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Array I ���   \  ifelrttma  v'^eVioyai  ^Ot*rWSKVrt'  VOL XII.   NO. 19  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1920.-4 PAGES  11.50 Per Annum  Golf Club Is Now  Definitely Organized  Propose Purchase of Magnificent Site for Eighteen Hole  Course  A movement to reorganize the  Golf Club in Kelowna haa been  on foot for aome rime, and those  interested have made a careiul examination of all available sites. It  will be remembered that a club  was formed and flourished some  vesrs ago which made use of a  course on the property of the  Bankhead Orchard Co. When the  war came the club was allowed to  drop out, and the course was not  kept in condition. For many reasons a more suitable location was  thought desirable, and at a meeting Monday evening, Mr G. R.  BinRer, who is taking a leading  part in the scheme, reported as to  sites available within easy distance  of town for the 18-hole course  which is thought necessary to adequately provide for present and  future needs.  It was first definitely decided to  organize a club to be known as  the Kelowns Golf Club, the officers  elected being G. R. Binger, president; with Measrs. Grote Stirling,  Maguire, K. Maclaren, W. E.  Adams, F. A. Taylor and P. B.  Willits to complete the committee.  An effort is to be msde to purchase the property for the sum of  $4,000 by issuing $100 shares; lhe  club redeeming these shares when  it was able to do so. The maximum annual subscription is to be  $15.      .  Several suggestions were msde  as to the financing of the plan and  the future development of the club,  and it is probable that the committee will have a fuller report to  make at an early meeting.  Great War Veterans'  Annual Meeting  The annual general meeting of  the G.W.V.A. was held last night.  There was a very large attendance.  The financial statement showed a  balance of $6405.67 of assets over  liabilities. The total teeeipts for  the year were $8979.97 and expenditures $8,691.46. The election  of officers' resulted as follows:  President, Lt.-Col. W. H. Moodie;  1st vice-president, S. Gray; 2nd  vice-president, J. B. White-head;  Sec-Treas., Lt.-Col. B. H. Belson ;  committee. Dr. J. N. Shepherd,  Messrs. H. S. Atkinson, G. Reith  and A, Edwards; Hon. Auditor,  R. E. Denison.  Votes of thanks to Mr. Denison,  th* Women's Auxiliary and the  retiring executive were passed.  It was decided to change the  regular meeting nights from Saturday to the first and third Wednesdays in each month from April 1st  to the end of September.  The President in his address  gave, the members an account of  what had been accomplished during the year and emphasized the  fact that it is intended to proceed  with the cooperative store.  New rules and regulations will  be submitted to the meeting on  Saturday, and house and entertainment committees elected, lt is  intended to build a verandah on  the north side of the club if an  additional lot csn be secured.  Tbe secretary reported that the  total membership was now 340.  New Bill Would Curtail Prescriptions  Plans for the establishment of a  Canadian air force are being worked out by the air board with the  concurrence of the government  and the requisite legislation and  appropriation will be brought  down during the present session.  A bill to amend the Prohibition  Act was introduced in the Legists  ture last week by the Attorney.  General. It will limit the amount  of liquor for which a physician  may issue a prescription, to eight  ounces, except in special cases,  patients living more titan five miles  from the nearest drug store mny  get a prescription for sixteen  ounces, and a doctor may issue a  prescription up to two quarts if he  will sign a statutory declaration  that the person to whom it is issued  is a bona fide patient of tbe doctor,  that he has examined tbe patient  thoroughly and that he finds  condition which demands liquor  in larger quantities. The amendment further provides that no one  may get more than one piescription  in one day, and no doctor may  issue more than a hundred in a  month. The section imposing a  jail sentence for liquor will be repealed and replaced by a section  giving the magistrate power to impose a firfe.  Leslie Grossmith  Coming to Kelowna  It is only on rare occasions that  Kelowna ia favored by a visit from  an artist of international fame auch  aa that enjoyed bv Leslie Grossmith  the famous English entertainer and  musician. Friday, April 16th is  the date, which should be kept  open as far as possible, in order  to give everybody an opportunity  of being present, and making it a  big success. Full particulars will  be announced next week.  Important Notice!  department s( jNitaiice  Bominftn tt Cattsba  Your IncomeTax  Return  Should be Filed  at Once!!  All persons residing in Canada, employed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax on income, as follows:  Every unmarried person, or  widow, or widower, without dependents as defined by the Act,  who during calendar year, 1919,  received or earned $1,000 or more.  CLASS 1  Forms to be used in filing  returns on or before the  31st of March, 192.0.  Trustees, .xecutore, administrators, agents and  assignees must use Form  T 3.  Employers making a  return of the names and  amounts paid to all directors, officials, agents or  other employees must use  Form T 4.  Corporations and Joint  Stock companies making a  return of all dividends and  bonuses paid to shareholders and members during  1919, must use Form T 5.  NOTE��� Individuals rlurnprriiaipart-  nership must Iris returns in th.ir mtlivi-  riual capacity oa Form T 1 or T1 A.  PENALTY  Every person who Is required  to make this return, who falls  to do so within the time  limited, shall be subject to a  penalty of Slt.M for each day  during which the default  continues-and all such penalties shall be assessed and  collected from tha person  liable to maks the return la  the same manner In which  taie. are assessed and collected.-  All other individuate,  who during calendar year  received or earned $2,000  or more.  Time Limit  AH persons in Class 1, as  shown hereon, must file on  or before the 31st of  March, 1920.  All persons in Class 2, as  shown hereon, must file  on or before the 30th of  April, 1920.  General Instructions   .  Obtain Forms from the  Inspectors or Assistant  Iaepectors of Taxation, or  from Postmasters.  Read carefully all instructions on Form beforo  filling it in.  Pre-pay postage on  letters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspectors sf Taxation.  Make your returns  promptly, and  avoid  penalties  Every corporation and  joint stock company, whose  profits exceeded $2,000  during the fiscal year ended in 1919.  