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 V  IMrtmw Mtwtb  VOL. XI.   NO. 31  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1919.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Monthly Meeting of  Board of Trade  As tha summer approaches and  work generally in the district has  increased there has been a decided  falling oft in,the. attendance at the  Board of Trade meetings, and the  suggestion waa.made at Tuesday  evening's meeting that the uaual  course be followed and a vacation  declared for a. month or two.. It  was felt however that as this was an  unusual year in the history of the  district, and important developments taking place, amongst them  the building of the railway, it was  impossible to say just what might  arise to claim the attention of the  Board. It waa therefore decided  to continue the meetings each  month without interval. The suggestion waa also made by Mr. Price  that an effort be made to get more  of the farmers as membera, in order  that the Board might be more representative of the district.  A letter was read from Superintendent Brodie of the C.P.R. regarding a request for a through sleeper  from the Landing to Vancouver.  Mr, Brodie pointed out that the  sleeper had been withdrawn owing  tb the lack of patronage. He did  not think there waa sufficient business to warrant such a convenience  bul he was having a aurvey made  of the exact number of sleeping  car passengers who travelled from  the Okanagan to the coast, and  would communicate further.  Mr. Grote Stirling reported on  behalf ot a committee which had  been appointed to secure data regarding land areas suitable for  soldier settlement. A report had  been prepared regarding two larger properties, those of the Land  and Agricultural Co. and the South  Kelowna Land Co. Nothing much  had been done, however, as the  Dominion government had adopted a policy of not purchasing  lands but allow ing soldiers to make  their own selection.  A latter from C.P.R. diatrict superintendent Macnabb stated that instructions had  been given to the local agent to have, the  time of the boat kept aa closely posted aa  poaaible for the convenience of the public.  Aid. J. B. Knowles strongly advocated  the establishment of a fish hatchery to restock the .Okanagsn lake.  In view' of recent fires it wae decided, to  urge the city to sac that apark arresters  are placed upon the smoke stacks of the.  manufacturing plants, it being pointed out  that a bad fire, which might easily arise in  the wholesale diatrict from thia cause,  would apell disaster to the whole district.  Mayor Sutherland, who waa present,  promiaed that the city would secure legal  advice as to its powers in this connection.  It waa alao urged thst the city tske steps  to have removed aeveral unsightly and  dangeroua .partly-burnt buildinga in the  city. Mention waa also made of the heap  of rubbish which had lain undisturbed for  years alongside the road over tke hill hear  Bankhead, and it was arranged to ask the  road man to have it removed or covered,  While on thia aubject of civie improvement the suggestion waa made thst the  Board of Trade building would be better  for s cost of paint, and it was agreed to  call for tenders���and have ths windowa  cleaned. ��  Attention waa drawn by Mr. Price to  the prevalence of a bad weed, the Burdock,  which it waa stated waa increasing every  year. Thia noxious pest ia one of the most  dangeroua of weeds, rendering absolutely  useless in a few years any pasture where  it may gain, a footing. It ia a deep-rooted  plant, aomewhat similar to the rhubarb,  growing to a height of several feet, and  bearing a multitude of prickly aeed burrs,  which adhere to horses manea and tails,  being carried in that way all over the  country. It ia more prevalent in ths east  than here, but it has been, observed at  Ellison, Rutland, and in the city.  Aid. Knowlea aaid ths city had been  endeavoring for several years *o get rid of  it, and he did not think any plant had been  allowed to aeed for soma time paat. Owing to ita long descending root it was difficult to eradicate, and had to ba dug out.  Search for the origin of life is to  recommence in England. The late  Charlton Bastian contended that  he had proved lhat givrn suitable  media and favorable conditions,  living matter was able to spring  <into existence spontaneously. He  was opphsed by Pasleur, Tyndall  and Huxley. Now comes Dr. Bas-  tian's son, demanding for his father  an unprejudiced rehearing.  A party of some ten' or twelve  convalescent soldiers from the lios  pital at Vernon, with the wives of  several, visited Kelowna yesterday  for a little> outing" They arrived  by the afternoon's boat, and after  a round of automobile trips over  the countrv, which were organized  for them by Mr. J. W. Jones, they  were accommodated for the night  at the Palace Hotel, leaving the  following morning on their return.  Rutland News  (iron osr oem aacresDoarlBatV  ' The committee of Rutland and  Benvoulin ladies who ran lhe refreshment booth in lhe Park al  Saturday's Carnival realized over  $64 by their effort.  Mra. B. Hardie, who has been in  town since her accident resulting in  injury lo her foot, returned home  Tuesday. She is much better but  is still obliged to use crutches,  A meeting of the water users  under the Kelowna Irrigation System will be held in the Rutland  School on Monday next, June 23rd  at. 7.30 p.m. All interested are  urgently requested to attend.  The June meeting of the Women'a Institute was held in the  school on Thursday the Uth inst.  There waa a fairly good attendance  including ten visitors. Five new  members joined, making the total  membership 37. The "Mothers"  provided the programme, which  included a pianoforte duet by Mesdames Griffiths and Gray, reading  by Mra. Charlton, entitled "Do we  Make Life too Easy for our Children?" vocal solo "Lullaby," by Mrs.  E. Mugford, and piano solo by Mrs.  Griffiths. Afternoon tea (which  included ice cream) was served  during the social hour; the proceeds, amounting to $10,55, were  given to the Rutland Memorial  Fund.*  Bankhead Challenge  Cup for Competition  The challenge cup given by the  Bankhead Orchard Company Ltd.,  for the best crop of ensilage corn,  is at present held by Mr. A. H.  Crichton, who grew a record crop  last year. This competition is open  to all and is for the best crop of  North West Dent corn (seed pro-  cured from any source) and has to  be won three times to become the  property of the winner, i The competing crops will be judged by a  competent corn authority ai d  names of thote wishing to compete  should be registered with the Bank-  head Orchard Company Ltd. as  soon as possible. There is no.entry  lee and il is hoped that the.e will  be a large number of entries.  The second division of the School  Club, Miss Caldwell's class, gave  an enjoyable enlertainmenl last  Friday afternoon. A dramatized  version ol the last canto of the  Lady of the Lake was acted, and  proved very helpful to a fuller  understanding of the poem. Refreshments were served by the  girls.  e        a  Margaret O'Neil, Alberta Small  and Howard Leathley have shown  themselves lo be the best pupils  this term now attending. They will  take the Departmental Entrance  Examinations to represent the  school. The others who have done  good work during the term will be  passed on the recommendation of  the principal. It is only fair to sav  that the best pupil of all, Dorothy  Morrison, will not be able to take  the examinationa owing to her  mother's illness. It has been a great  disappointment to the tchool.  MARRIAGE I  CAMERON-HOPKINS  The marriage took place on  Thurtday, June 5th, at the residence of Professor John Johnston,  Brooklyn, N.*i., the bride's brother-  in-law, of Elaine Dobson Menelans  Hopkins, youngest daughter of  Mrs. Hopkins and the late William  Menelaus Hopkins, Montreal, Canada, to Captain Gilbert Douglas  Cameron, M.C., 27th Canadian  Bait., second son of Mrs. Cameron  and the late William Cameron,  Guisachan, Kelowna, B.C  The Rev. Dr. J. Knox Wright,  B.C. district secretary of the Canadian Bible Society, will .give a  lecture on " China, the Antique  Empire, and Korea, the Hermit  Kingdom," illustrated with a fine  collection of finely-colored lantern  slides, on Wednesday, July 2nd. in  the Knox church, at 8.15 p.m. No  admission will be charged but an  offering will be taken up in aid of  the Bible Society's funds.  ���  Hospital and War Veterans Will  Benefit By Successful Carnival  Biggest Street Parade Ever Held ��� Gty Park is Filled With  Holiday-Making Crowds ��� Proceeds Will Exceed $1,000  Commencing with a atreet procession which'easily outstripped  anything of the kind ever held here  before, Kelowna's tecond annual  "June Carnival" wat a great tuccets  in many ways. Much time and  energy had been spent in preparation for the event, which waa engineered for the joint benefit of the  local Hospital and the Great War  Veterana' Association, and the  ladies who composed the various  committees���for to the ladies mutt  be given practically the whole of  the credit���should feel highly gratified at the success, financial and  otherwise, which rewarded their  efforts. Though an exact statement  of the takings is not yet possible, it  is probable that upwards of $ 1000  will remain to be divided between  the two institutions after all expenses have heen paid,  Some time before the procession  started the main street was lined  with an expectant crowd, gaily  dressed, and on holiday bent, The  rain clouds of the previous day  had cleared away and the sun  coming out towards noon cleared  things up and made ideal weather  conditions, at least until evening,  when a sudden storm of rain and  wind blowing up from the south  made things unpleasant for a while,  The procession at it started from  the Presbyterian Churcn, was headed by the City Band, carried on  Mr. Chapman's "Giant" truck. Next  came the Scouts' bugle band, which  filled in between piecet and kept  the music going. Then followed  the Scouts, troop on gaily decorated bicycle?, and the Cubs, led by  Cub Donald Loane as the Duke of  Wellington, on a miniature charger.  Perhaps the most pleating part of  the parade were the young tchool  children, some fifty or sixty of  whom came next in order in a  great variety of pretty costumes  representing characters from nursery rhymes, etc. Following these  we're a number of bigger girls, all  so prettily and ingeniously arrayed  that, one was glad to be spared the  task of picking out the best. An  attractive feature was a sedan  chair, carried by Misses Phyllis and  Dorit Teague, Pearl Downing and  Kathleen McKenzie, clad in bright  costumes made from Lawson's  materials.- As passenger they carried a little fairy, Gwen Harding.  More decorated bicycles, and  then a dilapidated "blackboard," a  typical old-time farmer's turnout,  and an Irish market cart, with Miss  Ferrier as the "Bridget.." Mr. Ferrier. as Pat had hia own troubles  with the pig, which by the way  was ultimately sold by auction.  Next came the horseback riders,  cowboys and cow-girls, and the  Misses Dundas with a pack train  carrying the results of a hunting  trip. An auto float decorated in  black and yellow Kelowna colors  represented the Kelowna Athletic  Club. This carried a war canoe,  symbols of the different sports,  and the cups and prizes won by  local players. A truck-load of  noise-makers labelled the "Genuine  Band," led a procession of decorated automobiles, many ol them verv  novel and effective. Included was  a car labelled "Vancouver and Return," which had just arrived in  Kelowna after making the trip via  the "Georgian Circuit," and which  is returning by the same route. The  Occidental Co. had an effective  car displaying their Kelowna canned products. The Fire Brigade  had a great turnout contrasting the  old hand and gasolene pumps and  the two modern auto fire-trucks, a  ".Cleveland " caterpillar tractor  bringing up the rear.  A tour of the butinets blockt  wat made to assist the judges in  awarding the prizes, a list of which  is given below, when they filed into  the Park and the alternoon's programme began.  The judges for the floats, Motor  cars and trucks were : Mrs. McGregor, Penlicton ; Ml*. Town,  Peachland, and Mr! J. W. Jones.  For the rigs, bicycles and horseback riders, Mrs. Land, Peachland,  Mrs. Cameron and Mr. Ballard.'  For the costumes, Mrs. Gartrell,  Summerland, Mrs. J. W. Jones, and  Mr. C. H. Bond.   Following are  the prizewinner!:���  Decorated Float  1st prize, six cabinet photos, Kelowna  Athletic Club.  Decorated Motor Car  lat, flash light, Mr. Linton; 2nd, driving gloves, L. V, Rogers.  Decorated Motor Truck  1st,'ten gallons gasoline, W. MeGib-  bon'a party ; 2nd, ammeter, Hooligan  Band.  Decorated Rig  1st, whip, Mrs. P. C. Anderson ; 2nd,  whip, Miss Ferrier.  Decorated Girlt' Bicycle  1st, chocolates, Grace McCarthy; 2nd,  stationery, Thelma Dillon.  Decorated Boys' Bicycle  1st, watch, Billy Knowles ; 2nd, tie,  Harold Dore.  Lady on Horaeback  1st, brooch, Misa Burtch ; 2nd, silk  hose, Misa K. Murrell.  Gentleman on Horseback  1st, $3 order, Miss Dundes.  Lady's Fancy Costume  1st, Doulton ware, Meryl Thompson ;  2nd, basket, Vivian Jones.  Lady's Comic Costume  1st, vase, Miss V. Bailey ; 2nd, chocolates, Ida Reekie.  Girl't Fancy Costume (over ten)  1st,  ring,   Bertha   Thompson ;   2nd,  bathing cap, Margaret Millie.  Girl's Fancy Costume (under ten)  1st, doll.'Madeline Poole; 2nd, bath,  ing cap, Frances Treadgold.  Boy's Comic Costume (under 10)  1st, plasticine, Pat Woods; 2nd, book,  Malcolm Campbell.  Gent's Comic Costume  lat, cigars, Grant Ferrier.  Best Showing of Lawson's Fabrics  1st, suitcase, Doris Teague.  Beat Costume by Scout .  1st, $3 order, John Aitken.  Cest Co.stume by Cub  1st, necktie, Donald Loane.  Decorated Ford  1st, L. V. Rogers.  Decorated Chevrolet  1st, car bumper, Mr. Linton.  A PICNIC ON A BIG SCALE  Once in the park a multitude of  attractions (.were ready to amuse  the crowd and tempt the dollars  from the pocket. Booths for the  sale of ice cream, candies, flowers,  tobacco and soft drinks���some of  them not so toft, either���fortune  telling, palmistry, and other things  too numerous to mention, were all  doing a roaring business, while  itinerant vendors of balloons, necklets and flags, plied a busy trade.  There was the six-legged call���  now a calf no longer���an exhibition of war trophies, and an Aunt  Sally ���with Kaiser Bill as aunt.  At a platform near the bandstand a concert was carried on  under the management of Miss  Winnie Jones and an 'exhibition  of children'a dancet by pupilt of  Mrt. Anderton. A minttrel troop  arrived during the afternoon in an  automobile and mounted the platform, car and all, giving an amua  ing performance of great talent.  The important matter of refreshments was taken care of by a committee of local ladies with Mrs.  J. H. Davies as convenor. They  had a big tea garden arranged  near the bandstand and another  refreshm>nt booth was provided  by the ladies of Rutland and Benvoulin!  During the afternoon Mr. S. T.  Elliott held an auction aale at  which a very miscellaneous variety  of goods were sold, some of them  several times over.  BETTER BABY CONTEST  This novel feature of the carnival, arranged by Mrs. Dr. Telford,  created a great deal of interest, and  incidentally demonstrated what a  fine healthy new generation is beginning the journey of life in Kelowna. There were 41 entries in  all, and it was remarkable that not  one of them fell below 90 per cen.  of maiks. Diplomas were awarded to all. 'Points on which marka  were deducted were mainly: head,  chest and abdomen measurements,  British Accomplish  Trans-Atlantic Flight  After a non-stop run of 1,900  miles, accomplished in sixteen  hours, two British aviators, Gapt.  Alcock and Lieut. Brown, succeeded in the great feat of flying across  the Atlantic, landing Sunday morning on the coatt of Ireland. It wat  a straight clean-cut flight, without  accident or remarkable incident,  except the loss of their wireless  apparatus by wind.  