation is entertained of  its being put through at an early  date.  The hospital aecretary acknowledges  with thanka the f ollowing donations : W.  Rennie, $2, J. Fumerton, $40, KLO Red X,  $6, Mrs. M. Cameron, $5, C. , Tuckey, $5,  Mesdames Ambler and Anderson, $100,  proceeds from Sleeping Beauty, Mr. C. H.  Taylor, $10, proceeds of lecture, ?J doz.  eggs, Mre. Hall, 2 cjoz. eggs, Mrs. Benson.  HAVE YOU HAD A.LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 Gray Dort Models  _C|T Don't neglect to drop into our show  fjl room and see the most snappy and  JU attractive little car in town ��� lower  in price than most of the cars in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see for yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We also have some good buys  In Second-Hand Cars.  W. R. GLENN Sc SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  *WB~**l"ffi-^^  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   Ellis   UfflDlffi   and Bernard  Street        tlUlUiU       Avenue  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing operation  Puncture*-., Blowout! Rim Cutt  From $3  Tread Cuts, Sand Bliatara, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from $2  Bicycle Tire, from .SOc  For quick and correct repaira  nip your tirea to ua  Reinforcements Vulcanized  3-inch Tirea ...$1,60  3J-inch Tirea  $2,00  4-inch Tirea  $2,50  41-inch Tirea $3,00  5-inch Tirea $3,50  54-inch Tirea $4,00  Relinera from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���  your option  Service and Satisfaction  Tube Repaira while you wait:  Small Puncture.  20c  Blowout, 2-inch  30c  Blowout, 4-inch   40c  Blowout, 8-inch  SOc  Valve Seats  50c  Valve lnsidea .-.  20c  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane - Prop.  ErR.S.M.  We carry a complete range of  Tire and  Tube Repair Outfits including amall Vul-  canixera for car ownera.  New Tina and Tube* obtained to order.  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY   14-15  CONSTANCE TALMADGE  in  "In Search of a Sinner"  Thia picture is really one of the best comedy dramas we have ever shown  in the Empress and we do not hesitate to recommend it highly, lt ia all  about a young widow who revolta against association with men who are too  good. And "TRAINING EVE," a lovely Cheater out-door film, and "ALL  MIXED UP." a Christie comedy.  Evening, 7.30 nnd 9. Admiaaion 20c and 35c  Matinee at 3.30, 10c and 25c  MONDAY   AND  TUESDAY  VIOLA  DANA  in  "Some Bride"  ^ A breezy comedy dealing with the mad caprices of a young bride. She  limply just couldn't make her eyes behave. The settings and costume, are  extremely attractive. Also the 8th chapter of "$1,000,000 REWARD," featuring Lillian Walker.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admiaaion 20c and 35c  Matinee at 3.30, IOc and 25c  WEDNESDAY   AND  THURSDAY '  The season's sensation  'The Miracle Man"  From the play by Geo. M. Cohan, based on the atory by Frank L Packard.  A photoplay with an amazing soul. All that is fine, all that ia sorrowful,  all that allures in the act of living, pictured in vivid scenes that startle, thrill,  or inspire. One screen entertainment you'll never forget. Come, live a life  in an hour.  Evening ^ne shew only, 8.15, 55c and 80c  Matinee at 3.30, 25c and 55c  COMING SPECIALS! 32J Hours Leave; "The Brat;" "The River's End.  Fashion Decrees Short  Sleeves this summer  What, then, ia more becoming than one of  our Wrist Watchea, Braceleta or  Bangle*.  FROM $1.35  - W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETnCREW - MANAGER *^m  P\rv FOUR  Save Money  BUY FROM  Children's cotton fine ribbed Hose, in black and white  sizes 3 to 6h.    Special, per pair   25c  Sizes 7, 7J and 8, special, per pair  35c  Children's mercerized Sox in black fit white, 50c, 60,65c  Children's Knitted combination Underwear in 4,6 and  8 year sizes at , 75c, 85c and 95c  Ladies'  silk combination   Underwear,  in  pink and  white, Kumfy cut style, at  $3.75 suit  Ladies' full dress Vests in pink and white, at $1 each  Ladies'  Directoire   Bloomer, in pink, sky and white  at , $i.50  New Plaid Dress Materials, in patterns specially suited  for skirts, at  $1.95 yard  Anderson's "English" Ginghams in plaids and stripes  at 60c yard  Jin assortment of  LADIES' CORSETS  at specially low prices  Values up to $2, on sale at $1.29  Values up to $2.50and $3, on sale at ....