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 .Ii ���   .    n  VOL. VI.  NO. 16.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCHn2, 1914.  $1.50 Per  ates  BIG   INCREASE IN   EXPENDITURE  OVER LAST YEAR NECESSARY  City Disposes of Debentures  APPOINTMENT    OF    POLICE   AND  LICENCE, COMMISSIONERS  The Board af Sohool Trustees submitted their revised estimates of expenditure for the coming year at the  last meeting, of the city oounoil. The  former draft of the estimated had been  reduced by the omission oi the sum  required for the expenses of the proposed manual training olasaes, whioh  will thus be delayed for a time. This  had been done on the recommendation  of the oounoil at a previous meeting  la order to out the expenditure down  as low as possible.  The following "ivee the estimates  in  detail:  TEACHER'S SALARIES.���  Pretent ttaffof  publio sohool $12,975.00  Present ttaffof  high sohool         3,530.00  Two new teach  ers for publio  sohool                    700.00  ,  117,305.00  ..  1120.00  Truant officer      Secretary's salary   ...    300.00  Delegates' Expenses    ..    340.00  Teachers' supplies    !.    600.00  Sohool library grant ...... ...  ..      KO.00  Janitor's salary    ..   If   J.00  Janitor's supplies        ..     250.00  Building maintenance    ,.     100.00  ...    185.00  Medical Inspection    ...    600.00  Overdrawn on 1913 estimates  $34,360.00  frf.OO  Lett provincial grant, for  teachers'   salaries    124,335.00  8.233.00  ,   $16,093.00  EXTRAORDINARY EXEEN1HTURE.-  Furniture $160.00  Furniture for the  teachers' rooms  Piano    Grounds   Overdraft on the  sohool bldg.  100.00  130.00  600.00  500.00  $1,780.00  , Total    $17,873.00  These estimates were aocepted in a  formal resolution.  A further communication waa read  from tht sohool trustees on tht question ol the oomplaiat which had bean  made by tht oounoil at to the unruly  conduct oi oertain ol the scholars.  Tht letter pointed out that the oomplaiat had reoeivtd the attention ol  tha board, who appreciated tke gravity of the charges made, aad in order  that they might investigate the alleged mitoonduot oa tht part of these  oertain ohildren, requested the oounoil  to specify tht particular oases upon  whioh itt general Oharge wat band.  On tht receipt ol that information the  board would endeavor to punish the  offenders and take suoh tttpt at might  bt aeoessary to prevent a recurrence of  tht cOtnoc.  Alderman Taylot who had tint  tpoktn on the subject laid he ooold  not give the names ol the offenders at  tht ohildren they had molested did  not know their names. '  Mayor Jones suggested that the parents of the ohildren molested should  on any suoh oooasion go with the  children to the publio school and have  the offenders identified.  The oity clerk submitted a result .of  tht poll taken on the two money bylaws to raise money lor water and  light extensions. Forty votas had been  neat in favor ol eaoh by-law, there being no votet against or any spoiled  ballott.  Mayor Jones commented -upon this  result, whloh he thought was tame-  thin" whloh had not haptsened before.  . A resolution was theirefore pasted  that By-laws 168 and 154. be reoonaid-  ered and finally passed.  lioenoe and Police Commissioners  Appointed.,  A letter was reserved. Irom the Deputy Provincial Secretary announcing  the appointment ol Alderman W. 0.  Duggan and Mr. W. % Btaeoa. to tht  Board ol Lioenoe Commissioners, and  Alderman R. A. Copeland and ��� Mr.  Frank .Auckland to be Police Comioia-  sioners. -  The aotion of the Light Committee  in ordering a oar of cedar poles bom  Messrs. Embray rSt.Hawley ol Enderby  at 13.50 per pole, l.o.b. Enderby wat  confirmed.      .  The ohiel constable Submitted He report, ior the month el February. The  report, showed 11 cases brought before  the police magistrate. The first was  a case of three boys who had broken  into Messrs. Sterling As Pitoairn'B ware  house. They were sentenced to 12  strokes ol the birch each.. There was  one' oase of cruelty to animals, one of  discharging firearms within tht oity,  one drunk, and four contravention ol  the motor traffic regulations aot. There  was also the oase of Alex Purvis, a  young fellow, well-known around town  as driver of an automobile for hire,  who was summoned for neglecting to  support his wile, to whom he. was  married some months ago. - He was  ordered to pay $12.00 per week lor  her maintenance.  The Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., wrote asking for an option on  the new issue of $10,000 6 per tent.,  light and water debentures at 96. This  was referred to the finance committee.  Further correspondence was read on  the matter of the Beldo-Canadian Co.'s  hydro-eleotric scheme. The engineers  who had been investigating the matter for the Belgo Canadian Co., Messrs. DuCane, Duteher k Co., of Vancouver wrote stating that the company might not undertake the construction of the proposed plant, but  that it had been suggested that the  oity do so, and to this end it was  proposed that a representative of the  firm ol engineers meet the oounoil and  the manager of the company at an  early date to discuss the scheme.  The letter was laid upon the table  pending the return ol the absent members of the Light and Water oommittee  A telegram was read from Meters.  Wolverton k Co., completing the purchase of $109,000 of the oity't ��� five  per oent., debentures at a prioe .oi 84  and accrued interest. By thia sale  tha oity hat now disposed of ell. ihe  debenture! on hand, some oi whioh  ������ have been unsold for a ooattderable  time.  A copy of ah agreement with Mr. A.  R. Davy, covering the city scavenging  work for the year waa brought before  the oounoil for signature. Mayor Jones  pointed' out that there had been n  slight amendment introduced sinee the  original draft. Thit made the $3,000  per year at pretent paid the minimum,  and based tbe remuneration upon the  number of services, so that an increase  in the number ol services would bring  increased remuneration. No objection  being raised to this, the signature ol  the, document was authorized by a resolution. -  Alderman Copeland drew attention  to the flooded, condition of the northeast portion of the oity, due to .It (linage of water from the Glenmore dis  trict. The trouble seemed to be dun  to a defective culvert, which failed to'  carry the water, but allowed it to  spread over the flat. It was decided to  oall .the attention of the (rovernmenl  road foreman, and see if the matter  could not be remedied.  Rutland News  (tram our owe Correspondent.)  The long delayed opening of the new  school is at last an accomplished fact.  The permit was received on Saturday',  and on Monday the Trustees, assisted  by several willing workers, put the  teats together, and arranged theolass  rooms, ready for occupation, and on  Tuesday, March 10th the teaohers snd  scholars raised their united volcea in  thankfulness, and express themselves  as highly delighted with tho most  agreeable change.  The trustees would like to reoetve  offers lor the qaretaking, from any  ratepayer who would like to attend to  the cleaning oi the new school, Any  ol the trustees. Messrs. Elder. Gray  or Barber will be able to give an ides  ol tht duties.  Mr. and Mrt. N. Burrows leave today for Vanoouver, and Mr. P. Fits-  patrlok has already taken possession  ol the Burrows orchard.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell gave an  enjoyable evening's entertainment to  some of their    numerous friends on  Friday last.  Mr. E. Weddell has been appointed  polioe magistrate, in succession to Dr.  Boytt wbav resigned.  11  WOMAN POLITICIAN CASTING HEB FIRST   VOTE \  Miss Marion Drake, candidate for alderman on the Progressive ticket,  casting her vote in the first party primaries at which women had the right  and privilege to vote in Chicago. Miss Drake was . unopposed. One woman  voter in commenting on her first experience in casting her ballot said that  when she left the booth she had her ticket grasped firmly at. one'end, while  the remainder (about one yard) dangled towards the floor. As she approach  ed the ballot box and eyed the smallopening, she could, not for the life of  her figure out; how she was going to deposit that dreadfully long thing  in that tiny box. She said that herexpression must have confessed her inexperience, because the first thing she knew a "mere man" in the voting  place had taken possession of her ticket, folded - it in the conventional manner, and then showed her how to deposits it in the box.  Returning 70 Per Cent.  of Local Charges  SUMMERLAND FRUIT UNION'  CLOSES UP YEAR'S BUSINESS  For some time the office staff and  auditor of the Summerland Fruit  Union have beon busy closing up the  year*B bus;n,'sj en ' "UT. j state  ment to be presented to the annual  meeting. It is reported' that this  statement will be such as to give the  shareholders much satisfaction. The  directors, after reviewing the work ol  the season, which has resulted in a  substantial profit, have decided to  refund the growers .the handsome proportion oi 70 per oent,, of thu looal  charges. TWb, coming on the top of  the news of the refund of 50 per cent.,  from the Central must indeed be gratifying to all interested iri the success of  co-operation, and definitely establish  the movement in the Okanagan.���Sum-.  merland Review;  Another Soccessful  Bank Robber}  GUNMEN HOLD UP ROYAL BANK  AT ABBOTTSFORD  GOODS FOR PALE  FURNITURE FOR SALE.-Furnituro  of five rooms to sell privately, all  new. Apply J. J. Daly, Campbell  Cottage, Abbott Street 16-18  FOR SALE.���A lew pure liredlvhite  Orpington Cockerels, cheap. Apply  Mrs. S. T.   Elliott. Pendozl St. 16tf.  FOR SALE.���White Orpington settings  $1.50 nnd $3.00. Stock won 4 firsts  and 3 seconds at last Kclowna Bhow.  T, Ryall, P.O. Bos. 196     *     16-18p  FOR .SALE.-Team 4-year-old oolts.  (1400 lbs. each),' newly broke. Three  gentle heifers two years old, two in  calf,, one recently oalvod. Apply A.  Gordon, Kelowna. 16-17p  FOR SALE.-Young heavy team, alto  several light horsoH, suitable for  riding and driving, Apply Guisaohan  Farm. Phonj 1701. 16-18p  A highly sensational robbery at the  Abbotsford branch of the Royal Beak  of Canada oocurred shortly before  noon Tuesday, the loot amounting to  about $2,000. Five roughly dressed  men, two of whom are believed to  have been Italians, entered the bank,  armed with automatic pistols, snd  commanded three customers who were  in the bank to throw up their hands,  and at the same time fired a fusilade  of shots in the air to intimidate the  bunk officialt. Tares ol the bandits got  a drop on the cashier and two clerks  and lined them up while another proceeded to gather up all the available  cash while a fifth man guarded the  door. Mr. S. De Sforley, the manager  who was out at the time, 'was attracted by the shots, and entering by  the rear door ran plump into one of  the robbers who lined Hr. De Morley  tip too. The robbers, searched all the  drawers, placed the money they found  in a couple 'of small sacks they had  carried which wore filled to overflowing)  I threatening the bank officials with  death if they moved for ten minutes,  the robbers got away, shooting aa  they ran down the Great Northern  traoks toward New West minster. A  telephone alarm was immediately giv-  and before the robbers were out  ol sight a squad was formed and began a rapid pursuit. For about a  mile an exciting pistol, rifle and shot  gun duel ensued between pursuers aad,  pursued, both taking advantage ol  every cover possible.  The Vanoouver polioe wen also summoned and joined in the pursuit.  FOR SALE.-One bull oalf and five  young plge. A--'-- G. Whitaker, B.R.  No. 1. Ellison district, Kelowna. ' x  FOR SALE.-Player Piano '88 note,  very best,make. Will sacrifioe for  immediate cash. Apply Box 629, Kelowna, B. C. lS-Hp  FOB SALE.- Fresh milk oow.  Apply  J. % Gather. Phone 2204. lo-n  FOR SALE OB RENT.-New, modern  Bungalow on Glenn Ave. Apply P.O.  Box tit or on premises.       lS-lTp.  FOB SALE.���Dry oord wood, pine and  Hr, guaranteed dry. $3.50 psr rick  delivered P. 0. Box 449. 'Phone  2906. 311.  FOR SALE���Fifty tons ol Oat and  wheat hay, first olasa. Also, few tons  second-out hay. Apply R. J. Lund,  Benvoulin. l��tl.  BOWLING   ALLEY FOR KELOWNA  Mr. Robert Duncan, manager of the  Opera House and Dreamland ' theatre  has decided to convert the Utter htto  a bowling alley and has plaoed a rush  order with the well known Brunswick  Balke Co to. a firat olasa outfit.  Three No. 1 continuous alleys, tht  beat that can be obtained will be installed aa toon as the material can  be turned out by the company's Toronto factory and shipped to Kelowna.  Mr. H. If. Arnold, who has installed  praotioally all the bowling alleys m  B. C. as well as all along the Paeifio  ooast as tar south as San Francisco  will instal' the plant oa its arrival  here whioh is expected within a' few  weeks.  The building is being thoroughly  overhauled and will be fitted suitably  (or tht atw plast.  Sunday School Conveo  at Armstrong  MANY DELEGATES ATTEND FROM  KELOWNA CHURCHES  The tenth, annual convention oi the  Okanagan Valley Sunday Sohool Association was held thit week at Armstrong. There was a large mutter of  delegates from the various towns and  cities in the valley, about 75 registering, among these being a good number from Kelowna. The convention  wat favored with ideal weather and  the oity of Armstrong presented a busy  appearance during the two days on  whioh the meetings were held. Among  the speakers were Revs. J. C. Switser,  of the Kelowna Methodist church and  Rev. D. J. Welsh, Baptist churoh, both  of this city, all the addresses were ol  a practical nature.  Tuesday afternoon was given over  to the children, who, to the number  of 350 paraded the streets to the  strains of the city band. At the conclusion of the mareh, a meeting was  held in the Presbyterian churoh, whioh  was parked with the children and other friends, so that when the delegates  appeared on the scene there was little  room for them. 'Bhe meeting was in  charge of Rev. I. W. Williamson, sec-  rotary of the provincial Sunday Sohool  Union, After a lew words to the children on how to sing, he called on Miss  Spencer to talk to them. This lady  is an entertaining speaker, and aashe  told a stor- on the teat ''Sell conceit  leads to serf destruction," illustrating her remarks with Aesop's story  ol the frog and tht ox she held the  rapt attention of the children. After  another address by Mr. Williamson on  the story of David and Goliath, Miss  Spencer related the story of how a  boy, Hans ol Harlem, Holland, saved  the lowlying country by finding a  leak in the dyke, putting first his  finger end then his arm into the hole  as it grew larger until help came  along. At the instigation of Mr.  Williamson the children gave three  cheers for the boy hero of Harlem.  After dinner had been served in the  Methodist church, the evening meeting  was held in the opera house, whioh  waa packed with over 500 delegates  and friends. The meeting started  with a song service, led by a choir,  and during an interval Bev. I. W. Williamson, who presided, spoke ol the  services ol the city band that afternoon in leading the children's parade,  and expressed, on behalf of those present at the subsequent meeting, their  gratitude to the band.  After devotional services led by Bev.  B. G. Stewart of Armstrong, Mr. H.  A. Fraser, Bs chairman of the convention took charge of the meeting, and  called on Mayor Wright of Armstrong  who on behalf ol the city extended a  hearty welcome to the delegates, rhat  was the first Sunday school convention  he said that had been hold in the city  of Armstrong since they had assumed  the dignity. He did not know of any  convention that he would more readily!  