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 IvetoUma  VOL V.   NO. 43.  itmtb  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum.  ALL READY FOR  FALL FAIR  DRAMATIC SOCIETl NEEDS  FWCU1 SUPPORT  All is now practioally in readiness  for the big fall fair and sports which  take place next week. The now build-  is receiving its finishing touches, and  presents a very handsome appearance.  Tha entries are coming in thick and  fast, and ths committee anticipate  that a record in this respect will be  established. Taking advaotage of tho  abundance of room afforded by tho  new building, several of tbo leading  merchants are taking space for a display of thoir various wares. The  poultry section will take up all the  building, and from present indications  will be, the biggest yet.  The old entrance on Ellis street will  be closed, and all must onter through  the    gate*   opposite St. Paul atreet.  Apart from the great expense connected with the erection of the new  building the Association has spent a  considerable sum of money on improving the grounds and the .eating accommodation on the grand stao nd  thev are looking forward to the generous support of the public to reimburse them. Reserved seats may be  booked for the grand stand at Ctaw-  ford-s at fiOe each, or one of 'a row of  new boxes along the front of tbe stand  each holding six chairB can be had at  So per day. A good deal of new fencing has been done, and corrals constructed inside the track far the steers  and wild horses. A number of good  riders are expected from the south as  far down as the border, and several  from Alberta, and local riders must  must look to their laurels.  ADDITIONAL PRIZES FOR 'FAIR  SWINE-���Any registered swine in the  different breeds.  Boar, any age Ist, $5, 2nd, $2.50  Brood Sow, any age, 1st, J>5, 2nd, $2.50  Boer, under one year, 1st, $4. 2nd, $2.00  Sow      Ist, tt, 2nd, $2.00  Bert pen of holjaforbutcher purposes, regiatered or unregiotered.    f.t, $5, 2nd, $3.  HORSES-In the General Purpoae Claa.  it wa. omitted to mention the foal, of  1913, which will be recogniaed and prize,  given.  On page 21, clssses 15 and 16 should  read : "Grade cattle for beef purpo.ee."  The Motor Car Supply Co.. of Calgary,  are offering a motor cycle casing and pair  of gauntlets as prizes in the motor cycle  race.  VERNON KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  VISIT LOCAL LODGE  A very pleasant evening waa enjoyed by the members and visiting', brothers of the Knights of Pythias, Wednesday evening in their Castle Hall ln  tha Sutherland block. Thirty-six visiting brethren were preaent oi whom  twenty-seven came down by,cars from  Vernon with their well-drilled "Third  Degree" team, especially for tha purpoae of conferring the third rank upon Eaquiree Huycke, Lewis, and Miller.  Speeches were made by visiting Brothers Mullor and Higgins, of Vernon,  and also by Brother H. W. Raymer, of  Kelowna, who specially referred to the  gnat work of the Pythian order and  the growth and headway made by the  looal lodge sines its reorganisation  last December. The number of members wat now forty, against nine before reorganizing.  Refreshments we.e served and the  evening was brought to a close by the  singing of "For they are jolly good  fellows." and "God save the King."  Wo are in receipt of a communication  from Mr. Lionel B. Taylor in whioh,  as president, he urges the dai - upon  the support of the public of the Kelowna Musical and Dramatic Sooiety,  an istitution which has done a great  del',- lor the welfare of th* community  by providing high-class operatic and  entertainments and concerts, and inci-  dently advertising the town throilgh-  the Valley and the Province..  Mr. Taylor regrets that th* Society  during the past season hns not received the generous suuport it should have  received, either. through membership or )  attendance at its productions. In  the ease of Sun Toy, thc latter was  partly accounted lor by the weather,  but the fact remains thut their wa* a  large deficit on this production- To  produce a play of this kind is /ts far  more costly undertaking than) most  people imagine. The hire of th*  dresses alone amounted to $242 and  the scenery $100, th* total oost bsiug  alOSO and the gross receipts bsiug  4644, leaving a loss oi **13. Fortunately there was a profit on th* concerts and on "Charley's Aunt,-' which  considerably reduced the above loss  and the debit balance from the pre>  vious season, but at the present time  the Society require* over 9300 to pay  off outstanding liabilities. There is  no question of the Society being insolvent, as it ha* large assets in th*  form of soenery, musical instruments,  and music, whioh,, at a low valuation,  would more than oover the liabilities,  but there is an urgent need of ready  cash.  Jn order to raise this money, it is  proposed to have u "Cafe Chantant"  towards the end of October. This  will be a novel entertainment for Kelowna, and will include item* by Mr.  and Mrs. Sonmes, Mrs. Hankey and  troupe from Vernon, and a local Pierrot troupe, with side shows in'the way  of bran tubs, guessing competitions,  caricatures by Mr. I.aslir ,���. ���udy stall,  etc., and a Japanese tea garden. There  will be both a matinee and'evening  performance.  In addition to this the committse  have arranged that for this year all  members of the Society should niter  paying their membership fee of $2 be  entitled ito subscribe for $6 worth of  seats for H, if the jfofts is paid by  Sept. 30th. Any member wishing to  subscribe for seats in advance will on  payment of the above be given 96  worth of coupons, which will be exchangeable at Crawford'* store for tb  worth of Beat* at any performances  given hy the Sooiety through the sea,  The Society will guarantee   to  Board of Trade Discuss the  Need of New Roads  Bear Creek Settlers  Agitate for Better Roads  DATE FOR THANKSGIVING  While tho selection of a date for  Thanksgiving Day haa not yet been  considered by the Cabinet, it in al-  mo tt oor tain that the practice the  last few year* in choosing the last Monday in October will be adhered to.  Tha Monday Thanksgiving provided  long week -ond and makes it possible (or  men who travel to spend the day with  their families and has proven to be a  popular institution which is not likely to  be departed rrom.  stage two performances or return the  money.  If tho general public will respond to  this appeal tho Society will have funds  in hand to go ahead with the production of plays .'or the coming season.  The ��� following have been elected officers of the Society for the coming  season:  President, I., E. -Taylor.  Vice-president,  P, DuMouHn  Secretary, T. Chappell  Treasurer, L, Hayes  Anyone wishing to become a member  of the Society and to subscribe for  seats in advance may leivo their  names at Crawford's, or send them  to the secretary or treasurer,  Committee, MrB. Soames, Mrs. Thayer,   A.    Croft,    N, Ridley Shield, Dr  Thayer,    A. I..  Soames (to this  oommHtee will add  two members  the orchestra.  the  of  Mr. Fred Day and his sister left for the  coast on Wednesday morning.  Miss Mary Farrier left Tuesday for the  coast where she will remain at school for  ��� year.  FRUIT EXPORTS FROM THE  AMERICAN SIDE  Of the $37,000,000 worth of fruits exported from the United States during  the past fiscal year apples alone  amounted to $11,000,000 i�� value, of  which about 18,000,000 were in their  natural atate , and about 93,000,000  dried. Europe takes the bulk of tho  apples, both green gnd dried, having  taken in 1912, for whioh period complete figures are at hand, over four  fifths of the total. England is by far  the largest purchaser of tho fruit in  the na-tural state, having taken in 1012  32,700.1)00 worth of green apples, as  against. 9760,000 worth by Scotland,  f750,000 by Canada and $350,000 by  Gennatny. Of the dried apples exported  Germsiny ii by far the largest     pur-  it is not often thut such interest is  manifested in u Hoard of Trade meeting aa was the case on Tuesday evening, and indeed it may be Raid' that  seldom before has there been auch excellent addresses made. Practioally  everyone in the largo audience present  took part in the discussion of the various questions before the meeting, with  the result that many matters were  freely ventilated. In the ulisence of  the president, Mr. S. T. Elliott, vioe-  president, occupied the chair.  Not tho least of the chief topics wae  roads. This was opened by the secretary reading a letter from Mr. Frank  Hastier, ot Bear Creek, which ran as  follows'���  Kelowna Board of Trade,  Gentlemen,���*sH waB the intention of  tho settlors of IVar Creek to present  to you fur discussion a collectively  signed letter dealing with, the urgent  need of a good road up tlie south side  of Bear Creek, from the Lake up. We  did not expect the meeting to he held  for another week, and as I understand  it is to be held tomorrow, I am taking the initiative in presenting to you  the subject matter, which I know will  meet with the full approvnl of the  Hear Creek settlers gonerally, i  We ore very xlissatialied with the condition of the roads we have been compelled (o put up with for the last 7 or  H years. Wo have seen thousands of  dollars shot into the lake and scattered ovor the side hill, which has been  to a great extent money wastcd,as it  hat* failed to materialize into any extent of good .navigable road. In tho  meantime we have had to contend  with a '30 and   10 per cent, grade.  Wo are handicapped enough in making our improvements and getting the  land cleared ready for cultivation, and  it seems only just and reasonable that  the government should help us out  with the best kind of road. However,  we have failed to get the government  to look at it.from our point of view.  There are members of the Board who  are familiar with the existing condition of thing*, who will perhaps take  the matter up thoroughly. Before I  close I would like to suggest that appropriations for roa'.B, it:.., be published in the local papers, as used to be  the practice formerly. It seems to me  it would less, feasible for one district  to be discriminated against in favour  of another, and we have a perfect  right to know where our,money is being expended, and for what purpose.  The amount now going out from Bear  ('rook in taxation would pay good interest on the coat of n good road. I  wish to emphasize the fact that the  best road is the cheapest in the long  run, and we settlers- want and insist  that it be constructed with the lowest  minimum grade obtainable. Then we  have the oundation fo ��� a p rmanent  mad for all lime.  I hope tlie members will kindly give  this a good hearing, and help us set  tiers of Bear Creek to obtain what is  so necessary for the development of  our lands.  Yours truly,  FRANK BASTIKR.  Mr. ,1. H. KHson, u resident ot. Bear  Creek, was present to support the letter. He stated that numerous petitions had been mado to the government for a road with a reasonable  grade to be constructed. He undet-  stood that some live years ago a sum  of $6500 had been apportioned for the  building of this road, but this mon ���/  had been spent in a road over Mr.  Chikler's place on the north side whijh  waB of no ttse ta the residents of Hear  Creek. Tho exiBting roads were worst  than useless. Their present 'road"  had a grade of 15 per cent, and wus  only a loose Band track up which it  was difficult to get even an empty  wagon. If a good road were provided a large tract of very excellent Innd  would be opened up for cultivation, as  they had abundant water for irrigation  purposes.  Asked by the chairman whnt he  wished the Board to do in tho mnlf.r,  Mr. Kitson suggested that the government be communicated with.-'  The chairman suggested;that a petition should be sent in h*om the settlors  as the Board coald not aot on the letter before the meeting. He thought  this might be presented at their next  matting. It  Mr. H. O. Pangman asked how ruuoh  the rrad would cost, and waa informed that this would be about $7000 to  $8000. This sum would allow a toad  of about 15 miles from the Lake shore  Commenting upon a remark that the  petition should contain the names of  actual settlers only, Mr. K. B. Kerr  said that the more roads they had  tributary to Kelowna the moro buft-  ness it meant for the city, and be  believed that everything should be  done in the way of road development  on both sides of the Lake. For this  reason he thought that a petition  should be signed not merely by people  resident in Bear Creek but also on  this side.  Mr. M. Hereron agreed with Mr.Kerr.  He was well acquainted with Bear  Creek district, and bore testimony to  what hud been said about the excellent  quality of the land there. He proposed that the road committee meet  Mr. Hamilton Lang.  Mr. J. B. Knowles asserted that the  government were not aware of the  quality of the land in the district.  More talk on roads was raised by  Mr. H. C. S. Collett, who remarked  that.between the K.L.O. nnd the Belgo-Canadian Co.'s property a very  valuable bridge had been constructed,  but this, however, wus of no use at  all owing to a small portion of road  between the two properties not having  been constructed. The grade had been  surveyed but that w��s all that had  been done in the matter. Very few  people, aaid Mr. Collett, knew of the  existence of the bridge, and one of the  finest drives in tho Valley wae spoilt  because, one could not get from the  K. L. 0. to the Belgo-Cnnudian land.  