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 Kclotxma  VOL IV.   NO. 51.  MtMtb  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. NOV. 14. 1912.  $130 Per Asssit  Meeting of  City CouaUi  More Money Needed for Sewerage System - New Hotel  Scheme Discussed  An extraordinary rush of business has kept the council fully  occupied this week, necessitating  four special meetings in addition  to the usual Monday meeting, and  several consultations in committee  besides.  There was. a full attendance  Monday, the" Mayor presiding. A  large part of the time waa taken  up will; hearing deputations on  various matters.  Messrs. J. L Macready nnd P.  Brooke brought up a grievance  of the residents on Wilson avenue  who had been promised street  lights last year, but as yet nothing  hnd been done. It wns very dark  in that part of the town and the  lights were badly needed. The  Light Committee was instructed to  see that lights wer* placed.  Mr. Macready also complained  of the removal of a portion of the  sidewalk on Richter street, which  had been taken up to grade Stock-  well avenue.  Aid. Copeland promised to hnve  the latter seen to as soon as possible. The sidewalks should have  been replaced as soon as th  street was finished but ithe wet  weather had interfered.  Mr. Brooke drew the council's  attention to the fact that the sidewalk on Wilson avenue had neverj  been finished. He had lately been  assessed for the cost of a sidewalk  which did not extend over all the  frontage for which he was charged  Mayor Jones said he had been  to see the place and found that for  some reason the sidewalk had  been stopped short several feet  of where it should have gone;  moreover it ended in a hole about  six feet deep unprotected by railings. It was therefore . dangerous*!  especially in the dark. If the sidewalk had been carried about forty  feet further it would have seached  ' ?j'e opposite side of the hole and  been a great deal more useful.  The Board of Works were nfter  some discussion authorized to continue the sidewalk the necessary  distance.  Mr. Ernest Clement had also a  request on the matter of sidewalks.  Some time ago, he said, the people  on his part of Richter Street had  applied for a sidewalk under the  Local Improvement Act, but had  been advised to wait owing to the  condition of the money market.  He had noticed lately, however,  that certain persons had been making applications tor temporary sidewalks. If anybody needed such a  concession he thought the people  of Richter street did. They would  even be agreeable to hnve gravel  spread along to keep them out of  ���the mud until such time as they  could get a sidewalk.  Mr. Clement was promised attention lo his request and withdrew,  T. Miynke, proprietor of the Japanese store, also having trouble  from the mud, wrote ssking to  haves crossing of sand made so  that customers could get into his  store.  The .Board of Works arranged  to look into tha matter.  Later on a deputation consisting  of Messrs. B. McDonald of the  Fanners' Exchange, F. Fraser of  the Canning Co.,- and Griffin of  Grar. Smith & Co., who nave rented the old cannery, entered a  strong protest regarding the mud  in then- yirt of the town.  ,Mr ��. McDonald said it was a  downright disgrace to the city to  expiut workmen and ladies of the  office staffs to tramp through the  mud to reach what were the principal business places of the town.  He thought the council should  make an effort at the very earliest  opportunity to put in, if not a permanent sidewalk, then a temporary one. The council had done  good work during the spring, making drains to draw off the water,  but most of these were now choked up snd the place was now almost impassable.  Lights were alao badly needed,  Mr. Griffin said that Owing to  Messrs. Grant, Smith & Co. moving  their offices here, a great many  rough   men   would   be   hanging  around that neighborhood and  as a matter of police protection,  more lights ahould be provided.  The matter of lighting waa turned over to the light committee wilh  instructions to see that lights were  placed where needed.  Aid. Copeland said the reason  a sidewalk had not been put in last  year was because of the fill near  the old cannery." It had been  thought advisable to wait and give  it a chance to settle.  It was ultimately decided to put'  in a temporary two-plank wulk  which could be taken up next year,  ed difficulties and expenses due to  the nature of the soil, and the condition of the labor market, the original appropriation for laying the  main sewer, pumping station and  disposal pipe would be inadequate  and thnt a further aum of $32,000  would be needed.  1 he first appropriation of $35,-  000 had been almost expended  and to prevent a shutting down of  the work it would be necessary to  put through a by-law without delay.    '  In discussing the matter the committee had decided to  divert  Discussion then  turned to" the ' unused $2~0,rjw7o"teJfoTpeVman.  tobacco Co.'s, and the  other  ap- ent work on  the  streets, and  to  plications for temporary sidewalku  The council were plainly reluctant  to establish a precedent, it being  felt that if such a concession was  granted in one case, they could  not very well refuse it to others.  Aid. Sutherland thought the city  should adhere to its policy of putting in sidewalks only upon the  local improvement plan.  A good deal of discussion centered round this matter before it  was finally decided to pass the following resolution: " I'liat the Board  of works be authorized to have  temporary sidewalks constructed  on Coronation avenue to Richter  street, thance south to Wilson avenue, thence west.pn Causton ave.  to Ellis street; also' on Fuller ave.  from Ethel street to Richter stre, t.  These walks to be constructed of  two planks, each ten inches wide,  cost of same to be taken from new  street opening fund."  On the recommendation of Aid.  Millie, the insurance of $700 on the  Fire Hall was renewed, nnd an insurance of $1,500 placed upon the  contents. The city clerk pointed  out that the content* of the city  office were not protected by insurance, and it was decided to take  out a policy for $750.  A little dust was raised at this  point between the Board of Works  and the Mayor over the repairing  of the sidewalk near the sawmill  office. Aid. Copeland claimed  that he had ordered the man in  chnrge of the work to use the old  planks over again, as the only object was to make the sidewalk safe  and not to renew it at the city's  expense. Someone, however, dur-  his absence had instructed the man  to use new planks, and he had been  informed that this '* someone " was  the Mayor.  Mayor Jones, however, indignantly denied having given any  instructions in the matter. He made  it a principle; never to interfere  with the work of the various com-  mittees.except in very trifling matters which needed immediate attention.  By-law 116, relating to the widening of Pendozi street was finally  passed.  Mayor Jones said the residents  of Glen avenue east of Ethel street  had asked for a hydrant. The  committee was instructed to see to  the matter.  A resolution was passed approving the action of the light committee in ordering a car of poles.  The following accounts were  passed:  J. Comalte, sower lime cheque  K. G. Ditto  I). Roaeie  P. Cornelia  G. Cornelia       ��� ���  G. Vuanello  V.Bate    D. Maatra ��� ���  F. Talari ��� ���  L. PeUriao      ��,, ��� .  A.Moatillo   j. Corbet!        '��� .  A. Nora"  A. Anderson     ��� ���  J. Johnaon ��� \,  W. Ryan, work on waterworks  K. Smith, work on pole line con. ���  Simpson, Balkwill fr Co., eup. for  power houae ....  Northern  Elec. and Mfg. Co., eup.  .for power house    ...  D. McMillan, digging ten grave.   -  G. Markliam. cleaning fire hall and  office for October   ���  Palmar or Rogaraon, flowers for  presentation to H.R.H. Duke of  Connaught      ....  P. B. Willits * Co., atationery for  October   Kelowna " Record," advertisement,  ate. n  W. R. Trench, stationery  G. Dillon, watering streets and grad  ing for October .  t'.. Blackwood, teaming on atreeta -  H. Burtch ��� ���  Ok. Telephone Co., 'phone and  'grama for Oct.       ...  4*7  1.33  9.00  4.67  4.67  4.67  6.00  13.67  13.00  13.67  10.00  12.00  16.00  21.67  26.05  8.71  6.00  16.29  290.88  50.00  10.60  4.00  4.00  280.02  1.00  52.40  59.65  30.65  16.18  A short meeting was held Tuesday to consider an application from  the sewerage engineer for more  funds. Prior to the meeting a com-  miitee of the whole council went  into the matter with Mr. Mitchell,  who stated that owing to unexpect-  rnise a further loan of $20,000,  and the necessary by-laws were  given a first reading.  Mr. Mitchell was asked to embody his request in the form of a  report (given below).  On Wednesday morning the  council met again. The city engineer, Mr. A. K. Mitchell, submitted  the following report bearing upon  the need for more money to complete the main sewersga system :  Report of Sewerage F.ngineera  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna, B.C., ./ ,  Gentlemen,���We present hen  with a summary of the sewer  construction expenditures to November I. 1912. $28,569.82 has  been expended on the main works,  i.e., the disposal plant, the force  main, the pumping station, and the  main sewers to the alley north of  Bernard avenue. The estimated  cost of these main works, completed, is $67,133. T'<ese figures  are exclusive of the price of the  pumping station lot, but are inclusive of the additional cost of the  extra length of sewer necessitated  by the change in location of the  pumping station.  Total   expenditure,   for  main  worka to Nov.   I       -       - $28,569.82  Estimated  coet  of   completed  main works       - ���    .       .   67,133.00  Estimated    amount ^^^^   ^^^  for completion -      .      .   38,563.18  engineering and  material for  other aewera to Nov. I . 1,768.72  Total expenditure to Nov. I - 30,338.54  Many contingencies which it  was impossible to foresee have  contributed to the expense of construction up to this time. The  unexpected character of the ground  the amount of trench water, and  the condition of the labor market  have been the chief difficulties  with which we have had to  contend.  Excavation has shown that the  strata are non-uniform in the extreme, and that there exists large  bodies of quicksand and gravel  which were not intersected by the  preliminary test pits.  In sinking the pumping station  sump tnere was encountered a  stratum of quicksand heavily charged with water, which caused two  serious blow-outs of the bottom  and which necessitated a great  amount of additional digging,  sheathing and-sealing. 'This was  at last overcome, and the concrete  work of the station has been completed. Thick bodies of coarse  gravel in the neighbourhood of the  creek crossing have made almost  prohibitive the continued hand  driving of sheathing, but it had to  be continued until pilndrivers could  be obtained from the Provincial  Government. With the present  driver piling is being done with  the maximum possible economy,  yet occasionally hard ground makes  it slow and difficult.  Due also to quicksand and gravel  formations, the amount of trench  water has been msny times that  which had been expected. This  has led to an enlargement of the  pumping plant, and an increased  cost for its operation, together with  that due to the contingencies nnd  delays on account of breakdowns  which are inseparable from continuously run gasoline engines.  The extreme difficulty in securing competent foremen and skilled  labor has forced us to bring many  men from the coast, until, by a process of selection, the most efficient  organization'has been obtained.  Comriton labor has been even  more scarce, and most of what is  at hand has been unaccustomed to  sewer work. Even so, to men in  the ditch bottom, we have had to  give higher wages thsn the standard. Most lahor has preferred llie  dry work with camp quarters which  is now so prevalent at the railroad  and irrigation camps, and the absence ol suitable living conditions  in the city has forced many of the  men to leave.  Thr estimates for the completed  work have been compiled on the  basis of the unit costs of the woik  to date which has been executed  under the preaent conditions of  labor and equipment.  The organization and conduct of  the work is now as efficient as it  can be made under present labor  conditions, and most of the equipment justified has been obtained.  The deepest and most difficult part  of the work has been complatsd  and with the advent of winter the  labor market should improve.  Even with occasional temporary  shut-downs during cold snaps, it  will be more economical to continue work during the winter than  to disband the organization and attempt to gather a new one in tho  spring.  Yours very truly,  CANAVAN & MITCHELL,  per A. K. Mitchell.  Accompaning the repoiTwere itemised  coat eheete covering the work deaa up le  November let.  Mr. John Rowclilfe submitted a rough  aketch of a aubdiviaion of a lot on Pendon-  atreet.  Meyor Jonea ateted that tbe new hotel  syndicate had held a meeting and had  prepared an agreement with the city. The  agreement ceiled for the expenditure, ea  had alreedy been published, of $5,000  upon the city park within three years, and  $1,000 each year after. The payment of  the latter $1,000 waa to ba conditional  upon the reteining of a license from the  city, The mayor seid he had eubmitted  the agreement to Mr. Billinge who had  declared thnt the latter elauee and one  undertaking to guarantee the ayndicate  repreaentetion on the park board were  illegal, and could not be entered into by  the city.  Aid. Sutherlend auggeated aa a meena of  simplifying mattere that the exchange of  land between tbe city and the hotel com.  pany ahould be upon a straight ceeh basis.  That the company be required to pay a  fixed aum for the exceaa of land acquired  by them in the exchange over that turned  over to the city.  After conaidereble discussion thia  amount waa fixed at $7,500 and (it was  decided to eak for a meeting with those  intereated in the hotel and put thia proposition before them.  In the nfternoon a deputation consisting  The proposal of the council for a payment  of $7,500 they considered entirely unreasonable, and aaked for a straight exchange  of the land without any monetary cone'd.  eration whatever. The great benefit to tha  city of tbe hotel they proposed to erect  would justify the council in taking each a  step.  The council, however, refused to eea it  in thia light and tho deputation withdraw  without any decision being arrived as.  By-laws No. 119 and 120, for raising  money for sewerage purpose*, ware read  a third time and arrangements made to  hold a public meeting to diacues the met.  ter on Thursday next, November 2let  A letter from Dr. Boyce giving ��� notice  of appeal against his assessment was ordered filed as being too late for consideration.  The following accounts were passed for  payment .������  E. J. Nicolla, sewer time cheque  A. Johnaon        ��� -���  W. Hilchey       ���  J. Frank  C. P. ft., freight    . .  Kel. Sawmill Co., lumber for eewer 1098.95  Collett Bros., teaming, sewer ace ��� 13.50  Ok. Telephone Co., telegrams for  October, aewer account * a  Dr. Knox, professions) services  sewer account .'...'������;.  Kelowna Hoapital Soc., sswar ecc-  Can. Fairbanka Morse Co., .  Letson fit Burpee, aewer supplies .  Laka View Livery, teaming .  Wm. Haug, sewer supplies .  Ok. Lumber Co., lumber for sewer. ._  Kelowna Carriage Worka, aewer ac. 256.00  Mor.-Thomp. Hardware Co., sup. . 96.36  Provincial Government -       .        .41.55  Will Hold Winter  Poultry Show  Kelowna Poultry Association  Arrange Event for January  The growing interest which is  being shown throughout the district in the poultry industry, has encouraged the local Poultry Association to go forward wilh arrangements for the holding of a Winter  Poultry Show. The final decision  to undertake this enterprise was  reached at a meeting held last Wednesday evening.  The show which will include  poultry, pigeons, and pet. stock  generally, will be held during  the first week in January, and if  the enthusiasm of the members  counts for anything it will be the  biggest of its kind in the valley.  Of course a show like this can  not be carried through to a successful Issue without the support ef  the merchants and ihe general  public, and the executive are hoping to enlist the generous support  of the residents and business men  in the giving of special prizes. All  who are interested in poultry can  help on the project by joining the  Association and thus swelling the  membership and incidentally the  funds at the disposal of the executive. The membership now stands  at 53, not a bad showing, considering the short time the Association has been in existence���but it  might be much larger.  Poultry keepers all over the province are beginning to see the  wisdom of combining, not only for  the pleasure and mutual assistance  afforded by local shows, but also  ultimately for the formation of a  marketing organization, which will  enable poultrymen. to reach out  beyond the local trade, good as  it is in most places.  The supply of poultry and eggs  does not yet begin to meet the de.  Rutland News  Baked  Miss Gladys Bird has accepted  a position in tha stars.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Crowereft returned frem an enjoyable visit ta  the coast the ether day.  Mr. Frank Roy loft last week for  Montraai, wberc ba intends to  spend tha winter.  Tenders for lha eraeiiea of lha  new school aro being otllad far,  S. Gray haa charge of tbe plans  and specifications, not J. V. Wool-  say, as advertised.  Rutland School Hoaor Roll  of Messrs. DeHart, Pooley, Coeens, D'Eath Ruanda for home consumption in  J. F. Burne. DuMoulin and Dr.. Diclnon British Columbia, which annually  Doyce  and   Knox, welted on the council.   .  14.22  23.33  13.00  24.33  233.94  9.00  ' 27.00  . .40  . 46.51  340.00  108.60  500.74  313.24  imports immense quantities of  these products. It was to alter this  state of affairs discreditable to an  agricultural province like this that  the Provincial Poultry Association  was organized under the care of  the Department of Agriculture with  branches in various parte of the  province.  On January 21st to 24th, it might  be mentioned, there is to be a big;  central show at Victoria.  The local committee are endeavoring to secure central Quarters for the holding of the show,  but failing this, the exhibition build*  ing will be used.  The next meeting is to be held  in Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams'  office on Wednesday, December  4th at 7 p.m. Several members  sre bringing birds to this meeting,  which will be judged by the members. A paper will also be read  followed by a discussion.  The following are the names of  pupils gaining percentages worthy  of mention during the month of  October, as . relating to conduct,  regularity and punctuality and  atudiea in tho order named ���������  I. Division.  Dora Peaeo       , I 90 100  Earla McDonald f 88 100  Merriam Woolsey 88   96  Amy Fleming 84 100  Mildred Ford 89 100  Loraine Woolsey    I 82    93  Consuelo Woolsey I 88 100  Lillian Sproul 82 100  Verna Dalgleish 90   90  Blanche Ford 89   93  Wesley Barber 65   96  Edith Whitehead 84   98  Elwood Fleming 82 100  76  78  81  80  73  64  73  76  76  71  73  72  72  II. Division.  Second Reader���Leslie Richards,  Donovan Woolsey, Bert Dalgleish.  First Reader ��� Mary Woolsey,  Mona Woolsey, Mary Pease,  Evelyn Sproul.  