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 Itotri  VOL. V.  NO. 33.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913.  $1,50 Per Annum.  Meeting  of  City Council  Council Asked to Give Site  for Armoury  The council meeting held on Friday  was attended by Aldermen Calder, Co-  sens, Copeland and Thompson in addition to the mayor.  Tho report of the building inspector  Mr. J. A. Biggar was received for (he  first six months af the current   year  as follows:  Dear Sirs,���  From January 1st to June 30th,  there huve been granted 114 building  permits, aa against 67 during the corresponding months of 1912.  The building, an classed us follows:  Besidencss 1107,466  Business Blocks 101,033  Miscellaneous ��� ���      ��8,466  Total .377,643  being a net gain of 147 per oent over  the first six months of last year.  In Woodlawn and other subdivisions  adjoining the city ,30,000 Would be  a conservative estimate of buildings  erected and now under construction  whioh would make a grand total of  $307,463.  Some of the most prominent buildings arc tbe Kelowna Central School  building, ths Willits block, the Casorso block and the Canadian Bank of  Commerce.  I may add that the approximate estimates given is in nearly every case  from 20 to 40 per cent., below ths  real   oost. Respectfully submitted1,  J. A. BIUUAK.  Building   Inspector.  Ths report was commented upon st  being extremely creditable to thc oily  and an excellent evidence ol prosperity. It was pointed out by the mayor  that th* 1'iuanciol Times showed  Kelowna to be the highest plaoed oity  in the list of building for Western  Canada and the second highest in the  whole dominion in the latest statistical record.  Major Clarke appeared to discuss  with th* oouuoil the matter of the  proposed armory referred to last week.  Hs stated that the government was  prepared to ereot an armory provided  that the city authorities would give a  site; the building would compare in  size with the new edifice at Vernon,  its oost might be anything from fourteen to twenty thousand dollars and  its size would probably be about 120  feet long by 1(0 or CO wide. It would  be used prinmriiy as an armory and  drill hall and il conveniently situated  oould bs used by the cadets and boy  scouts.  Its equipment would include gymna-  stio appliances and it might bs used  for dances provided they were in (id  of charity, the rant in such coses being merely nominal!-'  The olork was requested to enter into correspondence with the minister of  militia with a view to getting details  of size of building and the ground it  would occupy.  The mayor pointed out to Major  Clarke that the only three po Uons of  land at ths disposal <of the oity ware  the park, the exhibitjlom grounds and  the sewage ground (llaitghter.) The  exhibition grounds hnjrt appealed most  suitable because ths II, 0. Hon*, who  would use th* drill hall most would  find it convenient to their mounted parade ground.  Major Clarke ' observed that such  proximity was of no oonsequenoo in  tho case of tbe mounted troops who  could easily ride a mil s or so to i heir  drill area: hs thought the only possible place was the park and the eity  might rout assured tlhat the government would only erect suoh a building  an would be an ornamttnt to the park.  The corner of the park- bordered by  Abbott, street' and the oreek wae then  suggested and considered a suitable  spot. Major Ctarie in support of his  view pointed out that it would.be urn-  desirable for oadete, for instance to  have to traverse the length of JQlie  street to the exhibition grounds at  night; he added that the proposed  building would alscit inolude a miniature shooting range i.  The mayor closed the discussion by  stating that the city would give a  good Bite if they \ fere satisfied as to  ths nature 'and ap pearonoe of the armory and he tequi Mted tha clerk to  correspond witt. O ll. Hughes wttfa    a  view to obtaining details of what the  department proposed to erect.  It was proposed bo Alderman Calder  and^Alderman Cosens that tbe assessment roll for 1913 as presented by the  assessor Mr. P. T. Dunn' be accept**!.  Carried1.  It was moved by Alderman Thompson and Alderman Copeland that a  Court of Revision be held for hearing  and determining! any complaints  against the assessment on Monday,  Aug. 11, at 10 a.m.  A report was received in connection  with the prevalence of thistles. Alderman Copeland said that if all thietiVs  were cut down in their green stage  tho stalks (which were hollow) would  fill with wuter und the roots would lie  destroyed in addition to which the  scedswould not mature and blow about  whereas if the weeds were left until  they flowered it would then be too  late to prevent dissemination by cutting for the soeds would continue to  mature after' connection with the root  had been severed.  A long list of property affected with  thistles was produced showing ownors  of the same und it was deemed advisable to' tali,- .-iteji.'i to ensure the extermination of this noxious weed.  Alderman Calder reported that he  had visited the ('.P.R. agent in reference to putting a colored light on the  wharf for the guidance ol belated small  craft on the lake; it was explained,  however, that the wharf which had  been discussed in this connection at  the last meeting wos the ferry wharf  lis being moro generally usod for small  boats.  On the subjects of lights it was  stated that the colored bulbs along  the purk side walk were,-dim, and had  not been renewed since lust season.  The; report of the finnnoe committee recommending payment of the following accounts wns adopted:  F. Swainson, speoia! polioe duty    3.50  Duncan MoPhro, teaming 160.88  George McPhec, foaming .... 48.75  W. H. Paisley,, teaming .... 7�� 00  A. R. Davy, cutting grass . . . 44.42  H. A. Maidment, work on street 22.99  Tennis Tournament at  Penticton  The third Inter-Volley tonnis tournament is on this woek at I'eutiolon,  commencing Tuesday, i'lnyers from all  over the Okanagan roprosontlng. Vernon, Kelowna, Peuchland, Hummerlnnd  and i'onticton are taking part In the  contests, Five cups are ofiVr.-d for competition in men's singles, ladies' singles, men's doubles; ladies' doubles  inn. tnixed doubles in addition to numerous prizes.  The entries in a!J number 4fl, of  which Kelowna Furnishes twelve: Dr.  Boyce, Messrs. P. A. Taylor, Gardner,  H.G. IH. Wilson, W. E. Adams, CI.  Scon and Stone, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs.  Mitchell, Minn f Jardner, Miss Spencer,  Miss Seon and Miss B. Sfion, Messrs.  Seon and Stone wer* the winners of  the cup last  year in tlie men's doubles.  On the opening day of the tournament a dance was held at the Hotel  Incolu, und n similar eve nt is to take  place tonight at. the Aquatic Pavilion.  Baseball  (>8.UU  62.86  16.98  8.02  81.00  Toe Smith, work on street . . 12.06  Owen Gregg, worit on street . . 3.26  I. McCurdy, work on street . . 1.50  J. Sileoek, work on street . . . 9.58  Chas. Stewart, work 011 street .' M...3  P. Cofley, work an waterworks construction   ItZ. Bonjean, waterworks ....  A. Maidment, waterworks . .  John Brodie, waterworks . . .  P. E. Corby, plumbing inspect  or's fees for May and dune ,  F. Allan, sewer work 18.00  G. Andrew, sewer work .... 2.35  K. R. Bailey, P.O. box rent  year ending July 1, 1U14 . . 5.00  Kelowna Garage and Machine  Works Co. supplies      6.17  Crane Co., powerhouse supplies . 93.(/T6  Palmer & Rogerson, park   and  street, acct for June 173.00  Dominion of Canada Guarantee  & Accident Insurance Co. . ��� 12.50   f-   False Bottom Cherry Boxes  Four thousand baskets of oherries,  shipped' to Now York from Wenatchee,  Wash., were seized Tuesday by the  commissioner of weights und measures  who charged that they wore short of a  quart by more than nine cubic centimeters oaoh. The discovery was made  when one of the baskets hnd been eaten into the false bottom by a mouse.   ���   Band Concert Program  Orangemen Will  Celebrate at Enderby  The "Glorious Twelfth" and 2.-..rd  anniversary of the Rattle of the Hoyne  will be celebrated In the usual loyal  manner by the Orangemen of the Valley at Enderby. Somo doubt hasfoaa  felt locally as lo whether arrangements oould be made for the trip up  the valley and it was feared that, a  smaller affair would have to lie got  up in a hurry al Kelowna to accommodate the points down lhe lake, J.ul  almost at the last moment, the C.P.K.  have announced their willingness to run  the excursion, and there will no doubt  be a large number of people participate  from Kelowna, Summerland, Peachland  and Penticton.  The departure from Kolowna on tin  12th, which is next Saturday, will be  by the "Okanagan" which will probably arrive at the wharf a little earlier than usual. The rest of the journey will 1*. by train to Kndorby. For  lhe return trip the "Okanagan" ' will  remain at the Landing, the "Aberdeen'  making the usual schedule trip down  in the afternoon.  The loyal members of Enderby are  making extensive preparations for the  entertainment of their visitors and ��  programme of sports, etc., will 1�� in  eluded in thu dav's amusements.  Local Oddfellows Instal  Officers  Once more our baseball boys drank  from the bitter cup of defeat yesterday  at Vernon. The game, however was a  good game with the exception of the  third inning whon the VernoniteB secured four runs by bunching hits and  some loose fielding on the part of the  Kelowna team. Kelowna presented' a  changed line up in ihis game and the  now men worked nicely at the first  and third corners, and when the whole  team have been together and worked  together on the diamond for a week  or so and become familiar with each  other's stylo of play the local aggregation will be a hard nut to crack.  The new material on the team has ad-  Jed much strength to tho hitting and  resterd.iy Williams, who so far has  proved so hard for the local players to  hit found his task much harder and  everybody got busy with the stick and  hit hard, the Vernonites Holding saved  several good hits. However Kelowna  registered six hits while Vernon got  oight, bul the latter were lucky in getting them in a bunch while the Kelowna hits were scattered. The game  closed with the score 5 to 1 in favor  of Vernon.  According to reports ihe Revolatoko  team handed Kamloops lhe most decisive beating of the season at Revelstoke yesterday, the score being, according to a wire reoeived in Vernon  wns 26 to 5.  Owing to lack of time and space lasL  week we reluctantly omitted to mention the baseball games played by the  local aggregation'. On Thursday tlie  boys of the Orchard City suffered de-  foat at the hand's of thi. Revelstoke  team by a score of 5 to 0.  