A car had to run all the way round  to Rutland to get through. Mr. Collett stated that he had spoken to Mr.  Lang some time'ago, apd he had promised to go into the matter right  way. Xo action had, however, been  taken,  The following resolutjoa was passed  on the motion of Mr. Kerr: "Whereas  the government have lately constructed an excellent bridge over Mission  Creek to connect East Kelowna with  Rutland; 'but win rom, the approach on  about half a mile of road, has not yet  been constructed, the result being that  the bridge at the present time is entirely useless, the Kelowna Board of  Trade petitions the provincial government to build these approaches to the  bridge without delay, and that this  resolution be forwarded to the proper  authorities."  A resolution was also passed dealing  with tho Bear Creek road.  A deplorable condition of things in  connection with the local telephone service was pointed out by Mr. Beaver-  Jones, the publicity commissioner. He  mentioned that he had taken up tbe  matter of emergency calls with the  Telephone Company, aid wub assured  that there was a regular night operator now employed,and that tho charge  for local ordinary culls between the  hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. wns 15  cents. No charge was made for emergency calls, that was to the hospital,  chief of police, doctors, fire station,or  power house. Whnt 1 would like to  point out, said Mr. Beaver Jones, is  that between tho hours of 11 a.m. and  2 .p.m. on Sundays, and again from 6  p.m. to 10 p.m. there is no service of  any description, and on tho statement  of the Telephone Co. themselves, one  could nat even obtain an emergency  call between the limns named.  Theichairman remarked thnt.t the .'Situation was much wirs* than hu had  imaginod, and was one which ought to  to bo put right at once. He suggested that the executive wait upon the  city council, and if there was no provision in tho agreement with the Telephone Company to cover continuous  emergency service, that the council bo  urged to see that matters bo rectified  immediately.  Tho sensational report in a recent  issue of the Vancouver Province alleging that there were tons of peaches  rotting jn Okanagan orchards waa  brought beforethe meeting by the publicity commissioner, und an the motion  of Mr. Pooley, Mr. Jones was thanked  for what he had so promptly done in  combatting the erroneous statements  sent out by the Pan'jcton correspondent of the newspaper referred to. aad  ROWING CLUB REGATTA  Tha Kelowna Rowing Association,  whioh comprises ths Bowing Club, tht  Fin Brigade orrw, and tha BNATCo  crew organized a little regatta ol  their own last Thursday, which proved > to be vary successful and enjoyabl.  to the fairly large number of spectators who assembled on tha Aquatic  pavilion. The lake waa beautifully  calm, and conditions favorable. Na  prizes were given, but then wat ao  luck of entries on that account, aad  several heats had to ba pulled tt ��� in  both the single and double senile,  which, with the rowing matches, made  up the whole of the programme. Gordon Stirling won the single canoee,  .nd in conjunction with pfyffer double  canoee too. The Fire Brigade crew  carried off the honors in the junior  racing fours, while tho Kelowna Bowing Club won the senior raoe ol ans  and a half miles with turn.  Next year an earlier start will be  made, and if increase of membership  warrants it, as no dou,bt it will, more  of. the racing shells will be purchased.  Meeting of-  Mrs. F. C. Knight left  Monday Morning.  for   Winnipeg  Misa Switzer left for Wesley College,  Winnipeg, Monday, where she will undergo a course ol training.  Mr. J. R. Terry, the provincial poultry  expert and iccretary of the B. C. Association will judge the poultry at the Fall Fair  next week. Mr. Terry will also give  lecture during his visit, for which arrangements are being made. All birds, it should  be noted, must be in the show room by  Monday night.  which had in turn sent a portion of  the paragraph out through th. Western Associated Tress. The Calgary  Herald had wired Mr. Jones t > ascertain if there was any truth in the  ���story, and the report he? telegraphed  back, and which the Herald people distributed throughout Canada had put  a totally different complexion on tho  situation. The Province, too, themselves gave considerable prominence to  a correction of the misleading state*  ments.  Mr. Pooley spoke cf - *HsU here a  few days ago of Dr. H. T. Gussow,  Dominion botanist attached to the  Central Experimental Farm at'Ottawa  Dr, Gussow had remarked that the or>  chards in Kelowna were the cleanest  he had seen in the Dominion- He had  expressed an opinion, however, that  an official should be appointed to deal  with the disease known ns "fruit pitting/' and had suggested that sboh a  person might work in conjunction with  the experimental farm to bo established in the Okanagan.  The meeting thoroughly agreed with  the suggestion, and a committee consisting of Messrs. Pooley, DeHart, and  Binger were appointed to draft out a  petition to be forwarded to the Minister of Agriculture, which would have  the endorsement of the Hoard oJTrade.  A letter from the Deputy Minister of  Public works in reference to Mission  Creek protection stated that a report  waB being awaitd from Messrs. Cana  van & Mitchell, which was being made  Mr. It. B. Kerr asked if some meth  od could not be adopted whioh would  notify the travelling public when the  north-bound steamer left Gellatly's  wharf. This was referred to the  transportation conunHtee.  ...The following resolution moved by  Mr. Pooley was also referred to the  transportation committee:  "That the city be re piested to  frame regulations (J) To prevent oars  remaining in front of public places, i.e.  Post Office, etc., and in middle of road  (2) That at,tho town limits sign post  be placed showing speed limits. (8)  That at the intersections of main  street standards be erected around  which traffic must pass to prevent the  dangerous cutting of corners.  The need of lavatory accommodation  on the C.P.R. wharf, and of telephone  communication between Kelowna and  Okanagan Landing, were further sub*  jects of discussion. It was also decided to try and nurry up the' Dominion government in the construction of  a new Post Office which was so badly  needed.  Mr. S. T. EHiott undertook along  with Mayor Jones and Mr. M. Hereron to go over the Kettle Valley  'tote" road and see if it was not possible to have it made fit for an automobile raad.  the Beard of  the  offices  of  ih on Tuesday.  and Buckland  previous meeting  being read the    were passed :  Kelowna Furniture Co  $456.70  P. E. Corby ���     30.00  G.E. Ritchie     93.90  Progress certificate in favor ef J.  W. Wallace  2611.00  Tenders for the supply of 35 ricks of  cord wood to the two frame schools were  received as follows:  Geo. Robinson $ 87.50  Duncan Wallace     100.00  the contract being placed with the former  In discussing the question of insurance  en the schools the board decided to raise  the amount of the insurance on each as  follows: the high school from $6,000 to  $14,000, and the frame school from $4,000  to $5,000, the policies of $1*000 each being  taken out with the following local firms:  Messrs. T. E. Cooper, G. A. Fisher, J. L.  Doyle, Elliott 6c Copeland, Hewetson 6t  Mantle, Harvey, Duggan fct Davies, and  Gaddes-McTavish, Ltd.  The meeting then adjourned until Wed-  nesday morning at 11 a.m., with a full  attendance, when the tenders for trim  hardware were opened with the following  showing :  Morrison-Thompson Hdwe. Co. $1262.00  D. Leckie     1312.00  W. W. Carey Co.. Lethbridge     1326.90  Glover Rice Co., Vernon     1509.95  A tender was alao received from Messrs. Dalgleish & Harding for $650, but  owing to their inability to include sash  balances the Board was unable to consider  their tender. The contract was let to the  Morrison-Thompson Co.  An additional fprogfess certificate in  favor of Mr, A. Ivey amounting to $10,000  was passed on the motion of Messrs.  Buckland and Knowles.  THE .SALE WHICH DID NOT COME  . OFF  In ths last week's issue of the Re-  corl; appeared an advertisement of a  sale of dairy cattle which was to take  place last Saturday afternoon. ln  response to this a number appeared in  town at the appointed hour, some  driving in from the country. They  were not a little disappointed to discover that they had had a fruitless  journey, and tJiat nothing could be  found of suoh a sals. The explanation appears in the following letter,  which we have just received from Uie  auctioneer:  Editor Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���May I ask the use of  your columns in making the following  explanation. As you are aware, I  advertised an auction of dairy stoe'<c,  to taks place on Saturday laat (ths  13th inst.) at Kelowna, and neither 1  1 nor the cattle turned up. Now i*h*  facts ars (1)1 arranged the sale with  the owner and advertised it in tns usual way. (2)When'it was too late to  either prevent the appearance of th i  advertisement or to notify the buyers,  and so prevent their coming,1 received  notification from the man in charge,  and later from the owner, to tbe effect that the cattle had i (h -Li pri  vetely. The blame for this is plaoed  by the owner on his man, who, he  says, had no authority for so selling.  However the ease may be, and apart  from my own interest in the matter,  I feel that a very serious breach ot  faith has been committed, and naturally I, ss the auctioneer, have been  blamed.  This is especially so coming close.y  upon the change of dste of tbe recent  Provincial Government sale of dairy  stock from August 22nd to 26th.  I was credited with that variation  also.  In stating that in neither instance  was I able to do anything to prevent  the inevitable disappointment which  occurred to prospective buyers, I am  aBsured, that those who did attend  will exonerate me from any charge of  unbusinesslike methods.  YourB truly,  B. ALBERT ORCHARD,  Vernon, B.C.   e   In the gale which was blowing W.is  morning the s.s. Okanagan struck the  wharf with considerable force detriment-  al to the stability of the latter and also of  the freight and baggage sheds. Repairs  are being carried out. KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1915  ft *ft ft* si. .* ft* .. ft* ��i�� ��* **  **  PROFESSIONAL AND **  BUSINESS CARDS  **  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitor*.  Notariea Public,  Conveyancer!, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C,  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, ::  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  H.w.Uon Block, K.lown.   .   'Phon. 206  P.O. Bos, 509  C. H*re,f, B.A., 3c��� C.E., D.L.3., B.C.L.S.,  and B.CL.3.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  IKelowna,    B.C.  Phon. 147. P.O. Bos 231  PIANGloRTE  MR.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  h,��lnljitmni-i Royal Coll��c   ui   Muiic,  and lataly  wilh Kendftak Pyne.   Mui, Doc, Organiil of the  Cathedra), Manchester, Ens..  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At tlir Studio, Tiancli Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   of   avrry   desciiplion   supplied.  I'D. Him .in  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA' I.AND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Bos its Thuna SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN  and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise?  STUDI<~* -Morriion-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plane and Specification! Prepared  and estimate! given for public Buildings,! own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Jtc.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  ( Associate of tha Royal College ol Organists, l.ond )  Givea lessons in  the above  ���ubiecls.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  succtiMS  at local  examinations  (Trinity  College, London)  15  years' successful  teaching expeiience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual.- McGill Univanity)  Reeidence :  GLENN AVENUE  MeiMg.a   m.y   be   Isft  .1   lha  office  ol  Messrs, Rstlenbuiy & William.  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  iMch.a corract  ;  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINUINC,  Bei 368, K.lowns.  Or spply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Wllllt's Bloch   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHI.EY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Rates:  91.00   par r*ar;   7fio., six    monthi     UoiUd  HXmUs 80 oeots additional.  All ���ubacrlulioni pavabU Id ailvanr*..  SubiiTiUi�� at ilia tfl.'ulm rale rr.it have  tj.tr., papar, aituU-d tu frieudi at a dintnQ.��  at HALF HATh.. i.e.,  76 oanta par yeaf.  Thia ipftcial privilagt ia irriintwl for tbe  purpoH of advarUiitur  tbe oltv  and district.  Advertising Hates:  lMlHisi NOTICES,   PUOI i.s.smv.i.  CARDS,  ETC., 28  cania per column  iui'h  par  w��*k.  LAND ANU TIUHKH Mi'l U'KN   ..u  dava.  ��6.  ''') daya. 17.  ....i'KK NOTICES-*!* lur |,V( [DHrttOOS.  LEGAL  ADVER'1 USING  -l-iu.i    in��artiuii.     12  cento  par  Una;  each  aubiaiiucDt  iusertioo,   S  ceata par line.  CLASSIFIED  ADVF.U1 IHKMKN'IS.  i: ,m> par  word lirit  loaertioa,   1  vent  p��r  word  tiv.  ���ubiaaueat  intertloa.  U18PLAT    AOVBRTISEMBNTS-Two    Inehes  and undar. 80 oenta per  iwh tint  iMSTtiou;  ovar  two iDcaaa 40 caata  par  inch lirat  iu  ��� erliiili;   20   UDtB   par   iIt' ti      cm li    Mill ��� jui-t.l  uuart.oa.  