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 ^e-V>arynV  l&latona Utcovtt  "***��������.(  b!Fljl  tCovwsw  *��r>  VOL. XI   NO. 9  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 16, 1919.���4 PAGES  y  $1.50 Per Annum  lonlcipai Elections  Go by Acclamation  *lo Change in Constitution of  City Council or of School  Board  There it lo be no municipal  election in Kelowna thit year,,all  [the Aldermen, School Trutteet  fan it Police Com miaa ioner having  been returned by acclamation. Aa  tuch a situation Waa to  aome ex-  I tent anticipated, the announcement  will cause no turpriae.  The council, conaiating of mayor  I and tix aldermen.which now entera  upon  another term   of  office unchanged,, is, it  might  be  well to  recall, made up as follows:���  MAYOR-D. W. Sutherland.  ALDERMEN-D. H. Rattenbury,  IW. C. Duggan. J. B. Knowlet, W.  J. Mantle, W. Lloyd'Jonea and  G. A. Meikle.  ! The School Board will consist of  the tame five members aa before :  Mestrt. J. A. Bigger, W. R. Trench,  and Mrs. Calder, who were retiring  but have been re-elected, and  Messrs. G. A. McKay and G. Ritchie.  Police  Commissioners   must be  (elected     according   to   a   recent  amendment  of  the Act, and Aid.  Rattenbury was the retiring   mem-  ber  of that body   this  year.    He  ! agreed to stand for re-election, but  at the same  time  Mr. Geo. Row-  I elide   appeared   aa   a   candidate.  Both were  non inated and it looked as though a poll would have to  L be  taken. .Aid.  Rattenbury   prevented thie, however, by withdraw-  ' ing, leaving the election   by acclamation to Mr. Rowcliffe.  Basketball Games  Prove Popular  Described by a apectator aa "a  fine game for the young people,"  the basketball matches arranged  by the tcoutt took place latt Friday  evening in the presence of about  one hundred -onlookers, including  the tcoutt and cuba. Not a little  intereat haa been arouaed of late  in the game, which waa introduced  to the tcoutt three years ago by  the scoutmaster; and thit winter  the ladiea were invited to try their  hands at it with the result that the  big item on Friday'a programme  was a match between the "Lady  Blues" and the "Lady Reds." Thit  game was preceded by a contest  between two junior scout teams,  the resultant score of 10 points to  5, however, not being a fair indication of the skill shown by both  sides after a good game..  The ladies then took the field,  Miss Florence Cooper leading the  Reds, compoted of Mines Mantle,  Gaddes, Perry and Moubray, and  Mrt. H. G. M. Wilton the Blues:  Misses E. Cooper, Williams, De-  Hart and Atkinson. Mr. E. C.  Weddell acted at referee and hia  services were frequently called for,  although nothing more serioua  than a little playful scratching took  place. The superior weight and  reach of the Red't captain helped  them a great deal, but many spectacular runt were ttopped by the  tenacity of one of" the younger  Bluet, who frequently tat on the  ball rather than part with it, much  to the delight of the audience and  the chagrin of her opponenti. The  half-time score wat 4 - 6 in the  Red't favor. Returning, the ladiet  played a fatter and better game,  J, Mitt Mantle scoring a very neat  goal whilst Mrt. Wilton made"  strong endeavora to retrieve the  lott to her tide.with the retultthat  at the close of play the score ttood  at the very satisfactory figures of 9  pointt to 8 in favor of the Redt.  The seniors' match v. hich followed waa an excellent game and very  fait, C. Gaddes, Lloyd Day and Jim  Calder doing tome splendid work.  Gaddes' team won with a tcore of  10 to 4, but, at in the first game,  the result as thown on the- tcore  board wat no criterion of the play.  Summerland will have to get a vety  ttrong team to beat the local combination in the tenior garnet they  are to play in the near future.  STOCKS���On Sunday, December  29th, to the wife of Private Arthur M. B. Stocks,  at  Panticton,  Special Programme at  Knox Church Sunday  The services at the United church  next Sunday will be of an especially inspirational and interesting  character. Rev. Dr. C. A. Eby, a  minister of high standing in Canada, attisted by hit ton, Mr, C. A.  Eby, will give a lecture-recital on  "The Vition of Itaaih." Thit ia  the presentation of the message of  the great Hebrew prophet in dramatic form and the tinging of  many of the more sublime passages of the book. Dr. Eby it a man  of ripe scholarship and an elocutionist of merit. For the past two  aeaaons he has been on the Chautauqua lecture platform. Mr. C.  Eby possesses a baritone voice of  good quality and renders the exquisite lyrical passages with sympathy and dignity.  The first part of the programme  aa given below will be given at  the morning service and the second part at the evening service:  Part I ���The Great Assize  1. Foreword and Argument  2. The Touch with the Infinite  "Holy, H6ly,Holy" Tandy  3. The ldaal and the Actual  "The Parable of theVineyard"..Tandy  4. Pride Must Fall  "Sevenfold Woa  on  Sevenfold Sins"  (Tandy  5. The Hopeless Tragedy  * " For all this His anger ia not turned  away" 7^ Tandy  Part 2���Darkness and Dawn  1. The Terrified King.  2. The Sign Immanuel  "Make an Uproar"    3. The Breaking Storm  "The Lord is my Light" Allitsen  "And  He  shall  lift  up  an  ensign"  ITandy  4. The Dark Before the Dawn  "And they shall pasa through "..Tandy  5. Jehovah'a Controversy  6. The vision of Day  .   "But the thick Darkness shall be driven away" Tandy  7. The Psalm of Hope  "Unto us a Child ia Born"  Tandy  8. Through Centuries to the Present  "The Recessional" (Kipling).DeKoven  9. Tha New Jerusalem  "The Holy City" Adama  Quoted parts sung  ..Tandy  Successful Red Cross  Sales of Work  The ladies of East Kelowna have  demonstrated before that they can  do things when they, set out with  that intention, and the "Jumble  Sale" which they conducted Saturday laat in aid of the Red Cross  was another proof of thia. In all  the magnificent sum of $995 was  raised, made up aa follows:  Receipts from sale $740  Tags    50  Teaa    55  Raffle of Victory Bond ... 150  This is only an approximate statement aa the returns are not yet all  completed, but it is near enough to  show what a magnificent success  was achieved. Moat of the gooda  sold were the work of the East  Kelowna ladies, and great ingenuity  and talent was displayed in many  instances.  The proceeds are to be divided  between the local Red Croat and  the "Drive" now in progress.  The annual meeting of the Eatt  Kelowna Red Crott it to be held  next Saturday. The retiring pre-  tedentt, Mesdames Carruthers and  Reekie desire to have at good an  attendance at possible at thit meeting.   _o  Mrt. Weir returned from the old  country today,  Meatrt. Casorso Bros, are making  a fine window display thit week of  their home-grown onion and alfalfa teed, which ia attracting much  attention.  The skating rink at the tennit  courtt on Harvey Ave. .it beingj>ut  into thape again by the Athletic  Club, and weather permitting skating will ttart in about a week. The  Committee it going to a lot of  trouble and expense and it it hoped the public will give their tupport  and help make it a tuccett. The  K.A.A.C. hat teveral hockey teamt  and expectt to have garnet with  townt along the lake. A fancy  dress carnival will also be held in  the near future.  