Second Primer���Melville Leathley,  Carson Dalgleish, Netta Monford  and Elva Fleming, (equal).  First Primer, A.���Ethel Whitehead,  Nora White and Olive- White.  i (fltjual).  First Primer, B.���Henry Browa,  Verna Ford and Martha Woolaey  (equal), Clifford Renfew, Mar-  jorie Johnson, Robert Brosva.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own corrMpond.nl)  Mr. Gerald Powell has returned  from Vancouver and the coast  points and has taken up his resides on his rsneh. Mr. Cyril  Powell has, we hear, gone to England for the winter.  Mr. G. A. Batchelor is busy in  camp taking out a number of telegraph poles.  On of the improvements noticed  latley ia a road to the south of the  Somerset ranch connecting with  the government rosd.  Mr. P. Atkinson's cosy little bun-  alow is now  finished and  ready  at occupation.    Messrs.  Greene  and Lefroy, who were responsible  for the building of it, have gone to  Mr. P, II. L Seeley's ranch, where  well is under way preparatory to  laying water into the house.  Major B. Ulsley, provincial veterinary inspector, was a visiter here  on Monday last,  Mission Creek Notes  Mission Creek School  Honor Roll  Report for month ending October 31st, 1912. Names are in  order of merit.  Senior III.���Ruby Lytle, Rhoda  Lytle, Lizzie Munson.  Junior III.���Cyril Gillard, Alice  Pfyffer, Camillo Gaspardone.  Second Reeder���Roxie McClure,  Charles Swordy. ~  First Reader���Constance Gillard,  Beatrice McClure.  Second Primer���Michel Mornac,  Violet Gordon.  First Primer. ��� Alick Gordon,  Dsn Lytle, Thos. Swordy.  Mr. John Dilworth was in town  this week leaving Wednesday for  Victoria,  The Rev. S. D. Chown. D. D.,  general superintendent of the Methodist church in Canada will preach  in the Methodist church here next  Sunday evening. The public are  cordially invited. Dr. Chown will  address a public meeting in the  church the following Monday evening nt 8 o'clock. Tlie subject of  the address will be, "Education  and the Proposed College Union  of the Methodists snd Presbyteriana  in this Province."  Chesterfield School v.  Towa Boys  A somewhat new incident in  the sporting side of our already.  varied life took place last Saturday,  namely, a " soccer " football match  between the boys of Chesterfield  School and a team made up for  the occasion from other boys.  Some excellent play was shown  on both sides, considering tke  short time since most ef these en  either aide had learnt anything of  the gome. The Town (ae we saay  call that aide for short), wore unfortunately two players abort, but  made up ter it in energy ead seel.  The result was a wis for th��  Chesterfields by one seal to ail.  Tho Town as near as could be  made a " rueh-it-lhrough " goal in  tbe aecond half, but it was saved  by inches, chiefly by the good  efforts of the Chesterfield School  foalkeeper and   full  back.   Tbe  own goalkeeper, Buck, made one  or two very good saves also.  Among so many wbo did well it  is difficult to pick out any aaases.  Crowley snd Copeland, however,  did great things on the Town side ;  while one each of the Barleee,  DuMoulins.Grovea and Parkinsons,  excelled on the Chesterfield side,  not to mention little Butler at full  back. Mr. Bennett made an excel  lent referee.  A pleessnt feature of the game  was the good temper, sportsinan-  ahip and absence of roughness  shown on both sides.  The spectators were most enthusiastic, end we sdvise all to go and  see the next match,--(con.)  Mrs. Geo. Herdie left Sunday  for Seattle, to visit her son.  A public meeting is to be held  Thursday evening next in Ray-'  mer's Hall to discuss the money  by-lawa necessary to raise money  to complete the sewerage system.  The Rev. E. W. Shepleford, B.A.  the Educational secretary of tho  Methodist church in British Columbia will preach in the Methodist  Church in this city nest Sunday  morning in the interests of Celtusv  bian College. The Orchard City Record  Thursday Nooember !4  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published evert; Thursday at the Office,  Keluwna, B.C.  fOfl.X LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Sulssription $1.50 per annum.  To United Siates $2.00 per annw  Adi'tiltsiriji  ntcs upon application,  Packing Schools  Announced  The Department nf Agriculture  i'n accordance will, ita policy of tlie  paat three year*, will continue  the  . Iruit packing schools during the  coming winter. Ihe packing  schools proved even more popular  iu 1912 than previously and it is  (Xpected, from the number of ap-  plirntions already in, that there  will be u great growth in the work,  ,th.it winter.    It is hoped   that  this  year'' school* will   be   placed    in  "every fruit district in the province,  . where**sufficient number of pu>  pits can be secured. .   ���  Ihe class of instruction   formal.-  .ed by the .experts,"employed by  t!i�� depaitment, in pievious yeHf;  has demon-t'r �����- ! ifp i-ffi i��!icv in  nurcMfig lhe competition ol Oirtfoh  .'aivd Washington in fruit packing.  1 hte experience and standing of  lhe    instructors  secured   and   the  ' confidence rep-osed in them by the  Department, guarantee to the fruil  growers the. highest class of instruction.  As in previous years the loral  sdminstration of the packing  schools will be placed in the hands  ' of a responsible local body, such  as the Farmers' Institute, lhe   Fiuit  ���Growers' Association or the Board  ��f Trade.  The Depaitment of Agriculture  provides the instructor and pays  Ins expertses. Ihe Department  wiJI.also bear the cost of the packing paper, the fin it and al! other  li-gitirnat'* expenses, except that of  tlie secretarial work, which it has  been found most satisfactory to  leave tp local arrangement.  The responsible organization in  each case will be required to guarantee a minimum of twelve pupils  but not more than fifteen, with the  proper qualifications, at a fee ol  three dollars each, to take the  twelve lessons of two "and a half  hours a lesson, the school extending-over one week. In a limited  m��mber of districts a double packing school can be arranged for, in  which the minimum guarantee will  be twenty-four pupils, but not more  than thirty, for the same number  of lessons. The guaranteeing organization will also arrange for  and bear the expense of the hall,  its heating and lighting.  1 he half for fifteen pupils mu��l  be at'least 30ft by 15ft., and well  lighted. It must be heated sufficiently to prevent chilling of the  fingers of.the packers, and to prevent freezing of the fruit at night.  .The Department will, so far as  possible^.use local fruit. At the  time of making application for the  par king school, you are requested  to, reserve fruit at the rale of 21 to  3 boxes per pupil. The bardie i  varieties, such as Ben Davis, aie  preferred. Fruit must be in goorl  condition, but need not be graded  and pone should run under 2\  inches in,diameter. The Department will pay the legitimate market price for this fruit. II local  fruit cannot be secured, the  Department should be expressly  notified and will undertake to  secure same.  The instructor will bring with  him the necessary parking tables  and fruit pap*r, The Depaitment  expecls that he will be met on his  arrival,by some responsible person  who should provide him with all  necessary information, so as lo gel  the school under way without loss  of time.  It seems hardly necessary to  present the important advantages to be gained from the  packing school, particularly in the  way -of practical and (borough  instruction in actual commercial  parking;  ��� Pupils will learn in addition a  good deal aboul the methods and  equipment used by the most progressive Assnc.iati <n��r, will a!?o  learn a good deal of the interpretation of the Fmit Marks Act, and  will learn a great deal 'of value  about exhibition packing bv attending the packing school for  instruction.  Pupils who .gain ri score of 75  percent, for efficiency in the packing school, and who put up a  creditable pack for the Department  prizes the following year, may,  secure a diploma certifying the  same from the Department.  Communications  Undur this lieu.linn 'MiTiTiiiiiiivtil I'Mi'i n ill  be recelcttd upon miij subject uf lutoroHt.  l.t'!i-ci-!�� tiiiint be sifliied, be brief, aculd  personalitlen. The Editor does not tipc  essarliii endorse opinions qlcen beloiD<  To the Editor,  " Kelowna Record."  Dear Sir :--  May 1 be permitted, through  your columns, to ask a few questions regarding the site of the new  hotel which a certain syndicate  proposes to erect in our town ?  1st. Is the park the proper plnce  in which to locate a hotel containing a bar?  2nd. In the event of its being  located there and a member of lhe  syndicate plaCed on the Board, will  pot the park eventually become, to  all intents and purposes, merely an  adjunct to tbe hotel ?  3rd. Is it likely that the ladies  and children of the town would  feel as free to go to the park for  recreation and enjoyment after it  had practically taken on the character of " hotel grounds ? "  4th. Should the park continue  to be a place of games for young  men and boys, would il be well to  place a bar in such close proximity  to the sports arena.  5th. Would not the knowledge  that the bar was ther��- be a source  of great and continual anxiety to  those who are anxious to see their  boys grow up clean, true and  manly )  6th. Is there a single worthy  citizen of Kelowna who would   be  wi.Ung to jeopardize the interests  of his or any oilier person's boy  for the sake of adding a few dollars to the revenues of either towr  or syndicate ? '  7lh. If better hotel accomodation is needed, and it certainly is,  can no other spot lhan thia be  found in which to erect a building  I lint is, confessedly, for the use of  those who have no interest in our  town beyond a meal and a bed ?  ' 8th. Where can our city coun-  < il find a belter "slogan" to round  up this, as well as other business  with, than " Kelowna First ?"  "PRO BONO PUBLICO."  Corporation of the  City of Kelowna  By-law No. 119  A By-law for expending certain  moneys raised under By-law No.  114, being the City of Kelowna  Bernard Avenue and Pendozi  Street Improvement 13>-Law 1912,  nnd nol required for the purpose  for which the said money wns  raised.  Whereas under Ry-I.aw No. ! 14, known  ��� .ii tlir, Cily of Kelowna Bernard Avenue  unci Pendozi Street Improvement By-law,  1912, dolientures ol the par value of  Twenty. IKousanci Dollaia ($20,000) were  authored to be issued ior the purpose of  improving Bernard Avenue and Pendozi  Slreet;  And Whereas hy Section 174 ol the  Municipal Act, 1911, authority is given  Municipal Councils to submit for the (approval of the ratepayers a By-law tor the  purpoie of expending tlie proceeds of the  sale of die eaid debentures for some other  purpose;  And Whereas it" is deemed expedient to  expend the proceeds of the sale of the  said debentures for the purpose of establishing �� Sewerage System within the  City of Kelowna ;  Now, Therefore, the Mayor and Council of lhe City of Kelowna, in open riveting assembled, enact na follows:���  1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and  Council of the Citv of Kelowna to expend  lhe proceeds of the sale of the debentures  authorized by By-law No. 114 of the said  City for the purpose of establishing a  Sewerage   SyBtem    within   its   corporate  2. This By-law shall, before the final  passage thereof, receive the assent of the  electors of the City of Kelowna in the man-  ner provided for in Pint VI. of the Municipal Aci, 1911, and amendments thereto,  3. This By-law may be cited for all  purposrsas the City of Kelowna Sewerage  Works By-Law No. 2, 1912.  Read a first time by the Municipal  Council this 12th day of November, 1912.  Read a second time by the Municipal  Council this 13th day of November, 1912.  Read a third time by the Municipal  Council this I3th day of November, 1912.  Received the assent of the electors of  the Citv  of   Kelowna this day of  November, 1912.  Reconsiderd, adopted and finally passed  by the Municipal Council of the City of  Kelowna this day of ,  1912.   .���; Mayor.   , Clerk.  Take Notice that the above is e true  I copy of the proposed By-law upon which  ! the vote of the Municipality will be taken  I at the Council Chamber, in Kelowna, on  I Wednesday, the Twenty-seventh, day of  ! November, 1912, between the hours of  I 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.  G. H. DUNN,  City Clerk  . Is your husband cross? An irritble, fault  ; finding disposition is often due to a di9-  . ordered stomach. A man with good di-  1 vestion in nearly always good natured. A  ureal many have been permanently cured  I nf stomach trouble by raiting Chamber Jin's  | Tablets.    For sale by all dealers.  '���:��� "'���- '  ���^���^<: :.'>--^.-.-?;>.-:.   ��� :  ���improving your  ���walk like, this *>  '���iX/K held a co test last year iu which 36 prizes  were    ^^Jj  'j*   offered.  This year there will be three times as  many  piizcs C1P>J) and.therefore three tines as many chances for you  to win one of them.     You do not have to Use a large quantity o'  averiu-rjt  to win  a  prize."   Many of last year's   prize-winners used  COmpflfafivcly little  cement.  T'rlB COftfOl ii d]'. liMJqtD Mirer riiMcTindInoh),?  one ul tbrtc  R'Imi*'A"/  doei lhe amount of  crr.rj.i ii" ilrotlid i'l ikrMliijF prize wlunm..     Clan  i     i    <ii d'Jni; t1,- bet r-fi'iirte wr.rlf   (tbe ��l/e  r-">.!M'>HHfrrci.crJ.'' Ofatt"C" U (orwiHinitln tlie  I-   r (.-.,[ r'r-ve I ffetOflpttan ���'��� how, any pletr of  '    .  riittrrte'wwrk wjs.'r tir.  1TOO-.TS Norn,.-,  L__��  T.tM  '������',\r.yyx.j  . -V*  ���> *  War is a Terrible Thing  as those who have been following recent events in Europe  must know  The only way to obtain Success  either in  war or peace, for  a nation or individual,  is to Seize an Opportunity  when it presents itself.  Coming back to our own rapidly-growing city. Look  at the opportunities that are continually arising, and if  you want success you must act quickly.  j  Just think, property will never be so cheap again,  and who knows but by buying now you may be laying  the foundation of a successful career?  Come and see me and I can put you on to some"  real live wires.  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, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J.   LEVITT    p-O.Box495.   'Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block  Office open every evening after supper.  SUITS FOR MEN  Every man in this city who is contemplating the  purchase of a new Suit will find it to his  advantage   to   thoroughly  examine   our   line  We are sole agents in this city for the famoui  20th Century Brand  of Fine Clothing  and have no hesitation in saying that no higher  grade of clothing is being placed on the Canadian  market to-day.  Our range is very complete and comprise* all the  latest colorings in Tweeds and Worsteds. Our  stock is also complete in all sizes from 35-in. to  44-in. chest measure.  Our variety of the ROUGH BROWN TWEEDS  which have proved so popular this season is one  of the leading features of our stock.  Well-dressed men realize how much depends on  the cut of his clothes, and in buying from us no  doubt need be felt as to the correctness of even,  the minutest detail. The aim of the manufacturer*  of this brand of clothing has been to surpass the  high standard of efficiency already attained and we  feel confident that once a wearer of the 20th Century  Brand you will swear by it and consider no other.  Prices range from $20 to $35  ;  We would draw special attention to the swell line of clothing we are showing at  $15.00 per Suit  The siaes range from 35-in. to 44-in., and there are quite a  variety of Tweeds and Worsteds in both light and dark effects  These suits are exceptionally good values and at the price cannot be beaten  All One price tee window display $ \ 5.00  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 Thursday, Wooomber 121  The Orchard GityJRecord  LOOK  Experimental Farm for the  Valley  If you arc in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.    We carry the best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').    All kinds of    ,  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly  Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and   see   our  Btock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the tihie to give your order.  I\6p3.inng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purch;  purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,  I       Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  m  Pendozi Street & LawrenceAvenue     -      rvELOWNA  'Phone  150  Biilish Columbia will get another  Dominion-experimental farm ac-  cording to Mr. W. T. Macoun, Dominion horticulturist, who has proceeded to Vancouver island to inspect llse experimental farm located  near Sydney. Mr. Macoun elates  that an experimental farm will be  established in the Okanagan Valley  by next season. I Ie does not know  where the farm will be located in  '.he Okanngan district, but he has  no doubt that an experimental farm  would show great results in this  new and rapidly developing fruit  centre.  It is also intimated by Mr. Mac-'  oun that nn experimental farm  might, in the near future, be established at Fort George. This would  give the province five experimental  farms, lhe present ones being  located at Agassiz, Sidney nnd  Windermere.  Applicnlion will be made to parliament at the coming seBaion for  an ret incorporating the Canadian  Western Racing Association with  power to conduct horse races, athletic contests, entertainments,  amusements and exhibitions  throughout Canada but more particularly in Saskatchewan, Albeila  and British Columbia. Hie company will seek power to conduct  biAok-making, pool-selling, betting  and wagering upon the race  courses or other grounds of the  association during the actual progress of any or all the race meetings conducted.  Summerland people are busy at  present organizing a company to  fun a local canning factory.  The HudsonJBay Co.   pay   taxes  the city of ,  ng to $200,0(Ji  to the city of  Edmonton   amoiint-  ���0.  "���^.f  m\S. faomeloveh:-  now ti the time to fit trie house  \eady fokr IdsM and mnte\. w  haw ou\ new tio\v juU of $eau~  t'duC things that W'dl make youb  home Smile, you Cow a SeautifuC  home) don't fyu) So tttiy not Spend  Soma ol uoul ahhle and tomato  moneu to make you\ home (bafy-fy f  * KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Homes Happy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Belwtan Pra.byterian JinewEnsll.K etiurchea)  BULBS  Chrysanthemums  Carnations  PALMER & ROGERSON - Box 117  Telephone   ���   88  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVEnjUE,  KELOWNA.  1 he Progress Club of Vancouver  is taking up the matter ol erecting  a statue to Capt. Vancouver.  By-laws which it is proposed to  submit to the Toronto ratepayers  in January will call for an expenditure of about $10,300,000.  Saralr Bernhardt, the great French  actress, was attacked by a bear in  the Cross Menagerie in Liverpool  last Friday, and had a narrow  escape from injury or death. The  animal seized her and tore her fur  garments before it was beaten off  by employees.  The Toronto police have been  asked by the provincial police of  British Columbia to locate the relatives of " Red " Peters, whose body  was found at Suimnerlaiid, B.C.,  on Octobet 24. Peters once ran a  livery stable in 1 oronto und at the  time of his death was a teamster in  a railway construction camp.  