CLASS 2  Forms to be used in filing  returns on or before the  30th of April, 1920:  All individuals other  than farmers and ranchers  must use Form T 1.  Farmers and ranchers  must use Form T 1 A.  Corporations and Joint  Stock companies must use  Form T 2.  PENALTY  Every person ��� required to  make a return, who fails to do  so within the time limited,  shall be subject to a penalty  of twenty-five per centum  of the amount of the tax  payable.  Any person, whether taxable  or otherwise, who fails to  make a return or provide  information duly required  according to the provisions  of the Act, ehall be liable on  summary conviction to a  penalty of 1100.00 for each  (jay during which the default  continues. Also that any  person making a false statement In any return or In any  Information required by the  Minister, shall be .liable, on  summary conviction, to a  penalty not exceeding 110,000,  or to six months' Imprisonment or to both Ine and  Imprisonment.  Address of Inspector et Taxation ior tlsis Districts  VANCOUVER, B.C.  I R. W. BREADNER, Commissioner of Taxation.  Amateur Athletic Club  Holds Annual Meeting  Organize  Forces  for  Coming  Season's Sport  The Amateur Athletic Club held  its annual meeting last night with  a good attendance. The club has  had a very successful year, in spite  of the fact that they had not bad  the best of support from the citizens  and business men. The total receipts, according to the treasurer's  statement, had been $1189.48, the  expenditures having slightly exceeded this, leaving a deficit of  $23.68. Messrs. L. V. Rogers, E.  C. Weddell and Norman DeHart  were reelected president, vice-pie-  sident and secretary respectively  J, M. Jennens taking up the duties  of treasurer, Dr. Wright and Messrs. A. D. Weddell, J. B. Knowles,  Wm. McCubbin and J. C. Uiqu-  hart were elected aa executive  committee.  The managers of the various  teams for the coming season will  be as follows: Lacrosse, Ian Mac-  Rae; baseball, Dr. Wright; football, P. Hayes ; basketball, F. Day.  A committee was appointed to  go into the question of arranging a  "sports dav" for Kelowna, a matter  which had been somewhat ne.glecl-  ed of late years. It was also arranged to get into communication  with other valley towns regarding  sports for the coming season.  Granite Monolith Will  Commemorate  Heroic Dead  Selection Made of Monument  To Be Placed on Prominent  Site in City Park  Powerful New Serial  at Empress Theatre  A powerful new serial is to  commence on Monday, March 29ih  entitled "1,000,000 Reward!" Few  serials if any have been produced  with such reckless disregard of  expense aa this picture, which was  produced by'Grossman Pictures',  Inc., and js really a feature picture  screened in serial form, with  elaborate settings and perhaps the  mott beautiful exteriors to be obtained in America. In the important points of scenic settings, exteriors, cast and story, it is said to  be far in advance of the usual  serial production.  Lillian Walker is seen in the  part of Betty Thorndyke, whose  father, the principal owner of a  rich diamond mine in South Africa,  has sent her to America to be  educated. Upon his mysterious  disappearance a tremendous reward is offered for the return of  the girl to South Africa. The  publication ol the reward attracts  a band of crooks who make repeated attempts to kidnap her.  Another criminal attracted by the  disappearance of her father is a  part owner of the mine who attempts her murder. Consuming  interest marks the progress of the  story, each chapter closing with an  incident well calculated to maintain the popularity of the story as  whole.  New Men's Outfitting  Store .  A new men's outfitting store was  opened this week in the Keller  Block by Mr. Angus McMillan, who  recently returned to his home town  after several years in the Yukon.  He has had considerable experience in the business and has tbe  good wishes of a wide circle for  his success. His announcement is  contained in this issue.  Penticton is to start a campaign  to sell its recent water bonds  locally.  A company is making preparations to drill for oil and natural  gas at Kamloops.  The fire brigade were called out  Tuesday eyening to a fire which  had broken out in an empty barn  in the rear of the Kindergarten  School on Pendozi street. The  fire had already got a good hold  before the alarm was turned in  and the building was totally  destroyed.  The Soldiers' Memorial Committee met Monday evening to  discuss a number of designs which  had been submitted for a monument to be placed in the park,  which monument was a part of  the scheme outlined when the canvass lor funds was made some  time ago.  Selection was linally made of a  grey granite monolith, about 11  fret high and tapering from a base  4 feet wide to something leas than  half that at the top. This stone  will have a roughened surface ex  cept for the polished panel which  is to bear the names of those local  men who fell in the war. Around  the base will be arranged eight  other smaller stones bearing the  names of the different engagements in which Kelowna men took  part  Much discussion took place as  lo the particular site in the park  for piaci' g the monument, and a  special committee consisting of  Col. Moody, R. Stubbs and W. J.  Mantle was appointed to make  the selection.  The estimated cost of the monument is about $3,500 and it is expected to be completed about next  fall.  Hoard of Trade Resumes  Monthly Meetings  Tourist  Hotel,  Settlement   of  Imperial Veterans Amongst  Matters Discussed  May Seek Damages for  Wharf Fire  It is likely that damages will be  Bought from the C.P.R. for the fire  which recently destroyed G llatly's  wii'.wf, it being claimed that a spark  from the smokestack of the Sicamous was responsible. The damage reached the large sum of  $30 000, the wharf, packing sheds,  stable, box factory and a large  quantity of box material being lost,  as well as a slack of hay belonging  to Mr. Gellatly, jr. The horses  were saved by the gallantry of the  girls, one ot them being kicked  badly, though her leg was not  broken as was reported.  "In Old Kentucky"  at the Empress  An actual horse race, wilh all it,  thrills, is shown in the Fitst National special feature, "In Old Kentucky," the great American classics  presenting Anita Stewart. This  picture will be screened at the  Empress Theatre on Friday and  Saturday.  