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Array ,^K.V��oy*d  LCOBM  Mrttma  VOL XII.   NO. 24  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  leavier Loading to  Reduce Car Shortage  :.P.R. Making Efforts to Handle Fruit Transportation  The haulage capacity of ��� locomotive ii not baaed on the number  of can it can handle but on the  number of tona. By the more in-  (tensive loading of cart there will  ��� reduction in the cara to be  hauled, which meant a greater  [number of cara for distribution to  Ithe various) shippers throughout  {the country.  Two or three yeara ago the pub-  llic wat aaked to co-operate with  ithe   railways in an endeavor to  prevent car shortage bv the heavier  Goading of cart and thippirt everywhere responded to thit apecial  appeal with the result that in  the  {year  1918 the average load per  tear on the Canadian Pacific wat  126 54, the highett in the history of  {the Company, but during the patt  fyear the results have not been aa  ^satisfactory.   In 1919 the  average  [load per  car   on   the Canadian  [Pacific Railway wat 24.87 tona, a  [decrease   of   1.67   tont  per car,  I which indicate* that tome shippers  J have lott their interett in thit most  | important matter and the railway  [ ia again appealing to the public to  co-operate with it in the  heavier  loading of cart with a view of decreasing the car ahortage which  'now exitta all over the country and  which will be more aggravated in  the courte of the next few montht.  Thit thortage can be greatly reduced if you will make better ute of  car space.  "Load all cart to their full carrying or cubical capacity to that the  maximum will be obtained."  "Load freight requiring refrigeration to tafe carrying capacity for  the commodity loaded, utilizing all  tpace possible."  "Load ({eight requiting ventilat-  r ion to tafe carrying capacity ��� for  the commodity loaded, but understand that thia class of freight can  be loaded much heavier than  freight requiring refrigeration, although not alwayt to full visible  capacity."  The Canadian Pacific Railway,  realizing the importance of safe  transportation of high-class perishables tuch at fruit, vegetables, &c,  hat during the patt few yeart expended large aumt in the construction or enlarging of ice houses at  varioui terminal pointt and equipping them with up-to-date machinery to aa to enable the prompt and  Lroper icing of tuch thipments.  ikewiae it hat purchased during  the past three yeart 5,000 charcoal  heater* in order to adequately protect tuch thipments requiring heating during the cold weather.  It has built over 1,000 new refrigerator can and hat under con-  - ttruction at the pretent time 500  additional refrigerator can. In the  construction of these cara special  attention haa been given with a  view of making the brine tank refrigerator car efficient for shipment  of fruit and vegetable*. In this  connection the Dominion government in a bulletin issued tome time  ago made the following remark :-  "The Canadian Pacific Railway  hat been making progress in build-  Benvoulin Notes  The regular meeting of the  Rutland United Farmera will be  held in the tchool on Monday,  May 3rd at 8 o'clock.  Mr. Murray McBain for many  yeart with the "Free Press" of  ot Winnipeg, spent the week-end  with Mr, and Mrt. J. B. Fisher.  Mr. George Day arrived home  on Wedneaday latt from Vancouver, where he hai been attending  the University.  Mr. B. Hall returned home on  Sunday from the hospital where he  hat been tome few weeki.  Mrt. DeMara and Mrt. Fyoie  left on Thuriday'��� boat to spend  a few days in Vernon.  Min M. Chamberlain hat been  ���pending a day or to visiting Mitt  D. Day. ��  The regular meeting of the Benvoulin United Farm Women wat  held at Mrt. B. McClure't on Thursday afternoon,  Mr. Chamberlain and hia ton  Horace motored to Penticton on  Thuriday latt, returning the tame  day.  Mothers' Day will be observed  in Bethel Presbyterian. Church on  May 9th. A special program it  being arranged.  The regular meeting of the Kel  pwna local U.F.B.C. it to be held  at Million Creek school house on  Tueiday evening next May 4th. A  good attendance ia requetted at it  ii to be decided at thii meeting if  the meetinga are to be continued  during the summer.  W. T. Montgomery and family  were arrivals from Cnmroie, Saak.,  Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Atack and  family of Mootejaw, were vititort  in town last week-end.  W. B. Lanigan, wettem freight  traffic manager of the C.P.R., aaya  that the railwayi in the United Statet  have 17,000 more Canadian can  than the Canadian railways have  American can. The difficulty in  gettingthese cars returned frequently cauiet a ahortage of cart on thit  ���ide of the line. Mr. Lannigan  predicts an increate in freight ratea  to covet increaaed operating costs  on all Canadian railroads, and that  application will be made to the  Board of Railway Commissioners  probably about July on behalf of  all the roada.  ing improved refrigerator cart of  the brine tank type, the moat notable improvement being in the  permanently railed floor racks that  ate slatted and allow a 5-inch apace  beneath the load to allow cold air  to circulate from the ends towardt  the centre of the car. Iheae cart  alio have venti in the tanks ao that  thipment may be aent under ventilation when io desired."  Experiment! carried on by the  railway company have demonstrated that thit it the mott detirable  car for the transportation of all  high-class perishable commodities  and in the construction of the 500  car* now being built special attention is now being given to ventilation features.  f At UM Empress, Monday and Tuesday of next weak  Successful Production  of Th HIM"  Re-Organized Theatrical Society's Firat Production  The Kelowna Theatrical Society  are to be congratulated on their  successful performancea Monday  and Tueiday eveninga of "The  Mikado." The theatre waa crowded both eveningi and the whole  affair went off with very creditable  smoothness. Time-honoured, not  to iay hackneyed, aa thit old Gilbert & Sullivan favourite it, it alwayt comet up with surprising  freshness, itt: quaint mutic and  humorous situations never failing  to delight an audience. The piece,  waa well ttaged thanka lo the magnificent scenery formerly executed  hy the late E. McKie, at one time  a rancher on thelK.L.O. bench and  an experienced tcene painter.  The cast and orchestra had undergone a careful course of training  at the hands of Mr. Drury, Price  mutical directot, and Mr. G. C.  Benmore ttage manager, and acquitted themselves well, though  perhapa lacking in the action and  freedom which will come with  longer practice, moit of the per.  formert being new to stage work.  Of ftthe principal*, Mr. A. F.  Gravel took Nanki-Poo, his fine  voice thowing well in hia varioui  songi. Ko-Ko waa well handled  by Mr. A. H. Shaw, earning well  merited appl-use, especially for  hit rendering of "Willow, Tit Wil-  low," which wat exceeding good  Mr. Benmore wat, of courie, per-  fectly at home in hia old part of  Poo-Bah, ably aupported by Mr.  