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 iti*   0  HflCflir  VOL V.   NO. 3.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,  DEC. 12, 1912.  [Meeting of  City Council  iottl Licenses to be Raited to  $600 per Annum  Aid. Copeland was tho only ab-  fsentcs   from  this  week's council  jiheeting, which was held ������ uaual  Monday Morning.  Mr. W. B. M. Calder attondad  vilh a rough plan of a subdivision  an Pandozi St.  Messrs. C. Quinn and W. S.  Fuller wera alao preaent in refer-  nce to a subdivision of the former  i which Water St. was to be ex-  nded to Willow Ave.   Aconsid-  irable fill was necessary in one  >lace and  the  Board of Works  vhich had been over the ground  vith Mr. Quinn had made the proposal that the council do the work  !f Mr. Qiiinn made the payment of  K200 towards the cost.  |  Mr. Quinn agreeing to this arrangement a  motion  was passed  hat they grade the street on this  ondition.  Mr. S. C Cosans plan of Block 6,  nap 438, was approved.  The finance committee submitted  lhe following accounts which were  ordered paid:  L. Johnaon, aewer time chequ. $ 34.30  k.D.hl  do       36.00  W. MeBesth do      21.00  L Amort. do     39.38  C. Davison  do       33.44  b. Schagla  do     I8-.30  8. Hanson  do       4.67  5. Janson   do       2.00  t. Ivarick  do       9.67  I, Albino  de       3.00  fc. Minoar de     32.95  I. Johnson.  do     ' 3.00  f. Bowks  do       3.00  \>. Smith  do       7.67  C. Wright  do ...:      3.00  Vat Wright  do       3.00  1. McNeill  do   Swaps* do   V. McBe.ih  de    .Clancy  de    1 Kobulo.  de    .Lawny  de    i. Mclnnia.  de    . McLeod  de    . Doraalit  de    j. Smith de    . Leckie Co, sawtr supplies   ,'seiSt Flush-Unk Co.. do..  (.rant, Coleman Ar Evans... do .  nparlal Oil Company  do .  do   do .  do   do .  on It Burp..  de .  dian Can. Elacl.  Co... do .  on Newe, printing   Id Publishing Co....  land Iron Works...  I.. Pairbanks-Mome .  da  do.  do.  do .  do  do.  do ,  do  til A: Crydormen  I Pipe Co, exerretige on cheques  i fx Miteholl. patty cash   uta fx Biadon, stationary   . L- Doyla, Fir. Insurance duos   3k Telephone Co. December acct.  ~r Hsug, power house auppliea   'Haug, fuel for Fir.  Hall snd  oftca, October sect   awford & Co, Oat atel   I Sawmill, auppliea aad hauling  sawdust for Out  240.93  IC Garetto, advertistng by-lay 177   13.25  ��� F Jamas, Sept snd Oct supplies..  . D. Campbell, taaming in Oct...  I R P, freight   de  11.50  3.00  9.00  9.00  32.50  30.00  I  I0JO  189.90  300.00  489 JI  14.28  62.89  6.45  96.00  44J8  MS  1.78  14.13  18.48  13.33  9.87  9.67  20.00  5.80  6.70  103.25  123.00  14.55  4.50  35.57  16.95  do    do    do    do  do  ,   do  .-.   do    ana Co.. power house auppliaa.  ' anks-Morsa  do    , S. Chamberlin  do    nparial Oil Co  do    ' >ck Broe  do    i We.tinhous. Co  do      Company .'.. do      IMcUiuHm; McFeely Co.. do    ��� do    do    ysmithfc Lowe do    rEle.lcrMfgCo.   de  do  do  do  do  do  11.75  13.25  7.94  4,45  1.89  27.81  2.36  1.37  1.97  1.82  1.57  I3_0  4275  11,25  56.07  7.84  2.13  .80  2.40  17.59  19.50  9.50  4,40  178.65  4,62  203.63  88241  69.85  30.2J  I Can Gen Elect Co  I P. D. McLaren, Ltd  IW F Bouvette. taaming      4.23  [Dom EiprecoCo, ax. on atationery    3,93  IJ Kelly, refund of road tax (over  .g. limit)      2.00  I Mclnnia, do.       2.00  ower house pay roll lor Nov 673.00  t Sutherland, chief constable's sal. 113,00  i McKay, night ��� ���    85.00  i H Dunn, city ckrk'a aalary  130.00  >T Dunn, dark's aalary    85.00  ''HRonnla.      do          70:00  [ W H Paisley, acavengsr'a aalary  166,66  j Dr Keller, office nnt for Nov  G F Tool, November salary   S Weeks, work on park and .la   [ Fred Swsinson, work on atreeta   f-B Fletcher, reading elect metera..  E Bonjean. water works const   P Coffia do   I E Chri.ten.on.... do   liC H Dunn, petty cash   I Hia Worship tha Mayor, expanse  account ss delegate to Municipal convention....   [G H Dunn, de   [ M Jenkins, supplies for Sre kell   fOM Johnson, work ea sidewalks..  15.00  100.00  75.00  78.00  15.00  113.64  89.65  48.22  38.68  18.00  18.00  30.50  49,50  J4M  $1.50 Par Annum.  Two new by-laws were then introduced and given a first reading.  No, 123 was to raise the sum of  $10,000 for the purpose of extending the water and light system.  Aid. Sutherland said he did not  think it would bo necessary in the  case of tha present by-law to hold  the usual meeting to discuss the  matter with the ratepayers. It  waa now generally recognized that  the mora extensions wera made to  the city water system the better it  paid. Pipe line extensions were  only put in on a paying basis, and  every new water user meant a  source of added revenue and profit  to the undertaking. By continuing  to extend the system the operating  expense was cut down. Last year  there had been a surplus of $2000  over all expenses, and this year it  was expected theie would be a  similar surplus shown. Two cars  of new pipe were necessary at  once for extensions.  The by-law was given a first  reading.  Mr. Paisley, the city scavenger,  was present at the request of Aid.  Raymer, chairman of the health  committee.  Mayor Jones said that several  complaints had been made lately  in reference to the removing of  rubbish from the rear of the stores  and he would like to hear what the  scavenger had to say in the matter.  Mr. Paisley emphatically denied  that there had been any cause for  complaint. He invited the council  to call up any of the stores and  ask if he had not made a point of  calling at least once a week. He  had to work, he pointed out, under  grn.it disadvantages. There was  only one store which had a proper  place in which to deposit waste  paper and other rubbish. Some  of them had boxes and crates  which were too small for the purpose and even then were vety  careless in. using them, throwing  paper loose on the ground to be  blown all over the place, making  hia work much more difficult.  Asked as to whether ho would  be willing to undertake the contract for another year, he said he  was prepared to take it on again at  the same price if the council would  arrange for aome assistance in the  spring at the nuisance ground in  the spring.  The matter waa left in the hands  of the committee.  By-law No. 124, for the purpose  of amonding tha Trade License  By-law was introduced. Tho amendment called for an increase in  the hotel licenses from .$300 to  $600 per year.  The two new by-laws were then  given a aecond reading and the  council resolved itself into a committee of tha whole to discuss them.  The only discussion, however,  waa on the proposal to increase  the hotel licenses. The view was  generally expressed that the preaent rate waa too low, and as most  of the work of the police was rendered necessary by the bars, it waa  felt that the hotels should contribute more towards the cost of police-  ing tho city, more especially because an increase in the force  in the force would soon be necessary.  On resuming the ordinary meeting the council gave the two bylaws a third reading.  December 27th was fixed upon  as tha polling day on tne money  by-law No. 123.  A refund of $7.48 was made to  G, C, Rose, being local improvement taxes on a wooden sidewalk  removed before payment had been  completed.  Aid. Raymer brought up the  question of electric signs. A number of business men were desirous  of puttin* up signs if they could  be allowed to overhang the sidewalk. At present there was a bylaw which forbade this.  Various opinions were expressed  as to the advisability of allowing  over-hanging signs.  Aid. Millie thought they should  certainly be allowed upon side  utreets, as it encouraged the spread  of business off the main stteet.  Mayor Jones said a committee  would shortly meet the building  inspector to discuss several amendments to the building by-law and  the matter could be discussed then.  Aid. Taylor asked if the city  could not do something to stop  spitting on the sidewalks. They  should sec that the provincial law  was eaforced.  Aid. Blackwood draw attention  Six clergymen are on the rolls  of the police department at Los  Angeles as special officers. They  wear stars like plain clothes men  and are empowered to make arrests  for any infraction of the law.  Their special duties, however, are  the enforcement of the juvenile  laws and the regulation of dance  halls and other places where young  men and women congregate for  amusement.  The minister-policemen are  members of the Juvenile Protective  League. They have been commissioned by Mayor Alexander not  only to safequard the young and  prevent the exploitation of children  but to arrest and prosecute parents  who neglect the welfare of their  hildren.  Balkans and Turks  Will Confer in London  The British Government has  placed the historic St. James' Palace at the disposal of the peace  plenipotentiaries representing the  Ottoman empire and the allied  Balkan nations for the purpose of  holding a conference with the  hope of arriving at terms of peace.  Arrangements for the conference are being made for the opening, as if in defiance of all superstitions on Friday, December 13.  According to the latest information  the conference will not be held in  a government office, but in a building of a character appropriare to  the occasion, with ample accommodations for the delegates and  their entourage.  m /  Clerical Policemen  Thirty-five Millions  in Warships  Canada's Contribution to Imperial Defence  The building which ia being erected next to Cameron's blacks,, ith  shop for the new Garage Company  is making rapid progress, tne brickwork beirtg rushed to take advantage of the mild weather.  Dr. C. W. Dickson and Mr. F. M.  Buckland are the hospital visiting  committee for the month.  