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 VOL. IV.   NO. 35.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,  JULY 25, 1912.  $ 1.50 Per Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  City's Assessment Reaches  3i Millions  The council met Monday morn  ing, Mayor Jones presiding, and  Aid. Sutherland, Copeland, Ray,  mer, Blackwood, and Taylor pie>  sent.  A letter was read from the secretary of the Fire Brigade asking  the council to purchase the follow,  ing supplies: Catching net, six  strong clnms, 4 railroad lanterns  a mattress. 20 pairs overalls, and a  drinking dipper.  It was desided to get further in  formalion respecting the catching  net. and a resolution was passed  authorizing purchase of the rest,  subject to approval of the committee.  An application was read from  Mr. Geo. Rowcliffe to put a weighing platform on the street near his  new packing shed. This was  granted.  Plans of subdivisions from F. M,  Buckland and Crowley & Co. were  passed.  Dr. Dickson, local  secretary  of  Irrigation Convention wrote as follows ������  The City Clerk,  Dear Sir:���In connection with  the forthcoming Irrigation Convention, August 13th 16th would you  kindly bring before the city council at their next meeting, the advisability of having the city made  as clean and attractive as possible  by having the grass, weeds, etc. cut  on the streets, by having arrangements made for special watering  of the streets, and also by illuminating the streets and park in the  most attractive manner possible  during these dates. It has been  suggested that an arch erected in  a prominent position and decorated  with fruit, vegetables and banners  would be an attractive feature. If  the council approve of this and  will allow the help of some necessary labor, Mr. F. R. E. DeHart  has offered to see to the decorating  -oi the arch. The matter will involve some expense and I do not  not want to undertake it without  the approval of-the council.  Yours truly,  C W. DICKSON.  The Board of Works was charged  with the duty of cleaning up the  streets, and the light committee  promised to take up the matter of  illumination.  The suggestion of an arch however, did not meet with so much  favor.  Aid Sutherland said that personally he was opposed to erecting an  arch as he thought them hideous  things except in the case of a military parade.  Mayor Jones agreed with the  idea of having a display of fruits,  etc., but he thought it should be*|  placed in some suitable building.  He thought the stores should endeavor to decorate a much as possible.  Mr, Ernest Clement asked tne  council what they intended doing  about extending the water mains  in the direction of his house.  Three months ago he had made  application and had got fifteen  other householders to do the same.  He had been assured that the pipe  would be laid, but so far as he  knew nothing had been done.  Aid, Sutherland said that> all  such applications were taken in  order received. In this case a start  had been made on the extension  but the pipe had run out and until  they had got a fresh supply they  could not go on with it.  Application was made by Mr. D.  Leckie to place building material  on the street in front of his store.  This was granted.  Scoutmaster Legatt waited on the  council respecting the application  to have an open an* rifle range for  the boys near Pendozi street.  Mayor Jones, said he had not  heard of the matter until Saturday  when he arrived home, but he understood that considerable opposition had been raised by people in  the locality named.  Aid. Sutherland said that quite  an excitement had been worked up  over it, and there was strong opposition.  Aid. Raymer thought that such  a range would be a source of danger to the public. He did not see  how the council could grant permission anyway without amending  the by-law covering the matter.  Aid. Taylor did not agree as to  the danger to the public. If the  boys were properly trained, the  vicinity of the range would be as  safe as being in church.  Aid. Raymer, however had no  such faith even in Boy Scouts, and  feared they might grow careless.  Mr. Legatt was informed that the  council could not grant permission  as the by-law stood. He was advised to try and get a range out  side the city, the north being Bug  gested.  Mr. T. Cooper, the city assessor  waited on the council. He said  that owing to some extra work that  had turned up and certain necessary information which they lacked  concerning the lands outside the  city assep^ed for school purposes,  he had been unable to bring in the  complete roll as promised. He  undertook, however, to have it in  within a week.  A resolution was necessary extending the time for receiving the  roll to July 29th, and this was  passed.  For the information of the council Mr. Cooper said that the complete assessment for this vear  would be, on land values, $2,499,  200, and on improvements, $845  750. Notices, he said were being  sent out to tax payers.  Some discussion arose on ihe  city's finances, Aid. Taylor giving  a rough estimate of what the probable income and expenditure ot  thevcity would be, but definite consideration of the matter was left  until the estimates from the various  committees were in.  Aid. Sutherland foretold, in spite  of reduced rates and heavy expenses, a probable surplus on the  water and light department of  $2,000.  Aid. Copeland, (whose praiseworthy energy on the Board of  Works and street improvements,  although accomplishing more and  better work than in any previous  year, has caused no little anxiety to  the finance committee) received a  rude shock on being told that out  of a probable $9,000 available for  street work, $6,350 had already  been spent. As the worthy alderman reflected on the amount of  work still to do,' his consternalion  became very apparent.  Aid. Sutherland announced that  an exchange had been arranged  with Mr. A. McLennan for a portion of the lot purchased for a  pumping station, which would give  the citv a much more convenient  location. The exchange was em-  bodied in the following resolution :  " That the city purchase from the  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co., Lot  9, Block 2, Map 186, for sewerage  pumping plant at the price of $900;  that the south 250 feet of this lot  he exchanged for that part of Lot  2, Block 2, Map 1867 north of the  south 250 feet thereof, as per letter from Mr. A. McLennan.  Aid. Sutherland asked if the city  had had any letter from the Board  of Trade in reference to the inspection of meat, as a resolution bearing on the matter had been passed  at the last meeting af the Board of  Trade.  No letter had been sent, but a  resolution was put through that the  city solicitor be authorized to prepare a bylaw respecting the inspection of meat and milk.  Aid. Copeland said the butchers  should be compelled to have covered rigs to protect meat from sun  and dust. Respecting milk he  would not like to see the council  go the length of Vernon which had  practicallly prohibited people from  keeping a cow and selling an extra quart of milk.  Aid. Sutherland stated that the  people on the west side of the lake  had been asking the council to cooperate with them in having the  telegraph nnd telephone extended  in that direction. He thought that  something might be done to hasten matters.  In discussion it was mentioned  that a petition had been presented  early in the year while the Legislature was in session, and every  assistane was promised. It was a  matter of considerable importance  to Kelowna business men that communication be established with  points over the lake, as only by  that means could their business be  drawn here. The city could not  afford to neglect such a matter.   