H. S. Atkinson at Pith Tuth, while  Mr. Mantle made a dignified and  stately Mikado* The three sisters,  Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing and Peep-Po  were well played by Mrt. Cameron  Min Dorothy Leckie and Min  Bell, who all tang delightfully. As  Katiaha. Mrt. Braden wat a great  success, handling thi* difficult part  well.  The rest of the eaat consisted of  Mines Dorothy Scott, L Edgell,  Evelyn Green, M, E. Green, Ethel-  wyn Jones, Marie Atkinaon, G  Potton, Ethel Auitin, Mesdames  G, Benmore, Emma Blair, S. Whiffin, C. R. England, A. M.Hayes,  fcl���ie Buck, Maitie Jones, Ella  ldwin, Lucy Atkinson. Messrs.  P. Hajet, F. Foot, H. J. Johnaton,  P. T. Dunn, A. C. Poole, H. F.  Hickt, D. McFarlane, R. E. Seeley,  J. Kirk, W. Shugg, A. V. Suttees, C.  Gowen, P. Holes, J. M. Croft.  The orchestra consisted of first  violin Mn. Hewetton, Mrt. Rutherford; Mr. W. H. H. McDougall ���  2nd violin : F. Gore, D. W. Crowley ; viola: W. Murray; cello : C.  Quinn, S. H. Old; bait: T. N.  Morriton; Cornet: F. V. Coxon ;  French horn: W. Pettigtew; tym-  pani aad trapt: B. Treadgold. Mrt.  F. Foot acted at pianist.  Today the company-ia repeating  the performance in Vernon.  G.W.V.A. Notes  The next regular meeting of the  G.W.V.A. will be held on Wed-  neiday, May 5th. The Wedneaday  meetingi are being held to enable  our members employed on Saturday nights to attend, but if the attendance does not improve the  meetings will again be held on  Saturday nights. There will be a  smoking concert every Saturday at  8.30 p.m. until further notice and  members are invited to bring  frienda.  The Women't Auxiliary are  holding a sale of home cooking  and an exhibition of war trophies  on Saturday, May 15th at the club  at 3 p.m. There will be music  and afternoon tea, and a large collection of war trophies in the  billiard room.  Th* cribbage match on Saturday  last was won by the Sons of England, but the G.W.V.A. won the  whist match. A return match will  be played at the club on Thursday  May 6th.  LeGRAND-On Friday. April 23.  to the wife of Mr. W. LeGrand,  a ion.  MELDRUM-On Tueiday. April  20th, to the wife of Mr. George  Meldrum, Spring Grove Ranch,  a daughter.  Telephone Company  Planning Extensions  Increasing Business Demands  Greater Facilities  The Okanagan Telephone Co.  ia planning to make aome very  considerable extensions in the Kelowna diitrict thii ipring which will  involve an outlay of over $7,000.  For tome yean patt the natural  expansion of the system haa been  held back by the. war and general  unsettled conditions and the scarcity of the necessary equipment  and materialt. Though this situation haa only been partially reliev.  ed, the rapid growth ot (buiinest  hat rendered any further postponement of these improvement* impossible. The demand |for telephone service both in the city and  country districts hai become very  great, and the management hat  begun to realise that tome effort  must be made to meet it.  Several new circuit! are to be  run serving the districts of Glenmore, Rutland, East Kelowna, Ok.  Minion and Westbank. Applicationa are already in for over 125  new phones at thete pointt and  the work it to be pushed forward  as rapidly at possible. Early next  week a construction gang will com  mence operations and material has  been coming in for tome time.  Thii demand for increaae of service it not confined to the Kelowna  diitrict although perhapt more ur  gent here than elsewhere, and the  company is faced with the necessity of immediate expansion  throughout the whole vallev.  It ii for thii reason that a campaign hai been in progress lately  with the object of obtaining fresh  capital to meet thii heavy outlay.  Fatal Riding Accident  While riding home from tchool  Monday afternoon, Peter Taylor,  the ten year old ton of Mr, L. E.  Taylor met with a distressing  accident which resulted in his death  a few hours later in the hospital.  No one knowi exactly what did  happen but apparently from the  ttumbling or shying of hit hone  he had fallen from the saddle,  inflicting fatal injuries to hit head.  The greatett tympathy is felt for  the . parenti and family in their  terrible lots.  The funeral took place the foi  lowing day, service being held at  St. Michael't Church.  Tartan of the Apes  Darwin wai tight, all tight. But  he never graded the degree! of  deicent. Edgar Rice Burroughi  made tome attempt at grading in  hia "Tarzan of the Apes," which  will rppear in motion picture form  at the Empress Theatre on Monday  and Tueaday next.  Tarzan, at readen of the story  will remember, it the ton of Lord  Greyitoke, who went to Africa on  a secret miltion for the British  Government. Africa in 1897 wai  torn by European ravithert, atroc-  itiea in the Belgian Congo, Jameson's raid on the Boers ; slave  trading, with its concomitant brutalities by the Arabi.  The sailors mutiny, slay their  brutal officera in fair fight and  then maroon Lord Greyitoke and  hia wife. A boy it born in the  jungle; the mother diet and the  baby ia carried off by a mother ape,  who hat just lost her young. The  film trace! the growth of the boy���  half ape, half human���till hii twentieth year.  A counter melody ii being played in England, where Lord Grey-  ���toke'i brother assumes the title  after having married a barmaid.  Their child ia a petted brat. New*  is brought to them by a sailor, Binns,  that the heir to the Greyitoke estate  ia alive in Africa. The barmaid  aristocrat haa Binni incarcerated as  a lunatic for ten yean, but a vengeful maid servant finally help* him  escape. He telle hit story to a  scientist, a fingerprint expert, and  the Greyitoke solicitor, with the  result that a party ia made up to  Canadian National May Not  Use C. P. I Tracks  A rumor hai been gaining  strength in the city during the past  tew dayt, tayt the Kamloopt Sentinel, that the Canadian National  Railwayi will not operate over the  C.P.R. tracks for the first twelve  milet at originally intended.  Officials refuse to make a itate  ment in the matter, but it ii understood that the cost of the operation  of to ahort a tection over the line  of another road would be prohibitive. Negotiations with the Canadian Pacific have been abandoned,  it ia laid. At any rate the Canadian National engineert have begun  a reviaion of the former location  line from Kamloopt to Ducks.  Following the survey, which will  be completed before the end of the  month, construction work will begin on thit tecticn.  Fencing of the branch line right-  of-way wat begun at Grande  Prairie latt week, and it ia hoped  that track laying will begin in  July.  From Ducks to the Okanagan  about ninety per cent, of the line  ii graded. Full crewa are still at  work, but the grade will not be  finished until mid-tummer, aa the  remaining tectiont are all in very  heavy work.  High School Notes  Hazel had a little car,  Which didn't run by gasolene,  And everywhere that Hazel went  Twaa neatly always aeen.  Hazel went to Glenmore,  'Twaa on a Thursday night;  She took away "hit" flivver,  And there wasn't any light.  ���By a budding poet.  