It is the great Kentucky handicap  race, and you see it Irom start to  finish. You get a flash of the  stables where the jockeys are  rubbing their mounts, in preparation for the great-event and then  the jockeys coming one by one  onto the track to be greeted by  cheers by the spectators  Finally )ou see Miss Stewart,  come on the track at the last  minute dressed as'a jockey, to ride  for one of the jockeys who has  been drugged, in order tn frame  the race. Miss Stewart, who ia an  expert horsewoman, rides in a mad  gallop, at first far behind, but  gradually working her way to the  front, until at the end she goes  under the wire a nose ahead, win  ning the race.  Mra. W. J. Austin left Tuesday  for Los Angeles.  Mr. and Mrs. Ashbridge of Toronto arrived this week on their  usual annual visit to Kelowna.  Somebody was mean enough a  few days ago to take away the  box placed at the foot of the city  office stairs foi the distribution of  religious tracts. This had been  taken care of and kept filled by  one who believed he was doing a  good service to his fellows, and as  such should have been respected.  Will those who took it away kindly  see that it is replaced?  The subject of a first-class ton  ist hotel for Kelowna, admittedly  one of our greatest needs, was revived at the Board of Trade meeting Tueaday when a special committee reported lhat they had  decided to recommend the site at  the corner of the park as most  suitable. This announcement, however, did little more than slir up  further discussion as.to the suitability of the site, the prospects of  getting the citizens to vote further  land in the park in order to square  it up and make it large enough for  the purpose, and the still greater  problem of financing the undertaking. It was decided finally lhat  some form of specifications end  rough plan be drawn up, and the  citv council be approached tn take  a plebiscite of the ratepayers as to  the grant of further land from the"  park.  The proposed settlement of large  numbers -of Imperial veterans in  the district was brought up bv a  report frorh General Harman, who  had been sent to the coast at the  expense of the Board to investigate the matter and to make the  best arrangement possible fr r the  district.  It was announced that pofsibly  200 Imperial sen i. e men would  be coming to the district and that  an office would be opened in Kelowna to look after their interests  and see that they were properly  settled with the farmers of lhe  district.  A very gratifying annourcement  was also made in a communication from district engineer Gwyer,"  who stated that he had received  authority to have a survey and estimate of coj; made of lhe K'low-  na-Naramtita roaVl. This was 'in  reply to a resolution forwarded  from the Board. <  A letter from lhe lecrelnry of  the newly - formed Associated  Boards of Trade of B.C., enclosing  copy of constitution and a request  that Kelowna affiliate with lhat  body provoked a long discussion,  but after many contradictory resolutions and amendments it was  eventually decided to affiliate forthwith.  Correspondence was also read  regarding the new post office which  it was stated was under consideration by the Depaitment Little  hope was entertained of its commencement this "year, as apparently few public works were being  undertaken by lhe Federal government.  A resolution asking the government to proceed with the building  of the B. C. University was endorsed.  A resolution from Okanagan  Mission protesting against the reported intension of the government  to grant permission to ojit timber  on the headwaters of Sawmill and  other local creeks was endorsed  and the committee asked lo take  the matter up.  O  |  Will Commence New  Hardware Business  Mr. W. W. Lnane makes announcement in this issue of his  commencement in the hardware  business. He intends to confine  himself at present chiefly to builders' supplies, roofing, shingle  stains, as well as orchaid, dairy  and barn supplies. I Te has arranged for an office and showroom  opposite the Kelownn Sawmill  Co. and will have warehouse fwcil-  ities at the Growers' Exchange  building. He is also ag��nt for lhe  "Time Saver" Electric Washer and  Ims already sold a good rjnrny in  the district. A caiload of these  various goods has bet n unh rded  during the past few days.  Mr. Loane is a hatdwaie men of  many years' experience, having  been with both wholesale arH retail firms in Vancouver and eastern  Canada. He intends to depend  largely upon personal canvass and  avoid the heavy expense of a large  store. I 4.GE TWO  tCELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, March 25, 192  WALTHAM & ELGIN  THIN MODEL WATCHES  I he    modern   man   demands   two  thing! of hU watch.  First of all, of courte, he demands  ft watch that telli honest time���a  watch whote accuracy he can rely on.  But thia in ilaelf it not enough,  Hia timo.piece muet be good to look  at���one that it modern at the cut of  hi* clothes or the linei of hia motor  ear.  And it ia for thaae reason* that we  ncommtnd th* Opera Waltham  Wo tehee and Stream Line Elgin Wat-  ehe* lor men.  Price* (rom $55.50 to $90.  J. B. KNOWLES  jeweler and Optometrist       Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  11.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Nexl  to  tlie C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward t Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  JOHN  LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Local Boy Scouts  Edited  by  Pioneer.     March 23rd  subscription ratkn  II.BO    par   -rear;    76c..    tii    month..   United  ���UntM 10 o��nU  additional.  ^uhtcribtra at tha raralar ���**"*���*�� ran have  ���xlm Mi-art mailed to (Hands a* a diitaat*  \t HALF RATE. I.e.. TS eaata ner rear.  This special prlylks*   (a   franfe-d   lor   taa  ���mriMiw ol   ailver tii ins tat nlU   v-d dtttrlet.  All ���ubacrlplioj-j* navaUt la advanot  War Veteran Notes  The usual weekly meeting was  held on Saturdny last.  A resolution from the Rutland  branch of the Uuited Farmeri. re  the policy of the Soldiers' Settlement Board in discouraging settlement of returns on bearing orchards  was endorsed.  A resolution from the U. F. of  Okanagan Mission opposing the  cutting of timber on the watershed  of Sawmill Creek was endorsed.  A resolution from the Kelowna  Board of Trade asking for the  erection of a post office in Kelowna  was endorsed.  The Hon. Martin Burrell, M P.,  wrote stating that the question ol  preventing the sale of land to  Japanese and Chinese was being  considered by the Department of  Justice.  Telegrams were sent to th- Hon.  John Oliver and J. W. Jones, Esq.,  M L A , strongly protesting ag rinst  the grant of the franchise to those  Japanese who served in thrv C.F..F.  It was decided to write the Secretary of the Imperial Veterans'  Association offering the privi'e>es  nf the club on the 8*me terms os  our own members.  