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 fssr.  lielotmw Rcror  VOL. XII.   NO. 22  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. APRIL 15. 1920.-4 PAGES  SI.50 Per Annum  Enjoyable Concert By  Girls' Choral Club  Tke Girls* Choral Club, organized by Mrs. E. D. Braden in connection with the girla' Bible cjaat,  ���cored a distinct success Wednesday evening in their first concert.  About thirty-five young ladiea in.  all took part in the programme  which wat of a varied and very  pleasing character, ahowing a degree of talent and of training which  rcflecta great credit on all concerned. Mra. Braden herself conducted while Miss Eihelwj n Jonea  presided at the piano.  There waa a large audience in  the United Church, and they evidently fully appreciated the excellent music given. A number of  fine choruses were given by the  choir as a whole, one or two especially proving very popular.  Three quartette parties contributed  to the programme, Misses Marion  Hawes, Hazel McCallum, Marie  Chapin and Mrs. G. Curts singing  Fairy Land;" Misses Hazel Ritchie, Bessie Thompson, Jean Kincaid and Ethel Austig, ''Darkey  Jubilee," and Mrs. Amy Fleming,  Jean Kircaid, Ethel Austin and;  Mrs, H. Blair, "Jennie," Solos were  given by - Miss Etta Murdoch and  Miss Austin, while Miss Hazel Ritchie and Mrs. DeMara delighted  the audience with their recitations.  At the close of the programme n  beautiful bouquet of sweet peas  was presented to Mrs. DeMara for  her assistance to the choral club.  After the concert. refreshments  were served to those who had  taken part in the programme, during which Miss Hazel Ritchie, the  class president, took the opportunity of presenting to Mrs. Braden a  beautiful set of spoons.  D. McGuire  is spending a few  ' days in town this week.  Rutland News  our own n>rt  After disposing of his property  here S. Coxworth moved with his  family yesterdry to Vancouver.  The firct football match of the  season will be played on Saturday  afternoon at 4 o'clock, when the  Rutland team will meet the Ellison  boyt. A collection it to be taken  to help the R.A.C. fund.  A meeting of the Rutland United  Farmer! will be held in the tchool  on Monday, April 19th at 8 p.m.  All members are urged to attend  to consider the advisability of  forming a municipality in the diitrict. Full particulars will be laid  before the meeting.  Quite a number or tranafera of  farm property have taken place in  Rutland lately. Mr. A. Patterson  and hit son have purchased the  36 acres from S. Coxworth east of  the school formerly owned by Mr.  Clever. T. Cooper and family lately from Regina, have taken the old  Houston place, also from Mr. Coxworth. Mr. Carlson and family  havi moved down from Ellison, to  R. J. Sproule's orchard. The Ham-  el place has passed into possession  of Mr. Dennis, a newcomer from  the prairie. Another prairie settler  is Mr. Hall who has taken up  A. H. Johnson's farm.  The Women's Institute resumed  its regular meetings on Thursday,  when Mrs. Day, president of the  United Farm Women of Benvoulin,  gave an interesting address on the  aims and work of their organization.  It was decided by vote that the  Institute members would each  bring $1.25 to the next meeting  towards raising $36 to assist in the  support for one year of one of the  800,000 war orphans in France.  Rutland residents are asked to  leave with Mrs. Hardie at the store  all articles of clothing, etc., that  can possibly be spared to be for-  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  Mr. Childer'a Victoria rhubarb-is  almost ready for shipment.  Miss Reid who has been visiting  Mrs. Leeley returned to Vernon  on Monday last.  Mr. Leney hat bought a car. It  is possible to run it en some parts  ot the road, quite impossible on  othen. We are looking for the  "early in April" visit of our road  foreman and need it.  We are how having pleasant  spring weather and in the ordinary  course should be teeing something  green by way of a change. But the  range is monopolized by ihe bands  of wild horses roaming about, principally on the Bear Cteek and  Wilson Landing ranges, so depleting it that it will take years for the  country to recover. As it appears  impossible to move the horses the  only remedy seeme to be to "eat  'em," and so give beef a.chance to  come down in price.  According to reports business  will be suspended and schools  closed to welcome Pussyfoot Johnson when he returns to his home  Penticton's war memorial is to  take the form of an obelisk to be  erected at a principal corner on  Main street.  Mr. Fred Wigglesworth, the newly-appointed organist and choirmaster of the United Church,  arrived with his wife this week  and will officiate on Sunday next.  warded for the assistance of our  fellow citizens in another part of  Canada, who through repeated  crop failures, and no fault of their  own, are painfully reduced in  circumstances.  Do not forget  to file your  Income Tax Return  on or before the 30th of April, 1920.  I ominion of Canada  Department of Finance  ALL persons residing in Canada, em-  ployed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax  on income, as follows:���  1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,000 or more.  2. All other individuals who during the  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  more.  3. Every corporation and Joint stock company  whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended in 1919.  Forms t0 be uaei *n fllln*  returns on or before  the 30th of April, 1920.  ALL INDIVIDUALS other than  farmers and ranchers muat uie  Form T 1.  FARMERS AND RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATIONS and joint  stock companies must uaa Fc  T2.  Penalty  Ens? psrson r.e,ulte* �� sssks 1 fStara, wlw  tills ts to so wlthla tks Moss   Halt,  stall ta  subjsct ro a psnaltr ot Twsou-Sfs $m osaum  of tta ���KMtMt ol th. tai payable.  An? psrson, wtattac salable, tt a asst wise,  who lolls to malts ��� mam or pratMo larfocma-  rton duly required according to the ptatlsasa of  the Act, stall be liable aa sriramarr canrlctloti  to a penalty ol MM lat sach star during  which the default contlauss. Also tar person  making, a false statement Us aay rsturn t* la  aay Information required by the Minister, "ball  he liable, on summary conviction, to a Density  not aceedlntSII.Mt.orto sil months'Imprison-  ment or to both line and imprlsonmsnt.  ���  General Instructions.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or  Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from  Postmasters.  Read carefully all instructions on  Porn before filling it In.  Prepay postage on letters and documents forwarded by mall to Inspectors of  Taxation.  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  Addreaa INSPECTOR OF TAXATION.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  R. W. BREADNER,  Commissioner of Taxation.  ****=���=  Athletics flu Good  Basis This Year  Athletic sports are to be well  looked after this year, and already  organization of valley leagues for  lacrosse, baseball and football has  been completed and schedules  drawn up. At Vernon. Tuesday,  a meeting was held including delegates from Enderby, Armstrong,  Lumby, Vernon and Kelowna,  Valley and a Northern Okanagan  Amateur Athletic Association formed. N. DeHart was elected president, H. M. Murray of Armstrong  secretary, and as the executive, D,  Douglas, Vernon, for lacrosse, F.  Lee, Lumby, for football, and Dr.  Wright, Kelownn, for baseball.  It ia expected that affiliation will  be sought wilh tKe B.C. Amateur  Athletic Association. So far as  Kelowna is concerned lhe games  will open on the 24th of May, when  three league games will be held i  connection with the local spoils.  A general meeting of lhe Athletic  Club is to be held to-morrow in  the Board of Trade room/ while a  meeting of the baseball section  will be held in Dr. Wright's office  on Monday evening.  Farewell to Pastor  of Baptist Church  The Baptist church was last Fridav evening the scene of a pleasant little farewell social to the  Rev. W. F. Price, who after supplying for the church for a period  of some six months left thi week  to join his wife and sons on their  farm at Lloydminster. There was  a good gathering of lhe congregation and friends, and many pleasant things were said in appreciation of Mr. Prices services during  the time he has been in Kelowna,  and the greatest regret expressed  at his departure.  A shor programme of music was  rendered by members of the choir  followed by a few short speeches,  after which the ladies served "refreshments. During the evening a  presentation whs -made to Mr.  Price at a token of the general  esteem. Prior to coming to Kelowna Mr. Price served for some  time as chaplain with the Canadian forces in London.  Brickyard Again  in Operation  A new "hooter" has joined the  quitting time chorus in Kelowna  this week, and the sound of it  coming from the brick yard by the  side of Knox Mountain has an old  familiar sound. The brickyard has  after a period of suspension been  leased by Messrs. Ward & Baldock  and after a considerable amount  of refitting it being operated once  more. They hope to turn out a  high-grade pruduct which will  command a ready market, especially aa the present price of lumber  makes building with brick worthy  of serious consideration.  Children's Pantomime  Next Tuesday  Somewhat of a novelty in musical entertainments is to be given  next Tuesday evening nt the  Theatre, when Mrs. P. C. A. Anderson and Mrt. Herga Ambler and  their respective pupils, are to produce the pantomime of "The Sleeping Beauty"���with local variations.  Judging by lhe interesting programme a-d the care which is  being devoted lo to its production,  the affair ahould prove a great  attraction. The pantomime is to  be preceded by a musical recital  by the pupils of Mrs. Ambler.  Benvoulin Notes  We' are sorry to hear that "Bert"  Hall it in the hospital having  undergone an operation for appendicitis.  Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Hardy of  Chicago arrived last week and are  spending a few weeks visiting Mr.  A. Hardy and family.  The Ladies' Aid of Bethel Church  are to meet at the Manse on Wednesday afternoon, April 21 at at 3  o'clock.  Mias Lucy Brock returned Sunday to Oyama after spending the  Easter holidays visiting her many  friends in Kelowna and Benvoulin.  The Ladies'Aid of Bethel Church  met at Mrs. Hammed'* on Wednesday last. There was a large  attendance and much business waa  attended to.  Mrs. R. Fisher who has been  visiting Mr. and Mis. J. B. Fisher,  left on Saturday morning for lhe  east where she expects to visit a  week or two before resuming her  journey to her home in Scotland.  The Benvoulin United Farm  Women are giving a bazaar and  sale of home cooking in Wesley  Hall on Saturday afternoon, April  17th.. During the afternoon lea  will be served. Come along and  see all lhe goodies they will have  for sale.  The regular meeting of the Kelowna local U.F.B.C. is to be held  in Mission Creek school house on  Tuesday evening April 20th. The  new national policy of the organized' farmers of Canada will betaken  up atthia meeting. A good attendance is requested as a vote will be  laken on this question at an early  date.  The Ladies Aid Social held at  lhe home of Mrs, McEachem on  Friday night proved a decided  success. A good entertainment  was provided by local talent. Mrs.  Rutherford gave a violin solo, ably  assiet'i' by Miss Sylvia Weeks at  the piano. Mrs. DeMara and Miss  Brock each contributed a reading  and Mr. Connal and Mrs. Scott  gave vocal solos. The evening's  entertainment ended with a few  "Heart Songs" played by Mrs.  Rutherford with the violin, Mrs.  DeMara at the piano and Mr. Wilson with the banjo, after which  refreshments were served.  One of the victims of the fatal  hotel fire in Seattle last week was  Miss Blanche Crowe of Penticton,  well known to many throughout  the valley. Miss Crowe was 24  yeart of age and was born at  Portapique, N.S. He parents re-  tide in Penticton and sympathy is  extended to them in the lost of  their daughter under such trying  circumstances.  War Veteran Notes  A consignment of blankets hat  been received for the canteen.  A challenge from the Sons of  England for a whist and cribbage  match has been accepted -for Saturday, the 24th. Members wishing  tu play can notify the stewards.  