All chaaxM Id ooatract rtvwlUt.iM.ltf wu"t  ba in tha handa ol tba priuU-r bv I uei..i.v  avaaias    to    anaura   pul.l.--atioii  in   lha     nfit  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I have had many yeara*  experience,  All Kinda of Cement Work.  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE) RESIDENCE:  Qwent ft: Rim' cCc  Raymer Black        PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  Wocjlaclay Ar.  Richter Street  Tho construction of tho city's sew-  ittfo disposal plant is fft*t nearing com*  pinion, unci through ihe invitation ��>f  Mr. W. A. Tucker, who hns hud ohRr^a  ol the work iKroughoul for tho engln-  ih'Ih, Messrs. riumvut. At Mitchell, thu  public are io bo glvon an opportunity  uf Inspecting Lhu work before it ia put  Into operation, which, it is expected,  will bo at the end <'f tho present month,  There arc many features of tho new  InihotT tank which will not ho visible  once it is put t<i work, ho thai those  who would like to sue th.- Interior  should mako the journey to tho sewage  ground without .l--l.iv.  Anyone with u lante for engineering  would find a Kn��.. ileal t<> lntoret��i  thorn und repay them for tho trouble  of u visit.' The plant in one of lhe  most modern iu oxlstonoe, and represents tho very latest development in  thn disposal of sowago. The 'tank in  to which the Bewn-.u ii llrsl received  from thp pumping station U named  after its inventor, Dr. Imhoff, a flor*  man Bclenilstj and is tleaignod to iv  place the older style of soptlo tanks.  The name of Dr. IuiholT is nuooiatod  with  some ot  the most  roOOnl   MSOOV-  Brles io eouneotlon with tho bacterial  'treatment of sewage, anil the system  which boars his name is at tlu* present  day extensively used in some of the  most thickly populated purls of tier-  many. In several cities of the ,'nit (1  States, too, this particular design of  plant has been adopted, nnd has proved) itaelf as thoroughly reliable and ef*  fieiont.     It   is in use alio in  F-dmo..-  (4iii.   where  il   is  glvlftg  every   tfttalfau  tion.  A description of the tank itself  would hardly he intelHgiblo without  the aid of diagrams, but n visitor  could not fail to be Impressed with tho  neat and compact doslgn, and the i.niv-  fullv' worked out selontitlo prlnolplvs  upon which it U construct or). It is  circular in shape, and about -1 feel  from the top to the bottom, where it  narrows down in tho form of nn inverted cone, H is constructed to allow  tho mnvimutn facility for th> settling  of tho solid portions nf the scWftgO into the bottom of the tank, and it is  in this lower chamber thai thc'lmeter-  ial action takes phtoe. The oltofer  liquid spills ovoi- a rim or rliuiinol n  round tho top od^e, from whi-ro it i*  conducted 'to tho "dosing tank," another erection alongside the ImhotF  tank. This dosing tank is nothing  moro nor less than a llUgO Bush tank,  similar in operation lo a Water closet  eislorn, and automatically flushes or  empties its contents along the dis-  ohargC pipes to the lilter IhnI when 1 he  liquid attains a certain height,   l-oth  those    tanks   ai-e huill   of the highest  grade   ol   oonerete which it haa (won  possible l<i proiluce, and strongly ri-  inforoed with Iwmted steel. Thn  most careful selection of material-, has  Iwon necessary in order to produce a  concreto which would bent resist the  corrosive action of the acids found in  all sewage. As a further precaution  against this chomicnl action, the v hole  Of the interior is to ho receive a three  fold coaling of black hitumaHtic paint.  Tho lilter bed which receives thc lluid  from the flush tank, after the largor  solids have Iwen extracted, is composed of some five feotr of crushed rock  Rpt on a concrete foundation, which is  sunk about two feet below the level o'  the ground. Over this filter bed the  liquid is sprayed from rows of nozzles  wliich project a few iochos above its  surface. As it passes, through tho  crushed rock, further purifying bacterial action takes place.  The now comparatively clear liquid  is conducted from thc fllterliod through  the "mixing chamber," whore it is  treated with a solution of chloride of  lime, the object of whioh is to oxidize  asd render innocuous any remaining  organic matter. Before, however, tho  effluent is allowed to discharge from  the outletp ipe, it is passed through u  final "settling tank," where by means  of an ingeniaus arrangement of dividing walls, the flow of the liquid iB so  slowed down that the last remaining  suspended particles of solids are deposited, and the effluent, as it passes  from the discharge pipe to the creek,  is clear und is guaranteed to test from  .15 to .17 per cent, pure of organic  matter, which means that it is absolutely harmless,  The solid matter or sludge which  collects at the bottom of the ImholT  tank is drawn aff at'intervals t'.roigh  a vertical iron which passes down the  centre, and up which it is forced bv  pressure <>f water from ahove when the  valve provided is op.-md. This solid  matter N received Into an dpen shallow tank and allowed to dry, the  drainage from it  passing on through  the filter and mixing house. When  dry this solid matter is, due to (Inaction of the mysterious bacteria upon  which llie whole process depends, per  fectly odorless and free from offonoo,  and has besides a considerable . almas a fertiliser.  The whole series as constructed constitutes oue unit, and is capable of  taking care of the sewage from a city  of 3000 inhabitants. As the city  grows other units can be added, and  as each covers only a Bin all area of  ground, four units, designed for n pop  illation of 12,000 would nol roiulra  moro than a small pt,r '<> i of the land  owned by the city.  TllO pumping station on Water street  south has of course been in operation  for some time, and the hotel* and several of the premises in town are con  net-led with the mains. The sewage  from these has been treated in u temporary lilter bed, the use of wnlohwill  of course 1m* discontinued as soon as  tho permanent plant  is ready.  When the final connections are made  and tin- plant is in operation Kelownn  people will be able to congratulate  themselves upon possessing one of the  most up-to-date systems of the present  day, and it is to l��e fervently hoped  ihat financial matters will soon improve so that the work of laying the  mtttns in other purls af tie- city may  be proceeded with.  "This year's crop will put the west-  'iii farmer on his fi-et," declared \V.  11. Scot i, auperintendent of immigra  -lion, who hut. just returned from the  west,  Switzerland declines lo participitc  in the San Francisco fair, the eXOUBO  being that the United States insufficiently protects foreign patents. The  watch making and embroidery trades  lead in this movement, which is supported by many othor trades.  Tho ���"Daily Citizen" a lalior orgtn,  announces that the Duke of Connaughi  proceeded to tho north or 'Ireland and  precautions have been taken to prevent the journey from becoming pab  Holy known. It suggests that the  journey has something to do with the  lister agitation, as the Duko has beon  mentioned as the Viceroy of Ireland  under home rule,  Plans and preparations ar now under way for Ihe Canadian building at  the Panama e\|oi(i<>n. Tic building  will cost approximately half a million  dollars and it is proposed to have a  most elaborate and comprehensive exhibit. Hon. Martin I.uitpII, minister  of agriculture, who has returned from  the oh) country slated thai ho had  talked the whole t|UtSt'on over with  W, llulcheson. Dominion exhibition  commissioner at Hhent, where he waa  in charge of the Canadian display.  They had decided to make arrange  merits for the finest exhibit the Dominion hasM-ver made. There wil. Ih>  no such thing as boycotting the Panama  Imposition.  \ convention has been siguod between Franco and i.ormany providing  for the future landing of aircraft in  each other's territory, such as the  descent of a (icrman Zeppelin airship  at l.unovtllo last April. In case military aircraft, French or Cerman are  driven by stress of weather over the  territory of the neighboring country,  their pilots ure to hoisl signals of distress, and to descend us soon a* possible. The commander of a tieepaee*  ing airship will be called upon to  pledge his word of honor that nobody  in tho airship has committed any act  such as sketching or photographing,  capable of affecting the security ofthe  country in which be landed.  Fall Suits and  Overcoats  are  arriving  every few days, and  you are alwavs welcome to inspect  them whether you intend  to  buy  now or later  Men's Suits - $7.50 to $30.00  ���    Overcoat*-$13 to $21  If you wear a  FIT-RITE  Suit you   have the   satisfaction  of  knowing you are as well clothed as  lhe best.    You can have them in  Ready-Made  OR  Made to Measure  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  at  reasonable charges  H.F.  Water Street  (1st Block North)  Ne.r Bank ol Montreal  Look for the Sign  that's on TOP  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leavei Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Plione No. 106  Kelowna Oarage & Machine Works Co., Ltd.  Not Too Late  yet to purchase that Car  and enjoy many fine trips  before cold weather sets in  Our stock of cars is being reduced  rapidly now, but we are pretty sura  to have something here that will  please you either in a New or  Rebuilt Car  Come and See our stock and arrange  ~ for a demonstration -  Kelowna Garage & Machine Works Co., Ltd.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIM.'  REGULATIONS  Cual mining rights ot the Douiiniou  ia UuniLolm, Saskatchewan aud Albai  ta, ths Yukon Tsrritory, tha Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, Bay  ba leased for a term of twenty one  years at an annual reutal ol II aa  acrs. Nol more than 9,660 aares  will be leased to oue applioant.  Applioation for tbs leas* muai be  made by the applioant in pemsa to  the Agent or Sub Agent oi the distriot  in which the rights applied lor are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by section*, or legal sub-  divisions of sections, and in uuaurvcy-  ed territory ths tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh applioation muat ba aoooev  panied by a lee ol |6 whioh will be  refunded if the rights applied lot  are not available, but not otlnmlte,  A royalty shall be paid on the mar-  ohantable output of the mine at tht  rate of five oanta pic ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the lull quantity ol  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  righta are not being operated, suoh  returns should be furnished at least  onos a year.  The lease will include the ooal mining righta only, but the leaaee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaoe rights may ba considered necessary lor the working ol  the mine at the rate ol 110 an aon.  For lull information applioation  should be made to thc secretary ol  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBT,  Deputy Minister ol the Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not be paid  lor.   4   Advertise in the "Beoord" le you  want quiok results,  ��  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise tliem (or your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day (or ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken'  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and see our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO  Our repreientalive ia now in London, Eng.   Send in your  Hit and get in touch with English buyera  ���Phone 240  P.O. Boi 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  ^/e ReDair   ^,w ^'" ^aPn'nerv> F^tory  Machinery,  " Steam Enginee, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles.  We Stock Cold Rolled ^"to"8, Bol,i��� Screw,| N"1'-  and Engineers' Supplies  Agents for the fsmous  CADILLAC CARS  atari for  ,     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 has had years of experience in first-class  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a ueat many car owners  in the valley and can satisfy you.   ���  Kelc  Machii  tops  lowna iviaciiine Sh<  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B..  \ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  DONT  TRUST  to memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy  or girl. Memory plays  strange tricks sometimes.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year or so will  keep an accurate record of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCLIEFE BLOCK  Thursday, Friday  and Saturday  10 to 5  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Lsdie.' and  Gent.' Rubber  Heel,  of the Beat Mske.  When wanting the  PLUMBERS  for your repairs phone up the  Standard Plumbing  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5203.  Residence three doors south  ot new English Chuch.  Warehouse and Office:  Glenn's Old Plsce ���  Leon Ave.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Tudhope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217     ���     Leckie Block  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Houses on Wilton Avenue.  Containing three Bedroom., Dining and  Living rooms, Kitchen snd B.th room..  Electric Light snd City Water. Finished  in Miaaion, Ceiling. Bs.med, Piste rail, etc.  Also one containing two Bedrooms, Living  room, Kitchen and Bath room, Summer  Kitchen snd Ba. tment, electric light and  city water. Fir finiahing througout.  Both have large lots.  