It was decided to get in touch  wilh the fire brigade with a view  to a joint sports day, either on the  24ih of May or the 3rd of June.  We still have a furnishing debt to  pay, and screen windows, doors  and awnings to buy. A r-frigerator  is also required. It was felt that  half 'he proceeds should be devoted tn the Memorial Hall fund and  half towards clearing oft our debt.  Nearly $1000 worth of surplus  ordnance stores has been purchased for our members, and a shipment of blankets, slippers, tennis  shoea and khaki flannel will be on  hand in the canteen shortly.  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 5102  I guarantee prompt  service  and tati if action  Announcement!  Mr. W. W. Loane desires to announce  that he is commencing business in the  city for the sale of  Builder's Supplies, Shingle Stains,  Tar Products, Roofing, Dairy  and Barn fittings, Orchard  Ladders and Supplies  and as agent for the "Time Saver"  Electric Washer and other special lines  THE TIME SAVER  Electric Washer & Wringer  Makes   Wash Day a 'Pleasure Day  With a "Time Saver" Electric washer  you can easily get- the washing done  in your own home. It saves three  whole hours on wash day and makes  the day an easy one. Both washer  and wringer are driven by electric  power.  Phone for a demonstration in your own home  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kelowna Sawmill  Pho  349  ORDERS by command for week  ending April 1st, 1920.  DUIIES: Orderlj patrol for the  week Owls, and also for the week_  following ; next for duty, Cougars.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Tuesday, March 30th at 7.15 p.m.  The bugle band will parade for  practice at the fire hall on Thursday  April  1st at 7.15   p.m. (note   the  rlier time).  There will be a business session  of the Court of Honour at the  S. outmaster's office on Saturday  afternoon, March 27th at 2.15 p.m.  for patrol leaders and seconds.  We regret that P.L. Davis of the  Beavers has to sever his connection  with the troop, temporarily at any  rate, after six years of service. We  hope that we shall some dav at a  not too far distant date find a  senior officer who can take charge  of the senior organization known  as the Rovers into which we wish  to transfer our older members. If  there are any old scout officers in  the valley we should be yery glad  if they would make themselves  known to us, but of course it is  not absolutely necessary lhat an  officer of the Rovers should have  had previous scout training, although it would certainly be of  considerable assistance to him.  We also reed a senior office/ to  look after the cubs during Mr.  Bartholomew's absence. It is difficult for us to spare-our senior  leaders just now, particularly for  the approaching entertainment, as  we need all the assistance we I.ave  in the troop, and more.  a a  Some scout left his knife in the  Exhibition building last Friday and  he can have it by calling Ht the  scoutmaster's office.  We have taken the two follow  ing clippings from recent issues  of the Vancouver Province:���  "Major W. D. S. Rorison, M.C,  has resumed his duties as district  commissioner of Vancouver. He  was appointed district commissioner in October, 191 I. and did good  reorganization -work which continued until August, 1914, when  he was one of the first to offer his  services to his king and country.  He was one of the fourteen . members of the Boy Scout Association  in British Columbia, who gained  ihe Military Cross, lour others  gained the Distinguished Corduct  Medal, one the Medaille Militaire  and thirteen the Military Medal.  Between 600 and 700 altogether  went overseas and sixty nine served and died. Major Rorison and  others who are back again are  now working hard to make the  Boy Scout Association the. most  efficient organization lor boys in  Vancouver; and they ask for the  whole-hearted sympathy, good will  and service (where service can be  given) of the citizens of Vancouver,  The scout training has proved its  worth again andagain during these  last years. It has spread to every  part of the Empire, and far away  beyond the Empire. It has now  junior, intermedial,-, and senior  branches."  "Moosejaw, March 17���Harold  Jordan, an electrician and an active leader of the Boy Scouts, narrowly escaped electrocution when  2200 vo'ta of the street lighting  main lead passed through his body.  Jordan, who was attending a Bov  Scout meeting, elected to remedy  the street lighting in front of the  church where the meeting was  being held, climbed the pole and  took hold of a live wire. The  shack swung him free of the pole  and he hung dangling above the  ground with sparks shooting from  his fingers. Other boy scouts  pulled him from the wire, but his  hands were terribly burned and it  will be some weeks before he will  be able to use them."  We are sorry that this report  does not tell us how he was pulled  from the wire.  Professional Cards  BURNE * WEDDELL  Barrister, ,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public  E. C. Weddell.    -   John F. Burne;  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitot,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER!  Plans and Specifications Prepared  nd estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. C.n. Soc. C. E.  Consulting CIdII and Hydraulic I  Engineer  B.C. band Suroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irritation Works  Application, for Wster License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 v  Retidence      313  B.C.  Calls left with Dr. ]. E. Wright, Denlisr,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended lo.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      .      Kelowna  Phone 327  HERGA AMBLER Ltanoura  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164; Residence91  P.O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes   Forming (or the New  Year  Phone (or an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforts Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE  STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired At Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 3302  J.   GRANT  Swanlite  ;.