Lt-Col. Edgett, of Vernon, who  attended the dominion convention  as the delegate from lhe Okanagan, will be present at the next  meeting on Monday, the 19th inst.,  to give a report of the proceedings. It has been necessary to  change the meeting from the third  Wednesday in the month, as the  G.W.V.A. dance is to be on the  21st. t    .  Amended rules and bye-laws  were adopted at the last meeting  and house and membership committees elected, A report was received from lhe spoits committee  in reference to the sports to be  held in the park on May 24th. A  programme will be published  shortly.  A successful whist drive waa  held at the club on the fcjjh by the  Ladiea' Auxiliary, At lhe conclusion of the evening vice president  Gray, on behalf of the G.W.V.A.,  presented the secretary wilh a gun  metal model of a French field gun  with a clock on one wheel, nnd  a'so a silver mounted tea set. He  explained' that these gifts were  presented by .the mmbers as a  token of their appreciation of the  work accomplished on tVeir behalf,  Lt.-Col, Belson in reply said he  thought that if anyone was entitled  to presentations it was the Ladies'  Auxiliary who had been the backbone of the club since it was started. He wished to thank them verv  heartily for the handsome gifts and  the expression of esteem that went  with them. Thete articles came  [rom Fra ce and are b.-autiful  work's of art.  City's Tax Sale Properties to te Sold  Council Considering Reduction of  Fire Limits  The question of disposing of  tome of the properties acquired  by the city at thc various tax a: let  wat ditcutted at Monday's meeting of the city council. A considerable number of these properties  had now been deeded to the city  and certificates of title obtained,  thus giving the city the unrestricted right to dispose of them to the  bett purchaser. It was decided  that the finance committee should  place a selling price upon each  parcel and that the fact of their  being for sale should be advertised.  The advisability of reducing the  area covered by the Fire Limits  and Bu lding Regulation By-law  was also discussed and it was decided to introduce an amendment  at a future meeting to takeout of  the fire limits blocks 33 and 34  east of Ellis street and north and  south of B-rnard avenue, and also  to provide for the erection of garages to private residences within  the fire limits.  Aid. Duggan reported lhat the  chief engineer had recommended  that the water intake pipe be covered with cement for the reason  that at low water owing lo its being exposed, the pipe dries out  permitting the suction of air and  possible contamination from dirty  water. This explained the aerated  condition of the city water lately.  It was decided to aulhoiize tire  committee to cany this work oul  at. a cost not to exceed $250  Mr. L. Hayes representing the  Occidental Fruit Co., informed the  council that his company were  considering the purchase of adjoining lots for the purpose of  extending their factory. These  lots were separated from (heir present premises by a lane, and their  decision Would depend upon whether the t^Weufd btr willing to  close this lane and deed same to  them. The council expressed sympathy with Mr. Hayes' request and  promised to take up the matter  with the city solicitors for instruction as to powers and procedure  to be followed, lhe company to  bear all expense involved.  The Mayor repotted having instructed the chief constable to  to cause all cattle found running  at large to be impounded, and to ���  prosecute where necessary infractions of the by-law.  Aid. Lloyd-Jones and Aid.Meikle  reported having examined the open  ditch on Haynes avenue about  which complaint had been made,  and it was decided to use a quantity  of old 8-inch wooden sewer pipe  and have it closed in.  Mr. C. Quinn waited on the  council in reference to the opening  of-Water street through his property south of the creel-, which the  city had undertaken to do when -  his land was subdivided. The absence of ihis street seriously depreciated the value of the property  and he had noticed that the owner  of the adjoining property was now  ploughing his portion of the street  deeded to the city. . It waa decided to instruct the city solicitor to  have lhe street deeda registered  and the Public Works committee  were instructed lo have the street  giaded.  Golf Club Decides  to Purchase Site  The deal between F. E. R. Wollaston and the new Kelowna Golf  Club (or the pjoposed site lor a  golf course was finally doted at a  meeting Monday evening, and details of finance nre being worked  out by the executive. An amount  of $6,000 is to be issued ns cumulative preference shnrcs or debentures of $100 each bearing interest  at 8 per cent, the proceeds o( the  sale ofNvhich nre to be devoted  entirely to the purchase of the  property. The subscription has  been fixed at $15 per annum with  a probable reduction for families.  A green committee consisting of  Dr. Seon, G. W. Strang and H.  G, M. vVilson was appointed and  will get to work immediately putting the course into shape. mm  ���*^"i  i un two  KBLOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, April 15,1920  WALTHAM & ELGIN  THIN MODEL WATCHES  lhe modern man demands two  thingi of hit watch.  Firat of all, of courBe, he demands  a watch that tells honest time���a  watch whoae accuracy he can rely on.  But thii in itself is not enough.  I lin time-piece must he good to look  at���one that is modern as the cut of  his clothe* or the lines of his motor  car.  And it is for iheae rensons thnt we  recommend the Operi Wallham  Watches and Stream Line Elgin Watches for men.  Pricea from $35.50 to $90.  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.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  SHOE SHINE  AT YOUR SERVICE  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  Britiah Columbia  JOHN  LEATHLEY  Editor and Propriotir  SUBSCRIPTION  RATEN  J).no    per   -rear;    7ae���    six   months.   United  Statu 10 eents additional.  ^iibs-ribers    at   ths  regular  rat*   can  have  sxlra  papers  mailed  to friends a*  a distance  tt  HALF RATE.  I.e.. 75 eettts per vear.  '!'liin   ihmi'ihI   privilege    Is   granted    for    the  of advertising *he oitv  tad distriot.  