The Canadian liner Royal George  ran ashore iu the St. Lawrence  river last week. The passengers  had to be removed in noats, arid  the big vessel itself lies in a dangerous position. To add-to the c''b-  aster the steamer Gladstone, with  7,000 tons of coal, has also ground.  ed near the Royal George,  1 he announcement has just been  made at Montreal ol arrangenii nts  to construct a railway from 1 hiJsou  Bay across the Peace River district and through to the Pacific  coast by the Alberta, Peace River  and Eastern Railway. I lie company has behind it some of the  best names in England.  Wenatchee's apple iron this  year it estimated at approximately  3,500 catloads or 2,000,000 botes.  The earnings ol the Indiana of  the Dominion aggregate over live  million dollars. The pursuit of  agriculture leads the list with i\  totnl of $1,484,347 to its credit.  Then the receive $ I .(> I (.,049 in  wages paid by white employers.  During August, September and  October 170 new post offices were  opened throughout the Dominion,  the majority being in Western Canada, to keep pace with the tide of  settlement. During the quarter  some seventy offices wcie closed,  of which thirty were in Ontario.  After eight years' constant warfare the Canadian Pacific and  Grand Trunk Railways have reached an agreement, and will go  ahead immediately with the conduction of a new union station al  Toronto.  " There could be no better medicine limn  Chamlierlin'a Cough Remedy. My rliildren  were all tick with whopping comh. One  of them wna in lied, hail a hh;h f^vri nnd  waa coughing up blood. Oui doctor nave  them Chamberlin'aCoURh Rsmedy end the  firat dose eased them, and t'ure Imlllea  cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson  ot Lexington, Misa. For sale by nil dealers.  Corporation [of the  City of Kelowna  By-Law No. 120  A By-law for raising the sum of  Twenty Thousand Dollars for the  purpose of constructing a Sewerage System in the Cily of Kelowna.  Whereas it haa been found neceBBary lo  raise sufficient money for tlie purpose of  conati noting a .Sewernge Syatem in the  Cily of Kelowna;  And Wheieas il is necessary for the  ani<! purpose to rftiifl by way of loan upon  the   credit   of   the   said City   the  sum   of  Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000), pay-  aid-; on the. First day of December, A.D.  1937, bearing interest in the meantime,  payable half-yearly, at the rate of Five (5)  per cent, per annum, the principal of such  loan when raised to be npplied for the  purpose aforesaid ;  And Whereat for lhe payment of the  said principal and interest it is necessary  to raise the sum of $1,450.23 in each and  every year ;  And Whereat the whole rateable land  or improvements or real property of the  City of Kelowna according to the lasl  revised assessment roll ia $3,034,625.00 ;  And Whereas the amount of the existing  debenture debt of the said City is  $313,500.00;  Now, therefore, the Mayor aud Council  of the City nf Kelowna, in open meeting  assembled, ennct as follows: ���  1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and  Council of the City of Kclownr* lo raise by  way of loan from nny person or persons,  body or bodies corporate, who may lie  willing to advance lhe tame upon the  credit of tlie said City, by way of the  debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum  of money not exceeding in the whole the  Bum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,-  1)00.00), and to cause all such sums so  raised   and   received  to   be paid into the  hands of the Treasurer of the said City  for the purpose and witli the objects hereinbefore recited.  2. It shall be lawful for tbe said Mayor  to cause any number of the said debentures to be made for the sum of One  Thousand Dollars ($1,000), bearing interest  at the rate of Five (5) per cent, per annum,  uot exceeding in tlie whole the sum of  Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00), and  all such debentures shall be sealed with  the seal of the City of Kelowna, signed hy  the Mayor, and countersigned by tiie  .Treasurer of the said City.  3. Tlie said debentures shall bear date  the First day of December. A,D. 1912, and  shall be payable in twenty-five (It) years  from the date hereinafter named for ttiis  By-law to take effect, at the Bank of Montreal, in tlie City of Kelowna.  4. The said debentures shall have cou-  pons attached for the payment (f interest  nt the rate of Five (5) per cent.- cr annum  on tbe amount of the said debentures, and  such interest shnll be payable half-yearly  on" the First day of June and December in  each and every year, nnd the signatures to  tuch coupons muy be either stamped,  written, printed or lithographed.  5. A rate on tlie dollar shall be levied  nnd shall be rained annually, in addition  to all other ratef, on the rnteable lands or  improvements or real properly of the laid  City sufficient to pay interest on the debt  hereby created during the currency of the  said debentures, and to provide for the  payment of such debt when due.  6. The sum of $1,000.00 shall be raised  and levied annually by a rate on all the  ratable lands or improvements or real prop-  erty in the City of Kelowna, in addition to  all oilier rates, for the purpose of paying  the interest on the said debentures.  7. The sum of $480.23 shall be raised  nnd levied Annually by a rate on all tbe  ratable land or improvements or fe>fLftrop-  erty in the city of Kelowna, in addition to  all other rates, for the pnyment of tbe debt  hereby cieated when due.  8. Il shall be lawful for the Cily of Kelownn from time to lime to repurchase any  of the said debentures at such price or  prices ns may be mutually agreed upon,  and all such debenturea in repurchased  shall forthwith be cancelled, and no reissue of any auch debenture or debentures  shall be made in consequence of such  repurchase.  9. This By-law shall, before the final  passage thereof, receive the as*ent of the  electors of the City of Ktli.wnn in the manner provided   for   in   the   Municipal Ad,  1911, and tmendino Acta.  10. This By.law shall come into foice  nnd take effeil on lhe fii st day of December, 1912.  11. This Bv-law may be cited for all  purposes as the City of Kelowna Sewerage WoiU By-Law No, 3, 1912.  Read a first time by the Municipal  Council th�� 12th day of Novemhrr, 1912.  Read a aratnd time J.y the Municipal  Councilthlt 13th day of November, 1912.  Read a third lime by the Municipal  Council this 13th day of November, 1912.  Received the assent of the electors of  the Cily of Kelowna this day of  November, 1912.  Reconsidered, adopted   and   finally  pas*  sed by (he Municipal Council of  (be City  of Kelowna (hit                   day of  . 1912.    , Mayor.    , Clerk.  Take Notice that lhe above is a true  copy of the proposed By-law upon which  the vote of the Municipality will be taken  at the Council Chamber, in Kelowna, on  Wednesday, the 27th day of November,  1912.  a II. DUNN,  City Clerk.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelown., B.C.  Residence 'Phone : No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds ul  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  wilh  Steam  and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Cattiett (or  To All Parts of the Lake  ! KELOWNA-WEST BANK  I STEAM FERRY  ��� Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  ��� Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  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. 108  An  ad. in  the "Record''  ia tho hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flower*  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  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  Call in and see our splendid new display of  CHINA  CROCKERY &  GLASSWARE  Select your purchases (rom a large assort-  merit of the choicest modern designs  Lamp Shades.  Electric Table Lamps,  & Electric Light Fittings  We have an exceptionally fine range of these goods  S  Marine and Stationary Engines,  Bicycles and Repairs, Launch Fittings  GEO. F. JAMES  PENDOZI STREET  P. O. Box 90  KELOWNA, B.C.  Telephone 54  IT IS NOW  pretty well known that we carry the highest grades possible  to obtain of Chocolates and other confections, of domestic  and foreign manufacture ; also of OUR OWN mate, and  our patrons ate satisfied that they are getting THE BEST  when buying from us.  A new and complete Una of  TOYS and Dolls  have just been opened, and it will be to your advantage to see  these lines before selecting the Xmas toys for your children.,  We also have a  full stock of Pipes (in easel  and  without),  Cigars and Cigarette Holders,  and Smokers' Supplies of all Kinds. .  Get the Habit���for the best go lo  ALSGARD'S Bernard Av.. Kelowna, B.C.  ttttttutt*****.  r__- The Orchard Crtu Record  Thursday, Nosember \Qr  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLEND1D  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisbloch cannot be excelled forsub-dioision purposes  In a ���ub-dioi8ion of this bloch eoertj lot would be a  PIRST-CUSS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City water aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and investors  in real estate tcill find it toorth their while to call at  our office and make inquiry into this offer.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelowna, B.C.  Yes, we have them  -the kind you have  been looking for. Stoves that,  y       once '" net," burn all night without requiring constant attention.  They are here in variety.  Coma in.  in style and pocket.  You can suit you both  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  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.  iltpjist  it  Jmt About Now is the Right Time  lo call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  .  