Enveloped in fog nearly all the  Way and at timea covered with ice  and sleet, it wat an exhautting  journey, and the intrepid adventurer! fully deserve the world applause they will undoubtedly get  and the niche in the temple of  fame won by to notable an achievement. They win, of courte, the  Daily Mail prize of $50,000 offered some time ago.  Many Boys Return this Week  The returned soldiers who came  in Saturday afternoon had an unusually enthuaiastic reception for a  .large proportion of the people attending the carnival made their  wey to the wharf when the tignal  waa heard announcing the boat's  arrival. Those returning were Geo.  Weir, T. Black, D. Lawson, D.  Allen, and possibly others, who  managed to getaway in the crowd  without being noted.  Serg. Harry Allen came in by  car from Vernon Friday, while on  Monday Lt. Wilbur Thomson and  Chas. Favelle were the arrivals.  Yesterday Pte. W. Quigley was  welcomed. He was formerly of  Rutland hut enlisted at Brandon.  An unfortunate incident during  the Carnival Saturday was an accident to Miss Ethelwyn Jones,  who while arranging the concert  fell from the platform, dislocating  her elbow joint. Dr. McGregor of  Penticton happened to be upon  the bjhI, and waif able to attend to  her. ^he consequences of the fall  were not so serious as at first supposed, and beyond the fact that  she will need to carry her arm in a  aling for some time and abstain  from playing the piano she is not  much the worse.  weight, oyer, or undet, umbilicus,  genitalia, birth marks, condition ol  tongue, tonsils and adenoids, mode  of feeding, general nutrition, and  hygiene. Five babies secured 100  per cent, and the prizes awarded  were aa follows:  Clan I, bett boy,Archibald Louden  ��� ���   girl, Margaret Paialey  Class 2, best boy, Eric S. Woodd  ��� ���   girl.Charlotte Patterson  Class 3, best boy, Norman A. Smith  ��� ���   girl, Vera Cushing  Class 4, best boy, Arthur Patterson  >��� ii   girl, Jean Morrison  The five babies which gained  100 per cent, will be examined in  the near future by another doctor  to determine the winner of the  cup. The judging took place in  the Aquatic pavilion, the officiating medical men being Dra. Knox,  Buchanan and McGregor. They  were assisted by several nurses.  The scales used for weighing were  from the Kelowna Hospital, being  the regular baby scales. The entire affair waa very interesting and  successful and reflects great credit  upon Mrs. Telford for its organization.  In the evening was the confetti  carnival, followed by a dance in  the Aquatic pavilion.  Proposed Road Subject of Discussion  Some opposition was raised in  the Board of Trade meeting Tueaday evening to the change which  it was announced waa to be made  in opening up the new road from  Rutland lo the Christian ranch 'at  Ellison. Mr. M. Hereron pointed  out that the road as gazetted tome  yeart ago followed a straight  courte along ihe townthip line,  continuing the present road north  fiom the Rutland ttore. In order  to avoid a swampy place it had  recently been propoted to make a  curve to the west to higher ground,  Thit, Mr. Hereron taid, would be  strongly objected to by the ownera  of property there aa it would cut  many of them off from communication with it, and they would  consequently derive no benefit  from the shorter haul. He admitted lhat the straight road would  cost a little more, but it would be  amply justified. As the new portion cut off two miles in the distance to Vernon it would undoubtedly become part of the main  trunk road.  Mr. W. Price said that aeveral  farmera were wondering why lhe  new road should be built al all.  Only a few settlen would derive  any benefit for yeara to come. The  roada alreadv made were in auch  bad ahape that he believed the  mone) would be better spent in  fixing them up.  Mr. G. Monford alao took thit  view. He pointed out' that the  road through Glenmore represented a taving of three milea on the  journey to Vernon, and by putting  it into good condition the Glenmore people would be given a  good road to haul their produce to  town. He alao reminded the meeting thai the district served bv the  proposed new road would toon br  opened up by the railway which would  pass practically along the aame course.   '  Mr. Hereron vigorously opppoaed thia  view. The new road had been gazetted  yeara ago, aad when constructed would  make ons/af tsvabest stretches of highway  in the district. He strongly criticized some  of the road work which was being done  at the preaent time. Roada were being  gravelled, he aaid, which had not needed a shovelful of. rock for twenty yeara  and would not need it for another twenty. Much of it would have to be raked  off again. The engineer apparently did  not understand conditions. While good  work was being done on the city streets,  that in the country wae bad. Mr, S. T.  Elliott proposed that the Board enter a  strong protest against any change being  made but to have the road put through  as gazetted.  lt was finally arranged that the roada  committee wait on the engineer and ascertain exactly what it waa proposed to do.  The Rev. E. D. Braden will conduct the aervicet ir. the United  church on Sunday next.  Damage to the extent of live  million dollars wat done Monday  in a big fire at Liverpool docka.  The following donations were received  for the hospital during May l Rhubarb and  asparagus, a Friend ; 25 lbe. rhubarb, Mr.  Soames; 3 doz. fresh egga, Mrs. Glenn ; I  quart canned cherries ; sack potatoes,  Watson Bros.; 2 dot, freah eggs, Mrs.  Benson; 21 doz. eggs and 6 lbs. rhubarb  from J. A. Matthew's ranch ; 6 lba. rhu.  barb, Mr. Grummett; 2 lba. butter, Mra.  Winston; sack tumipa, Mr. Lemon ; aack  turnips. Mr, Davis ; rhubarb, water cress  and a cat, Mra. A. Crichton ; bread, Mra.  Galhraith ; 2 aacka potatoes, A. Reese ;  fruit, cream and milk, Mre. Willits; 2 doz.  fresh eggs Mrs. Newton ; asparagus, Mrs.  Birch ; 2 sacks potatoea, Tom Sword? ;.  fruit and pickles, 6 quarts, Mrs. Dillon, jr.;  Potatoes, Anthony Caaorao ; aaparagua, a  riend; 12 quarta canned tomatoea, Mrs.  Bouvette; sack potatoea, Mr. A. Gordon.  Received from patienta $250.50; expenses  $631.09.  Blister Mite of Pear and Apple  By BEN HOY, District Horticulturist, Vernon. B.C.  Thit well-known pest of the Pear ha*  made ita appearance on applea this year  in this district. Por years where spraying  operations have not been properly carried  out this insect has' been found infecting  pear trees, but this is the first report of  apples being attacked in thia section.  If proper spraying measures are not  adopted this pest is capable of doing considerable damage to the apple crop.  Tbe following is the life history and  treatment of this pest as given on page 469  of the New York Experiment Station's  thirty-fifth annual report.  "The Blister Mite, Eriophyea pyri (Pgst.)  Nal., is responsible for dark brown or  blackish patches or blisters, of various  sizes that may cover-much of the leaf, and  sometimes cause it to rupture in one o,  more parts, especially along the margins  The mitea burrow into the leaves from  below, and the irritation they cause indu-  cea the growth of galls. Theae at first are  greenish pimples with a more or leaa reddish tinge. The colors strengthen aa the  galls enlarge, appearing aa  dead areas of  varying size. The galls also show one or  more tiny openings���the tunnels or burrows made by the mites en entering and  leaving the leaf. The mites spend the  winter in the buds, usually under the  second and third layers of bud scales.  They frequently collect in colonies of fity  or more in little depressions in the scales  and are more or less concealed and protected bv the pubescence of tbe buds. As  the buds burst the mites move to the unfolding Reaves, in which they burrow and  establish new colonies. In October the  mites abandon the leaves and hide in the  buds."  Treatment.