The Literary Society held its laat  regular meeting on Saturday evening at >he home of Ralph Bail. An  excellent programme wat rendered  including aeveral piano solos and  tome very interetting reading!. It  is hoped that the society will be a  atill gteatet success next year. We  may thank our pretident for the  success it ha* met with thi* term,  for her labour* have been untiring.  Next year we hope to have a club  room for out1 own use, and, if the  member* will keep their eyei open  for a piany to rent, we will certainly have one.  ���     ���  A tennis net hat been ordered  for the school and will arrive thit  week. It if only a five-dollar net  but it ahould serve us well enough.  There are aome good players in  the achool and we should have  some splendid tournament!.  Mn. Emmaline Pankhunt, of  suffragette fame, ii to speak in Penticton next month.  Mav 2nd hai been officially proclaimed by the LTeut.-Governor as  "Go to Sunday-school Day."  Mr. and Mn. Lionel Tavlor desire to express their heartfelt  appreciation for the many acta of  kindness and aympathy thewn to  them in their loss.  Alton Villa won the English  Football Firat Division Cup last  week at the Stamford ground by  I goal to nil, which was scored in  extension-of-time-play by Kirton.  Huddenfield were the runnen up.  Ptince Henry presented the medalt  alter the game in the pretence of  over 50,000 tpeetatora.  Okanagan pointt served by the  Government Telegraph Setvice are  loon to have direct telegraph connection with the eatt and the coast.  Thit it to be effected by linking up  the government valley system with  G.N.W. telegraph system at Kamloops. Thia latter uystem is now  the property of the Dominion government, having been taken over  with the CN.R.  seek   out  Tarzan   in  hii  jungle  home.  Some of the finest bit* of action  ever portrayed on the screen are  found in "Tarzan." The fight between aailora and officer* aboard  the vessel ie an exciting bit of  action. Tarzan't struggle -with a  lion, at well aa hit fight with a  native, negro are excellent pictures  of actions  New Sports Ground  Ready io Fall  Deputation Seek Aid from  Council (or Local Sports  With a request that the council  take immediate ateps to make the  new sports ground in the park  available for uae thi* season, a request backed by a petition containing 240 names, a deputation  consisting of Messrs. J. Gordon and  E. W. Wilkinson representing a  committee in charge of the organization of the 24th May sports,  waited on the council Monday  evening. The erection of a grand  stand wat alio detired, the committee offering to supply the labor  if the council would furnish the  lumber. Mr. Gordon alio urged  the provision of thower baths aa  an encouragement to playen to  practice more frequently.  Aid. Knowlet explained that the  grass seed whieh had been sown  on the new ground wa* just coming up and if the gtoundt wete  uaed now all the money spent in  seeding would be lott. It might be  in thape for use by fall.  The Mayor while thanking the  deputation for their attendance and  interett in local aporti, pointed  out that the estimates for the current year had been passed and it  waa impossible to vote any additional fund* for improvement* to  sports ground. He suggested, however, that it might be possible within the limited expenditure for park  purposes to transfer the appropriation for other work to the purpose of making the desired improvements. He alked Mr. Gordon  to arrange for a joint meeting of  hi* committee with the full board  of park commissioners when tuch  details could be discussed.  I. McRae, on behalf of the Fire  Brigade, asked for permission to  close a portion of Abbott street to  traffic on May 24<h to enable the  firemen to hold their competitive  tests.   Thii request waa granted.  The chief engineer waited on  the council in reference to certain  recommendationi of the Board of  Mainland Fire Underwriter!.  A petition from Public Workt  employee! for an increate in pay  from $4 to $4.50 per day of nine  houra wai referred to the committee  with power to act.  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  I.O.DjE., wrote atating that Mra.  Cunningham and Mia. Pitt had  been appointed a relief committee  to look after caae* which came  before the Chapter. The council  expressed their readiness to cooperate with such wotk.  A number of additional application* were received for loan*  under the Housing Act. The total  in hand to date amount! to over  $35,000 *o that until a further allotment can be obtained from the  provincial government the laat two  application* would have to be held  over. Application* were accepted  -from J. J. Atherton, W. A Fuller,  Mary H. P. Lupton, H. G. Marshall  Alex McDonald, F. M. Neill, H. G.  Pratt, Florence E. Band*, Bernard  H. Raymer and Dr. Wright.  Mayor Sutherland had aome announcement* to make in reference  to the city'* lilting* of tax (ale pro-  petty for sale. Four offer* had  been received fot the property  known ai the Mannion Block,  which had now been repurchased  by the original owner. Two offer*  had been received for another lot  which had been sold to Mr Jack-  ion the firat applicant. Off era had  been received (ot five other par-  cell, four of which were conditional upon {their application! under  the Better Houiing Act being approved.  Aid. Meikle mentioned that the  Board of Works had under consideration a new source of supply  of rock for street purposes and  would submit recommendationi at  the next meeting.  The Rev. Isaac Page, formerly a  missionary in China and who waa  ordained last week to the Baptiit  ministry, it to take charge of the  church at Summerland.  DEATH  TAYLOR- Died at Kalowna. 25th April.  Peter Warren Brodeiiek Taylor, aged  9 years, II months, youageirt son ol  Lionel and Hilda Taylor, aa the result of  a riding accident iAGB TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, April 29,1920  COMMUNITY PLATE  PATRICIAN PATTERN  mm  Set   your   table with "Patrician"  Community.  It is plain yet moat artistic.  We Mini- have in stock the Patrician Knives in stainless steel.  Standard Prices.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler and Optometrist    Kelowna  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  to  the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy  Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002 P.O. Ilox4l8  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.     P.O. Box 351  SHOE SHINE  AT YOUK SERVICE  CLUB   BARBER   SHOP  KELOltfNH RECORD  Publish**!  ovary Thursday at Kelnwtm,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  F/ditor and Proprietor  ADVERTISING  BATES  LOIXUC   NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC.,   .ft   oenti  inn   n-luthn  inch out  wmi.  LAND  AND TIMBER  NOTICBS-80 dars, infill   tl.ivt  (7.  ft'ATKIt  NOTICE-S-tB lor llva  .assrt.cj.ia  m:<:AI.   AIIVERTIKINQ-Ftrst    .assrt.on.    12  ������fMN  iwr  line.  ��ii\i'h  ���abaaaatnt  in----rti.it.    *  "<'tiU   intr   line.  HHPUT AIWEHTISRMINTB - Two .iichiw  nml under. SO enU mr loch lint iBMftlon  nvsr two innhm 40 eenU twr inoh iin-t Id-  ���"���i*tion: 20 rr.nl* mr Inrh tjaoh ���ubwaueat  I finer tion.  