���   ELECTRIC   ::  Farm Lighting Plant  WITH THE  Philadelphia Diamond Grid  Batteries  GUARANTEED   FOUR  YEARS  See  JIM BROWN  for Demonstration  Now is the Time to Plant  the    \jaYCien    And have better Vegetables & Flower,  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hardy Perennial*  We shall have on sale shortly * fine assortment of tha celebrated  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 117\  Spray  Materials  REX LIME SULPHUR  DRY LINE SULPHUR  ARSENATE OF LEAD  BLACK LEAF 40  PARIS GREEN  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  ���    BONE   MEAL  N1TROS  SEEDS  AU varieties of Garden, Field, Clovers and Grasses  Quality tha Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bags  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US NOW  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phonal:   Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37  CHEVROLET  BABY GRAND TOURING CAR  Is built in Canada by Canadians for use on Canadian highway* and under Canadian climatic  conditions. In buying a Chevrolet you not only build up Canadian industry but you buy a car  that will give you the maximum of satisfaction both in comfort of riding and lasting qualities.  M. A. ALSGARD  NEW   SHOW   ROOMS LOCAL DEALER LAWRENCE   AVENUE  Chevrolet F.B. 50 Touring naasaw  "���". ��H  ���.���  Thursday, Marsh 25,1920  KEIOWNA MteOto  PAGE FIVE  AUCTION SALE  On Tuesday, March 30th  Of the Household Effects of  John L. Metcalfe, of Benvoulin  Quarter mil* South of the Benvoulin Hotel  Oak Extension Table  6. oak Chaira  Oak Secretaire and Bookcase in one  Mahogany upholstered Chair  2 large upholstered Chairs  Mahogany ..Centre Table  Folding Card Table   3 wicker chaira  Wicker Sewing Table  English walnut Contra Table  Wicker Magazine Stand        Sofa  Large Bookcase and Books  Sinter Hand Sawing Machine  2 Axminster Squares, 9 x IO"*  Bedroom Square 2 Rockers  Stair Carpet and Roda  2 Iron Beds, oomplete  Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress  Dresser aad Stand, fumed oak  The above furniture is all extra quality, with no reserve as ranch is sold  TERMS CASH       SALE AT 2 PM.  G . W. Cunningham, Auctioneer  Chefionier, fumed oak  Dresser, Stand and Table, white,  enamel 3 pre. Portieres  7 pro. Curtains Chafing Dish  Copper Teapot and Trays  Moffat Range       Cook Stove  Large Coal Stove  2 Kitchen Tables and Chairs  Waahtubs Boiler      Kettle  All Kitchen utensils        Scales  Brass Reading Lamp   '  ��� Angle Lamp 4 Table Lampa  30 yds. Linoleum      5 doc. Sealera  Extra fine Dinner Sat  Tea Set, Limoges  China Salad Set Glassware  Quantity odd Dishes  Many articles not mentioned  We beg to announce:,  That we are in the Men's Wear business;  That we are selling for Cash only;  That we are selling only the best;  That our prices are right;  That we are (ollowing the motto:   " Your  money's worth or your money back;"  That we respectfully solicit a share of your  business.  (New goods arriving every day,)  A. McMillan,  Keller Block {next ValaceHotel)  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY   AND  SATURDAY  "In Old Kentucky"  Featuring  Anita Stewart  The greatest melo-drama in years, and you haven't seen Anita Stewart  until you have aeen her as Madge, the whimsical, hard-riding waif from  the Kentucky hills. Also the Chester Outing, "CHASING CACOS"  and the Christie Fun Film "DOES YOUR SWEETHEART  FLIRT 7 M  Friday evening 8.15, one show only.   Saturday, Matinee 3.30, Evening 7  and 9.15.   Admission i Matinee. 20c end 35c:  Evening 25c and 55c  MONDAY  AND  TUESDAY  BIG DOUBLE BILL  Tha screen's most absorbing and thrilling aerial story.  LILLIAN WALKER  - IN  -  $1,000,000 Reward  By Arthur B. Reeve and John W. Grey  This serial is entirely different from anything we have ever had before,  Beautiful scenery, lovely gowns, combined with a good story, good direc.  tion and lots ol thrills it cannot ba beaten.  The final episode of  "The Myitery of 13"  Won your theories right >  And the big featuie-  "Prace of Roaring River"  An. absorbing story  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 15c and 25c  Tueaday Matinee al 3.30  WEDNESDAY  AND  THURSDAY  Wm. Fox presents Wm. Farnum  in a marvellous production of  "Les Miserables"  Victor Hugo's Famous Book  a  Evening 8.15. Admiaaion 25c and 55c  Thuraday Matinee at 3.30 p.m., 20c and 35c  ���"-*"   '"         ������*      '���' ���'   ������'*" '   *            ' "���     "T^^^T^^!^*"*  ���   ���������   ��� WWHWp  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES-"]  The Women's Institute will meet  on Saturday April 3rd in the Board  of Trade room.  Chas. E. Houlding, of Saskatoon  ia thii week visiting Kelowna, the  guest of Clarence and Henry  Burtch.  Harold Campbell, of Vancouver  is at preaent on a visit to hit uncle,  H. Chapin.  The High School Literary Society  ia to meet Saturday evening at  7.30 in the "Mikado" room* at the  old achool.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hoapital Aid will be  held in the Board of Trade room  on Monday, Match 29th at 3.30.  Anglican service will be held at  Rutland on Sunday afternoon at  3 o'clock.  A veterans' dance will be held  in Morrison Hall on April 21st at  9 p.m. under the auspices of the  Women's Auzilitry. Admission  $ I including tupper.  On Wednesday last Mr. C. G.  Fergusson arrived from Taltal,  Chile, South America, He is stay.  ing with Mrs. Johnaton, Sutherland  Avenue.  Mr. T. A. Wooda desires to thank  the many frienda for their sympathy and help during the recent  ���ad lost uf hit wife.- Mra. Downton  also joins in this expression of  appreciation of their generous  assistance.  Mrs, A. Boulet accompanied by  her siaters Annie and Dorothy left  on Tuesday morning for Storth-  oaki, Saskatchewan, where they  will reside in future.  Benvoulin Notes  The Benvoulin United Farm  Women met at the home of. Mrs.  C. L. Burtch on Thursday afternoon. >  Misa Jean Murray spent a few  daya thia week visiting Mr. and  Mr*. D. McEachem.  Mr. and Mra. Goudie who have  been on the Munson place for the  past year left for the state* a tew  daya ago.  Mr. J. Metcalfe ha* sold hi* place  in Benvoulin to Mr. Francis of  Rutland, who i* moving down thi*  week.  A special Easter service will be  held in Bethel Presbyterian Church  on Easter Sunday, April 4th. The  Sacrament of the Lord'* Supper  will be dispensed after the aervice.  IN THE MATTER of the "Companies  Act," R.S.B.C. 1911, (Chapter 39) and  Amending Acts, and  IN THE MATTER of tho Western  Okanagan Orchard Company, Limited.  TAKE NOTICE that a moating of tha  Creditors oi tha abovs.named Company  will be hold at the offices of Measrs. Burne  and  Weddell, Solicitors, in the City of  Kelowna, Province of Britiah Columbia,  oa Friday tha Mi day of April, 1920, at  the hour of 3 o'clock in tho afternoon, and  all creditors of the above-namedCompany  ore required on or before the 6th day of  April, 1920. to send their names and addressee, and the particulara of their debts  or claims to W, J. Stevens of Westbank,  the Liquidator or the said Company, in  care or Burne and Weddell, Solicitors,  Kelowna, B.C, and ara required to come  in and prova their aaid debts or claims on  Friday, the said 9th day of April, 1920, ai  the time and place above-mentioned, or in  default they will be excluded from the  benefit  of-any distribution made before  auch debts are proved.  