Town and Country  Dr. S. W. Thayer left for thi  roast by Monday's boat.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh and Mr.  S. A. Warle returned Tuesday  from Victoria.  *  R.   Upton   went  down  to  the  coast on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Martin Renshaw  left Wednesday morning for a visit  to the coast.  Mr. Tom Morrison was a passen  ger by Wednesday's boat, bound  for Vancouver.  The ladies of Knox Church in-  tend holding a cushion sale on  December 5th. Look for further  particulars later.  Lum Lock this week disposed  of his now valuable property on  the corner of Abbott street and El  avenue, to Quon Kong Tape.  Messrs. Leguime Bros. & Co. are  building a new warehouse to the  rear of the store to replace the old  wooden building which formerly  stood there. -_  The Rev. H. S. Akehurst of Kamloops B. C, visited Kelowna on  Wednesday last, on business connected with the local lodge of the  Sons of England Benefit Society.  Mr. Thos. Cunningham, provincial fruit inspector, is to address a  special meeting of the Board of  Trade, to-night (Thursday) on matters of importance to fruit-growers.  Mr. W. Hutchin, who has been  superintending the packing and  shipping at Messrs. Stirling & Pit.  cairrn's during the season, left  yesterday morning for California.  Mr. P. Edmund Corby, architect,  has taken offices in the new Hew-  etson & Mantle block, Bernard  avenue, which haa been erected  from his designs and under his  superintendence, and is now practically completed.  The new stores on Water s'reel  are neating completion. The one  furthest from Bernard avenue  will be occupied by Messrs. Casorso  Bros, as a butcher shop.  Good progress is being made  with the new tobacco factory, Ellis  street, which is being built from  the design of Mr. P. Edmund  Corby. The brickwork ia up to  the first floor and it is expected  the roof will be on in a fortnight.  1 he first band practice held last  week showed good signs of the  enthusiasm with which the bandsmen are once again taking up their  instruments. Practice night ii  future will be Monday, and the  time of meeting 8 o'clock sharp.  Bandmaster Bornholdt invites anybody who has knowledge of an  instrument to attend the practices,  especially trombone players, and  is confident lhat by spring Kelowna  will be able to boast a good band  The second weekly meeting of  the Kelowna Brotherhood was held  in the Baptist Church on Sunday  lust. Mr. R. B. Kerr spok~ on  " Peace and War," giving special  attention to the question of the  awakening of Asia and ita possible  effects to this continent and Australia. Short speeches, mostly appreciative, were given by the chairman Mr. W. G. Clement, Mayor  Jones, Mr. D. W. Sutherland, Rev.  J. W. Davidson and the Rev. A,  Dunn. On Sunday, November I 7,  an effort is being made to secure  an address from the Rev. Dr.  Chown, president of the Ryreson  College of Vancouver, one ol the  main leaders of the Moral Reform  movement in Canada. A cordial  invitation is extended to all men  and the committee expect to have  a large attendance. In case of Dr.  C down's plans failing to meet this  arrangement, Mr. J. H. Davies will  pursue the subject introduced by  Mr. Kerr last Sunday.  Hie liuv,. appetite is often the source of  amazement. If you would have auch an  appetite talcs Chamberlin's Tablets. They  not only create a healthy appetite, but  strengthen the stomach and enable it to  rlo irr work naturally. For sale by all  lers.  INVISIBLE EYE GLASSES  Ara Our Specialty  In order to achieve the  very best results we use the  improved TORIE Lenses  and KEYPTOK Lenses,  the latest invention of the  optical science.  J. B. KNOWLES  Jeweler ��, Optician   -   Kelowna, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE. & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Bloch - -       Kelowna  P.O. Box, 09  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.CL.S..  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,  Phone 147.  B.C.  P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Royal Coll��se   of   Muiic,  nml lately  with Kendrick ryno,  Mm. Doc, Orianiat of the  Cathedral. Mancheater,  Enn.,  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At Ihe Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muaic   of   every   deacripa'on   .upplied.  P.O. oi��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  V. 0. Hum las 'Plione SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  R.cei.ea Pupil, et hia Sludio io lhe MORRISON  BLOCK for Leaaona in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 yeare' previoue experience    Will play for dencea  Address Box 257, Kelowna. B.C.   'Phone 67  COLLETT BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  I loraes bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of lieavy team  work. 'Pbone 20,  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR or BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  irigs.TWn and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Hiinnoiiii, Conn tcrpoin t, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Anociatc of the Royal College of Organist*, Lond.)  Give* leaaona in  the above  subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes   at  local  examination!  (Trinity  College, London)  15  yeara' auccesiful  teaching experience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENGINEER  Assoc. Mem. C*n. 3m. C. E        Gradual* Toronto  UaJvsrsfcv  WahMWork. and S��w��rM�� SjratM", Pumping and  LJfhtini Plante. Control* Con  KELOWNA,  ���inifltian. ate.  B. C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univeraity)  Residence :   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Messages  may   be  left at  the  office  of  Meters. Rattenbury Ac Williams  Misa FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R'.A.M. (London)  teachea correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna,  Or apply " Racord " Office.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plan aid Estimates  Furnished  Residence,   10 Lnwrenca Ave.  PHONE, M  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale ami Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  Phone 135  KELOWNA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona hall mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of' the town, lake and aurrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one CLENMOKE. Don't misa the opportunity of selecting a few acrea of this daairabla  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ahow you our sub.division  ��   WOODLAWN  ��  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.    Pricea low.   Tarma easy,  m monthly- payments if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. I.C.  i  GO TO-  Elliott & Copeland  Whwryowwantiat  BARGAIN IN REAL ESS/aTE  �� ni. ,a  They hare the best value* in the  City and District!  "Every Bajj* a. BSester,r"  Come and  see us   and'  get   our  pricea before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  'Phone 25  Real Estate and Insurance Broken  KELOWNA, B.C.  OK. LUMBER CO..Ltd  Are 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'.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES ! Thursday, NooeriAef- 4  Orchard Gitu Record  ULBS  If you expect to have  bloom for Christmas you  will need to get them  planted at once. Our  stock is going rapidly and  at present comprises:���  [ulips (assorted)  toffodils  (Single and Double)  taper White Narcissus  pheasant's Eye  Narcissus  ioman Hyacinths  futch Hyacinths  (Assorted)  haster Lillies  IICES:  \0c. per doz.  65c. per doz.  IB. Wits & Co.  &RUGGISTS arid STATIONERS  Kelowna.     B. C.  HONE 19  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA     :     B.C.  The Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church.  Holy Communion, first and  third Sundkyi in the  month at 8 a.m.; tacond and fourth Sundayi. after  Morning Prayer.  Litany on the first and third Sundaya.  Morning Prayer at 11   o'clock;   Evening Prayer at  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  First Sunday in month. Holy Communion atBa.m.  Matina and Litany, II tvm.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matina ana Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE. B. A.. Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Assist...! Prieet.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church. Kelowna,  Morning Services at 11 a.m.; evening services at 7:30  p.m, ��� Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at fl p.m.  Benvoulin Presbyterian Church,  Afternoon service at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m.  METHODIST ' -*  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sahhath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday at A p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. .A.. B.D.. Pastor.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.  Sabbath Services at 11 a.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.  Wed . 7.30. Rev?D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  md 7:30 p.m.  All welcome.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Geo.   Thomlinson  HARNESS  and Repairs  Get  ready  (or  the  cold  weather by  purchasing a good  Horse  Blanket  New stock just in  WATER STREET  Next to Dreamland  WILSON & HILL  REAL ESTATE  Business and Residential Property      Orchard and Farm Lands  We handle some of the choicest sub-divisions  in the City  of Kelowna, and investors can  be sure of   good returns on their money.  Investigate our sub-division of Block 26, close to C.N.R. station  site.   Lots 40 x 139 ft.    All good level building lots, and absolutely certain to rise quickly in value.   Price $300 up, on easy  terms lo- suit the small investor.  