The Fire Brigade Ball held last  Friday evening in the Opera House  was a great success, a record crowd  of dancers being present. The  room was decorated in a noyel and  artistic manner in which the war  canoe and trophies won by the  boys figured to advantage. The  supper was a great affair and  reflected great credit upon the  ladiea who had taken this department in hand.  Messrs. Casorso Bros, have now  got their new butcher business  into thorough going order and already are having to meet a heavv  trade. Two delivery rigs are kept  constantly going filling orders.  This week a car of turkeys and  geese was unloaded for the Christmas season. The store is being  equipped in a thoroughly modern  and up-to-date way for the handling of meat in the moat sanitary  and expeditious manner. A refrigerating plant will be installed  in the rear driven by an electric  motor which is already in its place.  All the meat is killed locally on  Casorso's own ranch where a large  new slaughter - houss has been  erected.  Daring Train Hold-up  In a manner as simple as it was  efficient a lone masked bandit held  up and robbed every passenger in  the chair car on the C.P.R. train  which left Vancouver on Saturday  night at 7.4S o'clock. The systematic clean-up was made as the train  was running along the shores of  Burrard Inlet between the B.C.  Sugar Refinery Co.'s plant and a  point some two miles east of Hastings. The total booty secured by  the bandit was $309.25, and a few  pieces of jewelry,  to the large amount ol timber and  brushwood cut last year which was  lying around in the park. He  thought it might be given to some  person who would clean up the  place and burn the rubbish.  The meeting then adjourned till  next Monday.  The Dominion Parliament is  asked to vote $35,000,000 for the  construction of three ships of thc  super Dreadnaught class, to be the  strongest in the world. Thc ships  will be built in great Britain and  he at the disposal of the British  Admiralty for the common defence  of the Empire. They will be maintained and controlled as part of  the Royal Navy and Canada is  assured that if at any time in the  future Canada desires to establish  a Canadian unit of the British Navy  these vessels can be recalled by  Canada to form part of her 'Navy,  in which case they will be maintained by Canada and nnt Great  Britain. In the event of Canada  desiring to withdraw her ships,  due notice will be given to the  Admiralty.  Premier Borden informed the  house that the additional cost of  constructing the three Dreadnoughts in Canada would be in lhe  vicinity of $ 12,000,000.  The full text of the Naval Bill of  Canada, which was introduced into the House by Premier Borden,  ia as follows:��� ^  " An act for increasing the naval  forces of the Empire.  ' His Majesty, by and with the  advice and consent of the Senate  and House of Commons of Canada,  enacts an follows:  ' I. From and out of the con-  aolidated revenue fund of Canada  there may be paid and applied a  sum not exceeding $35,000,000 for  the. purpose of immediately increasing the effective naval forces of the  Empire.  " 2. The said sum shall be used  and applied under the direction of  the Governor-in-Council in the con  struction and equipment of battle  ships or armored cruisers of the  most modern and powerful type.  " 3. The said ships, when con  slructed and equipped, shall be  placed by the Governor-in-Council  at the disposal of His Majesty for  the common defence of the Empire.  "4. The said sum shall be paid  used and applied, and the said  hips shall be constructed and  placed at the disposal of His Majesty, subject to such terms, conditions and arrangements as may be  agreed upon by and between the  Governor-in-Council and His Majesty's government.  The preliminary portion of the  Premier's speech was devoted to  an outline of the development of  Great Britain and the Oversea Dominions. This led to -a consideration of the necessity for cooperation in the matter of trade and  defence.  The Premier quoted in full a  memorandum of the British Admiralty dealing with international  affairs, and which was prepared at  the request of the Canadian government. The most striking feature of the memorandum was that  the British Government had informed Canada that it had no hesitation  in saying that after a prolonged  consideration of all the circumstances it was desirable that such  aid as Canada might give should  include the provision of a certain  number of the largest and strongest ships of war which science  couhl-build or money buy.  Meeting of Board of  School Trustees  The Board of School Trustees  met last Tuesday week.  A batch of correspondence dealing with the proposed new school  was read and filed.  A letter was read from the Hon.  the Minister of Education regretting that he was unable to comply  with the Board's request for an  additional grant for the new school  building.  The Superintendent of Education  wrote stating that in future Kelowna would be included amongst  cities of the second claso in education matters.  In another communication the  superintendent stated that he had  forwarded a medal which had  been awarded to Miss Mary Day  the pupil who had stood highest  in the high school entrance examination in June last, as a memento  of the visit paid by Their Royal  Highnesses the Duke and Duchess  of Connaught to Kelowna.  The Inspector of Manual Training in Public Schools wrote stating  that he would visit Kelowna for  the purpose of consulting the trustees on the work of his department.  Resignations were received and  accepted from Miss E. M. Weir  and Mr. R. Stephen, of the teaching staff.  The  following   accounts   were  ordered to be paid^���  City of  Kelowna, scavenging, light  and water for schools  25 22  Claude H Jamea, installing  electric  light in High Schoal .-.  99 00  W R Trench, stationery, Sept.Oet... 63 15  McKenzie Co, lawnaeed, etc     2 35  Vemon New, advt, tendera     7 00  D McMillan, mowing school grounds 15 75  Kelowna Courier, advertiaing     7 75  A G Moon, repaireio lights        90  Morrison-Thompson Co, supplies ... 4 90  Krlowna Record, ads.and atationery 7 45  T Lawaon, Ltd, janitoe'e auppliee ...       65  Ok Telephone Co, telegrams         65  D Leckie, supplies  |2 55  City, local improvement taxes  80 00  T Lawaon, refund       85  The annual meeting of the Curling Club was held last week when  officers were elected and arrangements made for the coming season.  Mr. J. B. Knowles' annual watch  guessing contest takes place on  Saturday. Call in for a guess, you  may be the lucky one.  Sir George Howard Darwin died  Saturday in his 68th year, He was  professor of astronomy and experimental* philosophy at Cambridge University, and one* of the  most distinguished scientists in a  generation succeeding that which  waa honored bv the work of his  father.   -  The Board met again on December 3rd, 'vhen numerous applications for positions on the teaching  staff were considered and several  appointments made.  Some correspondence was read  referring to the calling for new  tenders for the school building.  The action of lha council in purchasing lots for the school site was  confirmed and an order issued, for  $9,000 in payment of same.  A resolution was passed that the  Board purchase books to the value  of $40 for a school library and  that the Department of Education  be asked for a grant for the  purpose.  The following resolution was  passed: " That in view of the  increased wages being paid to the  Principals and Teachers in the  larger cities and towns of British  Columbia, and the fact that the  high standard which has been  established and which must be  maintained in respect to the efficiency of teachers employed in  our High and Public Schools, we  hereby establish the following  schedule of wages to be adhered  to in future:���  Principals of High and Public  Schools, a minimum monthly salary of $ 140 with an increase of $10  per month per annum ; maximum  $180.  Assistant Principal. High School,  $110, increasing hy $10 each year  to $140 maximum.  Assistant Principals of Public  Schools, $90, increasing $10 each  year to $120.  Grade teachers, $70 minimum,  increasing $5 each year to $90.  Primary teachers, $85, increasing  $5 each year to $ 100.  Salary increases to commence  with August salary following teacher's engagement.  The Board, however, reserved  the privilege of paying any salary  they may see fit, independent of  the schedule.  The ' following accounts were  ordered paid:���  Vancouver Province, ndvt     I 35  G E Ritchie, work in school  26 00  Dalgleish At Harding, floor broom...    2 35  I SChamberlin, curtain rode    2 50  J Peterson,   digging   test   holes  on  new school property!      100  Rutland News  (From ear awn eefmneneknt)  Mr. Wm. Cay left for Vancouver last weak on a brief business  trip.  Mr. J. Clever and Earl Clever  returned from across the line en  Monday bringing with them a  goodly bunch of horses and mules,  they travelled by road to Westbank  via Oroville and Penticton, making good time, averaging 50 miles  per day.  Mr. Wm. Flaming and his daughter Ida left for the prairie last week.  Miss Fleming staying at Summer-  bury, Sask., while her father went  on to Winnipeg.  Mr. Roy Elder accompanied by  his family, are visiting his brother  Mr. Harry Elder.  Mr. W. Schell and family left on  Monday for Napanee, Out., where  they will spend the winter wilh  Mrs. Schell's people.  Messrs. Duncan & Wallace had  the hard luck to loose a valuable  bunch of hogs last Wednesday  through the epidemic of hog cholera. Over sixty heed were slaughtered by order of the government  inspector. Several other hog breeders have suffered severe losses thjs  summer through the district which  fact tends to shake one's confidence in the " Gintlemin who pays  the rint."  A meeting of the Rutland Literary Society ia to be held next  Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the  hall.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  the  H.  