All subscriptions parabls la advnnoe  ADVERTISING  RATES  LOUGH  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC.,  '.������>   rents  txtr   column Inch nsr wees:.  I.AM) AM) TIMBER  NOTICRS-80 davs.  11.  fin davs 17.  ���JVATKR NOTICES-IB lor five insertions.  ���jVGAL ADVERTISING���Kiwi insertion. 1?  ������suits per line; eaoh mibtetiuent innertion *  it'nU per  line.  MSn.AV AIWRKT.HRMENTR- Two inches  nnd under. Hfl rant* nor inch firm itiKArtion  Aver two inrli.>H 40 cents ixr inch (irnt in  wrtlott! 20 centa ner inch ..��ch euhmnuent  Inoertlnn  1.AHHIK1KU ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  ner word first insertion. 1 oent ner word  r-ni'Ii subisetnueiit insertion.  All i-iiiuiycB 'ii 1'iHiitiu-t advertisemnuta must  ���if- in the IiaiuIh of the printer bv Tuesdav  evening to mmum oublieatfon ia the next  issue  Get After the Cutworm  in Good Time  ~E lie follow ng directions afe  given by assista t - entomologist  Mix Ruhnian of Vernon:���  N >w, aa the plant and se*-d beds  are being prepared, is the bcs*  time to control cutworms. Better  results, and at a smaller cent of  time ana material, are obtained  when the bait is.applied to the  land before the young plants are  xet in the field, or seeds have  germinated.  The bait is prepared as follows :  Bran 50 lbs., Paris green 1 lb,  lemons or oranges 6 fruits, molasses 2 quaits, water sufficient to  mate*- i\ crumbly mass. P.oceed  by mixing the bran and Paris grren  diy in a large container by rubbing  th-* ingredients between the hands  until all the bran flakes are  thoroughly coated with Paris greer.  Dissolve the molasses in warm  water and add the juice of the  fiuit to this liquid, the rinds of the  fruit should be finely chopped and  be added. When all is ready,  gradually add the liquid to the  poisoned bran in smal. quantities,  so as to,avoid washing the Paris  green from the bran flakes, at the  same time working the bait through  the hands until all is uniform!v  moist and crumbly.  The poisoned bait should be  broadcasted over the land a day  or two before young plants are  set out, or before the germinating  seed shows above the ground,  using the bait at the rate of about  ten pounda of dry bran to the acie.  Apply in the cool uf lhe' evening  so that the moisture may be retained as long as possible. If the bait.  is carefully prepared the small  quantity of poison given in the  above formula will be found lo be  quile effective. Proper precautions  should be t; ken, when (he bait is  prepared, lo are lhat no children,  dogs, poultiy or live elork can pet  ���U the poisoned b*it while in bulk  before broadcasting When mixing Urge qn.iuiit es of bait a hand  kerchief should be tied over, the  mouth and nontrils to avoid inhaling life Paris green  If application of (he bait is left  until the plants are well up, three  to four timet the amount per acre  will be required And greater care  will be necessary in placing it out.  Important  Things  Of the manv  important thingi I  .lave to announce, ona   ia   paramount.    I   have been appointed  agent for the famous  "K" 5HOES.  Alio I wish to aay that I shall  shortly exhibit the finest display'  of Spring and Summer Footwear  ever shown in Kelowna.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman \  Katherine MacDonald  Most Beautiful Actress  At the Empress Wednesday  When Howard Chandler Clirisly  declared that Katherine iVIhcDoii-  ald's tide, "the most beautiful  woman in picturee," was well earned and accounted (or her beauty  by saying it represented the glory  ol a dauntless character, he little  knew that Miss MacDonald'a next  story would enable her to enact a  role of this nature.  In "The Turning Point," the  latest attraction of "lhe American  Beauty" which wil] be shown at  the Empress Theatre on Friday  and Saturday, Miss MacDonald  plays lire part of Diana Tennant  who greets the news of the loss ol  a fortune with indifference and  becmrs a professional society  hostess. The events that come  within her experience in this work  are most unusual and interesting.  W. T Hunter, B.S.A , < f Pentic  ton, has been appointed In siirceid  Ben Hoy as district ho* I * ulturist  for ihe Okanagan. Mr. Hunter has  been with thf* department tar several years, and was lat ly m l��i  inspector ft Penticton,  Professional Cards  BURNE S- tft?ppE1,L'.  ���Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public.  8. C. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR S, BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  ind estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.T'own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr.,J..W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi   Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 ,, ar  Residence      313 V<,rn0n' B*C'  Calls left with Or. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  -  ^ Phone 320  HERGA AMBLER soVranT*  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Plionet: Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming for the New  Year  Phone (or an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforte Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Clans Room  Tor information phone 3105  Local Boy Scouts  Edited  by   Pioneer.     April   13th.  ORDERS by command for week  ending April 22nd, 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Cougars; next for duly, the  Beavers.  PARADES: Court of Honor at  the scoutmaster's office on Saturday  the 17th inst. at 7.15 p.m.  The combined troop will parade  at the club room on Tueaday the  20th inst. at 7.15 p.m. Rehearsals  of the songs, gymnastic drill, parallel bars, tumbling and signalling  will be held.  The bugle band will paiadr- for  pmclice on Thursday, the 22nd  inat. at 7 15 p m. Further extra  prarlirrs of lire parallel bar and  tumbling squads will.be held of  whirli no ire will br given.  Wf linvr been iiske'l to be present at the tinveilin * nr the Rolland  in* irinriirl lo th.it fallen in the war  whirl? will lip held thorn rut ng  lhe mnrning of May 24tk I* the  whole Iroop cxnnot be p:e.ent  ihey wir.lt our bu.de band t.�� be at  nny rale to blow the Last Poft.  