Call  and  see  us  before  it  is  too  late.  \  A Job will  Always Look Better  For Being Done  WELL  We have every facility for doing  Job Printing  HalfTone Work  Rush Jobs of all Itfnds  RECORD OFFICE  Short Courses in  Fruit Growing  The Department of Agriculture  has agai n arranged for short courses  in fiuit and vegetable growing to  be conducted by the horticultural  branch of the Department.   ���  'The meetings will be held here  in connection with lhe- Farmers'  Institute, although ihey are quite  distinct from the work of the latter.  The exact dates for the meetings  have not yet been decided further  than that they will !:><��� somewhere  between January and March of  next year.  In general character, these meetings are superior to the usual Farmers' Institute meetings ln the following respects: -  I he great majority of the addresses are given by permanent  officials of the Horticultural Branch  of the Department. These men  have studied conditions in the  province, and are well acquainted  with the numerous local problems  The meetings will extend over  two days, morning? afternoon and  evening. This permits of n  thorough discussion on all phases  of the'subjects in hand.  Special features will be practical  demonstrations in orchard practice,  planting, pruning arid spraying.  Special emphasis will be given  to the sludy of soils, their analysis,  treatment, cultivation, fertilizers  and manures.  Lectures delivered in the evening  will be illustrated.  Special lectures will be given by  the Deputy Minister of Agiic'ultur ,  by the Piairie Markets Commissioner, and by prominent fruit  growers.  Local fruit groovers will be asked  to take a place on the programme  and lead in discussion.  The series of lectures and dis.  cussinns will be framed in each  case to meet local conditions, and  lhe central idea of the short course  is to furnish real inspiration and  information for the best development of the district.  A partial list of subjects is as  follows : ���  1 The selection of orchard sites  and soils.  2 Buying nursery stock and the  choice of commercial varieties.  3 Propagation of trees; grafting and budding.  4 Soils: their origin and types.  5 The planting and care of the  orchard.  6 Soil cultivation.  7 Fertilizers for orchards.  8 The use of cover crops and  crops for green manuring.  9 Pruning.  10 The prevention of winter  injury to trees.  II Plant physiology: its importance to the fruit grower.  12 Insects and plant diseases.  13 Sprays and spraying.  14 The growing of small fruits.  15 Judging of fruits and exhibition standards.  16 Practical co-operation in buying and selling.  17 Economy in production;  simple book-keeping.  18 The markets for fruit and  vegetables.  19 Commercial production of  early and -late potatoes.  20 Celery, cabbage, tomatoes.  21 Profitable onion growing.  22 Fertilizers for vegetable crops  Amusements  Ed. and Louise Neal will be at  the Opera House on Thursday,  Friday and Saturday of this week  in a clever novelty balancing act.  This is a hair raising act in which  tables, chairs, couches, barrels, &c.  are juggled and balanced with remarkable dexterity. Max Shaul,  America's youngest vocalist, will  alao appear with this company in  character songs and dances.  Manager Duncan has been very  successful in securing some excellent vaudeville turns this week. The  novelty bag punching by Southwick  anc Darr, brought down the house  with round after round of applause  on every appearance. The pictures  have also been of exceptional merit  particularly " Undine " a two-reel  " Thanhouser" shown last Monday. It is considered one of the  beat pictures ever shown in Kelowna.  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  Don't waste your money buying i.rsngth.  ening plasters. Chamberlain's Liniment  ������cheaper and better. Dampen n piece  of Mammal with it and bind it over llie  affected Iparta and it will relieve the and  soreness.   For sale by all dealers.  *3m:.-��.'"'. -.': ���':*:  ���n       'n" 11 'I "   If filSIMi II1 IWlTaTMhillHUI  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Co��l mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd AH.eria, the  Yukon Territory, tlie North-west Territorial, ami in n poiiim. of thtV Province of  British Columbia, may he leuacd for a term  of twenty-one years ul an annual rental of  $1 nn Here. Nol more limn 2,560 acre* will  be leased lo one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in peraon tp the Agent or  Sub-Agent of tlie district iu which the  righta applied for are (situated.  In surveyed territory the land   must   he  descubed by sections, of lentil subdivisions ���  of sections, pud in unaurveyeil territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be nrrorjipnnied  by n Ire of $5 which will be   refunded   if  the rights applied for are pot available, but  not otherwise, A royalty fIihII be paid un  tlie merchantable output ��f tlie mine nt  the rate of fivfl cents per ton.  'I he person operating the mine shall furnish the Afjenl wilh sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined nnd pay the royalty thcn.-on. if  the coal mining righto f>rc not being operated, such returns shn-dd be furnilhed at  least once a year.  The lease will include, the rnn,| mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessaty for the  working of the mine at the rale of $10 an  acre.  For full information application should  be made to the secretary of the Department  nf the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. \V. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.D.���Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  : S^C <Ji1' '':5G* ";*<3*$/��- ��� i'��mTJ3tTt', BwSlJiWiaWBW WiiWSMi^fnWin^  Xmas Earrings  Due to tlie increased demnnd (or Earrings, we  hnve decked for the Xmos Sen.ion n LARGE  ASSORTMENT, so that yim ���n find here  ���Penrl Earrlnga at prices tliiil will interest you.  Wr ol��o have a lew pairs ol Eonings in  genuine Sapphire, Amethyst and Turquoise, &c.,  that are the very newest.  Xmas Brooches  These me always very popular as gifts.  Our 10-karM line fiom  $2  upwaid   is   larger  nnd nine vnii(;d than usulI.  We are ofTering many pretty designs to match  the above Earrings���an Idea that has become  very pupul..r this season.  I  IS  ! ���  a��k'*L.  ecKiets  The Necklets most worn this season a<f small  nnd dainty in design, act mostly with, 8cm>-  precioUs. stones of Amethyst, Topuz, Gurnet,  Turquoise, c<c.  The idea seems rather towaid itnollei UrOpa  than larger ones wmn for some seasons.  We cannot attempt to describe these articles,  but invite your inspection assuring yen il shall  always be onr pleasure to show any articles you  might wisli lo see.  J. B. KNOWLES  XMAS PRESENT SPECIALIST  -  KELOWNA, B.C.  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, nnd true lo  nnme. We have st-lected  our scions and buds from  the ijest bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow lhe prize  fruil, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest upple  shows in the woild.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stctk.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  f" '���' '.'���    ...-v  ���  ���   ���. *' :���......"  Phone" 194  P. O  Boxl 2 .  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Decorating & General House Repairs ,  General House Repairs will be \  speedily attendee) to and abso- j  lute satisfaction guaranteed,     i  Call   at   office   if   in   town, 'phone   oi  ,  write if at home.  ,���W����m.'!i,:i .   |      .  ^%'|f|!' MM   II  rlMlillllllll,  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and   Gents'  Rubber   Heels  of the Best Makes  Woman's Rights  It is your Inalienable right to demand in a range���  Economy, Promptness end Satisfaction. It is your  privilege to expect the same attention, progress and  efficiency in tho things you use in your daily work aa  have been brought about in other aud often less  important lines cf endeavour.  The Gumey-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 houra with practically no coal consumption.  It saves 1 ton of coal in G. The Gurney Economizer  is found only on the Gumey-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 nnd the point  most often advanced by those who cook on a Gumey-  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  Try a " Want" in the Record  U���  _ Th« Orchard Ot;; Record
Thursdmj, November 14
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The increasing cost
of living  lias  hit  us  as
hard as it has hit you, It hns meant
fewer sales mid smaller profits lo un.
We have had to sit down and consider how to overcome llie trouble,
We have had to find better markets
and buy our goods more keenly.
Bu' th1? ■.•'"'ity has been maintained
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY:
Choice Sultanas - - 3 pks. 25c.
Herrings in Sauce- - 2 tins 25c.
Choice Jams (Wagstaffe, &c.) 5-lb. pail 75c.
Choice Bulk Tea - - 3 lbs. $1
Pure Apple Cider -       -    50c. gallon
| WANTED I I!
'.'. Cents per word, First inaerUM. and .
1 Can) pai word cm h sua«aquen>t
inse**tioit. minimum 23 en'.s.
FOR SALE    *
Pony, Harness ond Cart.    Pony in quiet i
: to ride or drive.    Cart tn I harness art. in [
Riiod running onW,   Price  ond  further
particulars npply l3ox H4, kelowna,      37tf \
WANTED
]     rVmnle  Help to work  in   lhe   cannery  I
, Good board nnd rnnm fiimiaried, JiJxeellent
•"w.if.'fB (iiiarontkfed.   I he Kelownn Canning ■
Co., Ltd. 40tl
WANTED
Plain sawing, children's clothoa or yen-
end do:.-T,>l.i- g,    Apply Dox 436. *   .
FOR SAIK
" Blick "  Pvpi ■ m iier, p«rf< nl  condition,
Cheap.   Apply " Record" Office,        >.    ]
WANTED
|    200 live Chickens.     ArpV  St.  Lcmi
j Cafe. 46tf
WAITRESS WANTED
i    Experienced.   Apply St. Louis Cafe.