QFram Mtewa eearaaneastaat)  Mr. Redsull is visiting at  home of his daughter Mrs.  l^ney.  We regret to hear that Mrs.  Somerset is confined to the house  on account of a fall sustained some  weeks ago and hope to hear soon  of her recovery.  The latter part of the time the  weather has been favorable for  work in Mr. G. A. Batchelor's pole  camp and a goodly number of  telegraph poles have been taken  out i   Mr. A. J. Rawkina was a visitor  to Kelowna on Monday last, returning by way of Westbank ferry.  He visited the Tobacco Co.'s curing-house on their property and  was much interested in what he  saw of it,'  At the service held by Rev. D.  Robertson at Mr. Reid'a place on  Sunday afternoon last, many sympathetic enquiries were made about  Mrs. J. D. Goodwin, whose serious  illness has caused much anxiet)  to her family and neighbors living  within a few miles, the latter again  being heard to remark," If we only  had that telephone."  Mr. and Mrs. Seeley entertained  a party of friends to luncheon on  Sunday last. The guest of honor being Mr. J. McNaii. His old fiiends  are glad to have him amongst them  again, and to hear that he intends  to spend the winter on the west  side.  Mr. A. W. Bowser and family  have rented Mr. Chaa Harvey's  house on Richter street for the winter. Mrs. Bowser will be at home  there any Wednesday afternoon.  When the people of Ellison get  up a dance, they get up a DANCE I  There is no mistake about it. No  mean half-hearted affair, but a  real live event which draws people  from all over the district. The  Ellison Literary Society is going tn  give the next one on the 17th and  if you miss it you'll be sorry.  BERRYMAN-NICOLL  Married.���On Saturday, December  7th, 1912, Mr. Leroy Berryman  to Miss Christena Nicoll, by the  Rev. D.J. Welsh, all of Kelowns,  I�� ��  CHRISTMAS TREES  Fit trees, Oregon grape, avergreens far  Chriatmaa decoration, delivered   in  town.  Give your order.   Earl Blackwood, Bot I,  Kelowna J.4    . The Orchard City Record  Thursday, December 12  Qi'.."  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Puhlishtd soery Thursday at thc Office,  Ktlowna, B.C.  IQHX LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor,  Subssrtptlon $1.50 per annum.  To United Slates $2.00 per annum.  Advertising tales upon application.  The Plymouth Rock the  Bird for the Farmer  very  [A Paper read by Mr. A. NOTLEY before  a meeting ol the Kelownn Poultry or  Pet Stock Association on Wednesday,  December 4th, I9I2.|  The Plymouth Rock is probably  better known and more widely  liked than any other breed of fowl.  1 he name is an appropriate one  nnd anything given a uood name  starts right on- the road to success, hut the Rocks under any  name would have been a success.  Ask ten fanners lo name their  favorite bird and nine will tell you  tlie Rocks are not lo be beaten.  Ask why it is, thev reply : Simply  because the Rocks are hardy and  good foragers, and therefore demand lillle nttciilion.  Activity and hardiness are always important, but much more so  when the owner has little time to  attend to them ; but the constant  inbreeding and neglect causes the  birds to be very much undersized  and comparatively unprofitable.  But all honor to whom it is due.  Some farmers have splendid Hocks  of this breed and attend to them  well, but when we come lo compare the farmers' Rocks with tl  exhibition Recks we see  wide contrast.  The breed has descended from  the Black Java lien crossed with  Dominique cock. It is from the  latter bird >ve get the beautiful  bailing. Often a black chicken  will hatch out in a brood, and this  is some proof of their ancestors  the Black Java hen.  Another thing that is often  noticed, too, is thc dark coloring in  the beak of some of the Rocks  and occasionally a little discoloring  iu the legs. Ihis also, I think  points to the Black Java which  has both black beak and legs.  It is an extremely difficult matter to breed for points as the  Standard requires it, and none but  an expert can do it. 1 he Standard  says the plumage should be grayish-white, each feather crossed  by regular, narrow, parallel, sharply-defined dark bars that stop  short of positive black ; free from  shafting, brownish tinije, or metallic sheen ; the light and daik bars  to be of equal width and to extend  throughout the lenglh of the  feathers in all sections of the bird,  each feather on females ending  with a narrow datk'tip, lhe combination of overlapping feathers  giving the plumage a bluish appearance. The colors should be  modified black and white in all  sections, the bars narrow, regular  and parallel across the feathers,  the overlapping of the feathers  producing a bluish tinge when  viewed under certain light reflections. The perfect bird should  show the same shade of color in  all sections and be barred to the  skin. 1 his barring to the skin has  become such a rage that many a  good bird is thrown out owing to  the one defect of not being barred  to the skin.  Just the same with the Rhode  Island Reds. No matter how good  a shape, size and surface color, il  it shows smutty undercolor it  loses its honors. I think thnt a  bird that has good size and vigor,  shape and surface color ; that Is  rich, clear and even, ought to take  the preference of undercolor, hul  it is useless to argue with scientific  breeders on this point, ns so many  have the color required by the  standard or nearly so.  The rocks are hardy birds and  good layers. They stand the cold  weather better than most breeds.  The meat is rather coarse but of  good flavor. One of their greatest  faults is extreme broodiness. Ihey  will sit on a glass egg or a china  ��� loor knob longer than any other  breed, but for utility and artistic  beauty they cunnol be bealen. The  true color cannot be learned bv  the Standard, only by observation.  The standard weight is, cock 9_lbs.,  hen 7i lbs., cockerel fl lbs., pullet  6J lbs.  If the rocks have limited range  they need to be carefully and  intelligently kept because thev are  a breed of bird that put on fat  very quickly, and it is very annoying when you kill and open one  to find that instead,of feeding for  eggs you have been feeding posterior fat; it is eggs that are  ��� wanted not fat.  Eggs are a me.al  in  themselves.  livery element necessary lo the  support of man is contained within the egg shell. It is the best of  nutriment in the most concentrated  form, and no honest appetite will  ever reject one. 1 hey are the very  best of nutriment for children.  1 hey contain all that is necessary  for the growth of the youthful  frame. Even the shell is valuable.  Any druggist will tell you it is the  very purest ot carbonate of lime.  With the exception of two  months moulting period Rocks are  all-year revenue producers, giving  quick returns for capital invested  with wise and intelligent management.  For manv years the Rocks have  been America's most popular  fowl. They have proven their value  as market poulliy and ns layers,  nnd as such they are classed as  general purpose fowls. I he chickens mature rapidly, and this breed  can be strongly recommended to  anyone growing poultry for market  There are six varieties of this  breed, hut the Barred is away  ahead the most popular.  The poultry business is in a very  prosperous condition and growing  at a wonderful rate, and I think 1  am quite right in saying lhat it  will be one of EC's leading  industries.  Get the right stock to start with.  Use common sense and stick-to-it-  ivenness. There is no business  lhat is so sure of success and so  certain of a market as is the poultry business.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone: No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  m>mmB��mmmBm******  Well  equipped  with  Steam  and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parts of the Lake  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kind'   of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Between Presbyterian tt new F.nglUli cliuttlirri)  BULBS  Chrysanthemums  Carnations  PALMER &R0GERS0N-Box 117  Telephone   -   88  and   Cents' Ri'bber   Heels  of the Best Makes  G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for llie  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  WE 1IAVE NOW  EVERY FACILITY  Hilt DOING  HIGH CLASS JOB PRINTING  If you are looking for  Something Good  have a look at these lots  as these are money makers:  Two Lots on Pendozi Street, 61 -it. frontage.     Corner,  $450 ; inside, $400.  .....       IA ;������  One or two on Richter street, 59-ft x 61 -ft. frontage,  $350 and $400.   Also some very cheap acre lots.  This is a splendid location either as an investment or if you are looking for a home.  Small House and one acre on Pendozi street, $3,500.  Five-roomed House Richter str. (city L. & W.)�� $1,700.  Large House and one acre, close in $8,000.  ALSO VARIOUS OTHER  CHEAP BUYS  I have Lots from $1 50 up  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and I will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  P. O. Box 495.   'Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block  Office open every -evening after supper.  Where Did You  Get That Pipe?  It's a Dandy I  Why, at " The Smokers' Store,"  of course  Ihey specialise in pipes. All their  pipes are selected by an expert  and they carry a splendid stock of  all makes, shapes and sizes.  You should see their Smokers'  Cabinets, Pipe Racks, Fancy Pouches, Cigar nnd Cigarette Holders  and Casas.  If you want nnything in the  SMOKE lint" for Xmas they have  it, and at a reasonable price, too.  J. B. WHITEHEAD  The " Smokers' Store."  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian Fruit   Lands Co.  