Seed Fair Attracts  Much Interest  District Shows Up Well in the  List of Prizes  The Mainland Provincial Seed  Fair which hat jutt come to a close  here hat undoubtedly been the  mott successful yet held. The fair,  which it held under government  auspices by the Soil and Crop division of the Department of Agriculture, ia a comparatively recent  development, but it performing a  very uteful service in educating  and interesting the farmer and gardener in the production of better  seed, and the necessity of supplying the home market.  That the Fair was held in Kelowna at all was due to the energy  of Mr. R. L. Dalglish, who canvassed so vigorously for the entries  and, indeed, upon whom most of  the arrangements fell. Mr. E. Hogan, soil and crop instructor, is  sick in the east, and Mr. P. W.  Ankatell Jones, of Chemainua, who  came to judge the potatoes, had to  take his place.  The building opposite the court  house occupied by Rowcliffe's,  proved a convenient place for the  Fair, and after a little decorating  with flags and streamers and the  erection of suitable stands, the exhibits were ditplayed in a very  attractive fashion. Plants has been  supplied by Messrs. Palmer & Rogerson and Paul Knippel. There  were in all 201 entries of which  104 were from Kelowna growers,  who, it might be mentioned, succeeded in carrying off 34 of the  prizes.  There were 43 classes in all, and  these with few exceptions were  well represented. Grain wat a  good showing, considering this is  not a grain growing country. Of  corn there waa a magnificent display both in flint and dent. Beans  and peaa alto made a good ahowing. The potato classes were small  largely, it wat pointed out by the  judge, from an apparent lack of  knowledge aa to what, waa requited in a good seed potato.  An interetting corner of ihe  building waa that devoted to the  display sent by the Summerland,  Agassiz and Sydney Experimental  stations, these being of a high educational value to all seed growers.  An automatic lantern with  changing views furnished amuse,  ment for the youngsters, but also  showed a lot of inttructive views  on various phases of seed growing.  Several machines and contrivances were alao thown in operation,  cleaning and thrething different  varietiea of teed.  The Bankhead Orchard Co. had  a splendid display of home-grown  seeds, chiefly the Dent Corn for  which they have already won a  considerable reputation.  The Farmera' Institute stand waa  well supplied with bulletins and all  information likely to be of use to  seed men. Mr. Dalglish, who was  in charge of thit, had also hit own  little teed ditplay, contitting of  tome particularly fine prize-winning beana, grown on the Bartholomew place at the Minion.  C. Casorso had a display of  onion seed of which he|had grown  a large quantity very successfully  thit year receiving commendations  from Prof. Bovine and othert. Considering the tuperiority of homegrown teed over imported stuff he  thould have no difficulty in disposing of hit 1500 lbt within the  dittrict.  A displav of tobacco and aeed  wat shown by Mr. L. Holman, and  cloae by waa a collection of photographs by Mr. Willis, which are  destined for the Canadian agency  in London.  Both Tuesday and Wednesday  the attendance wat verv good, and  many exprettiont of approval  were heard from the many viaitort.  The judget were Prof. L. Steven-  ton, and Mr. P. W. Ankatell Jones.  Following it a complete Hit of  the prize winnert:  Registered Spring Wheat  1, William Rogers. Tappan, B.C.  Regittered White Oats  2, M. Hereron.  (Both above   prizes withheld pending receipt of certificates.)  Seed Growers Org-  f anize for Marketing  Interesting Addresses Given  , on Different Phases of _  Industry  The Britith Columbia Seed  Growers' Attociation came into  existence just a year ago to meet  the necessity which had arisen for  an organization to ensure the de.  velopment upon right lin*a of an  industry which had grown up in  consequence </ the seed shortage  brought about by the war. Already  much good work has been accomplished, and the convention which  has been taking place this week in  Kelowna haa still further advanced  that movement by laying the  foundation of an organization that  wil take care of the all-important  marketing end of the business.  The series of meetings, which  will be dealt with more fully next  week, commenced Tuesday morning in the Methodist church under  the able chairmanship of the president,  Prof. L, Stevenson, of the Sydney, Experimental Farm. Addressing the delegates  at the opening session, Prof. Stevenson  drew attention to the importance tp all  aeed -growera of the present convention,  which was charged with the duty of perfecting their organization and placing the  whole seed business on a better basis.  The policy of organization, which contemplates the establishment of seed districts, each district having an organization  of ita own with a representative on the  Provincial Association, was discusaed.  Later the following were selected to compose the Provincial board : Prof. L. Stevenson (president), and Messrs. R. M.  Palmer, Vancouver Island, H. M. Eddie,  Lower Mainland, W. H. Hayhurat, North  Okanagan, D. W. Strachan, Kamloops, L.  E. Taylor, Central Okanagan, A. Agur,  South Okanagan, and Attwood, Grand  Forks.  In the afternoon Dr. M. O. Malte. of the  Ottawa Experimental Farm, and an eminent authority on aeed growing, delivered  a valuable addreaa on the outlook for'the  Canadian aead industry, >    .  Mayor Sotherland, who had been unavoidably absent during the morning, than  delivered a brief address of welcome to  the delegatet*  Mr. J. ft. Fryer, of the Dominion Seed  Laboratory, Calgary, waa the next speaker  hia subject being, "Experiences in Field  Inspection and Seed Tearing," and Mr. P.  W. Ankatel Jones, of Chemainua, a well-  known authority on potato culture, gave  an interesting address on "Practical Potato  Raising," whilst in the evening Mr. R. H.  Helmer, of the Summerland Experimental  Farm, related hia experiences in growing  carrot and mangel aeed.  Tha Hon. E. D. Barrow, Miniater of  Agriculture, was present at the meeting  and spoke encouragingly of the prospects  for seed growing in the province, lt waa  apparent that certain districts possessed  natural advantages for seed production  and where auch waa the case there waa  no fear that the industry would progress.  He admitted that the department had  been open to aome criticism in that their  arrangements for assisting in seed threshing had not proved adequate to the large  crop. The fact that there had been auch  large production, however, waa a matter  for satisfaction, and would no doubt enable the growers to take care of their own  crop another year.  He suggested tha need for adequate  marketing arrangements, and read a telegram received from Mr. G. H. Clarke, of  the Dominion  Seed  Branch,  outlining a  filan for a co-operative organization on the  ines of .tha Saskatchewan Grain Growers.'  To thia the provincial department would  be pleaaed to give every assistance.  Later in discussing this matter the meeting appointed aa a provisional  committee  Messrs. L. E. Taylor. A.   Agur, C. E.  Weeks, J. Stores and W. Hayhurat.  Prof. Stevenson spoke  of the   need of  [rrotective legislation to prevent cross potentiation and ensure the purity of aeed  crops.  A smoky ttove in Knowle't jew  elry ttore gave rite to an an alarm  of fire Tuetday evening. The boya  were on the scene promptly but fortunately no damage wat done.  The abtent membert of the  tchool staff, Mitt Page, Mitt Leckie  and Misa Woodt all commenced  their dutiea Monday, having recovered sufficiently from the "flu."  