It  was thought that if the city council  passed a strong resolution asking  for the extension it would have  some weight. A resolution was  accordingly passed as follows:  " That the Dominion Government  be asked to extend the government  telegraph service from Kelowna Id  the West Side of Okanagan Luke,  extending in a northerly direction  and that the government's attention  be called to the immediate necessity of said service being extended-  Aid. Raymer called attention  again to the Canadian thistles  which were being allowed to flourish undisturbed in various parts of  the city.  The meeting then adjourned.  Obituary  Mrs. A. Dunn, Wife of New  Presbyterian Minister  The sad news of the death at  Fernie of Mrs. Dunn, the wife ol  the Rev. A. Dunn, the lately appointed minister of the Presbyterian church was received in town  Tuesday with the greatest regret  more especially by the members  of the church, who have been  looking forward to Mrs. Dunn's  arrival with pleasant anticipations.  The death of Mrs. Dunn, although  sudden enough to people here,  was not entirely unexpected to  those who knew the circumstances.  Along with her family of three  young children she was staying  for a while with her sister in Fernie, prior to joining he. husband in  Kelowna. She was not in good  health and a few weeks ago became worse, an operation becoming necessary. The Rev. Mr.  Dunn was wired for last Thursday  and left at once. News at first  was encouraging and to the effect  that Mrs. Dunn was improving, but  a relapse evidently took place and  in a brief telegram to Mr. J. Ball  the announcement of her death'  was made. The greatest sympathy  is extended to Mr. Dunn in his  bereavement.  It is the intention of Mr. Dunn  to take the remains east to Guelph.  the deceased lady's former home,  for interment.  The pulpit at the Presbyterian  church will be occupied Sunday  morning next by Mr. Geo. E. Boyer,  and in the evening by Mr. D. C.  Herron, minister in charge of  Benvoulin.  Price of Cement  The following extract (roin the  " Province " seems to call for some  explanation in view of the announcement made by the Canada Cement Company a few weeks back.  The extract relates ar. interview  wilh the genera) manager of the  company at Winnipeg on Monday :  " " It's not making a bit of difference to us: we are going ahead  just as if nothing had happened."  said F. P. Jones, general manager  of the Canada Cement Co., last  evening when asked if the merger  had altered its policy as a result of  the recent reduction of the duty on  cement. Mr. Jones is at the Royal  Alexandra.  " Any one that doesn't think  that's right had better take a look  at the plant we are building three  miles out of here," he continued.  " As a matter of fact' the reduction  in the duty has not affected our  western business at all, and we did  not change our price in the slightest. We did lower our figure a little in the East and the maritime  provinces, and 1 understand some  of the other cement companys  there are hit pretty hard. But in  the West everything is as it was before. The charge that we were  putting ton high a price on our  cement is absurd. It has been and  is being sold at a lower figure than  ever before. We consider that  this action of the government has  demonstrated in the clearest possible fashion that the charge? of  extortion laid against us were  groundless, for the Americans are  not under-selling us in the West.  It was said last year that our price  in the West was the American  price, plus freight and duly. If the  Americans can sell so much cheaper than we, why don't they do it >"  Mr. Jones is going to Calgary  and Exshaw to inspect the extensions to the Canada Cement Co.'s  plants at those places.  Rutland News  Fnmi our own correspondent  Mr. J. Mclver is in the Kelowna  hospital surtering from a poisoned  hand, caused by a scratch from  wire fencing.  Mr. John Wattless, of Fort William, has been staying with his  brother-in-law, Mr. R. Bird, for the  past week. He is delighted with  the visible progress of Rutland  and hopes to be a permanent resident on his property next year.  The continued rain, although  welcome for the land, was the  cause of the small attendance at  the garden party last evening. It  was decided to spread the tables  in the church for fear of showers.  After a supper which suited everybody, a capital programme was  started, every number being well  received. The trio from town were  greatly appreciated,and Mr. Kelly's  Irish monologues kept one wondering at his slickness with words.  The following is the programme  in full :  Trio... Mars. Pedlar,Weeks & Wade  Solo  Miss Crowcroft  Recitation Miss A. Gay  Solo Evelyn Sproul  Monologue  Mr. Kelly  Instrumental Mrs. S. Gray  Solo Mr. Weeks  Speech Mr. Herron  Solo Miss Duggan  Solo Mr. Pedlar  Solo Mr. Gay  Lawn Tennis  The Bench Lawn Tennis Club  played their second match of the  season against a team from the  Okanagan Mission Sports club,  Owing to it being haying time,  neither club was fully represented.  The Bench Club won all their  matches, both in the single and  double events. During the afternoon Mrs. R. W. Pooley served tea  Which added very much to the enjoyment of a hot, but very pleasant  afternoon.  The following were  the scores:  Anderson and Garnett (Bench),  beat Stubbs and Thompson, 2-6,  6-3, 6-2 ; beat Bartholomew and  Gore-Brown, 6-4, 6-4.  Hill and Tollit (Bench), beat  Stubbs and Thompson, 4-6, 6-3,  6-1 ; beat Bartholomew and Gore-  Biown, 6-1,4-6, 6-4.  HillJBench), beat Stubbs, 6-2,  6-2. Garnett (Bench), beat Bartholomew, 6-4, 6-4.  Regatta Programme  Complete  August  7th and  8th will be  Big Days in Kelowna  McGill Matriculation  There were seven candidates  from the high school who entered  for the matriculation examination  in connection with McGill University. Four passed outright, the  other three being " starred " with  one subject to write off in September. The successful candidates  were:  Ethel Hall - . 607  Alva Geen - - 569  Gladys Kinsley - 560  Ewen McLennan - 469  The three " starred " ones were :  W. Fuller - - 500  Bertha Geen - - 467  J. R. Fuller    -      -   438  The preliminary list of members  of the first convocation of the new  University of B.C. has just been  issued. The names were selected  from graduates of Canadian and  British Universities who had been  resident in the province for two  years or more. Several locnl names  appear in the list ��� Dr. B. F.  Boyce, Rev. J. W. Davidson, Dr.  C. W. Dickson, T. L. Gillespie, Dr.  A. H. Huycke, Dr. W. J. Knox,  A. R. Lord, Dr. E. A. Martin, G. C.  Rose. The convocation will take  place August 21st, in Vancouver,  when the chancellor and members  of the senate will be elected.  The Kelowna Farmer's Exchange  has completed the building of a  branch in Armstrong, and shipping  from-there is in full swing.  Owing to the limited spare in  the pavilion during rega'ta, ticket  holders wishing to introduc s friends  for these dates must obtain special  admission tickets from tl e secretary beforehand. This jrivilege  is limited to two special ti -kets.  The committee of the Aqualic  Association Iwve had a busy time  lately preparing for the annual  Regatta, which is to take place  next Wednesday and Thursday  week, August 7th and 8th, and  arrangements are now well in hand.  It is always the desire of the  management to go one better than  previous years and if all goes well  this season's event will certainly  accomplish that.  There has been some difficulty  as usual in arranging excursions  with the C.P.R., but at last it has  been done, and on Wednesday an  excursion will run from the north,  and Thursday one from the south.  On the first day a lacrosse match  between Armstrong and Kelowna  will add to the attractions, whilst  the Vernon band has been engaged for both days. The four war  canoe races are reserved for the  second day.  