Every man in this city who is contemplating the  purchase of a new Suit will find it to his  advantage   to   thoroughly  examine   our   line  We are sole agents in this city for the famous  20th Century Brand  of Fine Clothing  and have no hesitation in saying that no higher  grade of clothing is being placed on the Canadian  market to-day.  Our range is very complete and comprises all the  latest colorings in Tweeds and Worsteds. Our  stock is also complete in ell sizes from 35-in. to  44-in. chest measure.  Our variety of the ROUGH BROWN TWEEDS  which have proved so popular this season is one  of the leading features of our stock.  Well-dressed men realize how much depends on  the cut of his clothes, and in buying from us no  doubt need be felt as to the correctness oi even  the minutest detail. The aim of the manufacturers  of this brand of clothing haa been to surpass the  high standard of efficiency already attained and we  feel confident that once a wearer of the 20th Century  Brand you will swear by it and consider no other.  Prices range from $20 to $35  We would draw special attention to the swell line of clothing we are showing at  $15.00 per Suit  The sizes range from 35-in. to 44-in., and there are quite a  variety of Tweeds and Worsteds in both light and dark effects  These suits are exceptionally good values and at the price cannot be beaten  All One price see window display $15.00  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephpne  22 Thursday, December 2  The Orchard City Record  16th  Commencing Monday the  until Xmas m ,  SANTA CLAJJS will assist us in making our First Christmas Opening in  Kelowna, making his appearance every evening after 7 o'clock*  This Store has just received the first instalment of Gift  Goods and Contains Presents to Please Everybody  It is  worth your while to  come in and see our display, and Come Early.      Goods may be  selected at your pleasure and will be delivered for you Christmas Eve or at a specified time  You May Select From  Carpenter's Tool Chest for boys.  Miniature Farm "Wagon, an ideal gift for a boy.  Sleds (all prices), Express Wagons, Wheel Barrows.  Skates, Hockey Sticks, Pucks.  Go-Carts and Sleighs, for girls.  Miniature steel Range, for girls.  Roily,   Roaming,   Rocking, Climbing, Crawling,  Creeping Things.  Suitable Gifts for Any Home:  Flying Machines, Electrical Train, Merry-go-Round  A Bissell's Carpet Sweeper.  Carving Sets in Cases or on Cards from $ 1.50 up.  Pearl Handle Fruit Knives in a nice case.  Tea  Spoons, Coffee Spoons, Knives and Forks,  in cases.  SILVER MOUNTED GLASSWARE.    Only a limited number of these articles left and they must all go  this month.   BARGAINS. Fine Scissor Sets and Pocket Cutlery.  " Marbre '* Glass Vases ; I 5 color combinations ; scallop tops.  SEE   OUR   WINDOWS  Xmas Week Buying will be the best ever*     Don t.let the opportunity  to buy right pass you up.   Take advantage of what has been carefully  prepared to make your Xmas a very happy one*  DALGLEISH & HARDING  HARDWARE STORE The Orchard City Record  Thursday, December 12  II MllliSIMI I-a-lraTmys-a-  The Kelotonu Land  and Orchard Co.,  .iMITED,  FRUIT  LANDS  HND  GITY  LOTS  CALL OK WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE:  Belgo. Block -  Kelotona, B.C.  V':i '���i'"'-;     ������;������-������ :.f%  hJ^?<'iu__l    ....'����� *_��� I'Sffii     j^iSziik-vtTi'i   ri *ti   ^ '  Much of the pleasure and  all the healthiness of good cooking  are helped by the use of reliable  cooking utensils. We buy cooking  utensils only from the best makers  you can be sure, tlierefore, of reliable  goods when you buy lieie.  Let ua ahow you aome of the following:  Food Choppers Covered Roast Pans  " Queen " Pudding Boilers  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump)  Taber Smokeless   -  $10.00 per ton  $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA, B.C.  Trlephona  06  Town and Country  Mrs. J. W. Davidson will not  receive tliis Friday and not again  until llie seeonil Friday in January.  Mr. H. J. Meugens and bis bride  came up from the coast this week.  Jim Patterson returned last week  end from Vancouver.  lhe Okanagan Telephone Co.  expect to cut over on to their new  system early next week.  A public meeting in favor of  women's suffrage will be held in  Kaymer's Small Mall on Wednesday, December 18th, at 8 p.m.  Miss Dorothy Davis and other  speakeis will be present.  In view of a possible shut down  the sewerage engineers have rushed woik during the past week,  the pile-driver being kept busy  until late in the evening working  by the aid of electric lights which  have been installed along the pipe  line.  The usual B.C. Horse monthly  dance is being bold in the Opera  blouse to-night.  Mr. W. B. M. Calder received  this week the sad news of the  death of bis brother. Dr. Calder, ol  Regina, but who had quite recently  io!d out his interests there and  retired to southern California.  The adjourned meeting of the  Agricultural & Trades Association  is called for Saturday afternoon at  2 30 p.m.  Mr. J. R. Whitehead has gone in  extensively this year for pipes,  tobaccos and all smokers'supplies  especially fancy articles for Christinas presents. A new window has  been put into the store to accommodate these goods.  We are glad to learn that Mr.  McKeown, who has been in hospital at Vancouver for some time  past, is progressing favourably and  s expected back in Kelowna in a  few weeks. Mr. Macdonald, a  former proprietor of the barber  shop, is assisting with the business  for the winter.  Ihe Kelowna Poultry Association have made arrangements with  [lie A- H< I. Association to use the  agricultural building for tbe purposes' of their first annual shew  which is to be held on January 2nd  and 3rd next. The show promises  to be a popular one, and already  word has been received of large  numbers of entries from all parts  of the valley. Efforts are being  iniule to put the show on a firm  looting from the very first, and the  management are sparing no pains  to make it a notable event amongst  poultry keepers of tbe disirict.  Improvements and additions are  being made to the coops, which  aie a'si heilig placed inside the  main building. Catalogues have  now been issued and mav be bad  from the secretary, Mr. E. L. Ward,  the president, Mr. J. C. Stockwell,  Mr. A. Notley, or any of lee committee.  hollowing are the contributions  for November to the Kelowna hospital, thankfully acknowledged by  the secretary :���  Ce ). Whelan, $25 ; Mrs. M. E,  Cameron, $15; K. B. Kerr, $10.  In kind: The MacKcnzie Co , 24  tins of meat and chicken ; Friend,  3 sacks of onions ; Mrs. Peabody,  9 jars of fruit ; Mrs. Meikle. 12  quarts fruit and pickles ; Mr. Birk-  ett, 7 wild ducks (presented to lhe  musing staff) ; Friend, I sack of  mixed vegetables ; Mrs. Doyle, sr.,  2 jars of (mil.  The board of directors wish lo  thank those members of the Masoi .  Ic fraternity who so kindly added  to the furnishing of lhe nurses' sitting-room in ' the hospital, the  handsome present amounting to a  value of $150. This will very  materially add to the comfort of  the hospital staff and is greatly appreciated by them.  |   PROFESSIONAL AND  |      BUSINESSJJJARDS^  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Block  P.O. Box, 09  Kelowna  (   1 l.rvey. BA, Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,,  CIVIL.  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  xliibitioMI Hoynl College   ol   Muiic,   ��mr. lately  ith Kondriclt Pyne,  Mu��. Doc. prBaKhl of the  Cathedral, Mancheiter, Eng.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Trsncli  Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   of   every   description   supplied.  P.O  ox 437.  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  |>. 0. Ilox I1�� Tlione 00  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Receives Pupils at his Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for Lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  1 year*' previous esperipme    Will play for danrea  AJilrcs, Box 257. Krlowna. B.C.   'Plione 67  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  I lorses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & nUIIBER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build  inge, I own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Orflan, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Sic  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Anocinlo of the Royal College of Organist*, Lond.)  Give* lessons in  the  above subjects  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  at local   examination*  (Trinity  College, London)  13   years' successful   teaching experience  Studio    >    Raymer Block  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL F.NCINEEK  Aiiuc. Mem, Can, Soc. C. E        Graduate Toronto  University  Watcrworki and Sflweraite Systems. Pumpins and  I ightini Planli, Concrete Con-  itruction. etc.  B. C.  KELOWNA,  If you ure troubled with chronic consti-  patinn, the mild and gentle effect of Cham-  bt-rlf.in's Tablets mirkcs them especially  suited to your case. For sale by all dealers.  Just About Now is the Right Time  to call in and renew your subscription lo llie " Record.'  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual* McGill Unrvanily)  Residence :    LAWRENCE  AVE.  Messages   may   be   left   at   the   office   of  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  1..R.A.M. (London)  teachei correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plant and Estimate* Furnished  Residence,    10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONE 95  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MFAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town,; &]���� and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There it only one GLENMORE. Don't mias ths opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and wa will  ���how you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Terms easy,  monthly payment! if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  GO   TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you want a  BARGAIN  IN  REAL ESTATE  They have the best value, in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Boo.ter"  Come and  see  us   and   get   our  prices before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Ural Estate and Insurance Broken  'Phone 25 KELOWNA. B.C.  