welcome than that one. That was because ol the fact that the Sunday  sohool' work was to closely connected  with that of the public school! in  which he took a deep interest. He  expressed his regret that the conven-  (Oontlaaea on Fan a.)  0 '  GROWERS SHOULD BE COMPELLED  TO SPBAY  At a directors' meeting of the Fanners' Institute held last Saturday afternoon a resolution was forwarded to  the government urging them to tike  atepa to enforce the regulations  gerdjbg the spraying of orchards, making R obligatory upon all owners ol  orchard! to tte that their treat were  properly sprayed to keep down ineeot  putt and diteases. It waa felt that  to allow two or three persons in  district to neglect these precaution,  constituted a danger and injustice to  the more careful growers, and in a  gnat measure rendered their spraying  ol little value. Tho proposal' to establish a weekly market in Kelowna waa  also discussed, but .was Ml for consideration at a subsequent meeting,  when a scheme would he prepared to  submit to the city counoil,  ���-. o���������  Sir George William Hots, aged 68,  senator and formerly premier ol Ontario, died on Saturday, alter, an Illness which overtook him eeveral weeks  ago and hat been lying in a slate ol  coma ever since. Sir George recovered consciousness for a short time F>i  day afternoon, however, but afterward  sank rapidly.  Market MIhhis  OfliSlu^Sflfl  MARKET COMMISSION SPEAKS OF  DIFFICULTIES FACING SHiP-  PING  ORGANIZATIONS  Nixed Fvniiti Advteited  FARMERS INSTITUTE LECTURERS  TALK ON DAIRYING AND  POULTBY  The series of lectures held yesterday  at Rutland and Ellison in connection  with the Farmers' Institute were well  attended, though perhaps not so well  as they should have been, considering  the importance of the subjects dealt  with, A noteworthy feature ot the  program was the emphasis mid upon  the need of the valley lor more mixed  farming methods, dairying, stock and  poultry raising figuring largely in the  addresses given. The practical information given,by Mr. Wm. Sohulmerieh  himself a successful breeder of registered Jerseys at Hillsboro, Oregon, and  by Mr. T. A. F. Wianoko, the dairy  instructor, under the department of  agriculture, was well appreciated. Mr.  L. Hilborn, of Summerland, gave  some valuable pointers upon the growing oi tomatoes early enough to catch  the profitable market, and Mr. H. E.  Upton, government poultry expert  gave a timely address on "Incubation"  An important lecture dealing with cover crops in orchards, and strongly recommending the growing of alfalfa la-  stead of the present soil-impoverishing  method of oleaa cultivation was given  by Mr. P. S. Darlington, B. Sc, chief  horticurist, Wenatckee.  We have been unable to get reports  of these lectures in time, for this week's  issue, but will be dealt with next week.  There was a large gathering in the  ElKson school house yesterday afternoon when Mr. H. E. Tipton gave an  interesting talk supplemented by a  practical demonstration on the killing  and plucking ol chickens and preparing  them lor market. Mr. Upton urged  the great importance of teeing that  poultry intended for the table reached  the consumer in a neat and attractive  condition and strongly, condemned the  slacksees which was so often ."arent  in this connection. Hia exposition of  the best methods of killing by bleeding and by dislocation of tht neck  alto tha principles of plucking, etc.  were followed with dose attention.  LAST YEAR'S FRUIT MARKETS  Mr. J. Fonythe Smith, Market Commissioner under the Horticultural  Branch of tht Department, oi Agrioulture, spoke at Ellison in the afternoon  and Rutland in the evening on "Fruit  Markets ol 1913," and gave an interesting account ol the problems and  difficulties whioh the B. C. .grower has  to overcome in placing his product be  fore the prairie oonaumsr.  Mr. Smith prefaced Us remarks with  a resume of the duties involved in th*  position ol Market Commissioner. He  had to visit the prairies and keep in  dote touch with the conditions affecting the tale ol fruit, and the prices  realised, both wholesale and retail, the  condition of trait on its arrival at the  various points to which H was consigned, and the ���Mind testing of the  trade towards B. fl., and their competitor, across tha line. To assist  in this work 1st had correspond-  at all distributing centres who  in weekly lettergram, giving the  lateet oondittoae at their points. Tke  information bhus gathered wat worked  up into a report whloh went eaoh Saturday afternooi to tha headquarters  of the B. 0. Fruitgrowers Association,  and issued from 'thero in the form ol  a bulletin which ahould be in the hands  of tho memberti not later than Monday  The Market Commies! oner has alto  to make regular vlritt to the' fruit  dietrioti on the other side, took at  Yakima, Waaateaee etc., with the object oi ttouriag eetimales ol crops,  probable prion, aad enquiring into tbe  working and general Nsfficitney of the  various competitive marketing organisations. Thle information wet lt-  oured by interviewing large numbers ol  managers ol ehlpping organisation",  horticulturists, aad growers. The fact  that ttte American eeeaon it muoh ear- -  lier than oun makes the information  all the more valuable to at.  In ihe Commlttioner's annual' (report  thit year will be table* showing the  oott of produce on the cither tide ot  the lme, fruit eontuatptioa data, reforest ol returns by various 'fruit mar-  orgetdsaWrats, freight aad   ox  '��� fvnawatti sa Am 11 _^_���~_^  '   ,���> "'>'."���;!      "  ; ''l^ttjuwajwnjgyg. I,,.i. ' . v!,li,'��. -     . TH ���  .V^'^Waf^jlJ/JBpipj^  ^^Wt!PR?WPts  ���� m *������.�� ����� ��,���� aa 'ee ,e�� e��  ��   ?*OFESSION��X AW)  �����       BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Block   ���"* Kelotcna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewotson Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey. B.A.. Sc, C.E.. D.L.S.. B.C.L.S..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  "SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  f Muaic nd lately  irg.nilt of nt.  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal College   of   Muii  with Kendndc Pyne, Mutt. Doc., pi  Cathedral, Man cheater, Er  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muaic ol every description supplied.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  Thou, -tt  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  givea Icon, in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  tlte  French Lessons  Converaational or otherwise  STUDIO���Morriaon-Thompaon Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plana and Specification! Prepared  and estimatet given (or publicBuild-  iitgt,Town and Country Retidencet  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. McCill Uni.ereity)  Retidence :  GLENN AVENUE  Mtmyes  may  be  left  at  the  office  of  Meter*. Rettcnbury At Williemi  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A. R.C.O.  (Auociatr Rota) College el Ori-nift.  London, EngUnd)  Organist  of  St. Michael  At  All Angcli'  Church, receives Pupils for  Oraart, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  ���t his own or pupils' residence.  Special attention to children  KELOlftZNK RECORD  Pabliebad every Thursday at  British ColtuabU  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor tod Proprietor  kscobo  Subecrrption Bate*  SlJt)  tar test:   7to.. sis   awttl  tatM to esala aoVUtioaal.  id aatitiltMtaa garable ia aavaaot.  Doited  Advertising Bates:  LODfJB MOTIdS, PBOFB98I0NAL CARDS,  ar waak.  day.. U:  SO i  , U eaata par column task t  Ota> TUOB NOTIORB-SO  WATOI N0TlCJ��-��t lor tlv. iaaerUou.  I.BQAL ADVBRTlSUIQ-JHrrt   iuarUoa.    18  Maria tat mn aaat .rtbamt.nl laattttoa. t  CLASSIFIED AOVOTMEMSNTS-l omtt M  word Ural lanrllaa. 1 oral tar word en.-.  ���ubawu.nl lassrttoa.  DISPLAY ADVKBTI8��MINTS-Two imhr.  and andaT.H ��aU tat took lirat inaertion  ���nt two Vaatas a* aaate tat Ink test la  aartioa: 10 enta par inch   nek .aba.utl.nt  AU oaaatsa ta soalrtol advertlaemrnt. oiual  be la Sa kaad. af die priatar by TomuVu  .vatiac to aaaur. ptbliwtlea la tha neit  leant,  Subaotiksr. at  tb. nayUr rata ou    ban  ;lra papari  Mailed to frUada at a diatiuic.  at HAtFBATB.  La.. Tt oenta oar Tear.  Thia epaolal   pdvllen la   mated lor    tb.  purtoao ol adnrtiaiat tha city and district.  MARKET CONDITIONS IN 1913  IContinuad (rom Fan 1.)  press rats tables, American grading  rules, and much other valuable information gathered during the year.  THE APPLE SITUATION  Coming to the real subject of  P.O. Box Ml. Telephone 120  Address Abbot! Street   . 3-6  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG GO.  Chin... Merchant, and Employment Office  Contract, of .very kind undertaken  Satiatoctory work aa.ranlecd  a^^&E*-.       W  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA     :     B.C.  uddreas, Mr. Smith gave a brief review of the conditions affeotivg the  apple market last year, more particularly on the prairies.  There was a general condition of  shortage in the crop of 1913, which  should have resulted in muoh better  prices titan in 1912. The competition  ol the American "C" grade apples,  however, was an unfortunate faotoi  in b��mrrMiri��g down the prices. The  American "0" grade waa a very indefinite grade, including aU merchantable  apnles not included in tht "Extra  Fancy" and "Fancy" grades. There  were no color requirement.. Tbe North  i'aciivc Fruit Distributors, however, ths  greet distributing agency, which is to  the states of Washington, Oregon, Hod  tana and Idaho what the Okanagan  United Growera is to thu Okanagan  valley, fir the grade size limit at 181.  Ths apples must be Iree irom insect  pests, worms, worm holes, infectious  disease!, akin punctures, and bruises.  The organizations aim to make "C" a  medium grade sound apple ol (air  size, and while permitting slight.blemishes, bar any really serious injury.  There era, however, some discrepancies  between rules end actual .pack, a great  deal depending upon ths season.     In  1912 a car oi "C" grade apples might  have contained a lair proportion of  applet grading No. 1, aa in that year  of large pre .otion the general tendency Was to raise the standard.    In  1913 many of the "C's" were wormy  and inferior and not even good No. S.  Still the country retailers.and farmers  bought them on the reputation of  1019.  Speaking gram-ally, said ' Mr. Smith,  there was a much larger demand on  the prairies for a medium erode apple  than lor the highest grade. He woukl  strongly recommend raising' the grado  of No. 2 to meet 85 per cent., of  the demand lor applet undoubtedly  superior to the "C" grade, while the  "rade of No. 1 should also bt raised  to supply ths remaining IK per oent.,  of the demand with the very lines',  fruit wt could produoe, and also fo-  export'purposat. ���  No effort, ahould be spared to sxtflml  tht export market and alto to tester  the demand at city centres lor high-  grade fruit. Ia this respect eur con -  petitors had the advantage over ut  in that they had a boms market fo-  fanoy fruit comprising 3 cities of ove-  a million, 28 ol over 300,000, SO et  over 100,000 and 65 of over 80,000.  Their best fruit was sold in those mai ���  kets, whfje they regarded their W ���  states of North end South Dakota anl  our rrtirio provinces as outlets l<-  tht lower or "C" grade of applet.  Unfortunately our No. 1 fruit had tti' t  to compete to a considerable extent  with thit low grade stuff.  Speaking ol peaehes, he said   thess>  were under a severe handicap by    tb  lateness ol the aetton. Our Crawford' >;  and Elbertas were not on ths market  much before the middle ol Septembc-,  while the American preserving peach r  largely supplied the north-west demand  before these    appeared.     Cling stonr  and white Beth peaches were pnrticu  larly unpopular with the trade on tit.-  prairie, some dealers refusing to handle them at all.    It would stem therefore that better price results    might  be obtained by endeavoring to reach  ths retailer direct with express   ship*  menu of specially tree ripened  peachee, which might bt told ta dessert fruit. Some Summerland Alexon  dert specially ripened and .shipped bj  express laat year called forth enthusiastic , appreciation from tke prairie re  tailors, and when it is coeeSoersd that  competing Yakima peaches must bs  picked green enough to stand six or  seven days transit, one realised the  possible advantage to B, C. peaches  i whloh oould be placed on the Calgary  market within 24 hours by express. It  seemed likely too that next year ths  less than car lot express rate, which  now varied from $3.40 to {2.00 pet  100 pounds, would be reduced to a  flat rate of $2.10. This would bring  the cost of laying down specially rip  ened peaches to 2 cents lets than the  combined duty, freight and icing entailed in laying down Yekima peaohes  and the extra quality secured should  bo oi considerable value.  ADVERTISING THE APPLE  Tbe Commissioner proceeded to give  details oi the apple publicity  campaign, conducted by various American organizations, tbe International  Apple Shipper's Association, the Northern Pacific Fruit Distributors, and  tba North - Western Fruit Exchange  each spending several' thousand dollars upon an advertising campaign,  concentrated upon the "Skaokum"  brand of specially selected apples. Hs  emphasized the importance of distinct  brand "oVerUsing, and backing up the  claims of the advertisement with the  quality of the goods.  Following closely the plan of the  California Fruit Growers' Exchange,  the B. C. government had run an ad  vertisuuicnt ia fifteen leading Alberta  papers with the object ot keeping B.  C. fruit and its claims before the consumer, and to influenof the retarding  of the fruit preserving Benson. This  policy would. probably bo continued  during the coming year and with it  there would be an organized effort to,  secure publicity by providing, interviews on fruit subjects, and special  articles dealing with the excellence of  B. ('. (limit's, the host season ior eating the different varieties, etc.  The Commissioner also recommended  that an "Apple Display" oar be attached to the Alberta mixed farming  special train which will tour throughout the province at the end oi October  or the beginning oi November. This  would exhibit our products to practically all the towns in Alberta and he  believed that the novelty of the idea  would moke the Alberta government  quite ready to cooperate in this  matter.  Mr. Smith alto urged strongly that  the government advertising be supplemented by individual organizations  advertising specially concentrating upon a distinct brand. He spoke of the  success of the Yakima Valley Fruitgrowers' Association, whose "Blue"  end '"lied Y" brands first used in 1912  were already widely known on the  prairies for reliability and quality.  Hr. Smith went on to 'give an account of the various farmers' organie  ations on the prairie, and the machinery already existing in these whioh  might bo made use ol for on Interchange of produce between our fruit  glowers and the grain growers. These  organizations already supplisd their  members with lumber, flour, coal, etc.,  and last year entered into aa arxasige-  ment with the Ontario apple growers  to supply applet. The head organization had expressed their willingneet to  handle B. C. apples, making a handling charge ol 10 oents per barrel or  3 1-3 cents per box. Tht speaker urged  that il anything was done along these  lines nn aggressive campaign be organized to place our proposition Before the farmers, as in any such arrangement we had to meet the competition ol the Ontario growsrs. He recommended also that salesmen make  an energetic canvass of tho territory,  oarrying samples as other travellers  do. This plan was actually carried  out with marked success last year by  Spokane growert.  