On July 2nd the local baseball team  journeyed down tho lake to Penticton  whone they played two of the beet  games of ball ever witnessed in tho  valley. They defeated Oroville, Wash.,  iu- the forenoon by a score of 1 to 0,  nnd in the afternoon suffered defeat by  the same score at tho hands of the  Pen Wet on team, which was reinforced  by outside players. Henning being unable to accompany the team loft a  weak spot ib) the box which was filled1  in by Purdy and Tait respectively.  The baseball game at Kamloops last  week between Vernon and Kamloops,  went only fivo innings, the score at  that stage being 0���0. A dispute arose  as to a decision of the umpire and  others beside the players took part.  The result was that Manager Eastman  of the Vernon club was put unj-ter arrest and the game called off. The fault  however, according to our Kamloops  exchange was not Eastman's but the  outsiders who "butted-in."  The following program will  ba ren  dered at tbe park tomorrow evening:  Orange Feather.  "Kountf the World." ....   T.osey  Synopsis:���Cod Save tho King, Yankee Doodle, Last Rose of Summer, Ths  Campbells aro Coming. La Marseillaise, Gnribald's Hymn, Austrian Hymn  Spanish Royul March, Die Waoht am  Phein, Russian National Hymn, Japanese Processionol Tune, Dixie, Maple  Leaf.  "Rise Sons of William."  Cornet solo, 'Viotorian Polka' Brown  N. Bornholdt.  Spanish Serenade, 'La Manola. F,ulton  "Protestant Boys."  Shottischo "Barn Dance." .  . Casey  "Boyne Water."  *0 Canada."  "God Save the King."  N. Bornholdt, Conduotor   j   The Chapter of the Rural Deanery of  the Okanagan will meet in Kelowna  on Tuesday the 15th. There will be  Evensong at 8 o'clock. Special preach  er, the Rev. J. Comyn Ching, Rector  of Vernon.  The local order of Oddfellows held  special meeting last Thursday evening  for the purpose of installing ofTioers  for the current year. The ceremony was  performed by District Deputy Urand  Master, J, H, Class of Pentioton!  siste.1 by Bro. Webber, P, (J. M.J The  following is a list of officers for thi  year:  N.Ci.���L. V. Rogers.  V.O.-A. Edwards.  Rec.-Soc.���Harvey  Brown.  Pin.-Sec.���IL Newby. .  Treas.���W. R. Trench.  W.���Ceo. Kennedy.  C-H. Willits.  R.S.N.G.-P. B, Corby.  T..S.N.G.-H. Glenn,  R.S.S.���B. Korman.  L.S.S.-M. Byrns.  J.P.G.-F. Armstrong.  R.S.V.G.-R. Ehret.      .  L.S.V.G.-O. I). Campbell.  l.G.-B, fimlth,  O.G.���A.  I,.  Patterson.  Chaplain,���J.   I tie-hards.  Org.-W. M. Parker.  The order is making considerable  progress In the Kolowna distriot, a  large number of mombers having Joined during the last twelve mouths.  Rutland News  (From our own correapondent)  Miss FIobsis Dilworth is visiting  Mends at Calgary.  Miss Gladys Bird has accepted a position in Kelowna at Alsgard's candy  store.  Annual school meeting will be hold  in Small hall on Saturday evening at  �� p.m.  The success of the last ice cream social has tempted tho I.adiea Aid to  organize another, to be hold at the  home of,Mr. and Mrs. Hay on Tuesdnv  evening, July 15th. Programme and  prices similar to laat social.  BLACK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL  HONOR ROLL  Following are the names of pupils  who havo gained marks worthy of  mention during the month of June:  DIVISION "I"  Karla MoDonald .  Consuelo  Wolasy .  Dora Peass 95  Morriam Woolsey .  .    92  Blanche Ford 95  Mildred Ford ....    94  Margery T.anadown . . 90  Lillian Sproule .... 90  Beth Dalgloish  .... 95     92  Amy Pluming SO     96  DIVISION "II"  Leslie Richards  ...  S3    100  Con. Keg. Studies  .   92    100     77  95    100     78  95  95  98  100  91  H7  76  79  72  70  78  80  69  79  Verna Ford 82  Marjorio Johnson . . 76  Wm. Lansdown .... 78  Evelyn Sproul .... 77  Melville Lcaithlcy ... 76  Elva Fleming 78  .Trim McDonald  .  .  Netta Monford . .  Marv Pease ....   f  97  90  97  97  95  84  82  76  78  80  77  76 90  74 95  76     90  85     81  78  Bill to Reform Calendar  A bill hss just been introduced kito  ths British house ot commons by Mr.  Robert Psaros to reform the oaten iar  by filing Easter, and inorsusing ths  number of bank holidays. In ths memorandum attached to th* awasun, it  is stated that the Swiss government,  in November, 1910, at the instance of  the International Congress of Chambers of Commerce held in London in  June, 1910, agreed to take steps for  an international diplomatic conference  on the subject of fixing Easter and  otherwise reforming the calendar. The  British government and other European powers had, it was understood,  ixpressed willingness to take part in  such a conference.  The bill is intended as a basis for  an Imperial conference on the subject,  and it proposes that the first of the  year should be a bank holiday sailed  New Year Day, but not be a day of  the week or of the month or quarter.  This leaves for the rest of the year  364 days, which divide into te*r equal  quarters of exactly 13 weeks, dWiowl  into two months of 30 days such and  one of 31 days. Starting in 1914, Salter Sunday and all ths moveable Inste.  feasts, and dntes dependant upon it  would be fixed so as to fall rn every  year on the same day of ths same  month, as well as on the same day  of thu weok. April 12 would, it is pio-  posed, then nnd always be Easter Sunday. Christmas Day, December 25th,  would always be on Wednesday. "I'.ncli  day of tho month would always fall  on the aamo day of the week. To provide for leap year, one other bank  holiday, to be called Leap Year Day,  would in leap year be inserted between  June 31 and July 1. It would not be  a day of the week, month or quarter.  74  76  ���+���  Jaok London, the author, is in a  California hospital' where he will undergo an operation for appendioitis.  His physician says London's general  condition is such that ho should be  out again in about ten days.  Special service at the Cotton Tabernacle, opposite tho new school. A Bible  study at 10 a.m. on Salurday. The  Bubjocts on Sunday will be: at 3 p.m  "Tho Timo of the Sotting of tho Court  in Hoaven." and at 8 p.m."What ii  Meant by thia Sitting." All are wel  Merchants Association  and Credit  At the meeting of the Kelowna Her-  ehants Association last night the subject of giving oredit to "slow payers''  was again discussed. For a long time  it has been felt that some combined  action should be taken to atop the increasing burden of bad debts and the  doubtful accounts with whioh the merchants have to contend, and steps are  being taken which will help to reduce  (hose to a minimum.  The need of legible signs at the corners of the streets was also bronght  up, and a resolution passed' lhat the  council be urged to provide the^e. The  assistance of the Hoard of Trade was  invoked in pressing tho matter upon  (he oounoil.   _|   Cnuding is in progress at the end  of Pendozi street, being the extreme  north end of tho new lake-shore road.  The widening of the road through  Okanagan Mission from the tennia  . ourts to the Bellevue Hotel is now  being carried on and will prove of  great benefit when properly completed1.  A new ^telephone has been added to  the line at Okanagan Mission and' installed at the residence of Dr. Wans-  1'orough Jones, the number being 23 U.  A considerable portion of Pentloton's  inhabitants will be visiting Kelowna  rext Thursday. The occasion Is the  picnio conneotcd with tho Sunday  ichools, and it is expected that about  300 children, besides a host of parents  and friends will take part in the excursion. Tho day has been deolared a  civic holiday in Penticton. The Steam*  (t Aberdeen has been chartered to convey the party and will arrive hare  , about 11 a.m.  Items from Ellison  (From our own correspondent)  On returning from the picnio at  Okanagan Centre on the 1st. inst., one  of our well known worthies had the  misfortune to upset the buggy, whilst  driving along a road which had been  recently graded. As a result of the  accident he and the fair lady who waa  with him were thrown out of the vehicle, the lady unfortunately receiving  a fine pair of black eyes whilst tbe  gentleman had his chin badly cutf Buggies don't like you B . . . . you realJy  will have to get an auto, Mike's get>  ting one.  Wo note with great .pleasure that  building operations are in full swing  in this district again. Our progressive  friend, Mr. M. Hereron is having another large hay barn built on his  ranch, in order that the crop (one of  tne largest he has had) may bo secured against damage by the,elements,  thereby ensuring Mb customers the  very best grade of hay. The barn,  which is being constructed id hold 125  tons' of hay is 100 feet long, 54r feet  wide and 31 foet high. Mr. G. A. Bowser, tho contractor, expects to have  the building completed by the end of  the week. This is Mr. Horeron's second  barn built specially for storing hay,  whilst Mr. J. Christian and Mr. H.  (".eon also possess large barns built  oxpressly for storing their share of  Canada's largest crop.   1   J. Chamberlain 77 Years Old  Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain celebrated his 77th birthday Tuesday. Only four members are still in the House  of Commons who were there when  "Joe" Chamberlain entered in 1876,  viz., Rt, Hon. Arthur J. Balfour. jfx>rd  Claude Hamilton, Henry Chaplin and  Thomas Burt.  Amongst the several distinguished  invalids at the present time aro Walter Long, who ha* undergone an operation1; Earl Minto and Sir T. Carson,  who are suffering from neuritis.   4   PROPOSED NATIONAL LIVE STOCK  SHOW  Proposed New Anglican  Diocese  Biahop Be Pencier has announced  that good progress is being made in  tho proposed division of the present  Anglican diocese of New Westminster  into two' parts, the northern, part of  which will be known as the Miaaionaiy  See of Cariboo. Tho synod for th.  election of the now biahop will be as-  aembleil in thc autumn, and it is hoped thnt tho new diooeee will be in ao*  tive work in the beginning of the new  year.   ���   Airship Manufacture Not  Profitable  Despite th. large subsidies granted by  the German government to the Zeppelin eompany, the balance sheet from  her last tiacal year shows a loss of  8378,000, a aum representing half the  firm's capital. The loss is explained by  tho long list of disaster, thai have  occurred to tho various airships planned by the veteran, Count Zeppelin.  Incidentally, the price of a Zeppelin  airship haa doubled in the last two  years, having risen from 8125,000 to  NSQ.000.   ���   Using dynamite as a substitute for  firecrackers, some men at Nakusp,  whose identity provincial police are endeavoring to asoertain blew the corner  off the house of D. T. Bulgtsr, shipyards superintendent, and tore- a huge  hole in the ground during a Fourth of  Tuly celebration. Ur. Bulger and wife  had left the house a few moment* before tlie explosion, whioh wae caused  by several sticks of dynamite. The police believe the explosion was the result of a drunken prank.  Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of agriculture, haa appointed a oommiaaion  to enquire into the poasibility of holding a national live stock show on thte  linea of that at Chicago. The following  are the members of tho commission'  Mr. .lohn Bright, live atock oomiuis  aionerH Dr. Creamer, western representative of tho live stook branch, and Dr.  Tolmie of Britiah Columbia. It is  thought that| later an eastern member may be appointed.  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  Notice is hereby given that the first  sitting of the nnnual Court of Revision  of the Municipality of the City of Kelowna    will    be   hold in the   council  chamber. Bernard avenue, Kelowna-, B.  C, on Monday, tho 11th day of August, 1913, at ten o'clock in the   forenoon, for the purpose of hearing oom-  plaints against the assessment aa made  by the assessor, and for revising   and  correcting the assessment roll.  City Clerk's Offioa,  Kelowna, B. 0.  July 4th, 1918.  ,  G. H. DUNN.  33-7 City Clerk KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, July 10  THE KELOWNA RECORD  Publishes every Thursday at th*  Office. Kelowna, B. 0,  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor und Proprietor  3uba.cript.ou 81.50 per annum.  To United States 92.00 per annum,.  Advertising rates upon application,  Jupiter Fluviui and Jupiter Tonana  art vising With euuh other in their  efturts tu show tho mortals their power over the elements. So far dupitsr  I'lii.iiis wii.rt ths luureU. The down  puur of Sunday wus u record hrenkoi'  whily it la��t��d.  The city father* are taking a Com*  ijn.-ijtlu.lj].; pride in keeping the business  streets clear of puper aud rubbish aud  lha residential sections free from wefcds  and grunt.. It is to Ije hoped that the  tt.'sidents und lot owners will co operate with the street committee in this  good work. With fertile soil in which  ull kinds of shade trees grow to perfection and which in u't the same time  idvjt-1 for lawns there is no good tea  .-.on why one little town hy the lake  should not become as famous fur the  baaivty of its hoiuul and t..cu' tnitTOUU-  dings aa it now is for its charming  situation, its scenery and its orchards.  But no matter how much care and  attention may be given to individual  homes, if the streets ure ilil kept, lhe  sidewalks out ol repair, vacun. lots  weed grown and buildings unpuintiil.  ihe general' effect is bad and the well  kept  home  nerves   only   to  emphanize  tho defects of the whole.  It is to oorrOof these evils lhat in  many towns associations of oil./ens  have been formed for (he express purpose of cultivating a taste for the  beautiful and of improving local' con-  flit ions. In most eases these have  been productive of the greatest good.  Interest in things beautiful has been  aroused, the practical result nf which  is seen in elo.ui streets, cleaner lanes,  better kept lawns, well painted buildings, more trees and, above all, ne.il  thier and happier people.  Irrigation Works in Northern  India  Th* greatest enterprise ever undertaken hy British Irrigation engineer*.,  the Lower Bari Doab ('anal, in the  Punjab has just been completed, and  it.-* opening makes a landmark in the  wonderful and romantic story of Indian irrigation. The engineering supplement of the London Time*, contains  an aceount of the eomplotion of thin  third-and last seotion of the "Triple  <'aiiat Project" which is now irrigating vaat areas in tho Punjab.  Ths Lower Bari Donb Canal is nn  usual in construction, for it actually  crosses, upon ft level, the important  rivsr Ravi. The new onnal has DOtt  about one and a half millions sterling  and it i-, expected that it will irrigate  ovtr 871,000 acres of crops. The C'he-  nah Canal, which is another section  of tht Triple Project atone irrigat<��H an  area equivalent to two-thords ol the  wIioU cultivated area af Egypt. The  gnat Punjab canals have done more  for they have literally peopled the  desert wastes. The cultivators have  been established in (listrids which  were formerly quite Dtsbass, Their village! are thriving, their I,ind is growing in value, and for them the desert  sands havo indeed proven golden. The  Triple Project cost close to 67(000*-  000 but it yields to the government  a return upon capital outlay of 7\  per cent. Yet H means affluence to  the peasantry altO, and life in the canal colonies in so popular .among the  Stalwart men of Northern India that  the development of irrigation is seriously affecting recruiting for the native army.  Coming Irrigation Convention at Lethbridge  The "Official Call" of the West-rn  Canada Irrigation Association invlt'nif  delegates and the people of western  Canada to attend their seventh annual convention to be held in Loth-  bridgo, August 5th, 6th and 7th has  been issued from the office of the executive at Calgary, aud is both attractive and interesting. Not only will  there be an excellent program of addresses by men prominent In irrigation  and agriculture iu the whole of Western Canada and south of the line, but  in addition a splendid program of entertainment and amusement  hns    been  provided,  Amongst those who will speak ia,  Mr. W. A. Holubird, who comes repre  anting the International Irrigation  Congress, und is general manager of  the California Development Company  of Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. Wm. Han-  ley, president of the Oregon Irrigation  Congress, The Hon. Neil Neill, trade  and Immigration commissioner of the  United States and Canada, aud Mr. D.  IL Bark, engineer in charge of irrigation 'investigations for the United  Slates government in the state of Idaho. Mr. L. 0. Armstrong, former industrial commissioner of the Canadian  Pacific Railway at Montreal, will deliver an illustrated lectin's on "The  West of Pioneer Days," and illustrate  same by up-to-date moving pictures,  Dr. J. (i. Rutherford, Supt. of Agricultural and animal husbandry branches of the Canadian Pacific Railway  will tell of the work of the International Institute of Agriculture at Home  John H. I-ewiB, state engineer for  Oregon will speak on "Irrigation practised in Oregon" and Prof. P. H. Ne  wall, director of tho United Stales  Reclamation service, will talk on the  "Economic Aspects of Irrigation" us  adaptable to Canada."  Amongst the local speakers who will  address the delegates will bo Prof.  W. J. Rlliott, principal of the government agricultural school at Olds, Alberta, who will tell what the provincial government propose to do along  education on irrigation lines, Dr. Allison Smith, of tho Cypress Mills Water Users association who has made, a  special success of his farm at Medicine  Hat, and who will tell the farmers of  the difficulties he encountered in his  pioneer days and how he overcome  them, Mr. W. .H. Fairfield, Buperin>  tendent of the Dominion Experimental  farm at Lethbridge who is probably  the most n< 'ed exponent of alfalfa culture in thn west, will talk on the  growth of his valuable crop, and Walter Buck vale of Medicine Hat will1  make a special address to farmers. It  is expected lhal Mr. E. F. Drake, superintendent of irrigation ol the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, will be  on hand, nnd in addition the ministers of agriculture of the three western provinces will lake an active part.  Premier Sifton, Premier Scott, and  Premier McBride are ail expected to  l>e present and with the active campaign that the association is undertaking, it is expected that th.* convention will be largely attended and  be ond of great interest and "alus to  the delegates.  One of the morning's will be given  up to a motor trip to the Irrigated  districts, the coal mir.es, the famous  viaduct, 1117 fflst high by over a mile  long, lite government experiment ul  farm and other points of interest.  There will be a luncheon on ,Mr. |D. J,  Whitney's farm and the proceedings  will close with a banquet to the visiting delegates By the board of trade.  In Oregon, says an exchange practically all fruits have liwn badly damaged by frost. The yield will be much  below the average. Parts of Idaho will  also have a very light crop,  A joint stock company for the purpose of starting a fur farm has been  organized at Kxeter, Ont. The territory purchased by the company is to  be stocked with tmiskrat, skunk and  mink and later on it is intended to  include the breeding of foxes in the  foxes in the industry.  An Edmonton fur company is suit!  to have paid more than $10,000 for  el*.-en fox skins this spring. A recent  shipment included one pure black fox  skin, valued at 81,500 und three handsome pelts, traced with silver, said  to be worth 82,500. They were caught  in the Peace River country, where the  trappers are making efforts to take  the animals alive, realizing that they  bring more money for breeding purposes than for their skins alone. It  is Hkely that a/ fox breeding farm will  be established on the outskirts of Edmonton this year.  Increasing Emigration From  England to Canada  "I'he total immigration to Canada  during April and May, 1013 was 140,-  660, made np'ol W...M0 British, 33,607  American and 56,618 from all' other  countries.  During April and May, 1013 the tot-  nl was 11)9,4SO composed of 42,279  British 3...MHS American and 40,679  from all' other countries.  The increase is 13 percent. The figures show an increase of nearly 10,-  000 from Britain, with a Corresponding  decrease from the American movement.  Great Britain, it is said, is negotiating for an Unger airship whioh is  larger, faster and more rigid than any  other designed, including the Zeppelin.  The Governor-General His Royal High  ness thc Duke of Connaught, has accepted an extension of his term of  office as governor-general of Canada  for one year.  Widely Bigned jjelitions are to be sent  to King George by the Allied Temperance forces of Montreal asking His  Majesty to forbid the use of his royal  name aud titlg.or tbe introduction of  any words indicating royal patronage  of brands of liquors anywhere within  ths British Empire.  Wedding cake boxes oan be purchased for 11.50 per dozen at J. B. Knowles, the jeweler.  jtbrd  The right hind axle of the Ford  is a masterpiece. So are the other  axles���and all parts that make the  complete car. But it's the result  obtained by the harmonious working  of all its parts that has made the  Ford " the universal car.'  