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have how a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, December 12  Tha Orchard Cftu RaeortT  LOOK  If you are in neeil of Heavy nr Light  come and se - our stock.    We carry the best line in'  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and-English Saddles  ���   (both ladies' and gents').   All kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and  see  our stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order.  rvepainng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,         ���  -Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in ' ,  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  -h/fuM^mcM  prWuU /TtcremrYUtf  t^l>ertrfU AH ^fri, /I x  1  8Mj4prlj^  vou know tnat vou e^^ov a food  fnatPi^vihen vou eonw home Aom  uoub whk. uou djwnd loh oj time  in fed) vou mifkt iutt d$ v*M tie  &>mfyMa$le. a dop djMfifv mat-  PireiUi^i^adclitovou^eom^t. the  ntaftU&tvWi^d^mtfow-fi. vm  act them Aed&^h<iwnei>M>nedeomJ4itf  in oUen^ M> ou\ matfoeteeb aheetean  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Hornet Happy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET .  (BetWMn Praakylarian or new Englial, church..)  BULBS  Chrysanthemums  Carnations  PALMER & R0GERS0N- Box 117  Telephone   ���   86  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Amusemerits  David Garrick  " David Garrick," the play to be  presented by the -Summerland  Player* orf Saturday, December  2 I si was first produced in London  in 1864, when the inimitable Snth-  erri of Lord Dundreary f arfie play d  Garrick, but he. waa not -the only  actor who achieved distinction in  this part, fbr It has proved to be  one of the most important mediums of the art of Sir Chaifes  Wyndham, who periodically revives the play with the greatest-  success, r  The story, founded on a pretended incident in Garrick's life,  waa first dramatized for the Get-  man stage, then translated into  French, and eventually adapted  for the English stage by Ti W.  Robertson.       ��� . ���     ^  The Scene opens in the home of  a wealthy city merchant, Simon  Ingot, whose only daughter lias  fallen in love with Garrick, whom  she haa seen on the stage but has  never met. The love proves to be  something more than a mere stage  infatuation, so much no that her  father, who is anxious that she  should marry her cousin, became  greatly concerned and determines'  to send.for Garrick with the view  of asking him tp leave the stage,  in fact the country, in the hope  that being no more able to see Irm  his daughter may in time forget  him.,Garrick arrives and of coin ee  ridicules the idea of giving up a  profession to which he is bound  heart and soul. - He, however, proposes a plan by which he promises the father to disillusion the  girl. He induces the father to ask  him to a dinner that Ingot is giving  that night and to some old friends,  friends that he knew when he was  poor.  In the second act the guests arrive, an odd company, and one  in which Garrick finds himself  strangely out of 'place. The last  to enter the room and be presented  to Garrick is the daughter, whom  he no sooner sees than he realizes,  too late, that he has promised to  disillusion the one woman who  has ever created a really deep impression upon him, although he  has only seen her as a member of  the audience. However, he has  given his worcl of honor to the  father, and he keeps his promise  so well that it was not long hefore  the spell begins to work. ln lhe  words of Chivy, an acquaintance  his, " he acts lhe drunkard, lhe  gamester and lhe bully, everything  to disgust thc girl," and with   such  that she .eventually orders him out  of the house.  In the following scene she discovers that not only is he in love  with her but that the role of drunkard and Gambler was only assumed to'disillusion'her on account of  a promise given to her father.  She also hears that this escapade  has led him into a duel, which she  determines to avert at any cost.  The following morning she goes  to Carrier's house and meets him  on his return from the duel. Her  father who has followed her comes  in just in time to hear-Gairick advise her to go bock, at,once to her  home.       .���    . . .,.,,  Whelhor this advice was acted  upon or not will be seen by, those  who attend the perfomlance oh  Saturday, December 21st.    ,  -Variety. Entertainment  Judging from the . manner in  whioh lhe Musical & Dramatic Society are going after the arrangements for the. " Variety Entertainment," to be given in' the Opera  House or Thursday .the..19lh, that  function ought lo be a huge success. No efforts have been spared  toiprbcure positively the best tal  ent in the district���and some remarkably good features are on the  hill. ��� It is surprising the number  of clever people that can be unearthed locally, when nn enterprising society Tike our local amateurs  get down to business. Now, for  instance there is Mr. and Mrs.  Soames Who are putting on a clever  little playlet entitled " The Man in  the Street." Why���they have, delighted Drury Lane audiences with  their clever.acting and have also  successfully toured Australia���so  we have local people with a worldwide reputation. Then there is  Miss. Crowcr.of.t-an artist at the  Skirt Dance, and the Taylors in the  Kafir War Dahce in complete  native costume ; Mr. N. Bornholdt,  violin soloist, and some fine sing-'  ing bv Miss Edgelow, Mrs. Soames  Miss Francis A. Pearson, L.R.A.M.,  and Mr. R. J. Stone.  Taken altogether this aggregation  ought to make all'previous efforts  pale into insignificance. There is  every reason to expect a bumper  house so book your seats early at  Crawford's.  We wiah to cnll vour Attention to llie  fact tlmt moat infectious diaeaacs such as  whooping couch, diplithrria und acnrlet  fever are contracted wlien (lie child lias a  cold. Cfininberlairi'a Cotlyli Kerned,' will  quickly cure a cold arid prentlv leaaen the  danger of conlraclipR these diaenaes. T lis  remedy i�� Famous for its cures of colds.  It cenlnins no opium or other 'narcotic and  may he given to a child with implicit  confidence.   Sold by all dealera.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK^  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leaves Westbank 9,30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Ljavcs Kelowna 11 a.m.  i Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE.  FRIDAYS;  Leaves Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  , Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  - Phone .No. 108  An  ad. in  the " Record!'J.  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon  people  knowing you're there  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   -   $75,000  MONEY TO  LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE,  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  Christmas Presents  'Like everyone tlie you are no doubt facing' (he yearly problem of  what to give to your family and friends in the way <>1 a Christmas  Gift. You are seeking somethinR pretty and attractive and useful  enough to be valued and treasured.  We Can Help You-  J     Call in and see our splendid showing of  Cut Glass, French China,  Art and Fancy China  A Dainty and Attractive Selection  Electric Reading Lamps  From $6 to $45  Electric Irons, Toasters,  Heaters, Broilers, &c.  And Every Article Guaranteed  Dicvcles ^or t'ie k��yor ^or '^e o'^er ��ne8-  Our atoclt   it  full of  useful  nigseilioni  for Gill purpoaea, and il will pay  you In cniirrr anrS look around.  GEO. F. JAMES - Rendozi Street  P. O. Box 90  Telephone 54  G. RE. HUDSON  Landscape and  .    Portrait  Photographer  Lurgeat Studioa is ike Interior  Portrait, by apperiatmaiat  Pendozi Street,   -  JUUwu  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FAR  .Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violet*  H. LYSONS  Kfelo  Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles; Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings,  Etc '���'.':.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  Of the many  things that you are going to have at Xmas  CANDIES  are the most important, and just as important it is  that you should get the freshest and best kinds of  candies. We are exclusive confectioners and  devote our entire attention to thnt line of business,  and therefore ire 1 a position to give you the  very best, grades obtainable at the same price as  you would pay for cheaper kinds. We stock over  600 different varieties of candies, and below will  mention a few of our Xmas leaders:���  Clarnico's  Almond Paste Bon Bons  Marzipan Bon Bons  Marzipan Chocolates  .Glace Pineapple  Desert Fruits (Glace)  Fruit and Acid Drope  Cream Bon Bons  Sugar Almonds  Satinettes (15 flavors)  Chrystalized Cherries & Fruits  Buchanan's  Almond paste Sntines iri over 20 varieties.  Ziegler's  Peanut-Butter Bon Bons. ��.  Our Own Make  ��� Over 40 varieties of Nut Toffies, Caramel Fudges, &c.  Chocolates  We have the biggest and best assortment of Chocolates  ever shown in Kelowna, including Ganong's G. B.  Chocolates, ��� Moir's, Buchanan's, Webb's Cadbuiy's  Rowntree's, Lowney's, Haida and McConkey'a  Chocolatea in Bulk and Boxea.  Fancywork Baskets and Boxes  filled with best chocolates is another line superior to  any ever shown here before. The assoitment is big  and we assure you that you will find just what you  wanl by looking over these lines.  