Provided Iratir-potial on can be  arrargrd the wlitrlfr tronp will at.  lend as we feel il n pilvilege tn  ngaicl ir anv v ny r n nn b in  occasion.  We t.re verv ularl thni r<t the  Coutl of Honor held on S��tur< ay  last all llio8e who appeared to- explain their absence from the  Easter hike were able to give aat s-  factory lei.sons. In four casta  notification lo attend had not been  given by tfe leadeis nnd they will  therefore be taken up at the next  Court. In several inslancrs the  explanations given were that their  parents hbd made them work, but  it was not clear that it had bet n  explained to such parents what the  effect of non attendance would be  on the absentees so these explanations were accepted. Aa the  Friday previous and all the daya  of the week following v��ere achool  holidays we feel quite certain that  if the matter had been explained  to the parents we would have had  heir sympathetic co-operation. It  is not often that we have compulsory parades but we do have aome,  and it is also compulsory that a  scout should attend at least one in  four conaecutive paradea. Abaence  through circumstances over which  the scout has no control, being the  only explanation considered bs  satisfactory.  The vrccination of all those attending achool has been responsible  for some very poor attendances  during the last two weeks, but the  effect of lhat should how be over  and from now to the concert it  must be for us all a long strong  pull altogether.  The only new suitable play which  we have been able to find for our  concert is one in which there are  two different girl parts. We feel  that they are a little too difficult and  the queation agitating  us  ia  whe  ther to break our invariable rule  in having any part of the concert  given by others than membera of  the troop. If we do not have thia  play, we shall have to repeat one,  and we wonder if the public could  stand again "April Fools," given in  1917. This waa the one where the  father of aeveral marriageable  daughtera had such an interesting  time in trying to dispose of his  eldest, Fanny.  The Court of Honor haa decided  that the pricea of the supplies received from provincial headquarters for scouts and cubs will be. aa  follows : haveraacks $1 ; billies  50c ; water-bottles 50c ; field dressings 25c ; ground sheets $2.    This  makes  them   til   practically   gifta,  particularly   the   haversacks   and  ground sheets, ao come early acouta i  and cubs and take your choice.  Readers of the column will remember  in the issue of the first of April appeared  an account of the rescue of a Moose Jaw  acout from electrocution. Tha following  ia a aequel to this account:���  "Ottawa, April 10.���The Bronze Cross,  the highest decoration that can be obtained  by a Boy Scout, and regarded as .tha  Victoria Cross of the movement, has just '  been awarded to a young member of the '  Minto Troop, Moose Jaw.   Chester Freser,  1st fylmto Troop, of the city,.is the acout  upon whom the henor ia to be conferred.  At great risk of "hia own life he saved  another acout, H. G. Jordan, from death by j  rescuing him from the top, of a telegraph 1  post, where the latter had become entangled I  in a live wire charged with 2200 volts. The '  presentation will be made soon."  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden 2  d have better Vegetables & Flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable-Plants and Bedding Plants and Hard}) Perennials  We shall have on sale shortly a fine assortment of the celebrated  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON'  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117  Swanlite  :;   ELECTRIC   ::  Farm Lighting Plant  WITH THE  Philadelphia Diamond Grid  Batteries  GUARANTEED   FOUR  YEARS  .See  JIM BROWNE  AT THE OIL SHOP  for Demonstration  EMPRESS THEATRE, ONE NIGHT ONLY  Thursday Next, April =^= =  22nd  BUD FISHER'S  MUSICAL SUCCESS  MUTT AND JEFFS DREAM  in Three Acta and Six Scenes, with  Lillian Goldsmith and a capable caste  t  Seat sale at Willits Prices 55c to $1.10  Notice to CHEVROLET and  STUDEBAKER Owners  The new Garage* and Machine Shop in connection with my new showroom is now  open-ready to give service to CHEVROLET and STUDEBAKER Cars.  I have a full and complete stock of Chevrolet parts on hand.  CHEVROLET OWNERS NOTE PARTICULARLY  Please insist on your garage using only genuine Chevrolet Parts when replacing of worn  parts is found necessary. Parts of other makes are not " just as good " as they will  not "stand up" and give satisfaction.  M. A. ALSGARD  NEW   SHOW  ROOMS  AND SERVICE STATION  LOCAL  DEALER  LAWRENCE  AVENUE' ===  Thuraday. April 15,1920  KBtOWNA RBCOSJ0  1  PAGE THREE  i ���  1/  ��� LIMirsO   PHONE   361  KELOWNA  Highly Attractive Models in  Navy, Serge & Silk Dresses  T'Hf  81  HE Latest  tyle ideas  in Serge,  Navy   and   Silk  Dresses for immediate wear.  These dietses  are of Specially  attractive design  in qualities that  assure good, service.  No two garments are alike  so these' make  choosing interesting for intending purchasers.  White  Canvas  Footwear  Now is the time  to look to your  White Footwear for Summer,    We have many  styles in stock from which to choose in Shoes,  Pumps and Oxfords. Prices from $2.75 to $7.50  It will pay you to look theae over in our Shoe Dept.  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Cl&ss  Pereheron Horses  (Marea and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,'  Kelowna  or at the officio of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  WM, HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  -*   W. Folliard waa a paasenger to  Vancouver Tueaday  A. Rankin left yeaterday on a  viait to Regina.  Mra. Kirkby, left yeaterday for  Brantford, Ont.  T. N. Morriaon waa a paaaenger  thia morning for the coaat.  Mra. Naah and daughter who  have been visiting Mrs. John Sutherland, returned laat Saturday to the  coaat.  Mra. Sturtridge and daughter  Ducie left Monday on a visit to the  coast.  Mrs.   W.   \V.   Periv   with   Mi  D ia   Hfeuy   were  passen^era   to  Vairctuvei laat Saturday.  High school inapector Dr] ong  haa bern in town during the past  lew dayrt in the course of his dirties.  