More tlr.n 275,000 Ford, now in .enice���convincing evidence nl llieir wonderlul niclit.  Price.: Run.bout $788; louring Cr $863���  f.o b. Kelowna with .11 equipment. Get inter-  eating " Ford Time. " Irom Wakrrville F.ictory  or Irom the Kelowna G.ra���e ond Machine  Work. Co., Ltd., Kelownn.  'Phone 4801  P.O. Bo. I?.  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana,   Specification,   and    E.timalea  Furnished  Building of every description   undertaken in Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, n specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  FRUIT, HAY AND MIXED  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.    Any sized acreages.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terms :   Quarter caih down, balance I, 2,  3 years at 7 per cent, interest.   Soil, black  mellow loam.  Also 2,000 acres en block, very choicest of  land. Reasonable prices and terms. Best  large investment in B.C. Prices one-half  less than what other Okanagan companies  sell for. As for quality of soil we invite  personal inspection and comparison with  other high-priced lands in this valley.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange  Choice Alberta improved farms and city  lots exchanged for Kelowna and Oki.n-.gan  fruit, hay and residential lots. Alberta  property rising in value rapidly.  I Panhard Levasson Automobile  45h.-p. Cost $6,000 new. Will sell for  $800 cash, or will exchange for lots, horses  or cattle.  HITCHNER BROTHERS  We.tb.nk, B.C.  "Phone 240  P.O.Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  ^(/f ReDair    ^��W ^'" Machinery, Factory  Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We StOck   C��ld  R��lled Sha'tin��'  ^ta^ Screws, Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  Agent, for the f.mou.  CADILLAC CARS  ���t.o fo:  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the  services  of  an  automobile expert who haa had years of experience in first-class  shops.    We  are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.C.  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  these products  PRICES, Sec, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  Kel  owna  Can Grow the Fruit  No Doubt About That  We Can Do the Printing  We have a fully equipped plant which  is growing all the. time and we shall  be glad to place it at your disposal  Record Office  'PHONE 94 Thursday, July 10  KELOWNA EECOKB  H.&K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  ICE CREAM  PURE    If    p     PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.   FLEET,  'Phone 24 Hr-adquarters:   Brooke's Livery  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.i  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2��, 4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand.  Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May Ist, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS,Ld.  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  The Incola Hotel  -   PENTICTON   -  Is a most desirable place -to spend  the  Week  End  RATES AS FOLLOWS:  From Friday Night, Including Sunday Dinner - Six Dollars  Saturday Night, Including Sunday Dinner - Three Dollars  Music in  Spacious Rotunda  8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturdays.  HAVE YOUR  BUTTER  WRAPPERS  PRINTED  with your name and address and get the credit for  your skfll in its preparation  Storekeepers Will Buy Labelled  Butter  much more readily than  lhat which gives no indication where It came from  500 $2.25  1,000 $3.50  Including Paper  Call and see Samples at  RECORD OFFICE  BERNARD AVENUE  Letters of a Self-raised Off te Boy  to Hit Pal  In which Jimmy tella of Kelownft happening! to Mr,  Sidney Harper, of Vtuirouver, B.C.  Dear Sid,���You know how I h%vt^  been tilling you of the canopy of fade-  leu bhio and of tho smiling akiee of  our peBiieM Valley. I'm afraid1.Sid,I'll  luivu to eat those words, we. have been  getting large and generous helpings of  wetness. It reached the grand finalaon  Sunday last. On that day Jupiter I'lu-  viua looted the flood gates, and believe me boy sho nun. did rain ���ome,  you couldn't gee over half a block  away. Some of the people here tell uie  they have noticed thu skin growing  between their toes, if it don't fltop  soon we'll have a grand settlement of  web-feet.  Do you remember those Arabs what  you told mo you saw in Seattle? We1  aro going to have them at the opera  house next week. From what you Baid  and from what we hear from others  they are about as good tumblora ns  tho Kelowna ball team I  In speaking of the ball team I aeo  several now players around town for  which heaven be duly thanked. We  either need some now, players or eleo  an infusion of ginger into the ones  we've got. But never mind, aa 1 have  remarked oft before, you cau't k^rp a  squirrel on the ground, and our team  is sure to get a strangle hold on fate  and wrest victory from her tenuc oub  !grasp.  I    On the first our laerosse team jour  neyed to Kamloops to play thoir team  'or  what by courtesy was called     tho  1 Kamloops 'team, but in reality     was  I made  up prineiaplly  of base hirelings  from your own dear Vancouver.     Ke-  i lowna  waB  oonceded  about  as     much  j chance ub a snow-ball in the realm    ol  j Mophistofleas   (I   know    that's  spelled  wrong but you   know what   I mean).  ��� Did  we lose?   (Altogether now I)      Wo  did not!    The game was a tie, whioh  .was really a great  victory.  The team  plays Armstrong today and tho   boys  ' swear to win or else leave their   tottered and bruised bodies on the battle  field.  Oh I Sid I almoBt forgot to tell you  I that we aro going to havo an "Uncle  Tom's Cabin at the opera house on  ! the 30th of July. This one. is Uie  real thing, with a band and real blood  hounds. They are going to give a  atreet parade and one performance nnd  we aro assured of a fine bill.  Well, Sid, I guoss that's about all  all. A short whi o ago, Hr. Hudfin,  a looal photographer, but one of national reputation came to the boss and  asked him, if he got a moviog picture  camera and took views in Kelowna  and' the valley would he run them in  tho opeta house and Dreamland. The  boss said ho ri.to would, so they got  together and determined that the inst  picture would be of the Dominion Day  sports at Pentioton. Mr. Hudson went  down and Been red some fine viows, one  in particular being the Kelowna people coming of? the Aberdeen, these pictures we will show in the near future.  Au revoir Sid, bo a good boy to  your parents and heaven will reward  you. How about that marriage of  yours, has it fallen through? If it  haa, yon had better oome to Kelowna  to heal your broken heart. Wo have  some of the finest menders of broken  hearts in the world right here In Kelowna. Your old pal,  Jim.  A law which want into effect this  month makes murder in Washington no  longer punishable with death. Capital  punishment may be meted out only  for treason, while one who takes tbe  life of another will face life imprison  GENUINE SALE  of SUMMER STOCK  Commence. FRIDAY, JULY  I Ith  ond ond. SATURDAY. JULY 19th.  Muat make room for F.ll  good., therefore you will  have one week of bargain, in  Men's Clothing  ,, i Hats  ��� Underwear  ��� Shirts  �� Ties  i etc. etc. Ate  All stock not specially marked will  he subject to dricount as follows :���  Overalls, 5 p.c.  Other Goods, 10 p.c.  off Cash Prices, S9 that there will  be reductions oui everything.  -See small bills for .other patliculsrs  H.F.  H  I  C  K  S  Water Street  (I.t Block North)  N.er Bonk of Montreal  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  ond Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ii B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetaon Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. H.rvey. B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royitl Collie   nl   Muiic,   and lately  with Kendrick ryne. Mui, Doc, Organist of the  Cathedml, Manchester, Eng,,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Trench  Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   of   every   description   lupplied.  41/  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137 . KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Bo. 110 Tlrona ft.  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lesson! In  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Conversational or otlierwite  STUDIO -Morriion-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tc BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates (riven [or publicBuild-  iiigs,Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, JVc.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aiioria.tr of the Royal College of Oiganicti, Lond.)  Civet leuoni in the above  subjects,  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  at local examinationi (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' lucceatfut  teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univeraity)  Residence :  GLENN AVENUE  Me��Mgea  may   be  left  at  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M.(London)  teachei correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ooer Royal lianli   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Late Principal and Solo VlolinlatCru-  atal Palace Orcheatral Society, and  City of London Orcheatral Society  Particular, and Term, on application to  P.O. BOX 262, KELOWNA, B.C.  First-Glass Five-Passenger  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  'Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  A DAINTY "DEPOS-ART VASE  This Vase la 10 Inches high and  combines at once the Intrinsic worth  of pure silver on crystal.  The care, taste and ability exercised In applying delicate traceries of  pure silver, for these objects always  appeal to the artistic. For an attractive  gift nothing is so pleasing as a piece  of "DEPOS-ART." Our stock embraces many choice pieces both  useful and ornamental.  V. 6325  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.   -    Telephone 270  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187  Pendozi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish & Harding.'.)  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    -    Proprietor  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and Illionoia  in 1910 a. a three-year-old. principally  over half-mile track.. That campaign wa.  one of the harde.t ever given a three-  year-old, and enly a great colt could have  atood it. He Matted in 16 race, that ye.r  and took . mark of 13..  Hi. breeding i. a. follow, i  Sired by Leland Onward. 