���Tbe mite is easily controlled by spraying the trees in spring before  the leaves appear with time-sulphur mixture. The concentrated lime-sulphur solution should be diluted in the proportion  of one gallon of the solution, testing 32 to  34 degreea Baume, to ten or twelve gallons  of water for the treatment of the mite  alone; but, if scale is present on trees the  spray ehould be stronger���one gallon to  eight or nine gallons of water. * PAGE TWO  KBLOWNA  RECORD  SYNOPSIS OP OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion of the Province of Britiah Columbia may be leaned for a term of twenty-one yeara at  nn annual rental ot" $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applicationa for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the right**! applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine tit the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territorial tho land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for ahall be  staked  out  by  the  applicant  himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  . morchuii tattle coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  tights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at  the  rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  Wile advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  . Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangements with Harvey,  Duggan fit Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, 1 am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  This experience) has covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm. Implements and Household Furniture. 1 am alao prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such aa Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan ct  Davies.  G. H. KERR  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNE RECORD  PnMiehed arary TtaraaJay at Kelowne,  Britiah. Chunbia  .TOKN LEATBTEY  Beh' tew aad Proprietor  SOBSCBIFTION  BATES  Daltei  fl.no   oar   rear;   75c..   six   months  Staves 10 cents addltloaa).  Subscriber, at tbs isnlar rate csra Isevs  sxtra aansrs mailed to frtsnds at a alstaaas  at HALF RATE. I.S.. II scats est rear.  This snsolat txivttase   Is   araatad   tor   tks  ouraoss ol advertising tba eitv aad distriot.  All ���ribsorloltons sarable la edvaaes  ADVERTISING BATES  LODGE NOTICES. PBOrTESSlONAL OABDB.  ETC.. is oent. nsr column look osr sreak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICB8-��0 dan. Mr  <0 .Invs IT.  WATER NOTICES-ID lor Mrs Insertions.  LEGAL  ADTERTISINO-rint   lassrtioa.    1*  cenls ear  line: sack  subssqusnt  lassrtioa. A  cents nsr lies.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Two  Inches  and aadsr. 10 esats nsr lash lirst ���asariloo  over two Inches 40 osnts osr inch first   In-  sertloa:   20 esats osr Incb esch sahesaaeat  insertion.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -t esats  nsr word    llrat Insertion.  I  oent psr word  sach subsequent laaartioa.  All cimnrrcs In contract advertissmenta mast  be la ths hands ol ths nriattr br Tossdrtt  svenlotr to ensure publication la the salt  Irene,  Hospital Drives Fails  to Reach Objective  The committee of arrangement  for the recent "Hospital Drive", Mr.  P. B. Willita, Rev. E. D. Braden,  and Mr. J. Ball, have submitted an  interim report of the result of that  eftirt to raise funds (or the local  institution. The final report cannot  be submitted at the present time  as several of the canvassers are still  carrying on their work. The result  of lhe collection still falls much  short of the objective of $5000,  which was the sum named as  necessary to provide for urgent  requirements, but a considerable  amount of money has been gathered in, and in addition interest in  the Hospital has been stimulated  in a way which will no doubt make  things easier in the future.  The total amount received and  promised for this year is so far  $3288.50. Of this $3104.50 was  cash collected and available for  immediate needs; post-dated ehe.  ques, $25 in Aug., $6 in Sept., and  $50 irr Aug.; promised for payment  ater in the year ,$103.  The annual subscription! promised, a small proportion of which  may be available before the end of  1919 amounted to $636.  There were also numerous contributions in kind, of which the  following is a list: Potatoes, 60  sacks; onions, 7 sacks: turnips, I  sack; vegetables, 2 sacks as well  as $2 worth annually, and two other  promises of indefinite quantities;  chickens, 9, and one promise of  indefinite quantity ; eggs, 49 doz;  fish, $ I worth monthly; apples, 76  boxes ; crabs, 4 boxes; cherries, 2  crates ; plums, 2 crates; prunes, 3  crates; fruit,6boxes; canned fruit  and jam, 26 jars; tomatoes, 5i gallons and 5 cases; honey, $ 10 worth;  tea, 5 lbs; produce, $40 during  season; produce, $10 worth annuul-  ly ; pickles, quantity Hot stated ;  groceries, quantity not stated;  wood, 4 ricks; electric bulbs, *$5  worth ; bath tubs.  The directors are indebted lo a  number of ladiea who assisted in  the canvass and also to a number  of gentlemen not on the Board.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "M pnePAWto"      Kelowna Troop.  Troop First; Self Laat  Edited by Pioneer. Jane 17th, 1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending June 28th, 1919.  DUTIES : Orderly Patrol for  week,Cougars; the week following  will be spent in camp and orderly  duties will be as potted there.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Wednesday, June 25th. 1919. al  7.15 p.m. This will be the last  regular parade before camp but it  is possible we may be able to make  arrangements for a church parade  on Sunday the 29th of June.  We plan to go to camp at Cedar  Creek on Monday. June 30th, and  to return on Saturday July 12th.  As we go out the Cubs will go in  for a four or five day camp. If all  Scouts attend, along with the recruits  who should be scouts by that tine  we ahall have 41 scouts under  canvas, divided into six patrols. In  addition we may have one or two  old members of the troop, and the  Camp Cook, I Quartermaster and  Scoutmaster with one or two others  of small appetites. We are not sure  yet whether the Commissioner will  be able to attend or not' but we  hope so. If he is in the valley at  that time though he will probably  spend some of his time atthe Summerland camp which will be held  at Osoyoos Lake during the same  time as ours. We do hope that all  parents will see to it that the scout  members of their families are able  to attend camp, and in this way  show that they have a real and  genuine interest in the wlfare of  the troop, because there is no doubt  whatever about it, the eamp is the  one big period of Scout training for  the year. If the boy has been working hard in school or shop he is  entitled to a short holidav; if he is  a leader he has the opportunity of  showing whether he is fit to be one,  and if he is not a leader he has the  opportunity of showing whether he  posesses the qualifications for a  leader. If there should be a Scout  in the troop who is not keen on  camp then the troop would be  much better without him.  The camp fee per scout will be the  same aa laat year���$2.50. Thia, oi courae,  is not enough to pay for the expenses, but  we figure on the concert funds for the  balance. Before the war it waa considered that it coat S3 per week to feed a boy  in a camp of 24.  There will be two daya when the camp  will be open to visitors; namely ths after,  noons of Sunday and Thuraday, the 6th  and 10th of July respectively. On Sunday at 3.30 p.m. we hope to hold a camp  service and the Thuraday will be sports  day, We plan a hike to the railroad on  the aecond Monday in camp, permission  to take part in which must be firat obtained by each scout from hia parents.  Laat year our visitors were conspicuous  by their absence on account of tba report  having got around that we all bad the  meesles. but this year we hope to aee all  our friends and the scouts' parents on one  or both of.the visitors' daya.  We ahould appreciate very much the  offer 6f transportation assistance from  those of our friends having cars.  Tha patrol competitions for the camp  will be the daily tent and patrol competition for tidiness, ore, the Tenderfoot,  Second-Class Ambulance, Kim's Game,  Semaphore Signalling, Mile at Scouts'  Pace, Knot-tying blind-folded, Best Even,  ing'a Camp Firs Entertainment and the  aports on Thursday. Individual competitions will bs the beat samp diary, ths bast  rough sketch map of the camp, and tha  best ten photographs. The map will alao  be accepted for the let-class test.  