Santa Claus Stockings  and Toys of all kinds, filled with candies,from 5r. to $3,  Toys and Dolls  A very large assortment at the right price*.  Crackers  Too numerous to mention, but you will find what vou   j  want by looking them over.  Almond Paste  and Allan's pure Cider for your Xmas baking. Nuts,  oranges and fruits of ail kinds.  Pipes, Cigars and Tobaccos  of all kinds. Don't forget a box of B. N. A. T. Co.'s  (made in Kelowna) cigars.  GET THE  HABIT:   For the best go to  ALSGARD'S ^fefr Kelowna, B.C.  P.S.���During Chriatmai week parcels will be delivered *  ��� to all parti of the city. The Orchard City Record  Thursday, December 12  Mission Creek and  Benvoulin Notes  The regular wtekly meeting of  the Benvoulin Literary Society will  be held on Friday evening, December 13th in the Mission Creek  school at 7.30 p.m. The programme includes a debate, the subject being, " Resolved that government ownership of public utilities  is more beneficial than private  ownership.'* The affirmative will  betaken by Mr. Weaks and -Mr.  Reid, and tbe negative by Mr.Ssett  and Mr. Rust. This subject should  prove   an   interesting   discussion.  After the debate a short talk on  " Maple Sugar Making," is to be  given by the Rev. H. S. Kimball.  A cardial invitation is extended to  all.  The following clipping from the  ''New Hampshire Sentinel" will  interest many of our readers :���  Surrey Congregational church  has been so fortunate |aa to have  had the services of the Rev. H. S,  Kimball for three years as pastor.  He preached his last sermon aa  pastor last Sunday and took for hia  text. " What is Your Life)" The  attendance was Urge notwithstanding the rainy weather. At the  close of the sermon he expressed  entire satisfaction in his relstions  with the church and people. Mr.  and Mrs. Kimball go next week to  Britiah Columbia, where their son-  in-law, Mr. Bowser, and family live.  The climate there will no doubt  benefit their health and give them  a change. Mr.Kimball has'preach-  ed nearly fifty years without any  rest. He will be greatly missed  here, and we are sorry ha ia not  to continue with us longer. He  has lived amongst ua a life that  exemplifies the truth he preaches.  Hopeful, courageous, cheerful, winsome, he is a faithful aervant of  hia master, Jesus Christ. The  community will feel a genuine loaa  whan he goes, as his attitude toward everyone haa been kindly  and friendly. One person haa put  it, " Hia presence is a benediction."  Cities, like men, have careers,  which to a great extent are determined by environment and to a  great extent by the innate energy  and the habitual ethical standards  of their inhabitants. The city can  no more escape from thr penalties  of early heedlessness than a man  can remove from hia life the acars  left by recklessness and wicked'  nees ni his youth.�����. F. Wile*.  Whan jrera have . bilioua attack five  Chamberlaina Tableta a trial. They are  cicallent.    For aala by all d.alen.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Kelowna Board of  School Trustees  TENDERS FOR  BUILDING  SEALED TENDERS will b. received by  lb. undefined up ta 5 p.m. of th. Third  day at January, 191), (or th. erection ���( ���  ten-room school St Kelowna, B.C., building  to b. of brick and to b. completed not  later tha. Aaguat 1st. 191). All tender.  to b. considered mult b. accompanied by  a certified1 cheque for at leaat ) par cant,  of th. tender ; thia cheque mad. payable  to th. ordor of th. Treasurer of the Kelowna School Board. Th. cheque will be  forfeited to th. School Board in th. event  of th. auccssaful contractor refusing or  neglecting to enter into and complete th.  farm of contract aubmitted with the plana  and opecincatione for tha building within  ten days from th. date of notification ao to  do by th. architect or chairman of the  School Board.  Th. auccaeaful contractor will b. required te fumiih an approved bond of 10 per  cent, of th. amount of his contract.  Th. elans, apseificetiona, and all nccce.  eery information may b. had from th.  aeeretery of th. School Board, Kelowna,  B.C. ai C. E. NobUs. Architect, Lethbridge,  Alt..  U H. DUNN,  Secretary,  Kelev/ne Board ef School Tl ualcee  Kelowna. B.C..  November 23rd, 1912. I.)  Diamonds  |T ia not because the price of  ' Diamonds has doubled in the  laat six years and that they are  liable to increase mora each year  that we are so anxious you should  see our selection this season, but  because, for Xmas Gifts, there ia  nothing ao refined, as absolutely  complete in itself as a nice Blue-  White Diamond. It ia one gift  above all others that is appreciated  moat. It will laat for ever and increase in value each year.  Single Stone. from $17.50-$365  Diamond and Ruby $17.50 $75  Diamond & Sapphire SI7.50-$ I35  Special designs made to order  for the  li  Xmas  Cut Glass and Fine  China-Sterling Silver  /"^OME to iu With your Xmas trouble.  *" aad wsrrlaa aud w. un car. lor  many of them from tha above goods. Read  thia liet and M. If wa are net correct.  CutClaaa���  Bowl.  Vasss  .   Nappiee  Tumbler.  WineC  Decanters  Cologne Bottles  Starling Silver���  Spoon.  Bon Bens  Punas  Cisaiette Caeca  Match Sana  Sah. At Pepper.  Salt Banks  Sugars and Creams    Peealls  Cream and Susan  Kara! Doult.a CUaa-Bawls, Cr.em and  Sugara, Jug., Plates. Te. Pole,  Rosa Jars, Its,  Wealgwaacl nnd Worcester -Cup, and  tensers, Tea Sak. Sw.  Read the Four Corners of this Ad.  Watches  Beauty and Utility  THAT i. wnat can b. aaid of our  Watches. Th. caaej. are manufactured by th. leading factorlss and only  th. highest quality of workmanship and  material ia ussd. Ths mov.rn.nU w. hav.  been uaing for upward of .even year! end  ihey hav. long .inc. proved their superiority ov.r anything .le. w. can procure.  All watchea ar. personally gu.nnt.wi  Th. moat auiiable for Xmaa Gift. arc-  Strap Watch*, from $6 to $91  Boy'. Watch 7 (ewele   $5.00  UdiM'.GoldFillet) 7  Ladies', Mc.       I)  Cants.' Nickel 7  Cents: Cold Filled 7  Cente.'SolidCold 17  $16.00  $32.30  $9.00  $14.00  $70.00  W. alee hav* a vary complete stash of  Lftdiee' .nd Gentlemen's Chelns snd Fobs.  We would like every peraon in Kelowna to some and examine our  atock and aee whet en attractive  display of Jewelry, Cut Claas, Silverware end Novelties we are offering  this saaaon.  GIFTS FOR MAILING  W*�� ���aptMially ester lo th-to lor so n.��ny ol  our articUs ara small and eaaily omt. Buy  from na and wa will pack and tend lha  parcal lor you, thnt assuring aala arrival.  Annual Watch Guessing Contest  SATURDAY, December 14th  u  Xmas Pre sent Specialist   KELOWNA  Brooches & Pendants  TO meet the requirements' in  this department we have purchased Brooches end Pendants  from Canada, United Statea and  England and France, so can offer  you a very large selection from  which to choose.  Pearl Brooches in Solid Cold $1 75  Pearl Broochea in Solid Gold  $5.00 to $18.00  Amethyst and Pearl Brooches  in Solid Cold, $6.50 to $60.00  Pearl Pendanta for evening wear,  $21.00, $35.00. $60.00, etc.  Th. assortment of $5.00 Peer) Brooche. is  wsll worth ssebif  AU Goods neatly pecked in Boies  Beautiful Large Size Solid Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp  GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE  We are offering our New Brand Kerosine oil which we claim to be the Best Grade  of oil made yet. In refining this oil we use a double process, which takes out all bad  odors.     This oil will give a Clear White Light and last longer.  In order to advertise this oil, and get the people of the northwest using our oil, we are going to give away  2000 of our new style, large size Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp that stands 24 inches high and has a large White  Dome Glass Shade. This lamp gives 100 candle power light, and is a Beautiful Lamp for any home, and cannot  he bought at any store for less than $6.00.  OUR OFFER  Send us an order for one Barrel of our famous Silver White Kerosine Oil, that holds 42 Imperial Gallons or  52 American gallons at 27jjc a gallon. We will send you Free one of our Parlor Lamps as mentioned above, and  if you are not well pleased with this oil and lamp we will make no charges for what oil you have used and will  refund your money cheerfully. We make prompt shipments  and pack lamp so it cannot be broken. We will give away  only 2000 of these lamps, so fill out coupon below, and send  us your order at once.  Address all orders to��� y  Empire Oil Co.  Empire Oil Co.                                                           '  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Enclosed find $11.55.     Please send me one barrel of your  Kerosine Oil, with which 1 am to receive one of your Parlor  Lamps FREE? with the understanding that if I am not satisfied  my money will be returned.  Box 2196 Winnipeg, Manitoba.  We will pay you $1.50 for Barrel when Empty. rhursdat), December \?  The Orchard Oitij Record  fermit Us to  Innounce  \e Opening  Our  foliday Display  of  aft Goods  fl The result of many  months' careful buying  and preparing. We feel  that our efforts have been  remarkably successful ���  obtaining the best assortment we have ever had at  the lowest import prices.  )/ne  and Si  ee  B. Willits ft Co.  j&UGGISTS and STATIONERS  " Kelowna.     B.C.  [.ONE 19  B.C.'s Natural Resources  SYNOPSIS OP COAL  MININC REGULATIONS  Twelve parties of the Forest  Branch of lhe Department of Lands  are now in the field, in the valleys  of the Adams, Salmon. North  Thompson, Omineca and Columbia Rivers, in the region of Mable  Lake and along the route of the  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   G. T. P., making a  rapid  recon-    naissance   survey   of   2i   million  Coal mining riant, ol the Dominion in fc.r?*' . The object of lhe under-'  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the taking is to get a general idea nn-  Yukon Territory, tit. North-west Torritor- mediately of the natural resources,  jee, and In a portion of th. Province, of fcul.ide of minerals.   