IIMB81FUCD ADVi'lU'IlSEMKNTH -2 esnts  Par wen! first InMTtlOB. 1 ne.nl Mr word  '���tuli   ���tibtiegueiit iiuwrtlun.  All  iiimiU��H in  iLruct      i,,:i I'm. .ruts mnit  nt  in the bands of ths printer   b.v   T-iaada-r  r-v.'tiinir   in   ���mi.iutt.    Dnblltmtlon   ta    tb*   Mtt  Rutland News  (From our own rr r rwtnrtsitll.  Reports have been received from  Rochester, Min , thai Ivl.ss Verira  IJ.ilgir'iKii li.,a undergone au.ictess-  lul operation and is doing well.  1 lie Rutiand Athletic Club aie  lo hold thr-ir tnucli-poatponed concert on Friday, May I4lli. 1 lie  wliole programme haa been te-  atranged and will include ��oine  excellent it'ins. As lhe proceeds  aie lo be used for the purchase of  b.rseba 1 equipment it is hoped  ilir-ie will be a large attendance.  The first football game of lhe  season held last Thuraday afternoon  wuh .the Kelowna learn on ihe  school grounds ended, disastrously  tor Ruiland, our boys being defeat  ed by 5 to 0. It is perhaps only  fair to mention that -they were  handicapped by having nearly  half lhe regular Icani away, and  hy the fact that the wind was  againsl ihr-m bolh halves, unlorlu- -  ately changing round suddenlv  about half time. Nevertheless they  are mil discouraged and Bre prac  tlcing steadily two or ihiee nights  a week A redeeming feature ol  the game was lhat a new goal  keeper was discovered in W.  Quigley, and he lias promised to  remain permanently on the forte.  A return match is being arranged  for next Thursday afternoon, May  6th, in the park at Kelowna.  A very pleasant and enjoyable  evening was spent at the home ol  Mrs. W. McDonald on Thursday,  ihe 22ud. Ihe occasion was the  celebration ol the 50th anniversary  ol the marriage o( their parents,  Mr. and Mrs Hodder. lhe commodious rooms were packed to  iheir capacity by the many frienda  and neighbors who wished to show  tneir respect and lov�� to Mr. and  Mrs. Hodder. 1 he guests were  seated to a table stocked with a  bountiful repast becoming such an  occasion. ln the' centre was a  candelabrum ol filly lights,' lepres-  eniing the number ol years ol  married life. After the repast, Mrs.  Hinley in a few well chosen words  presented the happy couple, on  behalf of iheir Iriends, wilh a  beautiful silver casserole. Mr.  H .elder made a suitable reply on  behall of himself and Mrs Hodde.-.  After i-upper lhe tables were removed and the guests spent the  evening singing old songs and re-  cajling the old times in good old  O itario. Miss Bruce gave a  rendering on lhe violin of "Loves  Memories." Miss Joy Fleming,  Miss Bruce and Mrs. Quigley made  a v��ry efficient orcheslia. Mr.  Gay and Mr. Coventry paid a  glowing tribute- to the worth and  kindness lhat had always been the  aim in life of lhe dear couple,  w ahing them many happy returns  of lhe day and hoping by God's  grace they might live lo enjoy their  diamond wedding.  The happy couple received many  va'nabic presents, amongst which  waa a present of gold from iheir  daughter and son-in-law and also  a handsome clock from their grandson, Mrs. Quigley. It was rather  laughable lo see some of those  present carefully fold tip I heir share  of the biide'a cake in tissue paper  and place it in iheir pockets. One  old grandmolhei said she was  going lo sleep on it and see what  would happenl After the rendering of "Auld Lang Syne," the party  bioke up wishing God's blessing  on the dear old happy couple.  Dissolution of Partnership  Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore  subsisting  between J. M.  Harvey, "*"*. C. Duggan ana1 J. H. Davies is  dissolved   from the 1st day of May, 1920.  The real estate and insurance business will  in future be carrird on by Mr. Jas. Harvey  Messrs. Duggan and Davies having organized as a limited romp, ny to carry on the  business of fruit and produce shippers.  J  M. HARVEY'  W. C. DUGGAN  April 29, 1920. J  H. DAVIES  Auction  At the residence of  W. H. Rennie  Willow Avenue off Abbott Street  Friday, May 7th  Morris Chair, Gate Leg Table, combined  Desk and Diesser, oak Rocker, book Case,  Circnsinn walnut Table, 3 oak Chairs, oak  Buffet, coal Heater, open grate Heater, 2  (������.nip Metis, Wardrobe, iron Bed, Springs  and MattreiB, child's iron Cot, 2 white  Chairs, white bedside Table, Dresser,  Screen, 3 small Rugs, Rug 7-jj x 9, medicine  Chests electric reading Lamp, Mirror, new  li.iri'l .'������ v.iiiK Machine, wickerChair, baby's  hitth Chair,* baby's low Chair, baby's  Sltighi Ihwii Mower, 55 feet garden Hose,  garden Tools, strel clothes Line and Reels,  3 kitchen Tables, 2 kitchen Chairs, Meat  Safe, carpet Sweeper, Aluminum Ware,  Pots and Pans, Crockery, Glassware, Seal-  em, Wash Tubs and Board, Hair Broom.  1ERMS CASH  Sale at 2 p.m.  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  Professional Cards  BURNE * AfEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors Bud  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   John R. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KKl.OWNA, :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  * CONTRACTOR t* BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  nid estimates given for public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  |OI IN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Csn. Soc, C. E  CoiiHiiltlng Cicil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroetjor  Survey. snd Reports on Irrrsstron Work,  Applicstiorrs for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi   Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary  Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Residence      313  B.C.  Calls left with Dr. j. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson ot Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  Phone 320  hekga unmar  Lenaona in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  rlumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  phones : Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Bo* 22  Mrs. PC A.ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes   Forming for the New  Year  Phone for an appointment  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Local Boy Scouts  Edited  by   Pioneer.     April  27th.  ORDERS by command (or week  ending April 29th, 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week, Beavers; next tr duty, the  Wolve*.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Fiiday the 30th inat. at and Tuesday May 4th at 7.15 p.m. and the  bugle band at the** fire hall on  lhursday, May 6th nt 7.15 p.m.  We are planning to put on our  concert on the evening of Friday,  May 28th with a Saturday afternoon  matinee following, but it now  seems lhat we shall be unable to  obtain these dates at the local  theatre on account ot a big picture  hnvinR been already booked for  lhe same dales. This means that  if we put nn a matinee at all, which  on account of ' chool would have  tn be nn a Saturday, we shall either  huve lo take nne week earlier or  one week later, ln lhe event of  the fnrmer we ahall br rushed off  our feel, but the laltrr would be  ttrttipir loo near the school closing  r-xrimr1, so we are in a quandeiy.  