2-4. | first  dam, Ollie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a son of Nutwood;   second dam,  Trilby Wilks, by Nutwood Wilks.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25  when  mare proves to be in foal  Stand, at at.Lle of owner,  J. N. CAMERON  CONCRETE  WORK  Thi. i. to announce that I have pur-  ch.aed the contracting plant and buai-  ni-aa of Clement-Rigg. and .hall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  I have had many year's experience. I  have . full equipment of power mixer.,  , tie, and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and   idewalks.  Excavating Contract*  h. wrrTER  OFFICE! RESIDENCE:  Clement ef Rival' lata office.    Wool.cley Av.  Wale,.Street Richter Street  It hat been  ���aid that the  AVERAGE  person haa a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  " Tho photographer in your town "  Gaddes-McTavish  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217    -     Leckie Block  , KELOWNA S.ECORD  Thursday, July 10  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priest s Orchard  Have for sale  ORCHARD  LANDS  Planted and Unplanted  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bencl-  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  CI  ose in on  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O.Box 174  All complete line of Samson & Royalty brand of  HAY & HARVEST  TOOLS  PRICES THE LOWEST  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. H. P. HorrocliR will not receive  nun in until fall.  ��� *   t  It in a short lane that Lai no tin  cunt..  ��� ���  ���  Mr.  Le Kiohmond returned from the  const  Tuesday.  ��� ���   t  Mrs. J. \V. Jones will receive on Friday, July 11th, ami not again uutil  September,  ��� ���  ��  Thy Rev. I). I-.. Ilnti of Vernon will  preach in iho Daptlit church on Sun*  ilny next.  ��� ���   ���  Miss Mary Itoirooks is visiting Miss  WiillUon ut Vernon nnd also friends  tit   I.umby.  Mr. J. M. Croft wns joined lundny  Inst hy hie wife and son who are just  arrived from Scotland.  ��� ��   ��  Mr. I*, V. Rogers, principal of the  high school- is nt present in I'oachlitnd  Conducting the examinations there.  ��� ���   ���  Mr. Allxjrt Curts left Tuesday morning for Armelrong, where ho haa in-  iiTi'st in a ranch.  ��� ���   ��  A fine baby girl was born to Mr.  nnd Mrs. A. .1. Walters lust Wotlnot-  Iny. .July 2nd.  ��� *   *  The railway camps on the hill all  report thnt they are now well supplied with men and are ut present running full handed.  ��� ���   ���  A tennis tournament is taking place  this week at Penticton. A number of  Kelowna players haw gone down   to  lake part.  Ihirglurs lust weok entered the store  of the Naramata Supply Co.. opened  the safe and stole $.s0, some boots  were also taken.  ��� t   ���  The annual court of revioion to hear  complaints against the assessment and  for revising aud correcting the roll is  to lm held in the oounoil chamber on  Monday, Aug.   II, at 10 a.m.  ��� ���   ���  Our American friends celebrated the  glorious fourth in true fashion ai ih��  park on Friday evening and the many  American selections by the band    aidd-  d greatly to the delight of the crowd.  ��  ���  *  Mr. and Mrs. C. 0, Josselyn havo  arrived in Spokane after a most en-  joyablo motor trip from Kelowna. Owing to a break in the road between  Westbank and Summerland ii was necessary to take the boat as far as  Penticton. The rest of the journey,  however, was made by oar.  ��� ��   ��  I'he boys of the lacrosse club who  were in the ill-fated auto which broke  down H few miles out of Kamloojra on  tho return trip and had to wait for  repairs from the coast before* they  could continue their journey artrived  Sunday after spending a very enjoyable week in the windy oity.  Phone  154  P.O. Box  19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of building...       Residence* and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have . (ull line of interior decoration., emulating of the l.teat and moat up-  to-date wall hanging..     Call and inapect ray atock of Wallpaper, and get my  e.timate on your apring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage aolicited  Mr. J, 0. StookweU has rentid' .the  aid Stilling & I'itcuirn packing ahed  ifrom tho C.I'.H., nnil will fit it up  n. nn miction and store room for fur  nitnre Bto. Regular auction snleui arto  lo bo held. Thcro is also ample Hpacd  for the storing of furniture for which  ii small monthly rental Is lo be  charged.  ...  The annual excursion of the Knot  Presbyterian .Sunday school will tnki 1  place on Thumlay next, duly 17 to  Okanagan -Landing, Members of the  Sunday school are invited to Tiring a  friend and the Indies are requested to  bring baakete. The excursionist! will  leave on the "S. S. Okanagan" an her  regular trip and return 'oy the same  steamer in the afternoon.  ...  The growing business of the Itoyu.l  Hank has necessitated Borne considerable changes and increase in tho loee.l  stall this month. Mr. U. E. Rankiai.  from the brunch nl Princeton succeeds  an teller. Mr. Horner, who lias been  moved to the const. Mr. I). M. Glas*  and Mr. .1. 10. Butler, both from'Vancouver are new members of the stall  Mies Conlin, has tyen engaged as  stenographer,  . . .  I Mr. (!eo. Chew, one of the contractors oil tho Kettle Valley railway, who  is in charge of the camp which lie*  nearest to Kelowna has just installed  four machine drills, which arc greatly  advancing the work. Mesers. Drone,  Duffy and Hockman who are operating  near the summit expect, to be through  the steam shovol work in about three  weeks. This will mean that ateei eas  now be laid    from   Carmi   to     Geo,  Miss M. Coppingham ia the  if Mrs. W. E. Adams.  gue-t  Mi.. J. Wilde left for a vacation  at  coaat un Saturday of laat week.  the  Mr. A. W. Bowaer left on a trip to  Kiigland on Tuesday.  9   .   e  The  hill  on  the   K.L.O. roau  i.  now  undergoing much-needed repair..  ...  Miss Dorothy    Harrington, ol Sum  merland is visiting Miss Beaaie Uaddea.  ...  Mrs. MoNab of Kamloops is spending some   time in   the city      visiting  leieuils and relatives.  ...  Mr. A. Peahody left on Tuesday  for a holiday trip to California. He  spects to be away about six weeks.  *   ��   *  Mim. Capt. Knight and Master McDonnell left for Winnipeg last Wednesday. ...  4 ��� ���  The proposed additional performance  of Ssn Toy has been abandoned. All  members of the cast are requested to return their costumes to the practise room  not later than Saturday, the 12th inst.  t   ���   ��  I nglish church service will be held  next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clook in  the I'.aet Kelowna school house.  ��� ���   ���  The Choir and Chancel Guild of St-  Michael's churoh are holding a picnic  thit. afternoon up the lake.  ��� t   *  Ur. Gaddes and Mr. H. E. Canavan  are making a few weeks tour in Southern California, and will probably, il  llie heat  is  not  too  great,   visit    the  jrreiit Panama canal workings.  ��� *   ���  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clement and  hitdren set out last week on a moat  ambitious motor tour which will extend over a couple of months. Mr.  Clement hopes to reach Winnipeg by  road and has taken a southern route  touching Spokane.  ��� *   ���  VAN PRAAGII-LUCAS  On Thursday of laat week lhe  wedding took place of Mr. F. Van  Pianuli and (Miss M. J. Lucas, al  thc Anglican church. The best  mnn and bridesmaid were Mr,  II. M. Gonde nnd Miss D. Hogarth  respectively. The ceremony waa  attended by a number of friends  nnd the service waa performed by  the Rev. C. H. Meyrick. Photographs of lhe bridal pnrty were  taken immediatelv afterwards and  the wedded couple left for Vernon  by car en route to Kamloopa. The  bridegroom wore an immaculate  blue suit while the bride was attired in a most becoming drees of  white silk wilh lace insertion and  wore n large picture hat. After  the honeymoon residence will be  taken up in Kelowna.  a   .   .  The HasBan Ben Abdic Troupe  nf oriental acrobats will appear in  llir Opera House next Wednesday  and Thursday, the 16th and 17th.  Manager Duncan has arranged  npVcial programmes of pictures in  conjunction with the Aiabs acrobatic performance, which includes  fancy and trick tumbling, gun and  lance spinning, pyramid building,  nnd whirling Dervishers. A sensational acrobatic act thai is clean,  clever and akilful���a most inter-  eating and novel performance.  J, B. Knowles, the jeweler, ean supply wedding cake boxea at $1.60 per  dozen.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finiihing work a specially  Office:. No, 6, Crowley Block, Kelowns  P.O. Box 511  Chew  s oamp.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bet nard Avenue       - -       Kelowna, B.C.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town,  ��k�� and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ii only one CLENMOKE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish s cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and we will  show you our sub-division  ��>   WOODLAWN   ���  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A  large acreage will be  planted  thia  spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water,   Domeatic aupply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruiflands,  LIMITED  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply al yowr  lumber  We have now a large stock of local aal coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and In  splendid  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday Julu !0  KELOWNA ttECOBB  We have in stock  McCormick and Deering  Mowers  Rakes and  Hay Tedders  in different sizes  We invite you  to call and  inspect our  NEW HARNESS STORE  We have separated it from our Implement  department, and will now be in a belter  position to carry nothing but first-class stock  You will find our stock of RIDING GOODS complete,  also a good selection of Dusters and Rugs  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  "Phone 150  Boy Scout  .Notes  "BE PREPARED"  BY MAGISTEK  dixxu 4WUM- /maid J oj^a,  xufue/R ikHA. acta UA  4vojvt a/niciJUdL  Viti SdyCfcodnipiW  ou\ le<U a\e buehc ^dheamb " thai  you\d\eam eon only le a pleasant  one when you bleep upon them.  a \oom addhned vyUh one oi ouh  lecU vhII look like dreamland,  let ub help you make you\ home  phetty. (fou ean enjoy ou\ lecU  loth nwht and day.  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUR  PICTURES  BY  HAVING  US   PRAME THEM  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian .nd new English Church..)  