Dated thia 24th day ol March, 1920.  BURNE tt WEDDELL,  Solicitors for the above-named Liquidator.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car haa beon all tuned up  ready for tha road. How about  your Storage Battery > le it in top  notch condition���lull of pap and .  ready for action > We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable ratea.  In case it needs replacement wa ara  the official station for tha famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box ol nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  apring to spin your angina, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive ia today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dap.  Service on All Batteries  Don't takeitto "G��ors��," 1st Barney do it I  Alfred A. Newatrand  Automobile  Electrician  The Srir, of ths Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    Eaat of Pondo/i St.  Mi��* Denison left yesterday for  a visit  visit to AJjnc, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs.  Verit;  Mr. and Mr*. Verity and their  ���on were passengers thi* morning  for Salmon Arm.  R. P. Hughe* left thi* morning  on a trip to Calgary.  Mrs. Corbett and family went  up to Vernon Friday.  Mis* Babcock waa*a passenger  to Salmon Arm laat Friday.  Clifton Wharry left laat weekend  for Edmonton.  A. W. Dalgleish was a passenger  last Saturday for Vancouver,"  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McGregor  returned Tueaday from California,  where they have been (pending  the winter,  Joe Berard left thi* morning for  the coaat on a very important  errand which will necessitate two  return ticket* instead of one.  H. E. C. Lewi* of St. Neot, Cornwall, Eng, arrived in Kelowna on  the I5ih inst. on his way to New  Zealand. He will stay at Glen,  more with hi* uncle, P. A. Lewis  for a few weeka,  Mr. and Mrs. Sproule and Lillian  wish to aincerely thank the many  frienda for their kindneaa and expressions of sympathy in their  recent bereavement.  Mr. J. Jamr* Carney left thi*  morning for Vancouver. Before  returning he will attend the banquet  given in Hotel Vancouver for the  72nd Seaforth Highlandcra on  April 9th.  Next Tuesday evening n the  Baptist church the Rey, W. F. Price  will deliver his popular lecture  entitled "On the Battle-Front in  London" or "Old London in Wartime," being the atory of personal  experiences in London during the  four years of the war.  Cyril Weeks, son of Mr. S. J.  Weeks, wa* admitted to hoapital  thi* morning suffering from severe  burn* about the face and eyea due  to an explosion of gunpowder  He had extracted the powder from  some shot-gun shells, found lying  around in a neighboring woodshed  and bov-like did not think enough  of the consequences of lighting it.  Fortunately hi* sight is not injured,  although he suffered a great deal  of pain. The accident emphaaizea  again the danger of leaving auch  thinga around where young fingers  can reach them.  An unusually fine display of the  aurora or "northern lights" waa  aeen Monday evening, and from  newapaper accounts appeara to  have been general. It waa certainly the finest spectacle witnessed  for years in thia diitrict. Not only  the northern sky but for a time the  whole circle of the horizon was  ablaze with light. From a point  which seemed directly overhead  shaft* of shimmering colored light  radiated like a huge canopy enveloping the whole sky���a "celestial canopy of diver* colors." Incidentally the telegraph business  of the country waa aerioualy interfered with.  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acrea in trees, all good  varieties of Applet, 8 to 10 years  old Balance or 27 acres ia good  orchurd land, at present used (or  pasture. Water for domestic purpose* on property all the year round.  Aleo connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS. BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  Tubthumping  That funny word which  means ao much 1 There  ia little of it done, I hope,  at my store. We don't  let George do it," and  next week we hope to  give another reaaon why  w"e   can   aell    cheaper.  Chas. Dark  H* praaehoa Footwear  WEBBER WAGONS  We have just placed a carload of these  famous   wagon*   in   dock.     All   sizes.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators      One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders fit Cultivators  AGENTS  FOR  DaLAVAL SEPARATORS ���  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendo  :i Street  Phone 150  Phone 40  P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  Farms and Fruit Ranches  Listings solicited  A. B. BARRAT.  Leckie Block,  Kelowna, B. C  Branchea at  VANCOUVER  a  VICTORIA  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  MISSION  AUCTION SALE  Having received instructions, I will sell, without reserve al the farm of  H. Francis (opposite Rutland Store)  all hia LIVESTOCK. FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c en  Thursday, April 1st  Commencing at 1 p.m.  Team of Bays, extra good workers  ud gentle. weiSht 1300 lbs. ages  9 and 6  Two other Teams, weight 1200 to  1300 lba., 4 and 3 years old  Good Saddle Horae and Driver  Aberdeen Angus Bull "Black McGregor P," registered, pedigree  on view,  Holstein   Cow,   3   years   old   this  Sling, milking and in calf  lifers, 2-year-old, one  milking  and one duo to calve  2 Heifer Calves, I year old  Hens  Magnet Separator in good condition  Double Wagon with box and rack  Bob Sleigha  Disc Harrow  Drag Harrows  Spring Tooth Harrows  Single Furrow Plow  Double. Furrow Gang Plow, practically new  Steel Roller, 6 feet wide  Hay Rake Deering Mower  Froet At Wood Seeder. 10 drills  Cultivator Potato Hiller  Self Feeding Pig Hopper  Bacon Smoket, coat $65 new, smoked one lot of Pigs only, with excellent results  Good set Double Work Harness  Set of Single Driving Harness  Spare Collars, Bridles, -See.  Hay Fork, Ropes, Pulleys, &c., complete for fixing in barn  Platform Scales, up to 1000 lbs.  Set Wire Stretchers  Set Page Wire Stretchers  Planet Jr. Seeder, new  2 Planet Ir. Cultivators  Log Chains  Lot-of Red Carrots and Potatoes  About 5 tons No. I quality Seed  Oats, "American Banner,'* took  let prise at Kamloops  Lot of Chains, Forks, Shovels  Wheelbarrow       Tools       Lumber  Lot of good Rope  Many other articles  Special attention is called to this aale es the farm ie sold.  