Bv next week's column, hr.wever,  we shall have settled lhe matter  for better 'or worse. There is a  i'teat deal ol work in connection  with an entertainment such bs ours  and as we now have to pay such  a high rental for a place in which  to put it on, another year we shall  have to serio' sly consider other  nnd different means of replenish-  our famished exchequer.  We are much indebted to Knox  church for the use of their hall for  our singing rehearsals nnd to Miss  Vema Dalgleish f���r the use of her  piano nt these rehearsals.  Recent badges gained of which  previous notice has not been given  are the Buglers by P. Ls. Geo,  Mantle and R. Ball nnd the Car  penters and 2nd Class to Scout R.  Todd.  ��� s  s  We trust lhat every member of  the   troop    haB  now   his   uniform  neat and complete, but if not there  is no lime to be   lost   in   securing  any missing parts.    They are re-.  quired for the concert.and we. are  aiso soon due to have  our   1920  troop  photograph   taken.     These  photographs    have    been     taken  every year except   1913 since the  troop was organized in 1912,  and  nre very interesting to   look  back  upon, becoming more bo   aa   time  rushes on.    We have a few of the  earlier photographs st ill left and if  nny ot you wish to hnve one, you  should secure it   now,  because   it  mav be impossible later.  ��� s,  The regular meeting night of the  Cubs has been changed from Friday to Thursdav.  ��� ���  The following ten recruits for  the Rutland Troop passed their  tenderfoot tests before Rev. Mr.  Griffiths on the 29th of last March,  and there are more to come: Jack  Turner, Jack Kemp, George Mug*-  ford, Stanley Turner, Theodore  Mar, Allan Dalgleish, Kenneth  Dalgleish, Greville Harrison, Dan  Harrison and John Harrison.  ��� .  s  We have been singularly free  in Kelowna from the accidents  which so frequently shock one on  looking over the daily papers of  the city, and it seemed difficult to  believe therefore that our good  forlune in this respect had been  broken by the inexpressibly sad  and fa'al accident which happened  yesterday   lo   little   Peter   Taylor,  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  brother of Tommie. our former  patrol leader and King's scout, who  is now attending the Royal Naval  College at Esquirnalt. It seems  Peter was riding home from school  and the saddle slipped, resulting  in his being thrown from the pony  on the rocky road at that place and  dragged   a    little   distance.     To  Peter, ao early in hie young life,  and for that reason, the surer, haa  come the great Promotion, straight  home to the Pathfinder, who when  living said "Suffer the little children to come unto Me." We extend  our very heartfelt sympathy to  Tommie and his family in their  great personal loss at thu sad time.  a  WANTED  Tenders for excavating and  backfilling 6,800 lineal feet  of trench, or approximately  1,600 cubic yarda.  Apply to w\ R. Reed, R.R.  No. I, Vernon Road, phone  3404, or to Diatrict Engineer's  office, Kelowna.  CHEVROLET  The Chevrolet Truck is made in a big way���big enough to haul  all kinds of goods to capacity���doit efficiently, do it consistently  day in and day out, and do it as economically as it can be done. <  Electric Lights and Starter Pneumatic Cord Tires  M. A. ALSGARD  New Show Rooms and  Service Station  LOCAL DEALER  Lawrence Avenue  Chevrolet Truck Chassis, $1915 f.o.b. Kelowne  AUCTION SALE  Being instructed 1 will sell at his ranch, Glenmore, near the Glenmore tchool,  the movables and household effects of  P. A. SCOTT  On Tuesday, May 4th, at 1.30 p.m.  Pair   black   Horses, 4   years   old.  weighing 2600 lbs.  Heavy Horse, good worker, 1400 lb  18   pure  bred   Rhode   Island   Red  chickens  Ford Car in   good  condition, with  1 new tires  Pair Lumber Sleds Cutter  Two-horse Dray-Wagon  Large quantity Carpenter Tools  2 Logging Chains Fruit Rack  5 seta Whippletrees  Lawn Mower and Roller  Forks, Shovels, Sec.  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  2 fine Leather Chairs  Quarter cut oak Morris Chair  Extension Couch  Flemish oak Parlor Table  6 quarter cut oak dining Chairs,  leather seated Writing Desk  Black walnut Dining .Table  Large Sideboard  Portieres and brass rods  Drop head Sewing Machine, nearly  ,   new Child's High Chair  Aladdin Hanging Lamp  Mantel Clock       Large 8-day Clock  3 iron Beds, Springs and Mattreaaas  2 Dressers and Stands  Child's enamel Crib  Carpet Square, 10 x 12  Rubber Folding Bath  Ice Cream Freezer  Baby's Folding Cot  Suantity Rick wood Tubs  aisy Churn Boiler  2 Toilet Sets  Large quantity Kitchen Utensils  4 large Crocks      Wire Hammock  Barrel Vinegar       Empty Barrels  Lot of Crockery ��nd Glassware  Cider And other articles  Everything must go as the ranch is sold and Mr. Scott is leaving the place  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  -i ____^__   Get your order in  EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  Milk & Cream  Milk, per quart .. - - - lie  Table Cream, per pint - - 25c  Whipping Cream, per pint   -   40c  A deposit of   10c per bottle is required, which will be  refunded on return of empty bottle.  '  4.  The above price* are announced by tke  Kelowna Creamery, Limited  for Milk and Cream obtained fresh every day and.  retailed on a cash and carry system at the Creamery  on Water Street.  Bring your own container and avoid the deposit  of 10c per bottle. luiraday. April 29,1920  sXXUOrWXA IBCOU)  PACE THREE  1/ ��� uMirkt} ���   PHONE   361 KBLOWNA  Exceptional Footwear Values  for Women and Children  1V4ANY new styles  *���*1 are being shown  this week in women's  Shoes, Pumps -and  Oxfords, both in black  and brown Kid, Patent and Gunmetal.  Special values are also  being shown in white  Canvas Shoes for  sport wear. These  are well worthy of  special attention.  A NEW Chocolate Brown  Shoe comes with Cuban  heel in fine vici kid.  Size 2J to 7 $9.75  A NEW Oxford comei in  Chocolate Brown Kid  with good walking heel.  - All eizea $7.75 lo $12.75  Kor-Ker Shoes for  Boys and Girls  These Kor-Ker stitch down soles are just the  style of shoes for the children. They are made  of all leather and built on a natural common-sense  last that will permit your children's feet to grow  as nature intended. They have leather insoles  with no felt to get wet and keep the feet damp.  See these new shoes and be  convinced of their practical  wearing qualities.  New Navy Blue  Serge Suits  We have received during the  past week a new assortment of  the latest styles in Navy Blue  Serge Suits. These are the  latest novelties from the east-  em markets and are very fashionable just now worn in conjunction with Chocolate Brown  Shoes. From $39.75  \NoW is the Time to Plant  ithe Garden  And have better Vegetables & flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  \Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hards Perennials  We shall have oa sal* shortly a fine assortment of tha celebrated  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON   .  