Last year the Otters won ths tant in.  spaction.   Can they repeat thia year >  Second John N. Butlsr completed  his Second-class Test on the I Ith of June.  Thursday.-|(ine 19,  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all elaases  .of work  Saturday's Football  Match Result  Kelowns 3 Rutland-Ellison I  The football match arraged for  Saturday evening drew a large  crowd to the park about, seven  o'clock, besides those who had  spent the afternoon there and had  supper under the spacious awning  of the tea garden. Kelowna took  the field against a combination  team of Rutland and Ellison boys,  the line-up being as follows:���  W. Woods Goal a Lang  A. Woods R. Back J. Bamling  Hookham L. Back L. Baker  Davies Centre Half       L. Hereron  A. Smith R.Half      I.FiUpalrick  S. Neill LHalf J. Conroy  Whlttinghsm Can. Forward E. Fleming  F. Fowler Outside Right J. Anderson  W. Rowley      Inside Right A. Geen  D. Parkinson Outside Left Ev. Fleming  H. Woods Inside Left P. Sands  Harry Lee, after some persuasion, accepted the onerous poaition  of referee, and a game of thirty  minutes each way was called in  view' of other attractions on the  day's schedule.  The teams started in on a very  even game, with very little dirty  play and far too much solo work.  Both sides appeared to be playing  men who had not touched a ball  in a serious game for a long time,  and there was pronounced lack of  combination and team play, the  home team especially erring in  this respect.  Half-time arrived with no score  on the board, and the change of  end gave the local team an unexpected advantage on account of a  strong wind beating up from the  south-west. With Davies at centre  half, supported by a couple of  good backs, the Rutland forwards  experienced a.lot of trouble, and  with the wind gaining force, their  defence was badly handicapped.  The first goal was scored for Kelowna after ten minutes' play, and  this was tied almost immediately  after a pretty run-down by Everett  Fleming, who centret the ball for  shopting. After this most of the  play waa at the visitors' end, who  settled into a defensive game. A  corner kick very neatly placed by  Woodd, gave Kelowna an [opening  from which a second goal was  scored, about which some dispute  arose, this being aggravated by yet  another shot which netted the  leather in Kelowna's favor.  By this time the Wind had risen  to such an extent as to praticrlly  prohibit play and much time was  wasted on useless grouching over,  decisions, which, had the weatfier  been more clement, would never  have been called for.  Taking the teams as a whole  there is very little to be said in  favor, of either so far as preference  is concerned, and playing on home  ground, as they will later, there  seems no reason why the Rutland eleven should not even the  scoring up a bit.  o  The Pathfinder airplane, owned  by the Victoria branch of the Aerial  League, met with an accident at  Minoru last week while it was taking off tor its flight back to the  capital. The fire extinguisher dropped out of place and fouled the  rudder controls, and the machine  crashed from a height of fifty f-et.  No one waa hurt, but the plane v. as  unable to proceed.  Major Donald B. Martyn who h  just been appointed industrial commissioner to administer the new department of industries for which  the provincial government voted  an appropriation of $2,000,000 to  foster industrial development, particularly for the re-establishment of  returned men, is a Port Haney man  who had a distinguished career at  the front, having been awarded the  D.S.O., M.C. with bar, and French  Croix de Guerre. He was twice  wounded.1  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mrs. Windsor's residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell. , ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  i  Motor Gar Owneil  Now is the time to get your ear overhauled rea  the fine weather.   "A stitch in time saves nine I  a small adjustment may save you a big bill la  The SMITH&McCUBBi  GARAGE  All kind, of  es  Dodge Bros. Touring an}  Business Cars  The best ear on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers C.  With the "Victory*' motor  Republic Trucks and I Trac]  For all hauling and "farm work  Agents for COODYEAR^TffiE3.i  LAWRENCE AVE.  Ph���232: Ntgktf  CREAM PRICE  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. I -60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD  CANADA'S  BEST  BICYCLE  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wiring  aad Supplisn  J. R. CAMPBELL  . Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  Phone I47~  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  .  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and. Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  To Our Customers  Commencing June 1st andcontinuin  through our shipping season, our cit  delivery will be made at 9 a.m. instea  of 2 p.m. as formerly.  Our customers will oblige and help us greatly by keeping th  in mind.   Thanking you  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Feed Stars phone 29 - Osteophone  *s��v'*a^s'***s��*')s��*'*-aT'V'W***asS^  CARTERS TESTED SEED;  Can be obtained at tha RICHTER STREET CREENHOUSI  In 10c and 15c sealed packett or in bulk  Also Vegetable and Flower Plants in all Vatietiee  at reasonable pricea  P A L MS R A RO GE R S O N  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR k BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. VI. GROVES  M. Cen.Soc.C.E.  Consulting Gioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor ���  KELOWNA. B. C.  Dr. j. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST .  Pernios. Street  and   Uwranso  Avians  Goodyear   ::  Tire Prices Drop  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  '      '  1 the following prices:  Kale  Plain  AD-waatlist            Tabes  "W  30x31  32x3$  20 70  22.25         3.25  4.00  22.40  24.65         4.30  5.25  31x4  31.15  34.25         5.35  6.50  32x4  32.95  36.23         535  ,675  33x4  34.80  38.30         5.70  7.00  34x4  36.05  39.70         6.00  7.25  Cord Tin Prices are similarly lowered  Don't wait until your tires Uow out, see BROWNE  the tire man, NOW, and order your  requirements ahead  Goodyear Tin Sorrier, is FREt  Avail yours*.* ��(lu prinlsf��  Vulcanising        Gas        Coal Oil        Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  cor��.,o. DAY and NIGHT  uSZ�� SERVICE  > GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION  TslsphoMs  Day 287  Night 67  easel Thursday, June 19,1919  KK10WHA  > i    ���  EBCOKD  PAaBTHMBB  Strife Specially Priced  ���~r��HE season's latest styles in smart  I    Silk Skirts are on sale thia week  at this remarkably low price.  The colors are Navy, Saxe Blue and  Dustcolor.   Prieeaupfc $45\for $35  Children's Dresses &  Boys' Suits  AN excellent assortment of Children's  Dresses (or ages I to 6 are now on  ���display. These are 'made of Ginghams, Prints and Chambray* in the  season's- latest styles. They aro all  reasonably priced for, quality represented.  CHILDREN'S, ROMPERS AND  Little s Boys' Suits are also on display in a new assortment of styles.  Children's White  Cotton Hose at 25c  Extraordinary value in Children'a  Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose in White.  Come in sixes 5��, 6, 6J, 7,9 rod  9��: Secure these as soon as possible. ...25c pair  Womens White and Grey Canvas  Pumps on Sale Saturday Only  These come'with high heels- and: rubber soles. Excellent  quality plain, pumps, which are usually sold at $2.95 pair.  Small quantities in sizes 3,3J, 4,4i, 5J, 6,6J. 7���95c pair  <%&*Ur  PHONE   361  KBLOWNA  FRUIT PICKERS  Free transportation for tbe accommodation of pickers on the  Orchards of the  ,  Kelowna-Land & Orchard ����� Company, Limited  Dmrins the Cherry Saassa a. motor uW will leave ths saner of Bernard  avetiue a Psndotd street daily, except Sunday,at 630a.m..returning 5J0 p.m.  