$1.59  Values up to $3.50 and $4 $2.49  Men's fine cashmere  finish  Sox,  in  chestnut brown,  wtth extra icinforced heel and toe at  $1 pair  Men's fine silk and   mercerized   lisle Sox, double sole,  heel and toes, in navy, brown and grey..$1.25 pr.  Men's high grade Fancy  Sox  in   brown, palm beach,  navy and green, at   75c pair  Men's white honeycomb "shirts, collar attached...$1.75  Men's fancy Crepe Shirts, reversible collar, at... $2.35  Men's blue chambray Shirts, with collar  attached or  separate, at  $2.25 and $2.50  Men's navy blue Railroad  Shirts with  two  separate  collars, at $2.50  Men's medium light noosed pattern shirts, with sep-  erate collar, at $2  Penman's Superfine Cashmere Sox  At $1.25 per pair  GROCERY  ! . SPECIALS  t  i Van Camp's Pork and Beans, small tins   10c  ;] Fresh Herrings, in 16-ouncetins 20c  j Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup, in 16-ounce tins ...30c  j Two Minute Oat Food, in 14-ounce packages 25c  ��� Minced Gallops in 16-ouncetins 45c  i.  ���j Stewed Oxtail in 16-ounce tins    30c  j Canadian Bailed Dinner, 16-ounce tins../ 35c  J. F. FUMERTON i CO.  THE CASH STORE ' "It Pay. to Pay Caah."  Dry Good* phone 38 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hour* :  Morning-9.30 and 11       Afternoon-3 and 5  KELQWNA   lECOU  Thursday, May 13,1920  -   THE  -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Bui 116  Opposite the CP.R wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plans and Price Lists of the  sub-division ol the  DICKSON RANCH  may be seen at this office.  ORIENTALS   OR  ENEMY ALIENS  NEED  NOT   APPLY  Terms: One-quarter caah, balance  1, 2 and 3 years  Immediate possession  The Okanagan Brokerage  Jamea Inglis, Proprietor  We only charge TWO per cent.* commission on the sale of City Property.  Automobile  For Hire  H  B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 180  FOR SALE  Apple Tiees, large ��ize, for fillers.  Varieties: Jonathan, Wagner, Crimea  Golden, Wealthy and Mcintosh.  Each $1.    Per doz. $10. or 60c each, in  quantities, if called for.  Japanese Walnuts, excellent shade  trees, fast growers.  Each 75c, 5 for $3  Blackberries, Snyder  Each 15c       10, $1.25        50, $5  Loganberries. Each 25c; 10, $2.50; 50, $10  Sirawberries, Magoon.      100, $2;    500, $8  Rosefield Nursery, Gellatly P.O.  2J-6  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairt  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and' make it  like new.  Mnttreases Piano*, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corner*  Made and Upholstered  All  Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late  with  Kelowna   Furniture Co.  PIANO TUNING  with a reputation and on merit  ALVIN E. PERKINS  h��* been delayed several  months owing to a long illness but will be in Kelowna  soon.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired Pn Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE. $13,000, the houae of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle At Wilson or other agenta  or owner. 6tf  $2,200. Well-built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. .House 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 2ltf  FOR SALE, few  good Jersey Cowa    A.  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 2ltf  FOR SALE, high-grade Ayrahire Cowa,  fresh ; thoroughbred Holstein Bulls.  B. F. Boyca. 23tf  FOR SALE, two second-hand   Automo.  biles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23lf  FOR SALE, Seed Beana, 8c to 10c pound.  Apply W. T. Barber, Rutland.        24tf  FOR SALE, Brown Mare, 1,500 lbs, 12  yeara old, Gelding, broken, 3 vears old,  2 Fillies, unbroken, 3 and 4 yeara nld.  Apply J. Spall, Wollaston Ranch, Ver-  non Road.   Phone 3006. 25-6  FOR SALE, Chevrolet Runabout. 1919  model, slightly used. Apply at Record  Office. 25-6p  FOR SALE, Saddle Horse, cheap. Apply  Seon Jnr., Kelowna. 25tf  FOR SALE, very fine weathered oak  China Cabinet, square poat double Brass  Bed with spring and beat' quality hair  mattress, mahogany sectional Book  Cases, mahogany Music Cabinet. All at  very low pricea. G A. Barrat, Glenn  Avenue, phone 348. 