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  HARNESS REPAIRS  SWEAT  PADS  WHIPS  GLOMES"  Shoe Repairs  Try TEN AX SOLES the most satisfactory sole made.   A fibre com.  position,combining tha qualities (or Leather and Rubber. Wa hava them.  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building ���    ��� Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  EASTER GREETINGS  BEADS  in Turquoise Blue, Red, Coral, Dark Blue  Green and Black.  EAR RINGS  A new shipment, very reasonable in price.  They will give that touch of color and odd  picquancy to your lovely Easter gowns.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTICatEW MANAGER PAfJE TOUB  KELOWNA   **tECO*U)  Thursday, March 25,1920  aa.  Cfci^+tttC  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  ,  New Hats for Easter  STYLES that will predominate the spring and  summsr season ire splendidly represented  in our millinery section. Those looking for a  new Hat for Easter should view the models now  on display as early as possible. The selection is  excellent at the present lime and we have many  styles from which to choose.  -New Coats, Suits  and Dresses ,  -e>-  Specially pleasing style effects are being offered  in Coats, Suits and Dresses. These garments are  typical of most favoured Spring designs and  possess an unusual amount of good practical style.  Waists for Easter  We have now on display a large assortment of  new Waists, in Silk, Georgette and Crepe-de-chene  These pretty waists are just the correct thing  for wear at Easter. Make your selection early.  Prices up to $20  Values in our Dress Dept.  Assortments of pure wool Dress Materials have  lately bten placed in stock. These come in new  Blues, Browns and Sand shades in such materials  as Tricotines, Serges, Broadcloths and Garbadines.  Pictorial  Review  Patterns  O ice you ere a  user of Pictorial  Patterns you will  always use ihem.  They are so practical and simple to  make and yet there  is more style to  them than other  patterns.  Lady's Blouse-No, 8793  Size 36 requires  2 yds of 36-in, material  VJ  1      U793  Make Pictorial Patterns your next choice  Special attention is also directed to important displays of Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear & Corsets  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order  in   EARLY for your wintei's  supply of  COAL COAL  20 lbs. Granulated Sugar  L/"v     Q j will cpen for business at the  s   vy.   DiOAVll  new stand, corner of Richter  Street and Bernard Avenue, on  Wednesday, March 31st  There will be a jar of [corn in the window and the person  guessing nearest to the number ot grains of corn in the jar,'  wins a 20-lb. sack of Granulated Sugar. Only purchasers of  goods in the store are entitled to guess, but you'may guess  as often as you come in to purchase. The contest opens at  8 a.m. on the opening day and closes at 9 p.m. the (ollowing  Saturday.  / hope to receive a heart]) wtlcomt to the neighbourhood and  will do my best to be worthy of It.  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Bui 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharl  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  FOR SALE, EXClilSIVELY  The Layritz Property on the Vernon road, 3 miles from Kelowna.  Good house with cement cellar,  good barn, (ew (ruit trees and  balance in truck. Free water  (or irrigation. All fenced. Price  (or one week only, $8,200 and  terms to suit purchaser.  For (ull purticulars apply to  The Okanagan Brokerage  We only charge TWO per  cent, commission on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOR SALE, $13,000. the home of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilton or other agents  6tf  or owner.  Auction  Of the Stock, Implements and Household  Furniture of  S. Coxworth  Opposite the Rutland School  Tuesday, April 6th,  Commencing at 1 p.m. sharp  2 Geldings (grey) 6 years old  Bay Gelding, 6 years old  Brown Mare Cow, due April 30th  Yearling Heifer Heavy Wsgon  Fruit Rack and Hay Rack  Set 4 ton Springi  Democrat with Pole and Shafts  International 6 h.p. Engine flc friction pulley  Bean* and Pea Thresher, 20 inch cylinder  McCormick Mower  McCormick Rake  14 disc drill Seeder  10 disc Harrow  12 inch J. D. Sulky Plow  Walking Plow One-horse Plow  Set Iron Harrows  2 one-horse Cultivatois  ! Van Harvester  2 Planet jr. Seeders  2 Planet jr. Cultivators . Trailer  Clipper Fanning Mil)  4 tons Hay 12 sacks feed Potatoes  2 sett heavy double Harness  240-lb Scales Grindstone  2 apple packing Presses  Ratchet screw Jack  Cross-cut Saw  Shovels Axes Rakes  Hoes Forks  Nail Stripper and Nails  Quantity Box Shook  All amall tools used on ranch  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Pho  254  Neat door to Post Office  BERNARD AVENUE-Bungalow. 5 rooms  pantry and bathroom, with three (3)  Iota, 165 feet frontage on Bernard ave.  and 137 on Ethel street. $4,000 on terma  Two-storey Frame House, 7 rooms. One  acre-of choice land, situated on Ellis  and St. Paul atreeta. Goaa In. A snap,  only $3,500. One third cash, balance to  arrange.  ELLIOTT AVENUE-Small Bungalow,  17 x 20. Two good Iota. $1,150 on  terms.  CADDER AVENUE-Bungalow. frame  and shingle cons-ruction, 35 x 22, foundation brick and cement, 3 feet high,  dining and living room, with open fire  place, kitchen, enamel sink, hot water  boiler built in cupboard, hall between  kitchen and bathroom, with linen cup.  board, 2 bedrooms, with built-in cupboards, verandah, back and front, wood  WHITE WYANDOTTE EGCS from se.  iected pen. Prize utility stock. $2.50  per setting.    W. M. Todd, Box 446.  ANCONA HATCHING EGGS, Shepherd  strain. Great egg producers. Took nil  prizes at Kelowna. $2.50 per 15 delivered in town. Apply S. M. Gore.    17 -0c  FOR SALE-One Planet Jr. Horse Culti.  vator, No. S, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. I7tf  FOR SALE, Tent, size 18  P.O. Boa 471.  24.  Apply  17-Op  FOR   SALE-Ford, in good  $450.   Apply Box 287.  condition,  l8-9p  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE Black  Minorca, $2 for 15. Walter Folliarcl,  Coronation Avenue, Kelowna.        19.Ip  FOR SALE, Buff Orpingtons and single,  comb White Leghorns. Last yearns  pullets, pure bred, none better in this  district. Axel Eutin, Rutland, B.C. 19-1 p  FOR SALE,   one Breeding   Pen  of   Buff  Orpingtons.   J. Johnstone, phone 3153.  I9p  FOR SALE, Kelowna, B.G Bungalow, t  rooms, pantry, garage, one lot, close in.  $1,900, $1,000 cash, balance arranged  Owner, Box L, Record. Also House, 6  rooms, 3 lots, stable, chicken house.  $3,000, !9tfc  FOR SALE, few pure-bred Buff Orping-  ton Cockerels, good laying strain. Phone  3507.   A. E. Harrison, Rutland.        