For term. St prir.e. of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilson Ave, or P. 0. Baa 12, K.lown..  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to His Pal  m wt.icti*Jiinmy tellt. of Kelowna happenings to Mr.  , Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B.C.  Dear Sid,���Bear with me this time,  kind friend, for news is scarce, and1 I  sadly, fear that this letter will be far  from interesting. I don't see why  someone can't commit a murder, or  rob a bank once in a while just to (five  us something to talk about. However,  I'll do the beat J can.  In the first place we are going to  havo a fair in our fair city next week  ���a really and truly exhibition, with  horse racing, broncho busting, motorcycle and automobile races. I had entered the broncho busting contests,  but when I learned . *that the use of  glue on the saddle was prohibited, 1  withdrew my entry. After giving up  the broncho busting, for one wild moment 1 had serious thoughts of going  into the motor cycle races, but on second consideration, and from what I  have seen of these races, I think when  I want to "shuffle off (hit. mortal coil'  I'll choose some ^lucker and less painful method���carbolic ucid or arsenic,  for iustancu. I must admit that thu  thought of spattering my anatomy over several acres | of ground don't appeal to my aesthetic nature in thu  least. When I die, I want it to be all  in a bunch, and not in sections. Kven  at the risk of being called a cow-yard  I'M take my sport second-hand, and  let the other fellow take the chanocs.  In the language of the poet, I'd rather  havo them say "there he goes" than  'how natural he looks."  We sprung the new screen laat Thurs  day, and it was a howling sucoeMs.  The improvement ��� in the picture is remarkable. You'd think anyone with  the senso of an ordinary goose would  see the difference. Rut no, there were  a few who said "I don't see a particle  of ehange from the old screen." Just  to silence this kind of talk, the boss  gave a demonstration on Saturday  night. We purled the old screen halfway across the new one, so that tho  picture waB part,on the old and part  on the new. This silenced the Misso-  urians for ever.  On Monday we are going to have a  picture which should appeal strongly  to every citizen of this great Empire.  The title is "tn the King's Service,"  depicting life in the army and navy,  and showing the inside workings of  these two great machines, which have  enabled Great Britain to keep her  proud plaoo aB leader in the onward  march of the nations. Any loyal sul*-  ject of the King in Kelowna not seeing this, pioture .mould be convicted of  high treason and shot at sunrise.  We are doing a land office business  these days. There are about 300l>  people in Kelowna, und lust week we  had 'MM at the Opera House. Inmak  ing enquiries as to why this one poor  soul was not in attendance, we found  that he was a young married man,and  that he had every intention of coming  several times during the week, but,  curses on a cruel fate! the baby was  seized with a suddeh attack of the pip  and his wife made him stay home and  mind the sweet pledge of their love  while she came to the show.  Right here I want to make an appeal to the men. Gentlemen, when  are we going to rise in the strength of  our might (and Scotch whisky) and  put a stop to the tyranny of these  women? Are we going to sit by with  our hands fohled and see the hand that  rocks the cradle (und also rooks the  shop windows) snatch from us the prerogatives which have been handed  down from father to son even wilo  the third and fourth generation? .No!  a thousand times, No! Jjet ub, before  it be too late, arise, fellow slaves, as  one man. and throw off the shackles  whioh are faBt settling upon us. Pause  and consider for one moment what n  calamity to the nation it would be if  the men were to do the oooking! I  shudder to think of the consequences!  Well, Sid, I think this will hold you  for awhile. He a good boy, and be  sure to take your wages home to your  wife every week.  Yours until next timo,  JIMMY.  A report from the trade commissioner at Durban, South Africa, states  that the Canadian apple which will  meet with the most success is a hardy  well colored red apple, medium size,  grade one and two. Shippers are advised not to ship grade three.)  Notice to Growers  ' I 'HE Western Canners, Limited,  are  in  a  position  to handle all the ripe tomatoes  in  Kelowna���and  then  some.    All  growers  who have not contracts are at liberty to haul.  Western Canners, Ltd.  LEOPOLD HAYES,  Secretary.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  \4puldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  It's an ill breeze that blows nobody any good "  COKE BREEZE  BENEFITS EVERYBODY  It is superior to hard coal;  entirely free from slack '��� absolutely smokeless ; leaves very  little ash; makes a clean, bright  fire ; is cleon to handle; and  never smuts the pipes  Price, $13  per ton  STEAM COAL  Suitable for hot water heating plants.     $12 per ton.  ALSO  ALL KINDS OF FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Ord.r Early b.fora the winter rush  WHITEHEAD & CO. =  307  FOWLS NEVER .IffJBAT  A hen is a queer creature. Fowls  never sweat-^they have no sweat  glands. A fowl's natural temperature  is,away above the fever heat in oil  other living creatures, and that makes  a draught of air their death warrant.  A fowl'I body is a tezular little engine; the heart beats like a trip hammer and pumps blood like a fire en-  sacks to help force oxygen to the  gine. The fowl has rinc extra aii  lungs, and it needs many times more  oxygen, for its Bize than your horse,  which pulls heavy loads and travels  fast.  All this means that fowls need more  air than ordinary stock, for two reasons���they consume more oxygen and  they give off all moisture by the  breath. Moisture of the breath is  very warm and very moist, and condenses more quickly than moisture  from perspiration, and you must ventilate to the limit to carry it off instead of letting it form a hoary frost  on the outside wallB of your poultry  houses. If you don't carry it off look  out for trouble in your flook. Houses  with open front, covered with burlap  or oiled muslin instead of glass, are  all right, because it means ventilation;  houses with cracks and In.tholes are  all wrong, because they mean draughts  which are fatal.  Take it in your own case. Open  your bedroom window wide and you  wake up in the morning feeling like  a fighting cock. You have had ventilation. Open your window an inch  and morning will find you feeling like  30 cents badly spent. You have had a  draught, and you sniffle and sneeze  like an old plug with the heaves. A  draught is a thin stream ol cold air,  sneaking iu through a warmer body  without mixing. Ventilation is a, \yody  of air that, however cold, comes in a  bunch and has volume enough to regulate its own temperature. Draughts  are fatal to health in your flock, and  health means profit.  SUGGESTED CHANGE OF SEASON  FOB SHOOTING DEER  There is an agitationan Washington  state to change the game regulations  making the open season for shooting  deer from August 15th to October 15th  The reason given for the change seems  sound. A writer,in the Orovil.e Gazette who advocates the change claims  that observation of the habits of deer  will show that the propagation period  of these animals begins early in October and continues from that until the  end of the .vear, and to permit the destruction of them during that period  is to allow the very thing which will  help most to bring about their extermination.  At the Land and Apple buow in Winnipeg in October tnere will be an "Ontario Day," "British Columbia Day,"  "Maritime Province Day" and "Prairie  Province Day."  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelo  Greenhouse.  P.O. Bos 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER k CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specifications   and    Estimate!  Furnished  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Musical Evening ii Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rste. spply to  H. VINCE   ���   Manager  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural ime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  these products  PRICES, &c, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS  ND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W. P. MEREDITH    -���    Proprietor  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE  -   104  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLIS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  Rich Sparkling Cut Glass  Cut Glass is now in strong demand in the best circles of  society. We have a lovely assortment of Gundy-Clapperton  Co's famous clover leaf line. The beautiful designs, the  peifection in cutting, and the masaiveness of the ware, easily  distinguishing it from the cheaper lines. Call in to-day.  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.        . .        "Phone 270 K-SLOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delicious  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Cj.r..c.t  D'Anjou  Boussock  Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock  has  Won   Its  Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.        Residences and Modem  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  1 have a full line of interior decorations, constating of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my stock o. Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  m& Kootenay fflj  yJ&Bold every..��  ��� l^i-Sfe^ tWi ip lend id Si  range��� fflj  M'Clatys     W  WW  Sold in Kelowna by Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  Mr. J. F. Burne returned Tuesday  from a visit to the coast.  Mr. C H. Williams left for Spokane by Monday's boat.  .    a    a    a  Mr. Geo. Robison is being visited  this week by his father and sister  from Nevada.  .  .  .  ���  The Rev. A. B. Reekie with his  wife and child left Monday on a  month's visit to the coast.  a   .    .    .  The Rev. Thos. Greene is away  this week attending a meeting of  the synod at Nelson.  a    a    .    a  Residents of  Salmon  Arm   are  buying up their local  sidewalk   5  per cent, debentures at 90.  .  .  *  .  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Millie returned Tuesday from a visit to  Halcyon Hot Springs and Nelson.  a    a    a    a  Mr. J. S. McDonald, government  inspector of telephone and telegraphs is in town this week.  -  ���  .  .  .  Part of the steel has arrived at  the landing for the new steel tug  which is to be built by the C P. R.  for service on the lake.  The Baptist church pulpit will  be supplied Sunday both morning  and evening bv Mr. H. D. Riggs.  .  .  .  .  The Rev. C H. Meyrick left on  Monday morning to attend the 2nd  annual " retreat" of the clergy of  the Okanagan deanery, at Enderby  ���   .   .   a  Mr. B. P. Little and family left  on Monday for a trip to various  eastern cities, including Buffalo  and Pittsburg.  .    .    .    e  Services will be conducted in the  Methodist church on the Sabbath  by lhe pastor. The morning topic  will be "Sharing Up," and in the  evening, " Saint Peter."  a   a   a   a  Mr. J. W. Jones returned Tuesday from the coast, being met at  Kamloops by an automobile party  from Kelowna.  Mis. Shayler and Mrs. H. G.  Meugens were passengers by Wednesday's boat bound for the coast.  .    .    .    e  The practice of sending away to  mail order houses for goods gets a  hard knock this week in the Kelowna Furniture Co.'s advert, on  another page.  ���   a   ���   .  Mr. J. C. Stockwell is holding a  sail- of household furniture at his  auction rooms at two o'lock next  Saturday.  Hospital 1 ag Day has been fixed  for Septembei 24th, the last day of  the Fair. Ladies willing to assist  in the selling of tags can procure  them from Mrs. McKay.  The Allen Players have been  engaged to play nt the Opera  House Irom October 6th to I Ith  inclusive. This company, as usual  will produce a very strong list of  plays with Miss Verna Felton in  ier usual parts. It is at times like  this whrn all (he best shows come  together that one's pocket feels  particularly unable to cope with  the demands of the desire (or  recreation.  An alarm of fire was turned in  Tuesday afternoon, the cause being  a blaze which had started in the  kitchen of Mr. J. B. Knowles' house  on Ethel St. The trouble arose  from the explosion of a coal oil  stove and it was due to the promptness of Mrs. Knowles and her  mother in gelling to work with wet  cloths and beating out the flames,  th;it a more serious fire did not result. As it was, only comparatively  slight damage was done, thc fire  being practically out when the  brigade arrived.  The popular London troupe of  vaudeville artists already familiar  to us as "The Versatiles" will revisit Kelowna on Friday and Saturday, October 3rd and 4th owing  to the hearty receptions which  greeted them on their two former  visits. They have a totally different programme as they had on  their last visit, but owing to the  good impression they made at  their first appearance several numbers were repeated by request,  among these being " 'Enery the  Eighth," and "The Department  Store."  At a largely attended meeting of  baseball enthusiasts of Kelowna  held in the Board of Trade  building Thursday evening last, it  was decided that a baseball syndicate should be formed to obtain  sufficient funds to guarantee support of the team for 1914 and  thereafter, and the secretary was  instructed to write Kamloops,  Revelstoke and Verncn, the other  three clubs of the B. C Interior  league, suggesting lhat similar  action shouldalso be taken on their  part, and that a joint meeting of  delegates be held at an ea iy date.  .  .  .  .  Mr. W. B. Lanigan, of the C.P.R.  lias written the Penticton Board of  Trade recommending an offer from  the T. Eaton Co. of Winnipeg to  assist in disposing of the peach  crop of the Okanagan. " Hearing  of conditions of the peach crop in  the Valley," he writes," " the T.  Eaton Co. have offered to make  special sale of Okanagan peaches  on commission fifteen cents per  case themselves, standing cost of  special advertising, selling and delivery. Have wired details to  Okanagan Fruit Union. If terms  acceptable will give special transportation and send man to valley  to look after same. Peaches must  be in first class condition. Consider this exceptional opportunity  to advertise product of the Valley,  Eaton's offer is made in view of  conditions, and is considerably less  than their cost of advertising, selling and distribution. They advise  will conduct this sale in the interest  of their customers in the valley."  On Monday next a patriotic film  of exceptional interest will be  shown at the Opera House, namely  " Ih the King's Service." This film  which is exhibited in three sections  shows life in the army and navy at  the present time, and caused quite  a sensation when displayed recently in Calgary. Particular care  was taken to ensure that the pictures dealt only with a British subject before it was billed for showing in Kelowna, so we shall soon  have an opportunity of taking a  trip (pictorially) through the ranks  ol some of the finest regiments in  the world, and getting an insight  into the details hidden behind th  steel walls of battle-ship and cruiser  which in reality it would take a  mint of money to obtain. Every  phase of naval and military life  will be shown, and these pictures  will be greatly appreciated by  those who are interested in the de.  fence of their country.  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired i  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.       P.O. Box 541  Birth.  BERRYMAN.-On Monday, September 15th, to the wife of Mr.  L. Berryman, a son.  THOMAS.-On Monday, Septem.  ber 15th, to the wife of Mr. W.  R, Thomas, a son.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard 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 ���( town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, alee and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't misa the opportunity of selecting a few acrea of thia deatrable  property.  If you with ��� cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ui and we will  show you our sub-divirion  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Juit four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beet board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring  with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped   to supply all  your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock of local aid coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and fa wsAwM condition.  A complete line of  ���  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  KELOWNA  Home Ibying  versus the  . I:  Store  ���.l.-sfttr-t  WE are ashamed of the appeal " Buy at home and  boost your town." The merchant who has to  appeal to sentiment to ��ff-set his high prices  should be out of business. We buy in the cheapest  markets and expect our customers to do likewise. Take  I the following list of goods and compare the prices carefully with those in T. Eaton's catalogue, pages 320 to  345, and you will find that our prices are not only lower  than theirs, plus the freight, but in many cases actually  LOWER   THAN   THE   CATALOGUE.  PRICE  \  Nairn's printed   Scotch   linoleum, X   or   1st   quality,  per lineal yard  $ 1.30  do. 2nd  quality,  per lineal yard  1.10  do. 3rd   quality,  per lineal yard  1.00  Nairn's Inlaid Linoleum, per sq.yard $1.25 and 1.00  English seamless velvet squares, 9-ft. by 10-ft. 6-in  20.00  Axminster squares, 9-ft. by 10-ft. 6-in  25.20  Heavy Brussells squares, 9-ft. by 9-ft  17.50  English tapestry squares.       do.             8.00  Iron beds, one and one-sixteenth-in. post, brass trimmings  any width  3.60  Brass beds, 2-in post, bright or satin finish, any width  15.00  Good quality woven bed springs,4-ft. 6-in  2.75  Felt mattress, made of felted cotton throughout, covered  with best quality art ticking, 4-ft. 6-in  7.50  Combination mattress, wood fibre, cotton felt top and  bottom, best quality ticking, 4-ft. 6-in  5.40  Combination excelsior and cotton felt mattress,4-ft. 6-in... 4.50  Folding camp beds   2.50  Kitchen chairs, double stretchers  .67  Child's high chairs.........'  1.00  Morris chair, solid quartered oak, with reversable. velour  cushions   '  8.55  Window blinds, 3-ft. by 6-ft., each 35  Extension tables, 42-in. tops    8.50  Solid oak buffet    25.00  Solid oak set of diners (I arm and 5 chairs)  16 50  Dresser and stand, surface oak, 34-in. top, with 14-in. by  24-in. British bevel plate mirror '...!!.. 13.50  We have in transit dresser and  stand same as above,  with 13-in. by 23-in. British bevel plate mirror......... 12.50  Six-piece toilet set  2.00  English Porcelain Dinner Ware: Cups At Saucers, per doz. .90  4-inch Plates       ��� '"��� .55  5-inch     ���          ���   ��� .60  6-inch     ���          ���   ��� .75  Singer sewin-   machines, 5 drawera, drop head, at our  store will  ost you..        40.00  A piano that will cost elsewhere $450 can be purchased  at our store, With a 10 year guarantee, for '..'...!.. 270.00  Don't forget that we sell both the Gourlay and the Gerhard  Heintzman pianos and player pianos.  While our prices are low we do not stock a cheap class of goods.   QUALITY  ''       with us is the first, second and third consideration.  Our prices are Low BEGAUSE^r  We buy in Large Quantities,  Take Cash Discounts,  And have no Rent to pay.  ,   MP     w .   Kelowna Furniture  Company  Boy Scout  Notes  "W PREPARED"  BT MAGISTBE  It haa been brought to our notice  that there is a possibility of a patrol  or troop of Boy Scouts being formed  up od the bench. We -welcome.thia id*.  and should be glad to get into touch  with the authorities responsible for it  with a view to giving any assistance  in our power. The value of competitions with the looal organizations of  a similar nature cannot be over sjsti-  mgted as was proved at the recent  oamp at Oyoma.  The following brief hints may be  found of very real assistance to anyone wishing to form a patrol1. Of  course much must be lwft to the, individuality of the patrol leader, but  the neceiaary preliminary requirement a  of forming the patrol are all given  here in a form which it is hoped will  be clearly understood by those for  whom it haa been arranged. The first  thing to do is to get a copy of the  hand book. "The Canadian Boy Scout'  and ' having become acquainted with  the contents, the Scout's Oath and  Scout Law demand careful attention.  A patrol of eight is easier to handle  than a patrol of six. A first meeting  of these eight should be called to  elect a patrol leader; voting on this  matter should be done by ballot. The  newly-elected patrol leader chooses his  assistant or Becond from the remaining  seven boys. The patrol number ol  these two are one and two respectively and the remainder should receive  numbers ftom three to eight, according to the order of enrolment and  the (lutes thereof. The second order  of business ia to select t_ patrol name  from the list given in the hand book  keeping iu mind ihe facility with whic.i  the cry or call can be made.  Each member of the patrol should  receive an enrolment card properly filled in.  The next important Btep is to obtain  club room. 'Scouts should never  stick. At form or ceremony���anything  wilt do in the shape of a building and  if a hut is actually erected by the  soouts themselves they appreciate the  result of their efforts much more than  taking possession of a building which  they cannot in every sense caU their  own.  The club room should contain, as  far as possible, only such articles of  furniture etc., as can be made by the  members personally. A portrait of the  King should be put in the most prominent place, and other pictures should  consist mainly of portraits of famous  admirals and generals including* of  course, the Chief Scout, Baden Powell.  The troop rules should be exhibited,  also the soout law, and various other  charts depicting various phases of  scout life which can be purchased from  headquarters for a few cents. Ai Union  Jack should be displayed which is true  in colour and proportions.  A card of scout knots, as required  for thc tenderfoot tests should be mado  and hung up,and also a chart for instruction on astronomy.  If possible a library should be started and a book for newspaper  cuttings  FEUIT GHOWING EXPERIMENTS  The result of 17 season's experimenting of the planting, pruning, aad  manuring of fruit trees and bushes at  Wofaurn, England, have been, published  recently. Work was commenced injlSW.  when nearly 2000 trees and bushes  were planted on twenty different soils  in eight different counties.  Ramming or puddling of the* .soil  when planting, was found to bs of  great advantage, the rammed trees  were more vigorous in every way, and  averaged a 50 per cent., increase in  growth. It was found beneficial to  shorten the roots when planting, as  this minimised the damage done in  ramming.  The depth to plant varied with the  nature of the soil and habit of ths  plant, but from six to twelve inches  below surface of soil was found, to bs  about the proper depth, small variations either way being quite immaterial. Trenching before planting tried  on five different soils had little effect.  The experiments in pruning showed  without doubt that the less a tree is  pruned the larger it becomes. The  weight of fruit from unpruned trees  was double that from trees normally  pruned, and about four times that of  hard pruned trees, and not accompanied by any marked reduction in the  size of the fruit. These results apply  only to young trees; with older trees  where branch formation is comparatively insignificant, severe pruning  causes the formation of new wood to  be tripled.  Root pruning was shown to be a  severe check on vegetation. Some  trees root-pruned every four years  only attained to 76 per cent., of the  size and 14 percent., of the produce  of un grimed trees after 15 years;  others pruned every 2 years attained  35 per cent., of the size and bore an  insignificant amount of fruit and those  root pruned every year all died l-efi-e  15 years.  In the manuring ol bush fruiti, dung  was found essentia) and superior to  artificial fertilizers except in tbs tunc  of strawberries.  H��b  ANCUCAN  St Michael aad M Ai����eW Charsli."  .^^��^W./i:  Ut*mmsU*M**ismU.tn*.  KlanUf ���*�����"' yjgk: Stitmlm. t**jm I  M.V. THOS. GREENE, i. A.. Rmm.  Mr. C. H. MEYRICK. A-ai���l Pri-t-  PRESBYTERIAN  Kms Preebyterian Church. Kelowaa,  W.*. K-SK-fc,- wJZSS - ��� *m.  ��� :Hm. A. DUNN. i.D��P��l��.  BEtrvOOUW PBIMYTKEIAN  causes  BETHEL CHURCH  Sank. 7.30 p.m.     Su.4a7 ScKmI 2 p.*.  RUTLAND   .    ,        '  Sanic.ll..n.      Suiiw Sri.��l 10 a.m.  CXENMORE _ ,   ,.  Samr. 3,�� p.m.     Suodajr Sclw.1 3 i...  IU..). ROWAN OBR1EN. V***e.  METHODIST,  K.lown. M.thodim Church.  SabUlli Sank, at 11 a.��. a*l 7.30 pjra.  SaaJar Sdiool al ISO p.m.  Midwaak Mark. WaJ��..��V al S p.aa....  BAPTIST  'K.lown. B.pli.1 Church, Ellin St.  [SaU��ll.����Yi��.al II a.m. a��d 7,30 p.m.  Sabbath Soke! al 2.30 p.m.      AB w.!��.��..  Wed. 7.30. Rct.D. J. W.lah, Pc.tor.  Thirty-two thousand people attended  tho Canadian National exposition art  Toronto on itB opening day, August  26. The inaugural address was delivered by Premier Borden. Manager  Orr predicted ,that the pollMon mark in  attendance would be reached thin year.  of interest to scouting; a visitors'  book, for recording all visits made  by outside soouts or others. A very  instructive card to have is one which  shows the heights of prominent build*  ingt, flag poles, etc., and to this oan  be added tho distances between given  points. A chart of semaphore and  Morse Signal codes, a map of tbe British Empire and last but not least a  oard with the Scout's Badge and scroll  on it will about complete the furnishing of the club room.  The "Scoul", a weekly publication,  Bhould be supplied and any other  bright and healthy literature. The  games, etc.. should be left to the ingenuity of the scouts, but the tidiness  of the room should be considered and  maintained at till times. The question  of funds is most important and will  be dealt with in tho next issue.  (To be continued)  SECOND HANI  ��� STORE  A. LCOX  Succesaor to H. Horioclu  Water Street, near Opera H-��*e  P.O. Box 671 Phone 65  SPECIAL:  1   9-ft.  Extension Table;   2  Dressers; 1 Waahst-ind  AND  25 Volumes "History  of  the  World," handsomely bound, in  bookcase.  Will be seid at a sacrifice.  Also Stoves, Blankets, etc.  SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT,  ^VVI>WWWV^'.ii'>.>-V.P^.^^^i^i^^A^^ir'Na'SM^ii  G. H. L HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  LarsMt Stadia. i�� th. latorier  Pomai.1 br cjHlal���M  Peatleci Street,   ���   Ksfewaa,  >I*^Vi^VV^a*^S^'V^'^wf^<V>a-NA-*N^^I^^I-l-'WV'-  i-$y\?Cr. Do You  '$��%/ know WHat Thi:  Label Moans x?  _J>eltaahaJi1psMhls ,  i cement tasted by -apart, whose  t MMMMM by  .tiUelal  architects .ad hcwMs ef  It aa-at-Mcement ajbwvrlcdted by aaynetw, arcb-tects sad lasndwdi o. chimin*  el haasw lo Mfl s-sry tSmmtOtsWUS} lasJa IB sassaef  k awea. a caaeat thatis -Wutsly iJWJe, wk-tU easd fas a psal bJ|�� �����  mtS.m*im**mtM%y-M*\  Yeaeea.ee  Canada Cement  with eompU. ...lilies, that reur u.urn (woik wil he llninMr OMgSm  You ought to h... thi. aonScUMM. ia the eemwt jwa ace, hy.aa yea ha-. s�� the  ���Valine for t~<iag He ��aalitM�� wA mm.-ith. B^eada. the ���sajm.nfa esmmrw* el  bis contracting job.. ,  Tluee eagineeie kaew that whan eases* he. psstsi she Iseta snade ����>>��� fe at Caaa*  CmontmilU,��twiUpM.J!thrfrl-��..  Aad this same camee. ia -old to you tot Twer alio, j urlna^m. jm lli*M a��e.  your milk-houaa or your watariag-irauA.     '       Than la a Csacda I  I Dealer la Ye* I  Canada Came.it Company limited, Montreal  h KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  1.1 '       a  CASH STORE  FOR WEEKS AND WEEKS  we have preached value, such value as a cash business alone can offer. We  have proven to the public the worth of the almighty dollar when spent in  RICHMOND'S CASH STORE. Our business has prospered beyond our  proudest hopes. The unexcelled quality of our merchandise and the very  reasonable prices compel those who come to inspect to remain to purchase.  We draw Special Attention to New Lines of Goods which are arriving daily and which should be of special interest to thoae contemplating the purchase  of Seasonable Merchandise  Ladies' Sweater Coats  Made in the V neck style, in colors of  Navy, Cardinal, Brown, Grey, &c. An  all-wool garment. Special, $2.75  Ladies' Military Collar Sweater Coats  These are also all-wool, in colors of  Navy, Brown, Black, &c.      Special $3  Children's Sweater Coats  In military collar and V neck styles.  Colors, Navy, Brown, Grey, Cardinal,  otc. Trimmed with brass buttons op  shoulders and front.  Extra Special, $1.25  Ladies' Coats  We have some exceptionally good  models in Ladies' Blanket Cloth Coats,  Colors are Brown, Grey and Stripe  effects, Fawn, Twotone, Navy and  Black. Prices rar je from $ I 7.50 to $25  No two costs alike, and Perfect fit guaranteed  in all garments.   Sizea-14 yrs. to 42-in. womens  Ladies' Fall Suits  We are showing an extremely stylish  Suit in strictly tailor made style. Coat  silk lined and beautifully finished in  every detail. Made in tweeds and  serges in colors of Brown, Navy, Grey,  Fawn, &C.   Specially priced at $22.50  See them in our Store  The best shoes -the shoes that we  recommend to our friends as the ones  which   invariably   give   satisfaction  Tans  Gunmetals  Patents  Leave it to us to fit your feet with  "WALK-OVERS"  When Walk-Over shoes go on, shoe troubles go off.     A magnificent set of stylish  lasts for fall.     MEN OR WOMEN can be fitted with their own particular style.  Another interestiing thing about Walk-Overs and a cash  business is that Walk-Over Shoes are so good that people  would rather pay canh for them, than be trusted with other  makes. That's prelty good proof of Walk-Over worth,  isn't it.  Let your next pair be  " WALK - OVERS "  -WE ARE THE AGENTS  We carry these Overalls in Black, Blue, and Blue Stripe, either  bib or plain pant styles. Every pair positively guaranteed - $ 1.50  Richmond's Cash Store  The Hoime of the Economical Buyer  KELOWNA, B.C. THUBSDAY, SKPTEMBER 18th, 1913  KELOWNA EECOK.D  SUPERIOR  FALL  = GOODS =  For the Automobile:  All Wool Rugs  Rubber Lined Rugs  Fur Robes  We have for thia season a  Splendid Stock of  HORSE BLANKETS  which you should inspect  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  W. R. GLENN & SON  l Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street 6. Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'I'hone 150.  @  &  �����  The Hand That Moves The  Lever Saves 162-3 Per Cent.  of Your Coal Bill  Here is the'opportunity for the housewife to  deal the high cost of living: question a hard jolt  without any effort on her part.  The way is to make sure that her new range is  controlled by a Gurney Economizer, which will'  save 1 ton of coal in every 6 burned in an ordinary  range.  The Economizer is to the stove what the control lever is to the engine or automobile. Without  control neither is efficient.  With the Gurney Economizer it is possible to  quickly vary the heat of the oven. Various foods  require different temperatures. The Economizer  keeps this desired temperature absolutely uniform.  It also means that when cooking is over, you  may have a cool kitchen and still have your fire  going���while you can have the fiercest heat in a  tew minutes by a slight pressure on the lever.  If you possess a Gurney-Oxford your advantages  are innumerable. The Divided Flue means heat  for every hole on the stove. The New Special  Grate guards the lowest fire. The Broiler exposes  every inch of the coals,  These features are exclusively "Gurney-Oxford."  It will furnish your kitchen handsomely���it  will do your work adequately.  &  &  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  NO CHEAP APPLES  There ia very little prospect uf cheap  apples thia year if lho Aiynt If,uit  Crop Beporl, sent out from tha I rait  Division at Ottawa toward the close of  the nioi'th ia to be taken aa a wJo  guide. Summarized, the report is aa  follows'  Distriot 1.���Ontario counties north of  Lake Erie���Large number of orohard-  ists report total failures. Average reported ia 47 per cent., of a full crop.  Most applea will be early,  Distriot2.��� Ontano .0.. u s bordering Lake Huron and inland as for eaat  aa Toronto��� Very pessimistic reports  Effects of dry weather very uiivere. Few  apples will be shipped except by cooperative organizations.  Distriot 3.���Lalu Ontario counties ���  Falling off in prospects. Leas than 4  per oent'., full crop reported.  Distriot 4.��� Ottawa and St. Lawrence valleys and southwestern Quebec  ���Host unfavorable year. Early varieties better than late, but even thaw  show not more than 66 per oent., ol  full crop. Many orchards absolutely  without applea.  Distriot 6. ��� Mew Brunswick and  northeastern Quebec��� Apple orop not  important. Very few on tress.  District 6.��� Annapolis valley. Nova  Scotia (famous apple country)��� .Prospects not improved. Estimate lowered  to 50(1,000 barrels. Much scabby fruit.  Gravensteins almost a failure.  Distriot 7.��� Remainder of Nova 800-  tiu.���Not apple exporting country. ���  Crop poor.  Distriot 8.��� Prince Edward Island-  Slightly below medium crop. Acreage  small, varieties early.  District 0.��� British Columbia lower  mainland.��� Slightly above 60 per  cent., of full orop; quality likely to be  poor.  District 10.���Inland valleys, British  Columbia.���Keports as good ae formerly, but moro injury than usual from  inseots and fungous diseases. Possibly  laok of color.  SHEEP RAISING IN THE  OKANAGAN  Sheep raiBing on large scale  may be made an entirely successful and  eminently profitable industry in the  Okanagan valley in Britiah Columbia,  according ta Mr. George Heggie, of  Vernon, who haa himself demonstrated  the feasibility of the project.  ln the spring of this year Mr. Heggie  as manager of the Land and Agricultural Company oi Canada, whieb. corporation controls un immense acreage  near Vernon imported lbOO head of  sheep from Maple Creek, Sask. Though  they at first encountered adverse conditions, the sheep have thrived beyond  expectation, and Mr. Heggie haa de.  termined to increase the flock to about  3000, and to keep at least 1000 ewes  on hand eaoh year for breeding purposes.  At first the sheep, which had come  direct from the prairies, did not take  kindly to the hills, nor to the Jong  grass, but once the range was cropped  clow they put on weight rapidly.  The success of the experiment will  undoubtedly result in the eatabliah-  ment of a new industry in thn Okanagan valley. Already a movement Is  afoot to urge the government to raise  the coyote bounty from ?:i in s.i in  order to encourage owners of range  lands to take up sheep raising.  Okanagan Valley sheep growetrs will  have a home market. The liutoliore of  the town of Vernon alone expreas willingness to handle from 60 to 100 sheep  eaoh weak. At present moat of the  mutton uaed in the valley ia import*!.  DEHORNING THE CALVES  The beat way lo dehorn a calf is to  prevent the growth of tbe horns before they get a start by tha use ot a  little caustic potash. Thia operation  should be performed when the cull is  from one to three weeks old, or     as  soon as the button  he horn oan be  distinctly fait by    rubbing) tha    hand  over the poll.  The only articles necessiiry art a  sharp pair of shears or oliippers and a.  few sticks of caustio potaiih and a little water. Back-the oalf into a corner  or into any narrow place, and put its  head 1 between your legB. HSnd the spot  where the horns are conking out, and  dip the hair from tho spaue about an  inoh in diameter. Then tuke a piece  of the oaustic, wrapped in paper at oue  end, to prevent burning the fingers,  and moisten the other, end slightly  and rub it.on the born* That's all  there is to it, and this material .will  pi-event tha horns from ootning out.  Do not use this mothod in summer  when the flies are be'd unless you have  some way to proteot, the aioimal.  Experiments have shown that many  germs whioh gain aeoess to the milk  develop very rapidly while tho milk  is at a temperatan above fifty degrees. Milk kept at forty-fin > degrees  will remain sweet lor 44 horn t, while  If the temperature is seventy rktrnm,  It will sour in lees, than six.  houri.  .,  JUST ARRIVED, ONE CARLOAD OF  McCLARrS  FAMOUS  STOVES & RANGES  You Gan Make Someone I  These need no introduction to the buying  public. They are made  by the largest firm of  stove manufacturers in  the British Empire, and  the name McClary means  Quality.  McClary's Stoves and  Ranges are sold at a  price no higher than  those made by unknown  makers.  !  Happy  By Giving  them Your  PIANO VOTES ��  Saving for Yourself  If You  Are  Not   H  BE SURE AND ASK #  FOR THEM WITHSJ  everyCENTS WORTH ffi  of YOUR PURCHASE #  Why not enter the  Race Yourself?  Ask the most progressive man in your locality  about McClary's Stoves,  or better slill, come and  inspect them in our  store. We will be pleased to show you why  they are better than any  other make, and where  we will save you money  not only in the stove  or range, but in the fuel  bill each month.  McClary's Famous Kootenay Steel  RANGE. This range has been specially built  for the west and will burn eny kind of fuel.  The body is made of blue steel with a polished  guy iron top which requires no black lead, there;,  fore saving lebour. There are more of these  ranges in the Okanagen Valley then all other  makes put together.       -   Price from $38 to $70  McClary's  Famous 6-hoIe Regina  RANGE, complete with legs end high closet.  Price $35  McClary's Famous Upright Coal Heater in. greet wW of styles.  suitable for a shack or a palace.        - ��� ���       Prices from $8 to $55  McClary's Famous Fairy Queen Open Front Parlor Stoves  for either coal or wood    ... -   Prices from $16 to $20.50  McClary's  Famous  Airtight  Heaters  From $2.25  to $17  McClary's Famous Herald Box Stoves      ��� From $6.50 to $16.50  Morrison-Thompson  Hardware Company, Ltd. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTKMBER 18th, 1913'  Regulating the  Clocks of the World  Th# new poat office plan, by which  every person in Oreat Britain can for  (io a year hiivu bia clocks aet ai  (ireenwich lime every morning id a  reform which affeett tbe whole nation,  liocnuHH everyone of us in interested iu  knowing what is called the -correct  time. Hut few of ut know how time  i�� actually   "made."  Well, the observatory at Greenwich  in the standard observatory of tbe  world, to which all the rest must in  some way or other refer, It is, in  fact, tbe timekeeper of the civilized  world.  There are many varieties of observation* at (iret.nwU.h��� general observations of the moon and planeta, as  well ne the wind and weather, but jtyu*  liiuin busineSa) of the observatory is  tu preserve absolute accuracy of time,  that it may nut gut out of joint.  The time we make, or rather the  time which we make clookfl to make  for us, must be checked by the periodica, observations of the sky and the  iters which appear therein, and it is  to these observations that the staff in  the Time Department Rt ("Ireenwieli  specially riWot<> their enprirt*..  There ia much to ln�� learned by the  layman who pays a visit to the obser-  vutory and who is interested in the  "mnkinjf of time." ���  Tirst' of all, there \n the mean time  standard clock, which is electrically  connected with the mean solar clock,  but even these two are not sufficient  check on one another, and mean time  standard clock is regularly compared  with the standard1 sidereal clock. And  if there are any errors in thin wonderful instrument, they ure discovered  by the examination of the fixed stars  which  ere known as "clock  Btara."  The sidereul clock ia deemed a very  wonderful affair; it stands in the basement, keeping its inexorable tim*',  which is regulated by the passage of  the lixed sturB over n filament taken  from a spider's cobweb, and laid on  the glass of tho telescope. The interval  between the two successive passages  of such a star over the meridian is a  sidereal day. These observations, aro  made by what is perhaps the most  useful    instrument in lho institution.  