The following is the complete  programme:���  FIRST DAY, August 7th  10.00 Open Handicap Sailing for  "Chamley Cup."  10.00 Single Sculls, Heats, distance  quarter mile.  10.30 30 yds. Boys' Swimming;  15 and under.  10.45 Double Sculls, Heats, distance quarter mile.  K.00 60 yds. Ladies' Swimming  Race.  11.30 Open Gasoline Launch.  Competitors entitled to one  prize only. I prize for over  25ft. I prize lor 25ft. ami  under. I prize for 18ft, fie under.  2.00 Ladies' Sailing Cup (see  regulations!. 1st prize, Lndics'  Cup and Medal.  2.00 60 yds. Boys' Swimming ; 15  , and under.  2.20 60 yds. Men's Breast Stroke.  2.30 Ladies' Single Sculls ; 2 p'zs.  2.40 60 yds. Handicap Swimming  for season ticket holders of  K.A.A. only.  2.50 Boys' Aquatic Derby; 15  years and under.  2.50 Long Distance Swimming  Championship of Ok. lake  for B. H. M. Challenge Cup  and $25.00 prize. Competitors  will leave the K.A.A. building  in boats at 2.30 and will finish  about 3 30 at the K.A.A. building. Courae to be from the  west side of the lake opposite  Kelowna to K.A.A. building.  Distance I mile.  3.00 Single Canoes.  3.20 Open Dive.  I   Sft.   dive.    I    12ft.   dive.    I  sperial 20ft. dive.  3.40 Canoe Fours. Open to any  two firms, business houses or  families. Prizes for- winners only  3.50 Relay Swimming Race.  Teams of four swim 120 yards,  frizes for winning team only.  4.00 Tilling from Canoes.  Ciew two men per canoe.  Prizes for winning learn only.  4.25  Mixed Canoes.  4.40 Senior Aqualic Derby.  5.00 Mixed Double Sculls (coxs.).  SECOND DAY, August Hit,  00 Single Sculls.   Final.  .30 High Dive. Boys 16 & under.  45 Ladies' Dive ; 4ft. and spbrd.  .20 Double Sculls-    Final.  ,20 Handicap Gasoline Launch.  ,30 Cock Fighting.  ,40 War Canoe Race.  Crew of 15, I mile straight, for  Knowles' Cup.  00 Dinghy Sailing.  00 Mixed Double Sculls. Final.  15 Tilting.  30 Double Canoes.  40 Junior War Canoe Race.  50 Running Springboard Dive,  12 feet.  00 Fancy Diving.  1 5 War Canoe Rare  (mixed) ;  4  ladies, and  5  men;   quarter  mile.    Individual trophies.  30 Ladies Double Canoes ; 220  yards.    ^^^^^^^^^^  44 Crab Canoe Pace.  00 60 yds. Open Swimming.  15 Long Distance Plunging from  Solid Platform.  20 Boys' Plunge ;  16 years and  under.  30 Fastest Gasoline Launch.  D. W. Sutherland Championship  Cup and Medal. No other prize.  30 Aquatic Detby.  40 War Canoe Race.  Crew  of 15, I mile  with  tun,,  for Megaw Cup and Medals.  00 Ladies' Single Canoe Race ;  220 yards.  15 Tilting from Canoes.  Crew 2 men per canoe.  Wrestling Match  Ends in Draw  The great wrestling match ON  ranged by the Fire Brigade boys  between Bob Sutherland and Pat  Connolly which took place before  a packed Opera I louse last I hurs-  day evening ended in a dray, one  fall going to the credit of each contestant,  As a preliminary to the big event  tlie two brothers Colin and Jack  McMillan were pitted against each  other in a wrestling match. Both  were powerful boys and would lie  no mean contestants if better trained.    Colin proved the vicior.  The audience were al o treated  to a boxing bout between Messrs.  Hogan and Peterson.  By the time the great match  came on the hall was packed and  some impatience began to be manifested for the appearance of the  rivals.  "Shorty" Woods acted as referee.  An unfortunate dispute marred  the match almost at the start.  After some 20 minutes' wrestling  a fall was given by the umpire to  Connolly which Sutherland at once  disputed. . This raised a storm  amongst the audience, and it seemed as though the meeting would  break up in disorder. Sutherland  and a large number of spectators  on the front rows held that his  shoulders had not touch(d ihe  mat. The referee stuck to his  decision and refused to act further.  Connolly finally'ayreed to disregard  the fall and recommence the  match on the same terms as before.  II. Small was secured as referee  and a fresh start made.  Ihe two men went to it with a  will and some fine work waa witnessed. Sutherland won the first  fall (said to be the fust time Connolly has been put to the mat in  seven years). w  The-seconcl fall went to Connolly  ,w"cj ;i hard struggle in which.Sutherland was mainly on the defensive,  Ihe conditions of the match as  announced by the chairman, Dr.  Huycke, called for two falls inside  of three hours, but at the end of  that time the score remained ( qufll  and the match was accordingly declared a draw.  Although the result of the match  was thus indecisive and a little din-  appointing, the spectators ' were  certainly treated to a fine display  of wrestling, and the gate must  have netted quite a considerable  sum.  We regret that owing to an  error in the report of this Kelowni -  Enderby baseball match published  in our last issue the name of M'  R. E. Berrv.of Vernon, was inserted  (as umpire) instead of Mr. Larson.  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  NOTICE ji hereby given llint the first  titling of the Annual Court of Revision nf  the Municipality ol tlie Cily of Krltiwi.a  will be held in tbe Council Chan her,  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., on I huis-  day, the Twenty.second day of August,  1912, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, foi  tbe purpose of bearing complaints ngtiimt  the Assessment as made by tbe Assessor,  and for revising nnd correcting the assessment roll.  C. H. DUNN,  City Clerk.  City Clerk's Office,  Kelowna, B.C.,  July 15th, 1912. 34.8  5.50 Prize - giving   from JuJgc's  Stand in Grand Stand,  7.00 Tug of War.    Teams of  10.  A change lias been made litis  year in llie .matter of entrance fees.  All entries up to Saturday night,  August 3rd, are free, but post  entries may be made up to half an  hour before any event on payment  of 50c.  The enthusiasm which is felt  locally in the regatta may be judged  from ihe success which has attended llie efforts of the collectciip,  Messrs. D. W. Crowley and W. H.  Crawford, who state tha1: the response to their appeals for financial help has been most generous,  every business house in town  except two having contributed.  They wish to express their thanks  for this assistance. ���H"F^  Th��> Oruhard Citij Record  Thursday, July 2A  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE   SPLENDID  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisblock cannot be excelled forsub-dicision purposes  In a sub-dioiaion of this block eoery lot would be a  NR3T-CLASS  BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City toater aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate toill find it tuorth their while to call at  our office and make inquiry into this offer.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Keller Block - Kelowna, B.C.  of every description  The best our money  and  your money can buy.  Here Are a Few Item*:  Keen Kutter Carpenters' Chisels  Keen Kutter Carpenters' Planes  Keen Kutter Carpenters' Saws  Keen  Kutter Carpenters' Axes  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  ���ai  Coal]  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard - $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump) - $10.00 per ton  Wellington     -     -     -   $13.00 per ton  W. HAUG  KELOWNA, B.C.  Talapho  Just About Now is the Right Time  lo call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  Town and Country  Mr. G. F. Teal returned Saturday  doni the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. Weddell returned  Thursday last from their holiday  tour in Southern California.  Mayor Jones returned Saturday  lasl from Victoria.  Mr. R. A. McGee, M. P. P. of  Wolseley, Sask., is in town for a  few days looking into his interests  here. Mr. McGee is a prominent  politician now having been elected  to the Saskatchewan legislature last  week.  