In a letter received thia week by  Mr. J. Harris the news is conveyed  of the death at the coast of E. H.  Soady, well-known in Kelowna'up  to a year or two ago. Deceased  in fact waa in Kelowna about two  montht ago after having completed  an engagement with the Cawston  Canning Co. He then left for  Nanaimo, and during a viait to  Vancouver during Christmas week  he contracted "flu" and died within  a couple of days of being admitted  to hospital. He leaves a wife and  two children who are at present  over in England.  Dairymen in Convention  Here this Week  The B. C. Dairymen's Attociation commenced itt annual convention yetterday. Following ah  addreaa of welcome from the  Mayor, the pretident, S. H. Shannon, delivered hit addreaa, touching upon many important features  of the dairy business during the  year. He was pleased to visit  Kelowna, and believed the policy  of holding the convention in different districts each year a wise  one, enabling the delegatet to get  in touch with freth people, and to  extend their knowledge of the  province.  A report of the year's work of  the Association was read by Mr.  T. A. F. Wiancko, the secretary.  The meetings were continued in  the afternom, when the speakers  were Prof. Westover, of the Oregon  Agricultural College, and W. H.  Hicks of the Agassiz Experimental  Farm.  In the evening the Hon. E. D.  Barrow addressed the convention  other speakers being Prof. W. T.  McDonald, acting deputy minister,  Prof. L. Stevenson and J. W. Berry  of Langley Prairie.  To-day's programme includes a  report from the secretary on the  recent Dairy Conference at Ottawa,  addresses by Prof. Sadler of the  B.C University, Prof. E. L. West-  over, P..H. Moore, of the Colony  Farm, and the consideration of a  number ol important resolutions.  Meetings have a'so been held  by the B. C. Woolgrowers' Association, of which lack of space prevent extended mention this week.  To night the various delegates  with the local farmers and business  men .are to be entertained at a  banquet in Morrison Hall  Baptists Hold Annual  Business Meeting  More Kelowna Men  Return this Week  Capt. Hoy and Lieut. Kincaid  are given Hearty Welcome  The powerhoutc whittle is being  kept busy these dayatounding welcome to Kelowna aoldiers who are  returning now every few, daya.  Capt. E. Hoy and Lieut. Graham  Kincaid were the arrivals Monday.  The former waa at one time a  member of the Fire Brigade, and  in consequence the members of  that body turned out in atrength,  bringing' along the fire engine to  convey the returning one.  Capt. Hoy has passed through  some varied experiences overseas.  He enlisted from'Kelowna in Feb.  1915 with others ofthe fire brigade  boys, serving with the infantry for  nearly two and a half years. Later  he transferred to the Flving Corps  and it waa while engaged in flying  over the Germans only a few months ago that an accident to his pro-  pellor compelled him to descend,  to be taken prisoner by the enemy.  Fortunately his captivity was brief  for the signing of the armistice enabled him to return home. He is  visiting Kelowna in company with  his sister, Mrs. J. H. Fraser, of  Vancouver.  Lieut. Kincaid was also heartily  welcomed. He has had a most  successful career as a soldier, and  is to be congratulated upon the  promotion and distinction which  he has earned. He enlisted in  Winnipeg in. January 1916 when  only 19 years of age and went  overseas in May of that year. For  some months he was with the Canadian Arms Inspection and Repair  department in London, but waa  afterwards transferred to the 53rd  Canadion Field Artillery, going  over to France with that unit in  1917. He was recommended for  a commission the following year  and finally gazetted in August. He  was in England acting as instructor  in machine gunnery when peace  came.  The. members of the Kelowna  Baptist church held their annual  business meeting laat Wednesday  evening, the Rev. W, Arnold Ben--  nett, pastor, occupying the chair.  The reports of the various departments were read and adopted and  officers elected for the year. Light  refreshments were served after the  business had been disposed of.  The clerk, Mr. H. W. Swerdfager  in tendering his report stated that  the year had been wonderfully  successful, 47 new membera having been added to the church rol),  and 34 converts baptized upon  confession of their faith. The  church had sustained a loss of  three by death; namely, Mr. T.  Duggan, Mrs. Rosa Henning and  Mr. Neil Dalgleish. The pastor had  made over 300 visits into the  homes of the members and others.  Mits M. I. Reekie, the treasurer,  reported that in spite of the influenza ban, the year had been unprecedented financially no less a  sum than $1,911 representing the  income from all sourcet, and that,  with all current accounts paid, they  were able to look the world in the  [ace with a balance in the bank.  Mutual appreciation was manifested by all present at to encouraging  a report, repretenting, at it did,  much self-denial on the part of  many of the small congregation.  A ttrong Sunday-school had been  built up after much exacting labor,  and the memberahip now ttood  well over 100. Much regret wat  expressed at the retirement of Mr.  Angut McGregor from the potition  of superintendent, which he had  held for three years, owing to precarious health  The election of officers resulted  at follows: deacons, Messrs. Mc-  Keown, Reekie, McCregor, Harris,  Weekt, Good and Patmore; Advia  ory Board : Mesdames Brown, Pat-  more and Weeks, together with  the deacons; Clerk : Mr. Swerdfager ; Treasurer: Miss Reekie ; Financial secretary : Mr. Brown ; Finance committee : Miatet Lena  Wilson, Reekie, and Mettrt. Brown  McGregor, Patmore, Day and Har-  ritt; Sunday-school superintendent,  Mr. Houte; Asst., Mr. Good ; Auditor : Mr. Reid ; Ushers: Mettrt.  Swerdfager, Patterton, Gill, Ingles,  Harritt, Duggan and Patmore.  Ladies' Hospital Aid  Annual Meeting  The annual meeting of the  Ladiea* Hospital Aid was held  in the Board of Trade rooms on  Monday last, with thirty-six ladiea  present. The President, Mrs. Willits, being absent, the meeting was  taken by the vice-president, Mrs,  W. Lloyd Jones. The financial reports were very good, considering  how little had been asked for the  hotpital.  The following officers wer.e elected : Pretident, Mrs. J B. Knowlet;  1st Vice-Pres , Mrs. W. Lloyd-Jones  2nd Vice-Pres., Mrs. H. J. Hewetson ; Secretary, Mrs. Lynch ; Treasurer, Mrs. Anderson; Executive,  Mesdames Duggan, Cameron, McKay, Rowcliffe, Rogers and Miss  Reekie.    ��  It was decided to hold a "shower"  at the hospital on'Thursday, Jan.  23rd. A general invitation is extended. The aid will serve tea.  A partial list of articles desired  are: flower vaaes, cups and saucers,  small bread 6t butter plates, sugars  and creams, sauce dishes, small  soup bowls, water glasses, dresser  covers, stand covers, baby blankets,  wash cloths, dish towels, kitchen  utenailt, books, magtzinet, etc. At  thit is the first shower in two years,  we hope people will be generous.  The hospital needs our help and  we need the hospital.  Home Grown Seed  Gives Best Results  - Experience hat shown conclusively that crops produced from  seed grown in the aame locality are  much tuperior in yield and quality  to thote produced from imported  teed. The mott tariff actcry explanation of thit it the obviout  one that the aeedt have become  acclimatized, and by the time they  are called upon tp produce plantt,  are ao fitted to their surroundings  at to make the mott of the conditions in which they are placed.  