DDtrrc DAin I Sweet Cherries, per lb. VA cents  m mVX& PMD \ Sour Cherries, per Ib. \% centa  !   'Tfat otrnpany irottld UU pickor-s to-wi^ b their oaur��e�� to lU ol^��  .**'*a*a*s-#*i-tT***-^ty'*s��*��sW#a^^  Just ArrWedr-a eadoad of  Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG  -     Phone 66  The KELOWNA THEATRE  . SatUlday-Mae Allison in "Social Hypocrites."  Tuesday���"The Changing Woman," a study of the effect  of  altitude on the human temperament.   "A Fight for. Millions,",] and a good comedy.  ���- V ,  Thursday���Theda Bare in ''Under the Yoke."  Evsaiag, 7.30 & S.  Marine* Saturday at i p.m.  COAL jO.1L GAS, FUEL  "Ellsworth Burner"  Can be loalalled  in  your  Rtinse, Stove or  Heater���the fire ia economical;  saves labour 1   no waste of beat 1  doss tb* cooking mars evenly than wood i  or cca*.  DEMONSTRATION - O.K. LUMBER OFFICE, KELOWNA  '1 OWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Did you carnivate >  Mr. G.H.Dunn is a visitor to  Victoria this week.  . Mr. John Kyle and achool inspector Anstey are in town for a  few days.  An Indian named Pierre Manuel  was brought op at th* police court  Monday on a charge of Doing drank  and disorderly ia the Park Saturday.  He waa fined SIO and coats.  The Mission Circle of the United  Church is holding a children's  Apron Sal* in Wesley Hall, on  Saturday, June 21 st Afternoon  tea Hill be served.  Prof. Clement of the B.C. Uni.  versity, and Mi. McDonald, of Van.  couver, are here this week aa a  Qualification board under the Sol.  diers* Settlement Act.  Keep July let open for the  united Glenmore picnic It is hoped that every Glenmoriie will be  on hand to spend an enjoyable  time and help others to do the  same.  All odd dishes, cake tins, ox.,  left from the carnival are at the  GW.V.A rooms and can be called  for there. Any ladies having bought  cake, milk, &c, will they kindly  return pans and pails to the same  place?  Tenders are now being called  for in connection with the development and irrigation work on the  goverment's 22,000-acre settlement  area in the Southern Okanagan.  The first unit of construction to  which the Renders will apply is for  eight miles of irrigation ditch.  Breaking into th* aquatic buildings where crockery and' other  things used at the carnival were  stored,a bunch of mischievous boya  did considerable damage Sunday  morning, A large amount of the  crockery was smashed and a quantity of cider stolen. Five of the  boys were brought before the  magistrate Tuesday and fined, having to pay $3.25 each as their share  of tha damage. One boy, was fined  $10 and costs in addition. Another  juvenile offender was up today on  a charge of committing a nuisance  in the same place. He was fined  12.50.  Mr. G. P. Findlayand wife with  Miss Gilles and Mias Cousins,  motored in last week after having  made ah interesting trip from Vancouver over what ia known aa the  "Georgian Circuit," a distance of  about 700 miles. The trip took  about five days, including a day's  stop over in Seattle. The party  were very enthusiastic over the  beauties of the route, which leads  through munificent mountain scenery.' Mr. Findlay, who wilh his  party are guests of Mr. W. A. Scott  of Benvoulin, is head of the Findlay  Co.'s stores at the coaat. He is well  pleased with this district, hut urges  better cooperation between the  automobile clubs of the province if  the .excellent touring conditions to  the south are to be equalled in B.C.  He is returning shortly and has  room for a passenger or two.  Mr. Macferson returned yesterday from a visit to Penticton.  Church of England service will  be held at Rutland Sunday next af  3 o'clock.  Mr. and Mrs. Ferris left Monday  on a visit to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Ballard of the Palace Hotel, are paying a visit ihis  week to Kamloops.  Myrtle Swerdfager and Dorothy  Graham are visiting friends in  Princeton.  Mrs. Sancton, who has been  staying with her sister, Mrs. Wood-  bridge, returned yesterday lo St.  Paul  Messrs, T. W. Stirling and W. G.  Benson, who have been visiting  Victoria, returned Sunday.  Rev. W. M. Armstrong, B.A., will  preach at the Baptist church next  Sunday morning on "A Divine Rule  of Life." At the evening aervice  his topic will be "The Social Laws  of J,  Government Handles  Oil Found in England  Particular interest is being taken  in a discovery of oil in England, a  "gusher" having been revealed in  Derbyshire. The oil, which is now  running out of the well is a true  paraffin base oil of very high qua!-  ity, with 10 per cent, petrol, 40 per  cent, kerosene and the balance  made up of lubricating, gas and  fuel oils. A sample taken has all  the characteristics of high-grade  crude oil, out of which ia obtained  motor oil, paraffin wax and heavy  oil for Diesel engines and admiralty uses. The results obtained constitute a complete triumph for  scientific deduction.  "If this were in the United Slates,"  says Dr. John Cadman, head of the  government petroleum executive,  "there would be a boom.   Wells  would be sunk all over lhe place  and the map would change hands  daily. Fortunately the government  controls the boring, and such conditions can not therefore obtain  here. The cabinet is now deciding _  to whom the oil belongs and how .  iit is to be worked."  ������'  A large power plant is to be installed on the Similkameen river  three and a half miles above Oro-  ville at an expenditure of $350,000.  The power will be used for pumping water for irrigation purposes  and for the operation of mines in  the district.  A syndicate of Penticton people  has recently taken over the Leslie  Hill ranch at Osovoos, it was reported recently. This ranch comprises about 1000 acres, of which  nearly 100 acres is in fruit. The  purchase price was in the neighborhood of $50,000.  Benvoulin Notes  The Benvoulin United-Farm Women of E*kC. 'met at th* Manse on  Thursday last.  On Saturday, at the afternoon  tea booth in charge of Rutland and  Benvoulin ladies, lhe sum of $65.25  was realized.  Misses Enid and Vera Johnston  of Vernon arrived by motor Saturday last. They spent the weekend  with Mrs. DeMara, returning Monday moming to Vemon.  The Benvoulin United Farm Women of B.C. will meet at the Manse  on Thursday afternoon, June 26th  al three o'clock.  Genuine Tan Calf  Army Bluchers  Goodyear Welted  $8.50  Special shipment just p laced on  tha shelves. This is ths boot  that wss issued to the boys st  ths front. Its the ideal boot for  ���ho ranch and other heavy work  ���not for dancing. Tha price  at my store ia 18,30.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Latimer left  Tuesday on their return to Can-  more, after spending a short time  in Kelowna. Mrs. Latimer was  formerly a Miss Harvey.  Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trench left  Tuesday for a holiday at the coaat.  Thev will be away for three or  four weeks.  A broken gold ring and a gold  brooch were picked up in the park,  on Saturdaj and can be claimed  at Knowles' store.  Mr. W. Harvey relumed Sunday  from a visit to the coast, where he  attended lhe Oddfellows' anniversary meetinga.  s Will all Glenmore ladies meet in  the schoolhouse on Monday, June  23rd, at 3 p.m.) It is necessary to  get ahead with preparations for  the July dance. A good beginning  piomises a successful ending.  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  Co-operate With US  and be assured of GOOD RETURNS on  your 1919 Fruit and Vegetable Crops.  Our organization is the most economical  and reliable. High prices. Quick psyments  Special Offer: 5.000 sacks. 12c each  Sole agents for the famous Quaker products  Flour $5.60 per 100; Bran $2.50;  Shorts $2.75.    Also  Potatoes, Sugar, jams, Canned Goods  A Limited Quantity of Cider,"50 cents gallon  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  Our road is now in a fit condition tor fruit hauling having during  the paat two weeks had some very  necessary repairs made upon it,  Lieut. M. B. Brown, a birdman  who has served two years in the  aerial force in Fiance, arrived here  last week. He is from Oxford,  England, and intends to spend  some time in becoming familiar  with the possibilities and conditions  of ranch life in this country.  