He dealt also with the Nash Bret.,  organization ol Iruit wholesalers, who  had 90 house* in tht Dakota! and  Minnesota, and 22 in Canada, explaining their system of handling fruit,  their attitude toward B. 0., and making it clear that thty posteseetl undoubtedly the most effective fruit  distributing machinery an the rrrairiet.  He said they were business men, looking after their own intcreite at distinct from ours, and not likely to let  ��Kp any business opportunity chit to  tne strength ot their position on "tht  prairies. But In spite of thit he did  not think It wat impossible for B. 0.  farmers at producers and lor them at  selling txpertt to cents to aa understanding on the. basit ol mutual advantage and mutual service.  In conclusion hs stated that then  were all indications of a large stop  next season, aad conditions of iruit  tupply that would tax tkt market organizations to the fullest extent. True  rme of the main factors of the unfortunate condition oi 1019 would be  absent, namely, tho existence of a  number of weak American fruit handling organizations, as most of  had now been taken under tht  of the Northern Pacific Attoviatlom.  At tht tamt Una aa Idea of tht aanV  LOCAL AUTOMOBO/i CLUB  PROPOSED  A number of local automobile own-  era, believing that tht. time hat come  whin it is desirable to form an auto-.  mobile club in Kelwoas, have mads  arrangements for a publio meeting ol  all interested' to bt held in the Board  ol Trade rooms tomorrow (Friday)  evening at 8 o'olock. The proposal te  form such a club has often been made  before, but hat never advanced beyond  the luggestion stage, and it ia expected that this week's meeting will see  the scheme assume definite shape.  The advantage to be gained by automobile owners in thus associating  themselves together ia a club are pretty generally realized, but the following  summary pi "objects" culled from tht  booklet of tbe Vanoouver Automobile  Club may help to throw tome light  on the matter:  (A) To promote ocquaintanos, consultation, assistance and association  among the owners ol automobiles and  those taking an interstt, in the tame.  (B) To promote, encourage and assist in all ways the construction, main  tenancu and marking of good roads,  and the improvement of existing roads,  and to prepare, secure, compile and  publish information in regard thereto.  (C) To supervise and promote just  and reasonable legislation on all matters pertaining to or affecting motoring and as to the safe and proper use  of public highways, to prevent nob-  less and careless driving thereon, to  aid in the enforcement of the above  mentioned laws, and to protect members against undue and unjust legal  aotion.  (I)) To maintain or assist in maintaining a club house, or club houses  or club rooms, and a club garage or  club garages, and generally to maintain a social) club devoted to auto-  mobiling, and tb do everything necessary, suitable or proper lor the accomplishment of any of the purposes oi  the furtherance of any ol the objects  herein .ot out.  (15) To ally ourselves with or to  enter into such arrangements at the  club may think proper or advisable  with any other club or association  that may in any way assist any or  all of I the above objects.  MEETING TO REORGANIZE  LOCAL LACROSSE CLUB  A meeting has been called for Wednesday night next at 8 o'olock in the  Dreamland Theatre for the purpose  of reorganizing the local lacrosst club.  It is hoped that there will be a good  attendance oi all intonated in the  game, al it ii desired to put the club  on a good basis for the coming year.  It might be mentioned that both Vernon and Armstrong expect to have  teams in the field, and there is every  prospect for a good league this year.  THlJRajUJf, MjVBOH 19, lit  Seeing is Relieving.  Do  not pass the  windows of this store without looking for the latest  grocery bargains.  Every week there is something new;  something you may need; offered  far below the usual price  Watch Our Windows  Some of the Special line! offered this week:  Canned Pineapple 20c  Large Tina  Old Dutch Cleanter, tin... 10c  Beit Japan Rice, 5-lbt 25c  Norwegian Sardinet.,2 for 25c  Orange Marmalade... 20c jar  Ceylon Tea, 3-lb. boxer....91  Auorted Sweet Biicuitt... 2 pkgt. 25c  THE STORE m  KELOWNA WINS RUGBY GAME  Kclowna wrested victory from a  team from the benchot on Saturday by  IB to 0. Lloyd kicked oS tor Kelowna at about 4 o'clock before a good  tired crowd ol spectators. Immediately the ball was heeled out to ths  halves and two tries in rapid succession were scored. Both wire splendid bouts oi passing. After this ths  game settled down into rather aa un-  interesting scramble. The forwards no  longer hseled the ball and far too  much talking was Indulged in by both  sides. Favell ran in right round with  a good trv and at half time Kelowna  was leading by fl points to nil.  In the second hall two more triss  were scored and il Kelowna had played  with mora doth ths score would have  been muoh larger,  Tht benches, considering their lack  of practice put up a very good game.  Birkett. Creese and tho Andertont being quite a big factor in'keeping the  score down. For Kelowna Hyland  played his usual sound game. The out-  ���ides wen all quitt omed but tht for;  wards .need a "rest deal ol practice as  some ol them have very little idea  ol when to and when not to heel.  Vernon have hen written to with regard to a fixture, but it appears that  their secretary is away in the old  country, to no nothing definite hit  been arranged.  SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONVENTION  AT ARMSTRONG  tOftttutaed Irom Fan 1.)  cuttltt before us, saptoially at far 'at  ���oft fruit wat concerned might be tem  Irani the fact that even ,last season ol  short rrtodnetlon Italian prunes   told  ta low   at 96 cents.   l*.h.,, Taanna.    _.- ,, -.  ���tti   thousands   of bexea of T3n��i.-ta��]tpector of the police force there  peaches sold as low as 3S orate, l.o.b.  Yakima.  Hr. Smith wai taartHy thteiiet fat  hie address whloh threw a good deal  ol light upon vital problem, whloh  are agitating tht mindt af the grow-  nt today.  In the evening Mr. Win. Sohulmerieh  tod Xr. T. A. V. Wltako repeated tht  lecture on "Hog and Cattle Baiatag,"  ond demonstration ot "Vint Dairy  Work" wWA had hem given at But-  land during tkt afternoon.  tioa had taken place at that time ol  tne year when thty had aot tht privilege ol taking them round aad entertaining them in some little measure,  and be hoped that when they return-  id to Armttr ong they BHght choose a  roora favorable eetton of tke year to  that thty could at that Una. He  hoped their ooavootsoa would bt a  tucosM Irom every tt.tnrlpciint and on  of the oitixens oi Armstrong  team itutoH and prosperity in  the great work thty are engaged ia,  (applets*1).  After Hr. A. K. Stilunea, ol Calgary had aunt "The Ninety and Niae"  Mayor Joass, ol Kelowna replied to  the weloems and eiprjesed hit pleasure  at the pnnnni oi Hr. Fortune oi  Endtrby, the honorary president oi Ike  convention who had been the ��� it Sunday school superintendent in the Okanagan valley. He thought they oould  easily ue, irom the membere thtre that  night that they meant to make the  convention go. They had goat then  to make a most successful convention  and thty meant businsaa.  After a solo by Mrt. Arnott of Armstrong Kev. J. 0. Stritatr of Ktiowna  ipoki on "The relation ol the' boos to  tkt Sunday aoVol." Tht Sunday  aohool, hi taid bad come to itt own.  Mm ol strength and leading oititeni of  thit oountry wire begianing to rtal-  ire tbe aatianal value of tkt Sunday  toheol and aa a coottqutnot they wart  showing thtmeelett deeply interested in  itt work. In Ut judgment tktrt wat  no orgaaiiatioa in tkt wnrld that  Was doing more to build up law-abiding cititant than the Sunday sohool.  Sometime aK�� he wot reading a rsport  ol the warden ol the state penitentiary  ol MieUgan who taid thty had 907  men and boye in that piece, 807 of  thete had never attended Sunday  sohool; 88 had attended irregularly.  Ths warden ol tht Centra] Prison, Toronto hod mado a statement that tke  tanw held trot in Canada end hit  ���tattroant was backed up by tht   ia-  .TmmmmmmmmmnnBBBBBBBmxK.   ?*  oould not but think that the Sunday  school did not do much lor tht jails  and prisons.   Tb* Sunday tthool ought  therefore to .be supported by    every  one in the nest interstte ol the oil isen-  hip oi the oountry.  Mr. HwKxer went on to speak of the  homo influence on tht child and urged  the reepootibility of the parent!     fa  helping tin Sunday sohool teacbert ta  their labors.   The horns was rttaoaal-  Uc   lor   the  success   of the Sunday  sohool.    The .home   wan ntpoaitbtt ol wrltlag.  ior the .moral and religious aduoatio  of the children. Parents waa rn  ponsible for the existence of the oki  dren in the world end what they ka  by heredity oome Irom the parenti  hence tht parent* were responsible fc  their mental and moral education. 11  parente had tho children at an ��f  when thty were most susceptible t  impressions and tht imprtttiont tki  were made in ohitdhood were the mm  lilting.' The quart ion aroee, if tl  retpontrbility lor tbe moral torn. |i <  the cbildrtn mated upon tbe home thi  the home waa responsible ior the Sui  day sohool, for that waa an organiii  tion mode by tbe homo to supplsmm  its work.    In answer to the qutttia  How could the home meet its oblig  tion to ths Sunday School; what mat  it do?'' Hr. Switttr taid. let the hoi  do iti work well: tht Sunday echo  bad often to do tbo work (bat tl  patent ahould have done in tkt horn  The speaker    urged belter eouippi  undey tohooii, tba hearty oo-onsr  tion ol tkt parents with tkt teeohtt  the sympathy oi tht parents ia Ii  work and personal ilnWuie with tl  children. Hi tpokt ol tkt homo' d  partment oi ths Sunday tobool, ai  urged the formation of suoh depaJ  meets, whioh had bam eo suoosssful:  other parti of tkt oountry. Tba oki  who bad one time been tbe Iowa  consideration oi the nations of tl  world wet now ths highest. ,  After more eingino by Mrs. Cuthbe  aad Hr. Finlay ol Armstrong,     H  Wimemion uve a routing addrtsi  whioh he spoke ol tht importance  tkt problem relating to boys In    tl  Sunday   sohool and of tke need  getting hold of them at thtrt wat tu  t lttkoge through that ohanoel.  An imprtnivs solo by Mr. Stillmi  "II vou oould toe the Lord Jstus be  tonioht" tad tkt Benediotion broug  the meeting to a ones.  The Presbyterian . church wtt w  filled on Wtdattday morning. Aft  eong service, led by Mr. Stillmon ai  devotional exorcists, led by Bev.  Dow, of Enderby, an addrtsi was gi  an, by Mrti McPherion, ol Enderby <  "Sabbath Sohool Methods." She urg  tho importance of toeoher training ai  pointed opt that teachers should kn  their work a" well a* a busitest mai  This   was followed by teaching  model lemon   on "The oall of Abi  ham" tho grade chosen being tbe jt  lor one.    Tho    delegates became jr.  ions in a olasa and were treated  suoh by Miss    Spsnoer, who gave  most    entertaining   lesson,    using  black board and Inviting her   class  answer questions.  The convention la proceeding at til  tt*""- ��'"���' THBBBfttVt, HAilCH W, J.fM  KBMJWSA  RECOSJD  mmmmm  of Dalgleish & Harding's Sale the "I Will" Man Specializes in Furniture for the last 3 days  Saturday Night sees the Curtain Fall  on the {Greatest Selling Campaign ever w^ged in Kelowna.     Share Before Too Late.  ���9E  Destroyer Prices Here  ������������ssssssatnaaannfasipnnn^  Lineoleumi (not the cheap oilcloths) SOc yd.  Japanete Matting 21c per yd.  $4.00 Rockers ..'. $2.25  $8.00 Rockera ) $Si9S  $25.00 China Clotett $17.73  $20.00 Deaka.. 1/. :.,...$1H0  $15.00 De.k.   .$11.45  $14.00 Den Chun  $19.80  $15.00 Library Tabic. $&�����  Everything on the Move  Office Furniture  Special Reduction, on all kind, of  Office Furniture. We have a large stock  to choose from.  J>rT    *   rn  frt\13>  The Crash Has Come  Th�� One Piig Thing of the year in.prices on Furniture, Carpett, Rugi.   We think we  are right in talking a Price Loaf Now    The stock must be reduced.  The Savingt are Biff.   See These on the Second Floor  Parlor Suites  On. only! Mahogany-Parlor Suite, upholstered  in Spanish Leather. Massive design. Would  be cheap at $155, for... '...:...'....jtt��.SQ  On. only Birch Mahogany Suite, upholstered  in leather. Reg. $75.00 for.;  $59.00  Office Furniture  Here again we can suit your pocket-book in  Dining-room Furniture whether you want a few  chairs and table or a complete suite. Our  prices stand comparison with the largest  furniture houtei in the West.  Quarter Oak Drews  In a variety of design*. All have th. beat  British Plat. Glaas Mirrors. An exceptional  opportunity to buy your Bedroom Furniture.  See our values at $26.50 aad $30.75, they  are world banters. We also have a large range  of Golden Oak, Mahogany, Fumed Oak, and  White Enamel Dressers to choose from.  Buffets  We have a. fine range, of Buffets to choose  from at prices to suit all purses. See our  special at $26.00. Then we have another  Quartered Oak.Fumed Finish, Colonial design  Regular $100.00. for $70.00  Goodbye Brass Beds  Reg. $35.00 brass beds for $29.50  Reg. $45.00 braaa beds for..!. $34.50  Reg. $65.00 brass beds for ��� $50.25  Enamel Bed* at Give-Away Prices  Regular $6.00 Bed for  $4.75  ..     $7.50 Bed for     5.85  ���    $12.00 Bedfor     8.10  ���    $13.50 Bed for    8.80  ���    $14.00 Bed for    9.00  ���     ..    $15.00 Bed for  10.40  Springs and Mattresses  all reduced in proportion. You spend  one-third of your life in bed, so be comfortable.  This Sale is a Business Proposition. Not a Gamble!  You Save Many Dollars by Buying Your Furniture NOW  Well, is Everybody Pleased?  asks the " I Will" Man, and everyone that has attended  this great unequalled money-saving sale will answer  without hesitation "YES." You wouldn't doubt it if  you saw the mixed expressions and exclamations of delight and surprise on the faces of those who came. They  expected Big Things because Evely never overstates, and  we promised much; but no one can realise the wonderful offerings here without seeing the qualities and the  .savings. Uf you were not here among them your chance  is NOW. There are wonderful savings to be made the  last 2 days of this sale. Friday and Saturday will see the  store thronged with people eager to make their money  travel further than ever before.  Be with the Crowds Friday and Saturday.  rSrSSfSS  Goods are Selling for Cost  aaaaamaammmmmmmmmmmmmm^  Get Your .Supplies NOW  PLEASE REMEMBER we stand behind the quality of every article. We offer you  only goods that are thoroughly reliable and dependable.   " Quality First" is our motto  WE KNOW that the pleasure and satisfaction of obtaining Furniture of quality will  remain with you long after price is forgotten. We are remaining in business and il  is to out interest to see that you are thoroughly satisfied with the quality of the goods  you purchase  Enamel beds, reg. $5, for ..$3.60  Mattress, reg. $4.50 3.55  100 Cocoa Mats  75c  150 Cocoa Mate ....$1.50  $1.00 Pillow* for 70c  $1.50 Pillows for $1.00  Ends of Lineoleums, Oilcloths and Lino*  at your own price  50c Roller blind* 35c  Brussells Floor Rugs, reg. $1.25 90c  Brussells Floor Rugs, reg. $1.75 $1.25  25c Curtain Rods  2 for 25c  Couches of all kinds running from  $10.00 regular, sale price....; $6.95  and to forth  Parlor Suites, Parlor Tables, Jardiniere  Stand*, all going at the same cut rates  UttrAxATSkrtx Qf/WAe onrl RonrrAO Sale still continues in the^ Hardware department. Greater values  nttrUWttIC, ftJlUVeS aiRl I\ailgC5*    t^never.   