Several recent instances have been  quoted in which S fair comparison  hat been pottible, and the difference it certainly Startling.  . f'Ajaii. FOd&  kEtOfcNA RECORD  Thursday, January 16,19$  KELOMNH RECORD  f-sMltttid tatty Tfctrtetaa at Itjstt���,  MM LSATKLE7  MHsx aaa) Prtrprietar  scbscsiptiqn bates  tlJO   psr   rsasr   7te���  State. IO esats r    UnlVsel  I tka rstnuat rase <���> have  satra musts tsallad ta trlaaae at a drttaaoa  at HALT HATS. La.. Tt eaata net star.  This spKlal Dsivllsta   ta   araatst   1st   ths  earcoss ot edvsrtisioa tee elsv *ed iBslrtot.  AD eeteeriatsoaa tsuraMs la advaaat  aovnrnsiira bath  LODGE NOT1CBS.  PROME8SIONAL CABDS  ETC.. Sit esata nss column ioe* ssr araak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-SO dars. tt;  SO dava 17.  WATBB NOTICES-19 lac Bra  LEGAL  ADVERTiaraG-Flrst   Inesrtloa.    IS  osnts tar IU��; saeh satraauuaal lassrtioa. t  esats use Uaa.  CLASSIFIED   ADTEBTlSEstitNTS -S stats'  oar word   llrat lassrtlrsa. 1 ssat par srord  DISPLAY ADVEBTISEMNTS - Two  and aadsc. M esata osr laetr lirst iassrttM  over two laeaee 40 esata par lash Scat lassrtioa: SO eaata nsr Ineh sash aabaaaaaat  bstsruoB.  All ehaaaaa ia ooatraot advsrtUaraaatt asaat  bs in tba hands ol ths printer hr ToaasVsV  svsaJat to   aatara   poblloetioa   la   tha   asst  The holding of to many meeting! and conventions in Kelowna  thit week haa introduced an air of  buttle and activity into a usually  quiet period of the year. It ia not  often to many vititon favor our  city with their pretence at one  time, and it it to be hoped that  thev will go away feeling that they  have been made welcome and have  enjoyed their stay. Certainly it it  the earnett detire not only of the  local committees looking after the  comfort of our guests, but of every  individual citizen that thia may be  to, and every effort it being made  to ensure tuch a happy result.  At to the convention! themselves, much lasting benefit it looked for at the result ot their being  held in this district. The seed industry, for instance, has'received a  tremendous stimulus from the Seed  Fsir and the Seed Growers' meetings. Mrny people who were  either frsnkly ignorant or lukewarm about the possibilities of  seed-growing have undoubtedly  aeen a light. Il is admitted aa beyond question by all the experts  on the subject that thit dittrict presents almost ideal condition! for  profitable teed production, and it  branch of fanning which otfeis  great promite of succett. A good  deal haa been accomplished at the  eonveniion, too, in the way of tak<  ing the initial steps towardt putting  the marketing end of the induttry  on a sound basis. If the advice of  one of the speakers to "make haste  slowly" is followed, the not distant  future ahould see a steady and  profitable new source of revenue  develope in lhe valley.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "*s pacPABW     Kelowna Troop  Troop Firat; Self Laat  Edited by Pioneer.   Jan., 14 1919  ORDERS bv command for week  ending Jan. 25, 1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week and alao for week following,  Owlt; next for duty, the Beavera.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club-room on  Wednetday, Jan., 22at 7.15 p.m.  The utual basket-ball practice!  will be held on Monday and Friday.  ���       a  a   -  CUBS: The evening for the  weekly parade of the Cubs hat  been changed from Wednesday to  Friday and the next parade will  therefore be held on Friday of  thit week, the 17th inttant. At  thia parade certain badgea won by  different Cuba will be pretented  and a bun-feed will be held.  a   ^   a  A.S.M. Keown ia now back in  Vancouver and expect! to be up  here on a vitit very toon.  a        a  ���  The tpectatora who taw the basket-ball matches on Friday evening  laat all seen ed to like the game  very much and we have received  aeveral requests to furnish such  another evening's sport. We thall  be glad to do to.  a        a  a  At the Fall Fair thia year a prize  will be given for the belt map of  the city, meeting the requirement!  for the Pathfinder Badge, and  drawn or brought up to date this  The following New Year'a greeting! have been exchanged with  Provincial Headquarters:���  From the Chief Scout for Canada : "I avail my self of th1.* occasion to congratulate the Boy Scout  Officers and Scouts of Canada on  the helpful part which they have  been privileged to take in support  of Canada's part in the Great  World War. I am sure that thii  Association will alio take a worthy  part in the difficult tasks of reconstruction which the war hai given  rise to. Please-convey my cordial  best wiihei to all ranki for the New  Year. (Sd) DEVONSHIRE."  Our reply: "On behalf of all  members ofthe Boy Scout Association in British Columbia and  Yukon I most heartily thank Your  Excellency for your very kind and  much appreciated New Year'a  meisage. We in our turn respectfully ask Your Excellencies to accept our loyal and respectful good  wishes for 1919.  (Sd)T.R, HENEAGE, A.C.  From Manitoba : * Manitoba  Scouts and Officers tend heartiest  Season's Greeting!.  (Sd) A. T. MACINTOSH  Our Reply: "Your kind greeting  for 1919 moil heartily reciprocated by all ranka in British Columbia  and Yukon Territory.  (Sd) T. R. HENEAGE.'  Dairying hat already taken a firm  root here, and the importance of  good stock, careful testing, and up-  to-date methods realized fo some  extent. The dairy convention,  however, aad the excellent addresses of some of the speakers,  cannot but tend to deepen this  conviction, and to bring others into line.  The  members  of   the    Wool  Growers' Association, which also  meets this week, have been face  tiouily referred to at "wool-gaih-  erert," but their deliberationt and  their intight into the possibilities  of the theep bush ess have eaiily  refuted this insinuation. No, doubt  they alio will take many paces  forward thit week.  Benvoulin Farmers  Hold Annual Meeting  The annual meeting of the Benvoulin Local U.F.B.C. took place in  the Mission Creek tchool on January 7th, with a good number of  membera present.  The preiident, Mr. C. E. Weekt.  in a brief addrett pointed out the  advanlagei that the local offered  to the community aa a channel  through which communication!,  resolution!, Ate, could be discussed and action taken. With the  work the U.F.B.C. brought about  on Million Creek at an instance of  repaid endeavor he reminded the  memben that it wat only by unit  ed action that they could accomplish any desired object. He also  showed how things indicated that  proper co-operation would be an  absolute necessity tooner or later.  The preiident again referred lo  the onion quettion stating that on  a recent trip to the coast he saw  in some of the wholesale houses  tome Kelowna oniona which were  anything but a credit to the diatrict, and that the U.S. were tup-  plying the wholesalers with.a superior quality of oniona. Unless  better methodt of curing and grading are adopted we may lose the  sale of 150 to 200 thouaand dollars  worth of oniont which the pretent  market takes annually.  In the discussion which followed  a committee waa appointed who  would report at a future meeting  on the moit up-to-date and efficient method of handling onions.  