25-6c  FOR SALE, vertical Grand Piano, by  leading Canadian maker. Nearly new.  Phone 171. 26p  FOR SALE. Team, Harness and Wagon.  Apply John Sutherland. 26tf  FOR SALE, Separator and Churn. Rhu.  barb roots,$l per dozen. A. E. Harrison.  Rutland. Phone 3507. 26.7c  SITUATIONS VACANT  HELP WANTED. Pleasant modern house  on lake shore. Good wages. Phone  2506.   Mrs. St. G. Baldwin. 26  situations WANTED  WINDOW, Oflice and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. p  WANTED. Returned soldier, experienced  bookkeeper, wants work keeping books  mornings 9-12. Excellent references.  P.O. Box 372, phone 113. 26-7p  MISCELLANEOUS  VACUUM   CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.       I8if  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,500 lbs.  to work single.    Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  WILL EXCHANGE modern Bungalow in  Vancouver for small houae with an acre  or more in fruit trees in or near Kelow.  na. Clear deed, value $3,500. J. C. Stock.  well 254|  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.GS,  courae yet ? Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelowna. 25tf  FOUND, young Colt, black. Owner appl;  Campbell, near Brick Yard. 26-9c  FOUND, in my garden, Gold Watch. Owner may have it by calling. Geo. Rowcliffe; ' 26p  LOST a month ago, between Kelowna  and Ellison, a box Heater Top. Reward  for return to' Record Oflice. 26  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acrea in tree.*., all good  varietiea of Applet, 8 to 10 yeart  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard land, at preaent used for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale  Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phon* 5502  J.   GRANT  APPLE  TREES  FOR SALE  Stockwell's, Ltd.  "God's Acre" in Keiowna  (Written in memory of the late  Mn. Annie Reekie)  Far in the Weat, a sunlit valley lies,  By mountains circled ;���mountains whose  long lines  And violet, velvet shadows apeak of peace  And rest and shelter in a world of ttrife.  At in the hollow of God's hand It lies.  By Inke and streamlet fed, its levels bloom  To rare fertility.   Its terraced sides  Where  pine and  fir in   solemn" stillness  stand.  Mingling their sombre greens with vivid  glow  Of flower and shrub  and   laden orchard  Men   saw this valley., and  their   hearts  desired  Its beauty and its richness. Here one drew  Dividing lines, another, there; and still  Another farther on; till all was marked  For home or holding in that sunlit vale.  Amid the throng, a silent claimant stood  Waiting  with patience,   till   their   eager  hearts  Were satisfied;  then  with  swift  strokes  marked out  A little holding none had cared to take..  If on a summer eve you chance to stray  To where Mt Dilworth cleaves the eastern  ���ky  And benda ita rugged brows  above the  rlain  in watchful care, you'll find the spot  ''God's Acre" in Kelowna���held in fee  Till earth ahall pass and time ahall be no  ���more.  The tiny babn, whoae blue unclouded eyes  Opened for one brief moment on a world  Of tei-n and trouble, then forever closed _  The mother, from her pleasant household  talks  Withdrawn, her kindly ministering hands  Folded and still in everlasting real;  The maiden, all her tale of life untold  The man, whoee aun of life went down at  noon ;  The  youth,  with  powers and  purposes  untried ;  The aged, time-worn aaint, whoae  tireless  hands  Had wrought for home and children thro*  long yeara  Of self-rorgetfulnesa.   So strong of soul  She waa, ao full of purpose, faith and hope;  So true to God and all that makes for good,  "Except it die," aaid  one of old,  "that  which  Thou aoweat ahall never rise to life anew,  And so all theae, God's precious, priceless,  seed,  Lie hidden in that valley in the West,  Where soft winds linger and  where wild  birda thrill,  Waiting the  resurrection of the juat.  The glad, bright springtime of eternity,  When  death  shall die  and endleae  life  begin, ���laabel Sinclair.  