The foresters  Untiah Columbia, may be leaeed tora.tsnrr I <ii    __,_    j  l        .L  oftw.nty.oney..r..t.n��.nu.lr.nt.lof ft" notf ">��> topography, the  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acrea will bodies ot water and water powers,  be leaeed to on. applicant. the extent of abaolute  forest  land  Application for ths Use must bs made anr] trie agricultural areas, the na-  by the applicant in person to the Ag.nt or , r ,l . _   ������       j ��� ,  Sub-Agent of th. district in which th. '��re of the so I, and in a rough way  righu applied for ere aituoled. the amount of timber.  ln surveyed territory the lend must bf il is a difficult   work,  especially  deKribedbysKUon.,orln��NnW'vieions co^,idering   |ho  seaBon    b���,   ,l,e  of eoctione, and in uneurreyed territory the  m_^ _,       .    .,      .    i        -.L  tr^ct applied for shell be staked out by the m��n ar* �������.'�� ��he task   with   a  applicant himself. wl"> under Unef of Surveys, H. K.  Each application must b. accompanied Robinson, aiid it is expected  thai  by .fee of $5 which will be  'efundod if [n ,(,�� cour,e 0f J- few mont|19 8llf.  tho nghts applied for are not available, but  r- ���    , ���  . < .. .,, ,     .    ,       ,  not otherwise.   A royalty shall be paid on 'lclent information will be in hand  th. merchenteblo output of th. mine at to complete a map which will be a  the rate of five cents per ton. revelation to the public.  Thei person operating tha min. ahall fur- Undoubtedly   there   are   meny  nish the Agent with sworn returns eccount- ,.    ,      r i     j  ing for the full quantity of merchantable tracts ol land, many water powers  coat mined and pay the royalty thereon. If and timber areas which might   be  th. coal mining rights sr. not bring oper. immediately utilized, if ihey   were  ated, such relume ehould be furnished at |ocated wj,|, gteater accuracy than  leaet one a year. .   ..        ,  . Tho lease will include tho coal mining at Present,  rights only, but th. lessee may b. permitted to purchase whatever Available eurface ���*  rights may be coneidered necessary for the I  working of th. min. at the r.t�� of $10 en Electric Power from Sawdust  Mr..  For full information application ahould  be made to the eeeretary of the Department      A company made-up of Vancou-  of the Intenor, Ottawa, or to ��ny Agent or .,, , ,.   j   .  Sub-Agent of Dominion Und.. ver mill owner,  have  applied  to  W. W. CORY. the city council for a franchise   to  Deputy Miniaier of the Interior, sell steam heat   and   electric   light  N.B.���Unauthorized publication ot thie and power, from a plant in   which  advertisement wiU not b. paid f.r. sawdust ann other mill refuse will    be used for fuel.    The application  for the franchise grew out of com-  Oyama residents are petitioning ��UintB ma?e  aSain8t  mil' owne"  the postmaater-general to  change '��,r P/5���'"1"8 8awdl" and. 8mo1ke  the name of their town to Kala- filled w'L>h dust, to escape into lhe  malka.      Oyama,   they    explain,  sounda too Japanese for their taate.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist'  KELOWNA    i    B.C  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  .Axle Grease  Cood stuff  One pound tins. 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker    - -     Kelowna  air much to the annoyance of citizens. The mill owners propose to  burn all of the refuse in developing heat and electrical energy and  at I & same time abate the nuisance.  The various mill plants will be  used as substations and in litis way,  it is thought, it will be unnecessary  to maintain the high pressure needed when the steam and power are  generated at one central station.  The men behind the Vancouver  plan declare they can produce  heat and electricity cheaper than  in plants which have to purchase  .cpfll for fuel. ��� Pacific Lumber  Trade Journal.  I'  ���   WILSON & HILL  REAL ESTATE  Room 8   -   Crowley Block  We handle some of the choicest sub-divisions  in tho City of Kelowna, and investors can  be aura of   good returns on their money.  Investigate our sub-division of Block 26, close to C.N.R. station  site.   Lots 40 x 139 ft.    All good level building lots, and absolutely certain to rise quickly in value.   Price $300 up, on easy  terms to suit the small investor.  We are open lo list City and Farm Properly.  A Job will  Always Look Better  For Being Done  WELL  ..I* n -i.       I  We have every facility for doing  Job Printing  Half-Tone Work  Rush Jobs of all kinds  RECORD OFFICE  Germany is planning to create  an air fleet consisting at first of  twenty Zepperlin dirgibles of 820,-  000 cubic feet capacity and a  speed of 50 miles an hour, capable remaining aloft for four days  without landing. Each airship will  carry one ton of explosives. A  bill to this effect will be introduced  in the Reichstag by the government.  A total of 57 ocean steamers entered the port at Montreal during  September. This is one more lhan  arrived the preceeding month.  The Chief Forester of the province announced recently the earnest desire of the Forest Branch in  Victoria to assist those who require  information on any phase of the  forest industry.  Russia began a forest policy in  1613 and had forest reserves in  1687.   She possesses  to-day,  the  greatest store   of   timber   in   the  world.  One forest in France pays over  20 million dollars annually. Such  a thing as a fire, oi course, is unknown.  There is a town in Europe whose  citizens receive a dividend over  and above the municipal expenses.  Wise use of the surrounding forest  has made it a permanent and growing revenue producer.  France has spent over 40 million  dollars in an endeavor to prevent  the esosion of the soil from mountains whose slopes have been denuded, of timber through forest  fires.  The forest industry had a value  to British Columbia in 1911 of  $28,000,000���almost equivalent to  the value of the foodstuffs produced and imported.  H. P. MacMillan, chief forester  of the province, has established a  bureau of information in the Forest Branch,'Victoria, from which  statistics, etc., regarding the forest  and the forest industries may be  had.  I10YAI, UECOUECTiOJfS  The  ICr.isini   Fingcr-Sonis  Not   Xow  Used  nt   Itiiynl   lMuuers  and  Sonic Smart Answers tilveu  to Emperor Wllllnni.  Io "Some Recollections" Canon  Tel��niiiouih Shore, who hus Just died,  tells a curious story or the reason  why finger-bowls nre uot placed on  the table during the dinners of the  Royal household. The explanation was  (urnJshed by Sir John Uuweli, Muster  of tho Household.  . "He explained to me," suys the  Canon, "thut In the old days, when  {there was a certain Jacobite element  even ta the vicinity of the Court, it  bad been noticed that on the toast  M 'The Kins' being given after dinner, eome of those present used to  tnetttt their glass over the finger-bowl,  knd tt was discovered that thus they  Idrank 'To the King over the water,'  anil the temptation to uo so was removed hy the abolition of the finger-'  howls!"  Aa account of an amusing conversation between King Edward, the  Oorauii Emperor, and the Canon Is'  also given ln tlie book mentioned.'  King Edward and the Knincr were on  la brief visit to Prince ond Princess  iOharlea of Hesse, at Cronhorg, und  came over to the town one day lo,  unveil a memorial to the Princess'  Elizabeth of Hesse.  "After the ceremony they expressed  a wish to see the memorial in tlie  English church to the late Empress  Frederick. I accompanied their Majesties, and on entering the building  the Emperor turned to me.  " 'Now, Canon,' h�� said, 'how many  noes the church hold?'  "'In the season, your Majesty,' I  renllcd, 'there are about three Iran-1  &or   three   hundred   and   fifty  nt.'  "'And how many of them are asleep  during the sermon?' he asked, with a|  Hugh.  "'1 must beg your Majesty,' I said,  "not to think that 1 preach every Sun-!  Bay!'  "The Kilng, who seemed amused and,  pleased at the answer, remarked:��� ���  "'You see ,you must get up early1  to walk round my chaplain.'  "'Yes, and a good walk too!' said  the Emperor, with a glance at my  somewhat bulky figure.  "'Yes,' said the King.' 'You know,  Tolgnniouth Shore, you are putting  on weight'  . "'Well, at all events,' said the Emperor, with a most gracious smile,!  %e never needs to do that In the^  Ipulplt!'"  A Dae Moines man had an attack of  muscular rheum.tiem in his shoulder. A  friend advi.cd him to go to the Hot  Springe. That meant an expense of $150  or more. Ho sought for a quicker end  cheeper wa): to cure it and found it in  Uiambeiuun a Liniment. Three days elter  the first application of this liniment he  was well.   For sale by all dealers.  TWO Al'MENCES  Mr, lloniir Law Speaks (o Lions and:  Hyenas,  Never, perhaps, has a leading politician delivered a speech under more,  extraordinary conditions thuu those  Whioh characterized a meeting three  years ago at Mountain Ash, Glanior-  grari when Mr. Bonar Law, thc new  Leiaaer of tlie Opposition ' wns announced to speak. The pavilion at  Mountain Ash, which will seat more  than 10,000 people, had been let to  Hia Tory Party (or Mr. Bonar Law'B  meeting. Almost immediately afterwards Messrs. Hoatock and Wombwell  came along and offered forthwith to  rent tlie big ���bulldtng for the winter.  Tho hall was lei to them, and the  Conservatives iwore told lhat they  could not have It for their demonstration.  Mr. Llttlejohns, the orgnuizor, informed the owners that his meeting  would bs held there at all costs.  After some complimentary passages  at arms had hceii exchanged It was  decided that the lions and edephanta  and hyenas should form part of Mr.  