All onion growers are invited to  attend at this meeting.  Mr. W.A. Scott introduced the  subject of road inspection. This  subject was felt to be an important  one and Mr. R. Hall waa appointed  to deal with the quettion at the  next meeting.  A hearty vote of thanks wai extended to the retiring officer! for  their work during the year.  The new officers elected were :  C. E. Weeks, pres.; D. McEachern,  vice.-preo; A, S. Patterson, sec.-  treas., and E. A- Day, A. W. Cooke  and A. L. Patterson directors.  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. G. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR at BUILDER!    .  Plant and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.9oc.CE.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Reports oa Irrigation Works  Applications for Water License*  KELOWNA. BO.  The school started on Monday  morning with the complete staff.  The work, already seriously hindered, is being retarded still further  by the number of colds lhat have  developed. On Monday there  were no fewer than fifty-four pupils  absent, nearly all with coldt. Still  it meana a gc. od deal to be moving  once again.  The more I tee of the condition  of the pupils the more I think we  thould repeat a great part of the  <vork. We can perhaps avoid Ion  of time to thote who are bright  and have had good health but I  very much fear that the larger portion of the achool will require to  repeat the term'a work. It would  be very unwise to try' to drive or  force the younger pupils and in  many cases the older pupils are  weakened by coldt to tuch an extent that they can work only with  the greateat difficulty.  If we are compel! >d to take in a  new Receiving claai thit term matter! will be made much worae; for  in that caae another room would  be required. Thii would necessitate a re-organization and all that  that means. However, if the parents of those little children that attain ichool age between now and  the end of June would not tend  them till Augutt, we could avoid a  great deal of trouble and leave the  children with their present teachera.  It teemt to me the height of folly  to attempt to make up two montht  at the expenae ofthe pupils' health.  Of courae we mutt try to make up  the loat in the Entrance claaaes as  far as possible. But aa far at 1 can  aee now there will be a good many  more failure! in these classes than  ordinarily no matter what ii done.  The chairman of the School  Board, Mr. Biggar, and the chairman of the Management committee, Mr. Trench, visited the tchool  latt week.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  x  KELOWNA.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER   l  Lift, Accident, Sickness, Fira, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity  Guarantee  Specialising in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones ��17 and 816  jycu�� yoChthiT��t>f tMT  SIGN INVISIBLE  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 years' experience in the Auctioneering business.  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implement* and Household  Furniture; and thii experience ia  at your disposal. It meant better  reau!u from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should aee  or write-  G. H. KERR1  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 19) Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLF.NMORF.  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie  Block, "ia acting  at  agent  in  Kelowna, and will make al  arrangement! for conducting of tales  Phon* 217  The IDEAL  RANGE  Far Coal or Wood  hay on Full Good Baker  All our Ranges have Polished  Steal Tops  COME IN AND SEE OUR  RANGES <a HEATERS  Ws can taks your old one In part pasmsnt  StockweU's Limited  The   ..  Fish Market  All kinds of Fresh Fish  in season-Salmon, Halibut, Herrings, Codfish,  Smelt, &c. Crabs, Oysters and Shell Fish.  Nearly opposite  the Wharf   ?u**u3  Such Women Just  Have to "Give Up"  "Man may work from sun to sun, but woman's  work is never done." That's why women are  overworked, nervous, all run down, no appetite,  and can "hardly drag around." Vinol creates a  hearty appetite, strengthens the digestive, organs,  induces sound sleep, invigorates the nerves, and in  this natural manner creates working strength.  Nsuraaaaattt Piar, RX  "I wat all run-down, back ached,  and tired all tht time. I keep house  for my husband and four children and  could hardly keen around. Finally I  triad Vinol and It .hu restored my  health and helped me wonderfully, to  I recommend It to others who are in  thit condition." Mn.HinnahRaadall.  ���Tor aU rnn-401  feeble oil  Jacksonville, III  "I keep houto for my little family,  but got into a weak, nervous, rundown condition, tired all the time and  no ambition. Hy doctor told ma to  try Vinol, and in a week I felt Ilka s  new person. I am now ttrong again,  look after my baby, and do all my  housework."���Mrs. G. H. Lamson.  - conditions, weak woman, overworked man,  people and delleate ehUdren, there ta no remedy Ilka Vinol.  YinO'l Creates Strength  P. B. WILLITS & CO.,  KELOWNA  The CHEVROLET  The light, reliable car, fully equipped, electric starter  and lights, economical to operate (will average  up to 30 miles per gallon of gasolene),  easy to start, easy to drive.  THE  CAR BEST SUITED   FOR THIS   COUNTRY  Model 490. 27 h.P   $1,085  Model FA, 37 h.P.  $1,585  F.O.B. KELOWNA  M. A. ALSGARD  Chevrolet Agent  Kelo  ,B.C.  WM.  HAUG  Masons' Supplies  -   HARD AND SOFT CQAL  Phone No. 66  Removal Notice  '   I beg to announce to the motorists  of the district that with a view to  increasing my accommodation for  their'convenience  THE OIL SHOP  HAS BEEN  REMOVED  TO   THE  Prisoners of War Tea Rooms  Corner Pendozi Street and Lawrence Avenue  GASOLINE LUBRICATING  OILS GREASES  GOODYEAR TIRES      ACCESSORIES     TUBES  of all descriptions carried in atock  COAL   OIL  VULCANISING  Printed Butter Wrappers  Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run," can be obtained  at this office at the following prices:  100, $1.50: 200, $2: 500,$3.I5:   1000, $430  The Kelowna Record Phone 94  tarn hursday, January 16,1919  KfiLOWHA tBCOsS  PAGBTHBB*  THIS WEEK OUR  WHITE SALE  COMMENCES  EXCEPTIONAL VALUES are being offered this  week in all kinds of White Goods. Make  selection now at these remarkable prices:  Dorset Covers     Special at 1.50  in many stylet. Some come  with yokes of fine lace and  others trimmed with em-  broidery.25c.50c, 75c, 95c  Night Dresses  Made in good quality nain-  took and mutlin.  Special price, 95c  Other prices $1.50 & $2.95  Nainsook Combinations of  extraordinary value. Reg.  prices up to $2.75,  To clear $1.50  cm  rens  Drawers  Naintook & Mualin  Drawers,  At 50c, 65c, 75c, 95c  Coats  reduced  Cream corduroy Bear and  Curl Cloth Coatt for children, I to 6 yeart.  $1.95. $2.50. $4.75, $6.75  HATS at SPECIAL PRICES  Remarkable reductions are being shown tn our millinery  dept.   Two special prices this week are   95c and $1.95  Also a few Children's Hats and odd lines of Velveteen  Hats at 25c each.  Embroideries at Sale  Prices  Spatial at 35c yd. All  over and Corset  cover Embroideries  Special at $1.25 yd.  Wide flouncing embroidery   of    fine  Swi��s manufacture,  27-in.wide$1.25yd  Spscial st 55c yd. A large  selection of Flouncing Embroidery.  Wide Embroidenes of fine  Lawn and Muslin in nest  designs  35c yard  Embroideries & Insertions  Many designs of Embroideries and Insertions are  here   at  this   remarkable  price 2 yds. for 25c  PONGEE SILK, $ I yard  A fine weave Pongee Silk, which cones 36-ins. wide, in  exceptional value.      