W OOuC]TsBt,iL   I  Premi,es ��n Lawrence At).  Manufacturing Co. ��_��  r�� i  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique Furniture and Goods of all kinda  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises. paoe rooi  KBEOWNA   EECOM  Thursday, June 19,1919  Vinol will Stop a Cough  and Break Up a Cold  A constitutional remedy that removes the cause by  building up the system. These elements contained  in Vinol���Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron, Manganese and Glycerophosphates���soon create an  energy that throws off the cold and prevents its  reoccurrence. It has given ninety per cent satisfaction for sixteen years. HERE IS PROOF:  Dunn, N.C.  "I suffered with a chronic cold for  four months, coughed day and night.  Hsd to keep oa working when I was  not able to. I saw Vinol advertised  and triad it, and I want to toll you it  just cured that cold in a short time.  lt mad. me eat and slssp well, better  svsrywsy."���J. C. Bagley, Dunn, N. G.  Lagrange, N.C  "For years I suffered with a chronic  cough, so I could not sleep nights and  continued to lose flesh. Hy druggist  asked me to try Vinol. It cured my  cough, I can sleep nights snd have  gained twelve pounds. Vinol is the  best tonic and tissue builder I have ever  taken."    W.D.Ren, Legrmngc.N.C.  far aU r*n-4ewrB, asrvoui, aaaemlo (renditions, weak woman, overworked man,  feekle aU reeale aad delicate ekildren, ther* Is no remedy like Vinol.  | it ol Creates Strength  P. B. WILLITS & CO.,  KELOWNA  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Assure Yourself  of Good Prices  Not only for this year but for succeeding  years, by increasing the power of the Growers' Organization to establish markets on a  sound and permanent basis.  The most efficient sales force and widest  distribution are at your service through the  Co-operative channel.  Before placing your crop see the local manager, Mr. Slater.  Flour and Feed  We carry only the Best Brands" and highest  grades at Right Prices.  New Vegetable Sacks; 12c  Let us have your reservation.  Ke  owna Growers' Exchange  Phones: Office 37; Feed Store 29  WATER  NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  Take notice that Henry McDougal, whose  address is Kelowna, B.C.. will apply for a  licence to take and use 150 acre\feet and  to store 150 acre fe*t of water out of  Spring rising in Rose Valley, which Hows  South-easterly and draina into Okanagan  Lake. The storage dam will be located  in Rose Valley juat north of the northeast corner of district lot 2168. The capacity of the reservoir to be created is about  80 acre feet, and it will flood about six  acres of land. The water will be diverted  from lhe stream at the south-east corner  of district lot 2188, and will be uaed for  irrigation purpose upon the land described  as district lot 503. Thia notice waa posted uu the 3rd day of June, 1919. A copy  of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914"  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Vernon. Objections to the  application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C., within thirty days sfter the  first appearance of thia notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publication of this notice is June 5, 1919.  HENRY McDOUGAL,  Applicant.  29-3p By Arthur Johnson, Agent.  HE  Dominion of Canada  offers  you   every   safeguard   for   your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  C Your postmaster will register every War Sayings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp worth $5.00 in .1924.  *" NATTONAT. WAB SAVINGS COMMITTEE  (JtrllWr Columbia Division) Vancouver, It. ('.  BWDtWFT $TAMK  "A chiel'i amang yc ulun' notes and  felh,  he'll  pte nt them."���Bums.  Gorj give us men I A time like thit demand*  Strong minds, great hearts, true faith and  ready hands;  Men whom the lust of office does not kill;  Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy;  Men who possess opinions and a will;  Men who have honor; men who will not  lie.  a man who has recently been finding one  of the worries of life is preventing grass  growing at all in some parts where hundreds of blades persisted in appearing.  You see he wants some seeds to sprout  there, but they arefither too ob tinate or  too diffident, while the grass ia too aggressive altogether. Thoae wise old saws  are not always to be depended upon.  The steamer Niagara which tailed from Hobart for Vancouver on  March 29. carried 250,000 pounds  of raspberry pulp from Australia to  Canada.  The Corpoiation  of The City of Kelowna  The Collector for the Corporation of the  City of Kelowna desires to inform all per-  sons whose taxes have become delinquent  that, under the Municipal Act, he is required to forward by registered mail on  before the first day of July next a notice  to all persons shown by the records of the  Land Registry Office as having a registered interest in the property against which  there are delinquent taxes, advising them  that on the first day of September next  the said property will be sold, unless the  taxes delinquent thereon n*ge sooner paid.  P. D. DUNN,  Collector for fhe Corporation  of the City of Kelowna.  Kelowna, B.C.,  June 10th. 1919. 30-2  Surely we can all echo the prayer of  the poet given above. Perhaps it could  be amended to more of such men because  the world has such men now only not in  sufficient numbers to counteract the mis-  chievious elements of society.  Collective bargaining, high cost of living, Ace, are given aa causes of the world  turmoil, and doubtless are contributory to  it, but, the plain fact is, that the spirit of  utter selfishness ao rampant in the world  to-day is the root of the whole matter.  Henry Ward Beecher.l think it was, when  asked if he did not think Christianity a  failure, replied that Christianity could not  have proved a failure aa it had never bean  tried. Only the application of the Golden  Rule will restore this sick and sorry old  world to a proper balance. This may seem  a little "preachy." It ia not presented in  this spirit but as a practical and practicable solution, indeed, the only one for the  settlement of the problem. Then will  society return to the condition described  in the following lines :���  Then none was for a party,  Then all were for the state;  Then the great man helped the poor,  And the poor man loved the great;  Then lands were fairly portioned,  Then spoils were fairly sold;  The Romans were like brothers,  In the brave days of old.  ���  It has been  said the man  who makes  two blades of grass grow where  only one  grew before confers a benefit on the world.  Well, maybe, but it all depends.   1 know  Want Ads.  THE  OKANAGAN   BROKERAGE  E. W. Wilkinson .    ?     Jas. Inglis  Local Team Suffers  First Defeaj  Armstrong 6 ....*�����:...  It was the tan.  4-1 .^  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "'Tender for  wharf at Naramata, B.C.," will be received  at this office until 12 o'clock noon, Wad  nesday, July 9,1919, for the construction  of a wharf at Naramata, Diatrict of Yale,  British Columbia.  Plans and forms of contract can bs ssen  Snd specifications and forms of tender ob.  tained at this Department, at ths office of  the District Engineer at Chase, B.C, snd  at the Post Offices, Vancouver, B.C. and  Naramata, B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with con  ditions contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 px. of the  amount of the tender. War Loan Bonds  of the Dominion will also be accepted as  security, or war bonds and cheques if  required to make up sn odd amount.  Not*���Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10, payable to the order of the Minister of Public  Works, which will be returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. June 5, 1919. 30-1  ilowna I  teVmTartTtra^ Park  the Armstrong boya being down t  meet them in a league game. Ther  waa a large crowd out and ths]  game was a good one.   