It is a domed chamber, and is supported on    trunions, nnd is moveable  so that it can be made to sweep the  entire heavens. It looks very like a  curious, old-fashioned cannon, but it  is not deadly, and indeed, is not very  powerful, for it is not intended to  pierce the hidden abysses of apace,  but to record the apparent passages of  the fixed stars over t he cobweb  strands, which look more like great  bars of iron than frail flrv-cntchiii^  filaments, as you look at them  through the instrument.  Then there is the famous time ball  which is supposed to be tha infallible  guide of the punctual, and the corrector of thc dilatory. It ia set on ..  high tower, but in itself is nut ol  very great importance, for it on.; in  (Kcates to the outsider what has ul-  ready been exactly ascertained \vU'..u.  It waa only .wrong on one day rite in  11.78, and then oidy held a second, so  that even the most punctilious nee I  not complain.  Practically all the countries of middle and eastern ICurope, and all round  the Empire from Bgypt to Canada,  and Spain, and France, Belgium, .la-  pan aud 'Ireland set their clocks aud  watches by standard times from Greenwich, which is the central point ofthe  universe, in so far as it fixes the lime  of the world.  The ships of the world sail by the  timo made at Greenwich Observatory,  tho world's factories work by it. The  .schools are opened and closed by it,  markets aro regulated by it, trains  aro run by it, and all the affairs of  tbe world are controlled by it.  The astronomer royal at Greenwich  is, |in fact, the world's time keeper.  CURIOUS IRISH RAILWAY  TAKING PLACE OF POST OFFICES  Tbe rural mail delivery system is  fust replacing the country post office.  Within the past three months two hundred post offices were closed in On  tario.  Prince Kdward Island has closed  twenty-five post offlcej and established rural mail routes. Nova Sootta ten  New Brunswick twenty nnd Quebec  fourteen.  The Quebec rural de'iverieH are almost exclusively confined to the east*  ern townships.  The system is developing very slowly in the west, owing to the scattered  communities.  Ireland is now offering to the world  a contribution in the form of a monorail road nf an odd design which may  l)e the K*-'rrn of great improvement.  About a mile and a half north     of  Pallybunion stands Relmore, and    bo-1  tween  theae two small towns   extends  that  (plaint  little   road^ the    Bally-  bunion monorail-  On its single track, raised on a  trestle, and its curious cars, passengers and freight are carried from Bal-  lybunion to Relmore. and back again  in the remarkable time of five minutes. The monorail on which its  strange locomotive and train runs i^  about three feet high, while the distance'between the lower rails, which  serve to maintain the equilibrium of  the railing stock, is about two feet.  Most remarknblc ol its equipment is  the locomotive, with its queer elliptical boiler and firebox. It has one  cylinder on each side, the rods of  which arc inside connected to the  drivers. The Interior of a pnt.aauj.ar  ear ia divided into two longitudin.ll  compartments, which are entered by  separate doors. Freight and slock tars  are similarly divided,  CONCERNING CREOSOTE  The last few years have seen a rapid  development .of the wood preserving  serving industry on the North  American continent, largely owing to  the increasing scarcity and cost of  good tie timber. At tbe present time  there are two standard preservatives In  use, zinc chlorido and creosote. As  zinc chloride is a mineral salt it is  possible to manufacture it to meet  specifications. Creosote, however, is ft  by-product of a by-product, and hence  it is very difficult to obtain a le-riri'd  specified quantity. As a result, u- has  been found necessary to base the specifications on the kind of oil available.  As creosote is used to preserve  about 70 per cent., of the timber tieat  ed, and as it appears probable that a  shortage will occur in th-* noi.r future  and that high prices will prevail, the  problem of increasing the supply is an  important one. Creosote is produced  in by-product coke ovens and the  threatened shortage should further the  increasing adoption as there is enough  wasted every year in the beehive coke  ovens in Canada and tho United  States to supply all reasonable de-  mauds for years to come.���W.L.C.  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to sell or if you  want to buy, see  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about it.  If you want your harness properly and quiclcly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson is  your man.    He specialist �� in  Harness Repairing  and put. hand sewing into all work  done.  Firat store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  XMAS PRESENTS OF  CHOICE APPLES  Those desiring to sent boxes  of fine apples to the folks in  tlie Old Country, should  send in their orders at once  lo  KELOWNA GROWER'S  EXCHANGE  Price, delivered to   any point in  England, Scotland or Ireland,  $3.25 PER BOX.  Orders   muit   be   accompanied   by   full  payment.    Buyers may have choice  of  a  number of  the   best  varieties.     Grading  and pack will be the best.  Should it be found that  sufficient  orders  are not received to fill a minimum car  load, money will be refunded.  AUCTION SALE  OF  Household Effects and  100  Cases of Peaches  Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock  at the Auction Rooms  |. C. STOCKWELL  Auctioneer  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mines.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W.HAUG  'Phone - 66  21  20  19  Meal Ticket  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns & Smith, Props.  LAWRENCE AVE., opposite Methodist Ch.  9  10  II  18      17       16      15       14      13      12  '    THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new Engliah Churches)  Now is the time to plant v  P. I j 1^1 ��� Magoon & Senator Dunlop  strawberry Plants ���*.*��-, $150100  CUTFLOWERS     Veget.ble and Bedding Pl.nl.     POT PLANTS  Order, taken for  Blllbs  Wilr PlalTting  Phone 88  PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b. ii?  THE BIG ANNUAL FAIR  You cannot but appreciate the efforts and carefully-planned arrangements  which have been made to make  it " THE  BEST  YET.  Incidentally the same argument applies in the question of RANQES.  COOKSTOVES and HEATERS���������  .Mill    fl    'Vj*   ty'l*  "'D-ttt taW... ��  I .Mk ������ m ikh  *-*���!*, Mum,      II  y.l  msi w turn 1 Ur,  S*< ��� M0t.1t Ntlii.nil llih|*."  V  tfUhrfoUtrodha  UM ���* It*.. m mm.  The National Line  made in Canada ; made by Canadians; made for everybody. (  From the drawings to the finished article everything has been  planned and executed at Weston, Ont.   For beauty, strength  and simplicity, we challenge comparison.   Leading stove  experts pronounce  The "Canada"  the best "Thought Out" Range on the continent  NICKLE WORK AND ORNAMENTATION on the Canada has been specially adapted for use in cleaning.    All the corners are rounded.      No bolt heads or nuts on  the face of the medalions, which are all easily removed when necessary.   Let us Show You.  A Complete Stock of Heaters Now In  All Stzes and All Prices  DALGLEISH & HARDING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  FOR SALE  AT  Bargain Prices  One Silent   Salesman   Show  Case, 4-ft.  Four   Silent   Salesman Show  Caser, 6-ft.  One   Silent   Salesman   Show  Case, 8-ft.  One Wrapping Counter, glass  front, 5-ft.  Two Stoves and Pipes.  One Goldie & McCulloch Safe  Book Case.  Tables  Wall Cases and Shelving.  These are all in  Good Condition  and will be sold  Very Low  P. B. Wits & Co.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna.     B. C.  t a. -  PHONE 19  APPLICATION SOB, COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notioe ia hereby given that I, S. T.  Elliott, of Kelowna, B.C., real estate  agent, intend to apply for licence to  prospect for coal'and oil ovor the following desoribed lands:  Commencing at a post planted at  the N.W.C., of Lot 4221 Osyoos Distriot, B.C., marked S.T.E., S.W.C,  thence 80 chains north, 80 chains east,  SO ubuinu aoiitli and 80 ohains west to  plaoe of beginning.  Looated August 23rd, 1913. ,  S. T. ELLIOTT, Looator.  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 42-5   t   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that 1, Henry  II. Millie, ol Kelowna, B.C., gentleman  intend to apply for lioenoe to prospeot for coal and oil over the following described land:  Commencing at a post plantr*. 40  ohuinu north of S. T. Elliott's S.W.C,  of lands applied for marked H.H.M.,  S.E.C, thenoe 80 ohains north, 80  chains west1, 80 ohains south, 80 ohains  eaBt to place)of beginning.  Looated August 23rd, 1913.  HENRY H.  MILLIE, Looator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 42-5.   ���   APPLICATION IfOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notioe is hereby given that I, H. B.  Burtch, of Kelowna, B.C., farmer, intend to apply for licence to prospect  for coal and oil ovor the following  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 40  chains north of H. H. Millie's S.E.C  of limcln applied for, tnarked H.B.B.,  S.W.C, thence 80 chains north, 80  chains east, 80 chains south and 80  ohains west to place of beginning.  Located August 24th, 1913.  H. H. BURTCH, Locator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 42-5.   a   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice iB hereby given thnt I, A.  MoQuarrie, of Kolowna. li. C, Merchant, intend to apply for lioenoe to  prospect for coal and oil over the following desoribed 'lands:  Commencing at a post planted 40  ohains north of the S.W.C., of H. B.  Hurliili's lands applied for, marked  A. MoQ., S.E.C, thence 80 ohains  north, 80 ohains west, 80 chains south  and 80 ohains east to plaoe of beginning.  Looated August 26th, 1913.  A.  McQTJARRIE,  Locator,  By J. H. Christie, Aer/i'. 42-5.  APPLICATION FOB COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, R. \4.  Copeland, of Kelowna, B. C, real  estate agent, intend to apply for licence to prospect for coal and oil over the following desoribed land:  Commencing at a post planted 40  chains north of the S.E.C, of A. Mo-  Quarrie's land applied for marked R.  A.C, S.W.C, thence 80 chains north,  80 chains emit, 80 ohainB south and 80  chains west to plnoe of beginning.  Located August 26th. 1913.  R. A. COPELAND. Looator.  By J. U. Christie, Agent. 42-5.   .   APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is hereby given that I, Robert McDonell, of Kelowna. B.C., miner,  intend to apply for license to prospect for coal and oil ovir the Iollowing described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 40  .chains north of li. A. Copeland's S.  W.Cr, landB applied for in r!��d It.  McD., S.B.C., thence 80 ohains north,  80 chains west, 80 chains south and  80 ohains east to place of beginning.  Located August 27th, 1913.  H. MoUONEI.L, Locator.  By .1. H. Christie, Agent. 42-6   i  APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice iB hereby given that I, R. F.  Morrison, of Kelowna, B.C., merchant,  intend'to auply for licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described land:  Commencing at u post planted at  the N.E.C of S. T. Elliott's land applied for, marked B.F.M., S.W.C,  thence 80 chainB north, 80 chains 'east  80 chains south, R0 chains west to  place of beginning.  Located AuguBt 25th. 1913.  ROBERT F. MOR'USON Looator  By J. H. Christie, Agent. 42-6.  MAYOR OF NEW YORK DIES  WHILE CROSSING ATLANTIC  Mr. William Gaynor, Mayor of New  York City, voyaging over the sea on  the steamer Bultio, in the hope of regaining his strength to enter the three  oornered municipal campaign as a candidate for re-election, died suddenly as  the steamer was within a few hundred  mileB of the Irish coast last week. The  first news of his death was flashed by  wireless and relayed by oable from  Europe, and was to the effect that the  mayor had succumbed to heart failure.  TRADE SCT100I. FOR SERVANTS  OPENED IN ENGLAND  The first trade achool in tho world  for servants was opened by the Minister of Education of England reoent-  ly. It has equipment and accommodation for the complete training of  sixty servants, and is situated in extensive buildings in the Borough, not  lar from Southwark Cathedral.  The training school consists  model villas; four students live  each, under the supervision of  mistresses, each villa being run  an ordinary household. All now  mestio machineB undo labor saving  appliances are tried at the Bohool in  order that tho stvidentB may be made  familiar with the moBt up-to-date of  household mechanical' aids.  In order to make the training additionally encouraging, rparo time is  to be given to literature, history ond  novel reading. The school, in short,  aims ut making domestio services as  attraotive as possible to the modern  girl.  of  in  two  as  do-  APPLICATION FOR COAL PROSPECTING LICENCE  Notice is .hereby given that I, Geo.  E. Ritchie, of Kelowna, contractor, intend to apply for licence to prospect  for coul ond oil ovor th' following  described lands:  Commencing ot o post planted 8.1  chains north from R. F. Morrison's S.  W.C, of Innd applied for. m-irked G.  E.R., S.W.C'., thonco 80 ah ini north.  80 ohains east, 80 clui'iis s .uth and  80 chains west to place of beginning.  Located August 28th, 1913.  GEO. E. RITCHIE, Locator  By .1. H. Christie, Agent. 42-6.  