Reg. $ 1.25  95e yard  Exceptional values in prints of dark and light colours  at  25c yard  Also Ginghams, Nurse Cloths, Galateas, Piques and  Chambrays, at very special prices.  (Make these up now  whihvthe dark evenings are here.)  THE SPRING PICTORIAL REVIEW FASHION BOOK  NOW ON SALE  &C**<*t��~  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Church of England service will  be held next Sunday afternoon at  3   o'clock   at -the East  Kelowna  schoolhouse.  A firemant' dance will be given  by the Kelowna Volunteer Fire  Brigade, on Friday, March 7th.  Keep this date open. Now that  hostilities are over the firemen  hope to recommence their annual  fball.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist Church the Rev. W Arnold  Bennett will preach on "The Peace  of God, no man-made thing." At  the evening service his topic will  be "The Reason in Divine Love."  The Breaking of Bread will be observed after the evening service.  YY OOdCaTiS.it  I Premises on Lawrence Av. \  Manufacturing Co.  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Ettimatet Furnished .  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or sold on committion.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  ���  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  -  During the month the following  articles were sent to the provincial  headquarters: 36thirtt,42 pyjama  suits, 12 personal property bags,  86 paira of aockt, 2 paira of bed  socks, IS towela, 28handkerchiefa,  1 pair of mitta.  The following articles were received   from   Okanagan   Mission  during the month: 12 pyjama suits,  2 pair of bed aockt, 7 paira of socks,  12 personal property bags.  Benvoulin tent in 4 pah a of tockt,  16 handkerchiefa. The Girlt Red  Crott tent in 18 towelt and 12  handkerchiefa.  The following contributions are  gratefully acknowledged: Mrt. H.  Williams, I pair aockt; Mra. J. W.  Jones, I pair socks; Mist Nellie  Jones, I pair socks; Mrs. Bagley,  I pair mitts.  Cash contributions were as follows : Mrt. E. Langille $5, Mra. G.  Rowcliffe $6, J. Ball $1, Mrt. Gad  del $4, a friend $3,50, together  with a balance from November of  $266.85. making a total of $286.35.  The expenteae for December were  $81.40, leaving a balance in hand  of $20495.  Rutland News  Iftttm I  ��� own cerrssnonrlsntl.  Ralph Campbell is home from  Brookmere on a short holiday.  Mrs. Fred Carpenter ia visiting  her mother, Mrt. Elliott.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Petch and  family left yesterday for the coast,  Mr. Petch hsving lately told hit  ranch here.  Mr. Clarence Duncan returned  Monday from Calgary, where he  had been attending the funeral of  his sister, Mrs. John Woolsey.  The Rutland Local U.F.B.C.  have decided to hold their meet,  ings twice a month during the  winter. The next meeting will be  held* in the tchool on Monday,  January 20th, at 7.30. when the  officers will be elected for 1919.  Change in Kettle  Valley Schedule  Some changet in the Kettle Valley  train tervice at Penticton are to be  made next Monday, which Kelowna travellers should note. The  west-bound train will leave for  Vancouver at 3.10 a.m. on Wed  netdayi, Fridays and Sundays, in  stesd of 6.40 p.m. It will thut be  necessary to go down to Penticton  the previous day to cstch this connection. The same sppliesto passengers for the east-bound which  will leave at 1.35 a.m., Mondays,  Wednetdsys snd Fridsys.  School Inspector  Anstey it   a  visitor in town thit week.  #   ..  Mr. J. W. Jones returned Monday from a vitit to the coatt.  Mr. J. Linton, of the Kelowna  Growera waa a passenger to Vernon  Wednesday.  An important meeting of the  G.W.V.A. it 'called for Saturday  night next at the club rsJbm. A  good attendance it expected.  Bear in mind the hospital shower to be held at the hospital next  Thursday.  Prov. constable Graham left on  a vitit to New Westminster yesterday.  The mild toft weather which hat  been experienced during the past  few days, haa been very pleasant  for the many visitors who are attending the varioua meetings in  Kelown* thia week. A little more  snow to make aleighing good would  be welcomed, however, by thoae  who have hauling and logging.  Nurse Edgell, who it leaving  shortly for a few months holiday  in California, was entertained last  week at the home of Mrs. F. E  Small, When the wat the recipient  of a presentation from the choir of  St. Michael'a Church.  Mr. and Mra. A. H. J. Carruthers  left Tuesday on a visit to London  Eng. Mr. Carruthers, who came  from Hong Kong, hat been in Kelowna for tome montht on a vitit  to hit brother, E. M. Carruthera,  The Rev. W. Arnold Bennett left  on Monday'a boat for Penticton,  where he will astitt in tpecial revival aervicet to be held in the  Baptist church there. Mr. Bennett  will return at the end of the week  for duty on Sunday.  A timely sermon wat preached  by the Rev. E. D. Braden laat Sunday evening, hit tubject being,  "Roosevelt���the man and hia met-  sage. .    i  Latt week at Knox church the  marriage took place of Arthur  Henry Povah to Mitt Mabel White  both late of Winnipeg but .who  have been reaiding in Kelowna for  a ahort "time. The ceremony was  performed by the Rev. E. D, Bra.  deq. After a honeymoon apent al  Penticton the couple will reaidr  across the lake.  The Wolf Cubs are holding their  semi-annual bun feed and presentation of stars and badges to-mor.  row night (Friday). Any weird  aoundt or strange noises that may  float on the air during the perform,  ance may at once be attributed by  the neighbours to the event stated,  No concern need be felt for scout  or cub masters as their training  gives them immunity from auch  after-supper effects I  We have been asked by Mr. T.  Morrison, of the Oak Hall Clothing  Co., to draw attention to a couple  of errors which he overlooked in  his two-page ad. appearing in laat  issue and in the bills around town  Men'a Suits at $24.75 should read  "Reg. price $35," not $30; and  lower down, Men's Heavy Wool  Socka at 75c pair should read:  "Three pairs for $1.50." not $ I  The ssle commences on Saturday.  Mr. F. J. Dawson, from the de  partment of soldiers' vocational  training and civil re-establishment  of B.C., was in town this week in  the course of a trip through the  valley. Mr. Dawson states that the  department has already placed  some 400 disabled men in the way  of training for a career more suited  to their dissbled condition. Tbe  choice of training includes some  70 different vocations. Any disabled soldier may take advantage  of thia work by applying to the  department at Vancouver, or in the  case of local men by communicating with Dr. Knox who it the medi  cal representative here.  Men's Work  Shoes ��� $5.50  Sensible, ttrong,  solid leather,  in  Black or Brown.  THIS IS MY SALE PRICE  Sal* starts January 2nd, tad cloaaa  December 31st���twelve montht of  toek bottom pricea, which cannot  bra equalled in town. Make com-  parisone with tha plainlr-written  priea cards in my window.  