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  |PHONE 88 P.O. BOX 111  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Clasa v   '  Percheron Horses  (Mares and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,.  Kelowna  or at the office of Harvey, Duggan and Davis.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Ealer Wflaon left yeaterday for  Nelaon.  W. H. Lee waa a passenger yesterday on hia way to England.  Mra. J. W. Jonea left yesterday  on a viait to Vancouver.  The Rev. R.G.Campbell of New  Weatminater will aupply the Baptiat  church pulpit on Sunday nest. All  welcome.  Dr. W. H. Gaddea left Friday  laat on hia return to Klamath Falls.  Oregon, after a short visit here.  Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Rae of  Vancouver are viaiting in Kelowna  thia week.  Geo. Rowclifie has purchaaed  the Captain Riddley property on  the K.LO. bench. The atore build,  ing ia to be fitted up and added to  for fruit packing.  The survey of the proposed road  between Kelowna and Naramata  ia to be atarted immediately bv  Messrs. Dufreane & Whittaker of  Penticton.  The C.P.R. telegraph ia arranging to increase its telegraphic facilities in the Okanagan valley south  of Vernon.  W, F. Muirhead, now of Kamloops, but formerly in the shoe  buaineaa in Kelowna, waa in this  week on hia return from a viait o  Fernie. He haa.recently aold his  business intereata in the latter place.  W. LeCrand, jeweler with J.  Pettigrew, leavea this week-end for  Vernon where he has accepted a  poaition in charge of the manufacturing and repair department of  C. Whiten.  A contract has been let for the  buildiqg of a road connecting Revelstoke and Sicamous and work  will alao be done to finish the two  and a half mile gap between Mara  and Sicamoua. When these two  joba are finished Revelstoke and  the Okanagan will have inter communication,  Kelowna played their firat football match last Thursday afternoon  meeting Rutland at the achool  ground in a friendly match Kelowna proved superior to Rutland,  both in attack and defenae and  won an enjoyable game by 5 goala  to nil. The Kelowna team played  good football and with more practice ahould prove formidable opponents to any team in the valley  league. The Rutland team included several youngsters who should,  with more experience, become  good players. A feature of the  afternoon was the cleanneas of the  football and the excellent aporting  spirit shown by both aidea.  Leo. Casorso was a passenger to  Vancouver Monday.  Mrs. Norman Day and family  left Tueaday to join Mr. Day at  Peace River.  J. T. Fallis and family left Tuesday for Elbow, Sask., after a visit  here.  J. J. Atherton left Friday for a  viait to Armstrong.  S. C. Cosens wss a viaitor Saturday laat to Vancouver.  H. W. Reed left Mo day for a  visit to the coast.  Don't forget the. exhibition of  Historical Pictures to be held in  the Wesley Hall on Saturday at  3 p.m., when tea will be aerved.  The exhibition will be continued  over the 4th, 5th and 6th.  A sale of home cooking and exhibition of war trophies ia to be  held in the Veterana' clyb rooma  on Saturday, May 15th. Afternoon  tea will be served. Please watch  for further announcements.  The Kelowna Women'.* Institute  will meet on Saturday, May lat in  the Board of Trade rooms. Nurse  Rankin will give a demonstration  on home nursing. Tea will be  served.   Viaitora welcome.  A meeting will be held in the  fire hall on Saturday, May lat at 8  p.m. for the purpose of reorganizing the city band. All bandsmen  and others interested are invited  to attend.  Anglican church services will be  resumed in the Ellison district after  a lapse of aix years, Rev. Despard  conducting same at Whelan Church  on Sunday, May 2nd at 4.40 p.m.  Choral practice in connection with  same will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday May lat at Whelan Church.  WEBBER WAGONS  We have just placed a carload of these  famous  wagons  in   stock.    All  sizes.  Another carload oi Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivatora  Tobacco Cultivatora     One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  AGENTS FOR DeLAVAL SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Phone 40  P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We have clience for 5 to 20  acres Improved Farms  and Orchards,  Listings of every description solicited.  A. B. BARRAT,  Near CP.R. Wharf.  Also at  VICTORIA  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  and MISSION  Barnard Annus,  Kelowns, B.C.  Green Stockings  mean nothing to us, but  the ladies will be intereated  in matching them with elegant footwear at our atore.  We dorr't wear green stocking, ao are not intereated,  but to mention Shoes���For  the matron, the maid, the  men and the boya we have  them���to match any stocking, and any pocket.  Chas. Dark  Tks Fair Shosmsa  l|raS*ts��'''sn^��T**|a****^0**s>*''^**'^0**is>'*ts>,��^^  HARNESS REPAIRS  A change ia announced for the  beginning of May in the businesa  of Harvey, Duggan ot Daviea. The  old partnership haa been dissolved,  Mr. J. M. Harvey continuing in the  real eatate and inaurance buaineaa  which haa been eatablished in  Kelowna for many yeara. Messrs.  W. C. Duggan and J. H. Davies  have decided to devote themselves  entirely to the fruit shipping end  of the buaineaa and for that purpose haye organized aa Duggan &  Davies, Ltd. A large addition ia  being built to the packing ahed  adjoining the C.P.R. tracka which  will almost treble the space available, and much more extenaive  operationa are to be carried on  during the preaent season.  SWEAT PADS WHIPS'  Shoe Repairs  GLOVES  Try TENAX SOLES the most satisfactory sola made.   A fibre composition, combining tho qualities for Leather and Rubber. We hava them.  THOMLINSON'S  Oppoiito Board of Trade Building -   - Barnard Avenue, Kelowna  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING. 1920  Your car haa been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery > la it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action > We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rates.  In caae it needa replacement we are  the official station for the  famout  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to apin your engine, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteriea  Don't take it to "George," lot Barney doit 1  Alfred A. Nuwstrand  Automobile  Electrician  The Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendo/i St.  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   Ellis   IVflDlffi and Bernard  Street nUllllU      Avanua  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing opsration  Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cuts  From $3  Tread Cuts, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from $2  Bicycle Tire, from 50c  For quick and correct repairs  ship your tires to us  Reinforcements Vulcanized  3-inch Tires   $1.50  3J.inch Tires $2.00  4-inch Tires  $2.50  41-inch Tires $3.00  5.inch Tires $3.50  5J.inch Tires $4.00  Reliners from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���-  your option  Service end Satisfaction  Tube Repairs while you wait:  Smell Puncture  20c  Blowout, 2-inch v  30c  Blowout, 4-inch   40c  Blowout, 6-inch  50c  Valve Seals  50c  Valve Insidee  ,. 