GREAT DISCOUNT  SALE  For TEN Days Only, commencing  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th  20 per cent off for Cash  ON  Stationery,  Fancy Goods,  China Ware, &c.  Call and See our 5c., 10c., 25c. & 50c. Bargain Counters  CRAWFORD & CO.  ���Mil  RAILWAY SAFETY DEVISES  Chairman Drayton, of the Canadian  Board of Railway Commissioners, and  a small party recently witnessed a demonstration by the South Western  Railway at Hampton Court station of  the "Prentice system of automatic  wireless traffic oontroV ' waa invented by a young Canadian leligraph  ist, and is olaimed to- be an ideal  scheme. The essential factor is that  if any obstruotive vehicle is on the  traok it interrupts the wireless operation. A highly insulated wiie is laid  in the casing of the middle track. Normally electric waves are constantly  disoharged, but the green and red signal lights are automatically shown  when there is any danger on the  traok. The demonstration was entirely  successful. A special train was automatically brought to a stop when a  light engine was on the traok somo  distance ahead. The cost oi installation has not yet been indicated.  LADY TAXI DRIVERS.  Lady chauffeurs are becoming quite  a familiar sight in tho west end of  London, not only on private oars, but  on the taxi-cabs that ply for public  hire. As a rule the women who have  taken to the wheel are young, and in  not a few cases quite prepossessing  into tha bargain, with the result that  their services aro eagerly sought Ly  the young bloods about the town.,  Thoroughly trained these lady  chauffeurs are oipert drivers, und pilot their cars tliroui'h ". ��� liouseit  traffic without tho slightest hesitation  or the least sign of nervousness. In  addition, many have a Bound knowledge of the meclinnhiu ol their ���tiro,  and oan successfully undertake slight  slight repairs. Garages who let out  motor cars now provide lady ohaul-  feurs if desired.  TELEPHONE MUFFLER  A telephone muffler has recently  been invented which is small enough  to be installed on the ordinary desk  telephone, and which, it ii claimed,  affords the user the secrecy of a tele-  phono box. The telephone is made of  aluminum and iB therefore extremely  light. When speaking into the muffler,  the sound waves, together with tho air  expolled from the lungs, go forward,  and aro carried through a (spiral coil  of aluminum. This is non vibrating  and ciTootuiiily prevents a person  standing near from overhearing the  i n versa tion.  Bordeaux mixture is tho most effective agent to use in combatting apple  blotch.  Tho oity council at Calgary, Alto.,  has decided to investigate th* . delay  in the oompletion of thc Canadian  Northern line into thot town. An engineer will be sent over tho line to ascertain what it will cost, to complete  construction. .After thin report is mado  on aldermanio committee will lie sent  to Edmonton to learn from tho gov-  erment what the railway has received  ���nder the bond Issue guaranteed by ths  provinos,  WE CARRY  the ^ "  .MAPI  AMMUNITION  TOO  AREN'T YOU TIRED OF BORROWING THE OTHER  rELLOW'a GUN 7  IF YOU ARE NOT, LET US WHISPER SOMETHING  TO YOU:   "HE IS."  OWN YOUR OWN THINGS i THEN YOU WON'T SPOIL,  ALL THE FUN OF YOUR OUTING IN FEARING YOU'LL  BREAK THE GUN. OR WHATEVER YOU HAVE BORROWED.  IN SPORTING GOODS AND HARDWARE WE SELL  ONLY THE BEST. THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST FOR  YOU.  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.  [Successors to the Morrison-Thompson Co,]  Plumbing, Steam aad Rot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinda.  Office and Shop : . .    n f>  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Western Canners, Ltd.  FOR REFRESHING BEVERAGES  English Ginger Beer  Lemonade  Extra Special Dry Ginger Ale  Cream Soda  Ginger Ale  Kola Champagne  Lime Juice Soda  Organge Champagne  Soda Water  FINEST OKANAGAN CIDER.   Pints, per doz., $1.50 KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1913  [ WANTED! )  Prepaid ft*.**: 3 seats per word  Ssret iewertiea aud 1 smt per w��rfl tar  amok attusJKini. kswrtiok. Ns ad., su-  aaiVa* tar lan  t��Mc 36 eerie.  Ut .la..��i.ied t^TsraJHsasBts mast U  paid tar is aaTaan evrkaf ta tte oost  .Handing ths booking aad charging ef  saiall items.  Sepy liinj bs received for theee ads  up ta 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PKOrT-BTY FOR SALE  KUK SALE- 30 aura* tin* fault and  hay laad, six alias from bielowna en  Veraoa raad; alsa 7-reemed houae  aad twe hew buildMag lata eaWilean  avenue. All at vary attractive tig-  ares. Inquire f. S. Castas, Lake-  visw hotel. *lti.  Kim SAI.B, k) AOHli*. Uarlag ar-  ���kard at Katlaaol. Aheat VOU trees  gwed commercial varieties, also amall  frails, goad s-reou huaia and cat-  ts*Mdings. Terms easy. Aiso a nan-  bar ai colonies Italian baas. Apply  T.   Barber.  Rat land.  TUB SALE- This ia for a bargain-  hunter. SO-AnCe*. ��.. ,_.,.-��. miitlYA-  tion, 700 two-year-old treea, house,  good water, ate. Pries .376 per aura.  Will take iota or oity properly as  part payment for quick sal?. Far par  liuaiars write te Box. "D". Kelowna  Record. 3*tf.  FOR SALE- Thoroughbred Holstau.  Bull', at Hurriss' Huwkeadale Ranoh.  Apply E. Marvin. Manager. lOtf  FURNISHED ROOMS, with bathroom,  to rent, on Pendozi Street. Apply P.O.  Box 239. (^   43-5  FOB SALE��� Yeun* pigs; r gUtsrwl  Bai-ksliks first ulass breadiag steak;  alsa eggs fer hatching, Barred Rpeka  Bsfl' Orpingteas, r.-a. Rhada Island  Bade, r.-e. Brawn Leghorns. Apply  J. Bateman, Varuou Bead, Kelowna.  -9.H  FOR SALE- Solid rubber tu'ed baggy  bull bearing bicycle wheels, and single set driving harness in first elas  condition. English saddle and bridle.  Apply. E. W. Wilkinaou. P. 0. Box  'J51. 2Stf.  FOR SALE  One keese en the Murty subdivision  btihiad hospital, 14 rooms, hot and  cold water, W.C, on Urge vomer lot.  AJte ene baagalew, S ro.ui., hot and  ���eld water, W.C. Alae oue in Abbott  Street. 7 reuina. hot and sold water,  private W.C. Eaay terms. Apply B  W. latter. P.O. Box 188. 3tttf.  C00DS FOR SAXE  FOR SALE��� ranee poets, Fir.  Cather. 'Phone B4.  Apply  33tf.  FOR 8AL1���Moree, single ar double  driver. C. W. Diokaoa. P.O. box 369,  Theae  191. Wti  R)R SALE- Seven hundred feet of  new three-inch wooden pipe. Address  "H" Record ofl'ioe. *3.3  FOR SALE  Five h.p. Simpson-Strickland Steam  engine, suitable for liiunch, also five  h.p. steam boiler complete with fit-  lings. Also 37 inch "us I'ne heated  mangle, hand and belt attachmaAts.  Easy to turn untl does excellent work  on table linen and al) flat work.  5-5.00. All innchiuea muy lie Been at  work at the Kelowna Stetitn Laundry.  -I3tf.  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  HOU8K TO  RENT - On St. Paul  street,    seven    roams,    bath,   W.C.  eleetaie light, modem is every    res-  peet. Apply G. (.. Baek. 'Phane 31��.  39 ti.  LOST-TWO HORSES. Two bey geld,  inga, 7 yeara old, weight 1320 and 1400  Ibe. Branded B and 66 on shoulder.  Liberal reward for return to my ranch.  James Bowea. 43  NEW TENT, 12 x 14, two windowa, door,  acreen door, alao atove, camp bed and  mattress.   G. P.. T��� P.-O. Box 451.    43  FOR SALE-Pure   bred   Plymouth Rock  and   White   Leghorna.    Winter   layera.  Apply W. H. H. McDougal. Glenmore.  43.4  FOR SALE���A bargain. Roaa' Frieder  binocular held glaaaea, with case nnd  adjuatablc lenses. Apply Box 537,  Kelowna. 43  BOARD AND ROOMS  TO LET���Kllis Street Rooms, opposite  C.P.R. sen, far elated, 17.00 per  month. 43-e  TO RENT���Three-roomed cottage on  Francia Avenue, Pendozi Street. T. IL,  Box 134. 43  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED��� Young Lady wished position as housekeeper. Apply Box "P'  Record office. 43  ROOMS TO, LET - With or without  board. Good Cooking. Private family. Corner Pendozi strset and Sutherland avenue, near English church.  Apply Mrs. Ford. Phone ��301      43-5  BOARD AND ROOMS ��� Comfortable  rooms, with board. Telephone. Terma  reasonable. Apply third house aouth  of Engliah church on Richter Street. 4)  ^OUNG LADY seeks position as houae-  keeper for one month.     J. M��� Box 294.  43  WANTED���Situation   aa   help.      Apply  P.O. Bex 446. 43-4  HELP WANTED  WANTED- Stenographer (male). Apply Central Okanagan Lands. Kelowna. 43.3  WANTED- Resident agent, lady or gentleman, ea demonatrator of artistic work.  Good proposition. Alio quantity second  hand chicken wire. Box I, Wilaon  Landing, B.C. 43  PRIVATE SALE OF FURNITURE  High elans feruiUre, pictures, china.  aad silverware far private nl*.  lorroeke,  etHf. Willow Ave.  HARNESS FOR SALE  One second    hand heavy team harness.  One second hand  single     horse  work harness.  Thomlinsen,  tut f. Harness Maker.  GOOD PAS.TRK  Good pastern .a if M uioi Ranch,  thres miles from town, S. K. L., Co.  Apply to B, S. HAL., 42tf.  C. H. JACKSON  CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANT  Room 7  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO EXCHANGE- 40 aores  improved land us K.'owna distriet  for improved prairie property. Apply C. Casroso, Kelowuu. 40-43  WANTID��� Second hund line shafting,  belting and pulleys. Apply. Kelowna  Steam  Laundry. 42U.  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  KELOWNA, B.C.  Ellia Street  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And   ia   now   ready   to  take   ordera   for  made-to-mtaatire garments for the Crown  Tailoring Co.  LOST, on 16th, gold watch and "Greet  Weat Saddlery Company " fob. Apply  PO. Box 44.   Reward. 43-4  PIANO TUNING���Piano tuner ond regu-  lator for Mason Ac Riach. Limited, for  the Okanngnn Valley ia at present iu  Kelowne. Parties requiring hia aervices  for tuning, etc., will kindly leave their  ordera with Mr. Crawford, Maaon &  Riach Parlora. 43-6  FOR SALE  1 Drnwing room mite. Chippendale pic-  lures, Solid Mahogany Book case and  Secretary combined ; 1 dining room suite,  Fumed Oak; Side Board, Dining Table,  Kitchen Uteusil*, and Row Boat.  H. P. HORROCKS, Willow Avenue.  Loolo  8���Beet three loaves of bread, made  bom Royal Household Flour.' lit  prize 98 tb., sack Ogilvie's Royal  Household flour; 2nd prize 49 lb.,  sack Ogilvie's Royal Household  flour.    Donated by McKenzie Co.  4���Best dozen Sweet Buns. 1st prize  98 lb., sack Ogilvie's Royal Household flour; 2nd prize, 49 lb., suck  Ogilvies Royal Household flour. Donated by MoKenzie Co.  6���Best. 3 apple plea made from Quaker flour. Pies to become the property of the MoKenzie Co. let prize  98 lb., snek Quaker flour; 2nd prize  49 lb., sack Quaker flour. Donated  by MoKenzie Co.  The above is an extra*t from the special prize list  R.yal Household Flour  49-lb. sacks  $1.90  Quaker Flour  49-lb. sacks  $1.90  Remember our motto:   "QUALITY  AND  SERVICE"  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Men's Boots & Shoes  We ore making a real hit with  our Famous "K" Boots. We have  these in Hen's in nil tho nsweet  and latest lasts. Our new stock  diaplayed in our windows, surely  make ooueidering people look.  Mo articles of dress caus<�� you so much trouble  as iiour shoes and hose. Onli) by testing, testing,  testing, haoe toe found lines of shoes and hose that  will stand the hard wear they must be ginen, and  yet last and look well. On these lines of shoes and  nose toe haoe the exclusioe agency for this city. Buy  your shoes from us; you will get those, which are  strong, stylish and comfortable.  Hen's No. 6141. Tan Calf Be!., Single sole, receding toe and low heel,  walking style at   J6.50  Han's No. 8137, Black Goodyear welt  Blaek Calf with both single and double sole at  17.00  Hen's 7398 Tan Brogue Oifords ars  real lively and most comfortable  at   $5.80  Hen's 6147. Our 12 ineh leg. Tan  Willow Calk Blm her it the eovy ot  every hunter and prospector. Especially adapted for field nervine at 18.0(1  Women's Boots & Shoes  We only ho|>e tn show \ou the many  lines carried in the WOMBN'H, MISSUS' and CHILDREN'S. Showing you  lines as K. EXPRESS, CLASSIC, T  ft T. BELLS, KINflSBURY, SHAH-  DONS and others makes us believe  -that we can fit and satinfy you both  as lo quality and price,  A new line just opened is a fine  PATENT COLT, CUBAN HEEL, plain  vamp with a oravenettr u, pt.\ both  in lace and button are purs to attract  at  i,  8.1.50 |ier pair  Our "K" field boot for ladies fills  a want of long standing ior aha who  wishes something strong and a naihle.  Price   Sn.lO per pair  IVa handle only    Qelty and   Scott's  (iasail   Shoes  ill  hi;.'h r/r'mle i In for  Misses and Children and ars showing  some rani clansy dope in these lines.  High cut. Ankle height aud pumps at  pricea to meet every pocket book.  ���lusl placed in slo-k a most complete line of soft sole goods and moccasins for the Tot just lenrniag to  walk at from Wc. to   85c.  Our main endeavor is to bay leather  goods that we can stake eur reputation, to, and handle eiclueively  The FAHOUS HAHTT SHOE lor vounf  men who care. The toee, lasts, heele,  eta., are the latt word in line loot-  wear. New lasts this season are tke  "KNOCKER" "BIONOIZ" "DINKY"  "HENLEY" and "JOHN BULL" with  the more conservative English lasts  with receding tost snd lower heeli.  In heavy footwear we need only  mention  LECKIE  The QUALITY and COHPORT from  thees lines are always satisfying. Every line of these goods bears the mark  of careful making,in RUGBY CALF,  OIL TANS, BLUE CHROHE, mad. in  WELTS and HcKAYS at Irom M.76  to  ,    $10.00  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.


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