19  FOR SALE, about 40 boxes of good ap.  pies, Stavman Winesap. Miss Craig,  Rutland. Phone 3506. I9tf  WANTED, three Carpenters at once, Ap.  ply Okanagan Building & Trading Co.  Ellis street. I7tf  VACUUM   CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone '342.       I8tf  WANTED, a good   family  Cow.    Apply  T. E. O'Neill, Kelowna. 19-Op  WANTED, one good milk Cow and one  dozen Hens. State price and particulars to Raul Rule, Gellatly, B.G      19-Op  WANTED, second-hand   Trunk, in good  conditiou,    Apply Box F, Record.        19  The Corporation of the City  *       of   Kelowna  TENDERS FOR WATERING STREETS  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon on Saturday,  27th March, for a team and driver for the  City Street Sprinkler, f��r the months of  April, May, June, July August and September of the current year.  Forms of tender may be obtained at the  office of  the City Clerk.   The lowest, or  any, tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  March 17th, 1920.  INVESTIGATING  to see whether or not his tires need  to be vulcanized. He is a wise man;  he ia getting ready for Springtime,  When the nice, clear days come,  his machine will be in perfect condition. The wise man alwaya brings  his tires to us to have them  VULCANIZED  We do nothing but expert work  in that line. ��  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  Corner of Bernard Ave, At Ellis St.,  Kelowne  Extension Table  Centre Table  Office Desk  8-day Clock  2 iron Beds complete  2 Dressers and Stands  2 Toilet Sets   '  2 Cook Stoves  Quantity Pipes  6 Chairs  library Table  Sideboard  2 Wicker Chairs  Congoleum 6 x 10  2 Wood Heaters  Kitchen Table  Quantity Sealers  All Kitchen Utensils  and other articles not mentioned  Terms will be given on the Engine snd  Thresher.    Balance Cash.  No reserve as the ranch is sold.  G. W.Cunningham,Auctioneer  NOTICE  The   Annua)   General Meeting  of tha  Kelowna   Aquatic   Asoociation,   Limited,  will be held in the Board of  Trade building on Monday. March 29th, 1920, at 2 p.m.  H. G. M. WILSON, Sec.  FOR   SALE  Pure-bred W.C. Leghorn Eggs  Pen headed by Quisenbury male  $2 per setting.  Also Day old Chicks.  H. D. RIGGS, Kelowna.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  Home Cured Bacon  We have a stock   of  especially fine Bacon on hand now,  which will please the moat  fastidious.  . Try some and be convinced.  The best of BEEF. MUTTON.  PORK  and L^MB always on  hand.  . Wa ara now making deliveries  Three Times a Day  Veteran Meat Market  Pho  183  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St Paul Street    Kelowna  shed, chicken ran. $4,400, including two  Iota oi 140 x 66.  WOLSELEY AVENUE-Two-atorey frame  house. 7 rooma, bathroom, kitchen, <  woodshed, chicken house, large stable,  cement basement. A . snap for cash,  only $2,200. Don't miaa thia opportunity  RICHTER 3TRE  fully modern,  one acre of choi:  trees,  varieties,:��  Red Astrachan, I ]  I Cherry, I Crab,  Bungalow, 7 rooms,  cssunt basement,  id, 12 bearing fruit  i. I   Ontario, I  Sweet, I Plum,  Crimea Goldeh. I  Yellow  Transparent,   I   Jonothan.    On  terms $5,500.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  SHOE SHINE  AT YOUR SERVICE  CLUB   BARBER   SHOP  We have Clothes for  Men Who WORK  Our Overalls and Jumpers are an index to the rest of the  goods we carry. They wear longer because they are  made stronger. They are made from the best cotton  materials, buttons put on to stay, good heavy pocketing,  roomy, easy fitting. These are the kind you get when  you buy from us. Priced at $2.50, $3 and $3.50  Men's Coverall Overall, in medium weight material for spring  wear.   Cut in full sizes, 5 pockets and watch pocket $4.50  Ladies' Overalls, in blue or khaki drill, washable, $2.75 to $2.95  Men's and Boys' Work Shoes  Men's Leckie Sealskin Work Shoes, Blucher style, box toe, double sole, sewn and screwed, Tony last, very soft and pliable.  Invictus "Army Shoe," plain toe, Goodyear welt, Blucher cut,  a real working man's comfort shoe  Price $12  Men's Kangaroo Bluchers,ezlra wide fitting.lcather countera$4.75  Men's Chrome Tan Bluchers with plain toe  $7.50 pair  Invictus "11-inch top" calf shoe, Coodyear welt Price $14.50  Men's Muleskin Bluchers, with good weight sole $3 pair  Boys' Work Shoes, in Leckie, Skookhum, Kor-Ker and many  other lines of dependable makes, at very close cash prices.  Men's Work Shirts  In a nice quality of khaki, large and roomy in every way, extra  wide body, and extra long sleeves Price $2.25  Men's dark color striped shirts at 1.50 and $1.75  Men's extra heavy Work Shirts in plain colors at... $1.25 to $3.50  Men's Black Sateen Shirts in a very fine quality... 1.50 and $1.75  Boys' Work Shirts in plain blue or tan shades, sizes 12 to 14..$ I  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  CREAM PRICES  from January 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 68c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  AUCTION SALE  Of the Farm Implements and Household Furniture of  R. J. Sproule, Rutland  To bo held on  Wednesday, March 31, at 1.30 p.m.  McLaughlin Car Grey Mara  Double Wagon, box and fruit rack  Fruit Springs Plow  Buggy and Democrat  Spring Tooth Harrow  Horse Cultivator  Planet Jr. Cultivator  Set Double Harneaa  2 Seta Single Harneaa  4 Halters Kimble Harrow  McCormick Mower and Rake  Carpenter Toola  Cross-cut Saw      <  Grindstone  Separator (American Wonder)  Gasoline Engine (2fj h.p.)  3 Fruit Ladders  2 tona Seed Potatoes  HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Hointsman Piano  Oak extension Table  6 oak Chairs oak Sideboard  oak Secretary and Bookcase  Sofa 4 oak Tables  2 Rockere Lot of Pictures  2 Leather Upholstered Rockers  Music Cabinet      Largo congoleum  The above furniture is all in AI condition  aa tha ranch is sold.  16 yards Linoleum  oak Hallrack 3 Bedroom ruga  Singer sewing Machine  8 prs. curtains snd rods  4 iron Beds oompleto  2 oak Dressers  White enamel Dresser  Stair carpet and pads  3 Toilet Sots Gasoline stove  Vacuum washer      Reading Lamp  Vacuum Sweeper       Parlor Lamp  3 glsss Lamps        2 chandeliers  12 doz. Sealers   2 dot SealedjFruit,  Columbia Gramophone. 50 records  Stool Range      Largs wood Heater  2 Kitchen Tables      6 Kitch. chairs  Steam Cooker Bread Mixer  Assortment Diahea and Glassware  AU Kitchen Utensils  3 seta Flat lions  Romington rifle, 44 cal.  100 foot rubber Hoss  3 hives of boss, largo number of  supers and supplies  Aaos Shovels Rakes  hose and so forth  Many articles not mentioned  and will  be sold without reserve  TERMS   CASH  G. W. CUNNINGHAM   ���   Auctioneer


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