Boner Law's audience, but that they  should be walled ln with canvas  matting. They were well fed before  ths meeting, and thc show bund was  engaged so ihul the animals should  pot be disturbed with strange music.  Znalde the wall their keepers marched  to and fro with prods to prevent the  lions and monkeys from Interrupting  the speakers.  Mr. Bonar Law arrived late, and  was unconscious of the fact thnt he*,  was Addressing two audiences. As  the human audience applauded, how-  ���Ver, the prods were vigorously used  to prevent -the listeners in the cages  from discording the chorus.  When Mr. Bonar Law reached his  peroration one of tho lions was so  struck with the force of the argument  that he 'hollowed forth his approval.  It waa an anxious moment. The prod,  however, opposed his applause, and  be subsided In disgust  When Mr. Bonar Law had finished  and had sat down he said to Mr.  Llttlejohns: "I thought It was a very  successful attempt by some Liberal  opponent to Imitate a lion's voice."  OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, Dec. 14, '12  ��� Matinee at 3 p.m.  Night performance at 8.30 p.m.  The   ..  English Imperial  Hand Bell Ringers  Solos, Duets, Quartettes and Glees      Musicians,        Vocalists,       Entertainers,  e  A Perfect Entertainment  A Chance for the Youngsters  To  give all the  kiddies in Kelowna  and  District an  opportunity to hear a good clean refined musical show  we offer  A Bargain  Matinee  Children 10c.    -   Adults 50c.  Prices at evening performance:  s  Reserved $1 and 75 c.  General Admis. 50c.      Children 50c.  Reserved seats on sale'at Crawford's store  OPERA HOUSE     I  THURSDAY, December 19  Variety Entertainment  Under the Auspices of the Kelowna Musical & Dramatic Sociely  Some Singing  Some Dancing  Some Music  Everybody who is anybody will be there  Till:  iVOMlKKH'l. IIA ItN  In Ireland, in the county of Klldare,  nol far distant from Lelxlip, Is a  very picturesque architectural effort,  oonunonly called "The Wlnderful  Ham." It Is built of brick and has  six storeys. Each storey Internally,  Is dome-shaped, and In the centre of  each floor Is a round hole, so fashioned that by means of tackle sacks of  corn can be lowered or raised from  floor lo floor. The ordinary moans  of entrHuce and access Is by way of  a oockscrevv flight of steps, which is  carried around aud outside the building, being connected with doors on  each floor. Th* whole structure Is  75ft. high, and was built with ths  chief object of providing employment  for the out-of-works of the district.  Admission 75c.     Reserved Seats $1  Children 50c.  Programme to commence at 8.30 sharp  Seat Sale at Crawford's Stationery Store  MUFFS FOB MEN  Although' the muff Is now exclusively an nrtlele of feminine apparel, it wns when first Introduced  to England, toward thc cross of the  sixteenth century, used by both mon  nnd women. In fact, In the seventeenth (.eulurj It was generally regarded ns an Kseuf-al part of the  dross of a man o:' fashion. The muffs  than used werr- Mlnewhflt similar lo  iho prccal fatCivOH ��� ltrso and  bulky.  OPERA  HOUSE  SATURDAY, December 21  Special Engagement of  The Summerland Players in  David Garrick  A Costume Play of I 742 by T. W. ROBERTSON  This is positively one of the finest productions ever staged by  this popular company  Admission 75c.     Reserved Seats $1  Children 50c.  Seats on Sale at Crawford's Stationery Store The Orchard Cittj Record  Thursday, December 12  IHBBBnnCli;   1_... --:-��� " TJjmr?-:-.-j?;.t>rJrja.-e^'';t>E-jss'i ������1.ija����.-^js--*-^^r-.TrJ t-^-jnp^v-  Th  e  Store of Plenty  G  ETTING ready for Xrnas  is one of the pleasant things now  just at hand. You may confidently come  here for everything in the line of eatables  and that is the most important part of the  preparations. Our large fresh stock of  tie finest fruits obtainable has now arrived.  Come in and compare our prices and  quality, unci you can't beat it.  Choicest Raisins, 16-oz. pkg. 2 for 25c.  Currants      ,,      ,, ���     ���  ���      Sultanas     -       - 1 Oc. pkg.  ' ,,      Peels -       -       - 25c. lb.  ,,      Heinz Mincemeat 25c. lb.  ,,      Shelled Walnuts - 50c. lb.  ,,           ���       Almonds 50c. lb.  Figs   -        -       - 25c. lb.  Dates-        -        - 2lbs. 25c.  All kinds of Glazed nnd Crystalized Fruits.  A Nice Piece of China  makes a good Xmas present.    We linve a few lines left.    You  don't know what we have till you come and see.  'Phone - 35  ( WANTED! )  '.' Contt per word, nrat insertion and  1 Cent per word ench subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 enti.  POSTS FOR SALE  Fir,  cedar  and  tamorac  poati. Price  (delivered) quoted on application. Apply  Bouvette Ac Meuter, P.O. Box 446. 2*9  FOR SALE  Two atovea, refrigerator, bookcases and  aundry articlea.    W. T. Ashbridge, Glenn  Auemie. 2-3  Bicycle,  Office.  FOR SALE  Cheap.     Apply    " Record '  2tf  FOR SALE  Small stack clover Hay (cov<, feed) ;  ton.    C, II. Leatliley, Rutland.  $!5  LOST  Gilt-mounted   English   Walking   Stick,  between wharf and  hoapital.    $1   reward  on returning to C. Scriven, The Hoapital,  3  FIR  WOOD FOR SALE  Alao   Cottonwood.     Delivered.    Apply  Bouvette 6t Brown, Box 448. 43tf  FOR SALE  Barred   Rock, White  Wyandotte   Cock-  eifila nnd 1 (rna ;   also Single-Comb Brown  Leghorn   1 lens, aud a few common   hena.  J. C. Stockwell, Bernard Ave., Kelowna   3  FIR  FENCE POSI'S FOR SALE  Apply Cather, Kelowna.    'Phone B4.  3-5  SECOND HAND STORE  Snaps ihis week ONLY  1 aolid Oelc Sidebooid ;   I oek Hull Stand |  2 12-bore Shot Curia ; I 30-30 Rifle (only  been uaed one week) : I Buliy'a Iron Cot:  I Buggy, in good condition.     Will ee-ll ut  e aecrifice.        Inspection Invited.  Compare our Prices  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next atntutory meeting of the Board of  Licensing Commiaaionera for tha City of  Kelowna, 1, Arthur Peabody, intend to  apply lorn renewal of my license to sell  liquor by retail in the premiaea known aa  the Palace Hotel, situated on tha north  ai'le of Bernard Avenue, between Wate'  Street and Pendozi Street, in the City of  Krlowna, B.C.  Dated the 26th day of November, 1912.  D. A. CAMERON  Pointer       Paperhanger  Apply  Above lha " Record " Office  Fowne'  Gloves  , THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  Penman's  Hosiery  Furnishing  J  Department  Sheep-lined Coats  From $6 up  Mackinaw Costs and  Pa'-ln in Black and  Cm v Tlirse nn- llri-  ceUbraled "CARSS"  ami cunnol In* equal'  It! anywhere.  (Uuik's lined)  Gloves and Mitts  In all the best Uns of 1 lorse Hide, Calf Skin, Pig Skin, Duck Skin, &tc.  A full atuck ol tlie  Mocassins Granby Rubbers  I lie genuine I Iravy Moose. Just lhe     ������  |,���,���|   wi���c|,  ,te  v8tv  ���e��������y for  thing  fur colli weather in the hills the mud  Sweaters, Socks,  Underwear,  Lounging Robes,  Smoking Jackets,  etc,  lii fait,, very thing llial  any fiisl-class Kill nisli-  inK   stern  canii-s   in  stink.  Setisfaclion Guarantead  or money icluntli tl  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones:      Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  War in Turkey  War in Greece  What about Figs from Turkey?  What about Nuts from Sicily?  What about Currants from Greece?  What about Dates from Arabia?  What about Grapes and Raisins  from Spain?  Well, what about them ?  Do you know that we will  eventually have to pay for  the ravages of war in the  increased cost of these as  well as a lot of other things  that we scarcely even give  a thought about, as to  where they are grown,  how they reach us, and  how the price of them is  affected by the different  events of history ?  Never mind, the war is  on and \,��> can't stop it,  and you can't stop using  the goods from these  countries either. Well, we  have them for you and in  the quantity and quality  you need. We won't  enumerate them. It would  be impossible to name  them all and anyway we  want to see you at our  place of business, and then  we will show you some at  least of our  Christmas Dainties  For the Pudding, for the  Cake, for the Table, for  the Children,  FOR EVERYBODY  OPENING  Announcement  MESSRS.  CASORSO BROS.  beg to announce that they  ar* new open for business in  their new  Butcher Store  Best quality of fresh local  meat sold  PROMPT DELIVERIES  WATER STREET  Behind Bank of Montreal  V  .  Great  Clearance Sale  of Millinery  The McKenzie Co   Limited ���  Miss HARTIN  has a very large stock of all new  Stylish, Up-to-Date Millinery which  must be sold before the first of the  new year.  Just ��� sample of the, Reductions  we era making r-  $15.00 Hats for $9.30  12.00     ���     ���    6.50     .  10.00    ���    ���    5.50  8.50    ��� ���    3,00  Two only large Black Beavers  Regular $6.50 for $5.00  Two only large Black Beavara  Regular $6.50 for $4.50  Three only large Black Beavera  Regular $4.70 for $3,25  Sal* StarUai SATURDAY, December J 4  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our tress are vigorous,  well rooted, end true to  name. We have selected  our aciona and buds from  the best bearing trees in  " this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest aj*ple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-yaar-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We hsve had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  kow.  Come and see our stock.  OkanafluD Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C  J. C. STOCKWELL ��� Mangr.  Support Local Industries  by purchasing  BNATCQ  Cigars  for your Christmas Smoking  Locally grown and locally made��� ,  there are no finer to be had.  At any of the Stores or Hotels  in a variety of fancy packs which make them very  attractive CHRISTMAS PRESENTS  British North American Tobacco Co., Ltd.  KELOWNA,   B.C.  Hi

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