See our display of Stoves and Ranges at prices  that will make you discard the old one and buy a new up-to-date range in the place of it. You can save money appreciably  by buying your hardware now. Remember, the last day of Sale and Sale Prices is Saturday. We expect to see you all  before Saturday night.  Hardware and Furniture Men   -  " Evely," the " I WILL " MAN in charge  ding  KELOWNA  Tie Sate Ends  Saturday,  Mar. Itt  t  ��� .  i  ��� i ���*������*>  WM  KELOWNA  RECOBD  TH0JM��AT, JUHBH 19, 1*14  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for  Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year.  roots)  APPLES  Northern Spy Winesap Newtown Pippin  Mcintosh    Dclichus    Spitzenberg    Wealthy  Jonathan     King David    Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty Bartlett Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw       Italian Prunes  ���   i  CHERRIES  Olivette       English Morello  Our Stock has  Won  Its Own  Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES i  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Pruning & Spraying  We have a Large Stock of the  Leading Lines of Pruning Tools   and Spray Pumps ������  INCLUDING  Reiser Pruning Shears  Bishop      ���        Saws  Spray Pumps and Nozzles  Morrison-Thompson  Hardware Co., Ltd.  *^*^**>^*^r*^^***^*^r^^**^*S^^*,,i**S^SS*a*^^^  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Ltsrct Kelawas 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 ml, 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kslowaa 11 t.ra.  Leaves Wtttbuk 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES 1. CAMPBELL  ���Phona No. 106  >V^^V'^***W\'*k'-VStj��V^^>>WaW*aj*'W*W^^>VV%A'SSVi*  CONCRETE  WORK  I hare a complete plant if power  mixer, and all appliance (or concrete  construction of awry kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which I hare had many years'  experience.  All Kind* of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OfTICE; RESIDENCE  Clam.nl k Rita.' otic,  PHONE .104  'ttfef*  BBSS  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Last Friday a son wat bora to Hr.  and Mrs. George MoKenah.  .   a   a   a  Mra. J. W. Jonet returnsd yeeterdey  from tht ooast. .       "���  .   .   i   m  Dr. A. H. Huyoke left thit morning  for a visit to New York.   ���  ....  Evan Hunter left yesterday for Cal-  RMy.  . . ��� .  Mayor Jones -want up to Armstrong  this week to attend tht Sunday sohool  convention, returning yesterday.  e   e   a   e  Hr. H. H. Arnold of tht Brunswick  Balkt Co., Vancouver wat a visitor to  the city laat week sod.  a   a   e   e  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. S. OoHeU   ware  arrivals on Monday's boat on     their  return from the old oountry.  ....  Mrs. K. F. Oxley and son left on  Saturday for Vanoouver where they  will spend a months visit with relatives.  ....  A lneetim? of the Country Girl's  Hospital Aid will be held at Mrt. T.  Greene's,   the   Kectory, on Saturday,  March 13th, at 3 o'clock.  ��� .   a   .  Mr. U. H.  Rankin, representing  . the  financial firm of Wood, Grundy * Co.,  af    Toronto    was in town this week  looking over tho district and gathering  information.  a   .   e   a  The Farmers' Institute of CeUatt,  across the lake from Salmon Arm, are  asking for the installation of a wire-  leas telegraph system. ,  * ���  ���  ���  The sheriff's sale of the British North  American Tofjucco Co.'s property at  Benvoulin has now' been cancelled, a  liquidator having beon appointed    to  take over the affairs of the company.  ...   a  Tho pastor will conduct the Sabbath  services in the . Methodist ohuroh  aext  Sunday, speaking in ths morning   on  "Getting and Practicing Forgiveness,"  and   in the   evening an   "The Final  State of the Lost."  ...   a  The Woman's Auxiliary of St Hiah-  ael and All Angelt ohuroh will hold  their annual meeting on Friday, Maroh  120th at 3 p.m. in the Keller blook. A  full attendance of members it requested.  a   a   a   a  Saturday night seat tht close of Dalgleish k Harding's hardware and furniture sale. It behooves all who desire  to aave money on their hardware and  furniture purchases .to take advantage  Of this money saving event.  .    9    .     .  Mr. Leopold Hayes left lost Saturday  for a visit ta the old country. Mr.  Hayes will bs away about three  months, the trip combining business  with.pleasure. He was acoompanisd by  Mrs. Hayes and baby.  . * '.' ��� ���  The lasl day ol Dalgleish k Harding's great sals. Saturday. Takt advantage of the sals.  Mr. snd Mrs. W. Lloyd-Joust wtrt  amongst tht arrivals on yesterday's  boat, titer a visit ol several - months  back east.  a    .    .    .' .   .  Tht annual nutting oi the Kelowna  Poultry Association will bt held','uea-  dty avtning nasi, Marsh 17th at .. 8  p.m. ia tht Keller block, all poultry-  man are urgtd to attend to ensure tht  work of tha association being .oarritd  oa with renewed vigor.  ,.'���"',������������  Tht Political Equality League mstts  oa Thursday evening, March ltd. at  8 o'olock. at tba home of Mrt. SwsrA-  fagsr, U.P.B. wharf. Subject of dm-  suasion "Political Equality," to bt  opeaed by Hr. it. C. H. Matbia. Ail  intereattd art welcome.  . �����* a. *���.��'���- ,          ' Tha Okanagan Telephone Co., am  about to start construction on a asw  lias between Ktiowna and Okanagan  Mission, aad for thit purpose a gsng  of tun will be in town aaaty neat  weak. Tht company alto have atvexnt  other local extensions in view, including eeveral lines in tht Rutland 5 district.  . .  . .  The Women's Auxiliary of ths English ohuroh wilt hold than annual1 aw*  ing on Friday, March 30th. Corporate  Communion will be celebrated at 10JO.  This will be a thanks-giving service,  and it the first W. Al tervioa to bt  held ii [lie new ohuroh. A largo at-  tendanoeis hoped for. A businan  ing will bs held at 3.80 ia tht  room of tht Keller Blook.  BEV. AND MES. A. B. BEEKIE BID  FAREWELL TO KELOWNA  The ltev. A. B. Beekie and Mrs. Btt-  kie left the city on Tuesday morning  after being hen for tht past six  months. Mr. Beekie is a miasionary  in Bolivia, and has for several yean  labored there under tht auspiosa of tha  Baptist Miasionary .Society. Prior to  his return to his sphere of work lata  in the year he will visit the churches  in Alberta and Saskatchewan in the  interests of the society hs repretentt.  Mr. Beekie and his wife made many  friends in the city, and although bt  hat been on furlough Hr. Beekie I  been kept busy preaching in the  churches tlonrr the lake. Hit departure  will be much regretted by all.  f.;a^rtlglil  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phsne 135  ���**v-*^**i^*^**r*rv-^s*s%*^^  ��*+m***ia*m****?>a*V'm*m*a*****>a***m>*+^  JOHNSTON-STEPHEN HTJPTIAL*  On Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock at  the home of Hr. E. 0. Goodrich, Hr.  Richard Johnston, ont of the popular  clerks of the McKenzie Co. Ltd,, waa  married to Miss Isabelle S. Stephen,  who had arrived from Vanoouver en  the afternoon boat.  After tht ceremony at which Bev.  Alex Dunn officiated, the party ot some  half dozen friends sat down to a very  dainty supper, served by Mrt. Goodrich. Hr. and Mrs. Johnston have  moved into their new oottags on Wool'  ley avenue.  Ws join in wishing "Soottie" and hit  bridt long life and happiness.  'PHONE 4304  Street  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile oi town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it command, a beautiful view of the town, lake ead turrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miee the op.  portunity of .electing a few seres of this desirable  Tke Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA. HC.  T'OBHER POMCE OFFICER WHO GETS ANOTEBB CHANGE   FOB LIFE  A year acid a half ago tht oltisene of Greater Ntw York ware startled  one morning, by tht appearance of glaring headlines in tkt morning daiUst  nnriduncing that Herman Rosenthal, a gambler, bad been thot down la the  heart of tha community by tht ordsr oi Polioe Lieut. Chorlts Beoktr, bf  cauts Rosenthal had threatened to expott Becker's alleged graft collecting bu-  rnau. As a result of the murder, Gharlee Becker and four gunmen, who, it  was alleged, were employed by him to shoot Rosenthal, ware given a tpssdy  trial which ended in their convlotloB and oonflnemtot in tht death houtt  at Sing Sing prison.. During Ml confinement ��� hit wife worked faithfully to  obtain bit release. The above photograph shows Becker and hit wits. Mrs.  Becker's pleased expression only kail oapiett ha joy, because only t few  hours before thit photograph wat taken, tht was thtddng tears aver the  grave of Iter awtaer, whom tht   had Jss* bnrltd.  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now couipk-Ulv wiiiipped to supply all  yoar  lnirtl: r needs.  V'e have now n Inrcc stock of local aai coast  ROUGH ANDHNISHING LUMBER  i  i  of  hitrli  irrade  nTwIii v- mi'! in seltadld coaaltloa.  A complete lias of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Phono 184 P.O. Box 19  I A BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Etoauttt Funrtabed ta all Und. of hi  builmnge.  ��� a Specialty.  Reader.^, aad Modern  Interior Finishing, House Painting &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full anaef interior decoration* ��r*eu4s-of the 1^ tad ajatt <�����,  at-dats wall aaatinga.    Call end iaepset my Mean el WaUpetvera tad set sty  ., estimate ea your spring painaai tad ell  I palnttag and dteeraoag.  Gtyi H  THURSDAY, HABCH \i, 1914  m*mmwmmm%wimM*m*mimmmB!.  IA RBCOBD  J^.l f.etail������:��*M.l.a��t  Will F*��d it >n Page 8  CUCCESS in retailing depend, very largely upon the  If 'PP"���" of t��e .tore and tiie tyimm^m^mZ.  f the good, displayed.    How to get the mottp^t  ��!nj o ?l ev.Vp.^��� Mnf,f,��e "P0" W9^e*.- Oa page.  8 Md 9 the retniler't problem, �� dealt with ���peci&.y  OTIS-ffENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY  HI in and mail the coupon below umnt  Send .it NOW whilt    >?>*v JS\ ToaoMTo  you\���<he notion. >^^N-����V\ TORONTO  CANADA NOT BEADY FOB OLD AGE  ;    PENSIONS  Coupon "n-6i .������  Please tend me your Book.  ''um.miiiiiiiiii  If Its Made of Leather  , WE CAN REPAIR IT  1  See our itock of New and Second-Hand   Harnett.   Special Sanitary  Sweat  Padt and Back Pada.        They can be washed..  THOMUNSON  WATER STREET Harneaa Maker  Store adjoining the 25c atore  KELOWNA  That pttWio opinion ta"���nnada it not  yet ready for the introauction of a  system of old age pensions wat .the  declaration made in the Comment by  Hon. W.'T. White, minister of finance.  The declaration followed a debate on a  resolutioo introduced by Hr. George  Kyte of Biohmond,. N.S., advocating  the establishment of a federal old itge  pension system. Mr. White wild that  while his diepoaition was to favor any  proposal which wodld reeiiK in the  amelioration of the condition of ' the  old ami indigent, h�� was not satisfied <|  that the force of opinion book of the  proposal was sufficient to warrant government action at the present time.1 He I  thought that the resouroes of libel  Dominion would be required for tome  time to come in the providing Of  transportation facilities arid for Ithef'  completion of other national i  takings. He pointed to the fact that  the introduction of tbe old age pen  sion system in Great "Britain had  been preceded by many years of agitation and was backed by a  decided public opinion. "-'  ] MAKES PFPFKCT BREAD  BIGGEST LINEB LAUNCHED!  The .largest steamer ever built in a  British    shipyard    was      suooestfutly  launohed at Belfast    lest week.    Tbe  Brittanic,    intended for trana-Atlantic  service, had only just been laid   down  when the Titanic disaster occurred, amp)  as a result of that accident the plans  of the new liner were almost completely remodeled,   which accounts 'for her  long Stay on the stocks.   A   complete  inner   skin   extends    tb    considerable  height above the load line, the  vulnerable portion of the vessel,  the height and    number of the  heads have been increased.  WALKING ON WINGS  When tits Ug, tab aeroplane of the;|  future comet the pettengew will not  be required'to sit still in �� narrow  cabin, but may ttroll at will round  the wings of the .machine, jutt as they  ttroll on the deoke of an ooenn liner.  Incidents that teva occurred in ��� this  year's flirfits in many lands give sound  ground'for thia expectation.  To tht average spectator an aeroplane in flight appears to be to delicately balanced that any movement of  a .person from one .part of the titotlne  to another, and especially any shifting  of weight out of the winga, would  bring diatater. Late experiences show,  however, that it it no more difficult  for some kinds of aeroplanea to ad-  'jutt themselves constantly to shifting  vpry Iweights than to do the-ordinary ad-  'ijutting .from second to second, to  varying .wind currents. Many of the  records .mads lor passenger-carrying  were accomplished with passengers sitting* nout on .the .wings.  Tbe Grahame-White aerobus hat not  only flown with paaasngers en tht  wings, but with one passenger moving  out .along tho wings during flight. A  pilot of the Dunne aeroplane, whbh  has obtained wide notioe for its stability, has in the middle Of a flight  climbed out <6f his seat and wandered  back to the entrlne to adjust the spark  and out on -a wing to 'demonstrate his  confidence. Very similar feats -have  been performed with the Moreau    ma-  lOlt  and  bulk  RJvlATHIE  Ladies' and Gent's Tailor  Aganta fcr  Semi-Ready  Limited  New Season's  Goods  Are Now In  Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended to  Pendozi Street  Oppoaite Kelowna Furniture Co. KELOWNA  Amusements  "WE'HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  -Brick, Hallow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  -   104  first-class Fruit Lands  For Sale en the Hepburn FlaU  A large acreage Wfll be planted this spring with  standard varieties  AT THE PICTURES      :'     ,  Those who failed to see the Paul  Jtainey African Hunt pictures ,at the  Opera House last Monday onninly  imissed a rare treat. The piotuzet wore  unanimously oonoeded to bo exoaUant  in every respect. The photography  wae exceptionally good.  Some interesting pictures next weak  will, be the English Patfae Gazette on  Monday aad the Universal 'Weekly on  Thursday, .both very instructive topical pioturet.  "The Cowboy Magnet" < a western  film in two parte, featuring a cowboy.  'tBodeo" it a fine picture of frontier  life, and will be on the program on  Monday.  On Thuriday next a beautiful story  entitled "The Influenoe of Sympathy"  will be the feature. Florence Lawrence'  will be in the leading role. A story of  .the North West Mounted Polioe entitled "Blood Hounds of tha North,"  will be shown-at the Opera House next  Friday. Watch for thit ont. , Early in  April 'Manager 'Duncan hopes to show  Daniel Frohman't production of "in  the Bishop's Carriage" with little  Mary Piokford.  Though these proofs, have bean given  that movement round the wings is not  apparently dangerous an some machines, the tendency to stouter and  stouter .wings baa developed. "Many  aeroplanes ore now 'built with steel  framework for the wings; and thin  metal anrjaoee for the wings are not  considered absurd.  