70c  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane - Prop.  Ex R.S.M.  We carry a complete range of Tire end  Tube Repair Outfits including email Vul-  canizera for car owners.  New Tires and Tubas obtained to order  The Jenkins. Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special rates.  ,     Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care -  Our Trucks are all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGBT  CREAM PRICES  from April 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices-: No. 1 -  75c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  73c      ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  .*���:  SPRING and SUMMER  JEWELRY  NEW AND DAINTY DESIGNS IN  GOLD LAVALUERES  The finest assortment we have hsd the pleasure of  showing in Kelowna. Each and every one will please.  W. M. PARKER at CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETT1CHCW  !     t' PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA IECOID  Thuraday. April 29,1920  AHRACTIONS at the EMPRESS  FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY  An AM Comr-dy Bill  CHARLES CHAPLIN in  "A Day's Pleasure"  You missed this during the Ru lime-DONT MISS IT NOW.  Alao WATER, WATER   EVERYWHERE, by Will Rogers  Evening, 7.30 nnd 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3 30, 15c and 25c  MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY  TARZAN  OF THE APES  "It is just the kind of picture nio/ie fans adore."���Evening Sun. "Weird-  eat and most interesting ever shown." - Evening Post, "Only one word fits  it it ia marvellous."���Evening World. "More thrills than Broadway ia used  to."���Herald. " Tarzan is a $30U,000 picture, it thrills."���Globe. "It thrills  amid shocks "���Globe.  Along with a fine comedy.  Evening one show only, 8.1 5.     Admission 25c & 55c  Tuesday   Malinee, 3 30, 20c & 35c  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  Adolph Zukor presents  "The Teeth of a Tiger"  Arsene-Lupin story hy Maurice LeBlanc  Also THE LAST OF THE SAXONS, a aide-Rplilting comedy  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Malinee 3 30. 10c and 25c  COMING EVENTS :    lhe University Players in   "Green Stockings''  "The Brat;'* "The River's End;" "Every Woman."  saasjyaaawaBar  BY SPECIAL REQUEST  A  Return Performance of  the Children's   Pantomime  THE SLEEPING BEAUTY  will be given hy the  KELOWNA JUVENILES  Empress Theatre, Saturday, May Qi-L  |     MATINEE ONLY, 3.30 p.m     Reserve s.ats at Willits *JlU  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE COAL OIL  Accessories and Tirea Lubricating Oils  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR  VULCANIZING  DAY AND NICHT SERVICE  Lawrence Ave. end Pendozi   Stree  Day phone 287  Night phone 67  Spray  Materials  REX    LIME    SULPHUR  ARSENATE   OF   LE4D  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  WHALE   OIL  SOAP  QUASSIA   CHIPS  BLUESTONE  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  Garden,  Field,   Clovers,  Grasses  and  Grains  Quality ths Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bags  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH  US  NOW  Kelowna Growers' .Exchange  Phonee:   Feed Store 29 ;   Office 37  *******P  -   THE  -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone   116 Boa 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plana and Price Liats of the  sub-division ol th^  DICKSON RANCH  may be seen at thit office.  ORIENTALS   OR   ENEMY ALIENS  NEED   NOT   APPLY  Terma : One-quarier cash, balance  1, 2 and 3 year**  Immediate possession  The Okanagan Brokerage  James Inglis, Proprietor  We only charge TWO per  cent, commii.  ��ion on the sale of City Property.  Dissolution of Partnership  Notice is hereby given of the Dissolution  of Partnership between Frank G. Newman  and Frank  1'. Powick.  All accounts due are to be paid to the  Independent Meat Market, and any parties  having accounts against the said partnership are required to submit same within  thirty days. FRANK G. NEWMAN  FRANK T. POWICK  Kelowna, B.C.. April 1\ 1920.  Automobile  For Hire  H B. BURTCH  Phone IB0  Auction  At tho residence of  W. Kirkby, Paul St.  Near Bernard Avenue, on  Thurs., May 6th  Extension Dining Table, oak  6 oak Chairs 2 oak Rockers  2 Parlor Tables, oak Morris Chair  Upholstered Couch  Writing Desk and Bookcase combined  2 cases Indian Curios (very valuable)  Carper Square, 9x10  Carpet Square, 8x9 Child's Crib  Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress  2 iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses  2 Dressers and stands, oak  2 Bedroom Chairs, oak       Camp Bed  Window Shades, Curtrins and Rods  Curtain Stretcher  McClary Range, 4 hole  2 coal Heaters  Kitchen Table and Chairs  Kitchen Cupboard  Rotary Washer new  Wringer Wash Tubs Boil  Electric Iron       Electric Coffee Percolator  Electric Grill  6 doz. Economy Sealers  All Cooking Utensils, Dishes  and  Glass  ware Quantity Carpenters' Tools  Forks Rakes Shovels Hoes  Many small articles not mentioned  No reserve as Mr. Kirkby intends leaving  the valley.  TERMS CASH Sale at 2 p.m.  G. W.Cunningham, Auctionee.  New Dairy  Business  MESSRS.  Murdock ft Siielder  Burne Avenue, Kelowna  Both experienced dairymen,  beg'to announce that they  are commencing on  May  1st a new Milk Business  under the title  The Citv Dai  Pure Fresh Milk delivered  anywhere in the city each  morning.        Phone 4709  B.C. University Players  to Visit Kelowna  Margaret "nglin, the celebrated  Canadian actreaa, ia an honorary  membar of the Players' Club of the  University of B.C. Upon a viait to  Vancouver aome seasons ago, Miaa  Anglin became intereated in the  excellent work thii college club ia  doing "n the ataging of worthwhile  plays. So thia laat winter, when  aeekirg a suitable play for the  spring production, it waa natural  that he idea of presenting "Grern  Slot-kings" wus adopted, since in  that pleasing comedy Miaa Anglin  was so successful some yeara ago  The atoiy cen rea around Celia  Faraday, who ia the eldest of four  sislera. unmarried and without  "prospects." According to the  quaint old custom, ahe haa worn  grern stockings at the weddings of  hrr more succeaaful sisters. At  last, goaded by their thoughtlrsa,  but nevertheless hrartlrsa comments, she invents a ficticious  franc, whom she intends to dispose of later. But her beat laid  plans go wrong, nnd most amusing  complications ariae when the gentleman himself appears on the  srene.  This sparkling play wilt be presented at the Empress, on Wednesday, May 12th.  Want Ads.  SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tine Dominion  tb Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnil Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tho Northwest  Territories, and In portion of tha Province of Britiah Columbia mar ba leased for a term of twenty-one yeara at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will bo leased to  ono applicant.  