DARK, the Shoeman  Quick Repairs, Good Work  Opposite Royal Bank  W.G.SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Prompt and personal attention paid to  jobbing work   '  A  TRIAL SOLICITED  Phonos: Business I64| Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  We May Now Expect  Some real Cold Weather  Sleighs in 2A-inch and 3:inch  Light Bobs Jumpers Cutters  Robes Woollen Rugs  Auto Rugs Horse Blankets  Also large assortment of Bella, Trunks, Suit Cases  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street AGENTS Phone 150  The KELOWNA THEATRE  TO-NIGHT���A  First   National  attraction���"Alimony", the tie  that bums. Adults 35c; children 15c.  Saturday���"More Truth  than  Poetry," with superb  Madame  Petrova.  Tuesday���" The Lion's Clawa," chapter 15 ; Comedy; Screen  Magazine.  COMING-"The Sign Invitible."  Evening, 7.30 ft 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  Gourlay Pianos  Made for Canadians by Canadians  and sold on easy terms  Ten different styles to choose from at pricea to auit everyone  The Gourlay-Arigelus Player-Piano  Produces Piano Music which positively cannot be  distinguished from that of an accomplished pianist  WHITE SEWING  MACHINES.      TERMS TO SUIT  P.O. Box 116 J AMES     INCUS'      Phone II6  Water Street  FURNITURE HOSPITAL!  Upholstering, Polishing  and Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have your furniture overhauled,  recovered and repaired.   Automobile and  Buggy  Seats re-upholstered equal to new.  Mattresses Remade Pianos Repolished  A HOMEWOOD  (Late with Kalowna Furniture Co.)  is securing premises in town and it open  to take  orders for the above.   Workmanship of the very best.  PRICES REASONABLE  Leave orders at store on Lawrence Ave, beneath dance hall PAGE FOBS  I    ���,  >   --I  KfilSwSA 4��e��3SB  Thursday, January 16, l9l��  Athletic Club Holds  Annual Meeting  A meeting of the Kelowna Amateur Athletic Club took place Jan.  9th in the Board of Trade roomt.  The mott important item wat the  election of officers for 1919. Mr.  L. V. Rogert waa re-elected Pretident, Mr. E. C. Weddell. Vice-Pra-  tident; N. E. DeHart, aecretary.  Mr. Chat. Shayler -wat elected  Treaaurer in place of L. J. Kelly,  who hat left town.  An executive of Mr. G. A. Meikle for base-ball, H. G. M. Wilson  for aquatic sports, Mr. J. J. Daviet  football and Mr. F. Small for lacrosse wat appointed. T. Treadgold was appointed trainer for  bate-ball; G N. Kennedy, lacrosse  and Albert Raymer, hockey.  The club haa had a very successful year, both financially and in the  tporta. They have a cath balance  in the bank of $104. Citizent will  thia year, at latt, be atked to become members at the rate of fl  a year. The club expects thia year  to have a large membership. The  boya coming home from overseas  are all ttrong for athletict, and  Kelowna ahould have tome good  tporta.  It waa decided by vote that the  athletic club revive the tkating rink,  and a committee waa appointed  to look after thia, and expect to  have the rink ready in a week't  time. The executive committee it  alto charged with the duty of making arrangementa for a club room.  It wat alao decided that a dance  be held on Thun. Jan. 30.  ( WANTED! )  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, Coal-oil Heater and Belle Oak  Heater. Apply Mra. Boy er, Glen Avenue,  after 6 o'clock. 46tl  NOTICE  IN THE MATTER of the estate of  Christopher   Hargreaves,   formerly  Colliery   Manager,    of     Springhill  Mines, Cumberland  County,  N.S.,  and   latterly   of   Kelowna,   British  Columbia, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors or other persons having any claim or  demand against the estate  of  the above  deceased, who died at Kelowna,  B.C., on  the 6th day of September, 1918, acd  probate of  whose Last Will  and   Testament  was on the 19th day  of   November. 1916,  granted by the Supreme Court  of  British  Columbia, to Elizabeth Hargreaves, Thorn-  aa J. Hargreaves and Samuel Jones, the  Executers, are required  to  send in their  claims  to  the  undersigned, on or before  the  15th   day of  February,   1919, after  which date the estate  will  be dealt with  having  regard only to the claims and demands then received.  Any claim over $5 must be verified by  statutory declaration.  Dated the 19th day of December, 1916.  R. B. KERR,  of 7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna,  Britiah Columbia,  6-0       Solicitor for the above Executors.  NOTICE  In the matter of the Eatate of Charles  Edwards, late of Rutland, near Kelowna. B.C., Private Soldier, deceased  NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors or other persons having any claim or  demand against the estate ot the above  deceased, who was killed in action on or  about the 8th day of April, 1917, and Let-  tare of Administration tJ whose estete  were on the 10th day of September, 1918,  granted to The Royal Trust Company, are  required to send in their claims to The  Royal Trust Company, 732, Dunemuir  Street, Vancouver, B.C., the Administrator of the estate, on or before the 27th  day of January, 1919, after which date the  estate will be dealt with having regard  only to the claims and demands then re.  ceived.  Any claim over $5 must be verified by  statutory declaration.  Dated the Uth day of December, 1918.  R. B. KERR.  of 7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C.,  5-9 Solicitor for the Administrator.  The Corporation of the  City of Kelowna  TENDERS FOR FIRE BRIGADE  INSURANCE  Tenders will be received by the under  signed up to Friday, the 31 st day of January, for insuring the members of the  Kelowna Fire Brigade. The lowest or any  (under not necessarily accepted.  For further particulars apply to Mr. M,  A. Alegard, Chief, Kelowna Volunteel  Fire Brigade.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C.. City Clerk.  January 16th, 1919. 9-0  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished (tr all classes  of work  FOR SALE. Mantles for mantle oil lamps,  30c each ; Lamp Chimneys 40c each or  two for 75c. Why pay more ? Jamea  Inglis, Water Street, phone 116.        7-0  FIRST CROP HAY (or tale.  Apply Box  78, Kelowna. 9p  FOR SALE OR TRADE-160 acrea good  land in Saskatchewan. Would trade  (or land in Kelowna district or (or atock.  Apply J. Swanson, Lawson Ave.   9-2p  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED, by experienced man, management o( orchard land. Can take sole  charge.   P. Venablea. Vernon, B.C. 9-0  MISCELLANEOUS  FOUND, a Bangle.   Apply City PoUce  Office.  9_  CASH given (or Punching Ball in decent  condition.   Bait., Record Office.       x  NOTICE  Would the person who removed  tix coyote trapa from the S. E. o!  Woods Lake, M. Williams' property, return tame to avoid further  trouble.    HOUSES WANTED  WANTED TO RENT, after June lat, a  Furnished Houae, preferably with mod  ern conveniencea and garden. Apply,  stating terms, etc., to box H, Record  Office. 6p  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180 4  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal  ���Hitter  orttoa t_   _- _.,    .    _  wv ba lease* lac a teas ei ttraatv-oae vsum  I aa sairaal natal ol SI aa ana. Not  osa Uaa MOO etna wis ba lease* tt  tttSsallnt lot le* Isaaa asset ka matt b.  ht soolteent la tereoa ta tks Anat an 8ab-  tsat ol tks esstrtat la wkloVsa. rlrtvs   as-  gsat _ .-  Hsd Ine an eMaaesaV  Ease amttetlr j   ba al IS wka* aria ka fsCasaM H tha nobis  ppUad lot tn aot availabls. bat aot otksr-  U.. 1 malty ahall be eeid ao ta. ssar-  haatabie oataat al tha sstas at tka sate ol  ve eaata aat taa,  asttoas. til _  nsrt erwlisar Its  nrrlioaat  UausU.  