All aeroplane wings aro curved more  or lest, which of course will tonwwhat  hinder promenading; but thia will not  necessarily prevent it. Guild roils  would have to be provided round the  edges, of course; and this it abjection-  able,, for the wind reaiatanoo of cables  and struts on an aeroplane it out oi  all proportion to tht wind resistance  of wings and intloted bodies. Vet a  little additional power in the engines  will' take care of thit resistance. ��0,  attuning that big and tafa aeroplanes  j aro coming, it is not unreasonable to  expect that their wingt will not bt  forbidden ground to  Lots 'from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms :* One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure) water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot'  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  KELOWNA DRAMATIC SOCIETY'S  POPDUB CONGEST  Thursday, March aflth is one date  thit month that everybody ought to  make a note of.' Tba. Kelowna -Musical  and Dramatic Society, have decided to  give the people of Kelowna and dit-  triot a decided treat that night in tht  form of a popular oonotrt. 'Evan if  you have to make a special effort to  lie pretent on thisiooeasion, tat effort  will be well repaid at the eooiety will  certainly put on an entertainment that  will give absolute satiaiaction in every  respect. The list of vocalists inolndes  suoh popular artists as Mrr. A. L.  .Soansst, Mr. Pedlar and Mr. H.  Hurley. Some other attractive tea*  turet will be readings by Mrt. F. Armstrong, Piano tolo by Miss Hogarth,  and selection, by the string quartette.  The orehtttra under the:able leader  ship of Drurv Pryoet will reader a few  cholee nuatbsrt. Violin solos by Ifr.  Pryoe will complete a program that  for artistic merit and popularity would  be very 'hard to equal. Don't forget  the date and the tickets will be  sale at Crawford's store .in a fa*  dayi. m ^Lmm  FLOWERS THAT ABE NEVER DRY  How to live in an apartment house  with the least amount of labor and  with the greatest convenience and luxury it a problem that many people devote their time to tolviag; to new de-  vicet for simplifying life in the apartment house are appearing constantly.  Two recent ones are self-watering  flower boxes for the windows and self-  lighting lamps for tht closets. The  ilowtr-boxes . have a reservoir that,  feeds water to tht plants, nnd the  reservoir doet not inquire filling often;  to daily watering of ths plants it  unnecessary. The telf-lighting Joist  lampe are electric lights connected with  a switch operated by the clotet door,  to that whtn the door is opened tht  lamp in the closet lights up, and when  the door if dosed the current it thut  off.  225  rr-  j     HE DIDN'T KNOW  A farmer who (was .carrying aa   ex-  prees 1 package from �� ejty mall order  house, waa acoested by a local    merchant: "Why cUdnH you bay that bill  of geoda from me? t oould have saved  you (tie express and.besides you would  havt  been patronizing a home   store  whloh helps  pay   tha taxes and build'  up thit locality."    With characteristic  frtakntsa,    the   {farmer    asked: "Why  't you petroidie your home paper  advertiee, I> read it ,and     didn't  w you had 1|he goodt I have here,  did I .ever aa�� your, name in    the  Lpaper inviting One to come to    your  jftort." j  Seventeen soldiers of the Auttrlan  Emperor's Rifle Regiment were killed  by an avalanche, they were engaged  in manoeuvers on ths Ortler Mountain  in't*e'vllyrol.  LIMITED'  H.R.'H., the Duke of Connnughi  at last week re-eleoted Grand'Master  of the United Grand Lodge of English  ^st Mesons. Tht Uti Mayor of London, who propoted the motion paid a  hendaome tribute to His Boyal High-  "��� 'or the interest he had    always  i*MTJn *MpnTy *nd for ��<�� di,tV  *vfaned servieee to the army, and ..tha  T  B. 0. EXPOiRTS DOUBLED  Sinoe-the new tariff revisions brought  into effect last autumn by ths United  States government have been in operation, ,the exports, from British Colnm-  W�� have been doubled.  The City 0! Kaelo has decided .itj  purchase the lighting plant of the  Kootenay Eleotrio Company. A feature  entering largely into the question was  was the foot that, a water record  of 300 miners inchoa of, water, comprising about the entile flow of the river,  was held, by the oompeny. Thit y,will  now paen into the ponsetslon of ths  My. Tnnjtrioe to h)t |tald it 187,100.  Telej^bone  Coiimninication  may now be had "With  SUMMERLAND  over the Government's  Long Distance Line and  the New System of the  Summerland  Telephone Co., Ltd  NOW IN OPERATION  'air  SHERIFFS SALE  O. K. Lumber Co. et ale vs. B. N. A- Tobacco Co., Ltd'  The sale advertised to be held at  the Mission Ranch, on March 16,1914,;  is hereby CANCELLED.  WENT WORTH F. WOOD,  Sheriff.  CONCRETE PIPE  Now ia the time of year to forestall tbe     .  -  troubles Uom leaky flumes, wathed out  ditches and other old-fashioned irrigation methods, and   to decide what to  do about them.  CONCRETE PIPE IS THE ONE PERMANENT CURE  ���nd we will be only too glad to help you |o what it required. We make  pipe in all sizes) and for all pressure*, at very moderate prices, and we  will determine tha size you need snd  quote on it laid in place if you wish  B. P.1 LITTLE CONSTRUCTION CO.  Contracting Engineer*  Hewetson At Mantle Block  PHONE 26  MILK!    MILK!!    MILK!!!  THE A. L L DAIRY  A. LANCE      -       Proprietor  CREAM, BUTTER, EGQJ5. &c .  Special Cows for Infants  Two Deliveries Dally  TERMS CAS.H  Telephone  KELOWNA. B.C  For Loss of Hair  We will my lor wo* you ate if  ftexall "93" Hair Totts ���*����*  promote ths growth of; War >>���*���  In all our experienco .'��** hair  tonioa the one that haa done *"tjt to  ���rain our oonndeooe ia Reia *��� W,  Hair Tonic Ws have auoU ��*-  founded faith in it that we 'wat*  you to tr. it at our risk. Ifitxlgss  aot satiafy you ia eeery partic mm  we will pay for what you use tb **s  extent of a 30 day treaUnent.  If Rtxall "93" Hair Tonio <Vws  not remove dandruff, ralisve traw  irritation, atop the hair from faUin��  tad promote a new growth of hiir,  oome back to ua and aalr. us to retu rn  ths money you paid for-jit, and we w ill  promptly hand it baok to you. Yo u  don't un anythini, .vromise art)-  thins, hnni anythini 'sack, or in am'  wtyobUctteyoursslI. Isn't that fair!  Doesn't it stand to>��aaon that ws  would not main suoh a liberal often  did noji  if wa did not truly  BtxtU "93" Hair Tonio will do ���  wt daira for it ���that it will do a  tad more than any other remsdyr  Ws have evsrythttn there ia a demand for, and are able to Judge tho<  merit! of the thin��� we tell. Cus-  tomm tell u> of their >uooeaa. There  art more aaUsncd utera of .BetaO.  "BS" Hair Tonio than any aimilar  preparation we aell.  Start a treatment ot'ltnall "93"  Hair Tonio today.   If you _do, we  baUava you will thank at lor thia  advise.   Two liie bottle* SOc and II. .  You oan buy Rexnil "�������� Hair To ��'n  la this community only at ear atore:  P. B. WILLITS tt CO.     Bernard . We  W  ENGRAVING-       ���_  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES I  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST-SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to THE WORLD  ^rttfi "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  (IttlttS ,V0UR M.I.U5TRAT10NS  a- UTERALLY TALK   JtAJU^CtURED IN'wf.sr��SN CANADA  Pv!r.,CuiAND'DlB8U[N<;(ai  OO.'   WORlfc   K L p '  ��0E��ITS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  t>w jtSBB'  izall Store ta  "nited St.  ..re la a  Masdy for iw��rly every ordiurr bumsn  Btn1iatSSa^'^m,  ���Stini aty Atiartat'a Qrt  ��� it  BARRED ROCK EGGS  Setting, for Sale from 1st Prut Laying  jarrtir,        . - -  VM I" P  D. MACFARLA.NE, Cltaa Ave.  I5.���� KEWWNA   RSCORD  THOBSDAY, MARCH 13, 1914  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg sizes  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  Lime-Sulphur Spray  No Sludge  No Salt  No Impurities  23 CENTS PER GALLON  ���      F.o.b. Factory  Guaranteed 30�� Beaume Reading  NO CHARGE FOR BARREL  Order at once.   Our output it nearly  told, and time it short  Okanagan Spray Factory  MOON BROS.  Phone 249 Ellis St., Kelowna  Phoaa 2)7  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucatatora to the Morriaon-Thompaon Co.]  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of aU kinds.  Ofiae and Shop:  Coatae. Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  I  Richmond's Sale  Continues  Our Men's and Boys' Clothing is moving at  GIVE AWAY PRICES. Come and get your  share of the bargains.  Boots and Shoes  are going fast. It will pay you to lay in a stock I  at our prices. Solid Leather Shoes for muddy j  weather.  Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear.  We have some big bargains in this departmen t.  Coma and see them, the benefit will be youra.  Six Pound Weight Limit  Removed From  Parcel Post  The ultimate eleven-pound limit' of  weight lor the paroel post went into  effect lust week. Thus the restriction to  six pounds for eaoh paroel accepted  during tlu, montha of February, March  and April has been removed.  The order that has gone forth from  the post olfice department, also eliminates ihe additional fee of five cents to  be prepaid by postage utamps on each  parcel mailed for local delivery iu  places where the latter currier system  is in operation. However, the insurance  of parcala does not become operative  until May first, as at first set forth,  and in the meantime packets for the  parcel post may merely be registered.  Although the increase in the use oi  the parcel post has been continuous  abd steady since its inauguration on  February 10th last, the rush on the  moila was not by any means aa great  as might have been expected. Since  the fuU weight is being accepted,, it ia  expected by the authoritiea that the  new department in the mail service  will loom large, and that many manufacturers and shoppers, as well as the  public in general, will take advantage  oi the cheap rates afforded by the  by the paroel post in preference to  those of the express companies.     r-  IM'ISKKSTING BULLETIN ON PLUM  CULTURE  'The subject oi plum culture ia treated in a bulletin of 12 pages issued by  the Department of Agriculture at Ottawa. The information presented has  been largely derived from the experience gained in connection with plum  growing at the Central Experimental  Farm during the past twenty-five  years. In this bulletin, informatiiDn is  given as to the best methods of preparing the soil for a plum orcthard,  with particulars also as to tha 'planting and subsequent care of the trees.  Instructions are (riven as to. mrrthoda  of pruning, grafting and on many  other topics relating to this branch of  the fruit industry. Lists of varieties  of plums suitable for planting, in different parts of Canada are given with  descriptions as to the character, quality and time of ripening of eaoh sort,  some of the insects and diseases; to  which the plum is subject ars alto referred to and methods of treatment  suwreeted.  This bulletin whioh waa prepared by  W. T. Macoun, Dominion horticulturist, is No. 43 af t,be experimental  farms and is available to those who  write for it to tho "Publication brgnoh,  department of agriculture, Ottawa.  Report of Provincial  Labor Commission  The establishment of a system of  compulsory state insurance for workmen sustaining injuries, a weekly half-  holiday for shop employees, the inauguration ol a fortnightly pay day and  the regulation of sub-contracts oil the  railway construction work with the  control of time cheques are the important recommendations of the ttoyal  Commission oi Labor, whose npoit  hus been submitted to the legislature.  The commission finds against the  proposal of a minimum wage law and  expresses the opinion that the question  of an eight-hour 'day it a Dominion  and not a Provincial measure.  The report provides a more radical  and advanced programme ol legitlation  than was generally anticipated. It is  a closely typewritten document, ot near  ly seventy pages, and is signed by all  the commissioners, Mr. H. Q. Parson,  of (.olden, chairman, Mr. A. M. Harper,, or Vanoouver; Mr. J. A. MoKelvit  of Vernon, Mr. It. A. Stoney, of New  Westminster, and Mr. John Jar dine  of Esquimalt.  The commission examined 419 witnesses as well as making personal inspection of mines and logging camps,  as well as railway construction camps.  -lOr-  ROOERS PASS TUNNEL IS  UNDERTAKING  BIG  Graustark  You should read the  book fis you will not  be able to see the play  the company having  cancelled their engagement.  We alto have  Beverly of Graustark  arid  Truxton King  both stories of the same setting, and several hundred other  titles of the very best fiction at  The seriousness of an epidemic of  mild typhoid in St. Johns, Que., and  Iberville and Savervois County (lener-  ally, waa realized when it became  known that at least 2000 persons- out  ef a total population of 7000 are suffering from the disease. Many of  the members of the .Royal Canadian  Dragoons have conti'aoted the dis-  easo and the militia department has  ordered an invcF/tigation. Sevural  deaths have occurred.  Before the building of the C.P.R.  tunnel, five miles long, at Roger's Pats  B.C., in connection with ths double-  tracking work between Calgary and  Vancouver is complete, it will cost in  the neighborhood of 8111,000,000. Thirty feet of boring per diem is the estimate. Sometimes railway tunnellers  make as much as 40 and 50 feet per  day; but, again, when they strike a  difficult piece of rock they arc lucky if  they make 30 feet in the day. It will  take three years to complete the.bore,  Irom whioh about 250,000 oubic yards  of material will be taken out by way  of the pioneer tunnel. One of the features of the work* which will be of  the greatest interest and value, considering thut. it moans the piercing of  the heart of a great mountain range  and is on a parity with the boring  of the Alps many years ago (a feat  which held the world breathless), is  the erection of model villggcs at the  two portals of. the tunnel at a cost  of $50,000. The floors of the houses  at Glaoier are to be eight feet from  the ground, with bridges to connect  the houses with the work. The undertaking is full of picturesque possibilities. The men will be poised in  mid air, so to snv. The immemorial  silence of the everlasting hills will be  broken by a great utilitarian organization which, although if may poetic,  ally affirm that the Olympian gods  have taken up thoir abode tn the  Rockies, has its eye on tbe dollar.  For three years cut off from the  world, working by shifts day and  night, the mountain will be piersed  bit by bit until, after 1095 days and  nights, daylight will creep through the  blackness of the lonrr rPsadge and the  tunnel will be completed. This is the  biggest single feature the railway  company has undertaken.  "NAP KUOKER IS SOME FARMER  V.obort Fitzsjmmosas is not tht only athlete who has found farming within  the' possibilities of Us talentt. Prist fighters and Vail Street broken, oaring to the recant "ttringenoy" in their respective Haas have had lo seek  nc-.v avenues ort munsy getting aad farming It only ono of a great varltty of  avocations selected. Baseball has in bo tritt suffered tht slump whioh hat  beset the other two enterprises, atvtrthtltst soma baseball players find  faming benefloial from both phytioal and faanoiel standpoints.  Here Is Nap Bunker, star pitcher ol tht Brooklyn team, in a eharaoterit-  tic pots on hit farm at Roswell, Oa. Nap It not an amateur farmer in any  ten��� ol the word, but pursues fanning at a real winter occupation and  makos good at it. Handling the hoe and the soythe and following the plow  down in Georgia, not only brings ��� lew dollars Into the Rucker coffers,  but puts tht mighty Nap Into prlmt ooBoJtloa for tht summer on tht dia-  'mond.  75  c per copy  P. B. Willits & Co.  Kelowna.     B. C.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  PHONE 19  Firewood  $2.25 c. o. a.  