Up to ths]  last quarter it looked as though  would be an easy win for the loc  boys,.the scare at the end  of  third bring 4 to I in favor of Kel  ownn.    They seemed to lose ihea  ��rip of things in the last quartel  however, for while they were urf  able  to  score  again,  the  viaitori  piled up another seven, mekinfcthj  final score 8 to 4 in favor of  strong'.  To-day   the   Enderby   bai  team meets Kelowns: in a leagu-j  game in the park.   -  LEAGUE  STANDINGS  BASEBALL     ,   >  Games Ruas  Tsara Played   Won    Lost    For Af'n  Kelowns.....   2        2        0      26  Enderby    3        2        I       32  Vemon    3        0        3       14  IN  THE MATTER  OF   THE IN-  SOLVENT ESTATE OF THOMAS  DUGGAN, late  of Kelowna,  British  Columbia, Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE  is  hereby   given  that   Clara  Duggan,   widow,    and    Thomas   David  Ossian Duggan, farmer, both'of Kelowna,  B.C., the administrators  of  the  estate of  the above-named  deceased, haye made a  declaration dated  the I Ith day  of  J ine,  1919, under Part VII   of  the "Administration Act/' that the said estate is insolvents  and have filed the same  in  the Supreme  Court Registry, at Vernon, B.C.  NOTICE is further given that a meeting  of creditors of the said estate will be held  at the office ot the undersigned at 7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna. B.C., on the 30th  day of June, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, for the giving of directions with  reference to the disposal of the estate.  NOTICE is further given that all persons  having claims against   the  estate  of  the  said deceased are required to send in par.  ticulsrs of the same verified  by   statutory  declaration to the undersigned on or before the 26th day of July, 1919, after which  date the  administrators will proceed   to  distribute the estate, having   regard   only  to such claims as shall have been received  by the said date.  Dated the 16th day of June, 1919.  R. B. KERR,  Solicitor for the Administrators,  31-5       7. Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna. B.C  ELLISON  35 ACRES on Vernon road, close to  church and school, all under cultivation.  Price for quick aale $8,750, on terms.  RUTLAND  10 ACRES, all in orchard, 8-year-old.  Varieties, Prunes, Pears, Macs, Spys,  Jonathans. Good house, two storey, 5  rooms, cement basement. Stable holds  4 horses and three cows. Chicken house  Buildings estimated $1,500. Price $5,000.  Cash $3,000, balance to be arranged at  7 per cent.   Clear title.  Full particulara apply to  THE OKANAGAN BROrCERAGE  Phone 116  "Opposite the wharf"  Kelowna  Box 116  FOB   SALE  YOUNG   PIGS for  sale.   6   weeks   old.  Apply R, J. Sproule, Rutland.        30-lp  SHARPLES SEPARATOR, as good as  new, only used eight months, 400 lbs.  capacity. A. W, Cooke, Kelowna Field.  Box 126, Kelowna. , 30-lp  FOR SALE, three Cocker Spaniel Pups,  pure bred. Real ladies' pets. Apply  Blacksmith, L 6c A Ranch, Rutland.  30-lp  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  In the matter of Central Okanagan Lands  Limited and The Kelowna Irrigation  Company Limited  Between Thomas H, Milne (on behalf of  himself and all other of the holders of  Debentures entitled to the benefit of the  Indenture mentioned in the endorsement  on the Writ of Summons in this action),  Plaintiff  and  Central Oksnsgsn Lands, Limited, and  Dominion Trust Company (added by order  dated 26th day of May, 1915) and the Kelowna Irrigation Company Limited (added  by order dated 22nd November, 1915),  Defendants.  Pursuant to an order of the Honourable  Mr, Justice Murphy made herein on the  5th day of June, 1919, Tenders will be received by the undersigned for ths purchase of Lot 6, Block 17, according to Map  462, City of Kelowna, on which is erected  a wooden building. Persons tendering  will please state the terma offered.  All tender must be accompanied by a  certified cheque for an amount equal to  10 per cent of the purchase price.  The sale will be subject to the approval  of the Court.  Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 10th day  of June, 1919.  W. M. MACLACHLAN,  Receiver and Manager,  Central Okanagan Lands Limited, and  Kelowna Irrigation Company, Limited  30-2  Automobile"  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  PIGS FOR SALE, Purs-bred Berkshire!. 6  to 18 weeka old. Apply Thomas Bul.  man, Vemon Road.   Phone 3206,   30-1  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, smart Young Lady Clerk. Apply Alagard'a Confectionery. 28t(  SMART GIRL WANTED as Telephone  Operator. Apply Head Operator, phone  213, Kelowna Exchange. 30tf  WANTED, Men to construct aersrsl miles  of barbed wire fence by contract. Apply  Thomas Bulman, Vernon Road. Phone  3206 30-1  MISCELLANEOUS  BLANKET SPECIAL, During June only.  Blankets at the old price, 50c par pair,  and dried out-doors. Kelowna Steam  Laundry. 20-lp  BURROUGHS  Adding Machines  Free Trial  Easy Terms  R. T. ROBERTSON  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  292,,  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267 P.O. Box 351  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Buaineaa 164.Residence91  P.O. Box 22   THE    Veteran Meat Market  Special Display of Choice,  BEEF  Sirloin Steak  35c  Round Steak  30e  Rump Roast  30c  Nice Oven Roast  25c  Brisket  22c  Boneless Stewing Beef ,.. 25c  Shin Beef  IOc  J. E. JAMES  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  Cash and Carry  >     LACROSSE  Games Coals   _  Team        Played Won    Lost   For As'nd  Armstrong.... -3 3        0      26       lj  Kelowna    2 117  Vernon    3 0        3        9  "The Saturday Evening Post" id  less than five centa a copy, $2.5 C  year; "The Country Gentleman]  for leas than four centa a copy  $1.75 a year; including postage  A. R. Dorais, authorized agent, 63}  Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C.  5^**VWV^��*V%^N^WWl*V*/s^%'WW  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the rime to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and maks it  like new.  Mattresses Pianoa. tec.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped for all kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and will give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harness on hand  At rock bottom pricea '  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna  BIG AUCTION SAL^  At residence of H. .Francis, Park Avenue,  SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, at 1 o'clock  Cood old country Piano  2 Upholstered Easy Chairs  Bracketa  Copper Coal Scuttle      **  6 Dining Chaira  Hand-carved Smokers' Cabinet  Baby'a Chair  White Bed Room Set '  Pots  Set Dinner China  Copper Tea Kettle  Bath Tub (child'a)  Kitchen Cupboard  Step Ladder  Mahogany Chest of Drawera  Vacuum Cleaner ���  4-ft. Iron Bed and Mattrese .   , .  Mahogany Cheat ol Drawera  Walnut Wash Stand  Bolsters and Blankets  Wellbunk'a Boilerette (steam cooker)  Bookcase and Desk  Brass Lamp on Standard  Carpets and Curtains  Piano Stool  Lot of Framed Pictures  Bric-a-brac  TesTsbls  Hand-carved Monk's Seat  Mshogany CeUarette  Folding Card Table  2 Single Beds end Mattreaaes  Pans  Dishes        ,  Linen Basket -  Washing Mschine  Wringer  Garden and other Tools  Bedroom Crockery  Coal Oil Heater  Adjustable Table  Mahogany Framed Mirror  Bedroom Carpets  Household Linen  Refrigerator  2 Screens  Verandah Sun Blinda  Large Double Beds  Rugs  Heater  Cushions '  Dining Table]  Writing Deskf  Window Seat  White Wardrobe  Kitchen Utensils  Kettles  Mirror  Camp Bed  Sealera  Flour Bin  Bedroom Set  Bedroom Chaira  Invalid's Chair  Mahogany Tabid  Towel Rack  Pillows  Hot water Bottle'  Books  Skis  3 Deck Chaira  Dinner Wagon  Old Country;  Terms Gash,  This will be a good opportunity to secure some  Household Effects and Rarieties.  No other goods will be sold at this sale  STOCKWELL'S. LTD.   -   AUCTIONEERS  GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS


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