Mr and Mra. C. E. Downing re  turned thia week from thnr winter  stay in Cnliloinia. ,  J.E I hrussell and his sister Mrs.  Purvis and child left yesterday for  Vancouver, where'hey will reside  in iuture  Mr. H. Tod Boyd took leave of  hia frienda laat Saturday, morning  and left by car tor Vernon on hia  way to England.  Mra. A. W. Dalgleish with her  two daughters, Vema and Beth,  left thia morning for Rochester,  Minn., where the elder girl will  undergo further medical treatment;  A. B. Barrat, local manager for.  Pemberton & Son, haa taken the  premises recently vacated by J. E.  Thruaaell, the tailor, aa a branch  office for hia firm. Mr. Thruaaell  left a few daya ago for the coaat.   -  Meaara. Glenn and Sons who  are local agenta for the "Grey-Dort'  automobile have juat received i  carload shipment of the handsome  and reliable cara, and are busy un  loading them for exhibition in their  warehouse.  An advertisement was received  from the Kelowna Creamery, Ltd ,  announcing the commencement of  a retail milk supply at the Cream  ery on Water street, but waa too  late for inaertion in thia week'a  paper. The creamery ia endea  voring to fill a long felt want in  the community of a retail atore at  which milk and cream can be purchased on a caah and carry ayatem.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car hu been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery r la it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, wa will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rates.  In esse it needs replacement we are  the official station for the famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  That marvellous little box ol nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become ae.  quainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't talis it to "Goone," 1st Bane* do it I  Alfred A. Ncwstrand  Automobile Electrician  Tho Sim ot ths P-yrsmid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pondo/.l St.  aeeaae  At 8 p.m. sharp, TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL  IN THE EMPRESS THEATRE  The Sleeping Beauty  CHILDREN'S  PANTOMIME  Presented by Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON and Mra. HERGA AMBLER  Preceded by a Musical Recital by pupils of Mrs. Ambler  Proceeds to be donated to Kelowna Hoapital Society after payment of all expenses'.  Tickets now on sale at Willits Drug Store. Reserved seats $1; Children 50c'  Be sure to come and bring the Children lo see the fun.  C. R. Guill, of Vernon, waa a  viaitor in town Tueaday.  Dr. Haley, diatrict veterinary inapector, was down from Armarrong  Tueaday.  Mr. and Mra. C. G. Ferguaaon  and Doria left on Tuesday for a  trip to Scotland prior to their return  to Chile.  Mr. and Mra. Geo. S. McKenzie  and two vounger boya left yeaterday for Watford,.Ont., where they  will spend a few months holiday.  A large extension is now under  process of erection for the Dominion Canners, Ltd , whuh will greatly increaae the capacity of the  cannery buildinga.  The expenditure on roads in the  South OkairaEirn district provided  lor in the budget for 1920-1, ia  $40,200 or about 30 per cent, more  than last vear.  Mrs. J. Galbraith with her liltle  soli Ian left on MonrUy for G'ns-  go>��, Scotland, on �� visit to her  former home. H. r sistei, Miss  Nairili accompanied ll,em as far  as Sicamous.  The residents on the nonh aide  of Glenn avenue are to br congratulated for the effort they are  making to have the boulevarde  between their premiaea and the  aidewalk fixed up and made to  look presentable. A nice grassy  boulevard, properly looked after,  is infinitely preferable to a "No  Man'a Land" of weeds and rubbish,  Viaitora thia week are Dr. W  H. Gaddea of Klamath Falls,  Oregon, Dr. T. Gaddea of West-  lock, Alta , Jas. Gaddes of Grenfell,  Saak., and Mrs. P. Da) man, of  Meyronne, Saak., all of who came  owing to the illness of their father,  Mr. W. Gaddes, whoae condition  waa regarded aa very aerioua a few  daya ago. Happily, however, he  ia now ahowing aigna of recovery.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  A dance ia being arranged for  Friday next, the 23rd, to take place  in Ellison achool.   Tickets 75c.  On Monday evening, the 19th,  at 8 p.m. in the* Wealey Hall, Mr.  C.H.Taylor will exhibit and ex  plain 140 lantern slides illustrating  life and scenery in India, including  Assam, Suahai Hill Tracts, Hima.  layaa, &c. An admiaaion of 50c  will be charged and the proceeda  handed to the hospital.    .  VETERAN VULGANIZlNe  Comer   Elite   UfflOKfi  end Bernard  Street        lIUIlllU      Avenue  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing operation  ��� Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cute  From $3  Tread Cuts, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from $2  Bicycle Tire, from 50c  ' For quiok and correct repaira  ship your tires to us  Reinforcements VulcanUed  3-inch Tirea * fl.50  3'.inch Tirea $2.00  4.inch Tires .1 $2.50  41-incl. Tires .....$3.00  5-inch Tires $3.50  51-ir.ch Tires $4.00  Refiners from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���  your option  Service and Satisfaction  Tuba Repaira while you wait:  Small Puncture  20a  Blowout, 2-inch ,  30c  Blowout. 4-inch ,  40c  Blowout, S-ineh  SOc  Valve Seate  40c  Valve Insides  10c  Materia! and, workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane '- Prop.  Ex R.S.M.  We carry  a complete range of Tire and  Tube Repair Outfit, including small Vul.  canizers for car owners.  New Tires and Tubes obtained to order  WEBBER WAGONS  We have juat placed a carload of these  famous   wagons   in   atock.     All   sizes.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sully Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators      One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  ACENTS  FOR  DeLAVAL SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street .     , Phone 150  ������mcms-Ha^^  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We  have clience for  5   to  20 Alao at  acrea Improved Farms VICTORIA  and Orchards VANCOUVER  and urcharda. CLOVERDALE  Listings of every description solicited. CHILLIWACK  and MISSION  A. B. BARRAT,  Near CP.R. Wharf.  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C.  