Per Rick, by the Load  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.  Phone 307  G. H. | HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Peadotj Street,   -   Ktfewia  ****V*-',*'****>***^^*****+ml.**+*S*m***1*V*m***��*Sl*~at*.  Clifton Boarding House  GLHNN AVENUE  Open December 1st, 1913  FIRST CLA8S BOARD  ' WELL FURNISHED BOOMS  BATES, MODERATE  arms oa Application  Box ��M, Kelowna, B. 0.  Let Every Man be  Master of his Time  We can make you master of your  time by putting one of our Elgin  or Waltham Watchee in  your  pocket.  They Keep Time  Time ia the moat precioua thing  you reckon with.  A aplendid time guage for any  man ia one of our high grade  Wetche., $4.50 to $100  W.MLParkerlCo.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block Kelowna, B.C.  Telephone 270  Afternoon Teas  Served with dainty cakes,  Crumpets & Cream Puffs.  15c.  Ice Cream  For Public   or   Private   Functions  MADE TO YOUR ORDER  Orders muit be received  not  later  than one  day previous to day of  delivery  For the Best go to  Alsgard's  High Class Confectionery  ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE  Dr. MATH180N  Dentitt  KELOWNA    :    B.C  THE LeFEVBE ESTATE  For Sale by Tender '  la order to wind up 'the eat ate . thit  ���aluable property will bt told, aad  fenders are invited for the purchase of  same, up to Marsh 20th, 1914.  Estate consist* ol 143 tares, mostly  under cultivation, with itt own irrigation sytttm, for further partimtlars  apply to Box 157, Kelowna. Htl  SYNOPSIS OI COAL MUIIHG  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha  in Manitoba, Saskatehtwaa and Alberta, tht Yukon Territory, tha North-  wttt Territories, and is a portieja ai  the Provintt of British Columbia, may  bt ltaatd for a term of twenty-oat  years at aa annual santal of II aa  acre. Not more (fcaa 2,500 asm  will bt leased to oat applicant.  Application for tht laaat matt ha  made by the applioant ia ptnoa to  tht Agent or Sub-Agent el tht <  in whieh tht rightt applied far  Htuatoi  In surveyed territory tht land  bt described by ttctione, or legal aab-  diviaiona of notions, and in anaarvtgr-  ed territory the tract applied Ik  ���hall bt staked   oat by tht appnaeat  Eaoh application must bt I mass  panied by a ftt of H whieh will be  refunded if the rights applisd far  art not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall bt paid oa tht ar  ehantabls output of tht ulna at tha  rata ot five otata per ton.  The person operating the mint ahaU  furnish tht agent with twsra ratarat  aooounting lor tht full quantity al  merchantable eoal mined and pay tkt  royalty thtrton. If the eoal mlafaaj  rlghtt am not being operated, tosh  returns should bt furnished a* hatt  ones a year.  Tht hatt will include tht coal mining rights only, bat tht leases may  be permitted to purohass whatever  available aurfaoe rightt mty bt con-  lidered neosssary ;lor the working ai  the mlat at tht rata of $10 an tore.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary ' ot  the Department of {he Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W, OOBY.  Deputy Minister of tht Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication   at  advattisamtat will tot bt    pete THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1014  KBtOfNA  maeamsm  RECORD  BUFFALO INCUBATORS  Automatic Ventilation  A perfect Chick Hatcher  The kind that guarantees your succets  Timothy and   lover Seed for sale  We ate agents (or the  " De Laval" Cream Separators  W. R. GLENN & SON  . .     Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -( KELOWNA  . *      PHONE 150  New Carpets  We have jutt received a large new thipment compiiting tome  beautiful examples of the weaver* art   Call in and tee them  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  -    Shingle*, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  NEW GOODS THIS WEEK  BRITISH COLUMBIA SUI FABLE  FOR FOX FARMINJ  "British Columbia ought to i�� a  good plaot for the raising of lonct, un  industry whieh is one oi tke moat tuo-  ceasful of any breeding buainsta," taid  Hon, Charles Dalton, oi Cherletewn,  P.E.I., who, more than twenty yetrt  ago started what probably wat tht  firat fox farm in Canada and who re-  oontly told out hit business for IMO,-  000.  Foxes are Mr. Dalton'a hobby. He  has handled foxes for years and owtt  hit fortune to two of these animals,  with whioh he went into business. He  says that these two made him more  than |600,noo when he sold out last  year, besides all the money he got  for hides during the past twenty years.  Therefore, he knows what he it talk*  ing about when discussing foxes, and  the ehanee for. breeding them successfully in British Columbia.  it is his belief that in this provinot  they would be raised very well, and  the breeds oould easily be supplied  from Alaska, where the Prince Edward Island farms have - obtained  many foxesf  The estimated increase in the value  of foxes in Prince Edward Island last  year was S4,ooo,aoo, Hr. Dalton sayt.  He estimates this will double next  year. The industry grew out of the  success he-had with the two small  animals with whioh he started the  Dalton Farm. Where in those early  days of the industry a fox skin wat.  worth only 1100 for the finest, the  same skin now sells easily for $1000.  Mr. Dalton for years past took the  highest prices on the London market,  receiving a record price of more than  13,000 for one hide.  Marketing Eggs  Stringent   Bultt Govern Co-Opttntlvs  Societies ia Denmark  aad Inland  THE HIGH COST OF LIVING  At the present time possibly  other subject it receiving quite aa  attention in Canada as this one. It  will be a surprise to most readers to  know that during' the fiscal year whieh  ended Harsh 31st, lata, Canada uaid  111,500,000 in duty on food, and all  of thit large sum is virtually a direct  tax on the consumer.  In glancing over the list it is easy  to understand that the buying publio  are themselves largely to blame in  many instances, for there are articlea  of food produced in Canada that art  equal in every respect to those made  ia any oountry in the world.  In the baking powder line* alone  there were 667,004 pounds, imported  into Canada and this means the consumer paid in duty the enormous sum  ol t07,ooo. There are no better goods  in the, world in this line than megia  baking powder, and it is made in a  model aanitary up-to-duto factory, and  oan be procured in anv first class store  at one-half the price the imported article sells for. '  Suoh articles as raisins, currants,  and many other things, which do not  grow in Canada, or are not produced  here, have.ot.necessity to.be Imported  and the duty paid.  If the consumer niquM devote a little thought and attention to this subject a large amount ol money could  and would be saved.���Canadian Home  Journal.  STORE TO RENT  ON  BERNARD AVENUE  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  ATTRACTIVE.COLOR SCHEME FOR  PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION  The elaborate oolor scheme that hat  (en arranged for tht Panama-Pacific  International Exposition by Jules Gu-  erin, director of eajor, inol"4f* not  only the decoration ot the exhibition  palaces and the oourte, bat tttendt  even to tht rooft and roadways of tht  txpotition. The walls oi tht building!  are finished in grayish cream of tbe  imitation'Travertine marble used in  Rome and the color effeott art obtain,  ed with oriental bluet, orange and dull  rtdt, all in pastel ahades. To har-  monitt with these the rotdwayt are of  dtsp red, obtained thraugh the net of  red rook, and tkt rooft oi all the bull-  Hinge are covered with a special roofing of a dull terra aotti red that will  be pleating and restful to the eye sad  in artistic contrast to tht creamy  walla.  Tint roofing material it prepared  from asphtltum, asbestos and cruahed  brink, tht latter being pressed Into tht  body ol tht product at It pastes between rollers. The remit Is a weather  proof, ore proof roofing of beautiful  coloring and devoid of glare In the  brightest sunshine.  -r��-  Tht  following is a Deacon's outline  ot a sermon on tht Prodigal Son:   '  MADNESS.  ,  (a) Getting tht oath.  (b) Cutting a dash.  BADNE8S.  (a) Gone to tht dogt.  (b) Feeding (he hogt.  GLADNESS.  (a)  Btotlvtd with mai.  (��)  Rating tha veal.  Denmark it a oountry that ought to  be. well known through tha length aad  breadth of Canada. Co-optratively  tht it the mott highly organized af  aay oountry, aad as a rttult oi  it being continually bald up as an  example to other countries. Ireland  oan alto teach ut muoh about co-operative marketing, aad tha following  information on tht marketing ot egg.  gathered by Prof. W.. R. Graham, ol  the Ontario Agricultural Collage,  Guelph, will bt ��� help to pbaltrymsa  in thit country, tad givt than tome  idea of what thty ought to marktt  for agga, and may alto bt ai assistance to producers who with to form  co-operative anonittlnw,  Under tht Danish tyttem oi co-operative marketing of eggs tht central  organization ia supreme, and tha tub-  societiss located throughout tht oountry art ruled and regulated by it. Tha  rtgulationt made by tht federation art  vary stringent and heavy final an imi  posed when they art disregarded or  broken. These are; that a manner  mutt only deliver to the looal society  eggs laid by his own hen*, ha- mutt  undartakt to oolleot from ant ants  ���T day, and in tht breeding ataaoa  or when the weather ia hot, twist a  day, and keep them under suitable  conditions so long at they remain, in  hit possession; mutt have clean otaU,  to that the shells shall not bt stained  or tainted, they must bt protected  against rain, sunshine and frost; and  ail agga produced mott bt delivsatri  to tht looal tocitty, txotpt those rt-  quirtd for hatching aad hontehold  purposes.  Upon tht laat named point tha very  greatest .treat ia laid, aad any member infringing that rule would be  fined for tht first ofiance, and ha expelled from tbe aooitty ii tht praotiw  waa continued.  In the organixettion of oo-opsravive  egg and poultry aooittiet abroad tha  by-lawt of organisation and ior governing the working of tht sooittitt are  ���cry fsw aad limnlt.  la Ireland co-operative work it conducted on tht conditions whioh prevail with tht National Poultry Organization Society, whieh haa its  headquarters in V-ngl.,.*!. These em  ditions or by-laws state that:  Eggt shall be received from tarn  member at least three timea a week;  ggs shall bt tented lor freshness aad  quality; only tuck eggt aa oan be  guaranteed .at ntw laid, an branded  and clean, and that weigh two ounott  will be taken; and the eggt shall bs  wanted so as to reach tha stores  whtn not more than thrat dayi old.  Tht "���-":fr of Co-operative Sooittitt, while varying slightly in < afferent countries, it much tha tarns in  general principle, la ail eases a membership fee- or share it oalltd for tht  amount ,l'r*~ling upon the country  ia whioh tha tocitty it operating, and  rangat from 13 centa In Denmark to  approximately |$ ]�� Inland. With  toma tht payment ot ikit In may hi  made ia oath ot with eggs. Aay  sbortagt of nnmattry working capital  it obtained by meant oi ��* guaranteed  overdraft bom tba Scoiat.y'a baaktra.  Thit tooommodttion it gntnttd usually at i per aant., oa tha joint aad  savtral tteurity ai a nunibtr oi tht  mtmbtet who an cooater-M oared hy  maa -guaranWt shares,' of tha stmt  aim aa tha original tharae, only a  part oi whioh iit paid up, and*** tha  bank rectum the ovtrdraft to bt  paid off, and tha eaatt oi. tha tooitty  an injurncitnt ior that pnrpott.  The maahodt aad time ot paying lor  ht eggs difftr oowsidetably la tba  different oonatritt. TV*y ar* alike tn  oa* respect, l.t��� that ��Jl eggs an  t by wtight reth'tr tbaa hy  ���out, at it tht tan la thk' oountry.  Tht eo-optrativa   sooietita    ��   ,B>  land fellow tht practice oi pa, ybnj tor  tht ��nt aa thty tm delivered' ����� <*���  tat    or motiving depot*       ���"  dirty or ttalt tggt    tre rejected.   �����*  fith tocirtiae differ irom the abotx * m  rtsptott. Whan tht eggt ara    "*  ���aWtd at the depot thty an count "���  nto a teperat* box and a ''bath'* not *  given stating whtn received, ths num.  bsr and prim, and signed by tht    re-  ttirtr.    Tht tggt then go to the eaad-  lar or tttttr, and tht mtmbar deMvtr-  Ing tkt tggt crtdittd with the amoonta  in each elan whloh h* hat, which It  noordtd ia an  analysi. book.    Tha  thitf tttttr it held responsible for tile  book, which   contains   tht nana   of  produotr,   data collected,   number   el  bad, small or cooker*, and   tht  date ot testing. -    a L  Two etntt are   deducted for   avei w  tan "tmallt" or "oooken".   and   th a  bad an   returned to the     producer .  Payment is made monthly by ohsqnt,  aad ths cheque it accompanied byt> t  complete   statement   of the  deliveries by the member at  in the anar/tit book.  *mm*ms  It it a wltt child that  of tht room to laagh when  maa mtthtt hit I  tkt  Ml  Otd  **���  ttatta  SPRAY  AND  FIELD SEEDS  Call, or Phone 29. (or  PRICES AND TERMS  KELOWNA GROWERS' EXCHANGE  Wood!   Wood!  Wood!  \  Dry Pine and Fir, 16-inch  Or any length cut to order  Guaranteed drv wood ready lor burning  Try our special Furnace Length.   You will be pleased  Special Terms for large quantities  Cash Prices  (Delivered anywhere in town)  One to four ricks $2.50 per rick  Five to nine ricks $2.25   ���   ���  Ten ricks or over $2.15   ���   ���  TELEPHONE  I8��  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan 8c Investment Co  Cone Over to the sunny side and have a look through  the Corner Grocery.   We think you will enjoy it.  Appetizing Grocery  However poor your appetite may be,  however indifferent you may be to the  daintiest foods, you will always find  something to please you in our stock of  Groceries and Provisions. Quality ia  our aim; Price Economy our system  MAD  Choice Coffee  Ground while you wait. 3 lbs...11  Snider'r. Catsup  A stimulant for your appetite  Urgt bottle... Me  Imported Sardines  Eitra Good, 1 tins. 23c  Alberta Dairy Butjter  CeodfereeoluM.4lBe. tl  Peachland Peaches  Good quality, per tin lOt  Malta Vita  Esaalloatbfeekreat toad. 3 pkt. J3e  Maconoch.es' Pickles  Large bottle 23e  READ  French Peas  Pen* Pais. Moyeas, 2 tins 23c  Mooney's Soda Biscuits  2-lb. pail 23*  Pure Canadian Vinegar  Mahet white wiat. Quart bot..20c  2 bottles 33t  23c  Best Siam Rice  4 tht..   California Oranges  Sweet aad jaity, ptr dot.  Sweet Potatoes  the   Toilet Pbper  Hat Stat Crept Tiatue.  Packet*, aad rail. 3 for 25c  ,23c  23c  Zinc Waehboarda, 30c  Ctyeul Washboards, 60t  Ptrrecno* Bioome, 30c  Clothtt Urtaa. Oothet Piaa. Brushes and PiBihtl. aad aU other raoeadtt el  the busy heuttcletniag teatea.  FREE     ��  W ith each sack of Flour purchased from us we will give  1 12-ounce tin of Nabob Baking Powder, worth 25c  Thia ofer it goad for one week  D.D.  Three Oh I  MaMlVaaOU KELOWNA   RECORD  "FIT-RITE"  Made- to-Measure  Clothing  is the brand that will  win the approval of  your girl because it  bears the stamp of distinction over ordinary  brands. New spring  aamples  are   now   in  ��   JOIN THE  New Toggery Club  and you may win a $25 Suit  for  $3   or 21   other prizes  22 Chances out ol 50  to get either a $25 Suit  or other goods of same  value at prices varying  from $3 up to $23.  Payments-$3 first week  and $2. a week for II  weeks. Get full particulars at once.  H.F. HICKS  Pioneer Cam. Store  WILLITS' BLOCK       KELOWNA  Excavating and  Well Driving  SCEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  DRAINS  by day or contract  CityTransfer  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light  Hauling.    