iStttft-  Tha psisaa oisratletT  ks aasat with ssrota    ^_  a catena lasoaatt  hs tall aaaatttv ol" asrohaaiabl. aoal mined  ad nas ths rovaltv IkiilQt, ��� tht aoal  Inint riatta an not,talari aoarataS. saeh  .turns    shall   ka laraishsd st Isaat oass   a  Tka Waves win laaMa the aaal mlaisa rtehts  coasltsnt aassafart let tha wesUat    al  he arias at the sate ol SIS aa tan.  he  Sar hli saareesailist atralleaUoa ekesaat he  ���ads ta tha Sssrstaiv ol the llnsHsssal ol  ht   httfstt,, Ottawa, at  t��  B Stent   et  Our Meat is  Good -  And Prices Low  You can't make any  mistake   by   trading  with us  COME AND SEE US  Boillil Beef   18c Ih.  Pit Roast   20c It.  Heme Mate Sauugei   25c tb.  Veal, Roast Lag  29c  Veal, Roaat Loin  29c  Veal, Roaat Shoulder  25c  Veal, Stew  22c  Veal Chopa, Rib   29c  Veal Chopa, Shoulder  25c  Beef, Roaat  22c  Rump Roast    22a  Round Steak     25c  Loin Steak  ~  39c  Beef Suet   16c  Corned Pork 30c  Dry Salt Pork  38c  Pork Chop   30c  Pork Steak  29c  Pork. Roaat  30c  Side Pork  30c  Lag Pork  30c  Rah   25c  Canada Food Board License No. 221  Davy & Mills  INDEPENDENT MARKET  Ellis Street      Phone 268  (Next to Wtldren'a Grocery)  mmsmstmkwtwswtttwssmsmtmsswm  Seed Fair Attracts  Much Interest  Hard Spring Wheat (16 entries)  I, Alex. Watt.  Knutsford ;  2, G. W.  Adamson, Kamloops ; 3, J. R. Brown,  Vernon.  Soft Spring Wheat  I. W. T. Hayhurat. Armstrong ; 2. W.  T. Hayhurat, Armstrong ; 3, W. Middleton, Vernon.  Winter Wheat  I, Wm. Middleton ; 2, M. Hereron.  White Oata  I, Wm. Middleton i 2. W. Roger, ; i,  Mr. Hayhurat.  Six-rowed Barley  I. W. T. Hayhurstj D, 2. W.Strachan,  Kamloopt; 3, Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  Two-rowed Barley  1, Coldstream Ranch i 2, B. M. Richards, Vemon : 3, Kelowna Land (t  Orchard Co.  Fall Rye  1, Bankhead Orchard Co.; 2, Mn.  Cameron.  Field Peaa  I, E. Traak, Opina  Early Potatoes  2, T. G. Speer ; 3, A. Untworth, Sar.  dit.  Late Potatoea  J. M. Humphreyi, Malakwa; 2, W. E.  Smith, Revelstoke ;   3,  T.  Hayhurat,  Armstrong.  Bett  20  lba.  Potatoea, grown  by  competitor in Boya' and. Girla'  Competition  I, CW. Mizon. Malakwa; 2. M.  Mizon.  Flint Corn  I, C. E. Weeka; 2, J. M. Croft; 3. R. V.  Agur, Summerland.  Dent Corn  I, Bankhead ;   2, D. W. Strachan; 3,  0. C. Lane, Surrey.  Sweet Corn  1. W. A. Scott; 2, D. E. Gellatly ; 3,  D. W. Reid.  Seed Corn, grown  by  competitor  in Boya' and Girla, Competition  I, Robert Croft, Kelowna.  Alfalfa  I. M. Hassan, Armstrong ; 2, Casorso  Bros.  Mangels  I, W. Mclntyre, Sardia ; 2. C. C. Heaven, Grand Forka ; 3, A. G. Service,  Lulu Island.  Turnips  I, A. E. Hayhurat.  Carrots  I, D. E. Gellatly; 2. W. T. Hayhurat.  Field Beans  I. F. Royle; 2, T. B. Scott, Armstrong;  3, Mr. Hubbard, Sardia.  Broad Beana  I, Mra. Thornton, Salmon Arm ; 2,  Bankhead.  Dwa.'f Beana  I, G. A. Barrett; 2, Mra. H. C. Thornton. Salmon Arm; 3, R. L. Dalglish  and Bartholomew.  Pale Beans  I, E. Farria, Okanagan Mission.  Garden Peat  I, B.C. Nuraeriea ; 2, S. Coxworth,  Rutland; 3, S. Coxworth, Rutland.  Garden Beeta  I. N. H. Caesar, Ok. Centre; 2. Bank,  head; 3, B.C. Nurseries.  Onion Seed  I, G. B. Connor, Summerland : 2, F.  deCacquery ; 3, Bankhead.  Onion Sett  I, Sardia Seed Growera; 2, Bankhead.  Partnip Seed  I. Wm. Roger., Tappan: 2.W. T. Hay.  hurst; 3, A. G. Service.  Tomato Seed  1. Bankhead; 2, Bankhead; 3, C.  Marty.  Lettuce Seed  2, D. W. F. Reed, Salmon Arm.  Radiah Seed  .1, A. B. Wood. Kelowna ; 2, Peter  Larten, Weitbank; 3, F. A. Taylor.  Collection of Flower and  Vegeteble Seeda  I, Bankhead ; 2, C. E. Weak. ; 3,  Dorothy Adamaon, Kamloopt,  Land Settlement Board  Apportion Holdings  The Land Settlement Board have  announced that on February I Oth  they will open the firat allocation  of holdings in settlement areas No.  I and No. 2. A committee composed of three membera of the  board and four returned aoldiera,  repretenting the Army and Navy  Veterana, Comradet of the Great  War, Great War Veterans and the  Provincial Returned Soldiers" Commission, will make the allotments  ind applicationa fiom returned  loldiers potetting an honorable  ditcharge are to have the firat  preference.  There are about ninety-five parcels in the firat offering ranging  in tize from 18 acret to 320 acret,  and in price from $3 to $15.40 an  acre. The average run of the offer,  ingt it 160 acrea at $6 to $7 an  acre.  The applicationa under the  board have to furniah information  about their nationality, tize of their  families, previous farming experien?  and military aervice, if any. Owing  to there being snow on mott of the  allotments at present, returned soldiers receiving allotments are to  have the privilege of exchanging  their land or having their monev  refunded up till April I. 1919.  ICE!  Farmers book your orders  early and save disappointment. Ordert will be filled  in rotation. Price $2 per load  of IJ tont loaded at pond.  Set our EXHIBIT of SEED  ���t tho Se#d Fair next week and  book your orders.  Don't miaa the Convention  and Banquet  BANKHEAD ORCHARD  COMPANY. LTD.  Phona 6  We will send  this new EDISONi  DIAMOND- AMBEROLA  and a  selection (rom our 4,000 unwearable  Blue   Amberol   Records   to   your  home lor Five Daya' FREE TRIAL  Particular, snd Price List Free  The Hood Stationery Co.  Ediion Distributors for the Okanogan  VERNON, B.C.  Evaporator  Needs Women  Help for Trimming Vegetables  $2 per day  GUARANTEED  and 10 cents per box  over twenty boxes  v.  Bicycle Repairs  Also repaira to Baby Carriages.  Gramaphonea,  and    Electrical  Appliances of all kinds.  We have a Very Complete Equipment  (or general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  for Brass, Aluminum, Cast Iron  and Steel. Save broken castings  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  Agent for "Massey"' Bicycles  Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  Phone 347  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commiation  Merchant *  (Successor to ]. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Watch Our  Wind  ows  thi  is wee  k  f.  or  Attractive  Saturd  ay  Spepial  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Goodt phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hourt:  Morning-9.20 anrl 11        Afternoon-3 and 5  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulation! all farmers  who sell butter either  to the ttoret or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in pro-  minentlettersthe'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The (act is alao emphasized that all butter  in such packagea mutt  be of the full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of aame a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be ao labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter pv:aini its label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter ��itthe Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  INCLUDED  100PAPER * PWNTING  200  500  1000  �����  $1.50  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  Jor the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  . Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (w hich haa gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our pricea slightly.  Nearly all this paper waa previously manufactured in Belgium, and needleat to say thit supply haa been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there it no guarantee against further increaae*. indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  i.f i    ���'��� '    -,v


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