Mr. C, H. MacLeay, of the Cen-  Iral Okanagan Lands, Ltd., returned t!iin week from the Old Country  whrie he has heen acting as representative for the company.  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Middleton  and family left for Vancouver Saturday morning last, accompanied  by their niece, Miss M. Patterson.  Extensive alterations ate being  made this week to the hardware  store of Mr. D. Leckie. The whole  (rout is to be taken out and a  more modern one installed also a  second story placed over the whole  building.  Mr. Arthur Ashton, a one time  resident of Rutland, who has been  revisiting the district lately, forsook  his batchelor state this week being  married Wednesday lo Mrs. Alice  McClelland. The ceremony which  look place at the F.nglish church  was a quiet one, the happy pair  leaving by boat for Banff.  Mr. Geo. Tomlinson, a practical  harness maker and repairer, who  hails from Scotland, has opened  premises on Watel Street, next to  Dreamland, and is open for all  kinds of repairing work.  The Kev. Father Verbeke figured  last week in an auto accident on  the way from Penticton to Hedley,  whither he was going to perform a  burial service. Beyond a slight  shaking, however, the reverend  gentleman was unhurt.  Mr. A. P, Beatty who left Kelowna some time ago to take a  position in the Bank of Commerce  at Penticton, has been moved to  Phoenix B. C.  PROFESSIONAL AND  j      BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C  High School Entrance  [Examinations  The resulls of the high school  entrance |<xatninations this vear  hive been particularly gratifying.  Out o Iwentj-five pupils who wrote  f ��r t ie exams, nineteen have succeeded in gaining over the 50 pet  rent, necessary io pass. The sub-  jecta for examination were reading,  dictnti in and spelling, writing,  Lng'iih literature, arithmetic and  book-keeping, geography, English  gram mr and composition, Cnna-  di in history, British history, nature  e>H"iifi and   hygiene and drawing.  The   total   possible   marks   weie  1.1 no.  Ihe following students passed  in the oi del named, the total maiks  being given in each case \ ���  1 Mary Day    -  2 Gertrude J. Davidson -  3 Dorothy G Leckie  *) Marjorie E. Elliolt-  5 Annie M. McLennan   -  0 Jean C. Kincaid   -  7 Louie A Evans    -  8 Olive R. Pettigrew  9 Beatrice M. Campbell -  10 Jessie C. McMillan  11 Albert John W. Curls -  12 Mildred Wilson -  In outside district schools  1 Mildred I. Renwick     -  2 Joseph J. Conroy  I Hazel J. Jones  4 Geo. P. Silke  5 Catherine M.Carney    -  6 Everett Fleming -  7 Thos. J. Carney -  MisB  Hazel   McConne  Victoria South Park School, with  total of  857  marks,  ranks  first  in  the province.  779  693  674  664  651  647  631  623  613  584  581  564  700  621  '59  554  550  550  550  of    till  Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-  rra unci Diarrlto-a Remedy is almost certain In be needed befoie the summer is  over. Buy it now and be prepared (or  audi an emergency. For sale by all dealera  SUMMER JEWELRY  Our New Goods are coming  in  daily. Among llie latest lo arrive  are:���  Hst Pins from 50c. upward  Dutch Collar Pin��Soc. to 11.5o  Waist Pins from 25c. to 2.5o pr  Black and Pearl Beads  From 5oc. to $10  J. B. KNOWLES  Jewsler  KELOWNA. B.C.  C, Harvay, B.A., Sc, C.E.. D.L.3., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P, U  Boa ma Tbotla on  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  R��ccivei Pupil* ... hU Studio in tha MORRISON  BLOCK lor Leiiona in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  t yeni a' previou* experience1    Will play for dnncea  Address Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR t, BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  iugs.Tov.'n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENClNEER  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E       Gradual* Toronto  University  WaUrwoiks and Sswsrase Systems, Pumping snd  Liihtini Plants, Concrete Construction, ete.  KELOWNA, : B. C.  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Exhibitioner Ro>al College   of   Muaic,  and lately  with  Kendrick  Pyne,   Mm   Doc,  Organist of the  Cathedral, Manchester, Eng.,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At the Studio, Tiench  Block, Kelowna.  Muiic   o{   every   description   supplied.  P.O   ox437.  MATERNITY  NUKSE  Experienrsd  CASKS  TAKEN  IN   HOME  Apply   Mrs. JARVIS, Ellis Street  S. W. THAYER.  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradusle McGill University)  Residence :   GLENN   AVENUE  (But   of  Ethel  Street)  Messages   may   be   left   at   the   office   of  Mauri. Rattenbury fie Williams  STANLEY HODKINSON,  A.R.C.O.  Associate of the RoyalCollefeof Organists, London  PROFESSOR OF MUSIC  Subjects : Piano, Organ, Voica Production  and Singing.  Apply Bin 166. Kelown  ii.ii.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD   AVENUE^  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and   Gents'  Rubber   Heels  ol the Beat Makes  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plans snd Estimates  Furnished  Residence,   10 Lawrence Ave,  PHONEM  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale .and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about too feet above the lake, it command* a beautiful view of the town, Ulce and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There in only one GLENMOKE. Don't mitt tha opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and wa will  show you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Term* assy,  monthly payments if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board compania*.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. l.C.  ..   THE   ..  Royal Bank of Canada  HEAD OFFICE    ���    Montreal, Quebec..  NEWYORKOFFICE ��� 6 J. William St.     LONDON OFFICE (En..) ��� 2,LUakBldts.,P,ineassSl.  Capital Paid Up   -   $6,200,000     Reserves   ���   $7,200,000  Total Assets over      -      $109,000,000  -   Bank by Mail   -  Accounts can be opened and operated by mail.    Write for particulars, w�� shall  be glad to explain.  THE   SECRET  OF  WEALTH  lies in theae four letters  S  -  A  E  Start  a Saving,   Account   to-day.     Deposit   regularly   and   watch it  grew.  Deposits of  One Dollar and upwards received.  Secure one of our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES and place yout  valuables beyond peril or danger of fire.  Lodged in absolutely fireproof safe.  KELOWNA BRANCH VERNON BRANCH  H. F. REES, Manager W. A. BUTCHART, Mgr.  Branches and correspondents throughout tha world.  The Pleasures of a Motor Boat  depend almost entirely on me motor. If your motor is  a satisfactory one, doing good service with a minimum  of trouble, then you need not fear getting your money's  worth out of the healthful pleasure of motor-boating.'  Specify the  Roberts  Motor  In  your  new boat  Thia la th*  Roberts Motor Co.'a  FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE:  " We guarantee that Roberta Motora will not back-fire.  We guarantee that each and every Roberta Motor ia thoroughly tasted on  a propeller, that it is in perfect running order and haa developed ita full rated  lioreo-power before aliipmont.  We further guarantee Roberta Motora against all detects of material or  workmanship for five yeara from date of purchase, and will replace any  defective part upon return of the part to our factory properly marked, freight  or express prepaid."  See J JR. CAMPBELL  Or call in " Record" office for descriptive booklets ThuTBdaij, July 26  Orchard Gitu Record  What to  \do To-night  How often you ask yourself the question ; " What  shall I do to-night ? "  We have the answer in a  famous line of popular  novels at  75c. a copy  This is a representative  line in which you will  find the best stories by  the best writers.  \Come In and Examine Them  Be entertained some night  P. B. Hits I Co.  [DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  $2,500        $2,500  IN PRIZES  Vote Standing  ' Vernon News " Great Prize  Voting Contest  Votes  Edith Chiswell, Vernon    - 30,000  Mrs. Laura Saundeis, Ver.- 11,000  Hattie Wilson, Vernon -   - 30,000  J. M. McCarrigle, Vernon - 1,000  Gretr Hart. Vernon -   -   - 1,000  Irene Cummiskey, Vernon - 1,000  Dorothy Oliver, Vernon    - 1,000  Winnefred Hillier, Vernon- 3,000  Mrs. J. Traynor, Armstrong 3,000  Norman F. Robb, Ok. Falls 1,000  Olive Robinson, Salm. Arm 3,000  Daisy Sewell, Enderby -   - 5,000  Ethel Brown, Summerland 5,000  Hugh Copeland, Kelowna 3,000  S. H. Baker, Penticton -   - 1,000  Miss C. McDougal, Pchl'd 3,000  T. H. Boothe, Naramata   - 1.000  Katie Lloyd-Jones, Kelo'na 1,000  Mrs. P. Brooke, Kelowna - 1,000  W. S. Bouvette, Kelowna - 1,000  Mrs. H. Conlin, Ok. L'nd'g 3,000  DAVIES & MATHIE  .Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  If you are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful  by washing dishe*. sweeping and doing  housework all day, and crawling inio bed  tired nt night. You must get out into the  open air and sunlight. If you do this every  day and keep your stomach and bowels  in good order by taking Chamberlain's  Tablets when needed, you should become  both healthy and beautiful. For sale by  all dealers.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  re now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  It will be worth your while repairing  your old harness if you entrust the  job to Tomlinson.    He will repair  it properly and promptly  He will Repair Anything Made of Leather  GEORGE THOMLINSON  Harness Maker -- KELOWNA  Next to Dreamland  Okanagan Centre  (From our own correapondent)  Born, to llie wife of V. R. Mc-  Donagh, on Monday, July 15th, a  son.  Miss Goldie, sister of Mr. J.  Goldie, and her friend Miss Ross  are visiting at the Rainbow Ranch,  of wliich Mr. Goldie is the manager.  The O. K. Canning Co. has started up, and a number of employees  are now engaged in the process of  canning peas and beans.  Among recent arrivals in our  midst from the Old Country are  Mr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd Watts, who  taken up their residence in Okanagan Centre. Mr. Watts has  secured a position with Messrs.  Glecd and Nare, our local building  contractors.  Max D. Major had the misfortune  to lose one of his newly acquired  team of horses last week. We hope  he will soon recover the lost animal as one can ill afford to lose a  horse at this busy time of the year.  Prof. Warden with his wife and  family moved up last week from  Rutland, where Mr. Warden has  been teaching school, to spend the  summer vacation at their pret'y  lakeshore residence on Okanagan  lake. Mr. Warden was at one time  the teacher at the Okanagan Centre school.  A party consisting of Mr. M. P.  Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Chatterton,  Mr. J. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Am-  phlett, Miss Orton, and Mr. J.  Powell drove up to the intake of  the irrigation system in the Woods  Creek canyon last Suuday, and  spent a pleasant afternoon in this  delightfully cool retreat.  The sale took place recently of  Mr. J. McClure's upper ranch. Mr.  Graham of Okanagan Landing is  the buyer. The purchase price being in the neighborhood of $20,000.  1 his property consists of 320 acres  of which some 50 acres are in  meadow, a very fine quality of  timothy hay being yeaily raised.  Mr. G. M. Watt had the pleasure  of a few days visit from his sister,  Miss Freda Watt who had been attending the Bishop Strachan school  in Toronto, and was on her way  home to Victoria. Among other  places of interest which Miss Walt  was shown was the intake works  of the irrigation system, and llie  falls on Woods Creek canyon and  the land clearing operations being  carried on by the Okanagan Valley  Land Co. At this latter point for  the benefit of the visitor, who had  never before seen any blasting,  fifty stumps were shot in succession  and, viewed from a safe distance,  presented a highly interesting spectacle.  C. E. Joslyn, for the past month  one of the government road gang  working to the south of Okanagan  Centre, was taken seriously ill last  Saturday, and was taken to the  home of his brother, N. V. Joslyn.  Here he developed all the symptoms of appendicitis, and has lain  (or the past week awaiting a favorable opportunity to be removed  for an operation which it is feared  will be necessary. We sincerely  hope Charlie will soon be around  amongst us again.  A very heavy rainstorm on Monday afternoon, did no little damage to orchards and crops on the  east side of Woods Lake. Considerable damage was also done to  the roads, the long grade north  of M. P. Williams' being rendered  impassable by deep wash-outs till  repairs were speedily effected by  the government road gang. It was  the heaviest downpour for several  years now, and was accompanied  by a good deal of thunder and  lightning, and hail.  A very pleasing ceremony, conducted by the Rev. C. O. Main,  took place at the Presbyterian  Manse in Vernon on Saturday, July  13th, when Mr. Harry Gleed was  united in marriage to Miss Grace  W. Baker, of Croydon, England.  After the nuptials had been celebrated the happy couple motored  through to Okanagan Centre, and  are spending their honeymoon at  several points up and down Okanagan lake previous to taking up  their residence on the old Stroud  property which was recently purchased by Mr. Gleed. Mr. Gleed  is the managing director  and secretary of the O. K. Canning  Co., Ltd, and also has a number of  other interests in the district. We  wish to extend congratulations to  Mr. and Mrs. Gleed and to hope  for them a long and happy wedded  life.  During tlie summer months mothers of  young children should watch for any unnatural looseness of the bowels. When  given prompt attention at this time serious  trouble may be avoided. Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can  always be depended upon. For sale by  all dealers.  Specials for  Balance of July  If you want to buy  The Best Goods at the most  Reasonable Prices  buy at Barber's.    We are going to reduce our stock of  Sugar and Sealers, and you will get the  benefit.    We  do  not think you have ever before got these goods at  such low prices :���  Best Granulated Sugar  $7.00 per 1001b. sack  1.40 per   201b. sack  1.10 per dozen  1.35   ���     ,.  Economy Fruit Jars (pint)  ,. ���       ���   (quarts)     -  ,,   (half-gallons)    1.65    ,,  Best Ontario Cheese        -       -   Reg. 25., special 20c  These prices are for Spot Cash, at time of purchase, and  Cash  only.     It will pay you to  spend your cash here.    We make it  worth your while.  A. W. BARBER & CO.  Short term exclusive listings wanted.    Prices must be right so that  the other fellow can make good  H. G. HILLARD  REAL ESTATE  Agreements  for sale  Purchased  MORTGAGES  Representative for Krlowna and District  The Manufacturers Life  Insurance   Co.   of   Canada  INSURANCE  Houses for Sale  and Rent.  Residential Lots in  all parts of the citv  SNAPS  For Sale, one of the best buys in the Okanagan to-day  1 14 Acres of Bearing Orchard (good varieties)  good House on property  Crops this year should net $3,000.       Price is $12,600.  Terms:   Half cash, balance $1,000 per year.  5 Acres close in with 1 House (valued at $6,000  Barns, &c, alio Two Cottages on Property rented for $36  per month. This property will sub-divide to good advantage  For further particulars inquire.  New House in course of construction on Paul st.  Modern and every convenience      Price $3,500.   Terms.  80 Acres, about 4* miles from town,  with Buildings.    