Prompt  attention given to  all orders  W.P.Meredith   ���  Prop  . Phone 65  or call at A. Cox'. Second-hand Store  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER At CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork  Plans and Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  ; THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  1 OR RENT, all fitted with  bath rooma,  W.C., hot water, See.  P.O. Box 185  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Dressmaking  Mr��. G. A. Scott  MOVING  After November 29th, to  PENDOZI STREET  Opposite Sutherland Av.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  New Six-Roomed  House, close in  $30 per month  ���Phone 217  Leckie Block  For Dyspepsia  If you suffer Stomach Trouble,  end you try our remedy, it won't  cost you a cent If It fails.  To prove to you that indigestion  and dyspepsia can bu thoroughly relieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia  Tablets will do it, wc will furnish  tho medicine absolutely free if it  foils to give you satisfaction.  The remarkable success of Rciall  Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the Inch  decree of scientific skill used in devising their formula as well as to the  care exercised in their manufacture!  whereby the well-known properties  of Uismutb-Subnitrato and Pepsin  have been properly combined- with  Carminatives and other agents.  Bismuth-Submtrate aud Pepsin  are constantly employed and recognized by the entire medical profession as invaluable in the treatment  of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their  proper combination makes a remedy  invaluable for stomach relief.  We are so certain that there fa  nothing so good for stomach ills aa  Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets that we urge  you to try them at our risk. Three  sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00.1  You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tableti  in this community only at OUT store:  P. B. WILLITS & CO.      Bernard Ave  Tht Jfagtt Ston  . _j Roxalt Htore in ncarl.        nnd city in the   Uii.ted, States, Canada and  horo Is A Roxall Htore in nearly every town  :y ]n the   Uuited  Statos, Cauodu and  Great  Britain.    There  la  a  din-smut  Rexall  Ilctnotly for nearly evory ordinary human ill-  each especially df-icned for tho particular ill  for which it is recommended.  Tht Rexall Stores are America's Orsatsct  Drug Stores  Auction Sale  FRIDAY, MAR. 27, 1914  At Kelowna, B.C.  LAFAYETTE  Pure Bred French Draft Stallion  llecorded in Volume 8, National Horae  Register, ol French Draft Horses, under the number 12050, the atallion  known aa LaFayette, oolor dark  Brown, Hlnck Mane, Tail and Legs  Star in forehead. Weight 2000 pounds,  best of action. This is positively one  of the best stallions ever imported into Ciinada. He is a perfect typs of  heavy draft horse. Offers rano-inp; from  SI sihi.oo to $2800.00 have been turned  down for this home in the past two  years. He will be sold to the highest  bidder, at Kelowna. March 27, 1914,  SIRE  Negus, 10712, (40280) He by Uoule d'or  (10120) out of Rigclette (20423), Book  d'or (19129) he by Calypso (18367).  HAST  Salvedore II, 8800, ah* by Uchaeae,  <il7!l (1550) out of Salvador 2612. La-  rha��se (1170, (lr.BO) he by Attllli, ont  of Ninie, ahe by lleroule, Attilla, by  Bonn.  HITCHNER BROS, Owners  Wostbank, II. 0.  As  The Practical Side of  Teaching the Young  DEMONSTRATIONS ON SUNDAY  SCHOOL WORK  J. C. STOCKWELL  Auctioneer     ....   Kelowna,  B. C  SHERIFF'S SALE  Tha Okanagan Lumbar Co. Ltd.  Tha Okanagan Lumber Co., Ltd.,  Dalgleish k Harding, Hoppa k linker,  Ltd., Kelowna Sawmill Co. Ltd., ver-  aua Britiah North American Tobacco  Co., Ltd.  Under and by virtue of writs' ot executions, iaaued out of the Supreme  Court and the County Court of Yale  in the above entitled aotion lor the  sum of MI79.43 besides Sheriff's fata  and other legal expenses, and to me  directed and delivered, I have duly  levied upon the following property, to  wit:  Live Stoek, Farm Implements, Wag-  one etc., Stock in Trade, Offioe fittings  Four-Osr racing skiff, eto.  Notioe ia therefore given that on  Monday, the 10th day of March, 1914,  at the hour of 2 o'olock p.m., of said  day at The Mission Ranoh, Kelowna,  I will sell by publio auction the above  described property, or so much thereof as will satisfy claim and costs,  Dated this 18th day of February,.  1914,  SALE POSTPONED TO MAR. 1 6  WENTWORTH F. WW 0,  Sheriff, Yale Conn* y.  Por. Samuel A. H. Brer /(  Deputy Sheriff, Yale C Jounty I  TERMS CASH lg.1,  The Sunday school workers of Kelowna on Friday had a visit from ltev.  t. W. Williamson, seoretary oi the provincial union aad Airs. 11. K. Spencer,  superintendent 0f the elementary department oi the school work in ths  provinces.  In thu afternoon, in the Methodist  ohuroh, Mrs. spencer gave a lesson in  teaching a junior class, her subject  being "Abraham's call," aad Mr. Williamson spoke on 'Standard Efficiency  tests for the teen age-  There was a good attendance at  night when Mayor Jones presided.  Miss Spencer gave an address oa story  telling. She said a moat important  thing a teacher ought to be able to  do was to tell a story. The great  teachers always used story telling as a  means ol developing character. Story  telling was a work of art aad ae such  it has the same measage that other  worka of art had. Unless a story  gave pleasure and joy and quickened  the life it did not fulfil its purpose  and one thing they must see to  in telling stories was to know ths  story and to tell it properly and. thay  should tell it simply, lor when they  told it simply they would be natural.  Simple, short and vivid words were  what thoy had to use. They must also  tell it dramatically and with soft. If  teachers did not see the story themselves they would never make others  see it. Miss Speneer then told ths  story of Jesus and the little ohildren  if she were telling it to tke children, using the methods she had advocated.  Mr. Williamson followed with aa  account of the world's Sunday Sohool  Convention held in. Zurich, Switzerland  last year. Ho commenced by-showing  how organized Sunday sohool work  was curried on and likened it to a  cnaiu of several links, eaoh succeeding  one being stronger than the one before nnd the first link was the Sunday  school, the next one waB the district  organization. A bigger dual organization with its 400 Sunday schools - and  50,000 members. A bigger link still  was the International Sunday school  Association, while thu biggest link was  the world's Sunday school convention,  held evory three years.  ,Mr. Williamson then iipoke of the  Zurich convention and in a vivid  snd picturesque way deseribed various  phases of it. He. told or! the;9600 .official delegates and 25,01(0 others'present either as visitors or .alternate delegates, all with one pcurpose, to see  Jesus and get the mea Ding of Christianity to the childhood of the world.  There were 260 foreign, missionaries,  500 pastors and 998 Sunday School  teachers from all parte of the world,  600 educators in the secular and religious field, about 500 superintendents,  blaok, red and white. It was a mis-.  sionary convention and the missionary  vote was the dominating volte. There  was one man there who spoke 17  different languages and1 read en a dozen more. At the first meeting the  delegates -were asked to stand up and  repeat -lolin 3i 16 in their different  languages. The speaker toi'd of some of  the injury missionaries and distinguished men present and dcsli>. at length  with the concluding nice lb, ig of the  convention in a vivid rrrana er.  During the evening the. Methodist  choir rendered the anthems' "God is a  Spirit," and "The Radiant- .Morn hath  passed away."  Mr. Williamson nnd Kirs. -Spencer  loft on Saturday morning; en ifonte for  Armstrong to f.ttend th�� diatlriot convention on Tuesday end Wednesday.  BAP* nST yoUNG PB0PLE8'  SOCIETY        '  Auction Sal* 3  of Household Furniture, Live, Stock, Fr mi  Implements, Wagor i.  ��Uf  at reaidence of EARL BAF (NHILL,  Glaaa place; Vernon road, on  Thursday, March 12th, ' 1934  at 1.30 o'clock p.m.  "��� ere was a large attendance at the  or ing People's Society meeting in tha  '' .ptist church on Monday evening to  *' inr a paper by Mr. Blenkam on "An  ' evening with Tennyson." Anecdotes of  the poet's childhood wore given,, aeleo-  t one from hia poems were rend and the  a idience was made acquainted with  hie life and work in a general way.  I.'lio paper was illustrated by a couple  d' Tennyson's pooms, "Sweet and Low'  rand "Crossing the Bar", sang by the  irate quartette (Messrs. Pelton, Fed-  li.r, Weeks end Wade) whioh' were muoh  enjoyed and Mrs. Blenkam gave two  readings; "Ring out Wild Bells," and  '"In 'the Children's Hospital," ��� which  wore also much enjoyed.  At'tho olose of the paper Rev. A. B.  Reekie said a few words of farewell on  Ms departure from Kelowna.  Next week there will be a soolal  evening to which all friends are Invited. ���  ASK PERMISSION TO INSPECT  ALL LIVE. AND DEAD POULTRY ENTERING PROVINCE  Owing to the efforts of the B. C.  Poultry Association the authorities at  Ottawa are at least beginning to realize that the poultry breeders of this  province have a genuine grievanoe.  Several resolutions have bean forwarded to various officials at Ottawa,  asking that the contagious disss see af  animals act be amended so that tbe  Dominion veterinary inspectors could  inspect all live and dead poultry entering the province. Considerable lire  poultry are being imported, ostensibly  for the purpose of killing for market,  but are however, being sold to settlers  at reduced prices. In some consign  ments tho majority ot the fowls have  been found to be suffering from en  or the other of the contagious diseases attacking poultry. These fowls  have been Bold broadcast throughout  the province, the result being that In  some districts which have heretofore  been healthy, poultry breeders have  had these diseases attaok their flocks.  Word has just been received by the'  secretary of the provincial poultry association, stating that Mr. J. H. Ease  of the poultry division, department ol  agriculture, Ottawa, is to visit the  province and make an investigation  into tho matter. In the meantime, the  provincial association is leaving no  stone unturned to secure redress, and  in Maroh all of the affiliated associations, numbering twenty-eight, are forwarding a resolution to the veterinary  director general, dealing with the matter.  J. C. STOCKWELL   .  Don t mis. this 1  Au  etiooeer  ���-O-  l'he British war offioe has postponed  11, ntil 1915 application of the Bisley  n ilea whioh would bar the Canadian  rit 'le from partioipation in the 00m-  pe titions. In view of this It Is ol  coi irsc expected that a Canadian Joanl  wit I again eenpete this year.  KOOTENAY FRUITOBOWERS ON  CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING  At a recent meeting of the Koote-  nay Fruitgrowers' association a definite announcement was made that it  was not the intention of the government to send an organizer to form a  co-operative marketiag organization  until it was proved that the Okanagan  association was a success.   It was re-  'inmonded that ranchers should be  asked to guarantee to ship 50 .per sent  of their crops through the union, allowing that organization to deduct  from the returns $5 if the total was  under $100 and $10 if ths returns ex.  oeeded that figure, with the provision  that a cash payment by April 1 would  cancel the rancher', obligation to  ship through the association. It will  be recommended at the general meeting of the association that in addition  to the usual commission of 10 per cent  an additional 6 per cent be deducted  and held as a fund for oontingenoiea  with the idea that if the colt oi operation permitted any balance at tke  end of the season would be returned  to the shipper pro rata.  BLASTED TUNNELS  That it will take lew time and probably coat 1ms money to drive twa tun.  aala through a mountain than to drive  I is the decision of engineers, who  nave been preparing plans for driving  a tunnel in the Bocldaa for a g"at  railroad in the United States. Accordingly the two tunnels will be blast  ed out through the eolid rook; and  then, after the work is don, one tunnel will be abandoned, except a* it  oan be utilized to help ventilate the  other.  The established practice in tunnel  driving is to blast out a small,, narrow passageway, called a head!  straight ahead as fast aa possible, and  the daily gain in yards oan be oounted  on the ringers oi the boa*- aad sometimes the boss laoke a few at .tha normal number of fingers.  Later the rook ia blasted out above  or below or around this heading, to  give the tunnel its full size. In meat  long tunnels tha rook is blasted out  above and on tha tides oi this head-  ing; but various methods an followed  and the differences are muoh mora important than would anpaar.  In thia railway tunnel the usual  heading will be driven through the  mountain, but the main tunnel, whloh  will eventually acconunodat* two  traoks, will be located beside it, a lew  feet away. Side pasaages will be driven at short distances, to the site o1  the big tuanel, and from every one of  ths side passages a gang of mea may  work, at blasting out the main tunnel.  In this way many gangs can work  at one time, and trouble with bad material at any notnt will not interfere  with progress anywhere else along the  line���Saturday Poet.  AU citlaeni of the United States, resident of Canada end whose income is  in exoese of $3500 per annum, must  I pay income tax to the United States  government, according to a decision of  the internal revenue department. The  decision will affeet thousands of prosperous Americans living in the prsiris  provinces.  V1->jW'->*STs*i!  5?  JT-O*  KSC  &m  m r  Pw*%?  Kpwn  fc  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it (or profit. But there is alio a lot of money in it if  you desire to rain them for your own table or to sell these,  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinper every  day for' next to nothing' if you will take our advice.  We hare muck land suitable far chicken  raising from a back yard space to a largo ���  tract. Call and tee our list and let ue alee  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative ii mv in London, Eng.   Sent! ta yeur  list and get in touch with English buyers  Wheat, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Flat Oats  Middlings,. Barley Chop  Crushed Shell, &c.  PANTRY QUEEN ROUR  Sold under a " money beck " guarantee.  Agent for  WISCONSIN  INCUBATORS  130 Egg Incubator  130 Chick Brooder  BOTH FOR  $13.90  Sold under a|ueraateeesplaaaa yea  GOODS DELIVERED FREE ANYWHERE IN THE CITY  J. C. STOCKWELL  KELOWNA. J.C.  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyterian and new Ea4li.tr Churches)  CUT FLOWERS ^"XtH^  POT PLANTS  CARTERS TESTED SEEDS  Phone as        PALMER & ROGERSON       p.o. Be* 117  Bankhead Orchard Co., ktd.  ICE  Send your orders in early for ice to be. delivered and packed  in your ice-house.  Farmers' in the country may obtain ice ready cut on the pond.  It will cost you ten times more to have ice delivered in the  summer so if you have not already got an ice-house consider  if, it would not be an economy to build one.  FIRE WOOD  Dry fire-wood for sale in sit rick lots, $2.50 per rick. Cash only.  BACON AND HAM  Next month we can supply home cured, home smoked bacon  and hams from grain fed pigs of our own growing.  APPLES  Yellow Newton and Spitzenberg culls at $1,25 per box.  GRINDING  Oats, wheat and rye ground while you wait.    Get thu dona  and save 25 per cent, on your.feed bill.  WINTER FEED  We still have room for a few head of horses.  