Applicationa for the lease mult be  made by the applioant In person to tha  Agent or Bub-agent of the district ln  which the rights applied for ara situated.  Eaoh application muat be accompanied by a fee of 16. which will be refunded If tbe rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on tha merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In aurveyed territories the Und muat  he desoribed by sections or legal subtil visions of sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the traot applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The peraon operating the iplne ahall  furnish the agent with aworn returns  accounting for tlie full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rlghta are not being operated* auch returne shall be furnished at least onoe  a year.  The lease will Include the ooal mining rlghta only, but the lesaae may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights mar be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information applioation  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. VV. COBT.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, I larvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6t(  FOR SALE-One Planet Jr. Horse Cultivator, No. 8, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These used  one season only for few days, Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. I7tf  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop, Apply P.O. Box  25. 2ltf  FOR SALE, few  good Jersey Cowa    A.  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 2ltf  FOR SALE, Piano by Collard. G. E. Seon,  Harvey Ave.    Phone 207. 22tf  FOR SALE, two  good   Jersey cows, our  best.   T. Barber, Rutland. 23-5c  FOR SALE, high-grade Ayrshire Cows,  freah ; thoroughbred Holstein Bulls.  B. F. Boyee. 23tf  FOR SALE, two  second-hand   Automobiles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE,   Horse,   Rig  and   Harness.  Apply H. G. M. Wilson, Royal Avenue.  ^__���^^_ 24-5p  FOR SALE, Seed Beans, 8c to 10c pound.  Apply W. T. Barber, Rutland. 24tf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, three Carpenters at once. Apply Okanagan Building At Trading Co.,  Ellis street. I7tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Oflice and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. p  MISCELLANEOUS  VACUUM  CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.        I8if  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,500 lbs.  to work single.   Apply Norris, Ellison.  2Z.f  YOUR JOB will look for you if you are  J.CS. trained. Apply R. F. I laig, ro.  presentative International Correspondence Schools, Kelowna, 22tf  TWO DOLLARS REWARD to the boy  or v.\x\ who finds me a suitable 4 or 5-  roomed Cottage or Bungalow for rant.  Screened verandah and near the lake  preferred. Reward deposited with tho  Record.   R. S. Haley, phone 4607.   24  LOST, between Kelowna and Okanagan  Centre, a spare Tire Finder pleaae return to Record Office. 24p  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Sii)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  APPLE  TREES  FOR SALE  Stock-well's, Ltd.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poet Office  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern. 6  rooms, hot and cold water, built-in buffet  in dining room, open firo place in sitting  room, entrance hail, cupboards in throe  bedrooms, lot 50 x 120. The nicest  bungalow in town, just finished. Only  $5,500.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, 3 bed-  rooms, dining and sitting room, kitchen  fitted up with cupboards and bins, bath-  room fully modem, hot and cold water,  verandah back and front, woodshed,  bouse practically new. $3,500 on terma  Ready for immediate possession.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, fully mod-  era, bath, hot and cold watar. c  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acrea in trees, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 yeara  old. Balance or 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present uaed for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale  Rancli  Vernon Road       Phono 3206  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholstor your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like now.  Mattresses Pianos, -flee.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood'  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  Mr. and Mra. Venablea, of Okanagan Centre, were viaitora in town  Tueaday.  basement, lot 120 x 100, largo stable sun*  garage. A snap, only $4,500. Half caah  balance to artange.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, bald, hot  and cold watar, 6 rooma, stable, wood'  ahed, including two large Iota. $3,200  $1,500 caah, balance to arrange.  BUNGALOW, 5 rooma, bathroom, fully  modern, verandah back and front, woodshed, chickenhouse. $4,400, half caah,  including two lota.  TWO-STOREY Frame House. 6 rooma,  kitchen, woodshed, chkkeohouoe, stable  large cement basement. $2,200 caah,  worth $3,500. Don't miaa thia chance  to pick up a snap.  BUNGALOW, J rooma, bathroom, fully  modem, large verandah on front, wood.  ehed, lot 60 x 120, ready for immediate  possession.    $3,500 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Brick Houae. 7 rooma,  fully modern, with furnace haadng, full  basement, Fgarage, chickenhouaa, large  lot, 70 x ISO. Only $4,500. leaa than  what it coat to build.  We have some choice Lake Shore Property for sale situated at Okanagan  Mission.  Office houra, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  The Corporation of  the Gty  of  Kelowna  LOTS FOR SALE  The City having obtained certificates of  indefeasible Title to a number of parcels  of Tax Sale property now offers thia property for aale. For further information  apply to any local Real Eatato Agent or  the City Clerk.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C.. City Clerk.  April 20th, 1920. 23-4  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, Ac  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt service  and satisfaction  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired It Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. Rs Thomson  Phone 342  EMPRESS Theatre, One Night 10  Only, WEDNESDAY, MAY IL  GREEN STOCKINGS  "Played Ay the Famout B. C. Uriioersily Playcrt  We can recommend thia sparkling comedy.   All seals reserved.  Have just unloaded another car of  Roofing, Shingle Stain, Building Paper, Elastigum,  Tar and Pitch  This is the right place to buy when you want to buy right  m  With a Time-Saver Electric Washer  you can easily gefall the washing done in your own home. It saves three  whole hours on wash day and makes the day an easy one. Both washer and  wringer are driven by electric power and cost but a trifle per hour, lt ia  moderate in price. It pays back ita cost in a year in the saving of laundry  bills or washer woman's wage*. We have a machine in the store (or you  Let us demonstrate it in your home.    Phone or call.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kelowna Sawmill Office  Phone 349


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