Best of water records " free at that."  The Price is $250 per acre.  Here is an opportunity for the buyer to double his money within two years.  Good terms.  ROYAL  BANK CHAMBERS  KELOWNA, B.C. : t P. 0. BOX 304 91  The Orchard City Record.  Thursday, July 26  Communications  Uttdsr tfala heading c-ommtit-lcatlona will i  ba raealsad upon anu aublaot ol Intaraat. '  Letters muat ba aigned, ba brief, scold '  paraoaalltlea.   Tha Editor does not nse  aaaarllq endorse opinions yloen belou).  The Meat Question  To the Editor of  The " Kelowna Record,"  Dear Sir,���May 1 through the  medium of your valuable paper be  allowed to offer a solution to this  vexed question, which any individual may adopt ? It is (imply ���do'  without. Nine-tenths of those who  read this will at once say they  can't; that being about the only  reason most meat eaters have for  eating meat -that they can't do  without.  1 used to firmly believe the same,  but having four months ago entirely  given up meat owing simply to  the fact that I found 1 was paying  a very high price for what waa  very often an objectionable article  of food, 1 soon found (not at once)  that I could do just as much, if not  more, work without it than with it,  and that the " can't do without"  cry is entirely a fallacy.  1 am now doing anything trom  thirteen to seventeen hours per  diem of manual labor and was  never " feelinf? fitter."  Any vegcl���iioii vw',1 tell ihe same  ���lory and the system offers to any  one who cares to trv it for at least  one month three things - a solution  of the present meat trouble, better  health, and a reduced cost of living.  Yours truly,  S. M. GORE.  Dear Sir,���It is surprising that  in a province like B.C. and a district like Okanagan, famous for its  fruit, that one should be compelled  to submit to a monopoly of the  meat trade and to the risk of  ptomaine poisoning due to bad  meat in the hot weather, when by  the adoption of a healthy diet of  fruit and vegetables auch as this  district produces all such risk  disappears.  As a matter of 23 veins' experience 1 can speak for the sufficiency of this diet for maintaining  health and strength. It is a fallacy  to suppose that flesh food is  necessary even for those who do  manual labor. Many have tried a  diet of fruits, nuts and vegetables  with success and have generally  found that though they naturally  miss the meat at first they are  ultimately benefited by the change  and gain more energy, clear thinking and better health as a result.  In the recent boycott at Chicago  when so many, owing to the ex-  horbitant price of meat, adopted  for three months the more humane  diet above mentioned as a protest,  it was clearly proven to many that  flesh food was not a necessity, and  a great number adopted the fruit  diet permanently. It is no more  expensive, leas trouble, cleaner,  and offers a greater variety than  a dietary of fish, flesh or fowl, and  one has the satisfaction of knowing  that no sentient life has been sacrificed in order that his appetite and  palate may be gratified.  SIDNEY H. OLD.  Agricultural Lime  P. Brooke, Esq., Secretary,  Kelowna Farmers' Institute.  Dear Sir:  We have been advised by the  Deputy Minister of Agriculture that  a demand exists for the supply of  agricultural lime, and he has kindly furnished us with a list Farmers'  Institutes in which your name appears ; also that the department has  arranged very low transportation  rates with the C, P. R.  We have put in the necessary  equipment, and are now in a position to supply any quantity; at this  moment we have about 400 tons  on hand which we are desirous of  shipping immediately to save the  expense of shifting into store, and  for which we would give buyers  the benefit of saving in labor  charges made thereby.  Our staple price is $4.25 per ton  F. O. B. our shops, Atkins Siding,  but to August Ist we will quit the  above quantity at $3.75 per ton.  In certain cases we are prepared  to make special terms with regard  to payment.  The special rate quoted to Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Peachland, and Penticton is 16 cents per  100 lbs, with a minimum of 60,000  pounds.  At the low price named above,  and in view of the agreement amongst the various authorities of the  benefits accruing to farmers by the  use of lime, we hope your members  will accord us suppport, and also  take advantage of the present low  quotation.  We shall be pleased to have any  orders you or your members can  place, now or in the future.  Yours faithfully,  VICTORIA VANCOUVER  LIME & BRICK CO., LTD.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  NORTH KELOWNA SCHOOL  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed "Ten.  iln for School-house, North Kelowna,"  will be received by the Hon. the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon of  Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 1912, for  the erection and completion of a large one-  room frame school-house at North Kelow.  na, in the Okanagan Electoral Diatrict, B.C.  Plans, specifications, contract, and forms  of tender may be seen on and after the  lid day of July, 1912, at the officea of J. S.  McKenzie, Esq., Secretary of the School  Board, Kelowna. B.C. ; the Government  Agent, Vernon, B.C., and the Department  of Public Works, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria.  Each proposal must be accompanied by  an accepted bank cheque or certificate of  deposit on a chartered bank of Canada,  made payable to the Hon. the Minister of  Public Works, for the sum of $225, which  shall be forfeited if the party tendering  decline to enter into contract when called  upon to do ao, or if he fail to complete  the work contracted for. The cheques or  certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the  execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, and with  the actual signature of the tenderer, and  enclosed in the envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C.. June 29th, 1912. 33-4  Souvenirs Souvenirs  We have just received a  line of new Souvenir Goods  including Sash Pins, Collar  Pins, Brooches, and some  lovely new Spoons in all  sizes with Knox Presbyterian Church in the bowl,  which make very acceptable  presents to send to friends  at a distance. They are all  Stirling silver and good  weight. Keep your eye on  our windows for new  novelties.  W. M. PARKER lW./��ftal5  Crowley Block - Box 316 . Bernard Ave.  All repairs abstdulely guaranteed  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone : No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Csttrsd for  To All Parts of the Lake  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Between Preibyterian & new English churches)  Bedding   Plants  For Sale  Annuals    -        -    25c. per doz.  Bi-Annuali      -   50c.   .,     ,,  Perenniala- 5c. to 25c.   ���     ���  According to site  Vot Wants-Ferns  Aitjarague, Maidenhair. Pteiui. IS,   io25i   etch  Begonias, Coleua, Primulas, 15c. each  Lanluiiai, ?.\)c  each   Cyclamen, 25c. each  I i eih Cut Cucumhcta  Cut Flowera and Tomatoei at the and of   June  PALMER &R0GERS0N-Box 117  Telephone   -   86  ast year.  Hpl IE drawing was made  from a photograph of  the   root-cellar  with which   I).  A. Purdy, of Lumsden, Susk., won  a cash prize in lust year's contest.    In that last  contest there Wfte .16 prizes.    There will be three  times us many prizes (108) ill the  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST  "'HUS you will have three tiino as many chances of winning a cash  prize. You do mil have to liscuny certain amount uf Canada Cement  to win a. prize.    There are ahstilutely no "string" totm8offer.  There are twelve prizes for each Province (three of ?5il i three ol SJ5;   three of  H15j and three of fin) and you compete only with other farmer; i:i your own Province and not with those all over Canada.  