HARNESS REPAIRS  SWEAT  PADS  WHIPS  CLOVES  Shoe Repairs  Try TENAX SOLES the most satisfactory sole made.   A fibre com-  position,combining the qualities for Leather and Rubber. We have them.  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building .   ��� Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  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 pasaengera.    Special rate*.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks are all new end up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT  CREAM PRICES  from April 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -   75c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  73c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  <J The logical place to buy one of theae two well-  known makes, ia the atore which handles them  exclusively.  q   THIS IS THE STORE.  ���*3 Wo Jp not try end aell you a Swiss Watch and  bring out a Waltham or Elgin on request  Q , We try and sell you an 'Elgin or Waltham be- .  cause we know you  will  get one  hundred cents  watch value to the dollar*  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. v. PETT1CREW .        ��� MANAGER PAGE FOUR  KELOWKA HECOKD  Thursday, April 15.1920  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY   AND  SATURDAY  America's moat beautiful actreas  KATHERINE MacDONALD  in  The Turning Point"  A magnificently gowned play of tire struggle of a society girl against  poverty and for love. The old Roue nearly ruins her character but���  well aee the play, it ia well worth   while.    And  POLYGAMY   AND   PALOMITAS Chester Outing, and LOOK  WHO'S HERE, Christie comedy.  Evening, 7 30 and 9.  Saturday Matinee at 3.30, IOc and 25c  Admiaaion 20c and 35c  MONDAY   ONLY  The New Moon"  With  NORMA TALMADGE  A story of Russia. Russia and its men, womei. and children. Cold Russia with its people of warm hearts. Russia where inner troubles are continually brooding and happiness is hard to find. A human story of human  people who love and hate, cry and laugh, that is the story of "The New  Moon." Also the 4th chapter of that absorbing serial story  $1,000,000 Reward, featuring Lillian Walker  and a good Comedy  Evening, 7.30 and 9. . Admission 20c and 35c  WEDNESDAY  ONLY  An Artcraft Special  ELSIE FERGUSON    in    "A Society Exile"  from Henry Jones' celebrated   play   "We Can't   Be  as  Bad as All That."  Lies, jealousy, the crack of a pistol and the world  had   another sensation.  Also a good  Comedy.  Eiening 7.30 and 9, 20c & 35c.        Matinee at 3.30, I0c&20c  COMING EVENTS : 'The Street Called Straight;" "1 he Mikado;"  "Mult and Jeff's Dream;" 'Teeth ol the Tiger;" "The River's End;" "The  Miracle Man;" "The Brat;" "Every Woman."  Printed Butter Wrappers  Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run," can be obtained  at  this  office at  the  following prices:  100, $1.50:  200, $2: 500, $3.50:   1000, $5.25  The Kelowna Record Phone 94  Spray  Materials  REX    LIME    SULPHUR  ARSENATE  OF   LEAD  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  WHALE   OIL   SOAP  QUASSIA   CHIPS  BLUESTONE  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  Garden,  Field,  Clovers, Grasses and Grains  Quality the Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bag*  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US NO.W  1        ���"* ��� '      " I   HU   J-   I  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phonea:  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Ph.,  116  Bui 116  Opposite the CP.R. whari  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plana and Price Lists of the  aub-division of th*  DICKSON RANCH  may be seen at this office.  ORIENTALS   OR  ENEMY ALIENS  NEED   NOT   APPLY  Terms ; One-quarter cash, balance  I, 2 and 3 years  Immediate possession  The Okanagan Brokerage  James Inglis, Proprietor  We only charge TWO per  cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  m  j  AUCTIONEERS  (We also sell privately)  Auctions Every  Saturday Afternoon  There is always lots of goods  coming in and you can usually,  find what you want here.  NEW  SPECIALTIES!  Ranges  Congoleum Rugs  Aluminum ware  t    Dinner Sets  Granite ware  Building Paper  Tinware  Paints  Wall Paper  Come and eee us and lend in anything you want to sell.  CASH   COUNTS   HERE  MwellW  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street     Kelowna  AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE  Monday and Tuesday, April  26th & 27th  IN   AID   OF   THE   rUNDS   OF   THE   KELOWNA   HOSPITAL  KELOWNA THEATRICAL" SOCIETY presents  THE MIKADO  Good Caste, good ChorusYnd splendid scenery by the late E. J. McKie.        Door* open at 8 p.m.  Reserved seats on sale at Willits' Drug Store��� 80c to $1.65 (war tax included)  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agenta  or owner. 6tf  FOR SALE���One Planet Jr. Horae Culti-  vator, No. 6, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. l7tf-  FOR SALE, Kelowna, B.C Bungalow, 6  rooms, pantrv, garage, one lot, close ia  $1,900, $1,000 cash, balance arranged.  Owner, Box L, Record. Also House, 6  3   lots,  stable,  chicken   houae.  $3,000,  J9tfc  FOR SALE, White Pekin Duck Eggs, for  setting. $1.50 per setting. Apply Mrs.  E. Lock, Rutland. 20.3p  CLYDE TEAM, mare and gelding, 3 yrs.;  Clyde mare colt, I year. Both mares  registered, unbroken. $500 forthe three;  H-Ii.p. Bat. Jap. Motor Cycle, two speed  and free engine, kick starting, in good  order. $225 cash; Dry, clean, Hen  Feathers, 20c por lb. A. W. Cooke,  Kelowna Field, Kelowna, B.C.   21 -2c  $2,200. Well. built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 x 28. Chtckr-  house and workshop. Apply P.O. B  ���>��. ii.f  25.  2ltf  FOR SALE, few  good Jersey Cows.    A,  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 2ltf  FOR SALE-:, Shed, 18 x 14, all wood  Can be moved bodily. Apply P.O. Box  52. 22-3P  FOR SALE, Piano by Collard, Wardrobe  and ancient Writing Bureau. G. E. Seon  Harvey Ave.    Phone 207. 22tf  ���SYNOPSIS OF  COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal niinlng rlgfats of the Dominion  ii. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of tha Province of British Columbia may be leased for a terra of twenty-one yean at  an annual rental of II an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acrea will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the distriot In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each applioation roust be accompanied by a fee of 15, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at tbe rate of five  cf.j' i per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  Htaked  out by the applicant himself.  The person operating; the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting: for tue full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tbe ooal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the ooal mining rights 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  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Landa. ,  W. W. CORY.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  E. W. Wilkinson & Co  Established 1893  Real Eatate and Insurance  Phone 254 Neat door to Poat Office  CORONATION AVENUE. 5-room B���n-  (alow, lath and plastered. A snap, only  $1,000. half cash. P       '  We have some desirable Trackage Lota  for sale.  CORONATION AVENUE. 2-room house  12x18.   $400 caah.  WOODLAWN. Cottage, 4- rooms, domes.  tic water,  lot  50 x 122, woodshed 15 x  12.   SI.400 caah.  PATERSON AVENUE.    4-room Houae  and lot, electric light and water, lot 100  x   100.   $1,200. half caah. balance to  arrange.  ST. PAUL STREET. Bungalow, 6 rooma,  fully modern, close io. $3,000. half cash  balance to arrange.  WOODLA WN. Two-atony frame houae  6 rooms, Urge aleeping porch, stable, 4  stalls, chicken houae, implement ahed.  $3,500, half caah, balance to arrange,  including 3 Iota,   A anap,  WATER STREET. Bungalow, 5 rooma,  bathroom, fully modern, fireplace in  living room. $2,400, half caah, balance  to arrange.  We have aome choice Lake Shore Property for aale situated at Okanagan  Mission.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturday* 9 to  10 p.m.  PURE-BRED Red Cocker Spaniel, female,  7 months old, $15. Blackburn, Box 209,  Kelowna. 22p  FOR SALE, Ford car, converted into delivery truck, in good condition. Apply  J. F. Fumerton it Co. 22-5  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, three Carpenters at once. Apply Okanagan Building & Trading Co.,  Ellis street. I7tf  WANTED, at once, Carpenter and Machine Man for sash and door factory.  Steady job for right man. Apply  Simpson's factory. 2ltfc  SITUATION'S WANTED  WINDOW, Office and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. p  MISCELLANEOUS  VACUUM   CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.       I8tf  STRAYED, on to my place, Bay Pony  Colt, two yeara old, four white feet and  white strip on face. No visible brand.  If not claimed before April 24th, will be  sold to pay expenses. Phone 5002. J.  W. Thompson, Box 418. 20-2c  PARTNER WANTED in established butchering business.   Returned   man  preferred.   Apply P.O. Box 69, Kelowna.  21-3c  LOST, between Kelowna and Ellison, a  wood Heater Lid, on April 1st. Reward  for retnrn to Record Office. 22c  WANTED, good  Mare, about 1.500 lba.,  to work single.   Apply Norris, Ellison,  22tf  YOUR JOB will look for you if you are  I.CS. trained. Apply R. F. Haig, representative International Correspondence Schools, Kelowna. 22tf  KELOWNA AQUATIC ASSOCIATION.  LIMITED  WANTED, Caretaker, for five montha from  lat May. Must be swimmer and have  experience in life saving. Salary $100  a month and free rooma. Apply H. G.  M. Wilson,'Secretary, on or before 22nd  April. 20-2  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  (h*-**1-  STARTING OUT  under the most favourable conditions does not augur that no accidents will befall your tires.  If something goes wrong, remember our skilful seivices in  VULCANIZING  are always at your disposal. Prompt  sttention, careful work and fair  charges assured.  Save money on new shoes* by  having blow-outs* punctures, cuts,  etc, repaired here.  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  Geo. Lane   ���   Prop.  Corner of Bernard Ave. At Ellis St.,  ., Kelowna  Notice is Itereby given that the  Dominion Canners B.C.,  LIMITED  are open lo receive tenders (or the  Hauling and Disposing  <  of Refuse  trom their two plants during the  coining season. Said tenders must  be in before Friday, the 30th April.  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acres in trees, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 years  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present 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  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, Ac  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 5102  1 guarantee prompt aervice  and satisfaction  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the timo to have  your Furniture overhauled.  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  Prime Baby Beef  Stall fed and of AI quality  Veal, Mutton and Pork  . Some of the finest meat  to be had in the country  is on view this week.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Come and give us a trial.  Veteran Meat Market  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  We deliver three times daily.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold,Repaired & Charged'  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  For Flume Work  TAR   PITCH  ELAST1GUM  ���In any tize packages and barrela  Building Papers and Roofing  Any quantity.    See me before   purchasing.    If prices appeal to  you at all I can do buaineaa.  With a Time-Saver  Electric Washer  you can easily get all the washing done in your  own home. It saves three whole houra on wash  day and makes the day an easy one. Both washer  and wringer are driven by electric power and coat  but a trifle per hour. It is moderate in price. It  pays back its cost in a vear in the saving of laundry  bills or waaher woman s wages. We have a ma.  chine in the store for you, Let us demonstrate it la  your home.   Phone or call.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kelowna Sawmill Ollice  Phone 349


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