Bankhead Orchard Co., Ltd.  PHONE 8 wm  &M  ������;���',>,.;  THCB8DAY, MARCH 19, 1��U  KEWVWA  RECORD  KELOWNA MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY.  MissHARTIN  KslowM'.UsdiaiMilfin.r  ANNOUNCES  HER  Spring Opening  ON  Friday & Saturday  Much 20th ud 21 it  Everybody Welcomed  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimstes  Finiahlng work a epecialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Bex 51 f  The Editor Kelowna Beoord.  Dear. Sir,���Permit me,, through the  medium of your excellent paper, to  make an urgent appeal to the mem- '  bera ol the Cast and Chorus of "Pa-  tienoe," now being rehearsed, tor regular and prompt attendance at practice*. As conduotor oi the chorus I  must confess to a feeling somewhat  approaching despair of ever reaching  anything above a decidedly mediocre  production of the opera mentioned, If  those who have undertaken the work  do not show a Httle more Interest  than has been evinced hitherto. Several rehearsals have already been held,  and yet there are very few of the  members of the chorales who can sing  their parti correctly with the printed  page before them, although it ia high  time for ue to be putting the booki  aside for a good many of the numbers  Ii there is any enthusiasm left in the  society, it would encourage the oommittee very greatly if this enthusiasm  were thrown heartily, into the preparation of "Patience". If however there  ia no enthusiasm shown, it would be  far better for the society to go out  of existence, so that we may avoid'  wasting time and money ia "flogging  the dead horse." I throw thia out  as a direct challenge to every member, and the' answer I hope to get Is a  full and prompt attendance at every  rehearsal from this forward.  It may have escaped the consideration of some of those who seem to  grudge two evenings in the week, that  I personally have to attend three rehearsal! in the week, in addition to  the weekly orchestral rehearsal, all of  which time I can use to far better  advantage if the attendances I have  experienced hitherto are not greatly  improved upon. However I hope to  the society get seriously to work,  and carry "Patience" to a suceessful  issue. Yours faithfully,  DKURY PBYCB.  O ���  the lazy Woodpecker  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, B.C  Evening Go wm a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And ia now ready to take orders  for  made-to-meeeure garments for the Crown  Tailoring Co.  V��WWSAArtA��/WWV^ftArtrt/W\AAA  P.O. Boa 12  E.ENGLAND  WILDER ft CONTRACTOR  Pleas,  Specification,   and    EatimaK  Fumiahed  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. L COX  Successor lo H. Horrocka  Water Street, near Opera Heme  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  We Buy Everything Used in the House  Call end inspect our stock of  STOVES, BEDS, TABLES,  etc.  Singer Sewing  Machines  1913 Model, Rotary Hook  on Easy Terras, $3 per month.  Liberal Discount (or Cash. '  Parts (or all kinds of Machines  Supplied.  *  Woodpeckers are the greatest stay-  in-beds of all the American birds, while  robins are among those who' stay up  latest nt night and get up earliest in  the morning. A New Hampshire naturalist has recently made suoh careful  observations of the sleep habits of native birds that he can now tell pretty  closely the minute when any .particular  bird will become sleepy in the evening  or will wake un in the morning.  By timing, day after day, the lest  notes heard from various birds, and  by listening in the morning for their  chirps and calls, he has found that  their sleep habits are very regular,  though in the buay months of spring  household responsibilities thev are apt  to get up earlier than at other seasons. I  On the average, downy woodpeckers  were, not heard from after half an hour  before sunset and piloated woodpeckers  after nn hour before sunset. They slept  in the morning until ten or twenty  minutes after sunrise, in contrast to  the robin, which is up more than an  hour before sunrise, and the wood  pewee, which is up an hour and a half  before sunup.  The robins, pewees and thrushes", he  found, generally retired for the night  about an hour after sunset; so the  woodpecker usually took two or three  hours more sleep than the pewees or  the robins,���Saturday Post.  O    ...  FOILING THE COUNTERFEITER  -  To loll the mast ���killed counterfeiter a method Is now being adopted for  engraving banknote! and bends with  a secret design concealed in the wavy  fine lines of the geometrical design.  The firm or the bank interested hos  a screen, which is platted over any  bond or note in question, and if the  bond is genuine the design then appears clearly; but no one without this  screen oan find the deaign.  a  A bylaW for the provision of another  Diesel oil engine and. generator, will  be brought before the Pentioton munioipal oounoil.  Major A. Megraw, who has been editor ot the Hedley Gazette for a number of years, has been appointed by  the Federal government as inspector of  Indian agencies in the Osoyaqs division of Yak dietrict, Huooeeding the  lata T. J. Cummlsky.  PUBLICITY  is the keynote of modem business  methods. To let the people know  just what you have and what you  can do for them is one of the first  essentials of a successful business today. Boldness and originality in advertising, backed up by a genuine  endeavor to give good service has  built up most of the successful business  houses of the last twenty-five years  Whether you are running  a Department Store or  the Smallest Business you  have something to tell the  people most of the tine  Tell it in the easiest and cheapest  way���through the columns of a newt-  paper, which reaches the home of  the people.  Job Printing  Commercial, Society, and all  oth& kinds of Book Printing  owna Kecor< KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, MAEOH IS, MM  wanted! ) Auction Sale  WANTED.-A draft team amd a general purpose team. Apply W. F.  Meredith, City Transfer. 16tf.  WANTED.���position on ranch, by married man. Experienced. Apply box  ��'J, Okanagan Mission 16-lBp  WANTED.���Work on fruit ranch, by  experienced gardener. Married, house  to himself. Apply J. Baylis, Simpson  Itanoh, Mission Bond. 13-16  M ANTED.���Ilv Lady, position as house  keeper. Good oapable cuuk. Apply  llox "W" Kelowna Kecord..       14-16  BOAKD AND UOOMS  TO RENT.��� Seven room houso on  Wilson avenue. Rent lis..in per mo.  Apply W. 11. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtl  LOST AND FOUND  Fill SD.-On Vernon Korwl, Thursday,  March 5lh, one ticalskin muff. Owner  i-jin have uume by proving property  und paying for thin ad. Apply P.O.  llox   ll.s lOp.  MISCfiLLANEOUS  UKI.IABL1C MARRIED MAN would  like to Tent or take charge of Tunch.  Apply Box "0" Record. 16tf  Miss Mary Wiufield re^uiroj daily o.u-  ployment as family help or cook.  I'luine 241. 16p  WANTED.���Tenders for plumbing, pin*1  tt'ring nnd electric wiring. House on  Stookwell avenuo. Apply on job,   16  FINE NEEDLE WORK AND EMBROI-  dory. Apply Miss M. Ford, Slither-  l.-uid avuniie.  I'luine 5201 13-10  FOUND-On the Black Mountain range  in poor condition, two colts, one  spot near hoof on left hind foot, also star in forehead; the other n bay  rising 2 year-old, dark drown, white  rising 1-yenr-old, two white hind feet,  star in forehead and spot on nose.  iNe visible brands. Owner may have  same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply .lohn Conroy,  Vernon Road. 13-16  WANTED.���Second lmnd Bingle horse  plow, spring tooth und drag harrow,  hand seeder. Apply, giving prices tq  It. G. Bury, Rutland. 14-ltlp  STENOGRAPHER  Young lady experienced in bank end  office work desires situation in Kelowna.   Apply P. 0. Box 191. 16tf.  DEVONSHIRE      HOUSE  Eli Avenue  Between Water St and Pendozi St.  Room with or without board  6 minutes from Post Office  16-19  Single Comb R. I. Reds  EGGS FOR SALE  From winners of two Third Prizes  (or Single Combs at (all and winter  showe, 1912-1913.  $2.50 per sitting  S. WEEKS  WOODLAWN    I6-I9p  Auction Sale  at   residence   of  W. MARSHALL, Ellis St. North  Near Weldron'a Grocery  Tuesday, March 31st, 1914  at 2.00 o'clock p4n.  All hia Houaehold Effects  .    J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Auctioneer  16-17  Grocery Specials  3 lbs. pure Lard 50c  3 tins Sardines for 20c  20 lbs. Sugar ....$1.30  Fresh Eggs, per doz 35c  Waldron's   ,  Grocery Store  Ellis Street       -       -   Kelowna  16-19?  White Wyandotte  Eggs for sitting, $1.50 per doz  Cood utility strain, let and 2nd prize  cockerel; I.t pullet. 2nd utility peni Fall  Fair, 1913.  S. GRAY  IWchrfe Black, aaa��a�� R��Uend. a  Of Farm Implement., Stock, and Household Effect., being the property of  Mr. R. J. LUND, Benvoulin  will take place  Thursday, March 19,1914  At 11 o'clock .harp  A lunch will be provided at noon  The following ia a list cf articlea:  STOCK  1 gray mare, 7 years   old (1400 lbs),  1 cht stnut horse, 7 years old, 1 firat-.  class milch cow, 3 breeding sows,    5  months;  IMPLEMENTS  lloavy wagon, almost new, five  tons, rack and box combined, 1 tomato  rack, 1 MoCorraiok mower, three sets  of sections, 1 hay tedder, 12-ft, hay  rake, I hay fork, ropes, pulleys, poles,  1 set, il suction iron harrows, 1 breaking or sod plow, 1 stublde plow, 1  double mould board plow for hilling  potatoes, 1 disc (10) extension, new,  1 ono horse cultivator,, 1 one horse  hniid harrow, I plank land packer,  1 phaeton, 1 buckboard, 1 pair bob  sleighs, 1 jumper, 1 buggy tonirnc complete, 1 hand scuffler, with all parts,  1 hand seed drill, 1 hand seed sower,  1 set heavy work harness, 1 set light  single harnoBS, some collars and parts  of harness, I snddlo and bridle, some  heiivy rope, 1 heavy cable wire 60-ft.  1 largo nnd small orowbnr, 2 grindstones, I emery grindstone, forks, shovels, and tools, number of windows,  two over five feet square, whoel barrow, sprayer complete, keg spike nails,  Yessot Tinder plates, heavy blnnkets,  heavy rug and many other useful articles.  FEED  28 ton* wheat hay, 17 tons ont hay,  3 (cms Nurpee seed potatoes, choice.  HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Piano bench, Mason k Riseh miniature  grand piano, 9850.00 new, in use a  little over year, Japanese silk flower  screen, carved, new $125.00, centre  table, all curved prioe new 175.00, large  raised flower vuses, perfume um or  vases (Satauraa ware) number of other  vases, small cabinet 12 x 18 inohes,  some good carpets and rugs, good  stnir em-pet ond rods, .lupnnese five-  shelf comer piece, mandolin, drop leaf  walnut table, extension table, kitchen  table, oak dining chairs, leather seats,  three with arms, six walnut leather  seated chairs, oak rockers, rattan rockers, other rockers, upholstered chairs,  rattan extension ohairs, common chairs  walnut centre table, oak hull rack,  Japanese flowered tables, side tables,  oak writing desk, upholstered walnut  settee, rosewood settee, oak hall seat,  steel lounge and bed combined, sewing machine, Princess {large glass) dresser and washstnnd, dressers and  stands, toilet sets, heavy brass mounted bedstead with first class springs  and mattresses, walnut bedstead,  springs and mattress, iron bedstead,  springs and mattress, single heels complete, pictures, lot of books, large  McClary cook stove with boiler, smaller cook stove, heaters, clothes wringers, washing machines, wash boards,  churn, stone crocks, lot ol preserving  jars, lot of China dishes and sets,  common dishes and sets, cutlery, ell  stove furniture, tent 18 x lfl, 8-foot  walls, with fly cover, two otker tents,  new tennis net,, shaded lamp, now,  cost 129.00, high brass lamp, large  lamps and common lamps.  TERMS: $20 and under Cash;  over $20, approved joint notes will be  accepted bearing interest at 8 per cent.,  payable in eight months, Five per cent,  discount for caah on all auma over $20.  MANLY BYRNS, Auctioneer  Boarding and Day  School for Ladies.  HILL HEAD, VERNON, B.C.  Thia school offer. 1 thorough, modern  education, with careful training and  refined home-life.     Term,   moderate.  For prospectus, tec, apply  Miss LeGALLAIS  Principal  BABIES'  KINDERGARTEN  Three afternoons a week. Apply to  Miss Mary Ford, Sutherland avenue.  'Phone 8201. 18-18  TENDERS FOR QRAVEL  I am prepared to received tenders up  to March 14, 3014, for gravel (Subject  to architects inspection) delivered in  the City of Kelowna. Tender binding  for season. . Lowest not necessarily accepted. H. M. Witter, P. 0. Box 613,'  Kelowna; B. C. H-lsp  Sooth Kelowna Land Co.  fcimlted  MISSION RANCH  Horses  taken in for  winter  feed at $4 per month.  Reduction for large numbers.  R. S. HALL, *  Telephone, Mgr. of Ranches  House 75.     -.  Ranch 2305. 7tf.  CURTAINS!   CURTAINS!  WE KNOW HOW iO DC THEM UP SO THEY LOOK FINE  Blankets washed soft and fluffy  Carpets cleaned by best methods, involving no wear  on carpet  Kelowna Steam Laundry  High-Class White Rocks  A few letting! Irom tpeclally (.elected pen, headed by  Best Male in American Class  at Kelowna Show, mated  with lit aplendid pullets, including FIRST  PRIZE breeding pen, Firat and Second Pullet.  $5.00 per 15;  Utility, $2.00 per 15  Apply Woodhatch Poultiy Farm  Rural Route No. I, Kelowna  VARIETY IS THE  SPICE OF LIFE  We carry everything ranging from  a pin to a washboard.  We do not advertise special sales.  We use the axe on prices throughout the year.  Come in and be convinced. Every  day is Bargain Day at the  5c, T0 25c. STORE  There is a time for everythingand the  present ia the tithe for Dried Fruits.  If they are carefully prepared there is  nothing more healthful to eat, and  especially at this season of the year  White FiffS c���'i'orn'��� While Figs when steamer} are  ��    ss good a spring medicine as you carl  find.   2 lbs. 25c; per bos of 25 lbs. $2.75  Raisins ^�� n'cer <*e,,ert ,n,n raisin pie. -In Eng-  land the consumption per head of raisins  is almost five limes the amount per head  in Canada. 2 pica, seeded, full pounds, 25c  Nectarines 3Ufc^...!?.��^S0!?��M  Ptiirt Aa The most popular of all-dried fruits. Large  r runes oneti 2 |b,. 25c ; per bos of 25 lbs., $2.75  A few 25-lb. boxes of last year'a small  sizes, per 25-lb, box $1.50  Ai-.f-.lac Ontario evaporated, per lb 15c  ^ppies      25.lb hagm $325  Anfipnfs      Californian product, per lb 20c  MpriCOIS      25-lb. boxes > $4.75  Poovo Clean, bright and fresh.    3 lbs. for 50c  rears per25-ib.box $3.75  PaoAao       ' These are not sulphur bleached. 2-lbs., 25c  reacnes    peroox ,_ ^275  Raioine Loose muscatels.  rvaisins      3ib. ....25c  DateS Mb. packages, each I5C  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Saturday Cash Special  4 cans Smoked Fat Herring in bouillon 25c  Regular Price, 2 for 25c  The New COATS and SUITS  'ARE DESERVING OF YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION  WE are showing a wide range of  popular models in a great assortment of materials and shades. The  prices are just right and will appeal  to those who appreciate Quality  and Class. " These cosVno more."  We are finding a great call for  "Swanke" coats, to match odd  skirts, which are all the go just  now. These are made slightly  Cut Away In all the new blue  shades. Tangos, Tan Brocades,  Black Navies.  MISSES & GIRLS  Sport Coats of Blanket Tweeds  Made in Blue and White broken checks, cut on straight line* with outside pockets.   Real jaunty, indeed  SPECIAL MENTION OF ODD SKIRTS  These are real snappy and mannish.    Made in lovely Soft Checks, Plaids, Plain  Cloths and Fancy Tweeds.   Peg top, and very comfortable  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED


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