It makes no difference whether you have ever used cement.    Many of last year's winners  had not used it until they entered the contest.   When you write for full particulars, wc will  send you, /rve, a book,  " What the Parmer Can Do With Concrete," which tells everything  you need to know about concrete.    It is absolutely free, and you are under no  obligation to buy " Canada" Cement or to do anything else for us.  Vy III IT: rout mme snd sddtei,  " mrlllHSi  1 you tl once the bi  Addiaas Public!!* Maaaxr  Caaaaa C.nsat Ceapaay Liail.J  pan. snd m.il It. ot u.e lettet at pott  nd lull pMUCul.t, ol the 1912 PrlM  504 Herald Buildin., Montresl  " Everybody's  Doing It Now"  Doing what?  Why buying from LEVITT, who can show the greatest bargains in Real Estate in Kelowna. Just think���property 1 sold  last fall has trebled in value and is rising all the time, to if  you want to make a good profit buy from me as 1 have equally  as good bargains as those I have already sold.  Come and talk it over.     A word to the wise is sufficient.  LEVI 1 1, The Homeseeker's Friend  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and 1 will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, o if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT, P0B  ox 495.   'Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block  Office open every evening after supper.  The Pioneers of Satisfaction  We Estimate You Will Buy Where Yo�� Get the Mast for tbe Least  Every woman should take her share of these wonderful  sample hose, the biggest single purchase and the most  wonderful bargains of the kind this city r as ever achieved.  Ladies' and Children's Hose, regular values 50c. and 60c.  Three Pairs for $1.00.  Men's White  Trousers  in Serge and Duck at the following  reduced prices:  eg. Prica  Sale Price  4.25  2.80  5.00  3.00  5.50  3.60  2.25  1.40  2.00  1.40  1.50  1.00  We have but a limited number of  these  Trousers  to  dispose  of   at  this reduction.  The Shirts  We Sell  wear as well as they look,  ���and they look splendid.  Values are ao good; they  easily bring us the biggest  shirt business in town.  New Summer Shirts  % I. $1.25, $1.50,  $1.75, $2 and $3.50  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telepho  22 Thursday, July 25  The Orchard City Record  W. R. GLENN & SON  (Successors to Daljleish It Glenn)  ���"  July 9th, 1912.  To our Patrons,-  We beg to announoe that with the beginning of the present month we have taken  over the entire business of Dalgleish *  (31 enn.  It is neoesBary for the proper transfer  of the business that all accounts due to  the old firm should be settled without  delay.  Thanking you for your patronage in the  past and soliciting your further favors,  We are,  Yours faithfully,  W.  R.  GLENN & SON.  'sefht^si*  MJik Jvouat maici M/y& youoami  JiVn. ahowrvd. mi ouAJtou without  Jt-J?~0 ������**!'������ /���������  i.s��h ��.f��wrt(l /���*!  you will have tboulle tubninf  abound in oub btobe Without $uy~  info leeauAeitti fullof new^fbe^h  fubniXubt fob (foub home, Sut  when you tubn into oub tfobe <fou  willnottubn aw&ywithout luyinf  what you want^ Seeaute youll  Und not only taUy fubnitube M  low pbieeir.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  "Wtviak, Horn* Happy."  Phon." 194 , P. O Boxl 2  CMce Crawley Bttak  LENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating ct General House Repairs  General House Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call at office if in town, 'photw or  write it at home.  AeGeMdKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Census Returns  The official returns ot the 1911  census of Canada gives the population of the federal constituency  of Yale-Cariboo as 56.382. Of  this number the males are 37,167,  and the females 19,215. The total  land area is given at 111,956,530  acres or 174,93208 square miles.  The number of persons to the  square mile is 0'32." The population of the whole of Canada per  square mile is computed at I '93  and of British Columbia I '09. The  population of the sub-districts of  the Yale-Cariboo riding is given  as follows: Kamloops 8,362; Cariboo 5.993 ; Grand Forks 2,814 ;  Greenwood 1,557 ; Kamloops (c)  3,277 (although the police census  taken during last winter gave the  city of Kamloops well over 4,000  people) ; Lillooet 2,898 ; Okan-  'agan 11,275 ; Similkameen 4,134 ;  Yale (part.) 6,588 ; Enderby (c)  835; Grand Fork, (c) 1,577;  Greenwood (c) 778 ; Kelowna (c)  S.663 ; Merritt (c) 703 ; Phoenix  (c)662; Vernon (c) 2,671.  Car Turns Somersault but  None are Injured  Bishop de Pencie'r and a party  of six others were returning from  Fort George and the . Cariboo,  when the great B. X. Company  Winton car, in which they were  being carried along at a speed of  15 miles an hour dropped over the  bank of the road into a rushing  stream ten feet below. The car  turned completely over but the  strong current carried it on. Strange  to say none of the party were  injured, and after a wait of some  hours a rescue car took them on  to Ashcroft. The bishop was most  active in helping to rescue those  of the passengers who were in  danger, and in recovering the  baggage.   Census Says Indians Are  Increasing  According to statistics just compiled, the Indians in Canada show  no signs of disappearing. During  the past year the population increased by a few hundreds, and  the total number in the Dominion  now is 104,000. On the other  hand the figures show that the  Eskimos are being slowly but surely  destroyed. There are now only  about 15,000 of this race in the  northern part of Canada. Disease  ravage and a lack of knowledge  of sanitary requirements are given  as causes for the decline.  Carp Spoil Fishing  in Osoyoos Lake  Some sad news for anglers is  conveyed in the report of game  warden Williams, that Lake Osoyoos in the Similkameen country is  full of carp. The course and  greedy fish have killed all the trout  and are eating up the weeds in the  'ake. The latter is a great grief to  duck hunters, for the weeds form  the chief food for the wild ducks.  Fortunately the carp are too sluggish to get past the Okanngan falls  into Okanagan Lake. The falls  will prove an effectual barrier to  the fish and prevent them injuring  the trout in Okanagan Lake.  em  World's Champion Typist  The world's typewriter speed  record for one hour's continuous  writing on unfamiliar copy was  broken by Mias Florence E. Wilson  of New York in the national con-  contests held under the auspices of  the National Commercial Teachers'  Federation, Miss Wilson copied  7219 words in the hour with 68  errors. Deducting five words for  each error this gave her a net score  of 6679, or an avenge of 115  words per minute. The former  record, held by H. O. Balisdell of  New York, was 112 words per  minute.  m  Andrew Lang, one of the most  distinguished of British critics and  poets, died Sunday of heart disease.  The Ottawa " Free Press " has  been convinced that both political  parties are lining up for a general  election in the fall of 1913.  Tobacco smokers and liquor  drinkers in Canada are rapidly  increasing the annual consumption  of cigarettes, cigars and spirits.  Henceforth the Railway Commission will allow no one to be  employed in the service of the  railways in engineer train service  without they nave first passed a  satisfactory indoor eye and ear  teat.  Dysentery ia always serious and often a  dengerous disease, but it can be cured.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy has cured it even when maliinarrt  and epidemic.   For aale by all dealers.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE OF  CANADA, HALIFAX. N.S.  