KRESH CUT  HOT HOUSE  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  at store prices  CUTFLOWERS   V.,.t.bl. .nd Bedding Planta   POT PLANTS  for Fall and  Winter Planting  Orders tnkcn for   ��JUIDI?  Phone 66  PALMER & ROGERSON      P.O.Box 117  In continuation of the list of ranks  that of Chaplain is the next quoted:���  A Chaplain in a minister of religion  nominated by the local association or  Scoutmaster to develop the religious  training of a troop. His badge' consists of a green flour-de-lys enamelled  pin with a cross superimposed. It '  will lm noticed that the chaplain may '  lie appointed from nny denomination.   I  For the purpose of enabling a local1 '  association to register a troop of  Scouts, hidi.s muy, if recommended by  thc district commissioner, be desig- '  mitid and recognized ns Hcoutmaaters '  but warrants will only lio issued to '  them under special circumstances. '  I  Honorary ftcoutmnstor. I  HeadquurterB will consider applica-  tians for this rank for a retired Scout- (  master who wishes to remain uttachtedf  to the troop of which he was in  charge, or for other persons specially  recomraonded by the commissioner.      ]  Assistant Scoutmaster.       ...    j  The only difference between the qual- |  ificat inns lor nssiatunt scoutmaster and  scout muster is that he may lie not  less thuu Irt years of age. 'lhe distinc-  livo murk is a red plume in the hat  badge and a red shoukfer knot.  Commissioners are appointed to aot  in each province or portion thereof.  The dutieB of a commissioner     are:  (A) To inspect troops und adviafs  how to conduct (hem on proper linea.  (B) To test badge wearers in knowledge of their subjects while having  powor to withdraw the badge from  them if Inefficient.  (0) To secure the harmnninus cooperation of all scoutmasters in the  district.  (D) To recommend lo headquarters  the grunt nnd withdrawal of ull wur-  runts, and the formation nnd suspension of associations af troops.   -  (15) To foster and moouraje the  movement generally throughout the  district.  Here follows a list of budget aud  decor tit ions; it is a very common  thing to hear "What is the object of  the scout training," asked by people  who have not given the matter any  careful consideration, and for their edi-  fioation we here submit tho practical  aide of thu movement with a view to  showing how very useful is the knowledge which all scouts must acquire  to make them self-reliant. Then are  over fifty "Proficiency Badges" each  requiring a considerable amount of  study and practical knowledge and the  value of the uses to whioh some of  those might be put cannot be overestimated.  "Ambulnuoo."  To acquire this qadge a scout muet  know:��� The fireman's life; how to  drug an insensible man with a rope  without injuring him; how to improvise a stretcher; how to fling a lifeline; the position of the main arteries;  how to stop blending from vein, ur  tery and internal or external bleeding; how to improvise splints and to  diagnose and bina a iraotured limb;  the Sohafor method of artificial respiration; how to deal with ouoking,  burns, poisons, grit in the uye, sprains  and bruises as the examiners may require. And alao the Laws of health  and sanitation as given in the handbook including the dangers of smoking  incontinence, want of ventilation .and  look of cleanliness,  "An Airman."  Must make a working model oi on  aeroplane or dirigible which will fly  at least twenty-five yards; ind eaust  have a knowledge of the theory of  aeroplanes and dirigible* and their  engines, and of bailouts.  "Beo-Varmer. '  Must have a general knowledge gained in practice, ol .warming, hiving,  hives, and general apioulture, including a knowledge of the use of artificial aomb, etc.  .    Blacksmith"  Muet be able to up-set and weld a  one-inch iron rod, mako a horae shoe,  know how to tyre a wheel, nee a  sledge hammer and forge; how to shoe  and rough a orse oorreotly. and  be able temper iron and steel.  1  "A Boatman."  Must be able to manage a boat  single-handed, rowing, punting nnd  souiling over thc stern; to steer a  boat under oars and bring her nlong-  ���ide a vessel nnd landing singe. He  muet be able to box the oorapase and  know to tow or be towed. He must  be able to distinguish the various olas-  Dominion Aid for B.C.  Agriculture  The agreement between the British  government und the Dominion government providing for the expenditure of  l.ritihh Columbiu't. share of the appropriation under the Aid of Agriculture Act. has been signed by the federal authorities. An order-in-council  was passed on Friday last approving  of thc details of the agreement. The  total amounts to $47,334.76.  'i'he largest amount is $7,500, which  is to he devotfd to demonatrntion work  tn the growing of fodder roots, grain,  etc. Another $7..ri(M) is to be used  towards the appointment of provincial  instructors or hiBpeetors along the  various lines of Agricultural instruction and education, Fivt* thousand dollars in to |>e ipent on demonstration  d.iiry farm work and $5,000 on demonstration work in horticulture for  winter short courses' of two weeks  duration with Farmers' inatitiito all  through the. province. Auothor ^i.500  is to be devoted >to the conducting of  short courses in domestic science, hygiene, sanitation, home nursing, dressmaking, cooking, etc. For cow testing  work there is placed in thc agreement  -J2,"00. For school gardens, towards  the oost of supplying stcd, giving instruction, etc., there is to be spent  81,000, For demonstration field work  there ie $2,500, and $1,000 towards  the holding of stock judging competitions, wh.le 82,500 is to be used* toward the cost of preparing and print-  ine bulletins and circulars of instruction.  The remainder of the total of $47.-  -..'14.76 is to he devoted to contingencies, connected with the successful carrying on of any of the abovo lines.  Scottish Home Rule  The bill to extend home rule to  ScoUnnd passed its second reading in  the House of Commons by n majority  of forty-five vot^s. Tt will for tho  present go no further. There is no  immediate prospect of, nor evi n general demand for Scottish home tide hut  tho debate to which it gave rise is important as indicating the probable  course of future events. As one of tho  speakers remarked, the completion of  devolution must soon arrive, and the  setting up of the constitution of tho  United Kingdom will lend to the creation at no distant timo of a truly imperial parliament, in which the Overseas Dominions wild be represented1  For this reason, the at present merely  academic question of Scottish home  rule is worth examination, writes a  London correspondent of the Montreal  Witness.  Last Saturday at the New Westminster a crowd of ranchers, police and  trackers were being paid their fees for  attending the two Indian outlaw trial*  and it is stated on good authority  that $50,000 will not cover the coat  of the two ooaviotions.  ses of vessels by their rig; to     make  the various bends and hitches,    knots  and splices, and to" throw a life line.  (To be continued.)  W*M4frW^^^  j;PRODUCTIVE LAND;:  If you are seeking  f Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage ||  apply to \ '���  :: R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission ::  Telephone   .LI ��� ,  ��� ��� Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  ��� ���  List of properties for sale on application  H-M-.������".��� ."H 11 I'M ."."I M4.'-H. H-M-M".".". M1-I-H-H-M  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA B.C.  TelooKoi  a-  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Window*,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Registered Standard Bred Stallion  Don Zombro  Registered Numbei 48391     Don Zombro is a Day stallion, 15.3 ]  hands,    sired    by   Zombro,   dam'  Rambler  Maid,   by   Rodgirl,   by  Marquis, by Burbon Wilkes.  Don Zombro started latt year in the  three minute trot or pace at Kelowna and  Vernon, winning both races, making a  mark at Vernon of 2,33.  Some of hia colts are stepping in better  than 2.30 before they are two yeara old,  notablv Zombronum, which promises to  be in the 2.10 list in 1914.  He is a beautiful dark mahogany bay, a  great producer, and kind and gentle in j  disposition.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Don Zombro will .land for service at M��x  Jetilcin. fit Co.'. .table during the day and  et Mr. Copeland*. home after 6 p.m.  TERMS i   $15 for .ingle leap;   $20 for  aeaaon ; $25 to in.ure,  payable when mare prove, to be in foal  R. A. COPELAND, Owner  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  CANADAPortiand Cement  COME men ask for so many bags of  "cement"���  Others, more careful, say they want  ��� * Portland Cement "���  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland  Cement���  And he looks to  f\ see that every t  bag, bears this  label  Write ttrfCenaikCeirienl  Inform.tien Bureau, Montreal, tor a free copy of  "What the Farmer Can  Do With Concrete."  Than it a Caaada  Cement dealer in your  neighborhood. II you do  not know Ion, write for  h>< KELOWNA 1BC0O  Thursday, July 10  R  1  C  H  M  0  N  D  S  Owing to Tight Money in the East  we have received imperative instructions from a large manufacturer  who supplies our Vancouver store to raise them $15,000 in cash at  once. Without consideration of present loss we give the people of  Kelowna and surrounding country goods at prices never before heard of  We'll cut the price for the next 15 days and make a SALE that will go  down in the history of modern merchandising. These are our instructions.  As the time is short to prepare for this  GIGANTIC MONEY-RAISING  S  A  L  E  STARTS  FRIDAY  the store will be CLOSED all day Wednesday aid Thursday, July 9th and  10th to  mark down and arrange   the   stock.      We give a list of prices on opposite page and  everything will be marked in plain figures at the store  Remember this will be a Sale Without a Parallel in the History  of the Okanagan Valley  Where  everything  in this High-Class Stock will  be  marked  down and  with the sheer force of Cut Price  we are confident  we will stir the valley   from  centre   to   circumference and   make the people   feel   that  this  is the greatest sale  they ever attended  for saving money.     Come and tell neighbours.  Men's Clothing &  Furnishings  Boots & Shoes  $2,500.00  worth of odds and ends in  GROCERIES  to be cleared out in lots to suit purchasers at less  than cost  This  lot  has been stored in the wareroom for  the past month  Staple & Fancy  Dry Goods  Ladies'Ready-tO-Wear  Bring  in  the whole family and  clothe them  from head to foot  at a Trifling Cost  in  High-Class  Costly Apparel  We pay fares on the boat  both up and down to those  coming from a distance  who buy $35.00 and over  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C.