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(OR SALE
I    Whippv pnlo Saddle, $25 [ Lai  e Hi ntei
(box), 17 ins   long, $10;   Heavy lancing
I wagon, $60.   Childers, Box 214        <7fi
*    ^   TO RENT
Iwn-atnll Stahle, on Park avenue,    An-
ply Horroclts, Second Ilsnd Store.       4Q\f
[ICE TO CONTRACTORS \\
LED I ENDERS,.upr racri'.cl " Pen.
r Mack M .iirri..in School," will be
••I I.i tin Htmourabla  |l a  Minister
i it,
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(i   be   the
Dairying Province.
I hi       contains more nu-
triment lo the pound than
fresh meat.
25c. per lb.
Do you realize tire
pleasure it would
give your friends
to receive a
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| the 27th day of -November, 1912, for tfc
erection and  completion   >>t   a   four-rqpir, j
; pchnolhouse, to he built d   brickv .>rk on '
concrete   foundation   nl   B!»clt   Mountain.
' in tlie Oknnagftp Electoral Di«irict;"!J.C
j     Plans, specifications! contract and for hip
. uf   ti ■ \--. may be seen on .md  (jfter !.<<■
6th da;  rf ts'ovembjr. 19-12, h! the office of
L. Norn*, Esq., Govt lent Agent, Vef-
i • ■  . ;   !    V, W nli: /,  lv. i ,  Secretary of
Mel*   „\     MaImbp    Pnlla    Schuol UoaiJ, R llahd {   and »he Depart-
Made  at   Melrose   l ails, moiit .nv,:h. it iC>i pir|iom?n, li<in.
s\       ' * i •  1     •     I finafl. Vic'cjria, B.C.
V n'.ano, Which  is  known      1. c|,      ,„ V must I s accompanied hy
nn ao   pi id bank cheaue or eertifirate of
»est    CuCeSe*'Ideposit on i< chartered   Ionic ■< f  Canada,
mode pnyablu t'» ihe Honourable the Mi:i-
.     I        |    trict of   ihe'Bi:! W of Public Works, lor a aum equal to
-    10 (n\ cent, of the lender, which shall I e
forfeit! rl if ;iit* party tendenng decline*to
'inter i .'-• contract when called upon to
do so, or it he fail in r m\ Ict'a   the  work
conti ..■ tod foi*.  Fhe chi ■  i -.   r eortil
r d■-, »sh  of  Unsuccessful tenderers will I-lT^
Lia returned to them upon  the execution j |
nf the ci ntract.
renders will not be.considered unlesi
made  out un ihe fojiiis supplied, signed
of yourself ?   If so, I
. I
yon will not delay :
having one   taken '
in time for your
COOK FOR BACHELOR
cr threw «r tour men, (Englishman).
mate bread     Bon M, Record Ofhr ■
presents.. Call and [
inspect the artistic J
rnountsandarrange I
i.>r a sitting at
U'
Rowcliffe. Block
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STRAYED
II    Three-quarter Jersey heifer; brandcdPl
II right hip, tip of left ™. slit.   $*> offered t .   ..J.
anyone reluming hat to W. U. i'enw. Black
Mountain Road. 49tf
FOR SALE
60 acres of first-class land, abnul 2 miles
from Endeiby;   8 acres bearing nrchai
Small hike on property.   Good road,   Ac-
ply   owner, Jns.  ElHsnn,   Etidorbv,  or   I'.
! Fowler, Kelowna. M
"foi-  ■
Bundle nf Leather and ! larness, .JDwnt t
r»>" !imv,' same I" apply ii t at " Record '
Oliii e .iird paying fur thia anvt. x
wiili the actual aisnatura of the .w.w..^.,,.
and enclosed in the envelopes furnJoHed.
acccpte.f}.
j. E. GRIFFITH,   ■ |{ Studio op«*h Thurs., Fd, Sat.,
Public Works Eiifeine-r.! t
I), partmant of Public Worka, ' ° "•"'■ liH 3 P'm'
\'ice<iiia, B.C., November 2nd. 1912. !j
50.2'
;WE ARE BUSY
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Laclj Clerk.   Appl) Ala
THE STORE OFPLENJ^
FOU S \l :
Mre ^ ..nr.fi/ ),-, -■-•.   Co, Dl
E ' calf Ja-.' ;.r\     Miil.ni; ) ■-;     Ap| ly
'   " Record " OlRoe.
1 Ilia in llie piece or nicely i
.slireil byourpatent slicingII
machine.
1 hin or thick by lhe piece,'
27c. and 28c. per II).
Sliced, 30c. per lb.
\> e    also    li we   Swift's
.  mium ; I a higher price
V
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'Phone - 35
SITUATION WANTED
As   Cliorcrnan, b^  hi-.- ly,   s  bel   n .,
U.cH   tn   r.iilk and  lookiog  after liursta
Apply " l^ffcord " Oltite. > I
':   Vl
unpackitrg a large coneign-
tnent of Silverware manufactured in Toronto by
people^wlio know now. We
" ill not wy to describe it in
ink but would ask you to
come in and see for yourself.
New idesa in hew designs,
YvV are more ih i etir* ol
the lusting qualilti s Hid w ;
will replace any ntttclc <u
nny tunc which docs nol
s'.iti ! the teat (whethei pur-
Frowi t.,' t.r n it)
L his iiis  BoinetMhg   lo
thr purchasei'i
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I [W;M. PARKER *C0,^ftals:
Crowley Block ■ Box 316. Bernard Ave.
All rtpatrt absolutely guaranteed
Fowne1
Gloves
,THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Headquarters for the Econi mical Buyer
Penman's
Hosiery
Prepare for the Cool Weather
Here is Warm' BeddkiE
BLA.NICEXS °^ evcry description
'        Hudson Bays in all
colors.    Light and  Dark Grey Wool in
all weights.    White in  all weights and
qualities.
COMFORTERS h™ *e v«y
Ion to the Finest Eiderdown.
SHEETS  Klannelette    •S"eets   hi
■'     ~-  Grey and White.
lair.
and
by the whole or
)• inn, nicely cured
tasty, '.
27c. and 28c-. pet" Hi.
Our [rees ale* vigorous, |
well ivo'.-.I, 1'id irue io |
i . ', ! ivc selectod
our ions end buda from
llie I'eul In iirinn Irecs in
llifa ■. nil iy, from lire or-
rliaril * tlinl grow ill*- pri/.<;
fi ni. thut. got ih» highest
!•: ->■ ■' the Rtenlesl npplc
i ii in llie \v->rld.
\v'e wanl you to know about
our extra <|tmliiyone-year-
olrl trees on Iwo-yenr-old
root,. We hnve bad 25
years' experience 'In lhe !
nursery business and know ]
bow.
Come nnd see our stock.
i'llona" 194 l\0 Boul 2 I
Offlcc Crowley Block
E. ENGLAND;
EUILDER
Decorating & General Housu Repairs \
General House Repairs will bo
speedily attended to and absolute sntiifaction guaranteed.
Call   nt   ofiice   if   in   t'jwn, 'plione   or
writ* if at home.
Okanagan Valley Nursery
KELOWNA, B.C.
J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mmgr.
Weekly     shipments     of
I laddie, Halibut, Kippers.
15c.and 20c. per lb.
Pillows, &c.
Women's Fall and Winter Hosiery
Women's Flcinnelette Wear
Our stock of Ladiet' Wear was never inoic complete.
Underwear in all the fine wool?, both Two Piece and Combinations.     Full line of Fall nnd winter hosiery.
Ladies' Coats, Suits, Evening Gowns, Dresses, Blouses,
in fact anything you ask for.
Canvas   back  Coloynu at
20c. per lb.
[Jrookfield Fresh Form ot
25c. per Ib.
F
urs
Our stock of Furs is very complete and il you wont a
sett come ei.rly nnd get first choice;    We have  some
beaulifu  i (III   I
Mink, Black Mink and Mink Marmot
Come in and inspect our stock.
No  trouble  to  show   goods.
The McKenzie
 -Limited ■
"It in a pleasure to tell you that Cli.ini-
Iietlin'i Co\:rj!i [temedy in llie bent cough
medicine I have ever uaed," wrltel Mrs.
HUB" Campbell, of Lavntiin, Gn. " I hnve
med it with nil iny children and the rc«uls
have been lusMy etuiifact'-.y." PVr t.*.ls
hy all deala.v.
THE
RECORD OFFICE
FOR
JOB PRINTING
A few houri ol SUNSHINE in these cloudy
days MAKES YOU CliLL.KFUL   Sodo«a
National "Nelson"
Steel Range
in any   kitclren make Sunshine ant! Plrnaure
in die Ironic regaidleas uf climatic conditions,
Just What You Want
/
THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED
Phones :      Dry Goods.^314;    Office, 143.
Any size—lo suit your ii.qimeineiitu-and at
a price you are willing lo pay.
Lei us show you lire line.
NATIONAL Sloven and Ranges are Guaranteed
Dalgleish & Harding
KELLER   BLOCK

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