Tho next examination for the entry of  Naval Cadets will be held at the examination centre of the Civil Service Commission  in November, 1912; parents or guardiani  of intending candidates should apply to  the Secretary, Civil Service Commission,  Ottawa, for entry papers before Ist October  next.  Candidates must be between the ages of  14 and 16 on Ist October,, 1913.  Cadets are trained for appointment as  Officers in the Naval Service, the course at  the College being two yeara, followed by  one year in a Training Cruiser, after which  Cadets are rated Midshipmen.  Further details can be obtained on application to undersigned.  G. J. DESBARATS,  Deputy Minister, Department  -  of the Naval Service.  Department of the Naval Service,  Ottawa, May 6th, 1912.  Leavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leavei Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  BEAR CREEK SERVICE.  FRIDAYS  Leaves Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  An ad. in the "Record'1  ia the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory tbe land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid far.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   -   $75,000  MONEY TO  LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,   LIFE,  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE  Now is your chance to secure what will soon be  The Best Business Property  in the City.   Block 33, on the South-East corner of Bernard  Avenue and Ellis Street has been sub-divided and will be  Sold on Easy Terms  Price $140 per front foot on Bernard Avenue.  Property situated no better than this is selling in other towns in the  valley for $400 per foot, and we believe this property will bring this  price in less than one year, but we are overloaded and must sell  something, so have decided to place this whole block on the market  at those prices for a quick turnover. This is a chance of a lifetime  for business men to get in and make some money.  jj  z  1  <  f,      ���  s  ���  >  <  ELLIS  STREET  Q  <  Z  9  u  I  ELLIOTT & COPELAND  Real Estate and Insurance Brokers  'PHONE 25 - - - KELOWNA, B.C. The Orchard Citu Record  Thursday July 2*  Weight  Quality  ^Square  GroceF  Store  Measure  lit C E-Zi^rUKP^u '  WANTED! 1  ��� ������I    ��� �����������,.��� IMaMI.Ill    ������tTH���lllfi        \mV  Value  To be "on the square" is so essential in our life that only those who  practice it can hope to win out.  Squareness means friendship between a s":orc and its customers.  ijN this rotk of honesty liaa our growing business been  ^-^ built. You find sixteen ounces to llie pound or four  quarts to the peck, in your piuclinaea the quality atul value  of our groceries arc as sure as the rising sun. Mir high  ���tandart! of our customers is a sate guide to our methods.  It is nice to know with whom you deal, isn't it? We are  always the same    the Square Deal Grocery.  specials ran Saturday:  Choice Bulk Tea (reg. 40c. lb.) 3 lbs. for $1.  Sardines in Oil, 4 tins 23c.    Best Japan Rice, 41b. 25c.  Polly Prim (the great cleanser) 3 for 25c.  Telephone    -    35  2 Cents per wcrdf, nrst insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  FOR SALE  I lorse. Harness and Rig. Cheap.   Apply  Box B, " Record " Office. x  TEACHER WANTED  (or   Westbank   School.   Second   class.  Salary $60 per month.    Apply, giving testimonials, flee., to the Secretary, Board  of  School Trustees, Westbank. B.C.        34-6  LOST   '  Bay Tilly; 2 yearB old ; branded H R  left hind -quarter, near tail. $5 paid to  anyone returning same to R. E. Harriss,  l:ive Bridges, Kelowna. 34tf  WANIED  by   young   man, Outdoor Work   of   any  description.    Not ton heavy.    In or out of  town.    Apply X.Y.X., " Record " Office.  35  TO RENT  Cement brick I louse nn Ellis street, next  but one to Baptist church. Possession  August 1st. Rent $M) a month. Lease  will be given (or one Hi two years. Apply  G. A. Fisher, Crowley Block. 35tf  TEACHER WANTED  for North Kelownn School (three miles  from Kelowna post office). Second-class  certificate preferred. Duties to begin  September Ist. Apply C. C. Prowse. Sec.  Board of School Trustees. Glenmore,  35-7  WANTED  Chore Boy. Must be able to milk. Private house. Apply Levitt's Heal Estate  Utl.ce. 35-6  ANNOUNCE:  PURE-BRED COLLIE FOUND  About 8 months   old.     I las  distemper.  Apply B, " Record Oll.ce." x  rHREE  ACRES   OF  FOR SALE  LAND  This land is part of Black Mountain  School Site and opposite Methodist church  at Rutland. Tenders lo be in bv August  15th. Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. Terms, half cash, balance to be  in ranged.  Apply S. GRAVi Secretary.  W-37 Rutland.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All binds oP Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Fxonomical Buyer  Preserving Season  again with us.  This is tlie season to get busy with  the preserving of your fruit.  Raspberries, Blackberries and Cherries need your attention at   once.  To have the best results you must  have the best goods and we strongly  advise you to preserve your fruil in  The  "Economy" Jars  They are Safe, Sanitary and Sensible, and if you follow the directions  your fruit will keep in any place  and any length of time.  Remember:  We sell  the " Economy " Jar and  we guarantee it.  Remember also:  We sell only pure Cane Sugar and  we guarantee that, too  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones : Grocery, 214;    Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  MENT  On Thursday morning of  next week, AUGUST 1st,  the new firm to be known   as   "The_  McKenzie  Company  Limited,'  will   begin   business   in  the east half of the  Kelowna  Furniture Co.'s  Store  We have puchased the  Grocery Stock and Fixtures of Thomas Lawson,  Ltd., and it will be our  endeavour to serve the  public at all times giving  every attention and ever  keeping  Quality & Service  as the watchwords  We ask you to call and  visit us and see the old  faces in a new place.  The McKenzie Co.   Limited   Snap on Close in Property  Four Lots $8,000  $1,000 down, balance to arrange  230 Acres 4 miles from town  Good Fruit Land.    $40,000.   Terms.  Lake Shore Lots  $500, on easy terms  LAKESIDE LOTS  are the best buying in Kelowna to-day  It will pay you to see them  F. R. E. DeHART  Sole Agent    -   KELOWNA  The Benefit of Publicity  will be felt nowhere more than in your own  business. It has been demonstrated times  without number that it is the bold yet intelligent advertiser who gets the biggest trade.  Haven't you noticed that ?  Bi  f" "        ' '' .rfSaf  ���   'A  UIHMUIIIIIIIIIM '  . |, ������   i "!��[[I|IHIH.  Woman's Rights  It is your inalienable right to demand in a range���  Economy, Promptness and Satisfaction. It is 'your  privilege to expect the same attention, progress and  efficiency in the things you use in your daily work as  have been brought about in other and often leu  important lines of endeavour.  The Gurney-Oxford is the foremost example of cooking efficiency.  The Gurney Economizer regulates all the drafts by  lifting or dropping one small lever. It keeps the fire  alive for hours with practically no coal consumption.  It saves 1 ton of coal in 6. The Gurney Economizer  is found only on the Gurney-Oxford range.  The Gurney-Oxford Oven is absolutely and always  heated the same on all sides and in all corners because  the heat is evenly distributed.  This is a sure and unfailing guarantee that whatever  comes out of the Gurney-Oxford Oven is crisp and  light and delicious���this is the final test and the point  most often advanced by those who cook on a Gurney-  Oxford, those who believe it is woman's right and  privilege to have in her kitchen the labor, time and  ���money saving principles embodied in the Gurney*  Oxford.  D. LECKIE  - Kelowna

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