E. W. Wilkhuoi & Co  Established 1693  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poat Office  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern. 6  rooms, hot and cold water, built-in buffet  J tin dining room,open fin place in sitting  room, entrance hall, cupboard, in three  bedrooms, lot SO x 120. The nicest  bungalow in town, juat finished. Only  tt.5(K>.  TWO-STOREY FratM House, 3 bed.  rooms, dining and sitting room, kitchen "  fitted up with cupboards and bine, bath*  room fully modern, hot and cold water,  verandah back aad front, woodshed,  houae practically new. $3,500 on term,.  Ready for immediate possession.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae, fully mod.  em, bath, hot and cold Water, cement  basement, let 120 a 100, large stable and  garage. A snap, only $4300. Half caah  balance to arrange.  IWO-STOREY Frame House, bath, hot  and cold watar, 6 rooms, arable, wood'  ahed, including two large Iota. $3,200  $1,500 caah, balance to arrange.  BUNGALOW, 5 noma, bathroom, fully  modern, verandah back and front, wood. *  ahed, chickenhouae.   $4,400, half caah,  including two Iota.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae, 6 rooma,  kitchen, woodshed, chickenhouaa, stable  large cement baaement $2,200 caah,  worth $3,500. - Don't bum thi, chance  to pick up a snap.  BUNGALOW. S rooms,, bathroom, fully  modern, large verandah on front, wood;  ahed, lot 60 a 120, ready for immediate  possession.   $3300 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Brick Houae, 1 noma,  fully modern, with furnace heating, full  SYNOPSIS' OF OOAL  MINING  -    RKaULATIONS  Coal mining rlgkta at the Dominion  It, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of Britiah Columbia may be leaser! for a term of twenty-one yeara at  an annual rental of $1 an aara. Not  more than 2.600 aoraa will be leased to  one applicant  Application, for tha leaae muat ba  made by the applioant In paraon to tha  Agent or Sub-agent of the distriot In  which the rlghta applied for ara eltuat-  ed.  Sach application muat ba accompanied by a fee of |5, whioh will be refunded if the rlghta applied for are not  available, but not otherwiae. A royalty ahall be paid on tha merchantable  output of the mine at tbe rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land muat  be described by aectlona or legal sub-  divislons of aectlona, and ln unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for ahall ba  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish the agent with aworn return,  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal miniag  rights are not being operated, auch returns shall be furnished at leaat one*  a year.  The lease will Include the ooal mining; rlghta only, but the leasee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rlghta may ba considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full Information application  ahould be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  LandB.  W, W. CORT.  (N.II-- Unauthorised publication of  this arlvertlaament will not be paid for).  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box HO  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  baaement, 'garage, chickenhouae, j  lot, 70 x ISO.   Only $4,500. leaa than  what it coat to build.  We have aome choice Lake Shore Pro.  rty for sale  situated   at Okanagan  MlMO  Office houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturday! 9 to  10 p.m.  THE VETERAN  AUTO TRUCK  SERVICE  r!?s>"i��ffaiiisin:>>':'  This Washer  Pays for Itself  In One Year  The Time Saver Electric Washer  saves enough money to pay for  itself the hist veil. It ami the  washer woman i wages; it saves  laundry bills; it save! tbe clothes,  for ihiry last four times al long  when washed in thia machine. It  saves doctor*!  bills, for it  cuti out back-  brea king'  drudgery.  Time Saver  Electric  Wither'  CojIi lea to run than tbe washer  woman eats.   It operates for 2c. an  hour, and it easier to run than a  sewing machine.  It U moderate in  price. We have  a Time Saw  teady to show  you.     Let  demonstrate it ip  your own home.  ��� Phone ar cal  at ess Sure.  W. W. LOANE  Phone  349  Opposite Sawmill Office  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL

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