-  ':���-''-,���.������������������-..: I  Thursday, July 10  KELOWNA KECOftD  rr,  Ut    Wi  orm  Medi  wine  e early bird gets the worm  jd that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  you J jn't get him first he  i      -rill get your crop.  !er�� r's Paris Green  A ..enate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  ny of the above ingredients  ill get him if properly used  and in time.  . B. Wits & Co.  RUGG1STS and STATIONERS  , Kelowna,     B. C  HONE 19  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININa  EEGDLATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, end in a nortion of  the Province of Britiah Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rental of 91 an  acre. Not more than 3,560 acre.  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease muit be  made by the applicant in peraon to  the Agon'. or .flub-Agent. of the distriot  in whioh the rightB applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of aeotionB, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the iraet applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himeelf.  Eaoh application muet be aooom-  panied by a fee of 85 which will be  refunded if the rights applied' for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on tha merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five oentB per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish tne Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, auch  returns should tie furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leaaee mav  be permitted to purchare whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol  tho 'mine at the rate of 810 an acre.  For hill information application  should be made.to the secretary ot  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publ'oation of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelo  Greenhouse.  OC��OC1C<XXX��OOOC)OOCXXXX)C<)00  IV THE WOULD OF SCIEHCE   X  OCOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOCHOOOOOO  COMICAL  WAYS OF CBAB8  Peculiarities   ot   the   Crab   Befora  Beaching   the   Tinned   Stage  Awaken Curiosity ot the  !     -* KatiuuUita.  Tlie peculiar fascination ot Crustacea consists largely In the extraordinary variety of bizarre forms whioh  they have assumed under the preaeura  (so to speak) of their environment ���  Infinite variation! on much the aama  theme of Joints and lega. Furnished  by nature with a beautifully articulated suit of armour (which they  are compelled to discard and reproduce from time to time to allow for  growth), evolution haa had to play  some queer pranks with them to equip  them for the very varied situations  ln life ln which we find; them ���  exaggerating or diminishing out ot  all sense ot proportion (according to  our Ideas of congrulty) a limb here,  a joint or serleB of Joints then;  tucking one part ot the body under  another; flattening Into a plate la  one case, drawing out Into a mere  thread In another; and thus and In  other ways giving rise to the quaintest series of forms to be met with ln  the animal kingdom. Then their  curiously Intelligent habits are no  lesn fascinating to watch ��� their  habit, for Instance, of carefully tatting their environment with their  feelers; their alternately retiring and  pugnaclouB disposition; their Inimitable gait and comical wayi of walking  off sideways and of "backing." All  these features combine to awaken our  curiosity and strike our aenee ot  humour. Added to this lack of dull  monotony ln the group la the additional advantage to the student that  cniBtacea, where they occur (and they  occur practically everywhere), art  comparatively easy to capture and to  keep ln activity. They do not require shooting or a laborious hauling  of nets, or even digging up to any  extent A dipping or a towing net or  a simple crap is generally all that la  necessary to ensnare them. No won-  der, therefore, that the Crustacea ar*  a favourite group with naturalists,  both professional and amateur.  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largoat Studio, in the Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  ���N���^./���'W'l��'%�����^/^���^^���.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and  night  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lta.ti Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Lmtm Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelown* 11 a.m.  Lmtm Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and  Gent.' Rubber  Heel,  of the Beit Make.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :  Whan wanting the  PLUMBERS  for your repair, phone up the  Standard Plumbing  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5203.  Residence three doors south  oi new Engliah Chuch.  Workshop and  office opposite New School,  A LIGHTNING I'HKNOMENOJf  Reports of the occurrence of  globular or ball lightning during recent severe thunderstorms ln Bur-  ope have again drawn attention  to this rare and Blngular electrical  manifestation. Half a century ago tha  reality of this phenomenon was much  doubted, but the gradual accumulation of trustworthy evidence has now  thoroughly demonstrated Its actual  existence. The records agree In  describing the appearance as that of  a luminous ball, generally of a bluleh  colour, and varying In dlametor from  a few Inches to as much as three feet.  The sphere haa a sluggish motion,  either falling slowly from the clouda  or drifting over the surface of tha  ground, the movement always being  such as to give the Impression that  the thunderbolt Ib of material heavier  than air. It remains visible for Beveral  ���econds or even minutes, and as a  rule finally explodes with great  violence. The disappearance Is generally followed by a strong smell of  oione ln the locality. During tha  period of visibility the ball often be-  havea ln an extremely peculiar manner. Sometimes It seems propelled  along horlsontally by a feeble air current or by electric forces. Frequently It has been seen to follow tha  course of a conductor, .inch as a water  main, and It almost always explodes  on coming Into contact with a sheet  of water such aa a pond or stream.  The Immense store of energy which  the hall undoubtedly contains Is evidently not held In the shape of a  surface electric oharge, as It Is not  destroyed hy contact with ordinary  conductors. ThuB the ball may touch  earth, pass down a chimney, traverse  a room, and bo on, without being dissipated, although It has thus had  abundant opportunity of giving up  any surface charge of electricity. It  Is Indeed this very tenacity of exlet-  ence which has ln the paBt caused  certain physlclBta to be rather sceptical of the phenomenon, while so far  et least all attempts to produce analogous appearancea experimental!/  have been entirely unsuccessful.  Stinging Trees  In the southern part of Formosa  grows a tree, about 10ft. In height,  having long leaves which possess the  property of the nettle, and produce  a maddening Irritation of the skin  when Incautiously touched. The  natives call It chlao-Jen-kou, moaning  "man-bltlng-dog." Mr. Tokutaro Ito,  of Toklo, who has recently made a  botanical exploration In Formosa, suggest!! the name "viper tree" as a mora.  distinctly warning title. There la  another species of "stinging tree" In  Australia, which attains a height of  15 feet, and the effect of whose touch  appears to be even more maddening  to men and animals. Humes Btung by  It have to be shot, and dogs, when  affected by the poiaon of the leaves,  run about whining and biting thera-  I elves.  ��ft    -_   Spiders' Threads In Astronomy.  The cultivation for sclenttfle mtm  cf certain species of spiders, solely  for tha fine threads they weave, has  an Important hearing upon aBtronomy.  No substitute for the spider's thread  hsa yet been found for bisecting the  acrew of tha micrometer used for  determining tha positions and motions  cf the .tars. Not only because of  the remarkable fineness of the  threads are thay valuable but because  of their durable qualities. The threads  of certain spiders raiaed for astronomical purpoae* withstand ohanges In  tomperatura, ao that often in measuring aun ipota thay are uninjured  when the heat Is ao great that tha  lenses of the micrometer eyepieces are  cracked. Theae spider lines aro only  one fifth to one-seventh of a thousandth of an inch In diameter, compared with which the threads of tha  silkworm are large and olumay.  PLAY WITH DEATH  m*  Men Who Are Reckless In Handling High Explosives.  STORIES BY HUDSON MAXIM.  The Aocld.nt by Which th* Inventor'.  Left Hand Was Blown Off-John Bander's Contempt For Dynamite���Mixing Fin and Nltronlyosrin.  "It is practically impossible," write*  Hudson Maxim ln Adventure, "ta  make the ordinary laboring man appreciate tbe necessity of care in the  Mff handling of explosives, and the  life of the careful man Is alwaya endangered by the notions of the careless one.  "After I had sold tbe works at Maxim and had Invented uiotorlte 1 needed  a place ln which to make the material  and hired n brauch of tbe works there  for that purpose. It wns winter. My  wife had accompanied me as a precautionary measure. She was Bitting  ln tbe laboratory to keep warm, near  ��� big barrel stove charged with bituminous coal.  "On entering tbe laboratory for  something my wife asked me what  was ln those two tin palls sitting near  the stove. Sbe said that sbe had a  suspicion It might be .nltrogylycerln,  and she Informed me that one of my  men bad Just been ln stirring the fire  and that tbe sparks flew out In all directions, some of them lighting ln the  buckets to be qnenched on top of the  ���tly liquid.  " 'Uorrars!' I said. 'It Is nitroglycerin I'  "I called the man who had placed It  there and told him to take It away. An  It was necessary to keep tbe material,  from freezing be took It Into the boiler house near by. A little later on, going Into the boiler house, 1 saw one of  the men stirring the fire while the other was standing with his conttalla outstretched ln either band, forming a  shield to keep the sparks from flying  into the nitroglycerin.  "In the manufacture of high explosives nnd ln experimenting with them  a little absentmlndednesB, a very  ���light lack of exact caution, a seemingly insignificant Inadvertence for a  moment, may cost one a limb or his  life. The accident that cost me my  left band Is a case ln point  "On the day preceding that accident  I bad had a gold cap put on a tooth.  In consequence the tooth ached  throughout the night and kept me  awake a greater part of the time. In  tbe morning I rose early and went  down to my factory at Maxim, N. J.  In order to test the dryness of aome  fulminate compound I took a little  piece of it, about the size of an English penny, broke off a small particle,  placed it on a stand outside the laboratory and, lighting a match, touched  It off.  "Owing to my loss of sleep the night  before my mind was not so alert aa  usual, and I forgot to lay aside the  remaining piece of fulminate compound, but Instead held It ln my left  band. A spark from the Ignited piece  of fulminate compound entered my  left hand between my Angers, igniting  the piece there, with the result that  my hniid was blown off to the wrist  "Once when entering my storage  niiicnzine at Maxim, ln which were  Severn I carloads of dynamite along  with 37.000 pounds of nltrogelatm, I  saw John Bender, one of my employees, calmly but emphatically opening  a case of dynamite with a hammer  and a chisel. I promptly discharged  blm.  "Not long afterward the Innkeeper  nt Farmlngdale called on tne to buy  some dynamite and aaid he had engaged Render to blow the stumps ont of  bis meadow lot. r told him Bender  wns courting death for himself and  everybody around wiicn handling dynamite, but Boniface still wanted  Render to do tbe work.  "'Well,' said I. 'the dynamite yea  want is IR cents n pound, but If John  Bender does not succeed tn blowing  himself up and killing himself with  thc dynamite you can have It for nothing. On the other hand, If he does  blow himself up yoii..mnst pay far the  dynamite.'  "A few dayR Inter-there wm saane  bltcb ln Bender's em-eptlonai luck. A  particularly refractory old stump had  resisted a couple of Bwider's dynamic  attacks. Tbe failure to dislodge tb*  stump Bender took aa a personal affront because It reflected upon hia atdU  as a stump blaster.  ���"Next time,' said be, 'something a.  COlng to happen.' Be placed about  twenty pounds of dynamite under the  deep rooted veteran, touched It off, and  icveral things happened ln very quick  nuccession. The huge stump let go It*  bold on earth and proceeded to bant  Bender.,' ���.  "It was a level rare, but the stamp  t.on. Striking Bender on tbe north  quarter, It stove In four ribs, dislocated several joints smd damaged him ta  several other respect* aniil particulars.  Boniface came to- settle for the dynamite  "'Sixteen cents a pound,' I anM.  ���Bender hasn't a chance ln a hundred.  Watt Ull tbe doctors, are through wltfe  aim.'  "'What do yon My to a compso-  udse.' suggested It. ��lf nee, 'of 8 cents a  pound? For, really, I do not heller*  that Bender la more than half dead.'  And the account waB settled on that  basis." _.  Kind words ar��. the brightest of  jobic flowers. Thisy mrike a paradlM  ���j the humblest tuna*.    L ^*r~V"2  EVERYTHING IN  tllWfAlUE,.  f-coIterciD  YOU WILL NOT ONLY BE PLEASED WHEN YOU BUY  HARDWARE FROM  US. BUT  AFTERWARD.  OUR BRANDS OF HARDWARE ARE KNOWN. RELIABLE BRANDS AND WILL STAND HARD WEAR.  WHEN YOUR HARDWARE WEARS OUT COME BUY  YOUR NEW THINGS FROM US. YOU WILL GET YOUR  MONEY'S WORTH AND OUR PERSONAL GUARANTEE  THAT WHAT YOU  BUY  WILL STAND THE TEST.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Succor, to the Morri.on.Ttiomp.on Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Office and Shop l  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage        K.LLUWNA, B.C.  TO RENT  Three very desirable Dwelling Houses  in  town.     Furnished  or  unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelo  B.C.  Dr. ORNER-  SIGHT SPECIALIST (u* of K.miooP.)  has now permanently located in Kelownn in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real Estate,  Raymer Block  -  28 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE -  A  Perfect  and Scientific  Examination  Free  Accuracy and aatiafaction guaranteed KELOWNA ftECOSJf  Thursday, July 10  AN UNPRECEDENTED  SUIT SALE  FOR  Women, Misses & Girls  Commencing MONDAY, July 7th, at 8 o'clock,  AND CONTINUING FOR  TEN DAYS ONLY  We   Will Sell  100 Suits in Ten Days  Take advantage of thia opportunity while  the collection is replete,  There are many Styles, Materials and Shades.     There are models lo  suit eacli individual taste.    The savings now in order are very excep- ��  tional as nearly all our good sizes aie Hand Made Models and have  been selected with a great deal of care and include many novelties  introduced late this season. The entire selection is included in this sale  Novi Modi, Princess and Northway  WE WILL OFFER  5 Suits,  8 Suits,  9 Suits,  15 Suits,  11 Suits,  16 Suits,  10 Suits,  4 Suits,  6 Suits,  11 Suits,  regular   $35.00 values  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  regular  30.00 values  27.50 values  25.00 values  22.50 values  20.00 values  18.00 values  16.50 values  15.00 values  12.00 values  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  to clear,  $18.50  16.5Q  15.00  13.50  12.00  11.00  10.00  9.50  9.00  8.00  The sizes in these suits  are largely 34, 36, and  38, 40 and 42, in  Women's ; and in Misses and Juniors,  14yrs., I6yrs., & I8yrs.  Included in this sale are all  Light-weight Coats  Motor Coats  Johnnie Coats  Silk Coats  52 and 54-in. lengths, size  from 32 to 42  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd  I WANTED! II ��Monk .-J GU,"  2 Cents per word, first intcrhon mid 1T Jlx^* JIJlV GlJIJLVl        \jMCldd  Cent per word each tubtequent  insertion, minimum 25 enti  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE  Fir.   Apply Cither.   "Phone B4.      22tf  FOR SALE  Thoroughbred Holetein Bull, at Harms'  Hawkesdale Ranch. Apply E. Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Horse*, buggy, and harness.   Ptice $175.  Apply P.O. Box 12. I5tf  FOR RENT  10 acres improved land with water, at  Rutland.     Apply Robert Hughes, Box 82,  Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C.     y  HORSES FOR SALE  The Bslgo-Canadian Fruit Lands Co.  Ltd., having completed construction work  have for aale a number of teams and single horses of all grades, at very reasonable  prices. Also several seta of good work  harness.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  FOR SALE  Young Pigs ; registered Berkshire first-  class breeding stock ; also Eggs for liatch-  iiu; -Barred Roclcn, Buff Orpingtons, r.-c.  Rhode Island Reds, r.-c. Brown Leghorns.  Apply J. Bateman, Vernon Road, Kelowna. 22tf  FOR SALE  20 acres fine fruit and hay land, six  miles from Kelowna on Vernon road ; alio  7-roomed house and two fine building lots  on Wilson avenue. All at very attractive  figures. Inquire F. S. Coatea, Lakeview  Hotel. 23tf  FOR SALE  This is for a bargain-hunter. 20 acrea,  all under cultivation. 700 two-year-old  trees, house, good water, flic. Price $375  per acre. Will take lots or city property  as part pavment for quick sale. For particulars write to Box D," Kelowna Record."  ,    24tf  TENDERS WANTED  Tn put up 60 tons hay.   Could   arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling.   O.  A. Pease, Creekside, Kelowna. 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball hearing  bicvcle wheels, and single set driving har.  ness in first-class condition. English saddle and bridle. Apply E. W. Wilkinaon  P.O. Box 251. 25t'  WANTED  Cheap  horse, suitable   for  farm   work.  Address Box I, Wilson Landing.  FOR SALE  Driving horse, buggy and  harness.    All  in perfect condition.    Box 448 x  FOR SALE  Two 'econd-had mowing machines, one  nearly new, the other has been   used for  few years, but in first-class working order.  Will sell cheap.   Apply Casorso Bros.  ____^__ 30-5  FOR SALE  Two l&keside tots. Lake shore drive  extends full length of property. A snap  to a quick purchaser, $650 cash, $300  down, balance in quarterly payments.  Apply A. Evans, " Mission City News,"  Miaaion City, B.C.  FOR RENT  Seven   rooms.   large   linen   mpboard,  bath and all modern   improvements.   Bos  473. 32-3  FOR SALE  immediately,   mahogany   and miaaion  furniture,  rug.,  chin.,   kitchen uten.il..  Box 473. 32.3  TAKEN UP  One stock aaddle   in   Glenmore Valley  Owner  can   have   ..me by proving property  ��nd  paying   expena.'s.   Glenmore  Ranch. 32-3  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Second-hand    power   aprayii.g   outfit..  Apply  giving price   and   particular,  to  Moon   Broa.,   Spray   Factory,    Box    569,  Kelown., B.C. 32t(  SITUATION WANTED  a. cook or houiekeeper  in  family  by  young French lady.     Apply co. J. Marty,  Kelown., B.C. 32-3  WELL DRIVINO  Wanted, wall-driving pumps installer)  nnd repaired. A. Tale, (awnlon Ave.  P.O. Box 38A, Fivir yearn n\pt<rienoe in  distriot wilh A.  Hiiumoru. .11-31  HOUNKKEKPFR  Relined capable lady wishea position  us housukoeper, widower's homo or  batchelors apartmentB. ('ity or country. Address Mrs. Ilirwna, RSI llurrard  street, Vancouver, B. C. 31-33  NOTICE  We are open tp buy unlimited quantities of strawberries, rnspborries and  gooseberries. Western Canners Ltd  Kelowna, B. C. 31-33  TOR SALE  Four-hole cast iron oook slove, goad  order, 118, P.O. box 41B  WANTED  Young woman wants lioimowork   by  the    hour.      Apply ".I"  Ueoord office,  Kolowna. 33-5  WANTED  A three or four roomed eotiage    to  ront. Apply box 287, Kelowna .     33  TOR SALE  Cheap. A 15-foot Peterborough oanoe  Apply "X Y Z " 33  FOUND  Misses adjustable initialed bracelet.  Apply to A. R. Shea, Hanmore  House. S3-5  WANTED  Capable woman wants work by -he  day. Apply Box "K" Record        33-6  We have just opened a  shipment from the famous  London firm of Monkhouse  & Glasscock, manufacturers  of  Swiss Trifle,  Charlotte Ruse,  Chocolate Sponge,  Raspberry Trifle,  Crystal Jellies, j  &c, and we want you to  look at the book of recipes  and if you are enough interested would like you to try a  couple of packages. We recommend them and so will  you after you try them.  Remember the brand  "Monk and Glass"  Two packages 25c.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  ICE  Delivered to any part of the city at  lc. per lb. retail  2C. lb. in lots over 200 lbs.  20 per cent, off all retail  monthly accounts if paid  by 10th of following month  Apply H. B. BURTCH  'PHONE 3304  Auction Room  I have opened an Auction  Room in the large building  near the C.P.R. wharf  Persons having Household Effects or Merchandise that they  wish to sell can send in at  any time and I will do my  best to make sales. No charge  for storage of goods for immediate sale  STORAGE FOR FURNITURE AND MERCHANDISE    AT    REASONABLE   RATES  J. C. STOCKWELL

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